Carlisle herald and expositor. (Carlisle, Pa.) 1837-1845, January 23, 1839, Image 1
13 7(lsaaltliUM zaau—lillL 3.64 'V IrAlltlikt% . . ThO"Cailiek-Herald tiposito," willbe issued, WEEKLY; at Two Dotoutne per annum", if paid in chiatice, A5O at the end of si.tmonths, 41(1,0,00 if t?Otpaiduntikafter the expiration of the year.- I F ' , ADVERTISEMENTS lunsetted at thossual 3- : Letters addressed to the editor, do business, T DP; POST PAID, otherwise they m;ill,ree* , *, at- tontion_ 1 -- . -,,,,' AGENTEI.. - - f' . ". ite,following named persOnilave been appointed zents for the " - Carlisle Herald & Expositor ( " to • tom payment for_subseription and adzertiseme sm be 'made._ :', • . -- ~• D. SHELLY, Esq. Shiremanstown; Climb. Co. SCOTT COY/X., E - 811. XCIVVilki - . do T. KooNTVEsq. Newburgh ' • do . '. ... .., Ttios. TV.. MULES, Esq Shippensburg . do: - -.. 1 - • -. joitsl TUND'ERLICII,4Iq. -'" do. ,do ' ..- ..:1. NlA.rnr.a.;-Eiq.lloguestown - • . Flo .'1 ' li.: Wicso:g, Esq. Ateeintniesburg, . do . AlftwAm Rtinstin;Esq.•Hopewelt ' - do r -- - - D. 'Sri:iici.ot , r, Esq. C: urelitown, • • 7 'do • Cr. Ask Wnt - rt - , Ne* . Cpmberland ~.do ---7 1 7 11 - Oir - lii.'WCwi Esq.-filoomfielili-Perry-eounty A.DLACic ~:1:1sq:- Ltindtslitirg do .. - Ar Fr i <VM --71 4‘„ 4,.,-....„. A 1 . t .,,, t u; ~,-1- 4 v-t;* 7 rjiredito gel lea I, 111 u .Nie ; - 4N the Sacred Minstrel and Sacred 'Pep united; • •consistiugofn geat.varit•ty of PNa int sail He n it Tunes, 4iit hems, Set Piuta!s, Le. Of he mostapp. oretl 'character--"-be It I tiik!ok rind Geal , gic Pletitiak s and . ,lished antilir sale Whetliatn, Philadelphia--. 1. 'll. Hickok, .Chanibee•sborg; Fletnitg ? Pittsburgli-",-Yule - atid• I - 11Tyatt,..Rielnotal,Na.uol Pearce.anCifesancolt; - Nateltez,-3,1 ks.! - 'rheitubli,bers put f , ii•tletlAAvells-witli-ii-v-i .! • - nteettlic Watits'-itl•the religious-con.ritiloityrtiod its reception hits been.stielt as to 11:.ttcriNg _Jissuranc.6 di:A they .have.lieithee_ipistakcii . its wabrii nor vainly endeavored to-supply tritan.• - -very large. 'edition hits in a shoectimeheer(ekluttisted, and another . called lbr. This demtriul deiertained the_ publish ers to IniVe :the work steritatypesl . , and ! thus becini.. • bled to !keep tip a :supply for the aotlillbel: This collet:don contattis_titites-suited to_nearly•eve- - 1 ev variety of measure Ibul in the various Hymn liooks - i ii use, eft - dn.:teed in it very large coilEctioirot Psahn 13esitles these, it et ittaiiis a . fiumber of interesting. anthems; Mt. plieCt;iff, sacred_ songs, &e. easy Of-execution Ayitlrlittlielid . s3l . lllStill-1 mental accompaniments, and 'suited to various orea sionsofeeligions•worShipeontrdeted With thacliriitian .enterprize bf • 7. . Tea cliees-of MusiCi-MitsicaiSccietiesXboies; re-. 1 faders' told others, supplied on !the most teiinreiii - sTpplieatton r ufiliihe,s. pc"- Theitbote uitorliiiiitylie7tatl, whole sale or retail, at the offlee•-t?f the "Herald! mid Expositor," Cailisle,- _„ • if) , ff. , 017: 84 if. Rl'. The stibgeriber will splla tract 4 irate land situate in North Alidelleton township Cumberland county, bou n- Ided_ by lands of liobt. Abrablim 'l"7ler, John Sainlerson, the heirs .of James Lumberton, and ._othurs' containing 359 acres, about 200 of .which eire well timbcrcdand the t esidde is in a state of ciil- tivation. • , . • • • 'rho improvenien'ts . consist of aN . Tao.Story llouse and a large Barry a never fitilins - stream of --ivater-runs-througlythe-farror—forterins-n-milrOT -111/NVAILD M. 811/1/LE, • ; Carlisle bee,. 26, 1833.-3 w. • N-ENV-...-0-1)01), hitZeit .411"13 R. riftlE subscriber has,,in ft. received ' a_larbeuml hand , gg sonic assortment of-,. ~; FALL AND VITINTBROCIODB 9 which he is selling:Ammer:llm ever 'sold in this town or county. His stock consists in part of t•=l ran; Olive, and Oxford _mixed etoths ; Plain and 'Striped London Ogssimero; • 'Salta-nets _ofall'colors.awl 9.ltalities„ 'Sipeti„Prenc_ Cerenan , an'ilEiTgliili: - Mtrtnoes• HOW colored„:silksi,fi , mred. . ditto. new style; Black and blue-blatk repvlSillonT 'black Italian Mantua; 4 1-4 do' do.i.super:blackSilk Velvet;. handsome cojored Silk 'Velvets and figured silk for bonnets; Aferitto and hrocha Sliawlo. , &nice. Velvet arils,' •Beaverteens; Flannels, Blankets, Merino and Lambs wool Rose; French and LondonChint4 Silk Velvet VeStings; .Stocks, Shirt-Collars, Slispenders, Cloves . , iSzci'.Stc,- Also, a general assortment of Fresh Groce.:' rics,all of which will'-be sold on.'aecomrnodatidg terms and unusually low for cask: Pdrchasers , arefl • respectfully invited to call and examine for them selves, at the old stand foal. , doori east of the market house, and directly opposite S. Elliott's Drug Store. CHAS: OGILBY. • CfaiAe,"October 23, 11338.. .P. ;S:..A very large and genaral assortment