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THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1861.
Boston and Eastern Way Mail close at 11.00 A. M. Railroad time, arrives at 2.60 P.M. Burlington & Northern Way, closes at 2 80 I. M . Kail road time, arrives at 11.45 A Ml Kew York Through Mail closes at - - 11.00 A. M Kailroad time, arrives at 9 20 t. M Albany and K. Sc. W. Way Mail closes at 11 oO A. M' Railroad time, arrives at 8.20 P. M" Troy & Western Vt., Way Mail closes at 5 Oo P. it' Kuiiroad time arrives at tl.uoA Troy and Saratoga Way Mail closes at 'i.W . Kaitroad time, arrives at I . M Montreal aud ist. Julius Mail eliises , tf. Railroad tiaie, arri- ".V-mX 5, tSSlSW( -eJdr W.io tsl.KiK Way -M nl arrives Mondays Wednes days aud Fridays at 2.00 P.M. ouay8. "ednes O.'hoe hour- from 7.3d A. M.,till 7.00 P. M. Sun days, open from 12 00 M. to LOOP M SPKCIAU NOTICE Letters for Mails by Railroad or StaSe must be in promptly at the advertised hour tor closing. 1. McDAN'IELS, P. M. Rutland, Deo. 4, 1SG0. THE PRESIDENT AND TUE INAUGURAL. From the day of the first secession movement in South Carolina, consequent upou the election of Abraham Lincoln to the Presidency, an earn est interest has been manifested an all sides to learn the sentiments of the President elect in reference to the ulFairs of the nation ; and as the disaffection ol the southern States increased, this feeling had become so intensified that many, even of his friends, thought that the incoming political hct-.d of the nation should give utterance to his vews in regard to the distracted state cf ntl'.tirs, and foreshadow the oolicy by which he was to be governed in v ew of the existing and further threatened disorganization of the jjorern nient. But not so thought tho cool, dispassionate and thoughtful Abraham Lincoln. With a prudent watchfulness over the shifting &ceues of tho po litical drama around him, and wiih a forecast almost unequalled in the political history of our country, he strenuously maintained a reticence as wise as it was wonderful under tho circum stances and it is to this wise judgment of Mr. Lincoln that we are indebted for the bright hopes which we now have in the future. Having with a calm delihera'.ion overlooked the whole ground, and taken into full view the ends and aims of sou hern malcontents, and the full ex tent of ' northern aggression," be was all the heller prepared, when he came to speak official ly, to do justice to himself, to the parties at issue and to i he country at large. The Inaugural of President Lincoln which we published in an extra on Monday, and re publish in our paper of today like "good wine''' requires '-no bush." Its compactness and brev ity renders any synopsis of it unnecessary. Any review of the positions assumed by the President in this document would be entirely superfluous. H.i avows his opinions upon the question of the day, and the hour, with undisguised candor; and in a manly ant) straightforward manner with the sincerity aud independent frankness tbat-ever charactei iz s a true patriot he places the whole su' j -ct which now so agitates the na'ion so plainly before the people that "he who runs may rend," and none but fools misunderstand. Hut will this Inaugural satisfy all ? Probablv n- t It of course will not carry healing on it wins to the nest of traitors who for the past thirty years have been nursing treason in fie gulf States ; it will not cive hope to the haif fledged tuiitors of the North who kneel to all above them in the pro-slavery ranks, and aim to draw the net over those under them here, at home, and we therefore expect to hear unmeas ured denunciation of this address, not onlv from the extreme wing of the disuniotusts of the South but from some few of those he s, even in Ver mont, who teem to suck in trens. n as their nat Utal "pep' when the t, at. of a government of fice is removed. Ve are, however, fr ih in the belief that the honest and straightforward senti nients of Mr. Lincoln, as eniltodied in his Ad dress, will meet with a hearty response in the heart of every true patriot of the land Nortr and South. To the North it proclaims that we have still a government ; to the Union men o! the South it holds out the ha"d of good fellowship- and hope while to traitors, North and South, an admonition is given that should be heeded. Tut: Slave Siatis The Philadelphia Noith American deduces some interesting facts from the late census. The ecumeration shows that in the entire South the free population has gaiutd largely upon the servile element, for while the former has L'ame I 2.021 .700. the latter gains Imp T'.'s 041. n lsjn he slaves were just half as numerous as the free population. Now they have fallen behind 414. 000 The gain of free population is chiefly in the border States. In -Missouri the free population have tiearlv doubled in ten years, and the slaves, who in 1850 weie us' 1 to 7 of the whites, are now as 1 to 9. KeiitU'-ky in ten years gamed 18 6." free peo pie. a il only 14.."il'J slaves Shivery in Dela ware and Maryland -! ows a decided decrease in mnii' iTs. in Kentucky and Mis ouci it is evi-d'-nt'y Icing overwhelmed by the large am! steady increase of the free population. In Vir ginia. Uir-e 11s the slave population is, its hold is grnwitig weaker. In lf-liti. the excess of f're:: people owr slaves was 4 7'i.t)05 ; it is now Col, 54", the increase of tho tree clement during the decade having been ll" 2-"0, and of the slaves only 2.-J.2!IS. It is apparent that in Delaware. Maryland. Virginia. Kentucky and Missouri, the peculiar institution is ebbing away before the mighty power of the free emigration. In .south Caro lina, Georgia, Florida labama. Mississippi and Louisiana, the institution maintains it. strength and prepon derail eo. In X rth t'aro litia. Tennessee and Arkansas, ir is strong and progressive, but the Iiee element is !ar.;elv in the ascendant Slavery is cleariv i'ioving to wards the tropics, and if stiffen d to do so wil pass away from tho States north of 36 30. TlIK Sot TI1KKN CoNKKIIKKACY .-Mr. Browne, latelv editor of Mr Buchanan's oruan at Wash ington, has become assistant secretary of State to the Southern Confederacy. The postmaster general is Henry J. Kllett of Mississippi The commissioners to Washington, whose names were not correctly given by telegraph, are A. H Roman ol La , Martin J . Crawford of Ga , and John Forsyth of Al ihnmn The permanent constitution of the confeder acy is being elaborated at Montgomery, and will provide for the a iini-sion of tree Suites, with guaranties to prevent their becoming dangerous. r-otuf of the ultra Alabamians are quite as much dissatisfied with the action of the Mont L'Oincrv Congress as the South Carolinians. The Belli loute Kra, a lead mg secesion paper, savs : "W- ore mt prepared to believe that the con stitution for our permanent southern govern nient will occupy and keep in force the very laws which have disrupted the Union. The adoption of the taritV principles of the United Stales nnd the branding of slavery as 'piracy' in our southern government would he worse and more intolerable than abolition domination in the old Uioon." The mutter that gives most perplexity to the managers of the new southern government is the prcpaiation of a postal system. It is much discussed, but no plan is agreed upon. At the annual meeting of tho Rutland it Washington Railroad Company, held at Rut land on Monday, March 4th, 1S61, the follow ing ofl'cers were elected: President, Thos. H. Canlield, Turlington; Vice President, Merritt Clark, Poultney ; Clerk, Chester Spencer, Cas tleton ; Directois, David A . A. Smalley, Bur lington ; Merritt ('lark, Poulrney ; Wm. T. Hart, Boston ; Thos. H. Canfield, Burlington ; Geo. F Edmunds. Burlington ; Chester Spencer, Castle ton ; Z H . Csnrield, Arlington. The Connecticut Republican State Conven tion, which assembled at New Haven on Wed nesday of last week, re nominated for Governor, William A Buckingham. The nomination was unanimously made and received with much en thusiasm. Failcbfb and Suspensions. The Boston Commercial Bulletin's list of business changes in the United States for the past week, gives eight failures and suspensions in New Yoik, Beven in Boston, two in Philadelphia, two in Baltimore, two in Cincinnati , and eighteen in etber placet ; a tttal of tliny-niaa for the wtk. RUTLAND REDEEMED! ,4. JT Rutland . ss V ,S II Bring out the big Rooster: Go sound the Hugag; And announce to the world That Rutland is free .' ! The long cherished and hard worked-for pro ject of the Courier man, has at length been ac coTtiphshed, and the voice of the "people " has been heard 1 1 We are therefore enabled to an -nounce that the town has been redeemed from the thraldom of misrule and corruption of Black Republicanism, and hereafter we are to have an " honest " administration of the town affairs 1 Why should we not then, with our cotemporary unite our notes of rejoicing, and offer him our congratulations. Never were greater self-sacri fices made by any philanthropist and patriot than by him, and never was a victory more glorious ! As his rooster is now probably ia a state of preparation for exhibition to morrow, so that wo cannot get the loan of it, we have been under the necessity of doing the best we could with the means at haud. Unfortunately ours is de capitated, but it may perhaps, after all, be the bitter tor that significant as it is to those who are counted " oat." The Courier man, on Tuesday, had every thing his o ma way "without lot or hindrance,' and the officers elected are all of his own choice. 