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 Material Information
Title: Key West enquirer
Alternate title: Enquirer
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J. Atkinson
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1835
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-
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
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oclc - 33270645
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System ID: UF00049046:00013

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i ntain all the Intelligence

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ft .tc.4 s- -. iu,. Urler"takingwill wwnrretuni.OTo bath relieves and cure without the
tw oeces
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to the Judge in of the People mainly .1
and court,or ert.es of blood la
sity letting. 2Otu..Insapity.
: please receivesubscripto the vessel piloted or spoken, which intelligence and patriotism, and the
aga-nst virtue case bas Mr Wbitlaw, failed in ratorie*
no
forward the names to the Editor as soon as Court or the said Judge in Chambers, shall dissemination of sound political knowledge
to a sane state patients undeihb treatment
put
without juryproceed to ex- and beic actuated by a sincere -
and
possible. summarily them
among and the
of this establishment
J. ATKINSON. amine into the facts and law of the case desire to advan\. the cause pf State ; proprietor'
authorized him to that all
by ,
but IC shall ss7
to its merits Constitutional Liberty,we
October 1, 1834. and decide accordingly shall and cases of insanity can be cured by his 1ItemwheD
Sort State Rights
the said vessel so assisted or spoken the doctrines of the
there is malformation. =lat. Hy
no
of the court, forth in the lrgioia -
not be within the jurisdiction of Georgia,as set
Party This dreadful which
ACT to provide for the appointmentof Chambers shall Resolution of 1708-W-- dropbobia. malady
AN I Judge in
the said court or ; aid KeotuckJ skill
to the time has defied,be of
Pilots, and to regulate the rules of of the attachment, triumphantly maintained up present
and on the return which were so
at the port of Key West and for may EX-PART*. and decide and of Georgia in 1825-6- xnd'7 ; the medical practice, has been successfully
Pipage\ proceed in like manner, the State and in
by the ines- treated by Mr. Whitlaw, ahto a number ,
oth& assut in perpetuating
r purposes.Sec. the Governorand accordingly. and thereby of cases by the physicians and surgeon!
Beit enacted by under our
present
1. Passed Feb, 15,1834. timable blessing we enjoy
Legislative Council: of the Territory of JOHN WARRF.N.Pres. form of government, and which are who have adopted IU.Iltem. ftd."P.ltr.
relieves. 33d. It has
Florida, That from and after the passage of Legislative Council. guaranteed unto us,so long a. each department Itgradunllr lot cancer(in its proved
effectual cure incipient
Governor of the said Territory! within its lecitimatesDbere' an
this actthe
Approved Feb. 151834. of be? is kept
authorised, by and with in favor of a stages) enety pilas"cunry, sinters'ebolic
be and o IS hereby of actioD.Ve. are
of said Council,dur FOUNDRY -. Constitutionandopposed spinal affections palpitation'of the heart
content
the advice and oftbe
construction
such number HAVING of Mr. RICHARD strict Inflammation of the l eyes' fits, silts neck
Purchased
ing its annual sessions,to appoint \ te all systems which hate for their *
and nettle rub, jayndiceuketaticn of the
of Pilots for the port and harbor of Key RONALDSON his long established object the taxing of the many for the benefit
coast in a northeasterly extensive Foundry the subscribers restrictions uoou throat.liver mp1a1Dtlt; cal4 head,and. St.
West ad the adjacent very Type of the few or of laying 'Vitus'Dance. .
and the ertreme have formed nrtnerabip for the all
direction from said city, a co- domestic indnstry-and
northern of the County of Monroe purpose of continuing said business,and for Commerce or by the Federal %* The b.thwm be open ]from 9 o'clock

,aa he may deem necessary expedient, the conference of their friends and patrons Government on the right of the States ud .A. M. until 5 P.fDWARD M. GLOVER. '

and advisable, provided the number so appointed ,have removed their establishment to a Ubertiesof the People. Bat whilst. -
in any one year shall not exceed more central part of the city. As it is their the .. our preference for the pnoejSesof AMUN V. SNBLL, ATTORNEY !,,

twelve. intention to keep on hand a good assortment DDaI I the State Rights Party of H2 AND COUNflSLLOR AT ..AWjApaLwAicola "

Sec.2. *Be it further enacted."that such i of the besttype, and to make such the addi trade we shall support that party only so long a. I i, Fkrida,
pilots so appointed, before entering on the and improvements as the taste of they adhere to tbo e pnnc i plw-onr motto "
discharge of their duties as such,shall eacb I,I and the waats of the country require, they

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AMPLE. IS BETTER THAICEPT. iL. ...T".1"
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;, "ny never read Jeremy BenlhanYsT.
the
f. Fallacies," it is known to me 01 -
'I i favored with a I fcymourgh Review.: 1 am u. .. r
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resentativesand'no fallacy of them all better < \

\ condition ofs hung up for the admonition c .6
ous There is none more mischie j
V' ;
our u ap\l\)' and best filled| ,rack of the, largest, ./ .
most the I wor,!proverb-pedlar 1 .

\ following remark lI12plc fc better thanprcc, I

V,' with ant< plea, the invariable su' l
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Y It become3 nt who do not want tofollotgot (

form that this Be ,
you
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could be tie is ><
people a jushe ad :
conciliating
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United States t) :
friend. This dwy a
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t I",; lections independence associrg, sore l?

l( conviction thake a
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true policy of ause
J I\ States could ti ?

deepest regrway,
ii '", tion of the>le for

two countr I could

sure, be g'tnown,
I turn out selves to )
attributing(
comrnissi< For

j forethnEarinking;
assure'than is ;
i to
governor whose
spirit I'' dinate,
make altogether
craub. sure
1 tnayb
i vets than )

'j, roe because } \
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iJ J immediate or bodily harm that we ir' i'4' ::' !'
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'j.' means of this Jack-o'lan tern proverb. ";; .1'.
I' ''J, I fuih in {it is not sufficient leads '' .. I
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t i ':' instant and obvious danger; it is i lit '\f\t ,
the opiate,with which we lull our ,
pnly when the evil" we are warned-t

rr .V is of the moral, kind, or likely to occur 0 at a error.. In-most cases*..it-is.' not even a just out cost.'**-AH*V .. riiLLVI\VAtTY: C0r| -,,-.-...-......--_. u .._...--.:.._
remote ad. the medical practice, has been
rebuke to the adviser; because ten to one Boston, Feb. 15. successfully
In my youth,I read novels there is treated by Mr. Whitlaw, and also in a num
pernicious some dissimilarity of situation or ber of
cases the
t'' t. ,excess. They enfeebled my memory; un. of circumstances, which makes it not expedient CHEAP,VAMTABLEAM>INTERESTING WORK who have adopted by his physicians system. and 22d.surgeons Palsy-
filed my power of attention and habits or for him to do what he It
my proper The Family Physician and GatUeof gradunlly relieves 23d.<< It has provedan
rr of thought ; blunted my zest for history ; nevertheless properly recommends: to an- Hu effectual cure for cancer (in its incipient
dimmed my perception of reasoning i gave other. While I show you your road and man Life. stages) crvefcj piJasscunyPainters' cholic
me the moat illusory ideas of human life shew it with perfect correctness-my own Being a Library of Health and Iljgenie, spinal affections, palpitation of the heart,
s ; my brain with duty or pleasure may call me another eyes, fits, stiff neck.
fantastic visions A passion for I learning, or bid me remain where I am. But way the individual Knowledge, rendered familiar to every nettle rash, jaundice, ulceraticn of tbe
# i and tho timely counsels a sensible friend is : embracing every subject con throat,liver complaints,scald bead, apd St.
1 j adage never an apology for the advised nected with the prevention, treatment, Situs' Dance
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't r subsequently won me so far from this career ., party's neglect of advice: and whensoever and cure of diseases-the qualities of %* The bathwill be open {rom 9 o'clo f <:t.
% ; of dissipation, that I surmounted be attempts to use it as such, his plea, tho' medIcines-their good and ill effects on A. M. until 5 P. M.
some degree its, evil effects and acquired a abstractedly true, is impertinent-is nothing health-the ingredients of secret or pat EDWARD GLOVER.
t moderate solid stock of knowledge; but to to the purpose.. M. ent medicines-the true principles of eat
my dying day t shall feel its cloying, unhinging <' ing and drinking, or eating and drinking
;. to live-domestic cookery- JOHN GEORGE
debilitating influence upon my chemistry ZIRIAX,
S SS mental, constitution, till,even latterly, I, PARLEY'S MAGAZINE. and a great variety of curious valuable,
and
have continued to indulge myself with the'best Circular to Parent,Teachcn.School Committees importance interesting to all know and ledge hitherto,of the highest INFORMS the public ESTABLISHMENT that he has opened
ia
novels as they appeared My weak.. improvemeatof, and all who feel an interest in the from the mass of mankind. hidden this city where the business iscarf&l on in

e D sswtbisrespectunluckilybecameknowaI youth. Contributed to by a number of all its various branches. Bread, Cakes of
I h "a young girl, who seemed tq be f reading IT is not quite a yearwnce Parley's Mag. Physicians.The practising every description, Navy and Pilot Bread.
in my footsteps ; and whom 1 earnestly WM commenced: during that short object of this work is &c. tic are kept constantly on band, fresh
warned of the dangers besetting that path. period the number of subscriber have in.. subject connected with to present every -, by the subscriber. i
"Now, cousin L., how can you talk ao,whcn creased to !OOOO, and the work has receive treatment, which, by its simplicity diseases and and its Key West Nov. 15, [5tfJ
I have seen you devouring the Antiquary ed, every where, the most unqualified ap- spicuity of its details shall enable all per who V. SNELL;A' ORNti

S and Guy dfaneriag, and Patronage, and I I ands probation.of families It Las,, and found while its it way has to entered thous. wish interesting, to be thoroughly and important informed of sciences in this most .[1 AND Apalachicola COUNSKLLORftT, I1mda.Is IA\V

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sin' making the Mercury tehicle '
J IL ,4 6) II information to all clasie of the )

.J tj,we shall at all times endeavor
it to our patrons, regardless of u*
9 J2; >8 //) <"' :ipense, Uic latest Commercial ana
t Il/ 4-y 'I (I' Intelligence, both Foreign ajL'
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x-c ; with as great a variety of Lit-
/1 I d Miscellaneous matter,as our 1im- >
t tfrmit. Our columns will remain
J'I i t-c- <_,' the temperate discussion of any
)7 /7 /1, /0 'U Connected with the public\ good,el-'
all scurrillity and personal spleen.

e ,,. :9 4- s- /11 whatever beneficial will be productive the varied of natural'pcelerinp -

) A-{CS of our Stale, elevating the com
2 2 4 /a ( IL.) a I- J character of our city, or meliurai -
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j moral, social aad political condUp

22D '0 J IJ .!urpeoplewilimeetwithorardent
:... 0 ible support.

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6 l-, SayannabMercul'Jwill published
7 roughonl tile year op a super royal

I It, Seven Dollars per annum, payable
I !mushy in advance. ,

rJ' Mercury for tbocojntry will be pub.0 y
a44 a :o meet the arrangement of the mails,
"" ,J Imes a week at the office of the Sa-
Z t u9t r/L4'C7 I T the Union,delivered it the City, '
) / r /L r Dollars per annum, payable in ad-,
't / or Five at the expiration of six
I i. It will contain all the Intelligence,

1. (t.- ) 46 J ercial, Political, Literary and Mil
.. including advertisements
M 7- + / I otis pub
( 7 I l in the daily,paper.

L ;J I.f / t ertisemcnts will be conspicuously- ,
I I II. in bothseven papers,at 75 cents per squarertcen
6L ,1 7 /.LL., / lines for the first insertion,and

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U I DLE MEDICATED VAPOUR
flBTbe subscriber respectfully ia.

Cli1/L I c.'L 4-a ...e. /# the citizens of expense Key West, established,that be has,

fJ I I ntrned Dattls in a retired part of the

-ysw G I Whitehead street, where be hop.,
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/ t tain a liberal abate of public patron
J 2- Convalescents and strangers resortfag'
*OL* ->t ,#- + -, outh for their health will find great
l !from the use of this celebrated Bath.indertigned .

e,, t I L L t:: ,,, vegetable it also furnisbetj with, thisary
preparations an ute of
LA ) aths. The effects of the Vapour Eattj'
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La -1" I and hence to remove coldness of thjtt
I cl i and feet,and to lessen the determine
/1 I. or flow of the blood to the head. Jd.
11,, J I .r.L d/G-t I
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d- J /I : e- and thereby to relieve '
VL ton of internal inflammation..'Toe
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jy1, J ltyJk + e bas it failed' to cure the 'doloreux.1 ....
j J Z /1 o promote cutaneous eruption, ana
/ /.CA+&4 # osLeobGd, L) ,e diseases of the skis Stb. Tore*
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Ja tp7j? / j I ,Item 6th To promote absorption of .
/ deal effusions. 7th. To relieve diffl-
J -- --1. (J ) of breathing, and hence to cure I astb* I
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t"H .. y._. '-. -, _:. ,..- -,-__ land other diseases of'the' chest'andt '
---- -- -- -S -- Stb. To strengthen 'the stomach, "
impart a tone to the digestive organ,
/rJ/'I J / Cure dyspepsia with'Its consequent di*
a 8tb. To promote the healing of
.lou, and chronic ulcers. 10th. Tore

I(j / r t gouty and rheumatic pain and
3'A..j .: ( ; ...- 1 age from the joints and cure, Lumba*
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< .ti--.1A-' lath R,4c- e regarded as a specific. 13th. The I:'

tI1 Cough. Givesgreat relief. Htb. '
(4' c k 7 5 /VA-vti. -? e/ '; Ieulea. No instant of death has ta- II;I
ai. 1 iace.when the bath has been employed. '
A7 A./.7 1(2 -'c't;{ A"""> To prevent and cure discharges: of I '
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a 'is. I6th. I'o cure acute_ and chronic

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vv V, \ Gout in all its forms, ,in a shorter pert
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iind( also pilotmay wbich
1ts'anti \V'ecked Propertp, offer before'provided, brief synopsis of the principles
office a 18th. The bath has never failed to care the
the
of vessels passing near the Florida at discretion, sue out from overn us in our editorial duties-We are Cholera Morbus. 19tb. Intermittent ",.
an attachment that in (or
court
of the clerk of said Impressed with the belief a govern-
returnable immediately to the said ours.the preservation of the Lib sguesy typhus, and continued, fevers i thf
like
( 'GENTLEMEN friendly to this under. Chambers, ment their bath relieves and cure without the oecet-
thereof on
tAN will please receivestibscript'O and court-nat,or the to vessel the Judge piloted or spoken which erties of intelligence the People mainly and patriotism depends, and the city of blood letting.. SOtti. .Insanity In
virtue
the names to the Editor soon as aga Court or the said Judge in Chambers, shall dissemination of sound political knowledge no case has Mr Whitlaw; failed restoring:
to examine to a sane state,patients put under bis treat '
summarily and without jury proceed them and being actuated by a sin-
I among
J. ATKINSON. into the facts and law of the case, desire to advance the cause pf Stale meat ; and the proprietor of this establishment 1
1, 1834. and decide accordingly to its merits but if cere and Constitutional Liberty,we shall authorized by him to say, that all ,
the said vessel so assisted or spoken, shall I' support Rights the doctrines of the State RightsParty cases of insanity can be cured by his system
not be within the jurisdiction_of the. court, of Georgia as set forth in the \"irginiaaid when there u DO malformation. Slit Hy
---- -- dreadful which
ACT to provide for the appointmentof the said court or Judge in Chambers shall Kentucky Resolutions of -" drophobia. This malady
the rules of to the present time has defied Ile skill oT|
Pilots, and to regulate and on the return of the attachment which were so triumphantly maintainedby up
PiMage at the port of Key West,and for proceed may in like manner, cx-PAaT, and de. and the State of Georgia in 1825-6, aDd 1; the medical practice Us been successfullj
othfer the inestimable treated by>> Mr. Whitlaw, and sliob a number
purposes. cide asswt in perpetuating
accordingly. thereby .
Sec. 1. 'De lt enacted by the Governor Passed Feb: 15,1894.JOHN. and blessings we enjoy under our present of cases by the physicians and aurreoni
and Legislative Council of the Territory of WARREN. form of government and which are who have adopted bit system., ftd.'t'Pwr.It .
after the of Council. gradually tel+ '". 23d. It bts proved
and
Florida, That from passage Pres. Legislative guaranteed unto us,so long as each depart.
this act,the Governor of the said Territory Approved Feb. 15, 18M meat of bet. kept within its legitimatepbere an effectual curt for cancer(in Its Incipient
be and ho is hereby authorised, by and with of action. We are in favor of a stages)error j piluIcurrfJialuteR'cbolic,
the advice and content of said Council,during FOUNDRY construction of the Constitutwn-and spinal affections palp tatio .'oC the heart,
lU annual sessions to appoint such number HTYPE of Mr. RICHARD strict all which bate for their Inflammation of the eyes' fits $[g neck,
of Pilots for the port: and harbor of Key RONALDSON his long established andvery opposed object the to taxing systems of the many for the benefit I nettle rash, jsunaiceulcejtatien of the
\V elt,ad the adjacent coast in a northeasterly I extensive Type Foundry, the subscribers of the few, or of laving restriction upOn throat liver complaint* ;scald bead,and' St. 5
direction from said city, and the extreme I have formed a co-partnership for the domestic industry and shall -Vitas'Dance.
northern limits of the County of Monroe I purpose of continuing said business and for Commerce all encroachment or by the- Federal %* The bath will be open from 9 o'clock

,as he may deem necessary, expedient the convenience of their friends and ratroDS. resist Government on the rights of the States Md .A. M. until'P.M.
.
and advisable provided the number so appointed .baye removed their establishment to a the Ubertieaof the Pecple. But wbiUt we TOWARD GLOVER.flAMU4 ill
in anyone year shall not exceed more central part of the city. As it their our prefeiente for the princlplw V.BNELLTATTORNKt '
express
twelve. intention to keep on hand a good assortment additions of the State Rights Party of Georgia '=LLOR AT AWj 0

Sec. 2. f Beit further enacted.That such of the best type, and to make such of the trade we shall support that party only so nits Apalardioota, lforl44.
pilotsso appointed, before entering on the and improvements as the taste they adhere to those prise l"les.-oar -.,
discharge of their duties as snob,shall each I, au4 the waits of the country require, they



