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Appropriations, 8c.-Continued.

$726, 051 07

Brought forward....
For permanent annuity, in goods or otherwise, por articles of treaty of August 21, 1805,

$250;
For permanent annuity, in goods or otherwise, por third and separate articles of treaty

of September 30, 1809, $350; in all

1, 100 00

MIAMIES OF INDIAXA.

For interest on $221.257.86, uninvested, at five per centum, per Senate amendment to fourth

article of treaty of June 5,41854 ....

11,062 89

MOLELS.

For pay of teachers and for manual-labor schools, and for all necessary materials there.

for, and for the subsistence of the pupils, per fourth article of treaty of December 21, 1855

3,000 00

MIXED SHOSHONES, BANNOCKS, AND SHEEPEATERS.

For such goods, provisions, and other articles as the President may, from time to time,

determine, in instructing in agricultural and mechanical pursuits, in providing em. ployés, educating children, procuriog medicine and medical attendance, care for and support of the aged, sick, and infirm, for the helpless orphans of said Indians, and in any other respect to promote their civilization, comfort, and improvement...

25, 000 00

NAVAJOES.

For clothing and subsisting 11,868 Navajo Indians, $26,000 :
For last of ten installments, to be used by the Commissioner of Indian Affairs in the

purchase of such articles as, from time to time, the condition and necessaries of the
Indians may indicate to be proper, the sum of $10 to each person who engages in farm-
ing or mechanical pursuits, say, 3,000 persons, $30,000;
For ninth of ten installments for pay of two teachers, per sixth article of same treaty.

$2,000 ; in all

58, 000 00

NEZ PERCES.

For last of five installments, last series, for beneficial objects, at the discretion of the

President, per fourth article of treaty of June 11, 1855, $3,000;
For last of twenty installments for the support of two schools, one of which to be an

agricultural and industrial school, keeping in repair school-buildings, and for providing
suitable furniture, books, and stationery, per same article of same treaty, $500 ;
For last of twenty installments for the employment of one superintendent of teaching

and two teachers, per same article and treaty, $2,700;
For last of twenty installments for the employment of one superintendent of farming,

two farmers, two millers, two blacksmiths, one tinner, one gunsmith, one carpenter, and
one wagon and plow maker, per samo article and treaty, 85,000 ;
For last of twenty installments for pay of a physician, per same article and treaty,

$1,000;
For last of twenty installments for keeping in repair the buildings for the various em.

ployés, and for providing the necessary furniture therefor, per same article and treaty,
$300;
For last of twenty installments for the salary of such person as the tribe may select to

be their head chief, per same article and treaty, $500;
For fourteenth of sixteen installments, of second series, for boarding and clothing the

children who shall attend the schools, providing the schools and boarding houses with
necessary furniture, the purchase of necessary wagons, teams, agricultural implements,
tools, and for fencing of such lands as may be needed for gardening and farming pur-
poses for the schools, $2,000;
For salaries of two matrons to take charge of the boarding-schools, two assistant teach-

ers, one farmer, one carpenter, and two millers, $3,500 ;
For last of twenty installments for keeping in repair the hospital, and providing the

Decessary medicine, and the furniture therefor, $300 ;
For repairs of houses, mills, and tools, and necessary materials, $1,000 ; in all

19, 800 00

NORTHERN CHEYENNES AXD ARAPAHOES.

First of ten installments, to be expended by the Secretary of the Interior for each In.

dian engaged in agriculture, and roaming, in the purchase of such articles as, from time to time, the condition and necessities of the Indians may indicate to be proper, as per

sixth article of treaty of May 10, 1868, $35,000 ; For eleventh of thirty installments, for purchase of clothing, as per sixth article of treaty

of May 10. 1868, $12,000 : For pay of physician, teacher, carpenter, miller, farmer, blacksmith and engineer, per sev. enth'article of same treaty. 86,000; in all Carried forward

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53, 000 00 897, 013 96

Appropriations, fc.—Continued.

Brought forward

8897, 013 96

OMAHAS.

For twelfth of fifteen installments of this amount, being third series, in money or other

wise, per fourth article of treaty of March 16, 1854

20, 000 00

OSAGES.

