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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - October 25, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland                                VOLUME II. CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1865. I ALhliGANY COU.V1T. FOR 1SG3. X conformity lo JH-UIUU y, Article J3, of the Code ut 1'tthlie Gt-neml L.WJ of the Stile of M.irilanJ, (he CuHewIui; slatrmenl uf of Allcpiny couutr, tor the jt-ir U Ibht-U ami sub-aiitlLil to the jwuple ol'taiii couulv. KIDGEI.Y. I'ns'l, J.L.TOU'NSIIK.NO, JOHN 310 i: ou 55 3 oo 1551 sail uaas 235 J7 33 33 33 13 ZO 8 i: oo iiOO 33i B Ju'Oii Uajr.i, Clerk. HISCCLLAXSOUS KILLS. J.IIM KIclunl., UjiLauiiliri Mil .lioiajs Jo'jns, harilnaj: HunihiM liTOirlhi, IVitr Sneclma, error m ut Kornun Jacobs, 13. A on Hoop Pole Roi 1 II dcdcitacr in bridge Uiy John A Ddindcr, State wim-sj Harriet Quin, Catharine lioitlr, Christopher rrrcr in taxes O'jrutojiher U'jgntr, road contutiaoner nouan White, niLon'-r Joseph Ihiler. fee bilk Plulln difiicg sli llmlftt Young i Son, un IcrJnlter'j biU 1' B Morrison support of A m BlltU Institution, Biltiao .1 Brotvn, Mtorner'j 1, OS- IT or. 19 20 13 11 50 II S'.r.irtzwc' !cr. atMtuaery Khnid, 2 J! J MtXatnw, ertcr in tiiej Browu, 1.50 of S. L. tor m ikiuR list of laiallw John Johajon. joi! Holui: i Co, drapiaj for Court-llou'" Startznnn it for j it! .1 VC Marru.ler, hardi-aic Ltll Charles Kjif'r, iinJertaLtr'a hill 1 hoaiaa B trmitz, lio-a-s Hc'-tum error in Jicob bujder, i-irnn Aiilicl illivjn. support of .Imon Hoiiic Halt, error in tij-a S It To-rnslicu-J, HL-A .it Ford 1, rinlip error in tjicj A Jlnscs Clro-j. tlothin? fur jut MelYrr.-u, f-rror in t While i Itruthcra, fur jail Is we K.tlb.iugli nnd Jiilm roul from Uirlon to AVm. 3lon.hi.-iil. n-jnirnij; Court-! A At I. Bush, Stale li I'oniptoii, l-oiieln Koid V.'m K tt'i-lu-r. bill IMilorof C-iirgi'T Knurr, ll-nry 11'i.Tf, error i-i tmx S'iriicr fc IV., artii tor eountr JJIIIIH M.mtiL-u., Cuniuer''iii'iiii'it Kmnuniii! error in tuts .lolin Lin-o, u-orLon j ul 131'Hoiturcainn, rtpuriiit; IlcgUlcr's oflui: Hnjieui.ll IIiMi, oil doth C It .Vlms-llon-i! Mil .H1 John T.mber, .Tohii Warnit-k, new roul in Xo 3 uti'l Ucve-nnc It J lor Yonpli Hridjsc .S L roml from I! irrclsi ille lo J-Vostlnirir S L Ton iHheii'1, road from Kru'tlmrg to 2. L Tuiin-Oicnd, nu-l from Lonaconing to K II Iliitler, undertdcr'j bill Ciim'Krlinil City John former, in t-ivrj AVilli un Hill, Stjtc viine.3 Mil support of K Odden K rrnir in tusey JuilEt- Sinitlt, rcniir4.it Mich K] V.mhorn, bolide- for 'J ele--tiiinj Arclnlulil L I' 1'ipir, hoii-x- lor elections .mil lliilnt box J M Itnt-ki-y, e-vtm worT; 15 (U-r7; Clerk of Circuit Court I'roiinek county, feei Klie-rilf, Crier, KUile Attorney, Attorney eountr fit-i J.iroh Kronn, ripLii i-J of llonin Dirid XaiiRicUe, support nnd fiiiiLr.il cx- M H.irdin Khah-i Kniyi-p, ro.ul Junntliin Friend, .Sr. Kobtrt Porter, error in funnel Pool, kapiTof Co'irt-llon r- K Q Krcdloch, ill-fit icnry in bridge leiy H P Smith, error in lam John House nrul Xo 9 J.iinrj Fnrlow. ro.nl in V 3no Tilgman llobinclt, support I'.lijili tlobiiutt 'J5 Itarnr Murjihy, Hiati- vitnr--i J.tcoli Iloor, duliciciKV on Pack-llorec bridge fTcurgc A Pi-.ircr, v.ork on Aili 01 idt- roml John 11 Friend 10 OJ 2 SI 1 30 lo- II 1! ShafTer, support of Ily. M'ade 20 II I! Shafll-r. II JJ Shafn.