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   Democratic Alleganian (Newspaper) - March 26, 1859, Cumberland, Maryland                                Win. YVi'ticr .V Son. THE ttlinlVTY OP TUB PKOPI.K----TIIK SOVEREIC.NTy OF'THE STATES----THE PERPETUITY OF THE .VXiqtt. VOL. XXIV. 3io., SATURDAY, MARCH BY WIST. W222EH SO3ST. 'I Kit MS. One copy, Ifiro Dollars per annum, hull" yearly In advance. YVhvti iljliiyeil until nfttr the expiration of tlio yt'tiiy 2W j Osr.W TIIK V.-M n uove. j incident lit tile fi.url Itfmi in Mil'crsliurgh m-t The APcarl fromtlioWfrt'ofaa Angel. AVUen from the womb of Vitbinjjncis IMOHEIIE, The Spanish Peuaact Girl. her on n and had beea hardened by contact 'with placed "on the n ured in her Ihe world; in short tl.at he .couid heart, and the could ni-ter never make so sweet and gentle a being Dm Moianzo had been ur.nkiog one day> and at a UK' hour cairn- lo l  to tiie L.'tr whetilhey wtru KojM'l-d sheriff. Ci> away, 1" cxelaimeil that irate ftiuetiynary "take youm.-ifaj.d calf ufT btlore are Uutu t.ilien to prison. ,.vji: yi-'r.-, -noire" s-Mtl the wan extending nowety c Tnniceiice t a ease in this ytre diurt, and llii.s i icljtal witness, rvc.broiigtit him ciere he won't ye, old fel- -1'vo to njteak and replied the calf. the Judge, "take th.-.t. man and liiscnif out of the court, lie must tot be all t'j disturb the cuurt, ftnd inter- rupt the K-gal geiitk-nian'p------" wud the eillf. "I've g.it a cue in this yers asain comnienccd the iutruder, and this is my princi- pal 3'vc bronchi------" Up jumj'cd the'ecuiiiiel with an rinoO" "Vour honor, if ibis is lo continue, I rjitist quit the court rooni. I'm not tu be insulted in tbe tlic ea'f. "Co on, go said the intruder. "My maniiL-rly to begin U'fiMlf- t'tiifr bus have a fire till M To r.t church. To and v ut to go lo they slept. Ah and jealously too, lie jeal- ouh) tiid JniiiH-cncokitii I'UIJBC vii'.s; fur well she knfc-.v there lurked near by u spirit, wlinpe was (Juilr, burumr; with Uie di-sire to lead those two pure ere long ho did it. Veri, into wilh thorns .iiid wnterctl by bitter led thiit once happy And as Tnnweiice tciu fully behcl.l them follow their evil and pinions, all in golden t-f I'.tit as her fur tbc last time the brow of the fairest charge.thcrc drop- of warfare, and never more happily silu- ateil than wlier, cngSRed in foreign or civil The events of our story: occurred during this period of .Spanish hi-lory, while her people were often arrayed was ju.-t nightfall in liie. district of Arragon. when a way-worn-and weary soldier; with only bisgootl well-trie.! Toledo, blade by his side. sankJowu bc- ;bed tlitm whilst j fore the door of a pe-asantVcot'.'too much exhausted even to ask for the -refresh- ments which he so much needed. Scarce- ly a moment elapsed, howevcr.Tjeibrc the inhabitant? of :hi: collage, discovering his condition, were busy in ailminis'crin" to his want-. The sturdy peasant who was ma'tcrof the col held' a cup of wine to his lips, while a young and tender girl, not quile bloomed lo womanhood, swathed a .bandage about his bleeding arm, and 'bathed temples with cool.sprihs water. The soldier could only thanks, smiiing languidly upon "those who were lending him. His wound was ilcrp, and ii bled so profusely that tup cottager was obliged to rsise him.in his sturdy arms iyjd fruiu Klitttrin? fentltrrb lise jtwrl u'hich irito the bowiin of That iwarl, like the true ing the wanderer buck from tiie tiitiruy into wh'i-h (Juilt liad It-d iier, and as retraces stcjis t'ue magic in litr bosom draws nfu-r