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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - November 15, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland                                VOLUME II. CUMBERLAND, MABYLA1MD, NUMBER. 28.- Offloo on Msclinniu So. ret, near tbo National HcuiU. TERMS QT SUBSCRIPTION' T'.VO DOLLARS per ini-aij'illr in sclrentT. Xo sabjcr.utisa taita' l.r a pcrluJ moot ha. Circuit lion GKO A PEAHRE of ths IIOR U'K ISLSLEY. ResUter of GKO. V. HOOVER. BASIL T. G OKU A 7IIRU570X. ami JAMES CHISIJOLM, JR. Jul.-ee of the Orphan's Court J. 1! H. CAMFSELI., Caastr Coss DOVGLAS A. M. L. BITSH. CHARLES RIOGELY, ELIJAH i JOHN BKLL. J. H. STALLTVOP. j. t TtHvvsiir.xD. S L. Clerk to JAC03 Ur.'V.V.V. Dr. HSHHY J. TTIES'SL, GRADUATE of Billcvu j M, d- icol Collf "icrk- foraerl cHi i--t.- icatorDrr. T'loTi-s A.Kuler t Hi-.l ?-inh. and of Pruf. Hamilton o'SenYor1. "I'tT'iV-i'l Qarcwa, In cQ'eri to the j.i.1 lie :a ihe va'-.ous to rrcfi BAI-TnonC 11- In the rooms al-ovc O'J C.z- 21. S. McFARI.AN, HrrET AT LAW, y South side of Waa'iisitfUm three iluors F ist of Court Supte-aitr 2T, 13', 1; JAMES M. SCHLEV'js LAW OFFICK. Of WILLS' JID. DEVIICMoSr! EV AT LAVT, l? nf in koovra M thcOifi'-c cftht Ute fhoiu-s Jwiuari 11. Iho5. II. W. CLiB'.CO'j] [.'It'MlHliO. Whiskies, BRANDIES, Gin, WIHBS, Etc. S. ?T. corner of Baltimore i: Canal Strccti, Star tbe B.-idpo, Mpt. IT, tv. MJ. H. LE FEVUE i CO.. DHirGaisis cncansTS, On iir'y J C.' T- Sr-21, JOHN i Fpioljtercr nnd I'apcr Haasrcrf AnJ ia all Paper, Blinds, CartninF, etc., etc. Bulto. o few doors alorc To--- Oi'ue. M. M. KKAKNKY, WINES, LIQUOS3, PROVISION'S, CHEE3S, TOIJACLO, CIGAHS, tr. Ei'.Uiaorc opnin-.a A. M.L co Store, Cuml'trhiud, Md. May 10. lfci.1 IIGMBIUO rri Iran, Slorl, fiillcrv, r'j old coraer Jiiltuuore end .'Jt- FKEDEIUCK MIXKB, in Sliocst C.ip5, Trunks, f Kain'l 3 Story lilaclc, Ualaition: strtct. WILLLVM MOllEUUAD, ,Tlai Copper, anil Saccl-Iron TTarc, Brooki' liloc'rt, near tiic Baltimore ttrtet. Dtilcr in Slatioacry anil ranry Gn Uuiler Hclrulire Hall, B.Uti-norr urcct. ANOIIKW OOXUKIl, Dealer in idf Clol.'iinir, frar.ttj, SHIRTS, nr.A rrc DulUciore itrcet, ofpacitc TcE'- MBP.CHAKT TAILOU, A K D CLOTHIER, ri! street, ncir the Publii: Square. A. P. SHEPHERD, Pfilcr In Carprtlnr, 3 Sterr Btocit, Bilto. street, KELUXUECK JOHNSON, Dc'Jers In CZacks, Watcnfi, Jcwtlry, Silver and PLATED WARE. etc.. "cit t'.onr 1o Poit-Otiire, Baltimnrc rt-rtt. IJcvL-r Hero liig'ut tbua Ucy. dnn't 1 di-lmp, Ai.J dos t te j r.ii tbe itar itt uVr, ir, i n't uors lt-a.i IJl.' 't'v'jcirlo ctl.tr, 1ST AeiT, ThLU :.ut a Lloui mjrc tjjjii .LII. o1 1 new Ji (Ilir n-t f fn Ai d t 'be inr ..fl roLLit. nn- tlcar, Vet. ill r'v f LJ i M.u Vi'cliut. "n, ni.-- A-J uur rtiJ. lny, An i il e iiirt tlic d.r ia cpra: jg, m- dear, For t'.c i !crt c; An God L. Gc.il. dariirf, Of n V J II 23   iry m or tlu 103 houses ubicli they Ipert 'miilJing. John vns ro-Uy f ir dolh cr any- iKe liiililtiu cot ip-mii n might propo'p. So liroiiglit f.um t'le closet box of piinted and the tuo ch.ldrcn f.-it j dnini upnn ilie iu and fit them j IT the iiF met] w imcn that were in tho dcirl" saiJ Amy. affecting a tune of aniKnaticj "Ail nn I'lcra's dicnej are nut of She must I.-vr one of Ihe ne-7 Ih'forcf-he can g (walking agiin. you a new drcrj and clor.k fur her. if I riu them cni-.M invj plnjcd John, nt t'ic limf, belli r tj..n I'n1! propoi-al. lie went- nff n the riit-.t box, wliilc AiiiT tripped ana; in the imiodpos- -'.ble, lo her niotl.ei's rcnm, nnd cnmmenced ttiriiinp over the thincK nnrk bitkct "Wiut do you ivant there 5" tbo mother 'poke, i.i angry Amy s'.