ATLANTA, GEORGTA, THURi
R8DAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, i860.
HUB BTATIt LAVS
For ths tilth often lot
"to bo paid to them or *
P— seoond article treaty I
dred aud fifty eight, M I
for this amount, to be
of the Pmtident In fund*
f pannanout annuity In etlvor, par fourth article
r third August, seventeen hundred and nluety-
■areo hundred and twenty-four dollar* and Mr-
1 permanent annuity in ailrer. per third article
r thirtieth Bepteniix-r, eighteen hundred and
seventh artel* treety October twelfth, eighteen hun
dred and sixty-threo, on* thonaand doOnrs.
SIX NATIONS OF HEW TOM.
For permanent annolty in eloUrtng and ether useful
artistes, per sixth article treaty seventeenth Novmn-
ber, seventeen hundred and ntaety-Juur, four thona*
end Are hundred dollar*.
For laat of four instalments ou aUty-thoueand dol
lar*, (being fourth series), under the direction of the
President, per fifth ertt^e treety tveatv-rixtli Janna-
jfe permanent annuity in eilvor, per third article
MBraeooud October, eighteen hundred and elgh-
9m •«* thousand eight hundred aud eleven dollars
ed ninety-three oeate.
For permanent annuity in money, per second aril-
'* *—- * 4 — u 'phteen hundred and
tundred aud forty-
nine dollars end fifty-tour oeate.
For permanent annuity iu epee
treaty twenty-ninth July, eigh 1 **
ty-ninc, eleven thousand flvo hui
doUamend thirty-three oeate.
For fife annuity to chief, per third artiole treety
******* °«***' •%**« hundred and thirty-tw*
two hundred dollars.
For life annuity to chlefo, per third artiole treaty
twenty-riith September, eighteen hundred end thirty-
three, seven hundred dollars: Provided, That mtlafho-
tory evidence shall be shown to the Secretary of the
Interior that th* chief or chiefs provided for by aaid
article* are still living.
FaeedumUon, duritg the pleasure of Oongreea, per
third arUclo treaty of October sixteenth, eighteen hon-
dred end[twenty-aix, eeootkd article treaty September
twentieth, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, and
fourth article treaty October twenty-seventh, eighteen
hundred and thirty-two, five thousand dollar*.
For permanent provision for the payment of money
to lieu of tobecoo, iron, end steel, per second article
treaty twentieth September, eighteen bundled and
twenty-eight, aad tenth article of the treaty of the
fifth and seventeenth Jane, eighteen bandied and
forty-six, two hundred and seventeen dollars end for
For permanent provision for three blacksmiths and
SMlatants, and for Iron and steel for shops, per third
article treaty sixteenth October, eighteen hundred end
twenty-eight second article treety twentieth September,
eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, and seoond arti
cle treaty twonty-ninth July, eighteen hundred and
twenty-nine, two thousand forty-two dollar* and nine
For permanent provision for fifty barrels of salt,
per seoond article of treaty twenty-nfnlh July, eigh
teen hundred and twenty-nine, three hundred and sev
en teen dollars and nlue cents.
For interest on four hundred and aixty-aU thous
and and twenty seven dollars end forty-eight cents, at
flv« per centum. In conformity with seventh article
treaty of June fifth and seventeenth, eighteen bun
dred aud forty-aix, twenty-three thousand three hun
dred and one dollars end thirty-seven cent*.
To enable the President to oarry out the provisions
of the third article of ths treaty of November fifteen,
S hteen hundred end eixty-oae, with the Pottowato-
e Indiana, as modified by the treaty of March twen
ty-nine, eighteen hundred and sixty-eix, by paring to
certain in am ber* of said tribe who have elected to be-
oome citizens In accordance with said treatise, the
proportion of the oaah value of the Pottowatomie an
nuities to which they may be entitled, the sum of two
hundred end thirty-three thousand one hundred and
sixty-three dollars and eighty cents, in currency, and
the turn of one hundred end twenty-three thousand
ill the com
*ixm uocooer. tugnecen nunoraa ana imy-nve, one
thousand five hundred dollars.
