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O. JAERETT & BRO. Have added to their Furniture Business, UNDERTAKING BRANCHES They are fully prepared to supply Coffins, Caskets and Burial Cases, Trimmed in the FINEST STYLE for a great deal less money than the same articles are furnished elsewhere in the county. All our Funeral Furniture is upholstered in the most tasteful manner. We have recently purchased an ELEGANT HEARSE—the finest in the county—with which we will deliver COFFINS, etc., purchased from us, Free of Charge I jar Orders by telegraph promptly filled. [Sept 18-y FURNITURE! FURNITURE! I'HE PLACE TO BUY FURNITURE AT A BARGAIN IS AT THE NEW ESTABLISHMENT OP C[ Uinifri MAIN STREET, ■ I. lllllllCLjDiumsilc M. Wlneland’s nothin* House. Walnut, Poplar and Cherry Chamber Suits. A magnificent Display of Hand some Parlor, Diningroom, Bedroom and Hall Furniture. Cabinet Making in all its branches. ■ I would call your attention to my Jjhjt-jj f f A a Undertaking Department. Jk Motalic, Walnut and Rosewood Caskets and Coffins. Burial Robes and Shrouds ol all . : I* have the finest Hearse in Western 1 ami at nil funerals I attend person- J /fWV Sr'Tfy - xUVi'e ally thereby relieving the relatives of the de —-J.J TlJl IWIW’ censed of all trouble in the premises. Call and inspect my stock and gel low prices for what you want. Mar 4-tf €. F. NICKEL. Georges Creek and Cumberland E, E. PASSENGER TRAINS. Commenting Sunday, Sept. 10, 18S2. (By Philadelphia time, which is 5 minutes earlier than Baltimore lime.) Dmly, Sundays excepted. LEAVE CUMBERLAND— For Lonaconing, 6.00 a. m., 9.80 a. m. and 3 40 p. m. LEAVE LONACONING— For Cumberland, 7.30 a. m. and 13.15 and 3.15 p. m. Sunday Trains. LEAVE CUMBERLAND— For Lonaconing, 9.00 a.m.and 8.45 p.m. LEAVE LONACONING— For Cumberland, 12.30 p. m., and 5.15 p. m. Dan’s Rock Excursionists, on returning to Cumberland, leave Vale Summit at 13,40 and 6.40 p. m. on week days, and at 13.55 and 5.40 p. m. on Sundays. JAB. A. MILLHOLLAND, Sept 10 General Manager. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, (BEDFORD DIVISION.) ON and after Jan. 23, 1882, Passenger Trains arrive and depart as follows: ,—LEAVE 1 STATIONS. , ARRIVE—> Mail. Exp. Exp. Mall. A. M. P. M. P. M. P. M 880 216 Cumberland 105 10 25 904 249 Hyndman 13 81 951 A. M. 10 05 350 Bedford 11 80 850 P. M. 12 25 015 Huntingdon 910 630 340 740 Altoona 745 13 25 P. M. A. M. 850 12 01 Pittsburg 100 835 A. M. P. M. 420 11 30 Harrisburg 400 335 A. M. r. m. a. m. . 785 255 Philadelphia 11 80 11 25 I 10 35 6115 New York 800 755 '—ARRIVE—' ' LEAVE —' NOTE.—Time here given is Pennsyl vania Railroad (Philadelphia) time, which live minutes faster than Baltimore time. No change of cars between Cumberland and Huntingdon. Through cars between Huntingdon and Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg. Passengers from points east ol Hyndman, for Somerset, take Ex press train west; change cars at 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 lor passengers and baggage, on notice left with agent. ,1. R. WOOD, General Passenger Agent. Titos. A. Roberts, Superintendent. Jan 28 Cumberland & Pennsylvania Railroad NEW TIME TABLE tpo TAKE EFFECT L Auilduy, Nov. IS, 1880. Passenger trains leave Cumberland at 9.15 a. m. and 3.40 P. it. Prostburg, cast, 7.10, a. m., and 13.42 p. it. “ west, 10.12, “ “ 4.40 “ SCHEDULE: rr LEAVE —, STATIONS ,—ARRIVE—, A.M. A. M. |A. M. P. M 6.15 11.40 Piedmont 