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   Hagerstown Mail, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1842, Hagers-Town, Maryland                               JpBV OTTk WEBER. 4 ftltfre m tt M. Surra Nave removed their Store iwb North of the Old Stand, and one door from Millrr k in HwHb rrect; whne ihtv havr receiver! an of NEW GOODS, whwh' they makMtif tip tittn FABHIOWABLE GAR MR which they will on the inntt aecom> By calling at our tleaien ran'' 'HiemftHvek with Veott. Pattu. Stviru. and e'vrt-y other article of gen- llewien'f wear in fttrlirte practical they flatter them they witlnV atile to up ('Inthitift; in the Wrl most a'antial mminer, and thrv will rrtf 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 thev or prnrure'.theor from ,H 8c M. S. hopelo merit a nhare ptiljlic April 1. 1B42 VUAUMJICY VHP. 1. If D. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1844. No. Mofiat's Vegetable Life Pills, AND PHOC.MX BITTERS. superlative family -ati estab- for ami tffic-iry ,in nil the .prevalrnt.and, ordiiiaty well in many "f a pern! ar ai'rt aggravMtfd character. Their proved by the, vflonlarv nt ihe per- they Mint pativ tli--ir reriifica'rs wiih tlu-ir of" ruidrnrf. itatrs ainxunt in to fjifh. p'iiitirular kind of .Vo. 3 Kroadtfay THK SUBSCKMER. to retire from boaioeai, wilt ntll off pteMnt Stock nt cott, tor in current Having eenrml 'a'asnrtment.of CHOICE AMD WKLL SKLKCTRD GOODS, he flaitVi tie'eamiot fail to and gencml Very thankful for past hr the Ijuriirs anrf Gentlemen of and eoun- try. at Iratt to cull examine for be antici- pated to ihf GILLMEYER- Julv 29. 1842 fill B'ltf-iis and l.iwpf tti'rt rhrnoic Hhtu- Asithmi. Miirons CniKu Bowel cofflpUiiioi of Nil kind and the cl'-iidrd, tin- flir A Small Tract Land FOR KALE. will sell at 1 Sale..a PstALL TRyiCT.p? LAND. 23 A.O IIE nt which are cleared and '.he bal- ante in Rnod Timbrr. This lies on the Turnpike road, five of one mile frnm Mr. Dav.i'V Tavrn. .The iin- consist nf A LOG HOUSE, S'iible.'knd thriv inif yfinnjj Orchard. There is "print, of good water on the The which will be known hy to the lubscnber residing nn premises. JACOB FINFRUCK- 26-tf atid of in the sirtr, ttled iind hu anri anci'InsK'hf'appeuti', the face and ihr Msrt.lt-r. kirinr.v. and pliira, am! gr-thfr irry other winch eaf.noi he hrre eiuimrra't-''. The r, ar.d Ci- arc in tiiifiirj rect, and explicit in eojtiinit; thry do in every frnm the riired. they arr and it.'anthnrity. in- ir.edirinrsshdiild therefore br kept bv every fahiilv ami person in the y be to he only rliwase, hiit certain and the surest of Chrer'fnl sind elaM'C health. They lire mild in their i operation, and thoiigh rffectu- never even the pros'ration and whirh follow the nv nf Mlnmcl. P'-fpar'-d whole- sale and retail hr Ilr W. B. 375 Broadway, JJew York. rott SAt.E BT N. fc L. LEISIKH. Jgmt. July I SMiTHsurRc, Mo. INSOLVENTS NOTICE. ON appl pitititm m writing of Jtkn Frederick, ol Washington county, and ttatc M MarvUr-d. to me the one of thr the Orphans' Cotart .the and state for the nrnt-fit the Act of entitled "An act for the re- lief of sundry d< Mot s Noveniber vn-ion, hundred aind five, the several t-wpplt-mems therein; a whednle of pmpertv and k nf he ran thrm on nath. nemit tn Petition; and brine that the petiti. nrr hath d in the nf Maryland fnr two next prrcrdinc the da'e of said tition. aad that he did not come the ttatr fof the pnffKwe eil the   CnMtt. on thr ihint er alle- tn tttm. AIM! rfriirv C; kttn Ihe Krflrrirk with f_A. mf i OF the and hv the of Waibing- tun county, tor ttie year 1842. WASHINGTON COUNTY. Da. To amount levied lor Coroners' Electiooi 232 00 Lawyers for Criminal! 