-r, 11 1) II Surtziuitu, Wm U'aish F JI Orainlich, M'III Combs, J JI Strong, Jbry Mulltfti. AthJi-1 Willisou llt-iiiy IJrown ijuj" JI llalfin Mra Ui'Minld-4 Colored'Child 2U 1'cxton Shaw CO Mn llopiuau -10 C.ithariue01urk70 Child 40 Child 15 AmunUuii'c 50 Mr Perinchicf. .las H Thomas, II B Slnffer. Jolm Coululinn, John Coiiltlian, Frank Smil Dlirady. Hobiuell. A 31 L Uu-li, .T 51 JohuJ KJIlcr, RcriiaU> 0 Ilciulrisioii This dinluy, Jjlm Hartley. Jjuob Ilroun, 0 H Obr, 3Ir.t I! Kricnd I laiiitl v Teresa Jadiwin 5U JIrs Doyc-11 iiii CnthariiicTigbe'JO JIary Wnll 10 JIuXcar 'Jft Mrs 20 3ir- IIujjliL'3 -10 A Uurtmi :tlj Mary Tr. Mrs'McG rr 'JD Anno ISO .Tuba Chanpv 1-5 Miuuiva, (crjl'd woinnn) Mary Colilcu Naiiuv Mis ISnyor 'S> Win Kurns jMis Pool Jlr-, ll.ddcmaii lleury Uuift. 13 12 j L Tnaiitlicu 4J35 JJ Drotiiiiiukl ,'i'J -J.j -10 Hii- r. n; VI .11 il S Ml :i no M rj iJ 2- 1.12 0-. 23 1 .1100 7 SO I 200 00 1 000 00 Hi r.i fit 2000 1 .1 in 101 oo 31 en Sim 00 Jl-iry Dur.il .I'jlm :tlr. NM-itrl S.illy JJ.irKl.-y 1'ollv Kmrinicl 1'ipcr Ik-nrj ?Irs Krh-hur Jlr- JkCullo.-h -'ill CCbri: Dirni Mr-< liidplp .l.H KlU Ann U'alii -illi 31 UT 31 iloni- 3Ir  Ford 200 IMJIC Kalbniieli, llmil Surveyor for routs in District So -I 200 I! Tlir.ulier, N'o 6 200 Joseph Imir, in no Wm A CnHillnplan, Xo 2 100 Wui Shirelitfi-, liridcc 30 J I, Ton ttnliend, error in taiei 31 fig John J MorriMon, of Julia Itiwj'i diltit ,n _ J II Wilson, lioiw for election 5 _ IJOUXTV .S L Tntrnthcnil, liotinty to .Toluntecrs under last mil 33, Aon ouTsinE rnxpioxa. K P Smith, for support of 3Iary Carter 20 William Shaw J'ary Farrcll iJO William Shaw, Eliza Frote !IO ,T J McITonry, Mary MoQnadc 20 Klirti MoXccr 20 10 oo lo oo was 10 oo Walsh K Perry fiordon JL Pearre 10.00 10.00 Gordon nnd Thrnston (ton A I'earre, Deo A Pearre, Perry n Ponrrc, C 20 00 00 10 00 1000 10 00 1000 JUSTICES OF THK 1'KACU, UTC. IIMcKcon. J.I'. fci-bill 015 Peter Hakor. 2 John JI Kiglit .Constable JI-I I Saurcr, 2 00 IT Duckworth, J. P. ft 10 JacobSpoelman, Conitalilu 19 IS! Iicvi Shnw, S 8'J Win Wickard, 10071! A flondcr, J. P. 15 ,1 31 Strong, Cormier, il.'i 00 II J Wade, J. 1'., .1 85 31 Sherry, 0 H Parki-r, ConiL-ible, 17 11 P 3Iurray. in Jas3IcNtilty, -1253 Jiihn I-avcllc, J. P. JKl'l.'i W11 Ootlv. a .T B Widrncr, 1-1 SCHOOLS. Public Schooh, 00 IIOAD sin_____...... DistriL-t No 1, for r.-pjiring road-i, 5 11. 1-'. 1 I. Of) 00 00 00 00 fiOO 00 fiOO 00 fi.'iOOO fiWi no illlO 00 oo 00 700 00 oo 400 00 :w3 oo COUNTY Chas. Itidgely, pci die-in and uiileagu 148 00 Klijib Frleud, il.'iS .1 hTowiiaht-nd, (10 .1 II !5laIliiiS3. Jf, .lohn Hell, Kill 00 .lacob lirowii, clerk oOU (II) Jjcob JIniivn, attorney '200 00 ________iX KXl'EXsSHS. S W Fiii-iid, K.) A dO Sil.is per illein 8 I I t Jiihn il agiiiT, judpi K Wm 11 Tu-.x-r, cb-rk 8 Thornton Gilpiu, clerk S S Rib-y. II J., p.