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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - May 17, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland                                3c tu-xlC5-TzjtT raei LIFE IS BUT 'A on Mechanic Street, near tlio Hutionul House.. OK suBscnir TVV.O-l'OLIiAKS IHT vrar, in mlvahcT. 'liuti l-Miiu for it li-sj six of Uic Ciivuit linn. SJIITH. I'li-rli "f.thf Cirt-uil IIOKACK of W. HUOVKII. HASH. T. CAI1L1TX. Hutu's CKu. A. TIHir.-iTO.V. JA.Mli.'S CII1.SI1OUM, Jn. uf Uic Uri'lwn's J. II. CAnn'.KI.U, IUJPC.I.AS IT.IICV, A. M. J-. HL'Sil. fount r I.ifi' i- but n line "Age" llii'olliiT '.'J'riinr." 'tlottu tin- liill iiur in" "uuLi- vour liiii IIIMM] (lip wLIji of plnmirr; ViiUllilul civw a i. MuiilunMl them at hil leisure, I -l.ct 'tin jii'. tlifi'n; tuujiliafusk.V. tin- fhikwirr'l! jiiickrl.'1 T.I Ihr u-ltiiLi Irt mil; in "Uivc Itt'i'in Or tl'rii'iiinrttisii'tn firiy, "1'riaii-" is drmviiril in' Ij'llie "Ai'if.' Itft, Mil. nutliriflr; tlit'ii j'rovtd nm." 's tirciin; _ 'e iKini.1 KI.IJAH KUIKNU, jiiiix ;j. II. STAM.ISfif. J. TnWNSIIKXlt. f av S. L. ID JACOil IIHD1VX. A i.ii i KKTAII. ix ilL-iiS, P 1. AMI'S mill LAMP EhlTHEHV. -iml KAM.'V TOU-ET AHTlfl.llS rf Il.tjtiraore and Jlltl" l27i_v. -.JAM 133 M. SCHLEV'5 n'Ksr.siOL' or WILLS' CSLKK. PKVICG.MUX, AT LAW, Cl'MSKULAA'it, fiilo WiiK cntK. ia tin- llnoni? liipDJIiit? ui' thi; intv Thonirtt: J.muary 11, Iriii.'i. II: FKVllfl A CO., DHUGBISTS CHEJUSTS, On IfititHi'srt, littirifit Centre CL'MliEKLANII. E. liUCiv, ami 1'ajier Hiujcri _ Ami Dciilcr hi 'Wall Paper, Blinds, Curtains, etc., oto. llallu. stnTt, fcv doors ubovp I'ost- IHIitv. M. 31. KKAI1XKV. "A jus' oii.'srinvs iiuilc ti'niilf.-ii'.y, ill liis llw l.ui iilu-ius niiilr. it Ifiulll llicnut-l In (lie prcviutn of. tlic'cuiinirv-vil- in llio iiiniisin'ii cvt'V ln'iilt, ilwrlt (lit; most 'iniiiilcn cvui'' born, I'rt'ciuNi luVn in Iliut .se- fumlr in -nrnin's'.'f- mir of'tlic ninl tin) n !i'iv> l- tr-n cM'iel; ttorc'onVhK-rril' lln-rc V.M.; n joI'.L- wiuil gitlcly. girjji linfl dtibUiil "Thtf Nuiincrj-." and sonic even -went po far ns to I'rociosi the Lady "Siipe- rior. Certainly convent walls narcr.dogc jtltpni" sclvas more grimly FISH, .CHEESE, TOHACCU, Clli.Ui.S, lir. I'rt'titn'irc ptrtets. A. M. 1.. llusii's Tobnr- CumbiTliini'., In, 19'jl. IIU3U5WD LOXG, Diuiro ia Intit, Steel, fJiiiicry, oM comer iiml Mt- and simple, old and young. JYhai an excellent Sj.'iusier b.as .lieon an afTcc'tajum! was genuine with I'rcciosi.' Long ago a prelty-. litllb had besii her Confidante and come acquainted with arascal, with'a'lijiiYd-; some face and a serpent's pod with him. They heard of; her wearing; velvet and bnt no .wedding and driving abant New Orleans in a; baiid-, .