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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - March 17, 1841, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaI Brity Centre Mutert to of both a Fig Zinta air under the with such an array e of unrivalled attraction be promised the coming vol paid r Graham. T Cornet of cd nut 3d stabl1shment. Osfield Tioga co. A. Bit would inform Richmond township and i recently opened a shop in be holds himself in Roadman to f customers work in Jim in style and in a Workmanlike onto Lidd the advantage of Inglin Cuba ars in some of the Best City of new York and a Well As of , Lisments in the Middle self that he is Well qualified to Ohp satisfaction of big Cotton. Nch he intends to make Anent place of abode Tut is Nav is customers a Eta Lii Iodate by taking a exch Aow for kinds of produce lumber at a. Ice. La Point of his awas at any othe and m All cases he will warrant i if made up in his own ship or Ade up elsewhere. Lucite the Oblie to Ork ascertain his prices and of would then solicit than a Mage. I would also respectfully inform Northern Pennsylvania that ate of Agency irom a. Sherman m to impart instruction a in hit of cutting. Price of the Rule the instructions thou Efer apply my to i. Sherman. It no. 108 Broadway. N. Y. I next door South of a. Pitta december 7th. 1840. Axes . For by f. H. Smith. Rant Good and of any i at the now store the icy Leral assortment. F. H. Smith. 2kior coast undred tons of coals d for at the Wellsboro ceal Art be had at the of be Dollar and Yenta e to Purchase win please Faulkner opposite the Ake payment and Lake for t. P. Paulding. I feb. 3d 1841. Entice to tailoring a a Young us Olte Good recommendation., to ii Tion by applying to no ten ton. Hugh Mecabe. Us. Y r lot of dry goods suit cheaper bought in the county t. P. Paulding. Feb. Ilc r Mccabe Over the re Kress in Covington cd fully inform friends in generally that he con ing on the Talor Inu by its various branches and his sincere thanks for past elicits a continuance of the edges himself that no shall be spared to give action to All those who o favor him with their Cus. Done on Short notice and fit if made up by compe in and All work in his line executed in the most manner a he keeps m Hii e but Good workmen. Cus y be sure of having their n the very Best manner and Lable style. V York and Philadelphia Are received quarterly. Iber is agent for Ward Ward Philadelphia Fash of the Craft wishing be Caber for their Rule or re on quarterly pan be Migon him at his Aele Sand Scales constantly Fis of country produce re for work at the High rices. Hugh Mecabe. Roa Oil for f. H. Smith. V Vry discs option Ute Dat the office of to at tie notice. Mons cast steel f. Fort Copper Pink printed published every wednesday by j. P. Vol. 31p address of Harbison. Thursday March 4, 1541. Called from a retirement which 1 supposed was to continue for the. Rlue of my life to fill the office of this great and free Liou i appear before you fellow Iii Zih to take the oaths which the con prescribes As a necessary qualification for the performance of its do pics. And in obedience to a custom Coeval with government and what i believe to be your expectations i proceed to 10 a summary of the which will govern me in the discharge of the duties which i s ill be railed upon Yriart s. Whole no. 135. Wellsborough wednesday can negative upon the acts of the legis Lattire Lor other cause than situation and be such n of cilia of mighty hand As the rest of his speeds nor of the sages who fan de in eco and entitled to a full share of he Hies Stit ution May have been source and Wuh which he has Hie Hitler fruits which we Are notwithstanding the Limiel sover gather from it. If it con Ines o Eig Niy possessed by the Peoro. Of the Gure system. It Mav be observed uni states and the rear item Grant however As a general remark lift re of Power to the which Public can commit no dealer enor they have adopted enough As been than in adopt or continue and future , to Saccom Pheb a i he of in for in their , of government which which it was created. I. A May be calculated to crate or Mounil powerful car and Herto. The love of Power in he of has been , those to . Hen male Union effected. Dome Mic to come a the management of to preserved and Lihty of Ira. And .iirel.