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THE TJttXSCRIPT. Frlilrtt', FHrtmry lo, 1S0T. Another Munificent Donation. 'flic wealthy London Banker, Goo. Penbody, 1ms written n lotlcr to lion. H. C. Witnhrop, nud othor prominent men, announcing n doimtion to thnm and their successors, of ono mi lion ! dollars, in trust, tho ineomo to bo used and applied for the promotion j and oncourauoinent of intellectual and ; lntiustrinl ctlncntton amoug tlio vonng I of tho moio distant portions of theltestin their own n i.v, undertook to Soutli-Woatcrn States, tho benefits to I bo distributed among the entire pop-j ulation without other distinction than need, opportunity and usefulness. j Beside this, he gives bonds of Missis-! fcippi, issued to (ho Planter's Bank, amounting to $1,100,000, tho amount realized on them to be addod to, nnd used for thoir trust. A mooting of tho , trustees of tho fund was hold in Wash-' ington on Friday, und this munifi- j cent gift formally accepted. Sir. Pea-' I ody's entire donations amount to 1 fiod, and hac accomplished what they over fivo millions of dollars, as fo!-' designed at the outsi t. Mr. 1 it r lows: Tho poor of London, $'2.'2.'iO,- was nut n el- et) d, Imt tiny h ive : 000; Town of Danvois, $00,000; Cu in- cured the election of the wry man noil Arctic expedition, $10,000; City they m inted, and whom they li-id se of Baltimore, $1000,000; Phillips Iced d for his sucee-.,or. Tho mock Academy, $25,000; Massachusetts grief of the chief manageis, over the Historical Socioty, $20,000; Harvard withdrawal of their old chief, was College, $150,000; Yale College, $150,- hoar: -rending. The new "King" 000; to tho South, $1,500,000; total, , was completely taken in, swallowed $5,105,000. up, and will disappear forever. Mr. Penbody is most certainly set- j it i- .1.. .Jr. ... 1 u , . aires of is and nl inr tmHniic. Un , - j 01 neaiiu. eniieineii weie unaiiiinousiy ciccieu has ncqnired an immense sum of veiy well that I deploro the subset- Tlie many friends of S. J. Sowles 1 ''.v acclamation as councilloi s: Tlioni monoy, and ho proposes to do good viency of tho people, and their uu- and Joseph S Weeks of Kt. Albans !ls OIH dw.inl Finley, J. N. Ga- with it while ho lives; and the lnonu- monis wuicn no is erecting lor mm- solf wiil onduro long after ho sleeps tho sleep that knows no waking. We know not how much Sir. Pc.ibody is worth, but (hero must bo men in our groat metropolis who arc at least his equals in wealth. What have they done in the way of donations, com- parcel wiui moso 01 mv. roauocry c 1 i 1 j 1 T t t Sir. Stewart, who is reported to be worth anywhere from $00,000,000, to $100,000,000, has, it is true, recently ! given to tho city of Now York, on i certain conditions, n considerable sum ' for tho purpose of building tenement-j bniiROH bnf if. in bis firnt flinmyli vr , s ..0 ..w.j.w ... , , ... hope not llio last,) gift of nny lmpor- tnnco, wo believe, that ho has ever made. But what shall bo said for ! mon they havo selected fo- our mf- ofdollaisiu 1H(J(5. Tne Tun" says Astor, Ynndcrbilt, and scores of oth- frago. They might, with eqn d facility, that Itiissell C. Iiish, formetlv with ors, that might bo named? Tho ' have imposed either fools or ras- Mori, lio Nov e, of Burlington, is one wealthy mon of our groat oi ios havoj cals upon us, and we should have tak-; 0f the the head clerks of the Iirm. it in their power to do immenso good, j on thorn without even a " wry-face." i pev. Slosen SlcClellnu Colburn, a and it is thoir duty so to do. By pro-, All honor, then, and gratitude to the i native of this state, now le.ndin" in viding for tho poor, building churches, j old " King " for discharging so ac- Illinois, has been chosen Superintend 6chool houses and colleges, by ostab-1 coptubiy the duties of their lesponsi- cut of shoots in Newport, K 1., with lishing public libraries, tiioy can do a : bio position. To be a Governor, Sen-1 sl salary of $l,otJ0. great work in aiding in enlightening ator, or Kopresentative, is a small, A congressional party, consisting of and bettering tho condition of tho i matter, and implies but little power Senators Wade, Patterson, of New people. Commendable, indeed, are 1 or inlluence, but to bo a member of Unmpshiie, Chandler, Howard, Yites, tho bequests for objects of public 'the "King" is to wield the povvors of Morrill, of Maine, ivd Poland, K. .pre good