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  • Location: Cumberland, Maryland
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  • Years Available: 1845 - 1939
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Alleganian (Newspaper) - August 30, 1845, Cumberland, Maryland iii advaneflVor within the first six the the I wo the year, K-Ejmr.FivE when -payment after the expiratipn.of l the iVo DOLLARS ASP Firrr I be exacted..r'f pop. As declaration of .hostilities 'which the Minister of war speaks of as an inevitable) and impending we are slow 'to belli) Ve iiio Alex-- Jean cabinet and blind in- fatuation. convinced j to tiiH'con- by and oficial information. ll aibn Ibfunblyr crazed isn't always exactly'tha We rwrwmbtr. once having paid a cuun- ry rn hit) and ofwitriessinj ouwhiijlntta'nce wittf "eii bacon legibly im- official along haS dealVof thieatening and is the Mexi- jwsilion of'parlies irir'.lliat nation al present'compels .ilio.adhiimsiraliiia'loasr fume a belligerent in order, to maintain ils jwpulariiy. been.donei therefore, nor than precisely under-ilm circumsianccsjfweru to have may'employ 'this warlike popular mode of bleciiohucring with a' ihbirl votes upon election -which stakes .place early in the, month of August. v 'Uesides she is so yulncrablejierself, and so destitute of -power to injure the'llnited States; that every one asks himself; Gaff' she ho' infatu- ated enough to risk a war. with the United Upon the nothing js .mure' than the cuurso she. will As far as -we. are ad- it is best to nreparo upon 'this 'Jiafoland prudent, 'niaxim ve have no doubt- that tho is'- taking arly precautions -to meclltliB and; making very prejiaration.to4irepel' it. Our, troops, are. ac- ually.ohithe frohtierp j already'; at Gal- Th'e Textans invitc'd, on they know.tho amount of their taxes, ihoy be cautions in selecting 'ho'agchts'tb. admin- ister" their" government .and late I care' that their taxcsflTO not ritin'eccssarily.'and causclmly tncrca- will 'But ;when 'they 'are taxed insteailof directly, they; may soon grow indiffcr- cnl to thu abuses and of the ruling ami taxinfj power, and corrnption. extravagance am profligacy twill become ihft {Border-: of- the thereforo who is jealous of hiaj liber _. tit a, nUf r bring1, the dec- aratton and jet no mati counts it with any co-operate with our troops rations will be ii.r Our squadrons in lire alert, i.The hihidelpl calm i'as.a summer-- in pbw'er ofl mon- iyed engine iw.lhq-overlhroxv. of Jackson and tho democratic administration jjf wiuntry ['hat sHiiation was'tlic'n 'corisidereil the Gibraltar if It furnisli- d'the fsinews of .war'- to iliuso xvhojwere battlihg 'gainst tlie constitution j; it' bribed. cnnarrefsmcn j t corrtiplcd im- mtinities; "and soul of a: corrupt Tear 6ft parrioticvheartsfrlho'.'greni )ia naof hr-ad of y which "Its richds declared it rooted an, tlie'American iiat" "it was as necessary nd that it would a hionumenlVof.wisdom, vhen Andrpw be .rt-membcred as n 'enemy to his have worked a striking change in the' position of ihe -Kiddle olli with tbcir. iThe, palace of princely rears its .marble columns tho'prieslft of tho'Inquisttors that cstingly ''itirned iho scrcxvs" on honestjndnstry rid Icgitimale iratlc.tlic votaries -of legalized pelf, tliu niitiisicicd to iho monster and lived -upon its eauly, lia've swept away by.