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Miscellaneous Adisrtlseinents.
Shtrt Line Passenger Trains.
OrauMMlng Msnday, Nor. 28,1881.1
PASSENGER TRAINS of the George’s |
Creek sad Cumberland Railroad and
As Psansylranla Railroad Company, (by
Philadelphia time, which Is S minutes
sarller than Baltimore time);
Dmh/, bmxde iy excepted.
LIATX CUMBERLAND—
UPer Lomaeoaing, 6.01 a. m., 9.60 a. m.
•Ml 8.46 p. m.
Per Bedford, Pittsburg, Philadelphia
Mid Mew Tork, 8 .13 a. m. and 355 p. m. I
AXAT* LOMACONING—
I.M a. M., 11.00 m. and 3.30 p. m.
/Sunday Traim.
LMATS OUMBIKLAND-
Pbr Lowwoning, 9.00 a. m. and 3.00 p. m
LMATB LONACONING
-18.60 p. as., 11 a. m. and 5 p. in.
(Bsettnlonlela lor DAN’S ROCK can
leave Cumberland any day at 9.30 a. m..
ad returiag leave Yale Summit for
Qua her lead at 3.30 p. m.)
JAB. A. MILLUOLLAND,
See 8 General Manager.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD,
(BSDFORD DIVISION.)
OM aad after Oct. SI, 1881, Passenger
Trains arrive and depart as follows;
i —ijuvu—, a tenons. ,—arkivb —,
Vall.lxp. Exp. Mail. I
a, m. r. u. r. m. p. m.
til 866 Cumberland 110 10 30
IH 187 Hyndman 13 38 10 18
A. M.
IM 480 Bedford 11 40 920
ft T 9 645 Huntingdon 920 700
116 190 Altoona 800 235
A. M.
:30 13 01 PitUburg 8 45 1
40 r. W. Harrisburg 415 405
11 85 p. M.
705 A, jl Philadelphia 1155 12 10
8 16 A. M.
10 00 686 New York 835 855
kAUUIVa —' ' LEAVE '
“MOTH.—Time here given is Pennsyl
vaula Railroad (Philadelphia) time, which
tvs Minutes faster than Baltimore time.
Me change of cets between Cumberland
end Huntingdon. Through cars belweou
Huntingdon end Philadelphia, Now York
and Pittsburg. Passengers from points
sent o< Hyndman, fur Somerset, take Ex
press train west; change cars st Hyndman,
and arrive at Somerset at 4.55 p. m.
Tickets sold and baggage checked by
PBTBB NOON, Agent, corner of Balli
ntore and Lihsny Streets, Cumbsrluud,
and at the depot. ’Bus will call at resi
dences fer passengers and laggage, on
netice left with agent.
Incursion Tickets to Bedford sold every
IsSurday during the summer season; good
to return until the following Monday.
J. U. WOOD,
General Passenger Agent.
Tmos. A. Roberts, Superintendent.
Mer 16
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
OM and after Nov. 20,1881, trains will
arrive and depart as follows;
AEBIVn I WESTBOUND TRAINS I DEPART
18:85 a m No. 24 Express.
A3B s m No. 2 Express. 2:38 a m
6:51 a m No. 8 Express. 7:07 a m
No. 6 Aecom’n. 0:35 a m
•• BIS pm No. 14 Mail. 3:20 pm
6:87 p m No. 10 Express. 3:47 pni
AIUTI | BASTEOUND TRAINS | DEPART
3:60 a b Mo. 3 Express. 2:46 a m
8:16 a m No. 19 Mail. 8:20 a m
9:88 a m No. 5 Express. 0:45 a m
No. 23 Express. 2:4$ pin
4ASpm No. 1 Express. 6:00 pa.
5:07 p m No. 7 Aceum’u
Mos. 6,14,7 and 19 daily except Sun
dews. All other trains daily.
Nov 35 J. P. LEGGE .Agent.
[PITTSBURG"DIVISION.]
ON and after Nov. 29,1381, passenger
trains on the Pittsburg Division of
the Baltimore and Ohio railroad will run
as follows: |
OawbtrliiDd. WESTBOUND. ri^g .
1.03 p. m I ” I No. 10 Mail. I 10.00 p. m
18.40 a. m | No. 2 Express. | 0.30 a. m
FimV’rg. babtboumd. Cu^;,*nd .
8.60 a. m No. 1 Mail. I 3.36 p. m
8.10 p. m No. 8 Express. ) 2.36 a. in
Local accommodation train leaves Cum
tjsrland for Connellsvilie at 0.30 a. m,; rc
lurniug arrive Cumberland 7.00 p. m.
