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Mr. Luke P. Poland

Mr. Robert C. Schenck Theodore M. Pomeroy Rufus P. Spalding C. H. Prince

William B. Stokes John V.L, Pruyn

Frederick Stone William H. Robertson Stephen Taber William E. Robinson

Mr. Francis Thomas Mr. Philadelph Van Trump
Nelson Tift

Henry D. Washburn
Ginery Twichell

Fernando Woul Daniel M. Van Auken George W. Woolsard Robert T. Van Horn

P. M. B. Young.

Those not voting are

Mr. George M. Adams Mr. Samuel F. Gove
Nathaniel P. Banks

Charles Haight
William H. Barnum Charles M. Hamilton
Henry L. Cake

Abner C. Harding Oliver J. Dickey

Asahel W. Hubbard Nathan F. Dixon

James M. Humphrey Grenville M. Dodge

Bethu-l M. Kitchen Ignatius Donnelly

Israel G. Lash John F. Driggs

Benjamin F. Loan W. P. Edwards

James M. Marvin Benjamin Eggleston Horace Maynard Thomas D. Eliot

Hiram McCullough James A. Garfield

George F. Miller Adam J. Glossbrenner James K. Moorhead James H. Gons

M r. John Morrissey

Mr. J. H. Sypher
John A. Nicholson

John Taffe
David A, Nunn

John Trimble
Charles O'Neill

Lawrence S. Trimble
Halbert E. Paine

Henry Van Aernam 8. Newton Pettis

Charles H. Van Wyck
Charles E. Phelps

Michael Vidal
Daniel Polsley

EUibu B. Washburne
Samuel J. Randall

Thomas Williams
Logan H. Roots

James F. Wilson
Lewis W. Ross

John T. Wilson
Samuel Shellabarger Stephen F. Wilson
Charles Sitgreaves

William Windom Worthington C. Smith Fred'k E. Woodbridge.

So the motion to reconsider was agreed to.
The question recurred on the said amendment.
Pending which,

Mr. Holman, from the Committee on Enrolled Bills, reported that the committee had examined and found truly enrolled a bill of the following title, viz:

H. R. 1812. An act to allow deputy collectors and assistant assessors of internal revenue, acting as collectors or assessors, the pay of collectors and assessors ;

When
The Speaker signed the same.

By unanimous consent, leave of absence at this evening's session was granted to Mr. Knott and Mr. Raum.

The hour of 41 o'clock p. m. having arrived, the House took a recess until 73 o'clock p. m.

After the recess,

The Speaker, by unanimous consent, laid before the House executive communications as follows, viz:

I. A letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, relative to a lighthouse at the mouth of Yaquina bay, Oregon; which was referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

II. A letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting additional papers relative to the Paraguayan difficulties; which was referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs and ordered to be printed.

The House then resumed the consideration of the bill of the House (H. R. 1672) making appropriations for the legislative, executive, and judicial expenses of the government for the year ending June 30, 1970, the pending question being on the amendment submitted by Mr. Poland. And the question being put,

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Mr. Stevenson Archer

Delos R. Ashley
James M. Ashley
Samuel B. Axtell
James B. Beck
Auxtin Blair
Benjamin M. Boyer
Jannes Bro ks

Mr. Albert G. Burr

Roderick R, Butler
John B. Callis
John W. Chanler
J. W. Clift
John T. Deweese
Charles A. Eldridge
J. S. Golladay

Mr. Samuel F. Gove

William Higby
Julius Hotchkiss
Thomas A. Jenckes
James A. Johnson
Alexander H. Jones
Thomas L. Jones
Michael C. Kerr

Mr. Bethuel M. Kitchen

George V. Lawrence
Benjamin F. Loan
Rufus Mallory
Samuel S. Marshall
James K. Moorhead
Daniel J. Morrell
William Mungen

Butonowell

Mr. Leonard Myers
Mr. Luke P. Poland

Mr. William B. Stokes Mr. Daniel M. Van Auken
J. P. New ham
C. H. Prince
Stephen Taber

Henry D. Washburu Charles O'Neill William H. Robertson Francis Thomas

Stephen F. Wilson Sidney Perham William E. Robinson Ginery Twichell

Fernando Wood.
Charles W. Pierce

Rufus P. Spalding
Those who voted in the negative are-
Mr. William B. Allison Mr. Henry L. Dawes Mr. Francis W. Kellogg Mr. Green B. Raum
Alexander H. Bailey Columbus Delano

