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Alleganian (Newspaper) - November 15, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland VOLUME II CUMBERLAND NUMBER on So ret near tbo National TERMS QT SUBSCRIPTION DOLLARS per in Xo taita a moot ha Circuit lion GKO A of ths of GKO V HOOVER BASIL T G OKU A ami JAMES CHISIJOLM JR of the Court J H Coss A M L BITSH CHARLES ELIJAH i JOHN J H j t S L Clerk to Dr J GRADUATE of j M d- cHi t and of Hamilton In to the lie to In the rooms 21 S AT LAW y South side of three F ist of Court 2T 13 1 JAMES M LAW Of WILLS JID EV AT LAVT nf in M Ute 11 II W Whiskies BRANDIES Gin Etc S corner of Baltimore Canal Star tbe Mpt IT tv MJ H LE i CO On J C T- JOHN i nnd AnJ ia all Paper Blinds etc etc Bulto o few doors M M WINES tr A co Store Md May 10 rri Iran r'j old coraer end in Trunks f 3 Story Copper anil Brooki near Baltimore in anil ranry Gn Hall Dealer in idf SHIRTS rrc A K D CLOTHIER street the Square A P SHEPHERD In 3 Sterr Bilto street JOHNSON In Silver and PLATED WARE etc cit Hero Ucy 1 dos t te j tbe itar itt uVr ir i 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tape nnd it A clings coins over her nnd in her lo obtain the Didn't I you that you couldn't further her temper snd kt the same Amy by ami her with force from the The child did net not ono of that hind tint nude loud every time her Yet she not fed of her er any It fell like a shadow nnd dimmed for iho time nli OF Office on street the SAMUEL Restaurant nnd ca tana Clock J supply with one rf il tbc n cf AND TICKS on hind file -n ft When Amy returned to the in which only a law she had i hor her no id of mind en- tirely changed Us wos already here wilh the box of p lint nad a of while psr fron which to cut the for Flora jou get the he So Amy pouting her snd very Mother wouldn't give them to mo John 1 lie for a littlo while looking now at the box ami of white piper in his hand nnd now at the altered face of his The sister with whom ho had been for an he said at in a comforting voice Flora will Imre to wait for her new cloak She must wear one of her old Here in a somc one And Hooping to tie box on- the floor he lifted plaid walking wMI he in a Maul to phy dolla Amy still on and her lips pouted to a decree that Lur features troubled The f hii hud been so Binm on itr I He sit down upon the floor hi thu of paper dulls iu of uiv the of he look up u and the front of it nut iu a to injure or it do You'll tho tt d c ut her to tha piece of printed her brother John of it up in a kind way nss nt hU the behind out of her roich it toain The hor quickly But John diJ not He kert the Fll if j don't me rij Aiui Toll hi T don't replied biy Give nir tho b I won't I Any o the door ing in an imperative John give me irv doll's honnet John called the mother I'm not hurting the he is mother lie's bending nli up and it It's no such thing responded John called the mother V Aur her the you selfish John the net nn the floor Iu it to out tho now thoroughly little Ctrl as she saw upon the floor At moment threw fmm her hand the upon which and up in 1 came quirk i ri into the room her children err in Didn't I tell to pvc your hor 1 omet the frightened little Imy by the arm nnd lain with a didn't M What do jou by c Anl without waiting for an him one or two blow I did it n Slid John as conn ai he find There it is j at her f now i didn't it to me You it mo Ity The mother Amy hid lur and that she hid been toa quick to punish You arc 1 elling pile with a now indignation wards Auy and raising her hand her alsi But in iho of the child he hand and tho smarting fell not upon the culprit fhc slid SB she ro- littlo children to be always quarrelling one I'm surprised and of joa What father think when he Icnrns of How will he when he that hii little boy and girl been angry with one another It makes me fick sad to that my children should act so Very little of n right did the censure make uroa the minds of Lfr children the sunshine of day her own darkening anger had clouded They stood with partly averted silent moody and with in Their apparent want of penitence fretted thair we ik mind Slic looked for or nt least required nn dient yielding on their She to li be friends nt her word as if love and were vassals that i'.imc nnd went at But she could not command tho sun to love lo shino rior a breath of her lip iho shadows that were young t t f pints I with n tint shewed i Amy do go over into my room and there until I call you and you John go off to tho garret and don't let me see your until your father comes home I bh ill tell of all this As if any Mould be more agreeable than that iu which mother's presence smote them the two at this com- went quickly away into her mother's room nnd John up into thu lonely g irret Both the they alone abandoned Amv as if her littlo heart would