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WINCHESTER JOURNAL ii riiLiiuru EVE ft Y Pit I DAY JIÜI1.1IXG, IB n tr Subject. This part of ihr mef sage we nnv notice next wee only norr quoting, in hi ovui lan-rince, -Mr. Lincoln's closing i l r t t i r i v i r 1 i i i r -i -1 . - hi til VV 1 1 N Uü Ji. n LO 11 IT ; paragraphs: JT. E. BEVERLY KUJTuft AHO PROrRIETUÄ. TKRMH OP riUil.-CRirTION. One Dollar nml Tiny Ct. n nr, ir mid in ADVAMrn; Ti:iiM.- OF ADVEItTfc-'I.NT.: Ons'iire, one iinertK.ii ll.f'O V.Ach 1 litiontl insertion, 'J3 A lib.rul .ierunt will he mi le to tho? who A J vert fur m longer eriyl. iuisinrss Dircctcm. uln.CarlofluIln'torlM?'.iery-&r. I.N VAKUUM' IN AUVANCK. school a : a u i a er, I 1 II ATT, OflH.OL i:.HIMK ffr linn. lO 'U)t nunty, will ;ittfi,.l tcj the J.x an.ination iif Aj ;-!;e.iuu on tl: 1'utirtli Nutiir.lay in IjoIi .'joutli. In thf Now lliick l:.,.!.'-.u-, North of th- JiAilrovl, Vi;if.hctf r, I n diari.a n .'! -1 j Bitow xr: x fiu:i:v An riivj it I.iw, Vinc!i-tt r, Ir l. Olli-? in the .Tail 1 ii! lin-. f.'iv ri-o.-Jal itti ri- tion to the -curin claim. ..I -!Iert!.. f, n OK. ! lT.Hfil'st)., Winch-tcr. times, it liny be, without any ' unequivocally for the Adminis InJi.iH. O.li ai.l riiliLce n ' i - f 'i U..0 nl f l.o vontT. ' f i t i nn nil,! "nvpnvliolmi n fl V for orne r r of .M tin .in J .oat!i s tr-i I, w h( r ; e miy at ill tim1- he fuun l, unlt-i jru rii:u:r:,ir-i?-i-t.;in Mc.i ? T It in l! ink ;tml s: -i t in nr v. ; Corner of hr vuklin an l Mt : !i t:i" Sf-. ! -P.IIM.-m: imt"::. r,,i.,., ritv. In.!' J.j n. Ttrhy, rr.,; i .r. : tZri:!: ' mr horM-s t.i 'ly miN its.Ni:rrcVr:... J -h il.r in IVniM.Mn, .v.-. St ut-on tiM- north etrorner of Main a:.,i rranK-in for a shire ot my attention, , ori in various form?, and occa- territory came in as free States. Str"'N' . . ' i'ist a may suit my mood; and I jsioual ebb?, till the last vestige Hence the battle raed on a new T i:i::!tsini:ri:i: x vi:si 'shall ue the privilege of com-l0f domeiti; bondage is swept quarter, but on the same prin ,t.y! America. I care nothing ciplc. The South immediately of the Vh,- s ,a ir.-, Win;--.,,,-;, r. vcll done in tli'. productions ot . r the minor details of the bat- commenced the desi mi of ac- iiiiiniw u iiM n m. ' "HO.! V It I. II ii .i. ii .J i - J chmr. Wa-iiii-t.;, n.-t. i.-rtli of I the l:Mi.:S.,u.-m-t vvin.-i. t.-r. In!. I it. citou i.i:y. m. i.. riiv- - in, im ; i: v. I!- in t r. in. I. tin IiiVc I'l.il i . .. :u 1 -i ;., u. i I i r t i 1 I . a i I . i !'.-,'. v ! I I " '. T ii, -ui r w: at, I l:-. - rr-nti .-. . Aii4fM.iv. .in.i lni:i.' - . :if fiircf t U-HIl the II.MpiuUan.l li;,et.irie of' l'l.iia- leij.hi.i. iiein--ij. ii-,i ith rxri n.-nt ur.KH.iunruru.-ui, ml- h 'H ,urru u. prloriii all n;-r:iti )iis in the arius de- . irtmeut iI the Jiruh -.i'Mi. :;r:et;;::;ir Ü ."Z 1 I'iiM'k S U r-, WiiK-hetiT, li d. Nov I . IM:. TAILORING. JOHN RICHARDSON. M EU (MIA NT TAIL OK tV' of'thr 1'ii'ilie S'iinrr, l SC III. ST IUI, IM). CtOTHS, CSSIMERS Mid VESTINGS. U in hnr. 1 nid ni.idi t j unit r in th l -t !tvlf. riilt'F.S KKASON Al.I.K. TILE AND ÜRICK. 'IM I IM TM 11 Til I" Columbia, an. 1 of Frederick City, ! Territory beyond the Mississip- Drain nmir II V jivM Mar-vllind- 1 V huvnee to i pl. which applied to be a State; . 