Key West enquirer

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Key West enquirer
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Key West Fla
J. Atkinson
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October 31, 1835
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Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-

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oC this ape.TIICENQUIRL'Risl'ubhsbcd tview the landmarks of the Constitution of \

hturJaYlIlorniDS' -rBII 1 ho United States'by which they hope to .

every their As moderation
DOLLARS steer course aright.
at FIVE per
and firmness will be our motto, we will be ,

arUlum"l'AnvxzUJyl-MENTS> ,inserted at the rate of slow to brand with heresy, those politicians l

One Dollar and Fifty Cents per square, (of ..QUI... who may honestly differ in opinion from '

fifteen\ lines,) for the first insertion, andSeventv1'ivo us. It is our design fairly to report tho \

Cents Advertisements for each subsequent will be passing political news of the day; the political .
continuance. / views that we occasion to
--- may
Continued until otherwise ordered. None titan in tTM ma Ifri." )
odflcfut j
Edited and puUuhtd by ATKINSON.JVMteu advocate,shall be dispassionately discussed,
will be considered less than a square. J
No will be discontinued ---. -- so far as we are concerned; and we hope
subscription -
ctr: ;
31, 1835.:
(unless at tile option of the Editor: ,) until all VOL I. KEY wiasT: SATURDAY OCTOBER our friends who may favor us with communications .
----- -- observe the .
will rule
arrears are paid. (7- same otherwise

All letters to the Editor on business, Printing Presses of every description. Tales, Essays, Poems, Anecdotes,&c. &c. they will be rejected. In the observance ,'

must. be Post PaiJ. Printing Ink of the most approved qualities, The original contributions to this depart- of this course, we shall act with strict w

-F-. WHITE--'-' & -WILLIAM----HAGAJl, Composing Sticks, Brass Galleys, Imposing ment arc regularly and'promptly paid! for ; impartiality.It: I

t l ESPKCTFULLY: Inform the Printers Stones, Cases, Paper and Press Boards, and in addition to the many writers who will be the aim of the publishers to

of the United States, to whom tbey have Standing Presses, Furniture, together usedin witha have favored us with articles during the render to their patrons all the satisfaction

'ij long been individually: known as established complete Printing assortment Office will of be all kept articles constantly past year, and whose essays will continue they are capable of, bearing fn mind tho

f Letter Founders, that they have now formed on !hand. to enrich our columns,we have tho promiseof old age "they that would please every bod/ .

a co-partnersbip in said business, and Small fonts Fiiitable for Bookbinders, assistance from others whose names are will please nobody.1' I

hope from their united skill and experience, well known to their countrymen.We In
called already
in great variety, may be Lad when avowing, however a design to
who -I
to he able to give full satisfaction to all is the fashion pursue
do the as -
for. not parade names, a course untrammelled by the shackles of i
t favor them with orders. J
may Oidcrs from all of the Union will be of but we confidently appeal to
The introduction of machinery in place parts omc; nny party, we would not be understood af
,if the tedious and unhealthy practice of promptly and most carefully attended t ov,:' the experience: the past year affording being indifferent to the importance of cor.
for all
casting type by hand, long a desideratum by and fonts particularly furnished b in their supplying predecessors SORTS Bin an earnest of our zealous, untiring,and we rect principles. They wish however distinctly ,

the Iurepean and American Ponndc's, was, it Ronaldson, and> Richard Ronaldson. trust not altogether unsuccessful! exertions to have it known, that they will neither cl
American ingenuity aud a heavy render the character of the New
hy expenditure :Stereotyping: in all its branches, executedby to literary lead tho van nor follow the train of

of time and first money, on the part of our L. Johnson, as heretofore. Yorker inferior to that of no journal of its Designing Political Intriguers, who are men ,'
senior partner, successfully accomplished.
JOHNSON & SMITH.No. class in this country. of principle in proportion (to their interest.
Extensive use of the machine cast let.
f St. 1U33.: : H. Political Inldli cncc.-In this de-
ter has :fully/ tested and established its superiority George Philadelphia Several columns of tho Gazette will be tfr

in every particular, over that cast (yPublishers:: of Newspapers who insert partment alone docs the New-Yorker pre appropriated to Essays of'a moral and mis .

the old tins advertisement, and forward a paper sent an anomaly in tho history the newspaper ccllancous character under the
by process. head of
entitled to :
containing it to J. & S. will bo t .
The Letter Foundry business will hereafter press of tho Union. Our plan em- for "
$:3, payable in settlement of their accounts Saturday Evening. t
be carried on by the pmlies before braces the' collection of
when their bills amount to not less than$10. every The publishers are fully aware of the
named under the firm of &Co.
WhiteHagar item of political whatever be
intelligence .
J.S.S. difficulty of their undertaking, but place .
Their specimen exhibits a complete series
its character and in the
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bearing languageof
from Diamond to 14 lines Pica. Tbo Book (;II r..u', VALrAHLiVMINTEItiSTINO: WOKK great reliance on the public liberality,and
historical with tho
record and strictest
and \C\vs type being in tho most modern The Family Physician and Gazette of Human believe that a diligent attention to business

light and style. Life.BcJnj regard to the preservation of an unquestioned and a zealous effort to servo the public! willsecure

White, llagar & Co. arc agents for the neutrality between the contending to themselves a liberal share of
<< : Library of Health and Hygcnie! pat
sale of the :Smith: and Rust Printing Pressf )rftfllt-'Oi\jJopular; ; and General Medical parties, opinions and sectional divisions ronage.

< which they can furnish to their custom- existing in he( country. The Editor refers
Knowledge: rendered familiar to every The City of Tallahassee being located tin
ors at the manufacturer's prices. Chases, with a proud satisfaction to the fact that
individual : embracing every subject connected tie' centre of Florida and surrounded '
m'ases Sticks Ink and ,
Composition every with the prevention, treatment, throughout the past year, he has presenteda natural
Article used iu tile I by many advantages! ina
Printing Business! kept possessing
of lliocasct-the of
and cure qualities minute and circumstantial acconnt of all
for and furnished the shortest! given aroand its
sale on no space centre
a larger
medicines their and ill effects
on the elections which have taken place in the
Lice. Old taken in for than
population that
type exchange new of other
i. health-the ingredients of secret or patent any portionof
; at 0 cents pound. several States,during an eminently ardent the
per within
medicines.c true principles of eating Territory the same limits, has
".l 1 N. B. Newspaper Proprietors who givei and excited canvass, without once incurring but
: and drinking, eating and drinking one weekly newspaper. In additionto
: tho above three lO'crtionsvill! be entitled the tho of
censure or even exception any
to live-domestic cookery-chemistry- this there are valuable of
'o Five Dollars such articles ,* many sections
in as they may and a great variety of curious, valuable, political journal. And, while he reserves which
select from specimen r country, we doubt not, will soon'bo ,
I and interesting knowledge,of the highest to himself the right of commenting briefly into
New York, Iti33.: brought cultivation, should the '
-- -. .---- importance to all, and hitherto hidden but freely on the topics of the day,.and of prices of the present
of the II
iuJcn.'TNniv great staple be
B :; YofiKTVTif roUNDUY. from the mass of mankind. offering such suggestions as the aspects of maintained country
The ; must considerably any.
subscribers respectfullyinform Contributed to by a number of practising the times may seem to require he vet holds o
I the !printers' that they have recentlyomplctedavariety Physicians.The himselfpledged that such remarks shall not mcnt the population of the Territory. .}
1 I of new fonts of letter From tho considerations stated above
object of this work is to present every ,
in the st Ie of the latest interfere, in any material degree, with the have
) European specimen subject connected with diseases and its wo no hesitation in believing that we

1 well calculated for ornamental printing treatment. which, by its simplicity and perspicuity views, tho doctrines or the prospects of any may with confidence, rely for complete t

J or sasteful: display, and making nn assortment of its details, shall enable all who political party. Ho cherishes the confident success of our the '
{ of Printing Types unrivalled in wish i to be thoroughly informed in this most expectation, that the files of tho Ncw-Yor a on supportof {

beauty,extent and variety. A book of specimens interesting and important sciences. ker will hereafter be referred to for the trutho generous public. .

