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Hitching Bros’ Column.
“That Shirt OF MINE!” Brer since Adam was forced to go Into tlie Clothing Business It has teen the aim of man to hare a GOOD FITTING SHIRT! How often hate we heard men complain ing of uncomfortable, bad-fitting sbirta, and many is tho time we have approached men on business and their shirts fitted so badly, the bosoms stuck up a* high in their faces that you wonld almost have to go behind them and look over their should ers to talk to them. It has been a wonder for a long while why, in olden limes, they built the pulpits so high in churches. It Is thought, by some, it was dm. - that the good old brethren migiit see Die preachers over their bad-fitting shirts It is a notice able fact that very few of the brethren ever kneel in church now-a-days and we fear it is their bad-fitting shirts that won't allow them to bend the knee. It is true there have been great improvements made in Die cut and fit of shirts in the last 10 to 15 years, but it remains for “That Shirt of Mine” to fill tho bill. It is entirely a new thing, FITS WELL, WEARS WELL, IS COMFORTABLE, Will stay clean longer and is made of The Best Material “You mav fall down, roll over, stand on your head if your will, But the fit of that shirt will be with you •till." WIVES, If you love your husbands (and of course you do) come nt once and buy them a set of these Shirts. HUSBANDS, If you love your wives—well, you had belter give them money and let them buy their own rigging. Now, old men, young men and boys, if you want to have comfort and feel good, if you want to save money and be happy buy r EIGHMIE’S Patent Shirts of your humble servants, who arc the sole Agents for tills vicinity. It Caps the Climax and is what everybody lias been trying to , get for years. HITCHIJVS BROS. 1 THE MINING JOURNAL. J. B. ODER, Editor and Proprietor. Joseph Womsi.ey, Agent at Eel. hart. Extra copies, - - ■ 5 cents, - - -for sale by W. L. Annan, Frostburg. Office, Mai nSt., Hit ehiusltros. Building TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: Ona Copy, ona year, in advance $1 50 “ 11 lx months. 11 76- Ketmpaper Lairs, 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to Die contrary, are considered wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their paper, the publisher may continue to send them until all arrears are paid. 3 If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the office to which they arc directed, they are held responsible until they have settled Dieir bills aud or dered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places with out notifying the publisher, and the papers are tent to the former direction, they are held responsible. 5. The courts have decided that refusing to lake papers from Die office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is pnma facie evidence of intentional fraud. 0. Any persou who receives a newspaper and makes use of it, whether he has or dered it or not, is held in law to be a sub scriber. 7. If subsciihers pay in advance, they arc bound to give notice to the publisher, at the end of their lime, if they do not wish to continue taking it; otherwise, the publisher is authorized to semi it on, and the subscriber will be responsible, until an xpress notice, with paymen t of arrears is paid. Frostbnrg. ‘Oct. 14, IHS2. The comet still holds forth to “small houses." The stores were never better sup plied with attractive goods. City Council. —This body met Monday evening in monthly session. No action taken of public interest, not even with regard to the comet. Two horrihls deaths in Pittsburg Monday from being caught by revol ving shafts whi! > oiling the journals. It is time for the public to learn that the only absolutely safe journal is the Frostburg Alining, etc. A plantation sentiment is com mended to all neighboring high-ilyers of the largest circulation persuasion, namely : Doan jedge a local newspaper gent by de fuss he makes. De restle ob a inimmin’- bird’s wings makes more noise den de stiong, steady lay-out ob do eagle. Fiee at Lonaconing. — A (ire was discovered in the new town hall, Lonaconing, last Sunday morning. Before it could be suppressed the building was damaged to the extent of $125, covered by insurance. The building belongs to Thomas Carr, but the completed portion is occupied by John Teny, restaurateui. Meeting of the School. Board.