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: January 16, 1836
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
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System ID: UF00049046:00057

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the North West Passage, and drawing more 1000 kind* of'Cs4
WEEKLY AT Tim regular terms are held at Key Weston such as are herein and ornaments for school be 4rt;'newspapers
feet or upwards, except
FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. the first Mondays_in May. and November., after mentioned, shall pay $2 00 and scientific work; order for any,. of

( : Subscribers at a distance must pay In All Vessels bound through the North wbicb,or composing sticks, ca.eii erne**
Advance, or hare an agent in this city COUNTY COURTS. West Pass and touching at Key West for &c, will be expected with the utmost proimv
ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of The County Courts, having a limited civil the of landing letter, tit dea large stock being always on barf*
jurisdiction and original jurisdiction in all purpose panenttol'l They will also execute order for print .
One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, (o f obtaining supplies of provisions, wood or
matters relating to Estates, Guardians, or ink, &c. which they will furbish vt
fifteen lines,) for the first insertion, and water,shall depart without being subject to presses
Wards, &c. are held by the Judges iu the the manuficturet's prices.
Seventy-Five Cents for each subsequent the above ordinance, unless the matter of
continuance. All Advertisements will be several counties scmiannually.APPELLATE I the said vessel shall request a pilot to take Printer of newspapers will please .publish
li; continued until otherwise ordered. None charge of such vessel and take her out over this advertisement(with this note)thwrfc
"a COURT. time,tending a p. containing it to ,tbp
will be considered less than a uare. the Bar for which services he shall receiveI
The Court of Appeals consisting of the i ; Foundry, and receive payment when they
,1 or: No subscription will bo.discontinue i the usual rates of pilotage. All pilot detained -
.Jl (unless at the option of the Editor,) until all Judgcor the several Superior Courts is I I on board ot any vessel, by the request purchase four time the amount of their bills
held annually at Tallahassee on the first from the Factory.
arrears are paid of her commander, shall receive for ,
All letters to the Editor on business, !Monday in January. each and every day's service three dollar -

must be Post Paid.FLORIDA. '' per day,over and above his pilotage. Fishing I la.ESPFCTFULL1Inform WHITE & WILLIAM IIAGAtt
y Smack and Wrecking Vessels,ibaJlrjot the Print O
DIRECTORY. District of St. Augustine.-Collector,John be subject to this ordinance.Sec of the United State, to whom they: have

Compiled for the Key West Inquirer. Rodman. 4. Be it further ordained,'Qliatany long been individually known established
Any error will bo corrected, and addition vessel having passed the buoy on the Bar of Letter Founder, that they btvp now font vied
made on the Editor's being notified of such District of Pensacola-Collector, Robert the North West Passage, before having a co-partncnbip in said business, and "
error or omission., Mitchell. Inspector, R. A. Mitchell. Surveyor been boarded by a pilot, shall not be obliged hope from their united skill and experiencedto
Win. M. Loftin. be able to give full satisfaction to'all wbi6 !
I to take the same ; but in case a pilot goes
EXEC UTI V E. on board by tbe request of bercapwD.tbeDhe may favor them with order .
Governor, JOHN U. EATON. Secretary: District of St. Johns-Collector, James shall receive the usual pilotage.. Tbe introduction of machinery in place
GEORGE K. WALKER. Dell. Inspector, Horatio Dexter. Sec. 5. De it further ordained That all of the tedious and unhealthy practice df
vessels bound into the Fort of Key, West, casting type by band, long desideratum by '
LEGISLATURE. District of St. 1\Iark"CoUector, Jesse II. and spoken by a pilot, Boca Chica bearing the European and American Founder,wa*, I,
The Legislative Council i is of Willis. Inspector Burr II. Duval. In. North, or NorthVe.terlylhall pay full by American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure '
'WI twenty-six members, divided Composed nine. spcctor, Augustus Steelo, Tampa Bay. pilotage at the same rates a* though she bad of time and money on the part of our -

|y j teen Counties, as follows. among Leon, f\ntr' been brought lo over the main hip channel. senior partner, first successfully accomplish I
.' Escambia, Ttco; Gadsden, Two ; Jackson, District of Apalacbicola-Collector, G. J. :All vessel!* arriving and not having been ed. Extensive use of the machine cast let'
Two; Jefferson, Two ; St. Johns, 7'\co; Floyd. Inspector, W. D. Price. spoken by a pilot before passing the above ter, ha*fully tested and established &s superiority .
r Walton, Washington, Franklin, Madison, named limit, and being three mile from the : in every particular, over that. catf
Ilamilton, Columbia, lachua, Duval, Naa West-Collector, William light house on Key West,shall only be sub by the old process.
sail, Mosquito, Hillsborough, and Monroe, A. Whitehead. Inspector and Deputy ject to pay half pilotage ; but if not spoken The Letter Foundry buiine.li will, here
One each.Delegate. Collector, Adam Gordon. Inspector, Stephen until after passing the aforesaid limits, in after be carried on by the patties before
R. Mallory. Temp. Weigher and that case she shall be exempted from paying named under the firm of White,Hagar&ee.

to Congress, JOSEPH M. \V RITE. CZauger, William II. Wall. Appraisers, any pilotage. Their specimen exhibits a complete eerie *
Charles[ M. Wells, George E. Weaver. ff ec 6. Be it further ordained, That'all from Diamond to 14 line Pica. The BOOR

ELECTIONS. Inspectors, Charles' Howe, Indian Key vessels ajriving through the West Pass, and and New type being in the nloit xnoderfe'

,/ The elections for members of Legislative John Dubose, Cape Florida. the East end pf the Dry Rock, to the light and Itlo.
Charlotte Harbor Westward of Sand Key, bearing Southwest, White, Hagar o. are agent* for WI
Coiiucil take place annually on the second -Intptctor, II. B. and
ale bf the Smith Rust Printing Pfesi6 -
Monday in October ; and Delegate to Con- Crews. shall pay full pilotage, but if not spoken until
which they can furnUb to their custom
the first in passing the aforesaid limit, and being
cress Biennially on Monday
M.1T. BANKS. three mile from Key W eat light, only half en at the manufacturer1-prieo. Chase,
-?* Bank of West Florida, A palachicola, chartered pilotage shall be recovered,but if spoken Cases,,Composition Stick, ink aDd'...rt
JUDICIARY.Superior : 1D'2g-'apital, $500,000. after passing the aforesaid limit, shall be article used in the Printing BuiineM, kept' >
exempted from pa'ingpilotate. for sale, and furnished op the shortest netice.
Courts, having Admiralty Jurisdiction. President, Cashier. -
Sec. 7- Be it further ordained, That all Old type taken io eacbaogeor'n.A

EASTERN DISTRICT-comprising the Bank of Pensacola, Chartered 1831Cap.Ital pilots who shall bring a vessel into this port, at-..9 cent per pound. **
II; Newspaper Proprietor who I rive
shall be entitled
to her
carry out,unless the
Counties Nassau: St. Johns, Duval, Columbia ] $2,500,000. '
the above three insertion
commander will be entitle Ito
can sufficient *
AlacLua, Ilillsborough and part of President, Walter Gregory. Cashier good "and .
Mosquito. Catlin. cause to the contrary. Any vessel arriving Five Dollar in such article a*,they:tn.t

Judge, ROBERT RAYMOND REID. Attorney, at this port without a pilot,..pbalI have liberty select from our"specimen. ..v j
to depart without a pilot, unless the No I 11 .11fT!
TUOMAS 1.>oual..us. Marshal, SAMUEL Bank of St. Augustine. Chartered 1831, cap.
BLAIR. Capital $300,000. tain shall,wish one. BRUCE'fl New-YORK TYPE.FOUNDBT