53 3? Histrict AHornevs Hon. "rhomas Buchanan, Asso- ciate Judge, County Clerk Washington County Sheriff Washington Co. Court Crier ol ihe Court KfBister's Account of Orphahs' Court Accounts Criminal suit moved to Alle- gany County and mak- out 300 00 llane.ous AecouoU and 3642 54 4000 00 3881 00 625 00 1012 09 1502 87 250 00 78 00 75 00 109 98 200 00 72t 43 1588 31 118 S5 474 00 99 04 55 00 371 87 551 27 1567 50 Inwaticca Altnt House and State Witneaaea Fund Tax County CotnmJMionera CU-k Crier Keeper of Cnllreior'! 224.267 10 1.372 4.912 50 3.830 87 f 34.312 99 Cat By It-vied "512.708.517. the rate of 37 99 Thr valuatinn of property m itKmderrd hv the that a rate 37 in f 100 worth nf taxuMe property he collected the Collector, which will ra.ftf the of 313 99. whirh is to he applied hy the Colltcior to the of (he comminion, for and to the pay went of the amotmt ap- propriatrd tor the of public under Ihe of tltt Cojia- HERBERT. H. The arc npem to M? per. of t take pleaMre in rXhibiibt to flue lor that purpoae to MtMra Tilfthman fc RattAn.) on hand, at hif Drttg Cktmttfi Stort in Weil nearly op- pwiite the Court and 3 of Mr. J. Svopc'a Dry Good Store, a f HMnrlfflCnt of aad genuine Medicines, Painti, Oils, Dye-Stnfls, Perfumery, Fancy Articles, which he at a and respectfully toliciti a iharc of public patrnnafte. PhTticianv, Country .and others, arc invited to Rive him a call. Prcacriptioni accurately compounded and put np with and detpatch. n. October 1. 1841 If X MINERS' I The fcaviwf keen appovhteif Bx- the nf cwintv, In and the Joha) the frnm i-f and Bhrt J 1 Fredetirfc: Hud 'n Hnrke: toffee H the ittf ihe wMt fn H. nf FOWLBI, JONN BrideV Chat Fn nek 9J im 1688. Aafrl faiai to vMt IHU Ml a T. Mooaa. It WM fast day at the   attention lo their guests. The rain which was falling preclq- dfd promenading in the park, and to relieve the monotony of the evening, Ckmence 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 infancy: "Hide and echoed ail the yormg ones who weri beginning to find the evening rather and ail of them rushed by differ- ent 10 find, in nmwefowt 8- of the castle obscure re- treats whcrr> they could escape tbt nf thfi Barm de wlmm for iliem. HI be and she disappeared wp would bteotnt IM kept his and, continued lo bewail the of hit dinir'Clemence. Yielding to the entreaties of his Htddft, be consented afi'er the lapse of ii month to reviwt the castle. The int thing which caught his eye in the apartment of Clemence was the chest which contained her magnificent trea- sures, and portions of female apparel ay scattered around. The sight nearly iroke his heart, buUnasiering his feel- ngs be bent himself towards the chest 0 open it'with'a trembling hand. had appointed to feck Ctemence not the bni tbe castle by relations and retairwrs, rtajw wiU Iv from ihw diffetent fnm of tbe Cut- in too fro !hro' all tlw ls were bntwinc' (wwierwooos m R   menaf visits M tbtir hdy freqstevt, and nfrcfcnmg boors Wrtbowi fiodanc ihr It lo see ibe brd of Xaiwtmw. ly on, vmil vw rf young gen  "cut Mr. Woe thought that mailers now far enough, and his cmmmer to get out, as tin: 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 woutri. AyRaincy O'Keattfrn i ilie: man Ht the motjn when the loM him HI "lave hri