-oiiic rarriagB wondcrtd ai mid admired, for .her b'esuty, arid ibunticiifor bersiri., at .after a lung silence about her fa-Jail thing in ctimo creepiii'; at night. nien do. Wie prc a fitter's hand to I the. ponr nursed her until the 'died, and Lttrictl her decor.lly. and tlicnccfurtli flir.t FKCDKiUOK Mf.VKK, Pc.ilcr ia S.'incj, clr. WILLIAM MOr.KHKAlV Tin, fopptr, anil V.'arc. rwis' the fin HAIJJ .-jW i I.'.T lioinc' !o nihi'i. Iwcnty-Ecven. r.nd far .from Sbe'was barclv Clover standing- wintry at- tins gatcon Itlie look--qut tilid -'.The firsl; opnVrtumty lo 1 'laiiia-fc aiiJJ JifiJj .jiif tweiity-tliree guvculecn lliey ID wiislo Iheirlives'at a spiilster's bid ,-Xoi.' j'.j. ii: J.-iV IMit-n -I'rceiosa.-' :willi cvc'i milcbfiilnef s, Eat.ratinly' bon'r by hour .two iiibjira. fruiirtbu liiylieJ draiv'er.'.'uf a cabiue mn dined from !iiieats wliieli bad1 been the means of i-oiivcying llieni'nero.ss :tlic IbrRsildlil; iiV culeating principle's minds.' ol 'rr otil reserve. Charity -1'ratti having groivn M be -sixteen, 'also tbc apnthccaryV bis fajjiiou eU admiration' "at.ihnrcl 7 "'T days the ba'cihe- liir cottage.'1 tnliUfT and wiis'tiiib- dned-ly. i'.ia its'icred 'TTo'coii- J_ _ t T _ _ t _ sniilod .an'd, chair on guard: I'inalty the bcsLfpecimcn of-thatiibad of the houfci FafL'lypa'nd til _ each other as those1 ihiglit'whi) hTul becnclos- utedjvitli polar, bear. a'u'd .liad. cscapcd-un- 1' '.M bariii said.iho.hypocrite. ii goodness sinccrc'Pre- diosa., tliHiight I slibtlfd" havo'faihtcd. f Xevcr'lct'fl incnib'cr I'm "ill ways engaged." Iwluivcd kind ofi.i njhV" a possraiiL-es ,nrtt oucaj.kntir.ja' :T 4 ;indl ;'i: thus: in a al'ivc-pipnlir.t onti has wriitiL'iit tliif who wear nuts; bo: a roni tile pppr-. 3vi, EJaliniirryanil FSH-y {Ju-otl.il Under IMviik-re Hall, Il.illiiii'iu- AXDIIKW iJculcr in loiainr, .SHIRTS, DRAU'Kiy, riallinmrc 5ln-c1, the SAMUK1, TAILOH, A V i; I, (I T II! K !t. naltiinorc iH-nr ths l'ii''lif A. I1. -StrBl'IIKISD, in Dry. Gnnils, ,rlf., 3 Slnry Blocli, Ilnlin. ilcn? in Silrcr anil iir., ilnnr lo IMliimirc f irrfl. AVII.MAM iir.Aiaii; 1 HEHCJIIAHT TAILOR, Anil Dcilcr HATS CAPS. POUllKftS AriKiITn tiKSTS' (JddD.S. M Xcw lllncfc. ttrnt. His I'csl-OIIiif. JOHX AV.IDKXKU, JS.ISTICC OF TUB PEAfE, I Oni'-c nn JUltiinnre street, ncnr lire I'lililio S'liinrp. Hestaurant and liunsc ..yet to tbiuic r.f f.'ue ki-j't a hideous f.ir advniici'il in ycr.r? to rcincnibcr Tlie mill; was'croiiL-lit by a Qurm'ia wn'tnaii. Tiic buti.'iiiT's wifa by rrijiiost, the joints. Kvcn a. -.touisn cut'.t'ie crais in tin; gririli'ii when it loo Intip. rmil'if'n man approaehcd the gall's, ancient Deborsb, tiiG conk, v.-as scnl furtli to bis approach.. thus mailc tilings MTir, .Mifn I're- went t'.i Xew York and a. iK-ai! hitherto been immured in a boarding cvhool, and the K.-rKiigcincntfi was eomjili'tc. Jli.x.-i Iitickwnuil tiiiilr her iiiccc to'chnreli, afco to ireukly incolitigH. Tlioy f pent affcr- noous out with widnw Indies with tiogrun-n- mns, who retidtd in toli- t-iry state. 