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SPECIAL NOTIC
8QjLiiEft«' Aw Society.—There will
te
a meeting of the ted lea
dl
The
w
Vtdgu,
the Soldien' Aid Socle-
1y tilt* (Tuesday) afternoon at s o'alock, with liri.
Chitt«nden, roriiHT of 4th and Fallon atreeta, for the
purpoae of making comfort*
Ackwowleikjkment.—The Ladies of
the SoldieTt1 Aid Society wuald gratefully
acknowl^ A I)RY HaUL.
edge the receipt of $V6 from tbr SUtor. of The Viei
tatioo. being a portion of the proceed* of their Fair
ahtch lital preteula moat timely and acceptable gift
Mri. i. h. HOVMtU,,Fr*H.
Urt. H. BtRomm,f'ft'j.
JJOLLA FIRE COMPANY,"
regular monthly root-tiny of th« KotlaFlW Co
*!lltalu [tiki th (Monday) evening Jai fit
ai-J
6th,
at 6 o'clock, at the regular f.iu.e or mt-Wirig.—
At It la ear animal
mectltij all
ineiuhara are all re-
quCAlCMl lo Uu
*yordi»r, M. WAKD, President.
J.K. Wumt, Sac'y. Uwftllt
AXTKNTluSt, CtTY lU^fcEW. Tbe regu
lar monthly nift'Uiij will IrtjheU on Moaday tfVeoitig
next, at 7 o'cicid A general attendance of the mem.
tb* Company i# r^jtj*#tcd, as
troatotif
jH-'TUUfe will ht before the meeting,
Hjr oxiUsr of tfe» Canton..
JOHHBRl'CE,
,,nid8t
Of tin-
•. OrdorVSwgH.
"Y'ollnteers
for the warm
1,000 ABLE-BODIED MEN,
(iictwera the Age* of ifc aud 11,
WAATJiJ^Wt TM Uth KLWMLW W10WA
V0L1 YilOS,
To »err* Lyan/ry, for Three 3car*,
L/ilet* Sooner Ducharged.
TbteBcRiuientta now heingraiaed ender atrtborUy
or
iitti,
Fremont,aim tlie authority of the Coteri.orof
Iowa, and wilirfiid?i¥OU»at Kvok'.k, aiid a. t-oun u
OTgaufaed
will
be at oboe ci»tb«d aud *{uippedfor ac-
Ureafrvlee
Kubal.teiiee »ill be fuTiiiaUed
at
U«U|ed SWei
iiitianimation
the e*p«i.* of
at
drilling WBLUT C'oPjJiai,let ar-
the
place of renderrotja, to Volunteer.
b*illg
raswd, tli ie*ord-
acoe Willi loftrucliuiJt to rerraitii.icutt.cers.
H. T. R£ID,
Colonel l&th Reg. Iowa. Tdutam.
Keektik, ou. 16
AB!
WABI1 W-AH111
Ai. jterautii kcejAug or taTli.j fcr ail#, at. a
of Muuitioba ol W»r,iutha« Gutta, PiatoU.Ke
ktnrf»or AiBn7u,7iTvi arc required oot
aelt lo any p«r»ou wiihout ui. orderfroni ihruoder
hi» «r«ter mutl be atrirtiy complied with
kaderpenalt) »t lorfeitinj all articlea mentlontd la
—thbirpoaaeaaioa. JOHN 8TA»Mh,
Sur»oy'orfortol fceo|tu^»
Jjll'THERlA AfcD CKOl*\
I*ORTJICWI TUFUIHLFTTLF AII3 *IIUSCIOUTD^MMNTIIIK^
lUiUtUc U uiilaitli.g r^aied) if ua«d lo
***'*•. 1 hr-.it ai»d Cheat and cot,
Or wiU. tiei I. IX i» Ua.iu,ti.t ha* ti
tfcc fiObi'.f t-rer 90 ytun, aud Ita comtaiitii U.treaama
4tamaid l.a» e»iabl1ahel lia rejiuiauo^ *,
a
.uperlor
ut
aarh t«tti«.
hold bj-all DrUFgtjta. Price tScpota
Order ma) be addreiaetl lo J. T. ilkluaOS, Wltole
aale Afent, So. SI Main at., Eaokak, Iowa.
