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used them to advantage and to the fame and distinction of his district. And when he wrote his name high up in the history of this nation's servants, he at the same time wrote the name of Lancaster on the same commanding plane.

She has good reasons to mourn his sudden and untimely death at the time of his greatest usefulness. But she has the consolation of knowing that he whom she selected and honored most among her sons was in every way worthy of her choice. We know little of that life which lies beyond the river of death, over which all must pass, but we know—if we know anything—that after this short existence here, during which we have attained some growth, both mental and moral, we will take with us our acquirements of head and heart to again take up the work of the hereafter in the worlds that are to come in the eternal and unending progress and development of life.

MARRIOTT BROSIUS has passed to that higher and broader life, and we know he has assumed greater duties and more exalted responsibilities there.

Mr. CASSEL. Mr. Speaker, I ask unanimous consent that members of the House may have leave to print in the Record remarks upon the life, character, and service of Mr. BROSIUS.

The SPEAKER pro tempore (Mr. Landis). Without objection, the request will be granted.

There was no objection.
The resolutions were then unanimously agreed to.

Accordingly, in pursuance of the resolutions, the House (at 3 o'clock and 35 minutes) adjourned until Monday next at 12 o'clock noon.

PROCEEDINGS IN THE SENATE.

DECEMBER 16, 1901. MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE. A message from the House communicated to the Senate the intelligence of the death of the Hon. MARRIOTT BROSIUS, late a Representative from the State of Pennsylvania.

Mr. PENROSE. I ask the Chair to lay before the Senate the resolutions of the House of Representatives relative to the death of my late colleague in that body, Hon. MARRIOTT BROSIUS.

The PRESIDENT pro tempore. The Chair lays before the Senate the resolutions of the House of Representatives, which will be read. The Secretary read the resolutions, as follows:

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, December 13, 1901. Resolved, that the House has heard with profound sorrow of the death of the Hon. MARRIOTT BROSIUS, late a Representative from the State of Pennsylvania.

Resolved, That as a mark of respect to his memory the House do now adjourn. Resolved, That the Clerk communicate these resolutions to the Senate.

Mr. PENROSE. Mr. President, I submit the resolutions which I send to the desk.

The PRESIDENT pro tempore. The resolutions offered by the Senator from Pennsylvania will be read.

The resolutions were read; and by unanimous consent the Senate proceeded to their consideration, as follows:

Resolved, that the Senate has heard with deep sensibility the announcement of the death of Hon. MARRIOTT BROSIUS, late a Representative from the State of Pennsylvania,

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Resolved, That as a mark of respect to the memory of the deceased the Senate do now adjourn.

The PRESIDENT pro tempore. The question is on agreeing to the resolutions.

The resolutions were unanimously agreed to; and (at 6 o'clock and 20 minutes p. m.) the Senate adjourned until to-morrow, Tuesday, December 17, 1901, at 12 o'clock meridian.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE.

FEBRUARY 3, 1902. The message further transmitted to the Senate resolutions passed by the House commemorative of the life and public services of the Hon. MARRIOTT, BROSIUS, late a Representative from the State of Pennsylvania.

MEMORIAL ADDRESSES.

FEBRUARY 4, 1902. Mr. PENROSE. Mr. President, I desire to announce to the Senate that on Friday, the 14th instant, at 4 o'clock, I shall call up the resolutions of the House of Representatives commemorative of my late colleague in the House, Hon. MARRIOTT Brosius, and I shall then ask the Senate to suspend its business in order that fitting tribute may be paid to his memory.

FEBRUARY 14, 1902. The PRESIDENT pro tempore. The Chair lays before the Senate resolutions of the House of Representatives, which will be read.

The Secretary read as follows:

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

February 1, 1902. Resolved, That the business of the House be now suspended that opportunity may be given for paying tribute to the memory of Hon. MARRIOTT BROSIUS, late a member of the House of Representatives from the State of Pennsylvania.

Resolved, That as a particular mark of respect to the memory of the deceased and in recognition of his eminent abilities as a distinguished public servant, the House at the conclusion of these memorial proceedings shall stand adjourned.

Resolved, That the Clerk communicate these resolutions to the Senate.

Resolved, That the Clerk be instructed to send a copy of these resolutions to the family of the deceased.

Mr. PENROSE. Mr. President, I offer resolutions and ask that they be read. .

The PRESIDING OFFICER (Mr. Quarles in the chair). The Secretary will read the resolutions submitted by the Senator from Pennsylvania.

The Secretary read the resolutions, as follows: Resolved, That the Senate has heard with profound sorrow the announcement of the death of the Hon. MARRIOTT BROSIUS, late a Representative from the State of Pennsylvania.

Resolved, that the business of the Senate be now suspended in order that fitting tribute may be paid to his private and public virtues.

Resolved, That as a further mark of respect the Senate at the conclusion of these ceremonies do adjourn.

Resolved, That the Secretary communicate these resolutions to the House of Representatives.

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