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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - April 12, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland                                WsY .H 3: x a' .vi 3 a v.' 311 T _ i vniWu in-> VOLUME .v K r. -vr Ins .Jtr.i r-ii) r> -BVEHY WEDNESDAY' 'MORNING iT-rr11 "i 'Offlco on Moclinuic .Street; uear th National House; "TE101S 0V IKII.I.AI1K ti No -tyht-ii fur tt jtribtl lluiii si Ooxi.sa.'ty tht Cirenlt UlL-rk of the L'in-uit HErf Ilivutcr of SintL-'.i UlllSlloI-M, Jit. "J mixes uf. tliu Uriilinn's J: it. ii. DOUOUAS.l'KKOV, A. Jl. L. UL'SII: 'Couiitr OHAW.ES nmnKt-v, KI.UAIt .I01IX 1IKI.I., J. II. STAU.IXriS. .1. I.. TOWXSHE.VD. IMmW la 1IHIWX. J3-a.aixt.oast. ZDil-octo x-y. CM AS. C. SHR'VER 6O k DKAI.KILS IX .'.cifKMicSl.S, TATXTS, 'OII-S, I.AMI'S nii.l I.AMl1 COIIPP Corner uf lUItlitiuru Jlechnnic si y. JAMK3-M. WESTSWK OF DKVKCMOX, i AT'TOENEY AT kiilt (if Wills rrech, in the llwnu kiutirn iiii'tliL'litticc'of tliu lute -Jnnunri" IL-LK'l-'KVHH ffi Oil Cmtrf anil Paper Hanjcr, Paperi.BiindSj etc. n fun- dirars almre JVrsI- Oftuv.- losrvlo Csrr-ooor, Dealer In ufjtfoits, TEAS, i-novisip.s's, i-isn, U11EE3E, .TOIIACCtJ, CIOAIU5, ,'Aoi iltiintlre tfi'jidt'tfc'A. M. Iv. lltifirs Tn'mc- ly.Stnrt1', Ciiinlifflaiiil, JliIZv May lo, 1801. Hardware, clc., Itaftimurc.alid .Mc- Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Mi'Kuig's It Slorr nnllininn1 ,ilrw_'t. WlbUA.M MOHKlTBAti- 4 SlunufiicturLT nf Tin, Copper, and Shcci-Iron' IVafp, fookj'jlHoik, niiir, tlw bridge, IIAJ.K S IH-.ikT in Books, Stationery and Fancy floods, Unilcr Ilclriilvrc Hall, Ilaltiinnrcstntti Pcfllcr in Clothing-, CottaT.s, Crarals, .SIIIIJT.S, DltAWKim, Ilnlliliiuro slrtftj the 1'cil-nfitrr. HBTDKUIKliO 'A A' I) UI.UT1I I Kit. lUUiilrort. plrfcl, near Iliu I'nliltc A: r. SITKIMIEUD; IWiilcr in Dry fioodSr'IfononSj Carprtinsr, 3 Sliirr V.lock, itillo. strrot, KELB.VJJliOlC in i and XcJt'iloor tn-PoJI-Oiriw, llullinnirc -.MERCHANT TAILOR, 'Anil Pmlcr In- nATSnArs, souiinna Sew IHnck. Hnltiinnrc J.OHN-H. w OP TIIK; PEACE, Ofllctton nnltiniore tlie'I'iiMte Pijimrc. v, "Vv SAJIUBL.nrAJlS' Eestfliir'ant and nEFRESlIM ENTS nlwnjs on lianil. 'IVnlsh'j-BIock.'niUtiinoroslnTl. v A vol. i.i irtx  iill worked in correspondence, ntrd bearing he win'atnre of finished lib ruly genteel appca'rance. ________TIKXT, "SADDLER 'and .jrAXXESS MAKER.'. Wnbntutrcct, V lew, iloora; Kept "censlantly aa and are (fiend for Kilo M thaInwaVprltM.' J-I.OUJS andllalf A Beautiful Sentiment. i meekly over ilio still have no work to do; close the reary fo shed; )3rt the dump is no more" pain o hear. Uiuftil alike fo hrvcV kind voice, ud calumny's whisper.- O, jf in that ctill Iteirt-'you lAive ntthlcss- y planted :frnm pleading ye yoirliave earelesalj tnmed away, if your kindly and cl.up-- ng hand havfl too God irgive'yott. No fromi gathers cm the mar'- lo'brow as you gaze, no econij cnrls the biesclcd of, wounded feelings lounts to the blilri veined temples. 