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Alleganian (Newspaper) - March 8, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland 1 a i IT i I'll' !i -i i ilt 1 111.1 'I i VOLUME 1. i a i i i i 1 _ i i i n I ii CUMBERLAND, i i. i i 'IMI 'V i i ,1 I NUMBER-44, i In I EVERY "WEDNESDAY MOHNING. Office on Mcclmnic Street, near tho Nutionul House. THKMS UK IKII.I. MS itr uiii, in uiltiinit tiouii fur u iTilml thini Jii'Ueut Ilir fin nil J >MI nf Ihi-Cintilt KrVUft. iif Hum Kit. I1AMI. T. Milpj A. 1 CHI-HOLM. Ju. J of Illu I irlili in I J. I! II. IMWIIKM., lull ill, I'HSCV, A. M. I.. ISO1I. Cmintt riinmil'-iwni lltl'l.TI.V, I.I.I I.VII M.'II.Mi. .lulls J. u. ".T. Ir I.. TOW Cl.tk In i IShTMI. D Fit-! IV PAINTS. IIIIA LXMI'S II.VMk1 I.IH1D-., juvll Alilin f-1 I'linur itF nil urn MiLtt4 If-i.l 1. WIIMIY'S OFJ'I ('I sutK mr.i ht WILMAM ATTORNEY AT LAW, Cl'VELKJ. l.W MI> uf nl- i nil., in ni- kuunii it tin lltliit uf Ilii. l.ili- Iliumi- luiitiuun JLIUIMM II. Hit ii. u: rr.vrsi: .1 en., DRUGaiSTS CHEMISTS, ftit tftttrfn t.itfrftl L'fHtrr JOHN r.. Cpliolskrcr and Paper Hanger, Ami Wall Paper, Blinds, Curtains, etc., etc. Uillii. flnt l, 11 fiu ilmifs nl ovi1 1'tiiit- M. M. KKAll.N'UY. TATIx.ol.oisn.lo O-roooar, In WINKS i.nfmiits CiiiiilK-rliiiiil Mil AC. Mu'lo, is LOUIS FASHIONABLE Barber and Hair Dresser, ill in IIM lint lo nil U till. we Jl tfalH-r .S ml A I'mimr i J iiiiuin Hu% Ii H A. U1M.T. I Hanlirarc. Irnn, Steel, futlnrj. itlil ct.iii'lf ciirni i RiltiitMirt nnil M i luiiiii M. IMIrrln Slincs. Hats. Tajis. Trunks, etc. :i nturj llliu.k, I'Hiliiiiinrfitint. KA lliiniiRiitiiiir ijl I Tiu. Copper, ami Slicrl-Iron H'arc. nx-k'' nnr the lui'lfc, Itiliunun i-lml. i SW "J 1 Dirikr in Books, Stnlluiirn and Tancj limit r Ibh ullrr llilt, ltdltininrr ftni t. r onx it m-ir Ilit' f IfSre on Itji "NTTlS i I in-ill rm Reailj-imtlr Collars, Minns, ne., ini'ilc (In- I'li'l-oflii-p il n i i iTi r, is. TAILOE, jinn i. it, IHnUr'in Pry Gnotls, Xiitinns etc., .t Mlnrr lllurl. Riltfl. rlrtT.1, JJnrtrif. A DEAB BABY SONG. M hut lltik liiriho rut In lur in -I ;il jut it ilni l.i I UK- Hi, IniU-lniilie, Miiilitr, lit nn tU num. llinlii n-t a Till tin Iltlle uro Ni n hllli 'UlLU tllfH 11UUV. U lull lilllf Imlu Nil- Ill litr iKtl ill irtrir nl' UP, IRp Ifnlr Mnlii, llr I: tin u lillu Itnijjrr, lill tin lilllc II pin u little r, Riliji liHihlullfij uu ir. OF Tin: ANNIE'S SAVINGS-BOX. is one of my glove-buttons lid sifter Knto, as -'ie was pn p iriug to go out. "How provuking il A glove looks -o untidy, unfa-toned." .fn-t wait i moment, said Annie, "I believe I have some glove-buttons in my mil opening the lid, she took out a little tin mustard ami pouring the con- tc'iiK into her nprnii, found the nitiilc. lltr nct'dlc nnd silk -non -owed il on. and "he was well repaid by a kiss from her sister, and a hearty "Th ink you, Annie de.ir: your little of curiosities is a perfctt gold mine You ran always find the ryhl thing and she tripped don u the sli quite sati-licd that all was "How I nip Inreyou had the bov, imisin A u ho was spending a wetk the house. -into -he can lenienibcrl T -till her mother, liiiglmig. "She always nas a careful little thing, from the time she i (mill toildle about the floor. She to in ike little eollttliiins of buttons and tam- arind -tunes, mid I do not know what all, when -he was four or five years old. It i- a good habit, though, and I am sure we arc. all indebted lo her every day of our lives. It would be 11 cnriiteity to ktep an atcount, day, of the she has." think t Xtil. "Where e in I find a paper and pcutil Y' Annie opened her bus. again, and tool: out the half uf an envelope had saved, cut- ting off the torn side, and a little piece of pentil Mime one Ind swept ont of doors. "You cm Eil down three things to begin -iid she, pieie of piper, and pentil." .Iii-t then little