-. Not i i the Zinzen As was sex Likely m1, a vac peeled however from the of the the. Necessarily of High Trust. Turon whilst the judiciary can Only declare void those which violate thai . But the decision of the judiciary in in such a Case where As n. Every instance where of the executive is applied it May be overcome by a vote of iwo thirds of both houses of Congress. The Nega Tive upon the acts of the legislative by Tolje exec Utvic he hands of one individual would seem to be an incongruity it on like some others of a similar charac it however it appears to be highly expedient and if used Only with the for Bearance and in the spirit Wlinich was intended by its it May be productive of great Good and found one of the burst safeguards to the Union. At Ibe period of Ibe formation of the Milliou principle docs not appear govt in men. It existed but ill two Ami in one of these there was la ecu live. If would search for he motives which opera led the purely enlightened Wloch framed in Sunmi tuition for the adopt Hon of a provision co apparently re Puanani to the Prin Ciple that the majority should govern we must reject the ii a that they anticipated from it any Benefit to the Ordinary course of legislation. Knew Loo Well the High degree of in which existed one was rement a a person elected to that office hav his constituents in every action and subdivision of the Union Musi consider him self bound by the most 89iemn sanctions to guard pro act and defend the rights of All and of every portion great or Small from the injustice and oppression of j consider the veto Power therefore i Given by the Constitution to the dec. Of the United Stales solely As a conservative Power. To be use on Iff to pro pc. The Constitution from Tefle 3 Molly the will has been of Well understood and. 3dly, to pre vent the to of Fecit of combination Viola live of the Rich s of reference o the second of objects i May that i cons Der it the been he effects its influence greater Milat be the Duiker at to me quadruped in amount As it from the be Der the control of the executive will than their construction of their a owed a the All the Early presidents permitted them to make but it a not by the its patronage alone the executive department become Clairer ou., but by the which it appear Raay be made by the appointing Power to bring under Ita control the 1 of the country. The Constitution has declared it be he duty of the president to a. Him make Mes and Navy of the United ii the opinion of the most Appio Cid upon that Feciw to. Vernmani w hich in modern Europe s to tarred monarchy a . Lion to incorrect there w Nutig no other addition to the pow ers of chief magistrate to stamp character on Yovera expressly Given. And 1 believe with or. Magdij on thai repeated under varied circumstances in acts of the legislative executive and judicial branches of the government accompanied by indications m i verent modes of the concur rence of the general will of the nation a affording to the sufficient authority for his considering such disputed Points As v has in which the i written have to of All the amount of Power which it l actually granted or was Isle Iii d Lorini this is Moie particularly the re lation to Ludt Iii truent real4 of it Leeiii Lavive Hoph. And not Only As regards the exer i of claimed under a general a lip giving that body the authority to 5s Thos More Desin Cuve Niobie ii bib a devoted in not to have be la lest Confidence that the two bodies elected by them would be worthy nil such and of Ilia they would require tin measures which the circumstances of the country might require. And it is Reposi Eronim to suppose thai a thought con id for a moment have but a enter thai the president placed Al Capitol in Hie Cende of the coun try could better understand the wants my Wisher. Of the than their ii mimed the who a of every year among them living with them often it any one should doubt that the ensure control which the po.ssessi8 Over the officers who have tha custody of the Public the Power with or without a caviar mischievous purposes a to Leaf i Ranally subject the Ano to Hisdon postal. The first roman Perot in Hii aide Mil to Wize the secret treasure the opposition of the officer to charge it i had committed by a to More h gratification than to Powers they reopen Lively re him and it which have occurred Between them or the whole love raiment and those of the slates or either of them. We could then compare actual Condi Tion Afler fifty years trial of sys tem Wuh what it was in the of its operations and ascertain whether the of the patriots by a president would be quite a Caesar Insen Eisla in a proper plan for the Safe keeping and disbursement of the Public Rev Eluies. And i know the importance which has own attached by men of great abilities patriotism to the divorce As ii it cd of the Treasury irom the Bai King h urn Wuh the executive department , like becomes 1 the assist or in Tiol Congress then in its Ordinary legislation could not i uns w la growth and Foj declining j ears of its victim la shia us t Kari a Cut Irue the p it of Wisdom a the specified Powers by in relation Republic to limit he service of t de parliments. This danger is greatly a it is., privilege which Bei Gilene Asir has been always of he common with every Kihei ser Wahle that men Are Lew jealous of although