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stead laws— [By Mr. Orr.]
ref(irred« 69 ; reported and passed, 2102 ;
pflued Senate, 2209; enrolled, 2888;
anroved, 8165.
bill (H. R. No. 698) to incorporate die Great
Salt Lake ana Colorado River Railway
Company and to aid in the construction
of its road, and for purpose ofaecnriogy
along the line of said road to actual set-
tlers at $2 60 per acre, and id quantities
not exceeding one hundred and sixty
acres to each settler — [By Mr. Dnnnell.J
referred, 59 : substitute reported, 2187 :
(see bill H. B. No. 2199.)



Public lands— Co7»<inue(2.
bill (H. R. No. 597) for the relief of actual
settlers upon certain, in the Territory
of Colorado— [By Mr. ChaflEee.]

referred, 59; referred anew, 709.
bill (H. R. No. 615) granting, to aid in the
reclamation of desert lands in the Ter-
ritory of Utah— [By Mr. Hooper, of
Utah.]

referred, 101.
bill (E. R. No. 616) to incorporate the Bear
Kiver and Cache Valley Canal Company,
and for a grant of, to aid in the construc-
tion of a canal for irrigation and other
purposes in the Territories of Utah and
Idaho— [By Mr. Hooper, of Utah.]

referred, 101.
bill (H. R. No. 617) to incorporate theWeber
Kiver and Kay's Creek Canal Company,
and for a grant of, to aid in the construo-
tion of a canal* for irrigation and other
purposes in the Territory of Utah — [By
Mr. Hooper of Utah.]

referred, 101.
bill (H. R. No. 618) granting, to aid in the
reclamation of desert lanas in the Ter-
ritory of Utah — [By Mr. Hooper, of
Utah.]

referred, 101.
bill (H. R. No. 685^ granting, in the States
of Alabama ana Mississippi to the Deca-
tur and Aberdeen Railroad Company,
to aid in the construction of a railroad
to be built from Decatur, Alabama, to
Aberdeen, Mississippi-— [By Mr. Sloss.]

referred, 196.
bill (H. R. No. 679) to repeal an act, ap-
proved 21st June, 1866, restricting the
sale of^ in Alabama. Mississippi, Louis-
iana, Arkansas, and Florida — [By Mr.
Dox.]

referred, 196.
bill (H. R. No. 707) to secure the, to actual
settlers under the provisions of the
homestead and preemption laws — [By
Mr. Hoi man.]

referred, 197.
bill (H. R. No. 718) granting certain swamp,
in Holt county, Missouri, to said Holt
county for school purposes — [By Mr.
Parker, of MissourL J

referred, 197.
bill (H. R. No. 724) for the relief of certain
purchasers of the, under the graduation
act of Aufl;ust 4, 1864— [By Mr. McCor-
mick. of Missouri.]

referred, 198.
bill (H. R. No. 788) setting apart and reserv-
ing, for the purpose of establishing and
maintaining a national university — [By
Mr. McCrary.]

referred, 198.
bill (H. R. No. 764) to grant the right of
preemption to coal lands on the, in the
r%cific States and Territories — [By Mr.
Houghton.]

referreo, 199 ; referred anew, 582.
bill (H. R. No. 756} extending the time for
the selection of swamp and overflowed,
in Oregon under the act of Congress
approved March 12, 1860— [By Mr.
Slater.]

referred, 199; reported, 8666.
bill (H. R. No. 764) to set apart a certain
tract of, lying near the headwaters of
the Yellowstone river as a pnblio
park- [By Mr. Clagett.]

referred, 199.
bill (H. R. No. 770) to enable honorably
discharged soldiers and sailors, their
widows and children, to acquire home-
steads on the, of the Uni^ Statesh—



[By Mr. Sessions.] «
eferred, 20~



reterred, 200.
bill (H. R. No. 802) to establish an edu-
cational fund and 'to apply the pro-
ceeds of the, to the education of the peo-
ple— [By Mr. Peroe.]
referred, 801.



