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NOTICE TO JILL - CONCERNED.
The Vendee Notes of William Gibmi,
formerly Of West Pennsborougli township,
due on;the 13th• of September, 1841, ate
In the hinds of Me subscriber., if not paid
before the 10th November, 1841, they will
-be,-left , with proper_officers for collection.,
N. 38: All money •received on deposite
iri the Carlisle Bank will be taken in pay
ment of said n'otes, and none other. ,
• JOHN LEFEVER.'
betobet. 6,• .
NOTICE. • • •
• Estate of Di.. Pt Linn, dec'd.
LETTERS, Testamentary on .the last Will and
Testament. of Dr. A. P. Linn, late of the
borough of Shippensburg, deed., have been issued
in due form of law to the, subscribers. NOTICE, s
hereby given to all pers - Olii having claims against
said estate, to present them properly' authenticated
for settlement, and all persons indebted are'requeat
ed to make Payment to the subseriber%
WILLIAM LINN, ? •.
ROBERT COCHRAN SSll'PPen sb 'g'
.• JOHN BOUVIER 3 Philadelphia.
September, 22, 18 , 11.-6 w. Executors.,
Private Sale. ..
THE' Subscriiier utt'er's at Private Sale,-
a FARM OF LIMESTONB LAND,
situate-in 'West, Penneborongh s township,
,courhy, (milt. Rock Sp - ring,
one mile:from illoutit'ltook,--hounded,. by,
- AdrulalifSainuel and Robert NliKcsbnn_LP.lo .
strict inciasure:: -- Thn-inyrovemenaare, a
. Two Story.Logliiiu§C:
:.: f; . _ .. sndiTflJ EN
- with a welt' of "good,, Wate n tr.
Orchard of,choice-fruit, a:BANK:
-1311 RN, CORN. • CRIB, and WAGON
- SOEO; Also; goOd Tenancßouse and
_ ,Shop,ind Stable with a good*
'I& property will be 'sold .
'.separate-or togetlitr, .as !nay , suit
.ers.'On application tlie_terins'wili be made
, • known by the subscriber.
• • GEORGE DAVIDSON.:
October 6, 1841.-3(.
-A VAL ITABLE FA RM. -
For Sale, '__•_
The subscriber intending to remove to the west;
will dispose at public sole, on the premises, on Sat
urday the 30th of October next, at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
a first rate farm of prime land, situate in South Mid
dleton township, about two miles south" of Carlisle,
containing 100 Acres, of
PATENTED LIMESTOXE LAND,
.atres of which is cleared, and the residue covered
' with thriving !bating timber. The improvements are
a two story' .
SIEOI% E . HOUSE &KITCUEN 7
' and if DOUBLE LOG BARN, weatherboardell.--
:Where is also a thiiving young Orchard of choice
The,Ronny Orook Spring rises on this farm a feW
-rods from the house, which ensures a 'never failing
supply ofwaker to the house, and also to the rattle
from everyfMld-on the farm.
, The-Whpleislind¢rgood, fence and in high state
of Cultivatibi. A clear and, indiSpitlable title will be
-given, and the payments made,to suit the purchaser.
Sept. 29, 1841
611 ; first rate Farm. at
Public Sale... -
r4e expo s e to Puhlio Sala, on
Thursdif Abe /28;11 of October next, the following
'situate in West Penusboromdi township, Cumber
land county, lying on both sides of the Cumberland
valley rail road, 9 miles west of Carlisle, and two
east of Newville; colithining
2 - 7 - 0 Acres
• more or less, bounded by hinds of John McKeehan,
John Myers, William Lehman and others. About
200 acres lies on the south side of th:y tail road, to
gether with the following improvements, viz:
A oTwo story Stone House &
• Large Frame & Log Barn, r•
nearly new, Wagon Shed; Corn cribs, Granary and
Carriage house, R Whil and pump near the door, and
an excellent apple Orchard, With other fruit trees.
Also, a Tenant house, JStable and Work shop; one
of the Piddle School Houses is built on this tract.
About eoo acres are cleared and in a high state of
cultivation, the remainder is covered with thriving
• The 70 acres lying on the north side of the rail
road will he sold separately or together with that
lying on the south side as the purchasers may wish. .
Tice land is patented and the title indisputable.
Possession willhe given on the Ist of April Me..
Ank.person wishing to. view the-property , will call
on Jacob Lehmaii,on the premises, oeJohn McKee
han ailhluingiorturthasubsoriberlu,Carlisle..,., ......
For term's apply to '
Carlisle, Sept. 29, I.—ts... .
-IXTLancaster Exa iner, publish 3 times.
' • Voiletablv . Propeirly:
lqgla 041%./at..4, •
Thh ipbsoriber; will sell poiltively,.:and • without
by Public action at the
. late •residence of Mr.' Joseph Hays, deo'd, one half
raile.siest of,Carliste;aii/Saturday- tile 231.1 day of,
October 1831, the following property, to wit: •
• The:propertylatiiyhichlhe late: Mr. Joseph Heys
eside:l, one 'half mile, west of Carlisle, containing
10 .Acres & Perthes
• • . •
The improvements ea this land are
• • • • '• • •
;.• /' -Two Dwelling Hontios,\
a Ititro and youngGreherd and a good well ofwater.
Alsti—A Tract 'of Land lying near Mr.