break and John in the centre of the garret floor with scalding drops upon Lis burning To thure a cruel in sudden change ward him which inter had He that her mother h id to 1st her e a pair of to cut out for her and he could 1 thia would her mind but he too young and unskilled in the philosophy of mental transitions ta the disappointment wrought in her FO great a change of feeling himself and caused her to act with If John's mother had not punished him Hut felt only a moment by hta body on his at fully as when they in In a little while the tears tu flow on an old chest and in the shadow of an unhappy mood he brooded in loneliness atid over the cirly pf life and learned one of his first of hate toward those by whom he felt that he had been wronged An cul hud been sown in the earth of his j heart and already its blent principle of life was moving with a vital I'll lock np all my pictura he to himself spitefully Amy shan't look into one of them again as long as the lues I won't phy with her any more nor another doll's dress fur her I'll throw her kitten from the window and let her out of the cage nnd I'll burn every one of her pla things that I can put my hinds on Now though John executed any of these direful liis little he was really in when he made them full of bid was hh heart And hough on I he very diy he passed hours with her in sport he did not feel towards licr and not FO willing lo his es fjr her pleasure as he had been in As for Amy pnor She wis ed enough in her mother's room when but for that mother's angry to let her have pair of she might still have been hippily with her brother who been separated from her and sent away op into the garret where sho was afraid lo stir nil by herself a a moment An honr afler the mother had punished her he hid aside her work and went over into the chamber to sec what Amy doing Into mischief I'll she to herself as phu thought how very Iho child been But she her on the floor with the tears yet upon her A sudden her nnd lifting he beautiful sleeper in her ancs she laid her iho bed and hick Ihc moUt hiir fram her stood and fir moments into her sad luce She sighed heavily as tho mother's lure into her heart and binding down to the littlo one her tenderly a thought of John cawed her lo turn from the and go out in the Mid up to third of the house at the foot of he garret fhe him in a No an- came She waited for a few moments and then called once more Hut only tho cch of her voice came down to her ing cira A few hurried brought her into the up to which the had ed her offending boy He too was asleep tying on tbo old where he had at first himself His was upon the hard wood and Ihc position of his body was iu all a most otic John She Inid her hand upon him buy started tip with a terrified air ITo had of his sister they -in tho dream bo had struck her a blow on the head with a piece of iron nnd her bleeding on the floor At Voice of hif mother had him Oh I didn't to do fearfully around him Uo what was asked in a soothing voice For a or continued to glance him in u bewildered manner and then said as be leaned his head upon hia mother and burst into tears It only a dream Tenderly his mother drew her srm him as she void in tones of gentle Naughty feelings bring bad Ah if she could have known that for tlut naughty she waa responsible and not child it might hive been ter fur that child und fur all her children in the their lives be yoar chiUrca Wrong them not by sudden anger not this beauty of their young If they are wool to La angry an- other to quarrel in their plays to have the of good humor suddenly fade look close to yourselves and bee if the cauje thereof does nut Ije at your doors Of one thing 3 ou may bo very sure tient mothers will bare impatient ling unhappy Tiie law of cause and effect is table in this as in all other so we bog of you for the sake of your precious children to receive thia 11 Poetry Ja An English paper which rejoices in the name of Laities thug playa tricks with rhyme aud It U many yeirs since I fell in lore with Jane Jerusha tho handsomest country girl by far that ever went on creek and wood and dell so often did vie and the moonlight smiled on her melting lips nnd the night winda learned our Ulk Jane Jerusha was all tome far my heart was true with a loie aud a love that was I roamed all over the firms und I robbed the boners end tore my trousers and scratched my hands in search of est fluwc'rs: In my joyous love I brought to my but I wouldn't bo EO foulish now if were a boy again A city chap along nil dressed up in Cue clothes with a shiny hat and a vest and his nose He talked to her of tinging for her father owned a and she left mo the country love and took the new chap's arm And all lhal night T never slept nor could I iat nest day for I that girl fervent love that naught could drive away