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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - August 23, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland                                VOLUME II. CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND, 23, 1865.. NUMBER 16. BVEHY WEDNESDAY IdOKNING Ofiico en Tilecunmc Street, near tl House. Tl'.UMrf 01' SI ISSl'IMI'TIOX lll'I.t. MIS nix m iM.x in ntliann- .No-ill tlt.nl'lur n Ki> tlian all iTllli' I'inTiil J SMITH. Mirk nl ilii-fitniil IHHIACK KK.-l.Ul. Ill -IvlT llf ill (H'O T IIVUUTZ. Nit. All., rn. KM) IHRI'hTDS. Sirxi J.i. Juilruul tin- tlri-li in .1 1! II. CAAiriiKI.I-, luirc: vs ri.ui i, A M. I. IUM1. Coinilx Comta r- KI.1I Ml FIJI .1 u. .1 i. TI-C i. ,k to r.nuiir- innir J Vl'Uli liiiuWN'. ATTOnWJJY AT LAW, I'l'VliUtl. I A V.'i I -iil-iif iii t'li. Km in- 1., in i- ll.i "Hi i uflln ''LU 1110''- .lunnr- 11 I-''1 __ _ ___ u 1 in: co 'S CIIEMISTS, r.i' 'r (.'r.MlSKltl.AXIl. MM Where There's a Will, Thcrc'b a "Way. HI J. U. S I II .1 J 111 'u- In impi-n i! 'In Vim lit irl T in..-! cr, llfturv Intl'r -six, liei if isalt in such a form 'Ilim-i-i ii" xinx lo 1 I'D1 exlllllllx'l (III Illlll "I'll liltil l xi IV, or lu.ll." Is fame af-iiii-iliim7 r i'.illi if uMp .1111 In l.iili li> HIP U Hi) Ic, t "Mli lit tl> pin. mil Tin -luimii: thrum i- Ii.lt lli'ulllllt lltll I ill II, AVllO rU9 Ullll Itilllll'l 1 11l.n.l i i> in ikt il'" Is l.i mm f aml'iiion? Tliui i" si" rm.il AhU lln- mil ilimli I" lur iIioiU AX. ho tul llic ll.irst fur kiiimluljo. In IMIiin m iv ill il, If li- lu-'ltll lli" lli.iMin vill 'In liml u xinx i.r in ill U'" An Ruin- ixnilli llii- 1 nm-i iK-br-mlx Willi urn! intii Tli" IHIUII mum le- I Tit Jill tl i' JirlJf Hut lie lake- it. n xv.Ill Hot i in i iHirrjf, 1 11 t in! i u i; tr in il.' it1'1 In I van in-, 111' I III I la IXlf 1 !ul xii tin i roxiliB ill. x.ilhnt, T h- IT Tlnini.il sirtini; 111 iJi-uitx'- i-t tli1, A liitir riill mix l >U n. V.liii-n- wild Uimiiii I'uiii-, "I II (mil i K i., nr i.ul i buy, but liu burc il im anil like a Cliri-t- uu. rollnl on. U'lic'-u boys beaiinc men. Nwl vraR bli'1-.-L'd ami lie WKS l.oi.uriHl anil wiullhv. ami aWi; to jinnitlu a comfiirtakle liiiniu fur bin inotbtT In lier obi ajjf. 'J'lii! tiuiu came ivliLii tiatu l.ulit anil JiiH Hunt, wlio bid Ilu- Ibfir I itlu-rs left them, -TPn- tii reL-oivo from n.-iii wlioiii in tlioy lud wj b.itllj tro.iti'il. (inn li.u> liouuii.il N< il litiMtivj be rcttirui-d goidl fur util; ami b" bii-- in bin uxjiLTJuiicc tbc Until of tlmt pmvoib Solomon, '-iru lli.it rtiVtb lit- oun it is grtati-r than lie tb.it l.il.i'tb a anil b.is tbu iiroiui-iJ to ubu buuur fatbi-r ninl niiitbi r. 1 THE COWPIDENCE GAME. r.. r.ruK. rpJioMcrrr ami 1'njirr Hauler, Ami I'i iHr in Wnll rnpcr.OmnclH, Cuitainn, etc., etc. IliHo -tint, nlVw iloxi'l'ii ix t r rr.ovisiKNH, r cni.'