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The committee is unanimously of the opinion | Utah, in person or by deputy, to attend all sesthat this question must be answered in the nego sions of the supreme and district courts in said ative.
Territory, and to serve and execute all process The“ privileges and immunities of citizens of and writs issued out of, and all orders, judg. the United States," mentioned in the petition as ments, and decrees made by said courts, or by secured by the fourteenth amendment, do not any judge thereof, unless said court or judge include the right of suffrage. If they did, the shall otherwise order in any particular case. All right must necessarily exist in all citizens of the process, writs, or other papers left with said United States, from the mere fact of citizenship, marshal, or either of his deputies, shall be served without the power in any State or in Congress without delay, and in the order in which they to abridge the same in any degree; and in such are received, upon payment or tender of his case, therefore, no qualification of any kind could legal fees therefor; and it shall be unlawful for he imposed, and all persons, (being citizens,) said marshal to demand or receive mileage for males and females, infants, lunatics, and crimi- any greater distance than the actual distance by nals, without respect to age, length of residence, the usual routes from the place of service or exeor any other thing, would be entitled to partici-cution of process, writ, or other paper, to the pate directly in all elections. Every provision place of return of the same, except that when it in every State, which experience has proved to shall be necessary to convey any person arrested be essential to security and good order in society, by legal authority out of the county in which would thereby be overthrown. It is enough to he is arrested, said marshal shall be entitled to say that the rights secured by this amendment mileage for the whole distance necessarily travto the Constitution are of an altogether different eled in delivering the person so arrested before character.
the court or officer ordering such arrest. Said The fifteenth amendment does apply to rights marshal is hereby authorized to appoint as many of suffrage, and to those only. By it the State deputies as may be necessary, each of whom shall of Rhode Island, in common with every other have authority, in the name of said marshal, to State, is forbidden to deny or abridge the right perform any act with like effect and in like of citizens of the United States “to vote on ac- manner as said marshal; and the marsbal shall count of race, color, or previous condition of be liable for all official acts of such deputies as servitude.” But, plainly, the constitution of if done by himself. Such appointment shall not Rhode Island does not preclude any citizen from be complete until he shall give bond to said voting on either or any of the grounds thus pro marshal, with sureties, to be by him approved, hibited. No fact of race, or color, or previous in the penal sum of $10,000, conditioned for the servitude prevents any citizen from voting in faithful discharge of his duties; and he shall also Rhode Island. Neither of these qualities de- take and subscribe the same oath prescribed by pends in any degree upon the place of his na law to be taken by said marshal; and said aptivity. This seems too obvious to need discus-pointment, bond, and oath shall be filed and sion. It is also a fact, appearing in the public remain in the office of the clerk of the supreme records of Congress, and doubtless known to court of said Territory. In actions brought petitioners, that when the fifteenth amendment against said marshal for the misfeasance or nonwas under consideration by Congress it was pro- feasance of any deputy, it shall be lawful for the posed to embrace in it à probibition of any plaintiff, at his option, to join the said deputy denial of suffrage on account of “pativity," and and the sureties on his bond with said marshal that this proposition was not agreed to, for the and his sureties. Any processes, either civil or reason that Congress did not think it expedient cricoinal, returnable to the supreme or district to restrict the ancient powers of the States in courts, may be served in any county by the sheriff these respects any further than appeared to be thereof or bis legal deputy, and they may also absolutely needful to secure to the whole people serve any other processes which may be authorthe great results of the overthrow of the rebel- ized by act of the territorial Legislature.
SEC. 2. That it shall be the duty of the United The committee is, therefore, of opinion that States attorney in said Territory, in person or there is nothing in the provisions of the con- by an assistant, to attend all the courts of record stitution of Rhode Island referred to in conflict having jurisdiction of offenses as well under the with the Constitution of the United States. laws of said Territory as of the United States,
Whether these provisions are wise or right in and perform the duties of prosecuting officer in themselves is a matter over which neither the all criminal cases arising in said courts; and he committee nor Congress has any control. That is hereby authorized to appoint as many assistsubject belongs to the people of Rhode Island, ants as may be necessary, each of whom shail who, it must be presumed, will correct any and subscribe the same oath as is prescribed by law all errors that may, from time to time, be found for said United States attorney; and the said to exist in her internal affairs.
