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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - March 1, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland                                i i .1 _ i j _ i j t rr. 5. t- i-VOLUME 1. MARCH 1, 865. .i -t ,i.> i I I .IV. j %T JCTItlf 2 HT i i' O 0 oo preohnnic Street, near tho HOI l.'Uld pcrjcsr, lovarii'i'v, tit ii'rr-.rr. K o si bsmpl.on 'jil.c'1 W a 1 iuit 1 1 ,CI HUlld. Jud'c'of UK Circ'-i'. J l. Clerk' of tlw Circuit HOK r.-i.iicr of Wiit GLO. si-ruT-BASii. T. Gr.O A. THUVaTGS. CSJKslIOttt, JB. Judcei cf ihs Coart J II II. CAMPBELL, DOL'nUVS I'JT.CY, A. M. L. ECilt. i EMJAH R1E.NP, JUluN" BELt. J. FTAU :XG5. J. L TOTViJILViD. Tvt L OlLrlt to CI'OWN_____ 'dlTAsTcTsHSIVER CO. HETITL Blii! WAS JfCT TUEHB. I fit, cfcts i Ud knoKB, j 1 1 imlly Jill JO (.11 U'l' t lu'ltt' ''lit w n rot Iltf .n tt UrnnU is   It- it fhecV, so fjit1 LiiKiti ilitil furm of Cirtsi is uct ilien1 .No mrrc !ier aSI'tr I licnnl t-nunds oi suectncis to tht sir, I-ititrj snUn'i'l pentlrnoul I rii- od t'li- crt-s tint cotilj The liylii oi jor licaits tint ir Hir fju: lijlii Imli !lid Sin. w. iiiut Unn.1 I hia-d f, n; 8hf lo-lJ. To 'nn T] U -iciu 1 'ou jiiu Ji fur jrritt to i-nr: Tic.i muje iiiemr. tlir e of SHEMirALS, LJ OILS, LA'-iFSaail LV.V.11 raU-GMEr.i-, nndTA.NCV TOILET AH? !CLr 5 Corner of Ujiltlmore Me-lui..c stietta June a, jTMEl MTbanZy orn SIDE OF WILLS' CKlItiC, .Vo cr t'cji. tic free the r tl 1 1 n.ch. tint iret i.u fir: CM I'u: A. njic sceui. hr.tlfj'Kn t sac -.vs. not tlimt d irk STf --crcs, n Lcn tho1" "Lo tluni the pood tht' t'mi j ilio I7.ii tiui I! it fur ret-cn louj: the ilciJ, un 'inrldlv e'lirc -jli c Kll :IL cr I'.tiJ, Slit rmc v la tlnre! Colcicn Thoughts. Hcnt a funnies for vour foe so ho! MD tV PmJl not rcfnrd.il when they f" b'uii-v AH1IIE This lovely fong. admired tbu world over for the bctuliful simplicity of tbc words, its easy, flowing and expressive metre. late- ly received an additional impetus to popular- ity by the following incident paid lo have oc- curred in ihb Stale: A unall ulect company had assembLd hi a pleasant were glily (.lulling and laughing, when a tall young man enter- ed, vvhoae peculiar face and air instantly ar- rcsicd attention. lie was very pale, with that clour, vivid eoniplux'.on, which dark- haired coii'-uinptiv es so often have. His lock-! were at blael: as jet, and hung profusely upon a. square white collar. His eyes were large aul spiiitu-il, and his brow such none as a poet should have. 15ut for a certain wandering look, a casuil observer would have pronounced him ,1 man of uncommon intellectual pow ers. The words, "poor fel- and "bow sad be looks." went the rounds as he came forward, bowed to the coinpiny, and took his se.ii. One cr two thoughtless girl- liuglud as they whispered that be vras "love the rut treated him with rcspeelful deference. It HJS late in the evening; one wing nfte'r another was snug; aud at last one was named At il? mention the young man grew deadlv pale but did not (-pule, lie seemed to be initially lo-.t in reverie. "The name of the gii I who treili d him win ner- X17ILHAM DKVKO.MUX. ATTOHirBY AT LAW, v.O V.'cst 'iilf iili i-irc'. in Hie linr Tk.i GTH av UiUrt of thu 1 tit. 1 ID H, IBJj LOUIS Barbar and Hair Dresser. TSVITES oil >ho 11 ed ICM in li sin c lu e-iil Jl it OT tfr'iiiHi' 4s re t liulr 1 1 rantr store. Jic.u.n Jj 131.5 ]v. M, JI. KKA11XUY, __ VW 3a.oloran.3-o Ozr. Dealer in WI.VE.-J, MQirnns.TEvfe, PROVISIONS nsu. CHEESK, TOIlAitO, CIC. CEDAR WAUL, 'tc A hive tf-oe'i cf flialc- OI.U WIH-KV. strw'Sj npjioailc A. M. L. Ilu.a's ToJi'u.