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Title: Key West enquirer
Alternate title: Enquirer
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J. Atkinson
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 1836
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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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:No. "22.Wnoue; No. 74.: '
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I! KEY WEST; FLORIDA, JUNE 4, 1836.The .
raowuETon .
BY J. ATKINSON, EDITOR AND -- ,.
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J COUNTY COURTS. I IThe' 'we profess to be fully aware of the responsibilities
w pilotage, and the pilot speaking him shall limited civ1 devolving upon us. It is an engine
Key West, Inquirer.be entitled to carry said vessel out, unless County Courts, having jurisdiction a in all' of immense power, and when wisely con
the captain refuses to take a pilot out, in I jurisdiction and original ducted is calculated to advance the beat interests .

PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT which case the pilot shall be entitledto, half I matters relating to Estate, Guardian in the, humanity. This paper is intended ..
pilotage out. 'Ward, &c. are held by the Judge to subserve those interests. Cherishingan <
FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. in Sec. 9. All pilotage shall be recoverable I several counties semi-annually. ardent attachment to the free institution I J""

( -Subscriben at a distance must pay forthwith before any justice of the peace of, our native,soil) we shall ever endeavor

advance,or hate an agent in this city upon affidavit of any pilot, that he spoke APPELLATE COURT.The to support them)and impress on the mind
ADVERTISBMENTS inserted at the rate of said vessel or boarded her outside of the of the of'the' people a due sense of the inestimable',

One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, (of prescribed limits, and that the, captain of Court of the of' etral Appeal Superior c consisting Courts ,is privileges they have* inherited. To this
laid vessel refuses to pay pilotage or half :Judge the first end our columns will on all occasion be open
and
fifteen lines,) for the first insertion, held annually at Tallahassee on rational system
in tbe be. advocates of
pilotage, or out as case may ,to the any
....
Cents for each subsequent Monday in January. do
Seventv-Five of.general education;believing as we ,
continuance. All Advertisements will be that they only who understand their rights,
continued until otherwise ordered. None FLORIDA DIRECTORY. OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS. can best appreciate and'will most watchfully

Compiled for the Key West Inquirer. District of St. Augutine.-Collector,John guard them. The ;public:authorities,
will be considered less than a square. Any error will be corrected, and addition Rodman. in duo administration, of their lawftJI powers,' .
rNo subscription will be discontinued Editor's notified of such sustained-but should an occasion,
made on the being will,be ;
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(unless at the option of the Editor,) until all error or omission. District of .Pensacola.-Collector, RobertMitchell. I unfortunately ''p'relen1jnS", 1 wcurnotjCes< ,

arrears are paid. ,Inspector, R..A. Mitchell.?Surveyor :- ,we will not hesitate, to denounce vwhatww!
letters to the Editor on business, EXECUTIVE. Wo. M. Loftin. 1 may conceive to be'an abuse. *Tp>> promote,
All '
Governor, JOHN H. EATON. Secretary, morality-the general'prolperity of our
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must be Post Paid. GEOROE K. WALKER.LEGISLATURE. I District of St. John*-Collector, James :common country and especially the full de-

=, Dell. Inspector, Horatio J. Dexter. velopement 'of ,the rich resources 'of,tbin,
For the information of transient vessels Territory-to' encourage the observance of-'

passing Key West, we give the following The Legislative Council is composed of District of St. Marks-Collector, Jesse H. an orderly deportment in society-to foster

RATES OF PIl OTAGE twenty-six members, divided among nine*' rVilli*. Inspector Burr II. Duval., Inspector a spirit :of generous emulation among our

the County Court. teen Counties, as follows. Leon, Four;, Augustus, Steele, Tampa Bay. industrious citizens .in ,thiir respective!
as established by Cscambia, Two; Gadsden, Tao ;, Jackson, branches of business. These are amonf
Be it ordered by the County Court,that all Two; Jefferson, Twot St. Johns, Tud; District of Apalachicola- oUector. G..Jf ourobJects. '-
Vessels shall be subject to the followingrates Walton, Washington, Franklin, Madison, Floyd. Inspector, W. D. Price. In,Uie proceedings the'FedaralGov'erument

of Pilotage.Sec. Hamilton, Columbia,Alachua, Duval,Nassau Floridians,areas: intimately.co&rceraed :

I. All vessels of War ) PER rooT Mosquito, Hillsborough, apd Monroe, District of Ke 'West-Collector, William, as ny other citizens of the united'
drawings and not more ) One each.Delegate. A. Wbitehead. Inspector and States and entertain'as lively an interest in.
00 DeputyI
than 14 feet, $2 '' the ifR
i I Collector Adam Gordon. Inspector, the doctrines avows and measures I
Drawing 14 and not more 3 25 to Congress, JOSEPH M. WniTE. .phen R. ,Mallory. Temp. Weigher' and pursues.! Its,acts and principle*,therefor: '
than 18 feet, will become the subjects .'c:|
Gauger, William H. ,Wall. Appraiser!, not improperly
18'and not
Drawing over 2 50 ELECTIONS.The Charles M. Well, George E.. Weaver. calm but at the same time thorough consideration.

Over 21 21 feet feet, 3 00 elections for members of Legislative Inspectors, Charles, Howe, Indian Key. In' the politics"of the: Territory; '.-'

Council take place annually on the second John Dubose, Cape Florida. of course part muit be taken ; not that oil ..
Sec. 2. Merchant Vessels Monday in October ; and Delegate to Con Charlotte Harbor-Inspector, Alex a blind zealot or infuriated partizan,' but
drawing 5 and not ) rER FOOT gress Biennially on the first Monday in ander Patterson. that of a dispassionate, and impartial Inqui-' I
over twelve feet, shall Spay May.' rer. In, assuming this ground,.,which will ", jl

$1 50 BANKS. resolutely be maintained, we ple.dgOU
All above 12 and not over JUDICIARY. selves that communication, 'of whatsoever
2 00 Bank of West Florida, Apalachicola, chartered every
16 feet, Superior Courts, having Admiralty Ju 1829-Capital, $500,000., nature, and" from whatever source J

All over 16 and not above 2 25 rudiction. President,. ...;.-Cashier. will.be thankfully received and Respectfully I
18 feet, EASTERN DISTRICT- -comprising the attended tot; always -under the'proviso, "
All above 18 feet shall pay 2 50 Couoties of Nassau, St. Johns, Duval, Columbia Bank of Pensacola arter'1183'f-Can.i: which (ai* b blgunahl: 1deeJ) b 'g>*iwftlibllMttonwparty !
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Sec. 3. Vessels arriving or departing thro' Alachua, Hillsborough( and part of ital $2,500,000. '- :' : prejudice)we wilL'strictly

the North West Passage, and drawing four Mosquito. President, Walter, Gregory., Cashier, adhere to," that nothing scurrilous, bt low, .'
feet or upwards, except such as arc herein Judge, ROBERT RAI'MONDRErD. Attorney, James Cathn. or personally abusivesball ever be admitted
after mentioned, shall pay $2 00 THOMAS DOUGLASS. Marshal SAMUEL ,- into pur columns., '

All Vessels bound through the NorthWest BLAIR. Bank of St. Augustine. Chartered 1831,. The progressive advancement the Arts .' .

