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j 7 PEL. A W ARE GAZETTE & AM ERICAN WATCHMAI FAITHFUL AÏTD FEARLESS. VOL. .AI.A\ JVO. 1928 ÏHB TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1832 .VE ff' SERIES: VOL. .VÎS'S. Jh'O. 1318 PRINTED AND PUIH.ISIIED BY aætiaiaaœu»#Q saohb» PRINTED AND PUIH.ISIIED BY S. SEWTON ÏUftüKft, No. 4, market Street Wilmington. TERMS The Delaware Gazette & American Watchman, is published on Tuesdays and Fridays, in each week, at 84 per annum, payable yearly in ad vance, $4 50 payable half venrly in advance, or if not paid till the end of tlie*ycar. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. w— Advertisements ol twelve lines or Ies9, will be I ■conspicuously Inserted four times for n dollar, mul twenty rents for eactli subsequent inaction, unless it should extend to three months, when it . will bç live dollars,and for a year sixteen lollars. For Philadelphia Wilmington DAILY. TUE STEAM BOAT W I JLÜI IN f* TO IV, CAPTAIN IIENItY READ, leaves Wilmington for Philadelphia, AT 7 O'CLOCK, A. HI. And returning leaves Arch troot wharf Philadelphia for Wilmington , AT 2 O'CLOCK, P. IU. EVERY DAY. Fare 75 (JcrIn. Biggsgo at tho risk ot tho ow board. Freight nkfant and din intod list . I! ■provided or March 4—tf I't Hour of fleguii'liire IVotti Wilming ton to BMiilnilcliiliin, Changed to One o'clock. f« egg THE STEAM BOAT Capt. W. WhUldin , and after Monday, the 99th instant, leave Wil niiiijton for Fliiladclphia, EVÉRY DAY, at 1 o'clock, P. M. w II.I, . FARE 75 CENTS. AH Baggage at the risk of its owner. Brcakfust and dinner provided tin board. Freight taken on the customary tcrips. Orf. 23d.—tf It is TH E time of TWO BLACK Bl >YS, for a term of ilrs. For terms apply at the public Gaol of New Oct. 16—tf ' Castle County SALT v ff r !l KKSM. &.c. IS'; P 51 ! 100 sacks SAL T, 50 boxes Goshen CHEESE, 100 do. No. I, HERRING, 600 cwt. CODFISH, SO half boxes No. 1, CHOCOLATE, 25 bis. No. 2, MACKEREL, 300 loaves N. O. SUGAR, 10 bis Mouongahcla WHISKEY, TEA, KEYS, 10 lialf bis. COPPER ASS* 5 tubs No. 1, BUTTER. For sale by 6 chest young hyson 5 dozen fancy BUC1 at T. H. LARKIN , No. 89, Market-st. Oct. 16—4t A. M. FREEMAN, J PEWTÆST. RESPECTFULLY Informs the citizens of Wil mington ami its vicinity, that he has returned to this city where he will remain until April next, and hopes by strict attention to business, to continue 'o receive a share of that patronage heretofore so liberally be sto vcd. Oct. 16—lm DCr'The Trustees ofthe Poor of New Castle county, will meei at the Poor House on Wednesday, the 31st instant, at 10 o'clock, A M. ns having accounts agaiust the Institution, will uim&vcwt them to Thomas S. Ncwlin, befiii^hhc Monday next preceding the day of meet ing, for settlement. i's '-I CHARLES H. HAUG HEY, Cl'k. Oct. 12—tm New Castle and Frenclitown I A PASSENGER CAR will be dispatched front the Depot at New Castle, on Wednesday afternoon, at 2 'clock, and every afternoon at that hour, Sundays excepted, for Frenchtown, thus offering those who may wish, a pleasant and delightful ride over the Rail Road ; returning leaves Frenchtown at 5 o'clock in the evening. Parties can be accommodated with or more Splendid Cars, for the whole route, or shorter distance, at any hour of the afternoon. JOHN D. BIRD, Agent, N. Castle . July 13—tf A TEACHER WANTED. A man of steady habits, that is qualified to take charge of a country School, may hear of by applying immediately to either JAMES LINDSY. LEVI G. COOCH. JO HA IV. EVANS. Near Cooches Mills, Del. situât Ion Oct. 23- 4t A TEACHER WANTED. A person qualified to teach reading, writing, arith inctic. grammar, &e. is wanted to take immediate charge of the District School No. 62, in New Cnstle County. None need apply but such as can be well recommended for competency and correct deport ment. Address the subscribers, near the Trap, St. Georges Hundred. SAMUEL JEFFERSON, ISAAC CLEAVER, JOHN McCONAUGHY, Committee. October 23—4t. aætiaiaaœu»#Q saohb» or BY virtue of a Writ of L . Facias to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, At the House of John M. Smith, in Wilmington, in Christiana