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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - November 29, 1845, Cumberland, Maryland                                BY W. M. B. MCLANAHAN. TIIIXO run TJII ton VOL. VII. CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1845. Ol.DOLLARS PER ANNUM Kit II co THE A UUEOAN I AN M. TIIATBR, Esq...Glades Nu. 1, Allegany 11. F.sq., Selbys-Port, PETEK YKXST. Evj. Little Crossings, II. MII.LKH. Westernjxirt Jons J KCI.LCII. P. M.. Frostburjj, J. Twine. Old-Town, Du. J. UKIIUV, Flintstone. J REEL. Esq., Fifteen Milt-Creek. .'osx.KiiiNKii.xiii. (JIades No. ID i'. HUMAN STECK, Mi. tax-age, per annum, if paid n 41 in advanc- or within after that UIIIH ami xiiUtin IIMI AND TWENTV FlVB antl jiayment U until BfifntiM the year. Two DOLLAIU Firrv xvill bfc exacted. Aui'CRTisKMC.'CTS.niit in- 3 times fur One Dollar. ?o fir t-vt- ry additiiin.il Ifmier if" stine Ctf-All nut i.r- tiered fur a itintinuid iititi! C onJ> DRY GOODS. BDOIS, SHOES- HATS- CAPS- E. 0. HAYES. 3ttlie old ilini of II. I) Me itnit i Ijmiiiny ll'rixlit's TIIK If.fled an airangemeni xxiihau ve Merchant Tailoring Ks- in I all more, by which means he U prt-pand to make io order Pauls, Arc. in and on the most nabV term's, llexxiil a', all times keep on hand, iir nrdf r at a short notice, Arc- Arc.. Hiviiiir engaged of JOHN M. CAIiLKTON rumr. i- enahi.d t-. turn oui rarl Citv I "all him a trial. Cumli.-rl.nid. Oci. 11. i.itli h-ie. in lii-ief In.-ill. r. U M. H. U L. uinl. i tin- firm y. U. S. V.'. BROTHER, UuiiT tin I M its. iij'pn'ilf th' frji.n-t. if. hf jn-t irtvive I tr. in r.il bo'-i.rm nt if LE.-tTHKJi, o! ill- whiih .if- jift f-l In nuik- MI t.i "till "t fit nl. in in" t fi-lii.ni- iM- tile M jiiiii-r nt tilt- M.ilii. 9? Ki-uil "Dry >t a choice jn-rtrtiui-nt iif Piv ie-. JI i'., I'-1! direct frnm ihr York t. .ml pur, red thr I! i-leni p.ic- hi.-h :.r.-, II'. r d I.- n" c r" i'.hir nr Uriail. on rqut Iy go.nl termi 34 they ct.it bo ubuii.e.l in liaitimo.'.. i: L-.I..U. b f (junlitv, f. 3 50 4 10 Utirk.InT.On-n. Orry i Olivi- Wrt.il UUrit Uiuxvr Cloth fir on Itiliin Curd. Cluth a brAUtiful a-licit-, Dou XVnTed dn. tiry Ifury. Sup. IlUck nnd C-t A H-4 fur snil pinN, Him1. Fancy and Ficnrnl Silinr'.N, r. ry Till Velvet, ll'k. Si iti Fi-arrd JJeiiin While. Vellnwaml Groi-n Fhniu-U. i-t. 7 G A 4-t I'lii'l f-if Henturky Jt-jnc and Negm Iv-T'i-y. cll-np. 30U Ltti-ot ntyle. from TJ up. Uh-nolu'-l 9 ttne "up. New Vurk MillK Hurling. Sup. an I itiMiitiful fc. I e.iuii'a! Hep Mo ii; driM up. beautiful Kup t.cond .M.iuui- ins. Plaid nnd 'up. Ul'c do: C iiicre I'c.in. (I k Muuilino tic Ltinf. U.k Its.1- iiari Lu'lring; Silk Fluri nrr.. V.'hitr G I.see, Cambric, A: J A: do. 10-1 III iiiV-i 3Hk mi'l Co I.mW Fancy Ci'U do Ktlk HdUfc.. Lices, KiJ Clovw, up Mi'tiii'i di> Full htyle H-innet Rihlxinii. Man'un'o. fi-  nil .11 lii .111, l.i nrr t n'i I n   Ii ('hit Si) rime i ax-d Cliffse 1U LSI.. Wat.r, Uuit r, Cj.ACKEKS n.nl >o i .70 I Iliii-in Snap Ui! K .Mould 10 Ixur s Ppcrin do. K Aduiiiiiiii.i'- it.i.; "j Kai-illi. I I'm 10 i dl 1 I'lirrinls iKz. I'lm Hio. Walnut Mil-broom CaUup thin- lump TOUACCO 15 6'- tl.i. (I'rice iV brand) 5 >pun .nut IG'ii 1 fi.ir (J. 1J. Alien) 30000 H.df. panub TiOOO I'.iiic.'pe d.i. 1 1 ;i. LII I iO li.ixi-1. Pipiti (l.irje fcizi1) 1 I j.i in d Oil r i1" r :i 1'jpe'r 3 0. 