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MINING JOURNAL.
FROSTBURG. Ml)., APRIL 30,1882.
The Mail is foiging along under
the Lalluc'nation that it has stirred
up the "eld boy" among the printers.
Several of its predecessors were
afflicted in like manner, and there is
no law against that style of fatality.
The steady and profitable employment
of tbe people should be the highest aim of
the government. — Woodbcny (Md.) Nnn.
All wiong. The growing idea of
"government” in some quarters is
that it should aid foreigners, brought
here for the purpose of robbing "the
people" of their "employment," to
commit that typo of wholesale lar
ceny in a highly respectable manner.
The Hagerstown Odd Fellow pub
lishes the probable menu of the ap
proaching reform banquet to governor
Hamilton. Unfortunately it omitted
the "Fricassee Uncivilized Turkey,
a la Boned literati of Cumberland
Nail, with General Utility Reform
Frostbitten Chow Chow." This ele
gant course should precede the "Eric
anJeau of Continental Derncd Green
Turtle, en Julius Osasar,” it al. in
profane history.
Tub situation in the Cumberland region
remains unchanged. Arrangements should
be made for a Board of Arbitration to set
tle differences, and establish a sliding
scale for the payment of wages in future.
If an equitable scale was adopted in all
the competing districts, all would bo
placed upon an equality, aud the differ
ences in the wages paid in the respective
districts would cease to be a source of
trouble. —Shenandoah (Pa) Mining Herald.
Such a plan, honestly conducted,
would undoubtedly give the miner
and company alike a fair show. But,
then, there is all the debatable de
tails before us of arranging an equita
ble scale, and, worse than that, the
companies are just now engaged in
an organized effort to disorganize the
miners. The sliding-scale era ap
pears to be a long way off.
No End of Fun.—The big end
men of the Cumberland Independent
and ditto Mail have gone into side
splitting humor “shore nuf.” Let
anybody read the following, if he ean,
without "busting his chist;”
The editor of the Frostburg Journal
has become suddenly rich. As he was
golug down Main street in that place,
Thursday, he found ten cents.
The incident is not remembered.
A duplicate of the story, however,
haa been sent to Hon. Giveadam
Jones, accompanied with the imagin
ary dime.
The sentence below bears the edito
rial trade-mark of the Cumberland
Mail:
We do not understand exactly what it is
to “feel realistic,” but wc know it must he
some kind of superlative, ecstatic, bnilinv
over, as it were, that poets and aesthetes
arc inclined to indulge in when they aie
at the craziest point.
Suppose the Independent had said—
“we do not understand how editors
can become sudJenly rich by finding
ten cents, but we know it must have
that effect, etc., when they are at the
ersziett point,” the natural conclu
sion would follow that the Indepen
dent had been rich without knowing
it, and the Mail had keen at its "cra
ziest point” without understanding
the geography of the locality.
Democratic politics in Maryland
are muddled. Mr. Gorman and gov
ernor Hamilton, it is reported, have
coalesced; likewise Messrs. Colton
and Whyte. Harsh words are going
between quondam friends, and a gen
eral showing-up is promised. A gcod
deal of this sort of feverish vituper
ation is to be injected into the Con
gressional ranes this fall, and no man
as yet knows (he end of it all.
As soon as it was learned that the
Valley Times had determined to ex
change Lonaconing for Cumberland,
and take in the Queen City an Oflice-
Lovicg-Democralic-Ropub!ioan posi
tion on the previous question, We
were satisfied the democratic planets
were in wicked aspect to the celes
tial influences. The trouble has
come, as supposed, and tho entire
Stale is stirred from mountain-top to
tide-water, reaching out, in fact, and
hugging the oyster navy.
But come what will, the Mail seams
to be all right. The peculiar compo
sition of that lively paper is adjusted
to meet and profit by any success
which may bless or disaster which
may curse either party. If (he head
wins, tbe tail will not kse ; if the tail
wins, the head profits therein.
Hence, it is a heartless sentiment
that sprightly but frequently inaccu
rate journal expressed the other day
with reference to tbe trouble its ap
pearance had caused up here in
Frostburg. Thera is no trouble here.