William H. Kelsey

Philetux Sawyer
Jehu Baker
Nathan F. Dixon
John H. Ketcham

Glenui W. Scotield Fernando C. Beaman Jacob H. Ela

William H. Koontz

Lewis Selye
John Beatty
Orange Ferriss
Addison H. Laflin

John P. O. Shanks
John F. Benjamin
Thomas W. Ferry
William Lawrence

H. H. Stark weather Jacob Benton William C. Fields John A. Logan

Aaron F. Stevens George S. Boutwell J. Lawrence Getz

William Loughridge Thomas E. Stewart Nathaniel Boyden John A. Griswold John Lynch

John H Stover Henry P. H. Bromwell Charles Haight

Horace Mavnard

Caleb N. Trylor
John M. Broomall
George A. Halsey
Dennis McCarthy

Row'd E. Trowbridge
Ralph P. Buckland
Abner C. Harding

James R. McCormick Charles Upson Charles W. Buckley Isaac R. Hawkins

Samuel McKee

Burt Van Horn
Benjamin F. Butler
John Hill
Ulysses Mercur

Hamilton Ward
John C. Churchill
William S. Holman
William Moore

Cadwal'r C. Washburn
Reader W. Clarke
Benjamin F. Hopkins James Mullins

William B. Washburu
Sidney Clarke
Chester D. Hubbard

Carman A. Newcomb Martin Welker
Amasa Cobb
Calvin T. Hulburd
Godlove S. Orth

B. F. Whittemore
Burton C. Cook
Morton C. Hunter
John A. Peters

Williain Williams
Thomas Cornell
Norman B. Judd
Frederick A. Pike

James F. Wilson
John Cov. de
George W. Julian
Tobias A. Plants

John T. Wilson.
Shelby M. Cullom
William D. Kelley

Hiram Price
Those not voting are-
Mr. George M. Adams Mr. Ephraim R. Eckley Mr. J. Proctor Knott Mr. Robert C. Schenck
Oakes Ames
W. P. Edwards
Israel G. Lash

Samuel Shellabarger George W. Anderson Benjamin Eggleston William S. Lincoln

Charles Sitgreaves Samuel M. Arnell Thomas D. Eliot James M. Marvin

Worthingtou C. Sunith
John D. Baldwin
James T. Elliott
Hiram McCullough

Fre lerick Stone
Nathaniel P. Bank,
John F. Farnsworth George F. Miller

J. H. Sypher
Demas Barnes
John Fox
John Morrissey

John Taffe
William H. Barnum
Jolin R. French
William E. Niblack

Nelson Tift
John A. Bingham
James A. Garfield
John A. Nicholson

John Trimble
W. Jasper Blackburn Adam J. Glossbrenner Benjamin W. Norris Lawrence S. Trimble
James G. Blaine
James H. Goss
David A. Nunn

Henry Van Aernam Thomas Boles Joseph J, Gravely Halbert E. Paine

Robert T. Van Hora C. C. Bowen Ana P. Grover S. Newton Pettis

Philadelph Van Truunp Henry L. Cake Charles M. Hamilton Charles E. Phelps

Charles H. Van Wyck
Samuel F. Cary
Thomas Haughey
William A. Pile

Michael Vidal
John Coburn
David Heaton
Daniel Polsley

Ellihu B. Washburne
Simeon Corley
Samuel Hooper

Theodore M. Pomeroy Thomas Williams
Oliver J. Dickey
Asahel W. Hubbard John V. L. Pruyn

William Wir dom
Oliver H. Dockery
Richard D. Hubbard Samuel J. Randall

Fred E. Woodbridge
Grenville M. Dodge
James M. Humphrey Logan H. Rosts

George W. Woodward Ignatius Donnelly Ebon C. Ingersoll Lewis W. Ross

P. M. B. Young. John F. Driggs

So the said amendment was disagreed to.
The amendment submitted by Mr. Holman was also disagreed to.
All of the amendments having been disposed of,
Ordered, That the bill be engrossed and read a third time..
Being engrossed, it was accordingly read the third time and passed.

