J. B. ODER, Editor.
' FKOSTBI'KG. Ml).. SEPT. 17. I'<l.
With this issue begins the eleventh
volume of the Journal. Jt is grow
ing in popular favor ami influence as
it glows in years.
The mineis at the lower eu 1 of the
creek have issued a printed lequest to
their fellcw-woikmen to abstain from
all patronage of stores “which in any
manner deal or traffic" with mtn
working at a rate of wages below the
standaid. For this the parties of the
first part have been in some quarters
severely criticised, though for what
valid reason has not appeared. In
law and morals there is nothing to
prevent a man or a class of men with
holding their patronage from their
enemies and bestowing it upon their
friends. In time of war giving such
aid and comfort is accounted treason ;
tho gentler auspices and conditions of
peace modify somewhat tho enormity
cf tho offence, but tho element of dis
loyalty to the popular interest re
mains in any cncouiagement of those
who cater to low wages people. In
Piedmont, Westernport and Bloom
ington, close sciutiny of the legality
of the step has been made, but with
out avail. It has been asked —“what
right have a clues of customero to a\
a tradesman to drop another da
Customers have a right to ask any
thing ; the merchants to accede or
decline. Tho balance of rights is
perfectly equiponderant. If the mer
chant sees fit to decline, customers
may quietly transfer their patronage
to moro congenial quarters. Nobody
can he guilty of intimidation unless it
be the merchant. One recourse may
be legally offset by another, but it is
essential to goed order and law on
both sides throughout that no violence
COR RES i’ ONJ)E N C E
FOli COUNTY COMMISSION Eli.
Fuostruro Sept, 18, 18SL
To the Mining Journal:
Mr. William Thomas would make
an excellent Commissioner, as he is a
strict business man and a good repub
lican and would bring strength lo the
party. He Las always conducted his
own private business economically
and successfully and, therefore, he
could and would labor to promote lbs
. iut rest of every tax-payer of the
county irrespective cf parly.
FitosTntmo, Sept. 15,1881.
To the Mining Jouunal;
The wiitor hereby suggests the
name of Curtin M. Graham, Esq., to
tho republicans of Allegany county
as a candidate for County Commis
sioner. Mr. Graham is well known
as an extensive farmer and business
man of largo experience, ns a ci izoii
of high character and, withal, a true
republican. His election to that office
would be, without qucsiion and In a
marked manner, lo the interest of tho
taxpayers and people.
* Public Good.
A FEW WORDS ONLY.
FjiosTDUiso, Sept. 15,1881.
To Ibc Mining Journal;
Republicans, see to it that a dele
gallon is elected Saturday even in c
favorable to Mr. L. T. DeWitt lor
Sheriff. Without him wo may lose
part cf our ticket in the coming o
vernier election ; with him em; ss t.-
assured for the party Frofithurg is
entitled to the Sheriffalty this lime
aud the delegates must he instructed
to fight for that position alone, ul
though wo should have a legislate;
also from this place. “A word to the
who is sufficient.” Energy.
DOWN HIE CHEEK.
Lonaoonino, Sept. 14,1881.
To Hit; Mining Jouunal:
All the firms that were burnt out
at the lute fire are now doing business
almost as briskly as ever, most of them
in temporary sheds erected on the site
of their old stands. It is goner. Ih
understood they will all build ag.u::
and instead oi frame will erect brie’,
buildings which will improve tho p
pearance and safety of our town con
Ihe county bridge has been re
paired and is now all right. It wm
so affected by the late file that teams
o mid not pass over.
As Mr. John Thomas, n miner em
ployed in Jackson mine, attempted In
get on a trip ol mine oats Monday
morning he fell between them and hail
his tight arm and leg run over. For
tunately nohenes were broken.
Messrs, Samuel Nichols and Her
man Schaidt, who have been quite ill
from extra exertion at the recent file,
are now out again.
Mr. Peter Welsh, aged 21 years, a
fireman employed on the G. C. & C
railioad, died Thursday merning from
the effects of an injury received about
three weeks ago while at work. His
remains will he buried at Western
Tueio is a oven.ud oa foot hereto
start a file company. With the lesson
we have just received it ought not to
be a difficult task to organize a good
The President is repotted couva
lecsent. The figures remain improv
Over 10 000 persons have been
rendered Lorn calces by the recent
lorest fires in Michigan, The Govern
or h. s issued an up; eal lor aid lor
the destitute people.