^HEOAT AND LUNGS.
Ai Uit
Order* may be addT*aa«d u, J. T. WllklnatA, Wkola.
«a|. Atent, So. 81 Mato-au, Iowa.
j-£AR.\£8S LEATHElt.
500 Sides of Harness
Leather
04»H SA1,E A*
\v
CEMTS
t7i
13obw1IU
amld.~
itGARS.
FtKPOI ND
HTV.NOXJI-I*
fuuble KeOued Hawdcred
Sttfar,
WiUOTT.
I'lft* Bm4
Timothy 8eed
White Ream
For which the tngheat mai ktt ratea wtil b* paid in
KtLLOOGA B1KGE,
-OASU ttjr
DkIUivIB W Main-at.
lVKRy ST
A BUS,
a irat S|, bcf. Main and Johniea.
l.ltn.lfch an.l AKKlAuit* or the beat
•las* ii» aj f. a.ii fui
JBUI.ea
t..i*rUc4 1) tilt aujf «r wetk, at uncea to auil
ttl iiUic#.
Irautirm ouatouera accoainitdal«d.
Ord'-r. lor the Uu.uil.ua to i un to aud troBi the
raau.
and Meatubuata lctt at Uu
LW C1XRON,
K*w Layer Baialu,
Hail-
btabta
ox the
Hou»t. »ill be ptuuiptij attended to.
iMoaiat
_^ecl0tl V. VAAOKKOAl..
CainuU
qccVJU
VUUci
aad
—*etfliimSO
A WQtKKK,'11'
d*'
Haiu-at.
MILLS gULNCl' FLO Lit
**\t by
KOBIKTSON & M'autt.v,
Cruahed.CUrinwl
and
HrQueU hil*'Sufiar.
ROBCKTKUN 4 M'QL KfciN,
?e Ahiiii-at.
Foraaleby
de«Ud
40 CASKS FRFCISH BALTLAJORE
v U\ UVS1 fchb jiiat received auu (or sale l,j
ktLuibii a hiht.i,.
j^tUAR.
Ml hhda.Juat reteitadaud foraaUb* the hhd.,hW,
•rll relu.,io» t»y
kkuloug
I'OUiH'.K (or Ml by
a liiuuK.
pRLbl OLN & MKRIULL'S

iilAb'l
KtI.tOOG a K.
I ULiiMA.N SLOLLLLSLl LKiji^L
v muh'I A wo
fearl burluyi
l'eari S»#0}
Xopiocar
Caraway Seeds:
Flavor. iixtiact«
Poraale by
onSld
j^UGARS.
aodfterbat
'lubicbaltin boiea
Uurranta,
Kaialna,
HO^KTSOKA
rocofat 7« AdjUd-at.,W.QtKEN^1^
a^okuk, lows.
adeapi^iDoVtile-Reflned Powdered.
Cruahed.
O White.
*V A Yellow.
wmvttm McQuata.
»ep*-d
GATE CITY.
I E S A Y A N V A Y 7
£&" The Paymaster is daily expected
here to pay off the loth Regiment. His
arrival will be warmly greeted
For »ome rwwwm the
St. Louis and Chicago mails du.' vestor
day failed to connect. Fortunately *e
have a Telegraph and the
Gatb
City
will supply the demand for newc.
A Chabb.*--Yesterday about noon Con
atable Hendriekson was seen in full chase
after a soldier, who had illegally taken
s.me hats from Voorhiea' hat store.
When last seen they were going full tilt
out Johnson street.
Mgse Skow.—-On Sunday rooming
there was a fino fall of snow, and with
the sleet which preceded it we Itave the
fineBt sleighing possible. Yesterday peo
ple were improving the opportunitv, and
anything in the o£xttQaer« was at a
premium.