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form you U, who do not want to fo\\\ o<. '{ ::! ,-. .- ."" '" \ '

ing piclun Be the counsel ever scjjl > '. t ?J "-. .

not. inciudiJOjy and expediency of' ., ...... \, ."... "'

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\ coup)) to a T a ith the advise ,. \\ -- ._ > 0 'Ii ,- \ 'r '
. l conciliating. twitted, whh this sap ,, :;s. "'.- :".:), II' t- at,

with anothhc) advised; | party wend: ''>, \ 'u { ,-'it;{')' ,
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twoclefor I! me to travel 1 myself"I..', 'h''''': .,'!'\.... '. \' .. ,:$. 1.tur.n _.
sure I could fill a book with instt a' ", i
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COm3ame! proverb. $ \c
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Iorc, For years I have been a li\) k ,

I to Drinking; not to excess 'tis tmt"0'

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ma dinate, being counselled by nit, p" .." \..'- \ .. .\ J. VI

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, .j 1 I11', I years of shame, terror and nf \ ; ,q... .J \.: .....> Nt t\i .'

which widowhood,and the poor* .; ". ., .
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refuge. \ .
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" schooled. and maintained by this \.4
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I .' headaches and night-mares hayconaequence. ; .,, .. .. t ,

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my experience : "
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friend whom I saw en ... < :: 'c. .
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j '!" ', \ habit in which I was confirmed;M I',.
, ( II i' \ with the accustomed .\\. \0 f,
t me logic .c .. "
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l); saw him tottering to the grave** ,-'.. -,

k, 1)J "' \ an incurable dyspepsia, the frul1) d y .;.. ,...1"; \ s Mt

f. 4 fly'a usual endance, indolent. '\ .. \ c a .. J \ )\'"
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' ,', When a boy I was a famoiisit \ ..;: t \ \::,.1 : ., .. .... ... ,
. treeone'd. ( '.., \ .'> ..... .. ,;; .$' .
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'"i III}I, lad; clumsier than was, going t, I w\ -! .... ., ,_ '"' ,' i ';" _" ''''. xt ,. ., "
; branch. I cautioned l]
a Blender j ,
l would break Did'nt I see yap : 1It ,, "
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smaller limb!"'J
on '
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' ,,R .,1 Another lime, as I and a small* '. .. )',':

rJ ;f.:' \, hunting, he walked over a crec 4)\ .t.-:.., i.\I.4/t"\ / ',
" .', which ,he saw was just able to t b*

' Ij : weight,through rottenness. .a

t:' I. ter not venture," said he to me,, II :. "
, l,I had always heard, example -, ,: ,;; : ,;
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t ; by the breaking of the logy;. : \, '.,,' h": "' .,' ''fI!."'"-
f: water. Being a good swimrmh\ .r i\\p\ ,... ,
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'with a uucking (it was neai4t :..' ,. \
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: ;: all; so that it cost raeaffi'v' :fF, ): \..If. '@,.; h, IV'h fI "

i refit.' for sport. ;:, (,1 ... ...; ,\..

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k i immediate or bodily harm that'.ire' 't''" L ,,.'. ><:h
11 mfSDsofthisJack.o'Jantenfpro' 1 .

5 faith in it is not sufficient to'.W t, .

t .. instant and obvious danger;, it n It ....*--.. 41. # ,.;.. '(' T' I nlnmn .,*'' ."; '''.'<'
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the opiate.with whichvo lull \ "f"",,

'onlv when the evil we are, orarM
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i -: I ,V 18 remote ot- the +tno1'a&kind, or likely to-t,.*.. ....._.- ...u _n-...s.I tI' not dvC1t It'jun' out oo iL'1tGLY: AI.r.CO-; : ....". the* medical[*practice>- J* ,r Las" Uu been i' 'successfully y-- '- ""
period.
'
: rebuke to the adviser; because ten to one Boston, Feb. 15. treated by Mr. Whitlaw, and also ina number
; \ In my youth read novels to a pernicious there is some dissimilarity of situation or of cases by the physicians and surgeons

jl' \;\.:'r.1, ,excess. They enfeebled my memory; unfixed of circumstances, which makes it not expedient CHEAP,VALUABLE\ND INTERESTING WORK who have adopted his system. 22d. Palsy.It .
; # i- I my power of attention and my habitsr or proper for him to do what he The gradunlly relieves. 23d. It has provedan
Family Physician GafUeof Human
; \,r .. of thought ; blunted my rest for history ; nevertheless properly recommends to an- effectual cure for cancer (in its incipient

v dimmed my perception of reasoning ; gave other. While I show you your road and Life. stages) crvefcj pilasscurvyPainten' cholic
:\:: me the moat illusory ideas of human life shew it with perfect own Being a Library of Health and Hygenie, spinal affections, palpitation of the heart,
correctness-my
: and of Popular and General Medical inflammation of the fits stiff .
neck
and character and filled brain eyes
: ; my with duty or pleasure call me another
t may way
l Knowledge, rendered familiar nettle rash
to jaundice, ulceraticn of the
fantastic visions A passion for learning bid remain where I the every
or But
:1 me am. individual: embracingeverj subject con. throat,liver complaints,scald head, and St.
t b tad tho timely counsels of a sensible friend, adage is never an apology for the advised nected with the prevention, treatment, Vitus Dance W

subsequently won me so far from this ca. party's neglect of advice: and whensoever and cure of diseases-the qualities of *** The bath will be open from 9 o'clocl.
tact of dissipation, that I surmounted i ho attempts to use it as such, his plea, tho' medicines-their good and ill effects on A. M. until 5 P.M.
aomQ degree its evil effects, and acquired a abstractedly true, is impertinent-is nothing I health-the ingredients of secret or pat EDWARD GLOVER.

; moderate solid. stock of knowledge; but to to the purpose. M. ent medicines-the true principles of eat _. -
my dying day I shall feel its cloying, trio ) ing and drinking, or eating and drinking
hinging, debilitating influence to t.tve-do.mel lc cookery-cLemistrv_ JOHN GEORGE ZIRIAX
t mental upon my PARLEY'S MAGAZINE. and a great variety of curious, ,valuable,
constitution.
till,even latterly and interesting knowledge the the public that he bas opened
a have continued\ to indulge myself with the! Circular to Parents,Tetchers.ScLool Committee importance to all. and hitherto highest hidden INFORMS ESTABLISHMEN r in

best novels as they appeared, My weakness *, and all who feel an interest in the from the mass of mankind. this city wherr the business is car.d on in

in this rest unluckily became knownto improvement of youth. Contributed to by a number of practising all its various branches Bread, Cakes of

'a" young seemed IQ be (reading IT is Dot quite a yeartince Parley's' in JDY footsteps ; and whom i earnestly) was commepcedduringlhat: short object of this work is to .. &c. KC. are kept constantly: on band, fresh.
i t warned of the dangers besetting that path. period the number of subscribers have in.. subject connected with diseases present and every its- by the subscriber. ,

Mow, cousin L., how can you talk>sowhcn creased to 20,000, and the work has received treatment which, by its simplicity and Key West Nov. 15. [Stf]
per-
I have seen you devouring Antiquary every where, the most unqualified ap.. spicuity of its details, shall enable all who V. SN LL;A'UfORNii
proba on. It bas found its way to thousand wish, to be HAMU
and Guy uaaerw+g, and Patronage, and 1 'I thoroughly informed in this most COUNSELLORT LAW
[r of families, and while it baa entered interesting and important of science Apalachscola, Florida


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-i= &s&A" 4d pl.ati.a, Principles,not men,"r
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} / / imbition'to do and sustain ri bt. ,
& tf sign making tb.el\lercl1r1.au\\cle j jr
} '- '- QI., -.L- v ;i/-t ti-s ...J .information. to all classes of the

>XPuZZCZ ''if, we shall at all times endeavor
; r ; 0--/ .. 0 d- -" IttoClurpatroDIregard.lels.orla.
G p Q "- JH.OC.C. jpense, the latest Commercial and

7 < jL- A Intelligence, both Foreign au4
=* r "99-v >t'C_ jc ; with as great a variety of Lit- t
to s:,,,,, Lta +-*&<** > 7
d Miscellaneous matter, as our lim* ,
!, s J d/ / Qy I .lermit. Our columns! will rcmsinithe
SS _- _? .3 "- tVVC #-W *19S*-* & l e{? c..... temperate discussion of any

{; o: La"Z / s d -6/ all Connected scurrillity with and the public good, ex-;
If; personal spleen.
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c.. a J C* : > ,. __ __ Ir bate ver will b eproductiveohpee-
'xA Bering beneficial the varied natural

... 55 .. :L; L Iws .<_= cJC-t- &-** ges of our State, elevating the com- i
o.II ? / /r6 character of our city, or meliura

5' i y/y i k moral social aad political cond.ti .
. : l-c.c-ot. 44* A STCS:: : t&t::: d.mrpeoplewiUmeetwi\bo..rardent
..> & .ere..4.1. -* st*-* *
/ V ji kblc support.
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a. JJ fit: Savannah Mercury will be published ,
1 i 9'- / Z" rougbont the on a royal
,c-i-/ ,( ; -, -|ItSnenDollanperaoDumpaable year super J

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Q Inually in
.: advance. r
tt Ld.ems Mercury for the country willIe pub
Y ::0 meet the arrangement of the mails,
.. imes a week at the office of the, Sa- i ix'
S} Mercury, and will be sent to all ;
F the Unionordelivered it the City,
i .
v r Dollars per annum, payable in ad.
+ or Five at the expiration of six
I. It will contain all the Intelligence I, .
crcial, Political, Literary and Mil I.

r ,; eons including advertisements, pub :
in the daily, paper. I
ertisemcnts will be conspicuously.in*
' i in both papers,at 75 cents per squaw
Steen lines, for the first insertion,and'

'-_,, ;seven and a half cents,for each sue'
S. T 1" u ____. publication;
/ I communications by mail, must be
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aid.

,IIITLAW'S PATENT VEGETABLE -
t 1.1 : .. MEDICATED VAPOUR.I .

I ., '. :- (IS.-Tbe subscriber respectfully lathe .
citizens of Key West.tbathe baa,
t ionsiderable expense, established tbe
i ncmed Baths in a retired part or the (
In Whitehead street, where he hope* i
4'c s Main a liberal abate of public patron:'

Convalescents and strangers resorting'
f SS: 5 outh for their health will find great (
(from the use of this celebrated Bath. "
>Undersigned is also furnished with the
I nary vegetable preparations in us* of
aths. The effects of the Vapour Bath

i
> To equalize the circulation of the
and beace to remove coldness of this)
i and feet and to lessen the determin
,or flow of the blood to the bead Sd.
remote sweat and re- 't&bJilb lOleDI1enl'lfat.ICJn *
and thereby fo relieve h
ion* of internal! Inflammation., 3d.'To

,.I:'. hah nervous Irritability. ; and in no io*
e bas it failed to cure the1 doloreux..
)I' o promote cutaneous eruption, and: "
,e diseases of the skin. 5th. To re. I
t {the cffectf of Mercury and lead from

.' 'stem 6th; To promote absorption of
seal effusions., 7th. To relieve dif!*

... :. of breathing:, and hence to cure asth'and I Ii
s'!'' other diseales of the chest' and
8th. To strengthen 'the 'stomach.

Impart a tone to the digestive organs,,
cure dyspepsia with'its consequent dies
>. fltb. I'o promote the healing of

.,., ',>, lou, and chronic ulcers 10th. Tore
:
: t.t'
SS '., "
-i '; : gouty and rheumatic pains: and
ings from the joints, and. cure. Lumba I
Siatica, &c.

_The Quincj-the ba b bas never
to relieve it. nth The Croup. It

.5 5; 5 je regarded as a specific. 13th. Tbd
5
54 .S fing Cough. Givesgreatr.llef 14th.
Measles. No instant of death has ta-
'acewhenthebathhubeen employed.
z' To prevent and cute discharge of
i from the lungs, and other internal i
,I. I6tb. To cure acute and chronic
#''r' 4. pmationi,, the bath when judiciously I
.ted" a certain specific .170.--41
-
. _. .. Gout to all its forms. ,In &shorter perf-
1 >* has /
pay muj fniw sancuoneo
Wrecks; 7dWk-Jrp; ; : and; i; offees herein before provided, such pilot a brief synopsis of the principles which shall od of time than any agent hitherto Used--:
reports of vessels passing near the Florida may at discretion, sue out from the of.. MS in our editorial duties-We are 18th. The bath has never failed to cure the
Reef. lice of tbe clerk of said court an attachment govern Impressed with the belief, that in a government Cholera Morbus. 19th. Intermittent, (or ","
the undertaking returnable immediately to the said like ours.tbe preservation of the Lib. agues) typhus, and continued, fevers i tbf
(&-GENTLEMEN friendly to thereof Chambers, their bath relieves and cures without the necessity
court,or to the Judge of the People mainly depends on
and erttes
will please receive subscript'o aga-nst the vessel piloted or spoken, which virtue, intelligence and patriotism, and the of blood letting.. SUta. Insanity. la
forward the names to the Editor as soon as Court or the said Judge in Chambers shall dissemination of sound political knowledge no case has Mr Whitlaw" failed restoring;
possible. summarily and without jury,proceed to examine I among them, and being actuated by a sincere to a sane state,patients put under bis treatment
J. ATKINSON. into tbe facts and law of the case, desire to advance the cause pf State ; and the proprietor of this establishment
October 1, 1834. and decide accordingly to its merits but if Rights and Constitutional Liberty we shall ate authorized by him to say, that all
the said vessel so assisted or spoken, shall the doctrines of the State Rights cases insanity can be cured by his system
not be within the jurisdiction.of the. court. support of Georgia,as set forth in the Virgin- when there is no malformation. Slit fly !
.n Party
AN ACT to provide for the appointmentof the said court or Judge in Chambers sbailand iaai.d Kentucky Resolutions of 1798-99 drophobU. This dreadful malady, which
Pilots, and to regulate the rules of may on the return of the attachment, which were triumphantly maintainedby up to the present time t bu defied the skill oi'the
PiMage at the port of Key West,and for proceed in like manner, EX-PARTI and deride and the State of Georgia in 182S-6, and 7 ; medical practice', bas been successfully '
otufer: purposes.Sec. accordingly. thereby assist in perpetuating the inestimable treated by Mr. Wbitlaw, and aUoioanunv
1. Beit enacted by the Governorand Passed Feb, 15,1834. and blessings we enjoy under our present her of cases by the physicians and sUrjreoDi ,
Legislative Council of the Territory of JOHN WARREN, form of government, and which are who have adopted bu system. 2qd.'Palsy.It .
Florida, That from and after the passage of Pres. Legislative Council. guaranteed unto us,so long as each department gradunllv relives. 23d. It has'proved
this act the Governor of the said Territory Approved Feb. 15,1834. of her is kept within its leitima1espbere' an effectual curt for cancer (in iu incipient
be and bo is hereby authorised by and with of action. We are in t favor of a stages) ervety pilasscurvyPahiter'choUc,
the advice and content of said Council, during TYPE FOUNDRY construction of the Constitution-and spinal affections, palpitation( the heart,
H
it annual sessions,to appoint such number AVING Purchased Mr. RICHARD strict all which have for their Inflammation of the eyes, fits, stiff neck,
to systems
of Pilots for the port and harbor of Key RONALDSON his long established and opposed the taxing of the many for tbe benefit nettle run, jaundiceulce'raticn, of the
West,ad the adjacent coast in a northeasterly very extensive Type Foundry, the subscribers object of the few or of laying restrictions upou throatliver m. Iab1t1;. a14head,and. St.
direction from said city, and the extreme : have formed a co-partnership for the domestic industry and snail 'Vitas'Dance.V .. : ,
northern limit of the County of Mon* purpose of continuing said business,and for Commerce encroachments or by the- Federal The batbwUl. be open from'o'clock
roe,as be may. deem necessary, expedient, the conven-.ence of their friends and patrons resist all on the rights of the States and .A. M. until P. M. I
and advisable provided the number so appointed ,have removed their establishment to a Government the Peeple. Bat whilst we fDWARD GLOVER -.
liberties
in any one year shall not exceed more central part of the city. As it is their the thus our prefeieoce for the principles LIS P. SNELL, ATTORN !f
assortment express
twelve. intention to keep oo band a good Rights Party of Georgia i RAM .
of tbe State COUNSELLOR AT i.AWjAyclathicola
Sec. 2. *Be it further enacted.That such of the best type, and to make sach additions we shall support that party only so long as ; Florida
before the and improvements as the taste of tbe trade motto *
pilots so appointed, entering on adhere to those prigc ll'let.-oaf
discharge of their duties assacbsballeach 1 l.a.o4 the wants of the country require, the, they



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i ous rhapinofallacyrof con< them aliI 1 ; : : ... ....... Jh ... ... ..... ...: \" ..... ..,. "J".A) """ .....\., ...... h ''IitI- .
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1 ". It is not "Cfy and expediency I .. ,. Ji'IIi 1";''.,s;,;. .,,' ..3 ... ... ....- '. ..". ........ .
;. people coso mamr*t-tf. perch' ,." ,' -: ,
conciliate to a T with the advta '" '. ..'h' '" .
with anoOeis twitted with thissajf r !p ; .. *." "--- .... "-
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United S'IC' advised party wendi 1 ..,

i; friend.a9 completely self-saua' ....'" IF '.'\:\ ....' ... ., 1;. ,_._. .' ''..'".'II.. ,.. .. ...., .., 4 ''." ... "'...,-."..... .. ,
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aureole cway for me to travel myself? :: ::",, ,,',. ... '...,:... ;. '-

turf I could fill a book with Inst .. .
attrknown, of people who have i' ':'

ccf. elves to their own 'hurt by rel "' ;:

l fame proverb. 4 R ;\,
to*, For years I have been a 11govJrinking (

; not to excess 'tis tn \ S

spithan is good for me. A sprigl I

m whose thirst appeared likely too \ "

dinate, being counselled by m \ }

1 altogether from strong wate s/ I,

sure resource of those afflicte ,",. "...s ...

propensity-told me uexamp\\ ..,, ,.......
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ti'' than precept? and refused to l h '" ?"',w_..-...,... ,,. '"..,jo".....,..""..._.. ....>>1.1: $' "" 4 '.Ja;,.,,:_ :', ,,, -l'r ...
1 'II I because he could not have the .f ___ _
'ft! lie has since died a sot Th ; \
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,, years of his existence were, ,

'; I years of shame, terror and i ti; \
.: which widowhood, the pool
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a ,welcome refuge. His cfi- 1. \
., ,I schooled and maintained by th/ t s. \ ':.