11.15 5.45 6.80 11.65 Barton 10.53 0.35 P. M. C. 40 12.10 Lonaconing 10.42 5.12 6.55 18.35 Ocean 10,26 4.57 7.10 12.43 Frostburg 10.13 4.40 7.40 1.12 Mt. Savage 9.40 4.14 7.48 1.19 Barrolvillc 9.40 4.00 VOO 1,30 C. &P. Junction 9.29 3.55 *6 1.45 Cumberland 9.15 3.40 -ARRIVE—* LEAVE —> P. L. BURWELL, Nov 27 General Superintendent. / ‘Tor ruin In the limbs, bade stomach, , f breast, ' ( r “For cramp of the stomach, colic, (Her- ) f rtuoa, or vomiting, lake Pbiiuha.'' \ / ‘Torcoitgh, asthma, night sweats, short- \ ' nctsorbroatb.takoPauußA.gnEßßSßSi , / 4 ‘For chronic catarrh, bronchitis,pleurisy. \ t and sore throat of any kind— l‘Eiti;s a.” eAM 1 “PanraA Is the purest, most prompt and f efficient medicine known toman." HHBIHI \ / “PamtHA Is tho host appetiser, purest V f tonic, onost lavlaurator of tho body and ' / mind.” ■mBBBHMRaKOBBBB \ / “If yon can’t sleep, take Pebithai It i f weak or worried menially, can’t rest, take \ j Pane ha. ” BBEMBHaiin \ , ’Viwowmbapaldfortbolcastlinpnrltyor , / mineral tbat may bufound In Pam-HA.” BE \ / Bold everywhere. Vorpamphlotwrltoto V ' b. B. HARTMAN * Co., Osborn, Ohio. ' f If yon are sick, tool badly, or In any way \ j unwell, taknPaiu'HA and regulate tho bow- v ’ ole with \ itMSßftWktl Dtc *-y BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. ON and after May 31, 1882, trains will arrive and depart as follows: tTiMBEULAXD. Alt RIVE | WESTBOUND TRAINS | DEPART 12. -do a m No. 24 Express. I 3:33 am No. 3 Express. | 3:38 am 6:51 a m No. 8 Express. I 7:07 a m No. 0 Accom’n. | G:35 a m 3:15 p m No. 14 Mail. I 3:30 p m 3:37 pm No. 10 Express. | 3:47 pm ARRIVE | EABTBOUND TRAINS | DEPART 1:20 a m No. 3 Express. 1:31 a m No. 33 Express. 3:00 a m 8:15 am No. 19 Mail. 8:20 a m 0:33 a m No. 5 Express. 9:50 a m 4.45 pm No. 1 Express. 5:03 pm 7:35 p m No. 7 Accom’n. Nos. 0,14, 7 and 19 daily except Sun days. All oilier trains daily. May 37 J. F. LEGQB,Agent. [PITTSBURG"DIVISION.] ON and after,Nov. 29,1881, passenger trains on the Pittsburg Division of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad will run as follows: cital WESTBOUND. pjurtgfr 8.53 p. m I No. 10 Mail. I 10.00 p. m 13.40 a. m | No. 3 Express. | 6.30 a. m Plttsbnrg. BABTBOUIO). on flS. 8.50 a. m I No. 1 Mail. I 3.35 p. in 9.10 p. m | No. 3 Express. | 2.85 a. m Local accommodation train leaves Cum berland for Conncllsville at 0,80 a. m.j re turning arrive Cumberland 7.00 p. m. On and after Nov. 20, 1881, trains on the Somerset and Cambria Branch will run as follows: Northbound Leave Rockwood at 6.00 a. m. and 13.40 p. m.; Somerset, 6 30 audl 15 p.m., arrive Johns town 8.30 a. m. and 3.05 p. in. South bound-Leave Johnstown, 9.15 a. m. and 3.25 p. m ; Somerset 11.05 and 5.15 p. m., arrive Rockwood, 11.40 a. m. and 5.50 p. I m. All trains run daily. THOMAS M. KING, General Sup’t. E. D. Smith, Passenger Agent. Dec 3 _ April Ist, 1879. Recognizing Iho 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 those facts and the liberal patronage exteuded the “Maltby” in the past, 1 deem it but a matter of Justice that some discrimination should bo made in thoir favor. 