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: September 26, 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: UF00049046:00043

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TllEEJfQViREniPublished Saturday tho UnitodStalt i, arrWh ehtbebopo to
every steer.their, oUdrl ..aright Aa moderation
moraine,, at,FIVE per
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annum.ADvErtTistMCitrs Ta inserted at the rate of slow.to mnd'with h
t One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, (of. ENQI7tfl. who may honestly differ fit bp\ nfori ;from !

fifteen lines,)" for tile first insertion, andfleventvFive I us. ,It ,is,our design, fairly to-ijJJOrt h*

i Cents for each subsequent .. .. passing political ,news of the day;,,the political y
continuance. All Advertisements will be I ;
I i----L-. 'loWItLl occasiWlo
!? may: nave
1 ntinued mil be considered until otherwise less than ordered.a square.None EDITED .AJtD PVtftJSnED:BF JESSE .rjCSMSOM, advocate,shall bedispaastonatclydiscussed,

No subscription will be discontinuedunless 43.1 I so far as we Are concerned: and we Lope
'"; ( at tbe option of the Editor,) until all VOL 1. KEY w <.!T.6 J&VAY;SOTTEMBEB 211.1 30. :" NO. our friends who may laiorus-witb comma.annuo :' ,
-- I observe'the tome tule otherwise ]
: arrears are paid. nications will ;

J All letters to the Editor on business, Printing/ Presses of every description. Tales,Essays, Poems, Anecdotes,&c. &c. they will bViPJected._ In' Ie! 'observance

1 must be Post Paid._ ,_ Printing Ink of tho mostapproved qualities, The original contributions 'to this depart of this course, we shall act with strict

i E. WHITE A WILLIAM HAGAR, Composing Sticks, Brass Galles, Imposing ment are regularly and promptly.paid for ; impartiality ..
R ESPECTFULLY Inform,the Printersof Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, and in addition to the' man'literstho It will be the aim of the;;publishers te s; ;

the United States, to whom they have Standing Presses, Furniture, together witha have favored us with,(articles during the render to their patrons :all thq satisfaction
assortment articles usedin
long been individually known as established complete a Printing Office will of bo all kept constantly past year, and'whose essays'wilcontinue they are capable of; bearing >> inind the '

Letter Founders, that they have now formed on hand. to enrich our columns,we liavo tho promise old age "they that would:\ please b drwill

a co-partnership in said business, and Small fonts, suitable for Bookbinders, of assistance from others whoso names are please: nobody.1 /t. '->> "

Jo hope be from ableto,their give united full satisfaction skill and experience to all who, in great variety, may be bad'"h.on calledfor. already well known to their countrymen. In avowing, however a design to bursuf .
We do not the names as is the fashion of
favor them with orders. parade a course untrammelled, by the sbackjea :
may The introduction of !machinery in place Orders from all parts of the Union will be of some; but'wo confidently.appeal to nny party, we would not be understood a! '

of the tedious and unhealthy practice of promptly and most carefully attended to, the experience of the past year affording being indifferent to the importance; -

g casting type by hand, longa desideratum by I, fonts and particularly furnished in their supplying SORTS for, Bin all an earnest of our zealous, untiring,and.we rect principles. 1'beyVish however diaV

z the European and American Founders,was, ny & Ronaldsoo,bj and Richard predecessor Honaldson. trust not altogether unsuccessful exertions tinctly to'have,it known( that they will riei- ,,

hy American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure Stereotyping in all its branches,executed to render the literary character tho New ther lead the van nor follow tho train of Li
of time and money, on the part of our L. Johnson heretofore. Yorker inferior to that of no journal of its who
senior first successfully! accomplish by as ; ,Designing Politico) ntriguen, arc men
partner JOHNSON '& SMITH.No. class in this'' {lotbeir
ed. Extensive use of the machine cast let country. of pnncipleJr p/Qportion/ !Interest.

ter, Las fully tested and established its superiority G, George St. Philadelphia, 1033.fj JI. Political IntcWgcnccn'! : this do* Several columns,or ,tfio.Gazette, will be
in every particular, over that cast Publishers of Newspapers who insert partment alonb does tlie'Ncw-Yorkcr pro- appropriated tqEssay'Aofa.morilprdtixis.,

by tho old process. this advertisement, and forward ,"paper sent an anomoly,In the history of ho newspaper cellaneous character, under the Jieadsof
containing. it to J. & S. will be entitled to
The Letter Foundry business will here- of diD Union. Our plan'
$3, payable in settlement of their account press embraces Reading for Saturday Evening. ,
.iftcr be curried on by the patties before when their bills'amount to not less than$10. tho jcollcctioii, ''of every importantitem The publiahera are (till ,::aware of t the
named under the firm
of White,Hagarfe Co.
Their specimen exhibits a coainletc series 'J. & H. .of intelligonccwhatever be difficulty 'of their undertaking,,,but.plago

I from Diamond" to 14 lines Pica. The Hook C11EArC1LLABL1.tNDz TEnEST NG WORK: its character and bearing -in i ,tho language: ureal,reliance.OD the public liberality, fad

and News type being in the most modern The Family Physician: and Gacttcof Human of historical record, and with ,th'o'lstrlctcsfrcgud believe,tliat a jdiligentattetjtjon buapess,

fight; and style. l fr. : to the preservation! ofair, unquestioncd and,a,zealous,effort toaftrve vie| public,$il\ :
White, & Co. for the : 'I between the i j
linear are agents Being a Library of Health and ,Ilygcnic, neutrality contendifg'partic secure.themsclyea a,iibetalbhart3 of,,e. 1;
ale of Smith : :
the and Rust
Presses ditisions'existing
Printing :, 'opiuions and sectional I
and of Popular and General, Medical ronage... n
which at the they manufacturer's can furnish to their custom Chases Knowledge: rendered familiar to every il1.I the'cotfmry. The.Editor refers I TEe City of Taljahassee being lacate4in
prices. {
Oases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every individual : embracing every subject con with ,afproucl.satisfactiori'lo the fact, that' I .the.' ,centre, of Florida, .And .surrounded

article used in the Printing; Business, kept nected/with and of'diseases-tll"the prevention, treatment, throughout'.tho past year, lie has presented1 I. by roan u.r.I.'adyanta ", possessing in
fur sale, and furnished on the shortest cure qualities of minute and circumstantial acconnt.pf all- givenspaco 'aroand
notice. a its centrep,
Old typo taken! in exchange for new health medicines-tho-ingredients their, good and of secret ill effect or &patent on- ,the elect ions,which have taken placeiathe'several '' population than that of, any :other; \ jportion L
at 0 cents pound States ardent II I
per during eminently
an of the i
medicines-the; true principles of eat' ;, Perritory.within.thesamelimttsrhaa f
N. 11.
tho above Newspaper three Proprietors who give jog and drinking. oreating' and drinJdngto and excited canvass, without once incurring .but one weekly,, newspaper. |n' [addition :
insertions, will be entitled
to Five Dollars in such articles as livc-domeshc cookery-chemistn--:: the censure orcien', the exception of-anypolitical'ournaL tothig! .there are many.valuable eectionsof

select from our specimen.New they may and a great variety ot curious, ''valuabie T l Andwhile. he 'preserves country.which we doubt not, will aoo'nbQ. ,

Fork, lfi3.-: and interesting knowledge,of the highest to himself the right commenting briefly: brought cultivation, should lhe present