Mr. Scofield moved that the vote last taken be reconsidered, and also moved that the motion to reconsider be laid on the table; which latter motion was agreed to.

Ordered, That the Clerk request the concurrence of the Senate in the said bill.

The Speaker, by unanimous consent, laid before the House a report of the board of managers of disabled volunteer soldiers; which was referred to the Committee on Military Affairs and ordered to be printed.

Mr. Pike, by unanimous consent, submitted a report of the Committee on Naval Affairs in regard to the purchase by Theodore Zeller, engineer of the Philadelphia navy yard, of certain tools and machinery; which was laid on the table and, together with the views of a minority of the said committee, submitted by Mr. Kelley, ordered to be printed.

On motion of Mr. Laflin, by unanimous consent, the joint resolution of the Senate (S. R. 231) providing for the reporting and publication of the debates in Congress, was taken from the Speaker's table and read a first and second time.

Pending the question on its third reading,
After debate,
Mr. Laflin submitted an amendment.
Pending which,
Mr. Laftlin moved the previous question ; which was seconded.
And the question being put, Shall the main question be now put ?

(Yeas ...............
It was decided in the negative, { Nays ........................

( Not voting .................... The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present,

Those who voted in the affirmative are-
Mr. William B. Allison Mr. Nathan F. Dixon Mr. John II. Ketcham Mr. Lewis Selye
Alexander H. Bailey Ephraim R. Eckley

Williain H. Koontz

Rufus P. Spalding Nathaniel P. Bankk Jacob H. Ela Addison H. Laflin

H. H. Starkweather Fernando C. Beannan Thomas D Eliot

William Lougbridge Thomas E, Stewart John F. Ben kimin Jaines T. Elliott Jobn Lynch

William B. Stokes Austin Blair Orange Ferris Dennis McCarthy

John Taffe George S. Boutwell Thomas W. Ferry

William Moore

Row'd E. Trowbridge Nathaniel Buyden William C. Fields Daniel J. Morrell

Ginery Twichell
Ralph P. Buckland
Jamey H. Goss

Carman A. Newcomb Charles Upson
Benjamin F. Butler
John A. Griswold
J. P. Newsham

Burt Van Horn
Roderick R. Butler Charles M. Hamilton

John A. Peters

Hamilıon Ward
John C. Churchill
David Heaton
Tobias A. Plants

William B. Washburn
Realler W. Clarke
John Hill
Hiram Price

Martin Welker J. W. Clift

Benjamin F. Hopking William H. Robertson B. F. Whitteruore Simeon Corley Chester D. Hubbard Pbiletun Sawyer

Jamex F. Wilson
Thomas Cornell
Cals in T. Hulburd
Robert C. Schenck

John T. Wilson
Henry L. Dawes
Morton C. Hunter
Glenni W. Scofield

William Windom. John T. Deweese

Thomas A. Jenckes
Those who voted in the negative are-
Mr. Stevenson Archer Mr. Benjamin Eggleston Mr. Norman B. Judd Mr. Charles O'Xeill
Delos R. Ashley
Charles A. Eldridge
William D. Kelley

Godlove S. Orth
Samur1 B. Axtell
John F. Farnsworth Francis W. Kellogg

Luke P. Poland
Jehu Baker
Johu Fox
William H. Kelsey

C.H. Prince
Denas Barnes
J. Lawrence Getz
Michael C. Kerr

Green B. Raum
John Bratty
J.S. Golladay
William Lawrence

William E. Robinson
James B. Beck
Samuel F. Gove
John A. Logan

Logan H. Roots Jacob Benton Joseph J. Gravely Rufus Mallory

Lewis W. Ross Henry P. H. Bromwell Aya P. Grover

Sanuel S. Marshall

Aaron F. Stevens James Brooks Charles Haight Horate Maynard

John H. Stover
John M. Broomall
George A. Halsey

James R. McCormick Stephen Taber
Albert G. Burr
Abner C. Harding
Samnel McKee

Caleb N. Taylor
John W. Chunler
Isanc R. Hawkius
Ulyssen Mercur

Francis Thomas Sidney Clarke Wi liaun Higby George F. Miller

Daniel M. Van Auken Amata Cobb William S. Holman

James K. Moorhead Cadwal'r C. Washbura John Coburn Julius Hotchkiss Janes Mullins