-r ilium anil inili-.ige SO Trlliiiau jmlge.por ilii-m S Jlatthuui, judge S John L Hook, tlutk 8 A cb-rk 8 JI Fm-nil. e-l-rk 4 Ann Muck, lio'i-c icnt -I .1 An-iult. 1! J pcriliem.v mib-age 2W 10 PIT ilnini 8 (ii'o W h mn in. H liemgi! Cliaili', vlurk S ll.iiis-jii clerk 4 Fro-t, i-l-rk -f Abr.ihatn U-.iuhov, rent 10 1 II. mileage K pi-r diom I 1 IJ D luson juilgo (J li DticLuiiitli, judge K Wm J'artyr. (i I inn--. Shaw.-clurk S Wm X Hcluw, cU-rk M m St-iloii, hnu-e rent 1'2 Jlillcr, J p.-rdipin il mileage 1-J 12 judge, per dit-m Jln-i'-i Wailr. David KtioJi-, jml-'c i-loik 12 KnllitiH, cli-r't 0 Mie-liiii (i Jlichai1! rihcrry. house re-nl X i! lii-id, K. pe-rilif-niit milu.-igo 20 Aiiu- tlro'i, jti'lgc per ilium 12 fohn IJon.iid, jmlge 12 A JI Ailiiii-. clerk .1 A 12 K H JleCleaxe, clerk I' li, .1. ]n-r diem ,t niilc.iijn 20 Hartley, judge pur diem 8 L Wagoner, jiulgo -J Alderton, .1 JI J I'iper, e-lurk, S IMI} Ilaitlt-y, e-Ii-rk S A Tiail per ilium .t inili-nge, ill II SliircliiF, jmlgi- per diem S Hartli-r jtidgu b K JIi-Kiiinlit'clurk S in .Stott clerk 8 Snpliii hini-c rout JO II I! ICIbin, H.'.J. k mileage 22 John l-'letelie-r. jinlgu pe-r diem 10 JI (i De.iri. judge, (i .1 1! Itiibinotle, clerk Il.insdii Willi-itm, e-Ie-rk, -I 1! l! i-le-rk ,1 prrdiom A mileage William V.'nllz. judge, per diem 10 10 II Li-o, e'lerk. 10__ Doiiitt .1. per dii-in A mile-agy 20 S.im ,1 Uivngintif, jn-lgc. j.e-r diem S Julias lleghlov, S Wm Iline-Uinl-li, cl-rk -I Aiirnn I'ny, r, clir': 8__ Aif-lin Spike-r, e-lcik -1 I. I'rite-haril.lt. .1 prrdii-m A niilcngu 12 William Xo'.-l judge, per diem -I 1' Hull j in 1'J Sainiie-1 rlrrl; I'liN'hurd clurk -I Tliiiiuas.1 clurk -1 Andrew Xi-ivm.-.n. i-lcrk, ,i-eof .1 Jtrown.jJ 1) li'DoimeJI S__ fl Vdhryer, It. >V miliMgc20 C.vpcr judge, per II While, Jle-rkli-c of II 1) Urtictf II II Williamson clerk per iliem Richard C.iMwell clerk John clerk of 0 F Shner W Savage H. .1. per die-in mile-age John Itrady, judge per diem 8 Archibald C.istt-cl.judge 4 Wm llrowning judge 4 IMward Hoyo clerk S__ D II Friend clerk S lialph Tin) cr H J per diem   ,1 hug-dun K 1 and 1 IX Iturli-y 1 J Wilaon nnd 4 Adair 2 0 Staler :j S Sotinuborn 10 0 WDchiHilerC Wash 7 and 1 Thonij'-oti Lower 2 fos tcalpa J A JM.inrilur J Joiuthan Stott 2 F f> Jlurton 1 1 Wine-brciitie-r fl F. Fitimiller Loivniles A 6'ramer fl. John Picken.H. J. per diem .t mileage John Dnnglna judge Stewart jiiilgo John I louplas rlerk Satnurl rlcrk 0 I) clerk Xool Pierce rent FOX S .Ifttlingly A 7 S 17ciioeii -I John Urady 1 .t C'o 10 ilietn 81 8 4 5 4 10 PO WII.Ii CAT SCALPS. -I fot wnlpH 4 7 7 and 1 wild cat ft 50 1 and 1 1150 -Vorg.m Ilinklc John Hell Jacob 31artiu John JiariK.-.-, W (Jri-L-iiliaiiiii (Jem Ilonicc- 4 1 1 1 1 10 and 1 I !_...__ 10 C 8 50 1 1 5 -1 250 1 1 1 I 10 Fnzonbnkcr -I lliipe-we-ll He-bb 1 I.lojd Stullingd 1 llediling C'o lo Ituil; A: Co f, A Thrasher III J 15 Kelley Amud W Siivugc 1 Ili-nry Sines 1 II Friend 1 Stephen W Friend 1 Hi-nry U'agoiiie-r J All Fiasco 1 AMI.JJuili 1 fmac fi I' Turii.