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public lands — Continued.
bill (U. U. No. 823) to authorize the sor-
Tey and sale of, reclaimed by the
drainage of Bf^aver lake in the Slate
of Indiana — [By Mr. Tjner.]
referred, 802.
bill (H. R. No. 824) to prevent farther sale
of the, fit for tillage - [By Mr. Tyner.]
referred, 802.
bill (£1. H. No. 844) to provide for the sale
of swamp or overflowed, not otherwise
disposed of— [By Mr. Wells,]
referred, 803.
bill (H. li. No. 858^ granting the right
of w«y to the Missouri Railroad Com-



paoy— I
referred



-[By Mr.
,808.



McCrary.]



bill (H. U. No. 868) granting to the State of
Wisconsin the islands in the Wisconsin
river — [By Mr. Barber. ]
referred, 808.

bill (H. R. No. 8C4) to extend the time of
payment for their, by persons holtiing
preemptions on the, in Minnesota, Wis-
consin, and Micbiean, add Territory of
Dakota— [By Mr. Dunnell.]
referred, 808; reported, 1128; passed,
1124; passed Senate with amendment,
2401; concurred in, 2897; enrolled,
2998; approved, 8802.

bill (U. U. No. 877) relating to accretions
in the. States and Territories — [By Mr.
Chipman.l
referred, 804.

bill (U. K. No. 956) granting, in the States
of Alabama and Mississippi to the Co-
lumbus, Fayette, and Decatur Railroad
Company, to aid in the construction of
a railroad to be built from Columbus,
Missir'sippi, to Decatar, Alabama — {By
Mr. Slo8S.]
referred, 898.

bill (U. U. No. 1000) granting, to aid in the
construction of the St. James and Little
Ruck railroad— [By Mr. McCormick, of
Missouri ]
referred, 895.

bill (H. H. No. 1005) grantini: the right of
way through the, of the United States
ill Arkansas to-ihe Misi^ouri, Arkansas,
and Louisiana Railroad and Telegraph
Compao}— [By Mr. Hanks.]
referred, 895.

bill (B. R. No. 1020) to dedicate agricul-
tural, in California to homestead and pre-
emption purposes — IBy Mr. Sargent.]
referrtd, 895.

bill (H. R. No. 1021) for the relief of
pigemption settlers in California on
the— [By Mr. Sargent.]
referred, 895; read, 1U78 ; committee
discbarged and bill passed, 1214 ; passed
SenutH, 1689 ; enrolled, 1722.

bill (n. R. No. 1022) for the relief of
aged or infirm preemption settlers on
the— [By Mr. Sargent.]
referred, 895 : reported and passed, 2276.

bill (B. R. No. 1028) authorizing joint entry
by preemption settlers— [By Mr. Sar-
gent.!
referred, 805.

bill (H. R. No. 1082) withdrawing a certain
tract of, from entry and sale in Colo-
rado Territory— [By Mr. Chaffee.]
ref»5rred, 896.

lill (H. R. No. 1048) to establish an edu-
cational fund, and to apply the pro-
ceeds of the, to the education of the
people— [By Mr. Perce.]
reported and recommitted, 896 ; reported,
585; discusHed, 5;}5, 564, 591 ; set fo|^
morning hour, 691 ; printed, 778 ; sub-
ftitu e printed, 777; dl-^cussed, 788,
791. (ameixHnent, 802,) 850, 881, 888,
902; passed, 908; remarks, 948.

bill (B. R. No. 1128) granting certain, to
James F. Smart and Charles rat-
ton— [By Mr. Ambler.]
referred, 498.