NEW YOlll'rYi'T importance to all, iud hitherto bidden but,freely on' the topics of'tho day, and of prices of the-great staple.of: tbecouniry bi.)
FOUN- from the mass of mankind. ,
offering the of
s suggestions as aspects maintained; whlchinnsfcpnai crabJ *
The subscribers ; 4
'' inform the printers,that they! have respectfully recently Contributed to by a number of .practising I ,the trines"mayseem to require,lie'yc holds the. population tf thy territory/? stmost ti
himself pledged, that such remarks shall not \
I completed avarietyof new 1'onjs of letter From the ata'ted ':
The object of this work is'to present c\'e-, cQiislderaiions zibovcywo "
in the style of the latest European sped interfere,'in any material degree, with the I have
ry subject connected with diseases and its no in b4 ievin .tbjyi, wfl ;
men",\ca.lcnlatOi for ornamental r treutmcnt, with
by simplicity
per may. .confidence, 4orcompletq! I
ting or sasteful display,land making an assortment spicuity of its details,shall enablo all who political: party.Ho cherishes tho cOnfidentJ uccess of'Ql1yindertllkiitgottt: e adippo I! I
of Printing Types unrivalled in I wish, to be thoroughly informed in this most ;, expectation: that: the files of the New-Yor-' : : :
i .. ... extentand "of a ., .
,? /, variety. A book ofspe- interesting and important oheieoc lI. I Jeer'will hereafter bo referred for the gegerouspublicr 1 r:t, I
i to truth i: I '
rimon Co obtrimcJ ,CoNDITrongr s1
may at the Foundry, The advantages of such a publication,to- of any cootrovertcd +Tbct.T Gates .
No. 13, Chambers street, near Chatham !st. all ranks of society need not_bo insisted lip-' : the'ff.aSulti statementcjgarding t aid ,4 ,. I"
It contains of elections &c. &c.,since its
specimens from Tvvolvo Line a :
l'ia to Pcnrl on, since they must suggest themselves to ',estab1isbment 'with mutual defer nco qq safer f.01alflhett: ,:;At fpprdqJWi\Aec I ,
-comprising and
; reflecting mind. Under the influ i
every > payable
n pdaaceor
4.:> forms of lioman with 1. with entity conviction : delivery ''I I
Cups ca e. ence of the diffusion sound medical know' of absolute certainty." pf the firat dumber }
Fopr 4
;5 do Italic do do III. .. ; doljan :Jjf! :
ledge all classes must b Oencrallntrlllg ence--Consieiiagaf
among ,empiricism *
L dodo title Itom.m0 do disarmed of tho 1 Foreign and DomesticNews' t.y'.cent.,m pt. ijBHf i*me. *jrp wvon39J!tax
title Italic do dangerous weapons with ,Literary items;. ;S.morthe; ,of,f vgdol fa i I
IPAit: ; *
which % *
6a dodo Roman do lo it wars so successively against tbe life Statistics, Brier Notices' tf the Drama,&:c.' .. of;= : II
of man the abusive .. .
; of rncdi.
employment However ifmay'be'th fortuno'or iotherato 'ff''
17 Antique du tioDlack cines so baneful to health, will give place !o obtain tho confidence and' .iSfosubscrfpV.on.wm'b! it do do patronagefcbf
5 do Open Black do do do the rational administration of remedial tho public, on the crcdit.of prospective improvements fienn tJJ&n.one le&U1cl! \ b paper,pip. M n ;
agents, and the scientific and experienced ()edi Contimte upti \
'JthOQt qrdera
'2 do a1 **" I
Script do doGcrm'n and future '
I excellence i
physician ,.iu bo aided in his efforts to alleviate ; pub1Iller : rearages are paid. iHera
Textdo dodo the of arc content to rest their claims ,
sufferings humanity. Noth to !
2.) Two 1'ne rom'n I The..firat.number ,will| bo isuct l lthe
caps figs' ing that can add to the utility of the work public! consideration distinctly oh what during
11 do Two lines Italic capitals. shall be neglected. The principles of deft hey have already ensuing suramerprearlyi;in,t'Communications j,.,
10 do Si'd! Caps various kinds. and regimen shall bo and reapcCt .. addressed tA tMnn"Ii.......... ._ i
explained, tbeirapplir.at fully invite the of American ---- -- -r.
patrons literature i r
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must be
7' do Italic capitals and f gores.! _____.. __on_ enforced H. _. .. The. ingredients"ofsecret ,. to cxamno their, journal'and judge post paid.' ,. Bltbmit "
Resides ornamental letters rCmCI1aCll5Uau oe given supine wools what it trf/Zbe from what it. JOHN ; I,
backslope, subject of materia medica shall discussed .i '
music,lottery figures, piece fractions, superiors and explained in alucid and When it is considered'that no periodical ; DAVID: IFJ'FtR., :
simple style. .
,astronomical and ott.crsigns, of like' character ,April.17, 183(5( '
space rA
fc: premium of $100_will be awardedto arigmalityaad variety : ;;
rules brass rules, ornamental dashes, long the writer the best of literary ,w "A'
braces, 'more than two hundred kinds of essay (not exceed contents comprehensiveness ofplan 'ELECTION'NOTJ. 'i' ,
ing 20 pages octavo) on the advantages ,to ,and tho amount of matter ,
borders,and more 'han 1000 kinds of cuts tho of ,weekly pro I NOTICE;is Ijereby Piteil".i.tm election
and ornaments tor school books, newspapers medical community knowlod 'the-general. The diffusion of rented, has ever been attempted in ,this for a' Meeaber ojf,the' .lemalative ;Council
and scientific works; orders for of essays are to bo country at 'a less :price i than: three to five of tl4
any directed of
post paid to the editor, in .ajl of Territory! Florida,"for tho,cdunty
which dollars
or composin sticks, cases chases, June next. I per annum,publishers trust-they : of Monroe
.f- Win be held' ,
fee will be : on Monday tbp
wjthihe will
expected utmost not be deemed
titude promp The aurd.r the premium will' depend presumptuous in expressing 12th day of Octal r 1835 at; the ,
,a large stock being always on hand. the follow! 1 I
the that
decision of hoe their will I
upon several eminent | journal at in/

phys places under
; the
C-T e7 will also execute orders for printing icians. tract the attention : superin terulence: of tqe
'presses, ink, fee. eVeh if it ahould'not following ..
which they will furnish Inpectow vi.uv
atvhemanufactnret's ( -Editors, postmasters and other, are secure the favors of tbo patrons. of..Ameri ,., West" .
prices. Key, t"
: ,' !tba gG29Ionap.1NPEC'j'oUa .
respectfully invited
tp act as
Printers of ncwzpapera will please pub- agents. Any can literature. II.. GREELEY & Co. t
fish tlis advert isenentwitU person who remits ten dollars will have ten ,CONDITIONS : <
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times, sending a paper containing it to the one copies dollar forwarded will bave him.eight Persons numbers remitting The NEw-Yonxsn will bopublished ev. : ,CHARLES'M. 'WELL8. .w

Foundryand receive payment when they All distant communications to be >addressed sent.- cry Saturday morning on a large ,Imperial JOHN P. BALDWIN, 'f" "
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York, (and must be post paid) Yearly sub patrons in city or country, at TWOpOL i AUodiaaKeyat tbeStareoftiicobU, ',
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New York. else The editor ba great pleasure being The experience of the past admonishcs r$44.', '\
(1; Ordc..rQftho above Foundry will be able to announce the approbation of many us.turegird'the; : advance year INs3PECTQ I ...
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No. 4 Broad-it. Charleston,8.C. dition. When" from peculiar circumstances OUSIMAN. I f:"" '
May,23 THE NEW-YORKER.; payment is delayed l till the expiration Wg -IIETCIl&L: '''n.''

On Saturday tbe 21st of,March, will be of the quarter, fifty cents will: bemadded. At. Key Y .caa, at the 8t IetWllUada
H.? Purchased FOUNDRY. issued the first number of the second vol. Any person 'remitting fen dollars free of Wl. f..J..&. 1.wDt: ; /"....: ..:..

nONALDSON Lit long established Mr.RICHARD ume of THE: Nmy-YoBkEn; and the pub charge to us,shall receive six copies fct one (. J'SPJ'QTOREf.' ( ,.." M... ,
extensive and lishers trust this year;and'in'the same proportion for j ,. "
tery Type Foundry, the tubscri- early announcement will a'!larger "WM. "
ben bave formed co- ,artue..bip for the attract the seasonable attention of all those number. Post Masters and (others are fa 4

purpose of continuing said business,and for who may choose to commence their Subscriptions respectfully requested to interest themselves ..1'EMPLEPAlNT. r .

the convenience: of their friends 'and pat at that time. in our behalf with "the assurance that the I aoElilBETHELL. ?::'"