t may be obtained at the Foundry, Tho advantages: of such a publication to any controverted statement regarding CONDITIONS.-The Tallahassee Gazette J
No. U: Charnbcrsstrect, near Chatham: st. and General Advertiser" will be
all ranks of society need not bo insisted upon tho results of elections &c. &c. since its published I ,
1 It contains specimens from Twelve Line since they must suggest themselves to establishment with on a surer royal sheet, at four dollars per
mutual deference and i
I Pica to Pearl-curnpri ing ,
every reflecting mind. Under the influence annum payable in advance or on delivery l
I ,1.) forms of Roman Caps. with 1. case. of the diffusion ofsollnd medical knowledge with entire conviction of absolute certainty. of the first dumber. Four dollars and f'

'; :; dodo Italic do dodo I among all classes, empiricism must be III. General Intelligence- -Consisting of ty cents if paid after the fit
expiration of
s 5 title Roman Jo disarmed: of the/ dangerous! weapons with Foreign and DomesticNews, Literary Items, months six 1
r, dodo title Italic do or dollars if paid at the close
t d.a
which it wars so successively against the life Statistics, Brief Notices of the Drama,&c. of the
sh'd! Human du do of the abusive of medicines However year. ,
man; employment it may be the fortune of othersto
l 17 do Antique do dodo so baneful to health, will give place to obtain tho confidence and of No subscription will be received for a less
't 12it do Black do the rational administration of remedial patronage term than one year, and tho will
the paper not
public on the credit of prospective im- r
'J do Open Black do dodo be
j agents, and the scientific and experienced discontinued without orders until all
n and future excellence the arrearages -
dodo provements
do pub.
Script physician will be aided in his efforts to alleviate are paid.
5 Germ'n l'cxtdu doHTYPE the sufferings of Iu m anity. Nothing Ushers arc content to rest their claims to Tho first number
will be issued
:3 dodo 1''ol'nerom'ucaps\Vithfi s. that can add to the utility of the work public consideration distinctly on what the during

11 Two lines Italic capitals. shall! bo neglected. The principles of deft they have already accomplishedind respect- ensuing summer or early in tho fall.-
11)10 SliM: Caps of various kinds. and shall he Communications addressed to the
regimen explained, and their fully invite tho patrons of American literature publish r
r; do do do ers must to
Open application enforced. The ingredients of to examine their journal and post paid. ; I
7 do Italic capitals and : secret remedies shall be given and the whole, what it mil be from what it is. JOHN BALDWIN. f [

ornamental letters, backslope, subject of mate ria medica shall bo discussed: DAVID'SHEFFER.
When it is considered that )
inlinelottery figures, piece fractions, superiors and explained in lucid and simple style. no periodical Tallahassee
astronomical and othersigns, space C rA premium of $100 will be awardedto of like character for originality and varietyof April 17, 1835 l lDRUCE'SNJw.YoaxTYPE

nile, brass rules ornamental dashes, long the writer of the best essay (not exceeding literary contents, comprehensiveness of

braces, more than two hundred kinds of 20 pages octavo) on the advantages to plan, and the amount of matter weekly pro : FOUNDRY }

borders, and more han 1000 kinds of cuts the community of the general diffusion of sented, has ever been attempted in this Ab. 13 Chamber d. near Chatham. '
and ornunontfor school books
and scic'ntiticrorl,..; orders for, newspapers any of- directed medical knowledge.' The essays are to be country at a less price than three to five THE' price of five line Pica plain and an 1
post paid, to the editor, in all of
which or composing sticks, cases chases, June next. dollars per annum, the publishers trust they tique is educed to 25 cents a lb. and Six

1 &c will bco xpectcd with the utmost promptitude The award of the premium will depend will not bo deemed presumptuous in ex- line Pica and larger to 20 cents, thereby

f ,u large stock being always' on band. upon the decision of several eminent phjsicians. pressing the hope that their journal will attract than making these perfect metal types cheaper

They w ill aUo execute orders for printing the attention, even if it should not any other.
J proves' ink, &c. which they will furnish at the favor This foundry has bad added lately to its
J the manufacturers (O::: Editors, postmasters and others, are secure ,of the patrons of American former unparallelled
prices. respectfully/ invited to act as literature. II. assortment several si
agents. Any & Co.
1 of
Printers will zes Shaded,Condensed and
pleas pub-
newspapers Ornamented
who remits ten dollars '
person will have
4 l ism this! advertisement(with this note)three ten I CONDITIONS. Types, by which Printers tho letter-press
copies forwarded 1 'him. Persons "
times, sending a it remittingone The NEW-YOKKER will published are enabled to rival the r
\ paper containing to the dollar will have numbers ; every impressions from

1 Foundry, and receive payment when they All distant communications eight to be aodresscd sent.- Saturday morning on a largo imperial copper-plate in beauty; fancy and tasteful ,

1 purchase four times the amount of their hills to the editor,No. G Cortlandt street, New sheet of the best quality, and afforded to ,display.The f.

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New Y 0:1,. *The editor has Tho man, Italic, Black, !
? great pleasure in being experience of the past year admonishes Antique, Italian, Title,
(t'Ordcrsforthe above Foundry will be able to announce the approbation of many us to regard the advance payment from Condensed, Shaded, Backslope, German

attended to immediately if sent to eminent medical gentlemen to the Flail of distant subscribers Text, Ornamented,Music;&c. and also Pica

A. E. MILLER. this publication as an indispensable con. Fractions.-, Suo.-- ....,' rln... A.__-... ...i-- _
No. 4 Broad-st. .r dition. When, from peculiar circumstan tronomical and other Signs
Charleston, S. C. ------ -- ; Ornamented
May 23 NEiV-'Yo'llKER.. I ces, payment is delayed till the expirationof Dashes, Long Braces, Brass Rules,
I aearly
._- On the quarter, fifty cents will be added. 300 Borders, and
1 ---- Saturday the 21st of March, will| be 1 more than 1000 Cuts or s
FOUNDRY. issued the first number of tho second vol. Any |boson remitting ten dollars free of Ornaments(Newspapers, School-Books, 1

g : of Mr. RICHARD urno of TUB NK\V-YORKER and the charge to us,shall receive six copies for one and Scientific works. .

RONALDSON his lung:; established and Ushers trust this pub I year, and in the game proportion for a larger The subscribersfnrnisb
; very extensive Type Foundry, the subscri early announcement 11 ComposIeg-Sticks, ,
] bers have formed a co-co-partnership the attract the seasonable attention of all those number. Post Masters and others are Ink Chases, Galleys Furniture, Paper, .'

purpose of continuing said business, and fur n ho may choose lo commence their tutJ.scriptious respectfully requested to interest themselves article,aU kinds of Printing Presses, and every .'

{ the! convenience of their friends and ['it1 at that time. in our behalf, with tho assurance that the required in a printing-office, at the ,

1 runs, have removed their estaUuhfutiftis: amore Tun Nnw-onKEK will continue to preserve beit y jjossible terms will be afforded them. orders manufacturers'prices.for Stereotyping. They also execute

I central part of the city. At it is their time general character which has thus L l'ltO PEeTU 6J- '
intention to keep on hand good assortmentof far :; ? THE Printers of Newspapers| who publish this
secured it
the bent type, and to make such additions the approval of a steadily andrapidly TALLAHASSEE GAZETTE & GENERAL I advertisement (with this note) three times
and improvements as the taste of the trade increasing patronageand a popu. before the end of the year, 1835, shall re. '

, and the wants of the country require, they larity commensurate with the sphere of its The undersigned ceire payment when they make a purchase

1 flatter themselves that thus establishment circulation. Tho peculiarities cf its plan the City of Tallahassee propose publish in from the Foundry of.four times the amount

; will merit a large sham of patronage. They were adopted after much reflection; and we entitled Florida, a weekly of their bill. GEO. BRUC & CO.
have now several fonts on hand, which can have not learned that its prominent features newspaper Tallahassee Gazette New-York, Aug. 2 183:5. 42 "
be turnished few and Geeeral Ad crtl'tr." Its columns
at a hours notice, and are have failed in a
prepared to make fonts of all weights and approbation of its single point to receive the will be devoted to Politics, Internal Improvements I LEGAL COH'ri: HCING

sues, from Pearl to 82 line Pica including patrons$ and the public. ,and General Of
! : The paper will continue be Intelligence,comprising every land: executed wills .
a great variety cf Ornamental Letter.- to arranged as the
follows newt of the day, both Foreign
Their assortment of Cuts ; PROMPTNESS
and Dashes, Bran and'Domestic.
Rule, and other ornament will be found to I. Literary Department-Embracing tie In ,
with the Off
be very ext Djhe. of which specimen will whole outer form ot the paper, and custom, publish. APPUCATldjf, At, TUB .
presenting era will
be proceed in a brief manner >
forwarded very
to Printers tq
u soon twelve OFFICE
as they ample column of Reviews ,
-an fc<: rreF r ..1. i i of New I'ubitr! -jQsOrigintl and Selected hy before the public an analysis of the planon OP TILE CLERK OFTUE flUPffiDAnCOUJKT.
which the Gazette will be conducted.


