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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - July 27, 1864, Cumberland, Maryland                                tf t. 1: J' VOLUME 1. CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1864. NUMBER 12. SE-hf IS I'CCLISUKD EVSEY WEDNESDAY MOHKIICG. Offlco_on Mechanic Street, ncnr the Ifutional Hcubc. 01' SUIiSCJUt'TIOX TWO I'OI.I.AKS IH.T i-ar, y in inUjnco. THE UNLOVED! I K-.'m lie loi mo not nml I'.rcarirr far Than nil-lit uiiliiwii iill'J k'nirliistar, Or niiJliL'H irl.ni-> rn a slornn   to the occasion. Xurs.ii iroruniitiucthcWawtliatetraiKitilrad. ._ Jones'litcrallv waded in agony, anil A. M. L. Ceuatv Tn'ovnl (T-I'C- 1-'w j The norils tiiat 11 mill ill" r-iin-nn rmm tliei'acel., While-the lip- quiur. mill tin The; Lraud llii litters oil the licirt. Oh l r.-.'r. licw Trifl To ni-M ilie from i'i it -nt-re so 1 linil. luart w( nM no: ii'.t-'s 1 If faiihliil luxe ne'er inu with a mum? de-piir; he rt.fusi.-d utterly to be comfor- ted, and toiicliingly reijueoted friends to phronia. m 1 n'l' Kite, 1-nw V.iml 1 II "as :1 wellknown i in the neighbors, that he had never appeared .1. II. J. 1, TOWNS1IE.VD. t. JACOI! I'.HO'.VX, tT.aii33.oas3 Ounvberlaad Foundry. TAYLOU co.. JROX HUASS O.-nrj" Sir n. Cuni'i-rlinil. Mil. M v.'ir e-l MY.V-l M UMI.IHHK -mil MINI; ri.nw.-j VS." AitKICL'LTL'U.VL, !'a, M. SCJILliY. LAW OFFK SIDE OF WILLS' CHEEK. pp.ovsr.aa. lie who abandons his poor kindred, God him. lie who resolves suddenly, r.'pcnU :t lei- sure. He who isabaut tj marry, should consid- er how il with his neighbors. lie who hath much, wants still more, and then more. MP. IIEXT. R ami HARNESS MAKEU. W.aps, etc., K- -t't on li uitl auJ are-oftm.! aali; ot ti- ti.i.cs ;ii '.u..- --rti.' a fi-.r iiorh of E r.tissore. r M. KUAItXKY, Ecatir ill vi'isns, rnovisioss, nsii. TOBACCO. CIGARS, CCDVK cli-. A tluli ol" Clioiie OLD nur uf Iljlt'.niorc till Centre t'rrcl Ci.' il cr IS'Ji. Iron, i'niltry. ftc., "i .-r4 -li> oM "land, corner IJ.ltiaio-e and Mi- K MLXKK. IX ilor ill tsliacj) Hat'. rt -.V's 3 Story LV.iwon' slrei t. He is the hippy min, not other men happy, but who thinks himself to be lie never can cpe-il: wvll, who knows not w IICMI to hold his peace. He is the best man, who comes nearest the best. II j o'dv is tha learned nna, win t.nct.'.s enough to in ike him KM- will. He loseth his. thanks, who jiroiubclh and dei-iyeth. lie rtho rise's late hii prayers, and pro', ides not well for his ImKie. He who peeps through a hole, may see j what him. He who amend.- his faults, puts himself uml-'r GoJ's protection. i lie v.ho hath hath enemies that i hu cannot well be w ithcut. j lie who tla-'pi-iuneli, gets but little learti- i lie who cins like a fool, foci goes to bell. lie- is sl-.vnvs who know- himself. He h.vt'i a great opinion of biniMlf, who nn'cc- no comp.irivm with others. He o'lly i'i rich cnong'i, who hath all he I lie who licks from thorn's, pays too dear for it. HP 'hat lives in hope, danceth wit'icut a lie tiiat lives not well one year, fvr it even s-'vrn. j lifetime; liitnuw, whiL- she hy dead in the I hou'e, ihe be-reaied husband enumerated, .-ii'.h a of trails and daz- zling ijualitii.' a  the will of Heaven, and not to rebel :ig-iiii-t the divino mandate-'. idr.-. he replied, roicmnly. "all my hopes of are bla-ted "Nothing of the kind it is the pretty willow 1'crkirts, uhosi husband died last fall." Well, I never expected to fee Mr. limit so cheerful or spruce up in such a way. Why, T don't remember when Fvcseoua man prostrated by any bercav.