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THE RUTLAND WEEKLY HERALD :
THURSDAY, JULY 11, 18G1. THURSDAY, JULY 11. The Fire at West Castletgjt. We haye received by mail some further particu lars of the fire at West Castleton, an f-"ant of which was sent ua by telerjr'' Sunday night, and was published our 77 morning's issue. ' The fire ced on Friday night, and the buiKling burned was, aa hefore stated, the barn belonging to the West Castleton Slate Company. This, with all its contents, in cluding seven valuable horses, besides sever ,t, al wagons, harnessess, &c, &c., was entirely fcoasumaadjimulatfoboy3 (aatwor age a- m " - - . a : T - a 'WJ 'aV ;. j.ne loss or roperrjr:. czuuiaie .uvui ' surance" in the Vermont Mutual of $800. The fire was discovered at about 11 1-2 o'clock, and is supposed to have been caused by the mulatto boy who it is said went into the barn to sleep and was known to have matches and pipes about him. His remaias were found in the morning, burned to a crisp near the part of the building where the fire was first seen. An inquest was held, and a verdict rendered in accordance with the above facts. REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY. Washington, June 5. The Secretary of the Treasury's Report is necessarily lengthy. The Secretary shows an auffregate of ; ppropriations already made of seventy-nine millions seven hundred and ten thousand, and eighteen and seventy dol lars and eight cents, and then proceeds to state that the additional estimates for the fis cal year ending June 30, 18(11, including the deficiency caused by the application of $6, 298,837 to the service ot the preceding year will require additional appropriations for the civil list, foreign intercourse, and miscella neous objects, S831,1C: ; lor the Interior Department, 8431,523 ; tor the War De partment, SI 85,296.3 79 19 : for the Navy Department, S30,)09,520 in the aggregate, S217,1G8,050 50. In addition to the demands upon the Treasury it will be necessaiy to provide fir the redemption of Treasury notes due and maturing to the amountof $12,039,861, and for th" payment of the interest oil the public debt to bi c reated during the year, which computed for an average of six months, may be estimated at nine millions. The whole amount required for the fiscal year 1862, may therefore be stated at 318,519,581 87 Provision is made for the interest on the ex sting public debt in the sum of nearly S66, 000,00') already appropriated for the year 1862. To provide for the sums required, it is quite appnrent that the duties on imports will not be adequate, and that the deficien cies must be supplied from loans, and the problem to be solved is that of so proportion ing the former to the latter, and so adjusting the details of both, that the whole amount needed may be obtained with certainty, due economy, the least possible inconvenience, and the" greatest possible incidental benefit to the people. The Secretary is of opinion that eighty millions should be provided by taxation, and two hundred and lorty millions through loans. The different modes of taxation are limited by the Constitution to duties on im ports, direct taxation, and internal duties on excises. The duties on imports constitute the chief form of indirect taxa ion, and direct taxa tion includes capitation taxes, taxes on real estate, and probably general taxes on per sonal property, including lists embracing all descriptions, and valued by a uniform rule, while under the head of interest duties and excises may be included all taxes on con sumption and on special descriptions of per sonal property, with reference to use rather thau value. The principal advantages of a system of direct taxes are found in the sensibili tv with which they are felt and observed, in the motives thence arising for economy and fidelity in the administration, and in the mauitest equity of distributing burdens in proportion to means. The advantages of indirect taxation by duties on imports are found in the economy of collection and facility of payments, adap tability to the encouragement of industry, and above all, in avoidance of Federal in terference with the finances of the States whose main reliance for revenue must ne cessarily be upon levies on property. The present tariff on duties will not produce the revenue required by sound principles of fi nance under existing circumstances. The ec eipts of the last quarter were only $5, 527,210. The sum needed now is greater than can be expected at this time from any tariff. With the revival of trade and in dustry the revenue will improve, even tho the restoration of peace be delayed beyond present hopes. 'I he sources of revenue most promptly to be made available, must be sought in articles now exempt from duty. Of the articles now lightly taxed, su-zar, and of those wholly exempt, tea and eoflee are most important. The secretary proposes a uuiy oi cents per pound on brown sugar, 3 cents per pound on clayed sugar, 4 cents per pound on loaf and other refined sugar; 2 1-2 cents per pound on syrup of sugar cane ; 6 cents per pound on cand ; 6 cents per gallon of molas ses ; 4 cents per gallon of sour molasses ; also a duty ot 5 cents per pound on coffee ; fif teen cents per pound on black tea, and 25 cents per pound on gTcn tea, and expects from these duties an additional revenne of not less than $20,000,000 annually. The Secretary says that it will be neces sary to raise the sum ol S20,000,000 for the current year, at least, by direct taxes, or from internal doties or excises, or from both, and leaves the question as to which shall be resorted to, to Congress. One-eighth of one per cent, ad valorem on the whole real and personal property of the country would pro duce $20,128,577 ; a rate of one-fifth of one per cent, on the States not under insurrec tion would produce $21,800,000 ; and three tenths of one per cent, on real property alone in these States would produce nearly 23,000,000, either being inexcisspf the sum required. The Secrttary is of opinion that Constitutional requirements would be satisfied if Congress, in the act fcvyuig such a tax, shall apportion it -"ng the eral States. s ' , , .. , , ,. The Secretary ale- -"ggested a light di rect tax from r? 8maU properties mav be emP and suggests moderate charo- on stills and distilled liquors, ale, er, tobacco, bank notes, spring carriages, silver ware, jewelry, and legacies. If these sources of revenue be resorted to the amount reqiured from loans will bo