0 Coil :i Y.IIII SCO Hi-. V.'aniJIc '.Vjtk L. Q u o n s I pipe Hull M d Gin nil JCufhi Hi- ISiuudy, dui'c.  dv.-iii Peinimier I will i.ll'. r :ii jmh- lie vile, nn bu'.tirJ'iy. if December next, at ihe Tavern orJolm ytack. F.-q., in tiio Toxxn of Pale r.ii'mnn lenf Thou an emblem nf mail's mnrt.i'ity: Tin; broi.eii In art. mice nnt' fm- Withrre.l by jjrief I thee- hopes ;re fled, all have dumped and died axvay. life. and. lingering, loves to stay About deid Hut eVn nuxx- 1 hear ilia ga'heiing of the blast It c.iiins thy frail firm iretrbles it is Ami thiiu art Imx StTPor.T YOUJI Ohio ilu; oeiisiblc remarks upon Mibjeet. first dti'y of rvrry dernorrat. in every enmity, is in support tho local thai iisir.i nusare ampi'.', PO that tin- purpose liir xxhich it xva's shi! ndzc'icunuit itf dcmocrui- may he The local pa- are ihe real iiifitnlrij if s i k. upon v. hotn, in thu nt' attle. dex-olve the must duties. If they i hey Ix- no di.uiit of il'e he clierished. tlii're ut'.intnle add pprmanent thr A sailor xxhu hadjpirn around loitering to admiie ami identify M.HH-uf the nniiials had in f.ir uttraci.d by thf-Vtrange mule by a r. xxho ir. ril-ifed beyoti'l Jack, fotnexxhat kcrpi r to ii.iiire the of Mi'stngular a of which he re- d. more the nearer he ip the-ar iunl the keejii r replied that the. tigi'r iiulii-aliii I'i'her that he il or nnni.yeill the saili.r ivet fur the i'eu.tn'1 tif er.'sjasjng at the xxiili _ tail again-l :ii.d giving tiMrraiire to the iin.st frightful tho tiger tu be the -aim- animi! hrmiglit tu under llif xi'ec'al iare of xxiaih. r lealen tar. It noxvhe- came JackV iiifii ii> delighted a i XCKXIM.I: Hi rentrda in a few xxerks :.nd >hnrih after she moved HIM i! hoin-y hce> cruxxf- ini; Hie IT iir. At e li.uiid ih :i ih-v duxxn the chiimiey. A.'ti'r maiSe a a himimiiii; vtrn hinrd in the tl u- h ran parallel xvilh the oru from In rim in, lite p'ace of xxhieh i  In ihi-ir tiller ment. found the fl.ie li'lnl nith honey to vtitliin a lew of the top of the chimney. From the -ound of the helnxv. ihu honey must pjiend tn ihe depth ol txxpnty feet. Whenexer the fain. Uh tu etij'iy a haxe only lo semi npTtrnhe a luliaccir smoke in ihe tlexv, xxhich drives the bee? heloxv, and xxiih a huiltt cut off a  town bt i u ijieaily ineifcated hy recent fiflho laiiiiMiu toil, and the (Apieted cxlenMon ufiheca- nal to theMine xvell aa by the commence- imnt ul xxoiks at the iton and mil mints in tho vicmiiy. '1 he imj ihus oiven to ii may iiffrniii the fjct that the populatinn of the loxxn is imix 7LGD. it having been double'l xxithiii Itib btt IS mi inl.s. It is already the. fecund ti.xxn in of in the iiiaie, and it is mani-" listly div.n.tii u a rapid increase. A great num--- .her oLhuViantial.brick buildings have been erecttd xxiihin the last ixxo }ears. and that period nut less than five of pavement haxebetnlald in the streets of the toxvn. There is a handsome Court lloti-e, many liandFutne