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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - January 26, 1860, Connersville, IndianaTo bpm a Tiff dollars a Tab. In adva Stos Iii ext and Union now and forever one and separable Wka a i by. Pose Doi Iaus. meath a a a Al. 10�?no. 20.conners Ville Indiana. Thursday january 26. I86 a i 1 to amp a of . Per a Siim mass Nambe in Ivanee. If Kofr Pam 1>efor� the a Low iof the 7�mr it 00 Ito it Fml a Fuu hit womb in supp own to Mitidi . of Lii Trimmi com Ming the Diw Ntina to be of us the approx being Eit to pm a co jct to in m a Zeiting uni Tenal at tit Hoovia Europe. It urges Taftt Ihu Pope to Hom of eff in degree of to Aimel Faith Ai a Asneath Revenue to a and by Catholic Sites Ana a in Lilia Fri in the. Fedrid army to Gium a it he Lily in i Ritj Aad Asao in of he Independence. A tit w Dot exp desent that it i est end beyond the Simili of Bomer while it a a Typo Plant that ii paid not pm Biaco Palm tips hostile to a Ani that mime pal Libe Titei Dio ild m Eod ceded Toth oae Homire with la it. No insert option of any foreign pow a i ranch Jlas Tiia or a in so most to bag Oaly possible the whole of Eit Fope a aimed to a a. To change the Treatis a of us. The Para Phat a a Ottea wit great a Etc birth lot a in nid ii Portal Frolli to in i la die grit a a my Odb soon to i Dibov Tiad Ftp Congress of europ of a Lff the brie la Gebee a regard by Steamer Anglo Saxon a my vant to a 1bi, dered u it eater of of a Reiga of Aeo do by the emperor in ahm Bce pfc Natl unto to Obj towhee Kaaea Resigna. The trea ampt of is Thi by his Refas a to Job a a to the Prog Naiad of Ita taa policy Wadim. In the pm Phlete Boe a bade Aboff. The East in Jaid to have been in Fri Billiy poet posed the a Faaoo for this a a a Noii of Theta Siplo amt to come to Seuier is enuf tit be the attitude of i a French a a mba at a a the papal que eation. The Load Mea Tajii a View Post four it Grear that Ali that re Maia i�o�0sbtrali<dlm8tete8, Par fed a i air of to be i a Ither a by Iati beat la ing Dom of i or the Ammu Ifo Awby Aktor Azaad Ioco mjg i sold iwo the Pope Aad he sup tvs bar this lae aaa that Tim tii Aea Bieh a the Organ of Eaglia Jitt Nio a new luf ii. Lettera Friom vies a a Tate that a tei of Friendly feeling Tolbe Freach Prav Aiu a that pm Mmary Rob bal is taif Bept Bumbas so Bon of a pm Blu by a the Lawi of Yeti gtd iia it Karl the Deeb taa a a diary Quot pub Iii fib by b in Arad Virgibia magistrate. A Ina Iai by a gentle i Golf Ifasi Mytta to b Friend of his a Yii . The Pou master at the office to a Ciolk it was directed seized upon it Aad Hided at whose a iwo tips it a a a a ipod Biily Bra de. This is in la a wit decision of a it a Aii tor it Hwd this is demo of i by Bac Hawaii lab it ate or. The Nev York uni of savers wanted i la Tot from Miliard Fillmore. They got Tab but it was not such As suited their by. He told them plainly that aul no dist Arbace was erased by the re the of tax a Are Compromise Aad the Siim i Sabra aka policy adminis in. It was j Bat Anch a letter As Diey do did fat what Aad a a which has Dooe or. Slu flare Inch credit. He whoa get the 9btto have been a tis fied with the a Dve Law Aad other coaches Silas the Linda they were not. Or. Fillmore a Aid in sign bag the fugitive slate Law was we should Thiak to. >ini11toff�i a grass a Iowa. At pen7,-Tam county Iowa,.oa the tilt Tea bodies of two men were found Luigi of Trees a a Grove not far from a Tim Viii be. Lie a Bow around was much dimpled Page evidence of a desperate Atraz sle. A a Oil Betta Iraq heat was immediately hot old by Whicha it waa shown that the do Oaas Iid Pera a were two Brothers nailed Polker rho had been Aei Aad putto death by three men Laaied a mail Flea nuns a Kli Momb who a mated them for Boise Ati Salibl it while via their charge the prism we had a attempted to aae Apa summarily dealt with to a Hub further Trofie. Tina it a who does the politics Aad to in Waarst Kiad of to Lofoco politick at of Eutty of Harper a Jou Radof civilization Quot jmj made the aage discovery that the pm a to is the i session of. The 36th pm arc a a is a fit bbb Jector aum bold a Hibit him my Tenily As the the centry. In Julia s Eye Quot a Aid a affect cd Liwaj a a Kun a a Bewig. Quot very to to it a mice Kamm Quot for 1. Observed she my a to a to Beof them when i saw he that Quot Nizio 94tiefi.atroul the following is the debt Munitic platform adopt id Iii the Indiana democratic convention for