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Alleganian (Newspaper) - September 6, 1845, Cumberland, Maryland J '1 '.J 4 UJ L'X cBY; W..M: B. McLAJS'AIIAX. "EVERT THING I-OB TUB FOB MEN." ..TOLU.UE VII. SEPTEMBER C, DOLLARS -per annum, if paid in advance or within the first six mouths of the that "time and within the year. Two DOLLARS "AND TwESTr FIVE when payment U delayed until after the expiration of the year, Two DOLLARS AXD Firrv CE.NTS xvill b6 exacted: 'ADVERTISEMENTS, not exceedinff one square, in- serted '3 times fur One Dollar, and 25 cents for every, additional insertion ones in the same proportion. 03-AH advertisements not or- dered fur a specific time, will be continued unit! forbid, AND CHARGED ACCOKDI.VOLT. 'AGENTS FOR THE ALLEGANHN. M.TitAVER, Esq.. Glades No. I, Allcgany co K. J'. HanoLESos, Esq. Little Crossings, II. MILLEK, Esq., Westernpbrt MR: KELLER. P. M.. Frustbnrjf, J. TXXMGG. Esq.. OldTToxvn, DR. J. Br.Ritv, J Fifteen MileCreek, Esq., Glades No. 10. P. ROMAN STECK, Esq.; Mt. u------ POSTHY. --THOUGHTS or HBAVEX Ko sickness there! No weary wasting of the frame nxvay No fearful shrinking from the midnight No dread of siimWr'a bright anJ fervid ray! No hidden pricf: No wild and cheerless vision of despair 'IS'o' vain petition for a swift No tearful eyes, no broken ucarts arc there. Care has no homo Within the realm of ceaseless prayer and song. '_ Its billow? break away and hi foam, Far from the'mansions of the spirit throng! v The iturni'f black wing Is never spread athwart celestial skies! Its waitings blend not with the voico of spring, As some too tcndei fiuwcret fides and dies. No night dUliU Its .upon the Ii-uder frnrae; No. moon is nccdid there! Tim lislit. which Thai land ofsli'-y, from maker came! parteJ frifinU pVr iniiurnful r.'coll.vtiniis have to weep! 'No bed of death enduring love atJemlii Yq, watch tho coming of a pulseless sleep! Nw blasted flower Or withered bud celestial know! No scorching blust or fierce drccending showtr deatrucliun liUo a ruthless fue! No battle word Startles, the xacred liost tvith fear and dread! TuC tcag of j.eaco, la sung wherever angel minstrels trcadv Let us depart, If homo like this await tho weary souILr. Look up thou stricken Thy wounded heart Shall bleed no mare at sorrow's stern coutrol. With faith our guide, "VVhitcVrobcd and innocent to lead the way, Why fear to plunge in Jordan's rolling tide, And find the pecan of eternal day 1 I 'WE WERE BOYS TOGETHER. We wi-reboys together, 1 And never can forget The school-house on Uie heather, In, childhood where we met The humble home, to memory dear, sorrows and its joys, Where woke the transient smile or tear, When you and I were boys, We were youths together, And castles built in air; Your heart was like a feather, .And minu weighed down trith cure. To you came wealth with manhood's prime, To me it brought alloys, i Forc-nhadowcd in the primrose When you and I were boys. We're old men together, The friends wo loved 'of yore, "With leaVes' of autumn weather, Are gone for evermore. How blest to ago the impulse giten "Tho hope time ne'er Which led our thoughts from earth to heaven, 'When you and I .were boys. There is a jewel which no India mine can buy, No chcmic nrt can cbuntcfcit It luakts men in greatest poverty, Makes water turns wooden cups to gold Seldom it to few from Heaven sent, jill in CONTEST. TUB QUESTION- Some of the pu- ..'fitauical bigots who control the presses devoted to .the Aborigines, alias the Native Americans, asked a weeks ago, what would be our situation while t jo foreigners were in the country, in caso.'df a _, war xvith some 'other nation. "We aro prepared to answer their impudent insinuation in a tone of over- triumph. iWc point to Orleans for n reply to their malignant inuendqcs. At tho firkt blast of the' war-trumpet, wlicn" but a mere speck was floating above tlio horizon, six hundred Irishmen asr in a public meeting, and with the'ma'gt pat- rioUc enthusiasm, declared' their readiness to enrol themn'clvus under the glorious stars and stripes; tho pcrman; Yagers nlso 'volunteered to a man I'usil- lanimous' you have an answer to your in- faRSua query, what shall we do In cote of a uar MISTAKES WILT. 