Key West enquirer
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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: March 21, 1835
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042438
oclc - 33270645
notis - AKN0302
lccn - sn 95026781
System ID: UF00049046:00024

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"3PIIK KNQUIRJ3R. dissemination of sound\ political knowledge 11- ;'

among them, and.lcipg actuated by a sin .1,
Published! every Saturday, at FlVF DOL. TE cero desire to advante'tlie cause of State t

CARS per:annum. Rights and Constitutional:Liberty, we shall I 11

AnvEaTiiKNtr.N'Ts inserted at the rate of 'support the doctrines: of ,the ,State, Rights 1.i u
One Ppllar.and fifty Cents per square, for Party of Georgia, as set forth in the Virginia I I i I.1
the first insertion, and Scvenlv-Fivc Cents, ENOVRE1I'bfttb arid Kentucky: Resolutions of 179899andtvhichweresotratmphantlymaintained- l' '
for each subsequent continuance. All Ad. 'J r

vcrthemcnts( will he continued until otherwise .. by the State of Georgia in 1025-6, and '7j "t t '

ordered. None will be consideredless and thereby awfot.in! perpetuating: the inestimable l; I ,
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less( ; n square.: blessings we enjoy under our pres! ,r tJ'I, i
No subscription will be discontinued nub 13ttbIt LtCb bit!! I. tttunOtt. cut form .of government, and which are I 1 ,d ,1'. '

unless at the option of tho Editor, until all -_ -'. guaranteed,unto (S,so long a'"each' department 'ii t I

arrears are paid. VOL 1. RR\\VE. T, SATi1It1)At':1LUftC11: ; 21, 1833. NO. ...1 of her ia kept within its legitimate ',1
Ml letters to the Editor on business, sphere of action. We are in favor of a r 1 '
must bo Post, Paid. -- strict construction of the Constitution and I ,a

..__ ,_ __ ', -. _- __J assessed by jury, and shall moreover be Small fonts, suitable for Book-binders,, opposed to all systems which,have for their ', Ii i J. '
For the information: of Mariners generally; liable to a suit on behalf of any party aggrieved in great variety, may be had. when called object the taxing of the many for the bene t \t(,, ', ,

we have procured from the Collector the on the bond so as hereinbefore provided, for. fit of the few, or of laying restrictions uppu #V!, ,

F following schedule of the situation of the to be executed by him. Olden from all parts of the Union will be Commerce or domestic industry-and! shall ,', ;'.
Light Houses along the Florida shore, Sec. 4. Re it further enacted, That if any promptly and most carefully attended to, resist all encroachments by the Federal i r: "j
under his supcrintencc. person except such as may havo been appOinted and particularly in supplying SORTS for all Government on tho rights of the States and ,III 1 t I

CAPE FLORIDA LIGHT.-Stationary as aforesaid, and have complicdwithall fonts furnished by their predecessors, Bin the liberties the People. But whilst vie 1 '

-Situated on the South side of Key Biscayne conditions specified in the second section ny fc Ronaldson, and Richard Honaldson. thus express our presence for the principles '" t
about 400 yards from the beach.- of this act, shall charge any compensation Stereotyping all its branches, executed of the State Right Party of Georgia '

The Light i may be considered 70 feet above forscrviccshe may perform as pilot, he by L. Johnson, as heretofore. wo shall support that party only so long a* I" "

the level of the sea. distant from the gulf shall docmcd guilty of high misdemeanor, JOHNSON! &: SMITH.No. they adhere to those principles,-onr motto \ ;
stream about miles. Vessels drawing 10 and on conviction thereof, shall be fined ina G, George St. Philadelphia, 1833. being emphatically u Principles, not men," '
feet may approach within 2 1-2 miles of the sum not exceeding treble the amount of f Q:7 Publishers of Newspapers who i !lertUIIJ and our ambition to do and sustain right.

light' Lat. 25 47 N-Long.; CO 42 W. compensation received by him to be asses- advertisement, and forward a paper As we design making the Mercury a vehicle LIGHTSHIP( ,FLORIDA situated sed by a jury ; provided that tbis act shall containing it to J. & S. will be entitled to of general information to all classes of the f "fI \ I '

on Carysford's Reef, near the site of the not bo held to extend to the master or mar $3, payable in settlement of their accounts ccmmunity, we shall at all times endeavor ,' ; r': f I'-

old one, in I.at.l25 08 N.Long. 8027 W. inerofany licensed wrecking vessel, on when their bills amount to not less than$10.J. to present to our patrons, regardless of labor ". ,{!
It is easily distinguished, as two distinct he Florida Rccf.on board of any such wrecking & S. or expense, the latest Commercial 'i 'I' ; ,1\\

lights are sownvtlich) can :generally be vessel, or on board of any vessel which Political Intelligence, both Foreign andDomestic ; '

seen at the distance of 12 miles. Its object has been cast a.vay, unless such vesselso R P.. WHITE & WILLIAM HAGAR ; with as great a variety of Lit. ;,1 ,
is to warn vessels from the dangerousrocks cast away has been spoken by a regular ESPP.CTFULLY Inform the Printersof crary and Miscellaneous matter as our Jim- .I" ':" f,
and shoal near which it is placed. pilot, at least six triles from the light house the United States, to whom they have its will permit. Our columns will remain r l

KEY( WEST LIGHT-Stands on the on tho Island of ivey West. long been individually known as established open to tho temperate discussion of any I "

S. West Point of the Island, of Key West, Sec. 5. bit further enacted, That all Letter Founders, that they have now form. subject connected with'the public good, excluding I"1 f'\I';i h'\ i'
is in Lat. Z-J331-2N.-I.ong.81 52 1-2 suits and prosecutions provided fur in this ed a co-partnership in said l business, and all scurrillity and personal spleen ; ? I

W. ; erected for the purpose of guiding vessels act,shall be had in the Superior Court of hope from their united skill and experience, In 5nc, whatever will be productive of speedily ,f : I

I when entering the harbor ; the direc- the County aforesaid, or before the Judge to be able to give satisfaction to nil who rendering beneficial the varied natural i :

tions for which are :as follows : Bring thelight thereof Chambers.Sec. may favor them with orders. advantages of our State, elevating the com. lit r : '
to bear: N. N. W. and the Sand Key C. Bo it further enacted, That the The introduction of machinery in placeof mercial character of our city, or meliora) : l t / ,; '
Light: to bear W. S. W. and you cross the following fees and rates of pilotage be allow the tedious and unhealthy practice of ting the moral, social and political condt. ,I :, ',

Beef; in about 5 fathoms water ; run for Key cd to each and pilot,first for piloting every casting type by hand longa desideratum by tion of our people,will meet with our ardent : ; .,'

West Light until within two miles, then and conducting a ship or vessel in or out, the ,Eurepean and American Founders,was, and humble support. t; I !

steer N. W.; until open Flecming's Key ovev any partof the Florida Pecf. Secondly by American ingenuity and a heavy expenditure CONDITIONS. \,
which is a Mangrove you Island in the northern ,from any part of the said Reef to the port of time and money, on the part of our The Savannah Mercury will be published f

of the harbor and then run for it. of Key West, or to Indian Kcj. or thirdly senior partner, first successfully accomplish daily throughout year, on a super royal ,,\ i ,) ,

The part best anchorage is in the upper part of through either of the channels leading into ed. Extensive use of the machine cast lot sheet, at Seven Dollars per annum, payable 'I,.'.,' I '
the harbor. Height of the Light House the port or harbor of Key West aforesaid ter, has fully tested and established its su semi-annually advance. :, I j
wit. for foot of water which such periority in particular that The Mercury for the Co will be '
from the level of the sea, 83 feet 6 inches. to every every over cast jo try pub I ," ,
ship or vessel may draw, the sum of two dollars by the old process. lished to meet the,arrangement of the mail :'f i ,
Light SAND Stationary KEY LIGHT-Revolving once and for every day for which such pilot The Letter Foundry business will hereafter three times a week at the office of the Savannah ,!f'' t He + *?

in 64 seconds. It i is the best light on the may be detained or employed on board sncli be carried on by the patties before Mercury, and will 'he sent to all I
coast S.V. by S. from Key West Light. ship or vessel, tho further sum of twodol- named under the firm of WhiteHagar&co.Their parts of the Union,or delivered ir tbeCity,' hat
; exhibits Four Dollars annum' in aoV; ,
specimen a series payable
complete per a i"
Lat. 24 2G N-Long- 81 57 W., situated lars.Sec.
the Reef. The Light 70 feet 7. Be it further enacted That every from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. Tho Book vance, or Five at the expiration of six t 'I ..
directly above the on vessel bound either to Indian Key or to Key and News type being in the most modern months. It will contain all the Intelligence* I'' 'nl''