- i-oS'.orr, Cuiulicrlmd, .MJ. Mar lo. Injl. pun, great men liemblu when the lion j W it mij en n nlw.ni doubted with a thread-Lire Ci-.it Xo out' to question tl e coin of tin- rieli mill, but a roor devil eiti t off eit'icr a joke or a guinea, WitWitils being examined on bjth iide-> Learn to hold lay tongr.i1. Five cs-'t Xjcbariis IIov, 70 great point tola ga> in d in order to tccure U to c'cjpc from thought, e-pecially from iliii-r- :ijr, tei.icious, imperious thought, ubiih in ing to a new oh! I viMi he nouM stag it; noLody el-c eoiiid do if jus- tice.'1 'OTo one cKo dares "-ing Annie Lamie before you Charles." -.aid an elderly ladv, "would it be too much to a4. vou to favor tho company with UV atUcd timidly. lie did not reply fiir a lips quivered a little, and'thcn looking up, as if he siw a spiritual presence, he began Kvrry pound was se-me'd as if his voice were the voiee of an nngel. Tl.c tours vibrated tbrougli nerve and pulau and made one shiver with the pathoi nf his feel- ing; never was .hcnrir melody m human aio-t cvis of possession of voi-c like plaintive, to soulful__so t'le tnii.d I always eSe'ct by the fol- tender and litnjjli Iming turn my eye 1 all- fir to lig'it or li.fl, or upHards or I on without piin, and then cnniiucnee rolling them sloivlv, vrilli that divergence from a direit line of around their and loiitinue doing UEMJIHUK in Slices. rays, Mi ICntg's 3 c'urj Jl lUimort bfttt. .Maiimtiiturfr of run '1 In, fqpjicr, aai! in Uinhrarc, Oillrry, ctct, laKruaen old iura.r Baltimore ninl He- cr'll'J llirtc within .______________________[ if mm The imnifdi efiw-t of th'is diiTers from that of anj other that I hive ever herd to pioctire sleep It! not iiienh dheits thought into a ncn chan- ml. bill aeti'illy suspend1) it. ?.nce I le- c.iiiij -iTare cf thi-. I hue cndcavered, in- numerable ttliilj thin t oiling ray eves, to t'liiiK up in a parlieular nnd even i upia tint uhiih bef.i'e Lept mo atvoke. but I I c mid not I A-_bng trcrumoving around, tnr I mind was bland. If anv one doubt this, let him tiv the experiment for himself. 1 wwh he vvouid; let him piu'e jit-t here and make it. I vuitme ta a'Mtic him tint, if IVil.-r l.i SiatbniT} ami Faiirj Gostls, L'ndtr lire II iii, Hi'liimorc roi N lsTSIE Oi' IKE I lie uiases it in gold fjii Rcaily-midc tbl'iiiir. 8UJI.TS, n Hillinjoririitrcet the 1'ost-ojfir-. OA.ML. A .v D U 0 T II t i: UiUimorc ttrtc', nev tli2 V iblic 4 P. S Hiitijin> "i Storj ll'.t .'.'.r .-t Carpeting ftc.( Itilto. street. KELKX15ECK Dtl'.crs In Clicks, IVatilics, JcwcJry, SJlrcr ana PtiATblJ WARn, etc., door to I'ost-OlKcc, llnlttinore street. SA'MUEL IIYAM5' Hestaurant and Saloon, OYSTERS, nadllEFRESHJIESl a always on liand. block, liiUiinoro street. t. SUCK, Up'johtcrcr ani Paper Hanscrj And paler ia '.Will Paper. Blinds, Cartalnc, etc., ote. itrtet, a ftw doaa Put. Qffict. TJLLIAM BLAKH. MEECHAJTI1 TAILOE, 1 Aad Dealer ta UASS CAPS, SOlDItRS ARCOCTRSMEXTS, OSXTS1 ttmjtlSKIXO GOODS. Iba I or for eae'i of tlifin, while the I i-i in will idd very little ti> his malr'i Smh leinciti elTecl, we cannot vrouJcr tii it it -houl 1 brmj sleep to ii nervous Mid wakeful man at night. The I philo-ophy of she matter is very A of to the mind whit I a of travt 1 or labor is a wcirv [body. the Insury of rest, the strain iipun it? ficullics ;s removed; it fills asleep r iliy the farmer in his chair after toiling nil day in his Gelds. Bt.ncs birds aro cither daily or nightly cmplcijcd iu seeking their food, and tome being at times more fortunate than others, nndonbtc.il v tell their to their own fraternity. I have frequently observed three or four small birds in a ncnly sown field of evidently local in a fowdnys their numbers would "be incrciied by hundreds of strangers from a distance. If one solitary jackdaw discovers your cherry tree, he will most introduce all his to the fruit. A rook will also, ia some inyjtflriom influence I a large Doek to share with him in your yard, potatoes or corn, when licence discovers the desired treasure. The alarm-note of tho parent will instantly silence the chirping of j hrr young; and tha HAKSESS MAKER, i 'Coll -vtbtn high up in tho air, nnd tno distant to bs signal danger to thnsa upon tbc ground unconsswus of the stealthy approach of the'enemy." 