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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - March 15, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland                                i.. i. -i t riii'1.1 1.; v.-UV T-: .'if: mi: b owl 39 tt zj. 001 1 to v_lTiji .auijlfOi ii tirajlfb (tic nui :'ra fcsass orf il ni.i i ...jjv... A JjW___. JV- ..-W 01 lnj. _____ _ !'jJS iii uiidUA Vi VJ.'MlO .an '-V. iii .vtliniitiT. tfimt-izR lit ''.'i Jiiei'l n. cr jrrr, aD.jT urfl tnidJTpari Im'j bus .1 1. ;i j t'ji-.ttwji 'JSTT f-Ts-'i Si r Ofllco'ein1 Mcoliiihic1 Street, 'ncni- the' House. fl.rk ill' thr rir.-mt I IIIAI'K Siiilc's A: Jiiil-nl'iif Ilii! Orj'liiiliV i i ..IIUl '.'A. I ,'lrrl: rii XJTJ.glT3.ogn3> KI.IJAH JOHN J, ii'. S-T.VI.I.IXC I.. S HR1VER CO IW IX DUUGS; C'mSMICAl.S, TAINTS. OIIAV I.AJIIVS tun! KAMI' ..VIHO TUILCT AUTIIM.KS Cornci-iiC, and-jtwlumii; .i.'.nvls. y.' 'CU.MlJK15i-A-N.IJir DKVKO.MUX. AT.EAW, XVi'iU irri'k. in thr 'known tw Ihnlllliivuf the lulu ItiMi .luiiunry II. ru. .t'Oo... CHEHISTS, and I'ajicr Wall Tappr, Blinds, Curttiins, etc.; cl lialtti.' >lrvi'l, few rtutire etc. Cftu There be: Harm iu wilew the (H'Mily Mian% The till tin- lulls; tlir i the wilur il ilictils. tlie ntse nt niiirn, ifit-usilu lit i-ir, Ami fern tltnvtT in rircltnp cliuji Tlieir niyslit- Mt-nvr. Tin- l Art Xfitliyr Tlr.il liiiK iiiti the c iw.k.i.v> ibrx tlaVuny, uu tlie Uii. s nt i Tin- ui L rn j iljilj iui.1 Hit ilie timMing ini-rry i An- is.-uiiijr Cnmi mum i-vr: Ami L-luutls still kiss ihc'hifcl. ..'K'i'ii liijavi'it nutti-iirtli inwt Tlirnujrli twirs'yf ilrw t.ln tliviu niii.iht-ru Im I iton't HiiiiL iln 'you? 31. .M xlo CS-x-o cox- lmlrrlli nil i' Italliii 'Miniufu-tiiriT aiiii Stirtl-frflu' li'aro. lllm-k, ni-ar Ihliimura A Beautiful Seu'timenr.. Clasp the hands meekly. over) thu: still have.no work.to do; close the, no liioru tears lushed part the damp is no in'ore pain to bear. v' Ulufed alike to'lovv's kind .yoibcj and calumny's in that planted a thorn; if fronii you turned1' nway; if your loving glance, and kindly word, and ing hand have too God1 fjrgive you.. Xo fruwn gathers on thu mar- Ijle1 brow as yhu gnri1, iio scorn chUsclcd flush of wounded- feelings, mounts to the blue veined temples. find forgive you! fur your feet, too, must frflnfileatli'g cnld rHilemijMoiigue-njk this Vour.ffiding vyiMjlingers lovingly, on the sunny earth) your clammy hands feels its last feeble iliitte.r. rapacious grave! yet another victim What! no wiifuV of from the household sleepers iVo wtirm welcome of a sister's loving lips! throb of pleasure; from the dear: maternal bosom Silent 0, ifthcsu broken limbs were nevergatli- ercd up! If beyond death's swelling flooil theru. were no. eternal .shore! il for the bark there were no port of peace! If athwart the cloud.sprang no .bright bow of Alisfiir: tli'e loyo'r, iftajs Ixiall, U-vnnd. lion. Win.', il- of, concluded 'an address in ,by nayilig'that ho'hadjitleinpted to koc'p'his' 'mind Valid "the'minds