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: February 27, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042438
oclc - 33270645
notis - AKN0302
lccn - sn 95026781
System ID: UF00049046:00062

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PUBLISHKD WEEKLY AT he regular terms are held at Key Wes t I;the North West 1'assageanddrawing four borders and more han 1000 kinds of cuts

FIVE DOLLARS PER: the first Mondays inlay and November.):'feet or upwards, except such as are herein and ornaments for school books, newspapers -
after mentioned, shall pay $2 00 and scientific works
(O:: Subscribers at a distance ; orders for any of .
'j COUNTY COURTS the NorthWest which, or
All Vessels bound through composing sticks
cases chase
in tLis
advance, or have an agent ,
County Courts, having a limited civ. Pass, and touching at hey West for &c will be expected with the utmost promp.titllde'a .

ADVERTISEMENTS inserted .at \djotioii original jurisdiction iu all I ,, the purpose of lauding passengers, letters, large stock being always on hand. 4t
One Dollar and Fifty Cents per ( relating to Lstatcs, Guardians, cur ubtatwagaupplics of ptovisiou, wood or They will also execute orders for printing

fifteen lines,) for the first ", &c. arc held by the Judges in the: !watershalldcpartwithout beiug subject to presses, ink, &c. which they will furnish at
Seventv-Five Cents for each countiessemi- I II the above ordinances, unless the master of the manufacture price

continuance. All Advertisements the said vessel Shall request a pilot to lake Printers newspapers will please pub
continued until otherwise ordered. APPELLATE COURT. I charge of such vessel and take.her out over lisle this advertisement(with this note)three
will be considered less than
a Court of Appeals consisting of tho the Liar.; lor which services lie shall receive times, sending a paper containing it to the
(U No subscription will be '\ of the several Jbuperior Couits is. the usual rates of pilotage All pilots de. Foundry, and 'receive payment when they
(unless at the option of the Editor,) 1 annually ,at 1 alUhubbee on the lirstin tamed on board ol any vessel, by the request purchase four times the amount of their bills
arrears are paid. J of her commander shall t' from the Factory.
) anuarJ' receive reach .
All letters to the -Editor on I :? ,
and da 's service three dollars
every )
must bo Post PaiJ.FLORIDA!.
OF TIll: CUSTOMS. per day, over and above his pilotage. Fishing I DRUCE'S New YORK TYPE FOUNDRY

of :St.: Augustine.-Collector, John bmaclis and \\ reeking Vessels shall not No. IS Chamber* tt. ntar Chatham.- \
DIHECTOlty.C Hodman. be subject to this ordinance.5ec.4.lieitfurtherurdained..
for the Key West Tbatany TilE price of five line Pica plaIn'nd an.

Any error will be corrected, and of Pensacola-Collector, Robert vasscl having passed tho buoy on the liar of tique is educed to 25 cents a lb. and Situ

made on the Editor's being notified Inspector, R. A. Mitchell bur- the North West Passage before having line Pica and larger to 50 cejjta, thereby

error or omission. veyor, Urn. Al. Loftiu. been boarded by a pilot, shall not be obliged making these perfect metal types cheaper
to take the same ; but iu case a pilot goes than any other.

EXECUTIVE.'Uovernor of St. Johns-Collector, James t onboard by the request of horcaptaiuthcn 'former Tills foundry has had added lately to its
JOHN II. EATON. >ell. Inspector, Horatio Dexter. he shall receive the usual pilotage. ?.: "' '' unparallelled assortment several sizes
GEORGE 1C. WAI.KEU.LEGISLATURE. bee. 5. Ue it further ordatutd'That all of Shaded, Condensed and Ornamented

of St.: l\larks-Collector, Jesse ii. vessels bound into the1 :1'ortof Key West, Types, by which Printers at'the letter-press '3

Inspector Burr 11. Duval. In sad t
f The Legislative Council is Augustus steele'auhaalayi:: : "'. or North Westerlyshall pay full copper-.plato in beauty; fancy and tasteful

f twenty-six members, divided "'..' pilotage at the same rates as though she Lad display.The
Counties follows. Leon of : *" been brought iu over the main ship channel assortment embraces 250 sizes
1 teen as Apalachjcola-Collector, G. J. or
;i Escambia, Two; Gadulcn, Two ; 1'loyddsectut' W. D. Price. All vessel arriving and not llavingbeen varieties, from 12l line pica,to pearl, of Roman ,
t Two; Jefferson Two; St. Johns spoken by a pilot before passing the above Italic, Dlack, Antique Italian. Title,
j Walton, Washington, Franklin, I of named limit, and being three miles'from the Condensed, Shaded, Dackslope, German
1 Hamilton, Columbia, .Alacliua+ Whitehcad.!Key West-Collector, William light house on Key V> eats shall ouly be sub Text, Ornamented, Music, An.: and also Pica

sail, :Mosquito, Ilillsbor ugh, and \ Adam Gordon.Inspector and Deputy just to pay halt pilotage ; but if outspoken Fractions, Superiors, Space Rules, As
.J One each.Delegate. R. Inspector ate until alter passing the aforesaid I limits, in tronomical and other Signs, Ornamented
, t! Mallory. "l'cll1l'W tngLer and that case she shall be exempted from payingany Dashes, Long Braces, Drass Rules, nearly
ilium II.V
to Congrc&s, JOSEPH :M. Appraisers, pilotage. 300 Borders, and more than ,Cuts or
I : M. Wells
George E. heaver I
sec. 6. De it further! ordained, That ail Ornaments Newspapers, School-Docks
i ELECTIONS. Charles Howe, Indian hey vessels arriving through the West Pass, and and Scientific works. ,
Cape Florida.: the East end ol the Dry Rocks, to the The subscribers
The elections for members of (' ; Harbor furnish Composing-Sticks
-Inspector II. I3. ,
t Council: take place annually on the \'r cbtward of baud Key, bearing bouthwest, Cases, Chases, Galleys, Furniture, Paper,

;Monday in October ; and Delegate shall pay full pilotage, but if nut spoken un Ink all kinds- of- Printing_ _n_--f *Pr.-WMWVO......, ._.n..**......?....:_._
gross Di uutally on the first" DAN KS. til passing the aforesaid limits, and being:!; article required in a Printing-office, at the J
:May. of West Plum Ida three miles from Key W est light, only ball t I manufacturers'prices. They also execute
I ,
tered 1829 pilotage shall be recovered, but if spokei. orders for Stereotyping.
JUDICIARY. -Capital?$500,000. after passing the aforesaid limits, shall b
J Superior Courts, having President, -- Cashier. exempted b'ec. 7, from Do it pay ing pilotage. advertisement (with this note) three times
I further, UNaIDed 'That all I I
Hliction.i before tIle .nd-
' r > of Pensacola, Chartered 1831-Cap pilots who shall! bring a vessel into this port,, ceivo or they_ 1035, shall} re
i ; ital $,500,000, shall be entitled to carry her out,unless the payment when make purchase :, i
Counties of Nassau, St.:: Johns, the (
Foundry four '
Walter the, I
: Cashier
Gregory. can show good and sufficient amount
j lumbia, Alachua, IlilUborough and of their bill. GEO. P
Callui. BRUCE &, '
caubt ,to contrary. Any vessel CO.
I I Mosquito. at this without shall arriving Ncw-Yorlc, Aug. 22, 1835. 42
port a pilot, have liberty
J Judge, IloDERT RATMors'nlleiD.
THOMAS DOUGLASS. Marshal TJN.'I of St. Augustine. Chartered 1831, to depart without a pilot, unless the captain r
J BLAIR.ij Capital 300,000. shall wish one. R F.. WHITE WILLIAM 1JAGAK-
-l : (l'\otctiuuperation.) I Sec. K. If any pilot shall speak a vessel ESPECTFULLY Inform the Printers k

