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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - October 18, 1845, Cumberland, Maryland                                VOL. VII. DOLLARS per annum, if paid in 'or within the first tux mouths of the thai time and within the year. J xvo DoLLAtS FlVE when paTtaent 'U delayed until after the expiration of payment ._-----, the year. Two DOLLXHS ASD l-irrir CLXTS will exacted. ADVERTISEMENTS, not exceeding one si-uare, m- 3 times for One Dollar, and 23 cents for urery additional ones in the same "proportion. CCf-AH advertisements not or- derud for a specific time, will be continued until forbid, Ann CHACCCD ACCCUDIMJI.Y. AGENTS FOR THE ALLEGANIAN. M. Esq.. Glades No. 1, Allegany IL FAtaiLL. Kaj., Selbys-l'ort, PETER YEIST, Little Crossings, H. MiLLKit. Esq., Wcstcrnport JOHN J. KELLER, M.. Frostburg, J. Txvtr.0. Esq.. Old-Town, Da. J. BERIIV, Flintstone, J HEEL, Esq., Fifteen MileCreek, JON A. UHISEIURT. Esq., Glades No. Mt. Six-age. CO 10. 4 i ,1 1 POETRY. tier fruits BY COOK. Winter U coining! whucjres? Not the wealthy and proud, 1 Uou Let it they cry, hat matte to us How chilly the bias: may ?l} We'll ami carousp in our lordly halU, goblet of w ine we'll drain, We'll mock at the Hind with ohuuts of mirth, And music's echoing Litt'ncar.- we fur the Viiini; WhiU- the lire forth its Hay.-; And uh.il in us 's :lu; druiry night, While ue dance in the rayc'.1" Tis th'us'thu rich of the land will talk Hut think! oh, ye great. That ihe harrowing slum, laugh at uiiliiu Falls bleak on the poor at y in- gntr haVti bliwJ in the.r veins, a} thine. naujjht to quicken Us flow They liave liin'n that feel UV xxhis'linjj gilft, Ard frhriuk frora tl.r driving sn-ixv. _ 4. Winter rcaiing oli think On the naked and old Deal uith them kindix, as 111211 xxiih man, And fcpart them a tithe of your guld From the Jiiiuipn'.ii Hei aid. HOW THE WHIGS. .MANAGF. TO C A Kill itere held up to the xvorld AS" A NARROW KAClV'tt'HO WOCLO LET THE rUUI'LE LK MADE the Slate be made prosperous, and r treasury to nxeriloxv xxith money by the cut tain its of the xx policy." Ct'ininittees of the !a- "islature repeated the fame language ed  'a- lure. If oar honest cnJ c-jple iisd not been day afa-r day ni.il year y, -r. .1 b'l'.il themselxfi and ti.e b! .te x-.ould Im J.M.1C1I- by the "internal imj.roxenun: julk-y." they xxnuiJ ni'Xtr elu-tt.i to xc.i' anprupriaiioi.s, ntr uut fnn- xx ho liad hagauity e-ioujh'tu fjitset1 nnu f. te'.ell the u-> Uut tno-e xxh'4 wtallii and xveru mudc in iMi and ri'peatid lur many years., that tin pie at 1 >jt iLf.t-1, pixe as-sint rivLoinmeudcd.aiid they are now reapiiig the xerv lever-ii- uf those promised am! UN- surtd Jo the n-jver failing result of all nifi sun-0. that may be desianou, i'ir- nei! iiii'M-fi'.'ct. by that jcrty. h by a iimilar the xxhigfc fjsifiird 'iithei tipnn tlie nmniry mea tt-pri'MMittd. in a m inner, to jitnluc- tivo of the ni'Nl benrliei-il riMilts. but ceMain n "mar TUISO TOR ton MIS. J 1 5 CUMBERLAND; .MARYLAND, SATURDAY, OCTOBER tlie their effects to haxe an ultimate lainuit'- lendi-ncy ai" nut lo at the meie of uiem K'r- of nr oi me legislature, iu ul ii for evil but tlotx imd iiulm-cd tl i .11 u> We often U by wine re- Stir involving tlie Male, of Marxism! -i> Tnucli io tlfbt. that in my "f llic deiimcrnis are just as ibttmsi-lvi's, lur c'mi'itii.ii ii uhich the bUitH has plucitl. how