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Wednesday Morning July 17. HH j
T he New York Tribune of iho 10th hut.,
in a leader urging o nioro vigorous
policy, has tho following)
"Wo bellfv tlie mimy endured ver.T week
throughout the land bocnueo of ldlenea and
wnnt outweighs tho iiifTcrinj! that would result
Irom two 01 throe Bu.rt bottles. In short, we
Misv tho potriut soldiors re lo-doy nblo nud
fer to whip the rcbelf, nbfl wo wnnt to ceo
iheio otlowcd to try. If they nro nut Me to
ihrath tho traitors in tboir fair, tand-up C(;lit,
r.ur pride rovolts at the trie of slowly starving
them into tuhjoctioo, or whippinB them by vir
tue of money borrowed iu Europe. Wo isoy,
challenge them to meet llio patriot volunteers in
fair tight; if they quail they are ruined j if thoy
fight, and nro beaten, tliey must giveit up; while
if they beat ui we ought to do the nunc. Let
ut have this uiutter decided forthwith."
There U chivalry in thin, It reminds
us of the romnnccs of tho Middle Ages ;
and Grcely's proportion to decide wh i is
right nnd who wrong at to the
ociulruction of the Constitution
United States, would he just about as piU
if factory nnd decisive as were tiio cl.allcti
ges to mortal combat en the plains of Fill
cstino, in deciding- whether the Lord or
"Let us challenge them to mortal com
bat," says Grooly. ''Let us have a fair
fight. If they whip us, thy understand
the Constitution better thou we do but
if wo whip them then it is clear they are
wrong and we nro right."
Aro the people of the United States
willing tbnt this great controverty between
the North and the Sourh, as to the true
meaning of the Constitution which our
fathers made, touching properly in slaves,
nnd the rights of the States in tho com
mon territory, shall bo decided in tho
way Greely proposes ? Would it not be
infinitely better to turn the question over
to the whole people of tho United States,
in tho manner proposed by Mr. Critten
den nnd others last winter, nnd decide
pe.iceab'y, and civilly, by the ballot-box,
what Mr. Greely, Mr. Lincoln and olhers
propose to settle by tho cartridge-box nnd
bayonet? Grcely's j'lnn would be n blot
on our history, and future generations
would expunge tlio pago recording such
madness and folly. W'c are therefore op
posed to Grcely's proposition, bccauBo it
would really settle nothing, and becauso the
lives of a great many innocent men -men
who nre entirely blameless es to. tho enuso
of this trouble- would bo sacrificed.
But we submit an amendment to Grec
ly's plan, which wo think is freo from any
objection, and, which we dtiro sny will
meet the approbation of at leaft eight
tenths pf the community, nude and fcuide,
old and young, North and South. It is,
that a given number, no matter whether
it bo one hundred, ton hundred, or ten
thousand of thoso who opposed the Ci it-
tendon plan of adjustment Inst whiter--'
bo selected from the North, nnd an equal
.lumber who likewise opposed that mens"
lire in thq, South, be selected; and t'.at
these two pnrties be compelled to decide,
by fighting, the light and the wrong of
this mat ter. The result cr.nnot fail to be
beneficial, for if they would even surras
that most ncmorablo Initio nt Kilkenny,
(ho world would bo tho better o(F. A
host of men "spoiling for a fiht," but who
have no fight in then when a good chance
M ofi'ered, would be out of the road.
What a blessing this A-otild bo.
If Greely declines this amendment we
shall make him another, which cnnnol
fiil to meet his, approbation.
Sa?To be a Democrat now, i s to be a
Secessionist llebel TrnUor according
lo I'lack-Republican login. Not to en
dorse all the monstrous usurpations of j
Picsioenl Lincoln which n subservient j
Congress is new required to sanction is!
to bo ' llebel ; even to examine into tho
propriety or constitutionality of the con
duct of our public servants, or for daring
to ask n representative of the people his
. . 'iu lie i uiiioi . j i , ... in. w "
opinion upon a great public measure, is a, Jnol ft, ,0 fts lUeYC is tt dol,ar l0 Bteftl( ;r
high tnisdeuiennor, and maks a man a 10 j, not kicked out as he ought to be."
Traitor; vea, iof to he in all essential imticu- ; 7, '. , ',
, ' , ,,. , .1 I ho Newark Krenwy Journal says ;
lars a so-called Lepubhean, and willing in, . . . . . . , ,i r
, , , ' , ' , , "Tl:e signatures obtaining to the Peace
the lansuiige of Senator Raker of Oregon, 1 ,10titioB te0 Con8re in this city number
lo "grant almost UNLIMITFD P0WF.lt! noll,iv or nuite '1 000 names. The petition-
to the President," is to l3 an enemy to;
tho Constitution, the Union, and the Gov
Now, it is an eay matter to cull hard
names, to make fulse accusal ion, to use
obscene language, nnd to act the black
guard generally, No brains ai'C required
to do these thincs. and nnv fool can thus'
make himself conspicuous. Iktt instead
of theso bald assertions, why are not so mo , other arms and ammunition, and can run like a
attempts mado, somo arguments used, 'I"jr-,
(oshow that such men ore wrong, and Aiihkstf.o. Arthur MnCruder, of Hagorstown,
,. was arrested In that place on Sunday last by the
support principles justifying the ppplica-'yedenX lroop, ttnd ftken t0 Uen. Patterson in
lion of EUC'll tcrmsf 77irj cannot do if.' Virginia. Charge unknown. Hoomloro (Mil.)