Pass, and touching at Key West for 1. Capltal'$300,000. I Sciences and General Literature, of .our '
i the purpose of landing passengers, letters, The regular terms are held as follows:- (Not yet in operation.)) own and other lands)will always receive '
For St. Johns and Mosquito Counties, at notice and selection from the
wood ,; our :
of provisions or
I, or water obtaining,shall depart supplies without being subject, to St. Augustine on the second Mondays in Merchants and Planters Bankof Florida. ? Fighter works'of the,day will,we hope, be. i

the above ordinances, unless the master of March and October. For Nassau County, Tallahassee, Chartered 1832. both instructing and amusing to ourrasdere.Measures ,
on the second Monday in April and No have been taken fora fair "
the said vessel shall request a pilot to take Capital $200,000.President already
vember. For Alachua,Columbia and Hills- .
Cashier interchange with some of the best
charge of such vessel and take her out over newspaper :
Counties, at Newnansville, on the
borough .,.and effort will
the Bar; for which services he shall receive *periodicals: every ..
the usual rates of pilotage. All pilots detained Wednesdays after the third Mondays in Central Bank of Florida, Tallahassee, be made to;'provide for our subscribers,.

on board ot any vessel by the request April and November. AndforDl.1valfoun- Chartered 1832-Capital $1,000,000. '1 pleasant and use Ail fireside companion! .
of her commander. shall receive for ty at Jacksonville: ,on the first Mondays ir President, Ben Chaires. Cashier. LeslieA. In return,we ask,the{ liberalsupport of the
each and every day's service, three ,dollars May;and December. Chancery terms are Thompson.Commercial public E. CHANDLER..- <
the second Mon. *
held St.
at Augustine on
per day,over and above his pilotage. Fishing C, R. SESSIONS
days in July and September r ,
Smacks and Wrecking Vessels shall not Bank of FloridaApalacbicolail Tallahassee,Mid. Flor. .

be subject to this ordinance.Sec. MIDDLE DISTRICT--Comprising the Coun. Chartered 1832 (OSrEditors friendly to,the. .advancement. ;

4. Be it further ordained, That any ties of Leon, Gadsden,Hamilton,Jeffersonand President Maclay; Cashier Clark. of literature,'will confer a favor by:giving
vossel having passed the buoy on the Bar of: Madison. '- the above'an insertion in their paper ,1 .,
the North Welt Passage, before Union Bank of Florida,Tallahassee, Char. 'M1913t C.<& 8, <') 1
been boarded by a pilot, shall not be oblige Judge, THOMAS RANDALL.' Attorney, tercd 1833-Capital $3,000,000. p> .* '
JAMES D. WESTCOTT. Marshal THOMAS .PL
to take the same ; but in case a pilot goes President,John G. Gamble, Cashier John Invalids?
ESTIN' RANDOLPH. A Resort for
Parkbill. ,
onboard by the request her captain,then

he shall receive the usual pilotage.. SUBSCRIBER le'Wect .
The regular terms are held, as follow*- Farmers.Bank of Florida Mariana. Char THE having ,
Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, That all :
For Hamilton at the first on Indian Key, has deter.
County on tered r6OCOl ,
$
vessels bound into the Port of Key Wet, 1834-Capital i
: : Mondays in June and December. For Not in mined to open a HOUSE for boarding and
and Chica ( )
Boca
spoken by a'pilot, bearing operation.
Madison County, at San Pedro, on the lodging and believing; to be'' one'erf: tLe
North North Westerly,shall full --
or pay' after the first Mondavi in June, most favorable situations In' the'UDIW
Thursdays # L
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pilotage at the same rates as though she bad 01 vnanereaCapital '
and December. And for tbe remainder State tor pencilswho are suffering from
been broughtln over the main ship channel. $75,000.
the District, at Tallahassee on the first Not in pulmonary,dispeptie and numerous chronic
All vessel arriving and not having been ( yet operation.)
spoken by a pilot before passing the above Monday in April and October. ........ disease, and obliged to seek a refuge from
the chill blasts'of a northern winter feels
q
named limit, and being three miles from the
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WESTERN DISTRICT the PROSPECTUSor safe in saying that Indian Key cannot-be
light house on Key West,shall only be subject -Comprising
Counties of Escambia Walton surpassed for beauty, health and'climate.
to pay half pilotage but if not spoken Washington
Frost has never been known
Franklin and Jackson. s : herethe
until
after the aforesaid limits in
passing
that case she shall be exempted from paying 'Judge, JOHN' At CAMERON.' Attorney, The Florida Intellig ncer. thermometer seldom below 55 or 0$|a winter
pilotage. GEOROB WAUER. Marshal, J. W. EXUM ,nor up to00 in summer.. ItU entirely
,any', Bee. 6. Be it further ordained, That all IT Las frequently been subject orinidi. exposed to the sea from every point. 'of the
ous observation, thatamidstso populous and
arriving through the West Pall and The terms held compass.
regular are as follows
the that
intelligent a community a* of Florida,
East end of the Dry Rocks, to the For Ecambia County,at Pensacola,on the so few native (if the term ,The fare of his table and bar shall be as
Westward of Sr.nd Key, bearing Southwest, first Monday*in May and November. For he used( have newspaper been decently uttained mar We good as the market will aford.and! attendedby

shall pay! full pilotage,but if not spoken until Walton County on the first Monday in I have all seen and deplored tbe evil; but the experienced servants' Private, room
passing the aforesaid limits, and being March and third Monday in November I people of the Territory for lodgingfgentlemea! ,ladies, and families
are certainly a
three miles from Key \\ elt light, only half) For Washington County on the aecODd''reading people; and it is thought that the neatly arranged.. Tbe undersigned hopes,
pilotage shall be recovered, but if spoken) Monday in March and;jburth Monday fault (if fault there be) can in almost by diligent attention and industry to merit
after passing the aforesaid limits, shall be November. For Jackscn County, at Man instance- traced,cither to the incapacityor every the custom-of, his friends and the public
exempted from paying pilotage. ana,on the third Monday March and the negligence of those intrusted with generally. S. SPENCER.,
Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, That all first Monday in December. And for Frank. the
pilots who shall bring a vessel into this port, lin County on the first Monday in April and management of the paper* which have here Indian Key, Monroe County, Terri)49 .
hall be entitled to carry her out,unless the Thursday after the third Monday in Decent tofore successively been projected. In the torr of Florida, November ltd 1836. f if. h1l'Tbe
commander can show good and sufficient her. City ofTallahaMee alone, as we are Inform. St. Augustine Herald. Charles

cause to the contrary. Any vessel arrit in| ed, a print has been unwaveringly and tonZourier, Philadelphia Saturday Courier

at this port without a pilot, shall hare liberty SOUTHERN' I steadily, for several year; but probably il New York Advocate and Joureal Rod .
depart without a pilot, unless tbe ( DISTRICT-Comprising the bas not met with the entire approval of all' Boston Commercial 'Gazette will
cap I rife UJ
of Monroe
County and part>> of Mosquito. parties, and under the that
tain shall with ooe. persuasion another 'I above five ilKertioqa and forwa&.their
Sec. 8. If any pilot shall speak a veuei Judge, JAMES,WEBB. Attorney WILLIAM to,and a different print 0\114\e acceptable accounts this office for payment. t .
some ana not
MARVIN. altogether displeasing
bound to this outside the limits and Marshal, TBOMA EAITIN.
port
to other*.we have been inducts to issue tbe JOB PRINTING EXECOTED' t
the captain of said vessel shall refuse to The regular terms are'held at'1ieyVest present Prospectus. I : AT_. ,

fake a pilot, be shall be liable to pay full on the first Monday in May and November In assuming the charge of a public Press, '?tits'OTfCE. "'"1 j

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While wo cannot but look with 'horror Mountains and'shall there hold their aggressors from the touching story of Gehazi and the I thought we t'8 ould come to it at'lay,;+
upon' tie'prechr'brutal' ''and murderous bayuntil the Jast.drop Indian Shumamite., "I forget the place where it i is I said Den;"young eyes are soon dazzled: by I
outbreaking of the children of the forest blood is fehcd. If the annuls) of the past benny to be found. And he said to the mother,' female beauty, and then away their hearts
upon" our southern frontier; and while we correct criterion ,whereby to forma: Is it well with 'thee? Is it well with thy are whirled into the eddies and races be
consider, it the duty of our government judgment as to the occurrences of future husband? Is it well with thy child? And tween the Silly and Cribdish of lower; and
promptly! Jo. oppose, tljeir 1 ,.aggressions i ;andto events, ich'T ems to'be limo<'destiny that she answered is well. He'went on to then they founder amongst the Syringes,
protect our fellow.citizens from. inhuman awaits the Aborigines; tho"tountry.Sic .- show his hearer, that' in the case beforthem e who will not so mnch as throw them a coil
butchery, 'wb-cannot but regard ,these Aborigines transit gloria trntmdi.". it was' well for the child,'and beautifully of. their long hair to hold on by and keep

