Alleganian, May 31, 1865

Alleganian

May 31, 1865

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Alleganian (Newspaper) - May 31, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland VOLUME II. CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1865, NUMBER'4. VERY "WEDNESDAY MORNING. pinco on TiTcclmnic SUccr, near the Nutioiial House. liOVE. or IHI1.I.AK.S ix.r in lakra a K-M iiriliil Ihm MX Ju.lin of UK- Cin ml Hon. J.VS.SMnil I'krkul Uio I'rcuil JIOJUCK ItfcSI.Kr. iiiv-i-u i- .LI -CKO. w. nouvws. I'. GhO A. Tllnr.STOS. IAM13 flllsllOLM, .'p. Juil of I'IL Uriili in Cumt j. i: ii I'uii'iiKi.r., UOn'il.Ari I'Fl'.GT, A. M. I- llfall. IUIM r CM ninnn.Y. KI.UAU JOHN ISCI.L, .1. 11. j. I, -T-iv 3. TuuS'SlllLVn. L'lirk JAUOI1 IIIIOH'X. CHAS.C.SHRIVER CO. WllilMvSU.i: J. RKT.VIl. nr.Ai.rtty iv fiirKMTOALS, TAINTS, IIIL.S. [.AMPS .imu.uii- coons, dirtier nf llgltiiiiurc ttiiil j Junu 8, jAMHrf M. seiners n'Ksrarvi: UP WILLS' MIX WTIiliTAM ATTOItlfliY AT LAW, MD. suic 'I'" J.IIDWI otfn p oClliL 1 ite Tlioiui" DCIW.UIOU. Joniliri II. l-V.-i. II. LK KKVUU 00., DRUGGISTS Se CHEMISTS, 0 I Tf, Mil, -it l.'l-rli, ,j Crttlrr Xtntl', MIL JOHN" K. UUCIv, FnlioMrrcr nuil Paper Hanger, Ami Hmlrr in 'Wall Paper, Blinds, Curtains, etc., etc. Jtalln 5trcrt, :CA.tt ilwir? nlMjre I'ust- Olbic. in PROVISION, nsir, TOBACCO, citi.uw, JU-. Ilnltimnrc A. M. L. Hugh's Tiilmc- luhtim, (JinnlH rl mil, AM. .Mil 111, Htft. mSD LONG, Dc.itcr in aro, Iron, Steel, futlcry, clc., nM at.itnl, Lamer lUltiiuurv anil Me- MtNKB, Disilir in Shoes, HaH, faps. Trunk', r Mi Kn's's Kloiy lllluk, wihLIAM MOISKIIIUU, M.itiur.irtiircr of Tin, Copper, anil SlicH-lroli Ware, itHilu' Illnil., tinr Hit- liriiVc, Ili'llimnrt1 Slalionrry and Panry Gonils, UmUr IMuilire Hill, IWlhnorc drtvt. iltr in Ilcaily-ranilo .SHIRTS, DllAWT.IW, niltlinoniilnit, opiinsitc the IVI-offlre. A S 1) C I. U T II 1 i: K Jim t, nnr tliu J'nliliL Aj in Dry OomN, rfr... I! Story HliH.lt, llalto sinvl, itWjExisiioK jonxsox, Dr-ili rs in .Tni'dry, Silver anil "I'l.ATtll WAUK, tlpor In IVM-OHifc, Kiiltiinurp Flnrt. 'i' TAILOB, Ami Itaili rln HATri POMHKIIS rruxisuiNo c.ooos. JtiKiiit'sKi.W Billiiiioto slrcil. oi-ticsilc Ilic I'uil-Ointe. R. winKxnu. JCSTICI: OF TIIR Itnlliinnre strrct, ncnr lire Public SAHUIJIi II YAMS'1 Kostaurnnt and Saloon, _ liluck, Ibltlmnrc street. _ .sr.i DDT.KK Ji.utMss MAKKR. Tin- iloon north of Itallimurc. Buddies, Bridles, Collars', T- Whips, Ilurncss, etc., Kf pi mnilatillv nn nnrouerol Tor (ale nl Hie Inirratipriiy. ,j, j, PHNIKOWSK1, Barber and Hair TXVltnS alt wlio nwd wn ictJ in hbHnc, to call. X nl lilf ou JAriawiV StW, Crimcr'u fctort Jftnuurr ly.! A HUilllll KlltV 1 lllJIltVil tU klll'U, Ijflllll Ihriotti .iinl Jtiti 77, tt nt tiiihtj in huiniti." MY trn tin r imnmtjm tvliin wen Ullie'l ut linr im'hlt rirt I fill that fiite tio rrtuttl j'ive, And tli it 1 tuiilj no liu t'uk-fi nt, irtit. iitntt-il. I I'lt.'Ulietl litrlinnl I liHc In r ct ut i rtinjr, IlthitiHi] nutl 'I hut '1'WELVE GOLDEN Tho following extracts are taken from a little work, entitled, "Miscellanea, or Choice Observations and 1'leasanl Kcmarks on the Virtue', Vices and Humors of AI.iid.ind, both Jlorul and Divine, Second ]'ilition; J. II. The inithls J. 11. arc Ihofu of John Hall, Bishop of Norwich, who died anno doinini Jli.lll, agul There u much in it fur rtflw tion: thy appm-1 profusenoso, singu- l.uity and let it he ducnt, and sUile'l lo Ihe quality of thy pi ice and purse. Tuo lunch punctuality and too nMlcIl ity, arc the extremes of pride, lint neither too early in the fashion, nor loo Imig out of it. What custom hitli ilizul hath become decent; until then il was ridiculous. When the ii- the jtirx, thy npparel is the evi- dence: the Iwly Is the shell of tlic tend, ap- p-ircl is the husk of that shell; and Ihe hn-k often tell yon what the kernel is. Pcl- doin doth solid ni-aloui duel! upon fantastic apparel: neither will thu failcy to he iuiiiiurcil nithin the walls of hahit. Tlie fool is knyvn liy his pied coat. Clothe not thy language cither with ob- scurity or affectation; in the one thou dis- loo mneh darknef, and tho other too much lightness; he that speaks fniin the under-landing