Public lands — Continued,
bill (B. R. No. 1188) to secure the, to actual
settlers — [By Mr. Hawley.]
referred, 499.
bill (H. R. No. 1148) to confirm entries of,
therein named — [By Mr. Hanks.]
referred, 499.
bill(H. R.No. 1158) granting the right of way
through the, to the Utah and Northern
Railroad Company — [By Mr. Palmer.]
referred, 500 ; reported and passed, 8527.
bill (B. R. No. 1168) to aid in the construc-
tion of the Sprinfftield and Dakota
Central railroad — [dj Mr. Dunnell.]
referred, 500.
bill (H. R. No. 1175) granting the right of
way over the, and confirming corporate
powers to certain railroad companies
incorporated under the laws of the Ter-
ritory of Colorado — [By Mr. Chaffee.]
referred, 500.
biU (H. R. No. 1178} to ^nt the right
of way to the Laramie Water and
Ditch Companj^ over, in Albany county,
Wyoming Territory — IBy Mr. Jon«s.]
referred, 500; reported and passed, 2951.
questions relating to, discussed in Commit-
tee of the Whole by—

Mr. Coghlan « 658

Mr. Dunnell 808

Mr. Orr.; 1912

Mr. Slater 657

bill (H. R. No. 1247) toreviveandcooiiuue
in force section seven of an act ap-
proved March 8, 1857, making a grant
of, to the Territory of Minnesota, in
alternate sect'ons, to aid in the con-
struction of certain railroads in said
Territory, and granting, to the State of
Alabama to aid in the construction of
a certain railroad — [By Mr. Mclntyre.]
referred, 680.
bill (H. R. No. 1252) granting, in the States
of Alabama ana Georgia to the Mem-
phis Branch Railroad Company, to aid
in the building of a railroad from Deca-
tur, Alabama, to Rome, Georgia — [By
Mr. Sloss.]
referred, 680.
bill (H. R. No 1257) to utilise burned timber
on the, in the States of Michinin and
Minnesota — [By Mr. Stevenson. J
referred, 681.
bill (H. li. No. 1267) to equalize the distribu-
tion of the, and to provide a system of
frea schools and public education for all
the children in the respective States and
. Territories— [By Mr. GoUaday.]
referred, 681.
bill (Q. R. No. 1292) granting the right of
way to the Dakota Southern Railway
Company — [By Mr. Orr.]
referred, 682.
bill (H. R. No. 1297) amendatory of an act
donating, to the several States and Ter-
ritories which may provide colleges for
the benefit of agriculture and mechanic
arts, passed July 2, 1862, and acts
amendatory thereto — [B? Mr. Slater.]
referred, 682 ; reported and passed, 1508 ;
passed Senate with amendments, 8568;
concurred in, 8778 ; enrolled, 8878.
bill (H. R. No. 1802) granUng right of way
through the, to Utah Southern Railroad
Company — [By Mr. Hooper, of Utah.]
referred, 682.
bill (fi. R. No. 187) granting, to aid in the
construction ox a railroad and£1egraph
line from Great Salt Lake to^rUand,
Oregon— [By Mr. Slater.]
substirute reported and recommitted, 698.
bill (H. R. No. 1868) to provide for the set-
tlement of the^ to encourage industry,
create school lund, to educate and ele-
vate the condition of ouV laboring popu-
lation, and to increase the productive
resources of the United States — [By
Mr. Perce.]
referred, 829.