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..- departed friends and relatives in a more j J- ced by the earth's motion operates to eflbcf

<.---- and enduring state of existence.- and fall of the
j MISCEttAyEOfB BKtECTlONS. perfect ENQUIRER. the rise waters, we do not

Have we experienced unkindnessortreacl. doubt but it seems to be the
among deep
from one whom we supposed to be our
IVIiEiU; LR THE pry Y1VES-T iiljSiTUnDAY.OCTODEn31.183
HE.*AT IS. friend Our injured feelings may be sooth secrets of nature guarded n the )

'Tis home where'er the heart is; ed, by addressing in prayer that graciousand prying disposition of securetiy )
Where'er iU lov'd ones dwell, unchangeable! Being, who'will never
cities .r in cottages, leave nor forsake those who put their trust (j j-Tbe November Term of the Superior "The long admitted tides
In Through haunts or mossy dell. in Hint' Has poverty 'like an Armed man' Court for the Southern Judicial District of of the sea has been recently called in question

heart' a rover ever, approached the habitation which was once Florida commences on Monday next.- by men of science and observation. (
The And thus on wave aud wild, the abode of wealth or competence Its There are, we believe, but few cases of importance They are of opinion that the theory docs

Tho maiden with her lover walks, disconsolate: inmates may. experience an on the Docket. not account for all tho phenomena atten

The mother with her child. alleviation of their distress, by looking up ding the alternate rise and fall of the water
to the God and Father of that Saviour who' ADMIRALTY COUBT.-The sale of the
Tis bright where'er the,heart is ; saved They are not prepared to deny the influenceof {
when on' earth, 'had not where to lay his goods from the wreck of sloop Hero,
Its fairy spells can bring head' It be suggested to their minds, ii ordered on Tuesday next 3d November.The the moon ; but they think it does not
Fresh fountains to the wilderness, that.their earthly may treasures are taken from cotton from ship Majestic of Boston wholly account for the effects; and there

And to the desertspring.. them, only to render them more sensible of will be sold on same day. 'nc sales of the fore that other causes or influences operatein

There are green isles in each ocean, the value of those durable riches, which are cargo of brig Sr adrift of N. Y. closed yes producing the tides. What these are is

O'er which! affection glides ; laid ,up in heaven for the righteous. Arc terday. They will amount, we understand, the inquiry. Has the motion of the earthon !
And a haven on each shore, we' in circumstances of doubt and perplexity to upwards of $50,000.The its axis some influence and effect ? A
When Love's the star that guides. ? How great is the happiness of being cargo of the brig Theodore of Phil late London periodical (the Nautical
able to repair to the throne of Him, who adelphia's now being appraised, prepara-
'Tis free where'er the heart is ; ordereth the steps of a virtuous man,' that tory to the decision of the Court as to the acnespeaks) ..f" the hidden secrets which/
No chains dim amount of be regulate the laws of one of the most Interesting
nor dungeon we may receive direction aud assistance salvage to received by the
:May check the mind's aspirings, from that God, by whom 'the very hairs of wreckers. The ,brig has been hove out and phenomena of daily occurrence,"
The spirit's pealing hymn our head are all numbered,' and who over- is now undergoing the repairs necessary to when referring to the tides. A wish tr
looks not 'the fall of asparrow;' who can enable her to proceed on tier voyage. collect facts and examine observations! '

The heart gives life its beauty ; throw a beam of celestial light on the pathit carefully made, induced the Lords of Arl-
i itsglary and its power,- may be most expedient for us to tread, r* (OCrWhen the Government of the/ Province miraltyin England 1834, to have the
The sun light to its rippling stream, and which finally conduct us to peace of New
Jersey was transferred in 1701to flowing and ebbing of the tides
And soft dew to its dower. > and safety. Are we separated for a time, accurately
by unavoidable circumstances, from the ob- the Crown, the proprietors in whom the noted-.\Inch has: been repeated! the present

TilE TIME TO WOO.Go jects of our affection Are any of them Government was previously vestedstipula. year. Various other governments in Eu

when the smile of gladnessIs wafted on the vast and treacherous ocean ; ted as one of the conditions tho rolrehave co-operated with the ill it tshin thin
!sporting on her lip or do waters, roll and mountains rise, between surrender And in consequence of a wish intimated
When love, despite of sadnesS, those who'are connected by the en- I that a sea port should be established in to the government of the United States,observations

The honey dews will sip: dearing ties of consanguinity and friendship I East Jersey, the privilege of which "shouldnot have bi en made for the sane
I L Go, when the sun declineth ? H.w great, my brethren, is the privilege I the Yard
be taken object at Navy Charlestown
forfeited or for ,
To ocean's liquid blue- of offering our mutual prayers ,to 'that away any
Go, when the {pale moon shinetb I omniscient Parent.'whose eye surveys,'at a misdemeanor whatever, but only the persons and it is believed! : in some! other places

s On Emily and you. I single glance, his intelligent offspring'in all guilty of the misdemeanor s'lould be But how these observations ale to assist informing
places of his dominion,' that he would bless a new theJl'Y'e do not perceive.
Go, when the maid is hushingThe and protect ourabsent friends and relatives' accountable and pnnisLablefor it." How lung from high tide to low, and the reverse -

swelling of the heart- that he would preserve them, to borrow the I We would recommend the insertion of a ; how ar.uclllalcr eachsticcess'ue high;h

Go when the maid is blushingGo comprehensive language ot our liturgy, similar clause in our next City Charter.uw I or low tide is than the next preceding; aiiHvhat
when the tear-drops start; from the dangers of the sea, from sickness, \ thcsituatron of tile moon, in rclatturr
-- I
Go, when the dove is cooing, from the ,violence of enemies, and from every VV"
LATEST FROM TEXAS.-By t Hie a'rival to vertical position, or nearly so, at tIlt
And yet I dare not say, evil to which they may be exposed. ,
But after all and of the of the Schooner moment of high tide; these are well\ known
your wooing, When, after the cares labors Leven Jones, frum Apalachicola I
The answer may be NAT. day, we retire to our pillow, with what sat- learn that aheady-some higher and more gent-rail
we has been
isfaction may we not commit ourselves, in war and powerful influence is to sought for,.
ADVANTAGES OF PRAYER. the defenceless hours of repose, to His gracious between the inhabitants of Texas, and which has hitherto been a scent, or has

Extract from a Sermon by the Reverend ,protection, who 'never slumbers nor the Government of Mexico. escaped notice to explain all and fully the

Isaac Doyle. sleeps;' who can guard us from the sudden! who Supplies oi ammunition, clothing/ &c. phenomena! of the ebbing and rising ot
tempest, or the fearful conflagration ; "
Man is a weak and dependent creature. the oceanic waters.
shako the of the midnight robber had been contributed to considerable!
can purpose a extent
He was brought into the world by the will
or-unnerve the arm of the lurking as by the merchants of New Ix
of his great and beneficent Creator. lie Orleans in NOBILITY IN TEorm.E.-We extract tic
the kind-
sassin. When also refreshed
by I
draws the God not who a breath made but the lie permission can neither of ly influence of ,sleep,, we awake with a vigor aid of the Provincials/ at whose head was following\ from the Washington:. National:

renewed like that of the and the Col. Austin. II ,
morning -
'will nor do,' independent of 'his good plea- Intelligencer. Tho young nobleman men
' sure* It is therefore, of unspeakable importance what light again salutes do our not dwellings, with Since the above was in type, we have turned will doubtless favor the world with
grateful feelings our thoughts
to acquire the favor of this Almighty
a ; eing. Now is represented- ascend in prayer to Him, who causes the seen a Mobile paper from which we extract a second! ahlion of Mrs. Trollopp work

s 1J in the holy scriptures as prayer one of the princi approach darkness!of his sun 1o dispel the shades of the following: after the tile usage received by them in thu \

pal conditions, on which we may hope to "Popular enthusiasm has manifested itselfat United States.
this invaluable benefit which indeed With what fervor are we not prepared to
secure ;
I may be said to include all others ; for ,supplicate his mercy and guidance throughthe once in New Orleans, by a large public Tho liiitish yacht Gem, belonging to

