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Alleganian (Newspaper) - March 22, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland i.c YO it tuntrnor "is L.ic :.r: vv :-j v: H i: r 111 _, Sb-j rf-.UL-'O vj j Office .on -Mechanic Street, -near ,tho. National House. 'TKUJIS SUUSCnU'TIOK aMy in lul [vriod tlinli six i! BY JUltt ti.-U'illTTIKlC'- ixf rear, iiiTariaMy in lulvanixv a 'I Jinlire i'f the Circuit linn. JAS. SMITH. the Circuit HOICACE IIESI.KY. URO1 11UOVEU. HASH. T. GAKMTZ. KtMe'J UKIJ. A. TIIItt-STONV CI1I3HOLM, Jn. the Oriilum's i J. it. ii. CAMPBELL, DOUGLAS I'KltUY, A. 31. t. J1CSII. 'Ami Imtn'it And. in n lim- mid lore's lirvailutl u prs laindit pro.'ttl, Tli 1'uMiHl Hum on lier i-wt'llinj: nillt the U IiM. Esnl. KLUA1I fUlKMi, JOHN I'.KI.L. j. H. J.-L. .TttsCuUednr-Us. L. TOWX3IIKXD. ClliU to JACOIMIliUM X CM AS. C. SHRIVER CO. WIIOI.KS.YLK i IIETA11. r DKALEKS' IX DttUGS, C1IKMICAT.55, TAINTS, -OILS, LAMPS ami LAMP I'KKFUMEHV. uiil FANCY TOILET AUTirLES. Giriii-r nf Unltiiiiurc mill Mechanic straits. Juiiu v.. "-JAMES M. swi: OF 'CHEEK, 1 MD.- WHiUAM DKVECMOX, ATTORNEY AT LAW, siiU-iif rrcck, in tire itiwras knmrn m llie Ullire of OK laic Thuuias Ucvcccica January II. _ ir. LK'VKVKK co., DRUGGISTS CHEMISTS, On liaium'it, bcttetai f.iifrly .j- -Centre S'.mlt. i i M o. 'Upliofeiercr'aiid Paper Hanger, c. i 'Ami DtnliT "in Wall Blinds, Curtains, etc., etc. Ikilto.'street, n fcw iluors above Post- OlIUc. 1 -OTTlxo3.oein.Xo CSrx-ooor-, Dralcrin Liquons, TEAS, i-nqvisioS's, nsii; ruiucco, UIUAKS, AC. IfctUimVire 'opposite A, JI. L. Hush's Toliac- I-IP Unmlicrluml, Mil. Jliiy 18H4.. Dculuri In Hardwarc} Iron, Steel, Cutlery, etc., nlil stanil, coiner Baltimore mill Me- ftiiiuu' pcalor in Shoes, rtc., nig's 3 Storv lilnVfc, Jtolliinon-'stmt. W11.LUOI _ Till, Copper, .and Slicrt-Iroji Ware i-uuks' 'llie recl. 11A .'ii i Books, StaUniicry and Fancy GaaAs, ITniU-r ItvlridciT Hull, A iitl fnun her Ami tlmvlni: u IKIIV rtinl snowy steps i-arth'tliil Like u swirl sort nml Aiul dim from anil.wiiriii, Liki n tfjiirit fre-h from Mimx-ii, t Slit- tluit niut furni AnJ bmuljlv IIRIVCI! lu Ly Oil. Oo-l! If sunb us puns NtT'I Jiiilr Inuu Thy If slie her I-eiulctl i llur holiest ;ind jnirra tinny-- i .Sht1, .witli n Huvso cti'iir itinl ilma her ROIHI- stniy vhiM ut ITslit-; wtlli save her; but she herself knew, that "shu. could ami MI Ac threw-herfulf on her mck, determined to exert_hur_8olc power to it." utmost.'' A young shipwright heaving what had ItappiMiad, and being a strong swim-, er, dti-.vti to the Iwac'i, .stripped, and liugan to swim after her. After swimming upwards of :i mile, ho came near IILT, liut buforu tuuching her, lie asked bur if she had presence of mind to do precisely what he told her to do, ami proiuisu'd that, on that condition, he would tosavu She gave her priuuisL1, nnd t.'iu earpenter choc to'. huT, to place her hands upon his hips, which she did.; and then swam back with her to the. lioth these jieople lind their wits about I and were buth saved The Mirniinghaiii AnVy records nn iiiftance of coulncss cciually happy, thoiigh different in circumstances. A canal'boat at. Wulverhamptoii was capstiLul having in tba cabiil the captain's wife and three children. To all. their; .death was certain, when a boat builder, KCC-- "ing and leaped on thc.buttotii thu at the same tin.c sending 'a'friend for his axe., As soon ns he got placed hi-? car close to the and the 'wo- ntcii and children tot lo work to through tin: timbers of and in tun niintilcs niade an opening- through which tiny hand immediately grasped Uiu timbers.. As increased iir size, more hands were hold up, till at hist the hole was to. ji-Jmit tha c- seem to .bestow, more