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Democratic Alleganian (Newspaper) - July 10, 1858, Cumberland, Maryland REVERE HOUSE THE ADAMS or L as a incut in m wi House is It is Ihc to keep a. Class Place of I'd 8 Cumberland and nud not meals al all VERY MODERATE PRICES only for uf the this Hit best in of cities OYSTERS FOR FAMILY Jhc Slonst Y S T E R S n. SERIES ANO iLLS and tidily lor and till inter daily wild ALL UK UNITED rnd by to Articles will lye Tor u if notice is en nt tlic The Scholastic of this the 1st Slate of appropriated JL JIM of with the tilted School oi all lo and ol uril A O 12. liJi I moral and iu Us ch but lustily H. K R. in is to tut Mutts bjL Jvi nil ionium LEI im for from ID to M try White's s. J S HE 1MB OLD'S GENUINE til ctl J by r ie i K pi ofi the ry ibit 1'tc II isv ill curbing oft lit m fum Lucr ill c jii tli cat ut to n itf its up tilir tlm 1 ic i oii On 5 ic ft TII M lie no ouM tin d- nut tits U S nul im will tu ihc the c payable half yearly in Circular jini t H. or and in of n and Lend Piff and I a of and carpenters other BLACKSMITH'S aa I wf It is my low thai 1 an li full supply in ihc vt much reduced or to punctual i fine Kloek my ill .it A much lower in J. W M Corner Health or DEAUER IN B DOTS Sec. jke Poit IT AS now in lio in t a item ion of tho lie styles worn arc lie have with a view of tli unlit C- His M AND ul ami O .il low u a In tine m of w ill always find ul thr of to tn a 01" i tt J lur I'll Jitsu 27, SPOOK OF gland fibre in die IV to ev lieu Corrupt it Li upon Ihr uJ curing tn the ihe ill. j or of 51KMOVED tot lie on I. 11- ofj H. Tlic nice i .it 1 t nice of to the 1.1 of I he uf K JOHN J JJ II f 9 P to atiJ in I il A Hll r A noil 1 f TAS just and opened ni Mr. uf HOOTS AND III to thin Ilia new and ITU omit ul Jit ncr tic tito in the U 1U.unn.ss I rc 1 With fur of Society iu Mil taken any v til ut entirely Many nrc bi uf I'D i a flip CUM Ii vii in i i ij mi ul nil i by Thi of ihc 11; 1 iho tv to till R Mi- i Till U 11ll or v intn n ire n r m ii antl Im he will the a every out from ft A of urc thc chilli a ami A oy f fur t hi Ct tor public thc he alone on winch nc if blc to Arc curing the Sick to an extent never before of any FOR r am lif iii linn am ut mil v. mo in but and tn In- tt make them Lj ihc i IUH mo Hi -X fi w inc. r ll ill nil sis t u but Is .in tw vf tt y Clu uf llu niJ One be pii I to inj i in Mho il tlit ilu MIC r tc 1.1 P my ul th be d from tc been The unsi in MIDH of e d Have Sold anil nri illy an c r n II I Ins Mi M my or ILT Sworn iml I nf P f liy an J and hy No. 52 South Tenth St below OP sk for Talc no fff a I our ns nul Hum any r Uip Cent t per June 12. 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IS 1" sn 1 One 4 until the of the and will V tlw of Dollar fur Cults A ty nho uf KuJ ou Baltimore dooi i 5W, LOLA I liave me of nu autobiography of thw v of our J at the were but the points of jtn opportunity of coming upon political Ever since tewing it spent her time almost exclusively in courts of 1'ol.iiid, and St. 1'riur to her advent in the in of tho gifted tor and a of the spent hour that he couM from lib editorial li his rapidly in of She became BAS ni l li and K S i if r of i her story will all tho to bo in giving n of own If we dt not tins of rio u we bhall in lull At least of world Lieu nil of blic pyu but LoU to One iu another in 11 hi ed but generously Iruin tus UMMI i of f she 1m UJ a from tht f After the to King U I M contrary to ally thc An of tuuk place tuo but m a duet hatched up by whom had ihc case with was a- bio to take and give Lw an nil tiie his to lnb it all ol to write licr 1 mutt lias attempted her tpc t. D in and D- has on lYi a full oi aii i u i K re 611 H 1-a i rj r i lit by the and ti of htr J n Ul tva a of tu j ul of ami liide bur MWM Tie tlic of upon bu: by h t A Tired and fatigued from a loos covered with tho wo have gathered n vanity we Squire to wet our rest our bonep aud have R chat with the On our wjn n. to talk and doze This -t good humored as by left wio the of aw cct how fonK not nnd our readers needn't It was not for long talking in die office soon highly to m. If it was eaves ping it was no fault of It tlut acum Old a neighbor of the had called in to Ulk about matters and things in 1 Mr. where a fellow can buy a right smart chance of a nigger I know b a sale in lowu last of BIS or WOOD 1'ftrticulivr juul to from uu CARD ENVELOPE find u l K Carriage on ill J iml to or country