1 , J lnuts. j )00,.s vlich arc corrccU.a daily, I JUt unhappily had a few slaves, t lilll. Ur.oti I lie iii.inul.tcturt .1 lv the . , r , 11 L n(-iir.i;n. l i, ,m- iH, .n,ron..i.;ui.l answer can, linder ordinary j a;ul its proposed Constitution thrSr-t Trv t!itt!ita-.i.iit'oiiSi)in't 'circiiinstances, b? ::ive:i Iiv return 1 permitted slavery. You will t..r..nu.-iiii.ith:it t!.er arc j mail to the following i ic st i on s ; j observe that up to this time no fun'r ilrmnn-! ut ;;., wc will n- , T r . .i 7ivi..wv. v j t v.et tl. iuMf 1 t..r th-m. We lt. is Lt?,vinS. na,ne!"v slave tate had been adnut- ,ifcio k.,-p -iu ixn nuit;K, .a" .mr o n ; and rci ment at present in theltpd formed out of new territory. rriiKiii.iyr.uKii!- .ir.a:u w iif ire itiol.K'ti.'ii. ;?-(. ire xi is. cill fit nur Yurd, north ot t!o- Prpot, Wir.iliO'Ur. Ii: iiir i. n. iy j:il.v O. .V: J. K. .M AKTIN MEAT MARKET. n. .ii. MUison V V'xKw. .o-e-uiir't!io In r of r.nmi Mr. T. tii.itho i. n.nv, tl!i,, j JJEKF. KAL Ml LT O.N At (roii 4 to G Cents per Pound. Irom hospital, was he discharged MtrkftonTti!iT,Tliur.!.iy.iii.ist.;irom service? w tin!" tu.run. -s; nu-it alwavs on Ii ma. iu'l yl STATIONERY. iOWEN, STEWART &. Co., WHiU'lll AIP H I iL BOOKSELLERS And S T A T 3 O I-: K S So. is WaiUnjtnn st.,ir. v.-in'ifohf. i : -b: .-..i'ir. sriiooi. s:ia:iri:i:s am Tonchors' Class Books, K1i'H' It - Superior Elte, Black aad Car-. nine inKS. r4- if """" - .V..kio ; UK. IN. öimmmo, Tmirrrricr orirl Knok'smlpf. f TTMO.V CITY, IX! V V. rmth ) v.r t v.r-. ,t row nuci:s, a I Uli.';, IW.MII.Y AM) IIO.MIIO- ivvtihc; )i!:i)i( ii:s, tim'vs'iis ai si 1. 'jWhen she grows up a woman (was, bv his position on the bor- the great sign of the day. I say roitTr.fi, not -MHiH-iiKArr.s, he 0yecls 0 have even one der line, made a compromiser. 'am- lo triumph! SCllllOI. IIOOIiN. . . - f .. .1... .. .'..! l Vi-Ti-DivllntruiTP AM) statio.nlky, i;Tc, in c. or hersclt, or lor smaller ycnpic. ' Hy liu exertions, tne maioruy in; tm i ri i i i -J i lit Writttn for the Journal. nun ii. BY J. B. H .RRISON. Where the ri!!e-lnrre I plances, A&tl the r;yon t li.'htnin0'i play, I' .ill the heavy irn li-.i 1-t rj t-s, ( J u-h es riin of M oJ to-J:iy. Hut tho sunlight of f!o'l' f.ivnr i-Vta the rainbow token hi'h; Frrr-iorn's arch, tJ 'hire forever In our country's j.urtr fky. lhr-inhrr, 2. M'r .' fur the Journal. FOK TKIS WEEK r , I propose to write for the .lour- .. r , ,. 1111 I M "V" W Ul l I i; I V III- files, rather, ijernap- 1 sliouiu sayneid. l uo not mean uie m;ton-i on diiri reiitsiibiects, and some- . t , 1 . ant Jjall )0 as dull and ,'lS absurd, j - " - ns eonervaie as . suppose I write to please them, jot Ireedom m Missouri. Aor , on( t?.t rU(1 The ür,tWas'UT conccrnijr national policy, I the best wc can do to publish a 1 I wliill i)tnno mi' rnvn Imiirc. Km I t!it:t!l I hit em 1 MCI O.ltl Oil Will I . 1. 1 .:...:.. fIM. (..ntl.i 1 1 ' . : 'IT 1 ' "V . : e smu-.u... - cic. )r pf of lie mostiinnnr- 1 1li(Mnetl:o(i oi treating mem; im; accoinposu u in a uij uinr, t , t . iMtin? .1 ? 