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Appropriations, fc.—Continued.

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Brought forward
To John W. Clubb....
To Henry Cole.
To John A. Compton
To William Cooksey..
To Adam Cooper -
To Milton Copeland
To Silas Corbin
To Endymion D. Cornick.
To John H. Crim.
To Lewis A. Crump
To George A. Degge....
To Lewis W. Derry.
To John W. Devers ....
To Annie E. Dixon....
To John M. Dogans..
To James M. Downey
To Margaret Eastman, administratrix of the estate of Hiram Eastman, deceased.
To Martin Ellis.....
To Primus Everett...
To John Everhart
To John Everhart
To William Fahnestock
To Letitia Faulk....
To Uriah Ferguson
To James W. Fields
To Frederick Foote.
To Alfred Fox.
To John D. Fry
To Timothy Funk.
To Josiah Galpin.
To David J. Garber.
To James B. Garrison..
To John L. Garrison..
To Abraham Geil...
To Reuben Gilliam .....
To Curtis B. Graham
To Michael Graham..
To Fielding Green.....
To Israel Green..
To Lexington Green
To William E. Green....
To John Gregg
To Mary Elizabeth and Sarah Ann Gregg
To Henry M. Hardy
To Christian Hartman
To Thomas J. Hartman.
To John Hedrick
To James Hetlen
To Ann E. Hickman....
To Thomas Hines
To Abraham Hisey
To Elijah Hodgson
To Philip Hollar
To Samuel Hottel
To Maria Howard
To Samuel D. Humbert
To John Hunt..
To Elijah W. Hylton..
To James W. Irwin.
To Savery Iverson.
To William James.
To Robert L. Jeffries.
To Jonathan Jenkins
To Charles E. Johnson
To Henry Johnson......
To Mildred H. Johnson..
To Richard Joboson
To Owen Jones.
To Sylvester Kelly
To Thomas J. Kemper
To David Keys...
To Moses Lackey..
To Thomas Latham
T. James W. Lawson, executor of the estate of James Lawson, deceased, for the loyal heirs..
To James W. Lawson......
To William Liggett...
To James Lightfoot.
To William Littrell
To John S. Lucas..

Carried forward

40 00 230 00

441 80 1, 802 00

85 54 1, 074 00

116 00 3, 222 00

268 00 310 00

75 00 203 00

95 50 2, 270 00 200 00 168 40 103 00 552 25 335 00 100 00

100 00 1, 263 00 307 20

77 00 51 00 298 00

701 00 2, 600 00 2, 065 00

225 00 265 00 102 00

90 00 150 00 100 00 508 00 621 CO 110 00 680 00 105 00 495 00 238 00 179 00 705 50 125 00 500 00 250 25 500 00 160 00 235 00 306 00 100 00 303 00 250 00 422 72 125 00 825 00 235 00 570 00 100 00 540 00 125 00 943 00

297 90 1,035 00

215 00 451 00 210 29 225 00 127 00 371 25

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669, 762 93 714, 476 62

Appropriations, fc.-Continued.

