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Hagerstown Mail, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1839, Hagers-Town, Maryland THE MD FRIDAY MAY 10 1839 VII No Tiom of MOM law of UJy DMT mt Of by Md bilk ia Of tl IMI Thou Ml le of tat By which the world With Iky norm aid cslw Ikon ThoB art for lo toil art left fur lo of Iky and of tay toil ia wiik iball Thy valor witb of tbm mik sad Not ball lUid forlk ia Iky aid Mid tbr palace it If ft an loci the lit uf by tha tod May M for eastern sage was right who that riches should come drop by drop rattier than golden stream should be quick and violent Theie are men a- bout meet then daily ia tbe have beta and aow are poor in purse in mind in ter An unexpectedly fortunate turn to a speculation a bequest of poverty from the dead or pet chance a lucky venture in a lottery has wade them wealthy be- yood their former and most nd their desires acquired by accident is seldom except by returned and as the purse runs out the man runs out with it Of course in this connection we do not intend io allude to those whom the of have rendered losing their means they do nut lose themselves their may be like the Jew of Miss Edge worth's story better men for being poorer to obtain property is est and laudable and bly followed it an improvement ol the man with the acquisition of ery dollar The Ponton for lion is another trait uf character gether and lo The followed in moderation makes great from our little the passion indulged to excess belittles cur great York BLESSING Or IN YOUTH An English judge being asked what contributed most to the replied Some by great tome by high connection some by a miracle but the majority by commencing without a shilling I he same remark holds true of almost any calling or profusion A traveller who on a journey with a heavy load or too much baggage much to get on with comfort and a view of the scene of action than he who foi bears to encumber self Poverty is a sharpener of the wits and an incentive to exertion No man who has the requisites for ery man fil for apt to let his lie in a napkin if the of them is necessary to support and comfort If er he with property cient io defer the business of alight the duties which he should form in the community the chance is that when the hour of necessity arrives he will find himself unfitted by slothful habits and neglected opportunities The occurrence of these consequences may be recalled to any mind by a recollection of the of he rich men and the poor men among acquaintances Many a poor lad is en- by the changes and chances cf fortune to befriend in his need the man who was his rich schoolmate There are many rich people in the world who have themselves no idea what they are good whose have never thoroughly found them mean the rich by tance Maria whote were very popular or fifteen years ago and ought to be more widely read now has an excellent story among her other excellent entitled En- nui Tbe reader of fiction if he is not already familiar with it may hunt With that and the other novelties of the same writer time may be both pleat antly and profitably employed the incidents are apposite to cur argument we will briefly i elite hem from the recollections cf a perusal teen years ago The subject of the tim of Ennui is a rich Irish resident holder time hangs awfully vy on his hands Having no or incentive to occupation he is a mere blank in creation and his restless existence is a positive burthen to self He is accounted by bis tance a negatively good harmless less individual who might shuffle coil and the world suffer ao lots by it So he vegetated for a number of years in possession of his property un- til he accidentally discovered that the estate of he was in not not his own The foster mother of the real heir had ged infants with the owner of the tate aad given him her child instead of his owa not permit him to remain in property acquired by his mother's and he lost no time BATTLE OF The regiment into which Capt lie was exchanged before his marriage was ordered imo Belgium Walter longed for and Helen his young wife was too sensible to paio him by un- availing on their parting she had striven not to unman him tad when the first natural grief was the took her station al the small window of the Inn which commanded Could uninterested observer have gased upon the plain of Waterloo at that ment it must have it appears a did pageant But Helen thought how many ere sunset would have gone to their final and she shuddered at the thought thai her Walter might an in putting the teal in nnd launching forth himself at middle ue into the world The dron of wealth removed the man ont Industry talent and application him wealth and character nnd by the time the real heir had his suddenly acquired property and killed w enjoyment of taste and low Mr victim w and enjoy the fce tad to lit M himself MSI had acquired its Md how to time with be the number The told that already the work of death had commenced Several dom shots had struck the Inn and ed them to shelter in the barn With them did Ellen sil during that long day sad and with the same dence in God's protection that had ways marked her character She could have smiled at the volubility of her companions who never tented speaking a mixture of bad French and ish But it made her only more sad she felt that she was indeed among gers Ob the agony of suspense the fear of hearing that Walter he Her beauty and added to the knowledge that her husband was in the field