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Bloomsburg Democrat (Newspaper) - March 30, 1839, Bloomsburg, PennsylvaniaUnpublished passages in tub life of to Doc the French minister of strange discovery. To ibb we a some few yes re ago in one of the Street leading from the Rue St. Honor an hotel known by the Neme of the Renard do or. It docs not exist it the present Day but at the time i am speaking of was much freq noted by Persona from the Smith of France who came to Paris with the intention of stopping a few Days. A to angst the Persona who were in the habit of residing there during their slay in our Metropolis War a Madame Launay the widow of a Rich banker of Bordeaux who came every year for the purpose of receiving her dividends and transacting such other Bua Ineas As circumstances might require. On her arrival late one evening from Bordeaux she waa informed by the Landlady of the Renard do or with a profusion of of stogies that unless Madame would for once put up with a Small room containing two Beds she should be unable to accommodate her. To this Madame Launay replied she had no objection for a few Days As Julio her waiting woman could Scop in tha same room Ana when Opportunity offered they might be better accommodated. The hostess curtsied assent and Madame Launay was shown to her apartment where after partaking of some slight refreshment she with her maid very soon retired to to lipid separate Beds and in profound sleep forgot the fatigue of their journey and the comparative Inco Vience of their lodgings. In the Middle of the night Julio awoke and finding her Mouth parched from the still feverish exch Emoni of the journey got oat of bed to obtain a draught of water from the dressing Tahle. As Nadaine Launay always slept with a Candle in her room she Hau no difficulty in finding the water and was returning into bed when her Eye fell upon a handsome travelling cloak which was lying bedside of her mistress. This Julie had admired during the whole of the journey and As it had been sent Home but a few hours previous to their leading Bordeaux had escaped the Fate of the rest of her mistresses a Wiroba which was usually tried on by her previous to being delivered. The Opportunity was not to be resisted the Candle Burnt opposite a Long Glass so that she could try it on to the Best advantage. A a a really 1 do look extremely Well in it Quot said she standing first on one Side and then on the other to see herself to More advantage Quot and this Bonnet too is very becoming. I really wonder the men Are so devoid of taste As to Sutler me to continue still unmarried Quot and with a High she dropped the cloak and Bonnet Tript into bed Aad in a few minutes was dreaming of some favored Swain throwing himself at her feet and with most becoming Importunity pressing her to name the Happy Day. Her dreams were so delightful that she would have willingly continued them much longer had not the Sun which shone with All the brightness of a Clear summer s Day warned her it was time to get up and prepare Fot her mistress s rising. She could net refrain from glancing towards the object which had been the source of Sueh pleasing reveries but Nanch to her astonishment the cloak was no where to be seen. She searched All Over the room without Success a could her mistress have been awake and meant his a a hint for her vanity. She looked toward her bed to see if she were then awake and enjoying her her mistress seemed to be asleep. She must then have hid the cloak in the bed. She gently turned Down the clothe to see if her suspicion were and to her Honor beheld the bed deluged with blood. Her mistress had been murdered during Tho night by Home one who had struck her to the heart and so truly had the blow been Given that she had expired without making noise Sulli cheat to awake even her fellow lodger. Julie by her a creams brought several persons a it the room to ascertain the cause amongst whom was the Landlady Wiio was to alarmed for Tho respectability of her establish mint that she declared none but Julie could have committed the atrocious act and despite of her repeated protestations of innocence called in the police who barely give the poor girl time to dress before they hurried her off w in Sony to contemplate Alons 011 the misfortune that bad befallen herself and mistress. Julio found her situation far from an enviable one to to looked upon by the world As the murderess of her mistress was revolting enough by itself besides which there appeared but Little Hope that she should escape being found so by those who were to decide her site since she could not but confess to herself that suspicion were strongly against her. It