.of'this country. so mysterious in Now.aro there no,extenuating pleas ,for did he prove it. My heart swellsyet them from sinking. "Well done, Den!"
their origin, so singular and,unique in theirhabits their conduct? Instead of being nurtured at the mere remembrance( of that sef- exclaimed the lieutenant, after a hearty
,and'manners, and apparently so in the abodes of civilization, where from monoC Mother,' he said, < do you mourn laugh; "why you are quite poetical. Pray
I doomed by' the;fiat of fate',to utter Hiin-- the very nursery we had been taught to re- for the child that has fallen like a blossom where did you learn any thing of Scylla and

we cannot,sve say, but regard these AUortsines gard the red men aft a'sort of incarnate de- ,from your arms? Weep not, foi it is well. Charybdis"' "Why Mr. Hamilton," an-
with .sentiments ot pity; And it is mon, if we, had happened to have been He has escaped the darkness of earthly sor-i swered the veteran, with solemity, "the
impossible for an impartial*observer to con: brought up in; the wigwams .of'the. wilderness row-the clouds that day by day would counsel ofgrey hairs is not to be despised;
t sider what they have been, and what they to }hear the stern wamor.wliile in the have rolled gradually over his sPirit-the and respeciibg them there places, ourpnrson,
now are, without finding extenuating! ; pleasf pride and dignity of his untamed nature, crosses of existence ; the gloom that fol.;lit was when 1 was a boy in the old Billy.
r their, conduct. They were once, it must he dashes the starting tear from his eye lowsafter that golden age, ere the life of.ioughun, optima Mediterranean, our parson
f bo,";recollected, tho sole occupans"andif, lashes, tell 0\'ef'tl1e8to'1' of his wrongs, life> begings to fail and fade; he has missed used to compare, the temptations of this
possession from time immemorial con.. ,and, how his1..possessions! ; had,, frpm-one all these,and in that *better country.,' whefe I world to the wliirlpoo.ls Messina and that
stitutes a valid,.charter, the, only rightful pretext or another,.been wrenched'away hit Father and our Father smiles upon him I way; and he told us the rocks on each side
......nriatnra. ,f\F fhifl vast lerritnrv. .aytondinn.. .rrn.. .".,. him KIT *.K.* DI1..n..onnn AmKitistn n., i .hi... .1nntAnt <,.rhi.if la nft ."ft. 1..1 __-it.niiuvviik I I1f'rn.. dll... Hillv''nd... ..... fVilwKol..... ..... ..r ,!,? UhL
&Jll/J llrf VBW 'v : ** -- vw*--* r ">"J t/f IIU Ul-b.llpllg" UtlJUAtlVril VI ""' ai H.-JSI. i'UIIU UJUUIl --- "' VI Ille ilU\Itnrs.
from the extreme# regions; oflltissia? on the a.iniccof.tbe white man, should we nol t l er! distrust not limy God. Lift thy heart- And then he used to spin: a long yarn about
J. North, 'to Capo' Horn on tho South, and hive entertained'ideas different from those warm prayer to him in the night-wvatches; loose women, whom he declared were like
from 'thV Atlantic tdT ,the Pacific Ocean.. which we now entertain? Would it have, and 'as thou implorest consolaiionthou the beautiful Syringes that floated on the

Through,'t eo'almost interminable, forest been difficult'for us in stick a case to have, mayest ask thy God, Is it well with my 'green sea like a cork, but which takes to l tIC

''I I grounds.J they/ roamed, \without,an }nvadcr1oran found extenuating pleas l and,even common. child ?'and soft as heavenly numbers sweet mermaids; and they sung 'Tom Tough,'
intruding foe,_to,dispute their dominion dable reasons for the opposition of the In,. as the music of an angel's lyre, he will an- and 'Poor Tom Bowline,' and other sirh
: dian to the'gigantic strides of the invader,, saver, lt is'well.' like songs, with so much sweetness that
From the centra all round to the-sea, his infuriated brutality dlway3 cxcepted?" ,, lave reu tern be red this sermon, fondly they,ticcd mcn>to destruction..
' ':They. ; wore' monarchs of all they Who would not have dune J as he'hasdone9 I and long. The Preacher was such a mans -
*' s ) vey'd.! Who would not have resisted I as William-Witt once described; only he ANECDOTE ,OF GEN. I VTNA3I. During
..Burt tivilizatjon} came across the "big aggression and disputed for the tight ofosseSSion'uclJ f was not blind. lIe was tall, and goodly the'revolutu nary war, when Gen. Putnam
waters and mado a lodgement in the by inch, and shed his lifeblood presence, with 'a venerable snowy head, was in command of an important fortress in
t: wldernessrin tho midst, of barbarianism i ie;: in the defence of his inalienable inheritance and J an eye that heaihed with benignity and the Highlands of the-liudson river, his
Industry levelled the sturdy veterans ofthe ? Who would have laid down good will to men. force had been so much weakened by tho
l forest; which had, forages untold, ,stood arms and given up the contest until the expiration uf limited enlistments, and the
untouched by the woodman's axe, the sun last strong hold-until his last citadel of p From the Saturday Evening Post. withdrawal of troops for the protection of
l light was let in upon'the'duskiness of the refuge and'defence was stormed and takf-n? REMINISCENCE OF A SUMMER; other important passes, that the enemy ventured
.': native wild, vegetation spng'up from tho Not a man, we will venture to say-not a NIGHT to besiege his fort. The siege was ,
bosom of, barrenness, the.landscape appearedwith single man. We accustomed to regardour It was my misfortune to he a' somnambulist extended beyond the patience of veteran,
'a,.:.rich"- nd variegated carpet; fathers! with sentiments admiration, and for the edification of your whose feelings were more in favor of Mt-ld
chies villages and hamlets flashed. out in. when"to resist tho aggressions of the moth readers, I will relate a strange adventurer fights, than of artificial maneuvers lie
tho cloudless and glorious effulgence of anunshadowed er country, they staked "Their live, their h happened to me some ten or fifteen was still, more annoyed by a bandy-legged
sky) ," Rna the hum of dense fortunes and their sacred honor," and resolutely years ago, when residing in my native- drummer, who approached an angle of (lie
j, and :busy population 'awakened with thebreezes jeopardized every pecuniary and social town. .. fort every morning, to beat an insulting
of the, morning, and, was heard..bn interest,'for freedom fronrthethra'domof ",lt was a fine moonlight night in July reveille. After having chafed under the
the evening zephyr To the untutoredcbiW oppression. '\vh,* can \fer :ROt, then, :18-, returning home after- a ramble with a insult, like a caged I lion, he procured one of
j'; j natpfejthese scenes, were not with commenable disinterestedness,trans- few friends, I threw myself tired and sleepy the Dutch ducking guns:, of caliber and
1!: famrliarausou: >Wgirot farmeBioudjiin &r'sbme regard 'tin'thosO'Aoorigin s\vb i on my bed. I drcamud-I was walking at length suflicient to reach the.drummer and
; -,his ear. .Better ,by fat 'Jid" hOI Iqye.I .to are struggling, not'to rceist'the' payment of the sea shore when suddenly my old school punish his audacity He stationed himself
behold the- -'erlilhadowiflg scenery of. the oppressive taxes, but for the possession of master who had been dead some time, with this weapon at the parapet, and soon
woodlands,and the bounding antelope,end that soil, wnich they' have inherited from pushed his hand out of the water,and made saw: his insulting victim approaching. lie
to-'hear' the shrill ,twang ,of the bow, and time-immemorial,and which, unless might towards me. Now this man had always had scarcely struck the, first nolcoftrillmpll t
liaten1tb' the''music' of the windy;as,they constitutes right, is, upon principles of immutable been my dread at school, and satan himself and defiance, when drum and drummer ':
t whiapemd-among the leaves, or thundered justice,theirs and theirs alone?-, was not half so 'hateful to my As rolled in tho dust. "There," exclaimed ;
J, j in" majesty; along the forest'gl de. The If we act upon the noble and consistent : he Approached I Raw, but could memory.not the satisfied General, "go to **** with Jour ;
red,,men shrunk away therefore from ,the motive of'doing unto others as we. would his grasp, as tho'old fellow laid his escape sheep-skin fiddle!" [Am. His. Magi j
borders civilization into the deeper'and d they should'do unto us," we shall thus re hand on my shoulder, I started powerful and it t I
darker recesses pft.be,wilderness. But, as gard the present struggles of the savages at awoke-good God! what. were feelings A PlIILOSOVJIEBTS THOUGHTS/ ON RELIGION. t
I they 1.yttired; 'civilization in' its outwardiriaVcrr the south, and, while we consider it the when I opened my e'cs-I was my Religion, whether natural or repealed .
4{ -approached and"'laid', open >theiyctwats r duty of,.the'country to protect its frontier, the rail of a dilapidated bridge sitting two mies on I : has alway.s the same beneficial effect]

