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18 ISStfcD ,
THE REVIEW PUBLISHING CO.
J. R. N. BELL, - - Editor,
One Year -Six
. - $2 50
Thos. F. BAYARD.......Secretaryof fetate
Damex T. MAirKiJcG.SecreUry of leurv.
L. Q. C. LamaB ..Secretary of the Interior.
Wm. C. Esdicoti. .... . ' "
W. C. Whitney. . . . . ..Secretary of ISavv.
W T Vilas .Post Master General.
A H ' Garland. ........ Attorney General.
MRtVVAim... Chief Justice.
STATE OF OREGON.
J. N. Dolph ... rj S. Senators.
Z. F. Moody uvFr'
n V Karhabt..... -....Secretary of btate.
FdwIkd HiS ... State Treasurer.
iTMcSSV.-Surt. Pub Intrnn.
- W. H. Byabs. State 1 nnter.
J. B. Waldo, C. J., ) T .
, Wm. P. IiOBD. ....Supreme Jaages.
w. vv. TuAYti - ' ; "
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
R. S. Bkax...... ......Judxe.
J.' V- Hamilton .. .. Prosecuting Attorney.
J. H. Shbpe. J
Titos. R. Sheridan -,-'
Ben. C Agee ...Sheriff.
D. S. West Treasurer.
G.' T. Russell. . . . .School Superintendent.
Jas. A. Steeling .. ...Assessor.
J. S. Fitzhcch .......... County J udge.
J. Hall, C. A. McGee,. . ..Commissioners.
N: E. Brit Surveyor.
Dr.. S. S. Marstkks. ...... . -Coroner.
T. L. Gannon..
Pf.tkr Tcnorr. .
CITY OF ROSEBURG.
II. C. Stanton,
John Rast, I ,
tP. Sheridan, Trustees.
. C. Wheeler, 1 .
P. Benedict. ' ,
T. Ford .Recorder.
G. J. LANOEnBERG Marshal.
John Chase Treasurer.
TJ, S. LAND OFFICE ROSEBURG,
Chas. W. Johnston. . . . . ; ; . Register.
A. C. Jones . . . ... ...... . .Receiver
I F. LANE, JOHN LANE
JANE & LAKE,
Attorneys at Law.
Main street, opposite Cosmopolitan Hotel.
J C. FULLERTON,
Attorney at Law.
Office in Marks' briok, np stairs.
; .HYSICJtAAND .SURGFON...
Oakland, - " - - - Oregon..
R. C. HUNTER M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
K. L. MILLER, M. D
' . . . Surgeon.
c Ofiiio up stairs iry the old Shoridan
SBrick.on Jackson Street, Koseburg,
Oregon. Chronic diseases a speciality.
E G. CEHME, M. D.
& Graduate Of The
Of Leipzig Germany.
Office ifc Residence at the house of
Geo. W. Daynear R. R. track, Rose
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS-
Joard J1 per Day; Single Meals, 25 cents,
tTTas house has lately changed hands and Is
orougBly renovated and refurnished. The travel.
ng publio will find the best of accommodations
. No Chinamen Xlmployed.
FIRS I CLASS
fRS. D.C. McCLALLEN.
Proprietor of the
.Large Sample Booms for Commercial
Coach to and from the house
Bajrgae delivere free of charge.
ITIoliai d Thomas, Prop.
SLEEPING ACCOMODATIONS. ,
Table supplied with the Best the Market affords
Hotel at the Depot of the Railroad.
(Principaal Business Street)
MEALS 25 CENTS LODGING 25 CENTS
We Keep the Best the Market Affords.
Wm. Maksiso, )
IlEKRy Rogers, f
G. W, Uidile, f
C. B. Wilcox, )
S. EIARKS & Co.
Crockery, Glassware, v
Wool and Produce
AND THE VERY HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR THEM.
S. JIARKS& CO Rosolmrff, Or
Keejis a full line of Dress Goods of eveiy variety and Shade.
A full line of Silks.