-y Joseph Uilloy 2 Win I'axtoii I WllllHOtl fl I) K Cihiurds 2 Driinu A I! JlcCarly 1) Amlren Ari-ndt Kt Vi' it'Siili -I f, nil 1 an and 1' and 1' and 1 and 2 1 4 and 1 1 and 1 1- 10 SO S 1 1 -r 2 50 1 1 1 2 .10 3050 o__ 8 i" 14 .11) 4 i; no i 1 50 W A Ciidiliiigton Chris Slabaugh JU1UKS OF INQUEST. Daiis 1 OP, John H .Mutter .10 D.md Strong 1 Henry C'.irleton .10 ICclto 1 00 Albert Lingo .10 Ce-o F Ocplurt 1 (10 X J Jim Ion .10 Shrjcr Stoicr SO Henry Jlullcr fiO 'J'homaa Coffe-y ,00 Joseph II Ways fill JI L Itizcr ,10 James I'ercv .10 Und F Dowdcn .10 John G Carter 50 John S Crau-r 80 Alt Fi.-her SO Jacob Wie-k.ird fiO linyd J'oudcu SO Samui-l De-cli I J, W Jiratit ,10 W H Wilkins 1 00 II Stuff, use of J Wm Dnwde-n 1 JI Strong in C Tice 50 Arthur JlcUirr .10 Solomon Iticu SO John JlcClcary SO SO SO .10 50 SO SI) SO SO so so Jacob Spvelinan SO Jtilin Yuluntino SO ftlward [seller SO C'liniuliiis Coitnur SO Amos St-illings SO Goilfrey T.-iftie SO 1'r.ink Keller SO Win Yalcutiue SO David SO Wm Hill SO K II Jintlcr SO Aaron I'lilttf SO Thoiiiaa Huiil .10 Henrv Shuck SO Oct. Clerk. John T Quin li.l Xcill Andrew Oooman SO Louis Daner Ad-mi Krrbcr SO Joseph Kowc Wcincr SO K llanibright II ,1 50 C Wlloblitzcll Wm Slmck SO Daniel Liuber I'ele-r Suti-r SO Levi Shiiw F 1 'owile-n SO John Jlooro Jiilm Xeir fill Wiekard FREE SCHOOLS. rilllK Pnblir KtliooK nrc imw open in Cunilier- JL l.ind, in the foIlDuini: llnoiti-.: Ihrtritt 1 I'.iltiniorf from Hit liuj In tin- I'ny ImiiK. fci Mechan- ic strut, Mrs. Byrne. Iti'lri't lilllnnorc.ind Hiilrord from AVilU i reek to City tin-Knifiiif HIIIMI-. S'linih MU'rlt Unit, In Mr. S. S. Pornoy, nlili Mrs. Clnrk, AwiMiiiii. ,V... ll'ilforil strwt lo Little iinil from U'ilUrnrk to Citi limits J-iln.il i-i I.Kjniiiit oflJiptin IhiltKt A'o. Little V.illcy n-nd fri.ni I m k 111 CUV Schuol 111" MlSS WcCundlcsH, iit hrr fihool-niotn. Ilolmt .Vu. of U'llh etnk tVhoi.l corntr of (inrn nnd a'nmilwood fclrilti, by Mr. S. Iloymim. inti-riMi-d. lire rtl-rrrd to Ilic ti-Ach- in. wild full instriH lionx on nil poinH. S. Coinmiwiuner. Oilober [r. t-.] LIST OF HOOKS To bo usod in Public Schools. Spellers, Wilson's Primcru, do Itendcr.1, Cornell's lieographics, iirammari, (loodrich's 11 Stories U. S. Hand's Cupy jlouks, Unvicb' Scries of Arithmetics. 0. I'FIIIMHIIEF, I'reft. K. S. XRVI-M-, Coafr. Octolifr II AGENTS: MAI.K or FKM lo introdiin- the bat sOI- inB DOM.AK Family Sowing Machine in the world. All Sewer, 1 tinder, Ulster, Tii'Acr, Ac. We lol Kootl ARcnts for tlio Mnrlilnc after tl'i-v sill tliim. Kor or call I.ATIIUOI1 Jt CO., 142 .South Otb atml, rhila.lclphia. ftplcinlicr M ILL AND CKOSS-CUT SAWS. 1'or sslo by IiniBlBD LOXG. Tho Great Saratoga Trunk. Old Anthracite hat a vcrv dear dear that bim on iicr ovrn prirat accnunt ubout fifteen thousand dollars year. Mrs. Anthracite always lias the lat est Cushions, to when the great trunk was exhibited in Uroadway, Mrs. A intt.intly purchased one. for her nluimcr Irij Kiery one knows that tbe great Saratog trunk is un