Tons,have removed their establishment to a TUB NEWYOBSEB will con.inne to best possiblQ terms wilfbe afforded them.TAIXAUASSZE'OAXCTTI At Cape 'Florida'' at the Houwof'Joba/

more central pare of the city. 4\111 it their preserve .,
the ,
general character Daboiaa. .
Las .d. :
intention to keep on band a good assortment which thus' .P1tO.. .EOTU8 O} tf .
of the best type, and to make aeb addition secured it the approval of a steadily and ; & 'INSPECTOSS.JOHNDUBO3E. .: '
'and improvements rapidly increasing and oxmou ., AD* ,
as the tats of the trade patronage; apopu- '
vlt* : .
and the want of the country retire, they brit) commensurate with the'sphere of its The taltes .. ,
undersigned SAMUECBy
Hatter tbeouelve circulation! 'rhe proposo topubljali In
that this establhhment peculiarities of its plan the
will merit large hare of patronage. They were adopted'after much reflection and qtypf TalFahasjree,Florida, a, weekly, i
have DOW >..nral'I>>DboD band,which can have not learned limits we newspaper entitled tjio" TallaJuuace Go- 'Given uoderm1. head and eeafoCotJie,
le turnisbed at a few, hours prominent features Jette ad'Ceeernl "wtnd dal,0t'SMt": "' ..
notice, and are Lave'Jailed in a single :crtitcr? Its columns ,- I I8J6.
point receive the
prepared to make Cant.of will be devoted tbe ;
all weights and 'to Politics Judge
approbation of its internal! Int.provomentkand
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ntT .. though I visit his :hen-roost in tl o' cjr, "What <>< ,, II I J. 4cr Bel,
'b that I not disturb him." or the birds!I" prevented from carrying the cargo to the
night may
L. .sa_ f, c._rl1.n_____'--- r'" Agreed!"hissed!! a !!D1ke;" tot he won't "Uumpl exclaimed I, rubbing my eyes boats with-the usual facility. That tie
o.\" Sans WAT&]"0 ,OAZL" let me bite him, though he knows it limy -for it seemed I had )cen' half: asleep- place at which the wrecking vessels an
r .6h! ling that much l'cw'.t song-onc4r more, nature; and kills me according to scripture,'' "hump! a man: is not so much worse than obliged to anchor is entirely exposed to tIle
} That song or otbd.,. r I and thereupon he:glared upon roe, curled, his neighbors, after all." force of the wind ,and sea' and at the distance
before "
L.Thotl beavedy note. oft Mull himself in spiral Volumes, and darted his e.. of fifteen or twenty miles from any
'Dear'recollectionl raise., tongue'at me in a most fearful manner. From the'N. Y Mercury. good\ harbor,in consequence of which they

anew "Agreed !r" said 'a great fat spider, who "For who to dumb forgetfotness a prey, incur greatdanger.of losing their vessels,
bii n1em'ry'sshrine. are.spread dear sat in his surrounded by, the dead bodies This pleasing, anxious being e'er resigned, the attempt to save the cargo of the Aid
Tbose'ttrtbate once o sweet and few of half a dozen insects Agreed; for Left the warm precincts of a cheerful day l rip., That the said Libellant was forced
glad'olng/ days so
Those So distant yet ao near tSo the bloody-minded savage takes delight in"dcstroying Nor cas one loogiag, iogeriog look behind." to net under weigh before he had finished

the fruits of my honest, labor on Death, sooner or later, is the allotted portion taking on board as much cargo as ho con.
near'the heart'(bey hDeret. all ,occasions.1'\ of every frail mortal. There is no templated. That forty men have been en.
At if,tbe, 'pfea were? By all means,buzzcd a great bluebottle clime that is exempt, from its operations. gaged in saving the cargo of tho said brig
..Though ever follow ,by regret ftyf "for he will not let me tickle his ft ia an inheritance with which we have and that the labour of removing the cargo
They still must linger! there. noSo oa a fJot'summer Jay,though ho must been endowed by the"Father of all in ev- from the beach to the vessel l, lying at so

cberi.h'd,oDd, but long lost joys see'witfi half:an'eye', that it gives me in- ery age." It is that clima.t: In our being great a distance, and the danger both of
Those'Tis anguish now to muse finite satisfaction.". which we all must arrive at! It is the great loss of vessels and of life,is as great if no:

". 'TJpou the pt-it but alloys Kill him!" cried'n little ant, who nn bar in our existence which severs us from greater than is usual: in relieving vessels
to. what present hopes infuse.Peli fuming and fretting about at a furious rate eternity! It is the blighter of pleasure-the ashore upon the outer reef. That Hie: ser
'!! a _" kill him without'mercy; for 'he don't soother; of pain! It alike waits the high and vices of the actors as aforesaid have.been
1 iVo dopes' ( like thos'egone, by. mind treading roe into a million of atomsa low--the rich and the poor! It is the lev- meritorious, wherofore tho aid, with, the I
They vanish like,the ray of talents! of fame! the of this Court is
eller the arrester usual process prayed"and"
the gorgeous bit more than I do killing a fly, addresgliimself
.: Which evening sky,
darkness shrouds the'day. to the spider. consoler of sorrow. It frustrates the expectations that a proper salvage be decreed to them
v The less about that the better," of the ambitious .statesman! It And whereas the Judge of the said Court
Thy'angel voice has call'd,them' back whispered the you spider.say will accompany the talented:. Senator thro' for the said district hath ordered and directed

t As if by magic spells ; Odds fish'"exclaimed a beautiful trout, all his political measures! It will follow the on Thursday the eighth day of October

Jfo present gntfs this heart, can rack that: Ishr.uldlike, very well to have caught learned legislator to the halls of legislation! next, for all persons concerned to be cited
While in my breast they dwell. s head out of the brook-"Odds the "man of God1" to the sacred altar! the and and intimated to appear at the CourtHouse

: floats poppingliis. the monster by all means-hook brave soldier to the :ground of slaughter at Key West, in said\\ district, to
I 'On airy wings bright Fancy him I for'he entices with" and! blood-and at its mandate the crowned show cause if any they have, why judgment
When listening to thy strain ; *, say; mo worms,
monarch will fall from his throne.It should not as prayed.-You there
"Then touch once more'those hallow'd notes and,devours me to gratify his insatiable ap- prostrate pass
I Oh t sing that song'again tN. petite," will-forever hush the splendid eloquenceand fore hereby authorised, empowered and
., Y. Star. To be sure," said a worm "kill him arrest the lefty sentiments of a Web strictly enjoined, peremptorily to cite and
-' as he sleeps, and Fll cat him afterward-' ster! It will strike mute the gifted tongue admonish all persons whatsoever, having ot
c From Tate's Edinburgh Magazine for, though I am acknowledged, on nil; and sound the funeral knell of the mighty! pretending to have any right, title,claim) or

A *AMBi8 IK 'THE 'WOODS, NVJIAT hands, to be his brother, ho imputes roc talents a Clay! At its bidding, the"eloquent interest, in or to the cargo, material, &r
WRITER and the learned Marshall resignedhis &c. & thcsaid brig Sea-driftaforesaid '
THE : svw AND HEARD ..TJlERZ.t alive on a hook, only for his amusement." ,
earthly honors--and forsook the laborsof l lIy serving on the said Lewis C. Hoyt laIc
On one of those occasion, about tho "I consent"cooed dove; "for he has ,
mi dlo' ftho: Sultry month'of 'August, deprived me or'my beloved mate,and made the; day, and calmly closed his eyes to master of said! briz,a true copy of this monition -
when"tho' dog-star'Uaes. and aH nature me a disconsolate widow"-upon which awake to a glorious morrow-to arise to a arrcf by publishing: the same in the

g sinks i into a sort of luxuriant repose,I &had sho began to moan'so piteously, that the | joyful eternity! Key West Enquirerand; by all other lawful:
become somewhat tired with a ramble lon whole assembly deeply sympathized in her At its summons the lamented Clinton ways,means& methods,whercbyJhis mom i ,
ethan 'usual l,and laid .myself,listlessly forlorn condition. ", left us,his manly form may long ere this tion ..mhe l made most public & notorious,
along the 'margin of a little twittering He has committed a million of murders h\\'cd\indlcc} decay-but the, brilliant to be and cppenr at the time and place aforesaid -

stream,.:thai stole its winding, ) among ,"cried,thespider. services conferred by him upon this" Em- : before tho Judge aforesaid, and nl:
the deep obscurities of the wood,. diffusing "lie drowns all my kitten," mewed the piro State": can never bo obliterated from so to attend upon every session and sessions -'
coolness'and inviting to tepose. :All the cat. the remeinbrance of his countrymen! to he held there.and from thence, until :-

customary sounds:that'give'life 'and animation "lIe tramples upon me without mercy Who, Death, clio' :evade thy grasp ?- a definite sentence shall he read and pro.
to.ni" sports and occupations,' had whispered the toad, "only because I'm no Thou askcstbf the beautiful I, of what avail I mulged in the said business inclusively; if
eaied. 'Niy, even the tinkling' cow-bell, I beauty." to them will be the crimson tincture of them or any of them shall think it their tin,
which broke at intervals on the hallowed "Ha is 'a treacherous cunning villian' the, skin*". Thou tellest'' to Hie rich that ty to do so,to 'hear, abide! by and performall