/•grCompany I, oftbe 15th Hepriinent,
was organized yesterday by electing Lloyd
I). Simpson, CapGuu Monroe Reid, 1st
Lieutenant and R. W. Hiiinilton, 2d
Lieutenant. Mr. [Iatnilton is from Oace
ola. Clark coonty, was a private in Com
pany F, 1st Regiment, aiui
of TV/fson'« Creek.
lh«
battle
Death* In thf Ifsvpttal.
\\m. l'ool and Ruiuf liai.es, priygtcii
in Company F, 15th Regiment, both from
Fremont county, died in the Hospital on
Sunday, and ftoah hitaker, of Compan^
C, frwiu Oskalooea, died yesterday. Th^
diweaae in each ease was measles.
There are now about eighty patient« in
tlic Hospital from the 15th Regiment.—
1 hey are reported to be doing well, and
the health^ the regio»eiit is«tpifliy im
proving,
Notioe.—The person wlio to«4r tlie
piece of yellow fiunnelon Saturday last,
Jicd
r!»o
more
aeaaoa tf tfca year when co«b1# and colda
art-trout»!eauiUf I ttrj fuull) aU.uld have a »afr aud
Mmlu
remrdy
at hand. ^%rH^*» llite Syrup aud
Twj :he very thibf. Il It u.4 uui ileju4iit for
Alldreu lake*, ia u tiiaiii core for Croup,
Wl«)#piog euf!i, Brocchltia, A«ii»ioa, Cewgha,aad all
aa-ctiouii oJ ii.«s 'Ihtoalai.U Lm-jji.
t"lil by jII Urugftat*. Vnce 544Ofiita.
the person who took the shawl
on the 1st of this month, (New Year's
day ), from the dry goods store No* (J E«
te House, art known to the proprietor.—
utwre] The "capture" of the goods was seen by
*"an
lh* Bo»el» ai^i KiOaeya, Kjrt-
m»- aff^ti,o8 Kore £je», Bartii, ilra, U .uida and
Bruj»ta.
'»»l P«t» »alao pam|/hlet witk af*Mf aaCawoiKl
oue
l48ioieniln alt a«» vh-:re a »ovU4ii| and rtlaxiug of the goods does not wbh to DroSCCUtC
K,..—U-,K...!.aCC0CI)t „f ,he ,„vjc(i
Wltne?*, and 8B the owner
u^Anerjw Johnson of Tean, wnte«
to a fritnd:
We are anxiously lool.ing to the move
ments of our natioual army, trusting that
it will strike an eiui-iuai blow before
many days and carry terror throughout
the rebel camps, 'fhe Government can
not and will not pause much lunger iu
making muie deeided demonstration.—
For winter, the weather is open and toiid,
favoring in an eminent degree winter
campaign.
A reporter in the coast expedition
Patently went out on Tybee Island, to Bur
vey a fort that had been evacuated by the
rebels. He had not proceeded far when a
shell was lired at hina from Fort Pulaski,
and had it not been for a corporal who
knew the ropes, without doubt he would
never have been able to make hit* mark
again the corporal ran out, knocked him
down, and fell ltiuibelf, and the aforesaid
shell burst within a rod, but without iu
4nry la any one Xiiatis. about LLu± titsi
instance we have known where it would
be esteemed a favor to be knocked down.
1®r Since tJ.e war flurry, an English
officer who had entered the service of the
United States, and been given the rank
of Colonel, resigned, stating it would be
improper for him to continue in our ser
vice. Major Clark of the Rankin Lanc
cers at Detroit, a Canadian, has taken an
other view of his duty, and manifests it
by taking the oath of allegiance to the
Lnited States, aud declaring that he went
in lor the war and for .the country.
r, -~y'
jf-#"'i lie Cincinnati Enquirer of 4he
30th alludes to the arrival iu that city of
Messrs. Steele, of Kcft .Jersej", and Judge
Holman, of Indiana, with their Clerks
and Sergeant-at-Arms, to carry on the in
vestigations into fiaudg upon the Govern
ment, and savs an immense fluttering is
the consequence,
*rtr An important change has been
made in the uniform of our troops. Sity
blue cloth is to be substituted for dark
blue lor the pants of officers aud privates
ol the cavalry, artillery and infantry arms
of service.. The saving in the oost of in
digo will be very great.
