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by common consul, " , K4 Ty;,,
before filled a position ?p euviable in tho
estimation of fnicifii Mate. Although
opposed most earnestly mid indefatigably
throughout; audio many instances mean
ly, tree -rou.iy Aii't vindictively by his
opponent, ho has consumaud measures
in the dilution of ihe. diplomacy of tho
Government that Btunip bis Administra
tion with tho seal of imperishable honor.
The Paraguay expedition, notwithMatid
jug it failure wan no confidently predict
ed by the clamorous organ of tho appo
rtion, wm attended, nevertheless, with
the fullest success. Tho treaty with Ja
pun. opening new porta to our present
And future trade with that crowded em
pire; tho treaty with China, bv whose
careful provision, besides eo oriiig tho
entire ground of commercial advantages,
tho light of Christianity, for the first time,
is permitted freely to xLino among tlm
heathen millions of tho Chinco world;;
the consumate. skill and judgement w:th
which, in tho face of never ceasing dilii-,
equities and surprising complication, the
Central American questions havo been
manogod, now just on the eve, apparent 1 v. '
" I'luuuiring uieir wen men lnvaluaU!
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CLEAItriEM), July 13, 1339.
I .-.M 0C1U TIC STATE T J CK ET.
RICHARDSON L. WEIGHT
Or KtANKI.lN COIJNTT.
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X.rm ih Un?rf-.tAiM'B;M infl'oro Uron
'iii niiiir to tin' ronih v of Ibt ir hirlli mu
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not liable to any duties or penalties, ex
cept nuih an were exiKting at fhe, period of
llioir emigration. If at that time they
nero in tho army, or actually called into
it, such emigration and naturalization do
not exempt them from the legal penalty
which they incurred by their desertion,
but thin penalty may bo enforced nguinH
them whenever they hall voluntarily
plaeo thi'iinelvi-H within tho loeal juridii:-.)rivt, mo 0r thul g'nufinition. Evory
At meetini; of the Domocratic Stand.
fru ts; and, above all, the final settlement ;
of tho liight-of-Search (mention with (
urnain, cioany on American princijiles; i in? Conmittco of Clearfield county, held
f, .V1B MUrtfhftpter ofl'isUy' wliiol,. irLt Clearfield June L'Sth, 1859 ; the follow-
mil UUlltlll UII I'i.'UlllH OI lllll I
elio of r.ofe, would secure for Pref-iiJeiit
Buchanan's Administration a prominent
and glorious place in our annals.
Yhon we turn to Mr. Uuchanan's do
mestio Administration, so far from its af
fording reasonable cause of complaint, it
ing resolution was unanimously adopted :
JJeti'leeJ, That tho Democratic voters of
tho several borough and townfhips are
hereby notified to moot at their respec
tive places of holding primary elections on
deserves the heartiest commendation of i Saturday August Gtli, IS59, between tho
every citizen who scorns the petty, per
sonal, paltry polities of the hour, who ad
mires the conceptions and practiee of real
statesmanship, and who dotesU tho mis
erable evasions and dishor.c-t expedients
of office cooking politicians. Vhilo tho
President may havo oll'endod, in some in
stances, the morbid sentiments of particu
lar localities, we aver that no ono who
peaks seriously and truthfully, can point
his fingtT to a iingle case in which ho has
not cmleavoverf, according to his best con
vindicate the laws be
I hours of 2 and 5 o'clock P. M., for the
purpose of nominating candidates lobe
voted for at the general election on the
'second Tuesday of October.
L. J. Cians, Esq., was elected Secretary
(of the Committee.
R J. "YALLACL
' itic,i ben always Ignorant of Ihe
fai t (hat 'i;lv,',:nnrnand Evi kktt, when
successively be.n-l. .... rc.-.- . I, .1,..
- ""'J VI l.HlltV, ..II. lift .
.lonmiisiiai.tm n Mr. Villmore, he
trineit even Ida hivWible f'olit'
and right of intei'eienee in behalf of onr
adopted citrons who voluntary' l''ai'c
themsclvis withis tho juriidifion of the
governments of their nativ eoanlricSi
than St-cietaiA Cm, Wo giv liw follow
iu' lelter and estnu li I'r" the above
named Statesmen, whom 0J wnio oppo
sition once professed to reji'd as the great
lights of their party.
ll'.etfict.M,: Vdskrlo '" Tulcn, A. I.