(Not yet in operation.) Sec. n. If any pilot shall speak a vessel M. '13: 'Ckombtn at. near CA uArsrn.Trlc '
bound this
to outside the limit and
t The regular terms are held as follows :- port ,
I Fur Ht. John and :Mosquito Counties, at Merchants and Planters Bank of Florida, the captain of said vessel shall refuse to price of,five line Pica plain and'an-
r, flt. Augustine on the: second Mondays in Tallahassee, Chattered 1P32. take a pilot, be shall be liable to pay full tique is i educed to 25 cent a lb. and Six
[ Maich and October. For Nassau County, Capital $200,000. pilotage, and the pilot so speaking him shall line Pica and larger to !90 cents, thereby
un the second Mondays in April and No. President, Cashier, be entitled to carry said vessel out, unless making these perfect metal type cheaperthan
vember. For Alacbua,Columbia and II ills. the captain refuse to take a pilot out, in any other.
, borough Counties, At N own n..ilIe, on the Central Bank of Florida, Tallahassee, which case the pilot shall be entitled to half This foundry has had added lately to .its
Wednesdays after the third Mondays in Chartered 1&32 Capital $1,000,000. pilotage out. former uoparalleUcd assortment several ajze -
April and November. And for DuvaUuun- President, Ben Chaires.' Cashier Leslie Sec. 9. AU pnot recoverable of Shaded Condensed ,and Ornamented
I ty at Jacksonville the first Mondays ir A. Thompson. forthwith before .'of tbe peace Types, by which Printer at the)ett r?preJa.
1 May and December. Chancery terms are upon affidavit of a that be spoke are enabled to rival the Impressionsftqm
t I held at St. Augustine on the second Mondays Commercial Bank of Florida,Apalachicola, said vessel or boa outside of the Copper-plate in beauty: ; fancy: and 'tastefiil
k in July and September Chartered! 1832-Capital $500,000. prescribed. limits, and that the captain of display..

I (Not yet in operation.) said vessel refuse to pay pilotage or half The assortment embrace 250 sizes of
MIDDLE DISTUICT-Comprising the Conn- pilotage, in or out as tbe case maybe. varieties,from 19 line pica to peart, of Roman .
i# tics of Leon, Gadsden, Hamilton, Jefferson Union Bank of Florida, Tallahassee, Char. Sec. 10. All pilots shall hive a good and Italic, Black, Antique, Italian Title,
II and Madison. tered 1033-Capital $3,000,000. sufficient pilot boat to cruise outside of the Condensed, Shaded, Backilope, German

I' Judge, THOMAS R''WALL.ttorney, President,John G. Gamble, Cashier, John' be Reef, and the name of such pilot boat shall Text, Ornamented,Music,to. aril also Pica .
d JAMES D. WESTCOTT. Marshal, THOMAS Parkhill. with painted in legible letters in her mainsail FrscUooi, Superior, Space Rules, Astronomical .
ElTm RANDOLPH. the number of ber branch underneath and other Signs*, Ornamented

Jl Farmers Bank of Florida, Mariana, Chartered the same. Dashes, Loo ; Brace, Bra*'Rule, nearly
i The regular terms are held as follows 1834-Capital $75,000. UCFS NEW YORK TYPE FOUN 300 Border/'and more than 1000 Cut or
; For Hamilton County, at on the first (Not in operation.) B DRY.-The subscribers Ornament for Newipapen, Scbool-BocSfi,
! Mondays in June and December. For -- inform respectfully and Scientific work
:. Madison County, at San Pedro, on the Dank of Jacksonville, Chartered IR35. the printers, that they have recently The subscribersfurnish Compoicg-8tlck
a variety fonts of ,
LI Thursdays after the first Mondays in June Capital $75,000.Not in the style of tho latest new European specs Cases, Chases, Galley, Furniture, ''Paper, ,
I and December. And for the remainder of ( in operation. ''
yet )
mcns,well calculated for oro&meDtalpriQ. ,all kind of Printing Prate, and every
rt, the District, at Tallahassee: on the first ----- .
ting or sasteful and required a rrintiog-Oflce at the
display, making an assortment ,
es epassing
!Mondays in Apiil 1 and October. For the information of transient! manufacturers'
, of Printing :Type unrivalled io prices. They aba execute.
Key West, we give the -
following orders for .
WESTERN beauty,extent and variety. A book of specimens Stereotyping.Printers
Counties Kscambia DI'TJUCT-COmprising Walton the RATES OF PILOTAGEas may be obtained at tbe Foundry, of fetewspspers_who publish this
Franklin and Jackson. established by the County Court. No. 13,Chambers street, near Chatham It. advertisement (\With this note three times

Judge, JOHN' A. CAMC&O Attorney, Be it ordered by the County Court,that all It contains specimen from Twelve Line beroN'th.' end of the year i'83S. shall receive -
OCORCC \V. JtEa. Marshal, J. W. EXUM. Vessels shall be subject to the followingrates Pica to Pearl-comprising payment when they,make a purcbaie
of Pilotage.Sec. 45: forms"f Roman Caps with I. case. from the Foundry. of four times the amount
35 do Italic do do of their bill. GEQ.,ERUCE& CO.
The regular terms are held as follows I. All vessels of War if
En *T 6 do title Roman do do N.w.York.AUC.U.l 4t
For Escatnbi County,at I'ensacola,on the drawings and not more } ,
first Mondaysiu May and November. For than 14 feet, $2 00 5 do title Italic do do .. -1 ,', I _.. ...
Walton Couuty. ou the first Monday in drawing 14 anti not more 5 do sh'd Roman do do NOTICE
March and third Monday iu November. than 18 feet, 2 25 17 do Antique do do All person having demand against the
For Washington County on the second Drawing IU and not over. 12 do Black do do csate of Antonio Pacbeco deceased, late
Monday! iu !March and fourth Monday in 51 feet, 2 50 5 do Open Black do du of the county ot Hillsborougb, are hereby
November. For Jackscn County, at Mariana Over 21 feet, 3 00 'do Script do do required to present the same to the under
on the third Monday in March and tie Sec. i. Merchant Vet- 5 do Gonn'D Tntdo do signed. And all those indebted to said estate .
first !Monday in December And for Franklin sell drawing 5 and not ) 25 do 'r"ol'De rom'n cap with figs' are required to make payment on br
rEA, FOOT 11 do Two line Italic before the 16th of January 1856. '
County on the first Monday in April and over twelve feet, shall < capital ,
Thursday after the third Monday in Decent $1 50Al I 10 du SUM Cap of various kind WM. BUNCE.ed'mr.
(i du
ber. ray 12 and not over Open do do qUINTINA PACHECO.adoi'rx'
J du Italic capital and Nov. J6, 1835. 51-U16
16 feet, 2 00 I Besides figure ] J JOtrL.
! SOUTHERN DISTRICT Comprising th. All over 1C and not above ornamental letter, backs lope,
j County of Munroe and part of Mosquito. 18 feet, 2 2.1: musiclottery I, figures, piece fraction, *u- :: F. BREAKER.cO tWill

I'' Judge, JAMES WEBB. Attorney, WILLIAM All above 18 feet shall pay 8 50 I f periorsutr rule brass 'inomicalandotber.Igusie be a candidate fur the SheruTaltybf

j !dean' Marital l, Tvosus Eisfrr ,: S 'e3.. Vevis' arriving; or dcrnr in* thro. br\r.f'I, more. rules than, ornamental two hundred dab kinds*|. Long of!next.Monroe county Jan.at the f,election 1836. [in n3.d.February] .