The regular terms are held as -- i bound to this port, outside the limits, and of the United States, to whom thy have
' For St. Johns and Mosquito and Planters Dank of Florida, the captain ol said vessel shall refuse to long been individually known as established

i St. Augustine on the second Tallahassee, CnatlcredCapital WM.: take a pilot, he shall! be liable to pay full Letter Founders, that they'have now form it
J March and October. For Nassau : $' UOOUO. pilotage, and the pilot so speaking him shall ed a co-partner&hJp in said business, and k

('i-I' on the second Mondays in April President, Cashier, be entitled to carry said vessel out, unless I hope from their united skill and experience, l

;)J 1 vcmber. For Alachua,Columbia the captain refuses to take a pilot out, in to be able to give full satisfaction to all'who

L; borough Counties, at Newnansvillc: Dank Of Florida, Tallahassee, which cane the pilot shall be entitled to half may favor them with orders. .
1U32 Capital: $1,000,000. pilotage out. The introduction
j Wednesdays after the third machinery in ,place
.' April and November. And for Duval lien Chaircs. Cashier, LeslieA. bee. 9. All pilotage shall be recoverable of the tedious and unhealthy practice of

I; ty at Jacksonville the first Thompson.! forthwith before any justice' of the peace casting type by hand, longs desideratum by

. May aud December. Chancery I upon affidavit of any pilot, that lie spoke the European and American Founders;was,
!j held at ::it. Augustine on the .: Dank of Florida,Apalachicola, bind vessel or boarded her outside the by American ingenuity, and heavy} espen- ,
t; days in July and September : JUJ'l-alJ1ln1; $500,000. prescribed limits, and that the captain of diture of time and money, oo the) part 'or dui
!4 ___ (Not yet inuper.all: .) said vessel refuses to pay pilotage or half senior partner first successfully accomplish-

::1 MIDDLE DISTUICT! -Comprising the pilotage, in or out as the case may be. ed. Extensive use of the machine cast let
U ties of Leon, Gadsdcu, Hamilton, Dank of Florida,Tallahassee, Char Sec.: 10. All pilots shall have a good and I I ter, has fully tested and established its su
and Madison. lend 1UKJ-CapiUJ 3000000., bufficieut pilot boat to cruise outside 01 the periority in every particular, over that cast '

i Judge THOMIS: RA:vnALL. John G. Gamolc, Cashier, John Keef, aud the name of such pilut boat shall by the old process. "

J' JAMES D. WESTCOTT. Marshal, : Parkhill. be painted in legible letters in her mainsail The Letter Foundry business will hereafter
j ESTIM UANDOLPH. with the number of her braucn underneath be carried on by the pates before
Dank of Florida, Mariana, Chartered the same. named under the firm WhiteHagarAico.
i 1 1834-Capital: Their
$7 1UUO.
i The regular,: terms are held as ( Not specimen exhibits a complete series
For Hamilton County, at on ( in operation.) rLLUCES: NEW YORK TYPE FOUNDRY. from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. The Hook .
; .
Mondays in June and December. of Jacksonville-- .U .- Ihe subscribers respectfully) '' and News type being in the most modern t
. Madison County, at San Pedro, Chartered 1835. inform the printers, that they have recently 'light and style.

J Thursdays after the first Mondays (Not Capital in:$75,000. completed a variety new fonts of letter ; White, Hagar & Co. are agents' for.the -
i and December. And for the yet operation.) iu the stile of the latest sale of the Smith and Rust t
. .. mnn.. .... ......ll. ..ftl. ....!_.-_I f. European. .spcci' e..>.. wliioti____. th....... .....- '._*-.- *_Printing" Frets,_. ,
tUe n
j District, at Tallahassee on V."' VVIVU.cu ior ornamental prin 1 J Mondays in Api il and October. the information of transient vessels I.ting or sastcful display, and making an aslortment Cases ers at the manufacturer's prices Chases'. ,

Key West, we give the following of Printing Types unrivalled in Composition Sticks Ink andtevery, '
WESTERN: DISTRICT- :S OF beauty,exteut and variety. A book of specimcns article used in the Printing Business, kept
Counties I i for sale and ;
of Escambia, Walton, may be obtained at the Foundry, furnished all the shortest no*
Franklin and Jackson. I by the County Court. No. 13,Chambers street, near Chatham st. tice. Old type taken in exchange for new I

Judge, JOHN A. CA:\iERUY. I ordered by the County Court; that all : It contains specimens from Twelve Line at 9 cents per pound. ,
GeoRfic WALKER. Marshal, J. W. shall be subject to the following Pica to l'earl-colOlriainr N. B. Newspaper Proprietors who give>

., --- of Pilotage. 45 forms of Roman Caps with I. case.' the above three in.ertion.ill be entitled
The regular: terms are held as I. All vessels of War ) 35: do Italic do do I to Five Dollars io such articles tlloy nay
For Efccarnbia County,at l'cnacola, and not moro i I'EU rOOT 5 du title Roman do do select from our specimen.LIST .

!' first Mondays May and November. 14 feet, $j 00 5 do title I Italic do do ___ .
Walton County on the Grit 14 and not more 5 do sh'd Roman do do
March and third Monday in r; 18 feet, 2 '25 17 do Antique do do OF

For Washington County oo the 18 and nut over) 1? do Black do do Remaining: in tho Port oflice at Key West

Monday iu March and fourth feet, : 50 5 do Open Dlack do do January, 1st 1836, if not taken out within f
November. For Jacktcn County, at : 21 feet, 3 00 2 do Script do do three months will he sent to the General
ana, OD the third : March: do
2. All GernVq Textdo
Merchant .
first Ve, do Post: Office as dead letter!.
Monday in December. And for 25 do Two
din County on the first Monday in I I drawing twelve feet 5 and not ) PIR: FOOT, 11 do Twollnee I'ne rom'n Italic cape with Gge' Jno. IV. Simonlfin { Jno. W. D. F.

