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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - February 6, 1850, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaHe Tioga Eagle. Restored to their and person not to be from slavery is with it. For myself i represented themselves but Tor whom their Mas believe that if you were to Passa lawyer Tabman tors Are with nearly a double share ing slavery in the Santa country or in y b i Deseret to adopt the new nomenclature it Hibit the Trade of slaves Between the it was As follows 8. Resolved that Congress has no Power to this would never go there. Higher considerations Union of profit arising out of products which ban alone us i Ethren roamed Render this kind of labor valuable and which in in Lff he has devoured the sure to arrest it in the Cotton grow gland the has divided Tho spoil. It sugar making regions instead of Permuting us of representation. The consequence has beet representation has governed the min portioned above his Ethren As a the Moini prey and Ftp night Hasui Tuuu of -1, a would be matter be Honor and welfare of the nation j. I refer to these circumstances not As in enc Lias been a complis had in Oft ice or forced my own action for with Ray View of theron upon them that everything a propitious Stith tonal defect of Power Lam precluded rom and dishonourable the blunders and in terms into any other As follies of their adversaries May be traced to appealing to those who finding the necessary Thom i authority seek to exert it in order to prevent the introduction of slavery into the after further remarks upon the Char. Action of is inter and pernicious influence of the sentiments sit ions. U in the diary or 0. Proceeded As Ibl i nor have we any right to anticipate that this i oils. I View however Corfe fit May will reconcile few words respecting the constitutional Tho South to abandon their objections to this doctrine advanced in this , and i should measure. All experience shows that a Contro decl relieved by from its consideration. I Versy like this which has reached its present i therefore Only said that the ordinance of condition under circumstances so imposing 1767 had been passed by the old Congress of where Groat questions of right and of feeling Are the without authority from the involved h maintained without reference to its states but Lead keen tacitly confirmed by the utilitarian results. And there is no better Illus adoption of present the traction of this truth than the history of our own authority to Croos in it to Malte nod revolutionary struggle the Rulaf Ted Vernil Lions Lor principle itself far More than its immediate no is to of round upon which mi1. Adams Plinn Tion. Roused a continent to arms the Wilnot proviso is urged upon the ground phew Tjw right of Congress to legislate Overr Uio territories. I have referred to his View re spec ing the Power needful Ulra and which extends that Power to everything. And we hive Here an other in inundation Lor Anthonty is Loos and dangerous As liar As 1 can Uniec Riund ii Cin Lutill Ron Ermatine Iki a ship i in present . I do not pretend co comprehend with , what is Here . All 1 out it it i. That there is some Mode cont bring Power by the Constitution neither cd Pretsul nor jilted but tacit. I m test leave Lio Yovor. To others to refute the Umro Oln Boutdy who Deconi it to Lilied to More elaborate Ron Eider Alioti and who Are Intro bit Ujiiye than i am it. C. Next proceeded with an argument in Hlivko to Trio fire tical of Creist by Cun Srejs tier having a of the up incr to legislate Abr the territories authority which this a i Shtive construction Oarrico with it. I. Did not intend to Call in question Ilio of cd Deal and Auto Jority in Trio adj to Zient can i reverted questions Tury wore to much consideration in the of a Iii but should not control its when obviously erroneous. In this he reviewed this of expediency. It is opposed upon the ground of its unconstitutionality. Those who urge it my Well abandon it when circumstances show that Trio measure is dangerous in itself or profit in its results. Those who oppose it cannot change their convictions of right Imd that por Tion of the which considers itself Partick Early i elected by it will not change the convict t l Ial its fueling and interests will card in violation of tha great compact which makes 113 one political family. Now sir i repeat is the contest Worth the test to place this Wren and As i believe unconstitutional proviso on the statute Book is that a recompense fur the wrong Liat would be inflicted and the feelings that would be excited whose disaster toss Etie Cis no right minded Man can contemplate without the most serious a Sprehi Misini the oldest among us May see their youngest a not live to see their termination. Fur my Salt i will Lake part in Jno Offort. I will minis Ter to no such Al Eji info. I will engage in no sue against the South from whatever to live it originates. J i will Endeavor to discharge my us an american senator to the country and 10the whole country agreeably to the Cou of my own duty and of the obligations is. Clay. Boon after the opening of the present con Gress Gen. Cabs introduced a Resolution in be Mac Oval ice oui or exclusion of slaves brought from one into Ijar denounced this act As the manoeuvre of a another of them depends exclusively upon their demagogue arid cast the vilest suspicions upon own particular Law. I v i motives. On the other hand or. Stay it was obvious said or. Clay that nicking aft Al j to to puroha8l at this whole subject it was fit and proper to resort to great and fundamental keep them before the they might not violate