that nro sometimes made; but if tho commonwealth, nnd dispose of the sent-ilives Williams. Covode and tho amounts thus given away were du-' votes of thirty thousand freemen. Bingham, Hon. SlePher-ou md Clm f l'illf tho life-timo of tbi ilimnrn it ' Oiinnniriiiiillv nn ii,,li',..ii.l...O t i nr , 0 would bo better. Then they could see their plans fully carried out, and go down to thoir graves with the pleasant satisfaction of knowing that ! tho good they would accomplish j has been accomplished. Such, it! would seem, is Mr. Georgo Poabody's i idea. Henco ho gives away during his lifetime; and many yours may ho I live to Bee tho harvest gatheied in j irom tuo seed lie has so liberally sown 1 Dkatii of Hoiuce L. Nichols, Tho Burlington papers announco tho mid den death of Deacon Horace E. Nich ols of that city, which sad event occur red in tho photographic gallery of W. H. Emory nt about 12 o'clock on Mon day, whithor ho had gone to inquiro ab&ut somo photographs. Mr. Nichols was a native of Williston. Ho com menced businoss as tlie junior mem ber of tho (inn of Bradlcv fc Nichols. Some timo oftor bo formed a partner-1 ml It It U'itll VM S)iillnii.lni. ii. 1,.,. r xi.-..,., i .:.. , . I ...... iiimivj ui J1H.HUII, mm v.iiiiioiluoii: I ho then entered tho forwarding trade ! at St. Albans Bav with Oscar A. Bur -! ton and Eli Chittenden nnder the! nnmn n.wi i!..n ,.f v;.,i,.,,.. i ' uamo and Iirm of Nichols, Burton nnd Chittenden. In 18G0 Mr. N. left St. Albans nnd removed to Burlington. nnd was in business tbero for somo timo with Socrail ils Beach In 186 1 he I West, residing in Win-1 d.St.Pal. Abn, ,. i removed to tho .nnn nshknsli niwl.sl Pnul it.,, ago ho returned to Burlington. Mr. Nichols loaves two sons, Charles Nich ols, ofSt. Paul, Minn,, and Sayles ' Nioho.tr. of Burlington. HU funeral took nlhftnnn VH,mco,. t. - &r A telegram says that fifteen sots of Edward Harris's woolen maohinory X'.. t T 1 . . nt Woousookot, It. I., havo boon stop - pod, and will remain so until a revival uf biuhiqss, 1 L&f Wm. B. Aslor. of New York. lint? .Ai.ii.lltt nlufi., tefl (tn i . il i ntu .i-wumij jiiuii uv,uuij lo 1110 Ab T!l ,. , , , ,. , .... ,uti), 4um,ucii uy uis laumruor. I desist It is of joun jacou Abtor. the Trnnrct . Rings. During tlio Inst politicnl campaign, wo hoard n great deal, and road n nrout donl nbout tlio " Rintr." Thoro wns-snid to bo in oxisfenco it little squad of men who sought to rontrol, and indeed had controlled elections for mnuy years. They wore supposed i to bo thu special ftionds of Mr. Bnx-1 ter, and were charged with tho inten- tion of keepii)-' him in Congress the p. .p , dosued d or not' ."U'uot willing to al- icople to e.r. yon the con- 1...... i whether the Another low mo peopii' to cunvon tlie con- manage the rffnir. The result proved , that the pe ie ha 1 moio confidence in the old "11 ng.'- th in in the in ic one, and although Mr. Baxter li iall left the field, from which he was mor- ally certain to come out triumphant, and although the now "Ring" has boasted much of its victory, it is amusing to obsei e with what coolness tho members of the old " King " con- - template the finale of the conflict.-- j The tiutb is they arc pi'ifectly satis- Thev wore no match for the 1 -.M , xusu .JUi. i,.v,. i-r.n,l niv f,.rn.r n-HM..o questioning submission to paity lead- eis, nut l icel deposed to five even ' the deil his due." Tl. il old " Ibng " is eomp .-ed of so of the ni )-.! sa- .,-ic ous, untiling, and eneigelie mei. that cm r dabbled with polities-- Thos who would get the bettd- of them mu-i "g"tup i iytirli m ( wirimnj," if iudei d it is safe to take tlie slua tcstmuss. llicy deserve great .1 1 .. in. i credit for tho respect they h ive shown for the moral sentiments of the people of Vermont. They have chosen to be employed, ns a general thing, by very good men. They have taken the money, or its equivalent, of very 10- cinipt'ilitri mnii In ivwt.- r.niirni.1 ii iiiu in their behalf. 