724 FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 359. 1882. lars and forty cents; to G. D. Stephenson, fourteen dollars; to Mike Shoifner forty dollars; to Price C. Steele, one hundred and twelve dollars; to Matthew Shearon, thirty-eight dollars; to Richard H. Sims, thirty-six dollars and eighty cents; to William J. Shoifner, nity-six dollars and eighty cents; to Newton Thompson, second, seventeen dollars and sixty cents; to J. F. Thompson eleven dollars and twenty cents; to Lewis Tillman forty dollars; to Thomas C. Whiteside, eighty dollars; to the estate of E. D. Winsett, deceased, thirty-five dollars and sixty cents; to Jackson \Vallace, seventeen dollars and sixty cents ; to Harbert Wiggins, forty-two dollars; to A. L. Adams, fifty-six dollars; to Joseph Anderson, fifteen dollars and twenty cents; to William A. Allen, seventy-seven dollars and sixty cents; to Thomas W. Buchanan one hundred and ninety-two dollars; to John A. Blakemore, forty-eight dollars; to Charles L Cannon, twentysix dollars; to John L. Cooper one hundred and eighteen dollars and eighty cents; to J. H. Cunningham, nineteen dollars and twenty cents; to John Cortner, twenty-six dollars; to Lewis Markel, eight hundred and sixty-eight dollars and tlftycents; to William Gosling seven hundred and ninety-four dollars; to John J. Jarrett, thirty-six dollars and forty cents; to Wilson Tarrentine, thirty-two dollars; all of the county of Bedford, Tennessee. guulurm-q To George W. Smith, one hundred and twenty-two dollars,; to the County. estate of Samuel Winston, deceased, three hundred and fifty-six ' dollars; to Ellis Buttle, one hundred and four dollars and seventy- five cents; all of Rutherford County, Tennessee. To George W. House, sixty-two doilars and four cents; to Thomas A. Elliott, two hundred and thirty-two dollars; to Stephen H. Singleton, two hundred and seventy-three dollars; to William H. Wallace, ninety . dollars and forty cents; to Susan Rucker, eighty-eight dollars; to Thomas B. Miles, one hundred and sixty-four dollars; to the estate of James G. De J arnette, deceased two hundred and eighty-three dollars and twenty cents; to Morris Cross, thirty-two dollars; to Isham R. Peebles, two hundred and two dollars and sixty-seven cents; to William Bosson, two hundred and thirty-two dollars; to'M. H. Alexander two hundred and sixtyseven dollars and sixty-eight cents; to Emanuel Roseniield, forty-two dollars and twentyfour cents; to the estate of Thomas Hord, deceased, one hundred and thirteen dollars and twelve cents; to Edwin H. Ewing, sixty-eight dollars and twenty-four centsto Benjamin Beaty six hundred dollars and sixteen cents; to James Haynes, three hundred and fifty-two dollars; to the estate of Luckett Davis, deeeased,three hundred and ninety-nine dollars and twelve cents; to Alfred Ross, two hundred and nity-nine dollars and twelve cents; to Samuel. B. Watkins one hundred and twenty-eight dollars and twenty- four cents; to John W. Richardson, five hundred dollars and eight cents; to the estateof M. BurgessWade, deceased, five hundred and twenty-eight dollars; to Willie Brown, three hundred and twenty-four dollars and eighty cents; to Robert D. Reed, one hundred and fifty-two dollars; to the estate of John B. Kimbro, deceased, forty-eight dollars; to the estate of James Bass, deceased fifty-five dollars and twenty cents; to Peyton Randolph, forty-four dollars; to Edward L. Jordan, two thousand two hundred and ninety dollars; to M. F. Jordan, two hundred and seventy- two dollars; to Felix G. Miller, one hundred and ninety-seven dollars and ninety-two cents; to S. E. Parrish eighty three dollars and twenty cents- to Elizabeth M. Smith, two hundred and seventy-four dollars and fifty-six cents; to Joseph Watkins, thu hundred and eighty-four dollars; all of Rutherford County, Tennessee. To Asa Faulkner of wamn County. Warren County,8Tennessee, two thousand seven hundred dollars; and Williamson to Wilham H. dd, of Williamson County, Tennessee, eight hundred °°““*Y· and sixty-six dollars and thirty-six cents; said persons, and each of them, having tiled their claims in the office of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue prior to the sixth of June, eighteen hundred and seventy three. Approved, July 29, 1882.
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