The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: November 1, 1837
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
lccn - sn 84022794
System ID: UF00079927:00246
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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SII.U\G: A fet.tiMlIIC; (.001 1 W..1.y..a.:: :", .:r .LJ 1J .. {i<>
lIE j ul'Miiber! Ins just received from N eaYork t do not plax?" your sleeve!"
T full assortment ot'Bomtiazineii, Man- HAUE', l\1-\SACIlI::; ::.
a ''oth Black Green f f11aMII II !li "Verv little," responded;: Ru- ..ell, care- Universal confusion followed and
"lb',\)' and .Meri"o I $ an-l tae ID her tn 'untui -h .DH-. 'i lati! mists and cloud ; group
tua. ...httiwi'N a> d Miinmei CI"II.'o.oln! \-1' ( '.'li.ni.'i.i'-\ J.-i.jus at; in w..itmsr.ort.is! Icsslv "and merely foranlu4"m.'nt; I lo-niuhl of personflocked to the table, while Hawker

ftrt.ss and Froel Conts. Z lira, : \ r.'u.t l I.. i. tlir I i.er I have I old before shook off
lit' l'1111Uf" P, en' s- n ( tat its 1\ t'rt- iis ( you an app lintuient, proudly the grasp of Melvil, and
nel\ Y Tlru' Cambric l.nU". I- >nd,,n ribbed i he \\ ;ii'',!N ere urs, aidlliictrusd air. xxh'u-h
Plaid and .. inn-l tie' kept. You will accompinme bared his arm, calmly saying-
tt HnpiM unit Plain lurk anti a- I 'ner c'r t' uc e lac d m iii
Satin f..c'''hilt' Lawn Lir.cn ca''II s..c. d 1 xv Iting &c. 1'1., U, :.s IIC syitiitiU '111. r mi_:lit.aiiay s.k..y : I hope? Ilememh. r, you need not play." "Prove your charge, Sir."

r for ons PiniS'l. >.atnety, ..'f/ Vesi ns, L'II'' nShirts. 'I i c I "il: 1 |>err v i u a' n I" jud_n.. n s: jt, -To part from eih other so soon, and This was impossible, and although per-

v. (\,11'1"10 ami Bo'inns. A i-entr at.snrtinfiiJ 1' e horn o (j.lt! tr -tt.l .it |I.er fe; ader/ Qu long a separation, with so rnnrh tt'lk < t.-ctly tUfied himself of the truth of his allegation -
J- Il"c.. .< '..0 an ex ensix'c hsM>rtm..n of In t h r r ; hint In I 1:1': of 11.I> C ri* shout and so m my friends lo mq ire af- Me.Ivil was obliged to acknowledge
KoaclyHatle Clothing: \ n..n it r'. -r h cap f. t-.., n .' o--.
hum'ml ; .. t'r. r- quires more philosophy than I u had no means of substantiating it. Hawker
\on" "hchare upv\ards of two BumJ! J I ILulgtt1 a her KJ'Mf ,- syii. :- like| p'C u I cnn ;
.harm'-i! -to.ri"l>et'u nno. Crape, Cam .!e', \V5nt! I,. "1'.) ..HIIII, tit flnro! : trumj. an s, |11ai'c; H.Mj ..f |IHI..ses'mji; *o as) our allpotltnl.nl; eI.'m tudeil his card- it was given.

Linen Picss and (.'ruct' Con-, Houndabmi's I. \\' 1I':.; i Vt It.. .,... I I "You "
au UI "" t SCHKu, on at u. tii -eI"' tniist I he kepi, and h-ive no fear of mvdminn rps- were wrong, whispered Russell,
a+'d''e"ulevl ry doscripti 'n. made : The s !).\nu.: rtl .' 1..1 .1 .
Pans arry < c a ml .
: failing! in .out '|tjht I will .u'ctonpnI 1\ ou hud better apuio iLC, be Is a capital
.h. most f..sitt- nabte manlier, wim-h he is .I-- Twa th'is ili' ii "iuat-"lu-ui..1 ,!I\IC\\ '
III I I[ IIV'J.I'1"' I -nperstilious. though. I I.I'ould shot.."
iviMrdtoboil very K-aboDabk-: ca li or appi' yodCuiiutrv .\ !o1'1I.1| iiii'N-cnj' r a .ive.i, aid. Ib-w
cn'llt. J. .1. lmGE. :i: v ra ::;lit t a his. iiii:>'icV !fl!< i bud i ih'ie he s.iiil I ..| int d.. -.ii; I fi.r a 8' olrh profes-s lIr ftf ''I was not xvroos, and will apologize,"

mei' chains and ,. xu'l' fin' 11 t I their interest to call ai the Tl.at ale 1 I.e h.gli. Jo ,..--arS I.. rill tl. I I
clnv It
: I'"tl lx iat''h. a,-lion di'l\ 1 I 1.-xer ros the thre.I :- the latter left the room, a meeting had
*- ..!'-talJh..h\1ll'nt. \ lucre. lai Ii.-d lr,''-ineti JJ ,1 iv l\ ht'ltI '
abu s 'V.' .
3? .f" i I h..1.1 '1 .'::I,' h'I'w," kern arranged for the following morning by
Tai.ahav.e.% .1.iil'.0, 'S: 7. : 1'Pt, o-e III'-! znius: tl.clI-!. .' itii: "a>si .u !jalI .
I And wild tat h grill I, the totJ his n.n.iu! !14': (H.I..t --.I-: '.1! Si r.saia'ital.-"Pns.-ihly: i.tiissi'11 and some friend of Hawkes.

:MILL SUVS &.-. f,I! IVoni Ta-upVs wild and V''ir S.-.I- i .u"Ue Inull experience.Vhii "The soothsayer was right," muttered
.. ( av.-.vopi !ohllle.
FORTY ill J-';.iwfits' ionic Mi\iur l lark 'Pat.. l lcc.JvII ::("alt. .. '1! .7i.d. ,'*er tl. a dp al y tits, it t.aft, \ 1\\. ... -\ h.tl some eiiunin: chi.'l I Ii Mi-lvil, "1 ought not to have entered a gam-

and: sale low, tu HUMMle: *. l> T1! eum?\ d :i siia:1:', t-.ui 'ala! .t co'p: I 11.1I1! n <.n .. u''t ;irnin' him at a fair and he ill .rlllllll."
:oi y '
Ct :l.t-11111' in, A c.l.ttnt'c"'II'I,1' do .< ',
G. 11..1- '1'. I:. Ll" Pl In:1:a Elt. j.,1. I Hut;hi tl>e h\e miiht hip lo )'IIu1 Nexerh Five persona met early (,n a damp, misty
;, On\\ .ud 'Is i7 nMi\' July .-*.I, 1 JNiT. 51. : Tiiava. e \* al....ints, to tar! ad- t Il'-1 1.'s.-t -hoiil.l like; tu uii'leistand; this seton gloomy-looking morning, in Baller ea.field.

TOTl'X.- Hie ..u.cruets! have taken iho !i D.1 I'1 3nd .1' :J'l"\ Stt t.If axYtt -, ei.ini--ihi_ .i-. |ihia"e iI'I n'" well *..cciiiU they were the: duelists, th *ir seconds, and a

1 tl sHabes I'.uiueily oix-upieJ by IVier UutiiiMin 011\\.1'.1!, w11.ll'! \ letx-ncdai Livery 'J'nn- 1] \Viinni t'.(' I'-i.NrN' hif.ists thee UllfllCj '
if 1 fall
\v ere tlOI"Iot'ot 11.17..1,1: "Russell promise me to give up
.- OKI :.cu! a'- ended it,. I lags* sad :1 j .\ :.\.' c of c'm.i' y .1- liri::l l.l "
iitu par
M> t'ur.ieo.. .x.i-: ; drunk ihe cab was ortiered for ever your fearful pursuit.
Horse i-iiiM i>n the *.h. .nest 'a': Ice. and vve.y AV' r lllJ'I .fL! ,II', tu.i.'cd, ,
alt v IKII |'aiil ihui will rei.dfi! !I.<. I pi Itr1I1 ..MJ- Or filet I ihs. ul! of<-i iaut :'lIi/1.I. and! the sci-iie was changed. One "May heaven avert such a calamity as

he ,,\liMlCilAEL .. .1! i IK dusky :;nns f-.1.1;:<- foes hour srd- Il.i-bell wounded even."
1 !: .lct'm satislae tin ;Ill. pu ailci %\ ; : was deeply c'ng: your being/
: U\\l II ( "(I. l.uJx'.l, ) loitiul :ihcni! .i, ii! > )' rn'tr.-!I'al tiy d.I", 'I Melvil "Will what I have asked?"
;? d III the mysteries of! play\ and : oc- you promise
i And t thnu u'roa-n'i. -Ii: I
hb.1 IN;I;. t toun nu t" :""" ',
Talla assoc casi.r.iallv teas skla "I will do more-I will) !" answered
- - u !lat tiarSti"! : sc'.cc o 1 11 n.-.r w> .iry \\,}'. i on, and: anon chatting; swear
.VotvStore! ITovixicm and (Jro rc-ryrl'llK 71,, lfi'h1.'c'4rilt'" III.\: ,.. i.a.-*.1- j Itb borne )'OIIO= l.rdiu"s: to whom his friend I ltu.si.ell.

suJjsen'K'is; .av un: f.t t'lenise.ves un- 'Pin1" 1 in ,1 I' luttnin, i'k ..l'i-< a.'t! ,!girth* uitii ol PCC11V A- \1 \ \1-H, tor liitIHlflllI" Kic !Lean ib'..taa bt;:b. e.trls ;'sil-<- trts far <-
'roil:, attar of an amu-cmetit fur which he combatants took their places-ihe signal was
i.11 .... tae
e I" t" a:'!:":,.3i:: III 11.c '4' .1 411 :;t h!> 1 r I Ki :'iiiu-i II r"",ic.i'd. llirh liirk !
Q-.I.Qg.D .Y &. J' Q V'T.'S r'Q.l-{ \ .."e'lirif.;. c .:cJ. '- till *', (914'I :ainrd no small( dejjrcc nfdistaste. Ilujell ; given-and, as previously arranged: both

;.., 1.\1::. 1'.'t'tl t ii.'u.r'{ : ; ,It in. ai-e ain: iuujr1 n. i !.('fl > 1 l:gr' st n i .citun y- 11 i .- nun laruclv. Sealed at the same table tired together." Melvil remained unhurt-
., 'II' \\ *.. 1"a'u 'Ilia u iii"' 1 '. in. tin i i 1'/lame'n '!1..' t"f,'*t .t.r
1I1t1.! a-, 1 > <- t : j xvjth} *_iiin vxas me: of tle'! 'a: professed pla>- the gambler fell.
1:-.-tiv1..ti: i t* ,' ad4U ,I1 iiJ'> and CII lull, L l 1.e: ,lui. I k "f I-H we I fl"'I.1 J tro n ..d!. I "
Cllr'. .... ... ers xxh< nightly; haunt lh-5 atninj-tihle. lIe "God! ejaculated Melvil, "I havo destroyed
III W 41UI livy pltftl?i. I II !UiV t" i i'-'V Uii'1 ci t 1,+a.s-a'i> i ifivi fl-i-li'd
t-uiu'ti ." "'n'' f" Ie: th-'a1 a i 1..!vi :/! hII: ," f r GIll O'>t to.- hr.-!.-tr..iu' <,\"rr'IIIl'' xxa> a man of middle. are, of gentlemanly him!"

im lk1l;t.'t: it-Hi ii! Mv. :I'-! :1I..1 Pian-ei' tli- Tit? tr oil! :.. t H.ii'. 11-0 c ai;:.' da !iiM usanncr'i, and .seemed well known to ihose I They rushed to the fallen man, and while

|'(:rn \uy. a.u" ui;:"".-"tar! c""ll "" ol Geutia. tirt ;.<. fi1,1, a tl l !1,1'I i- hue, I !t.y uhn'ii h xvaa surrourld..d.t I j jliat his second raised and supported bis head up-
''d *' lo rag.' **' : Anot'. > ..
4 Ueir '4 "iH "t *"' *' J'r'l..ltl mo .nt ,all.J : \\t1-
lL,.. tI>e4'J.AI'" 111411.1\-1: hi tees ..U .hid a a:..,..\.1.1 Tli., c ar.-ra 01 till c'u' 1 ire ..,|jin; t ..v\ :losinjj :ajj.iiti lO-lIi"ht, Haxvke V i on hus knee, 1he surgeon examinedthe wound.It .