'in his favor Is life,' and 'his loving kindness ensuingdayt With..what that earnestness.are meeting, the otTer of a number of volunteers the Marquis of Wulcifr.rd, lately amvt'<
, t is ,,'nlter than life.: \.k,' we not disposed to.pray; he would
1 our Saviour, 'and it shall be given you; seek says :defend us from 'every kind of dangerthat and the immediate subscription of a in our water The Marquis, his brother

and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be open he would 'keep our tongues from' evil, and considerable sum of money. The meeting Lord Jocelyn, and Colonel Dundas, win'', I '
unto : 'If being evil, know how, to .our lips that they speak no guile; or, if our was held
on Thursday last
r give good you. gifts unto your children,how much minds should unhappily be disquieted by anger evening and the by his name should be a Scotchman, tj! '

t more shall your Father which is in heaven or passion, amidst the busy scenes before papers of that city say it was attended bya other three are Irish, dined with the Majo"

.t ; give good things to them that ask him?'- us, that, at down least, the sun may not' be thousand persons.Vm.. Christy' Esq. of New York on Sunday, and leaving thf:
It Prayer, then, is the medium, by which we permitted to'go upon our wrath.
was called to the chair and J. II.
Bryan, rather I late and rather
high, they comm'lite.
arc taught to expect things, which are TilE FEMALE ORPHAN."Ah .
p necessary to our well-being, both in time what is friendship but a name andJ. II. Caldwell appointed secretaries. sundry assaults in Washington! street, ujioi.
andin eternity. In therefore They opened a list for volunteers collected
._ proportion (
unoffending and
A charm! to sleep, passers by, lamps, windows
as undesirable that we should possoss them, thousand
A shade that follows wealth and fame Jive dollars on the spot.. api.ointcd! for which after
it must be beneficial exercise to approach pastime theyI'e; e
the Almighty in acts of supplication'for his But (leaves the wretch to weep." -11 correspond committee, and resolved bard battle, captured by the watchmen, and

mercies, whether of a temporal spiritual :There is something in the fate of the to aid arid support the 'J't'xians by every lodged in the watch-houso for the night
'i" nature. When, indeed, we duly considerthe
frcndlcss: that calls
Orphan for the
loudly means in their
power "consistent with the
The New York Times
importance of our relation to the Supreme thug relates the sf-
of the benevolent. Alt! who
Being;, as the author of our present sympathy can duties to our own government1 -a icscrva t11c1-
and the foundation of contemplate without feelings of tbo deepest ,
enjoyments our future lion with which
hopes when we reflect, that,as rational regret, the situation of the poor female we hope, all the proceed- When the Police Office opened this mor

and immortal beings, this relation can who has been deprived, by the stroke of ings in this interesting case, will bo tem- ning,four silly looking young fellows. son:t-
it be dissolved and that is the death of those whom "
never prayer to she looked lor pered. what the for the :
worse night's debauch all':
appointed i method by which we hold communion protection and support, and who has been Public have
meetings also been fIeld
with the Deity, we cannot, as have, thrown destitute the world to bear in encounter, vmu placed before the bar, am:

j already remarked, but esteem the privilege the contumely of the upon proud, and ;the scorn Mobile and other places. I the Marquis of Walerford, Lord John Be
this and
\ of addressing great glorious Being,
at one of the most distinguished which we of the rich,-with no friends to cheer her in OTWe' : are exceedingly pained to learn t re lord, and Lord Jocelyn, and Colom-:

can possibly enjoy. 'Is any one afflicted! the (hour of trial, no father to protect her from the Dundasof:: the Royal Guards, answered t"
'$ lays St. James, 'let him pray,' and the oil the insults of the unfeeling,-nor mother to (says CincinnatiVlug) that while lr. their
The Justice
f of divine consolation may be poured into watch over her in the hour of sickness! Clay was attending to a suit as counsel, iji names. Magistrate, llop-

.1 i f woghded osom. Docs his heart bleed Whose heart is so devoid of sensbihty, the Court House at Lexington, a few days bon, straightway informed them of the of

with anguish, and are his eyes suffused with as not to feel for the situation of her whose some altercation fence of which they stood charged, which
ago, took place between
the death of who (
tears, on one. was near
!.t and dear to him? Has ho consigned to the and sufferings whose have unfortunate rendered her weary of life, him and Col. IVoulleyss hen the latter struck they iu no very mild terms denied, and

tomb an amiable child, in whose life his circumstances are Mr. C. and made some high-toned remarks which rail:
fast bringing bar to the dark and immediately a general combat
like that of the 'bound
own, patriarch, was '
I up,' or a venerated father, on whose counsel tomb! The time has been, when hap took place between the parties litigant. We er served to put the magistl3te on his; "rt

t he leaned, and by whose paternal con piness attended her,-a mother to love her, regret to add, that the report states that Mr. served ,iotll::>>." lie soon made out a ton.mitmcnt .-

eolation his sorrows were soothed, and his and-a father to guide her; but alas! those C. during for them, and they were escorted
thcafl'ray was
oj burdens alleviated ; or a tender mut'ucrwho days have departed, tboseloys have glided considerably inju
instilled the earliest lessons of moral and red. As might be to Bridewell by some fifteen or twenty
expected affair
z ( away, never, never, to return. It te had
religion truth into his opening and susceptible created excitement watchmen. Here their illy brooked deg
mind thai she is languishing: on a bed of sickness, and further difficulties!
t whose untiring assiduities were radation led wick the
them into :
never wanting to him when languishing on suffering the agony of pain, deprived of were anticipated. We have no further squabble
the pouch of pain and sickness,and to whom medical: attendance; or it may be that she particulars. keeper, in which the noble Marquis was

t\ be was only doubly\ dear when oppressed has fallen a victim to the snares of floored, as was aso! one of his companions;

) vritb. calamity, or deserted ,b J the worldl villany--betrayed, deserted, lost-tier inward "TILE: TIDES.-In June last understood Here they remained several hours but "ere'
ho lament a departed we ;
Does sitter, whose peace of mind destroyed, with a
I ., pure and disinterested affection no misconduct broken heart, caused by the "inhumanity that the commanding officer of the finally liberated through the interference of

l change could; or a alienate brother who and shared no ctrcumctanoe his youthful of man. It may be that she finds reliefto Garrison here, received from tho War Department his honor the Mayor and the British Con-

sports,and was the familiar companion a "rooted sorrow" in placing her hope a cucular of the English Admiralty sul, after paying Carter the watchman: g 20

,, of his maturer: yean? Ha he. cooumted to in happiness: in a world to come. requesting that observations of the for injuries received,and listening to a mot
the dust, the remains of the beloved partner Poor and unbefriended Orphan! lonelyand tides should he
made from cuntins rebuke from the
of his life, who heightened all his joys, and unhappy female! Although the rich the 9th to the .magistrate.1' ,

participated, with endearing sympathy, in may mock your poverty, the proud treat 28th of the montb, and were at a loss for
all his griefs and troubles; or followed to you with contempt, the artful villain wound the motive which prompted the investiga 0):: -Wc perceive from the following conmunica'lton
his 'long home' a kind and faithful friend, that our"subscriber and frico i
your feelings, yet there is a Being who will tion. An explanation is
whom his given in the
to most private thoughts were us
guard with E. 0. M. (or M. E. D. whichever signature
you parental care, a Father to
freely imparted and whoso cheerful and follow; article from the
instructive cnynatbnoftfn refreshed and the fatherless" who will in tho end place August number be prefers) is somewhat offended at our cU
of tbo American
k enlivened his sinking spirits, when spent you in z home where sorrow will no longer Magazine. We shall be ing his article published last week "anon

with toil, or saddened by disappointment' mar your felicity, and where pain will no gratified: to learn that the observations so moue"-which we unwittingly did, tuppotmc

i I When mourning under such melancholy be- more attend you. O yea, there is a homo generally made,have resulted in the discovery that every thing wanting the real name oi

reaement.let him pour out his sorrows :at for the "eternal "
in heavene
t of the secret the author of and as
influences was that character
of his which ;
the footstool heavenly Father, 'wbo when their pilgrimage through this in con-
does.not willingly afflict grieve the chil.drenormep'aodbe tears shall have teen ended-whoa "their junction with the moon, occasion the phenomena be seems very desirous that the good people .
may rise from his devotions of the tide. of Key West should know who be is, a'('
with a less burdened heart. Hops dust shall return unto the earth a* it was, ? That another cause
may revisit his soul and suggest the dt UjLt I and their spirits ascend unto God wbpgatcthcio than *tho moon's attraction even it' aided now state for their information that Mr.