Tho men who are now charged with dis. OM frltr.
Im.i.Ii.. !, ntiiA .nana nut nf everv fpn I
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hire always been the real rie.uls of ll,e';o ' ,"r ,1. Confedorat. Slate, to tho
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t IlltJII, nilU Nil) nun I j iw oini invu .I'v..
last dollar and last drop of blood, in sup-.
port of any feasible. ta.iol plan for the
recln-nt nn n in nmn. 5 iir.V O l lem
Isrlievo that this GREAT END could be
secured, even now, through pcnccablo ef
foi Is ; but never can be by the sword
that the more fighting the more impossi
lie .will ii bo to 10 unit s our now distract
And who ore tlio oicn
who make tlicso '
charges! In as great a proportion they'
ore tho very men who i.ayo .ere o o. e
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'of tho Union : or .1. a if fioy thot ft
'.n..i,..in nf ,.,rtr,,io impossible-1
Constitution to pcd.i.on, than live in M-
'lowship with slave holders," said the Ah.
'nli.innU.,. -Let i.s keen slavery nnd
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cr of Iho Chicago Platform. "Iho South
nuiBUUiu Hint tint luuii, o v
more.' J on can t ktck her out ot the t won.
Up until six or eight months ago this
was tho language of Iho very men who are
now charging with disloyalty those who
wwe then, as now, stippcriingthoso sound
national principles under whose influence
alone can tbis Union be preserved.
"Someiiodv IIirt." According to
...t.;..i. n.;n i,ft ri,1 nnimio urn.
ccedings of the Centre nnd Pleasant Grove i
fuilbath (.') ScM celebration of tho late I
Anniversary, it will be seen that some
body has really been hurt by tho course i
,,f t10 l;,j,t,l!;can.
W'e hope to cure t liin j
f. llow by giving him a little more of thoj
"lame snake" that bit him. If he wants1
other consolation, ho mutt go else
If we felt at all iigriovcd by this asrault,
the fact that it occurred at a Celebration
of u Cltristiiin Sabbath School, and at which
not only tho Clear field JlcpMlean, but the
Christian Heligion, were alike denounced,
would be a sufficient bilm. Tho commit
tee, however, had tho prudence to with
hold from publication o'l the principal
toasts in fiivorof Tom 7'k nrand hi system
As to Iho Author of the toast, our con
tempt for him is too deep for utterance
The man that would thus palm his lies and
slanders upon a bit ol a boy shield Lim
self, as it were, behind that boy is too
mean pud cowardly to notice, ile ought
to wear the skin of a sheep a llaek one
S3)r We are accused of publishing 0
"Secession pnpcr,"a "sedieious sheet," as
a certain gentleman was pleasctl to term
it; and that no other community North
of Mason d'- Dixon's lino would permit
such sentiment to be made public, io.
To all these charges it is a sufficient ro
ply to say that our remarks are made to a
community, which wo think possess n".ore
than an ordin iry degreo of intelligence;
and if our arguments and reasoning are
false and unlennblo they can do no harm;
whereaF, if they aro sound, truthful and
patriotic, the ouieker they nro iriven to
the public tho better.
lititour object was to show our readers
that thoso charges, like most others now
made against Democrats ami Democratic
papers, ore false ; and that in the work of
exposing tlie wrongs of the present Ad
mii.'iatratiD 11, thcro ore other pnpeis that
speak out qtiito as boldly n wo do, and
hence that there are other communities
quite as rotten as this is :
It is stated that Montgomery, v ith four
hundred Kansas butchers has entered
Missouri. Desperadoes nnd murderer of
this stamp aro fit tools for Lincoln to car
ry out his despotic plans with. Ihi Ije
ynrt Farmer, (C'wm.)
The Portland Argus says of tho Presi
"It proposes nothing but the bayonet n
a healing for our troubles. This is its worst
characteristic. It is what we feared, ray,,
what we expected, after the events which
have transpired since the 4th of March"
Tho Argus adds:
''The only hope of tho country now is
with tho people, and they should givo
'.heir beet intelligence to the subject."
The Dover Gazette, New Hampshire,
"Peace is our motto, and tho stand
which we lake, meets, as we have ample
assurance, tho hearty response, not only
of the Democrats in ibis community, but
nlso of the conservative Kcpublic ins. Wo
would go for war it we could bo satisfied!
that it would bo the best course to pave'
tho Union. Hut civil war anil Union look
to us like the inrst horrid antagonism
perpetual, eternal alienation.