-r, cic vv.s, AI-. rrum n A.M I. I'.ii-'i'a r I iiiiitiitliml, UN I- UH) A. 1.UMI, in Irun, Steel. fiUlcry. etc.. -i.ml, louiir liiltiiinii. mil ili ls, Sines Hal'.   Illuik, nt-ir tin- ISlllini m- "tnrl. IV il r in liitoio. Slaliiiiirry aiitl 1'anrj (.'.UM l Ihlutlcrr It'll, lii'iiinim ti n-. Dry (JnoilN, XotiniiN. rlr.. Mi Ix ii''s Hlurx I! il'-n. itiixt, fif, iTw K YTi 1 1 xsc >x in Clock-i. iVatrhe'i, .Invrlry. Rilrcr antl WARK, id-., Xi ilixir   I! iltiiniiri- t. jrsTiri: OF TIN: Oltrr nn Riltimnrc -tntl, innr the 1'ulilii Suimrr. Rcstniirnnt nod Saloon, .il-'i s HI ill., rc> r i Dry Goods House. W: IIjLTAIil DEVJU2S CO., Ko. ISiiltimoi'o Sti'oel, I'clxxi-ui IKm m! mil lalirtr JIJlLTIHIOREj MD. tCmrnn-''-atlx on limit n l.ir-e .IM! of nml Sry Goods, Notions, Anil fur IVuli.wi-wilt to px1' "N inv I'fliiTU m Ilii-iornnx ullnninil.it. Ilu CrC'lUiir'. J I'lll'sh In IiHirnl tor' inilorwnniiil FI.II tin. lli.il n> xjoiiln iif J iiniarx not IliM fur tl-c saiil Tho- nis to fil'pwr In the Pirciiil Court for rnuntv, to nimxor iMicli Intirropitoriw mu! nujr tiro- rnri- or nllcrr lum; nnd tli.il n capy of Ihis n-ilrr to iniblislifd !n "imp ncn-fpnpfr printed in Ihc c-itx- of Cani..Mlanil onw n for tlirw mo prior tn Hie said Mon.liyof BK8USVj rfcrl. AiigtKl IN PLOUGHS, Just twdifd i lot of No. 4 left Iwiid A KOBLE BOY. Mr3. ?vmms xxa- u uiilnu-, and pom lint povritv could not ciush In-r; fur .-hi1 lint tin; oxtii.-r iif ail things bcr fatlier I and Hi' xinuld xxiilmld no re-il good. It look more thin m-idli1, nnd lxxi-1, and In dogride- her in IIIM "Wii esteem: for ihi! kllexv tli it -ho XTii- fulfJiiig. :w far ,11 ill her law, her calling, under tbe exe of brr Ma-til, 'ind tb it :i ijui'cn cimld dit no innie. It xxis the one di -in1 of b> r limit In rr.n up brr MIII ID be a nr u-ufiil man; :md tn thi: mil -In Mich, t-licli." far into tin- nighl, to buy In" book- to ki-p him at In return, Net did mo-t of Ihi- -inipb- dome-tic xrork; and fir tin- act nf lili il love, mure tliau for any- thing el-e, hi- xns mule a -pnrt nnd a by- old. riolmT, hiiWtiei, i iiioui.iL'ul bim in In-.'ir miblj all 'njiiig, "wcmiiit eitbi-r bend or lircik under our trill--, my box; Ihi- may b-'tln- xeij thing to main- a man of aching jou to euntn1! jour :ind lo loxc tlm-e who hate- nnd pi.-c A'on liixi- (inn'- promi-e to tin- f mj- -on: and lli.it i- xvnrlb mnri' tliau rill tbeii filling liilu--. 