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Mail, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1835, Hagers-Town, Maryland A CARD subscriber having commenced the Practice of Medicine will dispose of i In ton county His present assortment ii full and having just and opened a Vech supply of in his line His it the only regular one of lie kind in the place containing a ion of near 1200 it will be disposed of at Those disposed to purchase will apply speedily he is determined FA Va Nov Plough To my the Public generally subscriber begs leave to inform 1 them that he has commenced business stand himself where he is prepared to do all kind of work n his line upon terms which be sured be pleasing to his customers And he likewise takes the opportunity ol expressing his thanks for the liberal port extended to him heretofore and pledges himself for the future to leave nothing undone on his part to give al and entire satisfaction lib stock consists of and well soned Timber ready made Ploughs all uzes and every Harrows and for one two or three horses Corn Shelters of a superior kind ready made Wagons narrow and broad tread Carts work of every description and Horse Shoeing Mill Irons made and repaired in the best ner In fact he pledges himself to do thing in his line of business to order with promptitude and of the best material and workmanship far which he will receive in kinds of country produce and any kind of timber belonging to his line saw logs plough beams walnut plank ot lots ash and oak scantling at cash pries JAMES DAVIS Two Gun Stock yers to whom constant employment and liberal wages will be given D August tf VOL HI NO MD JANUARY WHOLE NO 310 POETICAL MOM THE LIFERS LIKENESS Life It ii Ilia of ftir the lir And ere to And lie aud for a Aud ii forgot Life It if the of the riw That bloomi Uit till Ibe wind Then entombed in dullt faJe and rut Aud He in bravery for a Aud forgot Life It if the of morn Thai quivering upon ihorn Till quailed by tis uu And U He for a spun And forgot Notice to Creditors THE subscriber having been appoint Trustee for the creditors of James Shoaff hereby give to persons having claims against the said Shoaff previously to his application for the benefit of the Id- solvent laws of Maryland to present the tame to hie authenticated oner before Monday the Sth day of January next as I shall then proceed to make a distribution of funds in hand D December Making THE subscriber respectfully acquaints the public that he has opened a SHOP South Ft street a few doors from the Lutheran Church and nearly opposite Mr Davis Wagon and Plough he is prepared to execute work in style equal to any thing h the place and upon as terms He intends to employ none but the best workmen and to use but the best materials He hopes from his experience in the business and his assiduous endeavors to please to merit and receive liberal share of the public's Life A whose full doth make On the of the Which till one aud all A iid hr for a Aud forgot Life It a bubble on the by a of rain air destroys the fabric it And such it into bring Aud broke forgot Life A oa the fide Or rock that dotti in ether ride Driven by the northern gale with in He hunts on for a Aud forgot Life what? It the found of cannon Which upon the ear And crises ere ive can aught And fuch is He and far a span And is forgot Life It the Who ere the mlw rent lift to distant bourne by And is lie his dwelling for span And forgot And is Oh and had I lime IM tell A more transient ut while I whet his And o'er life's Death etuis the strife his misery and from that mo nient of his unfortunate finds that not been munificent in his but neglect had strengthen ed natural propensities like a fair garden which is allowed to be overrun with weeds If he ii blest with health he cannot joy it from the of her temper if he has to labor with care and anxiety his home is always hateful to him if he advises he is treated with neglect if he admonishes he is threatened with dis- pleasure if he raises in anger he assailed with tenfold servants refuse to remain with friends will not sacrifice their comfort to her splenetic humors she is unhappy self and makes every one around her while the husband driven to other sources nf too frequently ges dissipation and ruin because he cannot find that retreat which ar- dent has painted A bad temper therefore in women poisons all and turns hrr milk to gall her youth aiv on premature fretful old age palls all her enjoyment banishes her friends and renders her home com- fortless and barren Far different is the ripe rich harvest of a home made bright and happy by the sweet temper and mild deportment of an who if afflictions cross her husband abroad finds and consolation in his domicile is patronage Aug JOHN MARK To the Voters of Washington County I feel grateful for the flattering 1 received on Monday last as a candidate for the SHERIFF ALT Y and offer my thanks to my friends for their t hope I have many and sincere friends amongst those who voted for some the at the late t tion and to them as well as to those who supported me I beg leave thus early to announce myself as a candidate for the of- fice Sheriff at the next election and to assure them ot my determination if ed to conduct in such a manner as to rive to the public JOHN NEWCOMER October IS happy in a companion whose temper is like the silver nf a lake calm se and unruffled If he is rich his ad- friends rejoice in his prosperity ami h'S hospitality all around ii light and sanshine if he is hs breaks his crust in peace for it is not steeped in the waters of An amiable tempet is A jewel of inestimable value in the sum of earthly happiness because with that a- lone the whims of across husband