The ccal miners of the Pittsburg
district have resolved to demai d an
increase from 3i to 4 cents per bushel
for mining, it is believed the coal
operators will accede to the advance.
A call has been issued for a
national convention cf representatives
cf the agticultuial, manufacturing
and commercial interest of the coun
try, to bo held in New York, cn the
30th of November. The of joot is to
promote domestic ur.d fore : gn com
merce ur,d to seek congressional aid
in tho protection of American indus
Political. —The mpublicaii prim
aries will be held this (Saturday)
evening to select five delegates fiom
ench district to the county convention
in Cumberland text Tu sday. Vot
ing will take place between 7 and 9
The attention of the Greenback-La
bor party is called lo tho advertise
ment elsewhere requesting tho hold
ing of primaries on tho 24th inst.
Tho convention will ho held cn the
29th in Cumberland.
Tho demo ratio ticket gives tho
party nearly general satisfaction.
Some think it might bar) been geo
graphically letter, and others have
piivate reasons for disliking it. It
would be impossible, cf course, for
any convention to gratify tho latter
class cn masse.
Transfers op Real Estate. —
The following transfers of real estate
have boon recorded during tho week:
Win. B.ace, trustee, to John Cole--,
Lot No. 51, Moscow: purchase money
John Coles and wifi to Andrew B.
Shaw, same property, S3OO.
J. Jr Keller and wile to trustees of
A. M. E. Church, property in Froat
Columbia B lan to Mrs Rachel A.
Wlntnav, property on the State line,
Jos'ah 11. Gordon, trustee, to Con
solidation coal company, one-half of
the minerals underlying the Uhl lot,
Deaths —At Meyersdule, Tuesday,
13th im-t., Nicholas Hocking, aged
about 31 years. Mr. 11. was a young
man o( most excellent character, stand
ing high with al. who knew him. He
was a son of John and Sarah Hocking,
former residents cf Frostburg. A
sorrowing life and one child sur
vive him. These l ave the sympathy
cf numerous fiictids.
The editor of the Oakland Demo
crat, Mr. John J. Sjiith, died recent
ly slier a protracted illness. Brother
Smith was one cf the best men in
Oakland and hi: lees is generally la
Base Ball. —At a recent match
game of,Faso ball on Ihe Vale Summit.
Glut 'a ground Pcmpey Smash, the
Borden Shaft club defeated the Eok
hart Star nine with a score of 28 to 8.
The base ball season is nearly ov. r.
The Vale Summit B. B. 0. hr ids
the silver : all. They claim to be the
champions cl Allegany county.
The Eckh ut Stars retire with a
A mmher of new clubs will he
started during the winter so as to h
prepared for next season.
Reduc. i) Freight Rates on Coal.
—The Cun bcrid'.d and Pennsylvania
Railroad Company Wednesday an
nounced that freight on coal over their
road from Lonaconing and ail points
east lo Cumberland has been reduced
o one ami on< half cents per lon per
mile. The old rale was two cents
per ton per mile. The reduced rate
•ip lies lo ail shipments on and afto: -
Fails are commencing to spring j
up and tho young man who has a
girl delves down deep into hit pocket
looking (or the p] are “pheokels" he
has saved lor the occasion, and, ho
reals Ids weetheart to “cream and
a -ko" ami when be sets her to the
front gale indulges in a little oseula
ory exercise f r bis pay.
The Mutual Union Telegraph com
pany are erecting poles along tie
National Road and expect to start
an office here at an early date. Tl.e
W res will b strung next week.
There was a youth mimed Borland,
Who longed for (he heavenly laud,
lie got bud in love
With a charming ycung dove,
, Ai d busted his parotid glulid.
