OCR Interpretation


Frostburg mining journal. [volume] (Frostburg, Md.) 1871-1913, February 18, 1882, Image 4

Image and text provided by University of Maryland, College Park, MD

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85025350/1882-02-18/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

tUseelianeoas Advertisements.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD,
(BEDFORD DIVISION.) |
ON and after Jan. 33,1883, Passenger
Trains arrive and depart as fallows;
/ —LEAVE , STATIONS. ,—ARRIVE —
Mail. Exp. Exp. Mali.
A. M P. M. P M. P. M
830 315 Cuml)6rland 105 10 25
904 24 llyudm.n 18 81 951
A. M
10 05 350 Bedford 11 80 850
13 35 815 limn n. don 910 030
840 7so Altoona 745 13 35
P. M AM.
85013 01 Pittsburg 100; 885
a h I r M
430 11 80 I Harrisburg I 400 | 335
I A. M. I P. M. I A M.
785 I 35 1 Phllad Ipiou II O 111 35
10 35 ( 015 I New Ymk | BOn | 755
'—ARKIVt ' > LEAVE
N 1 *TE —Time here given is Pennsyl
vania Railroad (Philadelphia) time, which
five minutes luster than Baltimore time.
No chaugeof eats between Cumheiland
and Huntingdon. Through ears leiw.eea
Huntingdon and Philadelphia, New York
and Pittsburg. Passengers from points
east of Uyndman, for Somerset, take Ex
press train west; change cars at Hyndman,
and aniv# at Somerset at 4.56 p. in.
Tickets sold and baggage checked by
PETER NOUN, Agent, corner of Balti
more and Liberty Streets, Cumberland,
and at the depot. ’Bus will call at teal
deuces lor passengers and Laggugc, on
notice left with agent.
J. R. WOOD,
General Passenger Agent.
Thou. A. Roberts, Superintendent.
Jan 38
Short Lino Passenger Trains.
Commencing Monday, Nor. 28, 1881.
PASSENGER TRAINS of the.Gcorgo’s
Crotk and Gumhei land Railroad and
lie Pvuusylvauia Railroad Company, (hy
Philadelphia time, which minutes
xirher than Baltimore lime);
Dxly , i Sundays excipUd.
LEAVE CUMBERLAND— ,
For Lonaconiug, 0.00 a. m., 9 30 a. m.
and 3 45 p m.
For Bedford, Pittsburg, Philadelphia
and New York, 8.15 a. in. auu 3 55 p. m.
LEAVE LONACUNING
-7.45 a. m., 13.00 m. nud 5.80 p.m.
iSun'itltj J ifiLnd.
LEAVE CUMBERLAND—
Foi Lonaoouiug, u 00 .>. m. and 3.00 p. nr
LEAVE LUNACUNING—
-13 30 p. in., and 6 p. in.
(Excursionists tor DAN’S ROCK can
leave Cumberland any day at 9.30 8. in.,
and muring leave Vale Summit for
Cumberland at 6.80 p. m.)
JAS. A. ifiLLIIOLLAND,
Dec 8 G.ueiul Manager.
BALTI.iIDHL \ OHIO RAILROAD.
ON and alter Nor. 30, ISBI, trains will
arrive and depart us Billows:
CUM..EULAM).
AKKIVE | WESTBOUND Til AIN S j DEPART
13:85 a m No. 34 Ex( rcss. I
2:33 a m No. 3 Expiets. | 3:38 am
9:61 a m No. 8 Express. I 7:07 a m
No. 6 Aeeom’n. | 6:35 a m
8-15 pm No. 14 Mail. 3:30 pm
8:37 nm No. 10 Express. | 8:47 p,m
ARRIVE I EABTIIUUND TRAINS | DEPART
2:30 a m I No. 8 Express. 34) am
8:15 am I No. 19 Mail. 8:20 a m
9.38 am j No. 6 Express. 945 am
j No. 23 Ex, rcss. 3:45 p m
4.45 pin No. 1 Express. 5:00 p a
5.07 pin I No. 7 Arcom’u
Noe. 0,14, 7 and 19 daily except Sun
days. All other trains daily
Nov 20 J E LEGGE,Agent.
