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cation between the different parts of our common undemocratic, and has proved injurious to the country, and especially in opening to a larger cause of temperance and good order, and that we commerce tbe line of water communication cre- favor its unconditional repeal and the adoption ated by nature between the Northwest and the of a stringent license law. Atlantic through the great lakes and the valley 3. That we hail with joy the prospect of an of Lake Champlain.

early completion of the Caughnawaga Canal, whereby Lake Champlain will be the reservoir

for the surplus productions of the great West, DEMOCRATIC—JUNE 25, 1874.

and an outlet for the trade and commerce be1. That we renew our devotion to the Demo-tween the interior and the seaboard, and as bene cratic party and its principles, and we invite all ficial alike to the farmer, manufacturer, procitizens to unite with us in an effort to restore ducer, and consumer, by an increase of transthe principles of the party to the government of portation facilities, consequently more direct and the country:

friendly commercial relations and cheaper transit 2. That the present prohibitory liquor law is I of property.

INDEX TO HAND-BOOK OF 1874.

ACKER, EPHRAIM L., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37. BARRERE, GRANVILLE, Representative, 159; traveling al-
ACTS June 30, 1864, limiting the issue of “greenbacks," | lowances of, 38.

152; April 12, 1866, providing for a reduction of the BARRY, Henry W., Representative, 2, 159; mileage and
currency, 153; February 4, 1868, suspending fur: traveling allowances of, 37, 38.
ther reduction of the currency, 154; Illinois rail- | Bass, LYMAN K., Representative, 159; traveling allow-
road, of 1873, 200; Wisconsin railroad, of 1874, 202;
of July 12, 1870, and June 20, 1874, 225.

BAYARD, THOMAS F., Senator, 1, 158; amendment to sal-
ACTION OF THE PRESIDENT in the States, 85-112.

ary bill, 17; conferee on salary bill, 18; retroactive
ADAMS, GEORGE M., Representative, 2, 159; mileage of, 37. pay and mileage of, 35, 36.
ADAMS, THOMAS A., telegram respecting Louisiana af BAXTER, ELISHA, Governor, telegrams to and from re-
fairs, 106.

I specting Arkansas affairs, 87-91, 93-96.
ALABAMA, Senators and Representatives, 1, 2, 158, 159 ; BEATTY, John, Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.

action of the President in the atfairs of, 85; cost of BECK, ERASMUS W., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.
public buildings, &c., in, 221; internal revenue BECK, JAMES B., Representative, 2, 159; mileage and
from, 223; apportionment and distribution of bank traveling allowances of, 37, 38; amendment to
currency in, 224; elections in 1872, 228.

House currency bill, 170; vote on amendment, 172;
ALBERT, WILLIAM J., Representative, 159; traveling al motions on civil rights bill, and votes on, 208.
lowances of, 38.

BECKWITA, J. R., U. S. attorney, telegram respecting
ALBRIGHT, CAARLES, Representative, 159.

Louisiana affairs, 104.
ALCORN, JAMES L., Senator, 1, 158; retroactive pay and BEGOLE, JOSIAH W., Representative, 169; traveling allow-
mileage of, 35, 36.

ances of, 38.
ALLEGIANCE, President Grant on, 119.

BELKNAP, WILLIAM W., Secretary of War, 158; orders
ALLEY, J. B., resolution of, pledging co-operation in relative to Arkansas affairs, 87, 90, 91; relative to
contraction, and vote on, 153.

Louisiana affairs, 108.
ALLISON, WILLIAM B., Senator, 158.

BELL, HIRAM P., Representative, 159; traveling allow-
AMBLER, JACOB A., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.

ances of, 38.
AMENDMENTS, proposed constitutional, 53–58, 215; pro- BELL, SAMUEL N., Representative, 1; mileage of, 37.

posed and made, State, 58-84; President Granto BENNETT, JOHN E., telegram respecting Arkansas affairs,
121: interpretation of the fourteenth, 215.

92.
AMNESTY, President Grant on, 126; Mr. Maynard's bill, BERRY, John, Representative, 159; traveling allowances
and vote on, 214.

of, 38.
AMES, ADELBERT, Senator, 1; retroactive pay and mile- BEVERIDGE, John L., Representative, 2; resignation of,
age of, 35, 36; resignation of, note, 158.

note, 2; mileage of, 37.
AMES, OAKES, Representative, 1; mileage of, 37.

BIERY, JAMES S., Representative, 159; traveling allow-
ANTHONY, CHARLES L., letter of President Grant to, 134.

endments to House currency bill
ANTHONY, HENRY B., Senator, 1, 158; amendment to and vote on, 167, 168.

salary bill, 31; concerning retroactive pay of, 35; BIGBY, John S., Representative, 2: mileage of, 37.
mileage of, 36.

