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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1860, New York, New York TOL 2805 WASHINGTON fatter 1 tie Hoaw ot Sound Mora Voting Hereafter 10 th Wednesday Jan I to-day entered a defence for Party against the Indictments from and and Uien canted the tolo and charged high and upon the Democracy He was followed In spirited addresses by Senators and hi Senate adjourned without an Executive i BOOM U recovering its sanity Afler able and speeches from Messrs and Mr made tome humorous remarks concluded by proposing that for the next two tint without speaking Toll was that the Home agreed by common Mat to kare at least three ballots each clause being left unsettled Some now express hope that an election mar be effected as all the American Party but Mr DATIS of Maryland agree to vote for Mr Sun of North Carolina who will be to-morrow by Mr Gouts who The Republicans will continue lo ad- here lo Mr A Board of Surrey to consist of A C Unas and Surgeon E H A IAD a will convene In Immediately to report upon the L to be made of certain unserviceable property Subsistence Department lo be sub- mitted for their inspection by Capt C L A detachment of mounted riflemen under Lieut Is ordered to Fort Craig and a detachment Lieut JACKSON to Fort Stanton Lieut of the Topographical Engineers Is assigned to at the Department In co Capt W K VAB smaster was to have appeared before the Court of In- la last month In consequence the scarcity of corn in the rations for and moles hare been reduced Company K of the Mounted Riflemen has ordered from Fort on account of the scarcity and high price of ferage aid takes at Fort Bliss received here Indicate that the Reform BiQ will be Ignored Quite a serious break has occurred in the Cabinet between and Lord JOBS on the Isthmus Casal Question The latter official has addressed a lo our in reply to our demand Car In the case of the Rufia Secretary 1 understand Is preparing a rejoinder equally M the new French Minister has taken the residence In Georgetown lately occupied by Count Madame attended the last In her Court drees valued at The masses stared Q TOB or tra Wednesday Jan 25 Dead letters instead ol being returned here six months as heretofore are now returned within half that period of time thus proportionally of valuables to their ers as well as preventing the Inconvenient lation of such the various This new arrangement works well The eral suggests an alteration law to return thi m within a shorter space of time The official documents to the Senate on the call of Mr SPUMES embrace the correspondence of our Minister to Rome with the Papal Got eminent concerning the outrage on the family of Mr and at Perugia and show rmnl settlement of that affair by Cardinal No format has been made by Spain for the settlement of our claims against her but her dis- position as recently expressed Is considered highly favorable to that result j Our Government has received no dispatches from England for the isit two In relation lo the San Juan difficulty It is agreed on all will soon approach a On the vote to-day for Speaker Mr was by bis friends as formerly in a soliJ column All the votes cast for Mr were from the Democratic side The Southern opposition with the exception of Me tars DAVIS of Maryland voted for Mr Surra of North Carolina together with Messrs CLASS of Maine Di- PiToa SMITH of Mr DAVIS of Indiana received six Totes and twenty-seven votes were divided among twelve other gentlemen Information has been received here a tion was Introduced into the Senate of Mississippi on fee but to send a Commissioner to the Virginia in view of the impending danger to the South SENATE Wednesday Jan 25 Mr LIKE of presented of the Union Meeting in New-York and read a letter from the Secretary of the meeting tog that the citizens of that City are true to the Con- and the Union and wish the fact known Mr LABB expressed the pleasure It gave him to pre- these resolutions though he might not agree word therein contained He hoped these Meetings were Indicative of a sound sentiment at the North and that they would continue to be held He that the be read Mr HALS of objected to reception on the ground that the Senate bad heretofore refused to receive a mere record and ex- pression of opinion which required no action al the hands of this body Ha made the objection In no feeling of He was as gratified as any one at the expression of patriotic sentiments Mr Lias said if It was not in order to receive the resolution he honed they would be incorporated in tte remarks he Mr BALI suggested that the subject be laid over till to-morrow If the practice of the Senate bad not been what he bad supposed he would withdraw all objection Mr DAVIS of Mississippi thought go on the flics of the Senate Mr LAB 11 withdrew the paper Mr Maine presented a for the payment of the mileage of DAVID C Referred Mr Maryland offered a Ion to fill the vacancy In the Hoard of Smithsonian Institute with the iiama of the Vice Adopted Mr resolutions that the Territories the common property of all the