On and after Nov. 20, 1881, trains on
the Somerset and Cambria Branch will
run as follows: Northbound Leave
Bockwood at 0.00 a. m. aud 12.40 p. in.;
Somerset, 030 and 115 p. m., arrive Johns
town 8.30 a. m. aud 8.05 p, m. South
bound —Leave Johnstown, 9.15 a. m. and
8.25 p. m ; Somerset 11.05 aud 6.15 p. in.,
•rrlve Rockwood, 11.40 a. m. and 5.50 p
m. Ail trains run daily.
THOMAS M. KING,
General Sup’t.
X. D. Smith, Passenger Agent.
Doc 8
Cumberland A Pennsylvania Railroad
NEW TIME TABLE
TO TAKE EFFECT
Monday, Nov. 15,1880.
Passenger trains leave Cumberland at
9.16 A. M. and 3.40 F. a.
Frosthurg, east, 7.10, a. m., and 12.42 p. m.
“ west, 10.12, “ “ 4.40 “
SCHEDULE:
/ LEAVE —, STATIONS ARRIVE—,
A.M. A. U. A. U. P. M
6.15 11.40 Piedmont 11.15 6.45
6.80 11.68 Barton 10.53 6.25
F. M.
6.40 18.16 Lonaconiug 10.42 5.12
6.66 18.36 Ocean 10.26 4.57
T.lO 16.48 Frosthurg 10.12 4.40
7.49 1.18 Mt. Savage 9.40 4.14
7.48 1.16 Barrelviilo 9.40 4.00
\.OO 1.60 C. &P. Junction 9.29 3.55
‘6 1.46 Cumberland 9.15 8.40
■ARRIVE —' LEAVE —'
P. L. BURWELL;
Nov 27 General Superintendent.
Sale, read [FOR PROFIT.
to^r&i B PAOTIOAL
Floriat, read ) FLORICULTURE
If you wish to Gar-.
den for Amusement f GARDENING
"'oalyTcad' 8 ' ) FOR PLEASURE
All by PETER HENDEESOIV.
Price $1.50 each, postpaid by mail.
Our Combined Catalogue of*
I (SEEDS - A
PLANTS H
For 188 S, sent free on application. ■
PETER HENDERSON & Col
ju*iO tat 1
:C 1 i
Alimllabmii AlrertlMiießti.
DR JOHN J. JONES,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 01
\ JT floe on Main street In Thomas’ build
big, Frosthurg, Md. [Aug 80
SIMS HOUSE,
IJlKDMONT,(Baltimoreand Ohioiai
I oad,) Wesrt Virginia,
NnvT J. P A.ENTLER Pron’r
D J. BLACXISTON. JAB. B. ELLEQOOD
BLACZISTON & ELLEOOOD,
Attorneys-at-Law,
3 Washington St,, Cumberland, Md.
Apr -y |
FOR. KENT,
PAUL’S OPERA HOUSE
STORE-ROOMS,
—AND—
ROOMS on 2d floor,suitable forOfficcs
Apply to THOS. H. PAUL,
Mar 11 Frosthurg, Md.
H HOUSEFORSALE.
JWILL SELL AT PRIVATE SALE
the
HOUSE and LOT
On Orman street, now occupied by C.
\V. Folk. The House is a IJ-story frame,
containing five rooms.
JjyWill be disposed of on easy terms.
PETER KNIEREM,
Jan 7-2 t Frosthurg, Md.
iChr.stmns Goods,
Chris— cm..
BUY YOUR Bridal Pressutsof
W. F. A. WOODCOCK,
QQ BALTIMORE BT., Cumberland,
OO Md., next door to 8d National Bank.
Watchen, J ewelry, Silverware,
Neeklncss, Kings, die.
A Magnificent Stock I
LOW PRICES!
Please call early and avoid the
rush. [Dec 10—4 m
. Ur. Hartman .
prescribed It to SO. 000 patients, aU (if whom
- recovered or were muon Improved. HBJB -
Pkuuna can be taken by every ono-tlio
- the
Fkuitna a1 .Vay" wlth tho patient.
It cleanses tho xyst4Mn of nil Its Impurities, _
" tones tho stomach, regulates tho heart, un
locks tho secretions of tho liver, strengthens _
“ tho nerves and Invigorates tho brain. BMBBK
I'eki’N als the great Jbt anpctlrcr. makes _
blood, and to tho weary ana Hied from tho
. tolls and cares of tho day It gives sweet ami -
refreshing sloop.
