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ill for negro suffrage in this District was, at the request of Western members, postponed till January 10th. Mr. Sage, editor of the Lebanon, Ohio, Star, and son-in-law of Tom Corwin, will be here to-morrow to take charge of his remains. the Congressional delegation will meet in a body to take notice on Mr. Corwin's death. General Williams C. Wickham, of Virginia, is at Willard's. A meeting was held Monday night to take steps to defeat the negro suffrage bill. Firey addresses — reading very much like some we have seen before somewhere --were delivered by Hon. T. B. Florence and others. A stranger, supposed to be a Mr. Atwell, from Westmoreland county, Virginia, died in Baltimore on Saturday last, under the influence of a powerful opiate. A decided majority of the clergy of this State gave all their influence to the cause of secession, and, as the war progressed, were often the most successful recruiting agents for the Confederate army.--Missouri Democrat.