, '.ond' their hu'i\tj grounds, and ,and prevent the ruthless: butcheries of an I II from home,and dressed as when, I went to : upon the heart In youth, in health, and
f their wigwams, one after1 another,'in ripidl I Indian invasion, we shall, at the same time,I bed. The moon was shining in the water in prosperity, it awakens feelings of gratitude
l succession 'to the ;blaze of.day;until they deprecate that IK t spirit of retaliation, and the stars glistening all around and sublime love, and purifies at the
were'at length provoked to stern resistance: -'which would exterminate the race of the No human being was nearand horror me.- same tune that :t exalts. But it is in misfortune

It ,was.then that_ ,the wonted fury of their Atxriginesforlhese offence*, fur which, tiswe p pletely took possession of soul alone com in sickness and in old age, th&t
ravage .nature ,broke* opt m acts of.most ,have seen, there appears,to be so many and in such a place, I dare my not and, its effects arc most truly and beneficially
'I i brutal vengeance and retaliation. It was undsucliplausible palliations.-[Pittsburgh scarcely ventured to move, there I sat rise look t fell ; when submission faithand humble
then .that they seized the tomahawk, 'the Visitor. ing at the waves as they flowed to and from trust in the divine will become, instead of
scalping kmfo and fire )rand, aud burst me, like n statue. duties, real pleasures and sources of true

with the startling'worrwhoop! upon the* imputation Speaking of clerical oratory, (93ysOlla.pod At length I mustered courage, and set consolation. It then creates or at least J
who had supplanted than men, calls into exercise which iho'tto
; ,nut for home. JMWCTS were
'... ; ,in the Knickerbocker,) bids me think Astray dog and one or two
bo
women and children'ycre seized at the half starved cats extinct,, and gives to the mind a freshness
'their homes and there of an event I lately witnessed in now passed me as I I which
:altar.'of ruthlesslybutchered an Episcopal stumbled over a large stone which wasr supposed to have passed
I : ; while!I their, burnig dwellings, conventicle.. Tho morning service had l the rond.still nwnard I lay i in away forever, but which is now renovated
(aaa'fuaeraf' pyre,.lighted, ,up. the darkness been said-the rich tones of the organ were thing till'I approached went the heedless of any as an immortal hope. Then, indeed,docs
of the night. Yet their resistance wcs mvain. mellowing away into, silence! -when! the which I was obliged to in meeting house 1, it become a Pharos or lighthouse, guiding
.j, pas homeward
speaker arose and 'tan)ett his text, IN these just 1 my way the wave-tossed mariner to Ins home: or
as
I simple words: 'Jesus wept.' lie spoke, was turning the dark cor- i as the and with
skill I near, the clock struck green dewy spot gushing
the
They.quailedbefore superior in'a strain of two, and I started to
.touching pro
simplicity I fountains
; painted 'heels and looked to tliecshausted: nnd thirsy: traveller.
and discipline of their enlightened and my never back till I
the
1 1f' sorrows of the Saviour thu gained
at
death 4 Its
f consolations and its enjoymentsbecome
rapidly jncreaasing invaders, and, although j uf Lazarus and he described my clumber_ and wiped the sweat,which 1 m
in beautiful l tn.,1. : ..1.nn.. f. ... -___ stronger and vet more. soul-cfiecriiin,
time ... .... "" u
. lime theirwiatterea "' --- --'" '
, they! hive rallied from to I p pL language uf Ins v. ."" IIV" t"l liI.\t:. c
propriety grief, by en as ourframedissolvcs. It that
I then appears as
began to look
forces and their weakeneu encfg'csi about and
: me afler
larging upoq that inevitable; jcoudiliuu of scll evening star, in the horizon uf life, which:
I un ler the direction a Pontiac I satisfying m> that I was alive and
which no
mortality causes all to grieve.: By throws its radiance the and
t 'Fccumsc ha_Black Hawk, and others, :yetI and by I imrd a faint moan. A and damage dr.nevent to work fo see how Igot shadow through gloom
I hare young into the sheet of death, and which will rise a
like the '
faded )
they
gradually away I tender-hearted mother \\ho had quietly as I awakened
but few
,
a and
bright usher into
star to
morning us
f waning! splendor of departing day, and now weeks before buried a :blooming daughter no ono in my passage down stair. It another
the of few seems I had opened and l littler world.
melancholy'tpcctaclo chamber
present a the darling of her love, overcome by hor my : door, walked -
broken .enfeebled bands Covering ton feelings had fainted : through a long entry to the head of a pair
,he'veri "outskirts qfa mighty nation, whose, boisterous, or harrowing away language But,it that was thus no of back stairs, which led into tire kitchen, NOTICEALDEN A. M.JACKSON Es .
towns> ,.and villages and cities have sprung stirred within her UM fountain of |and instead<< of going out of the door I got my attorney in fact dur-
up from the kOH which jhcy once owned,, a moth r'.1f auction.] It holy the ward a!, out of a Inw window made off through a I'ing my absence. JAMES WEBB.
and "over: which they once roamed in die| \va ofsimplicity (gate which' led.into the street. March ?, 1836. [12-tf]
.
:: that fell her and
,
ear
.
f proud,majestjr of mieoiuroulled, :monarch. upon trem-i I RUSTIC CovHTsmr.
bled) in her bOS<)UI. Tim' ; : ,$ .: re At n rustic merrymaking NUl'JCE.-AII having claims
persons
Yet and 1 broken and scattered a*, they I:
weak: Roer'Vas'
: vi\rd& in mind seated
m'thc'I' my tliu memory of( a ser- facing Patty; against the estate of Darius Clapp, decMare
nullify yr.llowwerroccasiuuallyas<< : :rnamoured her
of
: \ mult ihti beauty and tho
otftpifii of untutored stun" by
requested to them to the under-
tHetninotu ,furltm in>lctauf veng e- getuus f of the little present
Wi'r, put which heard arrows Rod, he ventei
in early only his
for
yuuih.
hmo left and I 'l'lu'Ifc.\CII.i signed payment, and those indebted to
lancqlvrhaldu-r they passion
,
energy er was on unlettered in sly look, and now and then the I
woodsman but he
estate will please call: and settle their accounts -
ff U'not tl'lO visionary to imagine that; they 'louching Patty'
t spoke| nth correctness--with duqut-ncej,I toe with hh: fool under MARY ANN CLAPP
i Vvill sfiH COntinue perpetuate their brumlbuhcni' I, :The: occasion was time functx of a r. lIJd.I' the, table. Patty, ember, fearful, that| ho April, 30, 1836. [18-to] Ad'mri.NOTJC& .
.. .until'they leu'l'at exasperate their uiorwpQweru 'lime| Liy"i& 1 UJ tr(f four"or live )ears old, lay}poutf.&!' hor !liosfi : uutli soiled, or de-
I | Q to : tl.cu\ a Now ofTotalrxtertninatioV the bier before crmmed to maicihe '
ou hiui; his far cheeks had t esprcw:: a pas. -SIX weeks after dale, I will
; und i lien lew hrnce .
which he
r ; a years tlmll Hut lost i1ur rosy mad', will Ins little form,!P.OO appeare! so wnrinlr to feel, apply tGtheJudgeot' the County Court fif
hand
he last ofilnrU
l. perhaps, warriors ',nt length etclaimui} with "
suclcceutlccucnpKmsrJuu tlewvhitugaraicuts spirit, if letters ct'
F bku tl>C,r stand,lake the brave SjKirtui) laud, of time loukfd far; lov ,nt', whv."tell me wean Administration on the estate d
grate, tuo Uaini\ for the invetorkmgsP'' .so; bat-don't dirty I II. B. Crews decM. P. J. FONTANKey i.

