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Alleganian (Newspaper) - January 11, 1865, Cumberland, Maryland .-i y.. K H T vl.'i .It vT rii-.-j ...U-.' i' I i jiii-ii tiVniir.: MiUM ill T.1 ji.ii i I.. r.T 'j-MiIw! .r'. i M i-. J. v-.-i l-li> 11. 4. I' I f J i I JiJT 1 V i. IJJit J, J -'M J WEDITESPAY Office on Mechanic. ncorvthor .National T.KU.MS 01? TWO Dlll.I.AItS In advance. Nu taken lor a Irw jvriutli Hum i'a Jiiil-e uf ilw tin-iilt JA CU-rk uf tin- (Jirruit IIUllAfB UKO. w. IIASIInT.- U. --J Kwtf'j JA3JGK CHlHlIOUi; JM." the Orphan's J. II. fcoutitr Co Clerk l 1IKI.L J. J. I.. GH AS. C. SHRIVER CO. WilOLE3ALK RKTAII. i DKALKltri IN- "DII.S. l.AMI'S umll-AMl' I'KKFCMEUV. nn.l FANCY T( lll.KT AIITIC1.I-M. Curntr uf llulllmurc anil Uerlunic' strccU. Junta, r. JAM1W M. SC'IILKV. LAW WKST'SIDE OF 'CU KK, il ami IIAHNKSS-MAKKll.. Saddles. Bridles, Collars, Whips, Harnoss, etc., cuiiilaiitlT on liaiul 3inl.aruiiiriTcil.fur.saIi; few. ilnun ntirtli "M. KEA11NKY, Dcalcrin LIQUORS, TKAS, CHEESE, TOBACCO, ClliAIiS, CF.DAK clc. Stuck of Chuiro OLD WIIISKV. i'-illimort ilrwts. A.3I.L. Hush's Tiil Mil. II UMlJUtp I.OXO, Dtstlci" in lianhrarc, Iron, Stcrl, etc., oM corner, itilllmore Mt- rlmiuc s llmlcrin Slices, Hats, Caps, Trunks; etc. 3 St'orr illocls, .linUiinurc slrtrl. Tin, Copper, ami ShccJ-Iron Ifarc; niuUs', lIlDclr, tlir, li'riilsr, lliillilliure ylrwt HALE r DcikT. in Books, Slalioncry anil Fancy Goods, 'tiiiilrr IMrliierc lialij IlnH'fiiorestrict. T011N B. F JUSTICE OF TJIE. PEACE Oniri! on rialtimore street, iirar ASDKEW Ready-made Collarsj Cra'Tatsj -SIHKTS, ndliiriore street, OppOsile Ihc rwtiilDre.' TIME AND LIFE.; Oil! Time Id like a rivrr jjliilins r" f fi'f'f Aa.l'llVlts'KliminyMllowsJii.Iiiig, '--Amrtvitli i-iirrt'ht 'ivrnrlnjj I: lit-lrt AuJ. lili-'i liol wit Ami Fur Ane'Miifrl liuur! Willi fairaiiil Yi'l ni'tl OVr'Ks I'niil it r 'rl "t f "i THc Art br'Lotiing Land Alone.' our CirmcraliaveJearh'- ed yearfVaiid'liave'madc wonderful prog- in iilmpst. icVcry branqli- of'husbandry, thcruyct rynminslonu ff grcnt .iiiipor-: tancu .that liiany, have. not IcaniLil, and one which mustbc not only acrinlred) .b'ut' prac- ticed a man can become a far- mer. 'It' docs not consist in" doinjvbut in rf in cultivating the but lulling it; .alone and we judge it is an art difficult to practice as it ia to learn, and more difficult to jM-'rhaps, tliaii'aliuosi anything else, in !the liiie.of. Uic, fiirinct? practice. The eoiirsj of nuin farmers in tliU even at this day, is rtiinotisln thc'land tliey till, and instead of becoming licttefi It is. growing worse froin to Laud needs rest. No matter how is ma- it'-licedii to be let alone occasionally. soils will procure a' crop every, provided the laud is' givoti'a 'good ,but the same soil beeomcs in a much better manner fitted for the same or seasons Ilenec a rulatiim-df id rccoiuiiiundvd Avburcbythc same field prmlucedifierenlcropa each and an opportunity of during _Uie course. AVe are much surprised, that many far- mers will persist In cultivating over aiid'oj ver again, the same: fieldfi, often .with, the same cropn, year, after year, instead -of dig- ging -into, their new land. They need to learn', (lie art of Same farmers in cultivating their lands do not get enough iii-return to'pay for the manure am! labor which, their crops cost. Such .dhoulil practice letting land until llicyU cultivate :it in sucli way as to'make it pny all the uxpcnciis, produce gooil bo in. bettor .condition. eacliA-ear Tliurc