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Alleganian (Newspaper) - December 27, 1845, Cumberland, Maryland B. MCUANAHAN. TWO DOLLARS PER VOL: VU. CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1845. i MTO 'V3 lj i I.JIT THE rou A L L E G A N I 1, A N M. Tn Ksq- Ksq'.Lhtic Crossings. II. MII.I.CR, JOHN J. KUUI.KU, P. M., Frostburg, J TIVIOIS. Esq.. Old-Town, Du. J. llBintv, Flintstone, J Esq.. Fifteen MileCreek. JONA. RinsuiiUiT. Glades 1U ROMAN STKCK, EMJ.. Jit. Savage, Doi.i.xii-> per annum, if paid in or xviihin the first mouths ot the that lime and within the year. I wo DOI.UAUS AND Txvr.-vrv Fivu when payment "n delayed until alier ihe expirauon uf the vear. Two DOI.I.AUS AM. Firrv CUNTS will 1 square, in- be not rr.cr serted o times for One Uol every additional insertion ones in same proportion. C3-AI1 advertisements not or- dered for a specific time, xvill be continued C1ICAP s h e o ii b I c C I o t h i n g EMPORIUM! IK undi inlorms the eiti- Ji- rein "f Uumbcrljiiil and vicinity that ho has laid in a full fctipply of FALL WINTER C'loSEitag, Hi? stock consists in part of the Blue, blue-bl.uk and black Uros and t'n.ek CoaU Txvrcd rfjcU and Ovi rcoals, Beaver do.; Cloth, Cas-iinere and Ca-siuet 1'antaloaiu; .Mt-rimi and Valencia Vents, itc. He will also keep constantly on baud a compute of J. HOOTS. TS, HATS, CAPS, respectfully inxilcs the attention for One Dollar, and cents tlr THY to hi> t-tock, as he f. rU con- jidiKi can tiirnUh them xviih articles in l.is line as terms :is they be in ILiUiiiiore or Philidrl'ihu. Nov. MAYKR ISAACS MERCHANT TAILORS, CU.V3ERUND. MO., JVINCi as-ocijtrd thi-iiiM Ixes under the lirm. are pn-pirrd to m ike up U 0111; and They have jiul n-ei-ixi'd Iroin ihe HV.T a Ur0'.- and caoict of C LO T H S DRY GOODS, SHOES. HATS. CAPS n GJU. Sup. S 2 -'ith in his brother. V. M. II EL.I., under the firm of S. U'. U'JLUD- W1.LL TJTST RECKIVED, at llarvey'i and Ketail -Dry Goods a aiul i-ry choice assortrnei.t of Dry Goods Hals. Lap.-, Ac direct from ihr Ne.v York market, and purcha- sed at the ru piici M. which are otlercd to V.liulc.-ulr or llrtail. on equally ss yood terms as can be obtuii.ed m IJaltimure, Hl'ck. Inv. Grt-en. Grey Olive, tup. Cloth fjr ox.rnMbr Mip Italian Cord, Cloth a beautiful article, Don- V.'.ned do. xery heavy. ck and fancy Uookin 0-1 Vt-l for tJacks and pints, Ulue. Ulack, FaiK-v and S-itincltj, sortie xvry low, Cut Velvet. Hlk. H.i in and 1'iaure-J Merino V. "U'hite. K.-d. YelloiTiuid I! rein I'lntuic's. C.I. 7-r it -t-t 1'l.iid insey, lor Kentucky n ml Xtvro Ivt-ri-ey, cheap. r.UU pirc.-s Calico, UH'-l from r'.s. up JJU-sihed Mu-hns, xcry sup. >'civ i lor >hiriiriir. faup. and lu-autiful Kep C it.hmeics.in raitern-. sup. l-rauttlul in btip. sud beautiful Kcj> Moiwlins, fup. nil: do; C-i-h- mere d-- Cct.s., Jtourline dc- l.airie, IJ.'k Jlal- li in Lu-itrinp; Flon nee. White G Lace, Cambric, i'laid Jarkoiu-l Muslin-. Ai Cw.hmiTp, col it MouRlino 10-1 Uliiiki-t and Cotton do. Genn Plaid Silk Cravats Vancy tidk Hdkfs.. I.aces, sup Merino do Full style Bonnet Mantua do. 0.1 Plaid Woollen, for Cloiks. LineiiB. Hroxm Holland. rv.- Di- ap.-r. Crash. Ticking. Check. Uleach.