[PITTSBURG*DIVISION ]
ON and after Nov. 29, 1881, passenger
times on the P llsburg Division ol
the Baltimore and Ohio railroad will run
as follows:
Cumberland. WKSTIIOf.ND. p^urg,
8.52 p. m I No. id Mail. 11000 p. m
172.40 a. m | No. 3 Expiess. | 6.30 a. m
Plttobarg. K ASTiiorNli.
8.50 a. m I No. I Mail. I 3.35 p. in
9.10 p. m | No. 3 Express. | 3.35 a. m
Local accommodation train leaves Cum
berland for Goiinellsville at 6.80 a in.; re
turning arrive Cumberland 7.00 p m.
On and after Nov. 80, 1881, trains on
tbe Somerset and Cumbria Branch will
run as follows: Northbound —Leave
Rockwood at 6.00 a. m. and 13.40 p. in.;
Someitct, 630 and 115 p. m., arrive Johns
town 8.30 a. m. and 3.05 p. m. South
bound—Leave Johnstown, 9.15 a. m. and
3.25 p. m; Somerset 11 05 and 5.15 p. m ,
arrive Rockwood, 11.40 a. m. and 5.50 p
in. All trains run dully.
THOMAS M. KING,
General Sup’l.
E. D. Smith, Passenger Agent.
Dec 3
Cumberland & Pennsylvania Railroad
NEW TIME TABLE
TO TAKE EFFECT
L Monday , i\ov. 15, 1880.
Passenger trams leave Cumberland at
9.16 A. u. ami 3.40 P. u.
Frostburg, east, 7 10, A. M., and 12.48 p M.
“ west, 10.13, “ “ 4.40 “
SCHEDULE:
r- LEAVE —, STATIONS /—ARRIVE—,
A.M. |A. M. |A. M. P M
8.15 11.40 Piedmont 11.15 5.45
6.30 11.85 Bkrton 10.53 5.25
6.40 12.10 Lonaconiug 10.43 6.13
0.55 13 35 Oeceu 10 36 4.57
7.10 13,43 Frostburg 10.13 4.40
7.40 Hi Ml. Savage 9.46 4.14
7.48 1.10 Barre.ville 0.40 4.06
\OO 1.80 C. AP. Junction 9.3!) 305
"5 | 1.46 Cumheiland 9.15 j 3.40
'— LEAVE —•
pHTBURWELEr"
_ Nov 27 • General Superintendent.
I Sale, read |FOR PROFIT.H
P^Com^
Florist, read ) FLORICULTUREIi
If you wish to Gar-. ■
den for Amusement f GARDENING HI
° r,o on’y??'c e a<i ;So > FOR PLEASURE!
All by PETER HENDERSON. |
Price $1.50 each, postpaid by mail. ■
Our Combined Catalogue of
For 1882, sent free on application,
PETER HENDERSON & CO
36 OorUandt St., New York.
fin—i—■!ii iii n iumi ■
D.x 10 8m
Miscellaneous Advertisements.
DR JOHN J. JONES,
: OHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Of
* 1 flee on Main street In Thomas build
Ing, Frostburg, Md. (Aug 80
SIMS HOUSE,
IJIEDMONT (Baltimoreand Ohlotai
oad,) Wesrt Virginia,
Not? .1 P A KNTLER Prop’/
D J. BLACKIBTON. .TAB E. ELLKOOOD
BLACKISTON li ELLEGOOD,
Attorneys-a f -I aw,
2 Wash.ngtun St., Cumberland, Md.
A)>r 9 y
FOR KENT.
•U'l/S Ol'Kll.t 1101 s.
stoulHiou.m^
—AND—
I >OOMS<n 2d Moor, suitable for Office*
li Apply to THUS. II FALL,
Marti * Frostbite. Md.
FROSTBURG ACADEMY.
Home School for Both Sexes
'■pilE object of this School is to place
I superior cdura'ional tacilities at the
doors of the citizens.
The branches taught wifi be based upon
the practical requirements ol good citizen
ship, and the qualifications requisite for
admittance into colleges.
Tno methods of instruction will be varied
as far aa practicable to suit the mental pe
culiarities of each pupil.
The range cf studies will be high, the
instruction thorough, the Influences re
fining.
Not more than twenty pupils will be
admitted.
Inform ation can be obtained from any ol
the undersigned gentlemen.
V. BALDWIN JOHNSON,
Teacher.