ifi6q the time is fast approaching when Tea Merimaa people Are again to be called upon a consonance with the re quire Meata Basul Tationa Aad Laws by their in Fanges what Pant Tiplea Ahall be recognized and adhered to in the administration of Public affairs and to select the a eat who Are to be invested Width the High Trust of carrying those inn Peiples Intoe feet the Refore it this convention representing the democracy of Indiana ibis Day begot to is that our Federis government if one of limited Power derived soul Yerom the Constitution that the Gelate of Power made therein ought kit be strictly construed by All department and agents a government and that it and Dan Eions to Lexer Ifni Dou bifulk . Of Quot. So that now As heretofore Fellowship with and Eari neatly desiring the co operation of a ii to regard. The Peser vation of theh Union and the Constitution a. The Paramount Issue we agia id Kre our utter repudiation of All sectional parties and a Date icbms Coupe Irving Domestic Slavey in Broil the states and incite Tai Tea an in Armedi resistance to it Iid eve Yew i Tom a if consummated do bbl on cad civil war.3d� that the Stocy of to mat fully Atteln the and Wisdom adoption it by the american Demory. Of the Priidu Isles Contic a. A. The big Anil Laws Esteb Lusiag the territories and Nebra a zip boding the tidy Safe and sound solution slavery it Wastion upon. Whirl Rutho great National idea people of be Liole to diary can Nam in Ite deter ii a a a Nso re autism ctn too non into Ferenee by Congress with slav to in Tate or territory or in the District of a. 4tb, the Tritha been fully Deino nitrated that Byj boil Orr application of this dem Oon Phi pm Isle to the organisation of territories the admission o new state Frith or a shout Dpi Zestic slavery As Objay May elect a Quai Rigte of All the states Lai be preserved intact the original com a Pace ont bus a institution maintained inv a and and expansion Union 4isured to Ite. Utmost capacity embracing in peace and. Barony every future Erica state that May be constituted or Onnezi Witk a Republican form of gov ermenc.5ifa, that a a a Harmony an Union Deb it he it a �7ty consists Tbs Strong Estibon of Union among Tim several states of tic ofe Dency and that the Harmony had a Ciao a if apr Par Coaly be Mai veined not Observance of and Fai Ful tbe., rules and regular re in therefore be it fur in re so Ved it a Bat in the contest now going on of Shaker in the House of a i natives at Al Washington it is the imperative duty of by amp to Democrat from nov Quot. by and sii port a. Tote for Osipe nominee temp Phatic Par j6tb. That it Deli rate opinion Tai s conventi the is Bjo it of ave a been to Long mingled with try ase Roult , Prea a Iiona of., sect Nal parties. Cut mtg by to the advice letter ind spirit a it Well address of be father of our common , it is a duty of every citizen snort and Sofwith West parses and Organ in tons that Uit Tsvi 4ate to i in of Stit ution and the advice amp of washing ton. 7ih, tha a abm Aga Ising Ite. Importance a Impf sure of or National inter curing our Aso Madancy a the Gulf of exr Ico and maintaining a Pennanen Protection to America iia it Merce we shall bail with satisfy cutoff Ihu a in chess of my Diforte , pies edit or it Iii Gutave admiria Tratia Jar the. Honorable and Cuba. 8lh, that a distinction amongst citizens in a Conat of their religion or place of birth continue to be utterly reprobate by to India a a Demonsy in common with their Brethren of it the Oler states As neither justified by the past history or future Pip spa cute country nor in unison Witlie spirit of toleration and enlarged Freedom which peculiarly distinguishes the american a Steni of government and that we most Eamy stay Den i inc the unjust and disparaging imputation upon the out foreign born population contained in the recent in moments incorporated in the us of that Tete by the so called republicans of Massachusett i whereby class of White men whose Righte Are entitled to equal respect with those of All others Are deprived of privileges and immunities accorded evea negro and whereby a most odious example has been set from which that party if successful in retaining Power May feel justified in perpetrating. There and Eben by re new aggressions and outrages on that portion of our population. 