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CongrcsslonnlProcffillngs. Mo.xnAY. Mar 1?. SENATE. A communication was received from General Cast, resigning hia scot us Senator from Michigan. A mcssoge in writing was received from the President of IS Unitcil Slates, transmitting n memorial irom the government or the l.cgisia t iro of Oregon, ashing aid of ilio I'nitcd Statoa Government against th Indiana, and recom mending thai owl W given la iWe lleferred to the CumoMtirr m SliKurj A Hairs. On motion rf Mr Immftt rf K Mr IW ton was appointed VMtmm rf CVeieflln on Military A Dak, ra Aa ate af M la. r signctL Tie tit) la anad a art aaatrai a- 'a. transportation af the I M Male, rijp- countries, asr baker. aaaaM lixinrc n ivstwtaMrr lliaaial an lalnry rates of prtsta m Hi Mill 10 i ma rauniry. em. palest. IIDL'Sri A mmh was mmmmA h. ra. President respecting laettea .Isps iaiaasa la lis t-gun, ni rocnuwiHiug IM piatanl of tlie CfOirnimrnl. Mr lVvdrn of V. T atkrtl aW iW ttid not send a fwit at ear M (Via wi. a-tilaa consulting Cottgre-s?, as lie had teal a An k Texas. The President's Mcsss was isiViud to It Cotnmittco on Military Affairs. Trjr.spAV. Mar Jn. SENATE. Mr Atchison of Mo. introdw-l A joint resolution in fovea- of liming the prenent session 01 vongrcss on mo nrst aionday in Jiny, nnd of holding an entro scsoran, commencing 1111: met t'lumiaj' in wcioucr. Tho appropriation bill w as taken up and cits casscd by Messrs Atchison, Crittenden, West' roit, ami Webster, in tho alhrmauve, ami by Messrs Athcrton and Haebytn tlio Hepatite, af ter which tlio nibtcct was informally laid aside. HOUSE. Tlw Post Office bill was itasicd. This is tlio appropriation bill not that altering tlio rntcs of newspaper postage. The bill in fat or of tlio West Point Military .ucaucmy, witn some amcuuiiicnis, was pasmi Wrnxr.sDAY. Mav 31. SENATE Mr Sebastain, appointed by tlie uovernor 01 jvronnsas to nil 1110 vacancy occa sioned by tlio death of Mr Ashley, was duly qualified and tool: his scat. Mr Atchison' resolution, presented the day previous, rclatiic to tho closing of Uie present session 01 lyoneres?, was raaiie inc onier 01 tlie day for next Monday. The bill in favor of establishing a Territorial Government in Oregon, after some debite, was postponed lor consideration the next day. IIOUSL. The bill regulating ojotiitmcnta of Clerks, &c., in the Executive Department, was taken up, and occasioned n warm discussion. Mr Johnson of Tenn. favored the reduction or the salaries of Government officers, and talk' ed stronely azainst lawyers. Mr llainntons of Mo., ns A law or, defended that class of professional men, and alluded to iur ifonnson as a tailor. Mr Holmes of S. C. sold there was no neccs. sity of the quarrel between the two honorable gentlemen. One was a lawyer and tho other was a tailor : both were engaged in making SUH3. TitunsnAV, June 1. SENATE. Mr Atchison of Mo. was appoint td President of the Senate nro trm. Tin- hit from the House to refund moneys ndtanted for v oluntccrs was passed, after being amended to as io provide lor the jwjincnt ol intereit. Tlio Oregon bill was taken mi, and Mr Hale , imuii;,, iiis uuii-iiuim-iii, in onT uini nil qiies t'wn might be taken on Mr Weslcott's amend ment to adopt the till, as n substitute, rertcl from tlio Judiciary Coiiiniittt c of tho lust -(.ion. A long debate ensued, but no question was taken. HOUSE. The House (oiisidcicd tho Naval Appropriation bill. FimiiAY. -tun,. 9. SENATE. Mr Davis of Miss, presented from the armv the fh:? disnlavMl from thu HaU of Montczuma, on tho capture of the tity of intuitu, no uretu uiuwns luriuer iiimubel-ii but no question taken. HOUSE. Mr Edwards, from the ScleU Lommittce, reported a bill prohibiting the nn portntion of niltilterntod drug, which p.ieed. The HOUSE resolied itself into a Commit. tee of the Whole on private bills, and after some lune speut therein, a Ijourned. SATL'ttDAY. Jutm 3. SFNATE. Moat of the stolon nas si'iit in a discussion on the Oregon bill. Mr Under wood of Ky. moved an amendment, Knviiig tho wholo subject of slavery to the pcoplo ol the territory, at the same time l.o expressed the hope mat Mivv wuuiu proniuu Maury. HOUSE The House had un the Naiv Appropriation bill, but the debate nas on the Slav e question. CormpondcKt rf Ok A'ne York Trtbtmt. Scone in Ihc Scnali'. WAsinxnTns'. .Tunp 1 In tlio "Senate, to-dav. we hud a rith scone. between Mr Halo of N. 11. and Jlr l'oole of Miss., in winch tlio Granite State Senator came off decidedly with flying colors. Tho subject under discussion was the Oregon bill. Speeches were mado by Messrs llutler, Bagby. Wcsteotl, Bright, Hale, l'oote, &e. &e. h Air l'oote denounced the Wilniot I'roviso prin ciple. Ilceaid this was not the time to discuss it It might divide the country, and it might oven iieicat the glorious ticket which had been nominated at Ilnltimnn 1 'I'M ,im.n,mn.nnnt of eourse, was calculated to send a thrill of ter ror to tho hearts or tho " Democracy." Mr Halo closed tho debate in a very calm, dignified, and powerful speech. Ho said we were now in tlio midst of very important scenes. Slavery had been acknowledged ns a curse, cv en uy aouinern mcu. i erritones which wo are now ncfiuirim have taken us at our wnnl. nn,l I, starteddn their.joutli.by avoiding this blighting curse. Shall we. thcn.nswe take them inloour r,m!ll' )flnt(i tUm In lU 1.1 I 1 . . ,v , .. .u,:.. in mi; mum uiiu leiira con' seoucnt upon this curse ? In tho midst of his EDeeeh. Mr Pnntn ininr. irufjtcl him. and went on In of ilr Halo in tho Senate. II said the Senator from Now.Houipshire had attacked the Const!- union 01 mo union, ana .luid said ho was for a dissolution of tho Union. Mr Halo reblied that lie had said no such imng. jie nail said mat H this Union rested only on 'Slavery, tho sooner It was dissolved the better. 