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A. Few Facts EASILY VERIFIED BY EXAMINATION No Exaggerations ! THE SIMPLEsJTRUTH TELLS! YOU EAVE A CHANCE TO BUY Splendid G-oods at yalvki Ladies and Gentlemen's Scarfi and Silk Handkerchief! in prices from 15 cent! to tS each, and ia such variety aa to almost bewil dc Tm. But oat and compare the quality and price with yonr neighbor who hai bought elsewhere. Ladies’ Necktie* in Lace and Silk; Gentlemen’* Tie* and flat Scarfs; the asaortment in these i* anbrokea and compri ses the newest things in market. Ladies and Gentlemen’s fin* Kid Globes— tat mot Taxied and complete in the county; nothing it more suitable for a present than a pair of new gloves. Nubias, Broche Shawls, Blanket Shawls, Breakfast Shawls, Wool Scarfs for Boys and Men from to cents to $2. Pocket Books and small wares in abund ance. Splendid qualities in Black Silk* from 75 toots to $i a yard, guaranteed not to cut, and wo offer our $2 Silh* during the Holidays for >1.75, ia droae pattern lengths. Wc have Silk Fringe* and Passementere* to suit; all the Trimmings in superb qualities furnished oa the epot. Yoa have a chance to buy Ladies’ Jackets, Coats and Dolmans fully onc-fifth less than last year, and you hare the chance to select from a stock the mojft Taxied, eateusiTe and complete to be found in the State outside of Baltimore city. Don’t forget that you are doing yourself great injustice to buy any of these goods with out looking through ours. We can show invoices for additions to our atock of Dolmans, Jackets and Coat* every week during th* season, direct from the man mfacturers. Our prices range— For Coats from • • >2s° ,0 t 2O 00 " Jackets from • • SOO to 12 00 “ Dolmans from - • 800 to 23 $o Trimmed in Plash Velvet, Passementere and Fur, exclusively for city trade. A lady desiring suitable articles for Christ mas Presents can easily obtain a pretty good idea by looking through our establishment. Wc will cheerfully do our part if the ladies will do theirs. Many a good bargain it obtained and many a good tale gets itself made by looking and showing. We have been preparing for several weeks and are now ready. HITCHINS BROS. clmiKiNAL J. B. ODER. C.W.ODER. J. B ODER A BKO.„ PROPRIETORS. Joseph Womslej, BUSINESS AGENT AT ECKHART. OWce.MainSt.iiltchliisßrog. Building TiHM9 oy*CBBCKIPTIUN : •Jar Copy, one year. In advance $1 B( '* ** aix months. “ 75 Frestbrg, March 4, IHtiS. Foggy, disagreeable weather during . the first of this week. The mouth-organ fever seems to have struck in ou our boys. The winter months have passed and March came in lost Wednesday wet and ugly. Acknowledges ms.—Hon’s Wm Brace, John Fatkin.B. L. Turner and 0. F. Hetzel, continue tolavor us with legislative documents. Mining Notes. —Work has bsen somewhat slack this week at Allegany, Ocean, Elkhart and Hoffman mines. Midlothian miners resumed work Monday. Orphans' Court.—At the session of Tuesd ay— Letters testamentary on the estate of Henry Trimble wore granted lo Joseph Porter; bond $7,000. A. B. Shaw, guardian to H. 0 BhaW ) settled bis twelfth account. E. Qarey, was appointed guardian to W. H. Qareyjbond (2,500. The German Lutheran Church fair closed last Wednesday evening after a most successful run ’of ten nights. Mr. John Rephaun, of Eckhart, was the successful contestant for the gun and Mr. U. Stineman for the watch. The Mastodan orchestra added very materially to the pleasure of each evening with its splendid music. The cbuich made a handsome profit from the sale of goods in the fair room. Temperance N otes There is a move on foot among the tempt .ance people to petition the Legislature to allow the citizens of this place to vote on the question whether liquor shall be sold within the corporate limits or not. Mountain Spring Lodge, No. 12, 1.0, G. T., will celebrate its second anniversary on the 27th iost. Since this lodge started 305 persons have been initiated into it. Out of this number they have never had a death. It is on a eound