Each predecessor of the Mail on
both sides of the fence was similarly
inspired. Indeed, wo have long ago
become accustomed to propitious ut
terances from the two cardinal points
of the newspaper compass re| resented
in the Mail office. So ill it there is
not and cannot beany trouble here
over tbe Mail's phenomenally f ro
photic success, <
Some fellow writes to the Mail up
braiding democratic party manage
ment last fall. One would think he
belonged to that circumspect crowd
called 0. L. D'a, were it not that he
signs himself "Hot an 0. L. D.”
Poor Biluria Bulkins was never mar
ried, but she came so near it that she
was the mother of a little boy.
CORRESPONDENCE
THE CLERKS WAN7' A REST.
Frostburg, Md , April 27,1882.
To tho Mining Journal:
The salesmen of Frostburg, seeing a
long fealt want, deem it necessary to
try and remedy it. Tho workingmen
of this region have adopted ten hours
as a day's work, and we as a class have
to work from fifteen to sixteen
hours daily. Wo think it time that
this should be stopped. We have
made the attempt several times and
failed, and now respectfully ask our
employers and the public to support
us in trying to get our rights. Every
oitizou should enjoy a fair day’s pay
for a fair day’s work. We also aik a
meeting of the clerks of Frostburg,
Monday evening next at Joseph Bear's
store at 81 o'clock, to take action
and try to be men, not blacklegs, as
we now are. Hoping wo will receive
the support of many friends, we are
in tbe cause. Many Clerks.
A COUNTRY OF GREAT ENTER
PRISES.
Denver, Col., April 22, 1882.
To tbe Mining Journal:
The population of Colorado has now
reached about two hundred and fifty
thousand but it represents and sup
ports a very much larger number of
people. A mining town in the
mountains with three hundred per
sons will probably not include over a
score of ladies or a dozen childien.
The miner's family is east. Only in
Denver is there the ordinary propor
tion of women and little people.
Hence the general reader will belittle
surprised at the great amount of cap
ital invested in Colorado, the magni
tude af its mining interests, and the
extent of its railways. This State
haa as ample railway facilities as
lowa, while the latter has seven times
the population.
But it is not alcno in mining and
railway enterprises that Colorado is
large. The State is great in all its
plans to provide food for its constant
ly increasing number of people. Re
frigerator cats were invented in Den
ver, and a thousand of these are now
on the track. They are filled iu Cal
ifornia with tbe choicest fruits aud
vegetables, sealed up air-tight, and
opened in Denver as fresh and sweet
as when they left the garduer’s liardr.
Gigantic canals are constructed to ir
rigate (he dry land of Colorado ; tor
these apparently sterile and worthless
acres only need water at the right
t'me to make them more productive
than the black loom of Illinois.
Tho grandest of tho irrigating en
terprises is nearly ready to reclaim a
vast area mat Denver. A canal was
begun nearly two years ago and tc
construct tho tunnel at Plalto Cauo u
through which the water is first ob
tained a double force of men we.e
kept employed night and day for a
year and a-half. After this these
human beavers constructed a lluii.e
3,000 feet long, 36 feet w.de, 7 let t
deep, and employed plunk 3 to 0
inches thick .er bottom and sales.
Then followed the earthwork cf the
canal proper, which extends sixty-cue
miles in one main channel, then it
separates into two branches and runs
twenty-one miles further. A good
sized schooner couid sail in this trti
ficul stream, for it is forty-five feet
wide and carries six and a-haif feet
depth of water. A hall raillicnacies
of land will he fed by tii.c canal.
The county cf Arapahoe, in which
Denver is situated, will, by means of
this stream, be transferred into gar
dens and orchards, yielding enough
not only to supply the sixty thousand
inhabitants of Denver bat to fianish
half tbe State besides.
On a similar scale is the National
Mining end Industrial Exposition to
be held at Denver in August next.
It seems strange that the youngest
S:ate in the Un.on should attempt an
enterprise which any of the older
communities would long hesitate to
carry. But Colorado is, as regards
natural resources, tho richest S.ute in
the Union and hot - citizens are de
termined that the tacts shall be made
known in order to encjurage immi
gration and secure the investment of
additional capital. She kits more
iron and coal than Pennsylvania, and
hence it seems absurd to her people
that they should haul the commoueat
articles of ironware filteen hundred
miles and neglect the means lying
within her own soil. The same
thought applies to porcelain, glass,
cement, copper and lead manufac
tures, aud a thousand ether things.
