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Democratic Alleganian (Newspaper) - March 26, 1859, Cumberland, Maryland * mam DEMOCRATIC ALLEGANIAN. mtmm -.....r- My Win. Writer .V N«n. THE LIBERTY OV THE PEOPLE—THE BOVEREtOWTY OP THE STATE©—THR PERPETUITY OP THE I’NT Off. , .5 VOL. XXIV. CUMBERLAND, MD., SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1859. THE JSLIiESiKMl&If If} PUQLISHPO EVERY SJt r UR DjfY MOR.YLYG, BY war. WBBSR A SON. 1I.UMS.—Onesopy, Ttta Dollar*per annum, I* >y iMu li M ir yuarlv in advance. When payment • <ftlaywl until after the expiration of the year, Tm<> D itmrj and Vwenfu-Jiee Cent* will he cb»rtr*l. A 0VKttTtftKMBNT8 will he inserts! at the rate of Om fow/for per square (12 lines) for three insertion*, and hrenty-flre tent* for each continuance. A lH#?ra1 discount made to th«sc who S'tecetta Mr the year. JOB PRINTING of every description, atteh a* Pamphlet#, 1’ay Itolla, Manifests, Mnsine.* C/iirda, ltili Head*. Poster*, Ac., executed with no line#*, accuracy and dirpiteli.nnd at low rates. flfoT Office on Dal tin > ere 8tri>ct, third door from Post Ofiko, Cumberland, Md. fl W. I1RENCLF., X ’ m l> E A Lr I IS BOOTS AST) SIIOK HATH AMI CAPS, Trunk., C.rjat Use*. Italirrll.*, fce, ttallitnorr HiP«.t OfTk’C, CTnnilw'rlamt. 4 N l)RKVVS N. SWARmVKLDHR, neAitssts noetic*, stationery #• fancy noons, II »li i’ll *i e Sii rtu, dppu.it* (!mitiirrt,n<t Hank, act over .'*t’iti'iim H iiiuii, Cuinhcshmit, Mo. fFREDERICK MINER. iiinn i, HOOTS, SIIOFS, H ITS, CATS, TRU.VA'S, Um’uetls*, C’trju l Huff., lie. tVnlrr R,i mi .if VI K< e** 3 ilo jr K»*, Baliitnort S(r»iu|,Ci»uibeil»M<t, At,t. rw. MAO RUDER, m I SALE* IS HARDWARE AAD IK*A. Corner H.Uiinnicsml MeibmirlM ,Cutr»li*rl»n4. HD. CARI.ETO.V, . MERCHANT TAILOR. Itass!sty* on Hah I a full rupplv of r LOT it A, ttASmiCSKS ASP IESTLVOS, Of illnrlri *n4 qmlitln. I.'latlitog in ait* »o imler at ihwi iwtirt Ami on if*' s imaIiW inriu* Miliiuiiue •ir««t, near IJ opposite P Oflt *, L’uintiri Uii't, M l. S. J T. little. paiies is WATCH EH. CLOCKS, JEWELRY, FANCY QOODH. RAltinture S| ,,«"*( Tt*!lro»d Pep>t, Cumlwil. ml f|DIOMAS JOHNS. HMIDWAHK, 1 BOX, L LTTLF.Tl Y, Ac., Ac Corner HAliitnorc uni Crulrr »trr*U. Cntnberlnml. r IDIOM AH CAIN. E (Of the flitu of lll»k« k Cain,) JJERIHAXT TJILOR, One t.ior w. #t <>t Ru-h A Sirl'ir*. Tobacco R to re H.nimore .ite« i.fuinkcrtsmt, Md. BIDDY MALONEY'S CAT Outer ter WtPE»i*i*K».— 1 There wa* a novel ...... ... ' incident at the Court Ibnm In MiPeraburgli U#t Mal<h.w M« n,«y, U» r , k„o»„ hy .h. boj. ' vg ^, d „ [luK TUt of the tulU u-'V»tto Mil,- oil Murhln* from w „ ^ „* ...k uo« e.wl„g, mot U tlw Kuto b.v „„1 ,„„k|„ E «, Jr. hi. Mur li.lf, I. . Ii‘f(b .1.1. ttKlfcmwt. ’ trun.f. t> uut of tl»i, .. Unit Hut n «.,r.l “Mat,” siys she, “there's a strange cat in the cahin.” Cunt her out thin, an' don’t he botheriu' me shout I ho haste." “)fttiK, an’ I’ve I wen sthrivlu’ to do that same for tlie mutther of ton minlts pa it, hut she's just Ixy.vit nay raclie, hshirit the hig rad vhist in the curlier. Will ye* be aflhcr helpin' roc to dhrive her out, Mat ?*' “To las sure I will, bad luck to the coosate i ho has tor me house; show Imr to mu, Poddy, till I tnche her the ri«|iict that's due to a man in his own house—let he takin' posehNikm whhmt us much, s« tv hv jour lave, tho tiiafe o’ the world!’’ Now Mat h i 1 a special antipathy for cats, and never let pars an opportunity to kill one. This he resolved to Jo In tlx* present Case, and instantly formed a plan for tin* purpose. Perceiving hut one moJo of egress fir khe tiuifual, he says to Biddy i Have ye* ivir a mate Ug in the house me •larlint ?” ‘Divll » wim is tlk«tc, Mat. Y« z tnk It to mill wid ye* to bring home chips wi-l, tiiistoor-nin.” ‘ Faix, an’ I did, and there it la yit, thin.— Well, have yiz nothing ; t all in tl*e h as*? that wUI tie H[>hks a hay, IUddy ?” “Tr -th, an’ 1 have, Mat, there’s mo Huodsy pi ttioont~>o cau dhraw the strings »!<ne lit the tip, an’ sure it will do U ttiirr nor liltin' the cat U lavin' ye*.” ' HUMv darlint, ye* a jewel to tie thinking of that fame ; he aftlx r I ringin' it to me.” Uuldy I rouglit (lie garmcr t, and when the strings were draw u ch»c it ma le a wry g>.«l .ulihtitutc for a meal has', and Mat declared it was “illcgai.t." Fo holding it cks>o against the edge of tlsr* dn-st, he l»ok a hmk behind and saw * p .ir of I right eye* glaring it him,” ‘'An' i* it there ye are, ye divll ? ft** out of that now , had link to all yer kin, )c shaviu' vugsbotie ye. lie hid, an' ye won’t lave me house at *11 thin wid perlite axiu’? Yer self-will hates a pig’s hit in Iv. ^ftiddy, have } cr any hot watl*er in the h'.u****?” ‘ Via, I’ve a pouty, Mat; the tiy-krttk's full uv it.” “lie aftlier costin’ the msttlaT of a quart thin le’ hit the chist, till I soy how* tho shAjf divil hkes it.” “UuOkl ‘im clo»«*, Mat} brro goes tlie Wathct.