are farmurs who are alwayn lining too iniieli.. iThcj'l-.iire' have their handh full business, mill, to use a inorc ;thau they can carry." They'attempt to cove not cultivate, for tlieir practica is a disgrace to the much land, and'os a con- scijuctice Uiiiir.'ffork is but half done; laud'hitlf.inan'nrcd, and they liarvcst but a iialf Lct.thqui ,prav.ticc of TIIK Old Year was. drawing to a ctiise. Itut a ffivv bourn and Iho nuc- cessor would 'be' hailed 'by 'mPrry'Miouin mid- iovfni (ho liifcfrv fr.Stf chiini! of liiilla ringing out a uuii-y, jyelcyiiie -Adam llnlh'vray; a wealthy uu-'rclinnHsnt in his counting nHiiii.'ttrikinjii twecn had nt-arly paHfjil. llghli-d up wd, when 1 be earning uipiiey for you 'ind. the children.. .The doctor .nays that uour; he fuvcr.bas all gone, I :nced noUrMiin-i food to 'raise IHO up again': '1'iit' I" i 1 i f 1 -i tee'; nil that EOUII) rich man, ouLof. his'abVn- would supply im: with but a triilu: his btfuril.-; To him it would be: noth- ing to me everything." srchu.ramshcd.'and gradually formed itwlf- furfare nf'thc Jit nHimi' but nSt'ci-. t lii'. the end of his- taik.'iil nilght ferrcd tli threw hi.f' 'iifier I'.' ''i V footing lliu.lak column) aiid dxclaiiiicd, i-: i. i t-.n i-.v "1'ivi: tlioibianil -nctigaiii -rirn'nii iiideed.." If iirosile'rc'.l' in V nil.' VKi.-.-'.rillV'iU ucw, .iiiuucu py yenr.-'." -jilT mcditaiions, were k'nbck altlie dijorl'1 saw Ixiforu tiliii'a VwOSi bunring .JWIIIR- thiug, .the. nature otiwhiiilr lidcnuld-liu'l jcctiire, wrapt up in brown pajnir. llathway, I was ill.: 1" ,i gcr.s voit will 'allow'nie a cbnvcrja- T- .S-i.i-.i r.i.... was the fsurprifi'd, rcjilyji "Ihpiigh'Iam at a loss to 'conjecture iwhat ciili Have i a', wealthy 'Mri n.-itliway'. iv nnd.evcryrycar increases ,your- .May I ask yr.ur.. objeet iu.-raccuniulatiiig to mucli.prdportjit-: i' -v is a saiJ the Who bcmii' vie: r doubt1! as to Jus. visitors; Very :siti7 gular." I suppose I nm sajue motii'es IhafTacttlald -..II. necessity, of prflyidiug furjmy.pliyHiisu wants and so-.coutributing tp And-lhischriteiiLi JJut-'yonr'gaiiis are'not all devoted' tqr.'thts last year'.i'for.'jcxain'ple, haa In ox'cr five thoufaud "I know not when; you hnvc gaineil.ynnr "You are somewhat free wilh tions, sirT JIuwever, J j ijection to .I.slmll tell iu'.itsclf; is It-i only the'representative of thet: du-you-alhiwit-tu- remain -idlei" f ow.clse_sliunhl 'I Ifi avfT nuli: is well I livp ''iiiore'lnxur-' Jly wanlrobo is wi-11 hhouhl T drcss'mbru Tfj Mfg qticstloiiBT _ a man of middle ago, and a, youth' of a bright intellectual countenance at present, sceuied oVersprcad.Trith.nn nir'of dejection.'': "I -i'i lo Iiti'surprise, ircoghjsql in ft'Ilow- merchant, and furmurly', intimate who but a few montliSj before bus- iness; ancl.-tiMj defrauiljiU cred- iuirp, he had been know your tastes have always led you ,'to tliink.of a professional a f-uihlen change has pluw'd it out of m.T to gratify you.M'ltls.liest for yoii lo aoet-pt ilie'situatin'n wliieh'haV been oircr- ol'yoii, jrrJ'lJcllaiiiyV'flrtrc. ''It a fair sitiintion; anii'will suit you as well as any." "I belicvp'ydii are Ar: hartl to rt'sigu the hopes that T havc'so long cher- ishi-il. Jlu 'class'af'scliobljlatiil'ls lo'''c'nter tiillcge .couldn't, him.' How Mri-Ucllamy wish me to enter -.-Day after come at tliat time. The .vnnWicdlns change. passeil over the surface 'of- the -mirror.