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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - February 22, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland                                .avr.i ai-iT CTJMBEBLAWD, MABYLANDi WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY l865i NUMBER .42; WKDNESDAY MOMTnNG. fjfflco on Mechanic Street; near tbo National House. TERMS OF TWO DOU.AU3 ntr in Ko subscription takea for a Idf fbnod tluin ax Uudue of the CInuit Hou J SMITH. of the Circuit 1IOUXCK HKil.EY. Ittijistw of Wlls-i-iKO. W. 1100VUK. IUS1L, T. Suited Utornei GhO A. TllUVbTOX. JAMK.S Ja. J u J ja. of On Ory'iiui' I J. II. H. f rint't, A. M. L. IJL'FII. I THINK OP THEE. I think of thce wlien the lul fuint ray ..IViucDfc '.lie plan iup When tirjls at creninp their lait street Kre the) to not Wlicn UiclItnuT? UttufuUvu Inn i Ami Iniili il la tlie And tin- Atun ou in the tiOui Then, dourest, 1 tktiiL ot llice. i T lluuV, (if tin I t1 1 moon sails l IIIKRE1.Y, r.i.U Ml .luHN iifLL, .1. II. fcTAI J. I.. Tui I.. TOW Cirri lo JAlOl'. N'. CHAS. C. SHRIVER HULLS Ul.r.VI IiK.U.l.lte l.V DIIUGS. PAINTS. OILS LAW'S null I.U11' COW PMlFUVIUItt mill r.Y.VJV, ll'H.l.T AUTICUS of ItiiUmiorc awl Me" linnit. slro.li Juns 8, 1804 r. M" i.uv sine OF wn.i.i' crtcKK, MIX ATTORNEY AT LAW, vi oc Wist rlile of Wnls irviV. m tin. Mounts iheUlhi.! ofthclntc Tlluuiai DeiLiuoa. Jnnu-in 11, IIUXT, and HAUNB33 MAKI'll. Baddies, BndleSi Collais, Whips, Harness, etc., eoii'ttmiUv ou hand ftnil tiru uttered for bate hi tin- lo a feir iluors north of Hultitnorc tny Lnizts Like tin. loxf swctt of luu In it thu ili-nUn rt-st MU I V iui-ittiil lull, An I -iluit t-irl'i arid niuurnful uf nhiitounvtH TUu I tlutik on ihe [ujt nil lln'c. Tic p" t tliat in nvalc The Uiat fcliTp P'tp HI the uii'iu tiint luurl IhU Inran honr to 0 t.r 1 hi htfl tint It it t ou cittli rm IT" lllK. 0 u- unit time 4 iniint IT" '1 Iml I tl laill-u ill ik UIl lll 1 tlitiiK of in (hi nnrrou Iwil, Ami I w_h fur rM, U lure tin, I R( ill e hi n A. nt Un. 1'C wort upprtst Itti t u to u u orf'l Mi-ii i lictr t'iv spirit n w utiiijr for me, To in tht MiiiU uf It furctir BSATJTIFUI, EXTRACT. The editor of the K'nlfiirlmvii r the fullo.ving lo Ike Murvel, and it is cer- tainlv woitln of bin.: "Last we walled leNun'Iv along, the music of three choirs in thn c churehes eame floating out into the darknc-s around and they were all new and Campbell alro soon died. No impor- buton... Ami that one-it not Irenm of vvhii.li hu Uad Buoken. The EEMAHKABLE NARHATITE. Tui: fulloxring account uf eonio singular lihciioincna of recent date, atul iu a remote part of the norlJ, is taken froai a volume entitled "Savage etc. etc., bv Windwood Reade, chap. The seene b Macarthy's Island, an Euglish tnil- it.iry the Ganih'u, on the uest const of Africa: At the cotnracilcc'mcnt of the raiiSy s'ea- in IStiO, Mr. Ucale, a nas seized with malarious The Dmvr after, bringing n Jlr. Cjniphell to relieve hun. Jlr. IJenlu was taken ou board the shook li.indjwith ihu rajitain on deck, went lielo'.v, and ex- pired Mr, Tre-trail, his colleague, wt down to urite out the case. ]t i-l Etill presorted in the tucoical rcpoit at the qmrtfra Toward the end the handmiting cbunges, becomes and fcoiuetiiues scarcely Icgtlile. A fuiv hour uftcrnard Trcstr-iil was a cnrp'u. The two surgeons were huried together. Mr. Campbell wrote out a report of Trcs- traij's IIo flept alouo in tho cpiarters in the same bed iu the others had died. Mr age is a trader on the island. A few d ijs jftctnanl Campliell ratuc to bin and a-iod him to give him a bid. Savage lomplithl nith hi; request. }ou like he said replied Campbell. "I have seen Beale. lie added, "I th ill never He my poor ami children anj ii.oie." M. M. r in irisfc.