Alleganian, October 4, 1865


October 04, 1865

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Alleganian (Newspaper) - October 4, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland VOLUME II. CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND, WED1STESDAT, OCTOBER 4, 1865. NUMBER 22.' EVERY WEDNESDAY MOEKIKG. Oillco on Mechanic Street, iicur Hutionul House. tho TEUMS Of. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS iwr tnvnii.iMy in julniarp. Nostibsciipuoa ULeu Jar tt period tLm six orcin.--.iii Hull. Clerk of tho Circuit IIORACn RESLEV. of GCO. HOOVER. IUSIL T. G IRLITZ. Fiaie'j GKO. A. THRUS70X. JAMES CHI5HOLM, JK. at (lie Orphan's J. B. II. CAMl'oELL. DOITJLAS I'ERCV. A. M. L. I1CSII. CHARLES F.5DGZLY, XUJAH 1RIE.VP, HFU.. J. H. J L. L. TUU'XSHE-VD. Clerk to Coirmkiinnets JACOB BROWX. SSl. SCHISTS r_AVx- OFFICE. 0" irjZiS' CUMBERLAND MD. WILL TVVst ;iJc of in the rtnrcir' know H .1- ilit; L- of the Lilt Tl-.eai u IM i- mini iry II, l-j5. iiE KKvni: .t co., DRUGGISTS CHEMISTS, -TV, Cai'r- .I01I.V K. P.UCK, and I'aprr Hanger, Ami Ht.ili-r in all Paper, Blinds, CurtuiiiB, etc., etc. ililto. (.irti-t, a I'm- M. M. KUAKXEY, TOKAWO, CIUAKS, im-re fin-els, i-ilit A.M. L. Ilush'd Toli.-i orc. Cii.iiUrliiiil, .Mil. Jl.iv J1UMU1UI) A: LO.XG, i StrrI, cic., M old sUtnd, Lorniir iKillimuru ami My- th strwu.. FKEOKIUCK M in Boon. Siincj, Hal-, fain. ol Mca 'J h'lory P.loik, K.iltinirire -irwj. WILLIAM uiuar of Tin. Copper, and Slicct-Irnn U'nrr, ruoXs' UloiJi. the luuljie, U.iltimoic I1AJ.K SW IJanUs. Slnllnnrry aud l-'anry (loads, I'atlcr IMiiuVrc II.ill, lliltiniore street. Dr.ilrr i-i uly-niulp Cloliiiiir, follars, Cravals, SIIIUTs', inc., n .liiniore -Iri-rt. the 1'o-t-oflkc. SAMUEL HKrDKLHr.llGKU. MERCITANT TAILOH, A X 0 I-M T II I i: II, "Irptl, 1'iililic A. 1'. SIIKI'IIEIUJ, in Dry fJiintN, Xotions, Carprlinif. rid. MrKc5f'uriuwl If a i-i-Hitii.n, L'n-t u tuo-rny o'tr our j Somi .1 ihaJoucil IUIIOH If Giiii unr tutiiip, t'er It TaiiutiBB liuary Sliuis icjiihrt- jj-iiL-a upun it.' If bur .am With fi'wl it, IIe.irtle.-3 Sv.tqis hij riubki5 it! Thinp1! of csrtli And whi'e in v.nn pursue tin in, Tisaa li'u witli'-m] Lo' our lite fiiix Ihrai! Oieat and CjloriouE Countly. ' the following description of Missis- sippi and her people, gireti by conio emi- grant who bid tn that State, and writes to his H-'rc it is: "Tins :s a glorious couutrv li has longer livers end inora of them, and they aro muiMicr and il'opor, am! run faster, ami nsa'ii1 iici-e, anil ri-u Iiiglier, fjl! Ion or, jtnd do ninrc rivcr5. It liru inon- lalus aiul jlicy are Lig- ami and clearer (liati ihcjo of any other cnuutry. Our rail arc big- and run jiltcli niT the liauk oft'.-ncr, anil kiil mure ilirin tln'sc of nny utlicr country, (lur ttcamiioat." rarrv bigger Inail.-, are lyiigur and broader, and tlieir boilers ofteiier and tlip captain- harder tiinn itvaiubuut cajiuins in any (.'niiutry. "Our men are and longer, and thicker; can fight harder ;iud and ilrinl; mure niean nlii'.hey, ami c'licw more bad tobai-cii, and spitinori1, and s.jiit fiirihcr, and not be killed, than in any other coun- try. Our are riclior, prettier, finer, f pctnl money, break more Wjrjrr hoops, Mmncr and kick up the devil generally to a greater i-x- tba.'i all lidica in all other ttic'. Dur iHL'gu- ari work hard- er, ham thicker smell louder and I oftencr, than nny other nig- 2ir.- act" of u-inpcil power, was n le.iding fi.'.inn'iit, and tlio at- j lainmcnl of a concert the immcdii'.c object of the ndopti-d bv Iho which thnt of inviting the other to rojiiv.r in declaring the acls to be uncon- stitutional, and tn i-v the iiccus- wiry and proper mca-.ircs in niaint-iininc Ihc .iiitliDritiri, right-, nnd lib- rriirs reiorvcd to the .