:0111\1\, ) 4tf chalet audaj'fiur tau i'i lit G :I'" viie .4 .' is:-* ":; if of: at:, Hew r mod, i S liJ u .r of the by", t.uiderd, addressing him was in the left side."Speakspeak .

an I* ovx.tii* ..f .etrwr-'tltstn! } < 'ouiutyMrnlmn la: -.l .is 1t:. -lo :u' |' >i..nncr: i nit". AC h.ixo described-"that ii;: bad; you have !" exclaimed: Melvil, "am

:0 *"A I'Jau -'J> will! Mid: u hJ tile!. uacrisM.iwtij.on 'ow tit iotv rr u ti c ..Ifi .p'ra'c ti.t! last uishl's! losses lo repair already." I a murderer

. 11. TK' I blur ..in.1C !!1 OlC'ii'd wit.l/ I.. ...tam.llit
.. c'st IJ l 't i >-a .
Jf1JilL tu PE.1 '1lY.ct..1ari ( '< wa- a ;: c.ll .In i z nOli' J..t.: ; 'rue, replied the pers. addre.:ci.. und "Fh'! fly! with your best speed. g< ntlemcn -
". 'J. j\,1.\IJ"- 41': ; 1 .'tt' -s 1 ;:KU .1. ilu taatttl.! 1 M'-ixil, well \tr"I'O in human nature noticed \ ," said the surgeon, "the wound is mortal -

:,. .an. 1Git1, lrei:: 'r.i-I.: ; TI cy \\UH 1'IIII.t! ti.oupii' c ui i\\>-s- f. c.. a peculiar intonation in the voice of the.sjieakci -he cannot live many minu e.."
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E ,1 rU1; Mhii ( ; ( ) ()1)s.rQ1 ;i Tirt'v av tl 1 ..ul though uu.d ih tu rooTiic spick! betrayed tkrce agitation of I As the poisoned arrow of the Indian warrior -

.. imi.d, although; to a common observer it : festers in the xxound of his so
;JEu cn'ti ha'o Ja. sect v-d: a vleta*. Ldj-.li yel;s >.t t'' ui w id! l.ordc enemy
....tmet 1 Iq ? .4,11.. ulta.'l: ir i't' iie! M.-.syn, IV 1 r dl l >s ...jJj b.it I ', -t r-, imht h-ive been imperceptible*Mru, .-. did ibis sentence enter into the very heart of

"jin-fl- the i "li-iiins at icUsJ7.' : "1 !Le (Jut! -b.iv\ci! tin i.iiind! tlse'ai :.-11.-! iniiai; .md, xou x.ill sec, I shall win prcscnt'Iv. : Melvil, and there fester and canker his hopes

15 Mi.taziue.:: i' .il.-t. '.:d *lei-nu Tr.'ck (',ia'Nuu. ; .l'-i.I.. \'4'.\' tic.' h .J 14,01,-1 it\> tVnro I ." future: happiness. Tho dying man heard
da dUo I'le"' t. do, lt. du-!lv t..rllIIJ <, va: c' y.'H,- "
Vt-ueii 41, Ca"" a'..t Uruiiue t ..J.IlC: >, Tit\-\; liuiJ'! .!. f..t.c. leek .i ... :i, "Indeed!" exclaimed the othf-r,-well, the reply with assumed fortitude.

Vi.ii.: and !>r wn Lanete av *i"'-+ )11't ci-o n. th'ii.'tr.: nl the f:111; : \\ cll: xxe shall see that.:' 'It is well," he: said faintly, "nay it is just.

PU n andlar.ry '.laJseille I :* V !'o'1S; 1 J: f-t .1 ili..\' MciclixlJ ala! .t)i-atc 'ulr n.cu 1 s In i (fuel tint prophecy! of the player apnagiral I j i: You," addressing :Melvil "you were right-
tits fiH 1i .\\11\)111"(10 iiiiuht "i.iy, l lain loulJ! not: fri *1.Ind ,
:::;'110 f.1l'4J ; jL-aied ; fut anon thu luck changed; I did use false dice last night; but bear my
tII3'm'.1 the if Lrc i
l.fd"a diijPlam ; w > i : a.owt'tJII; i
r!, fired -d-t.". : du M 4 t'; 1 V j tlu- tax '_o tn .",. l'r... :!h. lei; ,I. KusscH's! Lill li pile ol gold dwindled rapidly justification such as it is. I have a wife-

JVonUaz t:
11la"1i ""-4la''e-.1..i.I ..tIlCI..*.. latex! : tl'Ie! j And \\ 4iV n. n .w tii?: ....i nice arc; c"ulInuulc.clm.lh'rallv to decrease it, while I love them better than myself. A run of ill

Si" tH11 liolubazin1 dau, liurrali Twe 1'nuiu't.d oncv'ivndj ,-sack th.l1lJf Havxke-' speedily became the lar- Kirk had! I left me penniless and them star-
1'11 I! in Zl ui'i j 1 ".ii-inon i .on- 1:1":0 ;
\\' <, .- au.1hit. d", y/in.iii! "tschanz,-.i-ti.a'! balll!:'.'* : dc- :;t.-I on the board. ving. Desperation filled my bosom, and I

1.:tt..-u i..d CII.t ii .S"dTrt '; T 'C -> ia_
;:'d aid .lea d lLl: Dear JS tint *.i muiji'j! :,'twas an: dangerous pastime-thulurU, } ou see has me, that I would ensure her favors by em-
'.\ tae: .' .d tnaaru e'3' 4I 't. WCth; Ad.olt.1\ <, to", .si \\ ad li'2i i; 1 "
j chined.! I ploying means which 1 had previously not
lid .,.,. Jiid ; lilt:a t ftlr ad t'f..v.- Tiv ..llll J,' cl t 10. al. tilt were Ii am.- ; :
.. i i -'.\lId xxill ch Jg.lin. rcpliod Rus.-cll; ,much as a dream of." His:< voice failed.
11acl..tud\ C. C1 ,- '\,u: *d StU H ; : .1 ells ih- jv.ii<-a. { \: ir.iaimn IlIgI

Wtj.'c: atid tif.M-iiC tun .!"; 1 ;.:'n : attic nc.c'i c. i "I I J.uo-.v iitv. a.lx.-r.sary. \\t.Il-guod fortune lie is dying; ," said the surgeon-fly for

",::....13 and l.unb.\\ .I... 1'.<. :-at c o.o: "' -. a c i i ir v.'JiAi' I j rarely ubid'> with 1 I hill" your Iive,,, ;gentlemen."
t'p1taI1lt"M and : 'ntt.dMi\; : lid :', I ',1 hear that knot him He who supported the head of Hawkes
am glad tu ,
: ...'id you
DJ :cw Phil Mft'-y; :;-,1.'! i avait-i J j Ut.-n, UM Mil- A..Hte'! ,
\isua, Jew ,1oUia u41't.uttlr' (" !'.' I' ".<
} he ..t.J.r'l '!e'', to wow oriel d \IS' -.111! 1 Tui'.. tit u tlnjir ra..k,, ih r o-e *>*> toO al'Is:-"I'j i peeled ->.'ine It/ull.I.I)'. Pray who 13 he?': ; neither of the others moved. Tbe motion -

cfcean. t'r c <" : 4>i ap J. B. JUI.LNOTlCli. : I *) a t u .: t ey ,ioi t1!.' u..UU.1! !!_,:.',. I
Jute; _!. t.-: 1G.f! I 1 ir:.e prnpeit", all ::xvhich he has dis>ipai fading recollections of the unfortunate duel-

uJf'1, r" \\ i-o t'ai' b l. teat n..d.! // 'av1u9 i ted at .:.11,1\'. l He married Blanche Vane:-- li-t but his m nd wandered.-"Blanche, my
1 I M'y fie tii v 01 to -, ..c tc bravrVIC J I -
:. ,. ( ah-, with whom it was aid by village gus- i I \\'Ik-my swccthp.art-another chance for
\ t t'Jll.C; iil('ll .OI1-IS S1V4.U
ALL )*.1""%, \
' II fd then! earlyllle""I. I \ I II i i.tIJ- down go the dice-ah--deuce..ace!..

qUCIo\.J 1t11.,3k., (" dtiu'ja.inCII'; UIIl' tE:.b" 11.1\- To C'X'C.l thy v" ng.' .."' 4'die 1 do not recollect! her," said :Melvil."Not Tn game is up!" A convulsive contraction
in'* flat: tii ..i"...it b.u I e.tat1ail I .. Uf." t.nia xv reci.llect her!" exclaim-d Russell, of thu !Jimbs followed-then a slight shudder;
|'ii'i1 u'iiliin lh' file o : d tiC ii:.- ih ..' :L.. t'' :' li;;ii.i.iii -fl.'l'I I I :
Ji-' ,:I.e t1\' t4%% ti ili, t1udc' *im.41!, '1< ih": .' '11 b. -ll s'! ..It'. t.o 1 c.-i.C"i':h, ea', "-ily. "nut recollect! her? \\'hldnl, I I and then the gambler "slept the sleep which

fort rer! b ;urt'J., It;" P.. t. ANT. | Au.i ...'{ic osn .\':ln <-r luM.ea \va pas'; ,, r.iuld ..1m..>>t led 1 tempted to >ay the lack of i knows no waking."
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\.t' \ It i"i i V.'J' !> .t t: 1' in s- 1'ceia < OK, II I I Intcnlictalnot remember Russel and Melvil made the tour of Switzerland -
Atiust. 1'. P:7:: J .'* .,
i i'ca hr .111 t. ill' iavt
n '
I.CC :-
ll.i.ch V.mef!-she whom we u.,ed to call together; both were melancholy
biJ o'tr
: 71 o. -tti! 1.1 : ct t"
NOTICI I I.:. ; .. lit. tutilul W.III'hd" former for a season the latter for ever.I'ro .
\VJii. h l I'.s-jJ Ih! .o.d, t..I.e; Jy; :
IX ire( l.s ..fli'rUfC' 1 111i1i .ty to the J'l
.iji CC '
S 15 < to h ui aho d er 'j .re .Mt\il! colored .li!agatly.; A crowd of re-
tit tine County C..U't .it I.,"o. oiuirv, f i (Ictirrs i| Tin 1 brti of tie I b av' u.1 f.c'!."
f..d lIid'r.tti'III'1II i i'if
bl.J l'e unl"" d..C't.'II'f' The Gt"aiu, c' a'e.!- till solem'i wa t'.c' wa 1 > .uvay witii! the moment in \v.hirh tl.evere > I CONVENTION OF MERCHANTS.
3/\'v!! CIWl'1' X\ I5UAIL.S.t. 11111 which her min ul) <' lio iis'.t at *-.iale: ;
lltll.riiiMllci! -
\ eii' emii'i- .1 l; I lhi-i- va< a ,I WEDNESDAY October, 13, 1837.
,, .ti.d ,
: 1C.t 17. C J.I were t..1 auiwiMiijtj cr t"> o ne. .o
.\ i-'ecp '0 cd \'a, nil j .lslt.l''e tc i uW. III /lj$ (lo-oiu. 1 da ien-'ls''rr' th-it cognom ; The Convention met pursuant to adjournment -

JLAM: FOR SALU: Again be Gc .u. raiVd lies htIl.1 0.1 is iah-: .1," I..- aii.su. ltd roiiily. as he tuned at.1 and was called to order at 12 o'clockby
'I'H'l! : I,"clI"cr i a utiiii..| 'f Tiacts of L in.J tJ nithm .". I- said ) liom the Chairman.
.IU: 'Gi pju-l 1 1. lhai iiaunniiKbji.net? : di-wn, ":ie
ands: miles; from 'r..lal.asbtc.(! The ''ra: rout i'ii. "And >ljl.l",1Ib iu:ds in bah cs oj the tie d!; 1 11.,11 .11 hour had ..I.lp"I' ere :Melvil again I The Secretary then read the minutes of

.If\.t 19-JH Ai-rr.., lf.0 curd: Tin >trout i .V.'i .t) IJKC the deep dniin' in uinnbtth nd and tow', alll.III.WI..I.! !t1. r i....ii. I'- ".II'e was llu.-h- the last meeting which were confirmed.