Hundreii, on Monday the 5th day of Nov ember next, at S o'clock P. M. All that Brick Mess which it is erected, situate of Wilmington, and bound* .est street, on the south west by lands of Margaret McCannnn, and Henry Witsel, on the north west by landsof William Shipley's heirs 1 on the north cast by lands of the same heirs, be the contents there of more or less, together with the and privilege of an alley ten feet wide, leading from this Lot into Pasture street. And also all that Lot of Land situate in the said city of Wilmington and bounded Willing a north vest north uage, and Lot of Land i lying and being in the city on the Fouth east by w < •! the south west by t^fryt, commonly called Love Lane, on the ,an ds late of Griffiths Minshalls, on the t by Lands of William Galloway's heirs, and on the soutlrvtet by a Lot which Thomas Spnckman conveyed to Elijah Lewis, containing about two acres and a quarter of land, be the same more or less, all which land and properly thereby granted to ihe said Thomas Spackman and Deborah his wife by inden ture under their hands and seals unto the,said Thomas Massey his heirs and assigns forever,together with the buildings, improvements and appurtenances thereun to belonging Seized and taken in execution as the firo/iertu of Thomas Massey surviving mortgager Elizabeth Massey , deceased, and to be sold by MARCUS E. CAPELLE, Sh'ff. Castle , October 22d, 1832. A 1 A An At H7/./.J.J.U .n.'itiEjr's BOOT, SHOE &. 1RUNK STORE, 1 - WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, No. 20, Market street , Wilmington , Del, WM. MAGENS returns thanks to his customers and 'lie public generally for past favors* and hopes n continuance of them, as lie 1 cels disposed to. please them as to price and quality, and flat ers himself that ' quality of his goods,there is none to excel them Men's coarse and fine Shoes. Monroes, 8cc. Boys do. do., Children's of nil kinds, Women's rocco, lasting and leather of every fashion. Men's fine calf skin Boots, coarse wax 1 rather Boo's, die. Also, just received a large quantity of superior gum clastic over Shoes, which will be disposed of at the lowest î'hiladelphia prices. Oct. 9—flm to the A TWO story fr Dwelling House and store house attached, together with a kitchen, smoke house, milk house, staples, and a bark factory. Also a te dl family, a large garden and orchard and near the forest landing and draw bridge across said creek—it is deemed a good place for a country store, and has been occupied us such for many years. It is presumed any person wishing to purchase will the premises. The owi er having left the state is desirous to dispose of it—the terms will be reason able. Apply to the subscriber in the village of Camden. Oct. 9—law-lt ncment for a BENJAMIN BRADY, Agent for James P. Morris. the To be Sold at Public Sale, ON THURSDAY, the 15th day of November, at 2 o'clock, P. M. on the premises, a FARM, con taining 164 acres, in Mill Creek Hundred, bounded byTands of Samuel Harkness, Thomas Rankins, Geo. Jacobs and others, 2$ miles north of Newark, mile west of Jean's & Enstbum's lime quarries It has been nearly all limed, one thousand bushels was put on it last spring. It is well watered, the fence is principally chesnut, 14 acres of wood. The buildings arc a log house, four rooms on a floor, stone spring house near the door, over a never failing -spring of good water, log and frame barn with stabling under neath, a treading floor 24 fee« square. It is in a healthy neighbourhood, convenient to mills and places of public worship. Any person wish ing to view the property, may see the same by apply ing to the subscriber living on the premises. JOHN LYNAM.' Oct. 23—lawitp UOTIQE. IN obcdiçnr.e to act of the General Assembly of the State of Delaware, passed at Dover, the 9th day o£ February, 1832, I hereby notify all persons con cerned, that I expect to attend at New Castle, on Monday the 19th day of November next in order to settle the accounts of the County Treasurer and others, and also to settle with the School Committees of said County. J. BIDDLE, \ud'r. of Accounts. 