proporionately small. Cong-re Extra Hrniou. Washington, July 8th. House Mr. Spaulding presented resolutions ofth3 Legislature ot New York relative to the iiroctty treaty Referred to Committee on Commerce. Mr. Vandever presented resolutions of the Legislature of Iowa, praying for the establish ment of a National Armory at Rock Island Referred. ,tr t.n.7T?s Mr. F. A. Conklia . prwseofcwl a memorial of J.Me-A-w -' r-mr-t! at New York relative to defences of that harbor, i V3u "Mr. Hoi man's resolution was adopted that the House will, during the present extraordinary ses sion, only cousider bills and resolu'ions concern ing Military and Naval appropriations for Gov ernment and financial affairs connected there with, and that all bills of a private character and all other bills and resolutions not directly con nected with the raising of revenneu and militaiy and naval affairs, shall be referred without de bate, to the appropriate Committees to be con sidered at the next regnlar session of Congress. Mr. Lovejoy offered the following resolutions: Resolved, That in the judgement of this House, it is no part of the duty of soldiers of the United Stales to capture or return fugitive slaves. Resolved, That the Committee on the Judi ciary be instructed to enquire into the expedien cy of repealing the law commonly called the Fugitive Slave Law. Whereas, Maj. Emory of the United States army, resigned his commission under cicura stances showing sympathy with rebellion against the government, therefore li-.'solved, That his restoration to service was improper and unjustifiable, and that this Home in the name of the people, demand of the Ex ecutive his immediate removal. Mr. Hickman raised the point that the resolu tions were precluded by the order adopted at the irvsiasce of Mr. Holman, which specifies the peculiar character of business to be transacted during the present session. The Speaker overruled the point of order. Mr. Kdwjrds moved to lay th3 resolutions on the tab'e. Mr Vallandighsm made an ineffectual effort to amend the resolutions. The House then voted on Mr. Ed ward's motion, and laid the resolutions on the table by 67 against C2, ' Mr. Hickii an moved for a reconsideration of Mr. Ho! men's resolution, his object being to include a general question of a judicial charac ter. Mr. Burnett desired a further extension in oider that propositions looking to a peaceable solution of the present political differences may tie permitted, lie was one ot tlioe who hadnot at aodoned all hope on that sat j?ct. Speaker " Debate is not in order," The House then reconsidered the vote by which Mr. Hotmail's resolution was adopted and Mr. Hickman's amendment as above indi cated. Mr. Vallandigham raised the point that the resolution changed the rale, which could not be done without the required notice to that effect. Tbe speaker for reasons already stated over ruled the point of order. Mr. Richardson wanted the resolution amend ed so that contested elections might be consid er d. Mr Colfax briefly maintained that the Con stittttion provided for that subject. Mr. Burnt tt again suggested an amendment so as to allow propositions looking to a peace ful solution of the present troubles to be intro duced. Objections were made. Mr. Burnett said gentlemen ought certainly not to be deprived ot the right to offer such pro positions. Mr. Wickliffe- of Kentucky declared in7'be name his constituents, his country and God, that the legislation of this House should be left free and untrammelled. He moved to lay the reso lution on the table. Motion negatived by 52 against 102. Mr. Holman's resolution as amended by Mr. Hickman's resolution was then again adotted. Mi . Fouke offered a preamble setting forth that a fierce and unnaturaj civil war exists, caused by a portion of our misguided country men, and concluding with resolutions that the House should, daring the pending civil war, ig nore all political differences heretofore existing between citizens of the loyal States, that all ap pointments civil and military, should be made in accordance with Jefferson's plan, namely : Is be honeat t Is he capable 1 and approving the President's course, summoning troops hither to defend the Capital, &c. paying a high ribate to Gen. Scott's military skill and wisdom, and to his loyality amid so much defection, and conclu d:ng by saying that while we hold the sword of justice, and have the ability and disposition to uphold the President, it becomes our most sol iemn duty to offer to our delnded brethren the olive branch of peace. Mr. Lovejoy moved to lay the resolutions on the table. Mr. Hickman raised a point of order that these resolutions were excluded under the proposition to day adopted prestrioing business during the present session. The Sneaker sustained the point as well taken. J Mr. w asnourn onerea a series ot resolutions, referring various branches of the President's Message to appropriate committees. "Adopted. All the contested election cases were referred to the committee on elections. Mr. Cnrtiss offered a joint resolution propos ing to strike from the pension rolls the names of all perrsons in rebellion against the United States, and all aiding or abetting secession, &c. This was ruled out, under the rule adopted this morning. Mr. Van Wyck introduced a bill increasing the pay cf soldiers to fii cen dollars per month, commencing from. May 1st, 1861 ; also, a bill reducing the expenses of the Government. This last bill provides that all officers excepting post masters and consuls having no stated salary, shall pay all fees collected by them into the Treasury, and that tbe salary of all officers, civil, milittry. and naval, be reduced as follows: Over SlO.OOO, 3i per cent.; over $7,500, 25 per cent.; over $5,0(0,20 per cent.; over $3,000, 15 per cent.; over $2,000, 10 per cent.; over $1,000, 5 per cent.; also, repealing all laws gram ng mileage to members ot Congress, re stricting the franking privilege to one ounce in weight, and repealing all laws and resolutions appropriating money for newspapers and sta tionery for members in Congress. On motion of Mr. Vaa Wyck, it was resolved that a committee of five members be appointed by the Speaker, to ascertain and report what contracts have been made by any of the De partments for provisi' ns, supplies and transport a ion, for materials or services,or for any articles furnished for the use of the goveunment without advertising for proposals as required by statute 61. Alto to ascertain the names of