'Col, a fine looking man, aint eaid a friend of ours, tho other Ycs.Vreplied another, f I was taken for him arc a? ngly as I'diinUcaro for that, I was taken for I is hoto and was 'taken for him by the are some Indies the very opposite to their Because, tho ono reflects without talking tho other talks wUhou', reflecting. PKOCEEU1NUS OF THE STATS RETOHIVI CONVICTION. The delegates to this Convention met, pursu- ant to notice, in the Saluon of tho Laxv Buildings, at 9 o'clock this morning. On motion uf .lUviu STEWART.Esq., the Con- vention was organized by appointing the Hon. 1UC11AIID U. CAIl.MlUllAEL, of Queen An- ne's county, Chairman, pro tern.; Col. ANTIIONT KIMMKI.L, of Frederick county, and JOSHUA SANT. of Ualtimore city, were appointed Secretaries. The Chairman of the various delegations then handed in a list of the delegates Iroth counties and frum Uallimure city. JOSIAH BAH.KV, Jr., of Dorchester coun- ty, then moved that a committee of one from each county, and oae from the city of Ualtimore, be appointed by the Chair, to select.peruianent olli- ct-rs for tho Convention, which motion' was u- The Chair announced the following gentlemen as said committee: Josiali IJailey, Jr., of Dor- i-jii-iit'r. l.fviri AVmiifinl, ho of this convention be ten- dered to tho editors of such newspapers in tho State, whu have advocated the Reform of the Con- stitution of our State. On motion of Mr. Robert Wilson, the thanks of this convention was tendered tu the officers uf iho convention fur the able nianuer in which they have discharged their duties. Mr. Joa'uli Bailey, Jr., one of the vice presi- dents, then obtained tho fhorand after a few pre- liminary remarks, submitted the three follow resolutions: Resolccd by tliit Contention, That the Balti- more City Court purjht tube abolished, and a bet- ter system instituted for it whereby tho city osptm- ses would be diminished, and the ends of jtstiws greatly promoted, and fur tho accomplishment uf an object anxiously desiu-d by the people of Baltimore, xve pledge ourselves tu use our utmost endeavors by memofiaU to the next Legislature of Maryland, to effect a change so important and so Itssdiy called fur. 2d. Resolved. That in the repeated instances in which the Baltimore City Court have issued a- gaingtthe citizens of thin free State, their despot- ic rule to feliow cause why attachments fur con- tempt should not issue, and especially in the recent case of the edi'or of the Baltimore Sun now pending before the said Court, a total disregard for.the rights of the press, as well as for the "lib- erty of the people has been manifested, therefore, this Convention, matter in hand, -pro- claim tliat it is high time fur such proceedings tu be put an end to. 3. That the Legislature at its next session ought to define what the meaning of n contempt of court is, clearly :and explicitly, as has been done by tho Congress of the United Slates, and not to leave it to the arbitrary decision of heartless and stupid judges. ThcTeaJingofthe together Air. B's were received with frequent applause, while sly, adroit and pungent uit, excited peals, of laughter. Tho resolutions bring seconded, Mr. James Mar- tin, ofTalbot, hoped the Convention would not them, inaimuch as they referred to n particular court