Tho Cincinnati Times (Republican) says:
"Tho conduct of Cameron U disgusting..
I hero is no honor 111 him, and no is dis
cracini the position he holds, lie ought
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ersask of Congress a cessation ofhoitilitios I
ni.d n snttlnment bv n, National Convention
ll' ll.n nnlrv'l iM I'll-1 1 1 1 1 II
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The Louisville Courier says :
" In all, three hundred and sixty thous
and troops thus far have otl'ered their ser
vices to tho Confederate StatcB."
K,.i Tnrn lir.lloAT- Tho first cun boat for
nnemtions aininst Carlo arrived at Memphis one
Usy last week. Tho Bulletin ssyi i she has sev-'
pml AS-nnunder irons on board, tngcthor with
Tkssksskc An net has been pnssod by tlio
T l.,.iilniiiriihmittinir the ncrmanent
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inn In Aiiisitsit navt
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r,.... n.i. ln,n.t In tha lliihiiimn II Am il.'
soribing property to bs sold at auction for pay-
mem oi ueunquem luxes.
I Dnowsr.n. Thres mea name Litnerck, liris-
n nnir mmiiu, ion-
coll and Paltorson were drowned la ths Harbor
of Boston by the upsetting of a boat. j
THE THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS.
Washington, July 10.
. l ne cetiaie nere proceeded lo cpscufs
enate hero proceeded to d'scors
Jolnt rtsolll on y0 , ucknowlu, g.ng all
I It ft ant a Sif I'i-lii I rtn I. I .lni.nl 11 i-l.i finff 1 A
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. Mrv llson ' ore 1 ' '?..Wlowis res-
m Ujrw wkmLH lUt nil tli ;
ets ol tha 1 resident, us set forth in h.s ,
le "n.at.on and menage, in suppress.!.;
feno.. uo ,k. ."y approveu to j
irai, ao tti uv r . it ijv mm UClT'l u
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i ' ;u"g i i riwminauona.
pone the consideration of tho bill.
Mr. McDougal, of California, seconded
nr.. v..,.wi . r...
A message here arrived from tho House
oi liepresenta.ives, announcing the pas
sage in that body of hill No. 115, entitled
!"" l l? pay the volunteer, and militia
employed n. the teivtce of the U. S. since
a Apiil, J801
Mr. I cssciuleii askca
Mr. Wilson said the
an 1 us he did not w ish
titno of tho Senato in
bill was simple,
to consume iho
the reading, ho
would cndeavoi to explain anything the
Senator from Maine wished to kno".
There weie now half a dozen military
time of the Senate wjuld not be uselessly
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engrossed, lteuding dispensed with
Mi. Saulsbuiy, of Iiclaware, said there
bill now before tho Senate which were
were many things connecteil with, the
unconstitutional r.i:d unjust, and which
he intended to refer to ut some future
Mr. Polk. It is my earnest desire .will.
tho ugicen.ent of Iho Senate, to have the
bill postponed until to-morrow.
Mr. Latham, of California. During my
ab.eneo tlio bill lioiv I.elnn. ihn Si-imte
I was brought nj). I wish to ruise n.y voice
naiiisl tho uneonstt 11(1011:1 it v nt 1 in 4t 1
section of tlio bill, referring to the writ of
j habeas corpus. Tho President has commit
I ted, in this instance, an uniustifiaUe oc-
l'on-. , 1 "L'r" " " ' '":esS1,y ,or suspen-
Mr. Hale hoped there might bo on in
crease both in ihe army and navy. There
wa, however, o great necessity for cau
tion in making incieascs. Nothing would
atibrd him greater satisfaction than to
vote for the bill now in consideration, but
ho saw no necessity for a standing army.
The volunteers from the North had gal
lantly rallied to tho icscuo of tho Union.
Mr. Wilson. --A regiment was raised in
Massachusetts and 011 their way to '.he
capiti I .1. less time than an ordinary com
pany of regulars could gel out of bar
racks. Mr. Halo. There are a sot of men in
this city I would light quicker than 1
would tho secessionist j. I mean those
vultures w ho seize emergencies like the
present to prey upon thf: public treasury.
Public enemies are much less to be feared
tlinn (also friends.
Mr. Kennedy, .f Md. 1 think, Mr.
l rcsmeni, mat the writ ol habras eoipus
has been suspended by Iho President
without necessity and without warrant.
lie has exercised a dan,;eious power
which noi cr belonged to him. It is use
less lo' attempt to coeivo the seceded
States ; force can never unite the Union.
I ask that the -1th und 5lh sections of the
bill be allowed to lie over for the prosent.
