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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - August 2, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland                                t-. a B svr a it T J'W sif a .sjssl aaT -.11 tfliL-; '-I VOLUME II. CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND, 2, J1865; .'-cf- c ia IB U JrtTtXSI-lTKO KY'TViSDNESDAY MOHWING. oh Mechanic Strccl, near the National House. TKIOI.S '.VO IJOI.UAICS jwr year, inrurialtly in i> tikea fur a ]4.TtuJ {lull sli I i-l Cirruil Him. .IAS. .SMITH. thu Cin nil HOitACE KK3I.EY. ii... iit.T vi GliO. W. HUOVEII. -HASH. T. K. A. THISUSTO.V. Jll. uf iLu Ui-i'linii'ii l.'iinrt .1. H. II. rEiwv, A. M. BUSH. 'IHIAKM-S IJIDfJKf.V, IXI.I.M! FKlCMi, JOHN .t. II. .1. p..'. TnN'.vsiiEN'p. J.U.'i m lllIDW.V. C Ji I AST CTSHRIVIER CO. k ItETAII, DEALERS IS. PHUGS. 'CHEMIUAUJ. 1'ALVTS. LAMS'S iiii-l v'-jtjicr cf TMUii'iOie itii't Mechanic ctrvjtJ. V net-y. -.IA.ME5; -JI. SCHUJrS I ,AW OFF1C B, CIJMHKKLA.VP. MIX UEVECJION, ATTOr.TTEY AT LAW, CUMBERLAXH, HD. sill" cn-rfe, in Ihc ItflOilU as'the Olfiri' iif !iic late Tliouiiu lltTccmon. ,l.'nii.iry 11. JI. LIJ I'EVliE CO.. BKUG GISTS CHEMISTS, niUiat -re, tn'.Kfn LiltrliJ .j' Struts, JOHN K. .UL'CK, and 1'ajicr Hanjcr, And iJc-jlcr in Wai! Papol-, Bliuds; Curtains, etc., etc. li'il'6. iloors nlKlve M. JI. KKAK.NKY, TTiTixolosn.lo Gri-o coir, PmliT In v.-i.vb, i.iQtrons, rnovisioxs, nsn, CUGtcT., TOI'.ArCO, niOAH-S. .tc. PVlininrc oppti'ilc A.M. I.. Kusli's Tnl'nc- Ullllllicrlllllil, Mil. ila.v HI, 1801. I1UMDIUD t.OXO, DuakM.iu Stcrl. Cutlery, dr., olil stiinil, corner ftiitimurc nnil Mc- r Dy.iler in Hals, faps. TmuUSj rt MtKiiig'ii 3 Story Hloclt, liaHitunrc strii'l. MOUEHEAU, Mnuiiructiircr tif Tin. t'oppcr, nnd Sheet-Iron Warp, Clntk, near the liridgc, IVillinmie slrtrt. I.Vtlcr ill -ioks, Statitiuery anil Fancy Contls, ru-li'T IMvii'.crc Hall, IViltimnrc stntt. CON DICK, Dtakr in Clodtinr, Cr.ivals, SHIHT3, .DliAWERS, irnr., Il.tltimitrc slrc'.'t, npiioiilr llw rost-oflice. -A D i, o T ii 11: i: ,_ lialiiamrc strrcl, iinir lire I'ulilic A. I'. SIIEl'lIEKD, tH'nlcr in rlc., .J, Story Clcitlt, w. ........_____ X JOHNSON, I'locks, Walclics, Jewelry, Silver and I'LATHIl WAKE, etc., licit ilnur ti> roi'l-Ulllcc, liiiltiinure street. JOHN 15. WIUEXUK, Offi'.con lUHlinorc Urcct, nmr Uic I'utilic Sq SAMUEL IIVAM.S' Bosttturnnt nnd Snloon, Wnlsh's Wix'k, lijltimotc LHL "HASTE HEST WOT." "U'illinnt liastc! 1'itlioiil rnt Hiiul the iiMitm to thy it with a florin tir it ivill: llrtil noVlluwcri that run ml the it onward to Uic lint! !ivt no tlttd Mnr for ayt- tbu PmnItT wi-H mill kiitm- the rijrlit; tlivn, ivith nil tliy uiiclil; lliistriMii! can ne'er ulonc For out utklciff uctiou dtrac. nut lifi> (hire hv ;rc yuu die: Iity eubll t 'tU 1o live Ju turim ham House. V DEVHIES CO., Baltimore Stvoct, ,.-BctniMi lion-aril imjl Liberty StrcvU, Kwi' conjtnntly on hand, n mid Attractive Stock t'ureicn anil llomnlic Bry Goods, Notions, onr purchases btlns nwileIbr lie fircpsred tn give nil tlicjiclvnnUigta oUcnd'in liiis or nny -r .lammrv 18, A M; vDTtKwp'rnnstJiilIj'-ion-Iiiunl nrlarBO-lot of.lh crl-btnted Brrea'Orindalonw. nnd for sale bj-'.-. May 17. lliistc itnt rest nut I ml inly nail; U-.ir Ktorni tif futi-; iMilv lltv puMi'; the riplit uliuti-'t-r IliistL- not! not ConHirts prut, sliull crown thy work nt lust. 'ho World Compared to u Fish Pond. A StlnUT RKfJldv, BV UOTV, JU. All the worltt is. a We nrr lie lUliis The devil's Ilia lUlicr My hearers when I antic to hvisl the ulijevt rt'unJ nboiit, :ind turn it over nnd .nilcr tnj- mind; I think the world may i't iu.iplly tcrnieil. n big fi.-h-poml. or atlicr an uu-rati r.nnLiiniog a vast variety of :ati lishts, fur wbich the devil, aitting witli legs off tliflocl: of damiiatmn, continually lulling; nnd. 1 sorry ta say vilh the faltc.