1 Until; wo owe them our lasting gratitude for the verv good ... l,v...v,v,.,v ........... his impotent wrath, is disposed to k-vi; but it only starts a Biriilo on the sharp faco of tho C. O. S. Do what yon will, say what you will, thoro is no such thing as successfull resisting the "King." If it over fails, wo may bo sure that somo now "King" has started into existence, or tho old ono has been caught napping, or has " tarried too long ni their wine." The role they practise is not very dif- ticult, but it requires shrowdnoss, en ergy, and a willingness to "spond and bo spoilt." To theso old follows, poli tics nro " victuals, drink and lodg ing." Paid or unpaid, they delight in success. I imagine thoso mon gath ered around tho Bar of tho Welden House at St. Albans, or tho American at Burlington, winking and drinking over tho nowspapor suggestions as to who shull bo Gov. Dillingham's suc cessor. Nothing can bo moro laugh ablo to thorn. 77icy, Juiow who is to bo our nost Governor, and who is to bo Lioutonaut Governor. Thoy will not ho awake ono minuto over that .. T. . .... , , I1"0, 11 ,S aU hx0l If tbo nom- I,m l0M Wft? to be lT 10 BOmo 0,10 , n ? mom!a!tt' ""i Fortius Baxter would bo tho man. As it is, probably ho will havo to wait a b , . , bo pei nut ed to woar gubornatonal lmw- ""'w Stewart would make j " ftPTiUl U" . T1 e0. tlon 1 cn tllink f. s that ho is alto- jf or too big a nmn for Governor, It does not require much of a man to bo Governor of our little State in a ! i6,0 PfnB' ,Siowlni'S 1,lnco is ttt I "bUiuglOD, Wlioro 0 COallf llO us noblo service, if ho would. I do not know how ho stands with the " King." His future dopouds altogether upon that. If ho can, in oomo way. slip in- 1 side of that mogic circle, ho is safe I fear, however, that thoro is not uoiiKh crcml in him to got there. Wh. n I commoncwl tliis article 1 designed to allude to other eminent uiimtii lh.it havo been mentioned in Lounucuuil Willi me OU1CO OI uovtr .....s.. i : . ....it. ,1 n k . no use. ua tho matter -where it bulonga, to tin: ' King." I met, n wry inMi gent nian, tlio other day, who gave tno find ovidenco of inmnily. Ho express ed a confident expectation that tlio ptople wore going to take theso things into then-own hands. Poor nian, it is melancholy thing to contetnplato s"ch n promising intellect on tho very '"Wi of hopoloss insanity I hat a wreck ! Tho people taking their Ihonghte away from thoir wool, hut-1 ter and cheep, to assume the iesp,.n- Mb.h.y of choosing .heir own eandi- for olll ! W.y-W th,y? The " K.ng " will attend to it, eha.g-, in.r flip lw inili. liolliiii.y M...i,. ,.,.! t"e i"K "i nneim io it, enaig-. ig 'lie people uolhing for their Her-' tieos. Why should we troutde our nodda s w Inn the history of the past asstues us that good and wine men will be selected for us. It rWs some thing to attend conventions. Wo shall mind our businoss, and tho "Ping" will manago our political af fairs. ! Yountr men, do von aspire to vain I nld empty honors? Fail not to so-1 cure the We are glad to learn that our friend Siiin, editor of the Bellows Falls Turn -, is reeovei mg from his recent severe illnesH. He sivs in his last is sue that be expects to resume his ! oiiginal sowreignty" next (this) week. Col. Wm. Anstine, the muntering and disbursing officer of this State I aurinc tho war is now at Femandina I1""'"? U10 ?rt',1S nU nt 1 VmU(inm' i rjornia, ami lie is in an ntirm state ,f i in. who are spending the winter m inths m J iel;-(Mi ill( hear that they Florida, will be t;lad to ire niui-li improw.il in health, tho climate of that region norec.ng u:th them admirably. B W. Hight, Esq , late of 13urling Ion, !ns associated hiln-.elf with Win A Myn.-ter, and inleied up ! tin practice of law at Council Biull's, Iown The liim mime is Mvnster & Hiht "Ul- li If.iliinoin for ii.iQ M.fnn i ' i'" " years clerk for Edward Lyman of Burlington, has accepted a position in! the wholesale house of C. E. Kin- & . Co., of Boston. The sales of H. B. Clallin & Co., of New York City, of which tin,, E. W. ln.w i urn jy, 01 which iirm xi. . Paneroft, of Bellows Falls, is a mem- her amounted to sewntv-tuo mi'lion-, 0 Hhnce v arier, soon it ave .isuin ; n on a tup to D ikotub und. r the ! .1,1, r- ship of Dr. Burleigh, delegite from that territory. They are to hive a military oscort, nnd will about throo months. tic gone Tl .. 