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CONGRESSIONAL RECORD: 



CONTAINING 



THE PEOCEEDIIGS AID DEBATES 



OF THE 



FIFTY-FIFTH COI^GRESS, THIRD SESSION. 



VOLUME XXXII. 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1899. 



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CONG-EESSIONAL EECOED. 



FIFTY-FIFTH CONGRESS, THIRD SESSION. 



FROM DECEMBER 5, 1898, TO MARCH 4, 1899. 



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NAMES AND POST-OFFICE ADDEESSES 



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SENATORS 



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THIRD SESSION OF THE FIFTY-FIFTH CONGRESS, 



Garret A. Hobart, Vice-President, Paterson, N. J. 
WiLLLAM P. Fryb, President pro tempore, Lewiston, Me. 



Name. 


Home post-office. 


Name. 


Home post-office. 


Aldrich, Nelson W 


Providence, R. I. 
Madison, Nebr. 
Dubuque, Iowa. 
Macon, Ga. 
Leavenworth, Eans. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
Bentonville, Ark. 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Elliot, N. C. 
Franklin, La. 
Ogden, Utah. 
Helena, Mont. 
Concord, N. H. 
Tyler, Tex. 
Evanston, Wyo. 
Marietta, Ga. 
Warrensburg, Mo. 
Springfield, 111. 
Lynchburg, Va. 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Marion, Ky. 
Elkins, W. Va. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Martinsburg, W. Va. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Lewiston, Me. 
Concord, N. H. 
Burlington, Iowa. 
Laurel, Md. 
Wilmington, Del. 
Ellsworth, Me. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Devils Lake, N. Dak. 
Lin wood, Kans. 
Hartford, Conn. 
Lewiston, Idaho. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Washington, Ark. 
Goldhill, Nev. 
Dover, Del. 
Aberdeen, S. Dak. 
Frankfort, Ky. 
Nahant, Mass. 
St. Helens, Oreg. 
New Orleans, La. 
Bennettsville, S. C. 


McMillan. James , . 


Detroit Mich 


Allen, William V 


Malloiy, Stephen H 


Pensacola, Fla. 
Butte, Mont. 
Scottsville. Va. 


Allison, Willif^TTi B 


Mantle, Lee 


Bacon, Augustas O 


Martin, Thomas S 


Baker, Lncien , 


Mason, William E 


Chicago, HI. 
Corsicana, Tex. 
Milwaukee. W^is. 


Rate, WilliJ^TTi B , , _ 


Mills, Roger Q , 

Mitchell, John L _ . „ 


Berry, James H 


Burrows, Julius C 


Monev, H. De Soto 


Carrollton Miss. 


Butler, Marion 


MftTgan, John T 


Selma. Ala. 


Caffery , Donelson _ 


Morrill, Justin S.* 


Strafford Vt 


Cannon, Frank J_. _ 


Murphy, Edward, jr 


Troy,N. Y. 
Alexandrifl. Mititi- 


Carter, Thomas H 


Nelson, Knute 


Chanel l^r, Willi ftTTf> R , . 


Pasco. Samuel 


Monticello Fla 


Chilton, Horace - 


Penrose, Boies 


Philadelphia, Pa. 
Oakland. Cal. 


Clark, Clarence D 


Perkins, George C 


Clay, Alexander S 


Pettigrew, Richard F 


Sioux Falls, S. Dak. 
Selma. Ala. 


rior^lrrpll, Fi^ncij^ Af 


Pettus, Edmund W- .- . 


Cullom, Shelby M 


Piatt, OrvilleH 


Meriden. Conn. 


Daniel, John W 


Piatt, Thomas C. 


Owego, N.Y. 
Marshall, N.C. 


Davis, Cushman K 


Pritchard, Jeter C 


Deboe, William J. .... 


Proctor, Redfield 


Proctor, Vt. 
Beaver. Pa. 


Elkins, Stephen B . . - 


Quay, Matthew S 


Fairbanks,'Charles W 


Rawlins, Joseph L 


Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Larimore. N. Dak. 


Faulkner, Charles J 


Roach, WilliflTTi N 


Fnraker, Joseph B 


Ross, Jonathan^... 

SeWell, William J 


St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
Camden, N. J. 


Frye, William P ... 


O-ftllinger, Jac^b H 


Shoup, George L 


Boise. Idaho. 


Gear, John H 


Simon, Joseph 


Portland, Oreg. 
Newark, N. J. 


Gorman, Arthur P 


Smith, James, jr 


Grav. G^eorcre 


Spooner, John C . , 


Madison. W^is. 


Hale, Eugene 


Stewart, William M 


Carson City. Nev. 
Oxford, Miss. 


HaTinft, Mftrcuf=« A - 


Sullivan, Will V .. .. 


Hansbrough, Henry C 


Teller, Henry M 


Central City, Colo. 
Omaha, Ne^r. 


Harris, Willift"i A 


Thurston, John M _ _ 


Hawley, Joseph R 


Tillman, Benjamin R 


Trenton. S. C 


Heitfeld, Henry 


Turley, Thomas B. . ..... 


Memphis, Tenn. 
Spokane, Wash. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Sweet Springs, Mo. 
Cheyenne, Wyo. 
Cumberland, Md. 


Hoar, George F 


Turner, George 

Turpie, David 


Jones, James K 


Jmips, John P 


Vest, George G 

Warren, Francis E 


Kenney, Richard R 


Kyle, James H 


Wellington, George L 


Lindsay, William __ 


Wetmore, George P 


Newport, R. I. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Spokane, Wash. 


Lodge, Henry Cabot . 


White, Stephen M 


McBride, George W 


Wilson,JohnL 


McEnery, Samuel D 


Wolcott, Edward . . 


Denver. Colo. 


McLaunn, John L 











1 Died Deoember 33, 1333. 



'Appointed in place of Justin S. Morrill, deceased. 



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NAMES AKD POST-OFFIOE ADDEESSES 



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EEPEE SENT ATI VES AND DELEGATES 



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THIRD SESSION OP THE PIPTY-PIPTH CONGRESS. 



Thomas B. Rbbd, Speaker, Portland, Me. 



Name. 


Home post-office. 


Name. 


Home post-office. 


Acheflon. Ernest F . 


Washington, Pa. 
Philade:phia.Pa, 
CarroUton, Ga. 
Aldrich, Ala. 
Bnffalo, N. Y. 
Tnpelo, Miss. 
Dubois, Pa. 
Necedah, Wis. 
Gainesyille, Tez. 
Bastrop, La. 
BeUevflle, m. 
Aberdeen, Md. 
Huntsville, Tex. 
Fayette, Ala. 
Easton, Md. 
Santa Rosa. Cal. 
San Luis Obispo, CaL 
West Bend, Wis. 
Melrose, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Macon, G«. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Syracuse, N. Y. 
Riyerhead, N. Y. 
Chicago, ni. 
Montrose, Colo. 
Gfettysburg, Pa. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 
Neosho, Mo. 
Newport, Ky. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ludington, Mich. 
Lebanon, Mo. 
Paris, Mo. 
Baltimore.Md. 
Winfield, JKans. 
Chicago, 111. 
Bangor, Me. 
New York, N. Y. 
Brunswick, Qs. 
Dayton, Ohio. 
Hayneville, Ala. 
Rochester, N.Y. 
Holton, Kans. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Lancaster, Pa. 
New Iberia, Lai 
Lebanon, Ohio. 
Jonesboro, Tenn. 


Brucker, Ferdinand , ., 


Saginaw, E. 8.,Mich. 
Mmersville, Pa. 


Adflms. Robert, ir 


Bmmm .' Charles N 


Adamson, William C 


Brundidffe. Stephen, jr 


Searcy, Ark. 
Nevrport, R. I. 
Dallas, Tez.' 


Aldrich. William P 


Bull.Melville 


Alexander, De Alva S 


Burke, Robert E 


Allen, JfthnM 


Burleigh, Edwin C 


Augusta, Me. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 


Arnold. William 0. , , 


Burton. Theodore E _ 


Babcock. Joseph W 


Butler, Thoma^^S 


West Chester, Pa. 


Bailey. Joseph W 


Campbell. James B . r 


McLeansboro. 111. 


Baird, Samnel T 


Cannon , Joseph G 


Danville, HI. 


Baker, Jehu 


Capron, Adin B 


Stillwater, R. I; 


Baker^ WilliftT" B 




Memphis, TeiAi. 


Ball, ThoTPa«» H . 


Castle, Curtis H 


Merced, Cal. 


Bankhei^, John H 


Cfttcliings, Thomas C 


Vicksburg, Miss. 


Barber, Isaac A 


Chickenng, Charles A 


Copenhagen, N.Y. 
Newstead, Ky. 


Barham, John A 


Clardy, Join D.. 

Clark, Champ 


Barlow. Charles A ... . 


Bowling Gi*een, Mo. 


Barney, Samnel S 


rHftrlr', HamnAl M . 


Keokuk, Iowa. 


Barrett, Williani F 


Clarke, Frank G 


Peterboro, N. H. 


Barrows. Samnel J . 


Clayton, Henry D 


Eufaula, Ala. 


Bartholdt, Richard 


I>cnrftp, Hbarlen F. , . 


St. Joseph, Mo. 
Hudson, N. Y. 


Bartlett, Charles L . . , 


Cochrane. Aaron V, S. 


Beach, Clifton B 


CoddiTiflr James H 


Towanda, Pa. 


Belden, James J . . -. 


Colson,T!>avid G 


Middlesboro, Ky. 
Scranton, Pa. 


Belford, Joseph M 


C^npeH, William . ._.... 


Belknap, Hngh R 


Cminfiliy, James A 


Springfield, IlL 
MarshalLMo. 


Bell, John C 


Cooney, James . . 


Benner, George J , 


Cooper. Henry A - -. . 


Racine, ^ia. 


Bennett, Charles G 


Cnnper, Sam H ..... 


Beaumont, Tez. 


Benton, MffM^nasE . . .... 


Cor tisfl ' John B . . , 


Detroit, Mich. 


Berry. Albert 8 


(InnftinA. Rnhftrf. O- 


Tipton, Iowa. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Franklin, Tenn. 


Bing lam, Henir H .... 


nnwher^, William ^ . . 


Bis£fop, Boswelf P- 


Cox. Nicholas N 


Bi|i^n^ , Richard P 


Cran'^rd, John W.* . . . 


Sulphur Springs. Tez. 


BndinA.RfthflrtN 


Crump, Rosseau , ,. 


West Bay City, Mich. 


Bocwfe, William R 


Crumpacker, E, D 


Valparaiso, Ind. 


Bntlnn, Jeremiah n . 


fhrmmiTiMj Atnos J. . 


New York, N.Y. 


BonteU, Henry S 


f>irti8, P?KftrlAS 


Clinton, Iowa. 


Bontelle, Charles A . __ 


Curtis, George M 


Bradley, Thomas J 


nal7.All, John , 


Pittsburg, Pa. 


Brantley, William G 


Danford, Lorenzo 


St. Clairsville, Ohio 


Br^TinAr John L . 


Davenport, S. A 


Erie, Pa. 


BrftWfti', Willift 


Davey, Robert C 


New Orleans, La. 


Brewster, Henry C .-.--. 


Daviason, James H 


Oshkosh, Wis. 


Broderick, Case 


Davis, Robert W 


Palatka, Fla. 


Bromwell, Jacob H . . 


Davison, George M 


Stanford, Ky. 


Brosins, Marriott 


Dayton, Alston G 


Philippi, W. Va. 


Bronssard, Robert F 


De Armond, David A 


Butler, Mo. 


Brown, SethW 


De Graffenreid, R. C 


Longview, Tez. 
Stockton, Cal. 


Brownlow, Walter P 


De Vries, Marion 



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LIST OF MEMBERS. 



Names and poat-offlce addresses of Members and Delegates of the House of Representatives^Contmned, 



Diok, Charles^ 

Dingley , Nelson « 

Dinsmore, Hugh A 

Dockery, Alexander M- 
DolliVer, Jonathan P. _ 

Dorr, Charles P 

Dovener, Blackburn B. 

Driggs, Edmnnd H 

Eddy, Frank M- 



Elliott, William 

Ellis, WiUiamB 

Ermentront, Daniel 

Evans, Walter 

Faris, Gkorgo W 

Fenton, Lucien J 

Fischer, Israel F 

Fitzgerald, John F_ 

Fitzpatrick, Thomas Y 

Fleming, William H 

Fletcher, Loren 

Foote, Wallace T.,jr 

Foss,GteorgeEdmmid 

Fowler, Charles N 

Fowler, John E 

Fox, Andrew F 

GkonBS, John Wesley 

Gardner, John J---. 

Gibson, Henry R.*. 

GiUet, Charles W 

Gillett, Frederick H 

Graff, Joseph V..^ 

Graham, William H.» 

Greene, William L 

Greene, William S 

Griffin, Michael 

Griffith, Francis M 

Griggs, JamesM 

Grosvenor , Charles H 

Grout, William W 

Grow, GalushaA 

Gunn, James ^ 

nager,AlyaL 

Hamilton, Edward Ij 

Handy, Levin Irving 

Harmer, Alfred C — 

Hartman, Charles S 

Hawlev, R. B 

Hay, James 

Heatwole, JoelP 

Hemenway, James A ._ 

Henderson, David B 

Henry, Charles L 

Henry, E. Stevens 

Henry, Patrick 

Henry, Robert L r 

Hepburn, William P 

Hicks, JosiahD 

Hilbom, Samuel G 

Hill, Ebenezer J 

Hinrichsen, William H 

Hitt, Robert R 

Hopkins, Albert J 

Howard, Milford W 

Howard, William M 

Howe, James R 

Howell, Benjamin F 

Hull, John A. T 

Hunter, Andrew J.. 

Hurley, Denis M.* 

Jenkins, John J ._ 

Jett, Thomas M 

Johnson, Henry U-— 

Johnson, Martin N.. 

Jones, William A 

Jones, William C 

Joy,CharlesF 

Kelley, John E 

Kerr, Winfield S 



Akron, Ohio. 
Lewiston, Me. ^ 
FwivU/Bviile, J^k. 
GaRstin, Mo. 
Fort Dodge, Iowa. 
Addison, W. Va. 
Wheeling, W. Va, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Glen wood, Minn. 
iBeanfort, S. C. 
Heppner, Oreg. 
Reading, Pa. 
Louisville, Ky. 
Terre Haute, Lid. 
Winchester, Ohio. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Boston, Mass. 
Prestonsbnrg, Ky. 
Augusta, Ga. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 
Port Henry, N. Y. 
Chicago, ni. 
Elizabeth, N. J. 
Clinton, N. C. 
Westpoint, Miss. 
Nashville, Teim. 
Atlantic City, N. J. 
Knoxville, Tenn. 
Addison, N. Y. 
Springfield, Mass. 
Pekin, HI. 
Allegheny, Pa. 
Kearney, Nebr. 
Fall River, Maas. 
Eau Claire, Wis. 
Vevay, Ind. 
Dawson, Gha. 
Athens, Ohio. 
Barton, Vt. 
Glen wood. Pa. 
Boise, Idaho. 
Greenfield, Iowa. 
Niles, Mich. 
Newark, Del. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bozeman, Mont. 
Galveston, Tex. 
Madison, Ta. 
Northfield, Minn. 
BoonviHe, Ind. 
Dubuque, Iowa. 
Anderson, Ind. 
Rockville, Conn. 
Brandon, Miss. 
Waco, Tex. 
Clarinda, Iowa. 
Altoona, Pa. 
Oakland, Cal. 
NorwaJk, Conn. 
Jacksonville, m. 
Mount Morris, HI. 
Aurora, HI. 
Fort Payne, Ala. 
Lexington, Qa. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
New Brunswick, N. J. 
Des Moines, Iowa. 
Paris, HI. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Chippewa Falls, Wis. 
Hillsboro, HI. 
Richmond, Ind. 
Petersburg, N.Dak. 
Warsaw, va. 
Spokane, Waah. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Flandrean, S. Dak. 
Mansfield, Ohio. 



Ketcbam, John H 

Kinff, William H 

Kickpatetck, WiUiAm fi .... 

Kitchin, WiHiam W 

Kleberg, Rudolph 

Knowles, Freeman 

Knox, William S 

Kulp, Monroe H.__.* 

Lacey, JohnF 

Lamb, John 

Landis, Charles B 

Lanham, Samuel W. T 

Latimer, Asbury C 

Lawrence, George P 

Lentz, John J 

Lester, Rufus E 

Lewis, Elijah B 

Lewis, James Hamilton 

Linney, Romulus Z 

Littauer, Lucius N 

Little, John S 

Livingston, L. F 

Lloyd, James T 

Lorimer, William 

Loud, Eugene F 

Loudenslager, H. C 

Lover ing, William C— 

Low, PhUipB 

Ly brand, Archibald 

McAleer, William 

McCali, Samuel W_ 

McCleary, James T 

McClellan, George B. 

McCormick, N. S 

McCulloch, P. D 

McDonald, John 

McDoweU, John A 

McEwan, Thomas, jr 

Mclntire, William W 

McLain, Frank A.* 

McMillin, Benton*. 

McRae, Thomas C 

Maddox, JohnW _ 

M^uii-e, James G 

Mahany, Rowland B 

Mahon, Thaddeus M 

Mann, James R 

Marsh, Benjamin F 

Marshall, Gfeorge A 

Mai-tin, Charles H 

Maxwell, Samuel 

Meekison, David 

Mercer, David H 

Mesick, William S 

Meyer, Adolph 

Miers, Robert W 

Miller, Warren 

Mills, DanielW... 

Minor, Edward S 

Mitchell, John Murray 

Moody, William H 

Moon, John A 

Morris, Page 

Mudd, Sydney E 

Newlands, F. G 

Norton, James. 

Norton, James A 

Odell, Benjamin B., jr 

Ogden, Henry W 

Olmsted, MarlinE 

Osborne, John E • 

Otey,PeterJ _ 

Otjen,Theobold 

Overstreet, Jesse 

Packer, Horace B 

Parker, Richard W 

Payne, Sereno E 

Pearce, CharlesE 



Dover Plains, N. Y. 
Salt Lake City, Utah. 
£aston, Pa. 
Roxboro, N. C. 
Cuero, Tex. 
Doadwood, S. Dak. 
Lawrence, Mass. 
Shamokin, Pa. 
Oskaloosa, Iowa. 
Richmond, Va. 
Delphi, Ind. 
Weatherford, Tex. 
Belton, S. C. 
North Adams, Mass. 
Columbus, Ohio. 
Savannah, Ga. 
Montezuma, Ga. 
Seattle, Wash. 
Taylorsville, N. C. 
Gloversville, N. Y, 
Greenwood, Ark. 
Kings, Ga. 
Shelbyville, Mo. 
Chicago, HI. 
San Francisco, Cal. 
Paulsboro, N. J. 
Taunton, Mass. 
Ne w York , N. Y. 
Delaware, Ohio. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Winchester, Mass. 
Mankato, Minn. 
New York, N.Y. 
Phillipsburg, Kans. 
Marianna, Ark. 
Rockville, Md. 
MiUersburg, Ohio. 
Jersey City, N. J. 
Baltimore. Md. 
Gloster, Miss. 
Carthage, Tenn. 
Prescott, Ark. 
Rome, Ga. 
San Francisco, CaL 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Chambersburg, Pa. 
Chicago, m. 
Warsaw, HI. 
Sidney, Ohio. 
Polkton, N. C. 
Fremont, Nebr. 
Napoleon, Ohio. 
Omaha, Nebr. 
Mancelona, Mich. 
New Orleans, La. 
Bloomington, Ind. 
Jackson, W. Va. 
Chicago, 111. 
Sturgeon Bay, Wis. 
New York, N. Y. 
Haverhill, Mass. 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Duluth, Minn. 
Laplata, Md. 
Reno, Nev. 
MuHins, S. C. 
Tiffin, Ohio. 
Newburg, N. T. 
Benton, La. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 
Rawlins, Wyo. 
Lynchburg, Va. 
Milwatikee, Wis. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Wellsboro, Pa. 
Newark, N. J. 
Auburn, N. Y. 
St. Louis, Mo. 



1 Blacted in idaoe of ^tepben A^^arfitma^, deoeaaed. 

s Died JanuaxT 13, 1809. 

* Elected in place of W. A Stone, resigned. 



4 Died Febrcory 20. l&K- 

•Elected in place of William F. Love, deceased. 

•Resigned January 10, 1899. 



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Names andpost-offloe oMresaes of Members and Delegates of the House of Representatives— Conimnod. 



Name. 


Home post-office. 


Name. 


Home post-office. 


Pearson. Bichmond 


Asheville, N. C. 
Sioux Citv, Iowa. 
Kansas City, Kans. 
Union City, Tenn. 
Morristown, N. J. 
Morrisville, Vt. 
Galesburg, 111. 
Vanceburg, Ky. 
New York, N. Y. 
Norwich, N. Y. 
Portland, Me. 
Streator, 111. 
Bussellville, Ky. 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 
Pittsburg, Kans. 
Brandy, V a. 
Perryville, Mo. 
Greensburg, Pa. 
Baton Bouge, La. 
Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Warsaw, Ind. 
Killingly, Conn. 
MayviUe, Wis. 
Bastrop, Tex. 
Owenton, Ky. 
Denver, Colo. 
New York, N. Y. 
Madisonville, Ohio. 
Houghton, Mich. 
Utica, N. Y. 
Chicora, Pa. 
Newton, N. C. 
Medicine Lodge, Kans. 
Linden, Tenn. 
Greenville, N. C. 
San Antonio, Tex. 
Hodgensville, Ky. 
Murphysboro, lU. 
PontiacMich. 
Grand Bapids, Mich. 
Port Austin, Mich. 
Toledo, Ohio. 
Albany, N. Y. 
Monroe, Mich. 
Tampa, Fla. 
New Haven, Conn. 
Bipley, Miss. 
Brookline, Mass. 
Greenville, Ala. 
Aurora, Nebr. 


Steele, G^eorfireW 


Marion, Ind. 
Vernon, Tex. 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Wausau, Wis. 
Paterson, N. J. 
Orangeburg, S. C. 
Warren, Pa. 
Lancaster, S. C. 
Lincoln, Nebr. 
ChapelhiU, N. C. 
Conneautville, Pa, 
Manchester, N. H. 
New York, N. Y. 
Nelson, Nebr. 
Chatham, Va. 
Parksville, S. C. 
Jasper, Ga. 
Winona, Minn. 
Lisbon, Ohio. 
Demopolis, Ala. 
Little Bock, Ark. 
Mecklenburg, Va. 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Hillsboro, Oreg. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
McGregor, Iowa. 
Cape Girardeau, Mo. 
Zanesville, Ohio. 
New York, N. Y. 
Clay Center, Kans. 
Gteneseo, N. Y. 
Wytheville, Va. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Norristown, Pa. 
Port Chester, N. Y, , 
Clinton, HI. 
Springfield, Ohio. 
Fitchburg, Mass. 
Paducah, Ky. 
Wheeler, Ala. 
Chicago, m. 
Tarboro, N. C. 
Oneonta, N. Y. 
Yazoo City, Miss. 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. 
Spartanburg, S. C. 
Williamsburg, Va. 
Staunton, Va. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Corydon, Ind. 




Perkins, George D 


Stephens, John H 




Peters, Mason S .-. 


Stevens, Frederick C 




Pierce, Bice A 


Stewart, Alexander 




Pitney, Mahlop * , _ _ _ 


Stewart, James F - 




Powers. H. Henrv 


Stokes, J. William ..-. 




Prince, George W 


Stone, Charles W 




Pugh, Samue J . . . . _ 


Strait, Thomas J 




Quigg, Lemuel E 


Strode. Jesse B 




Bav. Q^orire W -- 


Strowd, William F 




Beed. Thomas B 


Sturtevant, John C 




Beeves, Walter 


Sulloway, Cyrus A 




Bhea, John S 


Sulzer, tVilliam . . ....... . 




Bichardson, James T). . . 


Sutherland, B. D 

Swanson, Claude A 




Bidgely, Edwin B 




Bixev. John F ....... 


Talbert, W. Jasper . _ . . 




Bobb, Edward 


Tate. Parish C 




Bobbins, Edward E 


Tawney , James A 




Bobertson, Samuel M 


Tayler, Bobert W 




Bobinson, James M.., 


Taylor, George W 




Boyse, Lemuel W 


Terry, William L 




Bussell, Charlea A . . 


Thorp, B. T 




Sauerhering, Edward 


Todd, Albert M 




Savers. Josenh D.^ - . .- 


ToTigiip, Thnrnas H . 




Settle, Evan E 


Underwood, Oscar W -. 




Shftfmt.h, JnhTi F _ _ 


UpdeCTaff, Thomas 




Shannon. Bichard C - - 


Vandiver, WHlard D ., , 




Shattuc, William B 


Van Voorhis, H. C 

Vehslage, John H. G 




Shelden, Carlos D 




Shennan, Jarnefl S 


Vincent, William D 




Showalter. Josenh B 


Wadsworth, James W 




Shuf ord, Alonzo C-- 


Walker, James A . , . 




Simnson, Jerrv , , , 


Walker, Joseph H 




Sims, Thetus W 


Wanger, Irving P 




SkiTiner, Harry . . 


Ward, William L 




Slavden. James L 


Warner, Vespasian 




Smith, David H ..,. - 


Weaver, Water L 




Smith, Gteorge W 


Weymouth, George W 


N 


Smith, SattitipI W . , 


Wheeler, Charles K 




Smith, Wm. Alden ...- 


Wheeler, Joseph ., 




Snover. Horace G - ., 


White, George E 




Southard, James H 


White, George H 




South wick. GeorcreN 


Wilber, Da^d F 




Snaldinfir. Georire 


Williams, John S 




Snarkman. Stenhen M 


Wi'lliama, M^Tgan B . ^ 






Wilson, Stanyame 




Spiffht. Thomas* 


Wise, Bichard A 




Suraarue. Charles P . 


Yost, Jacob..., 




Stalhngs, Je8*?e F . 


Young, James B 




Stark, William L 


7pnnr, William T ' 











DELEGATES. 



Callahan, J. Y..._ 
Fergusson, H. B. 



Kingfisher, Okla. 
Albuquerque, N. Mex. 




Tucson, Ariz. 



^ Besigned January 10, 1899. 



s Besigaed January 16, 1899. 



* Elected in place of Will V. Sullivan, appointed Senator. 



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Abandoned Property. See Caftubed Am> Abandoned Pbop- 

EBTT. 

Abbey, Oearge W. 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 10074). 
Papers referred in Honse 204. 

Abbott, Asa T. 

Bills for promotion on retired list of Army (see bills S. 5111 ; 
H. R. 11608). 

Abbott, Henry L. 

Order of Senate to print paper relative to constmction of 
Nicaragna Canal, prepared by, passed (S. Doc. 41) 358. 

Abbott, Rachel T. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 7257). 
Aberdeen, South Dakota 

Bill to erect pnblic bniiding at (see bill S. 109). 
Abilene, Texas 

Bill to erect public bniiding at (see bill S. 027). 
Absecon Inlet, New Jersey 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for improvement 
of 1597. 

Absentee Shawnees. See Indians. 
Acheson, Ernest F. (a Representative from Pennsylvania) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Gkirret, Maggie J: to pension (see bill H. B. 10970) 16. 

Hasson, Benmmin F: for relief (see bill H. R. 11064) 89. 

Palmer, W. H: for relief (see bill H. R. 10971) 16. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Pittsbnrg, Pa: for preservation of harbor at (Honse Con. 
Res. No. 64) 638. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

American Industrial and Shipping League: to increase 
American shipping 1388. 

Brownsville, Pa., societies: for ten^)erance legfislation 268. 

Burgettstown, Pa., Grand Army of Republic: for legisla- 
tion in interests of morality 1838. 

Burgettstown, Pa., societies: for legislation in interests of 
morality 1338. 

Pennsylvania, citizens of: against seating B. H. Roberts as 
Representative 429, 1200, 2937. 

for postal savings banks 2203. 

for temperance legislation 598, 2355. 

citizens of McKeesport: against food adulteration 

1371. 

Pennsylvania churches and societies: for temperance legis- 
lation 429, 598, 674, 826, 1056, 1147, 1200. 1371, 2203, 2358, 
2424, 2772. 

Pennsylvania Grand Army of Republic: for temperance 
legislation 2355, 2424. 

Pennsylvania Junior Order United American Mechanics: 
against sectarian appropriations 2772. 

Phuadelphia, Pa., United American Mechanics: for Nica- 
ragua Canal 165. 

Pittsburg, Pa., Coal Exchange: relative to levee system 1338. 

Pleasant View, Pa., Young Woman's Christian Temperance 
Union: for temperance legislation 1412. 

Presbsrterian Church General Assembly: for temperance leg- 
islation 134. 

Reading, Pa., Association of Retail Grocers: for pure food 
and drug bill 2203. 

Washington County, Pa., Wool Growers' Association: to in- 
crease American shipping 2203. 
¥st9s of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 



Acquisition of Territory 

"^Bills declaring policy of Unitedfittatesjtoward-Philipplne ' 

Islands (see bill H. R.43124;/B. R.^40: :B.Iles. 868, m). 
v^ Joint resolution declaring against establishmant of oolonial i 

w system in (see S. R. 191). 

^ Joint resolution favoring indepuidenlgovBrmaentf or Phil- 
ippine Islands (see S. R. 211). 

> Jomt resolutions declaring against ^M^icy of admitting into 
the Union acquired non-American territory (see S. R. 
^. 235,236). 
Resolution in Senate deehudng^policy of United States rela- 
tive to government of foreign people, deDnAed 466, 528, 
1064, 1152, 1154. 

^Resolution in Senate favoring ^independence^ of Philippine 
Islands, debated 677, 687, 1152, 1154. 

^ Resolution in Senate tiiat the ratification of treaty of neace 
with Spain shall not detennine policy of United States 
toward Philippine Islands 1154. 

*^Resolution in Senate declaring applicatiim of doclarine of 
Declaration of Independence in 1678, 1781. 

^Amendment in Senate that ratification of treaty of peaoe 
with Spain shall not determine policy of United Stotes , 
toward Philippine Islands 1848. I 

^Debate in Senate on joint resolution (S. R. 191) declaring^ 
against establishment of cokmial system in 93, 207, 287^ > 
293, 325, 432, 493. 563, 638, 783, ^1, 921, «58,968, 1067, 1156, 
1296, 1343, i2Z6, 1416, 1445, 1480, 1587, 2617. I 

^Debate in Senate on joint resolution (S. R. 211) favoring' 
independent government for Philippine Islands 738, 921, 
1211,1240,1242,1299,1349. 
Debate in Senate on joint resolution (S. R. 240) deolaring ' 
policy of United States toward Philipi^e Elands 1479, 
1480, 1485, 1487, 1529, 1678, 1740, 1741, 1880. 

Actions at Law. See Goubtb of United Staubs. 

Adams, Abel 

Bills for reUef of estate (see bills S. 4588; H. R. 1574). 
Adams, Elizabeth 

Bills to pension (see bills 8. 5140; H. R. 11322). 

Petition for relief 356. 

Adams, Martha 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 8408). 
Adams, Mary E. 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11698). 

Adams, Robert ^jr, (a R^resentcUivefrom Pennsylvania) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Heimer, Joseph: to pension (see bill H. R. 11377) 897. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Consular service: for consideration of bUl to reorgimize 
(H. Res. No. 352) 245. 

to print bill to reorganize 1804. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

American Association of Chewing Gum Manufacturers: for 

relief 52. 
Avery, Rachel Foster: for woman suffrage in Hawaii 1523. 
Boston, Mass., Chamber of Commerce: Relative to reorgan- 
ization of consular service 882. 
Erie, Pa., Picking Naval Garrison: relative to Navy per- 
sonnel bill 2530. 
Grand Army of Republic: for improvement of Gettysburg 

National MiUtary Park 17. 
Memphis, Tenn., Merchants' Exchange: relative to reorgan- 
ization of consular service 2261. 
New York American Shipping- and Industrial .League: to 
increase American shipping 1284. 

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Adams— Oontinued. 

Petiiions and papers presented by, from 

New York Merchants' Association: for certain legislation 

1523. 
Nicholas, Charles A: for pension 674. 
Pennsylvania, citizens of: against seating B. H. Roberts as 
Representative 1590. 

business men of Philadelphia: for pnenmatic-tnbe 

service 779. 

Presbytery of Philadelphia: against inaiing J8. H. 

Robeocts as RepresentativB ^122. 
Pennsylvania Assooiation xif Retail 'Grocers: fcir pnre^food 

legislation 1147. 
Pennsylvania Board of 'Health: to luureaBe Tastk of veteri- 

nary surgeons 779. 
Pennsylvania Retail Jewelers' Association: to increase 

American shipping 729. 
Philadelphia, Pa., American Philosoidiical Society: lor cer- 
tain legislation 596. 
Philadelphia, Pa., Board of TErade: ior ceitain legislation 

184, 896, 729, 779,^954. 
Philadelphia, Pa., Commercial 'Ezdiaxige: for reistoration 

of ocean carrying trade 134. 
Philadelphia, Pa., Credit Hen's Association: for national 

Leiy: far l^icaragna 

rters' Exchange: for 

a: to increase Ameri- 

b: toincreaseAmeri- 

oertam legislation 17, 

iiechanics: for Nica- 

increase American 

igamst sectarian ap- 
propriations 2081. 
United States Protestant missionary sodetieB: against seat- 
ing B. H. Roberts as Representative 1056. 

Remarks by, on 

International American Bank 287, 288. 

Philadelphia commercial exposition 81'5, 2577. 

Simpkins, John: death of (Appendix 182). 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce 

Choctaw and Memphis Railroad bridges (Repobt 1702) 855. 
Votes of. See Tea-and-Nay Totbb. 

Adams Mill Road. See District of Colxtmbia. 

Adamson, TK. C. (a Representative from Georgia) 

Attended 14. 
Petitions and papers presented^, from 

Columbus, Ga., Board of trade: for fast-mail servioe 1284. 

Stapler, Eqnilla: for relief of heirs 357. 
Remarks by, on 

ColdBprmgs, Ga.,^h-onltaral station 1604. 

Correction of vote 218. 

Nicaragua Canal 1704. 

Ticket brokerage 41. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Interstate andJbreign Commerce 

Barry, Michael F. (Repokt 1750) 680. 

Georgia Pine Railway (Report 2103) 1829. 

St. Louis, Siloam ana Southern Railroad bridge (Report 
2052) 1636. 
yotes of. See YEA-Ain>-NAY Votbb. 

Adfi^r, Re^iertj and others 

BUI to adjndicate clafan of (seeblllS. 4981). 

Acyoumment 

Concurrent resolution in House to adjourn from December 
21, 1896, to January 4, 1899, passed 298, 810, 828. 

Adjutant-General. See Army. 

Admiral. See Navy. 

Admiralty Proceedings. See CausaB of UhitxdBxatbb. 

Admission to Floor. See Senate, 



Adulteration 

Bills to prevent adulteration of foods, beverages, candies, 
drugs, and condiments (see bills S. 4144; fi. R. 11490, 
12190). 
Resolution in Senate to investigate, of food and drink prod- 
ucts, passed 360. 
Memorial of Alex. J. Wedderbum relative to (S. Doc. 167) 
2814. 
Agnew, Ella H, 

iBiU (tonension (see Ml S. 46Gv). 
J^^nmilllnzral Departmextft. See Depabthent of Aobiculture. 
Agricultural Experiment Stations 

Resolution in House to print additional copies of report on 

WDJ± and TBsqiemditmBBB'Of, ipaflsed 75fi. 
Message of President transmitting annual report tif work 

and expenditures of (H. R. Doc. 121) 415, 429. 
Letter of Secretary of Agriculture relative to printing of 
report of work and'ezxienditureB'Qf 490. 

Agriculture. See also Department of Agriculture. 

Billio amend act for appointment of conmiisnon on labor, 
agriculture, and caintal (see bill S. 5029). 

Bills for free importation of seed wheat by farmers (see bills 
S. 5093; H. R. 11714). 

Joint jcesolution to prepare report showing .average yearly 
ifiuctusttion in farm jmces (see!S. R. '55). 

Resolution of inquiry in Senate Telative to usefulness of 
reservoirs to, passed 1598. 

Resolution in Senate to print memorial x>f CharlesNekon rela- 
tive to export bounty on agricultural products, passed 1968. 

Order of Senate to print memorial of David liubin Telative 
to export ^bounty on agdcultuzalprDduats,ipaaBed:(S. Doo. 
131) 2205. 

Message of President transmitting report relative to useful- 
ness of reservoirB to (S. Doc. 124) 2042, 2859, 2693. 

Message of President transmitting second r^ort on agri- 
cultural capabilities of Alaska (H. R.Doc. 169) 851, 928. 

Letter of Secretary of Agriculture relative i» x^iiiiting of 
report on, in Alaska 825. 

Alabama 

Billix) grant landstoState for use t^ Industrial School for 
Girls of Alabama and Tuskegee Normal and Industrial 
Institute (see bill S. 2768). 

Alabama Sjsvbt 

Bills i:o allow Pensacola and l^orthwesteom Railroad Com- 
pany to bridge (see bilk S. 5882; H. R. 11786). 
Bill to allow Montgomery, HayneviUe and Camden Railroad 



Company to bridge (see billlB. R. 11250). 



Alaska 



Bills making further provision ior ciyH govecnment lor 
(see bills S. 3729; H. R. 11730). 

Bill to define and punish crimes in and provide code of 
criminal procedure for (see billH. R. 6571). 

Bill granting rights of way^ JPrederick M. Stevens and 
others in (see billH. R. .12199). 

Joint xesolution to grant jpermits for construction of roads 
in (sees. R. 65). 

Joint resolution authoiizii^g preparation of maps of (see 
S. R.289). 

Resolution in Senate for special committee to investigate 
conditions in, referred 2609. 

Order of Senate to print notes of c on fere nce s by Conmiittee 
on Territories relative to bill (H. R. 8571.) to define and 
punish crime in and provide code of criminal procedure 
for, passed (S. Doc. 122) 1881. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for salaries and 
conmiissions of register and receiver in Peavy land district 
tn 1919. 

Message of President transmitting second report on agricul- 
tural capabiKties of (H. R. Doc. 169) 8ffl, 928. 

Estimate of additional appropriation for purchase of rein- 
deer for (H. R. Doc. 216) 1671. 

Letter of Attorney-General transmitting zeport of commis- 
sion to codify laws and to frame code of procedure for 
(H. R. TDoc. 99) 858, 880, 919. 

Letter of Secretary ctf Agriculture relatrve to printing of 
report on agriculture in 825. 

Letter of Secretary of Interior iaransmitting report of Shel- 
don Jackson on introduction of reindeer into (S. Doc. 34) 
21,166. 

Report of Committee on Military AffsdxB in Senate relative 
to army explorations in 2888. 

Report of Secretary of War relative -to ^relief of people in 
Yukon River country in (H. R. Doc. 244) 2082, 2121. 



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Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal 

Concurrent resolntion of inqmi^.in Senate relative to cost 
of acquiring, referred 1152, 2040. 

Albert, Jonas 

BUI to remove charge of desertion (see bill S. 5115). 
Albert, P. R. 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11702). 

Papers referred in Honse 827. 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 

Bill to enable city to create certain indebtedness (see bill 
H. R. 



Alcohol and Alcoholic Beverages 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for investigation 
of physiological action and nutritive value of 602, 782, 
2208, 2265. 

Alcoholic Liquor Traffic 

Bill to prohibit sale of intoxicating liquors in Soldiers' 
Homes, immigrant stations, and other Government bufld- 
ings (see bill H. R. 12211). 

Alcott, Oeorge 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 1794). 
Aldrich, Emer H, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 9601). 
Aldrich, Nelson W, {a Senator from Rhode Island) 
Attended 1. 

Api>ointed on committees 1889. 
Appointed on funeral committee 679. 
Credentials presented 17. 
Excused from committee service 1889. 
Motions and resolutions offered 6/ 

Adjourn: to 25. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

National Business Men's League: relative to territorial ex- 
pansion 1874. 
Remarks by, on 

Distribution of appropriation bills 1212x^^ 
Philippine Islands 14#7, 1488, 1489, 1495. 
' Reports made by, from 
Committee on Rules 
Rules of Senate: amendment for distribution of appropria- 
tion bills 1151. 

¥otes of. See Yea-amd-Nay Votbb. 

Aldrich, W, F, (a Representative from Alabama) 
Attended 14. 

Leave of absence granted to 558. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Universal Peace Union: relative to disarmament 1442. 
Remarks by, on 

Alabama school lands 1518. 
Votes of. See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 
Alexander, De Alva S. (a Representative from New York) 
Attended 14. 
Appointed conferee 727. 
Appointed on committee 880. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Court of Claims: to fix salaries of chief justice and judges 

of (see bill H. R. 11057) 89. 
Fox, Frank W. C: for relief (see WU H. R. 11198) 245. 
Kennedy, James: for relief (see bill H. R. 11129) 184. 
Pan-American exposition: to hold on Niitfara frontier (see 

bills H. R. 11816, 11915) 1147. 1837. 
Van Brocklin, Warren: to pension (see bill H. R. 11130) 134. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Tonawanda, N. T: for improvement of harbor at (House 
Con. Res. Nos. 54, 61) 856, 381. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Buffalo, N. Y., Baptist Ministers' Conference: against seat- 
ing B. H. Roberts as Representative 1726. 
BufiDalo, N. Y., churches and societies: against seating B. 

H. Roberts as Representative 2036, 2689. 
Buffalo, N. Y., Cigar Makers* Union: against territorial ex- 
pansion 1964. 
Buffalo, N. Y., Young People's Christian Endeavor Society: 
for certain legislation 246. 



Alexander— Continued. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Goodenough, Ellen: against seating polygamists in Con- 
gress 2355. 

New York, citizens of Buffalo: for temperance legislation 
1726. 

New York Produce Exchange: for exposition at Buffalo 2772. 

United States Woman's Christian Temperance Union: for 
temperance legislation 1234. 
Remarks by, on 

Dingley, Nelson: death of 1771. 

Northway. Stephen A: death of 2075. 

Pan-American Exposition 2742. 

¥otes of. See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 
Alexander, Oeorge 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 6876). 
Alger, Isaac 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. R. 4832). 
Allegheny Biver 

Report of Secretary of War on survey of (H. R. Doc. 72) 
132. 

Allen, Elam 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 3806). 
Allen, Oeorge W, 

Resolution of inquiry in Senate relative to dismissal as super* 
intendentof Mill Springs National Cemetery, referred 1017. 

Allen, John M. (a Representative from Mississippi) 
Attended 14. 
Amendments offered by, to 

War deficiency appropriation bill 84. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Hiern, Roger A: for relief of estate (see bill H. R. 11766) 

954. 
Newcomer, H. C: for relief (see bill H. R. 11803) 1056. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Love, William F: on death of 2409. 
Walthall, Edward C: on death of 2409. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Mississippi, postmasters of: relative to compensation 1234. 
Remarks by, on 

Appropriations 2671. 2672, 2678. 2674. 
Love, William F: death of 2423. 
Newcomer, H. C: relief of 2668. 
Pension appropriatibn bill 220. 
Walthall, Edward C: death of 2409 
War deficiency appropriation bill 82, 84, 8iS. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Allen, Martfia 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 4324). 
AHeny Samuel 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 11076). 
Allen, Timothy A. 

Bills to increase pension (see bills S. 5231; H. R. 9569). 
Allen, William V. (a Senator from Nebraska) 
Attended 1. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Arm^: bill to reorganize 2448, 2459, 2462. 
Deficiency appropriation bill: Economic Postage Associa- 
tion 2358. 

York, Nebr., public building 2775, 2792. 

Indian appropriation bill: bridges in Nebraska 493. 

attorneys' fees 493. 

awards to Osage Indians 527. 

awards to Seminole Indians 527. 

River and harbor appropriation bill 2286. 

Sundry civil appropriation bill: Quapaw Indian lands 2129. 

Economic Postage Association 2858. 

Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Congress: to change time of meeting (see bill S. 5073) 324. 
Courts of United States: to assimilate practice in actions at 
law and suits in equity to that of State courts (see 
bill S. 5070) 324. 

to abolish distinction between actions at law and suits 

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Allen— Continued. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Dnnkleberger, Samnel H: to increase pension (see bill S. 
5091) 402. 

Moran, Robert: to increase pension (see bill S. 4995) 187. 

National White Cross of America: to incorporate (see bill 
S. 5583) 2482. 

Omaha, Nebr: to increase cost of public building at (see 
bill S. 5549) 2086. 

Parsons, William B: to pension (see bill S. 4997) 187. 

Schapers, Hemn H: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 
S. 5245) 686. 

Senators: to elect by people (see S. R. 248) 1678. 

Sioux City and Omaha Railway Company: granting right 
of way to (see bill S. 5076) 859. 

Supreme Court of United States: to fix term of office and pay 
of reporter of (see bill S. .5072) 824. 

Telegraph and telephone lines: to purchase (see bill S. 6075) 
859. 

Thompson, James: to pension (see bill S. 4996) 187. 

Yifquain, Victor: to allow to accept foreign decoration (see 
bill S. 5090) 402. 

York, Nebr: to erect public building at (see bill S. 5466) 
1597. 
Motions twd resolutions offered by 

Declaration of Independence: declaring relative to doctrine 
of 1678. 

Eulogies: making special order for 1994. 

Philippine Islands: declaring relative to policy concerning 
562. 

Porto Rico and Philippine Islands: declaring relative to 
relations with 1445. 

War with Spain: for committee to investigate conduct of 
687. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Brooklyn, N. Y., Bakers and Confectioners* International 
Union: for labor legislation 2205. 

Campbell, William: for pension 480. 

Chaaron. Nebr., Humane Society: for antivivisection legis- 
lation 242T. 

Chicago, 111.. Cigar Makers' International Union: for labor 
legislation 2427. 

Fairmont, Nebr., Order of Good Templars: for temperance 
legislation 2691. 

First Nebraska Volunteers: for certain legislation 1526. 

Interstate National Guard Association: • relative to National 
Guard 634. 

Kansas City, Kans., Brotherhood of Boiler Makers and Iron 
Shipbuilders: for labor legislation 2856. 

Kansas City, Kans., Coopers' International Union: for labor 
legislation 2427. 

Lincoln, Nebr., American Federation of Labor: for certain 
legislation 186. 

Lubin, David: relative to legislation to increase American 
shipping 1639, 2205. 

Monroe, Nebr.. societies: for temperance legislation 2082. 

Morchead, William B: for pension 492. 

Nebraska, citizens of Blair: for public building 2082, 2124. 

citizens of Central City: for temperance legislation 

1448. 

citizens of Chadron: against appointment of civilian 

as Indian agent 2038. 

citizens of Minden: to increase rank of veterinary sur- 
geons 1443. 

citizens of York: against continuation of exposition 

at Omaha 1674. 

Nebraska Association of Countv Commissioners and Super- 
visors: for national highway 186. 

Omaha, Nebr., Commercial Club: for certain legislation 186. 

Nebraska house of representatives: for ratification of treaty 
with Spain 1478. 

Nebraska Independent Orders of Good Templars: for tem- 
perance legislation 2775. 

Nebraska legislature: for certain legislation 2037. 

relative to Port Arthur Canal 2205. 

Nebraska Sugar Beet Association: against territorial expan- 
sion 2038. 

New York, citizens of: against territorial expansion 1526. 

New York City, N. Y., Society of Engineers: for labor legis- 
lation 2583. 

Oakland, Cal., Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners: for 
labor legislation 2205. 

Omaha, Nebr., Brotherhood of Leather Workers: for labor 
legislation 1526. 

Omaha, Nebr., Central Labor Union: for certain legislation 
1593, 2205. 



Allen— Continued. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Pawnee City, Nebr., churches: for certain legislation 1674, 



Philadelphia, Pa., Trades League: relative to letter postage 
2124. 

South Omaha, Nebr., Pork Butchers' Union: for labor legis- 
lation 2205. 

Strafford Comer, N. H., churches and societies: for legisla- 
lation in interest of morality 2691. 

Sutton, Nebr., Woman's Christian Temperance Union: for 
temperance legislation 2588. 

Tablerock,Nebr., Woman's Suffrage Association: for woman 
suffrage in Hawaii 1448. 

Toledo, Ohio, Union of Bicycle Workers and Allied Mechan- 
ics: for labor legislation 1448. 

United States Evangelical Alliance: against sectarian ap- 

Wpropriations 2124. 
escott, Nebr., Farmers' Institute: to increase American 
shipping 1526. 

Remarks by, on 

Acquisition of territory 294, 566, 567, 678, 574, 1480. 

Albuquerque, N. Mex., bonds 2865. 

Appropriation bills 1749. 

Army reorganization 2871, 2872, 2448, 2449, 2450, 2451, 2458, 

2454, 2455, 2456, 2459. 
Blair, Nebr., public building 2561. 
Brooke, John R: relief of 2267, 2268. 
Cheyenne County, Nebr., lands 2268. 
Declaration of Independence 1781, 1782, 1787. 
Election of Senators by people 1731. 
Greater America Exposition 2796. 
Incidental subjects 637, 638. 

Indian appropriation bill 648, 649, 1552, 1558, 1554, 1608. 
Irrigation reservoirs 2268, 2269, 2270, 2271, 2277, 2279. 
Johnson, William H: relief of 2230. 
Legislation on appropriation bill 2798, 2794. 
Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 1648, 

1649, 1650, 1679, 1685, 1686. 
Maps of Alaska 1594, 1595. 
Muster out of volunteers 212, 218. 
National policy 2617. 

National White Cross Society 2694, 2695, 2722, 2778. 
Nicaragua Canal 179, 207, 301, 808, 804, 589, 2289. 
Omaha, Nebr., public building 2559. 
Order of business 2208, 2209. 
Pensions to Confederate soldiers 465. 
Philippine Islands 562, 568, 1491, 1787. 
Post-Office appropriation bill 2049, 2050, 
Preference right of entry 2041. 
Printing of petitions 207, 208. 
Public-buUding bills 2128, 2129. 
Registry of forei^-built vessels 882. 
Renewal of pensions 1596. 
Report on farm prices 528. 
Sioux City and Omaha Railway 1640, 1641, 2280. 
Speeches at Jacksonian banquet 1585, 1586, 1587. 
Stuart, Nebr., Citizens* Bank 642. 
Suits against Government officers 492, 498. 
Trapp, Benjamin F: pension to 2859. 
Treaty with Spain 431. 
War investigation 677, 678, 679. 
York, Nebr., public building 2699. 

Reports made by, from 

Committee on Claims 

Ayres, Eli (Report 1599) 1444. 
Committee on Forest Reservations and the Protection of Game 

Protection of fish and game (amendment) 2040. 

Yosemite National Park roadways (amendment) 2126. 
Committee on Indian Affairs 

Bridges in Nebraska (amendment) 599. 

Preference right of entry (bill S. 4225) 1639. 

Sioux City and Omaha Railway Company (bill S. 5076) 599« 

Stuart, Nebr., Citizens' Bank (bill S. 4822) 599. 

Wagon roads and animal trails (bill S. 8087) 1639, 
Committee on Privileges and Elections 

Hanna, Marcus A. (Report 1859) 2558. 
Committee on Public Lands 

Greer County, Okla., lands (bill H. R. 11771) 2265. 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay VoTEa 

Allen Brothers Tobacco Company 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11785). 



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Alligator Creek, South Carolina 

Concurrent resolntion in Honse for examination of water- 
ways between Charleston Harbor and (Honse Con. Res. 
No. 56), referred 856. 

Allison, Jamea 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11618). 
Allison, William B, (a Senator from Iowa) 

Attended 1. 

Appointed conferee 387, 602, 1678, 2286, 2586, 2631, 2708, 2787, 
2881, 2836. 

Appointed on committee 1389. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Deficiency appropriation bill: monument to Charles Floyd 
2800. 

payment of judgments 2800. 

Indian appropriation bill 651, 654, 916, 917. 

Maritime Canal Company of Nicaragua: bill to incorporate 
756, 792. 
BiUs and joint reeolutiona introduced by 

BalskiuK, Bobert: to increase pension (see bill S. 5293) 829. 

Dean, Mary B: to pension (see bill S. 5498} 1787. 

Lyman, Bachel S: to pension (see bill S. 5292) 829. 

Biegel, John F: to increase pension (see bill S. 5295) 829, 

Rowley, Amos O: to pension (see bill S. 5294) 829. 
Motions and resofutions offered by 

Adjourn: to 681, 1753. 

Committee on Appropriations: to allow to employ stenog- 
rapher 177. 

Executive session: for 441, 473, 917, 1795. 

Morrill, Justin S: on death of 382. 

Becess: for 2. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Davenport, Iowa, city council: for labor legislation 2775. 

Iowa, citizens of: for certain legislation 1058. 

against present system of ticket brokerage 1058. 

for woman suffrage in Hawaii 2775. 

Iowa churches and societies: for certain legislation 1058, 
2775. 

Iowa federal labor unions: for certain legislation 1058. 

Iowa Grand Army of Bepublic: against present system of 
ticket brokerage 1058. 

Iowa locomotive engineers and conductors: against present 
system of ticket brokerage 1058. 

Iowa locomotive firemen and railway trainmen: relative to 
interstate commerce 1058. 

Keokuk, Iowa, Business Men's Association: against desecra- 
tion of flag 1058. 

Eeosanqua, Iowa, Business Men's Association: to increase 
American shipping 1058. 
Remarks by, on 

Agricultural appropriation bill 1789, 1790, 1791, 1792. 

Alaska criminal laws 1888, 1889. 

Appropriaton bills 1749. 

Change of reference 884. 

Committee service 141. 

Cooke, Edward D: death of 1162. 

District of Columbia appropriation bill 466, 467, 468, 469. 

District of Columbia taxes 2563, 2564. 

Dubuque, Iowa, public building 2559. 

Indian appropriation bill 648,649,650,651, 652, 915, 916, 917, 
1240,1529,1534,1544,1540,1547,1548,1549, 1550, 1551, 1552, 
1553, 1555, 1556, 1558, 1559, 1598, 1600, 1602, 1603, 1606, 2431. 

Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 1644, 
1648, 1649, 1650. 

Lower Brule and Bosebud Beservation Indians 404. 

Morrill, Justin S: death of 382, 2177. 

Muster out of volunteers 214, 215, 216. 

Nicaragua Canal 440, 792, 793, 794, 795, 796. 

Order of business 1063, 2209, 2788. 

Philippine Islands: resolutions relative to 1240, 1241, 1785, 
1786, 1833, 1834, 1835. 

Pneumatic-tube system 2045, 2046, 2047. 

Post-Office appropriation bill 2051, 2052, 2053, 2056, 2057, 
2090, 2091, 2536. 

Preference right of entry 2041. 

Public-building bills 2569, 2570, 2571, 2572, 2573, 2574. 

Bail way mail pay (Appendix 177, 178). 

Smithmeyer, John L., and Paul J. Pelz: relief of 2539. 

State war claims 1677, 1750, 1751, 1752. 

Sundry civil appropriation bill 2463, 2464, 2465, 2466, 2467, 
2468,2469,2470,2471,2542,2543,2549, 2550, 2551, 2552, 2553, 
2554, 2555, 2563, 2564, 2565, 2568, 2569, 2571, 2572, 2578, 2574, 
2575. 



Allison — Continued. 
Remarks by, on 

Sundry civil appropriation bill, conference report on 2779, 
2780, 2781, 2783, 2784, 2787, 2851, 2852. 2853, 2854, 2857, 
2858. 
Treasury settlement claims 2794, 2795. 
Washington, D. C, street sweeping 468, 469. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee of conference 
District of Columbia appropriation bill (bill H. B. 11083) 

2707. 
Indian appropriation biU (bill H. B. 11217) 2480. 
Post-Office appropriation bill (bill H. B. 11683) 2586. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill (bill H. B. 12008) 2779,2851. 
Committee on Appropriations 
Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill (bill H. B. 11487; 

Beport 1486) 685. 
District of Columbia appropriation bill (bill H. B. 11083; 

Beport 1442) 430. 
Holiday recess: resolution for 823. 
Homestead entries (amendment) 2481. 
Indemnity to Spain (bill H. B. 12125) 2608. 
Indian appropriation bill (bill H. B. 11217; Beport 1469) 599. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill (bill H. B. 12008; Beport 

1795) 2358. 
Wisconsin Grand Army Post (petition) 1061. 
Committee on Finance 
Committee on Finance: resolution for investigation by 2535. 
Iowa Agricultural College (bill H. B. 10398) 1560. 
Stamps on mortgages (H. Bes. 858) 2127. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Allstadt, John H. 

Petition for relief of estate 857. 
Alseas. See Indians. 
Alston, Belle M. 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5012). 
Altgeld, John P. 

Speech delivered at Omaha, Nebr., January 7, 1899, by 1539. 
Altoona, Pennsylvania 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill S. 1273). 
Alvis, Henry J, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11099). 
Ambler, P. St O. 

Bill for relief of estate (see bill H. B. 11011). 
Ament, Samuel P. 

Papers referred in House 1339. 
American Bar Association 

Order of Senate to print paper relative to courts of United 
States by, passed (S. Doc. 142) 2480, 2432. 

American Chamber of Commerce {Paris^ France) 

Memorial for larger appropriation for American section of 
Paris Exposition (H. B. Doc. 254) 2354, 2356. 

American Flag. See Flag op United States. 
American Horses 

Concurrent resolution in House to print additional copies 
of special report on export demand for (House Con. Bes. 
No. 63), passed 525, 757, 780, 1016. 
Message of President transmitting report on market in for- 
eign countries for (S. Doc. 85) 167, 196. 

American Instructors of the Deaf 

Beport of fifteenth convention of (S. Doc. 31) 90. 
American Legion of Honor 

Bills to charter (see bills S. 5001, 5119). 

American Merchant Marine. See also Commerce and Navi- 
gation. 
Bill to reestablish (see bill H. B. 10963). 
American National Bed Cross 

Joint resolution tendering thanks of Congress to Clara Bar- 
ton, president of (see S. B. 203). 

American Ordnance Company 

Beport of Secretary of Navy relative to royalties paid for 
use of breech mechanisms for guns controlled by (S. Doc. 
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American Public Health Association 

Petition relative to collection of mortality statistics by 
Census Offlce 2084. 

American Seamen 

Bill to amend laws relative to (see bill S. 95). 

American Shipping. See Ck>MUBKCE and Natigation; Ves- 
sels. 

American Social Science Association 

Bill to incorporate (see bill S. 4310). 
Ammen, Daniel 

Joint resolution for monument to (see S. B. 190). 
Anacostia and Potomac Biver Bailroad Company 

Bill to authorize them to change motive power of cars (see 
bill S. 2544). 

Bill to change name of (see bill S. 5122). 

Annual report of (H. R. Doc. 155) 731, 778. 

Anacostia Biver 

Report of Secretary of War on survey of (H. R. Doc. 87) 268. 
Anderson, Edwin S, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5469). 
Anderson, George F, 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 5347). 
Anderson, James 

Bill to pension (see bOl S. 5158)* 
Anderson, James 8. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 8804). 
Anderson, Jane M. 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5089). 
Anderson, Louis J, - 

Joint resolution to appoint second lieutenant in Marine 
Corps (see S. R. 251). 

Anderson, Peter 

Petition for increase of pension 1838. 

Andrews, Minnie 

Resolution in House to refier claim to Court of Claims, 
passed 1504. 

Andrews, Z, C. 

Papers vrithdrawn in House 1337. 

Andria (yacht) 

Bills to exempt from custom-house requirement (see bills 
S. 5491; H. R. 12091). 

Angell, James B, 

Joint resolutions to reappoint regent of Smithsonian Insti- 
tution (see S. R. 226; H. Res. 838). 

Anglermyer, David 

Bill to correct military record (see bill S. 5593).. 

Annapolis, Maryland, See also Naval Academy. 

Bills to erect public building at (see bills S. 5547; H. R. 
11141). 

Annexation 

Paper by Carman F. Randolph relative to constitutional 
aspects of 574. 

Anniston, Alabamxi 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H* R. 10804). 

Anti-expansion. See AcQUismoN of Tebritoby. 

Antiscalping BilL See TiOKXS Bboksbage. 

Antisell, Thomas 

Papers withdrawn in Senate 29. 

Apaches. See Indians. 

Apgar, Marie L, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 10972). 
Papers referred m House 1148. 

Applegate, Samuel L, 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H« B. 11077). 



Appropriation Bills 

Resolution in Senate to amend rules relative to reference to 

committees of, passed 359, 527, 1151, 1212. 
Army (see bill H. R. 12106). 
Army and Navy deficiencies (see bill H. R. 10989). 
Deficiencies (see bills H. R. 11716, 12203). 
Department of Agriculture (see bill H. R. 11266). 
Diplomatic and consular service (see bill H. R. 11487). 
District of Columbia (see bill H. R. 11083). 
Indians (see bill H. R. 11217). 
Legislative, executive, and judicial expenses (see bill H. R. 

11414). 
MiUtary Academy (see bill H. R. 11717). 
Navy (see bill H. R. 12122). 

Ordnance and fortifications (see bills H. R. 12086, 12198). 
Pensions (see bill H. R. 11157). 
Post-Office Department (see bill H. R. 11683). 
Rivers and harbors (see bill H. R. 11795). 
Sundry civil expenses (see bill H. R. 12008). 
Ti-eaty obligations to Spain (see bills H. R. 12124, 12125). 

Appropriations 

Estimates of (H. R. Doc. 12) {omitted in Record), 
Estimates of d^ciency (a Docs. 150, 155; H. R. Docs. 15, 

185) 16. 1292, 2532, 2606. 
Order of House allowing members of Committee on Appro- 
priations to print statements relative to, passed 2929 
(Appendix 155, 159). 

Aqueduct Bridge 

Bill to allow Washington, Arlington and Falls Church Rail- 
way Company to construct single track eleclaric railway 
on (see bill S. 5366). 

Aransas Harbor Terminal Railway Company 

Bills to amend act to allow them to bridge Corpus Christi 
Channel (see bills S. 5355; H. R. 11796, 12075). 

Aransas Pass 

Report of Secretary of War on improvement of (H. R. Doc. 
119) 428. 

Arctic Whaling Fleet Belief Expedition 

Bill to grant medals of honor to members of (see bin H. R. 
12120). 

Joint resolutions tendering thanks of Congress and author- 
izing presentation of medals to (see S. R. 229; H. Res. 
370). 

Message of President reconmiending tender of thanks of 
Congress and xnresentation of medals to members of (S. 
Doc. 66) 726, 730. 

Argentine Republic 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for secretary of 
l^ation to 1016. 

Arid Lands. See Ibbigation. 

Arizona 

Bills to fix salaries of chief justice and associate justices of 
supreme court of (see bills S. 5108, 5277; H. R. 11574). 

Memorial (^ legislature for invalidation of Pima County 
raihroad bonds (S. Doc. 117) 1879, 1880, 1964. 

Memorial of legislature favoring repeal of all laws pro- 
hibiting grazing of live stock on public lands 1879. 

ArTcanwas 

Bills to regulate holding United States courts at Batesville 

(see bills S. 5319; H. R. 11740). 
Bill for relief of Fourth Mounted Infantry Volunteers of 

(seebUlH. R. 9219). 
Memorial of legislature for completion of Port Arthur 

Canal 1916. 

Arkansas and Ohoctaw Railway Company 

Bills to grant right of way through Choctaw and Chickasaw 

nations in Indian Terrftory (see bills S. 5045; H. R. 11268) . 
Bills to extend time for construction of railway through 

Choctaw Nation by (see bills S. 5046; H. R. 11255). 

Arkansas Northwestern Railway Ckmipany 

Bills to amend act to grant right of way through Indian 
Territory (see bills S. 5513; H. R. 12126). 

Arkansas River 

Bills to allow Choctaw and Memphis Railroad Company to 
bridge (see biUs a 4891; H. R. 11189). 



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ArTcanwaii Valley and Gulf Bailroad Company 

Bill to grant right of way through Indian Territory (see 
biU S. 5476). 

Arlington Heights 

Bill for relief of Methodist Episcopal Church, known as 

Hnnter*s Chapel, at (see bill S. 4344). 
Resolution in Senate referring to Conrt of Claims the claim 

of Methodist Episcopal Chnrch, known as Honter's 

Chap^ at, passea 560. 

Arlington National Oemetery 

Joint resolutions for monament to Charles Y. Ghidley at 
(see S. B. 237; H. Res. 357). 

Armor-Plate Factory. See Navy. 

Armstrong) CharUs 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 11408). 

Armstrong, Marianne 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 4960). 

Armstrong, Napoleon B. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 8880). 

Armstrover, Andrew C 

Papers withdrawn in House 2089. 

Army. See also Obdnanob and Fobtifioations. 

Bills to increase efficiency of (see bills 8JS578; H. B. 12176) . 
Bills to reorganize (see bills S. 4900, 4938, 5023; H. B. 11023, 

11087, 11137). 
Joint resolution tendering thanks of Congress to officers 

and men of army of Cuban invasion for achievements at 

Santiago (see H. Bes. 302). 
Besolution of inquiry in Senate relative to cost of, passed 



Besolution in Senate to print additional copies of act to 

increase efficiency of, passed 2820. 
Amendments in Senate to bill (H. B. 11023) for reorganiza- 
tion of 830, 1152, 1416, 1730, 2086, 2129. 
Amendment in Senate for appropriation for pontoon trains, 
intrenching tools, instruments, etc., and for services of 
surveyors, drsAghtsmen, photc^Sraphers, etc, for 2608. 
Debate in Senate on bill (S. 5578) to increase efficiency of 

2368,2434, 
Debate in Senate on bill (H. B. 11022) for reorganization of 

1921, 2092, 2134, 2284. 
Debate in House on bill (H. B. 11023) for reorganization of 

973, 999, 1021, 1082, 1116, 1163, 1316, 1253, 1304. 
Estimate of deficiency appropriation for equipment of en- 
gineer troops and for civilian assistants to engineer offi- 
cers (S. Doc. 32) 135. 
Beport of Secretary of War relative to increase of (H. B. 

Doc. 85) 26, 158, 268. 
Statement of objections of certain members of Committee 
on Military AflPairs of Senate to bill (H. B. 11022) 
for reorganization of (S. Doc. 123) 1921. 
Adiutant'Qeneral: bUl fixing rank of (see bill S. 4831). 

bill to Increase pay of clerks in <^ce of (see bill 

H. B. 11510). 
amendment m Senate to give rank, pay, and allow- 
ance of major-general 2776. 
Appropriations for: annual bill making(see bill H.B. 12106). 

bill making deficiency (see bill H. B. 10989). 

amendment in Senate to bill (H. B. 12106) making 

2086. 
Areendla and stations: joint resolution granting additional 
pay for extra work performed by laborers and me- 
chanics at (see S. B. 228). 

joint resolution relative to pay of employees at (see 

H. Bes. 316). ^ 

Badges: bill to allow officers and men to wear badges adopted 
by military societies growing out of war with Spain 
(seebillH.B. 11511). 
Battles: concurrent resolution in Senate to print chrono- 
logical list of, passed Senate 1341, 1410. 
Cavalry: bill for better organization of (see bill H. B. 11267). 
Commissary-Oeneral: estimate of appropriation for salaries 

in office of (H. B. Doc. 95) 380. 
Contract surgeons: letter of Secretary of War relative to 

relief of (H. B. Doc. 233) 1962. 
Contracts: joint resolution for speoal committee to inves- 
tigate charges of corruption in obtaining, for fur- 
nishing supplies (seeS. K. 194). 
joint resolution to investigate beef (see H. Bes. 

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Army— Continued. 

Contracts: resoluticm in Senate for special committee to 

investigate charges of oormption in obtaining, for 

furnishing supimes, referred 188, 166. 
letter of Secretary of War recommending further 

suspension of law relative to, for furnishing sup- 
plies (S. Doc. 79) 1149, 1199. 
Cooks: bill to establish training school for (see bill S. 533G). 
Courts-martial: bills to require attendance of civilian wit- 
nesses before general (see bills a 6019; H. B. 11311). 
letter of Secretary of War transmitting draft of bill 

to require attendance of civilian witnesses before 

general (H. B. Doc. 41) 18, 27, 206. 
Deceased officers and enlisted men: bills to ^ay claims for 

expenses incurred in retiuming to United States re- 
mains of (see bills H. B. 10993, 12084). 
amendment in Senate to pay claims for expenses in- 
curred in returning to their homes for burial re- 
mains of 2696. 
Disbursing officers: letter of Secretary of War transmitting 

reports of inspections of money accounts of 132. 
Engineers: estimates of appropriation for equipment of 

(H. B. Doc. 189) im 
letter of Secretary of War relative to appropriation 

for civilian employees to eng^ineer omcOTs (H. B. 

Doc. 219) 1725. 
Enlisted men: bill to perpetuate memory of those killed in 

battle (see bill H. B. 11711). 
bill to reimburse them for medical expenses incurred 

while on furlough (see bill H. B. 11715). 
resolution in Senate relative to discharge of soldiers 

who enlisted to serve during war with Spain, 

passed 92. 
letter of Secretary of War relative to amendment to 

act creating retured list for (H. B. Doc. 174) 1056. 
Hospital Corps: estimate of deficiency appropriation for 

pay of (H. B. Doc. 97) 880. 
Laundresses: bill authorizing appointment of (see bill H.B. 

12221). 
Lieutenant-general: joint resolution to revive grade of (see 

S. R. 123). 
Mqjor^enerals: ball to increase number of (see bill H. B. 

12011). 
Medical hnd Hospital Deparment: estimate of deficiency ap- 
propriation for (H. B. Doc. 69) 132. 
Nurses: bills to provide for employment of women (see bills 

S.5353, 5580; H.B. 11770, 11912). 
bills to grant medals to volunte^ (see bills S. 5357; 

H.B. 11883). 
joint resolution authorizing employment during war 

of trained women (see H. Bes. 340). 
Officers: bill for readjustment of accounts of certain (see 

bills. 4308). 
bills to appoint and retire as brigadier-general any 

colonel who commanded brigade at Santiago (see 

biUsS. 5038; H.B. 11270). 
bill to allow them to bear title and on occasions of 

ceremony to wear uniform of highest rank held by 

them during war with ^uiin (see bill S. 5160). 
bill to amend law relative to rank and uniform of 

volunteer (see bill H. B. 11054). 
bill to perpetuate memory of those killed in battle 

(see bmH.B. 11711). 
bill to reimburse them for medical expenses incurred 

while on leave (see bill H. B. 11715). 
Ordnance Department: estimate of deficiency appropriation 

for (S. Doc. 28) 90. 

estimate of appropriations for (S. Doc. 144) 2425. 

Pay of: estimate of appropriation for (H. B. Doc. 182) 1233. 
Posts: bills to establish one near Shendan, Wyo. (see bills 

S. 5228; H. B. 12197). 

bill for one near Baleigh, N. C. (see bill S. 5311). 

bills to establish one at Huntsville, Ala. (see bills S. 

(see bills S. 5464; H. B. 11985, 12012. 
bill to establish one in or near Chickamauga and 

Chattanooga National Mmtuy Park (see bill H. B. 

11884.) 
bill to establish one near Nashville, Tenn. (see bill 

H. B. 11886.) 
bill to establish one at KnoxvUle, Tenn. (see bill H. B. 

11956.) 
bill to establish one at Columbia, Tenn. (see bill H. B. 

12201.) 
am^idments in Senate for appropriation for construo- 

tion of post at Sheridan, Wyo., 2208, 2359, 2431. 
petition of Charles F. Manderson for passage of bill 

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Army— Continued. 

Posts: statement relative to coet of rS. Doc. 188) 2884. 

Quartermaster-Qeneral: Estimate or appropriation for sal- 
aries in office of (H. B. Doc. 00) 283. 

Quartermaster's Department: resolution of inquiry in Sen- 
ate relative to promotion of officers in. passed 1919. 

Ration: bills to increase (see bills S. 5207; H. B. 11555.) 

Retired enlisted men: amendment in Senate relative to com- 
mutation allowance certain 2696. 

Retired officers: bills to increase rank of distinguished (see 
bills S. 5572; H. B. 11509, 11710). 

Retiring in: bill for retirement of noncommissioned officers 
who served as officers of volunteers beyond limits 
of United States (see bill H. B. 12114). 

Rifles: resolution in House for special committee to con- 
sider subject of unifomuty of caliber of shoulder 
rifles used in Army and Navy (House Bes. No. 212) 
reported back (H. B. Beport 1803) 881. 

Svbsistence Department: report of Secretary of War relative 
to promotion of officers in (S. Doc. 182) 1919, 2204. 

Temporary military establishment: joint resolutions provid- 
ing for (see H. Bes. 834, 342). 

Uniforms: resolution in House to prevent manufacture in 
sweat shops of (House Bes. No. 419), referred 2424. 

Volunteers: bill granting admission to National Home for 
Disabled volunteers to volunteers of war with Spain 
(see biUS. 4926). 

bills granting extra pay to (see bills S. 5028; H. B. 

11248, 11816). 

bills to provide for raising, organizing, and main- 
taining (see biUsS. 5118; H. B. 11177). 

bills to amend act to reimburse States and Territories 

for expenses incurred in raising troops in war with 
Spain (see bills S. 5260; H. B. 12020, 12128). 

bills to provide medals for female volunteer nurses 

(see bills S. 5357; H. B. 11833). 

bill for discharge of (see bill S. 5516). 

— bills to allow volunteer regiments to retain their 

colors (see bills S. 5588; H. B. 12041). 

bill to adjust clothing accounts of deceased (see bill 

H. B. 10912). 

bill to transfer volunteer brigade of engineers and 

immune regiments to regular establishment (see 
bill H. B. 11092). 

bill for monument to soldiers of Second United States 

Volunteer Cavalry who were killed in railroad acci- 
dent at Tupelo, Miss, (see bill H. B. 11256). 

bill regulating payment to (see bill H. B. 11874). 

bill to transfer Sixth Ohio Volunteer Infantry to 

regular establishment (see bill H. B. 11412). 

— bill to pay claims for medical services rendered bv 

civilian physicians and private hospitals to (see bill 
H. B. 11676). 

bill making appropriation to pay claims for medical 

expenses mcurred while on furlough (see bill H. B. 
12118). 

bill granting extra pay to enlisted men of Astor bat- 
tery (see bill H. B. 12173). 

joint resolutions to reimburse States for cost of trans- 
portation of (see S. B. 238; H. Bes. 851). 

joint resolution construing act to reimburse States 

and Territories for expenses incurred in raising 
(sees. B. 241). 

joint resolutions for immediate discharge of (see 

H. Bes. 884. 842). 

amendment in Senate to reimburse States aud Terri- 
tories for cost of transi)ortation of 1375. 

amendment in Senate relative to pay of officers of 

immune regiments for services rendered prior to 
date of commission 2129, 2692. 

debate in Senate on muster oat of 209, 211. 

memorial of legislature of Nebraska for appropriation 

to pay medical expenses incurred while on furlough 
1964, 2036, 2037, 2080, 2083. 
ArmyBegister 

Concurrent resolution in House to print additional copies 
(House Con. Bes. No. 76), referred 2771, 2772. 

Amdt, Christian 

Bill for reUef (see bill S. 5208). 
Arnold, Jennett E. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 10478). 
Arnold, WiUiam C. (a Representative from Pennsylvania) 

Attended 14. 
B///8 and joint resolutions introducsd by 

Woods, Mary A: to pension (see bill H. B. 11693) 826. 



Arnold— Continued. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

New York, N. Y., American Shipping and Industrial League: 

to increase American shipping 1234. 
Pennsylvania, citizens of Clarion: for temperance legisla- 
tion 881. 
postmasters of Clarion County: for increase of com- 
pensation 1687. 
Pennsylvania churches and societies: for certain legisla- 
tion 1200, 1338, 1371, 1412, 1672, 1779, 1964, 2086, 2081, 2203, 
2261, 2605. 
Pennsylvania Grand Army of Bepublic: for temperance 
legislation 2081, 2203, 2355. 
Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization 1261. 
Post-Office appropriation bill 809. 
¥otes of. See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 
Arsenals and Stations. See Army. 
Arthur, John (administrator) 

Beport of Court of Claims on claim of (H. B. Doc. 235) 
1962. 

Arthur Kill Channel, New Jersey 

Amendment in Senate for improvement of 1875. 
Artisarlook (Alaskan natir^e) 

Bills for relief (see bill H. B. 12120; S. B. 229; H. Bes. 870). 

Message of President recommending reward for services of 
(S. Doc. 66) 726, 780. 

Ashby, Clare M, 

Bill for relief (see bUl H. B. 10225). 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation to pay 2696. 

Asheville, North Carolina 

Bill making appropriation to enlarge public building at 
(see bill S. 5240). 

Ashmead, William 

Bills to pension (see bills a 5186; H. B. 11819). 
Petition for pension 856. 

Assay Offices. See Mints and Assay Offices. 
Astor Battery. See War with Spain. ^ 
Astoria, Oregon 

Bill to make port of immediate transportation (see bill S. 

4708). 
Bill for steam launch for customs service at (see bill S. 5086). 
Amendment in Senate for appropriation for construction 

of steam launcli for use of customs service at 2208. 
Amendment in Senate to make, port of immediata transpor- 
tation 2234. 

Astronomical Society of the Pacific 

Joint resolution to remit duties on dies and hubs for (see 
S. B. 199). 

Athens, Alabama 

Bill for investigation and payment of claim of Cumberland 
Presbyterian Church at (see bill S. 5529). 

Athens, Georgia 

Bin to erect public building at (see bill H. B. 12070). 
Atherton, Jacob N. 

BQl to pension (see bill H. B. 5069). 
Atkinson, Edxcard 

Order of Senate to print paper entitled ** The Cost of a Na- 
tional Crime," prepared by, passed (S. Doc. 82) 1159. 
Order of Senate to print paper entitled "Criminal Aggres- 
sion; By Whom Committed," prepared by, passed (S. Doc. 
168) 2607. 

Atkinson, Richard 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 9455). 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Bill to enlarge public building at (see bill S. 4939). 

Bills to erect public building at (see bills S. 5576; H. B. 1652). 

Estimates of appropriation for erection of penitentiary at 
(H. B. Docs. 172, 184) 1012, 1233. 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. B. 3968). 
Atlantic Coast 

Bill for construction of steam revenue cutter for service on 
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Atlantic Mutual Ixunirance Company 

Amendment in Senate to pay claim of 2608. 

Atlantic Ocean 

Bills to construct canal to connect Pacific Ocean with (see 
bills S. 4792; H. R. 11095, 11274, 11309; H. Res. 876). 

'Atlantic Works 

Bills for reHef (see bills S. 4987; H. R. 11880). 
Attaches. See Diplomatic and Ck>NSi}LAB Sbbyicb. 

Attomey-Qeneral 

Amendment in Senate for reduction in number of clerks of 

class 4 in office of 1641. 
Estimates of appropriation for salaries and expenses of office 
of (S. Doc. 136) 2866. 
Communications from 

Alaska: transmitting report of commission to codify laws and to 

frame code of procedure for (H. B. Doo. 99) 856, 880. 
Ammal report of (H. B. Doo. 9). (Omitted in Record.) 
Courts of United States: transmitting list of judgments rendered 

anunst United States by (S. Doo. 154: H. B. Doo^) 1292, 2606. 
Indian depredation claims: report on judgments of Court of Claims 

in (S. Doo. 148; H. B. Docs. &, 183) 18, 27. 1283, 2426. 
Postal serrice: transmitting revision of laws affecting (H. B. Doa 

266) 1919, 2854. 

Orders to 

Claims: to inform Senate relative to judgments of courts of United 
States in 2869. 

Auditor for War Department 

Estimate of appropriation for employment of temporary 
force in office of (S. Doc. 67) 560. 

Auer, Frederick 

Bill to increase pension (eee bill S. 5415). 
Auld, Thomas 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11921). 
Austin, Simeon 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 11158). 
Austin, W, IL, d? Co, 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation to pay 2609, 2693. 
Australasia 

Bill to contract with Pacific Cable Company of New York 
for transmission of electrical messages to (see bill S. 5181). 
Amendment in Senate to bill (S. 8057) to contract with Pa- 
cific Cable Company of New York for transmission of 
electrical messages to 859. 

Auxiliary Navy. See Navy. 

Avey , Jacob 

Petition for relief of estate 1294. 
Ayres, Eli 

Bill for relief of estate (see bill S. 8881). 
Babbitt, Charles 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 11682). 

Babcock, Asa D, 

Bill for reHef (see biU H. B. 11152). 

Babcock, Elizabeth 

Bill to increase pension (see biU H. B. 11886). 

Babcock, Joseph W, (a Representative from Wisconsin) 
Appointed conferee 2478, 2528, 2908. 
Amendments offered by, to 

District of Columbia appropriation bill 2758. 
Biiis and Joint resolutions introduced 6/ 

Baraboo, Wis: to erect public building at (see bill H. B. 

11187) 245. 
Brooks, Edwin: to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11168) 

204. 
District of Columbia: to regulate height of buildings in (see 
bill H. R. 11028) 51. 

to remove unsafe buildings in (see bill H. B. 11024) 51. 

to amend act to amend criminal laws of (see bill H. 

B. 11494) 525. 

to redeem outstanding certificates in (see bill H. B. 

11532) 598. 

to regulate licenses of theaters in (see bill H. B. 

12085) 1778. 

to regulate licenses in (see bill H. B. 12087) 1778. 

Potomac River: for clearing ice from (see H. Res. 862) 1726. 



Babcock — Continued. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Veteran Volunteers: granting additional bounty to (see 

bill H. B. 11025) 51. 
Washington, D. C: for rencoval of weeds from land in (see 
in (see bill H. B. 11570) 683. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Washington, D. C, centennial: for appointment of com- 
mittee on (H. Bes. No. 421) 2580. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

District of Columbia, Commissioners of: relative to certain 
outstanding certificates 634. 

District of Columbia North Capitol and Eckington Citi- 
zens' Association: relative to library site 1284. 

District of Columbia Society of Colonial Dames: relative to 
polygamy 1056. 

Milwaukee, Wis., Chamber of Commerce: for modification 
of war-revenue bill 682. 

Washington, D. C, Central Labor Union: relative to public 
library 1888. 

Wisconsin, citizens of: for temperance legislation 684, 682. 

for postal savings banks 1412. 

citizens of Richland Center: against seating B. H. 

Roberts as Representative 2772. 

Remarks by, on 

Change of reference 1848. 

City and Suburban Railway Company 2241. 

District of Columbia appropriation bill: conference report 

on 2758, 2759, 2760, 2761, 2908, 2909, 2910, 2928. 
District of Columbia compiled statutes 2248. 
District of Columbia health ordinances 2248. 
District of Columbia public works 2241, 2242. 
Furguson, Harriet A: relief of 2248. 
Flour inspection 114, 128, 129. 
Great Fafis of Potomac River 112, 115, 116, 117, 120, 125, 127, 

128. 
Metropolitan Railroad extension 2248. 
Order of business 2109. 
Pennsylvania avenue extension 2527, 2528. 
Removal of snow and ice 1868, 1869. 
Renumbering of lots 2472, 2908. 
Sale of liquor on Sunday 2239. 2240. 
Typewriters for recording deeds 112, 118, 114. 
Washington, D. C, centennial celebration 2242. 
Washington and University Railroad Company 2242. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee of conference 
District of Columbia street extension (bill H. B. 11629) 2750. 
S street extension (bill H. R. 11597) 2751. 
Committee on the District of Columbia 
Assessment and taxation of land (bill H. R. 12184; Report 

2801) 2424. 
Sale of liquor on Sunday (Report 2078) 1671. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Back Bay, Mississippi 

Bill to allow mayor and board of aldermen of town of Biloxi, 
Miss., to bridge (see bill H. R. 12200). 

Bacon, Augtisttis O. (a Senator from Georgia) 

Attended 1. 

Appointed conferee 440, 654. 

Appointed on committee 2844. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Maritime Canal Company of Nicaragua: bill to incorporate 
183, 750. 

Philippine Islands: joint resolution declaring policy rela- 
tive to 1489. 

Biver and harbor appropriation bill 2292. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Anderson, Louis J: for relief (see S. R. 251) 2086. 

Atlanta, Ga: to erect public building at (see bill S. 5576) 
2265. 

City and Suburban Railway Company: to amend charter of 
(see biU S. 4944) 55. 

Columbus, Ga: to enlarge public building at (see bill S. 5558) 



Georgia: to create judicial district in (see bill S. 5586) 2432. 
McDaniel, Phillip E: for relief (see bill S. 5441) 1415. 
Macon, Ga: to enlarge public building at (see bill S. 5552) 

2086. 
Metropolitan Railroad Company: to allow to extend lines 

(see bill S. 4948) 55. 



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Bacon— Continned. 
Bills and joint resolufiona introduced by 

Sayannah Bi^er, Qeoigia: to allow bridge acroflB (see bill 
8. 4994) 137. 
§lothn9 and resolutiona offered by 

Bnmswick, Ga: inquiry relative to improvemCTit of harbor 

at 1528. 
Philippine lalandfl: for indepaidence of (see S» B. 211) 561. 
Semarka by, on 

Acqnisition of territory 665, 567, 672, 1879, 1383, 1384. 

Army reorganization 2456. 

Colnmbns and Macon, Ga., pnblic bnildings 2(f78, 2574. 

Fast mail service 1925, 1926, 1982, 1988. 

Game and song birds 489. 

Gathman torpedo gnn 2622, 2628, 2686, 2687, 2688. 

G^eorgia Pine BaUway bridge 2181, 2284. 

Nicaragua Canal 104, 108, 109, 149, 178, 186, 440, 441, 750, 751, 

752, 2285, 2292, 2298 (Appendix 57, 58, 59, 60). 
Pension legdalation 171, 178. 
Fhilippinelslands 783-788, 1019, 1154, 1205, 1211. 1212, 1299, 

1800, 1801, 1802, 1489, 1490, 1492, 1494, 1495, 2285. 
resolutions relative to 1240, 1241, 1242, 1243, 1244, 

1348, 1349, 1732, 1784, 1785, 1786, 1737, 1834, 1836, 

1837, 1888, 1889. 
Savannah Biver bridge 684, 917. 
State expenses for volunteers 1751, 1752. 
Reports made by, from 

Oommiitee on PubUo BuUdings and Orcunde 
Atlanta, Ga., public building (bill S. 5576) 2775. 
Ifotea of. See Ykil-and-Nay Yotes. 

Bacon, Ira 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 2880). 
Be^ooHf Mary R. 

BUI to pension (see bill S. 2716). 
Bailey, Estaloee H. 

BiUs to pension (see bills S. 5189; H. B. 11821). 

Petition for pension 856. 

Bailey, Joseph W, (a Representative from Texas) 
Attended 14. 
Appointed conferee 2528. 

Appointed on committee to wait on President 16. 
Appointed on funeral committee 679. 
Appointed teller 709. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Navy and Marine Corps: bill to increase efficiency of per- 
sonnel 706, 708. 
Bills and Joint resolutions irtroducedby 

Denison, Bonham and New Orleans Bailwav Conrpany: to 
amend act granting right of way to (see bill H. B. 12112) 
1968. 

Gkunesville, McAlester and St. Louis Bailwav Company: to 
amend act granting right of way to (see bill H. B. 11084) 
183. 
Motions and resolufiona offered by 

Adjourn: to 1487. 

Coates, Bobert: to retain on rolls of Doorkeeper 2885. 

House of Bepresentatives: inquiry relative to right of mem- 
bers to hold commissions in Army (House Bes. No. 354) 
810, 821. 

Speaker: tendering thanks of House to 2935. 
Bemarica by, on 

Acceptance of conmiissions in Army by members of House 
810. 

Additional naval cadets 1994. 

Admissions to Naval Academy 1496, 1497. 

Alaska criminal laws 418. 

Army appropriation bill 2487, 2488. 

Army reorganization 2676, 2677, 2684. 

Army reorganization bill 851, 852, 935, 936, 973, 1823, 1324, 
1882,1338. 

Auxiliary naval vessels 1409, 1410. 

Breen, John: relief of 2062. 

Census bill 1252. 

Chinese exclusion 208. 

Civil-service law 480, 481, 482. 

Denison, Bonham and Gulf Bailway Company 2833. 

Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill 609, 610, 1440, 
1441. 

Extra pay to volunteers 442, 



Bailey— Continued. 
Remarka by, on 

Gainesville, McAlester and St. Louis Bailway 706. 

GK>ld and silver production 2395. 

Hahnemann, Samuel: mcmument to 2888. 

Hawaiian Isliuids navigation laws 950. 

Holmes, Prentice: relief of 806, 853. 

House employees 2761* 

House folding room 998. 

Incidentals^jects 198, 855, 382, 889, 767, 1261, 1392, 1898, 
2395, 2473, 2915, 2916, 2917. 

International American Bank 220, 221, 222. 

Labor legislation 418. 

Navy personnel bill 671, 672, 678, 706, 707, 708, 709. 

Nicarainia Canal 1874, 1875, 1895, 1896. 

Orders in bankruptcy 156, 157. 

Pacific Cable Companjr 770, 771. 

Pan-American Exposition 2745, 2746. 

Philadelphia Export Exposition 314. 

Point of order 2588. 

Printing in Becord 2316. 

PubHc building bills 1561, 1562, 1568. 

Beading of Washin^n's Farewell Address 2187. 

Sixth judicial circuit judge 407, 408. 

Sullivan, John C: relief of 2885. 

Sundry civil appropriation bill 1951, 1959. 

Thanks of House to Speaker 2935. 

Treaty with Spain 1853. 
Votea of. See Yea-and-Nay Votbb. 
Bailey, Latorence D. 

Bill for relief of estate (see bill S. 5237). 
Bailey, Sallie A. E. {administratrix) 

Bills for reUef (see bills S. 5496; H. B. 12145). 
Bailey Greek Flats. See James Biveb. 
Baird, Samuel T, (a Representative from Louisiana) 

Attended 14. 
¥otes of. See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 
Baker, A, J. 

BiU for reUef (see biU H. B. 11809). 
Baker, Bernard B. 

Joint resolution tendering thanks of Congress to (see H. BeSt 



Baker, Mrs. Frazier 

Petition for relief 491. 
Baker, James 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. B. 11261). 
Baker, James F, 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 11760). 
Baker, Jehu (a Representative from lainois) 

Attended 14. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Crawford, James S: to withdraw his papers 2902. 

Turchiu, John B: to withdraw bill for relief 2902. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Lebanon, BL, Woman's Christian Temperance Union: 
against seating polygamists in Congress 2987. 
Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization 1128. 

Beckert, Sebastian: relief of 2762. 

Colonial policy 1314. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Baker, Lucia F. 

BiU to pension (see bill S. 5341). 
Baker, Lucien (a Senator from Kansas) 

Attended 918. 

Appointed on committee 1389. 
iUnendments offered by, to 

Sundry civil appropriation bill: Leavenworth, Kans., Vol- 
unteer Soldiers* Home 2208. 
Bills and/oint resolutions introduced by 

Howey, Thomas: to increase pension (see bill S. 5406) 1237. 
Huff, Thomas G: to increase pension (see bill S. 5398) 1237. 
Kansas City, Eans: to erect public building at(see bill S. 
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Ba'ker — Continued. 
Bills an i joint resolutions introduced 6/ 

Martin, Joseph R: to increase pension (see bill S. 5404) 1287. 
Mize, William H: to increase pension (see billS. 5401) 1287. 
Mock, Jamee M: to pension (see bill S. 5899) 1287. 
Mnllins, Martin: for relief (see biU a 5409) 1287. 
Poteau, Ind. T: to hold court at (see bill a 5437) 1415. 
Rosenthal, Mary I: to increase pension (see bill a 5408 

1237. 
Ruby, Edward L: to pension (see bill S. 5402) 1287. 
Six, Joseph L: to increase pension (see bill a 5898) 1287. 
Soapene. Mary: to pension (see bill S. 5407) 1237. 
Taylor, William: to increase pension (see bill S. 5400) 1237. 
Topeka, Eans: to enlarge pnblio bnuding at (see bill S. 

5555) 2129. 
Wagner, Frederick W: to increase pension (see bill a 5405) 

1237. 
Wheeler, Abigail M: to pension (see bill a 5897) 1287. 
Petftfons and papers presented by, from 

Conch, Rosa M: for pension 1873. 

Hawaiian Talandii, citizens of: relatiye to immigration laws 
1878. 
Remarks by, on 

Fort Smith and Western Railroad Company 2267. 

Pottawatomie and Kickapoo Indian reservations 2044. 

Topeka, Eans., public building 2559. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Pensions 

Anderson, James F. (Report 1817) 2584. 

Bourne, Benjamin F. (Report 1816) 2534. 

Brown, Qeorge (Report 1700) 2126. 

Capron, Arba (Report 1703) 2126. 

Lyon, Oliver J. (Report 1701) 2126. 

Scott, Jonathan (Report 1699) 2125. 

Trimble, Mary E. (Report 1598) 1876. 
¥otes of. See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 
Baker, Michael 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 1888). 
Baker, William B, (a Bepresentaiivefrom Maryland) 

Attended 14. 
Petitioas and papers presented by, from 

Spaulding, C. C: for reUef 1412. 
¥otes of. See Yba-and-Nay YoTBa. 

Balch, John W. 

Bin for relief (see biU H. R. 11528). 
Balderston, Eli 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5510). 
Baldwin, Alice and William A. 

Bill for reHef (see bill H. R. 11749). 

Baldwin, Andrew J. 

Bill to increase pension (see bin H. R. 11607). 
Papers referred in House 779. 

Ball, Thomas H. (a Representative from Texas) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Postal Telegraph Cable Company: granting rij^ of way to 

(see bmnTR. 11415)428. 
Texas: to amend act for construction of deep-water harbor 
on coast of (see bOl H. R. 11227) 268. 

Remarks by, on 

Indemnity to Spain 1946, 1947. 
River and harbor appropriation bin 1856, 1857. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Ballard, Thomxis H, 

Papers withdrawn in Senate 885. 
Balsking, Robert 

BiU to increase pennon (see bin S. 5293). 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Bin to erect public bunding at (see bUl S. 710). 
Bill making appropriations for miprovement of defenses of 
(seebmH.R. 11514). 

Baltimore and Washington Transit Company 
Annual report of (H. R. Doc. 196) 1370. 



Banfield, Charles E, 

Bin to increase pension (see bUl S. 5267). 
Bankhead, John H, (a Representative from Alabama) 

Attended 14. 

Appc^ted conferee 1758, 2686, 2687, 2903. 

Appointed on funeral o(»nmittee 407. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

States: to pay expenses incurred for volunteers by (see 
H. Res. 351) 1474. 

Warrior River, Tenn: to anew wagon bridge across (see 
bin H. R. 12072) 1726. 
Remarks by, on 

Anniston, Ala., public bunding 1622. 

Baltimore, Md., public bunding 2892. 

Joplin, Mo., pubuc bunding 1615. 

Muscle Shoals, Ala., canal 1410. 

Muscle Shoals Power Company 1850. 

Post-Office appropriation bdl: conference rep<Hrt on 2590. 

Public bundmg bnis 1561, 1562. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Public BuHdinga and Chvunds 

Anniston, Ala., puWc bunding (Report 1988) 1520. 

Columbus, Qa., pubUc bunding (Report 2004) 1521. 

Hopkinsvine, Ey., pubUc bundmg (Report 2015) 1589. 

Newport News, Va., public bundmg (Report 1929) 1519. 

Portsmouth, Va., public bunding (Report 2009) 1521. 
Votes of. See Yba-and-Nay Voteb. 
Bankruptcy 

Bin to amend act to establish uniform system of (see biU 
H. R. 10996.) 

Resolution in Senate to print general ordera of Supreme 
Court relative to, passed 859. 

Resolution in House to print general orders of Supreme 
Court relative to, passed 156. 

Petition of referees m bankruptcy in Massachusetts for in- 
crease of compensation 1526. 

Baraboo» Wisconsin 

Bni to erect public bonding at (see bni H. R. 11187). 
Barber, Charles H, 

Bin to increase pension (see bm H. R. 9859). 
Barber, Isaxic A. (a Representative from Maryland) 
Attended 14. 
BiRs tmd/smt rsssMhns introduced by 

Chesapeake Trader— schooner: for renef of owners (see bin 

H. R. 11888) 1292. 
Parlett, B. F: for reUef (see bHl H. B. 11577) 674. 
Petitions cuid papers presented by, from 

Maryland, citizens of Shawsville: for postal savings banks 

1871. 
Parlett, B. F: for rehef 674. 
Remarks by, on 

Baltimore, Md., pubUc bunding 2892. 
Parlett, B. F: refief of 2885, 2886. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on InvdKd Pensions 
De Yon, Martha M. (Report 20^) 1636. 
Votes of. ^ee'YEA-AND-NAY Votes. 
Barhft"^, John A. (a Representative from Calif omia) 
Attended 14. 
Ril/s and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Hawaiian Islands: to extend inmiigration laws over (see 

bin H. R. 11306) 356. 
Hopkins, Louise K: to increase pension (see bin H. R. 

10986) 17. 
Trinidad, Cal: to construct telephone from light-house at 
(see bin H. R. 11731) 958. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

California, citizens of Highland: for Nicaragua Canal 1200. 

citizens of San Anselmo: against sale of Uquor on 

Gk>vemment reservations 89. 
California legislature: for construction of Nicaragua Canal 

1687. 
Highland, CaL, Orange G^rowers' Association: for Nicaragua 
Canal 1200. 
Remarks by, on 

Table Bluff, Cal., telephone line 767. 



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Baxham— Ck>ntdiiQed. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
Sabine Bank, Tex., light (Report 1867) 1288. 
Trinidad light-house telephone (Report 2057) 1686. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Barker, Elias 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 12109). 

Barkley, Richard W, 

Joint resolution to restore to Navy (see S. R. 166). 

Barksdale, Ida 

Bills to pension (see bills S. 4978; H. R. 11258). 
Papers referred in House 284. 

Barlow, C A. (a Bepresentative from California) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed teller 2768. 

Leave of absence granted to 165, 244. 
Amendments offered by, to 

River and harbor appropriation bill 1865, 1405. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Adams, Elizabeth: for relief (see bUl H. R. 11822) 856. 

Ashmead, William: for relief (see bill H. R. 11819) 856. 

BaUey, Estaloee H: for relief (see bill H. R. 11821) 856. 

Bowen, Emmer: for relief (see bill H. R. 11881) 897. 

Bums, John: for relief (see bill H. R. 11002) 28. 

Hodgman, G. W: for relief (see bill (H. R. 11824) 856. 

Lowe Institute, Cal: grantmg lands to (see bill H. R. 
11031) 52. 

Lowther, Margaret A: for relief (see bill H. R. 11882) 897. 

Mallory, Frederick B: for relief (see bill H. R. 11082) 52. 

Miller, John W: for relief (see bill H. R. 11828) 856. 

Olmstead, Jonas: for relief (see bill H. R. 11880) 897. 

Pasadena and Mount Wilson Railway Ck)mpany: granting 
right of way to (see bills H. R. 11271, 11618) 820, 682. 

Pension claims: relating to (see bill H. R. 11876) 897. 

Speicher, G. J: for relief (see bill H. R. 11825) 856. 

Stevens, Charles R: for relief (see bill H. R. 11820) 856. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Adams, Elizabeth: for relief 857. 

Ashmead, William: for pension 857. 

Bailey, Estaloee H: for pension 857. 

California, citizens of Saoita Ana: for temperance legislation 
779. 

Everts, Morgan: for relief 1838. 

Hodgman, George W: for relief 857. 

Mallory, Frederick B: for relief 62. 

Miller, John W: for relief 857. 

Olmstead, Jonas: for relief 898. 

Santa Ana, Cal. , churches and societies: for temperance leg- 
islation 779. 

Speicher, (Jeorge Jacob: for relief 857. 

Stevens, Charles R: for relief 857. 
Remarks by, on 

Los Angeles, Cal., public building 2767, 2768. 

Pasadena and Mount Wilson Railroad 1998. 

Philippine Islands (Appendix 224). 

Point Arguello, Cal., light-house 768, 764. 

Redstone, Albert E: reuef of 377. 

Voting machines 1612. 

Wilmmgton, Cal., harbor improvement 1865, 1866, 1405. 
ITotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Barnes, Elias E, 

Amendment in Senate to pay 2859. 

Barney, Samuel 8, (a Representative from Wisconsin) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 265, 2911. 

Bills and joint resolutions Introduced by 

Admiralty courts: to extend jurisdiction of (see bill H. R. 

11789) 958. 
Hughes, John E: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11887) 

1292. 
Sheboygan, Wis. : to improve harbor at (see bill H. R. 11230) 

269. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Whittleton, Robert J: to pay for services in enrolling room 
(House Res. No. 898) 1637. 



Barney— Continued. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 
Caspers, Joseph: for relief 821. 
Nohr, Frederick: for relief 559. 
Milwaukee, Wis., Northwestern National Military Home: 

relative to pensioners at military homes 1838. 
Whittleton, Robert J: for relief 1687. 
Wisconsin, citizens of Waukesha: against seating B. H. 
Roberts as Representative 2580. 

postmasters of Waukesha County: for increase of 

compensation 2580. 
Remarks by, on 

Alaska criminal laws 549, 550, 555, 550. 
Pension appropriation bill 219, 220. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Appropriations 
Pension appropriation bill (bill H, R. 11157; Report 1678) 
195, 204. 
Committee on Public Lands 
Victor, Col., water reservoirs (Report 1908) 1441. 
Wisconsin swamp-land grant (Report 1815) 1012, 
notes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Barre, Vermont 

Bill to donate condemned cannon to (see bill H. R. 11790), 
Barrel, Jane 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11726). 
Papers referred in House 882. 

Barrett, Mrs, A. J, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11589). 

Barrett, William E. (a Representative from Massachusetts) 
Appointed teller 2600. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army appropriation bill 2478. 

International American bank: bill to incorporate 251. 
River and harbor appropriation bill 1866. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Boston, Mass., Navy-Tard: to enlarge wet dock at (see 

bill H. R. 11185) 245. 
Davis, W. B: to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R, 

11986) 1474. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Boston, Mass., Merchants' Association: for improvement of 

harbor 491. 
Everett, Mass., First Baptist Church: relative to polygamy 

2605. 
Remarks by, on 

Army appropriation biU 2475, 2476, 2477, 2478, 2479. 
Bluefield, W. Va., pubUc building 2595, 2596, 2597, 2598, 

2599, 2600, 2601. 
International American bank 229, 285. 
Vinyard Haven naval hospital 2597, 2598. 

¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Barron, George 

BiU for reUef (see bill H. R. 11578). 

Barrows, Samuel J. (a Representative from Massachusetts) 

Appointed director of Columbia Hospital for Women 1885. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Frederick Douglas Memorial and Historical Association: 

to incorporate (see bill H. R. 11489) 464. 
Freedman^s Hospital: to provide permanent buildings for 
(see bill H. R. 11410) 428. 

notes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Barry, Michael F, 

Joint resolution granting life-saving medal to (see H. Res. 



Barth, Wilhelmina 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 2171). 
Barthalow, Francis R, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11727). 

Papers referred in House 882. 

Bartholdt, Richard (a Representative from Missouri) 
Attended 14. 
Appointed on funeral committee 2529. 



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Bills and joint teaolutiona Introduced by 

Lochboehler, Nicolas: for relief (see bill H. B. 11280) 821. 
Water supplies: for commission to inyeetigate pollation of 
(see bill H. B. 10959) 16. 
Petltiona and papsra preaented by, from 

Lochboehler, Nicholas: for relief 821. 
Bemarka by, on 

Hurley, Denis M: death of (Appendix 259). 
Philaaelphia Export Exposition 814. 
Votea of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Bartlett, A, A, 

Bill authorizing him to raise wreck of battle ship Maine 
(see bill S. 4961). 

Bartlett, Charles L, (a Representative from Oeorgia) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed on funeral committee 2529. 

Api)ointed on temi)orary committee ^ 
Bills and Joint resolutions Introduced by 

Clark, G. W., & Son: for relief (see bill H. B. 11745) 953. 

Fletcher, Julia E: to pension (see bill H. B. 11948) 1371. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Committee on Accounts: to allow to sit during sessions of 
House 1992. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Augusta, Gki., Board of Trade: relative to fast mail service 
1412. 

Gl^orgia, citizens of Macon: against seating B. H. Boberts 
as Bepresentative 2855. 

citizens of Thomaston: for certain legislation 525. 

G^rgia George Washington Memorial Association: for uni- 
versity of United States 284. 

Georgia legislature: for construction of Nicaragua Canal 
525. 

Georgia Woman's Home Mission Society: against seating 
B. H. Boberts as Bepresentative 2122. 

International Typographical Union: for present system of 
ticket brokerage 284. 

EnoxviUe, Tenn., Chamber of Commerce: for fast mail 
service 1293. 

Macon, Ga., Brotherhood of Boiler Makers and Iron Ship- 
builders: for certain legislation 857. 

Macon, Ga., Chamber of Commerce: to improve Federal 
building 1298. 

Macon, Ga., Epworth League: for temperance legislation 



Philadelphia, Pa., United American Mechanics: for Nica- 
ragua Canal 284. 
Bemarks by, on 

Alaska criminal laws 544. 

Army reorganization 985 (Appendix 211)« 

Clerks of district courts 1660. 

Indemnity to Spain 1945. 

International American Bank 242, 244. 

Legislation on appropriation bills 1910. 

Macon, Ga., public building 1626. 

Philippine Islands 1940, 1941. 

Public building bills 1620, 1621 , 2489, 2580. 

Walthall, Edward C: death of 2417. 
Beports made by, from 
Committee on Accounts 

Whittleton, Bobert J: resolution to pay for services 2980. 
notes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Barton, Clara, and others 

Joint resolutions tendering thanks of Congress to (see S. B. 
208; H. Bes. 881). 

BaMett, Annie <7. 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5274). 
Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 12068). 
Papers referred in House 1678. 

Batchellor Pneumatic Company 

Amendment in Senate to s^low them to open and excavate 
streets in city of Washington 1640. 

Bate, William B, [a Senator from Tennessee") 

Attended 17. 

Credentials presented 1918. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army: bill to reorganize 2447. 



Bate— Continued. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Biver and harbor appropriation bill: snag boat for Cumber- 
land Biver 1640. 
Bills and joint resolutions Introduced by 

Powell, Thomas J: for relief (see bill S. 4964) 92. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Cherokee Nation, citizens of: relative to certain legislation 
2264. 

Cigar Makers* International Union: against territorial ex- 
pansion 2124. 

Clarksville, Tenn., Tobacco Board of Trade: for certain 1^- 
islation 1967. 

Gale, Catherine P: for legislation to prohibit polygamy 
1967. 

EnoxviUe, Tenn., societies: for temperance le^lation 1881. 

Memphis, Tenn., Cotton Exchange: for certain legislation 
1593, 2082. 

Memphis, Tenn., Merchants* Exchange: for fast mail service 
1674. 

New York, citizens of Auburn: for temperance legislation 
1881. 

Tennessee, citizens of Erin: for temperance legislation 2082. 

Bemarks by, on 

Alaska criminal law, 1886, 1888. 

Army reorganization 2484. 

Fast mail service 1997, 1928, 1930. 

Fourth of July claims 2618, 2619. 

Nicaragua Canal 2291. 

Pensions to Confederate soldiers 1081. 

State expenses for volunteers 1751, 1752. 
Beports made by, from 
Committee on Military Affairs 

Geissinger, James (Bbport 1878) 2608. 

Kloenne, Julius C. (Bepobt 1867) 2608. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Bates, A, E. 

Bills to allow him to accept foreign decoration (see -bills 
S. 5050; H. B. 11885). 

Bates, John C, 

Bill to pay judgment against (see bill S. 4894). 
Amendment in Senate for appropriation to pay judgment 
against 2086, 2586. 

Bates, Mary C. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 2459). 
Batesville, Arkansas 

Bills to regulate holding United States courts at (see bills 
S. 5819; H.B. 11740). 

Battery. See New York (City). 

Battle of New Orleans. See Wae with Great Britain (1812). 

Battle Ships. See Navy. 

Battlecreek, Michigan 

Bills to erect public building at (see bills S. 4875; H. B. 
11098). 

Battles. See Armt. 

Baudy, David 

BiU for relief (see bill H. B. 11004). 
Bauman, Barbara A, 

BUI to pension (see bill H. B. 11262). 

Papers referred in House 780. 

Baxter, Elvira E. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 2806). 
Bay Bidge ChanneL See New Yore Harbor. 
Baz'ile Creek, NebrasTea 

Amendment in Senate for improvement of bridge aoiMs 
493, 599. 

Beach, Clifton B, (a Bepresentative from Ohio) 
Attended 14. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Beach, Lansing H, 

Besolution of inquiry in House relative to case of (House 
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Beacli Thoroughfare, New Jersey 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for improvement 
of 1597. 

Beacons. See Lights. 
Bean, Pfiebe A, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11548). 

Papers referred in Honse 599. 

Beard, J, 8. 

Bill for reUef of estate (see bill H. B. 11774). 
Beard, James S. 

Bill for relief of estate (see 1^ H. B. 11778). 
Beaty, John 8. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 4622). 
Beaufort, North Carolina 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for improving in- 
land waterway connectingJHew Biver with harbor at 1597. 

Beaumont, Texas 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill S. 926). 
Beaver, Samuel 8, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5289). 
Becker, Frederick W, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11588). 

Papers referred in House 598. 

Beckerd, Sebastian 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 8978). 
Beckman, Edward F, 

Resolution in House to pay (House Bes. Na 861) referred 
491. 

Beckwith, Ira W, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11841). 
Bedell, Henry C, 

Bill to pension (see biU a 8911). 
Beef Contracts. See War Depabtmbht. 
Beer, Frederick T,, and others 

Petition for relief 1014. 
Beet-Sugar Industry 

Message of President transmitting annual report on (H. B. 
Doc. 267) 2618, 2687. 

Concurrent resolution in House to print additional c<^ies of 
report on, passed 2687, 2696. 

Begley, John 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 9844). 
Beirut, Sijria 

Amendment in Senate to establish United States consulate 
at 686, 1081. 

Beistle, James 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11425). 
Belden, James J. (a B/qpresewtatioefTon New York) 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced 6/ 

Kenyon, Delos M: to increase pension (see biU H. B. 12018) 
1522. 
Petit/on $ and papers presented bj/^ from 

Cazenovia, N. Y., Woman's Home Missionary Society: 

against seating B. H. Boberts as Bepresentative 1829. 
New York, citizens of Syracuse: for temperance legislation 
954. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Belford, Joseph M. (a Representative from New York) 
Bills and Joint resoMions introduced fy 

Young, Gteorge W: for reUef (see biU H. B. 11987) 1475. 
Petitions and papers preeented by, ^wn 

American Association of Chewing Gum Manufacturers; rel- 
ative to war-revenue law 269. 
Chicago, m., Board of Trade: for improvement of river 882. 
Eureka, Cal., harbor commissioners: for improvraient of 

channel 729. 
Knoxville, Tenn., Chamber of Commerce: for fast-mail 

service 1475. 
Hew Y<nrk, citizens of: for temperance legislation 204, 821, 
729, 1916, 2580. 



Belford— Continued. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 
New York,postmasters of: for increase of compensation 1371, 

New York Chamber of Conmierce: to increase efficiency of 
consular service 729. 

New York churches and societies: for temperance legisla- 
tion 729, 826, 883, 1871, 1475. 

New York Merchants' Association: relative to legislation 
1475. 

New York Woman's Suffrage Association: for woman suf- 
frage in Hawaii 729. 

Philadelphia, Pa., United American Mechanics: for Nica- 
ragua Canal 269. ^ 
Votes ef. See Yka-aki>-Nat Votes. 

Belknap, Hugh R, (a Representative from Illinois) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Dodge, John S: for relief (see bill H. B. 11811) 1056. 
Supreme Coxut of United States: to amend law relating to 
appeals to (see bill H. B. 11489) 525. 
Petitions and papers preeented by, from 

Castle, W. B.: for certain le^slation 2122. 

Chicago, m., National Pure Food Association: against food 

adulteration 2122. 
Illinois Commandery of Loyal Legion: relative to system of 

promotions in Navy 269. 
Illinois Manufacturers' Association: for certain legislation 

2122. 
Porter, James: for pension 52. 
Remarks by, on 

Howard, Edward B: relief of 2085. 
Bditary Academy appropriation 1^ 1455, 1456, 1457. 
Bawlins, John A: removing remains of fSfkk 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Military Affavre 
Ernst, Anton (BsponT 2218) 2170. 
Explosion of ammunition cdiest (Bbpobt 1727) 568. 
Fore, William H: (Bepobt 2166) 1968. 
Fox, John (Bbpobt 2217) 217a 
Howard, Edward B. (Bepobt 2091) 1725. 
Howell, James W. (Bepobt 2815) 2605. 
Mullen, Thomas (Bbpobt 1861) 1147. 
Bawlins, John A. (Bbpobt 1721) 468. 
Wood, Joseph Hooker (Bbpobt 2816) 2605. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nat Votes, 
Bell, John C. (a Rtpresen iat ioefrom Colorado) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed on funeral conmiittee 679. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Alaska: bill to define and punish crimes in 424. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Foster, Minor A: for reUef (see bill H. B. 11448) 464. 
Internal-revenue stamps: to allow sale by postmasters (see 

bill H. B. 11880) 1292. 
Eennison, Abram J: for r^ief (see bill H. B. 11804) 1056. 
La Count, William H: for relief (see biU H. B. 12148) 2122. 
Mechling, Henry G: for relief (see bill H. B. 11861) 881. 
Ouray, Colo: for relief of inhabitants (see bill H. B. 11417) 

428. 
Beed, C. M: for relief (see bill H. B. 12170) 2260. 
Victor, Colo: granting lands for water reservoirs to (see 

bill H. B. 11142) 165. 
Walker, Eliza A: for relief (see bill H. B. 11805) 1056. 
Petitions andpapere presented by, from 

Ck)lorado, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1442. 
citizens of Clear Creek County: against certain legis- 
lation 882. 

deputy surveyors of: relative to compensation 2122. 

Colorado National Guard: relative to National Guard 1056, 

1147, 1293, 2122. 
Colorado Scientific Society: relative to Geological Survey 

1298. 
Denver, O>lo., Cigar Maker's Union: against annexation of 

Philippine Islands 1221. 
Idaho Springs, Colo., Chamber of Commerce: against in- 
creasing powers of Fish Commission 1056. 
Leadville, Colo., Board of Trade: for present system of 
^ ticket brokerage 1293. 
LefiKngwell, W. H: relative to patent snrv^s 2772^ 



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Bell— Contmned. 

MhhnB andpapon pntented by, from 

Pneblo, Colo., chxucheB and societies: for temperance legis- 
lation 1298. 

Pueblo, Colo., Iron Molderii* Union: for labor legislation 
2122. 

Pneblo, Colo., Woman's Christian Temperance Union: 
against seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 2122. 

Swan, J. S: against increasing powers of Fish Commission 
1056. 
Remarks by, on 

Alaska criminal laws 416, 424. 
Army reomuuzation 990, 1221, 1222. 
Dingley, lielson: death of 1775. 
Indenmity to Spain 1947, 1949, 2115. 
Indian appropriation bill 288. 
International American Bank 248. 
Labor legislation 416. 
Philippine Islands 1221, 1222, 2115. 
Victor, Colo. , lands 1453. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Yotbs. 

Bell, Joseph 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 11724). 
Ball, Mary E, 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. R. 11896). 

Belle Isle Park. See Detroit Bivbr. 
Btilinglkam Bay, WasMngtcn 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for improvement of 
1445. 

Belt Bailway Company 

Bills to allow them to constmct nndersToond edectrio rail- 
road in District of Columbia (see oilla S. 5184; H. R. 
11444). 

Bill anthorizing extension of tracks of (see bill H. R. 12023). 

Benevolent Orders 

Bill to exempt from piqrmeiit of war-revenue stamp tax 
(see bill H. R. 11026). 

Benner, Qeorge J, (a Bepreaentative from I^nsylvania) 
Attended 14. 
BiUo and joint noolutiona introduced by 

Bunty, Charles C: to pension (see bill H. R. 11447) 464. 
Stoner, Sarah: to pension (see bill H. R. 11446) 464. 
Stope, G^rge W: for relief (see bill H. R. 11457) 464. 
Petrthna and papera preaenied by, from 

Bnnty, Charles C: for increase of pension 464. 

Delta, Pa. , Minister's Association: for certain legislation 857. 

Pennsylvania churches and societies: for temperance legis- 
lation 429, 729, 954, 1838. 

McSherrystown, Pa., Cigar Makers* Union: f<nr labor legis- 
lation 1964. 

M^ers, Adalaide: for relief 1964. 

Shippensbnrg, Pa., churches: against seating B. H. Roberts 
as Representative 2261. 
Votea of. See Yba-and-Nay Vena. 

Benner, Lorenzo D. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11761). 

Bennett, Charlea O. (a Bepreaentaiivefrom New York) 
Attended 14. 
Mmendmenta offered by, to 

Navy and Marine Corps: bill to incfease efficiency of per- 
sonnel 724. 
Biiia and Joint reaoiutiona introduced by 

Brooklyn, N. Y: to enlarge public building at (see bill H. R. 

11686) 826. 
to cede to State of New York portion of cob dock, 

navy-yard, at (sep bill H. R. 11940) 1871. 
Remarica by, on 

Adams, Abel, reUef of estate 878. 

Battery, New York, fog signal 766. 

Cape Elizabeth, Me., light-ship 769. 

Correction of Record 884. 

Navy personnel bill 724. 

Pacific cable 769, 770, 771, 772, 774, 776, 777, 1865. 

Tail of Horse Shoe light-vessel 758. 



Bennett— Continued. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
Cape Elizabeth, Me., light-ship (Report 1701) 855. 
yotea of. See Yea-akd-Nay Votes. 
Bennett, Morgan B. 

Bill to increase pension (see bin H. R. 11587). 
Petition for pension 598. 

Bensinger, EnglebertJi 

Bill to correct military record (see bill S. 5284). 
Papers withdrawn in Senate 2814. 

Benton, Maecenaa E. (a Bepreaentative from Miaaouri) 
Attended 14. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Indian appropriation bill 274. 
Biiia and Joint reaoiutiona introduced by 

Page, Daniel M: for reUef (see bill H. R. 11952) 1871« 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Missouri, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1528. 
Remarics by, on 

Army reorganization 1187. 
Jo]^lin, Mo., public building 1618. 
Philippine Islands 1187. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Indian Affairs 
Arkanans Northvrestecn Railway Company (Rbpobt : 
2258. 

Votes of. See Yba-and-Nay VoTEa 
Benton, Tliamas H, 

Resolution in House relative to exercises upon acceptance 

of statue of, passed 778. 
Exercises in House upon acceptance from State of Missouri 
of statue of 1461. 

Benton, TJwmaa J, 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 12088). 
Benzinger, Engleberiii 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. R. 11697). 

Berdan Eirearma Manufacturing Company 

Bills for reUef (see bills S. 672; H. R. 321). 
Berger, Aaron 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. R. 11666). 
Berlin, Oermany 

Amendment in Senate relative to salary of secretary of 
United States embassy at 527, 781. 

Berry, Albert L, 

Bill for relief of estate (see bill H. R. 11764), 

Berry, Albert S. (a Bepreaentative from KentxuHcy) 

Attended 14. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army: bill to reorganize 1268. 
Biiis and joint resoiutions introduced by 

Cochran, M. A: for relief (see bill H. R. 11001) 28. 

Morris, Ellen: to pension (see bill H. R. 11559) 688. 
Motions and resoiutions offered by 

Licking River, Kentucky: for survey of (seeH. Res. 814) 269. 
Remarics by, on 

Appropriations 1801. 
Army reorganization 1268, 1269, 1270. 
Bluefield, W. Va., public building 2597, 2598. 
Carrollton, Ky., public building 1587, 1627. 
District of Columbia appropriation bill 162, 
Great Falls of Potomac River 122. 
Hawaiian Islands navigation laws 949. 
Naval Academy buildings 2349. 
Navy appropriation bill 2012, 2018. 
Public building bills 2587, 2588. 
Simpkins, John: death of 1230. 
fotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Yotss. 

Berry, Charles B. 

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Berry, Georgia H, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 4414). 
Berry, James U. (a Senator from Arkansas) 

Attended 1. 

Appointed on funeral committee 679, 2788. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Maritime Canal Ck>mpany of Nicaragua: bill to incorporate 
137, 211, 440, 846. 

Sundry civil appropriation bill: Mississippi River improve- 
ment 2129. 
Biils and joint resolutions introduced by 

Arkansas Northwestern Railway Ck>mpany: to amend act 

granting right of way to (see bill S. 5513) 1919. 
Batesyille, Ark: to fix time of holding terms of district and 

circuit courts at (see bill S. 5319) 920. 
Heffington, William F., and others: to remove charge of 

desertion (see bill S. 5413) 1237. 
Hot Springs, Ark: to extend time for completion of incline 
railway on West Mountain (see bill S. 4976) 92. 

to erect public building at (see bill S. 5548) 2086. 

Ware, William: for relief (see bill S. 5426) 1842. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Mississippi River floods: to print report on 603. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Arkansas, citizens of: for present system of ticket brokerage 
1675. 

citizens of Fort Smith : for clfussification of post-ofiBce 

clerks 599. 

citizens of Stone CJounty: for legislation relative to 

public lands 136. 
Hot Springs, Ark., Business Men's League: for national 

quarantine regulations 884. 
Little Rock, Ark., United Confederate Veterans: against 

pensions for Confederate veterans 684. 
Pine Bluff, Ark., United Confederate Veterans: against 
granting pensions to ex-Confederate soldiers 899. 
Remarks by, on 

Acquisition of territory 1297, 

BatesviUe, Ark., courts 1598. 

Fort Smith and Western Railroad 2607, 2693, 2694. 

Hot Springs, Ark., public building 2360, 2649. 

Love, William F: death of 2736. 

Mullen, Thomas: relief of 2266. 

Nicaragua Canal 109, 137, 148, 299, 743, 744, 745, 847, 848, 889. 

Philippine Islands: resolutions relative to 1733, 1734, 1785, 

1786, 1830, 1833, 1834, 1839. 
Registry of foreign-built vessels 332. 
River and harbor appropriation bill 2215. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Commerce 
Pensacolaand Northwestern Railroad Company (bill S. 5331) 
1060. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay VoTEa 

Berry, Millie A, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill B. 4231). 

Berry, William 

BUI for reUef (see bill H. R. 11706). 
Papers referred in House 827, 1294. 

Bertholf, Ellsworth P., and others 

Bill to grant medal of honor to (see bill H. R. 12120). 

Joint resolutions tendering thanks of Congress and author- 
izing presentation of medals to (see S. R. 229; H. Res. 370). 

Message of President recommending tender of thanks of 
Congress and presentation of medals of honor to (S. Doc. 
66) 726, 730. 

Bertolette, D. N. 

Bill to allow him to accept foreign decoration (see bill S. 



Beverages. See Adultbbation. 

Beveridge, Albert T, (a Senator-elect from Indiana) 

Credentials presented 1965. 
Biederbick, Henry 

Bill to place on retired list of Army (see bill S. 8328). 

Big Sandy Biver 

Amendment in Senate for increase of appropriation for con- 
struction of locks and dams in 1641. 



Big Three Bailroad Company 

Bill to grant right of way through Indian and Oklahoma 
Territories (see bill H. R. 11409). 

Bigelow, Abraham 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11569). 
Bills and Joint Besolutions. See Conorbss. 
Biloxi, Mississippi 

Bills to regulate holding United States courts at (see bills 

S. 5876; H. R. 11859). 
Bill to allow mayor and board of aldermen to bridge Back 

Bay at (see bill H. R. 12200). 
Report of Secretary of War on survey of channel from Ship 

Island Harbor to (H. R. Doc. 120) 428. 

Bingham, Henry H (a Representative from Pennsylvania) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 580, 1828, 2761, 2922. 

Appointed teller 463. 
Amendments offered by, to 

River and harbor appropriation bill 1366. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Brookland, D. C: to purchase lot in (see bill H. R. 12083) 

1726. 
Gold, W. D., and Emma J. Davis: for relief (see bill H. R. 

11034) 52. 
National Relief Commission: tendering thanks of Congress 

to (see H. Res. 324) 428. 
Philadelphia Commercial Exposition: to allow admission of 

foreign laborers for (see H. Res. 852) 1522. 
Pitt, Joseph: for reUef (see bill H. R. 11096) 133. 
Wood, William M: for reHef of heirs (see bill H. R. 11467) 

491. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Adjourn: to 463, 490. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

American Association of Chewing Gum Manufacturers: for 
relief 52. 

Grand Army of Republic: for completion of G^ettysbarg 
National MUitary Park 17. 

National Board of Trade: for certain legislation 429. 

Pennsylvania, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1726. 

citizens of Philadelphia: against sectarian appropria- 
tions 1523, 1687, 1672. 2772. 

business men of Philadelphia: for pneumatic-mail 

service 729. 

millinery merchants of Philadelphia: relative to tax 

on biros and feathers 1200. 

trade, commercial, and maritime interests of Phila- 
delphia: for improvement of Delaware River 429, 
1367. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Board of Trade: for improvement of 
rivers and harbors 464. 

for pneumatic-tube service 954. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Commercial Exchange: for restoration of 
ocean carrying trade 184. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Conference of Baptist ministers: against 
seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 1200. 

Philadelphia, Pa., G^graphical Society: for Nicaragua 
Canal 184. 

Philadelphia, Pa.. Grocers and Importers' Exchange: for 
pneumatic-tube service 954. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Junior Order United American Me- 
chanics: against sectarian appropriations 1523, 1637, 1799. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Manufacturers' Club: for Nicaragua 
Canal 429. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Methodist Episcopal Preachers' Associa- 
tion: against sectarian appropriations 1200. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Oil Trade: to increase American ship- 
ping 1528. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Retail Grocers' Association: for bill to 
prevent adulteration of food 52. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Trades League: to regulate express com- 
XMmies 17. 

for restoration of ocean carrying trade 52. 

to increase American shipping 729. 

South Philadelphia, Pa., Business Men*s Association: for 
repairing naval vessels at League Island Navy-Tard 17. 
Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization 1182. 

Civil Service Commission 454. 

Delaware River improvement 1866, 1867, 1868* 

Distoict of Columbia appropriation bill 162. 



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Bingham— Ck)ntinned. 
fiMiarks by, on 

Fotirth light-house district relief vessel 765, 766. 
Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 444, 
445, 446, 451, 452. 453, 454, 456, 457, 458, 463, 479, 480, 482, 
483, 484, 486, 487, 488, 489, 490, 505. 
Philadelphia Export Exposition 311, 313, 314. 
Temporary clerks 480, 489. 

Wilham (jramp & Sons Ship and Engine Building Com- 
pany: relief of 856, 857, 861. 
Reports mado by, from 
Committee on Appropriations 
Lei^islative. Executive, and Judicial appropriation bill (bill 
H. R. 11414; Report 1717) 414, 428. 
¥ot98 of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Bintliff, James 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11082) . 
Birchard, James 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11104). 
Petition for pension 184. 

Bird, William M,, and others 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 7509) . 
Birds 

Bill for protection of sonjf birds (see bill S. 4124), 
Bill for protection of birds and preservation of game in Dis- 
trict of Columbia (see bill H. K. 2524). 
Bill to extend powers and duties of Fish Commission to in- 
clude (see bill H. R. 3589). 

Bish, Sarah A. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11426). 
Papers referred in House 599. 

Bishop, Rostoell P. (a Representative from Michigan) 
Attended 14. 

Leave of absence granted to 1713. 
Remarks by, on 

Saginaw River, Mich., improvement. 
Votes of See Yea-and-Nay Votes. , 

Black Hills Forest Reservation 

Amendment in Senate relative to homestead entry of agri- 
cultural lands in (S. Doc. 94) 403, 1841. 

Black Biver 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for improvement 
of 1597. 

Blackiston, Richard P. 

Resolution in House to refer claim to Court of Claims, 
^1501. 



Blackmore, Lizzie 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 4923). 
Blackshear, David 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11913). 
Blair, Francis P. 

Resolution in House relative to exercises upon acceptance 

of statue of, passed 778. 
Exercises in House upon acceptance from State of Missouri 

of statue of 1461. 

Blair, Nebraska 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 10969). 
Blake, William 

Papers referred in House 2531. 
Blakesley, Oeorge 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 9234)« 
Blanchard, John 

Papers referred in House 1339. 
Bland, Richard P. (a Representative from Missouri^ 

Attended 14. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Sundry civil appropriation bill 1912. 
Btf/s and joint reso/utfons introduced by 

Barron, George: for relief (see bill H. R. 11578) 674. 

Chambers, Daniel W: for relief (see bill H. R. 11468) 491. 

Cox, William L: to pension (see bill H. R. 11388) 397. 



Bland— Continued. 
Bi//s and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Kelly, Jacob: to pension (see bill H. R. 11658) 779. 
Missouri River: to allow bridge across at Boonville (see bill 

H. R. 11462) 491. 
Porch, Emma A: to pension (see bill H. R. 11835) 1200. 
Sands, Henry: to pension (see bill H. R. 11166) 204. 
Swojfford, Jacob: for relief (see bill H. R. 11281) 321. 
Tipton, Alfred H: for relief (see bill H. R. 11418) 428. 
motions and resolutions offered by 
Adjourn: to 1473. 

Benton, Thomas H., and Francis P. Blair: making special 
order for exercises relative to acceptance or statues 
of 778. 

tendering thanks of Congress to State of Missouri 

for statues of 1461. 
Recess: for 870. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Lebanon, Mo., Business Men*s (]lub: for regulating express 
companies 52. 

Missouri, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1475, 1523. 

postmasters of: for increase of compensation 2170. 

Missouri assembly: for care of Confederate cemeteries 1964. 

Missouri legislature: for loan of Spanish cannon 953. 
Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization (Appendix 120). 

Boonville. Mo., bridge 1336. 

District of Columbia assessment certificates 938. 

Fore, William H: relief of 2668, 2669. 

Jefferson City, Mo: harbor improvement 1912, 1913. 

Ticket brokerage 33, 35. 

