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S. 1742For the relief of George C. Tanner, United States consul at Liege, To authorize Albert T. Stream, keeper of the life-saving station at Belgium,

Shoalwater Bay, Washington Territory, to accept a medal Passed Senate 326.

awarded to him by the British Government. S. 1668

Passed Senate 103. For the relief of George T. Dudley.

S. 1747 Reported back with amendment (S. REPORT 1240) 1547.

Granting a pension to Patrick O'Brian. S. 1671–

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1055) and indefinitely postponed 940. For the judicial ascertainment of the facts in private claims, and for s. 1751– other purposes.

To amend an act entitled "An act to provide a building for the use Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 229.

of the United States circuit and district courts of the United S. 1682

States, the post-office, internal-revenue offices, and other Govern

ment offices at Erie, Pa.," and making an additional appropriaTo enable the people of that part of the Territory of Dakota south of

tion therefor. the forty-sixth parallel of north latitude to form a constitution

Debated, amended, and passed House 1574, 1575.-Senate concurs in House and State government, and for the admission of the State into

amendments 1565.-Examined and signed 1055, 1707.-Approved by Presi. the Union on an equal footing with the original States, and for

dent 1886. other purposes.

S. 1758 Debated in Senate 103, 106-111, 141-147, 182–187, 234-238, 275, 279-282.–Passed

For the relief of Charles M. Blake, a chaplain in the United States Senate 282.-Referred to House Committee on Territories 1038, 1052,

Army. S. 1684–

Passed House 630.-Examined and signed 650, 688.- Approved by President For the relief of Clement A. Lounsberry. Reported back (S. REPORT 1024) 823.

S. 1776S. 1685

Granting a pension to James H. Reid.
For the relief of Edmund Wolf.

Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 1930.
Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed (S. REPORT 919) 302. S. 1780-
S. 1687

Granting a pension to Benjamin Goodwin. Authorizing the President to appoint and retire J. Madison Cutts as Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1056) and indefinitely postponed 940. a lieutenant-colonel of the United States Army.

S. 1789Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 1017.

For the relief of John 0. Donald. S. 1690—

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 937) and indefinitely post poned 466. To incorporate the Interoceanic Ship Railway Company, and for s. 1790other purposes.

Granting an increase of pension to Edgar L. Dutton. Withdrawn 136.

Reported back with amendment (S. REPORT 1040) 817.- Amended and S. 1695_

passed Senate 1372.-Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions

1528.-Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2516) 1656.-Passed House 1976, Relating to lands in Colorado lately occupied by the Uncompahgre 1986.-Examined and signed 2064, 2086.-Approved by President 2299. and White River Ute Indians.

S. 1791Debated in Senate 273.-Passed Senate 301.-Consideration in House objected to 2028.

Granting a pension to David G. Porter. S. 1700—

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 913) and indefinitely postponed 467. Toauthorize the appointment of three commissioners to visit the prin- s. 1793–

cipal countries of Central and South America for the purpose of To amend section 4434 of title 52 of the Revised Statutes of the collecting information looking to the extension of American trade United States, concerning commerce and navigation and the regand commerce, and the strengthening of friendly and mutually ulation of steam-vessels. advantageous relations between the United States and all the

Reported back with amendment, amended, and passed Senate 326.-Reother American nationalities.

ferred to House Committee on Commerce 377.-Reported back with

amendments (H. R. REPORT 2365) 986. -- Amended and passed House Indefinitely postponed 880.

1337.-Senate concurs in House amendment 1325.-Examined and signed S. 1703—

1407, 1450.--Approved by President 1563. Granting a pension to Robert Lisle.

S. 1796–
Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1292) and indefinitely postponed 1772. Granting a pension to James P. Roe.
S. 1705—

Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed (S. REPORT 929) 348. To provide for the issue of duplicate checks.

S. 1798Passed House 1539.--Examined and signed 1596, 1617.--Approved by Presi- For the relief of Edward L. Keyes. dent 1778.

Recommitted 319. S. 1709

S. 1800Granting a pension to Leonora A. Boyden.

For the relief of Edward Corning. Reported back with amendment (S. REPORT 1083) 1017.-Amended and

passed Senate 1373.-Referred to House Committee on Pensions 1529.--- Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed (S. REPORT 920) 302. Reported back 1974.--Passed House 1975, 1986.-Examined and signed

S. 18012061, 2086.-Approved by President 2299. S. 1725

Granting a pension to Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Rice. For the erection of a public building at Saratoga Springs, N. Y.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1109) and indefinitely postponed 1072. Consideration in House objected to 1841.