-t kini] of .luck. Noiv, my riuiulf you thu Jiibditnry tribe which iihabit Ihn world's niilo anil fur which iatuii sinks his huuk with such glorious sue- ess. .Some of ytni aro while Dsli, luck Halt, MJinu odd, (jiieor fish, eomc scaly isb, some slippery, Mirny are iloinlul and some arc' Kivini icar the surface of the Water, and others livn deep, rim tuwand keep hhy. In short, constitute a great variety, anil various re the baits which the nld fisherman throws nit for you." The young ladies are a pcr- ilcxing lot of shiners, that nibble at almost ivcry bait, but seldom tike ImM fiirly inough to be caught except when the point if the hook is nicely covered with the fly of lattery, and then they vriU'juuip at it like a oad at a rose bug. A miter is a kitul of mud gudgeon, that will stnp nt a tin "sixpence, of When Salan vishes to catch a lawyer, he first catches a client, then uses him fur a Flicker, ho drops bottle of brandy, and is sure tu get a. bite; r n professed politician he never purposely iJ-bes: and when perchance he catches one, ic immediately llin.'wBhiiii' hack into his na-' t j ire clement, as being an ugly load fish, icither fit fer heaven nor worthy of le once caught a hypocrite with u halfpence; nit- col-like, he to 'twisted and squirmed, ind. w.is HO slippery withnl, that he did hrnngh his and made bu escape; i ml what do you think, my friends, the de- vil then said? "Goto glory.' you tliiny sou of a flesh is mt- iiTand your skiu h; only worth making iti- a halter to hang the rest of your J'he foolish young rake of twenty will even nite at the hook; and the first thing lie iiioirs he finds himself kicking and flomi- ilering upon u burning bank of misery, none by side In protect or pity; but the wise man and philosopher import! too heavy i tax upon the patience of Ihe Evil They live calmly ntnl nl the boltoin of ihc deep waters of wisdom, and meddle not with the alluring for the eclionlniiE- IrcEa Experience has taught them thnt often- times thai which appears fair on contains destruction within, as the Indian said of- the bomb hlicD. My friends and of the scaly, slimy, delicate and tho beautiful brood! 'T warn yon, otic and against biting at those Imits which Satan drops into tho sunny, ccdiicing waves of sin. of them, lest you suddenly feel sore nboul the nnd afterward have the painful pleasure of being served up for supper in the kitchen Ijchiw. The angels and other spiritual ngents uf the Omnipotent, arc bob bing for you from the upper deck of heaven; and all you have lo do ia Just to get a good grab and hold' on, and you arc hauled np safely to the happiness without even a prick in your jaws. How often do you ye careless crabs, rrawl around ihe line of Satan, out "of sbcercnriosity, and get en: tangled therein to-your sorrow! Bo wary bntb that is covered .by the bewitch-, ing bail of pleasure; and shnn those new of vice which are sot at the' mouth of. almost every crtck of- worldly. enjoymeuWfor, when yotrwe caught in the'mesbcs you'aro jerjjo'i in ail we have reason and strength uf mind Miflicicul to protect us from danger and guide u." from temptation. Let us not he too chimerical in our hopes or too vision-- ary in-cmr Fcbptncs. Let not: look too much uftcr Ihoro golden, 'ideal fish'which Icnant the ocean of iniaginalion, aiid.uliiuh are worth nothing fur food, hut are, only, beautiful tnbcholtl; but let us look after uur- us dive deep, down among Ihe coral caves of where all is piir-'. ity, ami jiuuce. Thu (-turms and of worldly e.tcitenient tuny then- with all their furor above us, ;hut wu neither hear nor heed ihein. The wavcD nf sin nny roll over llu: surface of the social sea, but they can never iHaturb the unbroken plucidiiy of vuraoult-; for there they rnjoy the sweetest of no billows of nriger, and revenge, break ibeir there the ilci-il might fi.