lic'r. her j-artner. ty bor- and bear him cottage, for he be harrmnUws "Mm, fnrc the love God, if yrx convanien to thu door, be afthtr openin' it, for I'm narcl, id 'iin.' Och, Hiddy 'j, bad luc' Clocks of 3 .lay Oet23-tr. IliljimorrSl ..ncjr Ihc from tlic To i TTi iw correE n llicm. nl.r, Olil IJ. 15- [C- T. 1 r. lAM MKHCHAXT TAILOR. AHi4intnir lierlatid, Md. o Hall, IJalUmoro Curt- _____ AUGUSTUS Cubinet Maker and Underiakcr, lo yer, for lavin'otikl Ireland, to be murlEici in this way. lltvwly Miiry, pcrlict me! Mat I'm clar.c kilt mo out o' this Mat drew her uut doors, and Iheu broke fi the pump like a qiinrlcr horse, clesely by HiiWy. "Sbure, that iittlc biitcSj tho divil ii lirely he's ruiiicd me IUHISI-, an' kilt Biddy, ni put run out o' wid uicself fora mouth t come. Oe'n, the vasabonp, 1 lo nnd Mat bis head into "Licl out o' that, I'm nearly nn Biddy went nndur tho wather. "Oeh. the mil ll.nrln' snys llislily, sputleiing tlie out of her mouth, "mo best.pvllicoat is spilt it tirely. Mat Malotiey. ilivil a will I i help lo sit fur a eat again." llnn't thrmiblc ye'vc played llie divil as it is. Nivir feur nit axin'a la'p'orlh o'yet aisislancc. It's imlh'r.d ye nre, to be takin' n nv a pole-cat fur n honsu cat.'' Mnl and Biddy went cautiously back to the cabin, fri-m which the ofi'ensive quadruped Imd tfikcn his departure. wore turned of d'M'i's. petticoat burietl, Ihc bed, which fortunately escaped, moved lo n near neifibborV the stiixe inuvtd outside, and for a week Uiey kept lionre out of by whwh lime, by dint 'if lismi serubbiiip, washing, and airing, tlie house wns onre inoro Iiiibitntilc. but neither list nor Biddy has forgotten "cat." '.'lIoi.tioN, IIHH the following, in ft recent iss'.ie, Evr.tiVDAT An.' row nj'iney on the To jiniiii.-'iLer i-f a r.ew [H-ritHli'-vl bow many numbers he a wv-t-t. To make ditasreeable, and wi.ndtr wlr- no one .will visit you, unless they gi'iii syin" palpable auvniitage by it. j jlety their iiltiinlunee could noloncerruppbrt himself. The lit- lle household- was all a buttle and confu- sion to aid nnd comfort lor the vourjdec toldier. The matron was busy h're, the father there, and Ihc daugh- ter in another.place. He was tan-fully watched that sight, but ere Ihe next day's sun had set th> soldier hsd become delir- out--, and'bis wound presented to the eye of the inexperienced cottagers the r rnunicale. But now. as Imorene sat by 'Signor, signer' I am alone de- fide, and realized that he was about j i poor girl You would to I'-ave her, cu'.ild not but ark j not strike me dumb with is voiirhome, Si-nor Go- for thufl he had given his name to the cottager. Hut rmisj and- will have'onei' Hold she crird. ifai-injj her outspread I hands towards him. 'You are" strong and' Ah, lean compel me totllis indignity, ,-T hand within i -What is that 'interrupted tlm 'In Valencioa, Imoreue continued he, .pressing h.. his own. 'I.could -wish .that my life hsd cavalier, by chance rc.-led upnn been diSk-rc-titly liiat, I dare to her. hand, whi-re ih-.y -eerred rtyeled-.1 love th'ee .and" tbce. j: Jit is the am unwor'thvof th'v love; and'y'ei; iithini gift of one }o ,t thu' hour, I realii'.i'd'lio'.v has been f 'Lef 'see tlic brief period Lave dwelt" wilh fhi-e soberi- and alas; that I do love thce unwillingly'' The foii.T.vin; morning, when he. left, he gave the cotlagere the contents of his purse, reserving a mere trifle for his jour- ney and, pressing a smalt hut- costly rmV upon Imorene, as a pv.rtiii2 gift, he touched his lip- lo her forehead, and wen-, ded hrs way on thr inounijim road toivards hid distant home at Valencia. i Six month's had parsed since the woun- ded soldier Ii-.P. 