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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - October 11, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland                                VOLUME II. CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1865. NUMBER 23. KVIUIY AVKDNESDAY MOKNIKG. Oilluo cm IiTouhnuic Street, ncnr tlio Houiiu. TJ3KJ1S Sl'JJjJ'-Wl-TION' T'.VL1 DULLAH3 jtr in-MrUM} in mlrancp. .No nil ULen lor u lui 'trim! tiuu til of Circuit A.t'CAIlttK Cltrk of llle Tin nil KL-SLUV. of W. HOOV1.U. T. A. -nimvrux. CIllSIIOI.M, .In. UIL' Urph.in'' Com .1 II. II. CVIrl-KM., IH'n'I.A.S I'UIICV, A. M. 1-. MJtill. Cuuatr Coni'iiLs'iuin ciiAiri.KS KLUAII ntni.Mt, .uiiiN .1. II. J. I.. T-11 I.. TOWN'SllK.Mi. tn Dr. HJ2NE.Y J. WIESEL, GU.VHUATK liclleviie Mini- irtl Culli'se, New Yi.rV; furmt.rh .tn- of Thunu> A. II- ili-r .1 Huml. Hinilll, .mil ol 1'nit. lljnillum.iif Xi'H York- in nm'mllflT. in the I'ultlic in the intiuiis ItMntliw milling to hi> iirnfUJm. IllOn-mi KAl.TlMnlii: STKKCT, lir-irM.ili.iii- ie, in llic room- Old .Sn hi'-- I'imi- li-rUuiil, Mil. apt. 27, tf. T7f 121 1 S. I ATTOHNEY AT T.AW, sin. >TtrOnk-c Scntth "till! of ftruct, tlirw l'-i-t "f Court lloii-i'. S'ph r 'J7, la'l" l.AVT OFJ-MCR, trmr SlUJ} OF CKKKK. CUM if M WILLIAM ATTOHKEY AT LAW, TB-tllliti' West of cm K. ill the Itoi.ms kiion il -is tin- Olfii v ol" the I itc 1 tiunus Iln i mull. 11. IS-iil. i.. n vn u MI.] u-iitD. 3C5Ja.l33.clf f Whiskies. BRANDIES, Gin, WINES, Etc. corner of Ualtiniore .t Canal Streets, (In; llrMi-r, pt, i7, Mil. irTLi; FEVKK co., DRUGGISTS CHEMISTS, IlilHauire, InHrten Ctlitre IXriill. 3W. .JOHN K. BUCK, UjiUoMi-rcr .1111! Taper Hauler, And I taller in nil Pnpor, Blinds, CurtniiiB, etc., etc. Kilto. stivct, n fi.w iloniy iiliovy Oiruc. M. M. KKAliXKV. Gin.-occur, 1'r.ilir ill wtsns, TKAS, I-IIOVIPIOSP, nsii, ciiEias, TOBACCO, CIGAIIS, AC. Ibi'tiinoro stnisv, A.M. L. Ilu-U's Tolnc- CuniNrl.mil, Mil. HITMIUUI) .t LONG, JJirilcrs in cj Iron, Sterl. rutlrry. olcn XI u.'ruikr'c ulil ktaiul, i-uriicr mill Mc- 4 iinulr MINKK, Uc-ikr in Hals, Can't etc., -Mi K.iix's ILiltiinnn1 WILLIAM .M.inufaLtiin.r   JlSlI.TXFIQItEt IC-.cp Imnil, n Mud. Torti-rn aiul .Dry Goods, Am! -mir 1x injr mul- lur-Tn-li, IK; ji irvl lo cili- jill tin- Jilt ulktxil ill -MI> "tlur niirkri. 18, .m-IIMIV O'HMI in ('iinilK.r- J l.iinl, in (In UtMHiK I'lllimor-.. from ii.-rii.irliilhi-Cili limit-. Sln.nl.-'oiitlil.tii.h.lli- L- t, I.-. Mrs! Byrne. his'nct n I'-illimurf-iiiil IWilfonl tniis. Iroiii lut'ity limin. Kcl.....liti tit1 Sdiith I.il (rti" i-tutt, ilr. S. S. Pornuy, with Mrs. Clitrk, A-i.Hi.mf.. .I'lnrl llnironl to Ultli- Icy liuul, iiml from In City nol in ol ihnrih, ll'ilftirtl a'riti, bi IHt'rtrl I nln.ic I.illli! Valli'jr mill "ruin U i loCili Miss tairtel A'n. Ml Win of em': v linol i (truer of I'ri., n .mil Sm.lHi.Miml .-tr.i In. hi Mr. S. Iloyinan. iiittri 'Uil.'nrtTirtrn il li'thM'-.ith- 11 lilt full III-Inn OII ill! 'UM1I13. (Vlolicr 3t .T01INT IS. WFPKXUH, jnsTiri: OF Tin: on Rnllimnro strcyl, nmr Ibr Pulilii- Snimrc-. SAMUEL 1IVA.MS' Ttostrttirnnt nntl Snloon, nKFUISHilKSTS nU.-iys nn liauil. IVi-l'li'" Illmk, Hjltinmrc utrrcl. Lo Povro's Camp-Itch Lotion. NHVUR I-'AILINI! IlKMIIDY r..rllin. lire of Camp II'I', T-ilir, I'.nwn mill nil t-'kin SiMiira A ilhuiit il, di their in in ur uukof Die fieM. I'-rpnrnl only by II. LK FUVKB .t CO.. Mn.y 24, 1WJI. IlniBsUK, k l'.] U.ST UK IJOOICS To used in Public Sclioolc. ill) ficiwlricli's Ili-tiirii-s I1. H. It'inilV Ci'l'V Tiiviua" Serifs O. I'l iiiM-iin.r, I K. rf. i.v, Cvm'r. rliilHr I- iUi. r.t IT PUBLIC SAI-K. Ksicnlor nf thf I.Ht uitl slliil lesMmt'iit of llenn U nut r, uf Allc.ruii> intv, ilwi-.i.