AYuhi:.gton, .1 j
The respect paid bv-ny passport grant
fd by this IVparlmcil to a naturalized
citizen forniHly bjei:t of Spain, will
tlepend upon the laiv of that nation in
relation to tho allegince due its authori
ty by its nativpoorn aubjects. If that
Government refines the right of its
subjects to d('ationa4e themsulves, mid
assimilate wh tho ciizons of othor coun
tries, tho il passpovt will be asnfiicient
saleguar'' J'ou but if allegiance to tho
Crown of Spain may nt. legally bo renoun
eed fcy its subjecis, yol must expect to be
UUwai.s.aioniKi. cpa...... .u ay . t,nvnrnmont hM a,lmB(l ,1,0 twi.ion that
ifvu voluntarily lilwe yourselt witlun e ..... . .,
ih'eju. kliction of that Uovemmont. her naturalized cit izens "returning to the
Df.fartmnt or State, j country of their birth, are not liable to
Washington, June 1, l.Vij ! nny duties or penalties, except such -Sir:
I ha-o to acknowledge tho reocjpt lvcro exjfitinf Rt the period of thoir emi-
ot your eno-io air. iwauuii oi .o - ulnl;n .. Tl,nt ihi. ,ioSition will be ad-
mitted by European nations, is another
affair altogether, and until it is establish-
...tnimetidatio.i "f pi '"' r SlriU ,. a-s Mn.j ,, nr.M1) ,p observed a
,i ... ;. tl i.it of P"f'T. ruled in b ller aiidsoiiiti and abt
believing U I j,,,?"':"" Ietid1vidualeiti,.en,l,ess.ai,,",i
U,n whieli lib"'"""" " J-r"","!' legal lighls, and in the eiijoymei.l,
tioimlity of it" vl" -ninid na- ty and property in the territorial.
-e- , -r-.-",,y ,rT"7.,.,...,l ii 'end, and to this rxletit, it n. I
, ,P,.w..... , ,.,M,,iiiliftn frr ; 't"'''r ''..ni.db tll.eeiimtiliiti,,,,,,.,
,nVe no ftU' ioi ' .,mre. I'"" as ci.oun.h .l by the .luibeuuv, Bd M u
Kitb.-n, not l'"n w" . pte-l VI"'- mnV l"-rcaner U defined, In' a,,, or h
..latioil 'l t'"1 l",n,,i "KriUi our "'",V1"1 ",nf nr'M'- '"observed ami ex.
Illl't na- tv Mild motiei tV In tlm ten ilnrm. t.. .i .
i-tnf Worr:. 1 , ,.!,. ,1 ., I ,, bi. "i ,u,,n
1 1 1 1 1 1 - i ' i iii . .' . 1 v oeeonie
we could say in its behalf, i doxical idea or tho exi'sYciiCo M f" A
Ci.K.nriri.t, Ta , Fii lu ,tily 1, '''). right in the many, in a territcty, io"m, V
Ointlkmr.':' 1 regret oMvliiigly that I jslroy the constitutional lights of tho few,
am not to have the pleasure if joining the, it is a species of "higher lawistn," which it
"Tammany Society" iii ceVhrating t ho ; not likely to bo seriomly maintained iii
coming anniversary of dip mtionul indo- any (piarler, or ever to require tho atten-
. " . . ..'r.. -i ...m. .l. ii .... ,.ri'n.n.. (;. I. l.- i
iienunnce, in coinpuanei wu.i mo muter- iii" vwupimn. nu nm .ngnesi re
ing invitation wuu w niciyou navo honor
ed me. Previous engaguncnts, asitlo from
i tho great intervening jistsnce, will do-
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nivi re e , ,r " ( ,v ... ''t."! i'"1" iifi-rm
iri;ni(. iu iiiii .i f ifiii
heart should respond totlo patriotic sen
timentof your circular, vlkt tho "sublime
reinembranje" of that floiou event de
serve to be celebrated "byan exhibition
ultimo, inqui.-ing whether Mr. Victor J.. ra,lon
iepierre, a native ot I ranee, but a natur
alized citizoi, of the United States, can ex
pect tho pruttction of this Government iu
that country wen proceedingthither with
a passport from this Department. In re
ply, I have to iuVorin you that if, is is un
derstood to be th fact, the Govirnment
of France does not acknow ledge II right .p, known to this ilisieinbling, hypocriti
ot natives ot that country frounce j .ow of p01i,icnl tricksters, and r.one
their allegiance, it may lawfullv claim , , , 1 , , , .
P ...i,.., r'. .i,i,;,, ri, would be to ready as they to exclaim
i ui 1 1 pci i rv in u iuuiim nuuiii i nin.ii ,
Cn'si. 1 jijii-.lieiion.