: TORTUGAS sea. LIGHT West, except a licensed wrecking vessel, light and style. Commercial, Political, Literary and Miscellaneous :?I : ',
-Stationary-on I
I Islands the and refusing! to receive a pilot on board, White, Hagar &: Co. are agents for the including advertisements, pub-, j .
of the Dry Tortugas near -
one shall, ifspoken by said pilot six miles respectively sale of the Smith and Rust Printing Presses fished in the daily paper. i'' r
of the Reef Lat. 24
western extremity ,
from Indian Key aforesaid, or which they can furnish to their customers Advertisements will be conspicuously In'I; ,! .;
31 N,-Long. 83 10 W. from the said Light House on the Island of at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, sorted io both papers,at 75 cents per square'' ,r) : i '' ,

AT-TUB MOUTH OFST.JOIIN'S Key West he neverthelessand it is hereby Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every of fourteen Hues, for tho first insertion, anAl I '.J?.Jtlmtf..c.en .
made subject to pay full rates of pilotage as article used in the Printing Business, kept and a half cents, for each uccccding I \1
though; such pilot had been taken on board, for sale,and furnished' on the shortest no. publication. :: : I
new light house has recently been but if not spoken more than three miles! re tice. Old typo taken in exchange for new All communications by mail, nut bl! I ;1, "
the River ,
of St. John's
erected at the mouth the spectively from the abovementioncd places, at 9 cents per pound.N. I post paid, I, 'j I ,
illumined first ,
E. F. which was '
then and in case of such refusal as aforesaid B. Newspaper Proprietors who give CHEAP, VALtTADLEANDINTEal.STINQ"'OB&:! : +) .
time, on the liUh Dec. last. she shall be liable to pay half pilotage, andno the above three insertions, will bo entitled The Family Physician and Gazfttc of MU-, F" i '
Wo have been politely fornislled, by ap
'to Five Dollars in such articles as they :
more. may I
intelligent ship master, with the following See. 8. Be it further enacted, That no select from our specimen. man Health Life ,\ f..,J l',' 1 ,
and Being a Library of and Hygeme,
directions bearings : shall bo demandable for piloting and New York,1833. ; .
Bring the light house! to Leax S. by \V. fees and of Popular and General Medic). H t I
fathoms Water and make for conducting any vesselif the same be spoken -- Knowledge, rendered familiar to everr I: 'l ",
half W. in four at a less distance than three miles from the PROPOSALSFOR \ 1'l '
it. This will carry: a vessel drawing.8 or Indian individual embracing every subject coo- f
house aforesaid from Key i '
light or
3 feet, safely in at high water. Continue provided, that this secticn shall not beheld PUBLISHING IN KEY WEST, nccted with the prevention, treatment, .1 'n. \'
course for the light; until you have 4 and cure of diseases-the Qualities 'of I ,
Sour to extend to any vessel going: or coming A NEWSPAPERTo their and ill .
fathoms and haul N. W. by W. for the medicines- jjood effects bo
up the northwest of the harbor 1 '
house through passage health-tee ingredients of secret or pattcnt ,\ f
mouth of the river. If the large on
he of Key West' when spoken at the distance EE ENTITLED THE, medicines-the true principles eat*i :I ,
the starboard side of the river can seen
of two miles and :a half from said light ; ,
aver the north point of the beach, bring to KEY WEST ENQUIRER. ing and drinking, creating and drinkvQCj ;,
bear S. W. by W half W. and run for it until house. to l live-domestic ,cookery-:chcmwlry.--*j It II ,.:. it
Sec 9* Be it further enacted, That in t
and a great variety of curious, ,valuable
of the .
tho above bearing
you get the event ofany master of a vessel refusingto THE UNDERSIGNED begs leave re- and interesting knowledge,of the highest'importance '
I' ,
then run for it as above directed and you for his services tho amount to offer prepositions to this j '
pay any pilot to all, and hitherto. hidden'1from J' '
that .fI ;
will have the greatest: depth of water offccs heroin before provided, such pilot enlightened public, to publish a weekly the mass of mankind. '. t

there is on the bar. may, at hisdiscretion, sue out from the office newspaper under the above title. It shall Contributed to by a number of practising J' 0
This! light house will be of great impor- of the clerk of said court an attach- l>e principally devoted to Commercial Physicians. s. u !

tance. No notice, has, to our knowledge The ment returnable immediately to the said telligence-party controversy shall be ttirely The object of this work is to present every i '
been of its erection. consequence
published of\vessois' court,or to the Judge thereof) Chambers excluded. subject connected with diseases and ita h

1 tare been has deceived been, that, and masters in one !instance, a I afta'nsttbe vessel piloted spoken, which shall The undersigned is fully aware of the treatment, which, by its simplicity and per !'
in Chambers
said ,
the Judge
Court or plcuity of its details, shall enable all.who
of tho task ho is about undertaker
for another light, difficulty to
TcsscI mistook the object I to t
summarily and without jury, proceed examine wish, to be thoroughly 'Informed iQ this most'interestiag ;
and ran to St. Augustine, can.ing a delay into the facts and law of the case, and in consideration ,of his want of and important'of sciences. ,

reaching her destination of several days. and decide accordingly to its merits but if experience, has: obtained tho polite offer of 1 lie advantages of such a publication to, ;l

AN ACT to provide for tho appointment the said vessel so assisted or spoken, shall assistance from friends, whoso age and all tanks of society' need not be insisted upon i

of Pilots, and to regulate the rules of not be within the jurisdiction of tl-e court, i qualifications render them competent to since they must suggest tbenmlvcs to,r '

Pilotage: at the port of Key West,and for the said court or Judge in Chambers shall I the task. For his own part, he pledges every reflecting mind. Under the influ* ,,' I t ; y i .

ether purposes. and may on the return of the attachment, himself, that:' so fcr as his health and enco of the diffusion sound medical know'P: J
\ Sen. 1. Be it enacted<< by the Governor proceed in like manner, EX-PARTE, and decide strength will permit-the public may rely ledge among all classes,empiricism must,bet il I
Council of the Territory of .
and accordingly. tie weapons .
I.egislativn disarmed of dangerous ; t II
the in the
Florida, That from and after the passage of Passed Feb. 634. upon utmost regularity publication which it wan so IliccelsleI1ar.IDd the life'., ?
this act,the Governor of the said Territory JOlINVARREN., of thepapcr.: of man; the abusive employment of 'med{- 1 19h i
he and he n hereby authorised, by and withthe I Pres. Legislative Council.Approved Great pains will be taken to obtain the cues so baneful to health,will give place to "t \ *

advice and conscntof said Council, during Feb. 15,1034TYPE :! earliest and most correct intelligence of the rational administration ,of.. [remedialagents \

its annual scssion,to appoint such number Wrecks and Wrecked Property, and also and the.scientific. tcdexpelitnced-:' 0,1.;!,i? ,
of Pilo'.. for the port and harbor of Key r-i' FOUNDRY reports of vessels passing near the Florida physician will be aided in bis effort to al I ; :,
northeasterly .ELAVING Purchased of Mr. RICHARD Nothing ,
West, and the adjacent coast in a Heel 3-iato the sufferings of humanity.
direction from said city, and the extreme RONALDSON his long established and tht undertaking that can add to the,utility of the work, V .
northern limits of the.County of Monroe very extensive Type Foundry the subscribers ( T-GENTUSMEN friendly' shall neglected. 'Thc.priccli.let of d tt'r : i,

,as ho! may deem-necessary! expedient, have formed a co-partncjsbip for the will please receive i : subscript'o and !. and regimen shall i lerplamcd: and r, 1
and advisable, provided the number so appointed purpose of continuing said business, and for forward: the names (o lie Tiditor as soon as application enforced; ; The Ingredients of t a ,, '
io any one year shall not exceed the convenience: of their friends and patrons possible. secret remedielbtnbCinDaDdtbewbol. "'i I* t ,

twelve. ,have removed _their establishment.. h ,_ to a I .J. ATKINSON. subject of roateria medica shall be d scuucd" ) I, '
Sec.. Be it further cnacted,Th3: such more central part of the city: AS u is their October U 1834 I and explained in lucid and simple style. '' L

pilots to appointed, before entering on the intention to keep on band a good assortment -- .. 3rA premium of $100 will be awarded r t, !
discharge of their duties as such shall each of the best type and to make such additions PROSPECTUS, to the writer of the beat es ay (not exceeding it ; \ .J ,
as the taste of the trade 4 to i. r "1,
become bound in an bligatiori with one or and improvements or TUB 20 pages octavo) on the advantages .
more good :and sufficient securities to be and the wants of the country require, they AV.AliNAl1l\1ERCURY. I the community of the general diffusion of, '\ ',
approved of by the board of wardens, ora flatter themselves that this establishment medical bowled,.. Thees-aya are to be. i!