Mirtha came running in, .tlie ofi" htr bonntt, and she in "-nch a lo said her n.other, who w.i- bimy making mince-pic-. I'p went the lid, and this time a lit- tle hi" containing all -ort- nf odds and end'- nf nld strings and ribbons, was overhauled. The light thing wi-sure to be there, and taking 11 thrt nled in Lille from a cushion it w sewn! on in a minute's time, and wis d incing off her phy. "Xiin.bi r till Xed, as father time iu ami a-kcd Anniu if she would find him "n good-trong (ow-ptriiig. He wanted to nicinl his harness enough lo drive lo llie linker'- and Jmvc it Alii'lhci hag was produced, which tonlilncd jn-t wlmt wts wnnhil, and with a "Think you, daughter, you aw a treisure, and so i" your he went lli< way. lake yniirnork, and don't stir from tint lorn.-r Haiil Xed, "you'll be wanted. I'ou might set up a store If they all Ind as many eit-tomers these hard times, they would thrive. Well, Tommy, vvli it t in we do yon Tommy did not ,lt-ign to ghnco at bis eott-iu but went 'traight to Annie. "I ham my nlitten, -isler. and I cili'l make a snow nnn withoul it. Can'l I have KKIiKXHKCK A .tOIINSDX, 1 llml.TS tlotks, ITaldics, Jewelry. ,'Sihrr anil I'l.ATKI) U.MtK. itr, S'nl itoor to Pmt-fllllir, IWtitinirv ttm-t. Annie smilul ami said to Tommy, "If .sister Mill give you another mitten, will you go out and look haril for the lost ono'i" The little fellow promised, ind wasbid to go and warm his feet by the fire a little while. Annie took nut a paper pattern and O Restaurant nnd Saloon, a bit of thick cloth, which was cut into n pli.ipe and fctted up, all in fifteen ___ ____ j minutes time. Ned looked on. dumb .witli WIM.IAM ItLAKIi, I aiiniiratinn, secretly to learn a les- MEHOHANT TAILOH, M i Ami in I HATS "cl "P a HV' '.-AW IIKNTS' ings-box'i It is v ery easy nnd very dclight- N'cn lllinfe.''ltiillliiiiire street, npiKwite wjlat is more, will bo Useful, tlie loil-oniiv. i i if ii i. not only lo yourself, but those around you. AV IU.IAJI I1UXT, TO PEAY. ,1 What is pnycr? It it not ill utltrance. It in not a fueling of coinpla- ecney vtith 1 It in not n fueling of inttlleetu.il eatniM.1. It in not n repetition Bridlcn, '.nl Whipn, Hnrncbi, etc., bcginninji. The little of when. Krpt otliur Xn.i t am not, but I am whis- the Hottcntnt. Ag tin the Dutchnian read; 'I f ift twite1 u the vvcuk; J of all I I don't pray (-0. What thsll I do.'' the aniiou-> savage. The good man read 'on until he c-itne to( he public. 111, who "would" uot lift so ninth is his ejts to i "That'h cried tllq hearer. "Stood nfir read the other. "That'- where I ninK" said tlie Hottentot. Mnole upon his brta-t, saving, God lw merciful to me n sinner' "Thnt'H inc. that's my tried the iwakonod African, nnd sinllinp on liit- ilnrk brra.it, he trieil, be merciful to me a until, like the poor he went to his house a sad happy man. 1'ttrifh Story of a Shepherd Dog. A writer in the I'rairie Farmer, over the signature of "wool tells a long marvelous story about hip ahcphcnl from which we make the following extract: I will mid a short account of what I to do with my dog which I "tar, tho-e who have never a well bro- .011 dog work, vi ill lie apt to class among dog f toric" 'Colonel' was months old, I trove vuth him a Hotk of sheep from Ohio Li Itliiioi', "pending fortv-fuven d.ns on the road, lie Inn] nevir been bthind a Hoik uf iheep until the daj Tft.irted. Infnnrwceki time I touM him to a 'hundred-aero picture, and be would in.ikc a tirtnit of it and bring the Hock out -without Invingn sheep, and without hurrying them ont of the walk. By the way, it is very important to break a dog to go clow the must of are too eiger and hurry too much I ferritd the Wab ish Attita The boit riu up on a low-level bar where I litre were no or fences to assist in getting Ihc sheep aboard. With two bands and the ilng I lo ulcd the boat