MlioeUaneon* AdTertlsemeiU. j
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, I
OK ami after Jam 33,1883, Passenger
Trains arrive and depart as follows:
, — LSAVK , STATIONS. , ARRIVH —.
MaU. Expl Exp. MaJL
A. H. P. M. P M. P. M
tBO BIS Cumberland 105 10 2S
DM 848 Hyudnun 18 81 961
10 03 BCO Bedford 11 80 BSO
IS 86 610 Huntingdon 010 080
<lO 740 Altoona 743 18 85
P. M A. M.
160 13 01 Pittsburg 100 885
A. M. p. M
480 11 80 Harrisburg 400 335
a. m. I p, M. A. M,
786 J 65 Philadelphia 1180 1136
10 83 615 Hew York 800 765
-—AEAITK- —' ' LEAVE —>
NOTE,—Time beta given is Pennsyl
vania Railroad (Philadelphia) lime, which
firs minutes faster than Baltimore time.
Mo change of ears between Cumberland
and Huntingdon. Through cars between
Huntingdon and Philadelphia, New York
and Pittsburg. Passengers from points
•aat ol Hyndman, for Somerset, take Ex
press train west; change cars at Hyndman,
and arrive at Somerset st 4.55 p. in.
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 fer passengers and baggage, on
notice left with agent.
J. R. WOOD,
General Passenger Agent.
Taos. A. Roberts, Superintendent.
Short Lint Passenger Trains.
Commencing Monday, Nor. 28, 1881.
PASSENGER TRAINS of the George’s
Crab and Cumlierland Railroad and
fee Pennsylvania Railroad Company, (by
Philadelphia lime, which is 5 minutes
mrher than Baltimore lime):
D.l.tu, /Sundays exctpUd.
For Lonaconing, 6.00 a. m., 930 a. m.
and 8 45 p. in.
For Bedford, Pittsburg, Philadelphia
sad New York, 8.15 a. m. aud 8 65 p. m.
T.4S a. m., 18.00 m. and 6.30 p. m.
Sunday 1 riant.
For Lunauouing, VOO >■. m. aud 8.00 p. m
-18.86 p. u., and 5 p.m.
(Excursionists tor DAN’S ROCK can
leave Cumberland any day at 9.30 a. m .
and muring leave Yale Summit lor
Cumberland at 5.80 p. m.)
JAS. A. MILLUOLLAND,
Dec 8 General Manager.
BA I, nil OKI. A OHIO RAILROAD.
ON and after Nor. 30, 1881, llama Will
arrive and depart aa follows:
ARRIVE I WESTBOUND TRAINS | DEI’AKT
13:85 a m No. 24 Ki| rets.
3dW a m No. 8 Express. 2:38 a m
8:51 a m No. 8 Express. 7:07 a m
No. 0 Accom’u. 0:85 a m
STSp m No. 14 Mail. 8-30 pm
8.87 pru No. 10 Express. 8:47 pui
ARRIVE I EABTUOUND TRAINS | DEPART
3:30 a m No. 3 Express. 2:41 a m
8:16 a m No. 10 Mail. 8:20 a m
9:28 a m No. 5 Express. 9:45 a m
No. 23 Express. 8:13 pui
4.43 pm No. 1 Express. 5:00 p a
6:07 pin No. 7 Accom’u
Nos. 6,14, 7 and 19 daily except Sun
daya. All other trains daily.
Nov 20 J. P. LEGGS,Agent.
ON and after Nov. 29,1881, passenger
trains on the P.ttsburg Division of
the Baltimore and Ohio railroad will run
3.58 p. m I No. 10 Mull. I 10.00 p. m
12.40 a. m | No. 3 Express. | 0.30 a. m
8.50 a. m I No. 1 Mail. I 8.35 p. m
9.10 p. m j No. 8 Express. | 2.35 a. m
Local accommodation train leaves Cum
berland for Counellsvilic at 0.30 am; re
turning arrive Cumberland 7.00 p m.
On and after Nov. 20, 1881, Indus on
the Somerset aud Cambria Branch will
run as follows: Norlhbound —Leave
Rockwood ut 0.00 a. m. and 12 40 p. m.;
Somenet, 6 30 audl 15 p. m., arrive Julius
town 8.30 a. m. and 8.05 p. in. South
bound-Leave Johnstown, 9.15 a. m. and
3.23 p. m ; Somerset 11.05 and 6.15 p. m.,
arrive Rockwoorl, 11.40 a. nr. and 5.50 p
ui. Ail trains ruu dully.