of battle her an interest in tbe eyes of her companions and many were the hopes they expressed in French that Capt Leslie might return in safety The day passed twilight succeeded followed by the almost immediate darkness which a continental summer and still Helen sat in all the agony of pense The action bad random filings succeeded tbe constant aad ful din of war yet still Capt Leslie returned not She was aroused from the state of stupor into which she had fallen by tbe sound of approaching steps and some soldiers entered the barn bearing a wounded officer It was scarcely definable feelings that Helen discovered it was not her band but a young officer of the same regiment For a few minutes any er seemed lost in tbe anxious attention necessary for the severe wound of the sufferer Helen had fortunately provided every thing necessary with the kindest gentleness she dressed the wounds and then attempted to restore him to consciousness her forts were successful Aided by the people of the Ina she succeeded in king him swallow a restorative and ia short time he waa able to thank the hand which had administered un- to him Helen with eager earnestness ed Mr Grant his head away He could not bear the sight of the agony he his answer must m mercy tell ttc that Leslie is paused a moment and then continued 1 know it all Walter There was a frightful ia her manner no tear escaped her Did yon see him she said at length tell me all it will do me gf ad 1 feel aa if tears would this pain she said What a scene of horror presented it self to Tht spot where a few hours before she gated on the brilliant ranks of the contending armies was now occupied by the dead or Occasionally a wounded horse wildly among heaps of wounded There were a party employed in stripping the her approach they looked up and for a moment a superstitious dread crossed minds Her white dress made them suppose her a ghost and when convinced of their mistake they let her pass unmolested observing with an oath that the was perhaps seeking her lover Helen passed on As she approached the spot described by Grant she earnestly the faces of the dead She was almost beginning to pair when from beneath heap of slain an outstretched aim caught her tion On one of the fingers was a ring one of her first gifts to him With trembling hands she put down the small she had brought and removed the slain It was indeed her husband who lay there and a long fit of ing relieved her she raised him and the head fell back upon her bosom Ap preaching alarmed they were those of two men of her husband's regiment One of them explained that hail followed her at Mr Grant's desire Between them was the body of Capt Leslie borne into the ino of Moot St Jean The surgeon was then dressing the of Mr Grant and his ate attention was given to Leslie Helen stood with her husband's hand clasped in hers with a calmness which was more affecting than the most violent could have been Bruised Leslie was there was no wound to be found The surgeon placed a glass be- fore his exclaimed with an interest he bad not often atill The effect of joy is often more acute than that of Helen gazed for a moment wildly around then tank on the floor in a state of insensibility Hours passed before she recovered con- When she did found that it was not a dream Leslie still lived The shot which had him down was found imbedded in the Bible which he had but a moment before thrust into the breast of his coat But had it not been for the timely assistance of his wife he must have perished He was saved almost by a miracle from being crushed to death fortunately however the spot on which he fell was hollow and he is still alive The incidents of this sketch are ly true Those who have visited must have seen the small bible which is regarded by the family with feeling of the deepest veneration It is still kept she looked around her with the air of an empress and uttering the gle word left the cabin the others following her out like a pack of sheep following their leader She always wears pistols tod dirk and is said to be a good shot Not long since finding some fault with the police and discipline of one of the of the army she sent for the colonel commanding it nod reprimanded him io n manner to which he did not fell in- lo submit especially from a wo man he replied that he would hold himself responsible to tbe but not to the wife He was soon taught however whom he had to deal with for Madame Gamarra im- mediately commanded him to silence and at the tame time presenting a pis tol told him that if he uttered another word of insolence she would drive the bullet through head Some aay that her husband has mote than such a threat but we all know the world is addicted to scandal cers above weie Medicines should TWO ARAB CHIEFf There dwelt upon tbe great river Eu- aear the great city of two Arab tribes deadly hostile to each other Their enmity was so proverbial and well known that when ona nan spoke of the enmity of another towards the foe be would lay he hates him as an hates a It fell out that the Pacha of Bagdad being of the invasion cf tbe Kurds from Kurdistan sent out aa order to tbe chief the to send bin with men and the order beyed The Pacha not placing tbe same reliance upon the promptness ol the chief resolved to lay a plan loUke him by then de- mand from him the aid of his tribe He succeeded in obtaining the attendance of the chief and he was brought into the presence of the Turk I have taken you said the Pacha fearing that I might