Key West enquirer
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00049046/00044
 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: October 3, 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: UF00049046:00044

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of thin Vc1prt. view the landmarks of the Constitution.of

ENQUIRER'nPublished] every Sat- THEEDITED tho United State; by which they hoptl to i

urday morning, at FIVE DOLLARS per steer their course aright. As moderation

annum. and firmness will be oor motto, we will be
ADVF.rmsr.MENT inserted at tIle rate of slow to brand with heresy.thoseipoliticians

Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, (of ..QUI... who honestly differ in opinion fromus.
fifteen lines,) for the first insertion, and .
Fevontv-Fivo Cents for each suLse'tlentI It I* our design fairly to repor \ tho

rontiunance. Advertisements will l,erontinucd l passing political news of the day i tin political

until otherwise; ordered. NODe L- ATKINSON."voiTi.TKIY views that we may nave occasion to
will he considered less than a AJfD PUBLISHED. JESSE advocate shall be dispassionately discussed
square. ,
0::7"No subscription will be discontinuedunless ___ __ ...____ .__ __ _H _. .". so far as we are concerned; and we hope
( at the option of the Editor,) until all WEST SATURDAY. OCTOBER 3, leas. NO. '... our friends who may favor us with commu-
arrears are paid. -
nications will observe the same rule, otherwise
All letters to the Editor on business, Printing Presses of every description. Taies,Essays, Poems, Anecdotes, &c. &c. they will bo rejected. In the observance

:must- he Post Paid. Printing Ink of the most approved qualities, The original contributions to this department of this course, wo shall net with strict

fo-WHITjf& WILLIAM HAGAK, Composing Sticks, Brass Galleys,, Imposing are regularly and promptly paid' for ; impartiality.It .

JLESPECTFULLYInfortnthe Printers Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, and in addition to the many writers \vhoha'e will be the aim of the publishers to

of.tLc United States:to whom they have Standing Presses, Furniture, together with favored us with articles during the render to their all thesatisfactlon
a complete assortment of all articles usedin patrons '
long been individually known as established nnd whose will continue
past year, essays they arc capable pf fn ipinda6o
Letter Founders, that they have now formed a Printing Office will be kept constantlyon bearing
a co-partnership in said business, and (hand. to enrich our columns we have the promiseof old nge "they that would please every body

hope from theirunited skill and experience, Small fonts, suitable for Bookbinders, assistance from others whose names are will please nobody." ,

to be able to give full satisfaction to all who in great variety, may be had when called already well known to their countrymen.We In avowing, however n design to pursue ,

may favor them with orders. for. do not parade t the names,as is the fashion n course untrammelled by the shackles of i '

The introduction of machinery in place Oidersfrom all parts of the Union will he of some; but we confidently appeal to tiny party, we would not be understood as \!1

of the tedious and unhealthy practice of promptly and most carefully attended to, the experience'of tho past year nsaflbrding being indifferent to the importance of correct .
in for all
casting type by J.and.lon;a desideratum by particularly supplying SORTS nn earnest of our zealous, untiring, and we principles. They wish however distinctly ,J
the European and American Founders j was, fonts furnished by their predecessors, Bin -
American and ny & Ronaldson, and Richard Honaldson. trust altogether unsuccessful exertions to have it kno\Vn1 that they will neither -
11) ingenuity, a heavy expenditure -
Stereotyping in all its branches, executedby to render the literary character of tho New lead the
of time and money, on the part of our van nor follow) the train of
senior partner first successfully accomplished. L. Johnson, as heretofore. Yorker inferior to that of no journal of its Designing l'olitjcallqtrlguers,who are: men ,

!. Intensive use of the machine cast letter JOHNSON & SMITH.No. class in,this Country. of principle: proportion to .their interest.

has fully tested and established} its superiority C, George St. Philadelphia, 1033. II. Political Intelligence. this department Several columns of the Gazette will bo '
in every particular, over that cast O::rPublishcrs of Newspapers who insert alone docs the New-Yorker
pre- appropriated to tssaysof a moral and miscellaneous
this advertisement and forward I -
by The the old Letter process.Foundry business will here- containing it to J. & S. will bo entitled a paper to scntjui anomaly in the history the newspaper characterunder the head o;' 'I

after be carried on by the pities before $3, payable in settlement of their accounts press of tho Union. Our plan embraces Readmg fpr Saturday ventn'"tThe ; '

named under the firm of WliitcIIagar &co when their bills amount to not less than $10. the collection of every important iJUbJjsIt! : ; :ate fully aware of the i

'I'heir specimen exhibits} a complete series J. & item of political intelligence-whatever: be difficulty of their undertaking. bpI place'

C from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Hook CHEAP, VALUABMVVND INTERESTING WORK its character and bearing-in tho language great reliance,,on tiic.publiciberalily11iUd|

and New type being in 'ho most modern The Family Physician and Gazettcof Human of historical record, and with tho strictest bclicve.tliat a 'diligentattention b usjiqpss,
light and s'ylc.) regard to the preservation of an '
unquestioned and zealous effort
to will
Life. servo public,
White, Hapar k Co. are agents for the
sale of the Smith and Rust Printing; Presses Being a Library of Health and Jlygenie, neutrality between the contending secure to themselves a liberal sharo or ;;pat- 'I
partier, opinions and sectional divisions '
which furnish and of Popular and General Medical ronage. .
they can to their custom- :
r,rs at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, Knowledge, rendered familiar to every existing in the country. The Editdr refers Tho City of Tallahassee being i located ,

Cases: Composition Slicks, Ink and every individual : embracing every subject con- with a proud satisfaction to tho fact, that in the centra of Florida; and, surrounded .J
article used in the nected with the prevention, treatment, I throughout tho past he has presenteda
Printing lousiness, kept year, by many! natural,ad! vantages,:possessing in
and cure of diocases-tlle qualities of ;
and minute and circumstantial
for sale, furnished on the shortest, no- account of all
a given arqbnd its
tice. Old taken in medicines-their good? and ill effects on the elections space centre, a larger
type exchange for new which have taken place in the
at 9 cents pound.N. health-tho ingredients of secret or pat populatiop than .that of any 9ther portion
per several States ;
B. Newspaper Proprietors! who give ent medicines-the true principles of eating I and excited during an eminently of.the. Territory.withiij.trie floraelimjtspios I ; r ;

the above three insertions, will be entitledto and drinking, creating and drinking canvass, without once incurring but one weekly newspaper. ,In, additionto
Fire Dollars in such articles as they may to live-domestic .cookery-chemistryfind the censure or even .tho exception of any this thcroaro many valuable sections of

select from our specimen. a great variety of curious, valuable, political journal. And, while ho reservesto country; which.we' 'doubt not-will soon be i

