W o bad sonie hoped to givo our readers the President'a Messago to-day, but received it at too late an hour. We are the mors reconciled to the delay, however, frora the fact that in the procesa of telcgraphing from Washington, it fiaa been go horribly mangled as in many places to be alniost unintelligible. Next week we shall hope to glve our readers]a correct copy. The Message is silent as to the operations of the Army and Navy, leaviug the comraunity to get the informatiou they looked for in it from the Department lleports. Nearly one-third of it is giren to a discussion of the rebellion, and it is aocompanied by a proclamation offering couditional pardon to those engagod in the rebellion, not therein excepted, and niarks out a plan for the reorganiza tion of the Stato Governments. We shall givo this proolamation with the message next week.