'II 'is id tha cyq and. not io tho-nostriK that Ibey ore their tafotyjjn lie sit with hit head thrown his eyed half closed the locks of hi- darK bur ghs'Miing ngaintt his pale temples his hands tightly folded before him; and he through the following stanzas he seem- ed M ihAo from head to foot nilb renJing emotion: nrt lonnv. nH In ii h. (I'ti A nnir I..nn GHV me It r pinnule tri tug her proinisc true, Ami 11 'tr forget mil J, }Iut for ttonnv AnrJc Launo 1 d HT 'nc down ind d't. He- :s lilit the snow drift, IKr isliUc thu sunn, irr the futut T'I it tV" the vuii vhoun on 1 h it t'tr tlic sun thown on, And ii irk Mac litr c c, And for bnnm I'd lav miduun ind d t. Liki I'M dot; on poiinn I'INR N o' her Inn fctt, l.lk.- (lie iiunmcr -lulling 1'crTdii.c if "nil sn-ctt litr n low nrd sueet, And stas n' UK-, AndTi-r 1 luric IM inidmvn ind d e. As be proceeded from line to line, and to verse, there vvia no more jibing a- nnng the company all was bushed as if by the filencc of death. 3Inily a lip trembled. atiJ but fen- eyes but were tret with tears of "ponlancoiK pity and cnmpiE.-itin. When lini-ihing the last vcrsii he nndc a 'light pause, sazcd with a bmg- about tberoom, forth And for lionnr I >1 Iij mr dunn and die. and "lowly dropping hiahcnd ward over the chair. The bhek Iocl-4 scorned lo grow bhclu-r, the white temples whitrr, and the white, lustrous eyes, vo ilobe with "CharlesI Charte dine a a thrill of, horror aud T.'icrc was a long and One glanced at another all teemed awe till the lady who had urged him to ship laid her hand gently upon his saying: Then crept- thro" every the psor, tired heart had to beat. Cbarlec the laic- Utnitjrd, was rfcin'. A rwcMi of w-w in company onco where tbc convention turned upon course which one of the "pirty had'listened 10 that morning, and tba remark wan made by one that tho minister bad lately "raarricd his fifth wife." subject of'the asked nne of the party. "It ras nn he( tried to show that as Qod had given us so many opportunities fur happiness, it was our duly to be Iiappy." "Probably itlnt is why he has married so many limes; ho -doubtless considers matrimony a nicaus of our friend, "if he I'o is linlv ft ftif i Mr COQUETHY AND HETEIBUTION. Tnu bouth blew gently through the branches of the stately old elm and pine tree in tho beautiful park JnJpe Ati- Lurn, whosti mansion vvas situated on the outsb'rls of a beautiful 'village iu the ens- torn part of On that calm. watui evening might have been seen seated in the little summer house in the above men- tinned park, "with a volume of Tenny-on'a poema hi her lap, beautiful Viola Auburn, Judge Auburn's niece an 1 the belle and co- quette of the village. She was in ducji rov- uric. I fear my pen would fail me if I were to attempt, to give to my readers a descrip- tion of her as shi1 appeared in her evening wrapper. Sufiicc io "ay t! at her jet black hair, which fell in long curls around her shoulders, her fairy-li'.e form and her ivl-i- uiiig H.ija had wrought fw her countless Among the most ardent of wcruEugeuu Harry tou. Viola was started from the reverie in- to which ehe had fallen by a rustling of tbc butbci on the out-ide, and the nctt iiiomcnt she was face tofaecwith a young Lieutenant Kugctio Montour. 