Mr. Duker said he wot, Id never sanction
peaeo, would never bo willing to losoa sin
gle acre of United States territory the
rebellion ought to be lough t to the death, war it upon us, but who his brought it up
thal ho would never bo willing that peace t on ns ? All this 1. .is transpired since the
should bo proclaimed until tho United
States army can march lively w heiever it
chooses, and whenever it may be neeessa-
ry ; that the death to bo apportioned to all
the loaders of the rebellion should be
doilhbythe hid tar. If the South was
willing to abandon their prtsenl designs
and lay down their arms, tho matter
would be there at an end. He was not
in favor ot compromises. Iho constitu-
Hon wns the only conpromisc which ho ns m character ; ond all tins has tranpir
would submit to. ed since the 4th of March last. The last
Mr. Kenr.edy.-The honorable Senator 1 Congress refused to pns cnercivo meas
Las used bitter language in reply to my
remarks. He (Mr. Kennedy ) was oppo-
Ked J.ii nnv endpnerir tn silitnin la1lrn ho
force. That hundio.U of thousands of
men on cither side oould never force u
peace. Tho measures of war now beina
j debated, if carried out, could never recon-
struct the Union. They might tight for
twenty years, and the breach would bo as
wide as ever. The Union can never bo
reconstructed by tLo sword. Tho lime
jwus when ho-ornblo compromises oould
have been made, but that time is now
'past. Thcro is little lo hope lor in any
He for one would be willing to mnka
any concessions that would place national
affairs on the footing they were one year
ago. He was not then prepared for any
discussion, but ho would ask tho honoraiCl1 ,in ttel. which 1 will read :
ble Senator from Massachusetts what rea
son there was to suspend tho writ of hab
Mr Wilson. The action of the armed
band ol conspirators in Jialt.moro; the
murderers w ho shot clown the Massnchti-
selli volunteer while on their way to
protect the national capital ; the exist!
once of a band of traitors ; this wus why!
General Scott was authorized to suspend
the writ ot habeas corpus. Ihere
blacker spot in the country than
more, where there u.e traitors who are
ready to commit murder or tiny other
crime. There has heon no worse place at
any time than Uallimore during (he last
Mr. Kennedy. I regret to say that
(here have been in Itullimore such secret
societies, but all danger from them has
bct, l0Ilg since over- a fact flttributablo
only to the excellent police force which
I formerly belonged to tho city.
) They arrested those of the mob who were;
known to be concerned in the allruy ot
the l'Jth of April, ond they were duly
punished. When tho unauthorized mob
sprang up, none were more zealous to put .
it down than the police authorities. The;
mob was not alone germane to Ihtltimorn,
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8UCU ? popu.ace were
showa in every large city. No one hnd
done more for the good of Ihe oily than a
certain gentlemtn who is ui
ft the military -UboriUesi
it. a lortof the;
Kane. No one
hnd more frocly exposed his life on the
19th f April to protect the soldiers than
Marshal Kano. lie was well awaro of the
su...i...i v i .mi
scnuuienis oi mhisuui .nnc,vna. i is .iu-
iations were with the bouth ; but ho was
in duly bound to ftand up ond I'o'cnd
him from t ho aspersions tint had boon
rust unnn hi el imicter.
police, Mr. Kennedy remarked, were op-
uniPil to him nolitieidlv : he hncl dnne all
posed to mm pou uc:
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their uuly in every instance. He was
Ming to leave it to the Massachusetts
A cres-debate now occurred between
.. Hule nnd Fcssendcn, on
,,lft ftllhlioi. ol- ,memi2 tho clatisa of
. , , re-'
inients wnuld b nskeU to curve, i hey
were nlonui.tctU v one or tho pi
Uocretorir of the l'reMdcnt, (Mr. Nicko -
(lay,) who nnroiinced several messages in tribute to bis sublimo courage. Necessi
! writing from tho President'. ty is the tyrant's plea, nnd has always
I Mr. Htiker rid torn ted that he would not been used for the down full of civil liberty.
'be in favor
of peace till tho proud Amen -
cun flag can go wherever it onco lloatcd, IIo has dared to declare martial law
and until every man, woman and child Jeomolhing utidefiiiublc, not known iu the
should look upon it with the proper rev Constitution. Tho neai est we can got to
erenco. Ho was in favor ol'o sharp, bold ja definition is,the will ol thomilitary coin
forward and decisivo movement until tho ( mander. Ai.oluar.d esteemed Krglish
war shall coa.e. Iiavonets are sharp nr jurist onco said that uinrtial law not only
I aliments, and we must usa them. He was
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fillet lUlieWHrtlH lllilt m.-jr iwum muiw
j to overrule tho South ; it coutuins a greut
jnnd deteniiined po-ple, who nre ot the
(belief thai they are right, nnd will fight
to the last ; but we tuny have to reduce
her to tho condition ot Iho 1 erntories, 1
and have to place over them Governors)
from Massachusetts and Illinois to control
then. W'e had bettor run the risk to
e1 a t'0fl",,.''! l'' ' ,.to heH
I J.et US 1'ilt. IIIIS nui llliuilll iu llic
p.H this war through to me etui
and conquer a permanent peace.
