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Alleganian (Newspaper) - September 20, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland J VOLUME II. CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1865. NUMBER 20. EVERY.WEDNESDAY MOHWIKG. Oillcc on Mechanic Street, near tliQ National Uoiuie. TI'.KM.S OK TWO In (if- ir. niv.iti.i'-Ji in a.lv.inri-. iij.'.leu l.iaiii lur a Ic j tLiii .-K iii i .11 CKII. In. l :r-i-1 l'..ip-t- llnliAl'U UIX.KV. ...-r v.'. T. i; cin-it'iii.M, .in. I'M n-.-'i u ivuM .1 l: II. A M. 1.. n i.i MI i ,1. i.. 'iii'.VN'.-'IIItM'. TUE LILY THE A a Miimm'r'4 M..III, It li-il I I-MIMI -iln.ri A lily i tip H.I.- IHTII. Till- lit Ili.lMMI lllt'l lulhll.il lit A linv .lii'Ji "I1 ilt'U; Al timrii il lic.ui tin- .ij-lit .'.ml lOll II li-ilrl Win'. A nii.il -t lii.M IIHIIC .nl IMu v v.liiri 'In lilv vi i w, II ifii' lili ..liil, J II I i-u tl.tr lu >i.u. Aii.I i-lrr -I.IT. Li pi u.ilih lij iiiL'lit, Aii'l In mn -oil iti'ij'- ul iti ii-, Tin lur ilii.-lil. iij.-.-n Ami li ill- i'mli i Mm-. THE 1'ALLUN T.T r .MI. Li .1 M. I OVI-'K'K. tVu Tt'itN' Mr.-T after a fine writer, "have felt as wu now fiol, and their lives were as a- our own. They pa-scd like a vn- while nattire wore tl'e Fame aspect of beant3 n- i to be. Tli "I r.rn for you, Mrs. Kiid the "I would fiivo you your rent if I frit able; but ynii know 1 have a family .support, mid it would nut be doing tight by tin-Hi." "I live inc three ilny, Mr. Klid tin; "and in.iv turn during tliut lime which Mill enable me In pay 3-011 Tin1 landlord reluctantly a'MMitcd, and left tli" widow alone with !u-r two children. It i-i-artcly :i year .-ince s-he had lo-t licr Im-baiid. Hi- ini-iuiii! li.nl In1'11 liuiiilrol anil (lie fur- niture, liail li'ft hi> wifi- iidllii'ig. Vrt, liy MMving, :m'l irliat o'M ln-r cnn llciiry L'nuKl obtain, i lit- lirnl IIITD t'lluhk-il In aK'iiL', ami Iiur i-hildrcn at Her bi'iiviciit c.v however, hi ad ecu the rent, to pay nut of ni-: ATTOBHEY I', n.-i LAVr, r. MIL i-i r. en- ..-.i IMl.: H. i.i; .v DRUGGISTS CIISMISTS, O: "T I.....I OHN K. -r r.iii! Paper 1 ..Iir in nil Pnpcr, Blinds, Ciu'tsinn, etc.. etc. l.nl... ill .-.'.ii-.i- l'i 1-tlL.ii-. M. icii her Cieiitiir cummnnded her world will have fame at- MH. tractions- for our offspring unborn, that had once for if cliildn n. Yet n little while an! nil will lime Inpj-iiied. The throbbing hc.-i.'t will be (-tilled, and we :'hall be at rest, t hir funeral shall find its WIT, ,-nid will be fail, and we "'rill be alone f-ileuce and for thu v.-nriiH. And it liny b f.ir :i shor! time we be ,.p of, but the thing- of life will ill, and inir Imme-S will bo soon f.iru'olten. I'ay will rmtiimc to move on. aa.l laughter and tur.g l. ill be lieird in the room in which we died and the i-yes thiit mourned fur UL. will be dried, and glu-ten again with joy, and even our chil.Iren wiil een-i to lliinl: of n--, and will not remember to our name-.'1 At the coinmcnei'iiientnf the second ycnr, howiner, she hud no fund, und found her.-elf iitiite finable to meet the rent at the close of the firr-t quarter. After the landlord wmt out, t-Iie gave way for a moment to uepnv-i m. "fain shu "that we .-Imll have to leave thi-. hou-e. H ha- lucn our home so loi-g tint i: will IJL> very painful; beside-, 1 I.n-nv i.l.ue v.c shall v.ill for us in Mime way, I said .June, Ihe y.iiingi .-t child. Thai i.