'If the object of our Constitution was not Liberty but Slaery,'ho did not eaio how soon it was crushed. As Mr I'uote denied that any rmo contended this was tho object of our Union v....v ..V ...im vjijuiwu-uu witn ior its disso lution. Mr Footo then proceeded to rebuko Mr Hale for making windy declamations in the Senate, .and gave lum a severe lecture on good brcedin" anddeTOrum. That a man -who has shown less of benatonal econim than any Senator in the body, should stand op as the mWotc of Sena tonal decorum, was certainly ourious enou"h, and required moro brass than I thonght ci en tho Sen ator from 'Mississippi possessed. Mrllalorcpliod to this'wilh.dignity, but with cutting sarcasm Ule said ha was willing to receive instruction from .nysource. Hedidnot object to reccninc les sson SenatormUligmtyen f,n the Senator Jroni lississinnu llo i-nnVi i.ii. i cm, that the Senator, who roved to quote poet Burns. When he next essay, to reprove any "v'.'""". r Ku'iyeciamation and pom jwsity, ho might well exclaim ' "Oh, wa4 some power the glftle Et, !To sec ourwls at libera see us l" tThis rcply.-epoI.cn with such dignity and appro- , ...w .. iait, giucncs ana all, in a roirof laughter. Mr Footo felt tho sarcasm wry strongly, and winced more under it than be i-rer did l.r 'Southerners and U atknowledged that Mr F. 'had got A deserved eaitigatiou which lie will not .toon forget. Ho attempted, to raise a laugh in i un,, javur, uu,,i ais-'no go. --CStjenTlTaviil Wallaco has been elected to Congress from tho 1st district of South. Carolina, In place of Hon. J. A. Black, deceased. lie is TOunr a L-aiDnun iioentoeo. Rrrirti Mi its d aal laiiny ft la,, wanfrtH'TlT'r.rti.pijitpy of the part yeartMl' s if asHwasi sb. 810 ! Intamf on Ui. tMf II TWfc ciely .osdrfWtl lU tjT t MM. inn I i-imm-iM-, pan m m iff mmmiKfg m aa 1'nrin School, and usher ibaiHalAi ftitr n i ami 1247 to seamen. It mta.4 i mn an independent Bible IVi tsm as Itaataa The American AVurnfnm Sm'trtf Im Wa a rxlstence 32 venrs, and the ntmtmta af iW 1im sear shown continual ana Incrraanw sna nii. 'n i i J ... Ilio receipts havo liecn $XI,lsM: lb mt SiC.s7B InMn-n IT,- i. a- ttwa i4m Uiantc of last year, since, allbonah W . i am pj, , sjooo more, tho ile- " aaa NtSt wre incivnsed in a still laiaajaasfiass. Taa msmlrof loung men ...i laa, a.)wlMl l t.an tho ' TV a ,li 1 1 f new ,,. t ' ' w) sW mm la4. 7 ,r . mi mm mm n - Hai I iWraI urlizans. Tim shameless ior i ft saiaii af sM sr. s ' aaaaai t&aaitit-il the honest and patiiotic por- mm aasataAk MM a laat'i m aaaa of aW famy, asal in tho Legislature, and in "mrmmlM aaasa TW t anaa,, sawsilisa. tWv lnvan Iml-nnn.l n.r,.m Aa4 atartttl rr mm m aaaaa Aa W Ian. av 0aa4 . IW Ciawi ii. 1 1 ssaaj a mi m4 rV a ma) rrpart, aaai Hn Unals lavaaar Oataaaaaa R Umwri m I V frmm isnti Tuesday, Tl'EstlAY Tit 'arvaaa Ti met, and was ad.lrtwl by llav. Itr llauat. lha Secretary. He said that this Srtrtr. iitwf Ik nine )e.irs of its cxittenre, had annuNyinmat ed its field of operations, and its hold on the svm pathics of Chrntnns, and it relrla-atej its pres ent anniversary under peculiarly eiHoum-ing nutpiees. Its t'ominittrn hail, during the year, aided the French Canadian Sutiilt to a greater extent than in any previous l car. anil emn'mnl an efficient missionary among the C0.000 French in New Orleans. In France, they sustain 80 laborers, colporteurs and evangelists-, besides many in other papal countries. Tie 3la.ackiuelli Heme Missionary Sucittu his collected S3I.896 in tho Stale ilurin,. il,- past tear, for the rausn of Homo Missions; of iiiiu-iiBuiu, rzi,joi nat oeen (lisinutlleil thrnttgli tho National Society nt New York, and the re mainder giien in aid of M feeble churches in Massachusetts. The National Society sustains 1000 Homo Missionaries. Tie American Unitarian Aisocialinn held a meclinz in the forenoon, and rliriml r.in,- In the nftcrnoon, tho Annual social gathering of Unitarian ministers and laymen, with their la- uivs, iuij praco. ivom louo ladies and gentle men were nrescnt. and after a pi.nimnt rr.flnitnn interesting addresses were made by a nuniberof ii'iTvus, nun appiunnaio nymns sung ny me com pany, aeroinianicd ti ith music from a band. In the owning, Itev. Dr. Dewey dclitered a ser mon on tho advancement of religion and the pro grcs of relieious freedom throughout llm world. The AVro England Anti-Slarrrv ."waVy com- iiivui-t-u a Bvnts tn niceiliigs. l,lniunil tuiney was hoen I'resident, anil n variety of persons, including black and white.male and'feraale, were o;iointeil Vice Presidents, Secretarii-s and Com mittees. Garrison, Phillips, Burleigh, Douglass, el iit vmne gen'u, acre the speakers, and the dis solution of the Union in order to get rid of Iho sin ot siaicry, was the bunion of their discourse. licv. Khun Sniallcy preached n sermon 1-eforo the J'a'loml Animation, from the text, "Make mil proof i.r thy Ministry." A conference of Jiaptist .Minittors was held, ot which an essay was read upon a " Successful Ministry." Aytn.NKsriAV. The Iloston Tract Society U auxiliary to tho American Society, and limits its operations to New England. It has ruceiud the tmst )carSI3,2t3 and emulated in Maine, Massaihusctts. New ll.imntli'np. unit t'i,Hi..r Vermont, s3,3St volumes, and 133,19!! psjrcsof tracts. The Society fur prem'ina Culleijiaii awl The otoyicnl I'.ilucation at the H'ttt bus been in ex- btenie four ) cars, lis averago annual reicipis iiiie iieeu oivi.uvo, wi.iiii na been expended in aMini! sctcn leiltlilll? siitiiiiariis and i iillitn nl the We"t,contaiuing,iit present, upwanlsol 1000 Blum-Mis. in iuiir oi iih'so insiiiuiiniis, very in-ti-resting reiivals of religion had been enjnved the past year; and freni the Seminaries, though planted but a lew years since, graduates were nireauy iouna us missionaries in the lour quar ters ol the globe. The American Protentant Societn hld a muni. ing, at which addresses were made bv Bev. Mr Norton, Ilor. Dr. Beerhcr of Boston, Dr. Winkle- m inn, pasiorot the Jlelormcd (ieiman Church, Mr Gonsaltrs.tho converted Portuguese Homan lalhnhc, and Itev. Jlr King from Dublin. 