It m useless o hold tre,tiei with
Confederate States, if yon do so, jou will
always have to maintain a standing array.
W hen looml.s and Davis nre in exile, ties
rdsetl, then you will want nonrn.y. 1 am
ln favor of granting the President nlmost
(unlimited power to prosecute t lie .vnr.and
Jut the same lime hold him and his cabinet
Mr. Fessemlen. The bill snys that the
im my i,d navy shall be incieasc d without
limiiauon 10 time. 1 win. to Know n net 11
cr Iho army to be organized is to bo pern
mnnei.t or limited, and suggest the fol
lowing proviso ;
Provided, That nolhing'herein contained
shall bo so construed ns to permanently
increase the army and navy beyond the
force established by law, Mr. Wilson said
he was not in favor of a largo standing ar
my, but would willingly leave thut to be
settled ly a futuro Congress.
Mr. Kin'. I merely wish lo know
whether the Senate is in fuvorofa perma
nent standing army or not.
An unimportant technical debnlo ensu
ed on the proposition of Mr. Fcssemlen,
which was finally with .Iimwii by that gen
tleman. At two o'clock a messnyo was received
from tho House of Representatives pre
senting a bill for the collection of revenue
upon imports; and an engrossed bill for
the signature of Senators.
Mr, Latham moved that in tho bill un
der consideration the 4th section, refer
ring to tho suspension of the writ oT ki
ij corpus be stricken out- negitived.
The biil was read three limes and put
upon its passage, when Mr. Polk (Mo.,) 1
called lor the yens awl nay.
Mr- Polk said Mr. President, in cast
ing my vote against the bill now pending, ;
1 wish to give my reasons for so doing.
I consider the present warn
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been beforo known in its his-tory, anil
their equipment and maintenance corres
ponds in enormity to their numbers. A
adjournment of the hist Conpress. The
last Congrsss declared no war, neither
hiH this Congress .declared war. As
, many Statcswcre already out of tho Union
' before Congress adjourned as havo since
ono out, nnd yet no irnriiKe notion
taken towards tho seooded St.iles.
Tho constitution declares that Congre;R,
nhino shall declare war, yet we aro in the
midst of one ns monstrous in proportion
ures, and yet ive mm ourselves . in iiie
midst of Ibis horrible civil war. . The con
stitution H'as the grand achievement of
I tlie revolution.
Had it not resulted in
'consolidating the country it would havo
railed to accomplish the purpose lor
which it was constructed. Having the af
fection of the people, who everywhere
obeyed it, it has produced only continued
prosperity without a parallel in history.
Under such circumstances how should
we examine any thing but what is sanc
tioned by that constitution 1 cannot
voto for any thing which is an infringe. -merit
or. the constitution. Tlio rousiitu-
! Hon wns moclo lor war as well as peace ; it
I was intended for any emergency that
might occur in the future history of tho
, country. As early as 17'Jl), Congress pass-
"The United States shall guarantoe to
every State in this Union a republican
term oi government. on upnli-
' cation of tho executive thereof (when the
Legislature cannot tie convened) against
The President, tinder this law, called
forth, on the loth April, 75,000 men. In
what month or months were these men
neoded, or when was the President asked
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nun iwi-ipitincc i i no s. i ediiieni lias
not attempted to enforce llio laws. The
lnw nnnliea In inoioi.liinl. in Ki,.n. .wl
does not esv that nna Stale or mrn Ki.0.
shall rcluso the operation of certain law
in certain exigencies. 1 am free
that 1 belicvo that the President is now
attempting to carry on this war- us ho
has organized itunder false pretences.
The President in his proclamation de
termines himself the legality of his action
in calling out the militia, hut, Mr. Pros
ident, the President of the United States
is not to be the judue of the legality of his
own actions. 1 he President, on the 27th
; of April, blockaded the ports of North
Carolina and ncinia, the constitution
says : "No preference slnll be ivot. by
any regulr-tion of commerce or rcvenuo to
any regulr-tion of commerce or rcvenuo to
the ports of one State over those of ur.oth
er." Yet the President assumes thiil pow
er, which along belongs to Congress, and
: attempts to reguLle commerce
On tho 3d of May be issued a proclama.-!
lion culling lor 05,000 men for tho urmv
and 18,000 for the navy, an antrrecute of
83,000 men. Yet he is not justified iu so
j doing, and he admits this fuct when ho
, says he submits tho matter to Concress.
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( .uo iroii ioiii uas no ngnno suspena
the writ of habeas corpus, jot he has dared
civil nnd irrconsilatjo war. there nre;bv llu,orij!:ng .,,, !tr,.o...t ol
lo delegate (hot power to a military com-
ninndnnl. The King of Englond, moc-
nre i tnouc i lie i.e. couui notuoaucuuu
not do such tin
net without the consent of
The President hns indulged
in on argu-
mem. iviih necessity as im excuse, ncekini'
, , lis IU,, b,lti M Pl.csid(.nt we
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alone are tho judgeB of the correct nets of "TT?Y7' Ct (fYQ ! f
his official net. '! i!i AJUUJJO.J
Ti ere is now confined iu Foil McUcnry!