'Ihn cottagers, when.one cf .df.vaftaling tnrnodoes, peculiar to Hiii climatu swept over i he rpoi, and left 'not. coe veslige'ftanding of lhat peaceful hi'oiiation. Cattle trovcd, vegetation blighted; everything wa's a and, .with the icsl. n-as lost Imorcnf's and father alone escaping..-. What should they her Va- U-ncia. The father was half broken-heart- d by the of his companion and his i'd at so.nc by tbj? After a mbm'erir.H esaminstJon tho the -cavalier, with >eerriin? rnent, returned it and left -Imr-rene 'at once. aloneJ As rr.urlr surprrsed- lighted at the pp'.r aslepp in innocent repose.. asltr. with (tie, unlucky chance .'she di.-coverC't i-.u Snardril dcor, through uliicli h'jrritrl.' down HIP girdi-'n paths, and. Vfft" Ihe Kniund.-', was outsidt- '.hi-' end hastf-isirif; borin? convent of Stula Clara; threw herself upon prieut, who had so her. The. enamojed cavalier.. once suspected Imorehc had zwr. and soon satisfied himself of .the. Irull'.or his suspicions. The priesl was summon-' pd; and bidden to deliver her up. but this "Take out yciiuil tlic lawyer, a.trift; tlieculf was led "n'tv, the af.ect, and u for such ln> to the jail, ortlsLT to tlif .'t'clii i ofhi- ild Le .n-a treV .ail rrisirr, I should e.ir t all. He cared.not. whither went; I'1 ib fact in the p.ipers, ,1 M tiro Ui.i.xi." "A isely'at tl'.c iti-aai lliat Mm Ihe teaeups and furir.e.l in one cluuii be "but I'm glad ihry'vo lot iiiin lie in to enjoy c-ur puiilieal rights nnd lefts other There's room enough :i the ofo'.ir iiistitnti'jns sboc'.i be ox- u'.cd. T diiil't a should be cut !I brfausc he wustl't l-j-.'.: in this country f. uiiiiv cue v.-bieb of course uny j :lul! of his, fur every body wouU la born here f llu-y could biive (heir ou-.i ncticii cunsulleil. It said Ike, "a new slate." replied she, "tl.culds is mi'.y thv or men, 'tis .all- tlic same. t.et orn Ciiine inlo etir fjnind where lie wle sb.ill j.prdad its brvail cjiif K'li over cm.' md make Via happy in an nidiiniled bor-dage .f brotherhood, like the Siall.eac She lad not Liken her eyes from tholeam tliat rose Vom tbc cups, and -joined in one cloud, that Mined to represent the "Jnirm slw depict- ing. Ike hod a better illustration, for bo" took fu'c preserved peaches on tho plate, and them all into one. Isw.vs who snpprec, sayi the Galveston Sicilian the Indians on the fron- tier of Texas to be destitute of- craft and conr.ige, kwp your clyrkson iniwrabTo a-uancs, uil'T at their robbuig you, fc.i- whin yon arc Ii red and r.uw it rot tttl time. our ovii rtcTL'tSiLiu! cxjict't other poo- To cxnoct to siakc i by liftnlcr.- inj_; tiiLtn in and afterwards sendiuj; them adrift "vii'joiit thft of To far.cy ii tiing is.chcup K-t-fiUac a Iwr price Ty keep ailo; or cat OR siicrt r.ll'ivrr.ncc of a tiiiof. To ytiir tradespeople luiiis credit if ll'.ey veti-.ioiiaiiy see you in a of blood and consequent sufli-rin than from the immediate-character of th? s'.vnrd-ivound lhat had di.