Ar.'l, CO; -k-atcd.! And the third 591) Arresth..ut, And I let the 6l:'" thiil'\' no accurda l How; ...I .v.ti-.e ; .It.l ..f Uu->ell was p.ile.' The following gt ntlcmen, who had arrived
2'JO' r.icattU. 'hc'(' land .re t'qu silo any .11 .'1..1- Gt.: Hitiu.npcl v. il and a: rni'I1 re > h, then
die! rii.n.ld '' and i till '. : ?\.i.l .o.-i \ .'ry eoiisiileriblyO since the adjournment Tuesday, came
and will be bullion I h-rni a. vauta e 'cs And tyund the 1rtc.na's.1..dr.' dire\ of dca ..
t.) the purchibcr .. .1s... .. '. .1 -or lioublt; stakes," hui I forward and gave in their names, viz: Messrs.J. .
---- ------
ITV.. BlL\!:N. I i i He I. '-.lO'l i :. .1-Mie." K. Douglas, C. J. Shannon, and MathesOQ

T.:11.1iassea 1arrh !15h 1..7.: u' ;:32 I THKUAMHLKK'JS: : KATE. 1 \yie.-ii! ''.c *!id I Haw' Ufa. Camden, outh Carolina.
--- !.i-"T CuinC'in inl then for
"Another :! : -: called the select committee -
A/ K A c 111: : \Y.\\ i I'BU. i "H i' yls-tIi .vi'ii: ...n.a!i-m:' '-'illy made his way The Prpsident 0:1:
.el tohi fn-nd.
llii "
James Hid : 1 the Hon.
S,. .
A 'INGI.M (;cnttens! .:n. qt'a'i' ..d lfi give in'SttUC'irn to ill end oi' the .I.lle, stationed ,. for their Report, whereupon
in l.'I"-'Ih Gr"-\1'"nr: Gn.-rinhy, I your lengthened IP"idl'nl'c"l! th* (/.iniin aid A....th"1! i... .. ; : with chuck tu-le for erarte tin\ ,ttsss a de .t':I bl. iruit'.i.i (Ii iy tHIHlI'd yuu '! threw! and read in a clear and impressive manner
liP;I:.pn:: teaed .c'r.of tke t.u''*..'ri 1'cr-, out'ie'' :Mn':'u- I rauit" tti'!f" ;.:|I.- r1 n- very motion. They Report and Resolutions:
"Ilk)' 'f.IIJ b' \rsI nul. b II nb-eI-t Of Tall.il! iosi. The --s .srl' t \blood mantledt
to U. II. u-.tce.or! \ *-:\It.1) replied Mflvil. "cvi'r "ppnsril. |I 11l1I--1 The Select Committee raised for the pur-
B-ry, tls.0., Ta 1 aLa,-ee. Melvil'mow, he suddenly bent
i111iTAYLt both hy iticlui iliouind. nltic-ition in the \i il'"- t \1\ 1011.\ of ascertaining and reporting, what mea-
seized the wrist of pose
torxvard mud violently
JOH.lsLE.ll.: i i if ?aiolilini:, I have :i-ludioii-ly avoided en i t \m's will, of their opinion, most cfiectuaHyTHE .

Jct. 1 c 7. .::w .; terms: ih-j J lJgic circle ui M'bi'-h the ii :kl"! t I Haulers.

to tho accomplishment of the great the commercial class must be elevated in public yet supply merchants of the interior en commenceJat once; for iTtB present occ

object of this Convention, ask leave to sub- opinion to the rank in society which pro- I terms more advantageous than they can obtain lion is permitted to pass away unimproved

mit the following perly belongs to it. The avocation of the from the Northern importers. They ene equally propitious may never occur._

REPORT merchant requires as much character and tal- have every natural advantage in the competition .. The Committee recommend the Convention

The Committeo are deeply impressed with ent and is of as much dignity and usefulnessas and are invited by every motivo, pub- to adopt the following re-olutions in furtherance -

the importancu the duly assigned them, and any other pursuit or profession; and the lic and private, to embark in the business of the views expressed in the foregoing

have bestowed upon it all the attention their senseless prejudice which would assign; to it and reap the rich !harvest that lies before tnem. report:

limited time wonlo permit. an inferior rank, has been blindly borrowed It cannot be doubted that tho merchants of 1. Resolved, That in the opinion of this

They regard the present derangement of from those ancient republics and modern despotism the interior will give them a preference, since, Convention. the present conjuncture in our

the currency and exchanges of the country, whose policy it was to regard war as to tho motives of inti rest, those of patriotismwill commercial affairs is e-ninently propitious

however we may deprecate its causes and deplore the only honorable pursuit. As agricultural he superadded. for the establishment of :a system of direct

iu immediate effects, as furnishing an. productions wlai h find their market principally Among the measures which will most effectually I importations through our Southern and S.

occasion, which, if wisely improved, will relieve in foreign countries constitute the almost promote the great object which; has western cities, and that we are called upon

I the staple-growing States from a state exclusive !source' of our wealth, the mercantile brought this convention together, none are by every consideration of interest and of patriotism -

of commercial dependence, scarcely! less reproachful class is as indispensable to our\ prosperity more prominent in the estimation of the committee to throw off the degrading shacklesof

to their industry and enterprise, ; as the agricultural. Their interests than the great works of internal improvement our commercial dependence.

than it is incompatible with their substantial am inseparably identified, and whatever affects ( b) which the Southern Atlantic 2. Resolved, That' with a view to induce

prosperity.The the prosperity of the o"!c. must hay a cities are to be connected with the Valley of public spirited capitalists to embark in this

staple-growing States, while they )produce corresponding influence on the oth. r. How I the :Mississippi.i In aid of the individual I capital business, the people of the staple growing

two thirds of the domestic exports of the much, then does the general welfare of the I and eiitcrprize engaged: in these works.III slates be requested} to give public maniresta-

U. States, import scarcely one tenth of the staple-growing Slates depend upon diverting i i I'" believed that the patronage of the slates tntions r>f their determination to encourage

foreign merchandize which is received in exchange into the pursuits! of commerce a large portion intt-iesled, might be wisely and benefKinliyhc.ioweil. and sustain importi>tionl through their ownMaports. >r

for it. Almost the whole of the for- of the capital, the character and the talent Their i-omplclfon would greatly :. .

rign commerce which is founded upon the which have been hitherto, directed too exclusively : promote the sy.stcm of direct importations :3. Kesolved That fvo committees be

productions of our industry, carried on by to agriculture and the learned' prolessions through; our ,,\\ II ,ca !tort", and these importations appointed by the President of this Convention

the citizens of other States, causing their cities ? It is the deliberate opinion of the coin would equally: { promote the (cwnpl.. to memorialist respectively the legislatures _

to flourish, while ours have been sinkinginto mittec that no one change could be made in 'thin of tins works in question. They are of Grot "la. and South Carolina on the

decay.In our pursuits, that would so 1 largely contribute parts of one great system. and will miitirillv{, I i I -ubject ol limited copartnerships.

the opinion of the Committee, the peri- to the public prosperity! ; and that those -iisiam each other. If Georgia and South I 4. Uesolved, That a committee bo apj -

od has arrived, when our citizens are invo- public !prited citizens uho shall take: the Carolina with thai harmony and c.mcot t>(j; pointed to prep ire an address to the people

ked by the united voice of interest and patri- lead in this new career of .useful enternncwill action which inseparable identity! of their !j''I"f ihe Sftiithcrn and South-western states,

otism, to put an end to this voluntary tribute, deserve to be regarded as public bene; !interest so srn, 'r, ty recommends! would !j I setting forth- the advantages and pra-cticabili-

amounting annually to some thing like ten factors. bring their individu.it t energies and resources I I ly ot turrviri, on a direct trade v.ilh foreign

millions of dollars. It is believed that the The prevailing habit of investing utmost 10 the completion of lhoe lines. uf communication iiaiiot-. exhibiting; in detail the extent of

quota of Georgia and S. Carolina alone, a- the whole proceeds of our cotton crop* in connecting, Ihtirllunlic cities wilbth1 I/'Ir! I-'H" ..

mounts to not less than three millions of dol- land and negroes, has produced a constant navigable: I w-itr-rs of the west, ih'* day I :5 U..-o-lvt-il. Tbataid; committee! ia

lars. It may not be disguised however, that tendency to over-production in thi. {'real would n 't be di-Mnl '.t he:! our most ardt"Thojie.s i prrp.iI trig; sti. h.addre--seriibo! <[y and conform

this extraordinary and unequal state of our and but the extraordinary increase nnd s.ui"uine would
staple; nothing ;'nitlrlputluii.! hsjrealized. i Ifr lilt vic vs ot the Coiiveutioi.a.s expressed

commercial relations, had its origin, more in of its consumption in the great markets ( t I! m t'ie pre uttbir! md re-o'itlioii-! : aI ,pte'd.

the fiscal operations of the federal government I of the world has prevented us from experiencing Tae CMfiimittee, bcjj tfive to vtjg_f-t l', O., m-'lion, the report and n solutions!

than in any supposed deficiency in the the ruinous :.oii-eqnences of ourmislnUcu Convention, another measure, which in th! ir ,i[ wt-ie i'i !.-red to be read s-piraJcly.
industry and enterprise of our citizen} !. The In ibis vit of the subject would I!
policy. W nMiiio-i In } ri.diicmr
[ : eminently tit |; 1't.c Se refarv tin"n read} the fir:+t rrs.Iu-
high duties imposed by the tarilTof IfilG upon dollar that shall be diverted] from the hav. ill One of "' .
every I grf-nt object we : va ty. | t:-)e. Asooii :t> h {In'shed, Gen. 11'Ulrf-
the productions of Southern; industry, and the production of cotton to some other the obstacles :
pio in tin; way ot} establishing: avl''rn litloc and -poke- in favor of the resolution

the still more enormous duties imposed by fitable pursuit, will he so much clear gainto of direct importations, is the want of'! and i I the o:.j"I't.; ul"the convention. UK was:

those of 1824 and IS28, combined with tIle the planter nnd to the country. the 'i-qmsile: t-.e(.ItII applil i| able! loth-it object! j l-'ilnvvt! by Josrjih ('n.iinimg: ; Esq of Sa-

unequal system of depositing! and disbursingthe It is a well established principle in pnlit Th: country, 1 il believed, t'contain- Mifficiemy j n.iiiiiih; St-iioii! Jots > Msq. of C lumbus
revenue thus collected, almost exclusively ical economy that an excels of supply he- I{ of :I'lIal[ if motive- could be prt'.-'-n- 'j land Mr. < b pj>.-ll. II.' :Macoi{ ; ; all of whompoke }
in the Northern cities, operated as a bountyto the efficient demand diinini&hi-s! the i'
and !Il'd to give: it a proper ctrr! 'riutl.! To ,'t! 'I'1 .- sit !luMgih Uji..i thw IH.tJd :v.htch the.

