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J 4 ; 71 ID WHOLE NO. 902. TERRE-HAUTE, '..INDIANA. DECEMBER 28, 1850. VOL. XIX. NO. I WA A S X A w: wt . i s ; i1 4 Principles of the Republican Party. Ilrmrk. of llou. kvi-i" I ruotlul, of Illinois In the St t ' th L'niitJ Stuttt. 1ksr$Jty. Dc lr-VJ. Mr. President, just b-f.re !. adj-urn men, of this lly Trt-r.hr, I yJ' 1 10:1 bv the Senator from r lrida,5ir l u W) to -d a e what wretKvi.rir.ciIi"-f Wir Ibpv'licari party. II.' 'bv de-i-.-d a pre stawinrnt f lie p '': i if iti e.ibarv:ed to ti world nrd is ho M.pl that all who t u r.av read, i: c-.rtnir.lv' ciu occupy b :t v.iy li.llc of tie. tun rf ih rinV to state xplicitly. a:il a. u few w-v U wlr.t the f ' ilt n o! tlu pirt ? r , -Vitii it ti n!: wh.t i tl. i.nrrv, of . .fir ur.rnuix.iii"- and what i I ho T.-liv th. r tUVP' m1 tu eVah'.ish ii. thi tou-.trr ü;:.the slavery .Lea-uu. ' Sir, 1 di I uppo-e the S.nator fr.oi Florid:., and m'v naN-r f.ul.l ui.d.-r-star.d. if Im- desired t .1.. wl.it our princi ples were. Tb-y havi -. proclaimed y an authoritative Co!.v-nti-n of the pnrty in liniV" as pbiu a- t i " 'he jofr cf man trn:v; and it isonlv by niyina-ti.-ri. It rjlir'rf"f.ta'i"n(t!i'!:i i many porTio-Is of the Country, a I think , that the iMiC mind ol me i" " ' and that th.; Ffleral Cn:it jtion. the ril.t of tL" S'ate-.and the Uni-.n i f the Statt -fuMt all ' pr. rrvt l " - . , .., I 1 . . 1 Dk the bcoaior from I i.-n.U understand . that tli at ti e Const it ution of the I :au, Me ri "ht of lifr. lih-itr. mml ihm pursuit of happmit, and that the primary ol.jtct and ry objtct and , Guv. rnment r-.iisund.r ,i1..ri..- 11 ia iinr rt-t't-ral ut..iv. ' ... .... - , t icr.irrT.eso rihta to all p rn exclusive piri-du tion. 1 hat. as our r- publicm father. whn hy ''l abolished slavt-rv i.i all our n.v. mal t rntory, o-dain- r.lthattoperon ha 1 depriv d of lif. . liberty or j roj-rrty, without due pno ifj law. it V-comei our duty to malnu n thi , i.rovi-io , .f the Constitution (aaint 11 a' .-, t-tupts , violat. itfor thepurpoMr oft-tab li-hini slavery in the T rritori .- of the' . . . . . . . . ." . 1 : i lygarr.y .iimI -lavtry That i- the w h.-! d.ictrin. if th- Rrpub licau party on the suhjfct of slavery Territory? Mr Triinibull Mr President, the er which tho Federal Government mav cx j erciso over a Territory ii sovereign in iS -- . - , Civernuunt. as n o all km.w and. un b r tand. within the Constitution ofthol nitfJ ?ratei. 1 ne vonstnuTion i ir-.e i in.i -. - .i.!,r.. iht i.,.r..a shil r,s. n, : : 1 "r,- v : .r. "I.1 : ' i.w isiauionin- auj ranicuui i.-.mt.i iu. - ; gion of abridging the frit-Join of speech or res;. I n a.ii y a.iinir. ami fo it -es , mi ce of time thre would te no Marts in any ptrtrvi ol the Uonteler"cy, ail one oi lis t'liv.k irai autners ocxecucii .uar t;11 oi , , 1 . .. l . ! ine worn s. , lesi luuirt- m . .niui 1 inigi-t known at mere was s.aury Xli rome i of ths Stat a when the Constitution wa r tl .T.'ibliran ptttv I ImVr j " u" "p p u ' ' J r iC n;ni to IDfir Slave as property in the IVr ' ow.ir, t Ihina 1 have answered the , fiy iu asainj; ine peopie ior ine am. f wrao psriy id i-od, or wnai are mey now, i j . r l :r-: J-Tai!'lf 1 ; J hJ j v-nrK ,; on wis d..ne with, ami rn-r organization at ait j rnury tefore il K h.i.v.l to'the Unite! I -ntlfnieo, so thai they cannot at any rate DitiiiguiLed as a writer, a judge of bad that such threats fcfiOlld be rtldde CT thlt ,f D,ion Of lavery in tb Territofie, lut 1 ;'trM,l it- i' is l.r rf i W a' (I With, Of Hot do?i' wth;oul that. ! whetler Coigre-s can conficte that i r. p it without roi.ccaltuent or holding back at J . i- I i . i . , k . . ."i'h thorc-would be f.erty No not if it is property ; büt if it was all: and , as I aid, if I have been the meam ! 'r r.e.ghbor. poseing so tnuny dit j dated by them? The lUrery queition wat it tf e S.'-' i' ' frftt Klo'i f a. or arV "If. 1 r'r'1 f time at which your e fTrt i would j in a Territory a here there had been no law 'f disabusing the mind of a ninRle Senator, f tinguishin traita, thin ka we do the "Great , di finitely settled in 150 by the united "e are nst called Upen U aay aay thinj S-ni-or 'orif -diTid"-l N.h Jr So'j'T , oS I'"1- 1 Hat explanation to prevent ! establishing larery; and if, aa L suppo : r f a ainKle person in the South who may j National Democratic Tartv ' much itjui-i action of the Whig and Democratic parties lout lavtry in the SlaUa where it exists, i-C- . : " ' . J Äti-i'.IrY l'Ä thf'-Uh Ä " ' il ""' I ' " r. .. ..a comrM. r, a a-pUlo. W. lb. .nti, U llrolc"l. Th.tt th lyainjenaf id th-, rjl,,iuU of thf platf no, .r w hat h pre- their -laves, they do not hold them by Tir ' at it. of that party alone thai disuiiion reechea ; mise waa declared final, and to received)" cttixens of thote Stales, but we are principl. pr- ru:l ;atd 11 the DVra.V.!l I f ' ai hie platf jrni. ture of any law there; and it is no c mn. I Havin? endeavored to htw what the are made in the present Congress. He in good faith by the masses of the popu-1 called upon to organiae a Republktn par. of Ir. Upt r.du.c.-, f:a;VVJ U L!; .7.. ' X' Trumbull.-The S-n.,r -peaks o" " cation of property; they hs.ve no property , Republican platform it, Laving given my j ftivlk ..Wt, lhe at,,,tiou of two or Ution of the free states. For a time there ty for the nextPreaidential cootett, and if erat Uo'i t; . u . ion, are ' . . u.l11 w hat I prtitnt as the plalfor-n. Now . 1, it , i Jares ther. undcrtandin' of it, I wnb ti ask South " , . , , . . , . ' , , r srrvstlon cf our It t.ubluaa in-titntians. , .iiL.t,. ,1, fr,n VIori .It h.i , v.i... c . . . . . it.. I, . I three Congressmen from the South, there ' appeared to be a project of irood . we do expresa a preference for any ine1!- the ri2iits m tije ?'..v', aiiu inr pru.t ij-o ;np i niifi riiiw, in raiM inywuj, i i staoa it, is, that vou cannot extend la- constituents to mniK more uarsmj oi us out iii me euror ti me journal aumu, : me oi peace ana narmony. ah mat was i . .i i-. . i .i :. i.. i .i . i i i i i t embodied i the Cn-titution. rou-t nn-i ,n, s.rry we cannot apeak of admitted ; Ttry. under the Federal Government, into.t" we oueht to be tho oght ol? W hat is ! there has been sreeche, made durin the ' necessary to rrpetoate that pood feelior, I when a National party " . . v. V ' ..in,lW.,..vn n. ..;-:,hi: VI1. V::V.. Lnill 're":r ' : . : :T.i;.:, r. ' Present Congress, by .VorWn Democrats Ta, fonhe Rrprcentatiree of both oction I tempted, the only sure ii i u it i Maut --","- . an i lujj uc slavery in a co u ntry w n ten uoe.s n j m m luiiaui... , - - ,. . i . ti strua the Constitution? i each other. That is mr oiect; and I wish ' nnt btlonir to the I'r.;?,i iv.- ir;...i lieve. and inducinir. if vou ideate, the Democrat, uutlh of Ma-on aud : 10 tl,e,r cspac ity as legislators te carefully t upon is principle. Mr. Trumbull Wo tt ill Uli y.J. W ay to d away with all iheseclan trapexpres- ' States may acquire that country and mav "laves to believe that the" ffrt-at Uepubli- f Dixon'aline opened his mouth in the way al,?taio Irom re-opeuiur the Vexed ques- I ' oorspN.., how we Conors .? on.tb.