q juiet of the day,seemed:'to:; come river meninth barked'the fox. tho wheels: of their splendid chariots must and singular such'judicial 1 nets as are
soon cease their motion_: that their I : and by law required to be done,
a soft and mellowed tone, as if fearfulof "110 has no more bowels than a wolf,", pomp necessary
dislurVmff-its repose,find wed bY.thosolemnUy'of screamed the hawk. pride and glory, will) ere long glide away! and expedited in the premises, and further
i Thou wouldst ,have the midnight reveller to do and receive what unto law and justice
'. uTuvctsal silence. Through "110 is a bloody tyrant," croaked tho ,
know that with thee is invested the shall under lie 'of the law
of that overhung to power appertain, pain
t (he'.ifircheacanojpy foliage ; eagle. \
thp/liltle'streanjjTcould Bee it coursing its "He is the common enemy of'all nature, to draw the curtain; upon his "gay spent mid contempt thereof the absence or contumacy
festive "nig t." Thou wouldst inform the ot' them anti of-them in
fca'yjOn'eUneVhand, among mossy'rooks, and deserves a hundred and fifty thousand every any.
glitterygaa if, by moonlight, and disapwappffaftera deaths:' exclaimed they all with one voice. Staggering drunkard.that the contents of his wise notwithstanding: ,And \vhatsoeveiyoit
'thousand'neanderings! It i t began to be li attily ashamed of 'my- boulq will soon inn out, and that ere tho shall do ir4 the premises vouslwll duly
h Ira trnjnasible .at least with tneit'ia" impostiblo -' I self,'and was casting about how I might rising of many summer suns ho will reel I certify unto the Judge aforesaid, at tdf
to' resist the influence of such a 1 slip! away from hearing these pleasant reproaches into,eternity! Thou givest the miser to understand time and place aforesaid, together faith
coma, Reflecting being, like ourselves, t I ; but curiosity and listlessness that his "filthy lucre must find a : those present
sInk hale o'sort of m lancholr.reverie t andeven kcpj me quiet, while they continued to resting place in other hands! Thou also 1 Witness, the Honorable' James Webti.,!
i the .priBhtlih "of childhood is repressed discuss the best mode of destroying the ty blddest man to acknowledge the everilow1 i Judge of our said Superior Court, for the-
by the hallowed quiet that reigns I mot. "'fhercwas; as usual in such cases, I inn mercies of his Creator! Thou wurncst I, said District, this 24th clay of Septenibet
r tround.\ Guilt) awakes, from its long oblivion I great diversity of opinion. :' him to prepare for thy coming, and entreat A. D. 1G35, and ,of'a he Independence ryI
; and innocence becomes saddened with "I'll bury my talons in his brain," said cat him to "lead sober, righteous and godly I the United States, the sixtieth year.
the stillness of nature; I the eagle. life-that in the end 1 he may obtain"forgiveness I I ALDEN A. M. JACKSON, Clerk

:As thul'l lay,stretched,in languid listlessness "I'll tear oat his eyes, screamed the of his sins and life evermore. I Therefore kno'v ye, to all whom it mar

,on the bank of the stream, as quiet hawk.: INTERNAlTcuiES.If r concern, that in pursuance of the above
tai the lea'vesthat breathed not whisper "I'll whip him to death with my tail: ," 1 t rn.c nition from under the seal of the bis
above! 'me,laftd gradually' sinking into a- barked the fox. every on's internal care trict Court of the United! States of Amen
mos unconsriousness of,the world and all "I'll sting him home," hissed the snake. Were written on hii brow, : ca for the Southern District of Florida,tome
it holds the little birds :sported abOut; "I'll poison him,"said the spider. lIoN many would our'pity share I directed and deliverer], I do hereby gi\"!'
earcteW' of my presence, and the insects "I'll flv-blow him," buzzed the fly. Who raise our envy now! I I public notice to all persons in auy mannc
pursued that Incessant'turmoil which seems "I'll drown him, if he'll only come into I The fatal secret, if revealed interested;l therein, that they be and appear
j neverto; cease,until winter lays his icy fet- the brook,so I will," quoth the trout. From every aching breast, before the Superior Court to he hnldcn in
tera-on all nature,and drives them into'their "I'll drag him into my hole, and do his Would show, that only when concealed, and for the said District,at the Courthouse
inscrutable hiding places. There i is *lapse business there I said the Their Iqt appears the best.vIEUNI'tEDii'L'A'VEsOI' in
: warrant, ant: and ., Key West, on Thursday' the Cth day of
in"'to* recollection, ot ,the current ot my thereupon there was a giggle among the AM lUCA.- October at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
thoughts 'at'that' momcnt-- -a short period whole set. .. Southern Judicial District of Florida; that day, then and thereto interpose theirclaims
offoietftiltics,from which I Was aroused "And I'll:-.and I'll,* said the worm. -ss. (for the same, and to make their alle:
;; by'a: hoarse: croaking 'voice i <6xclaiwing--:, "What will you do!" exclaimed the rest Toe Martkaloftke aid Superior Court Jur the nations in support thereof.:
..crue1 y'savage monster{--what does ho <;. Dutrict-URE&TIl ,
in a litter. TIIOS. EASTIN, U.S.M.
heroT1 ,I looked around, and could see %yiIEREAS, Peter Stout, master of I
I : ""What will I do? Why, I'll cat him the wrecking schooner Florida I D'pty.Key "t
only a I wksealed .h the limb of a dry y f West *
.i after he's dead," replied Sir Worm and his Proctor \ September, 24th 1835.
t by Wm.
trw; ing mo, as I fancied, with a peculiar ; Hackley, Esq., has: I '
expression'of hostility; In a few me. then he strutted about, until he ,unwarily exhibited his Libel for and on behalf of
meats I agtittftlans&rtntoa profound rev: came so near that he slipped into the brook, himself and all others interested with him, : BUUCE'3Ncw.YoRicTYE FOUNDRY

rie,from "hi h'l was, awakened once more and was snapped up in a moment by tho stating, alleging; and propounding, that I NI). 13 Chambers $1. near Chatham.'Mg ."
by 'a small ueaXiog'whjsperI.daresay: trout. The example was contagious. whilst pursuing his avocatiori upon the Flo THE price of five line Picaplaiio'aad antique -
hQ'blood: hirsty. xi liar_has been setting Oho are you, for that sport f* mewed ?ic+ : on the llth day is educed to 25 cents lb.; and Six
tripe Toi us?* J looked again: ,and, at first the, cat, 'ai d chwed the trout. before he I of &ptemberinstant, vezsel insideof the line Pica and larger to 30 cents;thereby
could see nothing from which I supposedthe could get his head under, water I said Reef in the vicinity of Old Rhodes making than these other.perfect metal types cheaper

voice might; 'proceed;, but- at. the sarae-, "Tit for tat!"barked Reynard,and,snat- Creek,and near: to very dangerous patchesof This any foundry has had added lately to it?
time.I imagined :I distinguished ft sort of clung pussy up in his teeth, wasofflike a coral Reef. That on getting alongside<< former nnparallellcd assortment several sizes -
confined MbJsper; In! ,which many little shot. discovered her to be the brig Seadrift of of Shaded,Condensed and Ornamented

'voices seemed.comiQingled. My curiosity llinee'tit the fashion,"said the spider New York, Lewis C. Hoyt,toaster, bound I Types by which Printers at tb@letterpress
awakened and from New York to Mobile laden with are enabled to rival' the impressions
was ; peering about.quiet1": I'll take a crack, at that same blue-bottle an from
I round it proceeded from Ii collcctign of and thereupon he nabbed the poor fly in a assorted cargo. That several wrecking copper-plate ia beauty; fancy,.aod*:tasteful
animals, birds ,and insects, gathered to- twinkling., vessels were alongside! her, but the said display.
cetber for some nna'ccouatable! master refused to take any assistance. That The assortment ,embraces ,250 sizes Of
; They seemed,erinuch excited purpose.-,and withal "B,,your leave,"said the toad: ,and snap- the Libellant staid by the said brig to see if varieties, froin,1Z: line pica to pearl: J, of Ro
ia i about "soinethh alltalking ped up the spider in less than no time. any assistance should be until man, Italiot Black, AntiqueItalian, Title.
passion wanting,
g, "You oily thief of the world," hissed Sunday the 13th. of Condensed,, Shaded badolope, German.Textj .
at once. Listening September
I -
attentively instant
the snake in Ornamented Music,nut: and also Fica *
and ,
great.wrath. indigdantly when4ie left her. That
from the '
could Distinguish during the
night Tractions, Superiors, Rules Aatmnomical
Space ,
laying hold of the! toad managed to swallow of the 16th :
u Let us pounce upon the tyrant, acd hun aboal half where he Tuesday of September instant, and other Signs, Ornamented
kill him in his sleep cried an eagle for all his glory; way, hyln the said brig got adrift from her anchors ,Dashes, Long'Braces, Brass Rules, nearly
he grudges nie a miserable little lamb now and went ashore upon the beach of Key 300 Borders, and more than 1000 Cuts or-
and then,though I don't require one above "What* nice morsel for my poor fatherless \?*&, about: two miles to the north' of the Ornament: for Newspapers'; ScLooI-Books,
once week See! where he 'wounded little" onesp'cooed the dove; and, pee lusin Hill, where she now lies;head on and Scientific works. :
t me in the wing, so that I can'hardly king at the ant, was just flying away with shore, where the water at high tide does Tate subscribers furnish Composing-Sticks] ,
an honest by get it, in quite :'a sentimental way when the Dot reacts her stern, and at low tide the water : Cases' Chases,Galleys, Furniture, Paper
living prey"cc
; hawksecag.thisscreamed\ ,out... not nearer than two hundred Jpkallkinds of Printing Presses, aai every
Let me'sclatch hb eyes cutnccrean3eil : *>What a pretty plump dove for dinner her stem.. That the shoals yards of article required in a.Priotiog fice, at the
a hawk,; "fOlV11I,not.allow me e&ca- Providence# hath ordained I should eat her" from her so ftt that a vessel extend out ;manufacturers'prices, They,also, execute
cannot approach for Stereotyping.Printers .
ablyto cant.otr a chicken from his barnt He was carrying her off whtn,the tale ithin less than one acd a half miles :
yard ) hough tam )Jiogpr hunger, gild darted him and soaring to That all the of Newspapers who publish tbi9advertisemrot
upon! an em on cargo has to be taken from (with this note three timesbefore '
in )
come open day tojcJaunjny natural jn- the summit t.of inaccessible, rock the said in
com* brig which cannot "th.::sad of the year 1834. shall re*
defeasible :
? ap
right. posedfy nude a meal of both hawk and proach within a half wile (afloat) whenjUcn ceiv payment when they make-a purchase
"Aytaybaiked: a fox; interferes dove _Then, picking his teeth with his at low water. That the shore u lined*- from the Foundry'of four times the amount