,-New York, 185. :and___interesting_.__.._ On _knowledge It __ .., __the, highest. himself<< the right of commenting!. briefly broubt- inf/t rii- __ltiif__.._.__O'hAfIIJinnltllli"_ _______ ..__ *"*r-A lAnt___ :
NEW YOIt1:9'1'PE IIIII'UHiiU\t. au, aOG lIulleno Dlaaen inn ircciy on me topics ot mo'any, ana 01 of the n' -'; '\
prices of
BHUCr.S FOUN from the mass of mankind. great stapler: thecotihtrr, be
The 'Subscribers offering such suggestions as the aspects of maintained whlch'must t
respectfully ,; considi rably augment
Contributed to by a number. of .
inform the !printers, that they have recently Physicians. practising tho times may seem to require:,he yet holds the p6pulaion.of'ihp' :TCerrHory.: :
Completed of himself plcdged.that such remarks shall ( I"
a fonts not
variety new of J letterin From
The of this thq
object work is to : above
present eve- cpnpidcrauQnsrJsHtcd ,j
the style of the latest interfere in
European specimen material with the
any degree; I
ry subject connected with diseases and its wo have no hesitation in believing that we
;, calculated for
ornamental printing treatment which, by its simplicity and views, tho doctrines or tho prospects of any with J
confidence I
or sasteful display, and per may .rely .for cprapjeti
making an assortment
spicuity of its details, shall enable all who political party. He cherishes tho confident of
of success our. the
Printing Types unrivalled in wish, to be thoroughly informed in this most expectation, that the IiICS"of tho New Yor of undertakjnj' on .support.
beauty,extent and A book of a
variety. generous public. '
be obtained specimens interesting and important of sciences. ker,will hereafter bo referred to for the truth i, ;
at the CONDITIONS. "
may Foundry The
No. 13: Chambers street, near Chatham st. The advantages of such a publication to ,, of any controverted statement 'regarding i ; and General :Advertiser" catty(
all of pu
need be ivill'bG
society not .
It contains up- tho results of elections ,
specimens from Twelve Line &c. &c. since its "
on, since they must themselves on a super royal four
suggest to sheeja !
Pica dpjlar
to 1earl-compri..in establishment with mutual per t
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4:: forms of Roman payable pr pnd'nlcry
> Caps with 1. case. with entire conviction ;
the diffusion of sound medical know certainty.; of the first-aumbjIU '
jj do Italic do dodo Fourd.oJJajrs/aAd J fifty
ledge among! all classes,empiricism! must be Generalfatdligenco-Consisfingl'of?
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with News
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which it pajd.; at ihq close
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r!) tlo sh'd Roman do do successively against life Notices of the Drama,&c. of tho .,
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17 do do may of othersto
Antique do No
cines so baneful to health, will subscription will be received for
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agents, and the scientific and prospective be discontinued
do experienced without-orders! untilj') '
Script do dodo and future ar-
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to alleviate "
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Open do -
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secret remedies shall be given and the whole
Upsides ornamental letters, hackslope, what it will be from what it is. JOHN BALDWIN. I :
subject matcria inedica shall be
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borders, and more ban 1000 kinds of cuts 20 pages octavo) on the advantages to plan,and the amount of matter weekly preIented NOTICE is hereby- \ .I .
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community of the kiien'tllat
of has
and ever been :
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; f Jhree to five of
any.owhich .ih ofFloncq \
directed forl\hXSr
.or composing sticks, cases chases, June next.post paid, to editor, in all of dollars per annum, the publishers trust they of Monroe Territory ) : ;
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large stock being hand. October'IB36at, .
always on the : the
the decision hope that their lUilVW
upon of several G
eminent jonrnal'will
They will aha execute orders for printing icians. phys the attract ing placea under the superintendenco of tbe I
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lish this advertisement(with this note)three person who remits ten dollars will have ten CONDITIONS ; l .. if .
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times, a remitting The NEwYoRKERViii CIIARL| I
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hate now several font on band which can JiateiQt learned that its. netlpe! < entitled the" 'falW wee .Ga. Given onderroyAaQdand; or
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\ ;, MARCH 17, 1835rrllta .

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:: { L .- -= enjoyed her parent lovu and care, and drunkenness asmnr*. Order, peace, and GARIUSON &TUOMPS0Tbel3ore .
oiU flytrltttnL. having received 1 as good an eJucatiou a* happiness, aw unknown in the house. Tho ton Daily Advertiser ebullition1 says-We understand
that a slight of the popular feeling
-- life,
--- action and the decencies
their circumstances would allow is ansitedby social
j towards these reformers was exhibited '
the London Metropolitan far Jody without and
a young man supposed to be equally are mocked, and every thing in this city on Thursday night. Mr. Thomp '
ECIIO. rromisinlto lexeme I his companion for within exhibits a scene of desolation and son arrived in town in the evening and lot

A. passenger of Air am I, life. After deliberation, and tho consent oCher misery. Had.it not been for strong drink, god at the house of Mr. Garrison in Brighton
Tbe spirit of a deathless strain, (parents; she yields to 'his solicitations. that man would in all prutmLlhtyllavo enjoyed st.-On tho following morning it was
Mr chariot is tho summer sigh, Her parents give her and her friend the best a 'competence, he would have been fotind that a gallows had been erected during
That murmurs o'er the plain :- advice and useful and his wife and children the night, opposite the door two rope
When attir'd fair earth is young, they Can: and assure 'him that they respected t
spring suspended therefrom. On the cross
I ,' And flowers beneath the day line'pruo;, feel satisfied with the connection no farther would have been happy. But because was an inscription!' Judge JLynctCt Law.-
When joyful hopes go forth to meetMaternal than they hare tho prospect that their daughter UK: WOULD GET A LITTLE TOO MITCH, 33 the When the fact came to the knowledge tie
[ Natures kisses sweet, will be happy. The daughter, uncon palliating expression is i he has rendered an municipal authorities, it was ordered to betaken
By the rill and the river, sciuus of evil, and even anticipating( { a pros inoffensive family miserable, and become a down.
The Lill, and the vale, perous life,gives 'her band in marriage ;- pest in society It is no wonder that his -
I whisper forever tare and while she hears the' obligations administered wife wears the pallid check-no wonder We learn, (lays the Philadelphia Inqu
My to sloth, yields her whole soul to that the pains of her heart are so violent rerfrom Captain Remington, just arrived
When music walks in lonely night, that she her As from Havana, that the Queen of Spain has
'd the performance of of those! duties which cannot suppress sighs. pliant
of some Slave Trade.
I bend At fearful rao with a fond delight! wrong devolve upon her, and believes that her and patient as is the amiable female, prohibited the -

To the softne's of her song partner is equally conscientious They even though, ns is frequently the case, she The last number of"'fuE NEWYeRIi.l:1:
Sbguld then Religion wake tile string, set out in the family state, and it may: be has chosen that good part which will never received at this office, says they have just
Wttk Fiith's sublime imagining, that years pass; and it maybe that she has betaken from her; yet, her constitution emerged from the ashes. We arc pleased
To distance do I bear the word, felt a mother' love, a mother': care and will not always last under the cruel bond to sec them again publishing their neat and
1 f Till Nature in her sleep is stirr'd, tenderness,era she suspects that evil is be age of a drunken husband. She cannot aud valuable sheet. Nothing but the ualin .
ADd to the above!liquid sky, fore her She will be reluctant to believe, always endure the grossest insu.ts upon ring efforts of its enterprising publisher!

4 Floats Jlisiog the clear, melody that her husband will not be all that to her every generous feeling of 'her soul, and the could have presented a sheet to its readers
with its wonted variety,
Of Love uhich promised, and all that she: antic! prostration of all her tarlily; hopes. She article literally destroyed, within haying the every

Hut, oh! those notes are fleet and few, pated. She has, however, appallIng evidence had long bid adieu to all domestic happiness ) ,l- of one week. lapse
Or I would eerlioger there, that his attachment to her, to his and thought as it respected herself -- ---
Ste p'd in the pure celestial dew, children, and his fireside, begins to dir ia simply' death would be a welcome messen T1IE UNITED STATES: OF AMERICA .
Of melodies so rare I ish. His absence from home and his negligence ger. Yet, fur the sake of her tender offspring : Southern Judicial District of J.'loflJa.-s

Tho! night depart, the stars grow dim, l when he returns, greatly i increaseher she would be glad to l live, that she To the JIarthal of the Superior Court for the
Mr lips may not repeat the hymns-: cares; and her strenuous exertions to might help them to a morsel of bread, and said District-GUCETIKG.
Then fare-tbee-wcll, thou gentle strain !
That fall'st on drooping hopes liko rain. promote the cumforte and to sustain the stand between them' and a furious monster. WHEREAS, Stephen Coombs, master
I Faint, and more faint jt goes, respectability of the family, are repaid by But her nature begins to sink under that schooner Fairmer-
To the far.dell unkindness. What is the matter? He has load of sorrow which she has so''long been scan, has exhibited his Libel for and on be

