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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - October 11, 1845, Cumberland, Maryland                                V '3 TGL v, Tin NO run TIII. run BY W. M. B. MCLANAHAN. CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1845. VOL. VII. r per aunum. if paid In adranw' or within the first six mouths of the tliat time and xyilhin the ypar. Two DoLLt.ru ASD Twcarr FIVE xvhen payment. Is delayed until .after the expiration uf the vear. Two ASD Firrv CLSTS will exacted.1- not exceeding serted 3 times fur One Dollar, and 25 cents fur awry additional ones in the same proportion. (Si-All advertisements nol or- dered fur a specific xvill be continued until CHARGED ACCOnDINGLT. 'AGENTS FOR THE ALLEGANIAN. M. TIIATER, Esq.. No. 1, Allogany co IL FAUILL. Esq. Selbys- Port, 4  Ua 'U ol IS'.ituro sliort 44 XX'i'll, but we xvant one fur our said 41 Let our friends dime to SPC tuand nol to hiar 4' IJut, Genrgp, l-yly has a pi inn, nmv a vxp don'i gunny xvLeri? without'seeing a pi- "Hr niid ihc ofhousrr, ai thfy flit. like yrarly trnantf Noticrs lo quit. S'iiri, officUe ti-mprr, XVtepSiy and and day lojjrthir, Taking halfsu.i lujf. Fu September rndrih Cold and more But the mor.llid that f.illunr Sure tvill pinch us wane I >VHY DON1 1' YOU TAKE THE PAPERS P WILLIS. dun't you uke the rs? They am the of my election And tnsn-I read firapile. yon cannot a cent, Why be afraid 7 Fur cish tnns is monry leo; On tntcrekt fuur I'M pid. Go, thro, and take th- p-ipers, And pay to nnr pray delay, Ami my wcrd heard it U Vuu'll Jive till ire An friend of dying from the Prtired U the Ihlist While he off. J took ihe pper, and I read Of some new pillx in furce; Jin a box and is deadl No hearty ai a horse. I knew s printf.r's debtor once, Hacked with a scorchiip fever, Who iw-ure m pay her bill next If her distase xvould leave her. morning she ather xvork, Diveatrd of her pain; But did forjjci to pay bur debt Till taten down f lere, Jrssif take these silver wheels, Go pay the printer She fpokc, she slept, and then awoke, With health upon her brow. I knew two men, SK much alika As o'er yon two stumps, And no phrenologist could Hud A difference in their bumps. One took the papers, and his lifo Is happier than 4 king's, children all can read and Ard Ulkuf men and thinng, The other took no papers, and While strolling through a wood, A tree fell coxyn upon iiis croxvn And kill'd werry good.' Had hit been reading nf the news At home, liko neighbor Jim, I'll bet a cent that arcident Would not have happcn'd him. -1 .Why don't you take the ppers? Not fan tho printers sneak, Bccausn you boirow of his boy A paper every week. For he who takes the papers, And his bill when due, Can live at peace xvith God and man, And with tho Printer too. CLOSING AFPEALTO ".GenUetncn of Jury Do you believe that my client is des-   Im-har.d ruel.td vinli tulv. Vuur lau.p siiuil.es my he Kaid, afii-ra vX'.'-i'n are you to jot an n-sira! I haw tuld you n'rJ'Z-'n times how much xxa jiet-d one." said Either, pettishly. will du." 14 IJuiyiii kri'nv every bwdy, nuxx- a-dax-u, xxauis astral Ism; a." Isri'p the preitie-H of the Kind! cvr bought at Muslim." Hui-U-urgp, do not think our runm is com- plete ihp :harp they are so xxhy tin: D------s, and B------1, and haxe them. 1 am i j, minht to, if wo tale pattern hy oilier ppo- doii'i sppany fur lint." 1'liH hutbard moved uneasily in his chair. 