in the sari* Iue'lManerw? th my' privile chws, lie exclaimed, with grttt coropkcca with rough and 'hard rocks, by which the cf"their,,, bi1!._' p, "<2EO.JmUCBJCO.
.Yorirt Auf. t2( 1835. 4t ;

i I

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s ._..< -t-c-

4 S !I II .. atiDg. Yet each appears to be the eppfci the neighborhood of such*spot io tie stoniest

!!!1. \ J of th5 northern"underwriters, and vessel, and wJtbMho ablest crew that
ever sailed, is Mate, which Nelson himself{
) ate not deposed td Allow +f .s bound 'I would have RtrTveri 10 avoid I bat that thcte

i i I the westward to atop here, unless an ad poor nameless heroes should cot only be

KEY WES, F Uont premium, ,is'received.W +': willing but eager to get,there:voluntarily in.

; < do not:tll.tb ,1 can be ''', 11.infor!" a hurricane in an opCn boat, 'shows, we"clearly
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26 i that, with all his'toUi..ncJ.al all has
.. ?*?.. __ .__, jr ; I 'f'! cither It' as I-to,tho course pursued by.. foibles, rata really is,or rather can, betbe',
{ 'rnRou >< the politenes .i oflho vessels bound to tho ports on I lord, of the 'creation' and that within hitslight

It. Parker. of Boston, the' keeper' Gulf pf.M.exico..or tho situation o( frame there beats a heart capable of ,

Key Light has been put in possesl ; '-West, else theywould not object so doing what every other animal creitioTr*
copy of his Register of Vessels would sbulder to perform. The lion it rat! w ,
t1"" their touching here
designating numbers,'4All vessels nuoudJ, to A age, and the tiger- ferocious but "he....+*; ; ,
fore, showing their designating | The ",l orth-1Veet Passage: so called,. would their be if they were to/,
passing Sand Key, will be reported : t directly from our harbor: into the Gulf find themselves moat with English boatmen1,*

first opportunity,to the.Key West i -Mexico,- and, wasters .6f vessels gladly It most bi eticSerit to our readers, that,
tho Deal boatmen oRe>incur theredangers
I rift'tbei'n elves of its advantage it ,
DCCISIO: or 'THE COURT or I r without any remuneration and in vain, and
.The case of the Brig.1\1aroC: gel away' ?with!Jibe difficulties attendant that half a-doten have.continually to.

Hill Hi I n passing round the Tortugas Islands, return, their services after all Dot being re.
,came before !
Capt. up .
"against a strong current, while quired. 80 long as a vessel can keepbsea : .
WEBB: on Monday 31st. The I '
the they are specks on the ocean/l insignificant ,
; the timeit materially curtails
salvage ,awarded was 40 per same \. and unnoticed ; but when a Ihip.is.1 to
tale of the cargo, which : to their destined ports; To go drifting( on the sands, or has:itruck' ;.then (

Thursday 24th is not yet !: ) this passage, vessels have to pass there.. exists no object in creation so important ,
mile of the and there as themselves. As soon as a vessel' !
Tho effect saved from the schr. : a r. two town, ,
strikes tare sand, the
were sold on the 21st. The total no possible danger to be incurred? by an break upon as they, strike waves and in succession here t
*of the wreck, including the hull of oring or' in hauling to tlio wharves, for the Under'such circumstances, the only means.

sel and small sum of money found of'merchandise, as,bur 'harbor is of getting her afloat, is for the shore-boat
t '
". *;" io the most severe gales tot come under her bows and carry off heK;"
will amount to about$950. fler : rite fovea 1
anchor which
iW; ; being drooped at some didlance
before the Court on 28th : atev er4uartertheymq come.
Monday to windward, enables her to haul ber- '
Ittwoufd" add ,much: l to'tho,accomnioda- reef 'into.deep water. 'IV 'describe the

Unrt1L: IU: or FLORIDA \ ,0(- our merchants, and citizens gener danger which small open boat experience 1 +

The repeated instances we have ",;could; Key West bo made a regular even, in approaching a vessel to make tbii i

cord lately,of the usefulness of our ; toppiD place for all vessels passing thro attempt, ia beyond tho, power.of any pain '
: : '
ter; in fact he has never witnessed it, anfl
on,have 'made.us' still more ; : NorthWest Passage, and we have no even were' he to be granted thcionyortuni*

injustice of the observation made could au understanding btl had with tJ,it is quite certain thatfth:,'r1i h o should.)

Ornithologist ;Audubon,in the I insurance offices, and no higher premi paint, to use sailor's" pLI"ser, "till'all was'r

Ornithological.Biography 1 lately I in consequence,'bxact d. that such an blue," the artist himself'would"' iiok' Yea:.,
Which 'we ,noticed not "long ;, #f times bluer than his picture. : ,
ago would bo into "
by ma.
j ngement entered Of all the most unwieldly'guest's that't"*
they are !engaged ,in enterprises of tho of tho lines i could seek ,
: proprietors, packet for a lodging in a small bolt,II

they are in nowise anxious to publish I ; between .northern, .. ports and I large ship's anchor Is'porhapa.tho."orat J.tOIl

to the government or the world. on the Gulf of Mexico ; receive or swallow, it,is almost ,death-t ji ,
slander f c get rid ,of it.or disgorge, jt is,,if, possible y
upon tbe character and I We would recommend therefore to tho : ;(J
still worse. Even in calm ,
a Itl\JCe itby'
vices, which Mr* Audubon should portion.of our community to which end you'will, it iil-, an ""awkw'anr'cu-':
J the last to refute. We doubt if a representation of the matter to the I toiner to ith ; and though'philosophers

tufierer in'> the late gale, would I nce offices through their agent here, have said this Ibad becomes light which i*''

hailed with much greater i cheerfully borne," yet if.it weigha"slideeDdor !
to .effect removal of the
of Florida''Wrec1cer than ? .' eighteen hundred'>veight, in raliot.: .'
sight a ; !
? i which is now placed, upon our wind, carry;it which way you will,ttis heft; i

fieheld ft whole tribe of naturalists with northern ports,-an evil, vy. When,,a vessel, frfim 4 bumping on. the >

they might Lave been loaded I ; wo do not think is inflicted upon us sands, has become'unable to float,. Hi last
4 Wonderful turtles which Mr. us and only resource: is'to'save'some, the:ere** *'
any reason, and one which we think who lashed +
are able tom, ;tolce; with their bills to a rope which has been'thrdb4;
)' bq done away with entirely, or, at aboard, are, one by one./ ;
indo f ukcsof anchor,. Those wonde
obviated.ArflU* boatmen through the surf; till, the: boat .being ';'?
j mats,are too much I like the Now able tb hold no,{more, b.1cut, ,the only: ",

mosquitoes, that are furnished with A WATZRINO PLe s.--<4 A Sketch from thread on which' the hopes of,the remainder/ )" rd!
rats upon which to sharpen their : .) ""'is going the rounds bt tho papers, had depended, and departing,with ,theirs,: .i,

those who have lived among turtle I '4 Beginning Life at forty"inYbicb cargo,'the rest are left_ to their' ;fate' :" '..j fi .
: -r--1 r err1 ._ -_ *
to believe in their existence. We the writer: gives Watering place put : i '
i fk OTCE.II.: Six 1 weeks afterdate appitca : t
like to know, before we purchase and visitors the.following good cu'tf.-'t i l .tionwUlbe-inide> to too f