— Tho school board met Wednesday,with a full board present. The resignation of Mr. L. H. Geh man aa vice principal of the Frost burg sohool was accepted, and Mias Jane Flint, second assistant in the Same school, was appointed to fill the vacancy. Mias Maggie Orr was ap pointed to succeed Miss Flint. This arrangement will be continued until a more satisfactory one can be made. A Musical Entertainment, con sisting of solos, duets, quartets, accom panied by instrumental exercises, will be held in Paul’s Opera House Mon day evening, October 23d. A charade of three acts will be an interesting feature, a* alt o several tableaux. Music by orchestra during intervals. The entertainment being projected in aid of a religious purpose and given by home talent, the generous patron age of the people of Frostburg is con fidently solicited. Fuller participate are given by handbill. What dees the Times, which dis credits our beet story, think of tho following from the Pittsburg Tele graph ? “Pittsburg isoeitainly a good place to get hurt in. A morning paper learns that “the young man, Golden, hurt by the liver of a crab at Zug’s mill last week, is still unable be about. Hie throat was torn open and had to be stitched.” This state ; raent is vague enough. The young man was doubtless so lend of crab livers that he hastened to swallow one without first removing the crab.” New Advertisements. —o. Hart man offers a comprehensive statement of all he can do for purchasers in the bout and shoe line. A. H. Amiok lenews his advertise ment with an announcement impor tant to patrons of his trade. Fred. Knippeuherger details a sin gular ooourance. In addition he re ports that about 11 p. m., same even ibg, eight or nine shots were fired through the broken window. No | body at home save a female member of tho family. S. T. Little & Sons, ofCumberlan d I deserve special notice. The firm is ) old and reliable, and enjoys a repu | tation for presenting fine goods and I first-clues workmanship. See adver tisement. Political. —Mass ' Meetings ami Convention—Nomination of Hon Montgomery Blair. —Amass meeting was held by tho republicans in Frost ' burg Saturday evening in Paul’s Opera House, and ‘was largely atten , Jed. Mayor Ravenscraft presided, assisted by a numerous of vice pres-dmts. Mr. B. A. Richmond opened the discussion in a lively ad ’ dress of half an hour. Hon. L. E. MoComas, nominee for Congre-’s, fcl i lowed with one" of his best efiorts, I and Hon. Francis Millet ,of Montgom ery, closed the meeting with a fine speech. The Arion band favored the audience with several fino airs. , The greenbackers will hold their i primaries to-day tbmighout the ootffl ■ ty, and their convention next Tucs day in Frostburg. Just what they propose doing may be more re , liably told next week. ! Congressional Convention. The democratic congressional convention ' for the Sixth Congressional district met in Cumberland Thursday. 11. K. Douglass, of Washington, , presided, and W. T. Jones, of Mont gomery, and J. B. Oder, of Allegany, were chosen secretaries. lion's R. T. Semraes, of Allegany, Montgomery Blair, of Montgomery, and F. J. Nelson, of Fredoiick, were placed in nomination, and the first ballot resulted: Femmes, Blair. Kelson. Allegany 5 Frederick 0 Garrett 3 Monlcomory 4 Washington 1 3 3 Totals C 0 8 Mr. Semrnes withdrew. Second ballot : Blair. Kelson. Allegany 3 Frederick 0 Garrett 8 Montgomery 4 Washington 21 2) Totals 14+ 8.) Mr, Blair was declared th o nomi nee. “J. W. E.,” writing*from Lunaco ning to the Pittsburg Tribune, says > “there is somo talk of putting an in dependent or National ticket in the