- Again Ihe, merchant. looked, and to! bin fllr- prisei hclicld the iuterior'of- his .'own store, A' f-iiiit liglit" Was by the light'ol wich' a yiiung man wbom.'hu I'rank .JJurcll, onuof. rending a letter the contents of which ed lo agiuitc. htm ;l'i The1 scene was rioar'Lthat ,'T williout the linesiriit- tcn in a dclicaiufcninlu hand) as probably, hear fi-u.m inc .al that I .should .an occasion to write.. At tin; time of your: fHthftr'g drcth it-was that by thuJFaciifico of cv- ui: had Miccc-cik-d iti of. his tliis r'uiiFiilation is mm dunii-d ,1, ruccivml a call frdin .Mr; Per whH.prrMMiltid.' for imnic diatc pivnn by your fathc for.fli'ly, llow, .biirclj-i cup port us, cati you nicrt pneii a char-re? Cm any wny Mr. I'rrry.lhrcnteiis if the nin'ner i.'O.'iievcr miu'dlnic; il ani'in no sai.ll of s'urprise'ind ''Tnis- evinces a noble gencrpsiry on your part tnai ilarmal.tnu'o', liayo lost'my. moiicy.' had it heru in ituy. but it is. may' return the bread, Tdon't Fell'for '.'.'Trust.'iuo.'for once', sir, T willl! pay you n.a OtherwiM! my .'.children without' food .rujj: lit-lp turning when tlio voice of; 'her, 8tcps.; i-.i." in.-: ir. :money "It was but a the re- ply; was of coiiseiiucncu. to nie, as I.can get no.iiinra for.a day and bow, are we to ;'.Yl'erliiips that wiirb'elp.'yon lie' took''frinii'his'j'ijoelitt'a. five dtilla'r handed it to licr, ai'O, ,.up with, "this is indeed generous and noble'.''1; Thelili-reltig of'tboiiB yiiti hare bV Arthur the good moncii his son, and poinling to MrvHatM1'''1 'has .'offered td: a-iid you lo college i .Tho.cycs grasped the I grasped tlio wm'jiiyjy if .you but not dcscn-c your tho ,_. d _to make a fuvr. purcliatcs, and then, Kith a liglit Ueart. dt'iiartuJ... Tjiu.loiit .the nd aimpljr; i' nnl took liw way to, Uic store. to, liiui to etoi hundred. .dollars, a i surpriacd. i U I K, -I-. 1 I' I arc a hundred dollars that you may conside i.y-ll t'Vuu liayu gccti jipw uiucL, happiness a trilling sum jCati produce.: out. inaku.a similar, .ekpcri-j Tliu stningcr disappeared; and Jt wuj'nwoketu.piLd bis dream, terminated by .'I ia.hOiiiL'tliiiig.inorc. than a rajd-lic all even tg: tiihc eouiiFcl oft tlic.uiv-stio vision; and it shall CiuUjr.'iHiiiic iipart-s.arc not niadel liappiur.tUruugli uy_ sqk-LVff Iiiirj nroso on; with tlicf: light licnrti which ill way H vacduinpiiuies tho. deler'mina- tioiis l; lie iiiiWuou of Year .should nut le with Liiu a.iuuru.iuatUir of lip bcnulU, I 'uliaU tfaM gencWBlty.- port, 'was nbptit to of, (by g-ur.fl., j.-, jtbis' 'tcrrinie 'necessity'.''" 'from niy heart. "Yira'rarB !cllant'.kiiidly. rlii'ruturo consider -'me' your' i Iwwit' of advice' or assistance I.-' tliippy Xcw lesson'1 Ut'h'e' upJri'racP'I Mess the vision of TUE VKIIZD j I I. go nnd.see my 'Miirli'-'Autllcy'.'; If desirous of going what ia Ui jiruvwit my, bearing, his u.tpeiijii'' .1 am' abundantlyir.iible, uud difpose of my money As, he. walked jilong, with this praiscwor- tliv in his heart, his 'attention i- was 'drawn towards a little girl who wap'gai- iiiB with lit fill ovcsinto the window ".i' "j. ..-.-i- t of a ncigliboriiig shop, "were 'was displayed' in tompting array. Borne fine oranges. lie nay J, lie Vas quite that' in tliu.litile girl .whcTfigured fn the firatEcene, nnfoldud the evening before, by the fllyt-kriou's jtnirror., ]Jyi way. ,of. asr, he 'addressed her' in a'plcasant exhibit, Union my; ia A. wicked and murderotisjightv but- tha.nicn a At Camp Sumter.-atAndcrsonvUio.TrOTcr' t 1 J >i ,ati iJ Hi, ti. 