9ai, that the a no Ipi ent efforts foreshadowed by the opposition or so called Republican party to kindle anew the fires of fanaticism with a View to the establishment of such Laws As Are calculated to infringe on the canst Iii tip Al rights the people in a mining what they a Firidl a at and what they shall drink or wherewith Tey shall be clothed will hereafter As hereto or meet with our most sri Seoi a up Ilion it 10th, that the Deia Cracy of Indiana entertain a High App i nation ability and Capa Cibij of oar did Tingkui shed a chief it Strate Moea Buchanan and that he has our Patriot to wishes for the Success of his admin�o6trat�on,.and that we will on All proper occasions defend his action when carrying oat the inn Ciple demo critic fishy Bjaast and Waprin a piled attach of ther Partl 1 it we a recite the past a Abr of our present state executive Ashbel Wilfurd in behalf of democratic principles Aad. Congratulate him upon the Success which has attend his administration a the that As a st Tissman of tried Char a ter Aad a citizen in whom All Section Union May confide their interests As the Friend and supporter of our rights abroad and our Honor at Home and in the sincere conviction that we will thereby contribute to All sections Union and each states their just and equal Righte and their full share in. The benefits. Of our Federal Union and in no sectional spirit but in ithe expansive love of our whole country the democracy of la Diana six it to the convention american a democracy to assemble at Charleston As Choice for the nomination As a candidate for the residency United states to name of Stephen a. Douglas of Illinois and believing him to be the preference of an overwhelming majority of our people we hereby instruct the Dele Gatica this Day appointed by us to that convention to cast Weir votes in his favor As a unit so Long As Bis name is before the convention and to Imite upon All questions which May come before that body As a majority delegates May determine. Vista that we protest against and denoting As contrary to the plighted Faith on which the Constitution of our country was established All acts or inflammatory appeals which intend by tend to make this Union less perfect or to Leopard or disturb its Domestic Tranquility of to mar the spirit of Harmony Compromise and. Conc ssi a lips a which the Union was formed Liy our fathers. 14tfa, that we regard the recent outrage at Harper s ferry As a crime not oily against the state of Virginia but against the Union itself and we hereby reprobate Aad denounce the crime and the treason to st that we Are in favor of homesteads to do actual settlers upon the Public lands i cited states. 16th, that we accept the a missions supreme court United states. As the Best evidence tru b meaning ccm6iitution, and wih respect and main Tain Tham Irith the Fidelity we owe the con Stit Btian itself. A 5 17th, that adhering to and tip ing determined to stand by Tho Well considered declaration of principles contained in the Cincinnati platform As expounded by president Buchanan in us letter of acceptance i affirm that it is the unquestionable right of Quot the people of a Teri tory like those of a state to determine for them Selma whether slavery shall or shall not exist within their 18th, that it is a slander upon the democratic Pirty 7 both North and South made by the opposition when they charge them with being in favor of a Reio Ning african slave Trade. 19tb, that we believe in that provision Constitution and the Laws thereunto enacted for the naturalization of foreigners and that when they declare their intention to become a tiie Raof our government we believe that they Are entitled to Ita Protection wherever the Flag of our country May wave Over the land As though they were native born citizens 20tb, that we Are opposed to the Transfer we Bash and Erie canal to the state or any change in the relation state to the canal bondholders. We must Bax a womb my a Ciket. The Indianapolis journal thinks that the Tim for holding the Republican state convention is not the Best Pitt could have be Esq selected but says Fiat is not a matter to differ about now. It Adda the time is fixed the convention will be held and All we have to do is to get ready for it with promptness Energy and Confidence. When the Cotta option meets its chief work will be the selection of a ticket and to that we should now turn Wiir attention. The democrate have put in nomination a very fair ticket. We must meet it with a Strong ticket a making ticket. Good speakers Are Well they fill up the empty places a a Campaign very Well and often