I have said that at all times.
I have said as illustrations, that I do, not believe in the right of Illinois to interfere with the cranberry laws of Indiana, the, oyster laws of Virginia, or the liquor laws of Maine.
I have said these things over and over again, and I repeat them here as my sentiments.
How is it,ind shall rest in the belief that it is in the course of ultimate extinction, that I am in favor of Illinois going over and interfering with the cranberry laws of Indiana?
What can authorize him to draw any such inference?
I suppose there might be one thing that at least enabled him to draw such an inference that would not be truate of oppression and tyranny unequaled in the world.
He looks upon it as being an exceedingly little thing — only equal to the question of the cranberry laws of Indiana--as something having no moral question in it — as something on a par with the question of whether a man shall pasture his land with, cattle, or plant it with toba