War deficiency appropriation bill 77, 78, 79. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Bland, TJieodorick 

Resolution in House to refer claim toCk>urt of Claims, passed 
1504. 

Blind persons 

Bills to regulate postage on letters written by (see bills S. 
3283; H. R. 4304). 

Bliss, Asahd 

Bill for relief of estate (see bill H. R. 11703). 
Bliss, Monson W, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 5920). 
Blitz, Charles 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 3610). 
Bluefield, West Virginia 

Bill to erect public building at (see biU H. R. 5974). 
Blundell, William 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 11079). 

Board of Children's Quardians^ District of Columbia 

Estimate of deficiency appropriation for (H. R. Doo. 202) 
1473. 

Board of Engineers on Deep Waterways 

Letter of Secretary of War transmitting report of (H. R. 
Doc. 110) 397. 

Board of Ordnance and Fortifications 
Annual report of (S. Doc. 21) 28, 51. 

Board of Pension Appeals 

Estimate of appropriation for additional members of (H. R. 
Doc. 98) 380. 

Bodine, Robert K (a Representative from Missouri) 

Attended 14. 
Potitions and papers presented by, from 

Missouri, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1475, 1523. 
Remarks by, on 

Ticket brokerage 30. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Boggs, John B. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 4635). 

'BolBXL.WUliam F. 

BiU to pension (see bill H. R. 123). 



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Bolten, August 

Joint resolutions for relief (see S. R. 61; H. Bes. 866). 
Amendment in Senate for appropriation for relief 2207. 

Bolton, 8. A Song 

Report of Secretary of Treasury relative to daim of (S. 
Doa 81) 1016, 1149. 

Bond, WiUiam E. 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 1469). 
Bonds and Notes 

Joint resolution to amend act relative to stamp tax on (see 

H. Bes. 858). 
Beport of Secretary of Treasury relative to distinctive paper 

for (S. Doc. 184) 1154, 2204. 

Bonds of United States. See Dbbt of United States; Public 
Officers. 

Bone, Wallace O, 

Bills to increase pension (see bills & 5141; H. B. 11478). 
Boonville and Howard County Bridge Company 

Bills to extend time for oon sl r uc lion of bridge across Mis- 
souri Biver by (see bills S. 5324; H. B. 114&). 

Bootes, J. T. 

Joint resolutions for relief (see S. B. 196, 198; H« Bes. 804). 
Booth, William 

Bills for relief of estate (see bills a 4080; H. B. 11967). 

Papers referred in House 1965. 

Bootbby, Josiah 8, 

Bill to pension (see bill H B. 11005). 

Booze, WxUiam 8, {a RepreeentaHve fron Maryfaatdi 
Attended 14. 
¥oies of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Bordutha, Cfeorge W» 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5808). 
Borough of the Bronx, New York 

Bill providing for post-office building in (see bill H. B. 
11630). 

Bosbyshell, Oliver C 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. B. 581). 
Boston, Massachuaeita 

BiU for pneumatic-tube service between general post-office 

and Southern Union Station at (see bill S. 5281). 
Bill to erect publio bnOding at (see bill H B. 12085) . 
Joint resolution accepting nrom Massachusetts certain land 

in harbor at (see H. Bes. 884). 
Amendment in Senate r^ative to fortification of 1152. 

Boston Molasses Company 

Bm for relief (see bill H. B. 11475). 

Boston Kavy-Tard 

Bfll to enlarge wet dock at (see bOI H. B. 11185). 
Estimate of appropriation for chief clerk in de^Mirtment of 

steam engineering at (S. Doc. 146) 2425. 
Estimate cI additional appn^riation for (H. B. Doa 102) 
896. 

Boston Public Library 

Memorial of board of trustees for appropriation for Boyal 
Society index of scientific publications (S. Doo. 88) 1149, 
1284. 

Boawell, Thomas H. 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 4896). 
Botkin, Jeremiah D. (a lUpreseniativefrom Kansas) 
Attended 14. 
B/f/s and joint resolutions introduced by 

Donaldson, Clara: to pension (see bill H B. 11884) 897. 
Myres, Levi: to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11194) 245. 
Patterson, William W: to increase pension (see bill M. B. 

11097) 183. 
Pensions: granting to widows of officers and privates (see 

bill H. B. 11148) 165. 
WiUiford, William A: to increase pension (see bill H. B. 

11888J897. 
W. T. Whitaker Orphan Home: for relief (see bill H. B. 

12089) 1778. 



Botkin — Ck>ntinued. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Hadley, Daniel B: for pensioi^ 464. 

Kansas churches and societies: for certain legislation 1200, 
1879, 2855, 2772. 

Newton, Kans. , Woman's Home Missionary Society: against 
seating B. H. Boberts as Bepresentative 2122. 

Williford, William A: for increase of pension 898. 
Remarks by, om 

Arm^ reorganization 1268, 1264. 

Fortification appropriation bill 2501. 

Governmental reform 2501. 

Love, William F: death of 24^2. 

Pension legislation 2025. 

Bemoval of snow and ice 1867, 1868. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Invalid Pensions 

Allen, Martha (Bbport 1846) 1147. 

Bedell, Henry C. (Beport 2160) 1968. 

Brisbois, John W. (Beport 2128) 1962. 

Capron, Arba (Beport 1926) 1522. 

Ellet, AbigaU B. (Beport 2278) 2260. 

Jewell, Smith (Beport 2289) 2259. 

Jumper, Amanda F. (Beport 2080) 1589. 

Lay, John W. (Beport 2249) 2259. 

Ohngemach, John W. (Beport 1780) 825. 

O'Shea, Patrick (Beport 2046) 1590. 

Page, Aaron B. (Bbport 2268) 2260. 

Patterson, William W. (Bbport 2180) 1962. 

Scott, Jonathan (Bbport 2186) 1968. 

Wotring, Mary B. (Bbport 2147) 1968. 
Ifotea of. See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 
Botkin, Ralph W. 

Bills for relief (see bills S. 5217; H B. 11497). 
Bottom, Henry P. 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 11659). 
Boulder, Colorado 

Bills granting lands to (see bills S. 4991; H. B. 11455). 

Papers referred 187. 

Bouligny, Anna 

Letter of Secretary of War transmitting communication 
relative to hospital work performed in Porto Bico by 
(a Doo. 54) 526, 558. 

Bounties. See Exports; Navy; War of Bebellion; War 
WITH Spain. 

Bounty Lands. See Meutabt Bounty Lands. 

Bourcy, Eugene A. 

Bill for relief (see biU S. 4980). 
Bouret, William 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11419). 
Bourne, Benjamin F, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 4876). 
Boutell, Henry S. (a Representative from Illinois) 

Attended 14. 

Leave of absence granted to 727. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Chicago, IlL^ John Crerar Library: for intemati<Hial:cata- 
logue of scientific literature 1672. 
Ifotes of See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Boutelle, Charles A. (a Representative from Maine) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 2755, 2919, 2926. 
Appointed teller 2156. 
Appointed on funeral committee 679. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Navy appropriation bill: Naval Academy buildings 2080. 
Biiis and joint resolutions introduced by 

Admiral and Vice- Admiral: to revive grades of (see H. Bes. 

817) 269. 
Boston, Mass., harbor: accepting cession of land in (see 

H. Bes. 884) 2984. 
Courts, Joseph: for reli^ Csee bill H. B. 11878) 397. 
Macfarlane, V. W: for relief (see bill H. B. 11657) 779. 
McPhaU, William H: to pension (see biU H. B. 11656) 779. 
Monto^, Alberto Valenzuela: to admit to Naval Academy 

(see H. Bes* 882) 674. 



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Boutelle— Continued* 
BUI9 and joint reso/ufions introduced by 

Olive Frances— brig: for relief of owners (see bill H. Rt 

11818) 356. 
Ozley, Melford W: to pension (see bill H. B. 11879) 897« 
Bhind, Charlotte S: to pension (see bill H. B. 11088) 62. 
notions and naoiutionM offered bf 
Adjonm: to 680, 682. 
Camden, Me: for improyement of harbor at (Honse Con. 

Reg. No. 65) 958. 
Dingley, Nelson: on death of 679, 1760. 

making special order for eulogies on 1408. 

Nayy appropriation Mil: amendment to (House Bes. No. 
408)2080. 

to recommit with instructions 2257. 

Petitions and papers presented bj^ from 

Brownville, Me., Christian Endeavor Society: against seat 

ing B. H. Boberts as Bepresentative 1888. 
Courts, Joseph: for pension 898. 
Maine, citizens of: for certain l€|^ation 898, 1475. 
Olive Frances— brig: for relief of owners 857. 
Oxley, Milford W: for relief 898. 
Remarks by, on 

Additional naval cadets 1994. 

Armor plate 2164, 2165, 2189, 2190, 2191, 2192, 2198, 2244, 
2245, 2246, 2247, 2250, 2251, 2252, 2258, 2255, 2256, 2257, 2917, 
2918, 2926. 
Auxiliisurv naval vessels 1409, 1410. 
Boston, Mass., harbor lines 2984, 2985. 
Boston, Mass., Navy-Tard 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2008, 2004, 

2005, 2006, 2010. 
Dingley, Nelson, death of 679, 1760. 
Gathmann torpedo gun 2915, 2916, 2917. 
Love, William F., death of 2417. 

Naval Academy buildings 2011, 2012, 2018, 2014, 2016, 2065, 

2066, 2067, 2068, 2069, fmO, 2071, 2146, 2147, 2148, 2149, 2150. 

2163, 2154, 2155. 

Navy appropriation bill 1995, 1996, 1997, 2010,2011,2012,2018, 

2014, 2015, 2065, 2071, 2146, 2146, 2147, 2148, 2149, 21 50, 

2158, 2154, 2155,2156, 2157,2158, 2169,2160, 2162, 2168, 

2164,2165, 2166, 2188, 2189, 2196, 2244, 2256, 2267. 

conference report on 2914, 2915, 2916, 2917, 2925, 2926, 



Reports made by, from 
Committee of conference 

Navy appropriation bill (bill H. B. 12122) 2914, 2925, 2980. 
Committee on Naval Affairs 

Admiral of Navy (bill S. 5852) 2529, 2686. 

Admiral and vice-admiral (Bbpobt 1699) 820. 

Navy appropriation bill (bill H. B. 12122; Bbpobt 2168) 1995. 

Navy and Marine Corps personnel (bill H. B. 10408) 2196. 
Itotes of. See Yka-and-Nay Yotbb. 
Bowden, MartTia E. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation to pay 2481« 
Bowen, Elizabeth H. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 5461), 
Bowen, .^mmer 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 11881). 
Bowen^ Huldah A. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11802). 
Bowen, John J, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 10688)« 
BowermBJij Henry 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5278). 
Bowers, Lydia E. 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 2729). 
Bowling, William 

Petition for pension 955. 
'Bcmrniesij Elizabeth 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 12214). 
Bowman, Joseph 

Bill for relief (see biU S. 4918). 
Bowman Claims. SeeOuhSMa* 
Box, John M, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11895). 

Petition for increase of pension 1298. 



Boyer, Mary E. 

Bill to pension (see biU S. 5058) . 
Boyer, Samuel 8. 

Bills to pension (see bills S. 5228; H. B. 11628). 

Petition for penrion 660. 

Brabham, F. M. 

Petition for relief 626. 
Bradford, Pennsylvania 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. B. 1066). 
Bradley, Chauncey A. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 4680). 
Bradley, Thomas J, (a Iiq>resentaiivefrom New York) 

Attended 14. 
Motions and resolutions offered ky 

Uniforms: to prevent manufacture in sweat shops (House 
Bes. No. 419) 2424. 
¥9tes of. See YBA-jL]a>-NAY Yotbb. 
Brady, John Q, (governor of AJaskd) 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for relief 2207. 
Brady, Thomas V, 

Bill for reUef (see biU S. 5044). 
Branham, Lucy A. 

Papers referred in House 1590. 
Brannan, Eva W. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 717). 
Bransford, John F, 

Bills to place on retired list of Navy (see bills 8. 5210; H. B. 
11009; S.B.215). 

Branson, John L, 

BiU for relief (see billH. B. 11282). 
Papers referred in House 269. 

Brantley, W. G. (a Bepresentative from Georgia) 
Attended 14. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds 
Athens, Qa., public building (Beport 2840) 2985. 
Atlanta. Ga., public building (Beport 2841) 2985. 
Brunswick, Gfa., public building (Beport 1942) 1519. 
Macon, Ga., public building (Beport 2002) 1521. 
yotes of. See Yea-and-Nat Votes. 
Brasher, Lewis B. 

BUI for reUef (see bill S. 5586). 

Brass, Julia W, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5888). 

Brassington, William P. 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. B. 7561). 

Brazie, Mildred S, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5172). 

Brazos Biver 

Beport of Secretary of War relative to survey and estimates 
for improvement of mouth of (S. Doo. 108) 1204, 1592. 

Breckinridge, Clifton R, 

Bill to allow him to accept foreign decoration (see bill H. 
B. 10881). 

Breech-Loading Kechanism. See Ordnance and Fortifica- 
tions. 

Breen, John 

BiU for reUef (see bill H. B. 1542). 

Breneman, Henry L. 

Bills for relief (see bills H. B. 11266, 12067). 

Brenner, John L. (a Bepresentative from Ohio) 
Attended 14. 
Biiis and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Auld, Thomas: to pension (see bill H. B. 11921) 1888. 
Britton, Lewis: to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. 

B. 11276) 821. 
(]lhampion, William H: to pension (see bill H. B. 12046) 1687* 



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Brenner— Continued. 
Bills and joint resolutions introducsd by 

Coyle, Patrick: to remove charge of desertion (see bill Q. 

R. 11376) 821. 
Critchfield, Samnel: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 

H. R. 11278) 321. 
Johnson, Hiram: to pension (see bill H. R. 11279) 821. 
Sterling, Richard H: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 

H. R. 11681) 728. 
Tate, Daniel L: to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 

11862) 881. 
Thompson, G^eorge: to pension (see bill H. R. 11920) 1888. 
Vaughn, James S: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 

H R 11887) 897 
Yoe', Philip: to pension (see bill H. R. 11277) 821. 
Remarks by, on 

The Brownell & Co: relief of 1216, 1216, 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on War Claims 
Graves, Mrs. C. N. (House Res. No. 407; Repobt 2186) 2080 
yotes of. See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 

Brent, Samuel J, {executor) 

BiU for reHef (see bill H. R. 9768). 

Brewer, John J, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 662). 

Brewer, Sampson 

Papers referred in House 1888. 

Brewer, Willis (a Representative from Alabama) 
Attended 14. 

Appointed on funeral committee 2880. 
Leave of absence granted to 820, 880. 

Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Griflfin, W. C: to pension (see bill H. R. 11889) 1292. 

Reese, Eliza L: to pension (see bill H. R. 12142) 2122. 

War expenditures: to repeal act to provide ways and means 
to meet (see bill H. R. 10964) 16. 
Remarks by, on 

Disposition of waste paper 2409. 
Votes of See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Brewster, Henry C. (a Representative from New York) 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

New York, citizens of: for woman suffrage in Hawaii 1056, 
2772. 

Reports made by, from 

Committee on Invalid Pensions 
Bowen, John J. (Report 1782) 825. 
Brewer, John J. (Report 2291) 2355. 
Dale, Carrie (Report 2289) 2854. 
Goodrich, Catharine C. (Report 1915) 1474. 
Hussey, Richard M. (Report 1848) 1147. 
yotes' of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Breyfogle, Jacob C. 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill S. 4007). 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 

Bill to remove fire limit from post-office at (see bill H. R. 

11728). 
Joint resolution for improvement of harbor at (see S. R. 16) . 
Concurrent resolution in House for improvement of harbor 

at (House CJon. Res. No. 60), referred 881. 
Amendment in Senate for appropriation for construction of 

an addition to public buildiliff at 2696. 
Report of Secretary of War relative 'to cost of extension of 

channel of harbor at (H. R. Doc. 209) 1588. 

Bridges 

Alabama River: bill to allow Pensacola and Northwestern 

Railroad Company to bridge (see bUls S. 5882; H. R. 

11786). 
bill to allow Montgomery, Hayneville and Camden 

Railroad Companv to bridge (see bill H. R. 11250). 
Arkansas River: bills to a&ow Choctaw and Memphis Rail- 
road (Company to bridge (see bills S. 4891; H. R. 

11189). 
Back Bay, Miss: bill to allow mayor and board of aldermen 

of town of Biloxi, Miss., to bridge (see bill H. R. 

12200). 



Bridges— Continued. 

BazUe Creek, Nehr: amendment in Senate for improvement 

of bridge across 493, 599. 
Cobimbia River: bill to allow British Columbia, Seattle and 

Pacific 0>ast Railway Company to bridge (see bill 

S. 4549). 
bill to amend act to allow Oregon and Washington 

Bridge Company to bridge (see bill H. R. 5527). 
Conecuh River: bill to allow Escambia County, Ala., to 

bridge (see bUl H. R. 9381). 
Corpus Christi Channel: bills to amend act to allow Aransas 

Harbor Terminal Railway Company to bridge (see 

bills S. 5355; H. R. 11796, 12075). 
Detroit River: bills to allow Detroit River Bridge Company 

to bridee (see bills S. 4878; H. R. 11027). 
bill to allow construction of bridge to connect city 

of Detroit with Belle Isle Park in (see bill H. R. 

11601). 
Flint River: bill to allow G^rgia Pine Railway Company 

to bridge (see bill H. R. 11867). 
Lake Champlain: bills to allow Rutland-Canadian Railroad 

Ck)mpany to bridge (see bills S. 5191; H. R. 11536). 
Little Calumet River: bill to allow Calumet Western Rail* 

way Company to bridge (see bill H. R. 12127). 
Mississippi River: bill to allow E^ansas Cit^ and Memphis 

Railway and Bridge Company to bridge (see bill S. 

5848). 
bills to allow Orand Rapids Water Power and Boom 

Ck)mpany to dam and bridge (see bills S. 5494; H. R. 

11732). 
Missouri River: bill to allow Dakota Pacific Bridge Com- 
pany to bridge (see bill S. 4932). 
bills to allow Chicago, Sioux Falls and Pacific Rail- 
way Company to bridge (see bills S. 5004; H. R. 

11180). 
bills to amend act to allow Lexington Bridge and 

Terminal Company to bridge (see bills S. 5017; H. R. 



bills to extend time for construction of bridge by 

Boonville and Howard County Bridge Company 
across (see bills S. 5224; H. R. 11462). 

bill to allow Dakota Southern Railway Company to 

bridge (see bill S. 5258). 

Monongahela River: bill to allow Monongalia County, 
W. Va., to bridge (see bill H. R. 11677). 

Niangua River: memorial of legislature of Missouri for ap- 
propriation for construction of bridge across 2427. 

Niobrara River: amendment in Senate for improvement of 
bridges across 493, 599. 

Obion River: bill to allow Humboldt, Dyersburg and Tip- 
tonviUe Railroad Company to bridge (see bill S. 
5520). 

Oconee River: bill to allow Wadley and Mount Vernon Rail- 
road Company to bridge (see bHl H. R. 12140). 

Potomac Ritjer: amendment in Senate for appropriation for 
securing designs for memorial bridge across 1883. 

Red River: bill to allow Gulf, Louisiana and Qreat North- 
em Railway Ck)mpany to bridge (see bill H. R. 
11870). 

St. Lawrence River: bill to extend time for construction of 
bridge by St. Lawrence Railway Company across 
(see bill H. R. 11221). 

Savannah River: bills to allow Qeorgia and Alabama Rail- 
way Company to bridge (see bills S. 4994; H. R. 
11019). 

Sipsey River: bills to allow Pensacola and Northwestern 
Railroad Company to bridge (see bills S. 5382; H. R. 
11786). 

Tennessee River: bills to allow Pensacola and Northwestern 
Railroad Company to bridge (see bills S. 5332; H. R. 
11786). 

bill to allow Tennessee Bridge and Ferry Company 

to bridge Tsee biU H. R. 5428). 

Tombigbee River: bill to allow Montgomery, Hayneville and 
Camden Railroad Company to bridge (see bill H. R. 
11689). 

Warrior River: bills to allow Pensacola and Northwestern 
Railroad Company to bridge (see bills S. 5882; H. R. 
11786). 

bill to allow Tuscaloosa County, Ala., to bridge (see 

bill H. R. 12072). 

White River: bills to allow St. Louis, Siloam and Southern 
Railroad Company to bridge (see bills S. 5126; H. R. 
11498). 

Briggeman^ Nicholas 

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Briggs, Henry O, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 2867). 
Brighton, Samuel J, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5300). 
Briglitwood Railway Company 

Annual report of (H. B. Doc. 198) 1411, 1413. 
Briot, Franda A, E, 

Bill to correct military record (see bill S. 4895). 
Brisben, John 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11923). 
Brisbin, Charles H. 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. B. 11174). 

Petition for relief 205. 

BrisboiB, John W, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 8997). 
Briscoe, J. W. 

Petition for relief of estate 357. 
Bristol, Tennessee 

Bills to erect pnblic building at (see bills S. 6576; H. B. 2814) . 
British Columbia 

Memorial of legislatare of Oregon for modification of alien 
law debarring foreigners from taking np mining claims 
in 2428. 

British Columbia, Seattle and Pacific Coast Bailway Company 
Bill to allow them to bridge (Colombia Biver (see bill S. 
4549). 

British Troops in India 

Order of Senate to print certain reports relative to sickness 
of, passed (S. Doc. 85) 1159. 

Britton, Lewis 

Bill to remove charge pf desertion (see bill H. B. 11275). 
Britton, WiUiam 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 6740). 
Broadhead, Elizabeth W, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11781). 

Broderick, Case (a Representative from Kansas) 
Attended 14. * 
B/f/s and Joint resolutions Introduced by 

Botkin, Balph W: for relief (see bill H. B. 11497) 525. 
Daniels, Henry: for relief (see bill H. B. 11516) 559. 
Kansas, Oklahoma Central and Southwestern Bailway Com- 
pany: to amend act granting right of way to (see bill 
H. B. 11098) 183. 
New Mexico: to admit as State (see bill H. B. 11225) 268. 
Pensions: to regulate granting of (see bill H. B. 11372) 397. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Alaska: making special order of bill to provide civil govern- 
ment for (House Bes. No. 397, 4a5) 1726, 2080. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Effingham, Kans., Woman's Christian Ten^perance Union: 
to protect anti-cigarette laws 1293. 

Kansas* citizens of: for postal savings banks 1590. 

Kansas legislature: for relief of merchant marine 1412. 
Remarks by, on 

District of Columbia appropriation bill 161, 162. 

Foster, Cassius Q: relief of 410, 411, 412. 

Kansas, Oklahoma Central and Southwestern Bailway 
Company 631. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on the Judiciary 

Foster, Cassius G. (Beport 1716) 397. 
Committee on Territories 

Alaska civil government (Beport 1807) 953, 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Bromwell, Jacob H, (a Representative from Ohio) 
Attended 14. 

Appointed visitor to Military Academy 2926. 
Leave of absence granted to 320. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army: bill to reorganize 1305, 1313. 



B romwell—Continued. 

Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

China: inquiry relative to outrages on American citizens in 

(see H. Bes. 298) 16. 
Executive Departments: for renewal of bond by officers and 

clerks in (see biUs H. B. 11957. 12203) 1412. 2605. 
Maddux, L. O: for reUef (see biU H. B. 11195) 245. 
Ohio Biver: to survey (see H. Bes. 299) 16. 
Saw logs and trees: to regulate salvage on (see bill fi. B. 

11021) 51. 
The American. Boy: for naming battle ship (see H. Bes. 345) 

1292. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

China: requesting President to return joint resolution rela- 
tive to outrages on American citizens in 1438. 

Public documents: to print additional copies of (House Con. 
Bes. No. 46) 89. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Cincinnati, Ohio, American Ceramic Society: for division 
of mines and mining 2580. 

Cincinnati, Ohio, Chamber of Commerce: for certain legis- 
lation 682, 954. 

Cincinnati, Ohio, Commercial Club: relative to quarantine 
and Marine Hospital Service 491. 

Cincinnati, Ohio, Evangelical Alliance: for legislation in in- 
terests of morality 2530. 

Cincinnati, Ohio, Presbyterian Ministerial Association: for 
temperance legislation 269. 

Cincinnati, Ohio, Young Men*s Business Club: to increase 
American shipping 954. 

Cleveland, Ohio, Wholesale Lumber Dealers* Association: 
relative to tariff laws 954. 

Ohio, postmasters of Miami County: for increase of compen- 
sation 1779. 

Ohio Board of Health: relative to National Board of Health 
1293. 

Ohio Grand Army of Bepublic: relative tomilitary park 1412» 
Remarks by, on 

Alaska criminal laws 425, 426. 

American citizens in China 158. 

Applications for patent 415. 

Army reorganization 1085, 1101, 1805, 1306, 1311, 1312, 1313, 
2676. 2677, 2683. 

Change of reference 1560. 

Civil-service law 479, 480, 481. 

Economic Postage Association 2105, 2106, 2108. 

Fast mail service 2592. 

Navy-personnel bill 672, 673. 

Northway, Stephen A: death of 2075. 

Outrages on American citizens in China 1438; 1452, 1453. 

Philippine Islands 1102. 

Sixth judicial circuit judge 408, 409. 

Temporary clerks 479, 480, 481. 

Tiernon, Thomas G: relief of 247, 248. 
Reports made by from 
Committee on Pensions 

Cobb, Mary F. (Beport 2178) 2036. 

Haughey, Thomas J. (Beport 1888) 1371. 

Heinz, Bonaventura (Beport 1758) 728. 

Knowlan, Stephen A. (Beport 2202) 2169. 

Putnam, Albert (Beport 1885) 1370. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Bronx. See Borough op the Bronx, New York. 

Bronze Medals. See Medals. 

Brooke, John R, 

Bill to amend act for relief (see bill H. B. 7860). 
Brookland, District of Columbia 

Bills for relief of certain citizens of (see bills S. 5378; H. B. 
11839). 

Bill to purchase lot in (see bill H. B. 12083). 

Brooklyn, New York 

Bill to purchase additional property for use of public offices 
in(seebillH.B. 11686). 

Brooklyn Navv-Yard. See New York Navy- Yard. 
Brooks, Edwin 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11163). 
Brooks, John H, 

Petition for relief 684. 



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Brooks, Jonathan 

Joint resolntions to appoint asfldstant paymaster in Nary 
(see S. R. 220; H. Bes. 864). 

Brooks, WiUiam O, 

BiU to pension (see biU H. K 11023). 

Brosins, Marriott (a EepresentoHvefrom Bmnajfivanid) 
Attended 14. 

Leave of absence granted to 1441. 
Amendmenta offered b/, to 

Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 488. 
B/Us and Joint reso/utfons introduced b/ 

Food and drugs: to prevent adulteration and misbranding 

of (see bill H. B. 12190) 2530. 
Lupoid, Henry: to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 

11257) 284. 
McBride, Thomas: to remove charge of desertion (see Inll 

H. B. 10988) 17. 
Motions and resoiutibna offered bf 

Civil service: to recommit bill giving preference to soldiers 
and sailors in 851. 
Petithne andpapere presented by, from 

Lancaster, Pa., Presbytery: against seating B. H. Boberts 
as Bepresentative 1442. 

Pennsylvania churches and sodetieB: for temperance legis- 
lation 779, 1200, 172«. 
Remarks by, on 

Civil-service law 460. 

International American Bank 282. 

Nortbway, Stephen A: death of 2074 

Personal privilege 982. 

Sundry civil appropriation bill 1692. 

Temporarv clerks 488, 489. 

Temtoriiu expansion 1692. 
VoHs of. See Yea-and-Nay Vans. 

Brossman, EUen J, 

Besolution in House to refer daim to Court of Claims, 
passed 1504. 

Broughton, Catherine 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11211). 

BrouBsard, Robert JP. (a Representative from Louisiana) 
Attended 14. 
Bilis and Joint resolutions introduced by 

New Iberia, La: to erect public building at (see bill H. B. 

11314) 856. 
Sabine Pass, Texas: to establish light-house at (see bill H.B. 

11857) 880. 
Solomon, Naphtalie: for relief of estate (see bills H. B. 11817, 
11619) 856, 682. 

Remarics by, on 

New Iberia, La: public building 1673. 
ff sports made by, from 
Committee on Public BuHdtngs and Orounda 

Crowley, La., public buildmff (Bepobt 2851) 298<l» 

New Iberia, La., publio building (Bepobt 1988) 1519. 

New Orleans, La., publio build&g (Bepobt 2862) 2986, 
Kotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Browder, John C* 

Bills for reUef (see bills S. 5440, 5460). 
Brown, Alexander 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. B. 12121). 

Bill to amend military record (see bill H. B, 12181). 

Brown, George 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 10885). 
Brown, J. T. 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 11927). 
Brown, Jesse P, 

Petition for relief 165. 
Brown, John 

Bill to increase pension (see bUl S^ 1697). 
Brown, L, Electa 

BiU to pension (see bill H. B. 11120). 



Brawny Lorenzo F, 

Bill for relief (see biU S. 4912). 
Brown, Mary J, 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 4978). 
Brown, Philip S. 

Joint rescdutions to amoint second lieutenant in Marino 
Ck>rps (see S. B. 255; M. Bes. 369). 

Papers referred in House 2208. 

Brown, R. M. O, 

Bill to promote to commander on retired list of Navy (see 
bill a 8701). 

Brown, SeptimiLS 

Besolution in House to refer claim to C^curt of CJtaims, 
passed 1504. 

Brown, Seth W. (a Representative from Ohio) 

Attended 14. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Indian appropriation bill 278* 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Brown, Jesse P: for relief 165. 

Ohio, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1964. 

citizens of Xema: for temperance legii^ation 165. 

Ohio churtdies and societies: for temperance legislation 165, 
246,2081. 
Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization 992» 998. 
Civil-Bervice law 460. 
Incidental subjects 1865. 
Indian appropriation bill 272, 278. 
Northway, Stephen A: death of 2079. 
Philippine Islands 998. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Brown, William 

Bill to pulsion (see Wl a 5449). 
Browne, William B. 

Bin for relief (see bill H. B. 11101). 
Brownell io Co. 

BUI for relief (see bm H. B. 599). 
Brownlow, Walter P. (a Repre9entatwefrom Tennessee} 
Atj»nded 14. 
Bilis and Joint resoiutions introduced by 

Beard, J. S: forrdief of estate (see bill H. B. 11774) 1018. 
Beard, James S: for relief of estate (see bill H.B. 11778) 1018. 
Bonds of United States: to redeem destroyed coupons of 

(seebiUH.B. 10960)16. 
Frederick Schneider library: to purchase (see bill H. B. 

11488) 625. 
Knoxville, Tenn: to establish military post at (see bill H. B. 

11956) 1412. 
Powell, Thomas J: for relief (see bill H. B. 10937) 17. 
Volunteer engineers and immunes: to transfer to Begulor 
Army (see bill H. B. 11092) 188. 
Remarics by, on 

Army reorganizaloon TAppendiz 88). 
Bristol, Tenn., public DuiidiDg 1622. 
Expansion policy (Appendix 88). 
Moreland, Alfred T: relief of 2084. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Military Affairs 
Biederbick, Heniy, J. N. Frederick, Francis Long, and 

Maurice ConneU (Bbport2215) 2169. 
Harig, William (Beport 2314) 2605. 
Hanger, Jacob L. (Beport 2216) 2170. 
Heck, Peter (Beport 2214) 2169. 
Ludgate, William (Beport 2328) 2689. 
yotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Brucker, Ferdinand (a Representative from MiMgan) 
Attended 14. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army appropriation bill 2487, 2488. 
Navy appropriation bill 1997. 
Biiis and Joint resoiutions introduced by 

Babcock, Elizabeth: to increase pendon (see bill H. B. 11886) 
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Brucker— Continned. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Dakin, Milo H: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11165) 204. 

Goulding, George W: to increase pension (see bill H. B. 
11449) 464. 

Oliver, Jehial J: for relief (see bill H. R. 11352) 357. 

Ryan, Michael: to pension (see bill H. R. 118691 1233. 

Volker, Phillip: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11777) 
1013. 

Walker, J: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11164) 204. 
Petitions and papers presented tty, from 

Detroit, Mich., Dental Society: for appointment of dentists 
to Army 826. 

East Saginaw, Mich., Ministerial Association: £^ainst seat- 
ing polygamists in Congress 2937. 

Michigan, citizens of Dnplain: for temperance legislation 
826. 

Michigan Woman's Christian Temperance unions: for tem- 
perance legislation 464. 
Remarks by, oo 

Alaska criminal laws 420, 431, 423. 

Armor plate 2754. 

Army appropriation bill 2400, 2487, 2488, 

Army reorganization (Appendix 94)* 

Charge of desertion 1713, 1714, 1715, 1716> 1717, 1718, 

Corection of Record 934. 

Davis, Seth: relief of 2016, 2017. 

District of CJolnmbia public works 2241, 2242* 

Great Falls of Potomac Rrrer 126. 

Incidental subjects 1993. 

Indemnity to Spain 1950, 2116. 

Labor legislation 421, 422. 

Navy appropriation bill 1997, 1998. 

Navy personnel bill 724. 

Pan-American Exposition 2744 

Post-Office appropriation bill 812, 813, 2591. 

Russey, Charles W: relief of 1894. 

Saginaw River, Mich*, improvement 1399, 1400. 

Sale of liquor on Sunday 2239, 2240» 

State war expei^es 2114. 

Topographic survey 1809, 1810. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes* 
Brumm, Charles N, (a Bepresentative frov% Bennsyltxznia) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed teller 854. 
Amendments effefed by^ 1q 

Navy appropriation bill 1997. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Capital Railway Company: to require safety brakes on cars 

of (see bill H. R. 11159) 204. 
Thom§, Sadie: for relief (see bill H. R. 11942) 1371. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Adjourn: to 1411. 
Remarks by, on 

Dingley, Nelson: death of 1776. 
International American Bank 231. 
Navy appropriation bill (Appendix 132). 
Smokeless coal 1997. 

William Cramp & Sons* Ship and Engine Building Com- 
pany: relief of 853, 854, 855, 856, 857, 860, 861, 867. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Claims 
Kirk, Hyland C. (Report 1667) 165. 
Thom6, Sadie (Report 2331) 2771. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Brumm, H, 

Resolution in House to allow one month's extra pay, passed 
2908. 

Brundidge, Stephen, jr, (a Beprcsentative from Arkansas) 
Attended 14. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Ticket brokerage: bill to abolish 34. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Batesville, Ark: to fix time of holding district and circuit 
courts at (see bill H. R. 11740) 853. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Arkansas, postmasters of Prairie County: for increase of 
compensation 2203. 

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Brundidge— Continued. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Batesville, Ark: for holding court at 1234. 
Remarks by, on 

Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry: relief of 818, 319. 
Ticket brokerage 34. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Bruner, M, X>., and others 

Papers referred in House 1413. 

Brunswick, Georgia 

BUls to erect puWc building at (see bills S. 5577; H. R. 447). 
Joint resolutions for improvement of harbor at (see H. Res. 

381, 385). 
Resolution in Senate for special committee to investigate 

alleged frauds in work on outer bar at, recommitted 324, 

401, 782. 
Resolution of inquiry in Senate relative to value of work of 

C. P. Ghx)dyear on outer bar of, passed 1528. 
Resolution in House to investigate work of C. P. Groodyear, 

contractor, on outer bar at (House Res. No. 426), referred 

2937. 
Report of Secretary of War relative to value of improve- 
ments on outer bar at 2531. 
Statem^it relative to work of C» P. Goodyear on outer bar 

at 1689. 

Brussels Industrial Property Convention 

Letter of Secretary of State transmitting translations of 

two notes from legation of Belgium relative to (S. Doc. 

23)53. 
Order of Senate to reprint report of delegates of United 

States to, passed 2359. 

Brussels International Congress of Navigation 

Letter of Secretary of State transmitting preliminary report 
of United States delegate to (S. Doc. 76} 1058, 1146. 

Bryan, Clara E, 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 5329). 

Buchanan, Moses J5L 

Papers referred in House 1339. 

Buck, Susan 

Bill to pension (see Inll S. 3669). 

Buckbam, Kate E. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11016). 

Buckbolz, Ferdinand 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5472). 
Buckingham, B. H. 

Bill to allow him to accept foreign testimonial (see bill H. B. 
4831). 

Buckles, Tennessee N, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 10534). 
Bucksport Narrows, Maine 

Joint resolution for survey of Penobscot River near (see 
S. R. 208). 

Buffalo Fork. See Snake River. 

Buford, M. B. 

Bills for relief (see biUs S. 5322; H. R. 11592). 

Bull, Melville (a Representative from Bhode Island} 
Attended 14. 

Appointed on temporary committee 2926. 
Leave of absence granted to 2169. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Naval reserve: to organize (see bill H. R. 11535) 598. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Bureau of Navigation : to print appendix to report of (House 

Con. Res. No. 67) 1474. 
Johnson, Joseph H: to pay for services in Clerk's document 

room (House Res. No. 353) 246. 
Naval reserve: to print bill for enrollment and organization 

of 87. 
Providence, R. I.: for survey of harbor at (House Con. Res. 

Na 59) 381. 
Sakonnet River, Rhode Mand: inquiry relative to improve- 

mmt of (Howe Re& Now 880) 1200. 



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Bull— Continned. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 
Edwards, John: for relief 204. 

Erie, Pa., Picking Naval Oarrison: relative to Navy person- 
nel bill 1964. 
Pawtncket, B. I., Cigar Makers' Union: against territorial 

expansion 1056. 
Providence, B. I., Board of Trade: for certain legislation 

1779. 
Providence, B. I., Young Women's Christian Association: 

against seating B. H. Roberts as Bepresentative 2122. 
Bhode Island, citizens of: for improvement of Providence 
Harbor 284. 

citizens of Providence: for public building 1412. 

Bhode Island Business Men's Association: to increase 

American shipping 1528. 
Bhode Island Free Baptist Association: against seating B. H. 

Boberts as Bepresentative 779. 
Bhode Island Woman Suffrage Association: for woman 
suffrage in Hawaii 2855. 
Remarks by, on 

Hog Island Shoal light station 761. 
Pay of employees 817. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Accounts 
Committee clerks: resolution for extra pay to 2906. 
Committee on Bivers and Harbors: resolution to allow ste- 
nographer for 681. 
Harvey, O. A.: resolution to pay 2906. 
House folding room: resolution to employ eight additional 
folders in 681. 

resolution to continue folders in 2904. 

House post-office: resolution to appoint messenger in 2906. 
Johnson, Joseph H.: resolution to pay for services 2904. 
Newcomb, S.D.: resolution to appoint as document and bill 

clerk 2904. 
Pay of employees (H. Bes. 811) 817. 
Stratton, Asa G: resolution to pay for services as clerk 681. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Bullen, Henry 

Bill to increase i>ension (see bill H. B. 9415). 
Bullion and Coin. See Mints and Assay Offices. 
Bullock, Tfiomas 

Beport of Court of Claims on claim of (H. B. Doc. 150) 727. 
Bunnell, Kate 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 11784). 
Bunty, Charles C. 

Bills to pension (see bills S. 5062; H. B. 11447). 
Petition for increase of pension 464. 

Burch, James V, 

Bills to pension (see bills H. B. 11642, 11788). 
Papers referred in House 1018. 

Bureau of American Bepublics 

Message of President transmitting annual report of (S. Doc. 

51) 481, 479. 
Letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting draft of bill 
relative to fund for support of (H. B. Doc. 98) 820. 

Bureau of Animal Industry 

Annual report of (S. Doc. 55) 526, 558. 
Amendment in Senate for appropriation for rent of building 
for 2208, 2586. 

Bureau of Engraving and Printing 

Besolution of inquiry in Senate relative to Departmental 
investigation or, amended and passed 1064, 1204. 

Besolution in Senate to print papers relative to investiga- 
tion of, passed 1528, 1640. 

Besolution in Senate to print testimony taken by commit- 
tee on investigation of, passed 2129, 2207, 2266, 2866. 

Estimates of deficiency appropriation for (H. B. Doc. 108) 
896. 

Estimate of appropriation for fireproof buildings for (H. B. 
Doc. 157) 778. 

Estimate of appropriation for '* custody of dies, rolls, and 
plates" in (H. B. Doc. 199) 1441. 

Estimate of appropriation for rent of buildings for (H. B. 
Doc. 205) 1474. 

Letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting report of in- 
vestigation of (S. Doc. 109) 1413. 

Letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to extra work of 
employees in (H. B. Doc. 187} 1292. 



Bureau of Navigation. See Navy Department. 
Burford, Dennis L. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 12195). 
Burgess, Alfred 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 5997), 
Burgin, Elijah P. 

Papers referred in House 1888. 
Burke, Elizabetli {deceased) 

Papers referred in Senate 286. 
Burke, James 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 11404). 
Burke, R, E. (a Representative from Texas) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed on funeral committee 2880. 

Appointed teller 87. 
Amendments offered by, to 

War deficiency appropriation bill 86. 
Biiis and joint resolutions introduced by 

Mills, Jemima: to pension (see bill H. B. 11776) 1018. 

Stokes, Alfred: to pension (see bUl H. B. 11694) 826. 

Thurman, Denoiple: to pension (see bill H. B. 11775) 1013. 

Trinity Biver. Texas: for survey of (seebillH. B. 11854) 880« 
Motions and reso/utions offered by 

Cranford, John W: for eulogies on 2980. 

on death of 2880. 

Remarks by, on 

Alaska criminal laws 898, 518, 514, 515, 520, 521. 

Armor plate 2249. 

Capitol police force 86, 886. 

Charge of desertion 1719. 

Cranford. John W: death of 2880. 

Fortification appropriation bill 2522. 

Great Falls of Potomac Biver 122. 

Indian appropriation bill 271, 272. 

Ohio Centennial and Northwest Territory Exposition 2748, 

Philadelphia Export Exposition 818. 

Philippine Islands 2522-2524. 

Post-Office appropriation bill 809, 810. 

Ticket brokerage (Appendix 21). 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Burleigh, Edwin C, (a Representative from Maine) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Smiley, Charles N: to increase pension (see bill H. B. 12077) 

1726. 
Volunteer Army: to organize (see bill H. B. 11177) 245. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Cape Porpoise, Me: to improve harbor at (House Con. Bes. 
No. 50) 269. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Boston and Bangor Steamship Company: for improvement 

of harbor at Bucksport 184. 
Maine, citizens of Bucksport: for improvement of harbor 
184. 

citizens of Unita: for postal savings banks 1148. 

citizens of Winterport: for temperance legislation 

246. 
Mooney,John: for pension 52. 

Winterport, Me., cnurches and societies: for temperance 
legislation 246. 
Remarks by, on 

Dingley, Nelson: death of 1768. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds 
Burlington, Vt., public building (Beport 2018) 1589. 
Ironton, Ohio, public building (Beport 2842) 2986. 
Waterbury, Conn., public buUding (Beport 2357) 2936. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes- 

Burlington, Vermont 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. B. 5520). 

Burnett, James 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 10055). 

Bums, John 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. B. 11002). 



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Burr, Moses W. 

Petition for relief of estate 857. 
Burrows, Benjamin 

BiU for relief (see bill H. B. 11641). 
Burrows, Frank J. 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 1515). 
Burrows, James 

Papers referred in House 429. 
Burrows, Julius C. (a Senator from Michigan) 

Attended 1. 

Appointed conferee 2586. 
Appointed on committee 1889. 
Appointed on fnneral conmiittee 679. 
Credentials presented 888. 
Amendmenta offered by, to 

Navy appropriation bill: extra pay at navy-yards 1528. 
Bt7/s ancfjo/nt reso/utfona Introduced by 

Battie Creek, Mich: to erect public building at (see bill S. 

4875)20. 
Casev, Stephen: for relief of heirs (see bill S. 5181) 561. 
Childs, Frances E: for relief (see bill S. 5570) 2207. 
Navy-yards: granting additional pay for extra work by em- 
ployees at (see S. R. 195) 55. 
Official publications: to prohibit advertising in (see bill S. 

5569)2207. 
Waterman, Mary P: to pension (see bill S. 5846) 957. 
Women nurses: for employment in Army of (see bill S. 
5358) 1016. 

for employment in military hospitals (see bill S. 

5580) 2858. 
Motiona and reao/utions offered by 

Women nurses: to print bill for employment of 1288. 
Petitiona and papera preaented by, from 

American Shipping and Industrial League: to increase 

American shipping 1202. 
California, citizens of: for temperance legislation 828. 
Erie, Pa., Army and Navy Union: for Navy personnel bill 

1202. 
Michigan, citizens of: for temperance legislation 828, 1689, 



• for present system of ticket brokerage 1728. 



Michigan churches and societies: for temx>erance legislation 
828, 1689, 2205. 

Michigan legislature: for labor legislation 1202. 
Bemarka by, on 

Circus animals 2860. 

Cuban franchisee 2808. 

Exportation of distilled spirits 1794. 

Extra pay at navy-yards 1917, 1918. 

March, Buth: relief of estate 2588. 

Rawson, Henry C: relief of 2048. 

Saginaw, Mich: park 688. 
Reporta made by, from 
Committee of conference 

Circus animals (bill H. B. 7271) 2887. 
Committee on Finance 

Circus animals (bill H. R. 7271) 2126. 

Exportation of distilled spirits (bill H. B. 10997) 1689. 

Frost, Mary R. (bill H. R. 2871) 1968. 

March, Benjamin H. (bill H. R. 2874) 2085. 

Philadelphia, Pa., commercial exposition (S. R. 242) 2126. 
Votea of. See Yka-and-Nay Votes. 

Burrows, V. 

Petition for relief of estate 1779. 
Burtis, Arthur 

Amendment in Senate for relief 167. 
Burton, Theodore E, (a Representative from Ohio) 

Attended 14. 
Appointed conferee 2668. 
Bi7/a and joint reao/utiona introduced by 

Atlantic and Pacific oceans: for canal to connect (see H. Res. 

876) 2605. 
Cockley. Cecelia: to pension (see bill H. R. 11385) 397. 
Crane, Hester S: to Increase pension (see bill H. R. 12010) 

1687. 
Hartman, Edward S: to extend patent of (see bill H. R. 

12045) 1687. 



Burton — Continued. 
Billa and joint reaolutiona introduced by 

Lee, Laura P: to pension (see bill H. R. 11498) 525. 
Saint, James Qt: to pension (see bill H. R. 12088) 1778. 
Tupper, Anna H: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11858) 

Wolcott, Clarissa: to pension (see bill H. R. 12093) 1779. 

Motiona and reaolutiona offered by 

Adjourn: to 1387, 1870. 

Cleveland, Ohio: to ascertain cost of dredging harbor at 

(House Con. Res. No. 51) 269. 
Committee on Rivers and Harbors: to allow stenographer 

for (House Res. No. 860) 464. 

Petitiona and papera preaented by, from 

California, citizens of Santa Clara County: for improve- 
ment of Alviso Channel 2605. 

California legislature: for improvement of Sacramento 
River 2605. 

Chester, Pa., Woman's Christian Temperance Union: against 
seating of B. H. Roberts as Representative 2937. 

Cleveland, Ohio, ^tna Street Disciple Church: against 
seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 2170. 

Cleveland, Ohio, African Methodist Episcopal Church: for 
prevention of race riots 898. 

Cleveland, Ohio, Book and Thimble Club: against sectarian 
appropriations 2937. 

Cleveland, Ohio, Grand Army of Republic: relative to civil 
service 2170. 

Cleveland, Ohio, Methodist Episcopal Church: for temper- 
ance legislation 1475. 

Cleveland, Ohio, Order of Railway Conductors: against 
ticket brokerage 89. 

Cleveland, Ohio, Woodland Avenue Presbvterian Church: 
against sale of liquor in (Government buildings 89. 

Los Angeles, CaL , Board of Trade: for Nicaragua Canal 2605. 

Ohio, citizens of Cleveland: against seating B. H. Roberts 
as Representative 2355. 

Remarka by, on 

Bridgeport. Conn., harbor improvement 854. 

Bucksport Narrows, Me., improvement 706. 

Cape Porpoise, Me., harbor improvement 854. 

Cleveland, Ohio, harbor improvement 854. 

Correction of Record 1483, 1484. 

Deep Creek, Va., improvement 854. 

Galveston Harbor channel 705. 

Jefferson City, Mo., harbor improvement 1912, 1918. 

Kenosha, Wis., harix>r improvement 854. 

Missouri River improvement 1401, 1402, 1403. 

Mystic River, Mass: improvement of 683. 

New York harbor improvement 353. 

Ohio River improvement 354. 

Pittsburg, Pa., harbor improvement 706. 

Racine, Wis., harbor improvement 358. 

River and harbor appropriation bill 1836, 1887, 1350, 1351, 
1352, 1353, 1856, 1357, 1358, 1359, 1360, 1361, 1862, 1863, 
1364, 1365, 1366, 1868, 1369, 1370, 1894, 1395, 1396, 1397, 
1398, 1399, 1400, 1401, 1402, 1403, 1404, 1405, 1406, 1407, 
1408, 1432, 1433, 1434, 2663. 

conference report on 2923, 2924, 2925. 

River and harbor improvements 853, 354. 

Straits of Carquinez survey 706. 

Reporta made by, from 
Committee of conference 

River and harbor appropriation bill (bill H. R. 11795) 2923. 
Committee-on Appropriations 
River and harbor appropriation bill (bill H. R. 11795; Re- 
port 1826) 999, 1012. 
Committee on Rivers and Harbors 
Bucksport Narrows, Me., survey (Report 1748) 674. 
Cape Porpoise, Me., improvement (Report 1698) 820. 
Cleveland, Ohio, harbor improvement (Report 1693) 284. 
Gtelveston Bay channel (Report 1743) 633. 
Muscle Shoals Power Company (Report 1870) 1233. 
New York harbor improvements (Report 1692) 284. 
Ohio River survey (Report 1690) 283. 
Pittsburg, Pa., harbor (Report 1749) 674. 
Sakonnet River, R. L, bridge (Report 2298). (Omitted in 

Record, ) 
Straits of Carquinezc channel (Report 1747) 674. 
notes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Butler, Branch 

Petition for relief 525. 



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Butler, Marion (a Senator from I^forth Carolina) 
Attended 1. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Deficiency appropriation bill: erection of monuments 2791. 
Navjr appropriation bill: armor plate 2471, 2631, 2683. 
Pension appropriation bill: pensions to Confederate soldiers 

824,1074. 
Post-OfiBce appropriation bill 2131. 
River and harbor appropriation bill 1597, 2301. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill 2234, 2549, 2572, 2574, 2575. 

Bille and joint reso/ut/ons introduced by 

District of Columbia: to regulate service of policemen in 

(see bill S. 5387) 1204. 
Elizabeth City, N. C: to erect public building at (see bill 

S. 5543) 2085. 
Pacific telesjaph cable: to provide for (see bill S. 6227) 677. 
Mot/one and resoiutlons offered oy 

Yellowstone National Park Transportation Company: in- 
quiry relative to 2833. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

American Federation of Labor: for present system of ticket 

brokerage 829. 
Galveston, Tex., Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners: 

for labor legislation 1967. 
Georgia, citizens of Columbus: relative to pensions 683. 
Newborn, N. C, Cotton and Grain Exchange: for certain 

legislation 1967. 
North Carolina, citizens of: for temperance legislation 829. 

for postal savings banks 1296, 1874, 1444, 1477. 

North Carolina legislature: for election of Senators by peo- 
ple 1203. 
for light beacon at Cape Channel 1295. 

Remarks by, on 

Acquisition of territory 566. 

Armor plate 2626, 2627, 2630, 2631, 2632, 2638, 2684, 2732, 

2733, 2734, 2845, 2846, 2847, 2848, 2850, 2851, 2862, 2864, 

2866. 
Army reorganization 2464, 2460, 2461. 
Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill 1207. 
Durham, N. C, public building 2578, 2781. 
Election of Senators by people 1208. 
Elizabeth City, N. C, public building 2267, 2867. 
Navy and Marine Corps promotions 982. 
Navy personnel bill 1978, 1974, 1976, 1976, 1977. 
Nicaragua Canal 799. 
Pacific cable 2782. 

Pensions to Confederate soldiers 1074-1080. 
Postal commission 1935, 1936, 2066, 2056, 2067, 2088, 2089. 

(Appendix 175.) 
Postal savings banks 1019. 
Post-Office appropriation bill 2088, 2089, 2090, 2091, 2094, 

2095, 2096, 2097, 2098. (Appendix 175.) 
PubUc building bills 2856, 2858, 2869. 
Battway mail pay (Appendix 176). 
Topographic surveys 2549, 2574. 

Reports made by, from 
Committee on Post-Offlcea and Post-Roads 
Postal savings banks (Bbport 1504) 829. 
Votes of. Se^ Yea-and-Nay Votes, 

Butler, JTiomas 8. (a Representative from Pennsylvania) 
Attended 14. 
Biiis and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Guss, Henry B: to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11030) 52. 
Naval volunteers: for relief (see bill H. B. 11617) 682. 
Snyder, George: to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11515) 
559. 

Motions and resolutions offered by 

Kaiser, Julius A: requesting House to furnish duplicate 
copy of bill for relief 1992. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Chester, Pa., Woman's Christian Temperance Union: 
against seating B. H. Boberts as Bepreeentative 2937. 

Lenape, Pa., Patrons of Husbandry: against certain legis- 
lation 2937. 

Pennsylvania, citizens of: for certain legislation 1726. 

against food adulteration 1829. 

Pennsylvania churches and societies: for temperance legis- 
lation 680, 1148, 1200, 1726, 1964. 



Butler— Continued . 
Remarics by, on 

Kaiser, Julius A: relief of 1392. 
Navy personnel bill 724. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Naval Affairs 
Kaiser, Julius A. (Beport 2225) 2202. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Butte, Montana 

Bill to regulate holding United States courts at (see bill 

S. 102). 
Bill to erect public building at (see bill S. 164). 
Amendment in Senate for appropriation for purchase of 
site for public building at (8. Beport 1635) 1342, 1640. 

Butter 

Bill to amend act defining (see bill H. B. 11604). 
Butterfleld, J, Ware 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 11518). 
Buttermilk ChanneL See New York Harbor. 
Buttle, Thomas W. 

Bill to correct military record (see bill S. 6360). 
Button, Elijah J. 3f. 

Bills to place on retired list of Navy (see bills S. 4941; H. B. 
11541). 

Buxton, Sophia W, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 1206). 
Byrd, Stisan C. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 10488). 
Cables. See Pacifio Cable System; Submarine Cables. 

Caffery, Donelson (a Senator from Louisiana) 
Attended 1. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Deficiency ajiprqpriation bill: Morgan's Louisiana and Texas 

Bailroad and Steamship Company 402, 2536, 2798. 
Maritime Canal Company of Nicaragua: bill to incorporate 

217, 703, 741, 744, 801, 802, 842. 
Biver and harbor appropriation bill: removal of water hya- 
cinth 1445. 

Southwest Pass of Mississippi Biver 1445. 

Biiis and joint resolutions introduced by 

Anderson, Jane M: to pension (see bill S. 5089) 402. 

Lawrence, Henry: for relief of estate (see bill S. 5445) 1416. 

Mississippi Biver: to construct channel through Southwest 
Pass of (see bill S. 4869) 19. 

New Orleans: to erect monument to soldiers who fell in 
battle of (see bill S. 5087) 859. 

New Orleans and Bayou Sara Mail Company: for relief (see 
bill S. 5385) 1204. 

Smith, John N: for relief of estate (see bill S. 5317) 884. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Clayton-Bulwer treaty: for abrogation of 55. 

Foreign navigation laws: inquiry relative to 1084. 

Philippine Islands: requesting President to furnish certain 
information relative to 830. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Atkinson, Edward: paper on criminal aggression by 2607. 

Louisiana, citizens of: for present system of ticket broker- 
age 1675. 

New Orleans, La., Daughters of 1776 and 1812: for comple- 
tion of monument 400. 
Remarlcs by, on 

Acquisition of territory 296, 328, 432-439, 502. 

Army reorganization 2i448, 2449, 2450, 2451, 2452. 

Incidental subjects 140. 

Navigation laws 23, 24. 

Nicaragua Canal 182, 301, 406, 504, 534, 535, 538, 539, 540, 
548, 649, 646, 692, 697, 698, 735, 739, 740, 741, 742, 744, 745, 
747, 752, 754, 798, 801, 802, 808, 846, 847, 887, 889. (Appen- 
di3:45.) 

Order of business 1938, 1939. 

Philippine Islands 735, 791, 885, 1067, 1069, 1381, 1383, 1490, 
1491, 1492, 1738, 2449. 2450, 2451, 2452. 

Begistry of foreign-built vessels 23. 24, 173, 174, 831, 832. 

Biver and harbor appropriation bill: conference r^ort on 
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Caflfery— Continued. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Commerce 
East Pascagonla, Miss., depnty collector (bill H. R. 11440) 
1730. 
Committee on Education and Labor 
Bight-hour law (Report 1855) 2556, 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
0. A. Qambrill Manufacturing^ Company 

Resolution of inquiry in Senate relative to flour contract of 
(Senate Res. ifo. 545) passed (omitted in Record). 

Cahill, Cornelius 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 1 1035). 
Calcasieu Biver 

Amendment in Senate for increase of appropriation for im- 
provement of 1640. 

Caldwell, HamHn 

Bill for relief (tee bill H. R. 5278). 

Resolution in House to refer claim to Court of Claims, 
passed 1147, 1504. 

Caldwell, Bobert W. 

Bin for relief (see bUl H. R. 7796), 
Calendar of Business. See Senate. 
Calendar of Miscellaneous Letters. Set State Depabthent. 

Califomia 

Bill to grant State 5 per cent of proceeds of sales of public 
lands in (see bill S. 99). 

Bill for relief of purchasers of lands In (see bUl S. 5105). 

Bill relative to certain river and harbor improvements in 
(see bill H. R. 11807). 

Bill to provide arms for Company A, Veteran Reserves of 
(see bill H. R. 11334). 

Amendment in Senate authorizing Secretary of War to ac- 
cept dredging apparatus from 920. 

Amendment in ^nate for expropriation for commission to 
locate site for naval coaling and repair station in 1444, 
2040, 2126. 

Amendment in Senate relative to mineral lands in 2129, 2358. 

Remarks in Senate by Mr. White and Mr. Perkins relative 
to resolutionsof legislature instructing United States Sena- 
tors from 838. 

Memorial of legislature favoring c<Hnpletion of Port San 
Luis breakwater in 1147, 1150. 

Memorial of legislature for appropriation for dredging shoal 
in San Pablo Bay 1525. 

Memorial of legislature for construction and governmental 
ownership of Nicaragua Canal 1637, 1638, 1672. 

Memorial of legislature for improvement of Sacramento 
River 2605. 

Memorial of legislature favoring appropriation for construc- 
tion of Pacific cable 2607. 

Memorial of legislature relative to marking of boundary 
line between Califomia and Nevada 2937. 

Call, Samuel J,, and others 

Bill to grant medal of honor to (see bill H. R. 12120). 

Joint resolution tendering thanks of Congress and author- 
izing presentation of medals to (see S. R. 229; H. Res. 370) . 

Message of President recommending tender of thanks of 
Congress and presentation of medals of honor to (S. Doc. 
66) 727, 730. 

Calla, Anna 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11196). 

Callahan, Jame^ Yancy (a Delegate from Oklahoma) 
BUis and joint resolutions introduced by 

Greer County, Okla: to amend act to provide for entry upon 

lands in (see bill H. R. 11771) 1018. 
Redder, William: for relief (see bill H. R. 11033) 728. 
Remarks by, on 

Greer County, Okla.. lands 2168. 
Oklahoma insane asylum 807. 

Callender, William H, {executor) 

Report of Court of Claims on claim of (H. R. Doc. 28) 16. 

Calumet Western Railway Company 

Bill to allow them to bridge Little Calumet River (see bill 
H. R. 12127), 



Camden, Maine 

Concurrent resolution in Senate for improvement of harbor 

at, passed Senate 687, 782, 807. 
Concurrent resolutions in House for survey of harbor at 

(House Con. Res. Nos. 52, 65) referred 269, 953. 

Cameron, James and Emma 8. 

Bill for relief (see bUl S. 1478). 
Cameron, Robert 

Amendment in Senate for relief 824, 359. 
Cameron, Simon 

Amendment in Senate relative to purchase of portrait of 783. 
Campbell, James R. (a Representative from Illinois) 

Resolution in House declaring his seat vacant (House Res. 
No. 411), consideration refused 2751. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Campbell, Macfarland 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5275). 
Campbell, William 

Papers referred in Senate 480. 
Campbell, William JET. 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11525). 
Canals. See also NiOASAauA Canal. 

Bills to construct canal to connect Atlantic and Pacific 
oceans (see biUs S. 4792; H. R. 11095, 11274, 11309; H. Res. 
376). 
Bill to construct canal to connect Caribbean Sea and Pacific 

Ocean (see bill H. R. 11599). 
Concurrent resolution of inquiry in Senate relative to cost 
of acquiring canals connecting Albemarle and Long Island 
sounds, referred 1152, 2040. 
Amendnient in Senate for appropriation for continuing im- 
provement of canals in arid-land States and Territories 
1445, 1730. 
Documents relative to interoceanic canals (S. Doa 26) 97. 

Candies. See Adulteration. 

Cannon, Frank J. (a Senator from Utalh) 

Attended 1. 

Excused from committee service 1598. 
Biils and joint resolutions introduced by 

Adger, Robert: for reUef (see bill S. 4981) 65. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Cannon, Joseph O, (a Representative from Illinois) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 265, 2646, 2902, 2911. 

Appointed on committee to wait on President 15. 

Appointed teller 87, 1912, 1962, 2121. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Sundry civil appropriation bill: indemnity to Spain 1956. 

War deficiency appropriation bill 83, 85. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Apgar, Marie L: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 10972) 16. 

Joliet, 111: to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 10962) 16. 

Potomac River: for clearing ice from (see bill H. R. 12094) 
1796. 

Spain: for payment of indemnity to (see bill H. R. 12125) 
2036. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Adjourn: to 1411, 1828, 1916. 

Adjourn over: to 87. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Apgar, Marie L: for increase of pension 1148. 

Danville, 111.. First Methodist Episcopal Church: against 
seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 2122. 

Illinois, citizens of: for temperance legislation 134, 357, 429, 
1475, 2122. 

Joliet, 111., churches: for temperance legislation 357. 

Rossville, ill.. Young People's Christian Union; for temper- 
ance legislation 559. 
Remarks by, on 

Agricultural appropriation bill 346, 350, 351, 852. 

Alaska criminal laws 547. 

Alaska liquor law 589. 

Appropriations (Appendix 159). 

Armor pli-te 2144, 2753, 2754. 

Army appropriation bill 2403, 2404. 



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Oaxmon— Continued. 
Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization 1176, 1180, 1183, 1186, 1321, 1238, 1224, 

1307, 1308. 2682. 
Bnreaa of Animal Indnstry employees 850, 851, 852. 
Cameron, James and Emma S: relief of 1499, 1500, 1501. 
Cape Elizabeth, Maine, light-ship 769. 
Capital police force 86, 335, 336. 
Civil-service law 481, 483. 

Deficiency appropriation bill 3671, 3678, 3674, 3675. 
Department of Justice bnilding 3766. 
District of Columbia appropriation bill : conference report on 

3908, 3909, 3913. 
Economic Postage Association 3105, 3107. i 

Fish Conmiission 638, 630, 631. 
Fourth light-house district relief vessel 765. 
Qame and song birds 638, 630, 631. 
Hahnemann, Samuel: monument to 3888. 
Ho^ Island Shoal light station 760, 761, 763, 763. 
Incidental subjects 1389. 
Indenmity to Spain 1947, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1956, 3114, 3115, 

3116, 3117, 3118, 3119. 

,375,376,380,381,383,383. 



Indian aupropriation bill 373, 374, i 
Joliet. IlL, public building 1574. 



Legislation and appropriations 763. 

Maumee Bay, Ohio, light 768. 

Naval Academy buildings 3071. 

Nicaragua Canal 1873, 1878, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1903, 1908. 

North way, Stephen A. (Appendix 353). 

Pacific cable 2m, 3901. 

Philippine Islands 3407. 

Point Arguello, California, light-house 764. 

Pollock Rip Shoal light-house 767, 768. 

Potomac River ice 1796, 1797. 

Prevention of smallpox 3168. 

Public-building bills 3687. 

Receipts and expenditures 1663, 1664, 1665, 1666, 1800, 1801. 

Removal of snow and ice 1507, 1635, 1867, 1868, 1869, 1870, 
1878. 

Rock Creek Park roadway 946. 

Sayers, Joseph D: services of 337. 

Seattle, Wash., assay office 485. 

Sundry civil appropriation bUl 1668, 1691, 1796, 1797, 1800, 
1801, 1803, 1803, 1807, 1813, 1837, 1838, 1853, 1864, 1865, 
1866, 1867, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1871, 1873, 1873, 1875, 1876, 
1877, 1895, 1896, 1913, 1918, 1940, 1943, 1943, 1944, 1956, 
1959,1960,1994,1995. 

conference report on 3893, 3893, 3894, 3895, 3896, 3897, 

3898, 3899, 3900, 3901, 3903, 3920, 3931, 3933. 

Temporary clerks 481. 

Topographic survey 1809, 1811, 1813. 

War clafins 1504, 1505, 1506, 3660. 

War deficiency appropriation bill 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 80, 81, 83, 
84, 85, 335, 336. 

Washington Public Library 1895. 

William Cramp & Sons' Ship and Engine Building Com- 
pany: relief of 855, 856. 

Reports made by, from 
Committee of conference 
Deficiency appropriation bill (bill H. R. 12203) 2929. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill (bill H. R. 12008) 2892, 2930. 
War deficiency appropriation bill (bill H. R. 10989) 335. 
Committee on Appropriations 
Deficiency appropriation bill (bill H. R. 13303; Rbpobt3317) 

3598 3604. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill (bill H. R. 13008; Report 

1940) 1507. 
Urgent deficiency appropriation bill (bill H. R. 11716; Re- 
port 1791) 851, 880. 
War deficiency appropriation bill (bill H. R. 10989; Report 
1661) 36. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Oanode, Henry 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 13034). 

Canton, Ohio 

Bills to erect addition to public building at (see bills S. 5541 ; 
H. R. 75). 

Cape Ann, Massachtisetts 

Amendment in Senate for continuing improvement of har- 
bor of refuge at Sandy Bay 1343. 

Cape ChanneL See Pamuoo Sound. 



Cape Elizabeth, Maine 

Bill for light-ship at (see bill S. 3944). 
Cai>e Fear River 

Amendments in Senate for appropriations for improvement 
of 1598. 

Cape Hatteras, North Carolina 

BiU for light beacon at (see bill H. R.41865). 
Memorial of legislature of North Carolina for beacon light 
at 1201, 1303, 1333. 

Cape Lookout, North Carolina 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for improvement 

of harbor of refuge at 1528. 
Statement concerning establishment of harbor of refuge 
at 1675. 

Cape Porpoise, Maine 

Concurrent resolution of inquiry in House relative to im- 
provement of harbor at (House Con. Res. No. 50), passed 
269, 320, 354, 360, 363. . 

Report of Secretary of War on cost olHmproving harbor at 
(H. R. Doc. 160) 825. ^ 

Cape Smythe Whaling and Trading Company 

Amendment in Senate to adjust and pay accounts of (S. 
Report 1790) 1640, 2265. 

Capehart, W. H. 

Papers referred in House 525. 
Capital. See Labor. 

Capital Railway Company 

Bill to chan^ name of (see bill H. R. 10667). 

Bill to require them to equip cars with safety brakes (see 

bill H.R. 11159). 
Annual report of (S. Doc. 75) 1058, 1146. 

Capital Traction Company 

Bill to amend charter (see bill S. 4950). 
Bill authorizing extension of lines of (see bill H. R. 8656). 
Amendment in Senate to bill (H. R. 8656) to authorize ex- 
tension of lines of 957. 
Annual report of (S. Doc. 89) 1235, 1292, 1413. 

Capitol 

Bill to provide complete system of filtration of water supply 
of (seebiUH. R. 4756). 

Ck>ncurrent resolution in Senate granting G^eorge Washing- 
ton Memorial Association use of rotund of, referred 24fi@. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for cleaning and 
repairing works of art in 3086. 

Capitol Park 

Bill to erect flagstaff in (see bill H. R. 11305). 

Capron, Adin B, (a Representative from Rhode Island) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

(institution of United States: for amendment prohibiting 
polygamy (see H. Res. 554) 1532. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Pawtucket River, Rhode Island: for estimate of cost of 
straightening channel in (House Con. Res. No. 49) 345. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

East Greenwidi, R. I., churches and societies: for certain 
legislation 779. 

Pawtucket, R. I., Cigar Makers' Union: against territorial 
expansion 1148. 

Pawtucket, R. I., Epworth Lea^e: to prohibit sale of 
liquors on Gk>vemment reservations 17. 

Pawtucket YaUey, Rhode Island, Ministers* Circle: against 
seating B. H* Uoberts as Representative 954. 

Providence, R. L, Board of Trade: for certain legislation 
1779. 

Rhode Island, citizens of: for improvement of Pavrtucket 
River 346. 

citizens of Woodville: for pnostal savings banks 1726. 

Rhode Island Business Men's Association: to increase Ameri- 
can shipping 1533. 

Rhode Island Free Baptist Association: against admission 
of B. H. Roberts as Representative 729. 

Rhode Island Woman's Suffrage Association: for woman 
suffrage in Hawaii 2425. 

Wickford, R. I., United American Mechanics: against cer- 
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Oapron— Contintied. 
Remarks by, on 

Hog Island Shoal light station 768. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Election of President and Representatives, etc. 
Polygamy (Report 2807) 2629. 
Votes of. See YEii-AND-NAY Votbs. 
Oapron, Agnes K. * 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11997). 
Oapron, Arha 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 7046). 
Caproxiy Lilian 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5864). 
Oaproxiy Lillian 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11998). 
Captured and Abandahed Property 

Bills to revive right of action for (see bills S. 5020, 5167; 

H. R. 11815, nm, 11625). 
Amendment in Senate to revive right of action for 2266. 

Captured Ordnance. See War with Spain 
Carey, William N. 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. R. 11897). 
Caribbean Sea 

Bill to acquire right to construct canal to connect Pacific 
Ocean with (seabiU H. R. 11599). 

Carlisle, William N. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5896). 
Carlton, James C. 

BUI to increase pension (see bill S. 8291). 
Carmack, E, W, (a BepresentaUve from Tennessee) 

Attended 14. 

Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Abandoned property: to revive right of action for (see bill 
H. R. 11815) 856. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Memphis, Tenn. j legislative council: for certain legislation 



Mem|>his, Tenn., Merchants* Exchange: relative to reor- 
ganization of consular service 2261. 

Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization 1225, 1226, 2681. 

Indemnity to Spain 1858, 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949, 1951. 

Philippine Islands 612, 1095, 1225, 1226 (Appendix 168). 

Post-Office appropriation bUl 918. 

Treaty with Spain 862, 868. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Claims 

Dickel, G^rge A., & Co. (Report 1818) 958. 

Johnson, Y. Baldwm (Reports 2068, 2855) 1672, 2986. 

Maddux, Hobart & Ck>. (Report 2818) 2605. 

Newcomer, H. C. (Report 2808) 2529. 

Swift, Mary A. (Report 2088) 1589. 

Thompson, Joseph H. (Report 1877) 1870. 
Votes of. See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 
Carmichael, Martha S, 

Resolution in House to refer claim to Ck>urtof Claims, passed 
1504. 

Camif^ W. B. 

BUI to increase pension (see bill S. 5264). 
Carpenter, Henry W, 

Joint resolution to appoint second lieutenant in Marine 
Corps (seeS. R. 249). 

Carpenter & Plass 

Bills to adjudicate claim of assignee of (see bills S. 5589; 
H. R. 12193). 

Carr, Laura V. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 10978). 
Carroll, David 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 8216). 



Carrollton, Kentucky 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 1668). 

Carswell, W. B. 

Joint resolution for relief (see S. R. 159). 

Carter, Alfred B. 

Bill for reUef (ses bill a 5048). 

Carter, Maggie E. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11579). 

Carter, ThonuisH, {a Senator from Montana) 

Attended 1 

Appointed conferee 2181, 2705. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army: bill to reorganize 2459. 

Army appropriation bill: Ctister County, Mont., board of 
county conmiissioners 957. 

Capital Traction Company: bill to extend lines of 957. 

Deficiency appropriation bill : right of way over forest reser- 
vations 2800. 

Indian appropriation bill 1551, 1555, 1536. 

Post-Office appropriation bill: pneumatic-tube system 885. 

River and harbor appropriation bill: irrigation improve- 
ments 1445, 1597. 

Sundry civil appropriation bUl 2086, 2554. 

Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Middletown, Johnson V. D: to place on Army retired list 

(see bill S. 5470) 1597. 
Public lands: for survey of (see bill S. 5868) 1061. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 
Adjourn: to 1891, 1992, 2285. 
Executive session: for 654, 704, 2284, 2821. 
Hour of meeting: fixing at 11 o*clock 2802. 
Reservoir sites: inquiry relative to surveys of 1528. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Montana, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1286. 
Montana legislature: relative to Indianson reservations 2427. 
Remarks by, on 

Alaska criminal laws 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1987, 1988, 

1989, 1988, 1992, 2280, 2284, 2575, 2690, 2699, 2700, 2708, 2704, 

2705. 
Alaska roads 141. 

Albuquerque, N. Mex., bonds 2865. 
Army reorganization 2869, 2870, 2872, 2876, 2882, 2888, 2458, 

2459. 
Census 1560, 1788, 1789, 2718, 2715, 2716. 
Fast-mail service 1980, 1981. 
Forest reservations 2800, 2801. 
Incidental subjects 1156. 
Indian appropriation bill 651, 652, 1551, 1552, 1558, 1554, 1555, 

1556. 
Irrigation reservoirs 2281, 2282, 2554, 2555, 2817. 
Nicaragua Canal 842, 848, 847, 803, 894. 
Philippine Islands: resolutions relative to 1152, 1158, 1242, 

1248, 1849, 1785. 
Pneumatic-tube system 2050, 2051. 
Washington :National Park 2681. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee of conference 

Census (bill H. R. 11815) 2718. 
Committee on Military Affairs 
Alaska 2838. 

Brassington, William P. (Report 1482) 206. 
Castle Pinckney, S. C: volunteer Soldiers* Home (Report 

1808)2858. 
Custer County, Mont, (bill S. 5482; Report 1637) 1640. 
Custer County, ^ont., county commissioners (Report 1688) 

1640. 
Dawe, William T. (Report 1434) 206. 
Fluke, James J. (Report 1591) 1375. 
Vennum, Benjamin F. (bill H. R. 718) 2844. 
Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds 

McKinsey, George W. (bill H. R. 1800) 2265. 
Committee on Public Lands 
Public land survey (bill S. 5386) 1882. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Casey, Stephen 

Bill for relief of estate (see bill S. 5181). 



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Casper, Abel 

Itesoliition in House to refer claim to Coxort of CWms, 
passed 1504. 

Caspers, Joseph 

Petition for honorable discharge 321. 
Castle, C, H. (a Representative from California) 
Attended 14. 
Appointed conferee 2303. 
Leave of absence granted to 2529. 
B/lls and joint resolutions introduced by 

O'Neal, Patrick: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11673) 
779. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

California, citizens of Fallbrook: against seating B. H. 
Roberts as Representative 1964. 

citizens of Ontario: for temperance legislation 821. 

Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization (Appendix 90). 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Invalid Pensions 
Alexander Oeorge (Rbpobt 1858) 1147. 
Bnxton. Sophia W. (Report 2240) 2258, 
Ck)miff, Bartlett (Report 2270) 2260. 
Everly, Jesse (Report 1884) 1146. 
Hatch, Henry (Report 2238) 2359. 
Lannon. Mich&el (Report 2258) 2259. 
lonch, John (Report 2042) 1590. 
Lowther, Margaret A. (Report 1788) 825. 
Marcher, James J. (Report 1925) 1521. 
O'Neal, Patrick (Report 2278) 2260. 
Shnmard, Belle (Report 2043) 1590. 
Votes of. See Yea-ani>-Nay Votes. 

Castle, W. H, 

Bill to grant an honorable discharge (see InH H. R. 4670). 

CasUe Pinckiidy. 8&e Charlbstoh, 8owth Carolina. 

Castor, Hans 

Bill to increase pension (see bill 3. 5881). 

Catchings, Thomas C, (a Representative from Mississippi) 
Attended 14. 
Appointed conferee 2663. 
Appointed on fnneral committee 407. 
Bills and joint resolutions Introduced by 

District of Columbia: to exempt chnrch property from tax- 
ation in (see bill H. R. 11127) 133. 
Wilson Park, D. C: to purchase (se^ bill H. R. 12076) 1726. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Mississippi, citizens of: for certain legislation 1637. 
Warren County, Miss., board of supervisors: relative to 
yellow fever 357. 

Remarks by, on 

.Fast mail service 2591. 
Galveston harbor improvement 1485, 1486. 
Love, W. S: death of (Appendix 252) . 
River and harbor appropriation bill 1356. 
Tennessee River improvement 1306. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Cathran, Mary 

Bill to pension (see biU H. R. 12154). 

Catlett, W. D. 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 5008). 

Caulfleld, ^fai-y A. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 1045). 

Cavalry. See Army. 

Cavin, Edward A. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 12215). 

Cawley, Morris F. 

Bills for relief (see bills S. 5150; H. R. 11620). 

Cemeteries. See Confederate Cemeteries; National Cem- 
eteries 



Census 

Bills to provide for taking (see bills S. 4545; H. R. 11465, 
11815). 

Bill requiring Director of Census to furnish Congress with 
certain information (see bill H. R. 11982). 

ResolutioB in Senate to print additional oopies of act to pro- 
vide for taking, passed 2820. 

Petition of American Public Health Associatkm relative to 
collection of mortality statistics 2084. 

CentenniaL See WAsmNoroN City Centennial (1000) 
Central Pacific Railroad Company 

Report of . commissioners «>pointed to settle indebtedness 
of (H. R. Doc. 238) 2082, 2121. 

Certificates of Deposit. See Debt of United States. 
Certificates of Location. See Military Bounty Lands. 
Chamberlain, South Dakota 

Amendment in Senate for appropriaMcm for construction of 

telephone line to Crow Creek Agency, Lower Brule 

Agency, and Grace Mission, from 1444. 

Chambeiiiii, Jforjf 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 2625). 
Chambers, Daniel W, 

Bill to place on rolls of Army (see bill H. R. 11468). 
Chambers, James C, 

BiU for relief (see bill H. R. 11435). 
Chambers, John 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 4872). 
Champion, William H* 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 12046). 
Chanabery, Freeman R. JET, 

Petition fcv reli^ 2772. 
Chandler, B. O, 

Bill for relief (see biU & 5467). 

Chandler, WiUiam E, {a Senator from Ifew Hampshire) 

Attended 1. 

Appointed conferee 1235, 1982. 
Appointed on funeral committee 2788. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Deficiency appropriation Mil: paving Nineteenth street ex- 
tended 2266. 

temporary naval force 2798. 

Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 561, 

637, 1746, 
Navy and Marine Corps: bill to reorganize personnel 1296, 
1640, 1979, 1982. 

Navy appropriation bill 1296, 1479, 2432, 2622. 

Post-Office appropriation bill: pneumatic-tube system 920, 

1640. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill: Government Printing 

Office 2096. 
Ticket brokerage: Inll to prohibit 928. 
Washington Public Library: bill to provide site for building 

for 1053. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Admiral of Navy: to create office of (see bill S. 5352) 1016. 
Brooks. Jonathan: to appoint assistant paymaster in Navy 

(see S. R. 220) 637. 
Crawford, Eliza R: for relief (see bill S. 5145) 493. 
District of Columbia: to extend Sherman avenue in (see bill 

S. 5177) 561. 
HiU, Charles S: for relief (see S. R. 250) 2086. 
Maxim, Hudson, and W. H. Graham: for relief (see bill S. 

4S77) 20. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Battle ships and cruisers: inquiry relative to estimated cost 

of 177. 
Breech-loading mechanism: inquiry i-elative to royalties 

paid for use of 176. 
Executive session: for 505, 914, 2843. 
Naval Academy: inquiry relative to statistics of 1016. 
Navy: inquiry relative to use of pneumatic system on battle 
shijps in 20. 

inquiry relative to pay of 1154. 

inquiry relative to officers in temporary service dur- 
ing war with Spain 1342. 



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Chandler— Contintied. 
Mot/'ona and re$o/ution8 offered bf 

inqniry relative to redaction in number of officers in 

1876. 
Navy and Marine Corps: to reconsider vote on bill to reor- 

g^ize personnel 2084. 
Philippine Islands: to refer to committee joint resolution 

for independence of 1242. 
Rules of House: for amendment relative to reference of 
appropriation bills 859. 
Petitions and papere preeented by, from 

Grover, Lafayette: for relief 2088. 

New Hampsmre Societies: for certain legislation 1878. 

Pneumatic Gun Carriage and Power Company, and others: 
in favor of pneumatic system on war smps 20. 

United States, citizens of: for presentsystemof ticket brok- 
erage 2088. 
Bemarka by, on 

Acquisition of territory 1156, 1157. 

Admissions to Naval Academy 782, 788. 

Alaska criminal laws 2885, 2818. 

Appropriation bills 2858, 2859. 

Armor plate 2624, 2627, 2629, 2680, 2724, 2725, 2788,2784, 2846, 
2847, 2348, 2849, 2850, 2851, 2865, 2866. 

Brooke, John R: relief of 2267, 2268. 

Bureau of Yards and Docks 1746. 

Census 1788. 

Court of Claims auditors 1747. 

Dinglev, Nelson: death of 2648. 

Extension of laws to Hawaii 2780. 

Fast mail service 1926, 1928, 1988, 1984. 

Fortification appropriation biU 2720, 2728, 2724, 2725, 2728. 

Gathmann torpedo gun 2728, 2724. 

Gosport navy-yard land 21. 

Incidental subjects 176, 928. 

Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 1650, 
1651. 

Mcintosh, Horace P: relief of 2540. 

Muster out of volunteers 218. 

National White Cross Society 2695. 

Navy and Marine Corps promotions 981, 1641. 

Navy appropriation bill 2621, 2805. 

conference report on 2844, 2845, 2846. 

Navy personnel bill 1971, 1972, 1978, 1974, 1981, 1982. 

Nicaragua Canal 794, 795, 798. 

Pacific cable 2782. 

Pensions to Confederate soldiers 1079, 1080. 

Philippine Islands: resolutions relative to 1242, 1248, 1848, 
1731, 1782. 1788, 1784, 1736. 

Pneumatic-tube system 2045, 2046, 2047. 

Postal commission 1935, 1936, 2057 (Appendix 181). 

Post-Offlce appropriation bill 2052, 2058, 2090. 2094, 2095, 2096. 

Railroad mail pay (Appendix 176, 177, 181, 182). 

Reference of appropriation bills 859. 

Simpkins, John: death of 2060. 

Ticket brokerage 918, 914, 928, 1495, 1890, 1891. 

Washington Public Library 1676, 1938. 

Wilson Park purchase 2547, 2548. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Naval Affairs 

Anderson, Louis J. (S. R. 251) 2126. 

Appointment of acting naval cadets (Report 1762) 2126. 

Barkley, Richard Warren (Report 1758) 2126. 

Bootes, J. T. (Report 1756) 2126. 

Brooks, Jonatnan (Report 1761) 2126. 

Brown, Philip 8. (Report 1787) 2265. 

Buford, M. B. (Report 1765) 2127. 

Carpenter, Henry W. (S. R. 249) 2126. 

Casswell, W. B. (Report 1752) 2126. 

Diegnan, Osborne W. (S. R. 227) 1882. 

Dunlap, Robert H. (S. R. 258) 2608. 

Extra pay to Navy (amendment) 2692. 

Gignilliat, Thomas H. (Report 1754) 2126. 

Hatch, Charles S. (Report 1775) 2207, 

Hazeltine, Charles W. (Report 1757) 2126. 

Hill, Charles S. (S. R. 250) 2126. 

Lee, Harry (Report 1796) 2358. 

McCreary, Wirt (Report 1758) 2126. 

Mather, Gteorge H. (Report 1764) 2126. 

Middleton, George Izard (Report 1760) 2126. 

Navy and Marine Corps oflQcers (bill S. 5006) 526, 829. 

Navy temporary force (bill S. 5363) 1296. 

Patterson, S. A. W. (Report 1755) 2126. 

Perkins Lyman B. (S. R. 259) 2692. 

Sharpe, George C. (S. R. 256) 2358. 



Chandler— Continued . 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Narxd Affairs 
West, B. E. (Report 1759) : 
Wright, B. K. (Report 1763) 2126. 
Wynne, Robert P. (8. R. 248) 2126. 
Committee on Privileges and Elections 
Bowden, Martha E., and Zenobia Porter (amendment) 2481. 
Election of Senators (bill S. 1753) 600. 
Grover, Lafayette (amendment) 2431. 
Hanna, Marcos A. (Report 1859) 2558. 
Committee on Rules v 
Rules of Senate: Resolution for amendment relative to refer- 
ence of appropriation bills 527. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Ohanler, Margaret A. 

Joint resolution tendering thanks of Congress and author- 
izing presentation of medal to (see H. Res. 848). 

Ohanler, Margaret L, 

Letter of Secretary of War transmitting communication 
relative to hospitel work in Porto Rico performed by (S. 
Doo.54)526,558. 

Chapman, Charles W, 

Papers referred in House 1200. 
Chapman, Clarence L, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11876). 
Chapman, Lydia 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 4967). 
Chapman, Maggie D, 

Bill to pension (see biU H. R. 11951). 

Papei*s referred in House 1872. 

Charleston, South Carolina 

Bill to establish branch home for disabled volunteers at 
Castle Pinckney in harbor at (see bill S. 5487). 

Joint resolutions to loan tents, cots, and mattresses for use 
at reunion of United Confederate Veterans at (see S. R. 
254, 260; H. Res. 878). 

Concurrent resolution in House for examination of water- 
ways between Alligator Creek and harbor at (House Con. 
Res. No. 56) referred 358. 

Amendment in Senate relative to fortification of 1152. 

Memorial of board of health for commission and appropria- 
tion to investigate cause and prevention of yellow lever 
91,246. 

Report of Secretary of War on survey of harbor at (H. R. 
Doc. 83) 268. 

Charlton, EUen 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 4446). 
Charlton, Henry 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11989). 

Chattahoochee River 

Letter of Secretary of War transmitting x)etition for con- 
tinuance of allotment of rations to citizens residing along 
(H. R. Doc. 217) 1725. 

Chauncey, Cecelia B. 

BUI for relief see bill (H. R. 11168). 

Cheney, Cordelia 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 5153). 

Cherokees. See Indians. 

Chesapeake Bay 

Bill for light vessel off Tail of Horse Shoe in (see bill H. R. 

5019). 
Bill for light-house and fog signal at Point No Point in (see 

billH. R. 11531). 
Letter of Secretary of Navy transmitting report of Naval 

board relative to construction of dry dock in (H. R. Doc. 

46) 18, 27. 

Chesapeake and Delaware Canal 

Concurrent resolution of inquiry in Senate relative to cost 
of acquiring, referred 1152, 2040. 

Chesapeake Trader (schooner) 

Bill for relief of owners (see bill H. R. 11888). 



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Oheyenne, Wyoming 

Bill for inonninent to certain deceased soldiers of Second 
United States Volunteer Cavalry at (see bill H. B. 11256). 

Amendment in Senate for increase of appropriation for pub- 
lic boilding at 2208, 2358. 

Estimate of additional appropriation for pabUc bnilding at 
(H. R. Doc. 1«8) 880. 

Cheyenne County, Nebraska 

Bill for resurvey of certain lands in (see bill H. R. 8789). 
Chicago, Illinois 

Bill for relief of persons who sustained damage bv explo- 
sion of ammunition chest July 16, 1894, at (see bill H. R. 
8920). 

Estimate of appropriation for extension of temporary post- 
office building at (H. R. Doa 185) 558. 

Estimate of appropriation for rental of quarters for intemal- 
revenue semce at (3. Doc. 145) 2425. 

Chicago, Sioux Falls and Pacific Bailway Company 

Bills to idlow them to bridge Missouri River (see bills S. 
5004; H. R. 11180). 

Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park 

Bill to establish military post in or near (see bill H. R. 11884). 
Chickasaw Nation. See Indian Tebbitort. 
Chickasaws. See Indians. 

Chickerihg, Charles A. (a Bepresentative from New York) 
Bills and Joint resoiulfons introduced b/ 

Sterling, Adolphus: for relief (see bill H. R. 12129) 2036. 
Petitions andpofters presented by, from 

Adams, N. Y., Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary 
Society: against seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 



New York, citizens of: for certain leffislation 1871, 1523. 
New York churches and societies: for certain legislation 
1293, 1871, 1687. 
¥otes of. See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 
Chief Examiner of Pine Lands 

Amendment in Senate relative to payment of expenses of 
287. *- *-- 

Chief of Weather Bureau 

Annual report (H. R. Doc. 270) {omitted in Becord). 
Childers, Catherine 

Bill to pension (see bUl S. 8705). 
Childs, Frances E. 

Bills for relief (see bills S. 5570; H. R. 12157). 
Chill, Thomas M, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 4598). 
Chillicothe, Ohio 

BiU to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 12059). 
Chilton, Horace (a Senator from Texas) 
Attended 1. 

Appointed conferee 2586. 
Appointed on committee 1889. 
Appointed on funeral committee 2788. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Maritime Canal Company of Nicaragua: bill to incorporate 

848. 
Oklahoma Territory: bill to ratify agreement with Indians 

in 466. 
States: bill to reimburse for war expenses 1750. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Barksdale, Ida: to pension (see bill S. 4978) 186. 

Courts of United States: to amend act relative to fees of 

commissioners (see bill S. 4979) 136. 
Denison, Bonham and New Orleans Railway Company: to 
amend act granting right of way to (see bul S. 5514) 1919. 
Hodge, Little Berry: to increase pension (see bill S. 5114) 

402. 
Portwood, Dudley: to increase pension (see bill S. 5142) 466. 
Trusts: to prohibit transportation of articles manufactured 
by (see biU S. 5522) 1969. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Cranford, John W: on death of 2787. 

to allow printing of eulogies on 2814. 

Spain: for list of claims against 2586. 



Chilton— Continued. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Texas, citizens of: against territorial expansion 526. 

citizens of Bly: for postal-savings banks 1150. 

citizens of Glen Rose: for temperance legislation 1060. 

lumber companies of Orange County: for placing 

express companies under jurisdiction of Interstate 
Commerce Commission 400. 
Bemarirs by, on 

Acquisition of territory 1445-1450, 

Army reorganization 2376, 2454, 2455. 

Cranford, John W: death of (Appendix 259). 

Cuban franchises 2811. 

Denison, Bonham and New Orleans Railway 2233. 

District of Columbia taxes 2563, 2564, 2565, 2566, 2567, 2568. 

Incidental subjects 678. 

Indian appropriation bill 650, 651. 

Moore, William: relief of 2542. 

Navy personnel bill 1974, 1982. 

Nicaragua Canal 108, 687, 689, 691, 692, 695, 697, 744, 746, 
747, 748, 752, 755, 795, 796, 847, 848, 2287, 2291 (Appendix 
51. 58, 59. 62). 

Philippine Islands 1836, 1837. 

Public building bills 2854. 

River and harbor appropriation bill: conference report on 



State expenses for volunteers 1750. 

Texas courts 2887. 

Ticket brokerage 914. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Finance 

Dickel, QeoTge A.. & CJo. (bill H. R. 8425) 2128. 

McGraw, Homer D. (bill H. R. 4790) 2535. 
Committee on the Judiciary 

Batesville, Ark., courts (bill S. 5319) 1236. 

Laredo, Tex., courts (bill H. R. 5497) 2432. 

Texas courts (bill H. R. 11495) 2085. 

Texas judicial districts (bill H. R. 9955) 919. 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Chilton, William 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. R. 11761). 
China 

Bills to contract with Pacific Cable Ck>mpany of New York 
for transmission of electricid messages to (see bills S. 5131 ; 
H. R. 8961). 
, Joint resolution of inquiry relative to alleged outrages com- 
mitted upon American citizens in (see H. Res. 298). 
, Concurrent resolution in House requesting President to re- 
turn House joint resolution No. 298 relative to American 
citizens in. passed 1416, 1488. 
/Resolution of inquiry in House relative to allefir^d outrages 
committed upon American citizens in, passed 1452. 
Amendment in Senate to bill (S. 3057) to contract with 
Pacific Cable Company of New York for transmission of 
electrical messages to 359. 
Message of President returning to House of Representa- 
tives House joint resolution IsTo. 298 relative to American 
citizens in (H. R. Doc. 206) 1453. 
Message of President relative to outrages committed upon 
American citizens in (H. R. Doc. 227) 1828. 

Chinese Immigration 

. Bill to amend act prohibiting (see bill H. R. 10829). 
Bill to repeal certain acts relative to (see bill H. R. 12150). 

Chippewa Reservation. See Indians. 

Chippewas. See Indians. 

Choate, Steplien P, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 4906). 

Choctaw and Memphis Railroad Company 

Bills to allow them to bridge Arkansas River (see bills S. 
4891; H.R. 11189). 

Choctaw Nation. See Indian Tbbbitoby. 

Choctaw, Oklahoma and Oulf Railroad Company 

Bills to grant right of way through Indian reservations 
(see bills S. 538>5; H. R. 11862). 

Choctaw Reservation. See Indians. 

Choctaws. See Indians. 



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Chouteau, Charles P, 

Bill for relief (see bUl S. 5591). 

Resolution in Senate to refer claim to Court of Claims, 
passed 2692. 

Christopher, Mary B, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 4916) . 
Christy, WiUiam R. 

Bill to increase pension (See bill H. R. 2122). 
Church, Z. C. 

Bill for relief (see biU H. R. 8806) . 
Churchill, Charles E, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11043). 
Churchill, William 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 5118). 
Churchward, Annie M, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11198). 
Cienfuegos (steamship) 

Bill to grant American register (see bill H. R. 11802). 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for office of assist- 
ant treasurer at 1641. 

Circuit Courts. See Courts op United States. 

Circuit Courts of AppeaL See Coubts of United States, 

Citizens' Bank of Stuart, Nebraska 

Bill for relief (see biU S. 4822). 
City and Suburban Railway Company 

Bills to amend charter (see bills S. 4944, 5025; H. R. 11058, 
11251). 

Joint resolutioDs for relocation of certain tracks of (see 
S. R. 189; H. Res. 826). 

Annual report of (S. Doa 80) 1149, 1199. 

Civil Constitution of Nicaragua 

Copy of (S. Doc. 59) 561. 
Civil Service 

Bill giving preference to soldiers and sailors in appoint- 
ments under (see bill S. 8256). 

Joint resolution giving preference to soldiers and sailors of 
war with Spain in appointments in Hzecutive Depart- 
ments (sees. R. 282). 

Resolution in House favoring preference to soldiers of war 
with Spain in appointments under (House Res. No. 871) 
referred 728. 

Amendment in Senate giving preference to soldiers and 
sailors of war with Spain m appointments to Executive 
. Departments 885. 

Debate in House on 452-468, 479-482, 505. 

daibome County, Mississippi 

Bills to attach to western division of southern judicial dis- 
trict of Mississippi (see bills S. 6450; H. R. 11999). 

Claims. See also Indian Depredation Claims; Private Land 

Claims. 
Bill to amend act for adjudication of claims against District 

of Columbia (see bill S. 1841). 
Bill relative to pavment of claims for material and labor 

furnished for District of Columbia buildings (see bill 

S. 4159). 
Bills to prevent abatement of suits against United States 

for (see bills S. 5259, 5888). 
Bills making appropriations to pay specified war claims (see 

bills H. R. 1959, 4936, 12080). 
Bills to pay claims for expenses incurred in returning to 

their homes for burial remains of deceased officers and 

men of Army and Navy (see bills H. R. 10998, 12084). 
Bill to dispense with proof of loyalty in claims for pension 

(see bill H. R. 11376). 
Reisolution of inquiry in Senate relative to allowed, passed 



Resolution of inquiry in Senate relative to judgments of 
courts of United States in, passed 2859. 

Resolution of inquiry in Senate relative to claims of Amer- 
ican citizens against Spain, passed 2586. 

Resolution in Senate to print additional copies of act mak- 
^Z appropriations to payspecified war clamis, passed 2820. 

Amendment in Senate relative to contracts for services for 
prosecution of claims against United States or Indians 
498, 599. 



Claims— Continued. 

Amendment in Senate relative to claims of settlers on for- 
mer Great Sioux Indian Reservation 1780. 

Amendment in Senate to pay claims for refund .of internal- 
revenue tax illegally collected on certain circulating notes 
in Utah 8608. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for payment of 
claims of States arising out of war of rebellion 2609. 

Amendment in Senate to pay certun persons for indexing 
private claims introduced in Fifty-second, Fifty-third, 
Fifty-fourth, and Fifty-fifth Congregees 2608. 

Amendments in Senate for appropriations to x>ay claims of 
sundry insurance companies 2608, 2609. 

Amendment in Senate to pay claims for refund of internal- 
revenue tax. illegally collected from owners of private 
dies 2608. 

Amendment in Senate to pay claims for expenses incurred 
in returning to their homes for burial r^nains of deceased 
officers and men of Army, Navy, and Marine Corps 2696. 

Conference report on bill (H. R. 4986) making appropria- 
tions to pay specified war claims 2646. 

Message ot President transmitting report relative to claims 
of citizens of United States against Spaiiv(S. Doc. 168) 
2818. 

Letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting schedule of 
allowed (S. Docs. 149, 155; H. R. Doc. 191 ) 1887, 2582, 2606. 

Letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting list of judg- 
ments of Court of Claims in (S. Doc. 158; S. R. Doc. 197) 
1870, 2606. 

Letter of Secretary of Wair transmitting letter of State 
claims commission relative to claims for stores and sup- 
plies furnished during war vrith Spain (H. R. Doa 111) 
897, 898. 

Report of Ck>mmittee on Foreip:n Relations in Senate rela- 
tive to status of claims of citizens of United States against 
Spain (S. Report 1467) 403, 561, 602. 

Report of Ck>urt of Claims on cases of disloyal claimants 
(H. R. Doc. 86) 268. 

Clardy, John D, (a Representative from Kentucky) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduce kr 

Baldwin, Andrew J: to increase penm<m (see bill H. R. 
11607) 680. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Baldwin, Andrew J: for increase of pension 779. 
Daughters of American Revolution: for woman's nursing 

service bill 2689. 
Helm, Benjamin A: for relief ^122. 
Kentucky, citizens of Henderson: relative to pay of letter 

carriers 2208, 
Madisonville, Ky., Meihodist Episcopal CSiurch South: for 

certain legislation 779. 
Short, William A: for relief 2689. 
Stephens, Marion: for relief 2772. 
Vancleve, A. B: for relief 2772. 
Wilkins, J. W: for relief of estate 2689. 
Young, Cilharles C: for relief of administrator 2772. 

Remarks by, on 

Agricultural appropriation bill 848, 850. 

B^ Three Railroad Company 1690, 1691. 

Fast mail service 2598. 

Foster, Cassius G: relief of 410, 411. 

Hahnemann, Samuel: monument to 2884. 

Mason, T. R: relief of 2740. 

Military Academy api)ropriatlon bill 1457. 

Post-Omce appropriation bill 816. 

Railroad right of way 1755. 

Redstone, Albert E: relief of 877. 

Reports made by, from 
Committee on Claims 

Bird, William M., and others (Report 1897) 1441. 

Mullan, Virginia T. (Report 2110) 1879. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Clark, C. Frank 

Bill to amend military record (see bill H. R. 12050)t 

Clark, Champ (a Representative from, Missouri) 
Attended 14. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Post-Office appropriation bill 828. 



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Clark>-Continned. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Indian Territory: for relief of certain Indians in (see bill 

H. B. 12039) 1687. 
Hilroy, Jeremiah: to pension (see bill H. B. 12204) 2605. 
Myers, Martha A: to pension (see bill H. B. 12090) 1778. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Missouri, citizens of Cnba: against seating B. H. Boberts 
as Bepresentative 2605. 

Missouri legislature: for loan of ordnance 2530. 

Yandalia, Mo., Epworth League: against seating B. H« Bob- 
erts as Bepresentative 2605. 
Remarks by, on 

Army appropriation bill (Appendix 145), 

Army expenditures 1802. 

Army reorganization (Appendix 145). 

Benton and Blair statues' 1464. 

Post-Office appropriation bill 828, 

War claims 2657. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes, 

Clark, Charles E. 

Memorial of legislature of Vermont for recognition by Na- 
tional Government of services of 18. 

Clark, Clarence D. (a Senator f rem Wyoming) 
Attended 90. 
Credentials presented 1339. 

Mmendments offered by, to 

Deficiency appropriation bill: employees in (teieral Land 
Office 2696, 2798. 

examiners of surveys 2696. 

Sundry civil appropriation bill 2571. 
Remarks by, on 

Evanston, Wyo: public building 2671. 
(General Land Office employees 2798. 
Irrigation reservoirs 2269, 2272. 
Public building bills 2784, 2856, 2857. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Foreign Relations 
Arndt, Christian (bill S. 5208) 2814. 
/otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Clark, Eixt 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5263). 
Clark, O. W., & Son 

BUI for relief (see bill H. B, 11745). 
Clark, John A, 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 11483). 

Clark, Robert M, 

Bill for relief of estate (see bill H. B. 11843). 
Beport of Court of Claims on claim of estate of (H. B. Doc. 
116) 397. 

Clark, Samuel M, (a Representative from lonoa) 

Attended 1. 

Leave of absence granted to 2902. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Alvis, Henry J: to pension (see bill H. B. 11099) 133. 

James, Marcia J: to pension (see bill H. B. 11747) 953. 

Parrott, Henrietta B: to pension (see bill H. B. 11499) 535. 

Polygamists: to make ineligible as Senators or Bepresenta- 
tives (see bill H. B. 10735) 953. 

Postage: relating to (see bill H. B. 11718) 881. 

Spain: relating to cannon and ordnance captured in war 
with (see bill H. B. 11083) 826. 

Tryon, Lydia A: to pension (see bill H. B. 11500) 525. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Iowa churches: for temperance legislation 954. 
Iowa State board of health: relative to collection of vital 
statistics 2937. 
Remarks by, on 

Pension laws 1266. 
Bacey, Samuel: relief of 1392. 
fotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Clark, William A. (a Senator elect from Montana) 
Credentials presented 1918. 



Clarke, Frank O, (a Representative from New Hampshire) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed on funeral committee 679. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Cooper, Solon: to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11827) 356. 
Timby, Theodore B: for relief (see H. Bes. 833) 680. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Eeene, N. H., Ashuelot Congregational Club: against ad- 
mission of Brigham H. Roberts as Bepresentative 491. 

Littleton, N. H., Young People's Christian Endeavor: for 
temperance legislation 2122. 

New Hampshire, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1293. 

postmasters of Grafton County: for increase of com- 
pensation 2425. 

New Hampshire Baptist Convention: relative to divorce 
laws 954. 

New Hampshire churches and societies: for certain legisla- 
tion 1338, 1475, 1590, 1637, 1672, 2689, 2937. 

New Hampshire Woman's Christian Temperance unions: 
for certain legislation 1964, 2425. 

Remarks by, on 

Dingley, Nelson: death of 1773. 

Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Clarkson, Nicholas 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 11674). 

day, Alexander S. (a Senator from Georgia) 
Attended 1. 

Appointed on 0>mmittee on Centennial Celebration in City 
of Washington 284. 

Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Atlanta, Ga: to improve public building at (see bill S. 4939) 

55. 
Brunswick, Ght., to erect public building at (see bill S. 

5577) 2265. 
Leesburg— steamer: for relief of owners (see bill S. 5268) 732. 
Savannah Biver: to improve navigation of (see biU S. 4940} 

55. 
War expenditures: to repeal parts of act to provide ways and 

means to meet (see bills S. 4886, 4887, 4888, 4889) 20. 
West, E. £: to appoint in Navy (see S. B. 207) 402. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Georgia, citizens of: for present system of ticket brokerage 

2607. 

Remarks by, oa 

Acquisition of territory 968, 1484. 

Brunswick, Ga., public building 2560. 

Eggleston, J. B: relief of 602. 

Fast mail service 1928. 

Nicaragua Canal 110, 179, 180, 742, 743 (Appendix 61). 

West, Ernest £: appointment of 2539. 

Reports made by, from 

Committee on Claims 
Eggleston, J. B. (Bepoet 1466) 660. 

Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Clayton, Henry D. (a Representative from Alabama) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed on funeral committee 2529. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Blackshear. David: to pension (see bill H. B. 11913) 1293. 

Jewett, W. W: to pension (see bill H. B. 11914) 1293. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Alabama, citizens of Hurtsboro: relative to Interstate Com* 
merce Commission 1916. 

Remarks by, on 

Indemnity to Spain 2117. 

McGraw, Homer D: relief of 1656, 1657. 

Post-Office appropriation bill 808, 809. 

Ship subsidy 2006. 
Votes of. See Yea-ani>-Nay Votes. 

Clayton-Bulwer Treaty 

Besolution in Senate favoring modification of 55. 
Clearwater Short Line Railway Company 

Bills to grant right of way through former Nez Perce In- 
dian Beservation in Idaho (see bUls S. 5266, 5427). 



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Clearwater Valley Bailroad Company 

Bill to grant right of way throngh Nez Perce Indian lands 
in Idaho (see bill S. 5265). 

Clemens, Annie M, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 2550). 

Clerk of House 

Letter relative to additional space required for files of 

House (H. R. Doc. 170) 952. 
Report on employees, exxienditures of contingent fund, and 

stationery account (H. R. Doc. 18) 15. 

Cleveland, B. N, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 12167), 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill S. 1056). 

(Concurrent resolution of inquiry in House relative to im- 
provement of harbor at (House Con. Res. No. 51), passed 
269, 284, 354, 860. 363. 

Estimates of appropriation for dredging harbor at (H. R. 
Doc. 156) 778. 

Clinton, Iowa 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 11965). 
Clothing Accounts. See War with Spain. 
Clouston, James M, 

BiU for relief (see bill H. R. 12133). 
Coaling Stations. See Navy. 

Coast Batteries. See Ordnance and Fortipicatioiib. 
Coast and Geodetic Survey 

Annual report of (S. Doc. 48) 399. 

Annual report of expenditures in (H. R. Doc. 215) 1671. 

Coasting Trade. See Commerce and Nayiqation. 
CodXeBy Robert 

Resolution in House to continue employment of, passed 2885. 

Cobb, J. <fe O. P., <fc Co. 

Resolution in House to refer claim to Court of Claims, passed 
1504. 

Cobb, Mary F, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 6328). 
Cobia, Theodore W. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 6645). 
Cochran, Charles F, (a Representative from Missouri) 
demarks by, on 

Alaska criminal laws 419. 
Labor legislation 419. 

Philippine Islands 1176, 1177, 1178, 1827, 1828, 2404, 2406 (Ap- 
pendix 138, 217, 255). 
VotQs of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Cochran, M. A, 

Bill to place on retired list of Army (see bill H. R. 11001). 
Cochrane, Aaron V. S. (a Representative from New York) 
Attended 14. 
Bii/s and joint reso/uttons introduced b/ 

Heimstreot, Rebecca A: to pension (see bill H. R. 11695) 
826. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Lansingburg, N. Y. , Woman's Christian Temperance Union: 

for temperance legislation 464. 
Troy, N. Y., Christian Endeavor Society: against seating 

B. H. Roberts as Representative 1413. 
Troy, N. Y., Woodside Presbyterian Church: against sale 
of liquor in Government buildings 28. 
notes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Cockey, William P. 

BiU for relief (see bill S. 5454). 
Cockley, Cecelia 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11385). 
Cockrell, Francis M. (a Senator from Missouri) 
^^ttended 1 

Appointed conferee 287, 602, 1678, 2708, 2831, 2830. 
Appointed on committee to wait on President 2. 
Appointed on funeral committee 2788. 



Cockrell— Continued. 

Credentials presented 1727. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army: bill to reorganize 2086, 2446, 2447, 2452, 2458. 
Deficiency appropriation bill: warrants issued by Cherokee 

Nation 2696. 
payment to Western Cherokee Indians 2801. 

Biifs and joint resoiutions introduced by 

Arkansas and Choctaw Railway: granting right of way to 

(see bill S. 5045) 286. 

to extend time for completion of (see bill S. 5046) 287. 

Chouteau, Charles P: for relief (see bill S. 5591) 2535. 
Connor, Michael: to pension (see bill S. 5367) 1061. 
Hazeltine, Charles W: for relief (see S. R. 201) 137. 
Hazlett, Hiram K: for relief (see bill S. 5187) 601. 
Indian Territory: to extend laws of Arkansas relating to 

corporations to (see bill S. 5291) 829. 
Kelly, Jane G: to pension (see bill S. 4903) 29. 
Missouri River: to allow bridge across at Lexington (see 

bill S. 5047) 287. 
to extend time for construction of bridge across (see 

bill S. 5224) 637. 
Patton, Montgomery: for relief (see bill S. 5226) 637. 
Porch, Emma A: to pension (see bill S. 5288) 782. 
Reyling, Angeline: to pension (see bill S. 4902) 29. 
Sanders, J. H: for relief (see bill S. 5188) 601. 
Volunteers: for discharge of those in war with Spain (see 
bill S. 5516) 1922. 

Motions and resoiutions offered by 

Army: to print bills to reorganize 1982. 

inquiry relative to cost of 2086. 

Convention of Instructors of the Deaf: to print report of 
2086. 

Old Settler Cherokees: inauiry relative to claim of 1016. 

Porch, Emma A: to withdraw her pai>ers 1788. 

Stanton, Thaddeus H: to reconsider vote on bill tot promo- 
tion of 605. 

Vice-President: tendering thanks of Senate to 2869. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Kansas City, Mo., Board of Trade: for certain legislation 

135, 1675, 1729. 
Kansas Cit^, Kans. , boiler makers and iron shipbuilders: for 

labor legislation 2357. 
Kansas City, Mo., (Ik>mmercial Club: for certain legislation 

135, 323, 1593. 
Kansas City, Mo., Methodist Episcopal Church: for temx>er- 

ance legislation 135. 
Kirksville, Mo., Commercial Club: for certain legislation 

1593. 
Missouri, citizens of: against sale of liquor in Government 
buildings 19, 1^5. 

for improvement of Missouri River 1015, 1374. 

for present system of ticket brokerage 1729. 

for temperance legislation 1780. 

citizens of Magnet: for temperance legislation 1503. 

Missouri legislature: for erection of bridge 2427. 

New York, citizens of Auburn: for temperance legislation 

1593. 
Porch, Emma A: for pension 782. 
St. Joseph, Mo. , Cigar Makers* International Union : against 

territorial expansion 1729. 
St. Louis, Mo., Board of Education: for improvement of 

river bank 1015. 
St. Louis, Mo., Business Men's League: for fair at St. Louis 

in 1903, 1593. 
St. Louis, Mo., Core Makers' International Union: for labor 

legislation 2357. 
St. Louis, Mo., Lucas Avenue Cumberland Presbyterian 

Church: for certain legislation 1476. 
St. Louis, Mo., Manufacturers' Association: to increase 

American shipping 2357. 
St. Louis, Mo., Merchants' Exchange: for certain legisla- 
tion 136, 1015. 
St. Louis, Mo., Ministers' Evangelical Alliance: against sec- 
tarian appropriations 1729. 
St. Louis, Mo., Traffic Bureau: for legislation providing 

additional quarantine powers 2357. 
St. Louis, Mo., Woman's Christian Temperance Union: to 

protect anticigarette laws 1340. 
Washington, D. C, engineers of departmental buildings: 

for certain legislation 400. 
Webster Groves, Mo., Woman's Christian Temperance 

Union: for certain legislation 1340. 
Wheeler, H. A: for certain l^g^ation 2357. 



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Cockrell— Continued. 
RemcLrka by, on 

Administration of military justice 1018. 

Alaska criminal laws 2699. 

Altoona, Pa: pnblic building 1688, 1789. 

Arizona interpreters 1682. 

Arkansas and Choctaw Railway Company 685. 

Army appropriation bill 2446, 2447, 2448, 2449, 2450, 2452, 

2453, 2454. 
Army reorganization 1921, 1922, 2134, 2137, 2142, 2143, 2370, 

2371. 
BoonviUe, Mo., bridge 1018. 
Canlfield, Mary A: pension to 58. 
Census 1788. 

Cincinnati, Ohio, snbtreasury 1679, 1680, 1681. 
Confederate cemeteries 2672. 
Congressional Record distribution 684, 685. 
Court of Claims auditors 1747. 
Deficiency appropriation bill 2797. 
Department of Justice building 1017. 
Dingley, Nelson: death of 2640. 
Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill 1208. 
Fast mail service 1929. 
Incidental subjects 20, 21 , 24, 405, 1529. 
Irrigation investigations 1792. 
Kettle River Valley Railway Company 141. 
Kinf^, Ann: pension to 167, 168. 
Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 1748, 

1749. 
Lexington, Mo., bridge 917. 
McQee, Joseph H: pension to 1794. 
Missouri and Kansas Telephone Company 1238. 
Moses, W. B: relief of administrators 60, 61. 
Muster out of volunteers 209, 210, 211. 
Navy nersonnel bill 1970, 1971, 1982. 
New York custom-house building 2569. 
Order of business 1939. 

Pension appropriation bill 1072, 1073, 1157, 1160. 
Post-Office clerks', pay 142. 
Roderick, Mary L: pension to 1213. 
Stack, Ellen: pension to 57. 
State exx)enses for volunteers 1750, 1751. 
Steele, Mary L: pension to 1794. 
Supervising Architect*B office 1643, 1644, 1647. 
Supreme Court building 139, 140. 
Temporary clerks 1684. 
Washington Public Library 1676. 

Reports made by, from 

Committee on Military Affairs 

Briot, Francis A. E. (Repobt 1579) 1341, 

Britton, William (Report 1659) 1882. 

Castle, W. H. (Repobt 1865) 2608. 

Dinsbeer, John (Repobt 1863) 2607. 

Dodge, Gardner (Report 1660) 1882. 

Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry (Report 1542) 1061. 

Henderson, John P. (Report 1864) 2608. 

Holmes, Prentice (bill S. 3076) 1061. 

Kurfiss, William D. (Report 1428) 206. 

Military justice (biU S. 5019) 635. 

Miller, Louis (Report 1580) 1341. 

Parsons, Edward C. (Report 1468) 599. 

Sherwood, W. H. (bill H. R. 4041) 2777. 

Short, Temple (Report 1429) 206. 
fotee of. See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 

Codding, James H. (a Representative from, Pennsylvania) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Craw, Richard H. L: for relief (see bill H. R. 12097) 1829, 
Gray, Jonas A: to pension (see bill H. R. 12103) 1879. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Athens, Pa., churches: for temperance legislation 1917. 

Canton, Pa., Woman's Christian Temperance Union: for 
temperance legislation 1200. 

Chapman, Charles W: for relief 1200. 

Craw, Richard H. L: for relief 1829. 

East Smithfield, Pa., Grand Army of Republic: for tem- 
perance legislation 2170. 

East Smithfield, Pa., Young Woman's Christian Temperance 
Union: for temperance legislation 2425. 

Gray, Jonas A: for relief 1879. 

Hawley, Pa., United American Mechanics: against sec- 
tarian appropriations 2170. 

Johnson, Oliver G: for relief 321. 



Codding— Continued. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Leroy, Pa., Patrons of Husbandry: to increase American 
shipping 1200. 

Pennsylvania, citizens of Wyalusing: against seating B. H. 
Roberts as Representative 1829. 

postmasters of Bradford County: for increase of com- 
pensation 2170. 

Pennsylvania churches and societies: for temT)erance legis- 
lation 1523. 

against sectarian appropriations 2170. 

Troy, Pa., Grand Army of Republic: relative to civil 
service 1829. 

for temperance legislation 2425. 

Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Coe, E. D. 

Amendment in Senate for relief 637. 
Gofer, Jane {administratrix) 

Report of Court of Claims on claim of (H. R. Doc. 29) 16. 
Coin and Bullion. See Mints and Assay Offices. 

Ck)in Certificates 

Bills to retire gold certificates and restrict issue of silver 
certificates (see bills H. R. 10289, 11411). 

Coinage Act of 1873 

Resolution in House authorizing compilation of parlia- 
mentary history of (House Res. No. 401) referred 1829. 

Coins and Coinage 

Bills for coinage of American product of silver (see bills S. 

5110; H. R. 11691). 
Bill to regulate exchange of coins (see bill H. R. 10289). 
Bill declaring gold dollar to be standard of value (see bill 

XT T> 1fM)f\H) 

BiUs to regulate (see bills H. R. 11411, 11917). 
Memorial of legislature of Idaho for free and unlimited 
coinage of silver 2039, 2355. 

Cole, Jacob 

Papers referred in House 559. 
Coleman, Minnie 

Bill for relief (see biU H. R. 11282). 

College Libraries. See Libraries. 

Collett, Catharine 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11119). 

Collier, Louis 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 12210). 

Collins, Ann 

BUI to pension (see bill H. R. 10328). 

Collins, B.F. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11643). 

Colonial and Industrial Exposition. See San Francisco Ex- 
position (1899). 

Colonial Systems of the World 

Concurrent resolution in Senate to print report on, passed 

2041,2207,2288,2395. 
Concurrent resolution in House to print report on (Houso 

Con. Res. No. 70), referred 1964. 

Colonies. See Acquisition of Territory. 

Colorado 

Joint resolution to print additional copies of House Docu- 
ment 141 , Fifty-fifth Congress, second session, being re- 
port of Secretary of War on examinations of reservoir sites 
in(seeS.R.214). 

Colored People 

Bill to provide home for aged and infirm (see bill S. 2821). 

Colored Soldiers. See War op Rebellion. 

Colson, David O. (a Representative from Kentricky) 

Resolution in House declaring his seat vacant (House Res» 
No. 411), consideration refused 2751. 

Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Columbia, Tennessee 

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Columbia Hospital for Women 

Directors on part of House appointed 1885. 
Columbia Institution for Deaf and Dumb 

Directors on part of House appointed 1335. 
Columbia Bailway Company 

Annual report of (H. B. Doc. 201) 1418, 1441. 
Columbia Biver 

Bill to allow British Columbia, Seattle and Pacific Coast 

Bailway Company to bridge (see bill S. 4549). 
Bill to amend act to allow Or^on and Washington Bridge 

Company to bridge (see bill H. B. 5527). 
Amendment in Senate for appropriation for construction of 

dry dock on 307, 859, 2126. 
Amendment in Senate for appropriation for continuing im- 
provement of 1445. 
Amendment in Senate for appropriation for construction of 

revenue cutter for service on 2208. 
Memorial of legislature of Idaho for improvement of 2088, 
2260. 
Columbia Telephone Company 

Bill to incorporate (see bill H. B. 11788). 
Columbua, Georgia 

Bills to enlarge public building at (see biUs S. 5558; H. B. 
1079). 

Colville Beservation. See Indians. 
Colvin, Royal 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11856). 
Comanches. See Indians. 
Comer, Rachel J, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 5054). 

Commerce and Navigation. See also Foreign Naviqation 

Laws; Intkrstatb Commercb. 
Bill to amend laws relative to American seamen (see bill 

S. 95). 
Bill to amend law relative to sail vessels of over 700 tons 

(see bills. 622). 
Bill for registry of wrecked foreign-built vessels (see bill 

S. 8213). 
Bills to promote commerce (see bills S. 5024, 5590; H. B. 

11812). 
Bills to amend laws relative to obstructions to navigation 

(see bills S. 53ii^5; H. B. 11741). 
Bill to amend law relative to manifests of vessels in coast- 
ing trade (see bill H. B. 11845). 
Bill to allow owners of foreign-built vessels to engage in 

foreign trade of United States (see bill H. R. 11466). 
Concurrent resolution in Senate to negotiate with foreign 

governments for exemption of nonoffending commerce 
uring war from capture or destruction, referred 209. 
(Concurrent resolution in House to negotiate with foreign 

governments for exemption of nonoffending commerce 

during war from capture or destruction (House Con. Bes. 

No. 55), reported back (H. B. Report 1874) 856, 1292. 
Order of Senate to print hearings before Conmiittee on Com- 
merce on bill (S. 5034) to grant subsidies to vessels, passed 

686,884. 
Amendment in Senate to bill (S. 5024) to grant subsidies to 

vessels 402. 
List of merchant vessels (H. R. Doc. 100) (omitted in Record) . 
Memorial of senate of Kansas for liberal appropriations for 

merchant marine 1412, 1474. 
• Memorial of senate of Nebraska for liberal appropriations 

for merchant marine 2122. 
Memorials of David Lubin relative to bill (S. 5024) to grant 

subsidies to vessels (S. Docs. 69, 112) 884, 1674. 
Papers to accompany bill (S. 5024) to grant subsidies to 

vessels (S. Doc. 60) 600. 

Commercial Exposition. See Philadelphia Commercial Ex- 
position. 
Commercial Mutual Insurance Company 

Amendment in Senate to pay claim of 2608. 
Commercial Relations (1898) 

Message of President transmitting reports of consular officers 

relative to 2131, 21G7, 2358. 
Concurrent resolution in House to print (H. R. Doc. 266), 
passed 2888, 2394, 2481. 

Commissary-GeneraL See Armt. 



Commission to Codify Laws of Alaska 

Letter of Attomey-Cieneral iTansuritting report of (H. B. 
Doc. 99) 858, 880. 

Commission to Crow, Flatliead, and other Ti»4iia.Ti^ 

Estimate of deficiency appropriation for (H. E. Doc. 76) 
203. 

Commission to Five Civilized Tribes 

Estimate of appropriation for (H. B. Doc. 75) 165. 
Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries 

Annual report of (H. B. Doc. 231) (omitted in Record). 

Annual report on expenditures for propagaMon of food-fishes 
(H. B. Doc. 40) 18, 27. 

Commissioner of General Land Office 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation i(a emplojrment of 
additional employees in office of 2696. 

Commissioner of Internal Revenue 

Annual report of (H. B. Doc. 11) (omitted in Record). 
Commissioner of Labor 

Annual report on expenditures by (H. B. Doc. 49) 51. 

Beport relative to cost of production in leading mdustries 
(S. Doc. 20) 28. 

Commissioner of Navigation 

Annual report of (H. B. Doc. 14) (omitted in Record), 
Commissioner of Patents. See also Patent Office; Patents. 

Annual report of (a Doc. 104) 1476, 1519. 

Commissioners. See Courts of United States. 

Commissioners of District of Columbia 

Annual report of (H. B. Doc. 7) (omitted in Record). 
Committee of Whole. See House of Befrbsentatives. 

Committee on Accounts (House) 

Authorized to administer oaths to witnesses and to sit dur- 
ing sessions of House 1992. 
Temporary appointment of 2926. 
Reports by 

Additional folders in Hoiue (H. R. RvoBT 1740) 681, 2004. 

Bmmm, H. (H. R. Report 2d6&) 2906. 

Clerks to Members and Delegates (H. R. Rspobt 2B08) 2936. 

Committee on Enrolled Bills (resolution) 14G2. 

Committee on Rivers and Harbors (H. R. Rbpobt 1742) 63L 

Qarber J. H. (H. R. Report 2965) 2006. 

HaU, J. £. (H. R. Report 2865) 2906. 

Harvey, O. A. (resolution) 2906. 

John8<m, Joseph H. (H. R. Report 2866) 097, 2901 

Keith, William (H. R. Report 2884) 2761. 

Mu±s, Samnel (H. R. Report 2886) 270S. 

Messenger for heavy mail wairon (H. R. ^Report 2867) 2306. 

Miller, wistar W., deceased (H. R. Report 2866) 2761. 

Newcomb, 6. D. (resolution) 2804. 

Pay of officers and em^oyees of Senate and House for December 

(H. R. Report 1697) 817. 
Potts, Theron (H. R. Report 2336) 2761. 
Pratt, Ambrose £. (H. R. Report 2386) 2761. 
Stewart, John A., deceased (H. R. Report 2886), Zni. 
Stratton, Asa G JH. R. Report 1741) 631. 
Tedford, H. H. (H. R. Report 2865) 2906. 
Whittleton, Robert J. (resolution) 2830. 

Ck)mmittee on Agriculture (House) 
Reports 6/ 

Agrricultural appropriation bill (H. R. iUiPORT 1605) 810, 820. 

Oommittee on Agriculture and "EGtestry (Senate) 

Resolution to pay stenographer employed by, amended, and 

passed 1238, 1375. 
Order to print hearings before, paseed 2324. 
Reports 6/ 

Adulteration, misbranding, and imitation of foods, beverages, can* 

dies, drugs, and condiments (S. Report 1488) 685. 
Alcohol and alcoholic beverages (S. Reports 1498, 1791) 783, 2265. 

Committee on Appropriations (House) 

Resolution commendatory of services of Joseph D. Sayers 
adopted by 337. 
Reports by 

Deficiency appropriations (H. R. Reports 1661, 1701,^2317) 26, 27, 85L 

880,2598,2604: 
District of Columbia appropriation bill (H. R. Report 1666) 112, 133. 
Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill (H. u. Report 

1717)414,428. 
Ordnance and fortifications appropriations (H. R. Report 2006) 1755, 

2402.2530. 
Pension appropriation bill (H. R. Report 1678) 185, 304. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill (H. R. Report 1940) 1507. 
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Committee on Appropriations (Senate) 

Resolution to allow stenographer, passed 177, 206. 

Reports by 

Agricultnral appropriation bill (S. Report 1601) li78. 

Army appropriation bill (bill H. R. 12106) 372a 

Deficiency appropriations (S. Rbport 1438) 176, 919, 2728. 

Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill (S. Report 1480) 086. 

District of Columbia appropriation bill (S. Report 1442) 430. 

Holiday recess (concurrent resolution) 833. 

Indian appropriation bill (S. Report 146U) 503. 

Legislative, cxecutivo, and judicial appropriation bill (S. Report 

15'J5) 1015. 
Military Academy appropriation bill (S. Report 1638) 1640. 
Naval appropriation bill (S. Report 1854) 2a56. 



Ordnance and fortifications appropriation bill (S. Report 1853) 2550. 
Penaion appropriation bill (S. Report 14^5) 685. 
Pensioning of Confederate veterans (petitions) 884, 1061. 



Post-office appropriation bill (8. Report 1663) 1883. 

Soldiers' and sailors' additional homestead entries (amendment) 3431. 

Sundry civil appropriation bill (S. Report 1796) 2358^ 

Treaty obligations to Spain (bill H. R. 12126) 2608. 

Committee on Banking and Curriency (House) 

Reports by 

Circulation of national banks (H. R. Report 1883) 1370. 
Division of issue and redemption (H. R. Report 2196) 212L 

Committee on Canadian Belations (Senate) 
Appointed 1389. 

Committee on Census (Hoiise) 
Mr. Alexander excused 380. 
Mr. Crumpacker appointed 869, 
Reports by 

Election statistics (H. R. Report 2354) 2938. 
Twelfth Census (H. R. Report 1871) 1353. ^ 

Committee on the Census (Senate) 
Mr. Turpie excused 1598. 
Mr. Turley appointed 1598. 
Mr. White excused 1598. 
Mr. Tillman appointed 1598. 
Mr. Cannon excused 1598. 
Mr. Bawlins appointed 1598. 

Committee on Civil-Service Branches (Senate) 
Mr. Ross appointed 1389. 
Mr. Qallinger excused 1389. 

Committee on Civil-Service Beform (House) 

Mr. Alexander excused 380. 

Reports by 

Preference to soldiers and sailors in appointments in Execntiyo De- 
partments (H. R. Report 2056) 1636. 

Committee on Civil Service and Betrenchment (Senate) 

Mr. Baker appointed 1389. 

Reports by 

Bureau of Engraving and Printing (resolution) 1204. 

Committee on Claims (House) 

Reports by 

I) 137a 



!354. 



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523. 

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2771. 

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Committee on Claims (House)— ConUnued, 

Reports by 

Robinson, Joseph (H. R. Report 2039) 1580. 

Robinson, Mcllonry, executor (H. R. Report 2299) 2354. 

Russey, Charles W. (H. R. Report 1883) 1370. 

Keligman, J. & W., & Co. (H. R. Report U\',i) 51. 

Smithmeyer, John L. (H. R. Report 3i37) 3:.'03. 

Snead Carrington Tobacco Company ( H. R. Report 1878) 1370. 

Stone & Stansell (H. R. Report sm) 3.>J0. 

Swift, Mary A. (H. R. Report 3().J«) 15SU. 

Thom6, Sadie (H. R. Repoiit2331) 3771. 

Thoranson, Joseph H. (H. R. Report 1877) 1370. 

Tobacconists of Lynchburg, Va. (H. R. Report 1878) 1370. 

Trotter, James I. A., and Archer, deceased (H. R. Report 2387) 23C0. 

Tweed, David (H. R. Report 3i)Gl) mvx 

Twiliprht— schooner (H. R. REPortT l?.r.J) 881. 

Union Iron Works (H. R. Reports lt;ii2, 1G03) 27. 

Walsh, Alice (H. R. Report 183.:J) 1099. 

Wobb, Frank A. (H. R. Report 1707) 356. 

Welch, Henry F., and others (H. R. Report 1897) 1411. 

Committee on Claims (Senate) 

Reports by 

Atlantic Mutual Insurance Company (amendment) 2003. 

Austin, W. R., and Co. (amendment) 2693. 

Ayres, Eli (S. Rkport1o99) 1444. 

Bates, John C. (bill S. 4894) 2131. 

Bardan Firearms Manufacturing Company (bill H. R. 321) 1730L 

Eosbyshell, Oliver C. (bill H. R. 581) 580. 

Brent, Samuel J., executor (S. Report 1664) 1883. 

Brooke, John R. (S. Report l(m) 1883. 

