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BOBC BTMcBONI A LD , Attorney - at - Law. No. 4 Washingtonat., Cumberland, MO WILL be at the Swantou Coal Co.'t office,lnilaitou,every Saturday. Auk 10 J. HUHL, M.1k7~ Frosthurg, Md. DR. RUHL devotes his attention wholly to the treatment ol CHRONIC! DIS EASES, among which may he named, in particular, Consumption, Asthma, Urun chills, Rheumatism, Uout, Jaundice and Dyspepsia. UtUee hours daily Irom 9 to 11a. m.,and 6 to 7 p. m., Sunday excepted. No books kept and cash required lor medi cine. Cates treated by correspondence. OFFlCE—HcXelll'a Brag Store. Jan 10 HOUSE and LOT POH SALE, A HOUSE and LOT on Ormand street Fruslburg, may be bought CHEAP FOB CASH, ot part cash and long time. House is a Two-SToRV FRAME, with FOUR ROOMS, KITCHEN and CELLAR. Lot Ism good condition,etc. Apply eariy at Ort 90 JOURNAL OFFICE GARRIGUES, THE POPULAR HATTER OF THE 19TH CENTURY. AND NOHUY STYLES OP HATS Caps, Canes y UMBItLLLAS. 498 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, Baltimore, Md. Hr SILK HATS A SPECIALTY. [a2B I'UOSTUUBU IRON WORKS 1 FROST BURG. MD. THOMAS hTTaUL & SON UAffUfACTOUBBS OF NAKUOWtiVAOE LOCOMO TIV ESt CUtio ary and luilableStcam Engines O and Boners, Saw and Unst Mills, mine machinery, Car Wheels and ah kinds ol Iron ana Brass Castings, Steam I’nmps, W roughi Pipe and Fittings tor Steam, W alei and Gas, at market prices Holdings Healed by Steam. Sehoo Desks— Super’s 1 aleul, ol sllsizes. He pairs oi Machinery promptly attended to 111 8 Cumberland & Pennsylvania Railroad NEW TIME TABLE r I •'0 TAKE EFFECT .L Monday, JXov. 10,1880. Passenger trains leave Cumberland at a.15 a. m. and 3.40 r. u. Frosthurg, east, 7.10, a. m., and 12.42 p. u. “ west, 10.12, “ “ 4.40 “ SCHEDULE: r- LEAVE —, STATIONS r- ABlilVß—> A.M. | A. M. | j A. U. | P >1 3.15 | 11.40 j Piedmont I 11.13 5.45 U.3U I 11.53 I Barton I 10.33 I 5.23 6.40 , 12.10 | Lomiconing i 10.42 i 5.12 (i. 33 I 12 23 I Ueeeu 10 26 4.31 7.10 J i 2.42 | Frosthurg | 10.12 | 4.40 740 I llt I Mt. Savage j 0.40 ■ 4,14 7.48 l.lj Bane. Vide 9.40 4.UU B.ou | 1.30 j C. JsP. Junction | 9.29 | 3.53 8-15 | 1.43 | Cumberland | 9.13 | 3.40 LEAVE — l ’ P. L.BURWELL, Nov 27 Oeneral Suiierinlunuent. BALTIMORE A OHIO RAILROAD. ON and alter Dec. Ist, 1830, trains will arrive and depart as lollows: CIIMuEULASD. AII HIVE I WESTBOUND TBALSS | OBPAKT (1.26 a m j No. 8 Express. 6:31 a m 2:00 a m j No. 2 Ex; less. 2:15 a m No. 6 Aetommod'n 7:23 a m 8.34 p m [ No. 10 Express. 3:34 p m 3 37 p m | No. 14 Mull. 4:00 p m AlllllVE | EASTUOUND TRAINS | DEPART 4.43 p m No. 1 Express. | 5:03 p nr. 1:80 a m No. 3 Express. | 1:40 a m 0 18am No. 5Ev press. I 9.33 am 7:40 p m No. 7 Aecommod’n | 8:57 a m No, 19 Mail. | 0:02 a m No; 8,10 and 2 runs to Chicago, Cmcin nali and St. Louis. Nos. 6,11, 7 and 19 daily except Sun days; all otacr trains daily. Dec 11 J. P. LEGGE,Agent. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, (BEDFORD DIVISION.) ON and after Monday, Nov. 10th, 1880, Passenger Trains will leave and nrrii e at Station on Hay street, Cumberland, dully, except Sunday, as follows: , —LEAVE , STATIONS. , ARRIVE—, *8 53 *8 15 Cumberland P i 25 UOS 327 853 Hyudman 12 53 10 28 4 20 A. m 950 Bedford 11 55 935 P. M. 645 12 10 Huntingdon 935 715 820 403 Altoona 830 550 A. M. A. M, 12 01 730 Pittsburg 420 12 SO 12 45 315 Harrisburg 420 410 P. M. 740 035 Baltimore 10 50 1210 415 635 Pliilad. Ipbla 11 55 12 20 655 930 New York 825 925 P. M A. M. '—ARRIVE —' > LEAVE ' Note—Time hero given is Philadel phia lime, winch is live minutes fastenlian Baltinmretime. Entire trams rnn through to