the commerce of those cities, which the (price of an article more limn in proportion to tins, I lh- omuiittce: I an -LIgt e-t no me.i-ure. i meeting; of iln- convention was likely to pro-

most persevering industry and enterprise; on the excess, and that: a deficiency of supply Hindi ill their opinion would I lie .rtlt-cdia! as '; dij'cto' the' Souihfin Stales, ifl ltn! citizens, :

our part, could not have overcome. Great increases the ui'-c in a corre-poruhni* di a lawlitiuin! r II:.. -,Ihttrtw of co
and obvious re-pun |hart jnirs i wimld only t.if.e! lii'J; nubjt.-ct mailer Into se'*
the natural
Southern cities as were advantagesof grcc. For example, it is believed that il the to tin- sums which lbtvhall put into: ion- coft-idi-taliou. and! lay hold of it with

they were more than counterbalanced present cotton cop of the United Shl{'- co parliif-r.-hip.: :\ I.irgf; pun 111111 I.fllll' (rap I Ii md aid I 11. ,If'

And by those while operations of the. gov- should be only 1 G.OOO( bales, it would tt'I: to v.hi'-h! wiiti'i.->t lo.tli I'M c.itrvMi: on Aftr :J1 r. Chli'p"I{ [ !tl l It ill (i'.i-hed! speaking.
ernment. we stood amidst the I
ruins thus produce a larger aggregate !,i I"U to Ih'' plan i the bii-ini--", nf diu-rt nnp'.rt| I' ioni 1 i10 lti- ;I! ,\\l..U'i>. i D' .:tiii:!. ot t \ tbenth'n, ro...; and

of produced citizens by misgovcrnment; many tens than if it should prove to bo 1 ,=>00,000) I handot; ( lit- |,I.iutrs.. and nt ti "t l' (..' 11111'. | moved tat IL.ei uce itmn i take recess tint -
our own were utterly unable to ac. bales the being more (rnlriuc.! than whi. have relnt-d bu-iii whIn .. an'it1'be t .
price Burt .
count for the phenomenon and of I. -', :! n I fik ir /.-I, -i! .vni-ii. : > ii!g |P it to vole
some our ..,.. ,. ,
the quantity .1.1 I dimil l-icd.! It \\ a- nalllll"_ ( abortion of UK :
charitable tiiit ir scapit.il nrtto- ..Ir'h:.
it to be \
neighbors supposed: owingto upon this principle that the I)>itch I K.ist India : nti iinportu' :!,-rh, and r I
[l- Th the ,
the curse of Heaven our domestic in- ; qte.tton( t..n :1 ;U' 'n.n ol the tir" tireoftri
stitutions. upon Company, actually burnt one billof thir i f the lurung'-rur.rt of n1'-rt of t.!Iur.ictr-.fr! ,iui [: } ;>a w.itn"-n [port and tarried unauirto -

spices that they milt: : obtain more f f,r lh' i! capacity, but would! never coitsent to m.iluith ; :"h..

Every practical man, however, will at once nmaininohalf" than they could have obtained ,! ''ir wholis forturi'-s! r'".pofisjliU'! for iu! -t'11'- i ii |: Tin'icond, rt.-...rIlH"n.as thi-n rend by

perceive, that the deposite of almost the wholeof lor the whole. Let us pllr-lIe a still;i 1 wiser i- :', i-es- < J' ibi: "iiid'-it :Iill'l -. I I' Ii ..J ,a''I1\. 'i II" :>..rt rarv. md w.,- .,Iiip'i-t without dc-

the government funds, in the hanks of the policy. Instead of burning; our .-urjilulet -, 1'IIIII"hlll'! ; ,i I" 11.mi' ,111111'/, ',. 01! I' .(ill if!, .md :!: ii II.,1, .iS'i. ;h.- KIM i

Northern cities was equivalent to a loan of a us direct thr capital I and IIItluI'; y tlial t :.md tin- ;'./', 1-.i i'.i)uu'L:tI ih it *t!..-ir r --'iibilliy "..- !1"t..- t'''"H i ft..a -.vas; then read hut

like sum without interest, aid that the im- : produce it, to other profitable pui,.,nits, which 1 \l-ln-! UK tut, Iii'-, It i- o'nioiiUi' ittlli I f-f".M.-! t'l-- 'jiH--tfm vv i- iken, Mr. Seaborn

mense sums disbursed by the government at.. will open new sources of wealth and at t ih.- : ; cn-dit ul iln- ciiiii-riii iviii r.--t iiji'ui tin-1 1 .J.i. F..?.. .11.t ,t.it"-.t l ti. :convention, that
the same points, operated even more decidedly time increase value of tho-e aliea- sttL, ..
I same the :, t.u.ti.il! t'liiini.iii'Mi !b-- ijiii.i: p.n.i to. 'f ': i.t. : -"!int.''n im-ji: I..- wi-h'-d to offer
to give those cities an undue ascendancy.One ; in with tin-. : : '
Ily eXI.lenet'-ln connexion 11 I Nothing c.ui bf iii ir"- fur s It rrtr !tit' 1",1Iihll.!i. ami ih it approved ol, it

of the most'ohvious and salutary consequences view of the sulj-ct, the polr y ol rai-ii>;g ev- !I : ali.l !H.tilir.rAO! : let -O ..(}",,,'lillllv 11 Uj -.....sil,t pr- d"h. r- -/11&0/ jn-t. road:; he

which we may confidently/ anticipatefrom ery supply which ihe soil will produce, c m-1 I j I.r4;'-t ilu-I .., ', l. fiiii rln--u. rlttz' uf rt.t.rl I".d Fit '.. .. .\ ,tl ..,. ,lurl''rl.

the redaction of the duties and the with not he too strongly recomm4'ndrd." fly \\ h ii.ever f I ills!'> th lutjU 1 .v 1).-H- ti ,is: .It 111..1 ti vvinUd.I'tn .- iJ- "il. il Tun It.-. -t ---ii-d ilulv which

drawal of the government dl'po'iite'from the specious reasons polic mav 1 ciiiiiiuicf:; think 5 "
a contrary ) ( it wnut' !II" \Pl.tllt"ll tht' It.z' -'rm- ot !tb.- -o: ,it'ir-r.i; iimt South-
banks< will be the restoration of the Southern be countenanced, experience prows them !t; to inciii'ii.tlr/-- tin- Li-gi.-.tturf! <. o* the '..otitliiu tiir.... .( jj, i H oivt I.. ilifuiIvcs.. their
cities, to a condition of comparative equality! to b fallacious.: If planter : i S,,iith'W -
-i- : aide.I
p' itiy .1rv, II' uivr !
in the business of foreign commerce. In a raise his: own supplier* of the vario.ipro- j |t'cl I, ..1II11."IIIIII1."d. I In tilt 1'011\11111111) til'ippiiiiitrrifiil ,
;nei-r: Ise' I' JHO 'mm;; lhei: -" >pfiest >r> ouroieicMtuly
fair and equal competition, it cannot be doubted |
ductiocis of the soil and of the animalwhirli ( of coui'iiillf--for Ib.il -.
I"arpll"t1I'llwr '.\ ta.. ..IH1 a direct triijt with
that they will be able to exchange our domestic feed those it would! tend I \ .
upon productions, n?- \-tr, which would! } greit.'y!' I tt f.itin : ....
> :
for the manufactures of > ici4u; : n i I'M i..Io
productions greatly to limit the cxecs-ive production o! : nllla\t; t'a.ttt.h: / nrtlt of a H -t-IIJ Hi' iirf .
( 'u.lllllia.f ;
i "' jili :-.I\.IIIII&h. c iposett
Europe, by a direct trade, more ad'antage.ously our great staples. and increase at the same .:, t ) "iuwould; lie tin- tonu.ili.iu t of ,
than the Northern cities can do it, by a ill-- ,1'11-1| be- tit 'I/! !;;?H it wn u'aK"-fSsarv
time the independence awl I the income ot the j i a iiit-iioii( and rur'Pspu/dill't': l IWIW..1I
[ 1
circuitous involving intermediate and would; do m? 'owd.-JMCrchinWvoiiM
process agricultural class. ,i.- rn; ot our b-iul\> and sorntol th.-r III !In-
: whif 'liev .uld their
transfers and agencies, all increasing the risk buy c procure
Tin-commitli/ 'e will now pr ceed to examme : ji.iudbv. which each should have a -..aIHIIII",
and of the operation. ? lIlId.1'1 the iie.-t 11 'lIb; Iud Ihlllflh south!
expense : a litltf m detail; the relative advantages : credit with the other. Till! ? would[ enable the
.uuld .itl'urd!} ficiblies than then
There never was presented to the capitalists i !:;rattr
of the Southern Cities for the business i banks hole to finiu-b the iiu'rchants who
of the South and South West such rib Iveyt .ulel ie-oii |o uorth-rti ma.ketsiut
of foreign i irnpoit, .ition, cumpired with} thou .iin;;bt wish to ImrdllSt; goods m Kugland I
opening for profitable enterprise and he b,-li. veil (beoutli could aiTord as
of the Northern cities. In the first place, wun letters of credit de-
are invited by the most powerful considerations upon receiving; great or "router inducpments; and if she did,
house rent is much higher in the latter ipso quateicuritjr.: The bearer of such a letter :
to improve it. 1"owthat the fiscal\ 1lI'rc"a.; no need to appeal to the patriotism
operations in the former n very important element in would have: to interest from the
of thi federal government have been pets only of! its citizens, for both patriotism and interest
the calculation. In the second place, 'frei hi h.. drew
:;: lime actually tin to MV (for1 1
so greatly reduced, and the field of competition money | would induce them to trade with us:
is ii habitually higher from l-'uropc to the Northern his baser. This would :
purr prevent the los' .\ Jones '
fairly opened, if they should still look on then replied' to the arg mente
cities, for the plain reason that ships com- :! ot 1" hut rust which he would if
incur con'pcll-
with listless apathy while! the mighty current -t f i\lr. Cuiiiiiuiig, and after some further reii'.llk.i -.
ing to the South fog cotton, would have III' ed to trivide'lituself! with before he'
-of our own peculiar commerce is flowing literally .. ( nooses fi ",.iil Mwi.ir.-4.: Jt.-iikiu, vf :\u,,;uali,
come in ballast if they were nut freighted with S'-toai on liis advciilure. Cotton 'hay !
by themto nourish distant cities and Iur King of Uiunswick, and Alexander, of
merchandize. All the other elements that ers Irom Knglaud would derive! th,' same be I In !'Charleston. 3Ir.
Jolni of
fertilize the barren hills of distant communities .. IJones, Augusta,
constitute the cost; of importation, are believed .. lit by obtaining similar letters from the''i
we must then acquiesce in the judg | fttTt-red as an amendim nt. that after the words
ment which the world will pronounce that we to be cheap in the Southern as the Northern bulks there, upon thou of our hanks, wuh j j "decided preference'' the following should
Cities. It is thus demonstrable that t foreign which they :ollOultllt.l\.c! an established credit' _
deserve our destiny.] But the Committee indulge j !h e added- "where! the terms are equal-
tho confident belief that such a reproach merchandize can: be actually imported.I '': If in addition, to tl"'-,, t fuduies, our b.IClk.i which amendment was received by hire
and sold] in the former at cheaper rates thanin would i establish agencies- in Europe and 1 ,
will nolengcr rest upon us. The public spirit Jones, and tae resolution as amended, wad
the latter places. When to this we add advance I : a limited, amount -t
cotton |
neon canr
of our people has been roused into action ? put to the Convention. adopted.
have the expenses of the translHpment at N. York I"I. ned to them, it would _ieitly t-ontribiite
they been awakened to a sense of their i I :iMr. Seaborn Jones then rose, and asked
condition and all or Philadelphia! the loss of intcJ"f, tire freight: j txuccomphith our conimnn olijec by eta
are prepared to cooperatein I leave to add to the third resolution passed an
their and insurance to the Southern Cities, and the hi mug; our cuizt>ns to their, iottorila
respective spheres, in the great work i export amendment which he read. Mr. M'Duffieoppose
of throwing off the shackles of our present expenses of landing and) storing; there it will well a-. to import their own inerch.indize, J the motion as did; also Mr. J. A.Juth'acrt .
colonial condition and be apparent that tho merchants oldie South l 'I i without the intervention of lJrthern .
establishing our commercial any ( Milledgeville.! : Mr. Jones spoke
and South-West will find it their
independence upon a lasting {foundation. greatly to agency. ice favour of his motion; but after a felt remarks -.
advantage to make their of I
purchases foreign In concluding their report lh. Committeecannot from :Mr. I'arkman, of Savannah, he
merchandize in our own cities in preference I
The staple growing states never can be New but express their strop; conviction withdrew his amendment.
tc York or Philadelphia.( The same
practically independent and enjoy the lull that the ruccess of this great movement towards Tile fourth and fifth resolutions were then
course of reasoning: will show that our cottoncan
measure of the bounties which Providence be the emancipation of the staple growing read and adopted.
exported directly fnun our own seaports
has so abundantly provided for them, unlil l with similar the states nom their commercial trammels, Joseph Cummmg. Esq. of Savannah then
advantages! over more
the commerce which is founded upon their circuitous route ufthe\ortlrern Cities. will depend more upon individual enterprise, rose, and after a few prefatory remarks, of