JtSdf'C ol. Elliott of the 2d Iowa Caval
iy. though promoted lo be M^jor in the
regular service, is permitted to remain wMi
his oommand in Miaeouri.
BY TELEOBAFH.
f'flst Kialit's Report.
Wisconsin State Oflieeis,.
Madison, Wis., Jan. 3*
The inauguration of the Governor and
State officers took pluee to-day. Ex-Gov
ernor Randall, on retiring, thanked his
friends and co-workers, and expressed re
gret at parting. He was followed by
Governor Harvey i& a jf* bri«f I||4 ap
propriate remarks.
Within Six Miles of Charleston!
AivoTiirn
New York, Jan. 3.
The steamship Vanderbilt from l'ort
Royal, the 3d, has arrived. 8he brings
•J.67ii bttW of cotton.—Gen. Stevens'
brigade advanced on the main land on the
1st, and took possession of the rebel bat
teries after a Miort re^iotance. The troops
tfere assisted hy the gnnboats in shelling
the rebcla. Gen. Stevena followed up to
within six miles of Charleston. A flag
of truce from the rebe ls requested per
mission to bury their dead nnd an hour
was granted for that purpose, wheu they
fell back on their fortifications, which are
said to be very extensive and defended by
from 11,000 to 12,000 men under Gen.
Pope. Their loss is unknown. Our
force wns 4,500, and had cijjht wounded,
including Major Watson, of theHth Mieh
itran, mortally. Gen. St'-vcns now hold®
pusseasion of the main land, nnd awaits
reinforcements from the North to proceed.
nnrnti mhiss,
W I STI.hu
w
which the offending party belongs, this
mode is resorted .to to save further ex
posure. Return the i-hawl and flannel and
there will be an end of it.
*ta.tipi i:!\u:lopes,
We would be doing our readers an es
aential service, if we could induec them
lo purchase the three cent Government
stamped envelopes in preference to stamps.
The stamped envelopes are sold at® three
»»d a fifth ccnts, and the envelopes are
eluaper and better than can be bought
elsewhere. ^Besides, they have lines for
direction, and the Government aathorizes
Postmasters to exchange arid give a fresh
envelope fur any that way be returned to
ihe office, spoiled in directing it*fc
i K I
.IMA,
[S|)ecial to the Cin iMr):iti Couitnereial.J
lIutio!isv»lie, Va., Jun. 0.
A force consisting of 40 of the 20th
Ohio, ii00 of the 2d V a. and 38 of Rrack
en'« Cavalry, the whole under the com
mand of Maj. Geo. Webster of the 27th
Ohio, returned to-day after an absence of
six day*, having marehej to Huntersville,
the depot for rebel supplies in Western
Virginia, attackel and put to flight an
equal re-bel foreh and burned aH the rebel
•applies.
The rebel force consisted of 400 regu
lar cavalry, armed with Sharp's carbines,
and from ij00 to 500 infantry and militia.
1 hair cavalry attacked us two miles from
Huntersville. Wc droye theuu from point
to point, and finally they beat a hasty re
treat out of town as wc charged through
it. Their supplies, consisting of 800
bb!a. of flour, 300 salted beeves, *3000
lbs. salt, and large quantities of eoffe3, su
gar, riee, bacon, army clothing, &e.,
worth from 625,OOu to were en
tirely destroyed. We also took a large
number of Sharp's carbines, sabers and
pistols.
One rebel was killed and seven wotted
ed. We had one man serionuly wounded.
It was a complete success. Maj. Web
ster and hi* command behaved gallantly
throughout. The march was a severe
one ot 104 miles, hut the boys returned in
glorious spirits. The stars" aud stripes
were left floating on the court house.
The Fight at H&ncoeit
Frederick, Md., Jan. 6.
At an early hour this morning the 3d
brigade left here for Hancock, leuwug the
40th Penn. at Williamspurt. The rest of
th e division is under marching orders.—
Nothing ba bean heard from Hancock
since morning.