A full line of Satins, Brocades and Velvets.
A full line of Fancy Dress Goods.
A full line of Hosiery.
A full Hue of Clothing.
A fall line of Furnishing Goods.
. A full line of Hats and Cap3, Boots and Shoe3.
A full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries and Tobaccos.
A full li.ie of Crockery and Glassware.
And last, but not least, a full line
kinds of Ladies Hat Trimmings and
-COMEl AND S3E33c3 3&X3E3-
All Kinds Of Fancy Groceries,
TABLV. nTTTT.P.RY AXD SILVEP.
OTHfiR THINGS TO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
Call And See Me At The
Post Office Stand.
BUTTER AND EGGS BOUGHT, j
Successor to J. D. JOHNSON.
PEALElt IN ;
DRVGS aml PATENT FUEOICIWES
Cheaper than the Cheapest
o O o -
They would announce that they have just received and now have on
hand one of the largest stocks of ;
eneral Hairdaire, etc.
Ever Brought to Donglas, and, when added to their
Stoves of all Patterns and Ready-made Tinwar
They are prepared to declare they have
o it..f n ti, n, f.nini?
lathe shape of BUILDING MATERIALS, in the way oi Lbcks, Butts, etc., we can
offer superior inducements to purcnasers. eTnvs,, . Qrin,, . li..
We can irive you bargains in the foUowing brands of STO E3 not equaled elsewhere:
BUCK S BONANZA,
VWV-- -J . . ..
Ami nilioi. SiAvnH nrA Kanres. '
The best of workmen are constantly employed in the manufacture of our TINWAR
Dd fiS& in GUNS, such Winchester, Sharp W other
Riflee, as well as Shotguns and Pistols. , , Wrtma cp WTK( M CHINES
We are also Agenti for the White. Peerless and lew Home SEW1NU MACI11A J,
which we sell at the lowest rates ana warrant wu.i,.v.
We can also supply .
Averill and BuVbsr Paints.
The best 11,; .,v.t at lowest rates.
rices, and we promise
Dr. TII03IAS GRAUA5I,
Of the University of P. at Philadelphia and d the
ROYAL COLLEGE OF SCRGEONS. and ROYAL
COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, LONDON ENGLAND
has located for the practice of his profession in
Offiue and residence, Washington street opposite
the Catholic Church
L Y ON II AND
Boots and Shoes.
of every Descrip
of Ostrich Plumes and Tips, with all
IIatShape3 of latest pattern.
Photograph and j
Autograph albums y
Stand, Hand, and:
VARR and TEN TIIOU&AiNL
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS
toe best aupplf in their line oy house in
Cheaner than can be purchased elsewhere
. ....- w a w rt wink' d k-i
UKAlt.it, rAwtv, "-.i
nwinm. IKON KING, EMPIRE CJTY
Give us a call, inspect our stock; inquire as to
to suit you any one can. j
For House, ;
Carriage, J, .
Sign, ! -Ornamental,
and all kinds
Call on Wm. baYis at Floed's old
corner, Roseburg Or, i
Douglas County Bank,
k HUMPHREY & FLINT,
Roselinrg - - - - Oregon-
TRANSACT A GENERAL
Sight Drafts Drawn on
Portland, t?au Francisco, New York and
other points. Bills of exchange on the
principal cities of Europe. Deposits re
ceived subject to check. Collections made
on all accessablcpoints at reasonable rates.
P110PRIET 0 11
'- -..-Jr. U. - ... . -,.
17EErS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
IV full stock of Dread, Cakes, Ties, Plain
and Fancy Crackers, etc. Also a fine selection
of French and American Candies and Choc
OREGON PACIFIC R. R
Willametto Valley to San .Francisco Via-Yaquina-DAILY
TRAINS LEAVE CORVALLIS
Daily, except Sundays, 2 P. 31.
Dailj, except Sundaj j, at 7:10 A. M.