Thursday after the third :Monday io shall* ( 10 do Sl.'d Caps of various capitala. Tlagin, 2j JIIC!. Uoughijr; Peter Thomas;
$150 kinds.
Beamiss '
Jos.II. D.
: a do ; A.
12 and not over Open do do Manning ; LenvuelOtis .
7 do Italic ; 1\Ir. R. T. Niles
SOUTHERN :2 00 capitals and ligurel. ; Geo. Trotter; ,
DISTRICT 16 and not above Besides ornamental letter, l.t.O. A. O'Brien, 2; Jas 'S Simonds
County of Monroe and part>> of & feet, music,iOlteryLgUJtpiece Wm. Low; Wro. Blair Tbo ;
2 25 I fractions, it' ; *. Kabe on
JuJge, J A MCI WEBN.: ll 18 feet potion. utr John Platt |
Attorney shall pay t .SO n9uacal.nd otLeraiD', space ; Tlioa. Coy shall; Capt,'John
rules brass
Marshal, THOMAS EA rules, ornamental Whalton
3, dashes. Wm
VesseU arriving departing! thro bracea, more than tw .hundred kinds of ; A., Tookcr. ?* .
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-. I be organised. We must look to Congressto vtz: that the Delegate of the Territory is the Seminolo Indians, for the purpose of

active in forwarding these measures of relief using the waters as a remedy for febrile|
T INQUIRER.: check the head-long course we are run; !diseases which have been prevalent
within the bounds of for his suffering fellow-citizens. Col. among
and keep us
ning, them the past season. Their method is
KEY WEST, FLORIDA : moderation. As this is a long session of Wh'te's interest in every thing relating to drink freely of the water, and bathe fre.to

*HruilDAY.FEBRUARY 87,1836. Congress, wo recommend, that immediate Florida, is too well known, however, to quently in the spring. In about three days

I measures be taken to prevent our fellcw- make his present exertions matter for special they complete a cure,and are able to return I
Q"Since our last, no farther advices citizens being oppressed with useless duties remark.A to their homes. Our informant states that
have been received from Tampa Bay relative al an Indian woman came to the spring
memorial from the Council appa-
and their Legislative
as jurors, save yet
rently very sick, and by the use of the|
to the movements of our Troops wa.
few years which would be required to erect ,asking for the erection of Light Houses ter, she became enabled to resume her
against the Indians. The settlements at has been icferred to the Committee on homewards the
county buildings ty-far*. v-> I journey on fourth day after
Cape Florida. ..remained undisturbed as late : Commerce in the Senate. wttuJ her arrival at the spring,a distance of sixty
es 21st inst.QP'We The following is the election returns for miles. The spring is not known to possess .

county SHIPWRECKS. Bark Grecian, any medicinal quality unless it be the
: are authorised to state, that after ( officers.FOR CLERK.At of Portland, Capt. Thomas, from Boston! extreme purity of the water and perhaps
the 3d of March next, no Banknotes I it is only in the mode of applying the .
i day Key West, the vote stood thus: for New Orleans, with a full assorted cargo, remedy
which has had such
will complete
I of less amount than ten dollar Thouron, '< 62 ran upon Carysford Reef on Sunday evening I them and which success
among gives, a virtue
be received at the Custom Ilou eand none Jackson, IS 14th inst. In consequence of her the spring that in reality it does not to

I of any amount except such as the Banksin Tin, 13 thumping heavily from the violence of the sess. pos.
in At Indian Key:
Charleston will receive Deposit. wind and and sea,after she had been ashore, -040-
Thouron, 12 Extract from the "Partisan. '
! MONROE COUN. Tift 30 some time, her masts were cut away, in
t DIVISION OF I "As Singleton gazed around the
'f further Jackson, 6 order to prevent her going to pieces, and it the whole upon
TY.: -During the last week some prospect, scene grew fresh under I
intelligence relative to this act of the Legislative was not until noon of the next day that his eye; and though many years had elap

; Council has been received. It Majority for Thouron, 21 the wreckers arrived to her assistance. They. sed since,- in the buoyancy. and thounht.essness --cn-.
FOR SHERIFF. succeeded in getting her afloat on Tuesday, of boyhood, he had rambled overt
appears,that Key West and Key Vacas are yet gradually old acquainces
At West
Key : grew again
after taking out sufficient to fill five
the two settlements that constitute the Sands: 55 cargo familiar to hisglance. The tree he knew
1 county of Monroe, and Indian Key and Patterson, 24 vessels, and arrived here with the Bark in again under which he had formerly played.

f:, the few settlers at the Cape, that of Dade, At Indian Key. tow on Sunday: the 21st inst. The vessel The lawn spread freely onward, as of old,

for such appears to be the name of the Sands, 31 (. is much injured, and the cargo partly damaged over which, in sweet company, he had once
Patterson, 16 ., as there were three feet of water in gambolled-the little clump of shrubs,
There be to
new county. can no objection here and there, still grew, as he had once
the name, as it was doubtless intended to for Sands -4fi her hold before she was relieved. The known them; and his heart grew softened'

perpetuate the memory of the gallant officer Majority .-, wrecking vessels that afforded their- assistance amid its many caresasltis memory broughtto

,B&recently esteemed resident amongus CQ-b almost all lists of Foreign Ministers are the Schooner Hyder Aly and him those treasures of the past, which

,who fell at the head of his Spartan bandin and Consuls resident in the United Sloop Standard of Huntington, Sloop Actor .i were in all his his fortunes.own when What nothing is ofstnfewas Memory
a god
Florida.On States there is inserted the of Brookhaven, Sloop Thistle of Indian
generally name to keep in life--to endow with an un-
inquiring, we have come to the con of Jolm Notlit, as Spanish Consul at Key Key, Schooner Amelia of Key Vacas, slumbering vitality beyond that of our own

elusion, that very few citizens are aware West. No such gentleman or officer is-to and Scooner Splendid of Key West. natureits unconscious company-the

': that an application would be made 10 divide be found here. Report says, that some The case of the Grecian came up before things that seem only born for its enjoy
ment-that have no tongues to make them-
the county, or there would have been years ago a man whose name was Talon, His Honor Judge Webb on Thursday 25th selves felt-and no claim upon it, only as

strong opposition to it. The division has had some reason to be dissatisfied with the inst. Salvage, not. yet made known. tney have ministered, ignorant of their

"-/ been made at least ten years too soon. We ,notoriety he had obtained under it and The Brig Belle, Capt. Simpson, from own \'aluelo the tastes and necessities ofa

have heard an estimate made,that when all took the liberty therefore of changing the I New York for St. Marks, with a cargo ol superior! How more than dear-how

the families who have left the Cape on account position of the letters it contained, so as tc, Hay, Corn, Flour, &c. ran on the reel valuable are our recollections! How likeso
many volumes: ,in which 'rime has writ-
I of Indian hostilities, shall have returned form the euphonious! title of Notlit,and i abreast of Sugar Loot Key on Tuesday ten on his passage the history of the-affec-

