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Building TERMS OK SUBSCHII’TION : One Copy, one year, iu advance $ 15' “ * ‘ aix mouth*. “ 75 I'roHtburg. August 1883. The population of this county is 38,012. The poem of “J. R.” will appear in our next issue. Peughtful rains Wednesday— Collector Smeltz happy. Summer visitors are r rolonging their stay so as to spend the fall months in the mountains. Buckwheat fields now beautify Iho rural landscape. The crop will be abundant, and the pancake lovers re joice. Married.—On August 6 ,1882, at Comp'e Ohuroh, Somerset county, Fa., by Rev. B. Knepper, Mr. W. K. Folk to Mise M. J. Looston, both of Alle gany county, Md, In Louaconing, Wednesday, August 23, 1882, by Rev. D. H. King, Mr. Thomas Connor and Miss Janet Jones, both of the above place, Registration.—Tl.e August sit ting of the registrars ended last Sat urday. In the 12th district 119 names were added, and in the 11th 125. The following tables show the ! full number registered at both sittings: District No. 11, (Fuostbcro.) July sitting 528 August sitting 135 Total 068 District No. 12, (East Fuostbcro.) July sitting 291 August sitting 119 Total 410 Below are the names of the voters registered at the last sitting : District No. 11. A Alexander, Augus’ue Anderson, Thomas B Beall, Richard Burton, William Bnrtou, Jesse Beckman, Lewis Bradley, William Brady. Darby Bone, John A Barnard, Nolley Brode, Conrad C Biddioglon, Thomas Britt, Charles C Boettucr, Henry M Barnard, James U Bone, John Bird, (col) Charles Baker, Conrad Bepler, William II Barlolon, Angelo Baker, Arthur C Carney, Andrew Cosgrove, John Chancy, John C Crow, Frederick Cessna, Jonathan S Cosgrove, James Conrad, John 11 Canoll, Joseph A I) Davis, John (.lackey) Davis, William II Donohue, William Davis, Khenezer Davis, John DcWilt, Alex. W Davis, William K Duncan, Robert E Engle, jr, William Eislor, Oeorgo Either, Deter Kagan, Edward F Frost, Nathan S Folk, Frisky F Folk, Charles W 0 Grabamc, Thomas J Gunnell, George II Hitching, Adam E Huston, Joseph Hill, David T Hamilton, William Hager, John Htlchins, Joseph II Humherstou, George Hocking, George 11 Hocking, Alex. W Hansel, John W J Junes, Uriah Jackson, Samuel Jarrell, Orlando K Kinney, James Kreiling, William A King, (col) Simon Keedv, George M L Largent, Arthur B Lewis, Edward Lcatham, Charles il McKenzie,Tliorut. PMnllooly, Patrick Mears, Samuel T McCaughan, James Mason, Joseph Mason, Thomas G Muir, Michael McCaughan, Aich. F Morgan, William I) Miller, Jacob E McCulloh, William G N Nelson, Stewart 0 Oder, J. Benson Ort, Benjamin r Porter, Samuel S Pollock, William Price, Thomas Porter, George T Plummer, John T Phillips, John M Poland, Moses Percy, Wm R 11 Reese, Morgan Race, Justus Ruld, John Robinson, Uriah S Shields, James Spier, John Smith, David K Saurbaugh, John W Sauibaugh, John C Stewart, Archibald Stevens, George W Steel, Jacvb Sloan, David Set her, Conrad Smith, John Scliaub, Henry Spates, Francis Smith, John M - T Thomas, William Tharp, Vanincer Tipping, John Thrasher, Jacob Tipping, James TV Williams, Henry Willison, Amos Winner, William Wtnlt, Philip Winelaiul, Marx Winter, Owen Winebreuner, Wm S Wade, Charles II Wincbrenncr, John Wilson, James II Williams, Gwillym Williams, Taliesin W ilson, William 7. Zais, Frederick John L. Porter, Registrar. district no. 13. A Arnold, Jesse J Adkins, Samuel Alexander, Fianklm IS Blubaugii, John W Barnes, Wm II Barber, Allen Bennett. Wm Bebop, Samuel Blake, Thomas Banc, Horace H Balien, Cornelius Bowen, Wm Bussard, Daniel W Deaird, jr, Wm B V Clise, James K Cook, George W Clise, Wm Cord.al, Peter J Carter, John II Cline, Alfred Chaney, Graham Connor, Charles Condon, Michael D Durkin, Patrick Drum, John • Delaney, Patrick Delaney, Wm Davis, James L Drum, Johu F DeMoss, Charles F Davis, Jolm M Daudo, Wm Daudo, Oweu 12 Evans, Wm II Egan, Edward F Finn, James Fatkin, Thomas Fagan, BarlbolomowFuuleu, John II a Gunnell, Madison Ounnett, Tlieodero Griffiths, Thomas Gunning, James 11 Higgins, Michael Henry, Charles Healy, Jolm Higgins, Patrick Hawthorn, Levi Higgins, Thomas J Hawthorn, Steel