Of its own sweet repose:- not been deceived in the choice of a companion obliged to bear. She now anticipates a halt of himself, John Thompson master
' ; Farewell ; she is all to him which he had any speedy dissolution, with no prospect that the wrecking sloop Sarah Isabella and David

la summer's garb,when Eartb grows vain reason to expect of n mortal. The secretis her husband will ever be reclaimed ; and Cold, master of the wrecking scuuoaw'.
In all her pageantry of pride, he has indulged his appetite till he has 0, her children-what will become of them! John that, thu stating said, alleging Libellaut and propounding
I still attend the thoughtless train become an intemperate man. What shall No means for their support-no instruction his of
wrecking ou tho
', That wantons by-mantled her side!1Th'en she now do? Shall she upbraid him for the but that which is vicious They are Florida Reef, discovered on the I'llb day

bog-forgotten by some ivy note I raise tow'r.A habit he has contracted? If she adopts this about to lose the love and assiduities of a of September; last, a ship ashore off Black
it is she mother and to be left in the hands of Ha rail's Creek, and that on
To thaw the human heart to praiso t course, a wonder if does not feel 1 a going alongside
i Or where the waterfall the arm of a tyrant. Shall she gently en' capricious tyrant ; miserable himself and found her to be the ship Majestic, of Boston,
Kisses tho lea, treat him to reform, and give vent to her ingenious only to rendcf miserable those Isaac Smith' master, from New Orleans
4 1 mock the lover's call" feelings in tears and sobs? it may be that around him. She calls them to her bed- bound to Liverpool, with a cargo of lu
** bales of cotton and 117 Llids ol tobacco
On me t !he will laugh at her weakness, and it gives them the best advice she can breathes .
may lying upon the outer reef ou a coral Lead
' *)put spirits may not learn to be be that he will promise to do Letter, and forth her ardent prayers to God for them- and bilged, with eight feet of water m he:
In love with things whose days are brief, keep his promise a few days, and then give and dies. If a Christian indeed, as is now hold

And fades my fleeting sympathy I himself up to drunkenness, more shameless tho supposition, her sufferings arc ended. That with! great labor and difficulty bas
t When fades the llowret of the loaf!! ly than before. And it would not be strange She has gone where the prisoner is set free the Libellant, with the vessels' above named.
4 ."Away I away! from things so gay, if by this timo he should fill the cars of -where the wicked cease from troublingand and which arc interested*.with him, saved
bear to the realms of
1 me
,day ;
fold his companions with insinuations the weary are at rest. And I believe from the said ship--and brought to this port
V or'ever nor against
: pause, my wing,
443 bales of the said cotton, which but for
till far from every earthly thing, her, and instruct them to believe, that if he she is: greeted in heaven as having come their exertions and labor iu the
In the, bright haven home is a ruined man, his wife is: the cause of it. out of great tabulation.-[Address of Rev must iu all probability, have saving been totally same,
Ii l Of some pure star, Whatever course she takes,to reclaim him, Levi Nelson of Lisbon Ci. lost ; wherefore ho prays tho aid of tLis
Like fabled bird I roam she perceives that his habit of drinking to -<)+0- Court in the premises, that the acoustoaiarj
< Afar I excess is rowing more and more inveterate A FBAO E .-Yes, I admite the loftiness process be had,and that the said cotton be
Thus summer lives till autumn-time, and in this proportion her sufferings of that philosophy which look down sold by a.,decreo of this Court, and that from
Tbeaatmnage of plenteous Earth, increase. Now she takes her babe in her with supreme disdain on all the scenes of the proceeds of such said sale, a rcasouablt
On every blossom in its prime and in the earth. 1 its founder and proper salvage be decreed to him.
the or arms, recess,of solitude bemoans sec seated in cold
Hath set stamp .worth!
Ob 1 'tis a joyful season then her condition. Now site calls to remem- sublimity on the lofty, icegirt mountain of And whereas the Judge of iliu said Jour .
r For grateful hearts of laboufiag men, ,brancc the vows he made to her before she their philosophy, with naught but the bright for the said district haih. ordered and Uucc'''.
r Whilst youths and maidens dance along consented to be his. She now remembers blue sky and glorious sun above them while cd on Friday the ninth day of October

Dlythely jtd tho harvest song, his promise made on their nuptial day,when all the passions and pleasures of earth areas inst., for all persons concerned to bccitcu, :
.Then all; yea, all around, 0.11VilS gaiety and mirth; when the good inferior to them and lie as far below them, and and intimated to appear at the CourtHouse
Mirthful and proud, wishes and kind attentions of the as its gay and beautiful scenes and its storms 1 I at Key West, in said district, tv

Give joys'its Aloud votive! sound were experienced, and none expected guests that and tempest. Those may affect them witha I show cause Ifany they have, why judgment

she had sold herself into hopeless captivity. momentary sensation as they see the should not pass as prayed.-You arc there

.ib The.biltthe: sunshine scene of a, a little day departs, But she has no leisure to sit and bewail her gleam of the lightnings and hear the muttering I I tore hereby authorised, empowered uud

,And sadness steals upon the space heart, condition. Her dear children must be fed thunders and contemplate the un- strictly enjoined, peremptorily to cite und
ii Of man's too changeful race and clothed, even if her husband should) feared desolations of these admonish all persons whatsoever, having or

r ThAt mirthful song, that youthful strain, take from their scanty stores of meat and pretending to have any right, title,claim 0,
I never may recall again, grain tQ purchase his rum. She exhausts MORTALITY whatarari thou? A frame interest, in or to tho said 448 bales of cu'.-

The theme bath'died'ere it was given, I her energy to continue the means for the of bones stalking in pride ; a bundle of ton, by serving on the said kaac >|iuih,&>q

f Tbe$strings Love's sweet lyre are riven; I support of the family, while she is in constant sinews,cracking in discord; heap of dust, the late master of the said ship Majestic: u

,. .Hollow. *Waning unto and the ear, I doubt whether the fruit of all her la. snuffed at by the air. Can one lay his palm true copy of this monition, Dud by pulslshimr -

,Of Autumn's. death pale,I bdhr' I bor will not be sold to quench his thirst...- upon his breast and count its beatings, and :: the same in the Key West En
The wail I In these circumstances she contrives,and not tremble at himself; or can he stretch i ..quirer ; and by all other lawful& ways,

.*.It comes (rom the forests,script and bleak I toils and weeps through many a day, while himself out in his: bed, without reflecting means and methods, whereby this monition -
Of mortal hopes a mournful dirge her husband is wasting his time,and guzzling how soon he must bo stretched out in 'his may Le made movt public & notorious',
And by the shore 'tis hard to speak, I at the.dram shop Jut 0, the night coffin How often doth one have to follow: to bo and cppear at the time and place Lforcsaid -

Amid the roaring surge returns!-It is not the night when the very near a bier? How soon will it be said, before the Judge aforesaid, and
With the sad'' voice of one who.veeps I I faithful and loving wife can greet her husband the couch is empty and the grave H: tilled. to attend upon every session and sessions -
Above the grave where beauty sleeps after Ii tedious separation. It is not Even our dreams Mock us with hearses, and to be held there and from thence, Until

c.. Nature Is borne beneath unto her a funeral wintry!pall, .for her to meet him at the door and participle tombs, and epitaphs. Doth any one need a definite sentence shall bo read and prumulgod -

And of her numerous train in mutual caresses, and make: known an admonitory homily of the unsparing universality iu the said business inclusively; jf "
No one,save I, her cares to one who bad sworn to love, of mortality let him ponder over a them oray of them shall think it their duty
rGivestoeach sobofpain honour, and protect her. No. One of roll of those, who once had a name to live, to do so,to hear, abide by and perform
Reply I her distressing apprehensions through tho and there find prefixed the asterisks of death all ant singular such judicial acts as are

Vow I mutt pause-for.winter's chill day was, how she and her children would -dead-dead-all among the stars. necessary and l Ii)' 1 law required to be done

My late loved haunts hath frozen o'er, endure his return. And now he comes, a o-- and expedited in the) premises, and further
And by the river or the.rill- staggering despot. He comes to mortify, Shillalahs U'anied-and a man to apply to do Iud receive what unlo hw and justice I
I may not linger more, i and frighten, and torment a kind and faith lArm.-The editor of the Boston Morning shall appertain, under the pain of the law
The Came sweetest Jar that (rom the wood I ful companion, and a company of unoffen Post advertises for four ehillahhs-each six and contempt thereof the absence or contumacy
forth ldNature's I
The softest note, the faintest melting fall mood ding children.. Perhaps he had seen 'one inches in circumference-to chastise an of them and every of thtin any
Of music's dainty festival I of his creditors. Perhaps he had been insulted impertinent Roscius for sporting with bis i : wise notwithstanding : And whatsoever