valuable productions shall be carried on It)' It !seems, therefore, perfectly clear to the sustained and supported by an enlightened I fered the follow ; resolution, which was se.

our own merchants permanently resident amongst committee that our captalists who shall enter I public opinion, than upon any measures of f corded by Mr. Alexander, of Charleston.
us whether they be nativo or adopted. legislation however these be. Kesolued That this Convention
The into the business of imporing foreign merchandize i i. important may recommend
pursuit! of commerce must be liberalized; fail realize I r The. business= of direct importations! must be to the citizens of the South and South
cannot to ample profits, and I Icontribute

. state, to appoint delegates to meet two altogether; and seventy nine negroes tour .....J

convention at Augusta, on the first Mon- rendered a day or two before. The Chiefs and NO fI ; E. FOR NEW YORK

In in.'prit. 1838. to continue I h.interests warrior are confined in the fart, and among Middle District Florida, Lean county: THE Brie JfAtnut. NET, Talbot
nay of this Convention before tbe'people N consequc of the next Sup'-rior Court in master, now loading,will Mil with de-
and objects them are nearly all the war spirits' of the nation I Leon, as now fixed by law, interfering with thet'ron path. For freight or passage, having

The two Hicks'\ are among the chiefs and warriors of the MiH Court in FranKlin cn"nlYhie.( i food cco'nodations, apply to the mast on board,
Mr. Alexander, of Charleston, rose and seized." last court, for many urgent reasons, cannot De adjourned at 8c. MarKs, 01 10 R. LUQ.
few remark; he was followed by without great public inconvenience:) It is, October 25, 13-tf
made Gen. Jesstip writes' that his whole force is
of the confHed! in
who therefore' in virtue powers me by
of Charleston, poke n FOR NEW YOKE.
Col., Hayne, constantly employed: scouring country. His law,o>d''red and dn cried, that the next terra of Leon
t length of time on the benefits to bi derived promised reinforcements have not yet arrived, Sup riot Court, be p-sti-on'-il. an'l fixed br the second 4& THE Brig SBCOOBHAMMA. J. Bright-
adoption of the resolution; but the resolution Monday of O. ('ember ii'-\t, '.n.1 l that processnow master. For freight passage, having
bythe being: out of older, a call was made and we believe that nothing but the want of a issued, or t" 'II(" Untied, be made returnable to excellent accommodation: apply.
the of the sufficient force can prevent the speedy tcruii the said lust menliune iay. to the master on board, or to Robert Lyon.
the question on adoption re October 25 1837 12-tf
for i nation of the war.Information THOMAS RANDALL. ,
d resolutions offered by the select The above order to be published weekly in the

committee p-, which being put by the Chair, has been officially received at Floridian, until the meeting C 'UtCopy. FOR LIVERPOOLTHE

the report and resolutions of the committee, Washington: of the blockade nf all tile Texian (Ott.. -24.,, B37. 12 T-st THOS., H. DUVAL Cl'k. Ship For OCOXK W. I* Lyon having -
added Mr. Jones master. freight or passage,
the one by were a-
with ports by the government Mexico.. The latest superior'accommodations; ,apply to
th'PIf'J.lf aeco'rntsfrom Ma la rooms represent the Mexican Robert Lyon, or the master at SI, Marks.
Cumming then offered{ his -esolulion! days! after date, application will be October 25, 12-tf
I troops, at that place amounting in about 3000,
the lion. J o'n'\ Cameron Judge
adopted. ,
which was I IIr.
as teiiig- the most wretched condition, entirely of :hc SuperiorCourt of Jackson connty, for authority NOTICE.
of ,
Jenkins in behalf
C. J \u'l
; unprnviilftl with raiionsclothing, !i.c. and manyof to ..dlthe real estate in said county, bel-nging THE I SUBSCRIBER intending to remove from.
nista\ delegation, offered the following: reso- ;1 to the minor heirs \ViPiam' Holland dec'd. the Territory offers for sale valuable
them in a state of nudity. Numerous deser MARY HOLLAND Guardian. tract of LAND situated about six miles from Tal-
llcholvrd. That as an introduction to.a \ lions take place IIIII: .. The troops ale said to Oct 23, 1837. 125tADMINISTRATOR'S 1 lahas ee, near Lake Jackson, containing 400 acres..
150 of whl' hare cleared and under cultivation.
have in
a urea to another campaign
direct importing:; system HI the ?nth, .11.. mnecessary i : NOTICC. lie also offers for sale the growing crop and stock,

dip] ( n*ably thi ih" ('ti.j) of ih- I Texas. ALL persons having claims against the -tate anti a set of Blacksmith tools a..d farming utensiL,

cent )'t'ar should be dirrelly' expoiled b\. the late S. S. 1'eeblcs, are requested to present aid a cotton gin.
pr men-bants ind find th.il In''I The went her t f>r tree laM few ,Ia.I'a". reminded thenitoihesubscnbiT, properly authenticated, This trcct was formerly owned by Capt. H. F.
.mitliern ; : lit'Iht' of winter. Yesterdayrii'iinmiT within the time prcscrib d by law, or they will\ {be Simmons, has on it a valuable mill seat, and from
fifed lhi> obj,'Ci, th,' sauthi'rn b-n: king luMl its approach barred of recovery its locu'ion possesses other considerable advantges.For .

tuli'inshou'd' I 1,1 :tu \h aid a.. th--y -.,11'1) we ,,"t'rt'.i..itt.d by a white frft l.'t" ALEX FORMY: DUVAL, terms apply to the proprietor on the planla.lIOn. -

anil (ont.>tiifntlv ran Adopted.On ; 01.'.\. now consider the health four city secure, Adm'r of S. R/Petfctes, dec'd. THOMAS S1MSON.

motion of different. UlI'nll'l', the fol- at !least fur; the winter. There/ have been a l few Sept. 2f: 187.. : _'_7_ August! 2.th, 1337. :}-..tfNOTICE

lou'inj: Resolutions were unanimously adopted. : vijjht: cases "f fever during! ihe summer and fall, STORAGE AT MAGNOLIA.THE -.

Resoled, That the thanks of the. Contention i! yet we !have been u.uler the necessity. of record I subscribers will] receive on storage for ship SIX weeks after date, application will be made
: ne+.t, ( (tion or other preJuce; also goods and mer- the of the(
tendered to the Coininittep for their n.2 hut few deaths of our friend or acquaint Judge County Court of the county
I with !
rhan I'/r; and \punciuahiydcspatdi. of Leon, for letters of administration the
..II:" and j judicious U'port. :nice-, lie: :iiitu-ijUie the return of the accus ; .411r Lu"fne!>s entrusted .o their care will receive im- the late Elijah Harvey, of said county.A. .

Jtcsulvcd1'hat the thanks of tluCotuen- :.III1tJ .".."od health! ol the city in futuie. I me !tjal attention. Th'-it terms will be the sameaslnreioforc. FORMY DUVAL.

tion bo tendered to :1.!... 'tlt'nl and iSecif- ------- I, From lore experience in business, Sept. 23, 1817. 7
ihrv !h"I'e tl meet with a share of public patronage.
t \\'e believe the i i.1 have i ; -
UI'for' the able manner in which, they hate : Congress J. &. :l. IM.VLIN.Man NOTICE.

.!is + lrleJ tlieir duties.Resolved : ut- :i in-railed' thenmstlv'esby their poslpont.'nlcnl I : : _...lia Oft. 7, 117. !JGti SIX weeks after date, I shall apply to the Hon.

That the tlinnks of the Contention of the Suh-TieaMity Bill. Had they allowedthe I.i it.-M* lELS Peach Brandy anal Whiskey.A of the County Court of Leon county, for

t be tendered to the Trustees f r the ueof scliene propiiNed 1 bv the administration to (J \/ a') Pieces ll'ggil1 letters of administration upon the estate of Joseph
I. Harley, deceased, late of said county.
the Prc tt\1l'rian* Chinch.lUMjUedTliat : have bein tucd: and alit /had proved un&ucccss I 20 1.0"f B\s Cofft-c Twine, JOSEPH F. C. HARLEY.

the}, thanks of the Convent I fill, ivc Ldlc'c the result would have been irretiicvahly I Spani-li and An'ericin Se
t'nii be tendered to the Citizens of Augusta t fatal: to the prospects uf .1Ir.\-an Buren In store and for sale at the .A''ction !\I1I1,1IIt.J.IIACKLty.\' "

/>ir their hospitality. lor; re flection. \\ c do not hel.eveil \\' have NOTICE.
Iii,idtctl. That the thanks} of tin fYuiv. '>- Talahassce! Oct 17, 1837. 11-tf A LL persons liaving demands against the estate.
been .is beneficial as its friends :appeared; to an 1. if William Bryan deceased, late of Jackson

lion l>e It'nJ'/"t'llulJc! 1)ir(-ctnrs of the (iei,.r- linpute; and in truth we are s.itisficd ihat notlni I county,are requested to present them immediately,

<.ja IiiMiiaiici1 and TnM ("('11111.'".", for tlieiivcof ,! s'.iott! of \pat inn and strict economy for W properly authenticated, and those indebted to malr.I .

tlioir room by ilu- Committee.I'rsMvcd payment
sever.ilears! can get time country out of debt, MARTHA P. BRYAN Adm'zELIJAh
!, That the piocc-e retrieve public credit and restore our I BRY.iN. Adm'r.Sept. .
Convention and the address to the pPnpl* of STORAGE AT MAGXOMA. I 1C, 1S37. 6-8w
ilhr! Southern and SouthWestern State-l hI' : any thing like soundness and uniformity. The I THE ,ub=rrib. rs Mill:! continue the Storage nnol l

printed pamphlet: form and extensively 1 real causes of the prostration of credit were the I -wlI l'nsmne"'c :It this {jlice as! usual! I MARSHAL'S SALE.BY .
rash and 1 and l w'l' aiJvjincr! cash on Cotton s'oieJ with them I virtue of a writ of fieri facial issued out
vUionary speculations: extravagantevert : ,
the l le from
circJlacdtId that An-
-' ate.
: for shipment to \ York, :New O'l')l' aims, or ('h rlrs- the Superior Court of the Middle District
gncta be appointed a committee to superintend railing' in every thing with every !body, ton, and all nd with promptness and despatch to of Florida, in and for the county of Leon returnable -

the PIiC''ilt1"n.il'r ( and great exciss of importations for the last all\ business entrusted to their care. They flatter to November term, 1837, in which John H.