encourage and inform their partisans. But working men As Well As talking men Are needed we want those who will go into every neighbourhood see every Man learn How every Man will vote and if they can t go themselves will take the pains to have it done. We want men who will not be afraid of fatigue trouble or expense. We want those who Are Young Active and popular and who have proved their title to Confidence by their efforts and Success at Home and we want them even More than we want Veteran politicians. It Isa very natural but slightly mistaken idea which old campaigners Are disposed to take up that if to Are not in the Field defeat is inevitable a if their skill and training Are not applied for blunders Mustbe committed. We Don believe it. We have More Faith in the Earnest con a deat strength and invincible Energy of Young men than in the management of ten thousand wire workers. A Good share of Young men for our ticket therefore we consider an important requisite to Fencless. Of course we do not mean that no regard is to be had to qualifications. Good men they must be As Well As Young. With such a ticket and a Brief dear moderate platform we can carry the state gloriously in spite Union democratic sections though that Union should survive the Charleston convention. Charls st vet a Vit flags to eau Zratie a. Quot occasional in a. Late letter to the Philadelphia press has the following the National democratic conventi Oit to be held at Charleston on the 23d of april is being singularly ushered into existence. South Carolina in the Metropolis of which this convention is to assemble is the Only state Uthe Conedera Acy where the re has always existed a regular disunion party and were there is now not Only an irresistible organization in secession but where there is no recognized democratic party. Yott have already commented upon the refitted Hospital ties extended to a constr Tient of col. Florence of your City by of aet citizens of Columbia where the legislature of South Carolina is now in session. A Southwark Irish Democrat who for Somo foolish expressions uttered in an unwary moment was expelled from the town and treated to a Winter suit of tar and feathers and Yogi will perceive that the democratic members of. The legislature have by a Large majority refused to recommend that the Palmetto state shall be represented in the democratic National convention which is to be held within Ite Borders. These Are signify . The is whether in the. Face of this strange sensitiveness the people of Sputh Carolina will permit any Delegate from the free states to attend the Charleston convention who is not in favor secession platform or who does not believe that slavery is of divine origin and that it must be protected by All the the government against tue popular will. Morte than a year ago i Sigges de in this correspondence that Charleston was scarcely a i place to hold the National convention Democrat party and among other reasons i said that its politic were As unhealthy Fer a As the climate was i salubrious at a certain period of. The year. What was True a the it time times truer to Day. Of. The agitate in of Carolina vere crazy at that time what must they be now sine the Advent of John Brown if they were so Resolute in expelling a singles Pps a spy like poor Power of Bow will they feel when their soil is invaded by whole Bata Lions of men bearing the Douglas Flag inscribed with. Quot no Protection a slavery in the territories with pledges of Devotion to that popular sovereignty which South Carolina herself so steadily opposes not Only in the territories but in bib management of her own affairs. She is the Feudal state of this in which the Banner of secession is constantly kept flying the state which refuses to allow her people to vote for presidential electors but chooses them by her legislature and the state wherein the Democrat it party As i have said has save Only As it yields to the exaction pro slavery Quot leaders who control its policy. What to sem opiate have Erta wished by los pig the hoi Disoir Malsed. The Albany evening journal says if the Long and rambling debate on the slavery question which the democracy have insisted non indulging in is a preliminary to the organization room has accomplished nothing else it has at least served to enlighten the country As to the real purposes and doctrines democratic party. It is evident from these Harangue s that Quot popular sovereignty Quot is