Alleganian, February 15, 1865

Alleganian

February 15, 1865

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Alleganian (Newspaper) - February 15, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland ,137V 3 VOLUME 1. .EDNESDAY, 15, 1865. SVBHY WEDNESDAY MOHWIWG. on Kcohanio Street, near tlio National Houso. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS Mr rrv, larnriiliir in ttnrt c Ko labrcriptioa fer n lui period, than .11 iscraihj. Juije of the Circuit Hon. JAS Cleric of the Circuit KESLEY. Jlrzuter of GEO. V. HOOVEH. BA3IL T. G MtLITK. HLi'e'i GEO. A. Tlir.CSTOS. JAMES CH1SHOL52, cl Orjihaii'i Cu-Jr! J. D. II. C DOUGIAS A. U. L BC6H. Ciai CHARLES P.IDGSLY, JOHS nnu.. J. H. J L usrtli of H Jlmore. M. KEARNEY, Dwler In WIVE-', LIQCORa, TEAa, 1'ROVISIOKH, FirH, CIIEr.SE. TOHACCO, CIGATW. U5E, A lupe Stock at Choice OLD WIllKKV. li-n-'t Jtftr, ojipojitr A.M. L Iluili't Toliio co d.Jrr, Ca 2! rrl ind, MJ. 10, IMt. H U'HBIUD A. LONG. Dcaltf !a rf, Iron, Stcrl, Cnllprjt ftr., ttanJ, corner IlilLuoit Kt- ic s'rctti. ICK .MINKK, Denier m S lors, IhH, raps, 3 Storj Ulock, llaltltnom MUKI'.IinAD, 11 Itaaulartutcr of Copper, itiid S.iciMrun. iUrc, U.-ooki' iilocn, ccar briiljc, BMtiniorc nALK lit iler m Baok', StaUoiirry ind Fanry fioods, Uiul-r ncMilcre Ilaltimori: ttrvt.. TUIIN B. WIDEXER, JCSIltE Or THE TE1CE, OnirB nn Fiftttiirldrc nnr the Public Pquirc GONDEK, Dialer in Ueatly-midc Clotliiiir, Carats, F1IIUT.-5, UHAWER3, ETC, n opj-o-it; S' "AML. MEH.CHAMT TAILOB, XSI) CLOt.HIKU, ort ttrttt. prar ruMlt RqU'.r-. Dry r. Dr-ilcr 10 rlc.( 3 Starr Dlock. liflio i JOHNSON, Dcilcts ia s, ffatcnc', Jcirtlry, Silrrr antl PLATED WARE, etc., Ifcil iloor to Itoltiraort ttrrct. IP WE KNEW. If we and croats Crowding aiocnd cur adgbtor'i If we kULir tbc little hortljr gritriosj, day t- Would ire then ta olltu tinde htm For bis luck or thrill tud Learms on hU s LUTUJ j on htj life a aMti? If we lirw tic clnt.i1j ahoTt linU lull I'tntte llicrf, wt tmaavjj all t In pur lUml aud tl TToulJ we .briaU, fruiu link ol tlie 'IP onli lii-iij of Edca, If rtl ate life at .and then .ufurth found itconienicnt to Hvo on amuc'i smaller allowance thin twelve buuoVed j :'iiir- "i WINE'S WOUK. r __lifj i "Pr.oMtT me, Clia'Kc." 1 Slier wnsJli fining fully over the bad: of biorcbair; looking .'down By "ehe" I mean 3Ira. "Charlie" was her ind lie had just settled him- self for a quiet aftor dinner cigar. But Mrs Gale hiil snatched il from liU liiml, threiitcning to withold it un- til lie. gitu her the de'-irv'd promiso. And now sho inU one hnnd cart-singly on hi SAMUEL IIIAJIO- .1 Eoatauraut and Snloon, YSTGIW nnd REFRESHMENTS always on hand.1 WnUh'i lilocV, Cr.lliiaero slml? TOIIN E. BUOKi J. -r s Fp'ioMcrcr and Paper And -3 Paper, Blinds, (rtc Itoltn. ttnyt. a few doori abaTo Post- STT W "And Deiiur Iir _- RENTS' GOODS. '-Tji'E't New opfotlW -lScc. UTS _ _ "As you sso nir, tbis( -i'.indiac unpnia. In'turte'diys he wii! drw monthly p'ny. and I thought, sir, if you would be kind cmiugb to-1- "Yes t Imu Goto him anJ got bis nota at thirty daji." "His nolfl, fir! It wouldn't ba worth the popar on which it w-u written ha no one a. dollar k "But ha will civ8 I'O" vite "will" be S not, mndsni? "Ob, yes, ho would no doubt be glsd. to bavo a respita in that way for a month "That's right then. Ga to him and