-', i iQi'or.s iEAS, rnovi'ioxs, ria'ii, TouiccO, LEfVK Mr. A block of Cliuiet OLD npiwsili-A.M L Husir. cu Sto-r. I'lmlUrluuil. Vlui to, L'MlUUli i UWi, UctuVn m _ Hardware, Iron, Stcoi. Cutlery, etc., MairnJers M blind, coracr Billimorc nrd Uc- KKICK M1NKU. Ijcnlcr fr Sliocs, lists, Caps, Trunks, cic., Mi Kale'i J Story lUltimon hlrti-t JluuufttctiirLT at 'lin, Copper, nud MittMron IVarc. jots' mar I'lU'uunre street H ill ftanki, Slatluncry anil Kant} IMt, Bjiltiinon. JOHN li JCSTH'C OF THR Odicn on nrltimote st-o-l, rcir tlic Tiibllr A "XJHU'AV I'cilcr In Rfatly-madp f Jolliinr. Collars, frarais MlIP.Trf, m.. nUtlmorf strctt. opposite tl.u Po'l-oITirp. liKnTiTMiL'iwJiit, D MEKCHAWT TAILOH, A M> CI.OTIl I Ull, Ilfllliinurc strut, Ilic 1'nM cSliuire. jfry Carprliiu, 3 Itillo -.ttfct, K' .1 .JOILNSO.V, Doikrs in Walchf) Jewelry, Silver and I'LATKD etr Krit Joor lo I'osl-Ofllcc, Ihllimon strat. HVAMrf' Restaurant and Snloon, and nn liaiid. Wakli's Itftn.tr, ttalllranre rtrwl. TOHX UUCK; Cp'jolsterer .inil Paper Hanger, Anil Dwlrr in "W nil -Paper, Blinds, oto.  lint siy how many and the pravcrs of IKivid, the son of Jesse arc ceded .Tid therhoir Nscit- tcrcd, gone. The girl with the UUP that .-ting alto, and the girl with Ihc Mick eves tint -itng the fn f tune were like a dear June heaven at noon. Thcv both hccinic wive-, ami both mothers, and thqy both died. Who sh-dl pay they are not singing "-till, where Sundiyl never vine, aud lungregiiliiius never brcik up'( There ilicy sit, Sundiv after .ynndiy, bv Ihc square column bv the- right of the to our etrs, their tones j were the 'verv-otil'of nni-ie-.' That col- Iild of umn still bear's their penciled'names, a, wlloul tLu 6LIltr-v wrtite- them iii those divs of life's ,lune, before drc-ims of chimge hid over- come their spirit- like a summer cloud. "Alas, that with the old -ingi'r" mo-t of the FPeclcr tones have died upon I.'j3 air, hut Ihfv linger in tlie mcmorv, and the} slnil v ot he "-ting in wcct re-union of f. mp tint take pi ico by and by in a hall columns arc boanis of morning light, whoso ceiling is pearl, flo.rcrp are all gold, and hnir never turns silvery, and hearts never grow old, thru she tint fang alto, nnd she that sang air, will he found in their places ouco more.'' Ov I'l TnroiTi! jliirritt boon making ralcujatioirs about women's petti- for the learned black-- taj s more than of Mcci aic put ii'.tn I'rinolinc in Christendom annually. Upon thu Traveller h the niacniiludu of (he crin- oline, considered from a business point of view, and no wonder tbaf the article lakes up po muth room in tho vorhl. Twenty of whieh hu Uad spoken, n urds tlfiusclv es w ould have been quite fur- gotten bad it not btou for that which after- ward occurred. Tho commandant's quarters, a detached building, stands about fifteen vards fror1! tl; surgeon's quarters, al-o a del.icheu bliihling. A -entrj is stationed over each. Capt. AVil- eox nnd Uradahavr were sitting one even- ing in the piazza of the eomtmind.int's quar- when they heard a from the other building, and a soldier, livid with fright, and without his musket, rubbed iuto the piurza. Captain' VTHcox, supposing- him drunk, put him under arrest. 1 The morning, being examined, be declared that nhilc on guard at the quitters, a gentleman drosted in black bad come toward him. lie had never fcen him before. 1 fa eh-illenaed him and got no an- snc-r. The gciitlemiii continued till he via- eloie to him. The scat-y threatened to ran him through if he did not answer Ihc chal- lenge (letting no answer, he thrust, and the bivon-t pl-s through ti.'c The figure gibbered at him and turned a- u-iy. It ius then (hit IIP bad shrieked, dropped his musket and ran away. Exam- ine1! by Dr. lirndshaw, lie described the figure tho face, height and dress tal- further cm) of the room.' It wan like a mad walking cautiously on tiptoe. The souud came toward him) but bo could see lie strained bu eyes, but could see nothing. Then the footsteps elude' to him, yet he could ecc nothing. Doctors are cescnttally uiatcrialisla. Macarthy knew that tho strangest sights nnd sounds can spring from a disordered 'stom- ach or a checked secretion. Hut when he mentioned his hallucination to Dr. Uuggan, and Duggan replied thai he had been trou- bled in the same manner, they became per- plexed: Still it did not occur tp them that tliche sounds were supernatural. The mind of man it! nversu lo believe thai wh'icli it cannot grasp In the eourso of cohvers ition they hap- pened to sppak to Savage about it. lie re- plied if it reh1 a common-place tuitter. "Oh, don't you know the house is hauuU-d'i" aud related the aiTair of the scutrv. i i, On returning to their quarters, Dup- gail observed that his boy was looking ill, and asked him what was the matter. The boy s.iid he did not know, but perhaps it was las sleeping iu the open air. On being asked irl.at lie meant, the boy replied, with zoma reluctance, th it he liad gone to' sleep' on the Hat roof of the house, because) n tall man iu white to come and wake him up, so that he eonld get no rest. boy I afterward examined myself. lie told me that it came aud pulled him by the ear, and said, "Wake, wake." When hu awoke he could see something white moving off in a manner which bcEald not walking, nor running, nor flying, but something different frolu vrli.u he' had ever pecn. I ofTered him five shillings (uhiih lo him would be a large sum) if hu would sleep (here that night, even offering to keep him company. lie looked frighten- ed and refused. Drs, Macarthy and Dug'grtn, after that, tlept id the same room. Add now, which U viry cxtraordimry, these two men, in: tcrialists by education, Ijiug broad awak a light burning in the room, would both h'ca'r those noises, and would call each other's attention to them at the time; th heavy bodies moved in Ihc centre of the room, tlic plates rattled in Ihc piazza, and the light tip-too footsteps pas-ing between both their beds. A tr Ferre'd Fnre filycerine Balm. Fur [land] or.FacP. ev and Hind slept in the buil- ding in separate rooms. They heard noi'cs, the cause of which thcv paid littlir attention to at the time. Urs. McCarthy and Fox camo up. Thcv hoard nntliing. Micarthy remained there a month, and during tint time had a severe fever. lie went to Bitbnr-t, and returned in coinpiny with of them were in good liciltb at the time Ni'ilher of thrm had heard the phost story. They clopt, cdch in :in end roo'm, (there were three en and Dr. Dug- gan's servant, a of sixteen, iu the cen- tre one. vliom, T bail these heard peculiar in the night. In the piizzi outside there wa- a table on which thcv plaeed their let things after they had done with them. He wonlil hear the cuj s and saucers clashed together, and the plates, as it seemed to him, dashed forcibly to the ground. Sovoral times he went out in the morntng, expecting to find i broken; but in no inslancu had million pound" of iron worked up 3 early in- I ihepo-ition of the'things been altered in the to pcttico-its and carried about by the deli- j least. He asiribcd these noiJei to some catc creatures: It must ba ,a far greater j fellow who tud climbed into the burden than their sins. Hot they get unobserved by the jcntry be-hnv. very well thrif- tinder ili i He hi-ird ab'tijioiscs in'the middle room, weight. Iron, according to Solon, is the j if heavy of moved about. And oflcn all flight long he would be annoyed by a pattering somid on the fioor round hit bed. He thought nt ITrst Ihil these were bats wbicii bad fallen on the floor and were unable to rise. But. be could nev- er find them in the morning. Tlica'hc sup- posed that they ware toott potent of all things, ei mmering even gold's cwntn; nnd ladies find it a very use- ful article ifl making their Just now it rules the court, tho camp, tho gwJc, aud is jiofcntial everywhere, from cnfltlc fa cottage. In every since tins' is the "Agf'of women'.acknowledging guierninfiU 'of tnctali, a rulc'tbVt litot'ally-'cricirclcs thctuM [Tliosa One of going, lo bed, he kept his candlo alight, and .iul on Tvitira'sirck'acroES hlslaittrwaitltig for tbc.'O uki J5 oat He h'-'iM'a'.Jau'i at the BETTEBENCE IU A WIPE. "Wiu. Katie, so yb'U expect to marry Kdward after all. 1 thought you were only flirting with him." "That what I intended, Mary, but somehow the artful fellow haa cheated mo into agreeing to Inve