'God forgive yon 1 for your feet, too, must irink appalled from death's. cold our faltering-tonguo this be linger lovingly, on the sunny earth; -your clammy hand feels in last feeble. fhittcr> L ranaciqua yet anclJicivviclim for .thjM'oicelcss keeping I no words of greeting'.from'tho, Warm' wekomo of' U sister's loving, lips I -No throb of pleasure fronrtlw iluar.matcrujd bo- som SilCPt Rill- _0', if 'those broken'limbs were neverghth' Ijilf .beyond death's ;flood -'DBEADFUI, PIBSiAT.SEA.'" Five 'ThcVtcilnicr General a York, brought.as passengers twenty .nine saved-. from the'Wreck of the transport steamer GeneralI.yo'ri, which loftk fire off Onjiu Ilaltoras oil themorning" of tlie 1st and wastqialiy destroyed. Thi liad on board; from five liui! andrfifty'.to sis hundred. .Tin tircnty-nino: who.arrivcd-in'-Ncw Vork arc bealltliat wore It appears froiii the staieuicnts. of'thesi men that the tiuncral Lyoii, a screw stcaine: which had formerly .been used as-a blockade runner, failed from Wilmington for 1'ortrcs. oh thu morning of ihi; .will iiearlysix liu'nllred'perso.ns on board, includ- ing the cro'vyV.' of dischargctl nud jiaroled tuldicnJ, f nm refngeea, among. -were about Iliirtj wonien arid Two.negroes were also among the refugees tori, but lln; steamer iput; into the port oi Sniithfield-fur the'night her voyage on the.'following morning. "Soon which was iblowing fronr Uic .Bouthwcst, increajct in violence, arid the vessel, which was a slow one, made1 bnt'littlc At ten o'clock 011 mornnig 'of was off Capi. JTaltcriis, jtlie'wih'd a and tea fmnuiiigi very higb.-r- Jt is buliiiycd that'tlic-.vcsscl waBabdnt siify niiles from land when an alarm '6f lire' was given, and in a few'.iiiiilules 'nftcrward the flames'broke out dt' tlie pilot- hotute and nearly in the centre of-tlio' vessel. Several of-the crew were-in the rigaing anil there wcre'vcry few persons oti'jleck at the tinie.inany of 'the iiassciigcrs being'cqnfiii- en to .their.i berths by. sickness. and -.the other id of thu yes_scl imincdiatelj' gut (lie lire punips to work, the requisite quan- hosei'th'e'veisei.'was well provided. But th'c .flames steadily ;gained .headway, mid altliDugbJthc pumps woro'-.worked with iinfliiichiiigpersc'veratice.'thu fire pooii spread over the ccnire-portion of the deck, driving crcw'nnd those' who ircro assisling'them sterni tiiid' bow vessel. TIi hatches had'.been closed in conscqucnco of the decks being so constantly' under water; but tlinse below, alarmed by the smoke which wns spreading.throngh on deck only to be driven back the flames. The frightful the w'uii.un nml children, and their piteous tupplicaliuns for help, were drowned by thu roaring of the Several of the paroled soldiers'were rich'nnd confined to their bortfis. of Uic'iu managed deck, and cliing there until xyaehcd overboard hy the waves. In'about'half an.hour after the' fire'''bmke out the 'engine, partially slopped, yesscl immediately wtllrlier broadside to the wind, the llaineH then spread- ing across tho deck. i It had now becnnn e quite evident that the ship'conld not be saved.' 'Jh'i! first' officer acted'with great and only', aban- doned (he vessel when all. hopes of saying her wore'gone; 1 The fire'ptitnpa were still kept'at work, and the flames were'1 fought back with, great Many of those below were doubtless already' .siifloca- led. The sh'ncks and m'naris 'nf "the dying came tip to thusn they could do nothing lo help ihcmln-.Iust at., thia-liiifc.d f to bo.the United I there were no'jart of r ntry iance, cnTiiig.'U) the violence .-'of the storm, and the fact'that the burning .steamer had drified ih toward the The flames were now spreading The boats were lauiichcll. "although tlicre appeared to be liitlc hope of their living in Mich a fc.i.-.': iilo. .the first; bout ten men lowered the Captain of the General.-Lyon. It is of-there-Trim escnped that the'Cop- tain'liad cftn'irolof'liimsMf, tinU war crnzcil' with fear.