may be overcome the boisterous may be ed the unruly conquered the fretful and the hurricane softened and the mild zephyr that sweeps over the honey suckles under the ment MISCELLANEOUS ANGLING A very amusing story is told us by of Mark Antony who was a skilful angler One day while Cleopatra and he were indulging in this sport he was unusually unsuccessful Hurt at liis in the presence of his tress he gave secret orders to of his fishermen to dive under water and to fasten unseen to his hook some of the finest and largest fishes still alive and which they had lately taken in their With nice execution they obeyed his ders Every time he drew his line he in t re- Thrashing Machines t o your THE informs the public in that he Mill to on tht in West Franklin Street next to Mr tavem where he may be found at all times when not engaged in Ibe country He builds the Fox and Patent to any machine in the It has the advantage being a first rate Corn and will break the cob fine enough to feed to Mock if required lie can wake them more anv riike machine can lie and they come as cheap aay is made in tne state They also made to thrash The cunning rapturous language extolled his art bis address and his fortune Acquainted however his she had course to the ingenious stratagem of ring one of her own attendants to dive se attach to his hook a lanre dried rontain fish At last when pulling up the at the sight of the heavy salted fish the spectators expressed their prise by a loud laugh Antony did not joke and seemed highly The Queen observed him in this mood immediately took him in her arms and fondly exclaimed Leave my deai general angling to us pretty princes of and Canopus your game is cities kingdoms and TEMPER One of the most impressive admonitions ever given to a mother is found in the ad vice of her physician never to her infant in a passion as the pure tain from whence it derives for a time by the ebullitions rf and and death too frequently follow How therefore is the consequence of passion when it may ever endanger the Hie of the innocent being at moment it receives the nourishment so necessary for its how frequently is every way to the force a wayward that is now made He will or 4 power or We at the farmers may wish mean ll go W build w the the in machines fc that we will be able to weil those any by cribbed THE THUNDER ISy D Prentice I was never n of feeble There are few teem s either of human or elemental strife upon which I have not looked with a of diring I have stood in the front of battle when swords were gleaming and circling around me like fiery serpents of the Inve sit on the mountain pinnacle when the wind was rending its oaks from their rocky clefts and scattering them piecemeal to the have seen these things with a swelling knew not that recked not of there is something in the voice that makes me tremble like a child I have tried to overcame this unmanly have called pride o my aid I have sought for courge in the lessons of it avails me the first low the distant cloud my heart shrinks quivers gasps and dies within me My involuntary dread of thunder had its origin in an accident that occurred when 1 was a child of ten years 1 had a little girl of the same age with myself who been a constant companion childhood Strange that after the of almost a score of years that countenance should be to me I can see the young her Urge eye flashing like a beautiful gem her free locks as in joy upon the rising and her cheek glowing like a ruby through a wreath of transparent snaw Her voice had the melody of a and when she bounded over the hill or the fresh green valley shouting a answer to of nature and clasping her little hands in the of young ence she looked as if breaking away like a freed nightingale from the earth and ing off where all things were beautiful and happy like her It was a morning in the middle of gust The little giil had been passing some days at my father's house and she was now to return home Her path across the fields and 1 gladly became the companion of hrr walk 1 never knew a morning more beautiful still Only one little cloud was visible and that seemed as pure and white and as if it been the incense smoke burning censor the skies The stood at the foot of a tail and ragged prec pice Here we remained and gazed most breathlessly the clouds hailing themselves like bloody giants n the sky The thunder was not quent but every burn was so fearful that he young creature who stood by me shut icr eyes convulsively clung with te strength to my arm and shrieked as if her very heart A few utes and the norm was upon us During he height of the little girl icr lingers to the precipice that towered 1 looked up and an ine flame was quivering upon its grey teaks and the moment the clouds the rocks tottered to their foun- dations a roar a groan of the universe filled the air and 1 felt myself blinded and thrown 1 knew not How long I remained insensible I cannot tell jut when consciousness the vio knee of the was abating the ing of the winds dying in the tree tops and the deep tones of the cloud coming in taint murmurs from the eastern hills I arose and looked trembling and most deliriously She was the near idol of my infant out upon the wet green earth After a moment of irresolution I and looked upon her The handkerchief on her neck was slightly feut and a dark spot upon her bosom told where the pathway of death had been At first 1 clasped htr to my breast with a cry ol agony and then laid her down und gazed her fMe almost with a feeling of calmness Her blight dishevelled lets clustered sweetly around her brow the look vf terror had faded from her lips mid an infant sit pictured ly there the red rose tinge upon her cheek was lovely as in