The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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tie of \ y days
'; '" ,?, :- p-wttrtit :eucrJ of > be fcik> n as conclusive, the ju'liriiu-nt whieh the j jlennte i .l l jvas and nays uun; the filll x> bo f.ttm.i in the n.Tessional: T j!>riry.) he sij s : | or us r.xrntihfj, t T < : ; of the < -Weii.My ; : p3 *:ige of whir-h IMS been taken aiL I cntrr4 l '* ry Hepi'rt'
J4; ;.b!>; "" v ,M i in L"hrii 2 me tlnir chon-c rt-ijuired by the! OnKi.utiim t4. crci iM.-, ati-1 the jiiurnals, and \\h'eh luis IK-HI ;.lwPn 1'id' evf r any one har of volts having a negalirejanlity I their dieut could no way be n-ganled. beause their And baa tjct-n re> gniri-J in i' :ia*vivaria! X w
: '"' '"; ?? Owtr.to wipj.'y tlie vs .'lneh eunin't be waived without a violation by the the fiovenmr approvetl by tLe ( ? Supfxi on Mr. L.'s being propuM-J, a nuniKT -I voting f>r a jH-r i it
'", ,M, ?,.' r of the terra for"i-'tiiber of their oath of oTn-c, wnuM in fil"-t Lave The or ic-pissed: if disapproves! by him. of electors had cried cut. No Could a negttircf iSP1gJ vtfj fur aw'riio.'a >
1T' pr'<" ..-.Mrt. c the fievl'd.e4'i ir.HHia Thtf number of votes t ,vn r-ijriH-d t** another! tribunal) ; and! thi! !au <- ..fie Florida conclusion, there! beins is, that at be coitfiilt-rnl as voting lliLIca'liii parllamotitarr practice of tlaountry
a of ill
majority .
''V ,iL'who- tinned in prtunlr; that'' <.V ii>;i'ution, Ml for as j ii relates t mail could vote a1iL1t M in c-niCirmity with the pnuciples and doctri'ic ..

1'' ; 1. miJ Uwa u! 4tvja! *, would b j practically &brogutcd and j'rcM-nt, and c mffcqnei.tly a I x-c, of voting: agalttst a person but voting/or some another but by"voting Lr &oMLfeoi>r itsc. SC) that, j ia England TLtre be occasional prevaiiia
,:...., : tlitOiwtit U< fl .i t e.- competent quoium, ana a f that may exceptims -
4 J by niajoiity d> ther!
''' Ull/'J. quorum ; and if a unmSer of lectors inlj-ht: pat a neswie -I on the wLole.'le considered these fourtwa votes as lint whtre they
c-crar they cither
th I P are t be
"i .veil an eleevion for oih :e. having concurred in the) hoiveIf the I traced
.: 'i ". it, wa thf 'try' o? the General'' The clause abov qnrfrsl m-1 -n1y vests a prh1hge, nomination: he was duly fleeted Senator candidate in t upon a candidate in uch a manner, they might i ilong away, and ef no inure avail than if they Lad n-'t '! to a local statute or result fruzx ign.raace of th
? .? *( tnts the i ; a seat in J'arlumtT.t vote-Jat alL"Iii 1.tv and
eep vacant u-S Intig as they ekctLn.s.The
the Jt4fl cmiijik'tx-, lilll at jjrohoribis-a t'fu, 'o 4ai-h I H J4)us4. f judged"lee-I ItE1 i -inskver blank ninde practice .
i, iu icvlais'a by twenty-nine iinil.r'* upon ,le.ised 'vhrn-l-y thy m'ul.t d--privo not their the ease uf th* Khrs.. Foxcroft t 2 Burrows 1kports. .
It in the ; two highest & of
? etinci tribunal oiy cree'
or for the! pnTliarntmtary
qp4eiiItt.J .
> the
,1: f-w n *'- aout j cr-! j cull t.f their should I praeteo
proJi !
< !
acui'it :
( ed
T n-ar defeatj j f
< as 1 ))17. the
eilow-elcetors. {jet
tnt the <
the Sxte. of assis-tauce of Wtre ss lUsws Li tlos the
l *LIe. h3ur.t4ie1ou of 4-ach IJ.IUMin sudi a : country are Scniit and House cf .
t" .1:1! urwirei ; 1 twenty-nine othtr& who de-cUrcd a nembpr." e The office of t. wn ccrk! iu ? er.tatift-s
e3dUiVt. The) 111 Nottingham b-ng vacant. the
"' fflHicshJBeof the eleiilora. i jKiwer cannot, xviihotit turpiUu.L choice.Tlie. composing Ct/cgress of the Uutci
., ,. .n itujowi J eZeldttMi I tlu-r !It i is in: nl! rre cf tlocti 'n, tie bimsn anJe.mir.ls- the 3! ivor. AL'enucit and Cosunon Concri'iiu-ii conI States.
J'. t\ ,- .'i. n- the hid"'"laaJ Midleautj l y the :J1 L iu UK by ease any uf a Jx-nator til.utmi-by a State I>gieilutv record f-bows that under the order ethic two 1 inJied law of the land, grounded upon the clearestirinciples I vcned to elect one The whole htnuLer ef the Is'dv! Itt the Senate, tLe 54th! rale is in the foLiwnwc'rjs
V i!., tU.i! ltaly eifl! t4t vindicate j or by anvajen> >rllur H > joint [
v State ofiic-i-rs ia the meeting on : if f reason nail comnmti sense, that if the votes to vote W.-H 'nty-fivc. Twt ntv-oiie risseiiiblerL :
t : ;.i'n.l' I Ijnre fd 4 6tat -, iwi tie ri htl"i ffi s by anv xjuutmauoe, Jirtt-tiyor a Representative in-lm limit 10. a tLiy t-pt-eificd to exec:.ite the duty of electing 3 Senatur. ;ivt-n to one can li.ue! are null and vii.l, they cannut | A quorum Icing> present, Thomas Soagrave was Ia tie! appointment of tlw standing commftteco.
"VX"'J' voted for me, by asserting ctly, to j A candidate was iio-nir.atcd. No .
: : $ oilier candi in
Ii nonimtion and
tlieKeiu opp-isi-d to the rotes given t" another 4-anJidate. put no person was put in nomuiatiou the Senate \iil ballot
'' ?!r oust ive an.l tl2r44E.1Ljur1jelin! of cadi date prwed by severally to
.. r.r..tlie tribunal kirnatwl bv' appoint
: i > < u loiwe. Nor can either 1 lr | the chairman cf each committee, and then tr
h.eli legally rclin-
: I'lIt9l J tatt. uur i, thirteen than one
j more the majority of a voted nil., jim TLe twelve others refuse.
a.uhor qsiorim; a t As th 'y Lave, on the one h.in.l, no KKitivetiality : tc vote. Eleven of ballot, the other members
truasler direct [ to
: :; u.i, mv4ifciBg tJie riiht juJyuieut.: j I f hy or indirect cleans, thispriv-! for him. The rest b nn* twenty-nine in number, isltrred to n.i.l them fileJ a written rotc.-t against thy tlecti. lie necessary complete this
dimiaish have > n. same and
,' Th1v t '.#e and duty tu judge of lie eleetiuas '' tt> or K<> they, on the j ; a majority nfthe v&ote mai&er
..i'.i'-l that t!1u ottirtft ia tif the LvjtJaj j 01 i tribunal his Uiany aiateiJthir the word blank,'' when caVed to vote, and signified .thor luii!.!. no negfitivv otic: to subtract or let>tri>y.- Mayor tletlared Seagravc elected, and an Ldirrr.atii.nwta shall be necessary t-> the choke of chslnuui nfvActffivsn

? ,r, t'ii.. u"uk in t-onformky; with what I i dufj-1< be ftillyJicrcisel.a .privilege to be protected ; no choice for any other jiersoa Uuii the caaiiilate !:oh WHS the .K-t'T.nin.'iiion of the House of Comniunsn : ; filed ia the Court of Kin 's Beach in bvL'ilf of the a standing c-jnuoittee." a of

|,; i r, \r> .1 by the Coustitatian auJ Laws..11 It is The in nomination.The the MaMcn onJ Ilrj:: electiims. *' Kir.g, to out him. The court tuiauinio'.wly gniaiued Yet blank votes are in
ritrni and the never regarded the
.' Sle'and govtrwiwaf ttie *Wtioa ;' ,UN case tu review duty, tlLtfl, < f thi; Senate in plain! common-sense view of ihe ease Ie, that a It mny lter.8 4-H! t.) remark hi r'. thnt the law cs'in the. electi.->n of Seagrsve. Lord ilut field, Ch. J., said: in dttenaioia. the result of ail elt-ctiuu iuJcr Senate tLatrule.
thejuilg'uectof the
:'l' iw 'ii n-ipflrj aad
being stated d-niot
c r oi the ITfida !!*! by Ulack'st'Mic wtis rei4 disputed Ly Mr are present v.ite at .
?; ,'? 1 ; !1. hat from mistake or oversight v i'eiity-iine: tnciuUi&Ltrgihla'ure VLO ; ar.d if the choice of the but one candidate and no one efe-e receiving any vote* tlw tlV Vilkes or any of ?his jiport.-rs.; On the cor.trary. i itis alL they virtual!/ acquiesce o the elect!: a made by Ia the House of Representatives tie
: iit. The da'.y $ >'i nn ii tcd for the ciiuJidatc inJiniiuitixii uitist him. l he judgnifnt of
a could tliose
-.in >ndpn ttt UiIdi was cntitlod not be otherwise than eU ttvd.To : cspresijy a do. I tLe body as to the right law cf the case u emlodTe
on tfiat nnunt, tie! l<*e int| iT- to ben-tjicetAil as an election, tike a fami&ir! inxtauev which! the Justice
Iflt e' iirii'm and a ptr'oi least j il i a speech in the House of Commoas upon t.e! sameubject AVilaift rcferrefl, in the opinion lie expressed i En an express rule.
11*>iwl ft *l to **n i fr"1 tot. nl tlic li ht ot protect their nominee their lawful the privi1i.e of choice, criciiccd| in i'li} ctiunt( would iin.1 no difficulty: in deei.lirig 81: said : i in this eos4'f to the C03C3 of the King r. Withers, Iii!., The 1 III rule of the House of Representative* is in.
to cfiicc.Va : Siipp-we in jui election for a county offiecr A *' I thiwberea 8 Gco. IL, and the Qaeca vs. IJoseowen I'osc. 13 I tLe "
\ >, tu-ii! lli-' candidate iu ,1 am ready t> admit clear legal inca- slowing words : In nfl other eases of boIIoS.
which the law is noiuiu.ti the
I n4 hi is the onlv candidate and
-1\ supreme. ( person canva&Jiig the
|r. upon jiolUit I than fr
aciiv exist, all umnattee9
ited vote given to Ann.Tlie a tht
a incapacitatedre
ria. '$ WiLL ; IWII in the JK I.I.'J lor) elccti-J or not HJMIU the vote beibre set forth T is foun j there are /ne hundred fr A and hundred person ease of the Withers which ituyority of rote rr>tt>t
,,liuli t i.t I If the todyttCmg one ; I thrown away if tliev! are knowing!) given to him.2 .*' King r? wa.* det-Med shall be necessary to an election ; end x>here tLcre
., '" v. A H the authiirhy of ncrnniert. j was eoniiet'-it| ti eLet 1 if he was blank ballots ; would any one doubt, even in Ur. S-iwte by the King's Gncli while Lori Hanlnicke v s Chief ihall n't be ueb
12S. the a the
tile ; p. (In Cong. Jjbniry.) rnaj.rity en firt Latkt tL
CJoar-tiiut'nm ,
1.111,1; ; .*'i '''"i*. i irive4 fj-wni tliat *-HJanJ' J f eligible for the office, and if the States whore a majority of all votes given is required And in the Abinglon Justice. L- this rt-listed by Blackstone : I Shall be ,
election trial before repented unt
*ti-.T* given tor him case, on a nnsjriy he t.btainei
tIJIUU a to it. No Departv' (he being the only pcmm voted for an election that A was elected 1 Or. This j5f.rmnttjon in the ;
rr< 41. $ srpK{ s>e A j ic cornuiittec of the House of < Tommona the counsel waa sa nature f f n yowrraiito iti1 in all baikting hiariks shall reeted
r v.'o-o bUiick'iut wt and
H T. 'J,i ,.;t.Aii: in the diniinunity j is above j fur election, M itliuut doubt he was & R were candidates, and it was found there were ijittil; it as a known and (Viet. against c'ceVither.", fir takia njK n him the I taken inthe count in th: eM.uxurn.lhn not
i .._ due u <..,.... ..n * : tCd to the first one hundred votes fur A, fifty vote* for I It. and two I ? rule thai votes for an iitehoribhpcrftm! arc to be 4 ffiee *if one of the capital lnirges'St-3 of W. It appear i reported by the ttiUtrs."

I J'he ;tqr :: Ao9IY I bdtVd. dI14- Th pun, last two points no question is raised.! hundred blanks. Tin-re would be more Wanks than in wu away and con.trd into heiyt ed, tu fcLovriiig tuiyttitat by the ancient usage 4f the The coaicaou-law rule elections. Las been
the acquiescence,
1'. dWi ra lJi'ir tuchii material poist in the ease, namely : the combined votes of both can .I-Jat would amount ; Tiiii priiu'ipli in all the! d. bistd the Midlesex ; borough, \vkniever there was a vacancy of a cnpital I in tLis country up.Q two iiBjmrtaiit and applfed
i the : on irabI
; Mi the tirintnttj'es ortbt I %-otes given tor luraf sufficient for election .' to, jet no out-would hcfeitaU*to divide that A was elect election burgess the JLiycr ha'l a right nominate two persons XXKZIOT&, in the election of the meni< The WAS AE'/ESl QCESTiO.NE OX EITi'EHII.K. LijjLcst officer of tlw
I) .t I S44'U iP whk4l it beets my I .' Confutation of the lUiited >tates dirceu. the j ed. These caws, which any inspector ota }1411i!! would I .*' out 4>f whk-h two persons, arid n> other. theM w- ]r'edtral Govcrncaeiit.

: : iuliefaaU'vf theCkui- 'latorsoa: "each fctate to be "chuscu ty the Lvn- dispose of at a glance, arc but tlic parallels of the casein Peterwlorff in his of or and Cares34 ch-se one to fill the vacancr. The On the oceasi.zi i of the tlection of Presi.I
Iu lure thrt jf Iigest, says, FpcaklDg votes a ?at by the
,. : La%' ..ftet4t.:. hand. ti. defcii lost, V/ithvrs, airl anther were nominated by [[(.use if IeIsreseutntjve, ;., ISO

4, .Ji"tlin!
,-1' ; Tjit Ml;Uuiii I p5;)*ointd by my P4utte. FirS ( Uite. It is a department >f its internal i is easy to be tried by the law applicable to the ipaoitated, the election will IKS person vi.il.- had five votes, and the lht r person nominated by the C!eetien by the rpular note tsftbe nix
Twhtvl Slat vait-h invest g*.vcrnnltnt. Tfce couBtitvtion cjj' tile Su.tc is the law neeesjcirily j jiUt ii LaJ but t vzs re-
-1,1 "H "f ilie **. case. ivor cne. But tlwre were fix other burgesses S olved by the lloase as J IloW3
tlierc >
if bu
another :
1(1( trro* n4 duty fju4trnentin th-0'{ | its tt4Ue& V.'uen, lliercfore, the choice of rkn- Every >erson is know can luvinj a minority j wLo insisted to vote aad did I cot f I
i..i: w1: i j presumed to the law. Leg- f vot'-n, it i..1 whether in i irnseqiit'Uee >r a person aitn That the f d! >wiatrolc>9 be t.ervCII iv the thcee
"'wr frt very important question, a
I H. ,' !' .rt! f t tli.: srov 4'1Ifl113t cKWW 'hed for thl.n. ; a j.alc; is c.ii/itietl! to tie legislature! islatnr-. are 4a.j ecially to be pr mmed to know it it of the of the former the decir >aii.L-tted by the Mavor. The iir, Li/wever, re- > tie! I!Imssf: 4>f Iepreecntaf! of a Preskteat

.,. l\u, of FkiThla.and the jttmdictitMi H "creo}. the prwii.'n i ref-is to thnt body as fashioned is, then to be considered that every pcrnou concerned are to be called! ineaptMity to ri consider their, choice j ji j ftt-ed to take the {iu1I I'T tie jH-rsf-n not n-wiinatetl by Il.in. tntd Atat-s, wJu-rt- term is to oa tie oftL 4t!, a

.. .S i. tatun! i HHUHI < f die Stiite su lar as it art* U1 tJieconbtituUoii 4f die State, and acting aee(irdin in the election intended by his vote, or act, precisely whether upspa ; The court held that the sis votes f>r the person d LIT of 3Lireh next," ta
Cl:i they ta be the latcr
the are represented by j jfiieing '
law ,
1ij'Z the deh atwi U'UKt. jt"T" 4if u ercatkw. Acting othtTwihe, it is with- what the low inters froin not tioiuiuated by the thrown "
:}a: i' oi : it : that he meant it to have the next the !l and in Mayor were away, and 6tk Ia halls.tiag the fllwin mrstie sBaHbeobed
> reality to be ; -
? wh.tlh nJ l abnvc it th. authority of tlie State, aud is not the li"kLi- tie efiVel whieh Upon [ on that tswiilati.si1 discharged the rule."
f.i liey
j P.-U. t I''J! ina< an< iLt.fr> very the law would attach to It. carded as frt, by retijof the nullity of the fran- to wit : The fl.prentative .f the respective

n :th!i :IL' "!' i"'i'w" '5l< ri nrtveiiaracteT. Allsoch The Any attempt to go behind the record and the law c'!i-4.s ci ven V> the other candidate. It will seem that The ca-c .f iJcsjina vs. I5 sc<>'waQ is thir state"v State"Ldl be so scateJ, that the dek attrti cf eacliitate

I 1h&rL; Tin: $ ttK1MACV ewjistituti'in r.f Florida, increatinga Legislative! to imjuire or to infer, after the election, th; (articular it latter proposition is that which! constitutes the law the counsel ia the case of Taylor vs. ILiyor, &c. "f shall I* ti cther. The Representttircs ef each
lji OF TJtK STATEit- the purtiiient, ordains that "a flhiljarit of each House motives or meaning of the ; Rith. It was cited to the court from uotef i State shall in
..L ( c.T T it<>\ *%'i > ) : voters would be im-jruiar! ic.-ws where the misapplica.ioa: of the franchise a iir. the fir't iustaneo. baIl. t amorc tlieci-
if which cwbwk ia th- ia!!! eonstivat" a jBuruai to do bu&imtw.'' and fraught with the by 1. e.argi : elves ?
c. inonftr
It .; MI --t. n 'i j most miichivoiu e :isi- |'icnc'i'8.1 I ii>ii elttors is wilful an'l therefore made in their -8 toa.wrtab the votes of the State
,u uni.r. cii u as a | 'Hi t t4u.! And 1 rfiall j Tin.elmice" of a Senator i is made a jart of the buiui -' You might as well after a poll is e1scd! give ton vo'e | 'itiny. bat tint it is,eonfim-d to such The own ** UoM.-0-vran and dnc R..T crt3 liada -h ten rotes at | a nlit shall be allowed, xvLf re tlcmed neces Lv'ie ;
eas -s. arv
-,. i' I 11m biun i it, with u > other puquw. j ji : > of tie! Lilaiuru by the Constitution of the for A the effect ofa sIte fir 1 15, and ag.iiu >t A, Usa tim| whereSy to decide whether the en- the election of a H'orgrss for the corr ratioii >f Trun ; j t! delegation, tf natnc .r.e n more of" the

: be tellers tf the taB Isrsons,ts. After the

;.u,; LI.U.U, in .'tb tHcral hearing, tou dmand To do that as to do an} othr*' btnipiiis,'' the prf-J give to a blank vote any 4>th< r 4-ir.x-t titan the law atIpi j whether! the fact charter, Parker, CL J, held that the votes that were v ote of es-h State is ascertained, duplicates thereof'Iaii
i" oerta'ning or n.st f
/ -u' eli ice of a majority of*an& House i isinde HUilit-u-nt bye | tached to it wh-n given;, because the voter afterwards sI'squahithiition of the candidate <> intlijjibilityr given fir luui were throvn awav- and the other duly I IcIe.tesj" be made ; and L-i ease the votes ef the State Tw

I i.ii" i--tn-1! it i irettn1 IA ynL,1* 1eq1EiU tI c< UPtitutii>n of tin- Stale which,! creattd and estabicd ia conjectured to have impt-d!: en'iiethaig: eta.'. ki to th'-m." was saGjicntlynmvn 'mne person then the name of that pers.n shall ba

n.j.i ',!: L if b'! gflut44J upon w1tok is' uaix.r. ;! the l>' 'fiiature. A ijui-rum lH-ing prtftci't a What th'-n' ; ib tlie common law and tiurcf.irc! Use *' That fmnchis'-s so "iven aler Filch notice In th< ease of Rrx vs. Hawkin*, lOEast'. Reps. 210. rrittt-n oa ea-h r.fthe duplicates ; and in ease the lolts

: .ii>
jvxti.Li.il h..vc pwpar'd upn *Iz ubjct. l4 j of the cMnoion law. to d!, aJJ busia<%fcs Bjipr pri- for f>vr.a"r in the Florida I egislature 1 away Saltaiirl tvrctity-two votes were given fsr Ilawkin- "dw-r s>kdl I* writtea oa each duplicate
\ i-in not only in kit in and the
parliamentary ofnfysy
W ith cordial d'oli ja!*.' to the boy.! The coneurrem-c. then,of a n.ajo-ity: I The! law is stated with precision in the following ca 4t cases I(w'tt) 'tva.s d.eidt-d to be dLqualifiitL) and tithten f.r lid duplicates shall be deptsitcd in the
in of liw. Nor does manner Lere-
a; courts there
yuIr it1w chtz'ii, a quorum iu the Florida LegitJature, in a positive clans.L., to be found in one of the ingSu-st autltorHor t this rule appear[ S'tr. Lord Liicnbragb, giving the opinion of the fter preMribetl. ia boses to be provided"

D. L. YULEC. 'cpreasion of will, is all-sufficient in th' abwnce of opiutai 1 the Law of iilecUous- ilule on Ek-etion.-j'p. lOt) and (i ;c?i>Ic1)tcity b| any t-xecption in the candidate to has,been unless made wlu-re cndtr notice eir-of court, decided that SIicer Was eeeted, anti so tiecreed. By the Csnstitntisin of the United States the crm-

tJ tiuikf a law. choose a Senator, or do any 101. JIesav : I Ct irrc-nce of a majority of the States

n Slihtr ( tIe? 1Tnir4 SMZe*, lay the lier delegated buwn-ss, in tintranfaction of which a j jivatr Occtioii a choice by th' major part t>f those I "i'Maaee8calcu.ite the electors! founda.jif
I ii'prens was no legal
(.'"i'ia.!' Afrnlttuf! f'Utrida, for the term com- number i is nolfccifjc.'illy required by th? Scale ; wlio hate a right 1CI Choose, and who extrrife that j ., ..r its seprort. Thf fallowing! decisions have the f tin.I was confirmed, thwi seWing by >OTH? tk'rty-fivp !)&n.ttinfr the vote stood, SrJtfsoa -

?P'fteu7E4t JtfirrJ IfciJ *'* ustitut;
*quire a ffreati-r nainUr than a ziLjoritvofa < ent from tie choice I ; Ii.t'porti.) tt sx> Sttes-Marvbi "
jnnnintd of lie
( MI :iif tSili 11: y Jannitry 1K1die: twe Honecs t d.'p the > larjrcr number, is easy 1 l9!>: I Lu.l., 4.M ; 3* J..arn.. l 1.%, 21.:% 415, OS1> ; I IiAj In tLe ei-e r-f O nrvrvTOeu__ f- -
buine& of choosing a St-nator than to determine the .. hose Lad been cast forr Jtfitrscanl
t'tes thr'nghert
C i .iir j i. i u.i 4uct! tifty-t-'iplit Si-iiahir* ar.il j jn' r law. t-'eeiioa. by the. view.. S iJ there., br >J., : A *:*.. .."..r.'TV .'' I the rue as iu the 4-a-e .} Iurer tt, tlie rep-aitr tacsipves '
rpa inga -j 'a &r Burr. On the ixtli ballot
'. i'.i r,.' !' injr in-i-Kt r.t ffifty-itiai'l '' jrti ? to- j 'ftut LK144W <4tiit>tiica Hinetcro Senators ana | p.mert. there can be no duubt who is the pi-rwui dieted oi'ject 4.f n itiiv."uiy; Mile, "is to bring the! law j jnd the action of the Khig's bench : I a': >ur tLirty-- ,
LV i V. h 1 1U(1'; U'1t1L otv i .. T'tf v'mle court The t-lecliin is clearly i JLtooL "wo.* elftof'?, the llanrland Inresentatjre3!
as immediateWthin
i i : ) apjKan uy ely meinbefK of AsM-uiUlj Of cursc ten iu t'te Sen1 1 tli<,uit M>ine, or eiui the largir part of the ck-c- *;ict oi'tlw iucattieity| v f th- eati'Iulatt: ayrttd.
.' ." S. i'' t In m in;? jMH? .N4> j4iee : I ,if ami twenty-one in the Howwe i* cottipftent } co ttIrl. d' not t1V*, their voiw*'.'* 1%: the knowledge an-I observation of the t-K-c- TiC eleven pn
L. /f( t'f J >iir mil of tit Central A.tmWy fr.MHC u inetw." A e< BewiTefc, UH-II of tila in the Senate eta nlK-rf, in his woi k on the TJIW: and Practice 'r and thereby to make the'i aware of the misj.pIkition f'r n d!i>idy.ci PULl not put au.-gative upoa the only man T vote of the State was tLer rprn declared tbr Jef.
'' ft rs'io. If the for blank vot* s were tn be retarded
V r t J3t Jay ofJanuar 1S1.lr. ltd devi in th s IJoaBCis toftident. a quorum bcinffrturtit of Eifeli: .UH, states the rule a< ioljowfi of their vote ; aier whiali. if they jt-rslbt inmisiippHuitinr. put iu Hoiianatioa.vif .