-tales and tlie peo- ple-. by ths n'wary nnd projicr to bo ttwnrnulty uml atinly taken were lacint nir.i.'uros known 10 the Constitution. jnrlici.larly the ordina- ry conlrol of Iho jicojili- anil b-cislaturc1- of the .states 01 cr the of the t'ni- ted Staics, rannot be doubted; and in- tcrpcwlion of this control, a? inn even! rhoncd, was cijinl tn Ihr occaFion." Thcsa rcsoliitions (tins understood, em- body the soundest and most valuable princi- ples to guide us in Ibe prer-nt nlnrming cs- When these rcsolittiona pub- lished, Mr. -Icfieron remained in the Si.ii- ale, and Mr. Oallntifi In ihe of Jlep- rojenlativcs: bat Bnnic. of Ihc abletl minds in the councils of the nation retired there- from, retreating to the ftato legislatures, and in those great citadels of tbo public lib- erty reatscrtod the true principle? of gov- ernment, and Ihc Constitution vrai saved. The. rcassc.rtion and r-upport of sound principle watitc'i (o ro-cs'iblish the of and lo bby the Hood of encroachment which threat- ens to overwhelm the, country. Doctrines aru preached in high places, directly at war with the inns principles of our government. Thu tvntriputal power Is usjiumiig a new and fearful energy. AS it naa iu those ]M.-rilous Sinn's, now. Measures have been adopted that load to tin-so consequences: In liscal py.-U-ms and arrangements, which keep an Ltt-l of commercial and wealthy in- embodied and obedient to tho ly.indates of the ]n armies and navies, which onliH the tendency of man to p ly homage to hi- fel- low-creature nho can feed or honor him; and on the other unploy the piinciple of fear by punishing iin.iginary and in- terfering in under the pretest of preventive justice; In iwarms of officers, civil a.-id military, who can inculcate political totieU, tending to consolidation and monarchy-, both by iu- dulgcncics and severities, am! can act as spied over thu exercise- of human rea- son; And to shorten the catalogue, in eatab- by successive such a mode of construing the an will r.ip- iilly removu every restraint upon federal And yet thcperilou-j and critic.d condition of unr political afiairp. Ihe Democracy of the country appear to thrink froui meeting the issue fairly and in their by a reindorsement of (he principles of tho-e eelcbrakd resolution? they once deelired -'the foundation stones of I heir the only statis that has cm- buJied them in her re.s'jhitions being the gallant i.tato of Ohio. Itely upon it, par- tisan success dearly purchaicj when tho price to bo paid i.s subserviency, or aban- donment of fundaniiulal principlor. Surely the experience of the bst four years should ii-ivc taught the Democr.icy n u-eful lesson. Volatility, .I.iMiisW. Tlio Lifctimo of Man. When tho world all croa- lures to have their lifetime ap- pointed, lha ais first and asked bow long ho would have to live 1 "Thirty replied Nature; "will that be .'iirreeuble lo tlr-cT' answered tho "it is a lorg nhilo. Ilcmcuiber what a wcari-ome exi-- leueo will bo mini1; from morning until night T shall have to bear heavy burdens, Iragging corn-sack" to the mill, thnt others may bread, while I shall have no cn- cnuragnncnl, nor bo refrr-.lii'il by anything but blows and kicks, fiiioino but n por- tion of that time, I pray T' Nature ras moved with and presented but clslilccn The went away comforted, nnil the dog calm: forward. "Hovr long do-t thou rcijuin: to liveV" hi-d Nature. "Thirty years are too maiiv f'r the but wilt tbou bo contented with (he m T "1- it thy v.iil Hi it I ishould 7" replied the "TUink how much F shall luvc to run about; iny feet will not last for so long a time, and when 1 .-hall liava lost my voice fur barking ami my teeth for biting, v, but else -hall I be fit for but to lio in the corner ami growl.'' Nature (nought ho was right "and give tuehc The ape then appeared. "Thou -wi'lincly, live the (iiiily Nature; "thou wilt not !o I ibir as Ibr a" and Ihc dog. Life will be pluasant to "Ah, no cried lie; "fa it may seem to others, but !l not bo .Should cvcr r.iin down, 1 -'lonld r-i itc Hiightcr by my g_rininoei, and tlif-n he rewarded by a apjile. How olV-ri sorrow lies .conceal- ed behind a jeit'. I sh.ill not bo able to endure fur thirty years." Nature gracious and ho rccivcd but Ion. At came man, he.iii'.iy ami strong, ami (lie measure of IIM "Will thirty years content llicsV "How short a cjclainml (ho man. "When I shall II.-HC built my and kinill'.'d my fire my the trees I shall have planted are to bloom and bear life shall scorn to me most desirable, r. Oil, Nature, gr.