For tenth of twenty instalment* for the employment
of a blacksmith, carpenter, former, aad a physician,
who shall furnish weed I dees for the sick, per eleventh
article treaty twenty^UU October, eighteen hundred
ofthenor seoond article treaty twenty-tow*
December, eighteen hundred end fifty-ft to, twelve
MISQUALLY, PUYALLUP, AND OTHER TRIBES
AND BANDS OF INDIANS.
For fifteenth instalment, In part payment for re
linquishment of title to lands, to be applied to bon-
rftaaal objects, per fourth article treaty twenty-aixtb
December, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, ono thou
sand two hundred dollar*.
Far fifteenth of twenty Instalments for
, ‘“ are,, “ 4
For pay of carpenter, former, blacksmith, miller,
ed Mvmar, mV Leaf* unirl. u« ik
mentof March twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred end
sixty-four, tea thonaand dollars.
For tixth of ten lnstalmenu, per eighth article tree-
S , for the purchase of provisions, under the direction
the Secretary of the fntartor, ten thocaend dollar*.
For the purchase of Iron, steoi end necessary tools
for blacksmith's shop, as par tenth article of aaid trea
ty, two hundred and twenty dollar*.
For pay of blacksmith aud assistant, as per asm* ar
ticle of seme treaty, one thonaand one hundred dol
For Insurance, transportation, and general Inciden
tal expenses of the delivery of goods, provisions, and
stock, ss par same artiole of same treaty, three thous
UMFQUA8 AND CALAPOOIA8. OF UMPQUA VAL
For last of live instalments of the third series of an
nuity for beneficial object*, to be expended as directed
by tbs President, per third article treaty twenty-ninth
.CHE, MUACKK, CAPOTE, WEEJ
GRAND RIVER, AND UINTAH 1
^ of in-
„ — — medicine
• tick .carpenter, and former, per tenth article
■ twenty-el-*h Deoambw, eighteen hundred and
our. five thonaand dollar*,
fifteenth of twenty instalments for the support
kgricultnral and industrial school, and support
Ith and carpanter shop, end providing the neoee-
oole therefor. In conformity with tenth article of
’ December twenty-elxth, eighteen hundred and
teen hundred and sixty-eight, thr*
For erecting an agency bonding i
the agent at each of the agencies, ft
lar* each, per fourth article treety B
hundred end sixty-eight, three thm
■ixty-eight, eix thousand dollars.
For construction of four bufidli
tanner, btoehsneMh, and milter, at
Fur such artiole* of clothing, or raw materials In
lieu thereof, for eight thousand Navajoo Indiaus, not
sxoesdlng five dollars each Indian, In oonformity with
eighth article treaty June first, eighteen hundred end
sixty-eight, forty thousand dollars.
For seeds, farming Implements, work cattle, end
other stock for fourteen hundred families, in conform
ity with seventh article of above-named treety, ono
hundred and forty thonaand dollars.
For survey of ths Navtioc Indian reservation, In
conformity with fifth article treaty of Juue first eigh
teen band red end sixty-eight thirty-six thousand two
hundred end twenty dollars.
For Insurance and transportation- or tlio fiscal year
F*r life annuity to chief,
foments! treaty twrety-f
and red end twenty-nine.
For this amount to supply a dafi Pinny in the ap
propriation for pay of oommtmtonere to be appointed
bv the i'restdent, ea per terty-atoth and fiftieth art*
dee treaty April twenty-cighth. eighteen hundred end
sixty-six, end ftenato amendment thereto, with the
Choctaws aud Chickasaw*, fifteen hundred end thirty-
eight dollar* aad forty-seven oeuta.
