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Appropriations, fc.-Continued.

Brought forward.

$3,022, 417 11 the Secretary of the Interior, for the erection of houses, improvement of their allotments of land, purchase of stock, agricultural implements, seeds, and other beneficial objects, $3,917.02; in all.....

44,162 47

YAKAMAS.

19, 600 00

75, 000 00

5,000 00

For last of twenty installments, last series, for beneficial objects, to be expended under

the direction of the President, per fourth article of treaty of June 9, 1855, $4,000 ; For last of twenty installments, for the support of two schools, one of which is to be an

agricultural and industrial school, keeping in repair school buildings, and for providing

suitable furniture, books, and stationery, per fifth article of same treaty, $500 For last of twenty installments, for the employment of one superintendent of teaching

and two teachers, per same article of same treaty, $2,300; For last of twenty installments, for the employment of one'superintendent of farming and

two farmers, two millers, two blacksmiths, one tinner, one gunsmith, one carpenter, and

one wagon and plow maker, per same article of same treaty, $9,500 ;
For last twenty installments, for keeping in repair saw and touring mills, and for furnish.

ing the necessary tools and fixtures, per same article and treaty, $500 ;
For last of twenty installments, for keeping in repair the hospital, and providing the nec-

essary medicine and fixtures therefor, per fifth article of same treaty, 6300 ;
For last of twenty installments, for keeping in repair blacksmith, tinsmith, gunsmith, car-

ponter, and wagon and plow maker shops, and providing necessary tools therefor, per

same article and treaty, $500; For last of twenty installments, for the pay of a physician, per same article and treaty,

$1,200; For last of twenty installments, for keeping in repair the buildings required for the various

employés, 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 said confederated

tribes and bands of Indians may select to be their head chief, per same article and treaty, 8500; in all......

REMOVAL, SETTLEMENT, SUBSISTENCE, AND SUPPORT OF INDIANS. For support of industrial schools and for other educational purposes for the Indian tribes Support of Chippewas on White Earth reservation : For this amount, or so much thereof

as may be necessary, to be expended, under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, in the care and support of the Otter Tail, Pillager, Pembina, and Mississippi Chippewa Indians, on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota, and to assist them in their agri.

cultural operations Settlement, subsistence, and support of Shosbones and Bannocks and other bands in Idaho

and Southeastern Oregon: For this amount, to be expended by the direction of the Pres. ident in assisting the roving bands of Indians in Southeastern Idaho to move and locate on the Fort Hall Reservation in Idaho Territory, and to assist them in educational and agricultural pursuits on said reservation For this amount, to be expended by direction of the President in assisting the roving

bands of Indians in Southeastern Oregon to move and locate on some proper reservation

in Oregon and to assist them in agricultural pursuits thereon... Support of Indians at Fort Peck Agency: For this amount, to be expended in such goods,

provisions, and other useful articles as the President may, from time to time, determine, in instructing in agricultural and mechanical pursuits. in providing employés, educating children, procuring medicine and medical attendance, care for and support of the aged, sick, and infirm, for the helpless orphans of said Indians, and in any respect to promote

their civilization, comfort, and improvement. Subsistence and civilization of Arickarees, Gros Ventres, and Mandans: For this amount,

to be expended in such goods, provisious, and other articles as the President may, from time to time, determine, in instructing in agricultural and mechanical pursuits, in providing employés, educating children, procuring 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 Collecting and subsisting A paches and other Indians of Arizona and New Mexico: For

this amount, to subsist and properly care for the Apache and other Indians in Arizona and New Mexico who have been or may be collected on reservations in New Mexico or Arizona.....

And the President of the United States is hereby directed to prohibit the removal of any portion of said tribes of Indians to the Indian Territory unless the same shall be

hereafter authorized by act of Congress. For subsistence and civilization of the Arapahoes. Cheyennes, Apaches, Kiowas, Coman.

ches, and Wichitas who have been collected upon the roservations set apart for their
use and occupation
For support and civilization of the Indians collected on the Malhonr Reservation, Oregon,

including pay of employés
For education and civilization of the Indians within the limits of the late Central Saper.

intendency, including clothing, food, and lodying for the children attending school.
For support and civilization of the Kansas Indians, including agricultural assistance and

pay of employés
For support and civilization of the Modoc Indians now rosiding within the Indian Terri-

25,000

5,000 00

75, 000 00

60, 000 00

320, 000 00

200, 000 00 20. 000 00

20, 000 00

tory
For the support of the Tonkawa Indians at Fort Griffin, Tex.
For subsistence and civilization of the Gros Ventres in Montana
Payment to Flatheads removed to Jocko Reservation, Montana: For seventh of ten install.