financial looting having S4OO in bank to its credit. The Duel Grand Lodge, 1.0. G. T., of this State will hold its annual oeesion in Froatburg next Neva in bur. It ia rumored that a lodge of Good Templars will shortly be started in the lower part of town. Personal. —Mrs. Sammons anu her daughter, Miss Mary, have been visiting relatives in this place. Peter McMahon, Esq., letnrnsd to his home in Eckhart last Saturday from the West. Mr. A. Louwenstein has permanent ly located in Qrantsville where he will conduct he tailoring business. Davi.woa Armstrong, Eiq., has been appointed to succeed Mr. 0. A. Greene in the clerical position held by him prior to the death of his father. Mr. Armstrong accepted at once and en tered upon his duties last Monday He is capable and efficient, and the company will find him a valuable officer. The position made vacant in B.ali, Betish A Go’s store by Mr. Arm strong's promotion was offered to an 1 accepted by Mr. John N. Benson. His agreeable manners, with some experience as a salesman, will make him an acceptable successor of Mr. Armstrong Mr. Warren Delano, jr., of Mt Sav age, will ehoitly remove to New York. Mr. J, H. Arnold, of this plsce, is exhibiting his Siphon cloik down the creek, Rev. John Edwarde, of Westminster, Md.,and brother of Walter Edwards, Esq., of this place, was in town Mon day. Mr. John Sloan, a former resident of Lonaconing, now a citizen of Val paraiso, Ind., was married last Tues day in the town of his adoption. Dr. John Wilbur, a graduate of a Now York University, is stopping at the Grand Central Hotel, in this town. His stav here will be short and Ihosp afflicted with any of the numerous diseases “man is heir to" should cal) and have a consultation with itim. He brings with him several diplomas and medals, also strong testimoui als from places he has visited and treated successfully. He makes a specialty of treating cross-eyes and diseases of the head, throat, lungs, liver, stomach, Ac. Last Monday and Tueeday he delivered lectures at Paul's Opera House which were greatly enjoyed by large audiences present. O.i the stage with him was his dOg “Dandy,” from the stomach of which he removed sometime since a large cancer and in lieu thereof inserted a silver place, which by the way is the only case of its kind ever performed. Mr. John Zeiler has been appointed constable in District No. 12. Hon. T. V. Powderly, Grand Mas ter Workman of the Knights of L bor of Ncrlh America, has been re-elected Mayor of Scranton, Pa., by a largely increased majority over his former vote. Sudden Death. —Mrs Amelia N. : Edwards, while setting at her tea i table last Friday evening was strict- n ! with paralysis of the left side and apoplexy, and expired jusi nine hours after ta L 'en'. The deceased wes the wife of Mr. Philip 0. Edwards and the mother of three children. She has only been in this o. unt.-y four months, having come from Canons town, Cornwall, Eng. Her husband is a brother of Waller Edwards. Esq., of this place, and by whom he is em ployed, and also of Rev. John Elwards, of Wietmineter, (his Stite. Her funeral took place last Sunday afternoon and was attended by a large muni er cl friends and acquanfanc a to whom she bad Leccme ends trod by her religious chaiactei and loving kindness. Presentation to a Minister and His Wife. —The lady members of the M. E. Church presented to the pastor, Rev. J. P. Wilson, Thursday evening, a mag n ’nt gold watch of the Elgin pattern. Tbe presenta tion speech was made by R. W. Mason, Eeq , who, in a tew well-timed remarks eulogistic of the pastor, handed him the souvenir of their affection lor him. His good lady was also remembered with a baeket of flowers in which was an envelope containing a number of gold pieces. Mr Wilson leaves for Confeience next Tuesday and will pitach nis farewell eermon to-morrow (Sunday) evening. Ho takes with ■ him the good wishes of the entire community ; n his new field of labor. The Lion and tub Lamb, etc. — Tee Maryland coal