I am, fir. very respectfully,
gard, I remain, gentlemen, your obedie.nl
servant, WM. UJGLEK.
To Hon. Joiin'Kki.i.t and others, Sachuru.i.
Be not too Confident.
Tho Ilarrisburg Putriot Union con
cludes an nrticlo on the general obscrv
Ihe law of nations, in the opinion of this jftfthe warmest testimonial of gratitude lanco of tho anniversary of our National
Independence, with tho following truth
ful allusion to the dangers which beset
our free institutions. 'We are by no meant
given to croaking, but there is much rea
son for the apprehensions expressed in
these remarks. Our country is unfortu
nately infested with a set of ambitious
and dangerous men, any of whom under
the pr text of serving the cause of philan
thropy, and human freedom, would play
Catalino to tno liberties of tho people,
and trample the Constitution underfoot
to gratify his hatred of ono section of tho
country und her institutions, and socure
power and placo for himself. Of this no
proof is lacking. The incendiary npploali
which are constantly made to the passions
tion of their native country, and shall be
proeee.lod against aeeording to law. Bui
alien no present liabilities exist against
them at the period ot their emigration
V. lllll... Jjl ll.v ..lij WMimj
to interfere with naturalized American
citizens, and the attempt to do so would
be considered an act unjust in itself and
unfriendly towards the UniiedStates. This
question cannot of con rso arise in the case
of a naluralizod citizen who remains in the
United States. It is only when he volun
tarily returns to his native country that its
local laws can bo enforced against him.
I am, sir, your obedient servant,
Tho letter of Gen. Cars given above.
intes distinctly that the United States
to the memory of those wl mado itim
mortal j" and I trust, if notnll, a majori
ty of tho American people ao prepared to
unito i:i any proper eflort, 'o draw closer
the patriotic bonds of Deinoratic brother
hood," and hy nfcuring the union of the
national Democracy, contrluto toward
the perpetuity of the Union tithe .States,
and the FtabiMy and vigor of those
wise and just institmions intlor which we
havo become, with Unparalt.ie,i rapidity,
not oniy a numcruui, aappy vu prosper
ous people, but one of tho t.st political
lowers OI Win num.
The vexed question of s'-avery . 80 lcng
the dread of the friends of the Union,
mav. I hooe. bo safely reg4ideUH,
iusted to the satisfaction of all,
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a lew extremist orm aim oouui, ,o
are now attempti.'ig to ronew tlie ifitat0n
on the idea of an 'irrepressible coufliee'
between the institutions of tho Northern
and Southern States on tho ono hand, und
ed as a principle among Nations, those
who deny it will act according to thoir
' view, and the only modo of preventing it jstitutions of tho several States, to uventu
would be by an anneal to arms. 1 his is
of the unreflecting, and the treasonable
l.MIIVI, HUH : - , , ,
il.e ,.vivnl oftho slave trade on the other: I 'oetrines oi sucn demagogues as oewaru,
issuos which, however seriously pressed, !Ui-ely. Garrison, Burlingame and otliern,
cm only result in fruitless agitation. As to
tli .s idea ot a cuullicl uotween the local lu-
The News. ! ourott .orv t,
; Daniel edstts,
fly the Steamer Hungarian further de- - j0 j, p,. ,. j:,,-., Now York
against such poliey, if Ly an attempt to
w rcbt by force, tho naturalized citizen who
fictions, to vindicate the laws be lias I
sworn tojinaintain and to execute. Nor.1' bave been received of the great bat-1 T)ie (iUr Vivn Evkrktt was ad-
can ti' bitterest opponent honestly accuse j tie fought on the 1:4th ot June, ne'ir the vC,j t0 ur Minister at Berlin, under
mm Of navnig sought personal popularity vive. Miucto betweui tho Austii.in.-. oik'
. v i c-,. u. 4U v,u..Bt, ,. . tn.tu s ...j:..:...,. Tllli Tllac0 , .;,.,:,
he uas t any time doserteU his rigid ot- . , , . . . , . ,),,. Minister. "The o'ie.-ti.m raised." Mr.
Coial obligations, by co.nc.ding with tho j .'" oo.ier.no, aim tue j Kvm;Tt w.,.iu.,f "has received the par. iou-
prejut.ices. or peculiar interests oi any , is gnuu to t.io uuuic . ,(tp t,,.,.ti011 0I the President. The f-l
ection, or rtate, r.ortn, souin, .Last or
AVe speak somewhat warmly, fellow
citizens, because we have been and are
had been compelled to serve in tho ranks
of the army of his mother country, from
their custody, the Administration were to
involve the country in a war with some
da'.eof llth Jantiaiy. IS 3, in rcfeiencs to one or more ot the nations oi i-uropo.