nut otherwise have obtain ed the assistance of your tribe against the Kurds If now you command that of your men shall come to my assistance your chains thall be struck off you may return safe and uninjured to your tribe but if you do not comply your head thall roll at my feet The chief looked the Pacha sternly in the face and replied Your slight edge of the Arab character has led you into this error Had you sent to me for ten thousand of my tribe when I free 1 know not what answer I should hava returned but as it it my cannot but be negative If ycu order my head to roll at your feet be it there are many in my tribe equal to mine Shed one drop of my blocd and every one will become its avenger The down to tbe vessel which liny and found the persons and property described by the London Police they into custody md brought u the city The prisoner Collard was sent on to Boston to be tried for the stage on a requisition from the Ex- of Massachusetts the others having no complaints were Y Era From Baltimore Foil WHIG CLAMOR The stop thief cry of the is an old illustration of knavish cunning Its aptness is most striking ID the eral tactics of our political Are any more loud they in ges of extravagant expenditure public money Do any more affect special love lor the frugal management of the people's And yet no single is more istic of the federal administration of khan tbe fact that whenever our opponents have been in possession ol power whether municipal state or tional they have to increase public expenses to ruin the public credit and add to the rate of public lax es It will be bard lo find exception to this As passing instances look at their control over affairs in Maryland where with a surplus treasury they so conducted tbe State finances that thro extravagance favoritism and downright incapability after a few years tion they left tht public chest with an actual and startling deficiency Look at the city of New York where in the expose made pending the recent tion we see that pretty much the condition of things has been brought a- Mr ol J pans minor used pleasantry to relate following ing occurred lo a young man A in lie had won his nnd had commenced his addresses During Le Slipped lie when lie was with a homely dial of milk and nnd being ol a serious turn was generally invited out to say trace over the meal The apply t papers but und caret should bu u ever procured they be occurred aid lost from neglect in this by administering powerful through mistake It often happens lhat ground stoppers of and rit canters be- come so tight it is impossible tu supper Franky did not lake amiss us die family of the fair one in but moderate und being ia To remedy ibis hand which previously bested before ire tu the neck tbe stopper and by heating it nnd thus causing it lo himself poor be admired consequently to increase ihu economy besides he was provided ho could obtain the affections of his dulcinea The course of true it never runs chanced io have a rival who was much richer than One evening when be was visiting his charmer after the board had been spread the about the stopper it will der the stopper easy to be removed If the of the band is not apply a cloth dipped in hot water To prevent rust on steel ments rub them while with while wax then melt the v before a fire and continue lo it the original gbl meal of mush und milk but with a cloth unti family had taken their seats at the 13 restored table some one spied Franky's rival To make cement for glass or riding up Immediately change lake unslacked lime the came o'er the substance of the I fresher and finer the Letter As if by magic the table WHS cleared it in a mortar and sift it through a fine of its load nnd nought remained cr coarse muslin Mix this tell the tale but the clean white cloth thoroughly and rapidly with the FINANCIAL STATE OF EUROPE The aggregate of debts contracted in the principal states of Europe it wards of 36 billions of francs 1 billion 440 million pounds sterling Great Britain Holland and Belgium Spain foreign and debt bearing terest Spain debt inter- est but in circulation io all parts of France Russia foreign debt in England and Holland Prussia Austria Denmark Baden den Nor way Piedmont and the Papal States under a case and will forever my be treated with when free att the heroism of the bride at but wnen a Waterloo The Pacha locked upon him for a moment with surprise then ing to his soldiers be ordered them to sever his head from his body The chief stood calm and collected while the drawn sabre gleamed aloft in the air At this moment the noise of a horse galloping in the paved of the palace attracted the attention of the Pacha At every bound he struck the fire from the and seemed to be striving to out strip the wind In a moment the rider vaulted from his horse and almost in the breath in the of the Pacha It was the chief of the 1 am said he to strike eff the chains from my enemy Had he been taken in open conflict I should not have interposed but as he has been taken by treachery though mine enemy yet will I be first to strike cff his chains There are 000 lances under my command glancing yonder in defence but if you re- lease not immediately mine enemy ery one of them shall be directed against you M a foe The Turk was forced to yield and the two chiefs retired er The chief of the ed his brother chief though his est enemy to his own tribe and saki We are BOW agate we have only acted aa Arabs should act wards each other but yon are now safe and with