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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, nc.ir 1'iililic A. 1'. SIIKI'IIEIUJ, in Dry fJiintN, Xotions, Carprlinif. rid. MrKc5f'< n Story Itluck, It.iltu. fctn-ct, ICELENMJKCK i JOILVSO.V, Dc-lllri ill ITatchc', .fnvrlryi Silver and PLATED uc.. X-xt ilixir to I'vfrt-Oflii c, llilt-ntnrc JOHN jrs'firn OF inn Office on H-ltir-.iore Mre-t, m.ir tlip Public S Minn-. llosttiuruut nnd Snloon, r.r.t sun AVnl-h's Illork, IWlinion-iturl. Bry Goods House. .VV ILI.TAM DEVBIES CO., Jso. 31ii MsillimiiTo Street, iJctUf-'n Ho'Aiir't nnil Lilnrty Strc-.-ls, HAL'TiTaQJir., Nil. ronrfintlr nn it nni! uf Ury Goods, SJotioaSj 5cc, And olir jinrclioscs I'citiR macie for Cash, nt- "ill to give Ihc jjiantagu ofltrtJ iu tills or any other market. January 18, Em TVOTICOE Tn thcBo Jluifding and Repairing. iVlLLIAM Tin, Zinc, Sheetlron "Worker, wnuld Inform the citizin-! of to-Annnil UiAt he is prrparcd to do oil khiils cf (JL'T-ITOKK in his such as ROOFING, SPOUTIXG, 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 -.vc in v.nn pursue tin in, Tisaa li'u witli'-m] Lo' our lite fiiix Ihrai! Oieat and CjloriouE Countly. 'B.f.na 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.-< in any other Our children Mjunll louder, grow fa-tor, gi'l too for their brocclira ijuicfct'r, thnii tho'c of any other ohildren in :my otlior niuntrv." APOIT is res- poii.-iblc for the following should be iintnc- iliulely plnceil under restraint by Iiis friend? he ha? he a dangerous an- imal to be at largo: "Dimples are the perpetual smiles of Na- very rimniiiscat (lex ice nnil lurk- ing place of Love. earth is dimplnl by dells and valley.-', it always seems to laugh: when the ocean is dimpied by the brctve, it sparkles with joy beneath the shine, of heaven, cannot look for frov, IIP on a dimpled face: frinui- and dimples will not lion-soft, how ro- gitHi, how beautiful uro tho dimplo in the clbong and xhouldvra. the pretty linwU and fcnt of Inhe. duto upon those darling and delight to them. JJut ruc'ianting dimples, at to the of nn young man, .ire which conic p'jepirtg out of the chcehp and around the mouth of 'nwi'c! when en cut seventeen cfiays foinc arch tally, peeping out nnd tiding away din mnmetit. n.initig and going with the mont benitching uiTiCAt, they arc: 1. Never put off till to-morrow what yon can d) 2. Never trouble another for what you can do yonrs-elf. S. Never spend your money before you h.iiu it. Never buy r.bat you iln mil w.int bc- iibo it i.i cheap; it will be licnr lo you. I'riih-cujiti 117 more lhan hunger, thirst, and colil. G. never repent of having eaten too Nothing is troublesome lliut we do willingly. 8. How much piiu buve the evib which hnve never happened, cost tn. II. Take tbinrjs always by their smooth handle. 10. When nngry, ccunl ten btfute you spent; if very angry, ti buuilu-d. What is a coquette? A young ladv of more beauty than sense, more flccmnplinh-' nicntu than learning, more charms of person than graCB of mind, more admirers than friend', more fools than "wiso mon for Vn. Kj. Ecsolutinns of 1708. SCMTOP. WALL, of New Jersey, has ad- i the following letter to the "Ncvr Vork World" in defence of the cebjbratid Virginia and Kentucky 170S: fc'c'pti'mber I-i. Tlic Itppublieaii party, pi esumiug upon tbp ignorance
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