-abJpd hU'arrn. Day day and _ still Ihe sol- dier fay in a of lelhar- "V. the fever struggling with his conhtitu- Ti'on, dcy1 though it must onquer him', and I hi! more influence. Jmorcne, the daughter of tlio cottager, was untiring in her delicate allention to1 ihe niirlH and dav watched by his cidp, smooshcd bathed his brow, or moistened his parched lips- Trup, be .teemed scarcely to kindness- es, y't! a smile Hi up his pale features while was fide. she did so, she knew not that he still loved her but iheii the thought .that- she vus so near to idea that she might possibly see him, gave to herjovini: heart incitement enough lo'carry'her. thither over mountain" and plain, vrilh willing sh oftentimes we.arv feel. 1 peren nlorilv refused lodo. Ts'or would he hear of any bribery or offer, as a remu- he.uonlrf return the, girl 'to' what the cavalier called her. home. -At last, finding that his of attack avail- r ed him .nothing, .the .cavalier, unmasked his foul and told the. priest that, unless she.was returned. lo hinv before night, he' would surely. taKe his life; that he cared nothing. for his sscrpd office, and that he would not be thwarted. The priest knew full well tbe-r'everige- ful character of and, in the prosecution oC their depredations should note tho following incident, as related to the olitor of the I Varan by Mr. Kuaia, who arrived with the San Diego moil, last week. Tho train near Fort Qnitman on tlio Kio To arrive at i.Q of fifty .-.art bo surprised -it a tiy or abilinlr.y, yunr aiay be vf. ilcb Ii-nn, of in his lec- ligypt, relates some tricks that were perfdmc-d by an Arab mapcinn: ctine was Inndevl to for tioii. and provift Iii tie a stuk, on -.viiiclj the knots of liobs.wiiru vi.-iim'; on returning it tntlie coijjuref, howvver, it L-ecame a serpent. f .r a feiv iiionients anil then n >tick ivgniii. Tliis trick wliie.h is said tj W a ci.jnnioa one iimoiij; tbe was linn's. The next iriek was A Hack liquor was 'A strong constitution and youth at length prevailed over the fever, and day bv 3riy the soldier gradually improved, nn- til at "last he was able lo go once more i.l yoti a t Anlj noKi by thai fieri- chiV.like form, that l-.a-.l watched tii.-n tedious fever, the .-ohlier wanucr- Ihronoh shady groves, and over d through dt-l'ls muMcai with 'l' pnured intit n toy's hai ir1., r.nd in it. us in a mir- f ror, "ne of Mr! Lvon's a native South Carolina, beheld a rice pUnuiti.ni of iiii own State, nu  ilmrriplioni o ij Will Mien-no nil iliiilm "f poHfCj organization, and of men.. ITS incmbur? ilrawu from ilw nrmv, anfl are undur the control of the Mini.s- tur cxrppt-wlicn on duty ns firemen, when they oboy tiic ordurs of Hid prefect police, nml tonscqucnlly arc oflidciitir.on, nnil care- fully tr.iined nud drilled in gymnustic Tlicy are curo'lctl fur tho rmmhcr of years as 'Qiiilc.R Tcvivn! is now ih nr ricnn church in this city. 5. C.) Itejrisler soldiera in the army, ami cost tlio treasury an- nuidly francs, a liltlo over They wftir uniform, blue cassimoro jackets but- at tlm Af- were 'present n O.vj.r Firron A There is a little thtvc ycr.r oil boy in k. Coniu-cliciit. nl- npirt lor thu It-pal pivdwion. the c Pays IVmp Inken'in a sw.tc. lia'vinp leen fgrJ'ifliU-n to pick another pear from a dxvnrf tree, bo indimiantly ex- claimed, "Mamma, 1 tii-1 picl you come alulsceifl di'i." Kure enough 't. He siinplv stixjd there and tile it, an  beautiful as the peasant girl. He was spell hound by her rxquiiile swee.tness of the delicacy of her bearing, and the sylph-like grace of her form.. The father was surprised at the earnestness of DOS questions concerning" his child; and perhaps a troubled thought crossed his'mind when noble master urr.er! away from the cottage door, and walked back to the palace. Don Moranzo had a bad name in Valen- cia; he was a dark and moody-spirited like to- cross, still fewer lo. be intimate with.' His principal claim to the honor in which he _WES held ui the district and rivurt was to his inmcnsc we.alih, disho.ic.-tly enough ob- .ained no doubt, but oft purchasing-lor. 