14 want iu xxithtn our infant, exrl.iiineil 441 ahi Miri-1 think ixe could afford il as xvell ae 'he U------5, and L-------s. and m other-. xi e uugui du nut xiisb lu appear mrnii." 44 .Mean! I im no', mean." hn rried angrilr. 44 Then xiiii not wish appear "-aid wife.. I'o ruinpleie this room, mid u l.mk likti o'htr's, VK xvant a pi.into'id a.i Unip." 44 usnt J" on satisfyinjr xvumnii's. du xvlut you max and left the room. I low many hubbnmU are a siniilur ciili Many rendered un fiy the niiis'ant of a xxiip xviih pre- cent and present prox How many bright business have I'lide'd in hank- ruptc} snd ruin, in unit r lo th's M-rrct hank- rmg ifier faihjonahlo If the tea! cause i.f many bp made knuxxn, it xtuuld tie fimnd lu result from tut Ics; at Io3tm-.tr ihedi-imndsol faih ion, and 44 xvhat xxill people of 7" My wife list rmde my fortune." f a-d a rpnlle man "by her Ihrifi, prudence, and cheerfulness, when I wait just 44 And Hiine has lust my ansxvered his hy extravagance, and repining xxhen I doing well." XX'hat a xxurld docs this open uf inn influence which a xxife JNI? over the future prosperity uf her family! Let the xxitekm.xv her iiifliiencn, and try lo use ii wisely and xxell. Bo Kaiufifd to cnmmfnce small. Il is too inun for young huncp-Leppi rs to hpgin xx-hero their mothers endfd. Buy all tlul is necessary tj skillully xviih. adum your lumses uiih .ill lh.it xvill render it comluriable. Du nut 'ouk nl richrr !HIIIK s and cox-el their costly furniture. If serret faptiun is ready to spring up. a step am' vif.it the of ilip pmir and feiuTerinir; behold the dark, cheerless clnth- ina. an absence of ihe comforts :nd n-finpinenlr of social life; then return to your uxxn xxiih a j-ixfn! hpiril. Yea '.xill thrn be preptcd lo IUPPI yi.ur husband uith a grateful heart and ready toap preciate thai lo 1 and trlf-tlpiiial xvhirh I.as en durpd in his biiBlnrcs world lo siirronul you xiiih al! ihe drliffhts of home; tin n you xv ill l.c ready c  hi'" (lur iiiuiigli un wuormh.xid, h-d lint l.-ft the r.'iixeiit her little of aciti- al ri'-civini.' the gravest tu the last. At length, though she had rvuieiilly il't eunuluded n, tin: made a lull Mop, :i3 if reluciam tu projt't d further. Co nu Jaugiiier, exclaimed priest.; r. eeed musi nut jienoit ('eu r yiJii Iroui tiui i-ui.fiSai.ia xuthuut wen- vain. Wlul more 4" i am afraid tu lell xou, g.-od lather." Tho priest taid sunieihini: m hrr, lest the prijuy ppn.tent s.lll hesitnti'd In r bwi-i lacv xxi-h her uxo if haxe :iie leari ilia', madti tiiL-ir xxay between her pretty n. Come said the gto! must not Ij.'. I inlermgaU' you. Whit u it ilut ircnili'es ll.u'e 3 on done tu injure or nfTi-nd xour father." 44 Have you been rending in some bool T' "I've not Ixu-n reading at all fjllier." 41 Did you play or laugl: hJV rbuuday, d jing service T1 A great deal father." Tlif gihid priest seriously to be aliirmed yet he did nut know how !o frame ins si a? lo avuid w hii-h, if ihoii'd prove wroni; in Jiis xvould lender the mure mischiuviuus than the disrate. At 1-i-t. th'e yminz beauty, as if hy :i d Ti. relieved him-jf Iiis pr, said she. xyitli a tremhling an.l fialf ed xxtli toll yn) ill. :f ln-aren -.ill me hlriMglh tu I'mt :it cot-d lu u was the ti.uc sii.d I'.n Fur-.1 iaht ihat sj mill h hsr-'u would eisai- o''it. it nut my fault it his. And lie 1. 