.\/ this re-ohiti .n was; read, a motion three: sears ; and itVa'; \lIl'xpecttbat any themselves, from their -xpenencc in business, to Parker i is plaintiff, and Caroline Rin gold, administratrix
merit and l receive a liberal. : hare pui/'ic patronage.Tlieir of Jam..e U. ixiiij.jv-.ij. dec r defend-
w.is nride that -i suh-rripiiun \lit' iiMil* byihr leI.lalin' tinkering could at onre remedy the cliarfs ar* as follow! viz: ..m, i snail, uu Saturday the 4th day of November
members of"lv) rontvwum t.. 'I"*". .J" ....r u..J .1... .'+.r..u.u.... -r "i.. "-a.. Iutu. -I"r.irc vI C"L'tl' for t>ie season, 25cts per bale: next, at the court house in Quincy, in Gadaden

<'\jvn-e- 4)f pruning (ho pr.ir.,fdinj.5 of thun .. )periniitrd him to have his way, when the intifiney Mnrkmj; are wc'ehina, tack 6J county, in legal hours, sell at public auction, for
Filling nt l I'llls >if hding, Wlrts sett cash the land of
; per following said defendant viz A
tested :
uher''ulnn} Mr I 11.! Ciniiininjj of Ins ,
imposed panaceahad
'tu\clI) | Finn m-inth's storage: on goot's 12J a h per Lht) tract of land lying in Gadsden county known as
.'),.<., and in l I'f'h.llt".f| ill"i:;'i
Iron, rtat..tl, 111:11: \Ih 11\1' lH'rllli>r-ton IIC Ih.' -.MH| ;ih it would inevit.iMy. have failed lu sat I BENJBYRD & CO. Levied upon and to be sold a* the property of the

('iu .'imtJ"n_ 'hI" tt.iitd IIlId"rlalc' tlm.. !'1I11f'r- i-t\; the ;lIlIc! mind, tllt..I prislit lily would have I Maano'.M: 17tii; Oct. 1937. 12-t1J 1 aid law.defendant, to satisfy said writ according to..

4i' punting of Ih. It a-Butt and pnisir-'ied I.im. N'uv he ran say, "If you had I 'GROCERIES'WE THOS. ESTON RANDOLPH, Marshal.By .

t'i uic. .i..iiijs hI" oho couvnlion, aiid! would! mod n,you would have j'lvcnthe county relief;" have just: received from New Orleans S. H. DUVAL D. M.Sept .
efjHV! .ll ., \' -- of Bacon, Claret 'Vwe.Iadeira 23, 183 7. 7 is
; > -
1".1. is thatlliiv
and the tanv! a r.wt'r'llIcl.. can lie given n'ine, Pickles: H'hiskey, "',-c. which the will sell
SiMb-Jin .JIII..--. I M"q thn r'.:.' and olTftedll are of a ilitlerent oliinwr.'e are not I low for cash. NOTICE.I .

following: r<*-n'tri'Ui, \\hirli d I G. II. $. T. E. L1NDENBERGCR.!
was ach'ptt Mirry I.r; ihe remilt, fi;'r although we l1e"er"ere 1 WILL at a proper time apply to the Hon.
Ke-.,Ud), FiLet th'1 tli ,nksof t the woven f'llIaL: : tn his electionve believe in the main July -2l I, 137. 51 Judge (If Leon County Court to be appointed

ti'iU tit' !etiJi-i.-4l tn IIII') I lt''1.- he will make as good a President, as we should : dr.N, as they and the.r effects are without protecj -
,::'ii h" tilt electif! jrri any : late of Leon deceased
J e-
,I'.-n.e of ilie Inehlieati.nu of the proceedings of I. county I made for John D. Sanders to be bound out until 'he
We make immediate: awl l thine1aviug
probably; bUppLint him. are as we always quested payuient;
is of S. J.
the} Cunntion. twenty years ago. RUSSELL.
I claims said arehl'rth '
aijtiust estate
: no'1fied -
have been: in favor of a national bank, and pro } I Stpt.23, Id37.::! 7-6V
On motion uf Mr. ( nl.bert! of G<1., the ty present them authcnucateJ within the lime
("ouveiition then adjourned! ) siwr die. f.iundly regret the derision vI'lite country againstit. prescribed by law to the subscriber, or they will be SUPERIOR COURT, "
\\ e t7usl the time will come when! public lor<.ver Larrd.'ILLIA1 LEE .idm'r.
JulI 1 37. 51
opinion on this subject will undergo a change, .____
Committees appointed tinder} 3d Resolution RoUrt 11 Berry 1 Assumpsit: Attach' f 113 94
: and, if iieceM>dry, the cunsir.utioii be amended II.\Y.\SA SEG.\HS. vs > Sum's for $tOO, i issued Sept 26,

For S. r rr"a. -Alexander] LJIark, la\id 1'1 saillot thiisei criij.uliins on that scuie.NOTI 6000 very superior Havana SEGARS, im- JFillum Bryan, ) 1837; Returnable to Nov Term,
: direc:,just received and f>r sale at the defendant in said case and all others inter-
Alexander] Charles J. Shannon James Ad-
: Ai-criov 1ART, I by R. HACKLEY THE will take notice of the institution of said

1'r :'. G. Barkley.Far ( E. I September:;u.h, 1837 8--f suit by attachment as aforesaid-and they are required .

Gwrgia.IIZUoUS II. Kenan, Adam the lion1 Ii I- I to appear and plead to the declaration filed
I IX week after date: I shall apply 'o i :MARSHAL'S: SALE.
Johnston, Lancelot Johnston, Benjamin viable: Jud_:" of the County Court of Leon I I in said case, according to the form of the statute i iii.I .
II. :;tiles, Seaborn Jones. County, for l.ctteis ol'\duiiiii-tiD ion on the ev:. BYirtue and HI pursuance ( f" writ of such case made and provided C S SIBLEY.1'u'y
issued out (.f the Superior Court of
: wt,
.MAIl'rLVOcwber for
t'-m Cal.'"' dcc N M. I pltliSepieinbcr
ma e
Committee to prepare the Address:-Gro.McDufTie CH, lfj-J7: 13-Gvv: the Middle District of Florida, in and for the countyof 30th 1837 8-tf
Tbo-! Butler King, Henry II. I jHferbiMi, returnable November term of said 1j

Cumming, Absalom 11. Chappell, James Gads FOR SALE court, in which \Vlitthc Governor of the Territory 1I I NOTICE.
I of FI,ritU is pltintitT, gad John M'Dowell.jr. John
Jen. I months after date, I shall present my ac
JER-F.Y WAGON: and good SIX
ALIGHT ['1.w.lI. and .Jllen F.urrloth are defendants I and! vouchers! and apply to the ilon.
.------ -- I1OI1SK, CnnuTC ofMcItANEY "I shall. 01. :S.uur.Jay; the' 7th day of October 1837, sell I County Court of Jefferson county,for a final settlement
THEWED.VESDAV FLORIDIAN. & HAWES.Ndv at the court house in Af-joticelloon said day in Lgal and discharge fro31 the administration of the
1. 1S37 13-tf: I hours, at puMir auction, for rash, he following: estate of James Halljat* of said courty, deceased.
--- land\ of said defendant, John .'1'l>owell, viz; : East JAMES L. PARISH

A:1Ljiii. .;;) :! :Bi : LA NOTICE.. I and wculialfof N E quarter of sectional, township Aug. 19, 1837. 26m Adm'r.
----- 2. 3 S and E-cast half: of N E 5
ranee quarter sec
NOVEMBER: I. 1S37.. V, 111' LA -v will |.rac ice in all the Court I lori, R 4, S and E- !>llla.lfof N' E | otC 4, TIS, NOTICE.IX .
-- ----- -- --- -- !'ofR4C-E1ofN\V i S4T1SofR4E-nod
Middle Florida, and will a'tn'l tosuch imsuies weeks after date application will be mads
1! the Ej; NK 1 of S 28.T R tf S and E and the improvements
The report elf the Augusta Convention: whichve as may be entrusted 'oln- care. Office' in the building Kj to the Honorable Judge of the county court o/
fum ilv occupied by Ca 1 and Walker thereon. Leon County for letters of administration oa the
publish today, ncccniarily/ excludes many I Levied and be sold tI.. ot said
Uctub r i-t i, 1 IC'J7. 13 tfTreasury upon{ to as prOtelly estate of Richard C. Parish dec.
Ia:tcs of interest. ; John .11'1)uwell'se, of said defendants to satisfy JOHN D PARISH
I said writ ttccorlin to law. 30th. 1337 8w
Florida September
Department, ,
\\' indebted the Hon. Charles' Down AUDITOR'S OPHCE
are to I l By S. //. OUV AL, D. M.Am. .NOTICE.
irk for various public
.- I I TO'f I ICI-i licirby given to .luctionrcrs, Tax Tf.t/ 1\1" vt sale! is postponed UI.tllthc first AJtur- SIX weeks after the publication hereof, 1 shajl
GOOD NEWS FROM THE ARMY. : I C"IIec: '*. aml jt'nTs! ch'u'geti.aith-. "Oljf- day in veniLer next. )" to the County Court of Leon county,
: f for letters of administration on the estate af Grart-
; tlltll o1 tin- piH'li'- n-venii' tii"+">t'sit>< will J( 1) c"in- -
OSEOLA CAPTURED. I NOTICE.LL vill Shepperd aa'l Lewis Shepperd,ctce'd.two men
n.etief d a_.III1" dll who ate in default afn r till 30tliol
An Express arrived town on Salufh ', fflllll Noviiub-i: ensu'n' :;. L A. TI1''tiPSON: 1 (Arsons holding claims .ipiiust the estate: of c'-luur, late of Leon county.
A ii-l. Pub. .7cc'is. i ot Ge 'Tfe Cadwell, late of Jackson county 8 Cw WM. P. DUVAL.
the with iln- r:+tilvini ititeli! army / '1'1.! Pcrm-olii! Gazctti St. Job ph Tirres, and dcce std, ate required to present thcui, duly au-
casturrofOscanLt; nr POWELL, and the pan Jn-ktonvirr! Courier, w )II I ;give time bove tlirre 111c 1, thenliiaied, within the time prescribed by law, or COTTON !
tipal of the hotio: chiefs and warrir'l. t 'ns, mid forward their accounts 11 tins! i.jfirc fur .this noure will be plead in bar of thiir recovery.Those '.TE will purchase Cotton at the highest market -
!2-3t iudtruud to said estate ale required make Y Y price during the season.MARTIN.
\\'f have |ken politely! furnishrrl! hy Governor I paymeni. I immediate payment to t.:.e subscriber.ALEX. &. HART.

Call, with ll.e fljllowiii extract nf a letter from I 11:711: L b- !\uld. on Jsaiurd..y, the 4tli day u f : '1'UILNER.3dm'r. ._September SOth. la37. 8-4w
Gen Jessup tn His Kxrellency, dall"Ii. I Y NoveniLe"next, at the house of tilt sut,. | ;pt. 13th, 1837. 1;-lmn NOTICE.