* Dash went the water, sod out jontped the cat into liat'a trap, ' Airah, Is* the h»wty pnk»T, I liavc 'im In, Ikddy,” says Mat, drawing cions tint iwi«U <4tic garment“now, M (M to ret, ye thafo, its inns kvis jr« have, is it? Par altinr a*iu’ the fi>rgivcue»s, for the tla'lng ye Lave i-cm Ji to' should he lost, and even tlie judge bent over his desk to catch every dr<>p of the stream of clo« qitenct* that was gushiug forth, whon suddenly tho speaker was fr< zeti into silence ;n the midot of a Lriliisut period, the whole asaendiiy »n startled, and tlie judge horri'iwl by a loud “b-l-a-s-i” that cchowl sonorously through tho hall. The ehcriff jmnpcil up in wrath to demand tho cause of this insolent interruption.— Tliere was a slight scuflie at the door, ami then a singular couple made thdr w ay stondily t>* tl»e “ssoctum-saiirtnrum’’ v.hlch ordinary spec-turs are not allowed to profane with their feit. One of the intruders was an eccentrically dressed individual, with a restless twinkle in Ids eye that betokened cither fun or iiibanitjr, it w as uifbcuU to s*»y which. ilw arm was affeo* ti mitafy plm’isl arouml the neck c»f his cnm- panloil—a fine calf— end thus the twain were thufUing nj> to the lar w hen tiny were rtopjicd l»y tl*e sheriff. “Co away, fi-Hnwl” cxclaiunai that irate functionary ; “take yourself M.d calf off hvl«*re y<»i* are Loth t..hen to prison/’ “fewk vi'V'*, *quire, M said the mao extending a 1<m g, ban. tr »wu hand in a pcrstta ive manner. “I’ve g.*t a case in tlii* ycro court, ami this i* my prltui|>al witness. I’ve brought him here t »ip* aU and speak h<f will, wou’t ye, old fellow” “B-l-a-.vt!” replied the calf. “SlwrUr/* cicht.Eisd the Jmlge, “Like tliat man and his csif out of the court. He must not is? all >w*d to disturb tins court, and interrupt the legal ger»tl»*msn’s-——” ‘•ft-’*a*a-t,"a»id the calf, “Tiegdacwe in tl«i« yore c<uirf,” again cumtueticol tlioiotru hr, and this ia my principal altiinu. I’ve brought——” 1> jumped the c< uri8**l with an angry leap. “Your honor, if this >• to continue, I mud *piit the c* nrt room. I’m not to he insulted in the mid.st < f my ” “ft-l-a-a-tconcluded tl*e calf. “Go on, go on.” said the intruder. “My calf i* t.M> mannerly to brgiu l*b>ru t e c*tl<r lnui left i fl sp*ak:ng.” “I . ke the fellow ml yen* <V the, lawyer, and iu a triie the calf ww lei into thr stiect, aini the pk«ir lunat v—fi r such he wa*—to the jail, ;n or*!cr to await the feclamati* u of his frtHtds A Pearl from the Wing of an Angel. When from the womb of notlingncas earn® forth this gay and joyous earth, from Heaven there quickly sped an angel, all bright and bean-gful, whom mission wa* h» hover ntid watch over lids »u*w gem of thq univtTsc. One pair ofRirdwa being* trmi tho surface of i the new-l<orn planet, and they formed the golden link w hich hound it to the throne of the Eternal. Very fair wa* earth then; ami aa that happy couple wand’.Tcd over its trembling hills an*I fertile valleys, calling flowers, plucking fruit and drinking from its crystal streams,the angel, whose naros waa lunocsnce, aoftly ftipptd her snowy idniuoa an*! fotslly followed Un*m iu their mcandcrings. And St rEprbtfall, wlieu they •(•ught tlicir flowery coudi aird sunk into gvntls sluud'era, Innocenco spisl^Yver tlawt her slwl-tcring wings and nuilmgly wigchsd tU in whil»i they airpt. Ah ! and jealously U o, (if nngdscan be jwd- ous) did IiihcKt nco k*cp those viofgi ; f^r well she kn**w there lurked nearby a wicked spirit, whose name was Guilt, laimiitft with the d«*«jre to lead eetray tb‘**e two pure lifltjgs. And ere ioug he did it. Yes, into intricate patbes, strewn with thorns and rvatereil l*y Utter streams,tiutU led that once hsppy p*ir. And as Inno(*cnrs IMORENE, Tho Spanish Peasant Girl. BY MRCTBMAIIT MUtBAT. The civil wars which have dmlrBCted Spain so long and oft have given ri*e to some of the mo«l romantic incidents and scenes in real life that havo received the sanction of history. Its sons, generally bred to the use of arms, seemed never contented unless wielding the implements of warfare, and never more happily situated than wheft engaged in foreign or civil wsrs. The events of our story occurred during this |»eriod of Spani. h history, while her people were often arrayed again*teach other. It was just nightfall in the district of Arrtgon. when a way-worn and weary soldier,* with only his good and well-tried Toledo blade bv hw side, sank dow n before the door of a peasant’s ewt, too much exhausted even to ask for the refreshments which he so much needed. Scarcely a moment elapsed, however, before the inhabitants of th«* cottage, discovering his condition, were busy in admmis’ering to his wmt*. The aturdy pea-ant who was m**ter of the cot held a cun of wine to his lip*, while a young and tender girl, not quite bloomed to womanhood, swathed a bandage about his bleeding arm, ami her own and had brrn hardened by contact with placed on the sltar reared , . the world; and, in short that he cpuld heart, and she could rieVef love fg«in. never make so sweet and gentle a being hippy. She had no reply for his eloquence but* a single pearly tear-drop. The soldier, w hile at the eot. had #aid little of himself, as it regatded his former life, while Imorene and her parents were Don Mm *nr,o had been drinking deep one day, and at a Ute hour came to Imo^ rene’s apart tied. She m»w his rgnlNf state, and trembled as he ckme to hef tide. ** | A.s j *Come, my pretiy one -give rot akiss.' •Nay, signor, I pray you respect my tearfully la-bekl tWn follow their evil aru! bathed his temples with coo! jspring water (VulwrkuHl, Md. [*Ju«*o IV, mr.H j John t. wogdside; MAM'rACS’'UULR ARL Li ‘II !’