parties to whom contracts have been given, the compensa tion and terms thereof, and reasons therefor. Also when proposals were received, if the contracts were awarded to tho lowest bidder, and if not, the reason therefor. Also whether contracts as let, -are in accordance with the specifications invited by the proposals, and if any alterations, the reason tcr the same ; also whether any person or persons have any interest in contracts thus made and awarded," or have been paid for obtaining the mne, nr have any profits arising therefrom except the contracts, and that said committee shall have power to send for persons and papers, to administer oaths, to examine witnesses and to rrport at any time. On motion of Mr. Upton it was resolved that the Secretary of War be directed to instruct officers of the army of the United States taking prisoners and releasing them ujio-i taking the oath of algian?e to the Unite') States, tf report their names and residence to the Secretary of War, that the sam.3 nav he p;cor 'ed in his department. On motion of Mr. Ca-iw!'- " 't ro-olved that the committee on navaj .-.ff.iirs b irwu ted to inquire into fhe expediency of j.rnvilinj fur the appointment ijf tint full num t r of Cadets from such States as have nr i v u the nnval service the nutuh-r to which th y nr- enii'led by existing laws, and if from any of ,i st it"s re commendations are not made, the number shall be taken from such ftatts in tho s.ino svetion of the Union, as shall aply It tin-places in said school. On motion of Mr. Delano, it was re-nlved that the cot-mince on Naval Affairs ! instructed to organize and report as to the present ca..Hfi'y ot i the iiation.il armory at sipriny field. I;.-s ,fur i the manufacture of arms ; Jlso, wh:ir u-lticr x- ! pend.tnre, i' Jtny, i tiec-;sJrv f r optratiug that armory to the utmost of its capacity. ! On motion of Mr. Loonns. it as resolved ! that the committee oa the instructed to pre are and a bill for a public act to c Judiciary are hereby report t j this House, tjs-cate ti e properly ot all persons holding offi p, cither civil or mili tary, under the Government of any State of the L niteu states, or the so called Cor;f.;deia'e States of America, ho ha who shall hereafter take Government of the United e taken up arms, or Njp arms iigamst the States. On motion ol Mr. Buell it was resolved that the committee on Military to report a bill crrantinz a lAff.iirs he instructed ension to the moth er ot the late Col. E. E. Klls worth. Oa mo'ion of Mr. Elliot it wa-t resolved that the committee on naval affttir be instructed to enquire into the expediency of providing by law for a tenporary increase ofi the Navy by author izing the President to purchase or procure suita ble vessels, and commissioh for h limited time competent and skillfu commtn lers and oflkers, with leave to report bv hi! or otherwise. On Motion of Mr. Divett it was re?o!ved th t following address the Hous j and b y if the Senate concur, that th be signed by the Jspeaker q the President of the Senate . and that the Presi- dent be requested to appro e the sams and tratis- mit a copy to tte Gorernd rs ot the respective Mates of this Kepuhm-: Here fellows the ! Ire tence occurs, namelv: ' n whtcri ft is 'en- Vc thus en-re kr vo'i , not in dread of your poweij but berause we had rather persuade you aslrie as enemits. We de-lare ids than conquer you o ir de'rrtn in itio n m cae you pern! in your rebellion, not in a spirit ot menace, nut that we m i 1 s-ipa'e a: 1 ide of peace upon terms other tlian v e supreme ev ot ihe Constitution, that oua dgsbail w:sv; tri- umphant over this whole e( uhiic, or it shall cease to te a national e: bieni I hi" is our firm resolve. God and an enli;;htcnv. wcrld v.'ul decide as to the rectitude The papers wer; referre on the Judiciary. our i ur-e iie t'ommitiee un motion 01 .Mr. i row ride, it was resoiv- ed, that the Secretarv of War be requested to as practicable, ptns furnish the House, as'soon ana estimates, to be prepared hy the engineer ot the D'partment, for cotn bletir, the d'-tetisiv works on the side of the I'oltomac near tins citv and also, to report upon th e expediency r f con structing similar wo-ks on the northern side of this city , with estimates f or ihe same, so as to reduce to a iniunnutn th lUtntwr of troops re fl iired for the protection of the Capital On motion ol Mr.Potteri it was risoived tha: a committee of five be pppinted by the Speiker to ascertain ana report 10 the House, the num- ber of persons, with the na fces thereof, now em . ployed in the several Departments of tbe Gov ernment who are known to entertain sentiments of hostility to the Government of the United States; and those who havt refused to take the Oath to SUDbOrt the Constitution nf thi Uni ed Stftfps find fhar ain mnmntoii k q n f hf,r,?.ri 1 to send for purs- ns and papers. ine House adjourned. Southern- ExoDce.-f-A remarkable fea ture of the ; present beilfigerent controversy between the North and the South is, that the helpless wives and children, and the proper ty of the belligerents, an s 6ent over to their enemies for protection ! This is a movement heretofore unheard of anong fighting par ties, and is now conlined entirely to the South: We hear of bo wives and children, or 'families rleein from the free to the slave States for safety ! The tide of white fugi tives is pouring into the towns and cities all along the border. Of the arrivals at Cincin nati, the Western Christian Advocate says : "There are tbirty-nine arrivals at the hotels in Cincinnati, of persons and families from various parts of the South some from South Carolina, others from Georgia and Alabama, and others yet from FUnda and Louisiana on Monday j Through the re maining days of the week there were seven ty additional arrivals frpm the same region. We do not pretend to say why these persons aDd families flee from he South to the North while there are none that are fiteing from the North to the South, Somebody knows the the reason why. The reign of terror at the South i3 becoming fearful. A lady relative in a note to this office, dated at Columbia, Arkansas, says that sev eral negroes and white men had been hun 'for cause' in that vicinity, and that it a, certain death to a man to say he was in fa vor of the American' flag. Tarring and feathering, shooting andjhanging are current pastimes of the South, and the leading men there know this to be true ; and they know another thing, that no man has been tarred or feathered, or