Alleganian, January 4, 1865 : Front Page

Publication: Alleganian January 4, 1865

Alleganian (Newspaper) - January 4, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland n t j a JIT .'hr "to -oT MliA f f i 1> I i i IST I! -i i i I J God our jurtiit, That he guide us through lift, dar. I nonld gliidlr he dearest, GMlr witrh our Iittlf Lff Ae he niahcs lut hft i ti-atjou-nrv, Laughing all so Liarrih It O1 so crutl, Thiij tu bw tirnr fro in liatut, IILII our i luu! of i Is in its> liirest Ltoom Oh1 if I wc-f onlj "iith Vonlh v. itclmifT o tr our bor, Couid for jiltastirt.? Cculd it euuh tor purer ju Ciod wp our litllc It fan I, him for Ihc -oldirr 3 Knp him for tht ah cut AVjtKh him fclitpiiig or cwuVi; Hut tit, of sprjtic time Be adornpil with fnprtpi flowe-a, And innr without number, Hrtghlcn nit ht> childhood THE QTJAKEK MILL; Or, Poaoo Through Conquest. THERE is a section of the State of .Xew York, luindroj miles from the "Em- pire City" of the Uniou, known far and near as Quaker Hill. It derives iu name from the feet that nearly all tho inhabitants of that 'section arc thut they boast of two Urge meeting houses, one for the and one for the "new IV ner farms, fatter hones and cuttle, finer pigs and poultry, better girdcns, cnntiot be found m any other portion of the State liut this is not the, fclorj whiih the reader Xot an hours drire from the meeting hou'cs dwelt two Quakers r., 1 How to Win n IVomoji'a favtff-" I .1 ir ii'l in-ry} It a very easy to t wake among the Don't buck >Jii tremble, and think figure of Adonis or the, face of stand 'no cliancc 'luous-. r< t i K ,t i, s 1 1.- n. i tavbes and straight notes that do the- i Women, ,bless] their dou a. fig fur buch roniembir a few preliminaries, and) oilman like jou, even if vourJiair 5s red and mouth I J tt 4 'H rttl wide.. to turns call don't early. Ladies wall pleased to be. cauclit before their curls and fi i i i ij r- n i ft i a basques are arnngcd Hcpartii-ularlycarc- ,1 ful nut on uie kick.tbcdog across the girls are srire to apnrc- ciite any one 'who kno-ra ijiow to'b'o yolite to their piitar If there's a' piece" df'wo'retcj work admire it; don't mistake1 'llie artificial flowers in thu for real; if (hejouur la- i r. j t, ,1.1 dy a doing crndiet work, ask she caa i I v i. r, n r s id. teach donU tip i I i _ ,i .mi ,r Lack in pur t liair; lor er) cractt in the fragile furniture there'll bs a.worjc f z rr, it i ,f -i ,'LI ,ft f .t in jour frvenJsIiip And when sue M i i 1 i m to )awn behind her pocket take up your h'at and go. sweet, long and bitter." Is, Ihe motto. J C i 1 i i When you are put walking ladv. Btridiiig along unt'il, srhe has to" tu keep up nith )oii tho, first UJiiig, JDII know she will run olThome.. JfpUsa.'jnst i i i r t ".iir now she walks, and modulate oar eait ac- 1' I 1 II i ,u cordingly If ilm iiicpts a feniinme (luaiutancc and stops fora n cti.JUlle 'cLat, it is essential that should notf maaifeat i I M )J II t impatience In balancing first qn one foot anil then sn the other.. If she wants to a shop window, stop and though you may not know a ribbon from a railway station When a cros- sing, give her the whole of.it and mcek- 1) into thejnud. her, becoming her bonnetjs, and implore her it tho nest time she goes to; the jou.-r- If you inp ei a rival young gentleman at her houaei dou't be rude, to wont policy in the. world. Be as, polite aa paagj- blo to him; crush him, if courtesy-.. (..'_ T Never laugh- loud in the parlor, and I re- uicmbor to speak'Jow.- It's just as welLnot to talk 'very much yourself; let1 the., ladies have Ihs your society n'Ue blindanddcaf to wiialeicr they, chooso to keep from. your .sight and hcariug a spring cafcaping i from a crinoline, for, instance) or papa iu the hill wondering "aJiethor fellow means' to go homo to Ko- thing is easier than to bo a the ladies Humor them, wait on them, study their peculiarities, be always ready to escort them them when they arc dull, and laugh with, them n hen' they am lively, and though )ou nny be. homely as a bulge fence, they will liU youti tenr times bolter the handsome, Uattkihcid, iwho thinka bib looks arc going lo thing tar him, r r Horarjflcsli ca Fcocl. M. of tno Societ) for Prolcclion'cf a lecture atihe Garden., of lha 15ojs dc KoJnjne on the aJituco'tary of horscflcih. showing; data that the of buteticr'a I. lu "U VC will I. 1.111'Is, wlnUiisso nccessar) to_supporti.lho strength of man, enablinirhiiii 'la bear Ta- u tigue and dituifii, 13 not equal, to tho demand, he thowcd tint if tho.ficali'of dm- ibled horses introduced into .publio i ,1, I.I rut nt I' it wbtild increase the present of incit one-twelfth, and that dsilyproduce npwards of kilogrammes of good rneai, admilltng: ibat the of ohe-lFfd'of th'o liortcs were njcctcd on ac'wuiis of their ditcase-d a proposition Trhfca he considered cxaggsratcd if. DecroiaiTe- niindeii tho audience th-il ia the course of his military career, hid three times .'prescribed _ (he meat of hors-.-rf for his paticutj, iud that in ugypt cspeciallv he bad, by tin- use1 of his aliment, ttopjx J a scoructn; affection w hlch liail broken out in thu inuy. rcccntly.choadded, in tho Crimea, two ccmpauiea of artillery Ind1, by Dr. Ifaude'n'ii advjcc-, hrccl entirely on the flei-h uf.tmferxiTCable and thereby escaped the dbeascs which dfilictud the; rest of tho army.t illo further sated that at Vi- enna; Berlin, Hamburg, Allona.'and other towns, 'horselloshi is lower orders, but by all clasaci of In order to confirm his theory by Icclurcr with ordering a largo, tureen of ibrolh Hindu from dish of vorcd [which, j r t i firtwk vith great IV ;

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Publication: Alleganian

Location: Cumberland, Maryland

Issue Date: January 4, 1865

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