3Vr Tho sla,tr rnlHnnc nn. I like, consulting no tate but mwmfni ac la ):n. State? Hut ti't-y did not win . , , . "I No hu... ,Wvor cm lumith;st-con.lvithoi,tavw-eircct. promirC but one Illing, ljbicktlm reat tide ol opinion, ive tiuaiification. The valuable ill T I t I r 1 he Journal Kseii may comei ,Iiy fellow-contributors. ; J., . ... j , IbadtlS Will lindetnild, ttllt 'thelviitor is not in any way re - a,,r - "4 ' J iii'uiuuo '-'i viiu i:iviiiiii j- MaU Ol ill l ui iiiui; ;'itive writing of mine, as 1 ! nre ,it really a witty satire j thev were unsuspected, till Flori ay not always nro? with him. t m the follies of his party. At ,1a Texas, California, Arizona, ini'iuve wnuuiTS oi mine, as i in l . inn wn;e imuer tne coiuin-;:ulv ued heading ol "hoi; this i , ;in mi a w ;i vs ui neai . . . ' r i r i ' nithesime part ot the .lnurn il. Jvicli communication will be "mnmMe 1 1 1 its t. ' as .Ml" i- zine puhli.-liors say. lilts. IV way ol lnTorlMcnon, ünt m:,y undent md that it ithere exists ..iv ureit want in the public mml, 1 do not undertake spilir. Time has tau-ht me bet- from the public eve. In nearly' i V M'homoM "whni alter eu-' Llln'ru a:id Ha.vtl to supply it. I leave that to ter Providence otteu -ives tem- the whole of it the disciplined 1 ' - . A , Senate idiourned i lnJ,;l)-'n'le,lt b'tatcs 011 our own others, whose mission it is, and pomry strength and success to band of slavery were victorious! 3 ' ' ' J ' J continent more friendly than for- shail mae no attempt to j either brilliant or profound. ours, .1. 15. IIAKKMSON. DIUlXTtlllY or Tin: i:os- Tm-: Sa.mtauv Commissio have established an oliice of in-; I. I. , ivMiumvii in itnn iw MiKiiu in the Hospitals ot tur l)itritt of ; j hospitals of the District I . , ; i' redcriCK City f or of - Jd. If st, what is his properl address? 3d. What is the name of the - , .... , Surgeon or Chaplain ot the lios- i ..r.i'j pua Uli. It not ill hospital at prcs-i ent, has he recently been in pitnl? ' - f1tb. If so, did he die in hopi- !tal, antl at what date? iith. If reeent'.v diehargrd 7th. It not. What Were his or-H,, 7th. If not. what were his or-;,or, of Saratoga, Sarant, of-on, and notwithstanding any teni-: 0;";; thV inatbT to rC:lch Uear thc CV oi'i bears transportation well, and is ers on leavm-V I Pennsylvania, and others, sawipoiary seo,., in lical elec- -lu'u l Ml0wlJI me a-r. the department. ! , r i- The Commission is prepared ' that this was a ,re.U bat-! lions' it is not possible for ;II1V ; rtnkc the proiapte.t anu av:e,t The Indian troubles calls for a worthy of more extensive culti Iso to furnish more specilic in- t!o fof human freedom: that if ! hotly of men Ion to tMain them- üüV ior .la:it ?ct w,l7ut !"e" ; remcd.ding of the whole Indian vation. W here suitable land 1. al formation as to the condition anv patient in the District h pitals, within tweutv-lour hours alter a request to do so, trom jollicer of any of its corresponding The oiliee ne ouice oi u:e jvireciorv j will be open tlailv from b o'clock .a m. to S o'clock p. m., and ac - 'ccssiblem ii urgent cases at any; night. : hour of tl The number of natinits in tlicse j105p;tls is a'bcrit -j;, oi);). Ii found to be practicable, the; duty 'here untl?rtaken locally iy the Commission will be ji!lt.illlle all the general in th- eountrv. Fr.Ei). Law Oi.mstkp. General Secretary, A t.iRn at school would like to ' l.lr'ti,!..,. I 1 4 1 c.;i i..,,on a viuiit hv.ir in-mocra's. it DE VOTKI) TO Till: tiii: c;ki-;at yh toiiv toutv years rir.'HT. JJovinninc oOthv EuM Th 3Ii,.jiiy iuü Mruuanw" v .w..,. fouri omprotni victoria fi.md .Mr. Chy, turned round, ami siavHrv-nrmoraliaiion of I'oii- celebrated Missouri Compro- tirs Corruntiaij of trie Democrat- . ,. , i ic Party, and t la Creut Victory miSO was