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. 4 i r 1 m CD j WHOLE NO. 901. TERRE-I1AUTE. INDIANA. DECEMBER 21. 1850. VOL. XIX. NO. 3. WA B A X r 'I tho law, in the fT.f of J uatic Nrleo, now uqp of the most distil guished j jrit of Ihr Country, and a mrtuUr of tbe Super- Court of the United State. HcvttiJ milted tu the bar. and puraiwd lb- practice in New Ywik.lill ahoJl the year IM . eiuigratesl la this Slate Dil aet- lit-J in Vincennea The State had, at th t lime, been hut Ihre year a melnber of lhe Union, and the practice f the lw mvolv ed far more uf physic I n j..u.,- than it now tbsrs hut Judge Kionry possessed A robust? constitution and quite equal to the task of attending the Court in the lage district of count ry lyin. between Yinctnue and the Ohio river The Sute, at that time. wi divided into only fuui judicial circuits, and the tirt of which Yincenne w s the professional ml iutelirclual centre was composed of the Counties of Knox, Sullivan. Devies. Yig, Dubois, Lawrence n. I M-mr.- when he iraigned, aiul Judge Kinney ' If" Two years ago it Cost the county ppoii.Wd f.,r Ihe unexpired portion of hia ! on hundred dollar fr publishing , . .r, . . i ii i i ( tl. I'rlibuuriii Lisi. Lssi )ar, wa ar in Liu. I bo hr.t tmu t.r 1.1 by him was,. 11 ,i i . , i .1 IT.;.., 3 , formt J I) the tduor of the Uuin, ilwaa Ocube, I vii. Wh. ii hü wa, fwrwrrd : .iii,trl for eighty dolUr. Thi year Ihe elected ho rrvd nil I -."IT . Klih M. : Kp"w chirt-nl an.l irfriil (r th " ... , ' ) M DOLL.VUS How la thiat Lrl the till 1MI. when he resigned, ai.vl wasb.I rtll(.r ,.f tic i:.r, .a a holt liiue loe. hy Willi.iu P. Uraul, !.. v J ' 1 ti c Hiiinrl lo hiimelf lite guar.liauli lr.m the NutrmUr Ttm, l-il, ta ihn !"'' t'onnly Trraury aniwer. The eJ Mt . .I. iii .1 i I'le tirkir Ui k iu why lite Aulitor ilia y lerin, 11 1. John I.4W then 1 . , , : n.tl. u 1.1 j ir.lic.ir, Irl it ul ly fon rlt-rlivl ai.,1 Mrv-,l till .'1. au. I Mat kuc tract. It foul. I he Um rit.le. f.r le crd .1 ly Satotul U io .kii. w I it hrl( 1 h4h hall the I'tire Jtai.l lo ll.e Kre. Journal the SefleiiiU-r Trim, K0 I'rUuah K lclet followed him, and crd from the Vfarch Term. IjI, t ihr March Tmu. InVT, hrii he . UkCt't.l i hy Jana , Hu'he. who mT1 till Itj.'t'.. I I.,. S. p- ' tnuWr Tt-riii of tli4l ar hild ly Aim hroe U Ci.rlun, undri 411 (poiiiliuriil from the Civrrnor; au.l he w a followrd at t the March Term. l"7, hy J411.19 Mel. . tue 1Kui.. h ht aUo ht hl lrl of the Sridrui 1 JuJg? Kinrey iNn dititiuii d hiiut!f h r Term. I?,ai.d rtxilinuol th- ieiu4iu a an able an J ucceful practiiu'irr. 4u J I. r 1 f it t.i January, I r ( . The .cid HAU MKKTISU. At a tneetir-g 'f l niftnbr of the Uir ol Ihe Vifo Cireuil Court hehl allh Court !loue tn'lhe City of Terre Haute o the ltth dar I Dreember t?S9.to tratify thir rMf-rcl for their profoaional lnther Judßf Amory II -v ro derea.eJ. ' On m..Uon Cbirle T. Nolle, Kq . MlpoiM.il Chairman of the tneetinW' aiiJ on the motion of T. H. NeU.n. K , 1. V. Pat'r on w a ehotn Secretary. The chjrCt of the ineetii jf hanjf rt tated hy tl chair K. W. Thoiupoo f.fTer.d the CoU.ii.j: reaolutioi. h fh were aduj trd RfiolrtJ. That a cotniuittre of fife te ap pointed hy the rhair to rej-ort rea.dutiooa rtpresie of the nwof lh ueeliu The cunrnitte coiitio of H. V Thofup- n,T. H NeUoL.Wui K. IUarJa an 1 E K. Baetl. reoorted the foUow.i-.g aawLiTioM. Wniaa. We bat heard of the death of our late frirud aod profeaional brother, Atoory Kincey.wbo departed thi life od th 20lh of laal monih. iu hia natife Slate of VermoDt, where he had goi. ta recoter hi io.pairwd health ; tlrfare. AVWwJ. That the member of he Bar, and the officer of thi Coorv feel, with the dee-t ycipathy,theloa which the pro feMon aad the country hT a ttaited. in the death of Amory Kinney. innubrr of thi Bar. Rf$oltJ. That we cherish the higheat r.peet for the profeaaional learning of the dvceatd: f'r the purity and oprihtnea of bia proteaionai life; and for the amia bU and eicellent quality bch belong rd to him at a man. Re$!rJ, That R. W. Thofnpaon d iooe th Circuit aüd Common Pleaa Court lhat thee rfolotion b entered upon the mum- üutiei or whicn oHne he faithfully dis- jx.ty ,,J Willaii V. BtniH-lt, who um tee of their proceeding. j charperl for several yeara.t the entire at ( aJuntted at the lirt term, in April. 1M ; - - 1 m . a k . iICtiou ol the community, doirijf. at I Cria-ral . Johuon, William Prince, understand, the buinra f uearly th liH l.awreiT ; n I CharKa Dewey, whble county. la leCK). he hvesmo .ican- admitted t li Jul" Tvifn, IM ; Jacob didate for the Legi!atu.v and wa elected ' Call, Jan.ci Na.h ai.J Jauu-i B. Betu.ett. to the Houae of Reprventativi over Judf ' a J mi tied at the Octoiwr Term, ; Th t John Jetcke, wto yet lieber atuongut u, ; rua 11. Blake admitted at February Term, j would da it 1.0 lucr, felil it it largely j higher than we l.ave charged the county. We w ill new conclude, & we did a ft-w djt ago, with ihia adiuoiiilary advice to our neighbor, lhal he had LUr lell the truth, of quit writing. KItOM CIIAIILKSTOTT.V ; Wade-For tLe biet of purpoei th ! lion, which lid cier, icitruelicg Iht Cm i grrat parly to w hick be. (Mr. W.) bloogd j mitte 00 Territories to inquire. iW tfce ia. a a a , a I a . Avw ' had tett charged wttä coepnciiy in lliii Cook and Coppie Attempt to Escape! Kirf Hllmi mt lit l'rtiuri. afTair; bull. treated the charge with corn and contempt. It had Weu entirely ovrrttrair.d that it caw fall on hie ear w about giving him a aiLjle emotion. II koew what the fTect of auch a charge would U in that pari of the country where obtained a lrh'e practice, hut it waiHit Confintsl tu lhi circuit, f r he had not at tr'in mi held by your H.nior, by apjH.ii.t j ineiil , prr v iiu to lh elect ivi ii under which tended the court aa far tip the Wabash Hui now hold your pt.rnt position. In Taltey a thi place He Cv.nfined hime!f ! l jkii over thii'li-t tt ihe rreaidrnl chitriy lo the -.utheru count. e of ihi-i cir I JuJh-e d thin Curl, I find (hat every cuit and to lhoe lyinif iu the western part I of then, who precede I Jude Kinney ex of te Circuit, extending down to the Uept Ju.le I..iw haa one t hi iinal ac Ohio river. He, however, soon extruded ! count ha app ind at a hih. r Court, hit practice to thi conuty, and was admit ai d lf.ire the J.i! and final iiid;ett ted a-i a member of this Bar, at thi October Jud,f. from ul.r decision there ino :ip Trrm. HJl of thi court; brfie which! peil. Ihe remainder are -tili connected time