hung in the North for any utterances, either for or against the Govern ment. Such is the difference between the two sections. The talk in the Southd by Doctors of Divinity, and preachers, an I poli ti ians generally, is that) in this cond.ct the North seeks only 'booty and beauty.' Will they tell us how it is that they, bf ing at war against u.s should sewl to in their htlplefs women and children for protection? Chicago, III , July 8. A vio'ent tornado accompanied bv rain passed over Freeport, in this Suite, this afternoon, do ing considerable damage. The Freeport House aiid the Illinois Central railroad dtjpot were unrofed, and the machine shop of the Racine & Mississippi railroxd were demolished, and bridges over the Pecothia river at Yellow C.ieek weie blown down. It also un roofed sevtjral houses in Rockford . A thunderstorm prevailed here all this after noon, preventing the working of tbe telegraph wires ; we' theretore are unsble to ascertain fur ther particulars. The Hon. Edward Everett delivered an oration in New York! city on tue 4th, in which he conclusively showed tbe utter folly and absurdity of secession, and its ruinous consequences upon those who now glory in its shame. I It was brim full of patriotism and devotion tbthe U .ion, anji ot course, unpar- alclled in ts diction. IiAWi Of TUB mrTED tTATCa, BT A UT80RITT rUBUC ACTS OF" THE THI KTT-SIXTI1 CON GRESS OF THE UNITfcD STATES. Ptwrd at the Second Smln, which a ' began and beld at the Ctt of Washington, in the Uixtriot el 4 olumbia, on Monday, the 84 dav of December. lHtiO. and ended on Monday the 4th day ot March. 1S61. James Bcchaxav, President. Jouv C. BaxoKm niDOK. Vice President, and PreuUent of tbe hen ate. "William Pkswihotos, Speaker of tb House of Kepresentativea. Chap. LXXVII. Aq Act authorizing the Secretary of the Treaury to is-oe Iteiisterto the Schooner Perseverance, of Ogdensburgfo, State of 'ew l'nrk. Be it matl'd by th: Snal ami House of Kfprtftif tit of tit' Vnil'd Slates of America in Congrrss As semb eiJ, That the Secretary of the Treasary be, and he is bere'ijr authoriz-o"and directed to i-8ue a egi ter to tbe owner of the iScbooner Perevermnee, of 'ileu-burgh, in the State ot New Voile, tlieraid fclioouer or ves-el Imvinn been built in Caiiada: iid taiJ tcttooner or vessel shall htrealter be coufwit-red and iieeiue'1 to be a ehoone r or vessel of the Coiled Sta'es, and entitled to alt tbe right aid privileges accor.led by law to utiipd or ves-els built iu the Uni ted .States: Pmvi'tnl. The Secretary thill beatistied that the oner of eaid rcbooner is citizen ot tbe Cuited State. AI'Phoved, March 2, lVjl. Chap. LXX VIII An Act to provid lor the com pletion of the Military I'.ovia from Fort Cnion to Sauta I t, and lroiu Taos to Santa Ke, New Mex ico. fcc it innrfii by tut tnni' nnd Jou. itf Riprtttnt tinsot th: Citiiid Statts of Am'rirnin Ctinzr3$ ai3em bird. That the turn of thirty-live tbourand dul'ari be, and is hereby, apprnpriao d, out of any money in the Treasury not otherw ise at preprinted, for the completion of the military road Irom Kort I n on to auta Fe, New ilexieo. and for the completion of the military road from laosto Sauta Fe. in New ilexico, tilteen rkououud oollars. Appbovko, March 2. 161. Ch ap. LXXIX An Act donating to tbe 8tat ol Miunexuta an-1 Ore?ou certain Land reserved bv Couref lor th Territories of Minnetot and Oreiron for university purpoe Be it mvfd by tut fienat and Houie of R'pmenta tivet of Int I'ntted Slates of America in Cmrret$ at vmbltd, I Ut the laud reserved lor tlx uae of a university in the Territories of Minnesota and Ore gon under lection recotid of an act ot Cooeres parsed February nineteenth, one thousand eiyht hun dred and lifty-one, entitle ! A u act to authorize tbe Legislative A rub he of tbe Territoriei of Oregon and Minnesota to take charge ot tbe school lauds in raid Territories, and for other purpose. v be hereby donated to the States ot Minnesota and Oregon for tbe u-e ol said univen-itv. Approved, March 2, 1S61. C'bap. LXXX Ad Act to remove the C cited State Ar-enal from tbe Citv tf bairn Loi. and to pro vide tor the M.'e of tbe Lands on hith tbe Mine is located. Be it tiM'ttdby tUt Smile and lloutt of R'pretenta t rei of tie Vmwd Stain of Am'rira in Conrrn as sniM'J, That the Secretary ol War be. and be is hereby, authorized and required to prooeed at once to have tbe grounds now ud for the pnrpoe of id arena:. in the city of St. Louis. iad off is to -block, accord n? to th pre-ent p:n of that portion ot the city, and to have the tame subdivided into lo' of a converter t tit tor building porpo-ea. ai d utj-ct the wert'm unoccupied portion ol the fme to rale to the big'.e't bidder, at puMie veiidue. en mch terms as to him may seem mo-t advantageous. 6rt ffivjiig ny ua) rot ice by auvertisenient in at least three Lefpaper'1. puLli-hed iu the tiry cf Saint Loui-. of the time, plae. and terms of ale. wi'ha a cnption ot the property to te fold ; Ihe (ro-cetd-. ol such rale to be arp'id t" the erection at Jeteron Karracfcj. in the S'ate of M;S' nri. of suit able buildiiiitf 1 jr coiitaining a'l (lie tools. Imple-sient-. uiacbi' ery, krni-. kit ! - a--na: now at aid Mi'jt J.oaiii a;enal .vtc 2 Aiul 'j: it jurtm r eiux' ltd. That tbe Sec re taryofWar Le.aud beret-y i. authorised, a oon as the buildi'-g above provided lor shall be in read ii e lor thst purjoe. t" cau-e tbe buxfneri bereo tore carried on at '-i ( Suit.t Louis aretal to be fat'sferred to t Le mi'itary re-rvation rrwnatie JrSrrsou ltarrc. in ti e county of Saint Loui. aiid state of Mouri . atd ito to cause aJI the tool', i m pitmen'-, mac inery. artr.s ar.d material now at aio arsenal to be removed to said reservation. frKC. 3. Audit It further tnn'.lrd. J hat, 81 tOOq a pomble alter the re sn rival ot the arsenal from taut louts to Jefferson Barraeks, the Scretry ot H'ar shall w l. id the manner direeu-d in the Brat seetton ot this act. all the residue r f the yrounr's a'tacbed to the raid aiDl Louis arseua!. and tbe toildings thereupon. Tbe proceed ot such sale aba! 1 be paid into ttieCnfted Mate Treasury APPiwtVED, March 2. 