Brownell & Co. (bUl H. R. 599) 1883. 



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Committee on Coinagre, Wei|>rhts, and Measures (House) 

Resolution authorizing them to compile parliamentary his- 
tory of coinage act of 1873 (House Res. No. 401), referred 
1839. • 
Reports by 

Standard of value (H. R. Report 1870) 1337. 

Committee on Commerce ( House) 
Reports by 

Barry, Michael F. (H. R. Report 1750) OSO. 

Bridges: Aransas Harbor Terminal Railway Company (H. R. Re- 
port 21J89) 1?.S. 

Boonviilo and Howard (Dounty Bridge Company (H. R. Report 

181)8) l'S>i. 

Chicago. Sioux Falls and Pacific Railway Company (H. R. Re- 
port 1756) 728. 

Choctaw and Memphis Railroad Company (H. R. Report 1702) 

3.>5. 

Dakota Southern Railroad Company (H. R. Report 22Cf» 2U^. 

Georgia and Alabama Railway Company <H. R. Report 172^j) 4tJ3. 

Georgia Pine Railway Company (H. R. Report 2103) 1829. 

Grand Rapids Water Power and Boom Company (H. R. Repout 

2075) 1071. 

Lexington Bridge and Terminal Company (H. R. Repout 1763) 

778. 

Monongahela River at Morgantown, W. Va. (H. R. Report 2055) 



Montgomery, Haynoville and Camden Railroad Company (H. R. 

Reports 2211, 2212) 'dWJ. 

PensacoLi and Northwestern Railroad Company (H. R Report 

2051) un\. 

Rutland-Canadian Railroad Company (H. R. Report 1744) 674. 

St. Louis, Siloara and Southern Railroad Company (H. R. Re- 
port 2052) 1630. 

Wadley and Mount Vernon Railroad Company (H. R Report 

2213) 2109. 

Imperial Japancso Society for Saving Life from Shipwreck (H. B. 
Report 20§3) lt>W. 

Leprosy (H. R. Report 1759) 7^. 

Lights: Cape Elizabeth, Me. (H. R. Report 1701) 355. 



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Ck>inmittee on Commerce (H<mae) ---Conimoed. 

Reports by 

Lights: Norwalk. Conn., harbor (H. R. Rbport 1764) 779. 

Sabine Bank. Tex. (H. B. Rkport 1867) 1238. 

Nicaragna Canal (H. B. Beport2104) 1829. 
Revenne-Cutter Service (H. B. Rbpobt 2100) 1778. 
Telephone line from Trinidad light-houae to Trinidad, CaL (H. R. Re- 
port 2057) 1636. 

Ck>mmittee on Ck)mmerce (Senate) 
Mr. White excused 2844. 
Mr. Turner appointed 2844. 
Resolution to pay stenographer employed by, passed 2087, 

2265. 
Order of Senate to print hearings on bill S. 5024 for use of, 

passed 686, 884. 
Reports by 

Arctic whaling fleet relief expedition (S. Report 1582) 1375. 

Astoria, Oreg. (S. Report 1496) 782. 

Barry, Michael P. (H. Res. 303} 2044. 

Bertholf, Ellsworth P., and others (S. Report 1502) 1375. 

Bridges: Aransas Harbor Terminal Railway Company (bill 8. 5355) 

BoonviUe and Howard County Bridge Company (bill S. 6224) 829. 

Chicago, Sionx FaUs and Paciflc Railway Company (bill 8. 5004) 

Cnioctaw and Memphis Raih>oad Company (bill S. 4891) 140. 

Conecuh River (bill H. R. 9281) 358. 

Dakota Paciflc Bridge Company (bill Q. 4982) 526. 

Dakota Southern Railroad Company (bill S. 5S58) 1639. 

Georgia and Alabama Railway Ck>mpcuiy (bills 8. 4994: H. R. 

11019)528,884. 

Georgia Pine Railway Comi>any (3. Report 1734) 2128. 

Grand Rapids Water Power and Boom Company (bills 8. 5404: 

H. R. 117&) 1882. *^* ' 

Lexington Bridge and Terminal Company (bill 8. 6047) 526. 

Monongahcla River at Morgantown, W. Va. (bill H. R 11677) 

Pensacola and Northwestern Railroad Company (bills 8. 5332: 

H. R. lirdO) 1630, 1883. ' * 

Rutland-Canadian Railroad (Company (bill 8. 5191) 635. 

St. Louis, Siloam and Southern Railroad Comi)any (bill 8. 5126) 

676. 

Tennessee Bridge and Ferry Company (bill H. R. 6428) 526. 

Call, Samuel J., and others (S. Report 1502) 187& 

Camden, Me., harbor (concurrent resolution) 782. 

Cape Pori>oi8e, Maine, harbor (concurrent resolution) 868. 

Cape Smythe Whaling and Trading Company (8. Report 1790) 2265. 

Channel connecting Texas City with Galveston Harbor (8. R. 223) 782. 

Cleveland, Ohio, Harbor (concurrent resolution) 363. 

Conmierce and navigation laws for Hawaiian Islands (bill H. R. 11186) 
1875. 

C;k)nsalar clerk at Paris (amendment) 1060. 

Consulate at Beirut, Syria (amendment) lOOL 

Deep Creek. Va. (concurrent resolution) 363. 

Depot for Sixth light-house district (S. Reports 1541, 1685) 1061, 1968. 

Deputy collector of port of East Pascagoula, Miss, (bill H. R. 11440) 

East Channel, Bay Ridge CJhannel, and Red Hook Channel. New York 

Harbor (8. R. 208; H. Res. 313) 402, 466. 
Etheridge, Joseph W., deceased, (S. Report 1785) 2208. 
Fog signal at Battery, New York (S. Report 1540) 106L 
Imimeaiate transportation of dutiable goods without appraisement 

(bill H. R 10450) 600. 
Imperial Japanese Society for Saving Life from Shipwreck (bill 8. 

5144) 600. 
Investigation of work of C. P. Goodyear on outer bar at Brunswick, 



[chigan 
1051. 



2. 

060. 
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1061. 



Revenue cutter for Paciflc coast (S. Report 1510) 884. 

Rivers and harbors appropriation bill (S. Report 1686) 1969,2058. 

St. Jones River (concurrent resolution) 1060. 

Steam launch for customs service at Astoria, Oreg. (8. Report 1528) 

1060. 
Steam whistle at Michigan City, Ind. (S. Report 1589) 1061. 
Subsidies to vessels (S.Report 1551) 1151,2534. 
Telegraph lines between Glenhaven, Mich., and South Manitou Island, 

Lake Michigan (amendment) 1968. 
Telephone line from Table Bluff to Salmon Oeek, CaL (S. Report 

1^) 1061. 
Tnttle, Francis, and others (6. Report 1502) 1375. 
Wind signal display stations at South Manitou Island (0. Report 1436) 

328. 

Committee on Contingent Expenses (Senate) 

Reports by 

Conm^iittee of arrangements for funeral of Justin S. Morrill (resolu- 
tion) 402. 

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Committee on Contingent Expenses (<9€na^)~Continaed. 

Reports by 

0>mmittee on AgricuHare and Forestry (resolution) 1875. 
Committee on Appropriations (resolution) 206. 
Ck>mmittee on (commerce (resolution) 2265. 
Committee on District of Columbia (resolution) 2820. 
Committee on Education and Labor (resolution) 2788. 
Committee on Finance (resolution) 2605. 
Committee on Foreign Relations (resolution) 2S35. 
Committee on Indian Affairs (resolutions) 1237, 2603. 
(Committee on Manufactures (resolution) 2788. 
Committee on Military Affairs (resolution) 2127. 
Committee on Nicaragua Canal (resolution) 1237. 
Committee on Pensions (resolution) 2635. 
Committee on Territories (resolutions) 1341, 2127. 
Cunningham. H. R. (amendment) 2600. 
Hauf, Mary (resolution) 1015. 

Index to reports of Secretaries of Senate (resolution) 2814. 
Special conunittee to investigate Army and Navy contracts (resolu- 
tion) 166. 
Special committee to visit Cuba and Porto Rico (resolution) 323. 
Washington City post-oiflce building (resolation) 166. 

Committee on Disposition of Useless Pai>er8 in Executive 
Departments (joint) 
Reports by 

Useless papers in Treasury Department (8. Report 1851; H. R. Re- 
port S^) 2409, 2535, 2688. 

Committee on the District of Columbia (House) 
Reports by 

Alleys in District of Columbia (H. R. Report 2062) 1636. 

American Social Science Association (H. R. Report 1730) 507. 

Arrearages of taxes due District of Columbia (H. R. Report 1799) 881. 

Assessment and taxation of land in District of Columbia (H. R. Report 
2301)2424. 

Assessment certiflcates (H. R. Report 1767) 876. 

Buildings in District of (Columbia (H. R. Reports 1704, 1708) 366. 

Capital Railway Coinpany (H. R. Report 1757) 728. 

City and Suburban Railway Company (H. R. Reports 1726, 1800) 524, 
881. 

Claims for material and labor furnished for District of Columbia build- 
ings (H. R. Report 2069) 1630. 

Cranston, Mary J. (H. R. Report 1782) 778. 

Dengler, Christiana (H. R. Report 2067) 1636. 

Dix, William H. (H. R. Report 2064) 1638. 

Ferguson, Harriet A. (H. R. Report 2066) 1636. 

Frederich, Minnie, deceased (H. R. Report 1728) 597. 

Frederick Douglass Memorial and Historical Association (H. R. Rs- 
PORTS 1798, 2070) 881, 1636. 

Government Hospital for the Insane (H. R Report 1735) 633. 

Health ordinances. District of Columbia (H. R. Report 2086) 1636. 

MetrqpoUtan Railroad Company (H. R. Report 1736) 633. 

New Hampshire avenue (H. R. Report 1754) 680. 

Nineteenth street (H. R. Report 1752) 680. 

Pennsylvania avenue (H. R. Report 1765) 779. 

Porna, Francisco (H. R. Repo«t 1729) 507. 

Roadway through Rock Creek Park (H. R. Report 1806) 881. 

S street extension (H. R. Report 1797) 881. 

Sale of intoxicating liquors on Sunday (H. R. Report 2073) 167L 

Statutes of District of Columbia (H. K. Report 2081) 1672. 

W:tshington City centennial (H. R. Report 2090) 1725. 

Washington and University Railroad Company ^H. R. Report 2063) 
1630. 

Weeds in District of Columbia (H. R. Report 1805) 881 

Weighmasters in District of Columbia (H. R. Report 1705) 356. 

Williams, W. D. (H. R. Report 1766) 779. 

Committee on the District of Columbia (Senate) 

Hesolntion to pay stenographers employed by, passed 2820. 

Reports by 

Additional land for Government Printing Offlce (amendment) 1968. 
Anocostia and Potomac River Railroad Company (bills S. 2644, 5122) 

Arrearages of rent of municipal building (amendment) 2206. 

Assessment certiflcates of District of Columbia (S. Report 1553) 120L 

Bastardy in District of Columbia (bill 8. 1743) 22U6. 

Board of Charities in District of 0)lumbia ( B. Report 1439) 358. 

Capital Railway Company (S. Report 1777) 2207. 

Capital Traction Company (S. Report 1683) 1918, 1968. 

CMty and Suburban Railway Company (8. R. 180) 600. 

Claims against District of Columbia (S. Report 1700) 2306. 

Compulsory support of children in District of Columbia (8. Report 

1506)884. 
Conduit system in District of Columbia (bill 8. 48^) 2285. 
Contagious diseases in District of Columbia (8. R. 252) 2127. 
Cooperative business corporations in District of Ck>lumbia (S. Report 

1767) 2206. 
Criminal laws of District of Columbia (8. Report 1506) 884. 
Dangerous buildings in District of Columbia (8. Report 1545) 1151. 
Dengler, CHiristiana (S. Report 1649) 1730. 

Electric lighting in District of Columbia (bills 8. 4833, 4881) 1675, 2206. 
Fifth street extension (bill S. 5095) 2265. 
Frederich. Minnie, deceased (S. Report 1%2) 1204. 
Height of buildings in District of Ck)lumbia (8. Report 1532) 492, 106a 
Hunt, Minnie J. (S. Report 1600) 1444. 
Ice in Potomac River (S. R. 244) 1782. 

Impersonation of weighmasters (S. Report 1549) 1151, 1415, 2065. 
Jury trials in orphans^ court (amendment) 2266. 
Keyser. Esther A. (bill a 690) 2206. 
Land titles in District of Columbia (8. Report 1792) 2358. 
License tax on nonresidents (S. Report 1786) 2265. 
Metropolitan Railroad ComT>any (S. Report 1648) 1729, 2200. 
Mutual Saving and Beneflt Association (biU 8. 2548) 2265. 
Narjes, John A. (S. Report 1650) 1730. 
National White Cross of America (biU 8. 5563) 2604. 
New Hampshire avenue extension (bUl 8. 5326) 2266. 
Nineteenth street (S. Report 1527) 1060. 
Old DominicA Granite Coinpany (a Report 1768) 2206^ 



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Oommittee on District of Columbia (Senate) -—ConUmied. 
Reports by 

Outstanding certificates issued by board of audit and public worlcs 

(bill S. 5189) 220B. 
Pennsylvania avenue extension (S. Report 1605) 1478, 2365. 
Perna, Francesco (S. Reports 1513, 1543) 919, 1061. 
Rielil, Margaretba (S. Report 1502) 839. 
Roadway across Rock Creek Park (S. Report 1608) 1415, 2266. 
S street extension (S. Report 1606) 1478, 1882. 
Sale of intoxicating liquors on Sunday rS. Report 1600) 1444. 
Sale of mUk in District of Ck>lumbia (bill S. 1084) 2:206. 
Sberman avenue extension (bill B. 5177) 2266. 
Sixteenth street extension (bills S. 4784, 5147) 2206, 2265. 
Smoke in District of Columbia (S. Report 1435) 823, 2206. 
Snow and ice in city of Washington (bill H. R. 12009; S. R. 245) 1594, 

1790. 
Street on west border of Zoological Park (amendment) 2206. 
Use of lands in Potomac Park by Department of Agriculture (S. Rs- 

PORT 1554) 1201. 
Washington and University Railroad Company (bill S. 5351) 2200. 
Washington public Library (S. Report \m) 829,884,1675, 2730. 
Weeds in District of Columbia (S. Report 1550) 1151. 
Williams, W. D. (S. Report 1547) 1151. 
Young Men*8 Christian Association property (S. Report 1505) 881. 

Oommittee on Education and Labor {Senate) 

Resolution to pay steuo£n:^phers employed by, passed 2087 
.2788. 
Reports bv 

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Committee on Election of President, etc. {House) 
Reports by 

Polygamy (H. R. Report 2307) 2529. 

Voting machines at elections of Reprosentatiyes (H. R. Report 1810) 

Committee on Engrossed Bills {Senate) 
Mr. Ross appointed 1389. 
Mr. Baker excused 1389. 

Committee on Enrolled Bills {House) 

Anthorized to employ two additional clerks 836, 1452, 1504, 
2089. 

Committee on Finance {Senate) 
Appointed 1889. 
Resolution authorizing them to make certain investigations, 

passed 2535, 2695. 
Reports by 

Allen Brothers Tobacco Company (bill H. R. 11783) 2127. 

Dickel, George A, & Co. (billH.R.8425) 2128. 

Fort Smith and Western Railroad Company (bill H. R. 11916) 1918. 

FraudnJent allotments to Indians (bill S. 4^) 1639. 

Oainesville, McAIester and St. Louis Railway Company (bill H. R. 

11084) 2040. 
Improvement of certain bridges in Nebraska (amendment) 699. 
Indian depredation claims (S. Report 1531) 1060. 
Indian school at Tomale, Wis. (amendment) 782. 
Intermarried persons in Cherokee Nation (bill 8. 6462) 2040. 
Kansas, Oklahoma Central and Southwestern Railway Company (bill 

H. R. 11008) 1640. 
Kettle River Valley Railway Company (bill 8. 4966) 140. 
Kickappo Reservation (bill H. R. Sm)) 15^. 
Little IWver Valley Railway Company (bill H. R. 11116) 1061. 
Loyal Seminole Indians (8. Report 1875) 2608. 
liissonri and Kansas Telephone Company (bill H. R. 10609) 1061. 
Nez Perces Reservation in Idaho (bill S. 6244) 685. 
Northern (Jheyenne Indian Reservation (bill 8. 6561; amendment) 

e«5,2207. 
Patents to homestead settlers on Indian lands or military reserva- 
tions (amendment) 401. 
Pottawatomie Reservation (bill H. R. 8480) 1527. 
Railroad rights of way through Indian reservations (bill H. R. 11868) 

1968. 
Ratiflcation of certain agreements with Sioux Indians (amendment) 

401. 



Committee on Finance {Senate) — Continned. 

Reports by 

Sioux City and Omaha Railway Company (bill 8. 5076) 599. 

Bisseton and Wahpeton bands of Sioux Indians (S. Report 1441) 401. 

Stella Friends' Academy and Church Association (bill H. R. 6670) 1639. 

Stenographer for superintendent of Indian schools (amendment) 782. 

Turtle Mountain band of Chippewa Indians (amendment) 2206. 

Uintah Indian Reservation (amendment) 677. 

Wagon roads and animal trails across Indian re'servations (bill 8. 8687) 

Committee on Foreign Affairs {Hoiise) 
Reports by 

"' 1671)153. 

I) 1916, 

i' (H. R. Report 1723) 5C6, 



Rbpobt 1874) 12921 
2115) 1916. 



Committee on Foreign Relations {Senate') 
Mr. Turpie ezcosed 2844. 
Mr. Mills excused 2844. 
Mr. Bacon appointed 2844. 
Mr. Money appointed 2844. 
Authorized to continue employment of additional clerk 

1296, 2535. 
Reports by • 

American citizens in CJhina (H. Res. 208) 286. 
Arndt, Christian (bUl 8. 5208) 2814. 
Bates, A. £. (bill 8. 5060) 828. 
Claims of citizens of United States against Spain (8. Report 1407) 

661.602,2775. 
Crooks, James and William (8. Repobt 1874) 2606. 
Government for Hawaiian Islands (bill 8. 4883) 858. 
Miscellaneous papers in State Department (concurrent resolution) 

1341. 
Obligations of treaty between United States and Spain (amendment) 

1015. 
Pacific cable system (amendment) 2096. 
Salaries of secretaries of embassies at Paris, London, and Berlin 

(amendment) 731. 
Tellefsen, R (bill 8. 4874) 9L 
Vifquain, Victor (bill S. 5080) 560. • 

Committee on Forest Reservations and Protection of Game 
{Senate) 
Reports by 

Fish and game laws for forest reservations (amendment) 2040. 
YosemitePark roadways commission (amendment) 2126. 

Committee on Immigration {Senate) 
Reports by 

Antlcontract labor laws for Hawaii (8. Report 1654) 1781, 235a 
Committee on Tndian Affairs {House) 
Reports by 

Arkansas and Choctaw Railway Company (H. R. Report 1734) G33. 

Arkansas Northwestern Railway Company (H. R. Report 2282) 2253. 

Big Three Railroad Company (H. R. Report 1818) 1012. 

Chippewa Indians (H. R. Report 1660) 27. 

Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad Company (H. R. Report 2C53) 

1636. 
Clearwater Short Line Railway Company (H. R. Report 2144) 1862. 
Clearwater Valley Railroad Company (H. R. Report 2U05) 1778. 
Corporation laws for Indian Territory (H. R. Report 1901) 1441. 
Der.iflon, Bonham and Gulf Railway (Company (H. R. Report 2254) 

2258. 
Port Smith and Western Railroad Company (H. R. Report 1890) 14! 1. 
Gainesville, McAIester and St. Louis Railway CTompany (H. R. Report 

1715) 674. 
Gnlf and Northern Railroad Company (H. R. Report 2181) 2080. 
Hill, Eudora (H. R. Report 1814) m 
Indian appropriation bill (H. R. Report 1684) 239, 244. 
Indian Territory timber (H. R. Report 1728) 558. 
Kansas, Oklahoma Central and Southwestern Railway Company 

(H.R. Report inS) 428. 
Little River Valley Railway Company (H. R. Report 1722) 490. 
Muskogee, Oklahoma and Western Railroad Company (H. B. Report 

1804) 681. 
Nez Perce Reservation lands in Idaho (H. R. Report 1822) 1012. 
Otoe and Missouria Reservation lands (H. R. Report 2108) 2121. 
Rights of way for railroads through Indian reservations (H. R. Re- 
port 1890) 141L 
St. Louis, Oklahoma and Sonthem Railway Company (H. R. Report 

1818) 1012. 
St. Louis. Tecumseh and Lexington Railway Company (EL R. Report 

1817)1012. 
Sioux City and Omaha Railway Company (H. R. Report 2172) 2085. 

Committee on Indian AfEEdrs (Senate) 

Resolations anthorizing them to continne investigations, 
passed 687, 1237, 2536, 2698. 



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Oomxnittee on Indian AfGEiirs (Senate) — Continued. 

Order of Senate to print testimony relative to payments to 
Osage Indians taken by sabcommittee of, passed (S. Doc. 
162} 2608. 
Reports by 

Agreement with Comanche, Kiowa, and Apache Indians (bill H. B. 

lOaW) 1639. 
Arkansas and Choctaw Railway Company (bill B. 5045) 635. 
Arkansas Northwestern Railway Company (bill 8. 6618) 2040. 
Chippewa Indians of the Mississippi and of Lake Saperior (bill S. 

3671)1375. 
Chippewa Reservation (amendment) 1587. 

Ck)mmittee on Indian Land Trespassers (Senate) 

Mr. Simon appointed 141. 

Ck)mmittee on International Expositions (Senate) 

Reports bf 

Omaha Exposition (S. R. 2S6) 1527. 

Pan-American exposition in New York State (S. Bepobt 1774) 2S0(L 

Ckmmiittee on Invalid Pensions (House) 

Authorized to have bound reports in Fifty-fifth Congress of 
2927. 
Reports by 



)2689. 



Committee on Invalid Pensions (House) — Continned. 

Reports by 

Hill. Mary J. (H. R Report 2256) 2^50. 
Hilllard, Mary P. (H. R. Report 2161) 1963. 
Holmes, Charles F. (H. R. Report 2281) 2260. 
Holway, WilUam J. (H. R. Report 2137) 1963. 
Hovey, Harriette P.(H. R. Report 1911) 1474. 
Hamf ries, John (H. R. Report 2064) 1672. 
Hnmpton, Lewis B. (H. R. Report 2029) 1589. 
Hunt, Robert (H. R. Report 1909) 1474. 
Hnssey, Richard M. (H. R. Report 1843) 1147. 
Ingram, James W. (H. R. Report 215i) 1963. 
Jenninffs, James C. (H. R. Report 2143) 1963. 
Jewell, Smith (H. R. Report 2230) 2259. 



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Committee on Xsralid Pensions (Hotue;— Contisiiad. 


Committee on KHitarj AiBdis (House) 




iiSc^oirif^f 


Reporttby 








«2. 

il Home for Di^ 


Committee on Irrigation {Senate) 




^. 


Mr. Himon a{>x>oiDted 141. 




L 


Report $ by 






Jnnfr^,r*fm*^t tA canals and r^wrTcrfni ^anModmeoi) 17301 

JU-rlstrrtition rA fh-Mfrrt 1*d/1a ^am^mdment; 2WI. 

K'v^rvojnt ak/nfc PJn<;r Croek, Wjromini^ and Booth Flstte Bhrer, Col- 

HurvHjM (A rentsrrcAr idtea (amendment) 1730L 




B.BSPOST 1727) 








R$pori$ by 






fficca 




b(H.B.Bepobt 


fVir- 




),a80OL 

>BT ITB) 88L 


Committee on the Judiciary {Senate) 






Authorized to sit during sesriont of Senate 2887. 




ny and Nary in- 


Reports by 

1.7004)1506. 
liit«(bmH.B.421) 




1474. 
1792) 862, 881. 
war with Spain 


itlye Departmonta 




>OBT2223)21fiO. 


11178) 1478. 




Record), . 



2730. 

Committee on Labor {House) 
Heporta by 

Anticontract lat>or laws for Hawaii (H. B. Bbpobt 1704) 881. 
Committee on the Library (House) 
Hsporto by 

it and his Generals/ 
diera killed at Tupelo, 
zplosion of battle ship 

11)2604. 

2)U}80. 

IT 2187) 2060. 

ft. (H. B. Beport 2087) 

922)2880. 

Committee on the Library (Senate) 

Authorized to accept historical paintings from Octavins 
A. White lOOa, 19(J9. 
Reports by 

Auu*^\l Jftfiinn K (H. n. 22fl) 829. 

Ht ituo of VruncAH K. Hplnnor (8. Beport 1470) 600. 

Committee on Library Accommodations (Senate) 

Mr. lioss appointed 1880. 
Committee on Manufactures (Senate) 

Authorized to investigate adulteration of food and drink 

products 800. 
RcHolution authorizing them to send for persons and papers, 
administer oaths, employ stenographer, and to sit during 
sessions and recesses of Senate, passed 527, 2788. 

Committee on the Merchant Marine and Fisheries (Hotise) 
Authorized to sit during sessions of House 548. 
Authorized to order printing 648. 

Reports by 

Commorco, navlimtlon. and merchant seamen of Hawaiian Islands 

(H. R. Hkport 1004) 284. 
Subsidies to yossols (H. R Bbport 1866) 1188, UOO. 



^ar Department 
T 2321) 2680. 

L006) 1474. 

Committee on Military AfiOedrs (Semite) 

Authorized to sit during sessions of Senate 1780. 
Resolution to pay stenographer employed by, passed 1528, 
2127. 
Reports by 

rDis- 



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Committee on Military AfGEuLrs (iS^ena^e)— Continaed. 

Reports by 

Hammond, William A. (S. Report 1684) 1968. 
Hazelbock, William (S. Report 1518) 1151. 
Henderson, John P. (S. Report 1864) 2808. 



war with Spain 
»,2431« 



Tice prior to date 



2008. 



388)1640. 



Committee on Mines and Minings {Senate) 
• Mr. Simon appointed 141. 
Reports by 

Division of mines and mining in (Geological Survey (S. R.205) 635. 

Committee on Naval AflQsdrs {House) 

Reports by 

Acting naval cadets in war with Spain (H. R. Report 2356) 2ft36. 
Admiral and Vice- Admiral In Navy (H. R. Reports 1699, 23U8) 320, 2529, 

26h6. 
Bootes, J. T. (H. R. Report 2191) 2060. 
Bransford, John P. (H. R. Report 2359) 2936. 
Brown, B. M. G. (H. R. Report 1828) lCi56. 
Burgess, Alfred (H. R. Report 1918) 1474. 

Caliber of shoulder rifles in Army and Navy (H. R. Report 1803) 881. 
Deignan, Osborne W. (H. R. Report 2060) 1636. 
Extra pay for officers and enlisted men of temporary force of Navy 

(H. K. Report 23»)2) 2529. 
Hickey, James (H. R. Report 2167) 1963. 
Kaiser, Julius A. (H. R. Report 2235) 2208L 
Kelly, Dennis (H. R. Report 2101) 1778. 
Mather, George H. (H. R. Report 2309) 2804. 
Montoya, Alberto V. (H. R. Report 1802) 881. 
Naval appropriation bill (H. R. Report 2108} 1995. 
Pay of employees at navy-yards and stations (H. R. Report 1669) 

1233. 
Personnel of Navy and Marine Corps (H. R. Report 2229) 2196. 
Bale of auxiliary naval vessels (H. K. Report 1696) 320. 
Wall, Francis R. (H. R. Report 2333) 2771. 
Weber, Louis (H. R. Report 1820) 1012. 
West, Ernest E. (H. R. Report 232G) 2689. 
Yglesias, Ricardo (H. R. Report 1801) 881. 

Committee on Naval AfGedrs {Senate) 

Reports by 

Acting naval cadets in vtrar vrith Spain (S. Report 1762) 2126. 

Admiral of the Navy (bill 8. 5352) Vm. 

Anderson, Louis J. (S. R. 251) 2128. 

Baker, Michael (S. Report 1811) 2431. 

Barkley, Richard W. (S. Report 1753) 2128. 

Bootes, J. T. (8. Report 1756) 2128. 

Bransford, John F. (bill S. 5210) 2358. 

Brooks, .fonathan (8. Report 1761) 2126. 

Brown, Philip 8. (8. Report 17b7) 2266. 

Buford, M. B. (8. Report 1765) 2127. 

CarpenterjHenry W. (8. R. 249) 2128. 

Carswell, W. B. (8. Report 1752) 2126. 

Chiefs of bureaus in Navy Department (bUl S. 6074) 626. 

Diegnan, Osborne W. (8. R. ^) 1882. 

Dry dock on Columbia River (amendment) 2126. 

Dunlap, Robert H. (8. R. 268) 8606. . 



Committee on Naval Affairs {Seriate) — Continued. 
Reports by 

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2S56. 



Mcintosh, Horace P. (S. Report 1018) 1527. 

Mather, George H. (8. Report 1764) 2126. 

Middloton, George I. (8. Report 1760) 2128. 

Montoya, Alberto V. (8. R. 219) 685. 

Monument at Havana, Cuba (S. R. 187) 1415. 

Naval coaling and repair station in California (amendment) 2126. 

Navy personnel (bill H. R. 10403) 1.595. 

Patterson, 8. A. W. (8. Report 1765) 2126. 

Pay of chief electricians in navy-yards (amendment) 2128. 

Pay of employees in navy-yards and naval stations (8. Report 1582) 

^1341,1640. 

[. R. 10408) 1015. 

Corps (bill S. 5006) 526,829. 



Committee on Nicaragua Canal (Senate) 

Resolntion authorizing them to sit during recess and ses- 
sions of Senate, to send for persons and papers, and to ad- 
minister oaths to witnesses, passed 860. 
Resolution to pay expenses incurred by, passed 403, 1237. 
Authorized to continue investigations during recess of Sen- 
ate 2536. 
Reports by 

Acquisition of territory from Costa Rica and Nicaragua (amendment) 

Chronological statement of legislative and other history of Nicaragua 

Canal (8. Report 1417) 19. 
Constitution of Nicaragua (8. Doc. 69) 561. 

Maritime Canal Company of Nicaragua (8. Report 1418) 29, 2535. 
Nicaragua Canal (8. Report 1418) 29. 

Committee on Pacific Bailroads {Senate) 

Resolution authorizing them to make certain investigations, 
referred 2695. 
Reports by 

Sioux City and Pacific Railway Company (amendment) 686. 

Committee on Patents {Hotise) 

heportc by 

Hoskins, Sarah A. (H. R. Report 2102) 1778. 
Lawson, Daniel T. (H. R. Report 2124) 1916. 
femlth, S'jth H. (H. K. Report 2072) 1636. 

Committee on Patents (Senate) 

Reports by 

Bordan Firearms Manufacturing Company (S. Report 1653) 1783. 
Guardians of insane persons (bill H. R. 7346) 1415. 

Committee on Pensions (House) 
Reports by 

Agnow Ella H. (U. R. Report 1679) 245. 
Anderson, James 8. (H. R. Report 2201) 2169. 
Armstrong, Napoleon B. (H. R. Report 1682) 245. 
Arnold, .lennett E. (H. R. Report 1S64) 1199. 
Begloy, John (H. R. Report 18?^) 1292. 
Brown, George (11. R. Report 1863) 1199. 
Byrd, Suson C. (H. B. Report 1687) 208. 
Clemens, Annie M. (H. R. Report 1805) 1199. 
Cobb, Mary F. (H. R, Report 2178) 2im. 
Corgan, John N. (H. R. Report 1893) 1411. 
Davidson. Jane V. (H. R. Report 1889) 1371. 
Doherty, Judith (H. R. Report 1884) 1370. 
Draper, John 8. (H. R. Report 1894) 1411. 
Farmer, Henry (H. R. Report 1859) 1147. 
Gibson, Isom (H. R. Report 1891) 1411. 
Green, John (H. R. Report 1731) 697. 
Gullett, John E. (H. R. Report 18i^6) 1371. 
Gusler, Battle E. (H. R. Report 1678) 245. 
Haughey, Thomas J. (H. R. Report 1888) 1371. 
Haywood, Robert W. (H. R. Report 1681) 245. 
Hoinz, Bonaventura (H. R. Report 1758) 728. 
Hillman, Clarinda 8. (H. R. Report 1680) 245. 
Holton, Lemon (H. R. Report ir39) 633. 
Haddleston, Martha E. (H. R. Report 1856) 1147. 
Hughes, George (E. R. Report 1733) 597. 
Ealk, Flora 8. (H. R. Report 1887) 1371. 
Keen. Alexander (H. R. Report 1677) 246. 
Knowlan, Stephen A. (H. R. Report 2202) 2160. 



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Committee on PensioiiB (Hou«e) —Continned. 

Reports by 

Lindsey, Nancy M. (H. B. Report 2190) 2060. 
McLain, Emily (H. R. Bbport 1872) 1292. 
McMnUen, Bebeocah (H. B. Bepobt2177) 2088. 
MoUere, Joseph F. (H. B. Bbport 2180) 206a 
Moore, Jeremiah B. (H. B. Bepobt 2188) 206a 
Poe, Charlotte (H. B. Bbport 1858) 1147. 
Preston, James H. (H. B. Bkport 2179) 2086. 
Pntnam, Albert (H. B. Bbport 1885) 137a 
Qninn. William L. (H. B. Beport 1686) 268. 
Roderick Mary L. (H. B. Beport 1860) 1147. 
Bogers, Alexander (H. B. Beport 1738) 683. 
Bnssell, William (H. B. Beport 1856) 1147. 
Semple, Letitia T. (H. B. Beport 1732) 607. 
Smith. Eleazer (H. B. Beport 1854) 1147. 
Bnowden, W. P. (H. B. Beport 1802) 1411. 
Taylor, Andrew J.CH. B. Beport 2203) 2160. 
Townes, Mary E. (H. B. Beport 1686) 288. 
Trnlt, Levi M. (H. B. Beport 1875) li92. 
Tnmblin, William W. (H. B. Beport 1862) 1147. 

Committee on Pensions {Senate) 

Authorized to make investigation relative to pension leens- 
lation 2130, 2535. 
Reports by 



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Ck)mmittee on Pensions (<SSenaf«)— Gontinned* 

Reports by 

Gammer. Snsan A. (8. Report 1497) 782. 
Hall, Catherine M. (8. Beport 1660) 1018. 
Halter, 8arah A. (8. Beport 1458) 527. 
Harmon, Joseph N. (8. Beport 1640) 1875. 
Harris, Catharine (8. Bbport 1871) 2808. 
Harrow, Juliette (8. Beport 1516) 057. 
Hayes, John T. (8. Beport 1446) 526. 
Heady, Lncy D. (8. Beport 1490> 685. 
Heinz, Bonaventnra (8. Beport 1622) VSH. 
Hendricks, Mary L. (8. Beport 1471) 600. 
Hirsch, Lonis (8. BBPOltr 1460) 527. 
Holmes, Charles F. (8. Beport 1866) 2556. 
Holton, Lemon (8. Beport 1627) 1630. 
Holway, William J. (8. Beport 1887) 2S34. 
Hnssey, Bichard M. <8. Beport 1570) 1296. 
Ingram, James W. (8. Beport 1820) 2534. 
Jackson, James W. (8. Beport 14S2) 527. 
James, Howard L. (8. Beport 1716) 2128. 
Jewell, 8mith (8. Report 1803) 2860. 
Johnson, Julia M. (8. Beport 1487) 685. 
Jnmper, Amanda F. (8. Beport 1450) 526. 
Kalk, Flora 8. (8. Beport 1423) 136. 
Kee. ElUe (8. Beport 1482) 685. 
Kelly, Jane G. (8. Beport 1456) 527. 
Kennedy, Mary A. (8. Beport 1711) 2126. 
Kennoch, Dortha E. (8. Beport 1823) 2S34. 
Kenyon, Delos M. (8. Beport 1852) 2542. 
Kizer, 8arah A. (8. Beport 1708) 2368. 
Knowlan, 8tephen A. (8. Beport 1831) 2880. 
Koontz, Samuel B.JS. Report 1728) 2126. 
Lamport, Gtoorge H. (8. Beport 14^) 136. 
Lay, Jchn W. (8. Beport 1558) 1285. 
Lewis, Henry H. (8. Beport 1708) 2126. 
Lindsey. Nancy M. (8. Beport 1630) 1675. 
Litchfield, A. C. (8. Beport 1453) 527. 
LitzenberiT, Elizabeth V. (8. Beport 16e8) 1630. 
Long, Orin (8. Beport 1847) 2535. 
Lowe, Barbara C. (8. Beport 1620) 1527. 
Lowther, Margaret A. (8. Beport 16S1) 1068. 
Luke, Sarah A. (8. Beport 1588) 1374. 
Lynn, Isaac H. (8. Beport 1806) 2358. 
Lyon, OUver J. (8. Beport 1701) 2126. 
McDevitt. Eleanor (8. Beport 1478) 676. 
McDonald, Samuel 8. (8. Beport 1587) 1296. 
McFarland, Taylor (8. Beport 1474) 600. 
McGee, Joseph H. (8. Beport 1613) 1527. 
Mclntire, Emma J. (8. Beport 1611) 1527. 
McLain, Emily (bill H. B. 11420) im. 
McMahon, Jane (8. Beport 1560) 1286. 
McMuUen. Bebeccah (8. Beport 1883) 271L 
Marcher, James J. (8. Beport 1715) 2126. 
Matchett, William B. (8. Beport 1644) 1675. 
Meehan, Michael (8. Beport 1568) 1285. 
Meeks, Allen (8. Beport 1610) 1527. 
Mollere, Joseph F. (8. Beport 1572) 1206. 
Moorhead, Bobert 8. (8. Beport 1564) 1205. 
Morse, Andrew /S. Beport 1828) 2534. 
Moser, Levi (8. Beport 1804) 2358. 
Neace, Jackson (8. Beport 1803)2860. 
Nichols, James H. (8. Beport 1732) 2127. 
Ohngemach, John W. (8. Beport 1860) 2607. 
O'Neal, Patrick (8. Beport 1870) 2B02. 
O'Shea, Patrick (8. Beport 1733) 2126. 
Palmer, John M. (8. Beport 1546) 1153. 
Patterson, Kitty A. (8. Beport 1603) 20a5. 
Patterson, Samuel 8. (8. Beport 1452) 527. 
Patterson, William W. (8. Beport 1887) 2720. 
Paul, William B. (8. Beport 1830) 253*. 
Penny Witt, David W. (8. Beport 1473) 600. 
Persley, Bobert (8. Beport 1818) 2534. 
Pitman, Amanda (8. Beport 1522) 1016. 
Porch, Emma A. (8. Beport 1565} 1206. 
Porter, James (8. Beport 1705) 2126. 
Presdee, Joseph B. (S. Beport 1773) 2206. 
Pride, George G. (8. Beport 1643) 1675. 
Procedure in pension cases (S. Beport 1600) 1527. 
Putnam, Albert (8. Beport 1676) 1068. 

§ainn, William L. (8. Beport 1560) 1295. 
andall, B. H. (8. Bep»rt 1807) 2358. 
Bedfleld, Eliza 8. (8. Beport 1832) 1534. 
Beisinger, George W. (S. Beport 1725) 2126. 

Benewal of pensions to pensioners who enlisted in war with Spain 
(bill 8.5485)1506. ^^ 

Beynolds, Orpha W. (8. Beport 1810) 2431. 
Bobinson, Mary E. (8. Beport 1&57) 2556. 
Bolley, William (8. Report 1641) 1675. 
Bowe, Anna M. (8. Bepout 1724) 2120. 
Sanford, Mlanda A. (8. Beport 1720) 2126. 
Scott, Francis (8. Beport 1688) 1968. 
Scott, Jonathan (S. Beport 1609) 2125. 
Searl, James E. (8. Beport 1718) 2126. 
Servlss, Been (8. Beport 1710) 2138. 
Sessions, Mary E. (8. Beport 1616) 1527. 
Shaley, Nancy (S. Beport 1845) 2535. 
Shepard, Albert S. (S. Beport 1672) 1968. 
Shipler, Peter E. (8. Report 1614) 1527. 
Shumard, Belle (8. Beport 1674) 1968. 
Sickler, Eliza (bill H. B. 0503) 2535. 
Smiley, Charles N. (8. Beport 1719)2336. 
Smith, Alice (S. Report 1646) 1675. 
Smith, Eleazer (S. Beport 1420) 136. 
Smith, Jere (8. Beport 1655) 1781. 
Smith, John (S. Beport 1626) 1639. 
Smith, William H. (8. Beport 1464) 527. 
Snowden, Andrew J. (8. Beport 1709) 2126. 
Stedman, Susan (8. Beport ITZl) 2126. 
Steele, Mary L. (S. Beport 1621) 1527. 
Stephens, Isaac (S. Beport 1645) 1675. 
Stevens, Jehiel J. rs. Report 1437) 323. 
Stone, George B. (8. Beport 1469) 627. 
Stubbs, Sarah E. (8. Beport 1850) 2535. 



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Reports by 



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Ck)mmittee on the Post-Office and Post-Boads {House) 

Reports by 

Post-Offlce appropriation bill (H. B. Report 176») 778, 779. 
Second-class mail matter (H. B. Rkpobt 1715) 307. 

Committee on Post-Offlces and Post-Boads (Senate) 

Reports by 

Clerk hire in third and fourth class post-offices (amendment) 1478. 
Frankinff privilege on mail transported between Hawaiian Islands and 

United States (amendment) lido. 
Key-deposit fand inpoet-offlces (bill S. 5451) 1478. 
McKinsey, Gtoorge W. (bill H. B. 1800) 2366. 
Money-order clerks in substations (amendment) 1478. 
Pneumatic-tube seryice (amendment) 1478. 
Postage on letters written by the blind (bills S. 8288; H. B. 4304) 1479. 

2538. 
Postal sayings banks (S. Bkpobt ISOi) 8S9. 

Committee on Potomac Biver Front {Senate) 
Mr. Simon appointed 141. 

Committee on Printing {House) 
Reports by 

Agricultural experiment stations (resolution) 758. 

Annual report of Secretary of Interior (H. B. Beports 1713, 1714) 876. 

Annual report of Secretary of Navy (resolution) 246. 

Annual report of Secretary of War (resolution) 246. 

(Colonial Systems of the World (concurrent resolution) 2386. 

Ckmimercial Belations (concurrent resolution) 2394. 

Congressional Becord to Library of Congress (S. B. 222) 048. 

Digest and Manual of Bules of House (resolution) 1451. 

Export demand for American horses (H. B. Beport 1761) 757. 

Manual of Fish Culture (concurrent resolution) 2064. 

Maps of Alaska (S. B. 230) 2304. 

National Fishery Congress (H. B. Befort 2017) 1560. 

Production of gold and silver (concurrent resolution) 2395. 

Publications of OfUce of Naval Intelligence (H. B. Beport 1712) 376. 

Bemarks of Mr. Todd of Michigan (H. B. Beport 1827) 1020. 

Beix>rt of Board of Managers of National Home for Disabled Volun- 
teers (H. B. Beport 16«S) 156. 

Beport of Director of the Mint (H. B. Beport 1812) 766. 048. 

Beport on financial and industrial conditions of Philippine Islands 
(S. B. 202) 2304. 

Statistical Abstract (concurrent resolution) 2304. 

Committee on Printing {Senate) 

Reports by 

Additional print of certain laws (resolation) 2820. 

Annual report of Secretary of Interior (concurrent resolution) 286. 

Annual report of Secretary of Navy (concurrent resolution) 01. 

Annual report of Secretary of War (resolution) OL 

Beet-sugar industry (concurrent resolution) 2096. 

Bureau of I!ngravlng and Printing investigation (resolutions) 1649, 

2307. 
Colonial Systems of the World (concurrent resolution) 2207. 
Commercial Belations, 1886 (concurrent resolution) 2431. 
Congressional Becord to Library of Congress (S. B. 222) 684. 
Eulogies on Justin S. Morrill (concurrent resolution) 2843. 
Eulogies on Nelson Dingley (concurrent resolution) 2837. 
Export demand for American horses (concurrent resolution) 1016. 
General orders and forms in bankruptcy (resolutionjSSO. 
Government Printing Ofilce building (amendment) 2030. 
Harden's report on Philippine Islands (S. B. 2U2) 823. 
Hawaiian Commission report (resolution) 200. 
Hearings on eight-hour bill (resolution) 2692. 
Industrial and commercial conditions of Cuba and Porto Bico (S. B. 

230)1527. 
Manual of fish culture (concurrent resolution) 2085. 
Maps of Alaska (S. B. 239) 1594. 



Committee on Printing (iSenafe)— Continned. 
Reports by 



1 agricoltaral 



olution) 9688. 
luting Office 

ition) 560. 

tSl. 

1419) 91. 
1415. 



I a) 1640. 

Committee on Privileges and Elections {Senate) 
Reports by 

Bowden« Martha (amendment) 2431. 

Election of Senators (bill S. 1753) 600. 

Grover, Lafayette (amendment) 2431. 

Investigation of charges of bribery in election of Senator Hanna (S. 

BCPORT 1869) 2558. 
Porter, Zenobia (amendment) 2431. 
Voting machines in elections (bill S. 5088) 1151. 

Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds {Hotise) 
Reports by 



ORT 2204) 2160. 
1999) 1521. 



Now Iberia, La. (H. B. Beport 1938) 1519. 
New Orleans, La. (H. B. Beport 2362) 2036. 
New York, N. Y. (H. B. Beport 1064) 1520. 
Newark, N. J. (H. B. Beport 2340) 2836. 



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Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds (Houm) —Cont'd. 
Heporta by 



1899)1441. 



AT 2329} 277L 
Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds (Senate) 
Mr. Simon appointed 1889. 
Reports by 



.Bbpobt 1601) 1444. 
POBT 1694) 2063,2060. 



177,2807. 



066. 



:>RT 1094) 2065, 2066. 



Committee on the Public Lands {^House) 
Reports by 



474,208s. 

!036. 

)BT8 1838, 1917) 1146, 1474. 

rings. Ark. (H. B. Report 

1668)165. 

»te8 of location (H. B. Bk- 

n Padflo Bailroad (H. B. 



any (H. B. Bkport 1790X825. 
npany (H. B. Bsport 2085) 

B.Bepobt1074)2DL 

ii) 1879. 

I. B. Bbpobt2086)1725. 



•2300)2351. 
RT 1816) 1012. 



Committee on Public Lands {Senate) 

Reports by 

Black Hills Forest reserTationa (amendment) 134L 

Boulder, Colo. (8. Beport 1662) 1787. 

Cheyenne County, Nebr. (S. Beport 1691) 2085. 

Forest reservations (8. Report 1612> 919. 

Groer County, Okla. (bill H. B. 11771) 2285. 

Insane asylum in Oklahoma Territory (bill H. B. 10666) 919. 

Lake 8chutte Cemetery Corporation of Donseith, K. Dak. (bill S. 

5431) 1503. 
Mineral lands in California (amendment) 2358. 
MitcheU, Isaiah (8. Beport 1788) 2285. 

Pasadena and Mount Wilson Railway (Company (bill 8. 5446) 1968. 
Pensacola and Northwestern Bailroad Ck>mpany (bill H. B. 11737) 2085. 
Rhode, John C. W. (8. Report 1661) 1882. 
Roberts, Joshua T. (8. Report 1789) 2365. 

Settlors on Qreat Sioux Reservation (amendment; 8. Doc. 126) 2085. 
Surveys of lands in railroad land grants (bill S. 5368) 1882. 
Victor, Colo, (bill H. R. 11142) 1593. 
Void entries of public lands (8. Report 1493) 73L 
Wisconsin (bill H. R. 6651) 2040. 
Wisconsin swamp-land grant (8. Report 1465) 56a 

Crommittee on Revolutionary Claims (Senate) 
Mr. Simon appointed 141. 

Committee on Bivers and Harbors (House) 
Mr. Alexander appointed 380. 
Mr. Barton elected chairman 195. 

Resolution to allow stenographer (House Res. No. 360) 
passed 464, 031. 

Reports by 

Cape Porpoise, Me. (H. B. Bsport 1698) 380. 

Channel between 8trait8 of Carqnlnez and Q^olden Gate (H. B. Beport 

1747) 674. 
Channel connecting Texas City with Ghilveston Barbor (H. B. Beport 

1743) 633. 
Clevelimd Harbor (H.B.Bkport 1608) 281. 
East channel in New York Harbor (H. B. Bbport 1692) 284. 
Muscle Shoals Power Company (H. B. Beport 1870) 1233. 
Ohio Biver (H. B. Beport 1690) 283, 
Penobscot Kiver near Bncksport Narrows, ICe. (H. B. Beport 1748) 

674. 
Pittsbnrg, Pa., Harbor (H. B. Beport 1749) 674. 
Bivers and harbors appropriation bill (H. B. Beport 1826) 999, 1012. 
Sakonnet Biver (H. B. Beport 2296). ^Omitted in Record.) 

Committee on Bules (House) 

Mr. Richardson appointed 870. 

Reports by 

Accceptance of office nnder United States by members of Honse 

(H. B. Beport 1711) 376. 
Special order for bill H. B. 1040B (H. B. Beport 1724) 506. 
Special order for bills reported from Ck>mmittee on Public Buildings 

and Grounds (H. B. Beport 2304) 2489. 

Committee on Rules (Senate) 
Appointed 1389. 
Reports by 

Boference of appropriation bills to committees (resolution) 115L 

Committee on the Territories (House) 

Authorized to sit during sessions of House 248. 
Reports by 

Alaskan government (H. B. Beport 1807) 953. 

Hawaiian government (H. B. Beport 1808) 953. 

New Mexico Territorial capitol (H B. Beport 2082) 167& 

Committee on Territories (Senate) 
Mr. Ross appointed 1389. 
Mr. Piatt of New York excused 1389. 
Authorized to employ additional clerk 1205, 1341. 
Order of Senate to print notes of conferences relative to bill 

(H. R. 8571) to defiue and punish crimes in and provide 

code of criminal procedure for Alaska, passed (S. Doc. 122) 

1881. 
Resolution to pay stenographer employed by, passed 1883, 

2127. 
Reports by 

Albuqnerqne, N. Mex. (S. Beport 1666) 1918. 

Code of criminal procedure for Alaska (S. Beport 1651) 1730L 

Dcnison and Northern Railwav Company (bill S. 5124) 1375. 

Kansas, Oklahoma (Jentral and Sonthwestem Bailway Ckimpany (bill 

S. 4983) 323. 
Mew Mexico Territorial capitol (S. Beport 1665) 191& 

Ck>mmittee on Transportation Boutes to the Seaboard (Senate) 
Mr. Ross appointed 1389. 
Mr. Aldricn excused 1889. 

Committee on Ventilation and Acoustics (House) 

Reports by 

Remodeling of Hall of Honae of Bepresentatives (H. B. Bbport 2806) 
2145,2169. 



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Committee on War Claims (Hotise) 
Reports 6/ 

CaldweU, Hamlin (H. B. Report 1851) 1147. 

Claims for reimbarsement for cost of returning toXTnited States re- 
mains of deceased officers and men of Army and Navy (H. B. Report 
t3093) 1778. 

Duplantier, Alfred, deceased (H. R. Report 2080) 1589. 

Exline, George A. (H. R. Report 2186) 2080. 

Gk)ings, John C, and Lnshion, I. H. (H. R. Report 2094) 1778. 

Graves, Mrs. C. N. (H. R. Report 2186) 2080. 

Gray, Mary E. (H. R. Report 2076) 1672. 

Kennedy, Margaret, deceased (H. R. Reports 1809, 1896) 963,1412. 

Military expenses of States and Territories during war with Spain 
(H. R. Report 2192) 2080. 

Roach. Benjamin, deceased (H. R. Report 2021) 1589. 

Btalcup, Mary E. (H. R. Report 1710) 380. 

Stewart, Robert, administrator (H. R. Report 2094) 1778. 

Wright, James M. (H. R. Report 2184) 2080. 

Youeil, John D. (H. R. Report 2219) 2170. 

Committee on Washington City Centennial (Senate) 
Appointed 284. 

Aathorized to act with any committee that may be ap- 
pointed by President, House of Representatives, or citi- 
zens of District of Colxmibia to arrange for celebration 
1598. 
Reports by 

National celebration In 1900 (bill &, 5391) 1212L 

Committee on Ways and Means (House) 

Mr. Payne appointed chairman 869, 870. 
Mr. Bichardson appointed 870. 
Reports by 

Collector of customs of district of Oslyeston, Tex. (H. B. Report 

2208) 2109. 

Ck>llector of easterns for district of Richmond, Ya. (H. R. Report 
2180)2086. 

Cnstoms laws for Hawaiian Islands (H. R. Report 1688) 244. 

Deputy collector of the port of East Pascagoula, Miss. (H. B. Report 
ifel) 1012L 

DistUled spirits (H. R. Report 1825) 1012L 

Distribution of President's messago (resolution) 25. 

Immediate transportation of duuable fnerchandise (H. R. Report 
1689)288. 

Iowa Agricultural College (H. R. Bcpokt 1675) UL 

Miami. Fla. (H. R Report 2079) 1671. 

Pan-American Ex];>o8ition in New York (H. B. Report 2060) 1671. 

Revenue stamps on bonds or notes secured by mortgage (H. R. Re- 
port 2074) 16^. 

Toledo Exposition (H. R. Report 2108) 1879. 

Committees of Congress 

Joint resolution for loint committee to arrange for Wash- 
ington Centennial in 1900 (see S. R. 200). 

Joint resolution for special joint committee to consider pro- 
mriety of establishing home for disabled volunteers in 
Kentucky (see S. R. 224). 

Amendment in House for joint select committee to examine 
buildings and grounds at Naval Academy (House Bes. No. 
408), referred 2080. 

Committees of House 

Resolution for special committee to consider subject of uni- 
formity in caliber of shoulder rifles used in Army and 
Navy (House Res. No. 212), reported back (H. R. Report 
1803) 881. 

Resolution for special committee to arrange for Washing- 
ton CHty Centennial (House Res. No. 421), referred 2530. 

Committees of Senate 

Joint resolution for special committee to investigate charges 
of corruption in obtaining contracts for sale of vessels 
and famishing army supplies to the Government (see 
S.R. 194). 

Resolution for special committee to whom shall be referred 
so much of President's message as reconunends capital 
centennial celebration in city of Washington in 1900» 
passed 29. 

Resolution for special committee to investigate charges of 
corruption in obtaining contracts for saJe of vessels to 
Navy and for furnishing supplies to Army, referred 138, 
166. 

Resolution for special committee to investigate conditions 
in Cuba and Porto Rico, reported back 167, 298, 823, 863. 

Resolution for special committee to investigate alleged 
frauds in work on outer bar at Brunswick, Qa., recom- 
mitted 324, 401, 782. 

Resolution to amend rules relative to reference of appropria- 
tion bills to, passed 859, 527, 1151, 1212. 

Resolution for special committee to Investigate conduct of 
war with Spain, debated 637, 677, 687. 

Resolution continuing during recess, passed 2888. 

Resolution for special committee to mvestigate ccmditions 
in Alaska, referred 2609. 



Common Carriers. See Interstate Commerce. 
Comptroller of the Currency. 

Annual report of (H. R. Doc. 10) 16, 17. 
Comstock, Morris M, 

Bills to increase pension (see bills H. R. 11283, 11608). 
Concord, Netv Hampshire 

Amendment in Senate for removal of certain circuit court 
records from Portsmouth to 561. 

Condiments. See Adulteration. 

Condron, WiUiam H. 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11653). 
Cone, Titus K, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11346). 
Conecuh River 

Bill to allow Escambia County, Ala., to bridge (see bill 
H. R. 9281). 

Coneley, James 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5365). 
Confederate Cemeteries 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for obtaining in- 
formation relative to 1152. 
Memorial of legislature of Missouri for Government care 
and attention of 1964. 

Confederates. See War of Rebellion. 

Confirmations. See Executive Nominations and Confirma- 
tions. 

Congaree River 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for improvement 

of (S. Doc. 107) 1597. 
Memorial of legislature of South Carolina for improvement 

of 2122, 2170. 

Congress. See also Committees of Congress; Library of Con- 
gress; Members of Congress; Thanes of Congress. 

Bill to change date of meeting of (see bill S. 5073). 

Joint resolution to pay officers and employees on December 
21 (see H. Res. 311). 

Concurrent resolution in House to adjourn from December 
21, 1898, to January 4, 1899, passed 298, 810, 323. 

Concurrent resolution in House relative to engrossing and 
enrolling of bills and joint resolutions, passed House 2303. 

Congressional Record 

Bill to furnish to public college and school libraries (see 

bills. 5315). 
Joint resolution to furnish to Library of Congress (see S. R. 

222. 
Oder of House that certain remarks of Mr. Hawley of 

Texas be stricken from, passed 1433, 1437. 
Report of Committee on fainting in House recommending 

that certain remarks of Mr. Todd be stricken from, 

adopted (H. R. Report 1827) 1020. 
Memorial of Daniel Murray to correct 2690. 
Petition of James M. Gregory for correction of 2937. 

Conklin, Nelson 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 11350). 

Conlan, Michael 

Amendment in Senate for relief 1479. 

Conlin, Patrick 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. R. 11792). 

Connell, Hiram D. 

Bill for relief of estate (see bill S. 5344). 

Connell, Maurice 

Bill to place on retired list of Army (see bill S. 3323) . 
Connell, WiUiam (a Representative from Pennsylvania) 

Attended 14. 

Leave of absence granted to 1441. 

BtVs and Joint resolutions introduced by 

National Guard: to organize (see bill H. R. 11229) 268. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Pennsylvania, citizens of: against seating B. H. Roberts as 
Representative 1057. 

for postal savings banks 2081. 



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P$tfif0/f$ und pup9f9 pr$$9nM bf, from 

l/rili^ ii^MUm i^fff^^imni mismumMry nocUriUm: s^irMtneat' 
¥ot99 of, Hf^ V*JA hnu Nav Votiw, 

, Airf^»4frMrfii fri H^trittto for f\Ust 1301. 

0aniu>nxi i//if/i^/» /I, (a lifprfttftnlatimfrtmi lUincHs) 

Attitii/M 14, 
AitlnAui*i^ lumfttrtm 7V7, 

(yliMlrmttfi (>i'iiiriHi'><f of WboU) 1714, 
Mm9n(fm»nt$ offorid by, to 

Ariityi Mil t/> rn^iftfitnt^M IHSff. 
Of//i antf foint rooofuilono tniroduood by 

iUtnri iif i'\n\\un', for MnxAntmont of reforeet *nd anrlitorii 
hy (M»«*Mii iMt ii:^7a)H:^a 

l'nlm«ir, John Mi U) p(m«lon (••• bill U. B, 11746) OV). 
Himurk9 by, on 

Ahnijhtumi of raiiiwn 727. 

A\unUtk i^rimUml Uw HH4, tm, 8H7, 890, 018, 017, 018, 03:), 034. 

Army riYortfftnlxiiilon 1180. 

lintMiM of (ioriNoU HN, 

liMlmnnlty to Hpiiln 1004, 1000. 

IntMi'iintioiml AmnrUmn liank 900. 

Niivy ptifMoritiMl bUl 710, 

I'^MMtoit IiUIm H7N, 

TUiknt hroktirntfo OH, 80. 
Hoporto mad§ 6/. from 

IIoikIm of vmmU (bill H. R. A080) SB. 
HulU fiunliut OovArntnont offlo«r» (bill H. B. 6001) 1214. 
r»^l of, Hr4t Yka-ANDNaY VoTBi. 

Ooiinor, Mlohad 

\m to penaion (moo bill B. 0U07). 
Oonttitution of Nio*r*ffu* 

(^opyof (H. I)o(\ 00)001. 

Oonttltution of th« VniUA tUtM 
Jotni rp$olutfon9 for amondmonto to 

/H'///f/om//: to itrohtblt (Ht^ H. Boa. 804), 
Nn»o^»r«.' for mrmit v«)tf> of imum)!© to ©loot (aee 8. B. 248). 
Stufvti^ rttiruliitliiK mbnlanlon Into Union (hoo H. Rm, 803). 
TnnhrH! roUttvo to rutltluntion of (aoo Ii. Hea, 80U). 

Oonatltutionul Atpeota of Annexation 

I*ap0r by Carnmn F. UdndolpH rolativa to 074. 
OonauUr omowra. Siv Dwxmhativ and Oonhular Bkrvics. 
OouauUr Sovvloe. Nri* Dum.omatio and Conhitlar Hrrvicb. 

Ounioutn^a Or«<»k, SoHh (\in>/<i«i 

Atuoiubnout tn Houattt for api>ropriatlon for improvement 

Oimi0«t0d Xl^rtiona in Houae 

Hivwn vn, NitNtMMtMi: ivMolutton tbat Brown is entitled to 
ttojUi i^xmUltnratlon objtH^ttxl to 804. dd86. 
i*t»itulutUM\ that Hwanatm la not entitled to aeat, con- 
mdt^vativm ol»JwttHl to HlKt, a\}ao, 

Oontvaot •uriri»ona, *^w Army* 

Oouiii^ota, NfV rvniao OoNTHAors, 

Convention of American Xnatruetora of the Deaf 

t^^«ob\tUMl in Senate to urint prtHHHHlinire of« passed d090, 
\i^\y\\vi of tirt«K«il« met'ttn^i^ i^. IXk\ ai) 90. 

Ovmway» rnu/y V. 

\\\\\ to \H )wixu\ vi^ ^^i( H. H. U000)« 
l*a\H^\^ i-x^twiv*! in Honee T5^x 

C\Hvk% /»S*»^An'4t't {\ 

\\\\\ \\^ iucreai»e penaivui v^^^ bill ^ tOTO), 
m\ Iv^ )H^i»i<^ i«ee bill ^ ^M^Tu 



Cook, HuUJUih 

Bill to peanum (wee bill fl. R. 110^;. 
Petition for petuooD 675. 

Cookt ^arp L 

Bill to pension reee bill H. R. 7071;. 
Cook, ThomoM JL 

Bill to increaae pension (see InU H. R. 115S6). 
Cooke, Ktlward D. (a Bepresentative from Ulinois) 

Etilo^es in Henate on 1161. 

Hai^ilntions on death of 1161. 

Cooke, PhOlip 

BUI to correct miUtarj record (see bOl 8. 5370). 
Cooley, Ann E, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 204). 
Coombs, John 

Bill to increase pension (see bill 8. 4057). 

Cooney, James (a Representative from Missouri) 
Hills and joint rosolutiono introducod by 

Duckworth, Calvin: to pension (see bill H. R. 11285) 821. 
Henry, John: to pension (see bill H. R. 11837) 1200. 
McCnellan, George S: to pension (see bill H. B. 11284) 821. 
McNutt, James: to pension (see bill H. R. 11287) 821. 
Mnrphy, James M: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 

H. R. 11286) 821. 
Pettis, John: to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 

11471) 401. 
Raney, Margret: to pension (see bill H. R. 11460) 401. 
Shackelford, R. D: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 

H. R. 11470) 401. 
Street, Portia E: to pension (see bill H. R. 11886) 1200. 
Romarks by, on 

Army reorganization (Appendix 100). 
Vanghan, R. E: relief of 270. 
¥otoo of. 8eo Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Coons, J. B. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 4027). 

Cooper, Henry A. (a Representative from Wisconsin) 
Attended 14. 
Bfllo and Joint roooiutions introducod by 

Bintliff, James: to pension (see bill H. R. 11082) 80. 

Janesville, Wis: to erect pnolic building at (see bill H. R. 
11102) 204. 

Staflford, Stephen R: for relief (see bill H. R. 12163) 2170. 
Potittons and paporo prosontod by, from 

Clinton, Wis., chnrclies: for temperance legislation 1203. 

Delavan, Wi9., Baptist Chnrch: against seating B. H. Rob> 
erts as Representative 2122. 

Wisconsin, citizens of: for certain legislation 1064. 
fhmarks by» on 

Alaska criminal laws 546, 547. 
Naval Academy bnildings 2148, 2140, 2152, 2155. 
Scott, Fi^ncis: penaion to 20*32. 
South Milwaukee, Wis., harbor improvement 1864. 
Treaty with Spain 1055. 
¥otot of. See Yka-and-Nay Totbs. 

Cooper, James 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 10000). 

Cooper, John T, 

Petition for relief 2261. 
Cooper, Leifter P. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 2366). 

Cooper, Sam. Bronson (a Representative from Texas) 
Attended 14. 
Appointed conferee 2168. 
Biiis and joint rosoh.'tio^is int r odlfcod by 

Barksdale, Ida: for relief (see bill H. R. 11258) 284. 
Neches and Sabine rivers: to improve (see bill H. R. 11026) 

51. 
Revenue stamps: to allow sale by collectors of intonal rer- 

enne (see biU H. R. 110^) 1474. 
Sam. Allen Lumber Company: for relief (see bill H. B. 

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Cooper— Continued. 
Petittons and papers presented by, from 

Barksdale, Ida: for relief 284. 
Stnnkel, Charles H: for relief 2355. 

Texas, citizens of: for light-house and fog signal at Sabine 
Pass 1148. 

citizens of Colorado County: for relief 054. 

postmasters of Houston County: for increase of com- 

X>ensation 1475. 
sawmill owners of Orange County: relative to inter- 
state commerce 1888. 

citizens of Swift: for postal savings banks 1148. 

Remarks by, on 

Armor plate 2245. 

Sabine Bank, Texas, fog signal 2889. 
Sabine Bank, Texas, light 1658. 
State war expenses 2114. 
Truit, Levi M: relief of 1720. 
War claims 1500, 1505, 1506. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on War Claims 
Stalcup, Mary E. (House Res. No. 859; Report 1710) 380. 
¥ott9 of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Cooper, Solon 

Bill to increase i)ension (see bill H. R. 11327). 
Oopper River and Yukon Railroad Company 

Bill to incorporate and grant right of way (see bill H. B. 
11866). 

Corcoran Art Qallery 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for purchase of 
property formerly used by 1640. 

Core, John.M. 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5113). 
Corgan, John N, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 730). 
Corkhill, Lucinda 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5436). 
Corliss, John B, (a Representative from Michigan) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed teller 2104. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Sundry civil appropriation bill 1864. 

Ticket brokerage: bill to abolish 37. 
Bi//s and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Atlantic and Pacific oceans: for canal connecting waters of 
(see bill H. R. 11274) 820. 

Babbitt, Charles: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 
H. R. 11632) 728. 

Coleman, Minnie: for relief (see bill H. R. 11282) 321. 

Comstock, M. M: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11283) 
321. 

Comstock, Morris M: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 
11608) 680. 

Detroit River: to allow bridge across at Detroit (see bill 
H. R. 11027) 51. 

to allow bridge across west channel of (see bill H. R. 

11601) OSO. 

Eddy, Charles C: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 
H. R. 11610) 680. 

Green, Nelson: for relief (see bill H. R. 11326) 356. 

Pacific telegraph cables: to construct (see bill H. R. 11310) 
356. 

Sheridan, William H: for relief (see bill H. R. 11609) 680. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Akron, Ohio, Chamber of Commerce: for extension of par- 
cels-post facilities 321. 

Canton, Ohio, Board of Trade: for extension of parcels-post 
facilities 321. 

Detroit, Mich., churches and societies: for certain legisla- 
tion 954, 1964. 

Holyoke, Mass., Business Men's Association: for extension 
of parcels-post facilities 321. 

Indianapolis. Ind., Board of Trade: for extension of parcels- 
I>08t facilities 321. 

Los Angeles, Cal., Merchants and Manufacturers* Associa- 
tion: for extension of parcels-post facilities 321. 

Michigan, citizens of: for temperance legislation 525, 954. 

Muscatine, Iowa, Commercial Club: for extension of parcels- 
post facilities 321. 



Corliaa— Continued. 
Remarks by, on 

Economic Postage Association 2106, 2107. 

Leprosy investigation 1661 , 2492. 

Nicaragua Canal 1900. 

Pacific cable 773, 774, 775,776,777,778,1797,1864,1865,1866, 

2897,2900,2901. 
Ticket brokerage 87. 
Voting machines 1611, 1612, 1613. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Election of President and Representatives 

Voting machines (Report 1816) 1012. 
Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
Leprosy investigation (Report 1759) 728. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Cornell, Z, A, 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. R. 11825). 
Comiff, Bartlett 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5264). 
Corporations 

Bill to abrogate Federal jurisdiction over State corpora- 
tions (see bill H. R. 11028). 
Bill limiting liability of stockholders of (see bill H. R. 
11628). 

Corpus Chriati Channel 

Bills to amend act to allow Aransas Harbor Terminal Rail- 
way Company to bridge (see bills S. 5355; H. R. 11796, 
12075). 

Corpus Christi and Padre Iidand Harbor 

Bill to extend tune for construction of (see bill H. R. 11227). 
Corrie, Elizabeth 

BiU to pension (see bill H. R. 12111). 
Corthell, E. L, ( United Staits delegate) 

Letter of Secretary of State transmitting preliminary report 
of Brussels International Congress of Navigation by (S. 
Doc. 76) 1058, 1146. 

''Cost of a National Crime" 

Order of Senate to print paper by Edward Atkinson en- 
titled, passed (S. Doc. 82) 1159. 

Cost of Production. See Industries. 

Costa Rica 

Bill to acquire territory from (see bill H. R. 12123). 
Amendment in Senate to acquire territory from 1918. 

Costello, John 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11945). 
Coston, Ella V, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5574) . 
Cotton 

Bill to fix duty on imported (see bill H. R. 11231). 
Couch, Eli M, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 4547). 

Couch, Rosa M, 

Papers referred in Senate 1373. 
Coughlin, Catharine 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11840). 
Coulie, John D, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 1537). 
Coupon Bonds. See Debt of United States. 

Court of Claims 

Bills for appointment of referees and auditors by (see bills 
S. 5048; H.R.I 1278). 

Bills to provide for attendance of witnesses in matters per- 
taining to (see bills S. 5128; H. R. 11458). 

Bill to fix salaries of chief justice and justices of (see bill 
H. R. 11057). 

Bill to amend act relative to appeals from (see bill H. R. 
11489). 

Resolution of inquiry in Senate relative to judgments of, 
I>a8sed 2359. 

Amendments in Senate relative to payment of auditors and 
referees in 637, 919. 



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Court of Claims— Continned. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for purchase of 
property formerly used by Corcoran Art Gallery for 1640. 

Annual report on judgments of (S. Doc. 15) 16, 18. 

Letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting list of judg- 
ments of (S. Doc. 153; H. R. Doc. 1»7) 1370, 2608. 

Report of Attorney-General on judgments in Indian depre- 
dation claims rendered by (S. Doc. 148; H. R. Doc. 183) 
1233, 2426. 
Reports by 



16. 

18. 

)880. 
167) 880. 



97. 

J. 114) SOT. 



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880. 



() 16. • 
Court of Private Land Claims 

Estimates of appropriations for (H. R. Doc. 74) 165. 
Courts, Joseph 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11378). 

Petition for pension 898. 

Courts-Martial. See Army. 

Courts of United States. See also Supreme Court of United 
States. 

Bill relative to district and circuit (see bill S. 5584). 

Order of Senate to print paper prepared by American Bar 
Association relative to, passed (S. Doc. 142) 2480, 2432. 

Amendment in Senate relative to deposit of moneys in reg- 
istry of 1061. 

ActioTis at law and suits in equity: bill tO' assimilate plead- 
ings, practice, and procedure of United States and 
State courts in (see bill S. 6070). 

bill to abolish distinction between (see bill S. 5071). 

bills to prevent abatement of certain (see bills S. 5259, 

5333; H. R. 6901). 

Admiralty proceedings: bill to amend law relative to deliv- 
ery bond in (see bill H. R. 11178). 

bill to extend jurisdiction of courts in (see bill H. R. 

11739). 

Arizona: bills to fix salaries of chief justice and associate 
justices of supreme court of (see bills S. 5108, 5277; 
H. R. 11574). 

Arkansas: bills to regulate holding courts at Batesville (see 
bills S. 5319; H. R. 11740). 

Circuit: bill to define judicial circuits (see bill S. 4885). 

bill for additional judges in Fifm and Sixth (see bill 

H. R. 421). 

bill for additional judge in Third (see bill H. R. 7094) . 

bill to regulate practice, pleadings, form, and mode 

of proceeding in civil causes in equity in (see bill 
H.R. 10961). 

memorial of legislature of Utah for creation of addi- 
tional 2357. 

Circuit courts of appeal: bills to amend act relative to right 
of appealer United States from judgments of (see 
bills S. 5129; H. R. 11459). 

Commissioners: bills to amend act relative to fees of (see 
bills S. 4979; H. R. 11441). 

Criers in: amendment in Senate imposing on marshals, dep- 
uty marshals, and bailiffs, duties of 2859. 

Florida: tiill to amend act to change boundaries of judicial 
districts of (see bill S. 5414). 



Courts of United States— Continued. 

Georgia: bill to create northwestern division of northern 

judicial district of (see bill S. 5586). 
Indian Territory: bills to regulate holding courts in central 

district of (see bills S. 5437; H. R. 11939). 
Indiana: bill to regulate holding courts at Hammond (see 

billH.R. 10563). 
amendment in Senate to bill (H. R. 10583) to regu- 
late holding courts at Hammond 957. 
Iowa: bill to create central division of southern judicial 

district of (see bill H. R. 12063). 
Judgments: bill to amend law relative to stay of execution 

after (see bill H. R. 2480). 
resolution of inquiry in Senate relative to, passed 

2359. 
letter of Attomey-Greneral transmitting list of (S, 

Doc. 154; H. R. Doc. 188) 1292. 2606. 
Juries: bill to provide for feeding (see bill H. R. 2480). 
amendment in Senate providing for jury trials in 

orphans* court 2265. 
Jurisdiction of: bill defining (see bill S. 5259). 

bill restoring in certain cases (see bill H. R. 11684). 

Jurors: bill to amend law relative to disqualification of 

persons from serving as (see bill H. R. 11955). 
Mississippi: bills to regulate holding courts at BUoxi (see 

iSlls S. 5376; H. R. 11859). 
bills to attach Claiborne County to western division 

of southern judicial district of (see bills S. 5450; 

H. R. 11999). 
Montana: bill to regulate holding courts at Butte (see bill 

S. 162). 
New Mexico: bills to fix salaries of chief justice and associate 

justices of supreme court of (see bills S. 5108, 5277; 

H. R. 11574). 
North Carolina: bills to establish term of circuit court for 

Newbem and Elizabeth City (see bills S. 5009; H. 

R. 10998). 
Oklahoma Territory: bills fixing salaries of chief justice and 

associate justices of supreme court of (see bills S. 

5108, 5277; H. R. 11574). 
Orphans' court: amendment in Senate providing for jury 

trials in 2265. 
South Carolina: bill to regulate holding courts in (see bill 

S.4826). 
Stay of execution: bill to amend law relative to (see bill H. 

R. 2480). 
Suits: bill to assimilate pleadings, practice, and procedure 

of United States and State courts in actions at law 

and suits in equity (see bill S. 5070). 
bin to abolish distinction between actions at law 

and suits in equity (see bill S. 5071). 
bill to authorize revival of suits against public oflS- 

cers (see bills. 5132). 
bills to prevent abatement of suits against United 

States for claims (see bills S. 5259, 5333). 
bill to authorize revival of suits by or against public 

officers (see bill H. R. 6901). 
Tennessee: bill to regulate holding courts in northern divi- 
sion of eastern district of (see bill H. R. 11029). 
Texas: bill to regulate holding courts at Laredo (see bill 

H. R. 5497). 
bill to transfer Menard County from western district 

to northern district of (see bill H. R. 9955). 
bill to amend act to regulate holding courts in north- 
em district of (see bill H. R. 11495). 
Virginia: bill relative to clerks and records of court for east- 
ern judicial district of (see bill H. R. 11160). 
JVitnesses: bill to amend law relative to (see bill H. R. 

10995). 
estimate of deficiency appropriation for fees of (H. R. 

Doc. 259) 2529. 

Cousens, George L. 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11721). 
Petition for relief 882. 

Cousins, Robert G. (a itepresentativefrom Iowa) 

Attended 14. 

Leave of absence granted to 2169. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced 6/ 

Cone, Titus K: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11346) 357, 

Standard of value: to declare (see bill H. R. 10958) 16. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Iowa, citizens of Hartland: for temperance legislation 826. 

Iowa churches: for temperance legislation 1338. 

Mount Vernon, Iowa, churches and societies: for certain 
legislation 954. 



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Oousiu 8 — Continaed. 
Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization 1160. 
Dinglej, Nelson: death of 1768, 1778. 
Simpkins, John: death of (Appendix 228). 

Reports made by, from 

Committee on Foreign Affairs 
Bates, A. E. (Report 2117| 1916. 
Breckinridge, Clifton B. (Report 2122) 1916. 
Bnckingham, B. H. (Report 2119) 1916. 
Dobbms, C. R. (Report 2121) 1916. 
Kinyoun, Joseph J. (Report 2113) 1916. 
Rodgers, Raymond P. (Report 2115) 1916. 
Russian medals for navy officers (Report 2114) 1916. 
Schofield, John M. (Report 2120) 1916. 
Vifquain, Victor (Report 2118) 1916. 
Williams, John R. (Report 2116) 1916. 

Ifotesof. >S^ Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Coventon, James H. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 1906). 

Covert, Jacob 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. R. 6930). 

Cowden, LcTia P. 

Letter of Secretary of War transmitting information rela- 
tive to services rendered United States during war with 
Spain by (S. Doc. 157) 2606, 2689. 

Cowdon, John and James Seldon 

Bill to authorize them to improve Mississippi River (see bill 
S. 5484). 

Cowherd, Wiiliam S, (a Representative from Missouri) 
Attended 14. 
Appointed conferee 198, 2528. 

Amendments offered by, to 

Army: bill to reorganize 1257. 

River and harbor appropriation bill 1406. 

Bi/fs and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Kennedy, Hannah: for relief (see bill H. R. 12152) 2170. 
Luttrell, Margaret: for relief (see bill H. R. 12178) 2855. 
Meyers, Benjamin: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 

H. R. 11144) 165. 
Missouri River: to allow bridge across, at Lexington (see 

bill H. R. 11269) 820. 
Neil, John F: for relief (see biU H. R. 12192) 2580. 
Surber, Andrew J: for relief of heirs (see bill H. R. 11145) 

165. 
War expenditures: to amend act to provide ways and means 

to meet (see bill H. R. 11158) 204. 
Ward. Milo B: for relief (see bill H. R. 11684) 728. 

Motions and resolutions offered by 

Kansas Cit^, Mo: to investigate deli^' in construction of 
public building at (House Res. No. 857) 856. 

Petitions twd papers presented by, from 

Kansas City, Mo., Methodist Episcopal Preachers' Meeting: 

against seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 1591. 
Meyers, Benjamin: for relief 165. 
Missouri, citizens of: for improvement of Missouri River 

1964. 
citizens of Hugginsville: for postal savings banks 

1528. 
Neill, John F: for relief 2530. 
Surber, Andrew J: for relief 821. 
Ward, Milo B: for relief 2530. 

Remarks by, on 

Alaska criminal laws 892. 

Army reorganization (Appendix 121). 

Bureau of Animal Industry employees 350, 851. 

District of Oohmibia appropriation bill: conference report 

on 2760. 
District of Columbia assessment certificates 989, 940. 
District of Columbia public works 2241, 2242. 
Great Falls of Potomac River 117, 121, 127, 128. 
Incidental sul^jects 2910. 
Lexington, Mo., bridge 1215. 
Missouri River improvement 1406. 
Post-Office appropriation bill 817, 822, 828. 
S street extension 944. 



Cowherd— Continued. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on the District of Columbia 
Claims for material and labor (Report 2059) 1686. 
S street extension (Report 1797) 881. 
notes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Cowles, James L, 

Order of Senate to print statement relative to railway-mail 
pay hy, passed (S. Doo. 129) 2182. 

Cowles, William A, 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 2678). 

Report of Court of Claims on claim of (S. Doo. 14) 18. 

Cox, Nicholas N, (a Representative from Tennessee) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed teller 2742. 
Dills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Columbia, Tenn: to establish military post at (see biU H. R. 
12201) 2605. 

Linch, John: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11863) 881. 
Remarks by, on 

Adams, Abel: relief of estate 878, 879. 

Approval of Journal 932. 

Army appropriation bill 1804, 2402, 2404, 2475. 

Army reorganization 355, 851, 976, 977, 979, 985, 988, 990, 
1036, 1037, 1038, 1088, 1084, 1085, 1086. 1087, 1091, 1168, 1175, 
1176, 1182, 1290, 1291, 1318, 1825, 1326, 1828. 1882, 1888. 

Bonds of consuls 88. 

Bonds of United States: payment of 482, 488. 

Currency bill 490. 

De Coster, Frandsco V: relief of 2064, 2065. 

Department of Justice building 2764, 2765. 

Extra pay to volunteers 442, 448. 

Foster, Cassius Q: relief of 412. 

Holmes, Prentice: relief of 806. 

Incidental subjects 26, 1498. 

International American Bank 197, 198, 220, 221, 222, 229, 280, 
231, 232, 234, 235, 239, 240. 241, 248. 

Kilbum, W. A: relief of 871. 

Ljmch, John: pension to 2029. 

Maps of Cuba 2895. 

Military Academy appropriation bill 1454, 1455, 1457, 1458. 

Navy personnel bill 715, 716. 

Pacific Cable Company 774. 

Pension bills 2339, 2341, 2342, 2344, 2345. 

Public building bills 1564, 1565, 1567, 1568. 

River and harbor appropriation bill 1351. 

Stamps on mortgages 1654. 

Tewksbury, Samuel: relief of estate 2102. 

War deficiency appropriation bill 75, 77, 78. 

William Cramp & Sons Ship and Engine Building Com- 
pany: relief of 854, 855. * 

Williams, W. D: relief of 940, 941. 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Cox, William L, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11388). 
Coyle, Patrick 

Bill to remove chai-ge of desertion (.see bill H. R. 11276), 
Cozzens, Charlotte B, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 6918). 
Craig, John D, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5018). 

Craig, John H. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11298). 
Craig, William t 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 12216). 
Craig, William E. 

* Bill for relief of estate (see bill H. R. 11156), 
Cramer, Mary L, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11422). 

Papers referred in House 429. 

Crandall, John H, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 4488). 
CrandaU, W. W. 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11854). 



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Crane, Heater 8, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 12040). 
Cranford, John W, (a Bepresentative from Texas) 

Leave of absence granted to 727. 
Besolntions on death of 2787, 2880. 
Resolntion for enlogies on 2814, 2980. 
Eulogies on (Appendix 158, 250, 200). 

Cranston, Bishop Earl, and others 

Joint resolntion of inquiry relative to outrages committed 
by Chinese on (see ST. Res. 298). 

Resolution of inquiry in House relative to alleged outrages 
committed by Chinese upon, passed 1452. 

Message of President relative to Chinese outrages com- 
mitted upon (H. R. Doc. 227) 1828. 

Letter relative to outrages committed by Chinese on 158. 

Cranston, Mary J. 

Bill for reUef (see bill S. 8816). 
Craw, Richard H. L, 

Bill for relief (see bUl H. R. 12097). 

Petition for relief from charge of desertion 1829. 

Crawford, Eliza R, 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 5145). 
Crawford, James S, 

Papers withdrawn in House 2902. 
Creager, Jacob 

Papers referred in House 898. 
Credit Mobilier 

Remarks by Mr. Todd on investigation of (Appendix 8). 
Creek Nation. See Indian Tbrritort. 
Creek Reservation. See Indians. 
Creeks. See Indians. 
Creighton, Elmina 

Bills to pension (see bills H. ft. 11985, 12017). 
Creston, loica 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H, R. 11360). 

Crider, S. F. 

Bill for relief of estate (see bill S. 5301). 
« Criminal Aggression; By Whom Committed." 

Order of Senate to print paper prepared by Edward Atkin- 
son entitled, passed (S. Doc. 163) 2807. 

Criminal Code for Alaska. See Alaska. 

Crinigan, Thomas 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 12026). 
Crise, Franklin 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11995). 
Critchfield, Samuel 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 11278). 
Critzer, Charles 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 3475). 
Cromis, George W, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 4953). 

Crook, William H, 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation to pay 2809. 
Crooks, James and William 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 2650). 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation to pay legal repre- 
sentatives of 2432, 2536, 2808. 

Crosby, Nelly V. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 10480). 

Cross, George 

Petition for relief 1779. 
Cross, Isabella 

Bill to pension (see bUl H. R. 8180). 
Crow, Flathead, etc., Indian Commission 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for continuing 
work of 466. 

Crow Reservation. See Indians. 



Crowe, Craven 

Papers withdrawn in House 88. 
Crowley, Louisiana 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 11954). 
Cruisers. See Navy. 
Crump, Rosseau O, (a Representative from Michigan) 

Attended 14. 

Leave of absence granted to 727. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Cheboygan, Mich., churches and societies: for certain legis- 
lation 1591. 
Michigan, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1523, 1672. 

citizens of Petoskey : for temperance legislation 1013. 

citizens of Saline: for temperance legislation 1338. 

Petoskey, Mich., churches and societies: for temperance 
legislation 1013. 
¥ote$ of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Crumpacker, Edgar D. (a Representative from Indiana) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed on committee 869. 

Leave of absence granted to 428. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Alaska: bill to define and punish crimes in 892. 

International American Bank: bill to incorporate 250. 

River and harbor appropriation bill 1863. 

Sundry civil appropriation bill: indemnity to Spain 1956. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Ritter, John: for relief (see bill H. R. 11167) 204. 

Twelfth Census: for information relative to basis of repre- 
sentation under (see bill H. R. 11982) 1474. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Johnston, Oeorge W: to withdraw his papers 2771. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Indiana, citizens of: for certain legislation 954, 1200. 

citizens of Valparaiso: against seating B. H. Roberts 

as Representative 1412. 

Indiana Grand Army of Republic: for certain legislation 
429. 

Indiana legislature: for payment of tax by telegraph and 
express companies 2036. 

Ritter, John, and others: for relief 204. 

White County, Ind., Quarterly Conference: against seating 
B. H. Roberts as Representative 2036. 
Remarks by, on 

Alaska criminal laws 392, 395, 542, 548, 544, 545, 548. 

Army reorganization 1036-1039. 

Brown vs, Swanson: contested election 804, 805, 2236, 2237, 
2917. 

Hammond, Ind., courts 378. 

Indenmity to Spain 1948, 1956, 1957. 

International American Bank 250. 

Michigan City, Ind., harbor improvement 1368. 

Michigan City, Ind., steam whistle 768, 

Philippine Islands 1036-1039. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Census 

Twelfth Census (Report 2356) 2986. 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Crystal Spring?, Arkansas 

Bill donating lands to (sea bill H.R. 11111). 

Cuba 

Joint resolution for monument at Havana to victims of de- 
straction of battle ship Maine (sea S. R. 187). 

Joint resolution to present bronze medals to officers and 
men of North Atlantic Squadron to commemorate naval 
battle of Santiago (see S. R. 213). 

Joint resolutions to print reports of Robert P. Porter on in- 
dustrial and commercial conditions of (see S. R. 230; H. 
Res. 350). 

Joint resolution tendering thanks of Congress to officers and 
men of North Atlantic Squadron and anny of Cuban in- 
vasion for achievements at Santiago (see H. Res. 302). 
*" itesolution in Senate for special committee to investigate 

conditions in, reported back 167, 298, 323, 863. 
"Amendment in Senate relative to franchises in and future 
government for 2572. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for purchase of 
garden and field seed for distribution among people of 
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Cuba— Contintied. 

Message of President transmitting report relative to fran- 
chises in (S. Doc. 110) 1876, 1642. 

Report of Secretary of War relative to garrisons to be es- 
tablished in (H. B. Doc. 85) 37, 158, 268. 

Culberson, Charles A, (a Senator-elect from Texas) 
Credentials presented 1372. 

Cullom^ Shelby M. (a Senator from lUinoia) 
Attended 1. 
Appointed conferee 602, 1883, 1983, 2708, 2836. 

Mmendments offered by, to 

Army: bill to reorganize 2375. 
Post-Office appropriation bill 2044. 
River and harbor api)ropriation bill 2301. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill 2359, 2558. 

Bi/fe and Joint reeoluthns introduced by 

Chapman, Lydia: for relief (see bill S. 4967) 92. 

Craig, John D: to increase pension (see bill S. 5018) 206. 

Denham, William: to pension (see bill S. 4968) 92. 

Elgin, 111: to erect public buildmg at (see bills S. 5457, 5551) 

1479, 2086. 
Freeport, HI: to erect public building at (see bill S. 5565) 

2207. 
Hawaii: to provide government for (see bill S. 4893) 20. 

relatmg to postal savings banks in (see bill S. 4945) 55. 

relating to silver coinage in (see bill S. 4946) 55. 

Joliet, 111: to erect public building at (see bill S. 5550) 2086. 
Palmer, John M: to pension (see bill S. 5342) 920. 

Motions and resotutions offered by 
Adjourn: to 1889, 1496. 
Cooke, Eduard D: on death of 1161. 
Executive session: for 1989. 
Hawaiian Commission: to print report of 167. 
House of Representatives: notification to 2. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

American Cigar Makers' International Union: against terri- 
tori^ expansion 1414. 

Bellamy, III., Association of Machinists: for labor legisla- 
tion 1374. 

Belvidere, HI., Cigar Makers* International Union: against 
territorial expansion 2427. 

Bloomington, III., Grand Army of Republic: against pen- 
sioning Confederate soldiers 1059. 

Bloomington, 111., Liquor Dealers' Association: relative to 
liquor tax 1414. 

Champaign , 111. , CHgar Makers' International Union: against 
territorial expansion 1060. 

Chicago, m.. Alien B. Wrisley Company: for improvement 
of levee system 1060. 

Chicago, m.. Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and Join- 
ers: for labor legislation 1374. 

Chicago, 111., American Protective Association: against sec- 
tarian appropriations 1729. 

Chicago, Bl., Bamhardt Brothers and Spindler: to increase 
American shipping 2427. 

Chicago, m.. Chapman and Smith Company: relative to 
second-class mail matter 1374. 

Chicago, lU., Citizens' Association: relative to civil service 
1374. 

Chicago, HI., Commercial Men's Association: for present 
system of ticket brokerage 1374. 

Chicago, HI., Department of Health: for pure-food legisla- 
tion 2427. 

Chicago, 111., Humane Society: for antivivisection legisla- 
tion 2775. 

Chicago, ni.. International Association of Machinists: for 
labor legislation 1414. 

Chicago, HI., International Packing Company: to increase 
rank of veterinary surg^eons 1374. 

Chicago, HI., Mailers' Union: for labor legislation 1414. 

Chicago, HI., Merchants' Club: against present system of 
ticket brokerage 782. 

Chicago, HI. , Old Tippecanoe Club: for ratification of treaty 
1374. 

Chicago, 111., Omaha Packing Ck>mpany: relative to second- 
• class mail matter 1374. 

Chicago, HI. , Pasteur Vaccine Company: relative to vaccine 
1060. 

Chicago, 111., Remington-Sholes Typewriter Company: rel- 
ative to Paris Exposition 1414. 

Chicago, HI., Society of Ethical Culture: relative to Philip- 
pine Islands 2427. 



CuUom— Continued. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Clinton, HI., Christian Endeavor Society: for temperance 
legislation 1374. 

Davidson, Charles: for employment of trained nurses in 
Army 2427. 

Evanston, HI., Home Missionary societies: against seating 
B. H. Roberts as Representative 1060. 

Galveston, Tex.. Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners: 
for labor legislation 1729. 

Hlinois, citizens of: for temx>erance legislation 1060. 

to increase rank of veterinary surgeons 782. 

for labor legislation 1374, 1729, 24558. 

for temperance legislation 2428, 2775. 

relative to quarantine legislation 2428. 

citizens of Chicago: relative to irrigation 1080. 

for division of nunes and mining 1374. 

citizens of Iroquois: for temperance legislation 1414. 

Illinois business firms and companies: relative to second- 
class mail matter 1203. 

Illinois churches and societies: for labor legislation 2428. 

for temperance legislation 1729, 2428. 

Hlinois Cigar Makers' International unions: against terri- 
torial expansion 781, 1374. 

Hlinois Commercial Men's Association: for present system 
of ticket brokerage 1060. 

Hlinois labor unions and associations: for labor legislation 
1729, 2775. 

Hlinois Liquor Dealers' unions and associations: relative to 
revenue tax 1060, 1374, 1729. 

Hlinois manufacturing companies: relative to Paris expo- 
sition 1374. 

Hlinois Medical Veterinary Association: to increase rank of 
veterinary surgeons 1060. 

Hlinois Patrons of Husbandry: for pure-food legislation 
2427. 

Illinois universities: for pure-food legislation 2427. 

Indianapolis, Ind., Winter Wheat Millers' League: to in- 
crease American shipping 1729. 

Iroquois, HI., Woman s Christian Temperance Union: for 
temperance legislation 1414. 

Jamestown. N. Y., Political Equality Club: for woman suf- 
frage in Hawaii 1729. 

Jones, S. J., for pure-food commission 1729. 

Lee, Edward T: for amendment to Constitution 1729. 

Lockport, 111., Farmers' Institute: for temperance legisla- 
tion 1414. 

Mathewson, R: for certain legislation 1374. 

Milhenning, J: for certain legislation 2428. 

Moline, 111., Club: to increase American shipping 1729. 

Moline, 111., Deere & Co: relative to Paris Exposition 1414. 

Pennwitt, W. C: relative to national university 2584. 

Peoria, HI., Iron Moulders' Union: relative to second-class 
mail matter 1374. 

Peoria. HI., Retail Merchants' Association: for pure-food 
legislation 2427. 

Perkins, (Jeorge W: against territorial expansion 781. 

Quincy, HI., Chamber of Commerce: for certain legislation 
782. 

Quincy, HI., Freight Bureau: relative to interstate com- 
merce 782. 

Springfield, HI., Boiler Makers and Iron Shipbuilders' Asso- 
cianon: to increase American shipping 782. 

United States, labor unions and associations of: for labor 
legislation 2428. 

Vermilion County, HI., board of supervisors: for certain 
legislation 1060. 

fiemarks by, on 

Agricultural appropriation bill 1749. 

AUska criminal laws 1888, 1890, 1891. 

Appropriation bills 1748, 1749. 

Army reorganization 2375, 2376. 

Beckerd, Sebastian: relief of 2776. 

Calumet harbor improvement 2801. 

Cooke, Edward D: death of 1161. 

Copyright law 1607, 1608, 1642, 1643. 

Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill 1207, 1208, 1210. 

Fast mail service 1931, 1934. 

Hawaiian government 2611. 2612, 2613, 2614. 

Hickey, Thomas: relief of 2366. 

Kurfiss, William D: relief of 1560. 

Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 1606, 
1607, 1608, 1642, 1643, 1645, 1646, 1647, 1679, 1680, 1681,1682, 
1684, 1685, 1686, 1743, 1744, 1745, 1746, 1747, 1748,1749, 2127. 

Morrill, Justin S: death of 2181. 

Order of business 1731, 1740, 1741. 



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Remarks by, on 

Palmer, John M: penBion to 1992. 
Pasadena and Mount Wilson Railway 2058« 
Pnenmatic-tnbe system 2049, 2064. 
Portrait of Pocahontas 2542. 
Supervising Architect's Office 1648, 1644, 1645, 1647. 
Ticket brokerage 287, 299, 1890, 1891, 1939, 2098. 
Beport9 made by, from 
Committee of conference 
Agricultural appropriation bill (bill H. B. 11266) 2480. 
Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill (biU 
H. R. 11414) 2087. 
Committee on Appropriations 
Agricultural appropriation bill (bill H. B. 11266: Report 

1604) 1478. 
Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill (bill 
H. B. 11414; Beport 1526) 1015. 
Committee on Foreign Relations 

Hawaiian Islands government (bill S. 4893) 858. 
Committee on Useless Papers in Treasury Department 
(Bkport 1851) 2535. 
fbfes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Cullums Bipple. See Ohio Biveb. 
Cumberland Presbyterian Church of Athens, Alabama 

Bill for investigation and payment of claim of (see bill 
S.5529). 

Cumberland Biver 

Bill to provide snag boat for (see bill H. B. 11941). 
Amendment in Senate for appropriation to purchase and 
equip snag boat to be used in 1640. 

Cummings, Amos J, (a Representative from New York) 
Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 2755, 2919, 2926. 
Leave of absence granted to 51. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army: bill to reorganize 1284, 1322. 

Navy and Marine Corps: bill to increase efficiency of per- 
sonnel 719. 
Bi/fs and joint resofuthns introduced by 

Bolten, August, and Gustavo Bichelieu: for relief (see H. 

Bes. 866) 1916. 
District of Q>lumbia: for relief of holders of tax-sale certifi- 
cates in (see bUl H. B. 11870) 1233. 
Narjes, John A: for relief (see biU H. B. 11871) 1284. 
Nostrand, Warner H: for relief (see H. Bes. 356) 1528. 
Public documents: to prohibit placing advertisements on 

(see bill H. B. 12162) 2203. 
Schneider, Beinhard: for relief (see bill H. B. 11890) 1293. 
Spinner, Francis E: to erect statue of (see H. Beus. 875) 2530. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 
Larson, Carl P: for relief 1726. 
McGill, Daniel: for relief 2937. 
New York, citizens of Bochester: for woman suffrage in 

Hawaii 1148. 
Schneider, Beinhard: for relief 1888. 
Remarks by, on 

Armor plate 2192, 2251, 2252, 2353, 2255, 2256, 2754. 

Army reorganization 1284, 1308, 1311, 1312, 1322, 1323, 1324. 

Boston, Mass., navy-yard 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006. 

Local self-government 1308. 

Naval Academy buildings 2068, 2147, 2148, 2153, 2164. 

Navy appropriation bill 1998. 

Navy personnel bill 707, 710, 713, 716, 717, 719, 720. 

New York harbor improvement 1359, 1360. 

William Oamp Sc Sons' Ship and Engine Building Com- 
pany: relief of 858, 861. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on the Litnury 

Cheyenne, Wyo., monument (Bepobt 1850) 1146. 

" Grant and his Gtenerals"— painting (Beport 2128) 1916. 

Gridley, Charles Vernon: monument to (Beport 2187) 2080. 

Hahnemann, Samuel: statue (Beport 2322) 2689. 

Lincoln statue at G^ettysburg (Beport 2087) 1725. 

Spinner, Francis £.— statue (Beport 2311) 2604. 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Chimmings, Levi C. 

Bill to correct military record (see bill S. 4874) • 



Cunningham, H, R. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation to pay 2609, 
Cunningham, James (deceased) 

Papers referred in House 2086. 
Cunningham, Moses 

Bill for reUef of estate (see bill H. B. 12180). 
Curd, Daniel B. 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 11748). 
Currency 

Bills to regulate (see bills H. B. 10289, 11411). 

Curriden, Joseph 

Besolution in House to refer claim to Court of GUdms, 
passed 1504. 

Curry, Amx)s P. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5558). 
Curry, B, J, 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 5220). 
Curry, John 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. B. 11040). 

Curtis, Charles (a Representative from Kansas) 
Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 1671, 2196. 
Leave of absence granted to 244, 597. 
Biiis and joint resolutions introduced by 

Brooks, William Q: to pension (see bill H. B. 11922) 1338. 
Carter, Maggie £: to pension (see bill H. B. 11579) 674 
Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Bailroad Company : granting 

right of way to (see biU H. B. 11862) 1199. 
Clark, John A: for relief (see bill H. B. 11483) 491. 
Curd, Daniel B: for relief (see bill H. B. 11748) 958. 
Guernsey, John H: for relief (see bill H. B. 11484) 491. 
Hoffman, Mary L: for relief (see bill H. B. 11806) 1056. 
Indian lands: for acqxiiringright of way by railroad com- 

panies through (see bill H. B. 11868) 1233. 
Indian Territory: to extend laws of Arkansas relating to 

corporations to (see bill H. B. 11718) 826. 
Indian Territory Odd Fellows* Lodge: to incorporate (see 

bill H. B. 12096) 1829. 
Jones, Thomas T: to pension (see bill H. B. 11719) 881. 
Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas Kailway Company: granting 

right of way to (see bill H. B. 12069) 1725. 
King, Anna: to pension (see bill H. B. 11778) 1018. 
Painter, George: to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11720) 

881 
Pottawatomie Indians: for relief (see bill H. B. 12095) 1829. 
Wichita and Southern Bailway Company: granting right of 

way to (see bill H. B. 12057) 1637. 
Willis, Margaret: to pension (see bill H. B. 11485) 491. 
Wilsey, John A: to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11486) 

491. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Hedge, Fred W: to continue as messenger (House Bes. No. 

890) 1590. 
Indian Territory: to print law for protection of people of 

2904. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Allen, Walter N: for abolition of official crop reports 882. 
Anderson, Peter: for increase of pension 1338. 
Burlington, Kans., churches: against sale of liquor in Gov- 
ernment buildings 17. 
Burlington, Kans., Woman's CJhristian Temperance Union: 

against sale of liquor in Government buildings 17. 
Byingtou, Le Grand: for certain legislation 1057. 
Ellet, Abagail B: for pension 525. 
Harrison, Emily C: for pension 491. 

Horton, Kans., Board of Trade: for amendment of inter- 
state-commerce law 17. 
Indian Territory, (^uapaw Indians of: for certain legislation 

2203. 
Judd, C. P: for relief 491. 
Kansas, citizens of: relative to bankruptcy law 491. 

for temperance legislation 675. 

citizens of Emporia: against sectarian schools 491. 

citizens of Fort Leavenworth: for relief 954. 

postmasters of: for increase of compensation 1523, 

2355. 
Kansas churches and societies: for certain legislation 2355, 
Kansas senate: for relief of merchant marine 1474. 



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Curtis— Continaed. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Kansas Woman's Christian Temperance Union: as^ainst 
seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 1018. 

Larrabee, Eans., Grand Army of Republic: for employ- 
ment of honorably discharged soldiers 882. 

Lawrence, Kans., Grand Army of Republic: to increase 
pay of private soldier 491, 

Leavenworth, Kans., Civic Federation: relative to census 
bill 1013. 

Lynn, O. J: for pension 2355. 

Philaddphia, Pa., sodeties: for anti-scalping bill 17. 

SaUna, Kans., Ghrand Army oi Republic: for ratification of 
treaty with Spain 491. 

South McAlester, Ind. T., Commercial Club: for certain 
legislation 2355. 

Topeka, Kans., Commercial dub: for certain legislation 826. 

Bemarks 6/, on 

Brown, George: pension to 1720. 

Heck, Peter: relief of 2341. 

Lower Brule and Rosebud Indians 2768, 2764. 

Nez Perces Indian Reservation 1655. 

Railroad right of way 1758, 1754,1756, 1796, 1797, 1849, 2471, 

2472. 
St. Louis, Oklahoma and Southern Railway Company 1393, 

1394. 
Topeka, Kans., public building 1575. 

Reports made by, from 
Committee on Indian Affairs 
Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad Company (Report 

2058) 1686. . 
Indian Territory corporations (Report 1901) 1441. 
Nez Perces Reservation (Rkpo&t 1822) 1012. 
Railroad right of way through Indian lands (Report 1896) 

1411. 
St Louis, Oklahoma and Southern Railway Ck>mpany (Re- 
port 1818) 1012. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Curtis, George M. (a Representative from Iowa} 
Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 196, 2473, 2528, 2908. 
Bi/is and joint resolutions introduced by 

Belt Railway Company: to allow use of electric system by 

(see bill H. R. 11444) 464. 

to allow to extend line (see bill H. R. 12028) 1590. 

Butterfield, J. Ware: for relief (see bill H. R. 11518) 559. 
Cahill, Cornelius: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 

H. R. 11035) 53. 
City and Suburban Railway Company: to amend charter 

of (see bUl H. R. 11251) 284. 
Clinton, Iowa: to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 

119G5il4l2. 
Copper River and Yukon Railroad Company: to incorporate 

(see bill H. R. 11866) 1233. 
District of Columbia: to widen Nineteenth street in (see 

biU H. R. 11186) 165. 

to extend S street in (see bill H. R. 11597) 674. 

to regulate practice of dentistry in (see bill H. R. 

11655) 779. 
to prohibit sale of Intoxicating liquors on Sunday in 

(see bill H. R. 11788) 953. 
relating to office of secretary of (see bill H. R. 11734) 

953 
to extend Sixteenth street in (see bill H. R. 11797) 

1056. 
to amend act for opening alleys in (see bill H. R. 

11877) 1233. 
to regulate exemption of church imd school property 

in (see bill H. R. 11986) 1871. 
to amend act for opening alleys in (see bill H. R. 

11937) 1371. 
to establish municipal court for (see bill H. R. 12010) 

1522. 
to extend Le Droit avenue in (see bill H. R. 12043) 

1637. 
to distinctly designate parcels of land in (see bill 

H. R. 12062) 1672. 
Government Insane Hospital: to allow issue ofpermits for 
temporary confinement of lunatics in (see H. Res. 871) 
2260 
Horn, Friti: for relief (see l^I H. R. 11259) 284. 
Johnson, Augustus: for relief (see bill H. R. 11828) 856. 
HiddlstoD, J. V.D: for relief see 1hUH.R. 11450) 464. 

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Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Smith, George A: for relief (see bill H. R. 11517) 559. 
Washington Public Library: to provide building site for 

(see bUls H. R. 11598, 11712) 674, 826. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

American Humane Society: for anti-vivisection bill 464. 
Des Moines, Iowa, Commercial Exchange: for Port Arthur 

Canal 2122. 
Iowa, citizens of Maquoketa: for temperance legislation 
1234. 

postmasters of Muscatine County: for increase of 

compensation 2122. 
Iowa State Board of Health: for national bureau of health 

464. 
Tri-City Labor Congress: for labor legislation 2122. 
Washington City Free Library: to provide site for building 

675. 
Remarks by, on 

American Social Science Association 935. 

Arrearages of taxes 936. 

Capital Railway Company 985. 

City and Suburban Railway Company 628, 2241. 

Clinton, Iowa, public building 1587. 

Cranston, Mary J: relief of 940. 

District of Columbia appropriation bill: conference report 

on 2909, 2918. 
District of Columbia assessment certificates 987. 
District of 0)lumbia business 507. 
District of Colxmibia weighmasters 984, 
Flour inspection 114, 115, 128. 
Frederich, Minnie: relief of heirs 940. 
Frederick Douglass Memorial and Historical Association 

942. 
Gearkee, John H: pension to 2840. 
Government Insane Hospital 986. 
Height of buildings 985. 
Holmes, Prentice: relief of 806, 852. 
New Hampshire Avenue extension 942. 
Nineteenth Street improvement 941, 942, 1892. 
Pennsylvania avenue extension 942. 
Perna, Francisco: relief of 940. 
Removal of weeds 986. 
Rhode Island avenue extension 1836, 1408. 
Rock Creek Park roadway 944, 945. 
S street extension 948, 944. 
Un:afe buildings 934, 985. 
Washington, D. C, cwitennial celebration 2248. 
Williams, W. D: relief of 940. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee of conference 
District of Columbia wharves and public spaces (bill H. R. 

10294) 2769. 
Impersonation of weighmasters (bill H. R. 8626) 2769. 
Rhode Island avenue extension (bill S. 4571) 1336, 1408. 
Committee on the District of Coittmbia 
City and Suburban Railway Company (H. Res. 326; Re- 
port 17^) 524. 
City and Suburban Railway Company (Report 1800) 881, 
Government Hospital for Insane (Report 1735) 683. 
Height of buildings (Report 1704) 856. 
Impersonation of weighmasters (Report 1705) 856. 
Metropolitan Railroad extension (Report 1786) 688. 
Opening of alleys (Report 2062)* 1636. 
Removal of unsafe buildings (Report 1708) 856. 
Rock Creek Park road (Report 1806) 881. 
Washington, D. C. centennial (Report 2090) 1725. 
Washington and University Railroad Ccnnpany (Report 

2063) 1686w 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Curtis, George W. 

Bill for relief of estate (see bill H. R. 11897). 

Cusack, Annie 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H, R. 10605), 

Gushing, Elizabeth 8, 

Bill for relief of estate (see bill H. R. 273). 
Custer County, Montana 

Bill for relief (see bUl S. 5482). 

Amendment in Senate for relief 957, 1640. 

Custody of Dies, BollSy and Plates. iS^ Bureau of ENORAvma 
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CuBtoms Duties. iSee Import Duties. 
Customs Officers 

Bill to fix salary of collector at Galveston, Tex. (see bill 

H. R. 8558). 
Amendment in Senate to increase pay of collector at Port- 

land, Oreg. 2207. 
Annual report of emoluments of (H. B. Doc. 04) 855. 

Customs Service 

Bill for steam launch at Astoria, Oreg., for (see bill S. 

5086). 
Amendment in Senate for appropriation for construction of 

steam launch for service at Astoria, Oreg. 2208. 

Cuttyhunk Island, Massachusetts 

Amendment in Senate for construction of submarine cable 
and land telegraph lines to cross 920. 

Dakin, Milo H, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11165). 

Dakota Cattle Company 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 6205). 

Dakota Pacific Bridge Company 

Bill to allow them to bridge Missouri River (see bill S. 
4982). 

Dakota Southern Bailroad Company 

Bill to allow them to bridge Missouri Biver (see bill S. 5258) . 
Bill to grant right of way through Yankton Indian Reser- 
vation (see bfll S. 5282). 

Dale, Carrie 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 1766). 

Daly, John 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5484). 
Papers withdrawn in Senate 2359. 

Dalzell, John (a Refpresentative from Pennsylvania) 
Attended 14. 

Appointed on committee to wait on President 2980. 
Chairman Committee of Whole 73. 
Appointed visitor to Naval Academy 2926. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Flag of United States: to protect from insult and desecra- 
tion (see bill H. R. 10999) 28. 

Osborne, Edwin S: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11329) 
356. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Recess: for 15. 

President: notification to 2980. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Allegheny, Pa., Presb3rtery: against seating B. H. Roberts 
as Representative 1672. 

American Shipping and Industrial League: to increase 
American shipping 1523. 

Boston, Mass., Chamber of Commerce: relative to reor- 
ganization of consular service 1148. 

Braddock, Pa., Ministerial Association: against seating 
B. H. Roberts as Representative 2081. 

Cincinnati, Ohio, Chamber of Commerce: relative to reor- 
ganization of consular service 954. 

Denver, Colo.,Board of Trade: relative to reorganization of 
consular service 954. 

Denver, Colo., Chamber of Conmierce: relative to reorgan- 
ization of consular service 954. 

Johnstown, N. Dak., James River National Bank: relative 
to reorgrsmization of consular service 954. 

New York Chamber of Commerce: for reorganization of 
consular service 1726, 

New York Merchants* Association: for certain legislation 
1475. 

Pennsylvania, citizens of: for certain legislation 954, 1523. 

citizens of Philadelphia: against territorial expan- 
sion 954. 

citizens of Pittsburg: against expansion policy 134. 

Pennsylvania Association of Retail Grocers: against food 
adulteration 1200. 

Pennsylvania churches and societies: for certain legislation 
954, 1200, 1523, 2772. 

Philadelphia, Pa., G^eographical Society: for Nicaragua 
Canal 134. 

Philadelphia, Pa., National Board of Trade: relative to 
postal matters 1523. 



Dalzell— Continued. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Philadelphia, Pa., Trades League: relative to railway mail 
2081. 

Pittsburg, Pa., American Association of Flint and Lime 
Glass Manufacturers: to increase American shipping 954. 

Pittsburg* Pa., Chamber of Conmierce: to increase Ameri- 
can shipping 1523. 

Pittsburg, Pa., Ep worth League: for temperance l^sla- 
tion 134. 

Pittsburg, Pa., Fourth Avenue Baptist Church: against 
seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 1148. 

Pittsburg, Pa., Woman*s Club: against desecration of flag 
1523. 

Pittsburg, Pa. , Woman's Home Missionary Society: against 
seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 1964. 

United States Evangelical Alliance: against sectarian ap- 
propriations 2081, 
Remarks by, on 

Armor plate 2253, 2254. 

Army reorganization 1825, 1326. 

Census 1510. 

Dingley, Nelson: death of 1765. 

Hahnemann, Samuel: monument to 2883, 2884. 

Immediate transportation of dutiable goods 876. 

Notification to President 2935. 

Philadelphia Export Exposition 313. 

State war expenses 2112, 2113. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Ways and Means 

Immediate transportation of dutiable goods (Report 1689) 
283. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Dancing Point. See James River. 

Danford, Lorenzo (a Representative from Ohio) 
Attended 14. 

Leave of absence granted to 727. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Martins Ferry, Ohio, Woman's Home Missionary Society: 
against seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 2772. 
Remarks by, on 

Immigration laws 196. 
yotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Daniel, John W. {a Senator from Virginia) 

Attended 135. 

Appointed on committee 1389. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army appropriation bill: reimbursing Stiate of Virginia for 
war expenditures 1204. 

Deficiency appropriation bill: relief of James and William 
Crooks 2536, 2799. 

Navy appropiiation bill 2638. 

Sundry civil appropriation bill: relief of James and Wil- 
liam Crooks 2432. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Washington, Arlington and Falls Church Railway: to allow 
to construct railway on east side of Aqueduct Bridge (see 
bill S. 5366) 1061. 

Motions and resolutions offered by 

Harbaugh, G^eorge W: to withdraw his papers 1061. 
Virginia: inquiry relative to payment of war expenses of 167* 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Fairfax County, Va., National Pure Food and Drug Con- 
gress: for certain leg^islation 2814. 

Wedderbum, Alexander J: for certain legislation 2814. 
Remarks by, on 

Acquisition of territory 1422, 

Army reorganization 2449. 

Cuba and Porto Rico commission 363. 

Navy Pay Corps 2639. 

Portrait of Pocahontas 2541. 

Washington, D. C, lands 2365. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Finance 

Freedman's Savings and Trust Company (Report 1884) 
2718. 

Lynchburg, Va., tobacconists (billH. R. 11785) 2127. 



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Reports made by, from 
Committee on Foreign Affaire 
Crooks, James, and William (Report 1874) 2608. 
yoiee of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Daniel, Thomas J, 

Papers withdrawn in House 811. 
Daniels, Henry 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 11516). 

Dashiell, Mary E. O, 

Resolution in House to refer claim to Court of Claims, 
passed 1504. 

Davenport, Permdia M, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 12182). 

Davenport, Sam.uel A. (a Representative from Pennsylvania) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Kearney, Thomas H: for relief (see bill H. R. 11202) 246. 
Navy: to promote efficiency of clerical service in (see bill 

H. R. 11556) 683. 
Oliphant, MelviUe: for relief (see bill H. R. 10978) 16. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Erie, Pa. , Picking Naval Garrison: relative to clerical serv- 
ice in Navy 1838. 
Pennsylvania, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1940. 
Remarks by, on 

Mulvin, Henry: relief of 2841. 
¥otes of. See ^ ea-and-N ay Votes. 

Davey, Robert C. (a Representative from Louisiana) 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Davidson, James H. {a Representative from Wisconsin) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Oleomargarine: to amend act to tax (see bill H. R. 11604) 
680. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Neenah, Wis., Patrons of Husbandry: to increase Amer- 
ican shipping 1591. 

Omro, Wis., Grand Army of Republic: relative to civil 
service 1591. 

Oshkosh, Wis., Cigar Makers' Union: against territorial 
expansion 1591. 

Rosendale, Wis., Young People's Society of Christian En- 

orial 

^ , I., Contcrei 
legislation 821. 

Wisconsin, postmasters of Marquette County: for increase 
of compensation 2170. 

Wisconsm churches and societies: for certain legislation 
1591, 2170. 
notes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Davidson, Jane F. 

Bill to increase x>ension (see bill S. 1881). 

Davis, Andrew 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5884). 

Davis, Benjamin F. 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 5015). 

Davis, C ashman K, (a Senator from Minnesota) 

Attended 881. 

Credentials presented 1014. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill 1210. 

Indian appropriation bill 498, 916, 1546. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Minot, Bartlett: to pension (see bill S. 5379) 1204. 

Waller, Michael: for relief (see bill S. 5880) 1204. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Committee on Foreign Relations: to continue employment 
of additional clerk 1296. 

Executive session, for 882, 578, 605, 969, 1018, 1020, 1071, 
1161, 1212, 1303, 1850, 1889, 1432, 1487. 



deavor: relative to territorial expansion 
Winneba|^o, Wis., Congregational convention: for certain 



Davis— Continued. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Duluth. Minn. , common council: relative to telephone com- 
panies 676. 

Duluth, Minn., Fruit and Produce Exchange: for amend- 
ment of present navigation laws 400. 

Grand Army of Republic: for battlefield park at Fredericks- 
burg 1203. 

Lumbermen: against change in duty on lumber 676. 

for fixing rates of salvage on lakes and rivers 676. 

Minneapolis, Minn., Amalgamated Wood Workers* Union: 
for labor legislation 1295, 1414. 

Minneapolis, Minn., Board of Trade: for certain legislation 
400, 1414, 2083. 

Minneapolis, Minn., United American Mechanics: against 
appropriation for Roman Catholic Church in Cuba 829. 

Minnesota churches and societies: for certain legislation 
676,1208,2083. 

Minnesota humane societies: for antivivisection legislation 



Minnesota labor unions and associations: for labor legisla- 
tion 2088. 
Minnesota legislature: for improvement of Red River 1414. 

for construction of certain dams 2691. 

Minnesota Retail Grocers and Wholesale Merchants' Asso- 
ciation: for pure-food bill 2691. 
New Prague, Minn., Board of Trade: to increase American 

shipping 2088. 
Rochester, Minn., Cigar Makers* Union: against annexation 

of foreign territory 676. 
St. Paul, Minn., Chamber of Commerce: against granting 
additional powers to Interstate Commerce Commis- 
sion 400. 

relative to civil service 400. 

St. Paul, Minn., churches: for temperance legislation 2691. 
St. Paul, Minn., Jobbers* Union: against granting additional 
powers to Interstate Commerce Commission 400. 
to increase American shipping 829. 



St. Paul, Minn., Methodist Preachers* Meeting: for temper- 
ance legislation 400. 
St. Paul, Minn., Stonecutters* Association: for labor legis- 
lation 1414. 
Waterville, Minn., churches and societies: for certain legis- 
lation 829. 
Whipple, H. B: against appointment of Chippewa Commis- 
sion 781. 
Winnebago City, Minn., First Free Baptist Church: for 
temperance legislation 1295. 
Remarks by, on 

Indian appropriation bill 1546, 1547, 1605. 
Nicaragua Canal 691. 
McLean, Sarah E: relief of 1598. 
St. Augustine, Fla., public lot 2895. 
Treaty with Spain 431. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Foreign Relations 
Claims against Spain (Report 1467) 561, 2775. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill: amendment appropriating 
$20,000,000 to carry out obligations of treaty with Spain 
1015. 
notes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Davis, Emma J. {executrix) 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11084). 
Davis, Frances E, U. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 10080). 
Davis, George T. 

Bills to promote to captain on retired list of Navy (see bills 

S. 50311 H. R. 11671). 
Papers referred (S. Doc. 86) 286, 780. 

Davis, Harriet T. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 4982). 
Davis, J. V. 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 5507). 
Davis, Margaret 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5438). 
Davis, Robert W. (a Representative from Florida) 

Attended 14. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Baldwin, Alice and William A: for relief (see bill H. R. 
11749) 953. 



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Davis— Continned. 
Bill$ and joint resolutions introduced by 

Cotton: to collect duty on (see bill H. R. 11231) 269. 
Gainesville, Fla: to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 

11812) 1147. 
Hardee, Esther A. C: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 

12085) 1672. 
McGovern, John: for relief (see bill H. R. 12185) 2424. 
Maps of United States: to publish (see bill H. R. 12060) 1672. 
Miami, Fla: to make port of immediate transportation (see 

bill H. R. 11192) 245. 
Nicaragua Canal: to provide for (see bill H. R. 11599) 674. 
Petitions and papers presented bj, from 

Florida, citizens of: against sale of liquor in canteens and 

Government buildings 134. 
for increase of compensation of fourth-class postmas- 
ters 2081. 
citizens of Jacksonville: against seating B. H. Rob- 
erts as Representative 826. 

citizens of St. Augustine: for temperance legislation 

1148. 

Remarks by, on 

Light-house tender Rose 758, 769. 
Miami, Fla., subport 1755. 
St. Augustine, Fla., custom-house lot 2764. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
Pensacola and Northwestern Railroad bridges (Report 
2051) 1636. 
¥otes of. See Yea-aihj-Nay Votes. 
Davis, Seth 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 2151). 
Davis, Squire B. F. 

Bill to correct military record (see bill S. 4947). 
Davis, Stephen M, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 1827). 
Davis, Syrentis W,, and others 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill S. 5418). 
Davis, W. B. 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 11986). 

Davison, George M. (a Representative from Kentucky) 
Leave of absence granted to 870. 
Bills and joint resolutions Introduced by 

Bottom, Henry P: for reUef (see bill H. R. 11659) 779. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes, 

Davison, John, and others 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill S. 5418.) 
Dawe, William T. 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill S. 8416). 
Dawley, diaries 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 11264). 

Papers referred in House 599. 

Day, George S,, and brother 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11826). 

Dayton, Alston G, (a Representative. from West Virginia) 

Attended 14. 
Appointed conferee 2196. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Flagg, Thomas G: for relief of heirs (see bill H. R. 11910) 

1293. 
Frederick, John: for relief (see bill H. R. 11681) 779. 
Hall, John: to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R, 

11908) 1293. 
Hoffman, Mary C: for relief (see bill H. R. 11680) 779. 
Huffman, William R: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 

11907) 1293. 
Johnson, James W: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 

H. R. 11678) 779. 
Monongahela River: to allow bridge across at Morgantown 

(see bill H. R. 11677) 779. 
Pryor, Wesley C: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11679) 

779. 
Smallwood, F. M: for relief (see bill H. R. 11909) 1293. 
Stalcup, Mary E: for relief (see bill H. R. 11037) 52. 



Dayton— (Continued. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Travis, Edgar: to pension (see bill H. R. 11682) 779. 
Volunteers: for relief of those serving in war with Spain 

(see bill H. R. 11676) 779. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Navy and Marine Corps: to print bill to increase eflSciency 

of personnel 852. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Allstadt, John H: for relief of heirs 357. 
Briscoe. J. W: for relief of heirs 357. 
Burr, Moses W: for relief of heirs 357. 
Frederick, John: for relief 780. 
Hite, Thomas: for relief of heirs 357. 
Hoffman, Marcy C: for relief 780. 
Hoffman, William R: for increase of pension 1338. 
Ruse, Edward S: for relief 357. 
Shaull, John F: for relief of heirs 857. 
Snapp, Jacob H: for relief 357. 
Travis, Edgar: for pension 780. 

West Virginia, citizens of: for postal savings banks 2081. 
Wright, Samuel: for relief of heirs 357. 
Remarks by, on 

Alaska criminal laws 385, 386, 390, 391, 392, 893, 394, 895, 396, 

421, 422, 424, 425, 426, 427, 507, 508, 509, 510, 611, 512, 513, 

514, 517, 518, 519, 520, 523, 524, 544, 545, 646, 647, 649, 651, 

552, 553, 554, 556, 557, 595, 596, 597. 
Alaska liquor law 585, 586, 591. 
Armor plate 2162, 2752, 2753, 2754, 2756. 
Morgantown, W. Va., bridge 1656. 
Naval Academy buildings 2071, 2145, 2146, 2147, 2148, 2154, 

2155. 
Naval architecture 2158. 
Navy appropriation bill 2005, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 

2015. 
Navy personnel bill 657, 659, 663, 664, 665, 666, 667, 668, 678, 

709, 710, 718, 719, 720. 
Sullivan, John C: relief of 2884, 2885. 
Topographic survey 1808. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Naval Affairs 
Brown, R. M. G. (Report 1828) 1056. 
Burgess, Alfred (Report 1918) 1474. 
Kelly, Dennis (Report 2101) 1778. 
fotes of See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Dayton, Ohio 

Bill granting volunteers of war with Spain admission to 
National Home for Disabled Volunteers at (see bill H. R. 
12044). 

Deadwood, South Dakota 

Bills to erect public building at (see bills S. 878; H. R. 

12022). 

Dean, Mary R, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5498). 

Dearmitt, Michael F, 

Bill to grant an honorable discharge (see bill H. R. 2869). 

De Armond, David A. (a Representative from Missouri) 

Attended 14. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army: bill to reorganize 1286. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Branson, John L: for relief (see bill H. R. 11232) 269. 

Hawkins. James W: for relief (see bill H. R. 11234) 269. 

Mann, Robert M: for relief (see bill H. R. 11228) 269, 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Branson, John L: for relief 269. 

Miller, George W: for relief 269. 

Missouri, citizens of: for temperance legislation 1200. 

for postal savings banks 1475. 

citizens of Foster: for service-x>ension bill 491. 

Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization 1256, 1286. 

Lowe, Mrs. B. C: pension to 873, 880. 

Philippine Islands 1699. 

Rules of House 201. 

Sundry civil appropriation bill 1698. 

War deficiency appropriation bill 81, 885. 



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De Armond— Continned. 
Reports made 6jv Avm 

Committee on the Judiciary 

Acceptance of commiiwionB in Anny by members of Hoti£e 
(Report 2205, part 2) 2258. 

Batesrille, Ark., courts (Brport 2106) 1879. 
fotee of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Deboe, William J, (a Senator from Kentucky) 

Attended 1. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army: bill to reorganize 880. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Armstrong, Marianne; to pension (see bill S. 4060) 92. 

Browder, John C: for relief (see bill S. 5440) 1411. 

Castor, Hans: to increase pension (see biH S. 5381) 1204. 

Combs, John.: to increase pension (see bill S. 4957) 92. 

Crider, S. F: forjrehef of heirs (see Inll S. 5301) 880. 

Davis, Andrew: to increase pension (see bill S. 5884) 1204. 

Davis, Margarets to pension (see bill S. 5488) 1415. 

Gregory, James A: fear relief of estate (see bill Sw 5078) 359. 

Harrod, Franklin: to increase pension (see bill S. 4959) 92. 

Hatch, Charles S: for reli^ (see S. B. 258) 2129. 

James, John H: to pension (see biH 8. 5060) 859. 

MarUey, Hannah: to increase peittion (see Ml S. 5888) 1204. 

Perkins, Joseph: to pension (see bill S. 5508) 1888. 

Robinson, Alsie: to mcrease pension (see bill S. 5882) 1204. 

Simpson. Benjamin H: to pension (see bill S. 5505) 1883. 

Solmers*Home: for committee to consider estabUsliment of 
(8eeS.R.224)782. 

Stevens, Richard: to pension (see billrS. 5079) 859. 

Sttnson, Sqnire: to pension (see Mil S. 5504) 1888. 

Wehe, Anna M: to pension (see boll 8. 5430) 1415w 

Winfrey, Thomas J: to pensKm (see bHI & 4958) 92. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Kentucky Eqnal Rights Anociation: for woman suffrage 
400. 
yotes of. See Yka-and-Nat Votes. 

Debt of United States 

Bill providing for redemption of coupons of interest-bearing 

bonds which have been detached and destroyed (see bill 

H. R. 10960). 
Bill to redeem ontstanding 4 per cent certificates of deposit 

(seebillH.R. 11616). 
Report of Secretary of Treasury relative todistinctive paper 

for bonds and notes (S. Doc. 184) 1154, 2204. 

Deceased Colored Soldiers. See Wab of Rebellion. 

Deck, Uriah M. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11847). 

Declaration of Independence 

Resolution in Senate reaffirming doctrine of 1678, 1781. 

De Ck>8ter, Francisco V, 

Bill for remnster of (see bill S. 2085). 

Deeds, Mortgages, and Leases 

Bill to exempt from revenue tax (see bHI Sw 5592). 

Deep Creek, Virginia 

Ck>ncurrent resolution of inquiry in House relative to im- 
provement of, passed 354, 860, 363. 
Report of Secretary of War on subject of widening and deep- 
ening (H. R. Doa 131) 558. 

Deep Waterways Commission 

Amendment in Senate relative to i>ay <^ engineer member 

of 1528. 
Letter of Secretary of War transmitting report of (H. R. 
Doc. 110) 897, 1473. 

Deficiencies 

Bills making appropriations for (see bills EL R. 10989, 11716, 

12203). 
Amendment in Senate to bill making appropriations for 

2208. 
Estimates of appropriations for (S. Docs. 150, 155; H. R. 

Docs. 15» 185) 16, 1292, 2532, 2606. 

De Graffenreid, R. C. (a Representative from Texas) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed on funeral committees 2880, 



De Grafifenreid— Continued. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Pensions 
Draper, John S. (Repobt 1894) 1411. 
HoltoD, Lemon (Report 1789) 683. 
Truitt, Levi M. (Repobt 1875) 1292. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Dexgnan, Osborne W. 

Joint resolutions to appoint, cadet at Naval Academy (see 
S. R. 227; H. Res. 3^). 

De Knight, C. W. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation to reimburse 2696. 
Delaney , James C. 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5036). 
Delaware 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation to pay for use and 
damagies by United States Army to armory and personal 
property of 1597, 2606. 
Memorial of legislature fox improvement of Delaware River 

1592, 2170. 
Memorial of legislature against seating of any polygamist 
in Congress 2203. 

Delaware and Baritan Canal 

Concurrent resolution of Inquiry in Senate relative to cost 
of acquiring, referred 1162, 2040. 

Delaware River 

Amendment in Senate for i^quxiiiiriatioa tor improvement 

of 1238. 
Memorial of legislature of Delaware t(a improvement of 
1592, 2170. 

Delegates. See Membebs of Congbess. 
De Leon, Edwin 

BiU for rtii^ of estate (see bill & 1857). 

Delgado, Josi O. 

Resolution of inquiry in Senate relative to daim against 
Spain of , passed 2609. 

Delinquent Officers. See Public Officebs. 
Delivery Bond. See Vessels. 
Dellit, Herman 

Bill to pensicm (see bill H. R. 2157). 
Demarest, Georgia R. 