- tho_'Amsrican :de that purifictji its walls.' The hydra has been all ihe wnlers of Lethe could wash tit thei of, the effects of its iniquitous prac tees.'" The; n.imo'of.Jackson is coupled. with iraise j and the fortress'that, assailed liis integiily, Ita't labored to turn tho .indignation of'the people their now CRArE at the eath of thai bravo and gtroijrman, and the "whole CHun'try.acknowledges tho justness of the tribute. L'hore is a moral in this, that'.will .notbe losCon inrited on every: 'the rocm and ''is the fist lan'd etfikins Mr 'riend furiiiualy'apringing.-up'an jrepariiij'.fn defend I Oh YjBrlee.'yef-pcbltshed Saying he kicked the-b'rwildrfed iler twice pretty forcibly end 'then stalked out of the room. The disconiftttd seized one of his pa- pen, and lo there win the death as large as bre- ;eir types could make it. v Do j'ou have many such in- quired affectionately.1 "Many 1 Yes. "I uliall give :'tip the 'berth: The last editor; had his collar bone rThe man before him had three ribs'-, fractured. predecessor losl an'eycCand offi- ciated before Aim had his nose' was: town on his parole, and accordingly, went "on. tJuri" day morning to church, when he saw the Mayor's daughiers. .two handsome 'I A h! 'f said_ISlonsienr. ..when came home, fine young at dis the landlady. Mo have forgot thn names; but. wat- bo ting dat nibbeede; grass Perhaps you mran no; not i Otri! 'do two daiiKliters vare at church Picayune Jells of ja.Iinfsecdbwn tliere.Uiat. was so thatjhisj-iowrier had to gBt.another'.' hahimaH'rto.lielp Kiin'tdravr to Ore- gori is.clear my to Trcaintain -it: bj.all' constitutional tfrince (lem'd erUte ,U3 think we had better thihlcwe had j'so snujf gle up honey "shan't, so he way off to fight Do you think to deatir wt interM'. erinf ll perfecUy.'gwdf cdaidiba'ejtpfceted from r So thought. this hot weather; ad mployed ol any ki s (l.undressiriff; ?on i c dressing ing dailyX ari ai' -v; So in conclusion ;one 2 hast in the ositive .'occnatiori bf rf.Tt Times'says tliBt habits been infurined fayVa gen- has been a resident.ih'.Texas -since the much cori- atTairs, .that the debt of-Tettas, ilue in good riot of TAKIKO if CoOLt.r man, named Mitchell ago, upon the relatifo .power possessed .by England 'and America, would have marched en army tit G RISA'T cbrrespondcnt of the ?f ew York Commercial gives the following cmtirnatcd aica of.lhe cre-l of the Atlahlic nf- n rnch Huron and Michigan ts'upcrior'''- Tot'al 683 Independent Government. The Platte. Argus ol the 2d inst. publishes a Ici- er from :Peter H. Palatine that they were patiently waiting for the result1 of the negotiation between" tlie'United States 'and Great -Uritain, on lire, Orrgon question, and that should the two governments fail to fettle the qnes: tiun now. a convention will be constitu- way they little expected. 'Singular stitcs that a gir! in that tliwn >vas stntck dumb by "the ridncof has been Missouri peaitcntiary fo tics; and careful about the niaiatcnance.of mi own _T_L t_ J tl Ticovcred llio two .7 t .i. Thr areraRc depth of the Lakes is as Lake St. feet Eric W't Onlario "Huron and -1.000 The deepest foundings nre found in Lake.Huron, sunk 1800 fee ir.more lhan.1000 feet bclovr .the 'Atlantic Ocean i wilhput finding -NViien ;'WoJf was missionary to .very.. -where your.Lord pouicd ont.his blood, the ;Mah6mcdaii Christians is obliged to ;interfere to -prevent you from shedding the blood of each .other.1. is'now In full making ten tons.of.Iron a day. 'i 4 ii n lazy.fellow iij i Nor on industrious miller.' ;Iani wn a turner's put it 'over.' njarrow of poetry, jnhe rti overreaching fencjrfteli lion -the star that fUshes eorJticUflo j of heaven on the j sciJnitar of .the dagger of the orator its- _______ The edilorpfa lyfinsinuates that of Mr.' Hinds'was u'nlboiedTbf J W> JlCIi- MI! driver, could discover subject tirffights.brf last found in" thesmith'B ihopf to'have his' shoe's f f