438 FOBTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. Gl. 1883. lgwgm, IOWAS. For interest, in lieu of investment, on fifty-seven thousand five hundred dollars, balance of one hundred and fifty-seven thousand five hundred dollars, to July iirst, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, at five per centum per annum, for education or other beneiicial purposes, under the w S, t ,0.,, direction of the President, per ninth article of treaty of May seven- ° "teenth, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, two thousand eight hundred and seventyfive dollars. Kansas. KANSAS. 9 Sue., 842. For interest in lieu of investment, on two hundred thousand dollars, at five per centum per annum, per second article of treaty of January fourteenth, eighteen hundred and forty-six, ten thousand dollars. mckawx KICKLP io 3;.;,, img, For interest on ninety-three thousand five hundred and eighty-one · dollars and nine cents, at live per centmn per annum, for educational and otherbeneficial purposes, per treaty of May eighteenth, eighteen hundred and fifty=four, four thousand six hundred and seventy-nine dollars and five cents · _ For settlement, support, and civilization of Kickapoo Indians in the Indian Territory, lately removed from Mexico, including such as may be removed hereafter, including the purchase of stock, six thousand dollars; in all, ten thousand six hundred and seventy-nine dollars and five cents. ugllamaths and KLAMATH8 AND I01DOOS. 008. 16 Stat., 108. For seventeenth of twenty installments, for keeping in repair one saw mill, one ilouring—miI1, buildings for the blacksmith, carpenter, wagon and plow maker, the manual-labor school, and hospital, as per fourth article of treaty of October fourteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, one thousand dollars- · gg gm, mg, For eighteenth of twenty installments, for the purchase of tools and material for saw and ilour mills, carpenter, blacksmith, wagon and plow maker shops, and books and stationery for the manual-labor school, per same article of same treaty, one thousand five hundred dollars; For eighteenth of twenty installments, to pay salary and subsistence of one physician, one miller, and two school-teachers, as per fifth article of same treaty, three thousandsix hundred dollars ; in all, six thousand one hundred dollars. Miamiesoflhn- MIAMIES or KANSAS. ` 58E. 7 Stat., 191. For permanent provision for blacksmith and assistant, and iron and 10 Stat-, 1095- steel for shop, per fifth article of treaty of October sixth, eighteen hundred and eighteen, and fourth article of treaty of June tiith, eighteen hundred and ii.fty-four, four hundred and eleven dollars and forty-three cents · 7 Stau,191. Flor, permanent. provision for miller, in lieu of gunsmith, per same 7 $*~‘*¤·» 464- articles and treaties, and per fifth article of treaty of October twenty- tihmd, eighlteent hundred gud thirty-four, two hundred and sixty-two o ars an six y-two cen · in gw_, wor For interest ou twenty-oiie thousand eight hundred and eighty-four dollars and eightyone cents, at nve per centum, for educational purposes, per third article of treaty of June fifth, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one thousand and ninety-four dollars and twenty-four cents ; in all, one thousand seven hundred and sixtyeight dollars and twenty- nine wuts.
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