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FORTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 229, 230. 1880. 571 CHAP. 229.-An act for the relief of Clement C. Clay, of Alabama. June 15, 1880. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, two-thirds of each House con- Clcmento. Clay. Ouwtng therein), That the disabilities imposed by the third section of _ _P<>lifi0¤»ldi¤=>»bilthe fourteenth amendment of the Constitution of the United States are '“°“ ’°m°"°d· removed from Clement C. Clay, of Alabama. ‘ Approved, June 15, 1880. CHAP. 230.-An act for the allowance of certain claims reported by the account- June 15, 1880. ing ofncers of the United States Treasury Department. ············—— Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treas- Claims allowed ury be, and he is hereby authorized and required to pay, out of any mon- bg', “h° “,S,i,°}l“““_% eys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the several persons %8g3$?,%0,,ifl“S`uy in this act named, the several sums mentioned herein, the same being Appropriations. in full for, and the receipt of the same to be taken and accepted in each case as a full and final discharge of, the several claims examined and allowed by the proper accounting officers, under the provisions of the act of July fourth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, since January sixth, 1864, en. 240, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, namely: Stat., 13, 381. John Adams, Jefferson County, Ohio, eighty dollars. John Adams. R. J. Anderson, administrator of James Evans, deceased, Jefferson R._.i. Anderson County, Tennessee, one thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars. ”#°lm‘“‘“*"’”“°"· James W. Adkisson, Roane County, Tennessee, one hundred and .ramcsw.A<1ms twentynve dollars. S°g,”‘}d °“Q‘“`”· W. W. Arnold, Bedford County, Tennessee, one hundred and twenty- '""°"'u S' five dollars. d lievi Alban gh, Jefferson County, Ohio, one hundred and twenty-five o ars. - Mary Anderson, executrix of James Anderson, deceased, Guernsey County, Ohio, two hundred and thirty dollars. _ Nelson Applegate, Clermont County, Ohio, one hundred and thirty- five dollars. _ Mary E. Aber, administratix of Christian Homan, deceased, Highland County, Ohio, one hundred dollars. 1 Henry Albin, Pike County, Ohio, one hundred and twenty-five dollars. David P. Armstrong, Franklin County, Tennessee, fourteen dollars. Matthew Adams, Morgan County, Kentucky, seventy-five dollars. Samuel Artz, YVashington County, Maryland, one thousand and forty- five dollars and twcntvfive cents. _ _ Ignatius Abell, Marion County, Kentucky six hundred and ninety- two dollars and fifty cents. William H. Albert, Washington County, Maryland, forty dollars. Anthony L. Beard, Hancock County, Illinois, one hundred dollars. Harris Burlingame, Guernsey County, Ohio, ninety dollars. G. W. Barlow, Jackson County, Ohio, one hundred and ninety dollars. Stephen Burk (in his own right), Hamilton County, Ohio, eighty- eight dollars. _ Stephen Burk, executor of Ulick Burk, deceased, Hamilton County, Ohio, two hundred and fifty-three dollars and fifteen cents. Oliver J. Beard, administrator of William K. Downard, deceased, Jefferson County, Ohio, one hundred and thirty-five dollars, James Bell, Meigs County, Ohio, one hundred and nineteen dollars and twenty-five cents. David N. Bell, Hamilton County, Tennessee, one hundred and twenty- nve dollars. _ William T. Beeler, Washington County, Maryland, eighty-five dollars. A. L. Bolton, Hamilton County, Tennessee, sixty-three dollars. Emanuel Brooks, Jackson County, Ohio, seventy-five dollars.