-d IJrowii JJrillio? K.'d. Urowii and Green C.mMn Alparaand bilk sup. JJIk Silk Hose. sup. Ulk Ca-hmere do. Gum E. GIovi-s Pins with general of Tui- 0-1. tl-l A; 12-1 Hraxy HlanLcts. S.I, do. MacLinay do. S uldle vtr. Wool and Worsted Ingrain i -l-l Vriii-iiin jl'.. :IO 32 inch Gingham I'mlm-tlaa. TS. snor.s, HATS AMI CAPS. line'; cases IJoy-. IJnots, ra< llrogans, l.adie- Morocco ami Kid ;Slipp''rs. Cloth mid KU-M.I li-its. Tur Silk do. Fur. CMli uid Glased Gaps. Ac. Ac. I up llie ailj.tinin; More lioom v lor ihe purpn-c of soiling (Jocdsby the piece, nnd f.-sprctfully invite Cuuntrtj Mrcbanlf to pxaniino mv fock. as I plcdp.-niyse f to sell every article in my line on favorable terms as they can be purcha in the E.H.IUrn Marbt. Call early! T. P. HARVEY, Sept. 20. Cor. Ball, it Mechanic st-3. S. LJOOT ANB SJI.3K fui-M-ii. and Cui-in-., which havu been purebred at pne f much lower iluii tlioy rjii be ub une.l fur In any other of'the kind in the pla.e.A; which will to order on tier trnm ill m lierrloforc rtd. Thar.kful far the very liberal patronage es- in one of the (irr.l. (Mr. C. A. IUA Jtve -elicit ;i c mtinuancr of the n< 'H CUS- TOM Eli xvill be mule up in this beht style and xviih the ti'U.d jiroinp'm Mr. IVraie-; IVKLI.V V.MS fornifrly a re-idtnt of place, am! reputation as a I'lltST-UAlEC'-nTER. should for tin new- firm that wl.ich (by strict altenfi.Jii to t'.ivy xvjll use their univ'.t exerti m< n.erit. Vhcreforc1, who v.jnt and iwtnUij made can bo fiirnohidatthc short e-t notict: bv leaxini; their with ISAACS KELLY. Adjoining the Hotel, JJallirnore tft Cumberland, IVov. 8, H. Mr. C. A. ISAACS rfperifully rrijnest :.ll perbonn who know ihfin-'i he-i U be indebted to l.u.i to r U and Kittle their accounU at their earliest conxenit Hmia e ju -t u-c-j'. .roni a uiul uf LL.iTHLIl, of the L ;.r; pre to up to crilir, v.hjl er in llu jnoet aMe ard r.t ihe lowest iJalti- Vh-y !l de-ire to j'le-.se, and nltention to to merit rnd rrctix-ea cuntiniiaiicf uf the custom heru- tolure t-j to the late concern. B CT Al L C A -S U GentV hwt 50 ilo il.i Trench, 00 -1 Ltttlifj' Mi-ritHCC and Calf .Slippy-ami Shoes, nuts ep. A ral wortraeril of Boy-' and Chil- IJooU Jiid ilioi-s, ct their own ly on luiiJ and D niore do do BARGAINS! IJ BALTO. CriI'AP CLOTHl.Nfi STOliE litiiiif .lutiii and I. 1C tilt' ilt Store. A'urltt CnmuL-rlrtsid, JIJ. R Y PO TL'U.VCCALV. ilk do. Kill Gloves, i.-. U'. WARD'.VEI.L Cumberland. Oj'. 1, UUO. 10 cis- E. C. HAYES, .-It (lit M s'.itn.i (.1 II. D SCorlh Jle si.-i.ct Wright's Sitccr- siiiith r.'toj'. r-' sutecri! i r has. an xvith au extensive Merchant Tailorinji tablishntviit in Bn'.timorr. by which means he is prepared lo make lo order CsnSs-', Vesrts, in thi) iiMst fwi.hiotiable style, and on the must reascnablw lerms. Us xvill at all times l.eep i-n 'j IIEHE xvill t e r.iund ths fulle-t of hand, or ordi r at n short notice, Cloths, Arc.. services of JOHN" M. consistinc; part of lo DIaek und Cioth und Frock Coals; .Sack Coals of every tlrsr iptimi and iiii'.'ilx; A era-it niindvr oMJecvi r and 1'ilot Cloth OV.T xviih a xcry large assortment of Pantaloons, Vests, Shirts, ccc. ill kcrp an exieni-iv" Hipplv n! BOUT-i. oHOE.S, Cl.OCK-J. II xTS vhteh thoj will sill a- eluap, if not h aji-r, :lian they can hailal ai.y other the