For this amount, interest da* the Choctaws and
Chiokaeawa. August eighth, eighteen hundred end etx-
ty-eight, on three hundred thousand dollars held in
trust tor aeSd fort tana, under the third article treaty K
solzsaasr" ~ u "‘~ u
For this amount, or so much thereof a* may be 11
coeearT to enable the Secretary of tho Interior to pay
unpaid vouchees audited and allowed by the Indian
poMecommteatoa, twenty-two thousand five hundred
For thi* amount, to be reimbursed foam the pro
ceeds of tholr tends in Kansas, for suheteienoe of the
Great end Littto Oeege Indians, thirty thousand d. J
For this amount, or so mach thereof m may be ne
cessary to pay expenses Incurred In ma>«m» and pre
paring homes, furnishing provisions, toads, and form
ing utensil*, entile, end tarnishing food and tmapor-
teflon for bands of Indian* with whtab treaties hare
been made by the Indian peace commission, under
i the eupenrlafonof Brevet Major ^Ooneral W. 8. liar-
and'sixty-eight, four hundred xnd eighty-five tfcona^
end seven hundred and eighty-fonr dollars aad twen
For the payment of [snehj damages sustained by
the citizen* of Niobrara township, Nebraska, by the
action of the government in moving the Baa tee Sioux
upon their land* in the year eighteen hundred aad
sixty elx, m shall, (be toaad toss,) after proper terestt-
gstioa under the direction of the Meoretery uf the In
terior, who shall appoint a commission te eererteln
and report the amount of tbe damages anstiined, not
exceeding fifteen thonaand dollars, to be divided are
rate In payment of the oteiae* to be found due, which
shall be e final settlement of said claim*.
To supply deficiency of aiHwopriatiea to pay for de-
nredaiiou* committed by Indian* in northwestern
Iowa in the year eighteen hundred and fifty-eereo, ten
thousand nine hundred and six dollars and thirty-four
8*0. a. And be it farther mooted. That all goods
and merchandise furoJebed any tribe or bend of In
dian* under the provisions of any sot shall be tinned
over by the agent or superintendent of such tribe or
band to the chief* of the trtbe or hand in bulk aad to
the original pnekana, aa nearly ae practicable, and hi
the preeenee <f the he*Amen of the tribe
If practicable, to be distributed u> the tribe
or bend by the chiefs in such meaner
ae the ohtels mav deem beet. In the praseac*
of the agent or superintendent; Provided. That anld
chief* have observed their treaty obligation* with the
government ea hereinbefore stated.
tec. 3. And be It farther enacted, That the unex
pended balance bow standing to the credit of the Kan
sas tribe of Indian* on the hooks of the Treasury De
partment, appropriated for or heiengteg te them for
educational purposes, may be used under the direc
tion of th* superintendent cf Indian affairs tor the
central soperintendency in tbe purchase of me u arti
cle* of food end etethtng ae may te hie filanwUtm be
thought necessary to relieve the most ureusing wants
of said Indians, they being in a destitute end eoforring
«^gJ|MeJ^lrtielh^elghteen hundred and seveuty,
For deficiency in the appropriation for amount of
deficiency expended In subsisting the Navsjoca at tho
Bosqne Redondo, according to the contract made by
Theodore H. Dodd, from the twenty-vecond of May,
eighteen hundred and tixtv-etyht, until tholr removal
to their old homes, one thousand one hundred end
fifty-five dollars and ninety cents.
8I88ITON AND WARPETON.
For survey of reservation for tho 8issitou and War-
rston bands of Dakota or Sioux Indians, as per third.
fourth, and fifth articles of the treety with said Itidi
nineteenth uepiemoar, eighteen nunareu ana im;
three, flvo hundred end fifty dollars.
.WALLA-WALLA, CAYUBEj, AND UMATILLA
For lest of five instalments of second aeries, to be
expended under tbe direction of tho President, per
second article treety ninth Jane, eighteen huudrod
end flfty-ft vo, six thousand dollars.
For tenth of twenty lnstalmonte for tbo purchase of
ell necessary mill fixtures end mechanical tools, mod-
lolnea and boepltal stores, books and stationery for
school*, and furniture for tbe employees, per fourth
article treety ninth Juue, eighteen hundred and fifty -
two, two thousand dollars.
For tenth of tweaty luataltpeute for the pay and
subsistence of one superintendent of farming opera
tion!, os* far mgr, two mUlgfi, one blacksmith, ona
wagon *nd piougn-make*, *»«• tjm.r~~.-~ -«a fiifc.*,
one phyticlan. aud two teachers, per fourth article
treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five,
eight thousand four hnudred and fifty dollars.