Hunting don. Through oars between Hm.tinpdon ami Philadelphia. New York,Baltimore, Washington and Pittsburg, Alt Cura' erland and Pennsylvania trams stop si Hay street Slat on. For full information, time- tables, ratesof fare, Ac., cad on Peter Noon, Agent, corner Baltimore and Liberty streets, or Everett MAREAN.aUhestnllnn.Ciini be;lnnd,or address Titos. E. Watt, Pas senacr Agent Western District. Pittsburg, p a . L. P. FARMr.R, Genera I Pasaenge: Agent. FRANK THOMSON, Not 97 Genera 1 Manager. WE ARE NOW RECEIVING | New Spring Goods. Flannel Suitings and American Ureas Goods in large varieties. French All Wool Cashmeres, in Blacks, from 4S els to 81.30 per yard, of the very best make and dye. All Wool Colored Cashmeres. New Prints, in best quality, bordered and plain. A handsome lot of Shirting Cambrics at IS) cts. Gentlemen’s Scarfs, Ties, Linen Collars and Calfs arc the latest things oat. Ladies’ Fine Black Kid Gloves in Three Buttons at 81.80. An excellent Glove and splendid quality at 83 per pair. All sizes on hand. Tapestry and Extra Super-Ingrain Carpets, Colors and Designs entirely new. The cflects in Crimson, Wine and Plum are superior to anything hitherto olfered. Our Stock throughout is generally complete and >c guarantee our prices to be as low as any for the quality. We arc having great success with our Fancy Family Flour At $7 00 per barrel. We cordially Invite the public to give us a call, and wc shall not fall in our endeavors the coming season lo hold our place In the estimation of the very liberal pat ronage enjoyed by us so long In this community. HITCHINS BROS. BtbM-U 1 ME MINING JOURNAL. J.B. ODER. C. W.ODEE. J.B ODERdcBBO., PEOPEIETOES. Joseph IVomsley, BUSINESS AGENT AT ECKHAET. illkc.MainSl.llll Hi in sltros.lt ni Id i ne TEEMS OK SUBSCUIPTIOM: Obc Copy, cue year. in advance |1 5> “ ‘‘ six mouths, ** 75 Froatbnrg, April 9, 1881. plfeulkim Nearly all the coal mines in the northern and western districts of Missouri closed Monday. The owneis refused an advance. A largely attended anti-rent meeting was hel l in Chicago Saturday night. The attendance was mainly composed of members of workingmen’s unions. Resolutions were passed de nouncing the recent marked advance in rents, "which already had absorbed the principal portion of the fruit of tho workingmen's industry, and staling that the workingmen having through the dreary winter paid out their hard-earned wages for fuel at three times its nominul value, for rot ten eggs, tough chickens, diseased meat, tallow butter, sanded sugar, adulterated and poisonous bread, tea, cofiee, etc., were unable to pay increas ed rant for rlaces to live in which were unfit for the lower animals." Toe following kaleidoscopic view of existence shews what an adept Wilkins is at paragrams: Man's life is a game of cards. First it is “oribbage." Next he tries to “go it a'one” at a sort of "cut, shuflb and deal" pace. Then he "raises" the "deuce" when his mother "takes a hand in,” and contrary to Hovle, “beats the little joker with her five." Then with Lis "dmmonds"he wins the "queen of hearts.” Tired of “playing a lene hand,” he expressess a desire to “assist" his fa : r "partner," "throws cut his cards,” and tho clergyman takes a ten dollar bill out of him on "a pair." She "orders him up” to build fires. Like a "knave" he joins tho “clubs,"where he often gets“high,’' which is "low," too. If he keers "straight* he is oltimea "flush.” lie grows old atd ‘bluff,” sees a"deal" of trouble, when at last he “shuflles" off his mortal coil and “passes in his checks," and he is "raked in” by a "spade.” Life’s fitful "game” is