-iarery s.ons and thee u?ly names that are used ! not abolish slavery. Ucause the richtto .f" party is ready Li put knivei and pis- , of R , , ,f ... . . . , tion aod lo jrtTe ch lfclio0 to tr,e un. I In a speech that qrtestion: lor the purpose ot exntm prejudice, w ny ; hol I slaves existed when the country was tola into the hand ol the aUvea lo niurder , , , n,-,i ..:..,. nf itu ri,llt. mnA i delisted toe otbe .... . t tl.. .. ....... f . :. . .-. J. i .r.k, c.i.aI r r u . -. .7 . i .1 : c 1... ... ;ii assertion of au vc-witness in relation to . nterrupied enjoyment ol its rifhtt and uiro, w iii 11. ... ..... ... ..... n llli UC piUpCliy Hi S,l,lTe4 IU It tnil I'II'HIM II" JU luumm Bum i UV Jl OWt Ol Willi, v r: nil.j i in; o'.licr URJ . I I -B-'i (, ".'' ...w.. ...-. that all rn'nare ridowd with tho inaliet.a country, talk of the Repabltcan party as that is the distinction. . a büef amonj the while people ol the ; f rtWi.'r. n A .r,... mUr rtf tion and laws of the land. This did not "l ,D c,UIIentiDg oa lb in.tniM.v.iinr invume i.m.iu.. r,..- ajr. uiee. uuw um uoi use mo terra of our cret j a, jsi(i (lown if) , . , ( mus. i knotv mai lucre is a lisiinc'.ion V "--u uiuu, cc.stantly in mind: the re opening of the ! tica letter: hibitmg its existence or tcuMon therein ; Reputl.cjn here , for the reaaon. as I said to refu,e a gut aduiis.ioa into this Union between these two racos because the AI- , Xill' "eä're invited l iu Congress did not come I " fTor of the prohibition of the Thai we. l.i.v the authority, .f Loi.-n-s of ,.,t ht. that that term and that party j because she may or may not ha ve ilavrr !,lJ!lt V himself has marked it upon their ' Jeocni" .,iorlt w ll lo f f . , . slave trade in the Distriet of Tolambia I a TerritoririWat..re. .T ...y in.l.w 1,M nomination having been once consecra- int it: seJ i fZ i can , find air ."ch U- and' io 1. man , um c e Juunitn.f. They bate the Lmon , from the North, it came from the Socth.- ; l'Vn faVor ot Xm IfoliSoi of or association of individuaN. to ?.te 1 1 ted by a national party of far other, and. lLI Wh tben' pPopoaB d . , cannot, by Illation or otherwise pro- XlStwcKh Treason ' UriDg ,Le Conr,M tbal rrded thf- ' ilaterjln the District of Columbia rsiatcncetoalavt-rrln an y Territory of thr . J humbly think, lusher objects than the founded Upon a hypotbvsil Which his no ' dufc perfect equality between these wnof P1 WCK " J . P? ' . of a bill was introduce fir ih. , the eititens of the District nrM.lmr a lion shall maintaued. i jcls may be. has the ribt to appropriate 1 f the Senator wants my individual onin K''her- ,i i f .v it 3 peecn luiüf on , t, oi wie i erruory or . eorasKa, . , . k 11 h i f f 3ir. atllhurT. in u;e rvuiaior inua -.n... i tory ol the liovernment. The old Repvb ,ne,eriQg W1" l,lls uoaicsuc reianou Illinois allow me to a.-k him n que-tionV ; adopt it name; and I tay to the Senator jic4n ptrlyiffoia whieh we learn oar pt'n ' where il exisU iu lhe Sul's- Mr! Trumbull. Yes, s,r. ! to day. show mo a departure from the prm- cipics; did not keep slave States out al- . Tinquired hat tho gentlcmin meant Mr. Sa.iM)v:rr. If it U- true, , the Tst ; eude of the Republican party of 1 bona as though they provided asaint the eilen : oy talking about aggn-sious of the North resolution states, that the Constitution n Jeflerson'a uy, and I will oppose thai de 8ion cf fcUTfrrt IBj if Wr t0 thal Vc wiu I upon the Sjuth;au 1 wheu ihey weie made f. ra upon Ct.npress t.vereiirn power. vtr the j prture in the Republican party or to day. never, I trust Le troubled with the ann'i i and where they were. In teply, the Sena- JVrritorioH cf the Umt. tl States, for their j It i because we a,yocae the prr.cip4es of cati0n of a slave State a lmiainn tor from South CHtelinn, iuead of taking Povcrnuunt. why U it that that power, t. RepabUcan party of 00 that wo call The Senator aav. that" il.-" s wlncn the roxciutien ii cia-c- in iw soyrr , f- " -" Curt has decided that slave mav bt-.e Cll""' a'ieu io wnn inugic idüivio- by which. I presume, i I srlf aNw ill adhere to iL prmciplea of the ; K,,y ht.M jn R Trrritrr j JeD it Ts ua lhe Republican party had said. Now ineaut a supreme power. & power which ha , fid Republican party in regard to this ijprue CoJfl htt t, x,r , aueh'thii'V 1 ir' (lof,, i: co:uPrt w,tQ the candor and nosupcrior-is i.ot rapabl..- of Uin- cur- , question. The fnther of that party inar 1US mJ C(iUit rj "" the fairness of that distinguished Senator, -ised for the e-tablisbim-nt of sUrcrr In a ' real model. Our pnoeiplea arc tskeii .1 J ; who is, I believe, ordinarily, a very can- . .1 i -i . . I.' U. cr.nl. aril if I trtina ro. I . . .. .'7 " T, "-'la.i:.;. ami-... .it-, to im,. -VZt nt, they departed, in my judgment, from ' tax lit. He --v- it "could hnvi been the Republican party, that the Con-rrss of p,4ljlicaus, when they attunis to call them . J( . . ' J,.,r .,. . . . the rjitMStA cannot pas. a law. bndi, i ielee. Devnorr.tat DemooraU! .4- la. , J, f tfe.r orinL n, U 'enUIed t7 n or? .',U,tcl fr U'""T'1 BnJ MTentJ- tngthe froedotn of -peieh to anv onoofXihe? j ifvvfraftdi tf VOurpxmr!ftdfmofraey.ite' wfa K'u nQ 'y UJ"-,re f,r- dollars less" than the amount paid u . T.rritori. s. Ther ari-eaprly p.ol.ibivd j .ayremo lh? in of the rJnjon Cookerly is a great cVn.agog..-. He i tro:a so doin. UfV no th - v.mt tK.t country. Anv ü U a mmberof f ,h " :',,..,. iff . . , , power over t.7, Territorien; to lisla'e f ,r , tho Democratic party ho will adopt tour j V! nUrah of 1? lh' a In every thing rl-s as well as them In all matUra within the Constitution I crt.,t r-, ihe aubjeel cf the spread of'sla- :n, hV' Vr' ther; " f Vf!!- i TT in Pol,tifB- of the United S:.t, s d.- not author,.- Con- ! y, ry . and the uph.ldin; of alaveholdin ' 0Ven A 0 i fore the ni U Im that we charged the delirqutnt gross to establish slavery. 1 he Cor-titu-1 in itutiona in this courtfy.which concern ; T ? lh o,.'e! L I ? C l, . r . , ,. ,t fr . Mi . . . . . . ...... ... : chi'f r reaidrd Took back, sir 'at payers of l?i eounty, for puMishmg tion is founded apon this principle: It i!os 1 dine lly not on. man in a.sty of the pooo i ,Jf A i .1 ' io tl. .1 't.i.l-.t.J. .- . sn i. 1 ,.1 ion is inunaeo s.wn mis princip.e: iiiwv Jirrfiif noi ow mmm mr iu. Irs. J, , .i. i , inO,. .l.i.; . - .i i i j - i- i. i nl.'in !.l l.v n.riloh ..r; i Ii... it -t rr or le lo l'ive tne . ... . -.,! t . i . ti-. .l .i 3ir. Mitnn In the ehsifl to tti ilortrir e tl,iir iblinnnpiciri ITh. It was as low I SO tuinued ly partisan pre JllCe. thai CV fs noi cM.ar.usu s.aiery a; a;i, out merely un i ution ol this liinou. i.ni ine pariy ma. j - .. . . i . . . " , , . . ' -blek wa t, r .L- t, f., .U,,, Thay sy as K. al. Chamberlaiu said: i ;.... i . . i.. .