States came up and Mr of Massachusetts spoke Mr W ELBOW commenced by referring to the fid hat this Republic entered upon lls it proclaimed to the world the equality of man No to Us eighty-fourth year It presented the humiliating spectacle of a nation distracted by discussions ing out of the bondage of four millions of men Everywhere In the United States an Irrepressible con noTI on on in States of Union the privileged class of ers In support of Its Interests the constitutional right of freedom of and of tbe Press Tie Federal nearly all departments was under the Tne speaker Ihen Mto M African Slavery in this country aad m bom he Ume of Its sten to tte present MADISOS and many other U- o Tbe 6 the p compi Powe T-r IS men to al umo ui uw the Federal they had held that wan a moral social and political evil and y desired nnJ anticipated Its extinguishment t Government was composed of Ant men ind all the principal appointees of the of entertained the same opinions rasted bat state of public opinion with that at the present day Tbe malls dally of the lawless deeds of brutal mobs of tea perpetrated on freemen of no crime It was a crime to to the opinions of the of Republic The lu half of the Slales was at the mercy He co unless father ment of ft lies i ed th ID no hoi ill ernst men hpd undergone a revolution and this change had a fleet the in ere banished free negroes were alternative of banishment or Slavery of Christendom were free men sub- o such insults and indignities as In the Stales of this Democratic Republic admitted that tbe opinions of Southern the policy of the Federal Toe class was obtained through of the Democratic Party was forced lo carry the flag and bear the burdens of clan He recounted the history of m of the war to the to show that the Democratic Party had been e 1 to act always in tbe Interests of tbe slave Hie Slavery propaganda desired Cuba and 11 order lo extend Slavery and It was ar- policy and to restore the ment lo tic policy of its founders that the Republican Party w IB organized Tney believed that Slavery and sectional that Congress or the people Territories could prohibit Slavery On these he had joined Issue with the Democratic Party which had been overthrown in nearly all the Free States Mr pronounced the threats of Southern men to dissolve the Union In the event of the election of a Republican President as a disunion which bad been played In and was to be re- now The Democrats who were vhr weary ear of the country with worn-out professions of love for the Union dared not rebuke the disloyal of their leaders and were willing to continue the destinies of the country In the bauds of who avowed their intention to rule or He quoted from many ot he members of the MASOK and show that bad threatened a dissolution of the Union In tbe event of election During the present session weeks had expended with reference to tbe tion i ex Fall He referred to tbe remarks of Mr CLAT be hoped the first fruits of a collision tent reaped and Interpreted them to mean that hot c who favored a dissolution of tbe did not Uitend to leave he Capitol but were ready for a genei al bloody struggle In the halls ol Congress In reply lo Ibis threat he had to say Senators would not be Intimidated by It The here not to fight but to legislate but be give the Senator from North Carolina notice that should they be annulled here deadly In- In tbe discharge of their duties those will be repelled and retaliated by who will not dishonor fathers who fought at Dunler Hill and conquered at Saratoga Though reluctant to enter upon such a struggle hey M ould not abandon It In dishonor Mr then referred to tlie disloyal at tnc other end of tbe Capital mid comt on the remarks of Messrs Paras Ci KBT and others and the disunion uttered by Democratic Presses In different Bof the The American Democracy led Slavery propagandists stood before at on as the ol human progress lie re- the wrongs It perpetrated In Kansas Fen Kta the coi an tba reb tl te pro rim I fro in fla le and by expressing the hope intelligent patriotism of the nation would tbe mad of folly and f dim tic ism would the Union Into fragments and alp In tha language of JACKSON The Union d shall be preserved his speech Mr an extract the speech delivered by Mr In litch il the condition of of the was better Hi in of tlie of ate North iON of if report lie did any lhat African ned he condition of the poor white man but be ahout white r Wri SON lo hear tlie rj of North Carolina clts fur the last seventeen M Ced Slaie Men hail to take to s the Constitution ami laws of that State rtq ire a man to perjure himself before he can hold e there in Massachusetts hod three times us i inny as there were In the whole South and this he thought was due to Ma always eulogize act on s In the lie read n paper to Mr avowed Abolition Tnc set flees of no been so much the it of The other Stales were her als Suppose that Innocent men bad the South No mobs ncr got to prevent men re- their properly DAUB agreed with the Senator from North lie I repeated thut If men tUo Cor with hostility to the South would