-ii friim the fuurth of July lo the further end of forever, and then go homo withoiit even a Jly bait that'lhe wieli'cd'ouc uses In catch ulnvcr is a bit of (JupidV liver fried in the fat of early, nfieetiun. It is a sure don't you.be so. soft, my belovcil ECS bass, as Ixj caught in filch a manlier. jump ,at a h.iilmerely.be- cause it looks beuutiful; but first ,i.-raminc il well with a prudent' anil caulimis o_vc: nnd tliuu consider whether there may nut. be Eoinnthing insiJi: rather tuu crooked for coin- fort and too pointed for .Oh, yriii wicked and jwrvcrse gcncrnliou of thai! llow inclined yon arn in the springtime of your lives'tir run up tho rivers nf wicked-: nus's. to bu swept on sboris jcinc? of S.iUui, never more to ret'irii! ]Jetter by fur slay back ami iii.thc salt water of salvation, than enter the creeks of careless- ness anil be caught by hungry monsters of vice. And O, yon foolish and..juiprpyidcnl. unaiiy limes must .1 warn you against going tn feed upon the fJHh- ing banks' of llemcinbc'r ilicrc is no security for your 'in the deep water of strict, morality... have nothing to fear fnnn either hnr- poon or scoop nc'l; 'but' just na suro n? ynn near the shores of cofrtiption, and lick up the.various crumbs of vice lither and thither, yon will find that thcdc- il has been appointed a eommittco of-ono ii dex'ise ways 'and mi'.ins'for your- incvila- ile ileslruclion. Dear know, that ilm t Ipopard cunnpt easily change liis spjls, Ethiopian his skin. Such of you fish as arc. laturally good Icljiect will alwnys remain'iio; ind you'who are'beslimed mve the bealiined.fornx'er: )Ut if you .will only nso tho.-prfewiution. not n meddle with tin; tin irch cnctny of niankiml, hud keep its much possible in the clear, ptire i'ou will bccomu. at Inst; ind the oM chap wind up his tackle nml (nil finhing forever. I; So ninte it. be! THE THIIEE .WISKES.'; There was onco a wise cmpernr whu madt n law that, tn every stranger who ti: Ilia court a fried fish should be served. Tin ForranU were directed lo take notice if when the stranger bad .calon the finh to th Ixtne nn one side, he turned it over and. lie- gnu on the other side. If he1 did; hit TCI? to be iuimi'dintely seized, ami on Ihn thin day thcrvaftcr. lie tu be pul to death lint, by a great, stretch of imperial oli'imm cy, (he culprit was pcrmitnl to iittcriaiii each day, which the emperor'pledgn htriiself (o grant, provided it 'was not to spare his life. Jlany had already pvrishci' in of Ulis edict, when ono day a count, and hia young fan presented (hum selves nl court. The fish was served a: iminl, and when the couut hail removed al the (Uh from one Mile, he turned it.ove ami was about to commence on tho other whun he was FixUlcnly.seized and thrown into prison, arid was told'of liis approacliiti; doom. count's yonn; son besought the emperor to allow him tuiii in tho room of his father; a favor, which" ih monarchy was pleased' In accord In him Thu count was accordingly released frpti prisiiu and hirt son' was thrown into_ his eel in his.stead. As soon as this had bee done, tho young man said lo his "You know I have the right lo make ihrc demands before X die; go and lull the cm pcror lo send me hia.daughlcr, and a pries to marry us.1' The first demand was no much to Ihe emperor's. taste, ncvcrtbeles ho felt'-bound lo keep his'word, and bo tliorafore complied wilb ibe request, to'whicbj tlie priuccss had no.kind of objectipb.. This' jold one; die sccund was nut less f o; still an mpcror'rt word is sacred, and, having made! 10 was fnrrcd to ic Irensurcs of "gold'arid silver and jewels furious rained on'-hcr'lips.; a fuw inumciils'tbe nutiihto tcre.plaeod at tho .prisoner's disposal.' Oh citing jrosscision of, distributed iicin.'profusely among .tlio. courtiers, nnd non host of friends by his liber- lily.