Henry, James N , Hanna, Janus P Ungues, Robert Johnson, (col) Charles A' Kallmyer, August Kohl, George Kohl, Henry Kirby, John Katie, George M Kallmyer, Lea is A L Leake, Jolm Lour, Wesley Luvell, Martin Lo.ir, John Lee, Maurice Logs lor, Samuel T ! Lewis, Win I -K McMahon. Francis J Mitchell, Frederick Murphy. Janus McGan, (1) Patrick Mallen, Michael Martin, John ! Martin, Thomas E McMahon, James i McGan, (2) Patrick McGan, John P McAllister, Jolm P Morgan. John McGuire, Hugh Morris, Thomas N Nelson, Wm 1 0 • Orton, Isaiah O’Mally, Thomas F -1 OTlarra, Dennis •I P Price, Owen Powell, Howell I Powell, David II Paul, Alexander II Pfeiffer, Phillip Paul, George C Ji r | Ratclllfe, Johnathan Ross, James H i Reese, John D Rourkc, Michael 1 Rafferty, Barnaul Rourke, Patrick 8 Siapliton, Thomas Smith, Alexander Sleeman, Wm Slerman, Tuomas Stevens, Oliver Smith. Lewis Savris, George W Simons, Wm R Smith, Jolm r Thompson, James Thompson,Andrew P Thomas, Samuel P Thompson, Johu F TV Weinberg, Henry Winter, Robert F Winter, Jacob Wegtimu, Henry W Worusley, Joseph Wingfield, Jolm Welgic, John F r Yates, John W 7. Zilk, John Georoe H. Arnold, Registrar. Personal. Mrs. Holbrook and daughters, of lowa, are guests of Mrs. Kern on Broadway. Miss Julia Burke, of Pittsburg, is spending the latter part of the sea son with Miss Maggie Hansel), near town. Owen N. Evans is in town with his family visiting relatives. William T. Russell, of Baltimore, is visiting friends in this place. Capt. Richard Dunn and wife, of Baltimore, wore the guests of Dr. J. M. Porter several days this week. Misses Sophie Hoizshu and Maggie Reuschiein, two of Cumberland's fas cinating belies, are stopping at Miss Lavir.ia Heintz's. Mrs. Casteel and Mrs. Newson, of Oakland, have spont the week with Mrs. Elien Casteel, of this place. Georges Creek Coal— Weekly Statistics of Shipments. —The record of shipments from the mines of the Georges Creek coal region for the week ending Saturday, August 19th, 1882, closed as follows : Total tons for week 18,004 “ “ “ year 609,779 Decrease over corresponding pe riod last year 704,678 Total tons to B. & O R. for week 11,090 “ “ “ “ “ year 505,111 Decrease over corresponding per iod lust year 449,079 Total tons to C.& O Canal lor week 1,914 “ “ “ “ “ year. 25,995 Decrease over corresponding per iod last year 343,185 Total tons to Pa. R. for week.... “ “ “ “ “ year 74,842 Decrease over corresponding per iod last year 72,868 TotitVlons shipped over C. & P. R. for week 4,570 Over same for year 395,468 Heaviest shippers last week— 1, W. Va. Central, .tons 7,968 2, Consolidation .. “ 4,570 3, Piedmont C.&I “ 407 Three theories prevail concerning the origin of the burning Astor mine : 1. The companies believe the fire was introduced into the Astor mine by tlie “striking miners.’' In proof, it is cited that a number ol pillars, one ninety feet thick, intervene be tween its present location and Spruce Hill. 2. A majority of miners, familiar with the mine and its ramifications, believe it a continuation of the Spruce Hill fire. In proof, the old workings of Astor mine connect with Spruce Hill, and that by obtaining air and gaining sulphurous beatings through old headings, etc., its progress has sheen swifter than was otsei vable dur ing a long period of complete suspen sion. 3. A minority of miuers, observing the habits of the police guard, believe that the lire resulted from careless lighting of a pips or cigar; that the suddenness of its development so near them suggests that the falling of a lighted match in the straw might have started the tiame which drove the guards out, meanwhile igniting the coal. The State Teachers' Associa tion will meet in Cumberland on the 29th, 30th and Slat insts. The fol lowing programme of exercises has been issued: Tuesday, August 29, 8 p. m,— Music— Cumhu'iand Orchestra. Address of Welcome— Hen. Henry W. Hoffman, ol Cumberland. Reply —Prof. Francis A. Soper, of Haiti more City College. Music— Cumberland Orchestra. A duress— Hon. J. Randolph Tucker, of Virginia. Wednesday, August 80, 9 a. m.