Key West enquirer
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 Material Information
Title: Key West enquirer
Alternate title: Enquirer
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J. Atkinson
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1836
Publication Date: 1834-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 15, 1834)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042438
oclc - 33270645
notis - AKN0302
lccn - sn 95026781
System ID: UF00049046:00055

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rrm.isifc'n VVKVKLV; AT The regular teens arc held at Key Weston .1 l All Vessels bound through the North tho boundless variety and beauty of which, It:.i[

FIVE DOLC.tI1911ER ANtflUf.: the first Mondays in May and November'1 West Pass, and touching at Key West for in this country, will form an unceasing : 1i
the purpose of landing passengers, letters, sourco of instruction and gratification; En. ::
( f Subscribers at a distance must pay in COUNTY COURTS obtaining supplies of piovisious, wood or and i '
or cravings descriptions of the character ;
advance, or have an agent in cityAnvEtiTisEMETs to
The County Courts, having n limited civil water,shall depart without being subject habits &c. of Bird, Beasts, Fishes, and
inserted at the rate: of the above ordinances, unless the master of ;i14
One Dollar and I"ifty.t'nts per square, (of jurisdiction and original jurisdiction! in all I the said vessel shall request a pilot to take Insects, together with every subject connected \:

fifteen lines,) for the first insertion, nlld.Heventv.FlVe .I matters relating to Estates, Guardians,I charge of such vessel and take her out over with the Geography, History, Natural (l1 1
Wards &c. held the in the
arc by Judges
Centsfor each subsequent' I several the Bar ; for which services he shall receive and artificial resources of tho country, illus i::
continuance. All Advertisements ill be I countiesscini-annually. I the usual rates of pilotage. All pilots de'' trated in a familiar and popular manner. '

continued until otherwise ordered. None APPELLATE: COt Hl'. i I tained on board ot any vessel, by the request BOSTON BEWICK CO.
will considered less than n !! shall receive for
square.t7 of her commander,
The Court of Appeals consisting of the No 47 Court Street. ,'
( No subscription will oe discontinued three dollars
Judges of the several Superior Courts i each and every da"a service i 7-Edilors of Newspapers throughoutthe
(unless at the option of the Editor,) until all and above his pilotage. Fishing -
day, over
held Tallahassee the first per
annually on United State, who will publish the
arrears are paid. Smacks and Wrecking Vessels shall not
All letters to the Editor on business, Monday in January.OITICERS be subject to this ordinance. foregoing Prospectus, and notice the con

must. be Post Paid. OP Till: CUSTOMS. Opte.. Unit further ordained. That any I tents of the Manatine from time to time, f l.t!
-- .-- vossel- i having:passed the buoy on the Bar of' shall be entitled to the first volume. !i 'i
FLORIDA DIRECTORY.Compiled I District of St.
.Augustine.Collector; John the North West Passage, before having Any person remitting the Agent, by mail, If
for tho Kcy:West Inquirer.' been boarded by a pilot, shall not be obligedto postpaid, Ten Dollars, shall receive six rsl
Any error will he ( corrected arid addition take the same ; but in case a pilot goes for continued
District of Pensacola Collector, Robert copies one jearand as long
made on the Editor's being notified of such onboard by the request of her captain, then
omission. Mitchell., Inspector, R. Mitchell. Surveyor as the money is regularly forwarded.
error or he shall receive the usual pilotage.Sec. .
: ., ;-- Win. M. Loftin. : 5. Be it further ordained, That all A liberal price will bo paid for appropriate .

XFCUTI\'H.: vessels hound into the Portof Key West, and well written articles or drl1\ingsr;

1'dvcrnor, JOHN: II. I'ATON.: Secretary, District Dell. of St. Johns Horatio-Collector J. James and spoken by a pilot, Boca Chica bearing illustrative of national subjects, possessing ti
GronWe K. WAtsxu.IIGISL1TUItl Inspector, Dexter. North or North Westerly, shall pay full interest. Subscrintions itveivoil- at this

I pilotage at the same rates as though she bad -'i'ho can 1'-
District! of St. Marks Collector, Jesse II. I, Q work be seen a} tho Of 'e
:. been brought In over the main ship channel. ?
WIllis Inspector Burr II. Duval. Inspcctor of the Key West Inquirer ,
The Legislative Council is composed of All vessels arriving and not having been '
Steele I'
tworify-six members, divided among nineteen Augustus Tampa Hay.District spoken by a pilot before passing the above 'I:> K. WHITE & WILLIAM IJA04 ; A

Counties. *s follows Leon, \tur ; of pa-acllicola-Cnllector! G. J. named limit, and being three miles from the I "ESPECTFVLLY Inform the Priner. 'I'
Kscarnbia Two ; Gadnlen, Tien ; Jackson! riuyl.! Inspecloi, W. U. Price.Dulrict light house on Key West, shall only be subject of the United States, 7W ; 'Jefferson, Tico ; St. John, Two; j to pay half pilotage ; but if not spoken long been individually known as established

\\ nltml, Washington, Franklin! Madison, of Key West-Collector, William until after passing the aforesaid limits, in Letter }Founders that they hare now form
; Hamilton, Columbia 1.Iacljir.l, [)uval, Nassau IA. WhitehcaJ. Inspector and Deputy that case she shall be exempted from payingany ed a co-parlneniu'p in said business and \

ft Mosquito, Hillsborough, and Monroe, Collector, Adam Gordon. Inspector, :tilejphen pilotage. hope from their united skill and experience, ,'
OIK. each. I R. M allor)'. TlTIp.V and/ Sec. 0. Re it further ordained, That alt to be able to give full satisfaction to all who

Ganger, William 11. Wall. Appraisers, vessels ajriving through the WmtPasb, and may favor them with orders.
Delegate to Congress, Josrra :M._WHITE Charles M. Wells, George I E. Weaver. the East cud of tho Dry Rocks, to the The introduction of machinery in placeof

Inspectors, Charles Howe, Indian Key. Westward of Sand Key, bearing Southwest the tedious and unhealthy practice of
ELECTIONS.: John Duhohc, Cape Florida. shall pay full pilotage, but if not spoken until casting type by hand,long desideratum by
The eteetionsfurrnenihersof Legislatitc I parsing the aforesaid limits, and being tho European and American Founders,was,

Council take place annually on the second RANKS.!: three miles from Key West light, only half by American ingenuity, and a heavy expendIture

:Monday in October ; and Delegate to Congress Dank of West Florida, Apalachicola, chartered pilotage shall he. recovered_ ,.but. if spoken of time and money on the Dart of our
liinmially on the first Monday in 10'21( apital. $.>OOoou.( alter passing the atoresaiu limits, shall be senior partner, first sllcce comp1isbed. .
May. President Cashier. exempted from paying pilotage. Extensive use of the cast let-
-' ,. Sec. 7. Be it further ordained, That all I ter, has fully tested and established its superiority

JUDICIARY.Superior Rank pilots who shall bring a vessel into this port in every particular, over that cast
of Pcnsaeola, Chartered 1 1C31
; : -Cap-
: Courts, having Admiralty Jurisdiction. ital '!,! fOUO. shall be entitled to carry her out, unless the by the old process. x t
.. l'r identr..Uer Caihier- commander can show good and sufficient The Letter Foundry business will hereafter .
EASTERN DISTRICT-comprising the. ( Callin.Gregory. cause; to the contrary. Any vessel arrivingat be curried on by tho patties before ,