For interest on $69,120, at 5 per centum per annum, being value of fifty-four sections of

land set apart by treaty of Jane 2, 1825, for educational purposes, per Senate resolution of January 9, 1838, $3,456 ; For interest on $300,000, at 5 per centum per annum, to be paid semi-annually, in money

or such articles as the Secretary of the Interior may direct, as per first article of treaty of September 29, 1865, $15,000; in all

18, 456 00

OTOES AND MISSOURIAS,

For twelfth of fifteen installments, being the third series, in money or otherwise, per

fourth article of treaty of March 15, 1854, $9,000;
For support of industrial schools at the Otoe agency, the amount to be reimbursed from

the proceeds of the sales of the lands of said Indians in Nebraska, $6,000; in all.......

15, 000 00

PAWNEES.

For perpetual annuity, at least one-half of which is to be paid in goods and such articles

as may be deemed necessary for them, per second article of treaty of September 24, 1857, $30,000; For support of two manual-labor schools, per third article of same treaty, $10,000; For pay of two farmers, two blacksmiths and two apprentices, one miller and apprentice,

and two teachers (and for one shoemaker and one carpenter, $1,600), $7,000 ;
For pay of physician and purchase of medicines, $1,200 ;
For purchase of iron and steel and other necessaries for the shops, as per fourth article

of treaty of September 24, 1857, $500;
For purchase of farming utensils and stock, per same article and treaty, $1,000;
For repairs of grist and saw mills, $300; in all..

50, 000 00

PONCAS.

For sixth of fifteen installments, last series, to be paid to them or expended for their

benefit, per second article of treaty of March 12, 1858, $8,000;
For this amount, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be ased at the discretion of

the President, to carry on the work of aiding and instructing the Poncas in the arts of
civilization, with a view to their self-support, for clothing, and for pay of employés,
$10,000 ;
For this amount, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, for
subsistence of the Poncas, $35,000; in all.....

53, 000 00

POTTAWATOMIES.

For permanent annuity, in silver, per fourth article of treaty of August 3, 1793, 6357.80;
For permanent annuity, in silver, per third article of treaty of September 30, 1809, $178.90;
For permauent annuity, in silver, per third article of treaty of October 2, 1818, 8894.50;
For permanent annuity, in money, per second article of treaty of September 20, 1828,

$715.60;
For permanent annuity, in specie, per second article of treaty of July 29, 1829, and second

article of treaty of September 20, 1823, 85,721.77;
For permanent provision for payment of money, in lieu of tobacco, iron, and steel, per

second article of treaty of September 20, 1823, and tenth article of treaties of June 5

and 17, 1846, $107.34 ; For permanent provision for three blacksmiths and assistants, and for iron and steel for

shops, per third article of treaty of October 16, 1826, second article of traaty of Suptem.

ber 20, 1828, and second article of treaty of July 29, 1829, $1,008.99; For permanent provision for fifty barrels of salt, per second article of treaty of July 29,

1829, $156.54 ; For interest on $230,064.20, at 5 per centum, in conformity with provisions of article 7 of

treaties of June 5 and 17, 1846, $11,503. 21; in all..

20, 647 65

POTTAWATOMIES OF HURON.

For permanent annuity, in money or otherwise, per second article of treaty of November 17, 1807

400 00

QUAPAWS. For education, during the pleasure of the President, per third article of treaty of Yay 13, 1833, $1,000;

Carried forward

1,074,517 61

Appropriations, fc.—Continued.

Bronght forward...

$1,074, 517 61 For blacksmith and assistants, and tools, iron, and steel for blacksmith-shop, per same article and treaty, $1,060; in all

2,060 00

QUI-NAI-ELTS AND QUIL-LEN-UTES.

For last of five installments, last series, for beneficial objects, under the direction of the

President, per fourth article of treaty of July 1, 1855, 5700 ;
For last of twenty installments, for the support of an agricultural and industrial school,

and for pay of snitable instructors, per tenth article of same treaty, $2,200 ;
For last of twenty installments, for support of smith and carpenter shop, and to provide

the necessary tools therefor, per same article and treaty, $300 :
For last of twenty installments, for the employment of a blacksmith, carpenter, farmer,

and a physician, per same article of samo treaty, $3,000; in all....