1 he following is the list : Moderator, John Cain ; Town Clerk. E. A Morse; Selectmen. J. G. Griggs, M. S. Richard- son, Q. V. lUnnum j Town Treasurer, V. B. Mann ; Overseer of the Poor, Daniel Wing ; To ten Constable, D. S. Chatterton ; Listers. XV. II Liseomb, Jas. Lamson, Grin Thomas ; Auditors, M. Quin, John M eKeogh, Sylvester Jones, Fence Viewers, John Cramton, JoshuS Pratt, Edson Hall ; Town Grand Jurors. N. S. Stearns, East Rutland. John Mortrom, West R itland ; Sealrr of Weights and Measures, B ;n K. Chase ; Insjiector of Leather, E L Saddler; Pound Ktep (ts, Francis Slason. W. Rutland, Andrew Davis E. Rutland; Town Agent, S.J.Griggs; Aittt to receive Surplus Ht venue, Walter C. L..ni!on : Supt of Schools, B. F. Bingham. As a matter of informatioa to our friends abroad, we perhaps should add to ths above that, as national politics have never bef re been tiroug' t into our town meeting, a large portion of the Republican party negltcted to attend this meeting, while the democrats, under the entire lead of their now admitted head, were ell on .and (armed and equipped) nt the precise mo ii ent tor action We have, no fault to rind with this. In fact we rather like it. We are there lore rather inclined to compliment the democra cy on their promptness in action, aud we vould not, if we tried, say too o uch in praise ol their acknowledged -'drill master." Ii we were to -ay anything in regard to thj discipline ol th.s in!; vidual,e should say that it may prove too rigid. He bhou'd remember that there is a wide dilf r ence between a good d.sciolinarian and a -'mar tipet." The one will always preserve g md order, while the other by excess of training will sometimes run the thing -'into the ground!' As tor instance: we noticed several Haws in the programme as arranged on this occasion. In an orchestra a " second liddle " though it may sometimes appear independent and conspicuous should always openly show its allegiance , urn follow the lead of its acknowledged -'firs: But not so with a political second fiddle in a public n.eeting. As illustrative of .this we will allude to a single incident (of the several thtt we noticed) that occurred on this occasion. A free and in -it-pendent voter in passing bis ticket eith-r chucked " it into the box or on to the floor he did :.'t exactly know which wr en this col loquy took place between the aforesaid voter and the uiodirator of the meeting. Moderator Well. Pat, where is your ticket ! Pat And sure, and its not the likes of me that knows. Its gone out of Hiv rinm-r 4UU0, and if it has not gone Into the hole toinenst tiiere jT on to the it. 'or its gone entirely!" Moteijitjr Wed, as you dropped it, put in another. Who do you vote for f ' Pat " And is u who do I vote for ! is it not for .da Ciin that I'm voting for all the time !" 1'ius wus enough. Pat deposited his second badot an 1 thu game went ou as uieinly as the chime of marriage Lt-Us. The Town Clerk Was elected by ballot, Mr, Morse receiving 430 votes, aud Gen. Brown 3 10. All the oilier officers were enoscn by nomination, and i-i'tvi cock vote, very few Republicans voting. Mr. I'biilterton, the constable was elected unani mously. Gen". Brown, who has been Town Clerk tor more than thirty consecutive years, takes Ins defeat kindly, and " bows to the will ot the majority'' with becoming gricj We do not think he will ' secede," or endeavor by vio leU means to retain possession of .the " govern meut property " ot Rutland. It was voted that a tax of 50 cents on the dollar be raised to defray the expenses ol the town, and that a deduction be made ot 5 cents on the dollar in favor of those who pay their tax ou or before July 15th. In relation to the project of setting otf a new highway district in Nebraska, (so called) :n tins villa"0, the selectmen were authorized to take such action as they may think proper, and it wa, also voted that all questions of dividing sc.ool districts be left to them. CLOSE OF CONGRESS. The second session of the 36th Congress closed by limitation at noon on Monday, Match 4. The real business of the session was finished on Saturday, but the Senate had not attha time come to any conclusion on the vaiious Compro mise or peace propositions, and therefore sat till midnight Saturday night, and resuming early Sunday evening continued together, discussing and voting ou these questions ail that night The result was the passage by an exactly two thirds vjte, as 111 the House, of the House or Cot win proposed amend neut to the constitution, that the iederal government has no right or au thorny to interfere with slavery in the states. ,11 the other propositions were defeate I. l'he resolutions of Mr. Crittenden, so lo:ig pending, were defeated by the following vote: Ayes I'J, nays 2 1 tJie Republicans all voting no, and the Demoirats and "Union" men yes. At noon on Monday, Vice President Breckin ridge addressed the Senate briefly in a farewell speech, at the conclusion, of wi.icli Mr, Hamlin came forward, and, alier a few appropriate re marks, took the oath as follows : "I, Hannibal Hamlin, do solemnly swear to support the constitution of the United States." Mr. Breckinridge then said -. -Having now arrived at the termination of this Congress, I declare the Senate adjourned without day. ' Mr. Hamlin then took the chair, aud a procla mation for the extra session of the Senate was read and that session opened. The House, which took a recess from Saturday evening to Monday morning, found but litile business to be done, on reassembling. Speaker Pennington replied at length to a resolution ot thanks, and bade farewell to his associates in af fectionate language. Horse Killed. A correspondent writes us from Factory Point that a fine horse was killed on Wednesday night of last week, on the top of the mountain near the Peru turnpike, 7 miles east of Factory Point village. It is stated that the horse was led out of the road into a thicket of spruce trees, where the snow was 3 or 4 feet deep, and where he could not be seen from the road, and was there stabbed in the neck with a large knife. Our informant adds the following description of the horse which he d;sires us to publish, hoping that some one may be banefited thereby: "The horse is 7 or 8 years old, of middling size; color, a chestnut sorrell ; dark mane and tail ; a few scattering white hairs on the back, a sTiall white spot over the off hip; the tail, a natural switch, a little white at the end ; the near hiad foot white ; and newly shod. He was in fine condition and had the appearane of having ben used to light work." TOWN OFFICERS Elected March blh, 1861. Pittbfield. Moderator, Lyman Gibhs; Town Clerk, Loren Beard ; Selectmen. Jas. Howe, Leonard Breed, H O Gibhs; Listers, Lyman j Gibhs, Lyman rarmenter, Albert Vos - ; I Constable, Lyman Gibhs ; Overseer of j Poor, H. Ranney; Treasurer, L. Beard ; j Grand ' Ju rors, zra Warren, Ira Beard. ! Tinmdoth. Moderator, H D. Noble ; Town j Clerk, A. XV. Hathaway ; Selectmen, J- II. I Rounds. (rus Cramp on, Clark Norton ; Ovei seer of Poor. J. H. Roucds; f wn Treasurer, Levi Ricp, Jr. ; Constable, John T. Pallard ; Listers. John Cobb, Win Rogers, J. XV. .Noble; Auditors. Dex'er Gilk-rt, Geo. Capron, Jr , John Norton; Fence Viewers, Levi liice, Jr., H. Hopkins, Geo. ('apron, Jr ; Grand Jurors. J. H Rounds, H. D. Noble; Town Agent, Geo. 'apron. Jr. ; School Superintendent, Kev. VI A Gates ; Trustee of Surplus Money, J. II Rounds. Danbv. Moderator, Chas H. Congdon ; Town Clerk, G.J. Locke; Selectmen, J. S. Parris. Levi Barrett, ' H. Congdon ; First Constable. J. C. Thompson; 2d Constable. L. Parris ; Listers, William Otis, A. Hilliard, A I). Smith; School Superintendent. J. (! Bilker; Grand Jurors, G. J. Locke, C II. Congdon ; Town Agent, G. J. Lncke. Wai.lioford. Town Clerk, J. I). Livings ton ; Selectmen, Dyer Townsend, Joseph Doty, Jacob W. Gates; Town Treasurer, E. Martin dale; Overseer of Poor, Dyer Townsend; 1st Constable, W. S Ballou ; 2d do Leveret Kent ; Listers, Oscar M Eddy, William Kentt John S Emery. Mount Tabor. Moderator, O II Reund ; Clerk, Alex Greeley ; Selectmen, L P How, J. B. Manning. B B Britton ; Treasurer, Orrin Greeley; Overseer, L D Pember ; 1st Consta ble, L P Howe; 2d do O A Congdon; Listers. G. S l abor, A I houipson,H Greeley ; Auditors. C T Griffith, O H Round, O A Congdon ; Su perintendeiit, t' T Uriffitn ; Agent, U S Tabor; Trustee. Orrin Gre;l y ; Fence- Viewers, C 1' Giitlhh. J C Gr. tilth, G S labor; Grand Ju rors, II P Tabor, O A Congdon ; Sealer of Weights a ul Measures, L P Howe ; Inspector of Leather, J ' O Griffith ; Pound Keepers, J P Burton, J C Griffith. Shgkbukxk. Clerk, Benjamin Mtxham ; Selectmen, Warner Bites, Bradford Chase. Aan 11 1) Estahrooks ; 1'reasurer, Daniel W. laylor ; School Superintendent A C Poster; ('1 nstahle. Lyman II Hodgeman ; Overseer t Poor. H Da sion I'.-i-oVr jiis , loso is, Isaac A Morse. Sylvester Newton, Bei.j. Maxham ; Agent, Daniel W lav lor. VOTE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. 'The candidates for County Co nuiissioner were the same as last year, James Rice and A. S. Houghton. Below we give the vote as far as we have heaJil . Ktce. Houghton Rutland, 216 375 Wailingford, '.)-' do Dauby, 77 3 Pinsti.-ld, 0i 7 Saeiburne, 32 33 TERRIBLE AL.WII I V ! LIXC O L V -V s S A S 1 X A T I ; 1 . Tkuv. March 4th, o 12 o'clock P. M. A dispatch just lecetvid tlolli Washington -ays : I'n-Mdeiit Lincoln wa assassinated ta re 0 day, on bis way Irom the 'apitai to the Pres iiu ntiai ManMcn Jt is Mipi osed that he was -hot v.ith an airgun. 1 he assassin it is thought s -aped to 1 nt- 11 ire. thr mi. ft a i..ll arranged 1 1 iiii of a lir;e organization of ! s peraooe-. 