appointment and oath shall be filed and remain
in the office of the clerk of the supreme court The Utah Bill.
of said Territory. The United States attorney
shall be entitled to the same fees for services IN HOUSE.
rendered by said assistants as he would be enti1874, June 2 Mr. POLAND, from the Judiciary tled to for the same services if rendered by him. Committee, reported back with amendments self. The territorial Legislature may provide House bill 3097:
| for the election of a prosecuting attorney in any Be it enacted, &c., That it shall be the duty of county; and such attorney, if authorized so to the United States marshal of the Territory ofl do by such Legislature, may commence prosecu
tions for offenses under the laws of the Territory and from the judgments of the probate courts an within such county, and if such prosecution is appeal shall lie to the district court of the district carried to the district court by recognizance or embracing the county in which such probate appeal, or otherwise, may aid in conducting the court is held in such cases and in such manner prosecution in such court. And the costs and as the Supreme Court of said Territory may, by expenses of all prosecutions for offenses against general rules framed for that purpose, specify any law of the territorial Legislature shall be and designate, and such appeal shall vacate the paid out of the treasury of the Territory. judgment appealed from, and the case shall be
Sec. 3. That there shall be held in each year tried de novo in the appellate court. Appeals two terms of the Supreme Court of said Terri- may be taken from both justices' and probate tory, and four terms of each district court, at courts to the district court of their respective such times as the Governor of the Territory may districts in cases where judgments have been by proclamation fix. The district courts shall heretofore rendered and remain unexecuted; but have exclusive original jurisdiction in all suits this provision shall not enlarge the time for takor proceedings in chancery, and in all actions at ing an appeal beyond the periods now allowed law in which the sum or value of the thing in by the existing laws of said Territory for taking controversy shall be $300 or upward, and in appeals. Whenever the condition of the busiall controversies where the title, possession, or ness in the district court of any district is such boundaries of land, or mines or mining claims that the judge of the district is unable to do the shall be in dispute, whatever their value, except same, he may request the judge of either of the in actions for forcible entry or forcible or unlaw- other districts to assist him, and, upon such reful detainer; and they shall have jurisdiction quest made, the judge so requested may hold tho in suits for divorce. When a bill is filed by a whole or part of any term, or any branch thereof, woman to declare a marriage or pretended mar- and his acts as such judge shall be of equal force riage void, on account of a previous subsisting as if he were duly assigned to hold the courts in marriage of the defendant to another woman, such district. the court or judge thereof nay grant such rea- SEC. 4. That within sixty days after the passonable sum for alimony and counsel fees as the sage of this act, and in the month of January circumstances of the case will justify; and may annually thereafter, the clerk of the district likewise, by final decree, make such allowance court in each judicial district, and the judge of for the maintenance of the complainant and her probate of the county in which the district court children by the defendant as may be just and is next to be held, shall prepare a jury list from reasonable. And whenever, in any proceeding which grand and petit jurors shall be drawn, to for divorce, or in any civil cause, or in any crim- serve in the district courts of such district, until inal prosecution, it is necessary to prove the a new list shall be made as herein provided. existence of the marriage relation between two Said clerk and probate judge shall alternately persons, it shall not be necessary to prove the select the name of a male citizen of the United game by the production of any record or certifi. States who has resided in the district for the pecate of the marriage, but evidence of cohabitation riod of six months next preceding, and who can between the parties as husband and wife, and read and write in the English language; and, as the acts, conduct, declarations, and admissions selected, the name and residence of each shall be of the parties shall be admissible, and the mar- entered upon the list, until the same shall conriage may be established like any question of tain two hundred names, when the same shall fact. Probate courts, in their respective coun-be duly certified by such clerk and probate ties, shall have jurisdiction in the settlement of judge; and the same shall be filed in the office the estates of decedents, and in matters of guard of the clerk of such district court, and a dupliianship and other like matters; but otherwise cate copy shall be made and certified by such they shall have no civil, chancery, or criminal officers, and filed in the office of said probate jurisdiction whatever; they shall have jurisdic-judge. Whenever a grand or petit jury is to be tion of suits of divorce for statutory causes con- drawn to serve at any term of a district court, currently