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WaS jSCVI'lll. t-iisi;? n nil II IIU'I I.I-.T., 'i.;-vn. '. WJ OIU'-O lllt'J UllVQ IIIIU nil lAniriiw " J'...
ty. they havo been a set of croakers and
faultfinder until habit has become a sec
ure loo notorious and wide-spread to ad-
mr ofu doubt of its truth; and perhaps
ale in their periect uniiormny nun is, "-v - j -
that tho Status must all In come free or all ;ovt rt attrmrt to destroy tho government,
slave, it is, in my estimation, a 'vuikmd is became these would-be dictators and
absurd theory, enunciated lor factious and ' ty,.antg nro t,ull feurful that in the strug
selfish ijurposcs, and cannot stand the . - ... ... , .
Ut of public judgment lor a single day. fr bsolu,e 'thonty, a rival might
The attempt to lev. ve the African Shire j pfovo successful in obtaining the covet
trado will be no les futile. 1 do not bw-ied pii.e; the fust use made of which
lievt the proposiuon will ever commanu , vroulj to ricl ijim3eif 0f ihose
The Austrians lost, it is said 35,000 men
out of an army of 150,000, in this disas
trous engagement, and were compelled to
conscientiously indignant at the courso of abandon thoir positon and retire across
misrepresentation anil vituperation adopt- (he Mincio.
edby the Opposition, at the electioneering, Tl6 Frenuh loss was also very heavy,
brkktfaparty 'vl' muchless. They took ix thousand
Lie man, the purity of whose private life, I '
or public conduct, cannot really be ques- j prisoners and several cannon and other
tioned by any honorable poison on hon-! trophies.
orablo grounds. Besides, wo wish to cle- (Jcn iel has been mado a marshal or
elare that, if to their discredit, others'
may forget it, we always remember that n'1,nce'
James Buchanan is a Pennsylvanian horn j The Austrian" are preparing for another
and bred ; that his fame as a statesman, battle under Gen. Hess who already super
while serving with tho highest reputa- ce,le(, Schlick as commandcr-in-chier.
tica intho most responsible ttusts under j 175 000 troops from the Austrian rc
the Government, is inseparably a part of . 1
our State glory ; and that by force of his erves are on their way to Italy. Ihey
virtue and splendid abilities, he is tho , are callod the flowerof tho Austrian army.
It is said that preparations aro making
in france to raise an army of 400,000 men.
IntviiiL' en;mi iiiTi..i. nilf i.ite !lil i-l.w. nnfl n&tiit-o. Lt-t thi-m wliuio away, their
nine: u,m-nHouable din will oon disgust all ears.j
If. then, a Prussian subject, born and: As Gen. Cass r.unaiks. this question can
living uivles this stale of law, chouses to only arise where the former subject of an
emigrate to a foreign eoimtiy wiiho.il :oti,or country has voluntarily returned to
taimni! the certihcaie which a on en lis-1 , , i
cl apjr "him from the obligation of military the place of his birth, and of course can ,r
serviees, be. takes that step at hw own n-K. noway aneei ino imtui.iiiii-u inuru iv
He elects to go abroad under the burden mainiug in the United Slates; who will if
of a duly which he on es to his Govern- 'j,, r,rtected against any attempt to
ment. His departure is of the n.Vure of 1
an escape from her laws; and if, at any force him away. i
subsequent period, he is indiscreet enough TTPTfTTR VCM PTITMARV
to return to his nativo country, he cannot TICKETS FOR PRIMARY
coniilain if those laws are executed to his ELECTIONS
disadvantage. His case resembles that of ! 'e desiro to announce to our Peno-
nn ..ILw ...1iMlA.l In. nmieArt nt Inn ..... ..... .
uiuiuit'i vi cm.... .v :cratic liioii'is, especially inosewiiosenaTi';s
are before tho people as candidates for
public stations, that we shall print the
one-third tho votes in Congress.