Mine Accident.—Hugh Canaban,
a miiifi , in. descending No. 10 sloj e
of the Lehigh and WilkenWro (Pa-)
coal company missed his hold and
leli a distance of 50 feet. He was
brought tu tho suiface and died in
Why We Should Feel Hatty.—
Because rain has come at last; be
cause “dog days" art over ; because
our town is very much improved by
numerous new buildings ; because we
have u good fire department; because
tie mineis' picnic was a success; hc
cniipe the summer visitors were pleased
with our town ; because we have had
lew deaths during tho past summer;
because the dual has "dusted be
cause the choleia morbus season lias
virtually ended, and, lustl ', because
we haven't 1 een asked moie than five
hundred times to vote for tho other
The Grand Army ok t#e Retob
l:c —Organization of Posts in Frost
hury and Lonacuniny. —Gen. Wm. E.
W. Ross, commanding Department of
Maryland, G. A. R., on Thursday and
Friday of last week mustered two
moro posts into tho Grand Army of
the Republic: McPherson Post No.
20, with twenty-five recruits at Lana
coning, and Thoburn Post No. 21,
with thirty-eight recruits, at Frost
burg. Gen. Ross was assisted by Ad
jutant General Buter, Inspector John
son and Graham Dukehart, A. D. C.,
national clafl’. Tho officers elected ol
Thoburn Post were;
Commander—- William 11. Koch.
Sen. Vice Commandir —Thcs. Hill.
Jun. Vice Commander —Jacob Kel
Officer of the Day —L. T. DeWitt.
Qnarterm r ster —William Thomas.
Officer of the Guard —Lewis Skid
Chop ain —James P. Smith.
McPherson Post, of Lonaconing,
elected the following officers:
C. —John Douglas
S. V. C. —William Atkinson.
J. V. C.—G. L. Bennett.
O. D. —Samuel Nichols.
■ i Q —William Melndoo.
O. G. —John Martin.
, Chop lorn —o. C. Shock ey.
Ah; ut twenty members of Tyler
Po:>t, of Cumberland, accompanied by
, their drum corps, attended tho insti
tution cf the Post here and presented
f a neat appearance in their seiai-mili
. j iary uniforms.
| Thoburn Poet L Loaned alter the
, ; late Col. Jo- eph Thoburn, of the First
, Virginia Regiment, U. S. A.
The Baltinoie Gualie says “the
dep rtment officers were much pleased
f ( with their reception and enfertain
New Business Locals.
Despite tin- lima continued spell of dry
and hot ivi al tier, Dr. Saul, the uurist and
■ catarrh physician, to whom ( pace was al
lowed In mu column: some weeks since, is
sli 1 remaining in Frosl'mrg, engaged m
! receiving, consulting, examining and
trialing I hose whoso cars are diseased and
1 deaf, as well a< those who arc victims of
cal a til and hay fever. At pn rent he has
quite a number of patients ami informs us
that some of the m are speedily recovering
from I heir fa'iidii s and will soon he num
bered among tho Well. Our readers will
remember l lie tr so of ealm rli of Captain
John Weir, of Cmnhei land, which was
i | ermanenlly cured In Dr. Saul while in
Cumberland. This is evidence of ids abil
ity in treating successfully catairli of Ihe
nasal organs and the eavilles of ilie head,
lie will remain with us awhile longer
tli.it others may consult him at ids medical
parlors at Mr! Wm. Coyner's, ouo door
cast ol the Cathode Church.
It will amaze y-u to find how very
cheap Sloi'nc-Collttrs and
Utilities ean lie bought at
Prank O. Beall's
“The" Collar and Whip Man.
Go lo Hartman’s (or the best and cheap
est Bools. Mines, Minis and
i 'sips in town.
It is lo the people’s advantage to buy
filtuilwiil-e al the Ilardwaie store.
Frank C Beau.,
“The” Hardware Mali.
Buy (Viiim! atml Willow ware
where you cuu have the largest selection.
Ft ank C Beam.,
“The” Wood and Willow ware Man.
.--“.I .--x'w . K.V.i . ACA.*-.
Vo the Grcenbuctc-Lab>r Party of AUcgany
OU, the Greenback voters of Allegany
s eoumy, Md , are requested lo hold
your pi m .’.lis Saturday, Sept. 24th, 1881,
oi your icupeclivc eleel on ilistiiels, for
llm purpose ol electing live delci’sle* to
moil In convention m Cumberland, Md.,
I Thursday,Sept. Silih, 1881, for the pur
i pose o, nominating a full Greeubaek
| Labor ticket. JOSEPH LOGSDON.
Cn linn n County Executive CiumnDU'e.