accompUsue.l. 1 liree of Ku'ht in aii-oiui. never was a more mistaken set oi people since time Le-.in. f I'm iha Voa- Vrit-L- Tlnf.a VftlV 90 rPt, i)rr,.,T- Vnt- l ii'o filly tlirououht tho etile; hut (iuire and report to the better . . , . j , v ; the Democratic pirt, triu to ks; cire ot sick and wounded sol I sins, Jo J munpht! our iltcrest (lid I10t them. dienm New ork Democrats think Tj were allrnvard brought; A motion was made by .Mr. thev have ot a victorv. J here r- i . i ir . . i , i rT . ., j rt - . i nrtv.im run n: :t ( i x. u ntimnc in i mumv fi t i ; hivp uo11 a ppttv "lush, hou?iPf undpr the t;lvor of an ad. lo.t a jrreat battle. Thcirj lnini.tratw-th , aser Hnce, ; ot hilt a century, vho'j,, nou wIlMv )rn.,iaverv. 1 in. v and allies it,o:,t - lSL U4CI" " J1 - or consequence, have been tern-. IM ULILiHl ll J.t llt-ll liiu-UIi. , , 1 .... ... tv in Cohltccs, (which will be i . r i . I lilt aim iivvM-.viny iu c ummi nit - whit.'ii is now svvecjin away the & ail ; imlwarKs ot slavery. It will ;ro tie. I was .Jollll ail BlUf once as blind as urcn seems to ht as stroai,'Iy suspect, his ven- uiauons oi uie fcwe.i-iii'ju, rlt(. i jlC liatl inteiiiletl Ins s,)L.0L.j,t.s for punch, he could ! ,,nt h-ive i one them he ter. UUUt lilt. Ill m i . jjutt to return. I was once büjd enou di to trust that the ,.;,..nnns m" inn iVnnr-rnf i,- nrn. davery party really meant some- tl.m.r ,ir..l w.'i-e to he sorrowed i over 1y t!l0 lndsof freedom, I u;is "perplexed, but not in tie-1 falbe principles and corrupt par-1 ties, in oruer inn uiey iaa uiu . more certainly be swept away b v ; an lionet public mdii;intion; and; il oit-i in tkes ni;-:i's seliish in-1 ten-: : (a. m Missouri) the in- ... srum.ut oi a v.iae.wui pen: -, nctit bcneir.-euce. Let i.ie tell , you some i'.i.: - (: . j lot perhap-5 re-. . , i- a r- i ll kj III Lie It u ) .iiuj.i' nil' iiP.i iiii business. .Missouri was the first Kentucky was a part of Virgin Tennessee w.ia a part ol Xorth Carolina. Louisiana was settled territorc, comim in undericivihzation of the intelligent the treaty vith Vance, with all; ... . its local Zaires. To say that in who, uiiM-tneo tm, iv i, Missouri was a part ol Louisi- j .1 .-ii .41.1 ,..,.... hos-iana. was a mere subterlucre. ' ' The real nuestion was whether' it wa. riht or expedient to make !nw slavc States out of new tor- ' ritorv. The sa-acions, honest I friend? of freedom in the North, hike Hufus King, John W.Tay- 1 nt.vrr SiMMiit. nl.nn n,A ...Ift. -.vi:.-u- f..... of!r;ni.; im,i ri.rlit in (li'tmiH !ci.i.-nc n ii.it MMrii-iinlniln. iMin'i ui in. i l u. ... j i i svstt ni. chean. an extensive orchard ot 'admission as a slave State so had current ot events which Gotland1011, , "o-c'ir "o Ti' The prosecution of tho Pa-; this variety would prove a very 'ar.y new territory which we ; nature and man are pouring a-!Ui'' u ' iUUl cilic Kai. road enterprise is urged M0ltiA e investment. 'mi-ht herealter aciuire to the gainst human Slavery. i- . : up"" Con-re.s and aUo the wi- r , tntk i ' J r. ,;i.e oilier reiiaion- oi 1:11- i ...... i ; , ,t 1 ui lunui x uum ciii I of time. And von now see, ..i.ttu.ni . tu..i n u.ming md improvement ot the ....... , . i- ..." i- . t r.... r,.rtr- nor importance were oiP-reJ, ana . ,x v .... m: the fol lowing in their order ol !intO Wliat nrOUlJlO'.H l (OOmou- 4 ; 11 i-.' .1 -i. t ui -..- xJin aim iiii-. . 