j field. If the former, our townsman, j Hon. John S. Combs, will probably head the ticket for Congress. A bet- i ter selection could hardly be made. 1 He is a gentleman thoroughly ac-, quainted wilh tho wishes of the peo ple, and I 1 Link if elected would work to the best interests of tie, con- j stiluenls, as his course in tho State Senate gave general satisfaction. Circuit Court, —The October tei m j of court began Monday, Judge Pearre on tho bench. S. J. Edwards was appointed fore man of the grand jury. Of the grand jurymen drawn Messrs. W. M. Porter and Georgs Kohl are of Eoknart and Pompey, respectively; Ernest Greatzbiirg and John Dye, of Barton, and 11. R. At- j kinson and D. J. Betz, of Frostburg. Of the petit jury men Messrs. John Flanagan and Walter Martin are of Pompey Smash ; James Grose, jr., and Truman Kemp, of Frostburg ; James 11. Hose, of Western port; Henry Hergot and Patrick L ivelle, of Mt, Savage; Jacob Miller, of Barton, aud George W. Porter, of Eckbart. A.J. Willison, of Frostburg, was excused from attendance an a juror. Tuesday. —The following appeal oases of local interest were disposed j of; No. 53.—James Murphy vs. Shaffer l & Muun ; Brown for appellant; Boyd for appellee ; settled. No. 25.—Marx Wiunland vs, Wil liam Payne & Co., Brace and Rich mond for appellant; settled. No. 101.—Darby & Go., vs. Wil liam McMillan ; Brace and Richmond for plaintiff; judgment on rule. No. 108,—H. K. and F. B. Thur ber & Co., vs. J. M. Porter ; Sloan for plaintiff; judgment on mle. 131.—D. W. Buzzard vs. R. A. Lancaster ; Brace and Richmond for plaintiff; judgment confessed. Wednesday. —The following case on the trial docket was disposed of: No. 70.—John Wambachrs. Wil liam Y. McCalloh ; Gander for plain- i tiff; Price and Willison for defeu | dant; continued. Robert P. Mason, of this place, was appointed juror in place of A. J. Willison, excused. Personal. —Messrs. Charles F. Mayer, Robert Garrott, William • Whitcraft, D. H. Miller and W. F. Frick, were re-leote I directors of the ■ Cumberland and Pennsylvania lail road at the annual meeting in Cum berland Monday. The Review chronicles with regret • the departure of Dr. O. T. MacDonald ■ from Lonaconing to Baltimore. I Dr. J. D. Skilling, of Lonaconing • is quite ill. ' S. W. Scofield,'' building contractor “lit out" from Lonaconing last week. A number of bis creditors ate singing “Shall We Know Each Other Thera ?" 1 11. G. Betz and E. T. Porter, of • j Pueblo, Colorado, send ua late copies 1 of Colorado papers. Be patient. In a little while We will forget that it ever happened. With regard to the truancies of our B. & 0. mail service we propose a commissian de lunatico inquirendo. The county treasury appears to be in a healthy condition. See Mr. Wel 'ington’s second quarterly statement elsewhere printed. Henry has neglected Flintstone. '•Novcott" says the Cumberland In dependent lias a circulation there “larger than all other papers combin ed." Possibly because the C. /. es teems itself the one and only genuine organ of the grangers. Distributing the School Tax.— The comptroller has made the quar terly distribution of the dublio school tax. Allegany gets $4,373,98 for white schools and $1*17.97 for colored. Garrett gets $1,525 67 for white schools and sl6 12 for colored. Died. —At Midland mines, on Thursday, October 12, 1882, Fran cis Pai l Ennis, son of Frank F. ana Mary G. Eanis, aged 1 year and 9 months, Mr. Maher, of Ocean, lost two chil • dren last week with diphtheria. The Mails.—Tuesday's Baltimore mail reached Froatbnrg Wednes day afternoon—24 hours late. No body knows where the crazy stuff went to, or how it got back. Reckon there was a new mail agent who thought Frostburg, Md., was next doer west of Fon du Lao, Wisconsin ! Religious.—Rev. Page Milburn, who lately returned to bis charge, Mt. Savage, Maryland, Methodist Episcopal church, has been compelled by his health to give up work again. Rev. Hobart Smith, of Baltimore, has i been appointed in his stead. Services at 101 o’clock to-morrow (Sunday) morning at St. John's P. E. church. Of all thi large fisli stories the Frost ' burg Journal’s lake the palm. Its st->ry cant be bo “beat” when it says Mr. Qra- I aim loft one at that.office weighing 10 | pounds.