Head I scriber. HI Leon -.OIIU y t" II mull.one !s'.nrl snare, -- --
iuarlcr;, army of the South. MULES FOR SALE.
indebted to the estate of Kedar Vannjir*
i "ne yoke of oxen and cart, one m.ln' saddle, one
St. Au2UKtine Oct. 22, 1837. ,''i horse wagon, and sumlry other articles with a I t THE Subscriber otTers for sale a team of six ALL to come forward and settle the same;

"I caused POWELL with seventy chief., !tllhcl.fd cled.t of twehc months purr) a-crs {rising bonds !>trate .MULES.: They "re younrand well and all those having demands will\ present them for
and warrior to be seized about miles with ppro\cd security to the subl>cri\cr. j bi<-ke. The wagon ( made by Wa'iJn cf Y orkPa.) settlement within the time prescribed by law, or be
ten JOHN ISLF.R.Adminwtr.tnr : ,' and the gears may also be purchased. barred from all interest in said estate.
Mow this place vesterJay. There were some cf R W Sln fTord. 1 i I BAKER JOHNSON.TAllahasicP 7/OR4CE V. NN, Adm',.

WUnlCQ and children lull hegroest making eighty Oct 2i, 1837 l-U I ; Sept. 1st. 1537. 4 tf October 7, 1SU7.: ftiVestern


. ... .-. s .1
i the Marihal the aid District-GREETING:
To of
months from date I will apply
NOTICE.-SiX le Sears Bryan, Judge of the Will t. RKAS t'harles S. Sibl.-y, Ksq., Attorney: of the United States for the Middle

County Court of Jackson County, to be discharged District of Florida, in the name and behalf at well of the United Slates as of

front the further adminuualion uf the otau. of brie! J. Floyd, Esq Collector of the Custom for the Di-trirt and Port Apalachicola Ga

J.hn Rix, deceased.WILSON ROYAL, Adm'r. I the stud Middle District of Flortd.i. nod of all other persona concerned hath filed.rv{ ,,, n

37-6m hip libel I in lh' Superior Court of aid District : z-
April J2,1837. mQ Dm t) m4g1 D hibiled or complaint sitting as a District
. AUCTIONEERAND Court of the Untied Stales 'f',r the trnl I ..l I. c-nne+ of Admir.iliy and Maratime JurNdtctionst.iling

NOTICE. alle.mg It lid! I propounding I "ih-il at .. Mine psl/ to wit. on the fourth day of *
date I hall ac- Octobe
after present my
months Merchant.
QI Commission .
counts and vouchers, and apply to the !tlon. Mcmda'snnd in .tU" .V.nr..1 I.IK l.-,nl -MI- in"u>. nid' ihl_ hiindre-d iud' thiriy-.even, at th" District or

County Court of Jefferson county, tor a final settlement S&UtlB ID&1t 3* S.nurdayj. lppil.irhi"ln .il/". -.->.Mii. in iii.- Mi-Mi. /, ih-ln.-i of }Florid i it foesudand: wiihm, hit, juris,

and discharge from the administration of the N. York A St. Marks line of Packets suction ..I' .l1d I. '...ire. .1 r..'t.tim \ .---i-l 1 ,-v.iier'-rift .ind ling railed ihePUnelof Porto
estate of Thomas Delphy, late of said county, dc- I undrecl! I and nine and the
burthen of oniI nir.e
ceased. JAMES L. PARISH, Adm'r.Aug. month, of the twenty. ty-fifths tons, of whicbsaid
19, 1337. 2.6m & Brig one Jeremiah Kt-nny was master, and aid I Jeremiah Kenny and John Amaze en

NOTICE. are owners, as appeals bv tintemporary regNtt-r<< ofsaid brig, granted at the port of Boston

months afrer date I shall present! my vuch- and Charlestown on this "filteenth day ol December in tie year one thousand eight hundredand

SIX and apply to the lIon. the Judge of the FIRST be Rate Vessels and experienced Jesters thirty five, thereto annexed, and prayed to.be made part of said libel, was unlawfully! J
empl iyed in this line, tosail ftvm either ,
Court Gadsden for a final settlement 1 said Jeremiah Kenny and
County county wilful/! and knowingly employed by > master part owner
administration of the port-a vessel will sail on the 81 1 and 21th of thereof
estate and of Capt.discharge John from Hills the, late of Gadsden county every month, and oftener, should patronage require in the importation and bringing Into said: Territory of Florida, and into said district! of AppaJlachicola
and! Middle District of Florida aforesaid, be.ng Territory of the United State

Florida.JONA.. ROBINSON, Administrator. WM.ROB'T WYLLYS LYON, Agent PRATT St. ,.Marks.Agent N. York, from Montegowith Bay, in the Island of Jamaica, a foreign port, a certain negro named JoseJ'

August 12, 1837. '___ __ 1.6m St. Marks, .flprH15, 1837. 3C-ly'r. intent to hold the said negro Joseph to service and labour, and that said negro Joseph

NOTICE. NOTICE. was unlawfully, illegally and knowingly l brought! into said Territory and into said distric of

SIX months after date we will apply to the Appalachicola, and into the Middle District aforesaid, in the said Brig PIa not, from
of the county court of G.tdsden county, persons who are indebted to E. B. .Monrcn-o
: THOSE hold the said service and labor
Bay aforesaid,with intent to negro Joseph! to as aforesaidcontrary
for a final discharge from the adtuirsisration ofthe by note or account, are earn -
estate of Hosea Wilder, late of said county, .-s.ly requested to make immediate payment to to the statutes of the United States of America in such case rude: and provided and

deceased. the subscnbers bclore the first of September, as all whereby according to the form of the said statutes, the said brig Planet of Portsmouth', her

JACOB H. WILDER, ) Admims- account remaining unpaid at that date wilt be put tackle apparel and furniture, then and there became and was liable to seizure
WM. rl. WILDER. ) tiaiora: into the hai dJ"tf an attorney for collection.E. prosecutionand
district in the United States in which she be- found
forfeiture ill might one half
any thereof
Uuincy May 20th, 18V7. 41 tits BAtUNVJRD, Jr. $- CO. -
'luly 1 I. 18:?7.-17 For E. B.P t rkms. to the United States, and the other half to him or them who'shall prosecute the same t/>
Administrators' IVotice. --- --- and in L'ehalfof the
eflect, and the said Attorney in the name United States aforesaid, dotS
I'lCi. is hereby' given thai at'he next Janu- CITY S1'AJJI.ES
NO term ofGadsden county Court, the undersigned Formcry Peter Robinson's., aver and in fact say. that Gabriel J. Floyd! Esquiie, collector of the customs of the United

jJdmimslnuors of Thomas Wynn, dec'd, rules States America for the district and port Appaluchicola then and there, on the day and
following Jc
will make final report and settlement of said estate THE fur the government emulations ot the above are stables adopt, year aforesaid in the district of Appalarhicola, and in the Middle District of Florida fore_
and six months from the date hereof will applyfor
;a discharge and letters dismissory from baul and will be strictly observed:: it is hoped ih>y will said, did seize said brig! Planet of Portsmouth according to law, as being forfeited as aforesaid -

court u such administrators. dt'r.landin give g'-neral satisfaction, and prevent any miiun- the said brig Planet then and there being found, and now holds and l detains the same< in

JOHN WYNN, The Mire of a custo ly in this District."

-50-6m HENRY: H. BROIFN. Hack and four $15 00 per day, h And the said Attorney of the United St.ita:: therefore prays advice of the Court hereinin
July Hack and pair 750 the premised and that due: process ol Inv may issue ai.iin-.t said vessel her 'ackle
NOTICE. SlIlkey and bo.se :3 00 and furniture and th It and monition issue ,
prorl.imation in that
apparel may b"Uif! : :
the next April term of the County Court Single horse 200 (>
AT Jackson county, I shall present the accounts do do 7 00 per week, rite and! admonish all person>, and ('sp.-rilly the sid, Jen-miih K,'nnv., ihe master there

and vouchers of she administrators of the IIoi se at Livery 2500 per month of to be and appear at a day and plate by your Honor to be turned, to .how cause, if any

estate ef WM. HOLLAND, dec'd for settlement, do do 1 i>5 per day, they have, why the said brig Planet, her tackle! app Id I and furniturehouM! not he con
and ask for letters of dismission from said estate. Single feed G2J
THOMAS ORMAN All hor>f s hired must be paid for in advance, un- demned and sold, nnd the money arising from th" a ud salt" distributed, arrordm" to ttu; .
One of the Administrators. less ihe person has an account with the btab'eb.' and that she be so condemned and sold, arid.aid' money "It .1ttrtIJlJI"cJ. pr.iyeih."

Marianna, June 26lh ISItt.: 17-Gm No horse delivered without an order from the And whereas, thereupon, the Judge:: of -aid Court ill-t "u tin- :\nry-in.rd d.iv of! October -

NOTICE. owner or to his known servant. 1837, by his order and decree at ch.iinber-i, order arid trrr ,.> fullmv-!( <. wit:
in the stable
Smoking is entirely forbid The
ALL persons indebted to the estate of Richard establishment! be closed at 10 o'clock. Persons "The Clerk of this Court For Franklin county i.. ord red I' 1 iji-ta- !.r ,ceas: as m th- tort-;
Stafford are requested to make immediate will please close the '
pnyment and thosse having claims against said entering THE gate.PROPRIETOR. going libel is prayed and returnable to Monday, the 1-Jth ni Nuv -iti'er, tv37; .tn i the

estate will be authenticated and presented within March A 1S37. 30tf !Marshal of said District is ordered to serve and i-x -cute ih- saiiu- pn"UI.lIlj on ,uj JeremIah .

the time prescribed by law, or they will b<- forever Kenney therein named, if in said DISlw.t, and! all oth:' prrons interesifii. the

barred.June 3, 1837. JOHN IZLER.43-tf COMMITTED Jailor'to the Notice.county Jail of Jefferson said District, ::nd by posting up copies of the t.iid monition on the unmast of >,ud bn.-: ,

LEON COUNTY-. -- -COURT.- county on the JSth mst.Uvoftin-utiveslavesj: and on two other places thereot, and to publish the :<:,rite in If t- ur muri- II'1"'I| |>>>.-r3 print-

Edward Loockertnant viz: a negro man who says his name is DOn, ed in said District arid by posting u,) the .une m ihre
*. 1 S32.SO/A ; umJ1&it.sum.Att'nt ad rep fur I and says he belong to George T. Wartl, of said return day, according to the rules! uf this: Go'irt-"

'VID Joor.tanI Henry } lor 9165 (lam',, I..eltn county; also ;i negro man who says 'Ins hTnllJ1.-\s R.sNosl.r..Jadge.' .
Smith trading &c. as Sept iM 1 I. 18'17: ; return: : ....i... .0 \\. t.'*;| J:V .....' .t..., I.., ....i....'tT, ,,,
Jourd.n 4" Smith. J ble to March l'm. IR34. I George Brown Sumpter county, Mississippi.: IIEREFOKH.:. Jim iii'- .-?>ii ?.5..t ... .. i....-Ky -thnr,7,.,(i. fn>|Mtu red. and strirtlyenjoined

THE defendants in said case, and all others m Tilt owners arc requested to prove property, peremptorily, to cite and admonish ,I..- _.nd Jen-miih (v> cross ih- mr'-le; tt(

will take notice of the insti'mi< n ol pay charges and take! t'-trin away. said brit: nnd all persons \xhar.-oever illlcrc'"lt' in -."J bn_ i'dnrr of t'ort-Jinoutn, her

said suit, and of the issuing of said writ of attachment S \V B.\ vrtKINGTOX, Jailor. tackle, apparel, and furiulure, in .lId libel I altedjed\! : f, l lay putilu Iy alhxinr: ; a ropy of th.-*
and to and plead to the declaration !
appear Jan. 21 1837.
filed in said action, according to the statutes: ---,. --... --.-----31 6m monition on the main mast: of slId l Iou:!, and on two oiher pi:i- ,.?. th reof. .,jxi by per-onil

in such case made and provided. COPARTNERSHIP.bubspibcrs: I service on said Jeremiah Kenny, If in said District and! .,11..lh"1S interested in said bn:!.

