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305 A bill granting a pension to Mrs. Rebecca C.

Maxwell, widow of the late Colonel 0 C
Maxwell. One hundred and ninety-fourth

Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
A bill to increase the pension of Robert Cary, of

Ohio, to $50 per month.
307 A bill to repeal the third section of the act enti-

tled "An act to provide for the resumption of

specie payments."
308 A bill for the relief of Joseph Bratton, of Brown

1 County, Ohio.
309 A bill for the relief of Andrew F. Higgins, of

Brown County, Ohio.
310 | A bill authorizing the adjudication and payment

of certain claims upon the fund created by
section 15 of chapter 459 of the laws of the

Forty-third Congress.
311 | A bill to amend sections 3513, 3520, and 3586 of

the Revised Statutes of the United States; to
repeal section 2 of joint resolution No. 17,
passed July 22, 1876, and to restore the legal-

tender qualities of the silver dollar.
312 A bill for the relief of F. W. Ruggles
313 A bill to provide for the better care and protec-

tion of quartermasters' supplies.
A bill to confirm the term, for the period of sev.

enteen years from the date of its original grant,
of the patent of Thomas A. Weston.
A bill for the relief of John H. Joney and Thomas

D. Harris.
316 A bill to carry into effect the tenth article of the

treaty with the Pottawatomie Indians of Feb-

ruary 27, 1867.
317 TA bill to make certain payments to the Potta.

watomie Indians.
3181 A bill to repeal sections 4924, 4925, 4926, 4927,

and 4928 of the Revised Statutes of the United

States.
319 ! A bill for the relief of A.Gates Lee, of McCracken

County, Kentucky.
320 A bill for the relief of Leroy D. Sutton .....

A bill for the relief of R. C. Smith, of McCracken

County, Kentucky.
322 A bill for the relief of the heirs of Aleck Vance,

deceased.
323 A bill granting a pension to Carlisle Bridges, of

McCracken County, Keptucky.
A bill to permit the growers of tobacco to sell

one thousand dollars' worth of their own

growth without a license so to do.
325 A bill to amend section 3369 of the Revised Stat.

utes of the United States.
A bill for the relief of the minors of John C. Rob-

inson.
327 A bill to repeal so much of the sixth clause of

section 3244 of the Revised Statutes of the
United States as prohibits farmers and plant-
ers from selling leaf tobacco at retail directly
to consumers without the payment of a special

tax
28 A bill for the relief of L, M. Northcutt, of the

county of Kenton, State of Kentucky.
329 A bill granting pensions to certain soldiers and

sailors of the Mexican, Florida, and the Black
Hawk wars, and certain widows of deceased

soldiers and sailors of the same.
330 A bill for the benefit of Alderson T. Keene, late

first lieutenant of Company E, First Ken.
tucky Cavalry.
A bill for the benefit of W. R. Boice, of Dan.

ville, Kentucky.
A bill for the relief of Archibald B. Rue........
A bill for the relief of George Trupnall, ot Hari

rodsburg, Kentucky.
A bill for the benefit of the Madison Female

Academy, located at Richmond, Kentucky.

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335 A bill for the benefit of the Christian Church in

Danville, Kentucky.
336 A bill for the benefit of Major John A. Morrison,

of Russell County, Kentucky.
337 A bill for the berefit of the trustees of the Bap-

tist Church of Crab Orchard, Kentucky.
A bill for the benefit of W. F. Goggin, of Pu-

laski County, Kentucky.
A bill for the relief of John S. Boswell, of An-

derson County, Kentucky.
A bill for the benefit of Ebsworth Owsley's ad-

ministrator.
341 A bill for the relief of E. B. Hand, postmaster

at Harrodsburg, Kentucky.
342 A bill for the relief of John Witherspoon and

James Suffell, of Kentucky.
343 A bill for the relief of Bidow & Wilson, of Dan-

ville, Kentucky.

A bill to repeal the bankrupt-law............
345 A bill to give the State of Kentucky concurrent

jurisdiction with the United States courts on
the government grounds near Harrodsburg,
Kentucky.
A bill to permit the growers of tobacco to sell to

consumers $500 worth of their own growth
without a license so to do.
A bill granting pensions to certain soldiers and
pailors of the Mexican, Florida, and the Black
Hawk wars, and certain widows of deceased

Roldiers and sailors of the same.
A bill to repeal the third section of the resump-

tion act.
349 A bill fixing the compensation, &c., of United

States attorneys.
A bill fixing the fees of clerks of United States

district and circuit courts.
351 A bill fixing the compensation of United States

marshals and deputies.
352 A bill for the relief of James P. Carroll.....

A bill to regulate commerce among the States...
354 | A bill for the relief of Brannin, Summers & Co.,

of Louisville, Kentucky.
355 A bill to modify the tax upon tobacco...........