Counties of Nassau, St. Johns, Duval, Columbia -! this port without a pilot, shall have liberty named under tho firm of White,Hagar&co.
; to depart without a pilot, unless the Their specimen exhibits
Alachua, IliUsborough xnd part of Dank of St. Augustine. Chartered 1U31; captain complete series
Mosquito. i shall wish one. from Diamond to 14 lines Pica.' The Book ,

Judge, RoRcnT RAVMONH REID. Attorney, ,I Not Capital in$300,000. I Sec. n. If any pilot shall speak a vessel and News type being in the most modern
THOMAS DOUHI.ASS. Marshal S.\MPFI. ( yet operation.) bound to this port, outside tho limits, and light and style. I

BI.AIH. Merchants and Planters Rank of Florida ,I the captain of said vessel shall refuse to White, liagar & Cp., are agents for tbe ,
take a pilot, lie shall be liable to pay full sale of tho Smith and Rust Printing Presses -
Tallahassee! Claarteretlll'J'l.Cap 1 pilotage, and the pilot so speaking him shall 1 which .
The regular terms are held as follows :- tal !(10O00. they can furnish to their customers
I $
Tor St. Johns and Mosquito Counties atSt. President Cabhicr be entitled to carry said vessel out, unless, at tho manufacturer's prices. Chases, "
Augustine on the second Mondays in the captain refuses to take a pilot out, in Cases, Composition Sticks, Ink and every

I March and October. For Nassau County, Central Rank of Florida, Tallahassee, which} case the pilot shall bo entitled to half article used in the Printing Business, kept

on the second Monday in April and No Chartered I IK32: -Capital $1,000,000. pilotage out. for sale, and furnished on the shortest no
1 vember. For Alachua,Columbia and Hills- President, Den Chaires.' Cashier LeslieA. Sec. 9. All pilotage shall be recoverable tice. Old type taken in exchange for ties
: borough Counties, at N C\vnannille, on the Thompson. forthwith before any justice of the peace at 0 cents per pound. '
1 Wednesdays after the third Mondays in upon affidavit of any pilot, that ho spoke N. B. Newspaper Proprietors who give

,' April and November. And (orDIJ\'aI"ouu- Commercial Rank of Florida, Apalachicola, said vessel or boarded her outside the the above three insertions, will be entitled
ty at Jacksonville, on the first !Mondays ir Chartered! 183i-Capital oOO,000. prescribed limits, and that the captain of.to Five Dollars in such articles as they rosy
:May and December. Chancery terms are (Not yet in operation.) said vessel refuses to pay pilotage or half select from our specimen.BRUCE'S .
held at St. Augustine on the second Mondays ilotagc, in or out as the case may boo .....

in July and SeptemberMinni.E Union Rank of Florida,Tallahassee: Chartered Sec. 10. All pilots shall have a good and New-YotrgTYPE FOUNDRY
ftiiflicicnt pilot boat to cruise outside of the

Distiller--Comprising the Conn-: President, John JO.'JJ: -G.Capital Gamble$JOOOOOO., Cashier, John Reef, and the name of such pilot boat shall No. 13 Chambers tt. near Chatham.

ties of Leon, Gad&den, Hamilton, Jeffersonj Parkhill. witii be painted in legible letters in her mainsail THE price of five line Pica plain and antique .
the number of
and Madison. branch underneath
/ the is educed to 25 cents a Ib. and Six

Judge, THOMAS: R.\ n.\u.. Atturncy,' Farmers Rank of Florida, Mariana Chartered same. line Pica and lartrrr to 20 font__un.. lherilllb"____ _! _
JAMES D. WKSTCOTT. Marsha], THOMASESTIN 1 :H-Capital $7J,000.: -- making these perfect metal types cbeapeithan
R.t''fDOLPrr. (Not in operation.) JUEAT NATIONAL \YORK.AMERICANMAGAZINC. any other. s
-- This foundry has bad added lately to its t

The} regular terms are held as follows Hank of Jacksonville, Chartered pus Of and formerunparallelled assortment several sizes y yo
For Hamilton County, at on the first Capital $73,000. I useful Entertaining Knowledge of Shaded, Condensed and Ornamented

.Mondays..._ .. u ,in.. June and. .. December.__ For. (Not yet in operation.) be illustrated by numerous Engraving!. Types, by which Printers the letterpressarc
.ualJl'Ion \onnir, at aan rearo, on me ------ -- -- ,I BV TJIK BOSTON BEWICK COMPANY, enabled to rival the Impression from .j
Thursdays after the first Mondays in June For lie information of transient vessels' Thesucccsu which has attended the pub copper-plate in beauty4 fancy and tasteful 1

and Dr'cemhcr. And for the remainder of passing Key West, we give the following. lication of tire best Magazines from the display. ,

the District, at Tallahassee on the first RATES OF PILOTAGEas English! Press, has led to preparations for The assortment embraces t50 sizes or '
Mondays il and October.WESTER .
Apt established by the County; Court. i issuing a periodical more particularly adap varieties,from 12 line pica to ,pearl, of Roman .

D"TRrcT-Comprisinf the Re it ordered by the County Court, that all I ted to the wants and taste of the American Condensed, Italic, Black Shaded, Antique, Italian Title '

Counties FacambiaIVattooIVashington Vessels shall be subject to the following public. While it will bo the object of tho Text, Ornamented Music, Backslope, German
,be. and also Pica
and Jackson. rates of Pilotage.
proprietors to make the work
strictly whatits Fractions
Judge, Jesuit A. CAMK&OX. Attorney, Sec. I. All vesseli of War ) title indicates it Superiors, Space Rules, AttJ'tnomlcal -
will, nevertheless con and other Signs Ornamented i
QCOROB: WALKER. Marshal J. 1V drawings and not more rOOT ,
EUJM.: $
lain ail
articles of Dashes '
than 14 feet, 00 : interest to its patrons Long Braces,'Brass Rules, nearly
The regnlai terms are held M follows Drawing 14 and not more which appear in foreign Magazines. 300 Borders, and more than 1000 Cuts or

For EscambU County,at Pensacolaon the than 18 feet, 2 :'j: Intensive preparation have been enter and Ornaments for Newspapers, 9cbool-Books, t
tint Mondays in May and November. For Drawing IU and nut over cd into, both with artist and Authors, to Scientific works. ,

Walton County on the fint Monday in 21 feet, M furnish f inn all parts of tile Union, draw Tho subscribers.furnish Composing-Sticks,
March and third Monday in November. Over 21 feet, 3 00 logs and illustrations of subject of Cases, Chases, Galleys, Furniture Paper, '
For Washington County on the second Sec. 2. Merchant! Vessels interest, which the publishers I Ink,all kinds of Printing Presses, and every
Monday in March and fourth Monday in drawing 5 and not ) believe will enable them confidently article required in a Printing-Otfco, at the t'r'
to issue
November. For Jackscn County, at Mariana over twelve feet, ahall { WR *'nor 'honorable! to its title a work t manufacturers'prices. They also execute
on the third Monday in March and the and acceptable 10 Ihe orders for Stereotyping.
pay. $1 no American
lint !Monday in December And for Frank All above 12 and not over People. Printers of Newspapers who publish this
Un County on the first Monday in April and 16 feet, 2 00 I. Tho American Magazine is published adrertiicmrnl (with this ) three times

Thursday after the third Monday in Decem- All over 1C and not above monthly each number containing between ,, before the end of the note shall re. ;

ter. 18 feet, 2 2i forty and fifty imperial octavo pages,at Two i,''ceive payment when they,make a purchase
All above 18 feet shall pay 2 50 Dollars per annum, payable in advance. 1/from the Foundry of four times tbe'amount
5ouTriEni DISTRICT -Comprising the Sec. 3. Vesselsarrivingor It comprL.cs-Portraifs: of tJlelrbili. QEO. BRUC1: & CO,

County of Monroe and part of Mosquito. North West Passage, and departing drawing tbro'tIe four Skelcltes of distinguished aqd Americans-Biographical New-York, Aug. g2, 1835. .4' h.'