Public lands — Continued.
bill (H. R. No. 1861) to relieve hmooent
purchasers of, entered in accordance
with an act of Congress approved August
4,1854. in Alabama— [By Mr. Haadiey.]
referred, 829.
bill (H. R. No. 1877) to repeal an act for '
the survey of grants or claims of, ap-
proved June 2, 1862— [By Mr. Wells.]
referred, 880.
bill (B. R. No. 1452) granting, in theSUtes
of Alabama and Georgia 10 the Alabama
and Georgia Itailroad Company to aid
in building a railroad from Dt-catur,
Alabama, to Rome, Georgit-*[By Mr.
Sloss.]
referred, 969.
bill (H. R. No. 1456) granting ri^ht of way
through the — [By Mr. Morphu.]
referred, 970.
bill (H. R. No. 1491) granting right of way
through the, to Green Bay and Superior
Railway Company— [By Mr. Sawyer.]
referred, 971.
bill (H. R. No. 1505)dec]aratory of the con-
struction of an act approved September
28, 1850, to enable the State of Arkansas
and other States to reclaim the swump,
within their limits — [By Mr. Kendall.]
referred, 971.
bill (B. R. No. 1506] to adopt Carl C. P.
Meyer's patent nre- proof section cor-
ner in all future surveys of the— [By
Mr. Armstrong.]
referred, 971.
bill (H. R. No. 1508) granting to the Den-
ver, Laramie, and Iron Mountain iUil-
road and Telegraph Company tbe right
of way through tne, for the construc-
tion of a railroad and telegraph line —
[By Mr. Jones.]
referred, 971.
bill (H. R. No« 1510) granting the right of
way through the, to the Cheyenne, Iron
Mountain, and Helena Railroad Com-
pany— [By Mr. Jones.]
referred, 971.
bill (H. R. No. 1508) to encourage tbe sink-
ing of artesian wells upon, in the State
ot Nevada— [Bjr Mr. Kendall.]
referred, 971 ; referred anew, 1078.
bill ( Q. R. No. 1558) relating to tbe Pacific
liailroad Company — [By Mr. WheeleR.]
reported and recommitted, 1089; re-
ported, 1428: disonRsed, 1428, 1429,
1465, 1612, 1516, 151T, 1607, 1609;
recommit<ed, 1609; motion to recon-
sider, 1610; discussed. 1611, 2691, 2786,
2737,2788; pHssed. 2739; ezplanaiiun,
2782,2795,2817.2847.
bill (H. U. No. 1577) to grant to the State
of Virginia, to assist her in paying her
public debt— [By Mr. Hams, of 7ii^

Jpnia.]
erred, 1114.
bill (U. R. No. 1626) to eonfirm certain
entries of, therein named— [B^ Mr.
Boles.]
referred, 1115; reported and passe'), 8529.
bill (H. R. No. 1665) to enable honorably
discharged soldierv and sailors, Iheir
widows and orphan children, to acquire
homesteads on tbe, of the United
Sutes— [By Mr. Cobum.]
reported and recommitted, 1166: re-
ported, 1222, 8168 ; dieoussed, 8168,
8280, 8978 ; read, 4425.
bill (S. No* 528) to continue in force a grant
to Nevada ibr college purposes,
received from Senate, 1188 ; passed, 1400 ;
enrolled, 1471.
biU (U. R. No. 1672) granting to the Daven-
port and St. Paul Railroad Company
the right of way through the — [By Mr.
Cotton]
referred, 1189 ; reported and passed, 1646;
passed the Senate with i«mendmeiit,
8462; read, 8687 ; concurred in, 8748 ;
enrolled, 8878.



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Poblic ]BXid9^CorUinHed,

bill (U. R. No. 1677) to provide for tlie
moro efficient ^dmiDistration of the
la ITS relaiinj^to — [By Mr. Ketcham.]
referred, 1210; reported, 2104; recom-
mitted, 2105.

bill (H. R. No. 1678) to prohibit certain per-
sons from entering — [By Mr. Ketcham.]
referred, 1210.

bill (H. U. No. 1711) to authorize the cir-
enit court of the United States to adju-
dicate upon the validity of patents or
to restraia the issue of patents for, in
certain cases — [By Mr. Eerr.]
referred, 1212.

bill (H. U. No. 1712) to authorize the
supreme court of the District of Colum-
bia to adjudicate upon any claim for
patents for, and to restrain the issue
of patents in certain case^[ By Mr.
Kerr.]
referred, 1212 ; reported and recommitted,
1244.

bill (H. R. No. 1728) quieting doubts in
relation to the validity of a certain
location of. in the Stale of Missouri by
virtue of New Madrid certi6cate No.
888, to John B. Thibault or his legal
representatiTes, under the act of Con-
ness of February 17, 1816— [By Mr.