1 . 1 .. .. r . . .... 1 :..:.:... .i.v in::, ov i a ii;iiM T 1 1:11. io.v :i u l-.i.. 11 .. tint fn:r-tion ns loomeii tm: ' tiiro'.t'di wliU blooil and sulferiiig ' v.e nm-t wade to its solution! 1 need not cite particulars, South had th:i in Co igress The two I rrn-f nlv-,-! Th.. cmnl n nre-ep.tation in the Senate .rive : them a eto power, and the South- 11 v by the i f-m im.nlgration to Illinois and extended to : Indiana, operating 0:1 their Sena - al hospitals, tors, "ive thrin: in fiet, a majori- 'tv there. In the Houe the ma - rrn im.n. 'ratu)n to Illinois and 1 Jnrliv v-i tht nfln- u-tv but the i Smith hid an advanla-e there, Henry Clav, then a voting and ambitious man. of commandin - INT KKKSTS OF IS A the Senate some ciht or ten members l'rom thc North were II.. t, . ..,.1. ...!,-.. -i r pffit rnm i of these men came from Con- necticut, and were ljurncd in ef- 'lhc thn?e Xe!v York members I foiind th(.ir way int0 th? custom- .Such was tho minniTol the Mis-1 sonri Coniprornice, xvhich was OUII.,- l() Ul- UlUU, aim hjjiw j : 4 il I otwl rflininnr tj w.iriwiIKj. Let ns proeeed: The work ( Th.-v won the sec0Iltj hy retting si tve territory of llie United States was m tlie A crth.wet, ami that quiring new territory by purchase and conmest in the .outti and Vest. witii a view ot making m-w s ave Mates, i or a nine a were adniitle.l. It is true t!)rv were disapitointetl in Cali- iornia, but that only made them more determined to acquire Cuba and Central America. All means were tried purchase, conquest, (illibutcrinr. For forty years ih i--ir Inr tha At mi r.i oi ni lor j.htvery was kept up ineesssntly, j although so:n times conceal -d over the tmorani.ed militia ot j ireeuom. in tu'.s wnoie nnie the Demo cratic party, liudin- that the South was available to maintain its powew, so Ion- as the South wa p-rmitted to pur-: I I .1- ! I a' I sll0 its cour- o, s.avcry exten- ; .Ji0n. uraduiliy lell into the arms : o i of slavery, helpless and corrupt, i . . . I If the i;eiiiu ' and spirit of the Democratic pirty in the time of Jefferson be compared with what is called so now, nuinau history eannot present a stronger con trast! interpreted, by Jcllerson. democracy was uie rcpiceiua- ! ..(.'.. i" . . 1 1 .... .- IX i ,...- ue ul me ireeuom uüu jhuios of the human mind. Xow, what is it? Helplessly and stupidly attempting to sustain compromi ses with slavery, a sv.-tem hated, despised and repudiated by tue jwas lairlvcompl-ted m lNil-liJ.I ,lr. Stephens submitted f?omewlU Have renn it beiore our pa- world, it U literally a servant of!..,i l,i ...o.i:..., ?.. i.,.. ' - - - ..j i servants! Is it sL.an-e that since id.,. i .i ii lö i, neanv mo wnoie ikm;- o men. with !ree, liberal, enlarged I mnuJs. .aVe lr it it? You can - nnint to iloeiw nt vmirmcn of! nius and emiu-me in New York, who were Democrats, but : co-nnelled by (he laws of mind to iruvc a thin so bul and soj . i n V , . enslaved, fins work is going;? 7r oi)fi ill0U'a mtI,. 