—Ad dress by the President— Piof. A. Q. Harley, Sr., of Centerville. Reports of Committees and Discussions thereon. Miscellaneous Business. 3 o'clock p. m.— Address —Hon. Allen Bowie Davis, of Montgomery County. Reports of Committees ami Discussions thereon. Misctlliincocs Business. 8 o’clock p. m.— Music —Cumberland Orchestra. Address— Hon. J. H. Gordon, of Cum berland. Music-- Cumberland Orchestra. Litmiry Entertainment— Conducted by Miss Alic* McMich icl, ot Cumberland. Thursday, August 31, 9 a. m.— Order of Businas. Reports of Committees and Discussions the i con. Miscellaneous Business. 8 o’clock p h.— Unfinished and Miscel laneous business. Election of Officers. Adjournment. All exercises with open doors and a gen eral invitation is extended to the public. Teaohais will be entertained in Cumberland at the St. Nicholas, the St. James, and the Washington House | for one dollar, and at the Queen City 1 for two dollars a day. j Tue Situation —Th> break mad ■ ' at Lor aconing last wet k Ly a number of Georges Creek coal and iron and New Central men met with a check Monday morning in the presence at Louaconing of an immense crowd of miners from various localities along the creek. Meanwhile a meeting of the district committee had been called in Frost burg to take action upon the pressure brought to bear by the break. This meeting was accordingly held, and the following telegraphic correspond ence ensued : Phostuuro, August 21. S. S, I.ee —l am authorized by the miners to request another meeting. They have a coumiiltce of live appointed who are au thorized to settle the strike. Wire back immediately when and where between Cumberland and Piedmont you will meet. R. D. Rues. liAt.Tt.MonK, August 23. It. I). Hett —Vour telegram of last even ing received. Everything connected with the subject was fully discussed at the meeting on Tuesday, and as no good can rosiut fiom a further conference, we there fore decline meeting your committee. S. 8,-Lbk. The announcement below was then adopted, piinted and posted : Notice —To All Whom It May Concern — On Thursday, August 24th, 1883, we, the . undersigned, have decided to resume work All parties are notified to apply at their respective places of working at 7. m. for their tools. [August 22,1882] K.ofL. A number of men visited the mines of the Consolidation company Thurs day morning. Excepting at Eckhari ami Hoffman, no officials were pres ent. At these places the men were | told in effect that no instructions touching the matter had been receiv ed fiom headquarters. At Mr. Thomas’ residence, it is reported, an agreement was subsequently spoken of as likely to be made a pre-requisite ( to employment. Its nature Lao not transpired, but it is supposed to be an iron-clad. Reports from other quart ers indicate that the binding procsss is not concerted between the com panies. j Down the creek similar responses have met applications for work. —Since the above was written it ia understood that the agreement spoken of concerns leases of company houses. Quite a largo number of meu were unable yesterday to work in the Shaft, i owing to the presence of bad air. Coal lading began at Midlothian yesterday, about sixty meu going to work, , It is generally behoved (hat text week will witness a considerable re sumption all along the creek, though a number do not share this opinion. Preparations for the approaching Baltimore Oriole display are going on with groat vigor. A very large sum has been contributed by the business 1 men with the hope of attracting an 1 immense attendance. That the dis play will be worth seeing is already 1 assured, as the committees in charge' are working night and day. Aware of the deficiencies which marked last year’s celebration of the Oriole, they are taking pains to profit by experi ence. In this way they expect to remedy the defects and improve upon ' the successes of last year. Of course, 1 everybody will go via the Baltimore 1 and Ohio railroad, the management 1 of which proclaims anew their ability 1 to provide comfortable transportation for all that desire to attend, at hall lure. We hope to see a large atten -1 dance Irom this section. ’ Dans Rocky Height.