he ha. I removed from Vir.cenm to with the profession; home disiinuishrd Washington, in Davirsa county There he n the Judges of u!her Court, and others remained till wheu he settled rm.i nim at the b.ir. And . too, with those Deiiliy iu thi place which then a who were practicing 1 iwwi here ul the t'se mall Tilla with a population of only a time f his admission .it this bar. Th, few hundred. The year after he came here! mt.re Nalhatl;,i lluniiitoi., (ieore K C he wa elected a Justice of the i'eace. the 1 Salli van. Samuel Whittled. Jonathan Which, on motion of T. H. Nelaon Kq., er Idopted. with the request that R. W. Thompaon K.4.. pretent aame to the Hon. Judgea at the Vigo'Circuit inJ C ru moo Meat Courta, and move that they be apread upon their record. On motion it i resolved that the Secre tary of thi meeting furniah a copy of the proceeding for publication in the differ ent cewapapera of lhicily.and that a copy be traoroittd to the widow of th deceas ed. CHAS. T. NOBLE, Chairman. C. Y. 1'atTaaao, Sey. Upon preventing the Jabove ;reoluliou9 1 tk rireuit Court. Col. Thompaon made a s a sv. s w - the following remark : Ihe nh.se in ub'taiifi, appeareil in the L eal nie of ti e Terre Haute Journal Miioe da a , md as we did not feel call ed tipon to piy it the leat rnl.b ration w hile it remained a charge from that juar ter.ii't that it is re produced in the lead in coluuin of that paper, and charged by the nltt, it i proper that t should no tu e it , and e our n ader the fact in the ld CooVeily ahouhl make one ilercu Inn flh.rt to 111 the titilh We are aware Im iiMiidurnl it would be for him to do 0, but Ihn ftlranrnvs of the ccudilion would btbird h 110 kohu .eauie Try it iiru'hhor, f.r even a ilouh face Democrat 1 1 4 t Xpeiii nee :i thrill of delight ffolil VIT tuotis HCtioll. It is ilill'irull to eiiunierate the number of faUt hoods in the at oVe paragraph which we flipped from the Journal. 1 he prede cefor of the pre-mt Auditor never did let the publishing of the delliopietit list "out by contract. " It was iveii lo the dilTer rnl olViCe in thi city, in rotation.' Three years ajo, it wan published 1 1 the Klprea, two ymr no, in the Journal, 1.11 year in the Cnion, and this )ear naiu in the Kx press. The price received hy each one of ! any furtl the tativr. was, 11s u e understand, the i Arm a ame, leita. much per line. In lofithe deliMjuent list was about one sixth it lare an it is this year. Iu 107, when the Journal published it, it was some larger than the prccredihtf year, ml in lr.", wdieii it appeared in the cob . t i. ns of the Union, it was less than the CuAtirowx, Dec. I.V At half pat H o'clock thia evening, two of the foiidrmr.e.l priaonera. Cook and Cpvtie, ectpeJ from iho jail, and were find upon by the tenlinel and driven back to prison. They are now in the hand of Sheriff Campbell. The prionera had iiounted the jail wall, when they were die covered by Ihe sentinel on the oulaide, who immediately gave the alarm, and fired ttlMillKnftlO.VAI.. W Aftiufccio, Dec. H Hecu Mj McKie, of Mia , raaumed hia remark, ajie he cnu. uow to the (jurition of filing the rtaponiililily of the delay iu orgaoiaiog the Hou 00 the Ue publicin part j. It had teen ahowu lhat their candidate for the äpeakerahl'p, (Mr. Alivinun I Ii ft .1 ft 11 1 I. i a ti ltii ilura I., a r a r r ' ft .11, .. ri-llk r ,rA lAlki ablast., I recommend in ir the circulation of a tok . , , , . . . ,, , . . , , , I motivea of hcrthero men. He regarded iniaucable to the iclcrtata of the .South If.l , , , . , , . . . . 1 , f.t ii . j Ji hn Brown ae inaane, and ttked SoaUra aa !he cenllrmaii had aald, he did not form . . ... . , , ... to diicrimmate) between the man and hi uw lu.irun ui i limy, wuii. u iiirw 11a : .... . ... ..... . ! ,L . 1 .1 1 . 11 . , , i i i . .1 acta. If the Mate of Virgtcta feela deeply there waa no choice; the tocood bmllot t character, wLich n adverse to the ir.atau .... . ' . . n. i ii iuie j at tnia excurtiou iqio ner ternu-ry 1 ks- ikuiuu vi ivrT.Li.uuiarj "I- HI . . . . . and the murder of Iter eitieeoa, wtai vera expedicBCjr of rr pewling la much of (bo Act for the org-aciastian of lha Terrilornl goTernmentof New Mexico and Utah at require lhat all lawa p.aaJ by tbia Ter rilorj ahall be submitted lo Congrrv-i for approral and inapectieo. Mr. Mal'.eiry, af Fieri ia, ive noiiee f hi ictntioo la iotrodace a bill to rajakate and increaao the pmj of the Kavy. The Senat theo proceeded to lha abac tioa of a Chaplain. On the Aral ballot .: 01 .1 . nun 01 Slavery ia ine eoui itrange that Southern gentlemen aboold be eenaitive on the aubject, when they con- J the feeling of the Nortbera raea, few ..-I , iL,. .1 ,; , hi .1 .! year ao, wLoae relation and Inend cad aider that the aentimenta 111 IleiDr a Look ' 3 ' wre c.lcuUtrd U produce resolution and j D ioU' 4 f,r di'Uül 'oud . 1 j . 1 1 . . t .III , . . nil 11 wit ma nettueraia purrcwa 01 n Lloodahed in the South Tke nartv which 1 ., . .1 . , , 1 great and powerful party f drtre thm out bv it ro'ir.i eave rik lo ll.a r.ilu(inn f . ' r J . 1 n. , 1 . 1.1 J a I . . ....... . 1 t I " ..'.. upon w.em. i i.y naa aaweu ineir maua MrCltrk of Mo sLow,j U MJ rMpon.;" r"'","n " oveuieore u.ucr luau.u cleaa.under w.th tkw blade of a knife ,iu brfor. lU counlrr for if introdct- lloM h,ch lLfjr thr, They were which they ha I concealed and made 'OMtion a""ew- , lo the fact of the great ir creaae of the An It is ascertained fron their couf. e.ion , t i S j Mllliul.Mi lt Kim .North, which lhat they have been engaged in preparing j Ilftluraiy lo tlcU r(.at aa tboae at for their ehcape during the last ten day. irr.r.. yerry Ue l(Atl lb UapMvijcilt. They made a hole in the wall near the ! rimiütll .iblr for agitating the window, which ll.eycni.c aled with pa- bH . . . v , s T per, hid.nK ihe brick they r.moved tuder ; fon(Wt j,lvolv lU ,fplj tnJ ü(. prot. ; tovnt, ioTtded that peaceful territory, and the-be I Upon an alarm being given, ihey j p,ry ofofl, MClio of ,u Ur4i( TU j exerci.ed tyranny wver tbean. Ia hia judg. made ru, reniatai.ee, but aunendered ; Anti-Slavery doctrine wa, lW fcoul ,oJ j ''. only diff.reuce betweeti tbat eaie hoonasthey.l,cove.ed,bytheahotofthe,,jfeofU uhicgniimi , ...d thi. w a that en th oceaaioa of the . ..' Iii . ..I . ... I ..... i ' ll ' . m . it ha an erd-tene. H dtnied. in re- invaaiau 11 wa mu lor bo otter . .t . . .ti ii 1 . 1 . j .luriveo eav iney were rnaraerea in cola Helper lxok ia a mere incident . . . 