'If My, appetite is better than ore r

I': i i in truth, too much indulged, at .. ';
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of my woeful experience a S \ '
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t: I,r : young friend, whom I saw e>I' .
; habit in which I was confirmed,
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\;\I'\ t me with the accustomed logy .
1 &c. Seven I
:, example? year* '
.1\ saw him tottering to the graved i '
: incurable the ) iJ ,""
an dyspepsia, fro ; i
t'n 'a usual at endance,

'", When a' boy I was a indoJen'"l) r i J ,, ,.
,I, If; t Perched in a ..: .' -t;. ".t'",' ( .':it;$r.. :,: ": .i ''' ',', ." .' '"
cherry JlI-'': ;f' '
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1, lad, clumsier was ) : ,
I \ '1 11 .. a blender brancb. .1 cautlonedJ, going ) I \ \1 j :) .:-;:'. ", :\ :';:i'''}

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\ would Greak. pid'nt I J ". .
.1.' now r' said be: "and !\ :.t a> ,

further out on a smaller ,; ":. '
.(w bdUer" -but before he could) ,>;

i:1i: "; :, his boughsnapped, and he ; f; : :. ', .\ ,' :
I breaking a leg and ] :/ I
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; ,I bl'the fall. '.t" ,,,,

\it /Another 1 lime, as I and a I) i "

; hunting, he walked over a : :>.
'I.it I which he saw "as just able : ,)
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:t; weight,through rottenness ," "
lit'-' ter not venture," said he to ,;
i "', I had always heard, J'., .
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\ 1 ,I than precept, and following warm"A. :t..;(.
;\ 1, I( ed by the breaking of the : ''''' '',, ':.' '
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I : water. Being a g ood'

: I with a uucking, (it was

I i and with wetting my gut, \ : ;
1i' and all; so that it cost ? : "'.
y refit for sport. { '

b l a It is, not, however: CC)
I immediate or bodily harm )
means of this Jacko'lantern :

; faith tn 1t is not sufficient t
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instant and obvious danger :
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the \ : .,
,. opiate.with which l we : ,">: \
when the ; >,;:
I pnljr evil we are
? is of the moral
kind
\ s' or likely toY. I. _. .' .. ., .
.1 remote period. .w r. wJlw l tlrt'd jU8f' opt c&s,/" w-Lylut;vrzu'1's: CO.*""- Ut" M''* ** "*
the menial tr
't In rebuke to the adviser; because ten to one Boston, Feb. 15. practice, hasT been successfully
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I, 1 I t my youth read novels pernicious there is some dissimilarity o( situation or treated by Mr VVhitlaw, and also in a num
'. :. ,excess. They enfeebled my memory; un of circumstances, which makes it not expedient ber of'cases by the physicians and surgeons
"t fixed my power of attention and my habits or for him CHEAP,VALUABLE.AND INTERESTING WORK who have adopted his system. 22d. Palsy.
do
proper to what he
..1. I' of thought blunted my zest for history ; nevertheless properly The Family Physician and Gazette of Human It gradunlly relieves. 23d. It has proved
dimmod my perception of recommends to an. an effectual cure for cancer (in its incipient
reasoning ; gave other. While I show Life.
road and stages)
you your ,
the ervefcj piIasscurvyPainters' .
me moat illusory ideas of cholic
human life shew it Being a Library of Health
,t ..t'.-5 J!'t! aod character ; end filled brain with perfect correctness-my own and of and and Ilygenie, spinal affections, palpitation of the heart,
Popular
;1 fantastic. visions A my for with duty or pleasure may call me another way Knowledge General Medical inflammation of the eyes, fits, stiff neck..
It k _nd tho passion I learning, or bid me remain where I am. But the individual rendered familiar to every nettle rash, jaundice, ulceraticn of the
; timely counsels a sensible friend, adage is never an apology for the advised nected with: embracing the every subject con throat liver complaints,scald head,apdSt.
'- subsequently won me so far from this career prevention, treatment, Vitus' Dance.
party's of advice
neglect V
and and
: whensoever cure of diseases
-the *
of
dissipation that I qualities of The bathwill
be
surmounted ho from9o'clocl
attempts to use it as such medicines-their open :
his
aomq degree its, evil effects, and acquired a abstractedly plea, tho' health-the good and ill effects on A. M. until 5 P. M.
true is ingredients
impertinent of
moderate nothing secret
or EDWARD
solid stock of pat. GLOVER.
knowledge; but to to the purpose. ent medicines-the true
M. principles of
my dying eta, I shall feel its and eat
cloying, us-- = ing drinking;, or eating aDd drinking
hinging, debilitating influence I to live-domestic
cookery _
upon ray JOHN GEORGE
chemistry
mental constitution, till,even .latterly! PARLEY'S MAGAZINE and a great variety of curious valuable, ZIRIAX, i

have continued to indulge myself with the' Circular to Parents,TeichcnSchool Committees and interesting knowledge,of the highest INFORMS the public that he has opened
S best novels as they and all who importance to all, and hitherto hidden ESTABLISHMENT
appeared feel
j My weak., an interest in the from the io
cess in this respect unluckily became known improvement of youth. mass of mankind. this citj where the bmioeis is card on it

to a young girl, who seemed tq be Jreading is not quite a tince Contributed to by a number of practising all its various branches. Bread, Cakes of
in my footsteps ; and whom 1 IT wa commenced year Parley' Mag. Physicians. every description, Navy and Pilot Bread*.
warned of the earnestly ,during that short The object of this work &c. &c. are kept constantly hand fresh
is on ,
dangers besetting that path. period the number subscribers have in. to present every -, by the subscriber.
"Now, cousin L., how can you talk sowlicn creased to 20,000, and the work has received treatment subject,connected with diseases and its Key West Nov I
15
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which its f5tQ
I have seen you devouring every where the most unqualified j simplicity and per
and Guy Ma1lt1' 1lG. and< Patronage Antiquary, and 1 probation. It bas found its way to thous.ap. spicuity wish to be of its details,shall enable all who Alll ;\ V, SNElL; A' 1t1VFf

ands of families, and while it has entered interesting thoroughly and important informed of sciences in this most .LL AND COUNSELLOR T lAW

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YI / making the Mercuryi vehicleual
C information to all classes of the
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ftl Intelligence, both Foreign au4 ,
- j X 't. I L- tic ; with. great a variety of Lit- ,
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.. ... c, c/- d t(scurrillity and personal spleen..
r-d/ ,'whatever will be productive of
l : d spce
tA4I a.-/ A&/j 2'-h beneficial the varied natural
(7 vo.-. ) ./II of State,
' .... ;area our elevating the comtl I
/ character of our e.I".r meliorate
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t. tour will with ardent
/I'v l people, meet our
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H 0 u.j /1. h st paid.iIITLAW'S. _
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/ PATENT VEGETAft -
f :! BLE MEDICATED VAPOUR
It r 'A THS-. subscriber
: / /..-. f) respectfully
Was! the citizens of Key Westtbatbe ha,
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----- < : lib considerable expense, established the
: i boVe'' ntmed Baths in a retired part of the

/ on Whitehead street where he hopei,
1'p.obtain a liberal share of public patron ';
x Convalescents
stranger resorting'
,
'li- the South for their health will find great

relief from the use of this celebrated Bath.;
-f. ,. The undersigned is
auo furnished with the
,. / Dccemry vegetable preparations in use of, '
,the baths. The effect of the Vapour Bath
0/It j
/ it ; 11f'1T' ,are: I
: 1st To equalize the circulation of the: ,
IJ ; blood, and hence to remove coldness of toft
9. ... 'rI/bands and feet and to lessen the determin
--- < 'I I' ation or flow of the blood to the head. 2d
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,-.":.:'\. ""' ''- _._.,,. _. A. ...,.. '' j .. '.....< ... .. .< *.", To promote sweat and re-establish insensi
: :,::;; '" "" .h,, ---"-'. a.-: .>. -- : I-"... -M<>r r' .. ..... .
'.,,' -- .. -3 -* *7H -" 'IjI.;o ''I. '.j J ". '. ble perspiration and thereby Jo relieve !
." .. .,Itll' : ymptont\ of internal inflammation. 3d. To u''
:" < f diminish nervous irritability t and in no In* i I
'" \,<.", ? .J stance has it JII
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II failed to cure the doloreux';';' I+
I -. ,"- .d>+ ,: .-. ", \' ', "f'> I, 4th. *1 o promote cutaneous eruption, an) t ;
"".1., ,; \' -.,, ,. '. remove :
'. : 1" <.".. 1", '.," t. the of
., "." JtI.f'. ?, .; '\ '' i mOTe effects l\fercurJlLbd lead from
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';- ':" ;. .'# ,,\ \ .' ( ti the system 6th To promote absorption of
,', 'c'. :'; dropsical effusiuoe. 7th. To relieve difficulty ','
of breathing: and hence to cure asth '
mas, and other disease: of 'the: 'cbest"an4 1 :

lungs. 8th. To strengthen 'the stomach/, t
and impart a tone to the digestive organ, 4 I
and cure dyspepsia with'it*consequent -.

: ( order 9th. To promote the healing of

scrofulous and chronic ulcers. 10th. To \
."."P';" j'
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1 if., ;{,"'.:'t'",'" J I remove 'gouty and rheumatic pain an4 !
welling from the joint, and cure Lumba
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It"! ii iiS go, Sciatica, ,tic. '" )I\\ I

lltb. The Quincy-the bath baa never ) |
R. 14 failed to relieve it. 17th The Croup. It i u j

;1i' may be regarded as a specific. 13tb. The ; i
: Hooping Cough. Gbelgre'at r.llef. 14th. }?]
.' 1 The Measles. No instant of death ha ta-
p j ken placewhen tbe bath has been employed

--.<..'- eo ".- .J .. ,... :'J._.....4>- \: .- ,-"r I i. 15th. To prevent and cute discharge of
I. 7 .
/ I blood from the lungs, and other internal
use U"..... '- / I6th., To cure acute and chronic .
-_.]flt 17U\! 1 r us, '" I1LII a; V W That In "... tna ur'UV N..J '1- '"' organs. the bath
I of the t pvper.seat See 9 Be further enacted, for the feelings of those Ye expect to inflammations! when judicious!* '
be taken to obtain the gard medicated i* certain: specific ntb.
pains will the event of any master of a vessel refusingto well as a compliance which time 'To J I'
,as
correct intelligence of his services the amount serve cure Gout in all its form,in a shorter
,. earliest and most pay any pilot for has sanctioned,renders it necessary to give n'i
Wrecks and Wrecked Property, and also offees herein before provided, such pilot brief synopsis of the principles which shall od of time than any agent hitherto tuadri. t '
out from the office a dulie.-We 18th. The bath ha never failed to lure the A ,I
the Florida at discretion, sue in our editorial are
of vessels passing near may QS
reports of tbe clerk of said court an attachment govern impressed with the belief, that in a government Cholera Morbus. 19th. Intermittent (or "," i
Reef. undertaking returnable immediately to the said like oun.tbe preservation of the Lib- ague) typhus, and continued,'fever* i tbf I
th& \
r (}: GENTLEMEN friendly to court,or to the Judge thereof Chambers, erties of tbe People mainly depends on their bath relieves and cure without the o'ce> '
and <
will please receivesubscriplio aga-nst the vessel piloted or spoken, wbich virtue, intelligence and patriotism, and the sity of blood letting. 20tu. ,Inl& itJ. ID
forward the names to the Editor as soon as Court or the said Judge in Chambers, shall dissemination of sound political knowledge no case has Mr.Whitlaw: failed restoring I

possible. summarily and without jury,proceed to examine them, and being actuated by a sincere to a sane state,patient put under bis treat*,
J. ATKINSON. into the facts and law of the case, 1 among desire to advance the cause f f State went ; and the proprietor of this establishment ,

October 1, 1834. and decide accordingly to its merits, but if I Rights and Constitutional Liberty,we shall authorized by'him tri ay, that all '
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the said vessel so assisted or spoken, shallnot support tbe doctrines- of- tae State-" RightsParty case of insanity can be cured by hit system
be within the jurisdiction of the court, of Georgia,as set forth in the Virginia when there t*no malformation., fist Hy
AN ACT to provide for the appointment tbe said court or Judge in Chamber snail and Kentucky Resolutions of 1798-99 Thia dreadful malady, which
cf Pilots, and to regulate the rules of and on the return of the attachment, which were so triumphantly maintained up to the present time ha defied Jbe skill of
Pi Q age at the port of Key West,and for proceed may in like manner, UPARTX.nd decide and tbe State of Georgia in 1825-6, and '7 ; the medical practice, has been successfully
otlSr purposes. accordingly. by thereby assert in perpetuating the inestimable treated by1 Mr. Whitlaw, and alto in a number
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governorand parsed Fcb 15,18:14. and blessing we enjoy under our present of cases by the physicians and surgeon. .
Legislative Council of the Territory of JOHN WARREN, form of government, and which are who'have adopted bit system. 2td."PaUr..
and after the of Council. It .U-ve*. 23d. It ba '
Florida, That from passage Pres. Legislative guaranteed unto us,so long as each depart- IndunU, r proved
this act.the Governor of the said Terntorr Approved Feb. 15, 1834 meat of her u 'kept within its legitimate an effectual cur tnt cancer(in ita incipient f
be and bo is hereby authorised, by and with action. We are in favor of a stage) ene'y pila*..curvy,Pain ten'cholic.
the advice and content of said Council,during HTYPE FOUNDRY Ipbereof construction of the Constitution-and spinal affection, PsJpitaUot: < the beast
iU annual sessions appoint neb number of Mr. RICHARD strict opposed to all system which bate for their .Inflammation of the eyenfit* el($ neck,
of Pilot for the port and harbor of Key RONALDSON his long established and the taxing of the many (of tbe benefit nettle rub japadiceukehtien, of the
coast in a northeasterly extensive Foundry, the subscribers object throat,liter complalebICa14'bei4ad St.
West ajd the adjacent very Type of restriction .
of the few, or laying upon
direction from said city, and the extreme have formed a co-partnership for the shall Vita'Dance. '
domestic indnstryT-and ;
northern limits of the County of Mon 1 purpose of continuing said business,and for i resist Commerce all encroachment or by tbe: Federal %* The bath will be openrum 9 o'clock ).-' '

roe,as he may deem necessary expedient the convenience of their friends and pat Government on the right of the State and .A. M. untilfl P. M.
and advisable, provided the number so appointed rons,have removed their establishment to amore the liberties the People. Bat whilst we EDWARD OLOVgR.JJ II '

in anyone year shall not exceed central part of the city. A assortmentof *it is their thus express our prefeienee for the prmcw AMLIS '. 8NELL, A7TORN

twelve. intention to keep on hand good soda additions pie*of the State Right Party of Georgia AND COUNSELLOR AT JAWjJniLtrAirwLt .
Sec 2. |Be it further enactedThat such the best type, sad to make of the trade we hall support that party only *o long as i l1 ri44I.
pilots so appointed, before entering oo the and improvements as the taste they adhere to those p l"let-oar motto .. pw ,
discharge of their duties as sacb,stall each [l&D4 the wants cf the country require, they < r lf


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ri: Messagepallacies," it is known Catesentati' "

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ous hand no fallacy of them a.Ul br .......... ,. .1,'

'I I our hapu I for the I ad --. .',.
hung moo '
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1 I not inc.ut Be the counsel ever s$ ;!I JI. ,.' .e '\ ", .

: I It is not plcty aDd expediency t. .,. 11:' ,, ._.... > ,r'\ ,- '" 'l"J\<..." ,. : ,
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cponciliatir' oaT "iththeadvisiwith ,.,..1"1': ,
anott1619 twitted with this sap j ....f \ ':. ; : \ \ ,'" j j '' :..
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i'; friend. completely self-sain .. <; .
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1 'I States eke a rood Pointed out byJeepcafinao : J : \ k ""F, 1 \,' f .. \ '.

j ( the board did not rue i 4 ..... .. .A .,
ti6n of ? May I not correctly s si ,\;' :

two covay which is not convert:: .. 1. I ..... .

sure, *]Ie for me to travel myself ......' ..."' } v tw t
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turn I could fill a book with inst 4;'f \ < ,

attrpmown, of people who have d S : i"" I ..
coiselves to their own hurt by reljj :. '' ..,1\ y }. "" : :

forename proverb. ..;' : "-
For I have been 1'" i.h. i 'rgoytJrmkog
to a years a Ify. : '.o.iL
; not to excess 'tis tni \ ,
spirthan good for me. A sprig ;, g, a
thirst tot : ':. \ + ;',,',
nv whose appeared likely \.. 4\\ 1
ct dinate, being counselled by vii : I Ir

'1 altogether from strong waters,\' \" "_,....4.Ji.j.t. ; ....

I, sure resource. of those afilicte '. : ....