: : \ Mihan. I P! and ia the absence J'legiUiaaUojiK itiun. to j jf Wluu w an election A ei.uiee by the major i'4 they dv it of their own wrung. \ ; >_w. j_ cited authority to show that wLere a fl s negaivtng aid nputraliziiig the faur vetes fr Jtfrsoit. -
loss their I f the vote cf the State, und r the rule, -wouldecessarily
i :4.lv of th. who! haves rkrht ( rityvotes. do notiJiy, bat intrely dissent,they *
1 \ iin "I' !;,rc.4-.msirtin4 ofMeffiri5.Miltou. < a qti Htiojj ; t. hi joint meeting, a 'ItUrEtftCe tfwstceu part t.-e o ct ii:C'lthc- cons.q-.h-nt > ii have been reported til titled.'' Yt, Lea-
I .liaw, was iitiintd| } V wait upr n vot*, which! iu that ease is a majority of a that right."-(Sim. 1 >V< ; Male l' 0. | o'intary act.*'-Male on Eictio, 171.tiie rx\ the thn the
and others. ti as eonteht was >tyb'>tt nntrv. iw t a
.I .
is In the s'f dariilge r* Evelyn
,.. Now sis a mtjor: of those who h-id a right tu \ evidence that the common !law <>f elections case
.' ..i ihl-i-iii; tkit h-.Hty uf thf ruadinew of j qi. a rum. purl | dfjllows subt was ever heard of the correctness of tfie dtcio-
ehoaw and who 4-xcrc.iwd that rglit voted for the i I- the elementary writers, is furn- (iiimwcll and Alderbe-u's Ilj, 81,) the facts were as
i. '-- i.> ji H .J t ) 4hc t-leclioii f Uniii-4 f'-l tes Tlw nnmber present in tho joint meetinsonthisocfitiioa j //t is KUiUd to by i k In.

,.- i -i i r 4fffM-ift!, ec *)liiig to resolution I, ; being a quoru.H UIJK-II-JU for hw.tIcs1. at'd noItt4,1 ; candidate nominated, aud as the rent refrained the ex- it! J bv repeated du-isions of the Court 4.f King'sJtiieb"in : iir. Jefferson writing t Mr. Jladtson, fern "Wiu-L-
i btK-n otluT than ile } ereite of their right ami declined to a V11.C which it H de-elan.d to be the law by tie The office t>f Clerk of Court of Requests being va-
i for
: :' <>'ti'' i by the two lloa *. having xiven any JH-IWWI expnus ii i:igt4'n, immediately aft r tae result, ia a letter dated
the commissioners of the court proceeded to an i
Ac M ,,, ''iu<
,.> "! ".... riady iii a fvw tiaiiutcb IM proceed tiurri'n HX sixteen votes here the mntu-r miirlit lie r *ted. lint tile sul-jctt lvj j <;:/3cf.lu-.tcc! Lee, Ch. .1. 1'arW, Lord Mansfield. eIk'Cti.IIL Crow and Clai i'lge Were the fclect bvtheppittitc jl .. The Maryland FeUraists says put in fnir LEnS
'. .si. I n.r i".. f %,'oull have 'tt-en sufli ient f >r his t'leetVin. i ing iatereming and worthy of thoroutiu examination, i j f jM'd iu'i.yoti, Lord Hklon. Lord iUIcnlwrough, and I IJi The nonaget Crow The was votestood-to Cr .w87 ; >r ClariAe 'V rLieh made the pfeitive ticket of their colleagues the

.. .. rt4 tlie lla'J, and the Prt' idcct, t Nor .ss the dreiuru unce tla: the Constitution aalMir. j will pursue the iuqairj- as to the legal cfit t of the | (, J. Abbott part'y. the conanL-w-i to IK ute of the State."
declared 'iier3
.. :. : !., f-'jH.-akT, tuu1 tluchair.! t! ** the manner of hiding ch-cliiMJS" Iii be prociibi blank votes, j The case Tvl"f v*. the Mayor and Aldermen of 44.fleeted Crovr sad was returned by, aiiiitted, and acte-i :is clerkClr.ni'1e Ou the *cai>n of the election of Prerilt-nt in 1S2 1,

'; .' !'n h..i< (,; h.: conclusion The j The common law, m before stated, forcislies tLc f ith. .Irc.IctI in tie! Com t of King's Bench, 15 George was the befjre the Kings's Ikiieli. of a i similar dectionwas made ia the New York Leg5s-

.:i.j auU tLat the *'letdiun iur tjitmtw vvafc I,glslatur.--: in prescribing the ** Zflhfl'1" must conjt j rule by which the election is to l-e trefd. I I. (toni leftr13 177n(;,) prcs--n folly the state of the broujtut the tlije Abbutt cii-e CLi. Jutsst Xun-i I ature, whereby Ur. Adorns vras thrown iat the

,, 11.r. 'iu in the retarictions imptwed by its eliartHr. The j jiny The evidence of the common law is in the j juJicial I IIeCitioIJs 1e Dmiaon law as applicable to all tlfetir-ns. It i" the wLicb- was ut tlici ted to, b*> a tiisq'oaluie-atioD.was anti the court. | 1witLout 1 louse of liepresentatircs sctMud on the list <>f caatS*
M j wa ftdl&flML4 David L Yolec for thai warrant of its ex'nw as a Lejiifclatare i in the| j jawtitylion of the et urlj-. J ,,ore d.-sirvingtobe r'gardt-d n* coccUiive of ug divl-ion, d.t-rte.l that Clari>lge vra3 elected j itori L-itea instead s f lowest as he would j.r. t i!>rjr 4 thT-
that nioaldcJ its b.-ing i.nJ c.-u <-rrcd ii* Whether an elector withholds his vote, or protests he hw frwn the lad stated in 3 Luders, iind :
j j Ljineut fr him to be admitted to the oSee. ,vise Lave been, ia wlii-h event it w cot liLcIv' torirould
S "" .. f-i -. .. sj1i1 fucw C aptities. It: cannot Icgitiinatvly? make any law or Jmy against the cls! c-lion of a stated ciindiiliite or vo'.es for a ::4. that the Fife election: ca>e in the House of gave jaJ the4aIiie Lave been '-'ected by the House.
Other eav iu the Engli> e urts, ret-ignizinc
; .r Vin _8it9telr.> Pr41ent Mem a act iiieimuftcnt with th<' pr-wri tionhofthStetej a p-"miti not in e$#*, or votes fIr a jw-rson known to i fb Join :lois proce ed upon; the doctrine tubi.bicd: iuaal priiiil;-?, might be cited, but it is use-k-s to ac-> The thirty-six IVt-siJeutiol tlectcrs tr Yew Ycrfcsere

: ', ...I .j.ili-j:; IlKiuti uf llJH>:l>.>njn h. F" *>nn UtHtJun and violatixv
t heref the Stale 4ituti. d clari that understood to be Ite is considered as intending i lacts h the case were us fo.iws!! : I/ the char-
M.uiuli, Mowly l\riy, ainTayli r r> eon u a msijorty eon eligible Tbv which these doeici-Ts of the courts furnish na to the i '.Ie ofelectircr as prescribed by the laws of tie
.- '. /; ,- _M r !!(wrs : Each H.nsc"vasta nonatateois

'.'" ,. v.ii::itu.I1iwo1b.. Fiubty.n.tIawes1 j t he fx-gWiitcrp cannot, walinut deiwrture frtjin tl.c Uv.- ( the t3]'cis-ioti of thus'- who have arid express a choice I f\lili> Mavor.* Eccordvr, Ald4-mit-n aad Gixiut Coua- j Lh ParliaaiKu. j i many persons as vrer. t> be elected ; after \flia

,, ..* .' ,. ..lttMV.\ ,1* j) s, Kcn- for an .1ii.iIe! ) OlSlIfl. And this i i' the case even culj.re imenoR! THE M.WOU ran o? THEM THEX rac&CNT. j I As Lr bock as 1531, riTe tlutn a century l' fure s t iiev: were to meet together, arid if tie II. ues tad

... :MJ.'I < ;':..n, HuiMt, Sun.Uey, Jstwdc, TaI ure, i/r .f' uuy otiu C' ie tentJing any of its ** hoI the number vlto, thu witlihold or throw away j 1lliejr [lie 51 iv(.r aa-1 tvr ity-' 've'i (uiakkig aii agijregate of! the 4th of July, 177i>, (and doubtless a search will i iuiueli lot'eoucurretl in tl.eir nominations, the necessary nanjvr 5

Ithi! '.V'.. .:-.- 5< TotaS, iU. *lin.-t." he constitution of the State is the higlnt-t v'.t'-s, constitute a majority of the elective OMCRI-1 1by. ntvilt eVct-T-.j! ) li.-hi'ra-K-n.l cl for this purTavlT show earUe-r coses.) C.>ain sby was rtjccted, and j I of electors was tt> be eLosvn from person* named

Jii\\;. -&iata Mis i. Aurtm, Aviw HflMlir *,jseru<+fl of legif-l.--.Uve w.li ia thi- Suite, and \'hcn thtjmt.nr Th-- only: mo.!c defeating the election oboe j |* $*. Kirg and KiulIon vrrr pmjHiaed as can- ] Use i1C3t Oil poll seated upon the prinuple fisted b | n one or 4itLer of the lists. Each It>u.
lt.L Criiwtunl, Fiaiky McMIIt4t di, iAIk.u in which any di-partitM nt shall! cxcrcitc a povv- eligible candidate w by voting for another who is ehgibU" ]lutcp.. 15 *t Ri.rg Ijebig neither niab.bit.uaisIrf.tee-! deeLil'l1 See Lckbter contested election case. And ]I n pr.-ceeflli; w a vote it npp yrd -

likrt.T, oz perlorni a duty i is j jhcriU by it, tint prcscrip- or suppcsi-d to be so. t ji nan. w tLe- t-L-rti-r required- w- s i-(ibjected_ j.agai ot as had a in 1T15: in the eoi.tcsted election betweea Strgesiit I i ii < I that seven (Craw>rd I and j Clay men) Imd reetirci Iiinctvfive

Ri > u. 1wutU, JJr iwa, liryatit, Ie guiwii, ti. jon rrcMdjbi die uliiimuiitid jor.jsioui.t: 1igi3atve |; This was the tonimoa bw of Digland prior to th-- j t] l' L'i4 tsrnutn :i Comyiii mUlti Sir. TuiTaelL where Coriiyna had *_'15 ; i votes, and that CT twecty-Sve Adams et-c-
r j i.' ". ll-i n-. Lwj.iri Lm Matlr .MaxSUne 1 viIi of the C4Hianuiit\! and qanad the puujecl of 4th I'ti< cfitabiibhcd the judicial and ].4 voteiTat.r 13. :1111 Kiigtoa 1. 1'uylerxs.svtd there
; r, preiption. July as by ofliec. The defend- ; votes, and fuIelI! 16$, tlw sanie rule V'c's applied, I U: >rs wire etty-eiirLt Vf-U-s. f >r tweuty-Svoi
Mt CL $c0; Turner and U the ax-enuon which made the coas'.itutinn. > parliamentary decisions England, and confirmed by z btfl ti, be a'Lutted to tie anti it cppeariug that the ilixj'ialiSeati.'ii of Conmia 'inwfrtl electors sevt-nTv-eix. and three black! vUes.

Tutit3, I r supreme and luialaiiKnt.il law i ii."Uie J.cgiblature." !I the juiiciul amt l )parliamentary! decisions of this count a-U rttrltI l1slLjt4Z !i. the that if I was uotitit-d to the electors, J>- was rejected and TuiT- The Journal of the New Y .rh senate f T 1821, p.ICO .

1 .pj tI lu cafe of Urn '4e Iw Presiding OScer 1t 1 n l t far, then, a* the cotit-lhuUou of the State prccjitieB -j try, I2III! is consistent with reason, common sense, and .Vt the tml L- ". Cii.the Jtlireete.elek-ton.!had notice jury, of ISr'Vnu'it ; nell seate.1 after stating the raanber 4>f votes yiveu -.r each

\: tin.UH *.!, uut a njajority of all the uiouiiUi ': a manner of jiroeu'diug for the ba-ineiat" ofhe 1 a just jsiev. t hey w.-rr s it5-ScJtht! L.hIUhl! liadjcaU8e f.r the Itialatiff To sLow the undi'vLiting 4ourof decb-iotut in this candidate, states that three baJU/t were blanks, havtiijT -

l% v. .1. tiiim* ) %Vlb niwi arjto maluait t Legislature, ineiuJiug the busiin. of choosing a The ticuitntary v.Titeri state the hw as follows : i.f qtialiSeati.li, they tbe eowiiiltr-; line, I will give a IL-t t-f ca.-s iavjlving the sains 1 neither of the r-imes 4.n the two ILis 03 tLem," Ac.Jeneral .

ter wa no -kvtion. If he i-m-d ?Senator, it i is obligator and concluMvu upon that icatuieut. ** Afu an election has been projn.rly propueed, whoever j I 1it'' wit being In qualities 1 the, was voting fur Lim a principle, v Licit have fallen imd .r my eye, rtzuiin ( 1usst, who was'pn-'i- Iin;? at tLe. roeitinj,

t --,- ,,.m, *w fc. 3wd to V tins cr*e, and if j ; ( I.at> a majority of thos who \'ote, the assembly j 4,j as a rcrMiii IK t rw th., an who tilt vote fir Lini from the earliest {wriod-j down ta 1S33 : 1 1I and who was the leader ..f the Cmwfurd jsaity ia the
t" tapt"* iegai electiuii, and a lawful choice, i For ;.ii instance : In most of die States (fin Florida b.-iii: MiHieit-tst, is elecU-d, although a najority 4if the ; i ne'e n-Jllitv ; asul{ v; cousoatiag to the e- I Gordon 4-jt-cted und Jtnuistoiie, the next enseated. LecbLture. subnaitted tiC qnestien t. the A-ouilIy

; *** mWuW u du-krt.'d at the time; ud not *iniotig tile n-rt) it is j>n cnhi-d by their constitution*, tntiranscmbly altogetlwr al ',Um fiom voting ; because erc to ljecon.-reJ" as virtually .-1 LuJcr on Elections, vrhicli cites Gd Joum, if the fweuTj-five Adams elector were or nut elected,
'''VJ'.J*"' *"* iliv the SenJi''fa' kit ia all di tion the Legtshtnre the vouxdml! i their safficn. to constitute the 4 leetive 11( $14 in ( f'I'SN br. LLs iuclinativin be
., ?* to fMvr>vstUv UI t ;;:: ; (; : : tte*nrutlan' l* '""1111 "tni' ri j'lt' jUI- 1,e tak'n r/ixi rocc ;'' and ia Minie, iw ia Georgia, it 1 holy, end if they -gleet to vote, it i i' tln-ir owl Malt, I II rj"h. jt2 IL n eouiiM-l l'r Bigg, moved the (lentTai Slit lie ejected, and Henderson the text on .
iliig a
I* l"t' <""nl"laHBu., ramatiiin wan K-iray)! dioi i sdireeud that all ek-ctionn by the ijer.end AtueiuJy I land shiII! not invalidate the act 4>f t'ie otheri>, but IM.- ; > \ f.jot i.fa"f ..,airttli. poll, wutad.-1 Ludcr, -155. JJ7 J >iinu, 5CO, 56LOiiglf The Assembly dissolved before comin;; to n decis

: ',?U.-.K tl.c.;jv, ,.,.,,??...., .gI4 ...the nta y ( 1C5 vote) rejected, and Ork-bur ((240 votes) ion. Ou the next day (ICth Xijvember) the SEX ATE;

I l ': ,in Tic S.jfcatur ckct. Tlii' l m'ur 411 the t *Tone, that this pr ripuon of the wanm-r" could ity "f tto.--! who do vote. And such en election in 1 ..n jury U'W though not qwdified, yet Taylor seate-d. b 1727-8. after debate, passed a resolution, by a vnte cf Twi,rrrSEVES a

1 'IJiL ''j si wa then oucluacd and jibhiwuBc jot be legally deputed tniu by the Ix-guJature hi the1t'etion valid, though) the majotity of thofce whose prcHetiee is j I In4ci'wary votiu* f.sr l duly ;
b to .- of Senator. I the 4 lection i (i.. ,,, :; .iny lvgituuato I a to as cuilily, proteetiigaaifct any elted iiLlCl't IK- elected by the majority :nixwr, and
',' zia. y tuciI < 'I lie law of corporations i is in tcpng with this view. I at that time, or even the &'Itetioii of the ludit idual who i L-vt-rv IKT:*' He ud.nine.1 tlU if the luakirity liudit L. it; 1'. of 1'2eti', !IO ; iS ikiutli., 6Th, S. He.iolveJ (ns the Sea c of the Senate) That the,

: of CJ rf 4iwtioe ttrntaJl, in the case *' A corporation by charter cannot nuk l'y-Iaw a inru -I has the majority of \otes ; the only inanii. r in whieh I II tutu prt& li&iI been duly tecteJ; liofati.-. Cotkernsiiutb ease ; WiioiIwert1i L ti 1' of Elee, f.>Howuu-iuuiietl persons, twit : [nairiin seven} having

; '"" uMs.. m, I Cr. fl., JC2 and I 8-7, ii : >is>tent with the iiiU-nUwi. or cuaut urLcting the iirectiwn they can prevent Lis election is by votiz fur sonic (,tIiI j i ier vofc-d at all Taylor Tor vhere rsuns kn e a. ruhtto' ; See ido a iiuiubcr 4>f siniiLir cas cited in Rogers received niiu-ty-five v..tes oa the joint ballot of the

ir :.uI. puiut. tptaktug 4I1 the cxvrI i r of their tharur."-(Itcx t. Ciubufcli Uurr., I ijUaliJinl IKTSOII."-(Angell and Ames on Corp. py.'i silence gm-s will e-.tisent.waive thai ryU i and not vote a ad. 1* it;. 1", tiOU '10,11/12.: Blsh (455 votes) rejected, and Senate und Asseuibly. that being a majority of ell the

.. V. !' !."* "?', "! ? !JW4:*. by tiie President, lie wayn: :2 0.) I ; (Jov4! r 4.11 llun. C ;rp., -2i ; ilcock on .iuIl. i vote, and c-m.-tiwtive cii: s fit. Hut here IMijii pht-iisou ('J3 votes) trusted.-Rogers L. & 1*. 2.O'Dwyer p .r3! ns A'oting; aid' that the f.l.u4)t jag uoin-d persons,

"rau j ?fl rti4. uhk, za the wiU ui thu Cx- All) by-laws mnde by corporations; must IMJ ootisisti Corp., 21G.) The ]l1resa:1iaiClh1 U, that all the uitinbtr 'that autits t
t t i' !i iiiouiu :janee H hkh oU]$ktt> hix u- Kt wuh, and ubordiuate to, their fou. tituUuu Iyiihart&t.11o present who oh! erve tilt nee, wlu-u a tjuettion is :, ir.tv voted that amoants; to tat txprt-ss ncy.itne a- votes) 'eated.-Knap J t Ooiblt-r's Elcctiuii Cosew, enty-t-ight votes, that U-m a itntjtrity of the tlynif"caitt

r,1 of "" t"'lrn' bt.eaw.t Lthe ml is at BJiy time bUu w. JU-x, [jj Iu l>rorJ 2 Lro. 1' C., put, concur w ith the majority of those who aetuilly j''ii.ut'I yet fir they lad no other way ..f vetiug 211. vrfts given m the s :iil 1 j kt: bsdlot. exrlud'ity

n I..T"n1 i; 4I' ll" CtlItIflithtuU may bo arrctted, ilt1U \<>te ; that is, if :the tinii be ;put audibly and ilia- t i itinc'tJy. I Lint vl'*hut; I'V gi L1 thCli VUttS f.r auitlcr ; and O'Connor ((16.10 votes) rejected and LongSdd ((1027 thrte Siuar ta.'lot tn>t cnuhlnl, l c and the same are

:' Uttw lu-ti tla- officer s nut lowiova'Jff ) Jf die original constitution empower a Us number .'*-t( Angell and Ames 4111 Corp 4GO.( ) j itdwtt clecte his want Of ( votes) touted Ib. SOI. Cork county. hereby eirf>iJ Td duly loumiAted and appointed electors

a : tjlr Ki iitive.0it.ailiiitneat[ is nut rcI I Lhan a majority 'of the whole it-nly to do a certain act, I If votes are gi\eii to a candidate uho it. not tligible Lsiiig Taylor io/.wt. who had nut the niajoritv, iLtetyu ((02 vutt5)) rejiicted, being a miner, and t'f I'rniJtlt aa.1 \ ice President otf the United

; .aud, j1 awiIFt1. IL hucIkiI'Ud leA ,-and a by-law be made rtuiri1Ig'a majority for the validity -I it it* the R-une as if they were giteii to a dead man: cannot guc the th-etion a **i vt-i.l;"' IH Mo," le. LL>vd ((150 votes-) 6e tea-1 1'tt-k. 52S, qu. ted iu States fcr iLLs State : and tint the Scw.te, if tl.e Assembly

c4 "{ Leh' t'ltut"j! bv rctsujiit-J. The 4" of Kjch an act, the by-law isod.."-(\Vilcock and the law cutiVidcrs tlum as tltrown away, or not but !makes cvntnt, ei'utvn'IeJ, tAUt as lig! ? was not: Word's L. .t 11 i.f Eletx. 217/lti.! ; llhikLire .ise. concur therein, \vill meet the hurojnlAeAssemiby

*> f Lxcamxwt.ibtftxeruiiwHl: 3 Until tLe npp',intmt'Jtt given at all, anJ will give the"scat to the next 4>u the Lloyd, *suitl the t'kctiir had't.ti'C of it, it was Uw Julia Baker and SJoaiuel Sawbrid dismissed for ia the Assembly Chrmnbr at twelve

r* "c*" l"a'1'iiut' having 4 ace ma-lc ti ? app< utj j I 1ut this view of the question is not innU rial, !be- \ i\V\ -(llcynood, Cast* in Elections, 531, quoted in fjualiiiid,if tLe T'ns wLo vi.ted t'r lum Lad u-.t yoil -, bribt-rv. They were again canJiAitts aad tltcted.iir. .- o'el.stk tLL; (lay. to. ntt.k.te the appuintaient.of .

".' l"m'T "VtT the i iiv is tenuinau4 i ia all caj j cause the maancr" prcheiihcd by the l-gisLiture is lUgr' I., and 1*. of D-ctioiis.) same as and i t-nequiutly were \irtu llv c.>nsentiiy Hipp* and Sir John Iloneywootl (next oil pull,) the rciitiniig fir electjrs not ajipotateti by the

Wjth., T law the 2kj T w tIt remavtUe! by him. lu fact consistent with the State constitution. '. lithe assembly le duly convened, and the majority (< a eli-etion jJl, of Tavl..rn an he proceeded to adduet stitt "d.-Male on Elections, 5f yet-Urduy."

,, "** ** the liitw w tif a iu the p
I In lias IH.! alj oiuie., luimiudojuwi) jKiwxT ofacci't ecch: an election! U that which dwiai-es the cnnjtyII I I iiot <]u .llied, thtirotcs arc thrown away, and the the autlioritv fI't.jws on pull) beated. Let>juiister coe ; Corb. uid J.i..n. j sembly, ww* cxiicurrtd iu by a vt/te of jets 117,

e u zi1e an appointttl nature down tb the 4tli day of July, 17TG, to be "ol di.Mjuar.fied. is duly elect -d."-(\Vilcoek on Mua.Corjioiations. Clu"/Justice Page Cliajil that thu ww a right verdict ; for. iu See alat> a Ittiy uVt of siuiiLur ejises iu Cliamlit-rsV: Ou the ame day, and bef're the Senate rest.lution

/. I'' I. IK ti.nec-d! hw wLulf jtowtr, aud htk dw- force m the State," sd1 lar as they arc not 1eoInistcntit1i I i(5!! ( (jlovcron 51un.Corpi ration,22i.) the iK-rtor who -voted f-r Digg had n*.tie< Law and Praetitv of Elections, 218, under Lead of had reached the} Asseruby, the Speukt made a report

3, \ vt <>f the pre-ceedutirs 4>f the jt>tnt mettiaji: upon which
&i : &1Ieet w11 i PzIkL and the acts ot ttic! flMn-ral Ahbembly of the State.ThoiiipMj'i's .-. of the Middlesex election in 17G'J(; tays : that was l Let voted iM'geiively thatTa'lc'r t ifrowi aieay.TLe ." j iir. Ifiwsaier flFtn-d a rvsjlutiuu that tlrfit-e on the

: n a liW ni>j jiutu>wit uuiy be inineJiztIy ( :Digest i of the laws of Florida ch. C, p "In all casts election by a innjority of votes, wav. And tJiould supjK not>ae lie they elected, hw tlectiou l.y thtJlir <. common hvw 4>f electlnw as declared by the ticktt fit electors who Lad severty-fijjLt votes and up-| .

i.nd th,. rtfit* of the ofThvr ar terathiated.-|1 2 1.) Tliw, of course, iiitroduecd into lorce by btatuto- whercvtr the caudiJate f
m Ji'-f IT AieA AOJ txiited, cannot le made nt c- j ry proviaion, the tfommon law of elections as cxibtinj I giv<'n appears[ ] to have been, 8t tlit' time of the t1eetiiii, ) and v-'lnn they (III vote fur a person no L courts t>f tLi country. 117 yeas. 7 nav .

r11 Aute rx.tffcrf. tinaj'Kiutiiit ut cunnol IHJ unuilu ill KitgUiid prior to 4th July, 1770 ; and us no act hat,I under a krwiwn legal itusipaeity, the pfrson who hud negatiVe ;it i is th. same thing ns if they had given n., The 5th pec. of 4 art 1st part, of the constitution of Tie two Houses again assembled, and elected four

uau4 ; aid, -jtinc-qneutJy, if the nffiwr ia by law hot bvm patfe-d b} the (Jeiieral Absembly providing aIls the next greatest number of Antes ought to be considered (quolififd all an.1 in that ea.eit is not distiutt-d but w- Maine prescribes that Ikpreseiitati iu the Legislature Cniwtenl electoi'S, U> complete the ticket.

jx-b''. at tht- will uf ihw IVefcidim. the lights he I I'L difierciif manner" 4jf jn-oi-eediiig in the 4'lection of u. a tLe |M.Ts..n duly elected. And this, as a gtn- vote at wi'uld; lave been a constructive cunsent" A'evtiid shall retch, iu order to elect, "a majority f tite It will be se n tlut 4 ut i-f one hundred antI fifty-

.u1a .equrt..t: az | rut :Ual by the Uw, aad arc not re- nator, the i-o-nmon law (uu
aitaety il l-nanlcnt." I ncr pr ribed by the ly-giskture." And the common And again : The charge of Chief Justice Lee to the jury. in th.case .1' Upon the occasion' of n contested election in thv any time exprt setl their dissent to the j-jk'gmt-nt ct axo

A Seoatir not beta;; ri'UiovaWe by the Legiblature, law lurmonizes WIth the state ifltitUtitZi. "As the electors who give no vote at all, have no of Taylor WL Mayor and Aldermen of Lath, is Urn House of lleprescntatives of tout State, a question to by the Legisliituie. and uj
wiijii-c, onci- made, i is an cxUting fa--t, deUTintntd ** The geneitl luleis, that to make a quorum of Jedwt I power 4>f excluding any candidate for whom other rejwrted l by Baiclstoim iu the book heretofore rtferret I was fcubmitted, by order of the House, t4> the Supreme : the {Waea c of thc Sm.te resolution, tii