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raised and in active operations against our sight an enemy
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INQUIRER. will with "would it to conveniendr-feu CUt
THE discover' talent and employ -
who will ,
citizens, and: nothing short of an overwhelming i *" -* A.J L* U**ffj" **ttcftsily.divjnotLo.test.
KEY WEST, FLORIDA : force on the part of ,the whites,, willow if, who will excite emulation arid enterprise, : Here !! r. '
youwrouldpuf"thatimproreoaenpc ,
wish ( ?
Winfield
officer beGwn.t
the invaders of and that will hot ,
be able
SATURDAY,.JI1NE>, 1830. to putdown mine ; I 'or
Scott. We copfidcntiy. rely} :on the exertion -it reallrJcsorvit--bytlw .
WRECK SALE That portion of the our country. delegate of the full extent t.of did'nt put downy that vessel consigned!.'t ," .t I
by our ,
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4 hostilities
of an
In the ,
cargo of wrecked Ship.James,. which was commencement his Congress for the adoptionof ,!o:rte-liae you an account': Santa 4e't .. '
the
sent into Territory to protectthe
sold by order of tho Court, amounted to army inhabitants was and compel the Indians to such measures as will sate'the country. ,naV:., aptureL heardaovnebodp, ay 'jw&j '. "i\... .

about $31,600. The reservation made by .'with fliestipulationaoftheis treaty. from ruin. The events which (have already were&wafnenl; to-Texas. and.woukl not w#*'.,:,5*

the'agent, was. appraised at 17000.; comply the and transpired must have',pened the eyes: of publish) if, is it so?*-spare roe about, tenirt:
After marching across country,
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the eatra'papere, want to sendi i1 r ;aft !'
Eleanor,of Congress as. ,U> the alarming patute'of
DISASTER Tiro Br. Barque having some skirmishes with themrthey **
t
-South Fotida""I1[ ar"ig h ?
whon'does"
Jno. Davis roaster from withdrawn until the numbers present crisis.. This war if not speedily '"* *"' .- >*
St.Johns, N. IL; have been arc -DId. Jacks
the of widespread you- ,bear, that Gen >orrwast'; .
with that terminated, may prove germ. "" * >fc'
New Orleans bound to Liverpool, a 50 weakened of those who remain, L
destruction. It has already had.in coming,. intoFlorida,* to see_to.Indian ;ar |t
1
of 1666' tales cotton, got ashore on barely a defence themselves can be made,
cargo Indian relations fairs?"' And, ,a .tho san"/ )be*, such hindranceSj. n
tho Tortugas Islands 30th May and was without being of any service to the coun- effect which will influence our \ .which we coufdrtotincntidm l ":" '>*J .

relieved by taking out 658 bales of cotton. try. Taking advantages'of these circumstances for year to come They Consider \ycnover8eeaj.iaaa iBfjiJ&iiitonaSslaoorsj.

She arrived in port this morning about 11 the Indians are parading through the spell of the white man's power brolten'tand resigri. } r t tAr. ,

o'clock, in charge of wreckers.: The vessel the Territory,and the whites have fled li'ornone believe that'their. own'prowess- will, ,rollback without .congratulating t ,andi, .

but it is the. lido of. civilization, ,tutlie. .Atlantic.. would rccommfendtoany one about enter 1:
does not leak thought some post to another until there is not a spot' -
of tho sheathing. is knocked oft The In'Florida on which they can set their feet It is time for the natfaata: lausd: LISclf rte the t lists of theffatotnity, t3Vto cohsutb )
"' stock,'of',patience. 4;ti.t'
consignment vessel to-O. O'Hara. and consider: themselves safe. act Qu. '

FROM TAMPA: -By the politeness of Lt. Wo" givo place to-the following remarks FRIENDSHIP. A W-Wut'friend, {hat is r OTleE. .O-=-Na, debt oontractetdi y i
? I by any of tbecrew I of British' Barque! EleaP l : .
CLARK, of Rev.Cutter \Vhshi gtonarrived from the Floridian relative to the Indian man .A solitary oak: upon-) a sterling Davison be' (t' .
rock,3ymtncgiciLindeed i l .in its.form beau*1 nor, Jrio ,master; will' pad :
from Tampa Bay in the Sloop. Liberty, on flairs in this country, and tho best means .lifully and exquisitely finished; outrivalling! the, Caaptaun-oz huh/ nsignce; I" *'4

Wednesday 21st hist., we ate favored with of proceeding against these hostile savages. the mostlauded gerteetion of art,in gracefulness ', O'IPAU'A.. .1'

the following intelligence, received ina I After estimating tie number of regular and grandew,but that hour.- fn which Key, West!, ,,' .T mf !836. ''tr ':! :1ii,: "

communication from that I decay has shaken.her Mack,wing,-and'' left .
place. troops ill the Territory at 1040, the;editor "'1
"The United States Revenue Cutter says:- its-leaves blighted--its- limbs" contract as I A. Resort, 'for 'mTalids..('. y '.

Washington, EZEKIEL JONES commander, "This force is scattered different joints death they dry; a..scathed itsrootsrottenneseandits lifeless.monument bloom i hI'. its THE. SUBSCRIBER on Indian Key having, has, ,settle'determined -,

sailed from Tampa Bay forthe port of St. on the frontier, over an extent of not less pristine beauty. ,When the rebuffs of adversity to.open a' HOUSK.for>boarding; and,,,

Marks on the 31st :May. Capt.M. P.Mix: than four hundred miles, viz : Tampa, are crushing us onward, when the lodginpt,,and: believing. ,il to be one ot.tbe e't

of the U. S. Ship Concord at Anchor in fort,.King,. Fort Drane, Picolata, St. Au. clouds look black above, and. ''the'muttered mot favorably' 'tituatidDt in' .;tha '.United, .
States for who are urTering from.
thunder of misfortune the
I growls along persons
Tampa: Bay,despatched sixty seamen in the gustine and Mosquito. The consequence sky,when our frapie is palsied by.the ';skeleton pulmonary,disp 'ptio'an4'riumerbir*. chronic .

Washington, who are under the command srlhat each post is so weak, as to been hand of disease, or our.eens<:&wh rled diseases,'and obliged tb seek a tcfiig' frorfl| .
of-Lieut. ADAMS, 1st officer of that Ship. unable offensive the malestrom chaos of when the chill blasts ofa northern winter..bftfeeb'i
:irely to act on the or to in insanity,: safe'in saying.,that Indian Key.cannot) beh '
"On the arrival of Washington, at punish the depredations committed actual. our hearts are torn by the recent'separation surpassed for beauty,bealta,and climate... .'