wai merely a creature of the Legislature, and did not rite to such importance as to entitle it to con- sideration in a Contention assembled for exclusive action upon the subject of constitutional reform. He however, to his vote in the Legislature as an evidence of his personal uljection to thenys- icm of thu court. The resolutions were put to the house and lost by an almost unanimous vote. Mr. Martin then moved that the resolutions bo not published as a part of the of this Con which Mr. Bailey objected, and some little difference occurred, uhcn, Mr. Bealu II. Richardson rose and objected to the suppression of thu resolutions as unparliamentary, ond in fact-indicative of a desiro to conceal of the proceedings on which the Convention had actu- ally taken a vote. The question was put, and the Convention resolv- ed that the resolutions should be published as a part of the proceedings by a unanimous vote. The followng wan then uiovcd ond adopted: That the proceedings of this convention be pub; lislied in all the papers of the State favorable to the cause of reform. carry oat the purposes David Stexvart, of Ualtimore city JohnlL of Frederick county ;Juciah -Jr., of Dorces- tcr county Edward L. Lloyd, of Talbot caunty, and II. G. S. Key, of SI. county. .To carry out the purposes of the 'second resolu- tion Willis IJaxIcy, IL Richardson, David Stewart, Samuel Barnes, Joshua .Vansant, frurn the 4th district; Sprigs Howard, oflst district; AL'C. Sprigs, 2d district; Ur.E. Bell, 3d district; Otho Scott, 5th .district; HanJy Cth dis- trict. '.To carry out -tho purposes of the third resolution, as corresponding.committees of 'Ualtimore city ami this several counties of the Win. Frick, Wm. Geo. Head, .W. F. Giles, Henry Tiffa- ny, S. C. Leakiii, Joshua Vansant, J. Mason Cuinp. bell, N- Williams, U. JL L. W.Gos- ncll, of Bnltimorc city Anne Arundel F- Itcvil, Joseph Mcrriken, Dr. Z. Mcrrikeii, Phil. Newbern, Dr. James Higgins, Caroline L.. Uurtol, Dr. H. Gotdaborough, J> 11. Emmersou.'J. U. K. llarncyj John Thawly Howard Treacle, John A. Doraey, Dr. Thumas Herbert, Reuben P. Hammond. LI. Martin, P. F. Thomas, J. II. Tarr, P. Kobinion, Richard Arrinudalc. Cecil C. Holliday, J. H. Joyce, Thos. M. Culcnian, II. C. Mackall, Hiruin McCullough'. J Somerset Woolford, John N. Uowland, Robt. J. Waller, John W. Taylor, Levin Handy. Frederick Nclwn, Enoch L. Lowe, Dr. Lloyd Dorsey, Dr. Ed. Y. Guldsborough, Edward Sh'river. llarford Scott, Alcz. J. C. Walsh, J. W. Kutledgc, S. J. J'rince George's W. Bowie. B. J. W. Bowie, II. C. Scott, Ceo. SJ Tolson. Kent M. Tpcncer, Thomas B. Darrack, Thomas It. Stewart, Wm. B. Wilmcr, Wallopc. ttnson, William Wcbcr, Charles McGill, John T. Mason, Jacob Mil: icr. Wuftttlcr Chas. Parker, Dr. Chcl- Pumell, Cyrus Williams, Mihas Major B. Slurgcss. Worcester A. Stewart, James Moon, John S. U. Woolford, U. D.Jackson, Gco. A. 55. Smith. Carroll P. Matilsby, Col. Shell- man.Col.J.C. Gist, Tobias Cover, Nicholas Kel- ley. Kaltimorc. L. Hidgcly, Dr. John C. Orrick. Joseph Walker, Isaac Kirk, U'llltam M. Townscnd. On motion, the Convention then adjourned tine die. ".'_ Pticn PoT-Pi Cover the sides of a Dutch ov- en with common pic-crust lay in as many pared peaches af conjugal tranquitity to lluat with- out jealousy.. The scheme is aid open lu.