of-1 Hats r Caps,-Bootaamt,Shoes, Jost received and. n0w...1 opening in the room adjoining the store; sold whole or retail'verrcheap for'cuSh.. . C. O. • . IFLIRMEGIDS HOTEL. E: 14g1z, ' Street, a few ikons.' ethit_pfthe • - " --- Claiirr House • C.LR LI S 'The' 'subscriber having leased the .above named establishment frodt-Np,Sionan Itimt/erlich,and hab sag. provided, himself witheery-thing - iireet,Snry, is now' nabled:t o accommodate travellers, and others in - Vetyfe -- tliiit *illo'ot:fail to pleasethose who may favor • hitrovitha:call..! r • -' THE BAR.. AND. CELLAR will, receive .his atientiorn -These will ivitlithebet of LIQUORS ; . TiTE tiAßl;entt •. wi fit all OTOS be alivadant4l with - all the, trelicticieet which - the Gelman and' Market Can, afford, • 'and. no exertions will be wanting to 'please the palate •of ..(10 most fastidious; ;•-. • • . - TI3E STABLES ,- tireeotarnOdicius and secure; and ; a careful and, attiin.' t.ive hostler altiaSrs in attlenilanee; • 119NRDZIZS :will. be. taken bytini week; rnOntit or year,:on - the:nilist reasonxible.tertas., - • ' :'...A....§4'iO 6 dttoittiOlt to business and an anxious desire, y.k1.1; 'trusts, ensure flint it reasonable . shafe'of public pittronhge. - 4 JACOB - RE ~ r ; •Carlisle;Aprjl 4 4, 1816,—tf. • citra run 'pasC above C6tllllllllin eat ; 6 Ii o'clock, 'A. M. anc.ut 2.4iitl 7 oN:lok.k,-P. 'Drub, •Es tc rrow filtte,q3lak Pursoiss stud 81M.% Mixed Cqe trinettkftr sale. umusually,lcsw, at Ilse Story of• • , --4.I2VOLD•gi*X--- S't 18 •-• „.. • ..• •:. V ._ ;.. ........ A FAMILY NEWSPAPER.-DEVOTED.TO NEWS, POLITICS, LITERATURE, TILE ARTS AND SCIENCES, AGRICULTURE, AMUSEMENT,'&C. &C. PRODUCE .& COMMISSION . „ .„.• &et _ -rw -- WL 1 1123 17 .0M2D • '" BsoadStrAet,'Philadelphitt. THE Undersigned respectfully informs'the citizens of Franklin and CfsmberlnfalLeounties, that he has opened a.WAREHOUSE Street, next door above Broad street Hotel, for the sale of all kinds of Country Prbduce; and respectfully Solitifs"ednsign : From his 'general acquaintance, knoWledge of inv= sines; and the exercise of. Isis best.efforts to promote the interest of his customers, he flattell - himself tha he will be able to render g'eneral satisfacticiU. — . J. 100,8 BERLIN,. • Philadelphia Mar 1838. - REFERENCES: Ohambersburp - • David Mahan,Piq.. enebtirgi • Geo. IF. Himes,..Esq. A' • .T.. - Sivoyer,..Esq, Newville: Gen: SanelSlexander. l - ! _t W Henderson., . Cariist di • :•.J.adob Rupp; .1 am , sb urg: — Geo: /1 7 . Layng' ..Esq - Cleaning and . . Coloring Silks, Ckapesy-.;olerinoi!st. and • Woolens . of all kind6.dlio Dyeing Az ,Sctituring.. JANE. M `3l-UjiRAY,, ICES PE - CTFULLY informs the citizens of Carlisle 'and its vicinity., that she has cOmnienced the color i,,• atol semtring bilks , (Tapes,. men:inoes and all Finds woolens, also taabt dyeing Co' Scouringln all its curl eas branches. ~ S he may be found at her regldenCe in Church A Hee; aTew - iloors below the Grocery Store , Captain -George-\k: Crnbl!, where 'wprk. will be _thM.lit oily received, and executed in a neat and band same • ' • • 111:11111Cr. CltrliFde; . ootObei . :30, 1808. • -Eg OKS. • . • .DST •receiteattfid 'for -.sale et Dr. - Myers' Drug A_suaLlieujoeuitiplete-sets of -Waverivi\ oviTs . " - volumes. ' • .. . -7 . The Britigewater Treatises.. ' ;Loekhart.s Life of Barns. • . —• " Scott; • - - A 7 • " • Napolehn. • The Di'vore.o,.liy- Madame Bury.- . - • - • LWalsiughiiiit, or the Gamester. • The I,Mivotlti, J,. Miss Sedgwiek. _ • -•- Diary of thetimt; or George IV. -- • _ _ • . The l'ikwiek l'apers,illostrited by prints 'fro . Tom - int" illustrated by CRiticksbailk Carlisle,,Augitst 27, 1898.' SOLE. • _ _ TWO FARMS, adjoinily each other, one eon- Eiglity• — Aeres, and the other One.llundred and Sixty Acres, of first quality Limestone Land, inn good, state ofeultivation. These flirrif.4 - are situated on the Letart Spring, in South Middleton township, Cumbprland• county, abotit:l,l Miles. south of Carlisleoind within sight of two first rats merchant mills on the said spring.: ,The im proxements . • . • S T N.V. ITO S-1 "f g , •u • STONE B.dRN, with other iiecessary buildings. A further description Unnecessary,as purchasers will view .the premises and judge for themselves. Possession will' be given on the first of April next. Au-indispuL•eble-title-will he-givek—Fcr-terms—aq.: ply to the subscriber in Carlisle, l'a. • , ANDREW H OLMtS, Atignst2B,lBo.—tf; • and.WOrtein, GENERAL -cO3I.3IfISgIOAAND fortti -• 47'r" ; Mrls. ', FORWATUANG MERCHANTS, rUs. 3 & 4 Central Block,lßroail $l. Plyladelpina, .- --- Airelireliiii 7 ed - to - receiVeluid - effecriaili - ia orany-rro rdute, Provisions, or Mereliptli se, which may be em - trusted to their chine. „ wral Advances' will be made, when t‘eribieed, - Isles arc...effected All goods to be forwarded oil Road or Canal. destined West will'receive lid attention. 