company has ef fected an arrangement whereby a portion of tbe coal shipped by them over the Georges Creek and Cumber laud road is to be sent to tide-watei over the Baltimore and Ohio road. The arrangement went into effect Monday, lieing the first coal received for shipment by the Baltimore and' Ohio road from tbe Georges Creek and Cumberland road. Tbe shipments average from 150 to 200 tons daily. Legislative. —A bill to punish minors in Allegany county, between the ages of 18 and 21 years, for fake representation of their age in pur chasing liquor by fine of $lO to $25 and costs of pioseoation, passed the House Tuesday. Next Friday week ia St. Patrick’s day. Six funeral* in this vicinity this week. The Land League will hereafter meet tbe third Sunday of each month m Foieeter's Hall. The Sick.—Mrs. Bridget Drum, of Pompey, and Messrs. R. K. Wimbrow and Jacob Thrasher, of this place, ate very ill. Mercantile Matters.—Mr. Peter Jiaemmert, of Eckhart, has purchased Ike grocery establishment of William Coyner, Esq., corner Main street and Myer's alley and will continue at tbe old stand. Messrs. F. 0. Beall A Co., have bought out the grocery estabish meut of 0. W, Oler, Esq., an! will hereafter conduct a firet-ol.iss grocery store. The room formerly occupied by Messrs. H. B. Col born A Co. ns tailoring establishment, has been taken by W. L. Annan, Esq., who has fitted he place up bandaomely for the pur pose of conducting the stationery bus iness. Mr, Annan, we Enow, will gain a gcod trade through his per sodsl popularity, and we wish him every success in his now enterprise. Died—ln this town, Wednesday, March 1,1882, William G. McMil lan, aged about 10 months, only child of Archibald and Elizabeth McMillan. In Bartcn, Feb. 28, 1882, Mis. Agnes McDonald, aged 69 y ars. The deceased was the mother ol Arch ibald McDonald, Esq., superintendent of tbe Swanton coal company. At Hoffman Hollow, Sunday, 26ib ult.. Mir Jacobs, aged about 35 years, wife of James Jacobi, Esq., engineer at Eckhart Slope. In Lonaconing, Saturday, Feb. 25, 1882, James Peter, aged two months, son of Them as Chambers. At Ocean mine, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 18K2, Mr. Joseph Robertson, aged 65 years. The deceased left a widow | and seven children. Hie remains were interred in this place Thurs day. Mr. Solomon Hansel) lost an eigh teen-months old daughter this week. Near Eckhart Mines, Feb 27, 1882, Elizabeth, wife o' William Miller, ageddOyeais. Thedeceas>d leaves a large family to mourn her loss. She was interred in Rose Meadow Cemetery. The Coal Trade Journal reports cars very scarce in Clearfield, with no proepecs of ao increase. Prices fi in; in Baltimore and Philadelphia $3.75 per ton ; New York $5 25 Georges Creek coal rates the same pnc.-s. Ti.e same paper reports; No doubt an effort will be made to se cure tor the Cumberland operators si alo of wage* not higher than that paid in tbe Clca-field region. There should ho equal ity, as a large portion of the coni that is pioducod enle scompetitive m..rkuts. In tbe same conue.tion tbe New York Coal says; There Is a better supply of care, but tbe pnecs of this class of coal do not decline Tide is due to the fHClthat it is now pretty well understood that the Cumberland < p era'ors have made a very strong union lor the purpose of reducing the price of min ing to 60 cents per ton and other labor to a basis resembling i bat In force in other coal mining districts. There has been a gieat lack ot union among the produceis of Cumberland coal lor many years past, but in ibis eff >rt we believe that they in end to win. They rea ize that the battle has to tie made some day, ai d look up n the present time ns the most advant igeous. It is said that an advance oi freight on the Pennsylvania railroad dated fiom Thursday. Georges Creek Coal— Weekly Slaluitc of Shifiments. —The record ot shipments from the mines of the Georges Creek coal isgton for the ‘-eek ending Saturday, Februaiy 25, 1882, closed as follows ; To-ai tons for week 40,085 “ “ “ year 313,838 Increase over corresponding pe riod last year 104,31)9 Total ton* to B. A 0 R. for week 31,743 “ “ “ “ “ year 258,400 Increase over corresponding per iod last year 71,513 Total tons to Pa. R. for week.... 8,079 “ “ “ “ “ year ... 