Hagers Town Torch Light And Public Advertiser, February 19, 1846

Hagers Town Torch Light And Public Advertiser

February 19, 1846

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Hagers-Town Torch Light & Public Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 19, 1846, Hagerstown, Maryland K Blr EDWI.H BELL. If j Come hithnr. you Wl'tl little will o'-lhe Y i With s our mischievous sindu und your musical U rm i F undersigned having taken recession c! With >our litlle heai! lossed like a prouil lUiry whole ol the above iutorins loiuiei palioiu and the geueially. that My prelly, my petted Flonne fjv.en "'orouuli repairing and vt-ntila- i lion, and leels justified in ing that nothing i J'011 bfs o! a "hell, love, the blush comloitand con-i PUBUCJ ABTERTISEM; WAFERS-TOW Till., 19, CS1O. O T 11 Y Bruin the I-RAM-KS s. KSIiOOl1 Vol. SO, once a poor widow, who lived j torn. Snow-white fancied t-he Hung like told Ihe fur; iree." ,n T bl" sure, as .he- hea trees, one bore white und. the other I ran quickly If, and il roses. And Ihu good woman had two'among the trees. was soon sight to ihoje who may slop wiili (ace The Jro" a-vk' a 'ove. you its B Pub'ie f'leasant _ tie town, near the centre) contdiuinc i -vou come, from llie clouds, ol a snnsc! abuuilance ol ronm. It would therefore be oli'our migletii, bevritclniig Klorine! BS it contains large anil commodious looms well calculated lor this j.mpose. Inieeil, o public house, be brought into requisition, in order to itru- comfort and accommodation to its arrangements with and hesitation say, that his lime, be supplied with the delicacies of the season, Miainc neither I [From nor expense. is i H" BAR shall at all times be supplied with tne best Liquors the market can assuring the public that nothing shall be wanting in this ol his business, to give general satis- faction. The ravi.xliini; (ones, Iliat with tuelmly thiill Ah! our light what 1 can Klorin Table shall at Al 1 K C E L A N E O V S. Concardia (La.) Intelligencer.] A CAPITAL STOKY. While Mr. Clay and the crowd orfiiends svho had ajcompanycd Jinn to the tei children, who svcre exactly like the roses on ihe two trees so was culled Snow- svhite and ihu other Hose-red. And li.ey syere so good and genllc, so diligent and ac- tive, lhat never sverc there isvo" belter chil- dren in the svorld onlv Snnw-Mhite >vus more quiet anri genlle than'her sister. Hose- red svas fond of running about in the fields and meadows, Gathering wild flowers and an'ordVhrivelied'fape'aml a-snow-white beard chasing the butterflies. Hut Snow-while j a yaid long. The end of his beard Ma- fust in the clefl of the tree nnd the about like a One day the good woman sent her chil- dren into ihe wood lo pick up slicks. There they found a large tree cut down lying on the and upon the trunk of llie tree, uiuanjfsi the grass, they .iaw some- thing jumping up am) down, hni they could nol make cut what it was. When they came nearei, however, the saw a little dwurfwith eu did pay, nm tbt- dsvnrf -ai.i, IMII yu single slioke svith hU yaw tevei r. se ngnm i i ,r wi, uitTb OHAFTER ON c-h lieei. to svhai Ition from German of Gotiltb said .1 good ohi Hie imp I solmny devote mvselfl "hort time agn nslonish- upon me, makes mo how Imle I i mcRt.'why. mi.'am, you lionl't lhe of the ol these du- j 'On saiii the good woman, sealing 'I can wail as as Ili. her when there was no work lo do. og on a rope, knowing how t, Ami when at Natchez, to show respect to hiu (lepjrtuie musl always on Sdtuidiir la.