3 OIOO-3 ineir propenj at-;royej. i uey appealed to Congrea for reUrea, and Ihey only got intuit here iaatead of ay e pa lb y. Thi Government at leaat eootivtd at lhat bar.d of coatpiratora, ho, arming them- ; aelve with armt belonging la the govern euliiiil, that they w tre detected. The event has produced the utmoat " iponae to a .emark bv Mr. Ccrtia. of Iowa 1 r'urP lL" latroduc lavery there at .......I I ..... ... I all ..... ll A al .al ' I a a aa citement here, and all are on the alert. ; .... t, n ., 01. ' all haxxrda. and by fore of arm, where Major (leneral Taliaferro ,s directing . wy r, 0 the other ,de, th. Anti- M Jhn B' ' v,lh every thitii' in person, and w ill maintain an c. ..... unlaw ful purtoe, uudertook to axuraale . ,i r r . i ölry party wa aifgreesive, whi e ti e ' , , , A . ,.. . ii i ii I . r i ii ill v.l .iiiu.rvi.iiiii oT hffiira until ' ' ' rB ' ' .1.-. f,-.., it .. C . i .. , I V:.:... .u....... ..v.... ... w. ....... lino j iiuiu it gMi vi f ii v iui a . , , ., . t , 1 democracy atood on the defensive Witt I - I after tlie execution. U e do not apprehend . . :.. . Mr. Wde aaid that he did net co back la ., , ,. ; U Kepublicat meaa by the protection of ' , , . " . ur Ur d.lbcu ty. lhe righl of . H fcJ unu.wlooJ , purpoa. of ju.ttfytng other account nay that the 'rt of 1 John Brow a and h.i crew, ,u th. inva.ioD Several petition cera preented, whra the Senat, adjourned till Monday ucxU WakHiiLiTon, Dec. IG. nOL'SK Oo motion of Niblack, of la , wa received that until the electiou ol csUemed and reaected by u all. but who j lr-1'J ; Simuel J udah, Joseph Warner, Hi. ' Hre ,,ow r',,''"'tf in a very short time muat follow him to the ram M. Curry, William H . Kennedy, James ( Spirit world. During the aeasion of l.'JO ; Farrinjrton aud David Hart, admitted at f 1 31, our tatute were revised better, the March Term, John Law, admit- ( probably, than they hae ever been sioce ! td at the March Term, 1?J1, and James and in that department of legislative labor j Mc Kinney admitted at the September Term. Judge Kinney rendered most important service. He, however, continued hi prac The price we got for the publication in I (i w as u ruinous one, not pa) inj u one- third of our usual price for auch public tiotis we lost money n it then, and would never think of doing it at the aame price again. Mr. Cookerly sajH he got $U0 for ' for it publication in 1'7. Our recollec tion i, that it was not near as large then lt03. Of thoe wlio cowtpoaid thi bar at the time Judge Kinney commenced Iiis taawata an t a i n .1 Ini al a eaw 1 Aalt 1 aw tn a j aa ! v ai t i f am 1 j r ttfiv f. tllT Ü ru iii kins i JUill.l nibuik, lilt tiv a l- , 'hoik j u . .vv.. .v.. ( . . . . . . . . ....... tit ,, I .t" now, bnt t veil then he did not ret a fair pointed Fremden Judge, by Gov. oble. , Dewey, Judge Law, Mr. iarnngtoii r.nl . . , , f . ... . . . ' , f , t i t -i compensation for the ierv!ces he rendered in 1831. urou the resignation of Judire Mr. Judah. Of thtH . Jude Dcwcy is al- . o John Law. He held but one term of the ready lost to the profession and country by t to inari I atatf FliaflAtt äf .,.lK.m U. It. I- 1 wvv... vi UUUI'ICIU MUII. ie wimlor wire awed, but all M envel . . . . , . It was part of their platform that Conerra oiM-1 in mynteiy. ! . . . ... -it. I i the aovereign over the initiation of ! I he prisoner are heuvily ironed, and a ! pj j J "' iiimwun , aiu 1 1 til vjr uau ariHial iriiaril I ut und i ii ir i.ver them atrtetH in front ami around the jtil are alao kept clear. t . i .i-. t tegiajaiiTc. coruroi oi i tie itoTernment . 1 would they not ronaider it competent to J exclude lavery froaa the Territorie by act of Virginia; but only to how why it ia lhat the men of tba Free State, to a eon aiderable xlcnt, did aympalbiae with this old hero, in the darkeat hour of Kat.aai when her right were all invaded her pr.sptcl looked gloomy and lit Federal M.C0SP LlsTAICII. of COncrea7 L' nrirr that claim tl.w mnU I Then it ai that old John Brown arming d commenced .-..a: a a : v r . mm m . ) u. : .. ,i i . , : vo uo u.a. juaiice 10 niraaen ana loiiowtr. day9.go,ln:tweiM,Geu.Taliaferroandthe;77;7'''' ' " T that the Government denied. II. did it tieatruelion iiiifir 1 :..nai ii .o i.-.n . 1 .mij. jailor, in regard to placing entmeU inside ' ..... ' ! wjth a heroiam of dvtermiaation that chal ' IT . - nrrAnn..f rrn..ti..i .1.;. .1 ...wu.rn.mon iiiidu io luivriere iu ner oe Tl . .1... .1 .. . .1 . ! v.-un via iLii uirr uiu . . . . . i ne iuiaoi.ris u .jr iiiau niejr goi u.c , .r .ball. i hen It W a that Old Johl . i . i i i' I he exercise of auch power Georgia arid i 6 A miaund.raUnd.ng occurred terl ., , , ,fe . to do lhat juatice to himaelf and L the jail. The jailor claims the right to j and would reit even to the dissolution of I . ! T, i .the Union. He called en lhe Soulhern Op- have In own men. The General gave way j v.uy lhe covntv. But the editor of the Journal says he . . ii. -. . Y - I tiiiut : I ha . .. j . i - . i 1. 1.:, l . ... i r . v rr; . .1 ilkl IT i o awv - - - com i. unuer mi at uui iiimeiifc aim js l'iiisioi muuuio, uu jh. ihhi,ium . . , , . . .r.l .1 ,t . l i ... . , , lias Keen niiormeo oy iiir nmm ui m- Uen charged by my brethren of the bar. , e,ec,eJ hj ,Le jgi,Uture at the next ae anil one of our most rt peeled and est, ma- . , , . .. ioq, for the full term of eveo years, du-' ble citizen-, though loi g since retired rrom ,, , , . . ' i . t i t i r t i.t cation of the delinquent list, lau year, wa nng all of which time he held the office, ! the practice. Judge Law and Mr. Judah; . . .. 1... - I., I.,f nm.flitin? tn with ine meiancuoij uui; . t-.