FOREIGN NEWS.
ilalifax, Jan. G.
The steamship Bohemian from Liver*
pool 26th via Londonderry 27th, has ar
rived.
Business generally in Liverpool dhd
London had been suspended owing to the
holidays. No provisions or breadstufls
market.
Htn. Anson Burlingame, Minister to
China, had arrived at Canton and was well
received Placards were posted in the
streets of Hon:: Kong threatening extir
pation of all Europeans.
There was gnat excitement at Lisbon,
and the body of the King was to be dis
interred.
Londonderry, Dec. 27.—Advices from
America are unfavorably eonstrned in
Ixindou and the fund*'are drooping iu
consequence. In Liverpool peaceful hopes
preponderate and cotton is rising, o
A number of gunboats have been or
dered to the Mersey. It is staled that
the frigate Algiers has been statioued off
the Straits of Gibralter to prevent the
passage of privateers. Two frigates were
to leave Gi bra her on the 1st of Jan. for
America.
It was reported in Paris that the Or
leins Princes were to return to Europe
forthwith.
The English papers are still discussing
the Trent affair in a hopeful view that the
rebel commissioners will be given up by
Cabinet at Washington and a war be thus
avoided. Pending the receipt of advices
from America iu response to the English
advices by the Europa, there is much
speculation as to what decision the U. 8.
(iovcrnment will arrive at in regard to
surrendering Slide!I and Mason. The
prevailing opinion, however, is in favor of
peace. War risks at Lloyd's have a
downward tendency. The English papers
express the hope that the French dispatch
will reach Washington in time to influ
ttttee the tepiy oi Mr. Seward.
The Paris Press says that new South
ern Commissioners have arrived at some
northern port, and are now en route for
Paris and London.
The London Times has a criticism on
Sec'y Chase's financial report, and expa
tiates at some length at the extraordinary
extension of the borrowing system, de
claring that it cxcccds anything in Eng
lish history.
France is about to send reinforcements
to the squadron off Mexico and also lo the
•quadron off the northwestern ooaat of
America. It is also rumored in Pari* th»t
a squadron of observation i* to be sen to
Ihe eastern coast of America, uuder Aj-.
mirul Hcnsnd.
Paris Bourse ctes»i lat ^artcrday at
C7f25e for the rentes.
The Madrid correspondence says that
pain is to send from 0000 to 7000 men
to Mexico, and that the Spanish squad
ron is to sail in three divisions.
OHIO AFFAIRS.
Cleveland, Jan. 0.
The Ohio Legislature organized 'o-day.
The Governor's message is congratula
tory on the prospect of a favorable termi
nus of the present war and on the general
prosperity of the State for the past year. He
rtcitqg briefly the State's history sinee 11802,
when the Constitution was adopted, show
ing the immense increase iu wealth and
population. After devoting some spa^e
to affairs of local interest, he refer* to the
report of Secretary Chase, and dissents
from Ins plan ot national currency as liable
to many objections, and impracticable as a
mount roof relief to the Government. He
likewise objects to the income tax itnpoa
ed by Congress as making an unwise dis
crimination between people who are all
Willing to contribute to the support of the
Government in proportion to their means
sod also discriminating between [Jnited
States securities.
Referring to military affairs, the Gov
ernor states that on the first call of the
President, 92,000 men volunteered. The
number now in the three years' service is
(,844, of which 4o,98i'i are in active
them
which are estimated at 10,000. The total
amount expended for war purposes to
January 1st, 18G2, including uupaid lia
Bilities, is 82,.'vi0,4jl. Amonnt refund
ed by the I'nited States is §1,077,700.