St. Marks, it is understood that Capt JONES ..Iy within the range of the guns, as was of some beloved object,,while our tears are Frost,'has. never beet, known, here--tbe, \
and Lieut. ADAMS will move on with their yet flowing upon the fresh turf of departed tbermometer; eldom"below ua,wr vy f MTf*.- I
recently the case at Fort Erane, where were innocence; in that time it is the office,of a ter,nor up to 90 in'summer. It is entirely7'exposed
respective forces to Tallahassee, to co-ope told not a single cartridge w8s1'repared friendship to;shield.us from the porienuma a3 I to the wa'frgtneteryphoint': .Dt th*;

rate with tho Army and Volunteers now. i for the piece of Artillery teft'for the protection :. toruf,tu quitcken. the feinting pulses of our com. DUS. ''' ;*'* : )

collecting in that vicinity.j of the post The Indians 1-ave I Sickly .trame,. bling back.the- wauderingsui r The fare,of Ms |abte and b ,.'lbl1r)be 'ritkt : i
.of mind within abe 'ot.sound air ,"""' J. 43d'. teraled' (
*j A vessel arrived at Tampa on the lath attract n I good 4bQ Arai'ket..wiU: +
become daring and impudent to a degree Intellect, to pour the consolation ol*. Ap>m' tI ij"Teftferfei; cedservant*. *Private tr dm.'
May, bringing despatches from Governor hardly conceivable. The inhabitant are. pathetic kindness f the ."oil and! Oalmw 6t forlodgifig: :,gentlemen; lather,ana families

CALL, giving the most appalling accountsof every where flying from midnight murder: I peace into,tho filtering wound,and,.deliver by neatly diligent arranged attention.Tbe and undersigned hopes
murders and other depredations, committed tho aching heart from Uyj object of iU b1 IDdultrrtaitD.riti
o-
and massacre our devoted frontier. the ,customo,, !,.hia by the Creek Indians. It would appear The spectacle is humiliating to everyone drug allevjtioua, .; S. A. $.SPENCER. "1

that the whole Creek nation are in who has an American heart,.beating: in Indian Key, Monroe County,.'Terri0' ? !
and with the Berninolcs. Art Eorron'3'I'ao u>aLe!s. We frequently (- 'of.FlorWa ith.11835.
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arms, forming a junction his bosom. With an overflowing treasuryand tort November\ .9 tfw ,
Major SANDS of the Army, with come across articles thus headed, and\; be'St. Augustine II vald,:,Charlestba ', !\
eighty Regulars: left Fort Brooke on the a commerce that whitens every sea, giving a lung catalogue!''vi tho .difficulties I Courier,Philadelphia Saturday,Courie.
this great this mighty republic, after every New York .Advocate r and Journal;. andlBoitoaCpmmercial.Gazette
with which editors
of
23th board the Schooner newspapers have to I '
on Magellan, \ will giro the
effort has beenmade_ by her Executive,can ;
Capt Mallory, bound to St. Marks. contend But there are very few'who can I above five 'insertions and' forward th.lraocounta ;
command scarcely one thousand men tI to ""' ;
fully }portray the troubles, trials, au'd'vexa--: ._ this, ,office for'paynumt; : '
*>' T I .V< ,
Recent accounts from New Orleanscon, protect her bleeding frontier from a merciless ., l. : j "
atlous whicbbarrow the
mind of i
publish, : 1tlfritw "11, '
firm the news previously received, of the banditti Will our national pride t of ; Mfltettfgeucr... ,
J'or instance
er a newspaper. there are I 'I AT
capture' of Gen. Santa Anns,of tho Mexican permit this degrading spectacle to continue I 2 few who have to act as editor,printer devil, Pe&T.oir"$3Y._ P8stT'...........?..:..;yaJVNEr 4.

forces Will it not require that tho army shall be t all : JJRRIYED. .- ,,,,,'
and -and we say,those who have never
return placed on a footing, in some degree, commensurate been thus May:#6, Sloop Energy,A. Packer, flat: i
situated can tell
whit
O rSince the of Capt. Griffin a inn I vans.' : ,'
with the wealth and numbers of ::1} e a }
from Cape Florida Light House, who the people, whose homes and fire sides iris t placed in this treble capacity has to contend I '28,. Sehr Lucinda, Westervelt,Sf Mark .
brought news of Indians being seen in the ''with.VeU, it would be impossible to]. I ,30, Sldop'Partubnj Park, Havana.K w "

vicinity (an account of which we lit vcek its duty to protect ? The result of the I give.any, thing of a correct idea aa' to the< present war has demonstrated that the 't"
ar Bd'EagJAsh6ltIObllct.; 'ilt/.V
published! ) nothing has been heard from that : various ways in which these troubles mak I {
is wholly for the Jane 8' North America* Park "
my inadequate dvft-ucc o f I Sloop ;
part; of the their appearance. In the first l ',
coast >
the country,much more for offensive J lacer we I Havana. ." >* ;" *-.. *- '

Mr..Dubose, the Light keeper, and Inspector tions. It has also shown that the militia opera have a monthly mail, by,whidi it, Is calcui, June 4, fir Barque Eleaanor,J"DavisOn. ,

at that place, left here on Thursday I lated we are to receive our new* .from I from N. Orleans bound to'Livci ipo o l.4WFT .
cannot be employed but for of'set.. I.
periods ,
0 OIIara. -v"fj4
for the purpose of going up and seeing abroad. This cornea in pcrbapg,'just before I" <; *' !'
vice so short as to prove rather detrimental I BAILED. <, :,_., ,
what the state of affairs is at the Light going to press, here we must, :overhauVand t 1.I\Iat20 '
than otherwise,by their sudden withdrawaland I { Sloop Relief Dooison,Hat na: -
House. We understand he will return leaving the frontier exposed: to an peruse a large quantity of; newspapers I Schr IIyd, Aly, gould"'::vottoofot '

immediately, nnd the Light House, it is exasperated which have, been,collecting .for a munU I New York. : ,,, >a

probable, will be closed. enemy. pre\ious-and endeavor ,10 get the I lutes!I I Sloop Sta1dardi Pacgr( Otf .
There is but '
one remedy in tho present t York .
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newsy that it be "
Accounts from St. Marks during the last crisis in the affairs of our devoted Territory, may presented this public J1, 1'Dlea ,,'J udcer." \C toD''fut
It is the prompt ; before another week passes.away. 'jusi. 't New York <
week,confirm what was previously received interposition by Congress;, .rc'rt"t;:

in relation to the depredations of the ,Indi. by creating a force suited to the nature, ol at the motntnt we sit down, in: steps tome; fotSlte p YPrecedenk tL *4: .... o.Jon. ;

um'in that of FlorIda.'I the war. Fifteen hundred mounted rifle, one-** Well!what's the news? I bare heard 1114 '.Oct ". 5 tt"' .!
part SJo riJndVU ;:
It appears that the Creek Indiana are endeavoring men will be requiccd. They should be enlisted it rumored tooth Indians 'have taken St. York :r -1.. ,cofto art; lea

: ,: ,to effect a junction with the hostile for the war, and entitled to a liberal Augustine, and would soon take possession a, Schreleeot1; <.Dope. < .; 'CotlonRfo' ; Neer.

Seminoles in the East. Onto ahoy !bounty in land. They should be officeredby I of Tallahassee. 1)9 You ,ICe any accounl t l York... ? ,... .. .,I '
and 0of ft in the papers?" And after 28, Sloo A Mystic Eldridge! "CoUQri fob
penetrate into the Territory un the Westami ', young enterprising men quahfied t ;, pastting, L ,. ,
cooperateWith the Scminolcsnnd MiCe carry on active partisan warfare. A bOO y r probably !hour in,this way off'he'''goes., Ncw Yo rtl.; '1. ".' l ,.
.Schi
asukies In the East, they will spread deso of ma 'thousand infantry will be requited I Again commence perusing papers,.and'gel; New York.Luanda, VVesterveli.. ; CottoM.. ,rOf..

lation before them.; Our Government to be posted at every commanding: point on.I about .half[, through some 'cockandttUtory 3., Sloop nrgJ..Pa uor,dew ..ogdop.y I t" .

Our Government--wlm is our Government the coast and frontier, u> control the enemy .. and again interrupted-."Yuurbo Sloop Paragon, Pp rki t;o't o.. "

doing Will it lie still, and repose itself. and protect the supplies and ammuni. left no paper for me on Saturday-I'donT t Sloop Dread WelchNewono o ,

.while the inhabitants on a frontier arc suffering ; tion. Superanualed officers should bedis think I've ,had one for three weeks.-lf 1 I New l Schr York.F'Qrtpla, Anderson! '.gvtfSJ{ for

from the scalping knife By the carded from active'service. We want n<; don't reccire it regular, you may take wj, :U;ScLr Eagle,., AaLhr. C kt1Gr' ;

xwiih/iiawal the troops from the Tcnito.y,4 more triumphal maicliea. No more"'mlliu'y name,01l'your listl velUM try.it anot bet New, York. ,. ,\ : ,,i'
tbo inhabitants quarter"-and be makes ,lira miu ,AAe t June i, $&&popj N rda.Au ri.iwk
arc left exjioseu to th going "
cast|>eTplexed with all these irou
nnges of the Indian The tomahawk i s I verse than: useless, and ridiculous) th r: blew,we have another'call-rind, ono whicl b St The Marks Brig So'Ae'tet, Lewd, fi''flO,.