ob- tain his note at thirty from to and give him in full, coma to niu this evening." The upon tbo elcrk 'and. dunned biuf fnc >_'', da I stc.iluig the other under bis dim oho 'oo'hcd nrchlj yet half dnwt into the dirk deep.i-r.f his with in.r tu.nlor blue onoa at "I'rouiine ui-i, ujif a Ami ho tried to, put away her hard. vOh, r'-proiubfully. i do let me po. You'll choke he s-iid, Inlf itnpnticiilly, 11 And E3 I1 "i this cilniite uot to drinlt ".inytliiug Ftronrcr. than pun (Mild r.t Uncle Logan's to-iiiulit." Aiid forthwith the ninde fnnll but snv .IRC r.ttacn tiniiu liiirf, bend Kiel i .j aa far hi-could eat and Hintingbc-licxr to clultli him lbrn.it ,with intcns mock fury. "Slop, Virpie, stop! Why, whnt nro yoi ibottt. Only Jet n.o'irU nnd pi. you for tiiia little mi-diicf; Tlicre nnw you'll put out in) oyt's in ynu Oil, myifjcol I'll prom Oh And the'f till1 pi'r'evctrd in! "piritr an arjtumcut. lie "Minute yes, Tbqrr, nnw. 1 hope haro f promised' lofUn enough to you" Lc FcTrfVPni-o riNB HD3IDDY V _ .For n t- the 'Ui. Mm. rrfb HH ta. M! v ho askca fur il T I "TcC be esid bs giro a good may it inura." ,i FJ it-wtca Uncle Logan's gates, and the number of and vehicles nlready cougratsilali'd around fhowcd lint tlie iiui- [cd giie-'s of the party wore already bcijinning to drop in. Aunt Lizzie came out tu tbu ilour to meet them, aud took the babo from Virgie's poor, tired anus. she fi.iiil implor- inslv lajinjrJiT bead upon ihnulJer as thi-y wen. oiltliB-pointof pcpirulitig. She, for Aunt pomfiirlabli) room' nbnio for the society of his boon- com- firir for me 1" and be went gayly away. i i for the promin; made to the fond credulous wife, sittine; up in tho quiet matnmh i irile with b' r on her knee, so proud and it IIIT firvl Llul'l And what jDiinp; iiiothc-r f.iilcd to npprcriatc the dignity of her position at tuch t time Tn kss thin liilf in hour, Clnrlc1) Galo Lad foraiittrn promiH.-, wife, child, cierj- tliing. anil ngiili nnd naain phii was filled, nnd'lii-) vuioc rai-i'd m notiius chorus with the Initdiv-t. The nip'it wnni-d. and the bogan rse. Virpic Ml in the drc-s-ig ro all rfiilj for rids, holding in her lip what Mvnitwl Ift IIP n hnae btimlle of blank- ets mid >-h iwli. but wliicb WM in reality lit- t'.r Oh irlic. who curled up in hij wirm fi--t nileep, one little fit thumb in his month, "1 wonder whit maJtiM Clnrlie to IituV" she nt Ian. impitiently. Aunt Lizzip, will ynu fnr him, and ray I'm wailing V He (Simn at length. But the first wortla he told her nil. She know nt once that he wai intoxicated, though to olhori on- ly a very "light cTciti-mcnt was all that ap- peircd umtau il ilxiut him. i ii Oh tho shame! She hardly darod tn to him'. All her thoughts was tu gU Virgie thought of the "dreary five miles ride with a drunken husband, and then the creek! Sho had before refused to but Corner of tbo nursery, irhon 1 ".You p.iw. ho'iv'rlaro' youV And justice how you've scratched my I V.IM it nnd mike it wull 1" slio dried And thrd iwhilo her f.ii'o rrcw'pirucJt'in'ili pleading expression, she i 'ijj h-n! I...L not know bowani- ever mnee wo deciili d to go.r.uTbay) always bsvo such Logan's.