. lion, mo basilv trampled upon. There
1ms been a great outcry against Chief Jus-
tite Tniiev. hut I honor him for the com-
nueou nc.ion he has taken in the case of
. Mr. Jiei ijninn, fuirounuoa ns no whs ny
fclcliers' bayonets. While I honor him'
' for hw wge wisdom. 1 bog abo to ilron a
I I ho President has pone even further.
; destroyed inunc'pal law, but r.lso i lie
i.ti.lif txt" tirit-ntiA t , l-r. I ml' I v. 1 ti 1?(14 link
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Lord Chancellor ot lii.glnnd said thati
, martini law hmi not been known lor a;
' century, nor has it been known s'nee. j
I Yet tho President dares proclaim this!
The constitution was passed w.thoul a
bill of l ights, because of insiifiioient im-j
I tliority ; but so jcilous were they on this
I point, that amendments, that nmcntl-
: menis oi u.is naitiro 'vera naueu 10 me
I constitution, und 1 now ci 11 altw.tiot. to
the fourth amendment to the constitu
tion: "The right of the people to bo sccirod
in their persons, houses, papers and ef
fects, against unrcnsomtblo searches nnd
soiiuivs, shall not bo violated ; ond
no wniriiDts sliall issue, but on probable
cause, supported by out 1 1 or atlirmatio'i,
describing the pluco to bo searched and'
the persons or things to bo sci.od."
lu the ease of Merrj man und othors, in .
Fort Mcllenry, uud persons in u:y State;
mid I have heard that even in the case ot" j
my l'ormei collcaguo, (Mr. Greene,) tli:
President has caused lliis amendment to
be violated. Telegraphic dispatches, the !
private property of the ollices, have been i
seized, as 1 know by rev tint ioiis which
have been made in relation to Mr. liar-'
vey, the U. S. minister to Portugal. I
Nor has the Preidonta right to regulate'
commerce; yet since the loth ol April he 1
has closed llio perls ofthose Stales claim
cd to have seceded, and yet insists on
their still loi tning a part of the Union.
Mr. Wilson ihtn uevtd that
the bill lie over until to morrow, to
allow Mr. Pulk to continue his remarks.
The. Senate then took up the. House bill,
entitled "an act to collect the revenue oil
imi'or'.s," Ac. This is Ihe l'ircbill, which
Lad just been rushed through the House.
the bill, Mr. Saul-bury, ol";
s.iiu 111:11. lucre r.c.e out lew
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secessionists in his State, but tho people
were in favor of peace measures. His in
st met ions were of that purport, and bo
moved that -(M, l"11' be inserted instead of
.000, 00(1 men. This number, he said, was
sufficient' to protect the capital nnd all
tho loyal States from invasion, mid if
more than this number was required il.ey
could easily be obtained.
TI c amendment was dis-iirreed to.
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in iiiv tiildl 'iw.wi 111., il . Ill .1
;s.il I III 1 III 11, -I... i.l .r Stl'tl III Mill
Alter "oino other minor amendiiieiits the
hi. 1 was passed. At lillceu minutes p.vt
I five o'clock, tho Senate went into ox ecu
I i v s 1 session.
.?? 'I wcnty-llvc to .ily Dollars unit
expenses per month will bo paid by tho 1'riu
Sowing Jin eh lie Ciiuipiiny to their Agents, lor
selliiiK the Erie fc'cwing Machine. This is arrow
Alai'biue, nud so simple in its cuai'truction that a
child can Irani to opi rnlo it by hnlf nn hour's
j niriiiiiiniiii i- . -1 1 1 ,.F Ull, J M II. .IV DC 'I III 1
, iMaihii e In use, nnd ihcv take riie ereiniuiu over
City nnd one hundred dollar machines. Tho
j price is but l iliei n Bollma. The Company wi.-li
io oiiip.ny ngenis in tivory county in tno i mteii
Mates. Aitiliess, for particulars, An
M'uhiac (',. It
Ohio. ' ' '
J.tMrs, lien rrul Agent, Milan,
NEW GOODS! "
A FRESH ARRIVAL OF
Spriii tr Sc Summer Goods
AT Till-CIII'AP CASH STOKK..
I nin just receiving nnd opening a carefully
selected slock of Hpting and tumruer goods
.' ol almost every description,
A beouiit'ul assortment of Prints anil Bless
goods, of the newest uud latest Styles. Also u
grent variety of useful notions.
DRV-UOODS AND iNOTIO.N'S.
Huts nud Clips,
' Hoots and Shoes, a largo quantity,
v Jlurdware, Qi eenswaro,
Drugs nnd Medicines,
Oil uud Paints,
Carpel I Oil Cloths,
Fish, Sacon nnd Flour,
Mack pro) in 5 1 and ji barrels,
of tho best quality, nil of w hich will be eold nt
llio lowest cash or ready pay prices.