with the district courts; but any de- the judge of such district shall give public notice fendant in a suit for divorce commenced in a of the time and place of the drawing of such probate court shall be entitled, after appearance jury, which shall be at least twelve days before and before plea or answer, to have said suit the commencement of such term; and on the day removed to the district court having jurisdiction, and at the place thus fixed, the judge of such when said suit shall proceed in like manner as district shall hold an open session of his court, if originally commenced in said district court. and shall preside at the drawing of such jury; All judgments and decrees heretofore rendered and the clerk of such court shall write the name by the probate courts which have been executed, of each person on the jury lists returned and and the time to appeal from which has by the filed in his office upon a separate slip of paper, existing laws of said Territory expired, are hereby as nearly as practicable of the same size and validated and confirmed. The jurisdiction here. form, and all such slips shall, by the vlerk in tofore conferred upon justices of the peace by the open court, be placed in a covered box, and organic act of said Territory is extended to all thoroughly mixed and mingled; and thereupon cases where the debt or sum claimed shall be less the United States marshal, or his deputy, shall than $300. From all final judgments of justices proceed to fairly draw by lot from said box such of the peace an appeal shall be allowed to the number of nimes as may have previously been district courts of their respective districts, in the directed by said judge; and if both a grand and same manner as is now provided by the laws of a petit jury are to be drawn, the grand jury said Territory for appeals to the probate courts; I shall be drawn first; and when the drawing shall have been concluded, the clerk of the dis-lature of the Territory of Utah entitled "An act trict court shall issue a venire to the marsbal or in relation to marshals and attorneys," approved his deputy, directing him to summon the persons March 3, 1852, and all laws of said Territory 80 drawn, and the same shall be duly served on inconsistent with the provisions of this act, are each of the persons so drawn at least seven days hereby disapproved. The act of the Congress of before the commencement of the term at which the United States entitled "An act to regulate they are to serve; and the jurors so drawn and the fees and costs to be allowed clerks, marshals, summoned shall constitute the regular grand and attorneys of the circuit and district courts and petit juries for the term for all cases. And of the United States, and for other purposes," the names thus drawn from the box by the clerk approved February 26, 1853, is extended over shall not be returned to or again placed in said and shall apply to the fees of like officers in said box until a new jury list shall be made. If | Territory of Utah. during any term of the district court any addi- Mr. CESSNA offered the following substitute for tional grand or petit jurors shall be necessary, I the fourth section: the same shall be drawn from said box by the SEO. 4. That whenever a judge of any district United States marshal in open court; but if the court of said Territory shall determine that a attendance of those drawn cannot be obtained grand or petit jury will be needed at a term of in a reasonable time, other dames may be drawn such couri, the said judge, the clerk of such court, in the same manner. Each party, whether in and the United States marshal shall, without recivil or criminal cases, shall be allowed three gard to the religious, political, or social opinions peremptory challenges, and in the trial of any of such citizens, make a list in writing of two prosecution for adultery, bigamy, or polygamy, hundred male citizens of the United States above it shall be a good cause of principal challenge to the age of twenty-one years, who shall have been any juror that he practices polygamy, or that residents in such district for a period of six he believes in the rightfulness of the same. In months next previously, and shall affix thereto criminal cases, the court, and not the jury, shall their certificate to the effect that the same is the pronounce the punishment under the limitation list from which the grand and petit jurors are to prescribed by law. The grand jury must inquire be drawn for the terms of such court to be holden into the case of every person imprisoned within within the year next following, and shall cause the district on a criminal charge and not indicted; the same to be filed in the office of the clerk of into the condition and management of the public said court; and whenever the judge shall order prisons within the district; and into the willful the clerk to issue a venire, the clerk, in the presand corrupt misconduct in office of public offi-ence of the said judge and marshal, or his deputy, cers of every description within the district; and shall write the names contained in the said list they are also entitled to free access, at all rea- each on a separate slip of paper, all the slips being sonable times, to the public prisons, and to the of the same size and kind, and shall fold them examination, without charge, of all public records uniformly, so that the name written thereon sball within the district.
