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   Daily Milwaukee News (Newspaper) - December 23, 1865, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                                MILWAUKEE DECEMBER FROM WASHINGTON Ci SratfcerB nf Decile to re fice pt from Evils In the F Bu reau to be corrected r t i IS V argmut m need finother loan MflfUry Pageant in Henry Wilson convicted of u m murder I X Ward eeutencf d to the Peniten tiary for murder Resignation of Brown declined Safe fine Sanitary XmnMon of Union Bank judgment a gainst Ketchum Son Lewte D f acpbfll appointed Mio Isier to Mfi co J A negro outbreak feared at Richmond ItfebeHmd frencb troops wiil ta wUbdrawn frem Petition for the pardon of Jefferson Davis FROTl Washington dispatch the eon them members of con gress elect held a caucus yesterday and de cided to return to their leaving one from each state to represent before the joint committee in The Posts Washington special says Tan Dykes friends confident of his ap pointment as collector of the port of New He is strongly recommended by prominent citizens therecent report of lieutenant general Grant to the giving bis views of tbe feelings of the southern he jpoke of the freedmeos bureau as an absolute neceaity until civil law is established and securing to the freeiimen their rights and full and said this at it is independent of the military establishment ef the and seems to be operated by different acts ot the according to their individual no commissioner of freedmens in view of ithe remarks of general today issued an order calling the at tention of the bssistant commissioners to that and that a most thorough inspection will at once be sad the evils complained of be An order from the department makes the bureau the inkitary es and any agent officer who presumes to act contrary to suck instrne tlou wfll be forthwith removed or to the department for trial Ifcgf ilVvtprl b all oMtten a character they are under the direction of eoamander ia the same manner as an in the who repoitB te the chief Every aaiiatantoem missioner will seek cooperation wita the department and must keep him furnished with all the information in his JHto formal approval must be when to all ord aw and circulars issued by the assistant It is stated that of Torki ban been appefcjttd In the tfonlleverdy Johnson delivered an argument against the test Thtre being our it ii necessary to look into the constitution itself to ice what powers were originally red upon These being congress is authorised to pass all necessary1 and proper laws to carry them into effect These powers are to be as to effect the ofcjectJhey areuwlgfaed to acoom It is the duty of tbe court to ascer tain what this is ptd wheth er the legislation will defeat or secure the A restriction to the class of that congress shallfpass no ex post facto law or bill of The meaning of this is well understood to be tnat any law which makes an seta crime which was not a crime when the act was but the law of 1865 does punish in point of because it precludes the exercise at a lawful and strikes at a profession in which his hopes and am and support of nimself and family involved Tbe punishment te cruel and hid to all the objections of the while it takes fronrJjirfTWl its The original act of W62 was not madeapplica ble to the attorneys in the Courts of the Three years were suffered to when some one in congress who may have been previously and who saw dan ger in every who had token part in the rebellion introduced a bill applying the provisions of the law to practicing Thebill was submitted to the judiciary com mittee of the and by a unanimous vote fas It received the sanction of the It was passed for the purpose of excluding the and all similarly sit from the United States It was not tor conduct subsequent but ante cedent to the passage of the This act comes within the clear meaning of the clause in the constitution that congress shall pass no ex post fa sto law or bill of attain No rights can be taken by law unless the accused sball be first convicted of the offence and these rights include the holding of office and emolument and Booh laws as that of 1865 were pe nal Tbe attorney genera bad ar gued last Friday that the admission to is not a natural right bnt is created by and therefore may be regulated by law and either given or taken but it is not true that congress can bv law prohibit the appearaaee of counsellors in the courts of the United The constitution pro vides that parties charged with crime shall have the benefit of and therefore congress no jurisdiction over that sub It is true that every court is vested by the common law with power to make regulations to exclude improper but congress has no right to say who shall or who shall not appear as The obli gation which is imposed on congress to ore ate courts carries with it an obligation on the part of the courts to admit Tbe safety of the citisen depends on the exist ence of tbe provision for the admission of The preservation of liberty de as illustrated by the history ef the that there should be such a body of men ia all revolutionary struggles and des potisms which have disgraced the Congress would convert itself into a tyr an ay while of it weuld exclude such a class of The act of congress under review compels a man to swear against while no power is given to the court to inquire into the No by the is compelled to testify against The with was involved in the effort to establish their separate independence of the authority of the United and resisted it by levy ing The punishment for treason ante rior to the passage of the act of 1865 was