ON and flcr Jan. 53,1882, Passenger
Traint arrive and depart an follows;
,—LEAVE , STATIONS. ,—ABBIVE
Mail. Exp. Exp. Mall.
A. X. P. M. P. M. P. X
880 215 Cumberland 105 10 25
904 249 Hyndman 12 81 991
10 05 860 Bedford 11 80 850
12 25 615 Huntingdon 910 030
840 740 Altoona 745 12 25
P. X A. X
•50 12 01 Pittsburg 100 885
A. X. P. X
420 11 80 Harrisburg 400 835
A. M. P. X. A. M.
785 255 Philadelphia 11 80 11 25
10 85 815 New York 800 755
'—ARRIVE —' ' LEAVE '
NOTE.—Time here given is Pennsyl
Vania Railroad (Philadelphia) time, which
five minutes faster than Bah imore time.
No change of ears between Cumberland
and Huntingdon. Through cars between
Huntingdon and Philadelphia, No v York
and Pittsburg. Passengers from points
east oi Hyndman, for Somerset, take Ex
press train west; change cars ut Hyndman.
and anive at Somerset at 4.55 p. m.
Tickets sold and baggage checked by
PETER NOON, Agent, corner of Balti
more and Liberty Streets. Cumberland,
and at the depot. ‘ ’Bus will call at resi
dences far passengers and laggage, on
notice left with agent.
J. R. WOOD,
General Passenger Agent,
Thos. A. Roberts, Superintendent.
Short Line Passenger Trains.
Commencing Monday, Nor. 28,1881.
PASSENGER TRAINS of the George's
Creek and Cumberland Railroad and
fee Pennsylvania Railroad Company, (by
Philadelphia time, which is 5 minutes
■arller than Baltimore time): ,
Daily, bundayt excepted.
For Lonaconing, 6.00 a. m., 930 a. m.
and 8 45 p. m.
For Bedford, Pittsburg, Philadelphia
and New York, 8.15 a. m. and 2 50 p. m.
-7.45 a. m., 12.00 m. and 6.80 p. m.
For Lonauoaing, 9.00 a. m. and 8.00 p. m
-12.8* p. m., aud 5 p. in.
(Excursionists foi DAN’S ROCK can
leave Cumberland any day at 9.80 a. m..
aud reiurmg leave Vale Summit for
Cumberland at 5.80 p. m.)
JAS. A. iIILLHOLLAND,
Dec 8 General Manager.
BALTIMORE A OHIO RAILROAD.
ON and after Nov. 20, 1881, trains will
arrive and depun us follows;
( I .’I .hlthtMl.
ARRIVE j WESTBOUND TRAINS [ DEPART
12:85 a m No. 24 Express, j
2:88 am No. 2 Express. | 2:38 am
6:51 a m No. 8 Express, i 7:07 a m
No. 6 Acceim’u. | 6:85 a m
3-15 pm No. 14 Mail. | 3:2opm
8.27 p m No. 10 Express. | 8:47 p m
ARRIVE | EABTBODND TRAINS j DEPART
2:80 ara No. 8 Express. 2:45 a m
■ 8:15 a m No. 19 Mail. 8:20 a m
9:28 a m No. 5 Express. 9:45 a m
No. 23 Express. 2:45 p m
4.45 p m No. 1 Express. 5:06 pm
6:07 p m No. 7 Accom’n
Nes. 6,14,7 and 19 daily except Sun
days. All other trains daily.
Nov 26 J P. LEGQE,Agent.
ON and after Nov. 29,1881, passeugcr
trains on the P.ttsbuig Division of
the Baltimore aud Ohio railroad will run
8.52 p. m I No. io Mail. 11000 p. m
12.40 a. m | No. 2 Expicss. | G. 30 a. m
Pittsburg. EAST BOUND. Cumberland.
“8,50 a. nTj No. 1 Mail. F 2.35 p7m
9.10 p. m j No. 8 Express. | 2.85 a. m
Local accommodation train leaves Cum
berland for Coonellsviiie at 6.80 a. in.; re
turning arrive Cumberland 7.00 p. m.
On and after Nov. 20, 1881, trains on
the Somerset and Cambria Brancli will
run as follows: Northbound Leave
Rock wood at 6.00 a. m. and 12.40 p. m.;
Somerset, 030 and 115 p. m., arrive Johns
town 8.30 a. m. and 3.05 p. m. South
bound—Leave Johnstown, 9.15 a. m. aud
3.25 p. ra; Somerset 11.05 and 5.15 p. m.,
arrive Rockwoocl, 11.40 a. m. aud 5.50 p.
m. All trains run daily.