Then, as lo the nue-tions in the Tcrrilo
ries, the policy having been settle:! by va
rious acta of Congress, and mado pint of
(lie Iiymoeratic creed, to which 1 doubt
aot that party will adhere w ith unyielding
lidelily, that the poj'tt, clothed wiih what
ever authority it may bo compotcnt for
Congress, under tno Constitution, to confer
upon llieni, n,i. wl Congress, shall Iryitla te
for the Ttrrittirif, in order thai they may do
what they ploaso as to slavery, and other
matters oi domestic concern, throught the
agency" of their locd legislatures, "subject
only to the Constitution of the United
States," accompanied with a plidgolbr
their admission into the Union, on terms
of oei loct emiality w ith the orii'iul States,
with or without slavery, as they may de-1 nut know how great the tension it tint'
! who micht be disroscd to dispute hi
possession But here is the extract:
"Now if any conclusion can be drawn
from tho patriotic demonstrations made
on tho Fourth of July, tho people of the
United States have not forgotten the great
privileges they enjoy, and aro lull of.
genuine love of country. The general
commemoration of tho Anniversary of In
dependence is something moro than mere
habit. But at tho so mo time it would bo
a fatal error to under-eatimate tho dan
gers that menace the confederacy. W
have sailed along on a sea so smooth, that
the very apprehension of danger is appal
ling. This vessel in which we sail has en
countered so few heavy cales that we
THE LIABILITIES OF NATURAL
The conduct of Ihe opposition in assail-
or other compulsory process in tho army
or navy. If he should desert the service
of his country, and thereby render him
self amenable to military law, no one
would expect that he could return to hi
native land and bid defianco to its laws,
because, in th meantime, he might have
tickets for tho primary elections the lat
ter part of the present and the beginning
of the coming week. As some of our
become a naturalized citizen or a foreign ( menus who were canouiates nisi summer
Stale. did not seem pleased that we had printed
For these reasons, and without entering l,.;,. tickets without orders, wo shall only
into the discussion oi me question oi per.
first and only Pennsylvanian to whom the
jiation has accorded the Chief Magistracy
of the Union.
When ho assumed office it is well known
to us, and to all, that two important Ter-j-itoriej
of tho United States wero in a
condition of revolt and civil war. We
need not point out the fact that both of . , ' . ' , ' j into tie m session o, ... print for those who have in some degree
1 h asa Territories r re now at tieieo .. ii 1. MS t ho lot ter of Secretary Css, m refer- petual allegiance, the President is of opin -' ' ...... , w ,
these lerntoi lo r.re now at peace wuu. o e . v j i thnt if a subieet of Pnifsia Ivin- tin- signified their wish to that ollect. We do
themselves and obed ont to the Govern- enco to the liabilities of naturalued citt-1 'on that, 1 a surieci 01 1 iiifsia, i)inun c
inu .u n ii. . , , 1.1 dor a legal ob igation in that country to not intend this as a reflection upon any one,
ment. It 1 in every one s recollection, ZC!;8 0f the United States when voluntarl- " , ,? ,,,( r,r,niliinrv rlntv 1 .. . . .1 . .
tnn i.m. nm .wl i.evilniw ilmer.'. . ....... .. . ., perform a certain amountefrn litar; d(tt , lmt 0 cnsuie A Cer am y that wo are not
r 7 7i v Ii: . 'y returning wiunn 1110 jurisaitiion 01 mo 1 ves Jlis Tint,Vci land, and, without per
ZT. Il 7" ' rr:: " r' government to which U,oy originally owed . forming that duty or obutining the pre
eitement constantly fanned into a flume alleg
by "Kansasshrieking" inventions, and uu
other sensation appliances 01 in ; same have in ,llU c,.0rt.ning aet 0f hypoerisy,
on, uni.li 1'niriuiiu invu ut.-titn iu itni tiiu
worst, ana to turn pale with apprehension
rernment to which llicy originally owed; forming that duty oroouuning me pre
egianeo, is fully in keeping with their ! scribed "certificate of emigration." comes
, , . , , v .. .. ,1 to the United States and is naturalized,
naldesp.eable duplicity. Or rather they prwa:(lHi or nliy ,urrCPes w,mlev.