S. 1803S. 1731–

Granting an increase of pension to George A. Washburn.

Reported back with amendments (S. REPORT 1182) 1315.-Amended and Granting an increase of pension to Frances H. Downes.

passed Senate 1377.-Referred to House Committee on Invalid PenReported back adversely (S. REPORT 1087) and indefinitely postponed 1017.

sions 1528.---Reported back (H. R. REPORT 3576) 1804.-Passed House

1975, 1986.-Examined and signed 2064, 2086.-Approved by President S. 1733

2299. To provide for protecting the interests of the United States in respect s. 1804–

of any incumbrances on property wherein they have an interest. Recommitted to Senate Committee on Judiciary 37.

Granting a pension to Clarinda Hunt.

Reported back with amendment (S. REPORT 1181) 1315.-- Amended and S. 1739

passed Senate 1377.---Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions Granting a pension to the widow and children of the late Byram 1528.-Reported back (H. R. REPORT 35) 1663.-Passed House 1976,

1986.--Examined and signed 2061, 2086.-Approved by President 2299. Pitney. Reported back (S. REPORT 1194) 1476.-Passed Senate 2071.-Referred to s. 1805

House Committee on Invalid Pensions 2223.-Reported back 2265.-
Passed House 2267, 2276.-Examined and
signed 2324, 2327.-Approved by

Granting an increase of pension to Miles Barber.
President 2503.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1138) and indefinitely postponed 1193. S. 1810—

S. 1876For the erection of a public building at Sacramento, Cal.

Providing for an inspection of meats for exportation, prohibiting the Amended and passed House 2151.-Examined and signed 2178, 2203.-Ap

importation of adulterated articles of food or drink, and authorproved by President 2299.

izing the President to make proclamation in certain cases, and S. 1811

for other purposes.

Passed over in Senate 433.
Granting a pension to Anne T. Dicks.
Reported back (S. REPORT 1448) 2226. —Passed Senate 2238.-Referred to s. 1877—
Committee on Invalid Pensions 2265.-Reported back 2275.-Passed
House 2275, 2276.–Examined and signed 2324, 2327.-Approved by Pres-

Granting an increase of pension to John Hall. ident 2503.

Reported back (S. REPORT 1193) 1476.---Passed Senate 2069, 2071.--Referred

to Ilouse Committee on Invalid Pensions 2223.-Reported back 2205.--S. 1813–

Passed House 2266, 2276.-Examined and signed 2322, 2327.-Approved For the relief of Frank Schwartz.

by President 2503. Reported back adversely (S. Report 950) and indefinitely postponed 467. S. 1886S. 1820

To quiet title of settlers on the Des Moines River lands, in the State

of Iowa, and for other purposes. To provide for the ascertainment of claims of American citizens for

Debated in Senate 433, 798, 819, 878, 1148, 1281, 1480, 1513, 1550-1553, 1618, 1707spoliations committed by the French prior to the 31st day of

1712, 1730, 1731, 1773-1777, 1831, 1832, 1872-1876, 1933–1935, 1988, 2005, 2006.July, 1801.

Amended and passed Senate 2006. Passed Senate 106.-Debated and passed House 696-713.-Examined and

S. 1894signed 723, 736.- Approved by President 853. S. 1821

Granting a pension to Octavia A. Newhall.

Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 2226. To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to examine and adjust the claim of 0. W. Streeter for moneys expended and services per

S. 1899 formed in taking the census of Dakota in 1860.

Granting an increase of pension to James M. Blades. Passed House 249,628.--Examined and signed 630, 683.- Approved by Presi- Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1132) and indefinitely postponed 1193 dent 918.

S. 1901S. 1823—

For the relief of William H. Whiting. Granting a pension to Ebenezer K. Marden.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 968) and indefinitely postponed 506. Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 446.-Reported back

(II. R. REPORT 2286) 765.- Passed House 1356, 1361.-Examined and signed S. 1909– 1408, 1450.- Approved by President 1613.