• IR umvLcmvim dteam Saw Mill, svsrsaf*« 'tr'M&ui OUMBfiltUAND, MO. August? IMS. J AMES P. WH1GHT. US«IES I* WATCHES. Cft*x:ivS. JEWKLRY, SIL\ Eft ANt» PUATKO w ARE. E. . Utltins’irs street, n**r the Hq>**re, CssiWrlssit IT. M AGILE. m MAsvrACTuaEfcor fjy COPTt’ft A SO HUKET'lliOS H ATE. Or-lsis from • dUU»r* s ill t»s pe»»ii|illy flll*j4. Weintn«s' Kov.lLUititoii »tre* t«< uml*r»lsse. ROSE HILL CEMETERY. tKUSOSK desiring L*pun base UurUl I<ots in this Cemetery, will pleatsap|tly t -Mr. du- I ........... &ar k " r ” “ Jan. 2, Hup* riou udtsiU PRRIRNVlin KETTUi, 4I,SO**AR r»tUHS , ’Self .Se»lif.grsssa«C J irs, P*r (usssrting frrsii Eru*l snU T«S«s* (.,»«. Ghil irs**’# Caha.anB s vsr«#t* «f t1«*ua# k*rpi«( •uirlii. THOd. JOHNt. Cumbsrlan*!, Aug. 21, Ihfii- Cloftkr! Clock*! I < '!* »c ks ! !! ALtROR sns.*rt(M< r*« of * ( W.v su.l 111 hour Cluck,tu bsksC.Cheap JJ,’ r //iVtLK**, Oetfl-tf. Ita^imoreBt ,near tb* Urpol. .1 KW ELRY. RKW UIVI.KE. LATENT PAtlllON. e fAUE undersigned has Jn«t retnmesl from tbs I eastern ritfss with swell selected assart tnenl of ll»e im*»l .... . .. yASUlONAHLE JEMMLUY ri<iw wa> n, ta wbieb lie iwvlt* s tbs special »!♦«• < ion of 11 }•* ••( us ws*>Ii»uM Uire 1 0 f. Id, llsIt. Rt..«pp*.*i.s Ci‘f Hsnk. COFFEE HOAhl’l’UH I COFFEE llOAtiTK.ItS (t AI.L and art lbeiii. and sl«.» Old fV.mia'uo / rogee Puis,and Old Uwnnuloa Tea Pots.asd li,**» Cradles 'IIIOWAN JOHN*. CutuLe* l»u*l, t’eb It |C. T. * I r, lisa] WIIXIAM BLAKE, MERCHANT TAILOR, Adjoining Bt-lvide** Hall, ttsllimoru slieel, Cui berlsad, kid. AUGUSTUS SMITH, Cabinei Maker and Undertaker M. MacMAStc Nrassr, Cvuaaatasu, Mo. e|S»|B «i ode* sig ac*l respect fully lafurms ihepub. 1 lie. Ihsi lie has coinmtM*d kusliicss •»Ms wsil.buuwtt Bitsp furmeily *opslj*r|i# bf hit fa-her, wheis Us will keep on haml, »a« inaoulaf » urs tu urdu,, die vert<*uesr(i< Irs **f I’lWiwl r u». uilors. su<*n «, Hurnsua, IL:ilsleads Tables, «e. jgplls k»a a 4 >*0 ItgkftWC. •»•» i» poqisiiMM ih iks to ut’lar, the various dsscr Ipllaas ol * Or-CIMN } auJ ks willallead •« all duties of as uo-dsrtsksr AtJOUATCR UMtTH. . N. B -lie srilt attend funerals la say parlaf Iksoosslftsr la »*t# adjoining counties **f V|». giaia aad PeansyIvania. A. •- Cumbsriaad kept, t»,IM»N. /'OWN PLANTER*. ly garmeis are lavlled lo • all aad ass tka HEW *»rn|IN HI.AN1 LR«” now oa hand. Tkay dropssj r.or,L limn. TIIOB. JOHstk, May II. ror. Cealra a*d Balt Sts. CALL AKD’S E E THE AEW STYLE JEWELRY .1T J p WPIIIHT’S ft A Baltimore Slieet I OH N II. YOUNG, naaits iv WOOD AND GOAL STOVES A*t|i wAtenrarwruBn «*r , TIN.C()l»t»i;H Jk BMKUT-IUOS W IKE IVirlirtitur nli*** *i *n J ! «'i t>> tmler** fr**m abroad. J "i tue iHMwe, fur 1 Di thiakiu the tiiun tiica ye St »re tut ft.tlttni<>re street, near IfijlvMkre llrli, h,\e won't esvsj * ik*w. any rfky. IB My, sairo l»«-ult uf tbs i*"k*r, »n’ wlun I’ll alc>u !«r the invtln n pH late the daylights out o’ ’iru." M tt threw tho bundle u%< r his slu*'!? ler, mul trUlftrUy tu pl.«y “St. Palrivks d yin t!*« itmrtuiig” cm it. Ilt«ldy struck about tisree ■>• »<•* <>f that popular Irish air, and suJtkmly cUpjuJ x claiming: “What sniills so quare, Mat? It’a Ukin’ n;c brith away wldtltu p<jwc-r uv it. Ocii, murtlwr, Mat; sura aa’ ye lave tic dtvil in th *vk." Bate the oul>l hatheu. then j yea Ml nivtr lave • Utter ehancv. ftatu iitu teuua eff 'mi; lather ’im like bl.wcs, me darlint 1“ Augh !' •*>* Bully, ‘ Ftu Joii.Lu' «ul de power uv 'im. Ctist ’im otf yea, Mat “Huwly bt. ratlsal” attya Mat, throwingtlnvn the sack ; “Ruldy, tlie baste is a p* h-iat! lotvt th« house or yea’ll bs kitt intircly. Murtucr .*11*1 turf, bow tlie baytheu amills. IX h, Itid*iy Maloney, a putty kittle «i' fish yes mads of it, t*> U sure, to be miatakin' that little divil for a hamunUaw cat f* Mat, fi.rt tlie live o’ 0*»1, if yea convauivot L> tb«d**>r, be attiu r o|*ei»iit’ it, fi»r I'm uarely rhnkwd wid ’im. * krh, Bukly Maloney, ba*l Iik k to y**a f»*r lavin’ <»u'd Irrlatul, to l« niurther«>d in litla wsy liowly Mary, jurtiot ine! Mat, I’m clatte kill intirvly—take me out o’ tli Mat drow luv uut iloors, and tlwii broke fi*r tbs pump like a quarter borw, ri«wly fidloweil ly Hi My. “HI,me, tl.at little Vill.dn 1 ideaj the divil in tirvly ; lie’a ruined me house, an’ kdt Biddy, an’ put me out o’ tons ate wid ttn-wrlflora month t come. Ot’b, the *!e. airin’ vagat-one, b'd luck to him," and Mat plunged 11# lead into the (torn*-!r<>ugh up to hU simuiders. “Get mil o’ tiiat, M-t, I’m nearly bUud,” and Biddy went under tlm w:it1»er. “Oeb,the mur-ti.urtn’ baste," says Biddy, sputtering tln» water out of her inoUtb, “me U»t |« Unuat ts spiil to-tirely. Mat Malom*). divdattap wdl I ivir b**t|* yea tu ait for a rat