Carried forward......

10, 000 00 7, 000 00

25, 000 00

,028, 009 58

Appropriations, fc.-Continued.

Brought forward ..

$4, 028, 009 58 ments of $50,000, to be expended under the direction of the President, for the Flathead Indians removed from Bitter Root Valley to the Jocko Reservation in the Territory of Montana...

5, 000 00 For sapport and civilization of the Wichitas and affiliated bands, including pay of em. ployés

24, 000 00 For support and civilization of Chippewas of Red Lake and Pembina tribe of Chippewas and for pay of employés

20, 000 00 For support and civilization of Joseph's band of Nez Percé Indians in the Indian Terri. tory

15, 000 00 Transportation of Indian supplies: For this amount, for necessary expenses of transpor

tation of such goods, provisions, and other articles, for the various tribes of Indians provided for by this act

225, 000 00

GENERAL INCIDENTAL EXPENSES OF THE INDIAN SERVICE.

40, 000 00

35, 000 00

4,000 00 12, 000 00

5, 000 00 6,000 00

Incidental expenses of Indian service in Arizona : For general incidental expenses of the

Indian service, support and civilization of Indians at the Colorado River, Pima and

Maricopa, and Moquis Pueblo Agencies, and pay of employés at same agencies..... Incidental expenses of Indian service in California : For general incidental expenses of the

Indian service, support and civilization of Indians at the Round Valley, Hoopa Valley,

Tule River, and Mission Agencies, and pay of employós at same agencies
Incidental expenses of Indian service in Colorado: For general incidental expenses of the

Indian service and pay of employés
Incidental expenses of Indian service in Dakota : For general incidental expenses of the

Indian service and pay of employés at eight agencies for the Sioux.
Incidental expenses of Indian service in Idaho: For general incidental expenses of the

Indian service and pay of enployés at Lemhi Agency, and additional employés at Fort
Hall, Idaho
Incidental expenses of Indian service in Montana: For general incidental expenses of

the Indian service, including pay of employés..
Incidental expenses of Indian service in Nevada: For general incidental expenses of the

Indian service, support and civilization of Indians located on the Pi-Ute, Walker River,
Western Shoshone, and Pyramid Lake Reservations, and pay of employés, same agen-
cies....
Incidental expenses of Indian service in New Mexico: For general incidental expenses

of the Indian service, support and civilization of Indians at Pueblo and Mescalero Agen

cies, and pay of employés at same agencies
Incidental expenses of Indian service in Oregon: For general incidental expenses of the

Indian service, support and civilization of Indians at Grand Ronde and Siletz Agencies,

and pay of employés at the same agencies...
Incidental expenses of Indian service in Utah: For general incidental expenses of the

Indian service, support and civilization of Indians at Uintah Valley Agency, and pay of
employés at said agency.....
Incidental expenses of Indian service in Washington : For general incidental expenses
of the Indian service at soven agencies and pay of employés and the support and civili.

zation of Indians at Colville and Nisqually Agencies
Incidental expenses of Indian service in Wyoming : For general incidental expenses of
the Indian service and pay of employés....

MISCELLANEOUS.

15, 000 00

20, 000 00

25, 000 00

12, 000 00

20, 000 00 2, 000 00

25, 000 00

1, 000 00

15, 000 00

60, 000 00

Telegraphing and parchase of Indian supplies : To contract for the Indian service, in.

cluding advertising at rates not exceeding regular commercial rates, inspection, and all

other expenses connected therewith, including telegraphing.
Salary of Ouray, head chief of the Ute Nation : For sixth installment of annuity, to be

paid to Ouray so long as he shall be chief of the Ute Indians.
Expenses of Indian Commissioners. For the expenses of the commission of citizens serv.

ing without compensation, appointed by the President under the provisions of the

fourth section of the act of April 10, 1809.. Pay of Indian police : For the services of not exceeding eight hundred privates at $5 per

month each, and not exceeding one hundred officers at so per month each, of Indian po. lice, and for equipments, to be employed in maintaining order and prohibiting illegal trattic in liquor on the several Indian reservations...