THOMAS M. KING,
K. D. Bititu, Passeng r Agent.
Cumberland t Pennsylvania Railroad
NEW TIME TABLE
fpO TAKE EFFECT
L Honda) , Nov. IS, 1880.
Passenger trains leave Cumberland at
9.16 A. M. and 3.40 r. m
Vrostburg, east, 7 10, a. n.,and 18.43 i* w.
“ weal, 10.18, “ “ 4,4 u “
r- LEAVE -> STATIONS AKKIVK-^
A.M. j A. M. I | *■ . | P W
•15 1 11.40 Piedmont 11.15 6.45
0.80 11.55 Barton 10.53 5.35
I T M
6.40 1 13.10 Lonncoulng 10.48,6.12
6.65 18 35 Oc pn 10 80 | 4.67
7.10 I 13.43 Frosthurg 10 13 | 4.41)
7 49, 11. Ml Save ge 9 4(1,4 14
748 1.18 Barre.vii’o '•4O i 4.08
VOO ! 180 C. *P. Junction 9.3 UtB 55
‘6 I 1.45 Cnmbeilatid 916 i 3.40
-ARRIVE— *—MCaVE— 1
P L. BCRWELL,
Nov 27 General Superlotem ent.
P Safe, “Lid ffon PROFIT, g
If you with to be*) PRAPTIOAI 9
come a Commercial V_ ~ .or- 4
Florist, read ) FLORICULTURE 3
If you wish to Gar-* 9
den for Amusement / GARDENING 3
or for Home Une f FOR PLEASURE H
only, read 1 j
All by PETEB g
Price $1.60 each, postpaid by mail. ]
Our Combined Catalogue of J
For 183#, sent free on application. 3
PETER HENDERSON & COO
U to am
j Miscellaneous Advertisements.
! DR. JOHN J. JONES,
I3HTBICIAN AND SURGEON Ot
I flee on Main at roc I in Thomas build
Ing. Frosthurg, Md. lAog 80
IJIEDMONT (Baltimore and Ohio r a;
oad.l Wosrt Virginia,
Navi .1 P A BNTLKR Prop*?
D J. BLACKISTON. JAS E. ELLEOOOD
BLACKISTON & ELLE3OOD,
3 Washington 81., Cumberland, Md.
William Brack. Bknj. A. Richmond
Brace & Richmond,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OfflceNo.4 Washmirter street,
\\TILL he in Frosthurg regularly every
• v Thursday June 80-
F O R KENT.
PAUL’S oTEKA HOLSt
r>OOMSon 2d floor,suitableforOfflce
I Apply to THOB.H PAUL,
Mar 11 Frosthurg, Md.
Home Sch 00l for Both Sexes
r pilE object of lids School Is to place
I superior educaTenal lacillties at the
doors of the citizens.
The branches taught will be based upon
the practical requirements of good citlfu
ship, and the qualifications requisite for
admittance into colleges.
Ti.e methods of instruction will he varied
as far as pr cticable to suit the mental pe
culiarities ol each pupil.
The range of snidles will he high, the
instiuctluu thorough, the Influences re
Not more than twenty pupils will bo
Inforn ation can be obtoined from any ot
the undersigned gentlemen.
V. BALDWIN JOHNSON,
Tno'.G. McCit.lou,lT. B. Shaffer.
AdamE Hitchinb, Nkisonßkall,
N. 8. Frost, Joun J. Keller,
J. B. Oder,
Dec 24 Patrons and Directors.
Stoves & Tinware
RED. JDH'NON is MID active
I and doing a good business at
J\!o. 40. Main St., Frosthurg,
Where he sells the
lu town. I refer to the well known
1 Which Ims the largest oven a dis the
quit kesl linking sto e in the market.
I also manufacture and keep con
, slam ly on Irani the most substantial and
, very best
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.
■ $ 10.00
I'IIE above REWARD will lieg'vcn for
POSITIVE information that will IN
EVITABLY lead to the DETECTION,
ARREST and CONVICTION cl any par
ty, or parti s, known to DEFACE, RE
MOVE, or in any manner t wantonly or
Maliciously TAMIEI vith my
Advertising Sign onrvltt.
FRANK C. BEALL,
■Mammoth” Hardware. Wooden Wan
aud Stove Store,
Lowndes A- Clary’s old stand,
Feb 1 Kro-ttinrii .11.1
Notice to My Patrons!
nAVING removed my Tailoring Es
I would stale to my patrons aid the riti
■" of Frost urg uciiernlv th-t I WILL
BE IN FROSTHURG
First Monday After Fay
IN EACH MONTH
With a fine sample of goods for the pur
> 1 use of receiving onlc s for suits of Cloth
, in". A PERFECT PIT GUARANTEED
i or money refunded.