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al I ;...,r. !.,,' '. :. KEY. :WEST INQUIRER.' 1' '' .

it I ..:' "" :-ampanying -detachment '$fter it was have arrived here without any thing sour !dians, he was absent 'at the wreck of the

," ..flam,* JyQUIRERK joined by Capt. G., and has in consequencebeen he clothes they had on when the news first Spanish Brig Oil Bias. That on arriving it

cut off in the!.prime of life, l leaving a reached them. Their furniture their stocks the Light House, Cape Florida, and learn
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.- }? JVBS 7, FLORIDA : family and a large circle of friends to ing that an attack had been made on hi*
mourn his loss." of hogs and poultry, their agricultural implements family, he proceeded to the melancholyscene

SA..TURDA.1".IANUAUY 16,1630. left here about three weeks &c &c. have all been left to the accompanied by Mr. Basely, Mr.
TII INDIANS!!! l\IajOt'Dade Roberts and the slave Simons belonging
I mercy of the savage foe, and years of toil negro
INTELLIGENCE FROM since with his Company, and was thought to Mr Fitzpatrick, who volunteered to
HORRIBLE enable them the
THE SEAT OF WAR. from his acquaintance with Indian warfare,i ito may not to recover pecun go with him. When to approached his
be well calculated for the service iary comforts of which they have been deprived once peaceful home, he found the body of
., : On Hth inst. the Schooner Atlantic, upon
t which he was ordered. lie was highly esteemed Joseph Flinton of Cecil County, State of
: 'c.pt. Stephens arrived at this Port from
Maryland, who acted ai instructor to his
here where he had been stationed The Light Ship's crew are now the near
St. Marks: having spoken off his
Tampa Bay children; body was mangled, and he
{ \ the U. S. Transport Schr. Motto, Captain for several months, both as a gentlemanand est to the Indians, but being sone distance had evidently been killed with an axe His

I+ I Armstrong, to whom we are indebted for officer, and the loss society has sustained from the shore and provided, wo believe, two eldest children were found near byshot

r intelligence from the seat of Indian war from his death is deeply deplored with arms and ammunition, they may not through the heart, one holding yet the Look
be considered in much danger. The next i fn her hand, she had been learning, and
Captain Gardner has left a wife and chil-
fare of the most charactersuchas
t. painful the book of the other lay by his side
dren to deplore his untimely fate, who are post is at Indian Key, about seventy miles
is seldom the province of the Press in about a hundred yards distant he foundthe
our day to record. now fore, and we understand that Lieut. from Key: West, where preparations live bodies of his wife and infant. She

Two companies of Artillery under the Messenger has also left a family. been made for defence by erecting embankments also had been shot through the heart, and

I command of Major Dade, on the march Such is the character of the news from mounting cannon &c., but the effective the same ball it is supposed broke the in-

: from Fort force is small-and it is West (ant's arm. His house had been burned,
Tampa to King were surprisedon the Western Peninsula, and we regret we Key
but the house in which he kept arrow
+4 the 28tli December by a large party of have to add that our occounts from Cape alone, which by the people from the main and, the machinery with which he manufac.root

Indians, and with the exception of three I Florida! and ita vicinity, are also of a disagreeable and other Islands,is thought to be safe from I tured it are left uninjured. The Indians

" only, were ALL MASSACRED-in num: nature, showing the necessity for attack; for in addition to the number capable carried. off about twelve barrels of provisions

: ber 110 or 115 men. The officers were prompt and efficient action on the part of of bearing arms, it is the farthest settlement 30 hogs, 3 horses, $460 in silver, his

aH killed at the first fire. We refer our rca Government, both by land and water, to' from the Indians, and the one with clothing, one keg powder, over 200
pounds lead, and $7000 worth of dry
,ders, however, to the following extract oft protect the sparse,population of the coast which they are the least acquainted, the' goods. By their tracks and the nmlmntof

the letter we received from Capt.Armstrong from massacre and spoliation least, if, others being often heretofore resorted to for property carried off Mr. C. computes the

1. Which gives nU the particulars of this dis. from advantages of location it should be purposes of traffic &c. It is thought near number of the Indians at from !20 (In $0.

f, dressing; calamity. found impossible to compel the Indians to 200 fugitives have arrived here within four They also carried off his negro man, and
woman: and a Spanish man named Emanuel
u'' .Cxtract. from a let tec received from Capt. comply with the terms of the Treaty of re. or five days.In Our bereaved friend and neighbor-

:, J. M. ARMSTRONG, dated, moval. this crisis, our patriotic citizens have caused the bodies of his loved ones to be

;V: S. Transport Schr. Motto, off Tampa In consequence of the Indians having I not been backward in their exertions to re- ns decently buried as circumstances would

j 1' Bay January 9th 1836. been seen in considerable bodies in the I lieve tho apprehensions of those who are permit, and returned to tho Light Houseon

t "The orders of Col.) Clinch were, thaton neighborhood of New River, about 22 alarmed, or the distress of those who are the 10th.
'' At that time, he assures us,there had beenno
the arrival at Fort Brooke of
miles north of in want.
V Company B- 3d Artillery Capt. Frasier Cape Florida,some two or Indians at the Light House, though he
Company's A. B. C. and G. of 2d Artillery ., three weeks since, considerable alarm was I The militia have been called out and are saw their fires about ten miles to the north

commanded by Majors Mountford and felt in that vicinity which proved not to be I now regularly organised and ready for dutyat ward.

} Capt. Gardner and Lieut. Grayson, without foundation. A party was observed' a moments warning.?* Patrols on land I lie speaks with great confidence, that

and Company B. of 4th Infantry common surrounding the house of Mr. William and water.are.nightlyJtept!;and'a vessel has: two companies, one with a block house it
New River and the other with brbcl
!. dad by Major Dade tho of
Cooley in which considerable been chartered and sent to Havana: with ,
quantity house at Cape Sable would afford complete
d; Major* Bel ton and Dade were to continue
,a ,.t Fort Brooke with Major Zantzinger of the materials from a wrecked vessel was gentleman authorised to procure a further' protection to the Keys and Island

t f J Company,and the other four were to march, known to be stored, find they were seen to supply of arms, and charged with letters, along the Reef\: K U."-""
} to Fort King. The companies of Majo. carry from the house portions of thes from a Committee of the Citizens and the (, "'."'

jjelton and Captain Gardner had arrived goods Shots were heard, and one man Collector of tho Port,soliciting a visit from: NAVAL.-WE are happy to announce
; ;: previously, to Major Dade'tf: arrival, but i"d the arrival in our waters, in consequencer/
was observed dead of of that be in that
of lying apparently on the any our men war may t
I I 4aot marched in consequence having buttt the sent Havana of
request to the U. :?
.B few men in them, and on the arrival ol f threshold of the door who Was supposed t to Haibor,-and we 'have since learned that

: Company B (Major Dade) men were dotailed be a man in the employ of Mr. Cooky. there were two there two or three days Frigate Constellation bearing the broat'pendant :
t from that Company and others to These circumstances alarmed the nearestneighbors of Commodore DALLAS, and U