was strange Vety strange she thought the Moro so of she would not even Hazard a conjecture As to the Teal offender who had without doubt to contrived As to throw Ibe whole suspicion upon her. though strongly against her were not so conclusive As she herself i imagined for in her numerous examinations before the judge a a she had in no one instance Pretari rated and on her trial Thore was much to her favor to counterbalance the suspicions of her guilt. It was proved that she had been High in her mistress a Confidence having free Access to her Money and valuables of that she might have executed any robbery she had meditated without adding to it the crime of murder which would have brought on instant detection. Madame Minay s friends too with on arc Ord expressed their belief in her strict integrity and declared they were themselves convinced of her innocence from her often proved affection towards her mistress which would alone Hare rendered her incapable of such an set. All this had due weight with the jury who stated their unanimous opinion of her perfect innocence of the imputed crime. Though absolved from All participation in Tho murder by the Laws of her county Julie was a girl of too much spirit to suffer the least Shadow of guilt to Hong around her if by her unceasing end avots she could bring the truth to Light and Day after Day and month after month she lingered in Paris in Hopes of finding some clue to Trace out the murderer. But time wore fast a any and she had been nearly a year pursuing her Endeavor without having advanced s single step towards Success and began to ear she must give up All Hopes of successfully Clearing herself from the suspicions still entertained by Many and leave it to the action of time which she Felt convinced must eventually bring the offender to Justice. Having occasion Ono Day to go a Short distance from Paris a he went to champs Ely secs with the intention of going by one of Tho Hack Carriles which generally Start from there and Are More moderate in their charges than the regular coaches. She was much import Ned by two men to go by their conveyance which was ready to Start a soon As the last space was occupied but not liking either the appearance of the men or their Carriage Sho refused and gave the preference to lie second in the rank not being so much pressed for time As to mind a few minutes delay. This gave great offence to the men who immediately began to play off Tho artillery of their Small wit against her no less to their own than their passengers amusement who were rather nettled at the delay. A a Guillaume Quot said one Quot the lady thinks you done to look sufficiently like a gentleman to be honoured with her company Why done to you Brush up your hair and place your hat m a More elegant style and then when she Cornea this Way next time perhaps Shell go with a a Why Quot replied the of for Quot i think 1 am sufficiently elegant to have the Honor of escorting a wailing woman in a cabriole a a waiting Louian indeed to give herself such a a Aye Guillaume but pretty women Home itunes fancy themselves Router persons than they arc. Quot pretty yes Matni Seile is pretty to be sure Quot said the other and assuming a mincing Lone of voice added Quot 1 wonder the men Are so devoid of taste As to suffer her to continue still this seemed to please them both beyond measure for they burst out into an immoderate fit of laughter which was Only finished by some one coming up to take the vacant place and As Mihov drove off they seemed repeating the Sally in order to have a re enjoyment of their mirth. Strange indeed thought Julie to herself these Are the very word i used when admiring myself in the Glass on that fatal night. How could they have known them 1 never mentioned them to any one Nevei a and Elm tried to remember if she had so done but could not bring to mind that they had Over escaped her lips. 1 will go and mention the circumstance to Mona. Vidocy who has hitherto no kindly assisted to in my endeavours and on pretence of finding herself Loo unwell to continue her journey u she had intended left the cabriole and came instantly to me in order to ask my opinion concerning the menus conversation. I thought As she had done that it was strange they should repeat her very words and that hey must know something More of the business than they ought at any Rale i would secure Tho men and see if any thing could to elicited from them. 1 went with Julie and some of my men to await at Tho champs Elysee the return of the cabriole. It was not Long before it came Back and out jumped the two men ready for another excursion. Thev did not is first perceive the company who were waiting their