Biggs, BENJAMIN T., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.
APPROPRIATIONS, lists of, for years ending June 30, 1872, BILLINGS, E. C., telegram respecting Louisiana affairs,
"73, 74, 75, 225.

106.
ARCHER, STEVENSON, Representative, 2, 159; mileage of, BINGHAM, John A., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.
37.

BIRD, John T., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.
ARIZONA, internal revenue from, 223; apportionment BLACK, JAMES, popular vote for, in 1872, note, 228.
and distribution of bank currency 224.

BLAINE, JAMES G., Speaker of the House of Represent-
ARKANSAS, Senators and Representatives, 1, 2, 158, 159 ; atives, 1, 158; amendment to salary bill, 16; mile-

vote on amendment to constitution of, 58; action age of, 37.
of the President in the affairs of, 87; President's BLAIR, AUSTIN, Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.
proclamation commanding the dispersion of dis- BLAIR, FRANCIS P., Jr., Senator, 1; retroactive pay and
orderly persons in, 132; cost of public buildings, mileage of, 35, 36.
&c., in, 221; internal revenue from, 223; apportion- | BLAIR, JAMES G., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.
ment and distribution of bank currency in, 224; | BLAND, RICHARD P., Representative, 159; Traveling al-
elections in 1872, 228; rejection of electoral vote lowances of, 38.
of, note, 228.

BLOUNT, JAMES H., Representative, 159; traveling allow-
ARTHUR, WILLIAM E., Representative, 2, 159; mileage ances of, 38.

and traveling allowances of, 37, 38; constitutional BOARMAN, ALECK, Representati
amendment proposed by, 57.

Bogy, LEWIS V., Senator, 158.
ASHE, THOMAS S., Representative, 159; traveling allow- BOLES, Thomas, Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.
ances of, 38.

BONDS, PACIFIC RAILWAY, statistics of, 223.
ATKINS, John D. C., Representative, 159; traveling al- BOREMAN, ARTHUR I., Sénator, 1, 158; amendment to
lowances of, 38.

salary bill, 29; retroactive pay and mileage of, 35,
AVERILL, John T., Representative, 2, 159; mileage and 36.
traveling allowances of, 37, 38.

Boston MERCHANTS, President Grant's interview with,
BABCOCK, O. E., instructions to Secretary of War rela 135.
tive to Arkansas affairs, 87.

BOUNDARY, award respecting the San Juan, 214.
BALLOT, VOTE BY, proposed amendments to provide for BOUTWELL, GEORGE S., Senator, 158.
election of President by, 53-57.

Bowen, Rees T., Representative, 159; traveling allow-
BANKING AND CURRENCY, President's views on, 122, 134 ances of, 38.

137; Sherman's bills, 160–166; Maynard's bill, 166– BRADLEY, Mr. Justice, dissenting opinion of, in the Myra
184.

Bradwell case, 50.
BANKRUPTCY ACT, President Grant on, 124.

BRADLEY, NATHAN B., Representative, 159; traveling
BANKS, NATHANIEL P., Representative, 1; salary bill of, allowances of, 38.
3; amendment to salary bill, 12; mileage

BRAXTON, ELLIOTT M., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.
constitutional amendment proposed by, 56.

BRIBERY, provisions in State constitutions respecting,
BANNING, HENRY B., Representative, 159.

58, 60, 68, 69, 71, 79, 81.
BARBER, J. ALLEN, Representative, 2, 159; mileage and BRIGHT, Joan M., Representative, 2, 159; mileage and

traveling allowances of, 37, 38; amendment to Utah I traveling allowances of, 37, 38.
bill, 219.

BRISTOW, BEMJAMIN H., Secretary of the Treasury, 158.
BARNUM, WILLIAM H., Representative, 2, 158; mileage BROMBERG, FREDERICK G., Representative, 159; traveling
and traveling allowances of, 37, 38.

allowances of, 38.

237

37.

BROOKS, GEORGE M., resignation of, note, 1; mileage of, CIVIL RIGHTS, President Grant on, 112, 126, 138; supple

mentary bills to protect citizens in their, and votes
BROOKS, JAMES, Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.

on, 205–209.
BROOKB, JOSEPH, Governor, telegrams to and from re- CIVIL SERVICE REFORM, executive order relative to, 128;
specting Arkansas affairs, 87-89, 91-96.

explanatory letter of Secretary of State on, 129;
BROWN, B. GRATz, retroactive pay of, 35; electoral vote President Grant on, 113, 119, 126; his special mes
for in 1872, note, 228.

sage on, 143; legislative action on, 221.
BROWN, JOAN YOUNG, Representative, 159; traveling al. CLAFLIN, H. B., letter of President Grant to, 134.
lowances of, 38.

CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES, proposed amend.
BROWNLOW, WILLIAM G., Senator, 1, 158; retroactive pay ment respecting, 54; President Grant on, 124.
and mileage of, 35, 36.

CLARK, AMOS, JR., Representative, 159; traveling allow-
BUCKINGHAM, WILLIAM A., Senator, 1, 158; amendment ances of, 38.

to salary bill, 17; return of retroactive pay, 35; mile- CLARK, JOAN B., JR., Representative, 169; traveling al-
age of, 36; amendment to Senate currency bill and lowances of, 38.
vote on, 162.

CLARKE, FREEMAN, Representative, 2, 159; mileage aud
BUCKLEY, CHARLES W., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37. traveling allowances of, 37, 38.
BUCKNER, AYLETT H., Representative, 159; traveling al CLAYTON, CHARLES, Representative, 159; traveling allow.
lowances of, 38.

ances of, 38.
BUFFINTON, JAMES, Representative, 1, 158; mileage and CLAYTON, POWELL, Senator, 1, 158; instructions to com
traveling allowances of, 37, 38.

mittee to equalize salaries and vote on, 29; retro-
BUILDINGS, PUBLIC, &c., cost of, 221.

active pay and mileage of, 35, 36.
BUNDY, HEZEKIAH S., Representative, 159; traveling al- CLEMENTS, Isaac, Representative, 159; traveling allow-

lowances of, 38; bill for abolition of mileage of, 38; ances of, 38.
motion on, 39.

CLINTON, CHARLES, telegram respecting Louisiana
BUNNELL, FRANK C., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37. affairs, 106.
BURCHARD, HORATIO C., Representativé, 2, 159; mileage CLYMER, HIESTER, Representative. 159; conferee on
of, 37,

currency bill, 180.
BURDETT, SAMUEL S., Representative, 2; amendment to COBB, CLINTON L., Representative, 2, 159; mileage and
salary bill, 11; mileage of, 37.

traveling allowances of, 37, 38.
BURLEIGH, John H., Representative, 158; traveling al- COBB, STEPHEN A., Representative, 169; traveling allow.
lowances of, 38.

ances of, 38.
BURROWS, JULIUS C., Representative, 169; traveling al-COBURN, JOHN, Representative, 2, 159; amendment to
lowances of, 38.

salary bill, 11; mileage and traveling allowances
BUTLER, BENJAMIN F., Representative, 1, 158; salary bill of, 37, 38: constitutional amendment proposed by,

and report of, 7, 8; salary resolution of, and vote 57; amendment to House currency bill, 171.
on, 9; motions on salary bill, 13, 14, 15, 22, 27, 33; COGHLAN, Joan M., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37;
amendments to salary bill, 10, 11, 22, 25; conferee on constitutional amendment proposed by, 56.
salary bill, 16; mileage and traveling allowances COIN, proposed constitutional amendment respecting,
of, 37, 38; report on the “Religious" amendment, 54; interest clause in act of 1862, 145; in Mr. Thad-
57; motion on House currency bill, 168; motions deus Stevens's amendment, 147: in Mr. V. B. Hor.
on civil rights bill and votes on, 207, 208; woman's ton's, 148; in Mr. Fessenden's bill, 149; in Mr.
rights, bill of and vote on, 209.

Collamer's amendment, 150; vote on, 151; in Mr.
BUTLER, RODERICK R., Representative

Sherman's bill, (S. 612,) 161; amendments relating
and traveling allowances of, 37, 38.

to, 162-165, 167, 171, 173, 176, 177, 179, 181,
CABINET OF ULISSES 8. GRANT, President, 158.

COKE, RICHARD, Governor of Texas, telegram respecto
CAIN, RICHARD H., Representative, 159; traveling al. ing Texas affairs, 109.
lowances of, 38.

COLE, CORNELIUS, Senator, 1; retroactive pay and miler
CALDWELL, ALEXANDER, Senator, 1; resignation of, note, age of, 35, 36.
1; retroactive pay and mileage of, 35, 36.

COLFAX, SCHUÝLER, Vice President, 1.
CALDWELL, JOHN H., Representative, 159; traveling al- COLLAMER, JACOB, amendment to legal tender bill of
lowances of, 38.

1862 and vote on, 150.
CALDWELL, ROBERT P., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37. COLORADO, President Grant's recommendation as to
CALIFORNIA, Senators and Representatives, 1, 2, 158, 159; 126; vote on admission of, 220; cost of public

proposed amendments to constitution of, 58; cost buildings in, 221; internal revenue from, 223;
of public buildings, &c., in, 221; internal revenue apportionment and distribution of bank currency
from, 223; apportionment and distribution of bank in, 224.
currency in, 224; elections in 1872, 228.