Wesieruporl, M 1., Sept. 13th. 1881. Sp It.
.It .... AD Jal O T
■VOTICE IS lIFKELY GIVEN. That
IN appliralioii will lie made to the
I County CmnmU-iion.ers of Allegany c- un
ty, at their mxt re.-si- a, lor Hip opening of
a pub ic road Ironi the Pm-kci-shunr road
j eti se lo Ini- lesid* ad of Win. Myers near
Eaklmri, Mil. to nbrseet the National
I road ut Ihe dwelling of Wm. Coi.den in
i tho lown of Ei-klmrl; through the hinds ol
\ the New York mining company, Tliomns
! W. Neff, Consolidation coal company, pas
sing iica-ly around the lot i f D. W. Bus
tard, touching the corner of a lot ownid
by Hugo McGuire-, ned pustdng Ihe resi
dence if Joseeb Woun-ley. Said road
wi.l uot exceed om min- in lengili.
m m. Townsend,
D. W. BUSSAKD,
Sept 17-Ut Petitioners,
District No. 11—Fros:burg.
NKWLY lIBOISTIiItBD VOTURB.
Atkinson, Winter Davis
Bath, John Brady, James
Cooper, 0. Robert Carson, X. 11.
Carney, James Joseph
Doffeubaugh, O Demoss, C.F.
Hciutz, John L. Houser, Joseph
□art, John T.
Jeffries, Jethro Jackson,John W.
McCiiuglian, John MeCauirhnn, A. F.
McCaugliau, Daniel McCaugliau, Jas.
Mat hias, Wm. jr.
Rowe, John Rooney, Bernard
Rooney, William Rooney, John T.
Shuckhart, John U. jr. Struhe, William
Stevens, John Shaw, George
Bhuckhnrt, 0. tl.
Thomas, John P. Tippcn, James
Thomas, Beujamin M. Thomas, Chus.il.
Barth, James B. Bowen, Thomas
Davis, David S.
Getzcudauuer, C. 11.
Hoblitzell, James J.
Kennedy, James T.
McAllister, James Morgan, John
McKenzie, James S.
Relchcubach, Chas. Richardson, Lancelot
Shuckhart, John 11. Snyder, C. A.
Smithson, Romsey Sktl.y, Peter
Walker, Charles 11.
r Anderson, John
. Carroll, Joseph
Hartman, Joseph llolle, Albeit
t Seaton, Lewis
IV eisenboru, Anthony
I hereby certify that the loregolmr is a
true ropy of the li-t of voters newly regis
tered, and of tho-e stricken oil the Regis
tration hooks of District No, 11, been se
of transfer, removal or death, on the sth,
Olh,/th, Bth and Olh days of September,
\ 1881. JOHN L. PORI ER,
Sept. 17-lt, ItegMrar.
j Dislrict No. 12—East Froslburg.
j. NEWLY 11K0ISTEUED VOTEIIS.
* Arnold, John W. Anthony, Gershon
: Bluhangh, Chas. A. liennclt. Win. T.
1 Bowen, Thomas Balnea, Wm. 11.
i Cronin, Patrick Crump, Thus. J.
■ Donahue, Wm. jr. Donahue, Patrick
'j Delaney, Win. Davis, David S.
Johns, John E.
I Kennedy, P. J.
Lewis, Daniel Lyons, Thomas
1 Morgan, John Murphy, Michael
McAllister, James Mi Lauehliu,.!. A.
McKenzie, James S. Mclntyre, Pair ck
Price, Thomas J.
Sperry, Joshua Smith, David K.
Teagan, Wm. A. F. Thomas, Sam’l P.
Walker, C. H.
STUICKEN EKOM LIsT.
Corcoran, Jamor Cassidy, James
l Deal, John
0 until, Madison
[ Hauser, Joseph Uoskln.Cho W.
Mailhius, Wm. jr. MeCnlloh, W Y
MeCiiuglinii, A. F. M<'Caiiglmn,Jno.
McCaugliau, Daniel McCaugliau, Jas.
Neff, Henry K,
Porter, Josiah Powell, W. A.
. Schneider Ccrreach Shuckhart, C. 11.
Thomas, Bei j. M. Thomas, Chas, M.