-'e'l. will piililii: tuV, in limit uf the t-tinv of St-irt-.ni.in CiniiUn, in tlu- On titfttnltiy 1 ilti'j nf Ofliilxr iirrt. TJC-JIS J on wlitrU llif tii'l   UIV- Kl! ISOTTdM. The ir.iiiriivuainl' iiiiisi t of IiiiiHiiiK.Stjblintrnnil ntlur niii-biulil- Tlurr is n fun- .iniHN nil "nh inl on Ilic r.inn. nnil r nvir tin- IJnr'tin-r. IVr-iins m.n ill -in- I" ikr. the anil Ironiliirlliir [nrlicul in. r.m   nn Onbiinl of lili" fcnil II. Tin- ,on-isi of 11 rn'ii-xrniir liulit rnoim nnil KiMiui; Iliii- H.irn mill in n Tin- nnil IiTiiHinnlc known on nlililimlioli on" tlirimmije'. i pi. i nrrni MIM.EII. Steam Euginc Saw Mill, KOlf SA TAM lo nil n Sli-mi Knpinp nml Pan Mill in Allivniiy muni', 'bl.. I'.in 1'iiu SLilioii nn Ilii- limlrolil. tl will Folil ii ry low fur Jlr. V.iniKiItln will tin-Iirupirly In IKT- M to rxumim1 it. Ix'tliri iiililri'-sril I" at Winchi'ter, Vn. will inii't u nh iiniiinii mil niimi. CHARLISi t, Clint. Chi'istiunity. In summer of I a in tt country ji- nl itrc.i ci'Ui-1 a inn-! !u> :i tit-Lit. tin1, are mill cm t, tllo li !iur tittcrinp u% II'i, cxul.iinii'tl ical itoiiigs uxjelly to ynur tif-io." Tim writer, :i l.iilv in n   ritliir in Uri'ilc or in ninl al the iiniMT'-ily nun linnnrs fur rla--ii'.s ini'l -lilier fur lit- Ur was in tin1 ivorh nf :ut iiiiiiinir anil brutiil jK'ujile. lie Inil a pl'in anil a will; Imt many irnrlliy fnlka Here ft that zi> il itau uithnuL or wistlum at any rati1. t )m> of lii-. lir-t inca- Mire? wsi ti> Ojn'ii a in a ri'iimti' part cif the jari-li, anil ihr ridin HIM iiH'il for wct'l.Iy Hut all ilrnhkanl- TDM; ag'iinvt such nnliearil gf Tlicy xiiiiiM rim aftor liir.i ami limit- ing, aiul of ami other mi-'.iU'''. uiin, lie nniitiu'r on in I liearJ tliuttnry. JIaliintr a siiml in (lie iniiMleuf the at tliu of llic Ii-inil-t. jii-t :i -.-nr liT.'i. in lljtrnji hi. dirliwm-. Thruo lIoiforH alunil III ul. Mull brail anil fully wbilp; one olhor U'bili' mill liiil w-ilh fhnrt hiirni; unit ntlirr nuil Brln- nilh i-.mil -shorl linnn. by lloirjr P. llrolun-rklo mill ('onrpe II unilcr iiaili, nt foiirUxii ilollnn enrh. (iirrn iiniliT niv hiui.l: J. It. WIDKM'Tt. Tin- owner nf Ihi-iiliiii- Iliifurj il nii-sli.il In prove jinv nml t.il nr.xitV nn' tho Vulle} ltn.nl nlHxit fnnr mil frnm (Jiiinliertntiil. QUOT OIIN'S. Mni'vBinl IJoys' Kt.VttLKtmJ ll.tltlll'.li XllnV AuL'iijI !i lllTMIllltn .t l.ONn. BKLLOWcJ, ANVILS VICES. AiwufS on lunil anil fur Mlc liy 17. IIUMBlltD UKiO. Iilutrimoniiil Venture. Tlie curious lunturt'S that aru wt-aMonnH-r innilu tin thu frr.'it ciccnn of iiKitriinony, nt'vur full tn apparent ivlic-n tlir of- lii'ial aru olasttiHi-cl. 1'or inslam'i.'. tlif returns nf ;irc nniv and uu nnil in ilium the ful- lui'.in'T Tttunfy marrinj-e-- of ilivnri-cil jicrs-ans iM.-ciirrcil Jiirinj; tlic of tlio -.rhulu iininber in Lomlnu. Mnrc than of niar- riul. lioth uii'ii ami women, miller thirty nf that the? if niarriiigoauun.-c'Jtilrnctcil at a iiid of life. J'ut, nil IhuolhtThanil, thirty l.idif- ntrc mariicil hi'fnrc Ilicy were ivtoen, anil Inn lininlruil ami liout the ngi' of a lafkof .-octl ruli-c eitlu-r in the young lailic-h Ilioni- or in thi'ir natural jirntt'cluni. Vnr-io nnil wursf, ti-c youths of ixti'i'ii must tako to wires, irtiin.iti-ly all rnthor nhlcr thnn it hits often IILTII nnticvd, aru apt tn '.ill in love nilh tiicir HIIIIU- w they live Inng cnniigh to l.c a little; with for ilnin-j. Two ladies of alinii- thirty-five married nen ahovc oighty; and one girl of hixtcou iiarrieil a man of regular April ml Doceniber alf.iir. One Iiiiiulrud and and forly- u'n marricil afler tin' tcrip- nr.il "tlirec-tcoro yrartf and ten." I'roha- >ly they wore Innoly, and wanted conip-iii- if they c-onld not re.vanialily i-ip.'f.t lo get love. ICij-ht nf gcn- li'inen had Locn and three nf this aihea the old maxim th.ill IIOMT." I'onrteen men were married who were iver eighty yojrn of age. 1'inally a man ninety-two married .1 wo- of regular "never say lie" alf.iir. As tho notiec-fl gene- rally lln-y live'lung and hajipy ugolher." well, lei U9 remcmlier, in reading hese curious Blati-ticg, that pome nf these Iry