Henry D. Washburn Burton C. Cook James M. Humphrey Willian Mungen

William Williams John Covode James A. Johnson Leonard Myers

Fernando Wood Shelby M. Cullom Thomas L. Jones William E. Niblack

George W. Woodward, Oliver J. Dickey

Those not voting areMr. George M. Adams Mr. Grenville M, Dodge Mr. Benjamin F. Loan Mr. Samuel Shellabarger Oakes Ames Ignatius Douneliy James M. Marvin

Charles Sitgreaves George W. Anderson John F. Driggy

Hiram McCullough

Worthington C. Smith Samuel M. Arnell W.P. Edwards John Morrissey

Frederick Stone
James M. Ashley
John R. French
John A. Nicholson

J. H. Sypher
John D. Ballwin
James A. Gartield

Benjamin W. Norris Nelson Tift
William H. Barnum Adam J. Glossbrenner David A. Nunn

John Trimble
John A. Bingham
Thomas Haughey
Halbert E. Paine

Lawrence S. Trimble W. Jasper Blackburn Samuel Hooper

Sidney Perham

Henry Van Aerpam James G. Blaine Asahel W. Hubbard S. Newton Pettis

Robert T. Van Horn Thomas Boles Richard D. Hubbard Charles E. Phelps

Philadelph Van Trump C.C. Bowen Ebon C. Ingersoll Charles W. Pierce

Charles H. Van Wyck Benjamin M Bover Alexander H. Jones Frederick A. Pike

Michael Vidal Charles W. Buckley George W. Julian

William A. Pile

Ellihu B. Waxhbarve Henry L. Cake Bethuel M. Kitchen Daniel Polsley

Thomas Williams John B. Callis J. Proctor Knott

Theodore M. Pomeroy Stepheu F. Wilson Samuel F. Cary I-rael G. Lash John V. L, Pruyn

Fred'k E. Woodbridge Columbus Delano George V. Lawrence Samuel J. Randall

P. M. B. Young, Oliver H. Dockery William S. Lincoln

John P. C. Shanks

So the House refused to order the main question to be now put, and the bill was returned to the Speaker's table.

A message from the Senate, by Mr. Gorham, their Secretary: Mr. Speaker: The Senate agree to the further conference asked by the House on the disagreeing votes of the two houses on the bill of the House (H. R. 1570) making appropriations for the consular and diplomatic expenses of the government for the year ending June 30, 1870, and for other purposes, and have appointed Mr. Sumner, Mr. Frelinghuysen, and Mr. Whyte the conferees on the part of the Senate.

The Senate have passed bills of the House of the following titles, viz:

H. R. 596. An act granting a pension to Mary A. Davis, widow of William P. Davis, a private in the 18th regiment of Indiana volunteers, in the war of 1861;

H, R. 1928. An act granting a pension to Samuel Barthalon; and

H. R. 1930, An act granting a pension to Madge K. Guthrie and Rob. ert B. Guthrie; severally with amendments, in which I am directed to ask the concurrence of the House; and

H. R. 1933. An act granting a pension to Henry Reimann;
H. R. 1932. An act granting a pension to John M. Flynn;
H. R. 1934. An act granting a pension to Mahala M. Freeman;

H. R. 1919. An act granting back pension to Edmund W. Wandell, of Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania ;

H. R. 1920. An act granting a pension to Katharine Dryer, widow of Sylvester Dryer, deceased, late private of company H, of the 10th regiment of Minnesota volunteers ;

H. R. 1921. An act granting a pension to Katharine O'Conners, widow of Timothy O'Conners, deceased, late private company C, of the 33d regiment Massachusetts volunteers;

H. R. 1922. An act granting a pension to Mary J. Hutton, widow of John C. Hutton, deceased;

H. R. 1923. An act granting a pension to Elizabeth Radigan, widow of John Radigan, deceased, who was a private in company A, of the 49th Pennsylvania volunteers;

H. R. 1924. An act granting a pension to John A. Parker, a soldier in the war of 1861 :

H. R. 1925. An act granting a pension to Clarissa K. Grant;
H. R. 1931. An act granting a pension to Jacob Huggins;
H. R. 1935. An act granting a pension to Charles H. B. King;
H. R. 1926. An act granting a pension to Ann Smith;