THOMAS M. KING,
E. D. Smith, Passcngei Agent.
Cumberland A Pennsylvania Railroad
NEW TIME TABLE
TO TAKE EFFECT
Monday, Nov. 10, 1880.
Passenger trains leave Cumberland at
9.16 a. m. aud 8.40 p. x.
Frostburg, cast, 7.10, a. m., and 13.42 p. x.
“ west, 10.12, “ “ 4.40 “
r- LEAVE —> STATIONS ABRIVE—,
A M. | A. M. | A. X. | P X
•15 11.40 Piedmont 11.15 6.45
6.80 11.65 Barton 10.53 5.25
6.40 12.10 Lonaconing 10.42 5.12
8.65 12.35 Oceen 10.26 4.57
7.10 12.42 Frostburg 10 13 4.40
7.40 1.18 Mt. Savage 9,46 4.14
7.48 1.19 Barrelviile .40 4.08
\OO 1.80 C. &P. Junction 9.29 8.55
“5 1.46 Cumberland 9.15 j 3.40
-ABHIVK —* ’—LEAVE—’
P. L. BURWELI;
Nov 27 General Superintendent.
come a'commercial V _,
Florist, read j FLORICULTURE
If you wish to Gar-*
cicn for Amusement f GARDENING
orfo.- Home Use i FOR PLEASURE
All by PETER HENDERSON.
Price fI.SO each, postpaid by mail.
Our Combined Catalogue of
For 1882, sent free on application.
I 36 Oortlandt 6t, New York.
Dot 10-Sin 1
MJOHiN 77 JO NES r
OHY9ICIAN AND SURGEON. OI
1 flee ou Main street in Thomas build
ing, Frostburg, Md. [Aug 80
IJIEDMONT (Baltimoreand Ohiorai
I oad,) Wesrt Virginia,
Nov7 J P A. ENTLER Prop’r
D J. BLACIISTON. JAS. B. RLLBOOOD
BLACKISTOII k ELLEQOOE,
2 Washington St., Cumberland, Ud.
F O m Jet E 3ST T ,
PAUL’S OPERA UOCSt
stoke - rooms,
ROOMS on 3d floor,suitable rorOtnce 11
Apply to THOS H.PAUL,
Mar 11 Frostburg, Md.
Stoves & Tinware
b RED. Jon.\BoN is still active
I and doing a good business at
No. 49 Main St., Frostburg,
Where he sella the
In town. I refer to the well known
Which has the largest oven and is the
quickest baking stove in the market.
I also manufacture and keep con
slant ly on hand the most substantial aud
TO BE FOUND.
Soliciting a call and an inspection of the
superb New Ironsides Cook Stove and
my stock of tinware, I n main yours,
Apr 9-y FRED JOHNSON.
Home School for Both Sexes
THE object of tills School is to place
superior educaiional facilities at the
doors of the citizens.
The branches taught wifi be based upon
the practical requirements 01 good citizen
ship, and the qualifications requisite for
admittance into colleges.
Toe methods of instruction will be varied
as far as pr cticable to suit the mental pe
culiarities of each pupil.
The range cf studies will be high, the
instruction thorough, the influences re
Not more than twenty pupils will be
Inforn alien can be obtoined from any of
the undersigned gentlemen.
V. BALDWIN JOHNSON,
Tito*. G. McCulloh, H. B. Siiafprb, i
Adam E Hitchins, Nbi son Bball, j
N. S. Frost, John J. Kkllkr,
J. B. Odisr,
Dec 24 Patrons and Directors. !
$ I 0.00
~I'HE above REWARD will b given foi I
I POSITIVE information that will IN
EVITABLY lead to the DETECTION, I
ARREST aud CONVICTION of any par- 1
ty, or partite, known to DEFACE, RE- I
MOVE, or in any maruer to wantonly or j
uallciously TAM PEI vith my
AdTerttniiiK Bigu oards.
FRANK C. BEALL,
‘Mammoth” Hardware, Wooden War*
and Stove Store,
Lowndes & Clare’s old stand,
Feb 1 Frostburg, Md.
i CQ9 THE sfw 1 QQ9
iOOi BALTIMORE, MD„ lOOw
Published Daily, Except Sunuay.