-irtcd, and dmv lick a it--p nr Iwa j fnniihe her f.ice flus'iinr. nnd a J cloud the pure bro.r nn the sunshitie only a nifimT.t before. "I w int the answered the child. "Well, you can't hive t'.U'in. Soga nn-.iy with 3on." "I wint to on! drrs-ci for n.y rinrn." the rl ilil. aisln apprcichinj the and diiins her Innd in niuont: the l.tbjrinlh of tape, rau'lin nnd i-O'd it confiincl. A siilrtcn clings ha-1 coins over her nnd in her pDir.Kteiicc, thsmeant lo obtain the "Didn't I t.'l! you that you couldn't bnvc .'-til! further iorsing her temper, snd kt the same tiiro cakhing Amy by thcnrui, ami jcr'ning her with force from the ln--ket The child did net eoaipliin. ?ho vcr.t not ono of that hind tint nude loud outiricy every time her wi-hrs r.n' thivartcd. Yet she not fed thi- uohindnefi of her moth- er any It fell like a shadow upnn lu-r yotrip nnd dimmed, for iho time, nli _.V T5. jcsficc OF iuc Office on Hultiniarc street, ncjr the PuMiifSqi'.cre. SAMUEL IIYAMS" Restaurant nnd Snloon, OTSTnnS.nni'. nEFP.ESHMEXTS cln-urs ca tana. V.iHh's Clock, Rillisiorc stnct. LOTHKS ER! CTETT Hnnstktsper ihoal J supply hi> (hraliv with one rf tmtrxtr'i LfUlt Gicrt Wrirj- il thcrtbr- tbc TOtasa n CM.I cf berd- ELJAWS, AND TICKS. -Always on hind RmlTnr file -n ft When Amy returned to the in which only a law fac'orc. she had part: i vrilh hor brjthcr, her no id of mind tr.T) en- tirely changed. Us wos already (here wilh the box of p lint', nad a of while r-.-.- psr, fron which to cut the ncrf dres'cs for Flora. "D.d jou get the he r.shcd. "So." ntihiTcrcd Amy, pouting her snd Inol.ing very unimbble. "Mother wouldn't give them to mo.'' John 1 nnkcil ui'.ipp-iiiited. lie ttood for a littlo while, looking now at the pftint box ami --Ijeet of white piper in his hand', nnd now at the altered face of his .-'.sier. The sister with whom ho had been sweetly- for an "Kincr he said, at in a comforting voice.' "Flora will Imre to wait for her new cloak. She must wear one of her old drwcs to-dny. Here in a lund- somc one." And Hooping to tie box on- the floor, he lifted thercfrnmia plaid walking drcfi. "Flnrn wMI lonl: himl'ome r.iid he, in a clicerfnl Aoice dun't Maul to phy pip'r dolla." Amy lookod still DiOrc unloicly. Thefrniru on hi'rbmw vr'heavier, and her lips pouted to a decree that s.idly marreil Lur c'liljish features. Julin's f.ice bec.une troubled. The curri'nt (f hii fotlincp, nhiili hud been j'lid- so Binm thly, xriili t'n1 nmsliine on itr I L-'-'ntnuieui rippiin? nvorstunv He sit down upon the floor, hi thu of paper dulls, r.nd iu of uiv cniiicieDcrMi the of he look up u bomiet, and bi-nding the front of it Liekwurds. nut iu a maimc-r to injure or di-Cjure it. do Aiuv, You'll tho botTet. Aiid i-he rjuidrly fjrv.sid. tt d rracl.ij c ut her liuid to tjhe tha piece of printed cjrdi.uard her brother. John, iii'trid of phiiig it up in a kind way, nss oiftnjed nt hU Icr'a i.i-iiu.er, at'd I'urutt the bor-ntt behind l.ihi out of her roich. it toain, Juli'u" The ihiU'srcd- hor quickly iwrg-inper. But John diJ not He t'.ill kert the Iminut K-jond l.er gra'-p, "Fll t-H mnihcr, if j >u don't gixe me rij iluhS LocLi.t cri-'d Aiui '.vitb incrcafr- int: til-nature. "Toll hi i! T don't replied biy. "Give nir tho b' nric.1''" "I won't iinlil I pL.-K- 'Olotheri' Any turntd (o the door, cry- ing or.t in an imperative voii-u. "John noii'l give me irv doll's honnet." "John called the mother, "I'm not hurting the an.