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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - November 8, 1845, Cumberland, Maryland                                tn I n-i -.1.1 '-W'7' BY W. M. M LUT mo T.it IOR MI.X. PER ANNUM.; VOL. ,yn. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1S45. annum, if paid in advanc- nr 'within ihe f'fsl "IX aOer lhat lime and within DOLI.UIS AN FIVE CE.iw-ani! myinent delayed until after the ..t the year1. Two DOLUAUS ASH Firrr Ccsp xxil bb not esreinlin-f in .3. times" for .One Dollar, and I'JHAHOD 'AND TIIK HULL. ,Thf fiil'oxxtnif afpoiiat nfMr. in first altruist tu iu l.ixxu uf New d a uti'lifii lictttCeiiieut in Jlif II.Ktnii (i xxhustt edltui is uutrertainly fur iiiikini> The nii-i. and llir Imu-e tilleil, but tin- uiiu'wiT put it till' tfirildy. 'I'lie li'-ll kept inllini; Mid lulling. :unl the up additional insertion ones in ibe ihuimlii it uexer xxi.uld dmo-. Thfy xa.xiifd same proportion. noi-or- ..larfd ah and kfpt mil at ilm ixiu derml f.ir a speottVtin.p. xvill be Mintinued unii: a> if they ij.i-ci.il lie xxoul.l pome cii.xucr.i) ACCOKUISC-I.V. .AGENTS FOU THE ALLRGANMAN. Tn xrEH, Glades No. 1, AlU'gari.V cu ]L PI.TKR II. MILI.KK. Jons. I KRM.F.U. P. M.. Freiburg, .1 I-H- Old-Town, On J. Ur.intv, ITmtstune. .J UEF.I.. Fifteen MileCrcek. IliusRHMii. EOT.. No. 10. P. HUM STKCK. Ml. PO.EXR Y. OF STKVM. 'ET'C. W. CUTTtR. me iluwn irun bands, fjw suie rf vuur curb ai.d rein Fur 1 -Ji-'iro pnvet of ymir j'tiny the teitipi'st llie cluiu. lay nuiceaU'd t'r.iin many a hour, Al the elcldi-b u-'-ts of Uiunan luijjht. And Ininizn pivxer. When I an army upon -die land. A navy up.jit the Creepini; a snail like band. Or waiting the AVhen I unrked pi-asaut family reel the luil be daily bure. Ai be feebly turned al tin1 lardy ubeel, Or at tbb xxivry I iBeacnreil tlie pir.linjj courser's sp'cd. Tbe uf the trarrier duw. llify imre tbe luW a kin" decrjcd, Or tbe. iine> of impatient luve; 3 ciiuld nut but him- ilie vxurld wuald feel. af.ir. sluHild be bound tu tlm rushing keel, Or rrmiiwd fu tht- tlyinu-car. t lib! Im! bal, tbey f.mnd last, Tbev iuvitfd me lurtli at jV'id 1 riihli'd tu my ihrune xxitb :i thunder blast. 1 'JiAnd i laughed in' my iron strength. i'Olt then jv ?axx- a On the ear'b and oceao xiide, XVbeie nuxv my fiery aiitiies range. jNur ua'u fur uiml or Jiile. Hurrah! liurrnh! tbe xvnters oter, Tlie dfdi'ie. Tiuif space luve yielded Ui my f uxver The uutlil! ibt; is mine! The Tivets tbe sun hath W'-et. Or u-bftc U'anu decline-, 'The of tbe queenly U'lfit, Or the orient 11 "xU divine. The itresi wbere'ei I sxvepp, To liear my strength' n-j.iice. And the mtitt's'ers uf the briny deep. my vmre, I carry ihu we-ilth.and the lurds Tho of tbe "oil-like mind wind Itirs afier my flying fuidi, The lihlnin i quire xx hi re is ilie r I' Hi ally. lYnrim. I I'nii'l km.xv. lie. ranie out my H just after me. but lui su that I nut -siubt i f liitii.' li'i vi iv he don't ciitne.' Veiy n-'Mio- Uihirah PeijinlMuii. nn eldeily if in. xxbu bfld the uiiiniiiii ul I'. mi Pry ibit Pjiirit of fiupiirx 'hf irr.md rliniarti ri-lic tin- n'jf in xx iin.l i.o tell u pinie- ular t-iox (riiliv iu llie fdlf of uniiiaiiod her K.OIT Ltixxun tin1 Diutoii ami uif! Diaenii. Squire, '.vly dun't