facts might look very differently lo tin f ire contenipl.ited lliciu .11 they were, fur- rmnided lir uiiiiK'rouscircuiiibtancej of which arc entireli- ignorant. Official returns ire alu.iys liku mem naked tuigs stripped of heir a fact that looks very tol- cralilo when FCCII as it really is hy relatives i5 friends, may proout a rallicr ugly and leformed appcaraneu to strangers who con- template it only in the cold, drear light of ofliei.il I'uptr. A Hat Bnrbcr Shop. M'o have read in several papers recently uf rats drinking whisky and "getting on but the following incident told by a friend in this city beats all of them: "I had a verv good razor and on that day purcha-fd a eale of almond coap. After going through my "manipu- 11.iid them both iluivtt in the win- window looking out upon a back yard in which is a large mulbcrrj tree. I noticed while shaving four or fiv largo raLs looking up at mu from umlerncal! the tree. The next morning my razor, toaj anil brush were all gono, and nowhere to IK. found in the room. Hut imagine my tonishmcnt up-in looking down" under tin tn-c, and wciiig old grey rat biif-ily en pagod shaving another, whilst three or foil olhnrs worn ,'itting around' wailiiif; tlioi: luriiB. They had nil my. tilings, anil a of bl.n'kinj; (plolon from my neighbor, liob I'lominp) with wliinli to breaking tip 1 found good many fhiuiilaalcra.but no hard money The Policj. The AVashiii'itiin correspondent of the Philadelphia Lnlytr, which is generally [irclly well infnrinc'd upon pretty pond authority in passing events, from thai undor d.ite of Septcin- lier lo, on the mlijiTt of the war the radi- are on (hn ill regard tn his This war long been threatened and the I'n -rident Inn been -ware of it, fur as f.ir hnel: as the of July he of it the "now lli.it Ihreatcusns" Thaddeu-- the leader of the radicals of ihis St-ito, in a recent speech iu Lancaster, opened the war pub- licly upon the I're.-idcnt, llnii ing "Ihe new danger." Other prominent leaders of the radical fjclion arc cn-nally hold iu their denunciations of 1'rcM- ilcnt'a Conservative am! course on restoration. Should he adhere to bin we may next hear of him being ar- raigned before a military court for disobey- ing thf of these destructive disunion radicals. The eorre_-pondent says The President will fight this radical war to the bitter end. Wilhin one moiitli after the inauguration of our new President, 1 advit-cd joti on that in no 1'i.i.ht would thu radicnl clement be favored, and thu whole course of Mr. Johnson since proved the correctness of thntn-'tcrtiun. There no ccdder (piarterof the city to the destructive faction than Ilia White House. therefrom have called and called, sent in card after card, but in most u-i.ies the is too to attend to them lie is Tiicir calls arc frcijnciit of late, and they havo ojicnctl the war outside. ft trill If though nol without pro- bable fcrious embarrassment to the Presi- dent in carrying out tho work of "restora- tion" he lias M> nobly commenced. This is "tlio new danger that threatens its." As long ago as tiio -Ith (if .luly, t.hc l-'icctitivc saw tho cloud of opposition to his policy rising, aiidjlicn used tho nboyu words. Ills .and it-nil. to meet-Uio content ho armed al niTil liimscir-wjaarc tijioii the bulwark of Con-.titutii.iii. To a well- known Southerner last ho faid, "Jly chart is the Constitution, (lie States miu-t restored, and thu privileges which it confers tnu-i They arc cntillo'd to thcin. and they shall have Ihftn The President is (Irmly anchored there, and il is lie FO fast a ft'nld upon the helm of the natiomil hhip, that the wave- of fiiiKitieism and cl.islt hjin. They notild beat him from his pavilion, but it will be f.ir ami no and they who think otherwise do nnt the pilnt they urn ilcaling with. The list of radical Ann far out, and to be presented imnirdiatcly after the opening of congress, is as follows: Jtcfus-il to cxlenil negro 2d. The of secessionists as Proiisinnal "d. Tho free elereiso of the pardoning power, whircin xrerc included many who should have boon hangc-d. The introduction of anus into the Southern 5tli. Tho disbanding of the colored rcgi- Clh. The refusal !o order a Rwccjiing con- fiscation. 