'" propensity-told me uexamp\\ .... ... ..... .... ,, w. ,.
.f t"I 'r"1' than precept," and refused to U I ." i -<' 7.. ..-.. .... .,,'.. -- -- ,. -'"'''' > ,, .''''\,,.., \......
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.\\i because he could not have thHe < ,j --' h

'. \ : has since died a sot. Th I 'l a; '.... .' ":;}, .'. h .. !\
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of his existence : ; :
!; were, .
i years of shame terror and t1 ; 4 ; < ; ... l
tt.1rry: ; fl' ,, 'i. >' :,< ,
which widowhood,and the poor J, !r( 4k4' it.e' :-

I. .! a welcome refuge! His chr 1 );;:" i r ,'; '1 .,- ... : '
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schooled : -
and '
J. maintained by thi : ) .
1' I ,My, appetite is better than arc : : '. ':,/',' w.

in truth, too much indulged, ai ,<< :':' ,. { ji" .. '.. \
: headaches and ha' '. '," '{ II
night-mares .. t. : '
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1 consequence. Venturing once;: \ \
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1 young friend, whom I saw ei I II '.". .
; ;i',: habit in which I was confirmed, "- \. \ :
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\. I me with the accustomed logic :.. .'. : .., .... I
\ 1 tec. Seven :
.;, example? years! (
S. 1', saw him tottering to the gravel, ;
I; an iocurable dyspepsia, ) :; :

t, nj'fl usual at endance, indolent! Ii .. r ,{ t 'i

i .! ;0' When a' boy I was a famous j. qt t l' ,. .. ... : ,., ... ._. ..
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I lad clumsier than I ) '! ,
.. was, going, \ : '

[I \ 'I i t a blender branch. I cautioned|) : .1 -' '. ."i, ,.
\t i I : w uld break Did'nt I see : ::,

\ :. 5 I. row f said he: "and there ys\!\' \1 7:' '. ,1 : ,

i further out on a smaller limb! L I VV. '. ,, :

i, !t tocrw-but beforehecouldehtt. ;. .:'.;:" ;:'iip,'
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IIi i., his bough snapped, and he feUM (; : ". ;4 '

0_ b leg and disJocat'.f; ;,.t- .
t 1,,: tt kinfaa ; .{ :. ,.
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I by ;: :
lot ,
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!. hunting, he walked over a creek, ., ;.. ,
V tl t ,; which ,he saw *'asjllst able to 1 1tl to << '.\. I .) '

:II',; weight,through rottenness T : ,

\ ter not venture," said he to a'S: ;

. .' ; I had always heard, example; S .... ,. u'

i than precept; and following him fi4 .,. ,

ed by the breaking of the lo$, l ',':

t:, water Being a good swimme!'lf .', 4 -:-;'" ': ,

i with a uuckiug, (it was near'f, :; \ ," "/ :"::::'"'' ,
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end with welting my gui toe. \');' ,. ,I".; .,'1< :','':;.!$fir"h. .,, .' =->-...,.Jt'M .
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I and alit so that it cost me, .\. .. .;,a'Y', r: \: I.r:, : ;':;l...... "": '< .
for '* '" ,- ", "" ,i.'''"
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; raf ans orthISJack*o'lanterti pro\r' )

jq c' faith u\it is not sufficient to'li t. :

ti I4 o ., instant and B -f L, .1 ..1.'M.'f. III J ': L 1
the ,&\ bthViouhs'chdangerl.iltli -L_ iS'''''''', .:t' -: ,
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:: ".Wl 4 1-. ciin'' (Y J _-,-"EL; ;.'" ". I
'only when tbe warrj
4 I _evil we are,

,, ot tbe moral kind, or likely tov,,. ... .
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VAS' out cos,
remote -- uo even tf"'Jusr'rebuke .v..r-Ju1.Jr'"WJU'I' *'
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the I practice i teen 'f
L : to tho adviser; because ten to one Boston, Feb. 15.GUE..tP ,has successfully 1
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t In my youth,I read novels there treated by Mr. Whitlaw
.t to pernicious I is some dissimilarity of situation or and also in a num-
t:\ I ,excess. They enfeebleJ ber of cases by the
l i. i my memory; un. of circumstances, which makes it not expedient pb/sicians and surgeons
filed my power of attention v ALUABLE\ND INTERESTING who have adopted his 22d.
and habits : WORK system. Palsy.
I or for
i my him do what
proper to he It
m of thought ; blunted my zest for history ; nevertheless properly The Family Physician and Gazette of flu gradunlly relieves. 23d. It has proved
': ; recommends to an an effectual
cure for
dimmed of cancer (in its incipient
my perception man
\ Life.
; reasoning ; gave other. While I show you your road and stages) ervefcj pilas.scurvyPainters'cLolicr
me the most illusory ideas of human life shew Being a Library of Health
it with and
ii1t perfect Ilygenie, spinal affections
,
. own palpitation of
; correctness-my the heart,
\ .. and chancier and filled and of
; brain Popular and General
with
my duty or pleasure call another Medical inflammation of the fits
i\i + fantastic visions may me way eyes, stiff neck.
A Knowledge rendered
passion for learning, or bid remain familiar to nettle rash, jaundice
a k 1' me where I am. But the individual every ulceration of the
and tho timely) counsels a senniblo friend : embracing every subject con throatlivercomplaintsscald
adage is nrrer an apology for tbe advisedpart"a nected with the head, and St
subsequently won me so far from this career neglect of advice and prevention, treatment, Vitus' Dance. V
and
: whensoever of
cure diseases-the
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of dissipation that I qualities of The bath will be from
surmounted.in he open 9 o'clock.
attempts to use it as such medicines their
his -
tho'
plea good and ill A.
soma degree its evil effects and effects on M. until P. M.
1 acquired a abstractedly I true,. is impertinent-is noth health-the ingredients of secret
moderate or EDWARD
solid stock of knowledge; but to ing to thepurpose M. ent medicines-the true principles of eat pat .... GLOVER.
tnydyingdiy t shall feel its cloying, unhinging ing and drinking, or eating aDd
drinking
& U debilitating influence to live-domestic
upon my' cookery-chemistry_ JOHN GEORGE ZIRIAX
mental constitution till PARLEY'S MAGAZINE. and a great variety of
f curious
: ,even latterly! valuable,
1"1\ have continued to indulge myself with the Circular to Parent*,Teicbers,School Com and interesting knowledge,of the highest INFORMS the public that he has opened
importance
best novels as they mittee, aod all who to all, and hitherto hidden ESTABLISHMENT
appeared. My weak., feel an interest in the from the io
j
) ness in this respect unluckily became known improvement of youth mass of mankind. this city wherr the business iscar OCd on in

to a young girl, who seemed to be is not Contributed to by a Dumber of practising >all its various branches. Bread, Cakes of
treading quite a since '
in my footsteps ; and whom 1 : IT WM commenced year Parle, Mag Physicians.The every description, Navy and Pilot Bread.
arnestly ,during &c. &
t 'warned of the danger besetting that path. period the number subscribers that have short in object of this work is to present every -. by the 0.subscriber.are kept constantly: on band, fresb

"Now, cousin L.,how can you talk aot, tCn creased to !OOOO, aDd the work has receiv treatment subject connected which: with diseases and its Key West, Nov. J5 i
by its [5tQAMU.W.
I have ed, where, the most simplicity and
seen you devouring the Antiquary every unqualified per-
spicuity its
I probatioo. It bas found ap- details, shall enable all who .
and its SNELLPATjtoKNlft
to thous wish
Guy Maerigt> Patronage, and 1 way to be thoroughly
ands of informed in this
families, and while it baa entered interesting and important most AND COUNSELOR&T lAW
sciences
Apalachicola, Florida.'l .


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# J VV'(/ t4 \/' -, tfIjr A .. expense, the latest Commercial ana

al InteUigence, both Foreign and
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t.f. z-'L / (permit. Our columns will remain

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tf l_ connected with the public good, ex-
all scurrillity and personal spleen.: r
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ages of our State, elevating the comal .
1, Jr a.L J /6 t1ul. J:;It V/I''Lw / character of our city, or meliura- '
,,,, tu I tie; moral social aad political condi-

f urpeopleilImeetwhbo'
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; Mercury, and will be sent to all
: J iof, the' Union,or delivered it the City, '
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,: t. "X ths. It will contain all the Intelligence, i
7- ', r/J---v imercial, Political, and Mil !
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,i ,ftL / f; j/k' >./*.**> IIITLAW'S PATENT VEGETAfT -
L.;r -L/ li&j b. b. DLE MEDICATED VAPOUR ,'
ATHS'fbelublcriber respectfully*
c/ t/ /: fa 7 4
.2' ','2L. vZ w&i y\ -C1-: C//G :ith considerable expense, established the !
j ,hove named Baths in a retired part of the !
C. I d / lit on Whitebead street where be hope
,;/' c. (fJa., 'I. ... &&&&''* V; }obtain a liberal share of public patron, .': I

age. Convalescents and strangers resorting ,
ld / r 9 irl'V / H. the South for their health will find greatrelief 1 i
/:2..A1b: / bIJ J' tG/- from the use of tbllcfleb..ted Bath.
The undersigned is also furnished with the '

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c2 f o J "' a..d., /ft tbe baths. The effects of the Vapour Bath

1/ / are- ,
1/A'1 9d'J ': .---': 1st. To equalize the circulation of the ,
I.JCA" III /1 ; (j/fjJ&E v JtCl I. ;blood, and hence to remove coldness of thj#
bands and feet and to lessen the detennin

AU J.o9 !*:" *. ').* .!, ;iation or flow of tho blood to the head. Sd.
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\ To promote sweat and re-establish insensible
;. :" 4&&L perspiratiun, and thereby to relieve

d'c-d 7 J J .. '.oT ,444'I 'I f:; .,k, syniptont of internal inflammation. 3d. To I II
(j?44 o&i Z /1 : : :I I diminish nervous irritability ; and in no instance
has it failed to cure the doloreux....

/ : 6V 4th. 1 o promote cutaneous eruption, an)
: vr I \I Jt.U /{ remove diseases of the skin. 5th. To remote

f the effects of Mercury and lead from

: 3 the system 6th To promote absorption of
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.L'j1 (f t fi dropsical effusions. 7th. To relieve difficulty
of breathing, and hence to cure Mth j

Lj/a.4v .Jsi/ Jtll ,,b mas, and other diseases of the' ; chest'' s and
lungs. 8th. To strengthen 'the stomach'
and impart atone to the digestive organs, V '
f. JL.Ar Jj and cure dyspepsia witb'ita dis
consequent t
d.-CL.-4 ,11--, ,
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scrofulous and chronic ulcers. 10th. To I,

: / Wi remove gouty and rheumatic pains ;rod l
r 1 tr swellings from the joints, and cure Lumbago '

F- ;,. I Sciatica,ftc. .
I lltbThe the bath has ;
.,', \i '\ '> -c >..,. Quincy- never
'f.-iR"I .> failed to relieve it. ltu The Croup. It k
>\''' ; may be regarded as a specific. 13th. The

: : Hooping Cough. Gives great relief. 14tb. 1
141( Jjp"I"r. ,, The Measles. No instant of death barf taken

lf1 z fl '-_ : li.. : place.when the bath has been employed. :,
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I j1! ; t 15th. To prevent and cute discharge of .o,
IT c; :J ) V *.; blood from the lungs, and other internal
.
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a I6tb. core acute. and chronic
I /. ... .iV.ui..__.... ...,.< 't. d- organs. To
n llltt the bath when judiciouslf
U"uwr..0 } : I inflammations
ule& M -1..I. ywjsMaaty g '. :
That"n
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JWWWt ? ; to
those expect
WBBBBS
of e
I nofthep.'lperr-- ; Sec 9 Be further gard for the feelings medicated is a certain specific 17th, To 1
pains will be taken to obtain theI the event ofany master of a vessel refusingto lerve.as well as a compliance which time cure'Gout in all its forms,in a shorter period I

earliest and most correct intelligence of pay any pilot for his services the amount bas sanctioned,render it necessary which to shall give of time than any agent hitherto Osedv:' 1
aDd Wrecked Property, and also offees herein before provided, need pilot a brief synopsis of the PftacW 18th. The bath has never failed tc tare the
Wrecks the office dirties-We are
discretion, sue out from us in our editorial Cholera Morbus. 10th. Intermittent x",
the Florida at govern (or
near may
of veaselspassing attachment belief that in a
reports said court an with the govern- '
clerk of and continued ,
of the said impressed of the Liberties agues) tpbus, fever i tbf
the
Reef. returnable immediately to meot like ours.the preservation bath relieves and cure without the necessity
under.taking
their
0: 7"GENTLEMEN friendly to the court,or to the Judge thereof Chambers which, of the People mainly depends on and the of blood letting. 20tli. ,Insanity. la t
and
I will please receivesubscript'o against the vessel piloted or spoken, shall virtue, intelligence and patriotism, no case has Mr.Whitlaw failed in restoring i I
forward the names to the Editor soon ns Court or the said Judge in Chambers, dissemination of sound political knowledge.m- to a sane state,patient put under bis treat
to examine actuated a
without jury,proceed them, and being by ,
possible. summarily and among State went ; and the proprietor of this Establishment j
facts and law of the case, to advance the cause pf all 1 :
J. ATKINSON. into the if shall authorized by him to say, that .
its merits but Rights Constitutional Liberty,we
decide accordingly to and of can be cured his system
1834. and cases insanity by .
October 1, shall doctrines of the State RightsParty
the said vessel so assisted or spoken court, support the in the \-irgiaia when there is no malformation. Slit Hydrophobia. 'r.
forth
--- of the of Georgia,a.set
not be within the jurisdiction This dreadful malady, which
shall of 1798.99and
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AN ACT tg provide for the appointment the said court or Judge in Chambers and Kentucky Resolutions maintained up to the present time has defied the skill of
and to regulate the rules ot and may on the return of the attachment. which were so triumphantly the medical practice, das been succetsfuUf
PiSie of Key West,and for r.x-U&TJ:. and decide State of Georgia in 18-6and J ;
and
at the port proceed in like manner, b- the the inestimable treated by Mr. Whitlaw, aUoiatnuiBf
oUar purposes. accordingly and thereby assist in perpetuating -- ber of cases by the pb/sicians and :tweet n. .
Sec 1. Belt enacted by the Governor Passed Feb, 15,1834. blessings we enjoy nnoer onr pres. who have adopted bw system. 4d.''"Palsr.
and Legislative Council: of the Territory of JOHN WARREN. form of government, and which are gradunlly relieves. 23d. ,It Pa proved
Florida, That from and after the passage of Pres. Legislative Council. Guaranteed unto us.so long u each depart. an effectual cure!rat cancer(in Incipient +
of the said Feb. 15.1834H of bet ss kept within Us legitimate pUaMcurvyPainters'cholic
this act.the Governor Temjjj Approved went ftvor of stages) cries ,
be and ho is hereby authoriled, by JJ. sphere of action. We are in m spinal affections, palpitation/of: ,the heart,
Council, TYPE FOUNDRY of the Constitutionppposed --*
the advice and conentohaid RICHARD strict construction tber .inflammation of,the Pfett.fitl. stint neck,
to appoint Incb number AVING Purchwedof Mr. to all system which bate for rash, ndieeulceraticd ,
iog Il.aonual letlionl, : established and nettle Ja of the
and harbor of Key RONALDSON his long the taxing of the many for the benefiof I '
of Pilots for the port the *". object throat liver com lMtsleatd'bead and. St.
restriction uooo
West ad the adjacent coast in a northeasterly very extensive Type Foundry JJ0 the the few, ofof i Vitas'Dance.. *
dir ttoa from said city and the ex ben have formed co- rtnenbip,and or, forSbYconven.ence Commerce or domestic i d strj-aDd Federal Iball I! e** The bath will be open from 9 o'clock ,r
said business, the
of Monroe of continuing encroachment by '
treme northern limit of the County and pat- resist all / aDd ,A. M. until5 P.M.
friends States
expedient, of their on the right the PLOVER- N
Government EDWARD
,as he may deem necessary to a wethus
establishmeDt I twbiU
number so have removed their tbePe.ple. ,
libertieaof
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appointed
the
advisable provided the
and
shall not exceed Sore central part of the lyAlit u their our preference for the prioci- UN V. KNELL, ATTORNKt
twelve. in any ODe year intention to keep oa \A.rood assortmeat pIes of express the State 1\ICt.tll'uty 01 Georgia. HAM COUNSELLOR AT ? AWJApaZ4c4icOZakYorida
aDd to snake such additionand only 10 toot at
beat that party
such of the type shall auppot
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Sec.2. |Be it further enacted.That u the taste of the trade we thole pAAci".d-oat motto IIJ
before entering on the improvements they adhere to I
pilots so appointed require they
of the country
wants
.ban each ,.nd the
discharge of their duties as.neb, r



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tlon.J q May I not correctly I. .

two which it is not ,.
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consequence. Venturing oncoj .. '. '

.II' I.v/j I of my woeful friend experience whom 1 to t v\\ Y; '\-Af.h; ."... ',1'. ,_ ", ';, : \ "

young saw c \ .
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11 example?fac. Seven yean : tp, 11

!I', saw him tottering to tbe graved \ ... .

i an incurable dyspepsia, the fro! I .t' \, .... .\.. ..".. j"' ".."'-\.J'""'.. \ i .,".. '\

ny'a usual at endancc
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When a boy I was a .
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Perched in '
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one dl| \ \ .
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a slender branch. 1 cautioned, y', .., ..l, !'. ..., .' \. : -, ..,.:\ ';. ). # "'< '.
would break. Did'nt I I see y'] t -J.' "
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now f said he: "and there ; it,.
yi I ) 1" ,.. ,
further out on a smaller limb! U i w ''" '!!' '. ; ..... a\.... % \ .. "u."
I k '., .. ;. .:
better"-but ,
before he could enc : ..o' {# ... r' '>
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bough snapped, and he fell k f L.. I :'f.;:" ;,.,. % w ,
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t which .he saw ryas just able btweight ?, .'"' .. 7 J'
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4 ; : : > .I 'M.ft.'tjt ; ;" ... ';M t.j1) ... ':,
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rottenness.
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ter not venture"said he to me, 1 : : .' c' ;;:.. "'l, : :... : ... .' t \

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ed ; .
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water. .tf" .1 : -
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a good ;
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and all .5 tJ '
that it "
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for '
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sport. ) \ ; 1
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f't !'It is. not, however, common.i ,?#. :' ,' .. _-' .. .... t.. .\ .-,-,:,.',I',', t: {-to : ,.b.' ;It, ...".

I ;h immediate or bodily harm that'-W ; )" '. ..

