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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - September 29, 1845, Cumberland, Maryland                                -1.-. ivs- -S 3W BY VII. Two1: DoLtiKs' per .annum; if paid .inadvanwj or the first six months of tho aficr DOLLARS 4 ia" "delayed. untilTafter the expiration of the year. I'wo DOLLARS A'suTimr CENTS will -ki exacted. AnVERTISEMENTS sorted o times Vjvery additional lusortimi tunger mies in thu saiuu proportion. CCJ-AI1 advertisements nut or- deiod; fur a specific time, will be continued until A.tl) CllAUCZEU W U[ W1UIIU HID 11181 111 iiiu cr tliat litiMj and within-.the year, Two AND TwEirnr FIVE when 'blayetl.untilTafter the expiration uf DOLLARS AsuTimr CENTS will KNTfl, not exceeding one square, in- 4 tbr Onu Dollar, and 25 cents for MISCELLANEOUS AGENTS FOR' .TUB THAVER, Esq., Glades No. I, Alle-piny cw 11. FAIR.U.L. J. Esq. Little. Cnis-iings, ,11. MII.I.KU, Esq., AVWernport 'Joiisi J. KHL.UUU, I1. M., I'nwtbiirK, J. Ttviiui. Esq.. On. J. BKIIRV, ITintstone. J UKEI., Esq., FiOiNui MileCiock. KinrcKiiART, Kwi., Glades >'n. 10. STKCK. Esq.l MCisa'vage. THE WIDOWED IT was a tvmpi's'uous evening in tko dreary muiith uf November, when a large party wete as- sembled around a gluxying fire in iho hospitable mansion of Ur. Into resident physician to Asylum. Music and dancing veru laid aside, and all eyes wera bout in eager." sjvectaliiiu 0-4 iliis doctor, wlm held in his hand a wulc cur.faituug cuverul very lovely portraits. Did you indeed know 'thu original of xclaiiucd one of the group, uuiiiliug to a beautiful ;irl, apparently about IS years, splendidly attired, it a rubu of white satin, iimaim-ntcd with pearls and orange flowers; but how tlict blaclc crapo veil looks over that wreath my dear I knew her well.acd'hcis, ilas! in a Fad, sad talu; and itoxv I recollect, it vaa twenty years ajju, this very that I, first ainmaint'ed with her.71 sv TIIISB rou TJIE NOTIIIKC TJOK. SATDllDAY, PO ETRY Scjiteinbcr's ?omc The sober autumn, with a face Mirror, Sunlci bland adieu Jo liku a UUiniMirs a gay favorite; the hum Of I'ifd and bcu u still upon the lirei-zf, And though no Icavri are fallen, from the cr's come Uy the siJu Sit DOW, irhrn morn is niello ;Y, nail iho All uhito lu-nralh your feet, trcni tiukliog bi'lU, Full of the drowsy murmur of the U'hile of the allsailniul lonj, Ulutd-t in the rnouinful itnrmsny, u though Some cpirit (ighed. Ay! cummer things'- may yc tune together alt notes, To. pour u of. mourning lYuin jour iLiuaU, Fur briefer even than, thu n-ifin of It your 8wifi domnii-g ctsne }'otir luit'y hum; summer for Si'iileuiberV conn: To close your i IVotv hours and d (iu rolling and tycrka awnjf rrcciltt. So lit i; jiiiy r.'ml The calm, j-luvf of rre the dinjj sea on yi'lliuvs oVr And we look round for jjreeii lyforr, With fond Still, nerd tye 1 That a bright its way, ncwneiix only from old decay T Why mourn what has hy ulil. lesson cliuitcn IIH from youth, h'd litl wo boiv biTore Hi That all diui Vet arc there blii-jj nf KUTiimer Irft to I he- scr.nc; oujr shill liiigcr yet the mmmrr U'liili! oVrihe tliedruivity Ir.yi Of in fainter, lower, to came "TUMYMOTHKH. (filieie ln% there It, in this 'valley of One remembrance mure sweet than another, It U that which b.icU to inf.iiililu The iciin-inlirniicc of dearest mother n wiiluspan of mcm'ry noxv circling the past, There arc laved toil to each And us thou art the first, to thou still art the last, To fondly on dcareal mother Though cmlearcdirif it think much as we may Of the love of -a sister or hrothrr, Yet the w'arm of iu ray thy Heaven of dearest mother I" r Then be THIS my ;'tU a spark of that lUinc Which age upon ago cnnnot smoihcr 'Tivaj enkindled above fwm Hcqyeii it cimc Oh, bs it, then, tuinc dearest mother I 1'riy tell us .how, dear Dr. d half a dozen, yuie-a at once. And ttoucd. ".Well, is just twenty years this very evening, that 1 was aroused from a grnllu slumber, into which I had fulb-i in my easy chair, iv thu entrance uf a aetvant with a note, which nurely contained these D------is entreated to lose i.u time in hustenini; to the iin, to meet a tiatient destined tor the Asy- uiii, but who is now ton ill to eoiuinuu her juur- ley iinltss it bu under his This inn was about sixteen miles frum my fsiilu.ce, situated on a moor many miles u extent, to reach which I a must imficquented road. It was therefore, in very goad humor that I proceeded, to do this unknuwu writer for in his haste 'tho nuto had evidently been hurriedly he had very nily thiough tlie solicitations ol his friends, and at the urgent request of her miniical.alttndsnt', that ler father IIM consented tii her. rcmuvrd from homo. 