FOR.'1‘Y—SEVEN'1‘II CONGRESS. Sess. H. Ch. 61. 1883. 445. UTAHS, TABEQUAGHE BAND Uthalps, d'l‘a`be- . 0 811 . For pay of blacksmith, as per tenth article of treaty of October sev- qu§S*==¤*·» 675- Sntli, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, seven hundred and twenty o ars. Lumquacrm, Museum, carotrn, WEEMINUSHE, YAMPA, GRAND mvrm, T n b e q u s on e, AND UINTAH BANDS on Urns. $:%::2 uE¢;P£*:» For pay of two carpenters two millers two farmers and one black- Y?"°I""’ qmd smith, as per fifteenth article of treaty of, March second, eighteen hun- ilgxglg sgliiitgnmh dred and sixty-eight, six thousand dollars; 15 Stat., 622. For pay of two teachers, as per same article of same treaty, one thousand eight hundred dollars; For purchase of iron and steel, and the necessary tools for blacksmith 15 Stat., 621. shop, per ninth ar·ticle$f same treaty, two hundred and twenty dollars; For tlfteenth of thirty installments, to be expended under the direc- 25 stat, 622. tion of the Secretary of the Interior, for clothing, blankets, and such other articles as he may deem proper and necessary, under eleventh article of same treaty, thirty thousand dollars; For annual amount, for the purchase of beef, mutton, wheat, ilour, beansé and potatoes, as per twelfth article of same treaty, thirty thou sand ollars; For pay of employees at the several Ute agencies, five thousand dol- E¤¤Pl¤v<?¤¤ ¤*= lam; in all, seventy-three thousand and twenty dollars. U*° °9°"°‘°°· ' Winnebagoes. For interest on eight hundred and four thousand nine hundred and 1 Stat., 545. nine dollars and seventeen cents, at five per centnm per annum, per 186% B¤¤-69- fourth article of treaty of November first, eighteen hundred and thirty- 12 8***** m' seven, and joint resolution of July seventeenth, eighteen hundred and ` sixty-two, and the Secretary of the Interior is hereby directed to expend - · said interest for the support, education, and civilization of said Indians, forty thousand two hundred and forty-five dollars and forty·llve cents; For interest on seventy-eight thousand three hundred and forty dollars and forty-one cents, at five per centum per annum, to be expended, 16 S*“"’· 355* under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, for the. erection of houses, improvement of their allotments of 1aud,_pumchase of stock, agricultural implements, seeds, and other beneficial objects, three thousand nine hundred and seventeen dollars and two cents; m` all, forty-four thousand one hundred and sixty-two dollars and forty-seven cents. urns. Uwe- For third of ten installments to be distributed, at the discretion of ‘ the President, to such Ute Indians as distinguish themselves by sense, energy, and perseverance in the pursmts of civilized life and m the promoion of a good understanding between the Indians and the government and people or the United States, four thousand dollars. REMOVAL, SETTLEMENT, SUBSISSENCE, AND SUPPORT OF mlagrptgvahc mb-
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For this amount, to subsist and properly care for the Apache and A1>•¤h¤•. ¤*¢· other Indians in Arizona and New Mexico who have been or may be collected on reservations in New Mexico or Arizona, three hundred thousand dollars. For subsistence and civilization of the Arapahoes, Cheyenne gr a p a h o e s , Apaches, Kiowas, Comanches, and Wrchitas who have collected 2 ugh! ° nlgcg ° » upon the reservations set apart for their use and occupation, four hun- C},‘m,m°:,rm_ ,,:5; dred and thirteen thousand dollars; of which sum tlve thousand dol- wichita, lars may be expended in removing the Northern Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians now in the Indian Territory to a more favorable location. ‘