The Governor thinks the ultimate effect
of the war will be the extinction of sla
very, but he deprecates immediate emanci.
patios
XXXVII Congress--First Session.
to the Adjutant General, who submitted
Tho rwpoMe 'tk..NewlB,i,rb0
notice, unless we consent to a trampling! country was without precedent, and we
on of our rights. We should wat(di with i had now to make precedents. These pajers
a jealous e^a the right of wholesome in- i" reference to Mr. Stark were well attest
quiry. The inquiry related to a great hy his neighbors and townsmen,
national calamity, and the most atrocious Mr. Bayard thought the case had bettiP"
military murders ever committed in our [goo*** to-morrow, that the Senate
history, and the most humiliating triumph might have time to look into it.
oi the rebellion, a blunder so gro^s that «Mr. Trumbull said the case was not
every uiau can see it and no one who has without precedent and referred to the ease
ever dared to deny or defend it. Besides of Mr. Lauman, of Connecticut, where
the defeat and large loss of arms and muni-! the credentials were referred, and also the
tions of war, there was a sacrifice of 930 lease of Mr. (iriswold, of Ohio, where the
men. The resolution to which he (Con- 'credentials were also referred.
kling) referred was proposed out of re- Mr. Sumner said the case was unprece?
speet to the metntry of those men aud in dented. The Senate is now examining
deference to the public property and self-! the loyalty of certain members.
respect to the nation. It was to inquire j. Mr. Bayard .•-aid that there were men
in the Senate in 1^12 who were opposed
to the war with Great liritfuu aud wiib
the action of the Government.
whether the military authorities have ta
keu any steps whatever to ascertain who
is responsible for the slaughter of the
sons of New York, Massachusetts aud
Pennsylvania. General Stone, who was
in command, is a member of the regxihtr
army. Ctd. Baker was a vol un teen The he was iu the same category. He (Bright)
respective friends of these gentlemen have l^d the Senate was examining and1
raised a question as to the merits of the j80 far as he was eoucered, he wan tmly
case involving the efficiency of regulars sorry tlmt they were anxious for a re
am! volunteers. He (Conkling
toleration for buch a controversy.
quiry was absolutely necessary. The man
that is to blame should fall upon his ktiees
jpon tus knees
and u*k pardon. If Col. Baker was re
sponsible. most lameutnbly has he suffer
ed. If General fcstone is responsible, a
greater weight of guilt never rested upon
any other man than upou him,
Mr. Conkling, in the course of his re
marks, said the Government is spending
two million of dollars a day with over
GOO,000 men in the field. Whenever we
have made au advauee we have been out
numbered and ignominiously defeated,
and yet the House and the country arc de
nied the right of knowing who is respon
sible. It we cannot Imve indemnity for
tho past, in the name of humanity let us
have security for the future. Let us
know who is responsible for the disgrace
ful disaster at Ball's Bluff. He said after
the publication of Adjutant General
Thomas' report relative to General Fre
mont, certainly no publication of anything
connected with the army should be sup.'
pressed. Mr. Coukliug was very, pointed
in his remarks nnd severe in his comments.
He offered a preamble reciting the resolu
tion heretofore adopted,
and
t^e response,
concluding with a resolution that the
auswtr to it k neither respoashre nor sat-
is factory !o the House, and hat the Secre
tary of War be directed to return auothcr
answer.
Mr. Richardson said he was opposed to
the whole resolution. It was a subject
with which they had nothing to do, and
the sooner they stopped the proceedings
the better for the country.
Mr. Crittenden thought the House had
Bo power under the Constitution to in
quire into nutters purely military. The
army is under the omiuind of tlte Presi
dent who is responsil le k.r its operations.
To interfere with this, therefore, would
be an attempt to extend our civil jnr s
dietion. Eren il we had the right to male
such nil enquiry, did not public pulhj\
forbid it 1 Could war be successfully uoi
ducted on such a principle? If faults
have been committed they are to be ex
amined into and punUu.d ly the military
tribunals. Such an enquiry now w^u'd
lead to future similar embarrassments.—
He believed that the whole country has
confidonce in Mr. MeClelJan. We bad
better weaken our army than weaken con
fidence in the General-in-Chief. An ar
my of hares led by a lion is more to be
dreaded than an army af lions led bv a
hare.
Mr. Conkling furtharexplained the ob
ject and purpose of his resolution reply
ing ti» Mr. Crittenden.