-mcnt a> he wai by the JIis. .loins. Ucally, 1 thiiiight he unuld die uf grief. You perorive it is scaring oT pretty You -ci> in the young widow I'urkius tin- future Mrs. probably." "Xow, Mrs. are really 1111- cliarilabli1. It i? mo-t likely the poor soul h.ii no such idea in hi- mind. Know1: 1m: he is giliig t> wife's grave It doe'.n't much IlUe it to me, Smith. I should say thit he is courting his second wife." "Hu'l! iiivcr marry in solemnly assured ni'.- tlut ho r.-joined Mrs. Smith, sliarply. AVait was thi! laconic rej'ly. And so the3 waited. Would you beli.'-.e it reader? have yon anticipated thu .uinnitucimctit ne are about MATTERS OF COUJ1SE. There are certain in this world which have so unifunuly turned out iu thu same way, nobody Jfeam-i of their re- sulting in any other. In short, they arc set down as "matters of course." For cxam- When a bank suspends specie paymcnU. it is alwajs dune fur the public good, as a matter of course. If the Lank becomes irretrievably in-- and is forced to liquidate its affairs, to male'.' Mr. iS V..L  to at- tempt the of iusirucliug them how to do it, but only to suggest tbu iiuportanco of the matter, and oiler a few liinlt for their con- In the place let them endeavor to the director publish a card suiting that the- only good tools, and to keep'them in 1 aewts are amply sufficient ta pay everything, tin- best condition fur This will E.IVC as a matter of course. labor, as more work can be done with good I I'eoplii who put uny degree of confidence, took than with poor one-3. ill such statements arc always deceived and_ In deciding nhsit crop-, to cultivate, give disappointed, as u matter of course. jle', to whieh Wiien a tutui commiu a, murder, or a d.iy's woik p-ry, and t> detected and tried, he ia the preference, where ji least labor. mil be at least iu to bo insane, as a_matter of l Sophrvnii I haic buried all my earth- ly d-n'l t.'lw on rcjolnc-l gnod Mrs. hut bjar vour btreavcmcnt patiently, fjr ib? -a'.e of chi'hpn." I really wi-h I was dead, Mrs. Smith. "I wish 1 v.as aiU buri-d with IUT And he capcre-l about z-, sj'.iis of the mar- Ura have dono J, bare- font, to the torture- of the iron fksr. Iteniainticr tha: death is ths common aulc-il till1 persevering doa.'ii't tirrifj' returned tl.e v.idower, in an tone. "It's ncijTnbor will yustr rnd God vrUl give yc.i to bear this he I do net with my Forrow ai.u I core n'.'-ut ftrenp'.h; in f.iet, I hopo it ir.r.y fill, an J ir.y bjtiilv pxiticrs that I :aav roon fi.1- wiJo-.v 1'erkiu-in pieeisely two miMiths after adored S.iphronia's d-.-parturc from this Kfeofvici'sitaJes-. All the neighbor- talked, appeared and coiil.ln't com- prehend it in the least. The bro- ken-spirited Jono could be found anruherv but a cheerful, carefnlly- dre'scd pi'roDn that name was fre- seen wall-inj; very loungK and rosi- ly with a hdy that sported the immist.il. a- ble trajipings of a bride. That Ecrene, i-implaeeiit, smiling-li'oking individii il once have boon the widower who forms the subject of tiiis I'o'ip'e stipjied and gazed after him in (he street until his re- juvcmtod figure out of sight; and tbU t'jcy did for a long time, before they i'3'ild thotnin v.ho wished tube "buried with his was again tiiarriul. Oriental Story Tellers. Travellers in Pjris China and Japan, icll of fttirv tclk-r' and tradi- tion e street' nnd mai net-places till inaiivlou> io all wii.i may choo-e to Hsti-ti. The following is one of the Chinese piribles. Fohi in the co'irse of his coming to a knnrkcd at door of r. rich woman and b'gged permission to en- ter, f.'.id she, "do I rc- cnvf into mv h ui'-c everv vagabond? Xo indeed, it would be ir.ibcliting a rospoc- your w.iy Then he went to ihe eoltago of a poor wumaii, w'no at once I.iniHv im 10 enter. She ?at be- 1 M.