7 The cldi-r VYi's, "Ah! .v'.'Wcii." VAYho.kiiiscd a ynnug ludyiof liiscongrc- gation in her -1- "tin'afterward inarr'icti cr vpuM.yLiit; hcr.prjiku him.V iRl (.-arvstit-iiisij, not-.' yoti fald rr'tX llin you an 'Argus', eye ipon Irr bliiomiii.L' niire, and.bnld. indeed wbuld ieen the man who dare address' licr.-'I I have I'm- her part areh-byp.ierite. Illoo .She had lenrtiiil 'llnTt at Wabii'ii lllodc, Iliilijnin AVILUAJI hoarding pcliool, where ingeiiiiiiy 13 csliatist- ed in deceiving tlie anlhoritjps; and doing ahraya exactly, uliat is. most Ucllu Ijlimni came tu I.oekwobd Cottage pi-j- fectlv to bond-wiiik did it. blkicd that her niece was well ba- led men. fc'lio wondered how any young la- dy TOiil'd walk and talk and bo sociable with' nnd marry when thai they liyed in a home 'ilrt'h.iiuc n fctr iloorj'norlli o [Saddle's, tiridlos, Collars, v whips, Harness, etc., cnnslnntl r, on liunil unil nrciiiriTt-ilfiircalc LOUIS :PLIinKOWSKI, iid .T.VV ITIiS nil who nrcil scrvicia in liinlluc. In csl! his nwr k i January And all Jio I.wbilo Itilla was chafing in-' wanlly; .it her girli'.v.'ho hail pleasant little flirlationa at ing up a private a'ier- ..ii.n, tain who bWiujjlit' llictn anil jimttonT anil "Uliiwye hittnr for .fild .'f-was. n gaL myself onat afyrc Cleaver courted meVi r.nd Mn Vn get dear Ocn'rge'a ..1.1.was a bricS it.C.corgu row-' od to apjMar. at the cottage w.hen-they .least demand in thegardni ShtLWa'ftiiiiik-' :injor a'pair.of roiiiaiiije big'cycgf of rroice nnd a sqficr'jmnd'whiuh shc-.hail ibVun g lo ohako and gracoS and .lo stiBiiii herself, l.'llur 'lire-'was mtlch JiuV'nii'Cp licltn'sso innijli ?ri: that mrnic-'rme'on oilier fide 'Xf (lie wall .with nvcsi npon n, level .withj its.wppcr that lndy...f ;LTndcr.this liclief buclamorcd tiian hands'iriitlie air, Um't rtf .t peacocks igontcrrii scprcrci.. ini.irct' beadjong.muong ijic flower, pota and r.' clatter odtieAi BufficiuLtlyipimish- -i-'Tn; .Ij "Jlisa I'niciosn could not mttrdcra fullow- ean't.run'oir until 1'__' _. I j. _ I J l ..Tuddii. a _ Ti-j dwelt-iii'the.-li'ousc. i.Thudoetor cameovery .bov .'invadnl'-'itlic Jiall-rith liiedieiiies; fiii'ally-1 wheiP.'thft lJiJjV seeia liiiiH' Jlal-c bech' mkledt then: Ft! rely coil is the' firft liine.'lie'cypr fiviilicil uvcr.-a. riyali tur niitku .loyc.'to a: 1 Jy ill TlmSlh -bet thiuk_ locked iilliefvdifn-roJi'iii in (he iiib5t decorous lile-, her, aunt, was in. lie.was.abscnt Deborah and Charr ily fynipathizcd-aiid ,abetted, and lalkcd dtjlicipusly to dear George lying on his back with his faea so jiale and his spirits so IpW; poor fellow I. That', evening Miss I'reciosa rcceivcd-in'forniation; that legal uOaira tnhiiecfcd'witlr'Iier'propcr-! which' her1 priaon'co the'csbbiisli- liefore so'much....needed its LudyiSup'erior.'.