','complete companies, of Captains Gardner and since.We S. Sloop of War St. Louis,'Copt. ROSSEAC.
news having: spread, he have to express to our friends at a
and Frasier. They left Fort Brooke This prompt compliance with the wishes/ cf
inhabitants of all the .
'I' on the morning of the 23d December with settlements between distance our candid opinion that the }probability the residents the

it 1 1. one six pounder -:they passed all the bridg New River and Cape Florida: congregated I of our being attacked, is not great, on coast is particularly

cs in safety, and had given up the idea cm the Light House premises at the latter but still, to enable the inhabitants of the gratifying.
that the.Indians would attack them, but on place, in number upwards of but being
sixty, other Islands and the main land to return SAVAKNAir, DEC. 29.
II the morning of the 28th at 8 o'clock,
}, they were attacked by a large body of Indians without ammunition or }provisions capable to their usual avocations, and in order to FLORIDA INDIANS.-A meeting of our
4?; and in ambush. The officers of sustaining,them for even aver)' citizens was held yesterday, Capt. Stephens
insure our safety, we have t<' repeat thata in the Chair and Lt. Col.) Robertson Secre
A were all shot down at the first fire. Tin limited OUght it advisable I to
\ c "ambush was so complete that not an Indi.an' leave pcriodl ns made their strong necessity exists for immediate ac cary, at which it was resolved to send \ot
appear the
to eief of our fellow citizens:
:i was seen until all the detachment was ance. was then on its wayto lion on tho part of the Government, in this in Florrda. TheywiU depart this morning
cut down. All were cut off but three; one
-uf them arrived at Fort Brooke on the SOtl them from Indian Key, whither it had : quarter for Picolata.

badly wounded, having travelled 65 miles been despatched for supplies*arrived within I It will be seen from extracts inserted in CHARLESTON, JAN. I.
,J" naked and without food-the second, on sight of the Light House chortly after the VOLUNTEERS FOR FLORIDA.-In compliance :

,: .I. the 2d January, dreadfully mangled, having inhabitants left there, and found on approaching this week's paper, that the people of Savannah with the Resolutions cdoplCd at't

no less than five musket balls in him, the shores that the and Charleston are moving in be public meeting of the citizens of Charleston
' wwttha number of knife cuts-the third ar premises were I the undersigned are now ready to ro
i t rived on the 5th,shot through the arm. Tire) already in possession of the Indians, and half of those of our fellow citizens who ceive Volunteers, either by companies or

i l .;Wounded were treated in a horrible man consequently returned to Indian Key. Tho are suffering in the neighborhood of Fort; individually, to proceed, if necessary, 1(1
If one of them groaned show abandonment of the St. Augustine for the of the iuhatiiants
net or Light House is much Ito King, and it is not to be doubted that a defence
symptoms of life his throat was cut &c be regretted, but we have no doubt from of Florida from the attacks of ih'
.,' If these three men had not fortunately the force will ere long be gathered togetherthat Seminole Indians. Offers cf service mar
escaped, all the troops here would have I authentic statements we have beard, will completely drive them from that be made to the Chairman, either verbal/!
.been cut off as Major Mountford and Lieut that blood would have been shed had: the or in writing, and the Committee will rote

Grayion had'arrived and were on the point inhabitants remained-the greater portionof section of the country, and, unless there tomorrow to organize the Volunteers, and

of marching with their companies They them being women and children. The is a force hero to prevent it, their spreading make arrangements,, if need be, fur tlicir
,would have been cut off and then immediate *
massacre of the family of Mr. Cooley has themselves in this direction will be
Brooke,in the weak state that it would have a natu [Signed by a Committee of seven.}
been left, would have: become' a prey to been confirmed by a visit paid by the bereaved rat consequence. We therefore hope that .

:, hem, as they are at present within a mileof husband and father (who happened no time will be lost on the of thosein WE are glad to find that the editor of tie
the Fort. They intended to attack ion t to be absent) to his once 'happy mansion; port New Orleans Bulletin often refers to our
i the 3d but having small I power, to place the whole coast in
destroyed a a
as he found lying in its vicinity, the bodiesof humble of
t store in.which the owner in his : sheet for matter to fill a portion
1 hurry to escape his wife, three children, and the I state of defence. Iris dc
; had left a barrel of rum, they column We would be happy to
drunk and were discovered by a body go of hired man before alluded to. 'rho house i No definite account can be obtained of the same by him but we seldom receive a

I friendly Indians and rp treated. On the 4tl had been robbed of such articles as thIndians e the number of Indians in the neighborhood I copy cf his paper unless it is through th*
ono of them, was brought in and dehveret,
were likely to stand most in need
r of the Cape, but from their fires kindness of our friends here '
ana other
to Belton ho to be : .
Major proved a son f \
o !
of;and the dwelling houses burned, leaving .....c:>>..cFOHTUYL -- J
of the hostile clue but as he had
one ,
not circumstances it
they may at -A letter<
the out buildings standing.It ? KEY WEST
yet recovered from his nothing has '
i been discovered tlnuugh Mm.! is not surprising that these eventsshould ,present amount to two or three hundred ceived in town by the last mail from Charleston ;

The officer killed were DubCaptains have created a alarm :warriors. brings intelligence that the lion. Joseph
Major great: Along VN fvAA
M White' few
I In a days prescl1n
Gardnr and Frasier LteutenanttBessengcr
the coast. F&mi1icsVid from
I separated Resolution of into the
inquiring exp
Mudge Kees and Henderson i FURTHER PARTICULARS
and one another have: had no other means uf! OF THE diency of surveying tbi harbor with a view
Surgton Gailin. Major Dad ; AT NEW: RIVER
than afforded to its defence and also introduce a Lil fur
safety flight them and thai I ; ,
+ volunteered ,
nobly to in the ofCaptain
place \Va been
go which informed by WILLIAM the house the North Ws:
in a way prevented their! erecting light at
I Gardner who providing
( detained Fort'Brooko .
was at COOLEY, Esq. who has
arrived at this place, liar, so often asked for, but never let received
themselves with the most
but subsequently joined the detach necessary articles that on the 4th, when the attack and mur the
t t meat omits march) and still insisted! on ac of clothing, bedding, &e. and numbers der ors committed *n t,;! family. by, the Jrii. :- notwithstanding the cit' great irapo'tar.ceof }

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J. WE arc again placed under tho necessity 11. Sclir.Atlantic, Stephens, St.Maiks, Terms, Cash. Sale within the legal bourse therewith-intelligence,which merchants '
of apologising to the readers of the In bound to New York. Papers to be paid for by'tbo purchaser' must always to of irilerest., The decision

quirer for the short portion of matter pro Schr. Blacksmith, Coombs, Cape Florida. J. A.THOS.THOURON.D.M.Key BASTIN, U.S.M.. of the Court are oftentim $,of the highest d

scntcdSCHR.tbcm. Passengers from Cape Florida. Dr West Jan. 9. 1836. [n4-3tl importance, and no occasion,shall bo allow. '
12. Schr Single Sailor, Bethell, Key ed to pass without the publication of such
A Resort for Invalids. decisions at length. f '
BAHAMA.-The award of the Vacas, Passengers. i' ,

k. arbitrator in the case of the Sclir. Bahama, Schr Splendid, Alderslade, Key Vacas, All communications to be addressed r ,

(noticed in our last as having been on the Passengers. a (post paid) to ATKINSON. ', u ;

F reef,) gives 46 per cent on valuation! of U.S. Mail Schr Laura, Walker Charleston Key West, December 1835. r

1\ vessel and cargo amounting to ,6652,19i mdz to O. O'llaraand others. IfVO" should bo happy to reciprocate j A
Sloop Dread Welch Havana to master. SUBSCRIBER settled !
to having
equal $2933,481.2. THE the tavor with of our i
any exchange: papers
\ --- I Sloop Liberty Latham, Havana, to do. on Indian Key, has deter- who will insert the above notice. I
:'Y INSURANCE FROM FIRE.- We are reminded Schr Oneco Harris, New York, mdz to mined to open a HOUSE for boarding and
lodging, and believing' it to bo one of the TYPE FOUNDRY \
'. i by a friend, to ask those of our citizens master. situations in the United H 1 r
most favorable AVINGPurchasedofMr.RICIIARDRONALDSON \ .
13. Sp. Schr San Antonio Garregn, Ua- r
( who had their insured in N. York
property States for persons who are suffering from his long cstablwhodand I",' ;
if they have thought of the necessity of renewing racoa, Cuba, Segars,to 1A.. Browne pulmonary,dilpeptio and numerous chronic very extensive Type Foundry, the subscrl w J\ 1. .

