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We have all sizes in DR. WARNER’S ABDOMINAL AND NURSING CORSETS, Also, the BEST CORSET in market for sl. A 75-cent colored CORSET, ill perfect condition, REDUCED TO 50 CENTS! At the low price of 50 cents, it is unrivaled'. HUTCHINS BROS. THE MINIMgToURNAL J. B. ODEE. C. W. ODER. J. B ODERABRO., PROPRIETORS. Joseph Womslcy, BUSINESS AGENT AT EOKHART. Offlce,MalnSt.,!Ulchlusßros.Hulldlug TERMS OK HUUSt'KirTION : One Copy, ono year, iu advance $1 5 •• 44 six month*, ** ........ 75 Frostbnrt, Oft. 8. 1881. The regular monthly meeting of the City Council will be held in their chamber next Monday evening. Death of a Prominent Citizen, —J. Galloway Lynn, sr., Esq., of Cum berland, died at "Rose Hill,*’ his res idence, last Saturday. He had held many useful public and tusiness positions and always enjoyed a high character. He was 78 years old, and died lamented by a host of relatives and friends. A Splendid Treat.— The poor printer’s family was surprised and delighted Monday evening at the reception of a basket of nice peaches —a rare production this season. The tender was made by Mr. George W. Tennant fr.om fruit of his own growth. We have already expressed our thanks, but the treat is one Of so much excellence that we repeat them here. Lonaconinq was again visited by the fire fiend last Saturday afternoon. From what our reporter could gather it seems that a large stable in the rear of Mrs. Susan Sloan’s residence was set on fire by some one and before the flames could be stayed it was burn ed to the ground. Situated as it was— in the midst of some fine private residences—it is a wonder it was not more serious. Church MATTEES--i?- Opening and Dedication — Preaching. —The M. E. Church, South, which has been in course of enlargement and ropai during the past few months, will b re-opened and dedicated to-morrow (Sunday, 9th inst.) at 10i o'clock a. m. Rev. S. K. Cox, of Baltimore, will preach. At 3p. m. Rev. Henry Homan, of West Virginia, will preach, and at 7i p. m. Rev. Dr. Cox will again occupy the pulpit. This gen tleman is a prominent city pastor, and is editor of the Episcopal Methodist. Rev. John N. Nott, of Mt. Savage, will officiate and preach at St. John’s P. E. Church, to-morrow (Sunday) at 7 p. m. Ihe morning services will be omitted. Rev. Dr. Keedy, of Hagerstown, will occpuy the English Lutheran pulpit to-morrow (Sunday) morning and evening Singular Accident— A Man Choked to Death. —About three o'olook Tuesday afternoon Frederick Lutz, of this place, seventy-two years of age, lost his life at Engle's meat store in an "unuaal manner. He was standing by while Mr. William Engle was slic ing ham. He took a small piece and while chewing it some discussion arose aa to its purity. It is supposed this nauseated him, as he indicated a desire to vomit. Mr. Engle directed him to the rear of the house, but in a moment he came back with arms up lifted and faoe discolored, and fell upon Mr. Engle’s shoulders, thence to the floor —dead. Mr. Frederick Bepler was present and seeing the situation struck Mr. Lutz several blows between the shoulders with the hope of relieving him. He ako called in Dr. Ravensoraft, but the patient was beyond surgical aid. The entire transaction took place within five minutes. Justice Atkin son’s attention being called tp the matter, he heard the statements of Messrs. Engle, Coyner and Bepler, and decided an iaquest unnecessary. It is supposed that the piece fell in the trachea and could not be dis lodged. The deceased left a widow and seven children, five of whom are grown. The funeral took place Wed nesday at the German Lutheran Church. Political Matters. —The recent greenback-labor county convention adopted the following ‘‘declaration of principles," in their own words, “as a means to the end of a more perfect unity of purposes and action among the consistent advocates of financial reform and industrial emancipation, i we submit this concise declaration of principles for the candid consideration of every friend of progress 1. Wo demand the immediate abolition of all banka of issue, (State or National) ' and the replacing of the National bank currency with uulundable full legal tender paper money. 2. We demand the establishment of postofllce depositories in all cities and towns in the United States, for the deposit of all the surplus moneys of the people and thus secure absolute safety to the indus trial classes of the savings of their labor. 