JuJge:\hn.n.h"L:11 JAMKJ:WIBB. Attorney THOMAS ; Wn.UUfl feet or upward, n.cepaucb as are herein Views of Public Buildings, Monuments, JOB WORK EXECU1FAA'C" ,
r"1'J'f.' after mentioned, ihall pay f 2 DO and improvements,
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I, THE FIRST DISCOVERY OF COLVUMBUS. of the neighbors, exhausts the persons Ont of these persons who may be-calleda ily to comply With theconditions of tLc

The crew of Columbus, having lost all strength and docs no good. The whirlwind chcapentT of goods par excellence, the Treaty.
hopes of land, and finding that what he has ceased, but what is the benefit. other day, being in want of a yard of tape. The Transport Mdtto has returned to
4. Look into the and if thereis called at store and asked the
proved but clouds, began pond see a price. with l
had thought so, ., Tampa, taking >cannon and aroma"
this! bold Italian," and water enough to move the wheel to any One cent," was the rcpiy.U .
''i f Id murmur agamsl" before the : One cent'." echoed the bargainer' nition from the Pos tJere. iTflttFROM \\
determined to give him only three days purpose you open gate; or plainly /
I longer to fulfil his promises. The first of I think before you speak. "seems to me that's rather high. Wont, .
' these days ho became convinced, by the 5. Never put the tongue in motion while you take less?" CHARLESTON.The .
F i f" sunset, that land was near-in the night he i your responder.t has his in motion. The 1 "Less than a cent bra yard of tape?" Steam Packet Dvfc> >2 itt tnv>, Cal>t
two streams will meet and the Yes seems to me might take half' WRIGIIT arrived -tt this
w"fJl'' espied lights. Two hours after midnight you port on Tucsdav! :
; ,: jith of October 1492, land was clearly i: will be so great that: you both re.actio"j a cent. You'll make quite profit enough: evening 20lh fcTingJnjpCfiarh.'Ston;

t' visible. The island on which they landed i'ter yourselves. then." I of the 25th. We have been favorui papets
i was Guanahaoa, which they called St. .al.1 C. See that your tongue is hung true Well -take it at your own price, but t :
,, before you use it Some tongues \vc have you must make the change." I with a sight of the Mercury of that dat

L vador.THE howling winds forbid us observed are so hung that they sometimes "That I can do, as 1 keep a few half \\hick contains extracts from the New York

To trust the fatal main- equivocate c. nsiderubly Let such turn I cents about me for such occasions, that: Ipaid papers describing the effect of a most devastating -
f. Oh, turn our wand'ring vessel the screw of conscience until the tongue a cent a (piece for But I'm in hope I Ion : conflagration which occurred
To harbor once move true. the whole 1 can get the tape a little low-: on
fc* .i u/ Why to this' bold Italian,' 7. Expect that others will move their cr. Is that the very lowest joull take fort the night of the 16-th-and 17th December.

Oar lives, our hopes confide? tongues for what you do yours. Some ?" I Between 30 and 35 acres of the most wealthy

No golden land awaits us claim the privilege of reporting all the "I'll take any price that you can make. :, portion of the City, comprising the,

Beyond the shoreless tide! news and charge others not to do so. Your the even change for. centre of business operations have but
How long shall he deceive us neighbor will not monopolize this business.If "There's the plague on't now-I pain laid About 700
With boasting vain and loud? you have any thing to be kept secret, got nothing less than a half cent pief.c. J'' \\astc. buildings arena:
I it do wish when and sinned t(\ have been destroyed, and
And when we gaze for land, I keep yourself. thcy're quining eagle proper
.& He can show us but a cloud* dollars, and sic'M like, they'd qUlIIO a few ty to the value of from 12 to 1.5. million'

i. RECIPE ron FINISHING A YOUNG LADY. quarter cent piece mill pieces, and so on,. consumed. The Merchants-Exchange:
*. s The gallant leader heard, I Take a daughter of a person who has some downwar s. Howsomevcr, I'll) inquire at' the Middle and Dutch Churches
But he listened undismayed, money, but not much information ; if she I the other stores, and if I can get the tape were
Though he saw their furious glances, i be an only child so much the better for i. no cheaper, I'll comb back and trade with among the public buildings that have to Ir

And their daggers hall displayed, !your purpose. Stuff her with plum cake, you, as you seem to be a civil I like sort of a regretted as lost to 'the City. The limit

No fear was in his soul, 'and praise her till she is nine; then teach elluw." of the fire seem to have: extended over nearly

But his heart was wrung with woe; i her the horn book, and let her practice for So saying the bargainer went about to the whole! of the City lying South am.
Shall he quail before their murmurs, three or four years at such leading as may twenty other stoics: dieapcnding the yard
And his glorious meed forego? be selected for her by Mary, the maid of of tape, until, being satisfied he could do East of and Broad: Street: ThetVn.-,

Had he braved the ocean's terrors all work, the said Mary taking care that no better, he came back to the first, resolved inertial Advertiser observes, that since

In darkness and in night, Miss is her confidant in all her little matters to complete his purchase. conflagration of Moscow, no calamity

\,. And shall he furl his sails in the sweet hear tins lino. When she en- "Well mister." said he.' as he came inputting .I by fire,so cxtcnsivoand so dreadful has bt-
With the promised goal in sight r icrs her thirteenth year, send her to Miss and blowing like a porpoise.: "
1'I I fallen
in the world of
For he look'd tow'rd the horizon Diddle Fidget's Establishment" to be been almost all over (he city,and find any city *-many our
And marked the setting sun; finished. Here she must read a little and ; this most reasonable dealer of any on cm. fellow citizens who TCtired to 1heir pillows

;{ And, by its ruddy light, spell some, but avoid every thing like! l'JI take the yard of tape now, at a quarter 1 in affluence, were bankrupts on awaking.1'
\r ?ti.; He knew the toil was done! L grammar, as a vulgarity and a plague. Put of a cent, if you'll change me sixpence." It is thought that the Insurance Ollicc?
r her up to woolly woo parley woo play "Tint's more than bargained tor, I told
rk by sacrificing their capitals, be able (tc
k U Twas in the deepest might, tail, and she is Frenchcd. Strum her up you I'd take any price that you'd make the I may
: As they cut the yielding wave! six octaves and a half of the pianar, and even change for." I, pay from 50 to 75 per cont. of their risk:.

When not a star was sinning down again, and make her look charming at "Yes, but consider: now, you get a cus-' and as the Government been called up
: t': To guide them or to save, the harp, and she is musickcd.; Inform her omcr by being so kind of clever and obli on by a public meeting to aid the deposit

J" As in awful, hopeless silence, that Tamerlane succeeded Charles the ging. Jf you'll change rne the sixpence, banks with all the surplus funds in tin
Their on warn course they steer, twelfth as Emperor of China, and t that Ju- I'll take the tape, and perhaps'trade with
t''. J-'arin the murky distance, lius Caesar defeated Oliver Crornwelf 011he you often.. Treasury, in order that they may cxtwud u

j Lo!glimmering lights appear! ( banks of the Macquarrie river in Nova "'!'hank you, sir"-with a profound how, the merchants the relief they require under
\ Zcmbla' and she is completely Mstor ic'd. and beginning to measure the tape. this heavy dispensation of Providence, it is

/ Fn breathless joy and wonderThey Tell her that Chimborazo is a great salt. Give me as wide as any you've got, thought that the City will be sustained un-
in Liberia
t watch and that Po is a burning and let have "
opening sky; good measure. der the shock
mountain in although a complete checkmust :
: I And, with the morning rises Arabia Felix; and let her give "It shall be done, sir"-with another
.. Their rapturous certainty, a whirl or two to the Globe, and point out JOW. be given to business for Borne time.