him." "I thought how all our grand talk ahoul freedom nud never bcno'lfac jour neck to any man's 3 bLc would end." "T'is the oh: story." "Xat so; I'm not going to wear the yoke Kdward is to obey me. lie T He has hardly .my vtill hut mine now, ant I don't intend that be ever shall have lie don't p'rctcnd to oppose me in an j thing. I wouldn't be hired trt Inve him Were he to presume to treit me ns HelenTiorimn'slovcr treits her, and I told her so. lie is always telling her of her f uilts." "They Ihvo fiijrted to kindly tell cad other of their faults, and help each other to overcome them. think this is a most ex- cellent way." r "Wc.11 don't. I a'tn free enough to tell Ed. his faults, but ha would not dare to re- turn the compliment. It wouhl make me angry in a minute. In fact, Mary, I think I am n fortunate girl. I have found a man Vrilll plenty of money, a gentleman'ofyield- ing disposition, very generous, who worship1 me, nnd is Killing that I should always Imrc my own way, who is, in unable lo hinder me from having it." "And do you think thi't joii can' havi the blessing of God on marriage when it is tnJcred Upon in utterly tin reverse of vvh'-it H Lfupppse you admit that the liiblois authority. j'Co'ntide what ilt teachings 2. "I sajs: "Submit one to anoth er." I suppoac I shall subjnit loUd. of tlie time, it would bo only f iir." "Kate the Bible- says "Wives submi yourselves unto your, own husband ta unto Ihc Lnrtl; for Ihe busb-md is the bead of the, as Christ is the head 6T the Church'. i Therefore as tE'c Oliurcb is sub- ject 'unto so lot the vvivcs be unto ihcir ;husband in .everything, and let the wife Jec that hho" rev crences her husband." How dare you. presumptuous girl, resolve to on (Tod's nrrangcnicul and nTs law? 'You way, bo sure that -trouble is if you go forward to the marrngo altar with Mich a spirit for Edward; ho is infatuated1 fc'dccil-if he gives; atlucb" plain bl6', urncd from her companion aud walked rap- dly away. The expected marriage look place'. 1'or. a few walked.iii H traiice of1 seuuoua and TinagiDativo bits; thyu down he came, and never more did ho ai'ieiid the lull of joy. lie was, as Katie had said, quite .niable to control or to cope with her. Tie- was too gentle, and beloved her to'o tender- She had over him the immense advan- tage of loving him very little-. Shu could tear bis heart-strings every hour. I le could scarcely tlir hers at any lime. You pcr- eeivj, good reader, that she Children uurc born to this pair. Kate managed them something an n tigress might nniingc her young. Kdward was allowed to have no word in the mailer. Iu 'a few yeard the poor man, crushed and oveiborne, died. Kate was provoked with him for this picee of .independent action. Shu liked him; t-lic midu him very useful. She had not thought he would go without leave. 1'ut he did lorded it dill for a few more i4 j ears, till hcrrchildrcu became" loo strung for her. Then they, albeit they knew not what they were doinc, avenged tlieir They broke thelt- mother's spirit aiid lier heart; and ypn gray, mumbling old crone iu I lie is all that remains of the once- lively nnd bcautiful'-Kntc. Sbo sowed to the wind; she reaped the whirlwind. always have their rifles iu aud, their horsft ready. The lawyer hastened, client out of court and gained fur hluiia itart. "1'ly young man, our dear bought Melon will Hxm be a Iu a.uiiu- utc, fnll'jwvd by and rider" vv cic plunged into the Illcr Dimming .bide bysidu, noircame up furiously a dozen of j-iflcmen, who threw away their lead at the too distant Tho lastnews of the romantic act represented him as the happy father of, thriving family of young- barbariani.j by more than a IKircinu uiotlfer-r-and fur.bi- yond the Mississippi. si TKVTUS LOVE STOHY. In ttvncral Scott's recently published au- tobiography, aiming his experiences in'the Hlick Hawk vv ar, occurs the following ro- mantic episode: The summons for the conference vv as now given to all and obejcll, and the grand councils of war for the eqttlemeut uf the treaties commenced. AVhilu there