HARNESS OF EVERY done short HAND 1.L-CO.ES V Sept 0, Cabinet and the bold and Ta of iu f or n tinit slie must liter ur i or l re of a tu by it by unst corrupt and to Ur burn in in the u ul Sir her it ii T. one uf tUo of Thc uf her was the racy of among thy iu The 1 ne courses through id rt mixture of tija rather Ker U lur but Lcc i two t card by thu name ot ic iis ihu id now by Soon after her birth hor tj and hii family with One of tlic of the country quickly him At Lht Lis child to Tau of nut properly to gund protect tho u adopted the bliu ti to thu houm of Sho until her to ihu family of Sir in education 1m ing been finished to thc of mother from the of her daughter it soon turned out that had 1.1 to Sir Abraham n rich and old of sixty was to tike arrival in i Of the cried and it piece of If so thc Lola thu of a J In and sin to him to save hur from this which he did ly by eloping with her on thy next hku mo sure lo in advice to such a Ind better or just onu mill and lo n One fie Mrs. went out from and n for m of ih tulc of Cy of s of cil on Lolti for her a lo were lit 3jkf3y, 18 My word for I would eight at one There I got a i for nut t ike a thousand fur to I never huud a it. tuld you you I tike the wv thv saic atiJ 1 had to go to any I went on day of tlic sale I hit a I 2 gyta box A KISS AND ITS Our not a common nor arc our boarders common I do by Atish to Con- vey the idea that there U anything liarly uncommon about ua or our only that we in an aristocratic tion of the and consider on the rather a select however select fact that they are select is not an in- fallible proof tlut nothing disreputable con occur among This lias been proven in our We deeply Happily for the of our the which I ipcalc had a gratifying In our resides an erate old bachelor named Mr. is by no means such a person as some people represent old elors neither in appearance nor dis- He is a sociable and likes the society of ladies far better than three-fourths of the Mr. and arc aUo of our the a and a very able sort of exceedingly fund his a little inclined latter is o beautiful and who dotes upon her 1 and at One day of our a maiden lady of or of thc for a gave some tokens of an tion lo swoon thinking better she j is a said Miss after enjoying fully the i sensations bhc had uttered Miss not to be borne exclaimed the indignant her face assuming a erubescent tint as bbc must not be borne said thc reputation of this douse will not allow such pass unnoticed our own reputations chimed thc other what we should be made lo Cried ths it should become known that live in the midst of such iniquitous characters are not to be trifled with exclaimed witli a determined tins thing not Lc to drop sighed Miss pily him from my taid the I dare say he has not the least suspicion of his must know uttered speaking in a low and deliberate tone of to lure n hand a in the hall stepping thri i 1 of her she leaned the are must know but how inquired Miss him it be proper will be our said coward suffer y before oilier l nrd for mo L About a. month tha to ths estate of U BKI that and of iu U could nut collect i of them Tu Loia had ob- tnc promise of the King tint he would Code of Napoleon and was it copied the bruko out t drove I cr Irani power She not ascribe the of lver to thur superior and but produced by for hhc laul the frum hira a Ite coma not he with his own tlic reforms made at her The of the King was faithfully ho in favor of bis son uith thc republic was not ungrateful tor the political rendered by while in tu on sui for shii mtv to and to London to upon cf which nothing but sorrow and was tha The she spent in Paris and Her the of gifted ol Slic also many A- who to be in stop of any public note taken by her to coming out m with m nnd broken in with hopu tu tho shores of tho Xot much U said of her in thc United On arriving that thc uho had licr in B it filled tho with ft and Among other ihc Ihy of of myu she If sho lo attempt to collect the about to be met with wt i cry ii 1 you didn't you tell know 2 it m our mid I took I didn't know you wanted to Did you I had sold my tract of Unit tu She neck to its utmost and listened with breathless so glad you arc she heard a she at once recognised a-i Mrs. the next moment MW thit pass to a of whom she could but a partial a wat and Mrs. in a somewhat lower tone of with lo my is at and I am the performance of a Christian must tell for am ready to 2.0 and perform remarked gave n on the n to tUeger