majority of them,forlho port and harbor aforesaid will merit a large share of patronage. Theyhave ? 4 OAUT MORNIHO FApra, I directed, post paid, to the editor, in all' of ,' ,
in the sum of one thousand dollars, now several font on hand, which can Devoted to Commerce-Agriculture-Pol. June next. '. I .
conditioned for the faithful, diligent, and be luroUhcd at a few hour notice, and aro itics-Literature-and General The award of tbo premium w Jl dependupon lC \t; t

'able performance of their dlltiesw hiCb; bond prepared to make fonts ol all weights and Iq telligence.T the decision of seveial,cmjnent 'pbji '. \ I, ,:' ,

when oxecuted .hatt, -nD1edia'cly bo placedon << sizes, from Pearl to 22 line Pica Includinga be cdlijd and pvbluhed.in! the >city.ofSaeaitaab iciatis; .- 1 l'

file to, the office of the Clerk of the Supc- great variety of HrnamenUl Letter.-mass _, Geo. .. (:: -Editors, postmasters;and> others, are g i I' t. ti '
the cost Their assortment of Cuts abd Dashes, Invited to act st agent, Anyperson 'f'
at respectfully
-f icr Court of said Couoty, proper be found to BY mi. BALD WIN HARRISON. '
Rule and other ornaments will "bor.mite ten dollar will have tea y I
of inch presentinto JlJe public the f '
: pilot. prpipectus
extensive, of which specimens forwarded him. Persons t ) 1
enacted, That in bo very copies remitting }
Sec. :3. Do It further of the Savannah Mercury, juit regard
forwarded to Printers as soon as they will bate numbers a.llt>- ; t!
insobriety bo I' dollar eight
joy event oldie unfaitkfulaess, for the feelings those ve expect to aJ ', f
he shallupon can be prepared. All distant communications to be aadre" 1 '
ir of pilot which tune t'
criminal negligence any description, serve,u well as a compliance I New: i
the petition twenty respectable Printing Presses of every hat it to give to the editor,No. 6 Cortlaodt street f
any Ink of the most approvcd qualities, : sanction-renders! necessary Yearly tubscriben : .
of the Printing wbkh shall York (and t paid.) '
citizens of said city,or of a majority a brief sypopsif of the principles commence .
Imposing '
Sticks Brass I with No. I.
laid board ofw.\rdens.e appointed to the Composing Galleys rovc'rn us In our editorial duties-We are to r ,
from of- Stones, Cases Paper and Press Boards I I %*The editor has great pleasure in being 1 i t fable
Governor to tint effectbe removed with j mpressea'sitb tie belief that in a goverament I of % I f<
agaiMtbj Standing Presses Furniture, together of the Lib* to announce the approbstioe many HI
fice.and besides be proceeded need like oursthe; preservation !
may assortment of all articles : (o the pUn of
indictment as in ordinaryc aces; of mwdu ; a complete "constantly j erties of tbePcoplernainly depend on their eminent medical gentlemen ,I t tY
Office will be kept I
in sum ia a Printing and the this publication
nv-uorand on caurk.lioa, lined & 1' I virtue, intelligence and patriotism
dothr ." ; t4 -'r, flgt
fief exceeding one. .r -us.n1 ,Y

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... ,I lowing ,M ta amendment to Mr...Adams1 Feriy'mndDecaftutttGL&Uoon' board: of tins t
a?-? r 1.11 1 .-=: r:'.!. .ought to bo made France.11
l..1. TIIE .ENQUIRE' T .. growing out of out'tclations' with or.tho .I Resolved, That: in tbojust expectation Tho Montavidian brig"Rio do la Plata* '
; asked permission
Mr. Ed ward'Everett the minority that the Government of Franco will have! was: brought into Brazil a few days since b*
on wnnrEitKAD: tr.) House to submit the views for the Engli-A corvette "Raleigh: "
runuU&D wuactr ,As made, or will make, provision carrying with 60f
AT Five DOt.r..tRS! PER A.1IflWM. of the Committee in he would a report.not call into effect the treaty of Indemnity, of July Slavct somewhat
b.ft but s map of buT life-- Cowr&K. it was this long time., The minoritydid .1831,this House: will forbear at present to : x good one, consequently the! must be nl.!
What for its reading at
the sub- lowed to in short time
essentially differ in their adopt Any measure in relation to depart a -the English -
he' said
have burned their
fingers several
T'E.1IDAY times
IN views Of'the subject' from the did'! majority ;but I ject."Mr.. Patton,cf Virginia,submitted resolutions in this way, they lately had to pay upwardsof
not fully concur
on ono or two points they but did two thousind! pounds sterling for the
February 27, 183g. fad to the following effect, not detention
with the majority, and they thoughtit
of vessel' under similar
.' full and historical press them to vote.. circumstances.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.FJUNCB. view proper of the to take subject a more than: had been taken by That the claims of our citizens for reparation .-Cow. 4 Enq. *
under the of 1831 foun .
wrz'u FJUNCB. : treaty are
tho majority. and and that their Mat do wMit.-Mr.Editor.i \
the Committee on ded in right justice, -Maht: ,
r Mr. Camb'releng.from The following are tho closing paragraphof lidity had been rendered inviolable by the I. persons"whatshall. we do with itf'whcn:
the following ie- .
t Foreign Relations, made the report of the minority,and embracesthe convention between the two countries. we persuade them to abandon ardent spirits

port : which was read :Foreign Affairs, lo conclusion of the Committee. (That, at present, this House ought not< I answer destroy your enemies with it. The

The Committee on "Sin______tho--- forcDoin:! views ,on this important _n- 'n kinitnn lie linnn (lint Fr:1nroVouM house of an innkeeoet. of mv_ ftMntint..__.. &
much of --- -- - ,
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referred so
which was as concerns our rOLt'lcal question were prepared, a messagehas persevere i in hr intention to do justice; ,and was very much infested with vermin. He J

relation dent' ,Message with France, and the correspon: been sent by the President to the House that it would be inexpedient at present to resorted to many different methods; bat
of Representatives, and referred: to this could not destroy them. At
dcnco between the Ministers of the two take any action upon the subject. length Lc
Governments, submits the following report: Committee; containing official intelligenceof "Mr. Cambreleng offered the following thought of the effects ardent spirts had

"At an early period of the sessaon, the the recall of, the French Minister ; of' as a substitute for his first resolution and upon two legged customers, and he resolvedto
Committee took into consideration the question the tender of passports made to Mr. Livingston asked Mr.Adams to accept it: make an experiment. Accordingly he

authorizing reprisals,and''continued ,by the French Minister of Foreign "Resolved, That in tho opinion} of this prepared a pan: of black-strap, set it in the

from time to time discussing various motions Affairs i ; and of the presentation of a bill, House,the treaty of 4lh July 1831, should I cellar;, and waited the result The ..next
and resolutions, submitted bv its dif. for the execution of tho treaty, to the be maintained, and its execution insisted morning lie! found fourtetn large rats lying

ferent members. They! could Chamber of Deputies. The President also on at all hazards. helpless around the pan. It'1s needless to- ,
? that informs the House, that he has directedMr. add he pursued this device until his !
concur in no proposition; and, in condition Mr. Cambreteng in offering this resolution house a
a majority deemed it expedient to Livingston, to leave France with tho l said, 'ho would remark that it was an was clear of rats: and mice. .
postpone their decision till further intelli legation, in case the bill for executing the extract from the Report of the Minority A iarrocrts corn was much annoyed ly &

genre should received from'France. The treaty, should be rejected by the Chamber. and that ho believed every one of the.Committee I bear, which ho was unable to destroy uuil

Committee had,within the week p:1sttwice: Notwithstanding these occurrences,Mr.Livingston (with one exception) would vote for I ho thought of rum. lie procured \'esselof

instructed its chairman.to report resolutions, ,from the full means of informai i it. If this was adopted,ho would move to well sweetened rum, and the neat morning

but the arrival of addi intelligence, tion possessed 'by him at Pans. expresses lay his own 3d resolution on the table; as Bruin was too rich and hnppv: to
of these untilan the opinion that the bill will become a law. second stand A few have
caused a suspension reports on the there would be no dispute. go : found that corn,
official communication should be received On tho supposition that such may be the Mr. Adams accepted the modification strongly saturated with rum, will takeaway

from the Executive. That communication fact,the incidents connected with the interruption "Mr. Chilton moved to amend this resolution the uso of leg and wing from crows.

places the relations between the two of tho usual diplomatic intercourse I. by striking out the word "at all One old farmer told mo last summer that '

countries in a novel and interesting position. between the two countries do not. hazards,"but he was declared out of order. grasshoppers loved it too NoI sag;neither

While there is satisfactory evidence that the seem to require tho legislative action of "The question then stood on the resolu- throw away nor bum ardent! spit its;nor