6,200 00

SACS AND FOXES OF THE MISSISSIPPI.

For permanent annuity, in goods or otherwise, per third article of treaty of November 3,

1804, $1,000;
For interest on $200,000 at 5 per centum, per second article of treaty of October 21, 1837,

$10,000;
For interest on $800,000 at 5 per centum, per second article of treaty of October 11, 1842,
$40,000: Provided, That the sum of $1,500 of this amount shall be used for the pay of a
physician and for purchase of medicine; in all

Ånd provided, That of the sum appropriated there be expended $1,000 for the support
of the school and a farmer for the Sacs and Foxes of the Mississippi at the agency in
Iowa.

51, 000 00

SACS AND FOXES OF THE MISSOURI.

For interest on $157,400 at 5 per centum, under the direction of the President, per second

article of treaty of October 21, 1837, $7,870;
For support of a school, per fifth article of treaty of March 6, 1861, 8200 ; in all.

8, 070 00

SEMINOLES.

For 5 per centum interest on $250,000, to be paid as annuity, per eighth article of treaty

of August 7, 1856, $12,500;
For 5 per centum interest on $250,000, to be paid as annuity (they having joined their
brethren west), per eighth article of treaty of August 7, 1856, $12,500 ;
For interest on $50,000 at the rate of 5 per centum per

annum, to be paid annually for the
support of schools, as per third article of treaty of March 21, 1866, $2,500 ;
For interest on $20,000 at the rate of 5 per centum per annum, to be paid annually, for the
support of the Seminole government, as per same article of same treaty, $1,000; in all..

28,50) 00

SENECAS.

For permanent annuity, in specie, per fourth article of treaty of September 29, 1817, 3500;
For permanent annuity, in specie, per fourth article of treaty of September 17, 1818. 8500
For permanent annuity for blacksmith and miller, per fourth article of treaty of Febru-

ary 28, 1831, to be annually paid to them as a national fund, to be expended by them for
such articles and wants and improvements in agriculture as their chiefs (with the con.
sent of their agent) may designate, as stipulated in the seventh article of treaty of Feb.

ruary 23, 1867, $1,660 ;
For permanent annuity, in specie, per fourth article of treaty of September 17, 1818, and

fifth article of treaty of February 23, 1867, $500 :
For blacksmith and assistant, shops and tools, iron and steel, per fourth article of treaty

of July 20, 1831, and fifth article of treaty of February 23, 1867, $530; in all

3, 690 00

SENECAS OF NEW YORK.

For permanent annuity, in lieu of interest on stock, per act of February 19, 1831, 86,000;
For interest, in lieu of investment, on $75,000, at 5 per centum, per act of June 27, 1846,

$3,750;
For interest, at 5 per centum, on $43,050, transferred from the Ontario Bank to the United

States Treasury, per act of June 27, 1846, $2,152.50 ; in all.....

11, 902 50

SHAWXEES.

For permanent annuity, for educational purposes, per fourth article of treaty of August

3, 1795, and third article of treaty of May 10, 1854, $1,000 ; For permanent annuity, in specie, for edncational purposes, per fourth article of treaty

of September 29, 1817, and third article of treaty of May 10, 1854, $2,000 ; For interest, at 5 per centum, on $40,000, for educational purposes, per third article of last. named treaty, $2,000; in all

Carried forward ....

5,000 00 1, 190, 940 11

Appropriations, 80.---Continued.

Brought forward......

... $1, 190, 940 11

EASTERN SHAWSEES.

For permanent annuity, in specie, per fourth article of treaty of September 17, 1818, and

fifth article of treaty of February 23, 1867, $500 ; For blacksmith and assistant, shops and tools, iron and steel, per fourth article of treaty

of July 20, 1831, and fifth article of treaty of February 23, 1867, 8530 ; in all..

1,030 00

SHCSHONEF, WESTERN, XORTIIWESTERN, AND GOSIP B.INDS.