J*kuun A shouldlio taken ly every body be
fora each meal, when well, to prevent eck- _
■ ness; when sick, to cure. giofO will bo paid
for acasoltwlll not euro or help. RBWMBRf _
I’kuuna Is composed of all vegetal lo inK™-
<1 touts; each -
any article of food. HSRBE
. For a book which will onablo you to treat .
yourself, address H. B. IIA 111 MAN A CO.,
- osuouN, Ohio. AlwayaregulaU) tho bowels -
and pelvic |
Uica-y
IKOMBIHU
IKON WORKS;
raOSTBUHG. MD.
THOMAS hTpAUL & SON
ICANDTAOTUIIBUe GV
NARROW OCAOE
LOOOMOTIVEEi
Stallo ary and 1 01 table Steam Engines
and' Boilers, Saw and Grist Bills,
mine machinery, Car Whuela aud nil
kinds ol Iron and Brass Castings, Steam
Puna pa .Wrought Pipe and Fittings lor
Maun, Watai aad Gas, at market prices
Buildings Heated by Stetm. Schoo'
Dsatos—Sopci’s Patent, ol all sizes. Hu
oi Machinery promptly attended to
$ I 0.00
REWARD
'| ’HE above REWARD will be given for
I POSITIVE inhumation that will IN
EVITABLY lead to the DETECTION,
ARREST and CONVICTION of any par
ty, or parties, known to DEFACE, RE
MOVE, or in any manner to wantonly or
maliciously TAMPEI vitli my
Advertising Sign oards.
FRANK C. BEALL,
‘Mammoth” Hardware, Wooden Ware
and Stove Store,
Lowndes & Clary’s old stand,
Feb 1 Frosthurg, Md.
State aud County Taxes
FOR YEAR 1881.
Special Notice to Taxpayer**.
Office County Commissioners cp )
Ai.lkoany County, I
Cumberland, Md., Nov. 10, 1881. j
r PUE ATTENTION OF TAXPAYERS
I is especially called to the provision of
the New Code of Public General Laws
which says emphatically that the Collector
shall collect aud pay over the taxes within
six months alter rieeiviug the hooks, and
in the event of Ids failure to do so he shall
be liable to prosecution and severe pun
ishment.
This means Hint tho Collector, having
received the books on tho oth day ol July,
1881, is obliged by law, by his oath of
ofilce, and the bond he lias given for the
faithful prfonnance of his duty, according
to law, to collect and pay over the taxes
within six months, that is,by the 10th day
of January, 1883.
Tho Collector lias no discretion in the
matter. Having accepted the office he is
bound to execute its duties in accordance
witli tho law, ami lie will therefore be
obliged to collect by the summary process
of distress or execution nil taxes that are
unpaid on the 10th day ol January, 1882.
Notice In hereby given. That
nil tax Mils for 1881 in arrears on the 10th
dav of January, 1882, will be collected at
once by legal process.
Taxpayers should therefore make pro
vision to comply with toe requirements of
law, so as to pay their taxes for 1881 before
January lOtb, 1882, aid thereby save costs,
trouble, &c.
The taxes are to bo paid at the Collcot
r r’s i,nice.
By order of the County Commissioners.
L. T. DbWITT, Clerk.
N. S. Frost, Collector.. Office at John
J. Keller’s s'ore, Mi in street, Frosthurg,
MU. [Not 85
~ ■ ■ iiaww n ' ■ .ini—i.i i. imi .hi ■ ■■■ ■•pew i
We Chell^
a*®*' 1 REDUc^ 0^
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps
TRUNKS AND VALISES
Having just completed my stock of FALL AND WINTER
GOODS i I am now prepared to offer inducements to buyers which have
never been offered before in this county. I have proven in the past to
thousands of my customers that they can buy of me the cheapest and best
for the least money.
the latest" rags
In gents head coverings—my Olivette, Oriole and Brush Hats. They can
not be equalled in durability, make, style or price.
My counters and shelves are overstocked with the finest lot of
BOOTS HATS
shoes^M^caps
ever brought within the boundaries of Allegany county.
TRUNKS andVALISES
From the mammoth Saratoga down to the handy little carrying trunk.
Those Contemplating Marriage
Should certainly give mo a call—examine my goods—purchase if ycu are
suited and go home happy.
C. HARTMAN.
I ALSO HA VE THE AGENCY FOR THE
[DAVIS VERTICAL FEED SEWING MACHINE]
WB CHALLENGE THE WORLD TO PRODUCE IT3 EQUAL.
Not 8-tf
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Wonderful Inducements in
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Avoid the Crowd by Coming Early, ;
MlomUumu Advertlaeaeafau
William Bract. Brr/. A. Ricmmord
Brace & Richmond,
ATTOMNEYB A TLA W.
Office No. 4 Washington itnel,
CUMBERLAND, MD.
