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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - March 29, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland                                l i i L ir I ir -c irr-n J r x H a n i ttHT It l. HI I I. f J -Li K L el! il >'t mini let I .1 I J I I III S .aaD ncrfl i io v .lit! yiu'inom u i i "ii iSnm.i'iiei-i'iIitf.rti'j iii .tdtmUl ii i ''in n but i. rjvm t'm ii n e i.Tiiifsiij .'1 In lijint iii HniJir-jl-! Jr-i'l iVpLUME.L-.'jJv i r CTJMBEBLAND, WEDNESDAY, MARCH ,1. H' I- .j i I I .11. ryr i n ll- 1 ,_ ,7, Offlco on Meclmnic Street, near the 4 National HOUHC. r TWO DOLL MB JUT InhirUMiK h iu1rann> No siilisiTijUiun ul.cil Ilir a tluul six niimtlis. Judge of Ilie Circuit lion, J SMITH: Clerk of Ilio Cinuil lloit RegUter of tt 1UKM Tit. HAhlb T If htnle'a GhO. .1. Tlltlt'STOV. J.VMKS Ju. i Judrej of tile Urplnitl 8 Court k i jl. II. JI O.UIPRKI.L, 1'Hiin, r, i L. JJLWl.qi CaauU s X nur.W3 isinr.r.i.v, 1 i i i.i hUJAlt JtHI.N HKt.Il i J J. II. STVLUNOS. f, J. J, f m 1.. TOW Clerk tn J VCOtl CH A3. 0. SHRIVER OO. tuvaior.usli.fc WiUViL ill PEAI.F.IIS IV bnuas, cirBMiCALS. P ini.s i vMrSnnii i.uii1 (ji rMlFIiMCRV. nncl FAMJV llHI.bl AIITK I.hS Cornir liiilliniurc nnil Mnlmnlc slims. Juno 8, l SClILKV'h LAW OFFIQC, of mui cani.h WILLIAM ATTORNEY AT LAW, Vi ist sMe nf Vt ul> cmh, In Itonm- known us UteUllUt! uf lllc lult Ihi." is IMt-umm Januarv UT Iritl5. 1 1 n. LK co DETTQQISTS CHEMISTS, Lftiftrn f ifxrty Crittre .S XD. Mil t'p'johtcr'er anil I'ajtrr llanjcr, I Adit Dwtler Wall Bliuda, Curtains, etc etc. Baltu t, it fi-U   "Ik-iUrm Boots, Shoes, llalst Cajls, Trunks, etc., McfWp 3 Slorv iHllindn. WILLIAM JIOlllIltlUD. Tin, Copper, ami Sheet-Iron MMrc, brogkV DUxh, notr Mtinnire U-VIJi SWAlllVaVK I t i [i Dealer In Stationcry'and Fancy Conils, Cadcrllehiilcrc Hull, Il.ilunioreiln.-ct. ASDllKW GOXDKR, t Pc.ikr in -Bade Collars, Crarats, SHIHTH, UIIAWEItS, rtv., lUltlmom opposite1 tlic I'ottt- MERCHANT TAILOR, AX1) Kit, treet, nor tlm Tiilihe Njimrp A., P. SIIKPHKttD, i 'i 'I ripiltr In ftrjr N'otions, Carprllnj, rlc., McEelv'i 3 Story Illnck, Ibilln tinrl, KELENBKCK, JOriNSON. I lit i i 11 Ucnlcn in Watches, Jewelry, Sllrcr and ,i ,PiATED Xext door to PoatOIHcc, HiUlinuin; WttLIAM T, TA1LOH, cr In HATS CAPS, SOtDlERS GESTS' ronsisiH.so GOODS. 'itfew.tfockj'1 Baltimore ctmt, M.n .ijomra; WIDEXER, .1 JUSTICE OP THE FCWE, Office on Battinore street, near tlic I'ulilic Sqnnre. 11 8 WIUEL iIIYAMS' i l rt 11 u i IwBwtaurant and on hind. WaUh'i Block, Baltimore itmt. MAKER. itrect, few doom north ot tUlliaiore. Hv hand and are offered for tale -iBwbw Mid-Hair, TXTtTIS all and wmctt tn Ins Hot, to .111 I on jrcdigiutJUnrt, ntw Loirndn A. CrMBr'i h' January S3, _ ANNABEL LEE. Tlic r.ilhmlnd tanuliful JHHIII unul 1 hue yirc-n iiinnortntllt to tho mune of nuthor, Filpir At- Kn if his othir great worksliuil It nuinv nnd nlmlv ii vtir oj.i, _: In n lir ihu swi, ,Tlwt d maiden there littd uhtiin may Lnun Itt the linnib of AiilnlH.1 And Ihijt miiden Hrwl wllh wilier tlluugllt Thun to lure mid Iw lured hr ule. I a child and vas a ehihl, In lhi oung strangcri So complete, was the illu- sion, that the strcrfgcr received shouts of at its conclusion, and notwithstand- ing the stranger's positive denial of singing a word, the passengers insisted it was well done. During the singing, the Signoi was again peste-red with the burring in bis ear of thu indefjtigablo waxp, and seemed utterly unable to free himself from this tcnictous insect r "iTotf, reiriarted tho slrarig'cr, 'as yon insist I have been singing a song, though entirely unconscious of the act myself, I think U bnt fair that Blitz should1 favor Us with a sotig iri J1 At the sound of Blitz's