—Cumberland Times. Mr. Graham did not leave a “fish” ( or "story” at this office that “weighed JO pounds,” but he left a “Climax” | beet here of that weight. We fear ! brother Taylor had just gotten home from lodge wlieu ho prepared the above mixture. The county commissioners have he‘ s n in session during the week. Routine business mostly. The fol lowing are of local interest; Mr. N. S. Frost, collector of the Thud collection district, submitted a report of a number of insolvent cases, : amounting to slll. An appropriation of S4O was made | for the repairing of Rooky Hollow read in District No. 13. The sum of $190.70 was ordered to I be levied for work done on the Spruce j bridge, on the National pike. The Dead.—The death of Mr. Philip Pindle is referred to elsewhere by an obituary correspondent. In addition to the details given, it may ; ha stated that his funeral last Monday was largely attended, including dele gations from the three lodges cf Odd Fellows, of which order he was a member. The same correspondent has fur j nished a notice of Mrs. A. M. Ward's i death, which will appear next week. The remains of this estimable lady were interred last Sunday, after fnn \ cral services in the M. E. Church, I South. A large concourse of fiiends | attended. ! Georges Creek Coal— Weekly j Statistics of Shipments. —The record ! of shipments from the mines of the j Georges Creek coal region for the week ending Saturday, Oct. 7th, 1882, closed as follows ; To, nl tons for week 44,037 “ “ “ year 900,077 Decrease under corresponding pe riod last year 000,574 Total tons m 13. & O R. lor week 18,835 “ " “ “ “ year 038,940 Decrease under corresponding pe riod last year 378,043 | Total tons to C.& O Canal for week 18,503 “ “ “ “ “ year. 128,555 Decrease under corresponding pe riod lust year 325,700 Total tons to Pa. R. for week.... 0,389 “ “ “ “ “ year 131,095 Decrease under corresponding pe riod last year 04,80(1 Total tons skipped over C. & P. R. for week 38,037 Over same for year 597,305 Tola) tons skipped over Q. C. & C. R fur week 11,073 Over same for year 100,177 Heaviest skippers last week— 1, Consolidation. .tons 8,867 3, Now Central... - “ 7,133 8, W. Va. Central. “ 8,003 4, American “ 5,033 3, Borden “ 4,144 0, Maryland “ 5,254 None of tbo others skipping over 8.000 tons. Heaviest skippers this year— 1, Consolidation,. .(Ions) 344,775 2, W. Va. Central. “ 191,807 8, New Central... “ 100,590 4, Georges Creek.. “ 80,724 5, Maryland Union “ 58,057 None of tbo others skipping over 50,000 tons. This office will be open every even ing next week until 9 o’clock. Obituary. Died—At the residence of Mr. F. Bar nard, in this place, of consumntion,on Ike 7th of October, 1883, in ike 39tk year of bis age, Mr, Pmnir Pindle. Mr. Pindle was bom In this county. In 1801 bis father, Mr. A. T. Pindle, moved to Howard county, M l , where Philip resid ed until about three years ago, when he returned lq this place- Ho was a young man of noble character j modest and retir ing in manner, yta genial and pleasant in society and devoted to ids friends. About two years ago be was converted to God and united with the M. E. Church, South. Since that lime tic has been a con sistent member, which means more than formalism. He was a spiritual Christian, and wl.en be came to die lie seems to have bad nothing to do but “lay id s bend on Jesus’ breast and breathe bis life out sweetly there.” The writer has stood by several death-beds, but never lias seen such a triumphant departure. . He certain iy bad death under bis feel, Xhouirh suffering intensely lie did not si chi’, during the last few hours, to notice it. He gave directions concerning his burial and some business matters, and awaited the end. Just as be was dying he turned and said : “There are lots of them at