discarded and the Cincinnati platform definitely Abia done. The Quot dred Scott decision Quot j or rather the extra judicial part Pio Creedin d red Scott. Case is the test of democratic orb boxy. In accordance with this the democratic proclaim As to slavery a the territories that it can neither be kept out by Congress nor kept out by the inhabitants. They declare it goes wherever the Federal go or Imenit goes that wherever we Plant the american Flag the i a Jve Plant slavery that wherever we carry the Constitution there we carry the auction Block and the slave pen they assert that Law s in its favor a re valid and binding but that Laws against it Are not Worth the paper they Are written on. They insist upon the right for instance of new Mexico to legislate it in but deny the right of Kansas to Legi Sute it out. If any new territory shall adopt the institutions of South Carolina Ite actions will be upheld Bat if it adopted the institutions of new York instead Ite it a tion will be pronounced Quot treason Quot and Quot resistance to the supreme co dirt Quot they demand a Cong Resbit Nal re cognition of this doctrine and a Iling to Cut it threaten to dissolve first their is iffy and then the Union Sudi is the pro Al me marked out for 186u. debate on squatter sovereignty. The Fol own Ligy a a Teh recent senatorial debate Between Douglas Green Davis and others is furnished by the reporter new York Herald . I Ign Bem of say film Missouri or. Green a a r might no be a it Jurn a Vlf in. By the user Gator for. To i in in Bat Pizii committee on territories i am Bot like the. Senator from la a sly Fri or. Green one of Siose who re Gre tto a to Bathe Quot wis Rit amp Ovd from the a Nti Tiee of territories. I a hint the Taoac few. One thing we Woald say to Young people. Always have a Good newspaper on band to read then you have a Resim rce if it rain if an expected Friend do not come or if he delay his coming if you Are morbid and inclined to the uni thus habit of listless protracted reverie Tegi aging Aad a diag a Aothia red. t suffer yourself to be without a it Good paper if you can help it. To Many a Young Man it Haa been a safeguard in an Idle hour a and to Many a Young woman too. It gives you food for thought it takes you. Out of your own Petty self with you Small exaggerated distresses life you into a other and More healthful atmosphere Aad does for the mind what change of scene and fresh air do for the jaded body Ney Sair be without a Good paper. If you Are solitary it is Safe company if you have plenty of friends it makes Youa Moriat exigent Companon Reid read. Litno Silver not entirely new yet not generally known. Is the fact that the Ocein contains an immense Quantity of Silver. At the last session e Academy of sciences it was stated that experiments have a the Waters Atlantic to contain about a Grinn Troy of that Motel to every 16,000 pounds of water according to this computation. The Waters Ocean contain a much greater Quantity of precious my tal than Lias Ever yet been extracted from the bowels Earth. A a Man in a neighbouring state who possesses property estimated at 850,000 in amount was recently called upon to administer upon the estate of a deceased brother who left a Little property. When he rendered his accounts to the judge of probate they were found to contain among other charges the sum of 82 for one Day s time in attending his brother s funeral aria for Railroad fare in going and coming from the funeral in has been discovered in the course House debates that or. Seward is not the author expression Quot irrepressible conflict Between slave labor and he stole it from the Richmond enquirer which got it from Calhoun who took it from or. Jefferson. Few Moi Nebis proceeded to overturn Liis own said this remark of from Illinois to wit about Quot Una fiend by legislation Quot at Freeport. Was uttered in the heat of debate and it it would be forgotten but remark Cost from Illis Oia the cd air Man to committee Ota territories. The amp tor from Illinois did in he did idol even arrive in the City of Talie his seat in uie Seq see before he was do or graded. Or. said when hat remark was Quot first made that a regretted it. I never said that he was Rem oved from his position As Faa Wirmani 0� territories in it cons Quence of it Ite Vei. Others might have six id so. I was opposed to his removal and cannot restore Harmony and Unity in the Demp otanic party i will resign myself to Day not Only my