: lo their homes, Dade county wills by.,this assumed name obtained the officein i morning 23d inst.and bilged. The cargo tions and the hopes. Their names may be

s contain just ttnfandUtt exclusive of Indiana. question. The eyes of the Key Westpeople with the exception of the Hay, and the trampled upon in our passion, blotted with

K There 'cannot be formed in the new ioweverjiave"not UP upon him yet,, sails and rigging of the vessel have been our tears, thrown aside in our thoughtless

: county a grand and petit jury at the same and probably they never will. jir. saved and brought to this port by the sloop ness be obliterated.but nothing They of their are sacred with traces for may
us goodor
!. time-indeed we doubt if a jury strictly Charlotte of Key Vacas. for evil forever! ,
They last us when
legal, can be procured in it at all.: FROM NEW YORK.-Papers were This case came before the Court yesterday the father and mother of our boyhood are

Before eur county was divided,we often. brought by the Brig Belle,of as late a dateas and fifty per cent on the amount 01 gone. They bring them back as in infan-
the 12th February. So far as we can cy. We are at their knee-we
had great difficulty in forming a jury; for sales awarded as salvage. again prattle
learn the the most at their feet-we see them smile
following are importantitems t upon,
want of ft sufficient number to meet peremptory The Wrecking Schooner Olive Branch and know
contain. we that they love us. Hew dearis
challenge, no capital trial could they of Key West, was lost at Cape Florida on such an assurance! How sweetly, when
The United States and Franco have
be bad, and often some important civilcaa accepted 17th inst. when attempting to beat into the the world has gone wrong with us, when
h BBS stood over on the calendar for want of the proffered mediation of Greal t harbor at night. the lover is a heedless indifferent, when the
Britain, and the President has in consequence friend has been tried and found wanting,.
juronr. : On_ Thursday evening_ 25th just the do they cluster before if they
requested Congress not to act upon I eyes as
But what advantage b to be expected
wrecking schooner Fair American Capt. knew
our desire, and strove to minister to
j by the people at large from this divisiou? his previous Message far as relates to Fitch,arrived at this port accompanied bj our necessities. True, they call forth our

1 First, a county record will be kept at Indian the adoption of partial nonintercoursc.He .- the French Brig Courier de Vera Cruz, tears, but they take the weight from our

Key tot the recording of wills and still, however, urges the necessity of Captain Numa Dolhabarats which vessel hearts. They arc never false to a-bctter,
putting the whole sea board in a proper ; far better,were we more frequently true to
deeds few of which of
I -very occur out bad been upon the Reef off Knight's Key them!"
West the title of the land stato of defence; a measure, which we are
; Key ,as to most the day previous, and been relieved after f
beyond this point is yet in the United confident will meet the approbation of the being on the rocks between five and six Marriage. Tho happiness of the married I

t States. This is the main if not sole ad warmest advocates of peace. hours. The Courier was bound to Lordcaux state depends much on conformity of

,: vantage. As the Superior Court is expected The question of abolition of Slavery in from Vera Cruz with taste. Miserable must that person be who I
the District of Columbia has been at cargo possessing intellect of a high order, and I
to be held at Indian Key twice each
Jalap, Logwood and $13,000 cultivated taste, is doomed to his or
!I yew the people of both counties will be rest in the Reuse of Representatives, by in specie. She is thought to be very little her life in the closest union with pass ignorance, j I

called out four times per year as jurors, instead the passage of a resolution, by a large ma- injured and will probably proceed on her vulgarity, or stupidity. Miserable must '

of twice as formerly. The jury service jority, referring the subject with all papers I voyage in a few days. Her case we under. that person be who, of a sober, sedate reflective
before, was always considered a heavy relating to it, to a select Committee; with tarn of mini w doemed to live,
stand comes before the Court
to day. and if who the
possible a being
\ burthen the directions to report that Congress has no:
owing to peculiar situation of essence o' foUy, frivolity,and ride gaiety.
the county, but hereafter it will be doubled.A authority to legislate on the subject of DISASTER-The Schr. Theophilus I Miserable: must that person be who, having

court house and jail must be provided, Slavery in any of the States of tht Union, of Brewer, Maine, Atwood, master, from cultivated the principles of morality, is

and the people of the new county must and"that it should not for various reasons, Matanzas bound to Mobile, ran ashore on .condemned to press on his or her bosom,

meet the expea u beat they may. We (that are stated) interfere with u in the Alligator Reef on the night of 18th Feb- one who is regardless of moral principles;
and mocks Yet how often in
at religion.
are confident the Pmaple even of the new District of Columbia. The Committee ruary and was relieved the next day, assistance our progress through life, do we meet with

county, will be unwilling turn out as ju- are to embody in their report such argu- having been obtained from Indian such couples, k paired not matched who

r ron four times a year,when no corresponding ments against the measure as they may Key. The cargo consisted of 20J hhds. yoked together, instead of administering

: public advantage can be gained think calculated to present it in a proper of Molasses and 30,000 oranges 28 hhds. to the happiness of each other,by pursuingthe

; We are fearful, that we may be considered light and allay the present excitement ou of the Molasses were stove and some o same pleasures, and cultivating the of

I I captious with regard to the legislation the subject. the oranges thrown overboard before she same feeling tastes, and,agree possessing only on no one congeniality subjecttbat

: of Florida,but we hare the authority of a. Active measures have been taken,by the floated.: She proceeded on her voyage on of increasing each other's wretchedness.

report of a committee in Congress a few passage of the necessary appropriation bills the 20th. Hannah Moore in her Coelebs in search

yean since, that there bas been more &c. to hasten a termination to our Indian of a wife,' describes in her usual felicitous
vicious legislation in Florida than all other War. The distribution of rations from the The spring of eternal youth. The manner, in the following passage, the evil!

Territories together.* There has always United States Stores, to the women, children Silver Spring on the west side of Lake which result from a union where there i
George, which is described by those who no congeniality feeling.
and others
with driven from homes
a.rage our legislature to a thejr
have seen it,as a very beautiful fountain of "How dull we find it when civility com-
multitude ol counties and when Jackson who may be in want has aLso been author.
water and well deserving the appellation by pels us to pass even a day with an i illiterate
wu divided, Washington formed,four I ised. We are pleased to learn that what which it is known, has been resorted to during man!-Shall we not then delight in kindred .

