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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - October 4, 1845, Cumberland, Maryland                                r M-.. .VOL. VII. DOLLARS.per in advance or within-the first six time and within, DOLLARS Asb.TwEHTir FIVE whe isVdfilayed'until after tho the 1'vro DOLLARS AMU FIFTY CESTS -wi1 be "WT v ADVERTISEMENTS; not one sorted 3 times'- for Onp cents fo 1 every additional insertion "aw in th .same ;proportion. advcrtisetnenui not or dcrod for a specific will be continued1 uuti "forbid, A.tu CHARGED ACCOUIII.IGLV. JOH.X J. Kct.LF.li. M.; J. -Twine. Esq.; Old-Town, DR. J. J REEL, Esq., Fifteen MilcCrcck. .IONA. Rm.Nr.iiAru. lades No. 10. P. STKCK. Savage, "4 :Y.. Tis home where'er the heait f- Where'er iU loved ones dwell, j. lit cities or in Thronged haunU or The a rover ever, And on iVavo or.wild, maiden xvith her lovely .J'10 nlolnor with her child. bright where'er tho heart is, iipelU can bring Fri'iih founlnins to tho And to the desert fpnag. There are green in caehvicean, O'er Which afll-ction glides; And a haven on each shore, '-Where Love's the star that guides. Tin'free where'er the heart Nor chains, nor dungeon dim. May chrck the mind'rf uojiirhigs, The pealing Tho heart gives Hie its beauty, lit) glnry and iu [mwrr----- to rippling klrcarn, And tiilt dew to iu flower. .THE IRON MASTER. rl 1 I dulve in tlit! mountain's dark reeese, And build my fireV in. iho wilderness; rock rrumbles beneath' tnj bhst, Uie treert trombUi and stand aghast At IUH hour. my lurnacc glows. tlm liquid oro in .1 .Til.I tho .iinuintain's heart is 'Aiiiirseared its.syUau crmrn.l." -t -V---, rr-i" -f Old Cyclops worked in his cavWn To tip the arrows of Jove with (W: r v 'Hut I in my mountain erevicu toil. And makii the in.my.canldnin boil, That man may hurl uu his fiercest fuosV' f Tl.o iron rain and the sabro Mows And jeiid on ihrt The silent thought with a wing- of I burn Ihij wixMls, and I melt tlm h-lls. the liquid from the tarih disiila, That over the rail- road track may rim, The irun horse tu outstrip lliu ijuhj" That ponderous wheelsnnayt dash the brine, And {day .with the monsters of the Line While itlanils of coral seeni' to ,T y But mile-stones placed in tho deep blue sea. I'm sinylo.ypJ! I came out! 1" I fret f o what aro tho men about I vow yo hours, r.And aflerfanls lead there! No'offer yftXno o'ner yet J. i 5'i-l'm. puzzlwVjuiJe What, AviiatVvhat'ore.the men They uwnl ptopixwt For fear, I'd t Just lot them Urd tnarrieify I Andye without i SHORT PATENT. SERMON Tlieso-are tho which I shajl draw my "inuininjj's discourse: did you cuule from? Knock a, nigger t- Who belong nigger down. Knock a nigger down. My' first question 1 asked" in. text is, did. you cuir.e from 7 Vou maj think it a? easily .answered as a call and ea it may be, hut not'tu my bitisfactton. Me- thinks I hear you reply, individually: I camo from tho South, where the boys aro always read) to take a drink but never an 1 came from Down East, where one man, with the' assistance yfa boy, knows jnorein a minute thaji all.Gotham in week; I aim from Jersey, the greatest country in creation; and, I didn't come from any was raised and.brought up where I am. Now, very well as far as it goes; butnherc, 1 you come ftom Voa.refei me Ui your patents'. 1 well they as- sisted yon in getting, a fooUmKl upon me to again', where weroyou Avhehyoti were Thai's a kiiockAtoxvn not only tu a r.igger, hut tii a white will Jell joii where yon bodies were scatteied in particles, hither and thither, all alnmt these terresUal to.fufia food fur your essencea of your souls were diffused thioiighciit all imneiitity, like a of water; in boundless space. .