without hav ing to ealeh one of (belli, and the nude five lifnt loadn. I got tip on the bnnk where the dm; eould sec me well, aildthen bj mude him jam the ftotk 'down tight to the boil, and when well jammed up, mount on their and bj barking and nipping imtj-c-' enough to call it biting pinned them right in. Xu tcu men vvilhout a dog eould have loaded llieni as toon, if thtj eould have done it at all. "When I had oteihion lodrivc not In ex- reed ten hundred i-hccp a few T Want- ed no other help but the- I have driven that miiiy sheqi along the rind six or eight miles, whore it was unfcnrcd, Kime- tinics on one and Fomctinics on the other, and sometimes on both being ahead of thoflotk, the dog behind, the sheen .strung thnuigli the timbi.r that t did not ?ea the dog for an hour at a time. "When the flock got to spreading out fan shaped, as? a flock will wheni there is a cinncc ti) pick, 'Colonel' would go out and turn in the pasmng up jnit far rn- ough for that purpose, and no farther. He used, apparently, as much judgment in pas- sing up tljc side of the (look just far as would a man. When lie wax in donbi about and order, he vtonld Flop ami look back un- til the order wis repeated. I liave many a day driven all over the prairie and taken a flock in every direction by walking on be- fore, leaving him to brill? the sheep after me, without looking at or ypcaking to him. I could sciul him two miles uut iiitu the pni- rie liter n thousand rliceji nliieli were strung j fur half a mile, and he vrould 'collect, and drive (hem all up to urn. I hav o' on mil other dogs which would do the fame, but none but him thut did i not rush th'e tliocp i loo hanl u "I tould send 'Coluntl' over ;t fence on a quarter of a mile, toslaml in Hue to pntf'iiE (Ifc Hoik from turning otitof the mad. T hav e he'rded a thousand 'sheep with hiui for weeks on jiicivo of grifi siir- roumltd by other cmps. When herding on n piece of grafa boundid on tno or more' "iilis by other 1 Matched on one' aide and let him guard the remaining His ininner watt lo steal ijnietly iilong ill tho edge of the curn whtrovcr he saw the sheep approaching too near, and show Iiiiu'c'lfmeru- ly eulficii nt to make thtui to (urn their hcadu in another direction, vet not enough lo frighten them over to the other of the Belli." t THE PACK OF, GAUDS. A'noblcm in in the city of Tjondott', kept a great number of Deposed tonsiilerahle tonfidtnve in win of them, which cxcittd ajn.ilotidy in the others, viho, in or- der to prejudice their master against him, aecnwd him of being a notorious gamc'-tor. called up and Tnterroguted elo'-elj; but he dtuitil the the same time de- claring he had nc-v er phiv ed u g.imu of e-iriU in his life. To be fully convinced the gen- tlemen ordered him to be win n' 'behold ,1 ji.iflv of tarils' u is found in, his puckct. Highly at JiH.l.V uaiit) of tlic nobleiimn demanded in a rage, bow be (hired to purfi-t nn iinlrnth. "My icplicd lie, "I 'cortainl} do not know the meaning of a mrd; in pocket is tnj ilmanai k." nur nl- minatk, indeed; then I de-ire j on to prove' it." "Well sir, T will begin. There arc four Hiiits in the pick; tint intinntcg the four qutirttrs in the 3ear; as there are thirteen cards in each (suit, there arc thirteen wccka in a quarter. There are also the same num- ber of the tw eh'e signs of the zo- diac, thro' which the etccrs his diurnal course in one year. There are fifty-two cards in a pack; that directly aim worn lo the number of vi tcks in a year. Kraminc them more minutely, and jou will find three hun- dred and sixty-five as nuny as there are dajs in a year; multiply these by twen- ty-four anil sixty, and'jou will havo Ihc cx- nct number of hours and minutes in a year Tims, sir, T hope T hive convinced you that this is my atnitmtk; and by jour lordship's permission, I will is my prajcr book alxo.