- wiiat yen have me often." "And I had marly forir-ilten it The little he mutturod. In; I'oiupflli'd tn Mop or rim over him." lie hastily an order to Mop the tr.iin. It w.is dntH1 just in tinir, they were only two diVt.inee from the liny. "Now, yon lit tic vxcliiiined the eiiiiiiicrr, "v.-hnt dn you nn-nu liy ri-uiiiii yicir funlUli life, and putting us to Henry pointed mutely to the and thi'ii, ovcreunie by the excite- ment through whieh lie had pas.H'tl, he had: f.iiiilinir. His iiiotion was undcixtonil. erebiiuied the engineer, "ivi> have breii s-aved from T terrible fate." voinorsefiil rDierne.-s he now du- voted liim.'clf to the las'; of recovering Ihe fainted, and when he had opened his eye.-, asked his pardon for his r'-nlc utikindncss. "Is the train mfoV asked Henry, ea- geily. "Kntircly to your noble con- duct, 1113' little hero." Hi.nry isi'lf in the centre of n group of pa-i" v were profoundly fhockcd it tliu danger fi'ini which the3' had jn.-t eseajeil. i no of the number, "you p'-rceivc how :mrrow bei n our cs- enp-, and j on iaiii-1 be aware that it is Milely Story of an Indian Chiof. luring the hut war in Ainvrka a com- pany of the Delaware Indians a'ttaeked u small di'tachnient of iJritt-.li truops and dc- ft-altil them. As the Indians had greatly the advantage of snriftnivi cf foot, and were eager in the pursuit, very few of the fugi- tives craped and who fell tho enemies' hands were treated with a cruelty of which there arc not many examples even in that country. Two of the Indian'' eatue up with a young officer, and iittiickuil him with great fury. A? they were armed with tomahawkf, he had no hope of escape, und thought only of his life as tlearly as he could but just at this eri.-is another Indian entile up, ,n ynrSi uml COT-, u TJ: rr.oviPiox-'. risif, t.-.-. o; A. M. i.. .-..id her lu-iilur, tiking fn-li on'mi; In the eourag" of noble little fcl- luiv. He ha1! a degree of nerve which I diiub! whether any of Ub ii capable of. 1 beliine I .shall only meet the n lilies of many pre-ent when 1 suggest that nothing conM be m-iro fitting thin a pecuniary tc.-ti- i UJXU. in irr. 'ron, S.'ccl. CiUlfrv, 1. I .-'.oiil. i.irtur 1 T-U1- slro, H. .'I. l.'.n MI. ry k. iltiin -.1 r
my --lid Henry, his with j 13-. "I'm togl.nl it so IMIC'I I'repaialii.ns weu- now uncle to reverse the and m> b.n !c to the stilion. T'ie 'j.-ntl linn who the mean-) of Henrv ft did not go with I'le tars. "if are siid lie, nddrcs-ing our hero, "I go bark ttit'.i you to your and man drew hia bow; but after having taken hi.s aim at the officer, he mddcnby dropped the point of his arrow, and inter- posed between him and hi-" pursuers, who were about to cut him to pieces. They re- treated respect. The old man then look the officer the him into confidence by iv-.-es, and having conducted him to bin hut, treated him with n kindness which did honor to He made him less a (-1 ive than a him tho thoir country, and instructed him in Ibe, rude arts that are practiced bv the gcther in the most eordi.il amity, and the j-onng officer found nothing to rcpret, but that fcomctiincs the old man filed his eyes upon him, and having re- garded him for Mime minutes with n steady and silent attention, luir.-t into tcara. In the meantime the Spring returned, and the Indians, having rceonr-e to their aims, again took to the field. The old man, who was .still vigorous and well able to bear (In: fntiguoa of war, mt out with them, and was accompanied by his prisoner. They matched above Uvo hnn'lrod leagues the forest, and came at length to a plain where the Uritith furccs were encamped. The old man .