'hetur tbe.-oUi r 'wonders; it ; ; '!I left my.family tetidiugtisai'act: : nlry. It't eountcOU"u1"tfiicodntj' 1ttibbotoaglt,

equally remarkable* (( wD, but'dignified with tho/namo of a \wa by the undersigned ftf letlertcTadmarA*.;: /' : oA i
tion on thet'e.tatfi\of Antonio: ,eh Qty;, I "
', \ co
place.; for.some medical.gentleman;,
rt'p S
mrWrtlca:8: i AND strrroMto LOSS aidcounty.'deceJued.QU1NINA: .- : : '. .>',/ ''aIu. .l 1\
fortunately for the/ inhabitants, had .
the late PA.CIJF.CieIt
gale. 1'Cr d that the well.in Jus'garden prop WU 41rtM I'
I.x our last, we reported that a j, 'oJI
water that tasted particularly Dut,., I Tampa'Uileborougbcouatyi'? : : .:,.l."t
had been
gale here
experienced It on therefore unavailable, for :culinary, I 11ag.g4',1895.41.___ -*LY j*! .?* ..c. '_J') :; :.%*>
loth and 17th inst. far
was more .. 9
he declared it to be '- -: ,
I eminently ... ... .. .
to windward, and thought to have .i.
1arfnt ,, lit elti rutc.i .
it and
ed } analysed clearly pointed I : .' "::1
gale which can be
J any 'I.
how much salt there was in it, and how {:yS
I 1 disastrous effects as well as.its ; I carbonate) oPsoda- and r other, nasty P. .A'R'i', a.F" )fE- )t.E 8.. T.>'
Nothing is known of the ... i\ )
J I ; and, Iho end of it was, that people I .,1}
may have occurred father north therein crowds a morning to make .Juuu .ED. ;, J\ '" .1 ;

j It miles beyond the Light Ship I ,faces, swallow goblets of the physical SEPTEMBER,19-Sloop', H.Iief, lWoddY ,

4 ford reef, where the greatest and listen ward, Havana 11 to'the
accompaniment of
the gale appears to hare been felt; : band of.wind instruments.WRECKERS. Rev Cutter. Washington,.Li., Qeaufo'r!.-,
twcen that and Key West they e commanding? from Zeroise:'I ; ; : .oJ.,
2t-U. Scaaspgrt: iahr.: 11iottoarm;
: :
: ; V
and serious.
many : rlrLiIH strong Charleston
: -For the informa ; sundries to cofflmtnl--,
I The Light Ship Florida was : : of our: friend j on_ the Reef,_we :'publish IDg officer, garrison. .". t
22-8cbi Fair *
jured wooden covering to Amcricafl.'CoflftbiiiCaivsfonl -
I an, account of the Deal Boatmen
'R.ef, 63 :bales ttoh'
partly demolished, the glass of her i.t know ; e 110m wreck!
I they may something ofibe"/ser .bipMaje.t1cot'BClton'l\to\ FA'Browne.%:
stove in and her" blown #
boats .I performed, by'their fellow,-wreoken Schr,Single Btilor,.BethoJI, Key Largo, '
fixtures of her lights having been ( England!' It is extracted from the Lon-. dry good,groceries &c.; :from wreck brig.,

stroyed some time may elapse Quarterly Review, for April i last.-. Sea-Drift,of,New,,York; ib'O: : q*Uttp.: '
may be shown; but we understand ; !3-Schr Olive Branch) Greene,. keT.J
Cutter Washington has been, We suppose it is known to most of,our .i' Largo, ditto t 'to 0 O'Hanu; *; '

with to endeavor if 'ra that,there exists,on the shores of ,24-Scbr'Florlda, Stout,KeV Lahro,tunjI
orders! a breed of, amphibious human being',; I cargo orditto't to 0 O'Hara.'I'Le;.ltotldtt
to raise others of a temporary peculiar, profession it is to rushto tie came down' under Jury mutt..ri &:.?.,a

1 The brig Sea-Drift of New York } .of.every'vessel io distress 'fn both masts in the gale and: Jaee a.4tberwiie J

Hoyt, bound to Mobile with of'calm and sunshine, they 'stand f injured. -'a .. .. ... .
an '
.. ,.. on the abate, stagnant:and dor- Sob!, PulaaJdCqp ,',, ?ewpassengen JU".r rj t
cargo, reported in our last ai-ashore ;like the ocean: before them; but when crew' and baggage*omwyec lC"
",ford reef was carried bodily to shopkeeper clotfes bis door whenib I Spanish brig GilBlu ;' to 'P C: 0.-1-:'

on Key Largo, and' now lie high .woman with umbrella: tu/nedi.kle I The barge' bathe brig. was, 'b 'oqCcitwd'. ... ib *
tow_ .t ? : :
15 feet from the water. She did feels that she must either lose it or go. :
Her it heaven ; 'when the reins Of the 2&-Sebr 'Amelia..- Robertlf;Carysford1+d;
cargo will be saved principally -coachmatt are nearly blown from his Reef ICO bales cotton and atbec articles

order large portion of it has and the leaders have scarcely jbiood ,from wtecklblr.'MajeltIC p taTiA'Broirn.e '

to Key West, as will be seen under :: breeding enough to face the storm t when JSI peo..,.Caryl-\ .

rine head. + ( snow isdrifting across the fields,seekipg. I ford F A Reef* l96 htla, cugq *EW*,.dU( .I: to ,
a hedgerow against which may sparkle, Brgwne. S (
The ship Majestic, of Boston, rest in peace when whole families *f[ 'SloOp AdorOtag'Stat'J6nuiaoNivehock"E

Smith, from New Orleans with,"a wealthy stop in their discourse to listen .don, to'JDuter. J1>0 Mdrciag-Star. brodgb't'tt >> +
1060 bale cotton, and 100 hhdt. : the wjnd rumbling in their chimneys from Cape Carn }vrrtl the crows;and/one of1

bound to Liverpool,was driven I ;: the sailor's wife, at her tea, hugs her the captainf the brigs Noble and La Far-' : ;
miles north of the f tt. henrml ; and, looking at its lath- errs r ,tht\wUl it la supposeJ;bo toUUv; Iota "
Light and
Ship i j ,silently thanks heaven that be if on shore; ... SAILED. -V
lost s.
totally A portion of her & has the moment arrived for the Deal SEPTEMBER 4 .
20 Relief
arrived here,and more is on its : 1 i l !to contend, one against another, ward,)..yua. Bloop>T ; ,. .... +'

The brig Blakely, of and from t see whose boat shall first launched into i 24+Scb,Fair Americso,Coombs; Beef.

bound to Havana, with a cargo; of I I .beach tremendous is very:surf steep,As and tb.declivity a*the. Jrue4'I ofI Itaef. V. t3. "/'.+.aplpor scbr Motto At -- \) g.

and lumber, lies 3 or 4 miles I I n over which the,kiel descend,:;are all I. > Catt.\V..bb4cioDLt.CoaiDnu" 'I

Light Ship. No wreckerhad yet r ed ready for the attempt,they oal.w-.Jt t : fart,Csrvtford Kef f and:Cape Honda: : '-'*
her when the moment 'for what they call *f lull ** ire.E'f .,
last vessel which has a and &hr, j .'Hartie'I'ortugys: "
left the vicinity, .. f cutting, the, rope, tfceoark, n them- '8cM Lion, Athlodr, Rae(: ; .
rushes to Jttnatfr '
I : dement 'f Ire to "'r arSin .Bao'rBethellKejrLar.'
Foe ot4tr9tutll,llama unknown, ; .difficulty gettbg Jnto>deep,water.voo4 : IV. "t '....8

the reef, *u/i*, and thtft it erery 1 i lIat t ""' lJP4 J b1ij. U-SCbr OH"8 r yaras.. Reef.
,. ,the : J'ki C
4lf em board hate no! _b..q bbtxd M UO.RAf
ptrithtd.' One 'of 1OPt4t boats i r ..A."Ttie British brig'Wal..
a IChooer-ri ec1 brig lying in fear ; jI, others, 'w tb" ftivea, or eight meta oq; I .qU0sr1' sslue master,. ..artit
I ,q'gey
water with ber topmast onto : (I &rwtoG 'h4: stretching acroseto 1'1 Iop.u4 ogltt" l.et,,'IA wagtff pl'OY i
I very pectin cremtiott whidi, one Would water, aid would proceed! ,tg.tW.!
: 'I *
The wrecking vesbfls bate*u5.r sk thaea(*rfigraaa f would most fearfully p biei?rto soon am pilot could '.ob t>
....the OoodwinBwdt. ifct ,.vlbii |, *cargo Mffom t'XP114.LagttiMbo wl. to Ixmdon' '-r- wjtK* J;' .