55.870 Increase over corresponding per iod last year - 31.328 Total tons shipped over 0. A P. R. for v eek. 33,138 Over same for year 381,918 To'al tons shipped over G. C. A C. R fur week 4,088 Over same for year 30,806 Heaviest shippers last week— 1, Consolidation..(tons) 11.804 2, New Central “ 6,579 8, Georges Creek “ 5,095 4, Maryland Union “ 3,090 5, W. Va. Central “ 2,748 8, Maryland “ 2,027 7, American “ 3,011 None of the others shipping over 2.000 tons. v Heaviest shipper? this year— . 1, Consolidation., .(tons) 111.081 2, Georges Creek “ 42,890 3, New Central “ 38,571 i 4, Maryland Union “ 35,822 | 5, W. V. Central “ 17,644 8, Maryland “ 15,836 j 7, American “ 14.981 1 8, Potomac “ 13,924 9, Borden “ 10.081 | None of thu oil.era stripping over 10,000 tons. i Something New in the Way or Amusements.—For some time past , there has been a growing complaint against the traveling companies oi ao-called “dramatic artists" who have visited our town. Very often their performances were below the mediocre of amateurs ; again, the female per formers were in several instances de cidedly questionable in character and morals. To do away with this grievance and st-cure for the amuse ment and inspection of our citizens Cut-class peiformanoes and reputable actors and actresses, arrangements have been made by a responsible gentleman, of this place, wWelv uch results can be ob'aioed. Odd Fellows Open House has been en gaged for cne night each month of the year lor instructive and pleasing en tertainments, including lectures, trag edies, dramas, comedies, opens, &u. This action will no doubt result in rc leviug our citizens from such an noyances as “Uncle Tom’s Cabin,’ “Ten Nights in a Barroom" and other like fraudulent representations as they have been sfllicted with. Ah i an opening to these rich intellectual treats the groat colored orator, Hon. Frederick Douglass, of Washington, D. 0., will be introduced on the 27th inst. This gentleman has gained a national reputation as a lecturer and . public speaker equal to the best and : will no doubt 611 the house to reple tion. His subject will ho “Self-Made Men," which the press pro ounce a masterly effort, full of pathos, humor and instruction. Reserved seats will . be placed on sale next week. For par ticulars see posters. Religious Notes—Riv. H. L. VanCieve a B.igadier General under Gen. Roaenorans during the late war, delivered a temperance sermon in the , English Lutheran Church last Sun day evening. It was spoken of as an ixeellent effort. , A series of meetings will com nenee in tlie Eckhart Baptist Church next Monday evening and will continue about eight day*. They will be coo ducted by Rev. R E. Morgan, of Connellsville, assisted probably by Rev. James R. Brown, a fotmer pastor in Eckbart. The Baltimoie Oazetle reports that Rev. G G. Baker will probably suo i ceed Mr. Wideiman as presiding el der, and (hat Rev. Samuel Regers, presiding el ler of the Baltimore dis trict, M. E Church,South, will likely exchange places with Mr. Smithson. Services will be h*lJ every Wed nesday and Fndav even.ngs during Lent at St. John’s Episcopal Church. The Sunday School connected with t the M. E Church, South, held their missionary anniveisa>y last evening. The missionary anniversary of the . M. E. Sunda, School was held in the ! main rocm last Sunday afternoon. The room was lastefu.ly trimmed ' with ev rgnjp-s, & Tt.e amoum r.ised by the Scb ol was sl9l u..d liV the cnuich $56; making a grand total of $247. Market Notes. —The following quotations partially represent the cost of living in this so lion : Flour, band $ 7 50 @ $ 8 00 | Corn Mtal, $ 100 lbs... 1 76 Bran, “ ... 