Are bound in silence dread,. on the way by unruly boy. Perhaps dignity for which shillalahs he offers the you shall do in the premises 'olJahal1dulJ'
Therefore my,wing< be had (alien and broken his bottle. And I generous price of a dollar a piece, and certify unto the Judge aforesaid, at the

Must droop, my voice be dead it may be, there was DO cause for anger,excepting twice that sum for their application. Wo tune and place aforesaid, together'with
Till ipriag I the stimulus he had taken. But charge our friend: of tho Post nothing: for these presents.

t't'i"'*lW DKCJCXAJBD'T 3' his heart is full of wrath and rccogeand inserting this advertisement-which, if we Witness, the Honorable James Webb! ,
the most revolting and lit heart n; F.urn.YBut his:!! family must be the objects; of his vio mistake not, will produce him by the next Judge our said Superior Court, for tho
rending part lence. The boat, a whole of said District this 2nd
of the is sufferings the rills, and of cargo "the plants ac day of October
stroy yet It appears to a company of supperless children' whom companied _by those who know how to use A. D. 1835, and of the Independence of

social affection there are scarcely cruel any deeds of the order of nature teaches to look up to a them-of whom we have plenty here and I the United States, the sixtieth year
so so fiend-like, as father for protection and support, now some to pare.-Transcript ALDEN. A. M. JACKSON Clerk.
those which ire perpetrated by a drunken may
be Therefore
conjectured. know ye, to aU whom it may
husband and father his
against wife: and It is true, however, that an intoxicated The Editors of the Philadelphia concern, that in pursuance of the above
children. There. occasion Satuiday
which tho writer of was Ecclesiastes one praisedthe 8n man may not, in every instance, meet his Courier offer the following; premiums for ,mt nation from under the seal of the lWtrict .-
family in prizes- Courtof the
so United
a manner He States of America
tho dead living which which are already alire.w dead more} It than at first,be exceedingly loving to her, who may is One Hundred Dollars jar the best Essay for the Southern District of Florida, to
are yet was almost
distractedwtthhisdaily on Newspapers, calculated roe directed and delivered
to advance I do
negligence hereby give
this "So I
: returned, and considered all and interests publishers.
unkindness: lie public notice to all
may come home i im persons in manner

the any
oppression*that undone the
under sun; mensely rich, while his Oat tlwdrtd Dollar for interested therein
the but that
and beheld the tears of such asere I family are near alTale. Origin- jbey be and appear
oppressed starvation. Yea he before the
and may come in the bypo- Superior Coait to beholden iu
1 the aide,of their they had no canfprter;and oa ritbl garb of pieta and talk of righteous On tlunJrtd Dollar for the best i saris and for the ($aid istrictlt the Court house
oppessors there was power; ness and Ho of JSuniliar: and popular Medical in West
temperance. Key
Essays on Friday of
but they bad "l o -comforter.? may come pray the prevention on the 9th day
Whether and
ing but soon his cure of diseases and October at 10
had his ; prayers will be turned the o'clock i the forenoon of
Solbroia eye on the scenes, of into and promotion and preservation of health. that
shocking profanity, hia loving salutations day,then and there their
husbands I
intemperate do not know but Fifty Dellturt for the best
; into reproaches and threats. National Song. tiaiott for the
What same, and nuke their alle-
certain it that their condition Dollars j
ts ts fifty
a striking mortifications must the wife endure for the best Satirical Re- gatioosia
illustration of his 'remarkThe in' a d. view 01 the support therTJI03.
young dit ion to her other sufferings, if she toreKntrarohenaadacribble n : UJS.M.
must cfU Fiddler ; 'AS"nN
and ,
female 'and
sprightly intelligent, laving Trolbpe aclaooL1'JIi'I
meet her husband fa the rtntd forms which A. TIIOUI OS
Dollars for Aa best poem, Key .
West,Octobe- 1835.

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IV. 0# Captain F. also informs US, that the Governor t
Etf ILS--NO.
A__ ....__ __ APPROACHING ELKCTlOtfA-In:: a of South Carolina has made a formal

ENQUIRER. few days the election for a delegate. the IT tau long been our wish that wo could demand of Arthur Tappan and other principal 4

\ -- Legislative CouDcilfrom' Monroe Cour.trwill meet with a succinct but full account of tho abolitionists from the Governor. (>. ..f
KEY 1VEST, FLORIDA : take .place ; and it is time that. the receipt and expenditures of the Marine York.

.t "' minds of our citizens should bo directed towards Hospital Fund .f tho United States, in or-. Charleston was very sickly wbcfl. tbOd! '

SATUItDAY,OCTODCH 3,1S33 the object they wish to attaii, Q"throj) dcrthat we might(form some opinion of our' Hester Ann left. j

TOR THE LEGISLATIVE COUMCtLWAI. the intervention of the; Legislature, ia order own as to i\s judicious! application to. the ,'t

R. HACKLEV, Esq. to select their candidate ,, reference wants of the deserving class of men from The following communication on tto':;
j We have failed however death Mrs. FRANCIS LOUISA MAIUUMO
thereto. whom it is derived. "*
(Election 12th inst.) There can be but one opinion as to the' in attaining our object, and mus* remain consort of the late Lieut. D. A. Manning, .

ADMIRALTY COURT- -The case of courseourdelegate should pursue in relationto in doubt until some member of Congress of the U. S. Army at this place, was Landed

the brig Sea-Drift is set for Thursday next out' City Charter subject of paramount shall, among the many calls.made upon us for publication last week but was mis

the 8th inst. importance, and which! we Hunk should bo the various Departments for Information, laid. Wo do not knowYrom what paper it ,

\Ve understand the gross! amount of salesof the turning point of the election. Tho think of including one calculated to elicit is taken, but we find a short account' of the

the cargo of brig Mary of Boston, is of the the standing of the death of Mrs. M. in the Raleigh '(:N. C.j) ,
about $12,000. prosperity the data we require. Star."l 4' ,'.
people at home and abroad, and their safety It U an inquiry connected with an object N {

(;TTullouGir the politcncs! of Mr. John and comfort, call fur a delegate who will long had in view by the citizens of Key Died, at Edcnton, N. C on the Kith ,',
inst. at the house of Lieut. John Manning .
of Boston the of Sand
Parker, keeper of hereof
It. ) endeavor to obtain a repeal the establishment a .
strenuously that
Key Light has been put in possession of a of tho U. S. Navy, Mrs. FRANCIS *
.; copy of his Register of Vessels using his the vile law abolishing the corporation, and Marine Hospital, or accommodations_ for MANNING, aged 19 yean. l\fu\L: .

\ designating numbers. All vessels, therefore the enactment of such modifications the the sick of come sort, of a more general was the youngest daughcr of the late JohnE. '
showing their designating numbers Le iu force, Holt, Esq. Mayor of this Borough, and
I old charter, that will then again ,character than exist at present. \
the the wifo of Lieut. D. Manning, a meritorious y,
1 passing Sdnd Key, will he reported by where
! tint opportunity to the Key test) Enquirer.HEALTH as lOa, be deemed necessary.,4* r The want of.public, institutions, young officer of the U. 1 S.: Army, who i!\!
. We should be sorry to think! tbat there ia destitute and diseased seamen may ob- 1 I died at Key West on the July last,and, .1
! KElTwCST. who does ho stands in need, the mournful intelligence! of whoso .death
! OP -The slimmer a man in the whole community tain the relief of which

; has passed away, and our Island has not to himself{ acknowledge tho force of all must always be an evil deeply felt in every whose proved life fatal was to this wrapped young up and in his lovely, and woman could "

t fjlly preserved its creditas place(health, the arguments adduced in favor of having. mercantile community ; 'and our' peculiar not survive it. What makes her fate more ..i..