- n your Honor, the reolution adopted by lbem,exprcaiT. of their regret at the de Ceaeof their Ute eateeroed frieod and brother, Jude Amoxt KmstT. The per foraaanee of thi duty, i especially nelan choly to me.wbeo I look upon tho with whom I am profoaionally aociated here, and ee that I a'j the only member of thi bar, now left, whoa lockar iUered orer with the frot of year ;-that Judge Kin ney wa himelf.bnt the othr dy,the e oior member, ana that cow, by hi decease lhat position muat t inigned to me. It admouiabe me that I too. muat put my houte in order for that but a few year at moat, aud it may be. but a few dayt. ahall elape. before I may be. myself, fol lowed to "tha,. lKurn. whenc. no traveler return." I tint Ucarue cquaiuled with Judge Kinney in th. year 131. ami while he wa the Frrident Judge of tbi Judicial i t'ircuit. ii i. at the time, holding court in the town of Rltomingtoii, which I viaited with the view of obtaining hi lg- nature to tuy licenae ai a practiiiog !tw rr the law at that time requiring that a ltcene ahould U ligned by two Judges Although I had previoualy obtained the inalurc cf JudcJohn K.Ru, FrcVident Judge of the Secoud Judicial Circuit, who then reidcd in Charleston, Clark county, and died a few year after yet Judge Kinney deemed it hi duty to ubject me to a rigid examination o cartful wa he lo that tho. who were added to lhe profession wer. qualified by pre ion tudy. During thi examination I waa trocgly impreed with the idea that be netolence and kindnei were hia great leading charctriatic. and the many aob equent year of our pri?te ard profes- aional intimacy served to convince me thai 1 kad not tken roitaken biro. I harenev r known a kinder or more Wnevolent n Rn whether in the practice of hi pro fsion or in hi intercour with society Hi heart was always open to the aoftenicg and mrlting influence of charily, and if. in lb ardor of hi professional pursuit he vetoed, l any lime. l exhibit harshne. cither in wanner or expression, the mo- u.eut the CKcasion that produced it had pasaed away, he lost no time in aaaurin,; ither a successful or defeated adversary, that x.o feeling of unkindr.e could dwell, ermnc ntly. in hi breast. In thi respect.be wa, indeed, a Rondel fr u nil to imitate. Judge Kinney was a native cf the lo n of Bethel. Washington county, Vermont where he wa b.rt on lbe I3;h Uy of Ami. 191. nd wa consequently tH year and C months 14 at the time of hi death. Hating, in early life, neither th. adentge of fortace nor education, beyond lhoe which were then furaihed by the common school of hi nrtive 5t.e, btffU himself cempelled, Uf re bebal reached lb. yr r o( hi rajrity, loemi gra'e b Western New York which waa than, by it (jr.tt fertility nd the early tnterprt. tf itt citiien. inTitiriat emigra tioo from th. Statraof New F.ogland. He j aettled in the town of Courtlandfille, in Courtlaod county, when atout 19 jer of age, and engaged in the loperioten dtDCe, aa forneao, of a cotton factory, sjbich w a doing a large and flourishing business. The esUbuabruect waa, bow and discharged its duties most acceptably ; still remain, as they hive been for year. to lhe community vd the Bar; to the form- j amongst tha shining lights of the profes- W9 CooLvrly would publish in hi columns for i truth, information nctived from such a' lenged admiration from hi friend, and J i Ti r .1 .ruu ir.Tn iidui u i a r uruiir a. ut uivic to him, but placed a guard on the out.ide, ! ' f ' f - " " j lhe tordcr ruffiini from the territory and tt'rirer1' ' I Ä ke I Mr. Wad. tili... tnepmoner opposition to the enemies of the South. ' Brown sit rendered insane by the Look aays that he could fiave made hi I ' .... I .fn. .,f bl.o I b ba I iin.... :n r-. . ,, ., ,,, i Any thing calcuated to injure ot.e cetiou ' cee-tf blooJ h" btJ W,ln'd 10 Kan escape, had he jumped down and throttled ! . .J .. rmiwu . . ,. . ,l- t. ' . . J 1 j injure the other. He would aee that no ' fur be d,J 001 lh,nk an oe ntn on t.esenmel i entiment goes out ea'culnted to mislead I trlh oulJ wriou',Jr oodertak the enter- CiiAHLksTowN, a., Dee. 1G. , , . . ... i -t n. .1. ; i i . l j ... ..... f ... : nd deceive the public mind at the South. Pme- He alio laid, he hid never eeo a lhe negroes. Shields dreen and John. ., , . . 1 tinr.U r.er.m, i, rt ?.--.-. ..: i r . . i with regard to the Northern union uniting I ,DS'e F'er,,0u w'10 justified Brown a raid, . a - n wun crime. live. i Xt Boston. Which Was eallorl In rr'.ra ..,,r I-1 I .1 . :. . I i ' b" " ' er by hi acknowledged impartiality and Mon in the Snte. i ...-imwu ... u.u,w ,s ,rrj grra,. .u ance to lhe SUtll th.t . .oaoJ conserra. , H, ibeu prceeeded to r.nly to Mr. John anxiety to administer the law justly, and ; We cannot be insensible to the lesson 0"'Ct'. , , ,, . ' 1 l,p cxccul,ou w" w ,lnfc std hJ ltPr- ,jve MDlinent exi.te,j itJ Nort f( .i i on'i rritieima on lhe KrpuMiean plat ...taahHarUl! ,. . . .1 o n, i r l n ' w h ich i s t.u.h t b v this br ic f 1, i stor v of ' h nd the folio w , a s part o the re-, Sut, d. At li o'clock thi. morning the field ! Kicn ft, - form. Mr. Wade .aid, he wa, not one of -J J i " r,.r.l of ib.. iirocif..tini4 of the Hoar.I of i : i i... .1.. . 1 .. t " ... . . .. !! , Oil ...I ll... .... ll,,.! I Q - - -- -- , H VIVU PICH O III- II OWI'S , ,IU t IUI II ratian. rrrat ...an ill .'m.hll nf mill. ..IIP I .mit. AllllOUrll I Til1 TO AT ii tllOse Still J ' . 1 (Toiintv (onmissioner: . ! . 1 .1. .n.u. r n 101 l. ;. m... . . n .. .1 . n. .-I 11 j c1.2r.Mi1.. It in tli.i v iifur nf mt 11 . i . 1 i- -i 'Dec. 11, 1?.. Order io. i.tJ, for date for Congress in thi District haviDg, hood, who were here at the earliest umo I V), issued to Isaac M. Brown for pub for his competitors, William C Linton, j have referred to, jet Death ha struck Ushing ihe tltlmwnt tax ltt oj 1KS." George Boone, John Ewing, John W. Da ; down, with his fatal and unerring arrow, This is rather conclusive proof against via, Hugh L. Livingston, and John Law crery one of those who were connected with ( thr information you received from the "ed utcs of II oYle-ck Ihe procession made its i Le ,iaJ rireH.t,j no St,ntfilt.nt whif h W9nt j er. were deeply criminal for all he knew. appearance. It arrived at 1 1 o'clock at the ; U(), en1crUilJeJ hy KepuMicar. 1 How hal'il" -tnd J' rn.xlefy the feel- scaffold. The prisoners were in wagon, Mr. Vallandi.h.m, of Ohm. id that ! of li 41 W"'- himelf accompanied by the Sheriff and jsilor.- i ny m-n . ( a alareholder: but he exnres.ed the ; J "iiv iiiuvirtii auu Ull'liri ffr . i- ' They mounted the ncatTold with a firm ate. ; ommeodation for the w;culation of an iu-1 hoH? 1,1,1 lL,t ,nl,tuuou might be abol- but one of whom Judge Law atill liTcs. ! the firt term of the Court. And no o:ic of ' ilor Gf ,he Union." Yo i are altogether too ! 