1 40 Irish Potatoes, $ bushel 150 ® 160 , Ccrn, “ 30 Apples, “ 75 @ 100 | Oats, “ 60 | Hay, $ ton 18 00® 30 00 Bacon- -Shoulder, $ lbr*' 10® 11 1 “ —Slihs, “ 13® 14 “ —Hams, “ 14 @ 16 Beef, “ 08 ® 15 Butter, “ 80 @ 35 Cheese, “ 16 @ 18 Evaporated Apples “ 18 ® 30 Dried “ “ 08 “ Ptaclus, “ 13 Eggs, dozen 35 Tomatoes, $ can 13 Corn, “ 16 @ 30 j Peaches, “ 85 @ 30 Eckuaet Items —Mr John L. Holsmgei, of Bioatl-iay, Rockingham county, Va., is visiting his son David, of this place. The old gentleman is bale and hearty and in bis 75th year. Mr. William Kirby, of Portereville, has 6ve children seriously ill of pneu monia. Mr. George Porter, of the same place, has one sit k also. Considerable excitement prevailed in Eckhart Tuesday morning over the announcement that the Clea. held men were on a strike. Investigation proved the rumor to be without foundation. Corrections.—Frank Willet's ago was given us last week incorrectly. It should have been 27, not 40 years. We are glad to tote that he is rapidly recovering from the injuries received by falling over the bank near the Midlothian svitch last Sunday week. In the Lend League contributions published ia the Journal of the 18ih ult, Messrs. Joseph Moody and Janus Sloan were credited with only $3 each. It should have been $3. I Borden Shaft school nos sas- I pended owing to the 'ack of a'tend ance on the part ot a number ot I scholars. i Last Wedi.e nay was the aniiive;- ■ iaiy of the patron saint, of Wales, St. David. | New Advertisements. * fuenitureT FURNITURE! I HE PLACE TO BUY FURNITURE AT A BARGAIN 18 AT THE NEW J ESTABLISHMENT OF Cr Uini/CI main street, ■ ■ ■ 1 1 lll ll CLj Opposite M. Wineland’s Clothing House. Walnut, Poplar and Cherry Chninh-r Suits. A magnificent Display of Hand some Parlor, Diningroom, Bedroom and Hall Furniture. Cabinet Making in all its branches. . I would call your attention to my f O a Undertaking Department. Melalic, Walnut and Rusoword Caske's \ ' r|J*. nm * Uoltlns Burisl Robesand Shrouds ol all .jjrr J descriptions always on baud. I have the finest "Hearse in Western vfl Wvaßv Maryland and a' all tuner Is I attend person- V J fh wlffiL CTIK/vIV V7L\ a.lv thereby relieving the relatives of the do —** •" erased of all trouble i.i Hie premisis. Call and Inspect my stock and gel low prices for wbut you want. Mar 4-t <!. |\ X K|;I„ New Business Locals. Douglas G. Percy tSJ's with pride to his ilock o> Wall Paper, being me finest ever hrouidit io tms nr any other t>wn. IL earn entity desires that hi* va riel lea in this line of goods should t c care "Ully an.t exhaustively ins ected before tlie purchaser looks eisi-woeie, A ttnceessful sAperstllon an eu. —This is lo certily that I have boon cross-eyed ever since I was horn, and that I called ou Du. Wilbdh a. the Qiand Ccuiral House who informed me he coni’iuak> my eyes as string't as any man’s in ‘he world. Ho operated on them and in three minutes made them per fectly straight. I would advise all persons who have cross-eyes to go and gel the Doctor to make them straight. Jacob Pressman. Froslburg, March 1, 1883. Ready for Biihliicmh with as tine and complete asso tmeui of handsome 1 Pur .ilure as cau be found in Allegany . county. Burial Cos era and Cufflus a , spec ally. Cal in and examine my stock and you will be convinced that I an. sell ing furniture that will phusu vou. C. P. Nickel, Now Wsrerooms, opposite Marx Wmo land’a store, Mam street, Fr istburg. Business Locals, Men’s Sheridan Mining Slices, made by Batchelo , price $1.60; sold at t'! 