't t- s A AML. MERCHANT TAILOn, A SI) in.jre Blrecl, noir llic 1'nliHc Snmrr. l'. I.Vnler in Dry Goods, jr-ViBiis, Carpeting fl a Slllry mock, iinltn. .V JOILN'SOM, Dealers in i Jewelry, Silrcr .and 1'l.ATKD WAUE.iCtd, Is'citiloor lo Pust-Oniw; Itnllimurc ilnvl. i II Bcstnurant and Saloon, 0 VStnnS, nml UEFnESI IMESTS n1 nn iuuiil. WnlMi's Illuck, IWtimore'itlrret. TOIIN Cpiiolsterer and Paper Hanjcr, i-.-T Aij'Dcaltr in' i. i ViTnll.Papcr, Blinds, Curtains, etc., otp. -IWIo. slrwl, n tevt iloora'o'Hivc Post- Office. :i nured Fallows arc not much oiir much', wejndge, na they wcresoine j-ears ngn. Il in an excellent practice for some soils, "mill' wo wonder, it is not oflencr rcsortwl land must be "let alone" for soiiis cause or other. 15e- sidcs giving nn opportunity for destroying noxious weeds, wliich may be 'ploughed un- demand thus add to'tbVfcriiHly'or'tlie land which lies in IwricGtlcd by the action of the atnioaplicrc; and tliti iiifhicncc iif the rain, frost, and. wind." In the' old country to a'g'rcatci- (cnl, ...anii'tjiu'soii ren'durud'li.ore' fertile; It receives carbonic acid and ammo- nia from tlio oir; and thrsc.Uie. land, retains for Iho fulnrc of crops; besides '.render- ing many, of -tlic mineral salts' con- tained in the soil. Tlicso" as l-otash, often so- da mid lim'o'-77 (all priiqcelemcnti itiithe'food of plants) arc rendered imliiblo, -and there- HATS AMI GOODS. JI-TCni'-'s N'cw nnlllmnrc oplKwile Lo-Fovro's Camp-Itch For the cure uf Camp foison nml nil Kkln them Isno ilanpcr in il wlicllitr furnilurc. Hi; '13 bsve'no hopes of appcasliifr liiiu'.l'.I dp.niit] j know that you'.ran' do anything'to retard.iif, but T-hayu acijuaint you' with ibis iiL'w, ciilamiiy. .i'our afTcctiulinle it mole your ottii hiippincsltiy'ilitviitluing that Of l' Cf. "1; mttst confuss lint this a'diity which 1, 'jjnT and beneyohmt'j'ocielics.' .There cunnol.'be said Mr. ilatbway.' .1. i judge "for The stranger commcnciil tinwnippiii" the packitge which', be carriwl Under 11 was a small mirror, with.a hanging before ihu ,j'til, and Haul: _ 'A'change'p.iBscd, over pfi the. tujr- ror.._ as at it in- tciitly that il. reflcctcil -.1 rinall, room scantily while'a feint; firn flickJr- cil in the sloijl of the roonvonnfliicli a sirt'iuaii ]ly tljo iof( 'thin ilbawl over ".her Slionldetiii ''biisiljr fore fitted 'to bocomb; food for .when land ia turned tip and left in contact, with Ihe For; Uicsq; and other many of onr farmers need to .under-! Mutnc Farmer. _ ..Tiir. nioro we' ppcak-of ourselves in Mtpcr- htives, the more will others' speak 'of' us in 1 AND CUOSS-OI'T SAWS. Wit i', ypnng lollies' jwt 'their liair .in early (wake curly) in the tnorning. i t.iKi'.a.bliink eye., ;r..i i j AVe like a blue AVc don't.likc ami blue ouc.' -.1 _' ;witli 'her nccdlJJ'.'.Ali a crailie not far which a 'Jittle 'girl, called fofm.aiHl of Kn'd p'rTvn'tin, was rocking n slcup. you licar.wlidt'fiicy' arc saying" W 'the lo.liin'car the confused iioisc'pf. yoice.vfroni which he spoil' dislin- cnishcd that of the sick man who lifckcd for -.T.I. u'-v it.i-.; some fiKKl.. "Wo have lionc in the said his wifo. .'i'JJutl thalli tbbii gel this 'work .'finished, shall he nliln to get The' husband groiineii." 