name, all were on the gui liir, and now, as tbe character of the in tolerate joker was understood, tbe party insisted npon a song Uhlz tell yonj gentle- men, I am no singer, never cang a wing iu my life, except vcntnloqnally." A a (looking around i) "who spoke; who says i can A Voice (gruffly.) "I do." NothwitlisUndlUg all efforts to find, the ho was von at, and the by-stand- ers supposed the voice a trick of the Sig- ner's A, ,Voice (apparently ffdrfl who, was annoyed by (lie (nifting of the wasp.) "I'll 1 did dot cannot sing; there must1 be a ventriloquist here'." 1 'I A Voice (apparently1 tho' "Should an old acquaintance be ,_ good don't sing i I r' am not singing, gentlemen; tins is a ruse; The song remarks of1 the Signor were interrupted by, another attack of tho wasp, and ithc' (Jissengcrs were InSghing tt tho efforts of tbo Signor lo keep off stinging, butiing intruding insect. i( We explain; there is another' bore. I sure of it, and I think tiU oar friend, imut the PaaScffrfftfS tiro "Are yon B aul! 'Stranger (blindlj.) "Wi'tn ai Vln V1; >M ,uwl-u -in Blitz (slaring at tie ,'yoilng i "And your name Stranger (sttUiag.Y tte' vli- anl and Teritriloqiiatl" jt -i lllitij, "And 'the totilbdnded wasp -was noihing tHor ndHess J "Wytnaifttle Tho two wizards shook liailds ii car lily, while the passcugen enjoyed a langh "which fairly shook the boat from stern to stern, add for the balance Uf the' trip there was' no end to the fun, Tim Ittmt was stopped by Blitz, started by Wj man; Blitz got up a falsa alarm of firo, and 'Wj-man bureti the boiler, to the holy horror of several old maids, t Vlitt bolted wllolu potatoes at the table, i Wyman1 stowed away chickens alive and kiekingT Blitz 'liad a duzcii bringing' the wrong1 Wjmun hud does ahd edtn Under the table; and, thbiil bolll, the bjilendid stea- mer, "Goddeasof was completelj- turned into a stage, with the "Comedy of Errors" updtt it for thc'ainusoiiient'ofjthrce hundred plssbngerS ,_ Doth wizards have since become intimatc- i j ly aequainlcd, and they hare many a heart) laugh -at the fun crcaicd on the .Mississippi by the rival ventriloquists J i i A MAN WHO tiAa.KuT'SLEPt.rOa ovm FouttTErt At iprcsent thoro in a soldier at'the Glicstnnl HiUOIililary Hbspi- -fat, who has not sjop'l'for' il i I I il in l! i i 1) ui. singlo [moment for fourteen ,jcars ImontLs. This t 1 bo. ia 'but, j 11 ie ffu'e, and 'can1 be verifiKi by number of persons. The1 isj an luaa, naturally, ..uJfii liiS tjadj the 'benefit of "education His namo'is C.'D. of Company C. Thirfte'ntH''Yifgini5 Volnn- tccrs. lie' entered the service, of lie tJni- led States op December, 18, 1303. iJIc'is in tho filrly-fifth year of hia''ago.il Hin health been generally eie-cllcnt 'during his 1 1 jl 7, Iu 1840 he was attacked with tlie cholera. and since tliat period with Inng fever, on tiro occasions. In the Summer 1850 sleep for- sook him, and since thai 'time he 'has never felt the icait drowsy. He. has alwayleda If., temperate, hfu. children, re- side in Putnian county, ,West Virginia, Siuco lie entered tho Union army He has been1 on Bcrcn raids and fonf 'd tiring which time he inforrtiS'iis tliit'lfe ne'vcf felt tircdjOr sleepy' _ iW was in i tbe foar filili- gcs beyond Warper's Ferry, jVa. on the 17th, and 20th of .last Au-' gust, and yet did not feel tbe least 'sleepy. !Why it is ho carln'ol'atliTdbeS rfoVsIcfp1 is as miii.li n rojfitcry ftfairifiU'itk'Wnlaily sci- r Jji! ,1! J-cll j-clla nE %l c jfitcry cnfific gentlemen, wbo, baring bad their at- tention called to ihate been astounded in their attempts lo cause. Upon one'occasion, atbis rcqucsl, a num- ber of gentlemen watched him for forty two nights consecu- tively in order, if to tlie cause of the wonderful Tb'cs'e gentlemen