Granting the right of way over the public lands in Alabama to the S. 1825

Gulf and Chicago Air Line Railway Company, and for other purFor the relief of Martha Turner.

poses. Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 1051 (see bill H. R. Referred to Flouse Committee on Public Lands 250. 2722).

S. 1911S. 1836—

For the relief of Duncan L. Clinch, of the State of Georgia. Granting a pension to Sarah Hague.

Passed House 2266.-Examined and signed 2324, 2327.--Approved by Presi. Reported back (S. REPORT 1277) 1614.--Passed Senate 2073.-Referred to

dent 2503. House Committee on Invalid Pensions 2223.-Reported back 2266. Passed House 2270, 2276.-Examined and signed 2324, 2327.-Approved by

S. 1915President 2503.

To remove the disabilities of James D. Johnston, of Georgia, incurred S. 1837

under the fourteenth amendment of the Constitution. For the relief of George P. Howe.

Passed House 1701, 1986.-Examined and signed 2064, 2006.–Approved by

President 2135. Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1111) and indefinitely postponed 1072.

S. 1921S. 1838–

Authorizing the Secretary of War to adjust and settle the account For the erection of a public building at Akron, Ohio.

for arms, ammunition, and accouterments between the Territory Amended and passed Senate 232.

of Montana and the United States. S. 18394

Passed Senate 36,
For the erection of a public building at Chattanooga, Tenn.

S. 1927--
Debated and passed House 1801, 1802, 1810.-Examined and signed 1937, 1959. Granting a pension to 0. F. Miller.
Approved by President 2135.

Reported back adversely (S. Report 1075) and indefinitely postponed 1017. S. 1951

S. 1941--For the relief of Julia A. Nutt, widow and executrix of Haller Nutt, deceased.

Declaratory of the meaning of section 3 of the act of June 16, 1882,

for the relief of Howard University. Passed over in Senate 273, 351.

Reported back (S. REPORT 1002) 743. S. 1854

S. 1947– Granting a pension to William D. Esley.

To authorize the appointment of a commission by the President of Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed (S. Report 1006) 743.

the United States to run and mark the boundary lines between S. 1855

a portion of the Indian Territory and the State of Texas, in conGranting a pension to John F. Hickey.

nection with a similar commission to be appointed by the State

of Texas. Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1308) and indefinitely postponed 1772. — Placed on Calendar 1893.

Indefinitely postponed 851, 852. S. 1858–

S. 1949To increase the pension of Henrietta A. Lewis, widow of Capt. Rob- Granting a pension to Elise Burki. ert F. R. Lewis, United States Navy.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1103) and indefinitely postponed 1072. Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 446.-Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2290) 765.

S. 1951S. 1860—

Granting a pension to Martin Bever. For the relief of Richard Phønix.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1081) and indefinitely postponed 1017. Indefinitely postponed 880.

S. 1955S. 1863–

Authorizing the Secretary of War to loan to the Richland Volunteer For the relief of Robert C. Murphy.

Rifle Company, of Columbia, S. C., fifty breech-loading Spring: Reported back (S. REPORT 932) 426.

field rifles. S. 1869–

Reported back with amendment 1017. Granting a pension to Kate C. McDougal, widow of the late Com- s. 1957– * mander Charles J. McDougal.

Granting a pension to Henry W. Edens. Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed (8. REPORT 923) 348. Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1305) and indefinitely postponed 1772. 8. 1960—

S. 2045– For the relief of Mary Howard Farquhar.

For the relief of the Eastern Presbyterian church in the District of Reported back with amendment (S. REPORT 1258) 1613.- Amended and Columbia.

passed Senate 2073.-Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 2223.-Reported back adversely and laid on table 2266, 2273.

Passed House 638.-Examined and signed 680, 683.- Approved by Presi

dent 948. 8. 1961

S. 2046Supplementary to an act approved June 19, 1878, giving to the Court

For the relief of Rittenhouse Moore, of Alabama. of Claims jurisdiction of the Caldera claims upon the Chinese indemnity fund.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 995) and indefinitely postponed 682. Reported back adverselyond indefinitely postponed 427.