agaiu.” “Jloii’t tbroubta yerself. MUtrrws Malopey, ye’ve p’aytsl the *Uvil a# it is. Nivir fear me aaiu’a ktp’urth u* yer as'istaure, It’s uath’ral fool ye are, to be takin’ a baste uv a pete-cut fur • house rat.” Mat aiid Biddy went cautiously bark to tire eabiu, from which the offensive quadruped lad taken his departure, T! ings were turned out of d #>rw, ftuldy’s petticoat buried, tlie bed, which foriunatelv oraped, moved to a near tu'ipbbor’s the si •ve inovtcf oiiLdde, »n*l fi-r a w<ek ttiey kept house out of doors, by wbkh limn, by dilit • •f lard ai rubbing, uatddug, ami airing, tla boitse was regderwl one# im.ro Ipibitatde, but treaclicrous gtiide. she slowly unfurled her soft pinions, all glittering in tho gohlvu light of Heaven, and sadly srtirel bin k to her native skiea. But a# her wing fi-r the last time fanned tint I row of tlie fairest of her charge,there dropped from its ghtU-riiig feathers the ymii of'LJe, wbi'b sunk deep into the bleeding b**nm of lbs niiegnidcd one. That |«*url, like the true magnet, is ever drawing the wanderer bark from tlie tiroruy patia into wldch Guilt bad lad liev, and as site retraces bsr st< p# tiie magic peari iu btr bua*>m draws afu r her. her c«|ually misguided partuer. F.vr.RYPAT AiiM DiTira.—To Httnnpt to borrow* money on tb« pica *.f extrome poverty. To ark tl c pubinl * r of a r.ew ja riodicai iiow many usmlcr^ he sell* a w« k. To make yotrselvr* grm-rally dlrftgrecablc, and w< n Ur why rrnotis will visit y<*o, uoiras they gain son - |>a!pahia wivauUgc by >t. Tv sit sbi* cti: / in to* c-1*1, lH*. av,st* yon w n.’t have a fire till November. To judge vf p' ’pU-’s p.. ly by tlo ir atUanlaued nt church. Th* s«*Hicr could only lo^k hi* thank*, sitti itig laiguidly ujmjo those who were tending hist. Hi* wound waa deep, aod it b ei so pofuscly that the cottager wa* obliged to rtisw him in his aturdy arm* and bear him in«ide the cottage, for he could no longer supjxjrt himself. The little household was all a bustle and confusion to prepare proper aid and comfort for the wounded soldier. The matron wa# bu*y h *re, the fathei there, and the daughter in another place. He was carefully watched that Bight, but ere the next day’s sun had set tlie soldier had become deiir ous, and his wound presented to the eye# of the inexpetienced cottager* the mo»t fearful appearance, and, rrai-oning from flu*, they feared that it mu«t prove fatal. Hut ihe truth wa* that the fever that now raged in hi* veins wa* more from fatigue, |o«« of blood and consequent autlrring, than from the immedinle character o| the sword-wound that had di-abled hi« arm. D#y alter day p*-#ed, and atill the -•ol-dier lay in a halt-dormant state of lethar-“v the fever struggling with hi* constitution, one dev serrr i, “f »* tl ough il mu-t too considerate, humble* a* they were, to lonely situation ; I beseech you—’ seek for that information which it was evident the soldier did not desite to communicate. But now, a* Imorene Ml by his side, and realized that he was about to l»-ave her, site could not but a-k : •And where is ynurhome. 8enor Go-rnez V for thus he had given hit name to tire cottager. •In Valencina, Imorene. Ah, Imorene/ continued he, pressing her hand within hi* own, ‘1 could wi»h Uut mv life bad ’Bui one, • atngle ktsa, Imorene, foT good night.* ’Signor, signor/ I am alone and defenceless—a poor weak gjrl. You woold not strike me dumb with fear/ •But one—1 must and wilt have one/ •Hold’’ she cried, rafting her t»Ot«prea<f hands toward* him. ‘You are strong and can compel me to this indignity, but—' •What ring is that F interrupted th# cavalier, a* hi* eye* by chance rested up* r« been dl'JerenUy ca.-t # that I might dare to her hand, where they «eerrcd rivetc*! lovn tbea and wed thee. But, it #7 I am unworthy of fhv love; and yet, within this hour, I realized"how sweat has been ‘Alas!’ answered Imotviit, gilt of one who was kind to me ‘Let a*t ace it/ faidf)r»n Mdfs it 1. « the naeo, half the brief period I have dwelt with thee; | aohe red at ro.m surpri-c ocffri’ncd hy thd and a1a% that I do love thee unwittingly*’ jewel. After a moment’s examination •# th© ring, the t *rafter, with ^ren ing amate. ment, retnrned it and left Imorene ai The foflowring morning, when he left, he gnve the cottagers the content* of hi* purse, reserving a mere trifle for hi* journey : and, pressing a small but costly ring upon Imorene, as a parting gift, he touched hi* lip- to her forehead, and wended hi* way on the mountain road toward* hi* distant home at Valencia. • * * • • • Six month* had passed since the wounded -oi lier left the hospitable cottager#, when one t f th' -e deva-titic.g tornadoes peculiar to the climate swept over the spot, and left not one vestige standing of that peaceful habitation. Cattle were destroyed, vegetation blighted; everything wa* a wrtck; and, via# / with the test, wa* lost Imorene’# mother—herself and lather alone escaping. What should they do—whither go! Imorene soggcsted Valencia. The father was hall brokeo-hr art- ro » * nn ®*ncrrn to aenver tier up. ed by the loss of his companion and his P f ‘ r<>, ‘ ptorRy refused to do. Nor would once alone. As much rorpmed a# delighted at thi#, the poor girl seen a*levp in innocent repose, hot wa* asL; again with the morning hgH By •<>* e unlucky chance .