-nii'-ot'ircr "f 'i in, rapper, nail S.icct-lrnn IVarr. iCKii..' i'.loA, i.nr till- l.ridgc. tiiliiinon- tincl. fore him the onlv food she little gout'" a pii-e-e "f bread into it, and "May 1'ohi it tint we b.th h.ive cnougli'.'' Ihon prepared fir him a crn-Jtict your-i-lf witii becoming fortitude, i of ttr-iw; :md when he fell a-lcep, her to t'ie iii.' are 'infal, Mr. Jones; H ALC SWAllTiW lii-il.r .n Slsllmcry Tnury Viulcr TJclvMcrc Hill, IJiltlmorcHrcct. ta-te an atim j a'ldiiid.ielimcCadacotnriaisufjryourisif, ,vh.'ii you are not hungry; it i- suicidal. j and a n-.ot'ier for your cUMicn. who "i> in pair-; as i Here the afilivted mr.n had a frofh par- I of grief, and struck simc highly Ira- Xcvor hire servants or ninthins clw. perceiving tint h-.' h.nl nu shirt, hhu tat up ail niftht and male him one out of some linor. slie h_d m >dc by her own ban! 1-ibor; in inorning shj brmsht it to him beg-' not ile-jpisi her ]ioir gift. accompanied him a you ciu sa' picket. lludcaior to have your cultivated crops this year on the land which jou can take IMW of with the lc.-i-t tremble. if i'O-sible, hard land to work. Let such over" until the next or the jcar afier. Asfariisjou can, sele-it lie-Ids near jour bain, and thus'.'iieonouiise time iu traveling to and from your work. In plotting MVJid land, ma a good plow, and take- pains to do the work well. Land well plowed care afterward. Make y our oxen step lively this year, ,nuil ctwipciiNile them for the extra vitality to by giving them an extra taste of meal or grain. Use vour horse whenever and wherever his s-pci-d will save you time, as "lime is money." The horse call be hi great advant- age in "cultivating" among your corn and pofitocs, and if you youri'ultivatoronce or twice extra during tha season, you can easily thorlcn the time required In hoeing. I'I lining your corn and potatoes EO tiiat you can run the cultivator between the rows, and if you keep the ground well ttirred, ihe hoe will have but little to do for the season If the weeds are troublesome, pull them. If you have much corn to plant, get a hand corn costs but and will save you much time. Lst every neighbor start early and get at least one mowing; can per- haps save their entire cost in a single sea- son. Lvt every hrge farmer get a horse That, also will pay for itself in a single ye.ir. Make up vour mind to work harder and make longer days this season than usually, and compensate in part by a more generous -feed" for yourself and beasts'. So arrange vour work tint a rainy day shall not throw of employment. Tirst. and last, and alvays. Keep up a continual "thinking" and studv how to m-ikeyniir labor count to ihe greatest ndiaiit.igi1 in the proJuctiun of are what we year j more than ever let f-ach of 1 our f >rincr r" rlers try to Ihe largest When a fire occurs, whether, it destructive of property or not, it the work, of tin incendiary, ns a nutter of course. When two locomotives come info collision, on a r.iilioad. destroying each other, knock-, ing half a dozen of car., to killing a. passengers', and wounding twice as, many more, Uic public are promised full formation coucuruing the same, as a matter( of cottrfC. fj AVhi'n such information comes, if.ai it exculpates, ovetybody from blame, as a nritter of course. When a ivuaek medicine is invented, it i3; 'tremendously pillTcil, as a matter of course. JSut who believes ona li.iinb.at is st.itcd of its wondeifiil virtues, gets cgro-, giou'dv ns a matter of course. Every man of intelligence raid common, sense is a subscriber to a newspaper, he is honest, he pays hia subscription, as a matter of course.' GOOD