11 '' aaa ; ear oi e jii-taja , u.i iciuiu;, uv-. t v ; - i'jis. iruicaiug. r.tiiy nai cm, owee lor.'jii lit? 1 warfare acamst this or- ,g mixed araiy of G'H we lave ;-eat vietory on the .1 V in-i won a grea: uaor 0:1 me I'll I - very held where we Io?t our lirst battle! Wr have won it in Mis- souri. K insas is Iree, ami Mi - i souri will b, and 1 uouer states will loiiow. hut look at the sijn m tiie lieav - ens. Hear the thunder as 1 rolls. Missouri has e Icrtc J five 1 , Xoi'inclj -if UmUts to Congress.. j States will lolh-w. 1 say thisllla for these Indians a:;d he ; ! positively. The Missouri lie-; wanted the facts to go out. If' publican will tell you nothing ' the Indian wretches were not ' ; c aa b? done just now. True: :u: accordirg to law, they wo'd ' X IX) L I'll COUNTY CONGRESSIONAL. Thirty-Soventh Congress. Washington, Dec. 1. House. A resolution was a dopted instructing the Commit- )ter on Military Aliuirs to en jro priety of dispnsin: with the Vet Point Military Academy, and endowing Military Schools ill the several States. Rejected. NTr. Ahlrich introduced a bill to reduce the rates of Con-ress- j0nal mileage. Heferred to Com- . l.t IlllllfC, Mr. Brown offered a resoln-, tion for the aid of Ohio JJalti- m0IV Railroad. Tabled jt - omin - the deatii of Senator! Thompson, was read. Eulogies were delivered and the usual , programme enacted. i a Atliourned. i i i i says, that although l'roviJence Siinwtk. Kcsolutions were ot- , ... r iic ii i wt I, his not blessed us with a return fem I by .Senators Mule. nshti0, , ,.,., W(, ,ia , and Pomcroy ol no .pec.al inter-; wj,h e n , t -.J, c.-t, anu noii ol which were a-jj a), wil, yH ' 'ie 'it i ,r i . 1 W hile our relations with Tor Mr. Chrk o , lercd a joint reso- . are UI ils ,a,Ufac. Mfoa ...mlullv npprovms h' f , , M ka , Prrsident s hmaacmation l'roc- J .. ., J1 , , ,, , . . , .as iavorabh: as coulcl well he lamation, and recconimendin - , , , the employment ot it and all oth-: - .,. l.i CI' It' S K ()V IU lll.uu U ai - i .. , , . .i i ii- tare to terminate the rebellion . 4 tl and assert the supremacy ol the t r. i . i Itovernjiient. Ordered onn.e. . Mr. Mieramu ollercd a re-so u-, tion ,, oll.i.s on iho Pr.s,,lent lor all the information at his com- mand concerning t lie operations , 't Mil 1 L IKK' I ' I ll.li a 1(.U, vx-v.. . .. 1 Mr. 'Jen Kvck then announced UCU lllUIUlUV.LU , . I II II Dec. Hocsr.. Mr. Stephens ot Pa. (le,iird Q illroj,lce ;i M 0f wiid ,fi tT lvc llol:L.e llst .C5S. yll? ())oci oi ;iH is to Jiakc vah(l a, .UI,ti aud im. prisüninenls Ull(l,r xlt ,u,pensioa n... n i ',,1 tjl 111 ll-ilJ' -is 4.1. ... t!l(1 :i,l,.Mt m.,1 ULIillllf Y UU, lift 4 v.jim.iiv others concerned; and also to in vest the Pioident with authority ! to suspend the Habeas Corpus under such circumstances as, m his judgment, the public safety imav reuuire. It was withdrawn fof thc .jr(.;ent -I v it ii l 1 i! Mr. allandiham hoped thev i.i . ,. ii i I miL'hi nave a lull house when I . . I 1 1 t-'- .- ! ... 1 1 , rVl t tin Ul- UUI .13 "lii-iH v.ii. Mii . ,i. . I , ,,!,,(, r. rentoa olicred a resolution ... A. , 4 ealhn lor the aooption ot some I ,i I ir fi,.,,' mnro crio.it' mthoil Of 1l,ft I lor ! f.iri ''i.c nml Alh u- sick f . . . ... . . Ul u wiiiiiiiiL'u uiuiv!?, im; iiuiiuji j tt ( r acl;vr rxVi2 a. ner: ; moimti t0 0VtT c0 oo0 i( i t 3 .r II,. ll.-lKfl ' -uumu. Ui !; U1' 'LU, ,l i roiu.ion ?ei ting lorn i in at i.ie "" f.u "1. . " i tl,I U 1 . , " . eminent never was so . . i .i . . . 11 1 WUV "l ' Aiien. of ( )i;io. when the House adiournetl. ; i:natk. Air. wiiKinson 01 ir 1 1 1 1 i X r I 1. I I Minn, odered a resolution cillmg. ! fm- informa'.iori concernin'' Indi- 'an barbarities in Minn. There 1 t' .1 . 