lo the understanding docs beit. Kndtr when he cpcaks, least while thou ihowc-l in not cpcaUng thou betray thy fully in too long ellcnee. If thuu art a fnol silence is wKdom; but if thou art wiio thy silence is folly. As too many words from a fool's month give one that is i.ibO no loom to to too long silence in one tint ia n be gn es n f-ol an opportunity of s-pe iking, and makes thee in the Bailie measures guilty pf folly. To conclude, if Ihou be not wKc enough to fpeak, al least so wise to hold tbj peace. ni'MiiMi tmcrsiTr. lias furtuncdealt the ill let wisdom make thee a good gime-lcr. Tn r. fair gale every fool liny Mil, hut wise behau'or in a storm tho wisdom of a To hear aiKcrail) with an equal mind btilll eign and glory as a brave tpirit. As there is 110 Morhlly gain without fomc there i' no worldly without Fome gain. If thou hast loat thy Wealth thou hath lost some trouble with it; if thuu art degraded of thy honor, thou art freed from the stroke of envy; if hath blurred thy beauty, it hath delivered tlice from pride. Set thy allowance against loss, and thon shall find no great He that little or nothing who kecpcth tlic favor of his (Jod, and the peace and freedom of his good eonii-iciiPC. AM.r.n. Beware of him Ihnt plow lo Angpr, when ilia long in coining, is the stronger when it comes, add the longer kept. Abused piticnec turns to When fancy is the ground of jnssion, that understanding which composes Iho fancy qualifies the pinion, Imt when judgement is Iho ground, the memory is the recorder, and thi.i passion is long retained, yicr.irr win. He that himself open rnc- 1113' arrays tliec against tho ovil perform that thou may'at pn-- u. Jlutability is the bidge of inflrmitv. ciuniTV Ch irity is a naked i-hild giving hnney lo a biv without wings. Naked. beeau.-c us- and i-imple; a ehilJ, bi-eause tender and growing; giving honey, because pleae- ant and comfnrtible: to n a beu ia iniluitrious and without wings, because wanting and helpless. If Ihou ilonit.-.t to f-ucli thou killeat a bee; if thou givo't to oilier than such thou prcscrv- Lil a drone. BUT r.nfsuirN1 If t'jon ilc-sire1-! to take the beat advan- tage of tlnself, especially in mailers where fancy keep temperate diet, HM! mcxlerate exereisej observe' seasoiiablu nnd ict hours for and'let the end of thy first tleeji riiibe thee from thy repose; then hath thy body the bu.-t temper; thy null the leaal invumbrauce; ill en no noi'-c shall dis- turb thine car, no object t-hall divert thine eye; then, if ever, sli ill Illy sprightly fancy tninsjiort thee beyond the coiumon pitch, and shnn the magazine of high iniuntion. TO CSE I'ltOSl-KltlTV. So me that ail t ersity may not abuso thee. Jf in prosperity thy seeilrlt-y admits no fear, in adversity thy despair will afford no hope: he that in prosperity can for- tell a danger can in adversity fortcu delitcr- ancc. 11.----Oy I'llllIKlIMi roM3IU.MCVTt.Ml Let the greatest part of the news thou be the least parl of what thou be- lievcsl, let Ihe greatest part of w hat thou bo the part of what is true; and report nettling fortiilih, in carno-t or in jest, unless thou know it, or :ll con- fidently believe it to be frdj neither is it et- pcdicnt at all times, or in all companies, to report what thou knonest to be true; i-ome- timcs it may avail thcc if thou seem to know, tlut w hich thon knowctt. I Init' thou any M'creti commit it not to many, nor to any, unless Well Known unto thcc. COMILCT MlUa V I'llin.Xtl, Hast thou a fricml, use him friendly, a- buse him not in jesl or in earnest: i-onccal his infirmities; privately his Commit thy secret: to him, yet nilh caution, lest thy friend become thy enemy anil thee. 1'riok of an Esquimaux Dog. One diy on feeding Iho I cftlletl the whole of them around mi-, and each a caprlin, or small dried fi-h. To do thi-- f lir- ly, T uycd lo make all the dnga imcinlu me until one had rceeired ten cipolins apiece. Xow, JJarbckark, a M-ry Joting nnd shrewd dog, took it into hiahc.id that he would jilav a while manV triek. ?n, exery time he received his full, he would back out, move a distance of two Or three and force himself into line again, thus rccciung double the share of any other dog. But this juke of bespoke too much of the g ime many men pliy upon their fellow being', and, as T noticed it, T deter- mined to check hisdopglih propensities ttilli Ihe cunning and -ingnlaf >i-iy in which he w.