-Japiuh'Jta as an inducement to take stock. -The.applicrnt (principal agent of the coin- any) had.been induced to embark in it, frum har- n% fur tinny years insured his' own domestic hap- ness and well knew, therefore, the aygioin.'uf precantibna.ry security. The better lo narrative is from kt'Nitc ex-'tsiii this to the capitalist, he narrates the speci- lo action of the company in his own jive the1 outline of Has follows: Thu narrator, Monsieur Lo-jmond. a, French merchant, was one of thase ungratefully rewarded spend the yovlh Hint ladies rtjcct in and Miss Rachel of Dunelsun, cif 'for" %j: !ayety, affability, and ;ler father emigrated to1 and She' unhappy and dii paled character rjy'the'hune of abandotwd iU> dies accept, He.inar a girlof eigbtirvn-aud ot remarkable beauty, when by much toil and labor lie had become fifty and rich. .The wax of his honeymoon, however, lighted his way to jealousy. Cunliding1 his fears loan old friend, (who had also a young woman very flighty, but seemed tu have no uneasiness un the Monsieur Lofunond learned that theie was a way to rid him uf his alarms. We 'are said his friend, against firo and flow! why not that which is far jiore precious to iis than all these, our dumestis: happiness 7" Munsieur Loriiiiond avowed his intolerable of such insurance, and his friend rang for a car- riage forthwith. and. presented him at an office in Piccadilly. One of the directors' showed the' way to a private apartment, and commenced with an ex- planation, that tho applicant must reply to very do> icate as he would to a physician. It was aur-olutely'neccjsary tu know thu terms un which lived with her hus- what her habits and resorts were, who her acquaintances, and what lier This given, in a lung cunversaliun, and carefully noted down, Monsieur was informed that he would unexpected to talk littlo un the subject of his iirutective power ot the company depending on its )eing litllo known, and to society'tj remaining in- ercpuiuus as to its existence. Ho was requested to return in ten that length uf tinio bcin? re- quired U> piocure the necessary, infurmation. rate was high, annually, and the amount M be paid the insurer in case of actual con" promise of his wife's reputatien The insur- ance was suspended in case uf travel to fureign countries. Munsieur Loumuml went away with a lighter licart, and commenced sleeping trunquilly with both cars.'? six weeks had gunu'very hap- pily OVIT. when oiio day he chanced to stumble un a luve-leltcr, just received by his willv Ho flexy with it to tho" insurance office, and: demanded an explanation. t We cannot pro vant. jour, wife, from- receiving lu said the director, very" '.-All e do is tu see the letter befurd it arrives to her, ami hero is a copy of U- in our ledger. knoxv, 'mureuyer, frum whom it a young dandy uf very-furinidablo enterprise in sudi mat- ters. He lunv.eyer. i rt> t i that oir nas only seen Madam Lnrlniund through lier carriage %vinduwr. e know, every word she hVs spoken in society, every step she has taken out-iif 'tnosl frivuluub detaijt-.ul her condiici outside her own bedroom. It is quite iinpoisibFo that you should-' have been in' the Ittia1 injured beyond her reception of Ihis: mite. Our police u! watchfulness is perfectly am extends' wherever it U possible that she. can gu she is From this time, however, Monsieur Lotihioiu went daily lo the incuranco office to read in thn ledgers of record, the dangers uf his doiiu's.iic hap pinegs.-, Sir Aithurwes eiieiny tubtjctnn batted- It xvas certain that there xvas a mutual at :achmeiit betiveen him and Madam he xvas no ordinary Difficulties tha would have discouraged a. less enterprising lover thrown .in his xvay by the cumpany, bu thutigh he cuuld not fur tha ctrangc be devilment that defeated all his scheming, he -.v'j's only stimulated by failures. The company at las xvaro driven to meaEuresofcuunteractiun. A new and beautiful opera dancer employed to fall in love with distract his attention. This xvas successful fur a month, and it xvas'h'opcd tha the cx'-idence of his fickleness would bs resented to an irrevocable jxiint, by Madam Lorimnnd bu strangp'losay! xviih his first' return she forgave '.The company's