Jfal prospect of a nappy re-union with la* .*-{N. 1. M criticism upon our Editorial course, review


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I that after them the firsl of August master from the briny deep or, of tho this couple taken from the troubles to come, L
who telling in
Pvuy us last week, mid appears leafing a warning to those who arc left be ;
that: the of the chatter was dvc. watchfulness of the sagacious elephant .
from tbe communication below thinksltimself repeal hind, prepare for that olemndsssolutioo, .
"worthy of entering the lists" with us! ing. entirely( to the member rare flits CPUi over the, body of his dead keeper? "The which all must experience To make their

although we sometimes deal in doggrel t.|and now that tMh t it rli7itdTrnj nfivTiji>n ox," saith the Prophet, knoweth his own. peace with their Creator, now, while it i M
opinion should be the turning point iTi tliefIcctiMi'rtrkty called to-day, before the night oCdeatlic r.
1 1'rhyme.' We therefore take hack all we cannol see tliioiigliso uaiTaT cr"and numerous are the instances on "re takes them, 'when no man for

.1 said about our contributor's wanting a a piece ot sophistry. ilutSir, if you'say cord where not only similar knowledge has th ere is no work, nor device in the grave,

name. llial 'ilietmoU'd been manifested but also the. exhibition whither we are all tending. In view'Ofthis :
j I m piiuiisniug I passages* you ,
( i J When we gave place to the communication did not intend to prejudice t the political hi. towards man, by his dumb dependants of might, it what becomes our hands our duty find to to with To give our

; of E. B. M.last week, it was with the of of the two candidates for'
terests one ( that gratitude which is so often found wanting due heed to make our calling sure, and then
; fall determination not to admit any further this is the accusation) nnd you can get any character. indeed we goal rejoice in the prospect of

.; 'onttoersy the subject into our columns unprejudiced man to eggs: with you, we in the human death, and sharing a blissful eternity,knowing -

and we deviate from that determinationonly will readily: and candidly acknowledge on Man, while loft to plod through this th when absent from the body we shall 1.

j to show to our fellow citizens the injus the part of E. B. iM. that he has drawn hasty : world of care and vexation, is emphatically: be present with tlie Lord. A.PASSENGERS .

andto and improper conclusions. You apl>cal' creature-dependent,not only J
tice of the charges brought against us, a dependent
to fellow citizens to determine whether
show our willingness to give to everyone rr your not have deviated from the path of upon the Almighty Power by whom he and Intheschr. Le/cn Jones, from Apalachicola -

1 I a fair opportunity of expressing his views strict<: neutrality you (wo quote your own expression all things were created, but also upon his 1a., Messrs. Wood and Asber,' C Apalachico-

i upon matters connected with the prosperity and submit to fellow rtals-men like himself, travclhngthrough
) we are ready to In the schr. Charles How from St Marks,

.} of Key West. By admitting into our columns their decision.So the same rugged jKiths and subject R. Fitzpatrick Esq. of Key West, and C.

,j the communication which follows, although long as the result of the election was to the same diversified circumstances ot C. Williams Esq. of Tallahassee. .

,'J equally reprehensible in styie with pending, K B. M., we arc cnnfidcnt,,would life. It is therefore painful to the gen. In the Behr. Cilia from Mobile, Messrs.

f the one in last week's paper, we prove, we have been the first to reprobate a newspaper Roper and Van Week of Mobile ,
erousmind the whose industry In the 8chr.J C.
to sec man Calhoun from Havana,
on'cither side nnd therefore
the satisfaction of candid ) : suggestion I
g think, to
, every Messrs. W. C. Bruce S.
smoothed the Woodhury and W.
and have pathway
allowed remarks
i your quoted to pass unheeded enterprise
mind, that it is our desire to be neutral in Fales.
withan but when once the matter was decided sufficiently before him to allow his th 'IS In the !Moro Castle
all controversies so far as is consistent sloop from Havana,
I honest expression of our own opinions, he certainly did not anticipate a renew to rest upon those behind, whose ascent to Messrs. P. Hogan'and J. S. daungee.1iarflu .
al of the it shouldbe -----.A
snme spirit, even though -- -
j excepting when we are made as in the pro- clothed in different language. tho eminence he has attained, may have XntcUfacucc.

B sent case, a party ourselves. We challenge If we are to support a paper whose col- been retarded by some unfortunate occurrence '

1 any one of the anti-charter party to say umns are to be open to political management suffering from the ingratitude of PORT OF KEY W Ea't'. .r '

I that we have ever refused to insert an arti- ,justice to alt would seem to dictate those whom his hand has rescued from the ARRIVED.OCT. )

file expressing their views or wishes! that we should know it. We assert with ,
difficulties of their course. Yet such arc 25-Schr Thistle from New York ,
J Although we are tempted, from the lame confidence that many of your subscribers bound to St. !Marks. ,

l manner in which the attack of M. E. B. is did not anticipate such a ceurse when your the circumstances- too often presented to Sloop Thistle, Brown, Indian Key, to Ft 'tai I

made, to comment at length upon his communication l'ditorblll\b, rs commenced, and if it is to our view. The benefits received appear to A. Drowne.

U yet we will not trespass upon be continued, they, with ourselves, will be be !blotted from the tablet of"memory, and I Schr:; Leven Jones, Jones, Apalachicola,
t to devote their few dollars to sundries master.
happy a worthier
the who would have wandered
of readers than is man
the patience our more very
purpose. All your talk about 'devi i 97 Sloop North America, Rowland, Havana >
necessary to refute one charge. ces of I the cnem}" "anonymous writer" through the world "unknown, unhonorcd, to master. '

: After a vigilant and (we should think, "had we not reason to know from whence and unsung" had it not been for the aid Schr Charles Howe, Pent, St. Mark'It

fatiguing) research through our columns, in it emanates" &c. &c. is mere le.\,jter and which ho received, will oftentimes be found specie 28 to Fitzpatrick..
Sloop Francisco, Burrows, Havana
hopes of finding some delinquencies on our pitinclla; for what could a man do more tc the first to wound his benefactor, and even to master. !' r 1

part, the most serious charge that can be secure himself being considered anonymous elevate himself at the expense of the gen chr Blacksmith, Long, Tortugas, to &
b brought forward is, that on the first of last by you than to say, Sir, I am the W. Cnssans.

August, we attributed the abolition of the author, and you are at liberty to repeat it. erous mortal to whom he is indebted for his Scbr Clito, Howard, Mobile, ballast to

If this is idea of the word welfare. master.
city charterto the member from this county your anonymous
." This we unequivocally pronounces "we commend you to a better knowledge "One risetli by another's fall, and some fruit 29 to Schr master.J.' C. Calhoun, Ross Havana
J p
of dictionary.4'You do rise fast
untrue,and refer to the paper for proof of your so 30 Sloop Moro Castle, D. Burrows, Havana
that the provisions of the chartercan do what climates
say They forget they havcpasC ..
to master.-
what we state, for if our readers will trou ,
ble themselves so far a\ to look at the Enquirer be regulated without a public meeting A man may take lessons industry from Sloop Epen; Fish", Havana, to A. C. Tift
or a committee and we agree with you, andso the Bee in from the Lion and ethers. '
courage in
of that day, they will find, we were gen
can any body of people be governed by tleness from the Lamb, and in a number of Sloop Relief, Woodward, Havana, to mas '
r9 adverting to an article that we had seen in laws made without their consent or approval other qualities from thc habits and dispositions tei. .