they make this appear, they u> tn .names of ffcrtiin detnocrau, who f-it tliN.'nuJ that to sutue pub'ic nork: atsd then flitter that such a riTere'.ce ficUmt to make jwrlieejo ttti them, in creating tho btate de'.it. Hut wo iniibt prote-t an-ains any such nipedieiiis ih- ir jurt, t-i ev.nle the full ol ha-.inL: uudu-o us in difficulties. We tjotiick and see iting arguments tliey peculiar rircumstalices were bronchi to I tailu it inipirisVjIe fur certairr ileiiijrr.il> to (Ij uilisrwito than vole, fur the appriipnatimi'i, ti) our Ittical i'i fancied bo often rtilr _ ?Tjt were oarsMvps with file of a Diltiomre wliig piper of and on nlniDst every u e siw ne lung edit- dial.or c-iutmuniralion.huldinjj up tn tho people the impcnance of Iwrrow inij ninuey for investment iu rail road and canal companies, and the ar tainty ofcuricliins the Slalc and the b) the adoption of that policy. In the same ar'.icfos, tin most impassioned appeals were addressed to the to sustain the then existing Adams, and Clay adminis-irotinn, as the nr.Lnni.i: or lode- feat tho eleclinn of Gen Jack-on, who wcs reprc- a? an tinyieldinjj opponent of that Tlia neop'lo were invoked w regard every tnanasan IDIOT, OR A Mt-DMAS, and a ucixofs TRAITOR to their best intercuts, who darodeven to hctitutc in believing, thai tiic rail roads and canals. then talked of, would givo the dant ret'epue, and mal.e the people of Maryland "tho richest ar.d happiest people on the earth." So eitiinViyely did the whig press, the whijj or- ators, the wliifj women, anr, Iho xvhijj boys of that spread ihc joyful news ofthfs im- p'OToment contrivance" TO nvnitv nom 'ntCII. A.N1) RE.N'IlUll THE STATK MARVLAM) A and so rompletely did their ingenioiib srjjunientsand CAPTIVK THE PEOPLE, that it became absolutely dangerous. in many placi s, for a democrat to dis went from those whiij sentiments." There w an "iNTCR-tAt. iMpnovEMENT MXMx" raging from one end of tho Stalo In the xvhig press and xvhig having infected pvery _body more or {ess xvith it and thus tendered lhe utterly incapable of correctly deciding upon merits of the question. So generally did this MASU" DISEASE TIIE runt.ic that dem- ".ocrattr. candinales dared not attempt m stem the .torrent thai tho xvhir.8 had net agamsl them;  n -l xx i-c ir sj irits f'h- ileail Imgi r '.heir graces, "i. tiiey inet't thiMi'hcre if w h may indec 1 them saddir, but it xx .11 betier men, tn occa- sion-ill v liic churchxaiJ; at.tl the lieait that has grown Inrdfii-'il by longh contapt xvith the xxorld. h: d there is ofd rV.arnin T ID e (Sr.ipped into tl.e oilier thy, and a iff our miising'i xvc will tl'-e, reader. On mi" side hK> a xvilloxv, trailing its LrandifS around the {'.raves of Ixvo p-rsiribja man r.n.! wife hlmtting from them the which It'll upon it, an 1 gliamcd on in weeping boughs. r.nd tl ick git 'By leaves. On Fcanninjj lh'' lablctd xvl.ioh had been icarcd to perpotuatp tlieir'ir.cmory, and give them a life in the knovrl- edgnoCsucceedmggenrrarimisby tho very record uf their death, it appeared lhat a century ghJr.l by since they xxert: laid there, and ilust to diisi" Lad been said over them. The man's age xvhal eicrcded four-score, and the xx-otmn's was a foxv j ears younger. Wo know nothing of their history, yet, supposing :hat their lot had been thp comniim nne, hole b'.nad picttirp of ihrir life rose xuidly before us; heregloxving with intense light, there