ro- s tbe wrong her strong right hand She Id never if driven into exile The Sena rom Massachusetts had no right to call them on I sis The Party seceded at the election He defended the South fr i n the charge of violating compromises and I the repeal of the Missouri Compromise olid Senator from quoted from the speech of Mr said he much of his liberty by reading tbe Then w as the teacher of the Senator and tatsos had No union with The Constitution Is a covenant with death an agreement with hell But he believed there la the Bay State enough Democrats to-day to drive k band to hand these men He argued that the ech of Senator from was an to JOHN It was the language of who war Into n neighboring Stale had respect for sincere but the ave jm the senator from Hall shows that he men and He asked what was meant by of tbe Slave power T Did the Senator an to Inflame prejudices T He would not be placed i false position He saw a dark veil banging over future He would preserve the Union which our icrs established but could not sacrifice his honor Tbe arc those who sap the Government Tbo South never ght to demolish 11 and the history of the nl would Uial fact Tbe Senator should not arraign the South especially Kli Carolina while his oWn State nullified a coir law He defended the legislation of OK such as any honest man would give tu his Adjourned i HOUSE OF Wednesday Jan 5 Mr of Kentucky low a tone that but of ids ched the gallery He was un- stood to deprecate the extremes of both Even If an of the House 3 not effected he believed our rights will be guarded 11 the people have time to make another election I fend representatives here In when would be made to pay our ky would look to as a remedy for bhe will be the last to go out of the Ion of Missouri rose to a explanation denying the of a i In the New-York he to propose the adoption of the plurality c lhat tlie election of a Speaker such a rule would be unconstitutional be ould never vote for or favor It In any wny He the resolution lie Intended to offer from han emanated the to drop the candidates ing lowest number of rotes until the contest It down to two highest which would rlly result In an election by a of Tennessee Cox Of to and Of Illinois made personal explanations Mr of Carolina sold he THURSDAY JANUARY to offer a resolution that the reporters of Use expelled from the No was given for this resolution Mr said he f Imply had the resolution read for Informa Hon If any one to discuss it he would lo let it He over Mr of South Carolina rose to reply to some of the arguments of Mr aod to cor- nel many df bis historical misrepresentations After Interrogating as to whether be correctly under- stood his opinions Mr Kurr said they were la a great drama and not a farce Were cans patriotic strong honorable and loyal to tbe country engaged in the farce f Were the Demo Party with their achievements and Illustrious memories engaged In tbe farce T Were tbe who carry out what they to be correct principles and policy engaged In the farce I Were those who on their own line In- dependent of party organizations engaged in the farce T Tbo very capital was Invaded when the e nit red Rome and It Is said that Senators were so dignified that looked statues We are engaged In the great drama of standing face to face with the very existence of the Republic The Is on trial for life A struggle has arisen threatening to he fatal to the Government Itself Tbe of Indictment against Ibo South Is that Slavery Is Immoral unjust and a crime and ly that this la a consolidated National Democracy He conceded that the sentiments of the fathers of the Republic were Anti-Slavery but what did they do T Fresh from he battle fields of the devolution hey subordinated their sentiments and made a ery government Tbe Republicans sav they carry out policy of Ibe founders of the government but while they profess the sentiments they cover np acts of men wbo made the Fugitive Slave law and erected Territory after Territory with Slavery in them acquired Louisiana but did not restrict Slavery therein As to Slavery being tbe creature of local law as Mr and others maintained II was established the Old men t snd recognized in tbe New He maintained feat Ibis Is a Federal Government Tbe ery against the South Is pressing on the barriers of the Republic She would resist those and eland before tbe bar of history with no slain on her name no blot on her Ills advice was to prepare for dissolution If the exigency must come she will be ready she n til have adopted a wise precaution He reviewed Ibe history cf tbe Republican Party who condemn and Ibe Fugitive Slave law on the Wilmot Proviso and that there shall be no more Slave wiio Insist that Slavery shall be confined ta Its present area that the tion may die by starvation and suffocation Out the South no protection from mortal man or She will protect herself with her own right band She wonld drive back tbe hordes of Northern minions who might advance her She will march on and further South and around ner flag will be a civilization brighter than tbe sunbeams mound the mountain