274 FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 3:73. 1896. F·>¤i’¤ T*!¤·*¤¤‘ dk- dred dollars; P. G. Clark, seven hundred dollars; J. F. Bixler, three °°m"c°°m°°d° thousand dollars; F. G. Calvert, four thousand five hundred dollars; John F. Dunton, two hundred and fifty dollars; George W'. Davis, two thousand five hundred dollars; George J. Drew, four hundred and fifty dollars; John B. Dowd, three thousand dollars; Silas J. Dewey, seven — hundred dollars; Horace V. Easterling, two thousand five hundred dollars; Richard H. Gilliam, seven hundred dollars; George W. Green, eight hundred dollars; William M. Grogan, two thousand dollars; Thomas J. Griliith, three hundred dollars; William S. Gustin, two thousand five hundred dollars; Thomas Hynes, four thousand five hundreddollars; C. A. Harper, one thousand eight hundred dollars; James H. Howard, lbur thousand dollars; Samuel N. Hilton, four hundred and fifty dollars; Augustus Hubbell, three hundred dollars; Isaac N. Hammer, one thousand five hundred dollars; Charles F. Hathaway, one thousand five hundred dollars; Homer B. Harlan, one thousand tive hundred dollars; Firmau Housel, seven hundred dollars; James G. Jones, three hundred dollars; Milford M. Jarvis, three hundred dollars; Thomas Jones, six hundred dollars; Wellington Kugler, three thousand five hundred dollars; Charles A. Krause, one hundred and fifty dollars; William R. King, seven hundred and fifty dollars; Clifton Lowe, four hundred dollars; James F. Linden, eight hundred dollars; Charles Lucas, one hundred and fifty dollars; William W. Lecture, two hundred dollars; Eugene Leger, eight hundred dollars; William Ludgate, two hundred dollars; Percy S. Lowry, five hundred dollars; Daniel P. MoCornack, three thousand five hundred dollars; C. E. McLaughlin, eight hundred dollars; John A. Miller, four thousand live hundred dollars; Frank J. Metcalf, one thousand dollars; C. J. Moore, five hundred dollars; George N. McLoughlin, four thousand dollars; John A. Magee, one thousand five hundred dollars; John J. Meding, one thousand dollars; Charles S. McLaughlin, one thousand dollars; Simeon T. Neal, five hundred dollars; John E. Nichol, five hundred dollars; B. J. 0’Driseoll, four thousand dollars; John O’Neill, five hundred dollars; Chambers R. Owen, four hundred dollars; Polk K. Pennington, nve hundred dollars; Charles H. Patterson, seven hundred dollars; C. M. Punteney, one hundred dollars; Charles L. Patten, seven hundred dollars; R. M. Patrick, three thou and five hundred dollars; George T. Prewitt, two huudreddollars; Seth V. Peck, one thousand five hundred dollars; Cassius C. Parker, one hundred and fifty dollars; Morton E. Rose, two hundred dollars; Louis A. Rosafy, one thousand two hundred dollars; Williain T. Richardson, two thousand seven hundred dollars; Lloyd J. Smith, five thousand dollars; Fountain F. Sams, one thousand two hundred dollars; Frank B. Smith, two hundred and fifty dollars; Edwin H. Spang, four hundred dollars; James A. Stewart, two thousand five hundred dollars; H. M. Shannon, five hundred dollars; Robert A. Smith, one thousand two hundred dollars; Charles D. Shadbolt, three thousand two hundred dollars; Charles l. Simms, two thousand five hundred dollars; Daniel K. Sargeant, three hundred dollars; James M. Stewart, six hundred dollars; Peter U . Sommers, two thousand five hundred dollars; James L. Taylor, five hundred dollars; H. C. Thomas, one thousand six hundred dollars; Julia E. Test, widow of Francis YV. Test, five thousand ‘ dollars; John H. Thomas, two thousand dollars; \Vilson H. Thompson, one thousand five hundred dollars; WV. W. Valentine, ive hundred dollars; James \V. YVebb. three hundred dollars; Nathaniel P. Worley, one thousand dollars; Robert J. \\'alker, two thousand dollars; Arthur P. Whitney, one thousand five hundred dollars; W. L. H. \Vright, one hundred dollars; Albert G. Yount, one thousand dollars. - _rm·>¤•lr¤pr•;¤e¤m- Should any of the persons hereinbefore mentioned die before payment f,‘[§§,§‘},E’°P“‘°‘“ "“'*‘° to the parties herein named, then, and in that event, the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized and directed to pay to the personal representatives of the persons so dying the amount allowed under the provisions of this Act.

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