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1'&DLB'I'01\ 4 (ttrEdituw of Newspapers throughoutthe ; I ings, habits, anti general tone of thin'tin?
EIETEOROLOGICAS.' United, ,State.., who will publish the of an enthusiastic and high-minded people-

KEPT AT THE CUSTOM IIOUSE KEY WEST. foregoing Prospectus and notice the contents I -if under the enlivening inspiration of the
$: RON THE JOVIAL ofllje Magazine from time to time, I Genius Loci, and with the approving smile?

_. ___ __ Jf' shall! be entitled to the first volume. I of tho 'generous, and the Fair, and the concurrence .

Monthly. Dil7J. !. .RaiD .Show., Rain Any person remitting the Agent,by mail! and effective: Lid of the learnedand
i\ f" post paid Ten.Dpllars, shall 1 receive: six, talented, : melt<< among us,if it shall contribute *
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MDNTIJ'/I I. t, du 1 'diJ"" daytity.: as the money! is regularly;Toiwardcdl the South that elevated: literary position or
6 8 for which it is entitled and which it is
8 0 : A liberal price will be paid appropriate ; capable!
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March. 82,60 63,50 I tins work will be conducted
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April iMat. 86,50, 55,75 79,775 16,75 J,50 61S 9,400 2 6 3tUO :office.. scriber, assisted by several literary gentlemen -
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lODe. .-. .. 80.50 73,50 / I I LADY'S BOOK:.
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July. 2 13 : A monthly Magazine, containing Tale,
August.. 89,95 74,00 82,157 15,25 11,50' 45. 8,0'l4 -. who, rare interested in its success
original and selected, Moral and Scientific
and who think the present a favorable juncture
/ t Essays, Poetry, from the best au-
for the commencement of such ,
Thermometers are RuTncnrORD's self Rcgutcriog horizontal taerraome-- thou, the Quarterly representation of an enterprrze. i
rcTThe It will be printed in an octavform

within doors,but in a free circulation of air during thea. jLt as well,as the Ladies1: =colored Fashions,Music adopted of in the Philadelnliia newest on fine paper, in monthly numbers cf
Nn, kept will
and be
: each
4 Jtr I 5t3pages put to press, as
&c. &c.
off sufficient number of
'I soon as a subscriberscan :
'day. ,- Pttblishcd regularly on tile j.rat day ofcrcry be obtained to authorise its publication.
J month by, Louis A. GODKV at JVo. 3, "Journal" will be furnished
to sub-
THE g(" UNITED STATES OF AMEaICA.s expired and f.and methods by ,all, other')lawfulyays this monition, Athenian. 'Buildings. Franklin Place, scribers at five dollars per annum, payableat
means whereby, '
of Florida-'ss. Philadelphia, of six months
}pdi.cial.District the expiration from the
may be made most public and notorious, Embellished with a beautiful nnd extensive -
To the JHdnhal of Sher Superior Court for the to be and appear.at the time and place aforesaid variety'of engravings, from originaland date of the first number.
JDufpcf. I before the Judge aforesaid,and also selected designs, both colored and 24th March
Charleston, 1835.
HEREAS Stephen Coombs, master I to attend session and sessions
upon every plain'with two engraved title pages, and of The
At a meeting Literary arul jA-
of the licensed wrecking scbr. to beheld there and from thenceitittil two distinct indexes: (intended to perfect ,
'called'the Fair American, has exhibited a definite sentence shall be read and pro- separate volumes in the year,)also, a choice loMphical Society March of South Carolina, con
his Libel for arid on behalf of.himself and mulged in the said business! inclusively; if collection of Music, original and selected', Dewed on the 27th 1035, the follow-
all others associated with him, stating, al. them or any of them aU think it their ditty arranged for the piano or guitar, with near log Resolution was .ofRrcd by Benjarnif.
Wging and propounding, that on Friday tho to do so,to hear, abide by" and, performall ly COO pages large (Octavo letter press, and 1 Elliott, Esq., seconded by Myer 1\1. C\llcn,.
28th of August, while pursuing his avocation and singular such judicial.acts'as arc only THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. I Er-q, and unanimously, adopted:-
of wrecking on the Florida Reef he necessary and by law required to be done Each: mimic ref this periodical contains Resolved, That The Literary ff IV:

discovered when off the Bay of Honda, and expedited in the premises, and further 40 pages of extra royal= octavo letterpress! l 6l'phicaZ.Socirty understand, with high
about four miles distant*. the wreck of a I to do and receive what unto law and justice printed! with clear, new, and beautiful{ type, gratification, that Mr. VVhilakcr is abou:
i vessel adrift, wiu\the larboard rail just above I shall appertain, under the pain of the law (arranged J after the manner: of the London commencing a monthly Journal, to l IIC dc-
; the water. That .he immediately i and contempt thereof'the absence or,contumacy 14La Belle Asscmblee,") on paper of the voted to llio advancement<< of Southern
peered for her'and was-)'soon alongsidebut I of them and every of them in anywise finest texture and whitest color. It i is embellished Literature arid, with pleasure, declare their
cot;being able to ascertain character or notwithstanding ; And whatsoeveryou with splendid Engravings on Copper opinion of his full qualification for uch art
condition, ;took tier in tow''and proceeded I shall do in the premises you shall duly and Steel,'executed: by artists of the| undertaking, and comply, with his request!

tow Newfound Harbour That an nn. certify unto tho Judge aforesaid, at the highest skill and distinction, and embracingevery to bo permitted to publish the proceedingsof
cfcpr\ ,with fifty fathoms of,chain, and thegreater time and place aforesaid, together with variety of subjects.-Among these life society, and such communication
part of"the,jigging was hanging these presents.Witness arc illustrations Popular Legends, Romantic I to the society, as the curators may apr('\ ,

overboard, also the spars were hanging about the 'Honorable James Webb, Incidents,,'Attractive Scenery, and r (Signed) JOSEPH.JOHNSON' ,
the bows, which made the labor of Judge of''our said Superior Court, for the portraits of Illustrious Females. The num- President! pro ttu
her tedious and''difficult, said District this seventh of JACOB })J; LA lIoT'r.SecrctlllJ.; .
Wing very day September ber commencing eadr; ,quarter contains n
That.OA Saturday the 29th of'August,,the A. D. 1835, and' of the Independence picture of the existing Philadelphia: Fashions (::J"Subscriptions' : to the above work! wi\\

schr.Mary Elizabeth; canto to the assistance of the United States, the sixtieth, year. designed, engraved: and colored ex- be received at this Office. April! 21.

of tto.LibelJan1,'from which;vessel he' obtained ALDEN A. M.. JACKSON, Clerk. pressly fur this work, by competent persons -
'the assistance of scycn men to addition \Tijerefqre: know ye, to all whom it mayconcenj specially engaged for that purpose. Tlio PROSPECTUSOf
to the:.crow ,of tho ,Lrbdlftnta own I ihat in pursuance of the above ,. Embellishments of this charter which have the Third Volume of the
vessel. That:en Sunday tho 3 Jth .ol August I rncnition' from under the seal of the Dis-' appeared in former numbers, arc confessedly JPARLOR MAGAZINE.
they succeeded by great labour and trict Court of tno" United States of America I superior to any which have been furnished WEEKLY paper devoted to Lite-
t, perseverance'in getting the said wreck into for the Southern District of Florida, tome in any other similar American publication A ralurc anti the Fine Arid; the Drama;

Newfound harbor,where she was laid ashore directed and delivered,.I do hereby give and from the :arrangements which have tliel-ashionar Tales; Essays BiograpliicalSketches ; :
ob'a banK and lightened;by which they as- I public notice!all persons in any manner been made, there' is every reason to believe ; the History of Women; Ilarmk39Satire -
cert ined'h' to be'the' schr. Pep Deb..ofAA&ston I interested tltqrein that they be and appear they will bo improved in tho coming vol I ; Review of'New Work=, &r,
{ partly Iadenith turn in sacks." I before '\110 Superior Court to beholden In.' ,umes. In addition to' the several Embcl- &c.; UIIII fm\Ldi'slled: with $"I' riot En
That, . rid fair breach her'and both pumps be- in Key West, on Monday the 28th day of contains several Engravings: on wood representing Fashions, and Music. Price three dollar
t, d tag gone* I band it 'impossible to bail her ,I September at o'clock in the forenoon of foreign and native scents, curious per annum, payable in advance.:
out with the means,then'in their possession tint day, then and there to interpose theit 1 and interesting subjects, natural history, The PAKIOR MAOAZI.M: i is now i in th>
and dispatched.thescht.' ; Mary Elizabeth to claims for the same, and to make their allegations Entomology, Concholugy, numerous Incidents I meridian of Us popularity; and as aspiring'
Key West, toobtain, buckets, and if .flour in supportt thereof. Ornamental Productions, Uwbrnide 'hopes without a shadow, and cloudless