of Ins'a'tididnce away from ilip terrible events. as a nation, were, crowding .upon full like one- (hut walks on Vesuvius.and sees below il entire ;huight; 'gleaming through the and'does' nbtk'tiow'.itwliai instint U' will; burst .forth'' and swallow'-him up. There ,was.a which he had "of'an old man who walking OIIQ dayiiu a: startled by a prophetic' which'' fold', him' that'al tliV .eiid'uf thirty, 'days '.there three ful days and..three, darli uights. of raia earth. Tliat'cvcry -oiie upon whom the rain mud, as would -also thi-tr children.'; The .voice' told' the'old ;hide himself In a cave, space of tlirc'e.'! days-.of njjd ,'at> the, end; thereof bo, could again yit.it bin -fiirmcr end of ihu old'niaVj-following' .the' "prophetic? entered the' cave' a'ild! remained, iherp.thp length-of.time" in which tharaiiiv.byi At lite cndijof that time he came out nndieutered his whata-ehimgc' jlie. coiiditiou'iCif.jjha 'tiutlal, finances: .jjluj h-jaauvb.' 1o wi-i cxjicnMS-'of'the'-Fedcral- fioycrriment'are'n'ot'lIesR tha'ti tfthe .tlMtrt tiny; L'll; ''I.I 'jifr iiiuliuii rKjr.iluy i4j 'raised- byfta'xaUon. !eost-of iupiiortingl' awf Slate'aiid'locaiW-'' olher of local, necessity ,j .leaving two million per tinydor r-uvoni liuudrutl.miHioii'per'iinuirm, .to Ijc-udded-tu ifly crdry .to, two dollars or.jone; .witji 'un.oritnclvi) tpcrict'iit.'.intcr- a gqpdhhaiiy ofioubowh-pcoplti IMI to lend to their .lese 'couiith- is' -iiiriii ivi vii im-iiiu'i-f til pu.r. pay. ir three" huntlrvl luilliun of-dollars: per-ani! than, shu if'her 'riidit'-vrcre .ni-goodi :vfi -tha t' of-'William''U. overthe a.frietid driving a .dag-: 'gee.deep into'tliQ :baek pfiia; friends voiraMof.-Christianily iwiis raised iiii.eulogy: of thoso dreadful' crimes. "And'as'the'bid1 iii -.11. "i 1 in IK nif was looked, ,1111011 with, suspicion. J ,t I. ..l.'.il Uip pmuti houseuud- wilh .jlnldciipair.ht'vituo; plungcdiui to'-thp a'woryof liiadness'it inad.tliau '.to'Tje iThespeaker.said is ;thu..fable ;aml..tliu make their ii. u i: Jlcaily-mide (lullnrsj frava's JJarriod.the otUer I.m3y.- i. Vienna hibi-buun stirred nji lately, by thu eomie result of n stningo' love ittiry. It seems that iii.lhu honsu of onu IIerr Ivuhnu a teacher of languages, a young lawyer, hapjiened to make thu acquaintance of a 'lady 'burdened with soine property' and thirty years. The lady, being unmarried, evinced particular interest ill the young, shy and rutlfttr'abaMicil- nian of lair. .She made love strongly, and pur- sinidiMlihini to visit hur at Utit, alas! he loved another lady. Oiio'evcning, ,_ while with t; l, IK 1 jlie A. i i... "With your' favorable idea of matrimony, may 1 ask ifyoii ever thought of marrying J'r. Karit sighed, and eye itic in have already'thnnglit'nf inarry- ing, and iiiade my ho lady is rich and I'am por.r. 1 am afraid I could hardly aspire'to her hand, and rattier than allow myself to be minlid'dcwgnx.'IHvill b'ury my passion'in my breast, mid leave it unavowed .Al.an early iiyuruf-ihcp following day herself to di in lifgal ftlrm declared her wish topres-l The Tools Great MeitWork It id nut tools" that'innkuituui workman, hut Uicitraincd sk'iU'anU'pcrEevenineeoFtho' man Indeed'- it'Is 'proverbial' that' th niy was his a aime with''every who.'