-To think wt.ro fct-l and ought to be your knees and nimbly thanks 'thai all. Vou sbotild roogratujato youiselfthat'yoiiMiau the ......I lortunis lo come into the world, fur tbVodda u astonishingly great igainst ainsidi-r ibis millions and .million? i hat stand no i; chance of ovur.'lming" born! ut that myriads, of embtyos are tho i u line i it j _. i re any to !m.taken'in.ratherthiH be'guilty of mur- oriu tiwjint degree by wilful neglect. My you belong to7 or.4 more iamiii.incally to whom do you belong? can't.beIdiig in yourselves, becausw you are lit Self inndu; and. .therefore, you 'must belong to lim' who created you -tfier his own iin.ijjii.'iiml his CousMJuentlyyou his prop- rty. (jwHir UNI, .some of and you ave tu ahuMj yourselves, iriiTouo anullit-r. _-iTullpwliig; from Pjtiibtjrg de- fines the boundary of Texas; which" willj'bo insta- ted on by the: United Stales: .ni _ 1 ho.cflttur of the Gazette, after a week'd reflre- noticed ourarticle'of Friday last United States -daiDi western for 1 eoas, as understood by that bcfura the measure of annexation was acted utwiiby ther country. The laws of Texas havb been en, fora'd over the .country between the tho Rio del Norto since the declaration of Texiari was proclaimed tu the It in Jeeed, surprising that Uie Gazelle should at t AWU; LOSS I K.TAM surprisin late day attempt ui misrepresent' the General Jackson. In 1 Tresidentof the United this re'o In 1 82y, General -Jackson; as ited directed jMrJiVan' liuren, his.Secretary of State, tu 'open a nw 9liv lion lion with government fur "thj chaseof tu tho provinco as is heteafter described.' Burcn, the directions of Gen Jackson, says: -'.TJio'ter ttory of which a cession ii desired by the United ?i atray is nil that part lies east ot'tho-ltne Icii. in tlie centre of the! fcserti >jr Grand Prairie, lies teat oftla Rio Herb we find Jackson, that'lhe jvtnce uf Texas oxtendcd' west of tlie" Nueces. have also the authority of Clay for fixing the Rio del Nortti as the imtnni boundary of Tex- as.; On the 15th March, 182G..iMr Clay address- ed a letter to'our minister, iiwtrn'ciipg him, if pos- to procure the cession of Texas to the United He stiys: ''The Ixmndary which we iruler is that which, beginning at the mouth of the Jifo M JVurle, in the sea, shall ascend that river o tha'-'Rio' Puesiu.' Texas has'always claimed he Rio del Norte-'as her western boundary, and veare.'by the lerinsbf theanntixaiiari-iresoluiions, wuiid to claim and inaintain "out rights to every ootof soil rightfully claimed, by wper. aiiihuritius of Texas havo, cycr'sinco thb orination of junstlictiiin ver.thu territory'-weslnf the 'Nuecea; and oo late now to the terrik-ry Iv- between lliu Nuecesand Grande del 9 r JMVBVB tf IcmilSIll I) tama had just arrived; having, sailed, from Aran- sas the 15th inst. Shq news of ado- plurablo steamboat catastrophe.'. .On the ISilunsL.'lliesti'amer.DaytoV'hursthcr boilers when about half way between ti and Su" Joseph's There .vrerti between llltffV 1? thirty and forty parsons on Iwardi-iucluding- Uni- ted States soldiers ami the hands attached the Ten individuals were Killed .on tues'pct, in. eluding among them Lteuta; Wiggins and llerry uf tho 4th regiment of wounded, eomVpf whom were not ex peeled'lusur- vive their the Qiiarte'r MastcrJ 4as oh board.: together, with tufa other 'officeiV {They wcro blown to the distance of one hundred yards, but wore .not severely injured. -Capt. C. lud one of his legs Kimewhat bruised, but the next diy' was able to attend to his business. We have been'uiiabio tri.obtain a''list of thoso who Letters ol.a subscVmcn bodies' of all those lost had been One of UIP wounded (a colored deck hand) died the next day the other sixteen were leas injured than was at first apprehended, and no fears were entertained fur them. We trusf that the number killed not exceed eight. .'Thu steamboat itwlf ban utter Dotation DeuiuSritic'Parly are uuauimousfiii ita ;Tho rulo'that the ipwplaato to are ijot "made; for any, particular, bet of fur' tlie'ac- cwmmodatiim of Ibq has a in a public siatitm in'tho a inucruta'ali v'? the Fedcnlists; and. su peTu'iinuatcd iDctitukid a v Washington city liave beeirhNide way'Tor those fresh from the ratiks fpr iW pcvpla1 Thti i lojmiwj off Uieruttcn branches'o'f Uw the Dfjiartincni's _ is at -NVashihgion: it'clafts of dfoignafcd by loss. the Kio isfave; The boundary of Texas, as claimclrby her as a ociiuieoHit 'House nf- ileprescntatifet'nf-tM That, from and after] the of this the civil and political jurisdiction of