Western bands : For sixteenth of twenty installments, to be expended, nnder the direc-
tion of the President, in the purchase of such articles as he may deem suitable to their
wants, either as hunters or herdsmen, per seventh article of treaty of October 1, 1863,
$5,000;
Northwestern bands : For sixteenth of twenty installments, to be expended, under direc-
tion of the President, in the purchase of such articles as he may deem snitable to their

wants, either as hunters or herdsmen, per third article of treaty of July 30, 1863, 85,000 ; Gosbip band : For sixteenth of twenty installments, to be expended, under the direction of the President, in the purchase of such articles, including cattle for herding and other purposes, as he sball deem suitable

to their wants and condition as bunters and herdsmen, per third article of treaty of October 12, 1863, $1,000 ; in all......

11,000 09

SHOBHONES AND BANXOCKS.

Shosbones: For tenth of thirty installments, to purchase snits of clothing for males over

14 years of age, flannel hose, calico, ard domestics for females orer the age of 12 years,
and snch goods as may be needed to make suits for boys and girls under the ages
named, $11,500.
For pinth of ten installments, for the purchase of ench articles as may be considered

proper by the Secretary of the Interior, for Indians roaming and for those engaged in

agriculture, as per ninih article of treaty of July 3. 1868, $20,000.
For pas of physician, teacher, carpenter. miller, crigineer, farmer, and blacksmith, as per

tepth article of treaty of July 3, 1-68. $5,000 ;
For pay of second blacksmith, and such iron and steel and other materials as may be re-
quired, per eighth article of the same treaty. $1,000 ;
Bannocks : For tenth of thirty installments, to purchase suits of clothing for males over

14 years of age, flannel, liose, calico, and domestics for females over 12 years of age,
and such flannel and cotton goods as may be needed to make suits for boys and girls

under the ages pamed. $6,937;
For last of ten installments, for the purchase of such articles as may be considered proper

by the Secretary of the Interior, for persons roamivg and for those engaged in agricul-
ture, $14,000;
For pay of physician, teacher, carpenter, miller, engineer, farmer, and blacksmith, as per
tenth article of treaty of July 3, 1862, $5,000; in all..

63, 437 00

SIX NATIONS OF XENY YORK.

For permanent annuity, in clothing and other useful articles, per sixth article of treaty of November 17, 1794...

4, 500 00

SIOUX OF DIFFERENT TWE?, INCLUDING FANTEE SIOUX OF NEBRASKA. For tenth of thirty installments, to purchase clothing for males over 14 years of age, for flannel, hose, and calico, and domestics required for females over 12 years of age, and for such flannel and cotton goods as may be needed to make suits for boys and girls,

per tenth article of treaty of April 29, 1868, 8130,000 ; For tenth of thirty installments, to purchase such articles as may be considered proper

by the Secretary of the Interior, for persons roaming; and for tenth of thirty install-
ments, to purchase such articles as may be considered proper by the Secretary of the

Interior, for persons engaged in agriculture, $215, 000;
For pay of physician, five teachers, one carpenter, one miller, one engineer, one farmer,

and one blacksmith, per thirteenth article of same treaty, $10,400;
For pay of additional employés at the several agencies for the Sioux in Nebraska and
he Dakota, $25,000 ;
For industrial schools at the Santee Sioux and Crow Creek agencies, $3,000 each, 36 000 ;
For subsistence of the Sioux and for purposes of their civilization, as per agreement rati-

fied by act of Congress approred February 28. 1877, including the cost of transporting supplies for the Red Cloud and Spotted Tail Sioux Indians from the Missouri River

and sidney, Nebr., or Cheyenne, Wyo., $1,095,000 ; Pay of matron at Santee agency, $500 ; Pay of second blacksmith, and furnishing iron, steel, and other material, per eighth arti

cle of same treaty, $2,000 ; in all... 8 IOUX, SISSETON, AND WAHPZTON, AND SANTEE SIOUX OF LAKE TRAVERSE AND DEVIL'S LAKE. For seventh of ten insta'lments of the sum of $300,000, named in a certain agreement confirmed by act approve1 June 22, 1874, made by the commissioners appointed by the Sec

Carried forward.......

