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Alleganian (Newspaper) - June 14, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland v VOLUME it WEDNESDAY MOKNIND. [Ico on Mechanic! Street, near tliC National House. TKRJIS oTsUliSGlUl'TION ,'O-HUI.I.AIW ]ier in ailvanre. suliM-Hptum taken" fur a juriinl lluu nllu: Ooitmuty CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1865; NUMBER 6- __ rnthccrcult jTs. SMITH. H. Hie Ciruut I1UK KKftl.l'.V. KW.T ui w. HUUVKU. T. A. TIIKPSTOS. JAMl-S ClII.-'IIUl.M, Ju. I-KKUV, A. M. 1-. MSH. ADD11ESS OP GENEIlAIi GHAUT To the Armies of the L'nitul Stulet. GOT.IUI, Ounr-us, So. of the Armies of the L'aited SMet 1 Uy your patriotic devotion lo your country in the hour of danger and alarm, your magnificent lighting, bravery and endurance, you have mainlaiiitd the I the Con-titutioli, overthrown all armed op- IAII JOHN .1 II. J. 1.. P. L. i rk JACOU 1IROWN. :TlAscsHRiVER CO. A. ISKT.UI. ur.vur.its IN" HUGS, CHEMICALS, I' OILS l.AMl'Siiul l.VMI' KUFl'MEKY. iiii.J FASl'V Ti U IJ.T A IJTU'I.U. Corner of lltlliinnn mid JUtlunk- Jtni-P, M. SCHLKY'.-i OKF1CK, sit't: ur for, WILLIAM Vl'TOENEY AT LAW, Xl-OUIoe si.le nf irttk, ill Ilic IIi-iuu; u Hi tin- 1 HHi o of Hie 1 itc 1 lium "n tuiioii .1 itiinry 11, ISt'.ri. ______ _ II. .LK I'EVKM .t CO., DiuJci GISTS CHEMISTS, fl i Uilluurr, Ic-xten JUIIN K. JJUOK, Dp'joMcrrr anil Paper Haider, Ami Dniltr in Paper, Dllndsi Ourtnins) cts.i etc. lUllo" jtrwt, fcir 'I'm" iil'OTr I'o-l- "like. po-ition lo the enforcement of the laws and of the proL-l.unalifm forever abolishing slave- ry, the and pretext of this lebellion, aud opened the way for Ihe righlful aulhor- itiei to restore, order and inaugurate peace, on a permanent and enduring basis, on every font of American toil. Your mart-lie--, Mtues and battle.', ill lance, duration, resolution, and brillianeyof result, dim the lustre of Ihe world's pa-t milit-iry achievements, aud will bo the pi- triot's precedent in of liberty Slid right in all time to come. In obedience lo your country's call yon left your homes and families atid volunteer- ed in its defense. Victory has crowned your valor and Feeured the purposes of your patriot hearts; and with the gratitude of jour countrymen, and the highest honors a great and fiee naiioii can a-cord, jou will soon be permitted to return to your homes and fam- ilies, of having discharged the highest dutj- of American citizens. To achieve these glorious triumphs and secure lo vourselves, your fellow country- men, aud posterity, the bli-s-i'ijjs of freein- (ens of thousands of J'oitr g il! Hit fallen, and teak-l thu priee- les- legaey with tlieir live'. The frr.ued of ihei-c a grateful nation bedews with team, honors their memories, and will t-heiish and support their .stricken families-. U. S. GKIVT, Lieut. General. Ofiici.il: K. Toiiiisend, A. A. G. lowed, which resulted, as you all Know, in his surrender. How far the operations of this army have eoutributi-d to the overthrow of Ihe Confed- eracy and the peace which now dawns upon must be judged by others, not by lint that you have done all that men could L'UUUIUIUJIT, >uu i do, has been admitted bv iho'e in authority, aev of the b moil and and we have a right to join in the universal joy that fills our 1 ind the war is and our Government stands vindicated before the world by the joiut action of the of the United States. To Mich as remain in the military service, your General need only remind you that nieces in the past are due to hard work and disci- pline, and that the tame work and discipline an- equally important in the future. To such as go home he will only say that our favored eountry is so grand, i-o extensive, to dner.-ilied in (.Innate, toil and productions that ex cry man can suiely find a home and occupation Milled to his la-le, and none should jiuld to the natural impotence pun- to result fiom our past life of exviti-ilient atld adventure. You will be invited to seek new adu-ntures abio-id, but do not yield to the temptation, for it will lend only to death and dKippointmcnti. Your General now bids j-ou all farewell, with the full belief that, ab in war you hive been good foldiers, to in JXK'CC J'ou will make good and if, uufui Innately, a new war should ariiciu uurcouiilry, "Sher- man's t'riiiy" will be the lirtt lo buckle on the old armor and conic forth to defend and maintain the Government of our inherit- .inte and choice. liy order of Maj. Gen. W. T. Sherman. L. M. Assistant Adjutant General. rather an alarming contrast to the brilliant ball-room belle, was lounging on a sofa. Jenny, in a neat morning with alargc ginghint apron, and hair Miioolldy brushed into a pretty ktiut, was washing the Lreak- dishes. "There ia an old man at the door with homu urtiliu.d s.iid tho servant, will you "Yes, call paid Laura. So the peddler took up his basket, and walked home, threw aside his wig, beard, and and wrote an avowal of his hand and heart to Jliss Jenny Souicrt, was accepted. Laura Somers had two sources of pro- lasl opening the dining-room dour sec him V" luiid Jenny. i ried "send !iim up." The sen ant descended to obey the onk-r. In a moments the old man catnc. lie was poorly clad, with a coarse, blue cloak, which wds loo large for him. Ilia llair wasjnhile, aud lie wore a beard ami moustache of tho fame knotty hue. Slaking a. low bow, he placed a large basket upon u table and opened it. "I have a bunch of blue flowers said he, taking them from the basket, "that nill suit your gulden hair, and held them up before Jenny. "It was my sister wished to look at jour (lowers, said quietly. M. M. icnj I icalcr in VISI3, UQUOIIS, TKAS, PROVISION'S, ciint-sB, TOBACCO, CKJAIW, ic. IVtitnon- ftroi-ts, A.51. L.Jinsli's TiiKtc- .v :itnre, Mil dbdfrcy Chose liis Wife. BV II. llU.Mf.lltl) IH ilcrs in Iron, Stct-l, Cullrry. rtc., r's lrtTt. ANDHliW Ilr.-itly-mailo Collars. Crarats, CTC., JJillhnore stHxt, Ilic rn-l-fiiilcc. MJ3RCI1AKT TAILOR, A x i) t; Til i iimn- slnrt, nnir tlic I'uMie S-IIIIIT. A. Dry SHHt'llBUn, Hc.ilir in s, ISallo. slrcft, JOHNSON, Dealers in N'atchfs, Jcivrlry, Silfcr anil 1M.ATF.U bcautifal picture'. t literotwfi- purUy' of cd Uacery will be, oW there yoiith NEWSPAPER!
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