COMINGO, ABRAM, Representative, 2, 159; mileage and
CAMPBELL, LEWIS D., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37. traveling allowances of, 37, 38.
CAMERON, SIMOx, Senator, 1, 158; retroact tive pay an COMMERCE, President Grant on revival of, 116, 123; J.
mileage of, 35, 36.

Smith's resolution relative to internal, 192.
CANNON, JOSEPH G., Representative, 159; traveling al. COMMON SCHOOL SYSTEM, proposed amendment to estaba
lowances of, 38.

lish, 54; provisions in State constitutions respect-
CARPENTER, MATTHEW H., Senator, 1, 158; conferee on

ing, 62, 65, 67, 73, 82 1873. 18: restoration of former
salary bill, 18; retroactive pay and mileage of, 35, 36. COMPENSATION, by act of 1873, 18; restoration of form
CARROLL, JOHN M., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.

20-33; statement of, and mileage drawn by Sena-
CASEY, JAMES F., telegrams to and from respecting tors, 33; of Senators and Representatives, proposed
Louisiana affairs, 101, 105, 106.

amendments respecting, 57.
Cason, THOMAS J., Representative, 159; traveling al-CONGER, OMAR D., Representative, 2, 159; mileage and
lowances of, 38.

traveling allowances of, 37, 38.
CASSERLY, EUGENE, Senator, 1; retroactive pay and mile. CONGRESS, members of 42d, 1,2; of 43d, 158, 159.
age of, 35, 36; resignation of, note, 158.

CONKLING, ROSCOE, Senator, 1, 158; amendments to sal-
CENSUS, NINTE, President Grant on, 125.

ary bill and vote on, 31, 32; mileage of, 36; amend.
CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION, President Grant in annual ment to Senate currency bill and vote on, 164;

message on, 118; his proclamation respecting, 131; amendment to House currency bill, 176, 177; votes
special message on, 142.

on amendments, 178; views on power of Congress
CENTRAL ROUTE, The, report of Senate Select Committee over commerce, 200.
on, 195; benefits anticipated from, 197.

CONNECTICUT, Senators and Representatives, 1, 2, 158;
Cessna, JOHN, Representative, 159; motion on salary cost of public buildings, &c., in, 221; internal rep.
bill, 26; amendment to Utah bill, 218.

enue from, 223; apportionment and distribution
CAAFFEE, JEROME B., motion on admission of Colorado of bank currency in, 224; elections in 1872-73–74,
and vote on, 220.

228; Republican and Democratic platforms of
CHANDLER, ZACHARIAH, Senator, 1, 158; retroactive pay 1874, 229.

and mileage of, 35, 36; motion on House currency CONNER, JOHN C., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.
bill and vote on, 176.

CONOVER, SIMON B., Senator, 158.
CHASE, SALMON P., Chief Justice; order and injunction CONSTITUTION, proposed method of amending the,

of, 101, 102.
CHINESE COOLY TRADE, President Grant on, 119.

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS pro

esident
CIRCULATION, President's views on, 122, 134-137; corres Grant on, 121.

pondence ef Messrs. Knox & Hyde as to unas CONSTITUTION, STATE, amendments proposed and made
signed, 157; Mr. Sherman's bill, (8. 432 and 612,) to, 58-84.
160–166; Mr. Maynard's House currency bill, 166- CONTRACTION, House resolution of December 18, 1866,
184; outstanding, July 1, 1874, 224.

pledging co-operation in, 152; vote on, 153.
CIVIL LIST EXPENDITURES, amount of, in 1872–73 and Cook, PHILIP, Representative, 159, traveling allowances
since foundation of the Government, 227.

of, 38.

no:1

56.

COOLY TRADE, CAINESE, President Grant on, 119. | DE WITT, DAVID M., Representative, 158; traveling al-
COOPER, HENRY, Senator, 1, 158; retroactive pay and lowances of, 38; constitutional amendment pro-
mileage of, 35, 36.

posed by, 57.
CORBETT, Henry W., Senator, 1; mileage of, 36.

DickxY, OLIVER J., Representative, 2; amendment to
CORWIN, FRANKLIN, Representative, 159.

salary bill, 3; mileage of, 37.
COTTON, AYLETT R., Representative, 2, 159; mileage and DIRECT TAXES, receipts from in 1873, and since forma-
traveling allowances of, 37, 38.

tion of the Government, 227.
COURT, UNITED STATEs, mandate and order of, 101; in. DISABILITIES, Mr. Maynard's bill for the relief of, 214,
junction of, 102.