3. We demand that the money adequate to do the business of the country, whether coin or paper, or both, bo supplied by the general government, and bo an unquali fied legal tender in any amount for all debts and dues, public and private j that the amount of circulation shall tye equal to and not exceed fifty dollars per capita un til the business interests of the country dcinaud a change. 4. Wc demand that the government bonds shall be paid from any money in the treasury as rapidly as they become dne i and that no more non-taxablc or intcrc-I bearing government bonds be refunded or Issued for any purpose whatever. 5. Wo demand that no more public land shall bo disposed of except for actual and immediate settlement and cultivation. (1 Wc demand the passage of tn act im posing a graduated income tax on all in comes over two thousand dollars. 7. We demand that every citizen shall ' be guaranteed the equal, free, untaxed ex orcise of the right ol suffrage. 8. We demand that corporate greed and personal availed shall be restrained by the enactment of equitable land) imitation laws. 9. Wc demand that the frcedineii shall be guaranteed equal opportunity under the law in the unrestrained exercise of every just attribute of free citizenship. 10. We demand the exorcise by the peo ple of their just right to limit and control by legislation, State or national, the growth and power of railroadsand all other transportation companies and monopolies in their management and rates, that divi dends upon fictitious capital and watered slock, and all consolidations and combina tions detrimental to the welfare of the people should be prohibited by law, and if persisted in their charters should be for feited, and their vested rights restored to the people who gave them. 11. Wc demand a reduction of the stand ing army and the discharge of the super numerary officers of the army and navy. 12. We demand a practical civil service reform by and through the popular elec tion of United States Senators, postmas ters and other official servants of the people. The following were also adopted : llesokcd, 1. That we affirm the platform adopted by r the Chicago convention, June oth and 10th, 1880, and pledge our undi vided support to the candidates of our party here nominated. 2. The taxation of railroads, corpora tions, and all other species of wealth, wherever found, at the same rate that the persons and property are taxed. 3. The abolition o) useless offices. 4. The reduction of all salaries to what would lie earned iu an ordinary avocation of life, to secure honesty in legislation and parity in public offices. 5. The strictest economy with the strict est accountability to pervade every branch of the government; the gradual payment of the public debt. G. That excessive office-holding be abated. 7. The repeal of the coal and iron police law. Mr. William Broderick, of Lona couing, having announced himself an independent candidate for the State Senate, has retired in a manly card. It has transpired that Mr. Otto Hohing, republican nominee for Sher ( iff, is not of sufficient age, as pre scribed by the Constitution, to hold that office. At his request the coun ty committee has withdrawn his name from the ticket. Messrs. L. T. DeWitt, of this place; 0. M. King, ot Ellerslie; J. W. Shuck, K. H. But ler, Jacob Brengle and Edward Hadra, of Cumberland; Abram Casey, of Mt. Savage, and Robert Matbeny and Adam Thompson, of Lonaconing, are spoken of in connec tion with (he new nomination, which will be made by the committee to-day. A miner writes to the News that ‘‘considerable has been said ol late about the miners all voting for Mr. Oder," and that this statement “is a mistake.” For his own part at least, Mr. Oder has never assumed so much, nor has he approved all that has been claimed for him in this connection. He believes, however, that the assur ances of a large number of miners are worth something—so much indeed that if it turns out on the other hand that “the entire mining vote" is re corded against him, he will be very much surprised. The democratic convention in Oak land Tuesday nominated the follow ing ticket for Garrett county; For State Senate, William R. Getty; House of Delegates, George T. Michael and Samuel Johnson; County Commission ers, Otto Spoelman, M. Mattingly and J. R. Bishop; Sheriff, E. Jamison; Surveyor. T. J. Mitchell. i Died. —ln this town, Saturday, . [ Sept. 24,1881, George Porter, aged ii 25 years and 6 months. The do- 1 ceased left a widow and one child. ! 