Libys'.Mill, he the borough ..of Carlisle, containing
5 Acrep and. 8 Perches:
property Two dwellin g Houses and
Ober haprovethente. '
• Alao-4That white Frame House ; ntl
half lot of ground; situate in Hanover. street in the
. propertyof John
-Hays George 'Brown, containing $0 feet. front
(except the . p . rivilege of a four feet alley, conveyed
the.adjouung„ property) and .240 feet back, with -
Vier Privilege -a,-.10 foot alley runnlng to Pomfert
. . ,
3 terrns of - sale - will be one-fourth .of the pur-',
Moller to be paid on the Ist of Aril next.and '
i t r u k...l,h r ... r p r isr annual payments, with-.
n can be g i ven . to the first described
"1. .. .d '
•1 .'atelwill after the' sate' •
sell elitiee'ef :
8 P ri Ne`kle titevious to the day of. Sale.
disle; Sept, 20, 19Jtorrx raeoutor.
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For 7Tcketa and Shorei or Ceryficatee of Park.
aged in the above Splendid totteries;--address
- .1. G GREGORY' hi - CO. Manageri,': -.
_, Washington City, D. C.
' Drawings sent imme diately after., they are over. to
all who order as abova."..
D. A lir,'
these, iahuthieplillSaie very gentile in their opera
sink Footling neither pain . , griping nor. any nau_seous
siekiiesS. They Miseedinly comfort and strengthen
the stoma& addhOwels, andslearing the sight Agar
;fig and memory'. of aged persons, by carrying off'
'phlegm! watery nuitteroutrid grosa and thick hu
mors „thin] th e stomach bowels and blohd, which
makes thee' so celebrated,' for rekoiring, coughs,
rheurnatiiiins, pains from the body and limbsdravel,
Wes, pick, s tomach , disordered liqwels and. wormeh
icine is sago ars fallible ieure'for fever and
by Mortgage aTit
Ditiries'Pa*tc* Blood Pills,;;
For the cure of, eerosuraptien,dieauletlyind-pipe,
Ulcerated sore 'threat,: lungi,on4. - liver complaint,
sweats, flushes of bent ) hurnlog in the stomach
A FAMILY NEWSPAPER.—r*VOTED TO *EWA,
.P9LITICS, LITERATURE.; WE' ARTS'AND. i smEmags, AGRICULTURE, AMUSEMENT, ate: 40;
. • • E. ROBINSON 41i;' C 0.... -: ' • "-•• '
Have located in Carlisle for the purple of .manufactuting. and . ceiling,
. , . ,
Hathaway's Patent "Hot Air Cooking , Stoves.''' - .
.. • ,
And being aware ' that the people. in this place, and
vicinity ? have, been much imposed upon by the iii
troductitin of new and. highly recommended articles
which ; they. have been induced to purchase; and
. which have-been so slightly made; - and of such bad
material; that in a .short time they have failed. and
become uselesg. We, therefore,do not intend offer
ing,Stoveafor sale until theyre fairly tried in this
eismitiunity,smd pronTSilatil dre - durable in their
construction, better adapted to liepurposes of boil
ing; baking and all the varietiet‘,o
f cooking than any
Other stove; also, that they are a great saving of fuel
as well as labour. -
. . .
0:1' We earnestly invite farmers as we'll as res . ',
dents of this place and the neighboring . villages, to
call an us at'S: Wonder Hill's hotel, or notify us by
letter (postage unpilid) that they . are. 'willing to try
our stove—and the stove span, be placed in the
kitchen Of every person giving nil such notice; and
'taken away alter trial, without any expense te.per
soni making the trial. . ,
The stoves will he kept for „sale at the Tin Shop
of Mr. hicobfridleyonti at the Foundry of Messrs.
Lay and' Stouffer; in Carlisle.
Having contracted for. One ,Hundred Tina 'of
Castings, we will,in.a few days, slimily stove deal
ers with all the different sizes, on the most' liberal`
tcri l . lB , .
ELEAZOIt ROBINSON, of Carlisle, is agent for solliag the right IQ' make and vend .the HOT AIR
STOVE,. and will dispose of Counties in this and the staining States. •
. We publish the following recommendations from some of those who are - using the stoic,- to encourage
others tv, try it.
Citetiele, Sept. 1.2,1841.- but lam convinced upon - trial that it can be done-as
t h a y, i t i n e e i,i 10,7 kitchein,inelsF-H,t4aWfir intt, i wellin your atove,aa in a brick oven.
eiii4 . 444,,, ~ 02 - 4,10.e,4,„"r e a,,,,v i l ot,,i , eco o t o tenil k r. lit4lieye-VAg -the g_eri cis 1 introketion p6aur:
as averi , :sutieak'viirtlelerl'he'Olifiliti s e, iii.:156::.01; uta4. - tvirto vivie wilftie vy.tilletittlaiatto: the Atublic, - .
.If-lati:B:betleetiiiittxl-ituAi6tialiftelerigilinikeJtAplii„ tbereforej_shail take pleastirelitt.reaotumeritliOg ••,1. :
%ie./nave's iinaioih.,.,:altfral?,;i, egagtjp,g . atl.hrbil.. , I#l.ttetdit.!Atitrxreatieetfully,.• , 4±7 , --... , 7........
tng'aiiiiilrliniiiielirtlldiatro . 1110 - iitite Z
l" , ' , .' . r-} 11 ;.7 2, ;:;: , :' , ..: .:-.. " . '" ''.' • ..- , W11.1. 1 431 - MOVWFT-T
leas wood than required-for any atoye which we have . ' ^ ' '
_ . _.Carlisle, Sept. 10,1841.
-used. i_ . .. ; . , . ". ' ' ...Metter - it E. :Robitaton & Co.—Gent 1 have
This size appears - to be peculiarly caleulated - for
yarmers, and for "dick em benefit I invite di to call
nse;181 -- shall - take pleasure-in ,
SIM - Wing the stove to all whom _interest _or curiosity.
nay induce to examine -
SIMON WUNOPILI.OH. • -
Nept. 11,1844- .