7 he Jlassachusctli Colonization &ciV(y held its anniicrsary meeting, at width Bev. Dr. Hum phrey presided, and the Secretary's report was read, its obicet .'in- to prove that tho great , . .w"iiinii in n. nisi pmgressing, and that it was tho pni io causo to which the slate in liu inucuicu lor ii s ircedom. The Siaxinn'i Society has been organ ized 20 ) cars, imd the rert for tho last year represented an i; reasing interest in the nflairs ol the Society, nud u ite ciidcnecs of good in llufiiccs from its management. TiiunsDAT and rniDAV The American Tract ! Society held a very largo and interesting meeting at tho Treniont Temple from t to 5000 persons were present, and eloquent addresses were, delivered by Bey. B. S. Cook, Bev. Mr Undol from Paris, and Bcv..Mr King from Ire land. Mr Bridtl aked " What is it that makes America so great and glorious ? It is Plymouth ItKk; ami that's what France wonts a Pit-, month ltock. Your fathers brought n treasure to that Bock the Bible. France wants tho Hi b e, Io mako herfrcc.and happy, and great, and glorious. Thirty yean ago, in Paris, some men went to every bookstore in tho city to procure a HiWc, hut could not find one ; and ct en now, for a population of thirty-six millions, they hod not nbote half n million or Bibles. Liberty without religion is tt orlh nothing therefore lielp us with the llilile. Mr King's remarks in regard to Ireland ncro also deeply interesting. The American Oriental Society mtt. Its ob ject is to pain and spread knowledge of the arts, sciences, language and religion in tho Eastern notions. The receipts of tho past )car wcro 8208 08, and the expenses 8IC0 10; balance in treasury 8108. A number of Interesting pa pcrs ttere communicated. A mooting in behalf of l 'oreiyn Mutiont took .-..lum ,iiu ininoni jcinnie; an immensu an- uicnce was tiresent, and tcry intei-esting speech es wcro made bv Bee. J. K. AViln n..tnn to Africa, Bev. Mr Calhoun, missionary to Syria, and Itev. I)r. Porter of Philadelphia. The Kern lintland Sunday School Union't agent has confined his labors prini'lpaUy to Mas sachusetts during tho past year; ho has visited 80 churches and 40 Sunday Schools, and preach ed 160 Sermons. J01 persons hato become lift members by paying 810 coih, and 27 have be come life directors by paying S30 each, within the year. The cash receipts, as donations, were S2323. and the sales of books, from tin de pository of tho Society have been greater than in nny previous year. Tho meetings closed on Friday. A few other than those wo bavo lmvph hkuti l rr i.uu during the last two days, but they were either of an unimportant character, or wcro meetings of ..v..v. uiiiEiuimui operation, had been previously mndo Itnown at the New York Anni versary Meetings, and published at Iho time Among the most -jrntifyiiig assemblages of tho week, to the Christian, were tho praj-er and con Terence meeting, held every morning at differ ent churches in the cily. The American Daitist Mittionaru Union re cently held it. anniversary in Troy. 'The Prcsi dent of the Union, Gov. Ilrlggs of Mimathusetts, made an impressivo and powerful extempora neous speech on taking the chair. The opera, tions or tho Union are prosperous, the receipts for tho lost year being 898,878 80. From let ters received at the Missionary Boom, since tho m11,vf'r)'i it appeals that eleven hundred and Jifty Karens have recently joined tho churches rnnneitrl with fl. A . .: .. ...... .... ..Mir, ,, nn iiii-kiiiii. mjmtrmy AaVtSsaaa Maiaal aa vpi tsaiii-iias .-rant mM a taufi 1 1 , -aaW aaawa - - - - f.i in. lH etrrttt naVatr. IsUv fa 1 , ' . . . . . wera fmeat, wi Ham rWx aaaaa Aa ar aa . - vTee I'reaalenHi tkay ! waxt aa aVaaasai 1 nu "" a ltaW with tho IttlbSa JtamaAt.. wlaVa, lyyf U.. af Was HlA lha AaaAaV aaaaaa aw . aw " BmliltUrts. FrM t, IM V ' " grafcrTt" sj WtrJiJ llrfV UTTTTl - . J?l -1 m-JT a, r I aS V "".Tl ' vw -".rrT. i llfl.aiteaa as. al very grrau Kor,,n aawt, linn i I aaaaa rax aw. a- M. ka . mm mm Uat -aa. -mmm mmm aatS isaaa ( aa asamH 01 sWaWn wr, U o.n.1 bunr olf the i fcolbi mlW to the ury ramfaaj (rtaVr aval otaW was! ska saaaai aaam. , aasasssHt a a p-saatsaaa Jsaaaaa ar a mt sskaV aa all tm f 1aV Palars TW Tsam waW In J n more i galea Ihttity. A trry revrre struggle t.4 aa4 W ata ax aaaaa aa. aaal mmrm aa , aajaaai asataaathv slsaaa laaasaWaa saa atlaaat ' as at I ifai h .aal aSM ,ja aa aisasal fc-aw an4 laa tn ass jlwai.il 4 in it ptr place at San Lmia an J Sab Moisiroa line I .. . . . - ! . 9 . . m. -' h. - w .m ssa. a av aaaas a a its saa aal rrraw ln-laa.1. abera ' Antirian rtawnamra ksiit four IsttlaJions at la i it ' " ' T . " " " "TTV- - - .. - w - - - ! 4talaa1 JiaWnai l miia to a Urpe rlt.it. for six I .our-, without kaing an In h of grooM. tolheUhsjiaHa, TVaaW. kaj mm mmf V KH V ' " t Wrt Wmsss CVlal tW krts-p 17, il in Uv Allligh boih pAttir. ..llim the adrantagr. traced lw k tfi iW ilwe W rW t . iiit.nl: rat iam awa aaa saaa W aw at a aawa a-. . .a.l pal (tatVo Meal lis 04 ! Hi M ir!ihin it tntut las rmredel that. a. the 1,1. ascendancy of the IaaaOjh ftarta ka 5aV Ta hail tn.il in that arty the iua ravtaaaslaat Tlie hanking po cr of the State, the pataV fail laf, ami all thu immense patronage of the 0- ' WYTint, wh llllKrUIlUIUUSir IISVU l l"Mta-t! ur l. i. taaat . . ' mil tiraiiTiiiig were ncorii, kytU junto in Albany, aai eaartraUrd iho I- ttmajtk al 1 Mams At skat -aa the gSAStal Vauaiist lasa, utly ( lh aaartral at W ihe State, sial Whigs ami iHMtfi-rlnl I ft-clcd portion of Ihe atrty wentsWa teals, and the others the BsyiiAy. TW Haa). leal, continued their war upon the increasing vigor, ami