unoiceptional trunk. It is co Tilanic iiroportioti's. Cheopi.lh builder of thu great pyramid, might bar found ample accoiiiiiuHJittioti for her entir house in the Saratoga trunk. Accordingly down wi-nt Jlrs. A. to ill great watering-place with her great trunk She hud not been long then1, bowctcr wbun old Anthracite received a private tele gram from a friend to inform him that Mrs A. was flirting de-jwrntely with 15cl zcbub, the great soap-boiler. "Alitbracit instantly takes the train, arrives at Iho ho tel. and, inquiring the number of bU wife' room, quietly w.ilks uji stairs. His wife's door is shut. AnthracitL knocks. Door opens after some Jlrs. A. fluttered, which flutter increased In diainay when slii' nccs her Husband uutcn coolly; explains that he has come to nee how she was getting (in and seats himsi'lf on the fc'aratogn Drops a glove, thu picking up of which en iiblcs him to look under the bed. No one the-ri-. A. looked if some one might lo IIP (here. Husband talks of the. wcnthcr, and the pair aic sitting down to little light comrrsitioii, when old Anthra- cite quietly "Jlrs. A. there's n rat in jour Irunk." Jlrs. A. turns pale through her puint. Nn, uusbiiid is mistaken. The rat is it: I liu They aru always in Ihore.j- tats. lIiBluiiil is sure it in in tin trunk. He miulli him he examine He can't. The trunk is shut and obe ha lost thu koy. Husband begs to contradict. The kiiy >ras in the lock, the lid was open. Husband, amid the protestations of Mrs. A., half raised the lid. No crinoline, no shawls, no lace, no fiirbclnw.s, in ihe great .Saratoga tiunlc. (July Joung ISclzcbtib'K glossy curls and killing mustncliu arc Mrs. A. itiitantly lainL-r. It is a priiilcgc of her sex on eiich occasions. What does doV Shoot young lii-Izi-bub. Nol a bit of it. Ho smiles grimly and f-h'jls the lid don n again, locking the crcnt Saratoga trunk. He rings the bell; Tells the waiter to bring him a gimlet. Uorcs a few holes through the great trunk. Orders tip the porter, and goes olf to New York, ae-com- panicd by thu great Saratoga trunk. What would the trunk not have given for a cigar in the b.igg.igu wagon, when it smcllcd the t-moke that was to deliberately puffed about. The trunk, although nearly suffocated, ihouglit it best to keep quiet. Arrived at New York, old Anthracite told the people nt the depot, loud cnougli for the great Saratoga Irunk to hear him, th.it bu Mould leave his baggage nt the oflice fora fi-w uhcii he would se-wl fur it. This uns more than the great trunk could bear; so it kicked' bhoutcd and made a noise iintil it Hiid broken open, and to the sur- of everybody, poor lichrbtib crawled out in n liiiiping condition. He trieil to tell thu people that it n-ns done for a bet, but the truth leaked out, nnd I pro- iliut tint next sumnirr there will be fewer great Saratoga trunks at the fJpringfl. T think old Anthracite got the best of il.don't you V Love and Business. A rather bnghable transnction took place, xn-ek or two IIL'O, in the tunn of Witt, Clinton County, Jlichigan, in which and are so intermixed that