-werid he is, mother. lie's bending nli up and it "It's no such thing, responded "John called the mother, fternlv. V" Aur. her dull's tiiis iii- "Thcrp! T.iLo the boniirt, you mor.n, selfish John thretv the bon- net nn the floor. "Molher'. Iu wn't -ivc it to c.i'lcd out tho now thoroughly onsper.ited little Ctrl, as she saw fhu tos-cd upon the floor. At moment --he threw fmm her hand' the wnrl; upon which }Jie and up in .1 came nith quirk r.n i ri into the room uhere her children '.err in disptita. "Didn't I tell yr.ii to pvc your rsler hor 1 omet'" oxcl.iinied, the nivr frightened little Imy by the arm. nnd holdin: lain with a tiji'tt didn't Itelljiu M. What do jou by Btieh c Anl without, waiting for an e-planation, ihe ftiuc'i him one or two blow. "I did it n Slid John, as conn ai he cnt'll find "There it is, j Kinjr at her f now." i "Yt'i didn't g'r.f it to me. You onh 'hrpw it u! mo." w.13 iudigiLintly aubncri.d Ity Ainj. The mother nwtliat Amy hid pirtly dc- lur, and that she hid been toa quick to punish. "You arc ,1 piory (elling g'.iK" pile s.iid, tiirnini; with a now indignation ti- wards Auy. and raising her hand tt> ptinUh her alsi. But fimethin" in iho of the child ff.-.ycd (he upliflcd hand, and tho smarting tlrui-ci fell not upon the fiightcncd culprit. "Xaurhly fhc slid, SB she ro- gtinod littlo sclf-pos'Cc'ion. "Xaughty children, to be always quarrelling uit'i one auntlior I'm surprised and nslnnwd of joa What will.your father think when he Icnrns of How will he when he leirns that hii little boy' and girl havj been angry with one another.' It makes me fick sad to thiuk that my children should act so Very little of n right impres'ion did the censure make uroa the minds of Lfr unhsj-py children, the sunshine of jileasant day her own. darkening anger had clouded. They stood with partly averted fiicf; silent, moody, and with unliindnci' in Ihcir Their apparent want of penitence fretted thair we ik aintlicr't mind. Slic looked for, or nt least required, nn obe- dient yielding on their pnrt. She cxpfctcd Ihcm to "li" ar.d be friends nt her word, as if love and k'ttiducss were vassals that i'.imc nnd went at another'.-) But she could not command tho sun to love lo shino, rior fcaltfr, ttilli a breath of her lip, iho shadows that were arouad thsir young t t f pints. "I sliceaid ntlcngth with n antl-ininnor tint shewed .njoreL-of n'lgrj, i I'JVP." "Amy, do }ou go over into my room. and t'.a- there alnne. until I call you; and you, John, go off to tho garret, and don't let me see your f.ieo until your father comes home. I bh ill tell litn'i of all this." As if any jjjcj Mould be more agreeable than that iu which tln-ir mother's presence smote them, the two chiUrcn, at this com- went quickly away; Auiy into her mother's room, nnd John up into thu lonely g irret. Both the itist.iiit they wero'ctitirely alone, abandoned iheinEelreitoteara. Amv Enbbing t.i hern'lf as if her littlo heart would break, and John EUii'litif; "-till in the centre of the garret floor, with scalding drops upon Lis burning To tbe'boy thure xvas a cruel in the- sudden change to- ward" him which hi-) inter had nnnifested. He unde.-ilood that her mother h id refti-cd to 1st her Ltit e a pair of sciitors to cut out for her jnper doll'i, and he could undcrtian 1 IIOIT thia would frqt her mind; but he W43 too young and unskilled in the philosophy of mental transitions ta cDtnprc- hetid the disappointment fhoullhavc wrought in her FO great a change of feeling to-.iardb himself, and caused her to act with If John's mother had not punished him, hecould luicfkjrgirenAmy. Hut tljebloug, thougti felt only f.u a moment by hta thriuk- body, enl! Pn-.arted on his --pint at pain- fully as when they in ruddeu In a little while the boy'a tears mas-eJ tu flow, fc'ilting on an old chest, and in the shadow of an unhappy mood, he brooded in loneliness atid sorrow- over the cirly pf life, and learned one of his first If.