.would' ...j -tr T-'II i i-i--.1 -i r erfruson made niarvellnus i is prove the bad good tool. Smiiu one asked Ppie.by what (wonderful proems he mixed.his colors.: "I inir tliciu with i: the excel.. such an his that, accurately- measured the means-ofa'common penknife, a'tool 'in" cvcrj'body's then' everybody is not'a I'crgurson; A pan of .ly'ater two the tools -.with-which .Dr.; ent sheet of the coni'pqsitiou of light and'thuorigiii of color.' An ji-inuit upon Dr. ATallastou, and rciiuestcd to-bo shown .over his sciciicc enriched by when-tha lloctor toub hiiif into a stmly and pointing to 'an-'old 'tea-tray 'con- tainiiVg a few walchTglasses, teat small "balance aiid-a blow ;pipe, "There ,i3 all the, Stothard learned the artaf.'cnntbininf; col- ors would uftcn.say that tin onu knew he owcd'to thejn'ttny.'iiisactfl. burnt stick and a bnrn'door'scrviwl Wilkie'in lieu of pon- 'eil and first practiceddraw- cottage Vails of ijiia.-iialivq.. vil- his sketches iu Huiijaiiiin Wust'-'madci h'ri first liriiMies'out laid hiniself'Sbirn'in. the 'field in a blanket, a map of the hcavuii7 (if-a-thread- with-small beads on il, ctretijliudibttweon .liiB. 'oyu and the first nibbed the thun- der cloud of its lighting by nicuiis of a kite matlc of two nnil a silk hamlkcr- IAM MERCHANT Ami Italrr in cntaiid iiriSO.OOd i.'r: Kant. '.Wtjcu tlin document had been signed, rsignncd, and duly flic i ehief.. made -liH first model dfthi! L-nndcnH- g steaiii-engiiiu out of nn.olil HATS SIIMHKIK ACnil'TRRME.VrS, _ fat.dowti in.the olnce.iaiid enclosing itiuan nU'gant cbvclope, aJded a lioie.tp thu folltW- j ins cfibct: "Hear have inuch'nlcasnrc' 1 hope re-i u-.glrl who'had beenDat-l syringe, tojnject thc.arliides'prcrion! to dirisectiun.: Gilford worked his first prou-r 1cm in niathcimitics when n ciiblilur's (ice, nponVsnialljKcnips of winch, lie beat siuonth purpose; astronomer, .first calculated celinr scs (in his 't .1 genius niin .to ashes, as a person, that '.is, electriSm can' kiii himself'with hij own lightmng: i should not mcroly- plagui but ako Maiiy Fao'tB 'in' a'Sni'taP Compoii's'.1, .-j. ,..ili 'i'i .us. ..I'l '.nunibcr-cif languages' br.iuciris' ctnild "to iiie I j.h-.l'; f--i.it. 'lliu. average mc-.tl'iHtisaVul w.vr, O every-1 fcv'i ''l'V' C-i t uiiinte. 3 Iicso an, equal aro ungcr "j'lii-ed Ithuii tli'o ive longer tliaii AVomcn .i'1 ...'..'..