spread Her destiny will be fulfilled and then damned be he who first cries Hold enough Mr of Am raid he had no speech to make but had sought the floor simply some suggestions he might in some degree to plainer the path of duly be- fore hem Sincerely desirous as he was for an be diu nut staud here to-day to mike nny appeal to passions or sectional of the members bad no desire to engage In any pyrotechnic display of glittering however were In his opinion Illy calculated to bring them to a solution of Uie difficult question be- fore At best displays of eloquence but like Summer lightnings and hey might piny around the could not touch Uic He would not deal In unjust ungenerous or unnecessarily hanh of the tide of the who tu lie conservative in the exercise of that which was their Undoubted right though they widely differed In political sentiment from himself and hli He the farl but at the of different and distant this vast Confederacy some from the rude of North from the ol South gome from the broad We prairies mill others with of ore in upon their Ihry opinions and as varied as the in they lived h rot to ric that there be of opinion and concurrence ol ment nt upon all questions but It is country demanded and re- remember In coming here thut they have country to serv e as as a party to obey a presented to Die country ami Uic fur lie last those sent here to govern this I'd O i IMC ot the with which it was liis und lo there wore three Democratic Party the Southern the for tbe In number potent In and must be recognized as a piny They knew und the world knew thut 11 was only by a three organizations that they could I hope to beat down the Republican Party to which they all no doubt honestly professed opposition Com I together they had a majority anil the power In their own hands and yet they bad failed to carry out what they professed anxiously to deelie This had allowed party and party lo Interfere with their patriotism There would be no election resulting in the success of that side of the House unless there was a cordial and a hearty union They were all on the same glorious old ship their fathers built and launched on sea of national existence Their thers furnished a chart anJ sailing directions and they had differed honestly among themselves as to the best way to sail the ship and the meaning of chart They all agreed that the ship was originally built to be under the of the world and they had been from time to time saving lie poor who came to upon rafts and plunks from the wrecks of old world Some of these had come They had full In thought and Mlm Imd swimming and for succor all and them n venture but pome had Jic timing number thtl shown too murli tti the man ot tlie and liud told mun tin y HI welcome on board they could not he allowed tu bold the tiller or handle the ropes until Kiev have on board long enough to tell one rope from another While they had been these things old ship had been drifting wards tho breakers on a Ice shore and Ihu storm bad risen upon could hear tbe of the and tho gathering clouds which threatened to burst hi on them and at critical moment that a band of hnd to wrest the government of Hie from their to dispossess them of their of their property to drive Ultra Into tlic hold and batten down the hatches over heads This hod been going on while they were engaged In the struggle among themselves in regard to the mode of sailing the slit p Was II just reasonable in thin fts to let interfere with their united action whom they recognized as enemies He had no suggestion lo offer but did against the continuation of this most unnecessary lie had been disposed to keep silence for weary weeks although the outrage perpetrated upon his Immediate constituents had furnished tho Inspiration of mott of those who had He was present it that raid and a witness to most Infamous outrage He saw the blood of his shed by ruffians In tbe streets of Harper's Ferry and be had forborne lo upon the subject Not the least of the considerations for his silence was thai a Senator from his Slate sox was en u aged In the ID vest lotion of all the facts connected with Unit event and would In proper time present them fully atd fairly for the judgment of the country He knew that when the heart most the tongue sometimes falls and falters When he hail heard gentlemen that mous outrage he bud wl h difficulty refrained fro.n giving vent to his and his mind had gone back to that dork when be wiped the oold death damp from the brow of a dying friend He i believed U wonld be f hown by Investigation now In progress that this of the Blare question was the true cause of outrage and he wonld kay further that the Com- Virginia hail come to the tion that this shall be tbe end of It for she had buckled OB her armor for de PRICE TWO Buce ani all her borders were with Heretofore she had trusted 10 tbe Urs of tbe consanguinity and the good her States but she had been recently taught lo rely nothing but her own right arm so long as this Republican organization continues North persist In that organization T What good end could be accomplished