Feb 23-f Oraniaville, Md.
■ hstair of Albert (’. Greene,
* • I’HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, T: at the
' 1 subscribe! has o tamed Ipni) t.c ■ >r
, plain's Court of Allegan coiiny, Varyhin 1
’I 1 talers nladmiiiislrullon in 11 the estate ot
■> ] Albert C. Greece, lal • of Allegany county,
, creased Ah pt Isons having <1 hes
against the -aid leccaacdaie wiirned to ex-
I liihitlhcsaiiie.Wi.il v. lichen- lieicof legal
ly rnlhennc iteil. to the sut scribes on or
I liefoie Hie 30 n day of Si plumber, I*H3, or
I li ey may > tlierwwe b> I ■ In- excluded
I rmi all I-'nettl ol in said t-tale Al.
I poisons k oing 111 ms 1 Ives hide led to
I the said estate nre requeued to make im-
I me mite payment Ov m; under my lia.
I tula 1 111 liar ol M tell, 1883
UI.VRI E.i \. GREENE,
March 18—8 m Ailininisiialur.
I IV'HICH has wltbslood all treatment
I v* mil if of twenty yars stnnding
■ r lease call at
I DR RUUI.’S OFFICE.
I ewi t-cs pain Wt.ea cured.
■ licellatiefens Advsrtlsemeats.
Continuti to carry tha usual large
aud well-assorted stock of
Heating 5 Cooking
I.ntent aud most approved
NOVEL r I E S
in the HARDWARE line
-ALWAYS OJV HAND.—
33 iU HAPPY
AND BUY THE
I I Indueemrufs in price*
' and qualities of g' .ods
Not to be Excelled.
Yours Re*| octtully,
Frank C. B a 1 ),
t “THE” Hardwao r.nd St-vr Uau
5 b h te h h h- k fe fe
IHt MIMAS JOURNAL. |
I. >. OOBR. 0. V. ODBB.
J. K OICR * BM.,
BVIIKBM ACBBT AT MKBABT. 1
timr o p ueßii’Bi rfid *1 ,
Copy, out yonr. 1% dUtonoe $1 it
** ** ill woathi*. ** .. 71 |
FronthfsrK* April 1 9 IHHM.
”-!LiL ■ 1
Fair Vale I where oft, In bygone clay*,
I whiled away such haj py hi nr*;
The men’ry oi the pait recall*
To ma thy great attractive power*.
The beauty cf thy verdant fields,
0 Vale, elsewhere to find is rare;
For nature'* sett beget I np thee,
lias lavish’d her must tender car*.
What noble manaloii dark* yon hill,
Where violets and daisies grow;
Where love and peace contented rule,
Free from all care and sadd'ing woe I
But why ask I thy well-known name,
Which e’er my grateful heart holds desrf
'Tla for the plesssnt Joy it gives
To hear a name that I revere.
All mundane joys are but short-llvsd,
So fixed by God’s powers Divine ;
FOl thus Twss In thy sweet embrace
With pleasures that no more are mine.
Two fleeting moalhs had qniokly flown;
Alas I how short they seemed to me 1
Anil (hen the dreaded hour did com*,
To bid my last farewell to thee
And when the ere was wsxing dim,
1 k ew 'twas time to sever ;
Then, from my heat . heaved (he sigh:
"Sweet lovely Vale, forgot me never!”
Tha rosy cheeked Aurora rose ;
And trim the oriental sky
The veil of silent night sne drew,
Until tha day reigned full on high
That day—ala* 1 that bitter day I
I watch’d the sun’s 'sst fading beam;
And It t e thought of distance brought,
That tear-drop* in my eye* did gleam.
Weary and worn, the sun bad (one
A culm and silent sleep to seek;
And ctsrs shore bright in the moonless
And in tb"ir twinkling seem'd to apeak.
'Twns • ot of joy. nor pleasure lone,
But of my sad and sorrowing soul
They spok"; and in their mirth ms*yu I
To cs'm my heart’s afflicting dole.
Now luh’d to rest in Hope’ fair arms,
The happy dream* that "ourt my sleep,
lleca 1 again thine anciianting "harms,
And I oft would thee far-distant w eo;-.
Three mouth 1 Oh, it ill not bo ’ong
Before we joyful meet auamf
Then will true gladness flii my heart,
And gayly course my eycr rein.
J. A. B.
CAPITAL VS LABOR.
In the papers every day
You will surely sec the way
Capital ,s crush.ng labor down,
So I thought, with my pen,
I would talk to laboring men
Of a remedy that can easily be found.
