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Hagerstown Mail, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1842, Hagers-Town, Maryland WEBER 4 m tt M Surra Nave removed their Store North of the Old Stand and one door from k in havr an of NEW GOODS they tip GAR MR which they will on the By calling at our ran with Pattu and other article of wear in practical they flatter them they atile to up in the Wrl most and will ive thr F chinos regularly tlie cities in the latent and mist approved Work in tir line will he made or at the lowest pri or from H M S merit a April 1 VHP 1 If D FRIDAY OCTOBER 14 1844 No Vegetable Life Pills AND BITTERS superlative family for ami in nil the well in many f a ar character Their proved by the nt they Mint of in to kind of Vo 3 THK to retire from wilt off Stock nt cott tor in current Having CHOICE AMD GOODS he fail to and Very thankful for past hr the Gentlemen of and try at to cull examine for be pated to 29 1842 fill and Bowel of Nil kind and the flir A Small Tract Land FOR KALE will sell at 1 LAND 23 IIE nt which are cleared and he ante in This lies on the Turnpike road five of one mile Mr The consist nf A LOG HOUSE Orchard There is print of good water on the The which will be known hy to the residing nn premises JACOB of in the hu anri the face and ihr and irry other winch he The r arc in rect and explicit in do in every the they arr and in- therefore br kept bv every ami person in the y be to he only hiit certain and the surest of sind health They lire mild in their i operation and never even the and follow the nv nf sale and retail hr Ilr W B 375 Broadway York rott BT N fc L July I Mo NOTICE ON appl m writing of Frederick ol Washington county and M to me the one of thr the Orphans Cotart the and state for the the Act of entitled An act for the re- lief of sundry Mot s hundred aind five the several therein a of and k nf he ran on nath nemit tn Petition and brine that the petiti nrr hath d in the nf Maryland fnr two next the of said tition aad that he did not come the fof the eil the and K now the nf a C- He deM for nn and the bv fnr on thr er tn C with mf i OF the and hv the of tun county tor year 1842 WASHINGTON COUNTY Da To amount levied lor Coroners 232 00 Lawyers for 53 Hon rhomas Buchanan Judge County Clerk Washington County Sheriff Washington Co Court Crier ol Court Account of Court Accounts Criminal suit moved to gany County and out 300 00 and 3642 54 4000 00 3881 00 625 00 1012 09 1502 87 250 00 78 00 75 00 109 98 200 00 43 1588 31 118 474 00 99 04 55 00 371 87 551 27 1567 50 House and State Fund Tax County Crier Keeper of 224.267 10 1.372 4.912 50 3.830 87 f 34.312 99 Cat By the rate of 37 99 Thr of property m hv the that a rate 37 in f 100 worth nf property he collected the Collector which will the of 313 99 is to he applied hy the to the of he for and to the pay went of the tor the of public under of HERBERT H The arc to per of t take in to flue lor that to fc RattAn on hand at hif Stort in Weil nearly op- the Court and 3 of Mr J Svopc'a Dry Good Store a f of aad genuine Medicines Oils Perfumery Fancy Articles which he at a and respectfully a of public Country and others arc invited to Rive him a call accurately compounded and put np with and n October 1 1841 If X MINERS I The keen the nf In and the Joha the and Bhrt J 1 Hud n toffee H the wMt fn H nf JONN Chat Fn nek im 1688 faiai to vMt IHU Ml a T It WM fast day at the of a feudal manor which hen contained best part of be nobility all the noblemen aod of high lineage were assembled to be present at the wedding of ibe lord He was about to unite Clemence py and the population of the ding villages was celebrating that great event by their songs and plays Clemence was lively and gay to madness yet she knew how to make one forgive her levity and vivacity by kindness her mildness and her benevolence How often had she ried under roof her come How many families said Aat their tears we're dried up by hand of Clemence and their for- tunes by her unexpected So the good wishes of this grateful population their snouts of love and respect not wanting oh this occasion for the Voting heiress of the Count de Make make shouted a dozen retainers let the gate of the castle be There is a heavy carriage advancing drawn by three horse's The presents it is bringing to the castle of How the imagination of the tants is excited how many calculations are made upon the value of presents but particularly upon those contained in a large oak chest upon which is the of arms of the house De Crespy Two men are hardly able to lift it From the care which they take of it it must contain the jewels precious dresses all the rich treasures of Clemence's et They are soon to come out of it for the ceremony is The priest is already waiting for the betrothed one in the tle tbe walls of are ornamented with the garlands of flowers The chest had been carried to apartment arid the women who were dressing her admired all the riches spread before them The chapel was already full of those who were and all eyes were watching for the heiress bride Out upon the old ed Clemence in a tone of which made her mother smile Out upon thee much time thou hast made me lose At length her maids having given the last touch to her toilet she went accompanied with her join the lord of who gining to feel uneasy at so long a It was that old said she which has kept me so long away but there were so many fine things in The Baron seeing Clemence so richly dressed did not make her wait for his pardon The ceremony so long delayed bad at last taken chapel was again and there remained in the castle but the nearest relatives of the wedded pair The villagers bad re- turned to their cottages the had taken the roads leading to their castles Still the hour was not