'Robert Fleming, . . . _ • - Catherivootl-&-thatig, : _. - . . , 'Smafel Srayth, - : -- Phitadephia. , l'Vfni. R. Thompscin & Co.- --- . : . . . ,Jahuston It Tingley,,. . Samuel Bispliant ; . ,4-. Logan Smith, Esii. Cushier, „ . ' . Bank at Chailiberaburse; Pa. King & Holmes, .. 1 . • - . Kings, Higby & tmle,i7, .Pittsburg ' Macslinne Sr. Kel f ys, 'Atwood, Jones 'Si. Co.. . • --Edward-Lr.-FaiLt ist - u o. — --- '7' - 7 .Sterinig,'Watie.4.l3eebe, , x ° .T.,,k. .:-. Samuel APAlliatei:& Co. • el° ~ ~.Willittny CroOks &I Co. . 13. - Produ cee left at the Warehouses of Henry Is; Carlisle, or GeUrge W. Lnyng, Harrisburg ;shall reeeiVe:prottipt attention. ladelphia.,pec. 10, 1838'.'Om. . . . until_ by Rs )ron) EMI (or MI Phi ffoi•warding & Cons 11110$10111( Vewt rzf6.4 , a 1 _ .digs rity Elentitig 3 Carlisle, Cumberland County, have lately '. erected a Ware House orethe, -RAILROAD,...._-' at the West end of nigh Street s &reedy Opposite Dickinson College, -where they can at all times Bd. ceive and Forward Merchasulize and Produce To Philadepliiii, CliavibirsbUrg, and all intermediate places. N. B. 7'hey' put•chase Grain,'Flour , and country Produce, and keep constazuly on, hand and foreale Coal, Plaster and Salt. OiTOCERIES. IuST received n lot of Loafrind Droivn Sugar, .Colleit, Rice, ; Molitssety Nipiilegs, Cloves, and very finer Tea-.,..501d low ; for cash. C. 0 &MBE. •- drifIUSII.F.CS of Clover Seed told 410 UV ty - Tol — Phesseed, just Veliei lila for side ,~. iiitilOADS, s , $ lll EL1...44.04'0N bg, '4• l llbeitelini, sulk. • ' . • • ' • " CHAS. •BARNITZ. LAIN and . figin,:ed 'ltt.it, - tionibia.iiieoreiliti 'undo 4tyaboticiue6tolbkalbe - sale at • ' . : , k ' ) . ov. 20; _ . • ••- • ' . c-'....„IIRI4 , ,TQLD:SC. 05; : - • • , • . • - . • ' • .. , ' - ". .• " '. r .. • . ___, ' " ' - - • - -• : • ..: • .F , ifnied .0114. 1 1 .00likheit,' Ilk i ed4y, by- ,Cteorire . 7 11.-:Phiflips, in'. Cnr.lis;c l Cuinicriand County, .rd. ... ~..„ ~ I. 4 7iinzDaleancsaa . maaratTeo crframtalraz acieoQ- :Conpnisifon .klouSe, Il k ataLO , e 9 HAVE taken M that large and Commodious WARE HOUSE, lately erected on the Canal' nd Rail Road, below the,foot of Cliestnutatrect, Harrisburg, where. their arrangements are such that they can at, all times forward produce and merchandite with_ promptnest tudidespatcli, to the following places, Viii _ Philadelphia, PittAtttrgi - polurn- , bia, Baltimor'e,'Carlisle, Chainbersburg,. and - altiatermediate 'places. They havelateli entered into arrangenients 80 as to enable them to send any proditte orgoods byA.trity .6 the Pennsylvania . Canal and Colurribitrnailroacl, to Philadelphia, at the sarrhi prices charged by other companies- running-on ; did Union-canal;thus-Oning tliVee days in time;-and.: delivering goods in 13rOltil street, avoiding the usual expense of hattlingfront the I'IIEY.WILL PMICHASE_Gratn, Flour, and country firoduce Of every description, keep con hand (Mai, plastei'; fish Mid:silt for sale: - April 2, _I . • , -8: ..FURArat.)lB A' FORGE. 'IP 3 h.- 63 4 1a6M4 /111 HAT well-knoirn-and 11 . rsiArtite property, called ;Mount BOA Iron Ifil'orkg, situated about. 'six miles soutii-eiiiit of Carlisle and the Ctiniberland-link ley.ltail liaying'ilepurtenaint skint 801IP .Neres ' of floc timberland, and having et ected thereon a Fur nace nntl Forge; - 1 Carpenters' shofis; a .Wareliouse and Office, 2 i%lansion.hollitis of stone, ir Bank Barn andStabling,thirt) Tebements for war, kers, with fitrennk or ivait6,. iifp,i•ent ftia au extelislye r, a NationalToniulry; 'nnii also Several' hanks' Ore. - By die payment of a reasnenbreinint in hand, adib erol_t wall. be given for the , renhuinder - of - the pur .elinse anoliev. - ' , • . . . . . . . . .Applicati . miTif by mail, post paid,) to boil - twit-to ty ----- -- ~ WM. - GIMILIAW: Ilarrisbtdt,.Deo. 31, 1838, z ,ttf. , ` ' . • 5 . < 194D'P'11C . . TilE.c.letlitors Of William B. Milligan, are here% by notified that the• subscribers have been appointed Trustees . under..adotnestie'attachment, t all personti are rerpwsted to preaent tbeir,claimi against the 13,„ Oilipm, to th.e._ mbseriliers on- . .or '.bcto , re the 2Uth ofifebruarv.nexi, and-those who indebted are sreePtesteth - to payinent other NV 15C snits will be commenced, - • JACOBAIYEI2B, - ALEXANDER tcpaut, } Trustees: SCOT'. CHYLE„' - December 31,1838.---13 w- • - •• • 3ZaHLITOE BAITIC - G S 101' STITUTIMA , No 66 South 4th street PIIILADT.L.PIIIA. , CA Pll'AL $i1 1 .50 000. 0 . 1)0 *datily . •for the transaction of business from 9,A. Doptisites df money received, for whirl' the follow ing rate of interest Wine e I year • G per cent. per annum. 