lirniH." nimre he Vour Sir. One of iluw uonduitrript tipecim'ens York. Uu iliMt ilie cm from hiiu very rapiiily after le (nit) thrown ban or two of simtl of humanity, duiulies iravellitig iporr it that GenjslmrR pits-ctl ofl' ihrmigh Coimeciictit H lew daystince nwiird Hiigcrstown, and thiii in or ImrrowuH Hanover, Ahboiwown, Ox- WHS i iiji lord, and lierlin Mrolling inn! i( toll aaif, wine that M'fU jtisi ulit'sd of hituj saw OKI York cominf, tip lire'tuhi-.j {like toward him, njipiirenily lakii's; nn j he roul lo Gettysburg. Hnv-! 'forkine over.' lit- fiiquired'of a' young ing determined lo stop at Yurie, Iliulv 1 feiiriiiij. from the HI 1 staiil Hnd sobi'rtowii ilie Could nir-is il i formidable'htirrier. a 'round turn1 at wmch iif to have wiihuiJt (iBvirii; usual fee. he futi >d hi.iiiself m limbo, from wiihotil wlm'was'iu at the '.w n uch he had 10 before wns thin file would soon 'Threw reins, for H single pass Aw balloon, and iiitn Hie the slip. pulled suing 'Tliretj ct-nts is a the to the safety valve, in order to let oiT'; halt of one of the smallest a portion ol his jcau. This valve is j bus of .gjjvcr in world, eh! voting constructed, ibat when (it-' iached lo it is pulled, vjdve to the interior and nstiiiu close? hy iln- gns when ilie rope is let gd. UnfiT- I riaht? s; id the dmidy, g; in pnrk'Hs the rhimge. lireo ct-nis. Sir, if you id ilie yrumt; Imly. In your 'II VOU lilt! MlllOllIlt dernnnd Irriin ihis jiiece, anil Him IMC the biihuice as conveniently quick :is ynsir ordinary locoinoiiou will liie diuitlv gpiitlfinan, at tuna'eiy, however, ths aeronaut loo !ii ihe valve rojie, tore the vnive door com pletely olT iis and it down into ihe rar! When thi? nrrur- he WHS more than a mile hinh, and he immediately and with fearful! ihe Mime lime purposely tiropping rapidiiy or nil her shilling pit-ce inn. tiie iiitid hpneiiihhin the earth! Whfii ihe valve i wagon. 'Ah' ihfre it in thf off, of course esraptid rapidlv, 11 derhne. wonldii't dinv inv for ut tliein.1 The yotii'i? !a y the fmrn the'mud, wvni 'mm mud, but lise balloon caught sufiifiem ;iir i'r> form a paracluite, by which the full was moderated say thai ihe about five rnili-s we are happy to the from York, emirelv uninjured! He says thai ss socin HS the valve donr down up Inn: returned wiih he knew that somHhinj! "broke and just then remeiiiberiiig ihai iMr. Wise had told hun lo he when he descended to throw out his grappling iron, he was get nt it arnonn the mrrnerous tiiinsis in the basket, "when ilie ranh bounced tip against ihe bottom of ihe When -first seen from York, the balloon was about 13 miles off, nearly clue West- It appeared 10 IIK ap- pronching direrlly toward our town, until the valve was pulled and it had fallen considerably. As it fell, it seem- ed lo find a current thai bore it rapid- ly toward the North. Tbe spun at which it landed is about North VVest of our borough. The escape of the gas was distinct- ly seen from York; and as the balloon (he earth, it had IOM us dity and appeared to the gazers here lo come doivn heavily like a uet sheet. York Gnzette. Righit 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 says: "We are extensively p.cmjaintei! wiih 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 'guld- en and thus hidden from Ilie vulgar gaze of ihe world J1 In the following she hits the bachel- ors. Shaking of woman, she says: "Our aim now to defend her rights In a liberal education; nml to ridend the or the woman