Anvicu TO Yousa not to uncertain riches, but prepare. your-, tclf for every emergency in life. Learn to work, and not be dependent upon servants to make your your.floors and; darn your own stockings. .If you arelwiso. vou will look at this- subject as we' do, -and- when you are old enough to become wives, vou will prefer the honest mechanic, with'. not a cent to commence life, to the fashion- able loafer with a capital of tan thousand .dollars. Whenever we hear, remarked.. such a young hdy has married a we always tremble for her pro'.pcriljv Rich- es left to children by wealthy often." become a curse in-tcad of a blessing. Youilg; women, remember this, and instead of sound-; ing ihe rmrscs of your lovers and eiaminr ing the eu'- of their coat, look into their hab- iy mid their hearts. Mark if "they have trades and can depend upon see if they have that which will .lead thciuj to look above- a butterfly existanco. Talk iL- on I> iltnnorc ncir the S-'i TOHX JLSilUj OF llin I Never speak coniemploiHy of woman- Und. ever one who was once vour bo-om XUllliW GUXIM'li. fri-ml, howover bitter nmv. iler m ,.-11 f IWvcr ;milo at the evprn-e of yntir re- ligion or vonr Ne-vt-r Hand ul the corner of a street. Never in-ull poverty. Never eat between meaK. speak of your father as the old j cical attitudee, favoring his kindly cilrp-std .cicg he v.ou'.i! i i neighbor with s> mo of the n.ost kgubiio'ts After Never reply Io tho epithet of a drunkard, j over and way, and at parting I'ohi raid: "May foil or a fellow. aehicvcd. on the stage or o'T. j woi'rycti undi-rtakc last until evening I" "I shall never, nc'.crmarryagr.in! T'n3 i V.'hen >l.c g-it hntne she b-pan Io me-iMirc her linen to rce how much viat kf.; and s'ie 'ifilii.-, Cellars. .sunns, LTI., oj-po'lic ilic t'oat-oflicu. CAML.___ O MERCHANT TAILOH, A N C I. 0 T III K It, Ualtiinore ;trcct, nnr tho 1'uWic S p. iK.i'.cr in G.inih, fariictln.-, etc., M  nlun her Imti-c yard were full nf l.ncn; in >rt, tin-did not I.'TIOW wli.it do with hirxvnhh. Her rich nciglibor, scilnc this, was sorrly and rcfolvcd that go ul furtuuu not her again. After siiinc month-' the traveller cr.mc cnco more to the villas'-; -he wer.t Io meet him. him   -.'-4 Xi-.it iloor to I'ost-Oflire, lljltiinofe itnct. nYAMS' O EcstJiurnr.t nnd Snloon, V.Vnltli'3 Ulnil, nullinion: altfci._______ 'TOIIN E. BUCI-CT rplinl'tcrcr nml Papur Hauler, Anrt Dealer In Wull Paper, Blinds, Curtains, etc., ctu. Cullo. s'rt-ut. a few doom al mt roi.t- drxc. I'ranklin laughed heartily, and csplaincd the matter. ing in her mom that itranjcr if he j nwoke, -U] po'-e slu was maliiiif; hi- SAMBO, am jou postod iu the natural tcii'iicca V Ob courfo I is; fartingly." Then can you tell uie.thc cause of the great blight in potatoes for t'ao last ten i F. utiiinimouj In one monlh from ths day of MTB. j shirt. Alter breakfa-t she accompanied htm .1' Scuitii. from a window o'lt of Ih-j village; end when they pirli-d he :k you nmlcrtaki1 nt her way home thinking ihe whole time of her linen, and iinlicipating its wonderful iurrc.v-e: but then her i'0'v.-i Io "IScfnre I my linciii" said fho "I will quick- a remarkably well, drci-scd gctitlcman the work yo 1 driving by. rjni'o gaily, with n youthful- last until evening I'1 She wci looking lady ai bii Who in the world can that sho a.'ltcd. turning to her friend, Mis. Hop- kins. W- HATS Jh'vaiii'a Sew Vnlilniocc strctl, 'ojiposilc lilie Po'i-Otliff. AND VICES: MERCHANT TAILOU, Ami in VCCOUTOEMESTS, COOPS.