position ,.qhairman of that committee but a a member semtex but repeated that language in eral speech9v he repeated it at Memphis and at Neir. A Orleans in Hist Imphal March Onward to Tje Capitol and i suppose bit not say that it was in con sequence of to Cese remarks that it tip a a As the settled opinion senat or. Douglas does my a of that that gave me a triumphal March Iball slave holding states it a Gwen i certainly did not but i mean that he repeated the remark in Jshii Triump Hati March but always Thil slavery could f be prohibited in a unfriendly legislation but a Sver by territorial act. M�., Douglas i pimply said at Freeport in re to to that question that i did a that a very May be excluded from it tev-ritory.,by non action also by in Friend legislation. I have made the same remark in the amp uth Over and Over Sugai i 1850, and in every session of Cotier a a of a in that time up to time when from the chairmanship co Manittee on territories. Every member Senate during that. Whole period know that 1 held these sentiments. I have been eleven timed appointed chairman committee on territories a the votes of this body and i have related this remark Over and Over r we show if senators desire to make the Issei that these Are the facts Froin Tho record. Or. Mason dem of ask it in understood him correctly to say Utah these were his opinions in l ado or. will say this thlire is no member Senate has an excuse Foi not Kuo wih them. You can hardly open to debates do Riig Chat period without finding them and again in 1853, 1853, 1854, 1,855 and 1856. And in the presence of every senator then. In the Senate not once Quot nor twice a or ten times but just As often As the question was raised. I beg Pardon for word. I will not put this in s speech. Or. Pbgh.-r4 am vary Happy to have it there. It or. yesterday that after the dred Scott Deciampa no Man Ever uttered the. Sentiment As far a i kaew Natii from Illinois uttered it. I know that there was of Opin Ion before and before to Man neither from Illinois nor anybody else claimed the territories possessed a Power that co ingress did not to Jay regarded it As derivative from Congress., they differed As to the Power of Congress but All sides agreed to Bow with due submission to whatever decision the court rendered in that Case. After the court had decided that Congress had not the Power then for the first time the raised the question and i regret it for his Sake and own and for the Sake country he raised the a est on that a territory could exclude ave by of Congress without derivation of Power from Congress and he alone is responsible for it. Or. Davis. Dem of suppose from Illinois referred to those who must know his opinions in 11b5�? i did know that he advocated the e doctrine of sovereignty in the territories the right to do what Quot they please. I do not a ree with him to by or. Douglas interrupting a i will Correct the a Natorp i never w do any thing in consistent with the Constitution United slates or. Dvis.senator s opinion went beyond that of from Michigan Tiow Secretary of state. Or. wish to site that i do not wish to been ged in a controversy in the speech of from Ohio but i certainly will show from the record that he is mistaken in the position he a so Igns me then although i then held precisely the opinions i hold nov. Or. Biel Here he did although there was an intermediate period when he did not i think about the period enactment Kansas neb a Bill. I think he we More sound then thai now. Or. the question comes up for discussion. I will show that when the Kansas Nebr ska Bill passed i said it sole object was that the people of. A territory might introduce or exit dude a la very through the territorial legislature while a territory As Well As when a state and to Man we Beai d Mii ibo a can have an excuse for not knowing my position and the record will sustain Nie or. do not doubt recon techs what he said. I was not a member Senate thefts a a in ,.hope the not express thei. Or. will not express an opinion about that time bit the language Bill of a show that has changed 4 is views. As entertained in 1850. I simply thought it necessary to say this that thou to it anti gently proper when he held opinion differing from the majority that he Rii Ouhl a ease to chairman of that committee. Or Douglas i do not know Quot yet Bat 1 held Opi irions not entertained by the a Tia Jority. 