1 . rr,sone" , 0J . "P fJ'J oVcr j cendiary document like Helper, book. ' i-hd b' 0,re mrtBi- How long would he l ! " i lhiie liamta.la l.t f has aSriff taiiil a ft or annr.i. ' " I a a. - Althcugh unsuccessful, the vote w hich he the w hole list of Judges, nor one of the , Cre lul'"is, neighbor. received was affaltenng one at a time early practitioners, is left at our bar. . delinquent tax list this )ear is; when candidate were supported more on ' Judge Kinney was the last. He lingered' aryf thaw it w a, tu 1 bo!, and it is circu account of their qualifications and merits ! long and laUred hard to maintain th hon - ' latCl t three limes as many citizen. We than their support of particular parties or or of lhe Court arid of the profession . And J lOUi j have n fair liung price for the pub- party platforms. After the term for which he, too, has gone at l.il leaving us to re he wa elected circuit Judge expired, he gret his los to ourelf t and the country , , j, i --t.t f I .. t -i - . ii . . i" reiurnea again to ine practice, ami ine urm , ami lo cnerisn a recoiieruon ui nis pnue- not ,,1, cent more, nottmect llieil lirillB t.J tllr iTiirnu, .nil nil. I vi''lti- . , , I O I j pnatt prayer by Lev. Mr. North, of the ' . a ia a .a a a 1 " t ristylenaa Uliurcn, tliey were launched into iternity. Before the rope was cut, J npAjtn spa ea a3 1 1 at ta ti 1 I w r CT a as tr a f r Aid ' mi it ii ivniva i v s' ia 7 u i.iwi w .... ... I Mr. . resumed his remarks, aasintr L te it u a e I "Atal jj at a nnt I cav.l f r nra v r j r a i llttttx'M VS S - .....-w-.- P " , . a a a a a a a -v v mvii M I , IIU Hill I I II 11 I f llr.iawrt as tAi-isL- n a ai l.r.LAii and Lata ilia.l i be permitted tn remain in Virginia now and make such declarations. Ho had been a i a a a aa He gave way to a motion to adjourn - ' ccaa or Hur.cin.: ioo. He 1 !.. a a a motion was rega'.lved. wouiu me to anow wuen ne bad done so. Mr. Llay quoted from the speech of Mr. r.miitv wh:it is rit'ht. what is PrOtu T. J " ' I ...111 o .1. 1. . S.'-PSa v V of which he was Ihe aeoior member, sm ; ionsl worth and private virtues. i we charged tin counly too much T that is prayer it ti i-i wihii non . - wi.iatii, aim nc tiitrn , . . . . . . i the floor till lha fi.nrt L .J M.r.l I... n l i a .. rt, uui lti n i.iiii w iiiuru in I ,. .. ti. a . ! Ihll hn wnnl.l l..i I ... I . . w vaiv. ...nil.. violent c.nlortions lor several minute ; acquired i very large practice-perhaps, Judge Kinney was well read in all the j linU xv,,ir,, seem to trouble our 1 ' L' l,r,,une" Utl'U ;- n ll.e j Anolltr M.otiori lo Bjj.lirri . jT hi language was forrectly reported, the largest in Ihe Wabash valley. In department of law, though in my ..pinion, ' J scaffold, to the minister-, expressing a hope ; (j . Mr Clay aikrd h J he did not disavow li:,bewaitirged to Wome a candidate he was a Wtter Equity than Crumon ' J . .tuUiUvd j?rlli.illK rai... ! l lh'm 1 1'""- .V'V'T " ! Mr- V- proceeded, and rr.d from lL. " four )e.r ago. when il wa. quoted here? acain for the Legislature, in toose.iuence Law lawyer. This may have been ow ing, ... ,. eleven minutes aner 1 1 n ri.Kra. i ne uo i - is v.i per cuiuiiiu ior oui' iiiouui in um i of his known zeal iu support of a common 1 as it. doubtless, was, to the natural struc . U tvL, ifcHU-. This rate we a irf. ', lo proceed this evening. Union was all mere fietion. If- . I 1 . . a . a . a ate H did i,.i 1 .-ur-wanr aammea xnai ne üia milti i pretty fierce ipeech, but did not think lht acbool ayatem of education in behalf of lure of Iii mind bring nlwiy more feci , right lo charge ihecutinly. ll ia tlie rate hiah he published a seiies of articles rea.y t.. sesrch aft.-r the j i-tice of a cause a anf wrrclul ut ,nnufHCluT a i a a .I'.t ,in and &II of our patron, ll is our es I lablisli-d price, and unless lio advertise- Containing raoat valuable information aud ' than to adhere to the unbending technical- lint he was a exhibiting a thorough acquaintance with 1 ,tie of lh- Cmm m Law lhe aubject. He warl.cled. and at the , , ,u. .,f- lMrt,ri m. r liber side ( cssion of l47-4 distinguished himself , üf ,he curt . under our old pract.ee. Hn 1 u i( Utf We measured lhe Compendium nf Helnar'a Ivrtnlr tra!. aM i Mr. Wade I am noi in lha habit of die will l placed in lhe jail, for interment j i,r.cicg lhe blronj. Ab.,,itiol. aentimenta. I ,ook inR io xh tke ' f lh" If he tO IllorroW. I T,d l..;l l.l .. i- i 1 tnaarh ti as llf.talle . rnU.I :i ... .1. ii I-., inj aiU, n ns me uOCUinP W lilCÜ IlllT i ' --.....-.i ni-wn.j ii .auviic eight member of the lal Congress had ! n"1 J friend but by entmy W th. Ct doritd.and recommended b. Im cireula- , Republicans. i ted throughout the North and Wr-t and i Mr ,w ,n R "paper up The Imdies il the n-jjros, nftiT iM-ing cut down, wtTi- placed in Foplnr rotVins, and enri isl back tothejail. They w ill Im by originating some if lhe most iirportanl ' -..i.i and anfrii iche.l lh: merits of - - ; aatati- - aa part of our Common school s)strtn and I a f t,, was universally eourtroii to the the gresjt ability wilh which he advocated : parties, witnesses and a I ver-ries and the extension of the sylui until it should 1 ueUlX forgot w hat was due to his i.m n ot embrace every child in lhe State. In I-.V2 ' tlinity of th) court. He ha Uf. us a our Common Fleas aytfui wa organiied. ' j,,., ,it .irofei.in il exmp!e to follow, and yet som of those very signer had reeeut ! I'nr,ifirT i party, ly assured this Hons- that ihev are not ,r wde said he had allude,! lo the ! irritatior. in censerjuenea of atTairi in Kan sas. and. at he annual election of thatyear. he f l wfr. jk),,Lle for him again to r. vis-t ifi f( n , llC t , at n newspaper. He jinteiml to-morrow, on the spot where the i callows stands, theutfli there is a party of I i : . - i... i.. I...-c. ti-:.. ..i. i... ' .. .... . county delinquent bt j'l nwaaure ) ,,MU" ""- "m. .mu.u-i, w Atwutumiaia tiotwnhstanding that! .. . .. . i . v.... i will doubtless tint ft 1 low I hi-in to rrinnin i Mr V .l.air.i a . .1 . u. Hliy oilier ail eniseiiieiit, ami tutii w c ; ..... a ...j., , ,, , . rua-, c hariM.I, I ul wie hilf itUil ine ,Uty rerr y j ,,"n ! jority refused lo sen de to hia w a . j After a short debate bttaeen Wade and uUrr yrrtum. We ehargr.l a much lea The Imdie of the two negroe prisoner j lie read from a circular which recotn Cl7 Mr. Mason resolution wi unni- r .1 .i .i ...... .1... ...i j i . u : . . . I...K....I.I i,.l ii... ;.:t . i ..... .t. i . . ' mauslv adopted. pr ice itrmiswori.ni:iii.f- nn iuii(rii ; iiinini; "'th iiii.Mnin na. i I-, im- Jin .i i moiuni iriiiiu nirimt iiifaiiirci to pro - forani.iual amount of wink, Mtice we I quarter to l'J o clock , thi afternoon notice duce a slave insurrection in the South a elected the Judge of lhat Court, for this county, for four years Thi wa the last office he ever filled, and altar the expi ration of hi Urm, in I "."