.Messrs E. Robinson ; & Co.—ErrruemEN, I have
during the few days I have bad 'your ilathaway's
Hot Air Stove in use, 'become convinced of its
great'. simeriority overall other stoves I have used or.
seed. '•I find by the trial that boiling, roasting, bak
ing and broiling. may 'all bp ;lone .at the same fiend':
in a most perfect --manner, and with less 'thaw ono
fourth the fuel I •have ordinarily useil for the same
purposes. I have heretofore been of the opinion
bread could not be well baked - in a cooking-stove;
Carlisle, September 15..1841.--y . •
I have just received from • the city and am now
opening a large:and splendid assortment of winter
• n •L- t il ; eatilii • .
'consisting in pat or Cloths, Caeimeres, Sattinetts,
Bangui, mid Gent) Cords ; black awl fancy silks for
.dreeses ; Mous de [alines, Merinoca—a large
assortment of British and Domestic printB ; Shawls
and Handkerchiefs; all of whicill have heed le ected
with care aud will be sold at the lowest possildep ices,
CHAS. BARNII .
Carlisle, Oct. 6,1841. • '
$5O l 000$30 9 000•'""$25 f 000,
• Grand Union Lottery.
Cittes - Nta-r:To. be drawn at Alexnndria,D. C
on griartitty, October 23, 1841.
. . 16 drawn ballots. • -- - - - -
GRAND SCHEME.' .. .
' 1 Grand Capital_ prize of , 50,000;dollare.
1 Splendid prize of 30,000 dollars:
1 do do 25,000 - do
". :1 . do do 10,000" do
1 prize of r - ' - ' 8,000 dq
1 do of - . 7,000 do
1 do of 6,000 do
1 do of • 5,000 -.do •
1 do of ' • 4,000 do
1 do of - 0,500 .do
• - 1 do of • ' ' ',311 -do; -
• ,' 4 do - of ,• . • . .2,000 do
• . 5 1/0 of • • 1,750 do
. 10 do of , . . 1,500 do.
10 do of '1,250 do
so, do. 'of . 1,000 do
50--do .'of ' . . 500 ' do
.50 do •of ' 400 do—
WO do of °Y 300 do,,
100 do of . ' 250 av
. 170 do of ' • • , '2OO ..do&c
-- 16 drawn - nntrtbers out - of-78. ,
Tiekets -- s2o—Halces $lO--Qnarters ss—
, .-- . • Eighths $2 50. .
Certificates of Packages of 26 Whole Tickets $260
-Do ' .do . 2611A1 .• do - . ' 130
Do , po 26 Quarter do 65
Do do . - 26 Eighth do 82 50
Virginia', lionovigalia LOltery.
Class M. for -1841.- , -To be drawn at Alexandria,
' Va.,on Saturday, October 30,1541.
14 drawn numbers out of 75. •
, Making nearly' as ninny prizes as blanki.
1 .prize of
1 do -
• . 1 . -49
1 do -'•'••
1 do '
75 dq,.4-< ; ' 200 do.
Certificatese of. Packages of 25 Whole Tickets $l2O
Do. do 25 Half' . 60
-- Do:- do ' • 25 gOortei do • 30
.1 New Cart for Sale,
Enquire at the Store of
Carlisle, October 6,1841. . ,
Edited and Pub/if/bed, or. the PrOprietori, tit Carlisle C i umbertand Couniy, Pa:
-fairly-tested-the,9llot_Air Stove" which yeti pot
at myilouse, and can recommend itasliiiiiEsSing
principles tifenoriomy-- an d- convenience _fil r_surpas
sing any other stove which I have ever seen.
.The boilerscoming inimmediate contact with the
fire gives it great facilities forhoiling, bud- t! , e oven
heater i such a principle that bread As IniVed in
.as fine a manner us in a brick oven. I find. it also
great' saving of foe! and-liihour, and would advise all
.to adopt it. " mrrcH EL' INIcLEI LAN..
. ' Chambereburg,-Sept. 6,1841.
I do certify that I am now using one of Hathaivay's
Patent Hot Air Cook Stoves, No, - 3, and .do,recein
mend it as superior to . any stove I have :seen, the
greiit saving of fuel, and the variety that can canl>r cook 7
ing at the same trine, makes it an ob t ject to those who
wish to facilitate the °pi-nations 'of t nAitcheii.
. .10S. CULBERTSON,
glitness across the chest, pains in the breast and
'aid e,lit ward cancers, piles,s ore ey_es,soreilegs r uleers
of every , description . swellings, rheuniatisms; they
sCop The spitting of blond Rod-heal the oak affected.
The Panacea Blood pills Are prepared expressly for
the strengthening of every part of the system and
healing alfulcrrs and sores, purifying and removing
all humors fro m:the blood, which is often brought
on from too much sitting or- standing, or 'by expo.
sure from sudden heat to cold. • Weakly debilitated.
persons are particulary advised to use them, as they
strengthen the body In a superior manner; they are
not intended to operate on the bOwels so much as on
lie blood, as too much purging will destroy any weak.
ly constitution, and has carried off..its thousands to st
. world unknown th us. Take the adVice. of one who
- studies to save life and not to kill; weakly and.debili.
toted persons should not purge more than once a year
as it often times brings on costiveness. .
ALWAYS BEAR THESE IN MIND
Sea"Sr d 'county; Vp. &pt. 7. 1840.