be concealed, and shall then place them in a covSec. 5. That there shall be appointed by the ered box and thoroughly mix and mingle them, Governor of said Territory one or more notaries and shall then not select, but shall draw, as by public for each organized county, whose term of lot, therefrom the requisite number of names. If office shall be two years, and until their such a grand jury be required, it shall be drawn first, cessors shall be appointed and qualified. The and consist of the number before provided. The act of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory number of petit jurors thus drawn shall be such of Utah entitled "An act concerning notaries as, in the opinion of such judge, is needful to dispublic," approved January 17, 1866, is hereby charge the entire jury duty for such term, so that approved, except the first section thereof, which there shall always be three more jurors than the is hereby disapproved : Provided, That wherever number required for each separate panel; and in said act the words “probate judge" or "clerk the panel in each trial shall be twelve men. The of the probate court" are used, the words "sec- clerk shall make a list in writing of the names retary of the Territory" shall be substituted. of the persons so drawn, and the clerk and the
SEC. 6. That the Supreme Court of said Terri-marshal shall affix thereto their certificates of the · tory is hereby authorized to appoint commis- time and place of such drawing, and file the same sioners of said court, who shall have and exercise in the office of said clerk, who shall forth with all the duties of commissioners of the circuit issue a venire to the said marshal, commanding courts of the United States, and to take acknowl- him to summon the persons so drawn to attend edgments of bail, &c.; and, in addition, they and serve as such jurors at the time and place shall have the same authority as examining and previously designated by the said judge, and such committing magistrates in all cases arising under jurors shall constitute the regular jurors for such the laws of said Territory as is now possessed by term of the court for all cases, whether arising justices of the peace in said Territory.
under the laws of the United States or under the SEC. 7. That the common law of England, as laws of said Territory. If at any time a talesman the same is defined and modified by the courts or talesmen shall be required, his or their names of last resort in those States of the United States shall be drawn from the said box by the clerk in where the common law prevails, shall be the open court, and if the attendance of such juror rule of decision in all the courts of said Territory or jurors cannot be procured in a reasonable time so far as it is not repugnant to or inconsistent other names shall be drawn, and so from time to with the Constitution and laws of the United time until the jury is obtained. No challenge States and the existing statutes of said Territory. shall be allowed on the ground that a juror had
SEC. 8. That the act of the territorial Legis. I been summoned or had served at a previous term
of court. Each party, whether in civil or crim-| Eden, Eldredge, Giddings, Hancock, H. R. Harinal cases, shall be allowed three peremptory ris, Hereford, Herndon, Holman, Lamar, Lamichallenges; and in the trial of any prosecution son, Leach, Magee, Marshall, Milliken, Mills, W. for adultery, bigamy, or polygamy, it shall be a E. Niblack, Potter, Randall, M. Sayler, Sheats, good cause of principal challenge to any juror Sloss, J. A. Smith, Southard, Speer, Standeford, that he practices polygamy, or that he believes Stone, C. Y. Thomas, Wells, Whitthorne, Willie, in the rightfulness of the same. In criminal | E. K. Wilson, J. D. Young--55. cases the court, and not the jury, shall pronounce the punishment under the limitation prescribed by law. The grand jury must inquire into the
IN SENATE. case of every person imprisoned within the dis- June 23—The Judiciary Committee proposed trict on a criminal charge and not indicted; into to amend by striking out section 7 and inserting the condition and management of the public the following: prisons within the district; and into the willful Seo. 7. That the common law of England, as and corrupt misconduct of officers of every de- the same is defined and modified by the courts scription within the district; and they are also of last resort in those States of the United States entitled to free access, at all reasonable times, to where the common law prevails, shall be the the public prisons, and to the examination, with rule of decision in all the courts of said Terriout charge, of all public records within the dis- tory, so far as it is not repugnant to or incontrict.
sistent with the Constitution and laws of the Mr. BARBER moved to amend the committee's United States and the existing statutes of said bill by adding to the last section these words: | Territory.