-t, were waiting ou the bank until the beautiful prepared to TO- ceive Ivor distinguished guest, all ofa sudden, j camp to any harm, and ihe wild their conversation was interrupted by the i would come up to thpin in a familiar svas I could svi-h but the wedge ivas so smooth, loud, fiee. and seemingly fearless voice of friend-. The linlc hare ran to eat u! that it nil at once fli-w out of the cMt.whicli some one breaking his way llioiigh the out- i of their hands (he roc grazed closed hefore I !ud lime to draw Boaiuers taken by the week, month or year. Horses taken 21 livery lor any length ol time, -and upon moderate terms. JACOB A. HEFELFI.VGER. Way 22, 1SJ3. N. K. The. subscriber would have hi? liier.iis ft toe public bear in mind that tlie a hove esUMisli- joent not at nil interlere with bii but that he is still prepared io complrte or- ders'At shortest notice and tinon inoa.eraie terms, loi which he will receive any description ol produce at the highest p'rice. A. H. TvM s c s Sale. BY viitueof a ol VVa-liiiigton-Coiin'.y i Court, sitting a Court olKiptity, 1 will i wni> Avas a passage (or himself to ibe and private sale, (havinK to sell at public centre of he spoke dresv all i Their mother km w the DWKLL1MJ HOUSE and I.Ol'J.eit- pycs tosvards iiim. As well as C..I- Tho two liltle children lovoil one another hel.i himself out of Ins trouble. dearly, and whenever lliej they walked out I he the litlle girls.be fixei: his riming red together OIPY always the slag bounded cay Is- p ,M i beiitniftil svhite beard here it s'icks au.l 'l ch "A'har is ho svhich is j them, ami the birds would sit ppreli-d upon j cannot get it out. But ihere yon si ,nd, j a split', sx.irble llirir songs hiid u-11 them nil I and Ihe ftyltf an.-! the Knew. When by lliev slau.') The mother liv.-d niav it be n --.-'.I...iiivi r u IIKCT lit I greatest happiiicsn. Hut slip look the tw> at the Lltle rose-itees wilh her, and ihey stood cxisten window, and evcrv vp.-.r bore slating up m don't have ____. t'v'l to for yon, do point o( my paiibly 'Evil one? Yes. evil enough.tlie most beautiful rospswhiie LOVE ANO V have where nnhe course of our reading met with n romantic .story, .spuing forlh the love of un in Hdncork, the ol l.'ie late C'cptain i Jamrs Hook, drcM. The liouse is sulislantiul and J. whn cln two stori-s wuh Clay al the lime, ihe and nijht cai'nc on. they tbeinselvi-sdoun side br side Hi! this, and never about iht'in when they had staid at! niifht in thp j we- f ninj ll.ro. IRI. ihemiilill-, and containing lhe man's countenance, as he iisnullv 3 along side of ,Mr. _ svas iii-tantly ticklm1 n'nh I wood, and the red slre.ikx (if iho svilh j woke them, they saw a beautiful child, m u yiuig und tittering, like tsvo milk-faced sim- lye upon you stupid crea- lurps The children tried al) ihey could to tlie In-Hid nut, but it stuck so fast that their eir.rls were-vain. -I will run anri fetch some people lo us.' said -Sills- snailed the dwarf; -wh it to call more people you are already Uvotoo iii.ni> i-niinol you contrive anvthiii" bi-ller 14JC Ml lint litf The LOfupon which saiil j my slud out the Cul "icin kim.... lint IIP said a wotd, nttd pl-in.' And so aiiyino she her ci-sor- soiine man for a fair maniac.