U a St. Augustine paper, the writer of which but in direct violation of both. But of the beasts of the forest but from Sloop Paragon, II. Park, Havana to'mas
1 Lad made the observation alluded to. So still we contend that as every citizen will all learn ter. 1-
may gratitude, exhibited to- Sloop Morning Star, B ram an, Havana, to
be the ordinances authorised
strong was our desire to avoid any cause for guided by by wards one another mankind and let him master.
tile imputations now cast that wee charter, be they good or be they evil, he i
upon us profit by the knowledge he can thus acquire, SAILED, I
should. least ]have. voice in
Aid not copy the article in exteitso, as it was at a regulatingits to shun that course himself which it'pur- OCT. 24-Sloop Enterprizc,Dunce, Ha. ,
Wo would ask who is
far more personal than any thing relating provisions. : to sued by another: tow rds him, would lead vana. ,
regulate its provisions? is our representative 25 Sloop| Thistle Draman Reel
to the.. abolition of the charter that had appeared him to lament J MaKaiUude of mankind ,
Aj in to be guided by the opinions of one or with as raBroBpffSlfciha'kspeare i m 26 Brig Aldeberonto, Davis, SUiMarkiv.
our columns. tiro individual uf the community? or is ho 28 Schr Thistle, St. Marks. 4 ;
We now take leave of the subject, first to act to the best of his judgment? In either the following beautiful lines: V Sloop Francisco, Burrows, Havana. jl

D begginleave/ to state that we force the event it is ]highly probable that a char- "Blow, blow, thou winter wind, I" 29 Schr Caroline, Wood, Reef. 4
: Thuu art not so unkind Schr BlacksmithCoombs, do. t
Enquirer upon no one, and consequently if ter materially liflering in form from our As man's ,
ingratitude t U 30 Sloop North America .
I Rowlands
E. U. M. and his friends think their few dol- last will be obtained,and with the probable! Thy tooth is not to keen, vana. ,

4 hrs improperly applied, they are at libertyto powers of which we will be totally igno Because thou art not seen, Sloop Moro Castle, Burrows, Havana. t

devote them to another purpose than the rant. Although thy breath be rude. Sloop Morning Star, do' t

support of our paper ; and if our injury is It is our sincere wish to see our town Freeze, freeze, thou bitter sky,. Sloop Paragon, do

to be made the end of their exertions, we governed by men acting rigidly and elli- Thou dost not bite so nigh -- -- --,--- --,---. ,.. .I. ___". ,
I II As benefits ,
ciently to do which forgot ; .'
; experience proves
I assure them that, although we may becomethe that they must be supported !by the voice Though thou the waters warp DR. II. B. COFFERS nEWS :

mark for their arrows, yet,the j will fall of the people; and will they not he more rca Thy sting is not so sharp 'A-ItAN HIS PROFESSIONAL SER

blunted and useless as from a wall of adamant dy to extend this sl1I'portvhcn the efficacy All friend rememb'nng not. '11 t. VICES TO THE CITIZENS

leaving us unscathed. Under the of their "
own charter is concerned, than if QUit

Standard of Prosperity to Key Hrcttt we will 1 I in its draft they had never been consulted? there has MXT been DtLEOATE.-Jri considerable speculation as much119 OF KEY WEST .1

boldly stem the tide, and if we ate doomedto we therefore again desire to see ourcitizens the on
and much
sink, we shall do so with the consolationthat nnd householders particularly come together to !be subject telt in, regard to anxiety the is beginning U. 8. MARSHAL'S OFFICE l'

to the last WE WERE NOT BOUNTO er and agree definitely upon the provisions deem it our duty thus succession, we Key West, 9th October 1835. C
of a charter and thus early to state ourviews PUBLIC NOTICE hereby given, that
SWEAR OR SPEAK ACCORDING our regret in that 1
gentlemen who arc desirous of to an orderfrom the Honorable
ourselves is that and ,
TO THE DICTATES OF ANY MAS expressing you wo I the honor of representing the people of Superior Court for tho Southern Judicial t

TER. [Foil THE E.\o.uirtVnC-v: '' hold opposite opinions. We trust that wo Florida, may know beforehand, with whom District" of Florida, to me directed and de

We regret that your reply to I:. B. M. have satisfactorily has established the fact, that they will !have to contend Col. White I livered, I shall proceed to cell on Tuesday
your paper not preserved "sti let neu- the 3d day of November next
at the Ware-
not refuse
was so framed as to call for a few remarks, trality,"aud that the application of part yism services a continuance of his public house of F.A. Browne Esq. in the town of f
should the
as we admit that columns people require them. We
: your might exhibit to its columns was correct. Key West, at public outcry to the highest .
to our fellow citizens matter more Your concluding address to E. B. RI. say he will not, because he cannot consistently bidder for cash, tbe,cargo of the wrecked I I .

a r'elLlc.: But as yousj>cuk of him throughout we cannot imitate,such a course of abuse! with his former declarations; besides sloop Hero, consisting of packages assorted
as an writer will! we have his word to this effect in and seasonable dry goods '
anonymous we to never convinced a man of his error, and reply to ,packages of hard .
adjust a simple matter of fact, ask if E. B.M. could we decend to it we would be the remonstrances of hi friends against the ware.crates and casks of crockery, casks
unworthy '
1. in hii course indicated in his spirits, wines,lie. &c.THOS.. i
handing you : communication, did of entering the lists with so brilliant an Charleston letter. ; ,
not say that he was its author, and that as whose In a word, his friends think he has no rightto EASTIN, M. ,
adversary, proficiency in the style \A By J. A. THOURON, D. M.
it differed eeclme without
in opinion from many of his apparent / JM. E. B. their consent and bcha s.

fiends as to the means most expedient for -.H"iI""CL.... yileded to their opinion. This wo hope U. S. MARSHAL'S OFFICE

procuring a charter, you was at perfect liberty [FOR THE ENQUIRER.] r ) will be considered fair notice!!-[Floridian Key West, 14th October JP3S. 'I<

to name its author to all ..0.0Phrenological.A -- PUBLIC!
enquirers as,
It is humiliating; to the pride of man to
ID u matter of such general interest, he desired wag the other day, ky virtue of a decree of the Honorable Supewr -
neither think that the brutes! that perish," which speaking of Court for the Sontherri
secrecy nor neutrality of opin a man whose important air tour Judicial Dis-
ion ? When you subsequently told him in his majesty of dominion he is tempted streets attracted a great deal of notice, tort ot Florida,in Admiralty, I hall proceed .

that the article contained two paragraphs to despise, may justly claim a superiority remarked that his"burn,>of self esteem was vember to tell next on, at Tuesday the, 3d day of No
which! bore Warehouse of F. A. ,
rather hard on you Editorially, over him from the more constant exerciseof so prominent that ho couldn't keep his hat Browne Esq. in the town of West i
and I Key at
requested their suppression ho readycomplied on in a windy day. ;
public to the
outcry highest bidder cib
with the assurance that his objection many qualities which may be consideredas i T the entire saved foe I J
BBBB cargo from the wrecked
was not to you but to partY 3m' entering into the composition of virtue.. OBITUARY.BBBMBBH ship Majestic, consisting upwards of 1000

and di 1 he not assign good and 8uOicicntreason In generosity, courage, and attachment, [COMMUNICATED.. bales of cotton, and 13 hhrfs' of Tobacco;

for hit belief that your labors were man may meet with examples well worthyof DIED-At' her residence near TalUhas. together with the sails, rigging, anchors I
enlisted on one side, by calling see, Middle Floridaon the 25th strips Curoiture&c. r
attention '
; your 'hU attention in Aurustlast C '
to the following imsragc found the very animals that, Mr*. HANNAll A.MUVEHconsortofibe THOS. EASTIN, U.S.M. ,
paper of Octuber 3d? "VVc urge all in good your 1 by an Almighty decree, are made] to regard lato John Mciver, in the 34th year of her By. J. A. THOURON.. D. M. T

citizens to vote for no man"whflUn! lav*? him as their lord and master; but in no agoMr. -
of ihir,1 homy! resinciai in Mctverwas from Fayetteville N. C. FOR SALE. .
tic one particular
possessionofjrivilpges their
may conduct be
more and settled with his family in rflHE HOUSE AND LOT
thar: the Tallahassee e -
tojyjLQLcity in the Unin inhabitants of every safely followed, than: in the almost univer among Its fint inhabitants. Abqut t Jean cur.ied by W. II. WALL, foucrrS