The Company ; lirinlit to cbauge
days, Fares and Freight at reduced and
Rivor Boats on the Willamette coim cctlii
J. 0. SHERIDAN
R. S & J. C SHERIDAN,!
Stoves and Tinware,
rplIE undersigned takee pleasure in an
J. nouncing to the public that lie selling
cverjttiing uhis line at prices that
IF YOU WANT-
STOVES, AGEIOULTUJi 1L TOOLS
IE0N. STEEL, if AILS,
HOUSES HOES, TIN W ABE, OUTLEfiT
Or anything in my line, call and examine my
stock and learn prices before purchasing else-
wncre, as I am selling lower than ever.
J C. SHERIDAN
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician.
ALL WOKK WAttKANTED.
Dealer in Watches, Clock?, Jewelry,
Spectacles and Eyeglasses.
A iVVU LINE OF
CIOAUS, TOBACCO & FANCY GOODS.
rPHE ONLY RELIABLE OrTOMER IN TOWS
A. for the profK;raljustmciit of Sp-Mitoclcs. IJciHit
01 iiie ucnuine urazilun I'cliUIc Sjicctatloa anj Eye
glasses. Office iu Hamilton's Uriuk liluck.
1 6eli trs scrr, tnrt Hion wtia writs (a
I SUason k Co .PorlluxL Mainc.wlll nmn
Ifras, fall inrormsUoa about work which
ihTvndo.aBd Uveal bome.that will o
' tbem from SA to 13B nor ri.r. Soma bm
eanieiOTr$v0inadar- Elton ua,jonat or old. Capital
not required. Yoa are itartod fraa. Tboia who etart at one
art absolute! sue of snug UUle fortaaea. All Is ow.
C3MMISSI0N & PURCHASING
A., orders from the country filled 0:1 short
Every Class or Kind of Goods from
First-Class Stock. -
Absolutely no charges or commission.
will be charged for filling order?.
OFFICE: 107 first street,
At D. W. Prentice's Portland.Or
I feci cnnflilnnt nf irivinir aatiRfaction in all work
euirusiea to me 111 watches, clocks, ana jrw.irj.
1 aiso repair musical instruments.
! I have the Countv patent rieht for sale of Concrete
Cement Pipe for conveyin water Va any place do-
sirea in uougias uouuur;
I will also teach anr kiud of instrumental music.
Anyone desiring instruction will call on me at my i
wawnnuutrag snop. ju. iurujo.
DONE WITH DISPATCH.
JOHN VAX Bt ilEX.
AGRICIXTKUAL 1 COLLEGE.
lhe next bessioa will begin on oep-1
tember 8 th, with a full Faculty .
. : as last year. -' .
B. L. Arnold, PRE?.
NEW YORK LUMBFB
.& Wood Yard ."
Co To SI. K. Ilont lfs
j East side of track one block south of
depot is where you will find number
one dry lumber, Sugar pine, Cedar,
Fir, and all Dimcntion lumber for
buildings, sawed and shaved cedar
shingles,. Sash Doors, Blinds, Screen
Doors, Mouldings, Wall and Stair
railings, Balusters, Brackets, Newel
posts, Ceilinsr, -Rustic, Flooring, and
all kiifls of Finishing lumber,, sawed
aid slat Cedar posts, 1 inch plank
saiwtl expressly -for .aidaiStalkn.- : I
represent the Sugar- Pine Door &
Lumber Co. of Grant's Pass Or. which
from personal inspection I believe to
hA the finest establishment on the Pa
ciGc coast, it employes seventy men.
The Proprietors and Overseers are all
Eastern men and experts in the busi
ness, the machinery is new and -put
u in the best manner, and all under
srtict discipline and order. Their
work is all done by number one me
chanics and is equal to any wovk of
the kind done in New York or the
Est. Fruit boxes, Picket fences and
Giites complete. I also represent a
nimber one mill at Yoncolla where I
have sawed all Dimention luuiber to
order on short notice. All gnaiantecd
as represented or no sale. Call and
see stock and prices before purchasing.