death Bat this act imposes an additional that persons thus ac cused shall not be admitted as attorneys in the United States in passed a law saying whenever the president deemed he might declare a general while the constitution confers upon him the exclusive power of granting and reprieves The pardon p4aoea the recip ient of h in the position he stood before the ef the ttakes him a new and him of all antecedent con Suppose the law of had been made a part of the act for the punish ment of and the man committing the crime had beea would it not also have exemplilSlfc punishment for the and prevented him from being excluded frotS practicing as as attorney f the United States courts t the pardon covers part of the an a law to punish for the offense pardoned The disgraceful fact is presetrtefl to dent of the United States 32 wlfbotrt Congress eaanot say U be petitioner you shall be tried for treason after having been If this is true of one class of crimes it is true of ell IfoJohnjon quoted from various judicial opinions to fortify the points of argument by him The coart holds the matter under has until 1IUIMRI 22 The formal reception of the battle flags of Massachusetts regi ments was the occasion cf a very imposing and interesUng military there were about veteran officers and men in the marching representing sixty regiments and displaying some 250 All along the route of the these veterans and tieir ners were greeted in the most enthusiastic On the eUVe the color advanced in forming on the ateps of the The regiments filed into the grounds on either nntij the whole sff was filled wUh the crowds formed one of the most striking ever exhibited in this The salute of the waving of all the and the cheers having subsid prayer was offered by Maj Cou on behalf of the Massa chusetts then presented the col ors to the keeping of the commonwealth in a brief and appropriate to which governor Andrews responded as follows General This so full of pathos and of glory forms tbe oonclndiig scenes in the long series of visible actions and in which Massachusetts has borne a for the overthrow of the and the vindication of the thebanners return o the government of the common wealth through welcome Borne one by one out of this state during more than 4 years of civil as the emblems of the na tion and the under which the batalliona of Massachusetts departed to tbe bey come back borne hither ay the surviving representatives of the regiments and companies o which they were At the hands of the ranking officer of the volno unteers of tbe one of the who command under the appointment of the governor of and of this grand oolnmnof scarred and heroic veterans who guard them They are returned with honors be coming relics so soldiers so brave and citisens so proud memo ries of many a sweet memories alike of valor and sad memories of fraternal tender memories of our fallen brothers and sons whose dying eyes looked last upon their flaming grand memories of heroic sublime by exultant memories of the great and final victory of our our and the righteous cane e thankful memories of a deliverence wrought out for human itself unexampled former achieve ment of arms immortal memories with im mortal honors twine themselves around these splintered weave them selves along the warp and woof of these fa miliar begrimmed and bap tised with Let the brave the trusty the unfathomable in words of more than mortal eloquence though speak the emotions of grateful veneration for which these lips of mine are alike too feeble and I accept these relics in of tbe people of the They will be preserved and cherished amid all the vicissitudes of the future as memen toes of brave men and noble Upon the conclusion of the of governor the exercises closed the notorious burglar and was executed at at a Be was ftinvioted of the murder of Henry DevoeAt on the 10th of Be went to the gallows with the same cal lous spirit that he had shown since his con and smiled with contempt upon the scene in which he was the most prominent Be denied that he killed but admitted that he knew who was the guilty Be refused to entertain any clergy men or receive spiritual He gave his body to his who sold it to a sur geon at FROH IEW NJW Dec S3 who mur In August wasjjentenwd today to state prison for Union oiik a the latter oe iifi YS NBW report that McCullocVs visit to this city has any connection with the projected treasury nego We learn that in the present and prospec tive condition of tbe the probabil ity is that for the purpose of contracting the a further loan will be agreed for jthe present fiscal I The loan market u easy but 7 percent Commercial paper dull at The stock market is dull and little busi ness of importance Government stocks are shares for gold this the following were the leading at 146 I The1 Commercial says Money It more abundant The demand from the street is current speculation appears to be very muck supported by left with he so that applications for eall loans are quite limitedWe hear of no demand being made bfelow 7 per Discounts are withbut Prime dorsedeodayV paper is current at do single at per A large olaea of known names at per cent the leading drawers 109f 60 days bat they cannot sell at that FR01 8afl flan 21 Pacific railroad land grant bill passed the senate Legal Tenders miniog stocks Swage Ophir 833 Chollar Potosi Yellow Jacket Imperial Arrived ship Ladoga from New Was spoken on tire 8th of De cember the bark from New Tork for this in latitude 38 23 min north longitude 14 28 145 days The legislature excursion to Col on rte Pacific took place to The road waa found in a splendid condition Frank Pixley