'or five years elapsed before the latter could IAoIld bs the case proves to ba so in reality,, the past summer by a large number ci acquirement of a dearer friend-






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Shall we not rejoice in a companion whn< Practical Printers It is singular how that one would imagine they had never Whose clothing is humility. J I IJ

has drawn, less copiously perhaps, from the many practical printers are at tho head of looked forward to it as a probable result 'The Saint that wear's heaven's brightestcrown

game rich sources with ourselves, who can the newspaper and periodical press at the of their union, nor even observed that their I

relinquish the beauty we quote and trace present time, both in Great Britain and friends also had children-Every young In deepest adoration bends;

: the allusion at which we hint? 1 do not II this country: and how many gentlemen of father and mother look upon>> their "first The weight of glory bows him down 1

; mean that learning is absolutely necessary, the same profession have !been ctnspicu baby" as Adam and Eve must have look- Then most, when most his soul ascends

J. but a man of taste who has an ignorant I ous in the halls of legislation,and tho walks ed at Cain (that first specimen of man- -Nearest the throne itself must be

wife, cannot in her company think his own: science and elegant itera I itrc. Notwithstanding child born into the world) with delight The footstool of humility.

thoughts nor speak his own language-: the sneers of vvould-be-gentlemen wonder, and something triumph in their ....

his thoughts he will suppress, language and their affected depreciation of the very .own creative in enuity. And it is a hap- Try to love labor;if you do not want it

lie will debase-the one from hopelessness,I individuals by whom they subsist, we do py instinct which enables us to value for food you may for physic.Sturtnc .

the other from compassion. lie must be not know a prouder or more gratifying ti. these little prizes so highly; and a curious j
continually lowering and dilating his mean- tie than that of a member of the "art pre thing to reflect, as we stumble through the .> EntciUncucc ;

iug, in order to make himself intelligible.This scrvative of all arts," by which currency I parks knee deep in children, that there is PORT OF KEY WS8T..FEBRCABV, 27.ABRIVED. .
he will do for the woman he loves, and stability are given to the fleeting and not one little unit in those diminutive J

but in doing it he will not be happy. otherwise transitory speculations of the I millions that has not (God bless it!) a cir .
She who cannot be entertained by his I philosopher und the muralist: by which the cle of admiring relatives, to whom it is the I Feb. 20th Schr Bahama Reef to F. A.

conversation will not be convinced by his :bright conceptions l.flhe poet are irabodict !prettiest,the dearest,the clevcrest-in fact .Browne.

reasoning,-and at length he will find out, in a durable form, and are conveyed !the only child that ever was worth thought 21 Bark Grecian of Portland, Thomas
that it is less trouble to lower his own wherever a wave dances, a wind blows, or i Woman's Reward. from Boston bound to New Orleans-assorted .

standard to hers, than to exhaust himself i a language is spoken; which is the source ... cargo,to F. A. Browne. (The Grecian

the vain attempt to raise hers to his own." of every refined and elegant pleasure; to I Damascus Beauties. The women of came in in charge of wreckers having
which all the modem cultivations and improvements been on the reef and suffered loss of masts
Damascus are small, but extremely beautiful .
A compliant Saint, "At the coin in science owe their origin; to with hair of glossy black, and eyes &c.) f
;; menccmcnt of the French Revolution, a I which the liberal arts arc indebted for their whose brightness streams upon and dazzles Sloop Actor, Smith, Cary f rd Reef

j\ religious procession to obtain fair weather expansion and influence, and every member the beholder, who, thus rendered defence- cargo from wrecked Bark Grecian to F. A

::1 was made in the neighborhood of Paris, by I of which is as much superior to the less, is exposed to an unerring shaft. Tho'sometimes Browne.
p,' the curate of a village; and while ho was :supercilious and sneering sciolist in literature black, their eyes arc more frequently Sloop Thistle, II Brown, Carysford

': moving solemnly under a canopy with the and manners, as the man of senseis :I of a deep blue; but not as in our Reef sundries from wrecked: Bark Grecian,

;j! shrine of St. Genevieve, the rain fell in to the drivelling idiot, or the polished inhabitant I northern regions, where the full dark eyes to F. A. Browne.

r such torrents that: save himself who can1 of New Y uric,'London and Paris, ,.and raven locks of the brunette indicate a Schr Splendid, Alderslade, Carysford
l: was the reigning maxim of the moment; to the half naked savage of the Feejee" Is morbid pulseand frigid temperament; these Reef, mdz from wrecked Bark Grecian, to 1

'; and the ofliciatini minister. left almost lands. There is scarcely a country newspaper fired; bv their_ venial_ sun.__n, plow__ __ and_n_ _sneak.-___ F. A.. Browne.. _ '
r'. alone under his canopy, observed to thus which is not edited and printed by the and breathe of passion; and g those inquiring Bcnr Hyder Aly, Gould, Carysford reef

who carried it: "my friends! she mus et I I same individual, and the majority ot the looks, which among European belles I mdz from Bark Grecian, to F. A. Browne.

think it is rain we are asking lor."-[Lady journals of the cities is similarly circum- seem to be a labored science, in them are Sloop Standard, Place, Carysford Reef
; Morgan's France.Benevolence. stanced; which is a high culogium on tho I the coruscations of nature, gleaming, penetrating mdz from Bark Grecian, to F. A. Browne.

---0.0.- i industry, talent, perseverance and enter. and warming, like the fierce beams Schr. Amelia, BetheJI, Carysford Reef,
When thou considercs L prise ot these gentlemen, and at once prove that dart from a clouded sky, in bagging,&c. from Bark Grecian, to F. A

-: thy wants, when thou bcholdest the imperfections ,. the profession to be well entitled to the The clime of the cast and the land of Browne.
f acknowledge his goodness, O I I designation of a liberal art.-N. York Mir the sun;' 23d Sloop Eden,Fish, Havana, to P. 3,

ton humanity who honoured thee will,I ror. Fontano.
tt reason; Qnducd thee with speech; anc and then they have,withal, such laughing Sloop Charlotte,Curry, Reef mdz from

t placed thee in society, to receive and confer Autumn. Passing rapidly along the 'faces,that their life should seem to be per. wreck of Brig Bell, to P. C. Greene.

i. reciprocal helps and mutual obligations current of time, we arc almost imjKircepit. petual May. But it is their supreme! bliss 2t4h Sloop Moro Castle, Burrows, Ha-, '

; Thy food, thy clothing, thy convenience bly surrounded with tho fading beauties of never to have courted the'folly1 of wisdom; ana, to master. '.

of habitation; thy protection from the past summer, and discover at once tho with minds entirely uncultivated, they ap 26th Sloop Charlotte,Curry,Reef mdt-
the injuries, thy enjoyment of the comforts triumphant return of Autumn. The voice pear scarcely capable of understanding the from wreck brig Belle to P. C. Greene.

,! I and the pleasures of life: all these thou of nature is heard proclaiming to man, that plainest proposition; for the monk, when 26th Sloop Havana, Packer,Havana, to
uwest to the assistance of others, and she has again nearly accomplished the work .lamenting to roe their lost and unintcllectu master.

r couldst not enjoy but in the bands of of bouUeous providence, in the aoundan al condition,saiii, that even compliments f Scbr. Fair American,Fitch,Reef Specieand
is harvest which fill the and paid to their beauty, were unintelligible to Cochineal from wrecked
society. It thy duty, therefore, to be a valleys; crown them Brig Courier
'.1 friend to mankind; as it is thy Interest that tho 'hills, with those attendant blessings ; and there being the rudiments o f df Yen Cruz,to F.A..Browne. -
man sdould be friendly to thee. always made the return Autumn a seaaou knowledge in the "young ladies' book," Brig Courier de Vera Cruz, Dolhabarats.