1 1.1 1 1 llUMKllHIN UCIUS. Ping," and yon nro " ,7 , ftiwr)k Personal. . r - --f5irro Kov. W. II. Douii, for tho past year 1 V!11 l""''l'blot for distribution at tho connected with tho Baptist church in 1 1 '" MMiHition bo full of gross or L , , , ' , , ' 101S t!'at it is understood ho has been Newport, has closed his labors, and : invited to reshm. removed to Kussoll, Mass. Tho llinti, Ulrown out 1)y jIossrH. Fifty persons havo joined tho First Banks and Raymond, that tho Presi Congregatiounl Church in Burlington, dont is weak in tho knees, and is ready during tho past your, twenty-two by for compromise, havo some foundation, letter 13 u,lt'S0(1 tlmt l)oth lmvo recuntly , , n talked upon reconstruction with the Kev.llr. Boardman, of Lynnfiold, j President, but tho Democrats say that Masa., has beon called to the Cougre-1 ho lakes delight, in deceiving tho Ko gational church in Poultney, to sup-1 publicano. They think ho is insincoro ply the place of tho Into pastor, Kev. ' w,th BU,,!8 "nd llll.vm.md. John G. Hall. 'I'ho Executive Jlausion, in Wasb- Ke, J. H. Woodward, of Irasburgh, has beon donated l(ii) fiO; Kov. James P. Stono, of Derby, $130 00; and B. Cox, of Morriatown, $100 00. Tho Senior class in Andovor Theo logical Seminary, with tv single oxcop tion, havo all boon licensed to preach. A. Jl. Butler, A. M., of Essex, for morly Principal of tho Franklin Aon- demy, nas leconiiy received tno np pointmont of a Professorship in the New Hampton Thooloirioal and Liter - I 0 Ttl U e i"UmX- U !1)0n his duties nt tho commence - meut of the Spring term. uvr O.x- M uitb Kiveii. Tho honvy rain storm of Saturday night occasioned n disastrous freshet on White Kivor in tho villago of Wost Hartford. Wo loarn that tho bridgo which crossos tho rivor was swept awny together with Beverul dwolling houses. Col. Pingree, who was in the hotel, gotting alarmed at tho situati m, tbu water pouting in tho lower story w'b considerable olunie, in attempt- 1U; 111 company with Miss Williumson, a daughter of the landlord, to got to a place ofnafeU, fell into the torrent. Williamson was struck by u piece ' 'l t' causing Col. Piugiee to drop her, and was drowned. The Col. sue - I ceded after much effort in reaching ih v lutui New IMiblicatloiiS. "Tho Now England Farmer" for February, lntR an esc lU-nt table of " "om n o rrcswont, inclosing Mo- conlonln. Tho form of tho Journal:1''0'" ov u H ns ; , , 1 presented, ordered to bo printed and ir very convenient and it n well called i rofpn.C(1 , ,0 i?(,rt.ign Committee. tho "cheapest and bust agricultural Mr. Poland introduced a bill fixing Journal in tho counttv." Tho terms tho salaries of Judges of the Supremo nro as follows: One tear, in advance, I -onrts iu tho Territories at $2500, J-om $1 r)' Si,,8' copies, 1G cents;' - f"ntlily ami Weekly .Now Lmg.una ; Farmer, to one ndd:cs, invariably in '"1vce, $3 50. , -J Un .,' ' anew week- ' bJ "v'- Optic, contains much that Will lileaSO the lilVdliles. Tho - - -i "ml wm 1'' the juvt ones. ino editor has had mnh experience in ' willing for this c i-, and we an- in the Pension offices. sure that the Maume will meet with Il! II,mM'- tll(; l,lU ''" , , . const iiietion (. oniniittee, reported by success, lernia two uo.lars a vear in t s;,,.,,,,,.,,. , ,. i .. . : . J .Mr. . Stevens yesterday, was taken up advance. Mr. Stevens spoke'at some length in "Tile Nursery" is a now candidate j support of t lie lull f stin lishing Militn for public favor, nnd is designed fori '.v (tovernments, and gave notice that tho voungest readers. The Magazine ' lle J10"1'.1 ''""7 ",0 l"'l:VU,HS 4'tiiii , ., . , ,,on it at 1 P. M. to-morrow. is ut"11 illustrated with pictures that wm wtmct and amuse tlio nttio ones. .Fnn imp ftuaiiauiaii '.uaucrsis-rsK" .... . v'wm At a nieet'ii the inlriliitams of tollowmg persons Freliglmlmii'ii tl wre du'v elt-etc d councillors for said Municipality :. I. B. Seymour, Wm. S Baker, Is. Mai mii, E Bowel, J. L.ins- i t r i i-i t -4 burg, K Olivor and O. Benoit. 's Tho Village of Dunham having been ini-ornornted by Proclamation, an wns, , ni ""L OCT H ,? 1 !' tbo 25th of January, Thomas Wood, j Esq., presiding, when tho foil .wing .A r : , . , (IU, 1,111. V i'. I 11 I I, IJt'lll 1 .L CMIIU II, A. Clement, and A. D. Stevens. The first sosion of the council was held on the JHst of .l.tnuiry, and Thien is Wood, E-q , was elected M ior of tin; new iiiuuicip ility, without an opoo siliuii, and P. S. Arinni'doii. Si e Ircas, who still holds tin oliice ot Sec lieas ot the town Council and Sehool C'oni iii-Moiiei-. We ne m- formed th it step, will be taken at once to widen the street, and build a 11..U.' Iltlil Ulllwf.lllll.il Jl ll'.l 1 L- 1111,1 111 ., ' otner ways nnpiovo tuo Milage. Sicertshinri Tim -: An article in the Sherbrook (iazeth sta es that the .btterent manufactories . .... and shops m that town usimr the wa 158 