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a
true copy of the list of voters uewiy regis
tered and of those stricken off the Regis
tration bocks of District No. 13, because
of transfer, removal or dcatb, on the flth,
Gill, 7th, Bth and Olh days o r September.
1881. GEORGE U. ARNOLD,
Sept. 17-lt. Ucjjitlrar.
j .'1 m. I ..... mis Advertisements.
j foi-v siiriapixi’SC
| Sa candidate for the SHERIFFALTY
* of Allegany county, subject only tuihe
j choice ol the Republican Nominating
Convention. [June 25—Ic
At Private Sale,
j j' HAVE THREE AND ONE TENTH
i ACRESof ground lying in iMcCull d.’s
midi:ion adjoining cemetery lane which I
will sell cheap to a c sb huver.
Apply to JOHN KEATING,
Se,.l 10-3 t Froslburg, Md,
e. S' m7bollmaa , s~
Bremen and lloya (Germany) Imperial
T ho Finest and PnrcNl,
TTNEQUALED IN STRENGTH AND j
U pn serving qualities, and rich in '
FLAVOR. For sale by
June 25 ALBERT IIOLLE.
The Maryland Directory.
JMIIS book contains Hie names and
postcfllcc address of Farmers, Mer-
Cliantb and others in all the counties, and
circulates in every town ami village in iliu
Stale. The revised third addition, now in
course of preparation, the publishers will
endeavor to make more i orreet and com
piete ti'iui former issues have been. They
will be pleased to receive orders for sub
scriptions and advertisements. Call on or
J. FRANK LEWIS & CO.,
15 P. O Avenue,
Sept 10-ihn Baltimore, .lid.
J. RUHR, M. D.,'
1J AS confined ids practice entirely to
! (lie treatment and cure of CON
SUMPTION and all diseases of Hie Respi
ratory system, and will positively attend
to no 1 1her cases.
Oilleo hours, daily from 9 to 11 a. m.
No bocks kept and cash required for
medicine. Cases treated by coirespon
Office at McNei l’s Drug Store.
Notice to Stockholders.
HE stockholders of Hie Tinimas
I v| Inliig ( omptuiy (late Wilb
ers Mining Company) are hereby notified
to return their certificates of stock io Hie i
Secretary without delay, and receive new i
certificates in accordance with the chance
l in me of said company as made by the
Act of 1880, cl upler 378 of the General
Assembly of Maryland.
I JOSEPH B. THOMAS,
Wm. 11. Evans, Secretary.
HAY FEVER, ASTHMA
j And Autumnal Catarrh.
I.)ERSCNB SUBJECT TO THESE
1 diseases nr analogous afflictions of
Ibe he nl. throat or dICMI arc re
commended to use
Dr. Townsend’s New Remedy,
as it lia- never failed to gl ve prompt and
decided relief in every suitable ta-e.
Those interested are respeclfitdy refer
red to J B. Thomas, Superintend! nt Con
solidation coal company; C. H. Walker
Postmaster; Benjamin Sperry, Hitchins
Bros, Dr. J. M Porter, ot Fr< slburg. and
Miss Maggie MeClalin, < f Eeklmrt Mines,
whoea'jgve personn! testimony
as to its value.
For sale iiy Hitchins Bros, and at Percy’s
a and Wingerl’s Drug Stores,
i- June 18-3 m
• IKON WORKS 1
. THOMAS IiTTaUL & SON
Vi ANO FACTOR BUS 01T
N A lu 85 H Vl r C' A <ii F
1 Ouuo ur\ and loi table Steam Engines
1 a bod Boilers, Saw and Gnat Mills,
. nrii-e nisei.inery, Car Wheels and ul.
kinds ol iron ami Brass Castings. Steam
I Minis, V, rung hi I’ipe and Fittings lor
Steam, Wstsi and Gas, at. market prices
Buildings HouU-d by Steam. Scboe
D*kE-- Sopci’* I'atect, ol all sizes. Ro
ptiir ei Varbiccr; put. -4 v -tc"- ' ■' t
Y virtue of a power coiUaiucd in a
j deeme ol the Ciicttit Court (or All.-
gnnv county, in a eau-e wherein Oscar G.