6. months On bitsineks depositcs, to be drawn nt the pleasure of the depositor, no ittierest will be allowed. Uneur rent Notes of Solvent flanks, in every part of.the U. States will be received as Special Deposites, on sue; terms as may be agreed on in each particular xase. By order of the Board, • J. DESSAA, Cashier - • PhiladOphist, Dor. 17, 1838-I.y. ..Issignet.o* fiolice. HEIMAS — Jesse it: Johnston did - on the 9.9 th day of November, execute to the subscribei's a deed of assignment of all his effects, incluiling• his books and accounts,- for the henehit of his . Creditors. Notice is hereby given to all those indebted •to the - said - Jesse 11. Johnson, or to the fit•iu of Johnston ,§e 'Newman, on bond, note or book actiount to make pay inialt without Alelav; and all these hating claims figninsi the said Jolinson,oragainst the firm cif John- SOH es, Newman to present them for settlement.- • M. PORTER, ?_ . A.ssignee s \Y. P. LINE, S • • • rchereLFgicen that letters testamentary on the estate of William Carothers, deceased, late of We'stpcnnsborough township, Climberland county, have this day been issued in due torn of taw to the soh-. scriber -who restilei'in-the-AoWnship-'aforesaith-all persons having claims or drinands against the estate of the said deceased; are,' requested to make the Rune with Out delay; Oid 'those indebted to 'said e s tale -will present their claintS 2 pr6perly authenticated_ for-settlement.-. , DEOltoti 11EIKES, Executor December 12; 1.838. ---ow* • • NOTICE. The suliseriliCr residing in 'Monroe loWnsitip, ling taken Letters of administration on the estate ofEve Wolf late of said township deed., hereby gives notice .to ill persons who know themselves inslebtett,tn tbc • 7iuTtille -- rif Tirdirdee'd. to come . forwiir'd . nnd Mae pay= -meat, nod all those. who linve claims agni tat told Es present them tO , :the subscriber duly. waken ; Heated. JoON AVEsTvAtt;;Aitii;e: - Mourbe township, Eec. 25 1835. DR.. I. C. LOOMIS, Vent NT EN . DS -re si (li g - en tly-i Ca 1.1 i and would reslicettlilly Direr his ju.of,essional :s:crvices to the citizens of tho, place and He has taken,Xo9i.n,4 at ' , • , • , - D" a.,Gr.onot,D.-PotiLKE, Refrrelits:-= Dii.VitEonoun . 114i , tus, REV. T 1 1 ,55: C. TII2II,,WECRI A ' MAHON.' . • . FLIONR. • • -• , ••;.....1. • (al; tA\ ow iie:oi,ed and for sale a inetititYtor.rain z 011 FLOUR, a supply of trhieh be ;kePt . .,,',9pa- Stantly,on bands and. delivered to fan4thes lnlany'part Of the town by' • • • MURRAY 8t rk.4miNG. January t-; 4849: • • ' •,. SAVE 1 .T.EIKTH If carious 1 ectll are propel l}' trestol t‘t a seasona ble timeoistliprogress or die (leesy may 'be entirely, Wed. PAL WARR, Daiwa Sinseint, N. NV, Corncr of Clnulos g4,1:45 3, :ti0 sta., Baltimore, Received, tttwt for sale bract:o4 white enthi Aces, by ,3 r. at.;. Lt.. look Z_LIL,J CtIA.S.BAItNIT- , . Just received' fiom wilip'inannfne to•ny most splendid lot of slorswitelles,ladieo• gentlemens rtdiug wtp[ls9fAlio.West :boy le; iiMPTok 0 4. . 6 by • .`- . BARNITZ: imin PO-ET RY-. sweetest flowers enricled,,' Vrom iiiirious gardens cull'd Wifh care." Ft:oin the:chrietion . Statesman OS SEEING •A. TABLE MADE OF WOOD FROM THE MOUNT OF OLIVES. • Hail, sacred relic!—Can it bd , •. • • , Stldea's suns have-nurtur'd thee? . 'Say, tlidst . thou rear a verdant crest,- - . • , Auct spread in branches bold and fair," : .. .Upon . thatrriountain'ilndlow'd:brinist, thy Savinuriueit. iu prayer?. . . .,... Dome on,• 'Fancy's:swelling tide, • ..ooeft'ViSibts _Oer - Ahen. ieeni_to • Methinks, upon my polished brow Thepilgelm's kiss:might be forgiven, Or low the meek enthusiast bow Before thee, as a shrine from flettven. Oh thou-whose table here hdow , 'Ai thy lasi . i . t -- fiper held n foe, , Truett . us a'sleepless wad; to _set From every traitorous sin io flee, And . 1)Y - thy 'payer on - Olivet,, •Yl'pt•tCi UB, when Ivo fly:l2,tit . ee'! . Hem:ford, Conit.) U'briuin abinii-7o be Afar- UM 1 cannot,.without trlliag lies, - . D:luo<I the liglitniiig"of Your eyes, ' .For madam. to derlAre the. truth, • You!ve nelthmyeattty, shape nor youth. ilow'eri 01 . .11:Merry iart,..__ • _ You're playedyour eilitS_t'vjdusa,natfckart,: ' When youngY no itive saw your Charms, / • ,Or presved you in his' eager atuur,- but triumphs your old age attend, And you-begin -where others 'o:ntl. • . aaa•• miazullitatuanrz• Frain .11exander's Weekly. AressAjts SHORT YARNS k - _.VOYAGE. -Plores.- - Singular ,Fancy—A Whale eare for the — Rhetematisn - Singalar eircumitantes ,.•• —The Skipper's Groi--Bovaniata-=- . Preparatiw?sfor a Straggle.