your own tribe and our an- cient hostility is renewed With this they parted and the chief of the to the defence of the Total The metalic currency of the pal nations of Europe is calculated to be about 7 billions 400 millions of francs France Great Britain Spain Holland and Austria Italy wf her u her Mr Grant Germany and Portugal Total fellows to J Me and Mm tr weary Itta H with a term stole worth guilty way be skk wf remind them of had Twe weary suited with all asid way affect to regard tht Midi for them But the He felt that tears would Wr I was at his said he -a moment before he He had takes a small pocket Bible from his had U to his covered her face with her baada I fall Grant give this my he I at his s will I said tell her of the events of day we were Before he A few alter a shot struck him of tears awd for at her resolution was came Use Irani waa lying and togged hkw It is necessary to deduct 1 to 600 lions tbe amount of sams exported from between 1816 and 1835 aad absorbed bv the af Mexico lambia Chili Pen Guatemala and aad 4 to 500 millions exported of late years to Rassia Spam and the United Tbe grow amount af the reacy af Europe is thetefore 6 500 francs 360 millron of With this it to necessary to aa of of debt and 30 of bank shares and canal railway aad as well as all the bills of ex- MfT PETTICOAT of is at present sa the bands ol a Madame is a female Bonaparte and her Ml She received the in A lew after liM and tin t a worth for will m the lafo referred wraith EL art Mt u less m as the small yard aad stond the where had last her Helm was m vests a SMtt chid aad there had htvft a time thr u of ww rats which wow with a step weait hot what will ami ia has as much is the head uf the republic she is tbe real It was owing to her that be rote the ranks of tbe a common soldier to bH present rank It is sani that she never permits any to tbe to be dis- in tbe privy out her pi and she tbe on Ih made to foreign made a Or AH BC KOLA It Messrs Sparks and Mays have made the last few days a most important arrest the details of which show a concert of actian between the London and New York Police which cannot hat he applauded Some time in February MSI the boot of a stage was broken between Ne wbv and Boston and a small trunk stolen containing that had bees seat by the and Po wow Batiks a bank in Boston A hoase breaker by the name of Collard was ed as the thief but before he could be traced out he had his passage ia the ship Westminster and sailed for London bis booty Information of this together with many others in had engaged was sent to the London Police together with a description of bis person Tbe next that was beard of Collard was by the late arrival vi tbe Great Western power to swt site visit awt since to our uy the different miners M the wtr ear of Madame Gamarra cf her for a In course with him After the crowded uf a salutes they the had to Kve eaum were the out a from the London Mr Hays and the them that Collard his wife another bad aa board the ship for this country This particularly tbe persons aad property together with tbe by tbe embarked the letter also states Out had made arrangements while in and with them ibis and their several a day to thr me U a packet and in out thr wife with farther bout by their wretched of the interests of the people presents another sinking ex- ample of their admirable tact fcr ning directly counter to every sound principle of economy and ment There ia something inherent io federalism which leads to these ble results of its ascendancy Its early theme of a splendid government has been most palpably illustrated er its practical operation has been in force Look upon it at whatever period of its power cr under whatever name it may have assumed it is the same thing ycu may write its history from treasurers records and mark its gress towards bankruptcy from the Col- A mere themselves in sound practical republican principles of State finance if one ware to judge of these men by their noisy ery federal Speaker in Congress should be a Colbert every federal editor a Neckar and every street brawler at least an humble of him who broached the modern federal doctrine the banks are the when they hold the An axiom in political economy is profound as it is concise and worthy to be placed on the same page in the of whig ethics with the federal doctrine that property based on such strength is always a test of merit Right able are such men to prate of finance and right well do labor in their tion when carrying out such principles most faithfully in their administration ol government and with its practical re- sults staring every man in the face and felt most oppressively in every man's well we say is it for them to cry stop with the hope of escaping detection by their clamor But is it not practising a too boldly upon the presumed gullibility of the people for lo harp so un- tiringly upon this old song of the lic Is it not too serious ao imputation upon the intelligence of a proverbially reading and thinking com- munity to hope to deceive them when the stale trick is so easily understood and the proof of its falsity so readily ob- Have not our opponents ed wisdom from past Have so soon forgotten tbe result of the sand upon thousands of Bond's unspoken speech were scattered with such a liberal haad throughout the whole United What echo did Ohio give to this federal tirade of perversions and shameless What waa its effect ia Bond's own dis- where he just escaped defeat by the merest What