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The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1865., [Electronic resource], Greeley makes a motion to admit the Southern members. (search)
stigation, will give the reader a comprehensive view of the entire case. R. H. Meade, being sworn, testified that he became acquainted with Mrs. Ould in the spring of 1863 at the house of Mrs. Matthews, in Sidney. Mrs. Ould and her husband were there keeping house in a building owned by Mr. A. J. Ford. Mr. Marmaduke Johnson, counsel for the defence, here asked that Mrs. Matthews be subpœned. Mrs. Ould had brought her in from the country on the previous evening, and left her at Mr. Williams's, near the old Fair Grounds. R. H. Meade resumed.--Shortly afterwards I went to Mrs. Matthews's to board. We (the prisoner and myself) became more acquainted and more familiar with one another, and used to go about a great deal together. Left Mrs. Matthews's house and went to the Howard House. Used to visit backwards and forwards afterwards at Mr. and Mrs. Matthews's and Mr. and Mrs. Ould's. Was spoken to in reference to Mrs. Ould by Mr. Matthews; he said that our intimacy was ge
s and being in the city without a pass. Thomas McDonald, of the Twenty-fourth Massachusetts, charged with stealing a vest, was found guilty and sentenced to sixty days imprisonment in Castle Thunder. A negro, named James Washington, who plead guilty to the charge of stealing old iron, was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Anderson Edwards and David Green, two little negroes, charged with fighting in the street, were discharged after twenty-four hours confinement. Sam Williams, a negro, was sent to Castle Thunder for fifteen days for breaking window glass. Samuel Hucks, a negro, was sentenced to fifteen days confinement in Castle Thunder for being drunk and disorderly in the street. William Wilkinson, a negro, was arraigned to answer the charge of stealing a pair of suspenders, and pleading guilty, he was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Mary Sykes, negro, found guilty of being a vagrant and prostitute, was sent to Castle Thunder for thirt
ttee on Appropriations has cut down by one-half what has been estimated for by the appropriate departments. If so, they can have no idea, in reality, of keeping up military establishments in the South. Names of some Senators who Sustain the President. A careful analysis of the status of the Republican Senators reveal the fact that Senators Conness, Cowan, Dixon, Doolittle, Fessenden, Foster, Grimes, Harris, Henderson, Norton, Ramsey, Sherman, Stewart, Trumbull, Van Winkle, Willey, Williams, and possibly Yates, do not endorse the radical anti-administration policy. Members gone home. Many Senators and Representatives, in anticipation of the temporary adjournment, left last evening and this morning for their several homes, making the attendance quite thin in both branches to-day. Many 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 Pr