private auJ sion s. and soieral coimnodiuiis Atone of [JtsinumVJ.xxe luuiid xery excel-. k lint as (Ud a irau'llt is. mi a viiiit io ;his tr t ihrouiih il to the At H uVloek. on ihn folloixjuir morninif. we if -mm d our in tl.n rail ruail cars, and retraci u ;he course uf our j u.iit-y iu DJIII Nil. G, xvheriMVK xverc in "a lit', Jo mure 'liau two hnurs. We io (iMT li mr back to CumbeiJatnl, iii'the of ;hi tin i ijiial chance xvith 'ither nwn in ijeitinji in llie xxorld. Ivlitors have a hsrd liitteof it.even, uhen xxell supported; let not their I'fil.-ienpy. laho'ers in the vineyard, be hy churlishly xvithlmldinii from them a jint to expect. r !t will be f nnd. we J'elievp.'.hat in just the same rMpnrtionlihat their apers circulate. Wherever tr.anv are taken. r.ml their jirinriples have thereby i.p purtunilies of lirciir.iin-.' kn.iwn. 'there can look fur success, as all proves." ..I A ifnLMi prsmer hefiro the Police Court las: xvcek. in Philadelphia, save the Inlluu1- inierestinjr sl.i iclml birth nnd up." I xxss bom daddy to chaxv xrnrinkvond before I xvas born, ami my rnu th'-r made a practice of neti'mi; drunk on I xvas a little buy. nolioily alloxx me to ihrir children, fir they wil I made il en e-impleli'lv vd. When I xjcnt ti FeliiHil. I .li.il 1 dn In-Iieve I in the srhnol. At last I iro; xvife me in ihrie months. alxx-ays in fi.r ihi eil it for every Imj married. my There i lull bo sti.xx' to 'lor such a peace xvri it no dislioi.or TIIK Cliks.Xl'EAKiTAKO OHIO CA- NAL. AND TIIK CU.MUKllLANi; COAL if the lioslon Jid letter of ihf iid ins-ant, xvriitrn from Philadelphia, in xvhicJi I undertook to 3011 an account of-nexcarjiiVj llii-nju.it cMinpleled. ihroiigh the valley nf Potimac rivtr. alonjuhe banks of tlu; mil Ohio through the rich mtntral near that river, came tj an abrupt tmcliiM naraiive was more than hai( nimji mnv attempt tu '.urirsli the its being ilrawti nut loan inj- retail- hat I saw in a nwt manner. tuliir'eVriit in-unvfinmi h-rgih. I The nljert of tin- visit oir being to of Lot IN'o. 200, Mtn.itrd oil west nide of Mechanic fjirrel, im I he dw elling of Henjimin The Lot H l mint, nnd runs luck ahiiiit 1H) ih re is a -small frame IMUIIIT.I llie jiremi-es. The lot f'i h in a ilfniralili- property CASH. Sale in rntntiH at 2 iiVliK-k. P.M. W.M. HOLS Y. Trustee. AND BLANKETS. T H 111 F mult r-iijned in inform custom- U and ihe pnMic. 'hat he icrrixc.! n Mipplv of a .oxe arfe'i-i. n l.iro.-ai.o IX ti >e nl L. ami II ie. ..fall kil.du; M.-.I'. W. Ilf. M-r-e. Fr-ncll. ami I re Ladies' fine aod c-iar-e It aiul (Jailer-.; nod INiisaiid umi-mally is con-tiAutly m-ikini; in his larilo and xxell Mileclrd block uf Drv f. J.HiNSU'ANGF.Il. Phtb. Cash Store. Nov. ISIS. TRUSSES. TUST rereived, Margie's In am' di.-nhln f >r and infants; Ivnrv t'.td of which are very celebrated for the cure Hernia. NUT. 8. J. B. H, CAMPBELL. if xve Ind children.they xvoutdiri he hut xxalkin' vinegar casks if they if they xvas they'd he ii.cn- of cream o'tarter on l.-fja. to physic all ll.c v.crld by their folcmm ho'y A Lux vr.u's Ori.Mos or A learned once aski-d huxx he ixoiild act if a mat. oxxvi! him li n and n fus.