1 * 0 Coal production holds up fairly with last year. A little more push ' and we will be even. The Baltimore Sun sends us a beautiful specimen of the "Preserva tiva-Art-Progreesive” from its job rooms. It is full of matter interest ing to the Oriole visitor. Tramps. — Officer Sullivan arrested two tramps —a nlau and woman — Sunday evening an‘d confined them in the "lookup,” for being drunk and disorderly and attempting to break into stables. The officer start ed them out of town Monday. The Weather. —Until Tues day the present fall weather has been unusually mild and pleasant, indeed the spectacle was presented Mon day of cherry trees in fall blossom but tho change of Tuesday gave us an inkling of what we might expect in cold weather. Overcoats were donned and stoves put up. Wednes day morning a heavy frost was dis covered and ice formed on exposed pools of water. Things Evident—That Frost ave nue is a fortunate street . That Qsorgo Hill still makes better soap than is brought from abroad. That the grass is too short to make skimmed milk. That the pickle crop is a failure. That the canal ought to be fed by our water woiks. That the lower reservoir should be cleaned first. 1 That Mr. Hohing does not wish he “were a boy again." That the coal trade is “jes so, boss." That the Oriole is “voa nice leetle bird." That we should have had some of our Septober in Octember. That most political talk is growing more and more dishonest and unre ! liable. That the information given the Cumberland Times “that tho compa nies would sand more coal to market if they could mine it faster, there being a scarcity of miners just now,” is an eighteen-karat joke. That the excavation at the corner of Broadway and Mechanic streets is more dangerous just after the 15th than at any other period of the month. That mollia tempora fandi have not arrived. That the industry of the Virginia miners on the day of President Gar field’s funeral, when everybody else, including the proprietor, was observ ing it out of respect to the memory of the illustrious dead, was not of that kind which speaks well either of their patriotism or manliness. That oysters are suffering for rain. That if the multiplication of Sena torial candidates and the subtraction of commissioners and sheriffs go on, the democratic and republican par ties will be reduced to vulgar fractions. That the Baltimore American pays the miners ever so much of a left hnnded compliment. That we aro having an earlier spring this fall than usual. That “mihi curaf atari" is tho motto of tho average nominee. That a sham battle is a safer game than base ball. That extremes met when "original” republicans and Jeffersonian demo crats played the “justice and mercy” programme and turned up lovingly on the greenback ticket. That Fred. Johnson has enough tin on hand to roof the town, and enough over to veneer the countenances of all the political liars on the road. That the Cumberland Times has us at a vast disadvantage just now upon the Frostburg and Cumberland girl question. That the people of Lonaoouing, Phoenix-like, are busily engaged ‘ 'ri sing from tho ashes." That “Eckhart ’ writes an interest ing letter, and that we will be glad to hear from him more frequently. That we cannot and will not be held responsible for either the state ments or opinions of correspondents of the Journal. That tho Journal is so much in need of money that it is impossible to smile satisfactorily. That Mr. William J. Farrell will not be a disinterested spectator of one of the “battles" to-day. That Her Majesty’s Ship, Pinafore, will drop anchor in the harbor of Frostburg on the 21st; the crew will come ashore and have a merry time of it for the delectation of the native.'. That we are largely indebted to the Westminster (Md.) Advocate, Bal timore Gazette, Front Royal (Va.) Sentinel, and several other valued ex changes lor rscent complimentary references. That tho music Nickel’s Mastodon Minstrels are rehearsing is said to be the most melodious ever heard in this section. That the way tho oases are chang ing bases is a caution to the circum stances. That these remarks are probably more numerous thin humorous. Pinafore to be Given in Frost burg,—By particular request of a number of citizens of Frostburg, the company who gave such a successful performance of the comic opera “Pin afore" at the Academy of Music, Cumberland, last