Through{ wlvery vapor gleaming, the latitude longitude of the Arctic Pole, and the The tape is cut ofl'; and wrapped up, One great cause of the extension of th.
of the
Ex>nds the welcome strand, Equator, und she is gcogra- when the purchaser, beginning to fumble tire was the coldness of the weather, as the)

And trees, and rocks, and mountain, phicd.the week Make with her French waltz for three hours in for his money, exclaims"I van, IIO.I water froze immediately on leaving; the engines
Before their View expand. valet out of place, don't much like to change off silver for and the
and she is ,rltitudin hose and other UC
ccl. The
I They breast the foaming sujges accomplishments copper. Won't you let me have the tape
And shouting leap ;o shore, may obtained for monel'wirhout for nothing? 'Tisn't no great for you to came in a great measure useless.

While avery echo answers for exertion on her part. So I: lose-and then you'll get all my custom, We hare not room for all the details: LuJ
'" God! and Saint ulvadod"I "
you see. present our reaxlersvith the following ex
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"Any way to accommodate"bowinginure from
tracts which
they may gather somt
I, RULES FOR tTSING THE TONGUE. ANOTHEK NOTION-Though not exactly profoundly than ever.
of the
'\ If every person would observe the fol a Yankee one, has been hit upon in Phila "Thank you, sir," said the customer, taking vast scene of devastation lire--
rules for the delphia. It is yeast powders for leavening his tape and departing, well satisfied rented to the view in the great Cornmcrcia.
lowing of their
i government buck wheat cakes. The sage of the Inquirer with his bargain there aint a more reasonable Mct ropol is. |i --
tongues, there would bo less contention, endorses it as first rate. dealer in New York than .,
;and we should: be a much happier people. ANOTHER YET.-The Bangor Commercial and whatever I want Jn your line I'll you te, The fact of the powerlessness: of the

It is copied from an Ohio Paper, and will ells/ of gentleman thereabout who i is sure to come here for." ,firemen,from the almost instantaneous con.
r be worth I so remarkably neat and tasteful in his do- J gelation of the water, and- the bcnurobinr-
reading. mestic arrangements, that he has all his influence of the cold;' increased the consternation

The tongue is called in the Bible, an un' firewood painted and varnished, so as to THE IftQUIllEK. which prevailed among the thou
ruly member. Our own experience render a pile of it rather ornamental than sands of the agitated multitude who wire

fectly accords with the statement, and per observations otherwise. On Sundays he has the ends ol KEY WEST, FLORIDA witnesses of the calamity-many of them
upon tilt tongues ofothors, have the sticks finished with gold leaf. doomed to stand and see the destruction ot

satisfied us of the evil. We think the fol AKU STILL ANOTHER.-The same paper SATUJtDAY. ., JANUARY 2, IH36. their own fortunes, without being able 11.
lowing rules! if carefully followed, will be 'says that another man down east,' has invented - --- ---- lift a finger for the rescue. To arrest the
k tumid of great use in taming that which anew kind of blacking for leather/ FROM: TAMPA-THE INDIANS. flames was at once seen to be impossible.
has not yet been tamed. which has so brilliant a polish that a pair By the arrival ot the Transport MOTTO save by the blowing up of ranges of buildings
I. Never of shoes to which it has been from in advance of the fire, that its progress
use your tongue in speaking applied, gives Taraj a Bay, we learn that, although
any thing but truth. The God of truth as much light in the evening as half. a do- 10 further deprivations: hot been committed might thus bo interrupted. But the ditTy
who made the tongue did not make it for r zen common lamps! This is a very important culty was to obtain powder-none of con-
any other use It will not work well in invention, as it will do away with! by the Seminoles in that quarter, yet their sequence being allowed in the city. A

falsehoods. It will run into such incon- i lamps, oil, gas, or. any other method now opposition to all migration,and their hostile sufficient supply, therefore, could not lo
latencies as to detect in use for obtained shoitof the Nary Yard-whence,
itself. To use this producing light. An old cost a-pect were more strongly evinced. The
organ in publishing falsehood! is as incongruous off pair of boots, well polished, being suf. situation of Fort King being consideredthe also, the mayor was obliged to send for a
i \". as the USQ of the eyes for hearing ficient to light a common sized store without strong military force, to preserve property
.' most exposed, two companies had been from the
or smelling. any danger from fire. swarms of robbers who are ever
f. 2. Do not use your tongue too -- ordered: thither under Majar Dade. ready on such occasions. [What a com-
is of much it CHEAPENING From our Charleston' we learn mentary upon the depravity of manf]
a kind waste gate, to let off the thots Coop are many: papers of buildings
as they coU t and expand the mind, but JJ persona so niggardly, ao tenacious of the! that considerable alarm existed at St. Augustine Seventeen blocks
t" I lie waste is always left the uttermost farthing habituated and Jacksonville of the largest: and most costly description
gate open water or so to look and that measures the large block
are totally destroyed
will soon run shallow Many people use\ing that: for if bargains in every thing they buy, were being taken to prevent any inroads between Wall street and Exchange place,
their tongues too taut Shut the gate: they have but a sixpenny purchase
the unprotected frontier bounded on the west by Hroad street, that
l and let the to make, will upon by raising
of they travel
streams tLought flow in tithe II from one end o ifld Beaver
mind is lull, and then you may let oil* the city to the other cheapening the article, volunteer corps,calling out the militia &c. between Exchange plan ;and that between street.
\ and fronting on Broad street,
with some eti.ct. lose more biro and wear out more Volunteers from Gadsdcn and Leon Counties also
shoe-leather than Beaver and Mill streets, fronting on
3. Never let the stream of passion move worth' Indeed twenty such purchases are have also marched to the frontier. Broad, are greatly I injured, and may almost

: the tongue. Some people when they are prodigious sticklers, some at a persons are such! We do not believe that any danger of a ;be said to be destroyed-except the single'
bargain that if the
about to put this member in motion, hoist price of an article be but a cent, wall I regular warfare is to be apprehended, but it range stores fronting on Broad st. Th
the wrong gate; they let out in- they : number of buildings it is impossible to as-
passion want it for half one and if it is well that a force should be
; but halfa
stead of reason. The tongue then makes !presented: capable certain, but it is estimated between 700
cent',they will want it for of
l a great deal of noise, disturbs the quietude half two mills and :a i keeping the movements of the and 1000. The amount of property d r-
Jnd'ans' in check,and I lead than more read Htroyedis i incalculable

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with our city will at I PRESIDENT'S[ MESSAGE.:; in particular, appear to be in very successful 28. Schr Olive: Branch, Greene, Reef. {; .;; ,
Those acquainted operation and are carried on in a scientific Schr Splendid, Aldcrslade, Reef.
once perceive that neatly the entire seat of Among our papers received by the John and systematic manner. From the Sloop ViviliaMobile.