-he di-tvveV'* .•» \r, • guarded dcor, rhr*>ugh which -he hu»ri*»d down the garden paths, and hm the gri und*. was -o**u «the j t'srs walls, and hastening insirus the r.»i^i» hormg convent ol 5*»n»ariara, whc-e -he threw hcr-t It upon the protvets* n * > U»h good priest, who had #u long t»eh»er.c**ri her. The enxmoied cavalier, however *ti onre auspccted w hither Iroorepr had gone and soon satisfied hinaelf of the truth of his suspicion*. The priest waa summoned, and bidden to deliver her up. but this To k*<p y< tir clerks on mherahls salaries,, conquer him, and the n»*t porhap* grow Mas. |*ARTiv*iT«x I'ATHtrtTfe.—'“Ilnrra!” «#i I Tka a« 1 * rt a»l t!.- fiu.t iu the papers, “hcrs's O’lhti'.tu a*Uuitt«*l *■» tl« Uut**n.” “A furriu«v, I *i*u>iUi j- lge,” rstwarked Mr*. 1’ar-tu pL n, I*’** k fig very vrlwly at tt e ft#am t*i*t r •# fr.'tn tlie teacup# and f ru: • 1 iu cn*j cluud u*ar the felling, “hut I’m i/wd tl»*y'vc I t lnm asiie in to vujyy cur |«4it«i*l right* and lelt* and *»th*r pri -gativ<*i. Tbeer’* rw m enough and the ie,*r *»f our iustitutioti* shouhl le ex-n u*l 1. 1 d<*u*t hel’sve a man should Ic cut • 4t inaaiu* h« w*»o'i jt»i in this c*mntrjr t--r twiuty gut rm-.tr, which of coor*«* wasn’t any fruit of his, for every body would to bom here if llivy c*>uld t.sie tiiotr own action uxnw/ud. “Il Piaatis," s.»ii Ike, “a ww atate.” “Welt, child," replied *he, “the odd* »* only the ditjer-cn.e—State# i r men, 'ti* all the tuiue. Let Vm c.*mn ii.toonr grand c* n-tcroatto , wi** rr tlie eagle slatl spread it* *>n*td opirion «m?r ’em, ami make ’em happy in an imlimit I Wdn™** of brotherlar-l. Ike tie Sian.roo twin*.” bis-had not taken her eye* from ttasUam that rose rroin the cup*, and joined in one clmd, that *M‘Ui<*l to ropo-wnt the Union she waa dejiict-iug. Ike had a letter ilhntration, for la took the five preserved jieacltes on the plate, and put Um-iu all ibtounc. I x li an Tactic*,—Those who suppose, say* tlie UalvoMtou ttrn’oiM (its Indians ou the frontier of Texas to bs destitute of craft an«l courage, iu the prov -nt'on of their depredatlotM should u.'te tbs foilnwiug inciil at, a# related to tlie editor of th* lYetferm JV/n* t*y Mr. Ku*m, who arrived with the Ban l>*ego mail, last u«*?k. ’idie train near Fort Quitman on the ftin Grand*-, had a slight t-ruMi with Indiana. It M*-m* that two of tlie Mexieau# wliis engaged in guarding their inuh-s, tutJee«| amu-thing Uiutiog to tic tall gr.v*#. Hupp****** tl Li I*. enUftte* tley t*s*k i>ut I llU- itot.c*- ot it. Shortly an Indian t*<nk hold *t one Ot the -l,ike rtqa*# within t few fivt of on*- of tho M« xi #ns, and eri* 1 hmh evidently expecting that the Mexicans w«*ull rnrt; but in thi* he was mistaken.— The Mexiian held hi* six *!*>* -ter near the head <tf th- Indian, aud shut him d< w*l on the spot. Tbs other ludi »n in a moment shot th* Mexican with three arrows, un.ut.Ld a her#**, r***!e direct through cau.p upon the run, and a# he- p*- «*1 a person o**vered up with tw*» blanket*, lie Messed bu*h tla blanket*, stooping as He went, and •*-eAix*’, Boom «x Government malm ware driven nffiUid the Indian* croeaed the Rio tiraiulu iuto Mexico. 10* TH* tire department of Paris, like tlie police, i* a military orgsniojiLon, andr**u»uL of I.Ooo men, it* members are drawn frmn the army, ami Are uu hr t!*e control of tlie Mini*-t**r of War, except wln-n on duty a- firemen, w leu they oUy tine order* of th * prefect polies. and tons qu ntly are ofiietsut me a, And Are care- and wonder at tlicirrol hu.g you. Not to g** t • tad uktu you are tired and ah ej.y, becanse it i* rot 1**1 time, Tu tell your own ae* retian*! expr< t otVr pe... pie to kevp them. Tu expect t e ake people h< ii( »t bv hank-n-ing thtm In jell, and afterwards sending th^m j adrift without tie n.rm s gf fitting w> tk. ’i-j fan* y h tiiog ■* * heap h*.-. ;*u»e a low price is aekul f »r it. To k*-* p ad q or cat on #h at all *wan*<* and complain of itaixing a ti.ief. To i xpoct vair trail "4p<*.pie will give you a long credit if they Otstaiionally sen you in a shahhy comlittm. Tu arrive at the age of fifty and be surprised al any vice,,64k 01 slvurdity, y<atr fi.«lluw-cr«-A-toraa may U- gdlty of. »*%. i^W» Ufm, of Ly*io#*hiie, in hi# b,o turo oo Fjrypt, relate* some remarkable tricka that wer»* pcrfi-tuisd by an Arab msci-asa: A t#iue wa# ihnd-xl t*> th*? jMfty fi r imspec* tion, and pr*>v«fl t#s It a plain stick, on which tije kn >U *»f lit})** wcrw voalje; <-n roturuing it to the tot.jnrm ig*wsv«-r, it b* ;*n*c a a* rja-nt, which w rigglciabout for a fi w moments and then suddculy,Wc.ime a #ti< k .tgim. This trick which i* said L bs a c*4i*mon o.*e anxiiig the Aral*, was r* p-ited mom! tin ***. Tlot i.