< I look upon the four suits us'tlio four prcviiiling religions; Christianity, -Tu- Mahomcdatiism, and I'tginisn; the twelve court card" remind me of this twelve from whom ipuing the twelve tribes of lamcl, the tuclvo Apostles anil llie twelve articles 'of ('hriilian 1'ailh. The1 king reminds me of the allegi.inte due to his nnjejily. The queen, of the same toiler i m ijesty. '1 he Ion brings to 1113 recollettion the ten cities in ilia plains of Sodom ind Gomorah, df-hojcd by fire and brimstone from heaven; the ten plagues of l-gjpt; the ten commandments; the ten tribes cut olf for their vice. The nine reminds me of t he- nine the nine noble orders among men. The eight reminds me of the eight! beatitude.-; the eight attitudes; the eight j pcreoiiK im.ntiiim.-l in scripture to ho rck'T-LMl from death to life.' reminds me of fhe icvcil spirits thatstand before tho Ihrpnc of God; the seven seals wherewith thu book of life is scaled; Ihc "even liberal and viences giv en by God fur the of nnn; the -even won- ders of the world. The six me of the six petitions contiine-d in the Lord's prayer. The five reminds me of the five -eii-cs given b} lo see- ing, felling, la-ling, and smelling., The fdurputs me in mind of the four evangelists and the four seasons of thojear. The three reminds me of tho Trinity; the three hours onr Pavionr w.is on the cross; and tho three days ho lay interred. The two reminds me of the two and the tvvo contrary principles struggling in ami vice. The ace reminds me of the only (rue God, In adore, worship, servci'ono faith to one truth to practi-c, and'one good misler In serve and obey." "So fuMcry null, paid the nobleman: but I bcliovc you have i omitted one knave." "J "True, knave me of your lordnliip'n 'Jhc nobleman beeame lucre plcasctl with than before, freely forgarc him, raited his nnd discjiarged tlic'infurmur. The rcx-on fo few nnrri.igcs arc is bceausc Doling Tadics spend their lime in making ncls nf e.igo. J too brief for our deeds., HI "Come and See Me." Never lake and see a phrase meant in earnest, nnlibs it is wtoro- prniwl vrilh n ilile. An inrit.ilidii vvtlhont' "urcnnislance" istlo Inviljtion at all. pund lijKiu it, if gentleman or 1 nly hen all the little of cbanns which both pluycd EO skillfully be- fore the Wedding-day i has been too miny seem to think that nothing remains but of the legal chains that bind .them-to each other. -ThcMvifo seeks to develop in her aflrctton no new attraction for tier husband; and the latter perceiving the begins Ui brood over an u'ncon- gemality which does not exist, inw unsur- irles in the way of bis cirthly felicity. This is the true secret. The wo- man who (harmed before marriage can charm aflerwinl, if she will, though not of cour-e by tlic same means. There arc n thousand if sho will study them out, in which she can make her home to attracliv e that her hu-band will unconsciously dislike to ab-c'tlt himself from il, ind so ein read- idly make herself the particul ir duity of the domestic paradise. This done, hhc may laugh at the attempt to illieliato her husband's and with thc-c incli- nations will always go, in such cases, his ac- tive judgement. ,j I STOI.V HITII A young man who was pnjing special attention to a 3oun, lady, met wilh the' following incident duriii; one of his i Iking invited into the parlor lo await the l.iih'H appearance, he cnturtaincd himself an best 'ic might for POIIIC time, and vns be- eoming very wrary, when a little girl about five years old slipped in and began to ton- verse with him. "J can said the, "uhcn jou aro coming to our house." i "Von he replied, "and bow dojou tell "Wiry, when jon arc going to bo here, fi'lcr begins lo sing and get good, and she pivcs me pike, and pie, and anything I want; and "lie sings so sweetly vvhcti you arc here, anil when I speak to her she smiles so