-...;. . i. -. Proniiilr-af mi br tfiv.f rwn JUra'ial. m ' . .. ... ,. . i. I rr iL in? b für vou is as hack a nicht? wmc wasmerin. t carry Harts into J J rfst.telr.ws. That is :! meaning f the j ocrv. -nd ihst reproaches u. for eallin I M' jt that rer sst on tha. b.ch. lloiÄ.lf fon 0f i Sst su m e)moi of Are you so led bv pirtisan Jiiil, that jou tha Tirntor) an. ho.d them there, but ai- If legistSluQ by Congrtts id necessary, C nsü.utum of tl;o Uni! 1 Stairs. It is .1 o-.relves Republicsns. DemocMf! .4 i So' '''.rn nan. In cne cf his -rini.rs. comrePed to fo'low in the wak-,f tour u rct:tr that Ic.r dtma-; K Kcr' Äta. VllfiJ lUs ,l " lUlt lo Constitution of fre, dorn. tl. word -slave" r,rfy 4,I UuUi Ur the i.tere.t eae cf, is thr opinion cf the whale n I not . f.e eoaMy tre.. .ry. but is.s.sm r turret! compel.ed to fo.Iow n .,e w.k, of voa - quri ion u, M lo earre,.e a poWfr noccu.iinlnit. and the .., w ho fr.m j $ixty, fr jrUimq l imttrt$t . s-r.. r Üided court, he ssy-, that in legi.. ' to ft . ttT, though it !o i:unt .M ST tl j fctar 11 over lie -w.M, y ng f .j uoifc,rmly ,f.... id the Cou.titRThVi 1 eürVefi that in lh VTti- I il I'lim'ii af A .Voi.i ia rri.mde lal e eae ' latin j for the Territories, Congress peases I. 11 U rsm.mWM k.t CM roV- tloo I ..nn .s authority, c-ouU y that the Mi-- ,-J." formell. It was form d on the pTi'ci:le of . i t - :ii -... . . . -irr i an I i will'r liberty, but tu t on the pritic:p.e it friein- ., ic..i-' i .'.it 1 ,- Unite I State slave wli-re tber art held hy virtueof jsiate ,...... . . ..- - ii . . " . i -. .i ftiaw. 0' law; ar.d if Too w,U turn to t! at clsu rf iV lWitt:!ion relating tci tl rrclarrta!: , if fesitire !ar,.. you wi.lfi.id thatitrvads. , iuai - no person ncia to service or iat,r in a.T s'sa. r one s:at und r tue iaa tnereoi, ma: is. . .. . r .. . ander the laws t.f the State, 'e-capti. into another, shall, in consequence of any law or regulation therein. le dich.srjs,l fron such set ice or lalsir, bit Ti all djis ereil up." TLftets no provision for tho d litt rir.g ur of a mtn s ho is held as a sla- under the Constitution of tho United Suies. Would V.li.iti..fiK!Sj.rt'nf fro-i 1 .-' vuware cm lend that under thai cl i.-e vou couui retain a man wso w as neu as a siavc. un.ier me . it. i . .i. 1, tiMistiiMiiotioflhel-mtnl Mates, who had scsjk-vI into auother Suite! :uppor a per- soa corr.ON into the State of Delaware who. Il iscor.titit'.ed. 1 a slave, ntid Ms Äi g.. d . ... . ... a. a. Owner coiiiC su.' io ittiiim nun ant. t.'hiMi ).s.k oih-.r.vM.trv. Un,s-l,i.-M,. i s a aa ' s t i r.ton.. u,..-.s,i,ere.san act ui t,tl,. which lutLoriXcH the surrend r of a per.on h!daas!aVt!in aT. rritory. . ... Nuw, loisil W misunders.cud.l wi:i stA?e that 1 do no, mean to !.av tl at if tlieroi sla very m one ol tri. I crntorics of tLo I tion. as there was by a.-qui. cu.ee of Con,r.ss in Trnn. iiH.. in, k..-oi:ke an.l i ib 4.0.0h. - - - a - v -s a 1 v a 1 11 1 1 . s. . a a . m. wrsr.rr. :at'- wntle ihey w rr l un'ones. a i.e -ro who is held as aslave there anl e - rw-a i t ota iV.i C ... .f il,. lni -01 uiy netb reeiaimeil, I h--ttl to r.o auch tlvsrtrine. I eoavd that the Corre of iL? T'liitnl State has soverei n jsi'si r over .-:.!. . - f .. li.e icrrrories 10 ie.'ija:e ior inni wr.1.1;. I .Con.Titnt.ro and fcs,l the r,.ht . nro. 1 1.1. k It Sid m th etiactmen! if the or.li .... ... iure.' r,f IT.? fir th.i nnr!k.itr rt T.-ri..- rv by iusc-rtiiiii; a e!.vw specially prosidieg Lat luitivi-s who ahi.nl. 1 rse'iix tn that Territory from slavrholding Sta:es should le surren lere'l i.p. Why was that claus had Hit. V.OUK1 you cv.' him np II lie aid ','uw' J" : v. i.' J V . : . to u. i wouoi noi reyoiuuonise me ir3Tr" purt4in ine rn-ri:. s auv lor ut i un ootshovtlst bow;h.U.e.l.vennd4r-tk-r would U . dre.e- tlt A,n liH1x r,, TM4, the l.sws ot tho S-atefrwn which he rca; portion he nos assi.ir.es. for in thai p. at ; ioQ ,n fat, aa , in lh. ,a Mj ed? Ifv;t would no:. ;hen.a.ams::.r:.f ; f,rn,. a 1 e r. 1 .t. ,t is glared thai nMh- . , wpyI j . ir.,lt i: 6a ,h r Yn the , " aaase, j ist ene half wh.t he cjuw.iVi would no: gi.. up a person 0 n.;ress nor ary individual can give- j nfxt wonld contest it day br day, nn-- Now "old Jetlousy-i ,l0t this a pretty who w , ' ho ld as a stare in mr d the T. r ' any legal as,;stce to slavery within the xhm CJurt W1, ref. rra I. snd anather -rwsl off et. an 1 don't you frei sshamed i j v. mi i' uy uiti not i no grnerai cot . erit! It is by virtu " of lis . tin in piwer ov r the Tciriri. s that C.'n.'ress pr tvi le a law by which a aro:i h!d to ervice or f labor in a !av, ulin- T nit.y may W reclaimed whr n bt escai e to a relate, aud pt in? N hy did not the cmeral law cov '.a.... by whichaslavj m a State whoe-capes into n iree lirriiory may u reclairucd and ; broujhtbick to the State from whence he! fled. This is what 1 on.l.-TsTand by the ' two provisions. - a Tin- Senator aks if thi platform cf prin ciples is ordy intended to apply to tLe Ter ritories. Mo? assuredly the . Republican party had it origin in the question cf !& very in regard ta the Territories. It tie !i pirtar fr.n tl.c pv!iry cf thi Cur vrnfiwnt frtm the !y vi it foun iation down to which tvi-'ri' to tho KrpuMicau party. U W3t s:i ormiiati!! in re'er? ncc to th qut'-iiwQ f tlatery in the Territory, ? 1 liowht-rt' r!"w". TL. ro i- Lothiiij in tLi platform in rrjanl to the que sU: of fclatt-ry i.i tin. Stat- f thi I'nioa; aiu, lot I forj-t it. p. rmit iuet-jy that I jn-ak no: for the U puhliom party exefpt a it platfurm j. ak'. 1 clum uo authority t W it -x poriri.t. Its rijioutnt 14 it principle-, Ki ! rltrfi .. ry in thi doui;.ent. Thv S. ni'tir ?ay- lh trritartal ut tion ttit: nitlnl, why, thn,dvV4 not your par ty li'-h.xr'!? Why. ir, the trritoriil fjuf t i r i t i.o". ttl-'! You unsettled it. li J i !.... j.!."Jit yojrM-lTo, in lkJ-. that you arc-'rding to th in'iri of l.'', wa not slurry raclud,! Ir. Yu'.ii- Ai I wiKild dciirv to .it' the S t.atnr f rorn g'it, oil o:j another !op:c, , Iv fontiect-! with this, I will J tioi i:-c ril s.y thv I did not av it wa endd. I d i 11 1 If ll . ...... ... ,f ll.. . ..Mill. Ill .11 I ' purpu-r i i o i, ' 11 - -u u.a. Fiii,.r i'.-ii"ii, ...v ...... t try wt Mi '. knoT ttiat thv. q-itton t-in 1.1-. r n h .il tl . L . . .1 s M. I t . a a a a T . . 1 . 1 . . t If atiir s . I nst I..f.A.4 .vl 1 O Aatv. U .tw a' tisrai'twtti vvn"' si - j .aa. h 11 i r tw wo -s i iiiiiihb Tnsar esmsk at i a w r i a a . a- n.iitiis 111111 111111. a ui 11 a i't 1 11: k- i- - w. ; n : kffn, ani clops not Know, mis piauorm: j ,ajr. I TUiubuil. 7 hry cannot. Thatitth enee in cnt'sioj to nnsaii'iersiana us r 1 t uns ureu no uiauniun numuhhi uuerea irru mr .lotui anu me oum; niauy,' -' icsiococy , wi suoaia, ai I' lf,re tberT Why ssy, "what l rrryin-jlA KrpuhUcan pitt, $tythcy etnnot notchard that upon any particular I in the present Confess." ; who at firtt w ere not altogether natisßed tLe m lime.txpressa williogoets to aup t pr.'seti: as the platformt" hy not d9 tt cUin a TtrrxtoriA eandiiinn TUv Sen itor : bit why is it that in tlie South-I v. 1 . . .,;:, 1. ,i. . r I ir iUhai.;. Äf ti,.pAn...i;... t . . m ' - . I.