«*xt trick was inordstartling. A his. k llpiur wa* p.mre-i into a M’a hand, and m it. as m a mirror, <«ne of Mr, Lymi’a cnmpSM'H*#, a native **f S-aith CarolitiA beheld a ri*«- tdanialimi of i.i# own State, auf liia fatln-r who h i# been d* ad for many year*, riling through the field utt horse-la*.k. ’ | |ifiT*Two young m* n, one fr m Bergen an*! on* front lioldtsb. while viewing th® work no the F.nr tunnd, thnmgh ft rg« n I till, o# Monday, Httcniptrni to «h*ae* d shaft No. 8, when -ne of the hi.llerabrok-, prsripH itlng them lot** tits water *t a jtrooi «U-|>th. Tlwy managed t-* Stipjiort ila mv lvc# on *MiC cud uf tft- ladder, which l*’l upright, ami by cries of murder and help, drew* the St*mHon<j a l#t#»r**r living neir. w*Vt* re#cusl tl.eni in a w«*t and IhmiiisM coii-dit? *u, the wnt*-r being v* rv e 11, With lit the a . #t oie* ot the fntv-rvr tliey Bid have p r.ahotl in a sh«>rt tivie. Oxi r Fitni a I.aww.r.—There U a little thr**- )e .r **1| buy in N< r»«1k, Crinneetfeut, al-re.t ly #< t apt^t for the h->•! imiMno, the <ia-/* It* says ; lU ing taken tu Kami with a switch after having lern findiiddeii t*‘ pick another |*ear from a fav< dwarf tree, Im* indignantly exclaim*!, “Mnnuna, I lisl jot k off tlw pur— yon cnuse and see if I *bd.” Knro enough li* didn't, lie simply stond there and »t»- it, and tho core wa# still dnugiicg from tlis stem ! ing more feeble in ite influence. fm»»rene, the daughter of the cottager. wa» untiring in her delicste attention to ibe *trang* r ; night and day she watch-d by hi* side, smoothed hi- pillow, ba’hed his brow, or motstened hi# (arched lip*. True, he aeemed scarcely to reali** these kindness, es, yet a amile sometimes lit up bis pale and haggard features while lu.oreue wa# by hi* side. A strong constitution and youth at length prevailed over the fever, and day Hv dvv the «oldier gradually improved, until at !a»t he w as able to go once more abroad. And now, attended by that gen-!.’<• childlike form, tliat f* ■' v ‘ afehed L*** i... nigh leJiou- Itver, the - -I • i ** r wan ’■ i-ed through shady groves, and over hii.-Uie and through deiis musical with tuhbimg fountains, and fragrant with flower*; and here they would -it down together, and he would tell her of »ttrh gadsnt deeds of arms, and auch stone* of true love, and misfortunes, and bliss, that i»-ior Imoren* wa* lost in bewilderment at hi* eloquence, and dwelt with rapture* upon the real melody of bt* fine voice. Through all hi* character there ran • tender melancholy, and he half •corned he hear of sny bribery or offer, as a remuneration,if he would return tbs girl to what the cavalier called her home. At last, finding that his mode of attack availed him riothiug. the cavalier unmasked hie soul and told the prir*t that, unlea* she wa* returned to him before night, he would surely take hi* life; that he cared nothing for his sacred office, and that he would not be thwarted. The priest knew full well lb# revengeful character of thmman, and, though unmoved by Ida threats, yet he bethought him that He ml^Lt make some arrange- all. He cared not whither they went and so »*n loo‘ they turned their way towards the dfttant citv, which Imorene believed held him she loved. She hardly expected to find him, or if she did so, she knew not that he still loved her ; but then the thought that she wa# so near to him— the idea that she mighf pu##ibly *re him, gave to her loving heart incitement enough to carry her fhither over mnunfain and plain, with willing though oftentimes weary feet. A* length they came in sight of Valencia, with it* Moorish loMrtr.jr Sf***’’. »*• .. . r minv turret*, palace-and publir buildings, ment by which be could prevent nny deed But here they were !o«t in the labtrit.th ot ?f violence, and vet piesrrve IttCiOLe street*, and the giddy mates and turmoil of the city. They had come without any definite purpose, and were now entirely destitute of mean*. Want stated thro* iu the face, until finally bv aome good fortune the father engaged hi* services to a noble a* gvrdr.er, and so arranged the contract that il afforded him e'rod aceorn-odslion* for both him*elf aud (motone. Time passed on, and the father’s skill begin to manifest If to the lordly owner# eyes. He wa* piea-ed, and vi«ited hi# servant's rottage at the end of the garden, where Imnrrne and her father liTfd. The nwnerof these land* ami garden# wa* astonished v hen he found blooming within hi* palace wall* a flower »> beautiful a* the peasant girl. He wa* spell bound by her exquisite sareeUtevaof features, the delicacy of her beariug, and the sylph-like grace of her form. The father w a* aurpn-ed at the earne»tne»i of Don Moranzo's question* concerning hi# child; and perhnp* a troubled thought a ____ crossed hit mind when hr* noble ma*ter the very word* he often lum-elf uttered, turner! away from the cottage door, and but she knew little of human na’ure ami walked back to the palace. tu'itla-r Mat nm Ikddy has furguUtu tlw“#traiig« lully trained and drilled iu gyiunaatie exercise*. ' e *** ___________ ____________ | They are enrolled for the number of year* a* “Hold n*. Dab.”