1 ,seem?a a oe u 01 sympathy in tue ' Ce killed without hw, etc. it1 After some further unimport - proceedings. ."Mr. Anthony offer-' td a reflation with thc object of; is roniovm ' 1 he tav on rowers ot o . . ,, r Attorney lor tne couectioa 01 pensions and back pay of sol diers. Agreed to. - ; are inadequate to the stormy ' present. The occasion if piled - - - -. : high with ditllculty, and we must Vol. 1 A'o. gjljrisö with the occasion. As our case is new, so we must think a- u " n' ' ,. c i- ,1 jnewand act anew. We mut Ir. Powell of Ky callea np a:.:,......., our,elvec and then resolution olfercd by him in rela tion to arbitrary arrests of citi zens of Kentucky. Mr. Clark of X. II. moved to insprt "If tint inc-omn.atihle with - ' tri- pnb.ic safety.' Thus amend- eil adop.ec . Aftj-r ä.ln,mn3 a rolmin of Mr. llardin?o Oregon callm; tor a tn-aty with tli InJian. ot oouiuern ureun a:ui oriueru Calilornia. Adjourned till Monday. i it r.s 1 1 i : T-s .M i :s s v ( ; i This imnortant d( mnnrtnnt i niMiment. looked for with m) much interest, ... . w quite a lengthy document- I too much so to be placed in our;rnsJ;, freedom to tho free hnn. nntn, : rt ,,ri.Ä1. n v.vminni.-' tti un iiuuiia i , ti'i 3 i lar-e majority of our readers ' . Mr. Lincoln begins with a ref erence to tin health and bounti ful crops with which we have 1 I'. 1 ll. . A. . .1 m en in(,rt,u piiearanu U . :.i i . , uur iieai nun jjii;m;ui V-m it i.aij tilt lii.-lii.ui ii;i . . c . l the suppression of the slave , , J J, . , , .. IiF tn t n trade he thinks likely to bo tuc- e , J cesslul. T coIollizaUon schcme scem,- sca prac.ticaljIe, cxcept t0 , a , , h d !,.,. rpn $in ra(lu.r ,Iisinclincd t0 . . . . . n ilieves they will think better of .1. . . i:iÄ II 4 ithat alter awhile. He expects much i'ootl to result from a "con- , .11 .l- 1 I . I M l IllAII-.lll.l'.ll II llll iiirii), anu um lu x ui i uui ii;a in a healthy and prosperous con dition; will soon be ready lor admission as States. The President gives encourage ment to the. two rreat telegraph schemes and lavors a mineral survey of the Territories. Seems solicitous on the subject of li muce. The treasury note sys tem seemed almost unavoidable and has worked well. He seems a little restless ever the matter and Ions for a resumption of specie payments ami strongly fa vor some plan of eJfectini that uuMiiiuic wijui it ill Ml IJcal ui . . i , the oi'raniUion ot well guarded .1 ....... I I 1 I ......! .. ' banking or-j miations. rpi 1. A.p ) . .1 ii.- x ".v villi i. ui. uai uiu ii t lino , . 1 4 . . .. much more nearly sustained lt- . . . - . SpH the past year than ever be- i ' fore- t 1,ld a hcttcr jntron- a:'e in the lova SLites. has been , - 1 1 i l , 'oorc econonueally managed, and . .. , inore man an it nas been rcnev ed from the burden of carrying tue mans tor the insurrectionary States. , The puhlic lands hive ceased t0 (mv'G ot levenue and when the ho:u'jtead law comes into - " . elitrt, 1st ot January next, the sal (or cash can not be expect- The new department of Agri- culture is working well and.(v er riinate, Porter, Maid- III I . v' : . . . 1 ti 1. promiMii vaiuaoie ic-uns. Tl . C . i. . I I he territory of tne Lnitetl State, is looked noon as ndanted to be the Lome ol one national . 1 1 . ... ii latiniv, out u,-,i 01 tw; anu ne relers to his inaugural for the ar- j Winter varieties above named, gu meats agiinst" disunion as a I X t Koxburv Küsset, and thin remedy for the differences be-;.'" 