- 11 1 ! ..' ' the platiorm of the Kepublicso party? l h v should we seek here, in the berate of the Klark Kepublicaa party? Did thet wanl to errate a prejudice againtt it! The ' Senator did not .ie that word Mr. Yulee No. I did not use it. Mr. Trumbull 1 happened to peak of it r.nw it bas been u.eJ io this debate because the Senstor seemed to caitsuspi J cion upon the platform. Why. sir, there i but the one. i Mr. Yulee. It may be. I would atate . here to the Senator, that I did not ue the term RUck Republican. j Mr. Trumbull. I have said you did not. ; - n i.i ... il . . v . . t it i i . . i party some qualification to discover, an 1 none mev win. i.i. . t 'jpaiiuiuiy pouueat laito, tnat under no n of the term Republican. po,.ibU CIrcurD$tanee shall a State be ad--Mr. rresideot. it is be. j miUed into the Union that has slavery.- Mr. 1 rumbull eati.e ve advccal every principle advoca- . i irotu mm. iu very wurua oi f!, ,. .......... i i were inoicaieu oy on nauu. , Mr. i olee 'To create, not to destroy, a ; free government? . , Mr. I rumuuu.-1 ei, sir; anu we wiu , pcnitiuüu- fcwiriuiu.uv, vu..umiu . .i . t i i r . - i t ho r rmci es that he aJvocatcd. Rut. sir. 'v.'. '.t ,k., iu. hs. it m. - u.k a rcrtleman upon that side of the House, f to It'll Us v must, not can oursmes ue- i fift trtt trhttt mem. he "t;r,;.l'cV V.T- Vfl7 a'M.uahed by the Constitution of the . was , s,t'- I hsye alrea lr said; ro- , was mi atolihe 1 by the Constitn ti 'n cf the L r.Ud Mates 1, , e aUted before. . try torejes, itagain, tua. tne. a . . . . a I . alw es teas fceif iwres fie iJei tfrte- , . . s.1(( .. ..... ,. .: , ... . . . i.i I.. o,a ..i.i i.nn ipin nin i)ir n. i - . - i . . r . :.. .1- i .: 1.1 f . i ' : a .r i w ' t( i as. a .a.vvi - ' . . it i i ar - m s. aj- ouiiai i i I I -l I V . - tr.cr!e lt,'tU lhÄl. hallowed the States . mrm ... .... t ,r theruaelyes: ar.d oroti- l Hi ': a ! a. 1 , , . wVR rr. j;fV t .frTff mhouU Iii i'.wo - - m m escape jo an thee Slate, where slaeerv did t 'not exist. he might be rrelsimed; and I '. wi.b th Senator to undrrtanj fr'MO me thai 1 acqutece in that clause of the Crn . . . r.l.l-.: ..IC-I.I-. 1 .... il 11 YS r C HI I IBIl aa - vawrwwaisrriv.., . . 1 I'tillOn (! llirillHlu.tl.rv 1 ini'iiBirip... . ill i ... . . . your rur.i to rr " - " in I think it should b done in a t . . . .:... iodiciius aid proper maoeer wiii.i'Hiri :!.. - Citin.? bad feeling in the country. jr ay.- ill tLe Senator a.lo w rre - , - . . i im -i,,,w,t-v. ( tn lecUjra fllf.ii. .l.y. ,n the a i a a a r II. i ..f.ihi.l I itn , Ct,n f ,p ,IC jM ..... . ..... .. .-- - ., . ... , . , , ' Mr. Clay -Then I w,R ak 1 im to ree i . - i x r i e s aa. . 7 , , , , I Mr. 1 r..tnb' U.- aive legal eiwrsre to , slarerv in a Terr i y." is lhe Wnj-saiTe. j We le'ny that ihviht to reclaim a f ai- s .1. ine aitntrent inerensncT ret ti.n . . i ti. ...... ... . - . . . . t i tiv proves the xis'.ei ft cf a.avsry inajfori. ' -s at .a J I . 3.a a e w- ate at s . . a . j lertr.ory any tro.re u.au n u ea in a niaie. , V bae xpresty presided by oor Con- , .1,1 11 '1,10 in the Mite of Jilinois. that S.S- --' - mj - I II . . 1 . . a tt ... . . I k.l I aa .11 very snau 1.01 an innr. jn 1 ni j say to lhe nar from Alat-anoa thai if a a'ava of his ff to the State of Illinois I we rocojuiae the rijjht of the owner t re- claim hno, an t 1 recogoia- the same right : in a Territory. a a . - I It .cema to me a plain platform It hat J col no oritero ana w-iwib lace, uae . r . . I. - . t 1 i ir Cineisra:i creed. e do not rreaen popular sovereignty in the North, and scout it is a bumbo,: ia the Sooth. 1 Mr.Pogh koi d t.cl preach it in the ! South at all Mr. Trumbull -o. sir; we do ce; preach . . a a a a. .a a jm . i -u. w - - - . it in the South at all; and yl the men who ; d not allow car princij lea to! e proclaim 1 r-1 ia the South talk about sectionalism , A ecfiais, $ j are af umJ.Urrmtrd tkst . tt uVf -I fnVrale fleeeu'lita cf lUfrinei. flt f if teiere le le iwieer leas le leeef aerry ecear renasaeaenir I say that slavery was rot abalULed in Tennessee and In Louisiana by the Con- ... jar stitutton. Why. sir, daes nol the eas43r quired I ta from Florida know tktt we a ! ! ni-are t-V a deed of ceiou that prohibited xhm eitf niyn to it of that portion of the orditiance of 17S7. which fic!u !.d klaverr i Sla? ery eaittd thi re. not by irtueof lo ' tha United Üiat La done tn the Urtd cllaw, and that i the authority which ! .Scotl caf. Ihf iJi-a that the Supreme e!ablih alarpry t rywhfre. Slatf ry C'oirt of the Unitrd Statt can establih cn r xitt n wv hr t-xcept by v irti of I 1 political pnticiplf in Ihi our try ii a row c w, and that i th rrioti w by tl.f j articb iu the ctf i of the l)frucratic par pftui who on a Uf !n a tv cannot , ty. Il wa r ot tLe former doctrine of lie hold Lina at a !avr, undfr the 1 of h' j prt--nt Chief Mailrale of the couctry. Mat, in a Territory w hf r tlacrry h t ' H': n -gardt'd the Su rerur: Court t & Corpa nerrr been catabluhcd. I he SDatr vai t i to know il I'wrtrfr? can coiißsf ata hi i pre ptriy. Purely not. That question can- oat arie; he cautot hold the property there doea nol he own lh man; he foluolarily . tfoea in to ajurudicUon wht-rette .hacklfai t I all otT. iiot by litt of lhi Con of thetlave tituttonoftbeUnitadSutesaboliahirgU. ' very everywhere, but bv the universal i law ef man kin i that tint thjnfc of lavery i and arsenals, aud other placet in which the i ko odious that il can ony I t ntaiud rxcliaive innsdiction of the United Siatf oy potiiTe law. ' ( prevailed oy the Conalitutiou Ti-ee are The Lcal law in rnrere authurixinir 1 lLe wortls slavery was not a law to which Congrra i 31a. Tat wui tL I ill ünser the quea ve exitU-nce; it w a n law in existence I without troubling the Senator to read trfv.re Co-jrr had auv jurisdiction otrr : the pNifurni. I conceive that in the Dia- lh- Territory . The Constitution did not ! intervene by its terms to exclude slavrrv. ! there h to a iest law in xi-U-i ee i.."t i .. . I . I - 1 I ' ue iy K,oPgrvis aulhoiuiiisT it. Cori-( My i " ii .a iiDWliuf m UJ W IJ. lilt llllfclli; j oi tint K,cal lsw. It ri there: men had a . . '. J - ;, v . . . - j have no Ivht to do it. The creed 0f the Reru..'Jcin t.artt as I unl.r. ." . - - 1 IheSecator wants to know whether it 5. a part of the Republican creed to keep W out f tl-r Union a State toleratiu" .slavery an which arolies for admission if...! !,- wl . Read the ' creed; is there any auch word in it? I there atiything that lojoks like it? Why n0t ask me if it is a part of the Republican nrt nfiV-Tj-rM,.i:-.oT . creed lo keep out ol the Union i State an- plying for admission into the Union the 1 constitution of which rruvid that . . . . . . . - people shall elect her own Governor? We have never said so. What n-ht have you ' to assume anv such thin "it U no frt ..... ii. ii mi rill rartofmv political faith, that ,Iriii, i I J I P ...... ........ . HM .i Many tuch case( h occurretl in tj1Ph;, , ,i ... . , ' ( j afn wiiin lo ,. , , , . , s aV.; I Tt. r ' att had no rieht t brin: a suit in the United States courts : &ni hal aH h dfct,Je,L That deciaion ' n uhi ii iu nun iu Hub iruciilir flip' ... . .... ' iHiiuiru t D':i- w.- l,,c Ju 01 court traveled . f ....... rf poilical rr:ncinT., fcr . ! . ,v j 1.. i ... , . .a. . v . v : i ... r at.