their policies in some institutionnot Brig Somerset, Parker, St. Marks boundto diseases, and obliged to seek a refuge from ben have formed a co- artnership for the J j\ ,

effected by the late lamentable conflagration I Charleston. the chill blasts of a northern winter be feels purpose of continuing said business,and for J :, '. I
f' in that city? If they do not do so,t I Schr. Imperial of Amboy, N.J. Boddington safe in saying! that Indian Key cannot be tbe convenienco of their friends and patrons : j, :;

W their insurance in case of fire will be but New Yoik I mdz for Mobile. I surpassed for beauty, health and climate. have removed their establishment to a I' J,'I j' '
: of little avail.SUSMIS4ION. 15. Sloop Loreio, Sawyer, Havana, to Frest has never been known bere-tho'' more central part of the'city. As it it their "-. :t; 1,:
-....- Brig \\aye, Lewis,Charleston, bound to thermometer seldom below 55 or 56 in winter Intention to keep on band a good assortment r j iA
'I St. Marks. nor up to 90 in summer. It is entirely of the best type, ana to make such additions ''r'a ; a
: TO THE LAWS.-The New I exposed to the sea from every point of tho and improvements as the taste of the trade '; ;

York Sun stales, that before the fire, which FAILED. compass. and the wants of the country require, they i' ,
Jan. 10. Sloop Loreto, Sawyer, Havana., The fare of his table and bar shall be as flatter themselves that this, establishment t f
has recently desolated that city, had com Sloop Spy,Holdcn, do i food \tho market will afford and attended will merit a large share of patronage. They ;' ; ,

menced ,its ravages in Water Street, west 11. Schr Atlantic, Stephens, New York. by experienced servants Private rooms have now' several fonts on hand, which can J I, 'j

of Old Slip, while it was uncertain whether Schr Blacksmith, 'oombs, Havana. for lodging gentlemen ladies and familiesneall be furnished at a few hours notice, and ar* 1 J !, : '
12. Sloop Dread, Welcht do. ) arranged. The undersigned hopes prepared to make fonts ol all weights and r :y i >
it would pass over to Coenties Slip, a Sloop Liberty, atham, do. by diligent attention and industry to merit sizes, from Pearl to 22 line Pica, including i : r' ,..a, .i.}
merchant who felt secure of the safety of Sell the custom of his friends and the public a great variety of Ornamental Letter.-- I' !'II Y "
13. Sailor Bethel do. /
Single p
his establishment and had not generally. S. A. SPENCER. Their assortment of Cuts and Dashes, iJran i '\\1 i 1 f t
consequently 14 Schr. San Antonio
Garrcga, Indian Key Monroe County, Terri49 Rule and other ornaments will be found to ; I 1"r
removed his goods, was waited upon in Jaracoa. torr of Florida, November 7th 1835. { tf.OTTbe bo very extanme, of which specimens will ,: i .,oj
the street by General) Swift, who addressed Schr Imperial, Boddinglon, Mobile. ( :: St. Augustine Herald Charleston be forwarded to Printers as soon as they; "

him th\19-" AIr. I Brig Somerset, Parker Charleston. Courier Philadelphia Saturday Courier can be prepared. o ( .t f' I ;
J! P. am directed by his I
Advocate and and ... '( ,,
New York Journal
1 15. U. S. Mail Schr Laura, Walker, Printing Presses of every description. \ 'h
honor the to the of Boston Commercial Gazette will the 1 i
mayor request key your Charleston give 1. 1 ;
Ink of the most !
Printing{ approved<<: qualities, I
above five insertions and forward their .JtJ.t'
j store, which I am going to blow up." The -- I for I Comnosm( Sticks., Brass ballets. Imnosinff I .. rl'' .;, .
I merchant without the-slightest hesitation; \ 'CL'1'U MARINERS[ :::: ,accounts to this office payment- Stones, Cases, Paper and' Press Boards, r ''!ti1f: \ 1

placed it in his hand with this Custom House, Key West NOTICE.Six Standing Presses Furniture together with j t J 1 I li }
I reply- Collector's Ofiice, Jan. 16 836. weeks after date application will be a complete assortment of all articles used t,I, i
"There it is sir and in less than fifteen in Office be rl. .
; In consequence of the encroachments made to the County Court of Monroo a Printing will kept! constantlyon \ 'f"" .! ,

s! minutes his store and property, worth per of the Indians and their depridations alongthe County for letters of administration on the hand. I' .j'' \ ', .' ,'.

: haps fifty thousand'dollars were in ruins coast, the Light House at Cape Florida estate of Darius dec. Small fonts, suitable for Ilook-binders tatted ) ,1' .; t \
MARY in great variety, bo bad when ,
Such prompt submission to tho civil authorities has been abandoned. It is expected however ANN CLAPP. for. l ':

i is worthy of all praise We are that the light will be shown again in Dec. 19, 1835. (I6tElection : ]_ Orders from all parts of tbe Union will I* "

confident that there are sections of the course of a few days, but in the present Notice. promptly and moat carefully attended to, : \\ }
many state of ullairs in that quarter, it is probable and particularly in supplying I01\TIIJur all'
the country, where a similar request would some irregularity may arise in conducting Notsce is hereby given, that an election fonts furnished by their predecessors, Bin- \ 1" .

have been answered by many a bragadocia it, and this notice isgivcn in order. for and Clerk Coroner of Monroe will be held County on Monday Court, Sheriff the lit. ny & Ronaldson, and Richard HonaldsoD. \. 1.. ," \, '
in all
nnd exhibition of false independence, completely that mariners may be on their guard. day of l'ebruary1830, at the following places .' by Stereotyping L. J Johnson as heretofore.its branches executed 'J. t i
W. A. W1HTEHEAD,Collector under the superintendence of the following ., r' 'I ))1
at variance with the spirit of disinterestedness JOHNSON & SMITH. { )-. i. .
and welfare 1 and Sup, Int. of lights. Inspectors. No. 0, George St. Philadelphia, 18$3. J ; ',
for the of
I %* Commercial papers will benefit the In Key West at'the Imagine If his fellow citizens which prompted the simple mercantile interests of the country by giving Inspectors. this advertisement, and forward a paper 1' I 1 ;

reply of "there it is, sir." ( the above one or more insertions. ROBERT R. FLETCHER. containing it to J. & 8. will bo entitled to r
+c-- Me NUT1CE. ALEXANDER PATTERSON. $3, payable in settlement of their account I I ,I!

KEY Wrsx SALT-A box of this nrti- ASA F. TlFTrAt when their bills amount to not less than$10. t fIi\ : Ii 4 .1 .
THE Subscriber for the '
being grateful Indian Key at the store of J. Housmau. J. & S. 'J b+ '
has left
office for
at our inspection. favors heretofore shown him in his line of ', rt
We take the liberty of calling the attention Inspectors. BRUCE'S NEW-YORK TYPE FOUNDRY -
I business: solicits a continuance of the CHARLES now t i "I'l id-(
of capitalists to the letter on this subject" same. JACOB HOUSMAN. No. 13 Chambers it. near Chatham., \ l" II "
from Key West, which will be found in our J i'."
I He pledges himself; that nothing shall I LEMUEL OTIS.
THE price of five line Pica
columns plain and an. ;
to day and which has been
furnished politely be wanting on his part to please his custom At Key Vacaa at the store of Wm White- tique is reduced to 25 cents a Ib. and Six +I' t,
us by Dr. Strobcl. The en His BHEAD will in future be made. head. line Pica aud larger to'20 cents, thereby 1t .
experiments: which have been made, seemto larger, and he earnestly requests those who Inspectors., making these perfect metal types cheaper j j I \,I j
the '5 \
justify conclusions of the letter writer WM.
are indebted to him to make payment. than any other. l' 1, )
and we entertain no doubt that further.xperirnents JOHN CJ. Z11UAX.A BETHELL. This foundry has had added lately to its ,. .t ;4J :.