I, although. it was thought by many, that sick- the Charter revived, and wo consequentlybeg situation' renders it especially jnccessary deeply affecting,'at least to her family and t J

t DCSS was to be apprehended from the quantity each one to be true to himself and boldly that there should! bo greater comforts within friends, is the fact that be was but, recent)* '' I

J of rain which has fallen since May,and advocate tho measure; etampingni'tli i his the reach of tho sick than are now" to,bo hero in tho midst 'of them, apparently full '
of life and health; and anticipating caneyears
the large bodies ofGulf weed thrown ashore avowed disapprobation that,unhallowed' cx obtained upon the Island under the present, of earthly happiness1 with the, partner

to decompose. Their fears, however, profClt ercise of power by ,tho, 'last: Legislative! administration' of tho. Marine Hospital-! I Iof her choice. But, alas I I the arrow of

groundless, ; and we do! not hesitate to Council which deprived !him of the privilege Fund. ***." Death was even then on its,way to his heart;

expressourccmviction, that Key West, with of choosing his own govcrnment.'and. Situated as Key West is, it is calculatedat and another was Soon to pierce her own. So
little can we foresee the future 1 Aad so
I favorable I made him dependent upon County 'officersin all times to become a receptacle for the frail is the tenure by which we hold our

whose nppointmc't.to power ho has no sick of vessels leaviug the ports 'of West worldly enjoyments, and our very lives'I ,

Potomac. voice, and whose authority cannot, in the Florida Alabama and Louisiana, and also They have not, however, lived in vain;'trod

Since the first of January last, a periodof usual course of things, be made available in of those bound to the northward from tho they will not have died in vain if the affecting -,

nine months, there have been, including all the emergencies incidental to a commercial coast of Mexico ; as there is no port offering Providence which has taken them
.1 from our earth so nearly together
,1 all transient persons, only nine deaths upon community. equal advantages as a stopping place "I shall away make its due and proper impression

;::1 the Island, exclusive of U. S. Soldiers-a here is no commercial place of equal and none between Charleston and Fcnsaco-, upon all our hearts. And, for the rest, wet'

'1 result which places Key West among tho extent in tho whole, United States,.in which la, possessing the superior 'attraction of aHospital. ; may say, with a mournful pleasure, in th.

t most healthy towns and cities on the globe. an efficient local government: is more required -' ., Such: being the case, seamcuaro language of Holy Writ, they were lovely! ,
and pleasant in their lives, and in theirdeath \
The following is the list of the diseases &c. than in Key West ; and although we brought Jjero.sick to be left to tho caro of they were not divided." ( t
I :
us' near as we can ascertain:-Casualty, 1 ; arc prohibited by the<
, Cancer iu stomach,(supposed) 1 ; Consumption ted in pursuing our editorial labors, from (there being no municipal regulations for : Information Wanted.:'

{ 2 ; Cholera Morbus, 1 ; Oillious fever, engaging; : in any party controversy, we yet their support,) and the Hospital Fund of the f I person wiinmg'to dispose of a large/':

2 ; Lpcbjaw, 1 ; Measles, 1.MI.TEOUOLOGICAL.Wehave. feel ourselves called upon to urge all good United States for their nursing and gubsis*i, ANY of LAND situated in the bouthero .

citizens to vote for no man who is favor f tcncc. ***"T part of Florida : tenns part cash and part >

inserted their being restricted 'in the pOltlliOojthe On, applying at tho Custom, house, they credit,or all cash, would J do well '''to answe$ \
in the table on our last page the result .the subscriber tho following questions, vii !, ,
that the inhabitants of town or dollars week fill be allowed
i' privileges every learn that three
The of the Land the tbs
of the Ihermomctrical observations for the price by acre, i
last' month city in the Union are allowed to enjoy, consequent themfor board and nursing; and Twenty-Jive quantity, quality and description and pr' > 't

upon the wholesome administration of cents a day for a, Physician,provided they da auctions there is any /forest trees and >ie .
September was marked by very singular the laws fur their local government, by officer not receive his attendance over twenty-Jive days kind, and if well watered.and what"are we' I .
weather for this climate, there having been .site and depth of the stress tno.lf it If. .'
made and constituted by thcm dcc'. tho diet ['
\\J -and this in a place where, very .
settlement and : and laU ,
in undue preponderance of westerly! winds near any tf good I I'fictory I
that ti sick 'l'ouira.-.coanmauds a higher titles can be ...*" '
) given.
tad cloudy days. The gale was ex- THE ; '
prjce than, that of 'the. strongest and most ,Any person disposed to notice the aboj'fc +
pemntrcd on the IGtL and 17th will render effects of the gale along the reef arq now' advertisement will please to direct Jctterf" '
and where almost
the month memurable, from its severity and tolerably! well ascertained,we give ourtrcadors > healthy, every necessary to Mess; D. & Co. to the care of Mess ''f lo-j !
the numerous disasters occasioned. The below, a succinct account of.the state of Jife is at ones third dearer' than; at I mer& Palmer, editors of, the Boston''Commercial : i
any place on the main land. For the afflicted .. I Gazette, Boston Mass. 44-it3J,'
mean, temperature of the mouth compared of the vessels wrecked. By a paper brought ; ,(
I however thero'l help. Ibe
with that of previous summers exhibits a by the schooner Hester-Ann from Charleston "
E authorized announce
benefits thus otfcrcd must be are to K.Titz--
somewhat lower degree of heat than usual. we are informed that the gale was feltas scanty accept W Patrick Eiq. as candidate from the
ted and a.debt incurred for their extra expenses 1
:Mean temperature of September 1830, far north as off the coast of North Caio county of Monroe to the next Legislativfr

((3 daily observations,) 01,330 ling, but it was far less severe than with us. to be liquidated by the charity of Council. Oct. 3-44-wt f
Jo Do Du IU31: II 1,000lU3 the. benevolent,or subsequent labor.
The ship Majestic, of Boston, Captain : t
and 1U33 not known. The of Key West havo not been
Du Du Do 18J4 eOi75h Smith, with a cargo of 1060 bales of cotton ,
backward in petitioning and memorializing ,2nd 1836
( max'm andmiu'ui observations.) and 100 hLds of tobacco,from New Orleans f
Do Do Du 18J5 UO,7:0 for Liverpool, will be entirely lost. 'Most the proper Department an extension of PROPOSALS will ,bo received, at the.. .
iho quantity of rain which fell in September : the Hospital rates-the Grand Inquest Quartermaster office'until
of the cotton will be saved in a tolerably '
the 1st of
day November-Jigs; ,,.Ypir t ,
1333 was 4,150 Incjics. ., the County Las presented the sick seaman's
Do in 1834 3,800,) good condition. furnishing Fuel for tho Troops stationed. at ,
I>o in 1835 6,900 i The brig Sea-Drift, of New York, Capt. short allowance) a grievance deserving this Post. tc ll i
u.\At-A\ >> IToyt, with valuable from N. York redress-and the officers of Governmenthave I The wood must' be of good,merchantable
In considering the extent and violence of recommended an increase, but to eve quality, and the cord is to l e estimated atone
for Mobile, will be entirely lost as she is hundred and '
the late gale, tut)severest .with which our representation a denial has been return- twenty-eight cubic feet. '
Coast was ever visited, we dwell with satisfaction high and dry, and wreckers were obliged to ry f 'ihoreforo **I F. L. DADE, M. U. 8. A. ,* .
upon the extraordinary exertions of cut away her side to get out her cargo. The cd/sLWe would recommend an 1. A. A.' C. & Quar.. Master.
wreckers in of their : application Congress,'through our Delegate (44.i'4t.j "r"
our the pursuit voca- goods will be all saved, and with very few
tion, the preservation of lives and property. for the establishment hero of some "
exceptions,undamaged.The )
In the ordinary course of inarilimcpursuiu, public accommodations for the kick seaman, I .tUl urine nfrlifnruce .
brig Ulakely, from Portland boundto :
the loss of all the masts of a vessel, her '
boats,anchors, cables,:&c,considered au Havana, will be entirely lost, although it whereby his comfort may be in some measure j OF KEY' '

uaotoC some consequence, and generally is probable her cargo will be saved. A por' secured while incapacitated by disease, PORT. WE ST. ,+