next Btep was lo buy up Sir Ar thur'd debts from "creditors xvho had -alienee, rely ing on his future the indefatigable dandy.was llitown intu prison. At tho end of six weeks, however, ho fuund means tii buy himsell out, and his passion seemed only augmented by captivity. Without means or credit, ho xvas sur- prised by two temptations, the sources of which he cuuld not a publicoffice'abroad and of the hand of a mysterimwly enamored heir- ess. Hp refused bcth. Ho xvas a model of ob- stinate constancy. The Company's next decoy xyas a counter-flame A young inan'of rare beauty suddenly appeared as an admhcr of Madam Loriiiiond, and the newly- alarmed husband flexv to the insurance l''ear said thu direitor. he is line of our agents only, nud ho will abandon the field as soon as he Ims defeated tho Uut ihtiugh every xvay superior to Sir Arthur in grace, person and style, the heart of Madam xvas There was but one more desperate means left. SirArthur xvas insulted, without provocation, at the opera. Tho stnnger gave him a bloxv.'apd the result, of course, xvas a the of the company, for their agent ivasan acoirn- piiihed Sir Arthur killed his man! Tbq next day lip cncreeded in elopiiiff with Madani Loriiaondj and th'o insurance of xvas fur- faitcd. Mohbtcur Loriiiiond ttxik his money and came to Franco to establish a similar cumpany. It not arguo against the said he, that tho insurance wap lost in my case, foral lovers arc not such devils of Sir Arthurs. In or- dinary cases, the protection would jw perfectly certain.'' took A ladies xvho are acciislomrd fUi rrad newspnpeM aro always observed lo (wsses: xvinning xxays, most nminblc inva- riably make yuud xvivcs, and alxvaya select jj-'wt husbands. Dr.cmr.rtLT Which is the best hoysp a gentleman on a stcatnliu'aV, addressing-a person who, ho had been informed, resided'at the "place indicated. xva3 the decided response. "That's tho house Where all the big bugt stop.'! Discovering after a night of that his'informant was the keeper of iho house alluded to, Jio'desired him' to sendhis bagrjigo to some 'liousc'whtro the J nut so GfiHEaAt. nthe history "_-ll same house'where his" trife were _ iluted his feuiily through the Indian country. petition W the Virginiii'Lfgislatare. .'7''-. 5- he thuught thut an'Luiuceut woman Histulated .with'tilm uu the "injustice and crneltjt -Ifered his his amiable wujiaiil wliu' had false'and uiifuuudc'd accusations, bceii" made so 'unh'a'pp-jr xusations.' Ue i'.u.. Ka mo not to eave the'e or, u return; fiu'm after xvhere'thbu goest I: will- isy, and uf, the .to Bu reputed isharuurhis'wuilaly substance.': TlVeWeliw'WM that not legally L that mi clergyman, or minisierbf'the law'i o ted at tha marriage ctieinunyrhut tliat'l i..... t. i -j .1 _ _- t__ gtvesecurity for the payment week fof .tho supnurt of his husband tefii "v imprisoned fur i quently biotight befoiV. lh...__..... traoulinaryViiriibinatinn the .v Orleans havntcaught'the military spirit which'burni in tho of. their fathers and grand This will appear from the following of a scene in fruntof Armory Hall, which wo extract from tho on the ttairu with me.'cMinjr ,Vr ft_ MT tt 9 far a look of nrjd in not getting into ii that I expected all day to hear he had whipped bjy double his'sise. __ _______ L The above pnrcdole is not much in ___ ulinws a spirit which peivades alllthe r K nnil tflJk nPlnsi VlrktlJtn country the arms of'the united world eleven ed that hivo kill lea he waiUkrnt aiid cwpjsiril t ffart nut illed two ut u thoi! Boston chap returnod; tosir in New 'An old lady, of much experiyncej: inyt'ii she has no faith in ihf Morv now" Ruiusr wood anil .tied in. irprt -.Mi'riM of thrm undone I you mdoneli-' a' -wSi cr ihrai '.v V r.s iNEWSPA'FERr lEWSPAPERl ;