WILL be in Frostburg regularly itmi
Thursday. JmaeIA
HOME from VERMONT
With the largest stock of
MARBLE
ever brought to Cumberland. Buying
trom first hands in large quantities strict iy
for c tsh I am prepared to furnish
MONUMENTS,
TOMBSTONES,
COMING
AND ALL CEMETERY WORK
' at prices lower than erer. Marble Win
dow and Door Sills at very moderate price*
TERRA COTTA PIPE
a* low aa the lowest. Calcmea Plaster and
Cement. A. H. AMICK,
10 and 19 8. Centre Street,
_Bept 8-8 m Cumberland, Md.
GET TOUR
Fall and Winter Clothing
MADE TO ORDER BY
A. LOEWENSTEIN.
FINE LOT OF
CLOTHS and CASSIMERES
TO SELECT FROM.
Call early; make your
choice of Goods, and have
your measure taken for a
HOLIDAY SUIT.
A. LOEWENSTEIN,
Merchant Tailor,
Nov 20 FROSTBURG, MD.
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■t MREnOiinBM W
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April Ist, 1871.
Recognizing the fact that th* relation
ship existing between the Couatlea a
Maryland and the City of Baltimore i*
such that residents of the Counties liar*
occasion to visit the City frequently dur
ing th* year; in consideration of thes*
facts and the liberal patronage extended
the “Maltby” in the past, I deem it but s
matter of Justice that some discrimination
should be made in their favor. I bar*
thereloreccncinded to
lleducethe Price of Board to a day
feeling confident that the same will ba fully
appreciated by them, and at the same lima
• merit and secure an increased share ol
their patronage. Assuring tbsia that
nothing will be left undone that can add
totheir comfort during their stay.
Rooms without board, 70 cents and up
ward per day.
O. H. UOtiAl.Prsf.
Apr 0
Resolutions.
rpiJE following resolutions hav* been
JL adapted as a guide for the miners and
oring men of this coal region;
1. Resolved, That no miner in the em
ploy of any Company in this reals* da
any day's work underground for leas that
.00 per day, and any man that may ba
c ed to do any work may maka bia aw*
co tract, but in no casa may-ha ga below
the tandurd of laborers’ wages at aay
m n> i which lie is emplayed; and in aa
cs tt atevor shall cars ha mada up; and
in noc e compulsion be used.
t. /fa„ .i>ed, t hat one half cent per toa
fa biacksmitbing on and after February
Is 1,1880, be the standing pries paid.
I Resolved, That wa restrict tha haura
oi >abor to ten bourn per day aa a atsadiag
day’s work, beginning at 7 a. m. sod slop
ing at 6 p. ra.
4. Resolved, That five can baa standard
day’s work for two men.
5. Resolved, That boys at the agt of 10
years are entitled to s half turn, but they
shall come to tbs mine and claim ssld half
turn; and that tbe oldest soa of a widow
■hall be allowed a full trffn at tk* discre
tion of mine boss, provided, th* fatbar
died while in the employ sf said company.
6. Revolted, That sd timber shall b* de
livered at the pise* of working.
7. Resolved, That laying up road* for
pillars and timbering old places bo dana
by the day at $2.50 per day.
8. Resolved, That all heading werk shall
ba 78 cents per ton, and ten cars for turn
ing otf rooms raid at the same price.
9. Resolved, That we, your employe**,
shall not maintain any driver ar laborer ia
not performing bis duly faithfully.
10. Resolved, That we shall not suatsia
any recklessness or carelessness la tbs de
struction of life and property, for should
any be guilty be shall throw himself liable
to the discretion of the boss and muat aui
fer the consequences.
11. Resolved, That we shall not msintalm
any laborer who shall cease before bis time
Is up; and with respect to the drivers, ws
shall not maintain auy pulling up at half
past tour if hp should be required ts make
another trip if it ahoulu take him to quarter
past live; or, in other words, giro one day
and take the other.
13. Resolved, That should any one ba
discharged it shall lie the duty of auy wha
are able to take in* place until lbs case is
investigated.
13. Resolved, That any man loading aval
two tons five upon a car aliall bs slipped
one car for each offence.
14. Resolved, That 1( ieet shall bs (ba
distance to shovel caai before getting a
road laid up to tbe exc.vation.
15. Resolved, That the companies shall
furnish the tools usually furnished far dig.
ging this coal.
la. Resolved, That the distsmea for mla
era to run cars down their rooms ba limit
ad to 400 feet, and, for tbe first addltlau)
100 feat, he shad receive S cent* j er tea
extra. Over 500 feet, heading jjrlaa to be

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