• We lay off - and -on Flores for three days, during which time wejlot on board a sup ply potatoes, pumpkins.. ! • best, by the way, that Lever. tasted) onions, &c., and "The old sow and little pigs,'.' fowls, fruit, and a plentiful supply ,Aaf latter gentleman; however, is no sailor, and a few day at sea generally terminates his mortal existence. The i .patives, here are; - mostly - of - part-Portuguese and [fart Negro ilAcent, and when we landed, were poorly clothed, eager to traffic fruit, wine, and the pretty frail, baskets they manufacture,. for . Waives; clothes, er money. They are un cleanly in their habits; and covered with' vermin ; : and it was rather disgusting to see them sit leisurely down and. overhaul each otheri caputs, - and when they found a resi diner, crack the poor little unfortunateNbe fween their teeth--i-augh! "lie gustibusi" - & - ,c. marbe a. vorygoolLnotiorr,..butiLcana say 'it suited mystornacli. - Our operations here completed, We bore away to southward. A, lOok out was now -- kept . - frorrilherfore - and - rriain topgallant head for whales;' and the day after We lost sight of Flores we "raised-a whale:" "There she !blows,"--resounded from-all:quartersintl amidst hurry, bustle r and no little confusion, the three boats Were lowered ; and in a few hours. we had Min alongside.. That night we lay hove to, and the gray and. blue sharks played round us with 'glee 'at their approaching banquet,- As I shall take oc , easion hereafter, to give a deMiled 'account i,of the manner .or taking'and "cutting in" . the-whale andlfrying out the oil,'-we jat present, let it pass. The. next day he •was cut in,6-and--the-rright-and-partof,,the -1 folliiwit b ur morning Was passed in frying out the. blubber. And a jolly looking set I wS ,Werd-aS -wp hovered around the fry Works-,-the Ted' glare of,tlie fire beautifying Mt r - respectable - : v xd p: , 6011. ,liartitannur.- The:Mate; With his ski, 'tivir in hand, :tirnitig,,out, the scraps,with' his cliiii TWitlVti beard 'o a .wook's dowing-his broad;.rndity Ond 'well bearded countenance, neW - Wotighlf saturated 7, as 7 well-as his dressc-Withitiii- . 7 4thick shirt, and, caniraSs,trkviers,..i*as hands" ; stirririg:'nii buitling*biitit;:,blOOlt; dingy, ind greasY-,-;, like so many. imps on .their,errands'of miss say, him? of alit of; sernery tbey'have thi s WnlielaW . iinost amaz-: The',mata was ` in gOod humor--as the fires grew steady and the works hot, thiroil • hevaine : .fatter in color. . while oil, .thiVdrA4ritlith, for a young bull," said, h'ec, fiQ In ft . of it.froin his ladle:, into the conthr',"wliile "enough )I(os'Obr the elillady's glass lamp ashore." - "Sartik, never see ; pre • '"Take_ that, Yoe.. Semi u ref, e: hole _ 49i-serap,at - a :that pp* : his head . impudently. out :the . ,,stat'ei,, ' shark` LitAkkheit.-- 7 !4Mice;slr,:Whenl was 4.6oardha& a iii•aiti*..ttic . !:''thaa thaf.""' was that?" alr w,e,were . boArds Ofr iind on lamaic.a looking ,Otit:•for,-thn _ . Buccaneers, that had bigun.to be trouble some in 'that, quarter and now and then, we got apiece of fresh meat from the shore —this Spoiled Dllr appetites for old salt junk in its nat'ral state, you :seez-Tso; when we gets . our allowance for the tness, we• just slings it with a piece of spun yarn from the sprit sail yard, so that it soused in the, wat er and freshened its nip a bit. ZWell„there was a cursed shark that folkivied the ship; and every im,tti and then: bolted,a piece. of our' bief, 'and.so brOught our, mess - upoO short allowance.' So we watched. him, and one. day . heated 'A •thirty-tWo . pound shot. red hot, while .old.Tomr Beverly tan talized lint with the_piece_.olL.beef,:licildiug. it_to his 'nose one minute;• and jerking :it away whenever lie made 'a rush for -it. He soon- got ravenous enough. ,Po he :gave the, beef a last jerk, and dropped th 6 shin in its •placetlie old commodore made aelear,.sw.ee . pond- ought it at least-two feet (Terri' tke-zvater. -. My, eyes; . iliat-a hissing it made 1 I've . an idea that chaVs au-petite for_salt junk was as well cured as•the French inan was or the rheumatit." • i . "I should think 'it was Who .was the Frenchman, and jiew was'he cured? I have it myself, sometimes, and should like- to' know," • • - - "Ldon't believe you'll'llke the method„ 6jr.• As fin: the Frenchman, he WaS a kind I of -captain's l'elark,-aboard, the- -p6or critter had the yhenniatiz so bad that. his legs arid arms were all- drawn 'into a heap •-he had tried a good - many things, whet the Mi - ptahrof the, .ibretop said he could cure him, if he wouldn't stand-at trifles. So he. agreed to do anything in reason and not to" stretch his:conseienee.too taut if-he went a little beyond it.' • • • - a day. or: the•dld tar eaught a OA at least ....... feet long, -and Sung out mad-for„the.-Prenehthan. On (16ek lie earne as well 3s he could, so . they•quieted . the shark a bit, ripped . liim open,-strips the old fellow - naked, ,m,d'elalis him inside the slirk-read out—be_lays all solid, aud'left hini to - think a bit: In about ' !)