—-The Fiqu (». C.) ItepUter w-idier* in Ilia army, and c*%t the treasury an- lias the fi-lluwing, In a recent issue, doseitbifig nually ItlO,000 franca, a little over §100,00©,— “SLsS: j 1 ** ! Ttn-y wear nnifi*rn», Uiu- eaasiutura jocksU but- 1 Quite a revival U ia*w In progrorw at the Aft i * t _ vTT rieai. chnroh it tins city. \Ve were present a l'" uU,ou * ®f * h « “*»«•« few evenliifw since, and witneswed, will* mueh stuff msd* and a brass «ap. Titey have pr.it fu-alion, thi lr earnest ih ‘*i4i*>it. Of Ihc in- * s strong bather strap round 1Wr hudlc*. in rhh nts we camM fail to n. ta *hw. A brutla-r , • k th k - Hngf and by which lla-y eau wasaupt'H<stU«g the throne, ri.quetuly, wh»u T , i r ? , - an* tht-r hroilter eali«-«l out in a s’eulurtau vidie; *** auspendeii. I h* ur prun tp.d arm ta a lire axe, • \Y ho dat praying oherd u ?” No theatrical perf* vmauoe lake* plaiw, nut evea * The uspia'se w aa ‘Hat*# brotlwr Mom V | » r ch«ar#a!, wh. ther during the day ur uight, “Hold on d*r, brudder M«se! was ttw die- - ut » u tu __ turn uf the former. ‘ y*ai let brudder Ilyau pray | H ha’s better ’qaaintol wid da ft *rd dan you an Brudder Mmw dri 4 up, aud bnakfor It) “A rtiffin sli*»t at me last night,” said a p- tmriou# geufieiAcn, “an*l my iifw w.u» sav* *! by the strikii.R a silver dollar in my pocket." “Whoever take# true aim at your heart i* very certain to hit a dollar,” said one who knew him. You c**ng out again this eveuing, Mr. T**u>pkius?” “Yes, n»y dear, to a stag party at Mr, CrunitsalY" “Stag |t«rty—humph—I giina y**u lutau stagger party, you brute. Thi* woe a slaggrrer aud Tompkins slumped into hi* but 4s, •hr An mn ki*q#T, dserving a postillion with only "tar rpur, in<|Utied the »«»«. “Why whst wouhl be tiie use of am4her," said ti e postillion; “if ii*e tide of tl# burse goes, tlie uibrr can't lag Is bnal.” me also present at publio gjkwla |N Bfail." ami b4B } every where in fact,'over which the ptdice ex-temls iu pruteviUwt »ud iu scmtiuv. When tfty arrive at the place on wluih tl*ejr stand §ij*Aigument# are tin salt ef life; but as salt guard, they first try all the hydranUand water- i# g<«4 at a pim’h, and wA iu butk«U full, you v# k*, to asceriaiu that there is no difficulty in a! ouM n< t uiguu ovt r n tu h. the supply of water. | “Why do you carve such small alicea?’* sard a friend to that “old seined gentleman," 1> I. I’ “That 1 may have the ph aartiu of helping my guest* the oUew-r,” was th# aourtonu# wpiy. ___ tar "WiwNre wa# I.' said a little urchin, one day to his Brother, aa ha atmai gariug upon his drunken aud prostrate pa, ‘where waa 1 when v »u married pal why oidn’t you take rue ahm I euttkl have pkked uut a beiu r man then i fc* JMTA Allow found guilty of btirglary. U ftre Justiue Day, iu (rolaud ol served that bia fata waa singular, that ha lost by Day what ha got by id^d. B0.It waa a maxim of General Jack son’s wmnmiB time tu deliberate: hut w h<m thA ho«r of itftWu arrivt-a, stop Oiinking and fi is," nothing of the world, and c uid not see this. A discriminating observer would have thought him a man di#gueted with the world, and yet he was, sreminfiy, ton young for «uch a conclusion, lie might he twenty-five or twenty-*ix—not older. There wa* some singular reason why he should still remain at the cottage, now that he had been well enough to have walked a doxen league* if uacas^ary. it was not lova that kept him there, for, though Imorene loved him so deadly that every look and motion betrayed the language of her heart, yet the eoldier, though uniformly most gentle, considerate, and attentive to her, never spoke of love. Months had passed since the wounded soldier first aat himself down before the peavant'e door. Ilia pwrse had been sufficiently well filled to enable him amply to pay for the shelter he had enjoyed, and indeed the cottager th ought so agteeabb-aud profitable a vi»itor quite a g id-rend to bis house. One day, a stranger passing that way, the soldier accosted bun, and waa for a I ng while alone with him, deeply engaged in conversation; and when the traveller had passed on he wa* moody and thoughtful, until at list fie fold Imo-reue and her father that he mn*tbid them (arewelt, and once more juin m the noi*r ami bustle of the limes. O, aball wre aee yon no mor#?’ asked Imorene, with a heaving brea#t and tremulous voice, that startled the soldier, 'I mu*t go to my friend* and my home, I am needed there/ be answered. . 'Perhaps you will sometime return this way,' suggested the cottager, 'and then we may sit down one# more together/ •1 trust it may be so/ waa the calm re* ply of the now thoughtful guest. At that raomeut his eyes fell upon those of Imoreue, aud, starting a* though an arrow had pierced his side, he taid: Come, gentle one, let us walk one* He therefore said; •One wvy, and one w ay only, will I deliver up to you this a.aid.* •Name it.* •In the presence of the duke/ •The Duke P •Ay.’ • •It's- useless to annoy him.’ ‘It is the only way.’ *'T»s well. He w ill right me, and com-#, maud that tbi* perverse gu! do give n.*.-her hand in mariiag#*/ Within tb» *c two hours, then, we wilt ii.ret you at th* o urt.