11 Cbap. LXX-Vl An Act to amend the provisions of th- flft-ixth section of An Act to regular tbe collection ot Dutie on Import and Tonnage." appioved tbe second day of March, one thousand ta hundred and inety-n n Be it i mi ud by tn enat4 mud Home of ftrpretrnia tiren of C4 LmitiJ S:atr$ cf America l a Ceagrsu iv fmtied. That whenever any goods, mare, or mer chandise, shall be imported into any port of tbe Cuited iSutes from anv sorein port, iu any ship or vessel, at tbe expiration of eight working days, if the ship or vessel shall be less than three hundred ton burden, and wit bin twelve working days, if it be ol three hundrsd to a burden and less than eight hundred, and within lilteea da;, il it De of eight hundred tons burden and upwards, after tbetirre within which the report ot tbe master or person having charge er coinmsnd of any ship or veswel ia req-iired to be nit to the collert ir of the district, if there shall be found any goods, w re r mejeban dise. othe' than shall have been reported tor some other district, or some foreign port or pUce. the col lector shall take possession thereof; tot with the consent of tbe Owner or conignee of any goods, wares, or merchandise, or with the consent ol tbe owner or master of the vessel in which tbe same assy be imported, the said gond. ware, or merchandise may be taken possession of by the collector, atier one day notice to Ibe collector ol the district. approved, March 2, ISol. Chap. LXXXIl An Act legalizing certain Entries of Lands on j Leavenwoitb island, in tbe State of Mis-ouri. I Be it enacted (sy Is Senate and Huute of heprtttnta ticet of the I'mtid Stales of Anvnca in Congreu astern oted. I hat all Drt-eoiuLiflu entries beretolore made in good faith at the land office at Kickapoo, in tbe Delaware land district. Kansas Territory, of lands embraced within the island opposite Leavenworth f'ity. known as Leavenworth llDd. in the State of Missouri, be, and the sania are hereby, declared valid. In tbe same manner as if made in the proper land district 01 the State ot Missouri: Provided. Sch entries shall be lound by Ue Secretary ot tbe Interior, in alt other respects to be in accordance wi'h the preemption law. Approved, March 2. W Chap LX.XX1II An Art to organize the Terri tory of Nevada. Be it enacted iy the f-enale and House of Representa tives of the Vnittd States of Amend in Cor gress assem bled. I bat all that part of tbe territory of tbe Cui'ed Sta es, included within the following limits, to w.t; beginning at the point of inrerstction ot thefoity second degree of north latitude with the thirty ninth degree of longitude et from Washington; thence, running south on the line of said thirty ninth degree ol west longitude, until It iuterseets tbe northern bounlary lined the territory of New kisxico: thence due west to the dividing ridj(a sepa rating tbe waters of Carson Valley from thoe tha flow into the Pacific: tbtnee on raid dividing ridge nortbwardlv to the forty br-t decree of north lati tue,thece due norib to the scutliern boundary )i eof the State of Oregon; thence due east to tbe p'ace of beginning, te. an i the same iJiereby. errc ird inbi a temporary government bv the came of the Territory of Nevada: Protid-d. 1 hat to much of tbe territorv w ithin the pre-ei t limits ot the Mate of California shall not be ieclud" i withiu 'he Territory un il the State of Caiilornia -hall as-ent to the same by an act irrevocable without the conrent ol the C nitd Mate: Provided Jurtnir. 1 hat nothiueiu this aet coi taii.ed shall bee n-truei toimrair the rights of ir son or property now p rtaiutng to the Indians in said T. rritorv . so long as such rig hts shall remain unextinguished by treaty between the Cnitid Mares and such Indians, or to include any territory which, by treaty with anv Indian tribe, is not, without the consent of said tribe, to be included wit! in the terri torial limits or jurisdiction of any State or Territory ; but all surh territory sha'l be excepted out of the b.nndarie and constitute no part of tbe Territory of Nevada, until said tribe shall signify their assent to the President of the Cniud States to te included PBi:.2. And be Ufurtker enacted. Vbat the executive power and authority in and over said Territory of Nevada shall be vested in a governor, who shall bold bis office lor four tears, and until his successor shall be appointed and qualifi-d. nnle-s sooner removed by the President ot the United States. Tha go vera pr hall reside within said Territory, shall be coranau-mander-in-chief oi tbe militia thereof, shall perform tb- duties and receive tbe emoluments of superiu tendeot of Indian affair, and shall approve ail laas passed by tbe Legislative Assembly beiore they shall take effect ; be may grant paidoni lor offrncea against the laws ol said Ten itory, and reprieves tor oOVuces aaaiutathe las of tbe.Ctiited State uutil.tbe decision of the President Can b mtde knost n thereon ; be shall cemmis ion all odioer mho shall b appointed to ofhee order I be lav. s of said Territory, aud shall take care that the law be Isitbfully executed. MO. 8 Andbe itfierlket enacted, 1 hat there shall be a secretary ot said territory, bosbaJ reside tbereiu and bold I Is office for four year, unless sooner re moved by tbe Piesident o tbe Cuited States; be shall record aud preserve al the law and proceeding cf the Legislative Assembly hereinafter cuostitu'ed and all tbe act aad proce dings of the governor in bis executive departmeuf: tie sball transmit one copy ot tbe law and oneoopy of tbe executive pro ceedings, on or before the fcrstrtav of December, in each year, to the Pnsident of the Cmtsd fetates, and attbe same time two oopiesottke laws to the Hpsak er of M,e lioiiso of Keperen ati.es aud tbe Prrsi.eia ol the Sennit, lor tbe use ol Congre" ; and fa cap r f the death, removal, or resigna ion, or other necessa ry absenoe of the governor irora the Territory, ih" secretary shall bavs. and be l hereby authorized aud required, to execute and perform all tbe power and d-ities ot tbe governor during such vacancy or ie esssry absence, or antil another governor shall be duly appointed to fid such varaucy. BC I. And b tt further enacted. That the legisla tive power and authority of aaid Territory sha.ll be vested in the. governor and a legislative Asssembly. 