I 7" e %tflraiiJ, cauMult? annihilated r avoided at and defluito l ody of inca, |H scting the powcit. r t-U-ctors do vole, so those w ho pive their votes for a Judicial Court, \ hich decided tl-xt "lallots having dissentients weie ree-'rded.?*

wffltif the Jy wlature, whether that will bo ex- elect, a majority, at least, mut-t be present ; ant I person whom they know to be by law incapable are to. He says the:hole .f this Lord Cli. J. Lee, one o i f the names t-f IRTSOIIS 4>a tht-m who do n"t p'ssess the This atnosit unanimous decUioii WHS made aft ra

prNed! tv a decision of the I'rtalding! OfSser a tubi i then a majority (1 f the quorum may decide."-(Ki t to beconbikKred exactly (Ill the tunic footing as if they Upon cautious tint, ever i.resi.J.-.lm acourl:, constitutional qualiiicatii n* 4>f a representative eoiu-o: a ciH.lintime eta tlay- after full iilateai, ki ru

'uent dectiuu of another person, 4* iu any other parteV>leoc-k 7 Cowwi II., 4'J.() ) The court cites i gave no >ote at all. Not to give any vote, to 4leclare tie most Judges held iu the highest esteem I, be 4ountd as votes, under th-- 5th see of 4 art ja t A.-stmby! in which the two parties, about t-qv llv di

*$ ito dihcrciiou will have been uuuijtlL-tcly qpflt4 l 2 Kyd on Corp 1M s 1 ib., 4Jl 411 ; Cowp., 538. I vote for noljcJy. or to vote for the Great Alogul, und wlxe f juJijincub ilinitioa are t. the jury : That if the;I' 1, of the C4>ittituti 'n, *-> atj prevent a majority off vided, were arrayed agauutvacL other ina iL t kat-

Mtie canca* sr as alepal majority Lavo eoiicnj-red | *' A majority 44" a aifiuite numU-r must be prcHc-nt; must undoubtedly Lave the same effect" cave the satisSed.llovriog tiLe t-lect..n had xt.mtoe *>* &** want tlUiil1fl4.itio5h1 the vote given for eligible! IKTSOIIS Cfiiatitutiiy a eJ and bittermitv t. iu'ulving ail tUcucb b. the Lith-

jh'wc*, and it reniaiuk thtulUi the rit-nate to j and then a majority of the quorum mayKuit' decide." (:- were the thirteen votts fo clJiw.-7 iLuiie Heps, 4'J7. est4/iHce ra tie Government. I fart, it j, eiticit
44 The of the courts flaw in such coses ia that thou r
practice 4> Higg,
J'-ge ; thg ( ei&g a dertivu daid the Gum. 3. < from the result of the vote for the
tu vtLer
1eI ) Bccms not to be dixputed ; they Lave by repeated Jc- i'a'kr, were to be l.nltil U1w'fl aS sufficient to deLi- The d.x-truie of the cases < f OWknow r.t."Wain wrvjLt, eUvei elce.I ,

Ln th Tills hI l tin fetateincut of the common law. Tlti cibious established thu priuciple." mine the ele tion in his fciu.r : and he tAJ the jurtk.t V Rex vs. Foxcroft, te, is disJintly and tlirtftly recog-
fwt O( detion ii, itte, the Sonrtau. then, iK-cama the statute law of the State, and wan i imandatary if they thought the fuiuUui had v"tetl fur a JH.Juii niiwl and confirmed in the Mipreroe Cniiirt of 3Ias ay *Nn-The pati'ikrs tf this elent
i 'sre d
Ljh% Iluutie ouly tolall oi. ti be uUoiialtiibuiud, lor dcc'iKoii. prescription of f the manner" of electing,, At p! ge 109, of a work* puLlidied by him on the tf/'flfl thry knrur to be WKjualifieJ at the time tli.e r ri chusctts.-Fir&t Parish ia Sadlary ri. Steams, 21 rivet front NIL.s's Regi$. r. oh 27.prem p I 93, tc
TISE JL'iHiE vulitled The Election a4
Case of the
OF TJJE U.EO which could only bo repealed or altered by a statuu C game eubject, late Ic cwtldcrcJ ihroin '
T10S rtturaB tad usHcatioia i voted for hlwt; tU.r vo'< :ntai aa r* Iletci"g'B llejwrta. t Jourziis tLc ew 1* r LagiiLre
of iu eitr." of Aiiidlescx! &C. the Author of '
own m passed i ia accordance with tlio funus directed ia Un for the Cvuaty by



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*. !! :: rvju; rrrr '-

t't\wt! lhe A.hM par.y wa* in a miaontj- the t. r jrn'ftff r.Jifttt ?C ctttue tide enJ dutegitf s to the Baltimore Onventi' n to eonUeimft : e sLive lav. This i* the course of the VTl.is paitJ j I aaJ we duly honor him for w doing, but still we ttiak Athens

c ijwlaturo.Thi J bcl( ani if they nesloetto veto, ii w their own fault a National Fiv.tfrin anJ noir.rute National cauj* j ia every: : Xcrtlicm State, without one ti"a, Oa, *a man of his ncknowleJged ability woulJ l-s dcdJedly I In the Tock
CAM rren+* itrnng prtw rhc b't* tin.! hat tm*. iuvali-Lite th net i Athena Banner owe the

htvrnZ ; of peraiii" n' t'fclitr bl" were rogarJ u.' i ui a eiit to tUe! dt'UvJiina :! of tii in.ijor-I ilates p! f vl t-> iiisiiitain arid t st-iko tLo L-s'-e t f' the othor L&rul. a !large unmlxr cf XcitLcrn Democrats. bdUr ifLe were net s thoroughly a Ufrtc-K>itr; ia the find n denial, 20th nit!
by the
; :' LtttM. n-i 1 a Ua'ik vote o a nudity.; i i itvf; ( :t'.o' L- who do vuv." 'Anjell nud A'ne* un the Uniu i f, ()fl the sLuat ef Utit : tvi vutesl CT tie Coa-.pron.W measures and nudatabed, hwgaige cf Gen. CoIL u Le declared himself! and thelfwhole editor, Mr' HoJ

Num.-rou nth.T cte: of a unilur mtur-. ee'uring rpftt ; ( !ovtr !uiid Cuti'ii 22Vt; { : Utt it haU Li.', i's it rurporti t- e, a t-; tt JtU ilK-.cu nutiutaintii the Ti-ictervciti.'a 0-JCtrino I ? Tiig party of the "Ncrthera nal cJJJlci that Mr. Toomb, i hi: !hj U famons J.Milledgeville .

n tli S'ate L 'i-ldturj* nJ uh-r! ol f tnx lv lic cock ca Men. Corp'ne. 21&lit > tltI"(7t ( T ) : i e.rcj JtUoil. Ifthi ( i ''SUre noted t
.lL1it aJvracotl rather saij
; bj Gea. Cisa ij LJJ celebrate! Mobc-Ucn i j jt' to be, b 18t b his AbbgJon f the ,
]'ar% com to uw ktwwle-Jo, t I Uiiak it Midlcieritto I the ewe cfthc Commonwealth rt. Green 1ITboritinV no hta-uiii j
.1 rotVr t< these'great lt uJ.ig! tnst nc4'i. whicn. tr4tu lps, pp. 5 w, 531. (z owinj out <.f the ; car L.ng r. .'_('. ) It the rr.cc ('I a WCL U 2C t': !letter, pub'Jih-j.1 pri ir to Use k-t IVeaJcDtial election. i j Speech. Oa:: that cceoswa, speaking f f Mr. Van Boj, j Georgiawould not send delegates

., their nat tmiinportauee! \ W ru likely to iuducecanfalrcxarch dirisw53 f f Uw i'rebythrcn Clturcb! known as New 1 1cuJ Afrioui cn.iH'ijv.i-'n tljoubnit the S.-utli! And this jK-sition thy still maintain, anJ \re rejoice to |jre:;. position, ujvja the fuaousBuSklo pMfcu' t of the Nathnal Conventions. :0 *
I.', 0:1 J dolilx-ratc fowiJc''at.r.a. {j Old Sd.oi-1.)-Justice I'igtr'e rcharge. the :jury as I i 1 add that u sf .te Stt&-ir.r.stIvr.tiz iicJ! >n, IntiLtEa |; Mr. Wcblter. eLLI. He tool
I driw! another hi'tcnc <>f ft auiilur: decwi'"! fr m folkiwcivm the tffert of a d.-oeusi! to vot t snch groundsajs the Banner
\ : "
.. ; ISSf/lon&tofl&jDttrBaLi j [ li'iiivls uad L/wa, for' Lbt iw -U.oy tu%ve sus- j u I ha ve 9.ii 1. gentlemen, that in thZ B.iF( %!> plntf.'rni ta arefasj
: the Cwvcntion tf sse an' 1)1i1dnpherswh1b form-1| And herr- I wMi ;
J Kcnflt.-aien, yoi distinetly to be
onj j i : this eolltxt of the new schooh there i* nthir I to represented in the
; : .' V 1 Ih* CtLitt.Utifl ef ths Uni'ed State The rule ol f |j demtand, that it i is the majority cf those who were en-, tiu: .u tiwuistlvci btforo the pocple! \LuIicjit lug th<2 j ji j; Baltimore or XtfK
new. Nothing ha: been jmtej out a* uov. Toere
:Tlk Tothj; b diat Iwdy was Follows; tiUod to vote and who artuallif r Jed, that is tw berountod i CuiitpmuJstf: n.easuris in gcctra!, and tic >la.vc law inj u notb'ii'4 in it that all the i Wiigs cf the iniJdle and t al Demozratic Convention.' Perhap *

; : ",\ house to Jo! busings fbaU consist rf the c pntiesdfuot on the v.irious queiticnsrLkIi were ubmit TALLAHASSKE : j prtitilr.; They si* tLc true r.i'1 utunil i I I !northern States may not atlopt ; L Banner h right-pefhapa not. ,

I 4 low than seven State: and mil question I tad to tbo JIiiusc.,: i j 'the S'nth-wLo, f.r the sole <-f truth, nn-1 aUie't |j jGeutlirncn.. it is i well! known that there H notliing Certain j h ',,
V i-balJ bedcci leJ f.v 1'rr'zkr nvnbf'f tJtov vhirh I A'i'l u'u: report has gone aroad
I | b UM Buixlo phvtform which, bgaeraL d I "wn/jt that.r.!
SATURDAY DSCEKBER C 1851. CoitItuti cf tUL- and have' ToL
p that! Icfvliii reaenteL'-4otna1 cf F Jcral Coagivhij Wh-ti th't4! is n
.f. 4I114II, page t raxkr./cr( con onlv r.odce tliose who actuallyi % )t&' ----- -'--- Lud asie i the prtjuilioos of tilucatim, rev! nobly yen' all the Wui 's ( f the middle and nortl rn States. 4' Would

7 4 'Ie cLtwe to the IIoue cf, Eepicseutztivc j iind uo: thoM who'do not chwwe to txercisw their fdv11 : : zr ;u sire rfcjuestetl to say that the Ucv. 3r. j tciHlc'l aguiust the cvnilinevl assault cf the Lnstkulabuliti'iiit i Supo-we. hOW, thnt ell of us who are VHiigs should I itot send tielegates to either oftbeXat .,

:.. ; the orujuiatioti of.Avenue imd ppix.pnition Mis baj j ilafje of voting. AVlirncvcr.Kiy* Lord Mansdcld, eiec-1 j ZE.U.V, of the Baptist Church will preach b tins jircjHT, aaJ tic fJr nvirjvtcut and ,; ialiefore th Conreation, tie vote otood: I| tore se j nent IHH! don't \-.'te at all, they vtrrunlly tir. would only co b
'ri&alt but
i Methoiit Trotestarjt Church tha ? Whv, s> n-thbg happen that
City, tuiic'r'r caenikd cf the South! tic "WlJjlogUMW of the diction this
.f Iac4noeti.nt.; New Jcwy, Delaware.* Miry ceqaie cc' in the dwi-i'-'n of those who do. And with the \\1\iz would have changed its u'tnuTlat report has received frotn

d hal uid NTth O rolhia.5jVVft S .' thM prt\ripe! ngr.f"= one cf the rules of the Gcufra)j |J m naiig at the us-ual hour.Telegraphic. NortLum States. And what Southern man can f>.U t 0 would be prty alh In terMl of Inbg the \Vlii.:; party, itJ I quarter, i is made by the Banner. an'

I. P
iLtta l.u-H'tt*, N. York, and Gcorir5a. l : ber Mpmbcr' ((30th ruM) ht not without # Sentinel, one of the
.. i : ou weigh Intelligence. I to rejoice! at the sweurs with whIch their csertircisluve : there, c.tictly upon the same pibeiple! upon which we I organs Of cll
Th. question was declared to be decided in the itfoa i tv rftasons to decline voting, n? this practice might hive alreadv! stood but then fashioned and
BALtIMORE, Nov. SO, 7.20, P. M.---In the New York.: Uca crowned I It must be grateful tj them, ; they proix sc to ff> farther whiggery, which yet bclier
Ii' fntiv. learo the deci-on ( f very interesting queotiims to ar and d<> Uiat whiJi I would be
market 400 bales Cotton ayrce a greatrit'ingc
EIAnI tnrvrn.i +iite I Bmall iri wf the Sih-nt on Saturday ,were dwr I j even at this Lite day. to Lear Southern V/Luj ns'loes I in the beneficent results of
f. 12ttofl ) i 1 a5ojx <'ai ijJicaUiry. members I, : .i i.f. Middling Upknd w.is w rth mid Good! -that i U to put Van Darea tt the head of the whig policy, I

0 the vtrtc $o ftauding wn detcrmn in the affirmative tuilew exeuwd fri v i-ij, iut' t b roiftidertnl as ncqute'cing ;- ;, Middling: 6| ; Urlcausiliduhug i .aa-l Goodiliddliag |. Sir. TooruU expressly, an-J Gov. Call by L-iplicstien. Whig party (Ln.ugL.ter and applaustx") never taken the trouble to correct the "
it wus Hen-ited' fnllow*. that it w *: with the mnjr.rity. Tliii i j.* i.ot the r
only at least ia deice the vilnc ca.l
.. cents. i seknotrlcJge, seine Jlr. Van Burcn thus Like
s> was the bull from the
4 .4 }V-tt Ma*>*c4i'Jett3, Owniftctient. Ncv Jcfcy, dnctrinc of :"J f foi.vnonimt,4-f the written law impression, although its able
.' .. r North Carolina have b'st, it i i.-i thc asy aL The Clirrolccchss arrived with dafesfrrnj San Fran I nterit of tUee nuble: exertions. It has long appeared j bridge, literally pushed off the Cufalo cotemporar,
Pekwarc platfurni
; iMi ylvaiiia, M-rykud I, we'll ii cirinij of enninion: sense: fort by: tha Constitutionalist ARerublie.! !
tisco to the 1st N.-veuiber. She K
&it! 4'rtflni. and GoiM'ffia. .. -.9 t Mhniii the Ivntnt of tlii< rut it w.iuM bo nlmo-it imi brings 2t">,COO to us us tLoui/Llkss: nay absurd, cot to say eria.j1 L'r. t V.'pWr.- r n ? Afr Fillmore ftn-l the l- Whir Tlirtv H *

1 4yXcw $ UI 1%., 2' i piKwtinP, ctrt".inly! v< ry iiwuuv ujuit, to transact i Ui- j the fine weather, but there ha.i b i! ftr Southern men, who love their country and its ins tief j the Northern an.1 middle States," and the result asserted Mr. Tootnbsposition to be agj

(..Kuan.Fed.. O-jv jx 101.) i he<** in a h rpe a > nbly." i ,no speculative demand. Cajjt Waterman thej.cbatJ : lutions, tu eo-s>pen.t ; with these whose every exertion J !15 known to the country. The Whig suceee.Ied! and sending delegates to either Convention.
It irifl be Bern that thew wenw* Stat'ti fullrTUproscnteJ. j The doctrine thus bud down l tb
y judge, was not ( be.a cIAred with cruliy te rc;.& is aimed: at the destruction! of, and ta ari'i ilr.a. ()fit editors Mr. Gardner
p .if whidt AiX w, ro the prokt.r namb r." I denied! as law by any one T.cerne4 in the cafe. I ; oppose war | Van Io-ea! oaly got a few straggling Democrats ( ) was present vis

The three Sut which wens *! H<* ? 1I..1)itl1. Cnpt. : Trxu2li
i work, which vnt1 U?Mk-4.fr'rIt i* cqnirft'eot) flit ConMitutirm a iswj.jrify t f tw! body constitutes a j fl, TL dii ion ufC.tift taia, great < orud. Southern Whigs it may te saiJ, -these UJnpkive V.'hig! i; t-ianrph wluch was achieved ax ttr.t State, in '* V'e understood hi.n
having n* opiin :n, I) clinic*-w lie J tL. Ceuventi' a ;ti the Oth (Jtibcr, a ei: : fro.a tLeir cye3-bt we repeat the exthe: election cf our present Chief JLigbtrste, who
but treated as >r cun e.iirtg ni' ) t be step that the Constitutional
ac-yik-x-in? < (a quorum( <' assemble The Senate is ccii lDe- j Union
ve, rity of opitlioI exned. Ie.ohii fl.iiiWCVti. >re !,i'>u (if or at the eeolcs efx I party wj
wi-re j pe..bure pereeiviug tr- i frosn the Buffalo "
determination of those wjw bad expressed an opinion leat t< do 1>ainnfs and is proceeding with it. pet plttJ-rm of "free-*.Cer* into
( Supp,act1 IIIJ S4VUthefli here to their
diitJttitg TcrIt&rv. It
er choice. j j-MC, then, u14in a vote being about ia be taken <':l ( i* to i ty aro begiiiuiig ta Cill fhmi those eyes. We cannot: the Vice I'resiiectial chair I Gen. Call b his kttt present belatedorganiz-tio!
So rauonnble! i* the rule cf the wmnca law, tail |j tome question: a niomb-r u ion hi> rixjiiest b txeirud' i i C tlie j( North WiMteni x.unarv to ,line not,of further Santa N Clara rth: ,t than and t j buniincIice.iccordIr.g t r artl it as a hoibi.Tger: of better times: when i well says, The abolitionists! and free-soi'ers, witli! name, and will not send delegates to, or In

jJl people wh. use tht proccc t-f tlfcinn: by votes fix m voting; or Is precluded by a ruk- fr.BI voting on not, forlbiT aousli t: ui the boundary cf Monterey. j see t'lL* strange find unnatural alliauce beginning to wild Cunticum, are eaerg'jtJe aad aggressive bre thI represented in, either of the! National
ecem to concur in practice. A* tlie Roman* were cf j the pnrdrulfir quettimi: the vte recorded I r \

4 the ancient ur.ion most cnijhu! d in jurs pi-udunca ,! prr.r.4 go of the quet.n! will be !le-> than a ur&nurn, P. U. Tlje | fr.ttcr to its fUil-when a Southern Why has the boldj j act ion. They are well ergszired an J untiling ia their or Democratic Conventions next "
WA.snr.GTOX Nov. I jear.
,' poHoct lh 4u. practice under: the Ec ublic iu dec 1 i yi2t, a* iff rt'rd teUl &hrt" fftf prismee of a qmr urn, Caucus was very, iiiliiujfloMoiB 30,7.30, an-J has rejected Dpncrrat5r I tho new to declare to the Northern Whigs, b the tLriiiiag j efs crts to destroy the Utajn, a* the most ?flectuai h sufficiently explicit, and

ti.'S" ceewei to dtswvc osawh>iti< j tLo ac'i'ta <>f tho b'xly! will be valid, beyond doubt:, | Compromise ple.fgf. Gov. Foute, however, will offer language of Gov. Call: I mode of destroying Slavery b the S-juth. We thbk we apprrfienj,

The Ittmian pwplo wen-oividwlww i known i to j In tlaa case, the twenty-nine members who v ted* j it on Monday to the Democratic caucus of the .Sci'ate. There i is danger-there is cause rf apprehension j tbi s TOW, at leat, equally: true b 1819, when Ue nearer the facts in tha case than therecollee.:
th<*8 whn ari familiar wth their institutions) into ; V.ank,were virir.allvexru'-ed by the body fit mvoti'ig I ; I and Tlie the
: eTeaients c-f discord tions of Banner
i Lion lloyd luis It-en nominated as JoluV.. e.nc'ia. and tUaunion which
Sneaker ,
are i we
of the S-JuUt ,
4 ( :iftrie. 71*'* mt &i-rtnitcstrerc
Jv 3* at the Cunii J* ViUHriata. Irufl* K-catne lo gal st ill cojnjjftewt to act I Clerk, and A. J. GIochreiwr as H'rge8ut'ei-ArBi&- to the Unbn. She has rebukt I 1 her fiery sor.s J i( them to power. Indeed, at tint time, Webster and i I only paper ia Georgia that has ventured to

cfvJidat ec ilv after acortniu | *.-d) f g niality.V.'hea From the These uouiiuatiow. it i is said, will be strongly opmc ;!*I L whoso rash an>l reckless -uergi s would have led us j in- t; Fillmcre Lad neither sail cr done any thing fc> rc- I set the public! right and make Mr. Toombi
on <'Jt ctio wn* to L i hvH the Cmturiesin h JY. j C-Jitmbtts, Of.flO, Times.rn tel coii'jn! with the Ncrh. !
She has
clung Ith fiiLil deem them
cr excuse ta b some email
degree consistent with
: 5 ft,4T1tbcd. to I piv'.iiiiH.iU'y! cofeiaonie* e Tbe Future.C iiM.-cuttcn: atfrcti'-n to the Union but ( may :
B.u.TIMCRE, DI:4.: I, in the N ewrfa ; she has spoken her ulti.isJitrjn. ; -
said of
V--ted. tha tuunat of the run-li: l htc* were WOKHl <1J j We took an wly creasim after the late Georgia p Y ork Marktt. M"i.iavdcclined n eglath Pho It-is funin-d a line en the Im't hmti lary of i them now, and the whole Democratic partythen Hut we have our suspicions in turc

l 1' de iaa Utra.e vho jrt'1'1' -_ hr wi-e wli* election, to: express cur ccar! and!
IjYIr31; a.id ia3ty-thn o Ceuturia*. Each 1'i.utnryJ! 1be S-uthmi }itigirta Party as a eepsratc aud mdi'p
V'.ted Apnrat l' iuad vrhut pea-t"d! a rnaj"iy'i, lo'>it 'esijial wpu.izano.1, OOt to be dasolved- i CLr.,.'rc.* aisd Hit VRT.II. She broiht] live umtdrtd pw-]j the priii'-'iples of tie! C;u titutuia and the Cinipruxi | Call-but the warnb? was unheeded. Bat ; view of the position the Ur.ion party jj
bred jraid 1 fA I the vote 4f that Ccntun'i -. sincerely ma
b ( : by a > w ; 11U I'l'ii.i-Hi was f(,unik-l on two oiJhider.it5 ms.vhich 'J wng-.r.4 and ?7 ( .COD iti goU On the 2Sih u1 Mr, i SLe will nit re-Jt-Ie. Sbe will ut prnit cue word,
;'uf (Vtiic trcJ' "f the r st 'r nut5ibs.-r of Ctuiturie? ; ; do we hope from the suns cf the tfcnes. that Ue to occupy by Mr. Toombs. Mr.
w<- pr 'pw, hcr, nt to argue, but f inplr t<> *.f.t!/'.- i TLrashtT wn Mill inrioH.] bat: it was expected tlutt ;! one srKabie one Setter cf the fugitive slave bail to be llusey! h3
d1ei Uie i-ctioa. 11" tlw ballutu f a Ccutury er. 'i lit uit that the issues matle teuei'edr aUwl It is her riLt Southern Wjfg3 may now cut loose from this suicidal i been and still i "
was by the 8. Rights 1 1j he -.vtu.1 be lil 'ratcti tint day. I -her irr.-fragble! ; j j ? a dyed ia the wool" dera

divided. i iJ* "vote wnt> iu.t deelitred, but j rtv. and 'a Lieu in-Jccd. gave it xistPnce, hu'l been t lie Wl.Ic; taucusf nieriibt-ri of C.nrq a-lopted t 1 t i"rr Tstittiti-n..".! ri ht. andhe will mabtabic or per.n ; 1 a'asnce, an-J no kner aid and abet the Northern ojrrat and b.-lbve with
r 4d a r. Mif/t/Hf/ rmJ :.<* rarrf wa jiald to it-; dteiileii the of leveiyil I : ; iili' with it in the L--t ciUL"1! j Mr. Bacbanaa ta!
bcyuiJ i ,
: h"pc n/aiut that nart i tli-: Comiir
flt: t.UUIICcJ U i jitv( fcy su Verwhoiiiiiiif jwjiular v .te, ia every t5-/ulb-elected Speaker, and J, la W. l-'oruoy Cl believe Uie.niKb, of tKatr i the democratic party is the true l.nica .
dei, were n1 I1+14 .tatttnut if tlwfr tac5 fitate C.uled iutu >yia2f Slavery b the South, as it b par.ty.
m U'ii'g to r.uti the / 1 Hotr the Jirst ballot. The "
< President'
MI ,
cotHpromSis !,
ileasage 'k-am truth v.J.ich th! That he is
4,1eL't frn Adunu Utrun a < se wi.rds! exvrys.i-.r the hand- anxious to into
: t4' tU *$ gn1wrt.d MiL ic'i> 'f ui-i' taiwt> has beeoinc a olajr.ern. in which > w ill be IcOvcrcd to-marrow. | txiw apparent they have fr years unwittingly been: I go the Bal.ttmore 4

vhu cites d&ielly Civru, ims, t onJv a vlsitmarv* etjtliiu>iatsin can iudul e. 'Jhe fia'onp ;j ill uf aboiitiotitete proper, the mere corporal guar'I of| du iag. Convention, and there contribute in

'c4.iee aa be no diffi-'i-ltv, in p1vg' the rurt, cf J! on 'the hruH of the compromise, is ittiprtyaaUt: mid: j! Ncw-YcRK, Pee 2.-The ss!'% of Cotton to-day j| practical' tlii-aniv'nuts per st, are alfcnjcthor feeble aaJ | la conclusion, we thank Gov. Call!, anJ any oth nominating a sound democrat anti
? have i fo
Ixt-n : !
i althousb v* utittitiiitg b our belief thai wm SCO; lales. The rti i* lii'ht The market bs riil
the eoianioQ !Liv, a* w-ubhShed( J it ii Ia?ju t1: e Uiiiou etui'I l have beta niaiutum.ti oa b ttf r trnv*: : !, r.nd j. ecs have declined i a dace last week- any agabsst i Its electing him, too, admits of no question
ion. k4& to tL. rnt e i "*y* than lie oinprciui' gave to the Si'iilh; yt tte! j peo Naval Store* are firmer.fllC point of view, except so Ltr cs their behests are oh y-1*nemie! the Whig;? c-f the Northern arv I mill mind bat oar

s ae bteuk were v>tii hjve M feared a detruclion of 1 j ftiliil and executed by the irass cf the great Northern j Statea;" an I we ere wOlb to f!
tGt votes( at .all, then tIMe they *wii
zeaee one way or ofln'rujxm they j iiisiriiiig ou tlitir ri1ib. SoulLt-ni Kiphts nwn are; o- 'sitting in lx>Ui lion*' .to-day. In the Senate iir. }octe ipus follow?
; agitation at the North will be bushed aaJ ia the! xvake Jenkins
kiH uiid soon intw I comings rnb' b Stephr. &
were totes, tlw-y were v'itt wing1y purjH&ely: bnJtoj cqini eoe iLl thIS d l d-i n-they ac c-tliir&'dto! 't-nv* notice of a bill expressing nympaOiy fir thc dt-iinqueaeies, consiJeratwo of ? Co,

tjv.-o tsr an inoliajble.; ('r f r a JH i>'
lum-tiiuty.. Iti 4'iiher case the viblc penwm ha ving ; is Lit n vain and bootless "kf.-kiiig j.iiat! ;he pt icI.: ." j -_ ---- - a'i'l as nre the word! tint! the uenti'acntj of the himself the exprs*
the highout uuiubdr < f vi iUwus duly elected. I Not only u it sehs, b t the idea b charge selling the ip.ttresa
our judgment, of j prom Whigs at tw? Soth are A New
Vnslihrjtca.iuon fairly represented by C jov. Headins:
IKit result U the f the law of "
njiplicutum cimamm jck piotnle* 4! blrngsjle! involves' our secnd cuoAki of the South for a mess of Baltimore Conventif
Uuii H entirely jusoiiable iaI cuuittent with ,j fa i the ('1.1t.il i'i tivor of dLbundinjj. The intelligence fnm V ant'fl a to the effect C all and ilr. Toonifo. If this be true, let it be known, The Sentinel Las tltw' vered that Gov. Brown's U-t-: -

ouni tx Vit.y. t It I---, tIt fuel a ::!t',it''e: w uM! w't oi'v be fruitthat a Drmocrnlie 4'2uts bad rc.'teI the C'n ipn>.I L f.>r we are reluctant to harfx.r the fear wLfcb C;ov. i j te r to Judge Davis will bear very liberal construction.' n pottnge. What is htr ta do f It ij