arrival but on teeing Julie a seized rather surprised at her being still there. Afterwards when they beheld me both turned Pale As death Ana stammered out something about a a hey hoped they had not offended the Young lady by any thing they had said Anil were very sorry if they had done i told them on the contrary that tha lady was pleased with their conversation that she wished to enjoy it More at Leisure and As i had heard so flattering an account of their abilities in that Way 1 should feel muck pleasure at a future time enjoying a Tete a Tele with them Payseu and in the mean time would see that they had proper accommodation and attendance in their lodgings to which Ray assistants would feel proud to conduct them. 1 went afterwards with Julie to their lodgings and found several things were Iden. Lifted by her As having belonged to Madame Launay and which on their examination they were unable to account for the posses Aion of. But to to Brief there were Many came out against them which i left but Little doubt of their being the guilty parties. The words they Hail inn de use of the things belonging to my Dante Launay Sod their being a Ruble to account in airy Way for themselves on Tho night in it Lues Ion were Strong proofs against them. Tit by were found guilty and Rondem Nad to expiate their crime at the place do previous to their execution they confessed that one of them had before Madame Lnu a syn a arrival got unperceived into the hotel and hid himself under one of the Beds in the room where she had slept and that it was there lie had seen Julie admiring herself in the Glass and heard the expressions she had made use of. He further confessed having after she had retired to bed risen very gently and let in his companion their intention being Only to Rob the Robin of As much As they could conveniently carry a Way with them but Madame Launay having awoke during their operations and fearing she might give the alarm they had murdered her in self defence. There is but Little doubt that had they been Wise enough to have kept their own secret they would have succeeded in eluding detection for they had Prudenco sufficient when they found the murder had created a great sensation in Paris to abstain from Selling any of the stolen things and had destroyed Hose they thought most Likely to he recognised but the desire of showing off a Little supposed wit threw them off their guard and was the Means of bringing them to that Justice they had so outrageously offended. J. M. B.r7a 1te w a desirable Opportunity far new sub scr Bete. The fort ii vol vat of the gentlemen a Magazine and american monthly review commenced on la first of Jan. 1839. Terms is per annul payable in Advance. Two Large volumes of nearly one thousand pages arc published every year. Rulfus popular work is now printed with a new al Type cart expressly for the purpose on line Turk purr Well stitched in n neat cover. Valuable engravings Are Given in Ever other number. The gentlemen s Magazine u my a Morin a a monthly he tick has outlined a stir Ling that ensures its continuance and the commend tory notices of the most respectable portion of the press at torts its merits nil . Each monthly number contains seventy two extra sized Octavo pages and pre Cut inure Reading Mailer than n volume of a novel. It is Pumi had at link Inore limn half lbs Price of any other Magazine in the United states yet contains us Musty original in al ethos any other monthly publication. We. E. Burton editor a proprietor pita. The review deportment of the gentlemen s mag Atine which has elicited notices from All Point of the literary Circle will continue lop Iesenla Complete account of Ibe popular literature of the Day with Liti Cral extract from rare and popular translations from inc lighter portions of the French. German Spanish Wal italian authors occur in every null ice. Copious and anecdotal biographic of Cirii incl men of the Day with engraved likenesses will frequently ornament Tho pages of lie gentlemen s Magazine Field sports and mainly pastimes. Arrangements have been Nimio with a writer of acknowledged ability to produce in the pages of the gentleman s Mapa Zinc a monthly series of articles descriptive of All subjects connected with the various Manly sports and pastimes embracing a fund of information not elsewhere attainable and illustrated in its course by several Hundred engravings on Wood. Among others the following subjects will be particularly exemplified. The Horst and the dog in All their varieties with every requisite information re Sec Tang Purchase Breeding breaking Anu keening. The dirt of gunning in All its branches including Rifle and pistol shooting with ample