-.' V-' The emperor lirgan; to feel cjcccdingjy incomforiablql' TTriahle .lo sleep, he early on this third morning and'went, with "enr in his heart, to Ihc prisou to hear what hc'lhird wish was to he; he to.tlio prisoner, "tell me vluil your third dcmnnd is (hat, it may be jr.iutcd at once, and.'you may, he hung nut if-hand; for I-aui tired of your. dcniandu." answered" hi.i have nit one more favor to your hiajes- y which wlfeii yoii have granted.' I shall die nnlenl. It. is merely that you. will cause.' he those who saw my father turn he firth overIn'he put oiit.'' ,'repliod ilie emperor, ''your. Iciuand is'but'.natural, and sprjng.1 frpui a heart., -Let ic continued, cried the chamberlain; T did ot see was the steward." "Let thcsteward beseiicd llut' Ihe sleward. protesti-'d.-with; tc.irpiin, ineyes that he had'iiot witiiesred'anything if what had been reported.'nild said tt was he butler. The huller he had nothing of, the matter, that it must lave been oiieof'.the.yalcts.. .JJuttbcy pror ested, tbitt they were.! utterly ighornnt of vliat had 'been the n'clibrt; it liirned'oiit-'tliat be 'ound who had.'seen commit the princess I appeal to yon, my father, as lo another '_tf l.fitib'bdy saw the'oflcnce "com- mitted tlieiCnunt'catitiot be 'g'iijltyv arid 'my; insband is i This forthwith the courtiers- began- and then he while.' colored' lady, biusbing; gay t Lieutenant .be- fogged.. said the white, lady, i'wbat .have you been doing'i" -colored lady; "Tcs you said Ihe 'white lady, n'dt'in an. undertone, but in a voice that ntlracicdi Ihe in :tliB car.- how, your collar and your bonnet poor- .colored bcaulyj.hu'ng her !bcad a moment, the "observed of all and'thcir turning 'around to the Lieutenant, -.replied, hugged mil., kiitaline -in tlir. Loud, and long i was 'the- laugh bat followed; among; the passengers: Tlio the joke'' amazingly." .ieulenarit looked likua shcbp-stealin'g'yog the car and was seen no more during u' i ip ie 'PEOPLE. in: 'Tear 'Wiat is the, average', w'eigjit', of whnt age docs hc'attain. lib greatest, weight? low miicb! heavier 'are men. 'Ulan women? Vh'al woiild be the fat' nd iwhatof very fat people "M' f some ago deemed 'such ucstinns quite wilhin .the of; bis ex- cnsive Hcrics of researches- on file rDt hold of ovcrybody.be could, everywhere', nd weighed them He the. abies, ho ..weighed "and jiq weighed the ydu'lhs' and, maidens', Jie.'neigh- d. moil nud .-.women, ho iim have put many to death; "nriv lighter nfTcnce-thnni his.i .Uiit if lie .is' iiot'Iiiuig; he Is married; hag'becri- KISSING IN. TILE pricof 'the prcttiefft and jilcasitnteiit'tnani-. Ihe closCjOf. that delight- ful of balmy airs, the train-'for i f, srillc was 'frcighlcd' "witir'an "unusual cay, nicely u: 'J'.-flj-.lU 1 men As, usual anigjjiHt Uiu lattor, was n -large proportion   their, average was 129 Ibs; Mcri'and womcii togctlier, the weight at full f'rowth averaged almost exactly 1 -B-, f--f-.'.J OF.SAIiT.'.' ru "On llie jtoutli ,Jlde of.tba .inland of St. Domingo is the most- singular salt deposit to IB' found in tlie' From an intclli gent gcntlcniaii. r'ecqnilylbere', and a docu ment reccnlly isstioil; by a Kcw -.York, Com learn -that .mountain o ttlt ohp-KalFto'a iiiile four, to 'five, liumlrci feet' high.' .la son) 'ihe side! f tbu [mountain arc i nearly perpendicular largo cliffs of salt arc nxposad in othcr'parts'a1 coalihg "of- eartli, from ti :o thirty feet'" deep; co1 salt, ,in a, ....fl _ ll-j >l 'i. .ft cent.iof -pure elsewhere is- but. 00 ii b; ibcskiH'ani energy grams', .bav'p. (liocn.J6iiairied ..of lite Spanis is for: bringing this immense .treasure 'to tb markeUiof the u A1 railroad; -Bom wfiich' wiil bring Ibo i'snlt lo tlio Barahoiia., in can tb kept from tpoiling-by salt, hero is enough o it lo'make 
                            

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