as iMr nwtina am Lat ter tinderstoisl, they rveritnl incrtswftl aapfwrt and t) mpalhy from ihe mattes. Tho next great victory gtined by ihem was the creation and adoption of tho New Constitu tion, in 1810, and tihic.li was arhieicd by lias joint action of tho Whip and lUlici's. In the mean lime, the breach U-tween the two seetions of tho Ioeufoco parly had n-sullnl in an open, bitter, Irreconcilable warfare. Tlie Urgency, by way of derision, termed Iheir opponents "Hart burnrrt" which the latter rclorlol by duhUng the Begency " Old Hunkers." In the Lite Bal timore Contention, J. C. Smith, a Barnburner delegate, and an eloquent and talented voung '( man, gate an amusing and correct account ol'i the origin of the name applied to thrm br tho Hunkers. He said tho Old Hunkers, liks rat I iu a bam, hod got pmsession of all the patro nag i and emoluments of the State, and were rating and wasting it as rats will do, that he antl bis friends hud burnt up tho old tarn, anil il-ivnn ihem all outof iheirnesli and hiding-plarusmid had thus obtained Ihc name W lUrnliur ner I." There was striking significance in the mi iia ri sen, for Ihe adoption of the New Contli.ut"fin completely dcmnlislird ihc sj stun of iJlr jnnge and official bribery, by width the Begem 'sad so long ruled tho part; and the Slsle. Among other questions un whith llm B;.ni- buriiersand Hunkers dllfrrttl, was the Vil mot Prot iso principle" a free soil for a f.t pw pl" for, alllioiigb wlrfn first bi-nnghl fortfahl Ihe principle rcieivttl the nndiviiltd U rt of Ihe whole IxstiftHO party of the Stale, vet no sooner did the slate drivers of the South ilf noiintc il, than the Hunkers, whoso uliiical printiples are alw.tts made sulwrtitnt to the union and ascendancy of the party, fc ed right about, and obundoncd the free soil pri neiple. The Barnburners, however, rcraained faithful to their principles, and stood up for Iho rictus of freemen. Mr Van Ilurcn on this qui sti n was truo to the North, and on account of it vras de capitated by the Iioeofoco Conicntinrii of 1841. Silas Wright also refused to abandou it, and al though he secured the success of tl io Slavery candidate, by consenting to run for C ovcrnor of New loik in 1811, jet when re-hot tinatcd in 1810, the Hunkers generally opixjsci I him, and elected the hig candidate. Such in brief has been the origin -and growth ol Ihe split in the Locofoco parly of Now York, Ihe crime of Ihc Barnburners eoiins s in loving "Homo lieltcr than Ctrsor." Thcj- prefer to adhere to principles rather than par .y, and it is but justice to them to ray, that "hi Ic in power under l,ov. right, they relused to nvad thenr selves of the influence and pntronogi whith iheir ascendancy gave them; end although UicIIiink- crs, with a looseness ol lalitical prim iuc necu' liar Io Ihem, have frequently oficrtsd luiillowthe inllucncc and patmnago of powej to tnuro Io their benefit, praviiled they wotdd return to iarty allegiance, Iho bribe lias U jen uniformly and scornfully rejected. Tlie Bar ah nrncrsjinvc our sympathy and respect. Thoryliold an ele vated Mition higher and morn honorable, in our opinion, than either of tha great political parties, it is the more conspicuous and noble when contrasted v ith iho corniest of iho I.oco foco leader, iu other States of lb o North. Here, for instance, ns risen here, the Wofoco State ond many of tho County Conve ntions,hoc pass ed resolutions, declaring that no candidate for the Presidency can receive tho vote of Ihe party who is opposed to tho principle of the Wilmot Prot iso. These resolutions wcra a tributo to tho masses of tho party, whose opfni'tns on the sub ject are strong and decided. Y'H no sooner is Sir toss nominated, who, to gum (southern votes, has openly denouueed tho Witiiot Prot iso, llian tho parly papers cruelly deso- t their own oil', spriug.tho Wilmot Prot iso resolution, and break out into hosannas to Cas and Slavery. t as there a man of that party in this State of stiHicicnt independeneo and fir.nncss, to toko a bold stand in fat or of "free soil for a free peo ple, no would rally around bun no many that there would not bo left for Cosi nnd Slatery a corporal's guard. The masses of Iho Democratic party in this Slate, think and feed strongly upon Iho extension of slavery, and tlsey only want a leader to set them in motion. They may not find such an ono now, but they will eventually. as mo Jcw lort l. icnlng l'ost I ins justly raid, the time will soon eomo when the enemies of slavery of nil parties will stand ujion a common platform iu determined, uncompronuiing hostil ity to tho extension of slavery. The sooner the better. 63" The Portuguese Government has appoint ed a commission of seven members to inquire into the best means of putting an end to slavery in their African colonics. Hero in America, it is " treason to the Constitution" to talk of limit ing slavery at nil I 03" The Locofoco journals say General Cass has never tasted spirituous liquors in his life. That's an excellent recommendation for Presi dent ,f a Temperance Society. ti.arSiraV .araaia "aiaanil n ajaaajaai af a an.. J a l&m ftsiasMtolkl I E! Wa- aaaa af Ij!.. ate. a I my aSjaaaa- t Aa mmmTmm et aaav -Oaaa i r!" ' . I saaaav a aa aaaa raaa 1ti Mam W Ahl.asiati aW aaaaaakaa. aaaasaln aaaaa was n.4, Ut f. talk aaaf a. trresting asal litararsiass. h ataaaa my m -m. temptilJe tfWeey j aW nm nought to tie in rtaaaaaiaaa tm a a aax ..,l,il,;i. iU fa-intr wa wkarh aW aV.. Dcmo.