— The Leav itt club visited Dans Rock last Sun day and spent the day pleasantly. A number of visitors from Baltimore, Cumberland and Borden Shaft added 1 to the pleasures of the day with their presence. County Commissioner Loar was on hand and as polite as a “French dancing-master.” lie acted as guide for the picnickers and pointed out all the localities in the valleys beneath. He ia confident that his proposed ho tel will be a success and in a few years the Rook will become very , popular. A fine road has been made , from Pompey Smash and every thing points to a speedy oonsumma -1 tion ol Mr. Loar’s pet scheme. Found Dead. —One of the new i miners at Eckhart, named John Haw olowich, aged 56 years, and a native 1 of Poland, where ho has a wife and three children, was found dead in his 1 bed at the barracks. The resident physician states that he died from heart disease of which he had been complaining for several days. His body was interred in the German Catholic cemetery, at Cumberland, , yesterday morning. Eckhart Items.— Robert Willison ia spending a few weeks with rela tives in Philadelphia. J. Clark N if ia visiting friends at Koyser, W. Va. Mis. Maggie Rowan, of Lorn: . i ig, spent several days in this place with her brother, W. B. Baird. , Wiliiam Scrivens has returned j home after a prolonged visit to Eng , land. ' The public schools open next Mon day week. The corn crop in this section will be an unusually 1 rge one. Frostburg’s postoffioe salary made the largest increase in the State during the last two years. Considerable complaint is heard of the lad condition of the county road between Eckhart and Hoffman. Died —At her parents, residence in Hvndisan, Pa., Thursday, August 17, 1882, Nellie, aged 2 years and 5 months, daughter of C. H. and Jane Hsrtzell, formerly of this place. Numbers of Cumberland's beaux and belles have visited Frest burg ibis week, and took supper at the St. Cloud Hotel. The long line of carriages and 'busses greatly enliven ed our streets. A Singular Affair.—As will be seen by an advertisement elsewhere a horse and buggy came to the resi dence of Wesley Lour under very suspicions circumstances. The day before a man, woman and child were seen in the vehicle riding through Pompey Smash; the horse looked jaded and the occupants tired and travel-stained. When Mr. Lear found the carriage there was in it some old clothing, consisting of a pair of overalls,child's dress and a woman's frock and shawl. The supposition is that the woman and child were killed and hidden under the rocks, or else the driver bjeamo lost in the woods and all three got out of the carriage to encamp for the night when the horse left them. Parties have search ed through ihe woods in that section but have discovered nothing. Mean while Mr. Loar has made a lucky find. Political.— The members of the republican State central committee for Allegany county decided to hold only one county convention, delegates to both judicial and congressional conventions to be selected by that body. The county convention to meet in Cumberland September 5, and the primaries to be held Septem ber 2. A Washington dispatch of Monday says “Representative Urner was in the city today. He returned this evening to Washington Grove, where ho has been with his family for the past two weeks. It is thought hero that Mr. Urner will be the republican candidate in the sixth district, and that Montgomery Blair will be his opponent. At the headquarters of both political parties hero affairs in the sixth district receive a great deal of attention." Dr. G. E, Porter, of Lonaroning, is named for Congress by republicans. Hon. M. G, Urner is undoubtedly in the field for rtnomination. Messrs. Mf-Comas, of Washington, and Miller, ot Montgomery, are also prominently mentioned. lion. Edward Stake, republican candidate for Judge, was in town yesterday. The democratic nomination for As sociate Judge lies between lion's William Moiter, incumbent, and A K. Syoster, ox-Attorney-General. Hon. Montgomery Blair is looming up considerably for the democratic nomination for Congress. What Allegany is to get out