'Il.'ood tiening he said, taking her proffered hand, "lluvr is my little j one V "Vcrv well, I thank jott. Why Jtr. Moutour, vou leak like the hero many tattles already, -vith tbo-i- regimentals on.'1 "Xo flattery, darling.'1 "Indeed it is not (littery in the least.'1 A feu more remar'ts were made when IZugeiie scaled himself by her side, and taking her h mil in his, he said "Viola, the train vrhieh will carry me to my rogit'icnt a few miles below will be due in a fesr tuiauto, therefore, wh.it I v.ish to bs said iu a few words. Our rcc- iment leivei. lo-moirow for Washington, and 1 could not go asr.iy and leave vou without onco more nsLing you to be my v.ife. 1 have already asked you tviicc, but I v.ill venture it the thin? time. You little droam how- dear you are to me, and v.lnt a great pleasure it irill be tt) me to I.HOIV, while on tie Lattle-ficM, tint when t return it will be to claim vou on my bndc." He ]iati-ed. Uu tint tlie about to nicak, b it he iutonujited btr taking "1 fearyour answer. If vou love me as I luve you, you will not blast my future happiness." Viol i and f.icing him, said "Will. ollr. I innj as well he frank with von. I do lovo you, but I am engaged lo another." llott thosa words grated on the brave voung lieulen-int'-, ears; and juntas ha wns going to ask who was bis rival, a third pirij appeared in the scone. It was Harry Worthingtoii. "I hnpe 1 do net intrude." "Oh I not in the least. On the contrary, we are glad to shehaid, advancing and tal.ing bis profferi.il hand. The two gentlemen were Ihcn introduced to cieh other, and after a few remarks wen! m-.de about the evening, the war, and a few other subject'-, Motituor willed bis cotnpiinons1 a good night, left thorn with a sad heart and douneM-st spirit, and wen- ded his way tn the '.illage depot, there to get nn buard the traiti tliat vrould cnrry him to hi-, regiment; but what wns his Mtrprise to find tint tho only oiiiipiuti of the train were a few of hN oHieuri, who infor- med him that HIM train was to cirrv their rcginient southward. Q'he ne'it day found our hero in Washington awaiting further I.ct return lo our heroine, whom we left in company with. Harry Worlhington. "Viola" .said be, after they had conver- ted for t-omv time, "tell me what Mr. 3Ion- tour is to jouV" the, with a laugh and a coquettish to-3 of the head, are be- trothed lo each other "Viola, I had long hoped to win your Inve and some ihy call you my own. 1 Inve long loved and now tlut I I.UOVT yon can be no more lo uie, the world will be dark nt beat. MUa Auburn, I hope you will allow me lu ire you liomct as the eve- ning H gtfltinir fjuitc d irl: "No; I than'; }o-t. i do not wish lo put you to that triuch .trouble, bud I to be out after d irk by in} si-lf.'.' "Thcu I will liavo to bid you good eve- ning, for I hive an rnpagcmoEfthat innet be he and talcing her Two more lovers struck'from my lung list, jel it ia still long cnotsgti. IVhjrTII h ITC a dozen oflcrfc yet before the' month is oul! Hut what do I care I can tcli them all the nrue tale I liavo told to-night. And lliL-u to fee them wince, ns though a shell had exploded at their feet. Oh it is so "dramatical! But still in the long list of my admirers, I believe that Uugenc Jloutour re- ceivei the larger portion of my aDeetions, and, if tho truth were known, 1 believe I luve him, aud I almost with 1 had accepted of hib offer instead of telling him I was en- gaged. Hut ttill it is not too late.' AVheu he conies home from Ihc war I will lei! him lion I deceived him, aud then I will set mj cap for him iu e truest." So saying, the flirted out of her retreat aud started fur home. In (he garde-li she met her uncle. "Ah! you little trniul! I vras gelling nlarmtd at jour abaiuce, and was coming to hunt "Oh! nev er fear me uncle. I have been having a f.pleudid time with my lovers, jou know, mule." "Vcs, I he said, ag he returned to bis library, while