the tumbler Then Mi-i. Martha llie iiin. the r- and Pi-tpabont in s foikqiiy. xxriuvilid into iheir ruinjianx and the question. Tlieu and anutker nnd annlber foilnxvrt! the exuuprt-; and iberi- quickly n knnlot pen f round ihe Dean-n 'bf Spiire at l-'Ui qiif.ti.ius xx Inch iif.hi.dy eunld Tlie xx ion xxas in a Kxvrv xx as a-UiiM wberethe xxas. :il fxirx oiif kiifxx that all the xxiiejust .is ujnornllt As biliiM-lt. Hill M tbf axxny at the bell.rope til! lulled tbe people out I ean'i. I Ichakjd. him lly this tiuipMiuif of the parly.and the Deacon il'iioni! Ihe ha-l H over llie- Hone :md inxxiids the in P. K'arnii! and deiinji tolie.ir 'be lalk in such an iinae- iieiu-e. H.it the del! and tin -ut n  hiii and xx in, and t aj Isiii Mint-1 erty r.iu f huh xx i IP :i linle Inn larked i him. DIVI r- itiher an tdirts Tie jjiealiti al.t-lfi'i'ht v llus-i' I Snakrruol nnd ho iiitnani "1 be '.-quire, heti pur-y .mil-hurl xxinih'd. n by ihe bull, nnd a butt in the xxhirh dis- him MI that becou'd not hildnxxn xxitbuiil :i d.iiih'e eu-hinii tor a f.irininlit. The bull. :.f.i i kin" him over, ran alter ibe and n in climli up into il.u tree _aml xx lib the The- Lit n't xxn- a more Me xx as a fhnti. f.il. thick -i-l.diick lejjoed fellow, mil happened In be dre-SHi! iu a pir ul stunl old f.islilfiud leather hreirhi-. Tl.ebull bavin" fl .ur- the C'ltne ill the Ixxinkliti" ufn beil upuii the Lieutenani, xxbu xxat> 111 u double quirk lime. Tho hull hit bun n lehind.iutfiidinn'iuserve hiui as be did f.X'ou fienuiu. -ihd thi- IJi-aeiui and tbe'Spiiie :ind uld tiiaiiU. :n d all it e rc-t of tbr rotijirejjallon on the lent, r Jioul-s uf iit.d buck UIMV vvbnt IIK ul our Inend lehub d.. Irl.iibi.l hid rl.icku! bis alii r Iiavii.L' ill. li'iu-e'au! Irid fallen kirtof a Fiiid hiiiiMilf either kite bi-l'ife he out lif.ir flu rivolvuJ to mike a -bort cut lifi'd xx here tin- r.nd mad- -in aniile. jumpon. a '.tone d diriv-lx I', r chinch. bad nut many pieio hrii he by -a uj'-ht 's.ixa'ji- ninl i u too IKIH mil   -.xould him. II i- xiilii t-boi's llrxx oil. lint the bull kept llelbn-vv hi- M riuoti In- uiiid him. Utn with m. tieiti-r the I. nil not iu be xxiib be llif xxiih tail and ocaticndit tu thr l.iiir uiinl.'-! I'm IJI.IM-! I'ai said Ifluibud. tin mil xXH" clo-e beliinii him :it be pieil an tri e cliHf nt :md 'ill bit- rVinuinini; he made a eap. and fi.riunale to mio il.i- l.t-f ni I lie uiouifiit the bii.l nt Here :m uuluokfd ll.r dctiteianre. Iml tin lurkily thehiiU uas nut easily rid of. Tb..' jiji.iiui. of bi-J pri-y. he ki pi nU'iil the tree wiili T-ncli a that li-halmd da red nut L'I fcei m'. !t teemed as if llie ina'ieioiisnni II.H! knexv thai he kep'.a be -tuck. 1. 1 the iip.il xxitb such p. 1'or iiiorl.il lion diil tin- unlucky luluhod petrlu-d uee if. of Hieelmreh. iiiin- ute seemed an in him. I If beard tin bfM lull. loll. toll, and each stroke seemtd I he fui.erjl Li.ell tu bis I le to liU fancy a rroivdi d ratphinjj iii the xxaiMbaud ol taki-n t 11 .he l.ieutenaniV i an itxtnnt uiui i.fl" upm the burn AXXJIV went tl.e bull al'.ei :be .fumiixps. xxitli the unf. riunitti- l.ieti'enant l.inulinit by llu- uaUihaiid. and faiily i.nt of ixi's uh leiror. Iii- in Hut air xxere op.h r..njlit tn ini i-iul by the up. butt. the Mone vxull. and tbe Lifiiten- uit e mpleiely ovi r in'o il.e nuul. The risl ol tbe. party "nt over the unl! xxiihutit my iKvipid ihe fury of the aiuunl; and noxv eoininenei t! a 'I hi- party ariiuil ilieinwlvi-s xxi'h :ind :t pin Iu d battle xx ilh llie bull, lor Ii-- delivrraui-e of Ir ha I id. 