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Congressional Summary. In the Senate, Monday, the following House bills were passed: A bill concerning the fees of District Attorneys, with an amendment providing that the excess of fees over $5,000 shall be paid into the Treasury. A bill supplemental to an act to establish Judicial Courts in certain Indian territories. A bill to authorize the President to offer rewards for the apprehension of fugitives from justics. Also, Senate bill to authorize the Secretary of War to purchase or lease real estate; and, A Senate bill to provide for the appointment of Chief Constructer in the Navy. A bill increase the salary of the Judge of the Eastern District of Virginia was rejected. Also, a bill to fix the salary of the Commissioner of Patents. The Senate bill to provide for the seizure of railroads to facilitate transportation for the Government was discussed at some length, and finally postponed until to day. The Senate bill to conficate the inter
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Congressional Summary. In the Senate, Monday, the following House bills were passed: A bill concerning the fees of District Attorneys, with an amendment providing that the excess of fees over $5,000 shall be paid into the Treasury. A bill supplemental to an act to establish Judicial Courts in certain Indian territories. A bill to authorize the President to offer rewards for the apprehension of fugitives from justics. Also, Senate bill to authorize the Secretary of War to purchase or lease real estate; and, A Senate bill to provide for the appointment of Chief Constructer in the Navy. A bill increase the salary of the Judge of the Eastern District of Virginia was rejected. Also, a bill to fix the salary of the Commissioner of Patents. The Senate bill to provide for the seizure of railroads to facilitate transportation for the Government was discussed at some length, and finally postponed until to day. The Senate bill to conficate the inter
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ll concerning the fees of District Attorneys, with an amendment providing that the excess of fees over $5,000 shall be paid into the Treasury. A bill supplemental to an act to establish Judicial Courts in certain Indian territories. A bill to authorize the President to offer rewards for the apprehension of fugitives from justics. Also, Senate bill to authorize the Secretary of War to purchase or lease real estate; and, A Senate bill to provide for the appointment of Chief Constructer in the Navy. A bill increase the salary of the Judge of the Eastern District of Virginia was rejected. Also, a bill to fix the salary of the Commissioner of Patents. The Senate bill to provide for the seizure of railroads to facilitate transportation for the Government was discussed at some length, and finally postponed until to day. The Senate bill to conficate the interest of alien enemies in the telegraph lines was then taken up. A motion to indefinitely postpone the
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Shooting Affrey. --A man named John Murphy was taken in custody yesterday evening by officer Crone, of the city police, and lodged in the cage, charged with feloniosly shooting and wounding Mason Gallaban. The shooting occurred on the corner immediately west of the area of the Old Market, and was by some trivial quarter between the two men not transpire. The shot took in the mouth of Gallahan, knocking out one or two of his teeth. The wound blad profusely. Immediately after discharice, and lodged in the cage, charged with feloniosly shooting and wounding Mason Gallaban. The shooting occurred on the corner immediately west of the area of the Old Market, and was by some trivial quarter between the two men not transpire. The shot took in the mouth of Gallahan, knocking out one or two of his teeth. The wound blad profusely. Immediately after discharging his pistol Murphy ran off up 17th street, but was pursued, and, after some considerable search, secured in a house.
Shooting Affrey. --A man named John Murphy was taken in custody yesterday evening by officer Crone, of the city police, and lodged in the cage, charged with feloniosly shooting and wounding Mason Gallaban. The shooting occurred on the corner immediately west of the area of the Old Market, and was by some trivial quarter between the two men not transpire. The shot took in the mouth of Gallahan, knocking out one or two of his teeth. The wound blad profusely. Immediately after discharging his pistol Murphy ran off up 17th street, but was pursued, and, after some considerable search, secured in a house.
Shooting Affrey. --A man named John Murphy was taken in custody yesterday evening by officer Crone, of the city police, and lodged in the cage, charged with feloniosly shooting and wounding Mason Gallaban. The shooting occurred on the corner immediately west of the area of the Old Market, and was by some trivial quarter between the two men not transpire. The shot took in the mouth of Gallahan, knocking out one or two of his teeth. The wound blad profusely. Immediately after discharging his pistol Murphy ran off up 17th street, but was pursued, and, after some considerable search, secured in a house.
The Monitor fleet-reports from Havana Jackson, April 29. --A special to the Appeal gives news from the Chicago Times, of the 14th. It says there will be no immediate resumption of hostilities at Charleston. The entire Monitor fleet will be sent to the Mississippi. Burnside has issued an order desirring that all persons within the Federal lines, who are benefiting the Confederates shall, on conviction, suffer death. Carrington, at Indianapolis, has issued a similar order. It was reported at Havana that Com. Wlikas had been arrested and paroled for firing into a Spanish steamer. Also, that Admiral Milue had ordered the arrest of Wlikes for being, with the Vanderbiltle crew engaged in the Peterhoff affair. Gov. Curtis offers 10,000 militia to protect Washington from a thousand Yankees, near Harnando. [So reads the dispatch, defying intelligible interpretation.] It is believed that the enemy are advancing on Holly Springs from Corinth.
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The Monitor fleet-reports from Havana Jackson, April 29. --A special to the Appeal gives news from the Chicago Times, of the 14th. It says there will be no immediate resumption of hostilities at Charleston. The entire Monitor fleet will be sent to the Mississippi. Burnside has issued an order desirring that all persons within the Federal lines, who are benefiting the Confederates shall, on conviction, suffer death. Carrington, at Indianapolis, has issued a similar order. It was reported at Havana that Com. Wlikas had been arrested and paroled for firing into a Spanish steamer. Also, that Admiral Milue had ordered the arrest of Wlikes for being, with the Vanderbiltle crew engaged in the Peterhoff affair. Gov. Curtis offers 10,000 militia to protect Washington from a thousand Yankees, near Harnando. [So reads the dispatch, defying intelligible interpretation.] It is believed that the enemy are advancing on Holly Springs from Corinth.
The Monitor fleet-reports from Havana Jackson, April 29. --A special to the Appeal gives news from the Chicago Times, of the 14th. It says there will be no immediate resumption of hostilities at Charleston. The entire Monitor fleet will be sent to the Mississippi. Burnside has issued an order desirring that all persons within the Federal lines, who are benefiting the Confederates shall, on conviction, suffer death. Carrington, at Indianapolis, has issued a similar order. It was reported at Havana that Com. Wlikas had been arrested and paroled for firing into a Spanish steamer. Also, that Admiral Milue had ordered the arrest of Wlikes for being, with the Vanderbiltle crew engaged in the Peterhoff affair. Gov. Curtis offers 10,000 militia to protect Washington from a thousand Yankees, near Harnando. [So reads the dispatch, defying intelligible interpretation.] It is believed that the enemy are advancing on Holly Springs from Corinth.
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The Monitor fleet-reports from Havana Jackson, April 29. --A special to the Appeal gives news from the Chicago Times, of the 14th. It says there will be no immediate resumption of hostilities at Charleston. The entire Monitor fleet will be sent to the Mississippi. Burnside has issued an order desirring that all persons within the Federal lines, who are benefiting the Confederates shall, on conviction, suffer death. Carrington, at Indianapolis, has issued a similar order. It was reported at Havana that Com. Wlikas had been arrested and paroled for firing into a Spanish steamer. Also, that Admiral Milue had ordered the arrest of Wlikes for being, with the Vanderbiltle crew engaged in the Peterhoff affair. Gov. Curtis offers 10,000 militia to protect Washington from a thousand Yankees, near Harnando. [So reads the dispatch, defying intelligible interpretation.] It is believed that the enemy are advancing on Holly Springs from Corinth.
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