1 tie dead body ot liie President has been con veyed 10 tin; Presidential Mansion lietweea hies ol sold or-. lien. Seoft has d 'dared M a' tin J Law in Oisiricl. and me 111 -st luteil-e exeil'-inenl pre vails. R- port savs that a southern army of'3or4000 lieu u'ider lieu. Ji ll. Uavis, is now on ii way o Washington. A hand tn It. ot which the above is a copy, was 'iroughi into our tow 1 on Monday night last at J 1 2 o'c-oek, and circulated as generally us it -ouid be at tins hour ol tueeveiiiiig and getier illy, on Tuesday inornr.g The o'ji-ct ot a .max as stupid as this we cannot u nderstand;and was il not that ei ideneo. satisfactory to us, goes t 1 show that tins miserable attempt to arouse the he ,t and the basest t'eei-iigs of the coinuiu n ty iras 011 jui'ittd and c irri-d out in our otcn I'iu'ii c should not. here refer to it. As we were ju-t at this particular time re ceiving our telegraph ie report of the Inaugural ii'dn ss, from which we ma le up our extra on Monday night, we of course were not purlieu lariy cxeii-isfd by this startling renort ; and we are happy to say that the "thing" r fern d to tell still born among the coiam-juity generaliv : and yt a more dasu.rdiy or contemptible attempt to excite popular fueling we have never known. v e hope t.'ie origin it. rs and the active agents of this eiitei pr.se found their account in it. Ki.ui'kmem. An affair has occurred in cur vicinity such as is calculated to afford much em ployment and not a little satisfaction to ai! news peddlers ar-d scandal mongeis. The storv goes, tnut Horace Sanborn of Mendon eloped with the wite of Wm. Jakins alciv days sin, e' with O.n intention, as is apposed, of going t California. I ,:ey left Rutland by the cars at 2 o clock 011 the morn ng of Saturday. 23d ulf ., their baggage being checked tor New York. Mr Jakms went to t.iat ( oy on Monday in pursuit ot the guilty pair He was, howewr, unsuccess ful! in his s, arcb and returned home on Wed nesday. We learn that the abounding coaple wen; trace i to Troy, but no furth-r traces of them could lie found. Jakins had been mar ried about 4 years; his wife is a daughter of Amos l'ike. S inborn was married abou. one year ago to a dang of Mendon. iter of Leverett Wiikins J. Insco Williams' Panorama of the Br i:ll, which is soon to be on exhibition in Rut land, is advertised 111 our columns to day. We have never seen this painting, but from the praise everywhere bestowed upon it. we cannot doubt lhal it is in reality a very superior work of art. and such as no lover of the beautiful shculd fad to sua It is said to ha the most complete and finish jd panoramic; the acnl scriptures in the worid. and covers near'y 4000 yards of canvass. A-. will he seen bv the adver tisement, the exhibition of this panorama will commence at Town Hall next Tuesday ; and as the price ot admission is fixed at a low figure, we trust that it will be largely patronized while in Rutland . A Houmxo Pauiv and a Good Time. Washington Engine Company No. 2 had a 'chowder party" ar their Hall 011 Saturday even ing, which was attended bv about one hundred person, including tile officers and men of the company, and their invited guests The coin pauy assembled t about S o'clock, and at half past eight sat do'vn to a supper consisting of clam chowder, oy s'ers, chocolate, ic, served up 'all hot," and after supper there were speeches, toasts, songs and stories, and the -fun" was un bounded. In the course of the evening, in the best an I most invirmg style, this party were 'surprised'' by a piny of some 25 or 30 ladies, who came in noon then unexpectedly, hrin ;ing cakes and other nice things and iixin 's , an 1 re maining some 20 minutes, when they took leave of "the gentlemen. "and retired from the Hall. 'The company separated about 10 o'clock, all feeling that (.apt. Litchfield and his gallant company had done the handsome thing, and that the' good time"they had enjoyed was not to be beat . THE CABINET. The Presidert nominated, and the Senate con firmed, on Tuesday, the following gentlemen as members of his Cabinet : Secretary of State William II. Seward of New York. Secretary of Treasury Salmon P. Chase of Ohio. Secretary of War Simon Cameron of Penn sylvania. Secntary of Xary Gideon Welles of Con necticut Secretary of Interior Caleb B. Smith of Indi ana. Postmaster General Montgomery Blair of Maryland. Attorney General Edward Bates of Missouri. The answer to Bishop Hopkin's letter referr ed to in our last, is unavoidably crowded out this week, owing to a press of other matter. It will appear in our next. Bcll's New Yorker This justly celebrated plow is advertised in another column, by M. V. B. Bull of Whitehall, who is the sole manufac turer Donation. We are requested to state that the friends of Rev. Leland Howard propose to hold a Donation Party, at his residence, on TaBrsday evening, March 31ff Tub Peace Confekkncb ConrRoMtsa. The Peace Conference at Washiogtou adjourned sine die on Wednesday, the 27th ult The basis of settlement recommended by the conference is embodied in the following article, which is p-o-posed as an amendment to the Constitution : ARTICLE THIRTEEN. Sec 1 In all the present territory of the United States north of the parallel of 36 degrees 30 minutes of north latitude, involunt ry servi tude, except as'punishrnent of crime, is- prohibi ted In all the present territory south of lhat hue the utatus of per tons, held to service or labor, as it now exists, shall notHm changed. Nor shall any law ne passed by Congr ss or the territorial legislature io hinder or prevent the taking of such persons from any ot the Stales ot the Un ion to said territory, nor to impair the rights aiisin from said relatio . jut the same shall be subject to judicial cognizance in the Jede.ral courti, according to the course of the common law. When any territory north or south of said line, with such boundary as Congress may 11 escribe, shall e main a population equal to that required for a member of Congress, it shall, if its form of gov ernment be republican, be admitted into the Un ion on an equal footing with the original States, with or without involuntary servitude, as the con stitution of such State may provide. Sec. 2. Tenitorv shall not be acquired by the United States unless by treaty ; nor except for naval and commercial stations and ..epois, unless such treaty shall be ratified by four tilths of all the members of the Senate. Sec. 3. Neither the Constitution, nor any amendment thereof, shall be construed to give Congress power to regulate, abolish, or control within any State or territory of the Unit.d Stales, the relation established or recognized by the laws thereof loiiehius; persons bound to labor or involuntary service 111 the District of Colum bia without the consent of the owners, or mak ing the owners who do 1101 consent just compen sation; nor tfie power to interfere with or prohib it representatives and others from bringing with diem to the city of Washington, reta ning and t iking away, persons so bou..d to labor; nor the power to iniertere with or abolish involuntary servitude in places under the exclu-ive jurisdic tion of the United States within those States and territories where the same is established or recognized; nor l tie power to prohibit the re moval or trauspoi tation, by land, sea or river, ot persona hltf 10 l.nir or involunTary service in any stare or tcr. ...,rj, ... .i. 1: ant oi ier stale or lenitory thereof where It IS i s tablished or recognized by law or Usage ; and the ri'dit during trnn-portation of touching at orts, shores and landm.s, and of landing in case of distress, shall exist Nor shall Congress have power to authorise any higher rate ot taxation on persons bound to labor than 011 land. Sec. 4. 1 he third paragraph of th : second section of the fourth article ol the t ons 1 tut ion -hall not be cons rued to prevent uny ol the states, by appropriate legislation, and through the action of their judicial and ministerial olti i-ers. from t-nl orcing (be ddivery of fugitives from lalx r to the person to whom bueti service or labor is due. StC. ' 1 he foreign slave trade and the im I ortatioii of slaves into the United States and iheir territories, tioni places heyond the present limits thereof, an- toiever piohibi ed. Sec. 6 The hr-t, third and lit! 1 sections, to gether with tins section six of these amend meut-, and the third patugrapu i f the -cioi d sectn u of ihe tirst article ol the t on lliulioii, and the third paiagtaph nt the -' Co 1 I section ot the fourth article ife-re-d. s;,a.i noi be amended or ab-dist.ed wilh-iiii til con-em ot ad tiiestah:-. Sue. 7. t'ongre a shall provide by law thai the United S.ates s mil pay to Uie oWi.er the tutl value i t his fugitive from la or in ad ca-e-where tin: marshal!, or nt ier , liic-r, whose duly it was to ane-t s,.ch fugitive, w a. pre Vented fro :u so doicg n iokriure or intiaii laiioti tram 111 ts or riotous a-si; 1 11 h.ages. or w in-11 after ai i est , such fugitive w.n 1. -1 ued hy ! ee, and the ownei 1 hereby preiei.te l and ohsu uev-d lu the pursuit of his r inedy tin i !i - recovery ot such luginve. The first sec ion ol this compromise the oniv one which has 1 ci asion. d serious ! ,li rei;ce 1.. the conference is kuo.vu as the i' raiinoii prop isition, and has been adopted a- a suost :uie lor the corresponOn g part uf iijc iiuthne cmnpro 11 ise. The 1 t"cr six sections t o ;u tlie r 111 lining pint of the Guthrie pidpositi. n-. 1 iia: is in -a. the compromise, a a lop.t-d consists - f V.e (iath ne propositions, with the h ,,u 1 piim ij.il ni.e so aim laied A to m d.e t-ie righ; t s!ae own ers sU 'j'-ci to judicial 10. ii. ..in. e by the federal court-, according to the 'prim iplc ot t..e com mon law. Tat Atlantic Monthly. Having had time to read but little ol the March number, we bor row the following no ne appreciative and ho nest, no doubt from a Bo-ton coteiiiporarv : It 1 onraii.s a gend variety ot ia;i.,hie and at'ractive art cie-. 'Ihe tirst 011 ' Girmati Ut 1 ve-Mties,' gives much interesting inborn .thin aud makes several suggestions ol ino-ortam e to tho-e in pur-uu of kno.v ed.e (it Mr. H:g gin-on "s J'a per 0I1 'Gy mn. -tie-' we ha e .-. Ire.e! 1 spoken. It the author 1 1 le, a bobby . he do.-si; very v'gor .u-h , c.i d ail w;i a nno that t; . I . b by is rM-n'ia;ly a good one. ' I no or Thr-v Tiiubb-s' is the b uoOiitr ol r. Inely -roi . .0,0 The M !1 who Nt or was Vo.;i,g' has -nine pi.wertul pas-agi-s. 'H.obojs ot the Great Lakes' Is the 1 omiiiiu ition ot a firmer n!uah paper. " 'Ihe Men of Sc'.wyz i.i-u,.n. the ex istence of such a man as Wiiliam I eii vri hly. 'A Nook in the North' is a bit of ('ana dttn -.ketcl-ing, well done 'Diamond- and Pearls' is au interesting treatise on tho-e prec-iousj-.wr.ls. ''The Pro essor - Storv' i: aw near it.