-d io pay him. llather than hrinj; an iietinn. xvith iu co-ts and unceriainty, I xumhl him it riceipt in full nf all and. after a little rumina lion, hr and I xvnnld send him, more- iiver, five puundj, In c-.verall cpals.' JONES' that tho other day he xvas in A steamboat abuve St. Louis, and thrri! xx ;s a raw llocsier nn board. At xvhen the f.ilhs xveni to bed. Mr. I lousier lav dim n xxith 'FiiHSlCXxaiii. this, up ami pn'ilely sufi I >ir. you hive lain doxxn xxiti. vnur hmits nn Mr. HIM tier mtiiily his h.nd. and ilnxxt' at his bouiH, mniN-enily replies, i h xxuii't hurl 'em; they nut the best pnir.' j COMIC in oraminar may C'l.'in..... the tl.t >r. Now. John, All the in debt.' Parse xvorld.' i ri-.ii most ami durubli ul highly fi'ii-he.-l xxnrkman-hip. Tin-LanLs snd lovxp.nhs ihri.iitihoiil.rpj eat in bi" i.t remark- ah'e ni.imi-s and ouubiliiy, il.n canal of equal depth, at.d uni h di pih as iu lieEiiirely fn-e Ir ntj-s. and exerj ilescni.tion of xi'ofiaiiuii. 'J he .ipp. arat.ce of the m.isoury on upper o thu line, is heller tlun that on the parts, and it is nlsn probably stronger, in ipn nee nl the htij enor qua ity of ihf stone used in the work. There V.MS perhaps als-i some impmxe- ment in tl.e finish of ihe unfit, from the uf the cuiitnrctoif. :a xxell as of the enuinci Dur parly havinj; conie In the il ihe hu her prnM ciltioii of at a'loiit iiniiii mi Tu i (hr Yiteinia nf li e J'nii u ac, d idtti to n. an-st sia'i.in ol ihe ni.il K n K'.'.ld, re xxe Hire von taktn up U the trait wliirlilil; llalliniiin- in the Tl-.e trail wet! fillid hy J.IN- 11 priM-i-idiit .ii ii tind jare tu Ctimt erlaiul. xxl-ert 11 .tirixed shonlx alier-iii- the rail ro.ul lialtiii-.re. m the hiart i.fib. hiaie ol ntiri n ri-aih- ihe i.auks i.f the Poimnac. orer to the Virginia bhore, ami i n ihal side of the rivir tor near a milts; x-.lnl xxhich cominrncis at Ah (in sicienf the river. It-tore leaving the I) iissts tivi r to the Marybn that hank i-niiise to "I IIP pn j' ri.il had theii roti'e. anil their the Murjljinl shore drote !he rail i opjosiie hsnk. The rail toad, thnauh fin favorab'e shorr. not l-eiicjo want, if all circulation urre leiurnnl. hundred and ninctcrr, millions to pay ITS debts. A dentist ilnt will spre nojidiiuin liisnperatiui.bto.'i'ttder them No duubt of it. txxo succeedtni; days, by tl.u the unfinished canal. '1 liki the oilier, m the river beloxv, is built-anrn.ss the Pniiunac li.'r the puprnse of sufiicient portion of-ito xxaiers for of thu canal, and fcr-f.ir- a navjiiable basin by xxhich "lulu either bhore uf ihe river, may be aduiitted iiir' io ihe canal, i.i pared from lite canal into tho.riv- j er. This dam is built with meat able il to resist the very freshets, to river U subj. ct. 1 he bed of the dam is wide, 9-..% proper supply of xva'ter leyelj of the rixer, and also fur passing wiifiCGoalK intu the i-aiihl ahoxr, i.- very -I'L and it ia in exi iy.rVf.( ect in PXCfcTbTiIt'oi'dj r.' r'-.v" iliis xxdi :.-s and at s here to MI n r: the tm aii bas fuk afforil il.o dam, a bniunit'iHn canal b a 
                            

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