S. 2048— S. 1963—

Granting a pension to Elizabeth Templeton.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1104) and indefinitely postponed 1072. For the relief of J. G. Fell, Edward Harper, and George Burnham. Reported back (S. REPORT 1441) 2176.-Recommitted to Senate Committee

S. 2050— on Indian Affairs 2280.

For the relief of Mrs. Eliza Clark. S. 1969—

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 963) and indefinitely postponed 505. Granting a pension to William T. West.

S. 2052— Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1078) and indefinitely postponed 1017. Granting a pension to William Gieseking. 8. 1972

Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 1072. For the relief of Edway A. Grant.

S: 2056— Indefinitely postponed 1479.

Granting an increase of pension to James M. Blades. 8. 1995

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1132) and indefinitely postponed 1193.

S. 2057-
Granting a pension to John R. Hurd.
Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1199) and indefinitely postponed 1477.

Granting a pension to Margaret Beymer.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1249) and indefinitely postponed 1613. 8. 1997–

S. 2061To increase the pension of Louis J. Sacriste.

To authorize the construction of bridges across the Mississippi River, Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1397) and indefinitely postponed 2061.

one within the State of Minnesota and one between the States 6. 1999–

of Minnesota and Wisconsin. For the relief of John K. Le Baron.

Passed House 630.-Examined and signed 680, 683.- Approved by Presi

dent 947. Reported back (S. REPORT 1239) 1517.

S. 2068– S, 2004

To increase the pension of William Baldwin. For the relief of W. H. Tibbits.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1127) and indefinitely postponed 1193. Debated and passed Senate 851, 852.

S. 2074– S. 2009

For the relief of Mary Howard Farquhar.
Granting a pension to Isabella Turner.

Indefinitely postponed (S. REPORT 1258) 1613 (sce bill S. 1960).
Reported back (S. REPORT 1139) 1193.—Passed Senate 1374.-Referred to S. 2077 -
House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1528.-Reported back with amend-
ment (H. R. REPORT 2531) 1656. -Amended and passed House 1979, 1986.-

Granting a pension to M. A. Jones.
Senate concurs in House amendment 2007, 2116, 2127.-Examined and Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed (S. REPORT 922) 348.

signed 2178, 2203. - Approved by President 2299. S. 2010

S. 2082Granting a pension to John S. Williams.

Granting a pension to George W. Nokes. Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1129) and indefinitely postponed 1193.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1032) 817. Placed on Calendar 1366.

S. 20838. 2022

For the relief of Fannie R. Giltner. To establish a postal-telegraph system.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1018) 744.
Passed over in Senate 879.

S. 2084—
S. 20284
Granting a pension to Sarah M. Bissell.

To amend chapter 464 of the acts of the first session of the Forty

seventh Congress, entitled “An act to provide for a public buildReported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 1930.

ing at the city of Fort Wayne, in the State of Indiana.” S. 2031

Passed Senate 1478. --Debated and passed House 2088, 2090.– Examined and To declare a forfeiture of lands granted to the New Orleans, Baton

signed 2118, 2144.-Approved by President 2299. Rouge and Vicksburg Railroad Company, and for other purposes.

S. 2087– Reported back with amendment 422.

For the relief of Henry Frank. S. 2034

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1390) and indefinitely postponed 1987. To remove the political disabilities of Alfred Iverson.

S. 2094—
Passed House 1657.-Examined and signed 1685, 1728.-Approved by Pres. To remove the political disabilities of Louis Marquart.

Reported back and indefinitely postponed 942. $. 2035—

S. 2099_
To establish a court of appeals.
Debated in Senate 880-883.

To amend section 4078 of the Revised Statutes.

Passed over in Senate 819. S. 2040

S. 2112, For the relief of Capt. Andrew W. Johnson.

To establish a commission to regulate interstate commerce, and for Reported back (S. REPORT 1070) 981.

other purposes. S. 2041–

Debated in Senate 51, 52, 306, 313, 328-331, 354-359, 436-445, 472, 482, 513-519,547,

551, 567--577, 651-662, 686–694, 723, 750–762, 798, 799-810 (see bill H. R.5461). Granting the right of way to the city of Newport, R. I., oper the breakwater at Goat Island.

S. 2114Passed House 218.-Examined and signed 296, 299.-- Approved by Presi- Granting a pension to Alonzo Raymond. dent 389.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1198) and indefinitely postponed 1477. S. 2043— For the relief of Maria L. Strong.