CHARLES S. SIBLEY, All') of Plfl 'r IFIE have ihis d iy entered into ,n said district and by porting tip topics ot thi- lII"flllion. and to put:)lia'.h! the same
Dated Sept 21, 1833. 7-3rn: copannership:: under the firm of Taft Holt
said district aid the in three
& Co. in one or more nexvspaperprinlr in iiy posting:! up; same

EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. S. S TAFT, more public places therein, until said return day, according to the rules ot this court, as

ALL persons who have any demands against GEORGE: HOLT, designated in said order, and by all other lawful ways and means and methods whatsoever -
estate of William Patterson, late of GEOICUE monition made and !be and
\I1LLKR: whereby Ibis may he most public notorious, to appear at
Jackson County, deceased, are hereby :ed Marks 1
t July
rrq-ies ,
to present them without delay to the .subscribers. 51 the time and place atoreoaid.! : before the jmJge' :: aloresaid! i/! thu said order and decree specified

JOHN W- PAT J'ERSON. J Execu. N Q :f:gQ 41l.l >>lls.1 ; and also to attend upon every sm-sst.n 01 sessions specified until! a detinati\e decree -

ALFRED.L. WOODWARD i 10.". I IK iiii.U-rMgncd resl'e-:t filly informs'JtrT the or scntt'nceh.11I he made and promulgated in said business cor.lu-ivel.ifanyofth.! .ia

Jane 3,1837. -M: -ti planters of Leon and atlj. -('nL counties that he has hall think it their business: to do, to liar abi-e:: bv and purlonn' nil and singularucaju:! *

NOTICE. muteaii.l..II E.V.t a ppcint. Pit's'
SIX I months after date, I shall present mv nr- tos Hi- |patent' invites Cotton CUL''IVATOKS and further to do and rct't.ivch.ltUllto the i i.w and jutirtappertains, under the pain of
n.iTtfiil| \ ihcP.'anUis:
and vouchers and npplv tn the H"n to ca'laivl !)
County Court of Leon county, fur u final settlement examine fur lhcllI!>dvcs. the law. and contempt thereof the absence atd contumacy of then,, and each and every

and discharge from the administration of the estate' C. F. CLABAUC// of them, in -\trv. wise notwithstanding ; and \. h'ttstmewer you hall do in the prei.s",
of Wm. Kinnaird, late of said county. Tall.iliusse-, Doc 26, I I'' 31;. 2J-tf yon -hall duly certify unto the judge aforesaid: at tlie time auJ place atote.-! ;. :d, togtther:

.GEORGE YOUNG, Adnm.istrntor. Twenty-Five Dollars Reward. with these presents.
July ikJ, 1837.-48-6m
5t'RA\ from ihe Luery S.atlr Tallauas-.

NOTICE l,ri ht Bay HflHSE.lcJtn mfl.sh, WITNESS, the Honorable Thomas Randall, Judf" of our said Court .1 this!
HEREBY GIVEN, that at the next Januaryterm I hits two while hnul tri/.anil a white star in lusfore-
IS IW"lIly.lhlrd d'iof October! in the ot l.oid thousand fit_
of Gadsden Oounty Court. ihe in'd r- head. "ai iii l IIOISP went away about tWit mouths @ \rar our one
lined: the Executor of Fietd.s'F.. Wynn, who was ',I .tgo. $tj \\ ill I lx- !:ntn on his e.Jd'Q'CYo1t Captain/ hundred and thirty-seven and ot" I'heIndl'pt'n l lnce of the United States <>f

executor of Benjamin B Babb, will make final re- Brown'll.i.l, by ifm. CAUTION. America the si\tv- econd year.
port and settlement of said estatei, '. six months _TallJhas.e.. -, M.\I' h 25th. 1S37, 33tf: (SI lied) GEORGE F. B\LTZiLL.CIrik.:
from the date hereof will apply for discharge and ------
James Johnson
letters dismissery from aid court as such execu- Huge, ,

tor of said Babb. JOHN JJ'Y'tK: DUA PER ANI) TAILOR, NOTICE is IIF.KF.CY ci\:: to cnncerned r.I( tic! fur2"ing as I am dtrerted thoreiu-

July 16, 1837._50-Cm TJLL.1II.1SSEE, FL.1: SAMUEL II.! DUVxL.Marshal. .

Let work recommend (NtIIJ"or.If t'.ToieieJeicelert in .llonoc it.) Middle District Florida.CAti'1'IO .
my just -reived from Niv* York a :',iuptrii
THE Subscriber having erected his sh.>p at I HAS!> linen t of I'romlcli'ths, Cassnn. and - -- .
Store ear Baileys Mill offers his which all 3Ic IiraI of Georgia.
I Veslings, aiming :are the most ifhioii.ibte! \ College
services to the public as a first rate Gun Smith, colors and (patterns thai I have appeared in the Xcw I 1K C rL.. tllft'S.m .h. n..u a t.u gilt!
11,1! !
and is prepared to do Farmers plantation\: work.- York market,also an extensive ,tssurtinenti't lieu ly ALL, persona three-- rrn,tit" 11.\ W, .. V'r" -r *rat. .n?? r *u",.e-1 ..t. i''!, ihirdMi.ylM: (( !, .f I...11I
I ,prnmr
H. also will work on Carriages or any o'her smith Made Clothing of description which he 0.'r lees I ter C .".II'I..t 3" u-ua the teat '.t
very .. ,
cam the' enders td amid! 'I.I.II! I'a":' e. J .e II B.
work that is necessary to be done in the country and warrant to be as neatly nud:, and nfui fine cloth.i {'at's. or bearer a full .. Jlareh I The 1.I of \ I'rl. Init.! at(.f the II .ird\"f'.t.
wishes his diligence in discharging work, and is any ever offered in tlie southern untry. .1 few One "o'e dated; h.'tit iuv! I lam:;. host pay n ...I.lv..r this! n.on h. .silt be cumin'-.on ent d..y.
leasing customers to secure to him liberal share I the I P r .... ,'
a suits youths clothing, also youths chinchillas and r'tle-s. 'r .
able! on I he first t day 0 :lluarv: 1t+3 .ur lIre
of wrtronage. EBER BE.JL. I chili ra'S' mcns hats, cloth and fur caps of various thousand d' lar L. .'1 ttugts, "I. D of 4"1n'\tomy.
oalvr'fl Mills, Jefferson county, June 14. 45 qualities, shirts frem one to seven dollars each, One n"t, :'1 the' same daI', aud pays' Ie un the C'harIe' 1) 1\ is, .\t. U. flormcrly 01 Chat"lest III,) offirstd'yofJ.tnu'ryt4lJ
I which are a vr.rietyof plain and ruffled l'lemlslry and Ph rnacy.
JAMES: H. COOK among : : tor.woihun-anddul I.as.
I 'lush. .,h A. Eve :\1. D.vtTI.oraputics:1nJ\Iateru
linen, plain add embroidened bosoms collars stocks r : ,
( In note lit the same date, :l.J poI"lb; on the
No. 100 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, suspenders, fine merino flmncl, canton tian net and th"II"nn Iedtra.G. .
t thief Janu l Itj..to, fo two t I.'ull'rs. ,
Between Pine and I net shirts and drawers linen silk!: buckskinand firs p .ore',. _''Cnn "I. 0. f.u-: returned from Eusthe -
Broad Street, cnuon saidd os h (It. \\ all' has no glH'n u the ) .
lur Io- fur collars duo white and colored_ __ rope,) of Physiulugy anl alhol.I-t An.uomy.consider.n'on.t
!! c! ,,eed we are d I 'ermlnell' nut
OFFERS fer tale a full and complete assortment of i n upon, and
silk and linen handkerchiefs. : L J) 'ord :\l. D. if Icstitutts: of lcdicie
Cabinet Furniture consisting of Sidcbourd uiih' to pay cither of the said noteuntil complies .., ', cal, .iurisorudcncewith .
marble do plain Dressing Bureaux with Also a lot <>f negro clothing, nil of wlucu he will t his aj-'nement, or until 1 a.due I '.on.s..I.w 1 t'n t\ .
m.trble Practice of'
; patio F Eve M. of and
and pain : sell as l low according to the quality of the floods aa /Rl'IV PALM R. > Principles
tops Cenlr Tables both -tare and '
sq ran be l"oti;;ht in the Territory.Nov J.1(0: L. P.RIo..;II. Surer.r.
r.'md. with Marble tops, Pier tables do., Dining 19io Sfi.. 15tf WILLIAIS.t. Cunningham, Jf. D. of Theory and Practice ofJllnnticelloJern
: :)\R1US :
tables in setts and single, Breakfast tallies of all !\.I.dl"lnt'.
sizes, Bureaus do. Sofas of all qualities, fashion un.i TIN WARE.THE >rson county, S Pp'. 30, I Ib37./ 'I't: D. of Obstetrics and Disease of

prices, Mahogany Chairs from $5 to $ >0 each, subsciiber, will on _1 8-Lf_ F'i i>Ies ami lit ants
Rocking Chairs of every description, Wnrdrol the' Tin Ware manufacturing carry KOTICK. \Vm. Hurry Robert, Prosector.
of all. qualities and sizes, Secieumes and Bookcasesdo. ., business, and will at all times subscribers having funned a copartner- fees f>r the lull cuur-e, the eight tickets, S12<>
Ladies Work
Tables with Marble
\*ooiltaps THE Demen-lration Win
haven hand a general assortment \\ ill hereafter conduct the D, ugbus iuss ,
Mahogany high p 'stand French Beadstead-, ----M\tflt'ulallon-, 5
at wholesale or the name of
Marble Looking Glacscs, a full assortment" 30
retail, on as reasonable terms as can be sold in I)11.loma,
Mattrassej :
Hair and Feather Beds withasses
Fir ICHiais $ Cinutar
any southern market- I'tfl: oc. Sf'e or
article necessary to famish a house. Term- Cuntry merchants and others are invited to Then shop will be t'-und at.the id Maud formerly P \ r: I. F. EVE, Dean Fapply.
-llb rl. (March CZ5Lh. 1837 333mTHE : call and satisfy themselves. occupied by Mr.( E. B. Perk III", y;'po-ite tlit- mlr'I ,ta Ga.u 7. 6
ket house 1-i
They ,vil! keep full avsor.mrnt of :MedicineCX months after dale 1 stall present my I>:-
TAXES for 1837 are now due. By call Tallahassee Jan. 14, 1837. 23it
Diug Chemicals, PatrntIl'dlclne", J>.<*., and k5 ri>unt- 11111.1uchers as aduiini&ii.itor or the
( on subscriber, at his office ID 'i alla ----
beau, and paying the same, the public will much ALT.250 sacks salt} for ale by pledge themselves. to ell not'>ini: hU' enuine ir.i- estate uf !!arms Otnney late of Leon County and
ob&6 SAM'L. H. DUVAL. '; !t. II. BERRY. des. J. EDWIN :-: hTEWAUT D apply fir a discharge. SIMON T.3YLOR.

July ,<, 13'-1) Tes_Co:cct r. Sens. 1637. 7 3: 7.f EDWARD 3AKJWRD, J:. April 22, 1637., 386mLEDAL