February, will pre sent that opera at Odd Fellows Opera House on the evening of October 21st. The company comprises about forty ladies and gentlemen. The solo parts are taken by talented vocalists, the chorus is full, powerful and well balanced and the orchestra consists of ten skillful musicians. The opera is given with special scenery, represent ing the dock of a man-of-war, and the costumes are appropriate and hand some. The performance of the opera in Cumberland was universally praised and many persons say this rendition of it compared very favorably with those of the best professional troupes. We are assured that the opera will be given here pteoiscly as at Cumber land, the closest attention being paid to the musical expression, stage bus iness and dramatic action, The per formance is for a worthy object and piices will be moderate. Of the opera itself it is scarcely necessary to speak, its name being a household word and the characters, melodics, etc., familiar to our readers, although it has never been given in Frostburg. The piece had an unpre cedented run, both in England, where it originated, and in America, and was during the season of 1879-80 played at nearly all the theatres of this country at cnce. The ordinary dramatic pieces 1 were thrown in the shade, and numbers i of actors were pressed into service as singers. Pinafore owes its extreme r popularity to its sparkling music, up roarious fun, pretty secnery and cos ; lumes, and above all to its total free dom from objectionable features. It is a very mine of innocent amusement i and unadulterated fun and its audi ences have been largely made up of church members and children. As the opera has never been presented here we bespeak for tho “sisters, cous ins and aunts” of Sir Joseph Porter a hearty reception. The advertisement will appear next week. Dr. Townsend’s Remedy.— Several weeks ago we promised the publication of a letter from Rev. Henry Ward Beecher certifying the merits of Dr. Townsend’s Hay Fever and Asthma Remedy. Slope delay occurred, how ever, but we are at length able to lay it before our readers: Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept, 24,1881. Dr. M. M. lowntend, Frostburg Md. : My Dear Sir: In spite of all reports to the contrary your Ilay Fever Cure has worked admirably mmy own ease and in three others, which have come under my observations. In my own case tho attack was entirely prevented for ten days after the usual time of its coming; it was so light during the next two weeks that it did not materially interfere with eating, sleoping, reading, writing or comfort, and made my stay at home very pleasant. T here was no asthma whatever at the close, and I have resumed my public services in Plymouth church two weeks in advance of the usual time. My sister, Mis Perkius, who has been an annual sufferer for more that forty years, has been absolutely free from any attack whatever,as I should have been, doubtless, if I had kept the house and screened myself from heat and dust. A sister of my son’s wife has about my ex perience, viz, a long-deferred attack, slight inconvenience, and entire exemption from asthma, though usually a great sufferer. You cau say for me that I am indebted to you for a great emancipation. Ido not say to any that your remedy is a certain cure in ail cases; but in niy judgement the . probabilities of benefit are such that I should recommend all hay fever sufferers to make a thorough trial of it. Even if It failed in ten cases, I believe thai it will be surc'in ninety in a hundred. Can more than this be said for quinine and opium, in cases where tr.oy are regarded as spe cifies? You are at liberty to make such use of this letter ns may secure the relief of all hay fever patients. Henry Ward Bbboubr. Death of a Former Frostburg Pastor. —Rev. L. A. Morgan, assis tant pastor of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, Washington, D. 0., died at Bartlesville, Montgamery county, Md. aged 64 years. He had been in de clining health from consumption of the lungs for two years, and went to Barnesville two weeks ago in the hope that a change of air would benefit him. Rev. Mr. Morgan was a native of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, and became a convert to the Catholic faith at 20 years of age. He was educated in theeology at St. Charles College and St. Mary’s Seminary, and was ordained at latter place in 1860 by Archbishop Spalding. His first mission was at