Tnot.G. McCdlloh,!!, B. Shaffer,
Adam E Hitchins, Nelson Beall,
N. 8. Frost, John J. Keller,
J. B. Oder,
Dec 24 Patrons and Directors.
$ I 0.00
REWARD
"I *IIE above REWARD wilUm given for
I POSITIVE infoimalion that will IN
EVITABLY lead to the DETECTION,
ARREST and CONVICTION ( any par
ty. or parti s, known to DEFACE, RE
MOVE, nr in any maroer to wantonly or
uahemusiy TAMPEI vlth my
Advertising Bigi> ourda.
FRANK C. BEALL,
‘Mammoth” Hardware, Wooden Ware
and Stove Store,
Lowndes & Clary’s old stand,
Peh t Frostburg , Md.
Gi.T YOUR
Fall ami Winter Clothing
MADE TO ORDER BY
A. LOEWENSTEIN.
VFINE LOT OF
CLOTHS anil OASSi MERES
Call early; make yoilr
choice of Goods, and have
your measure taken for a
HOLIDAY SUIT.
A. LOE WEjYSTEIjX, '
Mcrclmii' Tailor,
Nov 30 FROSTBURG, MD.
(00.1 THE 811 TV (COO
100/i BALTIMORE, MD„ 1 00/i
Published Daily, Except Stmt ay.
■VfATIONAL, independent, couserva
-1 n live. Full of news and sound in
principle. The paper of the people. Its
past the index of its future. Cheapest
mid best newspaper known. The world’s
news in compact form. An cn'erpris ng,
accur'o and trustworthy newspaper.
Reliable market, stock, financial and ship
ping reports. Special home and foicign
correspondence Ti.e sun stands in the
trout tanks of journalism. Terms of sub
scription by mail, invariably cash in a I
vance. Postage free.
One Year $0 00
Six Mouths 3 00
Four “ 3 00
Three 11 I 50
Two “ 1 00
One “ 50
Three Weeks 38
Two “ 25
One “ 13
Single copies by mail 8 cents.
As an advertising medium. The Sun.
by reason of its large circulation, sod
being universally read, is most valuable
for all classes of advertisers.
A. S. ABELL & CO., Publishers,
The Sun Iron Building, Baltimore, Md.
Jan 7-3 t
The Tobacco from which the
“Little Carrie” Cigars
(Sold only at Oder’s Palace Grocery)
\RE made Is grown entirely in conser
vatories, and t lie cigars arc made on •
mahogany tallies by thoroughbred Cu ans 1
in swallow-iail coats and white Kid gloves. 1
When a man smokes one ol these cigars,
lie walks in sir, and dreams that he hag a I
diamond senrt-pin and a sixty five dollar 1
suit of clothes, and Just mu. tied rich. It j
i makes the breath sweet, i nd keep., the j
teeth white, an will tme a moulache on (
i lie m oolhcHl lip in five we< ks. Any nan
who wants to start a railroad can do so
' with these Clears wit out fear of tailing ;
to make a connect ion r pulling uncross
ing in les/ than thr.e ho rs
| It permeates the house, window curtains,
close sand clothes, with fa.-nine. d lent
and Ihe ex. msite mc.il ol hehoir. pe. ne
nnmn hay, joek< y i tub and wide rose. U
will fasten the from gale eveiy i.lglit, and
carry iu the paper in the evening, c. aae
the cats from the garden, drive tli liens to
water and "baldly ever" tail to make one
feel belle, nil over. No well regulated .
family can p operly k.ep In use without
them; for the nmu v ho smokes tb s cigar
will never cut wood too long for toe
stove, n. ver swi ar when lie puls up stove
pipes, never step on a .'ally's train, join a .
club or go down near lha posletilee utter I
supper.
Mlser'isueons Advertisements.
"THE"
MAMMOTH
Hardware
—AND-
Stove House
Continues to carry the usual large
and well-assorted stock of
GENERAL
Heating % Cooking
STOVES,
AND
flwlo|o|D|E|H|w|fl|R|ED
In Profusion.
GREAT VARIETY
—OF—
House Furnishing’
HARDWARE.
Latest and iuoml approved
NOVE L T I E S
Ju the HAItWARE line
-ALWAYS ON HAND.-
BJdJ HAPPY
AND BUY THE
FAMOUS
ARLINGTON
; Inducements in prices
j
an d qualities of goods
Not to be ExceSScd.