vein this crowning aet of hypoerisy, !er. cm.g bark to Prussia, it is not compe-
: surpassed themselves, and by out Herod-1 tent for tho United States to protect him
It i. me to tho President to sav that he ing Herod, won immortal infamy. from tho opera ion 01 the t russ.an lan .-
1 1 1 .1. 1.1 A n .1 t . -
...... J a ! ntnoma v t tif rIilRSlon tO DrOOUTO tllG
ot faction with a strong ftana-mw erate or indeod whcil it trl(, lirisei undor fln Ad. fR ',ificai; flro,0 from inadvertan.ie or ig-
The cae may be one of great hardship,
iniigraT, luoug.is. o.iK-uoi,. ut utsi, . . . 0.. .r!rl;on. h,a ! . u,, ,l,U f..t ihou-h a i.t
IM wliole Judiciary tf lUt land, lateral anii .... . . t(
. . - - .. . .1 1 it. 1 . fl.Ann1 nl E1.1Y11 i hv rtnin nm niter ine
&Ke.-at Washington, in Ohio, in Geor- gentlemen whoo duty it became to give ground o. .ym..u..T, uo . u
gia, in South Carolina and elsewhere, the views of this government thereon, had
maybe seer, coming to the rescue ot the no hesitation in de daring that naturali.
case as one of international law
Jfcxt we give the letter of Gon. Cass,
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Government ; while 111 the august pres- , . . , voluntarily returned to and leave our readers to decido which of
Tiolenee begin, .ensibly to subskfe.com- the land of their birth were liable to all ! these great Statesmen go farthest in advo;
mon sense begins everywhere 10 master the obligations imposed upon them by the eating the right of every man to cxpatn
un reason, and tho victorious presence of law of their mother country; as the of- te himself at will, and seek another lard
tht law begin to conquer the hydra of ficiftj recor(Ist of the Dei'artment of State for n borne, another government for a
license and disunion. ...,.,, r, . ... 1 ...im ennlher nl!ef.inne.
Inilin.i.1. 1XA7. aenminere n nnd fi. Win miiy prove. Jut, mis wiis ni a 11. .10 , 1 -a
nancial revulsion, overwhelming as it was i when the efforts of this same opposition
sudden, swept over the country, threaten- cwere directed towards the disfranchis
ing not only private, but public ency. of adpplc.d ci,il!0ns, and the estab
Is one will think of seeking to hold tho , . , . . ...
President in any way responsible for this ; lament that proscnpt.ve doctrine as a
extensive and disastrous convulsion of prinVJple of our government, that no in-
... ...J n,li T.., l.i;... !. ' 1 V, 1 1 : :i
au'i ..ion.. ... . ....o. o u'. (llVHluar-wyv onrii uiioii AMirrit'ui. son iv.ta .. . j
tvehavo aright to insist that all proper' vhts of citizenship under 10 ?n .M1"CB."n fr 'uiornmt.on, and
acknowledgement ..houldbe made for the entlt fU thfcllt8 ra Mztntfnp under ,VH8 rnll(.,pally intended to recommend
ffariiv. nrudence and tact obaraeteri.iniri 't i alleging as aVeason, that ho owed al- caution to our naturalued fellow-citizens,
the proceedings ot the Administration, by
means of which the Governmet was taken
through an unexpected ensis of profound
embarrassment, without the least dopro-
Dei-aiitment op State. )
Washington, June 14, 1850 t
Sir: In answer to your letter of the 6th
instant, 1 have to inform you that the
brief letter from this Department to which
you refer, dated the 7th of May last, and
1 addressed to Mr. Felix Leclerc, was in re
distributing the tickets of thoso who do
not wish theirs' used upon the occasion.
However in any case in w hich we do not
now feel authorized to print tickets we
shall be happy to do it at any time it may
teriinuc when they lorm a coiiMiiuuon
and a State Government. And the su :
promo Court having defined the meaning
of tho Constitution to bo, that a Territory
deriving all its l.iw-making powers from
Congress, is a deperdeney and not a sov
ereignty j that Congress not being pos
sesscd of tho authority to exclude Slavery
or Slave-prtiperty from tho Territories,,
cannot confer thnt authority upon a Terri
torial Legislature; and further that slaves
aro propei tj ; that the Territories belong
to the Stales in common; that tho citi
zens of each and all the States have an
equal right to the occupancy of such com
mon domain ; there to possess, use, and
enjoy property of every description, inclu
ding that of slaves; theio would seem
to be but little room for further contro
versy, either in Congress or in the States.
As lor a code of Congressional laws for the
benefit of one species of property in tne
Territories not necessary for the rest, 1
am emphatically opposed to any such
measure ; and think tho proposition as
impolitic as the etlor', for it will prove
vain and fruitless. For what end, then,
shall Congress legislate T Whoso lights
have been violated in any of the present
hers can endure before they fall to pieces.
Some reckless demagogues regard it as
proof against all assaults, and laugh to
scorn the caution of those who demand
that it shall bo steered by the Constitu
tional chart, which alone secures safety.