- 'loirxbohjh him btforo bo Defrayed bis condition I I to other cjr.t. "Givo mo tin! ho saul. And as sho did so, sho felt his arm was 4 "Oil! I dare not trtt'ttbo bnby with 'WJB bcr thought, but sho remained silent.'' Jl Sho could not, bear, that, thoao around ehould know tha mortifying truth., -j do wish you wouW slay .ill'-tiight, spike Aunt rtincnjng her BQ cr now she thought better of it. "What do yon Lthink of it, Ilad'nt wo better she asked persua- sively. But liquor had mxdo bim sullen. "No we must go be said, burily. She know it would avail rothing to argue the matter with him, but only lead to a piinful exposure; eo she commenced making her adieus. By dint of gentla coaxing she' induced him to give the bibe to bcr bcfiro they Etar- tcdi j' As they rode away Uncle Logan ahoutcd out to them: "Look out for the creek Virgie's heart was too heavy for a reply, but Charles shouted bnck with maudlin cbccr- fulness: "AH right I" Ad they rode on, she saw that bo WM finking into a drunken stupor! Oh, if they were Only safu at home, how glad the would be 1 And then the thought of the wltlu creel; jet ta l-u furded, aud over} breath was a pr.iycr. Sho determined not to let him have tho child when they came to Iho cros- but lo trust to her arm and courage herself and the bal c through. She hoped ho nould not think to tihk her for the child, ntid ntn ing herself fur a refusal, in cat-e be should when they camo in eight of the watcn The moon shone dowu, making it almost as bright as day. Yiigie thuikod God for tint but slip as the roar of the uatcrs fell on her car, ind she canr it foxsj- ing.nliitc in the moonlight, as it swept in a strong current oicr'thc rooks. Charles roused hmisolf. _ 1 'Where's the boy T-Llic ifskcd.' "Never mind, dear he's n.slccp, and I don't like w disturb t I can carrj T am strong enough for it." i '.'What is tliu woman thinking of 7 You carry him over, indeed 1 Give bim right itraight hero to me I'1 Charles, you arc not in a condition to bold him. I bball bo thankful if jou can'guidu yoar horse ovor tafcly ta 3 on are." "Ifn! --What do yon mean by She midc bim no answer. "Do you take mo for a fool 7" he said roughly and angrily.-, "Now Charles, don't do so 7 You know your arm la very unsteady, just now. Itia "Ah, lundersl-ind j-ou now. Eo, Msdiin I Kupja5si- you think I'm drunk 1" Again tbo was silent. "Give me the child ha said fiercely. "OCIjarli.il! Tor GoJ's "Give bim to me, T Do1 you think to brate me Givo him hero this min-' uto." Reliance, Si'ie knew, wag usolcts. It would only serve to infuriate him, and what will not a drunken man do? i tilf-I fix she said, but her voico was iitm itttnlly quiet. Uncovering the little sleeping faco, she it (Iran ing (tlie thick blntikct over ths elunl uiiicb envel- oped tbc little figure, aha covered the face and gave 'him into her husband's inns. "Charles! Tor tho love 6f God be care- ful." "Dnn'tbc a fuoll" So they plunged in, aud :be (lid not take her eyes from the other two, until they bad rearhwl the hint. Then her horse "topped on a s-lonc. and, slipping, nearly precipitated hur into the water; wbon her attention was again free they had readied the opposite bank. "Tbiro hp saH Chsrlo.1! triumphant- ly, as ha placed the bundle in her "What a timrleton you were to think I cauld't bring him over safUy 1" How very light it was! Good God She moved it about in her it closer, and then uttered an awful shriek. In bis drunken uuconcionsncss Charlio had let the sleeping infant slip out of the blanket, and nothing