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Alleganian (Newspaper) - July 19, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland v___J 1' I, J VOLUME II. CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND, JULY 19, 1865. NUMBER 11. EVERY WEDNESDAY Onico on Mechanic Street, near tho National Houso. "TLUMS OF SUIWCKIFTIOX TWO DOLLARS IKr car, iiivarwblv la So aubserijitioa for A Iras thrm r-.cmhs. Juihe of the Cucui: Couruu J vs" sA Clerk of the Oiuil HfcLKV. Jtp'ii-ter of W 1IOUVEK. T. fiutc'i Alturnnr-GUt A. TllliUarON. CHI-HOLM Ju. ul thu j H i! DOt'fil.AS ITIitT. A. M. L. IJUSll. Coiuil? Til MILES IttPOKLT, J011K Hrl.L J .II. PTAI J. L TOWS-IIEXn. IVc L. TOtt.N-'HKMi. Cltrk !o rviinim'.loiu MOWS. 3S-vxala3.or.ti3 CHAS. cTsHRJVER CO. i Ul.TAIJ. j iv piiUGS. ciiujuc.u.s. LAMPS null I'KUITMKIIY. jmU'ANCi TOil.VT i Drnt-i.f Huliiiivr- mil Miclnait JtJ'HlS, 1H JAMIIS .M. SL'nhKY'sJ WEST SfltU MD. iinv ATTOENEY AT LAW, MV. k.io u 12 O J uiu in 11. i' e ill la t-r.'ft, lit It L- a. A, ro.. CHEMISTS, r' f C .'re r''t< Jilt. gortrtj. PAT DONHEGAK'S TOOTH. nn nchipff tonih, one morning bright, 1'ftt lunur, The Wupuiinl all the night llil uijuljjuur Donuegaii moan. With phis HIJI! ctet r.tt iniLl.nl nluii- in tbt- nun, u iht e uptiu to spv, jmllrj mthotit .ui; wuit hi-- ami in mnt I'nt, of ,i .M he w Ami ilnun in I
should be most adranlaseons to tbent, and tli.it thoy cnnpot the 'en ices of the lit who cnuKl lal or and ni-e the Gmrnimcut should tho car'1 or tharga of who are imrc arable limestone land, iiml titllt acres first- rate white oak timber land, fine two story brick man-ion house, largo Inrn, stiibling and other buildings, with a fiuo stream of water running through the laud, good springs in various parts of the property, and good fences, was offered for per acre. On the farm waa a splendid crop of wheat, eorn and graitf. It 'IK within MX miles of n rail- road, mid about ui'ilej from Washington or Haltimore. Many German families from Lane'aster Co., Ta., found their way into ibis valley many jcnr.s ago, nnd taking with them their industrious and thrifty hubits, have become hrge prosperous land owners The induee- mcnt novv held out in the cheapness and fer- tility of the aud th> ir proximity m.irl.eL', will doubtless uttract a large immi- gration. M'bat tho valley now needs is la- bor and money. The war destroyed the old banks and new ones arc much needed. Capita! to any amount might be invested on ample security, as there is an abundance of valuable and unineiimbercd land. here, my little said a gentleman to a youngster of fivu -CT Iluunnl unit stintly on tiaml, Attractive 'iKii nnil Dry Goods, Notions, Anil'nnr p'lrcliftfw Uinjr ninrle fur Cull, ivrv.ill tw prepared to nil HID oUirol In tlili or nnr other nmrkft. i January IB, H1NDSTONKS! on lintnl n targe lot of ccljbratril llcrca nri'l for nlo lir COIL OIIALV. All of Tnil Cliiia on fcr saJo bv HCBBUU> k LO.Vfi pany ere iw-embled. 'Do X ou know "Yeth thir." am I Let me hear "Vou itli the man who kitlitd mamma when papa f a tli iu_ Xcvr Ajmlitc joung'lady recently aiwrlcd that she had near the li.irn-y.Trd, and that U was "impossible for her lo sleep iu tho morning on accosi'il of tliu 'outcry niado by a "gentleman hen." A' Ilnsbnnd telegraphed to hia "VrhaVhavn you got and how is llic baby'C' Tho nnswcr caiiuv jback, cales anil tbo measles." an iilii'-tration of the way in which th'ngj arc donr, a negro wo'iun cnnu> to a luirehal'-. ofiiee- and ..iiifil.-iin. .1 thit her Lite matle'r bad In ati'ii .iiiii ill-used her. lie "-bowed conJuMirly that her riorj as an utter fal-eliood, and offend tn her and her Itireo children irith a complete outfit if the Goiernmtnt would take ehirge of them. Tha provoet refused lo thu nffiir, ordered her late owner to take her back, and pre-cribcd the Wages he vis to pay. T'nforlumteH bo unahle to hi'pport and family, plen- tj of but no one- to work it, and :i crowd nf helpless old i.iuiand vo. itn t. This ii mentioned, not for the purpoHC of finding fault with the Go-.ern- mi lit, but to show the condition of the peo- pie. A I irge iminbrr of the people have been friends of tbe' Union from the beginning, but were forced into tho nf the Ciiii- f-.dcr.iey, and not few suffered ly in ron'pijueiice of 'hi-ir wi ll-knutrn I.'u- ion ft The whole people, with recognize the great forever tcttlcil. Thoy are heartily tired of .the war, having experienced ita ter- rible cvila. TVy desire to return as noon !o 'he quiet pursuits nf indii'.trT, and trust that ihr people of the North will meet them in .1 lind and fraternal spirit And surely such i-iioisld and wo, believe the feeling of the North tninrd them. This immense valley, hunii-cds of t-iilcs in Iniglb, is onu of th finest agricultural and mineral regions in ..'i-lj i.sd, with freemen and frcu ialwr, no iiuuis can lo future great nesJ, Tta jieoplo are dis- posed to receive frankly men and nurthcrn e.ipiUl. The tuil ia- unsurpis'e'd for ngrivuhnnil Iho whole valley lieing the but limestone land, r.nd gcncrnlly well WMnlcil and watered. Whit is now necde'd U MJIUC cjpil.il to itock and improve the farms, to rubui'd
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