French Government earnestly desires that Congress ; especially the Executive has tion of Mr. Cambreleng, which had been for conscience's sake murder human,beings
taken the which ,
thdappropriat'ron'fbr: indemnity should bo steps were_deemed proper Mr Adam with it but bears
on the occasion.: accepted by as a modification, ; destroy grasshoppers, ,and
made in pursuance of the stipulations of subject however, to the amendment of Mr. crows. Foxes, I presume,arc too cunning
It is not to be
the .treaty '; and while there is reason to expected that in the Archer. to drink it.-Vermont Chronicle.
the Chamber of will" few days which remain of the official I
hope, that Deputies season, h Before .
question wISfaken
Mr. E.
adopt this measure, and faithfully dischargethe intelligence will reach us, that the any ,
Everett said "he POISONING
understood that FOR LO"E.-A
obligations of France to the U. States question is finally; disposed of. The un- an express young manly
tit had arrived
with late from the name of Smith, of Hatfield for ,whom
intelligence ,
is on the other hand, to be feared that dersigned are willing, with the American !
France, and he moved that the "the course of true love did
Minister at Paris I Committee run
the conduct of that Government has placedin to anticipate, that theI
least bill for executing the will become rise for the purpose of making a motion smooth," undertook to put 'on end to 'his
at treaty
3 position embarrassing, even a i
law. that tho House take a recess of an hour pangs, on Mondy week, by arsenic. His
should' it not' produce an entire suspensionof : Tne-contrary, however, is possible, I
Diplomatic intercourse between the two and in this event, the.action'of Congress and a half vith a view to give members[ an Dulcinca lived in Hadley, where ho soughther

nations. In this new position of our resolutions will be required. It is however at all times opportunity of learning what this had for the last time, and,told the story of

,it is deemed expedient to dispense I difficult to provide for events future and brought. his love. It was: Sunday night, that witch
with further contingent with The motion prevailed; tho Committeerose ing time for lovers. f.iheVlS obdurate( ,
discussion on the subject of great precision, by acts of t
j non-intercourse with, and reprisals on the provisional legislation, a strong one would and Mr.E. Everett submitted his motion upon which the cnarnoratu in her presence
of a recess,but withdrew U tu enable drew from his pocket that sentimental and
commerce of France, to which the attention grow out of the want of time properly to .
tho : the speaker to present a communication compendious instrument, with which her
of the Committee had been directed, mature measures which might be suggested. "
and to leave the question of our political from Hon. John Ewing,member from Indiana had so.often cut'his bread and cheese-ijacUmfc

relations with that Government to the nextCongresses "Should not intelligence reach its kcibre )()}ogia,.ng. to- the Houso and his con --:and gave the lady dueuoticc that

whose action will no doubt be the close of the session, requiring the immediate stituents for his absence, which ho stafal} lie iibould proceed to put his throar. She

governed by the course which France may action of the legislature. the subject to have: been caused' by a severe injury in did not jtiko some other damsel) requesthim. -

deem inexpedient to pursue. We are not will be in tho disposal of tho succee flicted upon him by Lieutenant Lane, U. S. to wok till she could get a pail, fot

yet informed wbat may havo been the de- ding Congress. If any thing should occurto Army, (son of the Iron. Amos Lane, rep fear of having blood spilt upon the floor

cisionvf th rKin vf Franco as to the dis make-tt necessary that they should act resentative also of Indiana) who assaulted but humanely interposed and prevented

missal of our minister, nor can we conjee* upon'it'before the usual! time of their assess him on tho evening of the 2Cih instant on the mad act. He came to this town, and

I tore what may be the fate of the'appropriation bling, the President has the power to call his return from the Capitol, for no other purchased ,a couple of ounces of poison .
!: in tho Chamber of Deputies. an extra session. Those measures of security reason of which he was aware, than for "for rats,"" went !homo and being

Eu While"the..Committee unwilling to which prudence atoll times dictates words spoken by him.in debate'in the House disappointed in "opening tho jugular,"

anticipate any but an amicable and favora and which belong to the general care of about 3 weeks. ago. You will doubtless proceeded to stuff in with arsenic. Tne-

ble result in both caws,it must be recollected 'the public safety, have already, at the pies ,remember the controversy which is 'hero : dose was enormous; and operated as an
that the King and Chamber may decide ent session, received tho attention of the alluded to, and which was carried on by emetic so suddenly that tie: escaped death.

adversely to the interests and harmony of appropriate Committees and of Congress, Mr. Ewing and Mr. McCarly on the onside c He has been quite sick however. Wo hope \

the two Nations. Such a decision on the anJ the undersigned arc prepared cheerfully and Mr. Lane on the other. The I heucilllivelongcnoitghtcire}>entthesinand,

part of France,however ,U may be regretted toco-operate in and further measures of the blows were alleged to have been struck han y folly of dying for loe.sjJp, ( from its

t, b'fthe people.of. both countries, who have same character which tho wisdom of Con- iron cano with a leaden head, and to great wickedness, the youngman should

8f1' aaa .growuag, interests commercial gresstnay sanctinci.t have been'repeated until! Mr. Ewing was know that it is quite out of fashion. If a

and political! ,to cherish,may lead to a "Nothing seems- left" therefore, in the I nearly" insensible. lady refuses, now-a-days, the gentleman

upon which the Committee, while in doubt, approacbingdissoLttion ottho present Congressbut : In the twinkling of an eye France and requests her to change the subject and it
and while a hope remains will to i all her commerce
not enlarge. consign the whole subject to were forgotten. The is all over.-Hampshire Ga.Never .
"The Committee is, therefore of opine; the consideration of the people at farge- I namo o: "national honor"tvhich land t been ..
ion,J that; at such'a crisis,when events may (with whom it is still in some degree a mat resounding all day in thunders through the

occur\.which! cannot be'::anticipated, andwhich ter of novel impression)-to the wisdom of House,was heard no more; and the ques ; toy you cannot.Tberenever I

may 1 lead,to important consequences the next Congress, who will have all the, tion, by a revolution almost startling, be an instance uf a man of sinking disposiont'

in/.our external.relations, it would not discharge information necessary for further action, if; came that of individual priviledge, life and haring accomplished great things. Drones,
its duty.to the country, if it did noexpo contrary to tho,expectations of our Mini Ji nb. > or stupid beings, who will not, or possiWy

a firm.resolution to insist on the terat Pirns, further action should be **A very fiery debate ensued. A number cannot, exert themselves, may be got along

full execution of the Treaty of 1831. and redantltntTiA- --- -- _,, .a..nnoo.1.wftKKM "vi,r wi._IJ_requi-.' *,>,f -mnt-..inn.-..?. U1??.n? uwuc"'ft.1_, nnJ__ I with: but a ncrson-- tot.ww.n_ -.rnr-._-..... .inln.pt......--e.
ir u''era not recommend the House a Providence.. 'In respectfully over-ruling the power of this tribunal submitted opmona and Qa about something, and will be constantly

contingent,'preparation for:any emergency these views of the question, the submitting undersign at length,a resolution offered by Mr ;Han- delving at ihaf and tho other, with desperate

which grow oat of our relations with France, ed will only'add, as a closing sentiment negan of Indiana,for tho! appointment of industry; and, yet flinches when Ix
pmiouf to the next mooting of Congress that they fully concur w> what they believe a select committee of 7 members to inves- arrives at some difficulty ho cannot sec

Iru. a,gratifying circumstance that our to be the unanimous opinion of the tigate the circumstance of the assault and through, such an one we desire no acquain
present ,
means are. .adequate I to meet any exigency Congress, that the treaty of the 4th of July to report the forts!' to the House, was adop. tame withgive us the man who having
The without bill recourse to I loans or'taxes. The 1831, should Be maintained, and its execution ted; the debate having been arrested by the made up his mind to arrive at given point,

now before the House authorizing insisted on, at alt hazards and such previous questions dauntlessly pushes onward through every
United the sale of our' stock in the Dank of the they doubt not Is the sense of the whole, "It VaS announced. to the House that obstacle. Resolution is the talisman tha:

the .States would, if adopted, afl rd.ell country. EDWARD EVERETT, Lieut. Lane is undergoing a trial tdbre forces tho floodgate of wea1t,,,8nd unravels

revenue necessary The Committee is ROB' '. P.urCHER Military Court of Enquiry. a tho mystery of getting rich. .
that ,
lopjnioq the whole, or a part,of the R..COULTER. Ju Ir. Cambreleng has I
fund lo be derived from that ,! just moved that -<>>.0-
te.appropriated for the purpose source of,should i Correspondence of the- mitteo of again the resolvo itself into Cora I A new cjrctucfornot toting a Ncwpe-
arming N. Y.; Daily Whole the .
our fortificationsand for makin Adv. Union on State of the per. -A subscriber called at our office fast
military and Dlnlp..ep.ratiOO3' 'for other WASHINGTON, Sat. Eve 8 o'clock. French, to resume tho consideration of week, and requested us to discontinue his '
de relations
fence of the country, la case such expendU. 41 At 11 clock this day, the House, on house was But the temper or the paper. Being a little curious to know the

tures should become necessary before tho I motion of Mr. Cambreleng, resolved itself debate! aDd changed by the last mentioned reason we made free to a* the question

next meeting'of Congress._ into Committee of the Whole, on the state Gales, and II motion to adjourn prevailed. why he quit us. "Because," said lie,