* *'Tt* weff. Pl.iy me no trick, eta# thy life shall he the forfeit' The priest procured proper apparel for Imorene. and in due time led her t#sa«rd» the dursl pslare, where hi# «aer«d, garb gave him ready admission and audienc# with the duke. Already wa* Don 3fo-ranro there, and already* had he (old bia -lory to the duke. who»at in state with his officer* about him. And now, as they entered, Ihc officer a ho#* duty it waa to do ao called upon the priest to apeak for his charge before ihe duke, and show more through these loved and long to be H well.' f* remembered acenes Don Aloranxo h «d a bad name m Valencia; he was a dark and moody-spirited man—one whom few like to cross, still fewer to be intimate with. Hi* principal claim to thr honor in which he wa*> held in tlie di-trict and court wa* owing to hi# immense wraith, di#hone»t'y enough obtained no doubt, but oft purchasing for him what he could not have otherwise acquired. When we say that Don M* ranxo wa* loved by none, and feared by urariy ill, we have told hi* chaiactrr. The only friend the peasant Gomardo and hi* daughter had made in Yairuria was a frier of the couvent of Santa Clara. He watched over Imorene a* carefully as if the had her n hi- outy daughter. A few month* after the introductitwi of Inrorme to Don Mortozo, he had in hi# vitenese planned tl»e dishonor of Ina beautiful dependant. AH hit advances had been met with such calm but lirrn disregard, that he wa* at first dftconcerted ; but suddenly her father wa# taken ill, and •rekened will* fearfot rapidity, until dtath came to the relief of hi* suffering*. There wa* something about the sudden death of her father that struck thepiiest as mysterious. He had very suddenly •tckeued, and died in a manner that to hi* experienced eye seemed to indicate that be bad been poisoned. Whether this wa* intentionally done, or otherwise, he knew not, nor could be conjectute, save by inference ; and yet there waa a lurking tU'picion in hi* mio*l that Dm Moraaxo knew som-tbing more of his gardener’* decease tha t he wished to acknowledge. The priest strongly suspected foul play, and that the unprincipled ea*R«i«r bad taken summary means to rid himself of the gardener% praseuce, in order to ac-coropiUh hi* dcaigus upon the meoeent and unprotected girl. Thi* was indeed the ca-e. for she wa* al once removed to her own h»u*e, and placed under the Mrict H .. _ guard of domestic who knew their master’s belWeT bid all fare- pleasure, and wh»hsdfoeo taught In «o*i-j Rider his slightest wt»!t as their law. Here A aecret seemed In reveal itself to the i th« peasant girl waa moat miserable.#* soldier as they sat now together beueath j Though y«ut»fl *®d confiding, she could a bank, where oft they had sat brfore for, not mi*t«ke the fearful situation in which hour* together He read now the heart ! *he found herself. She aaw her ffanger, of the gentle one by his side, and, plsc-; but, alas! shy knew of no wsy to avoid it Ing an arm about her waist, and looking Even the piiej int> her blushing fare, he won from her to see her, an»l the secret*. And then, a« if his whole Struck with feeling* at once chanped he told her that aud tubdue/ he waa unworthy, vastly unworthy, of her Moramu at tender and viriuou* affection; that his Had anmethmg been a wild and reckle#s life and hi# hand# eve in battle had often been lifted to tptil hie ' would fellow*’ blood that he had travelled much, loved reason why h* should not consent’tBt union with one so Vastly above her in fortune anffbtood, and thua benefit herself. •May it p!ei*e you, noble duke, this gentle maid is an orphan—friend!#** hut for m*—and pure and innocent as tho morning dew. This man—this Don Mo-ranzo— i* a bold, had man; nay leant not for th* frown of him or any other.— The maiden love* him n**t. Morn than this her young heart love* another deeoi-edlf, my noble duke. And for three plain and #impl# roewi* I claim her re * it *!-e from any ar.d aft re*pon#ihii»ty to this man. •Wher# i* lie whom the maiden iovaaf’ a*ked the duke, calmly. At that moment there ra*g ihr ugh the courtroom of th*> palace b eeream so ebrilt and piercing that exery on* ‘prang to M* feet, white Imorene, throwing hark the abundance of dark eurl* that *crepf«ed I., face, looked toward# the chair of htnrtr where stnod the duke, now a picture ,( amazement. •It i» he—the Signor Gomez ** •Imorene .*’ ejaculated the duke, springing forward ju»t iu time to Mippait her fainting form. ‘Imorene, it i« rn<ie#0iLv friend aud lover—mi I* ng**r the poor wounded soldier, hot if thou wilt m per. mit, thy futuit husband, the Duke ok \ a* lencia/ Imorene revived at once. On thaf breast she was hsppy indeed, She feared nothing now, I bough »he rubbed *a though hei heart would break Turning to D»>« Moranxo, the Duke afid : •Your suit add audience are ended, and you may retire, signor/ To the good p’»c*t he presented foff warm thank* and • substantial evidence of hi* regard, and leading Imorene In hi* chair of stale, h* seated her by bis aid© and declared her the future Duch©©* of ▼ ilfllwH# Govbbhob MiaxiV AY •Hia Ricelleney* •bop ©I LeeomptoB buiber i* a black « Judge Elmore, following i“ ‘ Ciov,
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