1 ... twetn the twt sections at vari.j',st u'lH anuer c;t'0' purpose auce, and reproduces the bn - ; :.'uage of that document, because. as he says, he cannot improve it. Tiiis, and his emancipation s nropoais a::tl ar'Uinenis, .e, 1 t . 1 r t ' 1 sKip ior trie iireseni, not w lining to mutilate them and not naving room for a full survey of tho Tlit dogmas of the quiet past we shall save cur country. Fellow citizens, ice cannot es cape history. We, of this Con gress and this administration, will I T " i ! ne rcmcmLercu in spue 01 our- i icWvs Xo prrsonaWisnilicance, or insignificance- can spare one r M )(kcr of Thp trjl, throuuh which we pass will light ; s (W ; how dishonor. I to the latest generation. Wc say we are ior we union, l he world will not forget that we say this. We know how to save the Union. The world knows we i r. xi- ' "O Know now to save 11. e m sf AMA li A I . I 1. M j'vv mm m m . . and bear the responsibility.- In f , - 1 oi;i : ... wiiuiu nil m im 11 iiai u t: L,l 1 , ; aJ what we preserve. We shall nobly save, or meanly lose, the last, best hope of earth. Oth er means may succeed; this cnl not fail. The way is plain, peaceful, generous, just a way which, if followed, the world will forever applaud, and God must forever bless. what aim'm; tiii:i:s to 11. A NT. A correspondent of the Ameri can Agriculturist makes the fol lowing well-timed suggestions. Select none but well tried varie ties, such as are recommended lor general cultivation by the American Pomological Society; leave new and untried varieties for amateurs and nurserymen un til they are thoroughly tested., Do not be misled by agents or tree pedlers, few of whom are competent or reliable as advisers. Purchase none but first class trees, perfect in root and branch; inferior or defective trees are dear at any price. Plant liberal ly of choice varieties for family use the year round, and if animals be kept, procure plenty of Sum mer and Fall varieties of sweet apples for their use. For market, choose but few sorts. Winter apples pay best lor the general crop. The I3ald win is the best paying market apple; and next in order of pref erence is named the Northern Spy, Hoxbury Kui-uo (inferior in quality, but a lon keeper, and bears handling and transporta tion well) Wagoner, Swaar, and Khode Island Greening. No variety bears more uniform and I abundant crops than the Green ing, and it usually commands a fair price; but it bruises, easily, and does not keep well long c nougli to be sent to a distant mar ket in Spring, When the crop is Jarire, the Fall price is not usually remunerative. In many localities the Baldwin yield.-; as j well, bears handling better, keeps : loniror, and in winter command v7 tifty cents per barrel more. The beautiful Lady Apple, when well cultivated, hears good crop, and ; commands the highest price in New-Vork, London or Paris. It IJough, Golden Swtt, Summer 1 . ,,, , T . . c . , r",.,---., , Grvaen- t U .ICIM O'.lCTi, ui 1 ji ," . . ! saMf1' 1 all j'ippm Fameuse, 1 Twenty Ounce, Ksopns Spit.en- ourh, Talbnan Sweet, and the j for those residing near larg cities ' where they can iet fruit to mar- f.t ju baskets conveniently at ; a time of . - ,. I " Taif-n -u :?f r :i :u ia pui.ic io- ; Cii;;tit. lV.t caU rtconutn ji gin ral y'i-vAiu,;. I.ic : I iu favcrti rt- qioua it is a my tearer.