Un!, Iin1 xmi1hl p(m.J,. ,;p used o a nmch great. ,-eUent ,f ,e - used o a liinclj gi quired A wowle ill is now m course of eon-trnction, and will ""' into op. ration ne t June, and will em ploy 1811 hands, manufacturing tweeds to the ain iuiit of $:HKI,IKK) per an num , Monseieneur Laileche, the newly appointed C ' i idjntor 15, shop oi'Three liivers, will be consecrated in the (ith di-d of that city .,t, the 2"th nist , when neaily all the Uoman (! itholic Bishops of th" Province arc expected to be pat'sent. Items From Washington. The Government has contracted for tiftcin bundle 1 bore's of flour, at pi ic -. aver itfing thute doll us per b.unl. Oue da ".ast we, k, the President ' .; ) i.i-ii Oi ..it iv..,, ,...11... 1 .1...... O . i . . ..J..l i I l I'll li P, .body, and pud h.m a high corn- phmeiit for his mumliceiil lit to the t due itional interests of the South. Alexander Dehnar, Director of tho Bureau of Statistics in the Treasury r i ... i I ..li t i . . - Deoartmont. has onblwhml ; V tortj Si 1 stately j with now oarpotu and curtains fioiir'ti.e ,ii England. !at th s tb, lngton, nas neen completely renowod, Prosident Johncon was asked how ; authority of law under tho Constitu ho oatnu to appoint Mr. Bancroft, who ' tion to appoint Provisional Govern isn non-resident. Collector of Boston. 0rs, then the action of thoso Govern " Sir," replied tho Prosident, " it has 0rs is illegal, and thoro havo boon no recently been officially declared in ' governments established ovor those Massachusetts, if I am not mistaken, states Tho Pr- sideut had power to that nuii-residenco is not a disqimlifi- nppoiut military Governors ovorovory cation for office." Itown and citv if be kiiw lit. Tf i .,. 3Ir. Elliott's bill to ronrgnnizo the ' , to (j0Vlin"i!t pf Louisiana, dif - , uuk. prinoipnllv us in that it pro - , vidos for tho app'oiutu.ont of officers 11 I .... . ..-'' i for the new oiganization by tho Piesi - Irfutil .....I ll...l.l. ..U,.I .a. ..11 1... frnnchhed by tho naturalization pro coss, taking out papers from tho Uni ted States Courts. .uui, i., w hi . c mu Biiaji uu en- SST A groat liro took placo at Balti more on tho 8th inst., destroying property to tho amount of $200,000. Hon. John Aiken, of Andover, IMass., formerly of Manchester, this State, nnd for many yours law part ner of Judge Bennett, died on the 11th inst. Mr. Aikon wa. futhor of the wife of Hev. W. lh Lord, of Mont pelier. toy The LeLdHhituro of Tenneekeo 1 has passed a resolution ronuestiniM ; Senator Patterson to resign. WiUho do it? Congress. In tho Senate, Feb. G, a communica- .ljnii x. iwierreu. the Smato, Feb. 7, Sir. Fowler ent to the chair, to road, a dispatch r.nnouncing the passage of the negro "ft tutJ Lrgtmtlopriat.on bill t.l;(,n " An mil iiilinnnt wna nilmilorl milriim .was taken ui An am lidment was adopted making approin in! ions for 80 additional olnrkn Mr. Braiulagee also spoko in sup port of the bill. Messrs. Le Blond and Finch oppos od and denounced the bill as the death knell of the civil libeities of the coun try, and the inauguration of military despot mm. Mr. Bingham opposed the bill and .,.., ...,i i t ......I , , , . .. tlie pre. unliic and in-fit in nentheieot ,,t, filUWI1 r; hoieus ,r m neiessnrv that peace and good order shall be in f"rct d in the several States lately in '" ' "" uiuii uie Mates i espec.t.vely mi;M be hilly restored to their consti- ,,, .i . ,i . fIllilOll:lI 1 el.i f it Ultu rn i lie f llu'.iiiuiuin( (,f the United States, therefore, etc. Also to st. ike out the words "so ',;tll,'d" before .states, Tn ,ho Senate. Feb. S tl,n hill in. i eroilse UlM ' "r olln T " " '-'cast. UK) saiaUCS OI IJlUll lei tllllHtOl 8 surgeants was reported from the Slih taiy Commitlee by Sir. ilson. In the House, Mr. Blaiue, from the Military Comi..iltee, reported it joint resolution, which was pissed, directing tho societal- of War to furnish on ap plication of the Adjutant General of any State copies of Uie muster l i and out lolls ot any oluuteei oi gauization of such St hU(.h ollieerlh.it such, oils were not reiui ned bv tlie United Stales tiiuster- ing otlicer to his Department, W, l;,, ,.,,,,,, m , ,i,,,.,,,i i,:n ,.. prohibit tlie transportation of foieigu- .... 0lS W the U lilted Slates who have been convicted of crimes. Ke'fened to the Judiciary Committee. jLiii lit! iiiiNNHfi inf. til I inr iiif Tl. V.V. 1 11. 