-'' Hardly' had tliis bojtt been loosed vessel's side than she, drifted .under the'her Eleni, was gtrtick'by the instahlly wont dnwn. Inth 'private iin'th'tf J'ork Kcgimcnt, .who was ii'Mhc boat nl the''time, states ibnt'Im'' EaW'the Captain sink." alpiiq escaped. Bocoiid boat was in tliis -twcrity-aiTcn persons i.inchiding the foiforcd' tliem- selves mid'giiccceoW-'irf fbacliiiig the'-Qc'n; Scdgttick.'.wbieh.'.wris boat louchwl the steii- lucr'seido'a wave dashed herviolcntly agalnF.t slie thr twcrily-Vcvcn'persona In ihc boat, scyco oni were "Faredi 'titt'sii .were.' the' James ,5th Virgiuia Jlcgiiuun't. tiud of tlic'.fiUili llliiioia. .1 In tile Jiu'eautinio it number of tlie men tliwnsclvih) trusting.to'a'fpar t 11__" r.i jiidnV- Sth'Oiiio Cax-alry, after working at the un- til he ivas- alninst cxhat'is'tcd.-'Kcizcil one of tlie 7doors of the gallery. and- 'sprang1 over- board. 'lie was in' the' water 'three, hours bcforc.lie was .picked up. Others wcra al- the .water, fur. silvern! hours, and many.; idoubtlejs.' sank before apsistnnce could be rendered.'1 It is supposed that'the Echiioncr, 1 .'l.n'-f- i 'did not sticceod in I When tlie Gciierai being unable, to-rcnderi. further the ill-' fated steamer was in the' fill breakers blf Cape Halteras.' SIie; lien "burned, down water'a'.cdgc, .and. every soul on board had doubtless barrels of kerosene oil in, the eiigiiie room, .and these being by, the rolling of, the vessel, full on the builer, and uf course .were ignited. 'A- barrel -.of oil was also kept 'in tho'Fanie room, and this served 1 to feed the'flames. the Ons'cf .the moil -'eiiigular nnd: eoihpliea- led of plot'ari'd count'erplut ever illu'firatoVl the. eorriiption'uf '.'tociul .life in cities, has, within a few dnya, f urnisb'cd "spicy-" thetric for. tip-town gossip; In good old .subordination 'of paFeti- tal nulhorilyi; honesty .in. matters'', o'f'ilstf lieart, and ,i'a. sound .substratuiii pbf solf-ro- spect, were deemed .the of an ..hpnoniblo ,'lifci in lhe; y'dtith' of both have long been left jbehind, "and "smartness" is now.' th'c rule.. Our young .folks nrc .learning fo -lough; at prujiricty and .promises, and tbo bcda-or the belle is picked up iiraii oiii- riibiis, or by a ball, "paradcil" awhile, -and dismissed 'pcremp- torily.wben jhe festive niocVI of tlie.nctivb': party. ,iu the i tranjactiun: with, as much coolness as would distinguish the doff- ing of soiled garments 'm'h'ot; Where purtics riru.of the. and ermally'carcjcsii, the gystcin works bcaii-l from time to lime, it occurs. that one may very othcri ai'cnstoiiicd to.'nriuty, 'docs' not bc- -virtuous; 1 Krom ono.'dosceiit to another wiu under thesBeirciimsl.iiiecs.1 One'ihbrrf- .iiig, I when lady had gone" furtli .mi wine pjcasaiit expedition whilcjho yo'nug- er> uno'rcmamedi.abi.'d, bwing-to.tliu in'ilia-. position occasioned Ly precccding her utilpclied door Vas' 'to as .not, ,hiir from., wh'eu flic .did jawako, .she was in the Captain's found a titayiiig iii th'e house havin'g. intrusted' his earlier partner to tlie care uf The feeble resistance -that could to made in such a situation sooii overcame, ly by sheer fitrength, and-partly by pasaon- -ate'professioiis'of-long restrarueil atid ardent :loye J'roiu that time forth, fro- "Hucrit' occasions were found for voluntary tliu foulish, girl..really' beiicvmg; .tliat object of -idolatry, -nnil, -lal'lliC'same 'time; both ashamed -n'ml' afraid ''to ttf her'' feiiialu whqin 'thethus have of passion, and Miss herself again in her. native eily, with liercoinpanioii, looking up- on" tho' past as upon a 'drcaui. Thu Cap-1 tain.called lipon. her while..her ,was staying at hor house, the very his: first-love affording (lie ex-- case for' BUcIt'visit. licnewiiig-his socret: prolestatinns, lie easily induced her, to re- peat, of her own free-will, what he had won .originally, by1 nieru Growing. last, of'this, her.from and fo1. 