My old friends and Ihe fublic generally', aro
respectfully Invited to call.
tfnV. 11 III ,.!.!- ..r f, 1 l m, .
,' ... i. ah sinus ui oi.i.i tnn srinrovoil
.?r-0JS. It All kinds of fVf.l.Vand spprovod
I CUCXTlt Y MODCCE taken in cxchiinge
ClearfieM, June 2fl 1861. W.M, F. IRW1X.
U laws' Pl;ll! HIM i r-I.KAl), warranted, ground
to say ! oi' 'n 2a and 121 ll. cans, just rcocived
J .Unit fiirmnln II 1 1ITUU' I fl.-i? '
HA UTS WICKS.
entire cost for
TUITION in Iho
most popular aud successful COMMERCIAL
tCII00L in tha country. Upwards of Tw elve
I Htsminn young irfon, from twhsty-kiobt differ.
i,.i h..... i,....- r... i....: i
I within the past three yenrs, some of whoio have
been employed as BOdlw-KEEl'EHS at salaries
f $2000 00
; immediately ppon graduating, who knew nothing
... uuiiu, IIUIV Ul-UH CUUIIIDU Uf UUIIIICIlll IIOIV
ul Hi-counts when they eutorou the College.
JtsTT-Ministcr's sons half price,
Studonts enter at any timo, and review when
thnv titi.n a m k-illtnol nliarun
"ii" , nnii.it.. .Ail. .I.III.U,
For rnthlllS-UPS. KnAoimenR of PflninmiaSln nA
View of tho COLLEllE, enclose five letter stamps
io .iiiAiKia it f.MIlll,
ti .. i' i i
.uuyi7, oi, ly. j i nioiiurgn, ra.
fit 4 TT ri.T s7VTVri t
UliVlU Ul Jjlllijr J
NE W FIR Ml!
Grcnt Iiiiliiccincnts to'Purclinsors
W. SMITH & CO'S.
nK 1 '14 III'. I -4S1I X'THl? I'
Smith'! Ccrner, below Judge Lconard'i
Atplendld assortment of gcJ., selling to tult
the time, cou.iistjxg of
I'liuiJi, Lawm, Organdici,
PopUm, Barogof, Crepe do Paris,
Ginghams, Mu?lin, Chocks.
Hoop Skirts, IIuop Skirts, Hoop Skirt,
French Silk Ma-itillus, F. S. M.
Travelling DusteM, Baluionds,
Hosiery, Dross, Uirdo, Black Oaltorinr,
Trimming, Trimmings, Trimmings.
Fine Black Broad Cloth, Carsimerei,
Zephyrs, Zephyrs, Zipliyn,
fthakor, Shakers, Shakers.
Sugars, Coffee, Teas,
?picos, Salts, Sodas,
Mackerel, Mnckarel, SU.kerel,
Hi jo, Brooms,
Hoots it" Shoes, Boots Shoes,
Wall Paper, Wall Paper,
Carpeting, Curpeting, Carpditijf,
,11a Jail ar'icl'js usually kept in a country tinrt
will bo kept bora, as also nciny aot usually ktpt
bnt luueh neo ded, at greatly reduced prices.
And we feol oonrUont that all who will mike t
trial purcbuxo, will find it to their adranUgo to
continue as customers.
Also, a limited amount of County Criers waul
ed in exchange for goods,
July 10, 1801. tf.
U: S. CAVALRY RECKUITS.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, ABLKIiUfJ
1KD MEN, between the ukch of 13 ai;J
Vi, to outer the llnrd Kegnnent L. a. Cavalry.
Jlon vecuetuuiud to horses will bo given prefer
Each nmn will bo furnished by tho V. 8. a
gnuil horse and equipments, aiuplu clothing and
subsistence of tho best qua'ity.
The pay rnugrs Irom $12 tu $21 per nionltl.it.
eoriting to tlio rank 11 11 4 services of tho soldier,
and si toinplctu is the provision in ado by Iks
I RuverniiK'iit for ull his unnts that ho eau ssrs
I every cent ol his pay if ho elioos', leaving liiia
! .it the end of his enlistment Irani $S(lt) to $1,200.
j Attention is culled to tlio lad that tho guvtra
, ineiil huvo wisely commenced to promote ufliceu
I from tho ranks nnd advancement is tlmrefors
opened to nil who enlist F. DUBUK.
e:... 1 :
First Lieutenant Tssird Cavalry.
-Uvcitiiiing ir'tativii, ilamiou IIubm,
nrliold 1'., July 10.
llKAIlurAIITKRS, It. V. Corps, llAUUf-
111 110, June 20th,
(iKNKL'AL OK DHL'S, No. 0.