- f i i i a.. i c... r ' ... if .. ... : Sll" Oovernment may prohibit slavery. r,,.,. nn..M.;n. in aTerrin.p. - ' ' . l. . 1 , ii...!. o. in' i r'.iiii 'isirniiDruiriF'uuiui.11, ui my o u , ,.-.. .. i i :. 1 . .Ifr.'rs. f tha ' s ""mr iiiiti, fa:'! w in ir i jvsti ifii I V-.1JII. lourl. when yno attack that 1eeiion ? - w - sav'vs ti - - s j , , 1 . , . mty jctrs tht WJS In U CUin- .1 - ..... -couniri , scl'iicccu in uj ail allies Why did you asss.l it. and open op this i ciciting ej'ietirvn T I deny any lurh tie ' eision has Seen made as that ls-ery exi.!s ' m m 1 runoij , it omikiiv Dunn hi aae hMs rijiht titase hint i Territory and .t. ..i. . .1 . .... . . . r . . 1.. tory crthaltheownerof as'ave ttlttlie hlfU ti a Territory atd there ai a :yc. Sirrome Curt of tho fnite 1 Sis 1 a a h -tl I Ml It lhe 'n s iorKii,:r"". ""r " . ' " . -sm'!'! aVSS.rv'SI 1 fas a b A Oa laT.AAia.aA.rs a A Mll.iOl a .mri,nl from ty r,pr,.., dfci()ns of the . ... I'lJlt' I. n.c .J.'i;' l.ri - . .,r -4111 .1 i .-.... IV. U .... 1 . C.... . . I . T 1. . i . 1. .:.!..... i. it . lormrrnecisions 1 1 i..r,e ryipreme vo in i.- t'etf as tossythstone person had a riht ... tv.l. ...... f. . . ... .1...... . I. ..!.. in i i a i"i i.i-1 l i.ir ill Iii nun i bt t irtue of anv art fir. of lhe ir.habdsr.ts of a Territorr.' ! hoiH leriste s-ainst i-ntr a -i s-t r' '.h st aserteJ right, i wonld acquire in listed ih de'iiT.r.- 1,. f,- hun unocr ntc... , :. .v. .....t. .... 1 . i.-.4rc.....n o. ir r ruiii as io iae la uc .. lsrc.- If A s-ie-f f r his freedom and the e.jT. drcid'd ths'. Le was x :t euttttel t mm a 1.. a a a i I M t "";wn 1 J toiuiater the law as ojr fat! era ma It it. i Mr. YoU-1 do .sk the Senator's . opir in ; I ak hini to eipur.J the r'lt- .nr. a r omo ui i nave etpoanje.i it. denies ary s-ch right. Your hfpolh I esl ease will reyer sne We il.ir . ........ - - a-- I . . . ! II S icuri wm mr mil mtn 1 .iwiiicd; im . if it should, we will reort ta the ConttitU- 1 f iaeal means. l.- tha K.ll.il.Kit . li tka nan. j pie; we w V sppetl from the exposition of 1 our political rihts by men drnsed in j gown, to the cr?at lody of ths peerle. il....W.I.J.... I t : .1 ...... -im iiniriufT ioj iirnurrii ino I Mr. Ynlee-Yo-i w.,U U-ial.t. ia ... 1 . - . . t ciuoe it 1 , Mr. Trumbull We oil legislate to exriu i i;; st. j the decisioa ol a cate .11 a. a a-- ai j iiory, exee- as to the individual tse. than ! has your decision as to Dred SrStt, that I.e . u . ..jic i;.... i. i.iiro loa li- c uld not see ia Ihe Federal Courts. ettab 1 . , j uoi sue in me rroeril l. ourts, es.aol liihed the fsci that Coogrets could lulls g !a!e to keep slavery oat cf a territory a decision which scarcely a justice of the ' peace in the .S.a'e of Illinois would aire , made. Why, tir. if aa in Jitidual had : if u aa individual bad ccrae before one of our justices with itaodhads4rtotbstaahadroiurisdietian snd tLeo had g- on and investigated the fits, its itid how hi 'o uH htre decided .. . . . . . ..I it if L. had jin.Jictiou, I think the mho! comrnnity would hTf laughed at hi f .illy. That i aadly what the Supreme Court of of aaprra anj MiiMfi, ii?in under the Cai'.uutiuu, ho might in p roc-fit of time eubvi-rt and de.troy t. Mf.Yut-NDw.t!,H..l wuuldr.ll the Snator'i attenlian l another qtn ation. 1 ' afd whfthir, un.lt-r the nrtt eiatae w thi platform, the Senator Cwualrue d a!a , very to Legally tuatu.-, or olhf r tac, tn i tie Iitrict of Columbia. an: in the forta 1'iet of Col unbia. the Constitution of the United States hsa not extiermini. by ila Urms abt tihed slavery . leca He it existed ! I - I " III .1 nere. ny virtue ci ucsi law, w nen me um-1 oiii" uuniuru jui i.uioivu uin inc District . . . . I - ..11 1 11 ! rn diätes af the Union w are called Ab- olitioaists? Would Senators induce their . -i I 1. .1. utn, or amonjr. the naves ot me aouia . . 7 ...... . A a ill Ton lift mure secure 7 win mere bei any leas likelihood of an insurrection, . . ... I i . . i . wlen you have circulated ti rougnoui the whole siave population tne idea mai iue.liaaj Democratic Part v " said in a speech great mi.s f the people of the . north a-e . rr, : readv to arm them lo slaurhter their mas Why not, then, I ak, treat us as ! brethren? Treal u fairlv, take our plat- form a it is When we "say that all neu re cre'e J tuan in rights. We . , .rn rreatil ennal. we do not mein that, or.' ... i I . . . i ' organized society has the tarne i do no. teUrate thai in Uli- lime when 1 acted witli the old democrat ... ... IC party, i am no more arerse to u now man i was men. i nave uceu ami a si it and would b as far as aay Senator from our platiorm as the exponent of our prin- lid and Uir genlleman, to attribute to a ' :;r-ut party in the couulry, which has de . . i 1 . tiared its principles in convention assem- Med. what any one individual member ol he party may ay are his opiuioni lr The dilor cf the Journal is still sen aitive about "what the comminionfts el- lowed us for publishing the delinquent erly publishes ail Cor neir.y so) cf lhe Sheriffs aalM. This is a fa, j.b given i.i M, ar rt IV. I., t J ' .... pur,os.ly t0 1,0 j,ll( lha charis be l as , . - , .. been maVmr for this rork. From Nov. Tth to DC 7: h. hi e'.sr es against dlin. - - - n es - - - - - . qnnt debtors is fini 50. Taking this as inr air. i 'e 1 r me sear. .1 ... ..1... and the sum he ... ... . , . , '"' f r 'i work would be 15.?. Qaito s. nug little su n. Now the coil of .it this werk. f. r which Mr. CookerW eels ... . ; ' ' ' - 71 . h LJ u ' in se'?ieS rj,, the d-t.r.qn-u: tsxlistcf j?, nor does il occnpT one half the . rfo- ' imsn. rf root, The Cdnd, LosreYer, charges ftvetin.es as mueh for Sheriff's l . . I . I.I! . I :. . j sica ur mr urnn'jien " ma . .it eis demt ;o:e n ongh to"kep i . .tii.i i i i.4.rr- in. r . n I a 11. . . . . . gm .T.'T I t l' t .! " ' I- ' IW11,'U f."nu-h. He avs he cul j have pub . . - .-. da.lsrs It-sa" than we rhs'g'd.a-1 we sy we COULD" that j ei are s ich a demaue. anl such ,. .. r,t ? k e k. and every pri ii'er in the ci'.y kttjvs, that Wf did not cht'ge oce fsnhinr too ranch for t'iblishit. tie de . w one hslf f jr a 1 vettle I r .tes r d hat we a S a a a . eare ese'v 00 e.. i e ha 1 a rishl. in tfCrtrdao-e wi h our published rates ! ' : (? lirr to "k the Cotny Cotnrcitiionrr to allow cs jul twice what we did, aad ' ,f tl ey had not dore it we could have re ' 1 ...... 