pl-ce. C'i try Merchants and otlirrs f.ml it to their ndv to 111 a c.iu.a. 2. mitsrial reduction xxilt bo made on -.ilia- in 'hit w-iy. Nov :im. Dv CIUKUCJ McCn.xv. Did 1'ulul Cain xvas a man of In the days xvhen earth xvas younjj: Bv the fierce red of his furnace bright The siroLes of his And he lifted hisbnxvny hand On the iron jjlovx elear. Till ihu The ntcts- Mty, on the of our informant, of 'o thesu observations, was s-uf.pcmlt.'d by tha prompt and "onerous outbreak of one of Col. Thoniion, of ihi; IlGth. an officer -xvi-11 kr.oxvu for hitf trailan; charactfr, and xvbose sufll-r- t'-J sfvert-lv in ibo attack on tho Stli of .January. lie tt-s.jijttU.ia'the handsumest lerinslothecoii-. duct uf Uen. JaJUson, as an amiable and faithful coininaniitir'vu that occasion, and tltckucdj that if KEMARUS OP Mil. Of TJIK 17. IMu. Gti.n-5 s-uid that he had nut anj intention' tn ;be subj.'ct ai Jlie ciiainifiictmenl, the but he thought it xx-ai incumbejiV on him, as a reprwe-iitativwnf of "thetf hijo ommercial lo -.'ire his reaMins for the' o xvoiild (jive. According' to the'decUiOn of tha. hair, the xxholu qiiKtt'iti, in all iiuxv open r lib threshold, to-mrci, tiio .If been, as intimstMi by thd mere miestiiiii of the.purjty'pf t box, be would have had no" objection" tii, i .i. the give carritd with it an Vine IJattomr roritaininj 3'2u acres, the month ot S.ixv ice, in No- Three ors mine? in Dins Moiint.iiu No. 7- in Hampshire co Va This f.md xv bv to piijTGrrrrt. up on xxhicli lie hr-s pa'.d me 'I he balance ol the purcbncp still due. I u-ill ir.y jjitcre-t and i claim titlp and 1 can be fjund at the Hotel ot '.Ir. John White' Crcbap'own. Letters .iddre'sed to inc. paid) w ill uu-st xvith prompt attention JOHN lillANT Nov. 22, iiino- (CivJ And hU hand to xmilo the ore, And his uilderM luxv. liiit he at.h'.st xvith a cheerful face, Ami a bright ctiura'jcous ive, And he harcd tiis sjior z arm fur thn xvork. While the (pick Hum's And he san-.r--" Ilurra for my And the red lit ihe air Nut alone for ihe blade xvas the bright steel Am! bo ra.-hioueii the firat plough sharo- mil men. lauoht frmn the past, In friendship joined their han.ls, inihehallSilhesprar on ihu wall, Ami ploujih'd the xvillii'ir lands, lurra Air Tubal Cain! Our btaunc'.i friend is he; Vnd for the plough-share and the plough, To him fur prai-e -hall he; Jut xviule oppression lifi-. its head, Or a lyrant would be lord, xxo may him for the ploiiijli, We'll not furirrt thu sxvord." TIIK llur.rtou) London _ hues, has puWished a document relative tn thl- ailway interest of this country, which hasc.xeheu iiiich interest and a deal of alarm. The ucumuil exhibiis ihe astmindiii" number of irojected cnmiiai'ies, to carry out w h'u-li xxill re mre nearly lico-i'itirdsifllic m liaitul debt tf Eny md! Ex en ihe ilej-oiit of ten p( r cent, will a- ine absorb It further appears lhat here arc '17 railways completed, repn-sentintr a intHia! of In the course of coiistruc- tliU, with the and watches of tin- nflicers xvlm hud fallen. anJ a note from Gen. Jae-loiw. couched ir mosl courluocs licit one pair of fp.i'ile.ttr .nd ilerj.atih. Our Latbri and Macliincry are propelled by a Str.im which enaMi s tu to ilo all kind-1 TUKNIMt.m Iron, xxiih dc-p Al