the door.” Wlieu asked— “Doyou recognize any of them ?” He answered— “My sister.” “Do they look happy?” “O, so happy-! There are lots of them 1” “Arc they robed in while?” But with Hint breath lie was cone. His body sleeps until the resurrection— “Auleop in Jonas, oh*K*etl sleep, From which none ever wake to weep.” c. Business Locals. <'onsmii|tlou. —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 cureless about an ordinary cough or cold, ami other symptoms ol threat and lung atf -elions that lead to this disease. You should arrest it while in the germ. Two or three doses of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup will relieve an ordinary cough or cold. It does not dry up a cough like many preparations on the market ami leave the disease behind it, hut acts directly on the throat and bronchial lubes, removing all the phlegm and morbid matter that ac cumulates in the thicat and lungs. It al lays all irritation, and renders the voice clear and distinct. Sold by Thomas Mc- Neill, Druggist, Frostburg, Md. [Aug3-y Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the hack, bans and low er part of theahdonicn, causing the patient to suppose lie lias some affection of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indigestion are present, as flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture, like perspiration, producing a very disagreeable itching, particularly at nigiit after getting warm m hod, is a very common attendant. Internal, External and Itching i’iles yield at once to the applica tion of Dr. Bosanko’s Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts affected, absorb ing the Tumors, allaying the.intense Itch ing, and effecting a permanent cure where all other remedies have tailed. Do not de lay until tl;c drain on the system produces permanent disability,hut try it and be cured Price, 50 cents. Ask your druggist for it, and when you canuot obtain it ol him, we we will send if, prepaid, on receipt of price Address The Dr. Bosanko Medftunc Co., Piqua, Ohio. Sold by Thomas McNeill, j DniLgist, Frostburg, Md. [Aug 5-y ! Iliits! Illats Hats !—The latest novelties in men’s, boys’ami youths’ hats, at C. Hartman’s. Fight Weeks Treatment for SI.OO. Tltis great discovery Is curing hundreds daily. A sure and speedy cure for Bronchitis, Quinsy, Catarrh, Asthma, Consumption, Hemorrhage of the Lungs, Loss of Voice, Weakness or Soreness of ttie liungs or Chest, Hoarseness, Coughs or Colds, Sore ’1 hroat, or any disease of the Throat, Head or Luugs of uo matter how long standing. Dcnstcn’g “Antimorbiflc,” or Throat, He..d and Lung Remedy never fails; try one box and be cured Sent by mail with testimonials on receipt ol SI.OO per box or 0 boxes tor $5.00. Mention Inis paper. Address DENSTEN & CO , Jiilyts-y Woodbury, N. J. Free of Cost.—By calling at Thus. McNeill's drug store, you can get a sample bottle of Dr 80-anko's Gotten and Lung Syrup, which will relieve the most ohsttu ate Cough or Cold, and show you what Hie regular 50-cent size will do. When troubled with Asthma, Bronchitis, Dry, Hacking Cough, Cuius in the Chest, and all diseas es o*’ the Throat and Lunas, try a sample bottle of this medicine. [Aug 5-y TntTa Pills aangar Mum.— Tutt’s Pills are now covered with a va nilla sugar coating, mailing them ns pleas ant to swallow as a little sugar plum, and rendering them agreeable to the most deli cate stomach. They cure sick headache and bilious i colic. They give appetite aud flesh to Hie body. They cure dyspepsia and nourish the system. They cure fever aud ague, costiveness, etc. Sold everywhere. 25 cents a box. July 15-0 m Sew Advertisements. NOTICE. ON the sth of October, 1883, about 9 p. ro., a LOT OF GOODS was thrown in a window ol my residence at the coke yard, about occ-half mile north of Pompey i Smash. The goods wore all new except i one piece, including a bolt of red flannel. Any person losing these goods can have ’ them by calling at my residence, describing property and paying charges. The goods I arc supposed to have come from a store house. FRED. KNIPPENBERGER, r Oct 14—8 t _ ! Until December First! 