-ioiis of hate toward" those by whom he felt that he had been wronged. An cul hud been sown in the earth of his j oitng heart, and, already, its blent principle of life was moving with a vital furcc. "I'll lock np all my pictura baoXs." he to himself, spitefully. "Amy shan't look into one of them again as long as the lues. I won't phy with her any more, nor psiut another doll's dress fur her. I'll throw her kitten from "the window, and let her cinary out of the cage nnd I'll burn every one of her pla) things that I can put my hinds on." Now, though John ucvcr executed any of these direful threils liis little he was really in CTrnc't when he made them. full of bid ftcling was hh heart. And hough, on I he very diy he passed hours with her in sport, he did not feel ripht towards licr, and not FO willing lo ytiW his wUli- es fjr her pleasure as he had been in timcn p-i-t. As for Amy, pnor child! She wis wretch- ed enough, al.jne in her mother's room, when but for that mother's angry refasil to let her have pair of she might still have been pHjing hippily with her brother, who h.id been separated from her, and sent away op into the garret, where sho was afraid lo stir nil by herself eicn a" a fimile moment. An honr afler the mother had punished her elnidica, 'he hid aside her work, and went over into the chamber to sec what Amy doing. "Into mischief, I'll she sai'l to herself, as phu thought how very q'lL't Iho child iisd been. But she fuur.d her a'-lccp on the floor, with the tears yet. ur.drijJ upon her chooLp. A sudden toi- dernc's c.imc her nnd lifting (he beautiful sleeper in her ancs, she laid her np'in iho bed, and pmoothing hick Ihc moUt hiir fram her furclicad, stood and binkcd fir wtno moments into her ttilt sad luce. She sighed heavily as tho mother's lure cvnc git-hing btok into her heart, and binding down to the littlo one tisicd her tenderly. Ttien a thought of John cawed her lo turn from the bnl'ide and go out in the pas- .Mid up to third ftory of the house. StanJing at the foot of (he garret st.iirs, fhe c.illcd him in a lupprts-ed No an- nver came. She waited for a few moments, and then called once more. Hut only tho cch) of her voice came down to her listen- ing cira. A few hurried step! brought her into the. ruoitt, up to which the had banish- ed her offending boy. He, too, was asleep, tying on tbo old ehe't, where he had at first himself. His he.id was rcstinz upon the hard wood, and Ihc position of his body was, iu all rcsjiccU a most utieomfortable otic. "John She Inid her hand upon him. buy started tip with a terrified air. ITo had 1-ccii driamiog of his sister they had-quarrolleJ -in tho 'dream, -anil bo had struck her a blow on the head. with a piece of iron, nnd fccn her fsl! bleeding tip- on the floor. At Voice of ;hif mother had mr.ikcnid him. "Oh, mother! I didn't m'san to do hi! crifi cnfrleoxittj! fearfully around" him. "Uo what, uiy was asked in a soothing voice. For a uuHncnt or continued to glance arouud him in u bewildered manner, and then said, as be leaned his head upon hia mother and burst into tears. "It wns only a dream." Tenderly his mother drew her srm aronnd him, as she void, in tones of gentle admo- "Naughty feelings, bring bad drcRms." Ah, if she could have known that for