referred* 1212.
bill (U. R. No. 1782) to extend the time
for proof and payment on nre^mption
claims upon the — [By Mr. Taffe.]
referred, 1212.
bill (U. R. No. 1788) granting to the Utah
Southern Railroad Company a right of
way through the, for the construciion
of a railroad and telegraph line — [By
Mr. Uot^ppr, of Utah. J
referred, 1212.
bill (B. R. No. 1756) to provide for the dis-
posal uf the, and to secure homesteads
to MCiual settlers in Arkansas — [By Mr.
Snyder.]
referred, 1214.
bill {H. R. No. 1767) granting, to aid in the
construction of a railroad and telegraph
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line from Great Salt Lake to Portland,
Oregon— [By Mr. Slaiei '
reported and recommitted;



Oregon— [By Mr. Slater.]
reported and recommitted, l^z.

tiili (H. R. No. 1888) for the relief of set-
tlers on the SuHcal Ranch, in the State
of California — [By Mr. Coghlan.]
referred, 1400.

bill (U. R. No. 1842) to grant the right of
way through the, to the Eastern Nevada
Railroad Company — [By Mr. Kendall.]
referred, 1400; reported and passed, 4419;
passed Senate, 4446; enrolled, 4460;
approved, 4460.

bin (U. R. No. 1844) to aid in the construc-
tion of a narrow-gaoge railway and a
telegraph line, from Denver, in the Ter-
ritory of Colorado, to El Paso, near the
Boothern boundary of the Territory of
New Mexico, by a rj^ht to purchase
alternate sections ox, at $1 26 per
acre— [By Mr. Chaffee.]
referred, 1400.

bill(H. R. No. 1840) to extend the time
for making finnl proof and paynpent on

Bre^mption claims in the Territory of
lakota— [By Mr. Armstrong.]
referred, 1400.
bill (H. R. No. 1847) granting the right of
way to 1 he Bois^ Basin Bed Rock Plum-
ing Company^ of Idaho, oveV the, of the
United States— [By Mr. Merritt.]
referred, 1400.
bill (U. R. No. 1862) to secare the, to
actual settlers — [By Mr. Hawley.]
reported and recommitted, 1427.
bill(U. R. No. 1888) authorizing the Colum-
bus, Fayette, and Decatur Railroad
Company of Mississippi and Alabama
to enter— [By Mr. Sloss.]
refeiredj 1678.



Public lands — Continued,

bill (H. R. No. 1898) to extend the time for
providing a college under an act donat-
ing, to the several States and Territories
which may provide colleges for the ben-
efit of agriculture and the mechanic
arts, approved July 2, 1862, in^the State
of Indiana, to March 1, 1878— [By Mr.
Coburn.]
referred, 1679 ; reported and passed, 2866.

bill (U. R. No. 1906) to srant the right of
way through the, and other aid to the
McGregor and Missouri River Railroad
Company — [By Mr. Donnan.]
referred, 1679.

bill (H. R. No. 1906) to incorporate the
Arkansas Valley and Rocky Mountain
Railroad Company, and to grant the
right of way through the, to the



fBy Mr. Houghton.]
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referred, 1679.
bill (H. R. No. 1908) to grant the right of
way through the, and other aid to the
Hastings and Dakota Railroad Com-
pany — [By Mr. DunuelL]

referred, 1679.
bill (H. R. No. 1910) granting the right of
way for a railway from Tualatin valley
to Tilamook bay, Oregon — [By Mr.
Slater.]

referred, 1679.
resolution in regard to granting subsidies in,
to railroads — [By Mr Killinger, March
11. 1872 ]

agreed to, 1686.
bill(H. R. No. 764) granting the*ri^htof
way through the, for the construction of
a railroad and telegraph in Florida.