1 j .1 : . . i f "'J J'-dntceM f-r thai amoont in any ' ,ni.rt nf lia l" . .1... t. rt. . -. . I a a.V - , - -r . , Ihern to tylrw ls erly ore hsf cur regalar j rr;-P f0r , Ireditin. Thry did it, and n I vteiriiT I ir as . Rirtnucas Nario.iit. Cjsv tsriosi. Among the Telrr day night w hi:h w , r,p" ffWrJ,f m rets ef othe rmi raph reper's ef Wednes ere crodd cl rf our : u," I Jr CI o.Kcrmaiier was cr.eioii.ee.ueci a that the National Executive Republican , nJ lLt l3h f J- tJat as the place snd ,D for aoM the KepaLltcsn ; sliontl Cecvtntiea. ..... i- iinpi.nsiriiTinnniiiiiiuAmurianinin .. .. . ..:! -I t . t . I. ftj uur uiiuuguiiuM iguuvr o. , iu Jo arual dieti'uihf 1 alike fur 1 1 in for Stihm A. Doulaa. "fir!. U and all and no pron cuiliy dittin eH l'it DougUi, and guiahed for biDj for " JJrekeoridte in ca hecannot jjet th LittU Uianl. ' Dit tinguiahel for bfin ii.tet.iely Atti L foiupluo, and voting peraiattntly for I.e comptonitf a. Iitii)uiahed f r d-e taring that he wouli never endorse tho a ltuinii tration ol ALtrl I . n illard, and ll.eu aving, nt II, j;uti I had better. Diatin- j gUi,hi-d for being a plattie repreentatie ! , . , , . ' .. ii ' " 'K""ea imocrai. uiMinguisnea . lor OMi'onaiiU'iM oi erery qutbiicn, ! and particularly in fav. r of S.juattrr or i l'opular Sorertinty, and nt knowitg exactly which. I)i-tinnihed for having held ottlce by the ajj omtfoent of a man, whom he now aeoum cf giving aid 'and comfort to emberxlers, and drawing an an nual salary of $VU0, the bounty of an Ad- ministration, he now abuea. Distinguish- ej (uT ,,tri0iie kpifci akness a great diuat for office an I an tincorutton mod- I 1. .. 1 . 0 mir uui freu Hi o aldington, a nu , . i cannot peaa irnn peronai cxejnencc, , ...:ii.i . jr. .. . , ... ... . i .in r?röBi iriWii cr rioikoa ir t... i . i. . b. - personally present and witnessed all tLe . . . disunion sentiment- uttered bv this ".la- ur'"lir" UJ ,", -" aS". 'oi Iowa : 4 ... l" lmP.,lb.Ie f'ir mo to cosier wun the lMUlJOCrat. 1 am a i 1 1 1 1 r i ( Miiii up inirinrri i i om Uo,ün ,nan- M constituents are Union people; they are old Clay Whis. who love iuc vousuuiioii aim me American bcion. and lanatics. Mio have applauded the disunion sentiments uttere.l iu debate ? rhc Democrats. Who have hissed the Union eetlcrtents spoken in that Hall? The Democrats. And. ntlemen, let me askwho hissed the disuuion arguments ? : II a--aatf' t si SJT-S . a a . .... i as ii noi ine uepubucans : ho cheerei 1 the partriotic. Union lovine remarks t!:at fell from the lipt cf Americans ? Was it nut the Republicans ? The Republicans have convincrd me and every other candid, patriotic man that they ate national and conservative, and the Democrats have proved themselves by their fauatical speeches and factious conduct, to be sec tional, ultra and disloyal to lhe Uuioa." Is not this rather an eye-operer, neigh bor, and don't you see it is as clear as a sunbeam that the "Great National Demo cratic Party" is, in truth and iu fact, a Ji union parly ? A party whose "blest men aud principal expounders boldly ptjtlsiin a desire to dissolve thi Fediral compact. Don't you sec tha'. you are lending your paltry assistance V avowed disunionists ? Don't you see that the tendency of your doctrines i, to weaken the baud which hold us together as one people Don't ) ou . t . t s are, mm within the um tnowtiks your party h'.s .lion the irue ground it oceu- pis, and that they are disunion grounds! j Can't yo-i see all this, neighbor, or ere )ou iu'l ou sshamed to be so obtuse and at the same tice presume to ads.-: Smite ourselfupoa your breast like one if old, antl in the agony of jour dvpsir cry. Lord hare mcrcv on me, a Dtmocrat. a- UThe editor of the J ourual seems de sirous to "keep it bef -re the perp'.e" that we (jot the job of printing lhe Drlinquenl fax List, and he did'nt. IVvr Mlow ! he is very mad abut it, and il ems to grieve Imn sore that this little jofj ecap-l him .... ... . . . Wonder why be does nV. keep it also be fore the people, tha; we o'T.'tei to male I ,f him a present of if our price fjr poh- lisfcing the Dtliuquent Mst w-is not f 1 00 less than the aterae price received lr publishing the Lists ed" fifteen of th priu cipal counties of the State. Why do you not make the o0, n-ihbor T We will cow do a little teller by him. We will take the acg-rejfste price riceired for the publication of the Delinquent Tax Lil in each of the counties in this Con gressional Diatrict, and if the price e re ceived is not fire kundrti dollars leas, we ill then make our economical neighbor a further present of eae mndrtd rfs'srs. Da you bite, (lrft?n ? If not. we t ill our selve, in our own ro d tirr..-, publish the armnnts paid by other counties, ai d by contrasting them with what we received, this ee-mmunitv can see what a gTeat dirna ogue yon are politicslly, and wh.st s "rst" you sre mecbatically . We say here now, and we will prose it nen necessary, tna; we cnargeu tne ueun . .. . i . . .1. i .i . ii.. qaenlt ajers for the publication en; tax paters lor ta- puoiicanou cr.u ...i. ;.4ua,. eir d.l,oqeneiee. le-s ih.n charged by enough to msk. thirWn States the a. of y ether efflce in the State. Do yon take ; Indian. lue, OH Jecfsar . U rot, stop jcur Now who were U.e agitators, who tha . .. ! . , t- i... i , . tleir any isaue .T.r I... i quil toskiog a fool of your ... I'-l . ' - 4-l. I.. 3IW. .-'.'.W..VV.. 1 m -elf. s- ITA large cuer of the eititens c f Jerre HsuteleU a feting ,n that e,ty on - I the divrderly state f political sfTairs, snd -aiuruay nigrit, to tats into eonsioersuon I to cootclt as to some etteetive plaa of un on and action far lhemete.-s fTeeaartL'e If seh a rceetieg was hel l in ihis city, I lX i,t, noX transpired here. Jsaraaf. I the roeeting was held, it has not ttsrs 1 ptred." I How lomlasstly bmlaens. In joir pip r of the 17th int. ippeira a call fur a iceetir of all cit;xos of tVit city eppoeJ to tlu Democratic party, for the pcrposecf conaultit cpon torre plan cf union and action relatire to the present and prcpectire cot:dition of American ro!- itic. - m In that notice it i ktated that "if auch a state of things hall exht, a that all the Northern Slates hall Tote for me rran, and all the Southern Ptatea for another, tt the nit I'reiiectial election, each pladed to maintain exclude actional firhta, tha . . . . rcstm oi -ucu a conies mual t,e tbe de- airuciion c all at'achmeet etweeu Hie North and the South." Thif it no t.tw i.lea. It waa iterated, and re iteratfd.dcr ing the contest of IfröT. Theo aa now, it was proclaimed that if the Republican candidate was elected, it would not ocly "destroy all attachment between the North aHd South," but that it would be just cauie for a dinolutlon cf the Ut.ion, in fact ditnnion was ojenly threatened. What were the principle of the Il pub .1 V" .1. J.l.o....t. 1 mm uwc hi nie i r i 1 til me vurai'io- t . . i raise measures, acquiesced in them for the -i . e . 1 . .. . I mil QamiI... :.:.:.-. They showed , . ... . . "'awäwVUä.iaciia iu iiiiana J ine,r 1C, intended to ' .... i . : . v .i. . . r . t wul 111 mm, me ipirn oi tr.e i corToxai respecting slavery. The agi- . tatioo of that our.tion eons.hnted .hlir : . . . . . . cllP,ll ,tock ,u political trade, and he that made the loudest expressions of devo- 1 tion to the reculiar institution eTnprt...t i . v. to ap the richest harvest in the rewards of popular favor. Iet this fact be borne - bimb ins l.iii iniitri in f.s n bhi nr.a a.l t t-i at T , t-.v. opposition. This was the first intimation we had that the compromises of 150 were ' frtKa i; A t a .v l be dis.rrded. end the slavery ques t,on a?ain PPC(d up for agitation in Con- It" a.l SkW . B S gress. recline .orth desired r.o sr,Ch agitation; we were I peace, and we de- l'a sired to remain at peace with our Southern T bich the Doctor replied: Liethren, but this state of things did net ' "With pleasure I answer YhS." sr.it the agitator; they were determined ( Rut thry do aay as your late Geo. Whit no territorial government should be estab-, comb said upon Ilm subject of Congress lished for Nebraska, uutil the riht to take haviug power over the Territories, slaves there was admitted. Mr. Atchinson oItii incontrovertible that slavery, here of Mi'souri, openly blasted that no or- or elvewhere, cannetexist without the sane- rniti.iii of th. Torritorv rn..U mi,! ------ v. - " 'jr V w aäW a aj , i u mil .e Missouri Compromise was re- pealed. 