fcc." and also arc alloagiinC"J sal exhibition of them of gratitude forbtncfts since he departed this life, leaving an.aJfec. w ich will be moderato,apply on the nre'
Y to the 1 tionate wife
following in t e and three four
or mises. Oct.
children 24
I to [47lf.:]
same paper"there Who does not remember lament his
can be but one opinion loss. He died the death of the .
as to the course our delegate should pursue the gratification experienced in his jouthful 1 righteous. Mrs. M. had partially recovered FOR .
from the SAG) .
In relation to iur city charter, a subject of days,on the perusal of the affecting anecdote when she (irreparable loss of her husband+ T I\E ,Lot of GROUND I
paramount importance wu seized with a fit of sickness lately owned by
and which think R.
should Lethe we of Androniclea and Ute lion? Whose and earned to that home from whence'no wards Mallory, 106 feet front aDd tip.,
turning of
point of the election 200 feet in
Now heart has not throbbed with like traveller return. She was amiable and depth with as groukt
: you M something number or
not tel! us verbatim lovely Plantain btafrs aDcf'otbe
*U her t
member of the r ;
et (literatim" ,"damn vote for Richard Fit?. the satisfaction which a worthy act of one of Methodist Church manners, and a a Christian. Tbe tr the.'e1, handsomely walled io, mss be bad oil
patrick, you cannot so far presume on the! his own kind will induce,on hearing of the l community in which she resided ha lost "I most reasonable terms. To insure' Ua ;

3 ieiitcp (,f your readers a* in !I1Irpl'l e, exertion!*" of the faithful og this office.
proserre The, io tbe brief space of two jean was Apply 7. *
Oct. 10, t836. ( *-Utt.]

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March. 82,50 63,50 71,161 29,00 13,75 1,00 9,093 I 0,050 of the Key West Enquirer. great British and American poet, from
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JUDC. "' 89.50 73,50 80,917 16,00 11,50 4,50 8,596 1 I 12 3,150 A monthly Magazine, containing Tales, to time, with a general critique on the au.
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:; Essays, Poetry, au and review of Shakspeare} will be forthcoming :.
8eptemb. 88,00 73,00 80,720 15,00 10,50 4O0,015 2 16 5,900 thors, the Quarterly representation of in February Bryant's will follow
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The Thermometers arc RUTHERFORD'S self Registering horizontal thermometers -colored. Music of the newest the reader's attention the undertaking
styles, &c. &c. is one of the greatest expense and la-

' ," kept within doors, but in a free circulation of air during the night as well as the Published regularly on the first day of every bor. The likeness shall all be taken by

day. month by Louis A. GOUEY, (It JYo. 3, the best masters.

Athenian Buildings, Franklin Place, The Magazine is printed on super-royal
=== -- Philadelphia. paper, ni quarto form, and stitched in a
L1ffltcr11L. end*-rickety beans are hanging down his Embellished with a beautiful and extensive handsome cover.

back, and mustard and cress over the other variety of engravings, from originaland Office: GT Liberty-street, New-York.
I A SPLENDID DESCTIPTION OF TIlE ALPS. parts of his body-making him a truly selected designs, both colored and ** ** Editors of Newspapers wishot
-Much as we talk of nature, there are pla- pitiable sight.ORIGINAL title and -If.Ji.
plain, with two engraved pages, exchange with u*, will oblige by copying
;, ces where we feel that our previous con- distinct indexes intended to
two ( perfect this prospectus and forwarding their .
ceptions have been dim and narrow. He, NECDOTE.person, on separate volumes in the year,) also, a choice .
t # who crosses the Alp, will experience this whom the Temperance Reformation had collection of Music. original and selected, .'
with a certainty, that produced no effect, entered, in a state of
sensation mingled
g exhilliralion in arranged for the piano or guitar, with near
and and mil- a temperance grocery, a PROSPECTUSOf
thousands of poets,
pamters neighboring town. "Mr..-," exclaimed ly 600 pages large octavo letter press, and
live and die without evensuspactin.t a Monthly Magazine, to be cntithd
of others
lions ,
e he, do to only THREE .
the ut'nL
l tho power of scenery over take rof this contains ,
Each numbe
"Yes'replied'the periodical
To be publish! in Charlatan, S C.W .
mind. Our journey across the Splogen "we have cold waterthebest
some 48 of extra royal octavo letter ,
pages piess IllLE
was, to us, a day memorable for ever. Our thing in the world to take" "W ell, printed with clear, new, and beautiful type, numerous issued literary pfiiouVcals ;
Irom the
I know it are American '
recollections are of grandeur-gloomy replied the Bacchante,"there'sno arranged after thc manner of the London )
p vastness-awful solitude eternal sublimity. one thing-that's done so much for na- ( PItwhich::: arc liberally patronized has
that." "La Belle Assemblee, ) on paper ot'Ihe been a subject of general that
tho ascent of vigation as regret, srco:
There moments, during ,
were finest texture and whitest color. Jl i is embellished -
Whoever the discontinuance: of that able work, the
a kind strange and new to me. OLD FABLE- Thare is deal of with splendid Engravings on Copper -
under the if he a good Southern Review, there has been uo Magazine
seeks "something new sun, pith in the following eld fa leA man had andSleel, executed by artists of Ute established in South Carolina affording

him ascend
has dwelt on a plain, let a the choice
the least of three
committing highest skill and distinction, and tmbiaang:
suitable medium which
I and he will find it. a through the
Veritable mountain offences-murder, robbery or drunkenness.
, wonder and every variety of subjects.-Among these: opinions of! our best writers might U
He choso the latter and
Awe, amazement, gloom, -got drunk, then of
arc Popular Legends, Romantic -
I: during which you cannot smile, committed the other two" brought to bear directly and usefully upon;
rapture Incidents, Attractive Scenery, and!
the mind. It is with
Tho road windsup public a view lo ma:
I combine to elevato you.
.r and and up-a mad stream, white A western paperalluding to the 'hardnessof portraits of Illustrious Females. The cumber this demand! that the publication of tin

with foam up, thundering all day by its side the tunes and (tho difficulty of collecting commencing each luarter contains a Journal is proposel-aIIlJ that the general: ,

amid slopes and cliift, forests anJ vales bills, tells the following:-A gentleman picture of the existing Philadelphia Fashion and substantial support of the citizens ol
and hut or ragged town called at the house of an honest old lady, ?, designed, engraved: and colored ex- tIC! South, i is: respectfully solicited.
then a plain a poor ,
t and some beggars. You pause and rest; for the purpose of collecting asmall debt. pressly for this work, by competent persons The proposed Magazinevil: consist of
then and up-winding and Not recollecting the amount he promised specially engaged for that purpose. Tho original communications on Literary and
and again, up
through tremendous to send in his bill that evening. The old Embellishments of this: charier which have I Scientific subjects, of notices! of recent I

t ravines turning-sometimes-sometimes by magnificent water- lady supposing he meant his son William appeared in f former numbers, arc confessedly I publications, particularly in the department I
replied "our Sail with superior to any which have been f'uinish- I of and Literature of
falls-sometimes along giddy and yawning never set up anyOne light fugitive popular
-but Bill's clever fellow and ed in any other similar Amuicati publication tales: historical and local
still always up and up. yet a suggested by c*
Then the face of the earth changes, and they may build u fire in t'other room. and from the arrangements which have sociations, of Poetry and Political Intelligencc. ] '

the fades neatly away, and the naked, been made, there is every reason lo believe Its columns arc intended! to atlord:

t everlasting crass rocks lift their gray backs thro' SY31J> intend going to they will bo improved in the coining vol a vehicle for the free, but temperate, di: '