!l Rejoice in the happiness,; and prosperityof of peculiar gratitude, as well as a serious it Ramble is to supposed in they know nothing.- Specie, Cochineal, &c. from Vera Crux

I thy neighbour. Open not thy ear to meditaion. There is striking- analogy Syria.It bound to Bordeaux, to F. A. Browne.
slander; the faults and failings of men give between: the changing events of human file is told of 8AIUCD.
a and weal.
pain to a benevolent heart. Desire to do I n no season of the year arc we more lorciblycmiudcd r thy citizen, who has the Feb. 20th Sloop Energy Packer, Hat*
good, and search out occasions for it; of these than in Autumn,when lion of reputes ana. .
in the we behold lying thick around us the faded I being a considerable consumer of Sloop Charlotte
removing oppression! of another, the the good things of the table and haa been Curry,Reef.
virtuous mind relieves itself. laurels of departed summer. Nature seems "widened at the 23d Sloop Thistle, Brown, Reef. i
of the
Shut not thine car against the cries of tu pause and mourn, while she views from ties that expense corpora 24th Sloop Moro Castle,Burrows,Har I
on coming out of after
a tavern
the poor; nor harden thy heart against the her lofty throne, the great and mighty. a turtle feast ana. i
calamities of the innocent. When the change in this her universal empire. "For mercy's, a sake boy begged sir 1 charity of him." 25th Sloop Standard, Place, Reef.: I
am so hungry .
fatherless call upon thee, when the widow's "Hungry? hungry!! Schr Firefly, Stuart St. Marks. '\
1 heart ii i: sunk, and she implores thy assist To all inconstant Lovers. We tof hey what! complain 26th Sloop Havana Packer Reef.
ance with tears of respectfully submit loyouoh men of weathercock being hungry t Why never heard the
sorrow their affliction Memoranda-Spoken
; like! of on Thursday 18tb
and extend thy hand to those who hearts, the following true doc being hungry! prod'glens inst. Key West Li bearing N.W about
have none to 'help them. When thou sees ument, upon which an unfortunate swam I Why I'd give a guinea to be hungry 20 miles distant, Ship Lagrange Balti
the naked wanderer of the street, shivering was condemned to pay for a brech of promise rr. Why a hungry man(with a good more bound to New Orleans. '

with cold, and destitute of habitation, let I in the Ohio court. Its pathos is beyond dinner the before him) is the happiest fellow Schr Vanda, from Mobile bound to Port
bounty open thy heart; let the wings of praise, and being warranted genuine,I in There, (giving the boy half lead.e .

charity shelter him from death, that thy it must bring tears into all eyes: a crown) there, I don't want you to ink On the 19th, Schr Mayflower from New
I my word for it run along fine fellow ,
own soul may live. I -- ,14 A. D. 1834. and ; my ,, Orleans bound to New York.
make the
Whilst the poor man groans on the Led! Miss I take this op Pertunity experiment yourself."-i/r.

of sickness; whilst the unfortunate languish I to in form you why I did not call to see you Kitchener. A Resort for Invalids.

iu the horrors of a dungeon; or the hoary I when I left town I fell hurt About Leavingoi I
head of age lifts up a feeble eye to thee for I \ for a while but I will return to you Never say what may lead you into a dispute

pity; how canst thou riot in superfluous again. If it should be ten thousaua mile J with any oneif a person be in error .
enjoyments, ragardless of their wants, un .got a blessing the day after I left you by and bo obstinate,that is no reason why you tt
feeling of their woes' l ilywould Brother and sister in law and that 1.. should dispute with him and make yourselfuncomfortable

_.0- quit them Hut not to meny unnecs- to put him right. TilE .SUBSCRIBER haYIng'.ettled .
on Indian .
Key bu deter '
Influence of U'oman.-1\fr. MarryaH; in sary blessing bout where 1 went wos not A wise man thinks all that he anda pined to open a HOUSE for boarding and
bis Agreeable to me and I them resolves says,
and so quit lodging and
Stories of the it
popular sen, says fool says all that he thinks. believing to be one of the
ulan is but a rough pebble without the not To work no more for them un til they mat favorable situationIn the United
attrition received from contact with the quit[ meddling with others biasness I will States for persons who are lU 'mnllroaa
An Irishman
other sex; it is wonderful how the ladies return to see you in too or three months speaking of the rapacity pulmODU'J, speptio and. numerous chronic s
pumice a man down into and if you do want do Write 10 me direct of the clergy m exacting their tithes, said,, diseases, aDd obliged>> to seek *.I'e'.*.. from
which occasions him to roll a smoothness, your letter to Zancvile Post office Musk 'By St. Patrick let a tanner be ever so the' chill blasts oft northern wluter/be feels
over and over poor, they won't ail to make him his safe In saving that Indian $ be '
with the rest of his species ngurn County Ohio if you forsake me I pay ojtrcannot
,jostling, but not full tenths surpassed for
whether he and climate.
wounding his Never will forsake the but will cleave unto can or not; nay, '
neighbor, as the waves of would instead Frost bu never been known here-the
hey of
circumstances you as long As we shall Live. Pardou a tenth take a twen-
bring him into thermometer seldom
collision tieth, if the law them. befenr 85 or 58 in win.
with them." my iusoficienty. permitted 'ter, nor up $000 la summer. J tit entirely

-.S Fair well my own dear trueloveI HUMILITY.By exposed to the( sea. from every point of the
am going away for a while I compass.
Breach of Marriage CorUract At the But 1 will rc-turn a gain James Montgomery. The far* of'lit table and bar shall be u
late ten of the Superior Court at New rood as the market will afford Lad attended
If it should be ten thousans mile The bird that soars on highest wing
Haven Miss Harriet by Print.
Potter recovered experienced servant rooms
a In
or Scotland or Spain Builds' on the ground her lowly nest for
verdict of three hundred and fifty dollars ; lodging gentlemen ladies, and families
against Mr. Hezekiab Gilbert for My mind will never be at eas And she that doth most sweetly sing, neatly! arranged. The undersigned hopes
of marriage In a breach Until i return and see you a gain Sings in the shade when all things rest: by diligent attention and industry to. merit
above salvo) for contract. to the Don you see that turtledove -In lark and nightingale we see the custom of hlt friends and the pubUc
of the New "Jve unrequited" the editor A morning on yander tree What honor bath humility. Yniaa ,. 8. A. SPENCER.
the fair England Review thus consoleth: It is a morning for i it. true lore Key, Monroe County, Terri49
lady: "Dry up your tears,Harriet So Jo I be '0" otFlorrda, November 7th 183.5. tfpTbl5t.
mourn to with the
three hundred! and fifty tollars does not I I' When Mary choose the "better put," Augustine herald a.
grow on every bush; besidesas Charity Mothfr'i She meekly' At atJtsus'oats too Courier, Philadelphia Saturday Courier
Prodigies. To
Vance said 'the most young couples And Ljdia1. gently New York Advocate aDd Journal
I bide and tallow of an Old1 the" opened bean ,
unto "
: o* will us a child b born, see ens as made for Boston Commercial Gazette will give the
buy a young ,teer..*" !-ometbmg;II so astonishing and remarkble JJ God'O"A temple meet; I above five iDl.rtlou"i.a4
and best adorned ache forward their
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_,__. .__ w, -".4 1_..... of the vile creatures who followed us !lit' aid, before age had whitened a hair of tics would think would be what is called m j