1'nw jour.'iaT before tbe and it will not harm (.Inc dix', us Xed was wal'.ini: to tlnce of the iipproach'd; uhcn line cal- led out. "Halloo, Xed Sxmni-! tun up to cur stable and lell 1'alni-U In -addle Flash, and bring him to tbe -cbuol at four o'eloek." "I xvould oldige yon h" replied, "if 1 could without being lali; but jon HI- there are but seven minutes before the- bi-11 ring-." "You miserable, disobliging fallow I'.' cried Sam Lent, "xvhat if you an- Tbi- maitrr don't whip." "Hut he uiipc-clx US lo be re- plied Ned. P.im, in an angry lone. "Ciniir, I w-ml to racr round tbc pond xxith Hill limit II.TO. He liU, Clipper will outiun my Flash, nud bi-ls bis gold pencil on it. nud I'll gix-e you ,1 sixpence; fur I don't want Incl.inb the hill.'' "I Mid N< d, recolutelj; and pas- l-sing on, be hc.ird Sim cry, "Why not go I for a -ispcnec'.' Tint xvould save j-our i iinmnirnn hour'.'' Xcd felt hi" ear1" ind cheeks groxv very warm .it tbi-.-e xvord-; but be bii leeth 1 Ingctbi-r to 1 eep the unruly member b-sl ho might --iti nsainil Uoli; and en- (cnsl'thrjird. tbc boy: i j tiftcrnoin, cried 15ill Hunt. "I e.raght you list night taking elotlic" "IT the didn't I Xed. "Vou did not catrh me, for t did not run I looked straight in 1 jour face jon. riwle pi-t, Intel you see i that I xras nut a-hnmed tnhrlp my mother." j "My lord i-i brave indeed I" cried ?am Lent. "Are j-ou going to iron the clgthes'f" cried Neil, turning and fncing tlicm, "if mother wishes me to do ao. I Imxc irnncd and xrishcd disbc.o, too; and I expect lo dd lioth again'." "He gels dismissed sometimes to hang the tcakctlle raid. Hill Hunt, winking lo bin comrndcn; but iho bell now rang and Snm Lent h.id only lime to say, "I'll pay you for your impudence you beggar." This waj alnioat too much Ibr the brave I'IT-UIH fiom tbe i-ountry, are x-cry fie- i-uiiidlLil in tbe citiis, by xvb.it i-1 known as tbc "L'onfidenn- (i.-iim-." The "li.tltimoru .Sun" of the 1.rilh in-tant, gixes llie1 following partieiilarsof a catr, hhouiug, boxx- tin- giime is xxoike-il: An cx-inim ition Inok pi ice jrslrrdij af- t-iiionii before-.Tnttiee iSpie-cr, of tin1 i-ase of Frank Knajif, alias Col. Strong, nrrosliil on Situtdayon llie i-hargc of Mundliug Mr. II T out of by tin- iim- fidi-mi' L'-Jiii'1. al'" for iho pri-onnr. and .lobn I "or, Ivq., in the ub-encruf Ihe Stale'-. Attoim-j. rcpii'.-pnli'd the Stale. Tbu only wilm-s I'samiiied xxas Mr. AVilbangh, ami bi-  iijiiimi'li of the-e conlideiie-c gi'iille.....n. Mr. .-aid llial ho in Jialiini'MV, Ettipjiing at the I'onn- tiin Hotel, fin Sunday, Aiigii'l I', look n xia'tl; in llic afliinoon in iilnin- iug. xvbon ncir Jiigbt ttreit, met two finely hdic-: a man came along about tbe HUP ind r< maikt-d (n wilm -s that the lidic of I'altinnTe dres cd xerj lim-lj; wit- rqilied ih it ihcy xvoie iiim.li more .silk than Ibe ladies ill bi-  fo "let llie applicant 
                            

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