this, republic Is hereby, declared to extend to: thd bouii- mouth of "the Sa- Thcre news from the army un- der Geii. Taylor.' Tliey reccifelaliuost all their intelligence from thia cityv-The U. 8." sloop of war bu Mary's arrived at tho llay ol Aransas on thu 15th'mst., with a bearer of dispatches on board fur.Uen.Tayjut -t On the .evening of tho same U. S. brig Porpoise hove tooffthe bar and communicaicil with the St. Mary's: In half an hour ''thereafter" she sailed towaids Vcra Cruz. ,Nothinjj[ as to'their jiuiSosesoriiitolligenco tranVpired.; tOn the tiiuniing of tlio-Jth instant a company of traders arrived at Gen.'Taylor's camp.' 'ihfcy re- and that'cluas of John Randolph as thi) five, loaVes and two fishes." These" should' bo displaced b'y'the vigorous n.eii of more modern cniwtlu whose patriotism and fidelity the cause of the peiiple is fresh anil warm, and whose enenry and elasticity of mind enable them tu be of service to ihiTijoverntnent.'- V The have recuperative cncrgins.and their" ported .that they had seen, within two days march Taylor. The report of. :was 4 but" lialf Hejfinnin-r binis river, .aml-.'runYiin.; w i, and make kwp until he calls fur them, and yoti h.ivo no in, hf -you iy your itut. ty- pet ting- drunk and' hamU bv lyinil lia.vo' sotiit'iiiiit-s'iii do iu tin: iraeli of. a riilnwd, than I Hut.' ask.-.Uav'o I not a m return to tho Utver what I am not f'liMsrd'iviili? (answiT, ularly i-vi-ry to lm pleased xviih his and s.i is, till he has and injitri-d iljiy-liimiwn Tolly and in after you the anielts you ilmik it all riL'htaiid iirojwr that you sUotildjthrow it baek into tin; hands .if 'heaven xvith the'excnse --j.----. _ Kt1" fi.'- T" there bo no mistake abimt tliTsmaitor.'' Tho Rio del Norte tcitl continue tirbe our boundary and, nei- ther the arms of nor tlm tongues of her diplomatists.-mir thu-puny.ix'nsof-'-'" i __ Vlll our boundary east iif-that dary the the "Mexicans, nor the paper shot of their fjiendsjir this cotirjuy; will biiabje In shako the'dat'eniiihatiun'of our Exj Gen. Taylor. sent out Lieut Scnrritt with an es- cort of tu reconnoitre forSUor miles. about, to" ascertain uveryihinij and will bo submitted ,to the people at the same time as the c copy the following sections'for tho benefit copy the following of persons interested QEC. 1. M 'hcrtby onlaiiicd and declared, .Thai it'shall be theduty.pf the Attorney p'ubli-s servanti; saonldiat all events..bn somewhat assmiilated to the jwwer that gives' life.' Xet the drones be driven from the hive. V .The adtiiiiiistratiori can scarcely 'nrr in plicing theaxoai of the tree. ll there be any erl ror in the action the adiniiiistiatic.uiu.ilm jiar- is that it is not prompt amr enough to.meet the wishes 6T the great m Democracy of the Union.-.1" t AVaahington Uce, has the following uiiiusing'.'article or 1! cability of "the Magnetic .Telejji is, ibliyojid est invention of the ago: and friend Vail Is always there demonstrate its compile yel'it excites in our co'irimuiiity Jess curiosity, and less enthusiasm, than' a strange: with a beautifMl and. musical -voiw. dozen ol and Kduld (-do'jagaini'--Sometime- hinee7 while wo for hall an huur.la gentleman 'handed in tho .fullovving note: Mr. No. ii Gay street, Ilaltimoie :fi When will HIV liuiLiniT.iiUca liu '.article un.the, varied appli-, tic Telegraph, r; the great you an-not jilted iu the ol. thu Lord and do that; Idoii'l-know ivhere1 there i.-j ,1 inranhi-Si.ymj arefnoycariablo'of nnd of self manufactured fools! llg' III. you u where are Whcn'mghl comes storm IB out, And rain falls merrily I fires, wilh'Vuddier gipw, Aro seen' to burn And as my merry men pass around, Their shadows seem on thd bright like a Vulcan' huge and dire, Forging a ihunderbolUif fire.. Richer than Dame'si golden rain, Is the wealth I send Ui tho fertile plain ;y The. press that gives to tho nations lighf; that tujns with a might; The plough that furrows tho. fallow-field; The sickle that reaps the harvest's yield; Aru hidden nowln that I have borne from the Cavein's gloom.." The mif-cr may squander his gulden And the warrior fall on'hisbljody The Iron horse may. ho stiff amrchill, Aod tho wlieeis of a thousand-mills bo slill; 'Tin steamtir may ninkon her oceairwny, firo.Tcfusc on its wire to ajo, tho iearth would forjfet mourn, Attd lean at a blast nf my mountain horn. NOT MARRIED YET. Vis. is where .