n from Mississippi.
Among those present were Senator Lane, of Kansas, and Mr. Manning, member of Congress from South Carolina.
Secretary McCulloch left the city yesterday for New York, to attend a meeting to celebrate the landing of the Pilgrims.
Mr. William E. Chandler, Assistant Secretary, has been appointed by the President Acting Secretary of the Treasury during Mr. McCulloch's absence.
The Bradley case.
Judge Olin rendered his decision in this case on Thursday, fining Mr. Bradley one hundred dollars for contempt of court.
The Judge's remarks on the occasion are creditable to his head and heart.
After sayiny leave this afternoon also, and with other parties going home for the holidays, makes it dull here.
What the President Thinks of Reconstruction.
Hon. Hiram McCulloch called on President Johnson a day or two since, and had a free and frank conversation with him. The President expressed his full confidence in being able t