them. These resolutions involved no sacrifice of any were founded upon a basis of Mutual forbearance and conces t. Not of maters of principle but j told Tim for doing this the whig press has sex for the National Library the original copy of Washington s Farewell address which is offered at Public Sale in Philadelphia and also the mount Vernon estate on or. Matters of feeling merely. He thought in View of All the circumstances a More Liberal Concession might he expected from the free states than could be the and truly gentlemen from the Hausted a vocabulary of Laudat ions now might toot or Clay be accused Ashen. Cabs Wasj of sinister motives ? to the credit of the democratic press he it said no such vile Molere is a North this question was an lives have been imputed to or. Clay As the people of the South it was a principle j whig Pregg charged on Gen. Cass. The North too Vanl numerically More Power finals that al1 the decency can profit by. Fill and greatness and magnanimity should always go together. Clay concluded with a most eloquent being taught in it while the friends of the common Schobl who would ele Ovate it and make it a school where the poor child As Well the Rich can acquire All those branches that shall fit him for the Active duties of find themselves perhaps by arrayed against the interests of the Academy because it is the interest of the former to de Grade the common school. Gin those two interests be United so that they shall go on harmoniously together Bene fiting alike All classes arid forming one United or Union school where shall be taught under the same roof the first elements of orthography and on up to the higher branches of a scientific and literary course 7 nothing it seems to me would be. Easier and certainly if brought about it would be a most beneficial operation for our own immediate neighbourhood As Well shall attempt to show to the county at Large. Or. Appeal in behalf of Harmony peace Mutaal con the Powers that Johm m. Cia Yoon adopts the views of Hon. James Buchanan in his instructions to the gov order for tuesday next. Fictions _ Iho decisions and opinions of court of the Commonwealth and when i Cannat do following them up with cd investigation of thai this. I shall cease to hive any duly Here to per1 various congressional precedents and an of i form. A Malion of heir claims to the approval of my sentiments upon the Wilmot sound practical mind and an influence Nunn Tho i before the Senate and will soon be before present action of Congress. To also vindicated my constituents and the country. I am Preblud the exercise by the people of a territory of the de fro n voting in conformity with them., i legislative Power denying that it was a Boon to have been instructed by the legislature of Mich Igan to vote in favor of this measure.-. I aril a f believer Iti the right of instruction when fairly 1 exercised and under proper Cessions and forbearance for. The Sake of the Ern ment agent in California. Thus following Union. In the Wake of Folk s administration old in the course of jigs or. Clay Hexhi Zack the doctrine of Gen. Cass cited a sacred piece of the coffin Fin in a a Washington which he said was presented to i on the and the spirit which he if upon the stage of flt Warren 2d assistant a m. General urge in the settlement of he i has had his likeness lithographed and is Turush momentous question under discussion. He ing the Deputy Post Naster throughout moved that the resold Lionnie made the tie Union Frith a copy. Of vanity vanity _ i i Juji i All those wishing to see Taliej picture of this great Man can be gratified by calling at the j Wellsboro Post office. Democratic state convention. This body by a Resolution passed by the Cen trial committee on the 30th meet on wednesday the 16th Day of june next in the Borough of Williamsport Lycoming county to nominate a candidate for canal commissioner. We would wish it that do not adopt Jfe views of our correspondents. Their articles Are published Over their own big natures and go for what they Are Worth High treason. It is stated that the prospectus for a paper at Washington has been issued by persons under the firm of Hampton co., expressly to adv a i Cate a dissolution of the Union. British Gold must be at the Bottom of this work m3hruaky a 185o. Be granted by to to enlarged or re sync cd As seemed exp dint or in conclusion or c. Remarked upon the expediency of this Power to control tin Tornin Ricsin by the evil not those who found in the coins to an Yuri Jav. Auch Power. Ilert is one Hulf to of a great country Winch by lives with an Unity perhaps with Jinta parallel in grave Ali in Ihu cons Tut Iii Lias to in Suth Power whatever. to a of Atli or i if Iii Lar views Trio a who in tin Constitution sufi Civet grounds tier there Are limitations upon this exercise but i a Rod. Not seek their extent or application for they Ilo not concern my present posit on. I acknowledge the obligations of the instructions i have received and cannot act in opposition to nor can i act in opposition to my own convictions of the True meaning of the cd Stilu Tiu ii. To Vii big dollars am Fik tit cd Nib per annul exclusive of cents Deduc Ted if paid within the year and for Cash actually in Advance one will be no paper Decoi Himed until All Are paid unless it the option of the publisher uni lines ins oried i Roe limes Lor , incl every subsequent Iasci iou five cents notices not to Cudini lines inserted Lor . 