mcHtixvpd by a slight sh.ide into a ralmn and quiet beauty; here touched by the msvltups" that laugh in youth's morning and there itverhtins iiy Uie rl.iuds xvhich trather crnund laler life, it in saxv im i- ry children, xxiihout any thing '-are and snrroxx on their bright laughing joyously in their spurts; those innocent sports xvhich. tho w orld over, thioxv around childhood fcuch a ehnrm and frei-h- and thinking lhal the beautiful xvorld before lhe-2, and xvhich shoxxrd them fcuincthing nexv every hour, and gave birth at every turn to soinn lilis-, crdisappointmenl. saxv fhcin groxv up into xouUi. and, a  fr'ir.i 'Lntjr.i.j lo XM Ii al Pi-.nt, IMI lint iniir'itng llit- plot v.r? a-id NVa-higniou had t.) pt the liixiialiun. Hi: xxas prexfiitPtl fni.ii lining MI, in nr_eni ri  deny faf M. E% cburcb Soatl at tLuuisriile; cornijiend ttietr Southern brethren to oppose ijt.V. iym-wthisc mih t those e uLurch in. the bouth xvhotadheitt r '3. The oi the Church Sguib is a 'f (Poufcrcnco it to take and ptJisoiikabout him. xxvfo put into the lands u> Jjvcrnor Marcy.4llica at J- rftW. seemed 'iy (Ponfcicnco it lequw.rc1 to take, cluirgif of tut tnin'uttrj and'ycopie.xStiutii who here in'lhe Church. Thu and-ElUct; U x. it; i i idcliarigr paper isjs thai a il. and man ofhonur to tako the tage of making public ilia confidential c.mi nuiuca- lions of his political and therefore C.MII-'" aellrd their return to the place xvherc the} had been carelessly left. There were nearly two hun- dred of lliftjfl loiters, of them referring to rather curious niuvenienis on the part of the tri- umphant 7'tis t An he 'ninT> gixei ihe folioxx ins: as an ti.ta.ct ot a'luivi Iriim i1 xv York "A rumor hy- nrn-iied inc. a highlx ehai.nd. thai the territories of Calilur- ma are a'wut in f-tabh-ui an.indt iw'iiuYir public, m xxhidi they are to supported by' England and oilier n'i. Tins- information came a commercial channel, as a being unth ins ri-straint. and l.ti'ixiing the if nr.kHuxvn .ith gua y, lii f scarcely in the ground before a pumpkin Muck uu i and knocked him down, lletecovered .and ran for lib life, the vine chafing him all w den.- He succcedi-d in celling and has nut since been heard fro.iru O.N Enuc i, has drawn the from Punch The of a cjerk is c.f coarse, of impuilaner. and, Ihe following insuuctioiis to a irarent 'inli-i ding cjiild for lire desl-jhnuhHe _ i I _. Ill___B...J f? 1 to uur "uxernmuit, 1 lake the liberty n it. tn jo'u, that xon may njake such use of Has you may think propi-i." Wo lay it Iteforo our xxiihout xuachin." for ll e uuih of the statement: We are not ad vW d that'our government any inforitiation lo confirm or coutrsdtci M.XTUiMONlxr. xve dn mil toll.nx'in the'fooistepsof the French, and establish Mnalriuinnial agency stand :hat the agetipy 'is we "under nevertheless JOHN F.. NUKUIS, Vice 1're.s't. ,1'jtib Ii. Secretary. {Xj-The E htJT "f the Cincmnattj Chrnnidv, xvho reeei.lly returned nlntar'y two ihmi- s.-'iid inipartsto his mull r- in a iiuio- ht-r of his jmniJ suite, ialormatiuii the and their 'i King in tlie in. I'nu, xx iiinuiies i lnmlr.s of Irivell'.iig in the I 'Plied fetalLi and t glish "I relaltveadxaiita'iuaua He i uf rcr.mrUa, the following t-bu- uti il'iiK d at the table mxiiaiinn had j'elavetl ihe v.tit to J'oitit. c despatch tirunuhl lo '.he American 
                            

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