1 S’O REDUCE MY STOCK I WILL 1 a SELL . Monuments,. Tombstones, Coping, j Iron Fences, Mantels, Grates, 1 Terra Cotta Pipe, Ohimnoy Crocks, Calcined Plaster, - AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. 7 Call at my works, examine my stock and ) you will lie convinced that lam t OFFERING RARE INDUCEMENTS. r A. H. AMICK, 1 10 aud 13 S. Centre Street, Oct 14-tf Cumberland, Md. New Advertisements. ESTABLISHED 1851 Wanted I— Every Miner and Frostbnrger to know that S. T. LITTLE & SONS’ Famous Jewelry Store, 108 Baltimore Street, Cumberland, Md., IS HEADQUARTERS FOR DI4MONDN, Hold and Silver WATCHES and CHAINS, UINUS, HKACELETS, NECKLACES, and JEWELRY of every deNCriptlon. SOLID SILVER and PLATED WARE, CLOCKS, SPECTACLES, OPTICAL GOODS, Ac. The tinest WATCHMAKERS ami JEWELERS ouly are In our employ. Every article and piece of work warranted. Orders solicited from everywhere. Large Stock, Finest Display, Lowest Prices ty GERMAN SPOKEN. Tlie death of Samuel T. Lillie made no change in our business. [Oct 14 Miscellaneous Advertisements. J. SEMMES DeVECMON, Attorney-at-Liiw, .lan—v MIL SIMS HOUSE, l JIEDMONT (Baltimoreand Chloral I oad,) Wosrt Virginia, Nov 7 J.P A.KNTLER Prop’r_ D J. BLACKISTON, .TAB. K. BLLKQOOD BLACKISTON & ELLEGOOD, Attorneys-at-Law, 3 Washington St., Cumberland, Md. Apr O-y _ Horticulture! Floriculture! THAVE on hand and for sale at ray Tredegar Gardens and Green Houses, near Allegany Cemetery, all de criplions of SEASONABLE Plants, Flowers and Vegetables. May 13 WM. H. EVANS^ ROGERS The HAS RETURNED,bringing with him Several New Novelties in his line. Call at his Gallery and see them Gel Your “Lookness Took*r.” By Instantaneous Process, Lightning Shutters, etc. [Ang 80 ( Oil r stmas Goods, Buy Yourj cbrlltmM BUY TOUR Bridal Presents of W. F. A. WOODCOCK, QQ BALTIMORE ST., Cumberland Ovd Md., next door to 3d National Bank Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Necklaces), Rings, Ac. A Magnificent Slock! LOW PRICES! IST Please call early and avoid the rush. [Deo 10—4 m THOMAS’ Boot, Shoe, Hat and Cap EMPORIUM. The Latest Novelties in Boots and Shoes arc now displayed on my counters. Every style of GENTLEMEN’S HATS AND CAPS AT LOW PRICES. I also keep constantly on hand a large supply of Leather and Shoe Find* lugs*. An inspection of my stock before purchasing is requested. TRUNKS A SPECIALTY. WILLIAM THOMAS, Main street, Frostburg, Md. j gyAgent for the Peerless Remington ! Sewing Machine. [Mny7-tf Fine Dentistry. I DR. L. ILWILSON’S NEW SYSTEM OF EXTRACTING TEETH WITHOUT PAJN, No. 17 North Liberty Street, CUMBERLAND, Ml). BEAUTIFUL and durable operations on Natural Teeth. Bad breath cured. Artificial Teeth inserted without covering the cutlre palate. Light, natural and com firtablo artificial appliances for sunken cheeks, and facial detormi'ie*. Old loose and broken sets repaired while waiting. Office open every night until 10 o’clock. Fifteen years of practical experience and a graduate of the Baltimore College <.! Dental Surgery. Feb lf-y Photography MUST TAKE A BACK SEAT VS long ns I can furnish the finest Crtc-€l-ViBitv, CABINET, IMPERIAL, and PANEL PICTURES At Cheap Prices. At my establishment on Broadway can be found all sty lea of Cards, Frames, Ohromos, Ac.; in tact anything to bo found iu a first-class art emporium. Now is the time to order your pictures. A A. ROGERS, Apr 39-y Broadway, f rostburg, Md. Books! Books! WALTER B. SPILL f JBSPECTFULLY call the attention of Li the citizens of Frostburg and vicin ity to his large and handsome assort ment of Genuine Novelties To be found in no other establishment in town. His stock consists of iho latest American and Imported Attractions in the way of TOYS. Also a complete line of ALBUMS— Photograph, Autograph and Floral. CHINA GOODS ' Of every dcsciiption for the escoitoiro ; BOOKS entertaining and instructive; School Books a specialty. HUNDREDS OP NOTIONS. Would also ask