For tsnth of twenty Instalments for the pay of each
of the head chiefs of the Welle-Well*, Geynee, aud
Umatilla bands, tho sum of ft ve hundred dollars par
annum, per fifth article traflty ninth Jane, eighteen
clothes, blank eta, and such other articles ea he may
thin* proper and necessary, per eleventh article treaty
CQASTA. *XfTO». AND UMPQUA INDIANS
March two, eighteen hundred end sixty-eight, thirty
For annua) amount to be expenJed, under the di
rection of the Secretary of tbe Interior, iu supplying
ssid Indiaus with beef, muttou, wheat, floor, beans,
found to be capable of sustaining themselves, per
twelfth article treaty March tiro, eighteen hunderrd
aud sixty right, thirty thousand dollar*.
Forthl* amount, to be expended under the direction
of the Secretary of the Interior, in providing each
lodge or head of a family to said confederated bauds
with rtffo eertia A«r**»vte**w ****f*‘T*‘* > 1“* *****”
ordinary Mexioau or Texas breed, aud five bead ot
sheep, per thirteenth article treaty March two, eigh
teen hundred end sixty-eight, forty-five thonaand dol
GENERAL INCIDENTAL EXPENSES OF THE IN
fourth article treety of June eleventh, eighteen hun
dred end fifty-five, eight thonaand dollars.
Per tenth of twsnty Instalment* for the support of
two aeboota, one of which schools to be au agricultural
and industrial school, koeptog in repair school build
ings, and for providing suitable furniture, books, and
stationery, per fifth article treaty ele-enth June, eigh
teen hundred and fifty-five, five hundred dollar*.
For tenth of twenty instalments for the employment
of ooe superintendent of teaching and two teachers,
per fifth article treety eleventh June, eighteen hun
dred end fifty-five, three thousand two hundred dol
For tenth of twenty instalments for keeping in re
pair blacksmiths’, tinsmiths', gunsmiths', oarpentara'
and wagon end plough-makers' shop*, and for provid
ing neoeseary tools therefor, per fifth artiole treaty
eleventh Jone, eighteen hundred ami fifty-five, five
For tenth of vv«nty Inaielmcnt* for the otnploj nu-nt
of one superintendent of forming, and two farmer*,
two millt re, two blacksmiths, one tinner, one gun
smith, one carpenter, and one wagon aud plough-ma
ker, ner fifth article treaty eleventh June, eighteen
hundred and fifty-five, eight thousaud five hundred
For tenth of twcuty instalments for keeping in repair
the hospital, and providing the necessary medicines
and furniture therefor,per fifth article treaty eleventh
June, eighteen hundred and fifty-fire, three hundred
sou of Plo-plo-mox-mox, per fifth article treaty ninth
June, eighteen hundred and flfty-ftve, one hundred
WINN SB AG DES.
For luterost on one million dollars, at five per cen
tum, per fourth article treaty first November, eighteen
service In the territory of Arisoua, presents of goods,
agricultural Implements, anR other useful article*, and
to assist them to locate in permanent abodes, end sus
tain themselves bv the pursuits of cfttlUed Ufe, to be
expended under the direction of the Secretary o! the
Interior, seventy thonaand dollars.
For the general incidental expense* of the Indlau
service In California, including travelling expenses of
superintending agnate, five thousand dollars.
For ths general incidental expenses of the Indian
service In Ooloiedo Territoir, presents of goods, agri
cultural implement*, and other useful artiole*. and to
assist them to locate In permanent abodes, and sustain
themselves by ths pursuits of civilised Ufe, te be ex
pended under tbe direotiou of the Secretary of the In
terior, twenty-five thousand dollars.
For lh* general incidental expenses of the Iudien
service In Dakota Territory, presents of goods, agri
cultural implements, au-* other useful articles, and to
assist them to locate in p*rmanen(| abodes, end sus
tain themselves br the pursuits of otvtliaed Ufo. to be
dred aud thirty-three, ono thousaud dollars.
For blacksmith end assistant, and tools, aad iron
and ■ tool for shop during the pleasnrekofdthe Presi
dent, per third article treaty thirteenth of May, eigh
teen hundred and thirty-three, ono thousaud and ilx-
For farmer, during the pleasure of tho President
per third article treaty thirteenth May, eighteen hun
dred and thtrty-three, six hundred dollars.
fifth article treety six-
■ad fifty-five, one thon-
the direction of tho President, ea per seventh artiole
treaty of August twelfth, eighteen hundred end sixty
five, two thonaand dollar*.