__ I'he lenderiiess and alieniion he on her had ihp eflVcl of leMoiing her to re.i- son, but the e.iusp v, m, ,JK. Cirl now rt-aii'dul her lover w lib po.mvi- m- dill'irence h-id Irom her mem.irv like a st-ati-'- and hi; lef: her heari-broken nm! pnirmgof ri'-juminj: hi r ,1 lo sioiy fnnti-hed bv pomleni ofihp Cb-vi land llora.d l.ove i- a very ple.vant pay, bin ihere are some e ,ses m which. H is Severe A friend of add most e, which 'divides il into i IJerenl, marvel ai the ll would'nt liave him to piint a bible for Illiscprt hand which has led me through the j me or> no'icronnt. I believe a first (Sngi-rouK pan. through laud of j on't if he dij far he's a liar and priplenty mid doubt! H'.sv ling had I ties- of lies.' paired of such a ai liiou. in whom i know whether hrV the father of i 1'iaiily diiiiiiiy airl female are u-. "es> of he's s ir-ip rni.ncli. a iitile jniltvl! VVhai if I had contented myself svith i devil no him, I mean to some decoiated puppet ofihy.TX? That fanc''l irdeiiiures Ui-inir who rules nll-ihii-.gs was kinder to me i 'Well, good hyp. Mr. could not in the of my I oOwing a jnoil book in such B I had i.'aied lo wish or hope I scat Itjd to j 'Ml' Employ Ihp devil! I'h.it Uaiujf vn will d-i for mp. I J pen- a corrt's- mine who is gified vs iih that and. si inning manners which nevp'r the l.i have l its inurvp POINT SETTLED davs vo of th.- Emrrald ne said Citholic fnilh the only. doc'rine. And the otner. thai n Catholic not fit to .1 candle to a decent house staN.ls. is square. Inintin: on the Warn i the man approached) what do you waul I vam-'icd into lhe svooil. And svhen Snow-' "in ol her pocket'and cut back lo Highs'., corlainingabout 6 to cmer yonnsclf white and ItWc-red looked around ihes V 1JALJ ACIIKLO'J'S. .VViint IK. Also. J.oT.i c( Half an acre each, situate ,n C coking aroun of the Dwelling, on the smith ol Main St.. and liom street to the All the above property is'timier Irnce. The above proper'y will te Sulu entire or se-ioiate may suit purchasers. The of Salt, prefer Ixi by the decree, One third ol money to be ly rrieO llie stranger. errjnired lhe Colonel. lhe Colonel nsi'le) ssho it be why, ihu old boss mean. At this ins-taiii he f.iccd and recosnist'd Mr. bancton tl.e Uay ol n.le. or on the ratification Clay whom he had never seen DC fore. Starl- and theresiaiieinlH-oeq.ini annual in- h, 11 i i' w.th interest thereon, t.-om the day "l l back from a moe' pujchaser 01 purchastts to give his 01 embarrassment, iheir notes, ssiUi secuiiiy lo he approved by san! 'I'6 holly, it s 1'ruitce, lor the said UEOKGE SCHLKY, Tiusfep. Sepf. 29 M Ol tf K. B Tire Trustee liWii been auihorisrrt bv Mrs Catharine Hook, lo sell Ihe abos-e nit it charged ol dower, she intending to take lor leu (hereof, such allowance in money as the Court ahall evclaiined, s and turkics! it is old Harry his ihen rushing for- ward, almost frantic sn ith joy nnd seizing hold of him svilh both he drew him around r.fler him some hull u dozen of limns, sinjini; and hallooing as wildly scatleieil ibu circle, of fi lends near them, and made them 'cleai the Ir.ick' for both him nnd -old Kentucky.' Tiiii svhirl- N r F, 6 o jv THK SUBSCKIBKK. nubhcly coniess that I done am) over in a twink- ling. Assoou it was over, svithutit giving Ma n pin si- 5! been vlHicteit with Secret rt since 1 3 -'3; 1 had Iniiteen eminent whose names are recorded the House; some ol them abated the disease. but it always r-tiirni-i! ssoise thnu heior-, until il cat rietl, bo'ti sides of my throat an.i picrceil top of the paUte. I aNo las! several tion'-s ol and was blind ol an oy. ami my tace was covered uithan immense 01 between svhioh the wr> as ihe individual about sshorn he was so rn- llnisr.il) limo to bre.iihc, Ihe stranje' wenl luiriah but ye staod it nicely, old gentleman. I thought the last nil laid ye low, bill by tin1 yon ers of mud, ef ve