yet come when the Baron and bride might tf tire and they were obliged by tbe laws of civility to attention lo their guests The rain which was falling dfd promenading in the park and to relieve the monotony of the evening proposed to her young friends a play which was tn have more charms for them than sports were to her livery disposition they called back to her the happy days of her Hide and echoed ail the ones who weri beginning to find the evening rather and ail of them rushed by ent 10 find in of the castle obscure re- treats they could escape tbt nf Barm de for HI be and she disappeared wp would IM kept his and continued lo bewail the of hit Yielding to the entreaties of his be consented the lapse of ii month to the castle The int thing which caught his eye in the apartment of Clemence was the chest which contained her magnificent sures and portions of female apparel ay scattered around The sight nearly iroke his heart his ngs be bent himself towards the chest 0 open trembling hand had appointed to feck not the bni tbe castle by relations and wiU Iv from fnm of tbe in too fro all tlw ls were m R UP IV Mtt T tlw no one was of ibe o m oH 1 W fn V iMM in rtM tl 1J fc o low there was a chest hutting it the exterior he pressed his inger upon it and raising the lid what did be corpse of his Clemency dressed M on her wedding He stepped tack struck with horror then through a convulsive moment sprang forward o the chest and fell expiring upon the corpse of his wife When his servants came into the room he had ceased to exist It was supposed the unfortunate Memence had concealed herself in the chest and that the lid had fallen over her She had unable b make her cries heard the springs lad resisted the efforts of her strength n that chest were confined the baron and his bride and ther were buried h their wedding garments under a ree which to in the of Crespy in 1789 With the Baron de was extinguished an illustrious family the lilies of which dated from ibe second crusades against the Infidels Lore and Laudanum MAJOR Many of the of our city of ardent temperament make ii he chief business of life to get in love and when in that interesting condition surfer the tender passion to absorb heir very souls and to unfit minds for calm reason or reflection Their senses thus ed in the soft and sweet sensation the the duties the other ies of life are no longer regarded heir thoughts are only on or heir they can think or speak of nothing else save him with whom heir little heart is so supremely When he is present they joy absent hey sigh after him and are sad His eye is the vital spark hat electrifies their voice he music that melts most sweetly on heir ears This complete absorption of soul in the love for another while be breezes of passion are propitious a terrestrial heaven of happiness o the fair being who enjoys when a cloud comes over the clear of the a den gust of anger rises to disturb the serenity that had so happily reigned and a temporary withdrawal of the one occurs hen the bosom of the maiden is torn with conflicting enters her s pierced with the pangs of disappoint ed pride and exacerbated be serpents of jealousy twine around her in a moment of and despair she flies to mum for relief and swallows the portion that is to consign her to eternity And though rescued perhaps by the opportune instrumentality of the phy she often remains disconsolate mind is in a morbid state and tor restoration her former happy condition is seldom effected until her lover returns to allegiance and to herVor life Such as been the case and condition of many males of this who in a written k of jealousy or in matters of love with dreadful termination fhe bottle and ibe Wynd of death Within a1 few such cases as this occurred in one of their thin with s we were to become Two aWber anJ the tier oir own Empire in ibe Mid of re visits M hdy and boors ihr It lo see ibe brd of ly on vw rf young nights from hurricane almost eii her hat cloak out into street ai a late the of an large phial of With she hurried home and was quickly said she I have my will come hnd find me dead and will after he unhappy of was however quickly ered and by the use of proper and potent remedies the nn was the maiden lived The next day her lover reconciliation was and all was happiness again The other young female not long after was placed in a similar situation and swallowed in succession two eral poisonous draughts before she became reconciled to Her lover had regretted her ness and folly and like her female process of time and happy Instead of being corpses lo be admired in their winding the young ladies m bridals be- came lovely and charming wives A case likewise within a few weeks in ilie central part of which for a lime assumed appearance of A voting and thoughtless lady to relieve her mind from the pain of some tri- slight of her lover purchased swallowed large phials ol of the in part her salvation It ened her and he pump removed he poison and a stream of cold water ing on Irer head prevented congestion of the brain She lives and ferrets her folly All these lanies had not assistance been seasonably afforded would sunk intn no cause whatever save suspicion Lot young ladies beware how they age such a spirit and rush under its influence to self-destruction It is better to live amid the ments incidental lo our allotments here than in a fit of frenzy to plunge un- called for imo the dark damp by suicide There the unfeeling worm alone revels in the undisputed sion of those charms which if lit up with life might have shed joy and peace and pleasure on a wide circle of refined society Ballooning Extraordinary A daring feat was accomplished on Saturday tbe 1st inst hy a citizen of neighboring town of Gettysburg Mr John Wise the American Aero- naut par