DISCRIMINATING DUTIES, President Grant's proclamation
COWDREY, Mr., Letter of President Grant to, 134.

respecting, 127, 131.
Cox, SAMUEL 6., Representative, 2, 158; amendment to DISTRIBUTION, copy of Mr. Sherman's bill for currency,

salary bill, 3; mileage and traveling allowances 160; of currency among the States, 224.
of, 37, 38.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, President Grant on, 118, 125; cost
CRAGIN, AARON H., Senator, 1,158; amendments to salary of public buildings in, 221; internal revenue from,

bill, 29, 30; retroactive pay and mileage of, 35, 36. 223; apportionment and distribution of bank cur-
CREAMER, TOOMAS J., Representative, 158; traveling rency in, 224.

allowances of, 38; constitutional amendment pro- DOBBING, SAMUEL A., Representative, 159; traveling al-
posed by, 57.

lowances of, 38.
CREBS, Joan M., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37. DODDS, OZRO J., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.
CREELY, JOHN V., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37. Donnan, WILLIAMG, Representative, 2,159; amendment
CRESWELL, JOHN A. J., Postmaster General, 158; resig to salary bill, 11; mileage and traveling allowances

nation of, 158; retroactive pay and mileage of, 35, 36. of, 37, 38.
CRITCHER, JOIN, Representative, 2, mileage of, 37. DORSEY, S. W., Senator, 158.
CRITTENDEN, Tuomas T., Representative, 159; traveling Dox, PETER M., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.
allowances of, 38.

DUAL OFFICE HOLDING, President Grant's prohibition of,
CROCKER, ALVAH, Representative, 1, 158: mileage and 128; Secretary of State's letter as to, 129.
traveling allowances of, 37, 38.

DUBOSE, DUDLEY M., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.
CROOK, WILLIAM H., letter on decoration day, 138. DUELL, R. HOLLAND, Representative, 2, 159; mileage and
CROOKE, PHILIP S., Representative, 158; traveling allow traveling allowances of, 37, 38.
ances of, 38.

DUKE, RICHARD T. W., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.
CROSSLAND, ÉDWARD, Representative, 2, 159; mileage DUNNBLL, MARK H., Representative, 2, 159; amendment
and traveling allowances of, 37, 38.

to salary bill, 3; mileage and traveling allowances
CROUNSE, LORENZO, Representative, 159; traveling allow of, 37, 38.
ances of, 38.

DURELL, É. H., Judge, mandate of, 101.
CROZIER, ROBERT, Senator, note, 158.

DURHAM, MILTON J., Representative, 159; traveling
CBUTCHFIELD, WILLIAM, Representative, 159; traveling allowances of, 38.
allowances of, 38.

DUTIES, proposed constitutional amendment respect-
CUBAN AFFAIRS, President Grant on, 114, 120.

ing, 56; legal tender notes in payment of, 164.
CURRENCY, President Grant on, 115, 122, 132–136; act of EAMES, BENJAMIN T., Representative, 2, 158; mileage

April 12, 1866, providing for a reduction of the, 153; and traveling allowances of, 37, 38.
of February 4, 1868, suspending further reduction | EAST TENNESSEE UNIVERSITY, President Grant's veto of
of the, and vote on, 154; correspondence of Messrs. bill for relief of, 139.
Knox and Hyde as to, 157; Mr. Sherman's bills, (S. EDEN, JOHN R., Representative, 159; traveling allow.
432 and 612,) 160-166; Mr. Maynard's House currency ances of, 38.

bills, 166-184; distribution among the States of, 224. | EDMUNDS, GEORGE F., Senator, 1, 158; motion on salary
CURRENCY BILLS, HOUSE, copies of Mr. Maynard's, 166, bill, 6, 18, 30; amendments to salary bill, 17, 29, 30,
178; legislative history of, 166-185.

31; retroactive pay and mileage of, 35, 36; report
CURRENCY BILLS, SENATE, President's veto of, 143; Sen. on the fourteenth amendment, 215.

ator Morton's letter in explanation of the, 155; ! EDUCATION, President Grant on, 118, 126.

copies of, 160, 165; legislative history of, 160-166. EIGHT-HOUR QUESTION, THE, President Grant's order
CURTIS, CARLTON B., Representative, 159; traveling al- | respecting, 126.
lowances of, 38

ELDRIDGE, CHARLES A., Representative, 2, 159; motion
CUSTOMS, amount of in 1872-73, and from formation of on salary bill, 16; mileage and traveling allow-
the Government, 227

ances of, 37, 38; motion on transportation bill, 188;
Dakota, internal revenue from, 223; apportionment motions on civil rights bill, and votes on, 206, 208.
and distribution of bank currency in, 224.

