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From Washington. Washington, December 19. --The President to-day, in reply to a resolution of the Senate of the 12th instant, communicated a message to that body stating that the rebellion waged by a portion of the people against the properly constituted authorities of the Government has been suppressed, and that the United States are in possession of every State in which the insurrection existed, and that, as far as could be done, the courts of the United States have been restored, tthe Union as soon as possible, and, that, whilst reconstructing, they want and require protection from the Government." The report is very interesting, and furnishes many favorable facts in regard to the condition of affairs in the Southern States, and shows throughout a friendly feeling towards the South. [second Dispatch.] Washington, December 19. --Secretary Seward has addressed letters to the Provisional Governor and Governors of Georgia similar to those sent to Alabama.
Congressional. Washington, December 19. --Senate.--Mr. Wilson's resolution calling on the Secretary of War for a detailed statement of the numerical strength of the regular army was adopted. Mr. Morrill introduced a bill to incorporate the Potomac Navigation Company and Transportation Company. Referred to the Com-...... Mr. Trumbull gave notice of a bill to enlarge the power of the Freedmen's Bureau. A message from the President was read, accompanied by a report from General Grant. Mr, Sumner disapproved of the report, characterizing it as "a white-washing report, " which reminded him of the Kansas message of Franklin Pierce in 1856. Messrs. Dixon and Doolittle replied to Mr. Sumner, defending the message as an able and truthful statement of the facts. House.--Mr. Farnsworth offered a resolution, which was adopted, calling on the Committee of Elections to inquire into the alleged charge of disloyalty against Mr. Harris, of Maryland, and report
The American Freedmen's Aid Commission and the American Union Commission. Washington, December 19. --At the recent joint session of the American Freedmen's Aid Commission and the American Union Commission, it was unanimously agreed to unite the two commissions in one. Bishop Simpson was chosen president.
New York markets. New York, December 19. --Flour has declined 5; Southern, $8.25@$15. Wheat dull. Corn steady. Pork heavy. Cotton firm — sales three thousand bales at 50 Gold, 146
Baltimore markets. Baltimore, December 19. --Flour inactive — high grades firm. Seeds steady. Wheat firm. Corn declined 1 @2 Oats scarce. Provisions neglected. Sugars drooping. Whisky dull.
From Washington --Strong Indications of a Rupture between the President and the Radicals — Stevens's Speech Condemned — Special Message from the President--General Grant's Report of his Southern Trip — He Agrees with the President — No Prospect of a War with France, &c., &c. Washington, December 19.--The dispatch to the Governor of Alabama excites much comment in Republican circles, and there is a feeling that the President is trying to force his plan of early reconstruction through. Thaddeus Stevens's speech in the House last evening has but few admirers even among his personal friends. Any bill based upon the speech will fail. Mr. Raymond, of New York, is expected to speak this afternoon in favor of immediate admission of the rebel States. Four of the New York Republicans stand with him. The President has just transmitted a special message to the Senate in regard to the condition of the South, in which he states that the people are rapidly returning to t
More reports concerning difficulties on the Rio Grande — New bill concerning railroads. Washington, December 19. --It is whispered here that information of an important character has been received in Washington concerning the complications on the Rio Grande, with the French, of a serious nature. The report has thus far taken no definite shape. The House of Representatives has passed the bill authorizing all roads across the States of any State regulation to the contrary. It is a hit at the railroad between Washington and New York.
Progress of the Union Pacific railroad. Omaha, Nebraska Territory, December 19. The first forty miles of the Union Pacific railroad, from Omaha, west, was finished yesterday. The track to Tremont, eight miles further west, will be finished at the end of this week.