'Every doctor iii Luadoii of any skill ins been consulted, and all say thai lum ia tho only place for her. It baa cost uiy masiei many thousandii, and. I'm'Riirt4 ho xvould not mind is many more could Miss mean Mrs. 1 exclaimed; 'surely shs is not married: tint', poor Yw, sir.' said tho old 'she is young, hardly nineteen ;and shu was.r.ol eijjl xvhen she xvas Uut hnxvrame this dreadful calatraty to I nutill-treaimeni, I Oh, no! doctor, for he loved the very ground she walked on but he diet) suddenly the day they were married, and her brain has bceu, turnci ovur since.'-. Here our conversation was interrupted by ilus freqnenl repetition of my and I hastened to return to tho room which -1 had quitted. It xv.ns tho old man's voice xvhich 1 had heatd, and I'soon perceived the cause of the summons in tho appearance of my patient. A slight tlush her and heavily and though ii< the uijnatuie. The rain m orrents, and the wind howled fearfully indeed so terrific was the storm that at first my horses refused to brave it, but by dint of spurring ami ll.Hjgiiiir ivu'at set oif. Faster and faster full the rain, higher and higher rose tho tempest, yet still we journeyed on; wheiiKuddunly the progres: of the was arrested, and in- formed me that iho lights out and he could not see a was to be done? To ro- turt was useless, especially as with the numer- ous cross mails by which our path would be in- sL'cii.'d. it would scarcely bu jwssilile nfihe dark lane the right one; and there, wu were, on the borders of a wide common, without light or guide. an.l my servant totally ignorant of ihu country, having been in my service only a few weeks. Von must trust to tin; 1 exclaimed.; I rnncmbo I btited them a: this inn oncu, it is mm- a long linn) since.' and step by we prcrceded novy splashing through what wi.ru uncu int-ru rivuluts, ur at least but brawling brooks, but which the floods ray- of intelligence beamed ftnm eyo, still any chango wxi Lttiur than the lethargic, statu in 'Abich she had lain. V She lived! she breathes uxelsuned the do- ting father. Lucy, my hope, my pride, tho so- lacu of my old ago, speak to me, oiily one only one, iu bless and cheer mot and old man sank nn his knees and like a -jhild. After a short interval 1 considered it advisa- ble that tlm invalid should reach her rcstingplace as soon aq jioRsible, and aecordirgly cummeit ced our journey homewards I'iiymg tlui distress of 1 requested him to' become my gueat for a fuw days, until he had', in some littlo measure, overcome his reluctance to leave his daughter, with 'strangers the few dajs Lucy lay in an unconscious stale, lieeding nothing, and seemingly Ignorant of any change in the pf r- son5 or things around her but by, degrees her ?c- customed wildness of manner returned, uiid on ray- ing my usual visit, I Jay found her arrayed exa'ctly as described in this puprait, with theek as liuitless as tlie Ibivcrs that bound lier hair.'- A white satin robo full in massy folds a- round her perfect figuie. It waj her britial dress and yet, as if, even in her madness, a of the sad truth had burst forrh, she had thrown a tyidutv'fi yciluve r her wttath of oration ftuwcrs. Sff, J she xvhispered, in a mysterious manner, 'this is my wedding-day, and 4-x lending her delicate finger on which she wore a plain wedding-ring, is Ins gill; my own Charles placed it theru and kissing it fondly, aim mur- mured. 