troubluand pains upon the a ,Oue or two instances which have lately come to my notice willac- piiint for. tlic charge broughl'agaitmt thu lunlij'.uf' cruaiionj hut billy, s-otne, 'of thcni, for others, milling mi one good enough, end by remaining old bachelors, and it is best they should, for mrn'iiftlialMrt would Intve worried angels, had they happened loiuarrv' them. .One friend of mine eanm tit me tie time', ago, and told inu he wals going back lo. Jmliu in :three "and described with great feeling life th'er'ojit station, niivcrsmng an Ku'ropcan for weeks at a time. 1; re- member, "taking off my vip-.- ing them, 'ami leiftirely putting'.them into' the caso, before I could.ijiiitu iii.aku up my. mind to say. .what I wanted.. don't 'i "Jly doar'old what I am thinking Slid he.'" "Well, .you see, grouse! slinoting'bcgins. ucwct week; of COUI-SK I can't miss that; anil, in three'months T Hut I tell you what I have liuuti thinking you cut'tld Jo for would you mipd giving a and asking a few :n..i dear you shock I rs-, wan, iiuver.used to things of- that. fiiirt in youth." but T assure you. it is not henrof her moving; :thoughi gouty foot.was! obliged'to be'placed on the'.oppo- site' sfcitj'ihcre was'only jnst room for tbciii. The lady .sal by the old gentleman, and (lie opposite to Tho lady was very pretty, and seemed so.sprry and fyinpatluz- ing, whenever a twinge of tlic gout forced a tho'old1 began' 'to'take some notice of her, and' .her'- I'aluiaynivabsorbed .iii his them entirely to Ihcni- and ere thuy .had reached il'urk.they were quite-gooil -It. thaUhc.young was to spend thc'niglit :it York; slid a- gentleman told her she had to (he same hold as'they and. his servant should look after her things, for evidently JJidmayjiu did. .to take, i 'tho smallest inplieo- of seeing his wm'B; want of perhaps, maiiu the; gooil oldlgeutlcmaii i-till-the'more' -Jfcit1 morning1 they again ?cl onion'their ''northernJourney all togcthqr, as lady sueiileil.quite jo belong.to them ascertained that t-hu'twas go- ing down toji a'few miles of his" own old-man- promised lie would sec her safu to the.cnd oMicr which.was rather a long she travell- ing delicate health; aiid owing to his old.gciitlcmaii did thoeaiiib; thej- remained together 'ways strollto thorCiiptain's Lungaluirnud nt sister's kept np'a dc'rice little oitVsistcr his, and asjhb .of.'.her, atid read her letters to" the spirited young chaplain; it is no wonder if at last this youtig umn- begin to wish she would write to He iiad'secti her''picture; her brother had :it painted jnst before lip Icfl .Kiigland, and it iiutte prctly enough to'itiakc. a roiiiaiitie yoiing'iiiau: wiih' nothing to do, faiiey himscif in love with it; so after a little lie went Caplnin and proposed k'Kdnslyi for bis bister only' thu lady must put her pride in her pock- ct, nml consent to'comu out 'to'1 him'as'ho could not get leave; bcKidcs Ute es now; there's .Jones and Wig Iplh. married1 iii' that; the whole way r.. :'Wlicii re leaving, the'railway for. the railway for. the if thuy were inmiths at it." Ho I. gave my party, for my young-fnend was a great favorite. He wotild'iiot 1st'me intriiduce 'htitt 'to any'one, but looked, on, making hiinselfgnncrjlly agreeable; and ask- friends In, him, nut "me; l" of jioth have k-en as :fortuniitc as j Uie father, desiring the lady; to rcmuiti [where '-was iii itho'waitiiig-'rnbm.'UIMiCihad funnd her a and had her liiggage put on ill Shcplipycd tiweet sniila.'