-' She returned aftar.tlircc Thsre.a l.wii peoples-Charity Prat'eand llio'o'niggisl'sj about her waist: hook from r Jieul 'to j'ij i f pcakrto that: misguided girl belter than I.'1 She'Cilter-: cilTorirHril. Ireaj Tudds, llie nurse. tiilkjngt-y-, i ''.Since died.I'j.fuid-Todils.i J.'l the pies you dues .inakej'.'q rii.TCT; f. .1- was lu.tlic pantrj-hul ing. her aud Dcbor.diilrcturn'ed.'to.'th cellar.5-' J arp, .nlreaily i Hie fact that I am much disturbed in _ "Yes, Sfaiiata'. -Thai nvy spiritual adviser, Sir. ,'T you, d'miiu I turn .fur viceiT. a KJiu tear.; bwii( house lioldi lias. t turned And tsh told.hini till. V big'_cyesat broke 'Hie. you do.iiot Urn old JonaUian .Todds -and .your faithful Dc: borah" inlcnd "Or that Charity 1'ratt; wbo-'FecfnKa nf.girl; lias promised-io.givc-hcr truth, "JliidaiiU hear :M is'timc' lliat'you-._sbouldlbejm- IJIiioni anil engaged' a'ycar. v.i '-'i Ji. "31 met igivemvay, 'Todds ahiDebo- rab lo'niarfy-iicit V'-'-? 'And ,Gliarity 'and iZeddpck" on liavo Cscd..i Andl shonlil betrothal: of you oiicMr mil allow them ionniteaUdlnc appmntcdday c ''Oly'DwrfriiecO 'said scribuii .w.-v.-iyfiiiswia; f-f'J n t.e 1 "I agree, with said the pastor.'' VI point at oneel istrcsa I agjl -1 'fcciciji Her cb'ecks.burn- berjlds droopsd; iicr. i linio I'reciosi' was" petrified! l sanl Cforget "r -n we. t when shall .together again Yon know t.mu'ct'go.'i-ironf rntintJ won't T mtift 'toll h'ch Ao'prii'n "atid! good, She's" Jon't lovciue aa'I Jo yon.Ij o! lc -.George, you, "you ha nothing Gllariiy oau band'to OeorgcMiovo- t- v. i.v iVud ken up w yoiiifiud'tbatlie has ncvof, brought lan'ytliingiiiito.'tho w'urldcto'.wariil it; but-is personal set .will-probably .sound ill the (jthcr.way a ikind. nian will p'roba- The iner- brigbtes side of: Ibttuasa; pafdonHatld Hiis ho "could, 'ivhb'IGia 'aiiy iiot'' lielnirig'tbciii.i tjli.tl' S I t J 1. lliojncrpy has .bsslowcdfldivs'.baclc npon-hiin in a'fitll and oyc-with yonr dcnyit." Liivc nl- a i I'Lfram.thc 'doorway, chocked' vcH'riigh Jliss Trccicst TiocltwrniS.' lyslcrics tftcir'tnidst n ;cnlleman was 'Tim'uev. IV 'i01? t.O; thojo' ju.-i-ur.--1 d.- 1 jbauUj' TOW .the Jjroail plapo. tho cflgfl Of jthd other hand tobgue: in'-Miltfnukeo irasBi ba'ndsdmo yoiiiig i this splendent jii this 'I'jji-iuJ angelic swcctncsa might cnvyijbut.could.iiot night grows upon tha -m" 'that utfcr'inailness'luYfl ep'jnucii dead of j the iigb't, xirbenTinnor ccricc.Iilie licrs -is1 hiding7 itself-amrd jury, 'iiij'feclings' I. throw, against.this tlm3outrageous aldUappbidti foi: .'.'.iVyoubg. sonic anglers on a m. iud a I overhear bis words, v.1 7BTA5CTS SS2 V tasked .the'oUrerea-- wewa Jk iaiJ ,'dunginianibegRntto "kMetrf- liiil howovcrfsithof Hungry 'fish' 'snapped luw inlling, thenwn _.1fn. worthy-M.c paratus) to the knocker i. t. a, .I i> p tuen-eharced the------ debta. SIcnnwhiJe .it "J.'S il CSePJicarcr IliVccntro 1. Kcincnlbcriny .TIC Uiirid, timj, scs, tell lieso EWSPAPERf ut of a banted slicll, jatigiuglLaVcv NEWSPAPER   

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