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r ..' t blissVe should view it the path which or of the'world.. Grits us a hundred for
"rrP befofe it as
""' F"" ihfl'New-Tofker.f: expanding effulgence- it, as mounts ; !" .
sir
her.
[From' upward,and still upward,to where suns and I will lead us to the starry pavements the do I
J .DEATH.. stars fade iu the light uncreated radiance!. flowery plains, and the rivers of life, where Mister in you think that'ere mare will

, 'Sweet flowers lie crushed beneath thy And the destiny, the .immortal l destiny, of our departed friends who have died in the do to work Jv mud.machintt'l""She's
." faith God for his and just the thing, sir-she's been
chariot-wheel. the immortal spirit!-who can trust himselfto are praising goodness,
On,the surface of a broad, powerful and imagine ? what mortal shall dare to waiting to welcome us to those ,scenes of going the rot/no a for some time, and has
the
resistless "stream, millions of bubbles .are speak itAnd I never-ending light and life. rought'up to profession. We'll warrant -

dancing and glittering in the sun; and, as yet, awful as it is to die, we can be There are some individuals who seem to her capable. Stppose you start her at
they rapidly and successively !break and disappear familiarized with its announcement and its deprecate the calling into exercise the fine fifty f'"Thank

millions of others spring up, onlyto occurrence, until 'we cease to regard it as and deep sensibilities of the heart;who main sir-oisce-twice-three

Sparkle for ILmoment'andhen.hkethe an event of'more than'ordinary importance. tain that every tie of friendship and affection -, times- gone..She's your property-a sjilen

forrner,'vaiiisband be forgotten. A broad Tho veteran soldiers of an army,the'nurses of tenderness and love, is only preparing did bargain.-[Baltimore Visitor.

way: is, crowded witheager and,i impatient of crowded hospitals, and generally physicians the way for additional anguish and SCENES -ANDES.
travelers-:all anxious and determined to of extensive practice, Become so accustomed bitterness of soul; that since all these hopes IN TilE horizontal The line, apparently .

have their own wayallyvehemently contending to seeing others die that they must be crushed,and all these ties severed,I strictly which marks
the limit of the
of the trifles-all and all these affections everlasting snows tn the
in pursuit merest I witnessthe extinction of life- with as little forcibly plucked up summits of the
forgetting that the path,they are pursuing, emotion as they would the going out of a by death, those who keep themselves the surrounding adds to the effect of Cordilleras,
I. and so carelessly treading, leads ,to the candle. We ourselves,in looking over the most free from these chains, these entanglements stern, rigid those per
of precipice from which there are are the most happy and know pendicular rocky buttresses which char-
brink ,
f a obituaries that almost daily fall under our acterise the Andes. of
Many the
" no, retreating footsteps; yet on they rush, notice, unless our attention is arrested by eventually the most enjoyment. This antisocial these mountains at least 5000 glens in
follows wave to be swallowed 'up, doctrine to me, savors strongly of arc feet deep,
as wave some well-remembered, name, pass them as while the walls of rock which
I enclose them
in the vast and fathomless unknown.They a matter of course. We forget the suffer blasphemy. It accuses God of planting in deviate from the

may pause now and then on,the very brink ing,'the agony, the blighting of hopes, thecrushing our breasts desires and affections innocent scarcely line. These perpendicular
frowning precipices condemn
., for moment, perhaps, :to shudder,with of section, tbe.tears of friends! ,. and holy in themselves, only! to rr.ako us in the beneath them to
ground
horror 'at their but too certain danger-to and the breaking up''and destruction of the end miserable-of bestowing upon us everlasting
Tho Chilian Andes
I. of the past- these fine-toned sensibilities'of the heart sterility. north of lat.
,
cast one glance regret upon I fond anticipations, which have accompaniedsome
39 S. nowhere less
one look cold cheerless hopeless expectation when their use would be wretchedness and degrees though than 80
,of: ,, of the deaths recorded,and may have miles offer
across, hardly a single of
the future. their action a curse. Why is heaven-born spot
: upon attended them, all.: which human take
; ,And,we.are,'these bubbles oMbe stream I,remember instance of this kind. A. charity so sweet?-why do we cling to The banks of fertile industry soil can advantage.

\ of time? wI ,these travellers on"the path: young man in- the prime of life,full of hopes hat emanation of the divine mind, pure of the stand accumulated in
1.\ way to the grave. Like them,we danceI and.,high expectations, went down to the i affection, with such delirious ecslacy?- some and 'valleys lible, shifted on a precarious
be
t and)trifle away the,hour; !like i the first, we dust; and his name,like thousands of oth, why do we feel friendship and the kindred tenure, the are floods.to But in or carried

t : glitter for:a moment, and are then swallow ers, recorded in the obituaries of the day, union of hearts so dear,if they are all only away by of the Cordilleras strewed general), the
deep glens
\ ed upHke, the,last we hurry: heedlessly if it excited notice at'all, it was,with mos!,: designed to- bo the means enhancingour with of over
enormous heaps stone, are destituteof
onwards; make the tremendous plunge;and only the thought that another human being r our misery or wo ? all
! are" forgotten. The bud of promise and had lived and died. But there was wet(]: It is not so. Those who have had their vegetation whatever, save here and
here of valenana which
the' oak of trength-the child of a thou- whom not beautiful dearest hopes crushed, and have felt their a species ,rising
tt was so-one young, ,I from the the
slow
sandhopes? ; and the wretch,weary and sick and, accomplished-one loving and loved I hearts bleeding in their inmost core at pain- amoug stones, begins pro-
of life-the :paTn-srahten and care-worn with. ,the purest affection one whose hopes ul inflictions of Providence, know it is not cess of forming a vegetable mould, and
I the traveller in these wilder-
tenant of'the aftnshouse"stid; the beautifulabrinlupgmai4cn 1 her* earthly hopes, were centred on him i I so. This doctrine might indeed be asserted supplies with lonely ,
On
tolerable the road
fuel.
nesses a
: of? the_spring flowers,and while living, and to, whom his name, when I with some plausi ility, were death the the Curabra the
which intercourse
lowly cottage-all Alike come, to,the dustal dead, was a watchword and talisman to call l I end of our existence-did not our hopes over by

'; alike feel the unsparing conqueror up all that, earth has of tenderness and love, extend beyond the land of shadow and silence maintained between Chili small and Buenos Ayres houses is chiefly called

, and the'universal,leveller, Death> She had watched over him with unceasing r and if the star of immortality bad stone ,
''Death-whar: a crowd 'of recollectionsare I vigilance while hope remained she had i not arisen over the ruins of man. Now Casuchas, were erected by the Spanish
;
clustered "around'that single word wiped the cold damps of death from hi 4 I we see in death signal of re-union with government for the shelter of travellers

what emotions'does i if awakens just brow,and,on her lips he had breathed ou t loved ones who have gone before; and, in overtaken by snow-storms. These little I
buildings, mined in tho wars of the revolution -
returned: from' the house of mourning.;, It, I his; spirit; jet the unfeeling regulations o r our last moments, feel assured that those: till remain .
in a dilapidated state.
have Been a lovely child, rich in promise fl t a selfish world would not allow lier t<:) from whom we are separating will ere long like
.the to'tlw mourn ,with those that mourned-to wee be re-united to us in ties fir more endearing In manner, the only three stone
ngllmhten ]p I
"7 ojrenihg budsnthen c bridges of which Chili could boast
o 'r, ; : vas with those that wept. But there was ineart I and...never. _more- to..be severed.- .t..lrnv..1 in th ...... ,la were, 'ft
., exerted in *ain, to arrest tttepr ; of!'tsldlOu& r 'that bled at every pore, .while: stniles n beD death strikes down our friends on -.VJ"'''' sis eve wars oiJU are not llltCIY
disease, and,ward off, a blow.whlchaU were on the cheek; and there were bitter the right hand and on the left, why shouldwe to be speedily rebuilt Athenasurn.