._half an hour,- - they came back:. took him out half dead, stows him s awa . , in his bunk, and wraps hird up, warm -with'a half dozen blankets, three 'days after,..he could run up the rigging as well as.aiiy powder: monkey mi board.!.'d L l'es "I say, Mr.: Griffith, ar'n't you a bit giv .en to yarn .it?" _ • • "Not a bit, sir, not a bit—true, as I'm a sailor.", "Well, you area sailor, 111. say that, but blow me ill-ever he.aril Qf viell a enr4.: for the rheumatism before." ."Live and larn, sir, live and tarn.' But, I 'Say old-'one what's that :t: , ou're turning over the side so carefully ?". "Ah, well—l once was witness to asing ular circumstance, Mr2-Brown—can't say could ever-account for it rationally. -.Our steward, in the Trident whaler, once broke a,large china dish—Shallow sir; and ti foot milt a-half athwart shipsso, not caring to let the 'old man anything about it, he threw it mita the cabin dowe This was. about. two bells afternoon —the sea was ag smoth as Polly Monroe's . china--,(you know Poll, sir?--,no!)=—Well, pt eight bells I went aloft;' to • relieve' the mizen torgal;antihead-I: stews myself round and lookingclesc astern, saw someth ing dodging to and fro in the water, 'moving slowly down slantendieular like, then rising . slo -again. lancing-dovvai.--I- sung out, and they lowered a boat, and What do you think it was I'll be hanged if it war'n'.t the broken dish; As - fast as it went down - the curveoiritts edge it up, all stand ing—and it couldn't - sink.fdidn't • the old nigger get a blowing. up, though ?" The mate locked expression .in his eye.:, , -.".l"hat true, :too, -Mr. Griffith?" "Sartin, sir; see it With my, oWn eyes." . "Wel4. it's no touch to what happened aboard this ship, last t voyage. You, -see the 61d•mati: was fond of - a glass of grug, nokv and then, and the steward d,itin4ilintl a small sample of the same goods himself, .so he used to knock. the ,necks oft` the 'old -man's bottles, and stow o,lvay their con-' --t,ents-under his o wil-belt.—AVell; one storrity dak, ye:were hove undettnaintopsail,, and the sea, was ,going up .and'..-doirn as if, hair the world .ivas on: fire_under it; the steward came - on - deck , ainte.inti'Ve . something to ward,-Lthe slippet,gang out. to liitnand lie went lift.- .'qiarter of' lan - . 116nr; - ho came forward:OtM:toleekafteTeenitithing in tlicsalleyv just as - heHetboktaitt:;iiqd to go 41,:weshilwid-w sea ai)dithatiacame the bottle again, -(fo r it-was he had throwir ) aspliitec itig.like:n bolubsltelOigaHnst -- the - .- - darkees FierflAtead. _____4 l t - __4ll - 6_nritne:nsoment,' we 2nll lipard, , avoicetiayingralte that,-S;ou ber,:.for, stealing the skipper's.witte, was Davyqotte's,as''re'rt sinner. The skip , was safe enough after that, I tell yeti. 4!: • • i COurtrsittp.---Johatliart—Dunbatter--saw . N.Pindelee - jeastall' at 'meeting„ ,- Joiltthati_ up,4 7- Jilideifei arter meeirng, -r antT • she kind a Sidled'off....7He went'closer, dd . ] his elbow. '6lie resolved she ;Would,--antl ' phiMped'her:arin right round Jut* than, feltAll4yerishir and- said liked.the text; 'seek and ye' shall find,' was . purty good reading. Prudence hinted that 'ask and ye shall receive'' was better;,..Junathan thought so too, but this axing was aiuzr . • . • was apt to.get tine . a snort A LOVE-LETTER i rkom A . TAv,cln To. and shoran warn.'t no fun. he ,follow ing.. letfer Pro de nen guestied Straivberries and . crea m feuM - a tailor sweetheart, we 'clip • wqre - iil i ect, Jenathenlhey Warn't so slick m.' fro on 'llkehange •• "Rqiniant . of my as - don't',saidTrue, and ‘ bnittis;! May' Ihe ripped from the' borders ' s he guy - Jonathan's arnr an involuntary hug. of "your esteem, anti tieVer`be bidtb»iid. to was leeter,atarted, but thought,'his farm the let;E. of :your kindness; Strong- wanted . sonic female 'help ts.,look arter . the lr .fedisa-,t,3 4 .00 . •1ient yotir • beau'ty. , - , - - .- house.,- rPrneltherlidw to, make rade Ltuoti .MttylLiie.YetZlose..it thiMble_full_ot yogi ..'breatl..,l'hiii_jlon'l,c . .eaid favor, but von' have so entangieci . thethreel should',' ''Said. Jonathan., 'Now" don't,' Said' of my understanitani4,wio, l :o4 . pretty 61.11.; yein : Worild'ntantl Juba c" of yours - that . l.:am — sirtrk 77 trutiho 7- be'th - Ml7ihTletmitToweir; 7 o.nti Trull nOtt - rep .yours ; every 'stitch of, ' me;„ and my . - needle ler - tell faytherhat'S;Jist'What .Wentt'i IfolloWs. you. '9•Ther6fore;, phihint Jonath r emitnd*three.Weekilnnithnly point or,..iny7eritreavol!; 'lint let, me Myself to.your kiadiiess;thatl.op.r let`thS , --;:ht!ddl'ivernere,'; • , ,•• . • =EMI tighter to your. afeetions. I live' you be yonelmeasure, but it his hard to eatbage one sweet look from you, that talmort des pair of having enough to finish my suit.-- Pray put a favorable eenstructioit on .this, entl.for the . same I shall always. sit 'cross= legged for your sake, being my dearest lit.; tle jirouneer.