HM %'oting.1w it renwnilxTed w s r ita rcec. TLa !11 1 ICFS r-f 2<>od, int alsoliittly! iajtiricvt to ihe tav*. of iiiise fle'lgf," and tie Wliig caucus had adopted it Init C.J1 esprefcJts iu his Is tter, 'that party ties anti I love Says our neighbor! felly! to expect a sensible! man to be fluttered
two a moe had ordered Uw members to i>uc jed to
j tht Si'tith 'fbe
| i ieltoowe irrent depiUeratuin wiih
Senattw. The Prcnotirt had aninninc i the i 4>m patriot It* s been Svutlitrn. union. la cvrrv that; S union ioulat! the exacting a oat of propriety by Mr. Toombs' pretty sentences -

tHiaaess befw the bi-tly tu bo the choice ui* SOJM-; ]I (every iuttiligeiit: wan bus Ecen a power iu per a Ifl- i kas ti unik.tanJ: a bt the tcIegra.h tnc3.n by }''e'to' the plca'h'ngs and prayers of patriotism,"even P-e sc to sufat.iin and carry out tee principles and proiiiions of democratic adherence to tae Coraj -

It* A canitlJatc' acwswrjj to the ccnunm-law i j>riicIke I ,tat( to hlffiitect iur :: i4iin't agic'tiowi. rLciC'-Mproniiseit'cilge.j Wo suppose a few days will; with the great ir.a s of the Northern Whig part of the Compromise from eoadiiLitej who, like j in the
which nvvail in the uI'nda -gslature.. wat, du- vi-tui! tlirou FT i th se alluded to by the Bulletin, had thousand promise recent elections North, and this
| j ua party 'aout tii- South, iu the late CUHiufjnu! In tLo meantime l!* !'notl' there be but too much fur by a ,
lyput in ncmiiruiion. No oppoKiiu caniliJ!(resS .ww. wisi.-h! the Y1i j us. we unhesitatingly expre-M rea on eaten:;ain- j u quivteal; acfi}, r> well as professions, rendered fur- likdUiood' that the! Union pnrtj wiL' act

i* i>e
ca itv Maine fivni the Cii-rkV ('n tsk t announce HiJr ,i4ily: j4v4r4 ta ttrjii t-i; sad v Hie Suutlicra ; caucus Las act cf'n a step beyond that eoncected bvl; k'" "f any tler bvdy of men, ta we have already, f.'r itane?. i'h'.u1'i ii.nhiaatt fr. Filirenre need a'tO* .ffJr struck. AH

haioe for Seunttir, nv In hvr: i>h >s and im-ncrac- j :men juiay U-iisk it a li.wer c-iw tlifln light aid justice j Rights t ;i j Seward of New York, and swallowe 1 by the SUv<*,j|! shown-stilh the South, if laaterl itself when allied say'f for Lin tm.t he would! sut tin the Ci.t.q.trniit". i this, so very soothing to locofoco" vanity,
c&< tli w.-rd "bhuik." Wlirjt lAy ctiuiJ b.iuiendti; i 11L doasad: still j ihtuigtfcn that fFc,' expected him to do it-because
it is liar :
a fif rci.c1atcc-it is jyj.jf the (fiithf Nf rtb don't
a good | > Democrats give solid consolation
Gravs last which ? Tn who
Spring, wxs a nitre "subterfuge we rykbg ho U any don'LwrJany
it Ait ylijir laiifels were iu li!Vnut tbat thfty kid i fi Ltiii? Ifots- it is a disruption line, it i is & '! j t so fi !ly committed to sueh a course that mistake
WuUlut ij 4s ItUtCt 1tl iudt; : rn cLoiee. Now a < 1! sx: jc," arr.ui cd *s as to cateh birds of every plumage; ,| *'cryIkLg in herjust cause, will be ns irn regnab!eaj! : is nrosibte. And v> of v>mt other*? delegates to B.thimore-nd don't rescue
i cit, tIc !S. uth ; S"f./r .
the kgal jr suuijjii(a f fik-nw. in all con be uuit futjie 'resistance, i Tine auaisirtc n pts..le. I ,. .,nl \
time kbwn i j the tn will telL and la xu r At. 5,. fABt'r this reading we the New the editor of the
vtyii* ,*'-af. ii in iju' uui\iiv-4il and fauiiltur* Jitw; all ] fonn" <; the 4ih Ittsulutjim' cf the "Georgia t 1I'ht- The I ty h tocom the mip .teut rage of those wlose! i j 1 L r one Times, aad sueli other cftlie snppose fcewarJ Banner from u sort of antagonism -
the w uld ve*, iu the | -whether Uxy willstntid Atre.vL PreJdent's] Menage was read in both Houses conduct towards htr is little prints ns to the demociatic
ct/urti$ see the
. those of Law Uiat j u pwM b-ajn lower, wbta tu! ; j Tucsity, and was received in this Governor dots not i de-
"fttci. ctvts tetET. And gic ajjah bc":n city by last xugLiii'e t s cm. 13Tlus fait! he
thitt the j i to H i,Ji, :s a quolioa fur | .re to blow the WlJg verily believes is the salt that is to
fiitiaxs j to
ta ftstsotiiible te.i i <>f the coiuimia.lfi\v di-tt ruiinatiun. \ uuaLVe have only had time party atoms, and therefore
ution are ui favor to glance nastily oi rcri it] a fr-iitf l theme to
becububjoct, as iludared iu the deciuuiis wltich& have I Itliosc our ttiucLr: i of, nuj Uyinjj tlern ; we are in fjm-r cit j johan It it moderate in tae, n'I l wiilial anl which we may hereafter'' ii; can have no fear about the action of the Whig Con- save the country. But suppose he joins wither
ere'I aga-n rceiar
a verv tab'ispcr. -
V"tht Sr wi uniiivirj i front to the although we have bjt !little vir ntkc. J/ton the word. thf
I ) space Just nominate i4rnfllratet
Aititi SttU- The Jlr. FC1- mrrrr1PnP rtflW IT1 flflf'TPSfltl
thpIJit' tv n4y- inQ menibei-8 iasttad urivace. 8uj Lg -ihus Lr shJt thou ace'Aa.t it funiishes cf the internal further remark nt prvnent, -
come we cannot close
of i without more, "
caving blank, Lad *aid Ntw4v or No!
iud v tttd, for a mniton, ( Jlwft-nlli Ri-hti Party maintains its the lzst there t ever need be said aV>ut the fugitive slave Law !-
r cr 'lhetl theeJnt
for orcra is
dead deter
i.r to
a tion year aaomtcj to 'a re "me an honest from
WoUld 'r a pr.ta&4 iiid f 52,312.i! I >7i; thoughts and expressions! ia Gov. Call's! lett | n man acting Dpti
tnan. wit <>vcri itt hit
r.ee penxive it *vas wiJ H-pe-'s <-itj-t, it 87, and the th-y expect him to
ciwple and actual&hatidmiuuiit] have the cfsured and pernicious dTwt of trfal3tjv.uUture fr the same ptii.M l;w 1ikh we ere cnnrepnml to enJor e. We are howsjuue ;' ereaite it." > what he believes for the best interests of
<.r di ux<% ing l the uai ren reached I And to this pituble! it hrw '
IjUM% t if tlieir privilt'W1liiih* wah taiitaiuouut to si- we fear mere'a party frcc-sci niore) uuiouish, m-w Northern, rj. f48OO.r-.878 C'i. In>port8 during the j ievr, gtlt-I' t!) be abe! as ii parti d jonmolists. to are e !j cpul at last From a grand iburuh coropU-Tl of the country ? We are morally certain that
iwef And }ct "blank" h-- atv<-nEueoc<>Mve A itiuicfiI5,7259'J5: > Lu" 'with trampctf,,
: not n* i.mcii fcignificanjf < cf r-xporfc 17.517SO.! Hie eog a 'ktdiii
< a* ritiUa-of lliew$ nnwvould have had. I o'titet at the pulL llje toiidcnoy of p: rti<;.a, wL i lie debt, exclusive vt the stock >- g Vhig upon mattiix ef sa mw h j which set the whole of higdoni agog, the Governor the editor of the Banner regards the tl termination
>scis to aultioriz to be issued i wiportwjee. V'e tvLhnll
p r iuto Southern
Ttie Cwutituti'm: gi\c* t. tlo: Lt-jri-lnture the oxtmiwa, \\ I-WMVII mplH to Texas W hig may h iC i and Li* organ have descended to a direct and I of Mr.
prim fe palpable send
2Got5 not
Ieg' to efew Hewitt enough I thib- one iu taoco will stflkv : 2(5.( Tue I'residttit nooiuf''*ur'd *" be wjtully eancIiJ antI to delegates
iti f I
a ;r. The pnviiepe i in t'Jthu) il earnest ia their uewsa bvitatioa to the
fg' (sue i i.* to prefer, to unct of
tried : 18
oi.ee 1H !
i.ucthui. W'lfii, by the divixv of the Lffrixlatun*, fl dV1.b ., ( to bit: k up Ue iLi.m. on n uu's sti..n: f'wiKtitutc speciSc iu the room of ad valorem duties, aTf'e with' Gov. Call in what L-U oUter word, to meet b n, I such as should not be adhered to by the Union
: i
Li1Mrt;, b.it' tt1.. we regarJ, at least t, Convention which
clectjua thai!
i is
begiat eat-h ; (lie n.ztojl i" 1 embrace
ouiubcr if the: body ha*i the i JOe of e-se* wheze the nature wf the ratl.tr ViUgum, Freeseitisru
ght1d Whiz was sjx! >(.diY coLvtrteJ into cuuaiodity does JJ an extravagant an>l ruypLieed Buflluo-Abolitionism: party. It must have struck him it
1eb$ a (1 ; ; bUt Ie Iu no upon held its haad i in a Tariff i* party ia i not forlid it. eulogy cp n and every other im under the as
thy ti 4)f4thtr liv 1 nearly es.rt S.iiti.m Klae( ia arj1 1 t j ]Ilr. ri'lmore an.I I liiC.il pi ii titTvrtiit.'?ioe. Tlw I ment on a qucrtimi zdt ------------ - Although i Ia true auu except Loccfoctism," and after they shall have out of the State, that the posture
tiiit,; hieli cad .innitti b- 'tIts which there wtro not t that Mr. Filltnore l Las
: t. ua1 t but I two Es-OoTeraor done Us tluty, in
41 fUoiee exprtts e proelahuiuy hw
nrrr st Xi.rflurn determination
*ant uttvr,nee \A voice, 'fbft %Vfl1 lilnnk; ," as I slti'.n the teudencv, we inuit {-vngo ti>no- We lay bfre our rcaiiers the spuite nail st: geM.' that the to see I the wl1-idtrtvoi1 icink that b they out of the fact that it 13* even now standing
filkidtotiw dioioeof aj Uuitn part-.-, jr-'t <.ut c.fthe tive letter of Fugitive Law was executed-((: was I free States their
ito oftwtT of Govemiiirtit, is them all th offices wav, give'| Ex-Govcnnr Call. piiUUial b the lust eua-li.Lite u to Levortliy} the onpjH.rt t "solitary nml nlone." No
without other
vi.'huut Lindntixv, and i sworn Jaty at* to all laws Southern
aoy uigiuiiaincjr. It remove &nfiittl. anti to have failed therein j oft-acli of
no more me.ms w no" eve- ] This letter, tknitrh ;: the free soil anti-fugitive slave law
lau "vof than it uivanpt-in, or nmoii.or anything h ry.t temptation pursuit ,,f to Uiiik the rigfjU cf d4e. It party tiiumplw. \Ve it fully cotnnatted" in
WiUj ly uuplivk nt t/h .'. it mist ,, yet e'mtains several! willful and I
> is "it
<< certiiia i piu our- tiVUbrnite
IiH4 I j selves .a 1hc-ir of | jo t and perjurvstiU, we L-ive always iU fivor ** that .Maryland, Virginia Tennessee Kentucky
IK t uici.iiiiigufdiuicu, and ilicrcfwe jtktfonn rwiMsnce: and make that j > pj-ijL'c riew exprtsej with the Gen raV11 ; mL-take w unpos.ibe! 1"
*ig in-t a tucauiug and positive Mgnii.ciui( ation weigh of u d thing j tie eomin u mtnl d'awn'i' t f futtire actin.. ; cliaraeteittie w&rmth, and | |thought? \vitli Mr. Clay! as he <>xpreV eU! himself b Ui eLng live Humbuysrerv'I Louisiana, &c., are intent on their owa
waco. I AsK-lber !has energy b-MUty <*f style- J
a Senate
But if the tl.bg been dfci-Ji-d bv the that Mr. Filhnore! woull affairs: and don't
act of the -nine people of due Lave shown care the of
twenty bhntk : m"re a finger
nien.x) x* atnuuuu the South, and tlio } appreeLoi-rti cf which, by his' litieol snap
to a v Alabama Democracy. what Georgia-a State that cannot be counted
| f..ct-ljt ia
>k- ud ofcuure is tli.-it ood. To tLL end .,
known i
by ibt-m to be f The Coijbtitutiou lixu : fit ///,; Ca. it to their cEpeeul uttectiju. appears in the
jilaial WHi To the Montgomery Advertiser
) quiUilicatiuns of a Iu the Union ti! -fi.re I ;gitive Slave ia that ; do. As it
happens: she
Senator.Tar. we mut e wtuiue the Ii gut: in i 2f *thu Whig it subletuently] that Le for not control the
I tb ir party utt the .1 Democratic
defwK-e .rs just anti l solemn Convention
3, so*. 3. nrt I : *'No pf1io* i=hall be a Sentor We for nr we must suntn-Jcr. tl' wUo 4udl not have Bre liwpin up the ii ht Lriti 5 from } have been rdter r.tttir{ I free-s ->n, la/l.er-law Cienth Jon the 7th January next, for the if the
attaiiRil to |]M> sp.-
V,i muff/ear* e niti-.m of the lTnit d one )bsikli'-r, we av t\n\ iauiui wither. 1ktt nn-utLs when the leading Whig l tptcLui the clelL-iq-icnt Governor in LLs assaults on the J'| of Delegates to the Baltimore Convention. with this little fact They sees
; the zrn4 -
JsUtUis, auJ v hi .ba11not when :; nl: bi-rf deft I ses of tLe South
oWiod If c N hi IuM. A n seemed wholly ua1 1; itive slave to talk and think
caj ciu and erow wlw law ij the Lite in The call h as If they believe the wh&
had canvass j Hon.
tut. Len signed
f1ka1 Kfalr fi* which he hJiall be foiled; bvwould j ftw.re of the existence of ditn renn-ylvania, by W. II. King, Gov.
No (4I j tiill pretciid Umt the metal e11wcIL"I who I atJ4fa (If ttni; or toatan >en voted do ; nmlne Fitzpatrick
what un*> of and
I ; Jiiattie >s Northern other
for Ulnjik :rJy not lt\ip i-ilo TVligR the i to the many Georgia; and
the f'i upwi horrible- can't
were tad fully aware that their! vtrte was det-jwiir, bt:4 tstie thoir oe-au: !' g1"53* qursU-n of murder coinnittetl: at Christiana en a of the move a peg until she witE-
/ *
I fx gvai; fur a pru.' tl'ms M > of \ >t ;l 1'f oiik anj a citizen uf ,
tliiurcuiiduclhi the
< *uldiv difTt-rttit from what wi t- the m-xt LL. t Et.ott fur safrf Smith azkj meniber of!, |ful pursuit of hi* priperty-ticts notorious t !are rejoiced to sec this! harmonious movement r ay. But perhaps if they could be made to
mtuut 'if tlunu may have) wished V ti'i l victory. Th4- the DtiiVJcn.tie as I
T lJ11 l U they CJiniiutcrtn.plnin.( aa Rights pmty I.'t td fr m ti.tir j pnrly we rej< ic.; to see dibtioguished j cause Northern l ''in Alabama. It will be understand that the world will Oils
fj' %e opjiirtuiiity( f d
*7 1.ebNMe. They cxpreMed 110 elu'-ice, and did, not { to I be ciigulptwI UR.inm.iu, wir). jin n< t remain on board wakin j-t the eleventh! hour a. i at the faiistiosl spirit ('e\d pet! in the conduct ltf'; '' Gov. Collier's election! was claimed as a usual, whether they like it or not, they
y.-t leap iuto ; toafeirrectitpprchcueionofthc a un3flion
prIKe ft (*fli1d41tt 1!) np iin. Thcy Wi-;; tako to Jhe J1t'mrc1c IhV the son, but must true pcsture:; 'j Jolaiston, and tr wish fur his defeat at the might be brought to abate somewhat of their
Ixwt of kinds
afttirs >
which of the i: triumph and that!
tBfly *ud witanffiy fiuie to mj their rglit, aid tliii cocidk.-hI 4< nuti i ii Je the t though a i frail true position of the great maea (;f the'l the 1'enusylvania j' King i is the preposterous pretensions to control the political

virtually, in ouiUaiijtwUcfK'f, lu\v. ts tl-y w ere I iiund L the b.4 ztul tilv o1'aerftv.atjwit tobhed sea, yet afe Wfcig party-for Use main strength of that i is, Dcniccracy. Nor can we exacti y i choice of nine-tenths of the Union Democrats elements of this
hjw ty
l par i inn agree with Gov. Coll!
l 0 >uuw. abaurlon d th ik-ci ii that Mr. Fill-nore "has had country.
1 the
: i to Ib4-<: who4Jid use Having !9 iVJ.t tL 1 .v utth. in the'rcirm n "cr free f-'tates. Ihei : everywhere in the South The Banner
< : for
tln ir rigltt ia a acoubtitu'im and dutiful ni.iimc-r. f.r&t'd to do it in are Whigs t.f the wt 'lom anJ the sagacity ts fill estry department of i ijrgtt Vice President man should cut loose from tlfc
ii i h<3 Wrlicy uf Ciotvninicnt ooinpany with one <-f t.be two gix-at South have s.emed; fetrangely to f i : -but find humbug, solitary and alone" twill
to Government we both
,. | make ll.e c sr: ', titionuf rMuli4-i5 of tlie 1'i.ion. In the dMitn> of Itlat? tIfl NortLe/ii with the Lest talent of our cotmtrv." I these gentlemen going party.
pubhc dmiw. prompt und certain Any prac is happily u., dffiwiy.; \\ bile obiigwl our lo allies* there I : V/hi.j in Congress were all fei-s4)ilt f i though we doubt not the conipHmcDt *, I[ straight to Baltimore: the ; have it to do eventually,, and the soouarhe
tice whicli t4nikirnuhe4 admit: that ers, prior to tie was sincerely as Lest of
or uiik! ( the netinn of lh hu oIsii 4ic l.w Dirties tue tvlut we would! pail Oa tlontrary, we think at least that eJsaving' the
m rdi forward in he lit Ift of "" till-in, it H to vive : if v.-e remember right, with three ; two ii Union and of earning out their
Ib4ir duty, .J> rtti] bo 4 !iaiuwtwiaJic! >d. TJio t.ay j fr< that then is i a vi t j solitary (.XOp lions, ;jr.rtnients cf the Got vrnnunt have been '
< Hs .i ice iu filltd
ffi t (1L1)ztiity UKgj 1 of tl, void a'list by I Union of
SwiaUii-i < ir laistmiidnow( and I ij fi-'t i a tar fugitive Wave Law very : principles. If there Message Gor. Means.
a cntietitutiwtid -and that those I bad ever was
duty. Whi-n U j ( any ne-
by ams- I Wity to n.tittit.z r-rxeiiiiens of the talent of the(
awl J !
UK- We
v tiinJicrn'procwdj Lag > organization in
i L4
I pail J j.J. I ; towuiproaiise) j i that neither Mr. Convin the Alabama,
r.nagia. it ,
< iiiat ha.- i their Secretary if the Treasit- !
*iuty. MO start of Uiobotly <>]Huid bt-aUowt-d in friend uor ij.oI.git-tio ith.-r Waiving hostility to shivery ,that Legislature of South Carolina is model
kin a
to !
luaid as vole fur that ,
rt vhidt oven; to \nite it ] i ry, nor Mr. Hall!!, the I'ost Master necessity no longer exists, and hence
rractirv I
defeat a:>d nuiiily its rxfrutua:.__ iL42Jti or v' to fir. ep. ''''mr>le c'.utitutiiud General, tire fit mia- it t
TJKry oUght tint tu Iw ciKjourflfr J to ti.fl": with theirneni I never tru ituIi/rjiKitw/ ip z tu ts nr 5<1thenlil ocr it* rott'ii tin a $. j! "U< cxcltl'-i"n; gf moagure, in coasidi'mUon, of the i i iB i isters to tJil! in the cxeeuUoii' cf the fugitive Slave Law, is that all those of a common faith are for document in one respect if in no other-irw-

dutvl tiy sllowng fcucli crwiuot, < lie ha'f the i j ton juirty froit the Lit'iwhsg. It w.a <*. T Javcry from the \ast legion <-f CaJi- ; 1 by UK ir counsel, or oUicnvise, tiillerences i'y-for it occupies but two columns of th*
aid the "h f niii set-ing that getting past and
< d.c.
I Itt; of a t. iflatura enuld dtfut t tl.er South id;J iK.J. &
.a titu Jacoate ftrever,in defiance of>tht a i >,ititi in1irtSi'H in- i !ju fyii.pi.Un w i ig1udtuid uor found i.-it-n; in,! iu jwiiwipl,*. 1 U| ha j their Whisr coof-lituents by deft-j.unisJ.eJ befurc the therefcr by j| 1 batli, aeeon&ig to the Let of our be'.k'f, \ioe.tly! tj L>- as of old, and the more successfully! to Mercury It presents what seems to ns *
waiiiiiMj--t; 1 lw people, |
cuee to their nworii duty, itl
roquiroiiKMit. Nootht-i- t.mthf ft.r giv Oil (VCEV "1 (' iii th. j'miit- **' *' I! ] i an of ,
ing a L14ui V v \vnin 4.t, iLibaaeJ.uteUa CuIuniLLi ,
UJHII iitd% r.Tc-iiO'j a* to tliffjiojiv. a culmblc which it hax hut txe< j-t the |K- to j and -_-_ of Ohio.i Tle ought 1 to 20 and assets amountin $5I13Ihl
triIliitg. tied l >e bipw t to
ilf-elf they
: uU lijii j !
>uLii is I itaitinmWiaty! .1ihed!i propose meeting their Northern
or the iiiiOKind v* f buck tili oh-tc ; : erii'! i i.< : ct* have been | i as Mr. FiUniore liniself, de- fi lends
lyin-r for its Meaievly
purjv an oporiuiiity : hara, it.*. dujnwti'nt uttered by a Southern Wl.y! ; 17. It makes but few recommendations to
|! tu barter t1l tl.t1 liipdi, lunrtkii of a vole, It hi.8 now played( ifftul\ card ani I Ftakod its roiiiplfte.; pre4 Ill. politIt in, awl evt.n ttic.I eithicut j elari.il hedij in 1S3S, a-id .I.k1. declaniti! n La>, witihitclli in a National Convention that a National I

1 1t C44awUsHate no iulmjw. Kciilicr of 1.CK- motive 1,* de.. lie) quckfir ufatiotittwiitta. Let I gzit \\Ligs us &ab'r ToceLj uiI ii !j a few wek, Iven re-pibMieil! in the columns of the m man nny be selected for the common suffrages reference to internal aflairs. On the subject
tervos rosjiect, our should be pcnntttod to !cfvat mvtft anti 4k foit it ofGenrglj, an'l Ex- ,oiliei.il
: a lliere. The the of t Federal
Tue Itfinwratie ( i)v ni.rCaIlcf 'rgan, KftmUic, without one word of retraction of ail Relations, the Governor bat
cJAte. trt to 4icui irae the I'liion hat i alvayt fotn f.'te party of this Stole, liavc but now seniie-l tary. -. and a platform of principles laid I says

S, ty disappuhiting fctxh prnftiufl.Tlio It waven-d, it fdlttcI l, i-i Constitutional luc ;> be inj -wctl with I their nitaiic,... Iudec l fn.ni the Pcsit.ent-lcai ? the! eoiuitry t > b' down which said last li ttle. Ills own mind has undergone no
uwiy ]) < s, it Was cc < Gov.vholly ; fi-r that as we week shall be
tibjcetimi may iccur to wunc mbd*, t :i 0(1 Id'fiire, The rqur-; C1l, ii 11.11.4 '.( frrik i r.s bet'-vft'ii Mr. Fillmore, Mr. Convia and! Mr.Sewanl ,
pon o\vrp blast change
that bwert'.ini bi.piiig; ; Ititir, i.; I ither ; injurious i to section and as Stale has decided against
caecal die no
view of *ubjt
: dwrum.Xejected b tliis csae, the dectii-n would fi.il for wantthat uiMl I. U.Utijti JUHafi, IJtM-lianananil never: 8tn; ktou. 1tter expressly 1JJl ik-elares l 1.uir.t to tl'--ui']Jn SouUiem 3Ir. Towir.b; *-frr.: : (lw Hut we are deposed t.> give the PresiJent all the be yielded by all.! Such a course as this i is immediate i action, he leaves it to others wno

other brave men, Lavo still lull tJw Whig friend,, credit t- which he wise have opposed the withdrawal of the State ta
Ktici-Lvd aloft tlat the w entitled, for' w't< and and
South patriotic
T14**i dilficulty H at cnce rcraori) l/y/ the feet, WiLl $iu v wave if tu j las IK thing but enmity tohojxi) for from coninutting pe r- commends itself to the
1 tie voting *as t ivvt ttxr, and
rceetce o/fjJy-elf ,, etl.er& The rule of law i* mrof fknatieiVui.In t *$cm- jM-eted fn-m the Northern lem- may be er although it abin-Ltntly minifest, from his known opiuions i it a fair hearing.
-Lhl c* prm-nt pmty J Ln.s c-xlJiiU-.I ir.r.ni.Vt: ill5ttbtl"! ; &'ouid' n-t longer l 1' en subject tlint he would not Live voted WESTMIMSTEII
oz1itute ati i cl 5C ive IKKV.! miy biiiubcr, vhn fynil wu* ''f a i unKwe u. fight the! I'ietikitiaI] : wltlJul J, b %k-w cf the !! f duct, even altlioi *h a nwiorifv ct thowc rreeti t vb.ttiti on U* latit of the iMritJaUlUtt hattIe j; 8)tiiflOi2S tu-t that tiiiee the jKtssage of the Conij.ro-1 any more than would number of this interresting Review
frtmi fnulitu of (lie | initfe j ir Convia-and it U a fact well known is at hand r I. the Christian Adcocate Journal annOunCe
voting in
417 the 'wLjiromi nea< the \Vashhi Jf
p-oterf piint cwcljtw.. The at a uttttnma. UV ,; flt tjif 'w/l ues, Whig party: as a pasty, ]has ;in g- with its usual
, thdrt'ai, the uf
I :ve number thnt vC.v l for Si'0T.-vn! trtliiui (" of Unit f.vrt***. Having Ciicd! to make the mo urlis contents I is
assurance find
S u end thi> i a acepJ.rty I1 inJicate ui-1 year, they a sufficient amount email1lg
< ABil'
pi4.rt'In. trtfjt rttv ] rotuftod in wrl: ,'. < t' t'< lead the SrtIi< : ), K-r publish' the- tiit ;it in strict
ts WJP if \vc 'tni.iis rj'l I j ; was to as follows :-1st
I ; doetiuies conformity the Western
'iiij ca\ :i it-sit f Wi'hi-r-i !. I.so! ra pmiit To"A tbawed. n i furui a lihtiouai, f4u1y, that will: face the t2tt fun- 1 vLioh tlwy opou.e imj advo- j is Constitutional Africa ; 2nd, The in I the hands of the Treasurer, to approprL3ta
tt :tr t'r f r- j cafe Oa the provision. It alao very true that the Marl
in and
ratcrq lite Cct>frowitt in eootraiy. Northern premier, Mr. boroughs the
ffoodfuitkinitter State reign of
: !I'.t-r c' e i- ', !I',, l4; >. a propc ly ri I'M .;/.."(/. and : they iutvo s1'ken tia ti.ii ruttvr at all where 'j Vebster, as a Compromise, sustains the Fugitive Law 3d, Reason and Faith Queen Anne ; a dividend of 6G30 from the incomof the

tjouvct lw i.mjojt y L f ru *'A" r.'V {'fa 4.WV!. |*r AJvisC, tbe.ntore, that the &ithert ts the Con.'j-romise, wiJ avor&l they Lave oppoced -yet his desire Waa that jury trial should be hadcvtry ; 4th, Newman's IV k paper for the last twelve months, This TO'
Uqda5dal) Iic4c jd, iXiJjuilt sith aktj4e! parIV their dtteniimiUvii litical I ; Economy 5th
.1 a aurjcrtiuof Ui Li case, as evidenced ; Gregory of
tAe i y? ztLhy Qeuri Fkttr t4 it'id question un1U itifnxlueed ; Zulu ; Gth, Decisive
Urn bty Battles
they fidl citort u re eal the Senate K-fore ] ; 7th, Life and is
4* :, cr KoJiScRtivn of t uefuwcut into the Caliu-t lie has acquiesced! bwori Lcw. Immortality ; 8th, Foreign Literature. condition.department, ia a healthy and prO ?'