S. 2115— Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1386) 1930, 2061.–Passed over in Sen.

For the relief of Abraham Van Assum. ate 2079.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1205) and indefinitely postponed 1477.

ident 1886.

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S. 2117

S. 2168– For the relief of Mathilda Victer.

For the relief of the executrix of Ayres P. Merrill. Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1096) and indefinitely postponed 1036. Passed House 1299, 1333.-Examined and signed 1353, 1367.- Approved by S. 2119

President 1618. For the relief of Dudley D. Smith in his own right and as adminis

S. 2169/ trator of Whitcomb Smith.

To place Ulysses S. Grant, late General of the Army of the United Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 904) and indefinitely postponed 134.

States, upon the retired-list of the Army. S. 2123—

Motion to suspend rules and pass bill debated and rejected 1757-1761. To amend an act entitled "An act to aid in the construction of a

S. 2171– railroad and telegraph line from the Missouri River to the Pacific To promote efficiency of the revenue-marine service. Ocean, and to secure to the Government the use of the same for Reported back 914. postal, military, and other purposes," approved July 1, 1862; s. 2175_ also to amend an act approved July 2, 1864, and also an act approved May 7, 1878, both in amendment of said first-mentioned

Granting a pension to George W. Eagles. act; and to provide for a settlement of the claims growing out of

Indefinitely postponed 2061 (see bill H. R. 6948). the issue of bonds to aid in the construction of certain of said S. 2177— railroads, and to secure to the United States the payment of all indebtedness of certain of the companies therein mentioned.

Granting a pension to Henry Radford.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1247) and indefinitely postponed 1613. Referred to the Senate Committee on Judiciary 68.

S. 2180
S. 2125-
Granting a pension to Sarah Jane Prince.

For the relief of the trustees of the Christian Brothers' College of

Saint Louis, Mo.
Reported back (S. REPORT 1335) 2061.–Passed Senate 2079.-Referred to
House Committee on Invalid Pensions 2223.-Reported back 2265.-

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1067) 981.
Passed House 2268, 2276.-Examined and signed 2324, 2327.- Approved s. 2193–

by President 2503. s. 2128

Granting a pension to Ferdinand Hercher.

Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 2226. Granting a pension to James McLaughlin.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1197) and indefinitely postponed 1477. S. 2194— S. 2138

For the relief of George A. Curden. Granting a pension to Nancy. S. Daniels.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1073) and indefinitely postponed 1017. Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1130) and indefinitely postponed 1193. S. 2200-8. 2139–

To place the name of R. W. Duncan on the pension-roll.
To remove the political disabilities of E. P. Alexander, of Georgia. Reported back and indefinitely postponed 466.
Passed House 1657.-Examined and signed 1685, 1728. — Approved by Pres. s. 2202—

ident 1896. 8. 2148—

Granting a pension to Alice Warfield. Granting a pension to William A. Penfield.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1286) and indefinitely postponed 1772. Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1269) and indefinitely postponed 1614. S. 2204— 8. 2149—

Granting arrears of pension to Nancy B. Leach. Authorizing suits for damages in cases of death caused by the wrong

Reported back (S. REPORT 1014) 744.-Debated and passed Senate 1370,

1371.-Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1528.-Reported ful act, neglect, or default of a person or corporation in the Dis- back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2571) and laid on table 1803, 1983. trict of Columbia.

S. 2210—
Indefinitely postponed 982 (see bill H. R. 7131).
S. 2151-

Granting a pension to Elizabeth Barker.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1323) and indefinitely postponed 1772. For the relief of William H. Davis, of Oakland, Cal. Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 955) and indefinitely postponed 505.

S. 22128. 2153—

For the relief of John R. Harrington.

Reported back with amendment (S. REPORT 1428) 2061.
Granting a pension to Benjamin F. Brockett.
Reported back (S. REPORT 1394) 2061.- Passed Senate 2079.-Referred to

S. 2222–
House Committee on Invalid Pensions 2223.-Reported back 2266.-
Passed House 2269, 2276.-Examined and signed 2324, 2327.- Approved

Granting a pension to James H. Reid. by the President 2503.

Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 1930. S. 2154–

S. 2223– To prevent the acquisition of real property by aliens, and for other

Granting a pension to Lemuel J. Bennett. purposes.

Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 2279.
Reported back with amendments 2027.
S. 2156-

S. 2231-
Granting a pension to Corydon Millard.

Granting a pension to Mrs. Kate A. Drummond.

Reported back (S. REPORT 973) 560.- Passed Senate 1370.-- Referred to Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1268) and indefinitely postponed 1614.

House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1528.-Reported back 1656.-

Passed House 1662, 1663.-Examined and signed 1685, 1728.--Approved S. 2158—

by President 1945. Granting an increase of pension to Jesse S. Harrold.

S. 2242—
Reported back (S. REPORT 1125) 1193.-Passed Senate 1373.-Referred to
House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1528.-Reported back 1656. -

Granting a pension to Mary E. Crimmins, widow of Patrick Crim. Passed House 1662, 1663.-Examined and signed 1685, 1728.-Approved

mins. by President 1945.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1273) 1614. S. 2160—

S. 2245— Granting a pension to Robert Walker.

Granting a pension to William N. Morris. Reported back (S. REPORT 1157) 1315.—Passed Senate 1374.-Referred to Reported back (S. REPORT 1230) 1477.-Passed Senate 2072.-Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1528.

House Committee on Invalid Pensions 2223.-Reported back 2265.S. 2161–

Passed House 2266, 2276.-Examined and signed 2324, 2327.- Approved

by President 2503. Granting a pension to Harvey Crane. Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1167) and indefinitely postponed 1315.

S. 2246— 8. 2162

To provide for the purchase of additional land for the uses of the Granting an increase of pension to Julia M. Michler, widow of Lieut.

public building in the city of New Bedford, State of Massachu

setts. Col. Nathaniel Michler, deceased.

Passed House 1752.-Examined and signed 1821, 1828.- Approved by Pres Reported back adversely (S. Report 1103) and indefinitely postponed 1052.

ident 2083.

S. 2255—

S. 2305For the relief of Harriet L. Stevens.

For the relief of Frederick Schwatka. Indefinitely postponed 2061 (see bill H. R. 7002).

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1131) 1193. S. 2258—

S. 2312 Granting a pension to Martha Bates.

Granting condemned cannon to McPherson Post, No. 16, Grand Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed (S. REPORT 930) 348.

Army of the Republic, of Ohio. S. 2262–

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 909) and indefinitely postponed 267. Granting a pension to Sedate P. Martin.

S. 2313-. Reported back (8. REPORT 1261) 1613.-Passed Senate 2073.-Referred to To remove the charge of desertion from the military record of George House Committee on Invalid Pensions 2223.-Reported back 2266.

W. Rager. Debated, amended, and passed House 2270–2272, 2276.--Senate concurs in House amendment 2281.-Examined and signed 2324,2347.-Approved

Reported back (S. REPORT 910) and placed on Calendar 267. by President 2503.

S. 2314S. 2263–

For the relief of the legal representatives of Aquilla Lockwood. Granting a pension to Abel J. Lewis.

Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed (S. REPORT 903) 134. Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 817.

S. 23166. 2267

Granting a pension to Mrs. Cordelia Brainerd Thomas. For the relief of Capt. W. J. Lyster.

Reported back (S. REPORT 1362) 1930.- Amended and passed Senate 2078.Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 1772.

Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 2223.-Reported back

2265. - Amended and passed House 2267, 2276. -Senate concurs in House 8. 2268

amendment 2284.-Examined and signed 2324, 2327.-Approved by Prese

ident 2503,
For the relief of Robert J. Ballort.
Reported back (S. REPORT 1271) 1614.-Passed Senate 2073.-Referred to

S. 2322–
House Committee on Invalid Pensions 2223.-Reported back 2266. --
Passed House 273, 2276.-Examined and signed 2324, 2327.- Approved

Granting a pension to Mrs. Margaret Abbett. by President 2503.

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 940) and indefinitely postponed 467. S. 2269

S. 2326 To extend the provisions of the act of June 10, 1880, entitled "An

For the relief of Margaret T. Dugan. act to amend the statutes in relation to immediate transportation Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 905) and indefinitely postponed 134. of dutiable goods, and for other purposes,” to the port of Omaha, s. 2327– in the State of Nebraska.

For the relief of James Bedell, sr. Passed Senate 229, 420.