-rnrv rrc marched Asal ioanlilii.ai h I as Ihe onlers ii Southern (lato-drlvra Mt t i ham sutttim a deservedly high tluwasta as aW 17. S. Scn.ne, and is a faithful and tatrDtaal rta rescnlatitl of tho Green Mountain State Tsi"Tiiii;r.i.oT lUitnoAii Coui-axt wb aajajaawal as Winrhester, on Saturday, 3?lh nK, - hav af Jaoaa II. Fuller, Vm , of Kratns. IV.. - mm Fa. A. ilk lloyiten.cf llins aafa wot ' ' i in af tm n elasam. aasMaw awa. sa -a -aai asSi. aa art as Taatv aw Aa I MaaVnl kaa4 . TV Ixaks as il itfalsa aa aV sawi m I as safi As K i mearii ran asaaV FlKt im Niibsmiisim TW 1, aaaf ins to Means Paraaaa k SaSASssa, af .ViiAVi n Mass was dtstsuyed W V tat Sasaaetas laL Ixhi ukl la U t (AOS . m AMCnmirjtia tij ma Curitt Uainz to tka sbaawra f tW 1'iaiAar. iW arrv of artieles on this naljart win U laii a lii Iur a aUnrt lime. Bustox MrsKt-x - Wa iavit. rW AaVataav of our ,tan ,..,Wc Urf. ton Moaeaiu, In tkaa par. TW saataaKaWM contains, iirtibaMy, as trrat A aaeiata af mmm mens ol q usmruaalt. atraa. rrpssata. mvimm, mm er.lt, shells, nrMara. kt , s .ialiia, ;ratiiip ami stMaary, m any la SW We tl ank tla, aauiisasr for tW caul us, and IW free l kn et asouaieti are thu jaelairsaH tiaaatan-d tororrrataawl aak sueh rala1fMi Fot iiTit or Jt lt 1'iciuaiAi. HaatHta Jus vvilAX-WaWa it Cm, rf Na Vask. kasr sent us a copy rfiWar Jablee t'r tl rr ' ntlWa ju iuuetl in tonsstrtnafatioa rf I W glatlaa. ak It is a abeel of ihtilaiyaal JimaasaaM, asal 44h . With magnifa-eafengiatlnrat aiawaaf tW Saaaa pnnniiirM uf wkirh are a Stent Inafa n. by the great Prssa-h srtaH Gatarai. aaairaatiaf the JfoayarraaV Omit us lrw A far i' in jli rf the original roagji draft rf iW IkalsratW. rf li . 7t a ., 'T"" Indepoodeaee. wh A uU sWilm, aaai. ,. losnmittee, in tha luutdwritiag rfaaok TWaa with forty or fifty jWt tptrkral rafrsrlasja .4 it,., r . . . , t.i . it l , . " sa it.- n-.it.-. t .i . t . i t,. mmml 'm 'unit saaajasaa aVasa. Was. tMAAaasAaaafalaf Asa , a aas j nn 1 1 aa Aai I awn aVaas it araau BllSAaiiA Taa cotemig a sartxra or seven ajaair faat, aiaia , "wartttj as. In assVr la roll a General rf his rJ TIa.i .i . . l-7"B RnlL-oid to trslwithta-e an..,. 1 ,1 -Four IW.. .Wrflrfd-ja , riZTji.rtjTtr Z l'un WUu7,Uftn. t J Aioeriran autrauxn. lUatrn aavncial tm. ! ... i.. is n , inartsua. M. Uarbrs ofirr msir frunless at- ...u ...u.v, iiuimiiuii jr iwi Etrmrj mmy ara aa re auuratt utusaru to a mwtary inquit should lute a sopy. TW wire It efttt III rt. ' ". was a jrrat sclf-MrrioVe. lUal nrrtL-.lv or 10 are rent by msH far $1 The Ah rait ax Piiai..tittxiicAL Jofi fur June came punctually is hand, sWanag W - nunijr .o. 3 is wall uVsejopnl cat IW ptaV liihers' heads. It is Interesting antl iaatraasjia as usual, anil efnt.inssirirsit,dranTt4r, saat biography rf John llantard, iaiuUr rf 'Ja- mmt panorama of the MWiaMptii riier; Trailearira of Phrcnulogy iqion ilaac who study it; JSaatsa lions of Ihc I.a rf Kinslsns ; TW Mufl rf aa Indian ; Organ rf llraertoWe; Nulaaaa Faa eination; Progrewion a law rf lkiga. loaas rf Miaeelhtny. We ilu.II gite tW sssroud arlirir a place in our columns ere hmg. I'ubbshed by FoaWrs & Wells, 111 Nasi street, New York, al SI a jeort AdisrouM one-half inaile to clubs of 20 or more. ffS The Kdinbmyh and llsarniasxr lUmt for April, nnd fJ.WoW J.iyirie far May. are received. From some rf them, we hate ta ken tho lilvrty to quute intrrettiog ettrsrl. 'Ilicre is no source whatever from wlkh a ksaswl edge of the (lasting etents of Kumpe. And rf sta general literature, may I rasllj- learned ; ami they Are republished at lea. lhao half tW tM i Euroiie, by I Scolt & Co., rf New York. (3T Miss Maria MiuWIl. rfNanlorkrl, a laavd aslronomer for a wMnan. Ami the diarmrswrf the comet which Wars ht-r name, was laU ty t ho se n on honorary mtmbcroflbe Ana-riran Asa-I-emy of Arts and Scicm rs. She is iW first lads in this country alio has M such an honor mmv ferred uon her, and lh..re hate U-rn last iwu similoreases in Biirope .sinjfrfj JUU-. "'ta .viaani is is the' sex had no right to soar abuse be. eg kitrWa1 " -oteil nstronoiucr hr a woman !" As if iW iiruuges, parlor playthings, or fancy gmdi rf, Woman should be encouraged lo make SMrtaifir ottainmenls, to store her mind with knnaMg , for is not her mission on earth a subline and lofty one, that of developing, (raining And jr fecting our raeo? C5" Since his nomination to the Prvsldearr Gen. Cass has resigned his seal in ihe I'. 8. SrsV ntc. Ha does n't sIkjw muth winlara. In dW garding I ho old proverb tint "A bird inlW hand is worth two in tho bush." .pTho Connecticut Senate has mnrtiirrd will. i Iho House in the election rfl loo. linger h.' Jiiiiuwin ami lion. Truman Smith, as V S. Srsi- idora from tliat Stato. lliero was aca. tiou to Mr Smith, arising from local raiua-a- ss-v u r. r.vr. : lion, Ilarrv Hibbanl will tml.U. it a o"...:. '.7 . -."i ui.it . roruair. in onier ia AVhinr.na'l i i -.iimviij, micro nr. is lite I .-...ui lor uoternor. gyHon.J.,Pii vvt.1- s, llvn In rv .,,"v"! !.""." w'"at,.a-i mo In Congress from tho district ronird rf! indsor and Oraniru counliri in Ibis Stole, da-1 rimes a rr-eleeilnn. I CCcd Air Al n.,. i ;,', " v rcusior iruw 4cw cmuato unit uir rxtmurti conse- vvlli"ro', legislature of tliat State met! 'fenl on Aruy life. TW sotood Pcnnstlitmia oo Wednesday, tegi.rnt roui.ted oiriuaIly of 113." nwij ou- rrss- ii v , 77T. '. 7. " ?.'e?,", ''' no fewer than M. i;H""f- a.yaa aW a , ak.aa mm i mmm aawaaajat. mm t m R. aa m mm m, mm Mmm. Ik mm mm,m mmmtts m mm aaal i aan af l rt t Vm faavar tsar, th tlaetueilA by Mr Poll. mm mm thr lowest and nmaaat aaifaaS TW Hal a Mi lion of it was, In oroVriwj kWs v mmw W.saiaffafai.tren before lie had mo aa -a k. A. ai a aatt fWl IMrisWlH' UrJN Van ,' lbs eWreiu of New YH - - . a-ai A, - laao'lia afMaM of him. am - tm m. , m. a; l.a thert, be . ,- a.. taVnaaVAjtAl I'AaAsl as aaa aaaaava ri h sansVa . aa a aaa. aVasa -i -- aa. kmm) m aaaajav as . - .. a aa" sil saw ! W sasaa aaa aaaaaV aaaaaaaaa a aaa av aa I aaaVay Aaaaasa 4saa mt4 aa aa aW 4a i af ass aaa Saa FaaAaa AaS .ax. taW aV tsawaat aais Wa. at aa ts m4 af ia a W i In iiaa in. a aV4 aaai t. as I aa tka aSVra.ia af aVa. aa af iW r? nV aataW af ail tW kM a as aa uw a attat iui aaavW ast.