'lanu1-. -mil misti'iM nf exi-iy ih s'-rui'i' n. .xeie :cil up in bide ot iln- furii lea-t. .xlin -liimk hi- II .nri-lii il hi-tuil. .nd r.iu lu'liij: and belluxxin.; I ere nnd time, ihe, bullesi. d nnd i-liuiiiini; from the I ir il npple In e eliM'tini1 on the ti-siili'litfi. nnd :il tin- l.u'l inib-i'arby pf It'i'u him ..ill. -mill-l'oi fu ibf .'riiu.lii.lv I- f ilnn- (jonrt1 rs li'iir. and the bull s-ee.ui ii lik< ly io xx iu the' ay li-li.ili. tl tan 'u d hiu.Sflf alrendy reduced lo llu Iii- In trie but liirkily ni ibis iniimetii :i leinluie. in- if and thr I. nil -luwly in Leaded Pull ilu-ir ad rarnd tbf Moiif xxn'l by cscntiidc. firm :i s in a -holt liiiic.llic hull xxn- d'ivi n friiin the field xx illu ul the of a And the achiexnl IcK- .ilnii come ib.xx n fr  rninn "oiif Ibe af.etniHiii jinnr. and Jie fnimd 'bat xxaooii.n :i j utpit in en-e hist in xxu'uhrnnd riiii-JTJ'iiinii al his nun fuller. Alas! ''said tu biio-fir I hear a vnire you cannot bear hii-h bids IIH: ilm> ilfl.iy. I ibf you rintiui sm 'Which force me hi re tu May." lie saxv nut of ibochitrcb and sratie r biilo and thither, likv elu ep xx iilioni a shepherd, vvi ilursl n.ii Ifave tin- apple beciuiv) tbi re nut a lion but a bull in the Tl e nui.! relation at fairly ti- red uui. Tbe left tolling the bell, aiul it xxa< qiiile lime, lur he bad ii'-rtrly xvi.ru ibe ri.pf Tbe penple all xxvnl mil o! tbe riunvh. bav- .'one; ihehuli next rout ol liisminil. lie in-v ih-couiiinf: to nlli nipt n-.tlirr t.Tinoi'. nnii al the xprv of tiiMtcbii't! Iu i liuich Iu "iirplipe. be imsitrini s. to tbi-. Iu: heart; a boo Itoo-inir, and sees a of CASING PAK'TIHS pnption a porn s iHL'.afier'txxn biuihiii Inning n ihe ninrer. In the thai ihere xvou'd nu -Hrmoii. thai there ijr  as- here is an old saxinjjj that pvrry gpppra li'ii. 'nr.ixxs xxiiiki-r inn! tin :itis. I thai iiii-h fenerati.iii is xxrtiki r :nnl ilcin the me xx In h u-i i.id u. lloxxi'Xt r trui- hnvebfiii iu nni ut linns, xxi- puiieluile il I'aNe the of thiiins al liri'seni  Iluvv ufti n' du ue harp one ur two posts nn the but (or is inhabited by Indians of a war- It is a journey, bo distant land, thpy xvill be out of the teach of liarm roin white may enjoy their peculiar in qiiiei, until ihe devil b.'peds own din- cords and cnnfufiun M k. V, f .r......---------------or LRJJDISO Vl.send to you, hp'rexvitih, a I do not preiend Iu givermuch; 1 unly'leh'd U to When yuu return lo your cannot fail geiiinj; iniu'sotne .business (that will, jn enable yeu iu -pay all your "debts... In _lhat meet anuther man iu similar, ;n-ss, yuu xx iii by lending, ibis muney. tu lininirjiiiu.lo discharge ihe debiby a like he shall bu able, and thall meet xxiih opjxirtuiiiiy.', pas> riiruniiir many hands, bef ire it meets a knato iu its ..This is minetu du a yreal deal of giKHi.x'viih lillle- 1. atntiut rii-h'enoiii.'li to alliird ninchjn tu be and make ofia liitle." 'v f'-.