They would head it towards the breakers,
even at ihe risk of total shipwreck. Be
ware of those false pilots. They aro the
representatives of another class of mind
who would blot out the wisdom of the
past with its folly, and carvo ou. an ideal
future by meant of the fantasies of the
ciation of it credit, and without any ad
dition to the taxes, or permanent incroase
of the public debt.
We might say much more, and equally
to the purpose, in defence of the Presi
dont and hi Administration Irom the
scurrilous gossip and slanderous attacks
of th we who degrade themselves und the
press, by resorting to such contemptible
dovices, so certain to bo exposed but we
forbear, leaving the irholo subject to the
sober investigation and serious judgment
of Ihe people.
We had intended calling your attention,
PA11n.ttlAn in fl.ni ft,,.ira in nifur
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some suggestion In reply to tl misre
presentations made by the Optf:.ifion to
h fV..' ...... I Xit."11- unrl
v.i. vi.il 1 tfviM w 1 - 1 1 .' ' 1
legiance to anothsWver, which could native of France, in returning to that
not be divested except byVloath. country, a the operations of the French
' . , . 7 , ' X . , I conscription law were not precisely known
Thi doctrine of the ABKiican andhci.Bi and nljgnt b(ar injuriouilv upon
Know-nothing party, which occupied the i,at clg of American citizens. Most ot
same attitude of hostility towJds the' the Continental European nation have a
Democratic party, that the mongrelXmass )' ?l nmr, .B...u . uyw.-.c.
1 " e "V , l,..ir hi itoiii urn rvimiinili.fi tn Ai vn n.
the army by conscription, as in France,
w here the duty is designated by lot, or by
call ing themselves the "people's partyXjlo .
at present, is too well known to be c-
nied co recently after it enunciation, yet
in the face of all this these artful doayers
have the shameless impudence to rfaiso a
"hue and cry" against the Adminiy-ation
because they refuse lo declfrrjleter
miiation to enter 'eyery State in 'i-ror
be desired, and wo only mention tliejXarritoriosT Or wherein has the people
above time, so that all who wish ran send or the Legislature of any Territory at-
..... 1 . ! .n.-H..t...l ... ..itlitV tlx. (V... tititiitir... n, AV.
in their orders in accordance; and W"e lcll,i .n.... ... --
would also be glad .0 be informed whether1 Pu,,,lod l'' tl"' Z
b other way traiiaceiiaed their legitimate au-
we are expected to distiibute tho tickets , ,-orj,y j I have heard of no such.case. Even
or whether tiie cnndiilate himself takes! Kansas, factious and insubordinate as the
that responsibility. j spirit in that Territory at times has ccui
jc-d to be, has done none of these things.
Pennsylvania Law School It is under 1 Then aro wo to legislate on Borne specu
contemplalion by some of the cituensof in "nticipatk.n of wrongs
,,'., , . . , I which may never occur! But, even if
iorthumberland and Union county, to j theo wrongs liatl already boen committed,
establish a law school at Lcwisburg, Pa. ' tie proiier remedy is with the Judiciary,
Wo do not know with what encourage, and not with Congress. Whoever imag
ined such an institution would meet from i himselfaggricved in tho use of slave
, . , . . i - , , i or other property, 111 a lerritory, should
the public, but placed in charged compe- r,dl.esshroughl the Courts, and not
tent professors and properly conducted, though Congress ; and further, should it
could not fail to be of use to the law stu-j at any time be alleged that the Legisla
dent. The only objection perhaps would ' "e f Territory transcended its au
, ., . , , i thoritv. to thetidrimeiil of private rtnht, it will
ne .ne increased expense o, a course o. ,e-, be fof. ,,je jU(lil.ia,V) not for Congress, I and Xorthi the most cheering account.