1 Ml f .. .1 . ftl1miSsio,i of Lbra,L-a over H,a Pro.i. donl s veto ayes 31 noes 9 I '. "'Klcr the lead of Mr. : .,e"Trl1 t"tmlM; 'if, l""';"" ihe House, under (he lead of Sir. us i 1 II IIHSI I Oil 111 Mrl'Kllu l.tll ... i. .! ' i . - r ... . i ; .. , bah military governments in the re-! hellions states -aws (il, noes 98 This indicates amendments or a defeat ' of the bill. In the Senate. Feb. 9, Mr. Ramsay called up the bill to amend ihe poM.il ' laws, which pushed ami goc.-i to the Hon -e. It modilies the existing schedule of ch irges foi postal money ordeis, au thorizes the icissiie of lost oiders, , punishes counteifciting thereof, au thoriZ' s the appointment of Superin- , tendeiits of the foieign mails dead let-tu-s, tVc The Sin ite then went into Execu tive Session and soon aft r adj.uuiie.l In the House the bill horn the Ke- construction Committee oiovnlni'' a i more elli.-i'tit government in the in- Minvctionai y State, wa taken no M..I1..1. 1. li '"I. uui'i.i miiu in; uuii la ills;- ill 1 -.-. v uu 'i.i'i, .in- ..in. inn i-ii Jl- ,.,.,; ,t ', ilim ,.,.,,.. . HUM Til UllllllillT Tlw. Itill lint . .... i withold his vote from it. He believed the States in rebellion were still States. He had never known the army to ex ert a good influence on the civil gov ernment. His theory was to establish n commission to reconstituto Louisiana on a basis of tho Constitutional Amend ment and exlond tho work gradually to tho othor Southern Stntos. Aftor Mr. Banks speech Mr. Ashloy called up tho Nebraska bill and veto message thereon. The bill was passed over tho veto by n voto of 120 against l i, and was pro claimed as a law by tho Speaker. Tho Houso then resumed the con sideration of the Keconstruction bill. In the Senate, Fob. 11th. Mr. Chan dler mowd to take up his resolution offered Saturday, in reference to the authority of the acting President to appoint Provisional Governors in tho in rebellion. He said esoiution was vorv important lit this time. If the Presiili.m lnwl no other and very diflbrent thing to ap- ! point a Provisional Govoinor, an olli- -... .... ! laws, and which, in his judgment, he ! had no rmht to create. 1 It reouired 1 the House of Kepresentatives, Senate, i ..... 1 V. T. .1. ..,... .... :...! i . il . mm iviiviicn uifuiiouh iiiiiitm, it, nisi onuct a law, boforo tho olhco could bo oroatod. II Andrew Johnson, in violation of tho Constitution, and without author ity under law, has assumed and exer cised power that did not belong to him, but which belonged to Congress, then ho did not hesitate to say that for this ono act, and it alone, Andrew Johnson should bo impeached. Tho Bankrupt bill passed tho Sou ulo on Tuesday; eas 'J2, n.ivs 20. TlIK Kl'Sll TO THfc PAHIsExUlItlTIO.N. "All tho world" seeniB to be going to the great Exhibition. State looms on tho principal steamers have been en- 'KL'cd tor months ahcinl 1t..f.. I Before New ' Yiar'b eight huuditd passages had al- '" "'er l,,llit'u V" ,ho Cunuid line. , " Z Zr. g ' h il" Klltlllll.l. ' Iw, c,ll,, fil j French liuo to Brest ' IU...MI1IUI. -mu oi.iiiu in i, uu ui me new The New Orleans Klots. Hon. T. D. Eliot, and Hon. Sutnuol Shollnbargor. n lnnjoriy of tho Com mittee, appointed at tiro last sosslon to investigate the circumstances of the liots last summer in New Oi leans, submitted their leport to tho House of Kepresentatives on Saturday. This report, which is loo long for tis to print, conclusively shows that the riots wore gotten up by tho rebels; that (ho ar.lhoi ltie.s were implicated in Ibem; anil that the President acted most, disgracefully concerning them, lie was fully apprised of the state of things in New Orleans, and yet what a part he enacted. The Committee sa s : " The President, know the condition of a Hairs in Louisiana in July last. He knew lb it " rebels " and 'Thugs " and disloyal men had controlled the election of Mayor Motiioe, and that such men composed ehieily, his police force; he knew that Mayor Monroo, then an unpardoned rebel, had been, after his election, suspended from dis charging the duties of bis office by military oruci ; lie Knew t lint lie Him self subsequently pat doned him; must have know n the teb4 antecedents f Albert Yooi hies ami A S. J lei run; lie Knew that not and bloodshed were appiehendiii; he knew that mililaty outers weieu. foiee; and ct, without Ihe know edge of the Secretin y of War, or of ihe General of our aimie.s, upon whose immediate