saw ,would strike fatal to the heart, 'I tears wept, when none but angels and her despair or complain Whether it be PRINTER'S TROUBLES.- Editor.
have seen weeping parents and'deeply sympathizing Maker beheld the cedar of Lebanon or the lily of the Ben,

friends gathered' around the couch I Death acts an important part.in connecting valley that falls-the grey locks of the agedor why of did this you editorial leave the! word "assumption"out

I of the patient sufferer', watching with painful the inhabitants of earth with the im the head of the young and beautiful that
Devil. "
I interest the last ebbings life i purple mortal beings that people undiscovered regions I go down to the grave-the child of rich Because I thought it was cx.
; tido=: the l glimmerings of a light aboutto beyond the grave. We stand by the promise and many hopes, or the miserableand punged. 1 Go saw a line drawn around it. ,
Editor. and it in fool! It
" -'be x ngulShOd"forevel.TheI there couch of the dying,and hear the last sigh I the helpless,that sleeps the quiet sleepof put you
(. was'th?feeble moan--the scarcely perceived breathed:,do we view that moment as the death--there is nothing lost-nothing, is only a flourish of the a-ss.[Wheeling

'struggle-a. single gifor: "'bteatli-a end-all of the lamented one? as a separation that'shall not triumph over dissolution and Times.

slight' 'tremor; ;:of:the del/ca/ te',.limbs=and: which, shall be eternal? No; if we death. There is not a feeling of affection, PBEPARIWG Once

the 'mortal,agpay,way! I pasthe\ t ..i.W mortal view aright,we consider it as the sever- tot a particle of hallowed sympathy, net Blink a time it FOR THE that WORST.
part_had fted-ana.beautiful even in death, ing of one of the many cords that bindus in the golden chain of heaveB-tlescen upon married shrew happened who led, him a poor wight life
the gently parted lips and the closed ded love that shall bo a a pious ;
eyes forgotten remain
: to earth-as, forming an additional or she fell ill the doctor called and
more resembled sleep than dissolution. inducement to be ourselves ready and.willing covered with the dust of the tomb-tha the: anxious; was in,
affectionate husband
I know not bow it may be with others; to.deport; ,aqd, instead of deeming the shall not bo rescued from the gulf of obliv him how, his dear inquiredof Galen

but for myself, 1 ,ne.ver see the young and loved and departed one lost to us in the ion. Why, then, weep for jhe dead? Their! shook his head and told spouse him was; for
to
innocent gathered to,the grave',without a realms of oblivion, we feel that death is tears are dried-their, sorrows are ended the prepare
feeling bordering on envy of their happy but the entrarice upon a state where thereis their fears hive ceased-and the hopes and worst.Vhat1'it said he, is she likely to

lot.*They have opened their eyes on the no more death-the'beginning of a new the doubts of earth have been converts get over t"I I

wor &(end< lived long enough to taste its and glorious existence, Our children and ipto the certainties of eternity. "Blessed UNCERTAINTIES. Four should I

e ils, and drink the bitterness but not the our friends-the beautiful and the good- are the.dead that die in the Lord" A.ScE.vz never flatter us. Familiarity things with princes,

dregs oflifeser1veaomedCup.Tbeyhaveliv- the loved and the dear ones of earth-form -the caresses of Woman the smiles of
jpd long enough to know that unalloyed happiness much of our treasure in time; and shall ix A HORSE MARKET. That our enemies and warm in winter-
exists not on earth; but ,they have we view that treasure as lost which we have 'ere critter's the thing, I tell joe-I can gin for these things- a not of day duration.
i not lived till, stained with countless enormities rational grounds of concluding is only re- her pedigre from A to izzard, in no time. arc long

r *-.blackened with scorching passions, moved from us here to be more safely invested She corned out o' Catamount, folded by Too SEVER A-Mrs. McCoy of Ohio,

I and .polluted with uarepented crimes and in heaven? lf in humility and'faith, Tuscarora, what; coned out of a bay Janus, has recovered, in a suit against some faithless -
?
': guilt which the waters oTan ocean cannot we ourselves l obey God,do we not, as each sired by Thunderbolt, the half brother to lover, the enormous sum of ,15,000.
wash out, they are called, unanealgd'anduttforgivstl successive' link of earthly attachment i is Wizzard, what rin the sweepstakes agin the -

I into'the presence: of that Judge broken away, find ourselves irresistibly impelled celebrated Walk-in the-water, sired by RULES OF COXP Ios TIOY. Bo certain

from'whose unerring decision there is nappeal' towards that pure..land where the Earthquake: out of the imported filly Sally first, 'hat you mean something. Then be

i They sleep in peace; and Jle who dear ;deparjtd, pees of earth arc mingled Stark, sister of the Duke of York's, Meteor, certain what it is you do mean. Be cer-
took little children in his arms and blessed with the sinless and the immortal? Do half brother to Monster." tain that: what you 'have to say is worth Baring -

them on earth, will not forget them,in his, we'not more and more feel that they are Well, how much is bid fur this beautiful ; and then bo certain that you have said

kingdom. watching over us? that they are waiting mare? Who'll start her at five hundred P It.-N. E. Gal.

< i It i is'..it moat be-a solemn thing to die. the time when,summoned from earth, they How old is she, mister?" -

Not'because the mortal agony is bin eventwhichxcan shall waft our spirits to a brighter dime; "You must ascertain that by your skill. GENERAL LEE AND Dn. Curi-z a.-

occur to us but once J not kxj- and.a? one,an] another of our fnends are I wants to know if she'll go in gear- John B Cutting was a surgeon in the army

cause of the sufferings of that moment, removed by death, we feel that tins mercy cause I totes oysters along the streets, and of the Revolution; and coming to Philadelphia

for"observation shows fix that during life, of Heaven is preparing u" for the inevitable, should like to have: good quiet critter what lodged in a house where General

we may undergo pains far more intense and change. Who is there that has bad some of won't run away." i Leo was then boarding. The Doctor wasa

more dreadfully insupportable, because those he loved taken from him who when 44 She is the very thing for you gentle personable man, and not indifferent to

more durable: than the pang which marks friend after friend, dear as his right hand, as a sucking dove-there's no run in her- dress. The General suddenly enteringthe

the crash and wreck of our existence; but, has been called to join them, has not felt she goes in gear like'perfection itself." sitting room,found the Doctor before

4 because death is the I gate which separate*I as if a medium of communication had But the man said just now that she was the glass:carefully adjusting his cravat.

Tim from Eternity-the living from the;t been opened from earth to heaven by their blooded." 'Cutting,' says Lee, 'you must be the

,} deadand is the fleshless hand \bat write I death,through which messages of unchanged "So she is-when slie's a mind to be. happiest man in creation. The former I

'Omega on all pursuitscaresemploy. love and affection might bo sent; and Come sir, start her at $200. turned tound, with a smile of self-com
'tnents. and enjoyments of lite. Wbai t I that sinless recollections of earth mighty be I don't want her; if I could meet witha placency 'And why, General!' says be.

It thoughts, come over u -strange and m st -. permitted! without etaimng the perfect bliss; good saddle horse, I might purchase." Why''.' repliedLee 'because you are in love
fIOUS" thoughts-*s' wetland' by the) bed. of Paradise? Could we view the subject. *4 Don't go any further,airs ie's the finest with yourself and baronet a rival on earth.'

side of the dying, and hear the last sigh'ol f r to Its proper light, death \Yo'J1J'nnf appear r, creature in the world under a saddle,

expiring*' humanity How we follow' the I that/rightful thing we are accustomed to. walks like a thing of air-bows her neck The population of the City of Londonby

flitting ghost, nit wings its way up to the! consider it: wo should think or it as the as gracefully as a swan, and paws the earthlike the l litest census, amounted to ),SUO,-

pint. .land! and wonder at the contirMiallj door that opens upon regions of immortal the noted Buccepbalis of the conquer 000.








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