ei Bui.uiB, iin,n it, cijr lJu-oulP t0 ascAiinui that fact; and Dy its decrees'
might be over-balanced by the superiority I vindicate the injured party. It is for Con-i
: . . ' c . ' 1 1 . 1 . I ncu 1 . nrrt !'., I li A ln.. mu b in a riv oh n -, V OS L
01 tne instruciion. Dim mere are many : 6'vao """",v " "-'"6 r"" "l' . ,.11 .. ii, ,.nlw
.,., mm .a'1 ,..,,..,1,A,I b .,1 ,.i Jon a Territorial Legislature, but it is the'ered everywhere throughout the country
. . . . : . . ! provinco of the Judiciaiy to terminate the thei
ent to enter tne legal proiession, to whom tellt 0f tbat power ai
acourse of education at n law school would abuse. Indeed, in the cases of Kansas ' . 0 . . :.i. bieh have
iflerence of -
Tiik AtiDREs We publish this week
the able and patriotic address of the Dem
ocratic State committee to the Democracy
of the Keystone State, exhorting them
to do their duty at the coming general
election. It is a clear, forcible and argu
mentative document, treating the great
questions of tho day, a well as those that
are past and determined, in a manner
that the people of Pennsylvania cannot
fail to appreciate and approve. A 'he
document will speak for itself more forci
bly than we can, we forbear further com
ment, commending it to the penifal of alt
w ho desire to be informed a to the true
position al present occupied by the na
tional Democracy, and the principles upon
which it is contemplated to meet tho great
consolidated band of Abolitionists. Know
Nothings, Kenegados and what--nots
which are now arrayed against us. There
are wholesome truths contained in it, that
cannot fail to impress tho unbiased rea
der, and we fell assured that no roan can
read it without deriving benefit.
Tue Crops Adboad. Notwithstanding
the severo injury supposed to have been
s.isiiiined bv the cops in the Northwest
are daily reaching us or the abundant har
vest that is now in procoss of being gatb-
11 n try,
theiniured districts not excepted. Little
power and restrain its 1 or ll0tiing is beard of the ravages of the
be next to an impossibility.
L.;.n.,.M aKnnr th. Avtif. r.f ih r.rt.. horptoforo rrevcd upon our auosiance
!er possossed by Congress, this ques-1 From Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and otft
f no .1 .
i;oxNECTici.'T. 1110 mree proposea a-:".1 -y 0-- -., ..... t--- v..., ... . - -
1 .:-...L-...r,. tinn wn Arnreiyi r re.e. ri-n vt ine t.tiuris ' . tt... i u..i urn Ernies. u
nnenis 10 tne tonnceiicuii ntaie von- ---1 y . . . er a wiern nu uuuiin'i"
stitution, reducing th number ot Kepre- 'i" UVV " ' ifrom the rich a-ricultural districts 01 out
V ' " V r-- .-0. i. vti,tiotni. 2UT (South flPTJl
A r . . . i i ! - . 1. . 1. L..
1 r :t 1.. i.i. . r . -,a 1 auliiect OI aiscussion wuu some 01 tuts lju
uuu .ore.uiy is, .rom me ran ,er - n Quite recently it ha aria
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iiiilaliunt in i liA 1 .AiMwlnf lire, ftlbiwinff .v,l,
U.at;, as in t tuhbui, wnere every persu.v ,,rP(i ,,, ,0 votP, iid requiring an adop- VYKr "T "ln,"
is reijuired lo take his turn as a soldier. I i,.,l citizen to reside in the State one year , tl,e Pr,l'cy in view, i, jI()orei Esq- havin.
The condition of American naturalized before becoming an elector, have all been the Constitution, ansioa fr sottloment and
citizen returning to their native counlry ( defeated in the lloii'eof Kepresentative restrain Conpr-iuHi, anJ (till muoa of them
wherothe sysiein ot compulsory service, t,e ist by yea 4'.t. nays 173; the sec-, 1H'llu rr.T, i,.i. J ..:..JC,r.'1"
.Vfubacrintion. or Ink ..rk
'Uio sad settle the ssine, at or before the Mav
A cknti.man in Waterloo, Seneca cot
whero tne system ot compulsory Borvieoti st ijV yea 4'.. navs 173; these
prevails, and who had left before norform-1 on jf yea, 49( nnyS 173 ; and the third ye
ing such service, has frequently been 'he nt g jyr
naturalized in this country t..i f(
dently relumed to hy'- ir''
en between the United States and Prussia, j ty, N. Y., own a canary which wilL
and the representative of this country at ible "Hail Columbia" without mii"
the Conrt of Ucrhn ha Drought the mat-note.
ClcarfioliI, March 2, 1859.
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FIFTY BUSniJLS ef Cloverfeed for sale at
Ihe store of , WM 1RVIN
'3-tf. - Carw.i.Yille.
I Walnut, rbilnJuluis, AlBpi nd
cnecriuuy mruisbud. Ino.
: r 1 .
A LARGE nuaullty of Salt fur Sale at L1 !
ll.l lll' . 1. . ... minlrl I .
f nxiiiiD, m mo Btora oi n n. r . An " J g
Al wnntivn to rminralr. tn a mild climate?
ffnotl toil, ami fine market, tee aJvertiicmcnl of.
Allwantinv to emigrate U a'mild climate.
(nod toil, ami fine markH, tet aJiertitment