Provided, That Indians employed at agencies in any capacity shall not be construed as part of agency employés pamod in section 5 of the act making appropriations for the Indian service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1876, approved March 3, 1875.

INTEREST ON TRUST-FUND STOCKS.
Payment of interest on certain abstracted and non-paying State stocks, belonging to the

various Indian tribes, and held in trust by the Secretary of the Interior, for the fiscal
year ending June 30, 1880, viz:
For trust-fund interest due Cherokee national fund, $26,060;
For trust-fund interest due Cherokee school fund, $2,410 ;
For trust-fund interest due Chickasaw national fund, $19,820;
For trust fund interest due Choctaw general fund, 827,000;
For trust-fund interest due Creek orphans, $4,018;
For trnst-fund interest due Delaware general fund, $8,930 ;
For trust-fund interest due Iowas, 83,520 :
For trust-fund interest due Kaskaskias, Peorias, Weas, and Piankeshaws, 84,801 ;

Carried forward.....

4, 614, 009 58

Appropriations, fc.—Continued.

Brought forward

$4, 614,00 3 For trust-fund interest due Kaskaskia, Wea, Peoria, and Piankoshaw school-fund, $1,449; For trust-fund interest due Menomonees, $950 ; For trust-fund interest due Ottawas and Chippewas, $230; For expenses in connection with the Indian trust-fund, for the year ending June 30, 1880, $300; in all..

99.518 00 Total

4,713, 327 56

By the act making appropriations for the payment of the arrears of pensions granted by act of Congresi

approved January 25, 1879, and for other purposes. For the arrears of pensions due on claims in which the pensions were allowed prior to January 25, 1879...

$25,000,000 € The amounts paid out respectively for Army and Navy pensions to be accounted for separately to the proper accounting officers of the Treasury Department. For pensions for Army and Navy invalids, widows, minors and dependent relatives, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1879.

1, 800,000 00 In addition to the amounts heretofore appropriated for those purposes, the amounts paid out on account of Army and Navy pensions respectively to be accounted for sepa

rately to the proper accounting officers of the Treasury Department. For temporary clerks in the Pension Office and for furniture, rent of additional rooms, and other contingencies...

52,200 国 In addition to the appropriations which have been or shall be made under other acts, the same to be available until June 30, 1880: Provided, That no more than $3,500 shall be used for furniture, contingencies, and rent. The pension agents shall receive for their services and expenses in paying the arrears upon

pensions allowed previous to January 25, 1879, including postage on the vouchers and checks sent to the pensioner, thirty cents for each payment; and the sum of $15,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated for the payment of the same. 15, 000 00 Total

20, 867, 900 00

By the act to provide for taking the tenth and subsequent censuses.
The sum of $3,000,000 is hereby fixed and limited as the maximum cost of the census

herein provided for, exclusive of printing and engraving, and it shall not be lawful for
the Secretary of the Interior or the Superintendent of Census to incur any expense or
obligation whatever, in respect to said census, in excess of that sum. And the sum of
$250,000, for printing and other preliminary expenses, is hereby appropriated, which sum
shali form part of the three millions fixed as the cost of the census....

250,000 00 By the act making appropriations for the payment of claims reported allowed by the Commissioners of Claims under the act of Congress of March 3, 1871, and acts amendatory thereof.

OF THE STATE OF ALABAMA.