Dear Sir:—l. write to' let you know that the Lord
has alonesreattliiiiis fOr me whereof 1 aim
.When T saw you 'Fredericksburg, I think. I said
.I.had been afflicted with - if very acid (sour) stomach,.
and subject to a violent pain in mydiead for more than
.twenty years, for which I took:rhuharbond soda three
or four times every day for thii many years, with
little or no relief, and my legs and inkles.were so
much swelled that I was unable,at times, to attend to
my business. But since you made me a present of
a box of your Family Pills I have taken one or two
of them at night in going to bed, and now my acid
stomach is relieved, the swelling in my legs has new.
ly disappeared, and I do not think that I have been
hindered one day with the pain in my head since I
began to take your valuable meiticine. I think the
Lord directed you io„Frodericksburg, to administer
to my retie.. (Blessed be . lits• holy name,l am greatly
relleved..) There 'is living-in' my neighborhood , a
poorold Woman who . had
could get no relief, atflength I purchased a box' , ot
your pills and gave them to.her, after a while I saw
her out and about her business, and she said that the
one box had cured her. I have' spread the fame of
- rimr-yaluable maiiiine amongst my acqiiiiintances,
and many, have - purchased. 'Now, as it reapests my
self, my friends tell me When I go to town, that they
have-not seen me look so well for many years, and I
say to them,. ' I will tell you the secret why ; a short
time ago I met with a Di. Davies in town, and hegave
me a box of pills, and they have made me look as
you now see me.' And now, my friend, I hope that
the Lord will continue to be with you, and make you
useful to your fellow-creatures, as he lima hitherto
done. I remain with respect,
CHARiat &vita. .
- Several Females have been cured of the falling of
the Womb, by taking very Small 'doses at intervals.
• • Mpper 8-F erry, August 11,1840.
Wm. Atvtr.s.—Dear Sir:—.4 am happy to in.
form . you and the ptiblic, that'l have been cuted of
that dreadful disease the Rheumatism, by taking your
' Family Pills. I have been labering muter that
ease for more than a yekr, fluting which time I tried
the skill of the best physician without efftet; at length .
I was induced to try your medicine; I found relief
after taking half a box, I continued to take them until
I had taken five boxes; mv age is 71 ears, and Icon•
eider that none but the old and rheumatic persons
know how grateful
- I feel to the medicine that has
'restored toe to health.'
i 2,500 do
3,000 do .
„ . .
Yours, resps . ctiuny, . Jenny ry.E..
. , • • •
Ws, the undersigneihme agents at. Harper's Ferry
for the. sale of Dr. Davies' Family 'Pills ' swe know
our neighbour: l ,lHr. Dye; sold him the pills of which
he speaks so highly, and believe his
,statement to be
substant;atly true. •
,' Respectfully, t, • .W. & -S. R. ANDERBON..
nuit64; peßr Loc . usi 'street, was diseased
tor seveo, years with lump in the left side, bumps
.all over.her skin : pains around the small of her back
running into her, stomach, which prevented ber (to
use her own words ? ) froMeatingone particle of Meat;
the first sloaq removed the lump; and two b nits r set
her at liberty. ,
X was severely.'diseased with the blind piles for
twenty months and prostrated fret* the loss of blood',
and one and a eialflosie of Day . iesfargi,lil'ills has
slifentire 'ewe of, me. .I:JOHNSON. •
Washington; D. C., Ably 7,1841. '
Manufactured .antl sold wholesale and • retail, at
No. 265/Sont third street Philadelphia; and by-Mr.
Joan G RAIN Cat lisle, general agent tbr Cumberland
county Penna., • - • - •
' Also, for sale by W. & Caution, Kiiigstown
Eckels & Firearid;Roguestown, M. G.' Rupp, Shire
manstown,J. bingneekor, Wormleyaburg; 11. Brew:
ernani New Cumberland. • .- • ~ • , .
, OtrPersonie wishing to become agents hrthe.villa
gee in With:44lle pills ire not • sold - in Cumberland
county; will be supplied with them'hY oallinrim Mr
JOhn Gray_Carlisle, Pa. who 'is empowered, ap
to"tiell agsdw'vrill be 'charged, $2 per 'flaxen caeh, or
e 2 .14t0,ae1l town'issiont' and the Palaces4illood
pills at , $4„ cash, or $4,50 .On , 0 0mmlssion. . Retail
price•for' family pills 22 4 "ati. per - box) Panacia
blood pills, 20!centa per 'bk.' . Faiti direetioas for
being themaocompaay each box. 4 ' • . ;
" Carlisle, B,Cpt, i 5, 1241.--6ra;
vualsomputaz wournartes eatakounna, se; aedao
Prom the Evening Tattler.
WATCH RE T U S "
.Magistrate 7 —Ctesar Mtirrias.
Whereupon a 'colornd',exquisite bowed,
himself-forvvard, and- announced biniself
as' the inividual aforesaid.
• Magistrate—John 12,44 .
- And here- another . gentleman of .color,
dressed inithe mode; limped ,6:inrards the
desk,.exhibiting a ,pose, swelled out to the
proportion-of ,a winter pear, and a .reddish
:whiteness around the edge of the left optic,
which was tantamount to' a black eye, and
void have been 'Mich had Mr. Cuff been
a Caucasian, instead of an Ethiopian. .`
'Magistrate.—Morriss';howeame you to
make such a violent atinult on Cuff ?
Morriss:—He.hab richly deserved him,
Cuff—Vilab no sich thing, 'Caesar Mor
riss—i hab always treated you as 'a gentle
man,- which youneber _Was, no how
• Morriss—flat dar inilisy's de way he
always particularizes on my feelings oh
honor, and arrouses de wosser features of
my indignashum .. •
_Magistrate—What • was - the origin of the
bossy,for ati it Was-sittiut i .111 Y. it p ritail4
•ing nb . ile.. - .tterf.f.Wffitae : tiAtittlgt.747?.llY
sar;Morris comes in, in a . dibble.of n pas
shorn, and wid his° eyes staring like eberY
-tine-to. or: rather- a
kracterob - Maibeth
"Now," said he, " Caesar Morriss, look'
out, for-I'm - .