Rockville, Montgomery county, and he afterwards became assistant pastor at St. John's Catholic Church, Baltimore. He came thence to Frostburg. It was during his ad ministration here that St. Michaels Church was projected and mainly erected. He made hosts of friends here who remember him affection ately. From this place he went to Washington as assistant pastor of St. Patrick's Church, where he remained until incapacitated by failing health a short time ago. Rev. V. F. Schmitt left Thursday to attend the funeral. “Know thyself" is good advice. And to find out all about yourself in the shortest time get nominated for office. Complaint of the postmaster at Westernport reaches ns. Some of our subscribers there do not receive their papers promptly. Journalistic.—Messrs. T. B. Tay lor & Son. of the Cumberland Times, have introduced Mr. K. N. Harper to the public as associate editor of that paper. Mr. H. is highly spoken of and we trust his new connections may result in profit to himself and the proprietors, and that the Times may become more popular than ever. Mr. H. H. Robinson will commence the publication of the Lonaconiog Jievicw next week. It will be inde pendent of politico. En passant, the Valley Timis an nounces a change of front from an independent to a republican paper. It will also appear semi-weekly— Wednesdays and Saturdays. We sincerely trust both our Lona ooning contemporaries may prosper. The Piedmont Observer is a newsy, well printed paper. Our quondam correspondent, Mr. 0. H. Bruce, is local editor. He does excellently. Personal.—Marx Wineland, Esq., left Tuesday last for the eastern cities for the purpose of purchasing a large stock of fall goods. Miss Katie Beeler, of Baltimore, who has been summering at Dr. J. M. Porter’s, left for her home Tuesday. Mr. S. A. Cox, formerly of this county, is now assistant secretary of the National Fair Association, of Washington, D, 0. We acknowledge receipt of the prize list from him„also an invitation to the fair which opens Monday, October 10th and continues until the 15th. Among the attrac tions offered to viaitors to Washing ton during this time will he the re ception of the French visitors, illumi nation of Pennsylvania avenue at night, historical tableaux, military and civic parades, &o. Mr. Elisha Coombs, an old and re spected citizen of Troy, Ohio, died at that place Friday, Sept. 30. He was for many years a resident of this county. Mr. 0. Hartman went east Thurs day for new goods. Messrs. Daniel Hampton, of Con nellsville, Pa., and Otto Frey, of Pitts burg, are visiting the family of A. E. Frey, Esq. George Jeffries, Esq., is recovering from a severe bilious attack. Mr. A. E. Frey's condition is con sidered critical. Georges Creek Coal— Weekly Statistics of Shipments. —The record of shipments from the mines of the Georges Creek coal region for the week ending Saturday, October 1, 1881, closed as follows ; Toial tons for week 49,6.7 “ “ “ year 1,543,545 Decrease from corresponding pe riod last year 17,537 Total tone to B. & 0 R. for week 39,035 “ “ “ " “ year. 1000,019 Increase over corresponding pe. riod last year 77,720 Total tons to C.& O Canal for week 13,304 “ “ “ “ “ year. 833,273 Decrease over corresponding pe riod lost year 184,024 Total tons to Pa. R. for week.... 6,077 “ “ “ “ “ year 309,049 Increase over corresponding pe riod last year 88,159 Total tous skipped over C. & P. R. for week 99,847 Over same for year 1,374,990 Total tons shipped over G. C. & C. R. for week 8,093 Over same for year 114,424 Heaviest shippers lasfweek— 1, Consolidation..(tous) 14,847 8, New Central “ 0,410 8, Georges C’k C & I “ 5,721 4, Maryland “ 4,041 5, American “ 8,085 6, Borden “ 3,737 7, Maryland Union “ 8,315 Heaviest shippers this year— 1, Consolidation, .(tons) 619,416 2, New Central “ 214,033 3, Georges C’k O.&I “ 183,058 4, Maryland Union “ 120,928 5, Borden “ 119,620 0, American “ 73,433 7, Maryland “ 71,816 8, Potomac “ 50,920 9, Va, Mines “ 60,770 New Business Locals. Photographs.—Now is tho time to “get your lookncas tooken” at Wooers’ New Gallery. Frames and Albums al ways on hand. _ Itoucrs. the Artist, has what er cry family should tiave—good Pictures of the martyred President, James A. Garfield, and his noble wife; both true likenesses and worthy to hang anywhere. Prices 25 cents, 60 cents, and sl. Business Locals, Attention I—l have a half dozen nice, pleasant homes, for sale cheap and on easy terms. James Kane, Agent. It will amaze you to find how very cheap Whip*), Horse-Collars and llantes can be bought at Frank O. Beall’s “The” Collar and Whip Man. Go to Hartman’s for tho best and cheap est Hoots, Shoes, Hals and Caps in town. It is to the people’s advantage to buy Hardware at the Hardware store. Frank C. Beall, “The" Hardware Man. Boy Wood and WlHowware where you can have the largest selection. Frank C. Beall, “The” Wood and Willowwate Man. New Advertisements. 