directions and valuable hints to Young gunners. The natural history of american game Birds. Jingling with an account of american fishes. Boating Anil sailing with a full description of the various fancy crafts and an interesting account of the principle clubs j1 Rehert with its customs amp a. Sud a history of its Rise and Progress. Swimming skating quoits Cricket bucket fives and other Bill games. Forming in the whole a valuable cyclopedia of useful and agreeable knowledge. Published by . Burton opposite me Exi Jungt Iio Ekstract Philadelphia. Where �11 orders arid communications Portage paid am requested to to Divic Tiuli am in Earnest. Beware a few months since t gave notice that i wante dim a a Book accounts Quot tiled Aud but very Little attention waa mid to it by a Timte in . I Ouw give further notice that All or a on listing open accounts Wilb me roust rail Sod a cub them either by note or Cash within two months from data or they will i required to Settle with a Justice of the i Rico. No mistake this Dine. Daniel Snyder. Bloomsbury dec. 8, 1838. N b. I bag a also on hand several notes which must also is exchanged tor Cash within to Altuve Lime or the signed will hive to my Cost a Glauber Kalis Epsom salts for a Ait at the cheap health . Herrar the honorable elms Lewis president of the courts of of scr and ter nun Raml general jail delivery court of Quarter sessions of the peace end court of conch i pleas and orphan s court in the eighth judicial District rom Pond of the counties of Northumberland Union Columbia and Lycoming and the Hon. William Marno mkt and Elf but esquires associate judges in Columbia county have issued their Precept let raring data Tho so the Day of Jan. In inc year of our lord one thousand eight Hundred and to arty no up and to Ine directed fur holding a court of Oyer and to Trainer and g nral jail delivery gen end Quarter sessions of the Prate common pleas and orphan s court in Dan tulle in the county of Columbia on the third monday of april Cit being the Loti Day and to continue one week. Notice is there fare hereby Giren to the Coroner. The justices of the Prate and constables of the said county of Columbia to list they lie then mid Thore in their proper persons at ten o clock in the Forenoon of said Day with their record inquisitions and other remembrance to do those things which to their of lira Appertain la he done. And those who Are Lound try recognizance to prosecute gains Ilia prisoners that Aro or May be in the jail of said county of Columbia Are to tie then and there to prosecute against team As ill lie just. Jurors a re requested to lie punctual in their attendance a Grce Alliy to their notices. Dated at Danville Tho oth Day of March in the year of our lord one thousand eight Hundred and thirty nine and in the 63d year of the Indr Iii dance of the Uta cd kisses of America. William Kitchen sheriff. Sheriff s office Danville March oth 1830 Ville common schools. In Romp Liine with the Law we the undersigned publish the following statement As suggested by the a a superintendent of the common of Pennsylvania with information that it contains the a mount to which they school districts arc entitled of the two Hundred thousand dollars or the Prosell school year 1840. Joseph Brobst John Mchenry attest commissioners of Columbia count Jacob Biblek. Clerk. Commissioners office Danville March 5, 1mfj �?�1 get we a i a g 5, 6 a s if 3 r fun s b pc 3. I till a rim a Fth if a 2 a it s 0 Ltd a u a. W a a 0 a us o o u to 19 s Coli o o a a amp t i o a to a a o k a a a m Tsi a a it Csc 5 pc 3s--2 c Job pm u s it a 0 a re a of of a a v to j �0 a9 s. And to c Oulu ssss8 operations tug Teeth. A. Vall be Champ,se1tti3t, respectfully informs he , and gentlemen of this Piare and its Vicinity that he has us cup his residence for a Short Lime at the bloom8uurg ii Ouhy kept by c. , where he will be Happy to receive Calls in the Lino of his profession will be wait a upon at their residence gentlemen also if they despite it. Operations pc formed in the most perfect manner generally with Little or no pain and warranted to answer All the useful and ornamental Parps be of the Art. A invaluable vegetable den Trifie and a great Supply of Torii brushes kept for Sale at the most reasonable rules. Upon leaving blooms Lairg he intends visiting Catt Wissa in Bis professions rapacity. Blot Zuburg March 0, 183. A new threshing amp. Howard s single horse Powlic upon the principle of a leather Belt inclined plane. The advantage of the machine Over All other is that it can to operated with a a Ingle Horae and requires but two Nten to work it while it occupies but a Small space itt u barn. The Power can also be applied to Wood sawing turning or to operate Many other kinds of machinery for mechanical purposes. Any person wishing to Perchase Tho right of a single Power or for townships can obtain it upon application to the subscribers living in Muncy township county a. Haines Thomas a co. P. S. I Filer directed to the subscribers on the subject to Muncy p. U. Will be promptly attended to. Muncy Fob. Oth 1830. 