7lh. The restoration of the Southern Stli. Tin1 rcfu'il to arraign lender of the rebel hosts, after he had been indicted for treason. Oth. Tin- refusal to try Davis by a Mili- tary Court. JOth. The apathy shown in the enforce- ment nf the Monroe doctrine as applicable to Mo-cico. Such is the list so far, and there is no dis- puting that it is formidable, bntt re- peat, tho President la ready, nnt only for the opening gun, but for the terrific Ore that id expected to follow. That the conserva- tive who love their country and their whole eustain him in Bnlid column, there can be no (question, and this ii all the President asts. Grant him this support, and he will hand his name down to posterity a second Washington. Snails of tho Desert. Tn n paper addressed to the French Acad- emy of the Sciences, 31. Paul Koochcr.givcs a description of various snails, the migrations and habits of which he has had occasion to ub-crvc during his travels over the southern part of the prm inccs of Orin, from K1-A{ mint to the frontier of the Empire of Morocco. These creatures obtain the water necessary to their CT.iitcnee from certain pulpous plants nliirli ppnntancously in these regions nol visited with rain. Such is the "guett-i" a plant which is the chief aliment, and it mil-lit, almoH be said drink of the animals to be found ill the desert of Sahara, especi- ally of the celebrated 'meah" or antelope, which, if the Arabs are to be believed, can live several years without is the fyjiijihytliim cnmttiitm, which the Arabs call the water-skin plant. M. Ho her stales tint ho has often seen hundreds of snailrf attached to these plants early in the pioriiing, in order to derive from them the moi'ttire which in other countries is supplict lo them by rain or dew. During the nighl there always is in the desert a certain re lativo dampness, owning lo tlio extreme ra refaction of the air in those regions, am this also contributes to the nourishment o these molliisk.H which live a long whili without food. Their shells are pruvidcc with lids, nicaus of which they ciclud tho heat and prevent the evaporation of the moUlurc they have imbibed. Beautiful Anecdote. A happier illustration of Uie ivoaderfu character of Ihe Bible, and tho facility -frith which even a child may answer by it tho greatest of and solve tho eublim cat of was jrerhaps never givoti than at an examination of a deaf and duml institution, Home years ago in London. J little boy was asked in writing, "who mad the world lie took the chalk, and wrote UTulcrncat the "In the beginning God create' the heavens and the earth." Tho clergyman then inquired in a Bitnila manner, "Why did Jesus Christ come int' tho world "i" A smile of delight and grati tudc rested on the countenance of llic littl fellow as he wrote: 'This is a faithful sayinp and worthv o all acceptation, that Chritt came iud thu world to fave sinners." A third was evidently adapted to call most powerful feeling: into Tfcrcyon-liorn dea and dumb, when T can hear and faid -an cyc-witnes-i, "shall! forget the-look off resignation which'M upon his countenance, he took tho chalk and wrote: 60, for it sccmot good-in'Kiy .'V Checking Perspiration. idi irhlch Htcryliatly Oayld to Jiaoie. Kdward Kverett became ovcrlicated in oMifving in a court-room, went" to Faneuil [all. which was cold, sat in a draft of air mtil hit turn came to sneak: "Kulmy muds-and feet were as ieo, my lungs on re. In this condition I had to go and poml throe hours in the courl room." lie icd in less than a week, from thus clicct- ng the perspiration. It was enough to kill ny man. Prof. Mitchell, while in n