Reported back (8. REPORT 949) 467.- Passed Senate 1370.-Reported to S. 22724

House Committee on Invalid Pensions 1528. --Reported back with amend,

ment (H. R. REPORT 3515) 1656.-- Amended and passed House 1979, 1981) Granting a pension to Andrew Franklin, alias Andrew McKee.

1986.- Referred to Senaté Committee on Pensions 2007.-Senate concurs Reported back with amendments (S. REPORT 1062) 940.- Amended and

in House amendment 2062.-Examined and signed 2099, 2118.-Approved passed Senate 1372.-Referred to House Committee on Pensions 1528.

by President 2299. Reported back 1975.---Amended and passed House 1983, 1986.-Examined | S. 23424

and signed 2064, 2086.-Approved by President 2299. S. 22734

Declaratory of the meaning of the act entitled “An act for the re

lief of Maria Syphax." Granting a pension to George W. Margrove.

Reported back and passed Senate 1478. Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1322) and indefinitely postponed 1772.-Placed on Calendar 1893.

S. 2348 S. 2278

To authorize the increase of the capital stock of the First National Correcting the military record of Wickliffe Cooper, deceased, late Bank of Omaha, Nebr. major Seventh Cavalry, brevet colonel United States Army.

Passed House 203.- Examined and signed 472, 483.- Approved by President Passed House 1120.--Examined and signed 1276, 1281.-Becomes law with

653. out approval of President 1886.

S. 2350— S. 2279

Granting a pension to Anna Ginn. Granting a pension to Lewis L. Canady.

Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensións 446.-Reported back Reported back (S. REPORT 1320) 1772. ---Passed Senate 2075.-Referred to (H. R. RRPORT 2352) 963.- Passed House 1976, 1986.-Examined and signed House Committee on Invalid Pensions 2223.-Reported back 2265.

2064, 2086.--Approved by President 2299. Passed House 2267, 2276.-Examined and signed 2324, 2327.-Approved by President 2503.

S. 2355_ S. 2280—

To amend an act entitled “An act to grant a right of way for a railFor the relief of Mrs. Jane Venable.

road and telegraph line through the lands of the Choctaw and Passed House 283.-Examined and signed 306, 322.- Approved by Presi

Chickasaw Nations of Indians to the Saint Louis and San Franident 424.

cisco Railway Company, and for other purposes." S. 2282

Reported back 302. For the relief of John Johnson.

S. 2359 Indetinitely postponed (S. REPORT 976) 560 (see bill H. R. 2920).

Granting a pension to M. Louise Butler. S. 2295—

Reported back (S. REPORT 1451) 2226.

Amended and passed Senate 2238.

Referred to House Committee on Invalid Pensions 2265.
To grant a right of way to the New Orleans and Mississippi Valley
Railroad Company for the construction of a railroad and tele-

S. 2363— graph line through the United States public grounds at Baton To declare a forfeiture of lands granted to the State of Michigan to Rouge, La.

did in the construction of a railroad from Little Bay de Noquet Reported back (S. REPORT 1072) 1017.

to Marquette and thence to Ontonagon, and for other purposes. 6. 2296

Recommitted to Senate Committee on Public Lands 686. For the relief of Thomas A. McLaughlin.

S. 2365— Reference changed to Senate Committee on Claims 67.—Reported back For the relief of First Lieut. Augustus R. Egbert, Second Regiment with amendment (S. REPORT 959) 505.

United States Infantry. S. 2297

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1124) and indefinitely postponed 1193. To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Saint Croix River at the most accessible point between Stillwater and Taylor's

S. 2366— Falls, Minn.

For the relief of Joseph W. Parish. Amended and passed Senate 36.

Reported back (S. REPORT 1327) 1829.-Passed over in Senate 2481. S. 2302

S. 2367 —
Granting a pension to John Lowe.

Granting a pension to Sarah A. White.
Reported back (S. REPORT 1221) 1477.-Passed Senate 2072.-Referred to
House Committee on Invalid Pensions 2223.--Reported back 2265.-

Reported back (S. REPORT 1349) 1930.-Passed Senato 2077.--Referred to

House Committee on Invalid Pensions 2223.-Reported back 2265.Passed House 2267, 2276.--Examined and signed 2324, 2327.-Approved

Passed House 2267, 2276.-Examined and signed 2324, 2327.-Approved by by President 2503.

President 2503.

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