ft toe hu it up by blow on the other side his ears ring in a most te This was rather too much nature and himself to the and tho of his he to lie in ten Afr. cried loudly for as well-whipped a man as he ever after helping his adversary to his that our please tell me what I have you my well replied the but a taid the responded I ran can't and MIC and me a if you just what I Mr. the from hU his disordered t as well as aad accompanied hat the of it. with a meek resigned as if taken it upon to suffer at the said the I will accompany you 1 am sure 1 only want to do what is said Miss let us go at the sooner he has 1 i bused m respect to his the tbe immaculate trio as soon aa they could make the necessary and bent their course toward the store of Mr. n rich oM from It and I got the I cash six dollars both started to ascend the stairs in the part of the rind Miss withdraw into JIc wee bit of die it. sell a tract lie across our In l of thn country to a in no ler of the man who was with and in as no other than Mr. had bcon absent in Ilie o. when he three approach He and inquired what happy circumstance had brought tn if land for the list two TI dollaf JIT It's better land than and JOH know be no but J reckon you I bought lost tuo barrels of at 7 hail to give 0 that With ill Uncle bought mine at 5 7" At the house of You they in country ior a and she seen on his not more than hour pre- thc is one of pure hearts it b that sinful shall occur on and feeling to as 1U is a sad errand on are ari 'e the Mian in the truth of uf the whole at request proceeded to bu to e a man was with saw him he to who bati f r MUa jhe made a This I AffH I be- I ler must be like lieve he As trio Mr ina bui fie boon the whole heartily in the laugh said shaking her head j hia and J c it. Now hay Co. I got paper were selling at I knew ceries go so I and bought a TJie groceries fill sold be- fme I didn't DHV the for they took my Slates bad at per That fur yers told me that it was not to sell iny true timo but the news iu our had them it's editors to get alt acid keep it Uncle you don't and printers to xar FOK Tim J WOOD t bo iry bun I A WOOD tr rot IK tho of Loi i of 1 lime simply her n others make their A ur Tu die henit to be these that nrc so active to lie motionless m the mill hail thu of the i iml to jlr 1 unsi J r r ii of Luck to tho Old Id but in mm j j It decide 1 lo her to htr who hnd to Tlic ling not a Mrs forgotten thc in u until that thv uns iu Cn the of strt to was to be placed in of A branch of on Iho of the vessel in to The little became of Her about wits run in ICHS than a and she was compelled to look about fur n of first thought but was c a to her BO that she Lea Aftur studying lxr art four mouths she her ml Her Majesty's in cr the and lw able to j tho condition 1 that IT rather strong But she did mind Since the of her lectures slid has received but of with a melancholy A dreadful errand in prying to imp their time into the affairs of other and dictating to the course they hould I the as she closed the door of her and walked on lo a seat come to I always thought there was thing more than everybody going on between the She sat for half an hour in deep tion upon the and then she arose and moved toward the the creature Miss to she has the faintest such will be buffered in this she find herself I can assure She heard footsteps as she paused into the she saw Mr. Wigley descending the and heard him leave tho have you she uttered under her I ted to witness such never But 3'ou'rc found out you're both of you She hastened room of Miss on the Miss Dobbs is a of Miss a few years than and a few degrees thinner and gue j in Mobbs to inform them of the find Mrs. Brings in company with her friend on Mrs. may as well state is a widow lady of so twelve years who had en- is generally believed by nearly all the captivate and of Tho paper goo mentis country to and gent GJU they libor ing V Should they not be paid there o is not by not every coilin j i t' -j eyes 10 on all litres should upon It is strange thought I What woold tho soul doing then it think of tha few mourners who bent tho worn ut U had left for- ever would it upon thoso who upon that head and came to gloat over when do no I it 1 seo the smalt Hion enter bury ing f can tho wet the dying tho grey find bre There nre children th 1. 