Stove wood constantly on hand at
HARD TIME PRICES.
m lie? -tain
Some Choice ;
Spanisli Merino Bucks.
Cable scca at my rcsiilcnse in French Settlement.
1 Address, HENKYCQ-VS
K soburg, Oregon.
Has attained a standard of excellenco whiob
admlU of no superior.
Itcontains every improvement that inventive
f exrius, skill aad money can produce.
kT1ifse Orpans aro celebrated for volume,
quality 01 tono, quicK reopousts, uruoiu; umi
beauty in finish, perfect construction, makii
them the most desirablo orgrans for hom
schools, churches, lodges, societies, etc
1 ESTABLISHED BEPVTATION.
COMBINED, HAKX THIS , " :
THS POPULAR OESAH
Instruction Books and Piano Stools.
Catalogues and Price Lists, on application, fbs
CK1CAS0 COTTAGE ORGAN CO.1
(gr. Randolph and Ann St.. CHICA60, ILL
. - - -30-
PROFESSORS & 1NSTE0OTOKS
350 Slmlcnls. :tT5 Graduates.
Department of Literatnrc, Law, Med'
: - one BXuse aaa Art-
iGirh buard in Woman's Collesre. with nicely fur
nlshed roomp, $S.50 per week. Boys and Youuj
Mens' board Hi the l oung mens'
! A building just purchased and rcruod-
clod with to rooms,
! The "ounjf men are expected to supply their fur-
I niture, wood and light and pay One louar a monwi
I rent; This is the most rersonable living to stndenU
i which the Vuiversitv has ever onered. The rrcsi
dent boards in the hail and has the supervision.
1 rarFirst Term Begin September Cth. Catalogues
I sent free.
I, President, Salem, Oregon.
This paper is kept on file at E. C. Dake
advertismc accnev, 64 i.l 65 Merchants' Ex
change, San Francisco, Cal where contracts
for advertising can be made lor 11.
Brewster's Fstent Bela Holder.
Tow lines are where yon ,hJ
ander horses' feet. One ant sold Udotia
days, one dealer sold 6 doz. la IS days.
SampleswarUllJOnuESi Write for terms.
E. E, EREWSTEK, HoUy, Hlch.
HKMawa . mrm& aaaaMBaa
OTJB.f I EVEBV
13 4 BANTED
TO t 1 .
EXCEL. . j TEAB5
i ImTi n .in" 1 , .
This powder never varies. A marvel of juritv
gtrcnsth and whoiosomeucss. More ccouonucai i
t hau tlie orUinarv ktnas, anu cuuun oeso.a in cu.u-
IKstition with the multitude of low test, short I
weight alum or phosphate io dure. Sold ouiy iu I
cans. KUl!Al.JJAiviiNU i-unft w.,
St. N. Y.
Newi Stage Line.
KU&tBUKll IU liAmftO Hl.Ltl
Leaves Rbsebnrg, Mondays, Wcdnes
, F,;.lJvR. n,l returns Tuesdays.
.imlays, 'and Saturdays. Time of
inglKith terminal points 6 o'clock
i -. and ariives at each noint at 6
Rout, T. McCl lloch,
First term begins Septemder 13, 1886.
Secure FREE SCHOLARSHIPS by apply
ing to your County Superintendent.
Board And lodging
TUITION PER TEAR .
Elementary English Department $30.00
Other Departments . $40.00
Send postal for catalogue with full particu
lars, to i
PROF. JOHN STRAU13,
j Secretary Faculty,
- Eugene City Oregon.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
OREGON AND CALIFORNIA R. R.
t And Connections.
'TIME, 24 DAYS.
Fare from Portland to San Francisco $32; to Sacra-
i mento $30.
Cle connections made at Ashland with stages of
the California Oregon & Idaho Stage Company.
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
East Side Division.
BETWEEN TORTLAND & ASHLAND
! Mail Train
Forllaml .J.7.30A. M.
Rosclmrs. . ..0.1a P. V.
.ICMCUUR!. . . ... .1.0.25 P. M.