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froi Govcrfl3r Ciii.1tii nnd I'mocrits.: : Party strife i* the atmos.plirre S 1iutfs: en j n-ldbg to Lor Etrcagth and position z---

: JMKSOX, 1 1NtycnIer in which they liv the ulitni'i.t of I their ber stt irStaB: amocjr Comptroller's and Treasurer's Reports. In Chancery.In Towle &. Myers '

29.h. IS31. exigence, their vitality! th.-ir! power. Hold. 1. tie anSi >->.csoion) of the Circuit. HAVE:) hand.andare now rrcviring.a new ITM! S
ri'nrA!/ T wi'iiMMnj; with locp ing th"ir separate organization: they Man-l: as S bv: tV.e p Sti.te autlhiritiee country, and a direct be iinnieJLitely and ififeient tiJc i; quires these Ilepotts to bo published ii: two Alexander Scott, Jm'r. of Aaron B. C. Scott, decU, jsiortment of COODS, cominiug ol
r. the S.iutli. atuilnry hind, availaol'j to either of the juri4 Gold Lever Watchei
the Acilement in pro.u an Ki excreted, w us to malic ioinuMJ-ate location papers printed at the Seat Government, daring against Hunting
(OlCt'tfl: events in our jnlilical l.U- great parlies which will most f.nor their uiihal ofl.Hri'3i fr the t.e of the State, naJ for the the 1st Dnvul E. M. Scott, Mitchel L. Scott WIlliam J. Scott, Gold Anchor Lever do S

hIce&l certain M intense, as fu'quet.tly lowed deigns against: the South. Si long as tion of s* ttlor* juvj t>ccuj>ants. protec week in the month of December. Malsy Ann Town-tnd, (formerlv Malsy Ann Scott.) Silver Levr Hunting do
ct.mtflt, Another Widow Sil *r Anchor LHVKT doLapine
*n 2. fitnohftl. That the sail law, however allows tilt Tas-Asscs- and Adininitrratrix of 1 hi"nias J.Towncnd,
V> T a fair the safety of ouraU' the) Whigs nil Democrats contend with each! Ia-Lin! < 1 b? removed deceased and common do
) fi-om the State at the and her minor children! hairs of Thomas
: ,' mifl1 O1thfe! most con- other f.ir empire and dominion, so long will trt l i'l:'! the niotuis be eitrlioft peiijJ pr..etieabl inul sos: nnd Collectors! until the! 4th .Monday in J. Townsend, deceased.BY Gentlerrfen's and Ladic Bof>m Pina t nrral atortcient .

11try. bt4 : of our; asfltiw! -.-..' the abolitionists and free suiters continue i to St itc be himedLtcly! vidioj"employed,>, :ucct and p.wer this mut of, the.- November, to adjust tht-ir accounts at the offices virtue of a Docree in Cljanccry b said cause at Fob of Ear and Finger Ring", Gold Guard* a;d
u Keys Vrst Chain
Ifl Seal*. Gold and Silver
fJent the :'iiihi, and increase in numbers anJ An.l ErrUe 0:11 November
to unless term said
a VftL power. I of llio Treasurer and and of Court, I will -xp f e for Pencil",Gold Pens.Gold Silver
ba bav' I seeji inoro In .his evil N arrested by soma tiiivly inteipn., i.tio.i i. 3. liirJifJ,.That thb subject bwn' of pjramormt the Comptroller, title, ia front of the Court Ilosi.-e door, in M iiticelln Sleeve, Collar and Bos"m uhton.*, SilyerPart Spectacles, Cold
fl tlH f.tia! imp -rf iscv t.> nil!! (-thori, and the xrelfarc jf the jfltfl-Cfli6': time has been found altogether Jffu'ron County, on the fir t Monday in January, ,
of tim A'ciiizfii t Shell Card
ntTilit' i"-1 'ri !c and( Pa1rio'n!' day: must con nt lengtwhen I Stutp Caie: Gold and Silver Thimblesfin
: ( "r m"r focoflt>inn our Lope* thi) hnppy nml lr09)PrOuS land chall: be covered in Lez1atare tlip npiuion, tint of the this Governor meeting reqniria of the ? a call cf tic tnsii: cient to make out and put in type wit\\s' >2: vJL'.n: li'5-.J LCUTJ, a Cvft lij tr .t of Lund, tt> Kan. Silver and UurMo Combs.
State be nnd i- AUo
Mantle Clocks Table
SS rpoiuiiyofrtirCniM. with bloOvl and carnage, and( lhi allar.of bejeby rfsnecffuDy requefcted to emveijc the General the? .minute, .extended and particular statements The n 5 of the N E 4 "f Soc 3t in T 1. of R 5, Nan Tray*, Piated and Silver Ware, Silver, Tablr Knives and Tea Tea S

o whiel|, l' ih!> progress of improvement our religion aul i our liberty, plml'l !l' deseserateil Assembly) Ir tint purpose at ci early jx-rioil required of these officers by the law. '1 II ; the V J of the N IV 1 i.f Sec 3. in T 1, of <|Iooni. Plated Spoons, Forks, Ctrarn and Soup La-

EcPry Tin* 'htgtd, .vt1' cultivated! amii' with tho most appaiiing auJ most atrocious .Juht H.i'tzell' thon uiJre.sed Ue nu-ctin on tie! Tho l R S. S and E. ; nnd (Tie N W i of the N E i t-f S G, dU, Plafnl Waife"., do. Tea Set*, CsMor, C-indle-
t rnsnil.t.''i; 4)1 the "itfrior-our tvatif crimes. Mibjttt of the Ile. lutit>ns, in a fwib'e speech if a- Reports will appear as early dtittng the in T 1, of R 5, S and E, containing iu all SCO acres, hicks Sobr Limps, Silver and Gilt Girantlolt-s.!

: t$ bou an l hour iu l tigtK lie sdil tie! moveiiie&t vraa present ioith: as poss-iMe. S more or te.4nl Also fine double baneiled Gnus
-Srntind. She and Gatr.3
) & CIU 1i tb' ..1tantilit'ir hi.ti. Hut there is hop1?, tlI2r,. is safely against I one ia which the TilwSe! State was vitally inlfresteil. aLo ten Negro Slave* of the following dc- Bags, and Flj k- !tine pocket Knive Porte Monmef,

l ler:1"i: thit'jt snutiIyiiig ;irsa.t this impending, danger. There! i is moral sindpoliucal IS I Tlatt the j'roe'jxiity of the \\hole Stale was l .-.-
ii:' th.'ir inavilaciories, il'-Hr vast 1ri'igti viiUie enough in the great body of tj.! bv the prtsewe! of tlie I.idi.iu4: in nay portion of the her uutiibor of Uhckwood is received. Contents Very a woman arid her children. Purclioaers to pay Siropi &c.
'n, '! SMt Tliat iinini ratioji \vts: p.-evor.tt-.l an.l for titles. Conition?, Ca L test quality and .
,. :nrc., their fiteamsJiiis aid; American pefip'e. There is patriotism enough!I extansivtf general ortmenf of P rfumerr, p
) r nons cf rich nii.l valuable -The Dramas of WILLIAM BUDD JLr.c.
c.> :itryvithL"K! Henry Taylor ; A Lc- : TOWLE & MYERS.
*" railroads and to save our Union to .
: ( save
*. 'ihr: &kgrap1ui our : (non svttlenK-it, by tlieir pre -nfe ia the"Suite. He gent of Gibraltor; Matrr in Chancery. December I r. 15.M. 43

4 (fJr'Ig:'' .i k bay C1rryi1i l1flfl and S4ve our liberty. And the hint', it seems s.ti.l hit the Indians in I8S1: br: soli-niu treaty, b'Jpiihtcd I'uiis : ; German' Letters from Jefferson County, December, C, 1851. 43 5ted S .

m'mev. :%tld nt'reindze-.... to me, lias come, when every patiiot, no mat ti lewvc Fl fILL, awl l to gtYV t of the MiMjpi ) *- ; The Snb marine: l'ckgriphi ; Aly Xov- For Sale. S
; vLye a valaib! and 1, or: Varieties in Lile Part XV 1'ostpun Side-Is. Monday in January.In .
suitable KuglUi
a' c.trryulg, tVllh (ilL' hightizitig' I'lill what latitude; he may live, no matter; I M-cti' !if thj ; : No.; 9 and 10. in the North Addi

.f..a., il h*<* '. ': -ad will; of unu, lh rt1i). what: political p-trty he may belong should be c expressed ututry bad thi'iusIvos bwn s.-1'M-tcd! woll f jr!tiic'n.. 'l'it Lucy h iJ ,I 'Lhi Master 'I'hiet-a Xorso i'opuir! Tale ; Chancery.IN :r LOTS of the city of Tallahassee with all
as s >J with the
j < c Day-Dreams
$3tlhifl? our p '( p- in willing to s.icnfhe his local prejudices and I n-5-irJcd them ; but instead ci pe aif.tniiia t-j the uatry>- nf an Exile ; Autumn Politics.HAE2IED. LEON CIRCUIT COURT. the improvements then on. consisting. cf a

11 tflI : ;* and Itinhing our coun.i..e.I parthliiies: la< party ties mind attachments upon vb-ioU'i of the treaty, they bt-gaa a hl wJy trar up.iiour pn David C. Rincy and> Harriet France, his Wife, Excctora out dwelling buiU: 'njs house and with clo commodious a Store-house Kitchen suited and ctLcr.

U l Ii' (If i; the altar of his cftUflry. Fur what, sir,, pt";[>!f, aid yit hold p'isseaJon) of the cointrv.115 .- of Latiiacr ArmUtcad, deceased, e'zj I totk of good The Lot contain to a moderately -
: .i-' s u 1 the Scminoh w. r closed with the At Nc'im.insvL'lo, Fla.on the 11th alt Rev. Mr. V., one
> \, not i'i ftuKul! field* of the inte'V ate pirty nun's, p-trty i-4t-4 and jrirty: ties, c-\pr<;- unu"ri by Armfstcad acre each. The whole will be old cheap as I havt
i. i,,1 tui tbu.t the Eujjcnis and
Jiajj Litlians Mary Arniistc.-ul Executrix
were to be remove 1 and IlalliJay, Dr. T. A. BRADFORD ,
Lite of TulLhassce
In1 r. irtiiMviul: chi-'* lj! ( Allan. when compared wi.ii .ur duty as Ar.ericanriiizvMis the iindewtandius of Marcus A. Annbtcad, tloct-a-'ed. concluded to leave the State. For further particular
i was IktinHly rc >fjiiw'"l! by the to Mrs. FllAXCES
',' a" !l' ''r u" J''k''} and* P'"vi>r, which will -when compared with( tha bight ant II I bite Piff5ii'titof the United States as u pledge to the V. DULL, of HinUvilk, Ala. JNDER tho Order of the Court Iii the above cntitletl anj.Ivto'December ; JAMES J.OLIVER.
t tfI
.. .:, li.-ar; 'f 4I1l? |nti-rt: in * -- --- -- --- --- ------- .
1 'J'ii '*'IJ clly 44 f tb I' *toiaic, i h'nVn'f 1 i-In who loves ptrty more than be loves his H tt. t no opp&KtT uiea nuvene.1 (1 llie action o! j the- a a 'g""-' I jKiiiiifrsiiiu null f>i ij. t ,)L V. i'.rilliMCaU, Will Desirable Residence for Sale.
; (i- Girgia ia ttiiuilar un--taiices) auiJ I.ointel to her f ensuing Municipal election by ba olferc'l for sale at Public Auction, to wit :
: ( dhitlg.su! ; and healing his un- country' who contracts his patriotism and examp'e'! n s one to bif..'!l->wed by us. He said that MANY VOTEIiS. I. Lying in L.on County : a.iI rIIIE 9ub criberwi.hcs to ell I residence
". i ,)'!'ll!) '. i>! i'nn< a seen i*! this ru it S whose aiT'clinns cumi<;t embrace his whole as IODJJ as she! waited fir the Gonont) Goveranit-nt to \ The E. A cf Sue. 1 1, the S. "\V. J nnJ the \V. J o f i'L:; situated one and a half milts North West

,|U.1 ,ii-:. >t. It <:ha>:e aud urait'ilul'Clj : ( with its distant houndaiies and great aft ; as lo-i'' as )tiIt l rt'fued-on promises made by the j for J/a//or, this N. W. J of Sec. 12, T. 1, R. 2, N. & Ii. containing _.:; .thL. of Tallahassee.! The place contains one hun

i < ] t* ;c etMtlpiwe t and p-tiu-i I i resources, is unworth}' the name "American fieaenJ Govcnuncnt, the suffered a* we now suffer, I JOHN W. 562 31-100 acres, Icing near the plantation! of Join tired and twenty acres of Land, of which tight acres
n.iir" felled tt-iili ihe '1 citizen." but as so-m as the tjok the mal'r b her own hands, AROYLS.Covnfilmcn. Parkhill, Esq. are cleared ai.-d enclosed with a new fence. The improvements
..- ;> ii'-nt' trophies the Ia !Lui were ut once expell- from the St.ite, and Also, the E | of the N. 7. J cf S-'c. S2. \7. } of coii-i- of a framed dwelling hou?e, 3.> by
'.MII ji .i'i<_wiifa mo Ms
', ..,'L, r si-net* atil; phiixKopiiy to lUeirvihins on the greatprin<*ip|< sof the Constitution, and wtMli! Lt4)> her"Treasury. lie believed fiUtuer reli- T.R. L HAY\7ARD. 11 A. SHINE. the S. W. i and of the W. J it the, S. II J of See. 2t?, a sub tanti.ilbj.rnand a well of excellent water. S

.. I! ; ih wan* ?i< :wl 1 forui' sine national: party fur the preservation! j fof nee on tl.e! GencnJ ijov Tnmcut as usoles.-*, and was ALVA BfcTTOX.HOI'KIXS r. ix OKA\V, a* was allotted to JL ArraUtead iaa partition with II. Terms iiiaJe known upon jsrplicstion toJESSE
.. lite Union. iu f:ivor of Lmitcdk'tu Stite action, and a all session A. A. FISHER. W. Bradcn. known as Rock Haven ; P. SMHIL
;., g f : 1nre.tInn (, of ih'> Let tbt-* lie done, and the al.ilitimiisis I j E. B. CLAHK continuing 2(50(
i of the Le-i-uttuns; for that p.rpisc.: lie 8aid he did JAS. M. WILLIAMS. acres, all in T. 2. P.. 2. S. it E. December t 6, 1831. 43 3m
: wiiii'Ii t Irti and i is still ( and fiee-soilers!! he S
contrilm- disarmed of
,4 :ni- u >l tear t b h" cxjMniiieidvtt: to the St tskinjj the : Th above will be offered C r sale l>eft re thc Court:
.,i ii i. h i" '1i'!''' wt-atoh. and fain ,f our their' ;power. No longer necessary to give u.4t'iT in Lai-l: liait a precedent already i&ittud, by j| Chalmers' Female College. House ia Tallahassee! on the first ilonday in Januarvr.ext. LL0YDTs DAGUERriEAN ROOMS.SKYLIGII1' .

\ '" ,,) ",\i'',.
,, ,,, ,, j-,,, %VII the! implements; of his artf! artst'J by eiiht-r-their infl.ience lost, Liw uli utvi-ssary exjieuecs: incurred bv the btat- in ehi-a-j j f into operation on the 1st Monday in January nest, uu-pro Terms f.r all the Land', or.e-tliird of the purchase GALLERY.
\vili tiog their removal!, anti coneluJel by vranuly urging ditbe ili' direction money in cash, an J the balance m n credit of
,;, .,; K-C ara 1:13: tl-? bt'ItiCIUt: $ of man- sink intii insi2ni.icanr { a adopti.m reflations. Purchasers will! for title OVER Open daily from
the *'at .' tl e ji% .' into their t'rigi iitl The course of Stu lie-* will bu ample, and the insf rue nay r'aper.IJENj. ,, M. to
[ i. U re i i "|iM p< arrange; : eernet1s.Uut Gen. iiiit')u then odJrcbsed the met tins; in favor of tic tL-T. F. V.'IIITNER. 4, P. M.Octobir -

!M-n': m'tlif l j-vcinn: 'ni, carrying isIe1Lincis j ji hit fthonli] !Ik (.ts theic is, ;perhaps, gootl ( the ifsohitioiifi, and urged the prv>prkty of :& caUdui S the State.ugh-cin l to that ia any otLtr institution: Master in Chancery.ovetacr IS, 151. 41 S

:; tiPs c"u'n' t'i 'V 'ry extri-iiiity of onr !I r eai.a to j ieir) tint ptrt> ties and love of par h csi1n3 of Lc-giblature! nut only f r the purpose of j The n-tired and pleasant location of Scct *bcro' its I, 1851.; 43 5t [Sentinel U --

,!rv. Il -rc. i '. ve 'rIe, in tliir i-1'J I 'y power and par'y rewnrJs are too Mroug to j I :'w t&Lug, on the In.H.ifi ni'iAfitm.lii.lil.A, ,,tiriirliv) i exemption ftORl all inducements to gayety rind txtravlujance ; 5 ALady
( ): f great imIxittnt but aiao for the At Chambers. graduated at the GreenLw* N.
purpe tf..} in 3rofs WHO >, FcmaTa
the other
nil re.11'att'' *. ''"* 4'eflhl4divj yield to pleadings and of patriotfi or expenditure- :
re spirit prayers ittd the C1Ldittah'Ii money pe- the Cks if
4i I of the S..ate i.i te sutject it : Petition to flreciore ( < > 1849,) desires a situation
cuiLirly adapt to the
'p I tfl if a rnty pr'sjt., iii. i>:n, and no National Uuiou ran party be I jo f the !iith: Sybteln. 1I& rtt-it wtj the rthtiis of I ailars. letjniii, education i.f yonn Sadies. Cir JJortyaye. as Teacher, either in a public school or private family.

? ( ta's liet it i, I t formed by accession* frmn the Whig and De. the Uaited; States with EnijhJi 1, Fr.mce rnd Sp'iiii, | ti on. i<\ will tie:j the gent course to those nf studies who the de.sir rates thiui.f tin Samuel Carr!, Apply to 1) G. Livingston. M.idLon C. H, Florid., '

T.,.. ': te-nli-iiws and couIriJ l ofzi. ivritton j jtmcralic ;pirtteu throughout the country \vith- ai.'J tifKitt.u'ieJ tbcr<' was evidence of luniKc f ulhiff! on ( Tlw follouin Kcnrlern consiirute"nay IJoard cf William M.K. Perry. or to M. Townscnd. Bencettsvillc, S. C.

C' : ;tii"i..liat' pat a mount law, intdc.V '*)' !! out rg.rJ: to localities an.l geographical dis- e the t-w.prt ly. and of each that; cf it these wca tlrucf-r great powvi's us to meet toW4 jrdb sueli thii Tnistivto v.laoii n-ferfiii-e may l>e made : TT appearing to -vitisfaetion of the Conrt, front Novtn.rer29. 1851. 47

-, 1'i'ui'i'' '' I'"" ''l'<' C'Mitrul of tflvir !Rulers... j| c rinuiuatoihis, then, a* much as 1 have clejw- : greater H Ifcmac!, .J. Turfciir. li-q. lion. IL V. J..l.a-rn. bc-yond the limits of the State
linn ulitr t'i* iritry. andt Florida K. : TY: virtue of an Order of the CourL of Chancery

1-in, of mankiii.-!, has such a ji"ctac!<' Wiivt I b 1 s v, as a citizen of) ile Uni! 'rt, and of I fr Madio'n County, I will exposi for sale, upon

i; 'J, anl:I IICUT( ia our own t'nMiifuI lus- ; proud of his birthright! nnJ j<', !..'! of his priv- Gtiird n aris Oovernintnt; tluit we but were entitled to ar:;s iruu tl'C J1,ucker, Dsq, JUIM* C. Whlt-ikr E-q. real property in the town i-f iIonti -.-lIr>, (to wit ige: anun I the iir4 day" ofJanuarv uwxt. lifore the Court Ilnr.on
: ttluit of in
owing door
!/\ tusih*' Extu'iitive jumvr lievn (1'IOitQ4J! ( i! i 4'a l'ge-s-rts an Atrifiiran. that t'.e time ha>>; I i t O7gauz.it!
; ju-iT. iir tirini-r hands, tliati Ibo'e of our j 1 come when thf South should sta'ul: I on IUM i i ani that the militia cou'-l! not be or ..ujizJ e.w-i CKOotfY M. liOOCJrf, A. JI.IVincipaU.. of DiiiJt1 Section :Sn, in T >v.nl.ij> 2, North of Range 5 East,) deceased. Tern s-.-rne-third cs,.Sampson h, balance If.in Butler,

Chief M.ijii; >tra'<', who has not only i I'nion organization. When ihe Whigs Midi1'Deitiot'iatg ; '.g t') a df.oi in the tus'ituli >n, mid ar tu-d tLat a ;. ll. iT'cernbcr i- the by wild Perry to one Ge4re W. Ctlzf-r to secure I two years, bearii'jj eight per ctnt. uittrcst from one anti
43 3t payment of a note fi.rJ8S (jt). and said day
&iic.l! -ii by
1 : in South frbou'd f> (>nf the Le ibluUirc was i. -ct.-> to of
tne sac.
itt-J thi> la\v- with iinn-.css und fithtiiy.g : forget forj j .iry i* .s..rsnpa.i I Gulzer assigned to pluiali.? and
m.ikc thut appear plead to the
Jincnt. He I i
| ; : amen nlsj conclu-.U-d! ad'voea-
!his; hid the u'iojiim and I tin* parity to give ail pat differences of opinion and difier- j tin; the adoptloa of the ittcjlutioiu severally by i Just Arrived. same accoriLng to law, orthirnUc tie same shall be R. G. MAYS,

MCMTV di-jiiri., : lit of iht' jiuveronicm with i ewe of poliry, and act tog.-ihcr for the prser'atjiiii z ag tkteni. appear- "1 HAVE just received by the List vcs9fil from New taken Provided J-TO con/wo that om ianst them : Madison, November 20 Cimmixsiitntr, 1851. 47 and Jieteiver.6t

W: W, talent; of our c.t1'irv. 'j vHu of our institution Let them stand to- j Ou iJioliou of Hon. G. S. Hawkins, it was resolved S -If Y .rk. an invoice of men's women's*, children's,arm! this Order be publi-hed in some -

: thrre an1 tr! *pcttacl< s, claiining i t srelner as an united people: -as one jufl | ariy > j that the Secretary furuish ail the jiap:rs in Florida i it tnt's Shoe, c-Burri-'inj mansitvles not herc'o&reo. public four newspaper montLs.[ in Tallahassee at least once a wetkr Sheriff's Sale.