reply did Maryland And how moch better stood tbe matter in Maine aad the old The answer to this federal outcry of the public may well be comprehended when auch evidences uf the people's intelligence stand forth so palpably after an- other every weapon of attack upon the of so as to iorm a thick and use it immediately Broken In the course of a short time ver the table was again furnished not as before but with the suitable es may ba mended with this pendages for making tea and and if neatly and skilfully warm bread such as is hastily baked here very strongly Isinglass diti and in common parlance called short i ed in alcohol is also cake When all was ready as was mended as a the custom brother was in- purpose to say grace who with due j good cei en hands folded eyes is n e- im- ly but very forcible expression homely expressions are forcible ihst cd pronounced the following benediction The Lord How I'm mixed boor Kur nipper I Where bulb iud bilk wit cleanliness is next io godliness meaning thereby lhat habits cf liness tend not only to health cl body but to that state cf becomes man as the chief f i lhat after this grace relumed to woo his lady love hut left her to the undisturbed possession of his more fortunate Cecil Gaz It is almost unnecessary lo r never Almighty Cue of the ECU of mental depredation is neglect ot the person filth nnd rogs are always associated with misery and often witli vice and crime and this remaik plies to nations 25 well als for we find that the nations lowest in the scale of civilization are those which are deprived cf political dom of domestic anil a tal culture A man even though the most valuable portion of hiz time la devoted to hard labor if supplied Vienna a bouse was built by s man en the front of is a stone with this house was erected by Count to be given to the first man who can prove that he is really contented One day a stranger knocked at the gate and de- sired to with the master I am said he to take ion of this house as 1 find you have built it in order to bestow it upon the man who is really contented New I am in that state of which I am ling io make oath you will therefore please give me immediate session The count did not inter- rupt him till he had finished his speech when he replied You are right sir with respect to my but as I do not discover the least through such labor with menus o f procuring domestic comforts ed he have not lost his ct by vicious habits is nn being Labor does not de- grade him but on the contrary ders him respected nnd it makes him valuable lo his country and to himself seldom see a man dirty or his family in rags he has that within him which produces the exalted feeling lhat he ia a free man possessing and enjoying 1 j pretension you have to ihn character ani of freedom f f j has been most tamed aside by the irresistible power of truth aad the impartial the country We do not woo der that the enemy should still persist ia its warfare nor are we astonished that one and the same system of should be so obstinately adhered to ter every defeat Without aay great and established political principle of aggregated by mere opposition and that made up f fat aad of every hue and of ery variety of material bow caa it be otherwise thaa that the most policy aad the most desperate be keep its rank and tie together with the of any The days of are however numbered Us if near at hand Ha clamor Cses and the evidence of sinking stimulated temporary of its end When Virginia have H the nnal Mow it may then tw mr melancholy e its its few of a contented man 1 beg you will re- j lire if you were quite one of our exchange i a L __ ue find the following process described of rce you would not my of the Revolution from from When the people were storming the arsenal a regiment of Polish soldiers under the command of a Russian colonel a man who happened to be universally liked even by the Poles arrived upon the ground is noting A strict sense of military duty To Possibly it may not be generally known that many of farmers in the eastern states their grain from the garlic by a ed the colonel immediately lo up his men and them to on the people The soldiers paused than by a box in the form of a at an elevation of 4 or 5 feet from barn into which the grain is emptied when it for their were in the cause of i again passes out through en the compatriots During this critical al bottom of rot more than moment a voice issued from the crowd cr Ino in diameter and falling which wat heard even amidst din j the floor the greater gravity of of and the clash of j grain precipitates it leaving Colonel you arc known and you j garlic upon the surface respected we do not wish js a hoy s you but you must desist from your j very If lo ihc soldiers if not your grain is not rendered perfectly blood be upon your own J hi j it is nearly sc hut gallant officer ucl l listen lo this turning the order was again repealed the soldiers still wavered between their habitual respect for their and their repugnance to fire upon there was a but it was far a titty its idle It l it let it vituperate it pre iss h avoided j listen to this warning the obnoxious j of was cw by the Court filling jwy aRd lor of die mail It iras proved a loaded ox learn j from the mail ird Ijim 10 not Jo he would keep M mil hold him goi ihc stage by and his joined to recover of li of ua Jo same of JYw Great Sani but iwo in his U was his of in lo a- A re s ol has an edict naf and even
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