fuok turns with" each' in the progress of watching, 'so that if he should happen to sleep it would be observed Some of 'the watchers bccarrfc drowsy', and 'it was as much as he could do'to awaken II Ill-, r This singular man 'was' sent lo .tffitofej- pliio, by; order of tliu field surgeon, lie was admitted into thci hospital nt Chestnut ;Hill on tho1 17th of November suffering from thn chronic diarrKeoa 'and rncutmJfisa. Ho has nearly recovered, from physical ,3tts- bility; his appetite, la but jet he does not sleep. He retires to bed, the game as dtheT soldier's but he cannot slceep] He simply roccircs'jihysieal This "brief narrative of a'onost irondcrjut phcnnmpnon may scdrtl but the reader is -assu> red that it is the truth. j Ti'iit OrrcsDED gentjema'n Ify- ,inp in lodguigs. and dirty weather, mueh" annoyeot rtlrf tits- tress of thu house, she desired tt might pul away. To'( corhpjy willj requcsl, without' thinking animal any inju- ry conlmcJ oh'o cotenin'g to en- ter tho house 'and .shut, tbe'door ap' suddenly that the doe was excluded. Being'nirwiU- ing to liis faitbful he rose carlyftc abd .rrenl ?H.pSwnii of to'liis grcsvl joy found it walking on a warf ftliich he had been accustomed to was, however, much ftea surprised to' "find that all IcmpLi to inviU tbe creature to h'n caresses treated The dog, as if unmerited insult it bad 'received, disowned tbewra who hwJbeen cruel ciclade'H from tbojiou4i. it sub- sisting'.jby roving ef- or overtures cotild efer .induce (be io its former oracr. The nog finally taken a; tlllpjual car- ciuity joined one- ganTegiujcBtSiand weak forth for bia couatrrM ITc klmseK vitli especial bravery, nJotod.j, After, ,of, fwp jeara be iras baSly wottlidia; while in tbe boepital at Xitfhviileiie'ifceitKe a5qtMmtM with dyouflg girl Mmed Koiily GrecnVwhot licF'fathch tilother 'tBOtlteV1 ifiter' hw beondriven thltbeTlS'afold' Ok irtcnaJeAness a competent DUtse. ,ri lo I in IIIIIK -i i .fau niiTo make d ridry AtH ,'ffle UrtfjW- camq aH agTeeioebt of> en'tcfed iijitf.J'fHlfyonng'bfly to tbe termination of, of enlistment; but tbe latter, ffrerStnfcwHB wh'it 'he {hottgtai tHd fntttfe JIM! -id upcSi i jete fcetaortMe i i il? t ,.-i -l U J course. So, soon as Ins woand ena to travel, his wa.liipt lietwoen the parties, and'tlio ypnng cral months since, crossed to Canada and be- came1' a' 1 -1 tiia't be hs'ibc'en.d'isch'arged from'tte sc'mce; he gradnany silreiy.preTiiledlupoB lior that IbatiwaB the Im iii Jaesday.nig ,1 uesuay.niguw j ,0. oufdy ibeea to irieet SitiSjieiiiSat the facts reUtiW 'vh'n Caldwelf Idat, i Ovorcbfite wiffl fricf; tliSi girli WM poinfof attcmpling''a' fetuft'lcr Nirtrnfe tfjtofl Consent' bcinWivrfl. neither ot jjsir bad i i' a money cnopgh to the rleccSsary h- cenw couldr be ut iMe )jj to i nir I nr.Vf ;ono or ttvo Qnttlde palrtiea scrvicer'of' Jnsfiee Sntf' ice, abbul tBe i n J. fa> i. ,the ItUle, below, giO Centfatdepot, ilhefeetf wew paid on ttt> f CllttCf j of itHe-lMffe were bade {MildS; starled1 for'tbe CanaSi side, ,CtQ firtmi on tbls nide'mi -t u irijlta i-i siT eeteniojry cttjfwiary eoS- gratulatlonS were btlug pcrforwad, wagiwhobad'leanwd -the Boldieritbat (f-ocrWiD attempting' id croii therirtr iithotot tkd to a Beat jn, the' rtti Ump assumed tbe Vijoke bad boetf carried tie nlattcrnW poftiotf of in "Euthin.' to Detroit rf (W. Vai) sevcraj of the Legislature took tfre cars irf tnp "evening1 of 'tl'o" for whccHngl 'and of fMnewffit largii prOpiftJons pfiysicallr, Mf. 0: rfptoiAJrfionitwndpntffeV'' We AtelwaflP'''- nndcr the legislative YroAe, and'was'silting by lyhdy'cairne'abordBnd' dcsfreS ivl took' a you occupy rray place" k'Jy 'disroroa am HjftttHh .ionic caisc; cc of fixr   

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