NATIONAL, independent, conserva
tive. Full of news and sound in
principle. The paper of the people. Its
past the index of i’s future. Cheapest
and best newspaper known. The world’s
news in compact form. An en’erprismg,
accurate and trust,worthy newspaper. ]
Reliable market, stock, financial and ship- \
ping reports. Special home and foreign
correspondence. Tlc sun stands in the
trout 1 auks of journalism. Terms of sub
scription by mail, invariably cash in a I
vance. Postage free.
One Tear $8 00
Six Months ‘ 8 00
Four “ 2 00
Three " 1 60
Two " 1 00
One “ 50
Three Weeks 88
Two “ 25
One “ 13
Single copies by. mail 8 cents.
As an advertising medium. Tub Sun,
by reason of its large circulation, and
being universally read, is most valuable
for all classes of advertisers.
A. 8. ABELL & CO., Publishers,
The Sun Iron Building, Baltimore, Md.
Jan 7-8 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 the cigars are made on
mahogany tables by thoroughbred Cu ana
in swallow-tail coats and white Kid gloves.
When a man smokes one oi these cigars,
lie walks on air, and dreams that he hau a
diamond scarf-pin and a sixty-live dollar
suit of clothes, and just mairied rich. It
makes the breath sweet, nd keeps the
teeth white, an;’ will tore” a moustache on
the i u oothest lip in five weeks. Any man
who wants to start a railroad can do to
with these cigars witi out fear of failing
to make a connection or putting .n a cross
ing in less tnan three hours.
It permeates the house, window curtains,
close.sand clothes, with f’agrance d licale
and the exquisite scent of heliotrope, new
mow n fay, jockey club aud white rose. It
will fatten the front gate every night, and
carry in the paper in the evening, cnase
the oats from the garden, drive the hens to
water and “haidiy over” fail to make one
feel beltei ail over. No well regulated
family can pioperly k<ep bouse w ithout
Uiem; for the man who (mokes this cigar
will never cut wood too long for lue
stove, mver swear when he puls up stove
i pipes, never step ou a lady’s train, join a
1 club or go down near tbs poilofflce alter
Continue* to carry the usual large
aud well-assorted stock of
Heating § Cooking
j Latent and most approved
In the HARDWARE line
-ALWAYS ON HAND-
AND BUY THE
Inducements in prices
and qualities of goods
Not to be Excelled.
Frank C. Be all,
“THE" Hardware and Steve Man.
I'HE MINING JOURNAL.
J. X. OBXK. 0. W. ODKX.
J. B • DF.K* MHO.,
IVBIIUI AQXKT AT XOXXAXT.
>ice,lal uHt.Kltehlasßres. Bslldlsr
TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION;
CPJ. Ob* yor Ik ftiTBB C.9 f 1 I'
“ tlx raoßths. *• 7* ,
I'rMlbnrt. March 4, I *,
Accokdikg to Harr Richard Andrea
there are 6.139,000 Ji ws in the world.
Five-sixths live in Europe. Asia bae
182,847, The grertest proportion is
ij Roumarir, or twice ae high as in ,
Russia. Norway, be says, contains
“Summing Ur " Captain—" What i
ia the charge, sergeant?" Sergei nt
—“This time its drunkenness air. i
But this msn is the most troublesome
fellow in the regiment, sir. He goes
out when he likes, and gets diunk
when he likes; in fact, he might be an
I Corporations are individuals cre
ated and made immortal by law.
“They have no bodies to be kicked
, nor souls to be damned.” they are
without a single human attribute.
They exist but to extort. They are
the embodiment of monopoly, above
the law which brought them into be
ing, and subordinate only to the will
of their beneficiaries, The creations,
thought and skill are monopolized by
them. Progress is their slave. In
( vention, that would be a blessing to
the whole people, aonopo'ized by
them, has almost become a curse.
He opened the door cautiously, and
poking his head in a suggestive sort
of wav, as if there was more to follow,
"Is this 'he editorial rinktum?"
"The what, my friend ?”
"Is this the rinktum—sinktum,
sanctum,or some such place, where
the editors live ?”