i-f Mill repairci! Nov. Sin. J. HCALI', fc CO. JV. U nppreiitice will be Inker, lo 1> arn the alioxe Ono Iroin the couiilry xxoiilil bt pn-frrrcd. I. H. Ji ''o. 1 1 ONC THOUSAND SPKLLUVC BOOKS, ju received and for salt! by H. H.TUHNKH, Nov. 22. Hfllliinnrr SttM't. .S. Miperfini! and family floor; Mlptrior reciilied PH. and and for sale loxv. .1. SANDS w-nrit tJ buy firt Floorim: lumber, sc h.ned J. i hichest price "iven L. Il.TUKNEtt. had been much moved in'the H'rje of the It mieiiipteii to -fain there, bill ii had bi'rn effectually of ihe citizens of that city'iliiit tn its inx-.iders, and monumenis tii' Tenders." Jt had been tebuktd box.and never would heard was' .u-ed in any action of ihe House that xvould' the liiranothtr. JCn natinri'iin the much indebted to] nizjiiun as happy land in xvhich irwas'jheir to ilxx-ell. fc'earcely txvo centuries'aVu this1 iiind xvas the lioniu of the'ptow linij was the purest librriy earth had ever seen'.'and !U wad further desiim-d lo bo ihe "realei: iner.t on earih, if they .vere only'tnVjo oelvcs. and truly iippnclalejl .their posiiiuhl t .__ Im JSELKGT PIIOVKIUJS OF ALL NATIONS. A droxviiinn iran xxill catch at Mnr.xir, AH must not be told at nil linns. A fool's tongue is lonjr enotioh in cut bis throat. A huntl saxv is a good but not to xvith. A xvieked man is liisou'n li'-ll, ami his f assiun.-j and lists' the fiends that torment him. A libertine life, is not a life of liberty. A goose quill is mure dangerous than a lion's rlaxv. Tl ere is no fishin for truut in dry words and hard xvere they to day in the er.tent of their' territory ?R. In tlic xvords of the poet limy roultl 1'htibruaJ Pacific chafes ourshures, ,.M W.; hear ihe rtnie Atbntics roar. -oil and cl'inntr, they had the first' heritage; evei butowed on ihe tons of men. That thi-yoxv-i' ,-d 10 rnUinizatioii. Every nation of -put in to these shtres. The nyery' poriioni'ofn Kuiope came to ill! the soil and add lo iheaccu-v initiated xveMth of ihU'great Union, '-nhy afien day. the eyes nf the most dNtant mi turned ihitherward. In the Gernnny pieparatiuns were going on for ilicttarlf-D from a country, where '.he not be had, one" flowing with honey. And were tlity that jHHiple the spectacle ofan American Congre ssnncljoniiiff measures in an. incipient prevent them from ever enjoying n portion uflil-'l Were ihey lo tell them that" very- welcome in those days that trietl When flatterers mret. the devil to dinner. never knuxv the use of xvater till the xvell i for ibis branch of trade 1'iina. "MiM) vouii traclir.r fur knon-Jcdye of in a country sehuol "down in urpinsj up.-'i hU scholars thn m-res-iiy if ii7 proiiuiiciaiion, in order lo beeomo Who xxill not a penny keep, will never have money. We .ue bound to bo honest, hut not to he 'rich. At tho gale which suspicion fillers love goes out. A woman lhal loves to bo al the xvindoxv is like a bunch nf grapes on Iho highxvay. A woman that paints, puts up a bill that she is U> !et. Commend a wedded life, but keep thyself a barhf.liir. From many children and little bread, gcod Lord deliver us! He lhat marries a widoxv, xvill of'en havn i man's head thrown inio hfo dNh bin nuxv ibry nut to enjoy that fer be.n blood i.f Kurope tbe'lieldiof''bat-il