A bill directing method of annual estimates of

expenditures to be submitted from Navy De-

partment,
357A bill to amend the third section of the act of

Congress approved March 12, 1863, entitled
"An act to provide for the collection of aban-
doned property and for the prevention of
frauds in insurrectionary districts within the

United States."
358 A bill to provide for pensions to soldiers of the

war with Mexico and of the Seminole war of

1836, &c.
359 A bill to extend the provisions of the act of Con

gress approved February 14, 1871, granting
pensiony to certain soldiers and sailors of the

war of 1812.

A bill for the relief of the State of Tennessee...
361 A bill to pay certain persons therein specified

for horses illegally taken from them by officers

of the United States.
362 A bill for the relief of William Park, of Ten-

nessee.
A bill for the relief of Henry S. French, of

Nashville, Tennessee.
364 A bill for the relief of Walter Akin, administra.

tor of James Akin, vf Maury County, Ten-

nessee.
365 A bill for the relief of Carey Gilbert, of Giles

County, Tennessee.
366 A bill for the relief of A. J. Reed of Giles

County, Tennessee.
367 A bill for the relief of John E. Tulloss, of Wil-

liamson County, Tennessee.

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A bill granting a pension to James B. Tread.
well, major of the Eighty-fifth Regiment Penn.

sylvania Volunteers,
369 A bill providing for the free coinage of silver

dollars, and for making the same & legal

tender.
A bili to repeal the act of January 14, 18

the resumption of specie payments.
A bill for the relief of J. W. Burbridge & Co.

and Robert H. Montgomery.
372 A bill for the relief of Mrs. Martha A. Stevens..

A bill for the relief of Ann P. James, of Ten-

nessee,
A bill for the relief of Asa Faulkner and others,

of Tennessee.
A bill to pension the surviving officers and en-

listed men of the Black Hawk, Seminole,

Florida, and Mexican wars, and their widows.
A bill for the payment of the officers and sol.

diers of the Mexican war of the three months
extra pay provided for by the act of July 19,

1848.
377 A bill for the payment of duties ou imports in

legal-tender notes or coin at the option of the

importer.
378 | A bill to repeal section 3412 of the Revised

Statutes, which imposes a tax of 10 per cent.
upon the circulation of State banks and State

banking associations.
379 A bill appropriating $125,000 for the improve.

ment of the navigation of the Cumberland
River from Nashville, Tennessee, to the Cin.
cinnati and Chattanooga Railroad.
bill appropriating $25,000 for the improve
ment of the navigation of Caney Fork and
Obey's Rivers, tributaries of the Cumberland

River,
A bill to reduce the tax on distilled spirits to

fifty cents on each proof-gallon.
A bill for the repeal of the restrictions upon the

sale of tobacco in the leaf by the producers

thereof.
A bill for the relief of J. D. Bond & Brother, of

Wilson County, Tennessee.
384 A bill granting a pension to Mary E. Campbell..
385 | A bill for the relief of George W. Twidwell, of

1 Smith County, Tennessee.
A bill for the relief of Thomas White, of Maury

County, Tennessee.
A bill for the relief of William Truett, late of
Company H, Fifth Tennessee Cavalry, United

States Voiunteers.
A bill for the relief of William Roylston, late

private Company D, First Regiment Tenneg.

see Light Artillery.
389 A bill to equalize the bounties of soldiers who

served in the late war for the Union.
390 A bill making appropriations to improve the

navigation of tributary streams of the Tennes-

see River,
! A bill for the relief of Hardin Scaggs, of May.

nardville, Tennessee, for supplies furnished

the Federal Army during the late rebellion.
392 A bill for the relief of Mrs. Mary D. Williams,

widow of W. W. Williams, late a private in

Company B Second Tennessee Infantry.
393 A bill for the relief of Luther M. Blackman.....
394 A bill granting a pension to the heirs of Horace

1 A. Chambers.
395 A bill for the relief of William A. Rucker, late

second lieutenant Company B, Third Regiment

North Carolina Volunteers.
396 A bill for the relief of George W. Dice ........
397 | A bill to improve the navigation of the Tennes-

see River

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A bill authorizing the sale of leaf-tobacco in

limited quantities.
399 | A bill to repeal the first and third sections of the

resumption-law.
A bill to make an appropriation for continuing

the improvement of the Cumberland River.
A bill to allow producers of leaf-tobacco to sell !

the same by retail to consumers free of tax.
A bill for the relief of Duncan Marr, of Mont-

gomery County, Tennessee.
A bill to continue the work on the Tennessee

River at Muscle Shoals.
A bill to continue the improvement on the Hia.

wassee River.
A bill fixing exemptions on judgments in favor

of the United States.
A bill repealing the tax on tobacco in the hands

of the producer.
Abfll granting a pension to James P. Thompson,

of McMinnville, Tennessee.
A bill granting & pension to Moses Cunningham,

of McMinn County. Tennessee.
A bill for the relief of James Clift, late captain

Fifth Tennessee Cavalry.
A bill to compensate State and county officers

for services rendered under writs of habeas

eorpus from United States courts.
411 | A bill to establish a district and circuit court at