" To tent; you, limb &mil limb,
An stre - w tliscbmAyard will your' boneto
~ Golly, tinks Caesar_ wants to show
how much he knows, to hab..a .crow_ober
me in 'de_Roscitis. Club, but I'll put lain►
clown With_his own we,apon. So - bossyj
trow..'il myself into one ob Scottiti..aitituiles
and replied, -. • • ; f . •
" Dy treats,. dy mercies, I defy,. =--
.. Le!. recreants yield who lutb de fear tonic,"
" Den " says Cmear,,•stampnn on .de
- grouncliike - .St.:Preorge - :en-de - dragonif- - •
"Doit lossel vile
•I'll flesh my weapon inlly ehult:11;11blood.'"
"Dar. ain't Ate teat no how, Cwsar,"
•' 114"- says, he,
• " Dou traitor base!
WhaT,Ahape de ituogn lipa in his lair !"
So don' sari I,
.4 De work goes bravely on,
Dem dat stab Cesar stiai .. ito blood at
" Dar," says I, CTilat . Morriss, if dat
dar aint into.yeu-,den gosh 1 . all de world's
a stage, and dis child don't know nuflin
‘ A ‘l t i o e tl iw to op h " e e l t l. i ?? ,IY ". 8Pe"11
says . •
' "'Caine on Madcluff,"' said I
An golly; come on suro enough,
an den I was tinkin oh some oder morcoau
de- Shakspeare, as we say in '&1 - French,
dai I found myself Lakin the measure ob a
new male. grave,'an Caesar pitchin into
me 'right an left as if he took me • for de
fellow what •
"Raie'd Priam curtain de dead oh night
And told him liar de city watt on fire." .
An dat, bossy 's de.truil',, de whole truff,
an nuffirr but the truff ob de matter.
Morive3lf I may hab de 'auranee
Rut MI rejoinder,
. gg 191 probe before I go,
Dia man's far baser dan de fiebda below.".
,•-' ~" " liab done dy idle prate,
_ De iii9g ia in no !uniting mood to-day!"
Magisfrate—l presume you' are(lmtlx
members of some spouting club.
Morriss—De Roscius Club for young
gentlemen ob color, bossy. But Cuff is
merely a honorary member ; an habn 't a
histrionic genius, sufficient for dat same.
CUff—liat dar ' . e nuffin but de %cis ob
jealousy bossy ; cos as how he fears' I'll
be. taken de upper bizness.oot ob his own
bands. ~ .
'Morriss 7 . , Yo'n" -- dO - tipper . buziness:—•
Gosh ! Y6u hab'nt de jaybus to play nutfin
better dan de. second grebe digger, or de
deliberer ob aictier—and such•like.
Cuff (in a passion)—Angels and minis
ters ob grace offend us ! listen to dat dar !
den its de unaniinons voice ob de club dat
my Hamlet is first
.rate •my, Hotspur
beautiful; an' dat nuffin whateber can go
ahead' ob ,, Ty..Bigthiff4t, • • ,
111forriVeltlrou play itiaartiriif:GT.:-,
rader belt toad, ,
An 11 upon de 110i110111 vapors ob a dungum,"
den 'hear you delibef de
rrirsam.the dead oh nightiktilailf de , world
Am with a isolator:drapery hungoll ober."
Cult—rgut in, the text. 'stain. 'Member
, an I'll call bossy for a. witness,) dat
'eh dot entered on de minnits oh, de Club
Morrise.—An probe dat it's de pure
priginal Shakepear, ae_it : Ebppeared in de
book . ,tiefOre George Jones an . Dick H,e4elh,
an de lest ob_ep,..e fled by fili n g on
de ornamental :. ;', ut se‘ttrt — iireayin,,Uniiiy;, -
Vutf's n4n'Ob,ahistrian, an caternomore
pley Richard,' den fry up tOde.moon!
Cluff.—Prebe" me bossy—Kobe me !-- d
s On s in' for instance die-here
_int - de tent,
and you an etesar de ghosts ob - My:',uncle
an aunts.. - 1 New bos s y pet take'atriltintpai
q'theatriO Bl threw)hrar
self on 8 oraCi'' and giving a kart and a
anon 'iw9;cor,f4nced operations in the
midnle ,of the ',4eglogey, in one of the'ntenit
alarming voices :we over heard—
• ' •• What ?We is dat)
Sore death° oh some - Irovning grebe .
Or plaits de obeli a forth' ob his entrance
Trott some cabben ' ' •
No nearer what„„i feet my eyes grow habby
An incline to 8140 p." • . - ,
' Here followed a series Ofstarts and snorts;
and them the monarch gave a .roar that might
have been heard at the Battery,.and a rush
that nearly-sent oneor more of the nudienec
into fits; and continued, (shaliing•the
as if he ball; half dozen .attacks , orthe
fevOr and' ague_ operating (whim atone and
the same time.) °
" Gib me a hose—bind up my wounds!
hab mercy Hebben ! Ha!—him-was but .a
dream." • ,
Magistrate.—That will .do,,Cuff.. _
Morriss=-I.' tort, ,bossy, you'd soon, get
sic ob ; him; and yeti he hab de 'surance to
fink dat dar's zactly like de crook bad(
tyrant, ben dar's not life.or action enough
in, him for de nurse in Rdindo; or de ghost
in Hamlet. ,
Magistrate = lt struck me there was quite
a sufficiency' of both in it: '
- Morriss—Goll, den, onlyclisten to me;
an' I'll coriwince yoti I hab before now
roaed.a.crackin a window, tin'. tremble de
buttons frbm off my coat.
dat dar mere child's Oak, and utterly, be=
neath - thejaynus ob a.member ob d.c "Ros
,tevtiamti!...o4l6ititrigll4ll::_goihi. he tetitg '
Wank wor • - 7 - 7 -
Magistrate--Mell, .Morriss; have you
any" defence. to make touching yottr attack'
o n-Ciffl - ' • •. - • •-- -
Morriss--E hab, bossy, de defence; ob. a
protidspirit-sulTerin' under de indignity. oh
a traitor Et blow, .