ended, and he waits the summons of Gabriel’s “trump,” which shall "order him up.” Carlyle's Reminiscences. —"By special arrangement” with the Ameri can public, the Literary Revolution will issue immediately a beautiful Acme edition, elegant cloth binding, af the “Reminiscences cf Thomas Carlyle,” price 30 cents, pottage 6 cei.ts, and it can be had of the nearly 2,000 booksellers who are agents of the Literary Revolution in all parts of the United States. Thomas Carlyle, mere than any other man of the nineteenth century, taught the American public, and people of good sense throughout the wor’d, to despise pretence and hum bug whether exhibited by monarch or menial. Sensible people who want a good book at an honest price will buy it where they find it. There :s is in this country no law which gives to a foreign author, as it gives to an American, the right of the monopoly of tho publication cf this bock. Il pullishera choose to pay a foreign author anything, they can do it or.ly as a "donation,” Lo-ause he can give them in return no protection from ccmpctitioi. Readers have the | rivilege of making such donation, if they chocse to do so without paying it to the publishers and trusting to the possibility of their paying it to tho author for them. There is no donation included in the price above named. Readers who want to com bine a possible donation, and a pcstivo price, can get an'ed'.ticn of this same bock from clbei publishers at from two to eight times the price. Ad dress for catalogue, American Bock Excl.ang*, publishers New York. WiMtuhai eons Advertisement*. Medical* J. EUHL, M. D., BBOSTBURfI, MD. t nAS confined hitfSinieiice entirely to I ht'irca'.mciH Vl < mUIII|IIOII and Ast li ilia, aim-will positively attend to no oilier cases. OlHee i ours .1 tily from 9 to 11 o'clock a. in. Sundays except d No books kept and cash required for treatment ami medicines. [Nov 15 ZELLER’S’ Artistic Ton social Saloon HAIR OUT PHYSIOLOGICALLY and with I special regai dto making every belly look Spruce and Neat During the. Summer. shampooiniTTnd shaving Tenderly Executed G. W. ZELLER, Corner Main Street and Broadway, j Dec 4 B. STERN & CO’S Dry Goods | Clothing 1 STORE! New Calicos only ■ 5c a yard Very Best Calicos only - 6c 61 Muslins down to 6, 7 and 8c “ THE VEBY BEST, Very Fine 50-cent Cashmeres ARE REDUCED TO 3ac Which are actually splendid goods and a good bargain. A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF NEW DRESS GOODS At lO cents a Yard. B. STERN & CO., Main Street, Frostburg, Md. Feb 19-tt MATTE YOURSELVES BY BUYING A GOOD GREAT IN PRICES. Early Callers Secure Bargains. The Hardware and Stove Man. tUscellaiieons Advertisements. SIMS HOUSE; PIEDMONT (Baltimore and Ohio rail oad,) Wesrt Virginia, Nov 7.1 P A. KNTLER Prop’r. P. J. SMITH, Watchmaker and Jeweler, MAKES A SPECIALTY OP Repairing I inc Wnlclies and Jcwc*ry. HAS a PRACTICAL JEWELER and PRACTICAL WATCHMAKERS ON FINE REPAIRING)-. ENUHA VINO DONE 10 OliDßli. WORK WARRANTED. Sole agent in Cumberland lor tlie CRYSTAL SPECTACLE, Finest Made at the Price. An elegant slock of Fine Wa idles, Clocks, Jewelry, etc. 78 11 ALTO. ST., CUMBERLAND, MD $ I 0.00 REWARD 'I'IIE above REWARD will be given for I POSITIVE intoimation that will IN EVITABLY lead to tbe DETECTION, ARREST and CONVICTION cl any nar •y, or parti s, known to DEFACE, RE MOVE, or in any inarnor to wantonly or nabciously TAMPEI villi my Advertising Sign ourdn. FRANK C. BEALL, •Mammoth" Hardware, Wooden Ware and Stove Store, Lowndes & Clary’s old stand, Feb 1 Froiithiire. Md. April Ist, 1879. 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