1 have thcretorocf ncluded to Rcducethe Price of Board to $2 a day feeling confident that the same will be tully appreciated by them, and at the same time merit and secure an increased share oi their patronage. Assuring them that nothing will ho left undone that can add totheir comfort during their stay. Rooms without board, 76 cents and up ward per day. U. U. HOW AM,Prop. Anr 5 GEO. A. WTnGEHT, Drusrs^st, FROSTS URG, MB. JJEADQUARTERS lor Drugs, Medicines, PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, Fine Toilet Motions, WALL PAPERS—endless variety of pretty patterns, WINDOW GLASS—aII sizes, etc. Prescriptions promptly and carefully compounded. BEALL’S BLOCK, FROSTBURG, MD. May 7—tf KENNY HOUSE, Piedmont, West Ta., T. KENNY, - Proprietor. r pillß Hotel hasouo oftbu finest Sample 1 Rooms ou hue of B. &O. railroad. Oct 8-y Hitching Bros’ Column. HAVE YOU AN ALL-SILK RIBBON 9 been the inquiry from every penon (or a long time past, and If the answer was ‘NO,’ They would ask— Why don't yon keep GOOD RIBBONS? I would prefer, and I am sure all Judges ot RIBBONS, All managing and economical ladles would greatly prefer, and rejoice at the op portunity to procure PURE SILK f RIBBONS i l, Instead n f the cottony tiash that every body is selling. Why Just think of it— a hair and gash ribbon that I bought a tortuigbt ago looks as though it were a six-months second-hand article. Such has been the general outcry against trashy rib bons that we concluded to Buy a Stock of the Very Best Quality in GROS GRAINS AND SATINS. In all Styes, Colors and Shades, they are NOW BEADY FOR INSPECTION. Also, an Entirely New Stock of LACES! Great Attraction in the 10- cent packages of Laces. For the School Children. We have determined to put a Slate into every family in this town and vicinity, and to this end have placed on sale a very strong, neat little SLATE, 5x7, at the extremely low price of a cento each, and a SLATE PENCIL THROWN IST I NEXT WEEK WE SHALL CALL ATTENTION TO OUR Uulaundered Shirt. LADIES WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE New Fall Styles in Prints We shall adhere to the old rule; FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. HITCHINS BROS. ‘ THE MINING JOURNAL. J. B. ODER, Editor nd Proprietor. Joseph Womsley, Agent at Eckhort. Extra copies, - • ■ 6 cents, —for solo by W. L. Amman, Frostburg. Offlce,XainHt.,Hitchlnsßros. Building TZKHH OF SUBSCRIPTION: On* Copy, one year. In advisee $1 90 •• •• alx months, “ 79 Frestbnrg, Nept. 23, 1882. A proverb for these times, or any other times—Speak but little, bat let that little be the truth ; spend but little, but let that little be cash down, i A fuse, wholesome distillation of i witch hazel, American pine, Canada fir, marigold, clover blossom, etc., fragrant with the healing essences of balsam and pine. Such is Sandford's Radical Cure tor Catarrh. Complete treatment for sl. “Who was the meekest man ?'' asked a Sunday school teacher. “Moses.” "Very well; who was the meekest woman 7” “Never was any." Satisfaction for Ten. —ln our family of ten for over two years Parker’s Ginger Tonic has cured head ache, malaria and other complaints so satisfactorily that we are in excellent health and no expense for doctors or other medicines.— Chronicle. Takino the human race as a whole, says an exchange, it is observed that i races living almost exclusively on meat have been the most savage ones. Nothing is so apt to trausfoam a hu man being into a savage as to pay thirty cents a pound for a roast and then find it almost as tough as leather. 1 A correspondent asks ; "What time of year do the the days begin to shorten ?” When you have a note in bank. A note in bank is the great annihilalcr of time. The days are crowded to gether in thin layers, and the nights are like a smear from a blacking brush. A Solid Chunk of Wisdom.