--: gcir.zAN; i:0U9 I feel that it would bo useless to contend lead. legal phraseology, an absolute convey. ;t t

of New with them. There was not a moment to For my part I confess I have never entirely nee of all right and title therein," the

From the/ Legends England lost.-the savage beasts were close upon overcome the terrors of the melan- phrase would run thus-" 1 give you all t

A Nl 'U'l' AMONG THE WOLVES. us. To attempt flight would have been a holy circua stance which 1 have endeav- singular my estate and interest, right, title

BY J. O, WHITTIER. hopeless oils". There was but one chance red to describe. 'I he thought of it has and claim, and advantage of and in .that

The gaunt Wolf, oi cscajie.and we instantly seized upon it. haunted me like my own shadow ; and orange, with all its rind, skin, juice, pulp,

x Scenting the place. of slaughter with his 'To the .tree; let us climb this tree!' 1 \ennow, the whole-scene comes at times and pips, and all right and advantages ,

long cried, springing forward toward a low freshly before me in my dreams, and 1 herein, with full power to bite, cut, suck,

And most offensive howl, did ask for blood. houghed and gnarled oak, which I saw at startup with something of the same feeing -, and otherwise the same, or give the

"The wolf !-she gaunt and most ferocious a glance. mIght be easily climbed into. oi 'terror which I experienced, when. same away, and fully and effectually as I

wulf !-How many tales of wild Harry Mason sprung lightly into the tore than half a century ago, I passed a i inight the said A Bam now entitled to bite, cut,

horror are ass?rciatcd with the name! Tale tree und aided in placing the terrified girlsin among the wolves." : suck, or otherwise eat the same orange, or

of the deserted battle-field-where the wolf a place ol comparative security among give the same away, with or without its

r, and the vulture feast together a horrible! the thick bongos. I was the last on the From the Georgia Journal rind ,juice, pulp, and pi| s, any thing heretofore -

and obscene banquet, realizing the fearful ground, and the whole troop were yellingat CHARADES.No. or hereinafter, or in any other deedor

. description of tho Siege of Corinth, when, my heels before I reached the rest of the 1. deeds instrument instruments, of what
:company. There was one moment of hard nature or kind soever to the contrary notvithstanding.
l On the edge of the gulf, breathing and wild exclamations A warrior stood in a tapestried room ." -
r There flapping wolf;" among us, By a lady of
sat a raven and then u feeling of calm thankfulness: :: tier rare, .
t. amidst the cold and stiffening comes ot the our escape. The night was cold-and we I Hu culls: 'her my fast-a deepening bloom GEMS.

; slain; or of the wild Scandinavian Ion'sis, soon began to shiver and shake, like so Her fairy traced lineaments wear. Extracts from a few of Miss Bowies' Sonnets

where the |peasant sinks down exhaustedamid sailors the of
on Iceland
many topmast an .. .
the drift of winter, and the wild wolf whaler But there Not thy sire's command, but thy fatal vowH11
were no murmurs-no THE DYING INFANT.
howl sounds fearful) in his deafening ear, complaining us for could distinctly tend my arm-my accents hashed,
among we
and Iran forms and evil eyes gather closer set the attenuated bodies oi I VI win thee, despite of each helmeted brow Thine up-turned eyes gazed o'er
and closer around him, as if impatient for lithe lt, wolves beneath and By theCusiellian'sievelry. flushed Like harebells wet with dew-
us, every now and
death of the doomed victim. Already veiled and hid
The early settlers of New England were we in the tree tee where great, glowing eyes, lich jewels she wore,she loosened them all 1 By the convulsed lid,
staring up we were :teateci
incommoded the Anti clasped them his beaver above Their pupils darkly blue
not' unfrequently by num. And then their yells-they were loud and ,
bers and ferocity of the wolves, which i long and devilish. md bum ot my second, in held and in hall 1

prowled around their rude settlements: 1 know not how long we had remainedin I She bade him trust Mill to her love.is Thy litlle mouth half open-

The hunter easily overpowered them, and this situation for had oi Thy soft' lip quivering,
we no means I
with one discharge of his musket scattered ascertaining .the tune when 1 heard a limb { sable plume waiv'd o'er the maiden's As if, like summer air I

them from about his dwelling They fled of the tree cracking, as if ureaKing down cheek, Ruffling the rose leaves, there I

even from the timid child, in the broad Leneatli the weight of some of us and a And the lingering kiss that he stole, Thy soul was fluttering !

glare of day-but in tho thick and solitary moment alter a shriek went ; Ltd louder than volumes oi scholarship'

night, far away from the dwelling of men, cafe like the piercing of a knife.through A my speak What a fine female delicacy is .there 13 I

they were terrible from their fiendish and went plunging down through the lightform naked To linn was that lady MV WHOLE. these expressions, and how true to the

ferocious appetite| for blood i, branches, and fell with a dull and heavy feelings:

I have heard ol a fearful story of the sound upon the stiff. snow. No. 2.THL To meet again in slumber,

wolf, from the lips of some of the : lU URN. His small mouth's rosy kiss-

settlers of Vermont. Perhaps it may gone The[ fold of his pennon abroad he bas flung Then, wakened with a start

best told in the language of the witnesses s was voice of Caroline' Allen The Aim eUlLJal+hoed tWill his:: native strand, By thine own throbbing heart,

r of tho scene poor horrid girl never spoke again 1'IICI c was a !t flutters the Jiusade'a: stern waruora!: His twining arms to miss! '
. "r dizziness and confusion in my brae,
vas night of January, in the year
+ and I among
spoke not-and 1 .
17.We. had been to a fine quilting whole not tor thc As hey strike for the Holy Laud The address to the Pale Flowers-pale'
was at tn t nine like I
frolic, about two miles from our settle-mem an ugly, unreal perishing flowers" is better still. We mutt
dream. 1
of four or five log houses. ''!'was rather and only remember that there war My second, that gift on his helmet display'ulo e'en extract the whole:

la'o-about twelve o'clock I should guess, cries shuddering around me; perhaps victory still its star Those few
1 joined with them--and that there were pale autumn flowers,
when the !party broke up. There was no smothered groans and dreadful howls uuderneatn By the Arao spear aim Jsuiacteu: : blade How beautiful they are!