41notice i Givey to All legatees creditors and other per a interested in the est Stra of the re i it Ertic Reden s and minors that the administration re. Counts of Ute said estate have been file Jun Bur. Lee of the Register of the county of Columbia and will be presented for Cotilli maths and allow Core to a the orphan a court lobs held at Danville a a a tor the county afire sold on monday Ute 6th a. Of april next at 9 o clock a. A 1st. Account of Ninou a rusher and John Helmker executor to the last Willand testament of Himon Krisher Lata of roaring Creek town. Ship deceased. 2d. The account of a take it. A san yrs administrator of the rotate of Jacob Divis lire 0f uu0ii1 township deceased. 3d. The account off Corfe Smith Salt Jahanf in fir executors of the tart will and of Charles Clark Lata of Limestone township do. Eco Fiji 4lh the supplementary Aero Una of it an. L. Administrator of the estate of Jolt House in a of Lili Orty township deceased. Fitly. The account of if. Smith. Administrate or the estate of George Erhler Lula of Mahoning township deceased. With. The account of tres it Haiku int and ministry Lar of the c�i., of Jacob Kostyu Hadar Lata of Miflin township deceased 7th. The account of a stay Etaline Toul Rhyns uni .1 or hum Echt. Administrators of the estate of John Hutchins late of Mifflin township do ceased 8th. The account of Hartman and Georgr u. A in executors of tha last will and testament of John ii. Willits Lato of Hemlock township deceased. 9th. The account of of mgr h. U hts administrator of the estate of a Srinuel Huglie Uta of Catawissa township deceased. Toth. The account of Juhn j. Hartley administrator of the estate of Ellis r. Furman Lito of Bloom township deceased. 11th. The account of a Rhael s Cher Salmin i Lutor of the Elute of in thanks edger Ute of Hemlock township deceased. Philip , Register. Registers office Danville March 8, 1839.notice. The commissioners of Columbia county have the pleasure the Renoit of s very Noat set of meteorological instruments consisting of a Nitro meter two a self Regist citing thermometer and a Haiti Guage furnished to this county by the committee on meteorology of the Franklin Institute of Pennsylvania out of the sum of four thousand dollars appropriated by the legislature at their sen own in 1837, and placed at the disposal of the joint committee for the advancement of meteorology of the american Philo Phi pal society and Franklin Institute with a View of obtaining every inform Tulion on the subject of climate that May be interesting to the agriculturalists especially. Regular reports Are requested to be made to the committee and Rolls furnished for that purpose convenient to note All observations connected with the subject. They Havo keen left for the present with or. Magill to whore care they were directed for the use of the county. Oor. Plackner Joseph Brobst commission is. Danville feb 5th, i8g9.livery an Exchange. A a Tery respectfully informs his friends and the. T Public that he has always on hand at i livery Tali la in Bloon Burg fur the purposes of it or Exchange a variety of horses sullies gigs wagons and sleighs. Which he will feel gratified to keep in readiness Fot Din of customers. A personal application Eon be made at Bis residence when every me Ana will lie used to Render entire rot Iszu Tiou to those who mss give him a Call. Noah 8. Prenti8. Blooms org May 20, 1838,take in Otic the subscriber has left his Book accounts and notes in the hands of hiding Barkley, collection. A per Sony i amp Deb cd will please Call immediately and Settle or their will to Cost As tie a Sre dangerous. A a a. Al Nile for Sale. One two horse Wagon and a sled with cast shoes both nearly new which will a sold cheap on rash terms by calling on hiding Barkley. Or. Lewis Moyer. Hereby informs All those indebted to him either by note or Book that he in tend to leave this place and wishes that they would a elite their accounts before the 25lh of february next. After that Date his books will be Pul into the hands of jul lice of the Pesco for collection. He wih be at Home every wednesday and Satur a div. Bloomsburg feb. 9th 1839. 41 cilsljb4 a Psi die known wot id for a a 1 the cheap Ware House by Tobias in Bloomsburg. N

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