Gelzeuilaimel and others are eomplttim
mils, mid diaries H. Gelzendanm-r mi i
olhers are di-feudanls, bei-ig No. 3111
Equity, I will ell at
“ at Froslburg, Allegany count-, Maryland,
in front of the Grand Central Hotel, on
Saturday, Sept. U, IbM.
AT 101 O’CLOCK A. M.,
All that REAL ESTATE of the lute
Joseph T. Getzenduiiner which is describ
ed as follows;
First—All thivt ¥.ot nr
' of (around situate in Allegany county, |
known ns Lot No. 8, in Frost’s fourth ad
dition lo Kroslhurg, conveyed by C 11. I
llaudlliind wife t Joseph T. Ge zendan
ner, by deed dated Jill e 7. A. D. 1855, mid
■ eeoruid in Libef 11. K. No 13, folio 790,
of Hie wild records ol Allegany count y.
Tins lot Iron's GO net on Broadway, mid
is improved by a huge
TWO-STORY FRAi-iE DWELLING
And a PNE-STt-UV -RAME OFFICE
a STABLE. ICEHOUSE, Ac., i ml was
occupied by I lie late Dr. J. T. Ge zeudan
• ner as a rtsldenee mid office.
hecnnd-HI tiiiti a.of known as
Lot No. 0. in Frost’s uddb-on to Frost
lung, udj 'iiung the ui ov< proper y, which
IronlsOO feet on Broadway and vv inch was
conveyed to said Joseph 1. Ge zend.iinn r
on Apiil 19, 18G1, by deed reeoi-ded in
Liber 11. R., No. 31, loho 708 of said land
Third—4ll that Parcel ol’l
Ground known asapartof Lot No. Hi, j
Block No. 10, and a part of Lot No. 15
Block No. 11, of Frost’s heirs’ addition to -
Fioslburg, shunted on Linden street,
which v. ns conveyed to Joseph T. ( elze-n
--danner by Nelson Beall end wile-by deed
dated May 6, 1874, and recorded in Liber i
T. L.,No 43, loho 11.
the deciee for sale ol above properly
was obtained with the consent of .all heirs, 1
who ate of age, aim tne property will lo
sold tree of Urn widow’s dower.
TERMS OF SALE.—One-third cosh 1
on ratification ol sa e; oue-thhd in six
mouths from day 'ot sale, aid remaining
Hurd in 13 mouths from day of sale. Thu
deferred payments to hear interest from
day ul sale. A. HUNTER BOYD,
Aug 37-la Trustee.
Mlseeliili'eniis \d verlisements.
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i A 'lie Male and Con■■ It Tiiipn
lor I MSI are now duo and payab e, and
Iba a discount of 5 pur cent, will bo al
lowed on all taxes paid before the Ist day
of Hep: ember; I pel cent, on all paid dur
ian September, ami ;l per cent, during
Ortolan. No discount alt r that dale wi l
be al owed.
(•(lice at J.J. Keller’s store, where I will
be found every day lor the purpose of re
ceiving the same. N. S. FROST,
July 16-tf Collector 8d Dislrict.
Dll. L. B. WILSON’S
li.iHTs a i. if ft in i:
A HE PKRPCT FOR EAT.NG-AND
SPEAKiNG. I.ite-liko in appear
ance. Natural teeth tilled. Consultations
Painless Extractions by tins Daily.
..Vo. 17 North Liberty Street,
Boot, Shoe, Hat and Cap
The Latest Novelties in
Boots aad Shoes
arc now displayed on niv counters. Every
style of UKNITI.KMKM’N II ATS
I AM) < AI*S AT' LOW PRICES.
1 a- i keep constantly on I iml n large
supply of Coal her and SSioc Find*
iiigs. An inspection of my shale before
purchasing is reipiosted,
TRUNKS A SPECIALTY.
Main street, Frostburg, Md.
SSfAgeul for the Peerless Remington
Hewing Machine. [May 7-lf
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Its use bee.me so universal that lor over
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ors, TRICOS, PIQUES, VELVETS, &c.
A FULL LINE OF
i White Marseille*
TO It WIIf IT K VESTS.
Everything to lie had in a Urst-clas
Tailoring Establishment can lie found liere.
You are rtqueried to call and examine
my stock, it will cost you nothing il you
don’t leave your order,
j Iw II can!lime to supervise the Mens
! uriug, Cutting ani Jinking myself,and will
(Juaranlee a Neal and Fashionable Fit
j to all who may patrou'ze mo.