-itehcd me, induced a moment's in !'iy Kieh dog thank- fully received his capclin, as his turn canid round. Uarbckark, finding liii, Minrc cntlic tuiec as as his appcnrcd to shako his (nil twice as thankfully as tho A twinkle in his as they caught mine, seemed In tay, "Keep dark; these ignorant fellows don't know the gime I'm placing, lam confounded hungry 1" Seeing my face smiling al his trick, he now commenced ma'liiig another change, thus getting three portion? to each of the other'.-! one. This enough, and it was now timn for me lo reverse the order of Barbckark'? game by playing a Irick upon him. Accordingly, every time T came lo him he got no IWi; and although he cllingoil his position rapidly three times, jet he got nothing. Then, if ctcr there was a picture of disappointed envy al other's fortune, and sorrow at sad misfor- was to bo found on that dog's cotin- lenincc he watched his companions re- ceiving their allowance. Finding he could not succeed by any change in his position, ho withdrew from (he circle lo where I was, and came to me crowding his irny between my legs and looked up in my face oa if to pny, "I Itwn a very bad dog. -Kor- give mo, and IS irbek.irk will cheat liii broth- er dogs no more. fir, me my "hare of capelins." T round; ihree limes more, and let himh.iva Iho fish, ax he had shown himself so sagacious, and so much like'aropontant, prodigal Hall, In yonth Vo love and enjoy the ill_ assorted perhaps moro'tlian in old age tho best assorted. Arrcfct of Davis, Stephens and others. The correspondents of the New Yorli pa- pers, writing from lliltoh Head, 8. C., give Ilic followiilg df thd hrrest of .Teflcrson atld othersi To-day the steamer Kmiliu arrixcd in this harbor from bringing as privmeH .Telferson Davis, with his wife and hcrsistcr and three children; Alejirdcr II. ?lr. llegan, To-tmaslcr fJcncral of the pre- tended Confederacy; Clement C. Clay and his wife; General Wheeler and staff; CoK ttoluiFOn and l.nbbeck, of Paris' staff; M.ij. Morand, CapLiin Moody, Hntli- awny, two pihatcs, and'llowcll, a brother 3Irs. Davis, ensign in the late Confeder- ate navy. O'hroiigh the kindness Of Lieutenant Col. IVitc-hard, in charge of the prisoners, jrtur correspondent was permitted to usit the steamer, anil learned from the Colonel and others the particulars of the linpturc-, which was made by a detachment of one Hundred and men of thd 1'oiirth Michi- gan cavalry, under Incut. CoJ. Prilcti- anl, n'rjut one mile from Iruinaville, On., and aboul 100 mile's Southeast from Macon. The Colonel learned on the Oth inst. where they were encamped, and jUst before day- light on the 10th surrounded the camp. It was supposed that Davis had a considerable force as a guard, and a severe fight was ex- pected. I'y an unfortunate, and so far, un- accountable accident, one pirt of the force fired upon another, and before the mialakc Was discovered Itvo men were killed and six others slightly wounded. C.ipt. Huil.-tm had plaficd a strong guard arotlnd the tent whcru was supposed lo be, mill when Ihe firing comnicnced, thinking liLrduly called him to the fight, lie' left the tent in charge of a corporal, with Orders to let no one piss out. The corponl wfitit to 'the door, where he was met by a lady, wlio piwed to be 3Irs. Davis, and who said that the tent was occupied by ladies, niul she iiopcd they would bo pdrtnitlcd to dress be- fore disturbed. Very soon she again vol- untarily appeared at the door, with another person in petticoats, morning dress, and a woolen cloak, with a licod closely drawn over the head, and a pail nn her arm. Corporal ordered halt! which was, of cnnrse obeyed; but Mrs. feelingly ap- pealed to the corponl to allow her mother to go to tlic spring fur n pail of was hard, even if they were prisonerp, not lobe allowed to get a little fwaler fof their morning ablutions. Mr. Corporal just then obscrxed lli.