Bills to pension (see bills S. 5807; H. R. 11842). 

Papers referred in House 1201. 

Dengler, Christiana 

Bills for relief (see bills S. 5374; H. R. 11503). 
Denham, William 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 4968). 
Denison, Bonham and Oulf Railway Company 

Bills to grant right of way through Indian Territory (see 
bills S. 5514; H. R. 12112). 

Denison and Northern Railway Company 

Bill to amend act granting right of way through Indian 

Territory (see bill S. 5424). 

Dennis, Elizabeth J. 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 4884). 
Dennis, James H. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation to pay personal 
representatives of 2696. 

Dennis, Mary A. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5008). 
Dennis, William H, 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (seo bill S. 5253). 

Denny, George 

Resolution in House to refer claim to Qoxat of (Jlaims, 
passed 1504. 

Denny, James 

Bill to correct military record (see biU S. 4037). 
Denny, John 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11581). 



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Dent, Warren JB. 

Resolntion in House to refer claim to Gonrt of Claiine> 
passed 1504. 

Department of Agriculture 

Annual bill making appropriations for (see bill H. B. 11266). 

Joint resolntion to allow nse of certain lands by (see S. B. 
188). 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for vegetable patho> 
logical investigations by 1780. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for rent of build- 
ings for Bureau of Animal Industry and Division of 
Chemistry in 2208, 2535. 

Message of President, transmitting rex>ort on forestry investi- 
gations and work of (H. B. Doc. 181) 1161, 1188. 

Annual report of Secretary on expenditures for (H. B. Doc. 
23)15. 

Department of the Interior. See Intbriob Depabtment. 
Department of Justice 

Bills to erect building for (see biUs S. 5130; H. B. 11460). 
Amendment in Senate for reduction in number of clerks of 

class 4 in office of Attorney-General 1641. 
Estimates of appropriation for salaries and expenses of 

Attomey-GeneraVs office (S. Doc. 136) 2356. 
Estimates of deficiency appropriation for (H. B. Doc. 236) 
2035. 

Department of Labor 

Annual report of (Ik>mmis8ioner on expenditures for (H. B. 
Doc. 49) 51. 

Department of State. See Statb Department. 

Departmental Buildings. See Publio Buildinos and Grounds, 
District of Columbia, 

Departments. See Executive Departments. 

Dependencies. See Acquisition of Territory. 

Depew, Chauncey M, (a Senator elect from New York) 

Credentials presented 1674. ^ 

Deputy Surveyors 

Amendment in Senate relatiye to fees for platting and cer- 
tifying mining claims 403. 
Estimate of appropriation for payment of certain (H. B. 
Doc. 243) 2121. 

De duindre, JtUia 

Bill to increase pension (see bill 8. 5348). 
Derrick, David 

Petition for relief 1779. 
Derrick, Sarah 

Petition for relief of estate 1779. 
De Bussy, Helen A, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 1704). 
Desert Lands. See Irrigation; Public Lands. 
Deslende, Odile 

Bill for rcHef (see bill S. 5213). 
Des Moines, lotoa 

Amendment in Senate for acceptance by the Government 
of certain land at 1641. 

Detroit Biver 

Bills to allow Detroit Biver Bridge Company to bridge (see 
bills S. 4878; H. B. 11027). 

Bill to allow construction of bridge to connect city of De- 
troit with BeUe Isle Park in (see bill H. B. 11601). 

Detroit River Bridge Company 

Bills to allow them to bridge Detroit Biver (see bills S. 4878; 
H. B. 11027). 

Detwiler, George W, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 4745). 
Devereauz, John M, 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 11210). 
Devils Lake, North Dakota 

Memorial of legislature of North Dakota relative to replen- 
ishing waters of 2532. 

Devils Lake Sioux. See Indians. 



Devol, Frank S, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 3123). 
De Vou, Martha M, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 7636). 

De Vries, Marion (a Representative f rain Calif oimia) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 1993. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Sundry civil appropriation bill 1812. 
Bt'fls and joint resolutions introduced by 

GK>nld, S. S: for relief (see bill H. B. 11389) 897. 

Lohse, Mrs. Herman: for relief (see bill H. B. 11635) 728. 

Sacramento and Feather rivers: to improve (see bill H. B. 
11307) 356. 

Schmidt, G^eorge: for relief (see biirH. B. 11891) 1293. 

Stockton, Cal: to increase cost of public building at (sco 
bill H. B. 11882) 1292. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from ^ 

Califomia, citizens of: for temperance legislation 954, 1879, 
1964, 2203. 

citizens of Lodi: against seating B. H. Boberts as 

Bepresentative 1879. 

Califomia churches and societies: for temperance legisla- 
tion 954, 1523. 

C£dif omia Grand Army of Bepublic: relative to civil service 
1293, 1338. 

Califomia Grange: for Nicaragua Canal 321. 

Nevada Grand Army of Bepublic: relative to civil service 
1338. 

Sacramento, Cal., Patrons of Husbandry: to increase Amer- 
ican shii)ping 954. 

San Francisco, Cal. , Labor Council: for labor legislation 729. 

San Francisco, Cal., Manufacturers and Producers' Asso- 
ciation: for cable with Orient 954. 

Schmidt, George: for relief 1293. 
Remarks by, on 

Eirby, Charles E., and others: relief of 2478. 
Stockton, Cal., public building 1620. 
Yosemite National Park 1812. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on the Public Lands 
Pasadena and Mount Wilson Bailway Ck>mpany (BEPOnT 
1790) 825. 
Mes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Dewey, George 

Memorial of legislature of Vermont for appointment as Ad- 
miral of the Navy 18. 

Dick, Charles (a Representative from Ohio) 
Sworn in 15. 
isemarks by, on 

Castle, W. H: relief of 2835. 
Northway, Stephen A: death of 2072. 
tfotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Dickel, George A., and Company 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. B. 3425). 
Dickey, James F, 

Papers withdrawn in House 1878. 
Dickinson, Festus 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 12187). 
Dickinson, Margaret O, 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 10976). 
Diegnan, Osborne W, 

Joint resolutions to appoint, cadet at Naval Academy (seo 
S. B. 227; H. Bes. 389). 

Dies, Bolls, and Plates. See Bureau of ENORAViNa aud 
Printing. 

Digest. <See Boles of House. 

Dill, Samuel P. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 1851). 

Dincklage, Adolph 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill S. 5082)« 



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Dingley, Nelson, jr, (a Representative from Maine) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed on committee to wait on President 15. 
Appointed on funeral committee 407. 
^ Death announced 679. 
> Eulogies in House on 1760 (Appendix 210) . 
y Eulogies in Senate on 2640. 
^ Ck)ncurrent resolution in House to print additional copies of 

eulogies on, passed 2887, 2907. 
* Funeral services of 681. 
i Memorial of S. C. Malone relative to an engrossed memorial 

of 779. 
^ Resolution for eulo^es on 1408. 
4 Resolutions on death of 679. 
V Sermon on death of 1777. 
BiU9 and Joint reso/utions introduced bj 

Hawaiian Islands: to extend laws relating to customs over 

(see bill H. R. 11135) 165. 
to extend laws relating to customs and internal rev- 
enue over (see bill H. R. 11191) 245. 
Motions and resoiuthns offered by 

Adjourn: to 15, 88, 165, 208, 288, 830, 855, 880. 

Camden, Me: to survey harbor at (House Con. Res. No. 51) 

269. 
Holiday recess: for 810. 
President: notification to 15. 
President's message: to print 15. 

to refer to committees (House Res. No. 840) 16. 

Proper^ at sea: relative to freedom from capture of (House 
Con. Res. No. 55) 856. 
Remarics b/, on 

Agricultural appropriation bill 847, 848, 849, 850. 
Alaska criminal laws 816. 
Flour inspection 114, 115. 
Game birds 818. 

Hawaiian Islands revenue laws 266, 267, 268. 
Incidental subjects 877. 
International American bank 258, 259, 
Jones, Bejamin F: relief of 878. 
Notification to President 15. 
Redstone, Albert E: relief of 877. 
River and harbor improvements 853, 854. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Ways and Means 
Hawaiian Islands revenue laws (bill H. R. 11185; Rbpobt 

1683)244. 
President's message: resolution to refer to committees 25. 
Votes of. See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 
Dinsbeer, John 

Bill to grant an honorable discharge (see bill H. R. 8119) . 
Dinsmore, Andrew F. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11800). 
Dinsmore, Hugh A. (a Representative from Arkansas) 

Attended 14. 
Appointed conferee 1386. 
Bii/s and Joint resofutiona introduced by 

Arkansas Northwestern RailvTay Company: to amend act 

granting right of way to (see bill EL K. 12126) 2036. 
Berry, Albcnrt L: for reUef of estate (see bill H. R. 11764) 

954. 
Dowdy, Robert W: for relief (see bill H. R. 11036) 52. 
Hot Springs Street Railway Company: granting right of 

way to (see bill H. R. 12209) 2605. 
Philippine Islands: defining policy relating to (see H. Res. 

877) 2605. 
Si Louis, Siloam and Southern Railroad Company: to allow 

to bridge White River (see bill H. R. 11493) 525. 
Ware, William: for relief (see bill H. R. 11038) 52. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 
Bowling, William: for pension 955. 
Brewer, Sampson: for relief 1338. 
Burffin, EUj^ P: for relief 1338. 
Gk>bbard, William R: for pension 955. 
Indian Territory, citizens of: for court at Tulsa 491. 
Lewis, 2iachariah: for pension 955. 
Scott, John: for increase of pension 955. 
Remarles by, on 

Arkansas Northwestern Railway Company 2473, 2474. 

Army reorganization 1087-1090. 

Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill 608, 611. 



Dinsmore— Continued. 
Remarles by, on 

Dowdy, Robert W: relief of 988. 

Gibson, Isom: pension to 1724. 

Navy personnel bill 670, 713, 714. 

Pacific cable 2897. 

Philippine Islands 1088, 2897. 

St Louis, Siloam and Southern Railroad bridge 1992. 
yotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Diplomatic and Consular Service 

Annual bill making appropriations for (see bill H. R. 11487). 

Bill to provide for appomtment of honorary attaches of 
legation to serve without compensation (see bill S. 5564). 

Bill to amend law relative to bonds of consuls (see bill 
H. R. 8925). 

Amendment in Senate authorizing appointment of third 
secretaries of United States embassies 527. 

Amendment in Senate relative to salaries of secretaries of 
United States embassies at London, Paris, and Berlin 
527, 731. 

Amendment in Senate to establish United States consulate 
at Beirut, Syria 685, 1061. 

Amendment in Senate relative to increase of salary of con- 
sular clerk at Paris 880, 1060. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for secretaries of 
legations to Argentine Republic and Venezuela 1016. 

Amendment in Senate relative to increase of salary of con- 
sul at Windsor, Nova Scotia 1204. 

Message of President transmitting reports of consular offi- 
cers relative to commercial relanons of United States for 
1898, 2131, 2167, 235a 

Director of the Census 

Bill requiring him to furnish Congress with certain infor- 
mation (see bill H. R. 11982). 

Director of the Mint 

Concurrent resolutions in House to print extra copies of re- 
port on production of gold and silver (House Con. Res. 
Nos. 48, 62) 204, 490, 756, 948, 958,1415, 2388, 2895, 2481. 

Annual report of (H. R. Doc. 47) {omitted in Record). 

Disbursing Officers. See Armt. 
Distilled Spirits 

Bills to amend law relative to drawing off, gauging, mark- 
ing, and removal of (see bills S. 5106; H. R. 10997). 
Bill to amend internal-revenue laws relative to (see bill H. 
R. 10253). 

Distinctive Paper for Bonds and Notes 

Resolution of inquiry in Senate relative to, passed 1154. 

District Ck>urts. See Courts of United States. 

District of Oolumbia. See also Pubuo Buildinos and Grounds, 
District of Columbia, ^ 

Bills to authorize apx>ointment of secretary of (see bills S. 

5327; H.R. 11734). 
Bills to designate land for assessment and taxation in (see 

bills S. 5485; H.R. 12063, 12184). 
Bill to estabUsh code of law for (see bill S. 5530). 
Bill for construction and operation of certain public im- 
provements in (see bill H.K. 12149). 
Estimate of deficiency appropriation for wiring District 

buUding for electric lighting (H. R. Doc. 214) 1635. 
Adams Mill road: bills for grading and regulating (see bills 

S. 4880; H. R. 11052). 
Adulteration: bills to prevent adulteration of foods, bever- 
ages, candies, drugs, and condiments (see bills S. 

4144; H. R. 11490, 12190). 
Alleys: bUls to amend act to provide for opening (see bills 

S. 5448; H.R. 11877, 11987). 
— — bill to extinguish alley in square 465 (see bill H. R. 

9068). 
American Social Science Association: bill to incorporate 

(see bill S. 4316). 
Anacostia and Potomac River Railroad Company: bill to 

authorize them to change motive power of cars (see 

bills. 2644). 

bill to change name of (see bill S. 5122). 

annual report of (H. R. Doc. 155) 731, 778. 

Animals: order of Senate to print certain papers relative to 

bill (S. 1063) for prevention of cruelty to, passed 

(S. Docs. 78, 121) 1060, 1881. 
Appropriations for: annual bill making (see bill H. R. 

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District of Columbia— Continaed. 

Assessment certificates: bill to provide for dispositioii of (see 

bill H. B. 6248). 
Avenues. See Streets. 
Baltimore and Washington Transit Company: azmnal report 

of (H. R. Doo. 196) 1870. * 
Bastardy: bill for prevention of (see bill S. 1748). 
Batekelior PMvmaiio Company: amendment in Senate to 

aHow tbem to open and excavate streets in the city 

of Washington 1640. 
Belt BaHway Company: bills to allow them to constmct 

nndergronnd electric railroad (seebills S. 5184; H. B. 

11444). 
Inll anthorizing extension of tracks of (see bill H. B. 

12028). 
Birds and game: bill for protection of (see bill H. B. 2524). 
Boards of andit and publieworks: bills to redeem outstand- 
ing certificates issoed by (see bills S. 5189; H. B. 

9760, 11184, 11582). 
letter of Conmilssioners of District relative to certain 

outstanding certificates issued by 684. 
Board of Charities: bill to establish (see bill S. 4148). 
Board of Children's Chuardians: amendment in Senate rela- 
tive to appropriation for maintenance oi 287. 
estimate of deficiency appropriation for (H. B. Doc. 

202) 1478. 
BrightwoodBailtoay Company: annual report of (H.B. Doc. 

196) 1411, 1418. 
Brookland: bills for relief of certain citiaens of (see bills S. 

5878; H. B. 11889). 

bill to purchase lot in (seebillH.B. 12088). 

BuUdinglines: bill to establish on certain streets (see bill 

H. B. 10106). 
Buildings in: bills authorizing Commissioners to remove 

unsafe (see Inlls S. 4897; H. B. 11024). 
bills to regulate bd^^t of (see bills S. 4896, 5148; 

H. B. 11023). 
Capital RaUwayCompany: biU to change name of (see bill 

bill to require them to equip cars with safety brakes 

(see bill H.B. 11159). 

annual report of (S. Doa 75) 1068, 1146. 

Capital Traction Company: bill to amend charter (see bill 

S. 4950). 
bill to require extension of lines of (see bill H. B. 

8656). 
• amendment in Senate to bill (H. B. 8656).to authorize 

extension of lines of 957. 

annual report of (S. Doc. 89) 1285, 1292, 1418. 

Cemeteries: bill to exempt from taxation (see bill H. B. 

11127). 
Chanties: biU to establish board of (see bill S. 4143). 
Children: bill for compulsory support by parents of (see 

bill S. 5055). 
Church property: bills to exempt from taxation (see bills Sw 

49W, 5447; p. B. 11127, 11986). 
City and Suburban Bailway Company: bills to amend char- 
ter (see bins S. 4944, 5025; H. B. 11058, 11251). 
joint resolutions for relocation of certain tracks of 

(see S. B. 189; H. Bes. 826). 

annual report of (S. Doc. 80) 1149, 1199. 

City post-office building: joint resolution to investigate con- 
struction of (see S. B. 198). 
resolution in Senate to investigate construction of, 

passed 188. 166. 
Claims against: bill to amend act for adjudication of (see 

bill S. 1841). 
bill relative to payment of claims for material and 

labor furnished for construction of buildings (see 

bmS.4159). 
Columbia Bailway Company: annual report of (H. B. Doc. 

201) 1418, 1441. 
Columbia Telephone Company: bill to incorporate (see bill 

H. B. 11788). 
Commissioners of: annual report of (H. B. Doc. 7) {omitted 

in Record). 
Conduit system: bill to provide (see bill S. 4884). 
Constable: bills to abolish office of (see bills S. 5884; H. B. 

11878, 12010). 
Contagious diseases: joint resolution to prevent spread of 

(see S. B. 252). 
letter of Cknnmissioners relative to prevention of 

spread of 2127. 
Cooperative business corporations: bill toprovlde for forma- 
tion of (see bill S. 448). 
Corporations: bill limiting liability of stockholders of (see 

bill H. B. 11628). 



District of Columbia— Continued. 

Court-house: estimate of deficiency appropriation for repairs 
to (H. B. Doc. 259) 2529. 

Criminal laws of: bills to amend (see bilk S. 5149; H. B. 
11494). 

Dentistry: bill to regulate jmctice of (see bOl H. B. 11655). 

East Washington Heiglits Traction Railroad Company: an- 
nual report of (a Doc. 92) 1850, 1870. 

Eckington place: amendment in Senate relative to improve- 
ment of 402. 

Electric Ugkting: bill relative to (see Wl S. 4883). 

■ bill for extension of conduits for (see biH 8. 4881). 

Excise board: annual report of operations of (H. B. Doc. 
269) 2814, 2985. 

Exhibitions for gain: joint resolution authorizing licensing 
of (see fl. Bes. 880). 

Flour: bill to regulate inspection of (see bill S. 8941). 

Frederick Douglass Memorial and Historical Assoeiatioti: 
bill to incorporate (seebyi H. B. 11489). 

Freedmen's Hospital: bills to provide buildings for (see bills 
a 5872; H. B. 11410). 

Oeorgetoum Barge, Dock, Elecator^ anA Railway Cotmany: 
annual report of (H. B. Doa 257) 2426, 2529. 

Oeorgetoum and TennaUiftown RaUtoay Company: bills to 
authorize extension of lines of (see bills S. 5185; 
H. B. 11445). 

annual report of (&. Doa 87) 1202, 1288. 

Health ordinances: joint resolution authorizing commis- 
sioners to alter, amend, or repeal (see S. B. 84). 

Home for aged and infirm colored persons: amendment in 
Senate for appropriation for erection of 1787. 

Howard University: amendment in Senate for appropriation 
for chair of pedagogy of 2129. 

Insurancein: bill toregSate (seebOia 4625). 

Justice ofthepM/xihmB to abolish office of (see bills S. 



5884, 5430; H. B. 11878, 12010). 
IH. 



B.63S9). 

; H. 



B. 12085, 



Land titles in: bill to quiet (see bill ] 

Licenses: bills regulating (see bills B. 5490; 

12087). 
joint res(dution authorizing licensing of exhibitions 

for gain (see H. Bes. 880). 
Liquor traffic: bills to prohibit rale of intoxicating liquors 

on Sunday (see Ulte a 5828; H. B. 11788). 
Lunatics: joint resolution for temporary confinement, pend- 
ing inquiry, in Government Hoq^ital for the Insane 

(see K Bee. 871). 
Maryland Suburban Railway Company: biUs to allow them 

to enter District (see billed. 4942, 5302, 5582; H. B. 

11518, 11558). 
Metropciitan Railroad Company: bills for extension of lines 

of (see bills S. 1657, 2718, 4890, 4948; H. B. 10222, 

10966, 11059. 11060). 

annual report of (a Doc. 93) 1850, 1870. 

MUk: bill to r^rolate sale of (see bill S. 1084). 

Monument to Samuel Hahnemann: joint resolution for ereo- 

tion of (see a B. 48). 
Monument to soldiers and sailors in war with Spain: bill to 

erect (see bill H. B. 11091). 
Municipal budding: amendment in Senate for approf^iation 

to pay arrearages of rent for 1296, 2206. 
Municipal building and court-house: bill to provide (see bill 

a 4462). 
Municipal court for: bills to establish (see bills S. 5334; 

H. B. 11878, 12010). 
Municipal hospital: bill providing for (see bill S. 4879). 
Municipal matters in: order of Senate to print certain 

papers relative to (S. Doa 88) , passed 286. 
Mutual Saving and Benefit Association: bill to incorporate 

(seebma2548). 
National Congress of Mothers: bill to i n corporate (see bill 

H. B. 10841). 
National White Cross of America: bill to incorporate (sco 

bills. 5583). 
Negotiable instruments: bill relative to (see bill H. B. 5370). 
Northern Liberty Market: findings of auditor of supreme 

court of District of Ck>lnmbia in case of certain 

claims arising from destruction of (H. B. Doc. 57) 

51. 
Parks: bills to purchase land from Bobert A. Hooe for (see 

bills a 6133; H. B. 11442). 
bills to acquire land at northwest comer of Four- 
teenth street and Columbia road for (see bills S. 

5312; H. B. 11529). 
Police: bills to regulate service and fix hours of service of 

(see bills a 5387; H. B. 3518, 11801). 
Police court: bills to amend law relative to collateral security 

and fines (see bills S. 5149; H. B. 11494). 



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District of Ck>liixiibiar— Continxied. 

Private conduits: bill regulating permits for (see bill S. 

5134}. 
Publie schools: order of Senate to print certain reports rela- 
tive to sanitary condition of (S. Doa 65), passed 

684. 
Publie works in: bill to fix pay of employees on (see bill 

H. R. 11881). 
Becorder of deeds: bUl anthorizing nse of typewriting ma- 
chines in office of (see bill S. 4717). 
RockCreekPark: bills to constmct roadway across (see bills 

S. 6081; H. R. 11858). 
School property: bills to exempt from taxation (see bills 

S. 4905, 5447; H. R. lim, 11986). 
School teachers: amendment in Senate relative to pay of 324. 
Seduction: bill to pnnish (see bill H. R. 1186). 
Smoke: bills for prevention of (see bills S. 1085; H. R. 5887). 
Snow and ice: bill making appropriation for removal of (see 

bill H. R. 12009). 
joint resolution to provide for removal of (see 8. R. 

245). 
estimate of appropriation for removal from walks 

aroimd and tiirongh reservations (^ (H. R. Doc. 

287)2080. 
Squares 1 to 246: report of Secretary of War relative to lots 

sold by Un&d States in {B. Doa 47) 899. 
Square SS9: amendment in Senate txxt appropriation for 

pnrchase of lots 8, 4, and 5 in 1969. 
Square 266: bill to pnrchase (see bill H. R. 11769). 
Sqaare 466: bill to extingnish alley in (see bUI H.R.9068). 
Square 969: bUl to confirm title to lots 18 and 14 in (see bill 

H.R. 631). 
Statue of Francis E. Spinner: joint resolution to erect (see 

H. Res. 375). 
Statutes of: joint resdntion for fortlier distribution of (see 

S.R.231). 
Streets: bill to extend Rhodeldandavenue (see bill S. 4571). 
bills to widen Nineteenth (see bills S. 4751; H. R. 

11186, 11605). 
bills to extend Sixteenth (see bills S. 4784, 5147; H. R. 

11797). 
bills to extend New York avenue (see bills S. 4956; 

H.R. 11972). 

bills toextend Fourth (see bills S. 6054; H. R. 11220). 

biU to extmid Fifth (see 1^1 & 5095). 

bill to provide for opening of streets and avenues 

(see bms. 5147). 
bills to extend Sherman avenue (see bills S. 5177; 

H. R. 11576). 
bill to improve South Carolina avenue (see bill S. 



10992). 



' bills to extend New Hampshire avenue (see biUs S. 

5326; H. R. 11161, 11606). 

UU to extend Seventeenth (see bill S. 5448). 

• bills to extend Le Droit avenue (see bills S. 5486; 

H. R. 12043). 
' bill to change name of Four-and-a-half to John Mar- 
shall street (see bill S. 5501). 
bills to extend Howard avenue (see bills S. 5624; 

H. R. 11765}. 
bill to establish building lines on certain (see bill 

H. R. 10106). 

bill to extend Fourteenth (see bill H. R 

bill to extend S (see bill H. R. 11597). 

bill to extend Pennsylvania avenue (see bill H. R. 

11629). 
amendment in Senate relative to improvement of 

North Capitol 287. 
amendment in Senate relative to improvement of 

Thirty-seventh 287. 
amendment in Senate for appropriation for grading 

and curbing street on west border of Zoological 

Park 1296. 
amendment in Senate for appropriation for extension 

of Fourteenth 1883. 
amendment in Senate to bill (H. R. 11629) for exten- 
sion of Pennsylvania avenue 1969. 
amendment in Senate for appropriation for grading, 

regulating, and curbing street on west border of 

Zoological Park 2206. 
amendment in Senate for extension of Nineteenth 

402. 
amendment in Senate for appropriation for grading 

and paving Nineteenth extended 2266. 
Surveyor's office: estimate of appropriation for fireproof 

facilities for (S. Doo. 46) 898. 



District of Ck>lumbia— Continued. 

Taxes: bill for relief of nonresidents who have paid license 
taxes (see bill S. 3348). 

bills to receive arrearages of taxes at 6 per cent in- 
terest per annum in lieu of penalties and costs (see 
bills S. 4700; H. R. 11443). 

bills for relief of holders of certain tax-sale certifi- 
cates (see bills S. 5417; H. R. 11870). 

TeHephone service in: bills regulating rates tar (see bills S. 
5017; H. R. 11179). 

Theaters: bills to regulate licenses for (see bills S. 5490; 
H. R. 12085). 

Washington^ Alexandria and Mount Vernon BaUway Comr 
pany: annual rq;>ort of (S. Doa 106) 1592, 1^. 

Washington City Centennial: bQl to provide for (see bill 
S. 5391). 

joint resolution f6r joint oonmiittee to arrange for 

(see a R. 200). 

reisolutioa in House for q;iecial conmiittee to arrange 

for (House Res. No. 421), referred 2580. 

resolution in Senate for special committee to whom 

shall be referred so much of President's message as 
recommends, passed 29. 

committee appointed in Senate to arrange for 284. 

• resolution in Senate authorizing select committee to 

act with any committee that may be appointed by 
President, House of Representatives, or citizens of 
District to arrange for, passed 1598. 

WoMngton City Free Library: bills to_provide site for 
buildiiu: for (see bills S. 5243; H. R. 11598), papers 
refeKrea674. 

Washington and Oettyslmrg BaUway Company: bill to al- 
low them to enter District (see bill H. R. 9428). 

Washington and Great Falls F^edric Railway Company: 
annual report of (H. R. Doa 195) 1870^ 1372. 

Washinaton PuJb&c Library: bills to provide site for build- 
HGg for (see bills a 5289; H. R. 11712). 

amendments in Senate to bill (S. 5289) to provide site 

for building for 1675. 

Washington and university Railroad Company: bUls to 
amend charter (see bills a 5351; H. R. 11799). 

annual report of (a Doc. 119) 1880, 1962. 

Weeds: bill for removal of (see biU H. R. 11570). 

Weighmasters: l^lls to punish impersonation or (see bills S. 
8942; H. R. 8^). 

Wharf property and certain public spaces: bill relative to 
controlof (see bill H.^ 10294). 

WHsonPark: billsto purchase (see bills a 5525; H.R. 12076). 

amendment in Senate to purchase 2086. 

Woman*s Naticmal Industrial Exhibit: bill granting an ap- 
propriation to trustees of (see bill S. 5573). 

Young Men's Christian Association: bill to exempt from tax- 
ation certain property of (see bill S. 5310). 

Dittlinger, Michael 

Resolution in House to refer claim to Court of Claims, passed 
1504. 

Divine, John 

Bill to pensiim (see bill H. R. 11892). 
Division of Chemistry. See Department op Agriculture. 

Division of Issue and Redemption. See Treasury Depart- 
ment. 

Division of Loans and Currency. See Treasury Department. 

Division of Mines and Mining. See Geological Survey. 

Dix, Wmiam H. 

Bill to grant certain land to (see bill H. R. 11924). 

Dixon, Lizzie M. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11757). 

Dobbins, C. R. 

Bill to allow him to accept foreign testimonial (see bill H. R. 
6130). 

Dobson, Richard 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 12048). 
Dockery, Alexander M. (a Representatiw from MissourO 

Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 580, 1828, 2646, 2761, 2922. 

Appointed on funeral committee 679. 

Appointed teller 854, 1628. 

Called to the chair 2935. 



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Dockery— Continued. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Indian appropriation bill 276. 

Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 479. 

Post-Office appropriation bill 824. 

Biiia and joint reeolutiona introduced by 

Dungans, Abram: for relief (see bill H. R. 11472) 491. 

Bees, Vashti P: to pension (see bill H. B. 11288) 821. 

White, Amanda F: to increase pension (see bill H. B. 
11390) 397. 
notions and resolutions offered by 

Adjourn: to 1634. 

Blair, Nebr: to recommit bill to erect public building at 

1661. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Missouri, citizens of: for nostal-savings banks 1523, 1591. 

citizens of Cainesvule: against sale of liquor in Gk>v- 

emment buildings 52. 

postmasters of Harrison County: for increase of pay 

1528. 
Missouri house of representatives: for care of Confederate 

cemeteries 1940. 
Remarlcs by, on 

Agricultural appropriation bill 846, 847, 848, 849. 

Alaska criminal laws 418. 

Appropriations 2490, 2491 (Appendix 155). 

Army appropriation bill 2399, 2400, 2401, 2404, 2475, 2477, 

2478. 
Army reorganization 1174, 1179, 1180, 1181, 1182, 1183, 1185, 

1186, 1187, 1306, 1307 (Appendix 174). 
Arrearages of taxes 938. 
Benton and Blair statues 1462. 
Blair. Nebr., public building 1563, 1661. 
Cameron. James and Emma S: relief of 1499, 1500. 
Charts of Philippine Islands 487, 488. 
Civil Service Commission 454. 
Department of Justice building 2764, 2765, 2766. 
Dingley, Nelson: death of 1768. 
Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill 608, 609, 610, 611, 

635, 626, 627. 
District of Columbia appropriation bill 163. 

conference report on 2760, 2910, 2911, 2918. 

District of Ck)lumbia assessment certificates 938, 989. 

Eight-hour law 1759. 

Extra pay to volunteers 442, 443. 

Flour inspection 128. 

Fortification appropriation bill 2498. 

French spoliation claims 2659. 

Government Insane Hospital 936. 

Grand Bapids Water Power and Boom Company 1756. 

Great Fafls of Potomac Biver 115, 116, 120, 122, 123, 124, 125, 

126, 127, 128. 
Hahnemann, Samuel: monument to 2883, 2884. 
House employees 2761, 2762. 
House folding room 997, 998. 

Incidental subjects 816, 817, 705, 706, 757, 758, 985, 1657. 
Indemnity to Spain 1951. 2114, 2115, 2116. 
Indian appropriation biU 271, 272, 278, 276, 277, 278, 280. 
Labor legislation 418. 

Legislation on appropriation biUs 1897, 1898, 1899. 
Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 446, 

451 453 454. 
Lewis, Joim W: relief of 820. 
Merchant navy 2498. 

Military Academy appropriation bill 1454, 1455, 1456, 1457. 
i^lissouri public buildings 1804. 
Navy appropriation biU 1998, 1999, 2001, 2010, 2011, 2012, 

2158, ^55. 
Navy personnel bill 725, 726. 
New Hampshire avenue extension 943. 
Nineteenth street improvement 1392, 1393. 
Northway, Stephen A: death of 2075. 
Pacific cable 1864, 1865, 2899. 
Pacific Cable Company 769, 770, 772, 776, 777, 778. 
Patent Office index 1959. 1960. 
Philadelphia Export Exposition 813, 314. 
Post-Office appropriation bill 809, 811, 824. 
Printing in Record 2899. 
Public buUding bills 1561, 1562, 1563, 1571, 1572, 1573, 1574, 

1575, 1576, 1579, 1584, 1585, 1586, 1620, 1621, 1625, 1626, 1629, 

1633, 1634, 2490, 2577, 2578, 2580, 2581, 2584. 
Bailroad right of way 1753, 1754, 1755. 
Beceipts and expenditures 1697, 1698. 
Biver and harbor appropriation bill 1365. 



Dockery— CJontinued. 
Remarics by, on 

Bock Creek Park roadway 945, 946, 947. 

Sayers, Joseph D: services of 337. 

Smith, Sethl£: relief of 1992, 1993. 

Sundry civil appropriation bill 1664, 1666, 1697, 1698, 1864, 
1865, 1871, 1872. 

Territorial governors' pay 486, 487. 

Tewksbury, Samuel: relief of estate 2103. 

Treaty with Spain 1863. 

Typewriters for recording deeds 113. 

War claims 26, 59. 

War deficiency appropriation bill 78, 79. 

Washington, D. C., centennial celebration 2243. 

Washington Public Library 1614, 1615. 

William Cramp & Sons Ship and Engine Building Company: 
relief of 853, 854, 857, 858, 859, 867. 

Williams, W. D: relief of 941. 

Yellowstone National Park 2396. 
yotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Bodge, Oardner 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 3567). 
Dodge, Hattie E. 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 11930). 

Petition for relief 2530. 

Dodge, John S. 

Bills to correct military record (see bills S. 5339; H. B. 11811). 
Dodge, William C, 

BUI for relief (see bill S. 3061 ). 
Doebler, John 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 247). 
Doherty, Judith 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11899). 
Doniver, Jonathan P. (a Bepresentative from Jknoa) 

Attended 14. 
Appointed conferee 2528. 
Appointed on funeral committee 679. 

Biils and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Certificates of deposit: to redeem outstanding (see bill H. B. 
11616) 682. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Iowa, citizens of: for certain legislation 525. 

• citizens of Kossuth County: for woman suffrage in 

Hawaii 2122. 

citizens of Estherville: for service-pension bill 680. 

postmasters of: relative to pay of fourth-class post- 
masters 1412. 
Iowa Grain Shippers' Association: relative to stamp tax 2122. 
Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization 1029-1035. 
Civil-service law 462. 
De Leon, Edwin: relief of heirs 1661. 
Dingley, Nelson: death of 1765. 
Iowa Agricultural College bells 505. 
Philippine Islands 1029-1035. 
Reports made by, from . 
Committee on Ways and Means 
Iowa Agricultural College (Beport 1675) 244. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Donaldson, Clara 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11384). 
Donaldson, James T. 

BQl to pension (see bill H. B. 11640). 
Donely, William 

Bill to correct military record (see bill S. 5557). 
Donnelly, E. W. 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 11014). 
Donovan, Margaret 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 12206). 
Doorkeeper of House 

Besolution authorizing him to employ additional folders 

(House Bes. No. 843), passed 52, 631. 
Annual report on public property (H. B. Doc. 19) 16. 
Annual report on books, maps, and pamphlets (H. B. Doo. 
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Dority, Heiiry 

Bill to pension (see biU H. B. 5809). 
Dorr, CJiarlea P. (a Bepreaentative from West Virginia) 
Attended 14. 
Bt7/s and Joint reso/ut/ons introduced by 

Fox, Jonas: to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 
11260) 284. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 
Harper, Jacob: for relief of heirs 857. 
Huddleston, Jarrett C: for relief of heirs 857. 
McVey, Washbnm: for relief of heirs 857, 
Benick, James A: for relief 357. 
Warden, John W: for relief 857. 
Wilson, Charles: for relief of heirs 680. 

Remarics by, on 

Blnefield, W. Va., public building 2596, 2597. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds 
Blnefield, W. Va., public building (Beport 1939) 1519. 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Dorris, Josiah J. 

Bill to pension (see bill EL B. 11069). 
Dougherty, Charles B., and others 

BiUs for relief (see bills H. B. 11594, 11789). 
Papers referred in House 827. 

Dougherty, Patrick 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 1037). 
Douglas, Albert {administrator) 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for purchase of 
certain land records from 20^0. 

Douglas, John 

Besolution in House to pay (House Bes. No. 416), referred 
2424. 

Douglas, Lilly P. 

BiU for relief (see bill H. B. 11018). 
Douglas, William P.. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 12179). 
Dove, Sarah M. 

Papers withdrawn in Senate 2359. 

Dovener, Blackburn B. (a Bepresentative from West Virginia) 
Biiis and Joint resolutions introduced b¥ 

Cunningham, Moses: for relief (see bill H. B. 12130) 2036. 

Hutchinson, Amelia: to increase pension (see bill H. B. 
11501) 525. 

Wheeling. W. Va: to enlarge public building at (see bill 
H. B. 11980) 1442. 

to erect public buildhig at (see bill H. B. 12031) 1590. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Cunningham, James: for relief of estate 2036. 

Monnypenny, Asa: for pension 1523. 

West Virginia, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1475. 
Remarics by, on 

Vennum, Benjamin F: relief of 2887. 
Ifotes of See Yea-and-Nay Votes, 

Dowdy, Bobert W. 

Bills to restore to active list of Army (see bills S. 5002; H. B. 
11036). 

Dowell, Nancy A, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 1907). 
Downey, Archie 

Bill to grant an honorable discharge (see bill H. B. 11551). 

Downing, John 

Bill to increase ^nsion (see bill H. B. 11100). 
Papers referred m House 204. 

Downs, Ellen 

Petition for pension 560. 

Doyle, John 

Besolution in House to refer claim to Court of Claims, 
passed 1504. 



Doyle, T. J. 

Speech delivered at Omaha, Nebr., January 7, 1899, by 1543. 
Draper, John S, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 10716). 
Driggs, Edmund H. (a Bepresentative from New York) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 879, 2303, 2667. 

Appointed on funeral committee 9529. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Calla, Anna: to pension (see bill H. B. 11196) 246. 

Carpenter & Plass: for relief (see bill H. B. 12193) 2580. 

Clarkson, Nicholas: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 
H. B. 11674) 779. 

Churchward, Annie M: to pension (see bill H. B. 11198) 246. 

Donovan, Margaret: to pension (see bill H. B. 12206) 2605. 

East Biver, N. Y: to improve (see bill H. B. 11182) 245. 

Fitzpatrick, James: to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11201) 
246. 

Oammel, Matilda and George J: to pension (see bill H. B. 
12205) 2605. 

Groom, John: to pension (see bill H. B. 11200) 246. 

to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 11675) 779. 

Hands, James: to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11779) 1013. 

Humfries, John: to pension (see bill H. B. 11199) 246. 

Tucker, F. Z: for relief (see bill H. B. 12219) 2772. 

Urban, Maria S: to pension (see biU H. B. 12104) 1879. 

Winterwerb, Julia £: to pension (see bill H. B. 11197) ^46. 
motions and resolutions offered by 

Barry, Michael F: granting life-saving medal to (seeH. Bes. 



Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Brooklyn, N. Y., Woman's Home and Foreign Blissionary 
Society: against seating B. H. Boberts as Bepresentative 
1964. 

New York, business firms of New York City: for improve- 
ment of East Biver and Buttermilk Channel 525. 

New York Grand Army of Bepublic: r^tive to civil serv- 
ice 1018. 
Remarics by, on 

Barry, Michael F: medal for 1849. 

Buttermilk Channel improvement 1361. 

Fort Greene, N. Y., monument 1805. 

Indemnity to Spain 1945, 1946. 

International American Bank 240, 241. 

Naval Academv buildings 2066, 2067, 2146, 2147, 2150. 

Navy personnel bill 669, 670. 

Palmer, John M: pension to 2021. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Invalid Pensions 

Bradley. Chauncey A. (Bbpobt 1927) 1522. 

Crosby, Nelly V. (Bepobt 2129) 1962. 

Davis, Harriet T. (Beport 1774) 825. 

Goldie, Jessie (Beport 1982) 1522. 

Gould, Nellie M. (Beport 1971) 1522. 

Ingram, James W. (Beport 2154) 1963. 

Kenuoch, Dortha E. (Beport 2140) 1968. 

Mitchell, Isaiah (Beport 2035) 1590. 

Bowe, Anna M. (Beport 2134) 1962. 

Smiley, Charles N. (Beport 2182) 1962. 

Snowden, Andrew T. (Beport 1912) 1974. 

Walke, .Julia (Beport 1784) 825. 

Yost, LiUian M. (Beport 1770) 825. 
notes of See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Drugs. See Adulteration. 

Dry Tortugas 

Amendment in Senate relative to fortifioation of 1152. 

Dubuque, loioa 

Bills to erect addition to public buDding at (see bills S. 65d7| 
H. B. 484). 

Duckworth, Calvin 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11285). 
Dudgeon, Joseph A, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5271). 
Dudley, Hollis O. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill EL B. 10862). 
DufC^ Edtoard M. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5420). 



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Duffield, Hiram 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. B. IIMO) • 
Papers referred in Hoase 598. 

Duffleld, W. W. 

Amendment in Senate to return certain stereotyped plates 
to 2465. 

Dunbar, Eveline C 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5124), 
Duncan, Walter E. 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 11554). 

Petition for relief fiom charge of desertion 590. 

Dungans, Abram 

Bill for relief (see biU H. B. 11472). 
Dunham, Theodore W. 

Bills to correct military record (see bills S. 4878; H.E. 10984). 
Dunkleberger, Samud H. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5001). 
Dunlap, Bobert H, 

J<knt resolution to appoint second lieutenant in Marine 
Corps (sees. B. 258). 

Dunlop, Andrew W, 

PetiticA for relief 89. 
Dunn, Frank 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 2419). 

Dunn, William 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5497). 
Dunphy, Patrick 

BU) to correct military record (see bill H. B. 9669). 
Dunseith, North Dakota 

Bill granting certain land to Lake Schutte Cemetery C^rpo- 
rati(m at (see biU S. 5431). 

Duplantier, Alfred 

BiU for relief of estate (see bill H. B. 11947). 
Besolution in House to refer claim of estate to Court of 
Claims (House Bes. No. 891), referred 1589, 1590. 

Durham, North Carolina 

Bill to erect public building at (see boll S. 1749). 

Dutiable Merchandise 

Bill to amend law relative to immediate transportation of 
(seebillH.B. 10459). 

Duties. iS^ee Import Duties. 

Duty, Thomas 

Bill for relief of estate (see bill S. 5222). 
Sagan, P. F, 

Bills for reHef (see bills S. 5151; H. B. 11482). 

Eakin, Catherine 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 9059). 

Earp, Hugh 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11787). 

East Channel. See New York Harbor. 

East Pascagoula, Mississippi 

Bill to locate at Scran ton, Miss., office of deputy collector 
of port of (see bill H. B. 11440). 

East River 

BiU to improve (see bill H. B. 11182). 

East Washington Heights Traction Bailroad Company 

Annual report of (S. Doa 92) 1350, 1370. 
Easterlin, Henry 

Besolution in House to refer claim to Conxt of Claims, 
passed 1504. 

Eastern Bailroad Company of Massachusetts 

Amendment in Senate for revision of refunding claims of 
1597. 

Eastland, Hi (administrator) 

Beport of (}ourt of Claims on claim of (H. B. Doo. 118) 897. 



Eastman^ John 

Paper relative to claim of Medawakanton and Wahpakoota 
bands of Sioux Indians (S. Doc. 80) 91. 

Easton, America 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 9843). 
Easum, IsabeUe F. 

Bill to increase pension (see biU H. B. 5699). 
Eau Claire, Wisconsin 

Bills to erect public building at (see bills S. 5542; H. B. 477). 
Eckerman, John 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11841). 

Papers referred in House 1201. 

Eckington Place. 5ee District op Columbia. 
Eckles, Benjamin. 

Petition for relief 559. 
Eclipse. See Sun's Eclipse. 
Eddowes, Archibald K. 

Bill to place on retired list of Navy (see bill S. 8418) • 
Eddy, Charles C. 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 11610). 
Eddy, Frank M, (a Representative from Minnesota) 

Attended 14. 
Bi//s and joint resofufmns introduced bf 

Turtle Mountain Indians: for relief (see bill H. B. 11228) 268. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Minnesota, citizens of St. Lawrence: for postal savings banks 

1148. 
Minnesotalegislature: for election of Senators by people 1522. 

relative to sale of timber on public lands 2355. 

St. Paul, Minn., Jobbers' Union: relative to finance 269. 
Reports made by, imm 
Committee on Indian Affairs 
Chippewa Indians (Beport 1660) 27. 
yotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Edelstein, Jaccb 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation to pay 2696. 
Edinger Bros. & Jacobi 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 4748). 
Edson, Charles 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 2885). 
Edwards, J.jnes W. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11208). 
Edwards, John 

Papers referred in House 204. 
Edwards, W. L, 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. B. 12217). 
Egrgeman, John JR. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11801)* 

Eggleston, J. R. 

BiU for relief (see bill H. B. 6013). 

Eggleston, W, F. (executor) 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 11763). 

Eight-Hour BilL See Labob; Pubuo Wobks. 

<< Eighteen hundred and sixty-four, or Grant and his 
Generals " 
Joint resolution to purchase painting entitied (see H. Bes. 
849). 

Elections 

Bills to amend law relative to election of Senators (see bills 
S. 1753, 5489). 

Bills to allow use of voting machines in elections of Bepre- 
sentatives (see bills S. 5088; H. B. 11356). 

Bill for election of postmasters (see bill H. B. 11623). 

Bill requiring Director of the Census to furnish Congress 
with statistics relative to (see bill H. B. 11982). 

Joint resolution for amendment to Constitution for elec- 
tion of Senators by direct vote of the people (see S. B. 
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Elections — Continaed . 

Memorial of legislature of Idaho relative to election of 

United States Senators 2038, 2355. 
Memorial of legislature of Minnesota relative to election of 

United States Senators 2689. 
Memorial of legislature of Nevada relative to election of 

United States Senators 1880. 
Memorial of legislature of Washington relative to election 

of United States Senators 2605, 2606, 2774. 

El^rin, lUinoia 

Bills to erect public building at (see bills S. 5457, 5551; 
H.R.4306). 

Elizabeth City, North Carolina 

Bills to establish term of circuit court for (see bills S. 5009; 

H. R. 10998). 
Bills to erect public building at (see bills S. 5548; H. R. 

1088). 

Elk Points, South Dakota 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for improvement 
of harbor at 1416. 

Elk River 

Report of Secretary of War on survey of (H. B. Doc. 147) 
727. 

SlkinB, Stephen B, (a Senator from West Virginia) 

Attended 1. 

Appointed conferee 2622. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 1152, 

1746. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill: addition to Government 

Printing Office 1919. 
Bi/fs and Joint resofut/ona introduced by 

Alaska: to prepare map of (see S. R. 289) 1444. 
Catiett, W. D: for relief (see bill S. 5008) 167. 
Greer, John: to increase pension (see bill S. 5158) 493. 
Hammond, William A: to amend act for relief (see bill S. 

5069} 324. 
Hawaiian Islands: to extend laws of United States over 

(see bill S. 4907) 29. 
New Mexico: to admit as State (see bill S. 5011) 167. 

for completion and furnishing of capitol building in 

(see bill S. 5169) 527. 
Page, Daniel M: for relief (see bill S. 5517) 1919. 
Porto Rico: to extend laws of United States over (see bill 

S. 4908) 29. 

Motions and resofutions offered 0/ 

Scott, Nathan B: to withdraw papers relative to election of 
1965. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Scott, Nathan B: papers relative to election of 1674. 
West Virginia, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1675. 

Remarks by, on 

Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 1745, 

1746. 
Morgantown, W. Va., bridge 2361. 
Nicaragua Canal 793, 794, 843. 
Ohio River improvement 2216. 

Registry of foreign-built vessels 23, 24, 96, 97, 168, 173, 174, 
175, 176, 331, 832. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Commerce 
Etheridge, Joseph W. (amendment) 2206, 
Votes of. See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 
Ellenbast, Theodore 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 10975). 
Ellet, Abigail R. 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 1071), 
Papers referred in House 525. 

Ellett, Malinda 

Pax>ers referred in House 1294. 
Elliott, William (a Representative from South Carolina) 

Attended 14. 
Appointed conferee 727. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Sixth light-house district: bill to establish depot for 760. 



Elliott— Continued. 
Bi/is and Joint resofutions introduced by 

Charleston, S. C: to loan tents and cots for United Confed- 
erate Veterans' Union at (see H. Res. 378) 2605. 
Fishbume, Robert: for relief of estate (see bill H. R. 11003) 

28. 
Lynchs River, S. C: for improvement of (see H. Res. 329) 

633. 
Middleton, George I: for relief (see H. Res. 312) 246. 
Sisson, R. A: for relief (see bill H. R. 11864) 381. 
Stuart. Allan: for relief (see bill H. R. 11351) 357. 
Wee Tee Lake, S. C: for survey of (see H. Res. 321) 881. 
Wingate, Elias S: for relief (see bill H. R. 12194) 2530. 
Motions and resofutions offered by 

Sampit River, S. C: for survey of (House CJon. Res. No. 58) 

356. 
South Carolina: for examination of waterways in (House 

Con. Res. Nos. 56, 57) 356. 
Petit/on s and papers presented by, from 

Charleston, S. C, board of health: relative to yellow fever 
246. 

Charleston, S. C, Chamber of Commerce: relative to reor- 
ganization of consular service 1293. 

North Carolina, citizens of: for improvement of Waccamaw 
and other rivers 634. 

South Carolina, citizens of: for improvement of Santee 
River 2122. 

citizens of: for improvement of Wee Tee Lake 381. 

South Carolina legislature: for improvement of Congaroe 
River 2122. 
Remarics by, on 

Sixth light-house district depot 2887. 

South Carolina courts 196. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on the Judieiarp 
Claiborne County, Miss., judicial district (Report 2285) 

2258. 
South Carolina courts (Rbpobt 1672) 165. 

Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Ellis, George H. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for monument to 
1479. 

Ellis, William R, (a Representative from Oregon) 

Attended 14. 

Leave of absence granted to 1635. 
Biiis and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Arkansas Volunteers: to amend act granting pensions to 

Gray's battalion (see bill H. R. 11637) 728. 
Boothby, Josiah S: to pension (see bill H. R. 11005) 28. 
Land cases: to regulate taking of proofs and filings in (see 

bill H. R. 11624) 728. 
Pendleton, Oreg: granting right of way through Umatilla 

Indian Reservation (see bill H. R. 10991) 27. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

National Federation of Temperance and Religious Organi- 
zations: for temperance legislation 675. 

New York churches: for temperance legislation 675,1200. 

Oregon, citizens of Baker City: relative to civil service 2425. 

postmasters of: for increase of 1523. 

Oregon legislature: for relief of Indian war veterans 1056, 

for Nicaragua Canal 1522. 

for election of Senators by people 1522. 

for improvement of Yaquina harbor 1522. 

Remarks by, on 

Alaska criminal laws 518. 

Lewis, John D: relief of 319, 320. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Public Lands 
Saginaw Southern Railroad Company (Report 1674) 204. 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Ellis Island, New York 

Estimate of additional appropriation for immigrant station 
at (H. R. Doc. 118) 428. 

Ellison, George C. 

Bill for reHef (see bill H. R. 1267). 
EUmaker, Thomas G, 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 9298). 



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Ellsworth, Sampson B. 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. R. 11585). 
EUawortli, William JL 

Petition for relief 660. 
Elmer, Adele W. 

Bills to increase pension (see bills S. 5194; H. R. 11564). 
Elmira, New York 

Bills to erect pnblic building at (see bills S. 5535; H. R. 
11861). 

Elmore, Levi 

Resolution in House to refer claim to Ck>urt of Claims, 
passed 1504. 

Ely, John K. 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5022). 
Embassies. See Diplomatic and Ck)NSULAB Sebyicb. 
Emert, Daniel O. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11767). 
Emery, George W, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 1245). 

Emery, John C, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 2101). 
Papers withdrawn in Senate 2776. 

Emery Guns. See Ordnance and Fortifications. 

Engineers. See Armt. 

English Army Medical Reports. See British Troops in 
India. 

Engrossed and Enrolled Bills. See Conorbss. 

Envelopes. See Post-Oppice Department. 

Epps, James H, 

Bill to restore to rolls of Navy (see bill H. R. 11216) . 
Epps Island Shoals. See James Riyeb. 

Ermentrout, Daniel (a Representative from Pennsylvania) 
Attended 14. 

Leave of absence granted to 2169. 
BtVs and Joint resolutions introduced 6/ 

Cawley, Morris F: for relief (see bill H, R. 11620) 682. 
Reed, Levi L: for relief (see bill H. R. 11988) 1475. 
Richards, Sarah M: to pension (see bill H. R. 11838) 1200. 
Snyder Daniel H: for relief (see bill H. R. 11068) 89. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

AUentown, Pa., churches: for temperance legislation 1371, 

1443. 
Army and Navy Union: relative to clerical force of Navy 

1528. 
Baltimore, Md., Board of Trade: to increase efficiency of 

consular service 682. 
Bennett, Mrs. James: for woman sufihrage in Hawaii 559. 
Berks County, Pa., Retail Grocers* Association: for legisla- 
tion regulating sale of food products 398. 
Chicago, 111., Board of Trade: for improvement of river 

882. 
Detroit, Mich., Chamber of Commerce: for extension of 

parcels-post facilities 321. 
Detroit, Mich., Manufacturers' Club: for extension of par- 

cels-piost facilities 821. 
Detroit, Mich., Merchants and Manufacturers* Exchange: 

for extension of parcels-post facilities 321. 
Detroit, Mich., Paint, Oil, and Varnish Club: for extension 

of parcels-post facilities 321. 
Eureka, Cal., harbor commissioners: for improvement of 

channel 429. 
Grand Army of Republic: for appropriation for Gettysburg 

National Military Park 17. 
Hoyt, Leroy: for certain legislation 89. 
Knights of Labor: to increase American shipping 2355. 
Knoxville, Tenn., Chamber of Commerce: for fast mail 

service 1293. 
Lubin, David: relative to legislation to increase American 

shipping 1672. 
National Board of Trade: for certain legislation 1293. 
National Paint and Varnish Association: for department 

of industry and commerce 331. 
New York Chamber of Commerce: to increase efficiency of 

consular service 682. 



Ermentrout — Continued. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

New York Merchants* Association: for certain legislation 
429, 1293, 1523. 

New York Shipping and Industrial League: to increase 
American shipping 1293. 

Pennsylvania, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1726. 

merchants of Hamburg: relative to stamp tax 429. 

Pennsylvania Eastern Conference of Evangelical Associa- 
tion: against seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 
2530. 

Pennsylvania Farmers* Alliance: to increase American ship- 
ping 1201. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Ancient Order of Hibernians: against 
alliance with England 682. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Mather & Co: for light-ship in mouth of 
Chesapeake Bay 429. 

Philadelphia, Pa., National Board of Trade: for improved 
transportation of packages by mail 398. 

Pittsburg, Pa., National Kestriction Immigration Associa- 
tion: to restrict immigration 17. 

Reading, Pa., labor associations: for labor legislation 729. 

Reading, Pa. , Ministerial Association: against seating B. H. 
Roberts as Representative 1779. 

Reading, Pa., Wood-Pulley Company: for certain legisla- 
tion 2530. 

Reed, Levi L: for relief 1475. 

Richards, Sarah Maginley: for pension 1201. 

St. Louis, Mo. , Wholesale Liquor Dealers* Association: rela* 
tive to whisky in bond 246. 

Schuylkill Valley Veterinary Association: to increase rank 
of veterinary surgeons 780. 

United States, Catholic archbishops of: relative to Indian 
schools 321. 

women of: for women nurses in hospital service 1148. 

United States Brewers' Association: relative to internal- 
revenue tax 1917. 

Women's National Indian Association: for certain legisla* 
tion 780. 
Remarks by, on 

Dingley, Nelson: death of (Appendix 210). 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Ernst, Anton 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill S. 1495). 
Ervin, John 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. R. 12213). 

Petition for correction of military record 2772. 

Escambia Ck>unty, Alabama 

Bill to allow county to bridge Conecuh River (see bill H. R. 
9281). 
Essen, Lemuel J, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5164). 
Esther {steamer) 

Bills to provide American register (see bills S. 5519; H. R, 
12105). 

Estherville Minim Creek Canal 

Concurrent resolution in House to ascertain cost of extend- 
ing (House Con, Res. No. 57) , referred 356. 

Etberidge, Joseph W. 

Amendment in Senate for relief of widow and children of 
1416, 2206. 

Eulogies 

Eulogies in Senate qn Edward Dean Cooke 1161. 

Eulogies in Senate on Nelson Dingley 2640. 

Eulogies in Senate on William F. Love 2735. 

Eulogies in Senate on Justin S. Morrill 2175. 

Eulogies in Senate on Stephen A. Northway 2727. 

Eulogies in Senate on John Simpkins 2058. 

Eulogies in Senate on John W. Cranford (Appendix 259, 

260). 
Eulogies in House on John W. Cranford 2930 (Appendix 

158, 260). 
Eulogies in House on Nelson Dingley 1760 (Appendix 210). 
Eulogies in House on Denis M. Hurley (Appendix 129, 252, 

253, 255, 259, 261). 
Eulogies in House on Justin S. Morrill 2196. 
Euolgies in House on Stephen A. Northway 2072, 2077, 2078 

(Appendix 154, 253, 254). 
Eulogies in House on John Simpkins 1228 (Appendix 132, 



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Eulogies— Contintied. 

Etdogies in House on E. C. Walthall and W. F. Loye 2400 
(Appendix 252). 

Concurrent resolution in Senate to print additional copies of 
eulogies on Justin S. Morrill, passed 2843, 2923. 

Concurrent resolution in House to print additional copies of 
eulogies on Nelson Dingley, passed 2837, 2907. 

Resolution in Senate to aJ^ow printing of undelivered eulo- 
gies on John W. Cranford, passed )^14. 

Resolution in Senate to allow printing of undeliyered eulo- 
gies on Denis M. Hurley, passed 2776. 

Resolution in House to allow printing of undelivered eulo- 
gies on John W. Cranford, passed 2930. 

Eureka, California 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 4928). 
Evans, Andrew S, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 8307). 
Evans, O, D. 

Petition for increase of pension 2605. 

Evans, George 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5272). 
Evans, Oriffeth 

Bill to increase ^nsion (see bill H. R. 11454). 

Papers referred in House 1057. 

Evans, Morris B, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 4917). 
Evans, Walter (a Representative from Kentucky) 
Attended 14. 

Appointed on funeral committee 679. 
Appointed teller 463. 
Called to the chair 2334. 
Chairman Committee of Whole 769. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 453. 
Bi7/s and joint resolutions introduced by 

Cousens, George L: for relief (see bill H. R. 11721) 881. 
Kelly, Mary E: to pension (see bill H. R. 11636) 728. 
Oldham. Emily: to pension (see bill H. R. 11519) 559. 
Sherrard, Annie B: to increase pension (see bill H.R. 11062) 

89. 
War expenditures: to amend act to provide ways and means 

to meet (see bill H. R. 11355) 380. 
Washington, D. C. : to provide for additional park in (see bill 
H. R. 11442) 464. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Cousins, George Louis, for relief 882. 

Figg, Hamilton J: for relief 826. 

Kentucky Equal Rights Association: for woman suffrage 
284. 
Remarks by, on 

Civil-service law 453, 456, 462. 

Dingley, Nelson: death of 1769. 

Distilled spirits 2889. 

Seed distribution 350. 

Sixth judicial circuit judge 408. 

War claims 2659. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Ways and Means 
Maddux, L. O. (bill H. R. 11195) 1610. 
Removal of distilled spirits (Report 1825) 1012. 
fotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Svanston, Illinois 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 9688). 

Bverly, Jesse 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11017). 
Papers referred in House 53. 

Everts, Morgan 

Papers referred in House 1338. 
Examining Surgeons. See Pension Examining Surqeons. 

Executive Departments 

Bills giving preference to soldiers and sailora in appoint- 
ments in (see bill S. 3256; S. R. 232). 

Bills relative to bonds of officers, employees, and clerks in 
(see bills S. 5458; H. R. 11957, 12203). 



Executive Departments — Continued. 

Bill to establish department of mineralogy and mining (see 

bill H. R. 11571). 
Amendment in Senate giving inference to soldiers and 

sailors of war with Spfun in appointments under 885. 
Amendment in Senate for increase of salaries of engineers 

of buildings occupied by 1061. 
Amendment in Senate proposing to increase salaries of clerks 

to heads of 1152. 

Executive Nominations and Ckmfirmations 

Abbot, F. Vm to be major. Corps of EngineeN, United States Army; 

nominated 68; confirmed 192. 
Abbott, Om to be postmaster at East Douglas, Mass.; nominated 000; 

confirmed 804. 
Abbott, J. B., to be postmaster at Oonyemeor, N. Y.; nominated 600; 

confirmed lOUO. 
Abrams, W. J., to be second lieutenant. Second United States Volnn- 

teer Cavalry: nominated 871; confirmed 475. 
Adams, C, to be major and brigade surgeon. United States Yolnn- 

teers; nominated 70; confirmed 190. 
Adams, O., to be captain, Seventh United States Artillery; nomina1»d 

64; confirmed 105. 
Adams, J. B., to be first lieutenant. Fourth United States Yelunteer 

Infantry ; nominated 73; confirmed 300. 
Adams, J. D., to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 

2870. 
Adams, J. Q., to be postmaster at Marengo, UL; nominated 678; con- 
firmed 1304. 
Adams, M. B., to be lieutenant-colonel. Corps of Engineers, United 

States Army; nominated 88: confirmed 102. 
Adams, M. M., to be postmaster at Seneca, Mo.; nominated 600; con- 
firmed 1600. 
Adams, S. P., to be first lieutenant, Ninth United States Cavalry; 

nominated 018; confirmed 1082. 
Adams, W. T., to be register of the land ofllce at Lander, Wyo.; nom- 

inatoa 30; confirmed 180. 
Ahem, G. P., to be captain, Ninth United States Infantry; nominated 

66; confirmed 196. 
Aiken, J. B., to be chief boatswain in Navy; nominated 2878; confirmed 

2878. 
Ainsworth, F. C, to be brigadier-general and Chief of Record and 

Pension Office of War Department; nominated 2874: confirmed 2870. 
Alaback, O. B., to be postmaster at East Palestine, Ohio; nominated 

367; confirmed 072. 
Albrecht, G. A., to be postmaster at Plymouth, Wis.; nominated 071; 

confirmed 1214. 
Aleshire, J. B., to be lieutenantKKdonel and chief quartermaster. 

United States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 907. 
Alexander, E. I., to be second lieutenant. Tenth United States Vol- 
unteer Ixifantry; nominated 374; confirmed 477. 
Alexander, J. B., to be postmaster at Oswego, N. T.; nominated 3G6; 

confirmed 666. 
Alger, F. M, to be brevet major, United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 1250. 
Allaire, W. H., to be captain. Twenty-third United States Infantry; 

nominated 66; confirmed 102. 
Allan, £., to be united States attorney for eastern district of Virginia; 

nominated 154: confirmed 388. 
AUderdice, W. H., to be lieutenant in Navy; n<»ninated 2872; confirmed 

2877. 
Allen, C. A., to be first lieutenant. Fifth United States Volunteer In- 

fantrv: nominated 372: confirmed 476. 
Allen, L>. v., to be passed assistant engineer in Navy; nominated 441; 

confirmed 542. 
to be lieutenant (jui^or grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; con- 
firmed 2878. 
Allen, H. T., to be captain. Sixth United States Cavalry; nominated 

154; confirmed 300. 
to be brevet lieutenant-colonel, United States V<dunteers; nom- 
inated 1250. 
Allen, J., to be major. Signal Corps, United States Army; nominated 

68; confirmed 102. 
to be colonel and signal officer. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 72; confirmed 308. 
Allen, L. C, to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 1215. 
Alien, L. J., to be captain in Navy; nominated 2870; confirmed 2876. 
Allen, R. H., to be first lieutenant. Sixth United States Infantry; nom- 
inated 12^; confirmed 1302. 
Allen, W. H.j(to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2872; 

confirmed 2877. 
AUibone, C. O., to be commander in Navy; nominated 81; confirmed 

190. 
Allison, A. C, to be postmaster at Miffiintown, Pa.; nominated 607; 

confirmed 1804. 
Allison, J. R, to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States Army; 

nominated 60; confirmed 101. 
Almy, W. £., to be captain, Tenth United States Cavalry; nominated 

(H; confirmed 105. 
Aloe, A., to be second lieutenant. Eighteenth United States Infantry; 

nominated 60; confirmed 191. 
Althouse, A., to bo lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; 

confirmed 2878. 
Alvord, B., to be captain. Twentieth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 66; confirmed 103. 
to be major and chief ordnance officer. United States Volun- 
teers: nominated 72; confirmed 306. 
Alvord, C. M., to be postmaster at Livonia Station, N. T.; nominated 

1888; confirmed 18^. 
Ames, A., tobebrigadesnrgeon. United States Volunteers; nominated 

2099; confirmed 2730. 
Amos, T. L., to be first lieutenant. Ordnance Department, United 

States Army: nominated 64; confirmed 195. 
Amesse, J., to be postmaster at Lake Linden, Mich.; nominated 365; 

confirmed 1G32. 
Ammen, U. G., to be passed assistant paymaster in Navy; nominated 

2U99; confirmed 223^ 
Ammerman, J. W., to be postmaster at Eaton, Ohio; nominated 307; 

confirmed 072. 
Anderson, A. Van P., to be brevet first lieutenant, United Statet 

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Anderson, EL, to bo brevet major, United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 1250. 

Anderson, £. A., to be advanced five numbers in grade of lieutenant 
in Navy; nominated 31. 

Anderson, E. D., to be brevet captain, United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1248. 

Anderson, G., to be postmaster at Castleton, N. T.; nominated 366; 
confirmed 656. 

Anderson, G. S., to bo major, Seventh United States Cavalry; nomi- 
nated 153; confirmed 309. 

Anderson, J. H., to bo first lieutenant. Tenth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 373; confirmed 477. 

Anderson, J. P., to be second lieutenant, United States Volunteer 
Signal Corps; nominated 918; confirmed 1062. 

Anderson, M. A., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 

2877. __ 

* " ^' States Infantry; nomi- 

tates Volunteers; nom- 

it, United States Army ; 

ft nominated 2873; con- 

T of subsistence. United 

[809. 

ed 2870; confirmed 2876. 

a.; nominated 868; con- 

, United States Army; 
dnated 2872; confirmed 
%L; nominated 186; con- 
States Infantry; nomi- 

r; nominated 1246. 

>vy; nominated 62; con- 

rnited States Volunteer 

;e8 Volunteer Infantry; 

States Infantry; nomi- 

ry, United States Army ; 

r district of St. Marks, 

p, Ohio; nominated 971; 

reon. United States Vol- 

Sr,N.T., nominated 579; 

ae, N. Mex.; nominated 

Artillery, United States 

lated 62; confirmed L 
kvy; nominated 62; con 

Armstrong, A. A., to be Indian agent at Fort Ajiache Agency in Ari- 
zona; nominated 1496. 

Armstrong, F. S., to be first lieutenant. Tenth United States Cavalry; 
nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

Armstrong, J., to be second lieutenant. Seventh United States Volun 
teer Infantry; nominated 373; confirmed 476. 

Armstrong, J. W., to be postmaster at Eddystone, Pa. ; nominated i 
confirmed 1304. 

Arnold, S., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Arrasmith, J. Mm to be major and chief commissary of subsistence. 
United States Volunteers; nominated 474; confirmed 665. 

to be captain. Tenth United States Infantry; nominated G05; 

confirmed 806. 

Arrowsmitb, G. D., to be second lieutenant, Thirteenth United States 
Infantrv; nominated 69: confirmed 191. 

Arthur, G. G., to be additional paymaster. United States Volunteers; 
nominated 73; confirmed 309. 

Arthur, W. H., to be major and surgeon. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 68; confirmed 192. 

Ashbum, P. M., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United 
States Army; nominated 154; confirmed 309. 

Ashcom, Ada U., to be postmaster at Ligonier, Pa.; nominated 368; 
confirmed 2879. 

Ashheim, A., to be postmaster at Brownsville, Tex.: nominated 369; 
confirmed 542. 

Ashton, C, to be ipostmaster at Guthrie Center, Iowa; nominated 188; 
confirmed 376. 

Ashton, H. M., to to be postmaster at Spenoerville, Ohio; nominated 
367; confirmed 972. 

Ashworth. T. W.. to be postmaster at Tippecanoe City, Ohio; nomi- 
nated 2738; confirmed I&80. 

Aston, R., to be captain in Navy; nominated 2871: confirmed 2876. 

Astor, J. J., to be brevet colonel, United States Voluiiteers; nominated 
1250. 

Atkinson, B. W., to be captain. Fifth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 704; confirmed 80a 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Augur, A. A., to be urevet major. United States Army; nominated 

Augustin, J. N., to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; 
nominated 1249. 

Aultman, D. K. to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; 
nominated 1391. 

Auman, W., to bo brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army; 
nominated 1245. 

Austin, G., to be second lieutenant, Bi|^th United States Volunteer 
Inftotry: nominated 874; conflarmed«8. 

Austin, J. F., to be postmaater at Corry, Pa.; nominated 1796; con- 
firmed 2100. 



Executive Nominations and Conflrmationa — Continued* 

Austin, L. A., to be postmaster at Granville, Ohio; nominated 367; 
confirmed 972. 

Averill, F. L., to bo captain. Third United States Volunteer Ehigineers; 
nominated 1300; confirmed 1690. 

Averill. N. K., tobe brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nom- 
inated 1249. 

Aver, W. E., to be captain, Third United States Infantry; nominated 
1251; confirmed 1391. 

Ayers, J. G., to be medical director in Navy; nominated 186; con- 
firmed 309. 

Ayres, C. G. , to bo brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1251. 

to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army; nominated 

1245. 

Babcock, C. E., to be second lieutenant. Twelfth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Babcock, C. S., to be second lieutenant. First United States Cavalry; 
iioininated 65, 605; confirmed 195, 803. 

Babcock, E. B., to be postmaster at Kalkaska, Mich.; nominated 606; 
conflrm<^ 1496k 

Babcock, F. B., to be postmaster at Smithville, N. Y.; nominated 366; 
confirmed 656. 

Bach, C, to be postmaster at Kingston, Pa.; nominated 1689; con- 
firmed 287D. 

Bach, W. P., to be postmaster at Pottstown, Pa.; nominated 368; con- 
firmed 1304. 

Bacon. J. H., to be first lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 375; confirmed 479. 

Badger, C. J., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Bacbr, M. J., to be United States consul at Kehl, Germany; nominated 
30; confirmed 156. 

Bailey, C, to be lieutenant (Junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

Bailoy, C. M., to be colonel Sixteenth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 65; confirmed 193. 

Bailey, F. H., to be advanced three numbers in grade of chief engineer 
in Navy; nominated 704. 

to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2872; con- 
firmed 2877. 

Bailey, G. G., to be brevet captain. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 1250. 

Bailey, H., to be postmaster at Claremont, N. H.; nominated 2236; con- 
firmed 2740. 

Bailey, H. L., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 

Bailoy, J. A., to be captain and commissary of subsistenoe. United 

States Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 806. 
Bailey, W. C. to be first lieutenant United States Volunteer Signal 

Corps; nominated 655; confirmed 803. 
Bain, w. H., to be postmaster at Canajoharie, N. Y.; nominated 1795; 

confirmed 1892. 
Bainbridge, D. M., to be i>ostmaster at Clinton, Mich. ; nominated 365; 

confirmed 1652. 
Baird, G. W., to be conmiander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 

2876. 
Baird, H. E., tobe receiver of public moneys at Devil's Lake, N. Dak.; 

nominated 62; confirmed 189. 
Baird, S., to be captain and assistant quartermaster United States 

Volunteers: nominated 71; confirmed 307. 
Baird, T. C, to be second lieutenant. Fifth United States Volunteer 

Infantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 
Baker, A. C, to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 

confirmed 2876. 
Baker, C. B., to be major and chief quartermaster, United States Vol- 
unteers; nominated 474; confirmed 655. 
Baker, C. T., to be captain and assistant quartermaster. United States 

Volunteers: nominated 71; confirmed 907. 
Baker, D., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United States 

Armjr; nominated 64; confirmed 196. 
Baker, D. J., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 

1390. 
Baker, E. L., to be first Ueutensnt, Tenth United States Volunteer 

Infantry; nominated 373; confirmed 477. 
Baker, H. T., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 2878. 
Bilker, J. M., to be captain and assistant quartermaster, United States 

Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 307. 
Baker, S., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army; nom- 
inated 1245. 
Balch, L., to be major and brigade surgeon. United States Volunteers; 

nominated 72; confirmed 309. 
Baldredge, J. C, to be captain and commissary of subsistenoe, United 

States volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 807. 
Baldwin, L. M., to be postmaster at Whittier, Cal.; nominated 909; 

confirmed 1C90. 
Baldwin, M., to be first lieutenant. Eleventh United States Infantry; 

nominated 68; confirmed 191. 
Baldwin, T. A., to be brigadier-general. United States Volunteers; 

nominated 70: confirmed 190. 
Baldwin, T. A., jr., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States 

Armv; nominated 60; confirmed 191. 
Baldwin, W. H., to be major and commissary of subsistence. United 

States Army; nominated 68; confirmed 192. 
Ball, C. B., to oe postmaster at Montour Falls, N. Y.; nominated 2S76; 

confirmed 2879. 
Ball, W., to be passed assistant engineer in Navy; nominated 441; 

confirmed 542. 
to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; con- 
firmed 2878. 
Balliziger, A. M., to be postmaster at Upland, Ind.; nominated 970; 

confirmed 1163. 
Bamford, F. E., to be first lieutenant, Fifteenth United States Infan- 
try; nominated 67; confirmed 194. 
Bandholtz, H. H. , tobe brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 

1217. 
Banister, W. B., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 

1245; withdrawn 2874. 
to be brevet lieutenant-colonel, United States Volunteers; nom- 
inated 2874. 
Bankhead, H M.. to Iw captain. Fifth United States Vohmteer Infim- 

try; nominated 202; confirmed 476. 
Banks, R. G.. to be collector of customs for district of Norfolk and 

Portsmouth, Va.; nominated 156; conflrxned 218. 



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Bannon, P. M., to bo brevet first lieutenant in United States Marine 
Conw; nominated 32; confirmed 189. 

to be captain. United States Marine Corps; nominated 2S70; con- 
firmed 2873. 

Barber, H. A., to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 
1348. 

Barber. H. R., to be i>o8tmaster at Atbol, Mass.; nominated 1795; con- 
firmed 1893. 

Barber, J. U, to be postmaster at Bapid City, S. Dak.; nominated 3G9; 
confirmed 479. 

Barber, T. H., to be brigadier-general, United States Volunteers; 
nominated 541; confirmed Co6. 

Barden, W. J., to bo first lieutenant, Corps of Engineers, United States 
Army; nominated €8; confirmed 193. 

Barker, J. W., to bo first lieutenant. Third United States Infantry, 
nominated 67; conf i-med 19i. 

to be major and chief ordnance officer. United States Volunteers; 

nominated 71; confirmed 190. 

to bo brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Barker, W. B., to bo cajatain and assistant quartermaster, United 
States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed B07. 

Barkloy, P. A., to bo postmaster at Lincolnton, N. C; nominated 971, 
confirmed 1214. 

Barlow, W. S., to bo brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nominated 1249. 

Barnes, D. H.. to be postmaster at Port Arthur, Tex.; nominated 1795; 
confirmed 1803. 

Bai*nes, E. M., to bo postmaster at Alexander City, Ala.; nominated 
2738; confirmed 2880. 

Barnes, J. W., to be second lieutenant. Eighteenth United States In- 
fantry: nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Barnes, W., to bo surveyor of customs for i>ortof Albany, N. Y. ; nom- 
inated 704; confirmed 1304. 

Bamett, C. R., to be lieutenant-colonel and deputy quartermaster- 
general. United States Army; nominated 68; confirmed 193. 

— — — to be lieutenant-colonel and chief quartermaster. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 306. 

Bamett, G., to be captain. United States Marine Corps; nominated 
1496; confirmed 1689. 

Bamett, B. W., to be second lieutenant. Twelfth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 09; confirmed 191. 

Barnette, W. J., to bo commander in Navy; nominated 2871; con- 
firmed 2870. 

Barnhardt, G. C. to be first lieutenant. Fourth United States Cavalry; 
nominated 018; confirmed 1083. 

to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; nominated 

1240. 

Barnum, M. H., to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 
1248. 

Barr, M. H., to be postmaster at Milton, Pa.; nominated 868; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Barr, M. P., to be chief sailmaker in Navy; nominated 3874; confirmed 
3879. 

Barrett, E. J., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. Second 
United States Volunteer Engineers; nominated 374; confirmed 477. 

Barrett, G., to lie brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1245. 

Barroll, H. H.. to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2878. 

Barrow, D. C, to be second lieutenant. Third United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 872; confirmed 476. 

to be first lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer Infantry; 

nominated 871; confirmed 475. 

Barrows, S. J., to be Librarian of Con/?ress; nominated 1801. 

Barry, W. A., to be chief carpenter in Navy; nominated 2873; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Borteau, M. F., to be ixjstmaster at Appleton, Wis.; nominated 973; 
confirmed 1214. 

Barth, C. H., to be captain, Twelfth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 66: confirmed 103. 

Bartlett, C. W., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 
3871; confirmed 287a 

Bartlett, F. W., to be chief engineer in Navy; nominated 62; con- 
firmed 189. 

to bo lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872: confirmed 2877. 

Barton, A., to be second lieutenant. Sixth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Barton, F. A., to be first lieutenant. Third United States Cavalry; 
nominated 918; confirmed 1083. 

Barton, J. K., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2S71; 
confirmed 2876. 

Barton, R. H., to be postmaster at Moscow, Idaho: nominated 137; 
confirmed 375. 

Barton, R. M., to be first lieutenant, Sixth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Bash, L. H., to bo first lieutenant. Twentieth United States Infantry; 
nominated 1251; confirmed 1392. 

to bo brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nominated 

1391. 

Bass, L. M., to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States Army; 
nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Bassarcar, J. A., to be surveyor of customs for port of Greenport, 
N. Y.; nominated 704; confirmed 1304. 

Bassett, F. B.,to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 31; 
confirmed 190. 

to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 3877. 

Batchelor, J. B., to be captain. Twenty-fourth United States Infantry; 
nominated 66: confirmed 193. 

Bates, A. B., to bo advanced three numbers in grade of chief engineer 
in Navy; nominated 31. 

to bo commander in Navy; nominated 3871; confirmed 2876. 

Bates, C. F., to be second lieutenant. Twenty- fifth United States In- 
fantry: nominated 09; confirmed 191. ^ 

Bateon, M. A., to be first lieutenant. Fourth United States Cavalry; 
nominated 64; confirmed 196. 

Battey, D. C^ to be postmaster at Florence, Eans.; nominated 579; 
confirmed 704. 

Battle, J. S., to be first lieutenant. Eleventh United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

Baumhoff, F. W., to be postmaster at St. Louis, Mo.; nominated 366; 
confirmed 973. 

Bawsel, E. E., to be second lieutenant and signal officer. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 73; confirmed 308. 



Executive NominationB and Confirmatioxui — Oontmned. 

Bay ley, W. R, to be advanced two numbers in grade of chief engineer 
in Navy; nominated 31. 

to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 3871; con- 
firmed 2876. 

BayUes^., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Beach, E. L., to bo lieutenant in Navy; nominated 3873; confirmed 
2877. 

Beach, R. V., to be first lieutenant, first United States Volunteeer 
Engineers; nominated 373; confirmed 478. 

Beach, W. D., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 1350. 

to be brevet colonel. United States Volunteers; nominated 1250. 

Beacom. J. H., to be^ieu tenant-colonel and assistant adjutant-general. 
United States Volunteers; nominated 70; confirmed 190. 

Beall, C. n., to be postmaster at Uniontown, Pa.; nominated 3570; con- 
firmed 3879. 
• Bcall, F. M. M., to be captain, Third United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 1351; confirmed 1391. 

Board. W. L. C, to be first lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 375; confirmed 478. 

Bcatty, F. E. , to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2S71; 
confirmed 3877. 

Beck, B., to be postmaster at Horicon, Wis.; nominated 973; confirmed 
1214. 

Beck, H., to be postmaster at Hillsboro, Tex.; nominated 369; con- 
firmed 542. 

Beck, W. H., to bo brevet major. United State.s Army; nominated 1251. 

to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army ; ncmiinated 

1245. 

Beckett, B. T., to be postmaster at Clayton, N. J.; nominated 608; 
confirmed 983. 

Beckham. R. H., to be brevet major, United States Volunte^; nomi- 
nated 1350. 

Beckurts, C. L., to be captain. Sixteenth United States Infantry; 
nominated 1796; confirmed 1891. 

Bee, A. A., to bo postmaster at West Unicm, W. Va.; nominated 370; 
confirmed 973. 

Beebe, D. G., to be assistant surgeon in Navy; nominated 62; con- 
firmed 189. 

Beebe, W. S., to be major and chief ordnance officer. United States 
Volunteers: nominated 71; confirmed 190. 

Bcecher, A. M., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 81; c<mflrmed 
189. 

Beecher, H., to be postmaster at Monticello, N. Y.; nominated 366; 
confirmed 656. 

Beede, C, to be Indian inspector; nominated 62; confirmed 310. 

Belknap, R. R., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2878. 

Bell, C. J., to be assistant treasurer of the United States at New Or- 
leans, La.; nominated ICIO; confirmed 1796. 

Bell, E., to be first lieutenant. Eighth United States Infantry; nom- 
inated 67; confirmed 194. 

Bell, G., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 1346. 

Bell, J. E., to be second lieutenant, Twelfth United States Infantry; 
nominated 60; confirmed 191. 

Bell, J. M., to be brevet colonel. United States Army; nominated 1251. 

Bell, W. H., to be assistant surgeon in Navy; nominated 62; con- 
firmed 189. 

Bell, W.L., to be assistant surgeon in Navy; nominated G3; confirmed 
189. 

Bellinger, J. B., to be major and chief quartermaster. United States 
Volunteers: nominated 71; confirmed 307. 

Bellinger, L.F., to bo captain. Third United States Volunteer Engi- 
neers; nominated 1390; confirmed 1090. 

Bellows, E.,to be pay director In Navy; nominated 62; confirmed ISO. 

Benchley, E. N., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nonunated 1349. 

Bender, J. C, to be postmaster at National Military Home, Ohio; 
nominated 367; confirmed 972. 

Benedict, A., to be captain and commissary of subsistence. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 308. 

Benham, H. H., to be major and chief ordnance officer, United States 
Volunteers: nominated 72; confirmed 308. 

Benham, U. K., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated C872; confirmed 
2877. 

Benjamin, E. E., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 

Bennett, F. M., to be nontenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Bennett, G., to be postmaster at Oceanus, N. Y.; nominated 1795; con- 
firmed 1892. 

Bennett, W., to be postmaster at Hartford, Mich.; nominated 3G5; 
confirmed 1653. 

Bennett, W. C, to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1347. 

Bent, C. L., to be first lieutenant. First United States Infantry; nom- 
inated 67; confirmed 194. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1391. 

Bentley, F. K. to be postmaster at Mcmte video, Minn. ; nominated 970; 
confirmed 1163. 

Bentley, F. S^ to be i>ostmaster at Horseheads, N. Y.; nominated 188; 
confirmed 834. 

Benton, P. L.. to be assistant surgeon in Navy; nominated 62; con- 
firmed 180. 

Berkeley, O. C, to be captain. Fourth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 873; eonflrmed476. 

Berkeley, H. D., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nominated 1349. 

Bernard, J. J., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nominated 1349. 

Berry, A. P., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-fifth United States Infan- 
trv; nominated 1352; confirmed 1393. 

to DO brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nominated 

1349. 

Berryman, O. C, to be major. United States Marine Corps; nomi- 
nated 2870; confirmed 2875. 

Bertolette, L. C, to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 
2877. 

Best. C. L., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 1347, 

Bethaa. S. H., to be United States attorney for northern dlstrl tt of 
Illinois; nominated 838; oonfirmed 838L 



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B^rir.sftr/n- Mm to be ii*jnU-nant In Xary; nominated 2&T2: o^>cftnnorl 

C3r Infan- 
lominated 
flnrncd 1®. 
aat^'d 2S73; 

ZC'/,\ con- 
1 »yi; con- 
\ Service; 
nominated 
ted States 
tes Army; 
nated 188; 
d 606; con- 
tes Volnn- 
Qominated 
tea Army; 
er. United 
i 007; con- 
odCJ3; con- 

16KS; con- 
ted States 
anteer In- 
conflrmed 
nated 2873; 
ine Corps; 
lated 2870; 
ith United 
Dominated 
inteer En- 
ktesArmy; 
tes Volun- 
lory; nom- 
nominated 
aated :»73; 
3ostou and 
Volunteer 

Infantry; 

confirmed 

nominated 

inated 070; 

Volunteer 

int (junior 

2877. 
Volunteer 

er, United 

,tes Army; 

confirmed 

287V. 
DojErfr>*« R- Em to be second lieutenant, Third United States Volunteer 

EuKinocra ; nominated 474; confirmed 066. 
BoUoH. r. Cm to bo first lieutenant, Sixth United States Infantry; 

nominated 17JW; confirmed IWU. 
fionestee), C. Hm to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 

1X»40. 
Boniface. J. J., to b© second lieutenant, Fourth United States Cavalry; 

nominated Ki\\\ confirmed Oftft. 
BonnycaHtle, II. ('., to Im^ second lieutenant. Twentieth United States 

Int'uiitry: nominated M); confirmed 101. 
Bo<i»f, W. II., to bo first lieutenant, Seventh United States Volunteer 

Intantry; uominatcd <172; confirmed 470. 
Bookmiller, E. V., to bo brevet captain, United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1:247. 
Booth, C. A., to bo brevet major. United States Army; nominated 

1244J. 
Boothby, C. W., to bo superintendent of United States mint at New 

Orleans, La.; nominated 106; oonflrmedSlS. 



Sxecutive Hominations and Confirmations — Continned. 

Bryvthe. B. F. to be postmaster at Brigham, Utah: nominated OOC; 
confirmM V&). 

Borden. T. S , to be brevet firat li^at'^nant in United States Marine 
Corps: nominated •H; confirmed !*»&. 

to >^ first lientenant. United States 3farine Corps: nominated 

U'.#i: confirmed J*i-0. 

to Vie captain. United States Marine Corps; nominated 2870; 

confirmed i>7o. 

Borrow, H- A-, to be captain and assistant adintantgreneral. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 70: confirmed ll**). 

Bomp, H. D.. to be lieutenant-colonel and chief ordnance oflScer, 
Unitf*d States Volunteers: nominated 72:^ confirmed .jJ^*. 

Boshart, A. O.. to be postmaster at LowvUle, N. Y.; nominated 971; 
confirmed 1214. 

B'>.twiek, L. A., to bo lieutenant ^junior ijrade) in Navy; nominated 
!>73: confirmed 2878. 

Boh worth. J. E., to be postmaster at Lee, Mass.; nominated 305; con- 
firmed 542. 

Bou^hter, F., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Bon^hton, D. H., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1210. 

Bouprhton, J. F., to be postmaster at Madison, Oa.; nominated 187; 
confirmed 505. 

Boutelle, H. F., to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States 
Army; nominated 65; confirmed 104. 

Boutelle, H. M., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States 
Army; nominated 70; confirmed 105. 

Bowers, F. C, to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Bowman, A. H., to be major. Second United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 65; confirmed 192. 

Bowman. S. L., to be postmaster at Lorain, Ohio; nominated 2S74; con- 
firmed 2870. 

Bowyer, J. M., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871 
confirmed 2876. 

Boyd, H. L., to 1)e chief enfirineer in Revenne-Cntter Service; nomi- 
nated 154; confirmed 218. 

Boyd, W. A., to be postmaster at Sandy Lake, P&; nominated 388; 
confirmed 1301. 

Boyd, W. R., to be postmaster at Cedar Rapids, Iowa; nominated 441 
confirmed 579. 

Boyle, A. C, to be postmaster at McGregor, Iowa; nominated 364; con- 
firmed 470. 

Boyle, J. A., to be second lieutenant, Fifteenth United States Infantry 
nominated 473; confirmed 655. 

Boyle, W. U.. to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army 
nominated 1390. 

Brackett, F., to be secretary of the United States Commission to the 
Paris Exposition; nominated 30: confirmed 217. 

Bradbury, B. T., to be major and brigade surgeon, United States Vol- 
unteers; nominated 72; confirmed :a)8. 

Bradford, R. B., to be captain in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 
2876. 

Brad !ey, J. J. , to be captain and assistant quartermaster. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed a)7. 

Bradshaw, A. M., to be postmaster at Lakewood, N. J.; nominated 606; 
confirmed 032. 

Bradshaw, G. B., to be lieutenant (Junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
y2; confirmed 100. 

to be lieutenant in Navy: nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Brady, J. R., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

Brady, M. N., to be postmaster at Saginaw West Side, Mich.; nomi- 
nated 257tt; confirmed 2870. 

Brady, S. D., to be first lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 474; confirmed CVi. 

Brambila, R. M., to be second lieutenant, Twenty-third United States 
Infantry: nominated GO: confirmed 101. 

Brand, C. A., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Brander, L. W., to be second lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 474; confirmed 056. 

Brantley, D. T., to be second lieutenant, Seventh United States Vol- 
unteer Infantry; nominated 018; confirmed 1082. 

Brattain, E. M., to be register of land oflice at Lakeview, Oreg. ; nomi- 
nated 30; confirmed 180. 

Breathitt, J. W.. to be postmaster at Hopkinsville, Ky.; nominated 
364: confirmed 032. 

Breckinridge, E. L. D., to be second lieutenant. Seventh United States 
Infantry: nominated 70; confirmed 101. 

Breda, J. E , to be register of land oflice at Natchitoches, La.; nomi- 
nated 701; confirmed 803. 

Brees, H. J., to be second lieutenant of Artillery, United States Army; 
nominated 65: confirmed 104. 

Brereton, J. J., to be major and chief quartermaster, United States 
Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 307. 

to bo brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1246. 

Brett, J. E., t3 be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1246. 

Brett, L. M., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 
1245. 

Brewer, M. M., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 
1245. 

Brewster, A. W., to be captain and assistant quartermaster, United 
States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 307. 

to bo brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Brian, E. H., to be second lieutenant. Fourth United States Volun- 
teer Infantry: nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Brice, S. M., to be brevet major. United States Volunteers; nominated 
1250. 

Brickenstein. C. H..to be surveyor of customs for port of Denver, 
Colo. ; nominated 578; confirmed 808. 

Bridgman, 8. N., to be captain and commissary of subsistence, United 
States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 307. 

Briggs, F. E., to be postmaster at Tuiners Falls, Mass.; nominated 
2^8; confirmed 2880. 

Briggs, J. B., to be advanced five numbers in grade of lieutenant- 
commander in Navy; nominated 704. 

Brining. A., to be postmaster at Versailles, Ohio; nominated 971; con- 
firmed 1304. 

Bristol, M. L., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
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Brifitow, F. Hm to be postmaster at Elkton, Ky.; nominated 364; con- 
firmed 03S. 

Brittain, C. B.. to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2873: confirmed 
2877. 

Brodie, A. O., to be lieutenant-colonel, First United States Volunteer 
Cavalry; nominated 370; confirmed 474. 

to be brevet lieutenant-colonel, United States Volunteers; nom- 
inated 1250. 

Brooke, W., to be first lieutenant. Fourth United States Infantry; 
nominated 60; confirmed 108. 

Brookes, A. S., to be first lieutenant. Fourteenth United States In- 
fantry: nominated 606; confirmed 803. 

Brookfield, B. M., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-third United States 
Infantry; nominated 1252; confirmed 1392. 

Brooks, E. C, to be captain and asslHtant adjutant-general. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 70; confirmed 191. 

to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Brooks, J. C. W., to be major and chief onartermasterf United States 
Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 907. 

Brooks, J. N., to be postmaster at Bushville, Nebr.; nominated 606; 
confirmed 804. 

Brooks, S. D., to be surgeon in Marine-Hospital Service; nominated 155; 
confirmed 810. 

Brotherton, W. D., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nomi- 
nated 2873; confirmed 2878. 

Brower, R. P., to bo second lieutenant of artillery, United States 
Army; nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Brown, A., to be postmaster at Cedar Vale, Kans.; nominated 679; 
confirmed 704. 

Brown, A. H., to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 
1248. 

Brown, A. I., to be postmaster at Belfast, Me. ; nominated 63; con- 
firmed 195. 

Brown, A. J., to be first lieutenant. Sixth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 474; confirmed 665. 

Brown, A. S^ to be postmaster at Cortland, N. T.; nominated 188; 
confirmed 384. 

Brown, C. D., to be postmaster at Gloucester, Mass.; nominated 3^; 
confirmed 542. 

Brown, E. A., to be first lieutenant. Tenth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 873; confirmed 477. 

Brown, E. C, to be postmaster at Dewitt, Iowa; nominated 441; con- 
firmed 607. 

Brown, E. W^ to be postmaster at Weyauwega, Wis.; nominated 607; 
confirmed 804. 

Brown, F. H., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Brown, F. R., tobe second lieutenant of inftotry, United States Army; 
nominated 2009; confirmed 2739. 

Brown, O. H., to be brevet captain. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 1250. 

Brown, H. A., to be -post chaplain, United States Army; nominated 
64; confirmed 195. 

Brown, I. C, to be major and brigade surgeon, United States Vclun- 
teers; nominated 72; confirmed 309. 

Brown, J. W., to be second lieutenant. Ninth United States Volun- 
teer Infantry: nominated 873; confirmed 477. 

Brown, B. T., to be first lieutenant. Seventh United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 1390; confirmed 1690. 

Brown, W. C, to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1247. 

Brown, W. H., to be second lieutenant. Seventh United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 474; confirmed 065. 

Brown, W. M., to be captain. Ninth United States Volunteer Infan- 
try; nominated 373; confirmed 477. 

Brown, Walter S., to be second lieutenant, Third Uoited States Vol- 
unteer Engineers; nominated 875; confirmed 479. 

to be first lieutenant, Third United States Volunteer Engi- 
neers; nominated 374: confirmed 478. 

to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States Army; nomi- 
nated 2009; conflrmed2789. 

Browli, Winfleld S., to be first lieutenant. Tenth United States Vol- 
unteer Infantry; nominated 373; confirmed 477. 

Brownback, H. M.. to be postmaster at Norristown, Pa.; nominated 
868; confirmed 1304. 

Browne, £. H., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1246. 

Browne, H. C, to be iKMtmaster at Wilmington, Del.; nominated 187; 
confirmed 542. 

Brownell, N. L., to be postmaster at Pomeroy, Iowa; nominated 188; 
confirmed 876. 

Brownlee, J. T., to be postmaster at Mondovl, Wis.; nominated 607; 
confirmed 804. 

Brownson, W. H., to be captain in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 
2876. 

Brumby, T. M., to be advanced five numbers in grade of lieutenant 
in Navy; nominated 31. 

Brun, S. J., to be postmaster at Stanford University, CaL ; nominated 
63; confirmed 218. 

Bruning, C, to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon, Second 
United States Volunteer Infantry; nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Brnnson, W. H., to be postmaster at St Johns, Mich.; nominated 
1688; confirmed 1848. 

Brush, D. H., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1246. 

Bryan, B. C, to be chief engineer in Navy; nominated 2099; confirmed 
2236. 

to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Bmin, H. F., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 

Bryant, S. B., to be postmaster at Windsor, Vt.; nominated 607; con- 
firmed 804. 

Buck, C. F., to be postmaster at Monmouth, 111.; nominated 1688; con- 
firmed 1939. 

Buck, J., to be second lieutenant. Seventh United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 474; confirmed 655. 

Buck. W. M., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2872; 
confirmed 2878. 

Bucklin, C. P., to be postmaster at Tidioute, Pa.; nominated 868; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Buckaen, W. L., to be postmaster at Blooming Prairie, Minn.; nomi- 
nated 606; confirmed B04. 



Executive Nominations and Confirmations— Continaed. 

Buehler, W. G., to be captain in Navy; nominated 2870; confirmed 2876. 

Buelow, F. H., to be postmaster at Sleepy Eye, Minn.; nominated 606; 
confirmed 804. 

BufiSngton, A. P., tobe captain. First United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 1390; confirmed im. 

Bugge, J., to be first lieutenant. Second United States Infantry; nom- 
inated 605; confirmed 803. 

Bull, J. H., to be lieutenant- commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 287a 

Bnllard, R. L., to be second lieutenant. Fifth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Bumgardner, R., to be second lieutenant. Third United States Volun- 
teer Engineers; nominated 874: confirmed 478. 

Bnllard, W. H. G., tobe lieutenant in Navy; nooiinated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Bumpus, E. A., to be second lieutenant, Twenty-first United States 
Infantry; nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Bundel, C. M.. tobe second lieutenant of Infantry, United States Army; 
nominated 2090; confirmed 2739. 

Bundy, O., to be captain. Third United States Infantry; nominated 
66; confirmed 192. 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1246. 

Bunnell, G. W., to be second lieutenant of aHillery, United States 
Army; nominated 2090; confirmed 2780. 

Bunting, J. E., to be first lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 871; confirmed 475. 

Burd, G. E., to be chief engineer in Navy; nominated 441; confirmed 
542. 

to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Burdette^J. A., to be postmaster at Cedartown, Ga.; nominated 187. 

Burg, G. v., to be postmaster at Alton, Iowa; nominated 188; con- 
firmed 876. 

Burgdorff, T. F., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 
2872; confirmed 2877. 

Burgess, H., to be first lieutenant. Corps of Engineers, United States 
Army; nominated 68; confirmed 102. 

Burgett, F. P., to be postmaster at Keithsburg, 111.; nominated 578; 
confirmed 1804. 

Burgoon, W. S., to be postmaster at Rich wood, Ohio; nominated 2236; 
confirmed 2740. 

Burke, James, to be chief carpenter in Navy; nominated 2878: con- 
firmed 2879. 

Burke, John, to be second lieutenant. Fifth United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

to be first lieutenant. Fifth United States Volunteer Infantry; 

nominated 2303; confirmed 2875. 

Burkhardt, S., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1247. 

Bumell, G. C, to be first lieutenant and signal ofllcer. United States 
Volunteers^ominated 72; confirmed 308. 

Burnham, J. W., to be chief carpenter in Navy; nominated 2874; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Burnham, W. P.. to be captain. Eighth United States Infantry; nom- 
inated 605; confirmed 803. 

Bums, Anna, to be i>ostmaster at Ida Grove, Iowa; nominated 188; 
confirmed 876. 

Bums, J., to be second lieutenant. First United States Volunteer En- 
gineers; nominated 918; confirmed 932. 

Burns, R., to be major and brigade surgeon, United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 72; confirmed 308. 

Bumside, W. A., to be first lieutenant Eighth United States Infantry; 
nominated 1262; confirmed 1392. 

Burpee, L. F., to be lieutenant-colonel and judge-advocate. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 70; confirmed 191. 

Burr, F. S., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States Army; 
nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Burrage, G. H., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Burrill, H. L.jtp be postmaster at Weedsport, N. Y.; nominated 971; 
confirmed 2730. 

Burris, W. H., to be i>03tmaster at Milford, Ind.; nominated 970; con- 
firmed 1163. 

Bui-roughs, A. C, to be chief carpenter in Navy; nominated 2874; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Burt, A. J., to be first lieutenant, Second United States Volunteer 
Cavalry; nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Burt, C. P., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 2878. 

Burt, R. J., to be first lieutenant, First United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 1262; confirmed 1392. 

Burt, R. W., to be surveyor of customs for port of Peoria, 111.: nomi- 
nated 155; confirmed 218. 

Burton. C. H., to be second lieutenant. Tenth United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 374: confirmed 477. 

Burtt, W. B., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States Army; 
nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Bush, A. E. S.. to be postmaster at Niantic, Conn. : nominated 187; con- 
firmed 334. 

Bash, C. L., to be postmaster at Gates ville, Tex. ; nominated 869; con- 
firmed 542. 

Bush, D.W., to be postmaster at Chehalis, Wash.; nominated 870; con- 
firmed 656. 

Bush, G. O., to be postmaster at Tuxedo Park, N. Y.; nominated 2236; 
confirmed 2740. 

Bush, R. Lj, to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Bnsn. W. W., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2.S77. 

Bushfield, J. A., to be postmaster at Miller, S. Dak.; nominated 154; 
confirmed 334. 

Bushfield, L. N., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States 
Army: nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Bushnell, G. E., to be major and surgeon. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 473; confirmed 655. 

Buss, A. C, to be postmaster at New Bremen, Ohio; nominated 867; 
confirmed 972. 

Butler, Amelia C, to be postmaster at Durant, Ind. T. ; nominated 188; 
confirmed 334. 

Butler, E. R., to be captain and assistant quartermaster. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 807. 

Butler, J. H., to be postmaster at Vinita, Ind. T.; nominated 188; con- 
firmed 834. 

Butler, J. W., to be second lieutenant. Ninth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 874; conflrmea478. 



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Bailer, M. C, jr., to be major and chief ordnance officer. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 908. 

Butler, T. C, to be second lieutenant. Ninth United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 373; confirmed 477. 

Butler, w. H., to be first lieutenant. Seventh United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 1390; confirmed 1690. 

Butz, H. K., to be postmaster at Huntingdon, Pa.; nominated 1795; con- 
firmed 1892. 

Byers, A. U., to be postmaster at Hamburg, Pa.; nominated 368; con- 
firmed 1214. 

Byram, F. B., to be postmaster at North Attleboro, Mass.; nominated 
1795; confirmed 1^. 
• Bvram, G. L., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 

Byrd, R. L., tobe captain. Tenth United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 373; conllrmed 477. 

Bsrrne, C, to bo brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1245. 

Byrne, J. J., to be chief sailmaker in Navy ; nominated 2874; confirmed 
2879. 

Byrnes, T. E., to be postmaster at San Mateo, CaL; nominated 969; 
confirmed 1090. 

Byroade, G. L., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nominated 1249. 

ByroD, J. C, to be captain and assistant quartermaster. United States 
Army : nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

Calxill, H. C, to be captain. Ninth United States Infantry; nominated 
605: confirmed 803. 

Cabell, J. M., to be major and brigade surgeon. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 1252; confirmed 1391. 

Cabell, L. D., to bo second lieutenant of infantry. United States 
Army; nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Cahen, M., to bo coiner of United States mint at New Orleans, La.; 
nominated 1560; confirmed 1790. 

Caldwell, H. H., to be advanced five numbers in grade of ensign in 
Navy; nominated 31. 

to bo lieutenant, junior grade, in Navy; nominated 2873; con- 
finned 2878. 

Caldwell, V. A., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1248, 

Caliban, M. J. , to be collector of customs for district of Genesee, N. Y. ; 
nominated 155; confirmed 218. 

Calkins, C. G.. to bo lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2870. 

Calle, E. de la, to be major and brigade surgeon. United States Vol- 
unteers; nominated 72; confirmed 300. 

Calverloy, R., to be major. Second United States Volunteer Cavalry; 
nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Calvert, B. B.. to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States 
Army; nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Calvert, T. J., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United 
States Army; nominated 1300; withdrawn 1496. 

Calvert, W. J., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United 
States Army; nominated 1496; confirmed 1689. 

Cameron, F. H., to be captain. Tenth United States Volunteer Infan- 
try; nominated 373; confirmed 477. 

Cameron, M., to be postmaster at EUensburg, Wash. ; nominated 870; 
confirmed G56,im 

Cammaek, D., to bo postmaster at Muncie,Ind.; nominated 2308; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Campbell. B. J., to be second lieutenant. Eighth United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 373; c<mfirmed 477. 

Campbell, E. H. , to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2S78. 

CampboU, H. H., to bo postmaster at Osceola, Nebr.; nominated 366; 
confirmed 479. 

Campbell, H. R., to be second lieutenant. Twenty-second United States 
Infantry; nominated iXi; confirmed 191. 

Campbell, J. A., to be captain and assistant quartermaster. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 307. 

Campbell, J. B., to be postmaster at New Cumberland, W. Va.; nomi- 
nated :)70; confirmed 972. 

Campbell, J. C, to be postmaster at Bellevne, Iowa; nominated 2738; 

- confirmed 2s74. 

Campbell, J. M., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States 
Army: nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Campbell, L.L., to bo postmaster at Northampton, Mass.; nominated 
1795: confirmed 1S9-^. 

Campbell, T., to be first lieutenant. Seventh United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated l-JOO; confirmed 1600. 

Campbell, T. R. J., to be first lieutenant. United States Volunteer 
8i<?nal Corps; nominated 055; confirmed 803. 

Cana{;a, A. B., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Cannon, B., to be postmaster at Bellows Falls, Vt.; nominated 63; con- 
firmed 195. 

Caperton, W. B., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 
2872; confirmed 2877. 

Capron, A., to bo brevet major. United States Army; nomiuated 1247. 

to bo brevet major, United States Volunteers; nominated 1250. 

Carbaugh, H. C, to be lieutenant-colonel and judge advocate. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 70; confirmed 19L 

to be brevet major. United States Volunteers: nominated 1250. 

Cardozo, W., to Ix) second lieutenant, Eiprhth United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 373; confirmed 477. 

Carey, A. B., to bo brigadier-general and paymaster^general. United 
States Array; nominated 1244; confirmed 1303. 

Carey, E. C. to bo first lieutenant. Sixteenth United States Infantry; 
nomiuated 67; confirmed 193. 

to be captain and assistant adjutant-general. United States Vol- 
unteers; nominated 70; confirmed 19L 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Carleton, G., to be captain. Tenth United States Cavalry; nominated 
C4: confirmed 195. 

Carlin, J. W., to bo commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 
2876. 

Carlson, C. J., to be second lieutenant. Second United States Volunteer 
£!ngineers; nominated 874; confirmed 477. 

Carraody, C. E., to be :pa8tmaster at Mapleton, Iowa; nominated 68; 
confirmed 195. 

Carmonche, P. L., to be first lieutenant. Ninth United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 873; confirmed 477. 

Carpenter, E., to be second Uentenant of sTtiUery, United States 
Army; nominated 65; confirmed 104. 



Executive Nominations and Confirmations — Continned. 

Carpenter, G. S., to be brigadier-general. United States Volunteers; 
nominated 70; confirmed 190. 

Carr, C. A., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 2877. 

Carr, C. C.C., tobe lieutenant-colonel, Fifth United States Cavalry; 
nominated 64; confirmed . 

Carr, I. J., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States Army; 
nominated 60; confirmed 191. 

Carr, J. A., to be brevet captain. United States Volunteers; nomi* 
nateal250. 

to be brevet major. United States Volunteers; nominated 1301. 

. Carr, W. B., to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States Army; 
nominated 65; confirmed 210. 

Carriuffton, P. M., to bo surgeon in Marine-Hospital Service; nomi* 
nated 605; confirmed 704. 

Carroll, H., to be brigadier-general. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 70; confirmed 190. 

Carswell, A. S., to be second lieutenant. Second United States Volun- 
teer Engineers; nominated 374; confirmed 477. 

Carter, C. C, to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States 
Army; nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Carter, E. C, to bo major and surgeon, United States Army; nomi- 
nated 2738; confirmed 2875. 

Carter, P. S., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2877. 

Carter, J. P., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

Carter, M. J., to be United States consul at St. Johns, Newfoundland; 
nominated 30. 

Carter, T. Fm to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Car twright, G. S. , to bo brevet major. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 1391. 

Case, C. P., to be receiver of public moneys at Marshall, Minn.; nomi- 
nated 63; confirmed 180. 

Case, P. L., to be first lieutenant. Sixth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 474; confirmed 655. 

Casey, §., to be rear-admiral in Navy; nominated 2870; confirmed 2875. 

Casey, T. L., to be major, Corx>s of Engineers, United States Army; 
nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Caa3,E. M..to bo postmaster at Sumner, Iowa; nominated 1688; con- 
firmed 1893. 

Cassells, A. P., tobe seoondlieutenantof artillery. United States Army; 
nominated 65; withdrawn 156. 

Cassels. A. P. , to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States Army ; 
nominated 154; confirmed 194. 

Ca-sson, J. W., to be postmaster at Dover, DeL; nominated 187; con- 
firmed 642. 

Castlo. C. W., tobe first lieutenant. Sixteenth United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

Castleman, J. B., to be brigadier-general. United States Volunteers; 
nomiuated 5(1; confirmed 656. 

Ca.Htleman, E. G., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmovl 
2878. 

Castner, J. C, to be first lieutenant. Fourth United States Infantry; 
nominated 66; confirmed 193. 

Catlin, A. W., to be captain, United States Marine Corps; nominated 
2870; confirmed 2875. 

Catlin, G. D., to be second lieutenant. Tenth United States Infantry; 
nominated 69; confirmed 19L 

Cavenaugh, H. G., to be major. Thirteenth United States Infantry; 
nominated 473; confirmed 655. 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1300. 

Chad wick, F. E., to be advanced five numbers in grade of captain in 
Navy; nominated 31. 

Chad wick, F. L., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2878. 

Chafee, W. G., to be captain. Tenth United States Volunteer Infan- 
try; nominated 873; confirmed 477. 

Chanee, J. S., to bo assistant surgeon in Navy; nominated 62; con- 
firmed 189. 

Chamberlain, H. B., to be captain and assistant quartermaster. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 3i97. 

Chamberlain, J. L., to be major and chief ordnance oflicer. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 308. 

Chamberlain, W. P., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. 
United States Army; nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

Chambers, W. H., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; con- 
firmed 2877. 

Chance, J. C, to bo major. Fifth United States Infantry; nominated 
474; confirmed 655. 

Chance, W. W., to be captain. United States Volunteer Signal Corps; 
nominated 656; confirmed 803. 

Chandler, L. H., to be lieutenant in Navy ; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Chandler, W. A., to be brevet major. United States Volunteers; nom- 
inated 1250. 

Chapman, J. L.. to be postmaster at Lewiston, Idaho; nominated 970; 
confirmed 1214. 

Chapman, W. A., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon, lliird 
United States Volunteer Infantry; nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Chapman, W. H. H., to be brevet captain, United States Army; nom- 
inated 1248. 

Chappell, R. H., to be ensign in Navv; nominated S873: confirmed 2878. 

Charles, O. J., to bo brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nominated 1249. 

to be first lieutenant. Sixteenth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 1251; confirmed 1392. 

Chase, J. M., to be postmaster at Clearfield, Pa.; nominated 1689: con- 
firmed 1848. 

Chase, J. V. , to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2878. 

Chase, V. O.. to l)e lieutenant in Navy; nominated 1451; confirmed 16S0. 

Chat field. "W. H., to bo captain. Fifth Uz^ited States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 66: confirmed 103. 

Cheek, A. P., to be postmaster at Baraboo, Wis.; nominated 370; con- 
firmed 542. 

Cheney, E. H., to be United States consul at Curacao, West Indies; 
nommated 1303: confirmed 1391. 

Chenev, S. A., to be first lieutenant, United States Corps of Ehigineers; 
nominated 2393; confirmed 2875. 

Chenev, W., to be second lieutenant. Fourth United States Infantry; 
nominated 60; confirmed 191. 

Cheney, W. B., to be nostmaster at South Manchester, Conn.; noml^ 
nated 187; confirmed 884. 



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Chermak, J., to be poetmoftter at Chatfield, Minn.; nominated 365; 

confirmed 479. 
Childa, M., to be seoond lieutenant of infantry. United States Army; 

nominated 09; confirmed 191. 
Chiafaolm, J. F., to be postmaster at Qrand Marais, Mich.; nominated 

885; confirmed 1852. 
Chitty, W. D., to be brevet first lieotenaat. United States Army; 

nominated 1^349. 
COioate, J. H.. to be United States ambassador extraordinary and 

plenipotentiary to Great Britain; nominated 578; confirmed 803. 
Cnowen, H. 0.« to be postmaster at Gh^eat Falls, Mont. ; nominated 366; 

confirmed 607. 
Giirisman, E. B., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1247. 
Christy, A. W., to be postmaster at Slippery Bock, Pa., nominated 

607; confirmed 1804. 
Christy, H. H., to be Uentenant (jnnior srade) in Navy; nominated 

2873; confirmed 2898. 
Chnbb, C. 8t. J., to be brevet maj<a>, United States Army; nominated 

1248. 
Church, J. B., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United 
States Army; nominated 154; confirmed 800. 

to be brevet captain. United States Volunteers; nominated 1251. 

ChurchiU, G E., to be postmaster at Arcade. K. T.; nominated 366; 

confirmed 656. 
Churchman, Cm to be brevet first lienteoant, United States Army; 

nominated 1390. 
Chvnoweth,B.,to be bievet major, United States Army; nominated 

ne court of District 

ed States Volunteer 

[Jnited States Army; 

of captain In Navy; 
d States Volunteers; 
ited States Infantry; 
ivy; nominated 2873; 
States Volunteer En- 

Vt.; nominated 370; 
[Jnited States Army; 
w Army; nominated 

Clark, H. W., to be p ost m aster at Tabor, Iowa; nominated 63; con- 
firmed 195. 

dark, J. M, to be postmaster at Yoakom, Tez.; nominated 860; con- 
firmed Sffi. __ _ 

States In- 

sd 188; con- 
nominated 
nominated 
I Voluntear 
r Infantry; 
loe, United 
utes Volun- 
teer Signal 
nominated 

»dl248. 

f and pleni- 

5S Cavalry; 

inated2871; 

Cielond, J. ^7. to be additional i>aymaster, United States Volunteers; 
nominated 72: confirmed 806. 

Clement, H. C, to be flrst lieutenant. Twenty-second United States In- 
fantry; nominated 68; confirmed 104. 

Clendonin, P., to be mad or and chief surgeon, United States Volunteers ; 
nominated 1252; oonflrmed 1301. 

Clevenger, C. C, to be postmaster at Osawatomie, Eans.; nominated 
188; confirmed 376. 

Clifton, J. C, to be postmaster at Senatobia, Miss. ; nominated 2738; con- 
firmed 2880. 

Clinch, J., to be postmasteratSmwood,IlL; nominated 63; confirmed 
607. 

dine, J. C. , to be collector of customs for district of Los Angeles, Cal. ; 
nominated 166; confirmed 506. 

Clinton, J. W., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nominated 12^. 

to be first lieutenant. Twenty-seoond United States Infantry; 

nominated 2304; confirmed 2875. 

Clinton, T. M., to be first lieutenant. Fourth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 541; confirmed 656. 

dous, J. w., to be brigadier-general, United States Volimteers; nomi- 
nated 90; confirmed 190. 

doyes, S. B., to be postmaster at Earl ville, N. T.; nominated 366; con- 
firmed 656. 

duett. S. L., to be captain. First United States Volunteer ICngineers; 
nominated 989; oonnrmed 072 . 

Coates, £. M., to be colonel. Seventh United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 65; confirmed 102. 

Gochen, F. S., to be first lieutenant. Twelfth United States Infantry; 
nominated €7; confirmed 194. 



Executive NomiBatioais and Ctonfirmatioais— Cksntiniied. 

Cochen,F.8. to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1390. 

Cochran, J. K., to be postmaster at Pratt, Kans.; nominated 1795; con- 
firmed 1882. 

Cochran, J. B., to be postmaster at Anderson, S. C; nominated 369; 
confirzbed 642. 

Cochran, W. B., to be flrst lieutenant. Eighteenth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 1252; confirmed 1882. 

Cochrane, H. C, to be lieutenant-colonel. United States Marine Corps; 
nominated 2870; confirmed 2875. 

Codd, C. B., to be second lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 874; confirmed 478. 

CoeTlI. L., to be postmaster at Port Washington, Wis.; nominated 
072; confirmed 1214. 

Coe, J. N., to bo lieutenant-colonel Thirteenth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 66; confirmed 102. 

Coffee, 6., to be collector of customs for district of St. Marys, Ga.; 
nominated 155; confirmed 641. 

Coffin, F. W ., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
oonflrmed 2877. 

CoggeshalL W. H., to be postmaster at Summit, H. J.; nominated 366; 
confirmed 804. 

Cogswell, J. E., to be advanced five numbers in grade of lieutenant- 
commander in Navy; nominated VL 

to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 2876. 

Cohen, M., to he ooteer of the mint at New Orleans, La.; nominated 
1451; withdrawn 1560. 

Cohen, W., to be register of land office at New Orleans, La. ; nominated 
704; withdrawn WS. 

Cohen, W. L., to be register of land office at New Orleans, La.; nomi- 
nated 808; confirmed 803. 

Co^, N. L., to be poBtmaster at Pecatonica, IlL ; nominated 187; con- 
firmed 376. 

Coleord, B. K., to be s u p e r in tendent of United States mint at Carson, 
Nev^ nominated 1G6; confirmed 2576. 

Cole, B. K., to be captain, United States Marina Corps; nominated 
2870; confirmed 2875. 

Cdle, E. T^ to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Cole, O. w., to be first lienteoant, Sirst United States Cavalry; nomi- 
nated 64; confirmed 106. 

Cole, H. G., to be first lieutenant. Twenty- third United States In- 
fantry; nominated 66; confirmed lOB. 

Cole, J. A., to be brevet captain. United States Army: nominated 1248. 

Cole, J. B., to be postaaifter at Perry, N. Y.; nominated 2676; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Cole,M.N.,«o be postsnastsr at Castile, N. Y.; nominated 2286; con- 
firmed 2740. 

Cole, W.C., to be lieutenant (junior grade) In Navy; nominated 1451; 
confirmed 1689. 

to be lieutenant in Navy: nominated 2872: confirmed 2877. 

Coleman, F. W., to be second bentenast of infantry. United States 
Army; nominated 00: confirmed 191. 

Coleman, H. D., to be melter and refiner of United States mint at New 
Orleans, La.; nominated 1610; confirmed 1796. 

Coleman, J. B., to be flrst lieutenant. Seventh United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 1800; confirmed I80a 

Coleman, Xe v., to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States 
Army; nominated 2000; confirmed 2780. 

Coleman, N.T.,to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2872; confirmed 2878. 

Coleman, Sherrard, to be first tientenant, First United States Volun- 
teer Cavalry; nominated 871; confirmed 474. 

Coleman, W. B., to be seoond lient^iant. Seventh United States Vol- 
unteer Infantry; nominated 373; confirmed 476. 

Collier, C. S., to be postmaster at Frankfort, Mich.; nominated 070; 
confirmed 1406. 

Collms, C. C, to be flrst lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United 
States Army; nominated 1390; confirmed 1689. 

Collins, C. L., to be captain. Twenty-third United States Infantry; 
nominated 06; confirmed 108. 

Oidlins. J. B., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Collins, B. W., to be finst lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 371: confirmed 475. 

Cotquhoun, W. C. B., to be captain and assistant Quartermaster, 
United States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 307. 

Colquitt, H. H., to be captain. Third United States Volunteer Infan- 
try ^nominated 374; confirmed 478. 

Colt, W. W., to be first lieutenant. United States Volunteer Signal 
Corps; nominated 655; confirmed 803. 

Colvocoresses, G. P., to be advanced five numbers in grade of lieuten- 
ant-commander in Navy; nominated 704. 

Col well, J. C, to be lieutenant-oomnumder in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Comba, B., to be colonel Fifth United States Infantry; nominated 65; 
confirmed 193. 

to be brigadier-general. United States Volunteers; nominated 

70; confirmed 190. 

Combe, F. J., to be major and brigade surgeon. United States Volun- 
teers: nominated 12.72; confirmed 1391. 

Combel, H. J., to bo flrst lieutenant and assistant surgeon, Second 
United States Volunteer Infantry; nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Comer, J. McD., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States 
Army: nominated 00; confirmed 101. 

Comly, S. P., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 32; 
confirmed 190. 

Comstock, G. B., to be postmaster at Fayette, Iowa; nominated 188; 
confirmed 376. 

Condit, Caroline E., to be postm as ter at Milllnim,N. J.; nominated 
366; confirmed 804. 

Condon, J. A., to be captain. Third United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 474; confirmed 655. ^^ 

Cone, H. I., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2878; confirmed 2878. 

Conger, A. L., to be second lieutenant. Eighteenth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 60; confirmed 101. 

Conger, E. D., to be member of Industrial Commis«on; nominated 
166; confirmed 217. 

Conklin, J., to be brevet cai^tain, United States Army ; nominated 1248. 

Conley, E. T., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nonunated 1210. 

Connell, T. W, to be flrst lieutenant. Ninth United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

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Ck>xinor, W. D. « to be first lleatenant. Corps of Ehigineers, United States 
Army; nominated 1389; confirmed 1689. 

Connolly, P. A., to be second lieutenant. Twenty-first United States 
Infantry; nominated 70: confirmed 196. 

Conrad, B., to be secondl ieatenant. Eighteenth United States Infan- 
try; nominated 6S; confirmed 191. 

Conrad, C. H., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel, United States Army; 
nominated 1390. 

Conrad, J. T., to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; nom- 
inated 1249. 

Converse, U. A., to be captain in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 
2876. 

in Navy; nominated 2873; 

Mass.; nominated 188; con- 

y, nL; nominated 578; con- 

a grade of captain in Navy; 

nan, N. J.; nominated 971; 

Miss.; nominated 971; con- 

gs, Mich.; nominated 2576; 

intry. United States Ai'my ; 

tilery. United States Army ; 

ry Point, Iowa; nominated 

id United States Volunteer 

ed477. 

d States Army; nominated 

x^ww ,, , -w ay for northern district of 

California; nominated 1687; confirmed 1848. 

Coon, I. P., to be postmaster at Plainfleld, "Wis.; nominated 870; con- 
firmed 542. 

Coontz, B. E., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Cooper, C. L., to be major Fifth United States Cavalry; nominated 
64; confirmed . 

Cooper, G. F., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
28i'7. 

Cooper, L T., to be ensiffn in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 2878. 

Cooper, B. P., to be secona lieutenant, Second United States Volunteer 
Cavalry; nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Cooper, w. A., to be chief boatswain in Navy; nominated 2873; con- 
firmed 2878. 

Cooper, W. H., to be x>03tmaster at Laurinburg, N. C. ; nominated 2236; 
confirmed 2879. 

Cootes. H. N., to be second lieutenant. Fourth United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 872; confirmed 476. 

Copp, W. M., to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States 
Army; nominated 65; confirmed 210. 

Cor bin, M. M., to be firat lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 375; confirmed 478. 

Cordray, D.P.^ to be first lieutenant. Seventeenth United States In- 
fantry: nommated 66; confirmed 193. 

Corl, A. S., to be postmaster at Nunda, 111.; nominated 187; confirmed 
375. 

Corliss, A. W., to be lieutenant-colonel Second United States Infan- 
try; nominated 1796; confirmed 1891. 

to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army: nominated 

1215. 

Cornish, L. W., to be captain. Ninth United States Cavalry; nom- 
inated 154; confirmed 309. 

Comnmn, D.,to be brevet major. United Statss Army; nominated 
1246. 

Com well, C. C, to be commander in Navy; nominated 441; confirmed 
542. 

Com well, G. B., to be postmaster at Penn Tan, N. T.; nojninated 188; 
confirmed 2739. 

Corput, G. M., to be assistant surgeon in Marine-Hospital Service; 
nominated 154; confirmed 218. 

Corput, B. V. D., to be captain. Third United States Volunteer Infan- 
try; nominated 371 ; confirmed 475. 

CosDy, A. F., to be captain and assistant adjutant-general, United 
States Volunteers^ nominated 70; confirmed 191. 

Costello, J., tobe chief boatswain in Navy; nominated 2878; confirmed 
2878. 

Coston, W. H., to be chaplain. Ninth United States Volunteer Infan- 
try; nominated 918; confirmed 1082. 

Cotter, G. W., to be postmaster at Alvarado, Tex.; nominated 360; 
confirmed 542. 

Cotter, J., to bo captain. Fifteenth United States Infantry; nominated 
66; confirmed 193. 

Cottman, V. L., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 
2871; confirmed 2876. 

Cotton, T. L., to be first lieutenant. Tenth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominoted 373: confirmed 477. 

Couch, E. P., tobe i>ostmaster at Mystic, Conn.; nominated 1795; con- 
firmed 1892. 

Coulson, W. T., to be postmaster at Port Deposit, Md.; nominated G05; 
confirmed 932. 

Cowan, A. S. , to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States Army; 
nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Cowie, G., to be advanced three numbers in fgrade of chief engineer 
in Navy; nominated 31. 

to be lieutenant-commander in Navy ; nominated 2871 ; confirmed 

2876. 

Cowin, W. B., to be captain and commissary of subsistence. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 807. 

Cowlcs, W. C, to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Cowperthwait, O. C, to be postmaster at Mount Holly, N. J.; nomi- 
nated 2788; confirmed 2880. 

Cox. L. M., to be civil engineer in Navy; nominated 1939; confirmed 
2236. 

Cox, B. J., to be postmaster at Delaware, Ohio; nominated 367; con- 
firmed 972. 



Executive Nominations and Confirmations— Ckmtinaed. 

Cox, W., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United States 
Army; nominated 154; confirmed 309. 

Coxe, F. M., to be colonel and assistant payinaster-general. United 
States Army; nominated 1652; confirmed 1796. 

Crabbs, J. T.. to be first lieutenant. Ninth United States Cavalry; 
nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

Craft, E., to be second lieutenant. Nineteenth United States Infantry; 
nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Craig, A. W., to be ix)stmaster at Camden, N. T. ; nominated 606; con- 
firmed 1652. 

Craig, E. W., to be chief cari>enter in Navy: nominated 2874; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Craig, J. E., to be captain in Navv; nominated 2871; confirmed 2876. 

Craig, B., to be lieutenant-colonel, Signal Corps, United States Army; 
nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Craighill, W. E., to be major and chief engineer. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 70; confirmed 190. 

Crain, C. F., to be first lieutenant. Nineteenth United States Inafntry ; 
nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

Crallo, G. M., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nom- 
inated 1249, 

Cram. N. A., to be postmaster at Pittsfield, N. H.; nominated 2576; 
confirmed 2879. 

Crane, H. B., to be first lieutenant. Second United States Volunteer 
Cavalry: nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Crano, T. L., to be postmaster at Lees Summit, Mo.; nominated 971; 
confirmed 1214. 

Crank, B. K., to be passed assistant engineer in Navy; nominated 441; 
confirmed 5l2. 

to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; con- 
firmed 2878. 

Cranston, A, to be second lieutenant. Seventeenth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 09; confirmed 191. 

Cra\Yf ord, C, to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1247. 

Crawford, G. W., to be postmaster at Marion, N. C; nominated 006; 
confirmed 804. 

Crawford, J., to be i)ostmaster at Lakefield, Minn.: nominated 606; 
confirmed 804. 

Crawford, J. A., to be postmaster at Dalton, Ga.; nominated 187; con- 
firmed 542. 

Crawford, W. B., to be second lieutenant, Third United States Volun- 
teer Engineers; nominated 474; confirmed 650. 

Creamer, N. H., to be lieutenant-colonel and chief onartermaster, 
Uuitod States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 907. 

Creary, W. P., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nominated 1249. 

• to be first lieutenant. Twelfth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 1252; confirmed 1392. 

Crecclius, S. F., to be second lieutenant. Third United States Volun- 
teer Engineers; nominated 376; confirmed 479. 

to be first lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer Engineers; 

nominated 374; confirmed 478. 

Crenshaw, A.^to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2878: confirmed 2878. 

Crenshaw, F. P., to be first lieutenant, Third United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 871; confirmed 476. 

Crcsap, J. C.^to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2870. 

Crlmmins, M. L., to be second lieutenant of Infantry, United States 
Army; nominated 09; confirmed 191. 

Crislip, C. A.^to be i)OStmaster at Spencer, W. Va.; nominated 607; 
confirmed 1090. 

Crittenden, J. J., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1246. 

Crocker, A., to be postmaster at Suisun City, Cal.; nominated 2738; 
confirmed 2880. 

Cro^'kett, L. B., to be postmaster at North Easton, Mass.; nominated 
2r)76; confirmed 2879. 

Crof ton, W. M., to be first lieutenant. First United States Infantry; 
nominated 66; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1391. 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1391. 

Cromwell, B. .J., to be commodore in Navy; nominated 31; confirmed 
190. 

to be rear-admiral in Navy; nominated 2870; confirmed 2375. 

Cronin, D. H., to be postmaster at O'Neill, Ncbr.; nominated 1795; 
confirmed 1939. 

Cronin, M. D., to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 
1248. 

Crooks, W. H., to be postmaster at Adair, Iowa; nominated 970; con- 
firmed 1163. 

Croso, W. M., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Crosley, W. S., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2878. 

Crosno, C. B., to be collector of customs for district of Yaquina, Greg.; 
nominated 155; confirmed 218. 

Crass, G., to be postmaster at Fairbury, Nebr.; nominated 63; con- 
firmed 479. 

Crossland, W. A., to bo second lieutenant. Fifth United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

to be first lieutenant, Fifth United States Volunteer Infantry; 

nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Crouse, C, to be postmaster at Wyoming, Pa.; nominated 368; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Crowell, W. H. H., to be major. Eleventh United States Infantry; 
nominated 66: confirmed 192. 

Crumbly, F. H., to be first lieutenant, Tenth United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 373; confirmed 477. 

Crymos, J. E., to be postmaster at WaynesviUe, N. C. ; nominated 1083; 
confirmed 1892. 

Cuddy, W., to be chief sailmaker in Navy; nominated 2874; confirmed 
2^79. 

Cullom, Shelby M., to be a member of the Hawaiian Commission; nom- 
inated 30. 

Culver, G., to be second lieutenant. Fifth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Cunningham, A. C, to be civil engineer in Navy; nominated 02; con- 
firmed 189. 

Curl, II. C, to be assistant surgeon in Navy; nominated 02; confirmed 
189. 

Curran. G. A, to be collector of customs for district of Passama- 
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Curtis, R J., to be postmaster at Red Hook, N. Y.; nominated d66; 
confirmed 666. 