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Brought forward...
To William Lutz
To Henry A. Mann..
To Mary A Mark, executrix of the estate of William E. N. Mark, deceased.
To William R. Marks
To William Miles..
To Squire Millard.
To Benjamin Miller
To Isaac Milstead.
To Cornelia M., Elizabeth M., and Mary J. Minor
To Benjamin E. Mitchell
To John Money.
To Silas Munch
To David Myers.
To Alexander O'Brybim
To Julius Oliver..
To Albert Orcutt
To John Orriek
To Thomas S. Page
To Joseph Painter, sr..
To James Payne...
To John A. Payne
To Spottswood S. Payne.
To Harvey J. Peck.
To Isaac Petty, jr
To Elias Peyton..
To John Phillips...
To Mathia Piekering
To Samuel L. Pidgeon..
To Eli Pierpoint...
To Peter Pinner
To Isaac Pleasants.
To William Powell
To John P. Randolph
To James R. Ransom
To Elon G. and Nancy Read, heirs of Caleb Read, deceased
To Statia V. Reid, administratrix of the estate of William S. Reid, deceased.
To William Riley.
To Joseph Rivers.
To Priscilla D. Roby.
To Alfred W. Rowell
To Joseph Ruse
To John R. Ryley
To Agnes Sampson, administratrix of the estate of Lewis Sampson, deceased.
To Joel Sanger
To Harold S. Scott..
To Joseph Segar..
To Rebecca Sexsmith.
To Samuel Shank
To William D. Shaw.
To Basil W. Shoemaker.
To Isaac Silver ........
To Charles H. Slow.
To Thomas Slow
To Annie Smith and Bettie Turner..
To Bennett H. Smith
To Job Smith .....
To Thomas Smoot and Joseph T. Janney
To Edward Steers
To David C. Steiner..
To Ralph Stover, executor of the estate of Charles Stover, deceased.
To Benjamin Strickler
To John Sutherland
To Henry Sykes...
To Isaac Sykes.
To Richard Sykes
To Charles Thatcher.
To Jacob Thomas, administrator of the estate of Daniel Thomas, deceased
To Sylvester Thompson.
To the adıninistrator of the estate of John C. Underwood, deceased.
To Mary J. Urquhart
To Philip Vinsel
To Maria Von Patten
To Elizabeth A. Von Pelt, administratrix of the estate of Abram Von Pelt.
To John H. Waggaman
To Charles A. Ware and William B. Lacy.
To Gideon Warne .....
To Charles H. Warren
To Henry Washington..
To John F. Waters

Carried forward ..

$669, 762 93

1,357 50 150 00 905 00 517 00

122 00 1, 270 00 168 00

360 14 1, 275 00

74 00 50 00 41 58 615 00 385 00 150 00 602 00

130 00 2,500 00

175 00 1, 650 00 380 75 140 00 123 00 100 00 125 00 563 00 149 00 941 45 185 00

20 00 180 00 180 00 510 22 300 00 285 00

69 80 200 00 110 00 198 00 266 00 281 00 140 00

80 00 200 00

100 00 9,592 00 1, 125 00 436 50 75 00

77 75 1, 065 00

300 00 160 00 388 00 240 00 170 00 375 00 705 00

475 00 3,563 00

100 00 171 75 105 00 303 00 514 50 315 00 150 00 250 00 375 00 114 75 712 50 600 00 320 00 726 00 775 00 504 00 400 00

115 00 1,090 50

Appropriations, fc.-Continued.

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$714, 476 62

120 00 2,789 00

400 00 140 00 695 00 140 00 580 00 665 50 270 00 120 00 240 00

97 50 225 00

Brought forward.
To Sawyer Watkins
To Elizabeth Weaver.
To Margaret L. Weaver.
To Fontaine M. Wells.
To Benjamin Wenger.
To Jacob Wenger
To John B. Wenger.
To Cornelius White
To William H. White
To Lovenia Wills...
To Philip Wiltshire
To Henry L. Wince.
To Daniel Young

OF THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA.
To John H. Atkinson....
To Elwood B. Hamilton
To Edward W. Miller, Abraham Martin, and Edward C. Pechin, executors, and Margaret

Pechin, administratrix, of the estate of John C. Pechin..
To James S. Pitzer..
To John J. Ramsburg.
To David Thompson..

SEC. 2. That the cases of Joseph Garland, Moses Maples, William B. Worsham, John Campbell, administrator of the estate of Stephen S. Springer, deceased, James C. Freeman, Joseph Bontura, Anthony R. Frazer, Caroline Heater, and Gilbert Vanderwerken be, and they are hereby, referred to the commissioners of claims for re-examination and report, and the said commissioners of claims are hereby authorized to re-open, examine, and consider the said cases, and to make report thereon to Congress; and it shall hereafter be the duty of the commissioners of claims, who concur in making any report, to sign the name ; and if either of said commissioners dissents from the report, such dissent, with the reasons therefor, shall also accompany it.