tlut "naughty she waa responsible, and not tliQ child, it might hive been iut- ter fur that child, und fur all her children, in the gscat fitture'of their lives. Jlothtrs, be p-itient xvilh yoar chiUrca. Wrong them not by sudden anger, not this beauty of their young tpmt. If they are wool to La angry with'one. an- other, to quarrel in their plays, to have the tur.ihincs of good humor suddenly fade, look close to yourselves, and bee if the cauje thereof does nut Ije maiuly at your doors. Of one thing 3 ou may bo very sure; impa- tient mothers will bare impatient, wrang- ling, unhappy chiUren. Tiie. law of cause and effect is table in this ,as in all other, so we bog of you, for the sake of your precious children, to receive thia into'your h< "11 'Litlger. Poetry Ja Uudrcsn. An English paper, which rejoices in the name of Laities' Oirn, thug playa tricks with rhyme aud reason: "It U many yeirs since I fell in lore with Jane Jerusha ?kcggs, tho handsomest country girl by far that ever went on nitadow, creek, and wood, and dell, so often did vie and the moonlight smiled on her melting lips, nnd the night winda learned our Ulk. Jane Jerusha was all tome, 'far my heart was young'arid true, jjnd love'J with a do'ublc tntetcd loie, aud a love that was 'I roamed all over the ncighbora' firms, und I robbed the v.ildivoods boners, end tore my trousers and scratched my hands in search of choic- est fluwc'rs: In my joyous love I brought allnhebe to my Jnne; but I wouldn't bo EO foulish now, if were a boy again. A city chap Ihen-eatne along, nil dressed up in Cue clothes with a shiny hat and a shiuy vest, and amuiUchc tinJcr his nose. He talked to her of tinging ti'houls (for her father owned a and she left mo the country love, and took the new chap's arm. And all lhal night T never slept, nor could I iat nest day, for I bxed that girl _with fervent love that naught could drive away. I strove to win her back to me, but it was all in vain; the eity chap, v-ith the hairy lip. married Jtraiba Jane. And myjicart wi; sick and sore until t'.ia thought ttruuk just as good Cth still remained as oxer was caught in the sea. So I went to the Mcthodh-t Church one tiight, nnd saw a dark brown curl peeping from under a gjpn- hat, and I married that very And many ycnrs have passed and pnne, and I think my hifi my gain, and t often bless that hairy chap that stole Jcruabu Jane." A Spiral Hailroad. The Lebanon (P.I.) papers announce that one of the greatest engineering, scientific and mechanical feats in the country, is now being performed at Cornwall, in that coun- ty. It ia no less than the building of a tpi- ral railway around and to the lop of lie great Irmi-ore, mountain. It starts from the level of tho Cornwall railroad, and revolves around the mountain, nt some places over trestle work, at others over high embank- ments, and ngiin at others through ponder- ous cuts in thu .-.olid bodijs of iron ore. un- til it reaches tho very top of the mosntain. A great part 'of tho way is completed, a greater pirt is ready for the sills, while tho rcbtis progressing actively. A powerful lo- conicthc has been obtained to do the work of moving the trains, which ia ready for the work. Tho spiral road proper, when com- pleted, will be over two miles in length, and a work the equal of whieh cannot probably be found iu the world. Origin of i The custom of taking a text'as rfia biMij of a sinnon u caid to have originated abotit the time of Erri, who, accompanied by several Levites in a public congregation 

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