it re- an adept lo distingiii-h between the :wo. A tnilk-safi- pecller called at a hniiEc The woman informed him that The was a widow, and would much have a man. The pcdler informed icr that if she would take a i-afi-, he would .Wa tnan. She took it, and the Killer went on bis way rejoicing, and soon her :i man who lie oFccrtaincd had no o-oin companion, and directed him to the idow. Going on, the peiller called at a to Fell n safe, and was informed tlut tin- man a widont-r, and would prefer n wife. IIu told him if he uoiild take a "afu, he would direct him where be could get a nnm.in. lie look the safe, and the pcdler (liredrd htm to the panic widow. When he rcauhvd her, he na" about an hour lou late, thu first man having secured the prize___ The kinil-hcartal npinan, hoivcvcr, sent him to a t-ccund willow, whom he secured, and both loving couples were married that after- noon. atmis-ing story is tuld of a lady who tried to smuggle a clock across the Canada border. Shu gave the clock-seller partic- ular directions to fix the alarm apparatus bo it would not strike, but tbe Cnnnock being somewhat of a wag, set the alarm so that it would strike at the moment he knew s-ho at tho Custom House. The lady (V) fattened the time-piece securely to iicr hoops, and started on her homeward journey. Arriving tit tho Custom-IIouse, the officers found nothing contraband among her nnd was passing to the licit traveller, vrben a loud wh-r-r! was heard under the lady's skirls. The strange noise was kept up for Ibu full space of n minute; but to tho lady it scorned an hour, and she became tremulous and Cus- tom-! louso officers not lay-hands on a woman, "Bavo in tho'wnv, obtained an iron rod with "which ho fait around the crinoline for tho concealed and foully in bringing ildovm.' NTTMBBB 25, Grand Eaecant of PircmenV Oct. 16. The grand pa- rade of the Philadelphia 1'ire Department to-day is ouu of the most imposing and splendid pageants crcr presented in this country. Tho procession is conposcd of tweuty-tno divisions, each ucmbering from four to his companies, in all over 114, in- cluding over thirty usititig companies six" from JI'CTT York city, cue from Boston, one from Albany, one 'from I'uualo, one froai Salem, 3Ias3., two from Jersey City, one front Xetrark, from Washington, one! frotn Lebanon, I'a., one from Allcntown, jour froui Canidcti, Ar. J., two from Read- ing, one from one from Pitts- burp, and one from Wilmington, Del. Most of theiisitiug companies brought their ap- paratus. Many of the Philadelphia compauinj turn out with entirely new cugiuesand hose all the apparatus is decorated with most excellent taste. The last general parade of onr Bremen took, place in 1S52, and this is the first time that all the Etcam-Dncinea of this city (thirty-Gve in number) have been displayed at one which, with the ambulances which had been used by the firemen for tho conveyance of sick and wounded soldiers during the war, formed ft most interesting feature of tho procession. Many of these ambulances were gotten up regardless of cost, and with a