00every where else. Cali and inspect my stock. C. Hartman. Frank C. Beall, “The” Hardware and ! Stove Man, keeps the best and largest elock of Woodenvare in town. Give him a cad. Do vou want a good Whip or Horae Collar ? Fra k O. Beall sells them che.per than the cheapest. Fine and large assortment of Hard ware and Ntoveft, sure In please, can . he louud al Frank (J. Beall's “Mammoth" Hardware aud Stove House. A lot ot handsome Dress Woods al 8, 10, 13j and 15 cents, al B. Stern & Co’s dry goods emporium. These goods are really very cheap. A very large liue of black and colored Lash meres f.om 30 els. lo |I per yard. These goods ate actually a bargain at B. Stern & Co. Men and boys' Clot hint; reduced fully 30 per cent, at B. Stern & Co. Sew Advertisements. CARD OF THANKS. V\7B take this method of thanking the TV citizens of Frosthurg aim vicinity fur the liberal patronage extended lo the fair recent ly held by the mei. hers aud cougre ' gallon of Hi German l.u'herau Church, and would state that a good sum was realized FAIR COMMITTEE. Mar 4-lt FOR RENT. V\ ILL rent n y r sulencr slun'ed upon 1 Fr st A venue to a desirable tenant. It is a fine I cat on, has a young onion'd of ci.iiico fiult trees attached, all m cessary j outbuildings, a never- ailing well of soft water with pump, and for general mnve- ] nience it is urn xcilh d. Applv to . MAGDALENA S. BEPLER, or I FREDERICK BEPLER. March 4 tf TO THE_PU3L3C. IT buying lieen freely circulated that Mr. O. Holit. Cooper assisted me in making 1 op the flannel 1 report of the lorporallou, allow me to siy that such is not the case. 1 was iissltlea by no one. I lie report to ti at effect is a base fal-cllOoU got I- n up by some degraded bar to Injure me, ana us it con promises Mr. Cooper’s business integ rity us well us my owu it is necessary that j it sh-nild he slopped. FRED. UePLGR. Mar 4lt _ _ ATTENTION I ’’[’HE undersigned is prepared to call I sales of Heal Person ul ami Honuehold Properly, Sleek, Ac W.ll als > attend I üblu; Vendues Charges Mode rate. Infor mation respecting tales of all kinds cheer- 1 tullr furnished. Aduress or applv to O. ROBT. COOPER, March 4—tf gfuslburu, Md. 1 NO MORE HARD WORK ] -IN SCRUBBING YOUR FLOOR. 1 r |''HE undersigned announces to tbe ( I public that he is now c nguged in man ufncturiug and introducing a patent scrub bi g Urns . the mi rits of which are un| rc- - cedented. The pen-on using it stands u c J riglit, without putting in the dirty water, j which, when the Boor is clean is lifted oy an attachment of the brush. I* is gunn n leed to i horouglily clean and dry a floor m a remarkably short time, with little labor. ( Tuis la’ or-saving invention is meeting | with great sure ss. as a trial convinces the most fastidious. Liberal discounts to the tiade. Oruers respectfully solicited. D. S FATELY, Mar 4-ly Fr. stburg, Md. , Preilm*nury Xellce iu Inselteney. i Benjamin Filer ) No —, Insolvent, | vi. }■ Id tlie Circuit Court for His Creditors. I Allegauv County. To the Undilori of Benjtmin Filer, Irutol vent.* VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, I That Benjamin Filer, in the countv of Allc any, has filed iu the Circu t Cou-t ' for Allegany county a petition under Iho < Insdvent Law of Maryland, approved Aprd 14,1580, and that sal l petition in in- solvency .8 pending iu the Circud Court for \ Allegany county, Maryland; that a meet ing of the creditors of mid insolvent debt- | | or io prove their claims and choose a Pi - nvment Trustee <>f his estate, w II he held at the Clerk's office mi MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1883, i at 10 o'cioi k. a. m., before The dote Hu man,Esq, Cl >koft.e Circuit Court for t I A.'t-gauy county. lUUN L. GROVE, i 1 Mar 4-3 t Pieluniuaiy Trustee. .tiseellau.ons Vdvsr tisemenls. Fox^Sa-le. VN V portion deatnns to purchase ;i Well e tablislud GROCERY business eligib y Incuieil, will do well to inquire of t. e editor ot Una paper, [Fob 35 NOTICE. \ I R. JOHN STODDARTii the author i* I izeil agent for the Pittsburg Tabor tribune for this seotloN. All poisons wi-blng to sot io llimr sub-cripU.ms or re new the same.can do so by calling on bini at JOHN CHAMBERS’ store. [Oct 8 ' KENNY HOUSE, 1 7 Piedmont, II out Vn., T. RUNNY, - Proprietor. ' I 'HIS Hotel baa one of the finest Sample 1 Rooms on hue of B. so O. rai.roa.h Oct 8-y Fine Dentistry. Ur. l. b. Wilson’s NEW SYS. EM OF EXTRACTING TEETH WUHOUT PAIN, No. 17 North Liberty Street, CUMBERLAND, MI). BEAUTIFUL and durable opt rations ot NiiUira) Teeth. Bud breath cured