3ST O TI C 33. MR. JOHN BTODDART is the author ized agent for the Pittsburg Labor Tribunt for tills section. Al! persons | wishing to settle their subscriptions or re new the same,can do so by calling on him at JOHN CHAMBERS’ store. [Oct 8 KENNY HOUSE, Piedmont, West ¥., T. KENNY, - Proprietor. '■pHia Hotel has one of the finest Sample i Rooms on line of B. &O. railroad. Oct 8-y W ARNIN Or ~ r pilE party who look tho Two Pieces 1 of 3-Inch Iron Pipe from the railroad bridge on Bowery street is KNOWN, and will be prosecuted it the pipe is not returned at once. JAMES KANE, Oct 8 President. dissolution^ Frostbuko, Md., July 10,1881. 'pUE firm of B. X. SCHOFIELD & CO. I is dissolved by mutual consent. B. X. SCHOFIELD continues tho business on bis own account. B. X. SCHOFIELD, Oct B—3l* ABRAHAM MORRIS. Commissioners’ Meeting. Office of the Comuissioneiis of ) Allegany County, > Cumberland, Md., Oct 5,1881.) ''PHE COMMISSIONERS OF ALLE 1 GANY COUNTY will meet at their office in Cumberland on Nfonday, October 17th, 1881, to transact aucli basines* as rnav properly , come before them. L.T. DeWIIT, Oct B—tm Clerk. They “take The Lead,” DISTANCING ALL COMPETITION! Estcy Organa, (Beautiful New Styles.) . WEBER. ) : DECKER BROS., I „ r . : FISCHER, >■ PIANOS, (late Nunns & Clark.) J , Large and Varied Stock. ID RICES LOW, cither for cash or on . instalments. Address JAMES E. REYNOLDS, Oct B—lm Cumberland, Md. State of Maryland, TREASURY DEPARTMENT, i Comptroller's Office, Annapolis, Md., Oct. Ist, 1881. IN pursuance of the requirements of Section 6 of Article Oi) of the Code of . Public General Laws, as amended at Jan uary Session, 1870, Chapter 200,1 herewith ' publish the following list of accounting i officers in Allegany county who arc in ar rears to tire State of Maryland, and liable 1 to publication under said law, together with the amount due by each as of Ill's day. THOMAS J. KEATING, Comptroller of the Treasury. i 5 - ™ NAMES. • 2. S ■a S. J. B. Ilumbird, late Collector 1870 $1,000.18 $55.53 > N. S. Frost, Collector .... 1880 80.71 .31 PUBLIC SALE -—OB'— ' Valuable Real Estate. r pilE undersigned will offer at public 1 JL sale in front of tho Grand Central Ho tel in Frestburg, at 4 o’clock, p. in., on Saturday, October 22, 1881, all that Lot of Ground situate on corner ■ of Main and Eleventh street or alley, east end of Froslburg, fronting 55 feet on said Main street and running back 105 feet to First alley, being the property formerly owned by Joseph Jandorf, Esq. Said i property is improved by a TWO-STORY llrick Hoiihc with BASEMENT. Term of Sale— One-third of purchase money cash; one-third in one year, and ' residue in two years, deferred payments to : bear interest irom day of sale ;or all cash I at option of purchaser. . Title perfect. JAMES KANE, Oct B—ts Agent. ' 1810 1880 1 Cunard Steamship Co., LIMITED, Between new York and Liv erpool,calling at Queenstown each ■ way. Proposed sailings from Pier 40, ! North River, New York: Scythia Wednesday Oct. 12 , Bothnia “ “ -19 ' Gallia “ “20 Parthia “ Nov. 2 , Batavia Saturday “ 5 , Algeria Wednesday! “ 0 Scythia “ “10 Bothnia “ “23 Gallia “ “30 . Catalonia .... “ Dec. 7 Servia “ “14 Proposed sailings from Prince’s Landing Stage, Liverpool; Gallia Saturday Oct. 15 Algeria “ “ 22 Batavia “ “ 22 Scythia “ “29 Bothnia “ Nov. 5 Gallia “ ... “ 13 Catalonia “ “ 19 Servia “ “ 36 Scythia “ Dec. 7 Bothnia “ “ 10 Cabin passage, 880 and 8100 gold; Sterage, 838. THOS. g. pouter, Oct 8 Froslburg, Md. SIMS HOUSE, OlEDMONT,(Baltimore and Ohio rail 1 oad,) Wesrt Virginia, Nov 7 J.P.A.ENTLEB.Prop’r. D J. BLACKIBTON. .IAS. E. ELLEGOOD BLACEISTON k ELLEGOOD, Attorneys-at-Law, 2 Washington St., Cumberland, Md. Apr 9-y NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the State and County Tuxes lor 1881 are now duo and payable, and Unit a discount of 5 per cent, will bo al lowed on all taxes paid before the Ist day of September; 4 per cent, on all paid dur ing September, aad 3 per cent, during October. No discount alter that date will be allowed. Office at J.J. Keller’s store, where I will , be found every day for the purpose of rc- i ceiving the same. N. S. FROST, July 10-tf Collector 3d District. 