Reference to Keying and payment of duties
BY TELEGRAPH. WAsiiii8TON, Dm SJ. THLRTtETH CONGB-gl CONGB-gl CONGB-gl aecwnel ts1u ' ' SC9ATS. ' Varlona memorlarl and petitions were arwSentad. Among others, was on by Mr. Nike, of Coanooticnt, ' numeronsiy signed, praying for the redaction of poev are en periodicals and newspapers- newspapers- Mr. Kties said thai ne was very auiaus """" . ta thU rahjeet, and that he would move very eoon to call it sp. He deemed a reference was absolutely necessary. necessary. The petition was then referred. Mr. John A. Dix, of New York, Chairman of tha Cntumittee of Commerce, reported a bill to remit ton-hage ton-hage ton-hage dutie oa tb Chinese junk Keying. It was agreed that when the Senate adjourned, it should do so until Tuesday, the 2d day of January next. The Senate went into executive session, and th doors were eioeecL After a short time spent therein, th doors were opened, and the Senate adjourned orer till Taesday.