Colorado's citizens believe that with
in ten years they will ship more mau-
I ufaotured goods down the slopes of the
mountain than ever ascended her lofiy
hills.
With all these largo enterprises in
hand, Colorado is wisely perfecting a
magnificent, school system, and ex
tending her religious and reformatory
institutions. With her most health
ful atmosphere under the sun to add
to her attractions, wiry should not the
Centennial Stale prosper? w. I. A.
GENERAL ITEMS.
The Distinguishing Charm.—A
delightful fragrance of freshly gather
ed flowers and spices is the distin
guishing charm of Floreston Cologne.
A largely a'tetided meeting of
journeymen house-painters of Phila
delphia, Saturday alternoon, termed
an organization with a view to mak
ing an early demand for an increase
in wages.
Election. —The Atlantic and
George's Creek consolidation coal
company of Baltimore city, Friday
elected lire following board of direc
tors. Simon Rosenhurg, Milton M.
Wheat, EJward S. Myers, Philip
Hamburger, Bail ip Josephs, Charles
D. Blake and Louis Adler. The hoard
will organize at an early day and
elect a president.
The Harmony Mills, at Cohoes, N.
¥., closed Monday, a body of police
being on duty in the vicinity. The
mills form a group of six factories,
coveting 200 acres of ground and em
ploying 3,500 girls. They contain
7,0u0 loans, 325,000 spindles, lave a
motive power equal to 3,700 horse
power, and consume 400,000 pounds
of cotton a week.
Jumped with the Receipts—Mr.
Sproul, tire exhibitor of tho “be.ir
man,” had a varied experience the
past few days. While on a visit to
Keysor he fell bis pocket-book, con
taiumg $250, under the pillow of his
bed, and never discovered his loss
until be reached Cumberland. Mr.
Moran, tbe hotel proprietor at Key
ser, restored the money all right ;
but, in tho meantime, Mr. Sproul'a
agent and door-keeper "jumped the
town” with the receipts ot Saturday
afternoon aud night, amounting to
about $35. —Cumberland Mail,
Many attempts are being made to
account tor the present epidemic ot
labor strikes. Tlrero are causes lor it
bulb immediate aud remote. The
rmmed.ale cause ia that the interests
ot tho laborer are not consulted. He
is regarded merely as the means by
which immense dividends can bo
secured to the meu tor whom Le
Work.!. There is a constant, growing
attempt to place him in tho same
category as the machinery ho assists
in operating ; to economize him to that
point where he will yield tho greatest
retains at tho smallest expense. Tnis
cuu be dune only by eliminating the
manhood of men and reducing them
to automatons. — Exchange.
Road to be Built—lt is current
ly reported that Blaine,
Gen. Tom. Ewing, of Ohio, and Sena
tor Davis, of West Virginia, have
formed a syndicate to purchase tho
proposed Washington aid Ohio rail
road. This read was chartered and
incorporated some years since, and
tho line, which has only been partial
ly located, runs from Alexandria, Va.,
to Winchester, where it connects with
the Manassas Gap and other roads,
reaching the seaboard, and thence to
Mcorefield, Hardy county, West Vir
ginia, and through Pendleton, Tuck
er, Randolph, Ushur, Lewis, Gilmo:e,
Calhoun, Roane and Jackson .striking
the Ohio river at or near Ripley.
It is not supposed, however, that
tho entire lino will be at once at
tempted. It is well known that the
gentlemen above named aro now
con Truoting the West Virginia Cen
tra! from Piedmont to Fairfax Stone,
where Pendleton. Tucker and Pres
ton counties join. They have made
large purchases of coal and mineral
lands along this line,. aud on to
Moorelield, in Hardy county.
A DDII ION A L LO CA LS.
Several articles crowded out,
“Wanted a Drink.”—Some per
sons broke into the cellar under Sey
mour &Co’s salocn Wednesday night
and it is supposed after filling them
selves with whiskey turned Ilia spigot
cf tho barrel, allowing tho contents
to run on tho floor. The junior mem
ber of the firm wants to interview
the rascals if they will show up.