23-91 Dover, Oct. 19, 1832. VAITJAEL 2 HOUSES III tlic City of Wilmington. be sill liiljil THE subscriber offers at private sate, in the city of Wilmington, TWO BRICK HOUSES, late tfie property of O Horsey, Esq. situate of Market street, between Wood and Kent streets, and nearly opposite the Academy, large THREE STORY HOUSE. the west side One of them is a well finished in modern style, wi h extensive and commodious bark buildings. The lot ex*ending from Market to Ship ley streets. The other a TWO STORY HOUSE adjoining, % If desirable to the purchaser, a part of the purchase money may remain on the premises. This property will be sold separate or together. JOSEPH BAILY. Wilmington, 9th 14th—I WANTED, ____ i __ Magiatrutc's and other Blanks, neatly executed at this Office. I stand in a Grocery Store, of age. one that can write a good hand and well acquainted with figures. Frit further particulars enquire at the office of thg .Gazette and Watchman. October 23-r-4t A YOUNG MAN about fifteen Fans, Flower'd Paper, &c. JUST RECEIVED, India Screen., painted and plain white feather, rice, palm leaf anti paper Fans ; figured crape, gauze and other fancy Hankcrchiefs ; Bead Bags, an assortment of seed bctyls, fine silk and needles, and painted patterns for'worktftg them ; black cut beads, gold and steel beads, and-thtee cord silk ; Leghorn Hats for men and boys ; Travelling Baskets, Bonnet Boards, Bonnet Wire and Car.p' by the groce or dozen ; Combs of various kinds, Cranb and Hair Brushes; Florida Water, Lavender and Cologne Water, &c. 500 pieces Flower'd Pafjcr,ü\ 25 cents per piece, A few handsome Fire Board patterns. S. E. & M. WILSON, 105, Market street. July 17—tf O YES! O YES! O.YES! ALL persons wanting DRY €.?%&& are re quested to call at the cheap Store, [$%. Market street, where they will fimfan ex^ selected assortment of Fall Goochs prised in part of tfie following desef Superior French Merinos, variety of jîdJ.Trs, Double width English do ^h8o. Single do extremely low, . Superfine black Bombazine at fifty «.iftts per yard, Assorted coloured Circassians and Bombazcts, Blue and brown Camblet, Goat's Hair. Do of superior quality, Rattmets and Lastings, iw und well I om. Jeter; With an assortment of Superfine broad Cloths and Cassmteres, some of which arc at least 20 per cent lower than could be purchased six months ago. A large lot of Sattinets & Flannels at reduced prices, Blankets. Flushing, Baizes and FrisgJ, Me inn Shawls of various sizes, colours and qualities, unco mrfl only cheap, such as have generally brought -î-uT 2 ' ,le now st 'H at otliers in proportion, 1 nibet and English Merino Shawls, Fancy Popplein and Bavage do Thibet Wool and Brocklyn do Fancy Goods, Palmarine and Crape do Silk and Velvet Vesting. Black Gros de Switz, Lustrings ana Mantua?, Black Gros de Naps at 3 7\ cents pci- yard, Coloured Gros d<* Naps and Florences at 50 cts. do do* Levantines, Shenshaws and Sattins silks year's prices. French and London Chintzes, A variety of Plain and fancy Calicoes of low prices, Irish Linens, Long Lawns and Linen Cambrick, Cam brick Muslins. Swiss and Jaconet do. Linen and Linen Cambrick Hdkfs. Bubbinet and Bobbmet Laces, Pongee, Flag and Band_ ~_ , Cravats, Cotton. Flag and.Madras do Merino, woollen, worsted and cotton*Hosiery, Merino Borders and Cotton Fringe, Ladies Hoskins and Beaver Gloves* Gentlemen's Woodstock, Buck Ingrain, Vcnecian and Cottmm Heavy Ticking, Pi'tsburg Cor Bleached and brown MumSmfl cents. An a8sortmenof Ladies CÏ S «me of those a reduction of 25 pel cent from last Hdkfs, vudJCid Gloves, »8« ifCkycrtcens, Hj Aviry jpMd ZylCY HICKS. , " r 'ocT;?G-Tf N. B.