1 be Legi-la ive Assembly shall consM ot a council and bouseof representative. Tbe council sball con sist of nine niftn tiers, artncli way be increao d to thirteen, baring the quiiilicatioiis ol voters as Lere fnatter pre!rifed. who-e tim cf service shall con tinue two year. The boue of reprewntaHves sbal! consixt ol t ririeea ui uibers, u luun ma. be i;,creassl to loenty six, pos-essmg the same u :iilica'iuii as pie.cni ed fur rnemters t.t the council, audvtbose j teiiiiol serticeshall continue one year. Auujpin.t- lueut shail he liiaue, n nearly so'ial as prxct-csh e. among th several counties or di-lricts lor tbe elec j t in of the council and house oi rcpre-entat jves, piviin to eaeb seciou f I he Territory repie-enta'iou inthera'lo oi' its pnpiiatiou (Iulian-sxcrptil as iieaily as may le; auu the inenibeis of tbe eoui cii j ninl ol lb- house ol rtpre-eniauves sio.li rts deiu, and he inbal i-tti ts of, the oisiiict iur which the I may be elected, respectively Previous to the lirat I election, the govrruur shall cause a censu orenu j uieratiou ol the inhabitants ot the several counties ! aud di-tricts ol the luritory to betaken; and the i lirst e'eeiiou siiall be beli at such time si.d ! aim oe c iinucieu in suen man I shall appo.nt null direct ; and li er. as i be govern or i- sha'l. at me saiue time, occlare tl:e t-uiuber ui coubc 1 a; d huu-e oi r pierti.t ol fiecoi'iities or disr:ct sha 1 he un-uibtn of tu tive to w hich tscli e eutitied uncer this .orize1 to tse eleced jie in each ot said the council shall be dulc lecvd tr, ihe ct I lie i.udv er o' p-rsm s aut having ti e l;l, In ct In uiber counti: di-lricts lor members oi declared by tne governor to 1. eouncil; Biol the person or pert n s autbori-d to be e!cte-i h;.viu lue grtbtert i.uol '. ouiM'til te, reeniiitiv-, , iji):I her ot vot ! lor 'be lo ihe bumper to a.l be ei titled, tiiail wi.ii.-ii eacii couuiy or oi'atrict s be r'eclureo by the grv.ruor tr e elected mnnlm ol the huu-e o' . preiei.Utl.rs : froerf. That tn ca-e ol 1. tie, between lto or u.ore ( 1 soil voted lor, the rvert.'.r -iiisil orrier a wit t. vacancy ln-ide by such tie. CtlOIl to SLOLiv tbe f. nil the irroiis tbu- elec e l to ttie I-)-lative As-i uch p.ar'e uioi ou such day as I lubly shall meet at he governor shall i.p point ; but iberealter. the time, h; ace, and manner of liOid iig an! Co. JuCtilii all tKfc:ioi.s L ti e otoo e aud the 1 1 por'souing the repreieuta!:si s, in tbe cveral counties or districts to t'ie cout ell and bou-e ot repie-eotatives, aceoruiug trj the population, shall be piescnbed b) li,w med aaj the uy of tr e coro-m-i.Cenienr of tbe tegular sessions of the Legislative A-semt 1, : Pror-idd. J hat to oi session aba 1 exceed the term ot forty days, except I tbe flrat. which may beete."rled to sixty oa. but bo longer. Stc. 6. Andbe it furiivr enited. i hat every fr-e hue male inhabitant ot the Ciiited MtH above tbe ae ol twentv-oiie )cmrs, wbosiaJl have been a resi uent ol ssiu Territory at the tipie of Ibe passage of this act, sbill le entitled tovctjeattbe lir-t election, and sl.a.i be eligible to any oifaoe within toe said 1 eri itory : but th- uualitiiatio :,s cf voter and of boldiLg ullce at all eubocquejit flections .hid be such assban be nre-cnbel by Ibe legislative As-eiully: P ovid-d. I btt tbe right ot eull-sge and of holding otf ce shad be exercised only l enit ns of the t ni od Mates and those who shall Li ve declared ou oath their ii.tmticn to become such aud shall have tae-u it toll to rupt-rt the Cons rulu n of the Cuited Mates. f fcXC And heit further enacted. That the legis'a tike 0er 0! tb I rrritory -b4;l exteuu to all rs,bt tul subject ot lei-Ja-iou con lstsnt with tbe Lou s i u'lou ol the L'l.i'.ed states i i d tne provisiuLS ol tb s ; but 110 law sbali be j ad inttrtr ir r itli tbe primary oispoaal l ;be o ; no tax sball be iji-pos-d npou tue iceitv ( t' : Ci.nd Mte; nor sna.i tur uiiUt or oiiier jiroi tt of Lou-resiuei.t le taxed higher thaii the !td 1 r other properly of ie-ii:rnis. uorsllail an law b piswd iut inug the rights i,l pn at property : ut, riul. any ab-criuiina-tiou l-e mane in t xing ciff,r t iiul f proirf-rry. but aii piopeity suLj ct io ts4tiou sball K iu pro portiou 10 the 1 a ue 01 I'.e pr.u--it. tsxid. Stt. T. And tt fiirtf ena' .d, 1 hat all foam-hip. dis:nct. aid coutty otter i.ot herein otberi-e provi'leO lor. si.a i be aptoint.d rr iected. a tbe cs- may b-. iu su'-tj iiin.i.er a sbai. Le roiiJed by the goi-ri or ii U.'i.ii'us -en Lly ol the Terri tuy. Ibe governor soa.lboa: nate and, by and with the advice ino 1 c.i,.t-Ltci rbe iioiuTt cou ui.1 , ap point a il theers not bei eiu ot liera i-e prcvioed lot; and, n Ibe hrt ta-tatice, tbe governor aloue may appoint .l aid t tbcer, w bo lUail Lold tbrir albces uutd it's ei.4 of ISt-nr-t ss-io-.i ot the Legislative Ac seuiblv . ai d sbail lay off tbe t;eoe-ary distrlts lor mem! er ot the council aud bo e ol repreeiilatite. iiiii all other oSieer. SXC". And be It further enar 'd. Tfat AO Hitmbs-r ol tbe Lei-iauve A euib.'v s:. ill bold or be appoint ed to auy o!bce whs-h shall bai e been e eated. or the salary orenoluments of whio i sna i bate leeniu created w h:.e be sas a mDibti . Ourmg the term tur whir tilieso eii cie'l, aud fur i ne ear alter the ex-piiati-jD ol such t-rn : ana do ron holding a cons ul ism ou or appointment until r the Cn;ted r-tates. ext ep: po-lUix,tcrs. sbail be a uember ol tbe Ijtfii lative Aa-euibl) , or sbsl: bold any office under the gov en turn t of' said lerrltory. Sec 5. And be tt. furmer hwi d. Thai tbe judicial power cf sail lerritory shah U vested ia a aupreaae court, aistrict court, probate ourf. aud in justio 0ftheeace. The supreme co irt shall consist of a cb ei justice and two a-vociatc justices, anv two ot wboru nav coi strute a (juorut i. and whosbail bold ateiuiattbe seat of soverno. nt ot aaid lerritory anuuali) , aud they sbail bold t ieir offices daring tie period ot lour ye ir. Ibesaiu T nrory si all be di-viae-i into three ja Jicial a i-trie . and a ditncl court sba l be be d iu each of said di tricts by one ot the jastice ot tbe supreme court, a such time aud place a may be iirecribe by law; and the aaid judges sball. al'er ttir appoiutmentk, respectively, ieKie tn tbe district w hich shall be assigned them. Tt-e ju risdiction ot tbe several courts herein provided lor both aopeliate and original, ai d that ol tbe probate coart-aud ol the justices ol the peace, shall be as limited bv law: ProrrtUd, That justices ot the peace snail not nave jurasaictiou oi auy mar er la coutro- verst v Lent ha tiueei Douud ries ot land mar be in dispute, or where the debt or .m claimed shall ex- ceetl one hundred aollar: an Ihe ssid supreme and aiaUKtcouits, res-pectivel tail pxaeae chancery as w eii as common law jar: lictiou.aud an'bority lor rdress ot a. I w ronr comiamed rgaiust the Con stituiK.a or lawaot ihe Caitrd States, or ol tbe ler- ritory', a ffVetiug person or property, i ach distrsct court, or the juHge thereof, sballsppoint it clerk, who shall also be the register ju chancery, and shall keep bis oflb-e at tbe place where the court may be beld. Writs ol error, bill ofjxoeptiou,and appeals, hall be allowed ia all case frfm the final decisions ol sau district courts to the atipn-iae court, under sucn regulations as may oe prescribed Ly law; but ia no ca-e removed to the supreme court, sball trial -jury be allowed iti said court. I Tbe suoteme court. 