“This is the editorial room; yes sir,
"No, I guess I won’t come iu. I
wanted to see what a rinktum was
like, that's all. Looks like our garret
—only wuss. Good-day I”
The Peach Crop. —The prospects
of the peach crop are begining to at
tract attention, ahd, a'though it is
too scon to prophesy, confidence is
expresstd thst the crop will be a good
one. In New Castle, Del., the opin
ion is almost unanimous that the
yield will be a good one. In Mary
i land, especially in Kent and Queen
Anne's county, there has been a per*
oeptible increase in the peach acreage.
Tie winter las not been so severe
in these counties as in other parts
of the peninsula, and it is though, that
Kent and Queen Anne's will produce
upwards of a million baskets of good
peaches this year.
A Pretty Home.— Now that so
many pretty things may be
! bought at a moderate cost, the
poorest woman can save a room from
being meagre in its appointments.
She can avoid horse-hair sofas and vi
olent carpets, and vulgar prints on the
' walls. Good engravings, a little cre
tonne, some kuicknauks made by her
self, a few grasses, a growing plant,
and an open fire a.e all that are need
ed to make a room pleasant and refin
ed. What a pity it is that in a coun
try covered with wood a wood-fire
should he au expensive luxury, for
there is nothing like it to make home
iittraotive I It burns up m ny a quar
tel and morbid speculation, rights
many a wrong and promotes peace. No
picture is so utterly cheerful as that
of a family gathering round it as eve
ning falls. No conversations are so
fresh and witty as those which go up
with the sparke. No companion ia so
lively and invigorating to the invalid,
the recluse, the mourner, or the aged,
as a wood-fire. It is the most health
ful of all ventilators, the most pictur
exque picture, the most enlivening
suggestion of energy and thrift. And
yet comparatively few homes possess
this rare attraotion. In the cities, how
ever, we can make cancel coal take
the place of wood in a measure, and
( till rejoice in an open fire.
William Brack. Bknj. A. Kichmond
Brace & Richmond,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W.
OtflccNo.t Washingtoi itreet,
U T ILL be iu Froslburg regularly every
Notice to My Patrons!
UAYING removed my Tailoring Es
I would state to my patrons and the citi
zens of Frost' ure centrally that I WILL
BE IN FROSTBUUG
Firbt Monday After Fay
IN EACH MONTH
With a fine sample of goods for the pur
pose of receiving orde. a for suits of Cloth
ing. A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED
or money refunded.
Feb 25- f Grantsville, Md. ■ •
O. JAERETT & BRO.
Have added to their Furniture Business,
They are fully prepared to aupply
Coffi s. Caskets and Burial Cases,
Trimmed in the FINEST STYLE for a great deal less money than the
same article* are furnished elsewhere in the county. All our Funeral
Furniture i* upholstered in the most tasteful manner. We have recently
purchased an ELEGANT HEARSE—the finest in the county—with
which wa will deliver COFFINS, etc., purchased from us, Free oj Cluirge I
Order* by telegraph promptly filled. fSept 18-y
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
Large and Handsome
> OT OF
WHICH WE ARE OFFERING AT
25 PER CENT. LESS
THAN OTHER HOUSES.
B. STERN & CO.,
Dw. 17-tf Main Street, Froatbnrg, Md.
■M teiwuiiiii iHi
HkfAß-33Sai EflW I CP
|lm i -
n • S
mß iiif ay
r ~ oA j—iimfiwi 2
f I #5 tssa* •S’
Avoid the Crowd by Coming Early.
A OT?MTC wantod^tfl^elTid
ixVJ till I O iton’i iduilctl Tel
ephone and Edison’* Ins'antane u Plano
and Organ Music. Eccloao stamp for cat
alogue and teims.
EDISON MUSIC COMPANY,
J ° a ‘ 8m __ Philadelphia. P.
J. RUHL, M. D.,
MAS confined Ida practice entirely to
th.. treatment and cure f CON
SUMPTION and all diseases of the Respi
ratory system, aud will positively attend
to do ether cases.
Office hours, daily from 9 to 11 a. m.
No books kept and cash required for
medicine. Cases treated by coi respan
Office at McNeill's Drug Store.
State and County Taxes
FOR YEAR 1881,
Special Notice to Taxpayers.
Ofpicb; County Commissioner* or I
Alluoanv County, >
CUMBERLAND, Mp., Not. 10, 1881. )
r | 'HE ATTENTION OF TAXPAYERS
I is especially called to the provision of
the New Code of Public Oeue.ul Laws
which says emphatically that the Collector
shall collect and pay over the taxes within
six months alter receiving the Ixioks, and
in the event of his failure to do so he ■hull
be liable to prosecution and severe pun
This means that the Collector, baying
received the books on the 9tb day ol July,
1881, is obliged by law, by his oath ol
office, and the bona he has given for the
faittiful prformance of his duty, according
to law, to collect and pay over the taxes
within six months, that is, by the 10th day
of January, 1882.