But the district attorney shall not, by fees and The amendment was agreed to salary together, receive more than $3,500 per Mr. FRELINGHUYSEN moved to add after the year; and all fees or moneys received by him word “appeals," nearest to the end of sec. 3, above said amount shall be paid into the Treas the words: “A writ of error from the Supreme ury of the United States.
Court of the United States to the supreme court Mr. CESSNA's amendment was disagreed to. of the Territory shall lie in criminal cases where Mr. BARBER's amendment was agreed to. the accused shall have been sentenced to capital The bill then passed-yeas 159, nays 55, punishment or convicted of bigamy or poly
YEAS-Messrs. Albright, Ashe, Barnum, Bar- gamy." rere, Barry, Biery, Bradley, Buffinton, Bundy, Which was agreed to. Burchard, Burleigh, Burrows, R. R. Butler, Cain, Mr. SARGENT moved to strike out of section 3 Cannon, Cason, Cessna, A. Clark, F. Clarke, the following words: Clements, S. A. Cobb, Coburn, Comingo, Conger, “When a bill is filed by a woman to declare a Corwin, Cotton, Crocker, Crutchfield, Danford, marriage or pretended marriage void, on account Dawes, Dobbins, Donnan, Duell, Dunnell, of a previous subsisting marriage of the defendEames, Field, Fort, Glover, Gooch, Gunckel, ant to another woman, the court or judge thereHagans, E. Hale, Harmer, B. W. Harris, J. T. of may grant such reasonable sum for alimony Harris, Harrison, Hatcher, Havens, J. B. Haw. and counsel fees as the circumstances of the case ley, J. R. Hawley. G. W. Hazelton, J. W. Haz- will justify; and may likewise, by final decree, elton, Hendee, E, R Hoar, Hodges, Hoskins, make such allowance for the maintenance of the Houghton, Howe, Hunter, Hunton, Hurlbut, complainant and her children by the defendant as Hyde, Kasson, Kelley, Kellogg, Kendall, Knapp, may be just and reasonable. And whenever, in Lansing, Lawrence, Lawson, B. Lewis, Lough- any proceeding for divorce, or in any civil cause, ridge, Lowe, Lowndes, Luttrell, J. R. Lynch, or in any criminal prosecution, it is necessary to Martin, Maynard, McCrary, A. S. McDill, J. W. prove the existence of the marriage relation be, McDill, MacDougall, McKee, McLean, McNulta, tween two persons, it shall not be necessary to Merriam, Mitchell, Monroe, W. S. Moore, L. prove the same by the production of any record Myers, Neal, Niles, Nunn, O'Neill, Orr, Orth, or certificate of the marriage, but evidence of Packard, Packer, Page, I. C. Parker, Pendleton, cohabitation between the parties as husband and E. Perry, Phillips, Pierce, Pike, T. C. Platt, Po-wife, and the acts, conduct, declarations, and adland, Pratt, Rainey, Ransier, Rapier, Ray, J. B. missions of the parties shall be admissible, and the Rice, Richmond, Robbins, E. H. Roberts, J. W. marriage may be established like any question Robinson, Rusk, Sawyer, H. B. Sayler, H. J. of fact." Scudder, I. W. Scudder, Sessions, Shanks, Shel. Which was agreed to. don, L. D. Shoemaker, Small, A. H. Smith, H. Mr. SARGENT moved to add after the words B. Smith, J. Q. Smith, Sprague, Starkweather. “district court"-ending a sentence below the St. John, Storm, Strait, Strawbridge, Taylor, C. middle of section 3—the following: R. Thomas, Thornburg, Todd, W. Townsend, “Nothing in this act shall be construed to Tremain, Vance, Waldron, Wallace, Walls, J. impair the authority of probate courts to enter D. Ward, Wheeler, White, Whitehead, WHITE- land in trust for the use and benefit of the occuHOUSE, C. W. Willard, G. Willard, C. G. Wil. pants of towns in the various counties of the liams, J. M. S. Williams, Williams of Indiana, Territory of Utah, according to the provisions of J. Wilson, Wolfe, Woodworth—159.