-il tlic morning circus was not long enough to cnnCcnl n pair of boob; looking rather too heaiy for "mother" to wear, and, with his Spencer carbine prcfcn- icJ it la (lie lauVi ordered her to rcniuic that cloak. The argument was per- suasive. The di'.gufce was and Daus appeared in full view. Davis said he should have defended him- self if he hail been if he had had si rcioKrr he would have foiigltl with it as long as liu could. The colonel replied to him thai he didn'l appear to be in a very good fighting condition jinl at tllal time. After a hurried breakfast, ttie pirlj was put in unrolling order for Hilton The pri-oncrs, in ambulances, preceded by the band of tho -Ith Michigan cavalry play- Ing "1'ankcc which had evidently a depressing inflncncrf Oh the foclihgs of Mr. Davis. At Macnn there was FOIIIO flight demonstration nndc by the p'loplc of sym- pathy for their fallen chief; but he Iras own by fciv, and no communication was pcnnil- led between Ihe citizens and Ihe prisoners. While ilpttn the road the Davis family re- ceived a severe shock, w hell Northern pa- pers were rcee'n nl containing tho President's proclamation offering a reward of for the arrest of as a party to the as- plot. ITo was deeply affected, and M rs. Davis burst into an agony of tears. Mr. Davis was in a fine gray cull, and wears a drab soft lint. He looks care- worn and dejected, and leh 3Cars older than ho niil ij-n ycirsago. 1 le spoke plrasanlly, however, lo all who concerted with On board the steamer ho pispcd most, of his time in reading the Alexander If Stcphons and Gcn.Whccl- rr, were captured by detachments of Up- ton's division. C. C. Clay was not captur- ed, but wrote lo Genenl Wilson that ing learned that n reward had been offered fur his apprehension as nn accomplice in the asas- siunlioir of President Lincoln, and feeling entirely innocent of such a charge, howcnilil at onco give litwlf for duo examination and trial.. Hoth Mr._ Stephens and Jlr. llcagan denounce tlio tnitrdercrg, of .Trcsi- ilciit. Ijincoln in the strongest forms, .and hoped (he most severe punishment would bo dealt out In nil whb had a hand in tho atro- cious crime.' Stcpllens is the sanie small, thrcarl piper of a mm, with the ramc ualcd eleah, shaken face and dark glittering eyes, that he was when nnc nf the itotabili- ties of Washington. 'Mr. Itcngau large and ftout, without marked characteristics, but courteous in manner and a person of more than intellectual lioth of them look a calm and .sensible view of the condition of affairs at the They ndmit that the South was fairly and thoroughly L'catcn, and that with the comforture of its appeal to phxMcal force, tilt! ideas that they bate fought for nnit-L be wholly, or in part, at least, Slavery, they allowcil. Was gone', and fcce-s- Fioii was a doctrine thai few would ever think again of cherishing. They thought that tho Southern States would come back into tlic Union and act in perfect gdod faith if a liberal jolicjr was adopted in dealing with them. Tho Solo of Maryland Farms: One of the most serious ijuesliolU! that Li now pressing upon LllJ I'nrPiera and I'lantcrs of the Uoriier States for a folution. Slid which will continue id be a matter of the gravest nnxiuly, for some lime yet to come, is in re- gard to Ihe change that has so abruptly taken place in the .system of labor ahd its effect upon the tenure of laiids. We know that in of thu lofses sustained by many of the farmers on the Ristcrn nnd Western Shores of Maryland, tllcy hax'C of- fered their estates for sale, being urged thereto cither by the necessity of the case or from 'distrust of thu future. Where the impelling ninth e is actual impoverishment, with no hope of relief except by realizing thu value of what still remains to them, the matter is oili- wllicli is scarcely open for ar- gument. Hut where llle incurred do not amount to a positive ilisibility to carry on the Operations of the perhaps, on it indre limited scale tiidii'ticrc- respcBtfillly urge upon nil Mich lo considcnwell what they ?rc about lo do. We know that thccdcidl nillettities ll.tvc been terribly vhal.cn by the waf; Ihat radical changes have been made so middehly in (lie liordcr Sides aa to entirely subvert the old order of things; that individual and neigh- borhood antagonisms havo