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Congressional summary. In the Senate Tuesday, a resolution was introduced and adopted fixing Friday, 1st May, as the day for the adjournment of Congress. The amendment of the House to the Senate bill authorizing the transmission of newspapers to soldiers free of postage was concurred in. The bill to provide for the conscription of foreigners was after debate, transferred to the secret calendar, and further discussed in secret session. The consideration of the bill for the impressment of railroads was postponed until to-day; also, the bill for the confiscation of the leasehold interest of alien enemies in telegraph lines. The House bill for the assessment and collection of taxes was amended and passed. A bill from the Committee of Finance, authorizing the issue of $100,000,000 bands, beating six per cent, interest payable in Treasury notes, or cotton, was transferred to the secret calendar and considered in secret session. It is understood that the bill was passed. The bill
Mayor's Court Tuesday, April 21. --The case of John Murphy, charged with shooting Martin Callahan in the mouth with a bullet from a Colt's revolver, was called and continued to the 1st of May on account of the absence of Callahan, who had been sent to a hospital for medical treatment. The shooting as previously stated took place near the Old Market-House on Monday evening. James Russell was charged with getting drunk and breaking a window glass in the house of John Governess. Russell in reply to a question of the Mayor, said he was a cripple and an army cook; that he had just arrived in Richmond when the occurrence took place, and that if permitted he would get out of the city by the first train. The Mayor said he should be permitted to make the attempt. The case of Patrick Healey, for allowing a dead horse to remain in one of the public streets, and become a nuisance, was called and continued, Healy not responding when his name was called. Kendall Thomas