I
Y .Ills Rj-q eclllnly,
Frank C. B a 1 !,
, ’’THE” Hardware and Steve Man.
j
.bbbbbfebbb b
i
Jan Sl-ly
CHE MINING JOURNAL.
J. B. ODKE. 0. W.ODKB.
J. B ODER A II HO.,
PROPRIETORS.
Joseph Woinsley,
BUSINESS AGENT AT ECKHAET.
)aice,MainSt.,KitchiiiNUros.ltiill<Unz
TEEMS UK SUBSCRIPTION :
One Copy, one year id Advance fl 5'
** * * ix raonthu “ 7B
Frost Itu rK. Feb. 18, I hs2.
TOPIi S OF THE DAT,
The Run Antonia (Texas) Express re
ii. its a n markable morality among
ifl rove o' aheap Mr. Sawyer, who is
> lar.-e aheap-fiwna in Me.iina county,
Iruvi- a flock of 4 5 0 sheep out ol
•’leipantun in apparently good con
lition. The drove had hardly got
thirteen miles from town before 1,915
died almost instantly. Whether they
were maliciously poisoned or not is a
question of doubt, but certainly the
vultures that devoured the carrion
dropped dead on the ground. Some
arguo that the sheep fod on the deadly
senna berry, but this is mere conjecture.
I In a small German town an innkeep
er, to get rid of a book peddler’s im
portunities, bought an almanac from
him. and putting it in his pocket loft
1 the inn. his wife just then coming in to
take his place. The woman was then
persuaded to buy an almanac, cot know
ing that her husband had one already.
The husband shortly returning and
discovering the trick sent his porter
to the railway station after the peddler,
with a message that he wished to see
the latter on business “Oh, yes,”
said the peddler, “1 know; he wants
oiixj of my almanacs, but I really can’t
miss my train for that. You can give
me a quarter and take the almanac to
him.” The porter paid the money and
carried the third almanac to the inn
keeper. Tableau!
The great lumber producing regions
of the Northwest are divided into three
distinct districts, known us the Missis
sippi valley district, the Eastern Michi
gan and Huron shore and the Lake
Michigan. The first named, embracing
the territory drained by the Mississippi,
Bt. Croix, Chippewa, Wisconsin and
other nvcre, produced last yoar 2,000,-
000,000 feet of lumber and 950,000,000
shingles. The second district, inc.ud
ing the Green Hay shore, Cheboygan,
Manistee, Ludington, White lake,
Muskegon, Grand Haven and Wolf
river, yield about the same amount,
while Eastern Michigan, taking in the
Saginaw valley and Huron shore, pro
duced about 1.100.000,000 feet. As
though there has been an unusual cut
ting in the Saginaw valley, the greatest
increase this year is in the Mississippi
valley.
Too Fast to Wet On.
I It was at away station on the Wa
j hash. An old man and woman with
bundles and packages arrived from out
in the country. They expected to got
on the train for Detroit, The station
agent told them that the train always
stopped. “Jastputyonr things where
you can gat them quick,” said the agent,
“and when it comes along just got on.”
There was an “extra” on the road, as
it happened, in advance of the “regu
lar.” In a few minutes they heard the
sound of the approaching t xtra. The
baggage was all secured, and the two
waiting passengers stood close to the
edge of the platform. The train went
by at the rate of forty miles an hour.
When it had passed the old woman
dropped her bundle, and rushed to the
door of the office shaking her fi-t. She
screamed out, ‘ Yon big-headed fool,
did you say get aw en ?”
The old man rushed around the plat
form calling for the agent to come out,
The agent came to the door. There
was a smile on his face.
“ Don't come out a smiling at me I
By the living jingo,” said the old gen
| tleman, “ we’ve a notion to pace yon
| around this platform six times 'aster
than thorn beers wont You blasted
j fool, did yon say get on I Did you think
j a man of my ago could get on a streak
of greased lightning? You may play
! tricks on gome folks, but don’t yon try
I any game on me! Because a man lives
I on a railroad ho doesn’t have to know
it all. I’m feeling hungry, and some
body is liable to get chawed up afore I
leave!”