+ mwns of this Jacks'/an/ tern-provt: : .\to <" J i '-. 1 I T 1.r17. "'- JOlt -.. ,- r L .1 \ ,. '_,

R fxiih in it is not luftleienltd'i.
'T
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.' instant the and obvious danger Jt r ,t'. t ".. '_ _. .11 ,. .._ ..L,., .... .': ._ ___ .. ,_ _
opiate.with
lull .
.. whichVe i-, ... 1 -. l \-" ''' ,.,.- ,. m ''dI14 (J. I J ; ; "
j
nly when the :J"" "
f evil we are. ..
t is of the warm 'iJ.0' .: ... .
worol kind '
r to'
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remote period. .
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4 In my youth, 1 read novels to a pernicious' .tuu0to there is tin ttotmser; because'ten to Tf1 one Boston'Feb.r.-15. .yn.p '*. ..1- vv.1W ., the medicarpraetice:has'b ee i '

j ,excess. some dissimilarity of treated successfully
They enfeebled situation or by Mr. Whitlaw
: and
my lUemory; un. of circumstances alsoinanuzu-
fixed which makes ber of
,, my power of attention and habits it not ex CHEAP cases by the pb/sicians and
,
of my pedient or for him VALUABLEANDI.\TEKESTIXC who have surgeons
thought blunted proper to do what he WORK adopted hIs
my zest for The system. 22d. Palsy.
dunmed my perception oC history : nevertheless properly recommends> to an- Family Physician and Gazette of Human gradunlly relieves. 23d. It has proved
, We the reasoning i gave other. While I show Life. an effectual cure for cancer
most illusory ideas of human I you your road and (in its incipient
and life shew it with perfect Being a Library stages) ervek* pia3scurvy! ,
character end of Health Painters'cholicr
{ filled correctness-my own and
bn.ill Uygenie spinal
my affections
t S fantastic with dutyor pleasure call and of Popular and palpitation of the heart
visions A passion for may me another way General Medical inflammation ,
b .nd tho timely counselsof sensible learning or bid me remain where I am. But the Knowledge, rendered familiar to nettle rash of the eyes, fits, stiff neck
every
; friend individual jaundice
adage : embracingeverj ulceraticn of the
never an apology for subject
aubsoquentljr won me so far from this the advised nected with the con- throatlivercomplaintsscald
wet! of ca. party's neglect of advice prevention, treatment Vitus beadapdSt.
dissipation, that I surmounted he : and whensoever and cure of diseases-the Dance. f*

soma degree ita evil effects, and acquired attempts 10 use it as such, his plea, tho' medicines-their good and ill qualities of *.* The bath will be open from o'clocl.

moderate solid stock of knowledge tJ abstractedly true, is impertinent noth- health-tbe ingredients of effects on A. M. until P. M.

D1Y dying dsy I shall feel its ing to the purpose. M. ent medicines-the true secret or pat EDWARD GLOVER.
cloying, am- principles of eat I ....
hinging, debilitating influence =- ing and drinking, or eating and II I
to drinking
upon
my live-domestic

hare mental co constitution.tinned till, even latterly, PARLEY'S MAGAZINE. and a great variety cookery-chemistry curious JOHN GEORGE ZIRIAX
to
Indulge myself with the Circular and valuable,
to Parents interesting
best novels TeachenSchool knowfedgeofthe
this IS they appeared, My weak--, mittees, and all who feel an interest Com importance to all, aDd hitherto highest INFORMS the public that he has opened
cess an in the hidden
respect unluckily improvement from the ESTABLISHMENT
mass
becvmeknown of youth. of mankind. this ia
to a young girl, who seemed Contributed city wherr the business iscarlWd
in
10 be to on
is by .flits
in .jr0adiog IT not quite a year since a number of various branches.
footsteps practising Bread
a lUy and whom 1 Parlej Mag- Phyt ciaDi. Cakes of
+ vvarnedof the dangers earnestly WM commenced, during that ahurt The every description, Navy and Pilot Bread.
besetting &c. &c.
the
that period object of this
number are
path work is kept
subscribers
"Now, cousin L. how hue increased to present eve-. constantly on hand, fresh
can you talk so,1Vhcn to 20,000, and the work has subject connected with diseases by the subscriber.
and
received i its
I have seen you devouring Antigyar j every where, the most unqualified treatment which, by ita simplicity and Key West, Nov. 15, [Stf)
and Grry probation. It Las ap spicuity of its details per _
Jlaetvg and
found its shall
Patronage
and 1 way to thous enable all who
ands of families, and while it bas entered wish, to be thoroughly informed in this most HAMU.\1 V. SNELL, ATlTOKKKl

interesting and important of sciences. COUN'SKLLOR LAW

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l 'ecome bound in an obligation wit I;+one or I, (latter themselves that this establishmentwill beilJi *.

[IE ENQUIRER. more good amt ,iiffloinntemrftiM, to he merit a largo sham of patronage. They and our emp&aticaUy ambition to do Priaciples and sustain, not men rt ht.
'I
approved of by the board of waruVn, ora have now several fonts on l oandvwhich A* we design the vehicle
making Mercury a
majority ofthemfortthepert and harbor a- I bit furnished at a few hour notice, and are if gene( +"iafermatico to all classes of the

EDITED AND PUBLISHED foresaw, in the ,turn of on* thousand dollar, I prepared to maUa (ont at' all weights and I ecnunnmtv, we vfcall at aU times endeavor

conditioned far the faithful, diligent, and sties, from Part to 22 line Pica ihcuiifingaffTcat t to present ta oar
Y patrons regardless of la*
J.ATKINSON. able performance of their dutiM which bond variety af Ornamental Letter. borer expense, the latest Commercial and

when executed shall immediately he placedon Their :assnrtmentaf! and Dashes, erase Political Iatefige5e both
audi
RMS.-Five Dollars per annum. file in th office of the Clerk of the dupe Rule, and other ornaments> will ft* found to Domestic ; with as Foreign of Lit
treat a variety
IVERTISEMENTS: inserted at the rate of rior Court ofiaiif Countyat the proper coat be very extensive of which specimens will ; eiiry and Mi celaac.Qia matter,as our Urn*
of such pilot. be forwarded or Printer a. a* they to will -
Dollar :and Fifty Cents per square, for I soon permit. Our columns will remaifli
irst insertion and Seventv-Five Cents can be prepared. open to the temperate
discussion
of
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That in any
Printing Presses of dascrrptnon: subject
ach subsequent continuance.the emery connected th
public good eXcftidiflf -
any event of the unfairMilnew: insobriety Printing Ink af the mnatapprnved naalitie, all scvmUity and ,

criminal neirliir-no.ft of any pilot, hA shall Composing Stictta, Bras Gatte-jIaipoiriaj la in..whatever win be productive p-nooil spleen.:

information of Mariners generally, upon the petition o(a.o1'\Venty respectable Stones, Cases, Paper' amt Press" Boards, i dily rendering beneficial the of spee

e have procured from the Collector the citizens of said: city.or of i majority of the Standing Presses, Furniture, tag' tft lei witha advantages M'I' State varied natural
Mowing) schedule of the situation of the said board of vrinfsn eievatiog the com
*n appointed td tie -complete assortment af ail: arfioi need menial character of
igbt Houses along the Florida shore Governor to that fccthe removed from o1 our city, or meliura
in a. Printing es will 6. kwpt caaataatty riwf the moral. social ud
putitical condi
der his superintence, fice.and may hesaies he proceeded :
againsthy! on hand. tins at our people,.will meet nitbo.ardent
APE FLORIDA LIGHT.-Stationary indictment, as in ordinary cases of mudemeanor I 3mad, fonts, suitiMe far Boak-oiatfen and humble support.

tuated on the South side of Key Bis- ,and on ccovKtuto, fined in a sum in gnat variety may be had when caned

e, about 400 Yards from the beach.- not exceeding one: thocmnd dollars, to be for." 105DIT1ONS.Tk .

Light may be considered 70 feet above assessed by a jury and shall moreover he Orders rum all para of the Union will bi. Saraana& Mtrcury will be published

level of the sea, distant from the gulf liable to a suit on behalf of any party ag rived I promptly and moat carefully: attended to, daily tirctjjinwf tie year,on a super royal

am about miles. Vessels drawing 10 ,on the bond so as hereinbefore provided, t and paruculorty ta suTefyio wars fcr aft sheet Seven Dollar per annum, payable

may approach within 2 1-2 miles of 'be to be executed by him. II fonts furnished bf their pndft IcJn. Bin Minr-aaoually ta advance.


tLat.. 25 47 N-Long. 80 42 W.IGH' ny ii. RdoaMwa,and Richard Kaaaliica.Stereotjpia The Mercnrv for tic
Sec 4. Beit further enacted,That if any : country win be pub .
a ill its bra nehea,executed lathed
SHIP FLORIDA lituatedCarysford' toneet tie
such have been arrangement of Ute
: as mail
person except may appointed -
by L. Johnson,:as rctcfiire. three times
Reef near the site of the as aforesaid,and have complied with week at the office of tie Sa
one, in Lai. 25 08 N.Long. 8027 \V.is alltbeconditions specified in the second section JOHNS El t SMITH. raacib Mercury and will be sent to all

|' easily distinguished, as two distinct I of this act hall charge any compenaantion : I No. 6. Geore St. Philadelphia, 1833.: parts of tie Union,or delivered it the City,

'is arc shown, which can generally beat services he may perform as pilot,be i rr Publishers of Newtpmpenwbo insert at Four Dollars per annum, payable in ad.

i the distance of 12 mile Its obis shall) bedoemed guilty of high misdemeanor, this advertisement, and forward a paper vance, or Five at the expiration of six
containing it to J. & 8. win be entitled to months. It
to warn vessels from the dangerous and on conviction thereof, shall be fined in will contain all the Intelligence
btfts and shoals near which it is placed. alum not exceeding treble the amount of $3 payable in settlement of their accounts Commercial Political, Literary and Mil
when their bills amount to not less thin 10. cellaoeous
JkEY} WEST LIGHT-Stands on the compensation received by him to be asses $ including advertisements, pub
J.kS. lished in tbe
t Point of the Island of Key West, sed by jury ; provided that this act shall daily paper.

tin Lat. 2433 1-2 N.-Long.81 52 1-2 not be held to extend to the master or mariner R E. WHITE" WILLIAM IIAGAR, Advertisements will be conspicuously In.

; erected for the purpose of guiding ves- of any licensed wrecking vessel on ESPFCTFULLY Inform the Printers serted in both papers,at 75 cents per square

S. when entering the harbor ; the direc- he Florida Reef.on board of any such wrecking of the United States, to whom they hue of fourteen lines, for the first insertion,and

ions' for which arc as follows : Bring the vessel,or on board of any vessel which loop been individually known as established thirty-seven and a half cents,for each sueceeding *..

sghlto bear N. N. W. and the Sand Key has been cast away, unless sucb vessel Letter Founders, that they have now form. publication.All .

Laght. to bear W. S. W. and you cross the so cast away has been spoken by a regular ed a co-partnenbip in said business, and communications by mail must be>

>ef in about 5 fathoms water; run for Key pilot, at least six miles from the light houseon Lope from their united skill and experience, post paid.

est Light until within two miles, then the Island of Key West. to be able to give full satisfaction to all who UTHITLAW'S PATENT VEGETA v

er N. W. until you open Flceming's Key Sec. 5. De it further enacted, That all may favor them with orders. "V BLE MFDICATED VAPOUR

[which is a Mangrove Island in the north. suit and prosecutions provided for in this The introduction of machinery in place BATHS.-Tbe subscriber respectfully

part of the harbor, and then run for it. act,shall be had in the Superior Court of of the tedious and unhealthy practice of forms the citizens of Key W'It,that he bas

best anchorage is in the upper part of the County aforesaid or before the Judge casting type by hand long desideratum by with considerable expense, established tbe,

harbor. Height of the Light Housem thereof in Chambers. the Eurepean and American Founders,was, above nursed Baths in a retired part of the

the level of the sea, 83 feet 6 inches. Sec. 6. Be it further enacted That the by American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure city on Whitehead street, where be Lapel f

Sirht Stationarr. following fees and rates of pilotage be allowed of time and money,on the part of our to obtain a liberal share of public patron*'

SAND KEY LIGHT-Revolving once I to each and every pilot, first for piloting senior partner, first successfully accomplish age. Convalescents and strangers d
It is the best the I ed. Extensive use of the machine cast let. the South for relorUnl'l
54 seconds. light on and conducting a ship or vessel in or out, their health will find great
Da A} S.V. by S. from Key West Light. ove any partof the Florida Pcef. Second ter, has fully tested and established its superiority relief from the use of this celebrated tiath.

lSr.r-24 26 N-Long- 31 57 W., situated ly from any part of the said Reef to the portof in every particular, over that cut The undersigned is also furnished wjth the

Urectly on the Reef. The Light 70 feet Key West.or to Indian Keg or tbirdly by tbe old process. necessary vegetable preparations in use of
love the sca"fORTUGAS through either of channels leading into The Letter Foundry business will here- the baths. The effects of the Vapour Bath
LIGHT after be carried on by the parties before are:-
-Stationary-on the port or harbor of Key West aforesaid,
.;be of the Dry Tortiigas Islands, near the to wit. for every foot of water which such named under the firm of White,Higar&co. 1st To equalize the circulation of the

"estern extremity of the Reef, in Lat. 24 ship or vessel may draw, the sum of two dollars Their specimen exhibits a complete series blood, and hence to remove coldness of tb ,
1 N.-Long. 83 10 W. and for every day for which such pilot from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. Tbe Book hands and feet, and to lessen the deternin+ ,
and News type being in the most modern ationorflow of the blood *
board
Inch
may be detained or employed on to the head. !d.
PROPOSALS'FOR ship or vessel, the further sum of twodol- light and style. To promote sweat and re-establish insensi
lars. White, Hagar & Co are agents for the ble perspiration, and thereby to
relieve
PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST sale of the Smith and' Rust Printing Presses symptom of internal inflammation.
Sec. 7. De it further enacted,That-every which h cin furnish to their custom diminish nervous irritability 3d. To

i k A NEWSPAPERTo vessel bound either to Indian Key or tq Kef en at the qjyoiJactqrer'i! prices. Chases, stance has it failed to cure the; and doloreux-in no in

EC ENTITLED THE West except a licensed wrecking vZssef, Cases; Composition Sticks, Ink and every 4th. 1 o promote cutaneous "
eruption
and refusing to receive a pilot on board, article" scdto tflr Printing Business, kept remove diseases of the skin. 6th. ana.

I KEY WEST ENQUIRER. shall, spoken by said pilot six cntyes respectively for sale and;furi lied on the shortest no mote the effectf of Mercury and lead"J'o..

from Indian Key aforesaid, or tice. Old tjpejltaken in exchange for new the system 6tb To promote absorption from

( UNDERSIGNED, begs leave re- from the said Light House on the Island of at 9 9 und. dropsical effusions.! 7th. To relieve diffi of ,

rUE to offer prepositions to this Key {Vest. be nnerthelt:8S,3niJ: it it I.-U-) N.cent'if aper Proprietors who give culty of breathing:, and hence to cure asth.

nlightened public, to publish a weekly made subject to pay full rates. ofpilotageasthoughsncb the ;lnsertions, will be entitled mal, and other diseases or the chest' ,
a&4
under the above title. It shall pilot had beeB JakeD on board. to Five DollanCln: such articles as they may lungs. 8th. To strengthen the
ewspaper but if not spoken more than three miles! respectively select frony our>tpecimea. and impart a tone to the stomscbi
devoted Commercial In digestive '
te principally to from the abovemen\ioried places, New York, 1833.. : and curedyspepsiawitb'Itsconaequentdba ,

ellhi ence-party controversy shall be enirly then and in qase of such refusal as aforesaid To promote the *

excluded. she shall be liable to pay half pilotage,and PROSPECTUSw I scrofulous and chronic ulcers healing of
10th.
Ilfhe undersigned is fully aware of the no more.t remove gouty and rheumatic To
or THE pain's and
difficulty of the task he is about to under See. 8. t1 Be it further enacted, That no swellings from the joints, and Lumbago
( SAVANNAH MERCURY. cure
take, and in consideration of his want of fees shall be dependable for piloting and Sciatica, &c.11th.The < '
conducting'anY.'YOssclifthe same be spokenat A DAILY MORNING PAPER, ,
the offer of
has obtained polite
I xperience, Quincy-the bas
barb
aless than three miles from the : never
assistance from friends, whose age and distance ..Devoted to Commerce-Agriculture-Pol. failed to relieve it. Ittb The It
Indian Croup.
from
I, light house afdresaid, o Key itics-Literature-and General be
qualifications render them competent to provided,that this secticn shall not beheld Intelligence.To : may regarded as a apecU t'. 13th. Tb$ ,

thr as!{. For his own part, he pledgesh to extend to an/ vessel goiug or coming be edited and published in the city of The Hooping Measles.Cough.No Givetgre'atrslfef. Nth. r

h- '- that, so fcr as his health and through the northwest passage of the harbor Savannah instant of death bas tar
Geo. kenplacewhentle bath has
strength will permit-the public may rely of Key West, when spoken at the'distance BY WM. BALDWIN HARRISON. 15th. To prevent and cute beep discharges employed.of '
of two miles and a half from said light
upon the utmost regularity in the publica- presenting to the public the prospectus blood from the lungs, and other internal

tion of the paper. house.Sec 9 Be it further enacted, That in of the Savannah Mercury, just regard organs. I6tb. To cure acute, and chronic-
Great pains will be taken to obtain the for the feelings of those -ve expect to inflammations, be bath when judiciously!
vessel
of refusingto
master a
i v of the event ofany as well as a compliance which time medicated f a certain specific 17th
<* earliest and most correct intelligence for his services the amount serve, .'fo
pay any pilot bas sanctioned,renders it to give cure Gout in all its forms,in a shorter
Wrecks and Wrecked and also necessary!
Property, of fees herein before provided, such pilot od of time than peri
of the which shall l
principles any agent
hitherto
of vessels the Florida out from the office a briesIDopis tised>*.
reports passing near may at discretion, sue govern us in our editorial duties-We are 18th. The bath bas never failed to core the
of the clerk of said court an attachment
Reef. with the belief that in Cholera Morbus.
19tb.
impressed a government Intermittent r .
(KrGENTtEMEX friendly to the under returnable immediately to the said like ours.the preservation of the Lib agues) typhus, and continued, fevers tbq( h
Chambers i
taking will please receive subscript and court,or to the Judge thereof which, erties of the People mainly depends on their bath relieves and cures without tbe oecet

forward the names to the Editor as soon as aga-nst the vessel piloted spoken, shall virtue, intelligence and patriotism, and the sity of blood letting. 20tu. Insanity. la
Chambers
possible. Court or the said Judge; in dissemination of sound political knowledge no case bas Mr.Whitlaw failed in
to restoring
J. ATKINSON. summarily and without jury,proceed examine among them, and being actuated by a sincere to a sane state,patients put under'his treat
into the facts and law of the case, *
desire to advance the fC State meat ; and the
cause propnetor of this
establish
October 1 1834. its merits but if
to ,
and decide accordingly '
and Constitutional shall ment authorized
shall Rights Liberty,we by him tiiaa aUt all
the said vessel so assisted or spoken, support the doctrines of the State Rights cases of insanity can be cured by his i
of the court, system
AN ACT to provide for the appointment not be within the jurisdiction in Chambers shall Party of Georgia,as set forth in the Virginia when there b no malformation. Slit Hy

of Pilots, and to regulate the rules ot the said court or Judge attachment, aid Kentucky Resolutions of 1798-99 drophobia. This dreadful malady which