for the Yaba rail the California Central railroad and rolling stick for 22 safe of the sanitary commission was found robbed this morning of in the property of chief The following are the numbers of the bonds of 8600 each 3 Of each for Nosi and RE8IHU1TION W 22 governor general declines accepting the resignation of George The other mem bers of the goTernment have keen summoned to Montreal to meet his FEMUlilTlL circle of the Fenian brotherhood was formed here last numbering 65 Resolutions were unanimously adopted sustaining and were subscribed to the FOREIGN 22 is no donbt of the fact that the president yesterday Horn inated to the senate excongressman Lewis of to be minister extra ordinarr to the republic of in place of The nomination was referred to the committee on foreign re John who was appointed ad interim minister to has been nominated by the president for confirma COLD morning was the coldest of the At 7 a the thermometer registered 37 degress below Weather clear and i Notwithstanding the extreme our streets are sllive with sleighs country teams te Considerable pork is coming and tells for S to lOc in the hog BUDBB u readers have been fully apprised of the murder of an aged and the attempted murder of her at Mad isoa oo thanksgiring CrandaE was akof through the and the brains of his wife were beaten out with Two men have been ar rested at Auburn on suspicion of being the perpetratcrsrof this crimeThey are known to be thieves and there is reason to suppose they are greater Measures have beea taken to identify the arrested FRWI DETROIT to The The number of tklakea past season FsUMI Tbe fovenment received no official intelligence fraa the emperor Napoleon that he intends to with draw the French troops from yet it in circlet 8oah senator elect from South called upon the president today A prominent member congress has b I1 irhlch wil1 80JD the amount of the pension Messrs Winder and rebel charged with complicity n the An dwrsonville prison have been de li over to the oommandinK officers of the departmenta of tai there to betried by military com The officer having of them reports today that the preliminaries are all Tbe assistant in a report to Gen states that there ia yet but little Suffering among the and but more is exacted aa winter pox 8 sprekdfng in the large cities and it may be rtund ro establish tawpitals on a limited scale Jtemphisv and Both houses adjourned early to day until the 6th of Nearly Qf Oon gressmen left for home in the evening trains accompanied by the osaai crowds that are attracted during the The oitv deserted The senate in connrmed the nomination of El win of Washington to be regmter of the land office at elected to congress of Wis to be governor of tbe territory of flee James The speaker of the in ata appoint ment of a new Committee on mines and min has represented the gold mines of Cali fornia and the silver mines of the lead tnoes of and the copper mtnea of and the iron and coal mines of and the iron mountain mine of Nsw A Washington special says the sent to the senate the name of general Valk of New aa to The people of Richmond are in a high state of in apprehension of an outbreak amoug the negroes during the ap proaching It is reported that preparations for a gigantic insurrection hate been made by extensive gatherings and collection of and some fear that the negroes will attack and rob the traioa The superintendent of the Kicamond and Din ville railroad baa issued a notice no freight will be carried it between the 21st of December and the 1st of The apprehension is believed to be The aggregate recently ordered to mmtered out of the military service is thousand General Fiz Henry Warren hia vetted major He will not go to Quatamalaat all until after the oose of Iowa before which he ia prom inent candidate for United States A delegation of being the committee appointed by the legislature ot their state to petition the for pardon of called at ha tlve mansion and the petition but no formal reply was given by the THE CHILIAN Nsw In the maila by the the Parii correspondent of Toe London Post says It eenerally believed in o fficial that Spain will posh her demands against England France will remain while the United States will espouse the of It is thought that the exDected visit of empress Ch rlott a to Franca ia prelimi nary to Maximilians retaru The Paria papers utricfly forbidien to speak of Mexican affJrs There were only six new cases of choera and four deaths 10 Puria on Nor and on thd 1st of December four new and sev en FttOfl DBS 21 Special to Times The unexpected announcement that Mail Dodge will be a candidate for United States causes quite a sensation ia political Nothing doing in Last night waa the coldest of the the mercury being 28 degrees below We have six inches of The weather is moderating today A MASONIC LODQI Or We are given to understand that there is sow to take here an impressive ma t tbe balding of WQat it called by the fraternity Lodge of Sor row occasion the afaon of the members of mystic tie who have died during tha Upon tbw interesting the Albert r who is tbe grand commander of the supreme council of the southern section of the United is to take the leading and u to be assisted by other ma sons of high Pike is expected to arrive here in the course of a few JNev Timer Dec 10 the editor of Tba Baltimore protests strongly the faot that the foar million oiAmertoancuixens of Qermon birth who contribute TO much to the political material prosperity of the United are without areprewo tative own nationality in either toa singlet ofi   

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