1 should'bc obliged Id rcuiiiiii idle on n rick ytnlng man laid down the letter with. 1 is 'uiee is it looking up isurpriacil -tl :i! "And your father isiick'is'hc bnt'lie'is almostwell saw you here looking aHlfcVrangca in Uiat Now. 1 will if yon will let me help yon cnrfynthciiv wo-iil Alettcr relation to our. M -jn: iaroIeu.pnsonerB latuly arrived there, i" -vitiTr I'tTi: .i-iv.'i TJI. .It'isiamful to record mJainthatWOuld gated togctlicr. two liuudrud of Uicsu; were rcckhss perliaps, before they joincjl. the armyi guUtyt qycry vice; thieves These' all- banded to.practice, tliep' samo evil deeds nalo men confined there, aa prjacncra pf.tlicir ownfarinyl .was t an ivlio came into, camp, every tiling., be hailj.nud Uiclcaf resistance or outcry, -to- murder him on "I fi'tifcfly kn'niv how to'p'rondc for this lew meditatively. -'.Mj' salary is hm.'ill .and il tlic expenses. I might fur sn advance, but Mr..llathway U on that point, and I should but court lo have my mother's' furniture taken from -the1 whole amount would hardly coyer the debt. is btit nlns' that Isliould notthitil; of resorting lo it. -I could take the inoiiey from the till, anil return it when. I am abloJ It.would' liiore'nor less than ''Arnll evttits I will not do it lo-night. but HttnctliSiig'iiiay. turn np'Ip The young .man blew out llio hinip and left Ihc.'Mnru. The picture faded. "I will .show yon another picture, wlmLdiflcrent from the it Will be the faid the The next ftccno'represented the interior of a baker's shr.p.': The coarfc- fea- tured niaii', wilh a'hanl, as- pt-X'trTrWas waiting on a woman, thinly clad in garments ,more suitable; for .Iiiiio .than December. She. was purchasing two loaves of bread ami ri few i There's 'an- other customer waiting his lurni Itvrnsa 'gentleman with a pleasant smile on hii face. "Make tlie, baker, rudely', to ,thc woman, who was searching for her ey to pay iho -strip.all day: 'and h'crcV'ii ginllciiian'that' yo'iiltcop 'waiting." The 'imrchase was' niaUtf.', arid tbc.'mcr- :r i chant walked along, williiiis lit- tle conductor, who.eoorvlasl her timidity .r.t! 'Arrivcd'at the 'little girl's' home he found that lie -had not been dceuivcd in his preMii- iinicnts. It saine room that bo-bad seen pictureil in the mirror. Tlic sick man was tossing uneasily in bed when Alice en- tered.' j'Sce said s-lie' joy 'what I bavc.for yiiu; and lierojsi'tbo 'wlio' 'gare .them to way r with, were fouiid, burjed _ Tliis' state 'St. thiiigs'hail' piteh, licitcr portion of thejpjris-- flt .must ,3'n'' liriug-tiicse ment. At length they -.i thb "gaye'itH occupants' a lihjely do- natioti 'a'mi inade Kcw thnnkfgiviiigij. riatliway soon. found bimself ,'nt tlic caniptar. t were. picked oat -and -w stockade. .-They: were all result yas that six of tlio .ringlctuliirs wero delivered np''l6.ii police- force'cf'TJiuoif intrj. '.'Tlicylooi a" regular court, obtained, lawyers) a.gtirr and gave them an (impartial; and just .trial. nflorded iliem might have justice 'after nil'wss'cnacil 'th'cr'e fliat the residence "of his friend who him a wiirin said he. 'The 'friendship 'that versify cannot inkerrupt 3Ir. llathway, now, introduced the object of his vinit, aakiug: "AVliat do you mean to 'do ;wiih Arthur? lie-was -nearly ready to go to college, was '_ Was, and this is oiie' of1 the ..Bsycrcst trials attending my reversed .circumstances, that I ani compelled, lo disappoint his loog cherished Vfisltof obtaining n college .ho does not approtc tho.a.cLoAU.-sdyi lliat hanging was' too good: for themi I'.Thc'-jwj cccdings of tlie ust' not said JIr.J IT j'lf and m.caiiip.. Tliey were condemned -fry a fellow 'prisoners be ntthg- All1 the sixiwcrchting; hangiiri" have" the nicies "of "tlicso bear lo'publii'li bavc'nptjh'cttii'l la amon ailwtioaVociiirnidith'ai one lay, .amon we ton! "After tiierc.waji no iiiorc murdcre or robbing iu IJ fcactdor, t --V. r ;