For last of five inetalment* of seoond series fur ben
eficial objects, at the discretion of tbe President, per
fourth article treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred
end fifty-five, eight thouseod dollars.
For tenth of twenty lnstalmonte for tho support of
two schools, on* of which is to be an agricultural end
Industrial school; heaping in repair school buildings,
anJ for providing sultabU furniture, books, and sta
tionary, per fifth artiole treety ninth Jana, eighteen
hnudred end fifty-five, five hundred dollar*
Far tenth of twenty instalment* for th* employment
of one superintendent of teaching and two teachers,
per fifth article treaty ninth June, eightcou hundred
and fifty-five, three thousand two hundred dollars.
For tenth of twenty Instalments for the employment
of one superiateadMt of forming and two formers,
tiro millers, two blacksmiths, one tinner, on* gun
smith, one carpenter, end on* wagon and plough-ms-
an agricultural and industrial school, and pay of snltm
bio Instrhctors, per tenth artiole treaty first of July?
eighteen hundred end fifty-five, two thousand five
For tenth of twenty instalment* for support of smith
and carpenter shop, and to provide the necessary tools
therefor, per tenth article treety first July, eighteen
hundred aud fifty-five, five hundred dollar*.
For tenth of twenty Instalments for the employ
ment of a blacksmith, carpenter, and former, and a
physician, who shall furnish medicine* for the sick,
per tenth article treaty first July, eighteeu hundred
aud fifty-five, three thonrand six hundred dollar*.
For last of sixteen instalments in blankets, clothing,
forming utensils, and stock, per third arUclo treaty
tenth Beptomber, eighteen hundred and fifty-three,
two thousand flvo hundred dollar*.
SACS AND FOXES OF MI8818811TI.
For permanent annuity in goods or otherwise, per
third article treaty third November, eighteen hundred
and four, one thousand dollara.
For interest ou two hundred thousand dollars, et
five per centum, per seoond article treety twenty-first
October, eighteen hundred and thirty-ecren, tou thou
For Interest on otght hundred thousand dollar*, at
five per centum, per second article treaty elevonth Oc
tober, eighteen hnudred end forty-two, forty thous
SAGS AND FOXES OF MISSOURI.
For Interest on one hundred end flfty-eoven thous
and four hundred dollars, et five per oentum, under
the direction or the Prcsiuent. per second article trea
ty twenty-first October, eighteeu hundred and thirty-
seven, seven thonnand eight hnndrod and soventy dol
For flvo per centum interest ou two hundred and
fifty thousand dollars, to be paid aa annuity, per sighth
article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and
fifty-six, twelve thousand five hundred dollars.
For Interest on two hundred and fifty thousand dol
lars. et flvo per centum, to be paid as annuity, (they
having Joined their brethren weet), per eighth article
treety seventh August, eighteen hundred end fUty-alx,
twelve thousand five hundred dollars.
For interest on fifty thousand dollars, et the rite of
five per centum per annum, “to be uaht annually for
the support of schools," ae per third article treety of
March twenty-first, eighteen hundred end sixty-six,
twenty-five hundred doilare.
For interest on twenty thonaand dollars, at ths rate
) hundred and fifty-five, neven thonaand
t tweaty instalments for keeping in re
flouring mill*, and for furnishing the
is sod fixtures therefor, per fifth article
lh July, eighteen hundred sad fifty |re,
f twenty instalments for keeping in' ra
tal and providing the neoeseary medl-
dture therefor, per fifth article treaty
For tenth of twenty instalments for keeping in re
pair tbe buildings for the various employee*, and for
providing th* neoeseary furniture therefor, per fifth ar
ticle treaty eleventh Jane, eighteen hundred and flftj-
lve, two hundred dollars.
For tenth at twenty teetelaents for rite aalere of
such person aa the tribe may select to be their heed
chief, per fifth artiole treety eleventh June, eighteen
hundred end fifty-five, five hundred dollars.
For last of four instalments to enable the Indiana to
remove and locate upon the reservation, to be expend
ed In ploughing land and fencing lots, as per lint
clause fourth artiel* treaty June ninth, eighteen hun
dred end sixty-three, fifteen thousand dollars.