(. he continued the practice until his dca'.h. His hrsllh. in the mean time, Lecano impaired and his I (, r,.fllPl, f ,,- c ,,irl. i A fter executive seas inn Senate adjourned. a Speaker, lha Clerk of the last House b. authorised to exercise the power devolv ing .a the Speaker for preserving order ia th. galleries and on the lioor of th. House, for the tits, beicf -under tie rule of Ihe last House aud lhat lb .Sergeant at Arms, for a like purpose, be under tbe direction of the Clerk. 13 r. Bor.bam. of 8. C , aaid th. whole country were anxiously looking to the as Jsect of alTaira here, and enquiring why we did not elect a speaker. The reason was tbat tie majority of the Hause were utwil ling to place in that chair au endorser of tbe infamous Helper book, and deem them elre justified in resisting hi election by all fair and honorable means. He had noth ing to aay against Mr. Sherman, peraoLel ly, but referred t him politically ; and eordially assented to th. resolution lhat neither be Dor any ether man who endorsed Helptr' book wa tit lo U Speaker. H beltered it. Yr. B. proceeded to say lhat th. Missouri Compromise was a fatal error of th. Soalh; that he wa ia favor of di olring the TJcion whenever 5ewird, or any one holding hi views, should bo eler ted President. lie replied to Nelson ia orTow, doI io arger. He denounced Mr. Hickman aa a renegade and a Kepablican. TLe South demanded thai slave property should be protected In tbe common Terri tot I es. He said Gea. Jackson bail not put down Bonification in South Carolina. He defended Booth Carolina and her course. Ht considered the Constitution cf more value than the Union. When he said if Seward w a elected Fresid?nt, hn uttered tbe aentiroent of hi entire State. How then could Southern gentlemen be expected to consent to the election of Mr. Shermau. wqo came here reeking from the pollution of doctrines adverse to S.uihern interests. Mr. Clark's resolution, he said, was right and proper; and ha told gentlemen that they w.uld preserve the institution of si a very or periah in the attempt. Hi patriot iarn began at boBe, and h. waa for South Carolina against the world. Mr. Wilson made an explanation. He said he had never said that any man who bad endorsed Helper', book waa unfit to lire. Mr. Clemens, ef Ya., wanted the House to proceed to Tote for Speaker, and objec ted to gentlemen being compelled to sit here for fire houra in order to afford their brethren an opportunity to vent their rhet oric He gave notice that he ahould retiro from the House whenever he wa physical ly disabled;from attendance. If he could not get a "pair off" his frieuds would have to do w ithout hi vote. The House has taken two tnrr unsuc cessful ballot for Speaker, with the fol lowing remits. 7th ballot : Sherman, DC ; Bocock. 6ti ; UiJmor. i8 ; ncsttring, 9. Gilmer then withdrew . t?th bsllot Sherman, 1 1 1 ; B vock, til ; Boetler. Qj; scattering. 9. The Clerk stated that having beta trn powered to prevent disorder, both o-i the floor aud in the galleries, he should dis Charge thst defy; but hoped no case would arise compelling him to exercise the an thority thus conferred. Mr. Simmes, of Ky., made a speech of some length, an lhe wrong suffered by the 5outh at the hands of the North. Mr. Yalliadighsni was misunderstood by the Rejorter, yesterday. He said 0 thing about slavery in lha Territories. ). - was given to Cook and ('oppie thst their j Mr. Ashmore, of S. C . announced thai u. hi heart would wU w ilb j..y if be ftllr(jrj ltmt k'ilf nur ymUUtknl y,rtrt. The i time was approaching, only one hour more j at this time lhat prorrsmue was hirg I'OUsE. eould be asured iL at I. I einulal.d bi virtu.-. I now move )..iir H.l r thst th" res.. bi lious a lopted by the Hir, h- spread upon WasHiNorna, Dee. 14 -Mr. Vallsndighain pritd County Cniinissionei thinking the price t Lein allowed them. esrried out in South Csrolioa. To f . making hi spetch against Helper's iry reM. nable, nllowed it at once. j .ijji.r- movement similsr to those tuost vile and in fa mo use res I ureahad U'nk and the Republican party. He ssid la ... l.S aa'. . .aai leru caught in tineuville district with 10 Country neu us t.reath and listened fur Tlie alitor .f the Ji.uri.al say-, "it could j (,OM. at first executmo. were repeated, have been printed for less than half the md hitherto atront and robust constitution giving w y , he visited his native State last ! summer wilh the hope thst the invi.oa tmgclnuate f Yerai.n.t would aid in re ( storing h:m. but with no expectation that ! he could ever again become sufficiently vigorous to resume an active prsc'ice He heped. however, to return 1. ere, wäerebe had lied so long and where hehal o many friends, and to spend Ii list dsj .... .... . .i price paid o Mr. I ..kerly Know r,e sk(uhi , al x)0 do,,r of xle ;,; . com' I d . b . such ll.ii.g, and hi Foreman Oviook. the same military r in his otiice. tol I him lo Ins leeth, that if i -n rpmJilie. Meantime the rb a w.igon witn two iron Collins wa 1 t.- .. -it..- .. . ... . At half l,nn among the free negroes and nan-sJave. ,or' n" 1 m,n nreair i.r.i . n oecuj'iro I eort ' bolder. p. "diou rl i.eutrslit v ; ks was ant a Nor IUI. ...it ...... t . ' . ... Traar llsrvr. Dec. II. I--'.. . in his ..tuce. told Into lo Ins leetb, tbat ll , jn rmi,illt.. Meantime the closing eaci.in.m. . a..g mem , ti.rm man ; w as only l.ocn.1 to .1 by the ;j.r frörest. The Jnti.l of la-i ( kt w as conducting a pap. r. he would not f jiß;0, kf r,jCf, wf re ,,rog, jn lht j lr- Aahruore '"bl t hey xrould be claised . i,P of common language ; nor was be a vening ir. .peaking of the ,b lin.p.enl I s x , do such a j ... b.r U. thai. i.PMM) Aud we (rU Since the failure of the attempt of , ',h UA"r' renegade and thi.fjNortl.fr., man with Southern principles. list says: The ie..ple .b-ire lo k now m b y ,11 venf. re M s,y j I. U lha delinquent tnx (s(V.k .... ,.,,;, ... r.r.,,a n J ''" '""ii Carolina, v. ..n-spoti 1 t.co I.Htl n , fc, a United StMe man, with Ufi - , ii b - -n ... . .. i-.t- ... .. ... lheAditr din.t. l.ispr. d.ci ss .r.Ut , l,s- ,f this ro inty br tbe year 1 "..'., has j t rir Ä4.ll(n., c ,.,(,k,ir,. n. apparent re- Rrcaa-YK Cash SToaa. The treiuendon rush to this jsipnlsr Kaiporium, is mainly attributable, to b the judicious system ol advertising pursued by the enterprising yonng gtnllemao wlio manages in that de ...i l bv coolrsct " This I presume ia in . cost the count y less in proportion toil I Unite I f-r me. In answer I ty tret W length than in any other County iu lhe 4ir trktm th Jrttifl i'f w 11 I wihlo ail in this con r C 1 1 '' , t ! h I m. . I .ft an.nn.al na Hut 1 foVl.lCnfe i;f CTf C-l Hn . ..ii . i . ..i, I there i no lw fompellin. the Auditor t-i erwiae. and he diel amongst hi early ... i- i ' Ut this woik "by contract, and the pet. friend and .md the scene of hi boy- ,f ' 1 .... V . . . aa iiirli fi.