1 Miscellaneous Advertisements. FOB SAhE r rHE LEVI PORTER DWELLING, 1 fine lot, situated upon Main street (National road.) Will be sold upon easy terms. Apply to GEO. HENDERSON, Jb., Oot l-3m Gumberlsnd, Md. Dll. L. B. WILSON’S CELEBRATED Enamel Teeth LASTS A LIFETIME Are perfgt for eating and SPEAKING. Life-like in appear ance. Natural teeth filled. Consultations free. Painless Extractions by Gas Daily. DENTISTRY TAUGHT. No. 17 North Liberty Street, CUMBERLAND, MD. Sept 25-y AdniliiiHtrutor’H Notice. 'IMIIB IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the I subscriber lias obtained f. MB tho Or phans' Court for Allegany county, Mary land, letters of administration, with the will annexed, on the estate of Delilah Anderson, deceased. All per sons having claims against the deceased, arc hereby warned to exhibit tho same, with tho vouchers thereof duly authenti cated, to the subscriber on or before the ' 27th day of April, 1882; they may other : wise by law bo excluded from all benefits of tho said estate. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate are re quested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 27th day of September, 1881. THOMAS ANDERSON, Administrator, with tho will annexed. Oct l-3t GEO. A. WINGEKT, Druggist, FROSTBURG, MD. JJEADQUARTERS for Drugs, Medicines, FAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, Fine Toilet Notions, WALL PAPERS—endless variety of pretty patterns, ' WINDOW GLASS —all sizes, etc. • Prescriptions promptly and r carefully compounded. r BEALL’S BLOCK, FROSTBURG, MD. ; May 7—tf _ FOR SALEOR RENT 'IMIE undersigned desires to dispose of 1 I Ins tarm situated 4 miles northwest of Wellersburg in Somerset county, Pa., containing in all 312 acres—lso of which are under cultivation and the balance in timber. There is over $3,000 worth of roek-oak timber on the tue place and it is underlaid with fire clay, some coal and iron oro. It can be devided handily into two or three firms as there are buildings ; in three different parts of the farm. It has also four good apple and peach or chards, three meadows and two good ; groves of cherry and plum trees and some pear and quince trees, and some grape vines. The Land Produces Well. The above I will sell for $3,300 —title , good. Parties desiring further in;ormaliou ' cun obtain the same by calling on tho un dersigned on tho premises or by addressing men letter. HENRY BUADOWER, Oct l-2ui* Wellersburg, Pa. Still Holding Forth! w. bTspill 4 NNOUNCES TO HIS PATRONS J\. that he is still offering the best and purest of [ CONFECTIONERY , at extremely low prices. Also, always on hand a choice lot of Film IN, NUTS, Ac. NOVELTIES & TOYS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 1 Choice Literature in the shape of beau tifullv-hound BOOKS I ; Autograph and Photograph Albums. , Also a large assortment ol Flow ers and I‘lantS for the garden and Green : Groceries. Come and examine my largo , stock. W. B. SPILL, Feb 13] Main street, Froslburg, Md. INSOL VENT NOTICE. i Henry L. Crouse) ; . > No. 1296 Insolvents. His Creditors. J ORDERED, This 20th day of July 1881, that the 2d Monday of October next at 10 o’clock a. m. is hereby fixed as , the time at which Henry L. Crouse, insol vent petitioner, shall appear in the Circuit Court for Allegany county, to answer such interrogatories or allegations as his credi tors, endorsers ore sureties may propose or allege against him, and that John 3. Grove, permanent trustee for the benefit ot the creditors of said petitioner, shall prior to the said 2d Monday of October next, give at least forty days notice of tho day so fixed and of tho purport of this order by publication in some newspaper printed in the city of Fiostburg. THKO. LUMAN, Clerk. Jno. S. Gkove, Permanent Trustee. Aug 20 Stoves & Tinware L RED. JOHNSON is still active i and doing a good business at No. 49 Main St., Frostburg, Where he sells tho BEST STOVE In town. I refer to the well known “Ironsides!” Wldch Ims tho largest oven and is the quickest baking stove in the market. I also manufacture and keep coni stoutly on hand the most substantial and very best Tinware! TO BE FOUND. ■ Soliciting a raU and an inspection ofthw 1 superb New Ironsides Cook Stove and my stock of tinware, I remain years, ‘ Apr 9-y FRED. JOHNSON.