an act for the relief of inhabitants of cities and Nays-Messrs. Adams, Arthur, Atkins, Bar- towns upon public lands, approved March 2, ber, J. B. Beck, H. P. Bell, Berry, Bland, 1867, and an act to amend an act entitled 'An Blount, Bowen, Bright, BROMBERG, Brown, act for the relief of inhabitants of cities and Buckner, J. H. Caldwell, J. B. Clark, Clymer, towns upon public lands,' approved June 8, Cook, Cox, Crittenden, Crounse, De Witt, Durham, I 1868, or to discharge the duties assigned to the
probate judges by an act of the Legislative J. D. Ward, Wells, White, Whitehead, Whiteley, Assembly of the Territory of Utah, entitled 'An G. Willard, C. G. Williams, J. M. S. Williams, act prescribing rules and regnlations for the ex- Williams of Indiana, W. B. Williams, J. Wilson, ecution of the trust arising under the act of Woodford—171. Congress, entitled 'An act for the relief of the Nays-Messrs. Albert, Albright, Archer, Atinhabitants of the cities and towns upon the pub- kins, J. B. Beck, H. P. Bell, Biery, Blount, Bowen, lic lands."
BROMBERG, Brown, Burleigh, Clymer, Cox, CreaWhich was agreed to.
mer, Crossland, J. J. Davis, Durham, Eldredge, Mr. SARGBNT moved to strike out of section 4 Giddings, Gunckel, Hamilton, H. R. Harris, J. the words:
T. Harris, Hereford, Herndon, E. R. Hoar, "And in the trial of any prosecution for adul. Hooper, Hunton, Jewett, Killinger, Lamar, Lawtery, bigamy, or polygamy, it shall be a good son, Magee, McLean, Milliken, Neal, W. E. Nibcause of principal challenge to any juror that lack, Niles, O'Brien, Orth, E. Perry, Phelps, he practices polygamy, or that he believes in the Pierce, Randall, Read, E. H. Roberts, 1. W. Scudrightfulness of the same.”
der, Smart, J. Q. Smith, Southard, Speer, Sprague, Which was agreed to.
Standeford, Storm, Swann, Todd, W. Townsend, Mr. SARGENT moved to insert (section 4) after Wheeler, WHITEHOUSE, Whitthorne, C. W. Wilthe words: “Each party, whether in civil or lard, Willie, J. M. Wilson, Woodworth, J. D. criminal cases, shall be allowed three peremptory Young-66. challenges," the words “ except in capital cases, where the prosecution and defense shåll each be Admission of New Mexico. allowed fifteen challenges;" which was agreed
IN HOUSE. As thus amended the bill subsequently passed 1874, May 21-The House, as per order, prothe Senate; the House concurred in the amend- ceeded to consider the bill (H. R. 2418) to enable ments, and the bill was signed by the PRESI the people of New Mexico to form a constitution DENT.
and State government, and for the admission of Admission of Colorado. the said State into the Union on an equal footIn HOUSE,
ing with the original States.