.i but-looked micomiuouly Imaynu also -looked nervous, which vraS He followed hiirfathcr, who was look- for a fly for his pretty protege? iy wifrd; as: nice a-girl'as ever: I l'tliink: hi) watMifraid I slinuld look sly.'' Unf! townnls the end of ihe'cyciiing he caiiio and [that is ..always, my. naiiio with, yoaiip; "who :is tliat'with the pink dress oh, with her back lowarils T; "is ?IissMnniu Brown; very nice girl too.1', my wife; t like he. And latiro enough, he; married Ii-itlt'.'jailed '-for India tor gcllicri" hear 'from them, and 'no-- Uiing.ciin have, turned out.lictter hasty iiKirriuge.' if. i tliorcVytinnj t never thought he wottUl havedono sii'Wull us he hits, after thai impni'lutit, hurried tiiarriage of hi.-i, heir to so liut it's all right now, anil .I'lldcil.-you how it came to You must hadn't tnuch to." do in, ,wa9 up with hifi. fiither, who. was he -ufutl to speiul a looking iitit of dining-room w-indo HEW late'session of Con- initlii to (lie Ilia enrolling calling Embraces 'an abstract of ,'tlic i" itifc'W ..The Ja'if'prbvTde.s'that '.shall Jiero- nfter assignwl.acedrdlng. 'to'lwirnllinenlB any' period pre'vioiialb 'drawing of the naincf, and- witliout'tiegard ltd previous however, ..'that this provJHipu. has nii rfwr jrTEM Ol Ct All tlici scrvicfljaro juiiruiiyjoKpgland and bai-Ib-would..us more thnn thia jjencler utiaiioos.could 'So Ayillittins' wrote the letter and iii dno answer chiiic that'his''sister IMS carefully credited toMi or preeiuot rosfdf. jTliu.u lo prevent miscelJauqfluSyaud uuaji- thorized. recruiting and Bcc'urejfair'and. just prb- yidikl' thiitin credits' shall not be given escdpt for men ac- wouW.uniuc and consv'ul to ba thu of s tho This. was written by the: cider jistcr; i.liut. of, tiicih tlionglit nnjtbing pftha't, ail-very IT the ului't was Bhy.'aiid' 'hail (luniited her to write...' tinie after that tlie regimeiit niight Hjoti be osjicclcd to move. furt'licr Irom'Hoinhay and: leave-' would then be-stni'iiioriJ difTieiilt, aiid (lie gtr aud iHore'uipciiiiyel. jSyabuut tlie tjiiie expected, oiirtiyi) friends so wpu to .wutulied oil neariug'., of- tha'xtcnuior'nud how.ni.'ryoUsly thuy watch-' reil till the passengora as.lh'ey .appeared. A-' sigh' of 'iliMippoiiitiiicnt'; wits 'riaing 'to llie the see was startled.by a horror-struck.-: exclamation of his "My tiiiiii ulil g'lMitlemim. f'ltrallyTin sight of her. would criiiveii us ut wouldn't slie 'Ualinaylic1 was as Vliito as a t-liucl; arid euiild hartlly ;At last, .however; iiiid at the' ftime tnanicht; an' dderlj- 'fenialo led at the noor Cantiiih! atid' fulded Iiiur tually, furniglied.pn pu t call 'and mustered into the imHtaryj! service. credits 'shall'' be ine'n'furiushcd by Ihem' and' noti'-hfcrctoforc credited during .rebellion, vJbr any; period- tifnervice of not-Uai. than iiidntliVi calculatiiig the number for service ij'as.'fur'nishbd andTcdue- in'g thc'sanie-to'yearsj'' jiroTided Hliat credits shall .Tiot'bc applied 'toithaiicall-; fur additional by the President ,pn the following se'ctioii '-will benlutcfestang -was ridded dtiringithe-last UoaraioE-.Uib.'Ees- r.'JScoilC, .Andibe.i persona.who'havo "dfiuled'itnde'cthV.prjDvisions'or, ttib' several acts to amen3rnbritTftSrtliB year.'nnd'wlio ha'fo actnally.'fnr- nished or. iiuayilactually rushed at the poor.Captuiii. aiidj Tt iu.n sisterly 'of: three shall bo exempt from. duty during the titnelfdr'whicli'Bucn' substi- tute shall not be liable to draft-not exceeding- the time for, which such substitute BhaHhaycf into Ihe the'aqt of February hundred'and siity-fouri'to'lhe'cohtrarjnot- Under the ruling of tho JYar JJopartmiiut: '-a a but the; IriJc-es'pcctaiitii glancing at.