of this fall's “divvy" is not so clear, although it is quite apparent that “as Allegany goes, so goes the district.” Almost a Panic. —Bowery street is noted lor its many pretty girlo consequently they have hosts of admi rers. Some of them are good singers —the admirers we mean. A few nights since one of our “gay young troubadours,” hung his guitar ove* his arm and started out on Bowery to sing to his lady. Arriving on the spot the young man, who was of light frame and cut from delioato pattern, got in the shadow of a rain-spout and proceeded to sing in plaintive tones “Come to my arms, my dar ling.” Bat she heard him not, for wrapped in the arms of Morpheus she was having a first-class A No. 1 cut bias nightmare, full-scolloped and trimmed with Torchon lace. Ho then struck up "Place the pale white rose and running up and down the scale from A to Kalamazoo he aroused the denizens of that quiet thoroughfare Irom their peaceful slumbers. Some thought it was a mule dying from the bite of a rattle snake, others that Hitchius' big ball dog had been shot with a load of mus tard and powder, while still more thought it was a calf crying for its mother. It is needless to say a com motion was raised and brickbats, toilet glasses and boot jacks followed each other in succession, while u, (be street, forming in uia.tial uiai, were * Logsdon's pels” each armci with bats and balls, and en dtshabide. The excuse offered for coming out, was they thought the noise came trom “Reokner’s giants” badgering them to a game on the coming morrow. The cause of all the uproar slunk away in the darkness and discoveied the next morning that tie had seren aded another fellow's girl. Journalistic.—Tl'o Miners Record, of Scottdnle, Pa,, ia no more, but we have before us on the sanctum table its successor—the Independent. Ed itorial and typographically it is a great improvement on the old Record and we with it suocjss. The Baltimore Day h's changed from a morning to an evening faper. Several reasons have induced t ii new depaiture which we hope to see verified as wise and good. The Day is one of the ablest papers of its faith in the country and deserves commensurate prosperity. Will Shortly Start. Miller mine, lying between Pompe/ Smash and Louaconing, and the property ol Ihe Hampshire and Baltimore ccal company, has been leased by Hitchins Brothers, of this place, who will stait operations there shortly with a large lores of men. The last week of the summer months of 1882. Business bocals. Fouwmnpt lon. —lt is said tint 50,000 people die annually in the United States alone from this disease. In some sections of the country one death in every three is from Consumption. This can be, and should be avoided; our people are too careless about an ordinary cough or cold, and other symptoms of tin at and ling atT-cHons that lend to tins disease. You should arrest it while in the germ. Two or three dose of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup will relievo an ordinary cough or cold. It does not dry up a cough b no many preparations on the market and If av e the disease behind it, but acts directly on tlie throat and bronchial tubes, removing ail tlie phlegm and morbid mutter that ac cumulates in the tluont and lungs. It al lays all irritation, and renders the voice clear and distinct. So d by Thomas Mc- Neill, Druggist, Frostburg, Md. [Augs-y 15. Stern & Co. have concluded to sell their immense stock of Dry Goods, Cloth ing, Boots, Shoes, Ac., at cost. IMlch arc frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and low er part of theahdomon, causing the patient to suppose he lias some affection of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of Indigestion arc present, as flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture, like perspiration, producing a very disagreeable itching, particularly at niglit after getting warm in bed, is u very common attendant. Internal, External anil Itching Piles yield at once to the applica tion of Dr. Bosanko’s Pile Remedy, whi< li acts directly upon tlie parts affected, absorb ing the Tumors, allaying the intense itch lug, and