Cnrtis, L. A., to be second lien tenant, Twelfth United States Infantry: 
nominated 60; confirmed 191. 

Curtis, W. B., to be postmaster at Marshfield, Greg.; nominated 368; 
confirmed 666. 

Cartiss,L. J., to be postmaster at Norfolk, Conn.; nominated 970; con- 
firmed 1163. 

Cnshman, A. S., to be captain and commissary of subsistence, United 
States volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 306. 

Cushman. E. W., to be postmaster at Hamilton, N. T.; nominated 63; 
confirmed 218. 

Cutchin, N. £., to be chief engineer in Reyenue-Cutter Seryice; nom- 
inated 154; confirmed 2ia. 

Cutler, W. GKtto be lieutenant-commander in Nayy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2877. 

Dade, A. L., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Daggett, A. S., to be brigadier general. United States Volunteers; 
nominated 70; confirmed 190. 

Daggett, B. B., to be second lieutenant and signal oflioer. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 308. 

Dalton, A. C, to be first lieutenant. Twenty-second United States In- 
fantry; nominated 66; confirmed 193. 

Dalton, H. P./to be second lieutenant. Ninth United States Infantry; 
nominated 60; confirmed 191. 

Dame, W. E., to be second lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 
Cavalry; nominated 371; confirmed 474. 

Danforth, C. H., to be second lieutenant. Fourth United States Vol- 
unteer Infantry; nominated 78; confirmed 300. 

Danforth, G. A., to be postmaster at Hamburg, Iowa; nominated 188; 
confirmed 376. 

Danforth, G. W., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Daniell, F. W.. to be postmaster at Shamokin, Pa.; nominated 2570; 
confirmed 2880. 

Daniels, W. C, to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 1391. 

Dapray, J. A., to be captain/Twenty-third United States Infantry; 
nominated 66; confirmed 192. 

Dare, J. Z., to be captain and assistant ouartermaeter, United States 
Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 307. 

Darling, C. K., to be United States marshal for district of Massachu- 
setts; nominated 1432; confirmed 1610. 

Darrach, J. M. A., to be second lieutenant. Eleventh United States 
Infantry; nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Darrah, T. W., to be first lieutenant. Twentieth United States Infan- 
try; nominated 605; confirmed 803. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Daugherty, E. E., to be postmaster at Frankton, Ind.; nominated 188; 
confirmed 375. 

Daugherty, M.,to be receiver of public moneys at Sidney, Nebr.; 
nominated 441: confirmed 542. 

Daugherty, M. A., to be receiver of public moneys at Sidney, Nebr.; 
nominated 333; withdrawn 441. 

Davidson, M.,to be postmaster at Emlenton,Pa.; nominated 1689; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Davies, A. L. B., to be captain. Second United States Volunteer Cav- 
alry; nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Davies, T. W., to be second lieutenant. Second United States Volun- 
teer Cavalry; nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Davies, W. E., to be first lieutenant. United States Volunteer Signal 
Corps; nominated 655; confirmed 808. 

Davis, A. H., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Davis, A. L., to be postmaster at Gonzales, Tex.; nominated 971; con- 
firmed 1163. 

Davis, A. M., to be first lieutenant. Fourth United States Cavalry; 
nominated 1389; confirmed 1689. 
. Davis, A. R, to be first lieutenant. United States Marine Cori>s; 
nominated 62; confirmed 190. 

to be captain. United States Marine Corps; nominated 2870; 

confirmed 2875. 

Davis, B. C, to be first lieutenant, Eighth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 873; confirmed 476. 

Davis, C, to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2878. 

Davis, C. H., to be captain in Navy; nominated 32; confirmed 190. 

Davis, D. P., to be second lieutenant, Eighth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 374; confirmed 478. 

Davis, G. H., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-second United States In- 
fantry; nominated 605; confirmed 808. 

to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nominated 

1390. 

Davis, J. G., to be major and brigade surgeon. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 72; confirmed308. 

Davis. Marion F., to be i^ostmaster at Union, Greg.; nominated 1689; 
confirmed 1848. 

Davis. Milton F., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1248. 

Davis, S., to be postmaster at Caldwell, Idaho; nomin&ted 970; con- 
firmed 1214. 

Davis, T. A., to be captain. Sixth United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 474; connrmed 655. 

Davis, W., to be lieutenant-colonel Eighth United States Cavalry; 
nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

Davis, W. D., to be first lieutenant. Seventeenth United States Infan- 
try; nominated 67; confirmed 193. 

Davison, G. C, to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2878. 

Davison, L. P., to be captain. Eleventh United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 66; confirmed 192. 

Davison, P. W., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-second United States 
Infantry; nominated 66; confirmed 193. 

Dawson, H. A., to be second lieutenant. Second United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Dawson, W. C, to be captain. United States Marine Corps; nominated 
2870; confirmed 2875. 

Day, F. B., to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 1248. 

to be captain. Tenth United States Infantry; nominated 1251; 

confirmed 1391. 

Day, G. C, to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

Day, R. B., to be postmaster at Bluffton, Ohio; nominated 367; con- 
firmed 972. 



Executive Nominations and Confirmations — Continued. 

Day, B. C, to be captain. First United States Volunteer Cavalry; 
nominated 371; connrmed 474. 

Day, W. B., to be United States judge for sixth judicial circuit; 
nominated 2303; confirmed 2576. 

Davton, J. H., to be lieutenant (junior grade), in Navy; nominated 
2878; confirmed 2878. 

Dean, E. A., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United States 
Army; nominated 154; confirmed 309. 

Dean, J. T., to be major and chief ordnance oflioer. United States Vol- 
unteers; nominated 72: confirmed 308. 

Dean, W., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States Army; 
nominated 60; confirmed 191. 

to be second lieutenant. Sixth United States Cavalry; nomi- 
nated 473; confirmed 655. 

Dearborn, S. B., to be postmaster at Wakefield, Mass.; nominated 
2236; confirmed 2740. 

Decker, B. C, to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Decker, C. J., to be surgeon in Navy: nominated 606; confirmed 972. 

Delamere, C, to be postmaster at South Haven, Mich.; nominated 
365: confirmed 1662. 

Delaney, G., to be postmaster at Axtel, Kans.; nominated 579; con- 
firmed 704. 

Delano, F. H., to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 
2876. 

Delano, H. C, to be first lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 375; confirmed 478. 

De Lany, E. H., to be ensign in Ngvy; nominated 2873; confirmed 2878. 

I>olehanty,D., to be commander inNavy; nominated 32; confirmed 190. 

Demanade, P., to be postmaster at Lafayette, La.; nominated 365; 
confirmed 542. 

Dempsuy, C. A., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army; 
nominated 1245. 

Denig, B. G., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Denny, F. L., to be colonel and quartermaster. United States Marine 
Corps; nominated 2870; confirmed 2875. 

Dent, J. C, to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1246. 

Dentler, C. E., to be captain. Seventh United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 1251; confirmed 1391. 

Derby, B. J., to be postmaster at Burlington, Vt.; nominated 1689; 
confirmed 1892. 

Derby, G. McC, to be major. Corps of Engineers, United States Army; 
nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

to be brevet colonel. United States Volunteers; nominated 1260. 

Dessent, A. J., to be postmaster at Belle Vernon, Pa.; nominated 607; 
confirmed 1304. 

De Steigner, L. B., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nomi- 
nated 441; confirmed 542. 

Detchmendy, G. A., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1391. 

Devereux, H. K., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Volun- 
teers: nominated 1250. 

Devilbiss, N. E., to be postmaster at Montesano, Wash. ; nominated 
370; confirmed 656. 

Devol, C. A., to be major and chief quartermaster. United States Vol- 
unteers; nominated 71; confirmed 307. 

Dowey, G., to be admiral in Navy; nominated 2870; confirmed 2874. 

De Witt, (J., to be lieutenant-colonel and deputy surgeon-general, 
United States Army; nominated 473; confirmed 665. 

De Witt, J. L., to be second lieutenant, Twentieth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Dewolf, M. T., to be postmaster at Windom, Minn.; nominated 865; 
confirmed 479. 

De Wolfe, J. P., to be postmaster at Fostoria, Ohio; nominated 867; con- 
firmed 972. 

Dibble, S., to be second lieutenant, Third United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 374; confirmed 478. 

to be first lieutenant, Third United States Volunteer Engineers; 

nominated 1390; confirmed 1690. 

Dichmann, H. M., to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; 
nominated 1240. 

Dick, T. M., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 2878. 

Dickev, G. M., to be postmaster at Cynthiana, Ky.; nominated 2238; 
confirmed 2739. 

Dickins, C. H., to be chaplain in Navy; nominated 62; confirmed 18,0. 

Dickins, R., to be major, United States Marine Corps; nominated 2870; 
confirmed 2875. 

Dickinson, J. P., to be receiver of public moneys at Hugo, Colo.; nomi- 
nated 704; confirmed 972. 

Dickinson, S. C. to be postmaster at Stratford, Conn.; nominated 
578; confirmed 701. 

Dickinson, W. M., to be brevet major. United States Anny; nomi- 
nated 1391. 

Dickman, J. T., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 
1547. 

DiefTenbach, A. C, to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 441; confirmed 
542. 

Diehl, S. W. B., to belieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Dillin, J. W., to be surveyor of customs for port of Nashville, Tenn.; 
nominated 1796; confirmed 2144. 

Dillingham, A- C. to belieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 
2871; confirmed 2876. 

Dillon, A. J., to be first lieutenant and signal officer, United States 
Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 308. 

Dimmick, C. H., to bo iwstmaster at WiUimantic, Conn.; nominated 
2576; confirmed 2879. 

Dimmick, E. D., to ))o major. Fifth United States Cavalry; nominated 
64; confirmed 195. 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Dinkel, J. F., to be postmaster at Irvington, N. Y.; nominated 1688; 
confirmed 2739. 

Dinwiddle, J. L., to be postmaster at Petaluma, Cal.; nominated 578; 
confirmed 704. 

Dippel, P., to be collector of customs for district of Sag Harbor, N. Y. ; 
nominated 155; confirmed 218. 

D'lsay, I., to be captain and conmiissary of subsistence, United States 
Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 307. 

Dismukes, D. E., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
28r3; confirmed 2878. 

Dittmer, F. R., to be postmaster at Seymour, Wis.; nominated 972; 
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chief boatswain in Navy; nominated 2873; con- 
captain, United States Marine Corps; nominated 

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be second lieutenant. Sixth United States Infan- 
; confirmed 191. 
postmaster at Weymouth, Mass. ; n<»ninated 2576; 

Qcond lientenant. Twelfth United States Infantry: 
firmed 191. . 

'et major, United States Army: nominated 1391. 
postmaster at Vanconyer, Wash.; nominat<:d 971; 

postmaster at Vanconyer, Wash.; nominated 63; 

breyot major, United States Army; nominated 

Dacker, O., to be major and brieade surgeon. United States Volnn- 

toers; nominated 918; conflrmed 1082. 
Ducote, J. H., to be assistant appraiser of merchandise in district of 

New Orleans, La.; nominated 1610; confirmed 1848. 
Duflield, H. M., to be breyet major-general. United States Volunteers; 

nominated 1250. 
Du^^, C, to be chief gunner in Nayy; nominated 2873; confirmed 

Dagan, T. B., to be captain, Seyenth United States Cayalry; nomi- 
nated 61; confirmed 195. 

to be breyet captain. United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Dugg^n* W. T., to be breyet major, United States Azmy; nominated 

Duke, J. C, to be second lieutenant, Seyenth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 873; confirmed 476. 

to be first Uentenant, Seyenth UnitedStates Volunteer Infantry; 

nominated 969; confirmed 1082. 
Du Mars, A. U., to be postmaster at Angleton, Tez.; nominated 607; 

confirmed 804. 
Duncan, J. W., to be breyet major. United States Army; nominated 

1246. 
Duncan, O. S., to be second lieutenant. Ninth United States Volunteer 

Infantry; nominated 374; confirmed 478. 
Dunn, A. w., to bo second lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 

Infantry; nominated 372: confirmed 475. 
Dunn, E. H., to be ensign in Nayy; nominated 2873; confirmed 2878. 
Dunn, F. W., to be second lieutenant. United States Volunteer Signal 

Ck>rps: nominated 656; confirmed 808. 
Dunn. James H., to be postmaster at Sutton, W. Va.; nominated 370; 

confirmed 972. 
Dunn. John H., to be postmaster at Parkeakmrg* P*^; nominated 607; 

ooofirmed 1304. 



Executive Nominations and Ckmftrmations— Continned, 

Dunn, B. N., to be iKJstmaster at Wallace, Idaho; nominated 63; con- 
firmed 2ia 
Dunoyant, J. W., to be postmaster at Chester, S. C; nominated 369; 
confirmed 542. 

Dunwoody, H. H. C, to be colonel. Signal Ck>rp8, United States Army; 
nominated 68; confirmed 208. 

Durell, K H., to be lieutenant in Nayy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Dorey, C, to be postmaster at Johnstown, N. Y.; nominated 366; con- 
firmed 656. 

Dutton, B. M., to be captain. United States Marine Corps; nominated 
2870: confirmed 2875. 

Duyal, D. F., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United States 
Army; nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

Duyall, W. P., to be lieutenant-colonel and chief ordnance officer. 
United States Volunteers; nominated 72: confirmed 308. 

Dwyer, T. F., to be first lieutenant. Eighth United States Infantry; 
nominated 605; confirmed 808. 

to be breyet first lieutenant. United States Army; nominated 

1249. 

Dyer, Q. L., to be lieutenant-commander in Nayy; nominated 82; con- 
firmed 190. 

DyRon, C. W., to be lieutenant in Nayy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2S77. 

Eadie, J. H., to be postmaster at New Brighton, N. T.; nominated 
366; confirmed 656. 

Eames, H. E. , to be first lieutenant. Fourteenth United States Infantry; 
nominated 2394; confirmed 2875. 

Easton, H. B.jjto be postmaster at Cattaraugus, N. Y. ; nominated 2576; 
confirmed 2879. 

Easton, W. E., to be postmaster at Stillwater, Minn.; nominated 606; 
confirmed 804. 

Eaton. H. A., to be second lieutenant. Eighth United States Infantry; 
nominated 68; confirmed 191. 

Eaton, W. C^to be lieutenant-commander in Nayy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed z9I9. 

Eberle, E. W., to be lieutenant in Nayy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Ebert, B. Q., to be breyet major, United States Army; nominated 
1391. 

Ebstein, F. H. E., to be breyet major. United States Army; nomi- 
natedl240. 

to be major. Nineteenth United States Infantry; nominated 

1390; confirmed 1689. 

Echeyerria, B., to be major and brisade surgeon. United States Vol- 
unteers; nominated 72; confirmed 309. 

Echols, C. P., to be associate professor of mathematics at Military 
Academy; nominated 918; confirmed 1062. 

Eckhardt, £. F., to be ensign in Nayy; nominated 2873; oonfirmed 2878. 

Eckles, G. A., to be posmiaster at Chadron, Nebr.; nominated 971; 
confirmed 1163. 

Eddy, 8. F., to be third secretary of United States embassy at Lon- 
don, Enj^land; nominated 1687; oonfirmed 1989. 

Edgar, WT A., to be lieutenant in Nayy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
■ 2877. 

Edgerly, W. S., to be major, Sixth United States Cayalry; nominated 
64; confirmed 211. 

Edgerton. W. P., to be professor of mathematics at Military Academy; 
nominated 918; confirmed 1062. 

Edie, J. B., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Nayy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

Edmunds, F. H., to be major and chief ordnance officer. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 306. 

Edsall, H. W. to be postmaster at Hamburg, N. J.; nominated 366; 
confirmcid 804. 

Edson, J. J., jr., to be additional paymaster. United States Volunteers; 
nominated 73; confirmed 300. 

Edwards, A. M., to be first lieutenant. Third United States Infantry 
nominated 67; confirmed 196. 

Edwi^ds, C. B., to be captain^wenty-fourth United States Infantry 
nominated 606; confirmed 803. 

Edwards, E. A., to be breyet major. United States Army; nominated 
12i6. 

Edwards, E. J., to be postmaster at Bowdle, S. Dak.; nominated 1689; 
confirmed 1892. 

Edwards, F. A., to be postmaster at HoUey, N. Y.; nominated 63; 
confirmed 218. 

Edwards, J. B., to be lieutenant-commander in Nayy; nominated 2371; 
confirmed 2876. 

Edwards, O., to be first lieutenant, Eleyenth United States Infantry; 
nominated 67: confirmed 194. 

Egan, F. A., to be ix)stmaster at Angels Camp, Cal.; nominated 2235; 
confirmed 2739. 

Egbert, H. C, to be colonel Twenty-second United States Infantry; 
nominated 65; confirmed 192. 

to be brigadier-general. United States Volunteers; nominated 

70; confirmed 190. 

Eldredge, C, to be first lieutenant, First United States Volunteer En- 
gineers; nominated 918: confirmed 902. 

Eldridge, C, to be second lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 375; confirmed 478. 

Eldridge, F. H., to be lieutenant-commander in Nayy; nominated 
2872; confirmed 2877. 

Elkins, S. R, to be second lieutenant and signal officer. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 190. 

Elliot, J. L., to be postmaster at Clinton, Conn.; nominated 970; con- 
firmed 1163. 

Elliot, W. O., to be breyet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1390. 

EHliott, O. P., to be adyanoed three numbers in grade of captain in 
Marine Corps; nominated 32; confirmed 1®. 

to be major. United States Marine Corps; nominated 2870; con- 
firmed aS75. 

Elliott, J. A., to be postmaster at Mansfield, Pa. ; nominated 868; con- 
firmed 1304. 

Elliott. T. C to be suryeror of customs for port of Cairo, HI.; nomi- 
nated 155; confirmed 607. 

Elliott, W. PMto be lieutenant-commander in Nary; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876L 

Ellis, a B., to be postmaster at Bioo, Cola; nomfaatedaSB; oonfirmed 
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Ellis, P. Hm to be lieatenant-colonel. Eighth United States Infantry; 
nominated 65; confirmed 192. 

to be brevet lientenant-colonel. United States Army; nominated 

1390. 

Elstner. M. C, to be United States attorney for western district of 
Lonisiana; nominated 154; confirmed 333. 

Eltonhead, F. E., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1246. 

Elwood. J. EL, tobe iKXtmaster at Sycamore, HI.; nominated 167; con- 
firmed 375. 

Elwood, J. Q., to be postmaster at Joliet, m.; nominated 187; con- 
firmed 2144. 

Ely, F. D., to be first lieutenant. Ninth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 67; confirmed 194. 

to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Embick, S. D., to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States 
Army 'dominated 2090; confirmed 2739. 

Emory, W. O., to be first lieutenant. Seventh United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 1300; confirmed 1090. 

'R^''^*>i, C. B., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2878. 

Ennis, W., to be lieutenant-colonel and chief ordnance officer. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 190. 

Enochs, B., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 12^. 

Entwistle, J., to be advanced three numbers in grade of chief engi- 
neer in Navy: nominated 704. 

to be captain In Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 2876. 

Errett, A. W., to be postmaster at Kewanee, 111. ; nominated 1088; con- 
firmed 1930. 

Erwin, D. D., to be postmaster at Bourbon, Ind.; nominated 1688; con- 
firmed 1848. 

Erwin, I., to be first Ueutenant, Sixteentii United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Eakridge, B. L, to be orevet lieutenant-ookiiel, United States Army; 
nominated 1245. 

Estell, J. H., to be first lieutenant, Third United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 874; oonflrmed 478. 

Estes, Q. H., to be first lieutenant. Twentieth United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed IM. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Estes. H. T., to be postmaster at Muscogee, Lid. T.; nominated 188; 
confirmed 334. 

Etter, F. J., to be postmaster at South Omaha, Nebr.; nominated 188; 
oonflrmed 375. 

Evans, C. B., to be major. Sixth United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 474; confirmed 656. 

Evans, E. L., to be postmaster at Ashbumham, Mass.; nominated 1688; 
confirmed 1848. 

Evans, Q. B., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Evans. H. O., to be second lieutenant of artOlery, United States Army; 
nominated 05; oonflrmed 194. 

Evans, H. V., to be first lieutenant. Twentieth United States Infantry; 
nominated 1262; oonfinxked 18B2L 

Evans, J. C, to be chief gunner in Navy; nominated 2878; confirmed 

S87B. 

of captain in 

Mninatedl245. 
B.; nominated 

[>minated28?a; 

of Kentucky; 

»minated 1688; 

!71; confirmod 

y; nominated 

ated 606; con- 

brict of North 

nteers; nomi- 

Army; nomi- 

Btrictof Ohio; 

Volunteer In- 

nflrmed 190. 
bes Volunteer 

«r Engineers; 

minated 1796; 

3.; nominated 

y; nominated 

fantry; nominated 68; confirmed 191. 

Farley, j. P., to be colonel. Ordnance Department, United States 
Army; nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Farmer, C. C, to be second lieutenant of cavalry. United States Army; 
nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Famswortb, C. S., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1301. 

Famum, J. E., to be captain and assistant quartermaster. United 
States volunteers; nominated 72; oonflrmed 808. 

Farquhar, J. M., to be member of industrial Commission; nominated 
166; confirmed 180. 

Farquhar, N. H., to be rear-admiral in Navy; nominated 2870; con- 
firmed 2875. 

Farr, O. W. B., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
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Executive Nominationa and Conflrmationa— €k)ntinned. 

Farrar, H. B., to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States 

Army; nominated 2009; confirmed 2739. 
Farrell, J. A., to be postmaster at Mason City, Iowa; nominated 1688. 
Farrington, S. H., to be postmaster at WaterviUe, Minn.; nominated 

606; confirmed 804. 
Fossett, W. M.,to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 

nominated 1249. 
Faulkner, A.H., to be iKXtmaster at McMinnvUle, Tenn.; nominated 

971. 
Faulkner, C. P., to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States 

Army; nominated 66; confirmed 194. 
Faust, W.H., to be lieutenant in Navv: nominated 2872; oonfirmed 2877. 
Fay, J.S., to be postmaster at Marlboro, Mas&; nominated 600; con- 

Fealy, T. J., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States Army: 
nominated, 69; confirmed 191. 

Febiger, O. L., to be captain. Ninth United States Volunteer Infantry 
nominated 541; confirmed 056. 

Fee, W.T., to be United States consul at Bombay, India; nominated 
1214; confirmed 1303. 

Foighner, L. W., to be postmaster at Nashville, Mich.; nominated 970; 
confirmed 1163. 

Fengar, C. B., to be third lieutenant in Bevenue-Cutter Service; nom- 
inated 1496; confirmed 1662. 

Fennell, J. E., to be postmaster at Morrlstown, N. J.; nominated 971; 
confirmed 1214. 

Fenton, T. C, to be Lieutenant in Navy; nominated 1303; confirmed 
1392. 

Fei*ebee, N. M., to be medical inspector in Navy; nominated 62; con- 
firmed 189. 

Ferguson, H. T. , to be brevet captain, United States Army ; nominated 

St United States Vol- 

78. 

United States Volun- 

Agency, N. Y.; nomi- 
ravy; nominated 2873; 
in Navy; nominated 
; nominated 188; con- 
ted States Infantry; 
ct of Great Egg Har- 
Ited States Infantry; 
lurer at Philadelphia, 
BS Army; nominated 

Fisk, W. L., to be major. Corps 4>f Engineers, United States Army; 

nominated 68; confirmed lfi2L 
Fiske, B A., to be iieutenant-oonunander in Navy; nominated 2871; 

confirmed 2876. 
Fitsucerald, E. T., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873; oonfirmed 

Fitzgibbons, W., to be postmaster at Saranac, Mich.; nominated 365; 
confirmed 165SS. 

Flagg, L. C, to be postmaster at Berwick, Me.; nominated 63; cJbn- 
firmedl96. 

Flagler, C. A. F., to be captain. Corps of Engineers, United States 
Army; nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Fleming. B. J., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1261. 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Fletcher, F. F., to bo Iieutenant-oonunander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2877. 

Fletcher, J. B., to be chief carpenter in Navy; nominated 2874; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Fletcher, T. C, to be postmaster at Babylon, N. Y.; nominated 008; 
confirmed 972. 

Flower, N. M., to be captain and assistant quartermaster. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 306. 

Flynn, E. P., to be postmaster at South Charleston, Ohio; nominated 
»}7; confirmed 972. 

Focht, M. L., to be major and brigade surgeon. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 70; oonfirmed 190. 

Folger, O. C, to be i>ostma8ter at Jackson, Cal.; nominated 186; con- 
firmed 972. 

Foltz, M. A., to be postmaster at Chambersburg, Pa.; nominated 1689; 
confirmed 1848. 

Folwell, W. B., to be second lieutenant, First United States Infantry; 
nominated 68; confirmed 191. 

Fontelieu, C., to be United States marshal tor eastern district of 
Louisiana; nominated 154; confirmed 333. 

Foote, M. C, to be major, Twenty-first United States Infantry; nom- 
inated 65; confirmed 192. 

to be major and commissary of subsistenoe. United States Vol- 
unteers; nominated 72; confirmed 308. 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1246. 

Foote, S. M., to be major. Third United States Volunteer Engineers; 
nominated 374; confirmed 478. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Forbes, T. F., to be major. Fourth United States Infantry; nominated 
2738; confirmed 2875. 

Ford, C. M., to be postmaster at Armstrong, Iowa; nominated 2874; 
confirmed 2879. 

Ford, 0. S., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United States 
Army; nominated 154; confirmed 300. 

Ford, J. D., to be advanced three numbers in grade of chief engineer 
in Navy; nominated 704. 

to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; oonfirmed 2876. 

Ford, J. H., to be firstlieutenant and assistant surgeon. United States 
Army; nominated 154; oonfirmed 309. 

Ford, 0., to be i>ostmaster at Saa Marcos, Tex.; nominated 309; con- 
firmed 542. 

Ford, S. H., to be second lieutenant, Sixteenth United States Ix^ 
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Fomnnce, J., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 
1390. 

Porse, A. G., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel, United States Army; 
nominated 1:^45. 

Forse, C. T., to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 
2876. 

Forsyth, J. M.^o be captain in Navy; nominated 2871: confirmed 2876. 

Forsytb, W. D., to be second liau tenant. Nineteenth United States 
Infantry; nominated CO; confirmed 191. 

to be second lieutenant. Fifth United States Cavalry; nominated 

65: confirmed 194. 

Fort, O. W., to be postmaster at Stafford, Eans. ; nominated 970; con- 
firmed 1163. 

Foster, H. S., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1246. 

Foster, J., to be pay inspector in Navy; nominated 62; confirmed 1S9. 

Foster, P. C, to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States Army ; 
nominated 2099; confirmed 2730. 

Foster, R Q., to be postmaster at New Hartford, Conn.: nominated 
1688; confirmed 1848. 

Foster, S., to be second lieutenant. Tenth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated STJ; confirmed 476. 

Fountl^.'oy, J. D., to be captain. Third United States Volunteer En- 
gineers; nominated 969; confirmed 1062. 

Fouse, G., to be chief gunner in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 
2878. 

Fowler, J. L., to be major. Tenth United States Cavalry; nominated 
64; confirmed 195. 

Fox, C. E.. tobe lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; con- 
firmed 2876. 

Foy, R. C, to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States Army; 
nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Frank, T. B., to be first lieutenant. Fifth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Franklin, R., to be postmaster at Clio, Mich.; nominated 606; con- 
firmed 1496. 

Franklin, W. H., to be first lieutenant. Ninth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 873; confirmed 477. 

Franks, T. B., to be captain. Fifth United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 2393; confirmed 2875. 

Franz, F., to bo captain. First United States Volunteer Cavalry; nom 
inated 370; confirmed 474. 

to be brevet captain. United States Volunteers: nominated 1250. 

Frazee, C. R.. to be postmaster at Pelican Rapids, Minn.; nominated 
C06; confirmed 804. 

Frear, Walter F., to be a member of the Hawaiian Commission; nom- 
inated 30. 

Frederick, D. A., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 
1248, 1251. 

Freeland, H.,to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 
124«. 

Freeman, E. R., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 
2872; confirmed 2877. 

Freeman, F. N., to be ensign in Navy: nominated 2873: confirmed 2878. 

Freeman, G.W., to be raptaii^ Second United States Volunteer Engi- 
neers; nominated 374; confirmed 477. 

Freeman. H. B., to be colonel Twenty-fourth United States Infantry; 
nominated 65: confirmed 192. 

Freeman^..tobo postmaster at Arlington, N.J. ; nominated 188; con- 
firmed 334. 

Freeman, 8. D. , to be captain. Fifth United States Cavalry; nominated 
2394; confirmed 2875. 

Fremont, J. C, to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

French, G., tobe postmaster at Sag Harbor, N. Y.; nominated 2576; 
confirmed 2879. 

French, H. W., to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Array; 
nominated 1249. 

to be first lieutenant. Seventeenth United States Infantry; 

nominated 1252; confirmed 1392. 

French, M. E., to be passed assistant engineer in Navy; nominated 
918; confirmed 972. 

French, W. B., to be postmaster at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. : nominated 
1688; confirmed 18^. 

Fretts, B. C, to be postmaster at Scottdale, Pa.; nominated 368; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Frick, L. D., to be assistant surgeon in Marine-Hospital Service; nom- 
inated 155; confirmed 218. 

Friedrich, B. A., to be United States attorney for district of Alaska; 
nominated 154; confirmed 333. 

FrisseU, T. T.. to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nominated 1249. 

Frith, B. E., to be second lieutenant. Twenty-fourth United States 
Infantry; nominated 60; confirmed l91. 

Fromberg, C. J., to be second lieutenant. Fifth United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Frost, A. S., to be captain. Twelfth United States Infantry; nominated 
1251; confirmed 1^1. 

Fuger, P., to be major. Fourth United States Artillery; nominated 
2^; confirmed 2875. 

Fuger, F. W., to be first lieutenant. Thirteenth United States Infan- 
try; nominated 66; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Fuller, A. M., to be captain. Ninth United States Cavalry; nominated 
64; confirmed 195. 

Fuller, B. H., to bo captain. United States Marine Corps; nominated 
2870; confirmed 2875. 

Fuller, C. E., to be postmaster at St. James, Minn.; nominated 970; 
confirmed 1163. 

Fnller, L. A., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1251. 

Fulweiler. B. M., to be second lieutenant. Second United States Vol- 
unteer Engineers; nominated 1432; confirmed 1689. 

Furlong, F. M., to be assistant surgeon in Navy; nominated 62; con- 
firmed 189. 

Qaddis, O. D. M., to be postmaster at Kingman, Ariz.; nominated 
1687; confirmed ia48. 

Gage, H., to be chief engineer in Navy; nominated 62; confirmed 180. 

to be lieutenant in Navy: nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Gaither, C. D., to be captain. Ninth United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 606; confirmed 804. 

Gaither, E., to be second lieutenant. Eighth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 873; confirmed 477. 



Executive Nominations and Confirmations-~Continned. 

Galbraith, J. G., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1251. 

to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1245. 

Gallup, F. H., to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States 
Arzny; nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Gait, u. H., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Game, C, to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States Army; 
nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Gaudy, C. M., to be major and chief surgeon. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 474; confirmed 655. 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1300. 

Gano, L. M., to be postmaster at Watkins, N. Y.; nominated 366; con- 
firmed 656. 

Ganz, E. P., to be postmaster at Alma, Wis.; nominated 370; con- 
firmed 542. 

Garden, H. A., to be second lieutenant. Third United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 541; confirmed 656. 

Gardner, G. E., to be postmaster at Wickford, B. I.; nominated 369; 
confirmed 542. 

Gardner, J. D., to be postmaster at Ripley, Ohio; nominated 2236; 
confirmed 2740. 

Gardner, J. H., to be captain, Second United States Cavalry; nom- 
inated 04; confirmed 1%. 

Garlington, E. A., to be lieutenant-colonel and inspector-general. 
United States Army; nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army; nominated 

1245. 

Garrett, E. E., to be receiver of public moneys at Boise, Idaho; nomi- 
nated 63; confirmed 180. 

Garrett, G. W., to be Northern Pacific Railroad land-grant commis- 
sioner; nominated 2235. 

Garrison, D. M., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 2878. 

Garst, P-jto be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 2876. 

Garton, W. M., to be assistant surgeon in Navy; nominated 62; con- 
firmed 189. 

Gartside, F. E., to be jxMtmaster at Winona, Minn.; nominated 603; 
confirmed 804. 

Gatcheli, T. J., to be second lieutenant. Second United States Volun- 
teer Cavalry; nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Gates, H. G., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 31; 
confirmed 190. 

to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872: confirmed 2877. 

Gay, C. S., to be postmaster at Saranao Lake, N. Y.; nominated 2874; 
confirmed 2873. 

Gayle, E. E., to be captain, Second United States Artillery; nominated 
2^4; cx>nfirmed 2875. 

Gaylor, A., to be postmaster at Mishawaka, Ind.; nominated 2738; con- 
firmed 2880. 

Gearing, H. C, to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2877. 

Geary, J. T., to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States Army; 
nominated 63; confirmed 194. 

Geary, W., to be captain. Twentieth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 606: confirmed 803. 

Gtoary, W. L., to be captain. Second United States Volunteer Engi- 
neers; nominated 374; confirmed 477. 

Geddes, S. J., to be postmaster at Willcox, Ariz.; nominated 1687; con- 
firmed 1848. 

Genung, G. D., tobe postmaster at Waverly, N. Y. ; nominated 386; con- 
firmed 656. 

George, C. P., to be captain, Ninth United States Infantry; nominated 
005: confirmed 803. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

George, T. B., to be collector of customs for district of St. Augustine, 
Fla.; nominated 155; confirmed 1496. 

Georgia, C. C, to bo postmaster at UnionviUe, Conn.; nominated 578; 
confirmed 704. 

Gossner, G. A., to be postmaster at Fremont, Ohio; nominated 2738; 
confirmed 2880. 

Gest, J. G., to be postmaster at Washington Court-House, Ohio; nomi- 
nated 971; confirmed 1214. 

Getty, R. N., tobe brevetmajor. United States Army; nominated 1246. 

Getzondanor, L. D., to be postmaster at Charlestown, W. Va.; nomi- 
nated :i70; confirmed 972. 

Geyer, D.L., to be receiver of public moneys at Roswell, N. Mex.; 
nominated 63; withdrawn 1891; nominated 1891; confirmed 223H. 

Gibbs, G. S., to be second lieutenant. United States Volunteer Signal 
Corps; nominated 655: confirmed 803. 

Gibson, E. R., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States 
Army; nominated 60: confirmed 191. 

Gibson, F. W., to be surveyor for port of New Orleans, La.; nomi- 
nated 1610; confirmed 1689. 

Gibson, T. B., to be postmaster at Walden, N. Y.; nominated 1088; con- 
firmed 1892. 

Giddings, P., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nom- 
inated 1249. 

Gilbert, W. W., to be major and paymaster. United States Army; 
nominated 64; confirmed 196. 

Gilbreth, J. L., to be second lieutenant, Fourteenth United States 
Infantry; nominated 68; confirmed 191. 

Gilchrist, A. W., to be captain. Third United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 371: confirmed 475. 

Gill, J. A., to be judge of court of northern district of Indian Terri- 
tory; nominated 2144; withdrawn 22136. 

Gillespie, E. N., to be second lieutenant and signal officer. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 100. 

Gillespie, L. L., to bo first lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 
Engmeers; nominated 375; confirmed 478. 

Qillis, J., to be postmaster at Pleasanton, Cal.; nominated 1688; with- 
drawn 1790. 

Giiman, B. H., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1390. 

Gilmer, W. W., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Gilmore. J. C, to bo brevet major. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 1280. 

Gilmore, S. Bvto be postmaster at Holstein, Iowa; nominated 2236; 
confirmed 2730. 

Gise, W. K., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2878; 
confirmed 2878. 



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Givens, W. H., tobe second lieutenant. Tenth United States Volonteer 
Infantr y : nominated 373; confirmed 477. 

Glasgow, W. J., to be first lieutenant, Second United States Cavalry; 
nominated 64; confirmed 105. 

Glass. C. C, to be postmaster at River Falls, Wis.; nominated 1689; 
confirmed 1848. 

Glassford. W. A., to be lien tenant-colonel and signal officer, United 
States Volnnteers; nominated 72; confirmed 308. 

Gloason, W. E., to be first lientenant. Sixth United States Infantry, 
nominated 66; confirmed 198. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1217. 

Glennan, A. H., to be surgeon in Marine-Hospital Service; nominated 
155; confirmed 217. 

Gliddcn, J. W., to be second lieutenant. Fourth United States Infan- 
try; nominated 68; confirmed 191. 

Glimme, A., to be postmaster at Kenyon, Minn.; nominated 970; con- 
firmed 1168. 

Ooddard, C. N., to be postmaster at Decorah, Iowa; nominated 970; 
confirmed 1163. 

Godfrey. G. C. M., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1391. 

Godfrey, G. J., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1248. 

Goe, J. B., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 1390. 

Goins, E., to be second lieutenant, Eighth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry: nominated 373; confirmed 477. 

Golden, H. G.. to be chaplain. Second ITnited States Volunteer Cavalry; 
nominated 1360; confirmed 1690. 

Goldsmith, A. H., to be postmaster at Floral Park, N. T.; nominated 
3G6; confirmed 656. 

Gomez, V., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. Second United 
States Volunteer Infantry; nominated 2144; confirmed 2739. 

Goodale, C. C, to be surveyor-general of Colorado; nominated 441; 
confirmed 508. 

Goodale, G. L., to be captain and assistant ciuartormaster,United States 
Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 307. 

Goodale, G. S., to be first lieutenant, Ninth United States Infantry; 
nominated 130U; confirmed 1689. 

Goodo. G. W., to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 
1248. 

Goodf ellow, J. C, to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States 
Army; nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Goodin, J. A., to be captain. Twenty-fifth United States Infantry; 
nominated 68; confirmed 193. 

Goodloe, G. C, to be colonel and nayniaster, United States Marine 
Corps; nominated 2870: confirmed J»75. 

Goodman. T. C, to be additional paymaster, United States Volunteers; 
nominated 72; confirmed 309. 

Goodrell, M. C, to be lieutenant-colonel, United States Marine Corps; 
nominated 2870; confirmed 2875. 

Goodrich, D. M., to be first lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 
Cavalry; nominated 871; confirmed 474. 

to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 1250. 

Goodrich, E. P., to be civil engineer in Navy; nominated 1939; con- 
firmed 2236. 

GK)odwyn, A. G., to be second lieutenant. Fifth United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Gordon, C. H., to be fii*8t lieutenant. United States Volunteer Signal 
Corps; nominated 918; confirmed 1082. 

Gordon, W. W., to be second lieutenant. Eighth United States Volun 
teer Infantry; nominated 374; confirmed 478. 

Gorgas, W. C, to be maior and surgeon, United States Army; nomi- 
nated 08: confirmed 192. 

Gould, S. "W., to be postmaster at Weir, Kans.; nominated 579; con- 
firmed 704. 

Gow, J. L., to be chief engineer in Navy; nominated 441; confirmed 

to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Graham, J. L., to be second lieutenant. Fifth United States Infantry; 
nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Graham, J.M., to be second lieutenant. Eleventh United States In- 
fantry; nominated 68; confirmed 191. 

Graham, J. S., to be postmaster at Rochester, N. T.; nominated 367; 
confirmed 656. 

Graham, W. R., to be additional paymaster. United States Volnnteers; 
nominated 72; confirmed 309. 

Grainger, J. R., to be chief gunner in Navy; nominated 2873; con- 
firmed 2878. 

Granger, R. S., to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States 
Army: nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Grant, A., to be postmaster at Chicopee, Mass.; nominated 2236; con- 
firmed 2740. 

Grant, £. C, to be postmaster at Fanner, N. Y.; nominated 1G8S; con- 
firmed 1892. 

Grant. J. K., to be postmaster at Stamford, N. T.; nominated 971; 
confirmed 1214. 

Grant, T., to be second lieutenant. Tenth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry: nominated 1432; confirmed 1689. 

to be first lieutenant. Tenth United States Volunteer Infantry; 

nominated 373; confirmed 477. 

Grant, W. J., to be collector of customs for district of Cape Vincent, 
N. Y.: nominated 605; confirmed 932. 

Grasselli, T. S., to be captain and assistant quartermaster, United 
States Volunteers: nominated 72: confirmed 308. 

Grauss. F. L., to be postmaster at Calistoga, Cal.; nominated 578; con- 
firmed 704. 

Graves, W. H., to be Indian inspector; nominated 62; confirmed, 310. 

Gray, S. H., to be postmaster at Muskegon, Mich.; nominated lt>88; 
confirmed 1848. 

Green, F. N., to be postmaster at Olivet, Mich.; nominated 970; con- 
firmed 1163. 

Green, G. H., to be United States marshal for northern district of 
Te.\as; nominated 154; confirmed 333. 

Green, J. G., to be captain in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 2876. 

Green, T. R,, to be postmaster at Denton, Md.; nominated 365; con- 
firmed 705. 

Greene, F, to be captain. Signal Cori)s, United States Army; nomi- 
nated 68; confirmed lu2. 

to be lieu tenant -colonel and signal officer. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 71; confirmed 190. 

Greene, F. E.. to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 



Executive Nominations and Confirmations — Ck>ntinaed. 

Ghreene, F. V., to be major-general. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 70; confirmed 190. 

Greene, H. A., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1246. 

Greenleaf, H. 6., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United 
States Army: nominated 473; confirmed 655. 

Oreenway, J. C., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 12G0. 

Greenway, J. E.. to be first lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 
Cavalry: nominated 871; confirmed 474. 

Greenwold, S., to be second lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 
Cavalry; nominated 871; confirmed 474. 

Griffin, E., to be brigadier-general. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 932: confirmed 1020. 

Griffin, R. S., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Griffin, W., to be second lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Elngineers^nominated 374; confirmed 478. 

Griffith, T. W., to be captain. Eighteenth United States Infantry; 
nominated 66; confirmed 192. 

Griffiths, J. Bw, to be postmaster at Jermyn, Pa.; nominated 607; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Grigsby, E. P., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. Third 
United States Volunteer Cavalry; nominated 871; confirmed 
475. 

to be major and surgeon. Third United States Volunteer Cav- 
alry: nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Grimes, G. S., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 
1247. 

Grimmet, J. A., to be postmaster at TuBkegee, Ala.; nominated 186; 
confirmed 334. 

Grimshaw, W., to be first lieutenant. Fifth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 372: confirmed 476. 

Grisard, J. S., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1247. 

Griscom, A. H., to be postmaster at Jenldntown, Pa.; nominated 607; 
confirmed 1214. 

Griswold, F. M., to be postmaster at Lake Mills, Wis.; nominated 
179i!; confirmed 1892. 

Groat, R. P., to be postmaster at Newark, N. Y.; nominated 387; con- 
firmed 656. 

Groesbeck, S. W., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States 
Army; nominated 1245. 

Graff, G. G., to be major and brigade surgeon. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 72; confirmed 309. 

Gross, L. H., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1249. 

Gros5Cup, P. S., to be United States judge for seventh judicial circuit; 
nominated 803; confirmed 932. 

Grubbs, H. Y.. to be first lieutenant, Fifth United States Infantry; 
nominated 1252; confirmed 1392. 

Ghienther, R., to be United States consul-general at Frankfort, Ger- 
many; nominated 30; confirmed 150. 

Guernsey, J. H., to be postmaster at Waterbury, Conn.; nominated 
1688; confirmed 1848. 

Guiney, P. W., to be second lieutenant of cavalry, United States 
Army: nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Gunsul, M. , to be postmaster at Gillett, Colo. ; nominated 187; confirmed 
384. 

Gumey, J. A., to be first lieutenant. Nineteenth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 606; confirmed 803. 

to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 124S. 

Guthrie, J. B., to be major. Fifteenth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 65; confirmed 192. 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1390. 

Guy. S. T., to be second lieutenant, Seventh United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 1390; confirmed 1690. 

Gwyn, M. K., to be assistant surgeon in Marine-Hospital Service; nom- 
inated 155: confirmed 218. 

Gwynn, C. B., to be second lieutenant, Third United States Volunteer 
Engineers: nominated 374; confirmed 478. 

Gwynn, St. C. B., to be first lieutenant, Third United States Volun- 
teer Engineers; nominated 909; confirmed 1082. 

Haan, W. G., to be captain and assistant quartermaster. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 71: confirmed 308. 

Hachenberger, P. C. L., to bo register of land office at Hugo, Colo.; 
nominated 018: confirmed 972. 

Haight, C. S. , to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States Army ; 
nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Haines, H. C, to be captain. United States Marine Corps; nominated 
1496; confirmed 16S9. 

Hains, P. C, to be member of Nicaragua Canal Commission; nomi- 
nated 30; confirmed 1303. 

Hains, P. C, jr., to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States 
Army; nominated 65: confirmed 19*. 

Hale, H. C, to be captain. Tenth United States Infantry; nominated 
605; confii-med 803. 

Hale, I.,tobe brigadier-general. United States Volunteers; nominated 
70; confirmed 190. 

Halo, J., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1246. 

Hale, J. T.. to be postmaster at Trenton, Tenn.; nominated 2738; con- 
firmed 2880. 

Hale, W. B., to be captain and commissary of subsistence. United 
States Volunteers: nominated 71; confirmed 307. 

Haloy, P., to be chief boatswain in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 
287H. 

Halford, W., to be chief gunner in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 
2878. 

Hall, A. M., to bo second lieutenant. Sixth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 3?2: confirmed 476. 

Hall, E. G., to be i)ostmaster at Healdsburg, CaL; nominated 578; con- 
firmed 704. 

Hall, G., to be postmaster at Lima, Ohio; nominated 368; confirmed 
972. 

Hall, Harrison, to be second lieutenant of artillery, Unit^ States 
Army; nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Hall, Harry, to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Han, J. E., to be postmaster at Bucyrus, Ohio; nominated 367; con- 
firmed 972. 

Hall, M. E., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 1308; 
confirmed 1392. 

Hall, N. H., to be captain. United States Marine Corps; nominated 
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Hall, B. T., to be advanced three numbers in grade of chief engineer 

in Navy; nominated 704. 

to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872: confirmed 2877. 

Halligan, M., to ba postmaster at Rouses Point, K. Y.; nominated 1688; 

contlrmed 1892. 
Hallock, H. M., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 

Ealsey, W. F., tobe lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

1 2872; confirmed 

States Infantry; 

!^. T.; nominated 

ted States Army; 

8 Infantry; nom- 

cninateda65; con- 

761o.; nominated 

atesArmy; nom- 

YTia,; nominated 

rmy; nominated 

«d States Volun- 

Bs Volunteer In- 

9d States Volun- 

Jnited States In- 

7, United States 

fttesArmy; nom- 

es Volunteer En- 

Sngineers; nomi- 

; nominated 970; 

rnited States In- 

jmy; nominated 

HannunL, E. W., to be postmaster at Swarthmore, Pa.; nominated 
1689; confirmed 1848. 

Hannum, J. L. , to be advanced two numbers in grade of chief engineer 
in Navy; nominated 81. 

to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871: confirmed 2870. 

Hanson, J., to be second lieutenant of infantry, tJnited States Army; 
nominated 2009; confirmed 2730. 

Hanus, Q. C, to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2870. 

Harang, A. V., to be first lieutenant. Ninth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 873; confirmed 477. 

Harbach, A. A., to be brevet colonel. United States Army; nominated 
1:M5. 

Harber, G. B., to be advanced five numbers In grade of lieutenant- 
commander in Navy; nominated 81. 

Harbeson. J. P., to be first lieutenant. Twelfth United States Infan- 
try; nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

Harbord, J. G., to be first lieutenant. Tenth United States Cavalry; 
nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

Hardaway, B. F., to be brevet captain, United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1247. 

States Volunteer Engi- 

Lt, Third United States 

confirmed 478. 

BS Volunteer Engineers; 

H, Iowa; nominated 579; 

bates Army; nominated 

s. United States Army; 

, N. Y.; nominated 2738; 

Mich.; nominated 1795; 

ti United States Volun- 

-, d United States Volun- 
teer Engineers; nominated 1610; confirmed 1090. 

Harman, J. A., to be major and chief ordnance officer. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 806. 

to be brevet captain. United States Amiy; nominated 1248. 

Harmon, C. E., to be postmaster at Grants Pass, Oreg.; nominated 
2874; confirmed 2879. 

Harralson, E., to be first lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 871; confirmed 475. 

Harriman, A. H., tobe postmaster at Bridgeton, He.; nominated 2236; 
confirmed 2730. 

Harrington, F. H., to be major. United States Marine Ckirps; nomi- 
nated 1496; confirmed 1689. 

to be lieutenant-colonel, United States Marine Corps; nominated 

2870; confirmed 2875. 

Harris, A. J., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States Army; 
nominated 09; confirmed lOL 

Harris, A. L.. to be member of Industrial Commission; nominated 156; 
confirmed 180. 

Barris, Addison CL, to be United States envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary to Austria-Himgary; nominated 541; con- 
firmed aoT. 



Executive Kommations and Confirmations — Continned. 

Harris, Alfred C, to be postmaster at Eldora, Iowa; nominated 441; 
confirmed 607. 

Hariis, C. G., to be first lieutenant, Tenth United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 875; confirmed 478. 

Harris, C. J., to be member of Industrial Commission; nominated 156; 
confirmed 217. 

Harris, F. K, to be first lieutenant, Third United States Artillery; 
nominated 2304; confirmed 2875. 

Harris, H. L., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States 
Army; nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Harris, H. S. T., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel, United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 1250. 

Harris, J. P., to be -poetmaster at Ottawa, Eans.; nominated 364; con- 
firmed 479. 

Harris, M. "W^to be major. Third United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Harris, P. C, to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1391. 

Harris, B. D., to be register of land office at Sidney, Nebr. ; nominated 
833; confirmed 512. 

Harris, T. S., to be iKistmaster at Liveoak, Fla.; nominated 187; con- 
firmed 834. 

Harris, W. H., to be captain in Navy; nominated 2870; confirmed 2876. 

Harrison, A. 1, to be second lieutenant. Twenty-fifth United States 
Infantry: nominated 69: confirmed 101. 

Harrison, C. F., to be ijossmaster at Sandersville, Ga.; nominate 187; 
confirmed 1892. 

Harrison. K. J., to be captain. Fifth United States Volunteer Infan- 
try: nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Harrison, W. E., tobe postmaster at McEeesport, Pa.; nominated 868; 
confirmed 2100. 

Harrison, W. E., tobe lieutenant in Navy; nomhiated 2872; confirmed 
2878. 

Hart, V. E., to be first lieutenant, Seventeenth United States Infan- 
try; nominated 67; confirmed 193. 

^^ to be_bre vet -captain. United States Army^ nominated 1248. 

"d.; nominated 2238; 

mer; nominated 30; 

tates Army; nomi- 

I United States In- 

nt surgeon. United 

ry; nominated 2873; 

nited States Army; 

s Volunteers; nom- 

oited States Army; 

'OS Infantry; nomi- 

at surgeon. United 

dted States Army; 

I Volunteers; nomi- 

lominated 187; con- 

d States Infantry; 

1 States Artillery; 

1 Navy; nominated 

oninated 2873; con- 

nited States Army; 

i Army; nominated 
1245. 

Haskell, J. T. , to be brigadier-general, United States Volunteers? nom- 
inated 70; confirmed 190. 

Hassaurek, F., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States 
Armjr: nominated 09; confirmed 191. 

Hatch, C. N., to be postmaster at Bridge water, Conn.; nominated 970; 
confirmed 1103. 

Hatch, C.W., to be postmaster at Lockport, N. Y.; nominated 971; 
confirmed 1214. 

Hatch, E.E., to be captain. Eighteenth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 66: confirmed 192. 

Hatch. H. J., to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States Army; 
nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Hatfield. C. A. P., to be major Eighth United States Cavalry; nomi- 
nated 153; confirmed 300. 

Haughawout, T. B., to be captain and assistant quartermaster, United 
Statep Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 308. 

Havard, V.,to be lieutenant-colonel and chief surgeon. United States 
Volunteers: nominated 70; confirmed 190. 

to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army; nominated 

1300. 

Haviland,H.M.,to be postmaster at Jamacia, N.Y.; nominated 971; 
confirmed 1214. 

Hawkins, C. E., to be chief boatswain in Navy; nominated 2878; con- 
firmed 2878. 

Hawkins, H.S.. to be brigadier-general. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 63; confirmed 196. 

Hawkins. W. A., to be second lieutenant. Third United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 2576; confirmed 2876. 

Hawley, J. M., to be coounander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 
2876. 

Hawley, W. G., to be postmaster at San Jose, Oal.; nominated 1688; 
confirmed 1848. 

Hawthorne. H. L., to be captain and assistant quartermaster. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 807. 

Hay, & H., to be chief carpenter In Navy; nominated 2874; confirmed 



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Hay, J.« to be Secretary of State; nominated 90; confirmed 82. 

Hay, W. Hm to be captain and assistant onartermaster. United States 

Volnnteers; nominated 71; confirmed 808. 
Haycraft, J. E.« to be postmaster at Madelia, Minn.; nominated 971; 

confirmed 1163. 
Hayes, O. H., to bo lientenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 

2877. 
Hayes, F., to be seccmd lieutenant, i^st United States Volunteer 

Cavalry; nominated 371; confirmed 474. 
Hayes, W., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Volunteers; 



nominated 1250. 
Hay nes, 1. A., to be captain and assistant quartermaster, United States 

Volnnteers; nominated 71; confirmed 808. 
Hays, C, to bepoetmaster at Eutaw, Ala. : noniinated 186; confirmed 334. 
Hays, N. W. CT, to be postmaster at Burlington, N. J.; nominated 366; 

confirmed 804. 
Ha^, W., to be postmaster at Colton, OeO.; nominated 186; confirmed 

Hay ward, G. 17., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Hayward, H. B., to be second lieutenant, Mrst United States Volun- 
teer Engineers; nominated 186; confirmed 809. 

Hayzlott, G. W., to be Indian agent at Navajo Agency, N. Mez.; nom- 
inated 62. 

Hazen, L. D.. to be postmaster at St Jobnsbury, Vt.; nominated 971; 
confirmed 1214. 

Heard, J. W., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
loot 

>minated 1240. 
States Army 

Lated 365; con- 

ominated 606; 

States Army 

Army; nomi- 

tominated 971 

Lominated 441 

^ Italy; nomi- 

[Jnited States 

pital Service; 

ra; nominated 

»minated 2871; 

ly; nominated 

ominated 367; 

ed States Vol- 

strict of Wil- 

Volunteer In- 

inteers; nomi- 

Qominated 64; 

tates Cavalry; 

irmed 2878. 
rs; nominatod 

kted 2874; con- 

)72; confirmed 

Dated970; con- 

•tillery; nomi- 

r fifth district 

io; nominated 

L States Army; 

ly; nominatod 

tominatod 365; 

United States 

ra; nominated 

United States 

oated 187; con- 

ates Infantry; 

ccmflrmed 189. 
lominated 367; 

Volunteer Sig- 

372; confirmed 

lominated 578; 

Navy; nominated 31. 
— to be commodore in Navy: nominated 82; confirmed 190. 
to be rear-admiral in Navy; nominated 2870; confirmed 2876. 



Executive Nominatioxis and ConfirmatiozuB— Ckmtiiined. 

High, A. M., to be postmaster at Beading, Pa.; nominated 2788; cou' 

flrmed2880. 
HiU, D. J., to be Asalstant Secretary of State; nominateddO; confirmed 

Hill, P., to be captain. Second United States Volunteer Engineers; 
nominated 874: confirmed 477. 

Hill, P. K., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 81; confirmed 190. 

Hill, J. H., to be first lieutenant, Eighth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 373; confirmea 477. 

Hill, L. E., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States Army; 
nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Hill, T., to be postmaster at Spring Green, Wis.; nominated 972; con- 
firmed 1214. 

Hill, W. L., to be chief boatswain in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 
2878. 

Hilton, O. H., to be chief carpenter in Navy; nominated 2874; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Hilton, W. A., to be first lieutenant. Tenth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 373; confirmed 477. 

Hindes, L. P., to be postmaster at Lodi, Wis.; nominated 870; con- 
firmed 1796. 

Hinds, A. W., to be ensign in Navyj nominated 2873; confirmed 2878. 

Hinds, E., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1251. 

Hines, H. K., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Hines, H. L., to be surveyor of customs for port of Springfield, Mass.; 
nominated 2787; confirmed 2874. 

Hines, J. P., to bo lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

Hines, J. L., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1347. 

Hinkel, H. J., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. Third United 
States Volunteer Engineers; nominated 874; confirmed 478. 

Hii'sch, G. P., to be postmaster at Longbeach, Cal.; nominated 16S8; 
confirmed 1848. 

Hirst, B. L., to be captain, Eleventh United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 66; confirmea 193. 

Hissem, E. E., to be i>ostmaster at South Whitley, Ind.; nominated 188; 
confirmed 375. 

Hitchcock, E. A., to be Secretary of Interior; nominated 864; confirmed 
375. 

Hitt, Robert B., to be a member of the Hawaiian Commission; nomi- 
nated 30. 

Hixson, J. C, to be cantain, Pifth United States Volunteer Infantry 
nominated 872; connrmed 476. 

Hoard, P. T.. tobe postmaster at Howard, S. Dak.; nominated 360 
confirmed 479. 

Hobart, C, to be lieutenant-colonel. Eighth United States Infantry 
nominated 65; confirmed 102. 

Hobdy, W. C, to be assistant surgeon in Marine-Hospital Service 
nominated 155; confirmed 218. 

Hobson, J. BtL^^to be postmaster at Greensboro, Ala.; nominated 186; 
confirmed 333. 

Hobson, B. P.. to be naval constructor in Navy; nominated 62; con- 
firmed 189: nominated 2738. 

Hocker, B. A., to be captain. Second United States Volunteer Cav 
airy; nominated 871; confirmed 475. 

Hocker, W., to be second lieutenant, Pifth United States Artillery; 
nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

to be second lieutentant, Eleventh United States Infantry 

nominated 65; confirmed 195. 

Hodge. J. J., to be postmaster at Oneida, N. Y.; nominated 971; con- 
firmed 1214. 

Hodpos, C. L., to be brevet major. United States Army: nominated 
12t8. 

Hodges, H. C, to be captain. Twenty-second United States Infantry; 
nominated 66; confirmed 198. 

Hodges, H. P., to be colonel. First United States Volunteer Eng^eers; 
nominated 018; confirmed 982. 

Hodges, H. M., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominate 2872: 
confirmed 2877. 

Hodges, J. O., to be postmaster at Mansfield, Mass.; nominated 070; 
confirmed 1103. 

Hodgson, A. C. to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominatod 2^71 ; 
confirmed 2877. 

Hof, S., to be first lieutenant. Ordnance Department, United States 
Army; nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

HofT, A. B., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 31; 
confirmed 190. 

to be lieutenant in Navy; noniinated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Hoffer, J. E., to be first lieutenant. Ordnance Department, Unit^ 
States Army: nominated 64: confirmed 195. 

Hoffman, Q. M., to be first lieutenant. Corps of Engineers, ITnited 
States Army; nominated 473; confirmed 65S. 

Hogan, D., to be major and commissary of subsistence. United States 
"Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 307. 

Holcomb, B. C., to be assistant surgeon in Navy; nominated 62; rou- 
firmed 189. 

Holden, G. J., to be second lieutenant. Tenth United States Infantry; 
nominated 09; confirmed 191. 

HoUey, D. E., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1391. 

HoUis, M. O., to be captain, Pourth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 66; confirmed 193. 

Hollo way, J. C, to be postmaster at Montpelier, Ohio; nominated 3G8; 
confirmed 972. 

Holly, G. M., to be second lieutenant, Third United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 874; confirmed 478. 

Holman, G. P. W.. to bo lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 
2871; confirmed 2876. 

Holmes, P. H.. to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Holmes, U. T., tobe lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2878. 

Holt, C. K., to be postmaster at Clifton, Ariz.; nominated 3687; con- 
firmed 1848. 

Holzshu, J. H.. to be postmaster at Cumberland, Md.; nominated 2576; 
confirmed 2576. 

Hood, D. H., to be first lieutenant, Pifth United States Volunteer In 
fantry; nominated 872; confirmed 476. 

Hood, E. E., tobe captain. Eighth United States Volunteer tnfantry: 
nominated 378; cozmrmed 476. 



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Hook, W. C, to be United States jadfi^e for district of Kansas; nomi- 
nated 1214; confirmed 1303. 

Hooper. C. H., to be postmaster at Castine, Me.; nominated 3tf5; con- 
firmed 479. 

Hooper, S. K., to be Jiecond lieutenant, Second United States Volun- 
teer Cavalry; nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Hooton, M., to be lieutenant-colonel. Fifth United States Infantry; 
nominated 65; confirmed 192. 

Hopkins, W., to be first lieutenant, First United States Volunteer 
Engineers: nominated 375; confirmed 478. 

Hoppen, Q. B., to be second lieutenant, Fifth United States Infantry; 
nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Horn, T. N., to be first lieutenant, First United States Artillery; nom- 
inated 473; confirmed 655. 

Hornbeck, £. C, to be postmaster at Mount Sterling, Ohio; nominated 
368; confirmed 972. 

Horton, C. C, to be i)ostmaster at Silver Creek, N. Y. ; nominated 967; 
confirmed 656. 

Horton. J. Q., to be first lieutenant. Seventh United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 1390; confirmed 1690. 

Horton, w. E., to be brevet major, United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 1250. 

Hosley, H. H., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2877. 

Hosslor, I., to be postmaster at Battlecreek, Iowa; nominated 970; 
confirmed 1163. 

Hongendobler, A. B., to be postmaster at Columbia, Pa.; nominated 
368; confirmed 1304. 

Hough, D. L.. to be captain. First United States Volunteer Engineers; 
nominated 375; confirmed 478. 

Hough, H. H., to be lieutenant (junior grade) In Navy; nominated 
281^; confirmed 2878. 

Houghlan, A, to be first lieutenant. Fourth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 372; confirmed 475. ■ 

Houle, G. £., to be first lieutenant, Third United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1348. 

— ■ — " ■ ' . . . ^^ . - , . "rmed 

3d 31; 

nited 

ntry; 

d579; 

12871; 

2871; 

oated 

Fifth 
476. 
)dl90. 
Lrmy; 

idina, 

ntry; 

uated 

nomi- 

xmed 

11246. 
es in- 
states 
states 
nomi- 
nated 
'olun- 
■ntry; 
d970; 
}d 32; 
rmed 

12878. 
^olun- 

nated 

d 971; 

d578; 

irmed 

5d704, 

nated 

Lrmy; 



intry; 

to be brevet major. United States Army: nominated 1246. 

Hughes, W. S., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2877. 



Executive Nominations and Confirmations — Continued. 

Huguet, A. H., to be second lieutenant. Twenty-first United States In- 
fantry; nominated 60; confirmed 191. 

Hulings, W. J., to be brispadier-general, United States Volunteers; 
nonunated 70: confirmea 190. 

Hull, J. W., to be iKwtmaster at Millersburg, Ohio; nominated \ 
confirmed 972. 

Hulme, W. O., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 32; confirmed 190. 

Humes, A. R., to ba second lieutenant. Sixth United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Humphrey, C. F., to be brigadier-general, United States Volunteers; 
nominated 70; confirmed 190. 

Humphrey, C. F., jr., to be second lieutenant. Seventeenth United 
States Infantry; nominated 68; confirmed 191. 

Humphrey, E. H., to be second lieutenant of cavalry. United States 
Army; nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Humphreys, H. H., to be lieutenant-colonel Twenty-second United 
States Infantry; nominated 473; confirmed 655. 

to be bra vet lieutenant-oolonel, United States Army; nominated 

1390; withdrawn 1496. 

to be brevet colonel, United States Army; nominated 1496. 

Hunker, J. J., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Hunt, A. B., to be register of land office at San Francisco, Cal. ; nomi- 
nated 63; confirmed 189. 

Hunt, I. L., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States Army; 
nominated 2099; confirmed 2730. 

Hunt, J. E., to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1249. 

Hunt, O. E., to be first lieutenant. Eighteenth United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

Hunter, A. M., to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 
1251. 

Hunter, G.K., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 
l:^46. 

Hunter, J. A., to be postmaster at Odell, IlL; nominated 2788; con- 
firmed 2880. 

Hunter, L., to be second lieutenant. Seventh United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 373; confirmed 476. 

H 'inter, K„ to be postmaster at Depew, N. Y.; nominated 971; con- 
firmed 1214. 

Hunter, B. P., to be postmaster at Alexandria, La.; nominated 865; 
confirmed 542. 

Hunter, B. R., to be major and brigade surgeon. United States Vol- 
unteers; nominated 72; confirmea 300. 

Huntington, R. W., to be colonel in Marine Corps; nominated 82; 
confirmed 189. 

Huntley, V. F., to be ix)stmaster at Man ton, Mich.; nominated 606; 
confirmed 1496. 

Hurd, F. E., to be postmaster at New Lisbon, Wis.; nominated 2236; 
confirmed 2879. 

Hurlbutt, C. O., to be postmaster at Lebanon, N. H.; nominated 606; 
confirmed 804. 

Hurley, W. C, to be postmaster at Sulphur Springs, Tex.; nominated 
971; confirmed 1163. 

Huse, H. P., to be advanced five numbers in grade of lieutenant in 
Navy; nominated 31. 

Huskins, F. H., to be second lieutenant. Seventh United States Vol- 
unteer Infantry; nominated 373; confirmed 476. 

Hussey, C. L., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

Huston, J. F., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 
1246. 

Huston, B. B., to be additional paymaster. United States Volunteers; 
nominated 73; confirmed 809. 

Huston, B. H., to be brevet major. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 1391. 

Hutcheson, J. P., to be postmaster at Owenton, Ky.; nominated 970; 
confirmed 1496. 

Hutchins, H., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Hutchison, B. F., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
32; confirmed 190. 

to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 28?^; confirmed 2877. 

Hutton, F. S., to be first lieutenant, Fourth United States Infantry; 
nominated 605; confirmed 803. 

to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nominated 

1249. 

Hux table, J., to be postmaster at Wareham, Mass.; nominated 365; 
confirmed 542. 

Inch, B., to be advanced three numbers in grade of chief engineer in 
Navy; nominated 704. 

to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 2876. 

Ingate, C. L. A., to be captain, United States Marine Coriw; nomi- 
nated 2870; confirmed 2875. 

IngersoU, B. B., to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 
2876. 

Irons, J. A., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1246. 

Irvin, W. L.,to be second lieutenant, Eighth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 373; confirmed 477. 

Irwin, C. P., to be associatejustice of supreme court of Territory of 
Oklahoma; nominated 1687; confirmed 2144. 

Irwin, N. E., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

Irwin, W. M., to be lieutenant-commmander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Ives, E. B., to be lieutenant-colonel and signal officer. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 308. 

Ives, F. J., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Volunteers; 
nominated 1260. 

Ives, W. J., to be second lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 876: confirmed 479. 

Ivey, J. H., to be first lieutenant. Second United States Volunteer 
Cavalry; nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Jack, E. A., to be chief engineer in Bevenue-Cutter Service; nomi- 
nated 154; confirmed 218. 

Jackson, B. F., to be postmaster at Clyde, Ohio; nominated 2738; con- 
firmed 2880. 

Jackson, E., to be second lieutenant. Tenth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 374; confirmed 477. 

Jackson, H., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army; 
nominated 1245. 

Jackson, J. B., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 
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Jackson, M. L., to be xKwtmaster at Hammonton, N. J.; nominated 
2TSb; confirmed 2880. 

Jackson, O. P., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2878. 

Jackson, B. H., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Nayy; nominated 
31; confirmed 190. 

to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Jnokson. S. H., to be postmastei; at Claysvllle, Pa.; nominated 607; con- 
firmed 1304. 

Jackson, T. H., to be additional second lieutenant of engineers. United 
States Army; nominated 2009; confirmed 2739. 

Jackson, W. P., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1247, 12i8. 

Jacobs, J. W., to be lieutenant-colonel and chief quartermaster, 
United States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 341. 

Jadwin, &, to be lieutenant-colonel. Third United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 374; confirmed 477. 

Jamerson, Gr. H., to be first lieutenant. Seventh United States Infan- 
try; nominated 67; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

James, A. W., to be postmaster at Waukesha, Wis.; nominated 972; 
confirmed 1790. 

James, H. L., to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States Army; 
nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

James, J. F., to be first lieutenant. Seventh United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 1390; confirmed 1600. 

James, L. F., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2878; confirmed 2878. 

Janney, S. S., to be major. Seventh United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 541; confirmed 666. 

Jarrett, O. D., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States 
Army; nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Jasper, B. T., to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 
2876. 

Jauge, O., to be second lieutenant. First United States Volunteer En- 
gineers; nominated 375; confirmed 478. 

Jeardeau, B. O., to be general Inspector of furniture, Treasury De- 
partment; nominated 156: confirmed 656. 

Jeffers, D. B., to be second lieutenant. Tenth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 918; confirmed 1082. 

Jelks, T. L., tobe first lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 374; confirmed 478. 

Jenkins, L. L., to be postmaster at Qastonia, N. C; nominated 367; 
confirmed 579. 

Jenkins, M. J„ tobe major. First United States Volunteer Cavalry; 
nominated 370; confirmed 474. 

to be brevet major. United States Volunteers; nominated 1250. 

Jenks, I. C, to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
124H. 

Jennings, W. J., to be first lieutenant. Fifth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Jcrvoy, H., to be captain Corps of Engineers, United States Army; 
nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Jewell, C. T., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

Jewell, F. C, to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States Army; 
nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Jewell. L. B., to be postmaster at Ovid, N. Y.; nominated 971; con- 
firmed 1214. 

Johnsion, A., to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 
1248. 

Johnson, A. M., to be postmaster at Belton, Mo.; nominated 1688; con- 
firmed 1848. 

Johnson, F. O., to be brevet major, Unitod States Army; nominated 
1246. 

Johnson, P. W., to be register of land office at Marysville, Cal.; nomi 
nated364; confirmed 541. 

Johnson, G. E., to bo postmaster at North Tarrytown, N. Y.; nomi- 
nated 606; confirmed 1690. 

Johnson, J. B., to be V>8tmaster at Bancroft, Iowa; nominated 1688; 
confirmed 1892. 

Johnson, J. W., to be second lieutenant. Third United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 374; confirmed 478. 

Johnson, M. K., to be passed as-sistant surgeon in Navy; nominated 
1451; confirmed 1689. 

Johnson, B. W., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel, United States Volun- 
teers: nominated 1391. 

Johnson, W. B., to be postmaster at Fredericktown, Ohio; nominated 
368; confirmed 972. 

Johnson, W. H., tobe postmaster at Berlin, Wis.; nominated 370; con- 
firmed 1796. 

Johnston, B. P., to be first lieutenant, Cor-pa of Engineers, United 
States Army: nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Johnston, T. M., to be chief gunner in Navy; nominated 2873; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Johnston. W. H., to be captain. Thirteenth United States Infantry; 
nominated 605; confirmed 803. 

Jolley, J. M., to DO postmaster at Daytona, Fla.; nominated 187; con- 
firmed 1496. 

Jones, B. E., to be postmaster at Nunda, N. Y.; nominated 1688; con- 
firmed 1892. 

Jones, C. E., to be captain, Second United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Jones, C. H., to be chief sailmaker in Navy; nominated 2874; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Jones, E. A., to be Northern Pacific Bailroad land grant commis- 
sioner; nominated 704, 2303: confirmed 972, 2874. 

Jones, F. I., to be postmaster at Bloseburg, Pa.; nominated 368; con- 
firmed 1304. 

Jones, G. O., to be postmaster at Augusta, Wis.; nominated 63; con- 
firmed 333. 

Jones, H. R, to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 32; confirmed 190. 

Jones, H. W., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Jones, J. H., to be second lieutenant. Second United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Jones, Mina D., to be postmaster at Chester, Vt. ; nominated 370; con- 
firmed 542. 

Jones, N. C, to be first lieutenant. Fifth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Jones, T. W., to be colonel Tenth United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 373; confirmed 477. 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1247. 



Executive dominations and Confirmations— ContinTied. 

Jones, W. A., to be captain. Third United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 373; connrmea475. 

Jones, W. E., to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 
1247. 

Jordan, L., to be first lieutenant. Seventh United States Volunteer In- 
fantry: nominated 1390; confirmed 1600. 

Jordan, Maggie W., to be postmaster at WytheviUe, Va.; nominated 
370; confirmed 706. 

Jordan, W. H., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States 
Army; nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Joy, J. M., to be postmaster at Waverly, 111.; nominated 187; confirmed 

Judson, W. v., to be captain. Corps of Engineers, United States Army; 
nominated 08; confirmed 192. 

Justice, J., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States Army; 
nominated 2009; confirmed 2730. 

Kachline, A. P.. to be postmaster at Frenchtown, N. J.; nominated 
971; confirmed 1214. 

Eaemmerling, G., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; con- 
firmed 2877. 

Eaiter, L. A., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 1303; 
confirmed 1302. 

to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Kaiser, W., to be postmaster at Faribault, Minn.; nominated 168S; con- 
firmed 1802. 

Kandle, A. , to be postmaster at Elmer, N. J. ; nominated 606; confirmed 
932. 

Kane, T. P., to be caiitain, United States Marine Corps; nominated 
2870; confirmed 2875. 

Kane, W., to be captain. First United States Volunteer Cavalry; nomi- 
nated 370; confirmed 474. 

to be brevet captain. United States Volunteers; nominated 1250. 

Karns, F. D., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873: confirmed 2878. 

Kasson, L. S., to be second lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 969; confirmed 972. 

Kautz, A^ to be rear-admiral in Navy; nominated 441; confirmed 542. 

Kean, J. B., to be major and chief surgeon, United States Volunteers; 
nominated 1252; confirmed 1301. 

to be lieutenant-colonel and chief surgeon, United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 2144; confirmed 27l&. 

Kearny, G. H., to be lieutenant-coumiander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Keen, J. E., to be chief carpenter in Navy; nominated 2874; confirmed 
2879. 

Keene. H. C, tobe brevet captaiUjUnited States Army; nominated 1248. 

Kell, W. H., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1246. 

Keller, D. F., to be second lieutenant. Twenty-fourth United States 
Infantry: nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Kolley, E. E., to be second lieutenant. United States Volunteer Signal 
Corps: nominated 918; confirmed lOSZ. 

Kelley, J. D. J., to be conmiander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 
2876. 

Kelley, S. W., to be major and brigade surgeon. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 70; confirmed 190. 

Kellogg, C. A., to be collector of customs for district of Oswegatchie, 
N. Y.; nominated 18{J; confirmed 310. 

Kellogg, E. B.. to be colonel Sixth United States Infantry; nominated 
65: confirmed 192. 

to be brigadier-general, United States Volunteers; nominated 

70: confirmed 190. 

Kellogg, £. S., to be passed assistant engineer in Navy; nominated 
441; confirmed 542. 

to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2878; con- 
firmed 2878. 

Kelly, F. M., to be postmaster at Needles, C!al.; nominated 960; con- 
firmed 1690. 

Kelly, L. S., to be captain, Seventh United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Kelly, W., tobe second lieutenant of engineers, United States Army; 
nominated 2098; confirmed 2739. 

Kelsev, J. E., to be postmaster at Westhaven, Conn.; nominated 1795; 
confirmed 1893. 

Kolton, A. C, to be major. United States Marine Corps; nominated 
2870; confirmed 2875. 

Kelton, B.H.C, to bo second lieutenant of artillery. United States 
Army; nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Kemper, J. B., to be second lieutenant, Fourteenth United States In- 
fantry; nominated tO; confirmed 191. 

Kempff, L., to be rear-admiral in Navy; nominated 2870; confirmed 
2876. 

Kenan, O. T., to be captain. Seventh United States Volunteer Infan- 
try: nominated 918; confirmed 1082. 

Kendrick, F. M. H., to be brevet major. United States Army; nom- 
inated 1245. 

Kenly, W. L., to bo brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1248. 

Kennedy, C W., to be captain. Eighth United States Infantry; nom- 
inated 66; confirmed 192. 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1246. 

Kennedy, D., to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 
2876. 

Kennedy, J. L., to be member of Industrial Commission; nominated 
156; confirmed 189. 

Kennedy, James S., to be postmaster at Grove City, Pa.; nominated 
2576; confirmed 2S80. 

Kennedy, John S., to be i)ostmaster at Coming, N. Y.; nominated 188; 
confirmed 334. 

Kennington, A. E., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nominated 1249. 

Kennon, L. W. V., to be major and assistant adjutant-general. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 70; confirmed 191. 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1245. 

Kennv, J., to be postmaster at Bolivar, Tenn.; nominated 971; con- 
firmed 1163. 

Kent, H. S., to be postmaster at Chagrin Falls, Ohio; nominated 1688; 
confirmed 1892. 

Kent, J. F., to be brigadier-general, United States Army; nominated 
64: confirmed 195. 

to be major-general. United States Volunteers; nominated 70; 

confirmed 190. 

Kent, W. A., to be second lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 874; confirmed 478. 



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Korn, Cm to be first lieutenant, Second United States Yolnnteer En- 
gineers; nominated 1432; confirmed 1689. 
Eernachan, W. J., to be major and brigade surgeon, United States 

Volnnteors; nominated 72; confirmed 909. 
£eman, P. J., to be captain. Twenty-first United States Infantry; 

nominated 66; confirmed 192. 
Kerr, F. B., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States Army; 

nominated 2109; confirmed 2739. 
Kerr, J. R , to bo major, Tenth United States Cavalry; nominated 153; 
confirmed ;J09. 

to bo brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1210. 

Kerr, J. T., to be captain. Seventeenth United States Infantry; nom- 
inated 66: confirmed 193. 

to l)e brevet major. United States Army; nominated 12i6. 

Kerr, J. W., to bo assistant surgeon in Marine-Hospital Service; nom- 
inated 154: confirmed 218. 
Kerwin, A. R., to be brevet first lientenant, United States Army; 

nominated 1249. 
to be first lieutenant. Thirteenth United States Infantry^ nomi- 
nated 1390; confirmed 1689. 
Keyes, C. A., to be postmaster at Southington, Conn. ; nominated 2236; 

confirmed 2739. 
Keyes, C. D., to bo Indian agent at Fort Apache Agency in Arizona; 

nominated 62. 
Keys, M. , to bo first lieutenant. First United States Volunteer Cavalry ; 

nominated 371; confirmed 474. 
Kilboume, H. 8., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army; 

nominated 1245. 
Kilboume, L. F., to be first lieutenant, First United States Infantry; 

nominated 67; confirmed 193. 
Kilbreth, J. W., to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States 

Army; nominated 65: confirmed 194. 
Kilburn,D. W..to be first lieutenant. First United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominate<l 1391. 

Kilbnrn, W., to be lieutenant-commander in Kavy; nominated 2871; 

confirmed 2876. 
Killin, J. J'., to be chief boatswain in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 

2878. 
Kimball, A. 8., to be colonel and assistant quartermaster general. 

United States Army; nominated 68; confirmed 192. 
KimbaiL. £. U., to be chaplain. Second United States Volunteer En- 

{rlneers: nominated 374; confirmed 477. 
mball, L. H., to be postmaster at Neenah, Wis.; nominated 2738; 
confirmed 2880. 

Kimball, W. C, to be second lieutenant. First United States Volun- 
teer Engineers; nominated 375; confirmed 478. 

to be first lieutenant. First United States Volunteer Engineers; 

nominated 375; confirmed 478. 

Kimmel, E., to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States Army; 
nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

King, C, to bo second lieutenant. First United States Infantry; nom- 
inated 08; confirmed 191. 

King, C. A. E., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

King, D. M., to be first lieutenant. Ordnance Department, United 
States Army; nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

King, W. C„ to be postmaster at Hastings, Minn.; nominated 1088; 
confirmed 1892. 

Kingsbury, fi. P., to be brevet major. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1246. 

Kinkaid, T. W., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Kinney, C. C, to be second lieutenant. Thirteenth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Kinnison, H. L., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-fifth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 67; confirmed 193. 

to bo brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Kirkman, J. T., to bo major, Sixteenth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 65; confirmed 192. 

to be brevet major. United States Army: nominated 1245. 

Kirkpatrick, N. D., to do brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nominated 1249. 

Kirkpatrick, T. J., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1391. 

Kite, I. W., to be surgeon in Navy; nominated 62; confirmed 189. 

Kittelle, S. E. W., to bo lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nomi- 
nated 32; confirmed 190. 

to bo lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Kline, Q. W., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
• 2877. 

Kline, J. A., to be postmaster at White Sulphur Springs, Mont. ; nom- 
inated 366; confirmed 607. 

Knabenshue, F. G., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States 
Army; nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Knadler, M. F.,to be first lieutenant. Second United States Volunteer 
Cavalry; nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Knapp, O. J., to be postmaster at Howard City, Mich.; nominated 970; 
confirmed 1163. 

Kncedler, W. L., to be major and brigade surgeon. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 308. 

Knepper, C. M., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 31; confirmed 

Kniffcn, C. H., to be postmaster at Marlboro, N. Y.; nominated 1795; 

confirmed 1892. 
Knight, A. M., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2S71 ; 

confirmed 2876. 
Knight, H. K, to be second lieutenant of Infantry, United States 

Army; nominated 69; confirmed 191. 
Knox, Q. H., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States Army; 

nominated 69; confirmed 191. 
Knox, T. T.. to be major and inspector-general. United States Army; 
nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1251. 

Knudsen, F. L., to be first lieutenant, Eighth United States Infantry; 

nominated 67; confirmed 1&4. 
Kobb6, F. W., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-third United States In- 
fantry; nominated 66; confirmed 198. 
Koehler, E. F., to be first lieutenant. Fourteenth United States Infan- 
try; nominated 68; confirmed 194. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Koerper, E. A., to be lieutenant-colonel and deputy surgeon-general. 

United States Army; nominated 478; confirmed 666. 



Executive Nominations and Cronfirmations — Ck)ntinnecL 

Koester, F. J., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1248. 

Koester, O. W., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Kohlsaat, C. C, to be district judge for northern district of Illinois; 
nominated 223!); confirmed 2576. 

Koops, C, to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1.^47. 

Kramer, S. P., to be major and brirade surgeon. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 72; confirmed 309. 

Krause, A. L.^o be postmaster at Westpoint, Nebr.; nominated 803; 
confirmed 479. 

Krauthoff, C. R., to be first lieutenant, Fourteenth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 66; confirmed 193. 

to be captain and commissary of subaistonce. United States 

Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 308. 

Krayenbuhl, M. O., to bo captain and commissary of subsisteuce. 
United States Volunteers: nominated 71: confirmed :«)S. 

Kreps, J. F., to bo captain. Thirteenth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 605; confirmed 803. 

Kress, J. A., to bo lieutenant-colonel and chief ordnance officer. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 308. 

Kromor. L. B., to be second lieutenant of cavalry, United States Army; 
nominated 2099; confirmed 27;X). 

Kuenzli, H. C, to bo lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873: confirmed 2878. 

Kullmer, J., to be postmaster at Dysart, Iowa; nominated 188; con- 
firmed 376. 

Kutz, C. W., to be first lieutenant. Corps of Engineers, United States 
Army; nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Kvlo, M., to be surveyor-general of Nevada; nominated 63; confirmed 

Labit, J. T., to be postmaster at Abbeville, La.; nominated 970; con- 
firmed 1163. 

Lacey, F. E., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1391. 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1390. 

Ladue, W. B., to be first lieutenant. Corps of Engineers, United States 
Army; nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Lafforander, L., to be postmaster at Say ville, N. Y.; nominated 2576; 
confirmed 2879. 

LafPorty, H. A., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nominated 1249. 

Lafire, G. L., to be postmaster at Blackwell, Okla.; nominated 368; con- 
firmed 972. 

Laine, D. T., to be major and brigade surgeon. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 186; confirmed 309. 

Laird, C, to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; con- 
firmed 2877. 

Laird, J. A., to be first lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 375; confirmed 479. 

to be captain, Third United Statej Volunteer Engineers; nomi- 
nated 375; confirmed 479. 

Laird, M. E.. to bo captain. Third United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 541 ; confirmed 656. 

Lambert. J. J., to be receiver of public moneys at Pueblo, Colo.; nom- 
inated 441; confirmed 542. 

Lambeth, F. G., to be postmaster at Florence, Ala.; nominated 183; 
confirmed 334. 

Lanahan, C, to be second lieutenant. Second United States Volunteer 
Infantry* nominated 969; confirmed 1082. 

Landers, A. C, to be postmaster at Newport, B. L; nominated 154; 
confirmed 195. 

Landis, J. F. B., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1247. 

Landolt, W. H., to be postmaster at Wauwatosa, Wis. ; nominated 972; 
confirmed 1214. 

Landrum, C. B.. to be postmaster at Mount Vernon, Mo.; nominated 
360; confirmed 932. 

Lane, B. H., to bo captain. United States Marino Corps; nominated 
2870; confirmed 2875. 

Lane, B. W., to be United States consul at Smyrna, Turkey; nomi- 
nated 30; confirmed 156. 

Lang, C. J., to be lieutenant (junior grado) in Navy; nominated 2^73; 
confirmed 2878. 

Lang, M. W., to bo additional i>aymastcr, United States Volunteers; 
nominated 73; confirmed 809. 

Lang, W. B., to be postmaster at Manchester, Ohio; nominated 1GT3; 
confirmed 1892. 

Langdon, B. C, to be first lieutenant. Third United States Infantry; 
nominated 1252; confirmed 1392. 

Langhorne, CD., to be assistant surgeon in Navy; nominated 62; 
confirmed 189. 

Laugton, J. B. F., to be chief boatswain in Navy; nominated 2S73; 
confirmed 2878. 

Lankford, M. S., to be postmaster at Princess Anne, Md.; nominated 
970; confirmed 1304. 

Lanza, C. H., to be secxtnd lieutenant of artillery. United States Army; 
nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Lassiter, W., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1^. 

to be brevet major, United States Army: nominated 1245. 

Latimer, J. I., to be postmaster at New Bethlehem, Pa.; nominated 
3G.S; confirmed 2144. 

Latimer, J. L., to bo lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2d78. 

Latrobe,0., to be major. Fourth United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 73; confirmed 309. 

Lanbach, H. L., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-third United States In- 
fantry; nominated 07; confirmed 193. 

Laubenstein, J. E.. tobo postmaster at Minersville, Pa.; nominated 
',k\S; confirmed 2879. 

Lauchbeimer, C. H., to be captain. United States Marine CJorps; nom- 
inated 1496; confirmed 1689. 

to be assistant adjutant and inspector with rank of major. 

United States Marine Corps; nominated 2874; confirmed 2875. 

Lauder, J. A., to bo postmaster at Carterville, UL; nominated 187; 
confirmed 375. 

Lauriat, P. W., to be second lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 
Engineer^ nominated 375; confirmed 479. 

Lawrance, J. P. S., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 
i871; confirmed 2876. 

Lawrence, Q. E., to be captain and signal officer, United States Volua* 
teers; nominated 72; confirmed 906. 



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Laws, Am to be tirst lieutenant. Twenty-fourth United States Infan- 
try; nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Laws, G. W., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2878. 

Lawton, F. G., to be first lieutenant, Nineteenth United States Infan- 
try; nominated G7: confirmed 194. 

Lawton, F. H., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-first United States 
Infantry; nominated 67; confirmed 104. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Lawton, H, W., to be colonel and inspector-general. United States 
Army; nominated 68; confirmed 191. 

Lawton, J. £., to be first lieutenant. Second United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 1796; confirmed 1892. 

Lawton, L. B., to be first lieutenant. Ninth United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 198. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Lawton, M. S., to be postmaster at Lawton, Mich.; nominated 970; 
confirmed 1163w 

Lea, W. H. H., to be postmaster at Carnegie, Pa.; nominated 908; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Leach, W. R., to be postmaster at Aubom, Nebr.; nominated 971; 
confirmed 116a 

Leahy, D. J., to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Volunteers; 
nominated 1230. 

Leary, E. M., to bo brevet first lieutenant, United States Army: nom- 
inated 1249. 

Leavell, B. W., to be brevet major, United States Army: nominated 

j^hent, Belgium; nominated 

mel. United States Army; 

ond United States Infantry; 

Eih United States Volunteer 

mtry. United States Army; 

Jnited States Army; nomi- 

:eon. United States Volun- 

»nne for district of Florida; 

N. Y.; nominated 8S7; con- 

Cich.; nominated 2SB6; con- 

d assistant surgeon. Third 
inated 871; confirmed 475. 
9) in Navy; nominated 2878; 

ated 2878; confirmed 2878. 
d States Army; nominated 

9 Marine Corps; nominated 

Le Ma8urier,£. P., to be postmaster at Hallock, Minn.; nominated 

866; confirmed 479. 
Lemiy, S. C, to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 

confirmed 2876. 
Leonard, I. W., to be second lieutenant. Twenty-second United States 

Infantry; nominated 09; confirmed 191. 
Leonard, J. C„ to bo lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 

2877. 
Leonard, J. P., to be postmaster at Oroville, CaL; nominated 2235; 

confirmed 2789. 
Leonard, S. H., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 

2877. 
Leopold, H. Q., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2672; confirmed 

Leroy, W. B., to be postmaster at Cohoes, N. Y.; nominated 600; con- 
firmed 1690. 

Le Seure, O., to be major and brigade surgeon. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 70: confirmed i90. 

Letcher, M., to be first lieutenant, Fifth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 372; confirmed 470. 

Letters, F. G., to be postmaster at Putnam, Conn.; nominated 578; 
confirmed 709. 

Lewerenz, A. C, to be civH engineer in Navy; nominated 1939; con- 
firmed 22G6. 

Lewis, E. J., to be postmaster at Girard, Ohio; nominated 2788; con- 
firmed 2880. 

Lewis, E. M., to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 
1248. 

Lewis, E. O., to be postmaster at Falls City, Nebr.; nominated 971; 
confirmed 2236. 

Lewis, F. W., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-third United States In- 
fantry; nominated 1252: confirmed 1392. 

Lewis, H. B., to be second lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 73; confirmed 809. 

Lewis, J., to be surveyor-general of Louisiana; nominated 704; con- 
firmed 808. 

Lewis, J. E., to be postmaster at Winthrop, Ma; nominated 606; con- 
firmed 982. 

Lewis, J. G.,to be receiver of public moneys at Natchitoches, La.; 
nominated 704: confirmed 800. 

Lewis, L. D., to be second lieutenant. Sixth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 872; confirmed 476. 

L*Hommedieu. I., to be postmaster at Medina, N. Y.; nominated 1688; 
confirmed 18d2. 

Libbev, G. W., to be postmaster at Whitefield, N. H.; nominated 2874; 
confirmed 2879. 

Lieber, W. A., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States 
Army; nominated 09; confirmed 191. 

Lincoln. C. C, to bo postmaster at Marion, Va.; nominated 189; con- 
firmed 1350. 

Lincoln, C. S., to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; 
nominated 1249. 

Lincoln, G. S., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 2878. 

Lincoln, O. J., to be postmaster at Santa Cruz, Cal.; nominated 223o; 
confirmed 2789. 

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Lincoln, S. H., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army; 
nominated 1245. 

Lindsey, J. B., to be first lieutenant, Tenth United States Cavalry' 
nominated 2394; confirmed 2875. 

Lindsley, H., to be first lieutenant,6ixth United States Volunteer In- 
fantryj^nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Lingle, w. W., to be postmaster at Paoli, Ind.; nominated 168; con- 
firmed 875. 

Linsley, H. G., to be postmaster at Branford, Conn.; nominated 970; 
oonfirmed 1163. 

Lipop, J. J., to be second lieutenant. Fifth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 1432; confirmed 1689. 

Lipscomb, L. M., to be captain. Fourth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry: nominated 73; confirmed 309. 

Liscum, £. H., to be brigadier-general. United States Volunteers; nom- 
inated 70; confirmed 190. 

Lissok, O. M., to be major and chief ordnance officer. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 308. 

Little, W. N., to be lieutenant-comimander in Navy; nominated 2872; 
confirmed 2877. 

Littlefield, W. L., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 
2878. 

Livermore, R. L., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nomi- 
natedl248. 

Livermore, W.B., to be lieutenant-colonel. Corps of Engineers, United 
States Army; nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Livingston, J. G., to be captain. First United States Volunteer En- 



gineers; nominated 186; confirmed 809. 
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Llewellyn, W. H. H., to be brevet major. United States Volunteers; 
nominated 1260. 

Lloyd, C.B., to be second lieutenent of artillery. United States Army; 
nominated 65; oonfirmed 194. 

Lloyd, E., to be captain. Fifteenth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nateid 66; confirmed 209. 

Lockard, F. M., to be postmaster at Norton, Kans.; nominated 579; 
confirmed 704. 

Locke, O. T., to be postmaster at Tiffin, Ohio; nominated 2738; con- 
firmed 2880. 

Lockhart, J. W., to be postmaster at Durant, Miss.; nominated 866; 
confirmed 542. 

Lockwood, B. C, to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1246. 

Lockwood, J. A., to be captain. Fourth United States Cavalry; nomi- 
nated 154; confirmed 809. 

Logan, G. H. J^ be additional paymaster. United States Volunteers; 
nominated 72; confirmed 800. 

Lomn, G. W.,to be lieutsoant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 

Logan, J. A., to be captain and commissary of snbsistenoe, United 

States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 807. 
to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Volunteers; nom- 
inated 1250. 
Logan, J. H., to be postmaster at Ponca, Nebr.; nominated 886; con- 
firmed 479. 
LMree, W. W., to be jKistmaBter at Pasooag, R. I.; nominated 869; con- 

Lohn, J., to be postmaster at Fosston, Minn.; nominated 006; con- 
firmed QM. 

Long, A. T., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Loxig, C. G., to bej^iptain, United States Marine Corps; nominated 
28TO; confirmed 2875. 

Long, J. A., to be chief sailmaker in Navy; nominated 2874; confirmed 
2879. 

Long, J. D., to be second lieutenant of cavalry, United States Army; 
nominated 2099; confirmed 2789. 

Lonj^ocker, E., to be captain in Navy; nominated 2871; oonfirmed 



Longnecker, J. M., to be additionalpaymaster. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 70: confirmed 190. 

Longstreet, J., to be first lieutenant. Ninth United States Volunteer 
Iniantry; nominated 878; confirmed 477. 

Loomis, O. H., to be postmaster at Sparta, Mich.; nominated 365; con- 
•med 1652. 



Lothrop, "W. C, to be second lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 

Infantry; nominated 874; confirmed 478. 
Louden, J. C, to be postmaster at Lebanon, HI.; nominated 187; con- 



Loughborough. B. H. B., to be brevet major. United States Army; 
nominated 1246. 

Love, J. M., to be second lieutenant, -Twenty-first United States In- 
fantry: nominated 09; confirmed 191. 

Loveland.W. M., to be captain and commissary of subsistence, United 
States Volunteers; nominated 71 ; confirmed 3f)7. 

Levering, L. A., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1246. 

Lovrien, G. H., to be postmaster at Humboldt, Iowa: nominated 579; 
confirmed 704. 

Low, J. , to bo collector of customs for district of Niagara, N. Y. ; nomi- 
nated 918; confirmed 1303. 

Low, T. H., to be captain, United States Marine Corps; nominated 2870; 
confirmed 2875. 

Low, W. F„ to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 31; con- 
firmed 189. 

Lowe, J., to be captain in Navy; nominated 2370; confirmed 2876. 

Lowndes, E. R., to be captain, United States Marine Corps; nominated 
2870; confirmed 2875. 

Lucas, C. M.. to be postmaster at Chestertown, Md., nominated 970; 
confirmed 1304. 

Lucas, L.C., to be brevet captain. United States Marine Corps; nomi- 
nated 32; confirmed 189. 

to be cap tain, United States Marine Corps; nominated 2870; con- 
firmed :iX7o. 

Lucas. W. H., to be collector of customs for district of St. Johns, Fla.; 
nominated 155; confirmed 375. 

Luckenbach, E. F., to be postmaster at Mauch Chunk, Pa.; nomi- 
nated 1(389. 

Ludlow, W., to be major-general. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 70; confirmed 190. 

Luna, M., to be brevet major, United States Volunteers; nominated 
125a 

Lusk, J. L., to be major. Corps of Engineers, United States Army; 
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Latz, J. W., to be United States consal at Arica, Chile; nominated 90; 

confirmed 180. 
Latz, W. J., to be first lieutenant, Second United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1347. 

Lynch. J. A., to be first lieatenant. Fifteenth United States Infantry; 

nominated 67; confirmed 194. 
Lynch, P., to be chief gunner in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 

2879. 
Lyon, F., to be ensien in Navy: nominated 2873; confirmed 2878. 
Lvon, H. G., to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 

Lyon,' Le B. S., tobe first lieutenant. Second United States Artillery 

nominated 64; confirmed 196. 
Lyon, S. P., to be first lieutenant. Sixteenth United States Infantry 
nominated 154; confirmed 309. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Mabson, A. Avto be major^ TjSP^^ United States Volunteer Infantry 

; nominated 971; con 

[ne-Hospital Service 

Tnited States Volun 

I States Volunteers; 

atdd2872; confirmed 

States Army; noml- 

Jnited States Volun- 

3s Volunteers; nomi- 

Ited States Infantry; 

nominated 1248. 
nominated 370; con- 

» Army; nominated 

I Volunteer Infantry; 

th United States In- 

Jnlted States Volun- 

177. 

1 Volunteer Infantry: 

esArmy; nominated 
States Volunteer In- 
Volunteer Infantry; 
3d 81, 2870; confirmed 

McCamant, J. Q., to be postmaster at Tyrone, Pa.; nominated 368; 

confirmed 1214. 
McCarthy, J. J., to be surveyor of customs in district of Boston and 

Cbarlestown, Mass. : nominated 2393; confirmed 2738. 
McCarthy, S., to be chief boatswain in Navy; nominated 2873; con- 
firmed 2878. 
McCaskey, E. W., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1247. 
McCaskey, G., to be second lieutenant. Twenty-fifth United States 

Infantry; nominated 70; confirmed 191. 
McCaskey, W. S., to bo lieutenant-colonel. Second United States In- 
fantry; nominated 66; confirmed 192. 
to be brevet lieutenxmt colonel. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1246. 
McCaull, P. H., to be captain and commissary of subsistence, United 

States Volunteers; nominated 71 : confirmed 307. 
McCawley, C. L., to be major and assistant quartermaster. United 

States Marine Corps: nominated 2870; confirmed 2875. 
McCleave, B., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 

nominated 1251. 
McClellan, J., to be major and chief ordnance oflicer. United States 

Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 308. 
McClornand, E. J., to be brevet colonel, United States Volunteers; 

nominated 1250. 
McClintock, J. H., to be brevet major. United States Volunteers; 

nominated 1251. 
McClure, A. N., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States 

Army: nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 
McCoach, D., tobe second lieutenant of artillery, United States Army; 

nominated 66; confirmed 194. 
McCone, A., to be chief boatswain in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 

2878. 
MacConnell, C. J., to be advanced two numbers in grade of chief 

engineer in Navy; nominated 31. 
McCook, P. H., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States 

Army; nominated 60; confirmed 191. 
McCool, H. C, to be second lieutenant, Third United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 372; confirmed 475. 

to be first lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer Infantry; 

nominated 371; confirmed 475. 
McCormick, B. B., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 

2873; confirmed 2878. 
McCormick, C. M., to be lieutenant in Navy ; nominated 2872; confirmed 

2877. 
McCormick, L. S., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 

1251. 
to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army; nominated 

McCornack, H. F., to be postmaster at Eugene, Oreg.; nominated 368; 
confirmed 656. 

McCown, P.. to be second lieutenant, Seventh United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 474: confirmed 655. 

McCoy, P. B.. to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nom- 
inated 1249, 1251; withdrawn 2874. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 2874. 



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McCracken, E. W., to be postmaster at Scranton, Iowa; nominated 
1796; confirmed 1892. 

McCrackin, A., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 32; 
confirmed 190. 

McCrea, H., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

McCreery, G., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army; 
nominated 1245. 

McCue, W. K., to be second lieutenant. First United States Infantry; 
nominated 68; confirmed 191. 

McCuUough, F. E.; to be assistant surgeon in Navy; nominated 62; 
confirmed 189. 

McCuUy, F. H., to be postmaster at Osceola Mills, Pa.; nominated 869; 
confirmed 2879. 

McCully, N. A., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

McDonald, C. to be postmaster at Astoria, Oreg.; nominated 368; 
confirmed 656. 

McDonald, G.E., to be postmaster at Minerva, Ohio; nominated 1638; 
confirmed 1892. 

Macdonald, G. H., tobe major and chief ordnance ofl3cer. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 306. 

McDonald, J. B., to be captain. Third United States Cavalry; nomi- 
nated 64; confirmed 195. 

McDonald, J. D., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 81; confirmed 
190. 

McDonough, M. J., to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States 
Army; nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

McDougall, C. A., to be postmaster at Friend, Nebr.; nominated 971; 
confirmed 1163. 

McDougall, W. D., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nomi- 
nated 32; confirmed 190. 

to ne lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

McDuff, G. W., to be special examiner of drugs, medicines, and chem- 
icals in district of New Orleans, La.; nominated 1610; confirmed 
1689. 

McElroy, G. W., to be chief engineer In Navy; nominated 81. 

to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated ^72; confirmed 2877. 

Macfarland. H. G., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2878. 

McFarland, M., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1391. 

McFarland, S. C, tobe United States consul at Nottingham, England; 
nominated 441; confirmed 474. 

McFarland, W. C, to be brevet major. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1245. 

McFarland, W. M., to be chief engineer in Navy; nominated 441; con- 
firmed 512. 

to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Macfarlane. T. P., to be postmaster at Kingston, Pa.; nominated 860; 
withdrawn 1689. 

McGaffin, G. W., to be first lieutenant. Tenth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 373; confirmed 477. 

McGillivray, A. C, to be register of land office at Bismarck, N. Dak.; 
nominated 2398; confirmed 2576. 

McGlnley, J.,to be postmaster at New London, Conn.; nominated 187; 
confirmed 334. 

McGinness, J. B., to be lieutenant-colonel, Ordnance Department, 
United States Army; nominated 68; confirmed 19i. 

McGonigal, B. M., to be postmaster at Colby, Kans.; nominated 970; 
confirmed 1163. 

McGourin, T. F.,to bo United States marshal for northern district of 
Florida; nominated 154: confirmed 541. 

McGowan, J., to be captain in Navy; nominated 2871: confirmed 2876. 

McGrann, W. H., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2878. 

McGregor, T., to be colonel Ninth United States Cavalry; nominated 
64; confirmed 195. 

Mc(>rew, M. L., to be first lieutenant. Sixth United States Infantry; 
nominated 60t>; confirmed 803. 

McGuinness, J. P., to bo lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; con- 
firmed 2877. 

McHarg, J. W., to be captain and assistant Quartermaster, United 
States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 307. 

Mcllhenny, J. A., to be second lieutenant. First United States Volun- 
teer Cavalry; nominated 371; confirmed 474. 

Mclntiro, E. Gr., to be postmaster at Mondota, 111.; nominated 2738; con- 
firmed 2880. 

Mcintosh, J. H., to be postmaster at Canton, N. Y.; nominated 2576; 
confirmed 2879. 

Mclver, G. W., to be captain. Seventh United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 66; confirmed 102. 

to l>e brevet major, United States Army; nominated 1246. 

McKean, J. S., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

McKee, G. H., to be postmaster at Darlington, S. C; nominated 300; 
confirmed 542. 

McKelvy, W. N., to be captain. United States Marine Corps; nomi- 
nated 2870; confirmed 28 < 5. 

McKenna, F. B., to be first lieutenant, Fifteenth United States Infan- 
try; nominated 07: confirmed 193. 

to be captain and assistant adjutant-general, United States Vol- 
unteers; nominated 70; confirmed 191. 

McKenna, P. J.,tolx) flrst nontenant and assistant surgeon, Second 
United States Volunteer Engineers; nominated 374; confirmed 477. 

McEenzie, S. J., to bo postmaster at Adrian, Minn. ; nominated 63; con- 
firmed 479. 

McKethan. A. A., to bo lisuteaant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2878. 

McKim, W. M., to bo iiostmaster at Oil City, Pa.; nonainated 369. 

Mackinder.F. B., to Ix) postmaster at St. Helena, Cal.; nominated 578; 
confirmed 701. 

McKinley, F. E.,to bo rec-iiver of public moneys at Guthrie, Okla.; 
nominated 03; withdrawn ;$«; nominated 333; confirmed 375. 

McKinley, J. F., to i>Q second lieutenant of cavalry, United States 
Army; nominated 14^12; confirmed 1432. 

McKinney. C. A., to bo postmaster at Capo Charles, Va.; nominated 
370: confirmed 705. 

McKinnou, A. R., to be postmaster at Shelby, Mich.; nominated 1795; 
confirmed 1892. 

McKlnstry, C. H., to be captain. Corps of Engineers, United Statei 
Army; nominated 68; confirmed 192. 



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MoKittrick, W. H., to be brevet major. United States Volunteers; 
nominated 1260. 

Macklin, E. A., to be second lieutenant. Eleventh United States In- 
fantry; nominated 68; confirmed 191. 

McLane, Q. A., to be postmaster at Lewisburg, Tenn.; nominated 360; 
confirmed 1496. 

McLaughlin, G. A., to be postmaster at Jamestown, Ohio; nominated 
68: confirmed 883. 

McLaughlin, James, to be an Indian inspector; nominated 1687; con- 
firmed 184a 

McLaughlin, John, to be chief boatswain in Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 287& 

McLaughlin, W. H., to be lieutenant-colonel. Sixteenth United States 
Infantry; nominated 66; confirmed 192. 

Maclay, A. B., to be second lieutenant. Fifth United States Infantry; 
nominated 66; confirmed 194. 

McLean, T. O., to be conmiander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 
2876. 

McLemOTe. A. S., to be captain. United States Marine Corps; nomi- 
nated 2870; confirmed 2876. 

McLemore, M. C, to be United States attorney for eastern district of 
Texas; nominated 1214; confirmed 1803. 

McManiB, C. J., to be postmaster at Princeton, HI; nominated 2738; 
confirmed 2880. 

McManis, W., to be postmaster at Baird, Tex.; nominated 607; con- 
flrmedl496w 

McMaster, Q. H., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-fourth United States 
Infantry; nominated 67; confirmed 193. 

McMeekin,W.,to be postmaster at Oalva, 111.; nominated 1688; con- 
firmed 1980. 

McMillan, J. H., to be brevet major. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 1250. 

McMillan, M. M., to be captain and assistant ouartermaster, United 
States volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 807. 

McMorris, B. K., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 
2878. 

Macnab, A. J., to be second lieutenant, Twenty-third United States 
Infantry: nominated 60; confirmed 191. 

McNally, B. £., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States 
Army; nominated 2U99; confirmed 2780. 

McNamee, L., tobe lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

McNamee, M. M., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1248. 

McNeil, F. J., to be postmaster at Dansville, N. Y.; nominated 367; 
confirmed 666. 

McNeil, M. D., to be postmaster at Oxford, N. Y.; nominated 63; con- 
firmed 218. 

McNlchols, C. S., to be Indian agent at Colorado Biver Agency, Ari- 
zona; nominated 62. 

McNulta, D., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States Army; 
nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Macpherson, A. W., to be postmaster at Wadsworth, Nev.; nominated 
971: confirmed 1214. 

McPnerson, J. B., to be United States judge for eastern district of 
Pennsylvania; nominated 2576; confirmed 2738. 

McQuiston, C, to be captain, Tenth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 606; confirmed 803. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1248. 

McBae, J. H., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1248. 

McBoberts, M. L., to be postmaster at Tompkinsville, N. Y.; nomi- 
nated 606; confirmed 1600. 

Macumber, J. L., to be major and brigade surgeon, United States 
Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 906. 

McVaVi C. B., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 287S; 
confirmed 2878. 

Madden, J. F., to be first lieutenant, Fifth United States Infantry; 
nominated 66; confirmed 193. 

Mager, P. T., to be chief carpenter in Navy; nominated 2874; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Maglll, L. J., to be brevet first lieutenant and brevet captain. United 
States Marine Corps: nominated 82; confirmed 1^. 

— to be captain. United States Marine Corps; nominated 2870; con- 
firmed 2876. 

Magruder. C. B., to be chief gunner in Navy; nominated 2873; con- 
firmed 2878. 

Magruder, L. S., to be first lieutenant. Second United States Volun- 
teer Cavalrjr: nominated 871; confirmed 475. 

Magruder, T. P., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
32; confirmed 190. 

to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Mahan, D. H., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 31; 
confirmed 189. 

Mahoney, J. K, to be captain. United States Marine Corps; nominated 
2870; confirmed 2875. 

Mahoney, Julia, to be postmaster at Winslow, Ariz.; nominated 186; 
confirmed 834. 

Major, D. K.. to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States 
Army; nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Malin^ W. G., to be Indian agent at the Sac and Fox Agency in Iowa; 
nominated 80; confirmed 31C. 

Mallison, G., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

Mallory, C. K., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 2878. 

Malone, P. B.. to be first lieutenant. Thirteenth Uidted States In- 
fantry; nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

Maloney, F., to be captain, Sixth United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 474; confirmed 655. 

Mangum, J. B., to be first lieutenant. Second United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Manly, C. J., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United 
States Army; nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

Manning, G. E., to bo brevet captain. United States Volunteers; nom- 
inatedl251. 

Maiming, W., to be chief boatswain in Navy; nominated 2873; con- 
firmed 2878. 

Mansfield, N., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 2878. 

Mansfield, S. M., to be colonel. Corps of Engineers, United States 
Army; nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

to be member of C^ifornia Debris Commission; nominated 63; 

confirmed 217. 

Marble, F., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 



Executive Kominationa and Confirmations — ContinnecL 

March, E. J., to be postmaster at Hillsdale, Mich. ; nominated 1891; 
confirmed 2100. 

Marchant, C. H., to be collector of customs for district of Edgartown, 
Mass.; nominated 2737; confirmed 2874. 

Marden, G. A., to be United States assistant treasurer at Boston, 
Mass.; nominated 1432; confirmed 1610. 

Marix, A., tobe commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 2876. 

Markham, B. F., to be chief carpenter in Navy; nominated 2874; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Markham, E. M., to be additional second lieutenant of engineers, 
United States Army; nominated 2009; confirmed 2780. 

Markley, A. C, to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army; 
nominated 1246. 

Markley, E. B., to be captain. Ninth United States Volunteer Infan- 
try; nominated 873; confirmed 477. 

Marks, E., to be postmaster at Menomonle, Wis.; nominated 63; con- 
firmed 883w 

Marquart, P. E., to be first lieutenant. Second United States Infantry; 
nominated 66; confirmed 198. 

Marriott, T., to be second lieutenant. Second United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 871; confirmed 476. 

to be first lieutenant. Second United States Volunteer bifantry ; 

nominated 474; oonnrmed 666. 

Marrow, C. E., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United 
States Army; nominated 164; confirmed 309. 

Marsh, C. B., to be additional paymaster, United States Volunteers; 
nominated 72; confirmed 800. 

Marsh, F., to be captain. Sixth United States Artillery; nominated 
473; confirmed 666w 

Marshall, A. W., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873: confirmed 2878. 

Marshall, E. F., to be postmaster at Bed Lake Falls, Minn. ; nominated 
606; confirmed 804. 

Marshall, F. H., to be postmaster at Eilboum, Wis.; nominated 1796; 
confirmed 1892. 

Marshall, J. F., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873: confirmed 2878. 

Marshall, W. A., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 
2871; confirmed 2876. 

Marston, L., to be second lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 874; confirmed 478. 

Martin, A. H., to be first lieutenant, First United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 209. 

to be brevet captain. United States Anxiy; nominated 1801. 

Martin, A. B., to be postmaster at Chico];>eo Falls, Mass.; nominated 
970; confirmed 1262. 

Martin, C. A., to be second lieutenant. Twenty-first United States 
Infantry: nominated 60; confirmed 191. 

Martin, C. H., to be captain and assistant quartermaster. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 807. 

tobe captain, United States Volunteer Signal Corps; nominated 

664; confirmed 808. 

Martin, E. H., to be second lieutenant. Fifth United States Artillery; 
nominated 70; confirmed 195. 

Martin, F. H., to be first lieutenant. Second United States Volunteer 
Engineers: nominated 374; confirmed 4r7. 

Martin, G. C., to be second lieutenant, Twenty-first Infantry; nomi- 
nated 68; confirmed 191. 

Martin, H. M., to be postmaster at ShelbyviUe, 111.; nominated 187; 
confirmed 375. 

Martin, I., to be postmaster at Westgrove, Pa.; nominated 2S86; con- 
firmed 2789. 

Martin, J. E., to be postmaster at Bluefield, W. Va.; nominated 189; 
confirmed 834. 

Martin, J. K., to be postmaster at Bich Hill, Mo.; nominated 866; con- 
firmed 978. 

Martin, L. L., to be chief cari>enter in Navy; nominated 2873; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Martin, N. T., to be postmaster at Mineral Point, Wis.; nominated 
1689; confirmed 1848. 

Martindale, E. B., to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States 
Army; nominated 66; confirmed 194. 

Marvel, G. B., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 82; 
confirmed 190. 

Mar veil, G. B., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Mason, C. W., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1246. 

Mason, F. H., to be United States consul-general at Berlhi, Germany; 
nominated 80; confirmed 166. 

Mason, J. W., to be major and chief quartermaster, United States 
Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 808. 

Mason. N. E., to be advanced five numbers in grade of lieutenant- 
commander in Navy; nominated 81. 

Mason, W. W., to be postmaster at Plymouth, N. H.; nominated 1795; 
confirmed 2739. 

Masters, W. H. H., to be postmaster at Sdo, Ohio; nominated 606; 
confirmed 804. 

Matfaeny, C. N., to be postmaster at St. Marys, W. Va.; nominated 
1689; confirmed 2100. 

Mathews, C. H., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Mathews. J. E., to be second lieutenant. Tenth United States Volun- 
teer Infantry: nominated 874; confirmed 477. 

Mathewson, C. P., to be Indian agent at Omaha and Winnebago Agency 
in Nebraska; nominated 441; confirmed 655. 

Matthews, W. S. H., to be major and brigade surgeon, United States 
Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 3U9. 

Mauren.F. J., tobe postmasterat Portland, Mich.; nominated 606; con- 
firmed 1490. 

Maxfield, J. E., to be captain. Signal Corps, United States Army; nom- 
inated 68; confirmed 192. 

to be lieutenant-colonel and signal officer, United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 72; confirmed 308. 

to be brevet lieutenant-colonel, United States Volunteers; nom- 
inated 1391. 

Mayers, S. K., to be first lieutenant. Fifth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 474; confirmed 656. 

Maynard, C. H., to be postmaster at Sheboygan, Wis.; nominated 1796; 
confirmed 1892. 

Mayo, H. D., to be postmaster at Littleton, N. C; nominated 606. 

Mead, C. E., to be second lieutenant, Second United States Volunteer 
Cav^ry: nominated 871; confirmed 475. 

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Meade. F. K.« to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army ; nomi- 
nated 1249. 

Meade, B. L., to be lientenant-colonel, CJnited States TWa^**"** Corps; 
nominat^^d 62; confirmed 100. 

to be colonel. United States Marine CoriM; nominated 2370; 

confirmed 2875. 

Means, W. B., to be postmaster at Boone, Iowa; nominated 63; con- 
firmed 196. 

Meams, £. A., to be major and chief snrgeon, United States Yolan- 
teers; nominated 474; confirmed 656. 

Meams. B. W., to be first lientonant. Twentieth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 67; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Meek, E. B., to be United States judge for northern district of Texas; 
nominated 154; confirmed 1891. 

Meiehan. C, to bo postmaster at Ogden, Utah; nominated 1680. 

Moiklejohn, J. W., to be postmaster at Wanpun, Wis.; nominated 972; 
confirmed 1214. 

Melville, G. W., to be captain in Nayy; nominated 2870; confirmed 
2876. 

Mendoza, B. G., to be captain and assistant adjutant-general, United 
States Volunteers; nominated 70; confirmed 190. 

Montz, G. W.. to bo lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Mercer, C, to be major and chief commissary of subsistence. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 474; confirmed 665. 

Mercer, W. A., to be captain, Seventh United States Cavalry; nomi- 
nated 64: confirmed 104. 

Meiillat, A. C, to be brevet captain, United States Army: nominated 
1348. 

Merriom, G. A., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; hominated 
3871; confirmed 2876. 

Morriam, H. M., to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States 
Army; nominated C5; confirmed 194. 

Merriam, J. U., to be passed assistant paymaster in Navy: nominated 
62; confirmed 189. 

Merriam, W. B., to be Director of the Census; nominated 2874; con- 
firmed 2S79. 

Merrill, D. T., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States 
Armjr: nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Merry, w . T. , t o be second lieutenant of infantry, United States Army ; 
nominated 3099; confirmed 2780. 

Mertz, A., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Messenger, F. C, to be chief gunner in Navy; nominated 2873; con- 
firme<S2879. 

Metoalf, J. S., to be postmaster at Lakota, N. Dak.; nominated 1688; 
confirmed 1848. 

Metcalf, N. W., to be postmaster at Austin, Pa.; nominated 389; con- 
firmed 1804. 

Metcalfe, F. T., to bo major and brigade surgeon, United States Vol- 
unteers; nominated 70; confirmed 190. 

Meyer, O. B., to be brevet captain,United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Meyer, B. E., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States Army ; 
nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Meyler, J. J., to be captain, Corps of Engineers, United States Army; 
nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Michael, C. E., to he postmaster at Nazareth, Pa.; nominated 1689; 
confirmed 2879. 

Michael, J. S., to be captain and assistant quartermaster. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 308. 

Michie, D. M., to be brevet cai>tain, United States Army; nominated 
1248. 

Michie, B. E. L., to be major and assistant adjutant-general. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 70; confirmed 191. 

Mickley, J. P., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2870. 

Middlebrook, H. L., to be second lieutenant, Third United States 
Volunteer Infontry; nominated 872; confirmed 475. 

Miles, E., to be brigadier-general. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 70; confirmed 190. 

Miles, P. L., to bo first lieutenant. First United States Inftotry : nomi- 
nated 605; confirmed 803. 

Miley, J.D.,to be major and assistant adjutant-general. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 70; confirmed 190. 

to be lieutenant-colonel and inspector-general, United States 

Volunteers; nominated 70; confirmed 191. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1347. 

Miller, A. M., to be lieutenant-colonel. Corps of Engineers, United 
States Army; nominated 08; confirmed 192. 

to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; nominated 

1251. 

•~— to be brevet cantain. United States Army; nominated 12id. 

avy; nonunated 2873; confirmed 

ant. United States Army; nomi- 

; adjutant-general. United States 

3da06. 

f infantry. United States Army; 

lant. United States Army; nomi- 
Cighth United States Infantry; 
ddad, Colo.; nominated 578; con- 
aivUle, Ey. ; nominated 970; con- 
it-colonel. United States Army; 
ilem, N. J.; nominated 366; con- 
bester, HL; nominated 187; con- 
ivy; nominated JS872; confirmed 
, United States Army; nomina- 
>rth Clarendon, Pa.; nominated 
•emen,Ind.; nominated 970; con- 



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Miller, W. G., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 

2877. 
Miller, W. H., to be major and chief quartermaster, United States 

Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 807. 
Miller, W. J., to be postmaster at Hallotsville, Tex.; nominated 189; 

confirmed 056. 
Miller, W. M., to be postmaster at Dresden, Ohio; nominated 868; con- 
firmed 973. 
Miilhoff, C. B., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon, United 

States Army, nominated 1890; confirmed 1689. 
MiUican, W. F., to be postmaster at Btx^kwood, Tenn.; nominated 1G89; 

confirmed 1892. 
MiUigan, B. W.. to be advanced three numbers in grade of chief engi- 
neer in Navy; nominated 81. 

to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871: confirmed 8870. 

MfUlken, W. P., to be collector of customs for district of Portland and 

Falmouth, Me.; nominated 1S91; confirmed 2144. 
Mills, A. L., to be captain. Sixth United States Cavalry; nominated 
15i; confirmed 309. 

to be brevet major. United States Volunteers; nominated 13.10. 

to be brevet Uoutenant-colonel, United States Volunteers; 

nominated 1350. _ _ 

bed States Army; 

[dot of Columbia; 

il. United States 

nominated 2871; 

; nominated 1688; 

states Voltmteer 

States Infantry; 

oinated 1345. 

[ 3873; confirmed 

Minkens, C. E., to be second lieutenant. Eighth United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 873; confirmed 477. 

Minster, E. W., to be postmaster at Bristol, Pa.; nominated 2674; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Minter, C. E., to be chief sailmaker in Navy; nominated 2874; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Minus, J. C, to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States Army; 
nominated 2099: confirmed 2739. 

Mitchell, A., to be first lieutenant. Sixth United States Infantry; 
nominated 605; confirmed 803. 

Mitchell, C. L., to be postmaster at Jamestown, N. Dak.; nominated 
867: confirmed 479. 

Mitchell, G. G., to be Ueutonant in Navy; nominated 2873; ocmflrmed 
2877. 

r, N. T.; nominated 188; 

[Jnitod States Volunteer 

artillery, United States 

infantry. United States 

re, N. J.; nominated 606; 

ipa,Fla.^ nominated 187; 

States Vdltmteer Signal 

Jnited States Volunteer 

iistrict of New Haven, 

ed 2872; confirmed 2877. 
ig. Pa.; nominated 1795; 

lo) in Navy; nominated 

renue for second district 

Jnited States Volunteer 

:i, Ohio; nominated 3738; 

e. Conn.; nominated 187; 

kud signal officer. United 

d308. 

it Montgomery, W. Va.; 

„ ^ [Jnited States Volunteer 

Signal Coii>s: nominated 918; confirmed 1082. 

Montgomery, W. S., to be lieutenant (jtmior grade) In Navy; nomi- 
nated 2873; confirmed 3878. 

Montgomery, W. W., to bo postmaster at Belief onte. Pa.; nominated 
2393; confirmed 2894. 

Montross, D. G., to be postmaster at Pcekskill,N. Y.; nominated C06; 
confirmed 2144. 

Moody;, D. H., to be collector of customs for district of Wisoasset, Me.; 
nominated 155; confirmed 310. 

Moody, B. C, to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 3878. 

Moon, H. B., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1240. 

Moore, C. T. B., to bo lieutenant-conmiander in Navy; nominated 3871; 
confirmed 38*6. 

Moore, E. F., to be postmaster at Lisbon, Ohio; nominated 838; con- 
firmed 972. 

Moore, E. E., to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; eonfirmod 
2876. 

Moore, J., to first lieutenant. Eighth United States Vcilunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 373; confirmed 478. 

Moore, J. C, to be second lieutenant. Second United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 371: confirmed 475. 

Moore, J. T., to be first lieutenant. Third United States Infantry; 
nonrinated 67; confirmed 198. 

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Hoore, M. B., to be retdster of land office at Tncson, Aris.; xumdnated 
63; confirmed fi05. 

Moore, & M., to be postmaster at Cambridge, Md.; nominated 1688; 
confirmed 8100. 

Moore, T. B., to be United States codsoI at W^mar, Germany; nomi- 
nated 3^ confirmed 442. 

McM3re,T. w., tobe captidrnTwenty-flrstUnitedStatesInfantry; nomi- 
nated 2394; confirmed 2875. 

Moore, W. 8., to be lieatenantKKunmander in KaTj; nominated 2S71; 
confirmed 2876. 

Moose, J. K., to be postmaster at Lenoir, N. C; nominated 106; con- 
firmed 804. 

Mmnm, C B., to be liemtenant in Kayy; noaotdnated 2878; confirmed 

Morgiai, a H^ to be first lientenant. United States Yolonteer Infan- 
try; nominated 1390; confirmed 109a 
Morjom, O. H., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 

strict of Oregon; 

states Y<^nnteer 

i nominated 579; 

aimission; nomi- 

L T.; nominated 

; confirmed 2877. 
Binated607; con- 

nominated 2871; 

fctes embassy at 

Bd States Yolun- 

xmfirmed 2878. 
; nominated 579; 

tesAmiy; nom- 

B Infantry; nom- 

Datedl240. 
rmy; nominated 

States Infantry; 

iteer Engineers; 

es Army; nomi- 

I Infantry; nom- 

; nominated C06; 

Cex.; nominated 

dry; nominated 

natedl246. 
id United States 
Infantrvinominated 70; confirmed 19L 

Morton, J. P., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2878; confirmed 2878. 

Morton, K^ to be first nontenant. Ordnance Department, United 
States Army; nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

Morton, S. S., to be receiver of pabllc moneys at San Francisco, Cal.; 
nominated 63; confirmed 189. 

Moseley, G. V. H., to be second lieutenant of cavalry, United States 
Army; nominated 20M^ confirmed 2730. 

Moseley, R. A., to be United States consul-general at Singapore, 
Straits Settlements; nominated 441; confirmed 474. 

Hoeeley, S. B., to be postmaster at Hyde Park, Mass.; nominated 385; 
confirmed 548. 

Hoser, J. F., to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 
2»76. 

Moses, F. J., to bo captain. United States Marine Corps; nominated 
2870; confirmed 2875. 

Moses, L. H., to bo captain. United States Marine Corps; nominated 
287U; confirmed 2875. 

Moses, S. E., to be puseed assistant engineer in Navy; nominated 441; 
confirmed 548. 

to be lieutenant (junior grade) In Navy; nominated 2873; con- 
firmed 2878. 

Mosher, T., to be major and i>aymaster, United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1632; confirmed 1798. 

Mosier, M D., to be postmaster at Bemsen, Iowa; nominated 361; con- 
firmed 479. 

Mobs, J. A., to be first lieutenant, Twenty-fif tb United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 12 18. 

Mott, T. B., to bo major and assistant adjutant-general, United States 
Volunteers; nominated 70; confirmed 191. 

Muir\ C. H., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 

Mullarky, A. P., to be captain, Tenth United States Volunteer Infan- 
try; nominated 873; confirmed 477. 

MuDay, W. H., to be first lieutenant, Twenty-first United States In- 
fantry; nominated 67; confirmed IW. 

to be brevot captain, United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Muller, F., to be brevet major. United States volunteers; nominated 
1250. 

Mulliken, D. B., to be second lieutenant. Sixteenth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 09; confirmed 191. 

Munger, C. S.. to be iKistmaster at Herkimer, N. T.; nominated 971; 
confirmed 1214. 

Munn, A. G., to be postmaster at San Jacinto, Cal.; nominated 1793; 
confirmed 1892. 

Munson, A., to be ixMtmaster at Medina, Ohio; nominated 971; con- 
firmed 1214. 

Mnrdock, J. B., tobelieutenantcommanderinNavy; nominated 2871; 
ccmfirmed 2876. 



Executive Nomiziatioiui and Confirmatione — Gontinaed. 

Murdock, J. a, to be first lieutenant. Twenty-fifth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 66; confirmed 19S. 
Muri^ey, R H^ to be postmaster at Urbana, Ohio; nominated 9308; 

confirmed 2740. 
Murphy, C. N., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States 

Army; nominated 60; confirmed; 191. 
Murphy, N. C, to be governor of Arizona; nominated 63; confirmed 

189. 
Murphy, P. S. C, to be brevet major. United States Marine Corps; 

nominated 9Sz confirmed 180. 
tobe major. United States Marine Corps; nominated 2870; con- 
Murphy, R. H., to be postmaster at Urbana, Ohio; nominated 2236; 

withdrawn 2394. 
Murphy, T. O., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 

Murphy, W. Ia, to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Armv: 
nominated 124&. 

Murray, C. H., to be major and inspector-general. United States Vol- 
unteers; nominated 918; confirmed 1081. 

Murray, P., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1247. 

Muse, W. &, to be lieutenant-colonel. United States Marine Corps: 
nominated 2870; confirmed 2875. 

Mver, F. B., to be postmaster at Benaselaer, Ind. ; nominated 2S36; con- 
flmied2789. 

Myers, J. M., to be postmaster at Forreston, HI.; nominated 187; con- 
firmed 875. 

Myers, J. T., to be first lieutenant. United StatesMarine Corps; nom- 
inated 1496; confirmed 1689. 

tobe captain. United States Marine Corps; nominated 2870; con- 

flrmea2875. 

Myers, M. F., to be postmaster at Davis, Ind. T.; nominated 970; con- 
firmed 1214. 

Myton,H. P., to be hidian s^nt at Uintah and Ooray Agency, Utah; 
nominated 60; confirmed 19B9. 

Nancrede, C. B., to be brevet Uentenant-colonel, United States Vol- 
unteers: nominated 1260. 

Naa^ C. F.. to be diief engineer in Berenne-Catter Service: nomi- 
nated 154; confirmed 218. 

Nanman, w. H., to be Uentenant-cammander in Navy; nominated 
2871; confirmed 2876. 

Naylor, W. K., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States 
Army; nominated 68; confirmed 191. 

NearyTw.C.to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1248. 

Needham,W.A.,tobepostmasteratKoomfleld,Nebr.; nominated 606; 
oonfirmed 80i. 

Needham, W. H., to be postmaster at Sigonmey, Iowa; nominated 
364; confirmed 479. 

Neely , H. C. , to be iiostmaster at Greenfield, Tenn. ; nominated 971; con- 
firmed 1168. 

Neely, H. J., to be postmsster at WHbur, Wash.; nominated 2676; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Neher, W.,tobe first lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer In- 
fantry ; nominated 474; confirmed 655. 

Nelson, u. B.., to be first lieutenant, Twenty-fourth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 67; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Nelson, N. B., to be collector of customs for district of North and 
South Dakota; nominated 1061; confirmed 1214. 