'liiri whni he could not have otherwise ac- quired. IVIirn wo 'say lh.it Don Moranzo was loved by none, and feared by nearly ill, have told his character. The. only friend' the peasant .fiomsirdo his ilaughtr.r had made in Voieucia was a friar of the convent of Santa Clara. He watched over Imorene as carefully'as if she had been, his only 'daughter. A few months after the introductiprrof Imorene to Don Jloranzo, he had in his vileness planned the dishonor of his beau-, riful dependant. All his her hand in .marriage.' t-.vo hours, Inch, meet vou at the court.' "f well. 'Piay me no frtck, eiie't.ay life shall he the procured Imorene. snd in due time led her-lo-wards the ducal palace, where hitf sacred.'garb gave him .ready admission ar.d audience with the duke; Already wris Dor. 7ifo- ranxo-there, and already had he told -lory to the duke, who sat in stale with his officers about him. And now, as they entered, the officer whose.duly "it-was to do so called upon ihe priest to-speak for his ..charge before thi; .dlikc.-.gnd sljow; reason why Ire. should not conscnl'to.a union wilh one, 50 above her in. fortune aiid'blood, and thus benefit herself." please you, noble'duke, this title maid'iii but bren met-with such calm .but-firm d'ure- that he was at first disconcerted but suddenly her father was taken ill. and wic'liened with fearful rapidity, until death came to the relief of his There was something about'lhc sudden death of her father..that struck the priesl as mysterious.. He had very suddenly, sickened, and died in a manner that.to his. experienced eye seemed lo indicate that lie had been poisoned.. Whether, this was intentionally done, or otherwise, he know not, nor could he bv inn-wire: and yet Inert- was a lurking -u-picionm his mind that Don Sloranzo knewsotm-thing more of his igardener s decease llian he wished to acknowledge. The priest strongly suspected foul play and that the unprincipled', cavalier.. M geiitle maid' U for amb pure" and --innocent as .the' morning dyw., -This Don Mo- is a bold, bad' man nay I care. not for the frovrn of any'olher The maiden loves- him not. than this her.young heart lavos another devot- edU mv duke.' -'And for ibese plain and simple- reif-oiis her re- leos'e from any and all to this man.'- '_ "'Whrre.'.is he whom the maiden: .lovciif' the calmly. :.v At-that moment there :rjng through. the courtroom of llu- palace av scream so shrill and piercing that every one sprang to his feel, while throwing back ''the. abundance of her face, .looked towards the chair stood Ihe '.duke; now' of amarfimeiit: '.'It 1 'Imorene ir.g forward, just- in tiiue to ;MJppcr> her fainting form.-. 'Iihori'ne, tl. is ind'.-e.d thy' friend-'aiid lover no l< liger jioiir woundrtl f oldier; but if thou ivil( per- mit, thy future husband, the Duke Va- lencia. Ttnorche revived, at On ttlmfT brensl she was Happy She nothing now, .t hough sobbed as though hei heart would Turning to Don Moranzo, the Duke -.'I- Your suit arid aurlipjree ero ended; taken summary m cans to rid himself of the gartionor's'prcsouce, in 'order to ac- 'c'omplish his designs upon ihe -innocent and unprotected: girl- This was indeed the case, for she was at once icmovcdlo her own house, and placed under the strict you may signor.: the good piirft' hcv warm thanlrs'and a- substantial evidenco of regard.'and leading' Imorene to bf sealed her by.; hit lido and dc'clired. her .of Valencia.'- ;His Excellency' J weh p'a 'biibf r LlCOMPTO.f A secret seemed to reveal itself to the   

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