- ,": - . Frotri.the NitiidintrAlugiezine. - A OKETCH- 7 -..I3AYNE; -AND- WEB- -STER: . Our object is to . ive a like telt or-Congress as ii is—its members and their 'manners ; ; but:we must be, pardoned if we travel a lit _ tlo out Of the recordie,a point 'of 'time _re! Moved Some years.- We refer to the great , South Carolina debars- which took place in' _the Senate Chamber upon the Tariff .ques ticm'Cif 1832.: We were in the . gallery. 7— __The ~iiullificatibn. fever had- risen almost! frenzy - high. :Members - of all panties had deserted, the Lower ,House'• to- witness the splintering of lances between Robert :Y. Hayne,of South Carolina,aud Daniel Web ster.,... When -we entered the Hall, Gener al Hayrie n Was speaking ; -he was a man or, general ydathful*appearance, with-his shirt collar turned . ovei his cravat, and this hair smeothly - brnshed-across his forehead. , was of the middle stature and *well - made.— Ile - wa's speaking energetieally.Hhis eyes., were peeuliarlY'brilliant, and his face. wail , eitrentely'lnale ;-• he inbyeti..up.''and clown' the aisles formed o betiveelailic desks with; 'a . rapid, and agitated step ; his gesttires were vehement, and lie appeared to be under - a. high statement 'of . .. excitement. - We.were peculiarly*struckWith his whole appear antS, and the tone of feeling evident in the Chamber. , Mr. Calhoun, then Vie - 6 'Presi,,, dent, was in the chair., with his large, sta 7 ' :dy and vigilant 'eyes WitneSsiiig,__,the'lliSt great battle of lii4l.loetrities, he seemed.--the. . - very - spirit of embodied interest--not a, wind,.not . a ge,sture•of taneral .Ilayne. es caped, look. The Senate .was - deeply interesteilas-a . tuattel;.or. The.langtiagerof - Venetia .Rayne was rich and vigorous; ,and his InAverful sketch of the effect of the ImpostLaw.on the' South. --the description he gave of her people— his'oWn h;azardous 'elocution- and impetentis bearing, Were.-evidently making a strong impression on the Body.. From time to time attention Wenli_ he directed .frOm him to the_gentlem ed to answer 'him, a: Rayne attacked inkier -cover of *a'terribla. and-galling fire. . • Cold, serene, dark, andpelancholly,.that 'man, thus assailed, sat. apart,• bleak and frowning as a mountain rock ;, he evidently felt the gigantic intinences that were at work around him, but his profound -Mind was strengthening itself for the contest. And how deeply solemn was that hour, that moment—hoW grand .that scene, and -.what were the meditations'and'sPirit rallyings of - that-dark man'? His countenance waver ed not during the whole of that tremendous speech; assault after assault was made up-.• on him, but yet he neither Turnetrto Yiie right nor left, but. calmly and•gallantly like a soldier waiting the signal, he 'bided., his hour: That time. of retaliation cantle swift as the thoughts of vengeance. to Daniel Webster. Who will forget the :exordium of that remarkable effort—the lashing sar i _ casm—the withering tones '4 7 -that 'voice,' .and:the_ttmper_a_l_ iis — languagel—f-Oenefal- Hayne (we - remember distinctly) 'clanged color and - appeared-much disconcerted. ;' but who that heard him will permit the:iie'rora- ..fa Att. ti - 611 to - lo forifottet—tikise closing pasiages of grandeur, that majestic allusion to: the flitg of freedom and his country-?- 'Looking; :with his. dark and • lust4.ts eye, -: , , , ,thron g the glass dtiin'e of the eltambeto* - eY'iv . he could see that banner flotiringSte ered an apostrophe! which. husote'ver: been sUrpassed.and.seldom equalled. - It coritpos= ed a figure cit the Most thrilling interest Via , buret of•solemit .arrA pathetic feeling and, coming/from stieh,,a source, (a man getter.- allyAskemed phlegmatic,) it was electric. •It Wasli4e the beam Of ituneet,••or the - gleam° of summer lightning,•radinting.the brow of tlitiVilf to ti , 4,11- we have above . alluderl. Agra those seeqealare-pasr;==atid-ille coon tty.litis the benefit of . those speeches S hut the memory of them;` and ~the • incidents that attended theware forcibly log - tressed upon-our-mindt- ' • UM Tr gaugarago,.,voati kasb . ~ The drought of . last seasoneo having dee-. troyed or greatly injured „the second crop of . 1 ' hay, Many farmers have blt'a shortsupply for-their:stock the min g -- win ter;----Every ineans,.therefore, of using. .this with the greatest. economy . should be resorted tn. It has been abundantly, proved„. both in En- : rope-and-this country, that . 