PiI tape at the port of Key West,and fort and may on the return of the and de. and which were so triumphantly maintained up to the! present time t bas defied the skill of

otiSr purposes. proceed in like manner EX-PARTI by the State of Georgia in 1825-6, and '? ; the medical practice, bas been successfully,

t Sec. 1. Beit enacted by the Governor cide accordingly. and thereby assut in perpetuating the inestimable treated by>> Mr. WhitJaw, and alpo Ip 4 num
: of the of Passed Feb, 15,1834.JOHN. under ber of cases the and .
and Legislative Council Territory WARREN, blessings we enjoy our present by pfc/sicians surgeon: !
Florida, That from and after the passage of Council. form of government, and which are who have adopted bit system. 22d. Palsy.

this act,the Governor of the said Territory Pres. Legislative. guaranteed unto us,so long as each department Itgradunlly rel;"vei. 23d. It bas proved
be and bo is hereby authorised by and with Approved Feb. 15,1834.TYPE of her is kept within its legitimate an effectual cure fur cancer((in its Incipient

the advice and contentof said Council,during FOUNDRY sphere of action. We are in favor of a stages) ones, pilM..curvy.Paintera1 choke

its annual sessions,to appoint such number H AVING Purchased Mr. RICHARD strict construction of tbe Constitution-and spinal affections, palpitatioo 'of the heist,

of Pilots for the port and harbor of Key RONALDSON his long established and opposed te all system which base for their Inflammation of the net".6ta, s.tUf( neck,

West, aid the adjacent coast in a northeast extensive Type Foundry, the subscriber object tbe taxing of the many for thebene nettle rash, ,jaundice,ulceratico of tbe
very
erly direction from said city, and the ex have formed a co- rtDer5hip for tbe fit of the few, or of lalnrrestrictlw upon( Vit.throat Dance.liver cOm' WnGt,'teal4'bud,and, 8t.

treme northern limits of the County of Monroe of continuing said business and for Commerce or domestic industry-and shall *

,aa he may deem necessary, expedient purpose the convenience of their friends and pat resist all encroachments by the Federal ef M.The bath will be. open from 9 o'clock
jt, until I P
and Government on Ole rights of the States and M.
advisable provided the number so appointed rons,have removed their establishment to a
in any one year shall not exceed I more central part of the city. As it is their tbe liberties the People. Bat whilst we TOWARD OLOVgR. .' r
twelve. band good assortment thus express our preference for the principles AMLIN V.
intention to keep on a SNELL ATTORNEY
,
of tbe State Rights Party of Georgia, H
Sec. 2. |Be it further enactedThat such of the best type, and to make such additionsand AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
stall that only so long as ;
the trade we support party
pilots so appointed, before entering on the improvements as the taste of '- -
adhere to those prtgciples-oartnot to &ri44.
discharge of their duties as sacb,shall each l and the wants of the country require, they they .

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.- /.' ., tons! to have the grievances complained of vessels, with a power of 3172
4- _.J n I gate, and are highly destructive of the public !
of redressed o far as they ran be, by acts of On this statement the New York IItl',
PE .E, ''MES r1 murals, and the: good order society. : ,
INI1 t remarks If
council of Florida. of Commerce justly :-
of Monroe They present as a grievance, the introduction the legislative
County
,
Grand Jury
-1-+ Of the '
I Southern Judicial District of Florida, of free negroes and mulattoes into this H. FITZPATRICK, accident! we should l get into a wnr wi'K'a:\;:, b
particularly from the British West Foreman of the Grand Jury nation thus equipped, we should be rail c \
Term 1834. county,
December adjourned
: situated it must be confess! .....'I
India Colonies which is done almost daily Key West, Dec. I0ihl834. awkwardly '. I
The Grand JuroniforthecountyofMunt and with impunity and in utter disregard -o.rrllE. We should like to see a few such vcsc:;li '
t id Southern District of Florida, having "
roe a SEA. added to nary Perhaps HereC
our own
the of the laws. The Jurors believe, that the
; closed their: investigations final for present the introduction of this description of per- A FRAGMENT is no portion uf tIle United States fV r.\, : '
their present
this
do make
term, ( the Baltimore/ American,) more open") t<
has been at all times but more says !
that sons ( espe-
.
BV F W. P. GREE
as a grievance, -WOOD. *
ment. They present
} r since the of the slavesin to the attacks of an enemy's fleet, and nt, I I
J there is no Jail in the county,in consequence cially the British West emancipation India Colonies) calcu There is mystery in the, sea. There ismystery the same time in a more defenceless condi. < I
; of which crimes are committed with impunity in its depths. It is unfathomed .
tion than the Chesapeake Bay. Tlicim. a'
defeated. The Jurors lated to destroy that policy of protection ,
and public justice and perhaps unfathomable.: Who (tell '
can
fortifications at Old Point Comfort
which has long been established and adopted mense ,
l 'i+ being< aware of the fact, that an appropriation who shall know how near its pits run downto
afford it i istn
t '
in the southern section of the United a complete protection >ctto
"
j had been made some time since, tfJe! cent ral core of the world? Who can {
Roads and James Rive but 1
States viz. to those from Hampton r, {pr.
to build Jail this prevent persons T
a in
the Legislature tell what wells wlnt fountains there .-
by are to
hindrance lie of
coming to the country and the Jurors believe sent no to I ascent l)0sile) : : !
;
heard that
county, and having a contract which the fountains of the earth arc in
com .
fleets other of the
that unless the Legislature does en- to any part Bay.
\ consrruct building for that was ,
a
to purpose pi risen but drops! Who shall say whencethe
made the Jail commissioners appointed act such lawns will effectua'ly put a stopto -
by ocean derives those inexhaustible supplies e
-- I introduction of them that (the effect
,
I -t a committee to examine and inspect theI of salt,which so impregnate: its waters PROSPECTUS \
...
produced will be highly injurious, not only
fitness of the building constructed under that all the rivers of the earth, pouring intoit or TI.E r'iAMARANTH
+! the said contract, the report of which com .. to this Territory and county, but to the from the time of creation, 'have not been ,
ft whole of the southern states they also f believe
;
is follows-
: mittee
as f
;' We the been and feel con6dtnt: ,that this particular able to freshen them? What undescrihed A Semimonthly! Journal of Literature std t
undersigned, having appointed what \
monsters, unimagin tble shapes the Arts.
districtand is from its local may
county position r
the Grand in session to
by Jury, now ,
and situation and is better be roving in the profoundest places of the B Brown 6. 11. Brown .
examine the building occupied as a Jaildo more exposed, Editors, ,$ : '
'/1)) sea never seeking, and perhaps from their
/ ,
calculated favor the detestable views and
to
More than have
two
>
:, report, that, after a careful examination, nature unable to seek the years elapsed srnrt, *i M
we find that the mortar used for the wall purposes of fanatics and abolitionists, than upper waters, the commencement of the Amaranth, and 1
other in the United States should and expose themselves to the gaze of nan? that period it Las received ;
during
of said Jail to be mostly sand,and any they a steadrV:! Jl
<< ,appears What: glittering riches, what heaps of gold increase!' of To be in '
for that the walls are filled ever attempt by and through the agency of patronage. fault i jo '
nothing
good and mixed free persons of color, to tamper will, and what stores of gems, there must be scatter the common lot of humanity, and we make I
in with loose stones no mortar slave The Jurors ed in lavish profusion on the ocean's bed no pi etence of an exemption from the charge. '
our population.
corrupt
with them; that the walls can be torn down however,our intentions to Lave s' }l
What spoils from all climates what worksof are asfrtr
I
and that the of ,
tools and do hope, expect repressntotives
of
without any kind we say, errors as possible, while we endeavor
tliat
from all lands have
art been :
the people of Florida will and ingulfed! _by
give early
I' that it is not put up in a workmanlike man- our productions be acceptable to ourreadcsand ,
the insatJal1lenod" reckless I
and that if entirely unfit for the due consideration to this motter. and anulv waves Who approved by the "
ner ... pur. shall down to examine and reclaim this community m "
*- such go
pose for,which it was designed.ALEX. remedy as they may think necessary general. The Amaranth takes no part in i'
Z / PATTERSON, 1 and expedient. They present as a griev- uncounted and idle wealth ? Who bears tire the discussien of religion or politics, and,in j

J IIOU8MAN, 9 ance, that the compensation of jurors, witnesses keys of the deep? adhering to this rule,we have excluded many "(e '\\0 Ai
H. c. MILLER 3 and constables is entirely inadequate And oh! yet more affecting to the heart articles torn its columns The same reg- '\

I : W. H. WALL, J 3.: tu the duties which they l have to perform ; and mysterious to the mind, what companies ulation will be continued, although elegance ", .

P. J. FONTANE. ;I and they believe that so long as the present of human beings are locked up in the power a and denial poignancy I TLe work may sometimes is now receive a t 1

system remains as it is in this county, that wide, watery, unsearchable grave of the sea! nently established its F'erma- .
although at corn. .
{ Where are the bodies of those lost
Key West Dec. 6, 1834. crimes will go unpunished and individual ones, mencement there were probably those who' '
, CF' On motion resolved, that the matters contained rights will be ,'iolaredvitllOut remedy. over whom the melancho'y'nvcs alone presaged duration to be but like Jonah '

:. ii this report, be made known in They present us a grievance, that neither have been chanting requiems? Whatshrouds gourd. It bas been patronised by those / !

i r final presentment of the Grand Jury.R. the public lands, nor the lands claimed: LyI I were wrapped round the limbs of beauty, whom should feel proud to name, w ere "'. .,)
FITZPATRICK individuals have been surveyed, or are ever and of manhood, and of placid infancy, we permitted, and of whose contruedkind! II)
,
when they were laid on the dark floor of ness and attention we have assurance. 'J
foreman. likely to be surveyed in this county and ; it
T district if the Jurors form their that secret tomb ? Where are the' bones The columns of the Amaranth embrace
to
are opine ,
They present as a grievance, that the officers tales
original &c. from the
the relics of the brave and the essays pens! of
;;, of the several courts in this district ions from past circumstances and occurrences fearful, the well known and distinguished writers, and 'J
L41't'I, and county have not complied with the requisites ; this to the great injury of the public good and the bad, the parent: the child, the we intern hereafter, to pay forsucharticUs

''I t' of the laws in serving aid execu and private interest, and by which the pop. wife, the husband the brother and sister, as shall be acceptable, from those whose "

) ting precepts to them directed, and particularly ulation, settlement, and prosperity not only and lover, which have been tossed and coininm.icitions: : will add interest to ant l t
\, as respects persons charged with of the southern district, but of the whole scattered and buried by the washing, wasting work extant. \Vc are aware it will piilr' :.
'
offences and in their custody such 'having of the atlantic sea coast of the Territory of wandering sea? 1 journeying winds to much expense, but we are rest: Ivrd to Uu

been suffered to go at large when they Florida, has been retarded, preven'ed, and may sighas year after year, they jiassoier every thing in our power to render the wok
t kept back. the their beds. The solitary rain clouds worthy a liberal support, and the only way
ought to have been confined. They present They present as grievance, may to receive the of "
the
as a grievance, the law regulating pi- want of a road to some point on the main weep in darkness over the mangled remains is to pay for well encouragement! written articles. Wc public mako

lotage at Key West, the law regulating the land in this county whereby the citizens \\hichliestrewed in that unwonted ceme no pretensions to a superiority over otl.er

,; time and manner of holding county courts, may be able to communicate with the seat tery. But who shall tell the bereaved to literary works; we 'have, no hired e lOB' .

and the law for summoning and prescribing of Government in the Territory, and with what spot their affections may clin o? And to put us into notice, nor do we send forth *.( .fi

qualifications of Jurors, so far as those their fellow citizens in the several countiesand where shall human tears l he shed throughout long-winded prospectus trumpet our ottfc .

laws operate in this county, which from its other states This would enable themto the solemn sepulchre It is mystery to literary consequence, and promising to Clut- ,"
}" peculiar situation requires different la IIS.- get the laws which are passed at the usual all! When shall it be solved? Who thail do all others. No,our journal can speak for

; They present as a grievance, that the jurisdiction sessions of the Legislature in time to be find it out? Who but He to whom the wildest unless itself, :1l'dve he thinks wish it for no one to subscribe,
of
of the Territory in this county is I known at the spring team of the superior waves listen reverently, and to whom Nothing i admitted deserving into the patronage-

not properly defined and fixed, which, as I court, which has heretofore rarely happened, all nature bows ; 'he who shall one day does not possess merit ; album paper poetry which(!)

an inducement to the commission of crime, and which would be saving: great expenseto speak, and be 'heard in ocean's profoundest and communications upon dry and Lnclctmd! i-

and facilitates the escape of rogues and the Government, and are of great benefitto caves; to whom the deep, even the lowest subjects, unless of the cry first order! are :

other criminals from the law and from other this community. They present as a grievance deep, shall give up all its dead, when the entirely excluded. The selections are made '!.

i uni'hment. The Jurors believe that the that by a law of -1833,the guns and sun shall sicken, and the earth and the i isles from the very best Foreign and Amer ant(

jurisdiction of the Territory and of the boats of persons who live or may be foundon shall languish, and the heavens be rolled Periodicals, with which the Editors are &gf'

t county ought to extend to all vesse stoats the Keys" in this county, are exempt together like a scroll, and there shall be ularly supplied, and ev ry thing of interestand !
} within the from execution where the no more sea." importance have a place in its col-
persona lying or channelsharbor8and in this Tertito property belonging to the inhabitants -..0.0- and shall continue to lake an WI"have.

wand county! ; but more particularly, from living on the main land is liable. The Pint use of the gallows in the Sandtcich course ; we shall not be governed independent by"-

.i; Cape Florida to Tortugas, and Charlotte Jurors believe, that our Government is happily Islands Among the proofs of advancing bribery, but make our remarks devoid of

!" Harbor,so that the sheriff or constable may one of equal rights and privileges, and civilization in the Sandwich Islands, the fearor the, hope of faror. The drama shall

I'J jerve any process on persons on board of that no distinction ought to be made be erection of a temporary gallows may: 'bo not be altogether neglected, but receive its
'teasels lying or being within the same= tween those living on the Keys or the main mentioned. The crimo of murder was share notice ; the musical department also

They present as a grievance,that foreigners land, and they think the law should be re committed by two of the natives on the The, will work command is embellished share of attention.

and permns from beyond the bounds of pealed. They present as a grievance, that person of a Spaniard, and merely fur the engravings executed in the occasionally best .

this Territory are permitted to take fish boats owned by persons not engaged in any sake of the clothes he wore. They were with accompaniments for manneridmusic the Piano!}

13. within this district and county, a great part trnde or commerce but which are farm or taken immediately after and confined to Forte.. flute, &c, .. The terms, to city subscriners -
of which is cured on the shore,and carried plantation boats are obliged by law, if overa the fort, whence one of them contrived to one collar and- fifty- cents; in advance.or -,

'i-'i to foreign places for sale, and the persons certain size, to get papers from the cus escape. They were at first at a loss to two dollars at the end of six months.