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 be
obliged to collect by the summary process
of distressor execution all taxes that are *
unpaid on the 10th day oi January, 1883.
Ilollcs Ih hereby given. That
ail tax hills for 1881 in ariearsun the IQth
dav ol January, 1882, will be collected at
once by legal process.
Taxpayers should therefore make pro
vision to comply with ti.e requirements of
law, so as to pay their taxes for 1881 before
January 10th, 1883, and thereby aavc costs,
The taxes are to bo paid at the Collect
By order of the County Commissioners.
L. T. DbWITT, Clerk,
N. 8. Frost, GoUeetor. Office at John
J. Heller’s store, Mi in street, Frostburg,
April Ist, 1871.
Recognizing the fact that the relation
ship existing between the Counties o
Maryland and the City of Baltimore is
such that residents of the Counties have
occasion to visit the City frequently dur
ing the year; in consideration of these
facts and the liberal patronage extended
the “Mallby” in the past, I deem it but a
matter of Justice tha> some discrimination
should bo made in their faver. I have
Reducetk Price of Board to $2 a day
feeling confident that the same will be tally
appreciated by them, and nt-tlie same time
merit apd secure an incieased share ol
their patronage. Assuring thm that
nothing will be Icti undone tiiat can add
tothelr comfort during their slay
Rooms without board, 75 cents and up
ward per day.
C. B. HOGiX.Prnp.
cpHE following resolutions have been
1. acopted aa 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 reeinn de
any day's work underground lor less thaa
.60 per day, and any man that may be
c cd to do any work may make his own
co tract, but in no cans may bs is below
the tandurd of laborers’ wages at any
m u>. 1 which he is employed; and in no
ca ( . alevir aim 1 cars ho muds up; and
In hoc ecorapulsion bo used.
1. lie,,toed, i hat oue half cent per ton
fa tilacksmilhiug on and aflei February
it i,IBBO, he the standing pries paid.
t Resolved, That we restrict the hours
oi ,abor to ten hours per day sa a standing
day’s work, beginning at 7 a. m. and slop
ing at S p. m.
4. Resolved, That five cars bs a standard
day’s work for two men.
8. Resolved, That boys at the ago of 19
years are entitled to a ha,f turn, but tksy
shall com-: to the mine aud claim said half
turn: aud that the oldest sob of a widow
shall he allowed a full turn at Uaci dis .ra
tion of mine boss, proviued, the talker
died while in the employ of said company.
C. Re olved, That a.l timber ahall be de
livered at the place of workimr.
7. Resolved, That laying up roads for
pillars and timbering old places bo done
by tbe day at $3.50 per day.
8. R, solved, That all heading werk ahall
be 78 calls per ton, and ten cars for turn
ing oil rooms paid at the same price.
8. Resolved, That we, your employees,
shall not maintain any driver er laborer in
not performing his duty t ..ithtuliy.
10. Resolved. That we shall not saetsis
any recklessness cr carelessness to the ce
straction of life and pr perty, for should
any be guilty he shall throw himself liable
*o the discretion ot the boss and mutt suf
fer the consequences.
11. Result, d, that we shall not maintain
any laborer who shall ciase before his time
is up; and with respect to the drivers, we
shall not maintain a. y pulling up at half
past lour if he sin ual be required to make
snother trip if itshuul„ take him to quarter
past five; or, In other words, give one day
and take th. other.
12. Resolved. That should auy oae be
discharged it shall he the duty ot any whe
are able to take hi* place until th cats is
13. Resulted, That auy man loading aver
two tons five upon a car shall be skipped
one cur fur each offence.
14. Resolved, That 16 feet shall ba tka
distance to shovel coal hetora getting a
road laid up to the cxeivation.
16. Resolved, Tnat the companies shall
furnish the tools usually furnished for dig
ging this coal.
16. Resolved, That the distance far min
ers to run cars down their roim s bs limit
ed to 4UO feel, and, lor tuc first additiaaa]
100 teet, he shall receive 6 cents . ar ton
extra. Over 600 leal, heading price to ba
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