'wo will never, novcr part. Is not this beautiful T slid continued,   jsiivato hotW the public VI Iia't the public aouJ.' uf the Convention felt, had arrived in 'ha' in North Carolina and defeated ihu branches of thu Legislature, and thus secured the election of a Derwcraiie United Elates Onictx OK THE AHOUUUNES or In a notice, by tho National liili-fligeiicVrJ of an a'ttblu by Mr. Gallafm. en sumi-civiliwil natioti) of Mexico, Central xve find tho 'following: Mr. Gallatiii tL'tiiks that iho fust inlialiiunti of America camofrom whatever quar- ho bays, Americi may havt hern peopled, the firat imjNirtaui question is that uf the time ul xvhich, that event must havo taker, place. We liiid in. America more than one handled languagt-s, x'vhieh iidxvevei similar in vtrucinic, differ entirely m thu vocabulary or words. This ilifkrcnco must havH originated either before or after America was inhabited. Tbi first suprxaUion impels that of America having been not by a few distinct laces, xvlucli is very possible, but by more than one hun- dred distinct tribes Ami nations, ofdiljereniiiiittin, and speaking entirely dilTerent This supposition, so utterly improbable :n itself.'is.tnore- inconsistent xvith ilm great similarity iii their physical type and ihostructuri) of their between almost all the several nations a'nJ, tribes i i I I Ml tUI f which inhabited America, wbtn discovered Would not .'uu a Ii" for their Democracy modern times by iMiropoans. If, as is highly pro- bable, ihe subdivisions of languages took in America, after making every alloxvancu for tho greater changes to which unwritten lan- guages are liable, and not for iho necessary- subdi- vision of nations in Ihe hunter state into separate communities, yet for prmliicirig some radical diver- sity and multiplicalioc of languageo, xvu xvant the longest time that wo. to in thu place of a Whig. In Alabama and Indiana. tho JJemocracy almost every thing having left thu but three' Cungrcsimtrn nut of the seventeen to which thu two Stalls' ure en- titled, smd gained another United Slates Senator in the tatter Sia'.c. In Kentucky the llibral- ter of U'hijjgfcry Democratic party hmValm made great gnms in' thu popular vote, and lht y mere chance, 1 happened to havo about me what were these against'well-armed rullians? At that instant tljc horses were suddenly seized, the postillion knocked oil', and txvo men presented themselves loaded pistols at caoh Ooot of tho carriage. Resistance, 1 saxv at a glance, would companions sai4 aagpcjty yras out of he must mean i 1 ,t Iliiw Tlirte'fipi a'rltizon.'sir.'f J'That's very high, ain't It may ejfgs eggs, now.1 I'm ghd ID hear the.last I IjiJ wcr. Ax has bccomn so liolloxv from ijepen'lir.s .npon' business alone fo jireail.'that ho proposes-to. sell, himself to be used )c madness; and 1 felt the necessity of obeying thcjr command tii ilclivor roy purse, when the tramp of horses' feet xvas heard, and tho sound of voices icached us; nearer and nearer camu; and assailants, tearful (for conscience makes coxyards of us hurried and left me to the mercy of tho new primers.' Fortunately thoy proved to bo persons sent front th.ei.in to expedite my arrival, as, i'rom tho delay, tljoy feared that some accident had occntred, ur that I aKiiken ba; xvhich contained a small piece uf pa- per, from which shu read, in a low, sxvect this following not a word thy lip hath breath'd, A look thine eye bath given, Thai is not fhr'mcd within my Like to a dream of heaven. 'J'hi'iu'H.iiol A1 fav'rito flowc'r or There's not a scene by thce brloy'd That is not prir'd by me. Whene'er 1 hear the linnet's Or ihe Mylitc woodlark's lay, Or mark upon the golden xvest .The rosy clouds Whene'er I catch the brea'.h of (lowers Or inii.'ic from (hit xvirgj her tvay (o ilis-Uint bowers, And memory to thec.V 41 she concluded hpautifnl rendered still more touching by her impassioned manner, paused, and a hhade of Hilled over love- lyface; then uttcrinc; a fearful' Miriek, which the lapse of years had not rifaccd from my 'recollection, she siizcj arm ami f creamed furlh in of terror. They tihall not tear thcc from ma I I will M thco whiU 1 havu life! Charles do you I.ucy, ihy own Lucy, who calls sec! they mock sioiiof mackirid, East'and Northeast, from having reached the extremes of Asia and passed "over lo America xvithin live huiidre'd years after thu Hood. However small may havts been the mm.ber of tho-e Srst emigrants, an equal number of years xvould'havti been mure than sufficient to occupy in liiiiiruwii'way every part in America." Mr. Galhtin's subsequent inquiry, as to th't ori- gin of American cililizatioti, involves tion of the greatest interest, and ought tc be atten- tively, perused by overy: statesman, patriot and pfu- His distp'.lsition on the Indian forts, tumuli, ami other earth-works foaiitt in the valley of the Mississippi alTorils a rich tiual' to'iho anti- quary. It is a curious foci, tliat not a tingle' work description has been found cither eastuf the AlleuJiany or west of