received from Senate, 1613 ; referred,
8407 ; reported and passed with amend-
ment, 4C&4 ; agreed to, 4188 ; enrolled,
4189.
bill (H. R. No. 1999) relating to the entry
of, in the Territories of the United
States— [By Mr. Clagett ]

referred, 1776.
bill (H. R. No. 1186) to authorize the sur-
vey and sale of the, forming the bed of
Beaver lake, in the State of Indiana —
fBy Mr. Townsend, of Pennsylvania.]

rererred, 499 ; reported and recommitted,
1811.
bill (H. R. No. 2047) for the exchange and
transfer of the two small parcels of, in
the city of St. Louis, Missouri — [By
Mr. McGrew.]

reported and passed, 1896; passed Sen-
ate, 1988; enrolled, 2046; approved,
2188.
bill (S. No 447) to enable honorably dis-
charged soldiers and sailors, their wid-
ows and orphan children, to acquire
homesteads on the, of the united States.

received from Senate, 1907; motion to
take op, 1909 ; passed, 1968 ; enrolled,
2046.
bill (H. R. No. 2072) to reserve from sale
or entry, upon which public school-
houses have been erected — [By Mr.
Hand ley.]

referred, 1968.
bill (H. R. No. 2090) to authorize the sale
of Middle Ground or Island, in Saginaw
river, in the State of Michigan — \fij
Mr. Sutherland.]

referred 1964 *

bill (H. li. No. 2092) relating to the dis-
porftion of certain, to be reclaimed in
sections fourteen, twenty- three, and
twenty-six, in township sixteen, north
of range twenty, in the county of She-
bovgan, Wisconsin — [By Mr. Eld-
redge.]

referred, 1964.
bill (H. R. No. 2097) granting the rieht of
way through the, to certain railroad com-
panies in the Territory of Dakota^— [By
Mr. Armstrong.]

referred, 1964.



Public land« — Continued,
bill (H. R. No. 2117) to secure the, to actual
settlers— [By Mr. Hawley.]
reported and recommitred, 1980 : reported,
2189 ; discussed, 2189, 2169, 2299.
bill (S. No. 801) granting the right of way to
the Mobile and Alabama Grand Trunk
Railroad Company through and over,
received from Senate, 1988 ; read, 8407 ;
referred, 4097.
bill (H. R. No. 2128) to grant the right of
way through the. to the Eureka and
Palisade Railroad Company— [By Mr.
Kendall.]
referred, 2046.
bill (H. R. No. 2124) g^ranting the right of
way through the, for the construction
of a railroad from Great Salt Lake to
Portland, Oregon— [By Mr. Slater.]
referred, 2016; reported, 2186; passed,
2187; passed Senfite, 2209; enrolled,
2219; approved, 2460.
bill (H. R. No. 2146) donating, to the State
of Virginia to aid in the establishment
of colleges in said State, pursuant to an
act of July 2, 1862— [By Mr. Terry.]
referred, 2078.
bill (H. R. No. 2168) to confirm and legalize
certain entries of, under the graduation
act— [By Mr. Havens.]
referred, 2078.
bill (H. R. No. 2168) for the relief of cer-
tain settlers on the — [By Mr. Palmer.]
referred, 2074.
bill (H. R. No. 2198) to prohibit certain per-
sons from entering — [By Mr. Eetoham.]
reported and passed, 2102.
bill (H. R. No. 2196) relating to certain, iu
Alabama — [By Mr. Ketcham.]
reported and passed, 2187; passed Sen-
ate, 8680; enrolled, 8671 ; approved,
8783.
bill (H. R. No. 2199) to incorporate the
Ureat Salt Lake and Colorado River
Railway Company, and to grant to said
company the ri^ht of w ly through they
of the United States— [By Mr. Dun-
nell.]
reported, 2187; discussed, 2187, 2621,
2648; passed, 2647.
bill (H. R. No. 2197) to encourage the
planting of trees and for the preserva-
tion of woods on the, now held by the
ynited States— [By Mr. Haldeman.]
referred. 2140; reported, 2867; discussed,
2867, 2604, 2326 ; not passed, 2929.
bill (H. R. No. 2202) authorizing joint entry
oy preemption settlers — [By Mr. l^aw-
ley]
reported and passed, 2206.
bill (U. R. No. 2226) to authorize the trus-
tees of Manbaitan township to select,
. for school purposes— [By Mr. Peck.]
referred, 2269.
bill (H. R. No. 2229) supplementary to ao
act to enable Arkansas and other States
to reclaim swamp lands within their
limits, approved September 28,1860, and
the amendment thereof, approved March
2, 1856— [By Mr. Hawley.]
referred, 2270.
bill (H. R. No. 2^8) to incorporate the
Helena and Northern Utah Railroad
Company, and grant the same the right
of way through the— [By Mr. Clagett.]
referred, 2270.
bill (H. R. No. 266) confirming to the Port
Huron and Lake Michigan Railroad
Company the, heretofore granted to
Michigan to aid in the construction of a
railroad from Grand Haven to Flint, auii
thence to Port Huron, and providing
for the manner of issuing patents there-
for— [By Mr. Conger.]
motion to discharge committee not agreed
to, 2276 ; motion to suspend the roles
and pass the bill, 2441 ; agreed to,
2442; passed Senate with amutdmenty
^ 8888; conference, 4089, 4104, 4436.