This remedy at length,
By you. unite.i strength,
Will surety In the future sec yon through;
So, men, join hand in hand,
Each wui kinan of the land,
And in time jonM see what you can do.
You all know well the remedy,
Tis the great word “Unity;"
It made u Nation of tins great America;
So like those men of yore,
Let us bueish from our gliore
This money ruling power’s fearful sway.
Of the tail you an awate,
Thai you Uuv’ut your tull share’
Of ibe blessings 000 has gu- r o to all;
Ask • uly lor what’s right,
But nsamet wrong fiimly fight,
And you’ll see this money power fail.
You know that you can do it,
And I’m tun- youT never rue it,
So men rouse up am. make a noble stand;
Do not ;.ive- in an inch,
Bv uuu, and never fliucb,
And your rg.-tb as w or king men demand.
That money is the nile,
And ihe capitalists’ tool
To grind the honest workmen tithe dust;
But he in time will find
Tne workman is not uliud.
Ami no more wid t eat him witli distrust.
Yus, it is a ciriaiu fact
Tke nine has come io net—
For daily it is gelling Wor.e and worse,
So, men ol every clime,
I think it s nearly uuie
To ni tit amt: gin against this curse.
i lie poor on i very hand,
Thr ■ngin-ul Mils in gh' ■ 1. nJ,
Art workl m fin starvation wages, sure;
So, vvn km n, make a bleak,
T o- shack., a from you shake,
I’..i y.M.r rights are uulv ju-u ..mi pure.
ItOPLta eVmy low nor. .lays, '0
quo non Ui" truth e! anylhi n ihui i*
| gravely [nil for. ii" >* i-cieiiiltiu illß
| coveiy ; [>>ih i. a they bar 'he expo
ail" .| tirnir ,ivm i-t nr ratios; ami
ther ■! i no $-o I' gj I ti HO a wo
i ui.gi i ho be .( ell d to Hcem t,
w -re it hot t at Nai m e ha mam oi
ly implant, .i in each 1 cwiit fin bosom
*. ii tin . 11l I -oil. .I’le Ire I. us.’ y to de
imoli iitbeKeieiP.fi fai.tvaiaa of oth- 1
er Bill lbs slftlcraeu/ that 50 tens
of coal tt.Hv ht in a fog o r Lon
, dot. on a ;r g;<- .'ay, w y star- is even
the i uuible e.i Vers til ll.e fairy
. lUh of S j.'llC"
I ■■ . . v ‘
SnPIETY ll"a a.e oil I i blr
p,i i F ;. -i U loy.e a unlit
■ f la r in a i : ib.y MICUI " d ting
O. JARRETT & BRO.
Hats added to tkair Fnrniinrw Buri>*ss,
UNDERTAKING BRANCHES ’
They us tolly prepared to supply
Coffins, Caskets and Burial Coses, ;
Trimmed to tka FINEST STYLE for a great d*al leaa asoa*y than tk 1
•am* artiolaa are furaishad *l**wk*r* ia tka county. All anr Funra! 1
Furaitnra ia upkoUtarad in tke moat UsUful manner. W* kava racaatly
purokMad an ELEGANT HEARSE—tka finest in tka county—with -
▼kick va will deliver COFFINS, ato., purohaaad from u*, Fret 9/ Cfiarg* / ,
ttP Orders by ulagrapb pramptly oiled. fßapt 18-y
AT GOST! AT COST! i
SOMETHING FOR EVERYBODY 1
I am CLOSING OUT my entire stock of Heavy
ATCfST! AT COST! AT COST!
Oonsist.ng of Mens’, Boys’, Youth* and Children
Also Women*, Mias** and Children's
THIS IS IMPERATIVE ON MY PART AS I
MUST HAVE ROOM
FOU MY LARGE SPRING STOCK.
ONLY ONE CHANSE IN A LIFETIME!
Those wishing to secure
BARGAINS “JSBLT 1
MAIN STREET, FROSTBURG, MD.
Wonderful Inducements in I
si i ss ' j' ' c
WALTER EDWARDS, \
roi Front Building. Froothurg, Md
„ Uaellaueous Advertisements
A GOOD ONE-HORSE WAGON and
HARNESS; ala > a SADDLE and
BRIDLE. Wry cheap 1 Apply l<>
March 18 C. W. ODER.
wauled, t. aal: Ed-
HiiN I O Ison’s Musical Tel
ephone and Edlsou’i Ins'antane na Piano
and Organ Music. Inclose stamp fur at
alogno and tetma.
EDISON MUSIC COMPANY,
JanSl 8m Philadelphia, P.