T They bad Kansas already for should It erer la It would be as a Free flute He kaew there were some among the Republicans were conservative Tbo distinguished man from Onto Mr to a leader but few recognized him as such or wonld approve of the sentiments he had avowed from day lo day His position reminded him of one of olden Ume who In his sleep was hound baad and foot and then led about at the will of Ids He would appeal to to bunt those bonds and come out from tbe low ground of sectionalism and tske the high ground of nationality where tbe flag of Union floats with all its stars He had listened to the of the Republican candidate Mr and from his soul he pitied him It was with wonder and that be saw s man of his many high and noble traits ing himself lo remain another hour In such a position be signed tbe Helper book It seemed at solicitation of a mend and upon tbe assurance that It would contain nothing objectionable as It would be pre- pared under tbe direction of a Committee of the Re- publican Pany Thai Committee had put torlh a book which he Mr S denounced as most able and treasonable and had thereby made him victim tool and yet he submits to it llo was told that If this menace was taken off all those wbo had thus been Imposed upon wonld rise up and denounce act No man had yet stood up and de- fended that book He would like lo see the man wbo do It for then he would look upon a traitor Tbe gentleman from Ohio notwithstanding his personal worth and private virtues could never be elected Speaker of House because of his connection with that book for II was well understood that a- vote of the plural I ty would be only a sneaking vote for Mr He was one of those who signed paper referred to Ibe other day and pledged himself to stand be re day aid night and eat and drink here if necessary before be wonld give bis sanction to any vote upon the plurality resolution be feared Its adoption would result In Ibe elecllou of Susan Mr of an appropriation was about to pass which we were satisfied would be used by tbe Federal Administration for corrupt would you justify us as a minority in signing an agreement and binding ourselves each to the other that we would by factious prevent a on ItT Mr tbe gentleman was lo meet his own responsibility before bis constituents and he was to meet bis and went back to bis ents be could go the full assurance that the sition he had would be sustained and But he went the presumption that lie had a majority on his side and that the other side was minority nnd elde They were for be saw no man In their ranks and on their banner he recognized tlic escutcheon of nut a tingle Southern State lie rose however for no d of this kind but rather to hold out olive branch tlo appealed to conservative licans fiom Ohio Pennsylvania and among whom lie met for tlic first time In years hh college lo abandon their organization He came here lo act with lor the protection of American Industry but lion could be act with those whom be found nrraycd him and bis constituents T He was for tac protection of the interests of every man In try from tbe waters of the Aroostook to Mexico whether to works In he minus In mechanical or la engaged In agriculture lie would hive farmer feel as he his seed that next tu God who sends the sunshine and tbe rain be has a friend In the Government He was ready lo stand ride by side the men of Pennsylvania and New Jersey an his fattier did on tbe of the but he found them here In a party and giving nnd comfort tu the party whose leading Idea to Slavery Mr HALK of anted Interest of Virginia the members Juil Had not Peons acted like a sitter Suite r Had she not surrendered too from Harper's Ferry who her lie the lo show thai Pennsylvania had ever failed tu her constitutional obligations Mr the fact the Governor of Pennsylvania hu duty fully and fairly and be sustained by people of lie grateful to tlie p: of but belle ted they were represented here mem iers h lU In- fringed upon the Virginia by for a sectional This il I took place after the election In he be- lined the people of whole sec what iirc tlie Inevitable tendencies of They been deluded by tne of fie publican leaders they would not Slavery In States Personally that was true for not u leader among them from Fun o would to como to the South to Uut from year to year they had beaten the drum of Abolition in the and the Press in mid out of season teaching the rising Slavery is 1 curse Young Come was executed ut went at the sight of the happy groups Of slaves In the he to believe they were ble 111 and ready to clutch at any dunce for Upon wus the blood of Nut a man of lhat parly himself was age anu a their from Hie of llon politicians did not care for lie negro lint used this as K mere political hubby to ride Into power he saw here these Representatives one of whom Mr represented an lie was ol an incident in the history of Ins onu county lie hail a to apical to throe men or to the people behind them tu put don n this party for County Virginia was send Southern troops to during the Revolutionary struggle Not more than a