',I urns much of the timo and undivided attention tion of it, as we stated last week, has been to which all aro liable, from pursuing !hiy 1 i
of "her crew to repair damages, &.c:. usual avocations. < *** ARRIVED.SEPT. .
Charles'too on -f '
taken to board the Mail sclir. .
nut the rapidity and apparent ease with It is true, that the monthly contributionof .26-Sloop Spy CUndew.Havana. j
winch much greater disasters were lately Ballast, to F A Browne.; .
overcome by the wrecker,when, upon their The Schr. La ray tte. Capt. Snow, of twenty cents from each seaman when Schr John Denlson. Cold,SO? bale cot tf 1

/ celerity depended the late and properly of and fur New York from Tobasco,is entirelylost. employed wilt go buts shod way towards, too &c. from wreck ship'MsjesUo; Ro.4 ,,
the slug-wrecked, offer as another prool"of defraying his expenses when sick, but tire Browne '-: ; ,
Her of
what man may accomplish\ when all his energies cargo Logwood may bo laved 7 Schr Caroline 'of'sunl '
usual plea of the poverty of the Fond should cargo
are brought into action, stimulatedby as it is understood to have washed ashore. dries from wreck'brig Sea Drift
,to 0 O'lf.
powerful motives and under the guidance Snow not able never be adaoctJJ. if, as is asserted to be
Capt. was to save even his 28-Scbr Hester Ann, Fittporald.; from
of sound judgment. clothes. the case, thousands of dollars belonging to Charleston Rice fro to master. "
Possessing a modesty which effectually it have been appropriated other national 29 Schr Blacksmith
The brig Noble,from Laguna, bound to ","T v nurt a,
restrains all egotism, and familiarized with .
ballast to R W ,
objects, and other thousands taken to build CussamV t
feats of daring by a life of toil, their noble New York, is similarly situated. Her car- : {
and philanthropic exertions are rarely spoken go is also Logwood. The sloop Hero from Hospitals.. It appears to us to be a most OCT.b/Jfirn I-Schr, Hlr.rU Single Term Sailor .to mast
; Bethell
of; they seem to consider dangers and New Yorkfor Key Westbasnotbeen heard !irrational mode of proceeding to ,build, a sundries from wreck 1 8ea.DrU, to 0'O'llara. ""Pr
difficulties which others shrink from the ,
natural concomitants eta wrecker's,calling u (rom more dedlitel1ban reported in last palace for tho.ick, and have nothing left 'f!'
for the support of, those who become Bchr'Ojhe'finach Greece 'ditto to dittd.
Amidst the combined perils breakers and week's paper. It is probable, however, may ,
storm, they fly as fearlessly to succour the that she will out be off its occupants. Giuer Washington, Lieut. Coo.
distressed, as the seamew" skims t'erher got as was at first Beaufort, from a amuse t,

native element art from the continual .supposed. fJr Since our last,wo learn that the Bri- 2-Schj Fair;American, Coombs, Logwood a

hazard of life in thew pursuits their property There it reason to believe that fragments of tish brig Thomas from Laguna,for London, Indian, tcfr cm wreck Br brig Thoxaai;at.
Key;to F A Browne.
u always more or less exposed to anger. wreck un share were mistaken fur the Jive
with wood
a cargo of Log ,stated to, be lyingat SAILED. : '
One of the schooners employed in the business other ,
to have
reported been sunk.
was driven by the gala upon a bank, Besides Indian Kc.1.W&1t.iug fur a pilot to bringer SEPT.37-Sloop' rab'Jl&beUa,Thom: '
which, when'.the wind somewhat ,abated tile two fishing vessels lost on to Key West,having sprung a leak, has son,Beef. fl.

w a*left dry, but her persevering master eastern coast, we bare cause to fear that, been run ashore, d abandoned by the Sloop Morning Star, Braman, wreck' !

with 11 men actually cut a canal 200 yards two belonging to Key West were 'lost In the Captain to U* Wreckers. Sloop Hero. ,.

bog,and in 24 hours after its commeocenent Bayou the western shore of the'Fo ina 2a, ,-.L 29--.SebrCarolineOclgerKoy Schr Blacksmith, Lour..Reet. ego,
was again at sea and obtained a cargo. besides the Ana FROM a t
Mary before ClIAItr.EsTONCapt. i
Auotker reported, as 8chrTIerter'AoD'FitzgeraldkllavDL I
one lost both masts, all ber an-
chon, cables, boats,and spare rigging j but they bYe not been heard of mince I the gale. the Schooner. ltef-Au from 2o-&brJ.hn flea 1aoaCotd,1tldKeT. '

the conviction that be lad nothing more to They were the,Felix and Eden TLc persons Charleston, informs usUat intelligence had OCT. ScbrFjorlda, AiidersoQiteef, ,

lose seems to Lave roused her stout-Learted ..n board the ,,Felitl were Latham reached that city of the safely of 000 of the MEMORANDAhe tcbr'Laura,

master aid of two to small greater jury-masts exertiou, aDd and an with old run the BrigltmaB: master,(Coon.)William Mann, crew'wf the Schr. Fee Dee, louacl'ata.a .hence urdar"the tor Cbarles 'left'. Cafe FIri4a8at. ,

1 for (Boston,) William Reed,(N. desertedarid blcughc into this poit. She '
&o anchor he succeeded in reaching a Y.udJlcDI'J WM gpsticd The brig JUDO from tf.w 'Fort for Havana
wreck andrel fred her uf a large aQi"valuable Williams (Foreigner.) On board of the the man tsyed(the a squaw cook ia the the Gulf and ,left a passenger file this place at Sand l
cargo. Such exertion) are worthy of Eden were James I'iah. master (Coon of 12 that ) was only one .Key oa Saturday 26U V ui1
been off
escaped having taken
t rid.. 1DIn.ndatioa. and verily.it1.u.ef.iU m.d Wm. Myrrick, (Nantucket,)Jaiaea .a rid 1, or tae wrtck by *veHl* bound to Philadelphia ',he Lights of the. Blip Florida ea
eir reward. /*, t -. (N.Y.) and rein Hamblie I Forelgtfesly Carysford Reef, have keen rtatte4 iace
the gale and are DOW again in good order.

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TABLE FOR 1835 i haled in.a familiar sad popular manner. importance,, inters, or attraction, are Je
of the attention of
BOSTON BEWICK CO. serving an educated

PR.aM TUB JOUIJN.jl _KEPT AT TIlE CUSTOM HOUSE KEY WEST, ]No 47 Court Strcet.OTEdiSors community. If it shall become what if
( : of Newspapers throughoutthe } } name imports, a Journal of strict Southern
United State who will publish the Literature-if it shah 1! serve to place upoii
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--'------Monthly- Daflyrange: Rain fbregpmft; I'rospectbs'and notice1 the cnnfonts' record a true account of, the opinions,ftc:,
"RaiD :
I' Sho":1 ) :Tof' the Magarinotirom time to time, ing, habits, and general tone of thinkingof

MONTI><. ..8..d Gi .: ,' .',;' on :quan shall bo entitled to the first volume. an enthusiastic and high-mindedpeopl.