responsibility those military outers hud been issued, he gave directions by telegraph, which, enforced as it was intended they should be, would havo compelled our soldiers to aid tbo rebels, against the men in New Orleans who had remain ed loynl during the war, and Bought to aid and support by official sanction the persons who designed to suppress, by arrest on criminal process, and un der color of law, thi meeting of tho Convention, und that, although this Convention was called with Ihe sanc tion of the Gova ruor, and by one of the Judges of the Supreme Com t of Louisiana, claiming to act as President of that Convention. The oiled of the action of the Pres ident wan to encouiage the heait, to stietigtheii the hand, and to hold up !:" ai tn . of thosi- men who inh-nded to pu vent the Comen'ion fi"m as sembling The Committee piopose that. Loui siana be reorganized on a loyal basis, and until that is done, it should be protected by the military. We quote from tho report: If then, in order to a just determin ation ot the question which the Com mittee bus been ch.uged to answer Ihe on 1 means affolded us had been the opHitem of men. there might be in oui mind uncertain? y and some misgiving list political biases had affected the judgment of th-- Committee. But that Congressional ac'.on ndlullld be had, is seitled by fact and not opinion. When in. n are duivn horn their homes, and their lives thieait in d, and their prop er! v detiotd -vvil. 11 111 business the are pi oci ibed when leceut lebels hold all p! ice-; ot trust, nud, having power, u-,e it to oppiess and piiiush loval me, i b.-cu-e they an: and have been loyal - u in li the whole body oi coloied men, who have never thnched fsom (bit v as r,,dica! lo dist-. w hen the ilni Wei".' j-'l i. nun st and tin; .l.,Ugeis f;l,ili t in lie t .-.is v tl, ,.!c jici-c-i lite t 1,1 .- -.1 m, hi, nil d bi.e Wild b i i a, ! slaughtered witle.ut meiev and wuh entire impunilv from puuisti nient theie is no room lett tor doubt that souk, legislative remedy should bo applied. Tueso arc maUi i s of fact and not of opinion, and in our judg ment but one course is open, and that should bo pursued without lies tation or delay. Accordiug to the judgment of ail who have telt the presence of rebel rule and have stood firmly and fomiossly for tho Union when treason was nearest to success, whoso judg ment giien upon oath is based upon facte within personal oxporienco, who give opinion resting on kuovvlodgoand speak of what thoy havo seen nnd known, tho pi osent civil government of Lonisana, existing without sanction of national law, should bo suspended by net of Congross and u provisional government established and maintain ed by military power until tho timo has come when Lonisana is controlled by loyal men and may be restored to tho foimer "practical lelations to tho Union" without endandering its securi ty and peace. Fnozra to Death.--Mrs. Thomas Conner was frozen to death on the Lako between Point Trombloau and Port Kent, a week ago Wodnosday.--She and hor husband woro going to Schuyler Island on loot, found the ice unsafe, and had to return. Mrs. Con ner became exhausted, and hor hus band wrapping hor up, loft hor on tlio ice; but boforo be could reach tlio shore and return with help, sho had perished. Fire Pre. Fua at OaiujNsnuitGii. -Tho Tall man House, recently called tho Mor ton Houso at Ogdensburgh, wuh on tiioly destroyed by liro on Wednes day morning, togothor with tho ad joining promises belonging to Mrs. Smith Stillwell. Total loss ubout $15 000. Mr. Tallinan had an insurance of $12,000 on his houso nnd furniture Judgo James' law office was also burned, but his books and papers were fortunately saved. New Ei.kv.vtoh. Tho Ogdensburgh K. K Co , i3 proparing to put up a now grain elevator ut Ogdciihburgh, on the site of tho one destroyed by lire in 113(5.1. The now one will be of brick, lire proof, with capacity to btoro 505, 000 bushels, and will stand on 25(57 piles, which havo been driven m tho river. The machinery will olovnto the grain from two vessels nt onco. Tho receipts of grain at Ogdousburgh last sension woro nearly 3,000,000 bushels. J Oiouoi'jii. j -It is said that i Vienna il,,. Hll is removed n f,.t, ... . " Hl1 11'KV I enormous oxponse. All tl,0 ln" n" Uwork are employed to J A game ofchoss for $1,000 i, Pbiyed over tho Atlantic cnh. , English and American playoin. 