J ': on the subject of Salt making, 10. 1836. [(5-tf] WM. BETHELL. former iinparallelled assortment several sizes i t 1 f r 3
1 will perhaps induce enterprising individ-als i Given under my hand and seal this 26th of Shaded, Condensed and Ornamented ,) I'I'd' J
, to take this matter in hand. May we not jJOJI'll A 'fll0 1tuN.lo day of December A. D. 1835. Types, by which Printers tbe letter-press t j' '

hope that by their efforts many desolate Will be .a candidate for the Clerkship of By tbe Judge: are enabled to rival the impressions from '.h.t; .' ,
1 portions of the Southern section of Florida -I Monroe! County Court at the election i in W. R. IIACKLEY.JOOA.1'UOURON.Clerk. copper-plat in beauty fancy and tasteful 1 I : "
February next. Dec. 2Cf 1836. [o'j-td] display. i i 1
M. C. C.
I not known only to the Indians who frequent -- { i { t
t .them in search of game or turtle,'l 03-ALUEN; A. 1. JAKtONJ': rI PROSPECTUS The I assortment embraces 250 sizes or Q 'H' i t

, may become not only sources of wealth, Respectfully offers himself to the voters of O1' A HEW VOLVtlK varieties, from 12 line pica to pearl of Ito. J ij "
pleasant and agreeable villages, inhabited the County Court. Jan. 9, 1836. [n4td] or THE Condensed, Shaded Backslope, German \/v'i!t' !' !

by industrious citizen Every I O:;: -' "HE undersigned is a candidate fur KKY!; WEST INQUIRER. Text, Ornamented,Music&0. and also Pi I J
thing calculated to advance the welfare and! the office of Clerk of tho County Court for -- ca Fractions, Superiors, Space Rules Astronomical j I i !t \

i prosperity of our common country, must Monroe County at the election to he held The second volume of iho ({J.Y and other Signs, Ornamented .t r.i "I B J I-t

. be gratifying to every public spirited citi on tie first Monday in February next, and WEST INUVIUER will commence on the Dashes, Long Braces, Brass Rules nearly !
I zen,-we embrace with pleasure therefore I as such respectfully solicits the suffrage of 19th of December, and with duo acknowl 300 Borders and more than 1000 Cuts or $ I J "
for \\1
the his friends and the Newspaper School-flock %
opportunity pf directing the attentionof public generally. ,
' I cdgcmenlsfor the which has alrea nd
support Scientific works.Tho \ ,
I Jan. 9
the [ ASA F.
this ] TIFT.
public to subject.-[Charleston! '
dy been to his endeavors
: given : the Editor subscribers
Mercury. I furnish CamPosirg-Sticks, 4
j I ( j-J011N J. SANDS.) would express a hope that an avowal of 'his Cases, Chases, Galleys, Furniture Paper,

WEEKLY ALMANAC.SifarCnr I Will be a candidate for tbe office of Sheriff t determination to continue his undertaking! Ink,all kinds of Printing Presses, and every ,' ,
------ --=:of Monroe County at the election in February may lead to a still more extended patron article required in a Printing-office,,at the
Sun Sun Moon I IDay. next. Jan. 9, 1836. [n4td] age. To hia fellow citizens of Key West, manufacturers'prices. They also'execute. i ..t' '
.week rises I sets I phases ho can only make known his resolution orders for Stereotyping. II
(03rWE)::: are authorised to announce AL tc S i i 'Ml
EXANDER PATTERSON candidate pursue that course in conducting tho INCIVIREB Printer of Newspapers who publish this '

Sat.Sun. 10 9 1 1 6 l 9 .' 3: for Sheriff of Monroe County as, at a the etc! G: : as will in bra opinion conduce most advertisement before (with, this note), three times nil -
a the
6 10 .fhird q r ition in r to the of the end of the year, 1835, shall re- i
Mon. 11 1 6 5 11 Feoruary next. [Jan. 9,1036. n4td] prosperity Island and the good calve 1 J
11 when
II payment make h'.l1
Toes j of claiming for himself in furtherance tbey a purchase it; .
1'2 7 5 G 12 New,18.' l\f.\lt8I1AL'S I IIty society from tbe Foundry of four.,times the amount .
Wed. J3 7 5 i) 13 t'int ; of that resolution, without pretending of their bill GEO. BRUCE & CO. f "I t'
Tluin 14 7 5 5 1-1 25. 'Ir! virtue of a writ of fi. fa. from the tlto:!, infallibility' the privilege of candidly New-York. Aug. 22, 1835. 42 v { i
Frid. 15 7 5 514Sat. j! Hon. Superior Court for tbo Southern Ju slating I Ins: nun sentiments, although 1 't {
7 5 15 dicial District of Florida to me directedand I they NOTICE. Hin,
heat with
16. 5. I delivered I will expose for sale on Saturday may variance; those of a portionof I All persons! baring demand against the '
gntclUocurc.POUT : : I the sixth day February, to tLc bigh.j (he community. The columns vf thepapcr esatsj of Antonio Pacheco deceased late I( \ \ f

cst and best bidder,all tbe right, title.claim will be, as heretofore, kept"as' free ,of the county or Ilillsborougb are hereby 1. : ,
OF KEY WEST.tRruvin. and'' interest of Lackland M. Stone to tbe I from controversy as possible :required to present tbe same to the. under. 1. l

I.followingdescribed propertYlittlated. on. the i To the friend!:: of the J.tacinca abroad signedAnd all those indebted to said es'f, /
; !!Island of Key Wen; to wit. im made tate are required to make payment on or "" "' '
promise that ,
Jan 0. Ccl,r. Orion, Sanderson Lots no mtans attaiiu. before the 16th of "
nos. 'J and 3 Janutr118Z0.
1; la 44 lev. -
square no. ,blo the!
by Editor Le lei : I'
: shall joyedto
'udiicula) Oil to W. H. t Shaw. [, led on as the property of said Stone, to tat untnij WM. BUNC ad'"r. \ J> V .*
Sloop Index Wjllse, New York via Naaau s-;wfy a judgment winch Mary It. Emerson, convey. to them ,through ,its pages all 1 QUINTINA PACHECO.adm'rx t
it* master. i wife of Lmerson and late Mary R. Fleem- commercial intelligence ,originating in this Nov. 1C, 1835. [5!-tJ t6)] n

10. Brig Sa FJower," ')'Icr, New York,1! ',,tog, and widow and legatee of Jc.Ln W. C. vicinity, (rmilcalarly the earliest Dod iniAlQuthentlf. C7L.( ; F.., BREAKER. '
trial l fi* New Orleans and' Havana Steam'' Fissuring by ber attorney in fact, WiUiaip information relating to the wrt'Cb Will be
;A. ULitebead. rl'r""pr"d against said? L. upon the FlQridaroeF'and the a candidate for the Sberiffally of