could bo heard above the deafening roar of the waters. lie, did not know it till tho mother screamed, i There was no help! Oh it was pitiful, heart breaking! My Charlie 1 0 mv child 1 1 it without having bcr and sho Will rit for folding tho little ciod-.eg lovingly among ticm., There u pair'.. of worn fahoca in tie work table, and a lock of in tho grost Bible. Let us hope that Charles Galos u'ileticY' tbouglj a. Bidder man, for at the meeting held the week after that'' sad eViht bo was the first to coma forward iod ngji, j Iho total abstinence- pledge. Tho SUo-maon's Cocrtslilp. Thore was many aflectin tics which me banker nround arter Betsey Jane. fathcr'ti farm jincd ourn; their oswe and onm .squiucht their tburataf j old marcs botb.bad stars on their fpranfa; the mcascU brolo out in both our at ncark the same toy and mino) slept rcgularlj in tlie n.cBtin Louse, aud jJi uicd to oUcrvc, and Paisleys It was a tlio Bpring of the ycar.jlo 8 motliors, nnd wilkthein, govrns jiinncil up BO tliey_ coulilu't silo cm, bilin soap together and .J -I j-ijI.PSJ zm tlio usibera. 7 n AHlio I hnnlcred tnlcntly arter tbo pb- jcok, of ray atTccsbuaa, I_naratit tell bcVot tlio fires nbicii were rajin in niy manly rumi I'd 'to do it'but'niy'.tmig ilrwollup atiek like doth to a deceased 'Africiq, or a'oountry post-'mastcr to his o my hart whanged agin my faEUlpntdTlaltagm a barndoor: i 'Twai a calm still night in Joon. natur tho screen eilcns. 1, wA with. JJctcey on tho fence of father's .tW_8'd ronipin threw, and driving Jtojn Jiis live lair (so wq'aot thorp the feet two thaByl dinsvilic when it waafuat cd, and lookin very cimplo no left arm waa okepied lin tho fonco, while my rito ly round_hcr waele. f I cleared my, throat and j' r, I that air purty fine. I waited sru Jl n i" o-3tf tn FCO the cncck it would bare r It evidently did nt ictcli.ncr. for she up nnc I 031 -f Bid. "lourem Ser I, l' tb'ink Very inueblfof 1 1 j li ,1 you. j r 2 'I don't b'lccTo a word yon Bay now curul'1 with which observational] c hitoh- od away from mo, 7, ;t "I wish, tliar was w.indcrs rca I. coiilj teojspme, fcclina. There's fire even M strikin the com btcfand turnipp in the Vertooviua and itho Critter, cirouw-j She bowed her bead down and ccd chiwin tho of her Bon _ U i lJT "Ar. conld you laiow -gitfe, I worry threw on your has ceased to bo nic..4 how my, limes Ins sbrunlc rnuliin't Gaza on this wastin farm tbcsi en s f, _ tt I should hiTccontinncrcdonin tiiisttrano- probly for-porno lost my and turo Lcrmnttth, Urin my scrcrUjf datuagininjbclf gingerly. Betsey Jano sprang to tay.wstsUncc in dubla quick, time, .and dragged Then drnwin np to her full bite "I woa't listen lo your noucantf any gcr. Jest say rite, strste onf whatjiro'cr driviu Jf-you, I'M W.V c r va-J x ivl I considered tliat iiLrpraotiol purpuses, and we tiie parson's and was matte How 10 BE- mast be_a busy one. j not well bo otherwise tliin checrfuLj- da -not -croak-in rutrruBg minds aro_scld_o_m bsdings. Ji spirit) wiptjrjsJp by, Both turned simultaneously Lack U1 water. of Ihq just injiiuc to Isit of a little ro-y, pitiful upturned thou it disappeared down lha? current, utnd tbo rapid ilowcti on! J 'J riu >-j'Ji tjl-aii Tbo borne it, art there's frcsb" tnignt dromL'3aiianiteirdli an' M Jbf SPAPFRf ;

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