Nesbitt, W. F., to be brevet first lieutenant, United States A>my; 
1219. 

Nettles, C. S.^^to be captain. Tenth United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 379; conmrmed 477. 

Neumann, B. S., to be captain. United States Marine Corps; nominated 
2870: confirmed 2875. 

Nevnie, W. C, to be brevet captain. United States Marine Corps; 
nominated 32; confirmed 189. 

to be captain. United States Marine Corps; nominated 2870; 

confirmed 2875. 

Kevin, B. B., to be second lieutenant. Twenty-second United States 
Infantry; nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Newell, C. , to be receiver of public moneys at Burns, Greg. ; nominated 
62; confirmed 189. 

Newell, I., to be brevot first lieutenant. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1249. 

to be first lieutenant. Eleventh United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 1262; confirmed 1802. 

Newgarden, G. J., t-o be tare vet major, United States Army; nominated 
1247. 

Newkirk, C. T., to be major and brigade surgeon. United States Vol- 
xmteersMaominated 70j confirmed 190. 

Newman, W., to be first lieutenant. Thirteenth UnitedStates Infantry; 
nominated 07; confirmed 193. 

NichoUs, J. C, to bo second lieutenant of artillery, United States 
Army; nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Nichols, H. E., to be captain in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 2876. 

Nichols, J. H., to be postmaster at Kiowa, Kana; nominated 970; 
confirmed 1163. 

Nichols, M., to be captain. Fourteenth United States Infantry; nond- 
nated 1251; confirmed 1391. 

Nichols, B. C, to bo receiver of public moneys at Peavy, Alaska; 
nominated 2737; confirmed 2rJ8. 

Nichols, W. R, to be postmaster at Essex Junction, Vt.; nominated 
971; confirmed 1304. 

Nicliolson, B. F., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 
2871; confirmed 2870. 

Nicholson, W. J., to bo major and chief ordnance o£9cer, United States 
VolunteerH; nominated 72; confirmed 303. 

Nicklin, 6. P., to be second lieutenant. First United States Cavalry; 
nominated 473: confirmed 655t 

Niles, N. E., to be commander in Navy; nominated 2S71; confirmed 
2876. 

Nisbet, E. A., to be second lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 474: confirmed 055. 

Nissen, A. C, to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nom* 
inated 1249. 

Nixon, C, to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States Armyj 
nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Noble, C. II., to bo major, Twenty-fifth United States Infantry; nom- 
inated 474; confirmed &55. 

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Noble« B. Hm to be brevet lieatenant-colonel, United States Volnn 
teers; nominated 1250. 

to be captain. Third United States Infantry; nominated 1251; 

confirmed 1391. 
Nock, 24 . N., to be postmaster at Belair, Hd.; nominated 1705. 
Noel, Y.. to be lieutenant-commander m Navy; nominated 2871; con- 
firmed 2877. 
Nolan, D. £., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-fifth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 1262; confirmed 1^. 

to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nominated 

1391. 

to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Nolan, E. L., to be postmaster at Chateaugray, N. Y.; nominated 2236: 

confirmed 2740. 
Noll, W. J., to be postmaster at Myerstown, Pa.; nominated 1689; con- 
firmed 1848. 

rice; nom- 

bes Volun- 

Infantry; 

al, United 

ieutenant- 

1 360; con- 

lominated 

confirmed 

Norton, H. P., to be chief engineer in Navy; nominated 2099: con- 
firmed 2236. 

to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Norvell, S. T., to be lieutenant-colonel, Ninth United States Cavalry; 
nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

to be brevet lieutenant-colonel, United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1251. 

to be brevet colonel. United States Army; nominated 1245. 

Nourse, J. F., to be second lieutenant, Third united States Volunteer 
Engrineers; nominated 2009: confirmed 2739. 

Noyos, C. R., to bu brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1246. 

Noyes, N. P.. to be postmaster at Stoninsrton, Conn.; nominated 1688; 
confirmed 1848. 

Nulton, L. M., to be lieutenant in Navy, nomhiated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Nuttman, L. M., to be first lieutenant. Fourteenth United States In- 
fantry; nominate 605; confirmed 808. 

to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; nominated 

1249. 

Nye, F. E., to be lieutenant-colonel and assistant commissary-general 
of subsistence, United States Army; nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Oak, J. M., to be postmaster at Bangor, Me. ; nominated 365; confirmed 
642. 

Oakes, B. F., to be postmaster at East Tawas, Mich.; nominated 970; 
confirmed 116a 

Oakes, J. C, to be first lieutenant. Corps of Engineers, United States 
Army; nominated 1389; confirmed 1689. 

Oberg, C. W., to be postmaster at Mount Jewett, Pa.; nominated 860; 
confirmed 2879. 

O'Brien, J.^ be postmaster at Momence, HI.; nominated 2236; con- 
firmed 2879. 

O'Brien, L. M., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel, United States Army; 
nominated 1245. 

Ockerson, J. A., to be member of Mississippi River Commission; nomi- 
nated 63; confirmed 217. 

O'Connell, J. J., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-first United States In- 
fantry; nominated 66; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

to be brevet major. United States Amay; nominated 1390. 

— '■ — to be brevet lieutenant-colonel, United States Army; nominated 
1380. 

Offley, C. N.f to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Offley, R. S., to be first lieutenant. Seventh United States Infantry; 
nominated 68; confirmed 194. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Ogden, B. B., to be postmaster at Eeyport, N. J. ; nominated 606; con- 
firmed 1214. 

Ogden, J. S., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2S71; 
confirmed 2876. 

O'Leary, T. S., to be passed assistant paymaster in Navy; nominated 
2099; confirmed 2236. 

Olesten, H. A., to be register of land office at Humboldt, Cal.; nomi- 
nated 704; confirmed 972. 

Oliver, J. J., to be second lieutenant, Tenth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 374; confirmed 477. 

Oliver, L. W., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States 
Army; nominated 2099; confirmed 2788. 

Olmstead, P. N., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2878; confirmed 2878. 

Oman, J. W. , to be lieutenant in Navy ; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

O'Neil, J. P., to be captain. Twenty-fifth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 1251: confirmed 1391. 

O'Neill.W., to be brevet major, United States Volunteers; nominated 
12S0. 

Orchard, W. R., to be postmaster at Qlidden, Iowa; nominated 570 
confirmed 704. 

Ord, E. O. C, to be captain. Twenty-second United States Infantry 
nominated 66; confirmed 192. 

Ord, J. O., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Ord, J. T., to be first lieutenant, Ninth United States Volunteer Jjtl- 
fantry; nominated 541; confirmed 656. 

Ordway, F. M., to be postmaster at Merced, CaL; nominated 970; con 
firmed 1090. 

Ormiston, D. B., to be postmaster at Linneus, Mo.; nominated 16S8 
confirmed 1848. 

Orr, J. G., to be postmaster at Pittsfield, Mass.; nominated 970; con- 
firmed 1168. 

Ortega, C. C, to be postmaster at Sonora, CaL; nominated 186; con- 
firmed 656. 



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Orton, A. W., to be first lieutenant, Fifth United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Orton, W. T., to be postmaster at West Unity, Ohio; nominated 2788; 
confirmed 2880. 

Osborne, W. H., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1248. 

Osgood, B. L., to be postmaster at Alvin, Tex.; nominated 180; con- 
firmed 334. 

O'Shea, J., to be first lieutenant, Fourth United States Cavalry; nom- 
inated 64; confirmed 195. 

Osterhaus, H., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Otis. E. S., to be brevet major-general. United States Army; nominated 
2870: confirmed 2874. 

Otwell, C. W., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nom- 
inated 1249. 

Oursler, W. N., to be postmaster at Odebolt, Iowa; nominated 1688; 
confirmed 1882. 

Oury, W. H., to be second lieutenant. Ninth United States Infantry; 
nominated 68; confirmed 191. 

Ovenshine, A. T., to be first lieutenantjTwenty-third United States 
Infantry; nominated 2738; confirmed 2874. 

Ovenshine, S. , to be brigadier-general, United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 70; confirmed 190. 

Ovenshire, A. T.. to be first lieutenant. Twenty-third United States 
Infantry; nominated 2394; confirmed 2875. 

Overholser, W. W., to be postmaster at Ireton, Iowa; nominated 364; 
confirmed 479. 

Overholt, H. D., to be postmaster at Iowa City, Iowa; nominated 188; 
confirmed 376. 

Overton, C, to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 
1248. 

Owen, E. W.. to ba postmaster at Eagle Pass, Tex.; nominated 1796; 
confirmed 1892. 

Owen, J. J., to be postmaster at Gtenessee, Idaho; nominated 578; con- 
firmed 70l 

Owens, P. R., to be first lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 
Exigineers; nominated 005; confirmed 804. 

Paddock, R.B., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1248. 

Page, E. Q., to be postmaster at Hyde Park, Vt.; nominated 1689; con- 
firmed 1892. 

Page, H., to be major and commissary of subsistence. United States 
volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 307. 

Page, J. H., to be brigadier-general. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 70; oonfirmea 190. 

Page-Tustin, F., to be commissi oner in and for Alaska; nominated 62; 
confirmed 188. 

Paine, C. A., to be postmaster at Eastport, Me.; nominated 970; con- 
firmed 1304. 

Paine, 0. H., to be first lieutenant. Nineteenth United States Infan- 
try; nominate^ 605; confirmed 808. 

Paine, T. M., to 1>e ];>ostmaster at Qlencoe,Minn.; nominated 971; con- 
firmed 1163. 

Palmer, B. S., to be postmaster at Carmel, N. Y.; nominated 606; con- 
firmed 1304. 

Palmer, D. A., to be first lieutenant and signal officer. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 89; confirmed 190. 

Palmer. F. L., to be captain. Thirteenth United States Infantry; nom- 
inated 1261: confirmed 1391. 

Palmer. Q. G., to be first lieutenant. Sixteenth United States Infan- 
try; nominated 67; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Palmer, (h IL, to be major, Fourth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 704; confirmed 803. 

to be brevet major. United States Army^ nominated 1245. 

Palmer, J. E., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Palmer, J. McA., to be first lieutenant, Fifteenth United States Infan- 
try; nominated 66; confirmed 193. 

Palmer, R., to be captain. Eighth United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 873; confirmed 476. 

Palmer, S. H., to be postmaster at Ogdensburg, N. Y. ; nominated 138; 
confirmed 834. 

Palmer, W. C, to be postmaster at Jewell, Kans.; nominated 970; con- 
firmed 1163. 

Pardue, J. M., to be postmaster at Sweetwater, Tenn.; nominated 
2236; confirmed 2740. 

Park, J. W., to be first lieutenant. Sixth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 474; confirmed 655. 

Parke, J. 8.. to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1246. 

Parker, E. G., to be assistant surgeon in Navy; nominated 441; con- 
firmed 542. 

Parker, E. M., to be postmaster at Newell, Iowa; nominated 970; con- 
firmed 1163. 

Parker, J. F.jto be lleutenant-conmiander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Parker, J. H., to be first lieutenant, Thirteenth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 68; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Parker, L. O., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army; 
nominated 1390. 

Parker, M. D., to be captain. Eighth United States Infantry; nom- 
inated 65; confirmed 195. 

Parker, T. D., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2878; confirmed 2878. 

Parker, T. L., to be postmaster at Deep River, Conn.; nominated 1795; 
confirmed 1892. 

Parker, W. B., to be second lieutenant. First United States Infantry ; 
nominated 1881; confirmed 2100; withdrawn 2576. 

Parker. W. H., to be postmaster at Onancock, Va.; nominated 607; 
confirmed 932. 

Parker, W. J. H., to bo postmaster at Moravia, N. Y.; nominated 887; 
confirmed 668. 

Parker, W. M..to be second lieutenant, First United States Infantry; 
nominated 2576; confirmed 2874. 

Parkhurst, 0. D., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1247. 

Parks, W. M., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2872; 
confirmed 2877. 

Parmeuter, H. E., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 38; confirmed 
190. 

Parmerter. A. L., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nomi- 
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Parrott. R. B., to be second lieutenant. Twenty-second United States 

Infantry; nominated 69; confirmed 191. 
Parsons, G. Q., to be postmaster at Madera, CaL; nominated 186; con- 
firmed 666. 
Partridge, O. 8., to be postmaster at Sanford, Fla.; nominated 187; 
confirmed 834. 

d United States Volunteer 

4. 

nd United States Infantry; 

>f artillery. United States 

of infantry, United States 

of artillery, United States 

>f customs for i)ort of Cam- 

ii United States Infantry; 

ktes Volunteers; nominated 

tes Army; nominated 1432; 

lant. United States Army; 

iinated2872; confirmed 2877. 
1 States Army; nominated 

Payne, F. B.. to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

Peace, E. C, to be postmaster at Oxford, N. C; nominated 971; con- 
firmed 1214. 

Peacock, W., to be first lieutenant. Fourth United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Pearce, T. A., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nom- 
inated 1249. 

to be first lieutenant. Eighth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 1251; confirmed 1892. 

Pearl. A. S., to be second lieutenant, Seventh United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 873; confirmed 476. 

Pearson, E. P., to be brigadier-general. United States Volunteers; 
nominated 70; confirmed 190l 

Pearson, H. A., to bo lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873: confirmed 2878. 

Peck, F. W., to be United States Ck>mmi8sioner-(}eneral to the Paris 
Exposition; nominated 80; confirmed 217. 

Peck, B. Q., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 82; con- 
firmed 190. 

Peck, B. H., to be second lieutenant of Infantry, United States Army; 
nominated 2009; confirmed 2739. 

Peckham, C. T., to be surgeon in Marine-Hospital Service; nominated 
155: confirmed 810. 

Peeples, U. M., to be postmaster at Shawneetown, 111.; nominated 187; 
confirmed 375. 

Peirce, J. J., to be second lieutenant. Fifth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 372^ confirmed 476. 

Peirce, w. S., to be captam. Ordnance Department, United States 
Army; nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Peixotto, D. L. M., to be captain. Third United States Volunteer In- 
fantry : nominated 374; confirmed 478. 

Pellew, C. £., to be captain and signal officer. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 71; confirmed ISO. 

Pendergrass, J. C, to be second lieutenant, Tenth United States Vol- 
unteer Infantry; nominated 873: confirmed 477. 

Pendleton, J. H.. to be captain, United States Marine Corps; nomi- 
nated 2870; confirmed 2875. 

Pennell, W. H., to be postmaster at Duncannon, Pa.; nominated ISO; 
confirmed 833. 

Penney, C. Q., to be major, Eighth United States Infantry; nominated 
65; confirmed 192. 

to be lieutenant-colonel and chief quartermaster. United States 

Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 807. 

Pennycook, W. D., to be postmaster at Vallejo, Cal.; nominated 186; 
oonflrmed 656. 

Perea, B., tobe second lieutenant. Seventh United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 373; confirmed 476. 

to be first lieutenant. Seventh United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 969; confirmed 1082. 

Perkins, O. M., to be captain. United States Marine Ck>rps; nominated 
2870: confirmed 2875. 

Perkins, E. W., to be second lieutenant. Eighth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Perkins, F., to be captain. Thirteenth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 606; confirmed 803. 

Perkins, F. C, to be register of land office at Durango, Ck>lo.; nomi- 
nated 932; confirmed 1891. 

Perkins, N. B., to be postmaster at Groveton, N. H.; nominated 606; 
confirmed 804. 

Perkins. P. J., to be captain. United States Volunteer Signal Corps; 
nominated 665: confirmed 803. 

Perlev, C. A., to be postmaster at Baldwinsville, Mass. ; nominated 970; 
confirmed 1163. 

Perry, D., to be postmaster at Plain City, Ohio; nominated 971; con- 
firmed 1214. 

Perry, F. A., to be first lieutenant. Second United States Volunteer 
Cavalry; nominated 871; confirmed 475. 

Perry, H. B., to be first lieutenant, Seventeenth United States Infan- 
try; nominated 67; confirmed 193. 

Perry, J. A., to be captain. Twenty-second United States Infantry; 
nominated 605: confirmed 806. 

Perry, J. E., to be first lieutenant, Seventh United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 1390; confirmed 1690. 

Perrjr. J. H., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Per8hixig,J.J.,tobe major and chief ordnance officer, United States 
volunteers; nominated 72: confirmed 306. 

to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Pershing, W. B., to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States 
Army: nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Peters, G. H., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 



Executive Nominations and Confirmations— Continued. 

Peterson, M. B., to be captain and commissary of subsistence, United 
States Army; nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

Petivan, A. J., to be second lieutenant. Ninth United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 374; confirmed 478. 

Pettit,G.H.,to be United States attorney for eastern district of New 
York; nominated 154; confirmed 333. 

Pettit,G.B., to be postmaster at Brooton, N.Y.; nominated 867; con- 
firmed 656. 

Petty, O. A., to be postmaster at Charleston, W. Va.; nominated 370; 
confirmed 972. 

Peyton, D. C, to be major and brigade surgeon. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 72; confirmed 309. 

Peyton, E. G., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States 
Army; nominated 2009: confirmed 2780: 

PhelDS, A. A., to be chief gunner in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 
2879. 

Phelps, W. L., to be captain and assistant quartermaster, United States 
Volunteers; nominated 186; confirmed 217. 

Phelps, W. W., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
441; confirmed 542. 

to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Philip, J. W., to be commodore in Navy; nominated 30. 

to be rear-admiral in Navy; nominated 2870; confirmed 2876. 

Phillips, E. L.. to be first lieutenant. Third United States Cavalry; 
nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

Phillips, J. L., to be major and chief surgeon. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 1252; confirmed 1391. 

Phillips, J. W. L., to be first lieutenant, Eleventh United States In- 
fantry; nominated 68; confirmed 194. 

Phillips. T. W., tobe member of Industrial Commission; nominated 
156; confirmed 189. 

Phipps, F. H. , to be lieutenant-colonel, Ordnance Department, United 
States Army; nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Phister, N. P. , tobe brevet major, United States Army; nominated 1890. 

to be brevet lieutenant-colonel, United States Army; nominated 

1300. 

Phisterer, F. W., to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States 
Army; nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Pickard, M., to be captain. Second United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 871; confirmed 475. 

Pickereli, G. H., to be United States consul at St. Michaels, Azores; 
nominated 30; confirmed 156. 

Pickering, A., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 
1245. 

Pickering, J. N., to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; 
ndminated 1391. '* 

to be first lieutenant, First United States Infantry; nominated 

1252; confirmed 1392. 

Picldng, H. F., to be commodore in Navy; nominated 32; confirmed 
190. 

to be rear-admiral in Navy; nominated 2870; confirmed 2876. 

Pickrell, J. M., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Pierce, E. L., to be second lieutenant, First United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 875; confirmed 479. 

to be first lieutenant. First United States Volunteer Engineers; 

nominated 969; confirmed 072. 

Pierce, F. E., to be postmaster at Greenfield, Mass.; nominated 365; 
confirmed 542. 

Pierie, G. G., to be United States consul at Munich, Bavaria; nomi- 
nated 30: confirmed 156. 

Pieman, G. W., to be captain in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 

Pillsbury, J. E., to be commander in Navy: nominated 32; confirmed 
190. 

Pinchback, W. A., to be second lieutenant. Ninth United States Vol- 
unteer Infantry; nominated 373; confirmed 477. 

Pinkham, E. W., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United 
States Army; nominated 154; confirmed 309. 

Pinnell, W. S., to Iw postmaster at Kansas, 111.; nominated 579; con- 
firmed 1304. 

Pinneo, H. J., to be postmaster at Prattsburg, N. Y.; nominated 971; 
confirmed 1214. 

Piper, E. D., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. Third United 
States Volunteer Cavalry; nominated 371: confirmed 475. 

Pitkin, J. B. G., to be postmaster at New Orleans, La.; nominated 365; 
confirmed 542. 

Pittenger, W. A., to be postmaster at Dennison, Ohio; nominated 388; 
confirmed 972. 

Plumb, H., to be postmaster at Pleasonton, Kans.; nominated 2576; 
confirmed 2879. 

Plummer, E. H., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1251. 

Plunkett, C. P., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 32; confirmed 190. 

Poinier, S. T., to be postmaster at Spartanburg, S. C; nominated 
2576; confirmed 2880. 

Pollard, C. T., to be nmjor and surgeon. Fifth United States Volun- 
teer Infantry: nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Pollock, E. B., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2878. 

Pollock, E. T., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2878. 

Pond, G. B., to be second lieutenant of infantry. United States Army; 
noniinated 69; confirmed 191. 

Pool, E. C, to be postmaster at Elizabeth City, N. C; nominated 606; 
confirmed 804. 

Pope. B. F., to be lieutenant-colonel and deputy surgeon-general. 
United States Army; nominated 473; confirmed 655. 

Pope, P. C, to be colonel. United States Marine Corps; nominated 
^0; confirmed 2875. 

Porter, C, to be lieutenant-colonel. Twenty-second United States In- 
fantry; nominated 65; confirmed 193. 

Porter, C. P., to bo lieutenant-colonel, United States Marine Corps; 
nominated 2870; confirmed 2875. 

Potter, C. L., to be captain, Coriw of Engineers, United States Army; 
nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Potter. W. P., tobe advanced five numbers in grade of lieutenant- 
conmiander in Navy; nominated 31. 

Potts, A. S., to be postmaster at Cooi;)erstown, N. Y.; nominated 867; 
confirmed 656. 

Potts, S., to be lieutenont-conmiander in Navy; nominated 2871; con- 
firmed 2876. 



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Pott8« T. M., to be lieatenant-Gommander in Navy; nominated 2872; 
confirmed 2877. 

Poand. J. H.,. to be breret caiitiiin^ United States Volnnteeni; nomi- 
nated 1250. 

Powell, B. D., to be postnuuter at Bzira, lofwa; acmdnated 579; con- 
firmed 704. 

Pow^, H. M.« to be brerot captain^ United States Armr; nominated 
1391. 

PoweLU J. W., to be ooaoDal Senrenteentii United States Infantry; 
nominated 1889; confirmed 1689. 

PoweU, J. W.. to be postmaster at NationaL HQitary Home, Kansas; 
nominated 1088; confirmed 18881 

Powelaon, W. V.^ to be nontenant (junior grade) in Nary; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2878. 

Po!irar, J. McA., to be first lientenaaet. First United States Yohmteer 
Infantry; nominated 374; confirmed 478. 

Poiwears, T. J., to be second Uentenant of infaaatcy. United States Army; 
nominated 68; confirmed 10L 

Pratt, A. A., to be Uentenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

Ptatt^ Bl H.« t& be mojor^ First. United States GaYaIxy; nominated 64; 
confirmed ifl& 

Pratt, W.y.^ to be Uentenant C^ndar grade) in Havy; immlnated 32; 
confirmed 10Ol 

to be nontenant in Navy; nominated 2892; conflrmed 2877. 

Prentiss, R^to bet postmaster at Beading; Mass. ; nominated 1688; con- 
firmed 1848. 

Preston, G. F. » to be lientenant (jnnior grade) in Navy; ncmtoated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

Preston, J. F., tabe first lieutenant,. SeyemtJi United States Infantry; 
nominated 86; confirmed 194. 

to ba brevet captadn. United States Arxmr, nominated 1247. 

Preston, J. M., to be postmaster at DeQii, N. X.; nominated 887; con- 
flmiedSM. 

Fdoe, B. D.» to be brevet major,^ United States Army; nominated 

nominated 2872; 
r, U^iited States 
; nominated 918; 
inated 2873; con- 
nited States In- 
Inatsd 1796; con- 

2871; confirmed 

}r. United States 

avy; nominated 

lited States Vol- 

avy; nominated 

estates Army; 

id States Yolun- 

anteer Infantry; 

linated 366; con- 

btesArmy; nom- 

Infantry; nomi- 

ates Volunteers ; 

Infantry; nomi- 

r, United States 

avy; nominated 

ir, United States 

; nominated 579; 
conflrmed 704. 

Quioby, I., to be major, First United States Infantry; nominated 65; 
confirmed 192. 

Quinton, W., to be major. Fourteenth United States Inftotry; nomi- 
nated 472; confirmed 656. 

Quinton, W. W., to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 

ms. 

Radford, G. S., to be captain. United States Marine Gorps; nominated 
2870; confirmed 2875. 

Bae^ (^. W., to bo advanced three numbers in grade of chief engineer 
in Navy; nominated 31. 

to be commander in Navv; nominated 2871: confirmed 2876. 

Baiboum, W. A., to be first lieutenant. Fourth United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

Baines, J., to be postmaster at Ganandaigna, N. Y.; nominated 307; con- 
firmed 656. 

Bambo, J. W., to be postmaster at Florence, Golo.; nominated 2738; 
confirmed 2880. 

Bamsay, G. R., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States 
Army; nominated 69; conflrmed 19L 

Bamsay, W. Q. , to be major, First United States Volunteer Enginoors; 
nominated 918; conflrmed 9S2. 

Bamsey, F. G., to be United States marshal for district of Idaho; nom- 
inated 154; conflrmed 333. 

Bamspeck, J. L., to be second lieutenant. Third United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 73; confirmed 309. 

Band, J. B., to be second lieutenant, First United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 605; conflrmed 804. 

Band, L. H., to be second lieutenant of engineers, United States Army; 
nominated 2099; conflrmed 2730. 

Bandall, G. M., to be colonel. Seventeenth United States Infantry; 
nominated 66; conflrmed 192. 



ExecutiTe KcwninfttkMMi and CkmftrmatiflgHih-Coatiimed^ 

Bandall, Q. W., to be postmaster at Bockville,^C!onn.; nominated 2286; 
conflrmed 2739. 

BandaAK B. EL, to be postmaster at Dunlap^ Iowa; nominated 441; 
confirmed 607. 

Baadolpii^ P.« to be captain. Seventh United States Volnntaer In- 
fantry; nominated 374; conflrmed 478. 

Randolph,. V. P.^ to be second lieutenant, Fifth United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 372; confirmed 43& 

Raosbervy , J.^ to be postmaster at Bast Stroui&bsrg, Pa. ; nominated 
2576; confirmed 2879. 

Ransom:, O. B., to be advanced three numbers ia grade of chief en- 
gineer in Navy; nominated 704. 

tobelientenoDt-commanderinNavy; nominated 2871; otmfirmed 

2876. 

Ransom, N. &Jb» be postmaster at Littlefalls, K. T.; nominated 1688; 
confirmed 1892. 

Rasmnssesu G. A.,, to be postmaster at Red Win«r, Minn., nominated 
1795; confirmed 1892. 

Rotchford. M. D., to be mambcr of Industrial Gommissimi; nominated 
156; conflrmed 189. 

Raught, G. E^ to be postmaster at South KaukanJMk Wis.; nominated 
370; conflrmed 542. 

Ray, A.M.^ta be flrst lieutenant. Tenth United States Volnntaer In- 
fantry: nominated 373; conflrmed 477. 

Rav, H.C/.^to ba postmaster atMonroeitLa.; naminated366; ea^trmed 

ioad. lieutenant of infantry, United States Army ; 

onfirmed 2739. 

be brevet first lieutenant, United Statea Army; 

be first lieutenant, Gorps of Enghieers, United 
tiinated68; confirmed 19& 
revet first lieutenant. United States Army; nomi- 

fied2873; 

d States 

United 

rs; nom- 

ted 2871; 

Rearick, P. A., to be captain in Navy; nominated SflTDt confirmed 2876. 

Reber, H. L., to be first lieutenant, Third United States Volunteer 
Engineers: nominated 875: confirmed 479. 

to be captain. Third United States Voluntew Engineers; nom- 
inated S74; confirmed 478. 

Reber, S., to be Uefutenant-colonel and signal oflfoer. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed dO». 

Re^^ave, D. G., to be Uentenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 

Redmon, L.. tabe surveyor of customs for port of Des Moines, Iowa; 
nominated 2285: confirmed 2738. 

Reed, M. £., to be Uentenant (junior grade) in ITavy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

Reeder,W. H., to be commander in Navy; nominated 33; conflrmed 190. 

Rees, G. P., to be advanced five numbers in grade of lieutenant in 
Navy; nominated 704. 

to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 

2876. 

Rees, H. L., to be major and itaymaster. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 2874; confirmed 2879. 

Rees, T. H., to be captain, Gorps of Engrineers, Ubited States Army; 
nominated 68; conflrmed 192. 

Reese, W. R., to ba postmaster at Griafield, Md.; nominated 970; con- 
flrmed 1304. 

Reeve, G. M, to be brkradier-general, United States Volunteers; nom- 
inated 70; confirmed 190. 

Reeve, H. M, to be flrst lieutenant. Third United States Infantry; 
nominated 66; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army: nominated 1343. 

Reeves, H. E., to be second lieutenant. Third Umted States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 605; confirmed 804. 

Reeves, I. L., tobe brevet flrst lieutenant. United States Army; nomi- 
nated mo. 

Reeves, I. S. K., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871 ; 
conflrmed 28t6. 

Reeves, J. H., to be flrst lieutenant. Second United States Garalry; 
nominated 918; conflrmed 1082. 

to be brevet flrst lieutenant. United States Army; nominat3d 

1249. 

Reeves, J. M., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873; conflrmed 2878. 

Began, J., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1:^46. 

Began, J. D., to be second lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 375; conflrmed 479. 

to be flrst lieutenant, Thlra United States Volunteer Engineers; 

nominated 374; conflrmed 478. 

Began, P. E., to be second lieutenant, Fifth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 474; conflrmed 656. 

Reichmann, C., to be captain, Third United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 1251; conflrmed 1301. 

Beid, G. G., to be adjutant and inspector with rank oi colonel. United 
States Marine Ck>rps; nominated 2S70; conflrmed 2S75. 

Beid, J. H., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 31; 
confirmed 189. 



- to be lieutenant in Navy: nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 



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Beid, B. L, to be lieutenant in -Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Bciley, G. J., to be postmaster at Glinton, La.; nominated 365; con- 
flrmed 542. 

Boitenbaugh, G. H., to be postmaster at Ardmore, Pa. ; nominated 
007; con&rxned 1304. 

Belter, G. G., to be captain in Navy; nominated 2871; groflrmed 2870. 

Bemoy, G. G., to be rear-admiral in Navy; nominated 2870; confirmed 
2875. 

Bequa, J. M., to be postmaster at Tarrytown, N. Y. ; nominated 1688; 
confirmed 2739. 

Bethers, H. F., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nominated 1249; 

to be first lieutenant. Seventh United Stotaei Infantry; noa^ 

nated 1262; confirmed 1392. 



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B«TBolda» A.^«o he Iveyet major, Unitod Statat Anny; nomiiiatod 

Bernoldi, A.^^be Bmtdaant-copiwniteg fat Kayy; Bomixurted 2871; 

confirmed 2876. 
Bhflft, Eliaabeih, to b» postmaster a* Chroedback* Tex.; nemiaated 360; 

oonflrmedUS. 
Bhe*, J. C to-be aeeead lieafeenaBi of ea^miry. United Statea Army; 

nominated 2009; confirmed 2739. 
Bhca» W. Dm to be seeondlteBtenattt, Third UnUnd States Vctenteer 
Engineers; nominated 33S{ eonfirmed 479i 

to be first tteatsnaBt. Third United StateaVotuiteerEiiShieers; 

nominated 874; ooafirmediTS. 
Bhodes^ C. D., to be breret mi^or^ United States Toibrnteers; nomi- 
nated 1250. 
Rhodes* ILR, to be postmaster St West Badeik, Ind.; noaiixarted 441; 

confirmed 007. 
Sboiiei» S. M., to be postmsatsr at MontgomerT, Pa.; nominated 800; 

confirmed 28791 
Bioe^E.. to^be niAJor, Third United States InlsBtry; namdnated 65; 

coBflrmed x9BL 
Bice, O. B., to be ensign in Nayy ; nominated 2818; eonfirmed 2878. 
Bkse, J. HU to be first lieateoant, OrdaasMS Department; United 

States Army; nominated 64; confirmed IKL 
BidMcda, A. ML, to be pfwtmastfrr a* HfeksviUa, Ol^; nominated 888; 

jw\ne«rm<w4 €)ir9. 

nominated 
kes Marine 
laad Office; 
iftry; nomi- 
t Volunteer 
ited States 

tdHHS. 

nominated 

iiitated886; 

V Infantry; 

ktes Army; 

ninated 31; 

ktes Volun- 

mited2738. 
tes Army; 

Tioe; nom- 

Gonflrmod 

Biley, L. M.^^ be postmaster at Blanchester, Ohio; nominated 63; 
eonfirmed aSBb 



Bing, L. B., to be postmasterat Neillsyille, Wis.; 
firmed 479; 



180; con- 



Bing, P. Lm to be postmaster at Appleton, Minn.; nominated 1688; 
confirmed 1862. 

Bipley, H. L., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1246w 

Bittenhonse, H. O., to bo Ueutenant-commander in Nacvy; naminatsd 
32; confirmed 190. 

Bitter, H. S., to be lientenatai (junior grade) in Kavy; nominAted 
2872; oonflrmed 2878. 

Birers, T. B.,to be captain. Fourth United States Cavalry; nominated 
154; confirmed 300. 

to be brevet capfain. United States Army; nominated 1251. 

Boaeh, Q. H., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1246. 

Bobberts, C. Ii.,tobe postmaster at Grina^, Iowa; nominated 183; 
confirmed 376. 

Bobbins, E. E., to be major and ciiief qnartermaster. United States 
Yolnnteers; nominated 72; confirmed 306. 

Bobbins, G. W., to be postmaster at Bockymonnt, N. C; nomtnatod 
1795; confirmed 1862. 

Bobo, 0. F., to be lieatonant-colonel, Seventeenth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 65; confirmed 192. * 

Boberts, C. B., to be postmaster at Adel« Iowa; nominated 188; con- 
firmed 376. 

Boberts, C. D., to be brevet first lien tenant. United States Army ; nom- 
inated VM». 

Boberts, G. H., to be postmaster at Spring vale, Me.; ncmiinated 1683; 
confirmed 1848. 

Boberts, H. A., to be second lieutenant of cavalry. United States 
Army; nominated 2009; confirmed 2730. 

Boberts, H. L., to be captain, Nineteenth United States Infantry 
nominated 66; confirmed 106. 

Boberts, J. J., to be postmaster at Prospect, Ohio; nominated 3G3 
confirmed 072. 

Boberts, M. F., to be chief carpenter in Navy; nominated 2874; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Boberts, T. A., to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army 
nominated 1240. 

Boberts, T. B., to be postmaster at Armour, S. Dale; nominated 3G9j 
confirmed 470. 

Bobertson, A. H., to be lieutenant in Navy ; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Bol>3rt8on, E. B., to bo brevet major, United States Army; nominated 
l:M6. 

Bobertson, J., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nominated I^. 

Eoborteon, W. A., to be second lieutenant, Second United States Vol- 
unteer Infantry; nominated 871; confirmed 475. 

Bobeson, H. B., to be rear-admiral in Navy; nominated2870; confirmed 
2875. 

Bobichon, H. A., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States 
Army; nominated 2009; confirmed 2730. 



ExectttJTe- HirwnfnaiticiiMi aad CcniflnnatiofniH-<>iPtmTiad, 

Bobinao&„ A. J., to be poatmnafcer at Liberty, Ma; nominated 606; 
confirmed 1860. 

Bobinson, D. E., to be assistant surgeon in Marine-Hospital Service; 
■ominated 15f ; o oaflgu a e d 216. 

Bobinson, G. T., to be first lieutenant, Bi^th United States Yolun- 
toer Infimtry; nominated 873; eonfirmed 477. 

Bobinson, H., to be postmaster at Concord, N. H.; nominated 966. 

RoMnaoo^ H. E^ to be brevet major. United States Army; Dominated 
1246. 

Bobinson, J. M.^ tobe liegtenaat-com ma nder ia Navy; namiaated2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

BobinaoBk I*. W^ to be captaJa in Navy; nominated 2870; confirmed 
2876. 

Bobinson, R. M.* to bet postmsoter at Penaarola, Fla.; nominated 187; 
confirmed 542. 

BobinaoB,, Sv Q., to be braviet lieateBaat-colenel, United States Army; 
nominated 1245. 

Bobteflot, W.,. to be lihlfifengfitaer in BevesasrCstter Servioe; nomi- 
nated 154: confirmed Z18L 

BobteflOB, W., to be seeond lievtenaDt, Nintli United States Voliinteer 
Infantry; nominated 873; confirmed 477. 

Bobison, A. J., to bepoatmaater at Liberty, Mb.; nominated 2201; con- 
firmed 2740. 

Bobison* J. K^ to be UoBtenant (ianior grade) in Navy; noorinated 
2873; confirmed 2878. 

Bobison^ a Sw, to be Ueateoaat ias Navy; nominated 2672; confirmed 
2877. 

Rock, €k H., to be nasal con str octor in Navy; nominated 62; con- 
firmed 189. 

BockMkbadu 8. D., to be first Uentenaat,^ Ninth United States Cav- 
alry; nominated 64; confirmed VB6i 

Boeinseil, G. B.^ to be captain in. Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 
2878. 

BocLwell, B. T., to be captain. Second United States Volnnteer Infan- 
try; nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

BoekweU, J., to beUentenant-coloneland chief ordnance officer,. United 
States Volimteers:. nominated 72; confirm«d 906. 

BoddTv J-« to be diief sailmaker in Navy; nominated 2874; confirmed 
287«. 

L F., to be commodore in Navy; nominated 441; confirmed 542. 
- to be rear-admiral in Navy; nominated 2870; confirmed 2876. 

Bodgers« J. A.^ to be advaneed five n«nnbers in grade of lieutenant- 
commander in Navy; nominated 3L 

to be commander is Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 2876. 

Bodgers, B. P., to be advanced five numbers in grade of lieutenant- 
commander in Navy; nominated 31. 

to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 2876. 

Bodmsn, J. B.« to be ma^r and chief ordnance officer. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 303. 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1246. 

Bod man, B. W., to be second lieutenant and signal officer. United 
States y olnnteers; nominatod 71; confirmed 190. 

Bodney, G. B., to be lieutenant-colonel Fourth United States Artil- 
lery; nominated 23M; confirmed 2375i. 

Bodrigue, A., to be second lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 375; confirmed 479. 

Boe, G. G., to be postmaster at Clyde, N. T.; nominated 367; con- 
firmed 666. 

Br>cll£er, C. B, to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 
2S7t>. 

Boessior, S. W., to be major. Corps of Engineers, United States Army; 
nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Bogers, F., to be medleal inspector in Navy; nominated 188; con- 
firmed 309. 

Bosrers, J. R, to be poataaaster at Scmtfaampton, N. T.; nominated 
1795: confirmed 1803. 

Bosers, J. S^, to be brvTet major,. United States Army; nominated 
12W. 

Boccers, Ii^ to be postmaster at Kane,. Pa.; nominated 360; confirmed 

Bogers, W. C, to be first lieutenant. Seventh United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 1^. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Bogers, W. P., to be major. Twentieth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 474; confirmed 655. 

Bolfe, B. EL, to be maior and inspector-general. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 474; confirmed 479. 

Boiler, J. E., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Bomeyn, C. A., to be second lieutenant of cavalry. United States 
Army; nominated 2090; confirmed 2730. 

Bommel, C. £., tobe lientenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
28T7. 

Bo may no, J., to be first lieutenant. Nineteenth United States Infantry ; 
nominated 07; eonfirmed 190. 

Roouey, J. D., to be second lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 372: confirmed 475. 

to bo first lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer Infantry; 

nominated 73; confirmed 300. 

Roonoy, W. R. A., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 
a>71; confirmed 3876. 

Roosevelt, T., to be brevet colonol. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 1:^'). 

tobe brevet brigadier-general. United States Volxmteers; nomi- 
nated 12.>0. 

Boot, K A., to he major and chief engineer, United States Volunteers; 
nominated 73; confirmed 309. 

to be captain. Eighth United States Infantry; nominated GOo; 

confirmod 803. 

Root, W. £., to ba postmaster at Cambridge Springs, Pa.; nominated 
(hi; confirmed 218. 

Roper, J. M., to be Heutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871 
confirmed 2870. 

Rorlc, P. L., to be postmaster at Tekamah, Nebr.; nominated 866; 
confirmed 479. 

Rose, H. G. C, to be postmaster at Millbank, S. Dak.; nominated 1( 
confirmed 1893. 

Rosonbaum, O. B., to be first lieutenant. Seventh United States In- 
fantry; nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Rosenbleuth, J. C, to be passed aa^tant surgeon in Navy; nomi- 
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Boss, H. Sm to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 2876. 

Boss, B., to be postmaster at East Cnicago, Ind.; nominated 189; con- 
firmed 975. 

Boss, Tm to be second nontenant. Third United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated G8; confirmed 191. 

Boston, J. A., to be first lieutenant. Tenth United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 060; rejected 1063. 

Boundiez, L. S., to be major and chief quartermaster, United States 
Volunteers: nominated 71; confirmed 807. 

to be captain. Twenty-second United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated V&l; confirmed 1801. 

Boundtree, P. C, to be second lieutenant. Seventh United States Vol- 
unteer Infantry; nominated 873; confirmed 476. 

Bouse, M. B., to be postmaster at Titusville, Pa.; nominated 189; con- 
firmed 883. 

Bousseau, H. H., to be civil engineer in Navy; nominated 62; con- 
firmed 189. 

Bowan, A. S., to be captain, Nineteenth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 66; confirmed 198. 

Bowell, O. W., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 
1245. 

Bowell, F. W., to be second lieutenant. Second United States Infan- 
try; nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Bowen, J. H., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2878. 

Bowland, D. M., to be iiostmaster at Marengo, Iowa; nominated 864; 
confirmed 479. 

Boy, A. M., to be postmaster at Wellsboro, Pa.; nominated 971; con- 
firmed 1804. 

Bucker, L. S. D., to be second lieutenant, Fifteenth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 69; confirmed 191, 

Budd, A. J., to be first lieutenant, united States Volunteer Signal 
Corps; nominated 918; confirmed 1062. 

Budolph, W. T., to be postmaster at Thomaston, Oa.; nominated 187; 
confirmed 1892. 

Buggies, C. L'H., to be major and chief ordnance officer, United 
States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 190. 

Buhm, T. F., to be naval constructor in Navy; nominated 62; con- 
firmed 190. 

Busby, Lk, to be ixMtmaster at Nutley,*.N. J.; nominated 1795; con- 
firmed 2100. 

Bussell, A. H., to be major and chief ordnance officer. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 190. 

Bussell, B. B., to be major. United States Marine Ckvrps; nominated 
2870: confirmed 2875. 

Bussell, C. E., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1249. 

to be first lieutenant. Ninth United States Infantry; nominated 

12iiS; confirmed 1892. 

Bussell, F. F., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United 
States Army; nominated 154; confirmed 809. 

Bussell, F. M., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Bussell, J. H., to be first lieutenant. United States Marine Corps; 
nominated 1496; confirmed 1689. 

to be captain. United States B£arine Corps; nominated 2870; con- 

firmed2875. 

Bussell, M., to be second lieutenant. Eighth United States Volunteer 
Infantrv; nominated 873; confirmed 477. 

Bussell, B. L., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 

fiSTT. 



2877. 
Siltzman, C. M., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nominated 1249; withdrawn 2874. 

to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; nominated 

2874. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 2874. 

Sample, W. B., to be brevet major. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 1250. 
Sampson, B. C, to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 

Sampson, W. T., to be rear-admiral in Navy; nominated 80, 2870; con- 
firmed 2875. 

Samuels, S. C, to be second lieutenant. Fifth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 1662; confirmed 1796. 

Sanders, A. D., to be collector of internal revenue for twenty-eighth 
district of New York; nominated 30; confirmed 156. 

Sanders, J. Q., to be additional paymaster. United States Volunteers; 
nominated 72; confirmed 809. 

Sands, G. R , to be brevet lieutenant-colonel, United States Volunteers; 
nominated 1250. 

Sanford, B. H., to be postmaster at Sheboygan Falls, Wis.; nominated 
370; confirmed 1796. 

Sanger, J. P., to be lieutenant-colonel and inspector-general. United 
States Army; nominated 68; confirmed 191. 

Sanno, J. M. J., to be lieutenant-colonel, Fourth United States In- 
fantry; nomixiated 65; confirmed 192. 

Sargent, G., to be postmaster at Osalds, Minn.; nominated 606; con- 
firmed 804. 



Executive Nominations and Ck>nfirmations— Continued. 

Sargent, N., to be lieutenant-commander In Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Sasse, F. C, to be postmaster at Brunswick, Mo.; nominated 606; con- 
firmed 1090. 

Sater, W. A., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1301. 

Satterlund, Jm to be receiver of public moneys at Bismarck, N. Dak.; 
nominated 63; confirmed 189. 

Saufley, J. M., to be second lieutenant. Sixth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 474; confirmed 655. 

Sauls, J. L., to be second lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 541; confirmed 666. 

Savage, J. E., to be first lieutenant. Second United States Volunteer 
Engineers: nominated 874; confirmed 477. 

Savifie, M. E., to be first lieutenant. Tenth United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

to be brevet captain. United States Armv; nominated 1247. 

Sawyer, F.E., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Sawyer, F.L.. to be lieutenant (junior grrade) in Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

Saxton, I. A., to be second lieutenant, Fourth United States Infantry; 
nominated 69: confirmed 191. 

Saxton, S. S., to be captain and assistant adjutant-general. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 70: confirmed 191. 

Scales, A. H., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Scales, W. B., to be second lieutenant, Sixth United States Cavalry; 
nominated 64; confirmed 194. 

Scantling, J. C, to be major. Second United States Artillery; nomi- 
nated ^94; confirmed 2875. 

Scarritt, J. M., to be postmaster at Hudson, Mich.; nominated 865; 
confirmed 1652. 

Scbaef er, P. A. ^to be postmaster at (Georgetown, Tex. ; nominated 971; 
confirmed 1163. 

Schaeffer, M., to be postmaster at Westminster, Md.; nominated 365; 
confirmed 704. 

Schafer, G. C, to be assistant paymaster in Navy; nominated 62; 
confirmed 189. 

SchoU, F. J., to be lieutenant in Navy: nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Schenck, W. T., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-fifth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 154; confirmed 809. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Schindel, L. P., to be second lieutenant, Sixth United States Infantry; 
nominated 69; confirmed 19L 

Schindel, S. J. B., to be first lieutenant. Third United States Infan- 
try; nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Schley, W. S., to be rear-admiral in Navy; nominated 30, 2870; con- 
firmed 2875. 

Schmeiser, C, tobe postmaster at Stapleton, N. Y.; nominated 367; 
confirmed 666. 

Schneider, A., to be second lieutenant. Second United States Volun- 
teer Engineers; nominated 474; confirmed 655. 

SchoeffeL F. H., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1247. 

Schofleld, F. H., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2878. 

Schooler, Lk, to be postmaster at Dee Moines, Iowa; nominated 188; 
confirmed 376. 

Schrage, H., to be postmaster at Whiting, Ind.; nominated 188; con- 
firmed 875. 

Schreiner, E. B., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United 
States Army; nominated 64: confirmed 195. 

Schreiner, F. M., to be major and chief quartermaster. United States 
Volunteers: nominated 71; confirmed 307. 

Schrink, G. 0.<, to be postmaster at Pottsville, Pa.; nominated 2576. 

Schroeder, S., to be advanced three numbers in grade of lieutenant- 
commander in Navy; nominated 31. 
to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 2876. 

Schueike, J. A., to be major and surgeon. Third United States Volun- 
teer Engineers; nominated 2738; confirmed 2875. 

Schuetse, W. H., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 
2871: confirmed 2876. 

SchuU. H. W., tobe second lieutenant of artillery. United States Army; 
nominated 2089: confirmed 2739. 

Schulz, E. H., to be first lieutenant, Corps of Engineers, United States 
Army; nominated 68; confirmed 102. 

Scobey, N. L.. to be postmaster at Newborn, Tenn.; nominated 971; 
connrmed ll63. 

Scott, A. B., to be captain. Thirteenth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 66; confirmed 193. 



- to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1247. 



Scott, B. O., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 

confirmed 2876. 
Scott, C. W., to be postmaster at Williamsport, Pa.; nominated 309; 

confirmed 375. 
Scott, D. H., to be postmaster at Griswold, Iowa; nominated 188; con- 
firmed 376. 
Scott, G. T., to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States Army; 

nominated 65; confirmed 194. 
Scott, W. P., to be advanced five numbers in grade of ensign in Navy; 

nominated 31. 
Scott, W. S., to be captain and assistant quartermaster. United States 

Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 307. 
to be major and assistant adjutant-seneral. United States Vol- 
unteers; nominated 70; confirmed lOl. 
Scott, W. W., to bo postmaster at Sewickly, Pa.; nominated 971; con- 
firmed 2100. 
Scribner, E. H., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 

2877. 
Seaman, J. D., to be postmaster at Tulsa, Ind. T.; nominated 133; 

confirmed 334. 
See, T. J. J., to be professor of mathematics in Navy; nominated 1560; 

confirmed 1680. 
Self ridge, J. B., to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; oonfirmed 

2876. 
Senn, T. J., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2878; 

confirmed 2878, 
Sensenoy, C. H., to be surveyor of customs for port of Wheeling, 

W. Va.; nominated 155; confirmed 333. 
Serumgard, O., to be register of land office at Devils Lake, N. Dak.; 

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Seton, H.. to be major, Twelfth United States Infantry; nominated 
474; confirmed. 

to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 1246. 

Sewell, J. S., to be lieutenant-colonel. First United States Volunteer 
Enarineers; nominated 018; confirmed 962. 

Sewell. R., to be first lieutenant, First United States Cavalry; nomi- 
nated 918; confirmed 1062. 

Sewell, W. E.. to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Seymour, I. K., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 3S; confirmed 19a 

Shaffer, C. F., to be postmaster at Laurel, Md.; nominated 365; con- 
firmed 70S. 

:ed States Volunteer 

bh United States In- 

nited States Army; 

rgeon. United States 

aance officer, United 

0. 

olunteer Engineers; 

tates Infantry; nom- 
ide of lieutenant in 
lominated 2871; con- 
nominated 6C6; con- 
united States Volun- 
Volunteer Infantry; 
are. Ark.; nominated 
; nominated G3; con- 
[ted Stat^ Infantry; 

I, Pa.; nominated 369. 
e Corps; nominated 

nominated 1795; con- 

[ass.; nominated 865; 

n Nayy; nominated 

. . . . ated 2873; confirmed 

287a 
Sheeto, A. W^^o be jrastmaster at Long Prairie, Minn. ; nominated 006; 

1 circuit; nominated 

Tnited States Army; 

i nominated 307; con- 

iTolunteer Infantry; 

ad United States In- 

fflcer, United States 

f.H.; nominated 188; 

handise; nominated 

3S Volunteer Signal 

Fnited States Infan- 

Volunteer Infantry; 

rgeon, United States 

8 Army; nominated 

Sbockley, A. W., to be maior and surgeon. Seventh United States 
Volxmteer Infantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Shoemaker, W. B., to be lieutenant in Navy ; nominated 32; confirmed 
190. 

Short, W. C, to be first lieutenant, Tenth United States Cavalry; nom- 
inated 473; confirmed 655. 

to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nominated 

1301. 

Shoup. W. C, to be captain. Second United States Volunteer Cavalry; 
nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Shumway, E. B. to be brevet colonel, United States Volunteers; nom- 
inated 1250. 

Shunk, F. B., to be captain, Cor];>s of Engineers, United States Army; 
nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Shurtleff, E. D., to be first lieutenant. Second United States Volun- 
teer Cavalry; nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Shuttleworth, E. A, to be first lieutenant. Eleventh United States 
Infantry: nominated 66; confirmed 193. 

Sibley, J. A., to be captain. Third United States Volunteer Infantry; 
noxninated 541; confirmed 656. 

Sickler, F. W., to be postmaster at Marshall, Minn.; nominated 366; 
confirmed 479. 

Sigerfoos, E., to be first lieutenant. Fifth United States Infantry; 
nominated 66; confirmed 193. 

Siraor, M. H., to bo lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 

Sigsbee, C. D., to be advanced three numbers in grade of captain in 
Navy; nominated 31. 

Sigsworth, J. M., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1247. 

Simmons, B. T., to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; 
nominated 1249. 



Executive Nominations and Ck>nfirmation8— Continued. 

Simmons, B. T., to be first lieutenant. Eighth United States Infantry; 
nominated 1251; confirmed 1302. 

Simmons, F., to be United States marshal for southern district of Ala- 
bama; nominated L54. 

Simonds, G., to be i>ostmaster at Victor, X. T.; nominated 188; con- 
firmed 834. 

Simonds, G. S., to be second lieutenant of infkntry, United States 
Army; nominated 2009; confirmed 2739. 

Simonaa L. B., to be first lieutenant. Sixteenth United States In- 
fantry geminated 1252; confirmed 1892. 

Simons, w. H., to be first lieutenant. Sixth United States Infantry; 
nominated 66; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Simpson, E. H., to be postmaster at Williams, Ariz.; nominated 1687: 
confirmed 1848. 

Simpson, H., ta be postmaster at Edna, Tex.; nominated 309; con- 
firmed 542. 

Simpson, W. K., to be chaplain. Fifth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Simpson, W. L., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 124^. 

to be captain. Fifth United States Infantry; nominated 1251; 

confirmed 1391. 

Simpson, W. S., to be second lieutenant. Tenth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Sinclair, C. A., to be major, Seventh United States Volunteer Infantry ; 
nominated 872; confirmed 476. 

Sinclair, G., to be ixMtmaster at Bitzville, Wash. ; nominated 2576; con- 
firmed 2740. 

Sinclair, J. S., to be chief boatswain in Navy; nominated 2878; con- 
firmed 2878. 

Sinclair, W., to be brigadier-general. United States Army; nominated 
IttlU; confirmed 1680. 

Singer, F., tobe advanced five numbers in grade of lieutenant-com- 
mander in Navy: nominated 704. 

to be^mmander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 2876. 

"^ ' ' ■ ""oms Blver, N. J.; nominated 

rd, Del.; nominated 187; con- 

benant. United States Army; 

)nang;o, N. Y.; nominated 971; 

hteenth United States Infan- 

ematlcs In Navy; nominated 

it. Second United States VoJ- 

lrmedl690. 

r; nominated 2872; confirmed 

1 States Volunteer Engineers; 
Colllngwood, Ontario; nomi- 
ds for district of Nantucket, 
bon, Me.; nominated 866; con- 
tenant. United Stales Army; 
bed States Army; nominated 
S. Dak.; nominated 869; con- 

rhth United States Volunteer 

7. 

t, United States Army; nom- 

Byron, N. T.; nominated 180; 

gton, Kans.; nominated 970; 

tieth United States Infantry; 

».w w« s/*«T«» v,u^vcMu, v/uAiwu Kjb<.w3 Army; nominated 1248. 

Smith, C. H., to be first lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 375: confirmed 479. 

to be captain. Third United States Volunteer Engineers; nomi- 
nated 374; confirmed 478. 

Smith, C. S., to be major, Ordnance Department, United States Army; 
nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Smith, D. B., to be postmaster at Opelika, Ala.; nominated 186. 

Smith, F. A., to be major and commissary of subsistence. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 71: confirmed 807. 

Smith, F. B., to be postmaster at Norwood, N. Y.; nominated 188; con- 
firmed 334. 

Smith, F. W., to be first lieutenant, Tenth United States Infantry; 
nominated 605; confirmed 808. 

to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nominated 

1390. 

Smith. G. L., to be collector of customs for district of Newark, N. J.; 
nominated 155; confirmed 218. 

Smith, G. W., to be postmaster at Eau Claire, Wis.; nominated 870; 
confirmed 542. 

Smith, H. A., to be first lieutenant. Third United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Smith. H. B., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States Army; 
nominated 60; confirmed 191. 

Smith, H. E., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nom- 
inated 125L 

Smith, H. E., to be lieutenant (junior grade) In Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

Sniith,J.A.B.,tobeconmiander InNavy; nominated 2871; confirmed 
2876. 

Smith, J. C, to be second lieutenant. Ninth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 373; confirmed 477. 

Smith, J. D.. to be postmaster at Catskill, N. Y.; nominated 606; con- 
firmed 1690. 

Smith, J. H., to be lieutenant-colonel, Twelfth United States Infan- 
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Smith, J. H.» to be brevet colonel. United States Army; nominated 1245. 

Smith, J. T., to be lientenant-commander in IXkvji nominated 2872; 
conflmiAd 2877. 

Smith, L. E., to be second lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Elnffineers; nominated 474; eonflrmed 660. 

Smith, M. F., to be first lieutenant. Nineteenth United States Infan- 
try; nominated 006; eonflrmed 808. 

to be brevet captain. United States Armyj_ nominated 124S. 

Smith. M. H., to be major. First United States Vofamteer Engineers; 
nominated 069; confirmed 972L 

Smith, P. H., to be chief boatswain in Nary; nominated 2B73; con- 
firmed 2878. 

Smith, R K., to be passed assistant surseon in Navy; nominated 1610. 

Smith, S. A., to be postmaster at Amencns, Qtu; nominated 187; con- 
firmed 1848. 

Smith, T. B.. to be postmaster at Livingston, Ala.; nominated 2235; 

bates Infan- 

edl247. 
bates Infan- 

ates Army; 

dnated 187; 
nominated 
confirmed 

[nated2236; 

ites Army; 

ed2874. 
nominated 

med 2876. 
oinated 367; 

inaied 1688; 

; confirmed 

Sorley, L. S., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 

Souer, li. J., to be eol]eetorofintemaIrevennef<»r district of Louisiana; 
nominated 156; confirmed 218. 

Sontherland, W. H. H.. to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nomi- 
nated 2871; confirmed 2876. 

Spalding, G^ to be postmaater at Monroe, Mich. ; nominated 1881; con- 
firmed21fl0. 

Spalding, H. M., to be postmaster at Gtoldendale, Wash.; nominated 
2576; confirmed 2879. 

Spaulding, O. L., to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States 
Army; nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Spear, IE. W., to be chief engineer in Bevenoe-Ctitter Service; nomi- 
nated 155; confirmed 900. 

Spear, L., to be naval constructor in Navy; nominated 62; confirmed 

Spence, C. F., to be captain. Sixth United States Volunteer Infantry; 

nominated 872; confirmed 476. 
Spence, B. E. L., to be first lieutenant, Sixteenth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 67; confirmed 193. 

to be l»revet captain. United States Army: nominated 1390. 

Spence, S. E., to be second lieutenant. Sixth United States Volunteer 

Infiintrv; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 
Sperry* E- F., to be pension agent at Des Moines, Iowa; nominated 6S; 

confirmed 189. 
Speyers, A. B., to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 

2876. 
Spicer, W. F., to be major, United States Marine Corps; nominated 

2870; confirmed 2875. 
Spotts, B. L., to be captain and assistant adjutant-general, United 

States Volunteers; nominated 70: confirmed 191. 
Spraguo, V. Bm to be postmaster at McArthur, Ohio; nominated 607; 

confirmed 1600. 
Spriggs, F. B., to be Indian agent at Nevada Agency, Nev.; nomi- 
nated ea. 
Springer, A., to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; 
nominated 1249. 

to be first lieutenant. Tenth United States Infantry; nominated 

1251: confirmed 1302. 
Sproul, J. W., to be postmaster at Abington, Mas&; nominated 1688; 

confirmed 1848. 
Spurgin, D. G., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-first United States In- 
fantry; nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

to bo brevet captain, united States Army; nominated 1247. 

Squier, G. O., tobe lieutenant-colonel and signal oflicer, United States 

Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 190. 
to be first lieutonant. Signal Corps, United States Army; nom- 
inated 2393; confirmed 2874. 
Squire, J. F., to be register of land office at Glenwood Springs, Colo.; 

nominated 63: confirmed 189. 
Souires, G., to be second lieutenant and signal officer, United States 

Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 190. 
Stackpole. E. S., to be jrastmaster at Deerlodge, Mont.; nominated 

366; .confirmed 007. 
Stacy, L., to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1«M9. 
Strffford,J.,to bo captain. Eighth United States Infantry; nomianted 

66; confirmed 192. 
Stamper, W.Y., tobe captain, Twenty-first United States Infantry; 

nominated 66; confirmed 192. 
Stanley, D.S., to be first lieutenant. Fourth United States Infantry; 

nominated 1251; confirmed 1393. 
Stanton, C. E., to be additional paymaster, United States Volunteers; 

nominated 73; confirmed 300. 
Stanton, W., to be brevet major. United States Army: nominated 12^16. 
Stan worth, C. S., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; con- 
firmed .'2877. 
8tarbird,A.A.,to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States 

Army; nominated 65; confirmed 194. 



Xxecutive Naminatioxis azid Gonfirmations— GontiiiQed. 

Starr,C.G.,tobe major and inspector-general, United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 70; confirmed 191. 

to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Volunteers; nom- 
inated 12S0. 

Starr, S., to be second lieutenant. Ninth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 873: confirmed 477. 

Staunton, S. A., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 
2871; confirmed 2876. 

Stearns, C. D., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2878. 

Steams, F. P., to be postmaster at Shawnee, OUa.; nominated 579; 
confirmed 704. 

Stedman, C. A., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1247. 

Steedman, B. B., to be captain. Eleventh United States Lifontry; 
nominated 66, 2576; confirmed 198, 287S. 

to t>e brevet miajor. United States Army; nominated IJMS. 

Steele, A. J., to be postmaster at David City, Nebr.; non^iated 1688; 
confirmed 1892. 

Steele, M F., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 

Steele, M. W., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1247; withdrawn, 2000. 

Steele, B. E., to be chaplain in Navy; nominated 62; confirmed 180. 

Steele, W. C, to be postmaster at Brownsville, Pa.; nominated 607; 
confirmed 1304. 

Steer, S. L., to be first lieutenant and asdstant surgeon. United States 
Army; nominated 164; confirmed 809. 

Steiguer, L. B. de, to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; con- 
firmed 2877. 

Steiner, L., to be postmaster at Austin, Nov.; nominated 866; con- 
firmed 375. 

Stephens, J. F , to be first lieutenant, Tenth United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 193. 

Stephen?, T. H., to be postmaster at Gadsden, Ala.; nominated 186; 
confirmed 334. 

Stephens, W. O., to be postmaster at Delta, Cola; nominated 187; 
confirmed 834. 

Stem, P. H., to be first lieutenant. Fifth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

to be captain. Fifth United States Volunteer Infantry; nomi- 
nated 1432; confirmed 1689. 

Sternberg, T., to be additional paymaster. United States Volunteers; 
nominated 72: confirmed 309. 

Stetson, F. T., ro be first lieutenant. Third United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 193. 

Steuerwald, C, to be postmaster at Hudson, Midi.; nominated 1795; 
confirmed 2144. 

Stevens, C. J., to be caiJtain, Second United States Cavalry; nomi- 
nated 64; confirmed 195. 

to be brevet major. United States Army: nominated U47. 

Stevens, C. L., to be postmaster at Clinton, Mass.; nominated 2230; 
confirmed 2799. 

Stevens, E. B., to be first lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 371; confirmed 475. 

Stevens, G. W. S., to benaojor and signal officer. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 72; confirmed 806. 

Stevens, P. C, to be additional paymaster, United States Volunteers; 
nominated 73; confirmed 309. 

Stevens, B. B., to be captain. Sixteenth United States Infantry; 
nominated 2394; confirmed 2875. 

Stevens, T. H., to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 
2876. 

Stevenson, H. N., to be commander In Navy; nominated 2871; con- 
firmed 2876. 

Steward, F. B., to be second lieutenant, Elighth United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 541; confirmed 656. 

Stewart, G. M., to be iKjstmaster at Seattle, Wash.; nominated 2874; 
confirmed 2879. 

Siewart, J. A., to be postmaster at Edgemont, S. Dak.; nominated 
369; confirmed 479. 

Stewart, M. B., to be first lieutenant. First United States Infantry; 
nominated 1252; confirmed 1392. 

Stewart, B. M., to be xxsstmaster at Mercer, Pa.; nominated 369; con- 
firmed 1304. 

Stewart, W. F., to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States 
Army: nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Sticht, J. L., to bo lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmea^78. 

Stickle, H. W.; to be second lieutenant of engineers. United States 
Army; nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Stickney, G. F., to be captain. Third United States Volunteer Engi- 
neers; nominated 1390; confirmed 1600. 

Stickney, H. C, to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2372; confirmed 
2877. 

Stickney, W. R. to be postmaster at National Stock Yards, ID.; nom- 
inated 1795, 2738; confirmed 1989, 2880. 

Still wagon, H. S., to be postmaster at Bosemont, Pa.; nominated 3r>0; 
confirmed 1304. 

Stirling, Y., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2373; 
confirmed 2878. 

Stogsdall, B. B., to be first lieutenant. Fourth United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

Sookes, M. B., to be first lieutenant. Tenth United States Infantrv; 
nominated 68; confirmed 103. 

Stone, C. M., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Stone, J., to be supervising inspector of steam vessels for ninth dis- 
trict; nominated 154; confirmed 218. 

Stoner, W. A., to be postmaster at Waco, Tex.; nominated 360; con- 
firmed 542. 

Stoney, G. M., to be lieutenant-commandor in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2877. 

Stotsenburg, J. M., to be captain, Sixth United States CJavalry; nom- 
inated 918; confirmed 1082. 

Stoucb, G. W. H., to be maior. Twentieth United States Infantry; 
nominated 605; confirmed 803. 

Stout, H. H., to be first lieutenant, Ordnance Department, United 
States Army; nominated 64; confirmed 196. 

to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nominated 

1249. 

Stoutt, W. H., to be postmaster at Uhrichsvllle, Ohio; UOTtiinated 
2738; confirmed 2860. 



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Straat, J. N., to be second lieutenant. Twenty-flfth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 09; confirmed 191. 

Stratton, G. W,, to be postmaster at AddJsonf N. Y.; nominated 188; 
conflrmod 334. 

Straoss, J., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 22877. 

Strawu. C. F., to be postmaster at Qnakertown, Fa.; nominated 1793; 
oonfirmed 2879. 

Street, H. L., to bo captain and commissary of snbsistence. United 
States Volxintdcrs; nominated 71; confirmed 808. 

Streeter, H. M., to be postmaster at Biyerside, Cal.; nominated 187; 
confirmed 656. 

Stretch, J. F., to be major, Eighth United States Infantry; nominated 
474; confirmed 655. 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1245. 

Striokler, A., to be postmaster at Hummelstown, Pa.; nominated 2236; 
oonfirmed 2739. 

Strite, S. M., to be lientenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2S77. 

Stritzinger, F. G., to be first lientenant. Twenty-third United States 
Infantry; nominated 67: confirmed 194. 

Stronff, H. G., to be second lientenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Engmeers; nominated 1390; confirmed 1690. 

Strong, P. B., to be major and assistant adjutant-general. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 73; confirmed 909. 

Strong, B. P., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United 
States Army; nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

Strong, B. P., to be lieutenant-colonel and signal officer, United States 
Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed aUB. 

Stuart, E. B., to be first lieutenant. Corps of Engineers, United States 
Army; nominated 43?; confirmed 655. 

Stuart, G. W., to be Recond lieutenant of infantry, United States 
Army; nominated 2090; confirmed 2780. 

Sturdevant, B. M., to be chief engineer in Beyenue-Oatter Service; 
nominated 1^ confirmed 218. 

Bturtevant, C. w., to bo captain. Third United States Volunteer Engi- 
neers: nominated 1990: confirmed 1680. 

Sturtevant, G., to be first lieutenant, Twenty-^third United States 
Infantry; nominated 1251; confirmed 1302. 

Styer, H. 1)., to be captain. Sixteenth United States Infkntry; nomi- 
nated 1251; confirmed 1301. 

Sullivan, B. H., to be re gist er of land office at Peavy, Ala^a; nomi- 
nated 2787; confirmed 2788. 

Sullivan, F. D., to bo lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2872; confirmed 2878. 

Sullivan, J. L., to be postmaster at St. Marys, Ohio; nominated 2236; 
confirmed 2740. 

Summerhajres, J. W^ to be major and quartermaster, United States 
Army; nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Snnuners, T. O^ to be major and brigade surgeon. United States Vol- 
unteers; nominated 70; confirmed 190. 

Summers, W. S., to be United States attorney for district of Ne- 
braska; nominated 333; confirmed 838. 

Sumner, G. W., toberear-admiralin Navy; nominated 2870; confirmed 
2Grr6. 

Sumner. S. 8., to be midor-general. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 70; confirmed 190. 

Surles, W. H., to be postmaster at East Liverpool, Ohio; nominated 
16S9; confirmed 1802. 

Sutton, J., to be chief boatswain in Navy; nominated 2878; confirmed 

9S7S 

bth United States Oavalry; 

tin, Minn.; nominated 1688; 

nited States Voluntoor Sig- 

1. 

States Cavalry; nominated 

th United States Volunteer 

0. 

rrade) in Navy; nominated 

tant quartermaster. United 

meddOd. 

e) in Navy; nominated 2873; 

mce, Iowa; nominated 1GS8; 

exited States Infantry; nom- 

jistence. United States Vol- 
unteers; nominated 71; confirmed 308. 

Talcott, W. A., to be second lieutenant of inftmtry. United States 
Army; nominated 154; confirmed 800. 

Talley, F. F., to be postmaster at New Bichmond, Ohio; nominated 
607; confirmed 1350. 

Tamplin, B. H., to be postmaster at Hull, Iowa; nominated 168; con- 
firmed 37G. 

Taunatt, E. T., to bo second lieutenant. Second United States Volun- 
teer Engiueors; nominated 375; confirmed 479. 

Tanner, E. W., to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States 
Army; nominated 63; confirmed 194. 

Tappan, B., to be advanced five numbers in grade of lieutenant in 
Navy; nominated 81. 

Tarbox, G., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2377. 

Taussig, £. D., to be commander in Navy; nominated 81; confirmed 
190/^ 

Tawes, J. C, to be collector of customs for eastern district of Mary- 
land; nominated 155; confirmed 218. 

Taylor, C, to be surveyor of customs for port of Omaha, Nebr. ; nomi- 
nated 1350; confirmed 2788. 

Taylor, C. w., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 

Taylor, D. M., to be major. Ordnance Department, United States 

Army; nominated 68; oonfirmed 102. 
Taylor, E., to be first lieutenant. Twelfth United States Infantry; 

nonrinatod 67; confirmed 198. 

to be brevet caotain. United States Army; nominated 1390. 

Taiylar, E. D., to be postmaster at Orange Valley, N. J.; nominatod 

1688; confirmed 2100. 
Taylor^. M., to be second lientenant. First United States Volunteer 

Engineers; nominated 375; confirmed 478. 
-^— to be first lieutenant. First United States Volunteer Engineers; 

nominated 375; confirmed 478. 



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Taylor, F. T., to be postmaster at Hard wick, Vt.; nominated 870; con- 
firmed 542. 

Taylor, G. L., to be second lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 
Engineers: nominated 375; confirmed 478. 

Taylor, H. A., to be Assistant Secretary of the Treasury; nominated 
1795; confirmed 2100. 

Tavlor, H. C to be advanced five numbers in grade of captain in 
Navy; nominated 31. 

Taylor, J. D., to bo second lieutenant of infantry, United States Army; 
nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Taylor, J. E., to be captain. Fifth United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Taylor, J. J. , to be postmaster at Cornwall on the Hudson, N. Y. ; nomi- 
nated 2738; confirmed 288U. 

Taylor, J. L.. to be postmaster at Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.; nominated 367; 
confirmed 656. 

Taylor M., to be postmaster at Schenectady, N. Y.; nominated 63; 
confirmed 218. 

Taylor, M. D., to be register of land office at St. Cloud, Minn. ; nomi- 
nated 63; confii*med 189. 

Taylor, M. M., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2872; confirmed 2878. 

Taylor, W. D., to be captain. Third United States Volunteer Engi- 
neers; nominated 375; confirmed 479. 

Tavlor, W. L., to be brevet captain. United States Army, nominated 

Tayman, C. H, to be captain and assistant quartermaster. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 808. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Teague, B. S., to be captain. Fifth United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 872; confirmed 476. 

Tebbetts, H. H., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nominated 1251. 
■ to be first lieutenant. Seventeenth United States Infantry ; nom- 
inated 1252; confirmed 1302. 

Teeling, J. G.. to be postmaster at Charles City, Iowa; nominated 1795; 
confirmed 1848. 

Terhune, W. J., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Terrett, C. P., to be brevet major,United States Army; nominated 1246. 

Terwilliger. C. S., to be postmaster at Gamer, Iowa; nominated 579: 
confirmed 704. 

Tharp, L., to be second lieutenant. Ninth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominatod 878; confirmed 477. 

Thayer, A^ to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Theaker, a. A., to be brevet brigadier-general. United States Army; 
nominated 1^45. 

Theiss, E„ to bo lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

Thibault, G. E., to be postmaster at Clayton. N. Y.; nominated 189; 
confirmed 334. 

Thomas, C, to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Thomas, C. M., to be captain in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 2876. 

Thomas, C. O., to bo captain. Eighth United States Volunteer Infan- 
try; nominated 878; oonfirmed 476. 

Thomas, E. D., to be major. Eighth United States Cavalry; nominated 
2303; confirmed 2875. 

Thomas, J. A., to be first lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 871; confirmed 475. 

Thomas, J. E., to be postmaster at Belleville, HL; nominated 187; con- 
firmed 875. 

Thomas, J. H., to be postmaster at Carbondale, Pa.; nominated 971; 
confirmed 1304. 

Thomas, J. B., to be brevet captain. United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 1251. 

Thomas, T. C, to be first lieutenant, Third United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 873; confirmed 478. 

Thomas, W. B., to bo captain. Third United States Volunteer Engi- 
neers; nominated 139'J; confirmed 1690. 

Thomason, H. D. , to bo major and brigade surgeon, United States Vol- 
unteers; nominated 72; confirmed 309. 

Thompson, A. C, to be United States judge for southern district of 
Ohio; nominated 154; confirmed 338. 

Thompson, A. G., to be captain. United States Volunteer Signal Corps; 
nominated 018; confirmed 1082. 

Thompson, C. B., to be major and chief quartermaster. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed m7. 

Thompson, F.,to be civil engineer in Navy; nominated 02; confirmed 

Thompson, G. L., to be postmaster at Kings Park, N. Y.; nominated 

G3; confirmod 218. 
Thompson, J. C. to be postmaster at Dickinson, N. Dak.; nominated 

i^iti; confirmed 2740. 
Thompson, J. K., to bo captain. Thirteenth United States Infantry; 

nominated 1251; confirmed VJQl. 
Thompson, J. T.. to be lieutenant-colonel and chief ordnxmce officer, 

United States Volunteers; nomiuatod 72; confirmed dim. 
Thompson. L. S.. to bo lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 

2873; confirmed 2878. 
Thompson, M. L., to be postmaster at Georgetown, Ohio; nominated 

C07; confirmod 1350. 
Thompson, B. E., to be lieutenant-colonel and signal ofUcer, United 

States Volunteers: nominated 72; confirmed 808. 
Thompson. T. E., to be postmaster at Howard, Kans.; nominated 2236; 

confirmed 2739. 
Thompson. T. S., tobeiiay inspector in Navy; nominated 02; confirmed 

189. 
Thorn, S. F^ to be major and commissary of subsistence. United States 

Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 307. 
Thome, G. E., to bo socondlicuteuant of infantry, United States Army; 

nominated 60; confirmed 191. 
Threlkeld, H. L., to be first lieutenant. Thirteenth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 66; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet ^ntain. United States Army ; nominated 1JB48. 

Throckmorton, H. W., to be second lieutenant. Fourth United States 

Volunteer Inwntry; nominated 874; confirmed 478. 
Tibbals, F. L., to be postmaster at Milford, Conn.; nominatod 2236; 

confirmed 2730. 
Tiepke, H. E., to be oaptain and oommissary of subsistonoe. United 

States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 806. 
Tifi^any, W., to be second Ueutenant, First United States Vdlimteer 

Cavalry; nominated 871; oonflrmad 474. 



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Tildeu, J. Gm to be chief carpenter in Navy; nominated 2874; con> 
firmed 2879. 

Tilley. G. H., to be captain. United States Volunteer Signal Corps; 
nominated 054; confirmed 803. 

Tilley, G. T., to be postmaster at Berkley, Va.; nominated 870; con- 
firmed 706. 

Tillman, B. J., to be second lieutenant, Seventh United States Infan- 
try; nominated 68; confirmed 191. 

Tinker, A. M., to be Indian inspector; nominated 62; confirmed 310. 

Tisdale, R. D., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Todd, C. C, to be second lieutenant, Third United States Infantry; 
nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Todd, W. D., to be postmaster at Northport, Wash.; nominated 370; 
confirmed 658. 

Toffey, J. J., to be second4ieutenant. Sixteenth United States Infantry; 
nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Tompkins, F., to be first lieutenant, Second United States Cavalry; 
nominated 65; confirmed 195. 

Torrey, Z. W., to bo brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1245. 

Towar, A. S.. to be lieutenant-colonel and deputy paymaster-general, 
United States Army; nominated 1652; confirmed 1796. 

Tower, C. to be United States ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary to Russia; nominated 541; confirmed 607. 

Tower, F. A., to be postmaster at Concord, Mass.; nominated 188; con- 
firmed 334. 

Townsend, R. M., to be major and commissarv of subsistence. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 71 ; confirmea 307. 

Townsley, C. P., to be major and chief ordnance o£9cer. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 72: confirmed 308. 

Towson, B. L., to be second lieutenant. Sixth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 474; confirmed 655. 

Toyo. G. C, to be postmaster at Northwood, Iowa; nominated 579; 
confirmed 1560. 

Tracy ^ E. H., to be captain, Seventh United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nommated541; confirmed G56. 

Train, C. J., to be captain in Navy; nominated 32; confirmed 190. 

Train,'S. S., to be postmaster at Albany, Greg.; nominated 63; con- 
firmed 218. 

Trainer, T. W.,to bo second lieutenant, Fifth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

to be first lieutenant, Fifth United States Volunteer Infantry; 

nominated 1652; confirmed 1796. 

Traphagen, J. I., to bo postmaster at Suffem, K. Y.; nominated 2788; 
confirmed 2880. 

Traub, P. E., to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 
1251. 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Traut, F. A., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Wavy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2876. 

Tread well. T. C. to be captain. United States Marine Cori>s; nomi- 
nated 2870; confirmed 2875. 

Treat, C. G., to be major and assistant adjutant-general. United States 
Volunteers; nominated 541; confirmed 666. 

Trench, M. E., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 287a 

Trent. G. T., to be first lieutenant, Sixth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Trilley. J., to be captain in Navy: nominated 2870: confirmed 2876. 

Trodo, N. J., to bo receiver of public moneys at Circle, Alaska; nomi- 
nated 63: confirmed 189. 

Trott, C. A. , to bo second lieutenant of infantry. United States Army; 
nominated 2009; confirmed 2739. 

Truby, A. E., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon, United 
States Army; nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

Trubv, W. F., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United 
States Army; nominated 154; confirmed 309. 

True, T. E., to be major and quartermaster. United States Army; 
nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Tschappatt, W. H., to be first lieutenant. Ordnance Department, 
United States Army; nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

Tuck, W. G.. to be postmaster at Annapolis, Md.; nominated 1795; con- 
firmed 2100. 

Tucker, W. H., to be postmaster at Toledo, Ohio; nominated 180; con- 
firmed 334. 

Tull. S. 8., to be ];>08tmaster at Monon, Ind.; nominated 1795; confirmed 
1883. 

Tullar, J. D., to be postmaster at Jordan, N. T.; nominated 63; con- 
firmed 220. 

Tupes, H., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-first United States Infantry; 
nominated 1:352: confirmed 1392. 

Turman, R. S., to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; 
nominated 1^9. 

Tumbull, W., to be major and brigade surgeon, United States Vol- 
unteers: nominated 72; confirmea 309. 

Turner, G. S., to be second lieutenant, Eighth United States Infantry; 
nominated 60; confirmed 191. 

Turner, J. D., to be second lieutenant, Fifth United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 2393; confirmed 2875. 

Turner, w. J., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1245. 

Turrill, H. S., to be lieutenant-colonel and chief surgeon. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 308. 

Tntherly, H. E., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1347. 

Tweedale, J., to be major and assistant chief of Record and Pension 
Office, War Department; nominated 2874; confirmed 2879. 

Twining, N. C to be lieutenant (junior grrade) in Navy; nominated 
31; confirmed 190. 

to lie lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 

TwisS} W. H.. to be i>ostmaster at Ashland, Mass.; nominated 1796; 
confirmea 1892. 

Twombly, H. H., to be additionalpaymaster, United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 72; confirmed 300. 

Tyson, I. W., to be postmaster at Schuylkill Haven, Pa.; nominated 
2874. 

Ulino, W., to be brevet captain, United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Underwood, E. B., to be lieutenant-commaader in Navy; nominated 
2871; confirmed 2876. 

Underwood, T. H., to be captain, Fifth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 



Evocative Nominations and Confirmations— Continued. 

Upham, F. B., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confirmed 2878. 

Usher, F. M.C., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon, United 
States Army; nominated 154; confirmed 300. 

Usher, N. R., to be lieutenant-comnuinder in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2877. 

Utter, F. R. , to be ipostmaster at Friendship, N. T. ; nominated 606; con- 
firmed 2789. 

Vail, P. R., to be postmaster at Ely, Minn.; nominated 366; confirmed 
479. 

Valentine, W. C. to be second lieutenant. Nineteenth United States 
Infantry; nominated 60; confirmed 191. 

Vance, Z. B., to be captain. Third United States Infantry; nominated 
1^1; confirmed 139L 

Van Deman, R. H., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-first United States 
Infantry: nominated 66; confirmed 193. 

Vanderpoel, F. A., to be i>ostmaster at Park Rapids, Minn. ; nominated 
608: confirmed 804. 

Van Deventer, H., to be captain. Sixth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 872; confirmed 476. 

Van Duyne, F. W., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States 
Army; nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Van Horn, R. O., to be second lieutenant, Seventeenth United States 
Infantry; nominated 68: confirmed 191. 

Van Home, W. M., to be lieutenant-colonel Eighteenth United States 
Infantry; nominated 65; confirmed 192. 

to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army ; nominated 

1245. 

Van Liew, F. T., to be captain. Second United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 66; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet nudor, United States Army; nominated 1245. 

Van Lucas, E. W., to be captain. Corps of Engineers, United States 
Army; nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Van Mater, G., to be chief sailmaker in Navy; nominated 2874; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Van Omum, J. L., to be captain. Third United States Volunteer En- 
gineers; nominated 375; confirmed 479. 

to be major. Third United States Volunteer Engineers; nomi« 

nated 874: confirmed 478. 

Van Orsdale, J. T., to be brevet major, United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1246. 

Van Vliet, R. C, to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 
1245. 

Van Wormer, J. L., tobe postmaster at West Plains, Ma; nominated 
63; confirmed 656. 

Vardaman, J. K. . to be major. Fifth United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 2303; confirmed 2875. 

Vaughan, B. F., to be postmaster at Heppner, Oreg.; nominated 368: 
confirmed 666. 

Vaughan, C. B., to be postmaster at Seguin, Tex.; nominated 370; 
confirmed 542. 

Vaughn, V. C, to be brevet lieutenant-colonel, United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 1250. 

Vaupel, L.. to be postmaster atMorgranfield,Ey.; nominated 970; con- 
firmed 1490. 

Vedder, H. W., to be postmaster at Waterford, N. Y.; nominated 867; 
confirmed 656. 

Veeder, L. C, to be postmaster at Cherryvale, Sans.; nominated 364; 
confirmed 479. 

Veeder, T. D. W., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 
2871; confirmed 2876. 

Venable, C. H., to be chief gunner in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 
2879. 

Vidmer, G., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1251. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Viele, C. D., to be brlKadier-general, United States Volunteers; nom- 
inated 70; confirmed 190. 

Viele, M. A., to be captain. First United States Volunteer Engineers; 
nominated 875; confirmed 478. 

Vincent, E. W., to be first lieutenant. Second United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 374; confirmed 477. 

Vincent, M. D.. to be postmaster at Goldfield, Colo.; nominated 970; 
confirmed 1214. 

Vinson, W. L., to bo postmaster at Lufkin, Tex. ; nominated 607; con- 
firmed 804. 

Vogdes, C. B., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 

Vogelgesang, C. T., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
28?i; confirmed 28^. 

Voight, L., to be surveyor of customs for irart of Cincinnati, Ohio; 
nominated 155; confirmed 2738. 

VoBburgh, P. H., to be postmaster at Matteawan, N. Y.; nominated 
367: confirmed 656. 

Vreeland, C. E., tobe lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Vreelaud. E., to be i>ostmaster at Dundee, N. Y.; nom&iated 63; con- 
firmed 218. 

Waddy, J. R., to be i>ostmaster at Norfolk, Va.; nominated 870; con- 
flrmei 705. 

Wadhams, A. V., to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; con- 
firmed 2876. 

Wagner, A. L., to be brevet colonel. United States Army; nominated 

Wagner, H., to be lieutenant-colonel. Fourth United States Cavalry; 
nominated 04; confirmed 195. 

Wagner, H. S., to be second lieutenant. Eighth United States Infantry; 
nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Wain Wright, R.. to be advanced ten numbers In grade of lieutenant- 
commander in Navy ; nominated 81. 

to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 2876. 

Wainwright, R. P. P., to be brevet major, United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1251. 

to be brevet lien tenant-colonel, United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1245. 

Waldo, L. A., to be postmaster at C^nisteo, N. Y.; nominated 189; 
confirmed 834. 

Waldron, A. E., to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States 
Army; nominated 2099; confirmed 2739 

Walker, E. S., to be captain, Second United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 606; confirmed 808. 

Walker, G. B., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 



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Walker, H. P., to be first lieutenant. First United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 375; confirmed 478. 

Walker. J. W. Q., to be civil engineer in Navy; nominated 82; con- 
firmed 189. 

Walker, K., to be first lieutenant, Sixth United States Cavalry; nom- 
inated 9l8;confirmed 1083. 

Walker, K. W., to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; 
nominated 1248. 

Walker, M. L.. to be first lieutenant. Ck>rp8 of Engineers, United States 
Army; nominated 68; confirmed 193. 

Walker, P. E. M., to be second lieutenant. Sixteenth United States 
Infantry; nominated 68; confirmed 181. 

Walker, B. B., to be captain. United States Marine Gori>s; nominated 
2870; confirmed 2875. 

Walker, W. M., to be captain. Fifth United States Volunteer Infan- 
try; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

WaUace, E. J., to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States 
Army; nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Wallace, H. S^ to be additional paymaster. United States Volunteers; 
nominated 73; confirmed 809. 

Wallace, W., to be first lieutenant. Seventh United States Infantry; 
nominated 66; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Wallach, R., to be major. United States Marine Corps; nominated 2870; 
confirmed 2875. 

Wallach, B. B., to be second lieutenant of Artillery, United States 
Army; nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Waller, A. T., to be first lieutenant, Eii^th United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 874; confirmed 478. 

Walling, B. T.. to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2872; 
confirmed 2877. 

Walsh, J. J., to be chief gunner in Navy; nominated 2878; confirmed 
2879. 

Walsh, W., tobechief gunner iuNavy; nominated 2873; oonflrmed2879. 

Waltemeyer. J. S., to be chief carpenter in Navy; nominated 2874; 
confirmed 2879. 

Walton. F. T., to be first lieutenant. Ninth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 374; confirmed 478. 

Walton, B. F., to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; 
nominated 1249. 

Waltz, M. F., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 1245. 

Walworth, J. P., to be collector of customs for district of Pearl Blver, 
Miss.; nominated 155; confirmed . 

Wansboro, T. A., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 
nominated 1249. 

Warburton, E. T., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 
2872; confirmed 2877. 

Ward, A..^ be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; con- 
firmed 2876. 

Ward, B. L., to be postmaster at Cambridge, N. T.; nominated 367; 
confirmed 666. 

Ward. H. H., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 2873; 
confirmed 2878. 

Ward, P. T., to be chief carpenter in Navy; nominated 2878; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Ward, T. W., to be cantain. Third United States Volunteer Engineers; 
nominated 474; confirmed 666. 

Waring, J. K., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 

Warner, W. S., to be receiver of public moneys at Bapid City, S. Dak. ; 
nominated 2576; confirmed 2874. 

Warren, H. H., to be brevet captain, United States Volunteers; nomi- 
nated 1250. 

Wasdin, B., to be surgeon in Marine-Hospital Service; nominated 
155; confirmed 217. 

Washington, P., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 
2878. 

Washington, T., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Washington, W., to be first lieutenant. Eighth United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 873; confirmed 476. 

Wassell, W. M., to be first lieutenant. Twenty-second United States 
Infantry; nominated 66; confirmed 193. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Waterhouse, S. M., to oe first lieutenant and as^tant surgeon, United 
States Army; nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

Watkins, B. H., to be second lieutenant, Second United States In- 
fantry; nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Watkins, M. W., to be chief sailmaker in Navy; nominated 2874; con- 
firmed 2879. 

Watson, D. K., to be commissioner to revise and codify the criminal 
and penal laws of United States; nominated 154; confirmed 375. 

Watson, F., to be chief sailmaker in Navy; nominated 2874; confirmed 
2879. 

Watson, F. B., to be first lieutenant. Second United States Infantry; 
nominated 1251; confirmed 1392. 

Watson, J. C, to be rear-admiral in Navy; nominated 2870; confirmed 
2875. 

Watson, J. W., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1251. 

to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army; nominated 

1245. 

Watson, N. H., to be postmaster at Western Springs, III. ; nominated 
1795; confirmed 1939. 

Watters, J., to be postmaster at Evans City, Pa.; nominated 607; con- 
firmed 1304. 

Way, H. N., to be second lieutenant of infantry, United States Army; 
nominated 2099; confirmed 2739. 

Weaver, E. I., to be postmaster at Angelica, N. T.; nominated 367; 
confirmed 656. 

Weaver, J. N., to be postmaster at Sayre, Pa.; nominated 2738; con- 
firmed 2880. 

Webb, C. C, to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Volunteers; 
nominated 1250. 

Webb, W. B., to be second lieutenant. Sixteenth United States In- 
fantry: nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Webre, J., to be naval officer of customs in district of Now Orleans, 
La.; nominated 2874. 

Webster, A. 1>., to be postmaster at Orangeburg, S. C; nominated 
2738; confirmed 2880. 

Webster, G. O., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 
1246. 



Executive Nominations and ConflrmationB— Continaed. 

Webster, H., to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; confirmed 

2876. 
Webster, L. C, to be major, United States Marine Oorps; nominated 

2870; confirmed 2875. 
Weeks, A. J., to be postmaster at CorrectionviUe, Iowa; nominated 

188; confirmed 376. 
Weeks, G. McD., to be first lieutenant. Fifteenth United States In- 
fantry: nominated 67; confirmed 193. 
Weeks, M. M., to be second lieutenant. Twenty-first United States In- 
fantry; nominated 68; confirmed 191. 
Weeks, S. O., to be surveyor of customs for port of Patchogue, N. T.; 

nominated 155; confirmed 218. 
Weete, L., to be postmaster at Cohunbns, Tex.; nominated 971; con- 
firmed 1163. 
Wehrli. W. W., to be postmaster at Mound City, Ma; nominated 366; 

confirmed 972. 
Weigel, W., to be captain and assistant quartermaster. United States 

Volunteers: nominated 71; confirmed 808. 
Weightman, B., to be Bock Creek Park commissioner; nominated 62; 

confirmed 375. 
Weiser, C, to be captain and commissary of subsistence. United States 

Volunteers; nominated 71: confirmed 807. 
Welbom, 1. C., to be brevet first lieutenant, United States Army; 

nominated 1249, 1251. 
Welch, L. M., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; 

nominated 1249. 
Weller, J. B., to be postmaster at Bardstown, Ky.; nominated 1688; 

confirmed 1848. 
Welles, B., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 31; confirmed 190. 
Wells, A. B., to be lieutenant-colonel, Ninth United States Cavalry; 

nominated 2303; confirmed 2875. 
Wells, B. H., to be first lieutenant. Second United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 1248. 

Wells, B. W. , to be lieutenant in Navy : nominated 2872; confirmed 2877. 
Wells, C, to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2878; confirmed 2878. 
Wells, F. L., to be first lieutenant. Eleventh United States Infantry; 

nominated 67: confirmed 194. 
Wells, B. S., to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States Army; 

nominated 65; confirmed 194. 
Welsh, W. E., to be first lieutenant. Tenth United States Infantry; 

nominated 67; confirmed 194. 
Wentworth, A. B., to be surgeon in Navy; nominated 605; confirmed 

972. 
Wessells, H. W. , to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army; 

nominated 1245. 
West, F., to be brevet major. United States Arniy; nominated 1246. 
West, H. T., to be second lieutenant of artillery. United States Army; 

nominated 65; confirmed 194. 
West, P. W., to be major and commissary of subslBtence, United 

States Volunteers; nominated 71; confli*med 306. 
West. B. B., to be postmaster at Caruthersville, Mo.; nominated 1388; 

confirmed 1848. 
Westerfleld, J. fl., to be captain. Third United States Volunteer En- 

W Sneers; nominated 1390; confirmed 1680. 
estnedge, B. B., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United 
States Arxny ; nominated 154; confirmed 809. 

Weston, J. F., to be briffadier-general. United States Volunteers; 
nominated 70; confirmed 190. 

Wetberill, A. M., to be second lieutenant. Twelfth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

WetherilL A. M., to be brevet major, Uirfted States Army; nominated 
1246. 

Wetherill, H. E., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. United 
States Army; nominated 64; confirmed 195. 

Wever, J. S., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. Seventh 
United States Volunteer Infantrv: nominated 872; confirmed 476. 

Wheaton, L., to be colonel. Twentieth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 1796; confirmed 1891. 

Wheaton, S. L., to be postmaster at Manchester, Mass.; nominated 
1796: confirmed 1882. 

Wheeler, C. B., to be captain. Ordnance Department, United States 
Army; nominated 68; confirmed 192. 

Wheeler, C. E., to be iKstinaster at Uopkinton, Mass.; nominated 970; 
confirmed 2100. 

Wheeler, D. D., to be lieutenant-colonel and deputy quartermaster- 
general. United States Army; nominated 6S; confirmed 192. 

Wneeler, F. M. , to be postmaster at Hammondsport, N. Y. ; nominated 
1888: confirmed 1882. 

Wheeler, G. A., to be postmaster at West Derry, N. H.; nominated 
1688: confirmed 2739. 

Wheeler, J., jr., to be major and chief ordnance officer, United States 
Volunteers; nominated 72; confirmed 808. 

to be brevet first lieutenant. United States Army; nominated 

1249. 

Wheeler, M., to be second lieutenant. Fourth United States Infantry; 
nominated 69; confirmed 191. 

Wheeler, W. G., to be major, Second United States Volunteer Cavalry; 
nominated 871; confirmed 475. 

Wheelock, J. E., to be postmaster at Hartley, Iowa; nominated 188; 
confirmed 376. 

Wherry, W. M., to be colonel. Eighth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 65: confirmed 102. 

to be brigadier-general, United States Volunteers; nominated 

70; confirmed 190. 

to be brigadier-general, United States Army; nominated 473; 

confirmed 607. 

Whipple, C. H., to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States 
Army; nominated 65; confirmed 194. 

Whipple, B. A., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 1250. 

Whitaker, E. S., to be captain. Fifth United States Volunteer In- 
fantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Whitaker, G. B.. to bo collector of customs for district of Burlington, 
N. J.; nominated 1214; confirmed 2144. 

Whitall, S. B., to be brevet major, United States Army; nominated 
1301. 

White, C. B., to be first lieutenant. Third United States Volunteer 
Engineers; nominated 875; confirmed 479. 

White, E., to be captain in Navy; nominated 441; confirmed 542. 

White, G. B., to be first lieutenant and assistant surgeon. Second 
United States Volunteer Cavalry; nominated 871; confirmed 475. 



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Executive Nominations and Confirmations— Continued. 

White, H. S., to be postmaster at Walton, N. Y.; nominated 907; con- 
firmed 050. 

White, J., to be postmaster at Sonth Superior, Wis.; nominated 370; 
confirmed 1796. 

White, J. H., to be postmaster at Easton, Md.; nominated 866; con- 
firmed 705. 

Wlrite, J. H., to be surgeon in Marine-Hospital Service; nominated 155; 
confirmed 310. 

White, L. H., to bo second lieutenant. Tenth United States Volunteer 
Infantry: nominated 1432; confirmed 1689. 

Whi te, M . J. , to be assistant surgeon in Marine-Hospital Serrice ; nomi- 
nated 155; confirmed 218. 

White, W., to be postznaster at Algoma, Wis.; nominated 870; con- 
firmed 542. 

White, W. J., to be major and chief quartermaster, United States Vol- 
unteers; nominated 474; confirmed 666. 

White, W. R., to be advanced five numbers in grade of cadet in Navy; 

nrtminfl.f A(1 31 

2872; confirmed 
States Volunteer 
3d States Army; 
; nominated 1S8; 
States Volunteer 
rnited States In- 
3d States Army; 
atry; nominated 
States Infantry; 

Cavalry; nomi- 

itates Volunteer 

ites Volunteers; 

favy; nominated 

.La.; nominated 

bed States Inf an- 

trict of New Or- 

linated 570; con- 

e, Alaska; nomi- 

^tates Volunteer 

9d States Volun- 

[ich.; nominated 

r, United States 

>d States Army; 

tod States Army; 

ijted States Vol- 

'. Y.; nominated 

States Infantry; 

olunteers; nomi- 

nominated 1391. 
surgeon, United 

rmy; nominated 

1; confirmed 190. 
«r Signal Cor];>s; 

y; nominated 31; 

Irmed 2877. 
inteer Infantry; 

•,ea Volunteer In- 

; nominated 670; 

3d States Volun- 

Tavy; nominated 

Wiliard, J. E., to be captain and assistant ouartermaster, United 
States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 806. 

Willcoz, C. De W., to be brevet major, United States Volunteers; 
nominated 1250. 

Williams, Alexander, to be first lieutenant. Ninth United States Vol- 
unteer Infantry; nominated 874; confirmed 478. 

Williams, Alexander £., to be brevet first lieutenant. United States 
Army; nominated 1249. 

Williams, Alfred E., to be postmaster at Plymouth, Pa.; nominated 
2236; confirmed 2r39. 

Williams, Andrew K, to be brevet first lieutenant. United States 
Army; nominated 1249. 

Williams, Arthur, to be brevet major, United States Army; nomi- 
nated 1246. 

Williams, C, to be lieutenantKiQlonel. Fifteenth United States Infan- 
try; nominated 1880; ooiiflrmed 1660. 

Williains, C. A., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1246. 



Executive Nominations and Confirmations — Continued. 

Williams, G. C, to be first lieutenant. Ordnance Department, United 

States Army; nominated 64: confirmed 195. 
Williams, C. C., to be postmaster at Iron Biver, Wis.; nominated 972; 

confirmed 1214. 
Williams, C. F., to be oolonel. United States Marine Corps; nominated 

2870; confirmed 2875. 
Williams, C. S., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 81; confirmed 

189. 
Williams, D., to be captain. United States Marine Corps; nominated 

2870; confirmed 2875. 
WUliams, £., to be first lieutenant. Ninth United States Volunteer 

Infantry; nominated 878; confirmed 477. 
Williams, E. J., to be second lieutenant, Fifth United States Infantry: 

nominated 68; confirmed 191. 
Williams, G., to be second lieutenant of artillery, United States Army 

nominated 65; confirmed 194. 
Williams, G. C. to be postmaster at Spring City, Pa. ; nominated 1C89; 

confirmed 1848. 
Williams, G. W., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 

2872; confirmed 2878. 
Williams, J. G., to be i>o8tmaster at Granville, N. T.; nominated 367; 

confirmed 656. 
Williams, M. M. J., to be postmaster at Eminence, Ky.; nominated 

385: confirmed 982. 
WilUams, Martin, to be first lieutenant, Third United States Volun- 
teer Infantry: nominated 871; confirmed 475. 
Williams, Minnie, to be receiver of public moneys at Lander, Wyo.; 

nominated 30; confirmed 189. 
Williams, P., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 

2877. 

B Cavalry; 

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nated441; 
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ds Army; 

2874. 

ated 2871; 
connrmed »570. 

Wiilits, G. S., to be lieutenant-oommander in Navy; nominated 2872; 
confirmed 2877. 

WiUs, V. L., to be second lieutenant. Twelfth United States Infantry; 
nominated 70; confirmed 191. 

Wilner, F. A., to be lieutenant-oommander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Wilson, E., to be major. Third United States Volunteer Infantry; 
nominated 371; connrmed 475. 

Wilson, E. H., to be collector of customs fbr district of Providence, 
R. I.; nominatod 155; confirmed 810. 

Wilson, E. T., to be major and commissary of subsistence. United 
States Volunteers; nominated 71; confirmed 807. 

Wilson, G. W., to be Commissioner of Internal Be venue; nominated 
1891; confirmed 1939. 

Wilson, H. C, to be captain. First United States Volunteer Engineers; 
nominated 918; conm-med932. 

Wilson, J. A., to be postmaster at Sacketts Harbor, N. Y.; nominated 
971; confirmed 1214. 

Wilson, J. B., to be second lieutenant. Fourth United States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 872; confirmed 475. 

Wilson, J. C, to be ixMtmaster at Bessemer, Ala.; nominated 186; con- 
firmed 1392. 

Wilson, J. H., to be second lieutenant. Seventh United States Volun- 
teer infantry; nominated 372; confirmed 476. 

Wilson, M. A., to be second lieutenant, Third United States Volun- 
teer Infantry; nominated 73; confirmed 309. 

Wilson, R. H., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 
1240. 

Wilson, S. J., to be postmaster at Maoon, Mo.; nominated 1688; con- 
firmed 1848. 

Wilson, T. H., to be captain. Fifteenth United States Infantry; nomi- 
nated 605; confirmed 803. 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1247. 

Wilson, T. S., to be lieutenant (junior grade) in Navy; nominated 
2873; confb-med 2878. 

Wimberly, A. T., to be collector of customs for district of New 
Orleans, La.; nominated 155; confirmed 333. 

Winchell, W. P., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; confirmed 
2877. 

Winder, W., to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2876. 

Windsor, W. A., to be commander in Navy; nominated 2871; con- 
firmed 2876. 

Wing, C. D., to be postmaster at Attica, N. Y.; nominated 867; con- 
firmed 656. 

Winn, F. L., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1247. 

Winn, W. B., to be major and brigade surgeon. United States Volun- 
teers; nominated 72; confirmed 309. 

Winship, E., to be ensign in Navy; nominated 2873; confirmed 2878. 

Winslow, C. M., to bo advanced five numbers in grade of lieutenant 
in Navy; nominatod 31. 

to be lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; con- 
firmed 2b77. 

Winslow, E. E., t^ be captain. Corps of Engineers, United States 
Army; nominated 68; confirmed 198. 

Wint, T. J., to be brevet lieutenant-colonel. United States Army; 
nominated 1245. 

Winter, T. Am to be postmaster at Colville, Wash.; nondnated 607; 
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Wise, H. Am to be captain, Fourth United States YokaaUer Infantry; 
noxninated 872; confirmed 475. 

Wise, H. D., to he first lieatenant» Ninth United States Infantry; 
nominated 67; confirmed 194. 

to be captain and assistant adjutant-general, United States 

Volanteers; nominated 70; eonnrmedlBL 

to be brevet captain. United States Army: nominated U47. 

Wise, J. S., to be first lientenant, Fourth Umied States Volunteer 
Infantry; nominated 474; confirmed 656. 

Witherspoon, E. T., to be lieutenant in Navy; nominated 2872; con- 
firmed 2877. 

Witte, W., to be postmaster at Roelyn, N. Y.; nominated 1TB5; con- 
firmed 1892. 

Wittich, W. Jio be brevet major, United States Armv; nominated 1246. 

Wolcott, 8. B:., to be postmaster at KeesevillevH. x.; nominated 867; 
confiraied 656. 

Ik>rps of Engineers; 

rgeon. United States 

id United States In- 

inn.; nominated 971; 

V^olnnteer Infantry; 

nominated 865; con- 

r. United States Vol- 

vnteers; nomiBalei 71: confirmed 190. 

Wood, Leonard, to be major-general, United States Volunteers; nom- 
inated 30; confirmed 73. 

Wood, M. L., to bo lieutenant-commander in Navy; nominated 2871; 
confirmed 2877. 

Wood M. W.. to be brevet Uemtenant-oolanel, United States Army; 
nominated 1390. 

Wood, P. G., to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 124S. 

Wood, B. T., to be postmaster at Elkland, Pa.; nominated 971; con- 
firmed IMS. 

Wood, W. M., tobe brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 
1380. 

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Wright, A. a., to be second lieutenant. Fourteenth United States In- 
fantry; nominated 69; cottflirmed 191. 

Wright^ E. S., to be brevet captain. United States Army; nominated 

to be brevet major. United States Army; nominated 1247. 



Executive Nominatioxui and Confirmaticm*— Contiiiiied. 



Exline, George A, 

Bill for relief (see bm H. B. 12052). 

Resolntion in House to refer claim to Court of Claims (Honse 
Bes. No. ^06) 2081. 

Expcoiflion* See AoQuisnioif ov Tbbbit<»t» 
Exports 

Bills to extend export trade with gOver-nsing conntries (see 

bills S. 6110; H. B. 11691). 
Concurrent resolution in House to print additional copies of 

speciid. report on export demand for American horses 

(Honse Con. Bes. No. 03), passed 535, 757, 780, 1016. 
Memorial of Charles Nelson relative to export boonties on 

agricultural products 1968. 
Memorial of David Lubin relative to export boonties on 

agricultural products (S. Doc. 181) 2205. 

Express Carriers 

Bills to amend war tax on (see bills H. B. 10967, 10968). 
Memorial of legislature of Indiana for internal-revenue tax 
on packages sent by 1967, 2036, 2060, 20S0, 2203, 2355, 2357. 

Fairbanks, Alfred D, 

^11 to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11243). 
Fairbanks, Charles W. (a Senator from Indiaaa) 

Attended 1. 

Appointed conferee 1642, 2537, 2550. 

Appointed on f mitral committee 679. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill: consular clerk 
at Paris 830. 

Hammond, Ind: bill to provide for holding terms of dis- 
trict and circuit courts at 957. 

Indian appropriation IriU: Indian Gammiasion ^S6. 



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Pairbanks— Continued. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill: solic- 
itor for Department of State 677. 
Navy appropriation bill: instruction of naval cadets 2482. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill: deposit of moneys in regis- 
try of United States courts 1061. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Albert, Jonas: to remove charge of desertion (see bill S. 
5115) 402. 

Boswell, Thomas H: to pension (see bill S. 4896) 29. 

Clark, Eva: to pension (see bill S. 5263) 732. 

Hendricks, Mary L: to pension (see bill S. 4984) 187. 

Mcintosh, Horace P: for relief (see bill S. 5221) 687. 

Smucker, Lovina: to pension (see bill S. 5135) 466. 

States and Territories: to reimburse war expenses (see bill 
S. 5260) 686. 

White, George: to pension (see bill S. 4985) 137. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Ballard, Thomas H: to withdraw his papers 885. 

Lord Herschell: on death of 2639. 

The " Colonial Systems of the World": to print report on 
2041. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

American Republican College League: for currency reform 
91. 

Bluff ton, Ind., Cigar Makers' Union: against territorial ex- 
pansion 884, 1150. 

Brazil, Ind., Federation of Labor: for labor legislation 1374. 

Brazil, Ind., United Mine Workers: for labor legislation 
1150, 1374. 

Columbus, Ind., Federal Labor Union: for labor legislation 
884. 

Evansville, Ind., Business Men's Association: against pres- 
ent system of ticket brokerage 1675. 

Fort Wayne, Ind., Barbers* ^temational Union: for labor 
legislation 465. 

Gregg, J. C, and others: against sale of liquor in Govern- 
ment buildiings 19. 

Indiana, citizens of: for temperance legislation 286, 782, 
829, 884, 956, 1015, 1059, 1150, 1341, 1374. 

for certain legislation 2121, 2205, 2427. 

for postal savings banks 2357. 

for present system of ticket brokerage 2124, 2205, 2357. 

citizens of Terre Haute: for protection of colored 

citizens 19. 

Indiana Bankers* Association: for currency reform 91. 

Indiana labor unions and associations: for labor legislation 
1967. 

Indiana legislature: relative to pensions 1675. 

for ratification of treaty with Spain 1477. 

for amendment to internal revenue laws 1967, 2357. 

Indianapolis, Ind., Board of Trade: relative to Paris Expo- 
sition 1967. 

Indianapolis, Ind., Brewing Company: relative to second- 
class mail matter 1374. 

Indianapolis, Ind., Brotherhoods of Locomotive Firemen 
and Enghieers: for labor legislation 1374. 

Indianapolis, Ind., Commercial Club: for Nicaragua Canal 
829, 884. 

Indianapolis, Ind., Coopers* International Union: for labor 
legislation 1015. 

Indianai>oli8, Ind., International Typographical Union: for 
present svstem of ticket brokerage 205. 

Indianapolis, Ind., Local Council of Women: for universal 
peace congress 884. 

Jefferson County, Ind., Horticultural Society: to increase 
American shipping 1967. 

Logansport, Ind., CJigar Makers' International Union: 
against territorial expansion 956. 

Marion, Ind., Central Trades Council: for labor legislation 
1150. 

Muncie, Ind. , Association of Street Railway Employees: for 
labor legislation 2606. 

Plainfield, Ind., churches and conference: for temperance 
legislation 323. 

Plainfield, Ind., societies: for temperance legislation 358. 

Richmond, Ind. , Cigar Makers* International Union : against 
territorial expansion 1374, 1675. 

Union Veteran Legion: for ratification of treaty of peace 
286. 
Remarks by, on 

Acquisition of territory 1155, 1156, 1157. 

Churchill, William: relief ot 541. 

Covert, Jacob: relief of 



Fairbanks— Continued. 
Remarks by, on 

Dingley, Nelson: death of 2644. 

Extension of laws to Hawaii 2483, 2719, 2729, 2780, 2867. 
Hendricks, Mary L: pension to 1790. 
Indianapolis, Ind: public building 2537. 
Lord Herschell: death of 2639. 
Mcintosh, Horace P: relief of 2540. 
McKee, Alexander: relief of 2041. 
McKinsey, George W: relief of 2367. 
Nicaragua Canal 844, 845. 
Overton Hotel Company 2557. 
Personal explanation 1609. 
Public building bills 2856, 2857. 
Sweet, Charles: relief of 2776. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee of conference 
Cleveland, Ohio, public building (bill S. 1056) 2776. 
Indianapolis, Ind., public building (bill S. 146) 2607. 
Committee on Claims 

J. S. Steams Lumber Company (Report 1888) 2726. 
Committee on Immigration 
Extension of laws to Hawaii (Report 1654) 1781, 2358. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Fairfax County, Virginia 

Papers relative to Pohick Church referred in House 1057. 
Falls City, Netyraska 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 11020). 
Faria, George W, (a Representative from Indiana) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Hammond, Cassius S: for relief (see bill H. R. 12223) 2987. 
Jones, Francis: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 12161) 

2170. 
Mcintosh, Horace P: for relief (see bill H. R. 11560) 638. 
Morrison, Albert: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11827) 

1147. 
Oliver, Francis M: for relief (see bill H. R. 12158) 2170. 
Potts, Alsey E: to pension (see bill H. R. 11828) 1147. 
Roth, George: for relief (see bill H. R. 12032) 1590. 
Staff, Henry: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11830) 1147. 
Watson, Simpson P: to pension (see bill H. R. 12160) 2170. 
Wolfe, Marshall P: for relief (see bill H. R. 12159) 2170. 
Wright, Levi: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11829) 1147. 
Motions and resolutions offered b/ 

Dickey, James F: to withdraw his papers 1878. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Danville, Ind., Young People's Society of Christian En- 
deavor: for temperance legislation 1591. 
Indiana, citizens of: for temperance legislation 1013, 1148, 
1338, 2170. 

citizens of Terre Haute: for prevention of race riots 

in Southern States 89. 

postmasters of: for increase of compensation 1591, 

2170, 2203. 
Indiana legislature: for payment of tax by express and tele- 
graph companies 2080. 
Jones. Francis: for increase of pension 2937. 
Mcintosh, H. P: for relief 634. 
Mcintosh, Horace P: for relief 1475. 
Morrison, Albert: for pension 2937. 
Oliver, Francis M: for relief 2937. 

Plainfield. Ind., churches and societies: for temperance leg- 
islation 598, 1338. 
Potts, Alsey E: for pension 2937. 

Terre Haute, Ind., Home Missionary Society: against seat- 
ing B. H. Roberts as Representative 1333. 
Terre Haute, Ind., Woman's Home Missionary Society: 

against seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 2170. 
Vigo County, Ina. , Patrons of Husbanc&y : to increase Amer- 
ican shipping 780. 
Watson, Simpson P: for increase of pension 2937. 
Wolfe, Marshall P: for relief 2937. 
Wright, Levi: for pension 2937. 
Remarks by, on 

Dingley, Nelson: death of 1773, 1778. 
Gregg, George: relief of 2035. 
Indemnity to Spain 1951. 
Johnson, Mr: remarks of 2496. 
Philippine Islands 2496. 

South Milwaukee, Wis., harbor improvement 1364. 
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Parm Prices. See Agriculttjbb. 
Farmer, Henry 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 804). 
Parmers 

Bills for free importation of seed wheat by (see bills S. 5093: 
H. R. 11714). 

Parr, Freeman H, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5104). 

Paiilkner, Charles J. (a Senator from West Virginia) 
A.t tended 1 

Appointed conferee 176, 1018, 1876, 2302, 2581, 2699, 2777. 
Appointed on fnneral committee 679. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Sundry civil appropriation bill 1296, 2549. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced bf 

Anderson, George F: for relief (see bill S. 5847) 967. 
Brazie, Mildred S: to pension (see bill S. 5172) 561. 
District of Columbia: to establish municipal court for (see 
bill S. 5334) 920. 

to extend Le Droit avenue in (see bill S. 5486) 1678. 

Metropolitan Railroad Company: to allow to extend lines 
(see bill S. 4890) 20. 

Motions and resolutions offered by 

District of Columbia: to reconsider vote on bill relating to 
negotiable instruments in 211. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

McGraw, John T: against seating of Nathan B. Scott as 
Senator 2205. 

West Virginia, citizens of: for present system of ticket bro- 
kerage 1675. 

West Virginia legislature: against seating Nathan B. Scott 
as Senator 2691. 
Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization 2454. 

Dengler, Christiana: relief of 2367. 

Dingley, Nelson: death of 2642. 

District of Columbia land titles 2699. 

District of Columbia taxes 2564, 2565, 2566. 

Negotiable instruments 142, 298, 299. 

Nicaragua canal 692 (Appendix 58). 

Service of jurors 2549, 2550. 

Washington and University Railroad 2531. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on the District of Columbia 

Juries for orphans* court (amendment) 2265. 

Quieting of land titles (Report 1792) 2358. 

Williams, W. D. (Report 1547) 1151. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Paure, Felix (late President of France) 

Resolution of sympathy in Senate on death of, passed 1969. 

Letter of Secretary of State transmitting invitation for mem- 
bers of Senate to attend religious service in memory of 
2171. 

Le tter of Secretary of State transmitting invitation for mem- 
bers of House of Representatives to attend religious serv- 
ice in memory of 2167. 

Peather River 

Bill for improvement ofjsee bill H. R. 11307). 
Report of Secretary of War on improvement of (H. R. Doc. 
48) 51. 

Pally Mary A. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11906). 
Pellows, AugustiLs 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5242). 
Penton, Lucien J, (a Bepresentative from Ohio) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Hughes, Charlotte: to pension (see bill H. R. 11235) 269. 
Ironton, Ohio: to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 

12074) 1726. 
Sperry, Maria V: to pension (see bill H. R. 11973) 1442. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Fair view, Ohio, Baptist CHiurch: against seating B. H. 

Roberts as Representative 1013. 
Ohio, postmasters of Lawrence County: relative to com- 
pensation of fourth-class postmasters 1442. 



Penton— Continued. 
Remarks by, on 

Northway, Stephen A: death of 2076. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Military Affairs 
Army officers* accounts (Report 1810) 953. 
Hasson, Benjamin F. (Report 2099) 1778. 
Hines, William J. (Report 2294) 2854. 
Howard, James C. (Report 2169) 2035. 
Mulvin, Henry (Report 2209) 2169. 
Slaght, James C. (Report 2171) 2035. 
Spnnkle, William H. (Report 2097) 1778. 
von Haake, Adolph (Report 2098) 1778. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Pergus Palls, Minnesota 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill S. 2048). 
Perguson, Harriet A, 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 3909). 

Pergusson, Harvey B. (a Delegate from New Mexico) 
Attended 15. 
Bi/ls and Joint resolutions introduced by 

New Mexico: to admit as State (see bill H. R. 11188) 245. 

to pay expenses incurred in selection of lands granted 

to (see bill H. R. 11742^ 953. 
New Mexico legislature: to allow to create additional in- 
debtedness (see bill H. R. 12005) 1522. 
Santa Fe, N. Mex: to settle title to real estate in (see bill 
H. R. 11831) 856. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Territory of New Mexico, citizens of: for temperance leg- 
islation 2036. 
Remarks by, on 

Albuquerque, N. Mex., bonds 1392, 1497. 
Love, William F: death of 2424. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Territories 
New Mexico bonds (Report 2082) 1672. 

Pemette, Anna 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11933). 
Pemsworth, William 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5247). 
Pield, Edwin L, 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 3808). 
Pield, Eliza R. 

BUI to pension (see bill H. R. 11968). 
Pield, Francis A, 

Papers withdrawn in Senate 2776. 
Pield, Jam^ O, 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 5515). 
Pigg, Hamilton J, 

Petition for relief 826. 
Pinances 

Annual report of Secretary of Treasury on (H. R. Doc. 8) 
17, 27. 

Pirst South Dakota Volunteer Infantry 

Report of Secretary of War relative to arms and ammuni- 
tion in possession of (S. Doc. 125) 1678, 2082. 

Pischer, Israel F, (a Representative from New York) 

Appointed on funeral committee 2529. 

Appointed teller 1514. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army; bill to reorganize 1278, 1325. 

bill for employment of women nurses in 1514. 

River and harbor appropriation bill 1360, 1361. 
Rills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Abbey, George Willis: to remove charge of desertion (see 

bin H. R. 10974) 16. 
Bone, Wallace G: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11473) 

491. 
Browne, WiUiam B: for relief (see bill H. R. 11101) 133. 
Downing, John: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11100) 

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ri«clier— Continned. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Ellenbast, Theodore: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 

H. R. 10975) 16. 
Food and drags: to prevent adulteration of (see bill H. B. 

11490) 525. 
' * Grant and his Generals: " to purchase painting of (see H. 

Res. 349) 1443. 
Mortensen, Kate M. A: to pension (see bill H. B. 12207) 

2605. 
Sewell, Emeline C: to increase pension (see bill H. Bw 11338) 

356. 
Smith, George W: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 

H. B. 12014) 1522. 
Weiss, Jacob: to pension (see bill H. B. 11332) 850. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 
Adjourn: to 2771. 
Hurley, Denis M: on death of 2529. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 
Abbey, George Willis: for relief 204. 
Downing, John: for increase of pension 204. 
Remarks by, on 

Army nurses 1514, 1515, 1516. 

Army reorganization 1278. 

Buttermilk Channel improvement 1361. 

Hurley, Denis M: death of 3130, 2529 (Appendix 129). 

eulogies on 2771. 

Muskogee, Oklahoma and Western Bailroad Company 1611. 
Platte Bobert: reUef of 1501, 1502. 
Bomer Shoal improvement 1360, 1361. 
Simpkins, John: death of 1232. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Indian Affairs 
Clearwater Street Line Bailway Company (Bbpobt 2144) 

1962. 
Clearwater Valley Bailroad Company (Bepobt 2095) 1778. 
Muskogee, Oklahoma and Western Bailroad Company (Be- 

PORT 1804) 881. 

¥otes of. See Yka.-and-Nay Votbs. 
Flahy Arthur L, 

Bill for reHef (see bill a 5013). 
Fish and Fisheries 

Concurrent resolution in House to print Manual of Fish 

Culture (House Con. Bes. No. 71), passed 2036, 2042, 2064, 

2085. 

Amendment in Senate extending laws of States relative to 

protection of fish and game over forest reservations 527. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for establishment 

of fish-cultural station in North Carolina 2234. 
Annual report of Commissioner on expenditures for propa- 
gation of food fishes (H. B. Doo. 40) Id, 27. 

Fish Commission 

Bill to extend powers and duties to include game birds (see 

billH.B. 3589). 
Annual report of Commissioner (H. B. Doc. 221) {omitted 
in Record), 

Fish Creek, North Carolina 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for improvement 
of 1597. 

Fishbume, Robert 

Bill for reUef of estate (see bill H. B. 11003). 
Fishery Congress. See National Fisheby Congress. 
Fishing Creek, North Carolina 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for improvement 
of 1445. 

Fitch, Elbert 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11793). 
Fitchburgy Massachusetts 

Bills to erect public building at (see bills S. 5538; H. B. 521). 
Fitnam, John C. 

Bills to increase pension (see bills S. 5256; H. B. 11524). 

Petition for increase of pension 464. 

Fitzgerckld, John F, (a Representative from Massachusetts) 
Attended 14. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Agricultural appropriation bill 351, 852. 



Fitzgerald — Continued. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army appropriation bill 2399, 2486. 2487. 
Biver and harbor appropriation bill 1405. 

Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Atlantic Works: for relier (see bill H. B. 11880) 856. 
Boston, Mass: to erect public building at (see bill H. B. 

12032) 1590. 
Gettysburg National Park: to restore road in (see H. Bes. 

365) 1829. 
Grady, Mrs. Patrick: to increase pension (see biU H. B. 

11347) 357. 
Moore, Charles D: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 

H. B. 12222) 2937. 
Pensions: granting to survivors of war of 1861-65 who have 

reached age of 60 years (see bill H. B. 11557) 638. 
Sisters of Charity: tendering thanks of Congress to (see 

H. Bes. 379, 383) 2605, 2936. 
Spicer, Walter £: to pension (see bill H. B. 12066) 1672. 

Motions and resolutions offered by 

Civil service: granting preference to soldiers of Spanish- 
American war in (House Bes. No. 371) 728. 

Portland— steamer: to investigate loss of (House Bee. No. 
341) 16. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

American Federation of Labor: to increase American ship- 
ping 675. 

Baltimore, Md., Board of Trade: relative to organization of 
consular service 675. 

Boston, Mass., Chamber of Commerce: relative to reorgan- 
ization of consular service 1201. 

to increase American shipping 2987. 

Boston, Mass., Merchants' Association: for certain legisla- 
tion 634. 

Boston, Mass., Beal Estate Exchange: relative to finance 
680. 

California Manufacturers and Producers* Association: for 
gra,nt of subsidy for cable 780. 

Chicago, Bl. , Board of Trade: for improvement of river 1201. 

£[noxville, Tenn. , Chamber of Commerce: for fast maO serv- 
ice 1871. 

Massachusetts, citizens of Boston: for postal savings banks 
1372. 

Massachusetts Board of Trade: for certain legislation 1371. 

Massachusetts Patrons of Husbandry: for certain l^^a- 
tion 1779. 

National Board of Trade: to increase American shipping 
675. 

for 1-cent letter postage 680. 

National Paint and Varnish Association: for department of 
industry and commerce 680. 

New York, N. Y., American Shipx»ing and Industrial 
League: to increase American shiiipinp 1371. 

New York Chamber of CommCTce: relative to organization 
of consular service 598. 

New York, N. Y., Merchants' Association: relative to re- 
organization of consular service 634. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Board of Trade: for postal legislation 
12U1. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Trades League: for certain legislation 
2937. 

Springfield, Mass., Commercial Travelers* CJlub: relative 
to ticket brokerage 680. 

Washington, D. C, Enightsof Labor: to increase American 
shipping ^937. 

Remarks by, on 

Admiral of Navy 2686. 

Agricultural appropriation bill 852, 853. 

Army appropriation bill 2400, 2486, 2487. 2488. 

Army reorganization (Appendix 230). 

Boston, Mass., Navy-Yard 2001, 2004, 2005, 2006. 

Bureau of Animal Industry employees 351, 852,863. 

District of Columbia sectarian matitutions 2928. 

Navy appropriation bill 1998. 

Poet-Office appropriation bill 808, 811, 818. 

Simpkins, John: deatii of 1281. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on the Merchant Marine and Fisheries 

Ship subsidy (Bepobt 1866, part 3) 1442. 
Mes of. See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 

Fitzpatrick, Dennis 

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Fitzpatrick, James 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11201). 
Fitzpatrick, Thomas Y, (a Representative from Kentucky) 

Attended 14. 

Leave of absence granted to 129. 
Bills and joint resolutions Introduced by 

Flannery, William B: to remove charge of desertion (see 
bill H. B. 11780) 1013. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Hall, Nimrod: for relief 1888. 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes, 
Five Civilized Tribes. See Indians. 
Five Mile Creek, Alabama 

Beport of Secretary of War on survey of waterway between 
warrior Biver and (H. B. Doa 88) 268. 

Flag of United States 

Bills to prevent desecration of (see bills H. B. 10999, 11088). 
Joint resolution to display at half-mast on public buildiDgs 

on February 15 of each year (see H. Bes. 848). 
Memorial of legislature of Wyoming for legislation to pre- 
vent desecration of 1780, 1879. 

Flaggy Thomas O. 

BUI for relief of estate (see bin H. B. 11910). 
Flannery, WiUiam E, 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 11780). 
Fleckles, Johann O. 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5155). 
Fleisher, Ephraim Z, 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 11506). 
Fleming, William H, (a Representative from Georgia) 

Attended 14. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Georgia, citizens of Thomson: for certain legislation 955. 

citizens of Powells: for postal savings banks 1148. 

Remarks by, on 

Acquisition of territory 1179. 
Armor plate 2251. 

Army reorganization (Appendix 84). 
Civil-service law 461, 463. 

Legislation on appropriation bills 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912. 
Philippine Islands 2382, 2333, 2524. 
Post-Oflace appropriation bill 821, 822. 
Territorial expansion 1671 (Ax>i>endix 84). 
War deficiency appropriation bill 80, 81. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Fletcher, Addison C 

Bill for relief of assignees (see bill S. 4255), 
Fletcher, Andrew K, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11855). 
Fletcher, Annie C, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5816). 
Fletcher, Frank F, 

Beport of Secretary of Navy relative to royalties paid for 
use of breech-loading mechanism under letters patent 
issued to (S. Doc. 42^176, 858. 
Beport of Secretaiy of War relative to use of certain breech 
mechanism covered by letters patent issued to (S. Doo. 44) 
899. 

Fletcher, John W, 

Beport of Court of Claims on claim of (H. B. Doo. 128) 524. 
Fletcher, Julia E, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11943). 
Fletcher, Loren (a Representative from Minnesota) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Bouret, William: to pension (see bill H. B. 11419) 428. 
Minneapolis, Minn: for addition to post-office at (see bill 
H. B. 11056) 89. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Minneapolis, Minn., Board of Trade: to restore ocean-car- 
rying trade to vessels under American flag 17. 
agidnst reduction of garrison at Fort Snellmg 28. 



Fletcher— Continued. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Minneapolis, Minn., Board of Trade: for cable with Orient 
1475. 

Minneapolis, Minn., Commercial Club: to increase Ameri- 
can shipping 1284. 

Minneapohs, Minn., Woman*s Council: against seating 
B. H. Boberts as Bepresentative 2690. 

Minnesota, citizens of: against seating B. H. Boberts as 
Bepresentative 2690. 

Minnesota legislature: relative to Indian reservations 2355. 

for construction of dams 2689. 

St. Paul, Minn., Jobbers' Union: rdative to currency sys- 
tem 598. 

to increase American shipping 882. 

United States Lumbermen*s Association: against Brom well 
bin 675. 
Remarks by, an 

Army reorganization 1121. 

Grand Bapids Water Power and Boom Company 1755, 1756. 
Philippine Islands 1122. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
Boonville, Mo., bridge (Beport 1868) 1233. 
Grand Bapids Water Power and Boom Company (Beport 

2075) 1671. 
Lake Champlain bridges (Beport 1744) 674. 
Lexington, Mo., bridge (Beport 1763) 778. 
Montgomery, Hayneville and Camden Bailroad bridges 

(Beports 2211, 2212) 2169. 
Morgantown, W. Va., bridge (Beport 2055) 1686. 
Oacoma, S. Dak., bridge (ItePORT 1756) 728. 
Bevenue-Cutter Service (Beport 2100) 1778. 
Savannah Bivw bridge (Beport 1720) 463. 
Wadley and Mount Yemon Bailroad bridge (Beport 2218) 

2169. 
Tankton, 8. Dak., bridge (Beport 2200) 2169. 
Ifotes of. See YEA-Ain)-NAY Votes. 

Fletcher, Robert 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 4001). 

Flinn, David 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11171). 

Flint Biver 

Bill to allow Gfeorgia Pine Bailway (Company to bridge (see 
billH.B. 11867). 

Florida 

Bills for relief of certain homestead settlers in (see bills S. 
4690; H. B. 10831). 

Bill to amend act to change boundaries of judicial districts 
of (see bill S. 5414), 

Amendment in Senate relative to appropriation for inci- 
dental expenses in office of surveyor- general of 885. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for building and 
operating suitable boat for removing water hyacinth from 
navigable waters in 1342. 

Flower, Robert 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 7632). 

Floyd, Charles 

Bill for monument to (see bill H. B. 11181). 

Floyd, T. Gilbert 

BUI to pension (see bill H. B. 11131). 

Fluke, James J, 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 6649). 

Fog Signals. See Lights. 
Food and Drink Products 

Besolution in Senate to investigate adulteration of, passed 
360. 