Total.....

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By the act to provide for the relief of persons suffering from the ravages of grasshoppers. That the President of the United States be, and he hereby is, authorized to direct the issue,

through the proper officers of the Army, temporarily, of supplies of food and disused Army clothing sufficient to prevent starvation and suffering and extreme want to any and all destitute and helpless persons living on the western frontier, who have been rendered so destitute and belpless by ravages of grasshoppers during the summer last past, and to report to Congress such issue of food and clothing. And the sum of $150,000, or as much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated to carry out the provisions of this act...

Sec. 2. That this act shall expire on the 1st day of September, 1875.

$150, 000 00

By the act in regard to the visit of His Majesty the King of the Hawaiian Islands.
That the sum of $25,000 be, and the same is hereby, appropriated, to be paid to defray the

expenses attending the visit of his Majesty the King of the Hawaiian Islands, and suite, in
the United States; the same, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be expended
under the direction of the Secretary of State, and on vouchers to be filed in the Treasury
Department, and a statement thereof to be reported to Congress by the Secretary of State..

25, 000 00

By the act to make an appropriation to the contingent fund of the House of Representatives. That there be appropriated the sum of $20,000; the same to be added to the contingent fund of the House of Representatives.

20, 000 00

By the act for the protection of the United States custom-house in the city of Louisville, Ken

tucky. That the Secretary of the Treasury is bereby empowered and directed to purchase from the

owner or owners thereof, at a price not to exceed $12,500, all that certain piece of ground in the city of Louisville, county of Jefferson, and State of Kentucky, situate west of and adjoining the United States custom-house, fronting 25 feet on Green street, and extending back 150 feet, parallel with and the same depth as the custom-house property; and for that purpose the sum of $12,500, or so much thereof as shall be necessary, is hereby appropriated : Provided, however, That no part of the money hereby appropriated shall be paid or expended until a clear, perfect, and absolute title in fee-simple to the ground shall have been secured and conveyed to the United States by a good and sufficient deed of general war. ranty

12, 500 00

By the act to authorize the purchase of a site for a public building at Topeka, Kansas. That the Secretary of the Treasury be authorized and directed to purchase at private sale, or

procure by condemnation, a suitable tract of ground in the city of Topeka, Kansas, as a site for a fire-proof building for the accommodation of the United States district and circuit courts, post-office, pension-agency, land-office, and other Government offices in said city ; said tract of land not to exceed in cost the sum of $10,000, which sum is hereby appropri. ated. The same shall not be available until a valid title to the land shall be vested in the United States, nor until the State of Kansas shall relinquish its jurisdiction over the same, and all right to tax or assess the same while owned by the United States..

10,000 00

By the act providing for the payment of certain employés of the House of Representatives.

That the following sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be appropriated,
namely:
To enable the Clerk of the House of Representatives to pay fourteen disabled soldiers in the

service of the House from December 7, 1874, to April 1, 1875
For the pay of five pages, from December 7, 1874, to April 1, 1875
For the pay of seven folders, from July 1, 1874, to December 1, 1874..
Also for the pay of six colored laborers, from December 7, 1874, to April 1, 1875

These amounts to be disbursed under the direction of the Committee on Accounts of the
House of Representatives.

Total.........

6. 000 00 1, 450 00 3,966 66 1, 400 00

12. 816 66

By the act to provide for the construction of military roads in Arizona.
That there be, and is hereby, appropriated the sum of $15,000, to be used under the direction

of the Secretary of War in the construction of military roads in the Territory of Arizona, as follows, namely: From Fort Whipple to Camp McDowell, with a branch to Camp Verde, and from Fort Whipple to Skull Valley direct..

15, 000 00

By the act to make an appropriation for public buildings at Covington, Kentucky.
That the sum of $150,000 be, and is hereby, appropriated for the completion of public build-

ings at Covington, Kentucky...

150,000 00

Appropriations, 8c.-Continued.

Object of appropriation.

Amount.