- Oh dat's easy enough. It's allowing to the rot-tatar-y motion ob do earth. "A physician is an nnfor- .who is every day called to perform rccoiloili health tvlth _.. ..A bnkcr invented a of yeast. It makes'bread to" light that a pound of H weighs, only tw-plTn replied liiolady, "isMr..Toiict." "It 'can't ba exclaimed tl.e que'tioncr. "And vrhv incjuircd Mrs. ITop- "Uecaufobis wife's death has broken hU sjiirit, and he'll never hold up his bead again. 35ut-I do it docs look liko And dn you rccognrio the lady with him V resumed Ihe other. It's probably wife's 5aid Mrs'. nf j. 50ft forw sr.d Cue "hp-- ]lcarallcc nf J0mlg gentlemen. Let uot: i-ible crop Ihe amount of labor j A Goot> IU ec.-l.iin rich man, who very rich no'." wat very pnjr when huwas a boy. When asked liow he got his riches, lie rejlied: "My father taught me never to play till my work was finished, and never to spend my money until I had earned it. If I hail an li'iur'i work r. day, I must do that the first thing and in nn hour. And after tiff I wan allowed to play; and then I ev.ttii! play with much more pleasure than if 1 had ihe thought of an unfinished LIME be- f-ire mv mind. I carlv formed the habit of dniniT everv in time, and it soe-n became to do so. It is to this 1 own my Lctcveryojie SI.VOUI.VR was a young, woman left in the care uf a house, her mat-i tcr nnd mistress being in the One night on going Iu bed, when >-lie was undrc-sing herself, flic looked in the glasB and said: "Iloir handsome I look in When she arose in thu morn-: ing sho found the house robbed. She wan- taken into custody on suspicion of being concerned iu tliB.rnbhary, vva? tried and ac-. Sunie time ufterv.'ardt, as slie walr.ing in coi.ipany with a fe'inalc fricud, a man passiiif; her, tuid: "How hundsomc li pms- my Tic expression so; do like- j forciljly struck her mind tiiat hq was the man who robbed-tbe bouse, t-ho heldnfhim. have often lu-orda half-grow n-iip boy 'ay pcttLihly tohismolh-" '1 don't like to be teen carrying a big with, tiis utui'ist i rapidity, and held, him Cut.-; assisted by hcrcuinptmoa, t'.llhe was taken into custody, at which.tiino.lie confessed .ho piid for them and ton'.; -them on hit bae'i to carrv them Mr. in sur- pri-c: but before the joung man. who merchant, had gone many he called him back, siying. may buy on credit 1 tut when to any amount. I c-Jn Mr. A -------T wlm iv hli4 own Work 'he poured into the trough her pail never emptied; she went on pouring, the stream increased, nud soon her and yard were under water; ihe neighbors com- plained that everything was ruined; the cat- tle were drowned, and with difficulty saved lu-r life, fur water ceased llow- ing until the letting of the sun. "Those dear'eyes of thinol" 35 tlm old ccntlrnan said when he bought his wife a Smith, carefully adjusting ghMoa. I bati'Ifinmo pir of gold >ptf ticlci. i> -ure to succeed.'' Here ia a good lesion of false pride. A clergyman being recently from home, his son, of leu jcara, to pro- uouncu the he replied, "1 don't liko the loukiof ihi-ni talcri'." "Where there ia cninigli for rix.lbero.is enough for paid a replied Alexander Dumas, "if youarc Rat- ine of iHtury af'.which.'iscsbraatliing: like th'icirbwcgjr. to a ladv to uhotn'he ivaobcirotlicd.-iSlia rccflir-' ed it in her luud. and koltednit; it' with iiiiin, In liersibtdli s-iid her such a gift, she east. it. I a Uw cartb-jr When it touched tbc-jfroucd cun- ningly egg ojtcaea, and.a.sil- vcr jolk rolled" QtttT. She" then" loublieiT a, -ecret chicken was revealed, the (oiiehed a in tbc chicken! and a'rrown'was found f-ht; touched a -pring in the crown! and within it' was. found a'lIiainouiF Tedding 'na's-'7- There is a iiigrul "I feel ralbcrj dull {to-day wltho rsjcr; aft-T it had been usod to.ciwn r,   

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