life and pressed it to my own the fountain tears was and I as if my head were waters 1 have but a flini of what know that 1 remained weeping and till the coming on ol twilight and that 1 was then taken derly by the hand and led away where 1 saw the countenances of parents and tets Many years have gone by upon wings of light and but the scenes I have portrayed still come over me at times with a terrible distinctness The dd oak yet stands at the base of the but its are black and dead and its hollow trunk looking upwards to the sky as if to the clouds lor is an cf rapid and noiseless decay A year ego I visited the spot and the thoughts of bygone years came ly to of the liule cent being who fell by my side like some beautiful tree of Spring feut up by the whirlwind in the midst of its blossoming But I oh there was joy Beg pardon with great apparent humility but they were all so blacked selves at the funnel and I a washing would hot do them any harm Be ofT recollect what 1 have replied the captain turning away and showing his white KOT FOND OF PHYSIC What I've said I've answered the cook doggedly and I an't a going to eat nor the messes and slops nay it comes to that Sq if you mean Ma'am to hold me to my you may Ma'am As for my own dyings I only der I'm alive this blessed day so I what with your quack They've life real ruin of my precious health that's what they have Lord forgive O the ejaculated the indignant mistress to have no more This comes of my nursing artd you and giving it with niy own only last Christmas and snatching you back from death's Yes and well nigh chucked me a gen at the returned Betty through giving me so much cooling in the hard My own er that bore me would have such a bag of bones 1 bear it no more and so as I said so be I'm to stay in the place the physic put on the same as the tea and a guinea a year and find mysell You have never tuSen thing in this retorted Mrs y except for your was noted iroin a replied she lor a strong only it catit abide weak slops Sago and sich is very weil for a as lies in a sick bed and hasn't got a hard place but taw k helf you what's their works to mine coughing and wheezing is one thing and fr ing steaks and another If it war for my constitution miracle ot miracles how I with roast and oiled and fried a great flawing fire and in ami ries now this here pot biles over now that ere fat ketch and ihen the sut tumbles and the dratted cat's at the drippin a little wishy washy drop of barly water the thing to cool and refresh the likes o that I'm to complain of what j was bread to but only to taking more anif MORE AMMUNITION FOR TUt A flaming Wig under tht of the Cannon has teen tiblishedut Connecticut tdi and published by Mr ington belter known as the can and thv end Mr has than once trumpeted as one of d- sweetest and he is we lieve the author nf truly indigenous Clarede and Zip Cocn His iy powers have been spoken of as of the order and he bears a striking to Tom Moore Tn a very important he sings bis own songs better than any one else can sing them lor To use his own peculiar felicitous which we Verbatim et turn The powers with which it has God cf Nature to endow have furnished not only a every circle of society but though we say it have constituted a ground for many gent solicitations to join in the so common among the great cf dominant in the develop of convivial we had numerous to prove the truth of the adage in vitis Such the advantages with Mr George Washington Dixon enters the field That his name will prove a tower of strength to the we a moment if we ever misgivings of the success we confess are by the ot strch anally in the whig party aware is of disputation in the literary circle whether Mr Washington Dixon has or has riot title to the honor of being the original Jink Crow He has besides a rival at the in the matter of the authorship of Zip Coon but both Northern and Southern critics have agreed that the national dy of Clare de Kitchen is the tion of the great national melodist and During the recent political con- test in this state Mr Dixon did good vice to the whig Cause by his vocal in chaunting favorite whin odU s and he probably diminished thereby the democratic by several He thick to his to the and we have been informed was the chief physic than belongs to be suit the bottles would one is doctored to death who's to eonie to We up in heaven and say there Btl the vials for your Tylney Hall at the last whig assemblage at the Hall During the present session of the national vr will vegetate and fructify at the city of Washington Hit admission into fashionable circles of that metropolis nnd tits intimate acquaintance with the great cf the party will give him for such as are possessed by few de- of on the part of the members of the Kitchen inet will let him at into the most den mysteries of that fraternity and wft mav anticipate that the will bail may be charged to Dame in the wf wir but early to severe in cheeking of a This watchful and ty more necessary with a daughter than a son 5s thrown He wiH for of firry ihry wish bare made earnestly a share public August 1 PRIVATE SALK 4 fint rate HOUSE GEARS world with mankind and ed punishment lie on life's corrective a a From litr habits she from the when is Jo an in its her draw and when she is from I MI maiden more eleva at I H sell for B I at at M if JOHN O cre which the wife or is the trying moment Tlie T in the nns is truly a- v he finds leaves sikat in the and the watcit of the bay had forgotten their un- tJic ing their heads as if the and die ami the whole nf a amd luxurious sweetness that it seemed a cloud of rests scattered down fry the hand wf a Peri from ur ff gardens Paradise The and the blue sea lay abroad