-jT norc. chances of life .previous to the agu of Jlii! -t; f ulii iftjf years, nuuiber of tuuirriagcfl is'in proportiun of sbv- cnly hhndrod. Is durinc V1 p :ne innntns of .luu rarujaUie. spring are. more robust lhair.the Jtirthsnud deaths aro more frisju'ent by ii -4-'.: T-CT? An eNhihitSon ofi.horsctraining, orimioro place'the at delpiiia" The itogether and a.large uuiubc lSI iiThurei have beeal-aTgreat'I tiplis. frou Ibrefulbi. lias their falsityi oJl'Iio last, tlieoryhas-ffl 'on its sid'oj anil' a presented by a contributor to ,1'K'W'iin vi ,1 that-, all. agrco has-, been, rorincdlfrom.thu .prpstratc3 forestsofaniagd; bifonVmoiw the {ttiuu geuqraj cha'ractrr.til striking a well at Oil City. AVImt'ia ilcft io't taken out, CICS of" at.thQiLcpnclu-] ntleniptwlito do.Jn-.al easUiroii- retorr, an I'rp'vidbncd has felfec'tually .thej lairs iii liulds in' our owii lands, an'd other landH, arq; simply ,what remains in laboratory of by'the.applicatioif of licat bc- low'-and pressure the oil "an'd grease have been driven 'elsewhere.'.11 ,i' Xliooilthilspresspdduthus'trickled through the of the .rgcicsJielow, npwj but.iincalhittmtiiiaua and itto-Uuy'in thu pools and e'roricCs- coaVwliitjli We use it for tlisJ fame.purpose, for mcltinc itris Buporior'jn-ljualityjafiict iititj d ''tie-air .bntialso bccausbldt correct it' will solve" OTIB-'OT lwo'6'tlfer''inicr-' i winch i.. J. v. I I ID is Bored. 1 theBostoniTrayeltir, wnlinc ffom''illc oil T.A 'i'r nia, fullBiviiig1dcscrjntiqu.-1.pf r UIQ driller raises a derrick about I eijiicstriansJ'i o'clock the Tirhfce'sor nladb'h'is 'linncairance ii :i-. vV' ted to enlist. Gcncral.Saiton said: "You tar.'-joftat >l( glad toliavo you In is.the duty ,.of-. ii. bit', to.euliet jn'thu ,thcrcouutry.'i ncaiirtJuqtyoung ,'-r! JAcj.JfrjtJ iLtlG a larfiu fuiaily-aliQuld; ira t j. prpyidp {-for. .theiu: 5 lite family ehouhl Jfotonly. s. tho'.Govemuient i elf ctahccitA rages, fijl-; liers have." The nff, moft thcui.uoir to'pos- LQ oilwirwttr.aiiil1, voii.baTo ,40 .aorcsti'pnly, >j. )r. i -.-j ifrsuru that {jqu. step ;ood biK'traci.- jWish'-'io go w.so ypujdpnoti thhojO rsinope.lQt; s roiT can wooiJ land, 'and ations you, will fmiia.grcaljUiaiy forty should 'divide Youi.arei! to-'havola ,.1 Sliurinan's 'order.' 'Tim" officer natter, iu all- to yRUjX" lio audjby b_ut thcolog -Ait cr-i) very. for mea'of the ,Iiraelitcs.jand lie! any J.'i t- doit.11 The nest .French. 1.. -K-.J is as was proper, was ma pious: vein. .We givclfquic extracts, frcuu .yrliica; it will be seen how doso the negro iiiiUoniunil is at iQlmtoCI oil'l' slatta agl.yctis not.fully j'dcfikcdi. it ,.tomcwhat ,.likt> the-Israelilcs, t h.iil left badiioLreauhedCatjaaai: their future, 'permanent home, but were iui jourpey theirihomesm'-O owji iirovson land was: the also'aro. tlio.'arrangementB of. there lis acotocr gVoat wdrt to bpdone.1-' This Southern "country !isi to :bo token iatreofj after tho.war.r ju.'jxtrt protect awt only thBuntettttroSt the govcrnracDtjiibatiyooririglitaiBiidlitifaHr, lice, that, those who curq comfortable homes this is service tha coantry Benrto-J-' day General i with- stars aniv.baKi oil; tbcar i Xow; white, iiica.thuikla.grettdealof rather .bare, forty .of.krai vtttkmf feet that I ooald.walk oaMtuiy omifeMtrt L Mara; but, inurtj be, iv kfi lEWSPAPERI   

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