Cuff.-Traitor me. ,to traitor,. Cresar
'Morriss ! .But - I care not. _ Your. words
pass *by me like de idle wind. „
IVlagistrate—Well; Morriss, the defence.
Imb•hini at my tongue's end,
bossy! ,You see trace some oh dose ex
trumordinary freaks ob nature which Bar's
no .accannting* for, on - simontiffe princum:-.
pies; Guff-was-deputed• to pray RiChmond
to my Richartl,_ben. he habent de jaynus to
pray one-ob .murdereitzt : what-killed-de.
babies in de tower,
Gaff—(who blushed up like a block of
Peach Orchard with rage, at this Unnaiti;
gated insult)—Are - dery no
,stones jn heb
•hen' !. *.
Magistrate—Tie silent. Cuff.
-_Cuff—Can I be' silent at a time like dis?
If walla had tongues dey'd speak at Bich a grievance.
Morriss—=Yes, bossy;--he was deputed to
pray-Richmond to my Richard; and to heap
"'Olympus don Mount Pelion," . de dibbil
bow me if he didn't want to change places
and to pray de hero ob de piece!
. Cuff—l admit him! Speak ob me .as I
are, nuflin exterminate, nor nuffin set down
in.maliee i an I'll be satisfied. •
Morriss—Well,-de . pray- went •-an
ebery body, • particumlary de ladies,' was
charmed with him, .'specially in. de scene
- with de ghosteaes, whar• I - brought *down
de house tree times. .
• Cuff-0 golly I hear... 114 ear ! ben de
• hisSes.wor so storilinary prevelent, dat' a
blind man might•hab :'posed de audience
was a flock bb geese !
Morriss--Ha, thou incestuous, 'murder
ous, damned Dane,l . • •
• Cuff—Thou kingcats,l'll hal) one
ob your . nine-lives. •
Magistrate--Finish your story, Morriss.
Morriss,— • •
But as I was saym, ebet4uting went - on'fus
rate, till de last act, ben in comes Rich
mond Witlya sword tree times as - Intig, as
de law allows, an 'gun to lay him.ober me
as if he.tooli me for a bale ob cotton, in- ,
stead ob de King 'ob England! . '
Cuff--4.-Only tort to fetch him out on de
sword exercise, bossy, ob which he's as
ignbrant - as de .debbil oh a prayer book..
'Slorriss—Aebbens!' hear_.dai i .beO . I gib
lessons to de chrb free, gratis . , for ntiflin.
gistrate-4nd BO he laid on to, you
with; his long sword. ,
igorrise-1 guess. you'd say", so, bossy',
if you had seed him.. Fist he broke Bly
helmet--then he stock his Sword right,
through:my !mufti—then he. het,ine . a ditt 7
bel ob . a 'blow on de shins; &it made my
nose bieed 7 —and den I was down on .my
face : an tisclaimin .out,." purdissbun'catch .
dine, arum, de . chance are . dilie!" gosh, if
fe'ilidii i rpitch i
ntik a place I won't'men
wikk de gat oh his sword, till I tort
de dibble had-me, and dad de whole. hoUse
would, buil and go mad with laughin.
C,uff--Well, bossy, he did'nt wont-ti
die 'corditi to telt ; ha to. _make a matt
ob himself by killen me for de sake ob de
Magistrate—And 1 . 6uppose;Moiries, it
was to ,revenge itio•insuff that you corn
• Cu IF—ln Booth 'twee nuffin else. - tny
Morriss Slaver I hab set my life up on
-s tan d--de 'hazard- 0b.,410
die., Yes, bossy, you
,do ;reason `ha& as=
eignetlL , , , , .
~NingistreteWello I'musl. at ell e'idnie
rennerul yqu till :11-43'elook: '
Cuff.—(with an' air of trium p h, ; and
waving, Aie•Aaodmajeslid#l(9)4-How like
yau clat,„ i3etayitist, • '', .." ' " , ' '::
Wirriio - 7 - (i4ling //is di'o 4 ; 44 4' 106 *
_ , lliaii4-
9w y o u; ':nOW
'ifivir idll speak'
fpg. , pa
hip txtfin,. y4i4,'y,, o ,
yord2::: , !:::. .?,, ,;,
"I corn, tn 9 ford—yet lerme say no more—
Gedder de sequel from What went before."
From the Philadelphia Saturday Courieii
THE B-R I DE-S MA I 1),-;
• BY;A:LABY OYMARYLAND.'
In a.small' parlor of - a neat little cottage
in the beautiful village of Ashton, were Seat- '
ed. an aged dady !Ond a:young girl. . The
fornier was engaged in.needleWork, , and_the
latter .was listletisly.turning , over theleaves
of a book. .
• - .•. , fiATltY..hayo mt.:, not. taken
„ your usual
walk this. inorning,•lllFer'eiditried-4
"Because," answered her companion,
,of..ivalking :Where there is noth=
ing to'be seen. Ilim : lired of living in - thii
dull place, and of 'associating with the yul
'gar people who inhabit • -•' !
The complaintS of •the'young' , lady were
interupted by the, entrance of a servant, who
presenfed a letter. 4 .!„, • •. • •
• "Who brought it!" said MiSS Lee.
“It,waibronght by. gentleman,
who refused to come, in, but said he' would
call in the everting.,!!• . • .. '• . , •
Alice-examined - the direction of the letter
and exclaimed joYfully,."lt is from Isabel?"
she opened it.and read as follows:, •
Dearest .12licei—Do you remember that
when at school together, we made a prom 4,
ise to actos bridesmaid to each.;otherishould .