H. R. 1927. An act granting a pension to Harriet M. Mills, widow of Samuel J. Mills, deceased, late a private in company F, of 2d regiment Connecticut volunteers;

H. R. 1929. An act granting a pension to Juliet E. Hall;
H. R. 1918. An act to increase the pension of William H. Johnson;

H. R. 1917. An act granting a pension to Charlotte Webster, widow of Timothy Webster, deceased;

H. R. 1903. An act granting a pension to Charles Mains, of Tennessee
H. R. 1632. An act granting a pension to Joseph M. Hudson;
H. R. 1600. An act granting a pension to Mary R. Brown;
H. R. 1586. An act granting a pension to Mrs. Naomi Adams;
H. R. 1434. An act granting a pension to William M. Simpson;
H. R. 1321. An act granting a pension to Mrs. Susan Carson;
H. R. 1971. An act granting a pension to Jacob S. Baker;
H. R. 1963. An act granting a pension to Emily H. Gardner;
H. R. 1962. An act granting a pension to William McDonald;
H. R. 1961. An act granting a pension to Sarah A. Wilcox;
H. R. 1960. An act granting a pension to Ellen Green;

H. R. 1959. An act granting a pension to Edward W. White;
H. R. 1958. An act granting a pension to Allen E. Rector;
H. R. 1957. An act granting a pension to Rachel C. Floyd;
H. R. 1956. An act granting a pension to Lorenzo Dav;
H. R. 1955. An act increasing the pension of William J. Patten;
H. R. 1954. An act granting a pension to Maria Walters ;
H. R. 1953. An act granting a pension to John R. Ray;
H. R. 1952. An act granting a pension to Matilda Carney;
H. R. 1951. An act granting a pension to Martha E. McKinney;
H. R. 1950. An act granting a pension to Richard Look;
II. R. 1949. An act granting a pension to James H. Maguire;
H. R. 1948. An act granting a pension to Nancy Reed;
H. R. 1947. An act granting a pension to Catherine S. B. Spear;
H. R. 1946. Ari act granting a pension to Mary A. Amer;
H. R. 1945. An act granting a pension to Sarah A. Scherr;
H. R. 1944. An act granting a pension to Bridget Hayes;

II. R. 1943. An act granting a pension to the widow and minor children of St. Richard H. Allen;

H. R. 1942. An act granting a pension to Lucinda A. Wilder;
H. R. 1941. An act granting a pension to Betsey S. Jackman;
H. R. 1910. An act granting a pension to Cyrus Hall;
H. R. 1939. An act for the relief of John Gestiger;
II. R. 1938. An act granting a pension to Julia A. Fisher;
H. R. 1937. An act granting a pension to Lucinda Pangle; and

H. R. 1936. An act granting a pension to Mary Ann Shurlock; severally without amendment.

The Senate have also passed bills of the following titles, viz:
S. 964. An act increasing the pension of George A. Schreiner;
S. 965. An act for the relief of Elizabeth Mathys;
S. 966. An act granting a pension to Anna E. Frei; and

S. 977. An act granting a pension to Mrs. Zelica T. Dunlap; in which I am directed to ask the concurrence of the House.

The Senate have agreed, two-thirds of the senators present concurring, to the report of the committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the two houses on the joint resolution (S. R. 8) proposing an amend. ment to the Constitution of the United States.

The House then resumed the consideration of the bill of the House (H. R. 1911) making appropriations and to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the service of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1869, and for other purposes—with the pending amendments thereto.

Amendments numbered 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 211 were then read as follows, viz:

Sixteenth amendment:

For the continuation of the work on the United States court-house and post office at Madison, Wisconsin, $25,000.”

Seventeenth amendment:

For construction of a public building at Springfield, Nlinois, for a court-house and post office and accommodation of offices of the United States, $25,000.”

Eighteenth amendment:
For construction of appraisers' stores at Philadelphia, $37,500."
Nineteenth amendment :

For the construction of the public building at Cairo, Mlinois, to be used as a post office, custom-house, and the United States court-room, $25,000."

Twentieth amendment: For the construction of a custom-house at St. Paul, Minnesota, $25,000.” Twenty-first amendment:

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