1 tbe jut ice. thereof, 'ball appoint iu wwucleik. and every cleik shall hold bis ciiir at tbe pleasure of tbe C rurt lor w hich he sball have been a; pointed. Writs of error and appeals trom the tual derision of said supeme court, sha I be allowed, and may betaken to the supreme Court of ibe Cmted Males, in tbe same manner aud under tbe same riegulauem as from Ibe circuit courts ol tue L-nted Mates, where tbe value o' the property, or the amount! ia controversy, to be ascertained by the oath or kthHuatioa of either nan v or other competent witnesses, shall exceed one thou sand collars; ami each ot the said district court sbail have and exercise tbe same jurisd'etion in all caees arnsing under IheCons'lusuoo and law of the Cnited Mates is vested iu the circuit and district couits of th- Cnne i Sutes; abd the said supreme aud district courts oi the -aid rert-itory, aud tbe respect tive jmlt es t. ereot. sball aud may grant writs ol ba beascorpu- in all case in which the Sams are rrsuia b e by ihe judges ol the Cuited Males ia the Llistr.rt ot Col ii Lis; and the tirt six days of every term of s iu rouio. orso a ocn ihereot a? shall be cecessiiry. shiib lei;; pro.nte.i to the tnal of cause arising under the said Constitution ai d laws; and writs ot eiroreudappea.s ia ail such cses shall be uiaoeto tbesi preine court cf bant Territory the same as iu ether csss.. "1 he s,id c.erk shall receive, in all ia es, the same .ee bkrh the clerks ot the district Court ol l ull leiri'ory nowreteive lor simihr services SEC 10 And oe it further enacted, i i at there shati be ppoinled an attorney lor said 1 erriiorv.w bo shall continue id othce tor lour vcar. unless 'sooner re move! by the President, and who shall recieve the same tes and salary as the attornev ol tbe Cuited Males lor ti e pierent Territorv oi L" tab. There shall also I e a marsnil lor the Territory sppciuted, w l a hall hold bis oiiice tor lour jears, un.rw sooner re moved by the Pie-iueut. and who sbail execute all picce-ses i so.ug from the said courts wueu exer-el-ng the r jiri-diction as ci-cuitand dis'rict courts of the Coiled Mates; be shall perform the duties, t-e subject to the same emulations and penalties, and be rnultslto the same leva as the maisbai ollhe uistiict court of the Cnitsd Mates for the present lerritory ot C tah, aud shall, in addition, be paid two hua drod doilara annually as a Compensation for extra ei vices. Sac. 11 And m it further enacted. That tbe govern or, sec eiary, chiel justice aud aasociale jus' tees, at torney, and marshal, shall be nc miualed and. b and wi b the advice and connect of tue senate, appoint ed by tbe President ol tbe Cnited States. 1 he gov ernor and secretary to be appointed as aforesaid hall, beiare they act as sucn, respectively t au oath or aOLrmaiiou before tb district judge, or sou justice ot tlx peace in the limits of aaid Terri tory duly aathoiized to administer oath and dirus aiious by the lass now in lose therein, or brf-sre tbe Chief Justice or some associate jusi'ce ol the Supreme Court of the Cnited Mates, to support tbe vuuniiuiius vi iae vj neu oiaies ana laltbtully to ui-chxrge be duties ot their respective oflioes; which aaid oaths, when so taken, shall be certihed by the person by whom tbe at me shall base beea taken; and sucu certiticates shall b rrceived aad recorded by the secretary among tbe jtxecutive proceedings; and ibe ibiel jus ice and Jas-ocia o jusiioes, and all other oivil otlics-m iB lisaid lerritory, before tbey act as Such, shall take i like oath, or athrma tiou U fore tbe said governof or secret rr. or some judge or justice of tbe peace, of tbe lerritory, who my t du y coramisstoued abd qualihed, wbici said oath or athisaatiun aball be cerbh1 and transmitted bv b person taking tbe same to tbe secretary, to be by hiut lecordeA as atortsi.ll. ard afterwards the lise t aih or aciiruatiou shall be taken, certified, aiol nsoroed lu such manner at may be prescribed b law Tb4-,uvstr-e shaii -t -i 'sn snuua! tm-rv ct fineen bnndred dollar a govern r. and one tboa ! dollar a superintendent of Indian affairs; the j vniri j"ir auu s-i-imo justice anaii each receive j aa anbual salary of eigbieea hundred dollars- the I secretarv sball receive as annual salary ot eigLteea I hundred dollar.. 1 be aaid ilarirs skall be paid ouar i ter-j early att Treasury . f -he Coiled btates. I be member of tbe Legislative As mblv shall beeoU i Sled to receive tbiee dollars each l-ernav during tbrrr iattei dsncest tl.eMs.ioi: thereof slo tb rte dollars for every ttseoty tal es' travel in golag to sno returning from the said sessiohs. estimated .c.tiinr to the I eaiert usually traieiied route. Ibere shall te p I firnpiiated anuualiy the sum ofoie thiu-snd doi ' lai. lo be expended by tbe governor to detray the contingent expenses of tbe lerritrr. 1 ti-n shall j alo be af r ropriate 1 annually a sullicj-ut sum. to be : Li-ei ded by tlie secretary of I lie Territory, and upon an t ina't ti he niadeb-' theeCTtar', ol Ibe treas ; nry ol tbe Cuiied ; tale-, todelray Ihe expei . of I the LegirUtite As'iub!y, Ihe printing Ol the laws, j and other ii c.di ntaj expeusc: and lbs secretary ol the 1 srri ory sball am n lv account to the teretary ol the Treasury ollhe Crite.l H'elea lor tbe manner I iu w inch ti e tb.rei ad sum sha'i have b-ea eariended. , Sli'. 1 .. Anil be it jyrtn.r rnneird. 1 hat liip iye-m ia- tive Asrembiy ot ti e Terruoiy 1 1 Neta'i? ,haii bold it- tir.-t s-'i-sion at such time and place in nid Terri- lor astf e governor thereof shall ap( 0!ht nd d-rect. j aud at said Hist region, o' as sooti thereat ter asthey shall deui ep.dieut.ii.e governor aril Lfcgi-lalive j n-tmbl rhao prcKtd to joca'e nu tr:abiis!i tbe ; i-it 01 giivcii.iuent lor said ierri-ory ai sncn place 'as they m? oeem eligible: hch pisce. iioaever. I rha.l ther- titer be enbj-ct lu be chanted by the said ! jiCvuncr and I-i lalur- Ar-tiubi frkt' Li Anil br tt fyrlker enartrd '. I bat a celt-gale" j to tbe House ui fleprei-entauve of ht Cnit d ti.Tes. to rtr e unrmg i -acu C'hgra ot fie I titled .