vrerc: pending, a demand came up, from a'Judgo of some siiityguiles for an Itidim murderer, his name unlcnown.'but had distinetlj traced t'o the camp of the great body of Siica and horn the chiofeibad contrived to hold iu neutrality during the recent hostilities, influenced mainly by KcokJk, not a hereditiry chief, and only a narrior, the senae bearer, orator and treasurer of the con- federacy. The demand was communicated to this remarkable man." After a little mu- sii-g, tile painful truth of Ibo tlory socnicd to fluj-h Upon him. With candor he staled the grounds of hia feara. A young bravo of'somc twenty years of ago, the a distinguished chief, had marry a bandeonio oung equaw, the- daughter-of another famous chief, but tho maiden re- pulsed the lover, applv, ing to him the most opprobrious never hav- ing taken a ecalp, killed a grilzly bear, nor, by surprise, robbed an enemy of Iii5 arms, horse'or wife.' ahe said her lover vvas aot a braiti but a woraau. Her sympa- thies were, moreover', with lilack. her only brother having run off with that reckless chief. _ All these particulars were not yet known to the wise treasurer, for ho had only been surprised at-the change of conduct in the who had fo suddenly married her lov'cr.r Keokuk, in good faijti, saiel h'e would enquire, for his g'rc'at care bad been to his people from destructive war and entire spoliation, with which JJlack Hawk's con- duct had caused thcia1 to'tjc'thrcatcncd? The nczi day. be callctl at Iicad-qualt'ers and whimpered that his fears bud proved pro- phetic'; that the happy bridegroom had, for the good of "the confederacy, him- self the g'ullty party, snd ,was nt band; but begged the general to repeat, in a full coun- cil the dcmaud; cct. This vraa accordingly done, and ss soon as gciicral Scott's perora- tltt inter- preted, the }ouug Apollo stood up and said: I am a violent stamp and voice Seott called yuttrdl. A ser- geant, with n dozen- grenadiers, rusjicd in, seized the  he could atsume. Th'c inamlarin, hoivuver, continued aud jvva'yjjejwopn Wo fow had been' high as scveu thousand dollara. elmnt, who had no previous notioua to tho commodity which' be had taken Out'with him, was compelled at length to declare'thlit Jjiiglibbuicn never sold their wives once came in pos.ses.siun of asser- tion which the Chiniman was slow to: bc- irevc. Thu ty laugh with bis spouse, when ho'iold'ber thai he bad discovered her full mnndurin had offered dollars for her. r J< rg j, i PrightfiU Deed of BlooeL ''r'e __ 'T f' 'tif The "Toledo Comincreial" gives an ac- count of the arrest of a T f David wbo confesses..'Laving murdered .lib, wife audits own father and mother, nud then setting their dwelling on Gre, their remains were burned to ashes. perpetrated in Lcna- .vvee county, "and" ti'e, murderer was a desortor from in his confession that on entering he finjt met his father whom ho'ehst flibugh the head with a revolver, killing Him instant- ly. He neit shot Kis mother, buf cannot state where ho hit her. ills joung wife, who eipetncdibortly to give birtb to a child, sprang to his side: plraded that ho wpuld'do' her no harm.' Thovfieudijli wretch' states that ho nnd kissed her; than -shot her through tlic heiart.- He quickly .'set firo to tic house, and then .made his but was subsequently armtceL. j :d "'The age. oflthe murdercdi father Was 57, the' mother 61, the young uvife 20.- They arc -highly 'Tcspcctediin the community in irbich they lived, moved in tho bcatcirukB of fcociety, nnd were possessed of .cewsidera- blc property.. The m'otiva Ibat led to Ibis terriblosnnd- uriualiral crimo, as_ stated the intTricrsr: uimsolf, ir.is 'bcconio fliiamorcd of n.young conceived tbo horrid idea, that tic most ctr-" "tain way to his parents and wife in thamnnncn describ'od; and thus fill heir tO'his'fatli'or's and obtain tho object of The unnatural mnrdcjcrjilip liaa .brncd his'hands tbo blboil of "three of rcl tho .dcareSl. on_ fhSfinTsh- cd iiiurdeftr that O LWSPAPLRl WSPAPfcRI   

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