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the Senate be appointed to confer with a House committee to perfect the bill. Agreed to. House bill to enable the President to provide means for military transportation by the construction of a road between Blue Mountain, in Alabama, and Rome, in Georgia. Passed. Ayes 14, nays 4. House bill to authorize the Postmaster General to employ special agents to superintend and secure the certain and speedy transportation of the mails across the Mississippi river. Amendment offered by Mr. Johnson agreed to, and bill passed. House of Representatives.--The House met at 11 o'clock. Mr. Garland, of Arkansas, offered the following resolution, and the accompanying papers, which was referred to the Committee on Commerce: Resolved, That the Committee on Commerce be instructed to inquire into the expediency and propriety of granting to the Louisiana, Arkansas, and Texas Navigation Company the same privileges and franchises which were granted by an act of the Congress of the
Arrests. --The following arrests were made yesterday by the civil police: Louisa Espey, a white female, for keeping a disorderly house in Jail Alley; Joseph Johnson, a white man, for stealing a piece of cloth worth $40, the property of James A. Dismore, and John T. Smith, a young man, native of Richmond, for trespassing on the proprietor of the Columbian Hotel and acting suspiciously. The last part of the charge was held to be valid, because the prisoner had obtruded himself into a room which he had not engaged, and had in his pockets a varied assortment of trunk and door keys, some of them of curious make.