there my he encroachments of one department upon of Confidence ii the another than upon their own reserved prop Jet measures Rel in Case than in the other in when the Comuni tuition of the uni Twe Ted slates first came Frorer the hands of can be in the Langto tic the convention which formed it Many of the cd it ution All the Legista of sternest republicans of the Day live Powe which in or Stu Are its alarmed at the extent of the pow led in q uni Eder which had been granted to the fed be 0 in were Nevei returned to Congress by eith r of the referred to upon the ground of or no. As a Tony a right to the the peo ple he veto was i Tryon the of want of con Wormily to the or became Eror had Horn a Loo Ena Tinen a there another grou Rel for the ado non of the Velo which had probably More in fluence in recommending it t the convention than any other. I Reler to the Security which it gives to we just and equitable a non of the legislature Dipofi All parts of the Unior i. Could not have occurred 10 the convention a coun try so ext Rifle great a pm Rifle of Oil and Cun of products and i be same causes must exhibit a great Dit Lwrence in the Amo put of the of in various sections Cai lug Lor a great in if employ of the people that the legislation of the major ii not always it isl by Reg and the tights and a Telesis of the and that acts of this Char might be passed under an express grand by the of Iha con i and be 9 so Cisin in Erst government and More particular language t y lha 8lly portion oily of hat portion which had been a these is in signed to the executive Branch. There it May to a indeed thai the were in it features which appeared not Sii tuition to the executive to be in Harmony with their ideas of a the Power t the Acu of lip Timple representative democracy or is Ortive to them 1 Republic. And knowing the tendency assent so has of Power to increase Ila Elf warily tha instr Anent p executed by a Tingle individual Ibe yet Tho in mat they Raul not clearly see the of its accomplish ment. The general government has upon none of the reserved rights of the Stales. As far As any open War fare May have gone the slate author have amply maintained their rights. I o a casual observer a Mem pre sents no appearance of Between the different Mem ers which compose it. Even the addition of Many new ones has produced i of jarring. They move in their respective in perfect Harmony with the Central head and with each other but there it still a under current at Woik by which if not seasonably checked the wot is ai4 Preh Custons of parties will he realized. And not Only will the silo be by the great increase of Power in the executive department of the go poral government but she character of that essentially and radically 1 his stale of i hinge Hax been in part effected by causes inherent in the con of Tillion and i ing tendency crease itself. Dent the sole of the government i ution do Treasury without communicating All the circumstance attending sufi removal to both houses of Congress. The in fluence of executive in the of the elective franchise through the medium of the Public offi. Cers can be effectually checked by re Newing the prohibition published by or. Jefferson forbidding their interference in elections further than giving their own vote. And their own Independence see rec by an Assurance of perfect immunity in exercising this sacred privilege of freemen under the of their own to based judg ments. Never with my consent Ahall officer of the people compensated ins services of their become the pliant instrument of exec live w ill. Is no part of the Means placed the hands of the executive which might be used with effect for unhallowed lha n the control of the Public press the Maxim which ancestors derived from the Mother county that the Freedom of the Palm ionic they might suppose from past experience the members of might be and however largely Parta King in the general of the Liberal Tings of the people it War impossible to expect that bodies so constituted should not sometimes be controlled by local interests and sectional feelings. It proper therefore to provide so Rumen to control the free operations of the state governments. Of Tri i fling importance at first it had Early in on ii administration be come i powerful As to create great alarm in the mind of that Patriot from the potent influence it might exert in Conli oiling the Freedom of the elective franchise. If such could have thu imposed Are As fatal to it As the Iron Bonda of despotism. The pret in the necessary employment of the govern ment should never be used to Clear the guilty or to varnish a decent and Manly examination of the acts of the government should be not Only tolerated but encouraged. Upon another occasion i have cons Judd on fourth Page

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