1, a'td lii'ger m deuiiui al ut tt.ts. in g3zng at the deiiy it '1 hi-n- ar HIV r.ainn U uv are a'luiit plici- or patty suddenly: I'ut xiheu wo iuio th" cliS'r.j jet few l.n.-uw fruta IMMICC thu is duf fed iliat i ur fiiei.d Iri't i'ld. id i-j hij.h'ii l.iivrtl. A inuro I'M.H tu fuiover. Ins mad'- hi-, fi lal i-Ml lir-an uso. Ion Celldlif-d. And bi li'j.lt Hi luxi in" uurrevt-r I went think, nlxui'. no'xdy but me In- US( d In fui- if-d earn ani! nlxui'. no'xdy but me inu-. ihen "i O'ilMilii'J (allipTTol't' aj'v-r I hul in rest. 1 would xou itnlieve U'; I fuiiinl him i" my r.lpin'.ef HIP holy uiher uri'sw-d sluiid I uerer coiiiiJ tell l-mv he fur I shut ihe (lour afier and faMeiu-d ii ean.'liillv, I est-J.iiintd the cunfcScor, in sn ap.x'nuis tone. xvhat more.1 fin hr-r! ihfivrrirst isloronie. That night ir, pnnicular ;t xx.is Thursday, father he looked   Ims niUxd altiust cxi-ryono u has spared, of Miine on xx hum his- ryr rt-s irdAvhii pleaMirn, whusittened lur him as prri'icit ul hleV ai.d inio wl.use ntisoni he puiired luiinwi heari't} ri.-h fet'lingf, L-unliiii neu "aiiSnloxr. ,'i ht-y have ihti fade thu flesh waste Ihr iniifruiL-s relax >and the rxc tjruw or beam xsith ill it uniiuiiuil light wliK.li ij s.niiiitiiiit'C him of etfe, anii only tells of its '1'hi'j have xvatchid in grief and ti-srs ol fever i he slow sinking away life ihe h.itiri of aguny ihe days uf quiet and aj'jiareni convaliseciitt' ihe. hupehss rt Li; end tho final of death. They have paced the room xvhrie the p body lay throitded fur tho aliiimi seemed visibly ra-itiug a hhnduw upon every wall :md u'.'jccl, and ml ihi! n- g.d fu.-in. ihp'marlihi aspect. urisf-cak- ing Thiiy h.ivc fell, IINI, that op- pression and xxhich over ev- ery one upon an xxlictis the grim lyr.snt tenns to xxalching and gl'-itmg over hit viciiiii, and the riot is aU. tu he Wen. All this has lacerated and crushed ihfir hut, ihti' bitterest pang ot all caiiir; xviih thu look into die graxe. xxhcn the ciillii. had been loxvried, the luxed object full- signed in its lung, dreamless and the busy uf the Bi-xiun throwing back the earth upon it. and hiding.il iorevrr. sickness, xxo the object before IM, xxasird nnd sadly changed il may he, !'iit ca- pahlu uf communing ilh us, ul appreciating our uf returning our love, dnd uf throwing a few rays of sunlight over the cloud of uur wirnnv faint, indeed, yet Still gihrits gath- ering gloom. There is still the old smilfl running noxv ami thon orer tlm and lighi'mi! them up xviih   into hi-, fl -.'iic-g r'j. or une got I nnd in Go.rjia.iii nrArx U in moutiis .'if :ud grave a-nj the simrt, j' in; r 11 tidtiiit jijiiii.anlv which 'rjuth- ..i ,7 for. 'seT, Jrt '.ftiraji-.r such'a ijiandarii 'js'nrelj a er t.cii niiatcri'ii.- U.t.ijr.itrii of the in s1 lu gi Ha viiig wid iuur task assigned 'J it's digVity 7' WJ1 M T tjlLitfi jrir-rs.nl. siK1 rtn tlit! u.i.rp. l.li gluumy. The p'nini.s uf though tlti- xxi'l and heavy xxuli ii-zri, and Ij hear heart :.huxe grave inlu xxliitlii'. lu.ks. and xvln-rc iN iild lies. Wh! liu4 Ia--l jntn the ol l.mdred. nr o'lerishid uf xvould indeed, In endiira hie, did n it revei of a rr-urrec.iiin. a-id xxhisper to our h'-arts ths sxveel prumisA if itiriii.r.alny. hi'lp tho man xxhu. at an htii.r. has faith in that pruini-e. sud ixh.cii xx !iU .1 is ll.eiirel Till iio'hii.gl.u! s-'irmlo av.r.y from grave. ulir'r.ng tin c i'.s ila'inn to uf h- r li.ir- ri'ii i-reed, and nuihiiig hut can ihroxv any lijhi thu burial hour, place ol thu drad. gi'tr.'i-inan. alsu Inns, hu party s-allrd him int.i n cunvervitioii ujxni the all- t In tlie 1 tutiS, painit-j itusu Mr. Is-.iii. called hhn suns of i.ird tunics, run every tmssiire i'f his sdminijiMtion, the Fraxi.n IN pir's of ihe tvuniry, are IIIUIP or less i.u'lhi! and in sune J ans in I.