We were about to inquire for the
whereabouts cf the Vale Summit post
office. The News antioipates us by
saying it has been abandoned, tho
postmaster and department being un
able to agree as to the mode of sup
ply. In consequence, the Mine In
spector’s eastern mail will only have
to be hauled to Cumberland where,
tho News tays, "his headquarters”
have gravitated.
Transfers of Real Estate.—
The following transfers aro noted as
filed during the week:
Robert Green and wile to John Patter
son, property iu Moscow, SIBO.
David Percy and wife to George Spier,
property iu Lonaconing, $750,
Lloyd Lowi dcs and others to James W.
Wilson and others, properly In Rawlings’
district, for religious services, considera
tion nominal.
Francis Cosgrove to Jane Cosgrove,
property In Frostburg, consideration nom.
Inal.
W. M. Price, trustee, to .1. H. Metzger,
lot 11, block 8, Frost’s Hairs’ addition to
Frostburg.
Jair.cs H. Percy, surviving executor, to
Annie Frey, property in Frostburg, $1,500.
W. Brace, trustee, to W. H. Koch, lots
7 and 8, Neff farm, Eckhart mines, $lB5.
PREPARING FOR DECORATION Day. !
Thobnrn Post, No. 21, Q. A. R., is |
making preparations for the observ- 1
anco of Decoration Day, May 30lh, |
and desire the relatives or fiiends of
all deceased soldiers to furnish tie
committee with names, company, reg- j
iment and place of burial; and assist
in finding the graves of these not |
marked. The committee are Messrs.
Thomas Hill, Enoch Olice, 0. 11.
Walker, George Hammond, Alfred
Oiine and Thomas Men is. This will
be the first observance of Decoration
Day in Frostburg, as the Post was
only organized last September. The
exercises will be very interesting.
Large or small contributions of flow
ers are requested and will be thank
fully received by Mr. George Ham
mond at Eokhart mines, or may bo
left with the committee at Odd Fel
lows Hall, Water street, on morning
of Decoration Day.
Piscatorial.—Mr. Richard Haw
kins caught in the Potomac one day
this week a bass weighing 5 pounds
and 2 ounces. It was also 22 inches
long and 3 inches across the back.
Mr. Levi B. Albright returned
home yesterday from a three days’
fishing trip to South Branch.
Removals. —Mr. Jerry Plummer
has removed to near Flintstone, this
county, and J. P. Clice, Esq., to
Ocean mines.
Miscellaneous Advertisements.
FOR RENT.
A 1> KSIItA IS 1, E lIOUIE.
XX Apply to
April 1 FRANK C.-HEALL.
Property for Sale.
/ HOUSES AND LOTS in Frostburg
0 for sale—-CHE API Must he sold !
Feb 18—1( JAMES KANE, Agent.
x BLACKSMITHS
jrS Scud for
JSKL Circular and Prices
IJS | Cheapest Bench Drill
SgjL-. In the world. Hundreds in
cSSS* use. Address,
Scncca Tool Works,
Jan2B-Gm Dundee, N. Y.
"oPMJAte'
>.\A IJ// yy Gentle, yet effective,
—• united witli Healing
Balsam, render COL
"ZSX LINS’ VOLTAIC
X ELECTRIC PLAS
* TrUiS one hundred
J times superior to all
plasters for every Pain, Weakness and In
llnmmalion. Price 25 cents. Sold every
where. [April 1-lm
ANNUAL MEETING.
- I HIE ANNUAL MEETING of the
I Stockholders ol the THOMAS MIN
ING COMPANY will he lieU at the
St, Cloud Hotel, Frostburg, Md.,
MONDAY, MAY 1, 1882, AT 3 P. M
By order JOS. B. THOMAS,
Anr 15 8t President.
The Annual Meeting
' of the STOCKHOLDERS ok the
FroHlkurß' (Insliglil Pompuii)'
T?OR the ELECTION OF OFFICERS
r AND DIRECTORS to serve for the
ensuing year, will be held in the Council
Chaml or—
May 9,1332, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
Polls will remain open one hour.