ELECTION or STATE OFFICERS, proposed amendment re-
DANFORD, LORENZO, Representative, 159; traveling al specting, 55.
lowances of, 38.

ELECTIONS, STATE, of 1872–3-'4, vote at, 228.
DARRALL, CHESTER B., Representative, 2, 159; mileage ELECTORAL VOTE of 1872, 228; college, 228.

and traveling allowances of, 37, 38; telegram re ELLIOTT, ROBERT B., Representative, 2, 159; mileage
specting Louisiana affairs, 106.

and traveling allowances of, 37, 38.
DAVIS, ALEXANDER M., unseated, note, 159; traveling al-ELY, SMITH, JR., Representative, 2; salary resolution
lowances of, 38.

of, 5; mileage of, 37.
Davis, David, electoral vote for in 1872, note, 228. EMORY, COLONEL W. H., orders relative to Arkansas
DAVIS, EDMUND J., Governor of Texas, telegrams re affairs, 100; telegrams relative to Louisiana affairs,
specting Texas affairs, 108, 109, 111.'

107, 108.
DAVIS, GARRETT, death of, note, 1; retroactive pay and ENFORCEMENT Acts, President Grant on, 117.
mileage of, 35, 36.

ERVIN, R. H., letter to, respecting Alabama affairs, 86.
DAVIS, HENRY Ġ., Senator, 1, 158; retroactive pay and Esty, CONSTANTINE C., Representative, 1; mileage of, 37.

mileage of, 35, 36; amendment to Senate currency EXPATRIATION, President Grant on, 119.
bill, and vote on, 163; views as to power of Con EXPENDITURES, PUBLIC. (See REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES.)
gress to regulate commerce, 200.

FARNSWORTH, JOHN F., Representative, 2; motion on
DAVIS, JOHN J., Representative. 2, 159; mileage of, 37. salary bill, and votes of, 14; amendments to salary
DAWES, HENRY L., Representative, 1, 158; amendments bill, 3, 12; mileage of, 37.

to salary bill, 4, 11; motion on salary bill, 22; mile- FARWELL, CHARLES B., Representative, 2, 159; mileage
age and traveling allowances of, 37, 38; conferee of, 37; amendment to House currency bill, 167;
on currency bill, 183; submits conference report, vote on amendment, 168; reports substitute, 178;
184; bill of volume of legal tender notes, 185.

conferee on currency bill, 180.
DEBT, PUBLIO, proposed amendment respecting the con- FEMALE SUPFRAGE. (See SUFFRAGE.)

solidation, &c., of the, 56; President Grant's state-FENTON, REUBEN E., Senator, 1, 158; return of retroactive
ment of, 114; Mr. Holman's and Mr. J. R. Hawley's pay, 35; mileage of, 36.
resolutions, and vote on, 187; on June 30, 1874, 222; FERRY, ORRIN S., Senator, 1, 158; amendment to salary
amount of interest on, paid in 1872 and 1873, 227; 1 bill, 6; retroactive pay and mileage of, 35, 36.
decrease of, during 1873-74, and since President FERRY, THOMAS W., Senator, 1, 158; salary bill of, 6;
Grant's accession, 222.

retroactive pay and mileage of, 35,36; conferes on
DECORATION Day, President Grant on the duties o

currency bill, 183.
DELANO, COLUMBUS, Secretary of the Interior, 158. FESSENDEN, WILLIAM P., finance bill of, 1862, 149.
DE LARGE, ROBERT C., Representative, 2; unseated, Field, Moses W., Representative, 158; traveling allow-
note, 2; mileage of, 37.

ances of, 38.
DELAWARE, Senators ard Representatives, 1, 2, 158, 159; FIELD, MR. JUSTICE, concurrence in the opinion of Me

cost of public buildings, &c., in, 221; internal reve- Justice Bradley in the Myra Bradwell case, 51.
nue from, 223; apportionment and distribution of FINANCIAL PROPOSITIONS, VOTES, AND ACTION, 160, 187.

bank currency in, 224; elections in 1872, 228. FINANCIAL QUESTION, President's views on, 122, 134, 137;
DENNIS, GEORGE R., Senator, 158.

propositions, votes, and action on, 160, 187.

FINKELNBURG, GUSTAVUS A., Representative, 2; mileage on Japanese vessels, 127; as to holding office, 128;
of, 37.

commanding dispersion of disorderly persons in
FISH, HAMILTON, Secretary of State, 158; explanatory Louisiana, 129; as to treaty of Washington, 130,

letter of, as to President's order respecting dual 132; as to international exhibition, 131; command-
office holding, 129.

ing dispersion of disorderly persons in Arkansas,
FISHERIES, President Grant's proclamation respecting, 132; INTERVIEWS AND LETTERS on public affairs of,
130, 132; special message relative to, 141.