hai1 another f.iir game of 1'olhcr lo piny. 1 li'lievc I -was indeed in a mast runni- ye'd take the pot yet. YeM 9 look it last Hon, so much fto" lhat the learned 1-10 S. pio- noanc-d ton incuruble. It obvinus lo 'me, thdl a coiouion doc'or coufil not exlncnie me Irom Ihe jaws ol they all follow lhe 'c heard of St. em'euvormg w'.nle nwav the tedious "il1' itibiglu. I love lo place "'-V hourir of n pnssj'gp on the "'.vsclf ir. that posiiioii." I rotli. nnrt II' _____ ,rt.l he oiKervMl a fan pit, and svouh! cenaijy have fallen into n j he clutched n bajr, lull of gold, which if they had only gone a step further in the i slicking ir. the ro'ots of the iree, pulled it out. dark. And ss hen dies' pame home, their! and giumbled to himself. -Ill-bred ctp.itnres. to clip pice ol my line And s in Kentucky in somr things an wc'ie f.isl kelchin up yc in An thing is thsit swamp j hogn ju now ahead of all e'.her r lake ihe oi.'ds liow yp drive the animal an thnr's n par of the primcst hows thalevpr sva-i 1 Then they sat round the hear'.h. thp wi'inan put on her sperincles, and read aloud ont of a large book, while the two lilile girls sat by, ft listened as they spun. Al llieir feet lay B pel lamb on the ground. behind them sai a prclty svHle dove upon a perch, with its beak titrked under its One evening, as ibcy wi-re nil sittinij snug- ly together, they heard a knock at the door, as if some one named lo corrp in. So their mother said, 'Quick. Hose-red, up I say is poor man who svants to tind "The little mnti had been-sittinp there ang- ling, and by ill-luck ihe wind had entangled Ins beaid u iih the line. Just at that in-lant n large seized the bait, mid the dwarf had not the strength to pull bun out; so ihe fish had lhe better ol the tugging-inatrh, and was the unlucky dwarf after him The little man caught hold of all the nods and rushes within his reach, but be and struggled in vnin to get free; he svas" to follow lhe lish svherever il pulled, every moment in danger ol being jerked into the wali-r. The liitle eirls cnme up jns-t at the rigln they held him tried to loo-- n sheliur. 1'osc-rcd ran and nnholled the door bul instead of a man slip paw a huge bear stretching his shaggy block bead in ill tilt- door. shrieked ssiih fright nil I ran back, tlie l.nuh l.le .ted. lhe ilove llippi-d wiiii'" and flesv I'M.in ilu- peieh. and hit.' liiT.-clf helm I'et motii ei's bed. lint hviir gross in n liirud-j cut lhe heard am Iv lone, vnd-aid. 'Don'i beafiaid. I will nol ''il was When tin eu tx-.ird from thp but all no be-ird and line were tssi.-icd la-t logi-ihvr. Nothing ihi rpfoic re m.iineil in he done, hut to pull out iheci-sor- in so doing a dwarf ibis, he loiui-d. _____ etote Justice Win. AlcJiltou, tti October, IS-IJ, tiallimcre, Aid. 11 fattened thai I've over in the swamp yunder; an el ye'll only sav sp'il lakelbein on yer "real old f-irm, I've "n much of 'all'1) i pirfuiilv jail I usk say il'yu't! lake the crillers a- n-iv liHnanes i long that's svhnl -I lo be HK.NKYBIiUMMKK. 