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Public lands — CanMnued,

bill (H. R. No. 2293) to legalize entries of,
under the homestead laws in certain
cases— [By Mr. Havens.]
referred, 2440.

bill (H. R. No. 2294) to enable actnal set-
tlers and cultivators of p^radnated, of
the United States to obtain titles there-
to— [By Mr. Burdett.]
referred, 2440.

bill (H. R. No. 2804) to grant the rigbt of
way throagh the, to the Eureka Con-
solidated Mining Oomi)any for the pur-
pose of building a railroad — [By Mr.
Kendall.]
referred, 2440.

bill (H. R. No. 2810) granting the right of
way through the— [By Mr. Perce.]
referred, 2442.

bill (H. R. No. 2818) to provide for disposal
of the, and to secure homesteads to
actual settlers within the State of ArR-
ansas — [By Mr. Snyder.]
referred, 2448.

bill (H. R. No. 2858) to amend an act to
enable honorably discharged soldiers
and sailors, their widows and orphan
children, to acquire homesteads on
the, of the United States— [By Mr.
Piatt.]
referred, 2658.

bill (H. R. No. 2869) to grant to the State

of Missouri all the, within the State

* remaining undisposed of, for the benefit

of the school fund of said State — [By

Mr. King.]

referred, 2656.

bill (H.R. No. 2871) granUng the right of
way through the, to the Denver and
Rio Qrande Railway Company — [By Mr.
Chaffee.]
referred, 2686.

bill (U. R. No. 2874) amendatory of an act
donating, to the several States and Ter-
ritories which may provide oolleffes for
the benefit of agriculture and the
mechanic arts, passed July 2, 1862 — [By
Mr. Slater.]
referred, 2686.

bill (H. R. No. 2875) to grant to the State
of Missouri all the, within the State
remaining undisposed of, for the bene-
£i of the public school fund of said
State— [By Mr. McCormick, of Mis-
souri.]
referred, 2686.

bill ( H. R. No. 2891) granting to each officer,
soldier, seaman, and marine who served
the United States in the late war of the
rebellion and was honorably discharged
therefrom a certificate or warrant for —
[By Mr. Garrett.]
referred, 2687.

bill (H. R. No. 2478) granting the right of
way through the, for the construction of a
railroad and telegraph line to the Utah,
Idaho, and Montana Railroad Com-
pany— [By Mr. ClageU. ] .
referred, 2745 ; reported and recommitted,
8008.

joint resolution (H. R. No. 142) proposing
an amendment io the Constitution oi
the United States in relation to — [By
Mr. Golladay.]
referred, 2884.



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