'inuse; bitterly; upon vbcr ami ShclMt that any distinction df could1' exist whera'.'.all; was'evil, atid Ae.htVjk'into pl gone olly possible. X hiiiuijdcrstand- siur't.has.lcd loithe -denouement we are about to record.! high City, Itrtitliurly. Iriirc, with relatives'equally rich and -distinguished-here, has just come .to cricf owing to such ii mistake as'wc indicate above. __ tb'atj'.'a.ycar tirw', fiitice, Ibis fair young {licit in perfect Freshness of licr- loft liomcnvith a rutnale under the'pretext that she was about to'palfs sonin .tinic.with tlie other lady in "'the ''vicinity "fricndV. ncine, .inking, occastoa, on. her way .to visit her kindred..here. She .did, conic, to the metropolis, and call upon her that interchan- ged with'home by 'dates and po'st- niirl.-s, .all the preliminary step's'of'the A'S- icdilion. Jloreoycr, other, letters from the "riend's residence further up the country completed the illusion; suspicion, if the .very .dear gchtleman a gay Captain, whose -more distant city, a'ndraffcr EOIIIO per- tho: 'I'liiladelphian, "wa.s indiiccd to'accompiiny her en-cc( asso- ciate io.tbat tuorc1 rcnioto' centre of-delight. rArrivcdi.thcroL-lticy, put up nl a hnndsotnti .lintel, aiAT the "friend'' imd tho Capfain' very any- was lulled 'to t ady had a' very dear 'gcntiem coolly, registered-their names'as liuabatiil and wife, tire military, gentleman baying'.prc- 'rooms for'the buttc Jior companion.- Tho young lady turcdi.iii a charming! little npartment.-close betide that of tliij rbniairtically'wcllded pair.- She atfirst pc'ciH ]Knitipn; but elegant flicatrj- cal hrilli.int Btiiall-talk, military nnd the'.' coaxing'of herdcar-fric'nd, resistless Sway, over lierfancy" 'arid her; her atato' of tilings that .would have .csasperotcd nud. ag- onized they dream1- cncholy nndleelf-eontcmpt; lite the bad awakened still r'ciA'ain- ed, and it was not long-before d "family-! of. pluaaing discovered culiaritics' in her "milliner, of which lie (jnick- too, grew indiifer-i cut or alarnicd when she had no more to and she again smarted At to relievo her -second fall and upon the Ec'cric.' a .inaii of with whom she apnarcniiy. became profoundly en-. amorcd, and who.was .equally smitten with h'er'varieil attractions of mnniier, conversa- tion and person. 'A real the place'of tile cttirsc'r intrigues thatr bad in ils ,'tcnUer abatidon- nient, she Uild the story to him. only, to ro- ccivc in return, ]5iit, wh'cthcr'throiigli'onlside iuter- or the strange vagaries'of .foniiuina ca- price, uurcstraiiied or'tlirbugh idea of, heart Uic ;moriicht-'came without' recogtiii'able 'reasoii" Jliss' ,fr6m; ,bcr heaped upon him CTcry, spccios of insult., ,Sbe-utterly, refused all explanation or intercourse kiiid.'acconipa'nyiiig" her incssigc of denial the inost outrageous Driven to distraction by.tliis cruel con- duct, the-lover presents' at the door, tcnnination, manages fo get past the servant who ansiTcrcu his ring and penetrates to tlie parlor, where 31iss, terrified by flic storm tho hasiraiscd, and anxious lo prevent possible' disclosures, at length meets The scene that ensued- 'can only bo' imag- ined.' -Tmp'aMiioncd outbursts lead to: loud recrimination, in which horrors were reveal- ed to' the cars sistcru, mul, liic.