Viola passed on to her bed-cbauibcr, thero to dream of her many- lovers. The following morning, as Judge Auburn was perusing the columns of the vilhge newtpiper, bia eye caught sight of a para- graph lie ided and nt the same moment ho heard A'iula's merry laugh in the garden. Calling her unto hiui, he "Listen to this: L isl night about ton o'eloel; the dev! LoJy of IJarry ton was found in the outskirts of the village. He w as shot through the. heart. A pistol was found on bis person, so that it is sup- posed he caue to his death by committing suicide." Tha horror which was depicted on Viola's face on hearing this can better be imagined than described. eaa t'je of this be'." asked her uncle. "Tideed, I cannot tell. Why, it wna only last evening T tnv Mr. AYorlbingUiu in very good rpiriLs." more was then said on Oie subject Hath were too busy with their own thoughts on the tad occurrence to give uttcr-iucc to speech, and Viola soon retired to her own room, there lo "givo way to grief In a flood of tcirs, for well the knew what was the cauceof Harry Worthington's dc ith Eut, after the shock was over, she seemed to I ij very little atti-ution to the o.eurrenee, anl was toon busy carrying on her old trick1! of coquetry. V A dicLiful battle bad been fought, and the ppers luutaiued long lists of Ihc killed and wounded; aud, one evening, as Viola was looking ot cr one of lists, her eye eaught the name of "Lieut. Kugcno Moti- lonr, killed.'' One shriek was all that es- cape J fron her lips and her uncle, on rush- iiij i'llo the room, found her iu n state of in--em'.bii ty. llccarr'cd her to her room. A physician was summoned, who pronounced her in a very critical condition After dajs and weeks of delirium followed, and the on- ly utterance, to which she gave vent "Ijiigcnc, Eugene', how t loved and tru- ly wronged She finally recovered; but all of her co- que'llUh ways Imvc left her, and she refuses to iceeive the attention of any of her Int'- adm'rcrs. She says that her love buried in the grave of I'ligeno Montour, whoiiiihe so truly wronged, and aim has never frc- iiucntcd tint summer house J-ince the night she refused to acccplof the oiTcrof the only man she ever loved. "I hope we part as Air. Worth- i ij'l'cs, as friends; hut i haiLgdno, 'jlaithtuk.lbat r.vvould'bind'my- telf lo Noliiidecd. When I wnnt i I'll knw. cdncntoa man.is to un- fold his faculties lo give him the free and full Uie of bis and especially his. best powers.- It is first to train the intel- lect, lo give him a love of truth, aud lo.in- struct him in the process by which it may be acquired. It is to train htm lo roundness of judgment, lo leach him lo weigh ovidcnic and to guard against the common sources of error. It h lu give him n thirst for knowl- edge, which will keep his faculties in'action through life. It is .lo aid him in tb'e study of the outward worldj to initiate him into the phj sciences, so that be will under- stand the principles of his trade or business, and will be able to comprehend the phcno; mena which'are continually passing' before hisejcs.- Ilia to make-him-acquainted with his own nature, to give him that most important improve, honsiun. ".i trn.ible. that of: in" jcldnm tbev get in- A Novel but __AVe learn dial a vS being formed in New York', Wasbingtojiantl Baltimore, fur the establishment of snzOTOr- lind Camel Line between" frontier and thj Str.te of waV cf Nebraska, Kansas and .Colorado. eastern .terminus will probably to which steam transportation on thVMis- r souri ib usuidly open, and which is tbVesst- crn terminus, also, of the great 1'acifio Ilnilirjy, no'.r being built vrestwardly from that place. i The of the use of tlie 
                            

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