- t of this ancient oxv its to ihit jpta.uf For rmrly kevcnii-eiipfnluriw it1 slumbered 'un- r known io tluVxMirid beneath iis'cuvprsrig'ofla'fa s and -ashes. uvprxxheltnpil of Mi. Vesuvius iullhe xxere made last ms renuuns'of the xx hen niiiiienms the city xx ere bningljtVi "Uecent excaja- lions have iu vie.w mrny Tnleresling of art in a tolerable slate of Ihe ul a natiuii since passed A the Buffalo National Pilot "The cuin'nirih 4dnck of, thb if fed (xxhile un the" lop uf the celery that must ca'll furtli tinqualiried ttuii fruu: i-rery epicure. It is the that pwiliarity ihe cumtnom cejery tup vvill add a.' charin' to ibe 'liiick uf ihe caiot i tnnceived, iVuit canuut one ii 'c ill. fmni titib'scrilitii" tun j j-ap-r ur (ifiiiidicat. by Myiiijf itiey'lmtn nu tiihw In tliusfxrusH liiiu- it xxpconclinle be has fmml-ltme' CIHI- pine Int.Marry of the est. xxtilun suitable in 1 ft.r either-mloiriMs A-xxstg otn-rsihe Wluxx- his .Mun'try.'iir himlfli -ToUir a fre n in i he nur. tug as n Hfiiemh tliisquiJi lipsllpnry Clay, Imm put iu bed one day. HP diixvn by mai.y a cuuuipr pnin. You're xxell luck'd lo scotT, Yoiicinii.it kYk the lo ruiNRsE Pito'vclics. W! ever lorriixxs buiM. liinIiU to M il. I .me is all xxiihoiit one one. iii-x i r la h MI loud ur as xxben we WMi'd htdf our jjrii-f. 'I l-e HUH xxny of fiiricliinir iiurselvt-s is by cut- i fl'onr '1 her- :ire no faolis truly f.ttal hut lliuse xxhich xxe iifith'-r aekninx'pdije i.r repair.' It is r in Iill niii I nuiH ilinn our is .1 xxbo has made hU furliitiel a p'ir is piiibana-M d bx lii r-i i.f my arm. fur I should fl y'ui directly.'____ ____ ___ ___ Jff jiroviil.d in ihe (or the ri-fie-luupniuf ilo; of Con This undir the tieadof rstatinu.irt. The Nilioii.i' tell- member xxhiididnu: like the reurirked lb.it he shuii'i! be very irlnd il ibe ofik'eri of tbn Inui.': xvoiild prox iih- a httte xxhi-M-y for tloi'-i' xx hu ji.'anJ charge it of f ul. S.IIIIP foreigner makes ihe I'nHoxviis ful 'An Amerrpau t-piis fr.uu his cradle In his jirave; at the, hoard of his at the fret of the. nrtjii i.f his pre-i. df ni; nt thn allar of he vilivaii-s fnr. ihrew frpora years anil if n and xxhpn the of his pilate can serrptr no hinder, Im f..rih his spirit, and lo his fathers, to spit no _______ Tlie Kim Tree is full "roxvn in ISO yeats. but lives fruui lo GOO xea'rs. The Oak is lull yrnxvii inSOOyeafp. Tbe ash in 100. Oak ffi-t 10 ineh-s iht- F. m S feet ,1 inchis; llu- llfi-ph 1 fmt inrln-a; the Poplar 0 feet, ind iheWilUx 0 feel 2 mch'i-s. the celi-braii d pbysirinn. xxhen on his ih-nib bid. f-ll hi-> oxxn pi.Ke. ihnt he VX.TS on a :.t one uf his and said, that "the pilii'tit a deud mnn he has bef u h.und- id nnd i.iioht tu havi: bern pinged." lie expired iininrdialelv. A man xxho xx.ii'in tbe habit of talking l-ilitm leli'L' by l.is xxile xxhy he did iu. if- plin! that he likid" tii cutixt xxith a man uf ____ ____ ___ herp. Native in LanraMer riiy. Ohio, xxho is so sir..i oly d ngaii.bt forfigiieri tl.al bo xxoiii ml an ,'ijiU j-oMtiie. _ Hirmer bis into a' let by some cherry had tip friuii the eompqueiipe xvas.'thai ih'e shfpp pnriiMikuf leaves of these ant! xxere S.KIII about lot nnd turn idioir npnn their heniU. xvhen tl eir stoma'ch'i' xx ere found to contain nf these whifh. nil k'uoxv. abound f.i'al.al k- lunnand nniuuls. It should be kii.nvn.liHi. that