4 I Li I t.O "I'I' ct day. I daft;: 'I'tit). AnJ.person remitting the Agent, by mail! -if under the enlivening inspiration of the '

0 00-- post paid, :Ten Dollars, shall l receive SIX Genius Loci, and with the approving smilo
January. 80,60 54,00 88,8e1 6,50 14,50 2,00 8,5i: 9 1 6 I !,400 for one cIlr-and continued as longas of the generous, and the Fair, and the car
February. 79,50, 45,00 65,362 34,50 16,00 2,00 9,187 0 2 0,000 copies ) forwarded.A currence, and effective aid of the learned
March. 02,60 53,59 71,161 9,00 13,75 1,00 9,093 0 I 1 0,0$0! fhe money is regularly
April. 88,50 55,75 76,487 30,1b &,00 8,991 1 ..2 / '1,150May. ; ; liberal price will be paid for appropriate and talented men among us,if shall con

e 88.76 10,00 70,776 18,76 1j,60' I 8.75 9,4,00 .3 G. 3,610. anti wen'wrlttcn nrtlcles"pr drawings, tribute, in any small degree, to secure for
June. .. 89.50 73,60 80,977 16,00 11,50 4,50 8,5,96 J 12 3,150July. illustrative of national subjects, possessing the South that elevated literary position o.>
. 89,50 7J,75 82,491. 15T,1i 12,00 1,00 8,911 3 12 3,255 interest. Subscriptions received at this which it i is entitled, and which it is capabN: : !
August. 89,25 74,00 82,151 15,25 j 11,50 4,25! 824" '2 / 4' IJ' 5,930 office. ,.' of maintaining, its design will then l be full
Septemb. 08,00 13,00 BOnO 15,00 10,50 4,00' 7,015 2 26 5,900 accomplished. '
(.::rThe work can be seen at the Office
-- The work will Lc conducted by the subsciibcr
of the Key West Enquirer
assisted<<; by several: ) literary gentle
(gj-The):: Thermometers arc RUTHERFORD'S belt Registeringorizoatal thermometers
LADY'S BOOK fncn, who have pledged themselves to con

," kept within doors, but in a free circulation of air during the'night as well as. the A monthly Magazine, containing Tale, tribute! constantly and liberally to its co
day. original,and selected: Moral and Scientific l1mnsVllo arc interested in its success

Essays, Poetry, from the best authors nnd who think the present a favorable jt.nc
7' _:-.-==-- f'' tlie,Quarterly representation of ture for the, commencement of such an {'r..

] IS HEREBY GIVEN, That show cause if any they have, wiry| judgment : I.ndies' Fashions, adopted in Philadcl terprize. It will ,be printed in an octai<

NOTICE for receiving subscriptionsto should not pass as prayed.-You,are therefore pliia-colored.; Music of the newest 'I form, on fine paper, in monthly numbers: ot5C \

the Capital Stock of the SOUTHERN hereby authorised, empowered nnd styles, &c' &c. pages each,, and will be put to press, as

LIFEINSURAttCE AND TRUST COMPANY strictly enjoined, peremptorily to cite and Published regularly on the first day of ever/ soon as a sufficient number of subscriber,

will be opened at the office of admonish all persons whatsoever;having or month by Louis A. GODKY, at JVo. 3, cnn be obtained to authorise its publicatii <

Thomas Douglas Esq. in the City of St. pretending to have any right, title,claim or Athenian, Buildings, Franklin Place, The "Journal" will he furnished to suL

Augustine, oh the second day of November interest, in or to the cargo, material, &c. Philadelphia.Embellishedwith. scribers at five dollars per annum, f-ayiL.;
next at 10 o'clock A. M., and will be &c. &0.ofthe said brig Sea-driftafowsaid), a beautiful and extensive at the expiration of six months from thr

kept open from time to timo by adjournment by serving on the sa-'d Lewis ,C.,Hoyt, late 'vanety 'bf'engravingsfrom original date of the first number.

until the'whole of the Stock shall be master of,said brig,a true copy,of this monition and 'selected,, designs, both colored and DANIEL K. WH1TAKEK

subscribed, ,not exceeding thirty days. and by publishing: the same in tho plain,.'ith'two engraved' title pages, and Charleston, 24th March, 183[;.

i LOT CLARK, Key West Enquirerjand by all other lawful two.distmct: i indexes, (intended to perfect At a meeting of The Literary and Phi.

ROBERT RAYMOND REID, ways, means & methods,whereby this monition separate,volumes in'the vcar,) nlso, a choice losophical Society of South Carolina, con

THOMAS DOUGLAS. may be made most public & notorious, collection of Music.'original( and selected, \cim1 on the 27th March, 1835, the fallow

' t .* Commissioners. to be and appear at the time and place a- arranged for the piano: or guitar, with near ill,!z Resolution was offered by Ucnjami

i Juno 20, lB36. [32-10'w] forcsaid, before the Judge aforesaid;and also ly 600 pages large: octavo letter press, and Elliott, Esq.; seconded by MjcrM.CoI.et.:
to' attend upon' every session and ses- only THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. Esq. and unanimously adopted :-

ELLEN' MALLORY. ) sions to be held there and from thence,un- i Each numbe,'rof this periodical contains: Re::oh ed. That the Littraryff:

vs. > In Attachment. til'a definite sentence'shall be read and pro-' 48 pages of extra royal octavo letter press, losophical Society understand: with hid'!
) mulgcd in the said' ,biisiness inclusively; if printed with clear, new, and beautiful type, gratification, that Mr Whitakcr is about!!:
LL will toke
4 those.interested noticeI them or any of them shall think it their duty (arranged after the manner of the London commencing a monthly Journal, to !Lc, iii
rho said suit has been
J:1.tbat comment tx> do so,to hear, abide by and performall "La Belle ,Assemblee,") on paper of the voted to the advancement (.f Southern
in tho Court
ced byattachment Superior
and singular such judicial acts as are finest texture and whitest color. It i is: embellished Literature, and, with pleasure, declare tle: :
for Monroe County, and are notified to necessary and by law required to be ,done, with splendid Engravings on Cop- j I opinion of his full qualification! : for such tl:
the declaration .filed herein.
plead to and expedited in \the premises, and furtherto per and Steel, executed by artists of the undertaking: and comply with his request
A. GORDON Att'y for Pl'ff.
{ ] do and receive what unto hw and justice highest skill and distinction, and embracing to bn permitted to publish tlc piocecdmgo& -'

THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. shall appertain, under the pain of 'the law every variety of subjects.-Among these jli4socicty, and such communication:

Southern Judicial District of Florida-ss. and contempt'hereef the absence or contumacy are illustrations of Popular Legends, Ro to the society, as the curators may apprcvi,

To' the .varhllljth! Superior Court for the of them and every of them in anywise mantic Incidents, Attractive Scenery and I (Signed) -JOSEl'H JOHNhON,

: aid -Dwrrirt-GREETING.TBnBTT'IIEREAS notwithstanding: And whatsoeveryou } portraits of Illustrious Females. The num- ., President, pro Ill!
Peter Stout master oft shall do:in the premises you shall duly ber commencing each quarter contains a JACOU DI LA lIoTT.Secretary,

: the wrecking, schooner, Florida] certify unto the Judge aforesaid, at the picture of the existing: Philadelphia Fashions 0 7"Subscript ions to the above wo1 kv.','

i by T his Proctor VVm.R. Hackley, Esq., hasexhibited time these and place aforesaid together with designed, engraved and colqicd/ c.\- be received at this Ol1 C'c. April 21.PROSPECTUS" .

i his Libel fot and on behalf of presents.Witness \ s sly for this work, by competent personscpcQAiy *
tho Honorable James Webb, ; engaged for that The
hjrnsett and all'others interestcdwithr him purpose.
Judge of for the Of the'Third Volume of theI'
our said Court
Embellishments of this\charter which have
elating, alleging i ,hand propounding; thatwhilst PARLOR MAGAZINE.;
said District, this' ;,24th day of SeptemberA. informer
appeared numbers confessedly '
his avocation Florida ,arc
; pursuing upon D. 1835, and"of the Independence of WEEKLY paper ddvotcd to ]Ln:
t superior to which have, been furnished A
he discovered on the 11th day any I'
Reef the United Stales the sixtieth in ratureand the Fine Arts; the, Drama,,
year. other similar American
of September instant, a vessel inside of thoid any publication :
the ('ashionst Talcs
Essays ,
; ; B'egrapliicC: :
ALDEN A. M. Clerk. and from the {
JACKSQN which have
Kccf in the vicinity of Old Rhodes arrangements Sketches the of 'Wormn Harmless ,
.t Crock;and near to very dangerous patches Therefore knoy ye, to all whom it may been made, there is every reason! to believe I Satire; Review of New Works; &.
oT coral Reef. That on getting alongside concern, that in pursuance of the above they will be improved in the coming vol I &c. and embellished; <.