moon-and a dull grey shadow or haze it was all bull all undimmed us!: glories: aic.My Than all that went before,
over in a moment.l'ool' .-
hung all around the horizon, while overhead
Than all the
Cart IlAcJ She summer store
a l few pale and sickly-looking stars, was literally eater' first looked down ,
alive. The wolves had on the warrioi'svvavAt : :' How lovelier far?
us .their dull light. as they shone thro'a a frightful least,
gave and they became mad the the summer: sun's uymg hum,
raving with taste
dingy curtain. 'I 1 here were SIX of us in of blood As wail tokens of many a well fought fray And why? they are the last!

company-Harry Mason and myself and \\ hen 1 He returns to his lauy'st: bovver. The last!-the last !-the last!
four at pretty girls as ever grew up this aid e'I came fully to myselfwhenthe Oh by that little word, ,
of the Green i Moun tams. There were horrible dream went oil'and it lasteu All
my cold the
is:: glances of that lady, I ween How many thoughts are stirred-
two sisters aud Harry'a sister and sweetheart but a moment-1 struggled to shake oil'tht At
nerleet: lhe bright favor full ; That sister of the past!
the daughter of our next door neigh arms my sisters, which were clinging My whole hediscoveied tlut lute-vuw had
bor. She down handsome I around ore, and could J have cleared
right girl[ my. been Pale flowers!
-pale flowers!
-that Caroline Allen I her self, i should have j mj>ed down .' perishing
never saw he amonj.i i leave thee thy token firewell." Ve're types of precious things-
equal, though! I am no stranger to pret I. raging annuals. But when a second Types of those bitter moments
faces. She and kind oi t thought came over me, I knew that ,
was so pleasant any LIFE AAD DEATH.: That flitlike' life's
heart-so gentle and sweet- ken, and so attempt to rescue would be useless. AS! ,
for O fear not thou diet! On rapid, rapid wings.
intelligent besides, that every l body loved poor Mason, he was wild with horroi to
He had tried to follow But rather fear to live for life
her. Sea kid au eye as blue us the h.ll Caroline when sin ; Last
violet, und her; lips wore like a red! rose leaf' fell, but he could not shako off the grasp; Has thousand snares thy feet to try, hours with parting dear ones,

t in Juno. No wonder then that Harry Mason of his:: terrified sister. His youth, anti By peril, pain and strife! I Last(That time the fastest spends)-
weak constitution and frame Briel is: the work of Death tears in silence shed-
loved her-boy though he was-for Wl'had were unable ;
But lute! the words half uttered-
to withstand the dreadful trial spirit shrieks to see
neither. of seventeenthsummer. and he
us seen our : ;
I stood c'ose by my side, with his hand How full, ere Heaven recalls:: the breath, Last looks of dying friends.

bialy clenched and his teeth The cup of wo may be.
Our path lay through a thick forest of set: closely, Who would but fain
' oak with hero and there a taU pine raising gazing down upon the dark, wrangling I ; comptess
creatures below with O fear not thou to die; A life into a day-
its dark, full shadow against the sky with (he fixed stare tit'u
maniac. It No more to sutler or to The last day spent with one
outline rendered indistinct by the darkness. was indeed a terrible scene sin;

', _- The snow was deep deeper a great deal l Around us was the thick cold night-an No snares without thy feet to try, Who e'er the morrow's sun
below the ravenous wild No trailer heart within Must leave us, and for aye!
thin if ever falls of late years-but the surface !: were lapping ;
their bloody and fur But Tear, oh! rather fear
was frozen strongly enough to bear jaws, howling Oh
our weight, and we hurried on over the another victim. The! gay, the liirhl.. the chanceful scene. r., precious. precious. moments! !

Willie with "The broke last The flattering smiles that greet thee here rate nowers ye're types ot those;
pathway rapid steps We morning at ; and ou The saddest !
luauf From sweetest! dearest!
not proceeded far before a low, long (rightful enemies il.,d at the first advance Heaven thy heart to wean. Because like those the
came to our ears. Wo a1! knew it in a of daylight, like so many cowardly uiur- To
an close.
moment; and I could feel a shudder thril dereru.Vo waited until the sun had rise Fear lest in evil hour,

ling the arms that were folded close to my before we ventured to crawl down from Thy pure and holy hope o'ercome Pale

ownts a sudden cry burst from the lips of our resting place. We were chilled thru By clouds that in the horizon lower, I flowers!-pale, perishing flowers!

all of us_' the wolves-the wolveP! -every limb was numb with cold and terror Thy spirit feels thai gloom, I leave woo the your gentle breath;

Did you ever nee a wild.wolf not one -and poor Mason was delirious, and Which over 'anti and heaven For summer rose

of your caged,broken down,show animals, raged uild'y about the dreadful (lungs he The covering throwsof fell despair, Tell younger, blither brows-
And deem itself the me of change and death.
; which are exhibited for sixpence a sight, had witnessed. Theroere bloody siains unforgivcn, _
children half ,all around the tree and .three Predestined child of .
price-but a fierce half starbed ; two or long care New method The
ranger of the wintry forest howling and locks of dark hair were trampled.IlIIto l the of punishing convicts.
O fear refractory convicts in the Kentucky Penitentiary -
purring over the barren snow actually :snow not thou to die!
To die and be that are brought to terms by the application
with hunger? There w of .' We had blessed one,
no one gone but a little distance whenwe Who of cold water with force
the projected
God's m bright and ,
creatures: which beauteous
fiendish haunch a frightful were met by our friends:: from the settlement May feel 1 his sky, from a spout, so as to fall directly anon the
t look, as this animal It has the who had done;
became alarmed
form at our Who feels that face. It seldom fails to reduce tGe most
as well as the spirit of a demon. never more
absence. shocked
They were at our The turbulent to order.
Another, and another howl-and then and frightful and brothers tear of grief or shame shall come,
appearance; my
For thousand
we could hear distinctly the quick patter f' have oftentimes told me that at first view wanderings from that Power
feet behind us. We all turned right about we .11 seemed like so many crazed and Who loved, and called him home. sel.Nothing is so freel-y given away as coun

and. 'looked in the direction of the sound. brain-sickened creatures They assistedus .

J* The deVils are afler us, said Mason, to reach our homes; but Harry Mason The verbose technicalities of legal phraseology A man is not made ridiculous so much

I And pointing to fact a hue of dark gliding bodies. never recovered fully from the dreadful l trial. are here well hit off in the follow i by the qualities which he really has, a3

of them so in they \5.'ere--a. whole troop He nei.lecu.-d his business, his studies, and mg: by those he affects to have
-howling hke
as many Indians in his friends, anon htnuelf -
muttering to
a pow' WOWe bad no weapons of any about that horrible night. He Tell to drink:: to If another a man would, according to law, give What will you be helped to," said the

kind; and we knew enough of the nature log soon after and died a miserable drunk ing, J gite man an that orange, instead" of say landlady at a country tavern, with nothing1

you orange, which one on the table but mush and milk.