been generated which time and better counsels and kindlier feelings c-in alone soften or allay, and that in this didturlicd, condition of affairs men's, minds arc perpleied as to wkitl It is best for them to take, not only to retrieve their shattered fortunes, but al-'O to attain lo that calmness and rcpoic of which they stand Hi so much need. I'nt Till the Kile of lllcir farms, the disruption Of old tic.', the abandonment of cherished associations these conduce to peace of mind, or tend, hntlo majority of inElatlccst to pro- mole the temporal benefit, df determined upon them It is no light thing for a man, long settled in one place, to sur- render up, even for a fair money value, the old homestead to a slrnhgcr. Kvery home- stead that has been inhabilcd by more than generation of the same family baa a north in the nffections that cluster around it for which mondy i1? no adc'inilc compensa- tion. Kvcfy tree that lias groxtn up during' Ihe lifetime of the1 owner from a sappling Id a tturily of iis spetllcs, twines il.s fibres, however unconsciously, arountl the he.irl of him planted it, and of of the family who liatc sat within its Bhadc. Tho sentiment of local alUliiiitncift h strong in many parts of Maryland where there are unity families who can trace back their de- scent "or six generation's nho are Mill own- ers of the toil which llleir cleared and planted from the Wilderness. 1'or1 such mun lo (he region which become endrarcd to them by pursued at this time, we should (-ay, do not parUvith your farms. If, owing to Ike loss of Idbotiriilg hands or from Other" causes', ydu have irioro land than can be- properly culliiatcd, sell as nlucll df it as iHH reduce it Id life capacity of your "with the means tllila acipiired, improve that pW- tion deli .iiduc.lo hold. to tlio Old homestead and dd not scekr 4 rem- edy for present sorrows and privations in ne'S- pursuits strange Sydney Smith's adi ice to 'take short view's of things" xvise countdl. It is wrong" to .i that the ills we .suffe'r, last Time) the Destroyer, ia also Time" the BuMcr-rip; aild Consoler, and where there are real griefs to sadden the heart we carry them 'with Jus whdrevdr vro go. AYc cannpCcfiangc'ihcm by chartging our then, is, you arc. JJe in-nd haste lo sell, landed property in States will unquestionably increase in'-raii'd in the course of .1 few years, and, even-ifit should riot do Ifundred-'acrcYof lane] in high condition will always be than three times that number of acres the soil is impoverished by neglect and only culture Maryland I" fiow B6dica aro Emboltnod. fly people dfo generally spl lo imagine that the modern consists uf saturating, lilling and Bin-rounding tlic dead ttith gums anil other-mi dcflructiblc iinil prcjcrvative is tlndcrslooil to have been Ihe lieed hy iho anHcnts. Siieh, liowcycr' is not tho case. T. he nloJern process, is about as follows: The blood is drawn off throiiglt the jugular vein. An incision is than1 made upon IhiMnside of life thigh, through which" a'clicinlcal liquid is injected by The liquid permeates dll (lio-vcini and. arteries, taking the plice lisfdrc occu- pied by the blood, and in a short limii rcii- ders the entire body as hardijas'slone, and as rigid as a statue.. A portion of the scalp' Is rcmotcd and Ihe br.lih fa ccoopcd The chest is opened and Iho heart, lungs, and xicccra are abstracted. 'Whcntlht! cess In cfirtiplclcil, the body is .a mere empty shell, having only thq tcmblaneeof Iho departed individual. JIoiK long a body thin prepared will remain, changed we cannot siy. TJ1C proccjs hlt! only been 'cniplojMl for a few the war commenced, xrc belicx so'jhnt) lime sullieieiit has not elapsed dcstrnetibility of bodies thus preparcil_-'c.- aro two' kind 0... v Quo_ is tlic kind lliul npjxjnr test the girls that are good for tralK tics, Tisilc, Ac., and whose in such tilings. The olhcr is tlielJiii filit" appear best at home, the girls ihal aro use- ful and cheerful in the diuingTroouif ".the piek_room, and all They differ widely in leu a ono is it and gladness lo'alt It Is belter lo jicld a litlle than lo quarrel A good; ssves; ftyrff from the teist' from

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