thu llocky Mountains. Mr. Gallaiin supposes that th'o people xvho "erected tiieso xveru a colony from eviddiiily' an agricultural peop'tt, who not numerous or even strong enough to maintain their position, ami ilial they must havo b'een ultimately cither o.vter- minated or driven axvay by'thesavigc tribes which s'urr.itinilcd them. Tin's opinion closely coincides xvitli that of Mr. expressed in Uis bte xrork on the American Indians.''1 correspondent of the Bosion Trail- script, himself a Hostonian, gives, in tvmirrg from i'hiladelpUiu.the following a remarkable itci.iADt.u work the baldest to elect men xvhoso nominatioiia they may at first ojiposnj, in order tu thu wurld tliat tliey ro'f. rhiNciPLCs AMU FOR ii'uVi SEVER! TJu-y'iievcr stop 10 ask "havo xve not butter and such liko questions; but ii is enough for them to know that iho nominees were thu'choico of a ijonvenlion uf their-party-to ensure their hearty support of ihc nominees, and a resolve on their part TO AKCURC VICTORY AT AI.I. Those whu will move iti thisstraight- forxvard path arc tho only Democrats for the xvho gnixvl-am' imatl about men, tho manner of any real' or fancied wronir received "at the hands of a'ciiiji- tent with' re'mib'ican -wliich.jooa man doej the xvurk and auothetr gets the "money be entirely abolished. ft I I "l I -V. t. pressure of the public debt xvhich has brought Vj to the conviction of almost every man in the necessity of a clmnge in tho whereby ihe go verntusnt .would, be adminiaterjebTjfj at lea's cost, and at tho'samo liiu'e, the of anew t gueeTiIiiitnt, with' ihu aid of -jde frotii oicn liulory. Aa'loiig as it to our OF not hear I on thro o anil bids thec stay. Soo s fieudx, a" 'he _ of earth shall nut wrest him from me Father! fa- ther hrjji.' for God's sake, help For nficr this gad scene tho unfortunate pirl hy in ih'e same slalu as when 1 first saiv her. Vainly did I resort to every possible restorative, and I indeed frarcd that nnd xvoumled spirit hud quitted its earthly abodu; but it was not so. tiloxvly and sadly the long hours of that 'dreary night wore oil. and tho gqlcEm ktillnrss xvag broken only by the gobs of tho poor old man, watching with n love for the slightest ray of hope; but as the pray dawn appeared, poor Lucy of returning life, nnd'ut last she murmured forth Eomc inJisiinct woitln. Having further 1 left her to the caro of her nurse, enjoining perfect quietude, and promising: to see hrr agalii in txvo hours. I ap- proached her chamber, the full, rich, mcllotv tones of a fcmalo yoicn Imut on my car, now to it a fullest now dyinu; on my entranced senses xvith nn. uncarlhly Oh I'never, never had 1 heard xviUI, gxvctt a -ttaiti. The as I drcxv near I could dUlinguhih were '.'They bid me The liad lost my way. Under their guidance- 1 soon reached the inn, and was at iho by a voiierablo old man, whose silvered lloated in the cold night xvind, and xvhosu furrowed checks were coursed by many a tear. oh! save my broko from his trembling lips, as, xvith a convulsive grasp, he seized my hand, and hurrying mo into tho house, thrcxyopen the dour of a small room, where, reclin- ing on a sofa, was n being as beautiful as U.might. J ler jet black tresses scattered in rich profu- sinn over the humble pillow xvhich supported her dcath-likp fqrrn; and though thu pallor of death cast its marble hue over her countenance, nought surpass its oh save my again and again groaned the old man, 'ami I will bless you; giro me backitiy lovcvi, my only one.? thero slio'Iaj, rn-nionlcsss, apparently lifeless; nnd in ansxver to my queries 1 learnt that she had been in that .twelve At first they thought she had.fain'tcd, but, as tho remedies hail .been resorted to without ef- fect, it xva? deemed desirable that 1 should bo sent for. An elderly female attendant, ivlm replied'to toy questions, watched whh great anxiety my countenance as I examined tlie'ptilso of my patient, and by n signgavu me to'understand she had something to communicate. Ati opportunity soon presented itself, and shu informed mo with great uniotiun that thu of thu young lady xvas .if- fectcd. _......