"The ,Committee ,therefore submits the and of the Union, for the purpose of taking ep elected printers Seatull Lave been this day u there is so much in tfe rotted thing.that I

following resolutions for the consideration reading rhe'teports and resolutions coo twent1-seYQn." to the SenAte,by a veto of can't read it all, and I always miss the best

of the House nected with the present state of our affairs news by not M9wiug where to begin."WeU.friend ."- -
with France. ......
Resolved "
That it
would be replied of
incompat. The putting on one
ible with'tlie rights and honor House is atill io session Nary 1"ou, Jan. our best looks "
United little and with Faox Rio J 31. supx>so we send you halfa
States, further to negotiato in relation} to prospect ofadtourninft before IDidniaht. AirxifO.-py tllO ship Edward sheet for the next year. Ho paused a
the, .treaty entered into AID I.CIII "do. therefore is'to1 onnafI'u arrived from Rio nwnent and then
by France, oq the tea,the IOU m that the baique we learn replied, "That will do,
4th of July,1831, and that this.House will been submitted ftf ous.motioQl wbich ham thence in bOut VennoDt would sail from you may shove on a spell longer."-SaU

tmiit-..:::tjipoil>> .its_ execution, as ratified by. both Ilou.se; reserriD"for Ii"tho,..).,.cOnsideration... ........zt_ _'u of the is lent homo n_ IIn.three'_ ..._days.__ .This_ _vessel JUter Journal.
vv.w-revere"Resolved ''Y''' ...
ut Lient. .
convenient seasoV mow Chas henry ftriS0vfZu 4.0.4a -

I'' reiah emirs be,That dlpcH the uged Committee from em Fo- "'hlte resolutions of Mr. CamhreIen" consequence of a circumstance. S.which Navy, in English Nol.ke.-Not Jcp is 'learDl'.
thenrtlie7 and those ofMr. place on board took giving that John Jenkinsof
cotitldetation ftia: mucof tho Adams, which Vermont Ni' 91I:1Idun
,: Prcsideol' in the
were Pac
g MebI u tel4tes to corprxier'cid 1 posod as wbstilotes, and whir have me. It is said that the' alley, has diworcod his wife, Mary Jenkins
Il restrictions I ,In your siua you vessel made a Sllus and to wont bo answerable
or to reprisaL4 OQ tlo oercegrFnace wetOcliscW d at the not to :
I by both the.o leaath ue which captl n with an as she guts tick for
fr nes0lvtdvItllCoAiingtritppepsration gentleme,and h1 AIr.Archer The nC< d li9 leg throne his bod at an v previous time.-
I ; the latter cf whom P'OpoIeCI taalo!.- precarious captain was Valp:1rIiso: in a very, Given under my hand and seal.
state of bt'alth. John Jenkins
I\lidshipmen ?
witness, bt. Stl1b !. >


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THC ENQUIRER. 10.'I. ternaries have: been elicited by 'the facts that fUa !flr ,EittclUflttuc., l
WEST SOUTH FLORIDA. !tho Mail-packet which s60uM.J)3Ve St. \'
8ATvBD..lYtMARCII21.183 i Marks on tho first of the month has not yet '. f;)

I" arrived,although the 15th is the,.day fixed: ARRITED: :
1'0 EDITORS. .. March, 13, Pilot boat Mary Elizabeth,
An there are a considerable number of for its departure: hence on its return. spoke the schr. Mary of Portland;'from N. : \ 'I'
Since the above was in the mill bound to Portland out.- l'
sent to the post office in this type, Orleans 12 days
newspapers packet has arrived bringing a few letters Also brig Shearer, Kearney, from N. Orleans 1"
city, and some which never appeared before bound to N York, 12 days out.' '.
from tho West, but no northern letters or
iho establishment of this paper, directed 14, Sloop Tickler, Wood, Havana, fruit \
Sentinel" werwould 'ho very thankful: if papers __. \\A.y\f! &c. to master. ;

editors would"'difcct .their. 'papers to THE A report is in circulation, since the arri- 16, Brig Tallahassee Rattoone, 11 days i
val of from New York bound lo St. Marks red '
*'wearo all.Sentinels hero. yesterday's mail, that the Legislature pass-
ENQUJR' of this Territory has passed a law, at its through the N. \V. chan .1. j f
We pubjislr!in.to-gay1 paper extracts of late session, to remove the Governmental Schr. Fire-Fly, Osborn, Florida Reef; i (
from Com. RODOERS to the Secrcta- Nicaragua wood, to master. I
letters seat to the Lead of navigation of the Su- 44 18 The Schr. Sarah Ann, Macke, fin
i% of the Na y,' :\t 1823, on the subject wannco R \'er.Ve would suggest that it Jamaica bound to Si.Johns N.:B. ,*8 day rout

of a Naval Establishment at Key ,West.- be brought over to Key West. I was spoken off Sand Key by Cap Hr-

Corn Rodgct recommended.this place very ri-. ,
for 'mili ri'ost in case certain MR. EDITOR.1 have recently heard 10 Sloop Enterprise, Cruson, Tampa
highly .. a much of the First Monday of April" as Bay, to F. A. Browne. ,t
improvements \veri; mad,tlio most of which I releasing us from taxes and restraint and ,
; 20 Shr. Ploughboy<< St. Marks 1ft ='
have been effected within a few years past. I of April fool day" ns tho glorious era of day*.-Spoke: off Cape Roman U.S. Cutter ,
These letters were published in this city in !. KeyVcs's prosperity! I w:1sled to mako Wosliington, Randolph on the 17th inst.

1832, and* arc familiar: *no doubt to all or inquiries into the reason of so much gratu- 24 hours .
1 latton: and I found it alleged, and not dis .CLEARED.
rr:,:> of, our citizens, but our object in re-
y puted, that the Legislative wisdom of Florida March, 14, Schr. Pixarro,Western Flor
'publishing: them now is, that things are has repealed the charter of Key: West, : ida Reef.: i

Assuming a somewhat: grave appearancefrom and it seems to bo granted on all hands, 16 Revenue"Cutter,Washington,Randolph -" \:

regain parts of the globe, and wo that the present city officers will go out of i I Charlotte Harbor. ;
office on the First Monday of:April," u 17 Schr.Clito Howard Mobile "
wish tho Department to boar in mind the passengers
am* that no new officers under the old char from thi'Illlce Messrs. S. R. Mai-
peculiar advantages which Key West present ter can be elected. So much for the"First I lory, and Green. .

for tho establishment, of a. Naval DCpot. Monday of April" or the old election day I 18 Schr. Laura, Walker, Havana: in
tom' of city ofticers. ballast.

Coin PORTER writes a long letter on the But I was not so easily satisfied in my _. l_

same Subject, dated) Dec. 2a, 1829, selling inquiries respecting tho April fool day." WHI. A. WBlTtq""I AD. !i
Antiquarians, it seems, arc not agreed as (10
forth the many advantages this Island exhibits its origin. Some suppose it ,originatedfrom NOTARY PUBLIC. xCcBToxHovtK (f

over any other place in relation to a lax saying of Horace, viz. "Tis MARCH
: 17 1835.
the harbor,couth of the Chesapeake. Tho pleasant to play the fool occasionally,"and ,f

length of tho letter prevents, publicationfor in some neighborhood where tho poet was WE authorized to araWoouneo r-
held in high estimation, tho people with WM. R. \
t. f HACK
for the proscnV:_ ._ ,
one accord;fueling frisky,began to play tho Enq. M a candidate
The Scbr. Sarah Ann, Capt.Mack: ,from fool,. and by mere accident this happenedon ; : Monroe count? '

Jamaica: bound to St. Johns N. B. 8 daysout the first day of April. Others suppose in the next Legislative Council of Ihia Territory.
it had its origin in the Floralia games,once ,t
was spoken off this placo on tho 19th
held at Rome, in honor of Flora, where, as March 14, 1835 {nt2te3
inst. .Through tlio. politeness of Captain Took informs us, "tricks were played by ., I''.
Harris, who boarded her, we have received lewd people naked NOTICE.-All persons hating demand* i
Whatever have been the of the estate of Alexander Ham i
of the
Kingston papers 18th tilt. may origin
Day, are hereby to "
April ," there is no 'hope of our i required present ;
fool day them without! all
delayed indebted
: penona f'
The Brig Tallahassee Capt. Rattoone, becoming wiser, or graver than the ancients. to said estate are requested to make-imme
ll Jaya from New York, bound to Saint Though we may possibly become more decent diate payment II. K. NEWCOMB,
Marks, jrasscd through the N. W. channel in our folly, still we are as great fools Key West,Jan 5. 1835 [olOSw] Ad'mrSIX .