After debate, engrossment, and third reading, 1874, June 8-Mr. CHAFFEE moved that the the bill was passed-yeas 160, nays 54, not rules be suspended and the bill (H. R. 435) to voting 76: enable the people of Colorado to form a consti YEAS–Messrs. Adams, Archer, Arthur, Attution and State government, and for the admis- | kins, Averill, BANNING, Barrere, Barry, Biery, sion of the said State into the Union on an equal Bowen, Bradley, Bright, Buckner, Bundy, Burfooting with the original States, be passed. chard, Burrows, R. Ř. Butler, Cain, J. Á. Cald
The rules were suspended and the bill passed well, Cannon, Cason, Cessna, A. Clark, J. B. -yeas 171, nays 66, not voting 52:
Clark, Clements, S. A. Cobb, Coburn, Conger, YEAS-Messrs. Adams, Arthur, Ashe, Averill, Cook, Corwin, Cotton, Crittenden, Crossland, BANNING, Barber, Barrere, Begole, Berry, Bland, Crounse, Crutchfield, Curtis, Danford, Dawes, Bradley, Bright, Buckner, Buffinton, Bundy, Dobbins, Donnan, Duell, Dunnell, Eames, Eden, Burchard, Burrows, R. R. Butler, J. H. Caldwell, Farwell, Fort, C. Foster, Freeman, Frye, GarCannon, Cason, Cessna, A. Clark, J.B. Clark, F. field, Giddings, Glover, Gunckel, Hancock, HarClarke, Clements, S. A. Cobb, Coburn, Conger, mer, B. W. Harris, Harrison, Hatcher, Hathorn, Cook, Corwin, Cotton, Crittenden, Crocker, Crooke, Havens, J. B. Hawley, Hays, J. W. Hazelton, Crounse, Crutchfield, Curtis, Danford, Darrall, Hendee, Herndon, Hoskins, Houghton, Hubbell, Dawes, Dobbins, Donnan, Duell, Dunnell, Eames, Hunter, Hunton, Hurlbut, Hyde, Kasson, KelEden, Farwell, Field, Fort, C. Foster, Freeman, logg, Kendall, Knapp, Lamport, Lansing, LawFrye, Glover, Gooch, Hagans, Hancock, B. W. rence, Leach, Loughridge, Lowe, Lowndes, J. R. Harris, Harrison, Hatcher, Hathorn, Havens, J. Lynch, McCrary, A. S. McDill, J. W. McDill, B. Hawley, J. R. Hawley, Hays, G. W. Hazel- MacDougall, McKee, McNulta, Mills, Monroe, ton, J. W. Hazelton, Hendee, Hodges, Hoskins, W. S. Moore, Morey, Morrison, Nesmith, O'Neill, Howe, Hubbell, Hunter, Hurlbut, Hyde, Hynes, Orr, Orth, Packard, Page, I. C. Parker, Pelham, Kasson, Kelley, Kellogg, Kendall, Knapp, Lami- Pendleton, E. Perry, Pike, T. C. Platt, Poland, son, Lamport, Lansing, Lawrence, Leach, Lof. Pratt, Purman, Rainey, Rapier, Ray, Robbins, land, Loughridge, Lowe, Lowndes, Luttrell, J. J. C. Robinson, Ross, Rusk, Sawyer, H. B. Say. R. Lynch, Marshall, Martin, McCrary, A. S. Mc- ler, J. G. Schumaker, Sessions, Shanks, Sheats, Dill, MacDougall, McKee, Merriam, Mills, Mon- Sheldon, I. R. Sherwood, L. D. Shoemaker, Sloan, roe, W. S. Moore, Morey, Morrison, Nesmith, Small, A. H. Smith, G. L. Smith, H. B. Smith, Nunn, O'Neill, Orr, Packard, Packer, Page, I. C. J. A. Smith, W. A. Smith, Stapard, Standeford, Parker, Pendleton, Pike, J. H. Platt, T. C. Platt, Starkweather, St. John, Stone, Stowell, Strait, Poland, Pratt, Purman, Rainey, Rapier, Ray, J. Thornburgh, W. Townsend, Tyner, Vance, Wado. B. Rice, Richmond, J. C. Robinson, J. W. Robin-dell, Wallace, Walls, M. L. Ward, 'White, White son, Ross, Rusk, Sawyer, H. B. Sayler, H. J. head, WHITEHOUSE, Whiteley, Whitthorne, Wilber, Scudder, Sener, Sessions, Shanks, Sheats, Sheldon, G. Willard, Williams of Indiana, W. B. Wil. L. D. Shoemaker, Sloan, Sloss, Small, A. H. Smith, liams, Wilshire, J. Wilson, P. M. B. Young--160. G. L. Smith, H. B. Smith, W. A. Smith, Snyder, Nays-Messrs. Albert, Albright, Ashe, Bar Stanard, Starkweather, Stone, Stowell, Strait, ber, J. B. Beck, H. P. Beli, Bland, Blount, BRON": Strawbridge, C. Y. Thomas, Thornburgh, Tre- BERG, Buffinton, Clumer, Comingo, Cox, Darrall... main, Tyner, Vance, Waldron, Wallace, Walls, 1 Durham, Gooch, E. Hale, H. R. Harris, J. T.