___j conversation carsbetxveen Nexv York and Philadelphia. The interlocutors, it seems, from personal appearances, were xvhat are usually called liquorary charac- and hence the names by which they aro Jioltlc 1 spose llorsn is the mean- est there is in tho JJjtttc llorsn aint no kind of a place any hoxx-. Jiottlc V'oick is bad enough, but IJotsn is xxeirse. Uoltlc don't run cars a Sunday in rjorsii IT. Wl! fancied xvrong received date, no MORI: HARM TUAS OHUN OPJ-OSKNTS, and to ljc marked 113 tnritort to our cmtsc! Uut'xvo xvill not bulievo 'aru fetich 'men 'to darken our p'prapocts in any scr.tiun of the State, bfccause'it is libelling a good Dpnmcrat to ciiyintlc of any nomination of his party ,or ofbeing itiditlereiii tit the siicccsrf'of any one of the nominees! And who xvill say that lint Indifferent Democrat V. can continue a can- didate for any" hu? party have their Wlierev'er'bMB DOES l should xvant no bottnr he has'.abait? doned'our'caufee in liisltciirt, and lias but onu nr.ire step to take to come out a fuH-b'lcodtd Whig dyed in tho xvould' say, to our'fellow Democrats State, froxvti doxv'n at once every ditwrganixer in the shape of independent candidates or {jruir.blep at your numinaiioiis; and tlieti set to work to elect your noiriinepo tliat energy and determina- tion which always" ensures a min'ds be made p'sice u'd Maryland sitlrt Uj ihe regenerated States ol Tennessoe'and iS'ortli to sfcarc for ourselves our generally, that reform in o.ir consiitution and that retrenchment m.'our State expenses, wliicli will bring some relief to i.ur tax- ridden people! Let us have a noblo and an uni- ted struggle in every county to see which can achieve the most for the cause of reform and tlm causa of the people! Let those counties which last year suffered t'.in clouds tu ob- scure tho light of their Democracy, vjii WITH K.tcu OTHER in their emlravurs curtieYutuf l.'io present contest thotonghly iedeerneil, regencra- n-d and Our own county is on this list, and so are Wasliinglun, Carroll, llarford .we to remain iti the samo sition? Is thero a Democrat in (-ither of these mid the nainru of the nh'ange to be effec right xvill nl I'IIIILIC obiect.of ill 'ihai.il ia Vullp'r. in a fotlu ritneifi fi u.ay bu iii a ilisioib it for light j acciirdingly; it will In; found that the greatest check'S Mnl lo (li-sofilm ri'Koliiliutiary the Jlolllc not? Jioltlc neck they sec they are all tho time a putting o ISmsn, tmd them fellers that builds 'e xvcirl let Ye op churches in t then, they thai nnxv _ iu Htuining that brantiful brow; Hut thy gay liugh rcturnc in thn Kilenco of sleep, And I atari fioni tlnmbcis to lislrii and xvtcji." Doctor, eagerly ihe f.iljier, as I gently opened the door, there ia I lerl'tlicre Hhe And il her own sail, meliidy had opened the of her grirf, and she xvopl long nn.! violrnily; indeed, no onrolr.iiiird xvaxher cmotiati that 1 dreaded it's eiTccU on her iklicalp frame. Father I dear she nt in a low, fdini voice, conic near, closer, ycl clotrr. Where nm I, father not in my owa loved home Father! dear father! lell inc.'' The old man xtrtigglcd to repress emotion (for I Do calm, for God's rake bo calm! any excitement may destroy and You are xvith your dearest; xvith those who love and cherwh you compose yomnrlf, my own one. You have been ill, very ill; but the Al- mighty has heard iny prayers and restored you Oh, father I I have had .a fcaiful dream. I thought it xvaa my brMnUluy, and that, Icaniny on your arm, I stood before the altar. Charles, loo, WAR there; and when I gave him my hand, hit xvas cold, icy rold and when ho thould have iipokrn, it, cos they want to keep the people in llotdn from going out of to'wu. Yo sen, now lliny ain't got no placo In go I" except to church, and so they go thero to kill tho day, and the fellers hands round the box every hour or two and makes a good deal of money out of the poor' fell c'ra wh'u cant gtt axv.iy from tho city as they'd like tur. Well i never "in Uorsn, and liopw 1 nuvi-r shall br. Jivttlc They fine ye iTir every 'liing yo do in Uorsn. 'There xvas a toller from counties who will say vw? We tl.ere aro none or rather we believe it fur such men to be among its! clear of suspicion, niid'to show that" they are worthy of thu name of and worthy of the glo- rious privileges which they "iirijuy under a Detiio- cratic lot tlietn leave not a stone un- secure to 'their party such a victory at thu coming election, as 'will reflect honor upon themselves, and provo wetcomo nexxs to their Democratic friends all over the Union. I i 
                            

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