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Violation of an Ordinance. --E. M. Grant and others were before the Mayor yesterday morning, charged with permitting piles of oyster shells to remain in front of their places of business in the Second Market, and each fined five dollars.
the number of actual voters, has been agreed on, and will probably be brought before the House next month. This is another scheme of the Radicals to perpetuate their power over the South; but inasmuch as it requires the sanction of three-fourths of the States, it will hardly be as successful as the anti-slavery amendment, which only became a part of the fundamental law of the land by the action of some of the late rebellious States. Disabled soldiers. An order will be issued by General Grant in a day or two, directing that disabled soldiers, capable of doing duty as watchmen of public buildings and other like services, shall have preference in such employment over able-bodied men in the army. The object of this order is to prevent the discharge and mustering out of disabled soldiers, as far as may be, by making room for them in positions where they can perform service as well as able-bodied men. President Johnson in favor of representation Based upon voters. I can
General Grant going to the Rio Grande. New York, December 26. --The Washington correspondent of the Herald reports that Lieutenant-General Grant will leave for the Rio Grande immediately after the holidays in the flag-ship of the Gulf squadron. General Grant going to the Rio Grande. New York, December 26. --The Washington correspondent of the Herald reports that Lieutenant-General Grant will leave for the Rio Grande immediately after the holidays in the flag-ship of the Gulf squadron.