- completion th it !-. in the magazine, b r my beautiful lolumcs atp si Us con plelioti in the hook world. Ihe LiPraty Notiees. ita In lug Southern French literature, 'dou- . ' and !'ir ton's new works, are written in a very readable style- We, observe that Mrs. ilarrn t B -refer Su e will begin her new- story, "Agnes ot Sor rento,' ii the May number. Published by Tn ktior iV Fields, Boston, at id a year. Dkeadkl-l Boiler Exi lo-ion at New Ha ven. At New Haven, Ct , a boiler in th- gun factory ot ihe Whitney arms company explod ed, Friday noon, demolishing the inaihinerv in the east end of the building, and injuring some twenty persons. Wnjoi Norton and Mr Oliver were blown aero- the street ; Paul Savage, tn -iner. was sin-i-m-ly injured; E K Farmer. W S. Kn-'i ir.t . ,-ocd II, ill. La!, in O iv r and d.-i, wer- t, ,; v -ral.t.-d. Nincotbi.s a,'.- m ji.-.-l by o-i.g 1 nil,. ,,, ii.,. runs, 'ii. will Ural ai Men I y ! cover. Pb , - c an- a. I 1 1 glue ( olllp itll.- W III OU! t Th- -re: I- bijt I liter were nut beo'id. 1 h-c jjs,. ol ihi . x notion is unknown. Mil. i.lM i.arli- on T: e 1 1 . . II ill Spree-Its : I ha: our i-tholer- 111 ii' to n-.."i s'.in' iicooi as ii gai'd' attention to hi- the views and policy of Mi. E the corfederate States, we cu remarks at Indianapi United Stales holding ,1:: In his opini- n. the which ha.e those birrs not been captured, and retaktng those which have been captured by the confederal State-, and ihe collection of duties 111 their harbors, i neither coercion nor invasion, hut. a gentle exer cise of legitimate power towards so manv rebel lions oniiries, to hrn g them to then -cn-i--. Lincoln is a cool mnn. a't ttKir m in a d-.tet miutfl mill, a man not of' words, but of action, who sas what he means, and mca.-s what lie Says ; an earnest man wit' ill, and no politician. Our leaders may come to their own conclusions." The Mercury hits the nail on the head in its judgment of Mr. Lincoln. The Skckder's Oonfbokraoy. Tie new rebel government is proceed 11 g with great vigor Uy the 4th of March it is believed the entire S 1. ..000.(100 loan will la: taken. 'Thirty thou sand volunteers are drilling or under orders, and large provision supplies tor the arinv were recently purchased at the West, and sent 10 New Orieatis and Mobile for distribution. New pos tal arrangements go into t)et soon. A die f r new post otliee stamps has ' ecu m ide and the o il contractors continued in the service ot the confederate states. 'The prese.it tariff is merely provisional ; as soon as praet icaple a low system will be adopted. The Montgomery con vention has admitted Texas wiih the lull privi leges of other members of the confederacy. TOWN OFFICERS IN POULTNEY. Moleratoi 'has A. Rami. 7Wh Clerk II. G Nea 1 . Selectmen I. F. Morse, Ira M. Clark, D. N Giddings. Town Treasurer Merritt Clark. Town Agent Merritt Clark. Listers Asahel Smith. 2d, Frederick Kugglcs, Jonas Gibson. Trustee of Surplus Revenue Pomeroy Wells. Superintendent uf Schools Henry Clark. Auditors Samuel P. Hooker, Joseph Joslin, Alonzo Howe. At the conclusion of the business of the meet ing, the claims of the suffering in Kansas were presented in brief addresses by the Kev. Win. Ledyard Palmer, Rev. John G. Hale, and Henry Clark. A committee was appointed to solicit aid and clothing Punch thinks Slaveownia would be a good name for the Southern Confederacy. Donation- Visit. The friends of Rev. M. Lu Hum, Pastor of the M . E. Church in this village, propose to make him a donation visit, at the Parsonage on Grove Street, on the after noon and evening of Friday, March 8th, lsol. All are most cordially invited to attend. By ouuKit of Coai. Kntlaau, Feb. 37, 1S61. INAUUUKAL ADDRESS. j Fbli-ow CiTiiNs of this Uhitkd States: lu compliance with a custota as oid as the ijrov- rnmwiii nsuii, I appear belorx you to adureos you bi'ielly, and to take 111 your presence uicoatu pre scribed by ih constitution of the Lulled Males, ! be taken by the l'ieideui Oelom ti Millet on Ui execution ot the uuues of uis ollice. I do uot coiisidur it necessary ut present for me n discuss those matters of adiuiuisiruiioii about wuicU there is no pccial uuxieiy or exeileiuuut. Apprehension seeius to exist among the people of me stouitieni Shuu; that by the acceiou of a reputdieau adiuiuisiratiou, their property and muir permauuutl peace and security ar to be eiidaujjered. Ttiei-o lias never been any reasona ble eitu.se lor such apprehension, iudeed tho most auipie evnieuce to luo couliary has ail th while exisiud and been opeu to Uieir iiispwcuou. II Is lound lu ueaiiy all ihe puOiished speehe of luiu w ho now aa.iie3C you. 1 do bui quote Horn oue ot ihooe upocehes, wueu I doelai lhat 1 have 110 purpose uiiecuy or indirectly 'u tenure wnu luo niaiiiuiiou ol siarery iu lue btates wuuio 11 exists, i oelieve 1 have no lawiul iiiht 10 do so. una 1 have no lucliuuliuu w do so. those wuo nominated and elected me did so with lull knowleage mui 1 had made ILns aud many siuiilai'Ueelaiaiions, and had never iccauusd iheiu; aud more lUuu luis, luey placed iu ihe plaitorui lor mv acccoiuiiee and as a law to thouiswlves and 10 me ihe clear and emphatic resolution which 1 now read : "AiMueU, That the maintenance iiiviolalu of the rights of the Siaies and especially ihe right 01 each Slate to order and control Its owu domestic iiisiiiuuoii.s aceordiiig to lis own judgment exclusively, is essential to that balance of pow er 011 w hich the perleclion and endurance of our political labile depend; and we denounce the lawless invasion by an armed force of any fetaie or Territory liv matter under what pretext, as ihe grealesllit' crimes. " I now reiterate these seiiLiiueUU, aud lu doing so 1 only press upou ihe Puoiic utleutiou the most coiieiu.sive eviueuci. 01 winch tne case is susceptible, that the pr ijierty, peace uud security 01 110 section are to oe 111 any wise eiKlangeied by the now incoming adminis- tiuuoii. I uUd, too, lhat all the proleeuoii wuicu, coiioisieiilly with me coiiBtiluiiou und Hie laws, cuii he given, will be checiluliy given 10 a.i ihe .stales wneii lawlully deiuauaea, lor whatever cau.se. us clieeiluliv to 011c section as t' another. nieiKis mucn couiro.ei aooul luu ucii. siiiih up ol lujiuiea 110111 service v lsoor. 1 u -iu ...... t 7- ...M.io. writieu iu Hie Cousuiuuuu asauy Miner 01 n glut inous. " Jo persou heiU to service or laoor 111 one alale, uuutr tiie ias lueieol, eseapnijS into aiioliitr. snail iu coiiseoueuee ol aiiy law or ic;ulaiiuu tuereiu be Uu;iiii4ea iioiu bucu service ui- liiuui. Out mail he Uemereu up uu elm in 01 tne to Uj niose nuuiuuiiclt lor la rvcmiuuiirf 01 nimi we cn iiiiiiic slave.-, sua lu luieuuuu 01 tue law i.eisi.- lue law. All lueluLs.s ol Couress swear men euppui t to lue w lioie CuuaUlUUOU lo Ull pru isiou as lutien us to an oilier. lui.ie. pn.po.-itioii ineu, thai slaves whose cases eouie wlllun Hie lel ius ol lias ciiiu.se " shall he Ucliv- en.! un. iiieii uatus ate unanimous. iNow II tliey ,v iiiiiu make lue ellui t lu uwU leuiuur, couiU tiley 1101 ..,1,. i.i..ro ri.iiui uiiuiiiuuiv nuuie aud pass a law 10 linaiioJi which losccD gooU mat uiiuiiiiuuus oatu iiieie 1- Mjuie UiIK-it..ee 01 opinion wlielher tins cause .-liou.u be ciiiuiccd hy naiioual or Uy UtU ..uiiioiiu. out suix-iv lust ciUeieuc is not a very iiialei lai one. 11 Hie Mavu lo Lie surrelideied, II can ne ul L.III llllit- cOneoUenSe IO Will vir lo otncls O) a men am inn ii v 11 1- Uiiic. and siiouiu any oue iu mi cn-i-, Oe content Inal uis oatu siiould go Uukepi jiiaiueiei, u i..-u o.-lan ijsi ooutroversj as 10 now ,.i,i.i i.e io',.( ' Aani, in any law Ujou this subject ouIll mil an tne -aieuaiu ol llUel . know u lu CIV iiiini sun iiuinaue jui 1.-40 uueuee lo fce inlrouuceu so oiat a nee man uir uui iu au case surreuutreu as a siaie ' A no uii ul 11 not Ok well al tlic same Ume lu ,.i.e;e u, .aw lor Hie euioiccuicut 01 tnat ciause iu ...v voiisti.uuuti iiieu loi'iulw lliat " liie cauest i tai-ii .-la.e -i.all !ue eliUlieU lo ail lue privilege a,iiu iiitiuuiolles tji cillCne lu liie scvelal fliale. I luse lue olliC.af uulu tu-Ua) Willi uu lueUtal restr- . atioi.r, and w tin iiu iui iiuh- lo eoiisti ue inc clibii iaooi, n- law- if liliv In Lieicrilltai IU..-. and wline i 110 i.ol eliuo-e now loriieeliv ijarlicu.ar ae.sol o.. ie.-i as piujiei lo lie tuiuictu, tuuMica ti.aiu a 11 1 be iiiaeii -aler loi' ail. uotu lu umeial ai.u oiivate .luoons. ue cuiiliiiul lo anil auiue O ad tho-e in I.- wiini h slaud uui e)-aieU, than 10 vio .ale am ul tueai. tiu-Uu to lind impmniy m li.lViii ' liielll Ijci-1 lo tie ullCOiistilUl'ooai. It Is co.1,1 -.wo veal's .-.in e the first Iliauuiatioii ot a il'n-i H iu iiii oei our .National CousnlutioU. ului.i mui iieiio l liiieeii ilitleient aud Really ii.-.luu..-iie 1 eii,.e.i.- have lu succession ndiiiinis- leie.i n.e la'-, a.ne I'l.iii' ii ol the government. i ;,cv Lu 1 . ,i,iui ie i ii tiiiouh many penis, ana encia.iv wiiii ieai -ii.ii.--5, yet Willi all this -. o,ie no' pn.-iT'iciit, I uo.v eiiier upon the same i.i-iv im me oust coii-muooiial term of toui .. ears under grtatuiid pe uoar Uitfieulty. A 1 tij.-iioii ol no- ic-.n-i ai union, herclolore only u aee-.l, i- uo-.v loi .uidatiiv allelupteU. 1 hold Uial 01 1 oii:eoiiiatioii ul universal law and of the -too;. on, ue.- ni. :(,n 01 these Slates Is perpetual l'i : !' iiiit 1 I- lilipiiel. It hot expressed, u ttie ,'!i,e;ame.i,ai lav (o a,i liat ioual tO V efuilieli ts. Ii - -ale 10 a---.i; i iiai 110 tjoveniiuerit proper eve, ... 1 a , 1 o , 1-1011 in its organic' law for its own o.i liiia.iiioii. i'-,Eiuuue lo execute all the express I" " ' -'"'.s .ou- of ur iiaiioiiai fiii-ii;utioii, and the l iooii wi,i eudllie loiever, it-iiii,. 11 except by oi,,e ill the lU.-Uutlieii! li-ct. H teiue lliipijs-ii,ie IO ii not piuUJed for A prop am. it r. im; I t.ot a 'oviriimcnt in the natme tie peace- pa: 'oc- w no Ilia,. li'.ak K, i.i to i.ia :u; el.eiai p- - 1" litllllC e I )., tl.c 1. 11 ion o; tu: Ml ill a red i " - K . Ol' JC -: ; , 11 ; . the .I wa : I U' lie sill. alt "I.. io is i, .