discovered her to be the brig ScaJrift of me nition 'from under the seal of the District umes. In addition to the several Embellishments ; Fine Wood Cuts with superior l' L:,'
laie of
ravings 11 '
Court of the United States of America just referred to number ; ;
Lewis C. bound ,
New York, Hoyt, master, every Fashions, and Music. Prico three dollar
for the Southern District of Florida, tome contains several; Engravings wood
from New York to Mobile, laden with an on representing -
assorted That several wrecking directed and delivered, I do hereby give foreign and native scenes, curious per annum, payable in advance.
cargo. The PAKLOK MAGAZINE tht!
is in
now :t
vessels were alongside her, but the said public notice to all persons in nuy manner and interesting subjects, natural history, meridian of its
master refused to take any*assistance. That interested therein, that they be and appear I Entomology, Conchology, Ifumcrous Inci without popularity; as aspirin
the Libellant staid by the said brig to see if beforo the Superior Court to bo holdcn in dents, Ornamental Productions, Embroidcry hopes a shadow, arid cloudlc-

any assistance should be wanting, until and: for the said Districtat the Court house and"other needle work, Riding, Dancing prospects without a hoiizon, continue I
: in West I cheer it on its way, we may reasonably: / articipate'for
Sunday the 13th of September instant, Key on Thursday the Oth day of &c., besides one or more pieces of
when he left her. That during the night October at 10 o'clock{ in tho forenoon of popular Music, arranged for the Piano or a long day of triumph. F"

of Tuesday the 16th of September instant, that day, 'then and there 'to Interpose their Guitar. \general appearance, mechanical: arr.in rmetjft&nd
claims for the same and make their allegations typtigiaphical t execution, it m ,
adrifLfromheranchors Every numbers of
said the work
the brig got in an justly assert<< its claims to rank among II! ,
and went ashore upon the beach of Key support thereof. elegant volume suitable for binding and most beautiful(i periodicals in the Unite

Largo, about two miles to the north of the THOS. EASTIN, US.M; I with these are furnished gratuitous a superbly Slates.-Tlic Literary department: i is co.
Basin Hill ,where she lips head By D'pty. engraved title and
now on I. page a general tribntcd to by of the ablest writer
shore, where the water at high tide does Key M West,September, 24th 1835. index of cones:nts. 0::;-The term of the in thn,country-many men whose names: if thl'ga'e
' reach her arid,at I tide the Lady's Book arc three dollars in
not stem, wa- dran ('. them .
GREAT N NATIONAL WO .K. us permission to use won *
ter not nearer than two hundred yards of ( Persons remitting Ten Dollars shall he en- gave us the trouble of circulating our claim*

her" stern. That the shoals extend out AMERICAN MAGAZINE, titled Jo four copies of the work. Persons on the public through the medium of a

' from her sp far that a vessel cannot, approach Jf useful and Entertaining Knowledge,to remitting Fifteen Dollars shall be entitled prospectus.: \

.ithinJesa than one and a half.miles. ,- be illustrated by ,numeroes Engravings to six' copies of thc work" and additional For selection, the literary gardens of'!'<
all the has to be taken from copies of the best,,
That cargo BY THE BOSTON BEWICK CO IPANY, engravings. Persons America and half Europe are to u-
the aId brig in..boats, _which cannot approach The procuring Ten KRW Subscribers, and for- open
success which has attended the pub so that if we fail in this particular, the tit
within half mile (afloat) when la. lication of the best Magazines from the warding the cash for the same, besides a feet must be only attributed to a want: <>
den at'low water That the'shore is lined discount of fifteen shall be '
per -
English Press, has led to preparations for presented taste-TLo' "l. ilionstt shall mt'Ct11 t I
with rough and hard: rocks, by which tho, issuing a periodical more particularly adap. with a copy of the third volume of due attention. We have: made niranp

boats have'been much injured,and the men ted to the wants and taste of the American the work superbly bound. meats to obtain the earliest intelligent'

prevented from"'carrying the cargo to the public.: While it will be the object of the 1 from London and Paris, in respect to If! '

boats, with the, usual facility. That the proprietors to make the work strictly what PROSPECTUS various changes, which shall be inserted i-'

place at which the wrecking vessels are its title indicates t it will, nevertheless, con- Of a Monthly Magazine, to be entitled soon as received. TIle Parlor Magazw:
.obliged anchor is entirely exposed to the fain all articles of interest to its patrons TUE SOUTHERN LITERARY JOURNAL shall uc occasionally embellished WIIi'
force of the wind and sod, and at the disjanco -
of which'appear, in foreign Magazines.: To be published in Charleston, S. C. beautiful engravings upon interesting sub
bormto Gfoou'ortwenty: ,miles from anygood Extensive preparations lave been enter J&TIULK numerous literary period jects; and plates of the newest fashions

: T manger uence of phichthey ed'into, both 'with artists and Authors, to T f ad are issued from the American plain or colored, as circumstances wtl!
incur great of
the attempt to save the losing their of vessels said in furnish, from all parts of the Union, draw. Press, which are liberally patronized, it has permit, besides wood cuts in :a great varict,

brig., That the said Libellant cargo the forcedto ings and. illustrations of every subject of been a subject of general regret that_since and a piece of original or well selected

under weigh before be had was finished I tf *|tgtnhich the publishers confidently the discontinuance of that able work, the Music, at least twice a month.
get board much believe will enable them to issue a work Southern Review, there has: been BO :Magazine Highly finished! portraits of all tin

, 'tt taking n plated on. That as forty men cargo have as been he con- I! honorable to its title and acceptable to the established in South Carolina, affording great ttritish and American poets, frog
engaged -
t in saving the cargo of the said brig American People. a suitable medium through which the Chaucer ,downwards, are in preparation
tnd that the labourof removing' the cargo The American Magazine is published opinions of our best writers might be and will appear in the Magazine from tiny

from the beach to'the vessel, lying at so D\Ontbly--ench number containing between brought to bear directly and jisefully upon to time, with 9 general critique on the *u.
forty and the public\ mind., It is with a view to meet thor's works annexed to each ; ''the heac
great a distance e, and the danger both of fifty imperial octavo pages,at Two this demand ,
loss of vessels and of Iifet3 as great if not Dollars per annum,payablo in advance. Journal", that the publication of this and review ofShakspeaie' will be furtrcorning !
is ptoposeJ--and that thq general in February: -: Bryant' will follow
usual in vessels
than is
greater relieving It
comprises-Portraits and and substantial
Biographical support'of the citizens of To this paragrapl* we would resDCctfull: *
ashore the reef. That the ,
outer services Sketches
upon distinguished Americans the South is King
; respectfully cohcited. callthe rc der'lI attention the undcr
of the actors as aforesaid have been Views of Publhj If3uildihMonucneats 'Slws ,
proposed Magazine will consist of is ono of the greatest expense and b
meritorious, wherefore the aid with the and
j Landacape s(iiier -- original communications: on Literary and bor., The likeness shall all be taken b!
usual process of this Court is prayed and the boundless
; variety and beauty of which. boeotinc subjects, of notices of i the best toasters.
that a proper salvage decreed to them. in' this will recent t
country, an unceasing wUicatioQs, i
particularly in the I The is -
departmentpf Magazine printed on aopcrroyain
whereas the
And Judge of the said Court source of instruction and Erf and
gratification: light fugitive in a
said district huh ordered and directed and Literature, of popular pper, quarto form, and. stitched
-: for the cravings descriptions of the thiractcr'habits. ; tales I suggested by historical and JocaFas- dom
Thursday.the eighth day of October &c, of i > Beasti ( cover.ice .
on Siro
i I' Fishes, and socutions, of Poetry and Pulitical Intelli .
next, forall persons concerned to be cited Insectstogetherwitbeverry aubjectcoap. gence. Its columns 67 Ljlerty-street, NewVork.f '
and and intimated to appear at the Court ted with the! Geography History, Natural'and vehicle W1 the free are intended to affords .4 tf.) *EditorsofNewspaperswao't15toe -

Hou' it Key Went, m said district, to artificial resources: of the country, Hru- eae iea cf all questions, but, which temperate, from,their dis- this:el3a j j Hrkh-us i" *.;*will lrdm tiblige$ their by copy"ff'IIIITEOIOLOGICAL *

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