It is further ordered that the church edifice, books, and papers, at the corner of Eleventh and Pine streets be placed under the control of three loyal members of Pine street church, namely: Geo. P. Strong, James M. Corbat, and John M. Ferguson, who shall see that its pulpit be fined by a loyal minister of the gospel, who can invoke the blessing of the Head of the Church upon the efforts of the Government and to re-establish its authority. By command of Major-General Curtis. F. A. Dick; Provost Marshal-Gen'l Dep. Missouri.
A rich scene in the Yankee Senate.
There was a rich scene in the Yankee Congress on the 12th instant:
Mr. Wilkeson took the floor and spoke at some length, principally in denunciation of Mr. Saulsbury's speech of Friday last, charging him with uttering falsehood, and asserting that the President had been indifferent to the country, and sought at first to make the Confederates strike the first blow, and in saying that the war was brough