-either -cif.-:tm-req.ulrelinich'n:Serilcel.A. now:.
.elaint the :fulfilment of,your•,prornise, ' This
l'hetrothokar'youi -- friend; ---- Ho• :: bas; - .4oine
gladlY•evaile&myklf of,,the opportunity: of
writing to: you, and, of. introducing - bitn. to.
_your frieiidship., ; I had almost forgotten - AO
tell youhis - name,:-•Horberr,-
land his home is in New . Orleans; of Ourse
it wilt in future-bei-mitter---Herbert-thinks ;:
his - business in Ashton will be concluded:ln
a week. • He will then return to.. Franklin„
and•l hope - you - will aecompanyliimi . Your
society, my beloved friend, is-Al that is
to-complete-the-happiness of your,
affectionate • ' • ISABEL GRAY,
• The pleasure; with which Alice :perused •
this letter was not unmixed with other. sen
sations. • "And so Isabel' is to be married
So 'soon! It is scarcely a year since -she'
left....schaol;.and_she is riot at . all,_
(casting„os she spoke, a glance at the mir
ror, which reflected her own beautiful face,);
"but she is rich and .she has an Opportunity
of mingling in .fashionable society!" And
Alice retired to her chamber, to muse over
the happy prospects of her friend, 'and' to.la
ment the . povery which compelled her AO
iNsraste . her sweetness on the desert air."
Alice Lee was deprived by death of both
her parents, while she was still a
Since that time she has been underthe pro
tection of a maiden sister of her father's,
whose narrow circumstances compelled her
to reside lii - the-zobseure . village of Ashton.
The old lady was eteedn - Ti - ,IY proud of her
beautiful niece, and by her injudicions in=
dulgence', and undisguised admiration, she
_vanity which was the . pro
dominant 'feature in the elaraeter Of - the lay
Herbert came hi the evening,'and , with
an ahnoit unconscious coquetry Alice array
ed herself most tastefully fif receive the
lover, of her friend, and she was gratified to
perceive that Herbert was struck with ad
miration of her really beautiful person.—
He was a fine looking young man, and his
manned conversation were so-superior
tuithose of the rustic swains With whom she
had been_ accustomed to associate, that Alice
was completely fascinated.
The ensuing morning brought Herbert
again to the cottage, and, after a day passed
in his society; Alice sighed e renum
bered her "enonpnent with her friendp—
Mid - she - conli not - help - this king,that had_
she met hiin while he was yet free, she
might herself have been the object of his
affection. His admiration of her evidently,
increased with every interview, • and Abe
week appointed for his stay in the neighbor
1 hood had passed away, and yet no men
tion hat) been made of his intention to re
turn to Franklin.
Meantime . the affianced bride to Herbert
passed the time of his absence in the dreams
of future happiness, somewhat chastened by
regrets at her apprbaching.separation froin
the friends of her . youth and the scenes in
which her happy childhood had passed..
Isabel_Grey wasual,heautiful, but she
had an - open, intelligent countenance, a
cheerfid •&apt:wino* tr most affectionate
heart, and a large fund of good sense and
correct principles.. She was only seven
teen, and Herbert had been her first lover.
She loved with elf the warmth of a young
unpracticed heart, nor did her inexperienced
eye detect in her lover's character the, ab
sence of those, strict princiPles by • which
her own conduct • was governed. Nor did
tt ever odour fo her that. her : had, any
influence in - aftractingliis returnonlhe ap
pointed day, and:, was much disappointed
when she received letter front hiM, Which'
infetined her • that ,eircirmstatikes had occur,
eel which would' detain hint at Ashton till I
the very day appointed for their, marriage.
The approach of that day caused the most
: in the breast of Herberi..-.
He had never really leVed Isafinl, bat -sho
had lahnired_her_ character, and , he felt that
,upon her principl es; lMr, goodiienso rendered .lier an agreeable
companion,-. •and,' Iter ' foram° was ,by no
I meansM be disregarded• by a man of lfiX
evnensiVd tantea and habits. ititifteie e'en: ,
I 1 - h'd" b f''' 1 - ti ''' 'i'
si 4,114 Os yenta e e orb ,t etn ueßcq n
die Partaitiit Which theheauty Wpm,. had
I a:;irakened in, his , bosern:. ~HnjstMgglea
4tsain#Lit.X. : .". :" :, . ' ....,7 t"iiii fixed•
himself away , lol - iiioroto 'drat* seemed
orilY:tO vivo the cliiiina, which,; 134 0tid',ItiiP;
Alice 1.0411 , hirwAs wefins'elie was capable
R 18181131630 '74)Z6 to—vt,pc, Ascii
of Itit , ing any • e, and her regard for - her
friend opposed but a feeble barrier: to the '
Iratification of her wishes. She was films
pable -of deep feeling, but her vanity was
gratified- by the evident devotion of Herbert,.
and her mind *as dazzled by the prospect
of imaging from ,the obacurity. in Whichther
charms had hitherto been buried.• ~The.
morning appointed for. the marriage of. Low
bel grely:had arrived, and she sat alone in
' her ,apartment, in 'rtionientarY eipeetation
of - jibe arrivd of her•loVer and herlilend:--f
111 - ercarue_rtot, however, and Isabel was
‘he'gming to apprehend the occurrence of
iomeadcitlont, when her' inather entered the
rainri; She, held, a, letter in her hand, and
was • evidently - iii a state of excitement, unc
usual to her, gentle character..
"Isabel," she Said, "this is from Miss
"Is Alice ill?" inquired Isabel anxiously:.' • '
"No; she is•not ill, but she is unworthy
of yourfriendship: She tits eloped with '
_Herbert!" . . .
