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Alleganian (Newspaper) - May 10, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland VOLUME IL CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND, WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1865, NUMBER EVERY WEDNESDAY MOBNING. Offlco oa Mechanic Street, near the Nuucmul House. TEHM3 OTPUIJSCUIPTIOX TWO DULLVlttS icurjiiiT.iruM; iinulr inrr. Ko subscriptum Uikcn'for n IfS ptriod sh monttid. Ooxwxty Ju.L'c uf the Cin-ult .1 SMITH. I'ltrk of tlie Circuit U'E liegi'ler of HOllVEIL T. State-i A. TIIISI'STO.V. miSIIOIJI. Jis. J of Urithaii' way, no matter who might be his successor) business would improve( nnd money become plenty. 'i It clearly to be seen, from tots mc'di- eal examination of tho man, 'aU tempted assassination of tho President wai one of those cases of which history'presenla many diseased mind acted np; on by a general outcry" against a pnblia man. Lawrence was in tho particular con- dition to bo acted npon by what he heard ai' gainst General workman out "of employment, needy, idle, mentally and with reason enough to'argua regularly from false premises. Ho heard the dent accused of breaking up the labor-of the country 1 and believed making money scarce I and ho believed being a tyrant, and bclicrod being an obsta- cle to all relief! and believed it. And com- ing to a regular conclusion from alL.theso beliefs, he attempted to do what he believed the stato_ of things required him take the life of the man whom he consider-1 cd tho whole canso of his own'ahd the gen-' oral tho solo obstacle ioltf own and tho general happiness" Halluci- nation of the mind was evident; 'and the' wretched rictim' of a dreadful delusion afterward treated to trial. IJut tho circumstances- mdVa' (leap; iinpressioii-upon'-thopnHtoilWrtr; and imsistably carried many to belief in a superintending tlie extraordinary tols in well handled, and which, afferwardwu such readiness, fi...... ing firo, each in ila tart, wkoiiettM feet at tin t v-t It.- "1 1EWSP4PERS ;