1 ul 1 J.P. t he of churchyard wi air ith a t it May POU lie kct CaW fc tn. All beside tho at their Her a J can Uia urc Every and I tower the d irk grave It vaa I one bju Is anil ibo vnls upon IKT by royal no. WM to nul long since thai silo to was IVoin Lola from lo from the from Here the of her life or to bor Tho of this in Bavaria TTAS if with JH if they vo is Mid from lonely It bo thai but it ii only k turn way thon Mcp in lUo wailing i and aro Ilio lonely remains tho rain repaid far pittance his stop right I'm going to take the I'll go town to-morrow nnd nnd scud kick to my tin U corgi go far j the tor in tht next lUre thc in upon where wy ncro acting out admirably a person Fast H is enough for us to say that after an Ibo of 0 ulic was en- tered on our book as a subscriber paid in And now shall will pinion us for lo thc public tlic facto by tho aiding so in who are they who arc thc led tho friars with shrouded in thc procession oi mutt or in an unknown words of import 1 Who are I tho of who lurk in uf with dagger tongues by invention nnd co venom ed to draw tho Wood of and banquet on tho arc They aro A multitude no m m cf of for victims in town and the heart of or the ashes of mortality find coward world me tbc blood who thunders along tha with limiting cilia M well M the mo who emblem of his in the of Mr. A more dreadful errand you not added making a strong effort lo mercy's cried the alarmed turning is I he first Mr. said the first wish lo yon that you have our warmest we feel ior From the Very bottom of our added thc elder And nothing but a of remarked the induced us to take thc step we in order lo reveal to you such distressful is what U exclaimed thc merchant me in happened uttered in a significant Mr. your repealed e other in a Mr. staggered while a lo ik of deadly terror overspread his wife he of my Is she sick is dead MISS closed her and shook her why do you alarm me would ou have me to understand there not something to noble is than do you mean your wife ia you ley to join their party that game of v SPEAK p tion or young J may be true the as i a b l thai it was ingly invented to hide instead of it. To this the and lha v warn more if you are desirous your and no. Never tion is asked pi answering ter it is yoni an improper quo idle or There is more in y people than frankness of nead of look as open countenance and a eye that never winks the burden of a lip a lie pass over There arc no words iir the English language more valuable than the little and There no in them when when they drau led out into auti then they become Out a clear of nnd in a manner nol loi be borne said Ihe when you speak Only to wilt you do to your native of Only -o can you btf witli Only so can you be is nothing so j add i than frankly j looked from one Ihe smiled a- other in carefully Ihe shr seated herself beside her are your is receiving the at- am lo find you she of other I of greatest I importance to make tell with an caser U it be surprised to il is thc wonderful thing in the world how deceptive some people can I in all my what is it cried bolh the ladies in a most goings on you ever I'll be replied the in so impressive ft manner lhat the of her listeners became Then pausing a ment to let her words take full Miss solemnly from otio to Ihe and you believe it. uhou I you that I with my own in tho hall below with hen a man of nu how humble ur degraded may iti ihc of. tha lain rari is treated will soon forget but he auro v to put the of his to look down in t one of oui far forget her modesty as to an she lus for thai Mrs. t have to wilh the do vou know this cried Ihe in a voice of you of what you answered Miss your wife this morning Mr. in thc heard them and together they went to your Do you mean to fay that is the man repeated 'The cried his hat lia shall L upon shunning the mechanic we an influence to est and make it unfashionable for to learn or labor Did young women lhal for all they possess urn indebted to tho it woold be their desire to him and to encourage his to while they would treat scorn Ihe the the sponger and the A li did Dr. Molt 'the htr no would play at hii would gamble upon hii er's Horace Walpole an of a man in his dropped in Hie presente of Mr. and offered his hand she him she was alt alone plank which j thc but mo from wic that was not al went off it's such The wind wet It It ia is a d 01 uniTes are n f in n bridgo of W WM en who j ins I Mix Mr. r to the Mr. with every of Korn and declined to it. me to inform the choking with I know Mr. looked at with Ihe kind of A rn tih of. 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