rifle shot from his own was tbe rendezvous of those men at tbe base of a hill w here a beautiful spring wells up in the sunshine and there on tbe 10th of June 1775 assembled that hand o heroes and rallying cry was A bee line Boston Their own homes were safe but a elsler colony was In and they marched to the rescue Before they left their rendezvous they made a mutual pledge that all the survivors of the band should assemble on lhat spot fifty years from that day It was bis pleasure to be present at tbe re- when three old men survivors of tba band on tbe spot and he beard tbe story of their march from their own lips How made march of six hundred miles In days llov they were met as they the point of destination himself met them aud recognized the linsey-woolsey hunting whirls of old Virginia How ho embraced leaoTer bis old companion In armi when he reported himself from the right bank of the Potomac Ami how as hands silently with one arvl another down his Was JOHN the hest the could make for thin Heroic binJ T very rock in the which don n vum t riverbed by baud of in K the river on way to n ition be rent In by I it an i be the darkest day for this nation when this question was to be decided by the bloody arbitrament of arms He hoped discussion would now cease and lhat they would effort by a succession of lots to organize tbe House ami go on from day to day until they should succeed and enter upon the duties for which they were sent here Mr who said that tbe resolution he this morning for expelling the reporters of the New-York Herald from the galleries was based on the outrageous attack In that paper on members of Ihls e He presumed every man bad either seen or beard of It llo was free to say lhat U was the most infamous and attack ever made on any man In any deliberative assembly and tu which every man must and will feel n It called r a filthy and Lest thould do Injustice he had obtained a certificate Irom the telegraphic with the consent of the reporter In which It was said that those words were not contained in the report as prepared by the reporter for the Press interpolations have me In very disagreeable position wnh members Mr sold that Ihil reporter had made a fair candid and Impartial report of pro but In it hud been Interpolated in one of the leading a most vile on the gentleman from Pares xi LR had known lo be mide ou any m any quarter of the It the duty of the however the reporters may bo to ex- pel them uid not allow anything to go from them si authorized If the House were organized hr would Introduce it resolution to liave tlic reporters of paper expelled never again to be admitted so long as this building stands Mr said no member deprecated tics more than he did and no one listened with more pain than himself to on both sides of tbe Ho asked tbe gentleman to begin the purgation at the proper nl ice The official organ of Ibe Administration the had so far for- got its dignity as to the Republicans as using language foul and loathsome and Ing they bail been bought with n abating If the axe is to fall let It fall on all He was a friend of of the riml If gentlemen do not lo strike they should thf hold the blow The language of the Herald was not more than the language of the against the Mr did not see the applicability of remarks the reporter It In- nocent a fraud had been committed by interpolation In a fair and Impartial report If any such language w ere to be applied to him he would hold the vidual person ally of the gentleman throw any blame on de reporter T Mr No My object Is that lac Innocent may Mr the gentleman the re- porter be of course the I do not justify language la tne nature of a personal at- Uck ilr hope I may not be understood as desiring to abridge the liberty of the Press When It runs Into fraud and It ought be checked For tbe sake of our honor and dignity we to protect Me withdrew the UOD ft could not be acted on in the pretext con- dition af Uic House Mr of Pennsylvania proceeded to o Mr CM to what be Wr He that tbe Southern men were the Democratic Pany lhat those with them were parasites Mr ol Ohio called him to Older for using such language Much during this part of the proceedings Mr Bravura replied that If he knew what language Mr be should use It Bui If the language was offensive be would withdraw it and say that acting with the Southern men are satellites revolving them according to the law of gravitation After stating how unfair It was to ask Republicans lo disband he said that Mr was a politician as well as a man who thought the only way to aid the Democratic Party of wag for the South to frighten them into the belief that f they ventured lulo the election the Union would be dissolved and all lilal and pecuniary interests sacrificed He be- this whole programme was drawn no In the While anil followed out as he repeated to aid Ibe Democrats of the North by old women men In Wnen Ihls programme It used a word from the White House wUl organize the House We should he said stand by Mr If the House do not organize till the crack of doom C Cries of Good fiom the Republican He