a nri'liin' at1 i waniiinjj the h<*art (>f i1i' paj 1i'i i j (. nun, ready to act in conjunction with hat M;ith a copy ti..tt of the the proceeding of this rncetLig, with a .'i re { b this market Thtnare alo four cases J. WAYLE3 BAKER, Judge. BY virtue of .1 Decree of Leon Circuit Court (in
r request same be (. irleincn's
p'lU'ishfcd lloota
I ': in the North whether it l lu' the ; $ asMited to which I invite attentiif. I- December C 1851. Chancery,) wherein the heirs
tri'i1.' Tir-i nioii'jinctit$ of purest* marble n- j puiy j ivhig or On woiija of A. Ii liu-a, liq, the medingthen aJjourucJ. Tiie above will be soU low tO <-l L.C a coaignjui4it 48 4m Robert W. Williams. LaFayette and
tins; 'n rai-1; gr.uUeur on Ihft! lianks ol th<* tiie J JI1 democratic party: which will give the beat J. \VILLIA1W Tru-tee under! alignment from
> the [Unii.n
iir, tii" vi'u'itary' : trilie: of a grateflI ; a ..matjces htt it will hold no connection, no J. J. FIXLEY, Chairman. I December) 6,1S31.IS 110 Monroe f-t. In Chancery.In R. Bettn is Bank defendant of Florida I are plaintiff ,and Turbutt
!; C. C. YOSGE Sivr _A She Circuit Court c.f tae Mate cf I. have levied upon, and will
relation of + ? Florida S
.: friendship with eitherIreesoihrs
t. of llc illubliioils no affinity
; o .1'! tiiPtiiorj ( arrival from
i. i'1' Jru.'lut t which every Slate in '' < r abolitti-nists. From my eat lienti rca I Hew Yorlr.JICi city of Tat1diasee,
t'i< 1.,133. aii't fevvry\ Socii'ty, und *' i youmIi-fi-4)zn my earliest! recollection! I have : 1 : Flour, f. r Wafile Cakes, ic., Smith t t Dilwortb, On I>nd virynun'un. Instinct stronger than Eeasss. .Lt <, V.'
'oni Starch within
Puddings. Cu-tards ic. legal hours the described
l.na: the Ailaalic to Uit P44'a i!>, j cherished the. warmest and most ar<3-nt ui.. Instinct i* IV3i Soun.-U DaviJ II k Scott. wit following Land to
a quality or indefinable something, eora- Clwiring Cofile, : SS.
i \ tac-hment to the Uuinn and I shall holt! it Rill .! .- -.'.-.'.-'". aVO? vi me occnon 'M: ,
;- i.i'/.nj' its <:uti>:o] ui1uL4'} ; and %rliit* it to asI Powdered IIore Ilai'Jh.Cliet'e A -
; mon to rites as well man but doSncJ E. of Section
as ; reason u heirs ipf A. B. C. Sfott, deceased, to the payment i 10. and
!, i'' ,r l'.e' in in, of the itnuiortul II.11 U I th lad hi4q-f of my country, ad luc last lioie rtefite for Lunch,
j ; N.
try < to be a faculty or power of xaintl, and ati such appertains SulaJ for cf .ia account due Complainants. E. 4 of Section :SO,
? iiliMor. t Driny, TN this caoe. it appearing to the satisfaction cf the All in Town-hip 1. Range 1, North and East In

-) 'I'-.,I '.' ( ly! th la-t, *ud iff.i rinfj of f his i| derthe. i IfliiVx1ifl5 of the Cotisiiiutioti.v iu.i'f al.ii'b we ecvcral ideas, and deduce Supt-iior Cliixilate, JL Court that David II M. Scott does not reside b the, LaFayette Tow nship, containing nine hundred and

P .- ,, u to lueinetumy uf the FaUjeroft f| ; Ste our gallant Ilig. our liruail shipes, a:..! comjiarc conse- S.iM-h; Olives.(! French anti Eng. Jlcu-tard, State of Florida but has tied, to part unknown, but sixty acres cf land.
LC iUiln.: j 'orig'it' stars withdrawn from any poriioa ol S!t tt q1e1zct. fr..u the rclatii ns xrbuli coani-ct them.Man .- I'uklos, 1'reseives, &e. ic.UEIUIY. no out of the I'liiied States : Levied upon as the property of Turbutt R. Bettcn,
i i, aocorJin to Locke, cstrtase in tS.ts act the
v .ths4 cj J ano'licr more Lnm lti. 1ut im t ;, land or the water over which! it waves. IL T. BLOCKER SherifL
I reasoning. both sagacity and illation" zad in such a Decei.bcr C, 1851. 43 appear and answer, plead or demur to said Bill on or ,
!i'.Vf.j:': !, tiun;! of H'sjHirt for; iliis ffre
i .'. ii :niTh! < twrnb of Washing-col; on 'ither bounduty of our Na ton with- i manner as to display four distinct powers. These are For Sale. same will lie taken fur confjssed as to Lira, and set

'!'. vi!| k! ow. tiatid* on th-j tight hank of drawn from its protection. And I advocat" i intention, m'Jh'xl,jndfftucut, and illation.1C I I down for h' mn'; tf park : To the Public.
valuable Plantation
-.: l'L'lflC.!( A* ihe rfe'am'T in which I[ an organization of the South, not to ever, not ; then, the brute bo denied cither of the'e, bu j "THE j. River most belonging to the estate on of the ApalarLicr late Reuben> aj Prov'ul-d, Tkit tiw Order lw pub'.i-hetl C.r four I CONCEIVE it to be a duty to myself and my

'I' a ntrsiMirt.'r. nj ;>r H<'b >d Moinl V<'rnon, 1 to divj'ie the South from the. North, not to tie-. j I cannot be said to reason, any more than those animals j jwhi'h cks. dfcwised, known aa fie Ilick Place" lyiiujI b.La.see mJntLs (weekly prior to in the some sail new.fir>t ruttT Monday publL-hod in! April in next Tal- meat suffering of F\CTS fellow-citizens: to make the following stata-

I :en but the Union which pronounce articulate sounds, can be saiJ to thfV -st bank of tha River Calhoun .
iTt County.I
-if s-i-p-n'U'd 1iir stroy, to save: on mu.tj (1 i
y ; rapid Ut, tlie ; I I BAKLPs JuJ e. Ou the 7th November, at the residence 'f Rev. II.Saxr .
.:' hrr iiri'-'uncry w hinboj, t.eI: :! fflij j: depend( the peace., the safety, tfw prosperity) I sjxub, wace they are iniaoablc of conceiving I be idea I coiUiii.iii the)< nineteen of it hnndred nt.e und bottom fifty-cipjlif ama! a brake half A true coiiv. -Attest : n, I was severely attacked by Neuralgia, aecomp.'aiied -

,': y"\!'' un t!> nn'*otb bosom i 1 f tho ma-'s. '' and power of the Ameriran people-that JM>W.t expressed bv the word viiich they utter. Languaye l ntTK hnl' :--aoout most 500( acres cleared flYer, and in or fine cane state for C. G. FIFE, Clerk. by high Fever. The least perceptible! motion

: .' ''i : 'r-: a- *!: jii already felt; amid respected in every( indeed i something more titan the u'.tc-raiicc of mere j ciltlvation; with gornl utr work a-i 1 other valuable December. G, 1SS1.; 43 4mIa was attended by the most excrueutbg paia By a

', .'le1' '.<.!:.-I! m itirufutly. At the first iiole t''lan'l and on o\erv tt sea, anH. if not t>t'h1iictruc.. '1 j arliculale sound It implies thought and reason | improvement*oil it-will be oILre: at private snle Chancery. crniiLination King was of f"rtunate I immediately circiunstauci-, Dr. Snath"hi strvices D.

S > U! si.i'iiji,: :, stnj, every passenger, nn, live, i is th'siim-d, we may fouiJly liope, under Kociiited with the words, and as brutes can neither j' until the rir-t Moa lay h! January m-xt the, (1 -5.;,) wlu-n bid-1 i In the Circuit Court of the State of Florida and ia present twenty-dur hours he had engaged alleviated* mysutft -
it will! l hM t-xpo-nsd at publ-c to highest
1 "rvh or wh-MKw he ca/ne, no matter tlie protection of Ili-uvcn, to make its kiting: i combine thought with articulate sounds, nor unite nor j dir, if not w,!d bf.ire. For outcry fcrtht-r: urtiiilars, applvtj held in and lor the County cf Jefferson.B. rings consJiTably, and now two weeks prcct'ely

Ll iJffu -l, tirvihiy' im mwd with Jhe! o. i i3flmij inios; : ion on all the. :utioti3 of the earth- separate ideas, they are incapable both of reason and |! liURV/KLL: K. V.'ILKKS.| Executor, Walter Taylor, from tlie date of attack, I am a well man. This is ia

i th,. c.-usion, ropaiied in silence IcS j', !' not l II y battles, not by successful and desolat-S of speech. Ii.laIiiLl Grove, Yir ini i, <
wu.,1. MI ?the( l lEt, which gave Iee lies,L I 'ing wars, great as is our power in arms, but L Alliiuiiijh brute animal are taM to be \rbolly incapable \V. V I I ITI. Quincy, Fa. David E. M. Scott ten Kiy to injure Dr. King. These I pronounce miyht fa'se a,

'; of'f t.vurava f Washington. I Uve, !j''i by moral acbicvemenis-.-by the c' Iit2'i-t' of of infnta! induction, lave no capacity for acquiring Det'embir. 6, isfl.13 5t [ScntinA 4t Bill to oubjpct tw! interest of Defendant a* one of the and unftnindtil ujxjn truth justice, and now testify

:- r l u J.-i J ;a ni iro fi'eiinjf and I impreeswLi ,- |, ';iiiid and the victories of peace, \viici! '..vihctri.y I I : knowledge, or of exercising dominion over ----- For Rent. heira>mUsory of A. B.note C. Scott and,accounts deceased,and to the interest panient the of ra that I firmly believe that my present health is ow ingwlhilly
S S pri oa and t> the influences
j solely > healing of Dr.
tho iiiini of Washington i is as- civilization, Christianity ami civil li!>erty Ijjsir own or other specie*, they are cujtable of being 'rilE Plantation belonjiti'zto the estate of L. II.] same due the Complainant.TN Kind's met Heine. This publication i is unsolicited by

) J %vlIt' } .ill that is .Wrtc-du is nl'i.u.u.nus from this Continent to Asia-from the Miss taught to da a variety of act which bear a very 1 JJranch. lyiiu; on Lake !lamoniv fourteen nnle S this cautc. it appearing to the satisfaction of the Dr. King, who may be found, when not professionally

tt'hh Union and Lil *Hy ; !>6ippi to the Indus and the (Jan es. \\'hat t clo-'e resemblance to progressive improvement. flirdo I ort1 of Tallahaoec.; There sire about 450 acres ofj ..urt that David 1-1 M. Scott does nut reride Li the engaged, at Dr. \\ ilii.im Fri-inon's on Lake Jackson.

I !S" A '! '| <1 iht'i-ih that l pn.ioutiJ rpa'll Ameiiean citizen, hming one glow of palrioiism and other animals have gome times been: taught to j I op.-n bud with! K<**1 inIrvcmcnti. State of Florida: but !has rtjd to parts ur.kncnvn, but NATHAN S GOODMAN.
"' aiiVti fr of that enthusiasm I 1J It' not sold or "vated j.rira1.before the fir t Mon not out <>f the United States : November 2?, 1S51. 47 2t*
m the iinin. and vjituis i'v one spaik g"ittiiti" :\I J mimic man in the irc-cminent and ennobling faculty j i day] in Jairaary, it will. 4>a that dav, be rented to the It :* thrrrfvr* Ordi red. That sai-l David E. M. Scott

Hn-Mti.' ; to riitiiJi.ss lnu-1 will W fyiKl|, :fur liberty which belong o our rare, would: ofpirili.. Leibnitz, the German ]ibilns itlior{ claiun j il l highest bidder, before ttii! 9 Court ilouju door ia tl iacity. appear an 1 answer, plead or demur to said Bill on >rhffoiu Notice. .
:' '<'" I H to have taught his doj to repeat accurately the entire11i1)llab4it Monday April or same weeks after (late. the under.igned apply
; a'd-r, ,mtljf : j j1 of interest and aggrandize. JOSEPH BBANCJI. ) will 1 ht taken for confessed to hi.i. and down
kL Jfc0 |)ftJ !) :ttiii 1 a'e J"-rty 'f uiiMiid.f ;incut for the accomplishment[ of CUds so go-! J. II l'R.AtNCI!, ) for hearing ejc pnrtt : ofglton, State of Florida. for Letters of Adrmnjs.tr.ttio .
% : : about thirty word ia rrauch, (but the dog spoke Dccembrr1lSl. 43 4t J'aoii1iL That this Order be for f
rn published
I >ur
%r, the of Daniel
in their infiuence. on estate A.
a tLn! cfrtifufcncf 1 j !ri.tu$ to our and s< bappy Mclver. deceased.LAUCHLIN .
leel and i country
| wAo Uut i iti &fcr hit inr.ths intune
%i ;a--n-lv in : niHHU-r IM*] first rn weekly : iww-pnfwr published ia Tattahascee L.
? iUiiiliiy of< ur inMiiuiions on the dtMitty of all *inanUitiil.I Notice.SIX the sa.i 1 tirt hi McKINNON.
pronounced the words.) Jlr. O'Kolley' celebrated prior to Monday April. Walton County, Fa., Nov. 22, ll. 46 6w
;I.,' i'H''' 1''J'S I' 'o 'Inl'MlCC! ftIt9 I tvtib high respect, your feilow-citlzen, Parrot which with about wetli after date, I -l.all npply to the Ifrn. I.). J. WAYLES BAKEU, Judge.A .

:VCfti! llrt lllV um f<<>6 f'on1 dan Pw K. CALL.Jos. repwittjd accuracy twenty Opt: Jtid ef Pn.Inte if Leon County fir' true cony-Attest: Notice.

:; ; ? my *11'1'1"; "4Ie( Ibe isd( Ctasr, Eq., EJitor Flwil-t Sentinel.Hemoval of the popular songs of the country, find sting them l lftt 'r of c'lmiiii-stiation on the estate rif Jonathan 0.Padrkk C. G. FIFE, Clerk. days after the publication of this notice
Urt : im to appropriate tunes, vas not remarkable for intelligence lato of said Coauty, dcccastt.It. December (>, 1831. -13 4m THIRTY ;
of William
.-S nniii /'lie A ic.iiftN. S Bellamy, will
cf ths Indiaas.AccMdinw iu any other respect T. BLOCKCR.DocemUf In app'y to the Honorable Judi e of the Middle Circuit
"f"**' ib flViI dan Chancery.In .
; r lUr m ', :tbn.11 any to previimB nc-tiee, a meeting of tLo people Unite animals, then,though devoid of the noble and C.1P51. 43 Gt Court of Florida, for permission to sell the following
;; ; .
,., Ihiugh t.t have -------S. the Circuit Court of tha State of Florida Land, to wit !
of Jadwei la-Id at luc Cwt Ui>ube ini
t'Jiuity wa ennobling faculties of reason and of speech, are nevertheless For Hire.
;, (::1 / (wJnilirt a happy and pro. i Mdrunua tin tlw 2lk irtst, ti e..IIikl'r tu s uubjcct of hold: in and for the C unly cf Jefferson. The W. 4 of the N. W. i of Sec. 15, irt T. 2. of R 5
invariable law tf their
ih $ Mit 1 lie by following an nature NUMBER likely 'errocs. Daniel Ladd, N. and K, lying, beini and situate in the
c ??) % i,.,.j "T tn.iy but tin the rvuiovol of the Iu J nrnink.i.i saga-: JOSEPh BRANCH vs. JeiTenton, and containinr ti'hty .
bc tv1r1. n ti'ai *fli s h ui- (hurL b. llawljiiw, Msj.J. I Adrn'r. acre"
I ; ei- to u.ne the idea without the jMx.'liail drct ofPopa J. II. lillAXCH } Daid K M. Scott SMITh
: f the' J. Fialcj! MAS colled to the dilir, aui! C. C. oug I SIMKINS, Adm'r.
f r :" ; ) Vu.auf| wu jps C, 1851.; 4S Sit JeiTerwn Co. Nov. 22, 1S51.
December 46
'-: pa s S Mliili. the! plemeuts of 'I'ue Chair briefly explaiued the object r>{the raMing Instinct mnt go rLlit, tliongli reason may go wrong heirsof A.B. C. Scott, to the payment of a judgmentto -

J ". '.!? ., ,! '"*""i c nvMj in are still I IS and on IurtiIi <>f ALirn. Th *. B.ltzeU, it \vxs rew /hilKt} how-it ,itHtinst conies a volunteer, rt>nMin, mi Notice. and interest MI the same due the Compninazit.N Notice.

:. >r,?, '"n l"?* lmiio'nTh e i is flHiiri r !i i'i !ht-J thjt u c unutitttic 'f five !lw uppiuUJ to dial | all occatioiiit, coiiu-s at our call, Is varied at our will.. ,t LL pr-rvmi who bare any iloimn-I against tin- this cau'e. it appearing to thu sutbfaction of tin SIX weeks after date, the undersigned will nppl-

'i L L''Wi.' >u.i.rati''>'i uf the luwtia ; und and UMV! to sib! >me tho purxisu| of man in the! purn 1e.ttattt' 4)f John B. Dori ett, ttLCea.-'Oth: late of Jefl Court tint David H M. Scott tIles not reside in the the II.norableJulge of IVobute for the County
1 ;? '!' rd and li we ,iiitgty the Cliair upjoiiit ,.l JJ.iu. Thus.ft. B.&tt.dJ U.J.L uit flf Irippincta. Ani'rti the nuuiy l rson County, Floiida, wit'! present them v/iilmut tiela State if Fl< ri-Ja. but has fled to jurta unknown, but of Walton, State of Florida, for Letters of Administration
.S (( !? < aw emI"'W L. CauyiljeU, EiqA. II. Jiuak, CL J. I. which unitmil) in-Unct%
S / ". ,. TheSa hj.i 1uvi, Pt.twati, au-f U'ni. I1u. S. Hawkins.Ou etitially from that of rcu. m, the followin;;: in'thecitv of Tallahawee.: who is my only authorized / i* t/trrfj'.re Ordirrd, That said Da id E. M. Scott WILIE BLOUNT. S
tI 11d
t-r (lie tUirn. Sbflfattr. ti.' C.iunittN' ix-tiri/i1' tj prepare res1utft* I. accoiuU related in the MrmphiEtujuircr, sent to me: agent To claims not prcsHited within the time prescribed appear and an-wcr. plead or demur to said Bill on or Walton County, Fa, Nov. 22, 1S51. 46 6w
:/-' '* rash and ,-cc-ktes ner. Ju l \Vumlwanl being loudly
"Jli ve f-d u *.co'diM.m witli th I.I : atU'aftu, ur iug with rtat eiru-zIe I reinemlHr to lave heard : All peiso'iH )indebted to -.ail estate, are requested I: will lx- taken for confessed aa to him, and set down Land, Negroes, & Stock at Auction

it''" fiiiiiT afT-ciion teo the iuuj-jrtiiuoe of a epecdy removal of the ludiw I Sixut ian CmrrMSTAxrc. riiabn! friend dctmli'd make immediate payment. fur hearing tr parlf : Monday, 15th December next, will be sold
V wih at
1. > ; ''haV'J""J? I[ from iirii'.. lie bod In* argument un thrcupoutuli recently to the Uditorof tlii' Mcmplaa Knouiitrtlu JOHN TILLERY, Adm'r.December Prtvikd. That this Order be publUhnl for four ON the plantation of John S. Isler the following
S i. V' Kp'.ken her ultimatum.: : Thctliuity of the SUte t'uut n-qulrcJ hortu < following nitigtibr iuiI 1 interesting Hcuirci-ce : 6, 1851. 43 St months weekly in some newspaper published in Tal property : Esq., -
1 a Iilw lu> citiztiiM mi'l drive the >IHSIIfrom herb Since the ( 'iimmit i-f tho) term f (he Cir p_ _
S ( ', CJ tl(* *litsi M u i.irv ofMi : prat&et r cotnm* < ---- lahassee prior to said first Momlay hi April next 6 Negroes,
I;nk-';p ""' sI-:rIte %Vjfl m, 14ng11r |lt B\H. .,ril<.r Sc m4, on tl lie gr uuJ! of itu.iiauity, Uut r.- cuit Court f'-r our County, it becairai necessary for Notice. J. WAYLES BAKER, JuJge. 160 acres of Land,

t.H ,L.er C"U""k( Sh whl l uavi, quiivii u* tu (P.wiie ti the aMULmcc futu- bnitli"rs j in Merri weather, btxitlu-r of tho gi.ntli'tnaii mme time weeks pfter date, I luau npply to the lie It A true copy-Attest : 40 head of Cattle,
--a, >!P n u.i II the E.it auJ tS'iiith ; aud tiiirdly, tli iK-volopju- of t-ince murdcn-1 in our county, to attend a* proftcutor.f SIX' c of Prolate in uil for the County nf JelTtrnr C. G. FIFE, Clerk. 40 tt Hogs, .
(.. ti-ii.s" Un'"a llltt priucinle* of thKfe. the n-tf'juicw* of thy juuiry, tuici he iiuibtt-'j tin tljprupriftj 5 PeUirwn, the perpetrator i>f the horriblu crime.It .-. fr- letters of administration MI the estate of William December 6,1851.t 48 -Jm ;SO Sheep,
: .;! "''f'' .Ci.trtj.mmi:; ; She will. 41 f having u cjlM b''SMua vf tlio LegwUit c al-o happened that he rode the hor> tkit hi* djCiia >n, KTa\lor, l Ltc of said County. dtvnf l.G 400 bushels of Corn.

S 'n-i.t,1i', "111 hid JHTmit ono w nl,, for tinjiurpo c, aui Ulaa iuuncJute ndion iu the 'eil brother was riding on the day of bis umnii-r! LORG E W. TA Y LOR. In Chancery. Also, Plantation UtensiL Terms made known on
ll'IU'r by lkterFoht. He wo* i i. the conijvjiy of some of
3 sale.
l- bi 7" f <
Circuit Court of the State of Florida in
l In the
( ''"'' llmi. TlK*. Paltedl, Cliairmaiifif tLc Commiltvp, fjnd.i. and! travrllwl: the p.-inio rca-L 'ihe I bor e M avery BERRY A ROWXES
-f..r .r1,1 or altered. Ii i ji* l Kr right'xi and !lutiujisrhi docile in nnd with : and fur .Ictlerson County. Auctioneer.
,? ":' (iI) 2 t4l tin- following pre.uuLo res iino n )iiitid hay, temper an November 15, 1851. 45 5t
4sp, : 'i-'ll'-'N kt constitutional risht, \ -h w 'r..* n 114 t intelligent eve. \Viien they nppro-u: buF r.c.-ir the are hereby notified, that J. JIcBrooka]I Thomas C. Mclvain

:? brt ;! wlauia: j cr iJ8i uli With It in i WjncucA the patirticc ao-J 1rhara'i'c if the v 50iti ficetiu of the" murder, tho bore iniiiiiA'ited evident THE(public. $.Oa, wasn-ci-ntly aiithnrued to settle : vs. Notice. if
pie ofFloriJa, utijithe r-i1cw'e oftlie lwibfl4 i.igni of nlirm: and restle.*. ni'i' Ob-w-rv) the wn- David R M. Scott
buM3esanJ tut ho has left the State of Fbi
Ibe e Iii lfls c1 this Hut, in cr iitniv<u cf ioeitn rtipuUtioiis b I:, gular conduct of the horse Merri weal her 1 Apposition; to ililt clearly treaty that they void n-inove iuldctl to repcatcil <>ut- give hint the rein and watch his movement Asbe ( him for tint irs of A. B. C. Scott deceased, to the payment or interested in the estate of fca-
mil the (
a(>*' < mUa liht"f ; Full t'Xi SI, rap; commit.U."i liy them, ia nios'-sen-intf lit luilni 'itftuceloM approached near tho sjiot of the murder, he elevated and;j.o\vcr hereby< attorney warn those givvn indebted to iw puto of a judgment and interest due the Complainant rah Daw Florida kins, (late deceased Sarah Hardyman,) late Jefferson

''it.: ; the N rth- 'fhie nbo!..1.M. inon, \vonien nad cliildrcu, Ijuinlii thtis has head and tail, and appeared t j b'J watchful I, make pfis1, payment to any one but to ills cause it appearing to the sati.-f.ictiou of the it County their claims and demands,arc hereby within notified to exlab-
aUdf il hirna.i nud dfvuttalbij the uUl'rt frequently
wllh wild faiiteisx Court that David E: M. Scott dues! not res-idc I in :hw: date, to the undersigned, or the will be .
r M- y4t fully atoned f>r-liav$ Itw-n cntiicly ini-phicoil! ]bii-ies vheii npprtliwi ivo of rlnngrr. Tlia iio- same bar
( their LEWIS COHN. the State of Florida, has fled to unknown, but red arid alt
Hare M11'1 aggreivc in nctiu m., parts ; persona indebted to the said
IUIVP ialofd ut'etJ our jv-ople to e] ri'1i and ij II- LAo auii.iul fin-illy MiU-U * Fhu 43 5t the
Doc. f. of United Slates
( : Monticcllo, : 1S51. not out : are requested to make immediate '
: irg-nizei'l
''r! : and untiring in their rinus UJiait: tu t> our inability to coii.jM-1 thtir removal courxi which the Uxly) of his A inner iruifter hid lieenc It i* thtrtf6rc Ord'rcJ, That said David E. M. Sco'tappear pavrnen' to

tj: jrf ythe Uajin| .a* tho inoktif.m wlaltt the dotcrn.inali'iii iftht savas;* s not tog: ', iiivy'-d by hs murderer., Ho finally -uchi-d the To the Stockholders.HE and answer, plead! or demur to said Bill on cr FRANCIS. A. bAWICNS;

u, ,(4 1 f('""- yi g Savory in the Suut ti. in l Hi'ly! and onfij itlv proclaimed by them in ins spot, finelt! the pniurl; and pav.vJ and snorted. lie( StorkhnUor of the \Vaclsa and Ocilla Nav- bt-fore the first Monday in April next, or the 'amewill JefTereon Count7Nov. 15 1851.Quiliried Exeeuwr,
l" lj as well n- then tfw>k u circle in the woodi at c moilcr.ite trot, hereby notified thiatt > 45 3m
:' ? B t H majority in jtti: II Ci&inpanv, art me be taken for confessed aa to him, and set down
S'U any:
*'l". :>:" 3i't litfcL
nwe ,f r1u2ziI onn A'4-lfirc! pence tuil ttwuihy (1 t the itilubttauts ri'silisi g rrpcritcd the mme cen-immy. This he did tenniltirnrs I SATURD.t\ lth: dr of December, fr the Provided. That thn Order be pulli-hotl for f>rr ] UST received at the
M J"10"! ility are ( t-c91t'utly t. n< :.ir lhetii, vbo are 1.cpt u a c Uut tate of I.]>J>Khtmj'Xi i iI MicocMKwi ; niul, when reinsi l up, it vaa wirh 0 i'leCtil a Prebtent, a hoard t.f Iirectci months \\ctkly in some published m Tallahassee I- U mont of Cloths old stand a gerirt-al ssort..
S..,. ,' r"' ''r(;''i u"v utri ( N4ici (ii lie aaJ uljnn, and iori\l of their pr. ptrty iuilIivr. gr .it reluctance that ha wits force 1 to leavo the an l" 1 P other O.fi vr.-'lor' said Company. A punctual attcniLuice prior to said first newspaper Monday ut April next the subscriber Caswineres and Yes'isg'i. which