—BcslPcatHcrsT NuYenbuYg TaipcYS. SUPERIOR to the common for night sights, more convenient and economical. Sold by E. B. VAUGHAN & Co. Oct. 26—6t 44 £ Market Street. DR. WEAVER'S WORM TEA AND OINTMENT. Very superior to the worm teas i directed to the sole object of destroying the worms, without removing the weak state of the digestive organs, on which their production generally depends. '1 his medicine not only destroys the dis ease but removes the cause, by envigorating the sys tem generally, and the stomach and intestines par ticularly. Sold by E. B. VAUGHAN & Co. No. 44$ Market street Wilmington, Del. ALSO, Dr. Weaver's Worm Powders and Oint ment, which have frequently given relief in desperate cases, and when all other medicines had failed. Oct. 26 —6t common use. which Dy .TerrkAus CeAftlrufttetY TVastfcv. Qy- The subscrioers are appointed agents for the sale of these superior Plasters. Physicians and Storekeepers will be supplied on reasonable terms, with STRONG ADHESIVE PLASTER, for ban daging and other purposes. MILD ADHESIVE , for fresh wounds, surgical operations, &c. STREAG THENING. DIACHYLON simple. Do. with gum. MERCURIAL strong. LOGAN, 8cc. 8cc. &c. A Perkins' celebrated Dyspeptic Mass , Well worthy the attention of Pi ctitiopers, highly recommended by Professor Potter of Baltimore, and other physicians. Oct. 26—tf E. B. VAUGHAN & Co. 41$ Market-street. STORE FOR RFJf T, And possession given i established stand i ediately—That long the village of Brandywine, (near the Brandywine Flour Mills,) occupied for many years by the subscriber.—It is a spacious building—calculated for a store of various articles, similar to a well assorted Country store, or Dry Goods or Groceries aloue. The situation is plea sant and healthy, and a large retail business' be done for cash. in ay WM. M'CAULLEV, Village of Brandywine, near Wilmington. March 9—lawtf 'VT&St® ü'JOj TWO apprentices between 16 and 17 years of age, will be taken by the subscriber, if application be im mediately made, to learn the Potting Business, whom liberal encouragement will be given. Boys from the country will be prefei red. I.. ANDREW MAXWELL. Wilmington, July 10— 1aw3m LOOK AT THIS! JUST received at No. 103, Mark.it st. Wilmington, 500 lb. best litt- Geese Feathers, Also, a variety of Paper Hangings and Borderings of the latest style, with n handsome assortment of Fasli '„""e»' ° f """henry hicks. Wilmington, April 3—tf I it ; ; ; POEl'M*. k\ é ,, " Pair Itulcr ofthe Visionary Hour, Swell Idol ollliu Passionate and Wild, Enchantress of the Soul!*» oazeAte WATCK.MAX. The Mtridal FBatf. TO *. ». •*****-. 1 sa 4r lier in her bridal robes, The fairest ofthe fair; Tho' round her, in their sploudid gear, 1 he gay and grand wç»*c .(here. She moved the lovrlic8t; of the Mid music, wit, and mirth and song ; Her form was small and full of grace, But, Oil ! tho beauty of her face Far, far surpassed the Grecian isles, For it — .. clad in Heavenly smiles ; Hcr djuk and inciting eye of blue, Was like a diamond dipt in dew ; * Her ripe red lip and lily check. Her lolly brow and look so meek, ,,r crc subjects for a Raphael's brush ; And, Oh ! her quick and transient blush, Was lovelier far, O, far to me, or 'twos the teat of modesty. her to the altar led, Her heart's best loved was there; And many tear the mother shed Besido lier danghtcr fair ; And many a friend stood round Iosco A union of ouch ecstasy. . The solemn priest before them stood. With book and candle, bell and hood, And as he joined their hands, each onid Amen, wo do each other wed. The rito concluded, and they past Unto the feast in merry haste ; And now around the banquet hall Are seated gay, and grave, and all ; Now mirth and music ring again, In many a long repeated strain But, hark ! n wail comes on the The wail of grief, tho cry The bride hath fainted fr Around her hangs her curling hair, They fly, they shriek, tho bride is dead ! The bridegroom holds her hc]plc66 head ; Tho victim of excessive dress Is wedded to death, and deop diulrosa Alone remains to those behind, Tho sudden agony of mind. New Castle. * F " I of foar, her cliuir, YV««**» dUISlEl.E.iiJf f. From the Ladies' Book. PRIZE TALE. auuLîii. u POTTS. JlV MM LESLIE. (Continued from our last.) is wife to a gentleman that lias made a for In Now Orleani," pursued Mrs. Marsden. "They came last winter to live in Philadelphia, having first visited London and Paris. During the wann weather they took lodgings in this village, and wc have become quite intimate. So we have concluded to give them a party, previous to their return to Philadelphia, which is to take place im mediately. She is a charming woman, though she certainly makes strange mistakes in