Washington, Nov. 2. - Mr. Gray (Dem., Del.) reported from the committee on foreign relations a joint resolution, which waa passed, providing for the printing of a history and digest of international arbitrations to which the United States was a party. Mr. Hill offered a resolution to amend the rules and prevent endless filibustering, which was referred to the eomniittee on rules. Mr. Hill also offered a resolution, which was referred to the committee on rules, providing íot an ainendment to the rules to ;autborize the presiding officer to count a quornm present, bnt not voting. Mr. CockreU called up the house resolution for the printing instead of the writing of engrossed and enrolled congressional bilis. The resolution was agreed to. The Chinese bill was then taken up. but no action was taken, and af ter an exeeutive sesson the senate adjourned.