-.tjie1 I cuuntul thiriy, and many mure in a I.eld a. in hoe- ing turnip? and In .11 of Imr- x'tStt, niiuibi'rt: of Iri'ti over lo 3-M-.1 ihe Lii'jr; snd ihi-i pnt-enls the only xxhich they in 3ear. i-crn- ing a Intlu money tu pay rent ul iheir cibina and (Mtulu patches. Nothing csn rarri'd the des- tiiutiui' and eqmlidnpss in xxhich they areseet.; -lart.vd, dirty beyond all wild the taiiera hanging about them like a fexx vc- uiainitig iijion a pluckcii I f.und in one ea.-e on tvxu al- th.iugh under txvo iiiiyht lie '.-oiisidi-red a ihaii fuiir hnndrt'd l.tlmrvrs piiiplovL'd ihf! harvest; :i jiurtion of xxumt'ii, nol t'M-juxivply Irish. The avenge in llii- one (or txxi'iiix, f. ur ct'iij-) per day nnd their I'.ud, xx Inch XMI? e-iimiiid at a-juiit ihiy. Thf ir living rutiMsied of irit iifal (hirridut' nnd a (j..amity nf milk "r huittTinilk, 1   purcliav uf bh'iri, tii.ik every Si them a nil Mr. l.'i-iiotaiia a? a 1i ailing f-auireol I'fir originut.c iht b'.tiernejj. I. the xxliile li'.llo. Thero xvss im siu-h tiling Mjieiiinjraxxay fr'ini very partieii- l.ir Iriemi. and ho did nut tiactly liberty to e.uil-at hi1? argumriils. 'I hey, rmaHv arriv d in front  and lelics xverp formed a partuf one uf the main entrenchments at tlm time ihe bailie, and that up ivhere MI, .or, were afier the conflict.. of hn woi'.ine i, :n d over '.lius-? who n fjr ihiir bread, could notsive him c.mld nr. orix th Collar. xvill Im o. rjpied a de.nui-rai distrii-t. a seeu.i 1812. His vat in hy Tlnnius s jjifcially to s-id m re- Jucing the urni'i'l' 18 J2 to tho revenue Uankud tu miLe ill- luirdfif of the g.iveniiiient fill ijiully all f our Tnr. THISTLE rite fiil'iixxiraiR said origiij.of itaiionil badge of :-Al thV- pe- rs.id w-hen'l'.ie. Dane." inxadfd rouniry il xvas Ir.dinu r.iru gives tliii tallu'v more foliiiity, and n white color. If you feed milch cows you can wnn tliPiti in thp and unions n'-o xvill civft tlir milk tl.eir prculisr Si-i fu that iHh. al-o have a fi.ihy lar.tf. P.irltidgrs arc CDaiLtimrs rendered by f aiiriif poifin hi rrips. There iia va- v.irii ly uf duck, killed in lim xvr.ti of !hp {.rake Day and xirit.ily. cnlled Canva-jbaek nol runv.dered in accurdanop xvitli huu uraiili) xxarlare to attack nn rneiiiy under c-iver of ihft almost invarialily fujght It "fun hyrtatlrghl. On ucc-.i-i m, hnxvever. ir.- vader> delermieed lu ax-.iii the dark- ne-vi, and in onii-r t.i ihnr in inure likely !o b'ureed. they nir.rchtd IJy this priraulion had pa-i'seil tin: irrutu-ih hr.pg i f t duck. xery fiinnnii f'.r tho flivur uf their is caused hy :ho Lind ihey in ihnsi' 'J'his foed is So Lu thu wild celery. A Vankre. in a recent liufTaln reri'inmends turn ol uul of ilip c.imrnun do- mpslic duck, hy feeding tliPiu '.viih irnrdeu wiiilc fattoning. There is no sort of Sunlit that if this sprcics of fluid he given ihrm fm snmn befurc ihey are killrd.tli-y xxil! have tho flavor of it in their anil perhaps be eq'ial tu or belter than the fimnus above to. It an experirnenl very Iripil. and one ulurh ill no duubl be loth surci s'fnl and profitable. XVIir re were you all :hu afternoon enquir- ed 44 No answered ihn hoy echoed the master, a very xviso Imik. and casting Iiis eyes around I nxim lo see? if "the hoys noted Mm, hit cttMoin al- xvays xvhen about to utter any impressive rpitrirks. 