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Alleganian (Newspaper) - August 23, 1845, Cumberland, Maryland A U i JUM f f within the six mouths oj the .______.erthat time ami within tho year, 1 wo. Douuas ASU TWENTY vc when payment 'la delaved until afier tb4 eypiratwn u inadvancV payment is delayed "theyear, I'wo be exacted. ASIJ Finer CEMS will nnt exceeding one 'scried U times fur One Dollar, and iS additional insertion longer. m Hie advertisements no'. or-% deirod fur a specific lime. will be continued unti. .forbid. ASD CIUKGUU ACCOUUIMSLV. AGENTS TOR TlTfi dcsNu. I, Al Selbys-Port, I, Ji'isKru LOGSUON, li .T e scene Georgia. Mr. t antipathy miiiUttrs, a dial immstera lUs.sbop was nar- row aiid IIP declared his'dett'rminn- tion to whip that pass- ed his shop. This'tlirest.he had sa'often execut- ed, thai waK'drejued by the'prfachiira, it was with Jiflieu'iyjhat found to fill it. "The'Uev. Mr; Stubble, however, readily cfltiscijud to ;jo and the fulliiwing tic-scribes his ride through thu bad lieard_of his new re- joiced thai'his slzfi and appearance'Turriuhwl a belter subject for his tho attenuated franiouf late parsia. Qb, wliat'a beat- ing -ho Would lie had Methodist lul'.itatejs .were rather spirited. I'll do rny ho Well, thai's a inaii.V.said ,nuvt- up and dawn to tit'? s _ J. -J i j U'. .Two day, To Washington city took thrir way; footed it off, and the peojile.say '.T'utuna wasl'ulk and the other was Clsy. Rtttt, -when thfjj to the White Houfo 'They saw each other, they .had'nt befiiro And Clay exclaimed, as be Burned up his hero is a fallow whuai lubojy lit tu, Polk, saya I heard There's" such a matter as knowing ton And Clay replied.'with oiths su strong, Go home, d-n you, to xvheie you belong- Hi tu, Then Poll: rxclainwl in a Suppose you practice tho you preach, FoYout in the-West is your hume that's the people havo made me a nice home Ki ;t. 'So at that they npprd at thu tioor, and out-, Camp Captain Veto, wilh bis honest stont, And saiil..''good lulks, pray what is the matter. You'rc'kickinij up here such a deuce ofa }U Clay to smiled with -JDear you trtai same ifii and cue.ltt'skt ruoVu-.eo, that tie mj tin.. Juia ivJ that i ha fj your factt, and tear Taiou'sTestament, and lurifvour thoughts on high." Ned rosi with" feelings' experienced be- fore, and went :6ubey .tho lava'ury. injunction of the preacher, when that gentleman mounteO _J tiHik Ned by the- han.l, and said Ni keep your pnunise. and I'll" keep yoiir mum Good evening. 'Mr. f-ir you to-uiorrtnv and nfT'lie rode xvitli the tame inu curntrh: me, i.o h-vd to scare frum their eyriu tn.Jbeuyrrhting- thought Ned j tl'.is is nice What; people cay'if they knew'Edward was whipped.before Jtis own daar in I hit; and, that loo bv in sorrow than in onjcr.' our, foreign J to'allonl the Govern-; iifcBt an adequate JFie'e Vrtts. ox THU may talk; and the, iyr "lainuc'alVscrrciie''ef judicial1 authority.. ,If-'_ihey are sincere in their wishes to alte'r this fria'ter, tho the preache r. The disfijnreJ co.inteaanco ef Foniero.i was u course subject jiinnercus. ipjrEtiiins; th'a
here, my friend Jim, in, -but I can'i let him. III tu, t'vc. Thn people won't snlter'this rulnr i-f Clay. "And what they command Inste to obey j Come in, ard warm in the nation's '.Or. tho fourth of next Match you may have- Hi tu, Topqtlier they entered, ivliilo down at the gate. J lawyer Clay bcmonncd his fate; people have Jlow'hr.rtpy ti-a their Saviour iwss. only half 'through whrn be felt like a new mrtiii ,il-'orjcro" was frciti that time .uting wtth'tho simplicity nml rronomy republican in- siitiitions. In? which wasinstittlttnl rt piMiple.and for the (jcneral protection and it. it never could have been designed. -that (.fliee- holders ibuuld fortunes ibe.proplc were tht; inaiuis uf (hu upmi them. Were ihe.Siatt; ml of JftM. able 10 meet .-.11 current- demands frmn or.liuary revenue, it would still he Improper to sivc public ofDeera 'more than a fair ti for the services which render: but. niuler existing circumsla when ;the best Jal talents of the measures to :IISK BiiiTicient rdvcnuo To 'n-deem public credit. upon suhie'iilassea of of iho community, it would seem .to bt? the height of fully not to restiict expenditure's to llie pissilile amount. On the Mrore then oflustice'atid economy; reform in thi? State is required npjv.pL-d as it may If, refirm will bn effected. The havo slioublers to the wheeVami who ean'imjwde its I irwa'rd. .Not all the i.fiice holders in the Slate and their friends "combined, can 'prevent'reform." "A THV-CTV trials for cnpiial nfiVn- ccs.it isumial fur the clerk iho court lo.pro- to rnch as be is called.' nnd