-Imweii liin prisoner the touts at a di-tiiiice. and al Ihe remarked his; countenance with the most diligent at- tention. f.iid he, "arc your countrymen are thu enemy who wait to give us Inttlo. Jiemembcr that T have sax'ed thy life, that 1 have taught (bee to construct a e-inoe, and tn arm thyself with a bow and arrows: t1' surjirito, the beaver in the forest, to the. tomahawk, and (o scalp the wast thou when I fir.'t took my liitlV Thy hands were those of infant; (hey were neither fit to procure tin e -n-tt nr-.mv or si.fi ly. Thy toiil was in utter thouw.T-t ignorant of ovcry- f'> il wiii meiv.y a Here i" what liappcii'.d to (ii-j j "There i-i only fun. t'mk n notiee of it. one Ihiii'i 1 rin ce.nifituro of the ofiiecri-. At a certain point Henry: and he proi'ei dcd t li SiCn Ami 1' wi-nlll In1 jM-i'i'iii'l t" fhc .-.H llii'.rlv.inl.v.-i.i ollitTil in or n-iy otli'-r imrVi-t. .l.ni'ury H, m Order of 1'si ti lira lion. Juli-a ami Tlmi-a.i.- dm- .Tiilm II. Dtf.ern. J K.init.i-.. NO. Kitil V iPf.'i, lint tli- snlf 'ni.nlc nul rcpiirli.l Vt'llil.'UI P-0-. rcninn, I'-ir tliu i-aa-of liie rul t-tjte in the pnmciliiigs of tiie nl'inr r.ui-i- inrntitincil. ratili.il unil lonfirmml, mili-ss ti> tlic cunlfirv tin-it of 1 e jluiw u on or iM-for.1 tin- ,11- 111 tin Cinl.it Cn'lll f fur l a t'l.nrt lit oil tli-.-ir joitrii'-y, the ...aw j-omii wild j diichs in a pind, nnd it w.ii renuir'hed to be a (-Ii'it. The deputy Irinb'd out re- volver, c'n-'ne.J r.ml about to-hoot, he Faiil: "15y tiiu by. lviirnb.icher you are a good shot wi'.li a p'-lol, ain't yen V "Of conr-c liiirnhapli'T." "Tal.e the r.-vol- 1 yonrhai.d at dtick-i." ri-k my own life than let sir many peri.-li .J'oruliai-ber Mul: the wi.ip-m. jumped nut of without i the little wagon, anil advancing the j (If eourFt; liiii- pl.iec in much less duci.s for about toil or twelve Heps, then time limn I have taken to re--nrd it. siiddcnly wheeling around and covering j Vi'ill tlm reader picture tn himself the Plicing him-'jlf beiwci-n the continued the i-ame "Thei'H rather than run over he thought: yet the feeling of hi- mm pcr- danger in ra-c they f lih'd tuiliinl; him in carnc-t, bl.inchid his che-.-k. "Never tnin-l, said lie rcs.iUi'.ely, "I-tier ino'li-r. I b-'gin to a in and m.iv it ill n.y po-.ver to be of si.-r-.ice to On the way 1 a-k--il Vaiiou- tpn -tiuit-, to all of Henry fiatikly answered. I "There U my mother's In hcfiid al j letlirth. "She v.ill xeiy glad to thi- nionev, fur the Ini" nut ln-en able to pay her r--M for the la-t (jMartor, and she can du it without any trouble.'' "You until introduce me to your mother. To do this 3011 mus; 1113- name, which U Ci.irdoii." Mrs. linll heart iho tlory her foil's br.ivory with mingled prld'1 and terror. Hut lur i-ijeel; Iilnnchi .1 when .-he thought of the dang'-r he hid incurred. s-il'j .ylr. tlonlmi, at length. "i am a nieri-h-int doing bnsino-- in the city. I w nit a hid fer mv rottntiiiir room. I talun a and if jun will cntru-! him to me I will try to ud- hi.- far as it may- be in my j H-ill h. IL_. .1- h-TMJ i.i. i.. I fiordiiii Jn t i r. day to deioli: t< them with tin: pistol, tho deputy and j terrible in which mir hero I his aids to gU out, of Ihe w.igOH, and very in the way of a Ir.iil" traveling at the rat" Tiie (ifit-r wa? an -i' -'I! nut wi-h him '.i .icn, hiiwe-.er, Mr. .'i.e lain -evcral hours .