Ashland 4.15 A. M.
Ashland j.i.30 P. M.
Koscbiirg ..5.30 A. M.
llnsebun;....v.2a A. .M.
Portland.. ...4.25 P. 11.
Albany Ixpr?ss Train
LEAVE. I ARRIVE.
Portland 4. 0T P. M. Lcbanoi 0.20 P. M.
Lebanon ..4. 45 A. M. I Portland.... 10.05 P. M.
PULMAN PALACE SLEEPING UAES
Daily between Portland and Ashland.
The 0. and C. K, R. Ferry makes connection with all
the regular trams on bast Side Di v. from footof 1 bt
West Side Division.
BETWEEN PORTLANDS: CORVALL1S
leave. 1 arrive.
Portiand 7.S0 A. M. Corvaii ...... 12.25 P.M.
cotouis.... ..1.30 v. 4i. 1 roraana o.is p. m.
Portland 0.15 P. M.
At rinrvalHn ronilMtlWlth trflinff nf OrMrnn PliaRfi
for Yaquina Bay. Excursion tickets on sale from
Ki?htire tn Yanuina and return via Alhanv. at
S9 75. Tickets good to return until Sept. so, 1886.
Portland .4.50 P. M. McMinnville.. 8.00 P. M.
ilcMinnviUe...v.45A.M. PorUana a.ooA. i.
pany's up town office, cor. Stark and Second streets.
Tickets for principal points in California can only lie
procured and hajrptjre checked at company s omce.
Frclcht will not be received for shipment after 5
. m inn .milt ke.. niTLj.ini. vr.
o"clock P. M. on either the East or West Side Div.
R. KOEHLER, E.P. ROOEKa,
Manager. i. r. rassagenu
MRS. S. A IltTCniXSOX,
T adies will FjsDiiY stuck LAtiur, ajxv
. . . nAtn a
Cuuipletc. Prices mouerate.
Oi-r M 111. llus. S. A. HCTCUIS80S.
. I Mcrcbar.t Tailor. .
jn the Red Front, next door to A. C. Mark3
Repairs and Altentions neatly done.
The BtrraXUr GUIDE U
saved XUcch susd BepC.
icaveltreaur. J9S8 psea,
'3.BOO lillsutravUoms a
i -v V wdw. nnan .
P tw"; GIVES WlwlMatto Frlees
direct to ooHtumer m tui koom for
nenaaal mr flsaatly ae. Tells b0W to
order, tuad ajlTea cxavet cost of ereir
thtasr yosi sue, eat, drtaalc, wear, or
bare tarn with, Tfceao 13ITAX.UAJBLE
BOOKS contain larforsnsvtto rleauaed
from tlM Baavrketa of the world. - We
will mall eopy FREE to may d
dreaa npoai reectpt 9t 19 eta. to dtfnr
expense of malllisr. t su hear from
too. ,. . Bespeetfallr, .
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
J ! ROYAL MX.ft XJ
I I I
A List of the Important Xvnnre$ that tcere
. Enacted into Jmw.
Wasuinotonv Aug. 5. The
session of. the forty-ninth' congress,
whicli ended to day, began on Monday,
December 7 th, 1885, and covered
period of soven months' and twenty
eight days, or 211 days exclusive cf
Sundays. Of this time the senate was
in session 164Uays and the house 185
days. Dunn that time there were in
troduced in the two houses 13,202
measures, of which 10,014 were house
bills and 214 house joint resolutions,
and 2,891 bills and eighty-three joint
resolutions of die senate. Measures
prepared Jfor enactment into laws 'ex
ceeded in number by 2,91? tlow intro
duced at the first session Of the forty
eighth congress,-which set for seven
months and four days, or 165 days of
actual working time. Tbey cpvered atf
1 i -c ..i.: t i.
buujwh, iiuiu tue paueui. i
Mter at tue capitol for extra services
. . . m. r rttl. . . .-.(, ,
" " 1 " '-o
lation and legislation with? respect to
ntinnl flnnnr. OF tho nf nm.
ber comparatively few were of what
maV be termed of national importance.