effecting a permanent cure where nil other remedies have failed. Do not de lay until tlie drain on tlie system produces permanent disability,but try it and he cured Price, 50 cents. Ask you- druggist for it, and when you cannot obtain it oi him, we we will send it, prepaid,on receipt' f price Address The Dr. liosanko Me .icinc Co,, Piqua, Ohio. Sold by Thomas McNeill, Druegist, Frostburg, Md. [Aug 5-y lints! Hals Hats I—Tlie latest novelties in men’s, boys’and youths’ hats, at C. Hartman’s. I’.iglit Weeks Treatment for |I.OO. Tills great dscovery is curing hundreds daily. A sure and speedy cure for Bronchitis, Quinsy, Catarrh, Asthma, Consumption. Hemorrhage of the Lunas, Lots of Voire, Weakness or Soreness of tlie Lungs or Chest, Hoarseness, Coughs oi Colds, Sore . liro t, oi any d seise I Throat, Head or Lungs of nu mutter ho i longstanding. Deusicu’s “Aniiiimrlulie.,’ or Threat, 11e..d and Lung Remedy never fails; try one box and be cured. Sent by mail with testimonials on receipt of SI.OO per box or 0 boxes for $5.00 Mention tuis paper. Address DENSTEN & CO , Julyls-y Woodbury, N. J. Ttilfs Pills tcingtir i'lum.— Tctt’s Pills are new covered with a va nilla sugar coaling, making them as pleas ant to swallow as a little ugar plum, and rendering them agreeable to the most dell cate stomach They cure sick headache and I dioua 1 colic. They give appetite and flesh to tlie body. They cure dyspepsia and nourish lh< system. i They cure fever and ague, costiveness, | etc. Sold everywhere. 25 cents a box. duly 15-Om ; One of Frostburg’s sporting gentlemen was taken for a coal operatoi lu Cumber land the oilier day by u bank president. It seuns tit at the president was misled by Hie young fellow wearing one of C. Hart man's nobby straw bats. Free of 4 on!.—By calling at Thus. ' McNeill’s drug store, you can get a sample bottle ol Dr. 80-nnko's Cough aud Long Syrup, which will telieve the most obstin ate Cough or Cold,aud show you what Hu regular 50-cent size will do. When troubled with Asthma, Bronchitis, Dry, Hacking C ugh. Pains in the Chest, ai;d I ml diseases o'' in T 0.-p uidLuag.-. Lr;,' a sail pie bottle of mi nud cmo. [.Vu -v , 15. Stern & Co. arc el- rmlneil to their i mire elo kof Dty Goods, Cm l ■ Boots, Shoes, &c., at cost. New Advertisements. COWJLOST. VISED MULEY COW, with white spots iu her face, on Hie shoulder back of the neck, aud over the hips. lias been gone two walks. Any information of her whereabouts will be thankfully received by PATRICK DURKIN, Residence—Washington Mines. A3O-3t P. O. Address—Frostburg, Md. ROGERS The A-i'tist, • HAS RETURNED, bringing with him Several .Mow suvellics in his line. Call at his Gallery and sec the m. Get Your “Lookness Tooken” By Instantaneous Process, Lightning Shutters, etc. [Aug 88 ORDER JSTISI. Tliomas U. Frost el al., 1 Iu the ( Circuit Coun w. }■ lor | Allegan Co’ty. Charles 11. Hanull el al J No. 1898 Equity ORDERED, This 24'b day ol An mi, 1882,1 q IheC.r lit lam i i Allegany colony as a Court ol Equity that the . u. .nade and leported m ihu nPnVu ea-n to Conrad Scmier be ratified and confii ined unless eaiise to the coiilrmy iheuof be i shown on or be foie the 25ih day ol Septem ber, 1883, provided a copy of this Older he 1 pub.ished in some newspaper printed in Allegany county once a week for three successive weeks before the 18lh day oi September, 188'. The report states the . amount oi sum to b $5. THEO. LIMAN, C < is True copy. Test — TllKo. Lu.man, Aug 20—dt Clerk. New AdrcrMeinMifv. Notice To the Qualified Voters of the Respec tive Election Districts of Alle gany County, Maryland. J MHO imd' rsienod OFFICERS OF REG -3 ISTBATION for Hie respective Elec tion Districts of Allegany county, at their Seplemb r sitting will sit from 8 o’clock A. M. to 7 o’clock P. M. on the Tuesday, Wednesday,Tit a rsdny, Friday, aud Si.t inlay. of the two successive weeks next after the Art Monday of September, in the year eighteen hundred and e ghty-lwo; ti.at is to say on the sth, 6th, 7th. Bth. 9th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th days of September, 1882, Vi the respective places