1 to charge Foro Neor Oliree insertions lie suuit1. R in ii a for p icily and durability. Nch office cured the full Uriss a Iii Iri Sivill by Liis order. E. Jan Lei to jobbers jobs to in May be liw cot Niteis to Clear front 10 to 20j apply Lii Gash j Milia land near hopi join. 14, 1s50. Such i have described would warrant me tin making we have not Only enough to j been App inked j i by Rob court of Coli Noii i ideas of i to Fiat biotite the Money arising Ironi lie Sale a want of system we our friends one would think on first View of the matter everywhere that there is great that both might be kept in successful operation danger of our overlooking this obscure but use at the same Lime though separate and distinct Ful political service for forms of Effort More Froni . .1 do not know what might showy and imposing such As figuring at Public if human nature was altered a but As meetings and talking nonsense in conventions it is now the two schools must necessarily be those who seek not so much party Dis antagonistic Al. There will be continued Jeal Tinct on or personal benefits As to contribute busies and rival ships springing up Between their utmost to the Success of the democratic them. The teachers and Peculiar it lends of the principles give their first thoughts and Best Academy will find it to their interest to keep efforts to a minute and thorough organization the common school in the to pre of the party j i Yent anything but the very elementary branches amply pay teachers but to expend two Hundred dollars annually i n pair aliasing apparatus and a Library or we Mitil less ii or wholly Abate our school lax. In addition to funds to be raised As above Liere is but Little doubt but that the legislature will appropriate one or two Hundred dollars to each county for the maintenance of Normal schools. This appropriation of course go to the Wellsboro Union so libel. Now my calculations above May be two san Guine. They certainly suppose a school in most successful operation and under teachers eminently qualified for their business. But if we establish such a should it be otherwise it is cheaper to keep up a Good school than it is to keep up a poor one. We May have just such a school As i have described. It requires however Energy perseverance and a singleness of purpose to do Good to set it in operation and when one in operation it requires Energy promptness and decision of character in the Board of directors to Keet it up and make it such a school As it should be but i am making this article too Long and will defer the balance of my remarks on the subject till next week. Of c. Joi Joson. A. S Alec d iroc Coli Isaac . Iii Kun for Jan. 19. -jia30 6 a3std pit lessees of Ali Wisl Al lira scribers ire in of of very. Color he div. to Job Iny Tii aun lecture i Anid which Trey .11 lit Virv prices Lor Cesli As it icy ire do Tenn ined hat Slier 1sk shall recommend Neil. Limey Only Sajiu ii one trial of it Rel in Lor i uni up age. Their coloured inks ire warranted Superior to any Ratanu act Rcd. A a in cuing Cunia Initia prices. Will be sent to those who desire in Cash on City agents a Cempre a. Publishers of pros this Merit id the anon it a yours Camus. , inert by gives notice tha Tai d to the duties of his api Ioui meet the 20th Day of february Litsai a. M. Of said Day at his Olliie in Wail Soorus All persons interested Mav Atic tid b. A Wellsboro j Jan. Jal1 l Zist of i i the at for the Quarter Anderson David j Aspinwall Isaac Barber John Bayer e Barr miss Ca Conn Thos Curtis George Campbell Saumuel Cutler. Henry december 3isjohn o Taine i m place or Toner a Clough kick Ard Dunant j Dilli Toti John Khan Thos Olli Bael Hinckl Almira Haile Chash Len Rining Alex 11 Hymes Willamond Noah Kasey Thos Kiley John Lamb Gilbert m Al Alison Warren mitc Liell Edsall. Mosier John Miller Clias s Janis Israel i o Ier Job Kinsora Rumsey miss pc Koot Freden Cli Root f f . Seely Altred Sisson Charles set ice those Stevens mrs Lenry Stevens or Henry Spencer As Naili a steel mrs e j Taylor pc Ritins futile or Webster or Walls miss Harriet West Brook us Yagci we boots and shoes a Large Stock vary lobby Nichols , by Ira. Patchen co Joel chamber i Silas Johnson Isaac p. Field 1 n. A. Buckley Perry Dailey i David Stevens d. H. Furman Geo. Kelly Jac Jacob is i Ethel Harris l h. A. Stevens e. Blackwell Samuel Hunt 1 Daniel Watson Calvin Reynold t. P. Stowell i -h.h. Borden h p. Kilburn s. Baker Broo b. B. Smith w rec Donu sea from h. A. .1 Bra ing their Prii total e orders drawn t John Fox co Israel Merrit David Ell is l Culver we. A. J. Scaled j. F. Donalds j. F. Doha is David heis lines on co Short certificates Mack Andru stationery e. D. Robert jurors a. K. Furma jurors a. Lowrey w we. Lowr refunded Samuel a. 1 House h. H. Potter g. S. Cook h. H. Potter to Peni Lenl Packer and c to prisoner a. Cooledge Job Geer am ship lines election exp Ftp Gill. We printing ii. H. Potte jury new Bridges repairs Etc. Comino Wea incidental e assessors merchandise court hoi Proth Onola e. A. Fish a attending i James Kelly Henry Sheri John s. War Knox be Ely wages treasurer s col total we hereby True statement of the county c witness our Day of feb Ruff is Raki a. David attest a. J. To tt.t.1 Fob j. To. 31. Virgin i for the Bex 50 class to so co i 73 number splendid 5 of 14.000, i of 10 i of 3000. 1 of 2 3 of 500, tickets certificate to of p do of 28 being the i class a for Issel on 78 number Brilliant 000, 1 prize of of i0.5j 4c whole ticket Cerii Icaca of i do. Do do orders for of packages in la Cevic uie count of each Over 16 All who. Feb6" to the in Citurs of cd now Cointo Quarter ses the said Coli petition o Olibo rough. Howeth that he Ocon known As the been your Bon Public Louse at Petitioner Ahooye mentioned Lic and enu the petition to and in shaper

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