!55. <'"r "' ''llfti $Thj1Ii'y. 'I'1i' i:\C.ie' ; AaJ vrlicr)Ai, the Bt U' h.u e-ist'ijaoJ Aren't lew* ptz.ee.' is rqufr J. J. WAYLES BAKER, J is prepared to manna -ture iii the most S
uige. approved style, and the
i 'A1tL in jtnui'terF' un'l i i't'l'n iufl Ii- ituI 'fl cjiiti'atze t 1zre$t2btuiu Jit.t1fl.4r)1it. ti,' i'c- If this noble an 1 intelligent animal only possessed J O.U-OADSDEJf, A true copy-Attest i Gentlemen m want of on a reguLy most and readable fcilionallo ttrniB.- S_ S
if Lir '
j t4fljLr. i
f out
** '- prt.u i tire President tern
l and laenwj vt |vuu vliicli itii ht IKS iaipnucl br n tJujvuigppuLtbo ; the power of fpets ;li, w'iut a foorfalitneu ha mightbi Deccnbcr 8 1C51. 4a pro.It c. G. FIFE cie*. fit, will do well to cill upon S i iLtC

the WhISs ia'rcaHng her wumLi, dsvelojiaij her ojaiast tho perpetralor) of the horrible deed \VacUsn, December C, 1E51. f9 iia Ncicmbcr 8, 1851. 44 AB. CL.1flKI S ir




1S ___ JLJ"-J "- fV l .Hi i ''VI. Lll-q fj. fr.MjI'-Pfgggg --- :
$ -- --"-- '
\ r: -- i P. P. LEWIS The most extraordinary Jithegrtat ,, ,,
I If It cqal NEW YORK WIRE RAILEIG 7/OBES. FORWARD & TOWLE, florida.I Rs'mdyfo, ian tir
CLOTHING, local Dentist Tallahassee,
i NEW AND FASHIONABLE TU15L1C attention j is invited ti> a new improveJL Attorneys at Ia\7 & Solicitors in Chancery, immethi
) OOMS in the new iatelv' I. C. Farrell's Celebrated
n.ent iu mftniifncturing Ir(-n Railing Arabian
ft Lro an] pkn'A. Tat Collector's Sale. TALLAHASSEE FI.OHllU. tof the Pot Urnce, where
t-uWribcr i is flOW t'CVlU East
t 'lIE! Hods and ,
; do, made frcm Iron WrongLt Iron
J rfK.ll and W, lalr 1i > ui.dt law I ba1II dcsiguatyl be formd unless professionally
h ,
did mrtuu.n1 ; p\ \irtuo nutLority vested me by WM. A. Fonw.inn, I Sinos TOWLI' he will 'pIIE miraculous cures performed b? the
(ic'i1ii Cfl.4i.utkg ui hart of CLOTH )expo.c for bale U-f ire the Court House in Moiiticdlo, \7IRE RAILINO. J.tiff of St. A urrnntlne. \ ensaijwl. September 7. 1SO. 35 1 phy.icbr in the das ofsd! *,? ,kf

$ *: OVER:: COATS of djifcroitt demptuitn, 1fltck ani i Vreun Countv, on the 5rt ilondny' in March next, Octi.ber4ti1. SOA. Iron a* the result of nazic, but >irce
; Fro.-k Omit. t'Uh. ('i.im rt 4. N and It i* the mo' t beautiful etwloouro for public or >ri- Collector's Sale.
IJn.wn Dies* and : die I' 4 SV i'of Se. 5, i.i T. 1, of liaise j Tax rme intimate with the hi..loirr > %sf can ths

: !: Tw1. s ''t an atikit, i'K ant .kir IiU- E ; the W N E 4 'fSc. 5. iu; T 1. of lUui-s 1, I vate grouuj, firms, cutatftrics, lulccr.ies, vtraudah, K. UAXTEtL. V. 1>. r.trt virtue of the power vested in me by law I Ii I II their sarpri'inz pow r o*,rdi ea
.: SINESS COATS ; CUdi. Oa-imcro TvveJ auJ all i; and I.st, No. 5, of Sc 1 I. ri T 2, ot t. ILinge 4 arLcrs, etc, etc MAXWELL & PAPY BY i i lwll expose for sale.before the Court Hoo e at I aimnent in the kumMpe r.f nwrticireff' at.
l ineCt 1'ANTd VESTS 11 qualities on I >tyle*. isuvh lhareof as will and Kitifytlio WINDOW GUARDS AND GRATING, I the third \ondfrrf! the se, while at the t
4 ; N and E, or i> : ray ATTORNEYS AND COVNSELI.OUS AT LAW, (ttuny, in the County of fad.-den, on me litreth. -
113 All tf which Iiavo Iwen iiumiticturod fnmi tlu lalert IMate 4.f11gnIa ]P. HaudohV laix-.x due to the For stores, dwelling*, I lunatic a'v1ini. y.n--f'ti steninslJps. Monday in April next.'the IIn\vinz deorribwl pro- ncecf Chtmr- irv.which wiihthimtad ,,,? ?'*

atJ nwt desirable tratrnaKof woikmanbip *u State and County fur 1Sil; iini.. ninjr ti. f 3 17 cts.boJles lo. Iron Iteil-tcad, with \.ire Riickin: ., tee TALI.UIASsKE, FLOUIDA.Felrnary pi'tlyorrt mucli thereof a* will pay the State and va* to the lestof lh world! "a Mated bink" fD

? ., ixo-iar.. auJ rtyii* most ( SIt&t. All of Mhichwiil cts nn'd cxj-en-H.- .tid l LUd'. are MtuatuJin guard coal an 1 ore -cnt ii =. nnd \iriey{ s.f ertkU- 8, 1851. Tt County Ta\ due thereor for the 3ear ISf l, and the I Botany they were the mi st zPai(55 cf stcd,nt* i
otfervd for wile *t a mall advance on the coat, ,JelTerwm. W *tf Monticcllo. mention whii-h tla- thereto to nil he beautiful groves whichskirt tried
be the said Countv. & too nmneroiH to invention i-* MISceptiblo nereWarv expenes incident : ?**!!, ef
: v .0 kt Uit Scm Cash CotJij( JOHN WOOTLN, sif jHi.es in eoimut-i.ces iu-v r Left re CHARLES W, DOWNING, Six hundred and forty acres ol land, }h\\r\z\ \ on >iaahojipi rare plant and r '.ornus woods *

..f? \v. T. 3IITCJIELL. Tax C.'lliCtor aaJ A..es.ur.Nsvcux'rII. known, ra-ultb from the improvement 1 f r which thi- ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Rock Creek, irportnsr to belonz to L. S. f tline>r ire obtained t hose arorruartie goins sad fnjum'j'i*.

: Q-cml4r 1 IS1. 43 tf 40 article MB* jiattntciL For ('!rancr. combine"! Mith
w ir -- strength, for the Uuuty of i's iuuuincniblo variety of Tallahassee, Florida.C HUGH O. McLKAN. .STiLT by wh se stirr.niaJinz t unfit r r tnff

: 4 'j In Chancery. Tax Collector's Sale. cf tlein.'s: atsl l i jM'cially fur (cheapi-! (at one bail C Office at the Capitol. Tax Collector (for GaJsden County. and Aiui'dne properties il j h, *hen apti;
: LEON CIRCUIT COURT. j virtue of the power vested in me by law, 1 Itvh than ta-t iron.) it is altogether; nnrivalle-I! bv any Match 15, 1851.! 10 tf October II I''SI. 40 Om ,tananenn1 l* iit'n.sd! ;thrrnjh the r.-je, ? *
; : BY lloureat'l.iinc i.lure.l to (lie 'Tlie of iTstem. allavins the most ''r>l''n. *painiMheinf.j
1 hall for salebeloietheCcui! thiui.r at vet public. plan cross- '
JJ.tC.JDTtI31ICumia.uItl ) expose \7. G. H. DAVIS Tax Collector's Sale. blv short time ( f J) "r 15 minute*. ) *
: in he County cl Gadsden. ou I tlies'ictpd !!. : the rsl. is > cinitrived tkU each Ui.I- the s.tIstr! artiop !
: J. .Tordnu.ri. Dffc-ndant. >J JTT Mnn
the atif.io i.n of th.- Court, hy nffiJ. nertyor s-i iu'h tl.ireol as will pay the lothi' oc.n*. ?,?
4 coids to limb
to report
itySWWia* iIni Is15 lo i1incIuie Uric ft-iTied s.f the l.inff-t, wire an-1! r.iantif.ictr.rod in H\f of (;lad-den Ihe third rontracleil nse which hai
that th, Def.-n laut Lucy County Taxe* liJe theieon ; i in I liP CnnrN of I Ito Middle 1 Dit tiict i Q'lincy, I in I the County on I *
dh is' iu thw C4( ; Pant fr <. cau-itur the
Li nii I palsied *hmtled
r $ la J the limit* <-f this State. so ailti the necesar> e\pcu* Jeut thereto, to this uuuinfr Mi'I en lure nt Iea>t five tiu the vio- ot rr.mUi" and Jjckj, Counties. Monday of April next the fi/llov\inx described pro- >een and rich blood tncircnlafr flesh t*
m thme
f. Jor4a t bey* out
r roc h ,
Unce that Ca'.t Iron Uniting! in or.limry i js much thereof will the Slate and
U.-H a
a o pay
4 f cannot be served wit : capable Mire), '. l-->0 0H petty,or Fluid
t that tins ordinary (WoeuM* subpoena Eighty: acrc-s cf Land, Iving on Crooked Creik, of wich-tain.Ji'i Price- vary from JiO cents to 2 Ctiuiily Tax due thereon for the ear I"I| and theexpenje.i If re>tores> the Syns-vial cr J mf Waffr.wJ

.. u1.uher: qM.i! defendant owmid bv Romeo Ltv\ia. per lineal foot. The Mib-cril r :il.o> natiufactures M. A. LONG & J. P. K. SAVAGE IIte4'eit incident thereto, lo %iit : ;hii i is the teaT.n why it ha* been s. nnirersi.Ht ,, "
// ;* tTff Or*'rvJ.Tliit appear McLKAN.Tax : rejwf'ilio! cnrmzall diseases t'fthe Joint Idf
: HUGH O WIRE FrXCTS: The w'holi eif what is called Forbes' Purchase,
filed in *his cauMW AVING a 'cLitetl thvnwlvn for tLe r nrpo.e olpr.icticinu Liver. Lnn ,
Ow Pill of Complaint aflVctioi.sonhe Spine, and! KidinQlhi
n.l answer eaid Collector lot Gadsdui County.N fur oin'la-iivjf fjrms railroad*, pttrks la'ntu, Ac sr.iarautfed Liiw will i utttntion toanv I\iri2 in O.id-i.feT County, or 90 much thereof a* will ic
March next or
in rcmj't reined stands!,
M Arabian
) Vf' tie re taken the Crrt f.;, oonfi'mduy...od airahi-l lior : (' ) 6, l l'il. 4 t rim to rei.i-t rattle, l.sr.se. shp etc., Mhich nre Kti.-it" ** < nfri., -ted to thtir cr.re.Jnlv par the Tax af,,resai<', bounded on the Eat bv the great Cake Er.l-rp menl of the unparail SpUrn. !t ,|*, -f'
will r Ague ur
S Bill beeotnin ext -n'ivtly iKeil, nnd frrcatly (li-tnui-l.esl! : Ocklorknee !River, and on the U'esf bv the ApalaehicoUKmr. u Is as1
floMxwr TSiat iiotico of l1i$Or-lt-r V puuIi4 : i;, IN:.!. 29! tf tific and! for Bhenmati-m it has pirfi.rmed
Prn6jJ., Ta Collector's Sale.T ; rj
HCnil O. McLHAN. jn-f
:: nnd l
I TaHahave f-T UirectngoOu 'bv ]lighttM*'* of nppi] i'.irann; eliipinec of f.rni ; heil .
: e.xlraoidinarv f>n
tnrrs itrpid
/ *c4 ttMsome new-main* vented I have 'iMi' at aIn rt distance the view U thus Tax Collector lot Oadlen County.Octoher most : T r
hi Law Firm.
Mar ntt. >Y virtue of authority me by ,
thc siul fir It ; before lId __ Ge.. ,..h..1, tl. rt. ,.ri, ,i..u.f. ii.Tiiiirj.l!, .iTi.l tl...ik lMnit. I II.I 1't"*' -10 t;m L'ramp"
BAKKP JuJ e, tc. i '. tet u-Issu. miu w.ti CMV I'I '-" "" "'' UllllttIlt-'lV'l l | I---- i.414 IJI.IV-I .All*> 'V 'V.ilil Vif wllinp Tnmrr A.e <
a : J. WAYL1S .t HUEVAUI -nrill! practice in co-partnfr *, White tc.. |
f C surt HOUM-( door, iu the vity i.f TjilLiluu-M-e, on th! <- u land-ciirw! iinimjwired. 1 1.fence iiruide on anntinly BEAUD t
disess-s ui
October 7. 13. Attest : all tinCoirt$ of the Middle Circuit of Tax Collector's Sale. rqually fficaens in nsmat5, umhas
OSCAU A. MYERS. Clerk ocond Muuday in May next, the follo\v d.ismlx'J u new ]1an. b-jintj! ]Iwirtah.u.! \ yet sc-cure. The r'lorida. Office in TalLiluiSifoe. t-itui1;, Poll Evil.S'eeneyS It! C.mlt.htner

,. wcn&ber 1 14qt.; 43 Sin 'roperty, ,
jay the State nttd C-ounty Taxes due thtnon for there nine facility ordinary iron rods. Price from **l.r o T.V.. 15REVAUD. shall expose fr ale, before the Court Hou
Tax Co1ettor'aic. ir sI. and all iuci.lent.il exjx-u-es, to wit : 0 ?*{ per rod, hicluduig Iron I'ostjfrom, 12 to 1C feet Felriiarv 1, 1851. 4 tfSxMITH in (he Coii'ily ol G.nUden, on ihe thinl Cither in man ci beast.which reqnire niplieat'is'ui
of l 141111 known aFoilws' :i ijiart. Monday of April next, the (follow sng descrubt-d prop -
All tlui 5tandi
tract or parcol this Liniment at the l
: *O V virtue '4 f authority vcatod in me l.LJ' bw. I d n'.lJof.nwn Purchase, wiili-n Le 4i County, Ciniiai'iins Uy'JWTCS Inquiries nul 1 1r'l -a-Mr'-'scJ to tlie Proprietcr, A. O'BHIEN -rfyor so much thereof a* will! pay t the State and I[ ,. dnedicincs. sf

>Kt ose for ualelief-rtv tln'Conr* H'-'i '< in MntieI IT less ti.l tw belong to tlie ApalachicoLi rill meet \vitli proM..' a'tentii-n. Count} Tax due thereon for the %ear ISSt and the
more ,
4 r. tin- first Monday in ..T-in.-n.-xt Attorneys and Conr.sellcrs at law inciccnt? theretoto
County 7 in Town-3iip I LIf Uansjc S. Company. Two hundred and acrerf land in Gad-ulen Liver Complaint Cvrti
Sco'i ,
thc i West I < a ; IX McllAENY, 210) I'.roaiitvay.N. Y. ALL1GATOU F.. FLA.iL turly
p, Xiwh awi or i'9 IIFI i i1trcttf tt vi.t Im: Tax Collector of!' Ix-on Couxty.Novernbei Wnrflmtw I If-I F.r iishvav. County, purooiting lo belong fo Robert Jiraerson, 01vt BAWICiC, M.aun Co. Kr., Ma, 27, l54

fEtiiT \Ym AtinfctfsuTi Taxes due treaidlv- Mr II. G. FABRELU-D Sir : Ynnr L r.JnM. {

ttivill<*. lug on Flat Creek. IHV.H O. McLKAN, it *ellii.si ;erv well.an! dais z a vail rtn| Wrj(

4 conts'iuij e.xpen-v Slid Land; nr ftituutcdiu Tax Collector's Sr.le.Y N. IL Silver Medal awarded by American Institute, [Heft r to Col. S. S. 1E.EY. Savannah ; Judge THOMAS Tax Collector for Gadiden Countv. rnnng the peepte.j Il a* r'rsd! a bad cari 'ss.

the said Countv otJeffiiii, 14tr Mftte111,. virtue of me by law 1ttd, I have 1 1 $?O. Dr-nixp Me l.ih awarded by Frankllng: lustiutc Dori.t.As. .larkMiiiville ; C<-I. J. PAIXE, Ocala.thtcsLtr October 1 II.! Is,1.: 4I 6m pLLAS.arftl another of a EAD PAIS ir
.14 )! N VOOTEN, autli.mty in 1S47 and 1KH. I, 1M1. X'JSAKUEL \ ladj vLss wa C' ..lined to her
1 \:. I and M ill .M! for cnle. in fiout oiIhu I
Tax Collector f-ir J1.tHit Couit.TaxCollcctor'fl uI1It3 Novc'ubi-r 15. 'J' jl.; 45 3m Valuable Plantation for Sale. month, with LITER COMPLAINT' aid cnr* cr
1 Crt ilou-o; dtwr, iu the city of TallahasK-e on HOYT & CO. vacitnhIriy ctrrd h rh
GI llt.UT.
?, ovembrtZ1'5I.4 PLANTATION wh.-rern tie hite Jo-Lea H. -I-liE
ll.ofc fld M! ii'.ny; ill IVbnmry net, within h-pi! THE J-h? said the iiirt
\rubbn LiniBient. much Now OpeningV GENERAL COMMISSION? MERCHANTS f rni'-rlv rulled, in Leon County. m-sr demll-ed
hours the folliniiug rt'p.I1y' r ,
Gale. | her )< 1. H "a* httn applied to a fr.i1flt5l )
to is fn
tL'-ruof us will l e Miliickut to iwy tlu Taxes due TtliPMell kii' wnand fonnorly oiwupic-l bvA. IV TiKlIIM! : ; ANDEL1.l'1.. OF Like Erie, cont.iiiiint-1M> acres of which sonic 200 I h.ive btn
')V virtue of authority v 4kP4I in nn* Iry Iw, I then-oil f'-r tLe year lt>51, and all incidtntal CXpLUeslowit / CLARK & STILLMAN, a General arid -selectHsfirtuient Every Desript. i of Agricultural IrnplenientsAXJt are cleared, and! under cultivatitn. On the premise.w RiimiATi-'M In a short fi-r a li-ng time, and just aushd before( Iit,?
skill for ml'1 In-fore tho Court 1IflU$( \ of a coraS rtab'e frame Dwellui j Hou.-e. with the ne- ittt
exii.is : l MACIllXKRY.I tf paitfJ ms<> rnurh that I had no
Wonri'vli'i.: .U'llVrMiu (.: 'ity. <)n the fir-t Monday in TV E. i of Soc. 11 I, theY.. 4 and the Vi' 1 of rail anti "Winter f->thrs, c-e. 'iary out hoi.-1, ilc. Tbi- Plantation poi-. e'--'es spell in itienifthl t CorO1fleflCdbathlnar4Thb pe3ff,;

I M .rcii itttXt, tlu N. W 4 f Vkr 4 .f Ser'i.in rt. in th-- N. W. i of Sec. 12, T. I, It t, N. an J E, eonUtn \ LSO, rrtf iria and French Uurr Mill! Storipp ; Eu- many advantages4 it adjointhe r187V4'w11ete! liy ; aul Linnnentandbef! wingthe _
C tlnriHif ['atioy Go.fl Is, Clotli*, Ca-"imeres Ywthuj-, Ho-itry JT.V CsiiaelL Cullui anti li.hhuj! Cloth. the 1 fr ftittlenndhoc"! The NcwjHirtan >inx witbvour
A '
!(uwti4iji] 1, ( f nm-ji- 4. H. or mn lug 5C2, 1-14fl jua-0, lying near the plantation! ot 5(11)115. rfiJiire H very got-sh cea-ed. JOHN
e will lpay and au fv L Lipiwomb.'" Taxes luc to John Parkhil!, EMJ, imrtxTtiug to Itclotifj to UA- estate Fine'S.-wt"l an 1 IVr'd I'molsSlippers.. &C. ; which AI.evtrv lijvl( of Product', ss'rtl, and South, and 0 to > pain Cj.t'jsir

*1it State aud ('taUUtV ft* Ib51an) *uutin r to 4 2 eentu.in. of Marcus A. Aruuoteu'l Use Mi'waibi-r' w ready ant anxious to cell on the tA5 H j.ai-I fir Woc-1, Hides, liter Skin's, and Shippiajj COO( yardof the dwelling!! and! I thii.k will jo on tl.e

4. 1ui&Jes ) t aud Said 1uuJ nrutuatutI in D. MrllAlWY.! mo t rea.iuiotI.k4erni--, f. i fu--h or its fi/wiralent. I'urs. line, or through the whole length of the Plantation; Complaint, 'Ficeenry, Distemper, Cart,ani
Tht.urk of Clotliin. .-ons-ists in part of SAMUEL 110 YT. HAMPTON L. BILCO. and when this Ilond which! under $0rc Kjt L'vrtil.
4. 1ic ii1 Cuuuty 4f Jc1crMJ3. Tax Col!< rt IViiick and Jolorcil Drtand Fnvk Coats, M. Mitchell, Pt-stinaster at Fiat, Falt& Co.
Jo1VOOTE November R. II1. 41 3mIn tract, to be done by tin lt of .January, 1852, no 111.
Taxr.dloctor ftr Jefferson County.Soveiubrt22 lilack, Dine, Git-cn.; lin.wn stiul Mixed Frock, RZFtRENCS: Plantation' on the whole line of the Road! will strisass says :

ISul. 46 amE Chancery. S.u-k and FaiK-y: CoHtjt, Messrs. AXDEKSON A Cu., Savannah, Ga. it f.ir convenience, tc. It i- now offered f;-r sale! at a Mr I H.G.! FARRELL : Your Anbian linirTti; $

MIDDLE CIKCriT OF FLO1MDA-IN GADS- Drab) Ulaek and Rn.Mii Overcoats, 5' FBAXKLI.V t t 'KAMIEY, ban uia. I ersons dexiroiu! of purcl.abx, will plea-e highly praised here. V/e cured ont mjEtiHfrj)[

Tax Collector's Kale. DEN CinCL'lT COUilT. Fi& wnil nui'i I Black Silk and Black Satin Vets Wk'IISTEII t PALMHS, Kill on Joseph Chiure", E.-.q., who will vkow them theliuu.l. horses rt the Stiff Complaint by ahi.ot knr r ieapplications.
lilack, Plaid!, Grey, and Fancy Cabsitutre PantaloiM .and) I cured or.er'fmy cwnnf II SWM.ntv. .
Swwr, DE.-&X.OW A Co. toW.M. For terms. Ac, apply to me at residence
Y i'ir1u' of the p P. MII.I.EK A Co New York. Fort Stransburv Fla.
hiitt evlnse tor *iic bilmi> the! C nrt fl.iite at es. White, Fiiney Silk and Lur.'cilles Yi-st. and variotw bad Ccrk 7 iih i it ; he aLso! tn -d if .'n a etilt

Q,Jin4.%.. in 4a-d..d-I 4'owntv, on tluwcond M 1tnt1a> Thomas S Sncll, Williaai C. Rnell, Julia F. Id-! otljer articles too uamerou. to nierstion.A. llrucLEs Not us. MASI t Co., Bc..ton. BENJAMIN BYP.D. had the Distemper| very bad. ant! e-'rfd i' irrueda,5.,

ii, te llt I4sk1l' i I.& dciib.4 sr4I4sei I innm1SUMU! i. Little I and Joiit-lU'V G. Donaldon 13. CLAIIKE. Y. R LOOMI.S, E.-O., New LunJoii, CtH. Jannary IS, 1851. 2 tf 'liately. He says it w derided!* the ZTP1.IP ore

(, iiit 1 I4&1LtI a will nv he SI ale and Coi.t.t.* Kvrutiix I j sit l Iliel.t I l will and tesljinctit ol November ft. li-51. 41 tf I. S. MLCO.uaWihmuiigton, D1. ine !i "ine he ever nsed. There have b fn

Tjtt 4ue lureoniiotu! Js-i' to IS1 anc1iie. and Hi.belt t I. Cdinonds, ditMid, ui.d Samuel l lLo fl September C, l ol. :25 tf Just Received from New Orleans. cured rf :;>re F.\f w iih it- I find it a trtrv Taab.

Ito.-nev4V *4rv espcnw* incident thereto, lo \\it : % e. Shentl and ir iitjiriv Adu! ; iii1rator il-lo- NSW GOODS. "fBAPJICLS Stirrtre: Flour, medicine both tot man ar. One bundled and sixtv aneot Land; in GuUdnnCouiiy nix non of I ltee! ?'ale t.1 Su an S. Sru II, dceas d. NASH &:: CO., *J\J 2 llh Is. Choice Sugar.