134-138; to H. B. Claflin, C. L. Anthony, and Mr.
FLANAGAN, JAMES W., Senator, 1, 158; retroactive pay Cowdrey, 134; denial of threatened veto, 135; with
and mileage of, 35, 36.

Boston merchants, 135; with New York bankers,
FLANDERS, B. F., telegram respecting Louisiana affairs, 136: to Senator Jones, 136; with delegations from
106.

South Carolina and Louisiana, 138; to William H.
FLORIDA, Senators and Representatives, 1, 2, 158, 159; Crook, 138; to William P. Kellogg, 138; VETO AND

proposed amendments to constitution of, 62; cost SPECIAL MESSAGES, 139-157; veto of the East Tennes-
of public buildings, &c., in, 221; internal revenue see University and the Manchester Salt Works
from, 223; apportionment and distribution of bank bills. 139; calling attention to affairs in Utah, 140:
currency in, 224; elections in 1872, 228.

to treaty of Washington, 141; to condition of affairs
FOREIGN INTERCOURSE EXPENDITURES, amount of, in 1872, I in Louisiana, 141; transmitting report of Centen-

1873, and since formation of the Government, 227. nial Commissioners, 142; transmitting report of
FOREIGN RELATIONS, President Grant on, 119.

Civil Service Commission, 143; veto of Senate cur-
FORESTS, President Grant on protection of, 118.

rency bill, 143; CABINET of, 158, popular and elect-
FORKER, SAMUEL C., Representative. 2: mileage of. 37. oral vote for, in 1872, 228.
FORT, GREENBURY L., Representative, 159; traveling al-GRAY, WILLIAM, 'report of interview with President
lowances of, 38.

Grant, 135.
FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS, statement of appropriations GREELEY, HORACE, popular vote for, in 1872, 228; elect.
made by, 225.

oral vote for, note, 228.
FORTY-SECOND CONGRESS, members of the, 1, 2; number | GREENBACKS, limiting the issue of, act of June 30, 1864,

of Representatives in, 2; mileage paid to members 152; providing for a reduction of, April 12, 1866,
of, 36; statement of appropriations made by, 225, 153; suspending further reduction of, February 4.
226.

1868, 154; Mr. Sherman's bills, 160-166; Mr. May-
FORTY-THIRD CONGRESS, traveling allowances in, 37; } nard's bills, 166-184.

members of. 158, 159: statement of appropriations | GRIFFITH, SAMUEL, Representative, 2; mileage of. 37.
made by, 226.

GUNCKEL, LEWIS B., Representative, 159.
FOSTER, CHARLES, Representative, 2, 159; mileage and GUNTER, THOMAS M. Representative, 159.

traveling allowances of, 37, 38; amendment to HAGANS, J. MARSHALL, Representative, 159.
House currency bill, and vote on, 73.

HAGER, JOAN S., Senator, 158,
FOSTER, HENRY D., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37 HALDEMAN, RICHARD J., Representative, 2; mileage of,
FOSTER, WILDER D., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37. 37.
FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT, interpretation of the, 215. HALE, EUGENE, Representative, 1,158; motion on salary
FREE COMMON SCHOOLS, proposed amendment to estab bill, 21, 25, 33; amendments to salary bill, 3, 4; sal-

lish, 54; provisions in State constitutions respect ary resolution of, 20; salary bills of, 20, 22; mileage
ing, 62, 65, 67, 73, 82.

of, 37; motion on mileage bill, 38; constitutional
FREE BANKING, President Grant on, 122, 136-138; propo amendment proposed by, 57; conferee on civil ser-
sitions respecting, 167, 172, 178.

vice, 222.
FREEMAN, JAMES C., Representative, 159; traveling al- HALE, ROBERT S., Representative, 158; amendment to
lowances of, 38.

salary bill, and vote on, 23; traveling allowances
FRELINGHUYSEN, FREDERICK T., Senator, 1, 158; amend of, 38.

ment to salary bill, 6; return of retroactive pay, HALSEY, GEORGE A., Representative, 2, mileage of, 37.
35; mileage of, 36; constitutional amendment pro HAMBLETON, SAMUEL, Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.
posed by, 53; amendment to Senate currency bill, HAMILTON, MORGAN C., Senator, 1, 158; retroactive pay
and vote on, 163; civil rights bill of, 206; amend and mileage of, 35, 36.
ment to Utah bill, 219.