1 he memorat.te H-ion of lbo , I followed. Mr. Douglas, chairman of lhe Senate tVinmittee, repotled a bill for the organi- nation of the Territory, iu which even himself, ut:crupulous as he was, dared cot opeu'y propose the repeal of the &x sec- tion of the Missouri Act, which prohibited slavery; bat being an unscrupulous derna ,i ,, . , gogue, and a standing canjuhte for the . 1 """''ncy, naiing i-n a oeiciiea one iu 12 ! he sought by a diMcputable dedara- i. -i i . i . i.i tory special pleading iu his leport. not uth what they desired, ar' Coropron;ie was not repealed, and .1. ..ii. a a a .-.. -.: South, in the till. Southern agitator p rceiving how potent party discipline and Pr.ai.lential ..stionaer bad bren in brine- 1 irg Nertheru rtcuar.ta u to the traces, " " ceuclude J that as tlity l.ij got so ruv.cii yieMeJ to them, they inii;ht as well go the -. . 1 I.I.I. niO r DCUiF II unrr, lim urn luurii in. . K. . ... . unconditional repeal of the ih section cf lie Missouri Act; this also, ws accorJe 1 to them by their Northern allie. for the r.ari- an 1 the fat ofce ard the Tresi party, an 1 the lat oitice , ar.o deccy in pcrpective in IhoG, and the arrny . l.l. 1- . for the and navy contracts, and lhe disposition of seventy millions of revenue annually. Mast noble and disinterested Pattiote ! . 1 s it f - ...... 1 roenl has not lhe power to create a slave. most t.e and f.r seeing La.on saver.!- malr linry THEV Whoaroeie-x yoi then, supposed that in- jjaVK A RIP.UT TO PKOHIlilT IT." th- year of Graee, l&o9,you would have . Anj tL,v M. k jtniffc anau said lost political ascendency io slrnoat every ' (J0., are scqusinted with thst gentleman Free Stale, and thst in every Slave Ktate Mr. Journal, we believe.) yon would be ar. open and avowed die- . 'Having urged the ajoption of the Mis unioa party. aouri Ootroproicise the inferet.ee is ineisti- Had you been true to Northern rights tie that Congress, in my opinion possess J . ... , , . . es the power to legislate upon, the subject end interests in 1M. the Tcrvitory north 0ft'l4Tcry j0 trje i erntories." cl 3G deg. 30 mia , would have leen set tied quietly by emigraaU from both the Northern sod Southern sections of the Coolederaey; this great cstioo would have been at peace within its borders, snd yoo would hsve ben entitled to the retpeet and gratitude of your fe'dow men. What was lhe extent of Territory affect ed by the repeal of the Missouri Cropro mie ? i l J . f .1 ii .n....i .....r,. s-.w miles, and tn area ef four hundred snd cf, eighty thou.snd squste miles! . - egeresms? We, who aocgkt te defend our - - - B w , r'ghta in this inameose Territory, or they T .i j . l i . j who corruptly and trescheroualy wrested ; lhem fof Th - rti Dfn fof ( u9Mmtm , . " . "V ? i cotiseqcence of thoe act I The old Whig - 1 10 j Democratic rarties were broken cp ! thereby; the Democrttle party becstre a I .i... .- ae.i iv. trv.:. i 11 v Bj I' t s- a sa M ve a a j ft n va astt7 v-a II I ' I party disbanded. Hence arose the neces - j raenced orgsoiaing in the Free Btates, an and t iu tew, pinenieu a cauaiaaie lor ice irrnidtacj, and aaasiated printlplea f I Ctf . i.i . 1 . . . . . which will i'to.l tLo test of tim, and are j ilrsttLed t beooffit pararcouclin tili coun- j try. The-e principle are triumphant in Kantas to day; they are the rallying cry of ' a frreat parly in th ala Stale of Miaaotiri, and would find able advocates in all the lave State, if freedom of apeech and cf the pre were permitted. These priociplea are truly national, they will be re-arHrtued in aubttaoee by the Ke pt, blicau National Convention in lC0, whoever may be the candidate. The prrat I principle f Vrredota in the Territories, will never b surrendered by the Republi can party. That, ia cot aggreaeion; that is not sectional. If the Republican party electa a candidate from the Kre JStatei, lLat will be no cause of otTence ta the SouUi.aoy more than would be a uau from the tlave Stales, pledged to carry out the tame principle, aud p!cdgtd ho will be without any doubt. Suppoae we express a preference far Mr. Bäte, of Missouri ? Ilia friends there, not only hare adopted ; Republican principles, but ihey are band ii together is a Democulic Republican . . .4 .. . T r 1 .. I :i .1 .11 - MC jVt, iohiu, inn a-f r'j "mi,,,OD ' uiitoraao; cirmcnti .... . . - : : V 1 . . .. ut uvj lyr a iiojo iu ipeai mailers, out organization is at- foundation to build REPUBLICAN. Senator Trumbull day he declared he Democrat. The Jour- is aaya: "If he is w naea got to aay ia he ,.. . .....r r.k,,..... ' . 1 " - No tine t r i n I hat IK. I rkiiKl ia i ioh ... , -"- " " w as ancuoiicu oy me Democratic Prty , ..... ... . .. i oere is one thing certain thsy have ner 4?r bn u-lr "o01 of Joor Demoerat- ic brethem were a few tears aro. TheY rf d j have situ saii like Joseph E. McDonald, )our P'eaent Attorney General, in his At- mr a a - . a J hey never advinated docttines like that Mr. Journal. Vor like Graham V F.trh ,m,r rr.n Graham f itch, your rretent U. S. Senator in hi. Pomeroy letter: "Will yon. if elected, vote for the aboli- . a tion ol slavery in the Uistncl cf Cluw 10 t1' POSime law. . 0 . ' a T am e fi r,1 ft. aW4 Ä ll a tvaa.a . h ... th tTorM4 M1f constitutionally, puis such orffanie laws a ' a o for lhe (ovcrniceri of the territories, as will !n l.L,ir operation, prevent the territorial I flI f urn Irnm roiiir ir anv anK I.t. 1 , Allows that Congre-s can, in my jadgmeni constitutionally prevent the introduction j of laTff7 -Qto thest teriitoriea." They say as John Law said: Were I iu the Congress cf lhe United '. boubl roost assuredly give my ' vi.te and mtereat in favor of every nropo- . ,ilin for c!udiojr ,UTerr from Ll Jrti. . . tory acquired, or hereafter to laequirtd,by lb sJuited Slates. I should dem any . ,V ,i , V : -wo- ' ' rhey aay as Senator Hannegat eaid: 5 ... no hesitation in sayier that Coigrsts doss posaes the power, under the ( Coustitutioo.of prohibiting s.ayerj. in the Territories of California and New Mexico, r.r In mnv ntKif Tirfilnri- ail.il. 1 W . VI l'i "i'l uiuil l'lll.ini - lillli IUKDUI , moa p.. oflba CoBfederacy." Thev ST tl the? Democratic legislature f aaJjt ,, , , w- . . i : ... , . i I fMoV., That the institution cf alitery . t cl,t not to be it.trsutucd ioto any Ter- ritory where il dots not row ext. Thev say at John rttit did. Yoj bare just aa touch riht to probib .t..rjsr,tho anv other KijiaTativ ae! ; a . I might say thai YOi: ARE COMPELLED TO PRO. UIRIT IT: YOU CANNOT AUTHOR , Yl I T. 1 say to (reailt-mea. this Govern- - ; Adi .t.y ,ftT Is j;j t Democratic . gule Convention in lb43 in this Slate. x x tbe duty of Congress to prevent ; the Intro-Iact ion of lavery into their Ter- i ritories. s J" C Dr 7 out Senator Trumbull, for negro wcrthiping UemocrsU have turned a oeeafiaf rummer - et in lhe last few years. Talk abonl by- j owVm e.s i Tat m bull's SriiCB.