Before anything actions happened the
regular train arrived, and the couple
boarded it all right. The railroad agent
felt relieved. He doesn’t like the boys
to hallo, “Did you say get on I” at
him. —Detroit Free Press.
Smallest Homan lu I lie World,
Lucia Zarate, the smallest woman in
the world, was born in Mexico. Her
patents were peons—that is to say,
hall-breeds. When born she was the
size of a iat. It was supposed that sue
was dead, and she was put in a little
box that happened to be in the room.
Soon, however, ehe began to scream.
She was thou taken out of her box, and,
except that ehe was wondrously small,
she soon played and ran about like any
other child This is what the weekly
i Arise a Miner says, but we can lay over
J that. Bologna Sausagini, tbo most
smallest woman in the world, was born
iin the city of London, Her parents
were both over eivht feet high. When
born she was no bigger than a linra
mißk' bird’s egg,- and weighed one
ounce, She was put in a pill box, bur.
eho soon squealed the lid off, and now
she is fourteen years old, weighs 210
pome's, and can kick a eftt off the door
step clear across the street. Them's
the rinder sot.o' wimmen this journal
writes up
The oldest canal In England, from
the Trent to the Wilhan, is said to have
been dug in 1154.
O. JAERETT & BRO.
Have added to their Furniture Business,
UNDERTAKING BRANCHES
They are lully prepared to supply
Coffi- s. Caskets and Burial Crses,
Trimmed in the FINEST STYLE for a great, deal less money than the
same articles are furnished elsewhere in the county. All our Funera’
Furniture is upholstered iu the most tasteful manner. We have recently
purchased an ELEGANT HEARSE—the finest in the county—with
which we will deliver COFFINS, etc. purchased from us, Free of Charge t
Orders bv telegraph promptly tilled. fSept 18-y
Ladies! Ladies!
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
Large and Handsome
l OT OF
tisrewa.nßr*w,'!ir<R**9
I
I A nrnj
ItßiMMSflffilMl I
'*WBUOBBBr I
IhhUi I
I
I I
saH3wswi!>rror,T!!!traraßrß
WHICH WE A/IV OFFERING AT
25 PER CENT. LESS
THAN OTHER HOUSES.
B. STERN & CO., .
Dec 17-tf Main Street, I'rosiltm g. .11 <l.
Wonderful Inducements in |
; H OLID AY 11 |i
I
o
WAITER EDWARDS, %
i D>c 10 iron Front Building, Frostburg, Md.
<
Mlscel'aaoous Advertlaemeuts.
A fTn'M'rC wanted'toMlTid
-a*-'-T I IO ison’a Musical Tel
ephone and Edison’s Ins antane us Piano
and Organ Music. Enclose stamp lor cat
alogue and leans.
EDISON MUSIC COMPANY,
.Tau~l dm Philadelphia, P.
J. RUHL, M. D„
FBOSTBURG,
! | AS coutined his practice entirely to
I the tie u nent and cure of CON
SUMPTION and all diseases of the Respi
rnlory system, mu) will positively attend
to no . liter cases.
Office hours, daily from 9 to 11a.m.
(Suniinys excepted.)
No hoi ks kept and cash required for
medicine. Cases treated by coirespon
tlelico.
OIU-e at HcNeid’s Drug Store.
Aug 6-tf
btate and County Taxes
; # FOR YEAR 1881,
S|KM*i]tl Xotlce (o Taxpayers.
Office County Commissioners of 1
Allegany County, I
Cdmiieri.and, Md., Nov. 10, 1881. )
'l’llE ATTENTION OF TAXPAYERS
I is especially called to the provision of
the New Code of Public General Laws
which says emphatically that the Collector
shill! collect and pay over the taxes within
six months alter receiving the hooka, and
in ll.c event of Ids failure to do so he shall
tc liable to prosecution and severe pun
ishment.
This means that the Collector, having
received the l ooks on the 9th day ol July,
1881, is obliged by law, by his oath of
office, ami the bond he lias given for the
faithful prfurmsnco of his duly, according
. to law, to coded and pay over the taxes
within six months, that is,by the 10th day
of January, 1883.
The Collector has no discretion in the
matter. Having accepted the office he is
bound to execute its duties in accordance
with the law, and he will therefore bo
obliged to collect by the summary process
of distress or execution ail (axes that are
unpaid on the lOlli day ol January, 1888.