HAMILTON, P., State Senator, letters to, respecting Ala-
FRYE, WILLIAM P., Representative, 1, 158; mileage and

bama affairs, 85, 86.
traveling allowances of, 37, 38.

HAMILTON, ROBERT, Representative, 169; traveling al-
GARFIELD, JAMES A., Representative, 2, 159; motions on lowances of, 38.

salary bill, 7, 10-13, 16, 18; amendments to salary | HAMILTON, WILLIAM T., Senator, 1, 158; amendments to
bill, 3, 11, 12, 13; conferee on salary bill, 16; confer salary bill, 28, 31: mileage of, 36; constitutional
ence report of, 18; mileage and traveling allow amendment proposed by, 54; amendment to civil
ances of, 37, 38; conferee on civil service, 222.

rights bill, and vote on, 207.
GARRETT, ABRAHÁM É., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37. HAMLIN, HANNIBAL, Senator, 1, 158; amendment to sal-
GENEVA ARBITRATION, members of, 213.

ary bill, 29; concerning retroactive pay of, 35;
GENEVA AWARD, President Grant'on, 113, 119; made by mileage of, 36.
tribunal of arbitration, 211.

HANDLEY, WILLIAM A., Representative, 2; mileage of,
GEORGIA, Senators and Representatives, 1, 2

37.
cost of public buildings, &c., in, 221'; internal rev HANCOCK, JOHN, Representative, 2, 159; mileage and
enue from, 223; apportionment and distribution of traveling allowances of, 37, 38.
bank currency in, 224; elections in 1872, 228; par Hanks, JAMES M., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.
tial rejection of electoral vote of, note, 228.

HARBOR AND RIVER IMPROVEMENTS, cost of, 221.
GETZ, J. LAWRENCE, Representative, 2; mileage of, 37. HARLAN, JAMES, Senator, 1; retroactive pay and mile.
GIDDINGS, DEWITT C., Representative, 2, 159

endment proposed
and traveling allowances of, 37, 38.

by, 53.
GILBERT, ABIJAH, Senator, 1, 158; retroactive pay and HARMER, ALFRED C., Representative, 2, 159; mileage and
mileage of, 35, 36.resentative, 159; traveling allow-

traveling allowances of 37, 38.
GLOVER, JOHN M., Representative, 159; traveling allo

HARPER, JAMES C., Representative, 2; miles ge of, 37.
ances of, 38.

HARRINGTON, S. R., orders to, respecting Arkansas af-
GOLDTHWAITE, GEORGE, Senator, 1, 158; retroactive pay fairs, 88.
and mileage of, 35, 36.

HARRIS, BENJAMIN W., Representative, 158; traveling
GOLLADAY, EDWARD J., Representative, 2; mileage of, 37. allowances of, 38.
Gooch, DANIEL W., Répresentative, 158; traveling allow HARRIS, GEORGE E., Representative. 2; mileage of, 37.
ances of, 38.

HARRIS, HENRY R., Representative, 159; traveling al.
GOODRICH, Milo, Representative, 2; mileage of, 37.

lowances of, 38.
GORDON, John B., Senator, 158; amendment to salary HARRIS, JOHN'T., Representative, 2, 159; mileage of, 37.
bill, 30.

HARRISON, HORÁCE H., Representative, 169; traveling
GORHAM, GEORGE C., Secretary of the Senate, 1, 158.

allowances of, 38.
GRANT, ULYSSES S., President, relative to salary of, 3, 4, HARVEY, JAMES M., Senator, 158.

7-9, 10, 11, 23, 28-31; action in the affairs of Ala HATCHER, ROBERT A., Representative, 159; traveling al-
bama, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas, 85-112; re lowances of, 38.
plies to Baxter and Brooks, and orders to Secretary HATHORN, HENRY H., Representative, 158.
of War, General Sherman, and Captain Rose, 87, 89, HAVENS, HARRISON É., Representative, 2, 159; mileage
90, 94, 100; orders to General Emory, 107, 108; MES and traveling allowances of, 37, 38.
SAGES of, second inaugural, 112; fourth annual, 113- HAWLEY, John B., Representative, 2, 159; mileage of,
119; fifth annual, 119-126; PROCLAMATIONS AND OR- | _ 37; bill of, on transportation, 187; vote on bill, 188.
DERS, 126-132; respecting wages of labor, 126; as to HAWLEY, JOSEPH R., Representative, 2, 158; amendment
ships and vessels of Norway and Sweden, 127; as to to salary bill, 11; mileage and traveling allowances
discriminating duties on French vessels, 127, 131;! of, 37, 38; resolution on public debt, 187.

Obouvalves, 1, 2, 158, 159:

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