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FIFTYFOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 398. 1896. 325 GHEYENNES AND ARLPAHOES. a$;yemesa¤dArap· For twenty-ninth of thirty installments, provided to be expended under the tenth article of treaty of October twenty-eighth, eighteen Vol.15,p.5¤6. hundred and sixty-seven, twenty thousand dollars; d Eur purchase of clothing, as per same article, twelve thousand 0 ars; - For pay of physician and teacher, as per thirteenth article of same treaty, two thousand dollars; For pay of carpeiiter, farmer, blacksmith, miller, and engineer, as pep same article, four thousand dollars; in all, thirty-eight thousand 0 lars. CHIOKASAWS. Ohickuawn. For permanent annuity, in goods, three thousand dollars. v·>i.1.p.¤1•. GIIPPEWAS OF THE MISSISSIPPI. M§:·1;;£:;¤ or m For fourth of ten installments of annuity, last series, t0·be paid to Chief Hole in the Day, or his heirs, per third article of treaty of VOI.9,p.NI. August second, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, and fifth article v»Lm,p.vzn. of treaty of March nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, one thousand dollars; For support of a school or schools upon said reservation, during the semen. Fgeasure ot the President, in accordance with third article of treaty of arch nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, four thousand dollars; in all, five thousand dollars. CHOCTAWS. Cboctaws. For permanent annuity, per second article of treaty of November six- t, P¤r¤¤¤¤¤¤¢ ¤¤¤¤i- teenth, eighteen hundred and five, and thirteenth article of treaty of 1%},1. ·:,p.so. gum: twenty-second, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, three thousand "°'· 1*: 1*-**1*- nllars; For permanent annuity for support of light horsemen, per thirteenth V¤!·’· M13- article of tn-uty of October eighteenth, eighteen hundred and twenty, and thirteenth article of treaty of June twenty-second, eighteen hun- V¤!-11.p-614- died and fifty-tive, six hundred dollars; For permanent annuity for support of blacksmith, per sixth article of V¤¤·"·m··¤¤¤»¤•· treaty nf October eighteenth, eighteen hundred and twenty, ninth article of treaty of January twentieth, eighteen hundred and twenty-tive, and thirteenth article of treaty of June twenty-second, eighteen hundred "°‘-“·P-°*‘· aind fifty-tive, six hundred dollars; For pernumeut annuity for education, per second and thirteenth nrticles of Inst two treaties named above, six thousand dollars; For permanent annuity for iron and steel, per ninth article of treaty V°l·’·*’·“°°· of January twentieth, eighteen hundred and twenty-five, and thirteenth v°1'u"'m‘ article of treaty of June twenty-see0ud, eighteen buudrul and fifty-ilve, three hundred mid twenty dollars; For interest on three hundred and ninety thousand two hundred and I°*°’°'*· fifty-seven dollars and ni¤ety-two cents, at live per centum per annum, for education, support of the government, and other beneficial purposes, under the direction of the general council of the Ohoctaws, in cenformity with the provisions contained in the ninth and thirteenth articles V¢•1·7»1>·¤°- of treaty of J nnuary twentieth, eighteen hundred and twenty-tive, and "°*·“·F°“~ treaty of June twenty-second, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, nineteen thousand five hundred and twelve dollars and eighty-nine cents; in all thirty thousand and thirty-two dollars and eighty-nine cents, CHIPPEWAS OF MINNESOTA, REIMBUBSABLE. ¤°S°::£P°"“ °f nh" Advance interest to the Chippewa Indians in Minnesota, as required ¢§fg5”f;_Q{f”'* by section seven of “An Act for the relief and civilization of the Chip-