before be is ernpannelled, tho fillo'ving questions: Have 'vou 'formed -or an opinion at ihiVftut replied wero iriiruasotia- I.Ie. ami tlrit Ho would to thnn. Well, yitu hayn a whaling to submit tn. thenV i-ornrr ways! Cletdowo vou'cnssc.l long-faevd In The prea wajk- inj; up to his liori'e, thrrti'.enrd in tear him .off if hiTdid nntdisiinmnt; vht'rrup'n, the worthy man nut'ile a virtue ef and aliglitedv j "J Iiavc but out; mv friend thit is, thai you heat-mo with this overcoat (in; It was a'pre-icht fnm tile ladies of my circhtt. and I'do not wish to have it torn." that suddenly, you basin Oh! wlial is life 1 with the joys and snuks V.'illryimth's gay dreams and enchanting wiles, ,vFull soon the glow of heart. Shall yield wasting bligliN And.hopp'iik'o depart. Away' from oufdazzjcd sight'. is life! when tho .strength and mijjhi manhood have toiled their fa'mVlo its'slarry height, Wh'ero'thc. beams of .honor play i Tljo sta'tolybark frnni tho billow's crest U hurled toftho guif beneath f I I f t And stir, with a Yields-up iur'osealo v Ah 1 what is life! when owrycara havepnssed, And our heads are wliito and-hnar, s as'unbeam licmbling.in the i (Mik upon thn priscir.er.' Counsel fur Not peremptorily. you f.irmrd or an opin on w'uh regard to the guilt or innocence ol-the accused? what a'question? flow ebs-uld I? fClcrk r'-pnats the qnestion. j I never saw hint I'.fnrc. r-.- ihc or sir-reel it is mny, porliapa. tend tn- render Jnnailian as selfish s the rest of thu Minn', HOMr. is tho rig upon every'member "fa family to Iwh'inginrr it happy. This may, vith a littL' er.ertion, one contribute improving the ground g'mg to their hotisn. If thevhousc is cold ami tio. serious a mat- j. yon any conscientious scruples? a few left. iii'-aii about inflicting coital ptmtsh- ment forrtimu? whatever. I tlo assure you This emphatic Atc'.araiion brought the prison- IT'S COUIJM-I "to bis feet, who toatguc that the nanner in tin- jurors last answer wns civph was a' gowl rcnfcc challenge, but he 'was snipped by the court.- you akiir.iu the [Clerk 'repeats tl'.e question.] Are you alan tc do you me fur? yt u shin the fice is blacker' "n JjnniJay. than mine on week-days, hair is wool." Art :ikin to the prisoner er the qiif stion. to ihc My kit' 'CSPCC taMc tiroplc L 11, re the cloudy of the court indicated tba tlmnlil be cut f-burt. and the pn? IIF t V i 1341! to tho revenue siandard. The Whtgsin lhe} boding no from tlie juror _. t 111 North used every efTurt to make it the poiilU-al j opinioimf his client, challenge l_ v t iii to pass 'without, its oppnipria'tn ackhow coldness ami which 'receives all sueh. as a rijiit, dernawHn; nothing- in return. let each exert hifnself to render it better and more pleasant. If it is pond nnd 'plea- let -carh strive to adorn it: let flowering tinW be planted and vines arid vrootl '.bo windows and'dours add f tijl nti'filitlilti world beneath.. :.TliH (olluwinp album aforesaid, in the. Boston volnmrs to'the library, 1'Utle a nicies ol "iirniinre u> vhich "are wearing nut, wait upon -and'anticipate, each other's wants and over have a Binile fur Paronls oitglit to tench this lesson in the nursery, and fireside I ivo'it tbii weiijlit uf their prtcrpl and c.tam'p'u. If they would beTI bappyaml inort- virluoin .country. profanity and o'.hcr dicgustinir'vircs-would die away they cmild nut live In the influence of a lord y and refined home. THK MiujnifEUS OF TII'K..MiiMotiv or Uobicri I'ust tliusjcunclui'es on thin cbr: of prisons: Nor gre.it patrljitic -whu com: "rnonly i-ngagfil Fu. thjs work With few i-xceptiocs' tlie distinguished men uf oar bave been just other. Witness ti.e letters of Adams and Jrfi'erMin. Sre.Jefier- sou ever ready to recogni-te the sljiiity, and patriotism of'l'lamilUm': sreour Web- coding fluwanl to speak over tin-grave of Jacksnn. No: itis not for minds to libeUiho deadl This is lef; to men itks am small 35 tlirir hearts are cold and iniJii xvhoMi sjilirre of cction.has.been limited- men whose better feelings (mo been swallowed up ill n, bitter cended Mt. .Jim wrnt'on foot. Jim had i had not-walkci' twiMiiileS! ihe The.consequence on t may well be Jim could .mi any nisrp tlnn Jo could stand SPE'CIMENS OFuVNEW See ,1'cei. -A bo cuts prose ijito to -furnish lining fur tjunka., ''Tie SCcond .thing I you ift-'ogo to I'umpk'n creek meeting house, and hear me nrcachui ciorrnw." Ned itttmpted to stammer siome excuse, Whcj tlso divine resumrd his de.votional hymn, nnd kert Qme xvilh tho him- over the the" fleshy part of I.U sit mounteil higher In cluriot of fire, .envy Kjijah his scat." ..jS'cd'spromise
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