Mr. allandighaiu said he would at all
times maintain the subordination of the
military to the civil authority. The Brit
ish Parliament has exercised the richt of
inquiry into the conduct of the Crimoan
war.
service outside of the State. This does only exercised a discretion nlirtwed to biro
.not include citizens of Ohio who have en-j by the House aud it waa now too Lt^ (,
tered military organization in other States]complain of it.
because of want of authority to receive Mr. Lovejoy entered his protest against
hut here the Secretary of War had
Ohio, contingent numbers of the principle enunciated by the trentle-
"Washington, Jan. G.
House.—-llr.
Conklin rising to ques­
tion of privilege, called attention to tlie
fact that, ou the second day of the ses
sion a resolution was ad«pted with refer
ence to the battle
resolution proposed no iu vcstgati'on infoany most rasj»eotablo "portions of the'iobabit
future transactions whatever. It simply ants of Portland. The papers stale that
reijucsted the Secretary of War to iuform i Mr. St^irk is understood to be an open a 4
the ilouce whether auy steps have been avowed secessionist, that he defends the
takeu to ascertain who was responsible for I course of the South an^had giveu utter
the disaster. The resolution was handed
man from Kentucky, having always be
lieved the military shonld be subordinate
to the civil powers. We are waiting in
the fruitless hope that the rebellion will
put itself down. The idea is, if we don't
hurt anybody the rebels will return to
their allegiance.
Sena.tk.—Mr. Nesmith presented the
credentials of ttrm. Renj. StaFk, who was
appointed Senator to Oil the vaeancycatis
ed by the death of Senator liaker,
Mr. Fe^sendeu moved that the admin
istration of the oath be suspended for the
present, and the credentials of Mr. Stark
together with certain papers which he
held in his (Fc^seuden's hands be refer
red t» the Judiciary Committee. The pa-
of Ball's BJaff, The Pers w^re well atte,-ted by many of the
anc®
4
1
't to the Commander in-Chief, lie Fort Sumter, and declaring that in the
(Conkling iwaf* unwilling to believe that
caSl"
the Commander-in-Chiefhad read the res-! South and fight for the rehols. He
olution, because he could not impute to if Fessentien i bad examined the papers with
hint the design to trifle with the House, deliberation and therefore made the mo*,
and return an evasive answer. If he dii tion.
read it, he certainly misunderstood its Mr. Bright said that there was no pre
purport. He seemdd to have received cedent for such a inotiou. He never
the impression that a future enquiry was knew of a case where a Senator had been
to be instituted, and that of a very
gen-!
eral character, and be accordingly ex- Senator had better be sworn and then let
pressed an opinion to the Adjutant Gen- i Senate take cognisance of the matter
eral, which was reported to the Secretary properly. Never had baser falsehoods
ot W ar, and by the latter transmitted to weii offered than those in regard to him
the House. The answer to the resolution j*flf, which had been sent to the Senate
did not inform the House that steps had here. He had in his pocket a copy of
b«cn made to show who was fo blame for the A ork Herald where it wa stated
the Ball'.s Bluff disaster.
w^ evasive. Now this was a disregard
of the privileges of the House which
oughi to Mciw and jproiiipt j™ p^ct, b»t the
statements at wnr with the govern-
such as approving the attack on
"f war he would sell hi.- property and
refused the oath. lie thought that the
b. Bripdi« (Wai I
Mr. Bright said that he supposed that
he was referred to by the Senator from
Massachusetts, (Sumner.) At any rate
i (Bri
examining
Bult.
Mr. Lano, of Indiana, thought that
sufficient for the day was the evil thereof.
W hen the other cast e catne op the Senate
will be ready to vote thereupon. There
can be no diflcreuce of opinion in regard
to the present war by any patriot. The
credentials of Mr. Stark and the papers
handed in by Mr. l'essenden were then
laid on the table for the present.
Mr. Wilson presented a petition* from
citizens of Pennsylvania that John C.
Fremont be appointed Lieuteuant Gener
al. Mr. Wilson also presented a petition
in reference to Geu. McKinstry, repre
senting that ho was confined in prison
closely, iu violation of the rules of war.
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his colleague at Rome during the "trium
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number.
is understood that Hon. John
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