-his gr'css nf the baby U-n iiionjhs uM. In twon- lose, her unless you like, "'''Now; nowi'yotinggcntletrinn, what do yon his" fiithcrl bristling upl "I'uiea'n'thatehcs.inySvife'" gasped out the unfortunateJJalniaytiu.. said tjjc old gentleman, turn- ing as-'ptirjilc ns-a tnrkcy-cock; "who cotild Toulnipmlehtyounirras- (it seemed iloubtful whctliur the anger at being .Ukcnin, or.thp as ill of tlio gotii; fio Vcal'plc.iWire'ial'his fonViinknnwn wife bc-; tlraLilcal than he had expected, and could' gaiii' however, as his fiilhiir-has cue of-'those hoitscsili 1'ic- his natural gopil-hutuor triumphed, and his illy, nut :'1 lrcafonl'd of led him backiUVtbe littlp he good go by in TS, Dlt-UViniH, ITC., slm-t, npiiosltc 'ihc. I'os SAHUKh llBr i TAILOU, A xi) -ui-oT-ii i i ItAllimMT. street, rear llm I'ubb'c Dry 1' "t'Kilcr-iii Xotlons, Carpeting, Watches, .JpwcSry, Silver r.i i'LATHD, tic., .Xoi'trioor to I'ujt-dnicc, llnlUniorc .ttrcc.t. iAnd Dealer in .-.-jr. HXTS si'i'" C.KSTS' ty minnti's from the occurring of the dent, children and'tmilhcr wcr The proceft! of was no' one thought of U except the had his wits about jtujif.r. the dny.i 115 of the aeci- im'ruiug ere all a "nM: '.and as he was'at'liis a- tfill you ild. sniile and make others happy, or be crabbed and make- everybody around you miserable? .You catr Ike among beautiful flowers-and. tinging or in the liiire, surrounded '-by fogs' and frogs The atnonnt of you. cr.n produce will show, ,n smiting'fiicsV a' kitnl'lunrf, ami ppc.-u't pleasant words. On other hand, by sour lookc, cross woi'Js and a fretful dispo- sition, you can''make .h.midrc'ds 'unhappy, nlmnsCbeyoud you cntiiitcnancc', let joy where WMH the poor1 young wifc.'-morc duad thnii alive witlrfright.'not knowing libw her liu'sbaiid's riise .would 'succeed; S'olliing better.' The old gciir i _'_i a pelt: .and as he was'at'liis he'saw a- .couia, be uettcr... J lie out gcu- prclty'i' girl littt rpail-frinti' the (..Ik-man vnibraccdJicr.wUti real parental af-. .-Iraigiit to: thii.ahelter.of.ilii! "and .om! cariargc took them all _to -JlsKnig's New iii your eye, and love gloiv on your I'ml-OBfc. is nf) joy that which springJ from a kind act ora pleasant you may fed it at nighl whciiyou bhitt'nn CnUihiorc rest, and al inuriiing you riso, and igh the day whon ahout'ypur busineis. which wnfvovur tho frtinUdoor nf his father's She had no to lend her otic.; He pni jtisl'aiif lie was going walk him.tslf, .aiid.piiuncd tho really was very pretty, and vnry i-otnc in .to bi? die: was in a hurry to bo honii'j the ofler-j cd umbrella carried it fur her hinisclf.i Sho-tt'asa girl if ,1 good family, but very that evil worjp'thaii the cyps people. to niake along married her bcforo.-.thc tcafoti; was andiinore than' told his fa-' liter that' cticlr iiiicnlijin; '''This brought on aniitlicf fit of thi; gifiii; h'tjil the j1 ".i i 1 i '.'cv-Bostnurant ancl Saloon, Blo ivuv wloias paid iSTo' stnvl. attention to Email al- ways watches with much interest the ingrejs tti'i't-'fir I' nml cnircM of hud WIVPS In and from f. i, i, 'north of Ualtitnoro. tho. d.n.ng-rooms I raid she, wivcR enter and.dnpnrt Harness, etc., ft advance of their husbands', lie eiiro Earler an the Cwnt Jutiiuirr his shooliug-boxj'aiid from' that day to this, father has'ncyijr'.cciiwd to '-bless tliu, diiy .wltcii his HJii gave him f uch a datigh- iHefore I've .have just lull you olio-more; ivhiiih'don't lurn out so well. Oaptmn forget of wlibt reg- one of the small -Jit many from .any. large, town-..; A few. others the chaplain of thoreg- Any one" who'has been'ipiarlcrcd .'anyvrliere iibrwid'tiiidcr tliese'x'ircunjitance.s people get with'eaclt other: After a Willtanis and the voting chaplain in'icil to read over their ,J tilt over absc'ni eoinpanion.-i'hechaplain looked.at her and then at his Some say his hair turn- ed white then.and it did some months after. ''_''.'. Well you know J. said he was' a' namby- pamby sort of a.fellow; so instead of rtaying -This is not tho article 1 sint and ship3 ping, nlf the lady by, tlic next. steamer, he ijiiietly'accepted his'fleatiiiy. 