-. J .T . ' "' JV "t"" H i4iiafiia lie man 4 i-tar t fk Ar awH ia EWataiW'.aa W cat rW (aftsaaiaai ' mnm "m ,w satoaaa a nfcaaliy.. ' ' MuTaVa. W't 1 mu tWaaa uaal ay la aW aaaw awtsau aataaar, wuastl) tW liliajapa Sa aaa ', , ', , ,f . I 1 ' ' """ " riasee are taw lamsst kVat rtrka as ia rasnM-al,T- lU (acta, r. W IsaaaVat al.sw. la ordass. umarVsltJ by a graat aaal taraaaioas iMrat, w Wa sa iW au ail rf tW ant WtaWt p -ibir IriaasaaVs. awl ar-wal. tW awaa sagnii. " rf tWaa aaaaaaara, aha, as tWs ra4d at pvtassl iW lawaV rVtaa aaVsitaa tans iW uV tt tied laanlt. Imm Mt If bait ibraa fnaa kiwi as i wa. slual wi W rraaaetL Wa katr rarser 'i wan any ikeas; tiW k ia rH or nsikiary hia I. ry. Wa kit sst USarr sr a Congas ror ' Statijia Mliaai Ikaa aarakiacly and alnUaJy ataatrtl. tl i. taat n (Wl aa LhaWImi r-.l as' fafraiitatla, tul dfa lajaMirr, bat we t: atstatrd b aar luala IInUn. L. j 'ashuajuau. hi taelrr la aff.td a eax far J ""Plseg Usn rf Us eausMsad in Mssire, sul J",0 rt.,f 'TMJ f'm A I irtgn seal to tWa I iHId Slates, i. ki-M up to , tn w r V' as gmitngs iWt tU te4 fain auuld gjie ' ...a im tsastaanstA (reaaral axt Ikreuebnut al.s.W.W to. lorn adtrable, and Vat mr. mmn: . , lsj v t aj r7tfm WJ IBIVUTUnUK To lease a K u ItUata a r. aaltlAg 1 .... acre in ttea; I "fierstasilk Aa iw,wwln span a Get a boa.- nlt fwah is Ibal rf loo suecrasfully and NithtVtlly rrsstn his rountry. was lad eneoeh: ' it An ii.titiUt.u Io rrurily bin on his ritvm tMor.AUit when in iW tnalst rf jopubit Iwnurs, m a Ullle lotrafcoot uot to b by etrrjU.ly raderslnt!. lnrral Seolt, however, reWU ml ji the ksatl agsiost il all He ml mill to Ihe - ire in Im rear" aiih tha is ror roolnrat as to . tcrtay'a tin in fnatl. He otcwlrd all pub. ' I reretilton. ia Ituunlrlphia, IkUtimorr, and VaihingVav. He was in court at I'rtdcritk U- rr tirnensl llllo. got tWre. 71 sulordino li so, tW tulaii-hui, the srlf-sarrifir late all blrn so oihrursUe tUt ail parties appreciate it. iiu w.it aatrr or mer rvwarti ive crrsf nrtor. .V. 1'. Kiprtu, id itt. Tut Ciirmu Militant. AiiKn,-,i iLh I asments of Irinilj fhurth-yanl. New Vwt.ii a laiwttDirnt jjst rrsKlesi ly lus c I eurt.uatiiui tit Irinttr..!,.,!, tn ,S . W was killcl nu Inard tin; frigalo Chewpetke, iilllostin Boy.duiing tWbul war. IbritJealhe aiMiununt, wbitli it rf brown frrestoar, rrpre- iiiuiif a MtvutHHigiia on au otnosg liase, tburv I lie bean pi owl around it i-ight siae ian, with their uiulrs urnrard, ra h carry mx a loll, a ui all ciane ml by iioo chains. We, m tvtMioon with every inly rlic, asluiit CaiiL I.vwKnce to liavo lvn a gallant fellow, Ad be lAiy. ftAaght we kWw, Wve ta-eti at ttul A Chrtttiau a. a aariior by prui'etutm ran lr; hot those tt'oo-iaainltrs tiiust rut rsthers arer figure jail in tlaisludowrf A'.lmrrh nam. a I sfler tW " blrwl and huly Trinity." How dors this innport wtih tliat portion of 'the Kpia r jpol ten nr. in Ibe uto rf hkh tlie uu-ubrrs attliat el."h .ra from Sabfulh Io Saubalh, to hi deliirsrd frtan -Utile, murder, sad sudden drolh" Osa lie IVairie. GliiKioi Wak We lid a siait on Frilay f.san Mr J.un Tbmntaon, late a Semeant iu i-tan isirti.ura i laanpin, late a rtcrjeai lepilsrs. Wt now dia-hargrd her ki i . ct. itrguurt, n now uia-bargesj tn-Auso j f iu wuut.iru in .inc oi ino balnea in alex- a at i4Uuuu Turn rnan farther duly. He wi r ripNeu iy a ImII thrrxigh Ilr. rj, and la, on, o tiliiah-d and kit head acievlifieAlly laid otn kjr a sa'jre-cut wti h barely mitml killing him. u, being no longer "AVAilable, ho was sent adrift, with An alkiaaueo rf one tent a mile iWrewiih loiviLe hiswaylioar, ami a ps.isioo afaar ilollsr. a inmth iWrcailer. The gtnlle- KQ alas tuaan Wars And tell tW country how - ploriou." tWy Ate, sole tlwauvlica frutu 8r P0 a yrar dowu ta (Vl fr week, wiilj 40 rents . ...v i..uih tun nicy vott loo men lllio stop tW hulh-U And bluat iLo al.rr-r-l... ahr etnl a milt tvlnviJlfl. a. lu-n i -1 . ""' Io liioon! sGIory' for : .Va- J art Tnbune. l'lAst: t'a tiik Stfortn.--TW number if '," r I" ,n '' " 'a terialTl in bat- Iks. bears no nmtnrslon ir.il,.. . I. !.... r.n... .t.t. ji ..." "T". . .... -n "hi ;r-'t tii ihthi. r aw rata, antl ailhoUjla It ipis ottvi id naariMi, tea number wu rnluml "unlu,',,u.u..A 'W tll ipisiHiuiasmu Apni lost, when Ihe null iitmnvni was at Saa AsvgcL This had bees ipirtinsqi was at can Asvgct Ills lud Wan mused by death, deaertion din.r. TJi lit 1 n btwialalL in tl,. mt.l r 1 . . t,. onion, civcharee. ami Lit '1I..L. road from A era Cms u aW staaaaaf l i i mm m at tatassat aBsa aa.' aVaa saajftaf aauaav asa. m m ' tmmm sain rm aV aV aaar atsal W maiatsj mmm mm tmttm aa aa SBAaalaaaa i .ajii .a ms af laa i a) AV-a aa efSjniA- ffa ts mmmm) IM 1 Alio never U4ur kaaran sub shabW nn. i j .a use jiiasaacnust-iia ll.rrl. iMUt IVn lurtfr. JUMtirjU. Of TMK UU AltA. aft a. Mara. iW IM T T I rMaynnn. V "JT7 7 .T i m Itli UfV I Mi Msl assasaa4aatsw M Sjtvntir. M ii 4. isavr j Snanliy, liy f"'4 tjwa"e TJa ! - . r- - ' -i ; swiW ilanaar Wr fwaaay. it 10 '..' M"1 asaf liapia Met lis M la Hi W tr al 7m- jijaAHa sVam AatA af it week aaaaaa Hss m, m UJa. H Oaur. ayl 6MO af lasasaa V. TW shsty an aWat i. now Marat, aaal aai saw t 1 IM par Ni jm astaw as a-aaV. ma AsTaaa- ml rasnalKetatt-tz ta ah Nsifrmlas; aa Psitiament toaa a 1M VasantM P m.m asatfiialii. aaa.isat.il nh Ilia aaaV. aaat m mm aaal Wk fstUasVa mM W aj)iiini an Hill aaweaas. . Wl tW aMA aa awAaaasst, W Wt.ati SraaV iW hf mmtm' mmm. sis. 4 fcaaa Asia. Asms, m IW Wim mmm af AiLiali a. aV islif , m W tf ' lafcaUl ash! aaar iaiail trade, seal ftiimaai aaaW aaassal aaaaa iW ft. ffAaiaaas mmm AVat i Ufa aaa aM vm aaaa as mm m "aaitAal laJir aarsM af rasa - ftTMa aaaaaaaatAa Jl inairfs saaaH av tMsiah taaartai a mmm mmm I ssaTA. aaa a W nan I aaaaaa at 3kaslft gilai ia kaa Waai Ms - . V Tm lusawal r Ms assry aaf AW.a mt mmm at aW aaUts atiaaiiiya a. om taaTaaaa aaaaAafAato as raw af mr- is aaa k UsssaH aawt eWmikaal IVa-UatL llpnuas ijl (I ye m af aV ym ar H fitwr af vW win a ail at. s4 af IW Mitaawg per it, WW fs t mmt taJii aa iW tit-sire ta Aloid apfcatiea M I mat. atsas miaV uonart ntiactlt nm ata leasts; aaafiattaffd ssa.