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be and be
endowed with
tongue '
I ;I I lUIcsI"U.tfEOITL a yetnot ; ter nor up to 90 in summer. It is entirely of the best type and to make sash addition 1
9 THE SILVER HAIR. able'to use it so as to win a woman withal.. exposed to the tea from every point of the: and improvements as the taste of the trade
e N. Y. Trans. and the wantof the
the Zodiac. compass. country require, they
I ). [From } T" The fare of his table and bar shall be as flatter themselves that this establishment
; .1 ,) Grief has not/ furrowed o'er my cheek, ADVICE TO UNMARRIED LADIES rood as the market will afford,and attended will merit a large share of patronage. 'J'J.eJ

c: .. Nor yet the lines of care Found amongst some MSS of a fate by experienced servants. Private rooms have now several, fonts on hand, which can
* J" Nor age, the fatal signet set- Dowager.if for lodgibg gentlemen,ladies, and families be furnished at ft few hours notice and are .
r arranged. The undersigned hope prepared to make fonts of all
Then why this silver hair? weights and
:. 1 .you have blue eyes-languish.If by diligent attention and industry to merit sizes from Pearl to 22 line Pica incladioc
O 'I black eyes='-!eer. the custom of-bis fnenda and the public a great variety of Ornamental. Letter.
. To me not all the valued lore, SPENCER. Their assortment of Cuts and (
If you have a pretty foot-wear short generally. S. A. :Dashes, hraa
y The sort of science blesses, petticoats.If Indian Key, Monroe County, Terri49 Rule, and other ornaments will be found to

/ Can. boast the thrilling eloquence: you are in the least doubtful as to that torr of Florida, November 7th 1835. ( tf. be very extantive, of which specimens will
, This single hair St. Augustine Herald. Charleston be forwarded to Printers at
possesses. 03-The):: soon as the
point-!let them be rather .
-. a .. Courier, Philadelphia Saturday CounirNew can be prepared.Printing .
._. .J Tis wisdom's early monitor, you have good teeth-don't forget to. York Advocate and Journal and Presses of every description,
f That youth's cay hours havo flown; laugh' now and then.If Boston Commercial 'Gazette will give the Printing Ink of the mostapproved qualities
One glance will tell the stream is pass'd you have bad ones-you must only, above five insertions and forward their Composing Sticks, Brass Gallejs Imposing "
simper.While. I accounts to this office for payment. Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards
Our Rubicon.
/ folly's I
) with face Standing Presses, Furniture with
'. you young-sit you NOTICE. together
:.* to the light.When Six weeks after date application will be a complete assortment of all articles used ;
t 'A]> clftfafton.--3olh&m Jenkins, in his
in a Printing Office will be
i." \ 'Sundays best, sat ono evening twirling hie i you are a little advanced-sit with made to the County Court of Monroe on hand. kept constantly)

t. tat at the house of Mr. Twistleton. It i your back to the window. County for letters of administration on the ,
Small fonts suitable for i
o i If have, bad voice always speak in of Darius dec. Book-binders,
you estate Clapp
nine o'clock in the and ,
f was about evening, low in great variety, may be had when called .
T1 Mr Twistletion and Mrs. Twistleton had I a tone. MAKY ANN CLAP for.

judiciously retired to their apartment, while If it is acknowlccged that you have a- Dec. 19, 1835. [l-6t] Older from all parts of the Union willbe

( /4O Tabitha Twistleton politely sat up, to hear fine voice, never speak in a high tone. Election Notice. .promptly and most carefully attended to, ,
J* I J Jt :what Jotham'JenkiB4had to and to rake If'you' dance well, dance but seldom.: and particularly in supplying SORTS for a1!: _'
} <' >/ Jf the fire after he had taken say his leave. If you dance ill, never dance at all. Notsce is hereby given,that an election 'fonts furnished ,by..their predecessors Bin v;
f up Jotbam had been If you sing well, make no previous ex for Clerk of Monroe County Court, Sheriff ny JtRonaldson, and Richard HonalcUon.
conning over a fine and Coroner will be held on Monday the lit Stereotyping in all its broaches,executed
? ? speech which he meant to utter when opk cuses. day of February 103C, at the following places by L. Johnson,asp ha,tetofore.
$ be given him the with. If you sing indifferently, hesitate not a .
"\ r1unitysbould by under the superintendence of the following JOHNSON & SMITH.No. .
V >*, Af drawal of the old folks. But when that moment when you are asked; for few per- Inspectors.In C, George St. Philadelphia, 1U3:!. ".
f t < ;opportunity cattre, the words would not sons are competent judges of singing, but Key West at the Eugine House. ('Publishers of Newspapers who insert:
'c ine. Tho fine speech stuck in his throat,I every one is sensible of a desire to please. Inspectors. this advertisement, and forward a paper
A and he twirled his hat S containing it to J. & S. will be entitled h
.V> more induttrously STATE ROBERT R. FLETCHER.
than ever. But Tabitha Twistleton had PAESXOT: or JEOCSALEM.-M. ALEXANDER PATTERSON.ASA $3, payable in settlement.of their accounts
f A in a recent visit to that sacred TIF1' when their bills amount to not less than$10. l
Poujoulat F.
of mind and after : .
t- more presence ; enjoying 'S
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0 9 his embarrassment for a while, sho opened ,city,describes its appearance as melancholyand At Indian Key at the store of J. Housman. ...

9 I *' her. mouth and asked him what made him dismal;a mass of dark stone house, Inspectors. GREAT NATIONAL WORK.AMBRIOANMAGAZIN.
*. I o dumb f each surmonnted with a dome, heaped together CIIARLES HOW E.

: *, t "Vponihat hint he spake," like tombs, divided into districts or JACOB HOUSMAN. ,
, + Any thing was better than nothing to quarters for MusselmensArabs,Arminians, LEMUEL OTIS.At Of useful and Entertaining Knoiclcttge,Ic

:, ,9' ? break the ice;and that being now effected Greeks, Latins, Jews,&c. &c. The Jews Kay Vacas at the store of Wm White- be illustrated by numerous Engramngt.V "

', .' by the considerate remark. of his charmer, still adore this revered spot. Twenty aged head. TIRE BOSTOW BEWlttK CO IP S\. l
t T he thus began: females of this religion arrived there during WIIITEIIEAD.JOSEPI Inspectors.WM. The success which has attended the pul- ,

'I say Tabitha 1' M. Poujoulat's sojourn, each over 82, BETHELL. lication of the best JVlagaaincs from tin, .'1
.: f y t I "WellJotham'" to prepare for themselves a tomb in the val WM. BETHELL. English Press, has !led to preparations fui >

: .' / l've cpnie here to night-..". ley of Jchosaphat.OSJOSEPH! Given under my hand and seal tbis 3Gth ,issuing a periodical more particularly ;:dais ,;
l ,* "I ice you have.11 I day of December A. D. 11)35.) .ted to the wants and taste of the American, r1
< To inform you that-that-somehow 01 A. TI10UUON.CO: By the Judge: I public. While it will he the ohjcct of chi ),
1' another" Will be a candidate for the Clerkship or W. R. IIACI LL Y. proprietors to make the work! strictly \\kits : !,'

"Very likely,Jothwii. Monroe County Court, at the election in --JOS. A. THOURON.Clerk, M.C. C. I title indicates, it will, nevertheless, toi
Dec. 26. 1835. o2 tJ
O "I don't know bow it is-" February next. [ ] PROSPECTUS tain all articles of interest to its putrcu:
"r\or. I.tt- OF A NEW VOLUMEOF which appear in t feignl\laguines. s
"It's and I Respectfully offers himself to the voters ol( Extensive have been -
r very queer any way, feel TII E preparations ti.tctl
'.",' \ ,* lEather sheepish-" the Monroe County County Court.as a candidate Jan. 9, 1836.for Clerk[n4td of] KEY WEST INQUIRER. into, Loth "with artists and Authors, ti ,

*< "nab" 'tarnish, from all parts of the Union, (!Iranrngs I ,

..,' .., "Darn it! Tabitha, I love you! and now the( office r THE of Clerk undersigned of the it Coooty a candidate Court for for The second folurnc of the ({ ;Y ; and illustrations of every subject o ""
"Mitt oht." WEST IrtauniER will interest, v bcb the publishers confident: ,
1'1, Monroe County, at the election to be held commence on the
: ? "And you feel ,very much relived, 1 dared oo the first Monday in February next, andas 19th of December, and with due acknowl- believe wit) enable them to issue a uorItOBorablc : !:
I J say" Mich respectfully solicits the suffrage of edgements fix the support which has already to its titleand accoptahle to li) < .