Chattanooga, Tennessee.
412 A bill to reduce the expense of collecting cus.

toms.
413 | A bill for the relief of distilleries of small capacity

A bill for the relief of William S. Burgers and

others, of Tennessee.
A bill for the relief of J. M. Bragg and others, of
1 Tennessee.
A bill for the relief of J.J. Cummings, of Ten-

nessee.
A bill for the relief of H. L. and J. M. Carrick,

of Tennessee.
A bill for the relief of B. P. Martin, of Tennessee
A bill for the relief of Smith J. Walling, of

Tennessee.
A bill to refund to Asa Faulkner, of Tennessee,

the proceeds of cotton seized by the United

States Army.
A bill to pay Alexander Kelly, of Marion County,

Tennessee, for services on a military commis.

sion.
1 A bill for the relief of James W. Eastwood's es.

tate, of Warren County, Tennessee.
A bill for the relief of William Bullard, of De

Kalb County, Tennessee, late private Com-
pany F, Fourth Regiment Mounted Infantry

Volunteers.
424 A bill to incorporate the Barataria Ship Canal

Company.
A bill for the relief of Edward T. Freeman, of

Memphis, Tennessee.
A bill for the relief of Jessie J. Busby, of Mem-

phis, Tennessee.
A bill for the relief of Mrs. Julia Elliott, widow

and administratrix of Newell D. Elliott, de-
ceased, late of the city of Memphis, in the
State of Tennessee,
A bill to provide for refunding internal-revenue

tax illegally collected.
A bill for the relief of Mrs. Mary P. Bradford,

of Shelby County, Tennessee.
A bill for the relief of John Clinton, postmaster

at Brownsville, Tennessee.
A bill to provide for the holding of terms of the

district and circuit courts of the United States
at Fort Wayne, Indiana.
A bill for the relief of Jethro M. Boyd, of In-

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A bill to reimburse the States for expenses in.

curred in the late rebellion.
A bill for the relief of Arthur W. Gray, a sur.

geon in the Twenty-fourth Regiment of Indiana

Volunteer Infantry i, the late rebellion.
A bill providing for the withdrawal of the na-

tional-bank currency and the issuing of five
hundred millions of non-interest-bearing Treag.
ury notes to supply the place of said national-
bank currency, and making said Treasury
notes a legal tender for all sums, public and pri.
vate, except when by the terms of the contract
it is expressly provided otherwise, and repeal.
ing the third section of the act of Congress en.
titled "An act to provide for the resumption
of specie payments," approved January 14,
1875; and providing for coinage of gold and
silver bullion, and fixing the standard thereof,
and making all silver coin of the same standard

a legal tender.
436 A bill granting a pension to Adam Stinson....
437 A bill to repeal section 3229 of the Revised Stat.

utes of the United States.
A bill to repeal the act for the resumption of spe-

cie payments.
A bill granting a pension to Jonathan R. Tilman.

| A bill to repeal the bankrupt-law ........
441 A bill to establish the southern district of In-

diana, and to provide for the holding of circuit

and district courts therein.
| A bill to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury

to purchase silver bullion, and cause the same
to be coined, as well as the silver bullion of
citizens of the United States, into silver dol.
lars; and making said silver dollars when
coined a full legal tender for all debts, public
and private, within the United States, includ-
ing duties on imports and interest on the pub.
lic debt, excepting obligations heretofore en.
tered into and made payable in gold, such obli-
gations last named to be paid in gold; and
repealing all acts and parts of acts inconsistent

harewith.
443 | A bill to provide the mode for the election of

certain officers of the United States, and to

prevent frauds in much elections.
444 A bill to fix the legal rate of interest on national

money throughout the United States at not
exceeding six per cent. per annum, and affix.

ing penalties for its violation.
445 A bill to equalize the bounties of soldiers who

served in the late war for the Union.
446 A bill authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury

to reissue all United States notes commonly
called greenback, which have been redeemed
under the act known as the resumption act,

and pay them out on the public debt.
A bill to authorize and equip an expedition to

the Arctic Seas.
A bill for the relief of William J. Alexander, of

| Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana
449 | A bill for the relief of Colonel Bernard F. Mul.

len, of Terre Haute, Indiana.
A bill for the relief of John F. Sutherlin & Bro.,

1 of Parke County, Indiana.
451 | A bill for the relief of Alvin B. Casebeer, of Ver.

million County, Indiana.
TA bill to provide for the coining of standard sil-

ver dollars, to make the same a legal tender,
and to authorize the Secretary of the Treas.
ury to issue notes of the United States, redeem.
Able in silver coin, to depositors of silver bul.

lion, and to provide for coining the same.
453 | A bill to limit the liability to actions for damages

of purchasers of articles whose manufacture
and sale infringe a patent.

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