-iinl to tnkc him uccep'cd with earnest thing, and thou ntvcit all things to me. thou then go over to tlry nation, and take up the hatchet against n? again V "Tin! o.Tieer replied, "that he would ra- ther his own life than take away' that of his deliverer." Tli" Indian then bending down liii head, hi Having t.nliT IKI im-rtcil in ,1 ;it rmiiVrri.iral oirc li tlirn jinVr tn the ot Th" reprl got them safely into the road, and, mount- ing I lie buiTL'y himself, tac f.votious prison- or made the party a speech, nnd (hen mr- i-f twenty-five mil-'sau hour, waving hish.it frantically, nnd tuthe of not Henry is at moment jm.ior partner in the linn, and hii mother sister arc ing able lo get out of tlm way in case hu Hall N juMly II. HIS-LUV, i rendered Iii.indvant.ige, drcturing failed to pilfered in stopping the It wn-i. ind-cd. a time to (lie cour.igo of Inv hero. Hut ho maintained his ground firmly. proud of the son to whofo intrepidity nil their present prosperity is due. are you a.-ke.l a tittle ,1 no tu it, and ?o cuds 111'; affair, i in foolklt the engineer perceived him. j boy m another who Irid justfilipped and fil- Kvrn at tinv he Mippo.'cd il was done lui down on an icy pavement, "fioiug to was the blunt reply. dead at my I hare revenged He pronounced tlip-c words wiih the ut- tnoit vehemence. IIH bjdy shook xvith a uni- verfiil tremor, and he ffi" stifled with sighs that he would not suffer to escape him. Tin rn a kc< n in his eye, but no tear would How to hi" reli-f, At length he became calm by and turning l.iwarda tiie oast where the sun was rising. thoit said he to the young officer, "the beauty of that sky, which with prevailing day? and hast thou in the sight V" replied the young olliccr, "I Iiayc pieasiire thu beauty of fine a sky." "I have said the Indian, and JiN tears then found their way. A few initiutoi after he showed the young man n magnolia in full bloom. "Host thou fee that beautiful fays lie. "and dost thou look iijion it wilh replied the officer, "t do look with pleasure upon the beautiful tree." "I have plca-nro in looking upon it no Mid the Indian hastily, and imme- diately added, that thy father may still have pleasure when he SILTS the sun rise in the morning and the trees blo.'fow in the Spring." habitable, and that the tun cannot be to them, as to us, avivificr as well as a worker. the Honnil. Tlir. Two lawyers in .1 county of whom had gray hair, and the other, though just as old a man as his learned friend, had hair which looked suspiciously some altercation about a question of practice in which tbo gentleman with the dark Imir remarked to his. "A person at your time of life, looking at the barrister's gray head, "otlglit to have a long enough experience to know what is customary in such C.VCB." "Vos, was the reply; "yon may stare at my gray hair if you like. My hair will be gray as long as t lire, aad yours will he black as long as you STAIN I'ois IMITATINO col- ored woods may be ntaincd in imitation of ebony by steeping them in a strong de- coction of logwood or ofjOigall, allowing them tudry, and then sleeping them in a so- lution of sulphate or acetate of iron, dryi they arc to clean water, and tbo process repeated, if Icrvrards they arc polished or t NEWSPAPER! Ell tf'
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