By the act to authorize the purchase of a site for public buildings at Harrisburgh, Pennsylvania.
That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he hereby is, authorized and directed to purchase

at private sale, or procure by condemnation, a suitable tract of ground in the city of Harris.
burgh, Pennsylvania, for the erection thereon of a building for the accommodation of the
post-office and other Government offices in said city; and the sum of $160,000, or so much
thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated for the purchase of such tract of
ground ..

Provided, That the sum hereby appropriated shall not be available until a valid title to the land shall be vested in the United States, and the State of Pennsylvania shall relinquish its jurisdiction over the same, and all right to tax or assess the same, while owned by the United States.

$160, 000 00

By the act for the payment of interest on three-sirty-five bonds of the District of Columbia. That the sum of $182,500 in currency, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be, and is bereby, appropriated for the payment of the interest on the bonds of the District of Columbia, known as three-sixty-five bonds, due on February 9, 1875, issued under the act entitled "An act for the government of the District of Columbia, and for other purposes," approved June 20, 1874 ; said interest to be paid by the Treasurer of the United States, or the assistant treasurer of the United States in New York, on surrender of the proper cou. pons ..

Provided, That the said sum hereby appropriated shall be considered and adjusted as a part of the proper proportional sum to be paid by the United States toward the expenses of the government of the District of Columbia, and toward the payment of the interest on the funded debt of the District.

192, 500 00

By the act for the relief of D. R. Haggard.
That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he hereby is, authorized and directed to pay to

D. R. Haggard, late colonel of the Fifth Regiment of Kentucky Volunteers, the sum of
$4,000, in full compensation and satisfaction of his claim against the Government of the
United States for quartermaster's and commissary's stores taken from his farın near Burks-
ville, Ky., by United States forces, during the war of the rebellion, and used hy them....

4, 000 00

By the act for the relief of John Aldredge.
That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to pay to

John Aldredge, of McNairy County, Tennessee, such sum, not exceeding $9,606, as the Sec-
retary may deem reasonable, for money paid into the Treasury of the United States by vir.
tue of an assessment made upon the disloyal citizens of and around Henderson Station,
Tenn., to make repayment for the destruction of cotton, the property of said Aldredge;
the sum so to be paid to be charged to the account of captured and abandoned property..

9, 606 00

By the act for the relief of Courtland Parker, as administrator of George W. Anderson, deceased.
That the Secretary of the Treasury be authorized and directed to pay to Courtland Parker,

as administrator of George W. Anderson, the sum of $13,254.67, being the amount received
into the Treasury of the United States, under certain proceedings and decree in the south-
ern district of New York, undertaking to condemn the stock and dividends of said Anderson
in the Minnesota Mining Company, the Rockland Mining Company, the Superior Mining
Company, and the Steel River Mining Company, the same being in full for all claims and
demands of said Parker as administrator, or the heirs or representatives of said estate, against
the United States, connected with, or in any manner growing out of, said claim, for which
a receipt shall be taken in full by the proper officer of the Treasury.

13, 254 67

By the act for the relief of M. Von Entress Fuersteneck, late second lieutenant of the Sixty

eighth New York Volunteers. That there is hereby appropriated the sum of $1,455.20, to be paid to M. Von Entress Fner

steneck, late second lieutenant of Company A of the Sixty-eighth Regiment of New York Volunteers, to cover a period of service from August 30, 1863, 10 December 21, 1864, inclusive, at which time he was commissioned, and actually performed duty as a second lieutenant, but was not mustered in...

1, 455 20

By the act for the relief of Mrs. Sarah B. Forest, widow of Lieut. Dulaney A. Forest, late of

the United States Nary. That the Secretary of the 'Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay to

Mrs. Sarah B. Forest, widow of Lieut. Dulaney A. Forest, late of the United States Navy, the sum of $820, which shall be in full discharge of all claims of said Sarah B. Forest against the United States for balance due from an allotment of pay made by her late hus. band, being the amount due from April 1 to December 6, 1861, at the rate of $100 a month.

820 00

H. Mis. 95-7

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