1 As lam determined that no trade shall ;
go outside of town I have put my prices
down to the
Lowest Notch :
and feel confident that with good material,
excellent workmanship and care and at
tention you will he pleased with my work.
Again asking tuc patronage of my old
friends and new ones 100,
I uni yours, Ac., n
A. LOEWENSTZIN, | p
Thk Tailob, A
Apr 2- Muiu Street, Frostburg. j
IAIEDMONT (Bnltimoreand Ohio i ait
I o:ui,) Wesrt Virginia,
Nov 7 ,T. p A . ENTLER Prop’.
i'OB K E JST T ,
IMil.'S OPKKA II Ills I,
• ) OOMS on 2d floor,suitable for Offices-
IV Apply to TUGS. 11. PAUL,
Mar 11 Frostburg, Md.
IP YOU WANT TO BUY BARGAINS IN
Goto \V. F. A, WOODCOCK’S.
No, 83 Baltiiiioro Street,
Bed Spectacles in the World I
Fine Watch and Jewelry repairing a
specialty Apr 9-y
JGO. A. WINGEKT,
FROSTB URG, MD.
paints, oils, dye stuffs,
Fine Toilet Xolious,
WALL PAPERS—endless variety of
WINDOW lit ASM—all sizes, etc.
Prescriptions promptly and
care) it tty com pounded.
BEALL'S BLOCK, FROSTBURG, MD.
1-. to 1880
Cunard Steamship Co.,
| BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIV
-1 >EUl’OOL,ealllugal Queenstown each
way. Proposed sailings from Pier 40,
North River, New Y r ork :
Bothnia Wednesday July 6
*Gallia “ “ 18
Marathon “ 13
Batavia “ “80
Algeria “ “27
Scythia “ Aug 3
Bothnia “ “10
Gallia “ “17
Catalonia .... “ " S 4
Servia “ “81
■*Will not carry Steerage.
Proposed sal ings from Prince’s Landing
Algeria Saturday July 9
Scythia “ “ 16
Bothnia “ “ 2d
Gallia “ “ 30
Catalonia “ Aug H
Serviu “ “ ißi
Scythia “ “ Sfln
Bothnia... “ “ 27
Cabin passage, 880 and 8100 gold r
Sterage, 828. I
T HUS. G. PORTER, ]
July 3 Frostburg, Md.
MEW EMPOBIM OF
Art ami Picture Gallery.
ICOGKBS, THK ARTIST,
I S OCCUPYING Ills NEW GALLERY
i In the Porter Buildiug, on Broadway.
Neither expense or lalior has been spared
to make il complete throughout.
\?o Have All Needed Facilities.
Our light is equal to the best in the world.
We are deloi mined to please. Our prices
are low. Tin types have bceu reduced.
We say without fear of contradiction
that we iiave the best, finest and cheapest
ever brought to Frostburg. Moulding
of the latest patterns on hand. We wifi
make frames to order cheaper Ulan they
can hr bought elsewhere.
Pictures and Fancy Articles, sue!: as
Fine Chr. inos, Artotypcs, Water Colors,
Embossed Oil, etc., always on baud.
Wo earnestly solicit a call and will al
ways be pleased to show whether
you want to buy or not.
Thankful to iriends and patrons, one
and all, for past favors, I am, etc., - "
A. A, ROGERS,
Gallery in the Porter Budding, opposite
Gctzemlauner properly, Broadway.
Branch Gallery at Lonacouing in Mrs.
Bell’s Building. C. A. TREAT,
May 7-lf Operator.
The Great. Rush
IS UNPRECEDENTED HERE.
VIEW SPRING DRESS OUODB
IV arriving daily from the marts of the
eas f , such as
ol Ike very latest and most fashionable
styles. Our Gout’s Furnishing Goods De
partment embraces the
IN STRAW AW” FELT** Ul ” f ‘
HATS and CAPS,
FINE LINE OF BOOTS AND SHOES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. I
In fact wo can otter you everything us
al'.y found in a large country store and .
puces that will suit the pocket-book.
Main St.,ojip. Williams’ Marble Y'tiicL
May 14-Gm Frostburg, Md.
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