-We a-ive lo the ' readers of the Expresa to day, the material r..der. of the Express to day. the material . &f b. 1 Trumbull in lb. U.S. Sen.t. Iiis. clear, j , succinct and maateriy expose of the doc- I , , , . . ., ... ...... . l.il.,l V. m IK. Wannl.l .'ft n navlw . ; , . , , ! No one can misunderstand them atter read- I .... . j Inf this speech, and we presume there are Pdiced by partisan r,red.Ieetiona will fail to be convinced of the soundness of tie views there enuoeia- ted. a m Frem le iaiieaeeiis Jtarael TT Madame Doge is now underthe in structions of Madame Dihst, for her pecu liar and successful treatment of nervous af flictions, and will offer to the ladiet of In dlsatyalis tie rtaalt c-f etch iattroe tiene. CONGRESSIONAL. XXXYI CONGUESS Fiaar Saaaios. WaaaiHGToa, Dec. 3. UOUSK Ur. Farnawortk, of Ma., be iof eutiiled to th floor, u williaj In give way for a motion to proceed to rot far a Speaker. Rußa, N. C. cud other DetaocraU. ob jected.inaiatingon Mr. FarnivorUa aithtr proceed iot; witk hie rem ark a er abandoo- j lhe flo0f jjther. Mr. Fama worth t aid he made the propo. itioo io good faith, lit did not dtairo to place any impediment in the way of no or ganiiatien. He and hie Republican friends had been hero or nearly thro weeks, do airousind aozieua to vete for a Speaker They had no disposition to discuss tho ala vrry question now, bot would wait till an organitaiion had been efTecled. He a poke for himself and did net want the Bepubli can party held rrsponsiblo for bis ttUer atce. lie said they have been met here with speeches and resolutions in regard to Help er's pamphlet, and lhe speech delivered bj Got. Seward these things were throat ta their faces with a threatened dissolution of lhe Union; on that account il bad oven been threatened here, that if they elect a Republican Speaker, the Union shall be severed instanter. lie proceeded to read from the Richmead Enquirer, edited by Richie, Tnee ek Co, and leading Democratic pspers of June, and May and Jane, 16, Ushosr that that journal Lad ultertd irrepressible conflict doctrines, and pronounced free sc ciety a failure, and further said that war between the two systems will rsge every where, until the one conquers and the oth er is exterminated. Mr. Seward, be said, never uttered irrepressible conflict doc trices half so strong. Senator lismmood, he added, had uttered similar sentimeule with regard to auch a conflict. He denied the authority of any member holding him responsible for endoraiag Helper's Bock; it was none of their busi nets. Ue read auch books as ho pleased. There was nolhirg ia his part ef tho coun try which would cot aland the test of free discussion and criticism. Be proceeded to arraign the Democratic party for en dorsing a book called Black Diamond, written by Pollard of Yirgiaia, end canted to bo read varions testimonials in ila favor. The going into Africa and seising and de luding; natives to gain their eonsent to be shipped to this country by the tniddie pas sage as apprentices, and after get ling them here to induce them to live in per petual bondage, the writer adoaiia it is a violation of the laws of the United State , but justi flee It by the necessitlee of the case, and says that the Union could be preferred only by thie totalled cob. aery at ire policy . Nth is the sentiment of the Democratic parly! Cobb I deprecate re peniag the elave trade. Now you speak out and aay wheth er yoa endorte Helper's Book. Farntworth I would like to atk Mills the question whether he eodorssd thoae sentiments. Mills replied Le most heartily, utterly, and from the bottom of his heart, depre cated any evasion law. (Applause. Faros worth wanted to know whether he was in favor of re opeuiagthe slave trade by repeal laws. Mills replied that he was mot prepared to aay. He would ask Karesworth wkoth er he was In favor of repealing the fugi tive slave law. Farnewoeth replied that he would aa awer the question by and by. lion ham said the act of 15(30, Which characteriied the slave trade as piracy was a blot on the statute book, and ooght lo be expunged from the statute book. Farr.sworth Does this gentleman en dorse thv sentiments of the book Blsek Diamond, for the revival of the slave trade by law. Rethorn It is impracticable. I do not land in the attitude of one who endorsee violating aoy existing law. Mr. Lamar said he always had beea op- pod to the re-epeoina; of the sieve trade. He was in the Renate when Beward de nounced the doetrtne which had eoeh ef feet on the South, that ts soea at this ad ministration should pass away the Abol itionists would get control, to overthrew Soother institutions, aad remodel 8- preme Court to as its decisions would be agaiast tha interests of the Soutk. Seward said he expected ia his lifetioe, when there would oot be the foot of a ein gle slave on the continent. Paroaworth The constitution has never provided that minorities should rale aa j Jntiea Dissolve this Union! What are you going to do with it? Are yon going ! to divide the Mississippi river? If eohow I much of it are yos going to give ua? u do mi Yankee j , . . .. .... a . . . ! dle, divide that too? Whstptrtof the i fourth cf July are yon going to riet ci. and what will you take? What are yew going to do with the grave of Washington? Dissolve the Union? For God's sake don't let us hear any more of this miserable cry about dissolving the Union. Don't you know If the Union is dissolved these mar ble palaces will become the habitation of bats and rats; will become atone qaarriee where marble will be ehep. Ton might ae well talk about dissolving the everlasting hüls as dissolving the Unioa of the States. After the call of the House, the SOth ballot was taken with the following result: Whole number of vetee 212; necessary to a choice 107: ßberman, 103; Millaoa, 27; flilcoer. 19; Psje?eackeO; the rest scattering. (From ta- !n4)aaili Jouraal.i tT Scarlet fever ia again abroad in our city, and rxaay deaths result from thi malignant diaease. Ph vaici ana have l.arn. j ed that atrong medicine in scarlet Caver of. ten .rssults fatally, and at caulbabtba parent of safety, mothera shoald twecllesi ihe importance of good nuraieg, keep the) feel warm in euch .attaaks, tho head oool. rub and bathe the chest and throat will. alt and water, uae gentle medication ta La reecommeoded by Madame Dodge for the diteates of children. DxiVTircL. It is well worth walk to visit the Toll Bridge or the river bank aad behold the beautiful robe ia which Nature htt enfolded the forett on tit cthtr ltd. Every bough and twig It clothed ia til-' " very sheen and the sparklia j ia tie eca'a , rayt It one ef tit cost tjtrjtezt til:-lzj ' of beaaly we ever bcliJ.