The greater number were measures of
a private nature or of merely local im-
. , r- - ...u vv, v v . . v . v . . . ... wi lUltWH
bills, bills for erection of public build
iugs, for bridging rivers, for granting
"Sht of way to railroads through mil-
uar? or Jnd.an , reservations, for re-
moval of political disabilities, for
chansin? iudicial districts, for eatab.
lishin2 new laud offi for cnanrinf
names of location or increasing capital
stock of national banks, for printing
public documents, eta, etc.
A very small precentage of the whole
number of bill introduced, of either a
general or private nature, became laws.
A comparatively small number suc
ceeded in getting through the commit,
tees to which they were referred and
reaching the calendars of their respec
tive houses Some secured passage by
the house in which they originated, but
failed of action in the other branch
and a very large number still remain
unconsidered by the committees to
which they wera referred.
' MEASURES THaT PASSed
The total number of bills that passed
both houses was 1101; 241 senate bills
and 860 bills which originated .in the
housp, Of this total 806 became laws
with the president's approval. 181 be
came laws by limitation, the president
failing either to approve or disapprove
them within ten davs after their pre
sentation to him, 113 were vetoed and
one failed by reason of adjournment
without action by ,the president.
Of the new laws, 746 were house
measures and 241 senate measures.
Laws that became such by limitation
wei-c, with two exceptions private pen
sion and relief biils. The exceptions
were the bill to authorize the Kansas
I llY on ocott x uun rail ay to con-
struct a railroad through Indian nation
and that to retire Lieutenant RandalL
Of measures vetoed by the president
thirty-six were senate bills and seventy
seven bills of the House. Twenty-
eight of the senate bills vetoed were
. . 1M1 i. .
private pension bills, three were for
tp. tirvtntitin Cif ii!ill! Vimldlnrra otl
Dnvfon Sinnr CiH- To, 7...
, v ,
tha ,-,Vht of .v thmn-h Tnniar,
, , -V Q .
o w J n
crvation in Northern Montana, one to
mal-a Snnnofi.l 1 M... nnrt f
h.i- . L k. ,
l uemery, one w proviae mat tue oouies
I e ...A l .1
I 1 O
I dying Within thO District of Columbia,
1 unclaimed within a specified time after
death, be turned over to medical col-
li . .
I iCrs, one VJ quiet wries to settlers on
i f. n r , :- i0,l ,J
v. v Mva Mviuva ... vE im.vi-, nuu v..o w
I provide for the Construction of a bridge
I r . ,.. . . . .
across Lako Champlain. Of the hous
bills disannroved bv th tirsiilTit
seventy-four were private pension bills
nn.1 thrfifi wr fr.r -rU.Jnn nf 1.!
.. . r .
buildings. The proposed public build
in-K wnre for Ashpvillft. V O : Dnlnlii
o --- , J
Minn., and Springfield, Mo. The
number of measures vetoed durins
the session were four more than have
been vetoed from the fouudation of
the government to the begining of the
I ! s '
i session just cioseo. wane nearly all
of the vetoed bills of the senate were
reported back from committee with
recomendatioa that thev pass notwith.
standing the president's objections,
and whUe similar action wa. taken on
auuic vuuwuwouis.on.yone, mai
granting a pension to Jacob Romizer,
was passed by the two houses over the
veto. The Des Moines river bill passed
fk n.fA v, i, v... ..:t
oAr.A M. At-?- 1 a V.
the house. Motions to pass bills
grant pensions to 3Iary Anderson and
Andrew J.Wikon over thPttrft;pn
veto were defeated in th3 house. Con
-i ''i- xi ,1 .
amvrauoa vi vue omer veto measures
has been postponed until next session,
ar . . .. ..
jiieasuics oi importance that nave
pmtion bins, are as follows;
RO EBURG REVIEW
FIIinST JOB OFFICE
IN DOUGLAS COUNTY.