its greatest commercial transactions has Denison we find the President's Message. data furnished anJ our own observation, 29. Sloop Citizen, Barker, Reef. N

been destroyed It is not probable that of the This appears to us, on a hasty perusal, to bea the clear profits of the establishments will Schr Hester Ann, Geiger, Reef ,

destruction .of any given section any Our from to annum, 30. Steam Packet David Brown, Wright '
state paper of great ability and vigor. vary forty sixty percent per ,
other city in tho world, of equal extent, the amount invested. The capabilitiesof New Orleans via Havana. r i
would have involved a destructionof relations with France ate treated of at largo,
greater this place for producing salt appear to Transport Schr Motto, Armstrong,Tampa t' jit,i,
ruined the foi tunes of a and mind it the French;
capital or greater to our clearly puts be very great, and a largo amount of capital' Bay. k'' ',
number of men. The destruction of Cabinet in the \\ hatcfcr be 31. Sloop Francisco }
wrong may might he safely invested in the business Saint iY
goods,of every description that can be enumerated the results of our peculiar relations with It is a subject well worthy the attention of !Marks +

has been immense; and what yet Floridian. Jan. 1. Brig Susquehannah, Bright Mo ;1 '
; ,
situation capitalists.-[ ,
that and in this exposed
farther magnifies the calamity is the fact, country, ( we, : bile. [OLI'N.W Bar Jan i.]

that the portion of the city thus des'royed, may be the first:: and the most seriously HAITY NEW Yr-t!!"-With what pleasing MEMORANDA. { '

is one which bus been. almost entirely: rebuilt clll'Ctcd in case of a war) \vc would emotions docs this friendly greeting Brig Sea Flower, Tyle, master, cleared

within the last five or six years, and' be sorry to see any explanations made by from New York for Key West on 16th
was covered on every hand with the most | now on every tongue break upon the ear!
our Executive which would in the least' December, but while lying in the stream oft t
noble and substantial ranges of'mercantile: I hatred and malice those fell
As if' envy, the Battery was drifted from her anchorage '
edifices perhaps in the world. : tarnish the dignity and honor of the Government. I
the of mankind had ashore
destroyers of peace and thrown on Robbins Reef and received -
With the
Exchange : ,
i been for a few days dethroned from their. some damage. I'm;
public has sustained a loss in tile line arts Our domestic affairs in I I
ate represented a The Schr Martha, uo at Now York oa
We high scats in the hearts of all, young and ,
vhich is greatly lobe regretted. refer
3d Dec.cleared ultimately} for
condition and the rapid Tampico.
to the Statue of Hamilton, erected by the highly prosperous observable I old of every class and condition re echo I The Mail !chr. Laura arrived at Key S 4'
munificence of our merchants during the powelnent) thioughout !the same sentiment of good will to their I West Dec. 25th. ,

present' year, in the centre of the rotundaof country, gives good evidence, that I fellow men; and let us hope that the salutation '1 L

that building. That: which was designed I this picture is not over wrough,. Our policy .
in some instances prompted by A Resort for Invalids.
month ,
to remain for ages, H: in eight
with the Indian tribes is minutely set
precipitated from its pedestal, and is mixed I courtesy, may he the precursor of feelingsof
forth We glad it i is so that other nations .
with the ruins of the ill fated structure it I I cordiality that will outlast the season

wfls erected to adorn. -' who have called in question tho clemency that brought them into existence.As s.i ,

The mere. amount of property} wasted of our policy towards them, may
and destroyed, not by the flames !but in the sec that in this particular: as well as in departing on a journey, SUBSCRIBER having settled ,
,contusion and and desperation of find it to their interest to be on terms of THE
hurry Indian
others the United Slates have been unjustly on Key, have deter- ; '
the time, is probably equal to the entire loss good fellowship with those who are to be mined open a HOUSE: for boarding and j

at ordinary fires It is lamentable to sec censured The opposition, or those disposed exposed with them to all the inconveniences lodging, and believing it to be one of tile

the piles of costly ftirnituie rich mahog to cavil: will be apt tu seize on that mon favorable situations in the United "
of the road so we, who have just entered ,
; who
States for are suffering from
' any tables with marble tops-sideboards::, part of the Message relating the Bank, persons
another of the of and numerous chronic
pilgrimage pulmonary,dispeptic
like upon stage
, sofas, &c. Sic., broken and heaped up I Monopolies, and I the dangers of an elcction diseases, and obliged to seek refuge from
merchandizes silks life find it conducive both to
rich our comfort
worthh-ss rubbish; ::, may
by thcllouseof Ilepiesentatives. We the chill blasts ofa northern winter,he feeU f'r
t satins, broad cloths, fine muslins and everyspecies and happiness, to profit so far as lies safe in saying that Indian Key cannot be ,tt
of fancy dry goods, trampled unJer could wish, that thc.su subjects had been for health and climate.
in our power by the social feelings: excited surpassed beauty, t tFrost
I toot; packages half buint-boxes of touched with a lighter hand, because they has never been known here-the
by the season, to secure the good will ot I thermometer seldom below 55 5G in winter
cutlery and hardware burst open, and their me subjects about hick honest and discriminating or .
contents scattered in the mud-bottles of those around us.Ve know of nothing ,nor up to 90 in summer. It is entirely

win broken-and in short,thousands upon minds, will form different conclusions better calculated lo effect that object than exposed to the sea from every point of the
and the last is constitutional
a compass.
.Ui'Hisnnds! and tens ot thousands dollars I the intcichznge of those kind sentiments The fare of his table and bar shall be a.*
tile form of mined provision of the danger and boundary of
wasted around in
lying the market will afford,and attendedby
which the wish of a happy new year" is !good as
merc hand izC3.Carmen which much may bo said on both sides.- experienced servants. Private rooms 'i

and porter were heaping goods'I On the whole, we arc gratified with the likely to inspire. With thu old year let old for lodging gentlemen, ladies, and families ,

I upon cart, barrows, in coaches and omnibusses and would :if columns woulllpermit things pass away, and let smiling Hope neatly arranged. The undersigned hope
Message, our
b the Battery and Bowling Green arc I weave round the new such a light and by diligent attention and industry to merit
.i. of lay the whole' before urr ea dcrs. the custom of.his friends and the public
studded with somein
Uiickly piles goods,
tissue of
pleasing happiness, that not a generally. 8. A. SPENCER. '

bows, others just us they with were fixed snatched! PACKKT MM: BETWEEN HAVANA pot may appear whereon to rest a thoughtof Indian Key, Monroe County, Terri49{
from the shelves'' ; marines bayonets of
tore Florida, November 7th 1835. { tf s
patrolling among them for protection AND NEw OKLE VNS VIA Kr.v WIST. the unpleasantness of the past. (G:: The St. Augustine Herald. Charles'

:against: marauders: ; and all eyes fixed upon: We have been informed that the visit paidus At these annual periods:: when it would ton Courier, Philadelphia Saturday Courier m

the volumes of dense black smoke, whirling uy the Slcarn Packet DAVID BROWN almost seem, the past and the future come New York Advocate and Journal, and
away before& the ind-tlames dartingand Bottoa Commercial Gazette will givo the ,
roaring from the roofs anti windows of during the last week, was preparatory to in actual contact, new determinations, new above five insertions and forward their

whole streets-walls tumbling 'o the groundand (the establishment of a regular line of packets desires, new principles of action, appear to accounts to this office for payment. W rtfl, I
the firemen worn out with their exertions between Havana and New Orleans, to rise! involuntarily to the mind, and happy O:7L: F. BltEAKEH. ;0 U !

and almost discouraged from farther touch at Key West going and returning to arc they whom they lead in a course of Will be a candidate for time Sheriffalty of
rflbrts make head Monroe county at the election in Februarynext.
vainly: striving to againstthe
land! arid receive and fuel if re- honor and morality. That such bo
flames, which seemed to mock all hu- passengers may Jan. !2, 1836. [n3-td.]