For fourth of the sixteen Instalments for boarding
and clothing the children who shall attend the schools,
providing the school* and boarding-houses with ueoee-
sery furniture, the purchase of ueoueary wagon*,
teems, agricultural ieapUmeaU, teoU. and so forth,
and for fooatag of sueh lands ae may be needed for
gardening and farming purposes for th* schools, as
per fourth okeuo* fourth article treaty of June nine,
hundred and fifty-five, six hundred
idiau affairs for I
report of all expenditures under this ap
he made la detail to OosgreaM in Decani
tor the purpose of enabling the Preeite
the powers coulerred by this art he is ha
teed, et hie dlaoratUm, to organise e boat
sionere, te consist of not nrere than ten
-tested by bbu from men eminent for
genoe end philanthropy, to serve wtite
compensation, who may. under hie diree
For the general incidental expense* of tho Indian
eervlo* in Montane Territory, presents of goods, agri
cultural implements, and other useful artiotea, and te
assist them to locate Iu permanent abodes, end to sus
tain themselves by the pursuits of civlUied life, to be
exiwnded uuder the direction of the fiecretary of tho
Interior, fifteen thousand dollars.
For th* general Incidental expenses of the Indian
service Iu Nevada, pn sen te of goods, agricultural im
plements, end other useful articles, and to assist them
to locale in permanent abodes, and sustain themselves
by th* perseite of eiviUaed Ufe, to be expended under
the direction of tbe Secretary of the Interior, twenty
For interest In lien of investment on fifty-seven
furniture, tools, and materials, as per flitb article trea
ty June ninth, eighteen hundred end elkty-three, two
For salary of two matrons to take charge of the
boarding schools, two assistant teacher*, one former,
on* oerpeotor. end two millers, as per fifth artiole
treety June ninth, eighteen hundred end sixty-three,
ecveu thousand six hundred dollar*.
For lh* second of fifteen instalments of title amount,
being third of series, in money or otherwise, per
fourth article treaty sixteen th Marsh, eighteen hun
dred end fifty-four, twenty tho nosed dollars.
For fourtii of ton Instalment* for keeping In repair
e grist end lew mill, aad support of btaeksmlth shop,
per eighth article in \ty March sixteenth, eighteen
hundred end flfty-fonr, end third artiole treaty March
sixth, eighteen hundred end sixty-five, three hundred
For i*y of one engineer, twelve hundred dollars.
For fourth of ten Instalment* for pay of on* miller,
eorvic* in New Mexico, present* of goods, agricultu
ral implements, end other useful article*, and to aaalet
them te locate in permanent abodes, and sustain them-
eel ve* by lh* pursuit* of ciftllasd Ufo, to be expended
flvo, five hundred dollar*.
YANUTON TRIBE OF WOUX.
For first of tan instalments (eeooud eerie*), te be
paid to them or expended for their benefit, eemmcoc
with the year in which they shall remove to sod ecttte
sod reside apon their reservation, per foerih article
For interest on twenty tnouoemi aouara, at tne rau
of fire par centum per annum, “to be paid annually,"
for ths support of Che Heminole government, as per
third article treaty of March twenty-first, eighteen
hundred aad sixty-*i«, on* thousand dollars.
For this amount, being the Interest on fifty tlmna*
end dollars from August sixteenth, eighteen hundred
end eixty-eit, the date of the ratification of the treaty
made with Uic tteminolse, Mart'll twenty-one, eighteen
hundred and el aty-eix. to November twelve, eighteen
hundred end sixty-eight, the date wheu th* payment
of aaid *um commenced, two yeafo, two months, and
twenty-six days, as per third artiole of treaty cf Marsh
twenty-on*, clithu ,n hundred end •lity-eix, five thou
sand five hundred end n tasty-seven dollars and twan-
> general tiwldr
i Utah Terri tor;
EN MO AN, MIXED BB10KUN AMD
UUAl’AWR, OONFEDERATKiDI PM
Marxian, wean, and pum^bnhai
OF BLANOMAKD'H FORK AND 10CI
AND CERTAIN WYANDOTTW.
i hundred end
WM. WOOD & CO.
To pay fur Uur