talking. You have no idea Ju>w sociable she is, at least since Jar call ; which to he sure, was not ■ . ' «b ii she returned till the end of a week ;and Albina and I had aat up in full dress to icccivg her for no less than five days ; that is, from twelve o'clock till three. At last she came, and it would have surprised you to sec how aflabiy she behaved to us." " Not at all," said Chustop, " I should not have expected that she would have treated you rudely." "She really," continued Mrs. Marsden, " grew quite intimate before her visit was , and look our hands at parting. And as she went out through the garden, she stopped to admiro Albina's roses : so wc could do no less than give her all that were blown. From that day she has always sent to us when she wants flowers." " No doubt of it," said Ciieston. "You cannot imagine," pursued Mrs Marsden, "on what a familiar footing wc arc. She has a high opinion of Albina's ta3tc, and often gets her to make up caps and do other little things for her. Whon any of her children are sick, she sends any where elso for currant jelly or pi Albina makes ginget bread for them every Satur day. During the holidays she frequently sent her three boys to spend the day with us. There is the very placo in the. tailing where Randolph broke outastick to whip Jefferson with, because Je fier had thrown in his face a hot bakqfl apple which the mischievous little rogue had stolen of old Katy'ffeoven.' r In the rncan time, Albina had taken off the brown hoMand bib apron which she had worn all day in the kitchen, and telling the cook to watch carefully the plumb-cake that was baking, she has tened to her room by a back staircase, and proceed ed to take the pins out of her hair; for where is tho young lady timt on any emergency whatever, would appear before a gentleman with her hair pin ned up. Though,just now, tho opening out of her curls was a consibcrablc inconvenienco to Albina, as she had bestowed much time nnd pains on put ting them up for the evening. Finally she enmu down " in prime array," and Chcston who had left her a school-girl, found-her now grown to womanhood and more beautiful than ever. Still he could not forbeat reproving her for treating him so much as a stranger/-arid not coming to him at once in her morning-dress. "Mrs. Washington Potts," said Albina, "is of opinion that n young lady should never bo seen in dishabille by a gentleman." Chcston now found it very difficulty to hear the namo of Mrs. Potts with*patience.—"Albina," thought lie, "is bewitched as well as her mother." He spoke of his ciuize in the Mediterranean, and Albina told him that she had seen a beautiful DIO I never ves. ay I.. " of ut view of I!io Bay of Naples to AJi?. Washington Pons. "I have brought with .. Mediterranean scenery," pursued Chestori.--"°Y know i draw a little. ] in showing and ox pit souvenir belonging in a mo some sketches of promise myselfgreat plea unu 4 P - ■ ainin g them to you.** a Ou. dosend them this afternoon," exclaimed Albina. • They will bo the very things for the centre tah e. I dnro sav. the Montagues will ' re cognize sonic oi the places they have s6en in Italy, for they have.travelled all over the south of Eur ope." "And who ape the Montagues "P''cnquiied C'hcs 'Vmski a * * ÿf " ïîî f riJ * ver >' o.'eßdM English family," ci_ u'ered /Irl, Alarstleu, "cousins in some way to seveiîi» noblemen." " P.-rhapj so," said Clicstort. tr ," ,HCt >vith thün » at the lodgings of Mrs. Wa.ibN-^Vo ^otts,"pursued Mrs. Maieden-Vwhere thpy IiaVTTuetn staying a week foi thc benefit of country air; and so she inclosed her card, and sent them invitations to her party. They have as yet returned no answer; but that is no proof they will not coirtc, for pci haps it may be the newest fashion in England not to answer notes." " You know the English pic," remarked Albina. bu - a very peculiar pco "Ami ivliatother lions liavoyou provided F said Ciieston. " Oil ! no ollicis except a poot," replied Albina. vc you novor heard of Bewley Uarvin Gandy." " "" vcr '" answered Ciieston—"Is that all one " II. " Nonsense," plied Albina; "you know (hat poets generally have three