in ther peaceful sky bint over Messed then The my was in delirium of happiness her voice ringing in the she had gone where no lightnings slumber in the folds of the rainbow cloud and where wa- ters arc never broken by the cf Omnipotence My readers will understand why I shrink in terror from the thunder Even tht consciousness of security is no relief to me fear has assumed the nature of an instinct and seems indeed a pail of my existence A SPREE The ship's company were in a very fair state of discipline owing to the incessant practices ami every evening the hands were turned up to sky is and amuse themselves was one amusement which was the occasion of a was a favorite tie of the captain's as it made the men smart It is Follow my One of the men leads and all who choose follow sometimes or filty will Whatever the leader does the rest must do also wherever he goes the rot must follow Tom who was always the foremost for fun was one day the er and alter Having scampered up the ging laid out on Ibe climbed in the fitts crossed from mast to mast the slid down by the back stays ened his face in the all which he was followed by about thirty ers hallowing awl laughing while the cers and other men were I- MI and admiring the agility idea come in- to head ii was then i o the evening the lyH FORTUNATE Our readers may perhaps a short time since we mentioned the arrest of two boys who had been upwards of twenty to which they had confessed among others One of them confessed to having rubbed Mr dy of Mr Sweeney's porter house in Park row near He stated that he went through the Diving Btll in Theatre climbed over the fence to Mr Sweeney's the where Mr Brady was lying asleep deliberately struck a light drew out a large knife forced open trunks and drawers in the room Mr Brady's being towards him the time stole all the money snd watches he find and then went away leaving the knife open on the chair by the bed side of Mr Brady We learn from Mr dy that when the boy was asked of the officers what he opened the knife for or what he intended to do with it he re- plied that he hardly knew what he opened t for in the first place but he believed that had Mr Brady awoke ke have cut hit yet this young scoundrel was not to have his name to the public en their guard against him although he had been convicted in the Court of Why what in heaven's name do we wield our pen for but to vice lo publish infamy ami to warn and honest the arts and cf the fraudulent awl crafty whoever they are and whatever may be their station in life? It will be that some the stolen the All to appal the stoutest hearts All we dare that as the is powerful be be merciful will his and The reason to te prowl of strength to their Mr George art important qualification editor Being a of making his opponent He can their mouthy that he refute in person most to well succeed as a whig editor narrow of that the city which of its hied w tudes the King and all the nobility awl as their In occasions they mw pear cd Tnm d out to the main yard arm followed bj me and and at he wat at ison he by the lift and crying KUt my leaped from the arm into the sea I was my to the rest I followed him and the whether swim cr net did it being of honor nnt 10 refuse The captain was com- ing up the ladder when saw as be a man tumbling overboard was Tom in bis descent bat how much mote at twenty or the 3r as often slie heard the s of binl or flower her frolic I he and of the day neatly Then for the time tine indications approaching manifest Ovtr the of at a the of a daik became jy and ai the Same low roar came down tne cv had but when the lover -J pt the and he with deeper the qualities ber awd beyond lo December 19 j bes n the waves hi a rolled I fold the air but the as calm and leaves and ibere was net a by and it appeared that half the were He to follow mere we S a thought they were Assessed wuh likt of in the Swre wfs wete too neatly the pkk them Up and were an on-board thai the captain to the first lieutenant he always at the bead of all low scud Tom here it a joke bwt ewy body cant swim as well as I any of my men fcy try crr tha he was a faTonte with the r wit r so like snt there was still a cons of silver spoons and plate of different de- that had Wen melted and and that was not The confessed to many and added that a man named Walker up for them to Mil to Brock in Chatham This man therefore like anr HIP stretl receiver of Helen more than the beys it becomes a m the police to arrest him We were that ami whose the were bad for bwt we from J taken and had and that he ted to n We that be h wp the of silver plate stolen from Mrs i 444 now the wife of Mr Canies Watt street whose was entered by these two boys early in July a erne he is to be a character be given to those bo ar- look to tne the be tried i V Mary i elephants 15 to a serried column in flowing of with silver and of rank clothed in littering an imposing but this cell only be seen with full effect in tht city Once within he and arei and not very pusses ladders and huttings or the roof on the buildings are tora by for precedence displayed wWI elephants acquainted with their strength and entei ing with ardour into the resolves of the to gain or maintain the foremost places Elephants breed here iai a state of awl OMB nnl larger than a good sited pic seen kmg by of UKW Mothers through the of a spectacle with interest to the of an European and large camels equally ami h caparisoned add dor of a pt The not cf of arc of the finest breeds and are paragons of their kmd are M out tht of hit and even hit warre and any European of The a the of same the Ire in tbc is dead and wW jWI m a wHI TRY IT Of tke la a
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