1 Mr. Clnv. sttll.smi'iiiL'. nodded assent. K. llr. Clav, slrtl.smi'iilff. nodded suth snfa sc huit you I am liall and wniii to ss-nsni mysell a Imle by s-our lire.' you poor bear.' said the good svomn.ii, -lie fiown by lhe lire; only take care lli.n on i.'o not burn jour coal.' Tnen she filled om. Hose-ret! pome out, come out bear will not hurt HU honest beanl, and mrans well.' Thpn inev took courage and drew nearer I" Ihe hearth and liit'io by little the lmn'> ami the dov- aUo approached, and recovered Irom iheir fright. And iho bear 'Come, children, beat lhe exclaimed. -Are these your manners you so ji'-ior-noibirg t reatures, !o inv I ice thus Nol enough indeed to h-iVr- oil'ihe end of my beafd, bin row yon IIPI-; cut olf ihe pan of it loo' only you Hit; of s our mid had to run a mile Then In- picked up B hug-full of pearls sshicb hiy among the ni-h- and without Miymg a word more, he drnsyed it anay und disappeared behind a stone. Hu be rmmed was scut to sfle her master pUv Teddv th. npqtiiiin'niice. The cullantry j T, j i tJlK 'fittntttil himsell in her gomj graces__ to malic hei in'icrent in a n nvclitv good msn he rejoined Itarnry. 'Didn't he write an F.pist'c to the Ro- acknowledge rpplird Barney. 'And now." snid Mike, his oycs glislpninij- 4 with anticipated 'did ye iver hear or an Eptslle to the Prolct- To hv" I il Uemr-flhm I, i thanU. to on. 'Itarncv, HI five it Ter WWo hrnW k e Tl cs 1 i, more nor mine, and we'll take the a C n "ard K'Hy _________________ 'Jndeeil, an' I did, ma'am.'------------------------- vl Hiked of uinriiage. 'And bow .In) he look A RtttsK w fooil ancc- _ Ol ring., anil Irchs til holt Ot cupiil's i-arK I in I in anil all 'THAT ARK They has passed rapidly from thp stngp through ihe lomaniic, and svpre far advanced in the passior.nte. Seated by -Och. like n raal gentleman, every inch, svhpii lie go i out of his wuiking cl.iiheH.' 'How did he act. Kaliy 'Why, truth lold, ma'am, I can't sly much for his actir.1. I'al Hooncy. or Tim Flauigan. or any othct Tiler, have No olTence, ma'am, ii was the master, I ihotildn' have taken il for nclin'.' didn't he make you hitigh, K.IIIV and he didn't, ma'am. Aly heart too hc-avv for that 'Too 'Troih wat it, ma'am.' ds> you mpbii. child oph don't ax, ma am, don't as.' her side, feeling that ihen. if ever, svns llie accepted lime, urged In- .mi !lolie u" iv Ol Hie Ameii- J can people he s.ivs meii are callow, and ihp svoman 'al- h'tv, ifie woman in all tlmi li'inmii e nature be.iiiiilul. nnd liiPtr fH'nis to .-iipplv i-ue.li deficiency by ail. aro ly in the nrii-lic qunlifiratinn celnre. which Fieueh excel. The men are inerclv long. ldiiky Ynnkens, lathy ami uncouth, 'with i-arrow napes io Then ihey took a huzel switch, and began j "ing to the spot, they SHSV svilh terror ilia: acquaintance, the dsvnrf. and was on of flying off lo Hog linn playfully and every time he growled they Icugbeil ouiriglit. The bear was very well pleased onK when the fun went a little loo far. he 'Leave me a little life, children and ROSP red yon strike your lover deail When it was liflfe to go to resi. and the children svcre tucked into bed, the rlidn't he with nnti crooked HIM! mouth open.. came near. the lap-dog and holding bi.u him wilh an air ,.N country H-o'Iv have w. raujht.' ......u-r ..m his grsm- a' Now, miir to pnrsc the H hulllrog snormir in the pond the pe a brow as severe ai tliHl of Jnpii.T Ttinans. .leinmy. pas-ed the ssord bullfrog.' frog is bin hen- .cluck kind of a noun lhe of the rattan. bluniiy noun, innocently replied tlie jnvemlu grauimnrinii. you at never diink. one would have supposed that Bcnllr have Ncknowedgrd the corn. Not lie with the most grave nnd inexpressible face calmly ami in a 'dignified my IIIIIIIP is not Bemly Snonr of the aborted most pravpra of MotletM. limes, mvs I-ir Williani is thti> ofa soldier befoce the battle of Hlcnbcim their necks, like svoman. Tiity never any bovbood. and nevei to'grow are sour and gloomy, nol consti- 'tiition, but habit; bevc no laill: in ol slreel music lo lull lhe and open how.