CARDS, BILL HEADS, LEGAL.BLANKS
And other Printing, Including
Large and Heavy Festers and Showy Hand-Bills
' Neatly and Expeditiously executed "
AT PORTLAND PRICES.
Presidential succession bill. ;
To provide for the study of the
nature and effect of alcoholic drinks
To remcve the charge of desertion
against soldiers who rewilisted with
ont having i-eceived a discharge from
the regiments m which they had pre
viously served. -
To legalize the incorporation of
national trades unions.
To give receivers of national banks
power to ; buy any property of a
bank sold under foreclosure, when
necessary to protect his trust. '
. To regulate the promotion of gradu
ates of United States military academy.
To premit owners of United Stales
merchant vessclj acd cf &ny.propert v
on board thereof, to sue tha United '
States for damage by collision arising
from the mismanagement of any gov
ernment vessel. "
Accepting ibe Grant medal and
- To provide . that surveyed lands'
granted to railroad companies coter
minous with complete portions of such
roads, in organized counties, shall not
bo exempt from local taxation on ac
count of the lien of the United States
upon'theni for the cost cf survey, so
lecting and conveying. It also makes
provsion for selling such lands 011 refu
sal of neglect of the companies to pay:
the costs of survey.
The oleomargarine bill.
Bill for increase of the navy.
To provide that homestead settlers
within railroad limits, restricted to
less than 160 acers, shall be entiteled
lo have their additional entries pat
ented without any further proof of
settlement and cultivation.
To reduce fees on domestic money
orders for sums not exceeding ?5 from
8 cents to 5 cents, .
To allow steam
carry, in addition to their crews, as
the supcrvsing inspector may author'
ize. .,' -
For tha relief of Fitz John Porter, '
To provide for the sale of the Chero
kee reservation. ,
To enable national banking associa
tion to increace their capital stock and
to changetheir names of location. '
To authorize the construction of a
bunding for accommodation of the con
Providing that after July 1, 1886,
no fees shall be charged to American
vessels for measurement of tonnaga,
issuing licenses, granting certificate of
registry, etc , and amending the laws
relative to the shipping and discharging
of crews, liabilities of owners, licencing
To forfeit lands granted to the At
lantic & Pacific Eailroad company, and
restore the same to settlement
To increase to $12 a month the
pensions of widows and descendant rel-
ati"s f .eseased soldiers and eailors.
lAscianng ioneiiea certain land
grants made to the states of Missis
sippi, Alabama and Louisiana.
To amend section 3334 of the revised
statutes, so as to require brewers com-
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, , 1 meS ne amount
of tax which they will be liable to tav
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a new whenever required.
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ueuver w rae ProPer claimants
v , J jceiry, etc.,
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wl,lw VJ luo OtaWS army
during tne late war and to sell at mib-
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lie auction all such articles not chiiuiod
within one year. -
To direct a commissioner of labor
to make an investigation as to convict
To establish life-saving stations on
the Atlantic and Pacific oceans and on
the great lakeu . r . . J
Providing that manufactured to-.
bacco' 8noff and ci-ars ,na "ved
for exPrt wituont Pyent of a tax
u"u l'lu "ue ilw prowain? xor in-
To extend the immediate delivery
To increase pensions of"oldicr who
have lost an arm or a le?.
Ill addition to the above, bills have
been enacted into laws in several ap
ProP" as fol!ows
In 13x9 agricultural appropriation
av"S " commissioner oi ag-
ncaipure purcnase ana aesiroy uis
leasea animais wneneverm ms juag
merit it i, essential to prevent the
spread of f.leure pneumonia from one
state into another,
Iq the legislative appropriation bill
creating the office of assistant commis
Tn tllft .llriflrv riril annromiat on
to bill, directing the secretary of the
J treasury to issue silver certificates in
denominations of one, two and .five
J011 f. PProptuatrng 40,000
I for the establishment of an industrial
home in Utall for women who re
nounce polygamy and for their chil
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The "Morrison surplus resolution'
I taken onU