pleas- antly, I wish jou would stay .here all tin while, then I would have a good lime. Hut when you go off, Biftcr is not good. She gets mad, and if I ask her for anything, she slaps arid bangs tnc about." .This was a poser for thu young man. "Fools and children tell the quo ted ho, and taking bin Lit, ho Ic'ftaml.rc- turned tio'more. Mimu. wishing their ill na- turcd datigntcn mrrried, should keep their small children out of the parlor nhenstran- j new are there. t T I Time hak mado hfcitoo long for hopes bill .ii -EDUCATtOMV -----v n ..t ..Tim JUnvL.tin Scnooi. puu- at >cr nnnttml by J. TTnruiffl iVCo us rcaebedjits 7th It o Jlii edueation-d inlcnfts of lTie5titc, amt well conducted. 7 We copy the following1 >uggcstive> artitlc from the last.nuuibcri 1 Tcnohors' 'It is' wise to-learn from the example of aihers. has one V Ihe'U-st stems" in the system r vhicli, in ila practical worlingi exhibits thcr vwdom of tlioVwVio framed it. m is not au leach hny- where in the Plate. IJiil it all persons-who teach, cannot .avail, them- selves of the benefits of theseOTormal Schools, icneo provision is made for the organization ii -1 M j t. 2. NIL TitiJici s are divided into lold a session of one dayi bvery two weeks; ;nd the County Institutes, but one oi tuo sessions por y'e'ar.'j ".'j All the teachers; in tlie county; arccspce- led to nttcnd Ibe County Institute, I A.-prc- siding officer By- tb'e usual number of assistants, and, cotmnrltteaV'aml teachers' appointed to tcaclr, xachcrs, in tho branches usually in ilie common School room. -The day is spent 'Class and in _. 7ioir tit teach ,Tbc evening id Cmpfoycd! in discussing questions relating hearing reports, and in public mddncss- i. i Alb teachers lake part inilfceso ;crctjC3.' Uy the' class drfllu' by compar- ing" by consulting the teacher, is better prepared, discbarge his duties in the pehool tules awaken'educational zeal the-com- munity where they'are held." Bytucirin- lluenee, parents learn to co-operate with' tha teacher. Trustees arc led roineily dofccta ill the architecture; of the school room; and all handa working m unison; tbo moves on grandly.'' It is a fvtcl; nnilu Inimlllnllity one; that our noble 3Iaryland, has neither' Jforiiinl Schools, nor Teiehcrs' Instilulcs'. jOur tcichcrs, in the main, untrained, our schools, arc, as n consequence, quite Our schools, and especially those in the'ru- ral districts, the Ladgrvuntj; and un- leca come determined effort is made iu .the right direction, arc destined ito remain in the back ground' "There is mnch truth .in the old rjttxl tchhot, l-mticr, .Oncithing is certain, we can never improve the condition of our schools, unlcsa we raise llie standard of our Ilovr staiidaril to be raised, do you ask? normal schools to do it in, nor hay u tho li'mc to wait until thlsc could bocptablfeu- cd. lint we can have the tes, line? ire ant Imit titan miirf if we will. T.et these Institutesibu, established in every county in this (fair, in- Huente be once Uiobow of promise will be visible above our educational .Iiori- n I i" T i zon. i '1 i Preachers of Ihc Gospel, meet in Confer- ence i to talk over tho things pertaining in their calling: Doctors of liavo tbpir societies nnd meetings; Lawyers, have their Iryiil icliodt; farmers, culturu Societies, but the. common school teachers: of with whom docs ibo moot fur improvement in his high and Ecbo'aHfwcra whom! Do low salaries; parental general apathy nnd lack of STKct-ss in 'ichool- room? Complain no b'ut go towprk, organize the clcvnle sion; dcren'o moro by leaniinifC Icack bet- ter. Do not be droucV iu w> glorioiu cal- ling, ag that of. teaching the niiko your profession honorable by honoring i 1 A jnan "is oftencr haled by tlic manyjjUIi- out reason .than, Thcroiis nobody uo iiba.-K.il ithitt'lie i
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