,''J and their vessels thus engaged do not pay a tom house, and to have a captain appointed know what to do .with the remaining cul As our country subscribers will be taxed

cent of-tax or revenue either to the Territory under all the restrictions which ships and prit, but were persuaded by the consuls and postage on their papers, we shall exact but

or county and many of them claim privileges vessels engaged in trade and commerce ate the missionary to proceed according to European one dollar always paid in advance ; otP-; -
wise will
i from without contributing subject to because from the situ law. A I they be charged the usual subscJfjtion. -
any thing ; peculiar gallows was in the first instance These regulations will
be
to support the government and laws, to the ation of this district and county, Jurors, constructed. It consisted a rope adhered to. strictly

great injury of the citizens of the Territory planters and farmers who live on the mi in extended from one cocoanut t tree to another No subscriptions received at a distance.

and the citizens of this county particu land, are obliged to attend the courts at eighteen feet from the ground, and to this (except from agents) unless accompaniedwith

larly. The Jurors believe that the enact. Key West, under the penalties of the law centre was attached block,through wt* ich the payment for one year in advance.
4 went of laws by Congress and by the Legislature if they fail in their attendance; and whichis was run the halter by which the criminalwas AD edition of the paper is published at East

t of thiaTerritory, is requisite and near 300 titles from the southern boundary to le drawn up :by the natives. Tho Bridgewatcr.Mass. where all comrr.uaica-

., necessary to correct the evil, and for the of the district ; this obliges the Juror man was brought to trial under this gallows cio : ,&c. must addressed tu George Jl.
protection of the Territory and the and the fanner I where the Brown post paid, or they will remain dealt
people or planter to keep boat, chiefs and native missionaries in the office. Wo are
obliged to this
thereof. They present as a that because he has no other were assembled. WI adopt
grievance, way or means of rile these were deliberating rule,as our postage La bccciuc a heavy tax
wrecking vessels in this district are not allowed !. transportation for himself to the seat of and doubting the propriety (.r hanging upon us.

a salvage upon the duties on goods justice, where he is bound to perform cer- him, the naive, anxious perhaps, to (::7-The next volume of the Amaranth

I by them saved from wrecks, and dived up I tain duties for the public good, or to find a witness so novel a spectacle, put the noose will be issued weekly, $4 per annum, of tho
from the reef and brought here by them, market for the produce rf his farm or plantation over his head, and saved the judges all fur size and style of the New-York J\Jirrorand

which would otherwise be entirely lost.- The Jurors believe,some exception I ther trouble on this subject by running 'him those of subscribers who wish to have

The Jurors believe, that under all circum should bo made: in favor of the boats of up. Some time after this, his tbe paper, will please notify us before the
stances the laborer is not only thus situated and accomplice, expiration i/f the volume A semi-monthly
worthy of persons that the same thinking that all was forgotten, ventured edition will
to
also be continued. usual.at
as : .
'but legally entitled to,his hire. They pre- would tend to the public good as well as to return from his place of concealment in .hiv. $1,50. -
lent as a grievance, the want of a marine the relief of individuals thus unfortunately home. He was however -- Our
apprehended, (Or exchange list Las incre,cd to
hospital where sick and disable seamen circumstanced. and again confined to the. fort, where he such an extent, that we are obliged to erase

canto comfortahly situated and properly I R&olted unanimously by this Grand remained during our stay. As the chiefs many valuable papers fiornour list, and
taken care of,and medical aid administered Jury, that the clerk of the cannot lie made to understand much against our inclination however to
l to them, which would do away with the do make two copies of this superior| court men should suffer for the murder why of two I those who have, and still continue to publish .
necessity for contributions individuals presentment, one, our prospectus we shall feel in duty
by private and hand one to the it seemed probable that
very this
representative from man would bound to extend towards them the
band
which of
( has often been the
case for I this
) !
county to the legislative council and ultimately be set liberty.-.V A' Journal fellowship.
their support, comfort, and relief The that he enclose the other to the delegate in of a |oyage. No,. 1st 1834.
Jurors believe, that there is a large surplus
Congress from this Territory, : -
fomewbere, which has been retained from him to lay the same before the President requesting JOHN GEORGE ZlAlAX
.k the hard earnings of this valuable clue of the United States,and use bis of Steam SAil'! of 1Vor. A writer in the ,

American citizens which is unappropriated, have the grievances herein exertions to London i United Senrice Journal for August INFORMS the public that he bas opened
of which should bs complained of, says, "The French Lave
I a part applied to this redressed, so far as acts of established a complete ESTABLISUMEN! f in
purp-jse. They present as a grievance, that thereto requisite and that the CoAgress are steam dockyard, on the Loire, at the this city wher the business is carried on in
grogshops, coffee houses, billiard rooms, from this district; representtue !- island of widret: five steamers have been all its various branches. Bread, Cakes of

and other places, are kept open' on the sabbath to legislative council launched there, and sit: tf 160 boric every description, Navy and Pilot Bread.
present to that body the pow. &c. &c.
copy to 'him are kept fresk.bv .
oajjiand
cr are constantly ,
now
,
the idle
day, encouraging and profli. committed, and that be use ha best exer this constructing. At the end of the subscriber.Key .
their
\f. year, Et"a'n will I
nary consist of
West, Nov 15, [5tfot ]



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I t half: ; thirty; thirty-two and a half and a that! no intoxicating liquor has been drunk I r--, -
COLLECTOR'S OFFI E )
THE ENQUIRER half; kick out that man with the segar,anda on board during the term of insurance. January 2d 1835. f '

half, and a half; going, going; ,hirt-* The attention merchants and others U I !

WFLORIDA.L : i iII five ; thirty-five ; thirty-seven and a half ; [Selected for the Enquirer.] requested to the subjoined sections of an !

r( { KEY : curse that segar smoke!; and a half, and a Oh Dear! oh dear! has any foundA r' Act concerning tonnage duty on Spanish I

<: i half; I'd rather have the devil about me; heart that a Lady has lost? Vessels" approved 30th June 1834. r'

iJ "SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, isas. and a half, and a half, and a half; it givesme Whoever returns it unbroken and sound, W. A. W1HTF.I1EAD, ,

wreck the phthisic; and a half and a half; go- Shall be handsomely paid for his cos. COLLECTOR>
Thc following account of a ship anda 41 Sec. 1. From and after the fist day of ,

handed us by Capt. Hurd, of the Schr. ing,going; forty.forty cents; forty two ? The Lady who lost it is sadly distress, March next, Spanish Vessels coming from
the stove
was half who's putting brimstone on Her with Weeping all ,.' 'ollei, the Maud ol Cuba or Porto Rico, either
American, which passed this place on the and a half and a half: ; I wish I had hold When first eyes it are was missed she can't tell In directly or after touching at any port or

g2d Dec. from New York, bound to New- of that boy ; and a half, and a half; I'd the least place, shall pay in the ports of the United

of the latenessof choke the rascal; and a half, and a half ; it stoles States, such further tonnage duty in addition
In think
consequence But she's teason to was
Orleans. be
half to the duty which may pay
who forty.five not tonnage
going, going; says ;
the hour at which we received it,and our the thief is a able under other law as shall be equivalent
the price of the book; and a half, and ahilII' Oh yes! she believes that ant

paper being nearly made up, it was omitted forty-two and a half; forty five; now youthWho that would to the have amount been of imposed discriminating on the duty car

last week. forty-seven and a half,and a half; a treatiseon slily attentions had shown her ; goes imported in tW said vessels, respectively

\* On the 12th of December 1834, the the toothache,gentlemen; who1!! give Whoever it is, may as well tell the truth ,if the same had been exported from

American W. A. Kurd, master, fifty cents for the looth-ache, and a half For its only of use to the owner. the port of Havana in American bottoms. '
Schooner and a half forty-seven and a half; look at shcwin I "Sec. 2. Before any such vessel shall be
wreck in latitude 3242 N. longitude And why he's so backward in to clear out or from s
saw a that boy there ; and a half and a half; permitted depart port
t. 70 45 %V.-we'"t near: eil 'S'1' to discover pocketing one of those |*n-krmes, and a his face, of the United States with a cargo which
She thinks it exceedingly strange; shall be directly or indiiectly destined to
that there was no living soul on hoardit: half and a half; 1 can't have. my eyes every; And she begs that he'll either her hnrtsoon : either of the said Island, the said vessel

was found to be'a large high deck brig, and a half and a half;fifty; fifty two anda replace, shall pay such further tonnage duty as shall
half kick all tl.e boys out of the room ; be to the amount of discriminating
; in equivalent
to the deck, foremast start Or else give her Aw exchange.
main mast gone and a half, and a half; kick'CIII out I say; duty that would be payable for the

j"l?, topmast and foremast head gone- and a half, ar.d a half; goinggoinggone." ----- time being upon the cargo if imported into

a .(*lore top twisted fore and aft, part of the topsail -.- ALL IS VANITY,SAITH THE PREA the port of Havana, in an American bottom..
I the Steamers Through the CHER." 41 Sec. 3. No Spanish vessel shall be allowed
hunches
't across it-one on Important to politeness I
) lying to clear out or depart from a port of
t forecastle, she had a figure head-a double of Capt. Cojeman,of the Benjamin By Lord Byron. the United States with any goods,wares, or
Franklin, we have been favored with an examination wisdom love and were mine, merchandise, upon a destination to \
martingale, bow sprit stood high, a square in efficient Fame, power except
of file engine now
a new I the Island of Cuba or
And health and youth possessM I me; some port or place in 1
liotiseon deck, two doors forward and two operation on board of Ins vessel. blush'd from vine, Porto Rico, without giving bond with approved
every
aft-no carved work on her stern,but painted From the nature and construction of My And goblets forms caressed me. security in double the value of the ,

resemble something-could not pee steam boats, they are more liable to accidents lovely vessel and cargo, that the said cargo or I
to from fire than any other description I sunn'd! my heart in beauty's eyes, any part thereof shall not be landed in either "' /
had but two dead lights, which bond shall"be
Islands-which
her name- tender of the said '
soul
of vessels, and it behooveseveryowneraudcommander And felt my grow ;
the Certificate !
were swinging on hinges. She appeared to to avail himself of any meansto All earth can give or mortal prize, from cancelled in American on producing Consul, that the said

r I be full of water for every roll of the sea lessen the danger. Was mine of real splendor. cargo has been landed elsewhere, bona tide

broke over her deck-paint upon her sides The engineo.i board the Eenj. Franklinis I strive to number o'er what days and without intention to reshipit for"a portin 1

k could not discover, her bullwark washed of great power, though occupying the Remembrance can discover, one of the said Island"
most trifling space. it is placed on thu all that life earth displays [nl2-tm] \
On the 10th Dec. lost the steward, Which or I,
away. forecastle, quite out of the way of every liveover. .
Would lure me to 'I
Wm. Price, knocked overboard by the fore thing wanted in working the vessel, and P. C. GREENECONTINUES i\\

U4 boom, hove a chest overboard, and hove to contained in a small box 2 feet by 2 feet 4, There rose no day, there rolled no hour, '
;
It is worked by Of pleasure unembittered; / : to transact General Agen*
the Schr. immediately,saw 'him on the chest, and 3 feet 8 in height. business
moveable cranks, long enough for 10 And not a trapping deck'd my power Vy cy, Auction and Commission
got the boat out and sent in pursuit of him, bj hands and the supply is of course obtained That galled not while it glitter'd.The at Key West. He has commodious Ware.
and (louse, and goods will, be taken on storage tat
wind blowing heavy sea rough-
: the from below the boat by the! use of it, the serpent of the field by art reasonable rates.

boat returned in the night without him. men are enabled to fill the boilers in much And spells,is won from harming; [nov. 8, 1831.-4tf.:]

The Brig Arcthusa,Capt Bright,5 days less time and labor than!: by any other means, But that which coils around the heart,
and its power is such that wo saw half a Oh! who hath of charming fIt
York witha power would inform his friends :
from St.Marks, bound to New dozen bands send a Inndsome stream full THE :
[ will not list to wisdom's lore, the public, that be is prepared to
of Cotton, arrived at this place on ten feet above the chimnies.! Hose is attached
cargo attend to business that be entrusted
music's voice lure it any may
f'the 31st ult.Passengers. to it that will lead to any part of the Nor can ; to his care in the .

for Key West-Mrs. Crane vessel or machinery, and being totally unconnected But there it stings forever endure more it.PORT AUCTION AND COMMISSION LINE .
that
The souls
must
with the eng ne roomy there is [lis office is up stairs in Mr. F. A.11ro"ne'g .
and three children ; Miss Folker ; Miss no danger of its being rendered useless by ..- -' \Ware-House, where hemay at all times be I Ibind.

Breaker; Capt.T. Green; T. Atkinson.For the fire's cutting off the supply. The machinery "nrfnt 'Jnf1Jt. 3

New York-E. Foster jr.Esq. works with great ease, and the improved -- lie takes this opportunity of rendering
OF KEY WEST. thanks for past favors, and hopes, by unremitting *, .
On the night previous to the arrival of rotar) pump has a suction of singular attention to business, to merit % j

"1 the Brig, she experienced a heavy blow, power as compared with the size of the I ENTERED Continuance of public patronage. :
JOS. A. THOURON.
anchored outside the bar about 1 o'clockparted I engine I Dec SI Martha Jane,Mutt salt and
; When so many fine vessels have becnI 31- [Dec. 6, 1034. n8-tf] i
her cables and lost two anchors, but burned to the watei'sedge, and numerous coffee,Florida Reef to F A Browne; Janlary .

succeeded in getting them again. valuable lives lost by fire at sea, or on our 'I, 835-S) Caroline Brutus, Terry, Wm. II. Shaw,
rivers it becomes little less than criminal harlestnnsundries to master; Sch Corolla vs- / In Attachment.

The Schr. Collector New Port,(Ri) for steam boat to be without such an Smith, New York, sundries to master; John Harris. ,
any defendant and all interested, will
J.VC03 CUAPEL master, with a cargo of efficient protection against hat fearful calamity Sl Enterprize, Cruson,Tampa Bay, Fish to TilE notice, that the above suit has f

lumber bound to this place: went ashore on and we hope our editorial brethren, F A Browne been commenced by attachment in the Superior -
; especially those in the South and Wrst, will CLEARED. Court for the Southern District of i
the night of the 31st ult. in a heavy gale of
{ impress this on the minds of all connected Dec. 30-SI Eden, Sylva; Jan. 1, 1835 Florida, and they are required to appear '
wind, after dragging upwards of 3 miles, with steam boats. The expense of the engine -:SI Enterprize, Cruson. and plead to the declaration at the next I

V.itli both anchors ahead,at the entrance of is a mere trifle. The maker is David erm of said court. CORDON, !
for PI' .
[oct. 15-13m] Atty.
the N. West passage, about 12 miles from O. Pales,of Central Falk, H. I. 4 MARRIED,

this place, and bilged the next morning.- T\t Indian Key, on Wednesday the 24th Oliver O'Hara,

All the materials of the vessel will be saved In the'rrong boz.-Illiston:: who certain ult by the Rev.Mr.GAZAWA.Y,CHARLES vs. I-} Attachment.John .
imitated John Palmer in his manner off Harris.

and probably the greatest part of tho ly the stage, had an affected morality of demeanor PAL-n' TilE defendant, and all Interested, will f
notice that the above suit bat
I his real t tbeeD
accorded with
I ill
cargo. which o f that island attachment,in the So. '
commenced
The Brig Laci.n-it I Portsmouth, from life; in his youth this was peculiarly the __.._ tf( crior Court for the by i Southern, District of'lorida

case Charles Incledon said, "There was DIED, and they are required to appear
4, Portland bound to New Orleans, 22 days ,
a capital parson soiled: the day Elliston In this city,on the 2d inst.ot Consumpon aDd plead to the declaration at the next
out,.was spoken off this place by the Pilot turned player" His love ad ventures were Mr. GOULD B. LEWIS,of N. York, term of laid court. A.GORDON,

Boat Charles Howe,on the 27th ult. numerous and he was not very fortunate or al*t 25 years.NOTICE [oct.1S 13m] Atty.for PI'!. !

I tasteful: in the selection of his dulcineas ; '
PASSENGERSIn James,Wheeler,
1I
the Schr. Corolla, for Key West, Mrs. among others (when he .was scarcely 18) it hereby given that in six vs. In Attachment.

Simons Mr. John Fontane sister and was a tavern keeper's dame at Wapping.- from the date hereof, I shall John Harris. } .
,
; One day,whilst in earnest conversation with make application to the Honorable Wm R. defendant,and a interested will !
\ niece; Capt. Wilse and Capt. J. W. Saw- I the lady, an alarm was given, and as it was Hackley, Judge of the court for the county THE notice, that tbe above suit has I

,(:r. to conceal Robert William he was of Monroe, and Territory of Florida, for been commenced by attachment in tie Bu-
For Senibsl and Tampa BayMessrs.Ward necessary in a hasped chest. There was Ellis letters of administration on the estate of perior Court for the Southern District of
Trotter and Peachico. placed of Key West and are required to appear
Hamilton
whilst the lady ran to the bar. Five Alexander Daylate Florida, they
ton at the next
in the county and Territory aforesaid. and plead, to the declaration
ARRIV OF THE ARIA NCIIE. minutes passed, still the noise continued, HENRY K. NEWCOMB.Key term of said court. A. GOI-DON, "' I

His B. M. ship Arachine, Capt. Burney, nay, increased; he tried to raise the lidbul West,Nov. !. 1t34. [o76w.] foci. 16 13m] Atty. for fl'!
f fastened it. He listened
mounting sixteen arrived at Baltimore she had prudently ( )
guns the house became authorized to announce Colonel
confusion in Judicial
on Thursday last from Jamaica. On ; the In the Superior Court of the Southern WEare GADSDEN u a candid.ate .
could hear run-
evident. lie persons District Florida.
anchor salutes interchanged more of
'coming to were to represent the Territory of Florids.io
with fort McHenry. The Baltimore ning to and fro; they sought someone;no.lie Richard Roberts, } the 24th Congress of the United States.
had occurred. What! f
Some calamity vs.
American states that she brings
Capt. Kitson,of the Royal Engineers passenger, whois too soon guessed, for, he heard the drip 5? Bales of Cotton, pick f In Admiralty WE are authorized to announce Colonel
,
of water and the cry of "Fire1." All ed up at sea. jA tSEPII M. WlIlTEu cnndicl.
charged with the duty of erecting Lighthouses ping interested in the above case cf Florida
considerations but those of personal safety I tit persons ate to represent the Territory ,
on the coast of Florida, and the bt with all his might to are hereby notified,that all the residue in the 24th Congress of the United States.
Bahama Islands,in conformity with an arrangement vanished; he sou of the money for wbich the above Cotton
entered into some time ago between extricate himself vain; frightful recollections was sold by the Marshal of this District, W arc authorizeo to announce Major.
the Governments of Great Britain of being buried alive flashed across after the payment of the salvage and expenses WILLIAM WYATT as a candidate
but to be at once buried and been into the Registry te represent the Territory of Florida,
and the Unite.l! States. It is believed this his memory; in said cause, has paid
l is the first British armed vessel which has burnt was too much,and his struggles were of the Court, where it will remainfor in the 24th Congress of the United States.

| renewed till he sank back helpless and ex nine months,unless sooner claimed by announce Colonel
entered this harbor since the late war. are authorized to t
tbe
-ae- hausted. "At last," I quote his own words, the person or persons entitled to same. WE WILLIAM B. NUTTALL ass
"I bad for it but patience and pray or his or their legally authorized agent.A represent the Territory of
Scene in an auction room. The witty nothing II. DAY, C'lk. candidate to
er." "Prayer," ( ejaculated, "under the D. C Florida,in the 94th Congress of the United
editor of the New York Transcript spir By II. K. NEWCOMB,
ited daily-gives the following amusing circumstances that brought you there" should" [oltmdrn] 8t tel. -
"Si
in that have i.eon preceded by repentance. SUBSCRIBER respectfully !n.
sketch of a scene in an auction room II E
city. he replied, "I did n. t pray directly for myself W. A. Pitcher, ) 'r forms his friends and tbe public, that
but who endeavoring Attachment.John to do all kinds of JOB PRIN
In
in book-auction, that tho.se were vs. > be is prepared
*i Lately droppng at a to subdue the fire might be induced to take Harris, \ TING. lie hope by attention to business,
there who
happened to be a man annoyedthe of the furniture." -Neio Monthly aud all concerned will to merit a liberal patronage.J. .
and the auctioneer with a se care TIJEdeCendaot .
company that the above suit has ATKINSON.Key

gar. The book had gone tip to twenty-sev Magazine.The been commenced by attachment in the Superior West. WOT. I. ,

en cents and a half, md the auctioneer Court for the Southern District of "

dwelling upon it,cried," And a half,and a Baltimore Insurance Company have Florida, and they are required to appear Job printing '
half,and half"; when smelling theannoy.pnce resolved to deduct five per cent from the and plead to the declaration at the next

he shouted out, D-n your segar j premium of insurance on any vessel l, of term of sail court. A. GORDON Attj.tor,PW. EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE ,

and a half and a half twenty-seven and a which the master and mate shall, make oath. [oct. {513 J]


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:.. 1 : ] quest has sinco beenheld upon the body of occasionally with chcpttictsi, it ;u pre -=nected- with the prevention, treatment! =:!, I

OF AN ASSASSIN. the deceased, and a verdict returned of sumed. Afier sitting a short time in this and cure of diseases-the qualities Cf I

Wilful murder against the SOD John lien- state she retired. The exhibition oilen3' medicines-their good and ill effects on I

( Extract of a letter, received at New York, wood. The prisoner was taken to Bod- this day at 10 A.M. to the public, and all health-the ingredients of secret or pat.. (\ I

jl, from Trinidad de Cuba,dated April 2G. min jail.-Plymouth Journal. the world will go to see this noweavte. eat medicines-tbe true principles of en. I

1 Filomeno Vicuna, known as Caniqui, .t. J ing and drinking, creating and drinking V 1to

\ i' which latter name1 ought to be quite famil- The Chinese Lady. The Chinese Lady, PARLEY'S MAGAZINE. live-domestic cookery-chemistry-. I
of curious
a 1 in the United States who have And a great variety valuable I
I urto many who lately arrived in New York, now. re-
Parent TeachersSchool Com and interesting knowledge,of the highest t 1
I Circular to ,
I visited this place-was shot on Sunday, ceives in an elegant apartment
company; mittees, and all who feel an interest in.the importance- all, and hitherto bidden
the 20th April. He was on a fishing ex- decked and furnished in the true Chinese I I of youth. from the mass of mankind.