— First-class patronage of a newspaper I consist j in every man paying his sub scription in advance. Giving a paper your moral support by taking it and reading and not paying for it will never do. Moral support was never known to run a newspaper.—Goal Trade Journal. Miscellaneous Advertisements. DR. JOHN J. JONKS. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Of a. flee on Main street in Thomas’ build ing, Frostburg. Md. 1 Amr HO SIMS HOUSE, PlEDMONT,(Baltimoreand Ohio rail 1 oad,) Wesrt Virginia, Nov 7 J.P. A. BNTLER. Prop’ r. William Brace. Benj. A. Richmond Brace & Richmond, A TTORNE YS AT LAW. OfflccNo.4 Washington street, CUMBERLAND, MD. WILL be in Frostburg regularly every Thursday. JuneitO- F O H KENT. PAUL’S OPERA HOUSE STOREROOMS, —AND— ROOMS on 2d floor.suitableforOfHces- Apply to THOS. 11. PAUL, Mar 11 Frostburg, Md. ROGERS The .A-rtist, HAS RETURNED, bringing with him Several New Novelties in bis line. Call at his Gallery and see them. Get Your “Lookness Tooken” By Instantaneous Process, Lightning Shutters, etc. [Aug 2(5 THOMAS’ Boot, Shoe, Hat and Cap EMPORIUM. The Latest Novelties in Boots and Shoes are now displayed on mv counters. Every style of OEjVTIKMEN’N HATS AND CAPS AT LOW PRICES. I also keep constantly on hand a large supply of Leather and Shoe Find- An inspcctiou of my stock before purchasing is requested, TRUNKS A SPECIALTY. WILLIAM THOMAS, Main street, Frostburg, Md. IVAgent for the Peorleus Remington Sewing Machine. [May7-tf INSTAJv lAJVEO US Photography MUST TAKE A BACK SEAT AS long as I can furnish the finest Carte-de-Y Isites, CABINET, IMPERIAL, ’ and PANEL PICTURES At Cheap Prices. At my establishment on Broadway can he found all styles of Cards, Frames, Obromos, &c.; in fact any thing to he found in a first-class art empor him. Now is the time to on Jcr your pictures. A. A. ROGERS, • Apr 29-y Broadway,.. Frostburg, Md. Miscellaneous Advertisements. B. STERN & GO. SUMMER Dress Goods AT A BIG REDUCTION. Gents’ and Youths’ At Extraordinary Low Prices! We have concluded to i SELL OUR ENTIRE STOCK! At Cost Prices! And therefore invite you to call and inspect our goods and at the same time to see the figures at which they ’ are placed. Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore giv en us and soliciting a continuance of the same, we re main yours, etc. B. STEEN & CO. July 29-lf A BIG CRASH! ) IN PRICES! r Everything Way Down ! i BOUND TO SELL OUT MY SUMMER STOCK . # 1 respectfully invite the citizen* Of Front burg and vi cinity to visit my establishment and examine the superior I stock of Summer Goods. such a* STRAW AND FELT HATS ! ALL SIZES I ALL SHAPES I BOOTS AND SHOES! Which 1 have marked down in prices thereby enabling me to dispose of them at once so as to make room lor my large fall and winter specialties. The Following Goods are at Cost Prices : Ladies Plain Gaiters, Worth SI.OO Sold at $ .75 “ “ “ “ 1.25 “ 1.00 “ Til) Anklet Gaiters, “ 1.75 “ 1.25 “ Congress “ “ 1.00 “ .75 Mens Low Cut Shoes, “ 1.75 “ 1.50 “ “ “ “ “ 1.25 1.00 “ Buttoned “ “ 2.25 “ 1.75 “ Hook Bats “ 1.75 1,25 “ Congress Gaiters, “ 1-75 1.25 m u Thanking ail for the liberal patronage extended to me in the past and asking lor a continuance of the same, I am yours dee. 0. HARTMAN, Main St., Frostburg. July 15-tf Mlsoellaneo ns Ad vertlsements. Property for Sale. 6 HOUSES AND LOTS in Froslhurg