__Two lasvvers "O'1 if be a God, nay if I have a soul.' Bishop Alterbury. who sail.' he could produce a prajr. "ise ai that, and m similar ciicum-. Malices, bul hv in a much better spirit. It lim of a pious scddier, utter- ed immodiHiely hefoie nn eiiij.igi-meiii Lord if in ihp hour bailie I forget in I'tiilndelidiitt were urmiing a case. in which iney enhibiied a great diversity of opinion as lo ihe rights and duiica of a" the tiMrriHge however, njjreed on iwo ihRl the law hit-bind nil tiiue.s a complete control of hinnlv. w'hi'eb impoiVncV. will be' land conduct be to the reind of n public, ma'ii I1-jitorol lo vigor. lluf oiily in when he it in contrast wilh the course I BALTIMORE where a sure cure wrillea IJMatar.ly JorleiUire. will be given. iva. tti iai- coviiti oats: itou siuwu 1113 ine IUF nun oil lliu aned with disappoint- j a fee'iing of triumph. Howrcfrcsh- "'ie contemplation of such feelings :i n PI bun tin thing ojl of A .T.IKC. A certain Senator recently sent to an apothecary in Washington, who" is an 'e of lug. for a cathartic. who in fund of a joke. bat's they care jililo foriThelatle spring dome, and every- .'I'he evening vim fell upon the oliiterir.fc or murder, and nothing for a phial on which was labelled "Doubly Dii biM-nn to be ihe- they shone beau- and matmmg.' v n beat said on moming lo Snow-while. -I snih all lhe colors of lhe rainhow, tniial go a svns and leave you. ind shall noi thai lhe children stood still lo gaze upon reiurii tin; whole summer long.' '''t-tn.' -What do you stand taping ihere arc you u going, my be-sr Snitsv-! !lir 'he dwarf, and his ash-pnle lace white. -1 nius> go inio the ip-ilied as lie svn- miles to wtua I Oregon in rtii expense ol 4-'20 000 000 'li-rlmg. svhilp their debs ill tsv.. juggle her out of Crtltfcrnia, under mask n threat to tilled Exiiact of an Oregon Speech, or none.'" 'I should like lo know which war the wind is svife gel up anil light tile candle and link, in your airaw bed.' our straw bed do yon mean s'.raws show which way the wind 'Go to sleep, womin f IntsH trishmati being asbeu w-hsl he thought of pyrnlcchniVs. re- plied lhat the lire works which plensec! hint were ihe fJishei from the brilliant eyes of a putty woman. whole A Dul it ever occur to you that nlt 0 the early notes of the birds may he, like lhe si people. The proper- prayers of children, an r-lferinjr of gratitude h nrr mortgagrtl io the Jlbo- for protection during the nigbji A runaway apprentice is thus described in an en-lern paper -He is thick set, usually wpaij. a hat five feel high, anil iron shoes, svilh crod? eyes.' A woman in Ohio recently applied for at. divorce. nr.e of llie piiiicipal icasiHia for n> doing was that !ici husbaml sooiej ao f, loud that it was un (mssible to sleep. noble man emulates merit, hajjf low. minds only envy it; the one seeks In rJM by imitating merit, the other seeks by traction lo biing merit down lo ill owniitr- 'Well, Susan, srnat'do Ton. about nil marrietl ladies I think there are more etui that u, is lhat f lakint' Oregon, which thry may base for three.ho'pesice an acre, if ihey choose to pay for it at lhat rate, about JC5.'- stet in a tort of mild atmosphere, nnd it t-nters inlo a child's soul, like the sunshine inlo the roaebud, but surely expan- ding u into bp.iiuy and vigor. HUE AND front cunistanees that 'a bouse fellow, a dab .with Ilia brush, ami .tjw A DIRTY Miitl has been arrested in lialiimore for living lo murder hfa wife. The dirty meal! tan off The, less nolieo like an.t injuries are coniull tba qViwt'oi owr ;