maii skill and power. quired. Should success attend the enter- the course of all and each of our patrons, CUSTOM HOUSE, KEY WEST, l

"During the night all descriptions prize, it is contemplated to extend the lineto and that "health, wealth and prosperity," Collector's Office, Dec. !26th 1835.
Proposals will be received at this office
of carriages in the immediate Charleston and it with; that ,
were connect may attend them through its progress, is until 12 o'clock M. on Saturday 9th January {
vicinity of the fire, either waiting to remove to New York which will for cistern that will i'
running place us the wish which embodies itself in our greet building a con lam
books, driving away with merchandise, or within six sail of that 6000 gallons or thereabouts, on the lighthouse r
or seven days City. ing of a Happy New Year! lifijjifPASSENGERS
m :attendance upon those who were watching premises at Cape Florida.
the progress of t.he flames. We understand that nothing definite has -o to- The cittern to be built of brick in a sub

Pearl-street, from Hanover square to yet been determined as (to the times of the stantial manner, and cemented within and

Broad street, was made a depository for arrival and departure of the packet, us arrangements Per Schr Motto, from Tampa-Dr. Nouree without. j'
piece goods; and piles, valued perhaps at and Lieut Duncan U. S. A. The proposers will include io their estimates -
''Ii J half a ;mullion, were burnt. have. previously to be made Per sloop Francisco for St. Marks-lion. the expense of repairing the old water .

Old slip wasalso filled with every species both in Havana and New Orleans: The Ja*. Webb, R. Fitzpatrick, Esq. Mr. L. F. cenducters, or constructing Dew ones if

valuable: properly, which was dcstrojcd. projectors have our best wishes (,DAAJ' Breaker, Miss Breaker, Mr. Prince, Lady required. W. WIHTEIIEAD,
i and Family of Key West, and Mr. S. A. Collector and Supr. lot Lights.NOTICE ,
From the Mer. Adv. Dec. 21. [
Ir is rather a singular. au:1:1 a very melancholy Spencer of Indian Key.KntcllfQcuce.. n-3wl '
TilE CALAMITY.The ;/ '
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fact, that within the first five days of' Jflarfnr -- -- All persons are forwarncd (ruin shooting ii
o .
feelings of our citizens wero great- the new Congress, two Senators and a Representative otherwise trespassing on Knights Key,as

ly revived on Saturday. were carried to the Senators PORT OF KEY WEST I am determined to prosecute any who may Z i
Some of our Insurance Companies, the grave- be found in the act. JOSHUA A PPLEBY.

City,the United State, and the East River Smith of Conn., and Kane of III., ARRIVED. Dec. 24, 1835. [n2-Rw)

have announced their ability and intentionto and Representative Wildman, from Conn. Dec. 27. U. B. Serif Transport Motto, Election Notice.

pay ill claims against them. The Globe, Armstrong, Tampa Bay.
whose WEare informed Ire Florida Notice is hereby given, that an electionfor
responsibilities exceed one million, Peninsula Dec. 28. Sloop Francisco Burrows
Clerk of Monroe
and several of the other Offices with large and Jacksonville Rail Road Company Havana, to master. and Coroner will be held County on Monday Court Sheriff the lit f

capitals, it is ascertained will be able to has secured the -jervices of William Parker Dec. 29. Sp. Schr Marianeta, Crcspo, day of February 1836, at the following places t
pay nearly all the claims upon them. These Havana, mdz to J Ximenez. under the superintendence of the following -
will the Esq. of New Jersey, as Engineer,and that
payments cause sacrifice of the Steam Packet David Brown Wright Inspectors.
most of their capitals. the location of the Road will be progressedwith Charleston 4 Io {
days, to master, bound to Key West at the Engine Home.
l'ho Corporation have, we uuderstand, immediately.WE Havana and New Orleans. Inspectors.

j proposed| to issue scrip to the amount of 30. Schr John Denison, Cold, Charles- ROBERT R. FLETCHER.

SIX MILLIONS of Dollars, which it is find in the Charleston Courier the ton, mdz to master. ALEXANDER PATTERSON,

repotted the Bank of the United States following extract from the Floridian relativeto Schr.' Caroline, Wood, Reef to 0 O'Hara. ABA F. TJF r. '
hap offered to discount on the most liberal 31. At Indian Key at the store of J. Housman.
terms. Key West. The works alluded to, are Sloop Spy, Wellington, Tampa, to ;- '
F. A. Browne. Inspectors.
those of the La Fayette Salt Co., not of CHARLES HOtVK.
Philadelphia has come out nobly in our
Brig Susquehannah, Bright New York
distress 'l'hreehundred volunteers of her Simonton &- Co. as slated! by the Floridian days, bound to Mobile. 14 JACOB HOUSMAN.LEMUEL OTIS. .

Firemen are now aiding our own in extinguishing Mr. Simonton is the agent of the Company -
the BAILED. At Key Vacat at store of Wra White.
yet burning which is an incorporation with, Dec. !
an au 26. Soop Energy, A. Packer, Ha- bead. Jri t ,
thorised capital of two hutiJred thousand vana. Ins Pectors.

Since the arrival oi" the David Brown we dollars. Of this: amount, however but a Sloop Dread, S. Welch, Havana. WIIITEHEAO..
have received by the Schr. Joux DEXISON Havana JOSEPH BETIIELL.
Sloop Packer
small portion i is at present paid in. tic'\ Havana, WM. BETIIELL.
Capt. COLD, our regular files of Charleston 27. Schr.Thetis, Paddock, Havana.
KEY Wur-TIeeditor Lad the pleasure Sloop Given under iny band and seal this 96tL
Morning Star
Papers up to 23J inst Extracts from Braman,Havana. -
01 Decembet A'.
of D.
inspecting the Salt Works at that Scbr. Blacksmith Jay 1835. ...
vhich will be found in our columns place. Those owned Fimonton:- fc Co. Sloop Loreto Coombs, Reef. By the Judge: *
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in anothei veins and he was not We should be happy to reciprocate
waters. Pequasset's )life is -a\ run : ,
t ?I ELLANEOUfS. grain of sand mingled with golden dust. without a friend to succour. When the the favor with any of our exchange papers

I From the Worcester Talisman lie has no friends to secure, or by whomto first deep flood of feeling had subsided, he who will insert the above notice

/ PEQUASSET. be succored, and while the blood of his 'spoke, but that warrior sticnglli which had IFFOUNDRY.. "

"p veins continues to warm him and to give filled his bosom, and given him such might '
{ ON the morning succeeding tho bloody lim strength, the foe shall feel that he is 'against the Yangecs, Lad subsided. Min- RONALDSON his long established and

I, conflict with the Aborigines, and the conflict mighty. He shall be a rankling thorn ink I I,qoesha'd son had lost his friends; he had very extensive Type Foundry the ubscri-

1 and conflagration of their fortress by heir side: a wolf among their l'iuibkins'1: lot; them all. His children were no more, bers have formed a co-partnership for the
I' of continuing said business and
t Capt. Church,commonly designated by the He[ paused, and searching out a well strung and their mother had gonenway. lie went 'I. the purpose convenience: of their friends and patrons fur.