proceeded to state the principles of the Republican Pany They are founded In the love of universal liberty and hostility to Slavery and oppression throughout world If they had the legal right and physical er they would abolish all servitude and overthrow all despotism under the sun Out they claimed no such belonged to tbe Father of men Tney claimed no right to Interfere of foreign nations or tbe Institutions of Ibe sister of this Republic Tney could wish that Russia and Turkey would liberate their serfs and tbe South her slaves But laws of nations gave them no power in the oue case nor the Constitution In the other He denied that there ts any desire or on tbe part of the can Party to Interfere those and II Is a stern Inflexible principle of Republican Party that every law mint be obeyed unless II becomes so Intolerable as to justify rebellion While Ibe re Is liberty of speech there Is no power which can tbe utterance of these whenever they msy deem to do so While they would not Inter- fere with Slavery In the States they do claim that tac power to regulate and abolish In toe ries exists In Congress aud nowhere else We are resolved lo by principles until they be- come triumphant and we submit to ihA judgment of onr and to the civilized nations ol the earth and to posterity Mr of Virginia the If he held It expedient to exercise power to abolish Slavery in the District of an I would he apply It to arsenals dockyards and Mr could fct no difference In the jurisdiction over the District ot Columbia and the and He wan not prepared to eiy the fame of FC commerce Mr ol thought Mr vins not explicit He wished lo know w lie Uie r he was In favor of the tive Slave law It and tf In favor of its re- peal or modification to what extent also if be w U opposed lo the law of or the law of and whether he believed the power depends gether on die sovereignty of the or not Mr replied Unit If the turn to tho record be would find thai lie voted In Uic Uie Jan of As to Its repeal or modification he was in favir of it lie thought the law of He did not object lo a air law He was for giving toa to reclaim lie Jaw TTI the Sucre me Court remains be would IL Mr Ibat Mr in eurs proposed tlic policy of tic Republican Party to Slave witli a cordon of ore Ibal IlKe the scorpion il stinK itself lo death Did tlic make a remark ol that Mr tint If It was on Ibe boots was to say Uut made Mr Mr had the IU He the Eonie other which imperfectly ami to ilr I I don't prophet I Mr ol to lo Mr A he liad thai was a ilr replied V nnd lie was proud of it He hail hopeful boys of whom his lesgue was not one All he with a smile and a nod of tlie hejd I Uh you been one of my Mr on would have me Incorrigible Mr fo Mr ahou Uie opinion of the I ask a I wun even power of the to effect an ilion T The Democrats have ninety men ml it a dreil and nineteen votes lo elect Mr don't they ever will Mr repeated to which Mr my fire other men fier a ilck and slep out of we'll do it Mr desired to how his colleague lew fd much iBc Mr the one of his con- House ts Or Speaker The After a call of the House a vote taken with the following result whole lumber of TOUB Mr Mr Smith of North Carolina VT r The remainder were Mattered ether gentlemen Adjourned NEWS BY The Or AUD OV CHICAGO I TV The Convention for ttr of officers and the of to the Chicago met In this city TW Convention was very large nearly every I State being represented and the TUMI m1 were men of Intelligence aad sterling K R was A firm and decided but strongly pervaded the Convention and the utmost hai and good feeling Tbe present officers were Wf as follows Governor WM A niM of Norwich UR of of State Item Bon Treasurer J Hebron r WM H of Clinton The following to the lion for the at large were cboMD Pint GWeon Wells of j K of j Jd f land of Hampton A II Holier of Lai District 5 O Porter of Farming ton and L E ol So mers W Kellogg of Water bary B of Jamrs jallup of H II of Norwich B f Tweedy of George fl lUhte of i Tbe first resolution declares that Will upon attempt to disobey or violate I be sno every threat to 1 rf or demagogues in all parts of the Tbe and third deeply snd condemn the repeal of tbe Missouri d regarding It as wicked and fruitful of all strife The resolution opposes any br he any lu HODS of another and declares that we Vlll any State or Territory Trie fifth resolution the late lawless invasion of by an bsmd as well an the invasion of Kansas by armed The sixth resolution rebukes the Administration Prcrs In vilifying State br a majority of Its citizens as Insurrection I The resolution declares that toe threats madr by leading Democrats ji asd out of Corgi to dissolve the Union in cased tbe tion of n Republican President which no rebuke from he Democratic Press or fct any Democratic meeting brand that parti aai and revolutionary and glie the lie to all its pretended love for the Union atn declares utter contempt for such to lean and Influence votes also de- s a determination to alt honorable put down the ord Slavery now In aid to restore peace snd good government lo oar by the election of a tbe opposite In