-t the v un Hies re luo;. ol t: s- :h.. ,'..e. :!:, t : 'll . li.iv Ol i' : lo.u.w- 1: its oaii in. ll.il eie- iiew.- .11 , can ,e Tin Ie, I a W 1 1 io 1 ot I v e'iiiti lue ; mat le-o.v iega.iy vo.. itiy Mate or I liiU-J Mat an 1 nil 1 , : i a t -iai: or .Mates M-ates, are any , ac OI'll!lr to that ill v jew 'ti-titi ll to 1 a H I la w -, i!i cVictit ot Hi v I. IIIOII is Uti- al.iiitv -hail 11 i Ii e.xl li --iy enjoins up -. mat the i.i-' ot the Liii. U be lailhiuiiv le 1 i.'i !Le Mates. 1 Uil- 1 ill elu to t-e sUiy jlel 1 .-iiaii leltorni it .- 1.. art. a -iaitiie dutv 011 rn-. tar hp I'Tactieabie. ln lliitiul llla-tcr-. ttie AlllcllCiU l.,-i.,l'it-. :IOi 1 e-j il.-lilull . or in suUitr aullicl - i.e. r till, ivai.l-.! a, 1, 1 -a-e ol II l l:,f cohtrary. 1 tru-ltlns wiil nt be . a re. I L a mei.uee. hut Olilv an the ue- e L 101,11. 1 aat il wiii C'lii-titution- iy u-.t toi un 1 maintain lt.-ea .-el be no b.oo 1-itei or v luit-Ii lu dom thi., tlieie -. and 1 Here uali be none 1111 .-.-.- it 1- lor, -e l Ui-.tue itatiuual authuntv luepnaer toaliuei lu lue will be used to hold. oeeujiv aial ias.-e-.-tfie I'ri'i'ertv and dace beioiiiii to liie overiililriit. Uit-I en ieet me Unties auU nn- ,i si-. r,ai r,e olei wiiat iua Le necessary lor lliese oejeeis, tiurt- win i.'e no liiva-l'-u. no u.-ili ol lorce a'ulisl 01 anions-! Ide titiin.e anvwl.ere Wtiere iiostiotv tuiiie L iiiteU .-lut.-n in an ,- l.tirior leiri- ory Bl.aii l- so teat nnd .-o universal a- to prevent Coini'eiei.r ri-ni.ieiit eitieii- irom litddiiii; 1 he lederul 1 liic.. tlit-re will be no attempt to force ubiiuxious stlaiiieis atllOll ( lie peiip.e loi' I iiat otij-et r Liie tia- -lia.-l ai rutil muv cM-1 iur tile ov- el-liliii. lit le ei.iolce Hie ct-i.;i-e (, lin--e otliee.-. Ilie att iiij't to 00 - w oil ai l,e -o 11 1 Hating and -o near . 1 liij 1 ac t lea I i -, Hitiiai.tl.il! I det 111 it letter to Inn-.', iia III tine . I he 11-1 - ot -ueli iiiliee- 1 lie mail-, 1111-n-s- I e,ei a -ll. ni eon 1 11, He to be 1 11 illi.-!i'i iu all part- ill I.'ie l lil' Hi u lal as p.i-sllue. liie people every -all. !, -laiii imir t iiat -en-v ot perfect -ecuntv. which i- must no hi u t. it- to calm tiioiiiit and rell.-eliou. I In eoui-e neiv liioica'c'l will be followed unles etii ieiit e i lit-alio experiencf -iiali -?i.,w a luo.lniea- i or l-tiaiije to tie pi oper. u.i m every ea-e and jeia-. in v ta -i ,ii-eietiuii will be e erei.-ed aeeor- to ttie elf cuin-taiice- aetiiiihv exi-iiii, and with a vieiv and a liop.-to a peaeioui snititnni ul' ttie na tional iroiii'ie-. aiai xiie resloriiliiui ol Iialeriial svm- p;it iia-s aii.l alteet,.ii.s. tln-i e ale pel-sons iu one -eeU'ill ol" iliioll.er v tio ,-eek to Ue-ti ov thet luou al ail ih ent.-, aiai are lad ol anv iiretesl to Uo n. 1 wiii neii lu-r alio in norueny, Liul il Uieie be sueh. I need illlill ess no old to t belli. 1 o t lu.-e. huu v c r. rtlio really hoe the Tiiion. may i noi -p. ak r.eioi e eiitei in.' iiioii -o ;rai e a iinittei as uie tle-i nietioii ol our iiaiioual ml, ne, witliali n- liel.elits, lis illeuioiic- ;in, I Us holies, wuul'l 11 not Ih Hell t i li-eeitHOi pli-ei-eiv why v e .lo it ' Wil, oil llilill tl so , -1 III I It Jk 111, it llll e-pelale li step. v niie tiiere - any pu.- poitiou al t lie ill- y on tl. irom. nave i.i) leal e.!-ii v oil tl. lo an tlolli?' Will nee Will von, wliiie I lie cerlain lil- iiiealer thull all the real ones you tl . v ou ii-k liie coiiimis-ioii ol mi leariu a liil-liIKe ' All ploie-s to lie C'Hi'elil ill the I llioli. it ail eoiistitiiiiiiual lu lit-can be luiiiutiiiiied I- it t. lie. til n. tnai anv ll.til. n a i, i . w i :l leu in the eoii-litii'ioii. lias- been delile l ' 1 llnnk nut Ha pily the Iniiiimi miud i- si eoii-Tituuni ilial uo party call reuvti the audacity of Uooia ihi-. Huns n u can of a single ni-tauee in which a p aiitly writ ten pr v si, in ut tiie eoii-titiif uui had -ver been de- i. it hv the mere lorce ol numbers a iiniioric -1 1 1 1 u : I tleprive u luiiririty ut auv clearly written oii-ti: ut io oil ri.oit. il nn'tit iu moral point ot view j istily re olutiun. certainly it would, il such riihi ie a v iu.aiiuii. ivui sucu is no: uie ea-e. All tli al lights oi luiu iiiiih- and ut iudividuals are su plainly n-siired to tl.ein hv alarm Hons unit nea live-, "iia anile-in,, I pi utiili'ti "li-in ttie euiistitulioii lliat caiitioveioe- IH'OT an-e eoueeruini; tli.-in. Uui lio nr'a 'ic iaw eoi ver be li'tiii'-d witu a provi sion siieeiiicallv MlililK-aliie lo every uue-Tlotl wlllcll uiiV occur iu practical iidiuiiiisiratioii. yv u foresight can i iu ei late, not anv uoeuaieui ol r. a-unanle length contiiiii. eApiesi provisions fur all possible pn sirjiis snail liiiillives irom moor ue surr.-iiilered bv national . by -late authority I lit, euustituliou dots uvit exp m-sIv say. Ma-l t'oiire-s protect sla.-erv in the leniririe.-' Tiie constitution dues uot exprelsly say. Krom iuericii of this class sprim; all iiiiri'i)iistiitli'ii-d controiernieH, am) w- divide upon them is -1 o iiuijoi liie- aud imiiorities It the minority il noi uc'iuie-er, uie iii'joriiv iiiusr, ortlie goveru iueiit anist ceu-e ,- i here is un other alternative lor Con tinuing Die t'on-rnuieiit but ae.iiie-eiice on Ihe one sine or ' ne oilier. Iia minority in suelica-e will seced rather Hutu acpiit-ee, tliey m ike a preuedent which iu turn win ruiu uiui .iiviue inein. lor a minority ot 1'ieii o ii vv iu sec-u iru-it t .em wiieuever a lu ijori t reiiises to hi-controlled by such iiimoriry. l-'oriu- stanee.w by may not anv portion ol anew confederacy, ayear orlwo beiiee. nrbilrarily srueilu aain. precisely us a portion ul tin present Union Uuw claiinstoseceede from ii. All who eei jsh disunion sentiments are now iieiiiu' cil ueat ed tn the exact leiiiiitr ul lining iii Is there -nth peilcct identity ol lutere-ts uiiiiiii ie Mate- to compose!! new I nion as lu produce tituiuo iii on y and pici ent renewed st-cesaiuii ' l'luiiilv the eeiitii I Pica ul secession Is nif es-ieiice ol uiiuri'liy.- A in iioriiv held in restraint by constitutional checlJs and limitations, and always changing eas ily with debtietitte cbanges ol popular opinions aim reiittmeiits is the only true sovereign of a tree eople. Whoever rejects, it does of necessity fly to anarch v or to despotism. Unanimity U impossible; the rule of a minority, us u perina-1 neut i iraiioeuient, is wholly iiiitdniissahle, so that rejecting the majority principle, anarchy or ues potisili iu some form is ail that is left. I do not toruet the position assumed by, some ttiat constitutional questions are to be decided by the supreme court; nor do 1 deny tliat such decis. ions must lie binding iu any case upon the par- tics toin suit, as to the obiect ot that suit; while they ajre also entitled to very high respect and consideration in all parallel cases, by all other de partments ol the government, Aud while it ii ob vi- ouily jjviiilla tut iucb viiciiicti uny bt freat- ous m uiven case. Mill the evil effect follow ing it WUU JUB1UKI IO tnai .parueuiar uure, the ckauce ttt it may be overruled and never become a precedent for other cases can iieiier oo home tsvau could the evil of it different practice. At tiia fciiue um, the candid ciiuen must con test that u mo policy of the goveruiueiit upon vital questions, allciuig the whole people, is to be irrevocably fixed by ihe decision ol the su preme court, the iiislaul they are made in ordina ry linanous betweeu parlies iu personal actions, the people wiii bare coooi to he lueir ow n ru lers, liaviug to that extcut piswucaiiy isigned their goverutuaiit tuiv ttie iiumis i that eiuiiicul tritmual. Sut i there iu this view any assault upou the eoai t or the j ais. L is a tluiy iroin wuieh tuev may no. Dlnuis to aeciua t properly brought before ihoui, mud il is uv laen vl iuiis if oiheis seen to tiuu uieir Ueeisioiia ut political pur puses. UutMcuvu t our cosvutiy Usuevss slavery is rihl aud oUgjhi to be xliidi, auoihsr be lieve it wrou mud a:hi uui ut Oe axunided. this itiuouui talMtaoiuai Uispuui. Thsiiuiuve slave ehaa vT the csusuisuuii, mud law lor the suppression of the loisigu aiave trade are each as wed eulorcvd perhaps as uy law van ever be in a coiauiuuii wk9 Ui laoial us ol ihe people impsilistkiy suppwrw the lw iuell'. The fcrreat bod of the people abide by the dry, la'ai ohli ganou Ul bwili csvse. svud alsW Oioa. ovar iu each. lUis 1 ihiua cauiuoi ue tarlH-uy cured aud it would be worse iu both, cmm alter the separation of tho socuous than oeloru. the foreign slave trade, now iiupenecily suppiessud, would lie uiu Uialeiy rariTeU wuuoui resiaieiioii iu oue section, while fugitive slavos uu uuij partially surren dered would uot bo surrendered at ali by the other. Physically speaking, we eauuol separate; wo cauuol isiuove our resuectlTe sclloiis Horn each other, nor bumi au imposauie wall between theiu. A husband and wuo may be divorced aud go out of the presence aud bsiyoud Ihe reach ot each otuur, hut the uUtt'ei'cut parts of our coun try cauuol do this, ihey csvuuol hul reiuoiu lai to lace, aud uiiureuui'se. eiloer aiuicahleor hostile luustcouuuue between Ihoiu. is it possihle men lo inasic thai lutercourse more advantageous or more sallBlaclory aliex seporaim lUau oeioie Can aliens liias-e treallei easier tuau 11 lends cau uiaae laws i Cou treaties he more lauuliu.y euloieed be tween aliens than laws csui aiuoua irieuds . Sup pose you go to war, you cauuol hsjrui always, and wueu, aiusi' mucu loss on bolli siaus sua no t,aiu ou eiiuer, you cuasu tiUliu, lUo iduuii'ial tucs- tious as vo mm uis ol msureouasa ait aiu upon VUIL liiis oouutry, with its iiuutulious, Ueiuns to the people wuo inusuil it. nucueiu iu sua., iuv weal v ot lu esasuua ovaruuteut, tu , aau lueir oousuiuuuuai n,ul 01 siueuuiua, ttr uisir ie uiuuuiisri ruiiil tu oisiueuiher oi Ofei mrii n 1 bau- nol lie iiiuufttui ui uituwiusvisiuir wurlu auu pi- , vwiisnns, srt ilVHfuiu ul nsving luauaiiouaicuu- tltililllll ,IH-WI- -W I .,,11.11111 tiuu vl auiwuuuusut 1 lu.iy tue auiuoni ui lu people over lb wuoi vluci, le basaciciseu iu eiiuer oi lue uiod piswlinevl la lue lusia uiucut iisaii. AuU 1 suuuiu uuuar Maiiu nauuasiauces, la vur raiiier luau uuuuse, a lair upuurtuuii beiu ailorued the pobi vo scl uLum it. i win veuiure lo aud, lual to uie, mu outeuuuu iuuu eeuis pieler aUie in Uial ll ailoas uunsiuu hi uiisiua.c wuu lue pcp.e lueiuseivus, lusieaa ui uui peruinuu ineiu lu lake a urouuMtiwu oriiualeo uy ulue liul especially cuumu lur lue uuruuse, auU which imul uui be prisei sucu as lUvy sinu lu enue. accept or reiuse. 