Appellations of the swamp fight,' one solitary Low,and replenishing a stately quiver, he I. to battle to revenge his wrongs. But he I have removed their, establishment to ;;

f Indian, who had escaped the almost hastily: swung them across his shoulders, has found them for whom vengeance was I more central part of the city. As it i is tl.n-

universal destruction, came forth from the and bounding oft" this scene of devastation(. partly due. While he was revenging the I intention to keep on hand a good assoi linen'

f ambush to which he had lied for shelter, was quickly lost in the adjacent wilder ness. death of his ollVpring, his offspring were of the best type, and to make such additions

t and was seen slowly and solemnly walking I Soon:; after the commencement of the i I revenging the death, of their s le. They I and improvements as the taste of the trade

i amid the remains of the carnage of the campaign the succeeding season, a compa.,I believed each other with he Great Spirit. and the wants of the country require: tUy

preceding day. The sun had just broken ny of malitia were upon the march, to aid !! But nowmy ;boy, we will battle no mOlc.'I I flatter themselves share that of this cstahli'hJ11clI'
will merit 'I 1
large patronage.
![ the dim of the winter morning, and towards the southwestern ''' dam has ceased to call for her
:, gates in protecting a fortress, -'I Thy revenge. i\have now !several fonts on band, tvhiclt car
d : looked out upon the still smoking embers boundaries of Massachusetts. Fatigued ; -satia-ted. the iurnishcd at a few hours notice and an

t ; with a feeble eye. He looked coldly upon I 'with the length of their march, and :: We will bury the tomahawk, \\c I I{prepared to make fonts ol all weights ,Ir.'.

\ that scene-when he saw the mangled and the roughness of their ronte they were smoke tho calumet. Owccnascow sleep,!'sizes, from Pearl to 22 line Pica includm'?

burning remains of a thousand beings, travelling carelessly and unguardedly along,I I but he has been wort by of his tribe Then I i a great variety of Urnamcntal Lclter.I .-

who but two short journeys before, were unmindful their situation, and thoughtless -(!I let us hie to our testing place. We will I Their assortment of Cuts and Dashes, i ru<-

; : revelling\ in supposed security, mingled together of their safety The sun had passed still hunt the deer, and the beaver shall I Rule, and other ornaments will be found t.

r ''f. in one unsightly mass. River of his meridian ; they were passing a deep( still fall before us. Come! away''!t' They I jbc j, be forwarded very extensive to Printers, of which as specimens soon as they wit,

= blood had flown from hearts beating high ravine, when the shrill war-cry resounded separated from tlll' party)', bounded into the can be prepared.

i youthful vigor aud in aged enjoyment through the forest, and a large party of the I thicket, and travelled toward the rising sun. 1 I Printing Presses of every descriptor!

and lost themselves in the bowels of the enemy rushed from ambush, and attacked The sun had reached his meridian the I lPrintng Ink of the most appru\'cd qualitio,

earth And yet, farther down towardsthe their rear. All was bustle and perturbation second day succeeding their departure from j Composing Sticks, Bras Gallcs, hmpu'inn

Mite of the knoll, where the fervid heat with the English. Many of them, the haule.t dJ, Tliey were walking together -Stones, Cases, Paper and Press J1uardI -,

of thd conflagration had not mingled it half____ stunificd with the suddenness of tilt through the forest, when the sudden 'I Standing Presses, Furniture, together{ with
i 65'i with, its native waters the deep i piles of n surprise, rushed, they knew not where, and j report of a musket rung in their cars, and a ia complete assortment of all articles u.u<:

;,I::I crimson snow still retained but too deep a many were killed before the commanders' ball hit the dark plumes of Pequassct. The !j' in a Printing Otlite will be kept constant'!';

: memento of the havoc which they had could rally a sulficicnt number to form any person who fired upon them was out from a Ion hand.

: #j' seen. Pequassct looked mournfully upon defence against the lawless foe; and even, ncighboiing fortress attended by some women I Small fonts, suitable for Hook-binder,
theatre of destruction where friend : in great variety, may be had whcu calls;
tho had
1 i then they composed but a frail front againsta gathering roots. He taken the i I
4 1 and foe, Christian; and Indian, countryman much greater number of exasperated precaution to discharge his piece in such a I Oidcrs from all parts of tbc Union will In!

.t i arid alien, lay slumbering in ashes, u rid istinguishably savages. There was a master spirit seen manner tu kill them both, if either Hut (promptly and moat carefully attended I< ,

:/f-I blended together. Ho was among the tawny foe. Soon after the first his attempt' proved unslIcccsl:ful, tIle! Indians!'! and particularly in supplying sour for al'!

} { sorrowful. It seemed as if .the manly pirit onset, his erect and stately form was seen turned ; they drew their deadly bows, and fonts furnished by their predecessors, lit

II which had burned within him had been hurrying through the promiscuous ranks of the white man fell But, not him alone! |'ny &Ronaldson, and Richard Uonnklson.i .

uprooted by tho tempest. His dark brow his party. In Ins strong and muscular arm his arrow, as if unsatiatcd with tasting the !i Stereotyping in all its branches, executedby

l -vas covered, the bow had fallen from the tin brandished a ponderous tomahawk, blood of one being, passed along and a female I L. Johnson heretofore.

It;' I. sinewy arm,and the quiver had been unstrung whose sides glistened like crystal, and high fell. The Indians sprang forward I: JOHNS N & SMITH.No. I
I G, George St. Philadelphia, 18JS;
and taken from He
his shoulders.
shown that and the blood from
upon darkhaiied brow it was was flowing one of 'Publishers of who innrt I
i (( Newspapers
V :slowly paced among the relics of'the departed the eagle had yielded her plumage to amore their tribe. Pequassct gazed a moment and this advertisement, and forward a papo

!; as in search of some hidden treas. destructive being. Bounding for- then rushed to grasp the gory body of the 1 containing it to J. & S. will he entitled ti

4 ure. His melancholy demeanor depicted ward he rushed into tho broken front of his Raven Hair I Silence was around them.- $3, payable in settlement of their account'

,; :, the f feelings: of his bosom, and no longer enemy. Death waited at every blow of his No one dared to speak, but the boy ran instinctively when their bills amount to not less than< !II'' ,

t :j capable of quelling its troubled waves hand ; carnage and devastation marked his to a pool and brought some water I J. k'-.

: lie gave loose to them' in words. 4'equn reeking path. He raised not his arm in to sprinkle the face of his mother, while I [TRUCKS NEW YORK TYPE TOIN

t 1 I set is mournful; the joys which/ cheered vain; beneath each stroke being groaned Pcquassej stijtfticljed the wound*, appliedthe L* DRY.-'I'lie subscribers respectful!)

j his days have departed. lie i.l nlone, like iiis/ 'last It was P qunsset. lie was seek healing ifilsam, and bound them up inform the printers, that they have recently
'i the stricken deer in the forest.! But whtro ing that revenge for which the blood of his with leaves. They were not mortal, and completed a variety new fonts of leti( -
is she of the Raven Hair ? she/ whO'1 darl in the st) to of the latest European-
kindred had called. In the heat i f the action time Raven Hair soon revived, to discoverher
shielded with tho/ silken lashes/ mcns, welt calculateu for ornamental pn'
eyes were the Indians were reinforced by a small situation. Tho Indian's cup was now sastcfn!
ting or display, and making an .1-".1jortment
sho'whose hands wove the shells of Pequas- !scouting party, which had followed the full. He and his faithful son carried their of Printing Types nnrivallrd .'

set's wampun, and dressed tho beaver trail of the whites. This unexpected addition wounded burden until able to walk towards beauty, extent and variety. A bOlkof }'r<
i 0 which fell before his'arrows! The maid turned the balance: of the battle. their place of destination. Theycnt far ciinens may be obtained at tile I'ouiMrT.

i4 ;,4 has departed as the summer dew flies hoi After a short fight, the whites were overpowered down the Narragar.scttand building a rude I No. 13, Chambers street, Dear Chatham} it\