-.nt me a longer pciioj." "Then ihalt limn bare the eighteen years of the as.s besides." "This in not replied llic man. "Take likewise the twelve ycara of the dog." "It is nol reiterated (he ujaii; "give me more." ''I will give thcc, then, the ten years of the ape; ccd in Tair. wilt (hon claim more." Man departed Thus man lives foventy years. The first thirty are his human years, and pass swiftly by. lie ia then healthy and happy. lit' labors carefully, and rejoices in bis existence. The eighteen of thu next; burden upon burden is heaped upon carricj the corn thnt is to feed others; blows and kicka arc (ho reward of his faithful tervico. The twelve year." of the dog follow, and he loses his teeth, and liea down iu thu corner ami growK 'When arc gono tho ape'a ten years form a conclusion. Then man, weal; and silly, tbo sport of child- TntiulaleJ ffiim the Gtnunn. A HEW SOCIETY. Tho "Centrevillo Observer" publishes the following regulations of a new society propo- sed to be organized in that (own. It might bo well to foria tiuiilar societies ill other towns and Old men and young men, women and chil- dren are admitted as members, if they pos- sess the following 1. They must devote their whole atten- tion to other puople'b business, and entirely neglect their own. li. When they hear a Fcandalous rcjmrt about a neighbor or friend, they not, drink, nor (-loop, until tho chief oflicers of tho fjch'ty are informed of the fame. o. Xo person fihall become a le.'-s hu or the is a pcrton of leisure, and can loaf about (own, or make about .--cventcen calls :i week, njid watch tho actioua of the people generally, and he ready to report at he.idrjuurters Iho tlightojst intimation of s report. Thu following arc some of the by-luws and regulations of the tociety: Article 1. This Fociety t-liall be known us the Tattlu and Ciossipping Society. The principal and ruling oflicers shall be us fol- great liar and two Icsier ones, three tattlers and four gofsippers, any one of which will constitute a quorum, and shall have power to dan-act at any lime. Art. If any member of this society shall be found more about his own biisiiic'o than thai of his neighbors, he shall be expelled forthwith. Art. 3. Any person belonging to this so- ciety.'who makes a practice of telling tho truth two or three times, shall be cspcllcd without a bearing. Art. Any member who docs not report regulaily what hh neighbors, raiding with- in three doors of him, have for dinner every Sunday, and for lea every time they have company, thall be cut off from the right and privileges of this society. Art. fi. If any member of this society shall see, hear k-11 of, or even suspect that a young man has waited on a. lady twice, he mii-L report them as already married, or to be mirricd .shortly, or he shall bo lojked upon as no tattler; and shall be fined to (he full cjrtcnt of tho law, fur any such misde- meanor. Art. G. man or wonnn who shall neglect their own bu-ines? to take tlio trouble to circulate around town scandjlous reports ivhich they know lobe fjl-o, shall be deemed by .ill rwpcciabluciti'icns as Uo.-nuiamlcr-in- cliicf of faid society, r.ud shall bo looked upon as suclt by all ho member'. A ?ruAi- or the llcv- clutionary war, being at Baltimore, waj iiuitcil to a ball. lie to dance but iii'lc-ad of joining the amii'i.Mnent ad might have been expected of a young Fretiebmaii of twciity-lwj, he nil- the laJii-a "Ladio-i, you x-ery }'ou dauco very prettily; your ball is very but my boMicrs luvc no thirts'." This was irrciij-tabio. The ball ceased; the ladies v.'cnt home and went to work, and tho day n large number of shirts were prepared by the fairont hands of U.iltimorc, for Ihe g.illai.l defenders of their country. Oi.n JOHN An Wcb.-tcr visited Mr. Adams a chort time before, bis death, found him reclining on a tufa, in feeble ho rpinirkctl to Mr. Adams: "Lam gt.ul tosm you Mr, and 1 hope vou am getting alnnj; very well." Mr. A. replied in the following figurative language: "All, i-ir, quite tiic contrary. I find T am word, every act; every thought, and of our heart.', records-itself unnerututrif in ;