Nalite la hereby given, That
all tux hills for 1881 in arrears on the 10th
tlav o( January, 1883, will bo collected at
once by legal process.
Taxpayers should therefore make pro
vision to comply with lue requirements of
law, so as to pay their taxes lor 1881 before
I January 10th, 1883, aud thereby save costs,
trouble, &c*
The taxes are to lie paid at Hie Collect
or’s office,
liy order of the County Commissioners.
L. T. DbWITT, Clerk.
N. 8. Frost, Collector. Office at John
J. Keller’s store, Mi in street, Froslburg,
Md. fNov 26
April Ist, 1879.
Recognizing (he fact that the relation
ship existing between the Counties o
Maryland and the City of Baltimore is
such tlmt residents of the Counties have
occasion to visit tho City frequently dur
ing the year; in consideration of these
fuels and the liberal patronage extended
the “Mallby” in the past, I deem it but a
mallei of justice that some discrimination
should lie made in their favor. I have
tlieretorccr ncluded to
Rt'iliicetlie Pilco of Board to $2 a day
feeling confident that the same will belully
appreciated by them, and at the same urns
merit and secure an increased share ol
their patronage.’ Assniing them that
nothing will he left undone that can add
totheir comfort during their slay.
Rooms without hoard, 75 cents and up
ward per day.
(J. H. UOGAX.Prop.
A i o' 5
Resolutions.
'I'HIE following resolutions have been
a ac,opted as a guide for the miners and
oring men of this coal region:
1. Hmilml , That no miner in Hie em
ploy of any Company in this region do
any day’s work underground for less thaa
.50 per day, and auv man tlmt may be
c ed to do any work may make his own
co , met, but in no case may lie ;0 below
,he landnrd of laborers’ wages at any
in ik t which he is employed; and in no
S (. ulever shall ears be made up; aud
in not ocompulsion be used.
I. lie .red, ■ lint one half cent per ton
fo blacksmithing on and aflei February
Is ~1880, he the siaudiug price paid.
i lUaolued, That we restrict the hour*
oi ,nbor to ton hours pur day as a standing
day’s work, beginning at 7 a. m. aud slop
ing at 5 p. m.
4. Refitted, Tlmt five cars be a standard
day’s woik for two men.
5. Resulted, That boys at the age’of IS
years are entitled to a ha.f turn, hut they
shall com " to the mine aud claim said half
turn: aud Hint the oldest son of a widow
shall lie allowed a full turn at the discre
tion of mine boss, provided, the father
died w idle in Hie employ of said company.
6. He oleed, That n.l timber shall be de
bt eicd at the place of working.
7. Reunited, That laying up roads for
pillars and timbering old places be done
by the day at $3.50 per day.
8. R. meed. That all heading work shall
j he 78 ci nt- per ton, and ten cars lor turn
i ing off rooms paid at tbe same price.
I 9. Rennie, d. That we, your employees,
! shall not maintain any driver or laborer in
not performing his duty I ithtnby.
10. Reunited, That we shall not sustain
any r* cklcsuiess er carelessness t the Cv
strnciion of life and pr perly, for should
any he guilty lie shall throw himself liable
to the discretion ol the boss aud must suf
fer Hie consequences.
11. Renoir, U, ’I hat we shall not maintain
J any laborer who shallot asc before bis lime
i |s up; and with respect to the drivers, we
shall not imuid mu a y pulling up at half
past tour if in sis md no reqi bed to make
t not her *rip b dshoub. takehiratoquarler
pasl live; or, in other words, give one day
and take Hi- other.
13. Renulml. That should any one be
disci mg. d it shall lie the duly oi any who
are able to lake his p.ace until the case is
investigated.
18. Re'uleM, That any man loading over
two ions live upon acai shall he skipped
oua car for each offence.
11, Reunited, Tlmt 16 feet shall he tke
distance to shovel coal before getting a
read laid up to the ixu .vatiou.
15. iW dMd, Taut Hie companies shall
furnish the tools usually furnished for dig
ging i his coal.
16. Remained, Tlmt the distance for miu
’ era to run cars down their rooms be limit*
! i d to 4(l0 feel, and, lor the Urst additional
l 100 left, lie shall receive 5 cents , er iva
extra. Over 500 teet, heading price to be
paid. [Jtayl-Vf

xml | txt