1 believe i hold opinions to Bra a fourths of tie democracy Union. .1 Bailiere. That i a an How from the record Amaio Rity of that time understood the Kansas Nebr Lia bilt is it was framed. I a a ii Prapo red to show also that differed a a of d Toh was and cd use i it of discrimination twin the format Ioil of that committee and 8how,Joo, that Iri the House of repress let my after the Kansas Nebraska Bill p8sid,.4hat the question was put to or. Itty hard no a be democratic nominee Foi speaker whether of Dib tit a. Territorial Siegi Slature could it Clade slavery by a territorial enact edit during its territorial existence and that ent a Jinan answered in writing and after that ans we Rev try Sod Tefera me a ber Torii i the voted for him As Soli Iid it Tutt Ihu Teri i itt Riat a. A a it it or. know that the sen? will be.,Able-,to do from the records s opinion upon the Power of a tei Rita rial la gtd Lauie a rits deemed a sufficient oau6o by the do Hikoei Acy not to continue him in the pest of chairman commuter ii a Cert to Reissf Liay Itwara Doe tp4hem8elve8 Abd due to tha senator. I Rita Irav Sci a a Wii a it was d�cid�d.b>th�a6ait� hum ready to obey. To it i Qia a bar pvt Quot and. Himself finder Wand Iii thai which Ner the Fau q up wry to Lett to Turt Atud Imus Al he Iso a so to lib Gutti coerce Xee Mea by fes amp a ssh Law passed to litter Rizw a listed of a Owr Leal a go a a no Mhz a Taiping this. Do Naadi a Raike they won id say to to id by Tfir Arib. Ibre Ati of .tke.>668iftpr Floii go a Riga is eluded by Declaris of in of Iii Jonh st ulv a Ai. Or dog Law Mia Oulu . Wolt ild reply to tour darts Ike ugly to the so i nth i exalted Himin of Hal supposed it wmrm0 to try 4ba�mijib�kt bia8liob Afao a. Agaj a a _ the Senate knew Elev five Ari a Dat i a held tha identical opinions Bow alleged a the cause and during the eleven years Kaowles Saiof these a peat Dover and Ovar again within the hearing of every member of this body Sayfi to tevet a Jem Lila Nnami Idiosa a sote or ii Apko to chairman or that to Monit Tea i was ,4liu the a ase assigned is that Thold Tbs Ian nth oaf Opin it Ion held for the Elk Vea. When i was hair Nan. If these fact Are proved it will show that Thwe who remo Vedi Bie Wadi plingi8d,.tleip opinions Fin Slev a years ago. I was not sound Jbv so us a did. Not Chiin get a suddenly a the fid my Only of sense consists in Riby fit a a Tyr i Eballe nge the world to show the baie changed it Haj s breadth on. That question during that eleven . It Showa that Bli nols Quot whether in la a so i Irais a Istak a in held that the Power to prohibit slavery in. The4eerritories was a judicial que Tiok to be. Left As a judicial ,Abd,to be submitted to As a judicial que Stiop a my d�ugla8.-iyes,rwius�bm�titnb#. Or. that time there was i a difference of opinion a w Between. Demo hits whether congrats would by legislative action prohibit slavery in a territory directly or indirectly or not i and i it i do assert that never in his whole life never during the a eleven years to. Who of a refers or Ibe years that have transpired of since did. A assert until the it Freeport speech that Gress had net. The Power Abd the terr1tdry had. A Eta the dred Scott decision was rendered we supposed to iat the whole ques tion would be settled and give peace forever. Therefore this restatement Oase strikes us with astonishment iad we feel regret. A a a 1856 i said that it Wasa judicialqtte8tion Over and Over again. I said so before 1866, and i have always said it since 1856. I my Illi Nis etches that it was a judicial question and 1 have declared the said a thing in every publication that i it have made for the last two years. I assert Bow that it is a judicial question. The Point is that it was no want of soundness a principles that i held one Side judicial question while others held the other but i assert that the Senate did know that i held that Side judicial More i Haft always isaid that -1 would abide Why the decision supreme court. But i take the Law a expounded by .1. Received the dred Scott decision As. exposition but 1 deny that this Case has been decided under the dred Scott de Ision there is not one fact in that Case upon which it could have Arisen. The Zwyers never dreamed that it could arise and it is offensive and injurious to the reputation court. The dred Scot decision did not Ettlein. It was hot argued before he court. It would have been i nut Wiful if the court Lead decided what was not before it whenever the territorial legislature passed Ati enactment prohibiting