'' fore the burning sun, and the smoke which. and the Indians left in possessionof hut upon the rocky shore, they dwelt together It contains specimens from Twelve Ltnf
i Al i now rises over the forest is her Pica to 1'earl-comprising
wafting the field. But it was a dearly bought until Pequasset joined the spirits ul
home to the Great Spirit. She shall chase victory, for many of the (lower of the enemy his brethren and slept with the ashes of his 4o 35 forms do of Roman Caps. with I I. cast
do do
1 I' the deer no more, nor bring back the barbed had fallen. While Pequassct, with his father I 5 do title Roman do do
iJ, arrow to Pequasset's faithful bow.- brethren, was reconnoitering upon the field, Hit?... :_ '=: I 5 do title Italic do de>
Her nimble fingers shall string the 'beads an Indian at his elbow discovered the lifeless I'ROSPECTUST 5 do 811'el Roman do ]<

i :' oo more. Sho shall not sharpen his arrows and bloody biddy of a stately youth, OF A NEW VOLUMEOF 17 do Antique do dr

J, nor weave the quills of his quiver ant1 which he recognized. The Indian had lo- THE 12 du Black do do

the moccasin. But is he still alone? ved the youth, and uttered his lament to KEY WEST 5 do Open Dlack du do
Where nro the tendrils that had INQUIRER.The 2 do Script do dt--
sprung Peqll s' c'. He wad a glorious child. The
I from the parent tree? they whoso tracks Culture 5 do Geriu'o Text do do
spirit in his bosom his sinews
was ; second volume of the (IivWEST : 25 do Two Pne rom'n with Cell
fleeter than their fathers tire caps
were : to the like
were the I leopard's). He never drew
Two lines
I.\uviiuu will Italic
l : commence on the capitals
I Jj; ; roe-buck? Where are they who wcue coming his bow in vain. The have I
Yangces seen 19th of Iecemberarid with due acknowledgements 10 do Slid Caps various kinds
" t up in strength whose arms were to be his power. His father, slam by them, cull I :;: for the support| which has already G do Open do do
*. mighty against the Yangecst They too for revenge. Ho obeyed the summons. been I 7 do Italic capitals and figures.
his endeavors
to Editorwoujdexprcss
l have from their father. I given ..
gone They shall He has wet his sure arrows in their \cins. that Resides ornamental letters, backstop
"' 4 tic down with the Haven Hair in their long Like the hawk, he has smeared his talons determination<< { a hope an avowal of his I music,lottery figures, piece fractious, m.
to continue undertaking,! periors, astr nomical and hojrne3t Their bows shall no longer, be with blood The of'father1 called othersigns spar
Jilt "r drawn with PeqHasBet1 The rabbit si all name / may lead to a still more extended patron I rules, brass rule, ornamental dashes, l J.< i
: .tack to our hero's bosom the feelings which
:1' age. To his: fellow citizens of Key \\'cstt !braces, more than two hundred kinds <
start before the of their little
might --, had long lain dormant. He raised the fallen ho cmnnlv___.. make known...... his resolution; i/. borders and more' ban---- 1000- kinds' of c>.'
.n n.
Li J arms But why are they goner The fiery youth and the thick blood ;; "" and ,
wiping away pursue that course in conducting the INUVIUF.R ornaments tor school books, newt;
spirit again began to arouse in !his bosom which smeared his::! cheeks, h* beheld a will I as will in his opinion conduce most pers and scientific works; orders fur anywhuehorcotoposingsticks '
Have not Peqaassct's foes sent to the chas
known face. ItwashU sun his Owcon- cases
to the of the Island and
?, .. Great Spirit those who were his life? Have ascow! The dark vixagoof the stately warrior prosperity the goodof '&c will be expected with theutmost pr'lllli|
i not the Yang eS'como from the rising sun was disfigured with emotions society, claiming for himself in furtherance -titnJe I ,a :large stock being always on bag"!
to conflicting of that resolution, without pretendingto They will also execute orders for print I!<
destroy his brethren But shall! -he lie
had the passions, the sensibilities of n infallibility tho of l I ink &c. furnish a'.
dl slumber while the foe is at work! Shall privilege candidly, presses, they will
man, and a tender fibre had been touched
his sentiments the manufacturers
own although they prices.
? the lion
'' hit sleep while the tiger is destroying lie had almost forgotten the image of his may be at variance with those of a poitionof I I Printers of newspapers will please pit
t ; : young'call tor No,the children Mfnquaslft offspring, and when brought so suddenlyand (the community. The columns of I he lish this advertisement snote)three
son revenge. Tho sinews of this unexpectedly to view, it recalled all the will be heretofore times, sending/ a paper containing it to tLc
tI arm shall bring atonement for their blood. sorrows and vicissitudes of the past, in (I from paper as kept as free Foundry, and receive payment when tbey
The volf tires before the hound, and the freshness to his controversy as possible. purchase four times the amount of their bill-
He stood in silent
memory To the friends of the IxuVruEU abroad
itself sinks from the
tiger exhausted in the chase I Factory.
wo till the Indian: who had discovered
a promise is! made! that aUtina-1
no !
limbs shall
but : not
weaken :
nor floe to him his: son had and then '
gone, dropping: ble the Editor shall be '
by left
unemployedto r will *
He to the
away.1 stooped ground and in silent weeks after date application *
lifeless load ho too turned
slowly lifting too slight remains of a victim agony But hand, -;l convey to them through its pages, all I made to the County Court of Motif"
whose like away. a stranger : was ulnhis commercial intelligence originating in this of administration on tlIi-l
ornaments were those of County for letters
I' V arm. He looked, and the dark: eye of vicinity, particularly the earliest and
her for whom ho mourned, 'lo: exclaimed, another whose had most estate of Darius Clapp dec.
glance often been
she has gone, and ftimll Pequauet go forever ctoerliil his a'I'authentic information relating to the wrecks MARY ANN CLAPPDec. .
draught to bosom in other days tho Florida
',f unrevcnged T He dropped tho scorched was fixed fumly upon his countenance.: lie' upon the Court of reef, and tho proceedingsof 19. 1835.. [l-Ct]
arm and assuming the defying position I' Admiralty connected tt'01'ItE.11 .
saw thai his !
own spirit was in the youth therewith
which is taken hen the shrill war-whoop and that he bore the inherited ,; -intelligence, w hick to merchantsmust .\ person baring demands against tut

u 0 is given, he continued.! No, I swear by the Raven Hair. resemblance'of I always be of interest. The decisionsof esato of Antonio Pacheco deceased, late
did his
the blood of her whose heart with Again big the Court aro oftentimes of the highest of the county ol Hillsborough, are ben I'1
bras wish
to burst, for one whom l he deem !i importance: and no occasion shall (boalknvetl required to present the same to the under
to dip feathered
my in the etl J had '
arrow long ken lufl
rang with his fore tot pass without the publication of such signed. And all those indebted to said: e*
hearts of tho
Yangecs. Their blood must fathers stood before him in the full strength,decisions at length.All tate are required to make payment ou < "
,+ heal these wounds. These arrows shallmock of youth, another endeared spirit had win.) before the 16tb of January ti.
the flight of the eagle, and this arm fled its flight bc.onllthc to be addressed WM. BUNCE.ad'mr.
cloud-cappod! hill.
,, the strength of the Big Bear beyond the t l'equas..ct had magi! that his blood still (post Key paid We) to,. Vcc\'nh 9f J.135.ATIU cSON.: Nov 16, QUINTIN.P.CUECO.1R33. f.1tJI6Jr ado/'

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