CHAS. A. GREENE,
April 32—3 t Secretary,
W. S. BURTON,
Artistic Painter,
C JVCIlsriE PI,
Slainci’.Grainer.raperllanger, Glazier
r AM now prepared to do all kinds of
Painting, Graining, Staining, Kalso
mining. Paper Hanging and Glazing in a
first class manner and at. prices that will
please. W. S. BURTON,
Apr 33-lm Frostburg, Md.
( (,'iir slums Goods,
Buy Your j....
J ( Christn as Gifts,
BUY YOUR Bridal Present* of
W. F. A. WOODCOCK,
QU BALTIMORE ST., Cumberland,
Oi) Aid., next door to 3d National Hank.
Watelies, Jwwclry, Silverware,
Neeklaers. Kings, Ac,
A Magnificent Slock!
LO W PRIC ES !
Please call early and avoid Ihe
rush. [Deo 10 —4m
LICENSES.
N OTICE is hereby given to all peisons
or Indies, corporate or politic, who
may he required to take out
MCESSES,
that they nutiil obtain the same, or renew
shine on or before the
FIRST DAY OF MAY, 1883.
According to the provisions of Hie Code
of Pubic General Laws of Maryland,
every person or persons doing business lor
gain in' pn (it, except Hie maker, grower
or manufiiLtuter, are hereby notified that
they must take out a license.
J. \V. SHUCK,
Apr 15-td Sheriff of Allegany County.
THOMAS’
Boot, Shoe, Hat and Cap
EMPORIUM.
The Latest Novelties in
Boots and Shoes
ore now displayed on mv counters. Every
style of OEXTI.EIWE.VN HATS
AM) <;A PN AT LOW PRICES.
I also keep constantly on hand a large
supply of l.t-ailior and Slioe I'ind
ing*. An inspection of my stock before
purchasing is requested.
TRUCKS A SPECIALTY.
WILLIAM THOMAS,
Alain street, frostburg, Md.
tS?*Ageul for the Peerless Remington
Sewing Machine. [May 7-tf
Miscellaneous Advertisements.
ALLEGANYCOTXTY
Treasurer’s Report
For the Quarter Ending April 8, I*B2.
RECEIPTS.
Cash Balance $28,502 95
Taxes collected.
Collector Ist District;
J. N. M. Hendrickson,
1880 07 01
J. N.M Hendrickson,
1881 1,248 00
Collector 2d District,
A. M Rush, 1881 9,320 47
Collector 3d District;
N S. Frost, 1880 21 40
“ “ 1881 8,127 43
Collector llh District:
P. Mullen, 1881 5,713 9!)
Interest received .... 103 ?9
Outside pensioners... 300 00
For account ol Contingent Fund.
Road approa'n irans’d 1 000 00
For acc’t ol "dog lax". 17 10
Discounts allow ed.,.. 4,850 08
$54,270 07
PAYMENTS.
Roads.
Road Levy 1,090 50
“ Appropriations.. 4,200 00
“ Expenses 10 45
Circuit Court.
Attorneys’ tees. 107 47
Magistrates’ fees 17 90
Com tables’ fees 94 40
Jury and witness fund. 3,425 00
Court expenses 87 10
Jail expenses 98 05
Orphans'court 321 00
Inquests 10 37
Public Chanties.
Almshouse 1,395 OS
Outside pensioners.... 330 00
Sundry charities 08 50
Prhlic schools 17,500 00
Elections.
Election expenses 40 92
Scalps 8 !Ml
Court house and jail fnd 945 00
Mis-eilancous 49 9 7
Collectois' commissions 207 32
Contingent fund 8,003 03
Hawks, Ac 19 35
Cash 15,033, 01
$54,379 07
D. ANNAN,
Treasurer Allegany County, Md.
Financial Condition of Allegany County.
APRIL 8,1883.
RESOURCES.
Taxes not collected.
Collector Ist District:
J. N. AI. Hendrickson,
1880 ; 458 90
J. N. M. Hendrickson,
1881 3,173 57
$ 3,82 053
Collector 2d District;
J. B. Humbird, 1878. . 1,040 Oi
“ “ 1879... 1,140 31
A. AI. Rush, 1831 1,882 10
Collector 3d District:
N. S. Frost 1880 73 75
“ “ 1881 10,043 75
Collector 4th District:
P. Mullen, 1880 2 070 08
" “ 1881 2,057 37
Outside pensions 290 50
Cash 15,032 01 1
]
$38,075 10
liabilities.