view to comfort ai Well a1! beauty. Nearly every company in the line Is ac- companied by musicians, comprising .tho most celebrated bands in the Union. Thu weather is most excellently adapted for tho parade, especially as the route is of such great length. The morning opened .cool and pleasant, iiith a brcciu from the west. The itrnt'ta aro crowded ivith people, bun- dreda of thousands are gathered along thu route, which includes all sections of the city. There arc largo numbers of Mrangcra v in tho city, urn! others arc hourly arriving to see the great show. The Ledger to-day estimates thai the pn- rndu will turn out more men than followed in Gen. Scott's Grand Army up from Vcfa Cruz to the Halls of the Jlontczumas. The houses along the route arc gaily decorated with Hags, and numerous arches are thrown across the streets at many pointa. Imtncnsu stands have been erected for tbe accommo- dation of spectators. It is estimated that the line 13 nearly ten miles in length. The drill of most of the companies is perfect, and their excellent marching indicates the mili- tary education most of the firemen have re- ceivcd during the recent war. The day will be a memorable one in the history of the city, and a noble indication of the worth of our volunteer firemen. There were 120 hose carriages, 57 slealu engines, 11 hand engines, 12 hook acd lad- der companies, and 21 ambulances, making a (otal of 203 pieces of fire apparatus in the procession. The head of the lino of parade, which tartcd at 11 o'clock this morning, did not reach Third nnd Chcsmtt streets, tho placo'1 if dismissal, until (J o'clock this evening." baring marched nearly twenty mite. No lisordcr whatever occurred on tho route. It is estimated that nearly twenty thousand Bremen participated. Three hours and lialf were consumed point. hi passing a giren You will be Wanted, Take courage, young man.' What if you ire but an humble poor, neg- cctcd scolF and a by-word to tho thoughtless and gay, who despise virtue in rags because of its talftrs? Haie you an intelligent mind, all untu- tored though it be 1 Have you virtuous'. lim, a puru dcsirn, and an honest bcart? Depend upon it, one of these days you will ie wanted. The time may be long deferred. You may grow to manhood, and you may event- ually re.ich your prime, ere Ihe call is jut lirttious and pure desires and bonctt tcarfs are too few and sacred not to be an- to be wanted. Your virtues shall not always be bidden poverty shall not always wrap you as with a shall not ihvays veil you from tbe multitude. Bo in your combat with circumstances. 3c ever active, however small may be your phcre of nction. It will Burely cnlargu vitli every movement, and your influence ull have double incitement. "In the world's broad Held of-battle' In Ihe uflifi-, lie not like Juiiib ilrivtn cattle lie a hero in thcslrift." "Work on, for surely you will be wanted, ind llicii cornea your reward. Lean upon, he sacred verity, "I have never seen the ighlcons forsaken, nor his seed bccgjng1 ircad." 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