Foods, Beverages, Candies, Drugs, and Condiments 

Bills to prevent adulteration, misbranding, and imitatioii 
of (see bills S. 4144; H. B. 11490, 12190). 

Foote, Wallace T,,jr, (a Representative from New York) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Condron, William H: for relief (see biU H. B. 11668) 729. 
Lee, Harry: for relief (see H. Bes. 878) 2855. 



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Foote — Continued. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

New York, citizens of: for temx)erance legislation 2937. 

citizens of Franklin County: against seating B, H. 

Roberts as Representative 2937. 
Remarks by, on 

Military Academy appropriation bill 1455, 1450. 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Foraker, Joseph B, (a Senator from Ohio) 

Attended 1. 

Appointed on funeral committee 2788. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army appropriation bill 2572, 2806. 

Deficiency appropriation bill: State war claims 2609, 2795. 

Treasury settlement claims 2009, 2794. 

Second and Third Assistant Secretaries of State 2795. 

Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill: Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, subtreasury 1641, 1679. 

Department of State and Attorney-General's Office 

1641. 

Navy appropriation bill: ship " American Boy" 2208. 

Sundry civil appropriation biU: soldier's homestead entries 
2040. 

to purchase papers relative to Virginia military dis- 
tricts of Kentucky and Ohio 2040. 

Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Canton, Ohio: to enlarge public building at (see bill S. 

5541) 2085. 
Hamilton, Isabel B: to increase pension (see bill S. 5304) 830. 
Johnson, Leonard B: for relief of estate (see bill S. 5007) 167. 
Justus, Henry: to pension (see bill S. 5477) 1640. 
Lyster, Martha G. D: to increase pension (see bill S. 5390) 

1204. 
Shea, Mary Ann: to pension (see bill S. 5478) 1640. 
States: declaratory of true intent of act to reimburse war 

expenses of (see S. R. 241) 1528. 
Turchin, John B: to pension (see bill S. 4892) 20. 
Woerz, Elizabeth: to pension (see bill S. 5479) 1640. 

Motions and resolutions offered by 
Adjourn: to 80. 

Field, Francis A: to withdraw his papers 2776. 
Northway, Stephen A: on death of 2728. 
Recess: for 2728. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Cincinnati, Ohio, Evangelical Alliance: for certain legisla- 
tion 2538. 

Ohio, citizens of Mount Orab: for postal savings banks 1639. 

Toledo, Ohio, Humane Society: for anti- vivisection legisla- 
tion 2533. 

Remarks by, on 

Acquisition of territory 563-572, 790, 791, 792. 

Adjutant-Gfeneral of Army 2806. 

Armor plate 2635. 

Army reorganization 2288. 

Brent, Samuel J: relief of 2043. 

Canton, Ohio, public building 2559, 2560. 

Cincinnati, Ohio, subtreasury 1679, 1680, 1681. 

Cuban franchises 2807, 2808, 2809, 2810, 2811. 

Gteissinger, James: relief of 2699. 

Irrigation reservoirs 2276, 2277, 2281. 

Norfhway, Stephen A: death of 80, 2728. 

Ohio Centennial and Northwest Territory Exposition 2801, 



Ohio River improvement 363, 2216, 2231. 
Pan-American Exposition 2718, 2719. 
Pension legislation 56. 

River and harbor appropriation bill 2215, 2216. 
Second and Third Assistant Secretaries of State 2795, 2796. 
Smith, John H: relief of 2537. 
Tiemon, Thomas G: relief of 1983. 
Treasury settlement claims 2794, 2795, 2796, 2797. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Forbes, William A. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11978). 

Ford, W. A.f and Company 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11785). 

Ford, William J. 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 317). 



Fore, William H. 

Bill to correct military record (see bill S. 4510). 
Foreign-Built Vessels. See Vessels. 
Foreign Expositions. 

Bill to amend act to remit duties on articles returned to 
United States from (see bill H. R. 7271). 

Foreign Navigation Laws. 

Resolution of inquiry in Senate relative to, passed 1064. 
Letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting statement rel- 
ative to (S. Doc. 91) 1294. 

Foreign Pension Laws 

Resolution in Senate directing Secretary of State to procure 
synopsis of, passed 1205. 

Foreign People. See Government op Foreign People. 
Foreign Territory. See Acquisition of Territory. 
Foreign Trade of TTnited States 

Bills to increase (see bills S. 5024, 5590; H. R. 11812, 11466. 
Order of Senate to print hearings before Committee on CJom- 

merce on bill (S. 5024) to increase, passed 686, 884. 
Amendment in Senate to bill (S. 5024) to increase 402. 
Memorials of David Lubin relative to bill (S. 5024) to in- 
crease (S. Docs. 69, 112) 884, 167i. 
Papers to accompany bill (S. 5024) to increase (S. Doc 60) 
600. 

Foreign Vessels. See Vessels. 
Forest Reservations 

Bills providing for extinguishment of private land claims 

in (see bUls S. 5394; H. R. 11832). 
Bill to rent or lease certain portions of (see bill H. R. 8162), 
Bill to regulate sale of timber in (see bill H. R. 11981). 
Amendments in Senate extending laws of States relative to 

protection of fish and game over 527, 2040. 
Letter of Secretary of Interior transmittingdraf t of bill to 

amend act regulating sale of timber on (M. R. Doc. 186) 

1235, 1292. 
Memorial of legislature of Wyoming for legislation to allow 

unrestricted grazing of live stock on 1781. 

Forestry Investigations 

Message of President transmitting report on (H. R. Doc. 
181) 1161, 1188. 

Forse, Virginia 

Bills to increase pension (see bills S. 5328; H. R. 11184). 
Forsythe, Manville F. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11852). 
Fort Hall Reservation. See Indians. 
Fort Eeogh 

Amendment in Senate to set apart certain land for indus- 
trial school for Indian children on reservation at 465. 
Letter of Secretary of Interior transmitting report relative 
to cost of establishing Indian industrial school on reser- 
vation at (H. R. Doc. 189) 634, 673. 

Fort Lafayette, New York Harbor 

Letter of Secretary of Navy transmitting report of board to 
select site for naval magazine at (H. R. Doc. 59) 29, 51. 

Fort Leavenworth 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for erection of 

barracks, quarters, gun sheds, and stables for battery of 

light artillery at 1919, 2206. 
Estimate of appropriation for erection of hospital at (H. R. 

Doc. 109) 397. 

Fort Meade, South Dakota 

Amendment in Senate relative to construction of buildings 

for jwrmanent military post at 287. 
Memorial of legislature of South Dakota for establishment 

of military post at 881, 888, 2080. 

Fort Mifflin 

Kstimate of appropriation for naval magazine at (H. R. 
Doc. 126) 524. 

Fort Point, Texas 

Estimate of appropriation for (H. R. Doc. 232) 1962. 
Fort Sherman 

Memorial of legislature of Idaho for establishment of Sol- 
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Port Smitli and Western Bailroad Company 

Bill to grant right of way through Choctaw and Creek na- 
tions in Indian Territory (see bill H. B. 11916). 

Fort Supply 

Bill donating to Oklahoma Territo^ use of buildings on 
abandoned reservation at (see billH. B. 10666). 

Fort Washakie 

Beport of Secretary of War on construction of military 
road from Buffalo Fork of Snake Biver to 2121. 

Fortifications. See Ordnance and Fortifications, 
Foscolia (British ship) 

Bills for relief of owners (see bills S. 5000; EL B. 10814). 
Foss, Oeorge E. (a Representative from Illinois) 
Attended 14. 
Appointed conferee 2196. 
Appointed on funeral committee 407. 
Appointed teller 709. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Navy and Marine Corps: bill to reorganize personnel of 
672, 715, 718. 
B///8 and joint reso/utions introduced by 

Flag of United States: to prevent desecration of (see bill 
H. B. 11088) 133. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 
Adjourn: to 673, 727. 

Army and Marine Corps: to print bill to reorganize person- 
nel of 2383. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Chicago, m. , Board of Trade: for improvement of river 184, 

525, 1234. 
Chicago, HI., Society of Ethical Culture: relative to Philip- 
pine Islands 2261. 
Illinois, citizens of Evanston: for temperance legislation 

19lt. 
Libertyville, 111., societies: for certain legislation 1234. 
Remarks by, on 

Navy personnel bill 657, 658, 659, 660, 661, 671, 672, 673, 706, 

707, 708, 711, 715, 717, 718, 719, 720, 725. 
Simpkins, John: death of 1229. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee of conference 

Navy and Marine Corps personnel (bill H. B. 10403) 2662. 
Committee on Naval Affairs 
Navy temporary force (Beport 2302) 2529. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Foster, Addison G. {a Senator-elect from Washington) 

Credentials presented 2263. 
Foster, Cassius O, 

Bill for reUef (see bill S. 4786). 
Footer, Fielding 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 11944). 
Foster, Minor A, 

Bill for reHef (see bill H. B. 11448). 
Foster, Rebecca 8. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 8271). 
Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry 

Bill for relief (see biU H. B. 9219). 
Fourth Light-House District 

Bill for construction of relief vessel for (see bill H. B. 459). 
Fourth National Bank of New Tork City 

Bill directing issue of duplicate check to (see bill H. B. 9666). 
Fowler, Charles Newell (a Representative from New Jersey) 
Attended 14. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Benedict, Boswell A: for certain legislation 1528. 
. Elizabeth, N. J., Board of Trade: relative to interstate com- 
merce 1148. 
New Jersey, citizens of: against seating B. H. Boberts as 
Bepresentative 2772, 

mayor and council of Undercliff : for naval station 

1148. 
Now Jersey churches and societies: against seating B. H. 
Boberts as Bepresentative 1148, 2772. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 



Fowler, John E, (a Representative from North Carolina) 
Attended 14. 
Rills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Koonce, Frank D: for reUef (see bill H. B. 12144) 2122. 
Stone, Catharine: to pension (see bill H. B. 12078) 1726. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

McArthur, Alexander: for relief 675. 
Votes of. See Yka-and-Nay Votes. 
Fox, Andrew F, (a Representative from Mississippi) 

Attended 14. 

Leave of absence granted to 15, 2529. 
Remarlcs by, on 

Love, William P: death of 2422. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill 1655. 
Walthall, Edward C: death of 2414. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Fox, Frank W. C. 

Bill for relief (see biU H. B. 11193). 
Fox, John 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. B. 8714). 
Fox, Jonas 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 11260). 
Fox, Richard {residuary legatee) 

Beport of Court of Claims on claim of (H. B. Doc. 168) 880. 
Fox Biver 

Bill for light-house and fog-signal station off Tail Point, at 
entrance to (see bill H. B. 8429). 
France 

Besolution of sympathy in Senate on death of President 

Faure, passed 1969. 
Letter of Secretary of State transmitting invitation for 
members of Senate to attend religious service in memory 
of late President of 2171 . 
Letter of Secretary of State transmitting invitation for 
members of House of Bepresentatives to attend religious 
service in memory of late President of 2167. 

Francis, Charles J. 

BUI for relief (see bill S. 5306). 
Franking Privilege 

Amendment in Senate extending franking privilege to all 
mail matter transported between United States and Ha- 
waiian Islands 1528, 1595. 

Franks, B, 

Bill for relief of estate (see bill S. 5218). 
Franz, Bemhard 

Bill to correct military record (see bill S. 4911). 
Frederick, Minnie 

Bill for reUef of estate (see bill H. B. 8816). 
Frederick, John 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 11681). 

Papers referred in House 780. 

Frederick, Julitis R, 

Bill to place on retired list of Army (see bill S. 3323). 
Frederick Douglass Memorial and Historical Association 

Bill to incorporate (see bill H. B. 11439). 

Free Delivery. See Postal Service. 

Free Homesteads. See Public Lands. 

Free Transportation 

Beport of Interstate Commerce Commission relative to tranch 
portation of x>erson8 free or at reduced rates (S. Doc. 63) 
403, 677. 

Freedman's Hospital 

Bills to provide buildings for (see bills S. 5372; H. B. 11410). 
Freedman's Savings and Trust Company 

Bill for relief of depositors of (see bill H. B. 7343). 

Annual report of commissioner of (H. B. Doc. 61) 88* 

Freeman, Mary A, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 5992). 
Freeman, Mary J, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 3001). 



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Freeman, Royal J. 

Papers withdrawn in Senate 2814. 
Freeport, Ulinoia 

Bills to erect publio bnilding at (see bills S. 5565; H. B. 84). 
French Spoliation Claims 

Debate in House on amendment for payment of 2658, 2659, 

2660, 2661. 
List of allowed claims 2652. 

Frere, Elizabeth 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11337). 
Frietas, Vincent de 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 4636.) 
Frisbey, Rachel 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5193). 

Frost, Mary R. 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 2871). 
Frye, Qeorge M, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11649). 

Frye, William P. (a Senator from Maine). See aiso Pbesident 
OF Senate pro tempore. 
Attended 381. 
Appointed conferee 2622. 
Appointed on funeral committee 679. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Navy and Marine Corps: bill to reorganize personnel 1375. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill: Pacific cable 1969. 

repair steamer and spare cable 2432, 2555. 

Bi7/s and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Andria— yacht: to exempt from custom-honse requirement 

(see bill S. 5491) 1730. 
Arctic expedition: tendering thanks of Congress and medals 

to officers and men of (see S. R. 229) 884. 
Brown, Philip S: to appoint in Marine Corps (see S. R. 255) 

2207. 
Dunlap, Robert H: for relief (see S. R. 258) 2432. 
Imperial Japanese Society: to donate life-saving apparatus 

to (see bill 8.5144)493. 
Life-saving medal of honor: relating to recipients of (see bill 

S. 5119) 430. 
Mississippi River: to allow bridge across at Memphis (see 

bill S. 5843) 957. 
Volunteer Army: to organize (see bill S. 5118) 480. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Hour of meeting: fixing at 11 o'clock 2233. 
River and harbor appropriation bill: to print 1969. 
Ship-subsidy bill: to print 1205, 2369. 
Stenographer: for payment of 2087. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Hallowell, Me., Granite Cutters' National Association: for 

labor legislation 1373. 
Maine, citizens of Bangor: for anti-vivisection legislation 
2533. 

citizens of West Scarboro: for certain legislation 

1674, 1675. 
Maine Universalist churches: for temperance legislation 

1015. 
Milo, Me., Woman*s Christian Temperance Union: for tem- 
perance legislation 2264. 
New York, citizens of Rochester: for woman suffrage in 

Hawaii 1476. 
Portland, Me., Board of Trade: for reorganization of con- 
sular service 1675. 
Winthro^, Me., Patrons of Husbandry: to increaae Amer- 
ican shipping 1639. 
fiemar/cs by, on 

Change of reference 2358. 
Dingley, Nelson: death of 2640. 
Imperial Japanese Society 1018. 
Nicaragua Canal 2286, 2287, 2289, 2290, 2291, 2292, 2295. 
Pacific cable 2098. 

River and harbor appropriation bill 2209, 2210, 2211, 2212, 
2213, 2214, 2215, 2216, 2217, 2222, 2228, 2228, 2229, 2230, 
2231, 2232, 2233, 2268, 2282, 2285, 2286, 2287, 2296, 2299, 
2300,2301. 

conference report on 2788, 2815, 2816, 2817, 2822, 2823, 

2824,2825,2842,2843. 

hearing on 1528. 

River and harbor laws 2296, 2297. 
Transportation of dutiable goods 1018. 



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Reports made by, from 
Committee of conference 
River and harbor appropriation bill (bill H. R. 11795) 2814, 



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Committee on Commerce 

Barry, Michael F. (H. Res. 803) 2044. 

Dutiable merchanmse (biU H. R. 10459) 600. 

Imperial Japanese Society (bill S. 5144) 600. 

Ship subsidy (Report 1551) 1151, 2534. 

New York harbor improvement (S. R. 208) 465. 

River and harbor appropriation bill (Report 1686) 1969, 
2058. 

Salem Creek, N. J., Ught-house (bill H. R, 8882) 1018. 
Committee on Foreign Relations 

Pacific cable (amendment) 2098. 

Fuget, Sarah A, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R, 11750). 
Pulford, Clara H. 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 5209). 
Pulford, D, 

Bill for relief of estate (see bill S. 5066). 
Fuller, Eliza J, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11073). 
Fulwiler, Elizabeth 

Bill for reHef (see bill H. R. 648). 

Resolution in House to refer claim to Court of Claims, 
passed 1504. 

Funk, Herman C, 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 5016). 

Gaines, Edioard R, 

Petition for relief 1014. 

Gaines, John Wesley (a Representative from Tennessee) 
Attended 14. 

Leave of absence granted to 283, 490, 1188, 1671, 2144, 2169. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Cumberland River: to provide snag boat for (see bill H. R. 

11941) 1371. 
Donaldson, James F: to pension (see bill H. R. 11640) 728. 
Kinnaird, R. M: for relief (see bill H. R. 11639) 728. 
Merri wether Snuff and Tobacco Company: for relief (see 

bill H. R. 12136) 2080. 
Nashville, Tenn: to purchase land for military post at (see 

bill H. R. 11886) 1292. 
Owen, James: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11638) 728. 
Political disabilities: for removal of (see bill H. R. 11955) 

1412. 
Scott, Walter: for reHef (see bill H. R. 11990) 1475. 
War expenditures : to amend act to provide ways and means 

to meet (see bUl H. R. 11636) 728. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Northwest Territory: to print ordinance of 1787 for govern- 
ment of 631. 

Fetiiions and papers presented by, from 

Tennessee, citizens of Erin: for temperance legislation 2081. 
Remarks by, on 

Acquisition of territory 620, 624. 

Alaska criminal laws 519, 552, 553, 554, 556, 557. 

Armor plate 2247, 2248, 2249 (Appendix 267). 

Army appropriation bill 2304, 2305, 2306, 2484, 2485, 2486, 

2487. 
Army reorganization 1311. 
Correction of vote 270. 

Dickel, Qeorge A., & Co: relief of 2063, 2064. 
District of Columbia appropriation bill 2758, 2759, 2760, 2908, 

2909 2910 2911. 
Great Falls of Potomac River 115, 116, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 

124, 125, 126, 127. 
Incidental subjects 860, 862, 988, 1497, 2917. 
Indian appropriation bill 280. 
International American Baxik 252, 253. 
McGuire, Michael J: case of 1457, 1468, 1459. 
Military Academy appropriation bill 1456, 1457. 
Navy appropriation bill 1999, 2000 (Appendix 267). 
Pacific Cable Company 771, 772, 773. 
Philippine Islands (Appendix 267) . 
Post-Offlce appropriation bill 816, 818, 822. 
Tewksbury, Samuel: relief of estate 2103. 



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Oaines— Contintied. 
Remarks by, on 

Ticket brokerage 44, 45. 

Tyroler vs. Warden City of New York: case of 45. 
Voting machines 1611, 1612, 1618. 
War deficiency appropriation bill 74, 77, 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Gainesville, Florida 

Bill to erect public bailding at (see bill H. R. 11813). 

Gainesville, McAlester and St. Louis Bailway Company 

Bill to amend act granting right of way through Indian 
Territory (see bill H. B. 110S4). 

Gallagher, Thomas W, 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 11078). 

Gallinger, Ja^db H, (a Senator from New Hampshire) 
.A.ttended 1 

Appointed conferee 399, 1235, 1790, 2088, 2776. 
Called to the chair 675. 
Excused from committee service 1389. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Agricultural appropriation bill: nntritive value of alcohol 

602. 
Alaska: bill to define and ptmish crimes in 2705. 
Deficiency appropriation bill: relief of Gtoorge W. Weston 

2536. 
Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill 1210. 
District of Columbia aTOropriation bill 469. 
Navy appropriation bill: Dounty to officers and men of 

Navy 493, 
Navy and Marine Corps: bill to reorganize personnel 1479. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill 1969, 2208, 2552, 2570. 

Bi/fs and Joint resofuttons introduced by 

Balderston, Eli: to increase pension (see bill S. 5510) 1883. 
Banfield, Charles E: to increase pension (see bill S. 5267) 732. 
District of Columbia: to improve South Carolina avenue in 

(see bill S. 5252) 686. 
Freedmen*s Hospital: to provide buildings for (see bill S. 

5372) 1151. 
Harris, William F: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 

S. 5251) 686. 
Jackman, Mary: to pension (see bill S. 5285) 782. 
McDonald, Samuel S: to pension (see bill S. 5386) 1204. 
Mclntire, Emma T: to pension (see bill S. 5435) 1375. 
Pitman, Amanda: to pension (see bill S. 5211) 637. 
Santee Sioux Indians: to restore annuities of (see bill S. 

5354) 1016. 
Smith, Eleazer: to increase pension (see bill S. 4871) 20. 
Sweatt, Washington: to increase pension (see bill S. 4975) 92. 
Weston, George W: for relief (see bill S. 4870) 19, 166. 
Woman's National Industrial Exhibit: for relief of trustees 

(see bill S. 5573) 2265. 

Motions and resoiutions offered by 
Adjourn: to 1081, 1214. 
Brunswick, Ga: to recommit resolution for improvement 

of harbor at 782. 
Camden, Me: for improvement of harbor at 687. 
Capital Traction Bailway Company: to print annual report 

of 1413. 
Cheney, Cordelia: to reconsider vote on bill to pension 686. 
Daly, John: to withdraw his papers 2359. 
District of Columbia: to print papers relating to vivisection 

in 2432. 
Dove, Sarah M: to withdraw her papers 2359. 
Emery, John C: to withdraw his p&^eta 2776. 
Executive session: for 333. 
Foreign pension laws: inquiry relative to 1205. 
Freeman, Boyal J: to witndraw his papers 2814. 
Grammer, (jK)ttlieb C: to adjudicate claim of heirs 686. 
Hahnemann, Samuel: requesting House to return bill for 

erection of monument to 2266. 
Hauf, John L: to i)ay six months salary to widow 783. 
Hillman, Clarinda S: requesting President to return bill for 
relief of (Senate Con. Bes. No. 58) 1496. 

requesting House to return bill for relief of 1476. 

Litzenberg, Elizabeth V : requesting President to return bill 
to increase pension 2208. 

to reconsider vote on bill to jpension 2433. 

Longstreet, James: to withdraw his papers 1969. 
Merchant marine: to print report of hearing relative to 686. 
Palmer, John M: requesting House to return bill to pension 

1919, 1920. 



Gallinger— Continued. 
Motions and resoiutions offered by 

Pack, Arthur: to withdraw his papers i 
Pension cases: requesting House to return bill for proced- 
ure in 22(>8. 

to reconsider action of Senate on bill for procedure 

in 2361. 
Pensions: to reconsider vote on bill for renewal of 1652. 
Shufeldt, Mary A: to withdraw her papers 602. 

to recommit bill to pension 602. 

Stenographers: for payment of 2820. 

Stevens, Jahiel J: to withdraw his papers 2609. 

Thomas, Margaret: to reconsider vote on bill to pension 686. 

Washington Asylum: for investigation of 957. 

Petit/ons and papers presented by, from 

Bangor, Me., Humane Society: for anti-vivisection bill 919. 

Bristol, N. H., Patrons of Husbandry: to increase Ameri- 
can shipping 492. 

Gilmanton Iron Works, N. H., Congregational Church: for 
temperance lefldslation 1060. 

Keene, N. H., Humane Society: for antivivisection legis- 
lation 2775. 

Leffingwell, Albert: statement relative to vivisection by 
1060. 

Littleton, N. H., Young People's Society of Christian En- 
deavor: for certain legislation 2083. 

New Hampshire, citizens of Charlestown: for temperance 
legislation 492. 

New Hampshire Baptists: for general arbitration 19. 

New Hampshire churches and societies: for certain legisla- 
tion 1236, 1295, 1341, 1372, 1414, 1443, 1476, 1525, 1592, 1638. 

Now Hampshire legislature: for ratification of treaty with 
Spain 1202. 

New Hampshire Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Ani- 
mals: for anti-vivisection bill 2205. 

New Hampshire Woman's Christian Temperance unions: 
for certain legislation 1881, 2205, 2426. 

against seating i>olygami8t8 in Congress 2691, 2775, 

2814. 

North Hampton, N. H., Patrons of Husbandry: to increase 
American shipping 883. 

Remarks by, on 

Admission to floor 188. 

Alaslra criminal laws 1886. 

Alaska liquor laws 2700, 2701, 2702. 

Armor plate 2626, 2627, 2628. 

Brown, Mary J: relief of 603. 

Congressional Becord distribution 685. 

Cuba and Porto Bico commission 298. 

Desertion of family by pensioner 141. 

Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill 1206, 1207, 1208» 

1210, 1415. 
District of Columbia assessment and taxation 2777. 
Gteddes, Andrew: relief of 2711. 
Hahnemann, Samuel: monument to 2387. 
Hammond, William A: relief of 2539. 
Harlan, David B. B: pension to 56. 
Hieskell, Mary E: pension to 361. 
Incidental subjects 1212. 

Indian appropriation bill 653, 654, 915, 916, 1555, 1556, 1557. 
Irrigation reservoirs 2280. 
Lamport, George H: pension to 168. 
McDonald, Samuel S: pension to 1370. 
Nashua, N. H., public building 2570. 
Nineteenth street improvement 1239. 
Nutritive value of alcohol 2552, 
Palmer, John M: pension to 1920, 1921, 1991. 
Pension appropriation bill 1072, 1073, 1074, 1158, 1160. 
Pension bills 56, 57, 58, 167, 168, 325, 360, 861, 362, 363, 602, 

603, 604, 1213. 1214, 1937, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 

1991, 2087, 2088, 2389, 2390, 2391, 2392, 2609, 2705, 2706, 2711, 

2860. 
Pension legislation 53, 54, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173. 
Pensions to Confederate soldiers 1161. 
Philippine Islands 532. 
Potomac Biver ice 1885. 
Procedure in pension cases 1984. 
Public-building bills 2784, 2854, 2855. 
Bed Cross Society 600, 601. 
Begulation of sail vessels 138. 
Bemoval of snow and ice 1919. 
Benewal of pensions 1595, 1596. 
Bight of secession 1075. 
Smiley, Georgie: pension to 886. 
Supervising Architect's Office 1648, 1644. 



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Gallinger— Continued. 
Remarks by, on 

Taylor, Mary E: pension to 

Washington, D. C, street sweeping 468, 469. 

Washington Asylnm investigation 957. 

Washington Public Library 1062, 2730, 2781. 

Weston, George W: relief of 2130. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee of conference 

Atherton, Jacob N. (bill H. R. 5069) 783. 

Hughes, George (bill S. 1154) 2802. 

Nevins, George W. (bill S. 1968) 2587. 

Opp, Henry K. (bill H. R. 6411) 783. 

Pensions to deserted wives (bill H. R. 1055) 788, 2836. 

Sail vessels over 700 tons (bill S. 622) 21. 

Tefft, Thomas S. (biU H. R. 8299) 783. 

Waring, Lucretia C. (bill S. 104) 2610. 
Committee on Commerce 

Brunswick, Ga., harbor improvement (Senate Ree. No. 441) 
401. 

Camden, Me: resolution for improvement of harbor at 782. 

Consular clerk at Paris (amendment) 1060. 

Merchant marine: hearing relative to 600, 884. 
Committee on Contingent Expenses of Senate 

Committee on Agriculture and Forestry: resolution to pay 
stenographer for 1375. 

Committee on Appropriations: resolution to allow stenog- 
rapher for 206. 

Committee on Indian Affairs: resolution to continue inves- 
tigations by 1237, 2693. 

Committee on Military Affairs: resolution to pay stenogra- 
pher for 2127. 

Committee on Nicaragua Canal: resolution to pay ezi)ense6 
incurred by 1237. 

Committee on Territories: resolution to allow additional 
clerk for 1341. 

resolution to pay stenographer for 2127. 

Cuba and Porto Rico: resolution for committee to investi- 
gate affairs in 323. 

Hauf , John L : resolution to pay six months' salary to widow 
1015. 

Morrill, Justin S: resolution to pay funeral expenses of 402. 

Secretaries of Senate: resolution for index to reports of 2814. 

Stenographer: resolution for payment of 2265. 
Committee on the District of Columbia 

Assessment certificates (Report 1558) 1204. 

Compulsory support of children by parents (Report 1506) 
884. 

Frederich, Minnie (Report 1552) 1204. 

Hunt, Minnie J. (Report 1600) 1444. 

Nineteenth street improvement (Report 1527) 1060. 

Washington Public Library (bill H. R. 11712) 2730. 
Committee on Pensions 

Aldrich. Emer H. (Report 1461) 527. 

Alexander, George (Report 1801) 2358. 

Allen, Elam (Report 1799) 2858. 

Allen, Martha (Report 1571) 1296. 

Allen, Timothy A. (Report 1727) 2126. 

Atkinson, Richard (Report 1713) 2126. 

Balderston, Eli (Report 1677) 1968. 

Banfield, Charles E. (Report 1566) 1295. 

Begley, John (Report 1726) 2126. 

Bolan, William F. (Report 1714) 2126. 

Bowen, John J. (Report 1612) 1527. 

Brown, Mary J. (Report 1424) 166. 

Buckles, Tennessee M. (Report 1858) 2556. 

Buxton, Sophia W. (Report 1889) 2844. 

Chamberlam, Mary (Report 1829) 2584. 

Chapman, Clarence L. (Report 1824) 2534. 

Cheney, Cordelia (Report 1507) 884. 

Chill, Thomas M. (Report 1455) 527. 

Choate, Stephen P. (Report 1890) 2860. 

Clemens, Annie M. (Report 1886) 2729. 

Collins, Ann (Report 1819) 2584. 

Cooper, Lester P. (Report 1822) 2534. 

Coventon, James H. (Report 1673) 1968. 

CJozzens, Charlotte B. (Report 1717) 2126. 

Crinigan, Thomas (Report 1722) 2126. 

Oosby, Nelly V. (Report 1712) 2126. 

Cusack, Annie (Report 1778) 2206. 

Delaney, James C^Report 1617) 1527. 

Detwiler, George W. (Report 1861) 2607. 

De Vou, Martha M. (Report 1881) 2584. 

Doherty, Judith (Report 1675) 1968. 

Draper, John S. (Report 1800) 2858. 

Dudley, Hollis O. (Report 1821) 2584. 

Eakin, Catherine (Report 1885) 2711. 



Oallinger— Continued. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Pensions 
Emery, George W. (Report 1422) 136. 
Evans, Andrew S. (Report 1615) 1527. 
Foster, Rebecca S. (Report 1489) 685. 
Gibson, Isom (Report 1457) 527. 
Goodrich, Catharine C. (Report 1797) 2858, 
Gruber, Sophia (Report 1827) 2584. 
Gummer, Susan A. (Report 1497) 782. 
Halter, Sarah A. (Report 1458) 627. 
Heady, Lucy D. (Report 1490) 685. 
Hirsch, Louis (Report 1460) 527. 
Holmes, Charles S. (Report 1856) 2556. 
Holton, Lemon (Report 1627) 1689. 
Hussey, Richard M. (Report 1570) 1296, 1874. 
Ingram, James W. (Report 1820) 2584. 
Jackson, James W. (Report 1462) 527. 
James, Howard L. (Report 1716) 2126. 
Jewell, Smith (Report 1893) 2860. 
Kelly, Jane G. (Report 1456) 527. 
Kennedy, Mary A. (Report 1711) 2126. 
Kennoch, Dortha E. (Report 1823) 2584. 
Kenyon, Delos M. (Report 1852) 2542. 
Kizer, Sarah A. (Report 1798) 2858. 
Knowlan, Stephen A. (Report 1891) 2860. 
Koontz, Samuel B. (Report 1728) 2126. 
Lamport, George H. (Report 1421) 186. 
Litchfield, A. C. (Report 1453) 527. 
Lowe, Barbara C. (Report 1620) 1527. 
Lowther, Margaret A. (Report 1681) 1968. 
Luke, Sarah A. (Report 1588) 1874. 
McDonald, Samuel S. (Report 1567) 1295. 
McGee, Joseph H. (Report 1613) 1527. 
Mclntire, Emma J. (Report 1611) 1527. 
McMullen, Rebeccah (Report 1883) 2711. 
Marcher, James J. (Report 1715) 2126. 
Meehan, Michael (Report 1568) 1295. 
Morse, Andrew, jr. (Report 1828) 2534. 
Meace, Jackson (Report 1892) 2860. 
Ohngemach, John W. (Report 1860) 2607. 
O'Neal, Patrick (Report 1879) 2692. 
Palmer, John M. (Report 1546) 1153. 
Patterson. William W. (Report 1887) 2729. 
Paul, William B. (Report 1830) 2534. 
Persley, Robert (Report 1819) 2534. 
Pitman. Amanda (Report 1522) 1015. 
Porch, Emma A. (Report 1565) 1295. 
Presdee, Joseph B. (Report 1773) 2206. 
Putnam, Albert (Report 1676) 1968. 
Redfield, Eliza S. (Report 1832) 2534. 
Reisinger, G^eo^ge W. (Report 1725) 2126. 
Renewal of x)ensions (bill S. 5465) 1595. 
Reynolds, Orpha W. (Report 1810) 2431. 
Robinson, MarvE. (Report 1857) 2556. 
Rowe, Anna M. (Report 1724) 2126. 
Sanford, Mianda A. (Report 1720) 2126. 
Searl, James E. (Report 1718) 2126. 
Serviss, Beeri (Report 1710) 2126. 
Sessions, Mary E. (Report 1616) 1527. 
Shepard, Albert S. (Report 1672) 1968. 
Shipler, Peter E. (Report 1614) 1527. 
Shumard, Belle (Report 1674) 1968. 
Smiley, Charles N. (Report 1719) 2126. 
Smith, Eleazer (Report 1420) 136. 
Smith, John (Report 1626) 1639. 
Smith, William H. (Report 1464) 527. 
Stedman, Susan (Report 1721) 2126. 
Steele, MarvLuella (Report 1621) 1527. 
Stevens, Jehiel J. (Report 1437) 328. 
Stone, George B. (Report 1459) 527. 
Sweatt, Washington (Report 1480) 206. 
Taylor, Andrew J. (Report 1826) 2584. 
Taylor, Mary E. (Report 1772) 2206. 
Thomas, Jordan (Report 1468) 527. 
Thomas, Margaret (Report 1515) 957. 
Truit, Levi M. (Report 1678) 1968. 
Urban, Marcia S. (Report 1825) 2584. 
Walke, Julia (Report 1680) 1968. 
Walker, Ruth (Report 1877) 2692. 
Waters, Reuben H. (Report 1569) 1296. 
Williams, CJharles (Report 1878) 2692. 
Willmarth, Amanda (Report 1679) 1968. 
Wotring, Mary B. (Report 1454) 527. 
Wright, Ellen (Report 1425) 166. 
Zearlng, James R. (Report 1723) 2126. 
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Galveston, Texas 

Bill to fix salary of collector of cnstoms of district of (see 

bill H. R. 8556). 
Joint resolntions for snrvey of channel connecting Texas 

City with harbor at (see S. R. 228; H. Res. 828). 
Amendment in Senate relative to fortification of 1152. 
Letter of Secretary of Navy transmitting report of naval 

board relative to construction of dry dock at (M. R. Doc. 46) 

18,27. 

Galveston National Bank 

BUI for relief (see bill H. R. 12067). 

Game. See Birds; Wild Game. 

Gammel, Matilda and George J. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 12205). 
Ganges (ship) 

Report of Court of Claims on claim of owner of (S. Doc. 118) 
1880, 1962. 

Gannon, Thomas 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11808). 
Papers referred in House 1201. 

Garber, J, H, 

Resolution in House to allow one month*s extra pay, passed 
2906. 

Garcia, Calixto 

Amendment in Senate for relief of widow of 1061. 
Gardheffiier, Mary C, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 9822). 
Gardiner, Charles A, 

Address on question of expansion by 1095. 

Gardner, John J. (a Eepresentative from New Jersey) 

Attended 14. 
Amendments offered by, to 

River and harbor appropriation bill 1861. 
Bt7/8 and joint resolutions introduced by 

Army: to appoint laundresses in (see bill H. R. 12921) 2936. 

Phillips, Meta R. M: for relief (see bill H. R. 11286) 269. 

Rusling, Emma R: for relief (see bill H. R. 11287) 269. 
Motions and resolutions offered hr 

" The American Workingman: " for translation and publi- 
cation of (see H. Res. 801) 52. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Kansas City, Mo., American Federation of Labor: for labor 

legislation 246. 
New Jersey, citizens of: for certain legislation 1057, 1442, 



New Jersey churches and societies: for certain legislation 

955, 1057, 1442, 2690. 
New Jersey Woman's Home Missionary Society: against 

seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 2937. 
United States Life-Saving Service, members of: for certain 

legislation 598. 
Remarks by, on 

Indemnity to Spain 1948, 1952. 

Labor laws for Hawaii 982, 1512, 1518. 

Love, William F: death of 2421. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Labor 

Labor laws for Hawaii (Report 1794) 881. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Gardner, Richard P. 

Bin to grant an honorable discharge (see bill S. 5033). 
Gardner, William H. 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5276). 
Garland, A. H, 

' Recess taken in Senate to permit attendance at funeral of 
1205, 1212. 

Garrett, Maggie J. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 10970). 
Gates, John F. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 6944). 

Gathmann Gun. See Ordnance and Fortifications. 



Gathmann Torpedo Gun Ck>mpany 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for purchase of gun 
equipment for harbor-defense monitors from 2556. 

Gayle, Thom^is 

Bill for reUef (see biU H. R. 11845). 
Gaylord, Oeorge O. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5422). 
Gear, John H. (a Senator from lotoa) 
Attended 1. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army ai^ropriation bill: Des Moines, Iowa, army post 1641, 

2813. 
Deficiency appropriation bill: relief of Robert Cameron, jr. 
824, 859. 

Sioux City and Pacific Railway Company 687, 2792. 

Indian appropriation bill: compulsory education of Indian 

children 402. 
Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 1748. 
Maritime Canal Company of Nicaragua: bill to incorporate 

408, 754. 
River and harbor appropriation bill: Missouri River im- 
provement 1528. 

Mississippi River levees 1597, 2801. 

Sundry civil appropriation bill: portraits of Allen G. Thur- 

man and Simon Cameron 788. 
Bii/s and joint resolutions introduced by 

Baker, Lucia F: to pension (see bill S. 5841) 920. 
Brighton, Samuel J: to pension (see bill S. 5300) 830. 
Buckholz, Ferdinand: to pension (see bill S. 5472) 1597. 
Corkhill, Lucinda: to pension (see bill S. 5436) 1375. 
Diegnan, Osborne W: to admit to Naval Academy (see 

S. R. 227J 880. 
Dubuque, Iowa: to enlarge public building at (see bill S. 

5537) 2085. 
Qeddes. Andrew: for relief (see billS. 5566) 2207. 
Henry, James C: to pension (see bill S. 5298) 830. 
Hunt, Minnie J: for relief (see bill S. 5^96) 402. 
Lee, Samuel: for relief (see bill S. 5585) 2432. 
Lewis, Robert P: to pension (see bill S. 5296) 829. 
Monfort, Peter C: to pension (see bill S. 5098) 402. 
Newspapers: to regulate mailing and publication of semi- 
weekly (see bill S. 50G8) 324. 
Pamell, William: to pension (see bill S. 5097) 402. 
Parrott, Henrietta B: to pension (see bill S. 5182) 561. 
Pickard, John D: to pension (see bill S. 5299) 880. 
Postage: relating to (see bill S. 5309) 880. 
Racey, Samuel: for relief (see bill S. 5168) 527. 
Riffle, Eliza A: to pension (see bill S. 5297) 830. 
Spain: relating to cannon and ordnance captured in war 

with (see bill S. 5284) 782. 
Tryon, Lydia A: to pension (see bill S. 5183) 561. 
Washington and Umversity Railroad Company: to amend 

act to incorporate (see bill S. 5351) 957. 
Wilson, Jacob E: to pension (see bill S. 5471) 1597. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 
Adjourn: to 1652. 
Bureau of domestic science: to print hearings relative to 

2129. 
Hard wick, George W: to withdraw his papers 1678. 
Stenographer: for payment of 1238. 
Petitions and papers presented by from 

Eastman, John: relative to Sioux Indian claims 91. 

Iowa, citizens of: for rural free mail delivery 526. 

for woman suffrage in Hawaii 1478. 

soldiers of Perlee: for service-pension law 91. 

Iowa churches and societies: for temperance legislation 
1059, 1150, 1593. 

Iowa Ladies* Library Association: for certain legislation 
1478. 

Kentucky Equal Rights Association: for women's suffrage 
322. 

Keokuk, Iowa, Grand Army of Republic: for service pen- 
sion 2387. 

United States Protestant Foreign Missions societies and 
associations: against sectarian appropriations 1015. 

Washington. Iowa, Fortnightly Club: for department of 
domestic science 2533. 
Remarks by, on 

Admissions to Naval Academy 732, 738. 

Deignan, Osborne W: appointment of 2438. 

Dodge, Gardner: for relief 2366. 

Evans, Andrew S: pension to 1922. 



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Gear— Continued* 
Remarks by, on 

Graham, Joseph: relief of 140. 

Holmes, Prentice: relief of 638. 

Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 1748, 

1749. 
Muster out of volunteers 210. 
Nicaragua Canal 754, 755, 756. 
Right of secession 1075. 

Sioux City and Pacific Railway Company 2793. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Pacific Railroads 
Northern Pacific Railroad lands: resolution for committee 

to investigate relative to 2695. 
Sioux City and Pacific Ridlway Company (amendment) 685. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes, 

Gearkee, John H. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 1209)« 

Geddes, Andrew 

Bills to place on retired list of Army (see bills S. 6566; H. R. 



Geiser, Abraham 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11146). 
Petition for increase of pension 659. 

Oeissinger, James 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 5758). 

General Land Office 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for salary of 
librarian for 2696. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for additional em- 
ployees in 2696. 

Amendment in Senate relative to duties of examiners of 
surveys in 2696. 

Estimate of appropriation for additional employees in (S. 
Doc. 61) 634. 

General Orders and Forms in Bankruptcy 
Resolution in Senate to print, passed 859. 
Resolution in House to print, passed 156. 

General Post-Offlce Building 

Estimate of additional appropriation for care and repair of 
(H.R. Doc. 108) 397. 

Geological Survey 

Joint resolution to create division of mines and mining in 
(seeS.R.205). 

Order of Senate to print report of Director on joint resolu- 
tion to create division of mines and mining in, passed (S. 
Doc. 40) 358. 

Amendment in Senate to establish division of mines and 
mining in 686. 

George Washington Memorial Association 

Concurrent resolution in Senate granting use of rotunda of 
Capitol to, referred 2482. 

Georgetown Barge, Dock, Elevator, and BaUway Company 
Annual report of (H. R. Doc. 257) 2426, 2529. 

Georgetown and Tennallytown Railway Company 

Bills to authorize extension of lines of (see bills S. 6185; 

H.R. 11445). 
Annual report of (S. Doo. 87) 1202, 1233. 

Georgia 

Bill to create northwestern division of northern judicial 
district of (see bill S. 5586). 

Letter of Secretary of War transmitting petition for con- 
tinuance of allotment of rations to citizens residing along 
Chattahoochee River in (H. R. Doc. 217) 1725. 

Memorial of legislature favoring construction of Nicaragua 
Canal 525. 

Georgia and Alabama Railway Company 

Bills to allow them to bridge Savannah River (see bills S. 
4994; H. R. 11019). 

Georgia Pine Railway Company 

Bill to allow them to bridge Flint River (see bill H. R. 
11867). 



Gerdom, Gregory 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for purchase of 

patent for gas check for breech-loading guns owned by 

2040, 2608. 
Estimate of appropriation for purchase of patent for gas 

check for breech-loading guns owned by (EL. R. Doa 123) 

490. 
Letter of Secretary of War relative to purchase of patent 

for gas check for breech-loading guns owned by (H. R. 

Doc. 123, part 2) 2169. 

Germany 

Resolution in Senate relative to inspection of food products 
from 287. 

Gettysburg National Park 

Joint resolution for restoration of certain road in (see H. Res. 
365). 

Gheen, E, H, 

Bill to allow him to accept foreign decoration (see bill S. 

2284). 

Gibson, Henry R. (a Representative from Tennessee) 

Attended 14. 

Appointee conferee 2882. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Alaska: bill to define and punish crimes in 585. 

River and harbor appropriation bill 1394, 1897. 
Bi//s and joint resoluHons introduced by 

Douglas, William P: to pension (see bill H. R. 12179) 2855. 

Emert, Daniel G: to pension (see bill H. R. 11767) 954. 

Ervin, John: for relief (see bill H. R, 12213) 2772. 

Enoxville, Tenn: to enlarge public building at (see Wl 
H. R. 11094) 183. 

McKamey, Samuel: to pension (see bill H. R. 12180) 2355. 

Ogg, James A: for relief (see bill H. R. 12212) 2772. 

Perkins, Lewis: to pension (see bill H. R. 12187) 2424. 

Phillips, John W: to pension (see bill H. R. 12166) 2203. 

Phillips, Milton: to pension (see bill H. R. 12175) 2260. 

Robinson, John W: for relief (see bill H. R. 12188) 2424. 

Swanay, George W: for relief (see bill H. R. 11385) 881. 

Tennessee; to fix time for holdmg United States courts in 
(seebillH.R. 11029) 51. 

Volunteers: granting extra pay to (see bill H. R. 11316) 356. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Chanabery. R. E: for relief 2772. 

Cooper, John T: for relief 2261. 

Ervin, John: for relief 2772. 

Knoxville, Tenn., Chamber of Commerce: for fast-mail 

service 1339. 
Knoxville, Tenn., societies: for temperance legislation 1338. 
Swaney, George W: for relief 381. 
Tennessee, citizens of Knoxville: for temperance legislation 

1338. 
Remarlcs by, oa 

Army reorganization (Appendix 104). 

Alaska criminal laws 887, 388, 389, 419, 420, 421, 425, 507, 

508, 509, 511, 512, 513, 515, 516, 517, 518, 519, 521, 623, 543, 

515. 546, 549, 550, 551, 580, 588, 584, 585. 
Everly, Jesse: pension to 1195, 1196. 
Expansion policy (Appendix 104), 
French Broad River, Tennessee, improvement 1894, 1397, 

1398. 
Incidental subjects 443. 
Labor legislation 420, 421. 
Tennessee district and circuit courts 415. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Invalid Pensions 
Davis, Stephen M. (Report 2033) 1589. 
Dependent pension law (Report 2327) 2689. 
DUl, Samuel P. (Report 2290) 2354. 
Easum, Isabella F. (Report 2358) 2936. 
Emert, Daniel G. (Report 2245) 2259. 
Haines, Zenas T. Report 2047)1590. 
Hamilton, Sarah (Report 2135) 1963. 
Humfries, John (Report 2084) 1672. 
Peters, George W. (Report 2146) 1C63, 
Shaley, Nancy (Report 1975) 1522. 
Sickler, Eliza (Report 2K^) 1963. 
Smith, Jere (Report 2044) 1590. 
Stephens, Isaac (Report 1773) 825. 
Thomas, Mary A. (Report 2151) 1968. 



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Oibflon— Continued. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Invalid Peneions 
Tilton, Charles W. (Report 1916) 1474. 
Webb, James (Report 1779) 825. 
Committee on War Claims 
Yonell, John D. (House Res. No. 412; Report 2219) 2170. 
Votes of. See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 
Oibflon, Isom 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 4854). 
Oibson, Joel W, 

Bill to increase pension (see bOl H. R. 5762)« 
Oiffordy Frederick 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11218). 
Gignilliat, Thomas H. 

Joint resolution for relief (see S. R. 171). 
Oile, Emma F. 

Bill to increase pension (see biU S. 26Q2)« 
GilflllaTi, James 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 5257). 
(Hllety Charles W, (a Bepresentative from Nem York) 
Attended 14. 
Appointed conferee 2908. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Eimira, N. Y: to erect publio bniiaing at (see Ml H. R. 
11861) 1199. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

New York, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1672. 
Remarks by, on 

Bhnira, N. Y: public building 1568. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds 
Elmira, N. Y., public building (Report 1984) 1519. 
Gloversyille, N. Y: publio building (Report 2848) 2936. 
Jamestown, N. Y: public building (Report 2000) 1521. 
Lockport, N. Y: public building (Report 2028) 1589. 
Rome, N. Y: public building (Report 2006) 1521. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Gillett, Anson W. 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 6062). 
GdHef^ Frederick H, (a Bepresentative from Massachusetts) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Dickinson, Margeret Otis: for relief (see bill H. R. 10976) 16. 
Spain: for payment of indemnity to (see bill H. R. 12124) 

2036. 
Springfield, Mass: to improve poet-office building at (see 
bill H. R. 11580) 598. 
Remarks by, on 

Army appropriation bill 2484. 
Indemnify to Spain 2116. 
Philippine Islands 1701, 1703. 
Simpkins, John: death of 1282. 
Ticket brokerage 86, 37. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Foreign Affairs 

Nonoffending commerce on the sea (Report 1874) 1292. 
Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds 
Yonkers, N. Y., public building (Report 2345) 2936. 
Votes of. See YEA-Aia)-NAT Votes. 
Glasgow Exposition (1901) 

Letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting communica- 
tions relative to participation by United States at (H. R. 
Doc. 241) 2121. 

Glenhaven, Michigan 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for telegraph or 
telephone lines between South Manitou Island and 1883, 
1968. 

Glenn, Jacob 

Papers referred in Senate 286. 

Glovers Bluff. See James River, 



Gloversville, New York 

Bill to erect publio building at (see bill H. R. 5014)« 
Gobbard, WUHam B. 

Papers referred in House 955. 
Goddard, WiOiam 

Report of Court of Claims on claim of (H. R. Doo. 129) 524. 
Godfrey, Abbie L. 

BiU to pension (see Inll H. R. 11949). 

Papers referred in House 1872. 

Godwin, William H. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11646). 
Papers referred in House 730. 

Godwin, WUliam T. 

Bin to place on retired list of Army (see bill S. 1618). 
Goings, John C, and I. H. Lushion 

BiU for reUef (see biU H. R. 12080). 
Gokey, Moses 

BiU to amend military record (see biU H. R. 11112). 
Gold, W. D. 

BiU for relief (see bUl H. R. 11034). 

Gold and Silver. See cdso Coins and ComAOB. 



Concurrent resolution in House to print extra copies of re- 

g)Tt of Director of the Mint on production of (House Con. 
es. No. 62), passed 490, 2888, 2895, 2481. 

Gold Oertiflcates. See Coin Certificates. 

Golden Gate, Calif omia 

Joint resolution to make survey for improvement of chan- 
nel between Straits of Carquinez and (see H. Res. 810). 

Goldie, Jessie 

BUI to pension (see biU H. R. 9959). 

Gold-Reserve Fund 

BUI to estabUsh (see bUl H. R. 11748). 

Golladay, Lemuel C. 

BiU for relief (see biU H. R. 11336). 

Goodfellow, Edward A. 

BiU to pension (see bUl H. R. 11244). 

Goodrich, Annie B. 

BUl to increase pension (see bUl S. 4805). 

Goodrich, CcUharine C. 

BUl to increase pension (see biU H. R. 10855). 

Goodson, Tampie 

Petition for pension 322. 

Goodwin, Frank 

BUl for reUef (see biU H. R. 12081). 

Goodwin, Jam£s 

Resolution in House to pay (House Res. No. 416), referred 
2424. 

Goodyear, C P. (contractor) 

Resolution in Senate for sx>ecial committee to investigate 
work on outer bar at Brunswick, Ga., performed by, re- 
committed 324, 401, 782. 

Resolution of inquiry in Senate relative to value of work 
on outer bar at Brunswick, Ga., performed by, passed 
1528. 

Resolution in House to investigate work on outer bar at 
Brunswick, Ga., performed by (House Res. No. 426), re- 
ferred 2937. 

Report of Secretary of War relative to work on outer bar 
at Brunswick, Ga., performed by 2531. 

Statement of work performed on outer bar at Brunswick, 
Ga., by 1639. 

Goose Hill ShoaL See James River. 

Gordon, J. C 

BiUs for reUef (see bUls H. R. 11667, 11669). 
Gordy, Jeremiah 

Bill to pension (see biU S. 5249). 



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Gorman, Arthur P. (a Senator from Maryland) 
Attended 17. 
Appointed conferee 2862, 2863, 2536, 2560, 2681, 2717, 2776, 

2777, 2787, 2805, 2841, 2851. 
Appointed on committee 1389. 
Appointed on committee to wait on President 2869. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army: bill to reorganize 2447, 2455. 

Deficiency appropriation bill: relief of Henry Temmink 2609. 

relief of W. B. Reaney 2792. 

Maritime Canal Company of Nicaragua: bill to incorporate 

758. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill: relief of Annie C. Maccub- 
bin 1597. 

electric lighting in District of Columbia 2572. 

Bi'//8 and Joint reso/utiona introduced by 

District of Columbia: for relief of holders of tax-sale cer- 
tificates of (see biU S. 5417) 1296. 

to abolish office of justice of the peace in (see bill 

S. 5430) 1375. 

to extend Seventeenth street in (see bill S. 5443) 1415. 

Executive Departments: for renewal of bonds by officers 

and clerks in (see bill S. 5458) 1527. 
Government Printing Office: to regulate salaries in (see 

bill S. 5049) 287. 
Horn, Martha E: to pension (see bill S. 5419) 1296. 
Narjes, John A: for relief (see bill S. 5418) 1296. 
Thompson, Elijah: for relief (see bill S. 5250) 686. 
Walton, Henry B: for relief (see bill S. 4936) 55. 
Motions and resoiutions offered by 

Army officers: inauiry relative to promotion of 1919. 

C A. Qambrill Manufacturing Company: inquiry relative 

to contract for flour with (Senate Res. No. 546) (omitted 

in Record). 
Executive session: for 1560. 
District of Columbia: to reconsider vote on bill relative to 

arrearages of taxes in 1018. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Baltimore, Md., Ministers* Association: for temperance leg- 
islation 1918. 

Baltimore, Md., United Confederate Veterans: against pen- 
sions for Confederate veterans 684. 

Maryland, citizens of: for present system of ticket brokerage 
1918. 

United States, Catholic archbishops of: relative to Indian 
education 54. 

Remarks by, on 

Acquisition of territory 1485, 1486. 

Armor plate 2721, 2725. 

Army reorganization 2368, 2869, 2876, 2377, 2879, 2380, 2381, 
2447, 2448. 

Court of Claims auditors 1747, 1748. 

Copyright law 1642. 

District of Columbia taxes 2565. 

Fortification appropriation bill 2720, 2721, 2725. 

Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 1646, 
1647, 1744. 

Morrill, Justin S: death of 2182. 

Muster out of volunteers 213, 216. 

Pension appropriation bill 1158, 1160. 

Philippine Islands 1485, 1486. 

Bock Creek Park roadway 1750. 

Supervising Architect's Office 1645, 1646. 

Tail of Horse Shoe light-vessel 1642. 

Temporary clerks 1682, 1684. 

Washington Public Library 1062, 

Washington and Gettysburg Railway 2777. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee of conference 

Baltimore, Md., public building (bill S. 710) 2798. 

Washington and (3tettysburg Railway (bill H. R. 9428) 2844. 
Committee on tJie District of Columbia 

Capital Railway Company (Report 1777) 2207. 

Impersonation of weighmasters (amendments) 1415. 

Rock Creek Park roadway (Report 1598) 1415. 

S street extension (Report 1606) 1478, 1882. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

GkMport Navy-Tard. See Norfolk Navy- Yard. 

Ok)uld, CJiarles L, 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 11406). 



Oould, George W, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 4422). 
Gk)uldy Helen M, 

Bill to present medal to (see biU S. 5225). 

Joint resolution tendering thanks of Congress to (see H. 
Res. 300). 

Gould, S. S. 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11389). 
Gk)ulding, George W, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11449). 
Government Buildings. See Public Buildinos. 
Government Contracts. See Public Contracts. 
Government Departments. See Executive Departments. 
Government Hospital for the Insane 

Bill to change proceedings for admission to (see bill S. 4626). 
Bills to purchase Wilson Park as addition to (see bills »• 

5525; H. R. 12076). 
Joint resolution for temporary confinement, pending in- 
quiry, of lunatics in (see H. Res. 371). 
Amendment in Senate to purchase Wilson Park as addition 

to 2086. 
Estimate of appropriation for construction of additional 
accommodations for (H. R. Doa 146) 727. 

Government Officers. See Public Officers. 
Government of Foreign People 

Resolution in Senate declaring x>olicy of United States rel- 
ative to, debated 466, 528, 1064, 1152, 1154. 

Government Printing Office 

Bill regulatmg salaries of printers and bookbinders in (see 
bills. 504*9). 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for purchase of ad- 
ditional land for 1919, 1968, 2086. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for construction of 
building for 2039. 

Amendment in Senate relative to pay of printers and book- 
binders in 2207. 

Government Publications. See Pubuc Documents. 

Government Uniforms. See Army. 

Gowdy, William F, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 1378). 
Goyt, Ahner H, 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 11405). 
Grady, John 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11526). 

Papers referred in House 634. 

Grady, Mrs, Patrick J. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11347). 
Graff, Joseph V, (a Representative from Illinois) 
Attended 14. 
Biiis and joint resoiutions introduced by 

Benner, Lorenzo D: to pension (see bill H. R. 11751) 958. 
Myers, Noah: to pension (see bill H. R. 12079) 1726. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Claims 
Frost, Mary R. (Report 1749) 674. 
Hoffman, Wickham (Report 2324) 2689. 
Klrby, Charles K. (Report 2286) 2260. 
Walsh, Alice (Report 1828) 1013. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Graham, David 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 12134). 
Graham, Harvey 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5455). 
Graham, Joseph 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. R. 8056). 
Graham, W, H. 

Bills for reUef (see bills S. 4877; H. R. 11008). 
Graham, William A.^and otJiers 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill S. 5418). 



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Graham, William H. {a Representative from Pennsylvania) 
Sworn in 15. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Allegheny County, Pa., Woman's Christian Temperance 

unions: for temperance legislation 2772. 
American Humane Society: relative to vivisection 1339. 
Bellevue, Pa., Woman's Christian Temperance Union: for 

temperance legislation 1917. 
California Manufacturers and Producers' Association: for 

cable communication with Orient 1148. 
Erie, Pa., Picking Naval Gtorison: relative to clerical force 

of Navy 1528. 
Indian Rights League: for certain legislation 1726. 
Knapp, Henry F: relative to improvement of Great Lakes 

Knights of Labor: to increase American shipping 2261. 
Enoxville, Tenn., Chamber of Commerce: for fast mail 

service 1339. 
Lubin, David: to increase American shipping 1637. 
National American Woman's Suffrage Association: for 

woman suffrage in Hawaii 1201. 
National Woman's Christian Temperance Union: for tem- 

perahoe l^slation 2261. 
New York, brewers of New York City: relative to tax on 

liquors 1829. 
New York Chamber of Commerce: relative to reorganiza- 
tion of consular service 1148. 
New York Merchants' Association: for ceriain legislation 

1476. 
Pennsylvania, citizens of Allegheny: against seating B. H. 

Roberts as Representative 1964. 
Presbytery of Allegheny: against seating B. H. Rob- 
erts as Representative 464, 1673. 
Pennsylvania Association of Retail Grocers: for pure food 

legislation 1148. 
Pennsylvania churches and societies: for temperance legis- 
lation 955, 1523, 1591, 1637, 1672, 1726, 2937. 
Philadelphia, Pa., Trades League: for certain legislation 

2081. 
Pittsburg, Pa., Chamber of Commerce: to increase American 

shipping 1475. 
Pittsburg, Pa., Woman's Club: against desecration of flag 

1372. 
Smith, R. S: for temperance legislation 1339. 
United States Evangelical Alliance: for certain legislation 

2081. 
United States Protestant missionary societies: for certain 

legislation 1201. 
Washington, D. C, National Pure Pood and Drug Congress: 

for national food and drug bill 1523. 
Women's National Indian Association: relative to Chippewa 

Indians 955. 
Remarks by, on 

Armor plate 2250. 

Pittsburg, Pa., industries 1406, 1407. 
Y'oughiogheny River improvement 1408. 
¥otes of See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Orames, Emanuel F, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5197). 
Gkrammer, Oottlieb C. 

Resolution in Senate to refer claim of estate to Court of 
Claims, deferred 686. 

Grand Army of the Republic 

Committee on Appropriations in Senate discharged from 
further considei-ation of petition of Robert Chivas Post 
relative to pensioning of Confederate veterans 1061. 

<}rand Forks, North Dakota 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill S. 5092). 

0rand Haven, Michigan 

BiUs to erect public building at (see bills H. R. 416, 12019). 

Grand Bapids Water Power and Boom Company 

Bills to allow them to dam and bridge Mississippi River 
(see bills S. 5494; H. R. 11732). 

Grant, Ulysses S. 

Amendment in Senate for purchase of portrait of 1479. 

Grant and hia Generals 

Joint resolution to purchase painting of (see H. Res. 349). 



Graves, Mrs, C, N, 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 809). 

Resolution in House to refer daim to Court of Claims 
(House Res. No. 407) 2081. 

Gray, George (a Senator from Delaware) 
Attended 381. 

Resignation as Regent of Smithsonian Institution 2320. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Deficiency appropriation bill: Department of Agriculture 
2208,2535. 

relief of William H. Crook 2609. 

Bif/s and joint resolutions introduced by 

Army: for increasing rank of distinguished retired officers 

of (see bill S. 5572) 2207. 
Gould, Helen Miller: granting gold medal to (see bill S. 
5225) 637. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Delaware legislature: for improvement of Delaware River 
1592. 
Remarks by, on 

Admission to Military Academy 1303. 
Lrigation reservoirs 2276, 2277, 2278. 
Lord Herschell: death of 2639. 
National White Cross of America 2695. 
Phihppine Islands 562, 563, 566, 1489, 1490, 1491, 1492. 
Smokeless powder 2620. 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Gray, Jonas A. 

BUI to pension (see bill H. R. 12103). 
Papers referred in House 1879. 

Gray, Mary E. 

Bills for reUef (see bills S. 5571; H. R. 3778). 
Resolution in House to refer claim to Court of Claims 
(House Res. No. 895) 1672. 

Gray's Battalion of Arkansas Volunteers 

Bill to amend act granting pensions to (see bill H. R. 11637). 
Grayson, Joel 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation to reimburse 2696. 
Great Beds Light, New Jersey 

Amendment in Senate for improvement of channel between 
South Amboy and 1875. 

Great Falls. See Potomac River. 

Great Head. See Winthrop, Massachusetts, 

Great Lakes 

Bill to construct three revenue cutters for service on (see 

bills. 509t). 
Bill to amend law relative to coasting trade on (see bill H. R. 

11345). 
Amendment in Senate for appropriation for construction of 

two revenue cutters for service on 1883, 1968. 
Amendment in Senate to establish schools for instruction in 
seamanship in States bordering on 2432. 

Great Sioux Reservation. See Indians. 

Greater America Exposition. See Omaha Exposition (1899). 

Greely, Philip T, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 618). 
Green, Qeorge 

Amendment in Senate for payment of claim of 732. 
Green, Qeorge E, 

Papers referred in Senate 1340. 
Green, John 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 1183). 
Green, John S, P. 

Bill for relief (see bUl H. R. 11386). 
Green, Nelson 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11326). 
Green, S, R, 

Papers referred in Senate 1060. 
Green Bay, Wisconsin 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 1642). 



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Qreene, William L. (a Representative from Nebraska} 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Divine, Jcdm: to pension (see biU H. B. 118dd) 1298. 

Larkin» Thomas B: to pension (see bin EL B. 11888) 898. 

McCJargar, Tyrns: to pension (see bill H. B. 11289) 821. 

Scbreve, Caleb: to pension (see bill H. B. 11891) 897. 

Wensyan, Adolph: for relief (see bill H. B. 11890) 897. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Eansgen, Adolph: for relief 1298. 

McGu^r, Tyrtis: for pension 821. 

Nebraska, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1442. 

citizens of Whitney: against seating B. H. Boberts 

as Bepresentative 2081. 

postmasters <^: for increase of pay 1442. 

Nebratuca legislature: to pay medical expenses of soldiers on 
f QTlongh 2080. 

against seating polygamists in Congress 2080. 

Nebraska Woman's Home Missionary Society: against seat- 
ing polygamist as Bepresentative 2122. 

Skelton, Joseph W: for reMef 269. 

Wensgen, Adolph: for relief 898. 
Remarlcs by, on 

Alaska criminal laws 512, 518. 

Armor plate 2165, 2247, 2248. 

Army reorganization 1006-1012. 

Bluefield, W. Va. , ^nblic bnilding 2506. 

District of Colnmlna ap pr op riation biQ: eonf esence report 
on 2760. 

Fast mail service 2593, 2694. 

Incidental subjects 1050, 1051. 

International American Bank 241 (Appendix 25). 

Nicaragua Canal 2924. 

Order of business 2030, 2081. 

Pacific Cable Company 778. 

Pension bills 1716. 

Philippine Islands 1006-1012, 2408. 

William Cramp Sc Sons Ship and Engine Building Com- 
pany: relief of 858, 857, 858. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Qreene, William S. (a Bepresentative from Massachusetts) 
Attended 14. 

Leave of absence granted to 9S3. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Army: to retire as brigadier-general any colonel command- 
ing biigade at Santiago (see biU H. B. 11270) 820. 
Arctic expedition: tendering thanks of Congress to officers 
and men of (see H. Bes. 870) 22601 
Motions and resolutions offered by 
Adjourn: to 1283. 

Simpkins, John: on death of 726, 1228. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Boston, Mass., Chamber of Commerce: relative to reorgan- 
ization of consular service 882. 

Boston, MasB., Merchants' Association: for improronent of 
Koad Sound 559. 

for certain legislation 598. 

East Sandwich, Mass.* Patrons of Hnsbandry: to increase 
American shipping 882. 

Fall Biver, Mass., Board of Trade: to increase American 
shipping 1057. 

Marthas Vineyard Interdenominational (Ik)nvention: for 
certain legislation 204. 

Massachusetts, citizens of: r^ative to civil service 780. 

for temperance legislation 780. 

relative to Point Bmtow expedition 2261. 

citizens of Hyannis: for improvement of harbor 684. 

postmasters of Barnstable County: relative to com- 
pensation of fourth-class postmasters 780. 

business firms of New Bedford: for improvement of 

harbor 398. 

Massachusetts societies: for temperance legislation 780. 

Massachusetts Woman's Christian Temperance unions: 
against seating B. H. Boberts as Bepresentative 2690, 2937. 

New Bedford, Mass. , Builders' Exchuige: to increase Ameri- 
can shipping 882. 

Provincetown, Mass., Maritime Exchange: to increase 
American shipping 559. 

New Bedford, Mass., South Bristol Farmers' dab: to in- 
crease American shipping 1779. 
Remarks by, on 

Simpkins, John: death of 1228L 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 



Oreenhilly Theodore (7. 

Besolution in House to refer claim to Court of Claims, passed 
1504. 

Greenhill, TheopMLv^s C. 

Petition for relief 18r 
Greer, John 

Bills to pension (see bills & 5158; H. B. 11204). 

Papers referred in House 246. 

Greer County, Oklahoma 

Bin to amend act to provide for entry of lands in (see bill 
a B. 11771). 

Gr^gr, Daxnd If. 

Bill to place on retired list of Army (see bill S. 1747)« 
Gregg, George 

Bill for reHef (see bill H. B. 7092). 

Gregory, James A. 

Bill for relief of estate (see bUl S. 5078). 
Gregory, James M, 

Petition for correction of Congressional Becord 2987. 
Gregory County, South Dakota 

Bill to reunbmrse certain settlers in (see l^ S. 4934), 

Gresham, Sarah 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 409). 
Gribble, Enos M, 

BUI for relief (see biU H. B. 12087). 

Petition for relief 1688. 

Gridley, Charles V, 

Joint resolutions for monument to (see S. B. 237; H. Bes. 

357). 
Amendment in Senate for appropriation for monument to 



Papers to accompany House joint resolution Na 357 for 
monument to 1879. 

Gridley, Harriet V. 

Bills to increase pension (see bills S. 5862; H. B. 12054). 

Griffin, Miehad (a Bepresentative from Wisconsin) 
Attended 14. 
Appointed teller 1514. 
Amendments offered by, 

Army: bill to reorganize 1262, 1270,1284. 
Bifis and joint resolutions introduced by 

Army ration: to increase (see bill H. B. 11555) 633. 
Military justice: to prevent failure of (see bill H. B. 11811) 

356. 
War Department: to amend act to suspend operation of cer- 
tain provisions of law relating to (see bill H. B. 11879) 
1292. 
Women nurses: for employment in Army of (see bill H. B. 
11770) 1013. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 
Adjourn: to 1050, 
Beckman, Edward F: to pay difference in salary (House 

Kes. No. 361) 491. 
Session employees: for payment of (House Bes. No. 365) 674. 
Women nurses: to print bill for employment in Anny of 
1252. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Wisconsin diurches: for temperance legishrtion 635, 1411, 

1779. 

Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization 1254, 1271. 

Eau Claire, Wis., public building 1626. 

Suspension of laws relating to War Departakoot 2478. 

Wisconsin public lands 1851. 

Women nurses 1513, 1514, 1515. 

Yglesias, Luis: relief oi 858. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Military Affairs 

Home for a^ed colored pec^le (Bsport 1795) 881. 

Home for disabled volunteers (Bepoet 2183) 2080. 

Lane, Henry (Bepoet 2320) 2689. 

Bomboraement for medical eacpenses (Bbpobt 1904} 1474. 

State expenses for volunteers (Bbpobt 2176) 2035. 



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Qxiffin— Continned. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Military Affairs 
StnU, John (Bepobt 2182) 208a 
War Department expenditures (Bepobt 2050) 1686. 
Women nnrses (Report 1905) 1474. 
Yglesias, Lnis (Bepobt 1751) 680. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Qrifan, W. C. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11889). 

Gnffith, Francis M. (a Representcdive from Indiana) 

Attended 14. 

Leave of absence granted to 1718. 
BWs and joint resohithns introduced by 

Brisben, John: to pension (see bill H. B. 11928) 1888. 

Broadhead» Elizabeth W: to pension (see bill H. B. 11781) 
1013. 

Charlton, Henry: for relief (see bill H. B. 11989) 1475. 

Conway, Emily M: to pension (see bill H. B. 11660) 779. 

Fnget, Sarah A: to pension (see bill H. B. 11750) 958. 

Hallihan, Edward: to remove charge of desertion (see biU 
H. B. 11580) 674. 

Harper, Alexander D: to pension (see bill H. B. 11696) 826. 

McCiowen, Mary A: to pension (see bill H. B. 11817) 1147. 

McGowan, William T: to increase pension (see bill H. B. 
11561) 634. 

McMnllen, Myron H: to remove charge of desertion (see 
bill H. B. 11562) 634 

Madison, Ind: to continue harbor improvement at (see bill 
H. B. 11533) 598. 

Ohio Biver: for improvement of (see bill H. B. 11534) 598. 

Pension conrt of appeals: to create (see bill H. B. 11183) 245. 

Yansickle, Ann F: to pension (see bill H. B. 11520) 559. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Conwav, Emily M: for relief 780. 

Greensbnrg, Ind., Garland Mills Company: relative to tariff 
rates of transportation 2425. 

Hallehan, Edward, alias Holland: for relief 675. 

Indiana, citizens of: for temperance legislation 827, 955, 
1057, 1148, 1234, 1442. 

for postal savings banks 1872. 

agamst seating R H. Boberts as BepreBentative2937. 

postmasters of: for increase of compensation 2261. 

Indiana chnrches and societies: agiunst seating B. H. Bob- 
erts as Bepresentative 2855. 

Indiana Grand Army of Bepnblic: relative to civil service 
1057. 

Indiana legislature: for payment of revenue tax by corpora- 
tions 2203. 

Jefferson County, Ind., Horticultural Society: to increase 
American shipping 2261. 

Lawrenceburg, ind., city council: for improvement of Ohio 
Blver 598. 

McGowan, William T: for increase of pension 684, 2170. 

McMullen, Myron H: for relief 634. 

Noble, Lewis: for relief 1057. 

Sweeney, Patrick: for relief 559. 

United States Protestant Missionary Societies: against seat- 
ing B. H. Boberts as Bepresentative 1673. 

Yansickle, Ann Frances: for pension 559. 

Yersailles, Ind., Grand Army of the Bepnblic: relative to 
civil service and appointments 634. 

Yevay, Ind., Eggleston Club: ag^nst seating B. H. Boberts 
as Bepresentative 2122. 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Yotes. 
Griffith, Joseph 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 9866). 
Griffith, Meshack 

Petition for relief of estate 1443. 
Griffith, Richard 

Bills for reUef of estate (see bills a 5496; H. B. 12145). 
Griffith, William A. 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 12015). 
Griffiths, Mary D, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 291). 

Griggs, Henry O. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 2867). 

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Griggd, James M. (a Representative from Georgia) 
Attended 14. 

Leave of absence granted to 2771. 
BiUs and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Georgia Pine Bailway Company: to allow to bridge Flint 
Biver (see bill H. B. 11867) 1233. 
Remarlcs by, on 

Georgia Pine Bailway 1852. 
Sectional reconciliation 1460. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
*Groom, John 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11200). 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 11675.) 

Grosvenor, Charles H. (a Representative from Ohio) 
Attended 14. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Navy appropriation bill 2163. 
Bii/s and joint resoiutions introduced by 

Chillicothe, Ohio: to erect public buildiug at (see bill H. B. 

12059) 1672. 
Cuba and Porto Bico: to print reports of Bobert P. Porter 

•n industrial and commercial conditions of (see H. Bes. 

850)1442. 
Government publications: to print label of Typographical 

Union on (see bill H. B. 12169) 2260. 
Pensions: granting for ninety days' service (see bill H. B. 

11595) 674. 
Motions and resoiutions offered by 
Adjourn: to 2080, 2256, 2769. 
Crowe, Craven: to withdraw his pi^rs 88. 
Nicaragua Canal: making special order for consideration of 

bill to construct (House Bes. No. 402) 1916. 
Northway, Stephen A: on death of 27. 

for eulogies on 1021. 

Payne, Sereno E: for election as Speaker pro tempore 1796. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Cleveland, Ohio, Grand Army of Bepnblic: relative to civil 

service 2203. 
Ohio, citizens of: against seating B. H. Boberts as Bepre- 
sentative 1293, 2203. 

for postal savings banks 2203. 

Ohio Association of Union ex-Prisoners of War: relative to 

pensions 2203. 
Ohio churches and societies: against seating B. H. Boberts 

as Bepresentative 2203. 
Remarks by, oa 

Alaska criminal laws 884, 385, 887, 888, 420, 421, 428, 424, 425, 

426, 427, 589. 
Army appropriation bill 2919. 
Army reorganizaUon 1090-1095, 1098, 1180, 1222, 1226, 1226, 

1822. 1823, 2682. 
Assaults upon the Administration 2510-2518. 
Cameron, James and Emma S: relief of 1498, 1499, 1500, 

1501. 
Canton, Ohio, public building 1584, 1632. 
Civil-service law 455, 456, 457, 463. 
Civil-service pensions 2401. 
Dingley, Nelson: death of 1762, 1777. 
District of Columbia appropriation bill: conference report 

on 2910. 
District of Coltmibia taxation 1868, 1869, 187a 
Duty on wool (Appendix 111). 
East Pascagoula, Miss., port 1337. 
Economic Postage Association 2107. 
Financial and industrial conditions (Appendix 72). 
House employees' pay 2905, 2906. 
Incidental subjects 623, 1757, 1851. 
Leave to print 2472. 
Legislation on appropriation bills 1908. 
Leprosy investigation 2492. 
Lewis, Mr: remarks of 865, 866. 
McGnire, Michael J: case of 1459. 
Muskingum Biver, Ohio, improvement 1898. 
Naval Academy buildings 2151. 
Nicaragua Canal 1665, 1903-1908. 
Northway, Stephen A: death of (Appendix 254). 
Ohio Centennial and Northwest Territory Exposition 2748« 
PhiUppine Islands 1090-1095, 2318, 2407, 2510-2518. 
Biver and harbor appropriation bill 1356, 1363, 1365. 
Sale of liquor on Sunday 2240, 2241. 



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Orosvenor— Continned. 
Remarks by, on 

State expenses for volunteers 2111, 2113, 2114. 

Sundry civil appropriation bill 1877, 1903, 1904, 1005, 1906, 

1907, 1908 (Appendix 111). 
Tennessee Biver improvement 1895, 1896. 
Territorial acquisition 624. 
Toledo centennial 2396. 
Topographic survey 1809. 
Treaty with Spain 862, 868. 
Voting machines 1612, 1618. 

William Cramp & Sons' Ship and Engine Building Company: 
relief of 862, 863. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Ways and Means 
East Pascagoula, Miss., deputy collector's office (Report 

1821) 1012. 
Ohio Centennial aud Northwest Territory Exposition (bill 
H. R. 12102; Report 2108) 1879. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Grout, WiUiam, W. (a Representative from Vermont) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 580, 2761, 2922. 
Appointed on funeral committee 407. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Barre, Vt: donating condemned cannon to (see bill H. R. 

11790) 1018. 
Burrows, Benjamin: for relief (see bill H. R. 11641) 728. 
Government buildings: to prohibit sale of liquors in (see 

bill H. R. 12211) 2771. 
Letter carriers: to grade substitute (see bill H. R. 12061) 

1672. 
St. Johnsbury, Vt: donating condemned cannon to (see bill 

H. R. 11791) 1013. 
Silver, Norris W: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 

H. R. 12J81) 2355. 
Motions and resolutions offered 6/ 

Morrill, Justin S: for eulogies on 1718. 

on death of 2196. 

for printing eulogies on 2928. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Chelsea, Vt., churches and societies: for certain legislation 
2170. 

Davis, Alvi T: relative to compensation of fourth-class 
postmasters 729. 

District of Columbia, citizens of Washington: relative to 
site for Supreme Court building 729. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Trades Leiurue: relative to letter postage 
2170. 

Randolph, Vt. , churches and societies: for temperance legis- 
lation 1201. 

Vermont, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1339. 

St seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 2425, 



postmasters of: for increase of pay 1523, 1591, 1673, 

1726, 2425. 
Vermont churches and societies: for certain legislation 1293, 

1339, 1442, 1475. 
Vermont Pharmaceutical Association: for modification of 

war-revenue law 729. 
Vermont Society of Colonial Dames: for legislation in inter- 
ests of morality 1726. 
Remarks by, on 

Army canteens 1318. 
Army reorganization 1257, 1318. 

District of Columbia appropriation bill 159, 160, 161, 162, 
163, 164. 

conference report on 2757, 2758, 2759, 2760, 2761, 2908, 

2909, 2910, 2911, 2912, 2913, 2922, 2927, 2928. 
Morrill, Justin S: death of 2196. 
Newport, Vt., public building 1625. 
Sectarian appropriations 160, 161, 162. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee of conference 
District of <:k)lumbia appropriation bill (bill H. R. 11083) 
2755, 2908, 2927. 
Committee on Appropriations 
District of Columbia appropriation bill (bill H. R. 11083; 
Report 1666) 112, 133. 

Votes of See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 



Grover, Lafayette 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation to pay 2481. 
Petition for relief 2083. 

Grow, Galusha A. (a Representative from Pennsylvania) 
Attended 14. 

Appointed on funeral committee 407. 
Appointed teller 2101. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Constitution of United States: for amendment giving Presi* 
dent power to negotiate treaties of peace (see H. Res. 853) 
1497. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Carbondale, Pa., Preachers' Alliance: for certain legislation 
357. 

Johnstown, Pa., churches and societies: for temperance leg- 
islation 955. 

Pennsylvania, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1779. 
Remarks by, on 

Alaska criminal laws 584. 

Army reorganization 1167. 

Committee of Whole 198, 202. 

District of Columbia taxation 1869. 

Indemnihr to Spain 1957, 2674. 

Morrill, Justin S: death of 2202. 

Pacific cable 2899. 

Philippine Islands 1703. 

Rules of House 201. 

Tewksbury, Samuel: relief of estate 26, 2101, 2102, 2103. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Gniber, Sophia 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 1724). 
Guam Island. See Ladrone Islands. 

Guernsey, John H, 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11484). 
Guild, Nellie M. 

BUI to pension (see bill S. 4874). 
Gulf and Northern Railroad Company 

Bills to grant right of way through Indian and Oklahoma 
Territories (see bills S. 5475; H. R. 12042). 

Gulf, Louisiana and Great Northern Railway Company 

Bill to allow them to bridge Red River (see bill H. R. 11370) . 
Gulfport, Mississippi 

Bill to dredge channel from Ship Island Harbor to (see bill 

H. R. 11603). 
Report of Secretary of War on survey of channel from Ship 
Island Harbor to railroad pier at (H. R. Doc 120) 428. 

Gullett, John E. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 8329). 
Gummer, Susan A, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 2700). 
Gunn, James (a Representative from Idaho) 

Attended 14. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Idaho legislature: for free-homestead act 2260. 

for river improvements 2260. 

for election of United States Senators by people 2855. 

for free coinage of silver 2355. 

Guns. See ORDNANCfE and Fortifications. 

Gusler, Hattie E, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 2555). 
Guss, Henry R. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11030). 
Haake, Adolph von 

Bill to correct muster of (see bill S. 2638)« 
Hadley, Daniel B, 

Petition for pension 464. 
Hadley, Mary 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11070). 
Hagenbuch, Isaiah 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 12146). 



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Hager, Alva L, (a Kepresentative from louxi) 
Attended 14. 
6t7/s and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Deignan, Osman: to appoint cadet at Naval Academy (see 

H. Kes. 839) 881. 
Denny, John: to pension (see bill H. R. 11581) 674, 
Lyman, Rachel S: to pension (see bill H. R. 11588) 674. 
Page, Thomas: for relief (see bill H. R. 11582) 674. 
Percy, Palmer Q: for relief (see biU H. R. 11108) 183. 
Perkins, Zadoc O: to pension (see bill H. R. 11103) 188. 

Motions and resolutions offered by 

Ck>mmittee on Enrolled Bills: to allow two additional clerks 

for (Honse Res. No. 875) 838, 2669. 
Engrossed bills: to snspend act for printing 2808. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Iowa, citizens of: against continuing exposition at Omaha, 
Nebr., 525. 

citizens of Harlan: relative to exposition at Omaha 

729. 
Iowa chnrches and societies: for temperance legislation 729, 
1148,1234,1372. 
Remarks by, on 

Deignan, Osborne W: appointment of 2489. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes, 

Hager, «7. K. 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 8532). 

Halinemann, Samuel 

Joint resolution for monument to (see S. R. 48). 

Haines, Zenas T. 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 8005). 

Hale, Eugene (a Senator from Maine) 
Attended 1 

Appointed 'conferee 287, 1876, 1982, 2681, 2717, 2787, 2805, 
2831, 2841, 2851. 
• Appointed on committee 1889. 

Appointed on Committee on Centennial Celebration in City 

of Washington 284. 
Credentials presented 918. 

Amendments offered by, to 

Navy appropriation bill: New York naval magazine 92. 
relief of Arthur Burtis 167. 

Bills and Joint resolutions Introduced by 

Admiral and vice-admiral: to revive grades of (see bill 

S. 4861) 19. 
Auxiliary vessels: to allow sale of (see bill S. 4868) 19. 
Bucksport Narrows, Maine: for improvement of (see S. R. 

206) 824. 
Maine— 17. S. S: to erect in Havana monument to sailors and 

marines lost bv destruction of (see S. R. 187) 20. 
Medals: to distribute to officers and men of North Atlantic 

Squadron (see S. R. 213) 561. 
Montoya, Alberto Valenzuela: to admit to Naval Academy 

(see S.R. 219)601. 
Naval cadets: to allow appointment from apprentices in 

Navy (see bill S. 4862) 19. 
Naval reserve: to organize (see bill S. 4972) 92. 
Navy: to establish judge-advocate's corps in (see bill S. 

4973) 92. 

to change term of certain enlisted men in (see S. R. 

217) 601. 

granting extra pay to temporary force of (see bill S. 

5363) 1061. 
Navy and Marine Corps: to remove charge of desertion 

from certain appointed or enlisted men of (see bill S. 4864) 
19. 

granting medals to officers and men of (see bill S. 

5005) 167. 

to restore to original status certain officers of (see 

biU S. 5006) 167. 
Navy Department: to fix pay of retired bureau chiefs in (see 

bill S. 5074; 359. 
Olive Frances— brig: forrelief of owners (see bill S. 4904) 29. 
Singhi, Martin U: for relief (see biU S. 5014) 206. 
Transport service: to place under supervision of Navy De- 
partment (see bill S. 4974) 92. 
Yglesais, Ricardo: to admit to Naval Academy (see S. R. 

218) 601. 



Hale— Continued. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 
Adjourn: to 679. 
Adjourn over: to 53, 217. 
Claims: inquiry in Senate relative to allowed i 
Dingley, Nelson: on death of 679,2640. 
Executive session: for 217, 364, 2787. 
Hour of meeting: fixing at 12 o'clock m. 2. 
Naval architecture: to print report of board on 919. 
Navy Department: to recommit bill fixing pay of chief of 

bureaus in 688. 
Navy report: to print 29. 

Navy and Marine Corps: to print bill to reorganize person- 
nel 528, 1061, 1641, 2043. 
to recommit bill to reorganize personnel 1593. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Biddeford, Me., Board of Trade: to increase American ship- 
ping 684. 

Hallowell, Me., Granite Cutters' National Union: for labor 
legislation 1780. 

E[rui)p armor: memorandum relative to 2480. 

Lippitt, Francis J: relative to Philippine Islands 91. 

Maine, citizens of: for present system of ticket brokerage 
205, 492, 1059, 1202, 1880. 

for certain legislation 858, 1780. 

Maine Board of Trade: for light-ship off Portland Harbor 
358. 

Maine Woman's Christian Temperance Union: for temper- 
ance legislation 358. 

Maine Woman's Suffrage Association: for woman suffrage 
1874. 

North Jay, Me., Granite Cutters' Union: for labor legisla- 
tion 1202. 

O'Neil, Charles: paper relative to Gathmann system of 
throwing high explosives 1881. 

Portland, Me., Board of Trade: to increase American ship- 
ping 684. 

Portland, Me., Women's Indian Association: against Chip- 
pewa Commission 1374. 

Vinalhaven, Me., Granite Cutters' Union: for temperance 
legislation 1444. 

Remarks by, on 

Admiral of Navy 1782, 1787. 

Alaska criminal laws 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1938, 1989. 

Armor plate 2844, 2845, 2846, 2847, 2848, 2850, 2851 , 2862, 2803, 

2864,2885. 
Boston harbor lines 2869. 
Census 1788, 1789. 

Cuba and Porto Rico commission 298. 
Cuban franchises 2809, 2810. 
Deficiency appropriation bill 2773, 2777, 2778, 2779, 2789, 2790, 

2791, 2792, 2798, 2795, 2796, 2797, 2798, 2799, 2800, 2801. 
Dingley, Nelson: death of 679, 2645. 
Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill 1205, 1205, 1207. 

1208, 1209, 1210. 
Incidental subjects 61. 
Muster out of volunteers 212, 218. 

Navy appropriation bill 2610, 2611, 2620, 2621, 2631, 2682, 
2685, 2686, 2687, 2639. 

conference report on 2805, 2844, 2845, 2846, 2847, 2861, 

2862, 2863, 2864, 2865. 
Navy personnel bill 1920, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 

1975, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982. 
Order of business 1205, 2716, 2717, 2788. 
Pacific cable 1686, 2782, 2783. 
Pension appropriation bill 1158. 
Philippine islands: resolutions relative to 1782, 1783, 1784, 

1785, 1786, 1787, 1841. 
Recknagel & Co: reUef of 2618, 2773. 
War deficiency appropriation bill 208, 209, 211. 

Reports made by, from 
Committee of conference 
Deficiency appropriation bill (bill H. R. 12203) 2861. 
Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill (bill H. R. 11487) 

Navy appropriation bill (bill H. R. 12122) 2805, 2844, 2861. 
Navy and Marine Corps personnel (bill H. R. 10403) 2698. 
War deficiency appropriation bill (bill H. R. 10989) 297. 
Committee on Appropriations 
Deficiency appropriation bill (bill H. R. 12203) 2726. 
Navy appropriation bill (bill H. R. 12122; Report 1854) 

2556. 
Urgent deficiency appropriation bill (bill H. R. 11716) 919. 
War deficiency appropriation bill (bill H. R. 10989) 176. 



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Hale— Continned. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Naval Affairs 
Admiral of Navy (bill S. 5353) 1783, 1787. 
Monament to yictinis of exnlosion of X7. S. S. Maine at 

Havana (S. B. 187) 1415. 
Navy Department omefs of bureaus (bill S. 5074) 526. 
Navy and Marine Corpo personnel (Inll H.B. 10403) 1015, 

Votes of. See Yea-aitd-Nat Votes, 
Hall, Catherine M, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 4688), 
Hall, H. Clay 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. B. 11844). 
Hall, Harry J» 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5562). 

Hall, J. E. 

Besolntion in Honse to allow one month's extra pay, passed 
2908. ^^ 

Hall, John 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see biU H. B. 11908). 
Hall^JVmu-od 

Papers referred in Honse 1888. 
Hall, Washington E, 

Bill to correct military record (see Inll H. B, 11874). 
Hall of Becords 

Bfll to purchase site for (see bill H. B. 11769). 
Hallett, Fanny 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11581). 
Hallihan, Edward 

BOl to remove charge of deaertian (see bill H. B. 11580). 

Petition for relief 675. 

Halter, Sarah A, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 2026). 
Hamblen, Charles F, 

Bill to exchange lands at St AngnsiineyFla., with (see bill 
a 3675). 

Hamburger, Ja^cdb N, 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 1607). 
HamiU, M. E, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 8718). 
Hamilton, C. D. 

Bill for relief of estate (see bm S. 6201). 
Etamilton, Edward L, (a BepresentaHvefrom Michigan) 

Attended 14. 
BiJ/s aod Joint resotutiona Introducsd bf 

Burch, James Y: to pension (see bills H. B. 11642, 11783) 
728,1018. 

Cathran, Mary: to pension (see biU H. B. 12154) 2170. 

Dobson, Bichard: to pension (see bill H. B. 12048) 1637. 

Qeiser, Abraham: to pension (see bill H. B. 11146) 165. 

Kennedy, Ellsworth: fear relief (see bill H. B. 11976) 1442. 

Leclear, Daniel: for relief (see Wl H. B. 11502) 525. 

Lusk, Soloman: for relief (see biU H. B. 11977) 1442. 

Misner, Gharlea: to pension (see bm H. B. 11782) 1013. 

Norwood, A: to pension (see bill H. B. 11974) 1442. 

Bandall, Mary A: to pension (see bUl H. B. 11966) 1412. 

Shell, Albert: tor reli^ (see bill H. B. 12118) 1964. 

Waugh, Mary J: to pension (see bill H. B. 12117) 1964. 

Young, James A: to pension (see bill H. "SL 11976) 1442* 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Barch, James V: for pennon 1018. 

Geiser, Abraham, for increase of pendon 650. 

Michigan, citizens of: for temperance legislation 284, 525, 
596,729. 

Michigan churches and societies: for tesnpefance legislation 
586, 1057, 18da 

Beed, John, alias Flanagan, Michael: lor relief 1442. 
Remarks by, os 

Army i^ropriation bOl 2S19. 

Dingley, Nelson: death of 1771. 

Na^onal policy 231». 
¥ofes of. See Yka-a2I1>-Nat Vorasr. 



Hamilton, Isabel B. 

Bills to increase pension (see bills S. 4883, 5304; H. B. 11133. 
11203). 

Hamilt<m, Samud C. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11402). 
Hamilton, SSsro^ 

Bill to pension (see bin S. 8466). 

C]k)Qcurreot resolution requesting President to return to 
Senate bill (S. 8466) granting pension to, passed 2696, 2761. 
Message of President returning to Senate bill (S. 3466) 
granting a pension to (S. Doa 165) 28(Kh 

Hammett, Daniel C. (administrator) 

Petition for relief 73a 
Hammond, Cassius S. 

Bm for relief (see bill H. B. 12223) 
Hammond, F. L, 

Bill for reli^ of estate (see bUl S. 5219) 
Hammond, Indiana 

BiU to regulate holding United States courts a^ (see bill 
H. B. 10568). 

Amendment in Senate to bill (H. B. 10563) to regulate hold- 
ing United States courts at 957. 

Hammond, Thomas B, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 6076). 

Hammond, William A, 

Bills to amend act for relief of (see b^U S. 5069; H. B. 11241« 

Hancock Brothers and Ck>mi»an7 

BiU for reUef (see bOl H. B. 11785). 

Handlin, Michael 

BiU to pension (see bUl S. 5103). 

Hands, James 

Bill to increase pension (see biU H. B. 11779). 

Handy, Levin Irving (a Bepreaentaiive from Delaware) 
Attended 14. 
Amendments offered by, to 

District of (Columbia appropriation biU 162. 

Foster, Cassius G: biU for reUef of 411. 

LegislatLve, executive, and judicial ap^opriation bill 453. 

Biver and harbor apiH:t)priation biU 1368. 
Biiis and Joint resoluiions introduced by 

American merchant marine: to encourage (see biU H. B. 
11466) 490. 

Lungren, Norris L: to pension (see biU H. B. 11729) 881. 
Motions and resoiutions offered by 

Adjourn: to 2121. 
Petitions and papera preeenfed by, from 

Delaware, miuisters of Wilmington: against seating B. H. 
Boberts as Bepresentatiye 2202. 

Delaware assembly: against seating polygamists in Congress 



Delaware legislature: for improvement of Delaware Biver 

2170. 
WUmington, DeL, Board of Trade: for regulatiz^ express 

companies 89. 
Remarks by, on 

American seamen 130, 181, 132. 

Army reorganization 1186, 1220, 1221. 

Biueiield. W. Ya., public buiMmg 1572, 2596, 2S97. 

Brunswick, N. J., public building 1571. 

Chincoteagne Bay, Ya., improvemait 1868, 1869. 

Diplomatic and consnhur appropriatioii bill 609^ 61(^. 

District of Columbia appropriation biU 163. 

Elgin, m., pubtic building 1578, 1579. 

Elmira, N. Y., public buildiog 1567, 1568. 

Everly, Jesse: penskm to 1195, 1196. 

Foster, Cassius G.: relief of 411, 412. 

Great Falls of Potomac Biver 121, 128, 124. 

Hahnemann, Samuel: monument to 2884. 

JoHet, lU., miblic buiiding 1574. 

Luke, Sarah A: pensioti to 1196. 

Navy personnel bUl 717, 718, 72a 

Oakland, Cal., pubUc building 1566. 

QiMStioB of order 2245^ 2246. 

State war expenses 2114. 



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Remarks by, on 

War defidency appropriation bill 78. 
Wilkesbarre, Pa., pimlic building 1577, 1578. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on the Merchant Marine and Fuheries, 
Ship subsidy (Report 18f(6, part 3) {omitted in Record). 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay YoTBi. 
Haney, Mary 

Petition for relief 559. 
Hanger, Jacob L. 

Bills for relief (see bills H. B. 1733, 11505). 
Hankins, James D, 

BiU for relief (see bill H. B. 11931). 

Hankins, James W. 

Bill for reUef (see bUl H. B. 11234). 

Hanna, George 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5248). 

Hanna, Marcus A. (a Senator from Ohio) 

Attended 1. 

Appointed conferee 1790. 

Appointed on committee 1389. 

Report of Committee on Privileges and Elections in Senate 

relative to investigation of charges of bribery in election 

of (S. Bbpobt 1859) 2558. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Navy appropriation bill 2022. 
B///S and joint resolutions introduced by 

American vessels: granting sabaidies to (see bill S. 5024) 

280. 
Bootes, J. T: for relief (see S. B. 190) 55. 
Denison and Northern Bailway Company: to amend act 

granting right of way to (see bill S. 5424) 1290. 
Donely, WiUiam: for reUef (see bill S. 5557) 2129. 
Dnff, Edward M: to increase pennon (see bill S. 5420) 1290. 
Dnnn, William: to increase pension (see bill S. 5497) 1787. 
Gaylord, George G: to increase pension (see bill S. 5422) 

1290. 
Grames, Emannel F: to increase pension (see bill S. 5197) 

001. 
Harris, Catharine: to pension (see bill S. 5450) 1479. 
Haskell, Bida B: to increase pension (see bill S. 5198) 001. 
Hasson, Benjamin F: for relief (see bill S. 4961) 55. 
Kearney, Thomas H: to increase pension (see bill S. 5421) 

1290. 
Eiskadden, William: for relief of estate (see bill S. 5444) 

1415. 
Lee, Lanra P: to increase pension (see bin S. 5301) 1001. 
Beeder, Charlotte A: to increase pension (see bill S. 5423) 

1290. ^ 

Stevenson, Andrew B: to pension (see bill S. 5195) 001. 
Ward, Abby J: to pension (see bill S. 5190) 001. 
Zanesville, Ohio: to erect public boilding at (see bill S. 5480) 

1040. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Ashtabnla, Ohio, Methodist Episcopal Church: for temper- 
ance legislation 1477. 

Brighton, Ohio, Patrons of Husbandry: to increase Ameri- 
can shipping 1151. 

California chambers of commerce: to increase American 
shipping 1151. 

Canton, Ohio, Board of Trade: to increase American ship- 
ping 828. 

Chicago, HI., merchants' associations: against present sys- 
tem of ticket brokerage 828. 

Cincinnati, Ohio, Playing (3ard Company; for quarantine 
reflations 2387. 

Cincinnati, Ohio, (Jhamber of Commerce; for certain legis- 
lation 1151. 

Cincinnati, Ohio, Commercial Club: relative to quarantine 
service 828. 

Cincinnati, Ohio, Sportsmen's Beview Publishing Ck>mpany: 
relative to posts^ laws 828. 

Cincinnati, Ohio, United States Playing Card Company: 
relative to quarantine regulations 2387. 

(Cincinnati, Ohio, Young Men's Business (Hub: to increase 
American shipping 1151. 

Cleveland, Ohio, Chamber of Commerce: for certain legis- 
lation 1151. 



Hanna— Continued. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Cleveland, Ohio, Civil Engineers' Club; for Navy personnel 

bill 1151. 
Cleveland, Ohio, League Associated Engineers; to increase 

efOiciency of Navy and Marine Corps 828. 
Dayton, Ohio, Merchant Tailors' Exchange: to increase 

American shipping 1151. 
Defiance, Ohio, (^rand Army of Bepublic: relative to civil 

service 1151. 
Gladden, Washington: a«»inBt CSiippewa Commission 1150. 
Hill, B. C, and W. E. Wight: to increase rank of Army 

veterinary surgeons 2887. 
Indianapolis, Ind., International Typogn4;>hical Union: for 

present svstem of ticket brokerage 828. 
Kmgley, £L. B: relative to National Guard 1477. 
Lee, J. A: to increase rank of veterinary surgeons 1477. 
Medina, Ohio, Board of Trade: to increase American ship- 
ping 828. 
National Nonpartisan Woman's Christian Temperance 
^ Union: for temperance legislation 1477. 
New York American Shipping and Industrial League: to 

increase American shipping 1477. 
New York Merchants' Association: for pneumatic-tube 

system 1151. 
New York Merchants and Manufacturers' Board of Trade: 

to increase American shipping 828. 
New York, N. Y. , North Side iBoard of Trade: to increase 

American shipping 828. 
Ohio, citizens di for certain l^^lation 1151, 2887. 

relative to second-class mail matter 1477, 1151. 

Ohio hoajrd of fa«al1^: for national bureau of health 1470. 
Ohio churches and societies: for certain legislation 828, 1151, 
• 2387/ 
Ohio Cigar Makers' International Union: against territorial 

expansion 1151. 
Ohio labor unions and associations: for labor legislation 1050, 

1477, 2387. 
Ohio Liquor League: against certain legislation 828. 
Ohio Patrons of Husbandry: to increase American shipping 

828, 1477. 
Ohio railway conductors: against present system of ticket 

brokerage 828. 
St Louis, Mo., Merchants' Association: against present sys- 
tem of ticket brokerage 828. 
Smith, T. B: for pure-food legislation 1150. 
Southeimer, Sol: for labor le^lation 1477. 
Springfield, Ohio, Board of Trade: for present system of 

ticket brokerage 828. 
Toledo, Ohio, Liquor Dealers' Protective Association: for 

temperance legislation 1150. 
Tuckerman, L. B: against anti-vivisection bill 1150. 
United States, citizens of: for increase of rank for veteri- 
nary surgeons 1151, 2387. 

against increased rank for veterinary surgeons 828. 

for labor legislation 2387. 

United States labor unions and associations of: for labor 

legislation 2387. 
United States Methodist Episcopal Church; for temperance 

l^islation 828. 
Youngstown, Ohio, Iron Manufacturers' Association: to in- 
crease American shipping 828, 
Remar/cs by, on 

Cleveland, Ohio, public building 2559. 
Gathmann torpedo gun 2022, 2023, 2080, 2037, 2038, 2724. 
Vincent, Joseph T: relief of 2307. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Naval Affairs 

Gathmann torpedo gun (amendment) 2550. 
Committee on Pemions 
Adams, Martha (Bbpobt 1835) 2584. 
Barber, Charles H. (Bspobt 1838) 2534. 
Earth, Wilhelmina (Bbpobt 1081) 1039. 
Bowen, Elisabeth H: (Bbpobt 1030) 1089. 
Bullen, Henry (Bbpobt 1730) 2120. 
Carlton, James C. (Bepobt 1802) 2358. 
Christy, William B. (Bbpobt 1029) 1039. 
Cobb, Mary F. (Bbpobt 1830) 2534. 
Cooley, Ann E. (Bbpobt 1872) 2008. 
Devol, Frank S. (Bepobt 1093) 2085. 
Doebler, John (Bepobt 1729) 2120. 
Gibson, Joel W. (Bepobt 1032) 1039. 
Harris, Catharine (Bbpobt 1871) 2008. 
Harrow, Juliette (Bbpobt 1510) 957. 
Hendricks, Mary Longley (Bbpobt 1471) 000. 



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Hanna— Continned. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Pensions 

Holway, William P. (Repobt 1887) 2584. 

Litzenberg, Elizabeth V. (Report 1628) 1689. 

Lynn, Isaac H. (Bbpobt 1805) 2858. 

McFarland, Taylor (Rbpobt 1474) 600. 

Moorhead, Robert S. (Report 1564) 1295. 

Moser, Levi (Report 1804) 2858. 

Patterson, Kitty Ann (Report 1602) 2085. 

Pennywitt, David W. (Report 1478) 600. 

Titns, Minnie B. (Report 1781) 2126. 

Warden, William R. (Report 1884) 2684. 

Whisler, Elizabeth (Report 1808) 2858. 

Woodmansv, Mary (Report 1563) 1205. 

Wotring, Mary B. (Report 1839) 2584. 
yotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Hanabrough, Henry C, (a Senator from North Dakota) 

Attended 58. 

Appointed conferee 176, 899, 1285, 1790, 2862, 2868, 2697. 
Amendments offered b/, to 

American vessels: bill granting subsidies to 408. 
Army: bill to reorganize 2129, 2458. 
Circns animals: bill to allow return free of duty of 2860. 
Deficiency appropriation bill: relief of Indians 2129. 

Bismarck, N. Dak., sorveyor-generaVs ofOice 2798. 

Indian appropriation bill: Tartle Mountain Indians 480, 527. 
Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill: office 

of surveyor-general of North Dakota 788. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill: Devils Lake Band of Sioux 
Indians 1780, 2555. 

Peavy, Alaska, land district 1919, 2558. 

deanmg works of art in Capitol 2086. 

Bi//8 and Joint resotutions introduced 6/ 

Anacostia and Potomac River Railroad Company: to change 

name of (see bill S. 5122) 480. 
District of Columbia: to extend Howard avenue in (see bill 

S. 5524) 1969. 
Forest reservations: to extinguish private claims and titles 

within limits of (see bill S. 5894) 1287. 
Ghrand Forks, N. Dak: to erect public building at (see bill 

S. 5092) 402. 
Lake Schutte Ometery Corporation: granting land in North 

Dakota to (see bill S. 5481) 1875. 
McCSellan, ITieodore: to increase pension (see bill S. 5502) 

1888. 
Portal,N.Dak: tomakesubportof entry (see bill S. 5528)1969. 
Registers and receivers: to amend law relative to fees of 

(see bill S. 5416) 1296. 
Seed wheat: to remit duty on (see bill S. 5098) 402. 
notions and resolutions offered by 

Alaska: for select committee to investigate relative to leg- 
islation for 2609. 

Capital Traction Company: to refer bill to extend lines of 
1152. 

Committee on Pensions: for investigation by 2180. 

Committee on Territories: to allow additions derk for 1205. 

Executive session: for 2824. 

Ihteroceanic canal and railway routes: to print list of 
books and articles relating to 1016. 

Librarian of Ckmgress: to print report of 1016. 

Wellcome, Henry S: tendering thuiks of Senate for portrait 
of Pocahontas presented by 2542. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Niagara, N. Dak., Woman's Christian Temperance Union: 
for certain legislation 2265. 

North Dakota, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1059. 

business men of Devils Lake: for placing express 

companies under jurisdiction of Interstate Com- 
merce Commission 400. 

citizens of Milton: for temperance legislation 1688. 

North Dakota legislature: for granting addiidonal powers to 
Interstate Commerce Conmiission 829. 

for improvement of Red River 1414. 

for ratification for treaty with Spain 1478. 

for care of persons afflicted with leprosy 1526. 

for commission to confer with Sioux Indiims 1526. 

relative to Paris Exposition 1526. 

for election of United States Senators by people 1638. 

relative to pensions 2125. 

for surveys of Devils Lake 2582. 

to increase American shipping 2582. 

United States, religious organizations of: for temperance 
legislation 781. 



Hanabrough— Continued. 
Remarlcs by, on 

Alaska liquor laws 2703, 2704. 
Boulder, Colo: lands 1787. 
Donation of historical paintings 1969. 
National Congress of Mothers 2861. 
Portrait of Pocahontas 2542. 
Railroad land survey 2044. 
Rhode Island avenue extension 1289. 
Saginaw Southern Railway <Ik>mpany 298. 
Sale of liquor on Sunday 2363. 
Seed wheat 2360. 

Spinner, Francis E., statue of 1983. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee of conference 
Rhode Island avenue extension (bill S. 4571) 1288L 
Worden, Olivia (bill S. 2919) 2537. 

Committee on Agriculture and Forestry 

Food and drug adulteration (Rbpobt 1488) 685. 

Nutritive value of alcohol (amendment) 782, 2265. 
Committee on the District of Columbia 

Criminal laws (Report 1508) 884. 

Marjes, John A. (bill S. 5418) 1780. 

Riehl, Margaretha (Report 1502) 829. 

Sale of liquor on Sunday (Report 1602) 1444. 
Committee on the Library 

Historical paintings: resolution tendering thanks of Senate 
to donor of 1969. 

Smithsonian Institution Board of Regents (S. R. 

Spinner, Francis E: statue (Report 1470) 600. 
Committee on Pensions 

Bacon, Marv R. (Report 1562) 1295. 

Comer, Rachel I. (Report 1577) 1841. 

Fletcher, Robert (Report 1561) 1295. 

Heinz, Bonaventura (Report 1622) 1527. 

Johnson, Julia M. (Report 1487) 685. 

McLain, Emily (bill H. R. 11420) 1882. 

Quinn, William L. (Report 1560) 1295. 

Randall, B. H. (Report 1807) 2858. 

Stubbs, Sarah E. (Report 1850) 2585. 

Taylor, Oscar (Report 1806) 2858. 

Wilson, Abigail (Report 1849) 2535. 
Committee on Public Lands 

Boulder, Colo., lands (Report 1652) 1787. 

CJalifomia mineral lands (amendment) 2858. 

Cheyenne County, Nebr., lands (Report 1691) 2085. 

Juneau County, Wis., lands (bill H. R. 6551) 2040. 

Lake Schutte Cemetery Corporation (bill a 5481) 1593. 

MitcheU, Isaiah (Report 1788) 2265. 

Oklahoma Territory Insane Asylum (biU H. R. 10666) 919. 

Pasadena and Mount Wilson Railway Company (bill S. 
5446) 1968. 

Pensacola and Northwestern Railroad <Ik>mpany (bill H. R. 
11737) 2085. 

Rhode, J<rfin C. W. (Report 1661) 1882. 

Victor, Colo., lands (bill H. R. 11142) 1593. 

Wisconsin swamp-land grant (Report 1465) 560. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Harbaugh, Oeorge W. 

Papers withdrawn in Senate 1061. 
Papers withdrawn in House 1116. 

Harbour, Mary H. 

BUI to pension (see bill H. R. 7010). 

Hardee, Esther A. C, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 12065). 

Harden, Edward W, (specuU commissioner) 

Joint resolution to print report on financial and industrial 

conditions of Philippine Islands (see S. B. 202). 
Report on financial and industrial conditions of Philippine 

iBlands (S. Doc. 169) 823, 2394. 

Hardin, Thomas 

BiU for reUef (see bill H. R. 11117). 

Harding, Richard 

Bill for relief of estate (see biU S. 5200). 
Hardwick, Oeorge W. 

Papers withdrawn in Senate 1678. 
Hang, WiUiam 

Bill to remoye charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 7284)« 



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Harlan, David R. B. 

Bill to Increase pension (see bill H. B. 0224). 

Harlem Biver 

Letter of Secretary of War relative to purchase of certain 
land near (H. B. Doo. 210j 1088. 

Harley, Joseph L, 

Letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to claim of (H. B. 
Doc. 258) 2529. 

Harlow, Helen A. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11401). 

Harmer, Alfred C. (a EepreaentcUive from Pennsylvania) 

Attended 14. 

Leave of absence granted to 407, 400. 
Bi//s and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Navv-yards: for extra pay to laborers in (see H. Bes. 806) 

Webb, John C: for relief (see bill H. B. 11147) 165. 
Potitidns and papers presented bf, from 

Webb, John C: for relief 166. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on the Library 

Floyd, Charles (Bbpobt 2022) 1580. 
^otes of. See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 

Harmon, Jos^h N. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 8445). 
Harney, Jefferson^ and trife 

Bill confirming sale of certain lands owned by (see bill H. B. 
11648). 

Harper, Alexander D, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11606). 
Harper, Jacob 

Petition for relief of estate 857. 

Harpool, Mary 

Beport of Court of Claims on claim of estate of (H. B. Doc. 
167) 880. 

Harrell, DoUy.L. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 12108). 

Harrington, David 

Bill to grant an honorable discharge (see bill H. B. 11548). 

Harris, Catharine 

Bin to pension (see bill S. 6456). 
Harris, .^tmrd 

Bill to pension (see biU H. B. 11755). 

Harris, William A, (a Senator from Kansas) 
Attended 1. 
amendments offered by, to 

Sundry civil appropriation bill: Fort Leavenworth, Eans., 
barracks 1010, 2553. 
Biffs and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Bailey, Lawrence D: for relief of heirs (see bill S. 5287) 677. 
Belt Bailway Company: to allow use of electricity by (see 

bill S. 5184) 561. 
Botkin, Balph W: for relief (see bill S. 5217) 687. 
Bourne, Benjamin F: to increase pension (see bill S. 4876) 20. 
Coons, J. B: to increase pension (see bill S. 4027) 55. 
G^rgetown and Tenallytown ICailway: for extension of 

(see biU S. 5185) 561. 
Gulf and Northern Bailroad Company: granting right of 

way to (see bill S. 5475) 1640. 
Jumper, Amanda F: to increase pension (see bill S. 4082) 136. 
Kansas, Oklahoma Central and Southwestern Bailway Com- 
pany: to amend act granting right of way to (see bill S. 

4088) 186. 
Topeka, Eans.: to enlarge public building at (see bill S. 

5521) 1060. 
Wichita and Southern Bailway Company: granting right 

of way to (see biU S. 5478) 1507. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Nicaragua Canal: inquiry relative to report of commission 

on 217. 
Philippine Islands: declaring policy relative to 1416. 



Harris— Continued. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Allen, Walter N: against further publication of official crop 

reports 683. 
Kansas, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1525. 

citizens of Wichita: for certain legislation 2205. 

Elansas societies: for temperance legislation 10, 1205. 
New York Exporters and Importers' Association: for cer- 
tain legislation 683. 
Parsons, Kans., Bailway Conductors: against prese^it sys- 
tem of ticket brokerage 185. 
Smith, Samuel H: against annexation of Philippine Islands 
400. 
Bemar/cs by, on 

Incidental subjects 441. 

Kansas, Oklahoma Central and Southwestern Bailway Coat* 

pany 1744, 1750. 
Kansas City, E^ans., public building 2560. 
Letters written by the blind 2538. 

Nicaragua Canal 177-181, 588, 680, 607, 756 (Appendix 58). 
Pension list publication 171. 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Harris, William F. 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill S. 5251). 
Harrison, Arkansas 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. B. 4501). 
Harrison, Emily C. 

Papers referred in House 401. 
Harrisons Bar. See James Biveb. 
Harrod, Franklin 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 4050). 
Harrow, Juliette 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 8723). 
Hart, Nevi M. 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. B. 11366). 
Hartford, Connecticut 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for construction of 
addition to public building at 1010, 1068. 

Hartman, Charles 8. (a Bepresentative from Montana) 
Attended 14. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 452. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

McKeever, William: to pension (see bill H. B. 12107) 1016. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Clerks for Bepresentatives: relative to employment and pay 
of (House Bes. No. 304) 1672. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Kalispell, Mont, Young People's Society: for temperance 

legislation 321. 
Montana legislature: against lease of Indian reservations 
2260. 
Remarks by, on 

Butte, Mont. , public building 1580. 
Clearwater Valley Bailroad 1003. 
Clerks to Bepresentatives 452. 
Yellowstone National Park 2306. 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Hartman, Edward S, 

Bill to extend letters patent to (see bill H. B. 12045). 
Hartzell, William 

Bill to grant an honorable discharge (see bill H. B. 11540). 
Harvey, O. A, 

Besolution in House to pay (House Bes. No. 424), passed 
2772, 2006. 

Haskell, Bida B. 

Bills to increase pension (see bills S. 5108; H. B. 11183). 
Haskins, Henry W. 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 11407). 
Hasson, Benjamin F. 

Bills to correct military record (see bills S. 4051; H. E« 
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Hastings, Nebraska 

Bill toerect public bnilding at (see bill S. 88)t 
Hatch, Charles S. 

Joint resolution to appoint second lieutenant in the Marine 
Ckxrps (see S. B. 253). 

Hatch, Henry 

Bin to increase pension (see bill S. 9S85). 
Hatch Mary E. 

Bill to pension (see bill a 4744). 
Hatch, W. D. 

Besolution in House to refer claim to Court of Claims, 
passed 1504. 

Hathaway, George W. 

BiU for reUef (see biU H. B. 11172). 
Hau^ Mary 

Besoluti<m in Senate to pay, passed 788, 1015. 
Haughey, Thxmuis J, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 821)< 

Havana. See Cuba. 

Hawaiian Commission 

Besolution in Senate to print report of, amended and 

passed 107, 209. 
Message of President transmitting report of (S. Doc. 16) 

17,26. 

Hawaiian Islands 

Bills to proyide gOT^mment for (see bills S. 4898: H. B. 

10990). 
Bills to extend customs, cinnmerce, and navigation laws of 

United States over (see bills S. 4907, 5262; H. B. 11000, 

11186). 
Bill relative to postal savings banks in (see bill a 4945). 
Bills relative to silver coinage and silver certificates of (see 

bills S. 4946; H. B. 11863). 
Bills to extend immigration laws of United States over (see 

bUlsS. 5052; H. B. 11806). 
Bills to contract with Padfio CaUe Company, of New 

York, for transmission of electrical messages to (see bills 

S. 5181; H. B. 8961). 
Bills to construct submarine cable to (see bills S. 5227: 

H. B. 11810). 
Bills to extend customs and internal revenue laws of 

United States over (see bills H. B. 11185, 11191). 
Bill to extend public-land laws of United States over (see 

bill H. B. 11140). 
Bill to extend anticontract-labor laws of United States to 

(seebiUH.B. 11247). 
Jomt resolution for annexation of (see S. B. 127). 
Besolution of inquiry in Seuate relative to health conditions 

of American sailors and soldiers in (Senate Bes. No. 489) 

1212. 
Amendment in S^iate to bill (S. 8057) to contract with 

Pacific Cable Company of New York for transmission of 

electrical messages to 859. 
Amendment in Senate relative to rights of women in 1204. 
Amendment in Senate extending franking privil^^ to all 

mail matter transported between United States and 1528, 

1595. 
Amendments in Senate to bill (H. B. 11247) to extend anti- 
contract labor laws of United States to 2858. 
Amendment in Senate to contract for transmission of official 

messages b^ electrical means to Honolulu 1969, 2098. 
Amendment m Senate for appropriation for establishment 

of submarine cable to 2284. 
Message of President recommending construction of snb- 

marme cable to (S. Doc. 118) 1686, 1712. 
Message of President transmitting report relative to prox>- 

er ty transferred by Hawaiian Government to United States 

(S. Doc. 151) 2562, 2595. 
Memorial of ex-Queen Liliuokalani relative to crown lands 

in 822, 598. 

Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank 

Bill to pay depositors of (see bill H. B. 11918). 
Hawkins, Emily 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 12101). 
Hawkins, Hamilton 8. 

Bill to appoint and retire as major-general, United States 
Army (see bill 8. 5290). 



Hawkins, Orvitte P. {administrator) 

Beportof Court of Claims on claim of (H. B. Doc. 167) 880. 

Hawley, Joseph R, (a Senator from Connecticut) 
Attended 1. 

Credentials presented 1524. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army: bill to reorganise 2871. 

Army appropriation biU 2086. 2808. 

Defidency appropriation bill: to purchase patent gas check 

for breech-loa^g guns 2040. 
Indian appropriation bill: Oklahoma Territory Indians 885. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill: Hartford, Conn., publio 

building 1919, 2671. 
Bi/Is and joint resolutions Introduced by 

Army: to amend act to repeal limitations in purchases for 
Quartermaster's Department of (see bill S. 5458) 
1479. 

to reorganize (see bills S. 4900, 4988) 29, 55. 

Army ration: to increase (see bill S. 5207) 601. 

Hospitals: to reimburse expenses incurred for care of sol- 
diers and sailors (see bill S. 5581) 2040. 

Military justice: to prevent failure of (see bill S. 5019) 206. 

Ponte-Kuego, Andres: to admit to Military Academy (see 
S. B. 233) 1155. 

States and Territories: to reimburse war expenses (see bill 
S. 5170) 527. 

Steedman, Bichard B: for relief (see bin S. 5087) 286. 

Volunteers: granting extra pay to (see bill S. 5028) 286. 

War with Spain: granting privileges of brevet rank to vol- 
unteers in (see bill S.5180) 561. 

Yglesias, Luis: to admit to West Point (see S. B. 210) 627. 

Motions and resolutions offered by 

Army: to print bill to reorganize 1350. 

• to recommit bills to reorganize 2302. 

Committee on Military Affairs: to pay stenographer for 
1528. 

to allow to sit during sessions of Senate 1780. 

Executive session: for 186. 
Hour of meeting: fixing at 11 o*clock 2387. 
Becord and Pension Ofiice: to print letter relative to reor* 
ganization of 684. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

National Academy of Sciences: report of 528. 
Society of Army of Potomac: for national military park at 
Get^burg 683. 

Remarks by, on 

Acc^uisition of territory 571. 

Adjutant-Qeneral of Army 2804. 

Admission to Military Academy 1299, 1308. 

Admissions to Naval Academy 732. 

Armor-plate factory 2635. 

Army reorganization 1921, 1922, 2092, 2098, 2184, 2285, 2308, 

2369, 2370, 2371, 2372, 2373, 2375, 2376, 2434, 2448, 2450, 2453, 

2454, 2456, 2460, 2461. 
Clothing accounts of deceased soldiers 1205. 
Condemned cannon 2803. 

Connecticut Biver improvement 2217, 2218, 2219, 2220, 2221, 
Department of Justice building 1017, 1018. 
Extra paj; at navy-yards 1917. 
Fortification appropriation bill 2720, 2721. 
Hartford, Conn., public building 2571, 2857, 
Incidentid subjects 1239. 
Nicaragua Canal 746. 
Pension appropriation bill 1078, 1074. 
Philippine Mands 736, 788, 1741. 
Point Barrow relief expedition 2729. 
Printing in Becord 1536. 
Bawlins, John A: removal of remains of 360. 
Bad Cross Society 600, 601. 
Spottswood, Bobert J: relief of 24. 
Unanimous consent 1787. 
Von Bremsen, Theo: relief of 24. 
Washington Public Library building 1062. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Military Affairs 
Army appropriation bill (amendment) 2608. 
Army reorganization (bill S. 5578; Beport 1671) 2802. 
Clothing accounte of deceased soldiers (bill H. B. 10912) 

1060. 
Contracts for military supplies (bill H. B. 11879) 2698. 
Delaware war claim (amendment) 2608. 
Gtordom, Ghregory (amendment) 2608. 



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Hawley— Contintied. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Military Affairs 
Hammond, William A. (Bspobt 1684} 1968« 
Immune regiments' pay (amendment) 2092. 
McBride, Qeorge W. (Kkpobt 1526) 1015, 1060. 
McLean, Sarah K. (Report 1440) 859. 
Ponte-Boego, Andres (H. Be8.d44) 1286. 
Red CJross Society (S. R. 203) 600. 
Steedman, Richard R. (Repobt 1503) 829. 
Tiemann, William T. (Report 1529) 1060. 
Tiemon, Thomas G. (Report 1530) 1060. 
Volnnteer r^ments* colors (bill a 5533) 2207. 
Wilson Park (hiU S. 5525) 2085. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Yoibb. 

Hawley, J^ B. (a B^oreaentativefrom Texas) 
Attended 14. 
Mmendments offered by, to 

River and harbor appropriation bill 1868, 1408. 
Bitls and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Breneman, Henry L: for relief (see ball H B. 12067) 1672. 
Galveston Bay: to improve channel in (see HBes. £38) 598. 
Maritime Canal Company: toBmend act to incorporate (see 

bill H. B. 11809) 356. 
Prairie View CoUQge, Texas: to provide for mechanical 

school for colored yonths at (see ml] H. R. 11869) 380. 
Qninn. James B: for relief (see bill H. B. 11265) 284. 
Petitkma and papers presented by, from 

Hitchcock, Tex., Fmit and Vegetable Growers' Association: 
to increase American shipping 882. 

Hemarks by, on 

Correction of Becord 1438, 1484, 1435, 1486, 1437. 
Galveston and Texas City channd 1857, 1858, 1362, 1433, 
1484, 1435, 1436, 1487. 

Reports made by, from 
Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce 
Ck>rpns Christi Channel bridge (biU H. B. 12075; Beport 
2089) 1725. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Hay, James (a B^i^rtsentativefrom Virginia) 

Attended 14. 
Appointed teller 1257. 

Amendments offered by, to 

Army: bill to reorganize 1175, 1224, 1254, 1268, 1262, 1290. 
Army appropriation bill 2479. 
Biiis and joint resolutions introduced by 

Virgiiiia Confederate troops: to allow copies of rolls of (see 
bmH.B. 11249)284. 

Motions and resolutions offered by 

Army: to recommit with instrnctions bill to reorganize 

1332, 1888. 
CHiba, Porto Bico, and Philippine Islands: inquiry relative 

to garrisons in 26. 

Petittons and papers presented by, from 

Virginia, dl^ens of: for postal savings banks 1412. 
Bemarks by, on 

Army appropriation bill 1801, 2397, 2396, 2484. 
Army reorganization 975, 976, 983, 985, 987, 1175, 1182, 1186, 
1187, 1216, 1254, 1258, 1259, 1261, 1262, 1280, 1290, 1291, 1332, 
1333, 2678. 2685. 
Hugo, William H: relief of 1408, 1409. 
Mihtary Academy appropriation bill 1454, 1455, 1460. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Military Affairs 
Army reorganization (bill H. B. 11022; Beport 1709) 973. 
Porto Rico, Cnba, and Philippines: resolution of inquiry 
relative to garrisons in 157. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Hayes, John T. 

BiU to increase pension (see bill S. 4955). 

Hays, Fanny M. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11150). 

Haywood, Bobert W. 

BiU to increase pension (see bill S. 4147). 



Hazelbeck, William 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. B. 8854). 
Hazeltine, Charles W, 

Joint resolutions for relief (see S. B. 201; H. Bes. 808)* 

Papers referred 137. 

Papers referred in House 166. 

Hazlett, Hiram K. 

BiUs for reUef (see bills S. 1752, 5187). 

Heady, Lucy D. 

Bill to increase pension (see bin H. B. 909). 
Heatwole, Joel P, (a Representative from Minnesota) 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Abbott, Asa T: for relief (see bin H B. 11698) 826. 
House of Bepresentatives: for remodeling haU of (see H. 
Bes. 360, 367) 1672, 1964. 
Petitions and papers preeeated by, from 

Easota, Minn., First Baptist Clhurch: against seating B. H. 

Boberts as Bepresentative 2690. 
Minnesota, citizens of: against seating B. H Boberts as 

Bepresentative 2203. 
Minnesota legislature: relative to sale of Indian lands 2260. 

for election of SenatcMS by pec^e 2689. 

for survey of Bed Biver v alley 2689. 

Minnesota societies: against seating B. H. Boberts as Bep- 
resentative 2203. 
Minnesota Woman's Christian Temx>erance Union: for 

temperance legislation 2203. 
WaterviUe, Minn., churches and societies: for certain leg- 
islation 9561 
Remarks by, on 

De Costmr, Francisco V: relief of 2064, 2065. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Ventilation and Acoustics 
HaU of House (Beport 2206) 2145, 2169. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Heck, Peter 

BUI for relief (see bUl H. B. 4135). 
Hedge, Fred W. 

Besolution in House to continue employment of (House 
Bes. No. 390), referred 1590. 

Heffington, William F., and others 

BiU to remove charge of desertion (see biU S. 5418). 
Heimer, Joseph 

BUls to voomm (see bills S. 5099; H. B. 11877). 
Heimstreet, Itd>ecca A. 

BiU to pension (see bill H. B. 11695). 
Heinz, Bonaventura 

BUI to increase pension (see biU H. B. 4806). 

Heitfeld, Henry (a Senator from IdaJio) 

Attended 1. 

Appointed on funeral committee 2471. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Deficiency appropriation bUl: relief of Jacob Edelstein 2696. 

Indian appropriation bill: Nez Perces Indian Beeervation 
402. 
Bills andjomt resolutions introduced by 

Clearwater Short Line BaUway Company: granting right 
of way to (see bUls S. 5266, 5427) 732, 1342. 
Remarks by, on 

CJlearwater Short Lane BaUway 1687. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Irrigation 
Irrigation investigations (amendment) 829. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Heitzman, Qeorge J, 

BUl to pension (see biU H. B. 11105). 
Helena, Arkansas 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for improvement 
of harbor at 2129. 

Helm, Benjamin A. 

Papers referred in House 2122. 



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Hemenway, James A, (a Representative from Indiana) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 1828. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Legislative, execntive, and jadicial appropriation bill 488. 
Petitiona and papers presented bf, from 

Indiana, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1591, 
Remarks by, on 

Fortification appropriation bill 2493, 249d» 2520. 

Hog Island Shoal light station 762. 

Nicaragua Canal IWHy 1906, 1907. 

Point Argaello, Cal., light-honse 768, 764. 

Topographic survey 1810, 1811. 

War deficiency appropriation bill 78, 79. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee of conference 
Legislative, ezecntive, and judicial appropriation bill (bill 
H. B. 11414) 2187. 

Committee on Appropriations 
Fortification appropriation biU (bill H. B. 12086; Bbpobt 

2096) 1756, 1778. 
Fortification appropriation bill (bill H. B. 12198) 2492, 2580. 
Votes of. See TBA-Ain>-NAY Yotbs. 

Henderson, David B. (a Representative from Iowa) « 

Attended 14. 

(Chairman (Committee of Whole 888. 
Amendments off ered by, to 

District of Oolumbia appropriation bill 168. 
Bills and Joint resolutions Introduced by 

Gircuit courts of appeals: to amend act to establish (see bill 

H. K. 11459) 490. 
Court of Claims: providing for attendance of witnesses in 

matters pertainmff to (see bill H. B. 11458) 490. 
Courts of United States: restoring jurisdiction in certain 

cases (see bill H. B. 11684) 826. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Committee on Judiciary: to make special order for business 
from 810. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Chicago, 111. , Boardof Trade: for improvement of river 1018. 

Churchville, N. T., Grand Army of Bepublic: relative to 
civil service 2690. 

Cooper, W. B., to increase rank of veterinarv surgeons 827. 

Des Moines, Iowa, Commercial Exchange: fbr Port Arthur 
Canal 2122. 

Dubuque, Iowa, Ghrand Army of Bepublic: relative to civil 
service 2855. 

Dubuque, Iowa, Order of Bailway Conductors: against 
ticket brokerage 52. 

Fuhr, Isaac H: relative to dvil service 2580. 

Iowa, citizens of: for certain legislation 898, 827, 1201, 1298. 
1889, 1879, 2122. 

citizens of Blackhawk County: for woman suflErage 

in Hawaii 1018. 

adjutant-general of: relative to National Guard 1298. 

Iowa State Board of Health: for national bureau of health 
429. 

Johnson, William: relative to civil service 2987. 

Kartman, S. H: relative to civil service 2855. 

New York, citizens of: relative to civil service 2261. 

relative to pensions 2081. 

citizens of Brooklyn: relative to civil service 2171. 

relative to pensions 2122. 

New York Grand Army of Bepublic: relative to civil serv- 
ice 2580. 

Philadelphia, Pa., United American Mechanics: for Nica- 
ragua Canal 204. 

San Francisco, Cal., (Chamber of Commerce: relative to re- 
organization of consular service 1839. 

Stewart, Thomas J: relative to civil service 2987. 