$100 W 211 00

To Mila Adams..
To William Barclay
To David R. Bellemy, administrator of John C. Tinney, deceased, for the use and benefit

of Lucy Ann Bellemy, Ambrose, Andrew, Franklin, Lewis, and Martha Jane Tinney..
To Martha A. Bennett, widow of Moses H. Bennett.
To P. T. F. Black...
To John B. Boggs..
To John B. Boggs and Mary A. Houston
To Reuben Bouldin
To Robert Brandon..
To George Brooks
To Cornelius Burkhead.
To Sandy Bynum
To Ephraim Cagle
To Thomas Carroll
To David H. Carter.
To David Cocks..
To Warren Crabtree.
To Elizabeth Davidson
To Joseph H. Davis, jr
To Rebecca E. Dorsey
To John N. Dupree
To Nancy K. Elkins
To William G. Elkins
To Richard Ellis.
To Templeton E. Ellis..
To Thomas Espey
To Julia A. Fuller, administratrix of C. C. Brooks, deceased, for the use and benefit of
Augusta D. Hoy
To William Gautney.
To Thomas F. Gordon
To John Guttery
To Nancy J. Hewitt
To Lewis Hobart
To Mary E. Holder, administratix of John Holder, deceased.

Carried forward

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249 00

74 00 100 00 3,690 00 4, 614 00

83 00 490 00 957 00 310 00 110 00 110 W

115 00 4, 25 00

875 00 116 00 243 00 150 00 701 00 310 50

25000 164 00

110 00

125 00 18! 00 27 00 400 00

95 00 S 00 560 00

20,890 50

$20, 890 50

176 50 295 00

85 40 285 00 769 60 150 0 102 00

870 00 1, 225 00

120 00 175 00 495 00

75 00 815 00 150 00 125 00 44 00 70 62 150 00 165 00 450 00 300 00

Appropriations, fc.-Continued.
Brought forward..
To Elizabeth Jane Hollis
To Hartwell Huskey
To John Hutton
To William Jackson
To Benjamin E. Johnson and Virginia R. Williams, heirs of William Johnson, deceased..
To John B. Johnson
To Nancy Jones
To George Jordan
To Drury Fair and Sally Ann Jones
To Stephen D. Kennamer
To Barbara Krastel..
To John Langford
To Burwell Lewis
To James Long, administrator of Alfred Long, deceased.
To Margaret Lyons
To Joseph L. McAllister.
To Andrew McCullars..
To Margaret Mapp
To Wiley J. Miller
To David W. Nelson.
To Elisha Nelson
To Mary Nicholson
To Robert Otis, administrator de bonis non of Roger A. Hiern, deceased, for the use and

benefit of Emma Eliza Hiern and Charles Hiern
To William Perkins
To George W. Phillips.
To Louisa Pinson
To Lucynthia Reid
To William Rives
To John M. Roden.
To William B. Roden
To Thomas G. Rucker, administrator of William A. Austin, deceased.
To Redden A. Sharp
To James Smith
To John T. Smith
To Margaret E. Smith
To Archer A. Sneed, administrator de bonis non of John Brown, deceased.
To John Snodgrass, sr.....
To Elizabeth Spangler, daughter of Gideon Spangler, deceased.
To Thomas Spencer
To Lemuel D. Stallings
To Nicholas Stevens
To Mary Strong, widow of, and to Charles Edward, Gilbert, and Washington Strong,
children of Samuel S. Strong, deceased
To Abisha Styron..
To William Tallent.
To Joseph Terry
To Benjamin Thompson
To Sarah J. Tomkins, widow of Marion Tomkins.
To Hartwell Vaughn, sr...
To James M. Wallace
To Edgar A. C. Watkins
To Alexander P. Webb
To Jacob Whitehead
To Howel Williams
To Littleton P. Williams
To Sally Williams
To Erasmus W. Windham..
To Jerry Winn, administrator of Jack Winn, deceased.
To William H. Wroten
To James K. P. Wright, administrator of Lovina

Wright, deceased, for the

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6, 666 00

120 00 135 00

50 00 175 00 150 00 520 00 210 00 325 00 575 00 210 00 110 00 310 00

630 00 1, 729 80

75 00 232 50 150 00 530 00

335 00 215 00 973 00 120 00 125 00 230 00 154 00 220 00 225 00 172 00 285 00 140 00 300 00

60 00 140 00 200 00 180 00

use and bene.
fit of Parrola Lature, Eliza E. Dishroom, Sarah E. Berry, Margaret Ann Shelton, James
KP. Wright, and Martha T. and Sarah E. Dishroom, daughters of Mary J. Dishroom,
deceased.....
To Sarah Yocum

OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS.
To Thomas J. Atwood
To Andrew W. Austin.
To Quinton B. Beaseley.
To Nancy Blackman.
To Liudsey 0. Breeden
To J. D. Carlile...
To Marina Carver.
To Daniel Chitwood
To Ned Cochran .
To Mitchell Collins
To John J. Crawford, administrator of Cunningham A. Crawford, deceased.
To Reuben T. Dye
To Jesse L. Fletcher.
To Margaret C. Gess (now Fish)
To Thomas W. Gill...