-tru you goingjo? I knew. Sonioofyott iTittnrr tu jl _____ ,EXECUTION ago I. was called 'out of, town, to had beeV of -ki> ling.with tiiolice he'mu'st becn.iii' nf'goirig-to- 'JVnaliiiusan'd camo to .dabble, ink the. crratiire's blood. tlic'yoim. I t___II nf 'going-to executions. .1.11. the. jnwr.young bimgwj fellu'w- Legs .Irom relieving a'cnniractor the conditions, or :hu forfeiture accruir.g from tion compliance of tlie contract. K'vt 3..'And be it further, this Ordinance shall'be''prcsenied to the pcoplo.for their adoption or rejection at thei samei time this Consti- tution .shall be prcsented'tn returns of the voters this Ordinance, etc. ctcr' One of thc-'_mosr are ginng- to ruin jisimc are going, lo get'married; -piety .'has been czrried .out by' saimc.uxly so far ihhl it has never found its way is a donkey for the world to Hympnthy is than a red cent: it seldom ot never shows itself in tho shapo of a six- is selfishness in disguise; apparl enlly upon and liberal, yet really mean and skulk- of praying for one another; like lov- Ing broihers and sisters, yoii prey'upon oiio anoth- er like the wild ocasU of'the forest; and. in ma- ny ;resjwls, yon ate of little' Tnori- conswiiicncc than they. -Now, to 'answer brieflyrtho ihren" rjurFlions of iiiv text; jou came'from tho dusi.'aiid belong to the dust, and to the. dust yinfiriiist return; an'd yon are knocking down the text means, I suppose, 'down So nioie it bo! Dow, rrcSture of oui busi- ness; and a.bcaiitiful child' h'e -was too. as-yuu a straight Jargc and golden hair. I have no heail, .no has ini pur callipg? But those who came to sec me strangle that tender yoiing- feelings -.v wo once, had. ;.for'whatrthey saw was fit to -_ ment which the V has ever is the nno. which wo publtsli'in'tlils evening's It is the appointment- of LevijAVoodbury, ewj., of lowing aro tlm 'enns in which the Dcmoslhunes of thu French Revolution speaks' of our venerated Franklin v '_ r" J-----' -T tt9 make them as hard as jour scrrant and his nias They saw; that stripling lifted, to tho gallows; his smooth check tho color, of .wood little limbs vtrcinbling, and -his hosom heaving sigh'.aficr sigh; as. if .the body and suul jiarting wiilmiit niy help.- was downright fnurdcV; for thcro-ivas scarcely any lifiito take >Vhcn I bo- gan to pull the 'cap over his baby face, (10 pressed together; know, wern corded fast to his ho gave me a Iwsecch- ng look, just as a calf will lick the butcher's land. Hut cattle speak; this creature, muttered, Pray, Mr, don't My an- swerer J, you should spoken to my mas- ter; Pin and'-must ami bid.'V. This '1113110 him cry, which wnmnd to re'ieve him, and think 1 should myself if I had not; he trd shouts from tlic.cruwd poor inurdcrl'J saiil .The Rev. morning after tha intelligence of FranlCr Iin'8-dralh reaehnl Paris, when the Asscinbly was winvcned; Mirabcau-'toso and siwko tiws: :yj, FltAKik-i.iN' is dpail! Tho gcniiis-tiiat 'freed .__ gentleman gave me drop ho swayed lo and fro. (Jcad.as the feel- ings of tho ChrJMtian people of England. I'ho crowd somu Swearing, iwm'e .weeping with passionate exclamations; some tnr- 8JW Ml had broke loose; and some latigheil whi.'o cracked jokes oiryoit me and the gling ''J'hey haiP, coiuo'lor the 'New tu of the Supri'iije Court uf.ihe United States. -Endowed as that jju- premo tribunal is with great pjvyers, it is to fill it with'men of the nniptT talents, piinciples, and qualifications. is eminently entitled to the honor, nut merely on account of his public wijvicfs, but more especially .by his eminent accomplishments as a sound constitutional jurist, in tlm maturity, oi his mind and the vigor of his fac- ulties. congratulate tlie therefore, upon -his .Our great '.regrof'arises from the of his hrillian! talents on onoof the great'V fields of his the Sen- ate of United ho will bo great-, ly Ha lias, distinguished himsolf