\ the soil., The1 tempests of six thousand the -'ijDO tomorrow?" umes. In addition to the several Embellishments Mission! of all, questions, which, fiom tkit

have beaten against them. Now the asked r at a morniug just retried lo, every number' importance, interest, or attraction, are illserving
years 1 contains several Engravings on wood. representing
road steals through a desert of endless of the attention of an tducatic
*i., tones, broken and scattered about-now-, i'i '! I cannot exactly say. Are there :;and foreign and native scenes, curious I eOIlIl lIllilJ'. If it shall becom', what u*

through a longdark gallery, wet and drip- ny engaged?" interesting subjects, natural /history, name imports, Journal of strict Southern
at tho brink of a trcmedous U "Yes, a great unrnber." Entomology, Conchology, Humorous IncIdents Literature-if it shall! serve to !place upon:

ping-now which imagination would "Then 1 believe I shall go and take the Ornamental Productions, Embioidu record a true account of tIle opinions, I tU!

receive precipice as, the summit your of any mountain; children, for the poor little creatures have: ry, and other needle work, Riding, Dancing I ings, habits, and general tone of tlm.kiir; ;
panting, sweating not had a ride for tho last six weeks. &c., besides: one or more nieces of of an enthusiastic and higli-mindcdptori'.t:
the toiling, [
but I
anon, popular Music for the Piano
or I
horses drag you around an angle of rock;and Guitar. -if, under the enlivening inspiration of ti><'
lo above overhang other cliffii and W ALTZI G.-Tile Nashville Banner says: Genius Loci, and with the approving Min'i-1'

i Other mountains you in the sky; piles, swells "A lady in Nashville being asked to waltz, Every six numbers of the work form an of the generous, and the Fair, and the cor.

j i and pyramids of snow and ice; and, so gave tho following sensible and appropri- elegant volume suitable for binding and currence, and efl'ectivu aid of the !carneu

i near their awful heights as to startle you, enough'No,thank ye, sir, I 'have hug with these are furnished gratuitous a superbly and talented men among ufc,if it shall cor-

tho white lire runs yet higher and higher, at home.' engraved title page and a general tribute, in any small degree, to secure for

and believe not that it is your path still index of contents. Q- The terms of the the South that elevated literary position o*
i r ao far above you-and yet it is. GREAT NATIONAL WORK.( Lady's Book arc three dollars in ada(:ncc. which it i is entitled, and which it is capaLk]

The earth is now 'totally changed and AftimUCAN MAGAZINE, Persons remitting Ten Dollars shall bo entitled of maintaining, its design will then be fullyaccomplished. ;

m- the temperature, and atmosphere, and heavens Of useful and Entertaining Knowledgeto to four copies of tho work. Persons: .

are changed You wrap your heavy be illustrated by numerous Engravings.BY remitting Fifteen Dollars: shall be entitledto Thu work will be conducted by the sat

t cloak around you in tho biting cold. Dark THE BOSTON BEWICK six copies of the work, and additional! scriber, assisted: by several literary gentlemen

t clouds are rolling gloomily over your path, COMPANY. copies of the best engravings: I'ursunsprocuring who 'have pledged themselves to ten
and the white snow shines beneath you, The success which has attended the pub Ten Krjw Subscribers, and forwarding tribu'e! constantly and liberally to its columns

r and winter wind shakes violenly the closed lication of the best Magazines from the the cash for the same, besides a who are interested iii its success

glasses of your carriage; and, as tho road, English Press, has led tu preparations for discount of fifteen per cent., shall bo pre- and who think the present a favorable juic

I still mounting and bending up and up, issuing a periodical more particularly adap- sented with a copy of the third volume of lure for time commencement of such an en

tpJ turns your face now to tho right-now to ted to the wants and taste of the American the work superbly bound. ferprizu. It will be printed in an octaic

Uio left=you catch, far below, such awful public. Whilo it will be the object of the .-- form, on firm (paper, iu monthly numbers of
proprietors to make the work PROSPECTUSOf
sublime -such dim, : strictly what 50 each and will be ss
: gloamings econtry pages put to press
its title the
} indicates it will Third Volume
nevertheless of the
of cold contain -
wild depths of azure- soon as a sufficient number of subscriber
blue, lifted and built up around you in the I I which all articles of interest to its patrons, WEEKLY PARLOR MAGAZINE.: can ho obtained to authorise its publication.The .

eternal silence and shrouded in the mist appear in foreign Magazines. A paper devoted to Literature "Journal" will be furnished to sul
I Extensive preparations have been and the Finc Arts the
entered Drama '
that soul is hushed ( ; scribors! at five dollars
and payable
storm, your very per annum,
into both this fashions Tales
with I
and chilled, and you feel as if death, artiste and Authors, to ; : ; Essays!! ; Biographical at tho expiration of six months from tU
the king of terrors,had here fixed: his home; furnish, from all parts of the Union, draw- Sketches; the History of Women; harmless date of the first number.
ings and illustrations of Satire ; Review of New Works
and, were a apectra to stand in your path, every subject of &e. DANIEL K. WH1TAKEF.
interest which &c. and
tho embellished
publishers ; with pcrilJ'r
su Engravings
r or to lean and beckon to you from his confidently Charleston, 2 believe will enable them to issue a work : : ; Fine Wood Cuts Plate of the
of rolling mist would behold him At JV i
ear you Fashions n meeting of The Literary and
honorable to its title aad acceptable to the and Music. Price three dollars
.. without starting, for your imagintion can American People. .per annum payable in advance losovhical Society nf Stliiffi Carolina., rodyened
scarcely be more excited. A cataract, the March following
' The I i on 27th 1835, the
I \ which on-.. the- plain would draw all Euro The American Magazine is published meridian AUOR of its MAGAZINE is now in die Resolution was ofR-re'l by Bcnjamn,

to it as a fashionable resort;is here no monthly-each number contain ing between hopes without popularity shadow; and as aspiring Elliott, Esq., seconded by Myer 31. Cohen
curiosity. Its lonely thunder swells and and! cloudless Esq. and
and ,
forty fifty imperial octavo pages, at Two prospects without a !horizon unanimously adopted:-
f dies away in the interminable solitude. Dollars per annum, payable in advance. cheer it on its continue to Retired, That The Literary 4" Philosophical
Twenty times we thought ourselves at the way may reasonably an- Society understand, with high
height of this stupendous roadand yet its It comprises-Portraits and Biographical I general ticipate a long day of trmmph. For gratification, that Mr. Whitaker is about
appeared ever mounting far Sketches of distinguished Americans appearance, mechanical arran elucnl
Zigzag course ; and commencing a monthly Journal, to be devoted
before us, up and up, till thecold grew ex. Views of Public Buildings Monuments, typographical execution, it may to the advancement of Southern
justly assert
treme, and the darkness'of night overlook. and improvements ; Landscape scenery mast beautiful its claims to rank among the I Literature, and, with pleasure, declare theirpjnjgnjpjjyd
;, ed; and we were completely lost and enveloped the boundless variety and beauty of which, I! States.-The periodicals 1 in the United full qualification for such ai.

in heavy, wet clouds, rolling around in this country, will form an unceasing to Literary if department is contributed undcrtakiD: ,.and :'comply- with his roquet}

03 like a mighty ocean.-[Fay' Sketches. source of instruction and gratification. ; Engravings I in the country-men by many he ablest writers to be permitted to publish the proceeding! *

and descriptions of the character, whose names, if they of the society, and such communication
ACTIVE MEDICINE.: caricature has habits, &c. of Bird, Beasts, Fishes, and i, gave us the permission: to use them, would to the society, as the curators approve.Signed .
ave us trouble may
been lately got up in London on1 the Insects,together with every subject connec on the public of circulating our claims ( ) JOSEPH JOHNSON,

Hygeian or Vegetable Pills. A poor ted with'tho Geography, History, Natural through the medium of a President, ttffi-
wretch is represented as having taken a I and artificial resources of the country, illus prospectus. JACOB De LA MOTTA pro
For selection Secretary.
for the cure of tho tooth ache-but hated in a !familiar and the literary ,
dozen popular manner. America md half gardens of all| (O r Subscriptions to the above work will.
lying in the wet all night, the Vegetetable BOSTON BEWICK CO. so that if fail CurClpo are open to us: be received at this Office. April 21,
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his body. A great gooseberry-tree has O Editors of Newspapers throughout t:1ste.-The: must be only attributed to a want of n NEATLY iiS

taken root on his head-leeks, onions, the United States who will publish the duo attention."FLihion shall meet with OF LADING PRINTElJ

and carroty have shot out from his fingers foregoing Prospectus, and notice the con menu to obtill1the We bare made arrange- AND FOR SALE AT
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