-l.t lo f l.f I ti-l lie He was not afraid to d.e-b,r be i ' . ' hood . i . . . - i i . . - i i .....:. I" WS a consciennous ami ur .uwn luoinn snd thst the She; iff an I CI rk shall Ut .1 '. . .1. 1. 1 . i.ltoi" aa (bav litc In and regretled only thst he was no. per "'r-o.a - - 1 V . . I , . . ! reri-ii-e . -f - A l'"r. for ihr sll milted to die at his own home. He love J 1 . .. i 1 ' tifon the sam Mi!t-M'n i tft l il our C tV nd its people wss f ind cf os "jk n m f .b. t.i.l and i.ro,'rrs of the or e. ' ","rr,,r' V K s.. ... - ' j I n in nt (liihM be de led : a . a . . . .. - . .ir i . r ,t.. i sr.l tnt st -m a . ..... i i ino irfin AiKiiio. i tia.e ij j anil other- at anxious to pc: I lhe last small a'nour t of work done for the county. State We base I Itt I b f re u from the editor of lhe Lafayette Curur Le get in-.re than doubL' fol publishing the de liLqi i nt list in Tipj ersnoe C'unty, than we do for that of 'io county. We will nw make a preposition to our vtry c.c "nncal nuglibor. We will lake hr.ru of the o.o-t pi'pulous counties in the State, w hose ii-lit.iuent tax list are fo.w bci.'f pu' lishe.l , and if the price we i c! arged thi county i in. bd les than j the average j rice of lh-se, we will make) him a pr- c nt f v '.prov i U 1 he w ill pay signation had given wy, and tkey now locked at the reality of their fste with the full C'.nviction of its awful crrtairty TI ey wrre reserved and rslher quiet, but a a a .a joine.1 witn lervor in ine religious ceremo nttlm..! 'TI. '... ti V . . . 1 . . rl5cr.pie.of Helper's bonk tr diatnbu- itle slightest word utt.rrd here. Th. Un-i 1 l ' ! 4 a.liraWtls Sat.-kawV AT MA., fa. L. 1 1 I . -ws.i, -v.--a, wi a'rwvjwi in inr ivunilf liul here is little advantage iu keeping fit. goods, unlet the public is advised of the fad. In this fast age, ladies will not waste their lime in hunting up gooda, when, by turning to the column of the Daily Wa bash Kxpress, they can learn where lo go anil ftrt.l aoet. tint... ..f . i . . iVT., -.. the South all that Wlonged tn hrthe ' v .-. c . r. .i 1 , . I nrrrd Tor sale by those euterprising hous h ii'.i il Sill I.1V ri.'l.l l,i m . ' I ' w ' J 1 . orrn lour.aon ine person ( : in.. Parr. II , t(., Slate. pr.icipU. n wa far .a . i-.ti;. .1... .....i..- i..: . .... . . . K; and find Ulli iii.l Mttmmw -I.MIM f ir.rislHM,. B to the complicity of Northern mm. a . a .a 1 t Al nan pasi o a motion n a.ij nm was ; the Territories, and all the rights the Con carried.by 'i majority. j slitution confers. He ws eat a pro-sla- Scsstk Mr. Mason'a leaolution for the I TrJ 7n,n ,,,,r n' n Fro Slavery man. but 1 is . I ., nie, conducted by the Iter. Messrs Uhr, appointmeni of a Speeisl Committee of In , trebe inainerer.ee ou tbe subjeet. vestigatioo on the UsrrwV Vrrrj iinsston , " nrl uisunion man. n. held to i o.. ... -j - i came up. ore v. n ion, one uiinuuiisn, 11a nnr ne Mr. W a le, of Ohio, ssid thst at first il liny, which could not t fulfilled bot as a wa cot hi purpose to speak on the n-o lotion. He made op hi mind when the North and Waugh. When called upot; by the Sheriff, they stood calm and cjuiet whilst their arms wete leing pir.iored ; and after bidding farewell to lhe guarda of the js.l. were ht!ed into the wagon, and look testa on their coffins. Their appearance waa rather i - ra, wnose acmes are conspicuous in our eolumm, from year to year. united j eople, and by lhe IMal, irtmediate and unconditional destruction nf the resolution was introduced tbat he should j lioi.al, ar.ti slavery Republicin parly, vote for it not on account of any partien j After further disenssion, the eue ro- Iar lnebt he suppose,! wto.M lesult from cc? led to ballot, with lhe fnllrt-riar re sail: i e I. ... j.ySsM Hi. i.i nrrr. .... i ä made a eentrae! ' o. ihe l.fTrreuctf U-tweru what we Veciived gret.thatbe could not d so .. . Kefiectirg upon tbe death of Judge Kin ! fcr the irre, st I have endeavored every , and lhe n I average pnc-r ney.Ihaveto tempted to inquire into I time to us ihe same eeonomy that I woul i T he p..di rati u, ,.f the IV.if.qieHt List tie history of this Court, to see whst has : if transacting my own business, tin. I e . ; , f tl.e county , is ,,!y p,i 1 for directly out s-,mef 1... mir associates at Ihist ar Jl-eveis a n.3c a any , rmcipal Could tJ il.e County 1 f-asury indirectly th TW a. V s-s .f - that Of bopcliai despa.r lhan nf rmgna f il for he lhoo(?llt it Wou!(i prob.bly have 1 Sherman. IIO; Hocek.M;0,l.,er.2;sfal tlon; erdtbey aeenae.1 to take but Üttle tie tffi cf increasing in Yirgini lhe X- tenug, 'J. Nece.aary to a chaice, 1 14 rotieeoianyming.as me pMrea.ion -low. citement w hich already seems to be sutfi j dm)os1 on to lhe field of death. The c ieuvl r strong there. B it over this resolu a. t . V SB aa a wagon reacned tnescsnohj i.i minute ü. j lion hft whol- ,ul x cf fontrovrr.y U- fore 1 o'clock, and the prisoners ascended ,wetn ,hp Northern and Southern States. Another ballot wa immediately taken: Sherman and Bocock received lb. aame vote each; Gilmer, 1; aeattering, 13. On tin. UIU, Mr. Rsskina. .f K. ! a a a a I aH .aw. a. .laif a sas a . a . V nv aa. as.asatVä äanaiavai.lat at..a i a a a a . . a M .al a .la Sil S a. atWIall a liriTI IH I IIVU lllUllirssj III rr V I hi am ll.. a aSa ii.iail.aii ft. as. Ia. s. ! 1 S SWt i .eat, sr i I fin I but few of them left Nesrly all ! of his agfnt, I am wiu-cg ai ics; ins; . j reisury gtl tl sll bark, it is assessed', .V , rr. sat 1 ar-s.. w uu.v ? 4 , uisimio, oi i a., son enwana. er ra , v..-.,. itv-u.t i.i i It r,.."u,e . th- rub'.ic shall pass judgment upon it. bv the Auditor s,;i.,st ihe d. li.wiuenta, j FfJ by that of Cspl. Urown. A brief , rJ . Bod allo.iens Ur n made to hiap.r ' wert ovej to Mr. Sherman. Thi action of them nave pau me i. um t na.urr, t ' ....... .. . rr... I .,n k . . t a. , ... . . ... .... . . i . . 1 ... If. Itr.iwn leets.. . ... Iil. f..r .1 Tl... I. .... P' J VI w as vuri rt u vor t. t ne . i r i - aon a 1 f I Ij S U C fl term S S t O rt ll l er 1 1 esse n . ... , mri t,,,, !l tots lilt Ul 'ft h l Hilf t 1(1 f if I'll i Ulf Uli IMUH, .'Hi l'i-.. ....... . Ill 1 I "J j j j -i . nrv'.iniJI'.tllS'. - j 1 .w. -, aadbav.ieitus oni.i.e f ...... or.,r N Dec I I. I-:... OeeA..Jre.f f.,.ib,rl ... the suoitt ,; p.vs the I n The rope, were adjusted, the e spa tiMhtl h. .houU reply . Ue had no d. The Hou. then adjour.ed. fdlowtbem Tletirst term of the Curt I .de., -'. f,tt, re.i ht pub printer. The SiierifT'a a'es in this county ! dr'n Lldr. h were j tir- t0 g.t op frejUt büy lf,,rtlK on lhl, w",eU.Apnl.l?W.t, li-t of ih.t year.