Sla Ery the supreme Cour could decide the question and he could respect the decision. He would then help to carry it out in Good Faitie Ahjit was the understanding when the Nebraska Bill passed. He did not believe the decision court would be against his views. Or. Green stated his views a Bio the a Der standing at the time 0ci the passage Kansas Bill and snd., from Illinois would Ito input this Al a n or. Douglas Replis word f dare was unnecessary and it it was Una Mussary to Baady words. He dared . He Thoi ight he knew what Kisow opinions had been is Well ice the Sinator. From Dis Misouri. He Wou Iid via Dicato every word he had said and when. Senator had All gotten the nigh with the Billa of idiot meat inst him be would fire at them Iii a Lump. Or. Gre a a Karaite Day a can fire away whenever it Auita his convenience b9 a a Lump . To re a Ona individual who in ready to meet him Fitt Phillippi. I know and As Cert that no Pian Ever claimed territories . Poorer than Congress until the Freeport speech. Or. Pugh resumed it was easy to thrust personal feeling and personal assaults Iamb is tween a film cd the i Ibe modesty in of Al be up Assi led Rotten by of who if i Nike on any on had in comr a i a a nismo show., that to to senator do changed Eik . In ask Wilt Tot pm is ? he a not have a Xterm t0 my it to lib i Fellowship a if Hai sympathy whip by a a i in it i act of a a Demas Ogette a us 1 the son for was it Rifca Cleon or ski into the Market a Lii sex it Al a or flip Tad wounds cure Protection. A a Quot a or. Dot Glas to feint Divito am thy. He ii ver Bald he. To Bra Ili Sposito for Fea Kija committee of territory of us a i not been thr�w5.,-in. The right of Tiu it critics so his to my the so Nator s Opp it Ion a uld i in ii vote in Aqaba Maiio Ila be Veriks do Aib a ,. That h,ii8 i it a d Jhb t e of Minatt m, a Man a selected Tiu so Balo a Proutt Cimmento kid put himself Bloof the Democrat tits Pahy. If the so ii not ext Adibi it it baby of Ltd a a Tutti iowship<bed.7ould Servia Tia of he be m�4,.pbaim be wafd coi Isider the so birth a Firotta Bama As much Honora it i by Bis a a a Tib vote As lie would be in receiving i a a tar Douglas did ahm it Haa tion at Charleston. He Woi. I a it except his views. Huff incan new a of by bag a be ted Sanfac font Aad kick it . He of eff avid of thirds democracy or a Omar were with him. Hip removal fro Iii the Gbo Mittee of Teri tories must Hafra been Pfent As a proclamation to the work at i of fluff holding his opinions was fit jts to a cd la Man. If the prescriptive to Ai Tai to applied what Chi Nch was to Serif to elect k democratic candidate. He by Aili j iotr4k r to was unwinding to support nominee who differed a a her. Davis said he had no of Tiona to or. Douglas As a dem a re Quot i exe m Uta particular Point. He waa him the chairmanship of big . Green so am i. Quot or. Douglas a Aid that he could in Bur Der Ali. Circus instances take Iha he Mnick ship of any other com Uttmi Eor a year s his opinions had b��b.�-no.diiu�ib�, cation and he did not Safe Why he fall distil be to new. It i or. Davia said he wishes to ukr whether the sea to ,jb9.,�� with democratic senators on it or on All a a or. Douglas snid that he would Maka Issue with senators a i neither Sidis House. Proscription Weverjr a a Here a exercised against All holding was any Man prepared to Dace pee r t in Charleston nomination pledged t9, scribe them and then so Pean to to the votes of those proscribed., it was certain that one-third6f to la a a to could not subdue two Hlikly yielded to no. A mme in Tom Diu it i Jim re a pm oeratuiand.state�. Rio rat Iiron a if Mph the . He Wotila Saalie to abandonment of Princi teji no Rock ii two. If senators were satisfied with their Owa records and would Elairo Liis alone All Woald go Well. If they assailed him to Btry Viiar Mast ensued a i. A air mr.i>av48di8ownad a Yves a rat Emsil he,83bajor,Abd Defeated tha 4iai from the charge of or Josie Tob. I. F or. Clay made some Epla Vittory remarks. He preferred principle to party and had therefore do Claro a lie we uld Bot support an objectionable Maiti i n or. he voted Foi thar rur to proviso under instructions fron Illinois legislature. T or. Doolittle asked from a Lino is if he believed the new Cor Gresa hid Power to legislate upon slavery in the territories. A Quot a of t j of Flash believed that a no Power Over slavery in the Terry Fioriti

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