1 uuUeletaud a yrupuncu am, uu lueuL tu lue CousiiluUou, w uicii auicuuuieui uum ever, 1 have liul ssu. iias Liasaect CunaienB, lo lue eUeet tul lue Ueii Oureruiueul suftn ue.ei inlci leie will! lu UuuicsUtt uuuiuuuiif ul me .Maie- lucludn. lual ui pel sons uciU lu service, lua liiiscuustrucUuU, ul wual T aar saiu. 1 now ,. iruui Hi puiuo but lu speaa ul allicuiai am ns. uicu, su lar as iu say lual, uuium ruin a pi vi&iuu lu now be iiupued euusliluviai ia uu uujeiiUuu tuita CKia uias,eApicss auu irie aii.e 1 ue cuiti laasiavxa.e ucilvc ao ui uliiMi iroui ta peuu.4, auu tUC ua Cuulflieu i. upou huu Vo ua tsria lur lue sspai aou- vl olaies lue LiSoy.a Inemseiv e cau uu luir a. il tUcy chouse, uui tue caeculiv a euiu uas uvkuinr lu uu WivU it. 11 .s nut is lo aiUiiuis.er ue pic?ci. aueruiariil II iiAiuc uj uis uauu.-, auU lu iiau-u.i ll UUullnaifvl b UIUJ lu Ills i-U.vC.s-ul Vt ..j ruua.U vuei-s uui be a ,s,.eul cuuUurUce lu tii uitiiuatcasuce ui lueucauiwf is iure au ueti.f r o. lilie eioai iiupa tu lUc WuiiU '. lu uui uie eul uo lereuCss, is eiiuer jaiIj sii.nait laiiu o. u-.i in I,. llUL It tbC AiUliJity Hulei Ut Ualiunr, Hl.J. Wit uis etr.ai trutu luu uaiio, u . uu 4 vu . ei .e ui l.a -S urlu,Ul utfis Ul lue dwl..,.uai t, wiu lu. li.ai ja-iv Will BSlll pit All fc. UC J lut-,ll,l Ul ill. nIV4l Lev. -Aituratui I lea a p, uH i hie li suie ,,i . ci nun i. uuuer WUiCU ae iie,l..e uiiic pcuie iiiaiij i-t. Ineii puili. se. vaus uwl l.l.lt yOt:i lf iXt.e a.,,, uav Willi -,iai Wlsuoa ii u mvil l-ji ic U..I. o lual 111. is .u lueir uau auu al vei iliui I iliui t W uiic iuc ue-ipie icvaiu lat.ir vii.ue iu! osi,,MbC.i.' auUMilils.Xa.iciu, ul S.ij CA.ilUi W .vneuuc- e Ul 1--'.-. cau v cry serious. impair cue aurei iiuaeul in ilie p.i'. , Vvt ul tuui cail. Al cUau,rVMeu, uue a-.ua.. .liilis calm. aUU Hn UuUU IU1- Hiiu.l- unj.cv -Vuiuiiii vaiuau. cau be iist u la.u uui... f l.ieie be au uujexa tu buri auy c. uu 11, liul Haste 111 a ,CU VUlCU ;UU KU1.II ue.ei laav .elibe-al, luat uneel will be iru l.aieu la.-i,., tune, hut no H'i utijeil cjtu tn: lru-tratc-1 by Ii aaell OI yoa as uie li'l aissallsilcd slol liaie l.a Oi-i I OiieillUi.Oil UillUipOli C 1, dU'i UU lilt: PCliBo. .1 poilil, liie id a- oi i uuf oivii iiaoioi. u .c. .. wuoe ibe lie w a-lnu m-.i aoou wm aa . e no i.ii ie o.a.e power, it il H'jjiJ, Ui !ian- c.i. or. 1. i. wci c uaiiiiUcd that you w no aie ...s-a i-.i 1, ii-.e. iiie i iii. si ie in me ii.-puief mcies.in is no -.o.e 'oo-J leas, -ii loi ; iciip..a,e a' iicii.. l...'.,pu, , pa.i.oosui, i iii,.-,.a..... aii'l a .mil .i..o. e"-., tiuu w Lo u,i never y c; loi -aiveii - la . o :a.. . afe s.i.l o.upcicut lo aljusl IU ;U'.- le-sl wa. our pie-eal a.iiiiuii.es. luoai ban, is u '...-saii.-U'.-1 IciioA C-'Uiiiiy io- i.. and uui iu uniie, is iiie iiio.iie ii.oas i--c-. ...... war. 1 he o v ei liiuc,; w oot as.-.i.i y o.i . y - - i .. .. have lio luiiilii I wiii.ou. I.r.u you;-' , v..- ... ,rcssors; yoa have iiouaiii lei-.cici i.i n. .i" .. lo Uestoy lue oveiiiiiicui, Aii.ii- 1 :ii.i,i n.i.c ..... most eoiciUuu.ic i . piesci if, pio.ee: an i 'iva:,,-, k I dlu iuUi lei . lu-i;. We aie no; ea-.oi.e- t,a. Iiieiid.-; We liiu.sl uu; lie ei.- ui.e-. liio,i.i p.i.--s'ou Uiay Lave .-lluilieo, il iuu-t li"i l i aiv I'llil'i! Ol Hikuil'li. ilH UOSI,' Ml CCS UJ ... uy, slR'U'lliiu liieri te-o -- - u..s tjiuve to eci n viiig hcii ; and i.i.ni..-i mi uvcr iliu tjiuji iaii j, A.., '..-i .-ac i . i... i- oi mc LIIW1I, wiieli aa.ll lou lie I, a- suicey li.. wid be, by Uie titi.cr augeis ol uui ualuie. ABl'.AIIAM LINCOLN. THE INAL'GUKATION. The ceremonials of the Inauguration at Wash ington on Monday passed off with more that usual quiet, and the crowds, akhough immense wer eji eaceful aod decorous throughout the hoi proceeding We subjoin a few particulars . the Inauguration which we find io the -New Vork World of the 5ih : Mr. Lincoln, accomnanied bv Mr Ujc-iatian arrived at the capitol at five iinnute pa-tone A covered way was speedily cotistracte l, L ad in.' from the street to the tseuate chamber through which they passed, escorted bv the mar sha.l and his aids, wearinc sashe, white and hlue ami carrying hatons. 1 be House adjourned at a quarter imt twelve oeiocn,anu proceeded to he enau; chatntier to receive the President am! the President cert Great numbers of national and state officials also occupied the floor. Aether wild distinguished ineu. spe -i.iiiv llivil'.il Ihe diploinmi- c.,r.,s, g0(,-ring with gold ini e, men .., jho oi lers occupied me seats of the southern m unt.,f. The Supreme c un an I beads of departmenu in t tne iigiii or ii:e speaker. 1 he scene was erv impressive when it wn announceutfiat the President and Presidentelect were approaching, and the passage from the main entrance was speedily cleared, leaving a narrow space, through which, arm in arm, the retiring ami incoming Pre-idcuts ctedeu to the Speaker's desk, and tat down facin" the .Senate. The crowd waa la-ger than at anv nr. ccdin - inauguration. Ihe canopy beneath whiib Mr f ;..t a.. livered his inaugural was of rough boards with out ornament. lied plus'i arm chairs from fhn S..n.t - - - v, V II. Ill ber were ranged on either side, an J occupied bv i 'resident Buchanan Chief J ustice Tin,. e ml. Assoi iate judges and Senaior Uaker ot Ore'eon Ihe table before which Mr I.irwi.lr, ,.....i ot the commonest description. Mr. Lincoln's u anner of reado. r ,i. : ' " ' ' ei I n ral was M.igularly ctTective. Hit voice was dis tinctly heard by thousamls. l.enerals Scott and Wool durinuthe cen-n...- nn s, were stationed at a distune iron. ,i. : III! 111 I'l.m rn ..,1 C . k I . . 1 """"ei ui uieir rcspecrive 'latteries At the com lusion of th,e address, and whil the proee.sion was forming, Thurlow Weed, in passing General Scott'a eotnounv. f,ii,.. i ... speak with the veteran coinmander-iu chief. now is the inaugural ?' asked the general. "A success," replied Mr. Weed. ' Ood be praised ?" s aid the urim ..1,1 l.,r.: ... lifting his hands and clasping rem together! w hile the tears roiled down his fn -i. ri.' good God he pra'sed 1" 1 hose who witnessed the L'eneral's I'mnli.in were deeply moved. were much missed from the i.Utr.vrm " slid Mr. Weed. " My duty," said the general, pointing to hi guns, "is here." The dust was stifling as the procemion neared the White house. The President, marshal, and subaltern, the swell and the populace, were alike enveloped in it. One could have written a cer tificate of good behutior on tho back cf Presi dent Lincoln' coat as he entered the Hou-e. On entering the White houie.he wa conduct ed o the Blue room, when, aft-r an introduction lo the marshals, aids, and officials, the public were admitted. Thirty-two little girl, m-ith wreaths about their heads, and hearing little blue flfigs. were introduced individually, nnd audibly kissed by the President, The hair of one catch ing in the President's waistcoat button, caused much merriment and tome difficulty to entangle- A lone procession of moist and dutv citizens. eager to grasp hii hand, came next. Presently appeared the tall form of General Scott, between whom and the President the greeting was most cordial and affectionate. General Wool and Colonel Sumner also paid their respeeti, after which Mr. Lincoln was con ducted to his private room by Secretary Nicolay. Thi Sraceot-B im Vibii In The Rich mond convention, Friday, a resolution to submit the question to a vote of the people, whether to remain with the North or se -ede and join the Sou'h, wat referred. The speeches made indi cate that the peace propositions will be accept bio to Unionists, but they are bitterly denounced be secessionist. The peace commissioner were iavit4 to takff iaU U ihe tiraiIoi. STATE ITEMS. Horal-e Deming' Uuner in Chester wm entered id the night recently by meant of falte key! and f-obbed of $21)0. Irrv's dwellimr house, in Wet Fairlee. N. P wan destroyed by fire m the Sltt nit. Lo S10U0, inlurance J5U0 patrlts have lieeti i-s ! 'o C. H. Dernson of Brattlcporo' for unproved felloe machit.e, and Hubbell of Woicoti for un proved veg etable cu titer A wJek ortwo -nice fain k h"-ctt, a hand employed on th'- erinout Ceiura K. was au engine hacking into l..iitiieiier ae- pot, and fjatally nijured A Mrs. Peas.-lee, on her nv from New York to Albany, throuL-h Verm"- t, died suddenly from disekse of ihe heart, at me Barton hotel, io trton, oj i I hursilay levening, 2lst ult. On the ill -i ult. 4 fire broke out in the tailor shop of Kelson Mour-ve, of Chetter, destroying all Mr. ri. stock and most ol his fixture. los, something over $100U: nearly covered b insu rance, r I . Fouj boys were arrested in Hydcpark re cently lot breaking aachoolhoaseuoor and dam building. They were fined $5 each, aging thd and thre the sawh of them are working out their hue at nrse. Lad is f Norwich (un itary j U ivermiy -The evidentlyj deny ttie right of secession, tju the 22 I ult., ktter thiee gun for the holiday, they tired a national haluie of thirty lour guns and a ifed onie star io ihe cluster ot thirty three, which with the 'stripes, wave over the "Old ouih Br racks" of N. Ll. We have receive I from one of the mernln rsof the Bishop's church the following letter w ia a request thai it be pu dished : BISHOP HOPKINS ON sLAVKKY. ,U. KuiTOt Seeing in the Rutland l.'ourier of teh. 22.1 a letter written by bishop Hopkins containing sentiments which 1 deem erroio-cus 1 beg the privilege of being permitted to ay a lew wuiJj ilirsHu tti iiaraM in rrplv. It is prohaoiy known to in ost of yoar reidert Uial me uisiiou is a native oi lreiana. 