44 That no where must be a gf.il place, fur a g.iod many go therp. I find. Uut how tame you in go lift re, Patrick 7" replied Ihe little "I had no to go, atid so I went laugh frumjirie whole, i-chool fullowtd, in which the master heart tly joined. KjikkerLockcr. flip mean" they had to ensure their saliity pruvd the uful.iilme des'rin-tion. Om- of Danes, p'acmg ntt defended cpidrrinh'if a r'.ijerb prickly thibih'.ciitild r.ot suildcn cvc'amatioti pain, tliprel-y their to the S-yla, xxhinnstnnily Mirr.g tin ir arms, defeated ihe x-Ml; :n.d inimedtaliily after the battle adopted the ihistla ay ihu insignia of Scotland. roit i 1: ix nni lung Bincf> iu iliekriishrlT) that a man from Harbir skilled here, ai'd xxell known to nil uf One mur- IIP led his lu the Nile lo xxater.and fas- leded hy v. l.tch he hp.d it round arm, and x.hi'.e the animal xxas quenching knell d'lun lu prayer. At thr v. ht-n he xvas lying with lusfacp urmr. the g round crow clile the unhappy nun and axvept'htm inic thu water xxith his tail, and swallowed him. The terrified horstrcxerird all I. ID STengih to run away.' and as the which xvasi ,-ttluehed t.> the masicr in tlipRtomach of the Sane have knuxvn" xiaiictft in which .this distri'ssiunr :ii iis-wtiKt singes, has been imiiipdiatfly a lump of Biii-ar, and allow-it tu dissolve in tho mouth every Tne third or fourih'generallj eiialih-s patient wiih .ease.-, ijo'says an Piehango rnptr. LoiFEa'i ACCOITST op TUB is is is in U none on Inr.d-dickies is la xvhero -storks is is cold is s is'np-atid cash is down." No sah suf any consequence, in conse'quentai of there lining rone u.i hand.' 14 Slick n" hills ag.thpjqafer saiil'ito "tho (OJJ, but 'twill 'do considering-; m be: Tlirrn IB a young lady in Boston somodesUsha xvill mil cms? a bridge that has tpl bun idra of is enough. XVhat dance is an Irish, XX'hy tho mver.tnr cf mud scoxya a man 1 Hrcause he took in the XX'hy du apothecaries prnmote rauce7 they Sell lea lo chil- drcn. IJuro fir a, -SHADE :i filluwinjr ihi! rounds of ihe ,XVh3jj newspapers >s horn _ ..ft.- of the 4t benign rusulia of the protcciivc tsr- nii. unt rise i. is s-atcd .than jio money dejvwitpn ny tho" fcrnalo' ;J ?1> lives in the LoxxcII lSaxvings Uankjsiqiia) tti'SiSCO liu factory girl in tho place, -liomeu'l'. iheai'" i_______t t sa-'f.-l i200U tha interestjof.-which would yiild aliandsdinc support. ThftLoxxell Patriot cupi'-s it and. (u laetorv girl in would amount tncn- ajiitce xxmild'esceed-'tho by :-'--.v XX'f when" xvc n-aj'that crnnfc sic v' _ i. 4 ry nboui thasavings.deposhea'of tho factory girlsj that it loukj'tJ jKep, did nut snip, and IIP rould nnt.dUfngsge hirnifif from it, the affrishlpd animal not onl} pulled rn-cudifi- itself mi' nf rho'rivfr butdricupd it over ihe sand lu tlmdiKirufiisuunstaMp, xx here it killed hy the family, xvho hnrrird mthespit am: fuund tho dead nf victim tMitric in ilw belly of ihe monsier. Egypt undtr .'111. j THE rWiy-fivir ihe IJostun rder) aie nuxt" pfrarhing ,a. niui.g their rotmtry men gospel that Jsnvujur, whom, ssa nation, they have.' for hun- dred yrsrs. rrjrctcd. V. I preach without an T vU. f Shcks jiea Oickeni wrote IFetltr; SPAPFRf 'SPAPERJ   

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