Townsend, E: relative to grain exporters 2081. 

Remarks by, on 

Acceptance of commissions in Army by members of House 

2751. 
American seamen 130. 
Army reorganization 1163, 2683. 
Butte, Mont., courts 414. 
Capital police force 86. 
Change of reference 858. 
Civil-service law 461. 



Henderson—Continued. 
Remarks by, on 

Ck>urts of United States 412. 

Delivery bond in admirali 

Department of Justice building 2766. 

District of Columbia appropriation bill 160, 161, 168. 164. 

conference report on 2757, 2758. (Appendix 286.) 

District of Columbia sectarian institutions 2927, 2928. 
Dubuque, Iowa, public building 1576. 
Foster, Cassius G: relief of 410, 412. 
Hahnemann, Samuel: monument to 2888. 
Incidental subjects 2108. 
International American Bank 228, 288, 284. 
International Cotton Press Company 418. 
Navy appropriation bill 2011, 2012. 
Order of business 894 
Public buildhig bills 2489, 2490, 2491, 2895. 
Bules of House 201. 
Sectarian appropriations 160, 161. 
Sixth judicial circuit judge 407, 408, 409. 
Tennessee district ana circuit oourts 415. 
Third judicial circuit judge 410. 
Ticket brokerage 40. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on the Judiciafy 
Acceptance of commissions in Army by members of House 

(House Bes. No. 411; Bbpobt 2205) 2145, 2169. 
Biloxi, Miss., district court Bbpobt 2105) 1879. 
House of Bepresentatives: resolution of inquiry relative to 

right of members to hold conmiissions in Army 876. 
Tennessee district and circuit courts (Bbpobt 1700) 855. 
Committee on Rules 
Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds: resolution 
making special order of bills reported by (House Bes. 
No. 420) 2489, 2580. 
Navy and Marine Corps: resolution making special order of 
biU to reorganize 505. 
¥otes of. See Yea-akd-Nay Yotbs. 

Henderson, John P. 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 9506). 

Hendricks, Mary A, 

Besolution in House to refer claim to Court of CUdms, 
passed 1504. 

Hendricks, Mary L. 

BiU to pension (see bill a 4984). 

Hennig, Lina 

BiU for reUef (see bUl S. 4909). 

Henry, Charles L. (a Representative from Indiana) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced 6/ 

Neff, Henry H: to pension (see biU H. B. 11065) 89. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Alexandria, Ind., Woman's Foreign Missionary Societjn 

against seating B. H. Boberts as Bepresentative 2261. 
GK>re, James E: relative to National (}uard 1412. 
Indiajia, citizens of: for temperance loffislation 1284, 1442. 
Indiana legislature: for payment of tax by express and tele- 
graph companies 2855. 
Neff, Henry U: for pension 89. 
Welker, A. D: for temperance legislation 1412. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votbs. 

Henry, E. Stevens (a Representative from Connecticut) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 2803. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Perkins, Lyman B: for reUef (see H. Bes. 874) 2580. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Connecticut Woman's Home Missionary Society: against 
seatine B. H. Boberts as Bepresentative 2261. 

Hartford, Conn., Association of Congregational Ministers: 
against seating B. H. Boberts as Bepresentative 2772. 

Hartford, Conn., court of common coundl: against widen- 
ing channel of Connecticut Biver 2772. 

Montpelier, Ind., Association of Iron and Steel Workers: 
for labor legislation 2690. 

New Britain, Conn. , Woman's Christian Temperance Union; 
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Henry— Ctontinnecl. 
Pet/t/ons and papers presented by, from 

Sxiffield, Conn., First Congregational Church: against seat- 
ing B. H. Boberts as Bepresentative 2605. 
Snffield, Conn., Woman's Christian Temperance Union: for 

temperance legislation 1442. 
Unitea States, women of: for employment of women nurses 
in hospital service 1442. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Invalid Pensions 
Bolan, William F. (Beport 1769) 825. 
Bowers, Lydia E. (Bbpobt 1839) 1146. 
Christy, William B. (Bepobt 1840) 1146. 
Detwiler, George W. (Bkpobt 2251) 2259. 
Gile, Emma V. (Bepobt 2068) 1636. 
Hunt, Bobert (Bepobt 1909) 1474. 
Jennings, James C. (Bepobt 2143) 1968. 
Eeach, John (Bepobt 2260) 2259. 
Eenyon, Delos M. (Bepobt 2159) 1968. 
Liscom, Samuel E. (Bepobt 2181) 1962. 
Mellsop, Susan (Bepobt 2250) 2259. 
Buff, Annie E. (Bepobt 2236) 2259. 
Sharrock, William (Bepobt 2232) 2258. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Henry, James C 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5298). 

Henry, John 

Bill to pension (see biU H. B. 11837). 

Henry, Patrick (a Representative from Mississippi) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and Joint resolutions Introduced by 

Bailey, SaUie A. E: for reUef (see bill H. B. 12145) 2123. 
Bassett, Annie J: for relief (see bill H. B. 12068) 1672. 
Claiborne County, Miss: to attach to southern judicial dis- 
trict (see bill H.B. 11999) 1474. 
Harrell, Dolly L: to increase pension (see bill H.B. 12108) 

1916. 
Henry, Thomas: for relief (see bOl H. B. 11872) 1234. 
Loftin, Samuel T: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 

H. B. 11752) 953. 
Short, Nardssa G: for relief (see bill H. B. 11039) 52. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Armstrover, Andrew C: to withdraw his papers 2929. 
Duplantier, Albert: for relief of legal representatives 

(House Bes. No. 391) 1590. 
Love, William F: on death of 27. 

Boach, Benjamin: for relief of legal representatives 1590. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 
Bassett. Annie J: for relief 1673. 

Edwards, Miss., churches: for temperance legislation 1293. 
Mississippi, citizens of Humphreys: for temperance legisla- 
tion 18^,1523. 
Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization 1220. 
Eggleeton, J. B: relief of 247. 
Jones, Benjamin F: relief of 878. 
Love, WiUiamF: death of 2423. 
Navy personnel bill 660, 717. 
State expenses for volunteers 2118, 2114. 
WalthaU, Edward C: death of 2413. 
War claims 1505. 
Repprts made by, from 
Committee on War Claims 
Duplantier, Alfred (House Bes. No. 391; Bepobt 2020) 1589. 
Gray, Mary E. (House Bes. No. 395; Bepobt 2076) 1672. 
Boach, Benjamin (House Bes. No. 392; Bepobt 2031) 1589. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Henry, R. L. (a Representative from Texas) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed on funeral committee 2880. 
Remarks by, on 

Army appropriation bill 2678. 

Army reorganization 2678, 2682, 2683. 

Treaty with Spain 1853. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Henry, Thomas 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 11872). 



Hepburn, WiUiam P. (a Representative from loioa) 
Attended 14. 

Appointed teller 317, 1912. 
Called to the chair 870, 999. 
Chairman Committee of Whole 159, 1453. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army: bill to reorganize 1324. 

Sunmry civil appropriation bill: Nicaragua Canal 1872. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Birchard, James: to pension (see bill H. B. 11104) 133. 
Chapman, Maggie D: to pension (see bill H. B. 11951) 1871. 
Constitution of United States: for amendment relative to 

admission of new States (see H. Bes. 305) 133. 
Creston, Iowa: to erect puolic building at (see bill H. B. 

11360) 380. 
Godfrey, Abbie L: to pension (see biU H. B. 11949) 1871. 
Hart, David: for reUef (see bill H. B. 11366) 381. 
Iowa: to create central division of southern district of (see 

bUl H. B. 12068) 1672. 
Metropolitan Bailroad <Ik>mpany: to allow to extend lines 

(seem H. B. 11060) 89. 
Nicaragua Canal: to construct (see bill H. B. 11096) 183. 
Bevenue-Cutter Service: to promote efficiency of (see bill 

H. B. 11953) 1371. 
Bickey, Elizabeth: to pension (see bill H. B. 11950) 1371. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce: to make 

special order for business from 317. 
Nicaragua Canal: making special order for coasideration of 

bill to construct 1895. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill: to recommit with instmo- 

tions 1960. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 
Birchard, James: for penisdon 134. 
Chapman, Mi^rgie: for pension 1372. 
Godrrejr, Abbie L: for relief 1872. 

Iowa, citizens of: for holding Federal courts at Creston 
1591, 2122. 

for woman suffrage in Hawaii 2036, 2605. 

postmasters of: for increase of compensation 2122. 

Remarks by, on 

Armor plate 2249, 2250. 

Army appropriation bill 2476, 2477. 

Army reorganization 978, 1107, 1324, 2684. 

Arrearages of taxes 937. 

Battery, New York, fog signal 766. 

Buffalo Bavou improvement 1355, 1361, 1362. 

Cape Elizaoeth, Maine, light-ship 769. 

Civil-service law 458, 459. 

District of Columbia apprc^riation bill: conference repcnrt 

on 2913. 
Fourth light-house district rdief vessel 759, 765. 
Fox Biver, Wisconsin, light-house 766. 
Hog Island shoal light station 760, 761, 762, 763. 
Incidental subjects ^, 2241. 
Indemnity to Spain 1953, 1954. 
Light-house tender Bose 758. 
Maumee Bay, Ohio, light 768. 
Michigan City, Ind., steam whistle 768. 
Muskingum Biver, Ohio, improvement 1398, 1399. 
Navy personnel bill 659, 660, 661, 667, 668, 672. 
Nicaragua Canal 1665, 1703, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875, 1877, 1898, 

1899, 1909, 1912, 2924, 2925. 
Order of business 1995, 1996. 
Oyster Bayou light-house 766. 
Pacific cable 769, 772, 778, 777, 778, 2900. 
Pennsylvania avenue extension 2527, 2528. 
Point Arguello, California, light-house 763. 
Pollock Bip Shoal light-house 767, 768. 
Public building 1804, 2490. 
Bemoval of weeds 936. 
Biver and harbor appropriation bill 1353, 1854, 1855, 1856, 

1357, 1361, 1362, 1398, 1399. 
Bules of House 1953, 1954. 
Salem Creek, N. J., light-house 768. 
Sixth light-house district depot 759. 
Steam revenue cutter 759. 
Table Bluff, Cal., telephone line 766. 
Tail of Horse Shoe light vessel 758. 
Tioket brokerage 33, 34, 87, 89, 40, 44, 50. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commeroe 
Nicaragua Canal (Bbpobt 2104) 1829. 
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fierringtoiiy James M, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 1928). 
Herschell, Lord (deceased) 

Besolntions and remarks in Senate relative to 2639. 
Letter of Secretary of State transmitting invitation for 

members of Senate to attend funeral service for 2851. 
Letter of Secretary of State transmitting invitation for 
members of Hoose to attend f oneral service for 2902. 

Hertzog, Amire B. 

Bill for relief (see bill a 5492). 
Hetlierington, Annie K 

BUI to pension (see bill S. 5061), 
Hibbetts, J. J, (executor) 

Beport of Conrt of daims on claim of (H. B. Doc. 82) 244. 
ECickey, James 

Bin to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 5700). 
Hickey, Thomas 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. B. 5d26). 
Hickfly John D. 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. B. 11650). 
Hicks, Josiah D. (a Bepresentative from Pennsylvania) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 1758, 2686, 2687. 
Bilis andjoini reso/irthns introduced bf 

Alaska: granting right of way through district of (see bill 

H. B. 12199) 2605. 
Benzinger, Engleberth: for relief (see bill H. B. 11697) 826. 
Johnstown, Pa: to erect pubHo building at (see bill H. B. 

12073) 1726. 
McCabe, Martha: to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11438) 

429. 
Stephens, Jane: to increase pension (see bill H. B. 11563) 

634. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

California, citizens of Eem County: for graduated prop- 
erty-tax bill 2937. 

Patton, Pa., Commercial dub: to increase American ship- 
ping 1234. 

Pennsylvania, citizens of: for postal savings banks 2530. 

for graduated property-tax bill 2987. 

Pennsylvania churches and societies: for temperance legis- 
lation 2580. 

Texas, citizens of Hall County: for graduated property- 
tax biU 2937. 

Washington, citizens of Cumberland: for graduated prop- 
erty-tax biU 2937. 
Remar/ts by, on 

Altoona, Pa., public building 1661. 

Hoskins, Sarah A: relief of 2741. 

McEneiy, Neil: relief of heirs 877. 

New Brighton, Pa., public building 2769. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Patents 

Hoskins, Sarah A. (Beport 2102) 1778. 

Smith, Seth H. (Bepoet 2072) 1636. 
Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds 

Altoona, Pa., public building (Beport 1931) 1519. 

Bradford, Pa., public building (Beport 2338) 2935. 

Grand Haven, Mich., public building (BeporI? 2028) 1589. 

Shamokin, Pa., public buUding (Beport 2025) 1589. 

Washington, Pa., public building (Beport 2325) 2689. 

Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Hicks, Whibum 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 4480). 
Hiern, Boger A. 

Bills for relief of estate (see bills S. 2408; H. B. 11766). 

Amendment in Senate for relief of estate 1919, 2535. 

Hieskell, Mary E, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 2545). 
High Explosives. See Ordnance and Fortifications. 
Hilbom, Samuel O, (a Bepresentative from California) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 2755, 2919, 2926. 

Appointed on funeral committee 679. 



Hilbom— Continued. 
Bilis and Joint resolutions introduced^ 

California Veteran Beserves: to provide arms for (see bill 

H. B. 11334) 856. 
Colonial and industrial exposition: to provide for (see bill 

H. B. 11885) 1292. 
Ghriffith, William Alexander: to remove charge of desertion 

(seebillH.B. 12015) 1522. 
Hallett, Fanny: to pension (see bill H. B. 11521) 559. 
Kase, Spencer M: for relief (see bill H. B. 11176) 245. 
Liening, John H: for relief (see bill H. B. 11288) 269. 
Navy: to sell vessels purchased for (see H. Bes. 818) 269. 
Navy Department: fixing pay of retired chiefs of bureaus 

in (see bill H. B. 11492) 525. 
Straits of Carquinez: for improvement of channel between 

Golden Gate and (see H. Bes. 810) 245. 
Suisun Creek, CJalifomia: for improvement of (see H. Bes. 
. 827) 559. 
Petitions ^and papers presented by, from 

Berkeley, Cal. , churches and societies: for temperance legis- 
lation 1339. 

Berkeley, Cal., Gk>od Government Club: relative to census 
1339. 

Brotherhood of Boiler Makers and Iron Ship Builders: to 
increase American shipping 827. 

California legislature: for completion of Port San Luis 
breakwater 1147. 

California Manufacturers and Producers' Association: for 
subsidized cable to Orient 827. 

for improvement of Mississippi Biver 2123. 

Oakland, Cal., Board of Trade: to increase ocean carrying 
trade 491. 

San Francisco, Cal., Board of Trade: to increase American 
shipping 827. 

San francisco, Cal., Chamber of Commerce: for certain 
legislation 381, 827. 2122. 

San Francisco, CaL, Labor and Building Trades councDs: 
for labor legislation 827. 

San Francisco, CaL, Mechanics' Institute: fbr ceXAe com- 
munication with Orient 1148. 

Santa Barbara, Cal. , Lemon Growers' Exchange: to increase 
American shipping 1839. 

Stanislaus Forest Beserve: relative to abrogation of 2122. 
Remar/cs by, on 

Additional Naval cadets 1994. 

Admissions to Naval Academy 1496, 1497. 

Armor plate 2193, 2194, 2195, 2247, 2248, 2249, 2754. 

Auxiliary naval vessels 1409, 1410. 

Naval Academy buildings 2155. 

Navy appropriation bill 2752, 2753. 

Oakland, Cal., public building 1567. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Naval Affairs 

Army and Navy rifles (Bepobt 1803) 881. 

Montoya, Alberto Vaienzuela (Bbport 1802) 881. 

Navy auxiliary vessels (Beport 1696) 820. 

Yglesias, Bicardo (Report 1801) 881. 
Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds 

Eureka, Cal., public building (Beport 2014) 1589. 

Los Angeles, Cal., public building (Beport 2318) 2604. 

Oakland, Cal., public building (Beport 1933) 1519. 
Votes of. See Yea-ani>-Nay Votes. 

Hildebrand, Sylvester F, 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H, B. 8607). 

Hill, Charles S, 

Joint resolution to appoint second lieutenant in Marine 
Corps (sees. B. 260). 

Hill, Ebenezer J, (a Bepresentative from Connecticut) 
Appointed teller 264. 
Biiis and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Bridgeport, Conn.: to remove fire limit from i>ost-ofBce at 

(8eebillH.B. 11728)881. 
National banks: to amend laws relative to (see bill H. B. 
11411) 428. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 
Adjourn: to 244. 
Bridgeport, Conn: for improvement of harbor at (House 

Con. Bes. No. 60) 381. 
International American Bank: to print bill to incorporst^ 
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Hill— Continned. 
Petitions cuid papers presented by, from 

Connecticat, citizens of Norfolk: for postal sayings banks 

1234. 
citizens of South Norwalk: for tempeirance legisla- 
tion 2123. 
South Norwalk, Conn., Methodist Episcopal Church: for 

temperance legislation 1442. 
Southport, Conn., Daughters of American Bevolution: 
against desecration of nag 166. 
Remarks by, on 

Bridgeport, Conn., post-office 1668. 
Incidental subjects 2881. 

International American Bank 197, 198, 218, 220, 221, 222, 
229, 284, 235, 237, 238, 239, 248, 250, 251, 258, 261, 262, 263, 
264. 
Norwalk Harbor, Connecticut, light-houses 1852« 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Hilly Eudora 

Bill for relief (see bUl H. E. 10771). 
"HiilyMary J, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 896), 
Hilliard, Mary F. 

BiU to pension (see bill S. 4416) « 
Hill man, Clarinda S* 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 569). 
Concurrent resolution of Senate requesting President to 
return bill (S. 569) to increase pension of, passed House 
1496. 
Order of Senate requesting House to return bill (S. 569) to 

increase pension of, passed 1476. 
Message of President returning to Senate biU (S. 569) to 
increase pension of (S. Doa 108) 1487. 

Hinefl, Wiaiam J. 

Bill for relief (see bill H. B. 664). 
Hinrichsen, W, H. (a Bepresentative from Ittinois) 

Attended 14. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Payne, William B: for relief 1284. 
Votes of. See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 
Hipkins, James W, 

Petition for relief 857. 
Hippie, A, H, 

Speech delivered at Cmaha, Nebr., January 7, 1899, by 1542. 
Hirsch, Xouis 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 5402). 
Hitchcock, Mary M, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 12056), 

Papers referred in House 2082. 
Hite, Thomas 

Petition for relief of estate 357. 
Hitt, Robert R. (a Representative from Illinois) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 1386. 

Appointed on funeral committee 407. 
Biiis and joint resolutions introduced by 

Bates, A. E: to allowto accept foreign testimonial (see bill 

H. E. 11335) 357. 
Hawaii: to proyide gOTemment for (see bill H. R. 10990) 

relating to silver coinage and silver certificates in 

(see bill H. R. 11863) 1199. 

relating to postal savings banks in (see bill H. R. 

11918) 1338. ^ 

Hunt, Robert: to pension (see bUls H. R. 11661, 11794) 779, 
1013. 

Rawlins, John A: for removal of remains to Arlington (see 
H. Res. 320) 356. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Belvidere, Bl., Cigar Makers* Union: for labor legislation 
1637. 

Chicago, m., Citizens' Association: relative to new census 
955. 

Chicago, 111., Society of Ethical Chilture: relative to Philip- 
pine Idanda 2425. 



Hitt— Continued. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Freeport, HI., churches: for certain legislation 2987. 

Henney Buggy Company: relative to revenue stamp on tele- 
graph messages 17. 

Blinois, citizens of: against seating B. H. Roberts as Rep- 
resentative 1412, 2355, 2937. 

postmasters of: for increase of compensation 204, 1591. 

Iowa, citizens of Anamosa: for woman suffrage in Hawaii 
1726. 

Rockford, Bl., Union Furniture Company: to xnromote 
ocean carryingtrade 398. 

Rockford, HI., Woman's Christian Temperance Union: to 
protect anticigarette laws 955. 

Stanton, Theodore: for certain legislation 1637. 

Winnebago County, IlL,Farmers^Institute: for temperance 
legislation 1412. 
Remarics by, on 

Bates, A. E: relief of 2885. 

Breckinridge, Clifton R: relief of 2741. 

Buckingham, B. H: relief of 2741. 

Chinese exclusion 203. 

Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill 608,609,610, 611, 
624, 625, 626, 627, 628. 1440, 1441. 

Dobbins, C. R: relief of 2740. 

Freeport, Bl,, public building 1621. 

Hawaiian Islands navigation laws 950. 

Kinyoun, Joseph J: relief of 2741. 

Pacific Cable (Jomnany 770,772. 

Rodgers, Raymona P: relief of 2885. 

Schofield, John M: relief of 2885. 

Selfridge, T. C, and others: relief of 2741. 

Smithsonian Institution Board of Regents 807. 

Vifquain, Victor: relief of 2885. 

Williams, John R: relief of 2885. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee of Conference 

Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill (bill H. R. 11487) 
1439. 
Committee on Foreign Affairs 

Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill (bill H. R. 11487; 
Repobt 1728) 505, 524. 

Outrages on American citizens in China (H. Res. 298; Re- 
port 1671) 158. 
fetes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Hoar, Oeorge F. (a Senator from Massachusetts) 

Attended 1. 

Appointed conferee 440, 783. 

Appointed on committee on centennial celebration in city 

of Washington 284. 
Appointed on committee to wait on President 2869. 
Appointed on committees 1389. 
amendments offered by, to 

Deficiency appropriation bill: Howard University chair of 

pedagogy 2129. 
Pnilippine Islands: joint resolution declaring policy relative 

to 1487, 1488. 
Sundry civil appropriation bill 2558. 
Biiis and Joint resoiutions introduced by 

Atlantic Works: for reUef (see biU S. 4937) 55. 

Circuit courts of appeal: to amend law r^tive to right of 

appeal of United States from judgments of (see bill S. 

5129) 480. 
Congressional Record: for further distribution 6f (see bill 

S. 5315) 884. 
Court of Claims: for appointment of referees and auditors 

by (see bill S. 5048) 287. 
to provide for attendance of witnesses in matters per- 
taining to (see bill S. 5128) 430. 
Courts of United States: in relation to (see bill S. 5584) 2432. 
Department of Justice: to erect building for (see bill S. 

S. 5130) 430. 
Moran, Patrick: to pension (see bill S. 5102) 402. 
Red Ctobb Society: extending thanks of Congress to ofQcers 

and agents of (see S. R. 203) 206. 
Senators: relating to election of (see bill S. 5489) 1730. 
Sullivan, Eleanor R: to pension (see bill S. 5051) 323. 
Washington, D. C, centennial: for appointment of com- 
mittee on celebration of (see S. R. 200) 92. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 
Adjourn: to 2061. 
Committee on Judiciary: to allow to sit during sessions of 

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Hoar— Continned. 
Motions and resafutions offered by 

Executive session: for 1652, 1687, 1786, 1848, 1886,2887, 2562, 

2727. 
National centennial celebration: relative to action of com- 
mittees on 1898. 
Philippine Islands: for independence of 677. 

to print articles from Singapore Free Press relating 

to 1342. 
President: notification to 2869. 

Spain: inquiry relative to claims of citizens of United States 
against 403. 

requesting President to communicate instructions 

given to commissioners for negotiating treaty with 
403. 
Volunteers: inquiry relative to muster out of 92, 
Washington, l5. C. centennial: for appointment of com- 
mittee on celebration of 29. 
Washington's Farewell Address: for reading of 824. 

Petitions and papers presented Oy» from 

Beverly, Mass., Board of Trade: to increase American ship- 
ping 526. 

Edgartown, Mass., Daughters of American Revolution: for 
legislation to prevent desecration of national flag lU. 

Fall River, Mass., Board of Trade: to increase American 
shipping 1014. 

Gloucester, Mass., Board of Trade: to increase American 
shipping 526. 

Love, Alfred H: for certain legislation 1414. 

Lowell, Mass., Humane Society: for anti- vivisection legisla- 
tion 2264. 

Massachusetts, citizens of. for temperance legislation 599, 
781. 

referees in bankruptcy in: for increase of pay 1526. 

Massachusetts churches and societies: for temperance legis- 
lation 54, 166, 956. 

National Woman's Suffrage Association: for woman suf- 
frage in Hawaii 1150. 

New Bedford, Mass., Builders' Exchange: to increase Ameri- 
can shippinp^ 1150. 

New York, citizens of Rochester: for woman suffrage in 
Hawaii 1526; 1780. 

North Attleboro, Mass., Young People's Christian Union: 
for temperance legislation 634. 

Pennsylvania, citizens of Philadelphia: against territorial 
expansion 1150. 

Provincetowu, Mass., Maritime Exchange: to increase 
American shipping 526. 

Springfield, Mass., Commercial Travelers' Club: for present 
system of ticket brokerage 492. 

United States, citizens of: against territorial expansion 90, 
91, 136, 166, 205, 285, 322, 400, 430, 466, 526, 699, 634, 
676, 683, 731, 781, 829, 884, 919, 1014,1840,1372,1414, 
1443, 1477, 1526, 1880. 

against ratification of treaty without amendment 

1443. 

West Bridgewater, Mass., Farmers' Club: to increase 
American shipping 492. 

Wetmore, Edmund: relative to Federal courts 2430. 

Remarks by, on 

Acquisition of territory 96, 296, 297, 328, 498-503, 569, 570, 

571, 572, 791, 961, 968, 969, 1156, 1157. 
Admission to floor 188. 
Admission to Military Academy 1303. 
Alaska criminal laws 1885, 1886, 1887, 1889, 1992, 2700. 
Army reorganization 2460, 2461, 2462. 
Atlantic Works: relief of 138. 
Barton, Clara: thanks of Congress to 600. 
Bridge bills 1686. 
Calendar of Business 1238. 
Change of reference 1919. 
Claims of citizens against Spain 602. 
Committees of conference 2095. 
Congressional Record distribution 684. 
Connecticut River improvement 2217, 2218, 2219, 2221. 
Copyright law 1607, 1608. 
Court of Claims auditors 1747, 1748. 
Cuban franchises 2807. 
Department of Justice building 1017. 
District of Columbia statutes<1016. 
Fitchburg, Mass: public building 2559. 
Qame and song birds 439. 
Garland, A. H: death of 1206. 
Oonld, Helen Miller: medal for 1882. 
Incidental subjects 637, 677,678, 1212, 1989. 



Hoar—Continued. 
Remarks by, on 

Indian appropriation bill 1557. 

Letters written bv the blind 2538. 

Lord Herschell: death of 2639. 

Morrill, Justin S: death of 2178. 

Moses, W. B: relief of administrators 60, 61. 

Muster out of volunteers 211. 

Mystic River, Massachusetts, improvement 642. 

Navy officers in temporary service 1342. 

Nicaragua Canal 105, 106, 301, 302, 803, 693, 701, 745, 746, 764, 
755, 793, 798. 

Notification to President 2869. 

Order of business 1211, 1739, 1740, 

Pacific cable 2783. 

Pension appropriation bill 1158. 1159. 

Philippine Islands 562, 563, 569, 570, 736, 787, 836, 837, 838, 
1152, 1153, 1883, 1487, 1488, 1493, 1494, 1495, 1783, 1784, 
1833. 1834, 1837, 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1848, 1844, 1847. 

Procedure in pension cases 1984. 

Protection of birds 2360, 2362. 

Referees in bankruptcy 1526. 

Removal of political disabilities 1782^ 1839. 

Renewal of pensions 1596. 

River and harbor appropriation bill 2216, 2831. 

Simpkins, John: death of 2061. 

State war expenses 1677. 

Treaty with Spain 431. 

Unanimous consent 1838, 1839. 

Washington Public Library 1676. 
i^ieports made by, from 

Committee of conference 

Game and song birds (bill H. R. 3589) 2360. 

Suits against Government officers (bill H. R. 6901) 1808. 
Committee on the Judiciary 

Alaska civil code (letter) 919. 

Claiborne County, Miss., judicial district (bill S. 5450) 2086. 

Court of Claims process (bill S. 5128) 919. 

Game and song birds (bill H. R. 3589) 439. 

Hammond, Ind., courts (bill H. R. 10568) 1609. 

Legislative, executive, and judicial appropriation bill 
(amendment) 919. 

Removal of political disabilities (H. R. 11955) 1782. 

Tennessee courts (bill H. R. 11029) 919. 
Committee on Washington^ />. C, Centennial 

National celebration in 1900 (biU S. 5391) 1212. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Hobson, Richmond P. 

Joint resolution tendering thanks of Congress to (see H. Res. 

302). 
Joint resolution to transfer from construction corps to the 

line of Navy (see H. Res. 359). 
Report of Secretary of Navy relative to capture during war 

with Spain of (S. Doc. 8) 18. 

Hodge, Little B, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5114). 
Hodgman, George W. 

Bills to pension (see bills S. 5188; H. R. 11824)^ 

Petition for relief 857. 

Hoffinan, Mary C, 

Bill for relief (see bUl H. R. 11680), 
Papers referred in House 780. 

Hoffinan, Mary L. 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. R. 11806). 
Hoffinan, Wickham 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11875). 

Papers referred in House 1234. 

Hoffinan, William R. 

Papers referred in House 1338. 
Hog Island Point. See James River. 
Hog Island ShoaL See Narraoa2«sett Bay. 

Holben, Christina 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5057). 
Holiday Recess. See Adjournment. 

Holland Subma«ine Boats 

Amendment in Senate authorizing purchase of 2859. 



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Hollifleldy Flora 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5101). 
HoUoway, «7. B. 

Amendment in Senate for relief 1528. 
Holman, Clementine H, 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 1544). 

Resolntion in Senate to refer claim to Conrt of Claims, 



Holmes, Charles F, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 877). 
Holmes, J. W. 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. B. 1193C). 

Papers referred in House 1389. 

Holmes, Prentice 

Bills to grant an honorable discharge (see bills S. 8076; 
H. R. 5463). 

Holton, Lemon 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 8754). 
Holway, William J, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 8186). 
Holyoke, Massachiisetta 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 424). 
Home for Aged and Infirm Colored People 

Bill to provide (see bill S. 2821). 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for erection of 1787. 

Home for Disabled Volunteers. See National Home for Dis- 
abled Volunteers. 

Homesteads. See Pcjbuc Lands. 

Honolulu. See Hawaiian Islands. 

Honorary Attaches of Legation. See Diplomatic and Consu- 
lar SERYica 

Hooe, Robert A, 

Bills to purchase land in city of Washington from (see bills 
S. 5138; H. R. 11442). 

Hooker, Warren B. (a Representative from New York) 

Resignation of 88. 
Hopkins, Albert J, (a Representative from Illinois) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 1998. 

Chairman Committee of Whole 657, 706, 807. 870, 1887, 1850, 
1894, 1797, 1852, 1895, 1940, 2804, 2897, 2474. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Navy appropriation bill 2246. 
Bills and Joint reso/ut/ons introduced by 

Becker, Frederick W: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 
11588) 598. 

Bennett, Morgan R: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11587) 
598. 

Census: to provide for taking (see bills H. R. 11465, 11815) 
490. 1147. 

Jenkins. Charles £: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11589) 
598. 

War expenditures: to amend bill to provide ways and means 
to meet (see H. Res. 858) 1590. 
Petithns and papers presented by, from 

Becker, Frederick W: for pension 598. 

Bennett, Morgan R: for pension 598. 

Downers Qrove. 111., First Baptist Church: against seating 
B. H. Roberts as Representative 2081. 

Elgin, HI., Woman's Cnristian Temperance Union: for tem- 
perance legislation 1528. 

JQhnois, citizens of: against seating B. H. Roberts as Rep- 
resentative 1523. 

postmasters of Grundy County: for increase of com- 
pensation 1591. 

citizens of Woodstock: for temperance legislation 598. 

Illinois churches and societies: against seating B. H. Rob- 
erts as Representative 1528. 

Jenkins. Charles E: for increase of pension 598. 

Woodstock, m.. Woman's Christian Temperance Union: 
for temperance legislation 598. 
Remarks by, on 

Appraisers of customs pay 2902. 

Armor plate 2165, 2188, 2190, 2246, 2247, 2252, 2255, 2758, 2754. 



Hopkins— Continued. 
Remarks by, on 

Brooke, John R: relief of 1898. 

Census 1507, 1509, 1510, 1511, 1512, 2665, 2666. 

Civil Service Commission 459, 

Department of Justice building 2765, 2766. 

Dingley, Nelson: death of 1766. 

District of Columbia appropriation bill: conference report 
on 2912. 

Elgin, m.. public building 1578. 1579, 1588. 

Gathmann torpedo gun 2915. 2916. 

Hawaiian Islands navigation laws 949, 950. 

Incidental subjects 158. 

International American Bank 240, 259. 

Navy appropriation bill 2160, 2164, 2914, 2915, 

Public building bills 1562. 

Stamps on mortgages 1658, 1654, 2288. 

State war expenses 2111, 2112, 2118. 

War claims 2659. 2660, 2661. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee of conference 

Census (biU H. R. 11815) 2668. 
Committee on the Census 

Census (bill H. R. 11815; Report 1871) 1252. 
Committee on Ways and Means 

Stamps on mortgages (H. Res. 858) 1658. 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Hopkins, Louise K, 

Bills to increase pension (see bills S. 4929; H. R. 10986). 
Hopkinsville, Kentucky 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 425). 
Horn, Fritz 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. R. 11259). 
Horn, Martha E. 

Bills to pension (see bills S. 5419; H. R. 11662). 

Petition for pension 780. 

Horn Island Pass and Harbor 

Report of Secretary of War on survey of (H. R. Doc. 51) 51. 
Homer, W, B. 

Resolution' in House to refer claim to Court of Claims, 
passed 1504. 

Horses 

Concurrent resolution in House to print additional copies 
of special report on export demand for American (House 
Con. Res. No. 63), passed 525. 757. 780. 1016. 

Message of President transmitting rex>ort on market for 
American horses in foreign countries (S. Doc. 85) 167, 196. 

Horsfall, Mary M. and William J. 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. R. 11647). 
Hort, Emily F. 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5116). 
Hoskins, Sarah A, 

Bill to extend letters patent to (see bill H. R. 10880). 
Hospital Corps. See Army. 
Hospitals. See also Military Hospitals. 

Bills to reimburse for expenses incurred in connection with 
soldiers or sailors discharged while in their care (see bills 
S. 5581; H. R. 12188). 

Hosteau, John B. 

Bill to grant an honorable discharge (see bill H. R. 11212). 
Petition for relief 246. 

Hot Springs, Arkansas 

Bills to extend time for completion of railway on West 

Mountain on reservation at (see bills S. 4976; H. R. 11110). 
Bills to erect public building at (see bills S. 5548; H.R.1189). 
Bill for relier of certain persons residing on reservation at 

(seebillHR. 11878). 
Bill granting Hot Springs Street Railway Company right 

of way on reservation at (see bill H. R. 12209). 

Hot Springs, South Dakota 

Amendment in Senate relative to establishment of branch 

home for disabled volunteers at 824. 
Memorial of legislature of South Dakota for establishment 

of branch home for disabled volunteers at 1880, 2125, 2689. 



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Hot Springs Street Railway Gompany 

Bill granting right of way on reservation at Hot Springs, 
Ark. (see bill-H. R. 12209). 

Hottenstein, Justin O. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B, 9295) • 
Houghton, George L. 

Petition for relief 2123. 
Houghton, Samuel A, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5162). 
Hour of Meeting 

Order of Senate to meet daily at 12 o'clock m., passed 2. 

Order of House to meet daily at 11 o'clock a. m. , passed 2397. 

House of Bepresentatives. See also Comuittbbs of House; 

Contested Elbotions in House; Members of Congress; 

Rules of House; Special Orders in House; Yba-and- 

Nay Votes in House. 
Bills to allow use of voting machines in elections of Repre- 
sentatives (see bills S. 5088; H. R. 11856). 
Joint resolutions to remodel Hall of (see H. Res. 860, 867). 
Resolution in Senate to print precedents and decisions on 

points of order and phraseology in Senate and House, re- 
ferred 2814. 
Resolution to investigate relative to acceptance of office 

imder United States by members of (House Res. No. 854), 

passed 310, 821, 858, 876. 
Resolution relative to exercises upon acceptance from State 

of Missouri of statues of Thomas H. Benton and Francis 

P. Blair, passed 778. 
Exercises upon acceptance of statues of Thomas H. Benton 

and Francis P. Blair from State of Missouri 1461. 
Resolutions relative to acceptance of military or other offices 

by members of (House Res. Nos. 354, 411) 2145, 2169. 
Resolution that Joseph Wheeler, Edward E. Robbins, David 

G. Oolson, and James R. Campbell have vacated their 

seats in (House Res. No. 411), consideration refused 2751. 
Resolution for enlarging and improving restaurant of 

(House Res. No. 418), referred 2208. 
Resolution relative to appointment and pay of clerks to 

Members and Delegates (House Res. No. 894), referred 

1672, 2986. 
Resolution authorizing Doorkeeper to employ additional 

folders (House Res. N^o. 843) , passed 52, (^1. 
Resolution relative to pay of session employees (House Res. 

No. 865), referred 674. 
Resolution to continue emplo3rment of additional folders in 

folding room of, passed 2904. 
Resolution to appoint messenger for heavy mail wagon of, 

passed 2906. 
Resolution to employ bicycle messengers in, passed 2409. 
Resolution to pay Edwa^ F. Beclmian (House Res. No. 

861), referred 491. 
Resolution to continue employment of Robert Ck)ate8 in, 

passed 2885. 
Resolution ^ranting one month's extra pay to J. E. Hall, 

H. H. Tedford, J. H. Gkurber, and H. Brumm, passed 2906. 
Resolution to pay O. A. Harvey (House Res. No. 424) , passed 

2772, 2906. 
Resolution to continue emplo3rment of Fred W. Hedge 

(House Res. No. 890), referred 1590. 
Resolution to pay Joseph H. Johnson, passed 246, 997, 2904. 
Resolution to pay William Keith, passed 634, 2761. 
Resolution to pay Alfred Lewis, James 6K)odwin, John 

Dou^as, Charles McC!auley, Andrew Jackson, B. C. Lee, 

and William Moon (House Res. No. 416), referred 2424. 
Resolution to pay Samuel Marks, passed 680, 2762. 
Resolution topay six months' salary and funeral expenses to 

mother of Wistar W. Miller, passed 1013, 2761. 
Resolution to appoint S. D. Newcomb document and bill 

clerk at CHerk^s desk in, debated and passed 2904. 
Resolution to pay Theron Potts, passed 634, 2761. 
Resolution to pay Ambrose E. Pratt, passed 2424, 2761. 
Resolution to pay six months' salary and funeral expenses 

to widow of John A. Stewart, passed 598, 2761. 
Resolution to pay Asa G. Stratton (House Res. No. 358), 

passed 857, 681. 
Resolution to pay Edwin B. H. Tower (House Res. Na 896) , 

referred 1672. 
Resolution to pay six months' salary and funeral expenses 

to widow of Josiah W. White (House Res. Na 846) , passed 

62 88. 
Resolution to pay Robert J. Whittletcm, passed 1687, 2980. 
Order to meet dally at 11 o'clock a. m., passed 2897. 
Annual report of Dioorkeeper on public property (H. R. Doo. 

19) 16. 



House of Representatives— Continued. 

Annual report of Doorkeeper on books, maps, and pam- 
phlets in (H. R. Doc. 82) (omitted in Record), . 

Annual report of Sergeant-at-Arms on public property (H. 
R. Doc. 20) 16. 

Annaal report of Sergeant-at-Arms on receipts and disburse- 
ments (H. R. Doc. 21) 16. 

Letter of Clerk of House relative to additional space re- 
quired for tiles of (H. R. Doc. 170) 952. 

Remarks relative to origin and functions of Committee of 
the Whole House on state of the Union 198. 

R^ort of Clerk on employees, expenditures of contingent 
fund, and stationery account (H. R. Doc. 18) 15. 

Report of Committee on Judiciary relative to right of mem- 
bers to hold military or other offices (H. R. Report 2205) 
2145, 2169, 2258. 

Report of Committee on Ventilation and Acoustics relative 
to proposed remodeling of Hall of (H. R. Rbpobt 2206) 
2145, 2169. 

Hovey, Harriette JP. 

Bill to pension (see biU S. 2616). 
Hovia, H. L, B. 

Bill to correct military record (see bill S. 6481). 
Howard, Catherine 

Bill for reHef (see bill S. 5204). 
Howard, Charles 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 851). 
Howard, Edvxird B, 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. R. 11058). 
Howard, Hurton 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 4906). 

Howard, James C, 

Bills to amend military record (see bills S. 5461; H. R. 7727). 

Howard, Martha M, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5128). 

Howard, Milford W, (a Bepresentative from Alabama) 
Attended 14. 
yotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Howard, William M, (a Representative from Georgia) 
Attended 14. 
Bi7/8 and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Athens, Ga: to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 12070) 
1726. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

G^eorgia, citizens of: for fast mail service 1201, 2425. 
Woman's Home Missionary Society: against seating B. H. 
Roberts as Representative 2425. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Howard TTniversity, District of Columbia 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for chair of peda- 
gogy 2129. 

Howe, Hardin 

Papers referred in House 89. 

Howe, James B. (a Bepresentative from New York) 
Attended 14. 

Appointed on funeral committee 2529. 
Leave of absence granted to 165. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Kennedy, Mary A: to pension (see bill H. R. 12088) 1590. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Brooklyn, N. Y., Sons of Veterans: relative to civil service 
2772. 

California Manufacturers and Producers' Association: for 
subsidized cable to Orient 827. 

Eureka, CaL, harbor commissioners: for improvement of 
channel 464. 

New York, brewers of New York City: relative to tax on 
liquors 1829. 

Presbytery of Brooklyn: against seating B.H. Roberts 

as Representative 1678. 

New York Ghrand Army of Republic: relative to civil serv- 
ice 1057. 

New York American Shipping and Industrial League: to 
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Howe--Ck>ntinned. 
Pet/Ooiis and papers prssented by, from 

New York Paint, Oil, and Varnish Club: to increase Amer- 
ican shipping 1057. 
New York Woman Suffrage Association: for woman suf- 
frage 464. 
New York Woman's Christian Temperance Union: for tem- 
perance legislation 1013. 
United States Protestant Missionary Societies: for certain 
legislation 1201. 
Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization 1164. 
Fort Greene, N. Y. , monument 1805. 
Hurley, Denis M: death of. (Appendix 253.) 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Pensions 
McMullen. Rebeccah (Report 2177) 2036. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Howell, Benjamin F. (a Representative from New Jersey) 
Attended 14. 
Bi7/s and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Chauncey, Cecelia B: for relief (see bill H. R. 11168) 204. 
Elmer, Adele W: to increase pension (see biU H. R. 11564) 

634. 
Mather, George H: for relief (see H. Res. 861) 1672. 
New Brunswick, N. J: to erect public building at (see bill 

H. R. 11883J 1292. 
Woodbridge Creek, N. J: for survey of (see H. Res. 319) 284. 
Motions and resoiutions offered by 

Tower, Edwin B. H: to pay for services as page (House 
Res. No. 396) 1672. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Manalapan, N. J., Missionary Society: against seating B. H. 

Roberts as Representative 2937. 
New Brunswick, N. J., City Improvement Society: relative 

to Census Bureau 955. 
New Jersev, citizens of Eeyport: against seating B. H. 
Roberts as Representative 2690. 

citizensx)f Manasquan: for temperance legislation 955. 

postmasters of: for increase or compensation 1523. 

Perth Amboy. N. J., Ladies* Home Mission Society: against 
seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 2605. 
Remarks by, on 

New Brunswick, N. J: public building 1571. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds 
Atlantic City, N. J: public building (Report 2347) 2936. 
Jersey City, N. J: public building (Report 2339) 2935. 
Newark, N. J: enlarge public bunding (Report 2349) 2936. 
New Brunswick, N. J: public building (Report 1937) 1519. 
yotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Howell, James W. 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 2121). 

Hower, James H, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5082). 

Howey, Thomas 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5406). 

Hoyt, Housard M, 

BiU to extend letters patent to (see bill H. R. 11600). 
Petition for relief 525. 

Hubbard, Joseph S, 

Bill for relief of estate (see bill S. 5321). 

Hubbard, Samuel D. 

Bill forreUef (see bill H. R. 774). 

Hubbard, William D, 

Papers referred in House 28. 

Huddleston, Jarrett C, 

Petition for relief of estate 357. 
Huddleston, Martha E, 

Bill to pension (see bill 8. 2786). 
Huf^ TIiom€LS G. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5896). 



Huffinan, William R. 

Bill to increass pension (see Ijill H. R. 11907). 

Hughes, Charlotte 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11285). 

Hughes, George 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 1154). 
Hughes, John E. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11887). 
Hugo, William H, 

BiU for reUef (see biU S. 1032). 

Hull, John A, T. (a Representative from Jotoa) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed teUer 1257, 1261. 
Bills and Joint resoiutions introduced by 

Army: to increase efidencv of (see biU H. R. 12176) 2355. 

to reorganize (see bill H. R. 11022) 51. 

Joy, John R: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11169) 204. 

Ponte-Ruego, Andr^: to admit to MUitary Academy (see 
H. Res. 344) 1215. 

Volunteers: granting extra pay to officers and enlisted men 
(see bUl H. R. 11248) 284. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Adjourn: to 1292. 

Army: to print biU to reorganize 198, 862, 935, 1335, 2688. 

Recess: for 999, 1116. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Des Moines, Iowa, BidweU Deaconess Home: against seat- 
ing B. H. Roberts as Representative 1591. 

Des Moines, Iowa, Runnells Conference: against seating 
B. H. Roberts as Representative 2425. 

Indianola, Iowa, Woman*s Christiaa Temperance Union: 
for temperance legislation 1779. 

Iowa, citizens of: against seating B. H. Roberts as Repre- 
sentative 1879, 2772. 

soldiers of Carlisle: for service pension biU 2530. 

Iowa churches and societies: for temperance legislation 
1148. 
Remarks by, on 

Army appropriation biU 2804, 2805, 2806, 2807, 2806, 2315, 
2329, 2397, 2398, 2899, 2400, 2401, 2402, 2403, 2404, 2408, 
2474. 2475, 2476, 2477, 2478, 2479, 2482, 2483, 2484, 2485, 
2486, 2487, 2488, 2489, 2919. 

Army reorganization 851, 852, 973, 974, 975, 976, 1082, 1083, 
1163, 1173, 1174, 1175, 1179, 1180, 1181, 1182, 1183, 1185, 
1186, 1187, 1188, 1216, 1220, 1222, 1223, 1224, 1225, 1226, 
1227, 1228, 1253, 1256, 1267, 1258, 1259, 1261, 1262, 1263, 
1270, 1271, 1^78, 1279, 1280, 1284, 1285, 1287, 1288, 1290, 
1291, 1304, 1805, 1306, 1307, 1311, 1312, 1313, 1315, 1323, 
1324, 1325, 1328, 1331, 1332, 1333, 2675, 2676, 2677, 2678, 
2684. 

Army reorganization biU reports 356. 

Leave to print 999. 

Military Academy appropriation biU 1455, 1456. 

Naval Academy buildings 2014, 2015. 

Ponte-Ruego, Andres: appointment of 1215. 

Steedman, Richard R: reuef of 1915. 

Vicksburg National MiUtary Park 1518. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Military Affairs 
Adjutant-General of Army (Report 2145) 1962. 
Army appropriation biU (biU H. R. 12106; Report 2112) 

1878, 1879. 
Army reorganization (biU H. R. 11022; Report 1709) 355, 

397. 
Gteddes, Andrew (Report 2222) 2170. 
Hammond, William A. (Report 2319) 2689. 
Latham, James H. (Report 2170) 2035. 
United Confederate Veterans* reunion (Report 2821) 2689. 
Volunteer regiments' colors (Report 2221) 2169. 
Ifotes of. See YBA-Ain>-NAY Votes. 

Humboldt County, Calif omia 

BUI for telephone line from TaUe Bluff to Salmon Creek in 
(seebiUH. R. 9513). 

Humboldt County, Nevada 

BiU reserving lands for reservoir sites in (see biU S. 4924). 

Humboldt, Dyersburg and Tiptonville Railroad Compcmy 
BUI to aUow them to bridge Olnon Rivw (see IhU S. 5520). 



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Hume, TT. D, {executor) 

Report of Court of Claims on claim of (H. R. Doc. 78) 303. 
Humfries, John 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11199). 
HumperSy T. C 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5120). 
Humpton, Leans E, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 2965). 
Hiinker, J. J, 

Bill to allow him to accept foreign decoration (see bill S. 

2284). 

Hunt, Minnie J, 

Bill to refund certain taxes to (see bill S. 5096). 
Hunt, Robert 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11661). 

Bill to increase x)ension (see bill H. R. 11794). 

Hunter, And^^ew J, (a Representative from Illinois) 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Johnson, John R: to pension (see bill H. R. 11992) 1475. 
Shrigley, Riley: to pension (see bill H. R. 11991) 1475. 
Remarks by, on 

Naval Academy buildings 2147, 2148. 
Votes of. See Tea-and-Nay Votes. 
Hunter, Harriet C, 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. R. 11303). 
Hunter's Chapel. See Arlington Heights. 
Huntsville, Alabama 

Bills to establish military post at (see bills S. 5464; H. R. 
11985, 12012). 

Hurd, Adin L (administrator) 

Report of Court of Claims on claim of (H. R. Doc. 116) 
897. 

Hurley, Denis M, (a Representative from New York) 

Death announced 2529, 2741. 

Resolutions on death of 2529, 2741. 

Leave granted to print eulogies on 2771. 

Resolution in Senate for eulogies on 2776. 

Eulogies on (Appendix 129, 252, 258, 255, 259, 261). 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes, 
Hurley, John 

Bill to correct naval record (see bill H. R. 4122). 
Hurst, John 

Report of Court of Claims on claim of (H. R. Doc. 64) 88. 
Hussey, Richard M, 

Bill to increase fusion (see bill H. R. 8955). 

Pai)ers referred in Senate 1874. 

Petition for pension 1840. 

Huston, J. M, 

Bill to adjudicate claim of (see bill H. R. 8221). 
Hutchinson, Amelia 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11501). 
Huz, Taylor 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11820). 

Papers referred in House 1148. 

Hyde, F, Newton 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11722). 
Papers referred in House 882. 

Idaho 

Bills to grant right of way through former Nez Perces 

Indian Reservation in (see bills S. 5244; H. R. 11685). 
Bill to grant Clearwater Valley Railroad Company right of 

way through Nez Perces Indian lands in (see bill S. 5265). 
Bills to grant Clearwater Short Line Railway Company 

right of way through former Nez Perce Indian Reserva- 
tion in (see bills a 5266, 5427). 
Amendment in Senate granting right of way through former 

Nez Perces Indian Reservation in 402. 
Amendment in Senate relative to ratification of agreement 

with Indians of Fort Hall Reservation in 480. 
Memorial of legislature favoring legislation granting free 

homesteads to actual settlers 2039, 2260. 



Idaho— Continued. 

Memorial of legislature for free and unlimited coinage of 

silver 2089, 2855. 
Memorial of legislature for restoration to public domain of 

portion of Pnest River Forest Reserve 2039. 
Memorial of legislature for improvement of Columbia and 

Snake rivers 2038, 2060. 
Memorial of legislature relative to election of United States 

Senators 2038, 2355. 
Memorial of legislature favoring construction of Nicaragua 

Canal 2538. 
Memorial of legislature for aid and encouragement to Ameri- 
can line of merchant marine 2534. 
Memorial of legislature for establishment of Soldiers* Home 

at Fort Sherman 2588. 

Illinois and Mississippi Ganal 

Bill to acquire right of way for (see bill S. 2881). 

Immigrant Stations 

Bill to prohibit sale of intoxicating liquors in (see bUl H. R* 
12211). 

Immigration. See also Chinese Immigration. 
Bill to restrict (see bill S. 112). 

Immune Regiments. See Abmt. 

Imperial Japanese Society for Saving Life from Shipwreck 
Bill to donate one set of life-saving beach apparatus to (see 
bill S. 5144). 

Import Duties 

Bills to repeal duties on seed wheat imported by farmers 

(see bills S. 5098; H. R. 11714). 
Bill to amend act to remit duties on articles returned to 

United States from foreign expositions (see bill H. R. 

7271). 
Bill to remit duties on bells imported for Iowa Agricultural 

0>llege (see bill H. R. 10398). 
Bill imx>osmg taxes and duties on passengers, goods, wares, 

and mercha9dise brought hito United States by foreign 

vessels (see bill H. R. 10963). 
Bill to fix duty on cotton (see bill H. R. 11231). 
Annual report on refunds of (H. R. Doc. 255) 2354. 
Estimate of appropriation for def ra3ring expenses of collect- 
ing (H. R. Doc. 192) 1387. 

Imported Merchandise 

Bill to amend law relative to immediate transportation of 
dutiable (see bill H. R. 10459). 

Indeterminate Sentence and Parole Law 

Letter of Secretary of State transmitting report on (S. Doc. 
159) 2306, 2688. 

India 

Order of Senate to print certain reports relative to sickness 
of British troops in, passed (S. Doc. 85) 1158. 

Indian Gommissions 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation to continue work 

of Crow, Flathead, etc., commission 466. 
Amendment in Senate for appropriation for commission to 
negotiate with Devils LaKe band of Sioux Indians 1730. 

Indian Depredation Claims 

Bill to construe act for adjudication of (see bill S. 5206^. 
Reports of Attorney-General on judgments of Court of 

Claims in (S. Doc. 143; H. R. Docs. 43, 188) 18, 27, 1288, 

2426. 

Indian Medical Service 

Bill to establish system of (see bUl H. R. 11818). 

Indian Office 

Estimate of appropriation for salaries of additional clerks 
in (H. R. Doc. 84) 268. 

Indian Reservations 

Bill to establish wagon roads and animal trails across (see 
bill S. 3687). 

Bills to grant Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad Com- 
pany right of way through (see bills S. 5888; H. R. 11862). 

Bills to provide for acquiring rights of way by railroad 
companies through (see bills S. 5889; H. R. 11868). 

Memorial of legislature of Montana against leasing of reser- 
vations by Indians 2260. 



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Indian Bights Aasociation 

Memorial relative to timber on Chippewa lands (S. Doc. 49) 

480. 

Indian Schools 

Concnrrent resolution in House to print additional copies of 

annual rjeport of superintendent of, passed 1598, 1611, 1640. 
Amendment in Senate to set apart certain land in Fort 

Eeogh Reservation for industrial school for Indian children 

466. 
Amendment in Senate for appropriation for school at Salem, 

Oreg. 466. 
Amendment in Senate for construction of girls' dormitory 

at school at Tomale, Wis. 687, 783. 
Amendment in Senate for payment of stenographer for 

superintendent of 782. 
Estimate of additional appropriation for buildings for 

schools on Chippewa Indian Beservation (S. Doc. 68) 882. 
Estimate of appropriation for stenographer for superin- 
tendent of (fl. B. Doc. 96) 880, 



stimate of additional appropriation for 
Lake Beservation (H. B. Doc. 106) 897. 



for school at Leech 



Letter of Secretary of Interior transmitting report relative 
to cost of establishing Indian industrial school on Fort 
Keogh Beservation (fi. B. Doc. 189) 634, 673. 

Letter of Secretary of War relative to transfer of certain 
rifles to Interior Department for use at (H. B. Doc. 239) 
2082, 2121. 

Indian Supply Warehouse 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation to establish at 
Omaha, Nebr. 2696. 

Indian Territory 

Bill to amend act granting St. Louis, Oklahoma and South- 
em Bailway Company right of way through (see bill S. 
4070). 

Bills to grant Little Biver Valley Bailway Company right 
of way through Choctaw and Chickasaw nations in (see 
bills S. 4962; H. B. 11116). 

Bills to extend and amend act granting Kansas, Oklahoma 
Central and Southwestern Railway Company right of 
way through (see bills S. 4983; H. B. 11098). 

Bills to grant Arkansas and Choctaw Bailway Company 
right of way through Choctaw and Chickasaw nations in 
(see bills S. 5045; H. B. 11268). 

Bills to extend time for construction of railway by Arkan- 
sas and Choctaw Bailway Company through Choctaw 
Nation in (see bills S. 5046; H. B. 11255). 

Bill to amend act granting Inter-Oceanic Bailway Company 
right of way through (see bill S. 5152). 

Bills to extend laws of Arkansas relative to corporations to 



(see bills S. 5291; H. B. 11718). 
Billtoi ■ - - 



» amend act granting Denison and Northern Bailway 

Company right of way through (see bill S. 5424). 

Bills to regulate holding United States courts in central 
district of (see bills S. 5437; H. B. 11939). 

Bills to enable certain Indians to remove from (see bills S. 
5458; H. B. 12039). 

Bills to grant Gulf and Northern Bailroad Company right 
of way through (see bills S. 5475; H. B. 12042). 

Bill to grant Arkansas Valley and Gulf Bailroad Company 
right of way through (see bill S. 5476). 

Bills making appropriation for support of W. T. Whitaker 
Orphan Home in (see bills S. 5488; H. B. 12089). 

Bills to amend act to grant Arkansas Northwestern Bail- 
way Company right of way through (see bills S. 5518; 
H.B. 12126). 

Bills to grant Denison, Bonham and Gulf Bailway Com- 

Sany right of way through (see bills S. 5514; H. B. 12112). 
s to incorporate Grand Lodge of Independent Order of 
Odd FeUows of (see bills S. 5584; H. B. 12096). 

Bill to amend act granting Muskogee, Oklahoma and West- 
em Bailroad Company right of way through (see bill 
H. B. 9946). 

Bill making appropriations to execute certain provisions of 
act for protection of people of (see bill H. B. 10915). 

Bill to amend act granting Gainesville, McAlester and St. 
Louis Bailway Company right of way through (see bill 
H.B. 11084). 

Bill to protect timber in (see bill H. B. 11218). 

Bill to create board of health and regulate practice of medi- 
cine and surgery in (see bill H. B. 11371). 

Bill to grant Big Three Bailroad Company right of way 
through (see bill H. B. 11409). 

Bill to grant Postal Telegraph Cable Company of Texas 
right of way through (see bill H. B. 11415). 



Indian Territory— Continued. 

Bill to grant Fort Smith and Western Bailroad Company 
right of way through Choctaw and Creek nations in (see 
bm H. B. 11916). 

Bill to allow noncitizens to bring suits in United States 
courts in (see bill H. B. 12006). 

Bill to grant Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas Bailway Com-* 
nany right of way through (see bill H. B. 12069). 

Bill to allow use of grazing lands in (see bill H. B. 12166). 

Estimate of deficiency appropriation to carry into effect 
provisions of act for protection of people of (S. Doo. 88, 
H. B. Doc. 89) 166, 268. 

Estimate of deficiency appropriations for salaries and ex- 
penses of United States courts in (S. Doc. 186) 2556. 

Letter of Secretary of Interior transmitting sundrypetitions 
for appropriation to aid "W. T. Whitaker Home" at 
Pryor Creek (S. Doc. 90) 1286. 

Letter of Secretary of Interior transmitting memorial rela- 
tive to education of white children in (H, B« Doc. 242) 
2082, 2121. 

Indian Wars 

Memorial of legislature of Oregon for pensions to veterans 
of 1015, 1056, 1292. 
Indiana 

Bill to regulate holding United States courts at Hammond 
(seebiUH. B. 10563). 

Amendment in Senate to bill (H. B. 10563) to regulate hold- 
ing United States courts at Hammond 957. 

Memorial of legislature favoring ratification of treaty with 
Spain 1477. 

Memorial of legislature favoring service pensions for Union 
veterans of civil war 1675. 

Memorial of legislature for internal-revenue tax on mes- 
sages and packages forwarded by telegraph and express 
companies 1987, 2036, 2080, 2203, 2260, 2855, 2357. 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Bills to erect public building at (see bills S. 146; H. B. 2). 
Indians 

Absentee Shawnee: amendment in Senate for purchase of 
teams, etc., for 885. 

letter of Secretary of Interior relative to sale of lands 

by (H. B. Doc. 158) 731, 778. 

Allotments to: bill giving preference right of entry to per- 
sons procuring cancellation of fraudulent (see bill 
S. 4225). 

bill prohibiting allotments of lands outside of reser- 
vations (see bill S. 5588). 

bill to set aside allotments made to fictitious and de- 
ceased persons (see bill H. B. 11627). 

memorial of legislature of Oklahoma for taxation of 

(S. Doc. 140) 2426, 2530. 

memorial of legislature of South Dakota for taxation 

of 1964, 1906, 2429. 

Alsea: amendment in Senate relative to payment to 885. 

letter of Secretary of Interior relative to payment of 

certain (H. B. Doc. 25) 16, 18. 

Apache: bill to ratify agreement with (see bill H. B. 10046) . 

amendment in Senate to bill (H. R. 40049) to ratify 

agreement with 466. 

report of Secretary of Interior relative to adult males 

in October, 1892 (S. Doc. 84) 1017, 1201. 

Appropriations for: annual bill making (see bill H. R. 
11217). 

Cherokee: bill to allow suits by intermarried persons in 
Cherokee Nation (see bill S. 5462). 

amendment in Senate for payment of award in pur- 
chase of Cherokee Strip nom 493. 

amendment in Senate to ascertain amount due East- 
em Band of 732. 

amendment in Senate for investigation of warrants 

drawn upon funds of Cherokee Nation 2696. 

letter of Secretary of Interior transmitting agreement 

with (S. Doc. 88) 1201, 1288. 

report of Secretary of Interior relative to i>ayments 

made by Cherokee Nation on account of Cherokee 
freedmen {Q. Doc. 101) 1418. 

petition of citizens of Cherokee Nation against rati- 
fication of agreement with 2264. 

Chickasaw: amendment in Senate relative to pa3rment of 
arrears of interest due 92. 

Children: amendment in Senate relative to compulsory edu- 
cation of 402. 

Chippewa: bill for relief of Chippewa Indians of the Missis- 
sippi and of Lake Superior (see bill S. 8671). 



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Indians— Continued. 

Chippewa: bill to amend act for relief and ciyilization of 
(see bill H. B. 1885). 

bul for relief of Turtle Mountain band of (see bill 

H. B. 11228). 
amendment in Senate relative to ratification of agree- 
ment with Turtle Mountain band of 430, 527. 

amendment in Senate for appropriation for relief of 

Turtle Mountain band of 2129, 2206. 

estimate of appropriation for relief of Turtle Moun- 
tain band of (H. B. Doc. 247) 2169. 

papers to accompany bill (S. 8671) for relief of Chip- 
pewa Indians of the Mississippi and of Lake Supe- 
rior (S. Doc. 97) {omitted in Record), 

Chippewa Reservation: resolution of inquiry in Senate rela- 
tive to cutting of dead and fallen timber on, passed 
431. 

amendment in Senate for investigation relative to 

cutting of timber on 1527. 

estimate of additional appropriation for buildings for 

Indian schools on (S. Doc. 68) 882. 

report of Secretary of Interior relative to cutting of 

diaad and fallen timber on (S. Doc. 70) 882. 

memorial of legislature of Minnesota for postpone- 
ment of sale of lands in 2260, 2264, 2855, 2357, 2424. 

memorial of Indian Bights Association relative to 

timber on (S. Doc. 49) 431. 

Choctaw: bills to adjudicate claims of (see bills S. 5340, 5350). 

amendment m Senate for pa;rment of outstanding 

warrants from funds belongmg to 1919. 

letter of Secretary of Interior transmitting memorial 

for appropriation for discharging indebtedness of 
(H. B. Doc. 140} 634. 674. 

Choctaw Reservation: bills to grant Wichita and Southern 
Bailway Company right of way through (see bills 
S. 5473; H. B. 12057). 

Claims against: amendment in Senate relative to contracts 
for services for prosecution of 498, 599. 

ColviUe Reservation: bill to amend act granting Kettle Bi ver 
Valley Bailway Ck)mpany right of way through (see 
bills. 4965). 

. bill to grant Kettle Biver Valley Bailway Company 

right of way through (see bill S. 4966). 

Comanche: bill toratify agreement with (see bill H.B. 10049). 

amendment in Senate to bill (H. B. 10049) to ratify 

agreement with 466. 

• report of Secretary of Interior relative to adult males 

in October, 1892 (S. Doc. 84) 1017, 1201. 

Creek: letter of Secretary of Interior transmitting agree- 
ment with 2262, 2354 

Creek Reservation: bills to grant Wichita and Southern 
Bailway Company right of way through (see bills 
S. 5473; H.B. 12057). 

Crow Reservation: letter of Secretary of Interior trans- 
mitting report relative to removal of Northern 
Cheyenne Indians from (H. B. Doc. 153) 682. 727. 

DevQs Lake Sioux: amendment in Senate for appropriation 
for relief of 2129, 2206. 

estimate of appropriation for relief of (H. B. Doc. 

247) 2169. 

Five CivUized Tribes: amendment in Senate for payment 
of attorney's fees for services rendered under con- 
tract with 498. 

« amendment in Senate authorizing appointment of 

register of deeds for each of 885, 1842. 

Fort Hall Reservation: amendment in Senate relative to 
ratification of agreement with Indians on 480, 600. 

Great Sioux Reservation: amendment in Senate relative to 
claims of settlers on (a Doc. 126) 1780, 2065. 

Kansas Reservation: bills to grant Wichita and Southern 
Bailway Company right of way through (see bills 
S. 5473; H. B. 12057). 

Kaskaskia: bill to settle accounts of (see bill H. B. 11491). 

Kickapoo: amendment in Senate relative to support and 
civilization of 885. 

Kickapoo Reserwxtion: bill for sale of surplus lands in (see 
bill H. B. 8480). 

Kiowa: bill to rati^r agreement with (see bill H. B. 10049). 

amendment in Senate to biU (H. B. 10049) to ratify 

agreement with 466. 

report of Secretary of Interior rriative to adult males 

in October, 1892 (S. Doc. 84) 1017, 1201. 

Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Reservation: report of Sec- 
retary of Interior relative to condition and charac- 
ter of (S. Doc. 77) 637, 1057. 

Klamath Reservation: bill to grant Silver Lake Irrigation 
Company right of waythrouc^ (see bill H. B. 11175). 



Indiana— Continued. 

Leech Lake Reservation: estimate of additional appropria- 
tion for school at (H. B. Doc. 106) 397. 

memorial of legislature of Minnesota for postpone- 
ment of sale of lands in 2260, 2264, 2355, 2357, 2424. 

Lower BrvU: amendment in Senate to investigate claim of 
686. 

Lower BrvU Reservation: bill to ratify agreement with In- 
dians on (see bill S. 4852). 

Mescalero Apache Reservation: bill to restore to public do- 
main portion of (see bill H. B. 11222). 

Miami: letter of Secretary of Interior relative to sale of 
lands by (H. B. Doc. 158) 731, 778. 

Mississippi Choctaw: bills to adjudicate claima of (see bills 
S. 5340, 5850). 

Munsee: bill for relief (see bill H. B. 12151). 

Navajo: memorial of legislature of Utah for protection from 
depredations of 2357. 

Nez Perces Reservation: bills to grant right of way through 
former (see bills S. 5244; H. B. 11685). 

bill to grant Clearwater Valley Bailroad Company 

right of- way through former (see bill S. 5265). 

bills to grant Clearwater Short Line Bailway (Com- 
pany right of way through former (see bills S. 5266, 
5427). 

amendment in Senate granting right of way through 

former 402. 

Northern Cheyenne: letter of Secretary of Interior transmit- 
ting report relative to removal from Crow Beserva- 
tion of (H. B. Doc. 153) 682, 727. 

Northern Cheyenne Reservation: bill to establish boundaries 
of (see biU S. 5561). 

amendment in Senate establishing boundaries of 677, 

685. 

Old Settler Cherokee: report of Secretary of Interior relative 
to claim of (S. Doa 160) 1016, 2606. 

Omaha and Winnebago Reservation: bill to grant Sioux CJity 
and Omaha Bailway Company rightof way through 
(see bills. 5076). 

Osage: amendment in Senate to pay per capita allowance 
to 527. 

testimony taken before subconmiittee of Committee 

on Indian Affairs of Senate on amendment relative 
to payments to (S. Doa 162)2608. 

Osage Reservation: bills to grant Wichita and Southern 
Bailway Company right of way through (see bills 
S. 5473; H, B. 12057). 

Otoe and Missouri Reservation: bills to revise and adjust 
sales of land in (see bills a 2801; H. B. 4920, 12141, 
12191). 

Ottawa: bill for reUef (see bill H. B. 12139). 

Peoria: bill to settle accounts of (see bill H. B. 11491). 

letter of Secretary of Interior relative to sale of lands 

by (H. B. Doc. 158) 731, 778. 

Piankeshaw: bill to settle accounts of (see bill H. B. 11491). 

Ponca, Otoe, and Missouri Reservation: bill to grant Mis- 
souri and Kansas Telephone Company ri^t of way 
through (see bill H. B. 10509). 

Pottawatomie: bill for relief (see bill H. B. 12095). 

letter of Secretary of Interior relative to sale of lands 

by citizen band of (H. B. Doc. 158) 731, 778. 

Pottawatomie Reservation: bill for sale of surplus lands in 
(see bill H. B. 8480). 

QUfipaw: amendment in Senate ratifying and confirming 
certain act of general council of 2129. 

Rosebud Reservation: bill to ratify agreement with Vidians 
on (see bill a 4852). 

Santee Sioux: bill to restore annuities of (see bill a 5354). 

Seminole: resolution in Senate to investigate claims of loyal, 



amendment in Senate for 



priation to pay 



r appropn 
awards made to loyal 527, 1780, 2608. 

report of Secretary of Interior relative to claims of 

loyal (S. Doc. 72) 686,918. 

Shoshone Reservation: report of Secretary of Interior rela- 
tive to character and value of certain improvements 
on lands in (H. B. Doc. 228) 1879, 1880. 

memorial of legislature of Wyoming for commission 

to negotiate for purchase of lands in 1781. 

SUetz Reservation: bill to pay Indians on (see bill H. B. 
11272). 

amendment in Senate relative to payments to Indians 

on 885. 

Sioux: bill for relief of Lower Brule band of (see bill a 
4987). 

bill to restore annuities of SisMton and Wahpeton 

bands of (see Inll a 5854) . 



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Indians—Continued. 

Sioux: amendment in Senate relative to restoration of an- 
nuities to Sisseton and Wahpeton bands of (8. Re- 
port 1441) 287, 401, 

• amendment in Senate relative to ratification of cer- 
tain agreements with 824, 401. 

amendment in Senate for appropriation for conmiis- 

sion to negotiate with Devils Lake band of 1730. 

memorial of legislature <rf North Dakota for appoint- 
ment of commission to treat with 1526. 

memorial of John Eastman relative to claim of Meda- 

wakanton and Wahi>akoota bands of (S. Doc. 80) 91. 

paper relative to claim of Sisseton and Wahpeton 

bands of (S. Doc. 10) 19. 

Stockbridge: bill for relief (see WU H. R. 12151). 

Uintah Reservation: bill to restore to public domain portion 
of (see biU a 4867). 

bill to allow public use of waters flowing on or 

through (see bill S. 4868). 

amendment in Senate relaidve to waters flowing on 

or through 637, 677. 

Umatilla ReaerTXition: bill granting city of Pendleton, Oreg. , 
right of way through (see bill H. R. 10991). 

Ute: memorial of legislature of Utah for protection from 
depredations of 2357. 

Wea: bill to settle accounts of (see bill H. R. 11491). 

Wind Biver ReaervaiUm: report of Secretary of Interior 
relative to value and character of certain improve- 
ments on lands in (H. R. Doc. 228) 1879, 1880. 

Winnibagoshish Reservation: memorial of legiiQature of 
Minnesota for postponement of sale of umds in 2260, 
2264,2355,2857,2424. 

Yankton Reservation: bill to grant Dakota Southern Rail- 
way Company right of way through (see bill S. 5282). 

Industrial Ck>mmiaaion 

Bill to amend act for appointment of (see bill S. 6029) . 
Amendment in Senate making apinrc^riationa for expenses 
of 830, 884. 

Industrial Property Gonvention. See Bbxtssels Industrial 
Property Convention. 

Industries 

Report of Commissioner of Labor relative to cost of produc- 
tion in leading (S. Doc. 20) 28. 

Ingram, James W, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 10696). 
Insane Persons 

Bill to amend law to enable guardians to apply for letters 

patent (see bill H. R. 7346). 
Jomtresolutionfor temporary confinement, pendinginquiry, 
of Ixmatics in GK>vemment Hoq>ital for (see H. Res. 371). 

Insurance Companies 

Amendments in Senate for appropriations to pay claims of 
certain 2819, 2820. 

Interior Department 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for salary of libra- 
rian for Gtoneral Land Office 2696. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for additional em- 
ployees in General Land (3mce 2696. 

Amendment in Senate relative to duties of examiners of sur- 
veys in General Land Office 2696. 

Annual report of contingent expenses of (H. R. Doc. 58) 27. 

Estimate of appropriation for salaries for Indian Territory 
division in (H. R. Doc. 81) 244. 

Estimate of aaditional appropriation for care and repair of 
General Post-Office building to be occupied by (H. R. 
Doc. 108) 897. 

Letter of Secretary of War relative to transfer of certain 
rifles to (H. R. Doc. 239) 2121, 2082. 

Internal-Revenue Laws and Taxes 

Bills to amend law relative to drawing off, gauging, mark- 
ing, and removal of spirits (see bills S. 5106; £U R. 10997). 

Bill to exempt deeds, mortgages, and leases from taxation 

_(seebiUS. 5592). 

Bill to amend laws relative to distilled spirits (see bill H. R. 
10253). 

Bill to refund tax collected on certain circulating notes in 
Utah (see billH. R. 11041). 

Amendment in Senate to refund tax illegally collected from 
owners of private dies 2608. 

Amendment in Senate to r^und tax illegally collected on 
certain circulating notes in Utah 2608. 



Internal-Revenue Laws and Taxes— Continued. 

Memorial of legislature of Indiana for tax on messages and 
packages sent by telegraph and express oompanies 1967, 
5036,2080,2208,2260,2355,2357. 

Internal-Revenue Stamps 

Bills to require iKwtmasters to keep and sell (see bills S. 

5154; H. R. 11880). 
Bill regulating sale of (see bill H. R. 11084). 
Joint resolution to amend act relative to stamps required 

on bonds and notes secured by mortgage (see H. Res. 358). 

International American Bank 

Bill to incorporate (see bill H. R. 10807). 

Debate in House on bill to incorporate 82, 197, 218, 220, 239, 

248. 
Report of committee on banking of Intemational American 
Conference recommrading establishment of 228. 

Intemational Coxiffress of Navif^ation. See Brussels ^tter- 

NATIONAL (TONGKBSS OF l^TIOATIOK. 

International Gotten Press ComxMtny 

Bill fyr relief (see biU H. R. 10853) . 
Intemational Prison Gommission 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for 602, 685. 
Letter of Secretary of State transmitting report of United 

States commissioner on (S. Doc. 58) 465, ^. 
Letter of Secretary of State transmitting answers to cer- 
tain questions submitted by (S. Docs. 158, 150) 2606, 2689. 

Interoceanic Ganal and Railway Routes 

Resolution in Senate to print list of books and articles rela- 
tive to, referred 1016. 

Interoceanic Ganals. See Canaus. 
Interoceanic Railway Gompany 

Bill to amend act granting right of way through Indian 
Territory (see bill a 5152). 

Interstate Commerce 

Bills to prohibit ticket brokerage (see bills S. 1575; H. R. 
7130). 

Bill for protection of employees of railroads engaged in 
(8eebillH.R. 11875). 

Bill to regulate interstate traffic in foods, beverages, can- 
dies, drags, and condiments (see bill H. R. 11490.) 

Bill relative to injunctions to restrain operation of State 
laws affecting common carriers engaged in (see bill H. R. 
11983). 

Debate in House on bill to prohibit ticket brokerage 33, 51. 

Memorial of legislature of South Di^ota favoring enforce- 
ment of act regulating 1964, 1966. 

Memorial of legislature of South Dakota relative to rates 
on interstate freight and passenger traffic 2428. 

Interstate Gommerce Gommission 

Annual report of (H. R. Doc. 141) 634, 674. 

Report relative to transportation of persons free or at re- 

cluced rates (S. Doc. 63) 403, 677. 
Memorial of legislature of North Dakota favoring passage 
of bill (S. 3354) granting additional powers to 829. 
Iowa 

Bill to create central division of southern judicial district of 
(seebiUH.R. 12063). 

Iowa Agricultural Gollege ' 

Bill to remit duties on bells imported for (see bill H. R. 
10398). 

Iron and Steel 

Letter of Secretary of War transmitting report on tests of 
(H. R. Doc. 143) 678. 

Ironton, Ohio 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 12074). 
Irrigation 

Bill granting lands to Nevada for (see bill S. 4925). 

Bill granting arid lands to States for (see bill H. R. 9994). 

Joint resolution granting arid and semiarid lands to States 
for (see S.R. 261). 

Resolution of inquiry in Senate rdative tosorveys of reser- 
voir sites for, passed 1528. 

Resolution of inquiry in Senate relative to usefulness of 
reservoirs to agriculture, passed 1598. 

Amendments in Senate for increase in appropriations tox 
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Irrigation—Continued. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for continuing im- 
provement of canals and reservoirs for 1445, 1597, 1730. 

Amendment in Senate for aj>propriation for construction of 
reservoirs along Piney C&eek, Wyo., and South Platte 
River, Colo., for 1595. 

Amendment in Senate to aid public-land States in reclama- 
tion of desert lands 1598, 2206. 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for surveys and ex- 
aminations of reservoir sites for 1678, 1780. 

Debate in House on 2928. 

Debate in Senate on 2268-2282, 2817-2842. 

Message of President transmitting report relative to useful- 
ness of resorvoirs to agriculture (S. Doc. 124) 2042, 2359, 



Report of Secretary of Interior relative to surveys of reser- 
voir sites (S. Doc. 116) 1779. 

Irwin, tT". C, cfc Co. 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 2050). 
Island of Guam. See Ladronb Islands. 
Issue and Redemption Division. See Treasury Dspartment. 
Isthmtis of Darien 

Resolution in Senate favoring modification of Clayton- 
Bulwer treaty relative to construction of interoceanic 
canal across 55. 

Jackman, Mary 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5285). 
Jackson, Andrew 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11128). 

Resolution in House to pay (House Res. No. 416), referred 
2424. 

Jackson, George M, 

Petition for medal of honor for 1673. 
Jackson, J. Z)., and others 

Papers referred in House 955. 
Jackson, James W. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 2981). 
Jackson, Mississippi 

Bills to erect annex to public building at (see bills S. 5560: 
H. R. 5536). 

Jackson, Sheldon 

Report on introductioi^ of reindeer into Alaska (S. Doc. 34) 
166. 

Jackson, Silas M. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11205). 
Jacobs, Benjamin F. 

Bill to place on retired list of Navy (see bill S. 4969). 
Jacobs, Eli 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11901). 
James, Duncan 

Report of Ck)urt of Claims on claim of (H. R. Doc. 26) 16, 
James, Edward W, 

Report of Court of Claims on claim of (H. R. Doc, 226) 1828. 
James, If&ward L, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 635). 
James, John H, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5080). 
James, Marcia J, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11747), 
James Biver 

Bills for lighted buoys at Hog Island Point, Goose Hill 
Shoal, Epps Island Shoals, Glovers Bluff, Harrisons Bar, 
Bailey Creek Flats, and Dancing Point, in (see bills H. R. 
11958, 11959, 11960, 11961, 11962, 11968, 11964). 

Jameson, David 

Bill for relief of estate (see bill S. 4963). 

Jamestown, New YorJc 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 4313). 
Jamison, Amia E, 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 5077). 



Janesville, Wisconsin 

Bills to erect public building at (see bills S. 5579; H. B. 
11162). 

Janney, Charles H, (administrator) 

BUIs for relief (see bills S. 5349; H. R. 11993). 
Japan 

Bills to contract with Pacific Cable Company of New York 

for transmission of electrical messages to (see bills S. 

5131; H. R.8961). 
Bill to lay submarine cable to (see bill H. R. 11310). 
Amendment in Senate to bill (S. 3057) to contract with 

Pacific Cable Company of New York for transmission of 

electrical messages to 359. 

Jarvis, David H,^ and others 

Bill to grant medal of honor to (see bill H. R. 12120). 

Joint resolutions tendering thanks of Congress and authoriz- 
ing presentation of medals to (see S. R. 229; H. Res. 370). 

Message of President recommending tender of thanks of 
Congress and presentation of medals of honor to (S. Doc. 
66) 726, 730. 

Memorial of Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco, Cal., 
for relief of 381. 

Jenkins, Charles E, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11539). 
Papers referred in House 598. 

Jenkins, John J. (a Bepresentative from Wisconsin) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed conferee 1253, 2527, 2528. 

Appointed on funeral committee 2880. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Alaska: bill to define and punish crimes in 389, 390, 891. 

District of Columbia: bill to allow typewriters for record- 
ing of deeds in 114. 

Navy and Marine Corps: bill to increase efficiency of per- 
sonnel 719. 
Biils and joint reso/ut/ona introduced by 

Army and Navy: to reimburse expenses incurred in return- 
ing remains of officers and men of (see bill H. R. 10993) 
28. 

Brookland, D. C: for relief of citizens (see bill H. R. 11839) 
1200. 

Carr, Laura V: to pension (see bill H. R. 10978) 17. 

Corporations: to limit liability of stockholders (see bill H. R. 
11628) 728. 

District of Columbia: for grading Adams Mill road in (see 
bill H. R. 11052) 51. 

to extend Fourth street in (see bill H. R. 11220) 268. 

to establish municipal court for(see bill H. R. 11373) 

397. 

to charge interest on arrearages of taxes in (see bill 

H.R. 11443) 464. 

to select land for park in (see bill H. R. 11529) 598. 

to fix hours of policemen in (see bill H.R. 11801) 

1056. 

to regulate pay of mechanics and laborers on public 

works in (see bUl H. R. 11881) 1292. 

Dix, WiUiam H: for relief (see bill H. R. 11924) 1338. 

Johns, Samuel: toremove charge of desertion (see bill H.R. 
10980) 17. 

Kalk. Flora Stanton: to pension (see bills H. R. 10979,11007) 
17,28. 

McDonald, John: for relief (see bUl H. R. 10977) 17. 

Milwaukee, Neilsvllle and Lake Superior Railroad Company: 
granting right of way to (see bill H. R. 12164) 2203. 

States: to amend act to reimburse expenses incurred for vol- 
unteers (see bill H. R. 12020) 1590. 

Swift, William P: for relief (see bill H. R. 11006) 28. 

Volunteer Army: to legulate payment to soldiers in (see bill 
H. R. 11374) 897. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

District of Columbia, citizens of: for labor legislation 1673, 
1829. 

Hammond, Wis., Patrons of Husbandry: to increase Ameri- 
can shipping 1339. 

Superior, Wis., Trades and Labor Assembly: against terri- 
torial expansion 882. 

Wisconsin, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1412. 

citizens of Bayfield County: for survey of harbor of 

Port Wing464. 

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' Jeiiki2i8— Continued. 
Bemarka by, on 

Alaska criminal laws 890, 891, 420, 422, 425, 511, 512, 518, 515, 
516. 517, 518, 619, 520, 521, 522, 528, 524, 545, 546, 547, 548, 
549. 550, 551, 554, 555, 556, 595, 596, 597. 

Arrearages of taxes 987. 

Courts of United States 418. 

District of Colnmbia assessment certificates 987, 988, 989. 

District of Colnmbia land titles 2887. 

Fore, William H: relief of 2669. 

Frederich, Minnie: relief of heirs 940. 

International American Bank 285, 286, 287. 

Ealk, Flora S: pension to 1720. 

Labor legislation 422. 

Navy personnel bill 719, 720. 

Removal of political disabilities 1656. 

Rock Creek Fark roadway 946, 947. 

Williams, W. D: relief of 940, 941, 2888, 
Reports made by, from 
Committee of conference 

Arrearaflres of taxes (bill S. 4700) 1411. 

Yates, Thomas (bill H. R. 681) 2662. 
Committee on the District of Columbia 

Arrearages of taxes (Report 1799) 881. 

Assessment certificates (Report 1767) 779. 

Cranston, Mary J. (Report 1762) 778. 

Dengler, Christiana (Report 2067) 1686. 

Dix, William H. (Report 2064) 1686. 

Fergnson, Harriet A. (Report 2085) 1686. 

Frederich, Minnie (Report 1728) 597. 

Health ordinance (Report 2066) 1686. 

Pema, Francisco (Report 1729) 597. 

WilUams, W. D. (Report 1766) 779. 
Committee on the Judiciary 

Removal of political disabilities (Report 2016) 1589. 
yotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Jenkins, Joseph 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 767). 
Jennings, James C, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H, R. 8985). 
Jennings, Peter 

Papers referred in Honse 1418. 
Jensen, Sayer 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5121). 
Jersey City, New Jersey 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 889). 
Jett, Thomas M, (a Representative from Illinois) 

Attended 14. 

Appointed visitor to Military Academy 2926. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Long, Orin: to pension (see bill H. R. 11148) 165. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Illinois, citizens of Upper Alton: against seating B. H. 
Roberts as Representative 2772. 

postmasters of: for increase of compensation 2123. 

Bemarks by, on 

Army reorganization 1098, 1099, 2685. 

Charge of desertion 1714. 

Extra pay to volunteers 442. 

Incidental subjects 985. 

Moore, William: relief of 1721. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Military Affairs 

Beckert, Sebastian (Report 2197) 2121, 

Kloenne, Julius C. (Report 1824) 1018. 

Moore, William (bill H. R. 11615; Report 1758) 680. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Jewell, Smith 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11824). 
Jewett, W. W, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11914). 
Johns, M. H. 

Resolution in House to refer claim to Court of Claims, 
passed 1504. 

Johns, Samuel 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 



Johnson, Augitstus 

BUI for relief (see biU H. R. 11828). 
Johnson, diaries W. (administrator) 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. R. 12016). 
Johnson, Fannie J. 

Resolution in House to refer claim to Court of Claims 
passed 1504. 

Johnson, Henry U, {a Representative from Indiana) 

Appointed teller 1261. 
Leave of absence granted to 1916. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Indiana, citizens of: for temperance legislation 955, 1148. 

postmasters of: for increase of compensation 898, 

1523. 
Bemarks by, on 
' Army reorganization 974, 1021-1029, 1082, 1084, 1085, 1188, 
1184, 1185, 1186, 1187, 1226, 1255, 1256, 1260, 1261. 
Banking and currency 2888, 2889. 
Census 1511. 
Incidental subjects 2769. 
Leave to print 2472. 
Personal privUege 1288, 1289. 

Philippine Islands 1021-1029, 1082, 1034, 1035, 1819, 2808. 
President's poUcy 2808, 2815, 2316, 2823, 2824. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Johnson, Hiram 

Bill to pension (see bUl H. R. 11279). 
Johnson, James W, 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 11678). 
Johnson, John 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11946). 
Johnson, John R, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11992). 
Johnson, Joseph H, 

Resolution in House to pay, passed 246, 997, 2904. 
Johnson, Julia M, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 2049). 
Johnson, Leonard B, 

Bill for relief of estate (see bill S. 6007). 
Johnson, Margaret A, 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. R. 11886). 
Johnson, Martin If. (a Representative from North Dakota) 
Attended 14. 
Called to the chair 1086. 
Leave of absence granted to 129. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army: bill to reorganize 1288, 1815. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Portal, N. Dak.: to make subport of entry (see bill H. R. 
12116) 1964. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Cavalier, N. Dak., Presbyterian Church: for legislation in 

interests of morality 2171. 
Niagara. N. Dak., Woman's Christian Temperance Union: 

for certain legislation 2261. 
North Dakota, citizens of: for certain legislation 1726. 

e>stmasters of: for increase of compensation 2261. 
akota legislature: for election of senators by people 
1726. 
Ship subsidy: memorial in favor of 2605. 
Remarks by, on 

Army canteens 1815, 1817. 
Army reo^^nization 1315, 1817. 
Dingley, Nelson: death of 1767. 
Missouri River improvement 14(X). 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Johnson, Oliver O. 

Papers referred in House 321. 
Johnson, Samuel F, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 4542). 
Johnson, Stephen 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5156). 



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Jolinson, F. Baldwin 

BUI for relief (see biU H. B. 10577), 
Johnson, William H. 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. B. 2668). 
Johnson, WHliam M, 

BiU to pension (see bill H. B. 11788). 
Johnston, Oeorge W, 

Papers withdrawn in Honse 2771. 
Johnston, Jaiie B, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 048). 
Johnston, Ledia 

Papers referred in House 1538« 
Johnston, Samuel 

Bill to grant an honorable discharge (see bill H. B. 884). 
Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. B. 12078). 
Joint Besolutions and Bills. See Congress. 
Joliet, Ulinoia 

Bills toerectpublicbnildingat (see bills a 6550; H.B. 10962). 
Jones, Benjamin F. 

Bill for relief (see bin H. B. 5715). 
Jones, Charles E, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 6284). 
Jones, Ellen S. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11984). 
Jones, Frances A. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. B. 11051). 
Jones, Francis 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 12161). 

Papers referred in House 2987. 

Jones, Huff 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 4200). 

Jones, James K, (a Senator from Arkansas) 

Attended 1. 

Appointed conferee 2042. 

Appointed on committee 1889. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Indian appropriation bill 92, 1548, 1550, 1554, 1556, 1599. 
Bi'f/s and Joint reso/ufions introduced by 

Cherokee Indians: for relief of certain x>ersons intermarried 
with (see bill S. 5462) 1527. 

dJhoctaw and Memphis Bailroad Company: to allow to con- 
struct bridges (see bill S. 4891) 20. 

Choctaw, Oklahoma and Qulf Railroad Company (see bill 
S. 5388) 1204. 

Interoceanic Telegraph Company: to amend act granting 
right of way to (see bill S. 5152) 493. 

Little Biver Valley Bailway Company: granting right of 
way to (see bill S. 4962) 92. 

Mississippi Choctaws: to adjudicate claims of (see bill S. 
5350) 957. 

St. Louis, Siloam and Southern Bailroad Company: to allow 
to bridge White River (see bill S. 5126) 481. 

West, Louise: to pension (see bill S. 5856) 1061. 

W. T. Whitaker Orphan Home: for relief (see bill S. 5483) 
1678. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Navy and Marine Corps: inquiry relative to cost of per- 
sonnel 1678. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Arkansas, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1592. 
citizens of Crittenden County: against certain legis- 
lation 1674. 
United Confederate Veterans: relative to certain legislation 

684. 
West, Louisa: for pension 1059. 
Bemarks by, on 

Acquisition of foreign territory 1019. 
Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Bailroad 1528. 
Committee service 1698. 

Fort Smith and Western Bailroad Company 2180. 
Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry 1687. 



Jones— Continued. 
Remarks by, on 

Garland, A. H: death of 1205, 1206. 

Indian appropriation bill 650, 1548, 1549, 1550, 1551, 1552, 

1553, 1555, 1556, 1559, 1560, 1598, 1599. 
Little River Valley Railway Ckmipany 1061. 
Lower Brule and Rosebud Indian reservations 168. 
Mail contracts 2054, 2055. 

Philippine Islands: resolutions relative to 1240, 1241. 
Printing in Record 1159. 
Railroad right of way 2041. 
Washington Public Library 1676. 
White Rivdr, Ark., bridge 885. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Contingent Expenses of Senate 
Army and Navy: resolution of Inquiry relative to contracts 

for vessels and supplies for 166. 
Washington , D. C. , post-ofifice building: resolution of inquiry 
relative to construction of 166. 

Committee on Indian Affairs 
Arkansas Northwestern Railway (bill S. 5518) 2040. 
Cherokee Indian intermarriages (bill S. 6462) 2040. 
Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad Company (bill S. 

5388) 1375. 
Fort Smith and Western Railroad Company (bill H. R. 

11916) 1918. 
Gainesville, McAlester and St Louis Railway (bill H. R. 

11084) 2040. 
Little River Valley Bailway Company (bill H. B. 11116) 

1061. 
Missouri and Kansas Telephone Company (bill H. B. 10509) 

1061. 
Oklahoma Territory Indians (bill H. B. 10049) 1689. 
Votes of. See Yka-and-Nay Votes. 
Jones, John, id. 

Bill to correct military record (see bill B. 4948). 
Jones, John P. (a Senator from Netmda) 

Attended 381. 

Appointed on committees 1889. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Contingent Expenses of Senate 
Committee on Finance: resolution for investigation by 2695. 
Conmiittee on Forei^ Relations: resolution to continue 

employment of additional clerk 2535. 
Ck)mmittee on Manufactures: resolution to continue inves- 
tigation by 2788. 
Committee on Pensions: resolution for investigation by 

2585. 
Cunningham, H. R. (amendment) 2609. 
Stenographer: resolution to pay 2788, 2820. 
¥ot3s of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Jones, Thomas T. 

BUI to pension (see bill H. R. 11719). 
Jones, William A. (a Representative from Virginia) 
Attended 14. 
ilmendments offered by. to 

River and harbor appropriation bill 1369. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Hipkins, James W: for relief 357. 
Remarks by, on 

Nandua Creek, Virginia, improvement 1869. 
Ifotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Jones, William C. (a Representative from Washington) 
Attended 14. 
Siiis and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Adams, Mary E: for relief (see bill H. R. 11893) 1293. 
Roberis, Joshua T: for relief (see bill H. R. 11121) 184. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Spokane, Wash., First Baptist Church: for certain legisla- 
tion 2123. 
Washington legislature: for election of Senators by people 



Remarks by, on 

Alaska crimhial laws 885, 898, 896, 421, 510, 516, 517, 544, 545, 
546, 547, 548. 

Alaska liquor law 590. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 



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Joplin, Missouri 

Bill to erect pnblio btdlding at (see bill S. 244). 
Jordan, Sarah 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 4399). 
Joseph, Annie E, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 3534). 

Joy, Charles F, (a Representative from Missouri) 
Leave of absence granted to 51. 
Bi7/s and joint resolutions introduced by 

Hazeltine, Charles W: for relief (see H. Res. 808) 165. 
Stark, Jo*C: for relief of legal representatireB (see bill 

H. R. 11584) 674. 
Wheeler, Annie Early: tendering thanks of Congress to (see 
H. Res. 330) 674. 
Motions and resolutions offereid by 

Keith, William: to pay for services in folding room (Hoose 

Res. No. 367) 634. 
* • The Colonial Systems of the World: " to print (House Con. 
Res. No. 70) 1964. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Jackson, George M: for award of medal of honor 1673. 
Missoari Association of Ship Carpenters and Caulkers: for 

labor legislation 2605. 
Nipher, Francis E: for territorial expansion 675. 
yotes of. See Yea-anivNay Votis, 
Joy, John R. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. E. 11169). 
Joy, Thaddeus M. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 2886). 
J. 8. Steams I«amber Company 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 7865). 
Judd, C. P. 

Papers referred in Honse 491. 

Judgments. See Court op Claims; Courts op United States. 
Judicial Gircidts. See Courts op United States. 
Judicial Officers. See Publio Oppicers. 
Jumper, Amaiida F, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 4982). 
Juries. See Courts op United States. 
Jurors. See Courts op United States. 

Justus, Henry 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5477). 
Kaiser, Jidius A, 

Bills for relief (see bills S. 1227; H. R. 1579). 
Kalk, Flora S, 

Bills to pension (see bills a 4775; H. R. 10979, 11007). 

Memorial of senate for liberal appropriations for merchant 
marine 1412, 1474. 

Kansas Gity, Kansas 

Bills to erect public building at (see bills S. 5408; H. R. 
2129). 

Kansas Gity, Missouri 

Resolution in Honse to investigate delay in construction of 
public building at (House Res. No. 357), referred 356. 

Kansas Gity and Memphis Railway and Bridge Company 

Bill to allow them to bridge Mississippi River (see bill S. 

0v4vy. 

Kansas, Oklahoma Gentral and Southwestern Railway Com- 
pany 

Bills to extend and amend act granting them right of way 
through Indian and Oklahoma Territories (see bills S. 
4983; H. R. 11098). 

Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas Railway Gompany 

Bill to grant right of way through Indian and Oklahoma 
Territories (see bill H. R. ^ 

Kansas Reservation. See Indians. 



Kansgen, Adolph 

Papers referred in House : 
Kase, Spencer M. 

Bill to restore to rolls of Navy (see bill H. R. 11176). 
Kaskaskias. See Indians. 
Kaump, John W. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 5279). 
Keach, John 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 10184). 
Kean, James 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. R. 11903). 
Kean, John (a Senator elect from New Jersey) 

Credentials presented ^204. 
Kearney, Nebraska 

BiU to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 5364). 
Kearney, Thomas H, 

Bills to increase pension (see bills S. 5421; H. R. 11203). 
Kee, EUie 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 2037). 
Keen, Alexander 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 4394). 
KeifT, Elizabeth 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11206). 
Keith, William 

Resolution in House to pay, passed 634, 2761. 

Kelley, John E, (a Representative from South Dakota) 
Petitions jind papers presented by, from 

South Dakota legislature: for regimental post at Fort Meade 
. 881. 

for erection of soldiers* home 2689. 

South Dakota Woman's Christian Temperance Union: for 
certain legislation 1013. 
Remarks by, on 

Census 1510, 1512. 

Deadwood, S. Dak, public building 2921, 2922. 
Irrigation investigations 349. 
Missouri River improvement 1401, 1402, 1403. 
Philippine Islands (Appendix 144). 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votbb. 

Kelly, Dennis 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 5062) . 
Kelly, Jacob 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11658). 
Kelly, Jane O, 

Bills to pension (see bills S. 4903; H. R. 6939). 

Kelly, Mary E. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11636). 

Kemp, Oeorge M, 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. R. 11904). 

Kendrick, Samuel 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for purchase of 
certain land records from administrator of estate of 2040. 

Kennedy, Ellsworth 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. R. 11976). 

Kennedy, Hannah 

Bill for reUef (see biU H. R. 12152). 

Kennedy, James 

Bill for reUef (see bill H.R. 11129). 

Kennedy, Margaret 

Bills for relief of estate (see bUls S. 2495; H. R. 5200). 

Kennedy, Mary A, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 12033). 

Kennemer, NatJianiel 

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Eezmey, Richard R. (a Senator from Delaware) 

Attended 881. 

Appointed conferee 899, 2865, 2586, 2697. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army: bill to reorganize 1780, 2440. 
Arm^^ appropriation bill: Delaware war claim 1597. 
Deficiency appropriation bill: National Investment Com- 
pany 2800. 
Navy appropriation bill; Navy retired officers 466. 
River and harbor appropriation bill: Morderkill River, Del- 
aware, improvement 1528. 

St. Jones River, Delaware, improvement 1528. 

Bills and Joint resolutions introduced 6/ 

Anderson, Edwin S: to increase pension (see bill S. 5469) 

1597. 
Aner, Frederick: to pension (see bill S. 5415) 1287. 
Dennis, William H: to remove charge of desertion (see bill 

S. 5258) 686. 
Hawkins, Hamilton S: to increase rank on Army retired 
list (see bill S. 5290) 829. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

St. Jones River, Delaware: for improvement of 880. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Wilmington, Del., Retail Liquor Dealers' Association: rela- 
tive to internal-revenue tax 2427. 
Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization 2441, 2442. 
Army veterinary corps 2441. 
Bootes, J. W: relief of 2562. 
Carswell, W. B: relief of 2586. 
Nicaragua Canal 957. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee of conference 

Yates, Thomas (bill H. R. 681) 2610. 
Committee on the District of Columbia 
Impersonation of weighmasters (Report 1549) 1151. 
Removal of weeds (Report 1550) 1151. 
Committee on Pensions 
Auer, Frederick (Report 1704) 2126. 
Carroll, David (Report 1766) 2126. 
Sullivan, Mazie V. (Report 1793) 2858. 
Wiley, Lydia P. (bill S. 2654) 2126. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Eennison, Ahram J. 

Bill for relief (see biU H. R. 11804). 
Eennoch, Dortha E, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 4661) . 
Kenny, Eliza 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11868). 
Kenosha, Wisconsin 

Joint resolution for improvement of harbor at (see H. Res. 

275). 
Report of Secretary of War on survey of harbor at (H. R. 
Doc. 164) 880. 

Kent, Lindley C. 

Bill for relief (see bUl S. 767). 
Kent, Susan 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11477). 
Kentucky 

Joint resolution for spjecial joint committee to consider 
propriety of establishing home for disabled volunteers in 
(sees. R. 224). 

Kenyon, Delos M, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 12018). 
Keppler, Louisa M, 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5166). 
Kerr, Winfleld S. (a Representative from Ohio) 
Attended 14. 
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 

Dayton, Ohio, Volunteer Soldiers' Home: to admit soldiers 

of war with Spain to (see bill H. R. 12044) 1687. 
Hetzman, (j^rge J: to pension (see bill H. K. 11105) 188. 
Mahan. P. H: to pension (see bill H. R. 11894) 898. 
Mott, Peter: to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 
11819) 1147. 



Kerr— Continued. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Parsch, Peter: to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 

11289) 269. 
Ryan, John: to pension (see bill H. R. 11895) 898. 
Snyder, Jesse: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11818) 

1147. 
Starr, J. M: for reUef (see biU H. R. 11699) 826. 
Super, Effie: to pension (see bill H. R. 11758) 954. 
Underbill, George C: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 

11700) 826. 
Wickham, Fred. C: to pension (see bill H. R. 11106) 188. 

Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Brighton, Ohio, Patrons of Husbandry: to increase Ameri- 
can shipi>ing 1057. 

Collins, Ohio, liethodist Episcopal Church: for temperance 
le^slation 1726. 

Elyria, Ohio, First Baptist Church: for temperance legisla- 
tion 1879. 

Elyria, Ohio, Methodist Episcopal Church: for temperance 
legislation 827. 

Elyria, Ohio, Second Congregational Church: for temper- 
ance legislation 2580. 

Elyria, Ohio, Woman^s Home Missionwry Society: against 
seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 1779. 

Fargo, Ohio, Wesleyan Methodist Church: against seating 
B. H. Roberts as Representative 1678. 

Harbough, G^rge W: to withdraw his papers 1116. 

Mansfield, Ohio, Woman's League: agamst seating B. H. 
Roberts as Representative 1889. 

Mount Vernon, Ohio, churches: for certain legislation 1201. 

Oberlin, Ohio, Woman's Christian Temperance Union: for 
certain legislation 821. 

Ohio, citizens of: for postal savings banks 1591. 

against seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 1879. 

-postmasters of: for increase of pay 827, 1442. 

Ohio Church of Christ: for teniperance legislation 2208. 

Peru, Ohio, Grand Army of Republic: against granting 
pension, to Confederates 898. 

Townsend, Ohio, Patrons of Husbandry: to increase Ameri- 
can shipping 1889. 

Remarks by, on 

Northway, Stephen A: death of 2079. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Invalid Pensions 

Adams, Martha (Report 2265) 2259. 

Atkinson, Richard (Report 1973) 1522. 

Barber, Charles H. (Report 1849) 1147. 

Berry, Millie A. (Report 2054) 1636. 

Chamberlin, Mary (Report 2158) 1968. 

Eakin, Catherine (Report 1919) 1521. 

Evans, Andrew S. (Report 1778) 825. 

Ford, William J. (Report 2150) 1963. 

Gowdy, William F. (Report 2247) 2259. 

Hager, J. K. (Report 2261) 2259. 

Holway, William J. (Report 2187) 1968. 

Humpton, Lewis E. (Report 2029) 1589. 

Kindig, Abram O. (Report 1848) 1147. 

Kizer, Sarah A. (Report 2162) 1963. 

Lindquist, John (Report 2272) 2260. 

Litzenberg. Elizabeth V. (Report 1775) 825. 

Mead, Elizabeth M. (Report 2244) 2259. 

Morse, Andrew, jr. (Report 2267) 2259. 

Neace, Jackson (Report 2127) 1962. 

Smith, 4iice (Report 1847) 1147. 

Walker, Ruth (Report 2266) 2259. 
Committee on Patents 

Lawson, Daniel T. (Report 2124) 1916. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Ketcham, John H. (a Representative from New York) 

Attended 14. 
Bills and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Coughlin, Catharine: to pension (see bill H. R. 11840) 1200. 

Johnson, Margaret A., and others: for relief (see bill H. R. 
11838) 857. 

Kingston, N. Y: to erect public building at (see bills H. R. 
12007, 12220) 1522, 2986. 

Letter carriers: to increase salary of substitute (see bill 
H. R. 11687) 826. 

Washington, D. C: to erect monument to soldiers and sail- 
ors in (see bill H. R. 11091) 188. 



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Petfthna and papers presented by, from 

Clinton Comers, N. Y., societies: for temperance legisla- 
tion 2425. 
Ellen ville, N. Y., Wonian*s Christian Temperance Union: 

for temperance legislation 184. 
Millbrook, N. Y., societies: for certain legislation 1475. 
New York, citizens of: against seating B. H. Roberts as 
Representative 1057, 1475, 2605. 2987. 

citizens of Kingston: for classincation of post-office 

clerks 1057. 

Votes of. See Yka-and-Nay Votes, 
Kettle Biver Valley Railway Company 

Bill to amend act granting right of way through Colville 

Indian Reservation (see bill S. 4965). 
Bill to grant right of way through Colville Indian Reser- 
vation (see biU S. 4966). 

Key West, Florida 

Amendment in Senate relative to constrnction of dry dock 
at 2859. 

Key West Naval Station 

Estimate of additional appropriation for (H. R. Doc. 102) 
896. 

Keyser, Esther A, 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 980). 
Kezer, Oliver L, 

Papers withdrawn in Honse 1292, 
KickaiKK) Reservation. See Indians. 
Kickapoos. See Indians. 
Kilbum, Russell M, 

Petition for relief 1294. 
Kilbum, W. A. 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill H. R. 9701). 
Killian, Catharine 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11067). 
Kindig, Ahram 0. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 10845). 
King, ^nn 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 950). 
King, Anna 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11778). 
King, William H, {a Representative from Utah) 

Attended 14. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Indian appropriation bill 277. 

War deficiency appropriation bill 83. 
Bi7/s and joint reso/utions introduced by 

Berry, Charles R: to pension (see bill H. R. 11290) 821. 

Utah: to refund moneys illegally collected in (see bill H. R. 
11041) 52. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Manti, Utah, First Presbyterian Church: for temperance 
legislation 822. 
Remarks by, on 

Great Falls of Potomac River 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123. 

War deficiency appropriation bill 78, 83, 84. 
¥otes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
King, William H. 

Bai for relief (see bill H. R. 314). 
Kingston, New York 

Bills to erect public building at (see bills H. R. 12007, 12220). 
Kinkead, Julia A, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11932). 
Kinnaird, R, M, 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11689). 
Kinsey, W, L, 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 11821). 
Kinyoun, Joseph J. 

Bill to allow him to accept foreigni decoration (see bill 
S.240). 



Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Beservation. See Indians. 
Kiowas. See Indians. 
Kirby, Charles K. 

Bill for relief (see biU S. 4748). 
Kirk, Elam 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 5869). 
Kirk, Hyland C, and others (assignees) 

Bill for relief (see biU S. 4255). 

Kirkpatrick, William S, (a Representative from Pennsylvania) 
Attended 14. 
Bi//s and joint reso/utions introduced by 

Bowman, Elizabeth: for relief (see b^ H. R. 12214) 2772. 
Davenport, Permelia M: to pension (see bill H. R. 12182) 2855. 
Sailer, John: for relief (see bill H. R. 11894) 1298. 
Wiloff, Susan M: to pension (see bill H. R. 11109) 188. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Calif omia Manufacturers and Producers* Association: rela- 
tive to proposed Pacific cable 1284. 

International Tsrpographical Union: for present system of 
ticket brokerage 1284. 

National Council American Mechanics: for Nicaragua 
Canal 1234. 

New York American Shipping and Industrial League: to 
increase American shipping 1324. 

New York Merchants' Association: for certain legislation 
2356. 

Pennsylvania, postmasters of: for increase of compensation 
2356. 

Pennsylvania churches and societies: for temperance legis- 
lation 1673. 

United States Evangelical Alliance: for certain legislation 



Remarlcs by, on 

Armor plate (Appendix 225). 
Navy appropriation bill (Appendix 225). 
Philippme Islands (Appendix 162). 
¥ote<i of. See Yba-and-Nay Votes. 
Kiskadden, William 

Bill to adjudicate claim of estate of (see bill S. 5444). 
Kitchin, William W, (a Representative from North Carolina) 
Attended 14. 
tiilis and joint resolutions introduced by 

Cape Hatteras, North Carolina: for light beacon at (see bill 

H. R. 11865) 1200. 
Johnson, Charles W: for relief (see bill H. R. 12016) 1522. 
Pamlico Sound, North Carolina: for light beacon at entrance 
of Cape Channel in (see bill H. R. 11864) 1199. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 
Johnston, Ledia: for relief 1523. 

North Carolina legislature: relative to light-houses 1201, 
Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization 1142, 1143. 
Durham, N. C, public building 2898. 2894, 2895. 
Ifotes of See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Kizer, Sarah A, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 10933). 
Klamath Reservation. See Indians. 
Kleberg, Rudolph (a Representative from Texas) 
Attended 14. 
Bt//$ and joint resdutions introduced by 

Aransas Harbor Terminal Railway CJompany: to allow to 
bridge C>>rpus Christi Channel (see bill H. R. 11796) 1056. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Texas, citizens of: for improvement of Aransas Pass 822, 
398. 
fiemarks by, on 

Corpus Christi Channel bridge 1850. 

Cranford, John W: death of. (Appendix 260.) 

Laredo, Tex., courts 2334. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on the Public Lands 

Greer County, Okla., lands (Report 2174) 2035. 

West Mountain incline railway (Report 2088) 1725» 
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Kline, Solomon 

Bin to increase pension (see bill S. 4233). 
Kloenne, Julius C 

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 2017). 
Knapp, John C. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 8952). 
Knapp, Mason 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B« 13049). 
Knappen, Edward S. 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. B. 11905). 
Knowlan, Stephen A, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. B. 4501). 
Knowles, Freeman (a RepreaetUaiive from South Dakota) 
Attended 14. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Legislative, execntiye, and judicial appropriation bill 483. 
Biils and joint resolutions introduced by 

Chicago, Sionx Falls and Pacific Railway Company: to al- 
low to bridge Missouri River (see bill H. R. 11180) 245. 
Deadwood, S. Dak: to erect public building at (see bill 

H. R. 12022) 1590. 
Robbins, Eber: to pension (see bill H. R. 10961) 17. 
Silver: to provide for coinage of ATnerican product (see bill 

R R. 11091) 826. 
Woodruff, Mary E. H: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 
11754) 954. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 
Houghton, Gfeorge L: for relief 2123. 
Pierre, S. Dak., churches: for temperance legislation 729. 
South Dakota, citizens of: for temperance legislation 134, 
729. 



citizens of Hutchinson County: for certain legislation 

2081. 

South Dakota legislature: for regimmtal post at Fort Meade 
881. 

for postal savings banks 1964. 

for enforcement of interstate-commerce act 1964. 

for pajrment of taxes on Indian allotments 1964. 

for regimental post at Port Meade 2080. 

Sturgis, S. usk.i Commercial Club: for Nicuagua Canal 
559. 
Remarks by, on 

Aberdeen^ S. Dak., public building 1623. 

Alaska criminal laws 418. 

Army reorganization 1054. 

Deadwood, S. Dak., assay office 483, 484. 

District of Columbia taxation 1869. 

Great Falls of Potomac River 126, 127. 

Labor legislation 418. 

Oacoma, S. Dak., bridge 852. 

Philipiane Islands 2474. 

Yankton, S. Dak., bridge 2669. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Pensions 

Rogers, Alexander (Report 1738) 633. 
Ifotes ot See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Knox, WiUiam S. (a Bepresentative from Massachusetts) 
Biiis and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Alaska: making farther provision for civil government for 
(see bill H. R. 11730) 953. 

Enapp, Mason: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 12049) 
1637. 

McGarry, Patrick: for relief (see bill H. R. 12171) 2260. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Committee on Territories: granting leave to sit during ses- 
sions of House 248. 

Hawaii: to make special order of bill to provide govern- 
ment for (House Res. No. 383) 1371. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

McGarry, Patrick: for relief 2261. 

Massachusetts, citizens of Wobum: for postal savings banks 
1148. 

Walsh, Daniel: for relief 2081. 
Remarks by, on 

Alaska civil government 2491. 

Alaska orimmal laws 383, 390, 891, 892. 895, 424, 427, 509, 
520, 521, 522, 551, 555, 583. 



Knox— Continued. 
Remarks by, on 

Alaska liquor law 588, 689. 
Anti-contract labor laws for Hawaii 1512, 1518. 
Hawaiian Islands navigation laws 948, 9^, 950. 
Lawrence, Mass., pul^c building 1619. 
Simiddns, John: death of 1232. 
Stamps on mort^^ages 1654. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Territories 
Government for Hawaii (Report 1808) 958. 
yotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

Bill to erect addition to public building at (see bill H. R. 

11094). 
Bill to establish military post at (see bill H. R. 11956). 

Eoogler, John H, 

Estimate of appropriation for payment of claim of (H. R. 
Doc. 68) 132. 

Eoonce, Frank D. 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. R. 12144). 
Eoontz, Samuel B, 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 4249). 
Kramer, Samuel 

Bill for reHef of estate (see bill S. 3187). 
Eretz, Herman 

Letter of Secretary of Treasury transmitting daim of 
(H. R. Doc. 175) 1056. 

Erupp Armor, ^ee Ordnance and Fortifications. 
Eugler, Lewis A, 

Papers referred in House 246. 
Eulp, Monroe H. {a Representative from Pennsylvania) 
Attended 14. 

Appointed on funeral committee 2529. 
Bills and joint resolutions mtroduced by 

Curry, John: for relief (see bill H. R. 11040) 58. 

Gannon* Thomas: increase pension (see bill H. R. 11808) 

1056. 
Hagenbuch, Isaiah: for relief (see bill H. R. 12146) 2122. 
McPherson, Milton: for relief (see bill H. R. 11240) 269. 
Magill, Robert D: for relief (see bill H. R. 11107) 133. 
Myers, Joseph W: for relief (see bill H. R. 11807) 1056. 
Skillman, Thomas R: for relief (see bill H. R. 11108) 133. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

American Association of Chewing Gum Manufacturers: 

against tax on chewing gum 184. 
American Humane Sociel^: for anti-vivisection leinslation 

1442. 
Baltimore, Md., Board of Trade: relative to reorganization 

of consular service 827. 
Berwick, Pa., churches: for temperance legislation 184. 
Chicago, ni. , Board of Trade: for improvement of river 1057. 
Cole, Jacob: for relief 559. . 

Derby, James M: against seating B. H. Roberts as Repre- 
sentative 2261. 
Dlnwiddie, Edwin C: for temperance legislation 2261. 
Erie, Pa., Picking Naval Garrison: relative to Navy per- 
sonnel bill 2261. 
Gannon, Thomas: for increase of pension 1201. 
Grand Army of Republic: for completion of Gettysburg 

National Military Park 28. 
Kentucky Equal Rights Association: for woman sufihrage 

322. 
Knapp, Henry F: for improvement of Great Lakes 2261. 
Knoxville, Tenn., Chamber of Commerce: for fast mail 

service 1442. 
Millville, Pa., Woman's Christian Temperance Union: for 

temperance le^slation 559. 
Mount Carmel, Pa., churches and societies: for temperance 

legislation 2261. 
Myers, Joseph W: for relief 1201, 2261. 
National Board of Trade: for certain legislation 559. 
National Paint and Varnish Association: for department of 

industry and conunerce 204. 
New York American Shipping and Industrial League: to / 

increase American shipping 1442. 
New York Merchants* Association: for certain legislation 

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P9lftkm9 atMfpapen pnsenied by, &om 

Pennsylvania, citizens of Philadelphia: against territorial 
expansion 1057. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Ancient Order of Hibernians: against 
alliance with England 827. 

Philadelphia, Pa., Grocers and Importers' Exchange: for 
restoration of ocean carr7ingtradennderAniericannag2d, 

Philadelphia, Pa., National Board of Trade: for certain leg- 
islation 827. 

Philadelphia, Pa., United American Mechanics: for Nica- 
ragua Canal 204. 

Piatt, Samuel T: for relief 827. 

Richmond, Ky., Woman Suffrage Association: for woman 
suffrage in Hawaii 559. 

St. Paul— U. S. S., meeting on: to increase American ship- 
ping 827. 

San Francisco, Cal., Manufacturers and Producers' Asso- 
ciation: for cable with Orient 827. 

Shamokin, Pa., Ministerial Association: against seating 
B. H. Roberts as Representative 2261. 

Sunbury, Pa., Railway Conductors: for anti-scalping ticket 
bill 28. 

United States, women of: for employment of women nurses 
in hospital service 1442. 

United States, missionary societies of: against sectarian ap- 
propriations 1442, 2772. 

United States Protestant missionary societies: against seat- 
ing B. H. Roberts as Representative 1201. 

Washington, D. C, Columbia Lodge: for extra pay to em- 
plojrees of navy-yard 204. 

Washington, D. C, Reform Bureau: relative to temperance 
legislation 559. 
rotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Kurfiss, William D. 

Bill to correct military record (see bill H. R. 8836). 
Kyle, Jamea H, (a Senator f rem South Daikota) 
Attended 1. 

Appointed conferee 899. 
Hmendments offered by, to 

Diplomatic and consular appropriation bill: Beirut, Syria, 
consulate 686. 

Indian appropriation bill 1444, 1558. 

Post-Office appropriation bill: clerk hire in third and fourth 
class post-offices 1238. 

River and harbor appropriation bill: Missouri River im- 
provement 1416. 
Bill9 and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Farr, Freeman H: to pension (see bill S. 5104) 402« 

Hall, Harry J: to pension (see bill S. 5562) 2207. 

Handlin, Michael: to pension (see bill S. 5103) 402. 

Labor Commission: to amend act for appointment of (see 
bill S. 5029) 286. 

Missouri River: to allow bridge across at Oacoma (see bill 
S. 5004) 167. 

" The American Workingmen :" for translation and publi- 
cation of (see S. R. 192) 29. 
(Hotiona and resoiutions offered by 

Eight-hour bill: to print hearings on 2359. 

Public works; to recommit bill to r^nilate hours of labor on 
408. 

Stenographer: for pajanent of 2087. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Aberdeen, S. Dak., Conmiercial Club: for certain legisla- 
tion 285. 

South Dakota, citizens of: for temperance legislation 731. 

South Dakota churches and societies: for certain l^dslation 
1841. 

South Dakota Dairy Association: to increase American 
shipping 1015. 

South Dakota legislature: for regimental post at Fort 
Meade 883. 

for ratification of treaty of peace 1830. 

for branch of National Home at Hot Springs 1830. 

for postal savings banks 1966. 

for paying of taxes on Indian allotments 1966. 

relative to interstate-commerce law 1966. 

Sturgis, S. Dak., Commercial Club: for Nicaragua Canal 

Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization 2562. 

Tndian appropriation bill 1558, 1559. 



Kyle— CoDtinued. 
Remarks by, on 

Oacoma, S. Dak., bridge 528, 584. 
Reports made by, from 
Committee on Education and Labor 

International Prison Commission (amendment) 685. 

Labor commission (bill S. 5029) 401. 

Labor on public works (bill H. R. 7389) 2085. 

United States Industrial Commission (amendment) 884, 
Committee on Pensions 

Bacon, Ira (Report 1848) 2535. 

Christopher, Mary B. (Repobt 1707) 2126, 

Easton, America (Report 1706) 2126. 

Jumper, Amanda F. (Report 1450) 526. 

Lewis, Henry H. (Report 1708) 2126. 

Long, Orin (Report 1847) 2535. 

Porter, James (Report 1705) 2126. 

Townsend, Justus (Report 1597) {omitted in Record). 

Yahne, John (Report 1596} {omitted in Record). 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Kyle, Letjois 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 4248). 
Kyler, W. H. 

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11786). 
Labor 

Bill to amend act for appointment of commission on labor, 
agriculture, and capital (see bill S. 5029). 

Bill limiting hours of labor on public works (see bill H. R. 
7389). 

Resolution in House to prevent manufacture of Government 
uniforms in sweat shops (House Res. No. 419), referred 
2424. 

Debate in House on labor legislation 416-423. 

Hearings before Committee on Education and Labor in Sen- 
ate on bill (H. R. 7389) limiting hours of labor on public 
works (S. Doc. 127) 2085, 2359, 2692. 

Memorial of legislature of Michigan for legislation limiting 
hours of labor on public works 1202. 

Memorial of legislature of Pennsylvania for legislation lim- 
iting hours of labor on public works 1880. 

lAcey, John F, {a Representative from louxi) 
Attended 14. 
Appointed conferee 2196. 
CfiMed to the chair 1713, 2016. 

Chairman Committee of Whole 266, 999, 1036, 1116, 1188. 
Amendments offered by, to 

Army: bill to re^ganize 1179. 
Navy appropriation bill 2010. 
Sundry civil appropriation biU 1807, 
5/7/9 and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Box, John M: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 11895) 1293. 

Forest reservations: to extingnish private claims and titles 

within limits of (see bill H. R. 11832) 1199. 

to regulate sale of timber on (see bill H. R. 11981) 

1474. 
Hux, Taylor: to pension (see bill H. R. 11820) 1147. 
Lee, Samuel: for relief (see bill H. R. 11588) 674. 
Morgan, William H: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 

11979) 1442. 
Northern Pacific Railroad Company: to extend time for 
completion of classification of lands in l^nd grant of (see 
billH. R. 11834) 1199. 
Oskaloosa. Iowa: to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 

11919) 1338. 
Public lands: to survey in certain cases (see bill H. R. 

11971) 1442. 
States: granting 5 per cent of land sales to (see bill H. R. 
11090) 133. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

Committee on Public Lands: to make special order of busi- 
ness from (House Res. No. 877) 1013. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

Box, J. M., for increase of pension 1293. 

Des Moines. Iowa, Commercial Exchange: relative to Port 

Arthur Canal 2171. 
Hux, John, for relief of heir 1148. 

Iowa, citizens of: for woman suffrage in Hawaii 1965, 2425, 
2772. 

for certain legislation 2856. 

against seatiz^ B. H. Roberts as Repreaentative 1726, 

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Lacey— Continued. 
Petitions and papers presented by, from 

lotva: citizens of Davis County: for service pension bill 559« 

citizens of Ottnmwa: for certain legislation 823. 

postmasters of Wapello County: for increase of com- 
pensation 1442. 

Iowa board of health: for national bureau of health 559. 

Iowa societies: against seating B. H. Roberts as Representa- 
tive 1591. 

Iowa State board of health: relative to publication of vital 
statistics 2937. 

Kellogg, Iowa, Young People's Christian Endeavor of 
Friends: against seating B. H. Roberts as Representative 
1965. 

Morgan, William H: for increase of pension 1442. 

Newton, Iowa, Political Equality Club: for woman suffrage 
in Hawaii 2356. 

New York Zoological Society: for certain legislation 559. 

Oakgrove, Iowa, Christian Endeavor Society: against seat- 
ing B. H. Roberts as Representative 1201. 
Remarks by, on 

Allan, Elam: pension to 875. 

Army reorganization 1179, 1182, 1283, 1805, 1307. 

Boulder, Colo., park lands 2334. 

Census 1510. 

Dingley, Nelson: death of 1772. 

District attorney's fees 1942, 1943. 

Extra pay at navy-yards 1759. 

Fourth Arkansas Mounted Infantry: relief of 318, 319. 

Game and son^ birds 317, 318, 628, 629. 

Incidental subjects 1994. 

Indemnity to Spain 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1953. 

Indian appropriation bill 282. 

International American Bank 239, 240, 241. 

Navy appropriation bill 2001, 2010. 

Pacific Cable Company 774. 

Pensacola and Northwestern Railroad Company 1851. 

Philippine Islands 2405, 2406. 

Post-Office appropriation bill 807, 808, 809, 812, 

Putnam, Albert: pension to 1720. 

Railroad land surveys 1850, 1897. 

Railroad right of way 1754. 

Saginaw Southern Railroad Company 270i 

Washington National Park 2663, 2667. 

Yellowstone National Park 2396. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on Public Lands 

Boulder, Colo., park lands (Report 2175) 2035. 

Northern Pacific Railroad land grant (Report 1898) 1441. 

Pensacola and Northwestern Railroad Company (Report 
2085) 1725. 

Public-land survey (Report 2086) 1725. 

Public-land sales (Report 1668) 165. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

La Count, WiUiam H. 

Bill for reUef (see bill H. R. 12143). 
Ladrone Islands 

Amendment in Senate to contract for transmission of official 
messages by electrical means to Guam Island in 1969, 2098. 
Message of President recommending construction of sub- 
marine cable to Guam in (S. Doc. 113) 1686, 1712. 

La Orange College {Alabama) 

Petition for relief 560. 
La Orange Synodical College {Tennessee) 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 5330). 
Lake Champlain 

Bills to allow Rutland-Canadian Railroad Company to 
bridge (see bills S. 5191; H. R. 11536). 

Lake Huron 

Bill for construction of light-house tender for service on 
(see bills. 5278). 

Lake Michigan 

Bill to establish wind-signal display stations at South Mani- 

tou Island in (see bill S. 1102). 
Bill for construction of light-house tender for service on 

(see bills. 5278). 
Amendment in Senate for appropriation for telegraph or 
telephone lines between Gleimaven, Mich., and South 
Manitou Island in 1883, 1968. I 



Lake Providence Beach, Louisiana 

Amendment in Senate for appropriation for extending re- 
vetment in 1640. 

Lake Schutte Cemetery Corporation. See Dunseith, North 
Dakota, 

Lake Superior 

Bill for construction of light-house tender for service on 
(see bill S. 5278). 

Lally, Patrick 

Bills to remove charge of desertion (see bills H. R. 11478. 
12099). 

Lamar, Charles 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 4052). 
Lamar, Stephen E,, and others 

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill S. 5413). 
Lamb, John {a Representative from Virginia) 
Attended 14. 
Bi//s and Joint resolutions introduced by 

Boston Molasses Company: for relief (see bill H. B. 11475) 

491. 
Bransford, John F: for relief (see bill H. R. 11009) 28. 
Confederate armies: for copying muster rolls of (see bill 

H.R. 11254) 284. 
Richmond, Va: to fix pay of collector of customs at (see bill 
H. R. 11138) 165. 

to extend national cemetery near (see bill H. R. 

11596) 674. 
Todd, William B: for relief of estate (see bill H. R. 11044) 

52. 
Virginia: to appoint clerk of district court for eastern dis* 
trict of (see bill H. R. 11160) 204. 
Motions and resolutions offered by 

War revenue bill: inquiry relative to receipts from tobacco, 
cigars, and snuff under retroactive clause of (House Res. 
No. 362) 490. 
Remarks by, on 

Army reorganization (Appendix 97). 
Clerks of district courts 1660, 1852. 
Freedman*s Savings and Trust Company 317« 
Semple, Letitia Tyler: pension to 1190. 
Ifotes of. See Yka-and-Nay Votes. 
Lamport, George H, 

Bill to increase pension (see bill S. 4845). 
Lamson, John H, 

Bill to amend military record (see bill S. 4970). 
Lanaux, David 

Bill for relief (see biU S. 5358). 
Land, F. A. 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 5084). 
Land Entries. See Public Lands. 
Land Grants. See Railroads. 
Land Office. See General Land Office. 
Land Warrants. See Military Bounty Lands. 
Landis, Charles B, (a Representative from Indiana) 
Attended 14. 
i-etitions and papers presented by, from 

Frankfort, Ind. . Christian Endeavor Society: for temperance 

le/arislation 1148. 
Indiana, citizens of: for temperance legislation 1014, 1148. 

for postal savings banks 1412. 

citizens of Camden: against seating B. H. Roberts as 

Representative 2123. 
Remarks by, on 

Army nurses 1517. 
Army reorganization 1286. 
Johnson, Mr: remarks of 1280, 1290. 
Philippine Islands 2323, 2324. 
Votes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 
Lane, Fletcher 

Bill for reUef of estate (see bill S. 5117). 
Lane, Henry 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 658). 



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Lanliam, Samuel W. T, (a Representative from Texas) 
Attended 14. 
Appointed director of Colnmbia Institntion for Deaf and 

Dnmb 1885. 
Appointed on committee to wait on President 2980, 
Appointed on funeral committee 2880. 
Pet/tions and papers presented by, from 

Texas, citizens of Glen Rose: for temperance legislation 
955. 

• citizens of Payne: for postal savings banks 1057. 

Remarks by, on 

Alaska criminal laws 424. 

Army reorganization 994. 

State war expenses 2112. 
Reports made by, from 

Committee on the Judiciary 
Clerks of district conrts (Bbpoet 2019) 1589. 
Fees of commissioners (Report 2199) 2169. 
Texas northern judicial district (Report 1765) 727. 
yotes of. See Yea-and-Nay Votes. 

Lankford, William I. 

Bill for relief (see biU H. B. 11705). 
Lannan, Michael 

Bill to pension (see bill S. 1619). 
Lanson, F. R. 

Bill for relief (see bUl H. R. 1005). 
Laredo, Texas 

Bill to erect public buildinfi^ at (see bill H. R. 2587). 

Bill to regulate holding United States courts at (see bill 
H. R. 5497). 

Larkin, Thomas B. 

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 11898). 
Larman, John Q. 

Letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to claim of (H. R. 
Doc. 258) 2529. 

Larson, Carl P. 

Papers referred in House 1726. 

Lasher, Abram 

Resolution in House to refer claim to Court of (claims, 
passed 1504. 

Latham, James H. 

Bill for relief (see bill S. 4548). 

Latimer, Anbury C. (a Representative from South Carolina) 
Attended 14. 
B/7/s and Joint resolutions introduced by 

District of Columbia: to extend New Hampshire avenue in 
(seebiUH.R. 11161)201. 
Petitions and papers prese