the nnd txvjjs as xvell ns leavps'of this jxiicb, also omtain and arp A PXINFCI. Vi.TKnrj'xTivn -r-Iii xvlif-re denieil to In- relies, n Thf re is uur.uf four xx e must allnxv.Ui those xx ho may happtMi to die in We miiM either eat them, ur pirkle, send iheni'out of ibe u_r ihroxv them into the fifhN; i.r bury idem under r'miind. "The ('.inner of conr-if. io ?fiid iliein out i.f the country xxuiild IIMVP; iniu the fielil xxiuild pau-e a pe-tilenep I tbfre- litre as the easiest nnd wav nl ilis posing of ilipin, albnv them a biuial place." A slump urainr in Ibe xvcst lately used the ful- luuiniV t If I'm ebpteil in I xxill rpprpsent mj ponsiiiui'ins ns ihp (.en the farlh.or the coutinsts xvilb day. I xxill liu- siKiiety. clean sM jw ptrN. and srrexv it to I xx'ill iitirffl nil all pnrrupiioii. nnd   C-IIN-IM- ns that, and in similar mires, hul IIP ilimiiihi in a much bfl'-r It xvas tlif.t pious Siililifr. im- cpjril. nn Ob! if in tbe.huiir uf battle I I lire, do not tli-ui Kvils in ihp jiurnpy uf livp. are lit-" the hills xvhich nlarm tr.iveller> upon tbe ruad; they nt a distance, but xvlirn xve approaph ILtvoVof .ftefduni 'and foreign travel, bin. still y nu. cm rrfine un 'poultry i.x SOMKRSET' The Anne Herald an inqiiest jwis held rp-idence near rjuMlnJ" Somerset nil ihpolsi ult. The jury .x'xeicjn alle'n- bui a sliort litup.xx hen' thpy feiurnpd llie i? .1? ______ J tn'f and ludjjed in the cutiniy jail to await; trial. oftcr, froxrned when" e printed for except tu and if i jxvant them iu read, xvhy don't :hey PAT fiir reinnnerile llie primer? A'lnan'inichi, Kimejirupriety, jru In a Uaker say lo him Mr. xxun't you "lend me a loaf of btead? T t only ant to "1 A curresp-indenliif lite-New X which" is so common sweatv thw thrujil, relax capillaries, oruans uf speech, 4o as iu pru'duce a xxearlu ns xxliBii-in exercise, lead lo' frequently taking in-lite parts, and circulation. nn error vilitiuiigh' rror, I should regret nut'to' believe it. lac- kuoxvludire llu: I aiiijiut M> humble aa the ntheisK. k-ihey'ihiiik, bui fur nut ihe of my iminurlali'j. :vf jhat of the happiness of a I am llie belief that t am imn.orial as Indeppiidently "IXW'KB a verv strong hope of my eternal Id, t.-hijsh I would not renounce. r PO'ETRV AND PLXIS r y Fljin, huxv nature luuksin her buscio! -I IIP trees are filled xvith blossoms, the'xvouds nipfii the pliain is carpeted xxith grass ami fltxvers. J _ t'hatlps, 1 These tl ixxers are dandelions; xvhen they -.re f red nr.d ,iut int.i a pol, xvith a piece, uf guod fut pork, they make ihe very besl greens in tbe world.'. CIIEXP mpinonal to cnngresi, nrayiuii the "adopiion ul n srstem of nnifurm and cheap noslaue. the basis of llie syslem a fixed; 1 i. i' .lohn-nii ou having oinmiiHl-all improper xvords in hi> said' lexicographer, Ji'ii have breii bunting fur them already, my pretty dears, have 5011.' u> huuses in Albany i i .ly in apples fur ship-. int-nt lothe Nexv Vurk. Philadelphia "anil other m pay arkcis. xv be re ihey cunmaul n pi ice sufficient lyavery handsosne profit. drird pumpkin in vineija: hours si Irait. Theunuilii modfrau-ly. in a mixture tf rnoUwcs anil xxatcr lo a proper consistency.' j Once.m.iie Ih'e friendt LWSPAPLRl   

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