hereinafter named, for the purpose of ascertaining and regis leribg in lue proper registry ol voters and poii hooks the persons qualified to vote in their respective Election Districts aud Election Precincts. DISTRICT No. 1-ORLEANS. The Officer of Registration lor Hie Ist Election District (Orleans) will sit at Oeorgo W. Price’s residence on Tuesday aud Wedresday, September slh and Oth, 1883 ; at Hie Canal Tunnel on Thursday, September 7th, 1882, and at his residence in Little Orleans on Friday, Saturday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September Bth, 9tb, 12th, Kith, 14th, 15th aud 10th, 1893. JAMES T. McKNIOHT, Registrar. DISTRICT No. 3—OLDTOWN. The Officer of Registration for the 3J Election District (Oldlown) will sit at Carder & Darkey's Store, in Oldlowa. FRANCIS DARKEY, Registrar. DISTRICT No. 3—FLINT3TONE, Tiio Officer of Registration for the 3d Election District (Flintstouc) will sit at his office iu Qiipmtown on Tuesday aud Wed nesday, September sth and oth, 1883, and at his residence on Hurley’s Branch ou Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Satur day. September 7th, Bth, Oth, 12th, 13th 14lh, 15th aud 10th, 1883. OWEN McELFISII, Registrar. DISTRICT No. 4—CUMBERLAND CANAL. The Officer ol Registration for the 4lli Election District (Cumberland Canal) will sit in Precinct No. 1 at his office, No. 15 South Centre street, on Tuesday, Wednes day and Thursday, September sth, Otb, 7th, 13lh, 13lli aud 1-ltli, 1888, and for the Second Precinct of Hie 4th District at No. 16 Soul h Centre street, Cumberland, ou Fri day nud Saturday, September Bth, 9Hi, loth and 18th, 1883. O. M. SCIIINDELL, Registrar. DISTRICT No. S—CUMBERLAND WILLS CREEK. The Officer of Registration for the sth Election Dist. ict (Cumberland Wilis Creek) wi 1 ail at his office, No, 170 North Mich,'in.u street iu Cumberland. J. GEOUuE FLURSHUTZ, Registrar. DIS'l RIOT No. O—CUMBERLAND RIVER. The Officer of Registration lor the litli Election District (Cumberland River) will sit at his office, in the Vigilant Engine House iu Cumberland, l-PRIGQ S. LYNN, Regis' rar. DISTRICT No. I -RAWLINGS. Ti e Ollieui ul Rejistiuliou for the 7t(j Election Disttici (Raw bugs) will sit at Raw lings’ Store iu Rawlings. , N. T. RAWLINGS. Registrar. DISTRICT No. 8-WESTERN PORT. The Officer of Registration for Hie BtU Elect un District (Westeruport) will sit at Ids office, in Right’s Store, in Weslernpoit. james eight, Registrar. DISTRICT No. O—BARTON. The Officer of Registration for the lull t Election District (Barton) will sit at hi office, In E. Campbell's drug store lu , Ballon. MICHAEL HAUGUTON, Registrar. DISTRICT No. 10—LONACONING. Toe Officer of Registration for tlie 10th Election District (Louaconing) will sit at Ida office in J. Myers’ building in liuua ’ soiling. P. A. CROWE, Registrar. DISTRICT No. 11-FROSTBURG. The Officer of Registration tor the 11th Election District (Frostburg) will sit at liia office in Lapp’s building, corner of Main and Water streets, iu Frostburg. I JOHN L. PORTER, Registrar. DISTRICT No. 12—E. FROSTBURG. The Officer of Rouistr tion lor the 12th Election District (East Frostburg) will sit Johnson’s Lumber Office, in Krosthurg. GEORGE H. ARNOLD, I Registrar. DISTRICT No. IS—MT. SAVAGE. The Officer of Registration lor Hie ISth Election District (Mt. Savage) will sit ul ids office iu Mrs J. Stephens’ ttoro iu Mt. Savage. JAMES STEPHENS, Registrar. DISTRICT No. 14— CUMBERLAND CENTRAL. The Officer of Registration for the 14th Election District (Cumberland Central) will sit iu Preeiuct No. 1 at Oraigcn’a drug .lore, No. 31 North Centre street, lu Cum berland, ou Tuesday, Wednesday, Thun : Jsy and S lurday, September slh,Clh,7th, Oil,, ; 'll, mil. Mill ami mill, 1882, aud in Pin; (ul, No.ul luce-' gar ■-iot’i otJiS. A. Feign mu, <•■ r >er ol iJ. i u-. j ii-U Front tin es, :i. CumUtiaud, on Friday, September bin and K.th, 1883. J. . CRAIG EN, i’cglstri r. DISTRICT No. 15—E. LONACONING. The Officer ol Registiuliou for the 15lh Elect'on District (East Louaconing) will ■sir, at t office in Jackson Hotel, Lena conin,-. BERNARD P. WOODS, Au ' J R gisliar.