I on the luth inst. She brought papers of as they-as great as nature or our Legislature .I WEEKS after date I,ball apply ta
can make Some are fools by nature I
us. Honorable the of the
3d March containing the proceedings of Judge COUKty
some by bad company, some by wine, court for Monroe county, for Utters'of
Congress on the 27th and 28th February, some by amty'a'few. by'excess of wisdom, administration Qn the estate of H. 8. War

on which days the report and resolutions of all of us'oy an net of the Legislative Council I terhouse deo'd. JACOB IIOUSMAN...' ,. .},
the Committee of Foreign relations in the So in ono way or another we arc all Feb.6, 1835. (a186w3Reward0, -

HoiJsc, relative: to our afftira 'with France fools together. And as our city govern- i I '
ment soon expires, it only remains for us ra't .100'
were under consideration. We give ex to choose :King of the APRIL, FOOLS. $ f
tracts in another column. c4Mn. ""4 .t ,..- .

Copt. Rattodhe reports" that: a vessel of PuixTEB.-There liar Seen much .:

War had been ordered to sea, to convey speculation on the advertisement of Timo-

Mr. LmxosTo:? home, should tho Bill before thy Pull-Down, many wishing to know who ESCAPED from at runaway prison*.two..WILLIAM negroes ,
he is, where ho will his wares his ''
the Chambers: not ho passed. open JONES i. about 5 feet,5 or 6. inches high '
n'jiliiyj: pay a,high rcnfe<$)c.; presuming, about 26 year of are, commonly wean
TI\p brig Dromo, Kcun'ejVns up at I should think,that a whole ware house will whiskers, speaks quick aDd baa a pieuior ,f a
New York for Key West to sn.il1lh March. bo required for his t1ccommoda ion. countenance,commonly known by' the name 'I
I Sorncj-havcwiaiggcaffil hn ffiia assor ncnt of Bill-CHfilOTOPHLn CHAMBERS
'' Cr1A8LEST0S. ST. MARKS. it stout, about 6 feet higb and 't
is far: from 'L bang l complete, lacking damaged very about t
Our mail where is it 2' is a questionwe beef and pork, dead animals, 'broken 00 yean of age, speaks low' and U of' t I
downcast countenance, it koqwn by tie, +i'
have heard: repeatedly asked the last bottles, bloody noses,&c. Others have affirmed name of Chamber.they lay they, :tire free ,\'
week, and we regret that a definite answer on what authority it is not known; and will endeavor to pau as luc} .-it is?.u,.
in mail that Mr.. Pull-down has a very extensive posed they will try to get to the Indian us.tiooss .
i? not our So long as our
power. assortment, and that his invoice-book shows : BIUbu been ,seen at, Indian river, t
route via Charleston we could and the boat Chambers went offfa las I
was generally many more articles than ho cdvcttiscd.- been ,"
form some,calculation as to the time Some of quite an intellectual quality, such I found to the northward of Cape Florida,on
I the beach-The above reward will be'paJ4
v&cn oar monthly budget of intelligencewould for example, as bad tem ers foul.mouths, 1 i I for their' deUofJ'to me at Key West or I

bo>> received,bat since the lst'of Jnnuary arrogance boasting, brawling, strcet-walk. I $50 for cither of them '
ing, kitchen-peeking, door-breaking,house- I F. BREAbER.8beriff
(at-which time the new route via St. .
stoning, btackey-hauling and many more M.. 'C.
Marks was: entered upon.) another slate of such gentlemanly accomplishment, whichwhen Key West, Jan.t3, ii835i olSUJ] '

thing h3S'edstcd, and it isuloublful if one properly marked, labelled, and arranged I -
it is expected,will be a rare collection THE Subscriber would isfono bit friends
would ,
of letters
htJf) our or papers safely worthy the attention of tho the public, that he U prepared to "" !;!
ha& reached their place of destination had people even of attend to any business that oay,be entrust-
lc'9rest.: PHILO PULL-DOWN. ed to lab careio the. 'J ,
not tho Post master at Charleston availed a AUCTION COMMISSION LIIYU. '

I himself of casual opportunities to forward EXCERPTSfrom i His office Is upstairs In Mr. F"A. Browne's

them directly to us A report came to our the Scrap Book of a young gentleman 1 WareHouse, where bemay at sllttmhbp I
found. ,, .
about '
town. Gcu' 1'
cars: a few.days since, that orders had been Ile takes this opportaAfy ot readeriog '
received by the Post master tare to.make *Let no one say 'he cannot govern his thanks for put favon,sod hopes, by \lltrt:
,the 1 passions or hinder them from breaking out I raittiDf attention to' business, ,to merit s
arrangements preparatory to resuming and carrying him into action n'far what he continuance of public patrOMtte.JOS. .. .t t,
old route,Jind wo sincerely hope such may can do before a prince or a great man, he .'A. THOUROIf. I

bo the case. Why it was ever changed t is can do alone, or in tho presence of God, [Dec.. 0, 134. nS-tf] .. tJ,

a question; that those who gave tho Depart., if he will." Locke. I : BOOT & SHOE,BIASUK7

ment the advice can best answer; but certainly "Though grey our heads, our thoughtsand I! T H E SUBSCRIBER WOULD ,IN>
there are not ten persons in tho community aims are green FORM TH? CITIZENS OF KEF
who think it desirable Separated Like damaged clocks, who hand' and bell WEST That h* has established himself Jai; ,
ta tve arc, from the main land,and taking Folly rings six, while nature points at and solicits.public.patronage. ,'
into consideration commercial character ttcelveP. Young. C w. V;;,
I Feb.28,1335. (to-It] 'I
of tta place, it is certainly the interest of has ',' ,
Absence given the deathblow to .
.. authorised to aoooooe C ,? 1
to have the most direct and frequent Wt. l'
every one many lovo affairs; this however depends ><1 B. NUTTALtJ ai't ;
communication kept np with that entirely upon the strength of tho passion candidate to represent the Territory of> .
quarter: with which we have most to do, a moderate one is cooled by absence, buta Florida,lo tho 14th Congress of tb, UnitedApalachJeola.
violent one is increased the wind which 'antes. ,
provided it be nut attended with too much ;as : I" ..
blowcth out the candle kindleth the fire." '
Jnconenience-too m&ch uncertainly. From the French. HAMLIN V. 8NFyjs Tro1tNr.t ,
too much delay Kcitlwr of these objections .- ; OOUNSTOLLOR AT I..A\V
"Salt River in Kentucky is a narrow >t .Florida.W'E .
tpy) to the Charleston: when
J router
crooked stream full of shoals, eddies, &c.
) .re
compared with other aid we think we ; j authorized to announce Colonel
any so that it is impossible almost for anyone JAMES,OADSDEN u a' candid.
echo the sentiments of the people general to make their way up it. Hence the phrase ate to represent the Territory of FloridaIQ M

IT,in hoping that it may not only te resu (when a person is perplexed or uncomfortably the 2ilh Congreaa of tho United States. '

trod but continued,as at least nine tenths situated)" He' rowed up Salt' River ; JOB HINTING DONE AT THIS OF- :' I

"J{[ the! respondent: of the JsUpd' lies 11 Virtue i*.like precious odours,most fra FICE. t
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*>*' ;'Iwtth r bad a couio,.G.e.rg azine was commenced;during! that hue increased will be'continued'althlioghelegance A.'E.sent MILLER to

soniesvhatplcasiagfeatnres! period the number of subscribers ;power and poignancy mav sometimes receive No, 4 Broad *
;lid t, With 16 20,000 and the work has received I denial. The work is now permanently -st. Charleston, 8.C
a '
clever May 23 ...
and .
I are iurfi .
They every where, the most unqualified ap established, although at its commencement ;
.t' I.The Vest. of human creatures. probation. It has found (its way-to thousands there were probably those who TO THE1FU DLIC. -
," ''\ :' '. '. { / families; and while it has entered presaged iUduration to be but like Jonah's ,
George Tis about
.1 rejitionsbip, you know, unobtrusive lessons been those 'I now Cortf.canlittco tbelale
fc \ the social circle, its gourd. It has patronised by
Dr. Samuel
'c ,
Makes all things quite AFAIT have,we trust,'often had a salutary influence whom we should feel proud to' name; were bow deceased Lec.o( ViDdllam, Conn

dab\ And what io'otbtrs strange appears, on the juvenile mind and heart it i we permitted. and of whose continued kindness (with his celebrated,)began to futnifib the pubii:

iaidV coosiJi's wAr has also found its way to the school room ; and attention we have assurance.The : "Lee's1TindlJalTl nil.
'.Tis a ious or
a been cheered Through
and many classes of pupils have columns of the Amaranth embrace tin

s .For with a cousin, George, you know, 'twice a month by the welcome voice of original tales, essays, &c. from the pens of agency London.Gcnn.of Dr' Isaac Thompson, of New