an inspections of my PICTURES, fully believing that yon will 1 purchase before leaving. Nuts, Fruits and Choice Confectionery always on baud. WALTER B. 8 PILL, Mala Street, Frostburg, Md. 1 JanOlf Found at Dans Rock YYCTOBER 2d, a lady’s NECKLACE. V." The owner can have the article by giving correct description and paying charges. Apply at the JOURNAL OFFICE, Oct 7 Frostburg, Md. ~ SFo JSL ken t , PAUL’S OPERA HOUSE STOREROOMS, —AMD—— ROOMS on 3d tluoi,suitable for Offices- Apply to TUOS. U. PAUL, Marti Frostburg, Md. NIGHT SCHOOL Open Tuesday Kven’a:, Oct. 10, 1882. FOUR NIGHTS A WEEK. SI per Month. BACH PUPIL FINDS HIS LIGHT, Apply to— Miss ALLIE R. HARTZELL, Oct 7-tl Frostburg, Md. NOTICE TO THE NATIONAL LABOR GREEN BACK VOTERS OF ALLEGANY COUNTY, MD.: VT'OU are hereby requested to meet in \ L Primary Convention in your respect ive Election Districts on Saturday, Ortohrr 14, ISS2, To elect FIVE DELEGATES to represent each (list; let iu the County Convent on to be held in Foresters' Hall, Frostburg, Md., on Tuesday, October 17,1883, at 11 o’clock a. m., for ihe purpose of nominating can didates lor tlie various offices To be filled at the coming election. Bv order of the COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Sept 30 [County papers pleise copy.] AGENTS fob Heroes of the Plains. WANTED Hr J. W. Buell. EMBRACING the Lives and Wonderful Adventures of Wild Bill, Buffalo Bill, Kit Carson, Cpt. Payne, Capt. Jack, Texas Jack, California Joe, and othet celebrated Indian Fighters, Scouts, Hunters and Guides. A true historical wotk of thrill ing adventures on tlie plains, and in west ern progress and civilization. Fights w ith Indians I Grand Buffalo Hunts! Desperate Advei lures! Narrow Escapes! W( nder (ul Shooting and Riding! Wild Life in the Far West! fyiOO illustrations! 16 Full page Colored Plates! A grand book for agents. Ou'sells cverythiug. 548 pages, ]rice $3. Agent’s complete outfit 00 cents. Outfit.and copy for $3. ty Write at once lor agency, or terras and illustrated circu lars to N. D. THOMPSON & CO., Pub lishers, N. W. Cor. Bth aud Broadway, New York. [Sept 30-8 t TIJSM-OV -A.L I Notice to My Patrons! HAVING removed my Tailoring Es tablishment to Grantsville, Md., I would state to my patrons and the citi zens of Frostburg generally that I WILL BE IN FROSTBURG First Monday After Pay IN EACH MONTH With a fine sample of goods for the pur pose of receiving orders for suits of Cloth ing. A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED or money refunded. A. LOEWENSTEIN, Feb 25-1 f Grantsville, Md. $ I 0.00 REWARD I MUI ove REWARD will be given for 1 POSITIVE information that will IN EVITABLY lend to the DETECTION, All 11EST and CONVICTION of any par ty, "f p riles, known to DEFACE, RE MOVE, or in any manner to wantonly or unlicieosly TAJIPEI vith my Advertlglng Niga cards. FRANK C. BEALL, •Mammoth” Hardware, Wooden Ware and Stove Store, Lowndes & Clary's old stand. Fob t Frostburg, Md. MUSIC for~EVER VJiODY. IVfIIEK.RII-.la’S INGENIOUS METHOD. [COPYRIGHT SECURED.] FOR starting Children and others in the culture of Music. It overcomes the drudgery of learning the elements ol Mus t Ic by pleasant amusement. This new , method teaches you all about the Musical Staff, Degrees of the Staff, Clefs, Notes and Resit, Scale, intervals of the Scale, Loca tion of Letters ou the Staff, aud their re lation lu the Keys of the Instrument. ’ (This is very important with children.) Flats and Sharps and their use. AH the different Keys, how to form Chords or musical words. It teaches the syllables, > Do, Re, Mi, etc., in singing. It contains a ; complete musical catechism. It Is mnllum in pirw. All this is learned while the learner Is amusing himself by playing fa , miliar tunes. Persons with no musical i talent may play the tunes, as the guide is such that ho cannot strike the wrong key. Full directions aud lour pieces of music ' accompany the Method. Sent by mail fur sl. Address, CHICAGO PIANO CO., 78 80 Van Huron bt., Chicago, 111, Sept 30-3 m