Roads.
Road Levy 7,134 30
“ appropriations.. 304 00
“ balances 70 20
“ expenses 83 08
Circuit Court.
All orncys’fees 10 07
Const abb s' fees 98 79
Jury and witness fund 8,373 50
Court expenses 43 74
Removed cr es 1 00
Orphans’ Court 287 00
Inquests 451 45
I üblic Charities.
Almshouse 013 35
Sunili y charities 15 00
Public schools 8,700 00
Elections.
Registration officers. 45 00
Eliclion expenses... 133 04
Scalps • _ 107 70
Court House and Jail fund, 0,500 00
Taxes paid In error.. 21 83
Sped i appropriations 500 00
Miscellaneous 71 74
Collectois’■ ommisbions 1,953 30
Contingent fuid 7,323 21
Interest received.... 1 (14 43
Dog lax 40 21
Hawks, etc 5 30
$38,075 10
COURT HOUSE AND JAIL FUND.
Balance hist report.. $ 7,415 00
Payments 945 00
Balance 0,500 00
BONDED INDEBTEDNESS.
Court House and Jail 11 ml:
Amount aiithoi izcil. .$85,000 00
“ | aid ami cancelled 15,000 00
“ outstanding 40,000 00
COLLECTORS’ ACCOUNTS.
Ain’t paid Bui. due.
J. N. AI. Hendrick
son, 1880... 07 01 458 9(1
J.N.M. Hendrick -
s „n 1881... 1,248 00 3,173 57
J. B. Humbird, 18:8... 1,040 04
- - 1879... 1,140 31
A.AI Rush, 1881...9830 47 1,883 10
N. S Frost, 1880.., 21 40 73 75
" 1881...8,127 43 10,048 75
P Mullen, 1880... 3,070 08
■> “ 1881...5,713 29 2,057 37
$19,508 05 $22,153 59
D AN '•AN,
Treasurer Allegany County
Apr 22 |
FURNITURE * FURNITURE!
E HE PLACE TO HUY FURNITURE AT A BARGAIN IS AT THE NEW
i ESTABLISHMENT OF
Cg B|gnWP| MAIN STREET,
a I* ■ si alj SedayOpposilc M. Windmill's Clothing House.
Wnlnut, Poplar ami Cherry Chamber Suits. A magnificent Display of Hand- i
pome Parlor, Diningroom, Bedroom ami Hall Furniture. Cabinet Malting in ail it 3
tranches.
■ I would call your atlentioa to my
f $Si UiHlPi'takiiiS; Department.
Molnllc, Walnut mid Rnsoword Onskc's 1
nn<l Coffins Burl 1 K..b.and Shrouds of nil
descriptions alwaj-s on hand. y\ r 1
ftpnfMaryland and a* all tuner Is I attend person- j
I /fVwy V/Vf£, alv therein- roll- vlmr the relatives of Bio do- i
censed of all trouble in the premises.#
Call and inspect my slock and got low prices for whut yon want. I
Mur 4-tt C- F. iVICKFiIi
.Mlm<tlluii* > uiik Advertisement!).
Dr. A. B.'PRICE
\\ T ILL REMOVE, A Mill, art, to
' Uic Clary Hoime, next door to
St. Michael's Catholic Cliurcli. [Apl 1-lm
Fine Dentistry.
DR. L. B. WILSON’S '
NEW SYS I EM OF EXTRACTING
TEETH WITHOUT PAIN,
No. 17 North Liberty Street, i
CUMBERLAND, Mil.
BEAUTIFUL and durable opt rations on
Natural Teeth. Bud hrcalli cured. 1
Artificial Teeth inserted without covering
the entire palate. Light, natural and com- |
fif)aide artificial appliances fer sunken
cheeks, and facial dePumi ies. Old h ose I
and broken sels repaired while wailing. |
OiTlceopen every night until 10 o’clock. |
Fifteen years of practical experience j
and a graduate of the Haiti mote College o!
Dental Surgery. Febll y
PAUL’S OPERA HOUSE
-SSO
VlflLL ho paid for evidence that will
V T lead to the arrest and conviction of
the person or persons who cut holes in the
roof of my Opera House.