(hbiM-iBg tuusMH. law 1 AstburUi'i death (fcrmeri) Sr AWi- asj w IVrtaf) eaestef ntssth resjrrL Taaofhis W Um aers-ASstl WHwn im ust two I mm) AtlMrana srqatrrj a iTraitalien i a kt i .aaiiaisan wrtli Mr eluter aM Ma 'a I SaawaaVary qaaHsao. Tlsaar ax atafa sa iW atfaset w ta Aaaaaalaac aaamalaiii af aavaa aaaral. aaaasaaaa . mwm saa ' - , , m mmt , a saalaaa'. - - a4 fai saa. a aaaa a aaaaa aaa a r Wt as aa ma aa . lb aaaVAaat .- aa. I "tt.a I hi Li at . aw m mm mi aWaag anaias aaaaaaa Mat I aaa aaaaa. at a W saaaa aW U aaal t aais. Ira- a, Mas Mat sasaiaa astVr lark IW aavnl ir ' mm aW asat lasitiltnsi, tar tW msabaia teatler I sa atasa nana strua opeai lor rtiunai aaa :rer- 1 isaata rm tsv ha. ina aa aa. -faaaas. paasaaVJ sat asai laa as aas aasar. Mr waa raaa- mmmTmm jjafa'las' ftrmm Ma4 WkVi Mrafc1 Im W mM -n-w MMfftbrt iImi m 4 FVtVBaTplwa- aA 99mt0mmmyu9 wfm99 laav TW IsaUta Mai AAtaniras list tW Qaern ' trrr'' U wt1lnP1 Iofj' ,uk ,,Amr, isrtaaats aa .(Ml Iral.r.) in sl.t ta. awatht. ,5m'm.7 '"Ur- ' WV l rrs r-j- ... . ... t . , ley As Homes, frwn tbrir eileiite qvarryis v lT'ZUs ' Ite? " ' "1 '" ,UU!uHatsd. Vcnitoot-sonte fifty feHlrlow the sus i. A",'lr- ""J"1"MrT . fare. TU quarry has been wo.ke-1 slant ikm rT IiL T i ""r1"' years. 'IVt.' is tW Urge it U'ork rf martJe ,r ltLl.J 1 '.V "V iTv" "'r" '1""J I tU eoSntrv It wrigh. W ZTZ.J"?? 7: Thcrttolatn. ' wW ,L i( lndahite as ih. tt 1 ?Wf ?JTXtr RJ'"',.lbut 1. AmrrieA.ltcioaltoAny eat-rbroor Hh-L ? I 'UmW t"reT' n 'Y1' f"" I" Tfit" rrii". takes a high ,-olF sasr.redr.1. lm ltl,e, IlUoquf, Borbes afvj iMr cUnutta snurli Wtter this las ""rWTnlw'HaTrflWN.tKa,.. Aasaau- My. be, .esusei. on Md.y. the ;..!.. ..LI. I. I. .n. .."i... j...i ailtia-e, and pnrUmed, saudrl Vrsnlir ApiJxDae. that rssrtsan vsra roftrrvWaaa a aas tvm. Kal au4T . rears a la aU U Imn1 s air nth tar ihc benrtit rfila working clssaes. TW jsviw tnrn injwtu mai ixH.it itixoc tinff ..rJed Mincer rf Labor, and h,ir, tJr5 I VI , . a a . ... , " 1 TCu.n 1 ""S" myr,lrtc-! hilr,4,rdto appoint A CWailtre ej 18 ,0i & "'"J U? wiw. oscrtlrow tho poveniment, Ut invlWr'hAve ,,U " " Jtn,f "SL hn srreatrtli-lWir rrUtion u it no being fuh 1 ' lM7 ' ty (alnablo and opr. tin attempt ws male U , rA.MBiis.oi tui Wrr 'Vua . !(. take I-rdru ltolhn into euslwly, but it wot stay-. ."ir,w 21 Jt,, inJeeJ," cstlAi'mrd on old ma i ye ed by Umortine intert.-nlion. Icri,v or, tha Letit, .u he passed A large lot J The Pat aaiA!. a.xd Daxisii ... Hos- Inrrels surr.oe IVar iu Unded, upon li tiHtiea, for A Una? t leAil, have Wert smpemh-d, ! I rods rfwUchappMred the above brand. Tt. sml fnti hopes Are entertained rf a sarrrsrful . tears back." excbuirl he. "th-rountry srotisrl mrdutian Wtwrrn tW two Wifigrrrnt part'sra ( Wsirie IhiCliieu wa. s wiUrneta, inWAilrd lr Wing effected Should tW prtent Allsa.pt I llo wild awl rovinij sasnre, Al at list place I snautTcatfuh Swe-kn and I'tnsau: its preparrtl then Jd tuur at JIJ ,d Sil par barrel. aiuV lo suport tlm lhnes againat the imj. ioi. rf the out difficaltr. Now after tie. lapse ol oaly Jrs I'lajsiaj the lurmcr bj Anns, tbr lorter ty suj-1 vrars, PrainA DuChicn ia souling Hour to fit -ying IW sinew, rf war. ) Loui, jjj Minn it At tt" Trolr, this fa Iltrrs fiwu JUmlairgh rf iW Hlh oil. Are , grcit country St iiiais .Vs .".' not toinrable. I'ruwat cavalry ml infantry, i .mlrMtrn. Wronsjel, have adtancnl fsrlLrr in-1 A IIau Ci-s An ialatriou Irish woou a to Jutiimt The Swedish Goiernmrnt serai in in N.w York ritr, who tiy hard labor and rcea earncst in tW causo of Deaaiark. A credit rfi"nj luw ssied isoo, wbsth lor severity she a ,000,000 bamxs dollari has been unanimously I wayscarricd with her. on Monday wnk ssrrted is -I to by tha cnnuiiittre towards I W enrrent into an auelioo store ic Canal streel. whta ler t siMrnars, prakt-t was pi, Led rf the stole unit IW PnraaiAX PoLAXik Tha IWti insunro ixiveriiiir tier loss, she immediately ariied a maa am in the Prussian previuts of IWa srrms lul "tatulljg near, but tlie 3toney wai Irsntfrrml Is lav at an rrtd, by tW giving uprflW insurgents, 'in syromiilK, And lit the etriiripet hot h tf wkw hose Isnwsl a trtaiy wiih I Wir eenquerors. niped. Tbis nwi was Conns! la shout su hour otaua oi it is rest aiTuonts, noa'cver, rrprescnt I W insurer lam as si resiling, and that v ariout lands rf insurgents Wd appeared m tb'lfcrrnt arts of tW proline. It spprsrs certain. nanigu, uwt iur main ixsiy bail csraiuuitM, and that the real base no settled plan rf Action. The opinion pains ground tlist, tho Kinperor i.f ltusMA will ro-inttgnle IVand as A separate Monarchy, under hia aon-'u-law. tlie Duke oi JtKhlrntrg. In this cirnt, IVisatii will run "r iirhar Sin. im cuancr ol losing Dsnliir . . ..a.. ,. T l t .!.. ...... iiutnj urr i.ii iirarrri wiui me, 7. I , It.nes: jut Buvia will U ian.l.,1 in mh.i. il.;. 'about onollurd insuivtd. Forty famDies trt ioa--lo'fc.rtl lur orponsrily tn riis.U her to se- cure for herrtlf ilaae important ports in tl nmrt s n t imn. In t V. JISlllO. Itaty -Tlta stisncnsion of iha Pitrw. i...