1 Books with uncut loaves havL. L, . uccu 11 iiuisai.ee. Gns is t.11 dollars per ll11)M1 . cubic feet "'Jbde,gh,N.C.,wlH.l( , j mane o, renin, j -A man attacked by (l catmUll, says its spring is not half so ,,. , j as its fall. 1 " t A rustic who witnessed :i , . . of William Penu ie treaty w, I, , Indians informed his cm,p u,,,,, ' "That ere is Benjamin Franklu, t,, , ,ing the Injuns; I've been un.l. , .,' . tree many a tune nnsolf." Slatislics proo that bt ,, j Peiinsylvanian in n thousand ,,,,, at the age of 00 jeaiu. ! The birthday of Ahr.dn,,, t I oln was made a legal holiday m ' Jersey nt tho last iseseioii ol'tln; j,, 1 Saturn. ' ! Tho Pennsylvania L , has passed an act declaring th. ( delphi.i Board of Biokers a dr , institution. -A New York Tuen'h.nit . ; teen years ago was foieed to , wife's wardrobe has just letu,, a foitnne of $r,00,0l)0. ' -The fast duke of Hatnn' ,., , run in debt in London tine. , , of dollars in less than a year J, , I in chancery. i In Italy, the reduction in an- , , ponses nro expected to effec t a sn . of two millions pounds dam, t, present year. Scotland consumes f,, 1 much milk us England and In . i , together. --The city of Moscow was ' with gut: for tho first tune 1),,,, , , 27th. Bayard Tin lor sailed I'm l.n on Saturday last A dinukeu fellow had ,vr, , ., into a Sunday School, and t., K t s, , amoiit: primer scholar, ,n, ti., teacher accosted hua w.th ' i lames, do mm, know tin- i.ml i you nre in ?" "Yes, m m; in tli. . f bit'iuss. 'n the I ouds 'f 'niijin!;. v. k 1 me some hard qr.esh'ns " I How It Is Done. The Washington e.irrcspmi'1. i the Cincinnati C'miuerci,i! -I " , what sort of burg un an 1 . . 1 people are made to pay i , , , pi ices for the neci s.u c, , f The ingenious feature I tl the manner m w Inch spi i ul ,i have been protected by if. I. best be explained h ac'iial . tion. In he whoh Uni'i ! s tin t e is just our 11. eke, I a ! . pi mg a capital of say t 1 , . i hoiisan l dollars and a f u : ' lift w li iiliK 1). It )s Iin ati il - s Jn-ey The pjopiutoi-. ! ! tabhshint nt no to tiu ii N vv ' - ' -enator-. and s-iv to tlicm i,m: ' mu-; i. t ' r iti i-ti.ir." '1 1' I -v iV.i.oa setiatori si;.: "V.t , . lo J'. oti ct Slicll ft'l lllti li ' all vv j- vv mt is an mn and c ,il " Yi l vv ( 'I," sa , .In e; . "It ' protect my nicki I f u t n i a" iin1-! your eo d m.ne . and ., toiler" And so, in order ti ; Jei sey votes, a till lit' of foi t v islixiedon uiclol Novv it In. that nickel is a m itorial viv sively used in this country, fi "n ' -large ingredient in tho m.tt.ai of German silver ware. It " take a hundred such fuctorn s i- ' in New Jersey to supply the J '; but in order to protect that uin f ' ry tho price of everything in'" ' nickel enters is incrca-i d f- 1 ' cent, to overy consumer m th' I 1 1 Status. And this, forsooth, is pi"t f ing American industry. Take uie or illustration. There is . w l"'1 the Unitod States where the st.... used for grindstones is found ' J dressed. It is near Cleu-l.m d i'. It would requiro lii'ty such qaai- ' ' supply tho conutiy. But this ' U 1 can industry" must be protecti d, in order to enable a siugie cat it i- ment to reap large proiits, a tin ill ten dollars a ton is put up"" grindstones that como fioin Scotia. Incuuasb or Kents.-A very romi k able iustacco of tho increase of r u' is shown in tho Trinity Building, m Now Y'ot-k. It is a plain stnunuf oi brick, about fortv feet high nnd hundrod and sixty feet deep, tamm.i. on Broadway, next to Tiimt.v t lni- yard. It is principally occupy c coal mining companies, and tut u of a stooiid class offico is n" thousand dollars. Tho building erected in 1852 at a cost ivt f ing $200,000 nnd was then ' t '' about $110,000 nyoar.-Sinct tln u i route havo been gradually '"1S ' ;. til tho rent roll is now slbiM""'. ninety por cent, on the cost in s,i lo vear. JteaT A picturo in a Into iub"rnnir Punch ropresonts a fashionable " couple, tho husband searching Mr. ouslv in his waistcoat pockets, wife" inquirer.: "Havo you lost watch, lovo?" and ho replies: - dear, 'twas a now bonnet I bml i" 0 somowhoro." m- At St. Regis, uu Indian viiV sixty miles up tho St Law-ret.re, i Montroid, tho ico shoved the ;..!. ,, .inrlinn of the "M'- subtnorging it; tho consfcinntiy , doscribed ns dreadful. Suiik' i i0 j villagers climbed up, and te w trees! Tho Indians, it is sn d, ff lost thoir all, and nro lying ; without any covering.