tic. There xx as still another aspect' of :ion xx hieh presented itseli to'himl lions xvcrc in but an incipient state, as IIP paid' xvhat did they look'to? the naturalization laxvs extendinjf the if that vrre'done, "here would buj :n a mere than three uullmns.of in this land without tnnmlerest or, jia in the government. -Noxv.l'o. CriitleniBii limitative American, parlyj, xvoiild they desiie to ftCiSuch U'hatl of ei-in" affairs, ar.d not .xxhat niTillit brio-j forth, would they xvii-h to vocalists, enjoinud them as folloxvB: I tell je xvhat ills! and never can lam to 1m qondjlisl-rntc sinsit-rs xvithout yo inmd yer iirO'jioiiii-.f't-swii'H. sufficiently roprated "one xviih ull and hecouiiiiencfil "Let ov'ry critter Jim: 'IVr the tarnal Ood'" which mny p-.issi'oly be rroi-irnized as "Krt every creature join To the eternal God." man travelling in Vem.ont, ramo lain to a puhlifi am) as the next s'.auoxvoii'dgoout in thn txvo IT three hours, concluded to take a nnji: ehariring tho xvaiter. at ihn tiim- M wake him in sca-mi. lie had but fairly mlo'a xxhfii there come a ihundfirini rap it his door, ami the r-tial rry. doxvn, he v.hat he xxus to pay fur "Tw.ntv five s-ud tiie traveller. 'I'm sure I thank you fur eallini; me soon, for if .in lialt K.vrry man can an ill xxife, but he xxho hath hir. If the doctor cures, the sun sees it, hut if he kills, ihe earlh hides ii. Hc.u iitu! iui'oear is omid pliilo-ophy. Jleiterltu altmuthaii in ill L-oinp.uiy. N'uvcn.xsK Qor.sTior.'s i.v A a "vord xvith you." ij'iiek. thoii, I'm in a hurry." What you 2tvc your sick hurso t'other A nf John hurries home and administers ihc same dose to a favorite charter, xvlio, in say, drops nil" defunct in half an hour. His opinion of his friend Tom's vaterinary ability is lie inlets him il.e next daj. what I my hnrsi- a pint of turprntine, and it killed Tiim deud as .Julius Ca.su." Su it did mine." trim rrrntleirun ran ever indulge rrsent- rnenlasainst a tetnalc. All vindiclne or aij-iinsi ihn xveaker are unxvorthy and unp'ofitahle. The utmost thii is when xx is c -d from them, is the bim- plri df by ami i-ntire ris'tijnation, or nerous ns far j-ossi'ile consistently xvith Mrict self ib fence. Mate thinirs- as to have millions of livinii here xv'uhnut the rights, ut.citiz Every patriot must tieprecale It. thesi- coiisideralions ho lalt cojistiained. lo yoto, in the nepativu of tlic proposition now 'bet, fire the house. could not, by means. Fanciion that imputation, on, tho- ted citizens of our land. Any inquiry- into :ihgi framls on tho ballot-box with pleasure, if, it ded our ciliy-ens by LIrth as well those by-ad-ip-- tioiu Why should there be a distinction .brtxvewi those citizens xvhu xvere by aecident. and ificfttj who had the lova of liberty strung hearts to leave the graves of their homes of and this happy land of Jf. creeii due tn cither, it, was 'Oithe (alter j.-a.m! same !axx should be meiVd o-jt lo.them. ;l i renre to that great question, as well an in the face the before. ihn hole ho xvnuhl desirf so to lhal ry of his eountry wimU-ba secnred, .and heft happiness lasrtas lon-r as limo ,ilselfv appiness OititiN cr TIIK OF Liur.itTT formrr, olJ new xxas honurable
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