-*SO m:u Aiti>-
Will be paid lor evidence that will lead lo
the arrest and conviction of the person or
I ersons who broke open the doors iu
Auditorium.
-S3O REWAItD
Will ho paid for evidence Hint will lead to
the arrest and conviction of person or per
sons who hereafter deface or injure the
property above named.
April I—2tn TUOS. 11 PAUL.
IHI® 1882
Canard Steamship Co.,
LIMITED, ,
i OETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIV-
I 1 JERPOOL, calling at Queenstown each
i way. Proposed sailings IVom Pier 40,
I North River, New Y’ork:
j Scythia Wednesday Apr. 19
Bothnia “ “20
Catalonia “ May 3
Gallia “ “ 10
Servia “ “17
Scythia “ “34
Bothnia " “31
Catalonia “ Juno 7
Gallia “ “14
Servia “ “ 31
Scythia “ “ 88
Bothnia “ July 5
Catalonia “ “13
Gallia “ “10
Servia “ “ 30
Scythia “ Aug. 8
Bothnia “ 9
Culiin passage,sßo and SIOO geld ;
Storage, 838.
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May 7 — t.f
OBOE at N ISI,
Cuilin M. Graham and '| No. 3229 Equity,
Sarah Wright I In the
v*. j Circuit Court for
Robot t Burnell J Allegany County
/'VRDEREI), Tl.ia litis day ol April,
1882, by tile Circuit Court for Alle
gany county as a Court of Equity, that
the sale made and reported by Curtin M.
Graham and Sarah Wright, mortgagees,
iu this case he ratified and confirmed un
le;s cause to the contrary ho shown on or
before the 20lh day of May next; provi
ded atopy of this order lie mse led in
some newspaper published in Allegany
county one , in each i f three successive
W(tks hefote the loth day of May next.
Tlie repot I stales I lie amount of sale to
bo S2OO. THEO. LUMAN,
Apr i-rfl Clerk.
OltllEK Nlßl.
Curtin M. Graham and | No. 8230 Equity,
Sarah Wright I In the
w. ( Chcuil Court for
Frederick Rowe. J Allegany Coul’y
/ iRDKREI), Tills lllli day of April,
V ' 1882, by the Circuit Court for Alle
gany county, as a Court of Equity, Hint
the sale made and reported by Curtin
31 Graham and Parali Wright, mortgagees,
in this case bo ratified and confirmed unless
cause to the contrary be shown on or before
the 20th day of May next; provided,a
copy of this order Re inserted in some
newspaper published in Allegany county
once in each of three successive weeks
before Hie loth day of May next.
The report stales the amount of sale to
be 1800.00. THEO. LUMAN,
Apr 15-8 t Clerk.
OKBEIt MINI.
Curtin M. Graham and 3 w> , ~
Sarah Wright, | lhe l7 '
Ed-,vatd MJDavtes and j
Charlotte Davies J Alle ' u ‘i' Cou " F
/"ORDERED, This IIHi day of April,
V,° 1882, by the Circuit Court for Alle
gany County as a Court cl Equity, ti nt
the sale made and reported by Curtain M.
Graham and t-ainli Wright, n ortgagecs, in
tlds c iso ho ratified and confirmed unless
canto lo the contrary he shown on or
before the 20th Jay of May next; provided
a copy of tins order he inserted in some
newspaper published in Allegany County
once In each of three successive weeks
before the loth day of May next.
The repot t states the amount of rale to
he $550. THEO. LUMAN,
True Copy— Clerk.
Test: Tueo. Lumas, Clerk.
Apr 10-3 t
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BY
Benson’s Capcine
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First.
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* Second, *
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Third.
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Fourth*
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j other remedies will not even relieve.
Fifth*
I Because over COCO physicians and druggists haro
i voluntarily testified that they aro superior to all
, other plasters or medicines lor external use,
Sixth*
Because tho manufacturers havo receivedtha
only medals ever given for porous plasters.
teotfs Cape Parens Plaster!
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Manufacturing Chemists, Now York.
fl KIGICL: UOII2D VAT IiAMT. P: in- WclS,
A MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PIASTER*
April 1-y

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