"I Hi: lOl.OMXS of Kejjiments of lbs
lleeervo Cures, will oncu a licciuiliiis:
lieu uvtvuus at tlie Jleaaquurlers ol tluir liei
111011 ti and exert thciusolvos to (ill nt tho curliest
t...;Mi. flnv tll.l niilnl-l.litrl l,i 1 1, n mrlm..
sircniit nutiii'iuia nv i.i..m.uai. vm; j r. 111, u.
1 1-. ......i ...!.! m ... .... ks.i . . . .
1 'a.luin, I Fii-tt Lieutenant, 1 Seuoml
i uu .'i iiui .1 iliixi. .'. i ill. . i . ii.- luiium I
! I 1 1 1 , i,,. ,,l 1 rl S, ..,1,1 J'i , i
Corporals, '1 M usii iaiiK.SU l'.iwites, I Win:-
oner. I'M ngregalti. ry or er oi
j Major tien. tJ.'A. McCALL.
II. J. Ilium. e. Lieut. Colonel,
' As&'t Adjutant lieiiornl,
i In pursuance of the above order the V'a.'liiuK
, ton Cadets Mill need TWEX'j 1-KUlU MEN to
' till their ranks to tho rcioiisito number. All per-
sous do-irous of enlisting nill cull upon tho uie
! dertiRiied ut Clearfield town Immedn.Udy. It it
hoped thut Iho young men of the dusty srt
r.';i'h to lm-et ti e call of their country in tims nf
danger. Tho "CAI'ETrf'' aro now fully equii-
pp una in actual service. A. -U. is .M 1 1 il, ,
June 1 0 ih, I'jul. Kceruiting Stigoanl.
IXJIMK I H ATOH'S M)ricr--I.etttri
(--rutittd to the undersigned uu the csliits f
ItOUKHT BFTLE1!, late of Lnivreuce ti
iiip, Clenr. eld county, deceased, nil persons in
debted lo said estate nro requested to make im
mediate pay men t, mill thoso huviiigclainis ngaiii't
tho t a mo Kill present them duly-authenticated for
settlement. W.M. WAL1.ACB,
Julv 1J. Ct. Adiu'r.
AM, hiilos, Macs-erei ani herring ff sals
low uibus.uiu . ii . F. Ill II IN.
Clearlie d, July 11th lit .
HAVE niudo a discovery of tlie uliiiml l
pei lM.ice to everv uiurried person of eithsr
ex, und will send tlio full particulars coiir'run
it to any one on receipt ofo stump to pay mr w
turu poatngc. Address
. IUI. J. II. MAUTl'.Lb,
spl 14 -ly. Alfred, Maiss.
moouk .1 F;rzwiL:it,
ITTliulesaln and Itelall ntei-rhalitSf
IT extensive dealers in timber, msrsd utci
ber and shingles. Also, doalers in finu' ss
graia, which will bo sold chenp for cash.
Dissolution of Ta tnership-
TlIE partnership heretofore existing brlww
the suhsoribors, under tho noino of W'siosr
if- HAQiiitTV, was dissolved this day y 'lu"
consent, and all porsnns having unscttien r
J counts with the samo, will como forward and ba
. 1 11 C Ul ClOSDU n H II RPlIini, 11 H 1 in llltiC 1 lll'l J
of, ton wl" conl'e a'r-
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A. IV. UKiUlli;
Lumber City, May 27, '01. 3t. '
Justice of the; tiertpf!
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attend rroinntlv ! nM husinpt cntntd to b
I ulliar.Liiriy f ,m r Ti sa 1 fl In. I'l.i "",
care, ile also informs tha ptihUe thut h krn
nnnBliinilu M tw.nst oi kl. .hnr. ti tynncru H
t uv. VIUVIK W I ' l Ul' O) UI IMIIS) mmi"---
lwhll. which hii will .oil nn rpisonable ti""1.
llnptninnt Rnlr1lsi ll;JL.s llnrllOil
April 4, 1881.
Important Notice. .
Th iinilnriilirma ll. hi.kli.lior nftko "tlr
flel'l Itepublicnn" tlikoi this method of callinSj
upon those who aro indebted to hiin, or to Mrl1
i ill or it- Ward for suhacrintioii. advertising or
j " , ' HlDlSD'
cing July 1857 and ending July I860, to rail i
inniliuful v sl inv nrl'm tn lliM Knrnilfrh of Cl'
nun ii.i'uiitiu uurinir in iiirun ihm. -
finl.l fiitii n...L satlUinntil Af fliM MtnC. thfH
Accounts mntt be tloed p. J. If. LAKK1MKR
ClearUold, December 12, 1800. tf.
ntV HI' Nofies i. heruhr clveu that H
I n t n, it is ii.iv uiiilr of Of
hnmpton, and also the Books of the late Dr. lies
,,IIAJU, 1M.V. BIBII .l,a ll'JUB. VI .. -- .
Lnnlna iir nnw In tliM nnaMAilsion of th.S0
ecriber tor immediate collection, anj all r,r,""
.j inlorested will picaie tsas notice
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ticarneiii, June r.i, looi.