Carried forward....

430 29 150 00

672 00 440 00 279 0 140 00 230 00 100 00 877 60 140 00 125 00

108 00 3, 000 00 1, 730 00

514 00 225 00 510 00

54, 651 81

Appropriations, fc.-Continued.

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$54, 651 81

4,555 00

165 00

1, 450 00

125 00 430 00 373 00

1, 211 12

533 00 435 00

74 15 268 00 175 50

Brought forward
To John H. Herman
To John Hunt....
To Thomas Jefferson
To Edward Johnson, guardian of Francis and Catharine Rogers, heirs of Mary Rogers,

deceased
To Hugh Johnson
"To Nancy

J. Langley
To Noah Ledford
To Jane Lewis
To Sue J. McGavock, daughter of John H. McGavock
To Andrew J. McLarin
To John McVey
To William L. Manes.
To Matthew L. Marrs.
To Elizabeth A. Martin.
To Benjamin F. Mills
To Solomon Miller, administrator of Felix Mitchell, deceased, for the use and benefit of

Ashley and John A. Mitchell, heirs of Felix Mitchell, deceased..
To Lewis B. Moore.
To J. W. M. Murphy
To George W. Nicholds.
"To Laura E. O'Connor..
To Lavina Pounds.
To William S. Privett
To Armistead Scott
To Barnhard Scheppe
To Charles G. Scott, administrator of John Drennen, deceased, for the use and benefit of

Charles H. and William N. Drennen
To John Storms ...
"To James H. Tayler
To Ale Todd
To Thomas J. Tucker
To William E. Vines
To Caselton Ward
To Francis M. Ward
To Joseph Ward
To John Wear
To Andrew J. Webb
To Allen C. Williams.

745 00 330 00 200 00 137 -0 999 00 673 00

75 00 1 100 00 330 0

900 W 270 00 395 10 53000 205 00

564 00 661 00

124 ( 300 00 435 00

OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA.

496 00 125 00 200 00

To James R. Lee....
To Jane Pepino, widow of George Pepino..
To Christian Petry
To the legal representatives of Emily Southwick, deceased, late of Saint John's County,

Florida
To Susan Waters
To Travis Waters..

OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA.

1,000 00

650 00 150 00

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To John Addington
To Samuel Aikin
"To Nedorn L. Angier
"To Nicholas H. Bacon
To John Baggs....
To Alexander Baker
To Nathaniel Baxter
To Richard Beal
To Mary Bean,
To Fannie Bence
To Freeman Bennett
To Henry K. Bennett.
To Albert Berrien
To John Berryhill.
To Abram D. Binion
To Thomas Bird, er..
To Alexander Bishop
To Isaiah C. Brand
To Francis Brown
To Cornelius Burns
To Joseph Byers
To N. J. Booz, administrator of Joseph Campbell, deceased, for the use and benefit of

heirs of John Campbell, the heirs of Peggy Ann Orr, and the heirs of Josiah Campbell.
To George W. Cash
To Benjamin Conley, administrator of Morris J. Conley, deceased, for himself and Mary

Conley
To George H. Cook
To Richard Daniell.
To John L. Davis
To Reuben Davis
To Sydney Defoor, guardian for heir of John Thompson, deceased

Carried forward.

89 135 00 2,000 00

601 00 123 09 395 00 635 00 241 00 100 00 38 00 150 00 4:20 00 620 00 139 00

320 00 3, 400 00

582 00 157 50

77 00 193 00

630 00 681 35

5. 18 00

584 25

99 10 100 00 100 00

95, 945 6

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