)L1anginz I to Robiin I UitliinKer 1 i 1} s ins on tin 1'i'ap.1l'itIg to the sati>facli isis' of the Ci.urt thai Dealers in Drugs, Jdedicines, &c., 8UOO Lb-. Bacon Sides tnd SLcuIJcr, Beware of Co'inffrffif -To cvartl ce1ntj7

AiulacuJcoia Riv.t, adjoinimr the |judof Inuerar- I V/illtani C. Snell. oi.e of the above named I>et'eadanls JA1IE3 II. WILLIAHSJ TT7"OrLD inform their trithd* and the public that 1500 Sn ar Curet! Hams, tition, Read hi foils teing Can fully.

l\yf\ t|'L(;11
T Collector lor GadsJen County. in the Stale < I' New Ymk, ard that Thomas S. Siu-11 I NEW GJOl( are [rein-rally kept in their line c'fbu-incs. 5 ** Onions Base Ceviitrrftit which r.asla'trh n-ade ut 'rrrarce

tivmt"rS, !'il.> 41 CmB1 another ot said IMfn<1aiit is supprsfd to reside of liis cust tncrs and the public -rent-rally. Ilil | and will IKJ receiving regularly fiesk supplies. Their lu Sacks Bye, and iseahht-d by the !Irnprsttr wh} <. maks. W.

beyond Ihii limits of this State, ui>d the United -l
Tax Collector's Sale.virHie States, but wh< ue residence is urknown : euib racing ke. (>c'., H-r 1 1. 1S51.10 IL BESTWICK. fraud and more liable to deceive f fri m fm th.

of the pmv.r vested in me bhw.. I // is thcrtfcre Ordtnd, Tlut the saul Willi.im C (;iiinny Ras-ii'ig, October 1851. S3 name of Farrell. Tbtufire be faiiiftlar nttir tt

:ehall tpoe| lor *ae! bdoie the Couit House itl 'Snrll appear and plead, anuwcr r diMutir to t he Kili Kitu\ rtDo --. Crockery, &c. call for it ly the name Eai'a-sia Linimetit, for

Q 111Icie Its th County ot <; d J cii'd' before the hrt t Mondiiv in Mjuh! next, and the said fht, N.l5, Iron, Steel, von tot the genuine bot oiroj'tciifvr
: in Mt* ttst, llf f illowinz < : pro Ghi- an 1 Stone Ware.Itniinil UST received, a fine assortment of upon
T i\ecdui* riiM.-iiiS S. Snell I ivitliin 1 I ihe peiiod ol nine i Instill iiI Ruiset Lrsuzans, It.! G. KARKfcLL-'s ARABIAN LISOUST." and
p4't1 v. f ro niucU tliori'! ss' will :)ay the < flat and wjuaris Dar Iron, J La lies Cluck nnd! Ci Ior nl Lnj-ting Gaiters,
ihe date of L llrt pn'ilication$ of 1 this Older, tithe
doO4nahurgs. o/was bas the tellers
Iherenn Irora Hie yr isll Jo ts.'il, inclusive, and 0111 \ Kip Nail, Ilod, I5and, H[sop; nnd I H.I S. Iron, D)< d.>. Ki ii I and M rocco do. lake no ot45r. as the genuine
wit said Hill x\ill be taken pro eonjrwo *y&n.hpyTV *\ (Georgia Mill-,) H.G. before Farrtll' his sizjjainie isaloon the
thereon.to :
't WWtemv eNn'inses : Thai ol tl-ih Cat, Gentian and American I>!L t.-r Steel, D >. F.nintelhed Da-kins,

jncttt Smith & Paiataore. Ivintfln Nntlh M'iscftnUjCreek. us.yV luauc W'/"A in awuiv. m 1e4a1.r ,.,.,pt.blic.ilnm. r _. ."-".. I- 1eit.yi." .' v Lin'ce''sol. ,I..s ti Uat--! mills. lilacL-miihs' AnviN. ltlow! V lees, 4 t Hammers, Do. Kid Walking Shines. Slippers anJ Btsins, outside wrapper, ai.d thesssorh-bhs'xrutn ARABIAN theztasf L1XIJIENT
1IIIGU O. Mr-LKAN, Circuit. I 10th OctoUr, J !.r.I| Crock :ry ware, Hardware, (.'
T.i\ Collector f sIr GdJsden Ciuniy.Nt'v9nhr J. WAYi.ES IJAKEK, Judge, & \Voixi .-are, Groceries, Nail of all keith, a general aasortncr.t cf P7.0RI: !t.
in Town. TiJJwardII !
E: 1 't. -Jl fimPleteher A true copy-Atte t, A lar.i'a-5urfinent and Cutltry. 2Iis5es Colored Laitirj; Gaiter-", AGCNTS WANTED er ry
Shirtings SbectiDgs, United Sate: in which one i-'iitile-
in the
R C. I.En Clclk. irJ t
-- I I-K, Calicoes, Chec'ts, Stripe -A 1.50- !):.. Kid Y/iilkiru Shoes tml Eielin*, Firefirebti3
Itttet H. G. ,
Institute. October IS, 1W1. 41 4mmim )rillini, Ca'aaireri.i, &,t. S0f pair Men.lliit.t Krogan D,. u!o. and ilorn c" IVv.tee, HUvilh frtblisbrd.good Aopi references> by .s to to CL ruc Vr, Resiu.flsu.biliry. .

rl"4uE Annual Extittisafiiui in this In-"titutjoii xnll A choice ai otiineiit ol luncy: C"1*!*. (late 513 le.r1 100 do. r< v' io. do. And a fne ortmnt of ChilJrens* Leather, 21rocco *- &e.

-IcuuinttHmu ou TUESDAY, theh of J.eitnbr, In Chancery. Full I price* svn for I Ilidts, T.dlow.c. 200 da. Metis' and Hoys' black thick Trojan*, amid Patent Leather Shoes. Call! the v\ ho will furnish Frs'nf Care

1.4k amtitmoitur dav The Annual Mflo'imr, f tin GADSDEN C1KCUF1 COURT. All of which ate oflcied at lowe- marljpt pripy 25'J tit,. do. tlu! do do. kip Jo. -ALSO- Book on tontjinii agent vtueh raluu'jieer WJOIJSUIZ'N 11.1

3>tard oTrustee t will take Tte'flIVEINESDAY.,. Frances A. RueII, ) J. ALV1LLIAH..*. 50 do. Lr.
lie lotlt Jt i is rxiMctcd a Scnnmi will l>f' pr 'in hfd I rt. \ Dill for Di voice. Or'c.her JQ, |
t41 tins nulijjct of Kducatinn. on STXDAY the 7thin Wi'lisni Uusfi-ll. ) Kovs, YOUthS uad Jli-".e--. Shoes. Do. I'esrie! and Water-proof Coots, THE or.Y Gssri is inanii! rtur d >by H. G.

Tbftmat-ville. Tli fri*n !# zitI; patrons of the In IT apseariug; to the siti; '.faclion of the Court, by Drugs, Chemicals, etc.QL'LPHATE -ALSO- Do. Calf Shoes and IWtee Farrell, sole inver.nr end prrprittrr, a? dwh I !tDfucrest

S. *tit tion are respectfully invited tn attond.I1. I mtthid.t; \ it in this raiu.viHTil, I that William Kuell. '.. QUININE, warranted pure and full 100 buiH-liP-j Cotton Yarn% No 5 to 12. Do. Kit L'r.gmizs iunil Itussetts. Ko. 17 Main street, Peona III., and fcr

T. SMITH, the Delcndanl in lluscjusf ie-ides bcynnd th- U weight. All! .-f which will be M-ld a.lnw as any in the market -ALSO- ate wholesale anal J Rer.iil at Prvpro1r'S. uncwbj

PrfxiJ'xt ff thr Ilo?
'bm3iiI p, Ga., X /\ cn'dx-r 1 T, 1 s.-i. 43Monticcllo : Purified Cliinvidine. an article prepared from the whi. h we wd! ail-.w the hitrlicst! market j>n *e. lt>y !half Trs'It ilo. t!aDo.

11 its OrdrrJ, Th3t llioaid Defendant do appear, IVnivLh I Iark! considered nearly o.ualto QuLiiiu, at Oetuher. U-rl.; 42! HEIIS 4 Pt'ST. Slip's of r.lmn t every dccriptKn. CITY COITO YTZIGIIIK.

Female Academy. pica! I, atiwr, IT demur to tic said Hill cf Coinjilaial about one third the [irice. ; For -ale! 1 In? (and no rai takc) bv

'rebtet of f ih above Institution 1 jiin )(jfl within three m<>tnhor xai i't l liill will betaken A !LSO, a general bupply of C'jcmicaU cf the Jjer.tjuality. Blankets, Kerseys, &C. October 1$, 1M51. 41 C. C. BYRD. HAVING been npnr.inted ore cf tie City Co-tieS

T1IK *!, the ;public are eonJiileiuly atircd that jintronfr\o, at.d t tl i is SUSP he -teI l 1'r hearing :! l-.t of Llanktts, Kerseys, PLuas ,. I iiotifv the Planters and ii rctaBfr.f

it (offer, ev4-ry ad\uitiije! t" voting La lies; for acquirius it t Ihe next Term of the Circuit Ci.uit for G.ul-ideii Ja-t rtCei\i'tL Sight Exchange L"f.n, ( odssh. atufthc surrnundmn Conntle$.3iG
a thorough) anil finished I F.du. 'ition. Tlie ak-ii < otinty in Maroh ne\t ; and |t h.>t t Ilii* Order b'publihod Fine ColojnLubin's Extract nil rn assortment Otdit-r '.':, i.<31. 42 ..J.M.WILLIAMS.ASUPKUIOII ON NEW YORK.: \VANNA1I, and MACON the Gecrsia; J'hnttT that I will attend c.ntant1i t

I tnin of twc jjc'iiMcinon firm th M-de )&' (. i in (tntne new jiair| t piinlca I Ill this Sljleonrc- of F.IIHV 'Toilet Articleut very low jrice*. for sale, in sums tos'.iil, bvTHOMAS the Depot in TaHaliiwee tt' rtceive persi.nallT u

r (whdM.abi'ttii $ iiotsd ti" (nuiuiait,) h-ive IMH-II wcurcdin a wetk for I hilt! riioiit h amid I hat Coinpldhan: lake I D.ivi-) Pain Killer. K ad way,* Ready Relit Southern Mutual Life lusarancs CosaDanyof J. FF.niUNS! COTTON and TODACCO iptrnstt i to nov care. *'

the chiK-icw and in-itlirmUn; >. llm !Jimitral D)*>. ttstiuiitiiy iu the CJUMJ. I 1'Jih Otti-hr r, 1V J. ()-. 'Knl'd ImJLl ClldhlJJO IIf!. Louisiana. October 12, IS'iO. s AsjT.t T.Iarine Bank..ETNA Sfttlc-4 hroujrl-t( ; fr'm New Yt.rkvill le uliistedaBt|
\VAYLKS I ; IJAKLlt Jud !NO !H-cn .ipps.irut.-t| A--nt f.-r theatreCnmp.inv of ScaJi and W.-latS of
parteuuut. 411 cJiitrji- < f ProiV-vMir, fSuodiruK: ; a11.srrls e. R, -celebrated Plasters, mind other Family Meil- TI. | rtiSed Ly tl.e Iii-pecitr
A true copj'-Attest, icinei.JayneV. I aul I ilefaiin:; it uum e-vsiiry t for
ii rare opjiortuuitv ac R. C. LLSTEK.: Ckik.WILLIAM. imjKirta'ice and m.hantate. of tho Mutual in.sunu.cepriiU'ipU itber norIT -
tn voml un j utKtrumcntal MUMC. Wax Fruit tmiIcsinu Medicines, 1 H.! MITCHr.LL! *. would n--[)"<'tfulhollcit the csnLh.L.rats'zuSf the Stores-saving in the Draya aloce. tight

.' f'vttV L4c4'*iiiy' 'uf. F'sw-er-iIInkilI only to Ixj taiiirlit also taugit.use trnamenta Ytn ) Solicitor! for Coinnhinant., October II, Iti1.; LEWIS-Is.) t t tf AMES. ( the citueii" of Tall.dt.i:-.- iniil \i-iniy.. Any infirnuitioti BUILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton \Vare-hcuse rents on every ta,' ti Cotton ; the Yard, to fcn r

: October IS, 1S51. 41 3m relative to itcan, be obtained b1 e.iJluig on theub'ribr. less b\ fire.LC'.VIS. strongly ftnccd antI l m good repair. tfeCotti'nuiu'
Lridiett: will be roreived, tui-I htrirt tlt'H1it.ii giveliT1
j S. a. KNIGHT. fvrwardetl -
? & AMES! and ttole
New Goods. te more secure fn in injury, can
j IL W irsoIsmt
llMwn. Middle Circuit of Florida. November 3i- pqo. 47 tf January 2 ;, 1S5'') 3 Asenis, Tallahassee. vittt tat delay. I Lope the knters and iirf-!
xelId. November IS, Is51. 45 ItTrcnh 1 UST received fir the I 'tli.-s, ***
I *
aat3vill their a* am
IN LioN: CIRCUIT COURT. give roe patrono-
.* I Plain and Plaid Lu-tn: s md D Lain1 THE T2UE MEDICINAL
: lusine*
JOHN PRATORIUS niiiit to deserve it l Lv strict attention 10 tnv
Arrival John G Genii
) Plain and Wuti-reJ I Popkin*, I Wade** Rare e?, CHARLES L. DEillLLY.C .
PEH S<-lir. Win. IL Ve\tv:4rh1 DSci-n t'K. /-Attachment for 370 18.Fraiiris I tarei.s. I).. I4ti1it.. I lauii 812.1 I'rint I 'I'i-uea, COD LIVER OIL i[:OF THE LATE FIRM OF BULL A 1'KATORir?,] C<- and Tobacco Weigbe1'

jd fellow hat uyiiii; mnde List aIseanIece. XL Lawrence. J Jfl'Min Figured, Plain and I Stri|wi1 :Pro i) Sik! U i'ur in I the cure ot Scmfulj' Consumption, Ofj"OULD inform hi* friends and the public 7a1aliaee, Angnst 9. 1531. 31 tU

Iiciu 8 uwl'iu d lo thu OM A 1 rtir?<* for mtdltinatjioriio&cs Icftiitant, and all other Is.r.soI. interciU-d, 1)s.) do. lilack; iii,. do. (IniiiJInfiiinati-fin? \-tluii.i. llronc'iili-.Co'u i ff\ that he has taken the store ---
lately occupied -- ------- -- --- --
i'lease make ivrfv ttpp i atin'BKttUY Jare hereby Essiit.I of the institution, of thi suit Plain. Rlack nnd Watered, Silk Mantillas dOd all lineage ol the (-h.-t :acd 1.uin.s A nppl\ ''i-.l-I>y C. II. IHfMKl.! and adj.>inin!; the ftore lately Tallahassee Cotton Wareho'T

: & PO1VLIS. by process of f Attarhmei.t, nnd are furthermore reiiuir Kid, Silk, Cotton amid leaver (Glove; *, ill Iliii vaiuahle modirine i* j'jtt ceivcil, v\hich is iccupivd by Bull A Pratorius, where lie will be pleased *

JoYcn:1er: 29, 1851. 47 .j.l t<> npp-araivl( plad to the declaration Sled llinbroidtred I I H. S. an 1 IWd.-r! L C. I H.Jkc'fr.[ warranted pure, and ot very superior pu-shiv. to attend to the calls anti wants of thcwe who bedi lIE iHulrrMinied inow prepared toreeei'

; therein, vllliin the time pi-escriljed l b. Liw. IJle Tluvad; r.nd il'i1iut liLjini" arrl Itwrtiiiijs F'orstleiy LEWIS &. A.'lE. poi-ed to aii/i' him in his line of business.may STORAGE: tl.e fV'itn of thr Fkist'iS ftiltWing
j-atr E
Groceries.PER C. H. .fc J. IL DLTONT, Fn-iM WI''rk'.l Cij.s, Collars CulT it Chenuzett", May r. I'.5u. 20 Tallahassee, Fh.ri" lie La received, by the late arrivals, a itiriee and to tLt- market. Th.bi.iltic2! t* firv-roof did 3I
Attoint'\8 for PlaintifT. inmifdiattlv sp1s'-.ite the Union Tank.Lit C'St
Jljsk! nuil Colored! t-iubM
IVia. R Vttw fnmi New Orleans : Uaaluuerc ShaWlS in ll-felrcted f'lffJy ff Clot Jin, t'asiintrr, Vestinyi, df'uneCti0
Octolx-r 15;, [IRI] 1R51. 41 3m White 14 House. There ?is nsw. also in
CrjjxShixl COMPANY
PROTECTION INSURANCE ; (Jotxlit also axxcrtiitrnt
Fancy ; a ijfiutal
4 kh Middlings j'
ca> White and Colon-d Silk Bonnet the above, in course of erection, : SliouI.U-r Middle II A UTFOP.l) CONNCCTICCT, 1K11)Y.JLIJL' CLOTHIXG th.ucniwSatew*
Circuit! -Leon County. Straw jitjil Ixhurn sit,. the storage of Cotton, all under

0 ban di 1UPork.. John B. laylir, J In Attachment. I5.wk] Silk I.ac,. for Mantilla*. npital Stork, .. 8300,000.: All of which. I flatter my-elC are equal in style and trol of the subscriber, vho,will receipt for such I*
25 fiij/ermw n' ur, quality, and ifnitt as c/irap, as any otht r> that will be ton be ent to him, and Md hiia'fr Pink amay
Sum Rliu- V.11.1Vluite
5 5. > s.wni to 144Zfl. Ronnet M'u of the above
> ii IK: nndiT-i''ned! Agint Company,
10 ctfa found in this market. He will
give the saatt
James T. DsifTin. ) Av-un : mn t.sI lllmk un.I White Sik! Ib.e J- partk-nlar attention tiUffur tinirtry rf I/se Cotton in
>p-it ; Cotton ilo. i-t prepared to take ri-k a .iin-t Fin on buildings !
Clarrfied SUFtr. IVr n1 brI3C&RY his
1 coat < to btiMnv 4 and Lo will merit
: hopes liberal
a which rrffirfJ. _
iii II is
t ItOWLEa I''PUE d'ti! ii'l.uit, und nil ;!n j- intenud, mire lurcJ Blink A Colored Oairers lliil !sliplie it RooK and their contents, on the mo.-t favorable tcnn.F. .-. from the vic1J'riqI.r l*"
by u'.tilii0 of Ihe :liiutiiin, rf the \MO\ sUit, Whh a jjreat variety of other nrr:; lc., too numerous H. FLAGG; Agent. patronage jubhc.Noeinbtr The snb-criU r i* also prepared as
wuvcgsri, Wl. i 23. 1850. 46 tf 51511
and are l'qiiIIsMt t<> npp< ar nnd ph-ad to th- decLratfuutn to mention, wlAidI they will peas.! call and exttaii" Tallahassee, OctoUr 25, 1S51. 42 toiei :h vrilh ci-rrtrtix-s llm vf 2iut-
--- ----- --- "
1 titi tktA; wjihm tjn- lime j rcwrilxtl bv l.iwA11CHK1J ". HiIK: A RUST.Octobcr Cottons ilelivtred within the cvijt.rait i
JJew, Fancy, aud Staple Goods. ; ; Pure Sulphate of Quinine. latas.fe. anti I rrav st all time be ftmr.d ttCotlon
t C011LEY, fur i'ifT. 25,1851. /2/ tf 1tiiii.r; Cope, Salt, Iron, Ac.C -. I
A riSE moMatnictit jui-t fjxiied, aud for i3eatL n .l.er 1R. 1R51. 41-:3111 L'NNRiiIig, (a article,) 'TIME snb-cribers have on hand two hundred and Yard, rta'Jv and willing to
\, rineti -uperi J. ounce"* of Sulphate of Quinine which the\ CHARLES A. ?
j> to nut Le tiiucB. Notice. V-J Dundee) il i. Kilinir Twi-ie 1 fitly 6r11
J. IL WILLIAMS. In Chancery. have obtained ciiirct Irotii the mur.ulacturtrs, and Tallara< iee, August 3. I51. t3
OIX monthafter, sbitt I tin! New Yirk Patent Kope,
apply to the Judge Kentucky Hope.
October SA 18S1. they will! warrant it to be a superior article.Ve .
J of Probate fi.r Salt Iron and Stet I. Iii -tori and
-- -.- Vmuhiingtcl14 Countv, fir a fin-il: settlement Liverpool \ have euI.irs'tl our tock ol Drugs and Jledi- Hats.
CJIAMBI.R. TalLduM, Sept. SO, A. 1). 1651.Jauuji nnd tlh1-lilrge from t] e estate of Joph B. j jM. For puuht low. J. M. WILLIAMS.October cine -ind *
StrayedFROM br. -cent jrmat", are prepared to cxernf Gereral zircrtrnt ntf.f Gent l.iorcWe
L. 12
tlteeaet1. i.T. 1S51.
t1s] fulwrilic-r tfl the 10th nita P.Iack Nell-mi, ) orders ton articles in our sine, at wholesale or retail A tin and l\aver. Drab n.l! flhstk! l.RKu.? *
.\HTA Ailra'r.
1 VH. }[ Dill for Divorce. LOCKE, *
Mule aliout 11 hand Lij1i 4 y turn old l.utPprinar Jlaiiict: J. Nelw.n. J Wmt'liiiigttiiu ('is.. S.-jtenilMr) 1:5:t, IMl. T.ft fni Cloths, Cassimers, and Tweeds. on the most also luvorimudjtin" terms.Ve P.lock and Colon yptrtiriir Hatf r nun,t'js
\ > have a tev account' vet due fo us forth* byiiEhI
; IK> visible! mark* nTnllwteiL Any ii.f nnationrejMvJtn to tV! fntu-farliou of the of the above articles received youths,just rccccivcd. Andfursak .TrST.
IT j'pjKiarins; Court by afHl.rtit a.M>rtnu-nt just ve.ir IS-1'J. They are generally in small amounts,
tlmsaiJ Just AN
? Muliiil IH tkuikfullv rcwtv deceived from New York.
] iisads i s in this ca-e tliat the lifeiid.int H. J. of the Iitt.t ft} it's. hut if the whole could be paid shortly it would
<"'-1 mui1' Sewed 1! the dtilivorv of KUJ mule Its tuu at (hut ;iLictsIATII the of J_ _. KM Ties, liuwkiMx I.v11.
LniuPd ntnni
-rhnary pruccts Supana cannot lie Ki\td 'sufIp1-rs, LKVVIS & AMES.Jiinq.lQfl. &c
) H. IItASION.tnna1vflit.Ca.NuveIritKrI,185I.4 ) ujiti her : Knaiiii h-il Jenny l.inilNBiv Kij 1) Uro-jaiw, 3leii'a Quiniue. 1 99 Saddlery, S and !adlos
It If in tJittffore Ordirrd, Tint said Defendant apjx-ar Calf SlnH.s Woiuon's (;It. PM>.<*, KM i.i. dc. TUST received a fine U of men, boys
sniK'rior article of t
; QUININE, ju> re
and :ttihr the liill of Coniphiin.int iilcd in thi cause ALSO, AVEUV Store of A Card. Saddles Eri-llt Martii.gale. Stirep
Now Opening.A at the Apothecary and Drug
on or Ijcfuru the frt Monday in February next, or A JJ
i ; A FINE as ,
J e Crockery-ware, ll<..llovvar.Stoiw! ware, Wmd"waresSnddltrv irsatisJt, howtvi, Notice of this order l ls< publihcd Hollow wui-e, Cutlery, Pancy Goods, ic. For the School Hou-e attached to St. John's Church.Aujjibt For sale low by fljgRtST.
ltont* nJ Sh(vnG (SCrieS. t-r tc.- in Mums iiev.>p'ii>fr in TallaluuK-c for three months M'.c by -
1851. S3 tf
All < f which will I lie n hl) low for' cads or cumd militOctolxr liefi4C ald Ibt of Febnmrv neit. GEO. II. BESTWICIC Rice and Onions.TUST S3, ()ner4,1881.. 9

25.1R.,1. 42 J. M. V.rlLLIAiIS. J. V.'AYLES IiAKER.Ju.lgi- Octolnr. 1851. 23 tf received and for sale. -

A true copy Attest, J J. M.! WILLIAMS. Notice. Caps.IJEHI .

Lots for Sale.ALARC.F O. .\. M'5 rns, Cleik. For Families. October, 1851. 42 THE undersigned having mace some ncwarrance RUST, have just received a sootl L''

; a'soiUncut
; coir ni in all article ncoded in thUjnarket JaUmht of K. 5. KNIOUT. Nails. d to call art! ?eltl up In future I tew: ill keep Glazed Caps, -ahi h they offer low.

- -S received by recent anival* from New Yoik, Notice.A November 1, 1851. 43 JUST received and for Pale at prices to suit the no books, but sell hi? goods eseIuiverv for ca-h or October. 1851. 39

fur*a'c in Ltd* to suit purchuM-rg.: LLperxon'.ereditcTH, !legatee*, entitles l (odistributionor It *, 40 kegs NAILS, by ;produce' and! bv so doing he will be aide to sell at

t ovcinbt r I, 1851. 43 J. il. WILLIAMS. : othenu-e inti-rcxtol in thecMatuof Exchange at Par November 1, 1851. 4Ii S. S. KNIGHT. the lowest living prices, which he prrmi- to do, Here I Am.FAILING thel

Paul IJliner, late of Jelfi-rm.ii jOnuntv Hondo deceased (TI TOCEfl1ES, Hardware, CnK-kf-ry, Wo '
\Vanted. are hereby notified t > exliibit tlieir cluinw, on-l- _- Salt, Iron, Steel, Dlankrts Brngauiss, Bagging, &c. buy low, lo give him a call. He ru< on hand a good 4 ant lrt, to attend to tie Cf W1'05? Jr

GOOD XUHSC in wanted immediately 'who U-ainndu within two jonrn, from thii late, to tho underM Hatu, Cups I Slack Drew Coats, Pants, 'Vest*, Ov -rooatu ;) PIECES Kentucky Bagging, a soilmenl of Shoes, hats, Caps Hl.tnkds. Cotton Citizens of Talll.n<*ee snd the lakuce fad it to

A CSMI txnue wt-11 rocc'iiiuituded. Attply for terms nol Or the uinio Mill lju biiired ; and all perHiiis :Huntini i ; C >at SaddK-s, I5rillf, itc, given in QI 60 coik KOJK, md Woollen Goods, &c., &c., for lannily and plantation All w Jut) intend pirctn.Mr prc J.s "RUintrrept ,br

4 at Ir. XatliV Office.Xovemlxr indebted[ to the i-aid deceased, are requested EXChANGE for Cabli, Cotton, niiil,] priKlucc of the 20( bales Munny Cloth, \uses to call before they let the i S. lNIGnT.:

8, I'5I. 41 tf make inimeJi.ite pnvnunt.JOHN Country Kimrally. J. M. WJLLIAMS.NovomlxT Which will be told at low prices. Jan'iary4. &r l. 52 AMOS RICIli'iRDcON.CoPartnership. their linger! **.

p ULMER, Qualified Eseeutur. 1, 1851. 43 JAMES IL GAMBLE. October 18,1851.

-- Hats aud : :t.rson County, October 11, Ib51. 40 Sm September (1. Ifi51. 85 tf GOODS.TUST .
Caps Youth's Children's and
Boy's Clothing, lIE nndersiicnfd have this day formed a CopartJ. -
( 0 IF all aorte,just received wul for .tah! CHFAP.W. Notice. SOMK of which u very liaudsomp, jqcf received! by The Forwarding and Commissson Business nership under firm of G & J. Rieeinpi recived a fine nswrtment of La'S t

- 1 T. MiTCh ELL. SIX months from date, the undersigned, adminictra- Vr. T.31ITC1IELL. AT ST. MARKS, FLOUIDA, GF.O. H MF.GINNISS, I GOODS, tuch a* Ca.-hmeref, M. D'I gik! inEerace

November I. i81. 43 tf on the cfctatc of Ixui&a B. Newton, deceased, November 1, 1R51. 43 tf the Vas e-Ilones heretofore occupied by Messrs.BRODIK July 1 1S31. JOS. R J1KGINNSS. D'Laref, Figured and CLs5'awe F J

l Negroes for Sale. will prcFnt Ilk final! accounts and \oudierst to the IX1 &.PETTES, will be comlucti-d by the un- paterns, Plain and Watered Slack fcifc*

: ... Judge of Probate for Leon County, and ak to |ho dis Gent's Clofhhi Hals, & dersiine l, ho w ill endeavor tr give asiieral( sat- Boots and Shoes. Watered Black Silk ViVets.Alo. '

., q' 9 LIKELY wi1 valuublo NEGKOHS for sale charged. it NEW n'w irtment of late ftylos }>y lute arrivals i-faction as did their active and) j induction* picdecessora. Dress Beets and Shoes. Jut received by a variety of goods for children v-Cat

j.d by S. 8. K5101IT. PATRICK SMITH, AdmV.Octolcr ri: from New York. J. M. TV'JLLIAMd. HEARD:: Si DENHAM.V, FINE W. T. MITCHELL. Which he proposes to sell low- c.

uvcnbcr 2?, 1651. 40 11, 151. 4y( Gin October 25, Ib51. 12 July $, 1S1. 2G tf October, 1651. 39 tf October 15, 1l. 41 u