rr ''girhis like'a slSCer, :. the teacher bidding them to lay aside, for a well known and distinguished writers, and ious.Pillsor ,these much! Esteemed Bil!
k the class book which they have hereafter to for such articles Family J'hy sic,have
word the old o1.kl.aaJ', few daysi we intend pay since made continur't
And not a ever they were
.", read over and over, perhaps twenty times, as shall be acceptable, from those whoso to the
kiss her
I: .: "nWhen even you may. and read the pages of Parley's Magazine.-- communications will add interest to any public* give general: satisfaction to those
who have made
-\J-'But when with others J jaunting,George, The demand for the work, to be used in work extant. We arc aware.it will put us genuine; but it is use unfortunate of them, when for obtained
schools is rapidly increasing. but resolved to do the public
to much expense, we are ,
._,Or frolicking about; Encouraged by such unexampled success, thing in our power to'render the work as well as to the proprietor of this celebrated
WThere's old> maid: ( or aunt, render it every medicine, that these Pills have
always ftpmc I, the publishers have resolved to worthy liberal support, and the only way ofter been
counterfeited and
Forever looking'out. still more worthy of BO liberal a patronage; to receive the encouragement of the public many families have had a
.j .,> '. and not to remit their exertions till they tee is to for well written articles. We makeno spurious article put upon them, when they

'**' A man Without a cousin, George, it introduced into families and schools, pretensions pay to a superiority over other supposed they had, obtained the genuine

t t' o lifo'kc pi suurc |otMTow'ids throughout; the whole length and breadth of literary works ; wo have no hired editorsto article; and, it. is a lamentable: fact, that

the United States.In dove send forth somo few Druggists, will, purchase the sat..
iota notice;nor a
otbersbe can't always puff us
: rious article,(knowing them to be
this view they have secured new aid Iong-wiride4 prospectus, to trumpet our own : such,);u7fd ,
.And dojustwbahe chooses. late editor sell them as the genuine article
.te1'it fay in the editorial department. The literary consequence, and promising to outdo for the )
of the 'Juvenile Rambler, who in addition all others. iNo,our journal can speak fot paltry gain of two or three dollars on eacb

IIow sweet to have a cousin, George to his qualifications as a writer for the itself and we wish for no one to subscribe, groce they purchase. The proprietor of

"**n "That you 'can "n.Eo'unto, young,bas the, advantage of many years experience unless he thinks it deserving of patronage.; this valuable medicine considers it 1m duty

And, send her all the pretty words as a teacher, will henceforth assist Nothing is admitted into thc.paper.which to the public to be at very great expense

,That t in Billet doux. In conducting it. does not possess'merit \ albmn, poetry .((1)!) in advertising very extensively in the news
J. ..'Ii creep We propose to,present in the progress of communications upon(dry, and hacknied papers of the different:States, to guard them

But as for me, I have none, George such volume, a great variety of interestingimportant subjects, unless the very first order, are against being:longer imposed upon by Laving
topicsamong'Hvhich are the following spurious Lees Pills
excluded. The selections are made i put
Alai entirely
-' ta ka-dl1, .
them when
: from,the. best Foreign and American upon ; they ask for. the genuine
But when<.you go a courting'f. ,.,George' L'Natural History, beasts, birds, fish- Periodicals;very.with which the Editors are regularly article. In order thatlhc, community may

"Cboose a cousln'wlien you may.,. cs, epti1el, insects, plants, flowers', trees, supplied, and every thing of interestand be protested'from such gross imposition, '

,:A..; '<* G. :>. the human frame;&c., 'importance,will'have a place in its col the subscriber (now proprietor of these
II. Biography; {'especially i for the celebrated Pills signs his
young. In ) name at full
t a't j A umns. noticing .new publications, we
\ b.5bon ..
A .
.< "
.f ".tGOOD.WIVES., III. Geography ; accounts of places,manners have, and shall continue to take an independent length, Isaac Thonipson"on a red laid
customs &c. shall 'not be that is on the outsino envElopo that will be
tart fc Iftfee things which three course ; we governed by
** -shonidtroratstMtE.4Gbo&Wiies ; IV. Travels l .and,Voyages-; in various bribery, but make our remarks devoid of mind arouud each box of tho genuine Lee's
jj l tbingsthef
parts 6f the world. (Windham) Bilious Pills, or
Family Physic
,or hope of favor. The drama shall
to snails should be akin, V. of the curiosities
descriptions If purchasers wi] onlyjbe. particular to
not altogether neglected but receive its
'")'Always their houses keep within,' of nature and art ; in eacht the'United 4 inquire {Thompson's Lee's Pills, and be
share the musical
WBof wot to barry( "'a.bI hacks. ) States,'and in'other countries.VI. will command; share of attention.deportment also careful to observe that his, name at full
>?All thefarc'worth upon,. their backs. Lessons on objects that, daily sur- The 'work is embellished a occasionally with length 13 signed on the red label around

.H i : ij :3 round children. in the parlor, nursery, gar-' engravings executed in the best each box, in his own hand writing they

Good Wives, like city clocks,.should be den&c Accounts, of.trades and employ music with accompaniments for manner.and the PianoForte will be sure of obtaining genuine article.

Exact, with regularity i"MButnor menlj., The above mentioned Fills be had of
&c The terms, to city sub may
like city clocks so loud! VII. Particular duties of the to '
young ; scribers dollar and most of Druggists through.
one fifty cents, in ad-
tCBe heard by.all. the"vulgar. "crowd. parents, teachers;',brothers, sisters, &c. van eor two dollars at the end of sixmonths. out the Unite Statesand oMhe subscri
.!'it>I'a'u if' r "VIII. Bible lessons and stories.IX. '
(proprictor.aLlieiv.London, Connec-
As.our country subscribers will bo taxed
ives,like echo should be true
y Good, Narratives (such as are well authenticated ticut. ISAAC THOMPSON.03TOTHE .
$i&tidepoak but:when they're oken to, i postage on their papers, wo shall exact but
original tales. one dollar if always paid in advance otherwise -
like echo' absnrd
,Yetnof! ,so ,
To hate forever the last word.TntTEvsSfiler .. X: Parables; fables,and proverbs,whey s,. they will be charged the usual subscrip ( PRINTERS itf THE U.rgj

.1m';, .. ': < the morals is obvious and excellent. tion. These regulations. ;will be strictly The imposition upon the public counterfeiting

-' "" PRIMROSE.: .. XI. Poetry ; adapted to the youthful ca- adhered to. ; tho above Pills,,which when genx
his shed : pacity and feelings. "-' ,No subscriptions received at a distance* uinc have been so fully tested for forty >
: ,"sun latest"raybas
from year's, that the proprietor calls
''XII (except agents,) unless accompanied upon -
Intelligence ; embracing accounts .
bird toots: nest. has fled, '
t'Fic) wild
i with the for throughout the Union to the
Juvenile i books, societies,, andremarka- paymeGt one year JD.advar.ce. warn
*.And.. "bird* whirls,tO:theaay.beam; spread ble occurrences., An edition of the'paper is lib1i8h''atEast public, by inserting the above:'advertise-
: ;Thelr( brightest glow, I, Bridgewater, Mass.' where all communica ment a few times in their
Incline their dew-bespr lk.ed. head Many of these subjects ,will.be illustrated papers, which
In slumber now. by numerous and beautiful engravings, prepared tions, &c. must be addressed to George A. will gr .Ufbencfit their subscribers, .td

by,the best artists, and selected witha Brown,post paid, or they will remain dead they Cannot ,give ,them more important

"Then'''' art'thou Ionevirils view not only to"adorn the,work, but to in the 01l ce.We,are obliged Adopt this i information than' by inserting the advertisement -
why keeping
Pale Bower when all beside: are ;: improve the taste, cultivate'the mind. ; and rule,as our postage ba1 become a heavy toupon r authorize' whp cannot afford to do .

Are not the same soft zephyrs sleeping f rake-the affections'of the 'youth to'appro- us. ? v "!) this, arc to receive one dollar

81 Earth slen4ersteni, ,; "sweeping> : { priate and worthy, objects.. We would .03" The next volume of the Amaranthwill from me, or -any pne, of uff ,agents, they

Anil pe same opiate dew-drops steeping I make them better childrgu,better brothers, be issued weekly, $4 per annum, of the I sending to me, or, said; agent, a papercontaining'said
better sisters, better better size and of the advertisement I. T.
Both,thee and thcml pupils, associ style New-York Mirrorand .
.., l ; ates and, in the end, better citizens. those of our subscribers who wish to have __ T

T&io\ U'ply moon :Aat tfcfs-still hour We beg.the fitends education', especially the paper, will please notify 'us before the la the Superior Court of the govern Judicial -

t'Wbeh1 .polity eps'eacli'sister.\ ,flower, parents and teachers, :to view the expiation of tbj plume.. 'i semi-monthly District of Florida.

of the dusk?;bower. matter.in this light. Let children look up edition will ,also be continued as usual at Richard Roberts ."
flt.1tc : on the pictures, not as pictures merely.; $1,50. ,

I' 14"1 0; .",,lRCOdo; If'to fe'el i\ttee 9$n con ahow r but,let bo.more them be l'J taught valuable to study materials Jhem..for.WJiatcan I O: t Our exchange'4i3tbai3oelased to 57 Bales; of vs.Cotton; pic In,Almiralty;

IUt urM oa me... ., .. f. in such an extent that ed' at
lip .
"110'-:. !.", :tn.. structive'lessons'thaii: a good engraving! ? we are obligeS to erase sea.