'lsabel heard no more, end, with an tx , :, •
elamation of horror . and surprise • she _fell
senseless at the feet of her Mother.. When -' -
animatien . returned, she insisted oil seeing ( '
MiSs•Lec's, letter, and her mother knowing,'
the sirengili of her character, theright itbest
to indulge her. The letter
,e`oiiiained may .
11 'brief , account of the elopert4ent, with .a dis;•,.
claitnef 'op thejiall7:iitthe Writer, - of i - ally -- ,7,
linciviledge of,..orliartiCipation to the:affair.
f.,„ . .l.iabeLarey...flid;_iiiiLlsink.•.iiiider:this•-se,.;_::
- - ..vere.strokte.felvalt:theaugiiish;l4l4l:-
- deimiition oilier spirit, natural to whose '
dearesi hopes had been prostrated by treach-' :
cry and ingratitude on' the part of him, to •
whom she had given - lier_youttg . hearti'with• -
Tall its glowing leek*, and ofher - Whifiliall - .
been the dear companion' of her childhood: .
'-But-in-her oWn - bereavement,isabel did
forget thatshe was the sole stay and coriffori •
'of her widowed Mother, and for nobler plir. -
poses than to, be wasted in fruitleig repin e ' .. •
ings for one . who had proved hinaself .un 7 '.....
wortky of her pure and deyotealove. She '.
felt too, when the first shock was over,;that
she had reason to• be thankful that . - any cit.; '
cumatance, no • matter hoW painful; }dad unz - '
veiled the real character ofher lover, before . ,
it became her-duty to close-her .eyes •to his
faultsooTeonceal; - exerr - frcinrherself;-if-pov----
sible, •his• want of honorable prineiple.
Years rolled by. Isabel Grey had be: •
come the • wife of one who had loved her
from childhood,. WI who, if inferior to the
one of her early choice in external graces;
was infinitely his superiOr in all those men.. •
tal and moral qualities
,which give dignity t&
man; and Which render a woman's married •
life happy. , .And Isabel loved him, if Vat
with the hripassloned fervor of other days;
at leant with a deep and siriedre affection;
and With that reliance, on his faithfulness and
truth which grew out of •her perfect convici
tion of the integrity of his character.: She •
continued to reside ilt her mother, •4•11 . 4
was moe than ever dipendafit upon the af-:.
fectionde stte'ritioneof her daughter.
__Erne_ very stormy everfing,,the whole fa- : •
uriily, were collected - found - their - cheerful
fireside. Drs Dillingham, the firiShand Of
,Isabel, had' just returned. from- a gong and '
thfig,tring journey, and was seated in a large'
arm chair, holding on his knees a be'antiful,
infant a year old. Isabel was seated near `
hire, also Caressing tie child, and Mrs. Grey ,
reclined on a sae,- and •surveyed the
group with looks of . betioit and delights
- Sudde 6 , . th was a • knoCkitl' at tile .
hallT or, - immediately folloWed • by the
ent nee of a 'female, completely enveloped
~! a cloak, the hood of which concealed her
entirely. She carried a child:in her,arms,
and pashing.aside the ehair,; which * Dry
offered, her, she' sunk at the feet of .Isabel ; •
and • throtving off _het -cloak, revealed") the •
le - atures -- of - Alice-Herbert. •
.. In utteramazement,lsabel stooped to:raise •
the .prostrate form of her former friend. She , .
took the child from her. arms, and With her,
finebtiftd"s assistance, she laic] her on a - sefa, •
`and waited With breathiest% anxiety art , ex- -
Planation of her sad appearance. In stew .
minutes Alice raisedher head; : •. • • . •
".uo you wonder at me, Isabel; that . l have'
dared.to approach you—that presume to
raise thy eyes to .the face 6f ter whom I
have 'so bisely injured?" .
" You have - net injured me;
All that has — Owed is long ,since forgiven
for it is to you-that I owe thy pt &gent hap •
piness." And tsabel smiled, through the
,tears which had gathered in her eyes as she'
looked at her husband' and her lOvely
..But where, Alice, is ypur husbandw.B44
wily are s , Oti here Mode at this honer
*alle is gone," said . Alice, solernnly;"any
render 'his - aceount at the bar of bternal,j4s ,
tide; and, I have begged my way fifth& to ,-
claim your piotection for my innocent baba
'had then doge mn eyeaLin'peace:".• •
Convulsi*e sobs het° choked, tltic.aftr%
ance of the wretched ~*o nail, and she' wag
cenveyed in a-Stale
' -of, hiseraibility., the
bed whic.h,shenever rose agar
I , Alictettstory*as soon told., Immediatefy •
after marriage, she and Herbert had proceed:
ed to New Orleans, and entirerfaf (Mee upon
a course of the Mbst reckless extravagc(4oo';
A short time sufficed to, dissipate ibe:
fortune which gerbert (incf,ber:
isEresf *ife;vvhesepns - ) a tint,
OharrnThad , been hepssoielkurtierind,.
rwhposmanity end ~ ioeef:attricticd, tOr:
pletOrttafittett ter for ,doiliekitioli(44ler
some 90rithe, struggling
ticaltiesiliarevAtedc by , tbectiontpininiV.,ol
biti;wiCe, and by - hityema,imPetkint
lion; geOert.4 , 4,lo.o4ptmrdo§l44,ooo4i .
mated 'hie'OS'itiiio ,o o-01 . fe.ivjtng his
and child in; 4 ~ ,Igate utter Asto4lo6ll-44'
Thus 1 P o ,r - .4o . o. 2 Alietrtokikldilttfi= l -;
of no,'resour in
dia4o,tiut friend'Wh4mitt.6ll44lso4P.' =''
iat'and 'some charitthl,o4erechiroPi(iMitia'