-.re all (or srly . ,) r Al.shed in Ue Ter : cb-d into eWrni.y ,n seven nncU.rooilUI(tlif(1 lbjcl. He hid bot Uen aaJJame Barnes, as Associate Judge. He ha. missed the sum by a l.tll. over I re Hsu!e Joun.sl. The publisher', fee i lflr lL'J ended lhe g.llows They . fjrw,rd io thrusting himself before "J. . . . ..... . . . . e.k.t i : . .1- ...v.. e ...e,.., both exhibited lhe most wnflmchiog firm- ... c,nalr. lut when meaaure nf srreat im i a . a. ar v a, av a aa, . e as as aw i tv.nf w a 1 i 11 saw ta i btxip nie- ni iiitr a. uui uai rnurw tu is.' i''t wi s a unii'iiui iij i - I LpOVII Ol wv iorn aa r w --.. ' . vs- - , locodestroved by fire, and being ' frd jorflr. who tfcen served, not ore i out of employment he wa, com j !. Our Ute distinguished fellosrci'.irrn. Thomai H Blske, was tbe nrt I rr der.t I Judge, who held the July Term. 1 rlS. He . a . a a was ueeeeded ty tenerai , jui.m.m, who held the February Term, 1-13 Jot. aver, oc thrown out of employment pel led io engage in icmt other pursuit. Having exhibited a good bosioe capaci ty, b. wa elected to lb. office of Consta Lie which, however obscure and burnt le Thi i all I feil called ujon to say. K. . ALLKV, Anditor lilitfral. Col.CooU tly d r all tluir ad-I "iC nciVl' "' ."C,pli" t m ! f a il. . !!a . 1 . vrtiir g, and Le charge the unfortunate of bidding farewell lo th. minister and debtor r..cre than twice the sum we have rgr.J the Delinquents. Wessyhechsr- SbrrilT. - After the rope was adjusted ikl chs Win fv bist this? Mr. Jacob Burger, r Lr aJrrrtiair g KLerilfs s4' mare than ' Cook' neck, he exeUimcd. " Be quick- quick ai possible," which wa also rspea portacce bad been presented, be had l-en compelled to give his views. It wa said by the mover of this resolution, (Mr. Ma son), that one grand object of it was t eli cit the stale of Northern feeling in r. gsrd beauty and grandeur of thoaa principle of w and equity, which he afterward un derstood o well and administered so faith fully, H too a tat.rt4 upoa Iba itudy of - a.. I Wv r'.ir.nia Aftr baiivina. abant "till . .. ... . -. ho resile a few miles we.t of Muscatine , eesft.V the sm.w.l f..r each square, than 1 3 , , 4 - ' to In. msuTTectioo ai iiarper ferry. i tnmiitaa li.-tli r.i.li.a air littn ilnsii I .... . .. ... . u . , , - - - u, i i.ii iiesirni to correct trie Jser afor. That assertion had bren ence or twice a cribed to him in the course of this debate, but it was a mistake. Whst be said was that he wished to ascertain from what source Brown derived th. funds and coun sel which led lo the invasion. II. had rsa- it may be, yet require, for a faithful rr- Iba Doty .uecoeueu um. .na serve , ..m on Moe..y ..... ...,., y u.u .w. .... f. IID. . . d b formanc. of it dutie..aoa. important bo- lb. M.y Term. 1519. to th. March Term. ..J laf.ee ...Ma . c.ee. from sun up .p.nt Tax l,st; and for cry single aqu.re pf k .: i:,;.. Tt.:. -a. t.:. ;.,i: 1KZJ. when be wai followed by Jicoo Call, toaundjwn. TLcre were a number rres- of a hnttui t.t that goesttULu pirtr ; ...... luo. iiu.iiii... lull-...!, uoi - ' i . . . . . t rilCTU in i uriir um, I a i ,.u . rial eer.ire. and lo thi. aphere. duobtleas. who served t.ll Dur.rg that year, ent in th field whocan testify to the truth . fr the county f t !" receive from the AhM P. WU1,rJ ird Robert Crow, t hia rniodUguo to U impressed with the John K. Torier was eUcUd, ard Ls.d bis f4lnessof this stateroect. The Journal County Tr. a ur, r a tery much grca'er sum. Uy l0il oaiiara .treet . New York; care of ss.. ka. a t Iks Drinlr T.im , .... I,. ,1 1H.1..1 in mm in the Stab thin have we r C eived on tlie icrniiiti. A. Isms' Fvnreaa. nr lyti. 1 - .... . . . , . .. ....., a.- - j - . . j . - - -. .... b.ilt k'ltnff was admitted He to lal it. and well he mi V. f r we do tint We do not com! lain of the editor of the The ccflin of Cor nie was t laced ia a wava ucceded by John Law, who served think there is another rnsn in th. country Journsl fur this ihe price he charge ar. aimilar box, to U forwarded to Lis mother, j'00 loblifT it cars. ahi.fly from tb. New from tbt February Term, 1&3Q. till 1831, 1 who can come op toil. aa low at be cao afford to do lhe work we 1 in Iowa. ; EajUatl CUlts. WasaisoTo. Dee. 15. S F.N AT F.. Executive fission yesterday confirmed tb. nomination of Jabn Rrt srs Superintendent e.f I'ublie Fristiig, aad Amasa J. I'arker a AlUrcey for the 8.utl ern Diitrict of New York, tice .edgawia'k, deceased. 'Other notoioatioaa net el e fin he ir acted on. Mr. Stallwortb, Demerstie Coafrea msn, is still prostrate at bom., from lb. effect of a recert sever attack of fever. The Yice President announced that the Special Committee under Mr. Itsson'a roa lutioo to iaqutre into tbe circcmitaacra attending th. invasion of Uirpera FefTjr, had been appoiotcd. Te Coioriittet can- ist of Me.sra. Moo, Pavis, Cnllamer, Fitcb and Dooliltl. llT.?ogb.fObU, nVolittA ar:la WiB.sii Coi.Liox. We have before u th. Annual CstsUgue of the above inslitu ti.n, for the year IcbV). The total number of st. dents in altendsnce during the year is 1SG, and th. Catalogue represent the College to be In a flourishing condition. At the head of the Senior Clas we find lb. name of Mr. 0. W. Hayes, son of Mr. Ilenj. Hayes, of this city. In other classes we find tb. names of Joseph Giltetl, JLo I. Blinn, H. H. Boudinot, 0. B. Cunning bam, Jaa. F. Oookini, Wm. S. HarUrl and B. F. Taddock, all from thi city. - . . Moil Costlt thaw DlAktuans. Itieesid that before the ides of March a marriage ia to oceur in the so-ealleJ FeJeral metro- i polia, which will create a greater seaialion '.t -1 : J . L . .1: t . min uiu iue uiarooou weuuing la f.w Tork. 'in XT The priseaer. in tbe county jail ai Indianapolis tried Qui on, tke wife murder er, on Sunday last, and having convicUel him, proceeded to hang him instanter, by m.klag a rope of Urn up blanksU. Ho wa eat down by th jailor only in time to aavehirn. . i 1 .HB i LTThe independent, high-rair.ded Irish men of Indianapolis held a meetic en Saturday bight last, at which they accused tb. regular Democracy with playing them faia. ' t swsf-ejwai O If w would give ourselves ooly half anhout'a reflection at theelosa of every day, wi would preach to ourselves aereral eftha bcilBeriooBt tbat tan b tttarad try vt.