- feinalo.; carlitr part of the -who-hiippcneii io be agai forfffnaic girl was taken ''home'; by force; -but' not ere her ;rclafivcs'an'd _th'eir got'tlie 'f.lir.' Oossip'sohh givics' Sqcli1 !iY_Tf.v.'.. rrl.--- tlieaf- Tlic fonrtli _. J female "friciiJs' it procr inhtried cbA- 'plcs, late ''RAiliiig'' lovers Rules fpri Young Meii.-'-' "success is cvldotii.'c'of fiupc'ridfitjv '''-Never under any .lissume "a" responsibility you cab'avoid' 'with ?'fe ''ii'un'd 'vo'ffr ovfii business 'juslicei'' prcservo'j'btrr 'integrity of chaj tin'd firdbiftg' wl Itcin'enibcr that self ititcfclSt.la. laotSlHic- ly 'to warn' 'your all' 'tuybiir'duty'-wll'cffyoSr'inferest is concerned. nl .I.'..1 n'v Never attempt to Tiiake' nttmVy 31' tlle'ei- -pchse'bf youT 15e neither'lavish libr imscrlyYbt'tlloiwo' 'avbidi tho A1mcan''jntin'is''univef-' :fi-' and-'do- ''Lfil yonr cipenscs be'sucli i J m'yourlpoektitV a friend KccpJ ilf jou- gdhi joffr ybu are, a'loscr. a waste of ,HJ-' n but never lift ohe upViVtho''regardrof tnV'vikuous- and the 'goodl! Never- mibfortiinra'to.oQicrsv d "never gfievfover wliat'yb'u'cainibT prc- and .a writerwhoso every Word cr grieve1 over" what yb'u'cainibl prc- ,'i .'.M -I-" TH3E3.PErN.TEB.- I -phinfcr-so-artisfioi' so'ciqnisife' at theliousc just at tlie time. by th'o noiiii the. entry the and then Jlnttml denunciation all around the flip family group were listening in ntry! In ri barst.into ed of such' 'ilciccn- wucr'o .tiie-waim of of military rank, the board faintiug-fits, and. high-trag- edy. of every sort, terminated in the preCip' iftilo retreat of tho the i departure of- the young lady from her home, and- her flighi fo Now York during .the night. lover wns an elegant i-'rciicliman had also vanished to jarfa unknown, and, a few' days after accom- pam'ed.liy detective, apar-" male relatives .arrived ill pursuit of the fair whom t thcj' fonnd.inan 4to wn doinieil with fur, the she-had. bccu .living under Iho protection of still another Vfanii- you'cau'tlhelp '.'The priiitcrisl tha inljimei of; and this-oiplaln'irtlic'mystMiH'of the db'rful: words-that can no1 -hahd-ffo' forUio -tor we'Engineers1 iif I'-'J'--'i'' JAVli'cn-tlie'little Corsican 'boinBdrdcd'ba- diz nt" "of !f deonicd the very IJut wlmt is that thisrwhcrc- stands nLfhe-'citsc ah'd'ma'rsTialii into lino -the forces ariiicd for in immortality and :And'what can Iw more noble' than' the eqtiipment'df'ii thought in of Rhicld' colhinissioncdTs-'whctr we arc-'dead' to-nib'vo gradually on ed'timc." 'Tliid iVto death fur tlAs I1'1" is labbrcr and.thcof- fiee lie -work a sublimti" rite hc'is'pcrfbVm'in'gy-'TrHctf 'he iliits to fling 'a'-worded truth1 W grander curve .than' mis- siles o'er before in tlio bosom of an unborn. He throws' off his' cpatMiidccd; wonder" rather _ that he do'C3lno s'shoci from his for 'the ly.-friend" suspec- although .in I'Jiil.-KlcIpliia. lle.it ,nti7 nHcrcd sDincwherc lorig" ago; .it wnhdercQ to the twilight feebler thati Prirt- tcr where" if the lifcc'a'woumied sends it forth-from who.hail.bten treachery thai infuriated, lover JJov.llo.Uip pitch tint liad-broiighCabouLtliC-climai; of ;i thmk.Ciw.wIicii i_ .f ,t t indulgence', hiid 'dxanlnloicqinf J"   

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