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FORTY-SEVEN TH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 114. 1882. 659 CHAP. 114.-An act an act for the allowance of certain claims reported by the May 1, 1882 accounting officers of the United States Treasury Department. —j—--—- Be it emwted by the Senate and House of Rqiresentatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treas- Claims =}U<>W•¤d ury be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to pay, out of any money bg'r:::°‘;’;;';§ in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the several persons in this ° P act named, the several sums mentioned herein, the same being in full for, and the receipt of the same to be taken and accepted in each case as a full and iinal discharge of, the several claims examined and allowed by p the proper accounting officers under the provisions of the act of July 13 S t 381 fourth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, since December, eighteen hum- °“ " ‘ dr·ed and eighty, namely : INDIANA Indiana. To Luke H. Blacker, of Clinton County, one hundred dollars. To Colby A. Casey, of Scott County, one hundred and thirty-five dolurs. To Ambrose C. Clifford, of Gibson County, one hundred and twenty- five dollars. To William H. Dixon, of Jennings County, thirty-nine dollars and seventy-five cents To Stephen Day, of Scott County, one hundred dollars. To Aaron Eick, of Scott County, one hundred and twenty dollars. To Sanford Fervel (or Ferrel), of J efferson County, one hundred and twentynve dollars. To John P. Fable, of Jennings County, one hundred and twenty-ive dollars. To Silas M. Hudson, executor of Absalom Hudson, deceased, of Jen~ nings County, one hundred and twenty dollars. To Moses T. Hopper, of J eiferson County, two hundred dollars. To James M. Harrod, of Scott County, twenty-four dollars and fifty cents. To Nancy Kay, of Jennings County, one hundred dollars. To Alexander Kerr, of J eferson County, one hundred and twenty-five dollars. _ To Amos Loekenour, of Washington County, one hundred and twenty- dollars - To E. D. Malony, of Jennings County, one hundred and twenty dollars. . To Moses W. Morrison, of Scott County, one hundred and fifteen dollars. _ To Isaac Marshall, of Jennings County, two hundred dollars. To John P. Kyte, administrator of David May, deceased, of Washiugton County, one hundred and twenty dollars. ‘ o Reuben P. Nay, of Jeiferson County, one hundred dollars. d To John C. Bayg of Scott County, one hundred and twenty-five ollars. - To James C. Rawlings, of Jefferson County, fifty dollars. To John S. Swope, administrator of Michael Swope, deceased, of Scott County, one hundred and eightyeight dollars. To John M. Stewart, of Ripley County, forty-five dollars. To John W. Tull, of Scott County, one hundred and twenty-five dollars To William Wilson, of Jennings County, seventy dollars. To Joseph Whitsitt, of Scott County, one hundred and thirty dollars. To John M. Wallace, administrator of James Wallace, deceased, of Jefferson County, two hundred and twentynve dollars. KANSAS. Km nu. To William Blurton, of Bourbon County, one hundred and seventy-‘ tive dollars.