1, 483, 900 00

9754,807 11

Appropriations, fc.—Continued.

Brought forward

$2,751,837 11 retary of the Interior, under the provisions of the act of June 7, 1872, with the Sisseton and Wahpeton bands of Sious Indians, for the relinquishment by sul Indians of their claim to, or interest in, the lanıls described in th 14+009 l article of the treaty in i lo wit's them February 19, 1867, the saine to be expendel, un or the lirsution of the President, for the benefit of said Indians, in the manner prescribed in said treaty of 1867 as amended by the Senate, said amendment as amended having been ratified by the Indi. ans, as provided by act of February 11, 1873..

80, ( 00 00

SIOUX, YANKTON TRIBE.

For first of ten installments, third series, to be paid to them or expended for their benefit,

per fourth article of treaty of April 19, 1858, 825,000; For subsistence and civilization of two thousand Yaukton Sioux, heretofore provided for

in appropriations under "Faltilling treaty with Sioux of (litforent tribes ", $60,000: in all.

85,0) 00

SNAKE, WAL-PAIIPEE TRIBE.

For eighth of ten installments, to be expenderl under the direction of the Presiilent, as

per seventh article of treaty of August 12, 1865..

1, 200 00

S'KLALLAMS.

For last of twenty installments, laut series, to be applied to the use and benefit of said

Indians, under the direction of the President, por titih article of treaty of January 26, 1855, $1,600; For last of twenty installments, for the support of an agricultural and industrial school.

and for pay for suitable teachers, per eleventh article of same trenty, $2,500 ; For last of twenty installments. for the employment of a blacksmith, carpenter, farmer,

and a physician, per same article and treaty, $1,600; For support of a smith and carpenter shop, and to provide the necessary tools therefor,

per same article and treaty, $500; in all

8.00 0)

UTAHS, TABEQUACHE BAXD.

For pay of blacksmith, as per tenth article of treaty of October 7, 1803..

12) 00

TABEQUACHE, MUACHE, CAPOTE, WEEMINUCHE, YAMPA, GRAND RIVER, AND UINTAH BANDS

OF UTES.

For pay of two carpenters, two millers, two farmers, and one blacksmith, as per fifteenth

article of treaty of March 2, 1860, $6,000;
For pay of two teachers, as per same article of same treaty, $1.800 ;
For purchase of iron and

steel, and the necessary tools for blacksmith-shop, por ninth
article of same treaty, $220;
For eleventh of thirty installments, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary

of the Interior, for clothing, blankets, and such other articles as he may deem proper and necessary, under eloventh article of same treaty, $30,000 ; For annual amount, for the purchase of beef, mutton, wheat, flour, beans, and potatoes, as

per twelfth article of samo treaty, $35,000 ; For pay of employés at the several Ute agencies, $5,000; in all..

78, 020 00

WALLA-WALLA, CAYUSE, AND UMATILLA TRIBES.

For last of twenty installments, being the last series, to be expendel under the direction

of the President, per second article of treaty of June 9, 1855, $2,000; For last of twenty installments, for the purchase of all necessary mill fixtures and me.

chanical tools, medicine and hospital stores, books and stationery for schools, repairs of school building and furniture for employés, per fourth article of treaty of June 9, 1-55,

$2,000 : For last of twenty installments, for the pay and subsistence of ono superintendent of

farming, one farmer, two millers, one blacksmith, one wagon and plow maker, one car. penter and joiuer, one physician, and two teachers, per fourth article of same treaty. $9,000;

last of twenty installments, for the pay of each of the head chiefs of the Walla. Walla, Cayuse, and Umatilla bands, the sum of $500 per annum, per fifth article of same treaty, $1,500; in all..

11,300 00

WINNEBAGOES.

For interest on $804.909.17, at 5 per cent. per annum, per fourth article of treaty of No

vember 1, 1837, and joint resolution of July 17, 1862, and the Secretary of the Interior is
hereby directed to expend said interest for the support, education, and civilization of
said Indians, $10,245.4);
For interest on $78,340.41, at 5 per cent. per annum, to be expended, under the direction of

Carried forward..

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