-:n; , may 1 e ei.ted by the oter-c)usl;ti-i to ict rcem i Lets ol the biii- sme AimidI )) . bo shall te ecti i tied to the same tight aid j m t g 5 a are t xerc;e j uy a- utirhn - iniii H-vrrni tnr i err:torie oi tue i i-reu piates To the -a l l u-e ci I..pr- setta tiies. I he br-t taction t htii be l.eid at euth time and p.svre, snd lie ti,i,i till in etth iosi.m r a tbe gov ernor shall spcint and c.rt; ai d at all -ub-ej!j-nt elections, the nrres. iece-. and inant erot holding elections sball be pre-enbed L lis. l"he person having tlie greiU-sl number o' mtt-s shs-1 U os!ir. I e.i o ine governor to beujl. ei.-seu, ai.i a cenh ! rate t. er-oi -ha. I be giv-eu accoroingly Ml'. 1. An.1 t,, tt furlnrr tmnrud . that when "he I lauu in said lernt-ry shall be surveied. under the , Direction ol the ijovernu-tnt ol the Cnited btates, j pre aratory to brinsing the same Into market, sec iioiis i.uuiLM-fru sixieeu ai-u tumy-six in aeh town sbipiu iu said Teiritory shall sed -be saaie it hereby, reserved tor tue purpo-e oi being sjpiied to scboo s iu the Matts brre.l er to be ervcted out of the some. M.C. 15. And ie it furtur enoited. That temporarily . auu until otherwise pronued bv lav, tbe goveraer ol said lerritory my define tbe judicial dittricts of said ierntoiy and as-igu thejeugts who may be ap pointed lor ssid Territory to the several district, aud also appoint the times and p sees tor holding courts iu theieveral counties r sui divi-ious ia acu of said judicial di-tricts. by pro laiuntion to be issued by him : tut tbe I egi ause Assec bl . at their tirst or any lub-eupnt sv-.ion. may organise alter, or nod.ly such judicial districts, and -ign the judges, and aittr the limes and pinces ot honin g tbe courts, as to tbera sla.! seem proper and coi venn-nt. MiC. lu. And be tt Jurtnrr enartfd, 1 Lat tbe Consti tution ai d all laws ot thel m'ed Ma'e- w hich ar not loeady uspplicab t shsu have te same fo'ee and effect wubiu t i-e said territory of Nevada a else w here w itbm the Cnittd btates. ."EC IT. And i" t ;r r t mawd. 1 bat the President ol the Lnite'j fciaes.bv atd wi-h the advice and coc sent of the Senate, sbaii be. and he is btrei y. au tboiit-a to appoint a surveyor geLerai lor Nevad,wbo sba l locate bis ettce at sucu piaceas the ftstretsry ot toe Jrteriir sLa ,1 trotn time to time Uirtct. aLd a hose daie. powers ob(iatiou. reycn-siboitw-', coBipn.saiiou and anowatte lor e'erk hire. t,tt te rent, lurl. nd u.cKlentai expenses, sha..' l tbe same ae tboe ol tbe survevor teneral of New Mexico, ntcier the direction cl the brcnHary ol tbe Interior anasucb itvlrucion as be mty lrom titus to i n,e or in it aovirsbte to give bim At-i-ttov kLi. Ma.ch Z, l i THE CALL Foil THE COUNTY CON VENTION. l.diluT o f die; Jl-rald ; I (ibsrtve in jour t aper a call tor tlisj Re publican of Rutland Count v to tcs-t bv del fiatfi in convention, on tbn" ICth of Julr. It f-etm to us that tbis call i not at all uited to tbe exijrsricy of the t'tnf. nor et all in av? cordatKre with tbe policy marked cut by the Re-publican parly ia tbe convention Lol If a at Montpsdier. Vljn the State Republican Convention called tb Convention at Moutpelier, tbey OfeneMj tbsi doors to all wbo are iu favor of ufjeortiri tie Cons'itution and tbe Union, and of sustaining tbe Fede-ril Government in its efforts to roppres rebellion, and pat down treain. Ju accordance with tai call, many wbo Lave biiherto acted with tie Democratic party, were present at the Con vention. Tbe policy and right of tbe Repub lican State Committee to issue euch a call, was thoroughly ciiacuM! at the opening of the Convention. The attendance was un usually large from all parts of the State. True and earnest hearted Republicans form ed an overwhelming majority in the Con vention, and they all. almost to a man. sus tained the call, and the resolutions adopted : and their enthusiastic reception by the Con vention, showed it to be the universal senti ment, not only of the Republican party, but of all pood loyal citizens, that there bhoald be a union of beam and hands, until thi cursed rebellion is crushed. The call for the County Convention shuts out all who have not hitherto acted vrith the Republican party. It shuts the door, as ir were, in the face of all true and loyal men. such as Hon. Paul Dillingham, orCharles Linsley, Eq., who were esteemed and hon ored members at the Montpelier Convention, who heartily endorsed tbe resolutions and the nominations, and who unite with us. Iimrl anil ast,t 1m . 1 -I . 1 - v - -- wAi, in Dup'jni uiijr ine vuminis tranon in its efforts to put down treason. This call then, as it seems to u, not only ig nores, but actually puts at drfimre the a tion of the State Convention, and what wi there expressly declared to be the gentimtnt and the true fiolioy of the Republican parry. U'e trust that tbe call was not made in the fpirit of defiance, but rather through inad vertence. But whatever may be the reasxic for the issuing of f-o exclusive a call. -ter tbe action of the Stsjte Conveution. ws a.-k the Committee, and as a Republican, we might row demand of them a call mor ic consonance with the expresslv declare- views of that party who? ag-nts they are. But should a Convention meet, atidi.tir the exclusive fpirit of that cvl. its action will be very like! to t-a appealexl from. ar. oiher Convention held which shall more trui. repretient and carry out the views ol tic Republican of the county a Conven ion not controlled by wire-pullers, or otSce seekers, whether of Republican or Detno ra' ie stripe but a Cou vent ion which shall reje resect and Tarry out the sentiments of th freemen ol the county. Ordinarily, a fe acting ia concert can contrcl a political con vention, but in the critical and stirring timer upon which we have fallen, the people tiienv selves are awake, and no convention no matter how called t an succeed that does not carry out in a clear and oneiuivoca! manner, the sentiments by which the peoplf are inspired. RtPCB&CAX. Later fbom Europe. The Great Eao ern arrived at Farther Puint on Saturday, with foreign dates to the 27th of Jan. She briugg news ol the death of Lord Chan cellor Campbell of England, auddcnlr, by rupture of a t bod vessel, and ollhe Sultan of Turkey, who died on the 25th of Jane, and u succeeded by his brother, Abdul Ais Khan. All was quiet at Constiiiuople- The loss by the conflagration in London was over 2.0o0.000 ; some estimate are a hiah as 3,000,000 or 4.0o0.0Of. Near! all was insured. Thvs recognition of the kingdom ol by Kr.'ii. o i fomsllv ann-.ari el.