1 an, also a l'irc-itncr - naiive of OlauiqrKausbire !ull, Waies, md a cumiiiunicii.i ol his diuii ti. li is lortuis reason that I wi-h to euter mv piotex agaiiisiiue sentiments wnich he, in tliai ie ter advances, believing as I do that they nr-- in di rect contradiction to the iraciim.-s of the Lun I, ai d the koirit of ihs Oo-pcf. w(,ich tie prote-se- to prcacii. i wonder, wnh ihe views expressed lhat the Bishop is willing to admil the doctrine itiat Jesus Christ caji.e into me world to mm p.ele a p. an of ii"leijiptiOii w lieret.y all nation ana kindred ami people tm-jht b sacd ; ul iljai IL one united vot--e th-y cliUij be periuitled lopri-i ou'-i auu t ie Uamh tor thai l.e lcui iioii pur cha-rd with his uiood 1 here is noi one wi rd in the Bible, rum (jen "" to itevel vtioris, ncti COOtjn Is with tne due nm that ail men tittve a rigtii to lite iivrn tudttio pur-iii'ol ii.. .iii-ss,' au t veiy mucu o -u-taiii it. W;.ere sti.iii e Iwv lor ulctt." of tut rii' ts of ihe oppressed I' not to the pr i '-'! i rjrie'iarj, and by wt.orn shall the civiiizs .ion of It- wurl , Ire tll;vt :il f 1 lie tl Uih is. Ibi 'iisiiOp's position is on too saiidv a lou .'Jstl i to stand (hi- flood ot ligfit au l rea-oti a h ch pr v ai - al Ins ag - , sli'l i am -ui 1 1. d lo see In in i'lCie. 1 li.iv.; r.i-eii ac I l-.'igiaiid tr tu my .ml toe seiiiii. i-rit- ul iiiiiiitti,!' alii of the tenure uildhoud. end am -ur tne lii-hop will End In -V ;nn.t:t, lu that hod v! Ijli: I . ' j : l H a li liter mv irote-i ttie - f i'.i u-u s tic s-di.c nd a in co- it'i an ex , res- uu o! r-. -pei I Jo' h.sageati' a ul witu 111 m -t fei ie olrp e t.le , .; ll. pr. ..CS1 Ijl r- lor I'.e d.-a'C. pto-oeruf aio. ii-,- w n.i.e l.ujuan ii.m iv. MlSuiHtf 1.1' t .Ma." .-i f.iil 1'ii. t " NoKl M La mn. 14 r.ttel I'm In li com. ties li-:..r.i lru:ii, 4 - luiuu ami sceensiou dei li'1' .01 si (vve tieii clft-' tel a nd the ui urn ii.uj ,ri v J. ca 4 rouvenllori is a I. i ov ,-1 1 ijiii-: ho ; ! ! i.iu IT C ' 1. . l.t. ',:i,i: 4 ,. on .-u liev ave iiivci. J -ll lor a cuii, - i .. 1- C ! -.i I I ii .' '.i C l.il ll 1 t N bv ifli.rciai tn .1:. V 1 :!on .ty . It . - ma. 11 ; r cmi a lto bus si ra 'nil by o-t.e m.,i.cioi. lied the do. r arid o-.ti- r l!ti. work on ttie vehicle Alse li.JJie J ttie heau t.e ,ki i.k't J d tl.c hi. i. --. p ,A.I lu liltpLll til' ll'-lt li P'l.llltil ,li,l 1 . . j ii. 1, id ui t ' ! .M Uli.' lit Io ItlV lli.".,i,e 1 ,p. !i. i .'ii.'-, i- -- cm en. ..', an- .1. I i.i t,j ii. i il'ii. e .... -it.i'i t;.. - ri.e - i.te n a'? c 1. lc ai. J t elite a, - Ll I CIV .' I.i...- .1 i . -li-M. 1 1 Ol . Hi.i , . C'--1. t '. .1 .i ' cu-ni. ite t-i c I. ri t-.-ii a si ii. It li , i S- i.i . ni 1, i iv lo .- .Vf f -..'' ll.." llilitollii t.l i-il. il.e .'i lli j,,, t i l-r-i, A 1 . InUilt 1. e ti -, po-i.td i 1 11 ti.f sUienuUirLf ;u tin e , O. to lilt 1. ' n M - Mi. n a- iskcj e) . nu tne . 1 o j tiMll va Alii o io 1 tu j pi'.j . u r , -.- II. 1 t-14 - " - siLCftCti UUI. A Itpull ... . i.e Con lie .1- . ti I, il iu--- -...ii in. c .i- . fl I "fit pt'ul'J, - Ulti.d n 1.; ,. i t- , relict t oiiiiuill' Itiatil e up. on.. 1,. spprt j 111.1101. .1- ui a-u.e ii c..-i,: A lui.i.tor tpsiiuii. Mm pi c l rc'i t Iii, . i.u .- u i.i.eon. u aoup'.eii In. ll -e tnUliutiiu lie 1 tiiiiiin-r ijii., s.,u a niofi u. ilr t "in in. I v y ji 1 u. i -.' s,aJ.,.-i i i vV t:iii--A 1 , fei.. f'.-.fiii.t.i liLti, 1 iiuriuiii pit-tali In the stt -i.ate. tl.e con . no.... u.cti, .met cl t):.e patent 1.... I.J olted that He. !.n . coiut : j j -.. a. 'jtiu.-iit and l lie 111 j s-.i-l s ... . . i.... u UIi ui n l. ii.i, a itp..ri. ie uininti. Jiii i eoncurieiite iu me li"i aiii. i.Jineiil -iii.i..; ..-u; liirujL . u t.-a anu t..dt- . . .. ... .,.1, l- III pyt--l. A CUM. ... r. i- , t-t-ii tu iiuui ex-riesiUelil Itlo. p.--,-.o,.iii,cj,..t eon erri,. e rtti.t.v le tl ..-!,..,. t ,.l. , - , . . , . . . . . . . . . - . e -.iii tiir cuuirltuct 1,111 si l.lO.I-.lUi.J.IAS.... .1 1 . .i . . . . ' - -" anu iit.i, t llljl ,-s -auiit t it ini. iu ii.e ,t,'...:i,ii-, ,1 i he Matt-. Ttie c.ri it an uit prupu.i.l. n a.reel upoc, uiuchaia a .....uiiin ,c-i in w, air. iruiiiri s ii, tan in. ul Ml. t.ritci.urn. it s uiueied lu I-e ntintea anil ivieiieu iu a -e . ci eoiuuiiiiec. aiili r.jtorl lu mpiriw 1 n-Auiliciii. kaaer. in-uu lion, tu l.iAicr,.iiaii. iii.;hi.,t iii.uiau.. rmtnUcu. Liixun. 1st S'U uuuaias, .an, Oa.u. jiuuter. Johnson o. icnu., euneu, Lsnt, insiu, Ussvu. .icUun, I r.l lit L 1' . . it .. . . -. . . , . .r. . isivc, Deuaf-iia. 4 tiulluon .Nay-Iiiiinain.Cnaudier, Clark, C-lJ.mer, Uoo iitiie, Uurttt. ressenueu. 'oot,ureen. Orluies. Uaie. "i"' .aiiTiii.ttirii snuuiuns. utnu. r. ieu r.)t. irunitioil, Watte. Wi,on-::l. Thetieu-e p.. -seti tne reuiutitinsren.rteJ by Mr. t vrsm i e..ni- -....i. no, n, a uie ul ue against li iLejoin' .i.u.Li.uu wiii iik1j w,u up, Mr. turaiu niuv.d lo auicim it mu-: -No auitoiuu.rut kIi.i! i.. r uu.'.uiiim .aulU. riliix ur Kivmit I onjyrev pnaer Uiaoo.isij or iiiieriere aitruu auv .-tte ill, il Uuiue-lit instuunon,., ii,ciuain,f tnat ul neiunf Htm lu lMlmr .ir . . i.. .. . . v. . ......uui uj iuc lawn ui sal Male. .v e.'iiui ton as an,eii Jtl il, uut tatl-lhlli f was rejecttd, U'J asiui-t IUL I.SI.A v, J.rb.2s TU- t-enste atrrec-d to the re- '1 , ' "'lc',",reucecun ui.ttet uu me Vienna star Utw. iifcitu-iiift tn- amount ol ihe apjiropriau u to i Mr Ciiiunuru, Irom ILe I taca Cunvru- "u tuiuoinice, t licicl a ftp iil f.cuiiimeudiiiif Ilir ajuptiuu ul iiu- piupuriiiciu. Mr. Istvtaril dUorl a J-'lut tt-i.uiation liuiii. is,.i. tia,Iiiiii iil 1.- uurress i.,i- jiropo.iUff auieui.mtuis lu tliecunuli luliuu. Mil Liuu.iii.e nr ucil.:e ul a pruv i.u a- an -- u utri f-eiiuu ol tne aitu-inliiieni piuj.u-eil liv tur l e.-e cunvenllc.il. t it : I ,...,.(., Inai Un- eetiuu lake ell et uu Ihe eaprera eundltion n v o.ait ntreiulure auiuillna or herealier ad .... .,a, umiK ,uei tu Hllhuraa JUII-olcHun III tue L nlittl .-lalr. .11.1 U.S. -iitui.uii shall he tiie suprrim- law ol the iaad sffi. aiiiruu'Ueiili-, ami juiul r. :-omliuufi ueit-u iu lie titinif.1 I.M111 I .. 1... . ir Liue. ven.iurel.eltrujiludisua.atreiirt.ruled 1 ne p..-l uliice loo vt- !:,,.,., .,l ...i r.l auienu uruii. were sUopte.l, all er aliisn the til aas pas e,t. 1 lie bi I re.ativ.. lt the detribuiiun ! joiiv.fi, tec., ana ai- j the bill donatm Is nil in Miu- nemiia aud oreiton tor sclKiol pur iim-. lis r-d I he Hou-e r.-cun-iilerd Ur t'urwiu s ji upotd amefi4 m lit o ttie CMi-lir uliun. ( a Inch Isdetl to receives 1 o third-vote t lie lav prevlou- I sve ls, na,i 1;',. Ihe re-olitiou was adup'ed, I i-f ssius iS 111. speaker amiuunced that (there t-eiuc Ihe neeesi-ary two ttiirilfi. trie r-foluiiuii was aoop't-d. Ihe btu. ale's aiiieudiueu t to the bill Hupp iijr the mails in ttie -e-eii iiiit Sia.es. a s- cuitriirret iu : alro III re fort "t ttie comiuitlee ol conlerenc" .iu the eia irrectiijr vote tin ihe tlreifuri aini Wa.b ington mar dtbr. iseveral tiuur- a ere con"Utnel on the tsritste's fort v-two aiiieiniii.e:ii- to the civil and miscellane ous approprlttloa hill. KkiuaT. March 1 i -ve Senate jiaascd a resolnti n sllo 'iiit' t 0111 I'auldiiift tu receive a eril li'.m Nicaragua Hie bill re iiiiuurxiti,; Coin. I'suldiiitt V evru-es in def- iidinjr a suit hy oue ot til buster IV alker's men was also pa-sed. 1 he rep- rt Irom the etec C 'lnunttee ou the I' ace Conlereue, together 1 wiih Mr. intend, ii r proi.o-il on. was laWen up. Mr Uuuiflaa a-ked that Ihe resolution Irusu the liuu-e alto he takeu up, which was strtav-d It. and a lone dicasMoii ensued. The House, resolu'iow was ma le the special order lor (Saturday al noon, lu he lluu-e, the reuor- ol the committee ol 33 was take u up Tlse M-uilinr prnpu-illtm beintr t lie act aiimiiiiut; Art nxic-o to tne l uioii vir ii cvin.ii moved to lav tin tin-lahle. carried. 114 asraiu-t 17 I ne next was in act tor the re n di 'lou ot luifitivt. Irom 'abor Mr llickrasu raovil to pus' pone until Mnndsv. 1 he I pi nker ruled the motion out or ur.ier. and the bill ti4M-d. azaiust "2. 1 he bill to amend the act tor the ien.i.tiou of luifitives Irom ju-t ice was rejected. Pi against IM 1 ha rverstla and Umcoxmtt terrllurisl bills iaere pasaeti. Katduuav, Mirc-h 2. In the. Senate Mr. Foot pre sented the cirilf ntiaU uf Jaruh C'oliamer. re elected Senator from Verinuut. A nutntier ol reports from dilfeient coiim little were re-eute4l- l'he 1'eace foiiveution pre po-dions weietakeo up arid Mr. 1-ane ol ll'ejfoll coinjlunerl Uis speecn Sl'SUoii I lie propo sition, lis was folloaed I v Mr Jnhnsan ol leun , w ho made au jelix, unit L'uiun pesrli. The Indian bill slid the aritiv loll pas-ed. Ihe Houss voted to print ,0 ocupie- ol llie ab-trarted luilmn bunds in vertiiiaiion. alf o 2.oo cupi-s of Morrill s amended tarirt loll. Tin a. II. Ford sent in his ren;nallon ot Ihe oflice of pi nter. I he post uflice nepropristi'in bill wax pa ed with ali the heuaie's airieutluieuta The resolution censuring Sscretary Tau'ey's man airem. nt of th. Nan departineut, and specially his acceptance ol i tr-nruatious by traitorous ollicers, was pa-red. 