- poral pnwer continues. All l'. ministers ha.1 st errtlr left Bnne. ond a new Cabibet hast bean ft rmed, bnt Ihc Pope's r-gon Asarrts that it has nn officii! charartrr and Lt unat,ilnril Tl.. il partition! rf f.Kin AlTsirs was iettnl into two, rrrlesiAstieU an 1 Irurorat; (Wind Orioli piTsidciloteriheformcr.aiid lWrMjrthct - II ovtr Ihe Utter. lsme wa. In a Irtiwiad rUleat lout dates, sod the newly p'jied Ministry sremed lo W in Iha diarharge rf ihe duties rf their offices, whtith 1 1 assumed or I lot. The Mini.ttr ol" the InttTi- "r aiui tairn ircsston oi the nT gates .uid '' t palace, and decreed the foin.iik'in rf a corps uf reserve rf600O men. Tl.e Austrian Ambov MiW ls received his potqr Is, nd was to tears IlorN on IW lh. AlsTnux Italt - The wsr in Aaj;riin lb ly is raging tiiih reneweil fury, and snow) se. vra eneacetoents hoe taken nlsco. I-ii... written on U4 night ot the Clh iuii, rroni the WI quarter, of Ch.rle, AlWrt. King rf S7 dinia. Announce that A t-real Ullle b.,Til ..7 .:,. it . ..tv. r .i. ..I .... f dinia. Announce that A great Ullle had ll.al day Jawn fought la Ailvonre rf ond under ihc woli rf Verona. Nearly IW whole of iho Picunon teso army had been engaged, iKnluqio as minr 1- M.pOv menI while the ustrisn Ibrre Mnri yd did not MiiuWr leu thai 20,000, The oh rct rf Ihe Ktnf was la iK-tn,y tkr Held works Mrmimewti BiaiVe wltWn A few days t ffl."l5 ,l iTJL T. LVTj Ula. atamie distanra fruw VBU Fianra. iy4 lio mttrmtrU in esery llt tU A ! trians ha-1 lann tj.v , mi ifi mU. - ,Mf -(M k re ,j ,rroje.l, aw (u I IVdmontrae army wot tloao lu the walls tf Vk Iron a. 1 -rv. !.,.'... r.-..li .lit. ..i lsustaiMtlseriloi. General Sallu was kilt raonteso hotl far tlie aAvantaexi in numUrr iU I tietory is on the side ijf tlie Austrians. A ad evcNs, it iur been A revere ebcrli to the Pied- son Sop. Id other parti f th country, warlike orr. tioor acre going on with different results. TU Italians am lettering rrscmers; u ioji-h ' urriiMl Manlao. and the Ncsiobua amadron lias iliarubaiktd 4000 men At Vena. i n Jialy it indted In sriis againtl Ansttia. V I be (Vtemiavtion to drno her Irom thtir ontt. M wit I lie a.IKr reeriteil At Milan we leant that. VgU M laen furght Utwren tbi Amtium ' aa.1 lb IWiuVal troops ami Italian vAlsntsnt, ' Wiwtefl Cosviuda oixl M-zlinetto. The A ; trian Vi fcur tmodml hm? a killed And C ' haa-lml priaoners, Ami many wooodnl. Its , Mf of thair tronta, So the nmnUr UyxsQtan vara nmanaletl, without liAtinz sny trtiflm. at Caa-awls' and Melinetto. and ire fhvI U- I iwyaa two Dm by tnertls Ihirsndo And )Vr. , nn Another Arrnunt tin that ihe battle but at f loam And that the Boms a trtrniA re'm. ' aal s ?Wak. tlsataat Wat. O. Ill Tins:, the lnsm rs41aM w tm ITtsplent, is la aAaLieetHM- ' -it I :.t! 1 . , . . . ' aM stun, and within Ida mn Slate, at Wast, a a a. Id sirerglh to the ticket He sertttl ia tie war of IM!. s. sal Io Gen. Jackson, and su aa rartr hitrer in the war with llciaa. , tare t-e las wrsrd with distinction, lf tip. J Wly pststts tsrwtrt ty urciitno owrr, ti ' aw. in tbs, retail of (irn. Scott. ottain lU i.t ct tVnarusnJe r in-CaUf rf the Cams' Hates fortes in that roustry. Hiii;Ik' dalate ol Lis party Iur buvernor u rttittHI? : four sears ago, and presard Juuge Ussier. iv hig esnUKtaie, who was unfoptjiar.ruite ui-' bet d'al not are u re an election. We saaa-t eooreise or a nomination by tlio i bigr, aesia Iili W ran tun tht State ftr Cos and d as - as4f . eld liejnUican. I Wiiirrinu isro Tiir. Taacas-Oo ta Massday evaaias; soreeatbog the itominatioo Caaa. a targe i wwaasiac sf pvotwa At Wasbtuglua wisa dsaaa asm! We, Wsiki by t Albrr Ibi. I aW fiii a. mrnslal In tW lulasbgs of Sra astara IVa assl IkMaa, ta draw ut a tJedft m aaa sa aaf mslaW uMaaaaiwa IihiUi - Vas Hsyaiai rata ,a Ws adliwa, I al Sss wa I.. 4 VAltaaa Sa tW tttralarai-if at af W la s aV haaantr.rataVi aai Wakt. raa) aa. Ma -aW 4 c--twst Caaasal Csss Jt jiajaa la Na r. aa.staiM taruu raa iWraraawan y . . tr1 KsrfJ nerse aiU ba atraaaasl MsaaVaa AMrniCAM Mabalkv Ouroiurr" WI s. nairtnnilr on srtttrtlar ailernurja. ia lVV?7 bb.k -u.pureUrH ty , ?'w ' 'l l?Z??ASZ Litest II, tWneo do-in lie cacxjlo ti)tr Use W estern WAilrtavl to tka aculpttss may now look to Bailor! Italy for their material. ien iraiiirrvi . W lnirom the Ktene Ihilnthrvpii tilt t qJ Mlt tU nrjncdiAte virtaaj I ituiunu iiovtom. ATTUtntn KlDXtr A rill, claimed sj Us ..i r. :.. ,v- .i . ITTT1 rf '"'K500 "VP" . 1 Mt A year ago, has been residing it .Uk-t- , h.ny for snrve lime. Iltrmastrberornioraaus Alter sius, wonueruig tlimuKii tl streeis, rar pletrly distrat lel at Ur Ia, sad was taken at ' the CVr Hospkk Pity she bul a t pUcvd La money in a Sating; Bank. I.AKOK rmtw Highly Inhllisgi in thtrta tral portion rf Allenlgwn, i'nn, were destrejed by fro, orj tbs 1st iust TWeo(lairalwon gtnate.1 in a liable, which w mtd by tof' lr tnaicitk cruel ert. Atuants tW L aildinei dratrar- ! etl wai tho Odd Fellows' Hall, and tSat Ia wlfch lIWlliriM.i.V.,J TV., t. 1. csvAUsl: w 'cir uomca. AxKtuTiiLrPAnAnntu Ker.S.V hall writu in Zioo's Iiciohl, lint " In Tabiry. MsuactAJSCtts, conlaining 1140 inhabitants, 100D of whom Are coctnrisnl in ttii. villa, we ore not OD,3r i'hO"t A nitre iu which intoiK-aling rue ran be ubtoincd. but we are ah wiiha-il A tm- I H10? 1 without A bDhsni-rrotn. wtbout s , ,'0"'jaj Hey, A:wl without a bouse of ill foow : : "'' " " tseevwrary cfsisequencs. we ore wiinotit An Alins-ho-Ascrt not Durvr nccut-u- aad but two families, to nor Inoaledj. ever t quired sud fioni tieir nefeVVors." IUavv Dam turn - A trial ftp? M Irescl of procuiio" came off lately in PsiUiag, MUs, snd ntlled in a venlk-t for lU pjnti(t, rf SIO,' damages I Durint the progress oft W trial, prorf was eliciled Ihot tie tlefeoJar.t not ouly rrfiued to tomply with Ids protmsc, but Accompoed lus refusal wiib insulting Ivnguage rf the root Agtfsvnied descriplton, wluVh was CAlctdottd ta bhat the lady's reputation tbr life. . , . T7v7 Z- n, J 1 the ' . V?- "rTU' ft Tl lia.i1,!f.SJ,'' Ch"We, led nneci if liaard rfPrlW IntLretars.iatLii tki loiiag aai'le of the ".aiu ihe pun'uinrtnt of cootie", bvs been rrr.dcd wiih happy results. Contracts hove Wen let ot tn Atlronce rf M lo JO per ""ton old prices showing- liar trantrottors Cod their bands nam faithful under ihe AC order of tt.tn than when niljan la lk hsh.