for saIe—CHEAP 1 Must be sold I Feb 18—tf JAMES KANE. Agent. Beware ° f Fraud BENSON'S GAPOINE PLASTERS HAVE BEEN IMITATED, And their excellent reputation in jured by worthless imitations. Tho Public are cautioned against buy ing Plasters having similar sound ing names. See that tho word C-A-P-C I N-E is correctly spelled. Benson’s Capcine Porous Plasters Are the only improvement over made in Plasters. One is wortli more than adoien of any other kind. Will positively cure where other remedies will not even relieve. Price 25 cents. Beware of cheap Plasters made with lead poisons. SEABURY A JOHNSON, Manufacturing Chemists, Now York. AHIJKIC Ifl-Mir.DV AT LAST. Price Wets' MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASTER. April 1 y STILL AHEAD ! selling more MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, CEMETERY COPING, WROUGHT-IRON FENCE, MANTELS, GRATES AND TERRA COTTA PIPE, than nay shop in Western Maryland, The cause is this: Good work nt bottom prices and a large assortment to select from. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Designs and prices furnished on appli cation. A. H. AMIOK, 10 and 12 S. Centro Street, July 22-tf Cumberland, Md. ’ nv KVEBY KIND CHKAPER TEAM EVE*, limns, Shot Guns. Bovolvers, Ammuni tion, Ilshintl Tacklo, Seines, Net., Knives, Bazars, Skates, Hummocks, etc. Large Illustrated Catalogue FUF.B. GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS, rirrnnvr.au, pa. ■IL C E Pi T S WANTED! Ladies and Gentlemen, to engage with un to sell several I nolql llounehom Artii let. I'fofltH large. I.abor in light. KvcluNive territory Klvrn. No competi tion. Tormn liberal. Circulars T HEE. Address, Hewitt Manufact’y Co., Box 868, IMttsburgMs, alnew cure fob POTATO HUGS B AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN. Safe nuro, cleanly and cheap. Sample Package, Poet* Paid, 30ctH. AOKNTfI WANTKD. Addreee, JT, 11. JoUnstou, I’llUbnrih, M" USICAL INSTRUMENTS of all kinds for sale vory cheap. Catalogues froo. Address, RICHARD HULL ft CO., BOX 868, inttoburgb, P. Apr 29 6m J. RUHL, M. D„ FBOSTBURG, MD., HAS confined his practice entirely to tho treatment and cure of CON SUMPTION and all diseases of the Respi ratory system, and will positively attend to no other cases. Office hours, daily from 9 to 11 a. nt. (Sundays excepted.) No hooks kept and cash 'required for medicine. Cases treated by correspon dence. Office at McNeill's Drug Store. Aug 6-lf j u.. | —... Biutiilii! CclsrfaCffy rr f- >J - ;ile i Baliini n l' 1 - hi *-•• . ! , *i event Killing *f !?•■: I. -\e . d f i•- | vumszfsi:?. x.xi s PAHKftft 9 '.' GISGFRTHte 131 i &. s 3 t usi u s A Superlative Health Strain *i V::' ~ If you are a ircrlnnic or fun i overwork, oranwiiicr run c!"V.ii ly ; .. -*> hold duties try P.\ukei;*s <. .. i< ’i If yMzrez lawyer. nr! . . . - naiihiedhyijicntalMran'ora"' inlDHuaiinuuli- • i’. -v lfyo,.h?v(v: : ..;.i. . ■ Im, Kidney *f. i ; t it stomach, I ■o , vel. wood err. •11 **. - Tonic will cure yMi. **• • ‘ \ . 1 r And the Bes! and wii-tst Tat cf l-. - Ifws are **.* (■ ■ ony disease or vcaUiu • • Gingkr To* * yon up from t!i? ri’ .e i. ' • • 1 It lias saved huatl"v .<I li va* ). . y. * ) i, CAUTION . , OBBipowdof lha Ih*lfvi ■ < dlflmi.t from •••''- HUu-x*C„N. l‘‘ ■ t .l- ,:*f CHEAT f AV:: .ir - r- . !: . ;i ll .-vd Ir.sti. .1 * ' (1 dctu:h'f'il peilMme vu -• . H Ik nothing Uh© if. I''* 1 ton Colog.sk audio i;; ■ . J&ciccx \ | 'j April 1-tf.