Artificial Tooth iusorlcd without .covering tlie entire palate. Lgbt, natural and com finable artificial appliances fir sunken cheeks, and facial doli.rmi ies. Old loose end broken acts repaired while waiting. Office open every nig In until 10 o’clock. Fifteen yeara of practical expericnci and a graduate of the Baltimore College < 1 Denial Surgery. Feb 11-y ROAD jNOTiCE. "VTOiTCE is hereby given that the un i\ dersigned will petition the County Commissioners at their first meeting ncxl atler the end of thirty d ys from the date hereof, to lay out and open a County Road from Frostburg to Pompty Smash, leav ing the National Turnpike near the Ceme tery pate, and passing through the lands of the Consolidation Coal Company and C. M. Graham & Co , and following as near as practicable the footpath from a point near “-aid Cemetery gale to a lane near Pinny Woods, then across the bill to the Big or Vale Meadow ; then along the line of the Ge.rges Creek and Cumber land railroad ami the depot at Pompny Smash; then into said village. HUTCHINS BROS., WM. 11. KOCH, N. S. FROST, Feu. 4—st _ A. J, WILLISON Factl Honest. ROGERS’ | IS THE PLACE TO GET YOUR CHRISTMAS GOODS. A GOOD 3Miologr!t|tli of yourseh ‘ ' to a friend Is the most acceptable present, /ery Kindsomo Christmas Cards. Albums, Fiames, Pictures, &c. I am also Agent for five leading Organa, and the celebrated St left PI no. Come and see me. A. A. ROGERS, Nvt 71 Offiee ..nd I oil lory on B mulwHV FROSTS 1 RG ACADEMY. Hume School for /loth Selves ’ PHE object of this School Is to place I superior educational lacililies at the doors of fie citizens. Thu branches taught will bo baaed upon the prai lical requirements ot good ciliz -n --slop, and Hie qualifications requisite loi admittance into colleges. T. e...ethodsof instruction will he varied as tar as pr cticabie to s .it the mental pe cnhaiities ot each pupil. The range ef studies will lie liigh, tin insliuetiou thorough, the inilueuces re fining. Not more than twenty pupils will be admitted. lutbrn alion can be oblomed from any ot the undersigned gentlemen. V. BALDWIN JOHNSON, Teacher. Thoi.O. McCdm.oii, H. B. Siiafpru, AdamE Hitchins, Nklbon Bkall, N. 8. Frost, John .1. Kici.l.r,n, J. It. Oder, Dec 94 Pattons and Directors. Stoves Tinware UKIt. JOII.ASOX is still active I and doing a good business at No. 4-9 Main St, Frostburg, Where he sells the BEST STOVE In town. I refer to the well known “Ironsides!” W liich has tlie largest oven and is the quickest baking sloe in the market. I also manufacture and keep ctm sternly on ham. Hie most substantial and very best Tinware? TO BE FOUND. S..licl‘-iug a call and an inspection of the superb New Loueidci: Cook Stove and my stock of tinware, I n main vouis, Apr b y Fit ED. JOHNSON. Miscellaneous Advertlseineits. Property for Sale. (I HOUSES AND LOTS in Frostburg O for saIe—CHEAP! Must be sold I Feb 18—tf JAMES KANE, Agent. _ _ (Chrstmas Goods, Buy Your] j m | CJlrlgt|naß o|ftg> BUY YOUR Itrldwl Presents of W. F. A. WOODCOCK, QQ BALTIMORE 8T„ Cumberland, OO Md., next door to 3d National Bank. Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Necklaces, Kings, ike, A Magnificent Stock! LO W PRIG ES! IW Please call early end avoid the rush. [Dec 10—4 m OUUGR MSI. Evans and McCe’lch 1 c*. [■ 8017 Equity. Davis, rl at. ) ( vRDERBU. This If th dayo( February * ' 1889. by the Circuit C-'iirt for Alle gimy county in Eqmty, that Ibe sales h i ''' and rep. ed in the above entitled ;; l ints, bv Wm. Bruce, trustee he ratified i. ai.d eoniirmcd unless cause to tbecontiarv if llicrcoi . su. wn on or before the 20th d.y of Mur. b, IPB9 ; provided a Copy . f tins order be publMied in some n waps per printed in A Megan v couii’y one. in each of three since, five weeks befo.e the i3lli day of March, 1882. Tlie report slates I he amount of sales to ' be |485.00. THEO. LUMA 4, True Copy— Cle-rk. Test; Tbeo. Ldman. Clerk. " Feb 18 St BALE OF VALUABLE To ' n Property IN FROSTBURG. I'HE Queen City Perpetual Building * Association of Oipii icrl .ml, Md , will sell at public sale in Iron; of the Grand Central Homo, in Frostburg, on i iiurMlay, March I), 1883, AT 10.30 A. M., (if not previously sold at private sale) s All that part of the Real Ivslate of the Frost’s heirs yiug in Frosiburg, Al legany county and State of Maryl .ml, neoignaled upon the plat ol Ball teal c.tate, flied in No. 1898 Equity iu the Circuit Court for Allegany county, as Lots Nos. 7, 8 and 9, As conveyed heretofore iiy Daniel O i Bruce mil Nelson Beall, trustees, to a Frederick Hody, Archibald Stewart and e Joseph Nichols by deed ol September ’’ 3.id, 1873, and recorded iu Liber U. 11., , No. 37, folio 341, &e., one of the land j records of said Allegany county. These lots have a frontage on Orman “ street of DO feet and a depth ol 105 tint, and are improved by THREE FRAME BUILDINGS, centrally located, i- 7 ernu of Sale— One-third cash; one-third y in nine months, and one third in eighteen . months The purchaser to give notes for , dctoired payments with security to lie ap [l proved by the undersigned. J. P WILLtARD, WM. WITHERS, j 1 Feb 18-ls Committee. * MORTGAGEES’ SALK " T INDER and by virtue of powers con yJ talced in a mortgage lr >m Frederick Rowe to us, Curtin M Graham and Suvau t , Wright, bearing date the llOlhdayof Oc •ober, in the year 1871, and recorded in Liber 11. R., No. 35, toho 304, one ol the laud records of Allegany .county, we will ..tfer at public sale in fiont of the Grand Central House on Union (or Mam) street in the town of Fruetburg, Md., on Saturday, March U, 1883, AT 10 O’CLOCK, A. M., I All those Ij, of Laud lying and being in Allegany county and State o) 'I 'rylaud, k a and ueiig.ii.led us Let. Nos, 27 and 28 in the Town ol Gran.it.aou, Vu.. which u-id ro,;. weis conveyed to tbo sai 1 Frederick Rowe by Curtin M Qia hum and wife ..ud Sara a Wright by deed bearing dale October 30tb, 1871. 1 Icrmsof Hale -Car,;, on tnr day of Sa.e. , . CURTiN M. GRAHAM, e SARAH WIUGH T, Feb 18-ls Mortgagees. ’ MORTGAGEES' SALK~ UNDER aad by virtue of piwors . contained in two mortgages Iroui Ed r Wald M. Davies end CbarioUu Davies, bit w le, to us, Curtin M. Graham amt Sarah Wright, one bearing date toe lOlli day oi April, 1873, and n-eo.ileu among Uit Laud Record,-, o; Allegany county in Liber U. It, No. 37, folio 110, uu.l .me oeanug date Ibe . loth day of November, 1875, and recoined m Liber T. L , No. 45, lullo 587, on . of said . records, wo wil. offer at public sale iu tronl [, of tlie Grand Central House on Union (or Main) slice., in the town of Frostburg, , Aid., on Saturday, March 11, 1883, AT 11 O’CLOCK, A M., I All Umse i.upruveil Luis oT Land lying and be.ng in Allegany county and Slate of Maryland, known and di.lm guislrou as Luts Nos. 13 mid 11 iu the town ot Grahumto.i, Laid out by the said .Curtin M. Graham and Sarali Wright, and fronting on Wright street In said town, and which Lots wuie conveyed lo the said Edwaid M. Davies by the said Cmliu M. Giabam aad wife and Sarah Wng it by deed da ted April 19th, 1873. Terms of sals—Cash on the day ol sale. CURTIN M. GRAHAM, SARAH WRIGHT, F.-li is—is Mortgagees. MORTL ?.7 Ct EES' SA /. /.. UNDER and by virtue of powers con tained in a mortgage from Robert Burnell to us, Curtin M. Graham and mwah Wright, bearing date lire (Itb day of February, 1873, and recorded in Liber H. R., No. 35, folio 308, ono of the land re cords of Allegany county, we will Oder at public sale in front of the Grand Central House on Union (or Main) street, in the town of Frostburg, Md., on bulurday, March il. SBB3, AT 12 O'CLOCK, M., All those Lulh <tT l.uiul 1 ring sou 1 being iu Allegany county and Stale o! Marvlaud, known and distinguished as i.nls Xus. 29 a..d 30 iu the Town of tiruli'.mtoii, Which said lots were conveyed to tho said Robert Burnell l y Cur in M. Graham I aim wife and .-’ar .b' Wright by deed heating date Fobi'iaty (lib, 1373. Turns of Sait -Casn on tlie rl .y of sale CUR .IN M GRAHAM, SARAH WEIGH I, hen 18-U Mortgagees.