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resolution authorizing the President to appoint three commissioners to investigate the proceedings of the Cotton Bureau of the Trans-Mississippi. Pending the consideration of which the morning hour expired. Under leave of the House, Mr. Atkins introduced a resolution to prohibit traffic in gold and silver. Referred to the Committee on Commerce. The House then took up the exemption bill. The motion to reconsider the vote by which the House adopted the amendment offered by Mr. McMullin, of Virginia, on Saturday, exempting, in each county, one blacksmith and one miller to every two thousand, one tanner to every four thousand, and one wheel-wright to every ten thousand inhabitants, where there are no such artizans not liable to military duty, prevailed, and the amendment was stricken out. Ayes, 48; noes, 21. Mr. Chambers, of Mississippi, moved to commit the whole subject to a special committee of five. The motion, involving the merits of the bill, was discussed