'Hut either il was" too much' for. or the elimalcdid not agree spiiiehpw p'rolhcr iii a year he diral.leayingfa strong, licarty.wid- rctunied i next) mail: to, Jinglandj. ;of. atid dear husband, and hail jccn-in This'is'also I'nni sorry to say a tntcMorji aiid'pftcn liiyo I'b'ccn .vdrjy sorry the his may teach .young .men 'to loofc.wull before they. liapiV India, and'i the. colo'mw'arc'filli 'If when: ijoartcrcil' at' stations, flirting.'with not sjicak lo at home, sons: would. onK'. remember, before marrying 'they bring upon'their fotid proud tnbthcrs "a'it'd would less frequently occur. i goofluebs 1 have, '.ncilhor son or brother to be anxious about. ;Ihcard of one yotttig man the'other day, who as- near j. Auv. recruiting broker, or other 'pcrspivciilistlng liftedan msario'jrorsoir'bTa'cbrivict.'flfnper- HHI under, for, felony, or pcrspii'in'aBtato of iuloxicatipn, pra_dcscrt- er.'-or B ininorbetwccn thdr'agca'of''alitecti and eighteen years; -without consent.: off his .jkircnU or guardian, pr.any.ujinpr underiir- tccn years of age knowing, such; or.any broker "or other who snail 'de- frau'd or illegally ehlistc'd man rtfliiS local, State or United boSnty gliall uptm conviction ho fined from two ahd'iiiifiRonriictil'at the ahd'iiiipfiRonriictil'at thei dJEcreti cbiirtr '-An ofiicer niustbrihg'in 'any1 person wliosc'thlirtincnt U. forVtddepT'njay lipiiorably drp.iiitssc !''i' BE1 HEtn TO .8EBTICE TDK. .1. r. Tn'cascsin which are'so 'sutititu- oa handsome IIot-: old gentlcinan vowed. ho.j.-fvr-.thearriv.il.of the.iniul ,was cv- ncver would "MM her, po.imiltorsi.wure.in tltlJi ont.fifthe Williams had two giimayreic him, and h-ave young'wifa ilialfrwny :since'tlic passage bfthis iuco'mpetentto perform' the "duties of a 'sol- dier, Ihe'pruiciparwiH'bo held '.to! service as though he had furnished lip If 'a "man1 furnishing.' a substitute 'any way encourage Iieshail.himselfbcp1aebd''inftlio'rajiks; for the period for whiclrhtf was liable .to "draft; dating from llie lime of Iho tho substitute. possible'cngageiT tciitot. What in' ihtMvqrld wmdd lite coun-, tcfs his tHe. Ladies; 'Atinciaud.Louisii have said to such a sislcr- iti-lnw! 'Anil yet they would have had her if thu'iiiarnngc'lia'd not :bpen "prevented by llie prcsctic'c ofuiind' of of jiuiiic, 3'o'uiig.brolhcr-oincer of.his'pwn..' It is "really a serious inio'tiou now thai our.- young men-arc- wiiitall ovcr.the world whan hardly otitof fchool-roi'tii discipline whether thcv ought not to irinrry; before, they gp._ 'generally. try to t-pma sbuw-ofrcosou for al that ago a niau 'can .'scarcely know his own hiihd.V'Th'cn if he waits till he, is whariscom is whari .monly ,calledtau whom 'pretty f inner "inore .li riedput, true storioiT- At tho. wliijii1' liulmiiync- nrrivcil --with "-hu Srataj'tiiar. finding as Cfi a carriage to vrasoutof the law providing for reertiiting in rebel- lious Stnles-for the ben'cBt of :thployal'StatcS is repealed: 'Any person 'enrolled in any may, after, hoticb'of a draft Vcfofe the' same' 'cause to be innstcrcd into'tb'e Service of tho Stales sticlr nnjnbcVdf TCCTn'its_not subject to draft'as'thcy'.roay'debni expedient .to of 'the 'persona thus causing them :to be mustered and .'shall be. lakeri 'as substitutes for "sucb. 'persons br'so many of them as may W draft-. :ctl to thVeztcnt of'thtf niimbdr 'of'isiich rt- :cruils'ii3 thus aforesaid are mtisldred'in'. empt from all liability to lic'draftcd tmder tho 'provisions of any'iicl for c'tfrolltlfg 'jric out the national This'act isnbw'lri effoc't. -Nothing ihcrein V t SPAPESJ
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