slate of .tiun in yellow fever, the certain, sign of ecovery, left his bed, went into another ooin, became chilled in a moment, and died he same night. If, while perspiring, or while wanner ban usual from ciercisB or heated room, here is a sudden exposure to still, cold air, o raw damp atmosphere, or to a draught, rhethcr at an nprn window or door, or (reel corner, the inevitable result is a vio- ent and instantaneous closing of the pores if the skin, by which waste and naltcr, wh'uili were making their way out ho system, are compelled to seek an exit hrough some weaker part. The idea is ircsentcd by saying that the cold had set- led in that part. To illustrate: A lady was about getting into a small toal to cross the Delaware; but wishing first o get an orange nt a fruit-atand, she ran up .he bank of the river, and on her return to the boat found herself much heated, for it ivas summer; but there was a little wind on. .he water and her clothes soon felt cold, iihicli settled on her lungs, and within thu rear she died of consumption. A Ftrong man was working in a garden In May, feeling rather tired about noon, 1m sat down in the shade of the house and foil asleep; he woke up chilly; inflammation of ho lungs followed, ending, after two year." of great suffering, in consumption. v On opening bis chest there was such an exten- sive decay that the yellow matter was scooped out by the cupful. A liostou ship owner, while on the deck of one of hia vessels, thought he would lend a hand in tonic emergency, and pulling off his coat worked with a will, until ho per- spired freely, he sat to rest enjoying the delicious brcczo from the sea. On attempting to rise ho found himself una- ble, and was eo stiff in his ttiat he bad to be carried homo and put to bed, which' ho did not leave until the end of two when he was barely able to hobble down to- the wharf on crutches. A lady, having been unusually busy all day, found herself heated and tired towards sundown of a snmmer'a day. She concluded to take a drive to town in an open vehicle. Tlie ride made her uncomfortably cool, but she warmed herself up by an hour's shop- ping, when she turned homeward; it being late in-the evening she found herself more decidedly chilly than before. At midnight she had pneumonia (Inflammation of the and in three, months die had the ordinary symptoms of consumption. A lady of great energy of character lost her and had to lako her place fur four days; the kitchen was warm and there was a draught of air (hrough it. When tho worl: was done, she, warm and weary, went (o her chamber and laid down on the bed to rest. This act was repeated several times. On the fifth day flic had an attack of lung fever; al the cud of months she was barely able to leave her chamber, only lo' find herself sulTerius with all tho prominent symptoms of confirmed consumption, such as quiek pulso, night and nmruing, cough, night sweats, debility, short breath and fall- ing away. A young lady rose from her bed on a November night, and leaned her ami on the .cold window bill, to listen to a Next morning she had pneumonia, and'suf- fcrcd tho horrors of a-sllinia for the remain- der of a long life. Multitudes of women lose health and life every yenr, iii ono or more by busy- ing themselves iu a warm kitchen until wea- ry, and then throwing themselves on a bed or eofa, without covering, and perhaps in-a room without fire; or by removing tho outer clothing, and perhaps change the dress for a common one, as' soon as they entered tho house after a walk or a shopping." The rulo should bo invariably to go at once into'a warm room and keep on all (ho clothing for at least five or ten minutes, mill the fore- head is perfectly dry. In you havo to rido and Lmr is' a coniiUnt. seem, giren (oi-j si- the nurse gives thing4o-a child, (o amoscnutil itfall-i V'' v '..v- r'SPAPERI   

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