; cursion with a few of his companions tot style. As she is the first one other sex improvement Contributed to by a number of 1
the sea shore,about three miles distant from whoever xisited this country, and as her i is not quite a yearsince Parley's Magazine Physicians. practising I

i, the city, where ho was surprised by a party little feet are said to be a great: curiosity, period tbe was camber commenced of'subscribershave,during that short increased The object of this work is to present eve. I Iry

I of eight mensent in pursuit of a gang of we doubt not that she wilrreoeive abund- to 0,000; and the work has received subject connected with diseases and its I

i I incendiaries and robbers,who had fired and ance of visitew,. and that: the speculationwill every where the most unqualified ap treatment, which, by its simplicity and perspicuity 1

p robbed a house in Trinidad the night pre. prove a profitable one. The following probation.. It has found its way to thou of its details, shall enable all who I

I vious. lie was seated on a rock fishing description of this lady, and of matters I' ands of families, and while it has entered wish, to be thoroughly! informed in this most \ 1

it when the party arrived,and seeing all hopes pertaining to the exhibition, is from the 1 the social circle, its unobtrusive. lessons interesting and important of sciences. I

t. of retreat cut off he plunged into the sea, I New York Evening Star, the editor of have.we trust, often had a salutary influence The advantages of such a publication to I

where he showed them that as well as a which ,31.M. Noah, has the best fac- I on the juvenile mind.and heart. It all ranks of society need not be insisted up. Ion

iwift runner, he was also an excellent swim- of paper a puff of editor on this has also found its way to the school room ; since they must suggest themselves to I
t ulty
writing any
mind. Under
I J( lie ordered throw the aDd many classes of pupils have been cheered every reflecting the influ. I
rarer was to away side of the Atlantic
: twice a month by the welcome voice of ence of the diffusion of sound medical know. 1
the dagger which he held in his hand and - -
J 1.] i "Having received. a very. polite. card of he teacher bidding them to lay aside, for a ledge among all classes,empiricism mutt! be I
I deliver His -
. I himself to Justice. reply invitation, written in uninese cllaracters, few days, the class book which they have disarmed of the dangerous weapons with I

Ii! I\ was," that he would never be taken alive, from Miss Afong Moy, desiring a special read over and over;. perhaps twenty times, which it w.rsso successively against the life I

, I and that if they did not shoot him,be would interview !before she made her appearancein and read the pageof Parley's Magazine.The .- of man; the abusive employment of medU I

take his own life" lie was Accordingly public, we repaired, as in duty bound, to demand for the work, to be used in cincs so baneful to health,.will give place I tof{ I
.ho'. about from the schools, is rapidly increasing. the rational administration of remedial I
,,I) --being sixty yards her residence, No. 8 Park Place, to pay our
A, shore and diving at every flash,he was fired in due form and to felicitate her Encouraged'by suoh unexampled success, agents, and the scientific and experienced I
.v; at about times before he was.hit.I .- respects the publishers.have resolved to render it physician will be aided in his, efforts to alleviate -
twenty on her safe arrival from the celestial empire. the
still more worthy of so liberal a patronage sufferings humanity. tfoth.
he ;
When the fatal ball struck him exclaim.
i We were determined to put the best foot and not to remit their exertions till they see ing that can add to the utility of the work
'i ed "yaw struggled, and sank in about four fommost,and to.sllOw her that we are not it introduced into families and schools, shall be neglected. The principles of dent

fathoms of water. lie was immediately quite so.uncivilized, and such barbarous: throughout the whole length and breadth of and regimen shall be explained, and their '

got on shore,tied! on a horse, and taken to vanoals as she perhaps had been taught to the United States.In application* enforced. The ingredients of j ,

the city, where he was exhibited for several believe by the great of her country, Con. this view they have secured new aid secret remedies shall be given and the whole.

hours in the market-aquare to the satisfaction fu-che (Confucius) Large gilt letters in in tbe editorial department. The late edi subject materia medica shall be discussedand

I ,; of the public, who had assembled Chinese on either side of the door indicatedher tor of the Juvenile Rambler, who in addi- explained in lucid and simple style.
tion to his qualifications writer for the O'rA premium of $100 will be
as a
; ; in large numbers to see the thing dreaded awarded
t and fadnorous Canique. dwelling, and presented rather a novel, young, has the advantage of many.years ex- to the writer the best essay (not exceedW,
\ and certainly not unpleasing contrast among perience as a teacher, will henceforth assist ing 20 pages octavo) on the advantages to
he
V1't Caniqpe, or as was latterly\ calledacl tho brass plates and bell handles of the in conducting it. the community of the general diffusion off

.; ftneso Ca"hiJutH( was a native of this place, bovrgeoitieln the We We to in the medical knowledge The
>OJ.;' neighborhood were propose present progress o essays are to 1m
i) f, of swarthy complexion, almost black_ ,tall received with'great civility by Capt. Obear, such volume, a great variety of interesting directed, post paid, to tho editor, .in all of:

I ': and athletic. lie was an assassin and a under whose protection she i is, and who important topics, among which are the following June next.

I r'; jobber, very daring and remarkably lucky ushered us immediately into the apartments The award of tho premium will depend

:, ... including his pursuers; and had made so which he has so beautifully furnished a laChinoue I. Natural History, of beasts, birds, fishes upon the decision of several eminent1. plijs-
many hair breadth escapes," that he tho't for heracrommodation. reptiles, insects, plants, flowers, trees, icians.

I himself peculiarly protected by tbe magic have imagined ourselves almost at We Pekin-might the II.human frame,&c. for (} Editors, postmasters: others, are
Biography the
t ; especially
,> art and when in- young.
danger, would repeat an respectfully invited to act as agents.
but the rich III. Any
nothing dazzling colors and Geography ; accounts of places,man
1SI which he person who remits ten dollars will
ejaculation or prayer, firmly believed I elaborate workmanship of Chinese furni have ten
ners, customs &c.
j|| would save him from ail human det copies. forwarded him. Persons remitting
The reward ture and ornaments were to be seen-lamps IV. Travels and Voyages ;, in various one dollar will have eight numbers sent.-
riment. of 4500
was paid by of the world.V. .
of the most gorgeous construction hanging parts All distant communications
to be nodrcsscd!
r' Governor
: Coppinger for the killing of Cant down from the ceiling, and! the heat of Lively.descriptions of curiosities s to the editor, No. G Cortlandt street, New

t L :* lgtu.t which when lighted sets in motion anum"ber of nature and. art ; in each of the United York, (and must be post paid.)) Yearly subscribers .

I -+- of curious images-norcclain vases filled States, and in other countries. to commence with 1\ o.1.
It}
MURDER IN CORNWALL.A with exquisitely beautiful flowers lacquered VI. Lessons on objects that daily sur *'** The editor has great pleasure in being-'

moat horrible and cold blooded mur4erwas tables covered with round children in the parlor, nursery, gar. able to.announce the approbation of many
gold ornaments den&c. Accounts of trades and ,
perpretrated in tho of Saint employ eminent medical gentlemen to the plan cX
parish in relief; ottomans;cushioned chairs, models ments. this publication.

! Martin, near Looe,Cornwall, on Thursday of junks and pagodas screens at the VII. Particular duties-of the young;. to

i morning, by John Henwood. It appeared windows spread over with figures of birds parents,, teachers, brothers,sisters, &c.. *
that on the day question,the son had been and flowers, and paintings that might vie VIII. Bible lessons and
tt work in one of his father's fields} ,prepar- with the colors of Titian, steel mirrors,. Narratives ; such as are well authen ,.

ing lime for manure; this he did not do as guitars and work-boxes in profusion-in I ticated, original tales.X. .

he ought. Ilia father nn going his rounds short, the most felicitous arrangement of Parables.fables, and proverbs, where r r s; .

on horseback, remonstrated with him in a superb objects brought out purposely for the morals obvious and excellent.

mild manner. Shortly after this the son Miss Mo/fc chambers,reminding us of the XI. Poetry ; adapted to the youthful ca HOUSE formerly occupied by
left the field, and proceeded, home distance pacityand feelings. THE
a I compliment which Napoleon so delicately Giger, situate on Whiteheads
I i of at 'least three quarters of a mile. I paid to Maria Louisa,, when on her arrival XII. Intelligence ; embracing Street. For terms, apply toDec.

He then went up stairs to his room, when he at Paris on her marriage, she found the of ble Juvenile occurrences.books, societies, andremarka- 27, 1D34. [lltf] JOHN C1GFR.Wm. .

was heard opening his trunk,and from which identical furniture,, down to the birdcage .
very
H'is expected he took some powder. lIe she had left at her boudoir in her Many of these subjects'will be illustrated II. Shaw! Jvs
then went to the ox-etall,where there by numerous-and beautiful engravings, prepared '
wis a palace of Schoenbrunn at Viena. As MissAfong.Moyhad In Attachment.
the best
fowling-piece and which he by artists, and selected witha John
must have loa Harris. I
)
not yet completed her toilette view .
not only to adorn the work \
but
ded, for the shot belt was found to defendant ana all interested
the will
near which understand THE ,
the
, we consumes about improve taste, cultivate the mind and
pot. From 'thence his foot marks were four hours, (think of that, ye fashionable ': raise the affections of the- youth to been notice, that the above suit has
appropriate .
commenced
I traced by the sido of the by attachment in the Superior
"
hedges of three damesof Gotham!) we availed ourselves-pf and worthy object We would ,' Cuurt for the Southern
fields and an orchard, until ho arrived at a the interval,and of Capt. Obear's politeness, make them better children, better brothers, Florida, and they are District of
turning in the lane through which he knew better sisters, better pupils, better associates required to appearand
' to examine the interesting objects above plead' to the- declaration at the
next
his father and in the
end
would come and there it is better citizens.
; sup- mentioned, which form a perfect Chinese We term of said'cuurt. A. GORDON,
be bad beg the friends of
posed not been long before his vic education, especially [oct. 15.13m
]
tim-his venerable museum, alone worth double the price of parents and teachers, to view the Atty. for Pl'ff.
parent-must have presented admission At length her ladyship was matter in this light. Let children look "
himself. At Oliver O'Hara
this
upon 1-
t place, which is announced and herself the pictures ,
presented in the not as pictures
bear half a mile from the house the but let merely ; vs. > In A tlachmen'.
; them
hedge rich be
b rather costume of a Chinese lady-an outward taught to study them. What John Harris. \
high and here t
he rested the fow- mantle of silk can be, more rich valuable materials for
blue i instructive
sumptuously embroidered t defendant, and all interested
will
11ng in
-piece, order to take a more deliberate lessons than THE ,
a good
;, and yellow silk pantaletts from engnying1'After notice, that the
aim, ai is shown the this brief above suit has
by marks. The explanation of
old poor beneath the ample folds ot which peeped and our; pri nci been commenced by attachment the Superior
left breast gentleman received the charge in his her tiny little feet, not over four inches in of pIes all *vbo purposes receive, we ask the co-operation Court for the Southern District of
this
four ciroular.
of the shots Will
\ going through length the whole of the you Florida, and they arc to
his heart and curious shoe inclu aid us by yaur influence in thii required appear
I"'r ; ev.eraillhots penetrated the ded. Her head has a profusion of jet black the formation of mind and character great work, and plead to the declaration at the next
i Deck .of the for the
,; poor animal he term of said court. A. GORDON
I was riding hair ,
combed from her rising generation Will
upward
fine foreheadand assist
which you us all in
[oct. 15 13m
immediately
:
]
Pl'ff.
galloped oft"for the farm Atty.for, )
where its sudden brunette temples, and filled on the top your power, in our endeavors to introduce:
i jta appearance,together with with bouquets of artificial flowers and large to American schools, parlors, and firesides, James Wheeler )
state,was the first stimulus to a the stories and lessons of .
suspicion Parley's
of the gold pins, which dress wo suppose will be Magazine va > In Attachment.
cause;when a search was set on foot henceforward Every single number of the new volume John Harris.
the
and the old man found weltering in bis stood motionless quite ton. Miss Mov will have a strong paper cover, abundantly l TIfEdefendantaflsi interested, will
almost for
\ some time amt sufficient to
>lood. The inhuman eon was preserve the work in good order the above suit has
instantly ling graciously, but.scarcel her for binding, and for-use
suspected which suspicion was confirmed inclining in schools. been commenced, attachment in tbe Superior
Jy hu absence search then head more than a mandarin image, whilewe The yearly subscription being one dollar Court for the Southern District of
j
was made for with our multiplied bows and our friends will perceive the Florida sad
1. him but to no purpose. On attitudes impracticability they are required to appear
t nooq he presented himself Friday after- and gesticulations, seemed quite ludicrous of keeping open so many thousand ac and plead to the declaration at the next

farmer. who was with Mr. Jewry, a in an attempt to be excessively polite. Her counts. It is therefore indispensable that term of said court. A. GORDON,
bailey in a his people cutting quiet demeanor and imperturablecomposurer we should require payment always in ad [oct. 15 13m] Atty. for Prff.WE .
neighboring vance. '
field
at the
Q 'time asking for some cider, for, he said same he quite without overpowered roach us. She then walked Two numbers more will close the first are authorized to announce Colonel

was thirsty. He then expressed an inten seeming difficult) to her cush year, and we now give notice that all who JAMES GADSDEN candidate
ioned chair as a
4 tion to go home, and see his mother but on the platform, and there sat desire-to continue the MagazinemaYligni.. to represent the Territory of Florid ain
this firmer Jewry dissuaded him from in silent and quiet repose for us to gaze at. fy their intentions by a seasonable advance the 24th Congress of the United States.WE .

ring him at the same time to ,desi- She i if short,but rather robust in stature ; I for the second )ear. ....--
Km to his accompany : her features are pleasing,her forehead If any of the subscribers should not re-
; (Jewry) house, and be would highI ceive all their are authorized to announce Colonel
numbers
and
I
give him something to eat and drink protuberant, and her face round and the post master to they can request JOSEPH! WHITE as a candid
a ,which full,with two notify us of such as are ate to
he did. In Ute meantime the farmer languishing black eyes placed missing, and they shall be represent the Territory of Florida,
sent with the sent again free of in the
24th of tbe United States
peculiar
one of his servants for a constable. Tho obliquity of the outer :. charge. Congress /

farmer ventured to ask him where he had angle, which characterizes the Mongolian Ten copies free of postage.

secreted himself when be said, "in the variety of the humanrace from which this (ErTo:: accommodate associationsschools WE arc authorizeo to announce Majoc.
WILLIAM WYATT
: people as candidate
are a
copse close by,"and about three fields from descended. Miss M0y is, as and individuals,for the distribution,we will to represent tbe Territory of Florida
where he confewed he maLthered Com the above exceeding deliver at any post office in the ,
shot his fattier- States United in the 24th Congress of the Ulited States
Soon after this the constable arrived with an interpreter bS free of postage, ten copies to one
be evinced and doubtless she understands address for ten dollars remitted are authorized to
notb*** more at his well the la n- to us without WE announce Colonel
than lf JLW0 IU other presence 'page of pantomime,if her young cost. LILL Y, WAIT & CO WILLIAM B. NUTTALL u a.
then wherethe. 1 person. He was trust countenance does not belie snir Boston, Feb. 15. candidate to represent the Territory of|
her
t gunwas.and the pow. Those who Florida,in the 24th Congress of the United'States.
deri- horn,Nben be described the v. uwKa hope to make M j I;: .

sledge) Without the leut hesitationwhe spot ear pression on.this,young lady,must be panic CHEAT'YALUABLEsNnINTERESTINGWO tt" ...

.theTwere 'bbtla found 'IriS uncle to re uhrlj cautious and delicate, in their apl The Family Phyticianand Gazette of Hu 'r H E SUBSCRIBER respectfully in.

fit k d bioi.Vltf ft had c\ooe'lO preaches. She is it is said, much pleased man Life forms his friends and tbe public, that

I \ ,pOOr old father!" d'hereplied .1 to his with our country, and not at all homesick Being a Library of Health he il prepared to do all kinds of JOB PRIN.
ought L She and Hygenie.. TING He
her hopes
life by attention business
passes at her and
\, tp hays done it before. A cor'oner'sh u>- tambour toilette, or at her 01 Popular and General Medical to merit a liberal .t
patronage
sleeps coach
; and eats IS Knowledge, .
rendered
we do- familiar to
J individual : every J. dTKiiSSOI.oa ) )! .
h! \ embractAgerery subject c I KeyVest, Nor. I.DEATII .

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