who Makes in work.' TMs class of females htive been impo'cil sneered at by the senseless rlitv; ar.il their company if a mom I pestilence mingled in their The fart is llM Ihis is the nioM K class of femaieji, am! oujht to lie pnned and encouraged; and, of the poor (.'ulance whiclt they receiveil tuidt-r the name of lengn (V) hartlly to kn-p ?j.ir it ami soul m UK liberally paid, that ihpy might ;.liave hrm m work. and live comfortably, clK-crfuily mu! happy. A tailor (may lie a or, too) ran a iiru ant! n half for uintYrtaking a gam cut, whirh In a whom he lo tin the rk fnr fnr prr I. 'rutting n which she r iimier tin1 wheel where she-had taken up ilm.jliilLntj. 'Hilio, yoimg wiiiit is it you saifl ihe liiiiidv. 'Whv don't you put that coin imo inv hand.-, eh.3 The girl archly replied, 'yir, I found your inoupy lise there yon will find your she turned to co. into liie house she velhe lellowa mosr s find added. '1 woulti-n'i rliny rr.y fin- ders for tweri'v of tliern! would yoti Mr. dandy Huin7 ha. your change, and she closed tha door. Tbe gentleman diytnnuntefi. pickpil up 'iiis coppers' and off at full speed, impatient in get out of and hearing. If should ever tiap- pen lo be in thai country nsain, he will take care how he makes chxnge wiilt Yankee girls. Aeii' 'York Sun. Colirnge- Courage, like oilier fjnal- ities, has its varieties. Some men are born brave, others acquire intrepidity from example, anil even it timid spirit imiy to stimulated by action, until personal appreheneioh overcome. Amidst the crash of battle, ihe dullert soul catches a g'oiions in.pulfe, and for Ihe time casjs off itsf natural tor- pidity. To exert, however, that men- ial Calmness which convevs. in brief and lucid language, the details of plans of action, rt (juirtng the agency of many, and whose Mircess ibe mis- conception of an individual miglit des- troy a pbilosopliic con- centrsiiiou of Ihoughl, v.l'icli many, found foremost in lire of fight, never can oblair'. This (the moM portant quality of a general) Mapoleoti and Wellington extensively; and when (he fate of battle hung upon a hair, both were calm and self-col- lected, and the order. which lory or deieni was issued. a thai approached in- sensiiiiiiiv. The terrible attack at I by a ges- and when tuiriigs Were that blondy veiling wliic h might have palsied nerves, not a of was Jten lo alter. Siiiiut nu ihr t-tiil'ai kmelit of a 6eld- i bed by roar of his a ihunrier ihe liaiUM'ins of Lord We penned the of the Wiitinc ami wit M that fund, the dociu oi L'fc fif M a clear ptofil fif MM; Dhon It. Tbe New Bed- Built- tin she r fi.r Arc have mi SID a In- bad him, ihr tnnrc be Mr. ibctn kl tire batinnn fJistJtncu hr a ropft, ihm mid ulic do ol from It <4 DIMM II. I (who JHI Sorsv three an n ftnn it? eVclcd lo but nilgai wind, n's tSarr-ifJ the air liiat bis hi.< r-i tiiH im f an t f as Snow, a a rival. The My M irst hemiw? fwfcw an4 ffAmN iwiiiwiw, wnlineiwy M __ mwd fcy, unmrf. Af rJ" I nlr. llrdclbiii'io tn, Air. Wise had d hwl lo tire Mm few and J rosier, rnifcrfcft instnttliirms in in tn of ihe halikwn jind :n a j1 sraijJ few rlarint jtnmw's.r wro- rwnn nam bad lo a briatht oCubrmt my twn wnlef. llere he rotrrm -tii jo fi-r Itwp? ft-. labith bore biav 4 innly !w bv's ai nraytr m tiilw si mus chair, g, iriihl Tlncc for Lew- i chair? were the great U scaidl amid !bt ap- lacuna vMil d ftvm Vtn m iht ransy in the lie always gnjuytjl   

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