J. BUHL. M. D*
FROST BURG, MB.,
nAS conflued Ids practice entirely to
the tieatmeut and cure of CON
SUMPTION and all diseases of the Respi
ratory system, and will positively attend
to no ether esses.
Office hours, dally from 0 to 11 n. m.
No books kept and cash required for
medicine. Cases treated by coi impen
Office at McNeill's Drug Store.
’ WALTER B. SPILL
Respectfully can the attention of
the citizens of Frostburg and vicin
ity to his large and handsome assort
To be fonnd in no other establishment in
town. His stock consists of iho Istest
American and Imported Attractions in
the way of
Alao a complate line of ALBUMS—
Photograph, Autograph and Floral.
Of every description (or Iho eseoitore;
WOOES entertaining and instructive;
School Books a specialty.
HUNDREDS OP NOTIONS.
Would also atk an inspections of my
PICTURES, fully believing that you will
purchase belure leaving.
Nuts. Fruits and Choice Confectionery
always on hand.
WALTER B. SPILL,
Main Street, Froatburg, Md.
Arun. Ist, 1879.
Recognizing the fact that the rslatiea
abip existing between the Counties a
Maryland and the City of Baltimore is
such that residents of the Counties hava
occasion to visit the City frequently dur
ing the year; in consideration of these
facts and the liberal patronage extended
tha “Maltby” in the part, I deem rt hnt a
mattei of Justice tha* some discrimination
should bo made in their favor. 1 have
Reducethe Price of Board to $2 a day
feeling confident that tbs same will hr tally
appreciated by thorn, and at the same time
merit and secure an increased .bars ol
their patronage. Assuring them that
nothing will be left undone that can add
totbelr comfort during their stay
Rooms without board, 76 cents and up
ward per dag. r HOGAN,Prop.
rTSUE following resolutions have bacn
L adopted as a guide for the miners and
laboring men of this coal region:
1. Revolted, That no miucr in the em
ploy of any Company in this region do
any day’s work underground lor less than
$3.30 per day, and any mao that mar bo
called to do any work may male* hia owa
contract, but in no case may ha to below
the standard of laborers’ wages at any
mine in which lie is employed; and in no
esse whatever shall cars be made up; and
in no case compulsion bo used
7. Ueso.ted, i hat one half cent per ton
for blacasmitbing on and aftet February
Ist 1880, be the standing price paid.
8. Resolved. That we restrict the hours
oi >abor to ten hours pur day as a standing
day's work, beginning at 7 a. u. and slop
ing at S p. m.
4. Resolved, That five ears be a standard
day’s work for two men.
ft. Besotted, That boys at the ago ef II
year* are entitled to a ha.f tarn, but thoy
shall come to the mine and claim said half
turn; and that the oldest rob of a widow
shall bo allowed a full turn at the discre
tion of a majoi ity of the men employed
at the mine where such cases may arise,
provided, the father died while in the em
ploy f said company.
8. Resolved, Tint a.I timber shall bo de
livered at the place of working.
7. Besotted, That toying up roads for
pillars and Umbering old places be done
by the day at $2.50 per day.
8. Besotted, That all heading work shall
bo 78 cents per ton, and ten cars for turn
ing off rooms paid at the same price.
5. Resolved, That wo, yaur employes*
(hall not msintniu any driver or laborer in
not performing ids duty f ithlub/.
10. Besotted, That wc shall not sustain
any recklessness or carelessness la the ua
struction of life and pr perty, for should
any be guilty ho shall throw himself llabl
to the discretion ol the boss and must suf
fer the consequences.
It. Resolved, 111111 we shall not maintain
any laborer who shall cease before bis time
Is up; and with rcsucct to the drivers, w
shall not maintain a y pulling up at half
pant tour if he sb< u.d be required to Disks
another trip if it should lake him to quarter
past five; or, in other words, give uu dsy
nud take tlu other.
13. Resolved. That should any oae ba
discharged it shall bo the duty oi any who
are able to take his p.acc until the cuss is
invest I gat cd.
13. lie-'olved, That nny man loading over
two tuns five upon a eai shall be skipped
one car for each offence.
14. Resolved, That 18 feet shall bo the
distar.ee to shovel coal buloru getting a
road laid up to (lie tx vatiou.
15. Resolved, That the companies shall
furnish .lie tools usually furnished for I'f
ging this coal.
18. Resolved, That the dila no far mins
era to run cars down their roon s lie iinit
ed lo 400 feet, and, for the first additional
100 lost, ho shall receive 6 cent* #r ton
Cgtr Over 500 leet, heading price lo be
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