excellence had announced his intention to make his Balloot Ascension on that day from an en- closure in his usual punctuality was ready on the day and hour promised His balloon was ballast grappling iron fee duly slowed and he was a bout lo step into the basket At that moment Mr John a young gentleman of Gettysburg enquired ol Mr Wise whether it would not be possible for two persons to ascend with tbe power then balloon On receiving a negative reply Mr Clellan seemed disappointed said be was determined lo have a ride and enquired the price at which Mr Wise would permit In make the voyage alone One hundred lars said Mr Wise who did not appear 10 consider the enquirer to be m earnest I will give you fifty The joke was carried and lire of it was soon transferred lo he pocket of ibe his substitute was waled in car ating cut Mr Woe thought that mailers now far enough and his to get out as time had arrived at which he had 10 be off Hut he refused in do and infixed thai he had hired and a in this and go he i man Ht the when the loM him HI lave hri he Vour Sir One of tipecim'ens York Uu ilie cm from very after le nit thrown ban or two of of humanity it that H lew and in or Hanover WHS i lord and i toll wine that of saw OKI York tip toward him nn j he roul lo Gettysburg over a young ing determined lo stop at Yurie 1 from the HI 1 Hnd ilie Could il i a round at iif to have usual fee he futi m limbo from at the w n uch he had 10 before thin file would soon Threw reins for H single pass Aw balloon and Hie the slip pulled suing is a the to the safety valve in order to let oiT halt of one of the smallest a portion ol his This valve is j bus of in world voting constructed ibat when it- lo it is pulled to the interior and hy gns when ilie rope is let gd I s id the g in the Sir if you id ilie Imly In your II VOU anil Him IMC the as conveniently quick ordinary will at however ths aeronaut loo valve rojie tore the door com olT iis and it down into When he WHS more than a mile hinh and he immediately and with Mime lime purposely or nil her shilling inn tiie the valve i wagon Ah it in thf off of course 11 dinv inv for ut tliein.1 The y the mm mud but lise balloon caught iir form a by which the full was moderated say thai about five we are happy to the from York He says thai ss socin HS the valve donr down up returned he knew that broke and just then ihai iMr Wise had told hun lo he when he descended to throw out his grappling iron he was get nt it the in the basket when ilie ranh bounced tip against bottom of When seen from York the balloon was about 13 miles off nearly clue It appeared 10 IIK toward our town until the valve was pulled and it had fallen considerably As it fell it ed lo find a current thai bore it ly toward the North Tbe spun at which it landed is about North of our borough The escape of the gas was ly seen from York and as the balloon he earth it had IOM us dity and appeared to the gazers here lo come heavily like a uet sheet York of Women There is a paper published in Boston called the Rose Bud edited by a lady The way she occasionally raps some of her own sex over the knuckles is a caution She We are extensively female operatives and can safely say that though generous confiding and lovely they have a great deal more respect for character than those in lire higher circles whose faults il they have any are covered witli en and thus hidden from Ilie vulgar gaze of world In the following she hits the ors Shaking of woman she Our aim now to defend her rights In a liberal education nml to the or the woman who Makes in work TMs class of females been sneered at by the senseless their company if a mom I pestilence mingled in their The fart is llM is the K class of to lie and encouraged and of the poor they the name of V to it ami soul m UK liberally paid that might liave hrm m work and live comfortably happy A tailor may lie a or too ran a n half for a gam cut In a whom he lo tin the rk fnr fnr prr I rutting n which she r wheel where taken up is it you Whv don't you put that coin imo inv The girl archly replied yir I found your lise there yon will find your she turned to co into house she s find added 1 ders for of would yoti Mr dandy ha your change and she closed tha door Tbe gentleman up coppers and off at full speed impatient in get out of and hearing If should ever pen lo be in thai country he will take care how he makes Yankee girls York Sun Courage like oilier has its varieties Some men are born brave others acquire intrepidity from example anil even it timid spirit to stimulated by action until personal overcome Amidst the crash of battle soul catches a and for time off natural To exert however that ial Calmness which in brief and lucid language the details of plans of action rt the agency of many and whose ibe conception of an individual troy a con- of many found foremost in lire of fight never can This the moM portant quality of a general and Wellington extensively and when he fate of battle hung upon a hair both were calm and and the order which lory or was issued a thai approached in- The terrible attack at I by a and when Were that blondy veiling h might have palsied nerves not a of was Jten lo alter nu ihr of a i bed by roar of his a of Lord We penned the of the ami wit M that fund the oi fif M a clear fif MM It Tbe New tin she r Arc have mi SID a In- bad him ihr be Mr kl tire hr a ihm mid ulic do ol from It DIMM II I who JHI three an n lo but nilgai wind n's the air bis r-i im f an t f as Snow a a rival The My M irst an4 M mwd fcy Af rJ I nlr tn Air Wise had d hwl lo tire Mm few and J rosier in in tn of jind a few nam bad lo a my he jo bore biav 4 ai m si mus chair g for i were the great U amid lacuna d ftvm m iht ransy in the lie always
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