names. B. G. G. was formerly Mr. Gamly's signuluros, rvlion ho wrote or.ly for tiro nmv.papcrs, but nmv sinne lin bus como out ill tho iiiagazines, nnrl annuals,nnd pub lished his great poem of tho World of Soiroiv, lie gives Ins name at full length. Ho has tried law, physic, and divinity, and lias resigned all for tho Muses. Ho is a groat favourite inglon Potts." " And now, Albina," said Chcston, "as I know you can have but little leisure to-day, I will only detain you while you indulge mo with *Auld lung sync'—1 soc the piano lias been moved out into the porch." " Yes," said Mrs. Marsden, " parlour papering." " Old Bromley Ciieston," exclaimed Albina, "do not ask mo to play any of those antidiluvian Scotch songs. Mrs. Washington Potts cannot tolerate tiling haft Italian." Ciieston who had no taste for Italian, imme diately took his liât, and apologizing for tho length of his stay, was going away with the thought that A] bin a had much detei i ora ted in growing up. " Wo shall sco you this evening without the "Tsar ^iMfi^ji" Mi(l " 1 1 11 ' 10 lon g to introduce*y au*tö Sps/'wSli?* inglon Potts," said Mrs. Marsden. " Wiat simpletons these women nro," thought Chcslqji, as lie hastily turned to depart. "TK« big plumb-cake's burnt to a coal," said Urusa,putting bdHieml out ofthe kitchen door. Bollt the ladies were off in an instant to tho scene of disaster. And Chhstoa leturned to bis hotel, thinking of Mrs Potts, (wBom lie had made up hisniiml to dislike) of the old adage that " evil comminicntion eori ups good manners," and of the nlmost irresistible contagion of folly and vanity. " I amdisappointed in Albina," said lie, " in fu. ith Mrs. Wa3h account of tho any turc I will regard her only my mother's niece, and more than ,i cousin she shall never be to . me. Albina having assisted Mrs. Marsden in lament ing over the burnt cake, took off her silk frock, again pinned up her hair, and joined assiduously in preparing another plumb-cako to replace the first one. A fatality seemed to attend nearly all tho confections, as is often the case whon particu lar importance is attached to their jelly obstinately refused to clarify, and tho blanc mange was equally unwilling to congeal. The niaecaroons having run in baking, had neither leaturo, the kisses declined rising, and the spongc-cako contradicted its name, the things succeeded, but most were complete failures: probably because (as old Katy insisted) " there was a spell upon them." In a city these disasters could easily have been remedied (even at the eleventh hour) by sending to a confection er's shop, but in the country there i Sonic of these mischances might perhaps have been attributed to the volunteered assistance of a mantua-maker that had been sent for from the city toi make now dresses for the occasion, and who on this busy day, being " one of the best creatures in the world," had declared her willingness to turn - her fyand to any thing. It was late in the afternoon before the papering was over, nnd then great indeed was the hustle in cle§ring away tho litter, cleaning the floors, put tin/f down the cat pets, and replacing the furniture. In the midst of the confusion, and while the la dies were earnestly engaged in fixing tho orna ments, Drusa c.lme in to say that Dixon, the waiter that had been hired for the evening, had just arriv ed, nnd falling to work Immediately he had poured all tho blanc-mnnage down tho sink mistaking it for honnv-clablier. This intelligence was almost nd Mrs. Marsden could scarce Tho ' 1'"' -' shape Some of ' alternative. too much to hr; ly speak for vexation. " Drusa," d Album, "you are a raven that has done nothing all day but croak ofdisuster. Away and show j happen." face moro, let what will Drusa departed, but in a few minutes s! again put in her head at the parlour door and said, " Ma'am may 1 jist speak one time more." " What now," exclaimed Mrs. Marsden. " Oil ■' there's nothing else spiled or flung down the sink, jist now," said Drusa, " but something's ut hand a heap worse than all. Missus's old Aunt Quimby has jist landed from the boat, and i ing up the road with baggage enough to last all summer."