ere ry lar of the Incumbent Tlie eighth resolution favors a tariff for llon of American industry The ninth a law The tenth re solution centre the ofthe railed In Roues of at Washington and approves of by the Republicans of that body The ele renth resolution of the N a tl ol the A was offered recommending aa day for holding Chicago Convention The broke up with rousing for Union THE OF OHIO AT i Jan 23 Kentucky Thr of the Tennessee anc Legislatures will arrive here In the moral og and ceed to Columbus by a special train They I ri turn to on Friday accompanied by lit Uhl Li and Mate officers or the hey will bo received hy the military caU escorted through Hi prim Ipa to 0 tora House where the will place The Governor and Stale of accepted an tion lo be prevent In Ibe a grand banquet wl 1 al the Hunts The will thought that If his colleague did not ills belter than the House there was no hope for Mr resumed bis occurred to him that they had been discussing ters for two whole weeks w voUag the beM In- dication they give country of their to organize would be to call the roll and take a vote Tbe congregation here was as large as was usually seen There bad been two or three speeches to-day to which he always listened with Tnc only pain he was when they had too many of them They hid heard a great many new things and now If any gentleman tad anything new he woulu yield the floor to him lie thought he for his Was nut one of them would shul ID the way of debate and proceed to vote lie would venture to say for the Republicans Inasmuch as they had evinced a to be silent tuat would willingly follow Die example II they are not to do let them say so or forever after bold peace The Democrats will not deny that they have had a fair hearing might in the and might run their In tnc mini of country hud had been fully He h id to ths conclusion iha there not finally lo an sation The records show thai the Democrats nave done more of the than all the rest of tbe together By common consent then vote two weeks for Speaker and II one should not In the time be elected then speak two weeks longer and cries of If consent you will have a Speaker to preside with dignity and reasonable fairness and the Union will endure for calendar months after the election If we get Into a general debate we shall have more excitement He appealed to hts own friends and to tbe Republican and Democratic parties Mr of Louisiana to know whom Mr called his friends llo bad pealed first lo the Democratic Party and to tli Republican Party and his friends Mr was glad bad been asked He claimed every man lor his friend has an honest face mil wbo could read and write and speak the language and docs con- a i Mr who speaks a French accent replied that tils friend did not Include him because he did not the language and did nol pell constitution with a Mr replied Oh yes he would nise gentleman Louisiana as a friend with as pleasure us he would any onn Mr DAV is of Mississippi us stop ing and have a vote Mr he would In everything which had II not he repeated Mr of wanted to knovr whether the were noi to Ue a party to the compact Mr thanked the gentleman When were Indulging in a repast they the best the last Those leave on Saturday The city is lo be aril the to be a one lucat prevails on the subject The Halifax Telegraph Line ud Nevra N B Although the of tho Telegraph Company al their recent tbe conduct of and their Directors far their with the private news speculators awl by a really unanimous vote turned them out if onoe yet It appears lhat the of the Company to the speculators are ouch as possibly to compel tbe ated Piers to continue their express a for several weeks The news now nearly due at Halifax will be expressed n place as heretofore bnt the arrangements of such a that It Is quite lators to anticipate the public report at of tills Elation OT TUI AID SOf A Wednesday Jan P M There arc as yet no signs of the B f America now due at this port Liverpool dates of tne 14th Inst Wednesday JanJ M The Nora herewith Liverpool dates of the tmt has not been up to tne present Unas On outside threw op rocket causing tbe supposition that the had arrived I THI Wednesday Jan The Royal Mail sailed at noon with twenty-four for and twenty-one for but mo Or Tke Ferry DR AMD CASK Jan ts It is lhat Dr 8 K Howl lo appear before the Ferry of the Senate will leave for Washington Mr counsel for whose trial IB soon lo take place In will leave here to-morrow morning to attend to case of client r j Mem Sr Lous Wednesday Jan The argument in hy for Infringing rib Ued his WUB lu f As to taking care of country that was pie not for us The iron ou to o n in the contest Su of Georgia was to In- outre h Mr three bj nl We at Wig is A hort the tool and shoe if O C W DBS store of Tim and of t A PATI utx Tbe total loes la for Westward LOCH y JM 35 W F- Cold St Joseph Mo Gazette agent of the nand just arrived there and that he ro ports the ci Inanely cold on tho the Ihi i below irro The mow I i eight tet deep The wen VI SB jr Prof bM lo Harvard College
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