<; 4 ,. "I do, s\vowfeel shockingly relieved. his friends and the public generally.Jan. been given to his endeavors, the Editor American 1\.. rl

'* .* .*' 1 feel as ifs fifty-six was off of my stom- 9, 1830. [n4td] ASA ,F.... TIFT. would express a hope that an avowal of his I The American Magazine is published l:
acM"J' determination to continue his monthly-each number containing !>clwca'
OTJOIIN: J. SANDSj;Q unJeftakmgmay i
"Poor fellow! was love !" forty amid rial'octavo pages at'!'wt 1
.... your so heavy Will be candidate for the office of Sheriff lead to a still more extended patron fifty imf> *
, 4 "I guess you'd think so if you knew the of Monroe County at tlio election in February age. To his fellow citizens of Key West, Dollars per aiuKim: payable in advance. .J j
3 : / weight on't. It pressed me down like a next. Jan. 9, 1636. [n4td] ho can only make known his resolution to Ilcnmprises-fcPortrails. and Binnraplncn j

# night mare." pursue that course in conducting tho Sketches! of distinguished: Americans;
/ 'i. "Well, Jotham, I'm glad to hear of your AWE are PATTERSON authorised to announce as a candidatefor ALEXANDER uuiuuu, as will in his opinion conduce b.-I Views of Public Ijuildings, Montiiucnt.:

.. fortunate deliverance. But its growing Sheriff of Monroe County, at the election to the prosperity of the bland and the goodof 'and improvements ; Landscape scenery
f *' late, and mbther told me to cover up thei in February_ next_ [Jan. 91836. n4td] society, claiming fur himself in furtherance the boundless variety and autyof wlm1'I!t.

.i fire", MARSHAL'S SALE. of that resolution, without pretcndinu in this country, will form an unctabin:

I 'j 'ClOhdon't think of the fire now, just as BY virtue of a writ of tie fa. from the to infallibility; the privilege of candidly source of instruction and gratification; !'.':
i f Vvebroko the ice. I've a world of fine lion. Superior Court for the Southern Judicial stating his own sentiments, although they I gravings and descriptions of the character

I' things to say to you." District of Florida, to me directedand may he variance with those of a |portion habits:: &.c. of Bird,. Beasts, Fishes, am':
4". What are they r deliered,1 will expose for sale on Saturday of the community. The columns of the Insects' ,together with every subject cu/U"('

i. "I hav'nt told you half my love yet!" the sixth day February, to the high' paper| will be, as heretofore, kept as free ted with> the (ieograjilij1, history, Natnra t
t 'e f.. t "OJi, I thought )'ou'd got it all out." est and best bidder,all the right, titleclaim from controversy as possible. and artificial resources tlrt the country, illus a
"I love like 7im-I do indeed ant interest of Laekrand M. Stone to the trattd in familiar and manner.BOSTON '
D t you following described property situated on the ..0 the friends of the INQUIRER abroada : a popular
;' "r Tiibathat""That Island of Key West, to wit. promise is made, that no means attaina- BEWICK CC.No47ComtSirtet. .
r lovo must be fatal then." Lots nos. 2 and 3, in squire no. 44, lev- the by the Editor shall be left unemployedto }I .
S % "It will be fatal to me if you dont marry ied!on as the property of said Stone to satisfy convey to them through Its pages/all I (j j Editors of Newspaper:> throughou
me" which R. Emerson the United State who mill imblith lit
; : judgment Mary commercial intelligence originating in this:[ ,
"Fudge, Jotham don't be a fool. Go wire of Emerson and late Mary R Fleem- vicinity, particularly the earliest and most ).'foregoing Prospectus, and Bi>tko the coi.' '
J home lag, and widow and legatee of John W. C. '' tint
fellow. authentic.information relating to the wrecks!?'tents of the Magazine from time to
i 7/ .'. "Wont you have me then!" Fleeming, by her attorney in fact, William upon the 'loridarccr and the proceedings!'shall be entitled to the first volume.,

t ; x "I can tell you better,Jotham when you A.M. Wbitehead Stone, recovered] against said I..:of the Court of Admiralty connected;1 i I Any j>crson remitting the Agent,by mn:

.. come to be a man." Terms,Cash. Sale within the legal hours) therewith-intelligence,w hick to mcr.hmlsj!post paid, Tcii Dollars, shall receive s*
.' "Aint 1 a nun now,Miss Tabitha,I'd like ,Papers to be paid for by the purchaser must always be of interest. Tliu decisions copies 1 for one year-and continual as !lUlie'

: to know" said: Jotbam,rising with 'spirit, TIIOS. I EASTIN, U.S.M. of the Court are oftentimes of the )as the money is regularly forwarded.
end putting his hat upon his liead--
.' aint a man now-and a whole hog one too, Key West. Jan. 9, 1836. fn4-3t] ed to pass without the publication (If such,ate and well written articles, or drawing-.;:

I J I think'it darned strange." A Resort for Invalids. ilcc'huons at length. !illustrative of national subjects, possessingintorest. :
fr ,; "As to the lips part tlwrca no dispute I All communications to bo addressed j Subscriptions received at tLI:

:f about that" said Tabitha, covering up the (post paid) to J. ATKINSON, i i, (u-The work can be seen at the Odi '
last brand in the ashes. of the
Kt'Y West, December 1835. Key West Inquirer.
t ; 9 "'Vellaf thaL's the way you treat me, j jIf" ---
: ', 4- Tub, you may go to grass and get a husband SUBSCRIBER settled $ We should be happy to rccijirocate _- WEEKLY ALMANAC.- _
4- where you can, for what 1 care." THE Laving the favor with any of our exchange: -- ---loomDaysweek
"Thank Jotham. Now home on Indian Key has determined who! will ;insert the papers fuu Sun
: .,.* you, go to open a IIQUSE for boarding anJ above notice. I IH I rises I sets pliaseSt. '
N hike a good boy, and tell your mamma not lodging, and believing it t 8 bo one of the TYPE FOUNDRY. _
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.. to let you stray ont o'night'i you may get most favorable situation* in the United VINO Purchased of Mr. 1UCI1AIID 1 6 5 9 'wl. "\
1 .... / !lost. States for person who are suffering from RONALDSON Us long established and Suu. 'I 7 G 5 10 'fl' rd'i'
Jotham: prest his hat on his heat! harder I pulmonary li pepticand uumcrotu chronic very extensive Tvpe Foundry, the subscri1ber :Mon. 7 S 5 11 11
than and Tab Ite diseases, and obliged to seek a refute from have formed a for 1\e_..1bWed. .
ever telling ,as called, she chill blasts co.r rtncnbip the I..'rues. It 7 5 5 J2 .
the ota
northern '
might go to the devil for all him, lie left winter,be eels purpose of continuing said business, and for 13 1 5 a 13 t'int v
safe in saying that Indian .
be the
Key cannot ronvenence of their .
friends and Thun.14 7 5 23Frid.
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the house'g1ing one prooftt least
,contrary surpassed for beauty, health and climate ron, have removed their establishment to amt i 15 7 ,5 5 14SaLtt

: .. Amt sPa g.!.'i4tt4tZt1? u n4 Vllps. .Fnost.has. .* never bees.$howq .>teA : -; tfnttJl get cf'\k sit \1 ithglr' : lOs r. 7us ... lr .
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