'cutting nllf•long feed for stock, is - a gain:of 'one-third to one ' .lialf of the, cost of ..keeping on . long. or un-. cot: f00d.... The . great ._objection --to-Attie._ rnode of economizing, has _heretofore been' the severe or. expensive labor attending it ; is to rcinove this, iniPression . that .1. trouble' ,your . readers with these reinarks. . Thil difficulty no longerexists, since the intro duction o'f that ?te plus yltra of agricultural Machines, 'GII . F.EN'e STRAIV- CUTTER, which • may almost be. said - to .:the self-cting, so small is the force ,retiiiired hi` * work it...! On this point "may mentiOn'tliat- the. comh, niittee on machinery of the,llighland Agri cultural_ S - ociety of Scotland, having eareful• . ly tried the •"Yarikee'thition," say in their : Report, that "it will cut three,,_tirnes . more' the liestMachines of the common sorts,. and to'. with less force? that one serson driving th a m ac..l tinc,;-....Wi11,ent---willi-z‘e . • ,- . five hundred weight of- hay 'or 'straw -per . - hour," To the truth of this avertment I airr,readylo - ietir :fall. tesiiiiimiy- n fr - om•--fity--- 'own e - itperienee:: - - - Now, - -tvitifthe aScertlirt= - . ed power io convert three tons of kw into four, by the investrnent of only thirty lor furtk dollars, it is to be. hoped that tno far-'• me'r will allow- hiniself:to-be concerned fo-r -wanl of sustenance for his kine. If, the - hay,-after being cut up, be:sprinkled with brine, it be more valuable, and- be eaten. np" eleatier„ from.the trough. Try it. _ - [We perceiye - the machine is still adver= tised for,sale - hy 11 , 1rA - . - . I. -Hitchcock, at Landreth's36-Cliestiut-streeti-and atHirst and, Dree's new .and elegatitestablishrrient; - No-97, same street. We are "true belie .vers''. 'in the economy of cutting all long, feed, for stock, anti we constantly here g reliii!irinstrument spoltetrrifiTilliElliglrea" terms of.praise by those.who have used it. ED,. FAR CAB] DUTIES PEDFORMED BY A GOOD FARMER.- -The approach of winter always induces the thoughtful, and careful and industrious farmer to look about him to see .that he is prepared to Meet so boisterous and inclem ent a_ scason : of_the_y_eariti_theltest posaible, nmner. ,His windows, his - doors, and the roofs of his buildingsi. and are alliexamined, and if necessary, made tight anCiectire.4-;- • ' Ibis barb and stables are looked to, and put, in order. :His sheep; and Inigs and podl- • . try have all comfortable,'dry lodgingslira- pared for them in due season,' for tie knows that no animalcan thrive anddo well, that ,-- is not well housed, and tv,pll fed, and every,/ rty,ay. 'made .clean and comfortable. His I yotatc . :-if_ily-stigar z ,bests,-his- - turnips 4ind— all his winter'fruits and vegetablesare well . secured against frost, and placed' in such - positions that ready access can be' had to them,luilien-necessaryovithoift-subjecting them to dangef of injury by' exposure to the weather, His fuel, is so arranged .and preftared , for. current Use that. hisfamily can • procure it -- Witliout : Miy unnecessary expo sure tribe rudeblasts of whiter. Aid fields. - , :and meifilias are 'kept - closed during the tviriter,Mul earlypartof spring ; sethatanr imadifinny not be permitted to ramble over them and_injtire his grounds, His barn- . yard is•so arranged that 'his cattle' never lea've it - during the period of winter feeding, / by whickineans lie Baves all their manure for. the nourishnient 'of his ._crops,—H is imPlements of husbandry • and food are all • carefully housed and arranged in goad or der; so that they. can belted when wanted, .for, use--His garden, in which not a weed -has:lteenTperrnitted-to perfect-and - scatter its* seed during the autnem, is thrown up , into•ridges about 18 inchee high, and sepf mated only by trenchei extenollng fi:ont end _ AO-end-of-the-beds-g_ this he knows ,expeOes _theicill:iitiffi.melioratinglitifin_e_na___et_tlie - -L. frost, destroys the grubs and ,wormsWhivh._ sack minim during the winter, - ,deep ,in the : ground, and. Witco!! the , ground7inoles7to ----- - Sea - ouffor - .dryer -and,,iwarmer lodgings ~. elsewhere. 1-By this:•plan •of -ridging 'his . , _ garden in the as soon the frost is . out in thespring, his beds dry end-warm, and.admit of being leveled. and worked at on e e; lengbefore flat and , wet . ground -'can with propriety be :Untied by the tipatt ; this 'enables his: faintly to have a euppli otgar den ,vegetables'4e . .i:eral, week's, - earlier than those whehave less - intelligence •or indu,s- . try ;. thedeeper, filth and .'more . thizirOurgli, • , • pulverization of the Soil, also increases 'the growth of the plants, and enables them The .. . better :to protect thetintelVes.' against the,. contingencies Of . eitlifir - i ,L ais,',. dry . - Or. .iterjr Wet tteasona.-:;•FaiMerle'Caliinet. . • • ' . % WELLEmsnle.---‘ Rather shady here," se ilie ;cockney said; yen hervas let-down into . , ,t h bottle vete e: to ' it lien; sitjmndred fathoms in ihe sea. 4 `Thitt'e sem et hing:ne bre'Wer, said, Nen the. dancing master offered, tosal hilry hie • teTiz.o DiatinaLume [Froth the Partner's Cabinet.] IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. UTILITY - .