'Si KS' i-t ri A re-olutluu of thauks to the sjs-aker wan ad .jited. The ludian anproprisliun bill wa- taken up a id p.sed. with an amend ui -ut allow iiiK Iliet hoeta v t-.V" si. The House adjourned until 10 A. M. m Mon lay. l'he Se a e held a seiu-ion gunday evening1, af which Mr. Crfi eutlen si oke, urRine compromi and conciliation. Mr. Trumbull opposed tha cuoiproin. ise which had been tiff-red lr. llaker spoke at some leua-th in lavur of a ret ou the psaes eouisr ttv prujiusiUujsi. were or- f KY TELKGUAPil. pjju.l Ilisj.uk u, is, RuUwsl Hsrala-L. Oprrslsr.l FliOM WAbUINUTON. Col. FremmtU lo fcace tiie. Frertck MUsion The PrenilerU and tLt Simthern Commit- tioner Mr. Lincoln auewl a Y &ldtng The Xtio Cabiiiet, c. Titw Tokc, Msreb 6th. The limes' Washington cxirrepuuoeiit mj that M- Gr-eley has rto-iiM sssBissnce irom l'mutt-nt Lmcuiii tnat f reuivut will receive the reucti ais siuu. MUD- .. . ..... . .:, lheJrrrr will not mate diumwiunivi Mr. t base a-Aitufs his other . It is uudriaiuud lhat i'lesidrut Liueo.'D illdrclioe suv couleri.c with the oath-rii ccriiiiiiioti-r, - . , . , ... ...tl ... ..... . . . im t I.S OU IIKgrOUIHI liaviN suit Hwuriwii 1 he Preid-ut bu rrcjuestrd Mr. Canwron to ap point Mr. K.lswortli chiel clerk ol Ui War Opmn uient. Mr. Kcssenden of Maine M aigea lor jamwifr w tuifiauu. .sevtrsl southerners leleitnvhea to Gorrrnor rtcX- eu, ou the 4th iu-1 , not to aiiack urt Milliter nntu acliuD was takrii Vv the c.mitxleratea Sfa'es. J'rrsiociit IjucoJu aitcmiej h medditif of the dui(Lt r of Uud. Amos 1 uck of New HaniprUir last " . - . . .... .. I he uelegstions Irom inoisris tDa Maine several 17 paid their re-prcl tu tne President this nioruinft. Jn re-pons to lu-ir reetinir. ne niaue a unci tnunn evidently Htli-laclur. ailUress. I lie coin tn ii-sluas ol tue new anilK;i omcer nave li--ti mittied- Mr. seward was the first to enter upon the dntisa Ot his urhce at the Mate eruarUseut. It a a ex pre led lliat Bocifiarjr Uix woala vacate bis uflice to-day, bat at the request iA tats saoceor, but. Chase, lie liulds oval nul U-murruw TLe Troy Election. ''-' Taor, March fltb. tieo. U. Warren, Jr., the Denocrstie canndate, ha been elecb-d Major ol tlis eiiy hy asajoti' jr f S40. 1 le election was lairl aad bunorahij eonKs ed. The Cuuucil will stand: 12 Uvmvcntic s-wier-uien and Id Kepuhucalis. FatEOOK of IHE l Bs.B is Gkohoia. The tecessionists do not seetu to have included freedom of the press in the liberty for huh they profe to Oe cotnei.1it r. '1 be Augusta fOa.) "hronicl-j, a cr.t.strvsiive paper, having .Kulied over the v.jte ol Vnifiiiia against aecea sion, lias been ihi aii-iii-J w.iti I'.er.i ( tioii by the sec ession in-b fa ut the ptp r i bot fright ened, and 11. a lor g atjJ vi-orou arnciC on ihe vubject, it ay : ' Ac are at a ! s to undeistaod v, bat partic ular ohj-ctioti t' ere ts 10 Ihe alltcie lb ijar-'mli; ut here we wi-ti t say t -t we wnl siaud ty it to the ia-t ; iti I iii d noi retract, or aiier, or mo! if; a ime, aoid. -y.i ! ,n 1 iter in t, t ur lives tin i; 01. tne i.i V wdi fioi t 'or.-. d or OllVel. l.v m.t "U . le ; r Uie. e iave ia'iore' lo i li-,iv jfiril, si Jelli li list., rules ot th . ! '. , . .: pcie , e have Hi 1 -, ; c uid, to Mam i.-n; and perrculirir apt nt w'ncii proiw :v e itidi tii. 1 -dev.;. in J -vi. only. Po-si- t'i :l . a -vsr-l IU Ui;fll.Wt,c4i e 1 f. -ct liul we -h..i liul e ttie av!c-r-. ii. nil by -ati i li.ii-s rnor-- t 1-11 ae -. i ---or . airl st.au sutici i'liir ttiat lit re vo 1 : ions ereCiei l..e , lir.is'i lii-li. aud they ie jier.sUtil hy ll." Uii.o 1 iut iktis'it 'jV Iwi'n I he dispatch eiali ie tis the surreiitr u lig.t iroin . ,e iuiu,iii:if ui tu'i.-i- ence 1 tie Uuhj.'s rre ..lovtc line u-e ui . lie 4 v crtiineiit traii-p- rta- ,1, to me sea'ioard, ti.s.11 k .I.e f nut s.rui aud nrec or lur c 1110:1. llwuuientv hte ticen ei'sved t : e sir dcpaiimttii i.enn; that I ai.j-s entered iu-u negotiations W ith tdu a sih siUt Tuitd l uiiciiler Coi. v,te, ...tin tti sia e as -ppj.i.tetl tyetcesil 10 '. chlel oi the xii..utry department, out ,ii ,,,jt arnvcJ In sejii 'O picvciil tin- uniru .,r ii gs'ait lOiisia icd rocliJ- an 1 ...giactlui I. is (itiiniirj iuil ci. Samiitr I 1 O; oiuilioV d lo I w.j.gj' piate. CAHliiilUUb CAllLi til lil l -i.sl t tlrpurtea c. leicatsph ) i luntl atlie. aliuul 4-t beeves, and 1 -t )iufri .CUUllrtiL Ul a CI 11. tA 1. . CVI lli.HI au l2 tnirt itll' tiiC. I'ricrr ; si set !- i- I.i 1 s '' Vt KHI itt . o- --touu ,-s.H) i.Vi .), tllld. Ui;,'.; ui , ..iOlCkC -.usilt; th . "' l.'." pair. '..' ii ., . . '. a 'j, I . i- t - r --' i-'in ' f.'t iT. 7, . po '. nn: S 1.' - ,-. j o ' i ". t iT at imnt I'rio-t' ia lut , . a I.'. r.stis anil Srrciiun. u 'i'i i-r - "i- i'tr L .ii.r tiJ.t Ir .". i; 1 a tr ill- la .iv.'; Tc. f'l.'.H.OO , iie', rLn 1 u Mii. i" iif- l.iniiiik- 1-ref pu d si -sue piicc- s lt-t ck ! -v, w j 1-: uS Wr-.ti c !'.-. Ilict cl , 1.1 i-.-r 1. ' : ..I im ii!tr lur t i,ua l'i Pd -p , 1.. sntl -co 'Jj cct-te per nra'i iu aer tnan fur ut i 't liire vttr-i.. srLCML 0TI1LS. ..i'LIU f AMIUN" 1 Lr ,Ui!HUX fltl . 1 i - a' 1 t.t 11 , I la-hlcl! u' ll.- tl i , lUl i.tlisnS ui -.. vtlili li.uii stei t'S 1.T, ti,eUiti. Ire 1 e . 1. iiiiL un, lit ail.iil. nit un Cater i o. ii..- li i.-i ,pp:i n-uu mil.! ju.' p. l.ni :ui 1 e ;e-. t'i;uir vt" . . 1, "S .- -s- ! Hit lit uat .-r l.l ) - - I U lilnic t aferie , tent lies.. k. iior: tt.. il. mar j Kv; tiii- c iecl e r t tLst ce icscy prevents Ii in ti p .'H f lul ti e u.i-11, iv, a. e.i- al- SL.II lil. an . -t. . .1 t . 1 LsT ttjrt'.iui, l-cLils-.eJ Jsu Jkliio i aikr f t e,a,e I i.ip, t le- la Tl.e cs- ul pal t cl kite ' ll p--t i ip it li ui ll JulUfr is-ke. li -ician tu ! lie Kl u i l r.i.y sna, si.u ti 4nua & j tjr t:,t- ti.li v-uit atij rs.e t nit lui 1 Uiaie u.tfj-n.tit- si.1 1 1, -triit.:. ci iiitii si., cacse Iter tin i r -t-i,; il a tu I.e C'-n1-iL.ii g pu . j.ot tiee. uy tlowil el klil pj-.ii;i tlsli.J'C t. fci.y ferl.t tnar. spi tli'Jll i.L irV,U Ijiu ji.i.e. Clef . Jt'.i. Ir- i Tr. Usxter 1'i srSor: Mj uui iiw bn-u rut j ct 0 t lUieiit sf.a. ti ul i-iuup. Vt e nave lcanu tr it hi:.- f t. lair u t ; fehce hiui at ei.ee I a cu.ij nut 1 e a it bent it in U. y 31.1x1.3 t li sny ccn--1'eistiuu sliatt'itr J"M1U1 swiisiis-; Alill.eU'li. Vl . t Ct. I-.J I have u-.-d l'r N i, niie t-.iiair in in) ismiiy iur inrre er-. anu have aiaave luuna it a sure rvifi- ttiv lur the Cloia . Jirr. AKlH IJlLL. Msncherter, t ,Oct. lvt). My son. 01 ti,bt yearr oiU, a as taSru riutntlr aiiuine Crutip. ana received Im. su.su il rtikri le iakiii( t it tearpuoului 01 lr. Ji. O. W nut's tsinu nary tiuvor t-ii Coufc.. DrsPkreia. There if probaLJy tio tisea-e a bich eapeitri.ee Las ru snip') prutea to t-e remtuisbie ty lltl tuivii.v Bltlf a l'i 'Pp-ia llicsutst inveterate forms ot tins dinense have been cutnp,ttelr cured tif this wetiiciut, as ample tertuuony ul sctns ui uur oral cruens proves. E:rat cf a Iriur rem IM. Hoiveit A'taaey, Maas-t-iu, .V. T., trim sal itifdihf ysv isi ais yrmeltt Tor lure acari .ai .-t-t.t!eii.er-, H ith rec-aid iu the Teruvian fcymp. ss a itmeuial s-. nt in ceitaiu lurms ot ui.esee. 1 Pave nu hesiiatinu in v-aviti it La eiaims lu cui.il- net euuai il nut eupenur, to those ul any suetiiuiue that ha ever cume nnutr my itnrrvatiun. I nev nu Uuubt ol lis eactlieiiec in manv csvol thrunie tli-ea-es. In uue cae litre 1 nsve bseu it In o.ruc- utr. it has triumpned bevune ail tsiecisiitiu or hujie! 1 us Cave a a- a eevtre e vnepaiain connecMoa simaistu-o intf in paiitni. a uuti tnairtrd ul). liU It two urt In ee itaii safleietl Otvond mesfure. and Lail. Hum ut riving cniy j.art ai and lempurary rr l liciu uilitf Riat Irs, leuupall nope, anu seitieu uuftii ts f Mats si nejiair. c ua 'kviiiiiUitii tu u-e flie Peruvian t.vrnu. A lew ess eii.ee 1 ns herain fua n, w ueu she tuid me sna as cured. lveaw wrx., are renera !y fos and a oiin-iufcl condi- suou litirav s iin in tne Silid ieiiai.ee oi tue unnapps m.a r tl svuM's a Acactaa iia i east, i" ju-ti tt tlirait-j lli. um.l sucorwiul r.m- -oy o. tuis or auv utbT -fr in cur;r Lfinamt, lua nerv ous OiMirJers. couipisim ol ttie .iter i etc.. and it uut ouiy linearis a new jilt and activity lo evert ir-au, tut it aieo r..t taaxes thesvem. mskius; ttie tiutrly lin'k met uiuie toutm .ii a.,r and Ihe yuuug mure !.lnumit- ti.an tin t tire It liiour.llLii p operttes il Uie acscus HaUn art -ucii. that a tide it mmuialti evtrv rm.. ... . physical bsriliir to lucrta-ed scut lit. n places emi-t, is p.tereM.uu ul artntato tnai urc eulhcwnt to "its t .ii-tsse and traui. ai. ev er mui bid taint liicli may he (ursine in Hie svsitui It ai-u it.c- . i.- cietiuu-. products new aud IVailby fle,b and Hood and cousr., iiti.il v makes whuleand ttraity tutenlira IitmsT. It i" a tunic alterative and diai,ln.rfU, -timu snl anliout the tsmleet itacliuf . Jt uwr. ,,'ut -nnpl, remedy a local evil, tut purihes and .i,. evtrv ttrllstol dlM-a-etrum Ihe body I he A Sact a lis ss lu In mill al 4 iurt boliie. It i uufamed uf 1'OSO sV MtiK.-K, ll S. nil- sttrfa Who have a sniall ouoibtr ol Mtciutta noiiie. price 6 cents, that ail may have the ui put t unit v OIlllSI u-iw How to ik it1. II ru ih a tine bead of Hair. seLiO.VS KAlllal- KUX, the ..tt--vi rT, . .ib most ptiular J" VfCW K aH 'Pd t-rejiaratiosi ever made j .'jj , Ills immense sale proves I ral- ui Tht svivasV j O" excel leuce. ll re- I lata sea all Liaudrull, Ae.. pitvtuu ine ilair iruui islhac oat. re rluresaud p'ex-rtes It, and Is de iicfitiuliy rtuBsetl. hold every litre -4sr 1 bo-e eipox-d lu binous stiacasCatiacii tr miasiaa a well as ihoi already sulltrinf Irosa tb.m. and particularly lho-e couvale-cenl. should at nnoe Lava recourse to I'rof. Wood s Iteetorative Cordial and Kiood llcnovslor. It is a pure litalihy tunic Cordi al, and wiii at once be felt ia all parla .f t he sy steal, exhilarating and permanently iio diiia? it up, and thus uoi null cure, but render the c.Hi-iitutiun lo vulntrsble to the lurtber procrees ol disesse. a. w tll as prevent tho-e new dtt . It.) uietils tu sLh li.ls a a-eakened rondit'on we are so liable, fe.e advertise- nifui in anoiuer cuiumn. tth. AS ISCO.VTKiiVEKllHTfc f ACT. M medtciue cieutilicallv and skitiultv t,m..ni,1. ed. w Inch makes uo undue un.iri,.i... ...,( u . commended by citizens til tbe h heet re pectability, deserves the pstroiiseeof Ihe nuh ut. K.o t. . mu-Ai. cine is Or HaU t KAL.1AM, a cute for CO M M f- iu.i is ail ics umtrtut stages. 7-4w Dr. C. II. BllllLs's'. ICj i ei-ri. i-n. .i.a particular atteutioa to distataa .r .- oritaos. and specul d -eases ol Wuinta. tos- advenna-( arav au mmtwjr-W CUlUtUtla I i ArwooD'eUciaiaa Tonic Ki-maca t tat li matie loute ever otTtred to i K. ...,i.i. ' i aria stent. 1, ie6a. 'l"m. !.T Ae.Msd ..f otid Iieai.h, I he I "uu C l tl.e s Hem ... I no, i ii. u i it n-i.