14 ble, a pump. That i in.; tho mean time all THOS. EASTIN, U.S.M. ry, and oilier needle work, Hiding, Dancing piuHpocls 'without a horizon, continue ti
bands left'; whD.wrecrc were' diligently employed .By,JOS. ATIJOURON, D'pty. &c., besides one or mure pieces of cheer it on its way, \vu may reasonably! anticipate -
in"discharging the corn (which fm Key West,September, 7th, 1835. popular Music, arranged for tha Piano or : fur it a long day of triumph., Frr
its damaged state was thrown overboard) ELLEN MALLORY star.Every general uppearance, inechariical arrangt-
t and in bailing 'That on-Monday the 31st In Attachment. six numbers of the work forte nn incnt, and llmgrapllica.Ic.tccutillu, il mi: >
of August, the schooner Mary Elizabeth JOHN R. n.WESTERN. elegant volume suitable for binding and justly assert its claims: .to rank! among the!
returned from Key West ,with" wickets on- with these 'are furnished nu.-U beautiful periodicals in the UniteHlates. /
A LL those interest will gratuitous a superbly
take notice
not btning'procured "a ; and notwithstanding 'J'hc ( is
ly pump engraved title and Literary department contributed
./% that the said suit has been page a general
: common
the heat and stench from the cedby' attachment in tho Court index of contents. Qijr:: The terms of the to by many of the ablest writersin
Damaged com was so great at. this timeIbat' for Superior Lady's! Book arc three dollars in ad rune. the country-tncn whose names, if they
Monroe and nrO"notified
County, ta
it caused the then at work'.in the hold Ii wouL
< plead to the declaration filed herein. Persons remitting Ten Dollars shall bu en- gave us J pcrmissicn to use them,
to 'be siclc, bad influenced, their eyes to I the trouble of claims
titled save us
!o four copies of the work. Persons circulating our
30-3m A GORDON
[ ] for Pl'8
Att'y I
such a degree as nearly to produce blind remitting Fifteen Dollars shall be entitled on the public through tho medium of a

acas yet they persevered, in their severe la- GREAT NATIONAL WORK.AITCEIUCAljrtlAGAZINE. to six copies of the work, and additional prospectus. t
of biilura and September the comtill had copies, of the :best engravings. Persons For selection, tho literary gardens of jl*
oa tho',th rd of they to : procuring Ten Katy Subscribers and forwarding America and half Europe arc open to us.
Of useful and Kit
..i completed,and got the wreck' free. That be illustrated tckdgt, tho cash for the same, besides n so that if \vc fail in this: particular the tic*
the LibtlUnt thcn! took the wreck in tow by numerous Engrat ags. discount of fifteen per cent, shall' be f feet must be only attributed to a. want of!
with the'achr Fair'American. ,and proceeded : BY TOE"BOSTON BXWICX COMPANY. sentedwith a copy of the third volume pre-of taste:: -TJie "l"n ilions" shall meet will
for Key West,'where he"arrived on tho : The success which has attended the publication the work superbly bound. due Uenti.m.1 ham made nrrunne-i
rid.d day of September lust, at four o'- :' of the best Magazines from the flouts to obtain the arli t--iJltdligcfl" |

clockP.. M. Thatdurinff! the whole time English Press; has led to.preparations for PROSPECTUS from London and Paris; in respect 'to the
the said Libellant ..was employed in bail issuing periodical 1 more particularly p- Of a Monthly Magazine, to be entitled various changes, which! shall he inserted c?
ing said wreck and discharging! the corn ted to the. wants and taste of the American THE SouTHcnN LITEMAHY JOV&NAI, soon. as received. The Parlor Mngnziut'I I
her cargo the.weatherwas'squally and a .: public. While it will be the object of tho To It jiuhluhed in Charlcttori, $C., shall be ,>sionally embellished with
Low sea setting on'the reef, and that but proprietors to make the work strictly what CW7"HILE numerous literary periodi- beautiful engravings upon i interesting subjects

for.hy JlmeJlexertiops in taking and keep \ its title indicates, it will, nevertheless, con I f' f' cal are issued from tho American ; and plates of the ,rjcuebt f'ushion.s
trig the said wrecked schr. in tow and car* taut 'all articles of interest to its patrons. Press, which aro liberally patronized, it has plain or colored, as circumstancesvil..

her intq the said-JWound harborshewoufd which appear in foreign Magazines; been a subject of,general regret, that since |penult, besides wood ,=cula'in_ great variety,
in all probability have been dashedto Extensive preparations have been enter. the discontinuance of that able work, ,the and a piece of original:: or well!! selected
pieces on the rocks, and totally lost- ed into,' both with artists and Authors to Southern Review, there has been no Magazine Music, at least twice a inonth.
That ha the said Libellant has been the furnish, from all parts of tho Union, drawings established in South Carolina, nJiJld-1 .CIIighl/ finished portraits of all tin-
means of sating the Aid wrecked schr.Pee and illustrations of every subject of iog a sub Me rjedium through which the great British'and American from
Dee and the effects found with'her fromtotal interest .
which the
publishers confidently opinions "ir out 'best writers might be Chaucer downwards, are in preparation,
'deetructipnwherefore he prays the believe will enable them to issue a work brought to boar
directly and
usefully upon and will appear in the, Magazine from timeto
mid of rCoart in the,premises, that the honorable to its title and
acceptable to the the public mind. It is with TI'CW
bo l : to race time, with a general critique. ontho author's
"fccustomary:: process had,and that: alibival American People. this demand that the
publication of this works, ,annexed to each the head
and salvage be allowed. i
proper to him. The American Magazine is published Journal fa
proposed-and that the general and review of Slakspcare will be foruV
And whereas the Judge of
our said monthly-each number containing between and substantial
support of the citizens of coming in will follow
the said District hath ordered I February. ;
Court lor and
'i forty and fifty imperial octavo pages,at Two I the South, U respectfully sol.cited. To this
paragraph we would respectfully
on the 28th :
directed Monday day September Dollars per annum,payable in advance.Sketches The proposed Magazine, will consist of call the reader's attention as the undertaking -
inst. for all ,persons ''concerned to be ,
comprises-Portraits aDd
cited and intimated to appear at the Court Biographical original communications on Literary mad is ono of th"Jreatest, expense and J la
distinguished Americans--
subjects, of ponces! of recent bor. The likeness taken by
shall all be
house at Key West in said District to Views or
Public Buildings, Monuments, publications particularly in the
department the best ,
show cause if,any theylla v judgment and improvements ; 'Landscape scenery. of light and fugitive Literature of ,
thould not"pU9u> : m -You are there the boundless Variety and beauty of which, tales suggested by historical and, popular The Magazine: is printed on pupcr-royai'
fore hereby' authonsed. empowered and in this country, will form an unceasing aocUUojw, of Poetry and Political local Intelligence as- rape, in quarto: form, and stitched in *
strictly enjoined, peremptorily to cite and source of instruction and gratification En ,.- Its columns handsome cover.
; intended
admonish all persons whatsoever, having or: ,and descriptions of the character vebKle for the foe to atIordJ Office Liberty-street, f\cw.Y ork.
pretending to have any right,'title,chum Ort Tuts, fee 'of,Birds Beasts:, Fishes, and i interest, in or to thenld wrecked schr. Pee Insects together wUh'erery subject connected importance, interest frooi their exchange w th us,.will oblige by copy m8
Dee, her csigo, tackle, apparel or furniture with the Geography, History Natural, I. of tho attention, or attraction are deserving this prospectus-and forwarding Jhorpaper",
of an educated i iI
aforesaid by publishing this monition to and artificial
resources UCthoco"nlrJ. illus, I community. If it shall
the Key West Enquirer at least fifteen day bated in a familiar and popular'IDanDer..' name imports, a Journal of become atrict Sox&crn what its OF" LADING XEJlfljr PRTh7J '
belt the Said 28th day September inst.
BOSTON BEWICK CO. XtferrfBft it shall; -
serve to place upon
tad week until said time shall have N'o
once a : 47 Ccurt Street record* tree Ietoant
Of tee
opinions,fceI- TUIS CfeElCET::


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