1 'o& niccklivening the: After this beiefexpl3nation of our'princi many valuable papers, from our list, and ALL persons interested in the above case
.ttB yells
pies and purposes,""e ''ask the cooperationcf against our inclination ; however, to hereby notified that all tho residue
Wfldlyfi'qsh ber' breeze flits by, all,'vho receive.this circular. those who have, and still continue to pub of the money for which the above ,Cottonwas
eA do Will
mJbre I 't1\.e.dew.dro. ()1",lie ,you hsh our prospectus, we shall feel in sold Tjy the Marshal of this
b' *f"* BjITeeI \o lif .. > aid us.by y influence in (this great work, duty Districts
t ,pintlivhativ mine$or! fragrancr" the formation of mind and character for the bound, to extend' towards them the hand o f ( after the payment of the salvage and expenses

,-Hi,' ,\Ifreel/givQ. ; ; .. rising generation? Will ypu assist us alliyour fellowship.n in said cause,has been paid into the Re
.. Noy. 1st 1 +
A9i ju uf ill power:<< in our endeavors to .introduce j g'islry of the Court, where it wty remain

*3ay thoul.w; o thus doth question me, American schools, parlors, and firesides! -.-, "i' j for'nmo months, unless sooner claimed hj
ouW'e1i tb earW3s dull the storiei and lessons of Parley's Magazine! -r the person or persons entitled to the samfJ,
s LW Jrom
care beOh.
;. : (re f' 1'. Every single- umber of the new volume I "RRUCE3 NEW :YORK TYPE FOUN- or, hispr their. legally,authorized agent.

: luten. and ni I counsel*t'hea will have a strong paper.cover, abundantly) { 'he subscribers respectfully A,*II; DAY, C'lk.

,*'?,Wisely. to'shun .sufficient to preserve the work in good order J inform the printers, that they have' recently By II. K. NEWCOMB, D. C.

1 fmmnd.glare and vanity. .,. ,- for binding, and for use in schools., .completed.. .a'varietyof neiv_fonts: of letter (tm9p11.
*' l1p The yearly subscription bein luootjiuui me' latest:
tM Ibave done. & ono dollar turopcan specs.
... ,.. ., friends meos,well calculated
">"-- our will perceive the impracticabil- for ornamental.prin,, 'O'1'ICE.LL PERSONS HAVING

t Erit !tbl' cosetshuf i the door ity of keeping open'so many thousand ac- I ting or sasteful display, and making an "assortment BUSINESS WITH MIT, :'OR WIT4I

Ana Vwfntfrjl) 'I4t>r i spirit jsai;; : counts. It is therefore indispensable that of Printing :Types unrivalled in i the estate of A. If, Day, deceased'; are 'fC.

''Then o1td stew' than pathe: the, flower we should require payment always. in ad beauty'extent and' variety. A book of spe quested to call on Charles! ] M., W- Us, Esq.

p q J. e l rg\'l"1 4 vance., cimens may be obtained at tho Foundry, who is'my authorized agent and attorney.
An t.b.cJ.all\s h'i-L" lUll, tiirmooq.J "Twq numbers more will close the first No. 13, Chambers street, near Chatham st. HENRY K. NEWCOMB, \
{ !
a:,, \ "' Illdgtei ttix 1O'I'f'U...,' .. .pourl. ,year, and.we,now give notice that+,all, who It conta s-specimens from, Twelve Line for himself, and as
a r .I1 Pica
to Pearl
to ; desire to! continue the Magazine,may signK -comprising. Ad' aj.'of A. II. Day

ru>; LA iouu oz o.r ,Lpn:.. fr their' intentions by' ''a seasonable advance, 45 35>> forms do of. Roman Caps. with 1. case;. Key West, March 4, 1835.'fnaicowSw] '
for second ear.: Italic do
] do
Therei's- t le,nce.linguae that.blleaki'thit.8 .mute, thers'a s sis If any of the subscribers should not receive 5 do title Roman do do BOOT & SHOE MAKER.

trlr all. their numbers 5 do title Italic do SUBSCRIBER
'bere Is'l.ometblng they can request d. THE IK-
thaj caQnot be told ; the.post master to 6 do ah'd Roman do I THE
''I'herere, y4t'd 'that ca4 notify us, of such as are do CITIZENS KEY
the rhea only be read OD rokting, and they shall be sent again free of 17 do Antique do A* WEST, That he has established himself intheBOpT&SHOEMAKINGBUSINESS

And thou his but,thet eye : y ... charge., 1* do Black do do I
can unfold.Tbteree' .. 5 do Open Black do and solicits I
.. -. P. Ten copies free of do publicpatronag"e..-
-' .l k Io. : postage. 2 do Script do do C. WAN WS.
llogl;, ezRressive: timid :
.. po 10"; 5 do
.. ., O.7"To.accommodate associationsschools Germ'nTextdo do Feb. 20,1335,. [ ().U:]

o Oc10 .,iI4qi ta partsitet3EAtIaat&Dttt andiudJviduaU{ ,for the distribution' WO'wUl 25 do Two 1'nerom'n caps with fi-s- .t _
pe-b 11 KU7?* 1.post: office iatbe United 11 do Two lines Italic apitats.: 'WE are authorized to announce Colonel
: out the: free 10 do i
,' of postage, tea copies to one WILLIAM: B. _PfUTTALL as aycandidate
I address for lets dollar. remitted 6 do SpednCdTffadrrkind8- to of
Present the"Territory
And to ,
strikei a moment the heart us with-
fl .
.* ,. ._' **- .. .. put cost." LILLY i WAIT 4 CO 7 do Italic capitals and figures. IFJorida, in the 24th Congress of the United

This_ _eloquent_ __ _silence__ ;.'this__._cinvefsVof. _Soul. .. t i t Boston_ ,'Feb., 15. *, Besides, ornamental figures, letters, ,Stites. .4--
.aq Twau we 1la41YSwoupprasa: 'r 1 ssa ffis IC
!! r ee. $i Dip.: $ i PROSPECTUS utr.nomical and v: SNELL, ATTORNEY
.. t M}tppt rs-rroin! the irisK} to rules brass T HAMLIN
... 'control'., t r ..* 1' '' ;! Of TUE I AT LAW

rJ81r.\ fg44.truthto .xpreet.Is'mutually .; AM.A4tANT.fl4. ga,3-j-aiB3353? ApalaxiHcola, Florida.. .

... ,
,1.: Journal o?
And ob Literature aDd, or school T TEare authorized to Colonel
fig jOin the Coatares that ehlne. .: the :Arti. Pen and ,books, not.spa. W 'JAMES announce
::!'P'Jqr urea ttte scientific GADSDE.N as a candidate
bosom that iiieilt": ;" f B. Brown, G. H. 11i whiUforcomposin tijL0rl7foraI of to
\ a i.tLch: :cn, EJ&to.n represent the Territory of Florida
rf4i ::} otbe" \hi' cAnvese &c.wmbeexMctW1fJtK.l' :
: : More than two jearsistveelapsed I utmost the 24th Congress'of the United States.
spoken and Celt. _. the of the Amaranth M tQdl a'large stock being always prom p. : are authorized' l.'lonel
alai W wUI on haDd. announce
: during that period it al&o jE
j" '; bU'hCeiTea a stead execute orders for JOSEPJI M., atcnndid-:
sayii.h;tpe likes increase of pktronage. To be iu't ( presses &0. (: ate to ;
hears what W tanlt IhemanuActurei's they wiU furnish represent be jritorytof Florida,
.c] e tt' 'r, ..' I .. ; the common; lot_of humanity, and we Printers prfces in the 24th Congress' the United States.W .
'it f iiod horse UaatKY BopietenceofanexemptionfromthechV of DeJnpapen will
er '
stumbles .
MiAgood jjjfo tba1Ieft fUlQblea., however,our intentions are to bare'as cer j Iislr : ( Bwt7T:: authorized. 'tq announce Major

.1 ,' "l.t : I ;1, ",.. erronu possjbl., 1r'bi1;we endeavor thai } ,-aaBiSSfe) WYATT as a"candid.
ro ate t.
represent the .Territory t'f Florida
24th Congress of the Unit SUte

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