I strove to win her back to me but it was all in vain the eity chap the hairy lip married Jane And wi sick and sore until thought just as good Cth still remained as oxer was caught in the sea So I went to the Church one nnd saw a dark brown curl peeping from under a hat and I married that very And many have passed and and I think my hifi my gain and t often bless that hairy chap that stole Jane A Spiral The Lebanon papers announce that one of the greatest engineering scientific and mechanical feats in the country is now being performed at Cornwall in that ty It ia no less than the building of a ral railway around and to the lop of lie great mountain It starts from the level of tho Cornwall railroad and revolves around the mountain nt some places over trestle work at others over high ments and at others through cuts in thu of iron ore un- til it reaches tho very top of the A great part of tho way is completed a greater pirt is ready for the sills while tho progressing actively A powerful has been obtained to do the work of moving the trains which ia ready for the work Tho spiral road proper when com- will be over two miles in length and a work the equal of cannot probably be found iu the world Origin of i The custom of taking a of a sinnon u caid to have originated the time of Erri who accompanied by several Levites in a public congregation women ascended the opened the book of the law and after inga prayer to the Deity to people raid read the law of distinctly gare the sense and caused them to understand the reading Previous to tha time of Ezra 457 years IJ patriarchs delivered in public assemblies cither prophesies or moral instructions for tic edification of the people and it was not until the return of the Babylonian captivity during which time they bad almost lost tho language in which the Pentateuch Tras ten that it became necessary to as well as to read the Scriptures to practice by Ezra and since followed In later times Acts 31 the book of Moses was rend In tha every Sabbath day To this Kabit conformed nnd from the sing the book returned the priest imd preached from the test An by a As and his sit in a dark corner of one of the of on the third morning after they themselves to that place of ment they saw their enemies approach tho mouth whispered the vain to attack them taf we are but two There is a third with Mahomet camly The pursuers concluded web across opening into the recess that no one could have passed in- withdrew the hidden fugitives afterwards escape their ed an empire which in eighty years tended its over kingdoms and countries than the had subdued iu eight hundred But the spider the was the real founder the wrought a nora change in this destinies of the world than Alexander or Xerxes history relates a which a One comment on St Paul's injunction Let not tho Bun go down upon thy n rath Two Bishops having violently quarrelled one of them sent to tho other the following Brother going down Upon receiving this message tho offended his anger the houjo of his Episcopal brother fall upon liu neck and him At a lately the lowing toast was ond only to tho press iu the dissemination of True t How you any Good It ia a good sign nnd true sea amid a group of boys one dart from the rest and tossing lib head shout There's my as lia runs to meet him You may be sure no what business troubles soever man may have that there is a spot bis heart still fresh which the cares of world have no power to blight There's my with what pride the little fellow shouts this 1 He must be indeed n brute whoso fatherly heart docs not swell with love whose eyes do not glisten does not at euch feel amply repaid for that day's So matter how After all Lme only thing worth Laving world They who stand over tell us so Fame and money and ambition dwindle to nothing beside the white calm brow of death though Qod knows it may be tho youngling of the Sock lips have never even learned to syllable namo A Sharp Quartermaster j Some time ago the government had a termaster iu If Orleans who it was feared did too mauy good turns for himself Ho hud in fact suddenly become rich and showed bis riches in his purchases and of living So the War Department Eel trap to catch hiai and End out how much he nude by commissions paid by One CDC morning a called on the and was anxious certain supplies for The quarter- master thought at once that he saw before him a liberal minded contractor and he could do a good thing with bio After a long conversation en prices ani other points of interest bat in which tha detective utterly failed to pin to the skirts the following conversation closed tho yon know Savior said to when lie was In tho sycamore Detective I do I ha Scriptures tay I i make haste ground cf suspicion looking for fn days rit
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