by the justness of his viuwa'atid of his A .CURIOUS ERp.oo.7-A, AVestefn paper; with pron gravity.statett that a the Ohio, unliirtunately struck forced it on thubank, from whence it vas got off witirgreat -The' reailfra of tin above paragraph knew not what to make of it. Jlowa rat could produco ouch a singular ef- fect puzzled llicm'not'a IJut the next number solved the tuck- ing any into thb word fat, thus, producing a rnjl. t -i _ The telegraph, it ineaiil, time, consummation nary business trairsactionl' Wgehtlciiiaii'uf iliis he likes belter than Tiiig'Tb'4 Havii1'their Von ti men ts 1 umbled mail aitd post o'ffiee, have letter of the.alpliabct.'as'expressed by thoi telegraph, for an'-- rest'of world'' in ".at thd; tnlegiapli" office, where i'.phys'iliu ottoman riivijr them; and, 'at the opposite end. cau'fullyl folds .the long sirios of on wjiicli all tlm, various letters have egraphnachiiie, and send! them to jthe, ;iii whom they Thus ihcy talkjoracii" otherany hour of tho'day. they instituted HJU ilia law points raised tlus3 writps'ln nmbassTi'tlor'a sailles. if- 'misfit Tho ter s very. his bent on Ho pin on las and rcruti- fllft fifttf tllllC rtttdiriif ti.k Then he took .'It was from i O America, light'oPer'Eurone, "ri-.n, i i T of empires contend with i-ach'otlicr. held, without doubt; a high raiik.in the human racc.f Too long havo poliiicarcabincis taken foimal noto of "tho death of those tVho were great, only, in fune- ral long" has'thn ctiipiettc-of courts prescribed mourning. Natjorw should wcatjinouminp for their benefactors. Ihe represcnlaUves of nations should commend to their .homago'jionc the heroes of Inn ifittrrrneta f T. i has ordained throughout tho United States a'moiirning.'for. one month lor tho draih of Franklin; and at this moment, America is paying thiSjtribnlo of.vc'ncratiuii nnd gratitude to   ono of the yreattst men who has nvcr bren engaged in'the service of philosoply ertj'. I 'projKifio tional during mouiiiihg Tor JJcnjjiyii Do vou WANT TO Hcv piir- who advertise; inmtii business (he increased custom aiiraclertjiy enables tho dealer resor- ting, to this to veiid' his wares on clitraper terms axiotn thaw is; jniwibln' lor Ihos'eC lif not advertise fictilly was how 16 i. i P5-Texasis indeal a land.flowing; with ftnilk and'honpy. In a cavern, on the right bank of the Colorado, about seven miles from Austin, there, id an immcnso Into of wild been, tbo number supiKWcd' tu' bo as grjat al conld bo contained in ten thousand ordinary hives." In a warm day a continued stream of bers may be seen to'ernergefroin the cavern like a dark Wreath of smoke. been nr-itight to England from Java, the proporiinns uf which are more likely to. intrtcst of the natutalist than tho nizcd the mjstetious budget. __________ off, xviped tlicm.Biid examined it again.'-'.'! all tiriickilu hbn'. IIP wha't's all ihis only so'mo: .tho telegraph olfico." said I'know'its from the.'telegraph what are-all these nro inadnyoti diiu as tho paper posses through the said lie, very.sigiiifioah tly7" Well what do v now, she. can read Chinese she the old gentleman nut of countvnaiico. 'r, v. .-'41 should just lik'u continued; rcSds; and step to tlic teiegraph got them siiid tho ami plaw ask'thom'why.they-ncnd it -to ,.X 1 X V; 44 Thcy.send it Yes And he ilid enquire, and tried in vain ui out. .'Thu secret wasaa safe in, an-irJti This first; private h.19 been iJffVlsieilTliir you the 'f fiJ but it-will nut be the wotB.hfp'ptrs always'hsio'a fren press: its voice; too'juiient aijaindittheir nvil.deeds'.to Avould-have tho whole, world as their own secret, and nu suii-lighl tqiglaJdeh tho hea'rts of tho following aio-sald tu be vrry.uwfuijre- scolds, UtU'licr and keep her If your child cries, it and If your with each n bill as lung as your-ann. wliy-JIHI them and' keep them rjuict. fjj; Tho remedy twill prove "all gives bond uiid Security.v'j'u" tjfj a -i W? morn these havo a short way. nf tying thn iiiiptt- al kinit in tht 'loosier 0'1 What is your v- "AVhatis yoVr. Miss T' 'r.'; J.V you love folly V.Nu mistake." f .1-. 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