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O. JAKRETT & BRO. Have added to their Furniture Business, UNDERTAKING They are fully prej ared to supply Coffios, 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 tai teful manner. We have recently purchased an ELEGANT HEAKSE—the finest in the county—with which wo will deliver COFFINS, etc., purchased from us, Free of Charge / Orders by telegraph promptly filled. [Sept 18-y FURNITURE! FURNITURE! '! HE PLACE TO BUY FURNITURE AT A BARGAIN IS AT THE NEW i ESTABLISHMENT OF C[ Mini/Ei MAIN STREET, ■■■ 11111 IlliiLj opposite M. Wineland’s Clothing House. Walnut, Poplar and Cherry Chamber Suits. A magnificent Display of Hand some Parlor, Diningroom, Bedroom and Hull Furniture. Cabinet Making in all its brandies. ■ 1 would call your attention to my $ $ Undertaking Department. ” MHulio, Walnut and Rosewood Caskets in ic. illius Burial Robes and Shrouds ot all s&!■■ .i, descriptions always on hand. i have the finest Hearse in Western iWpl v eif-t Maryland and at all funerals I attend person -1 /v VT s f/,,V,-',jry ally thereby relieving the relatives of the de - censed of till trouble in the premises. Call ami inspect my stock and gel low prices for what you want. Mar 4-tC C. F. NICKEL. Georges Creek and Cumberland E. E. PASSJWO&'JI TRAINS. (,'otiimcuciug Sunday, Sept. 10, 18S3. (By Philadelphia lime, which is 5 minutes earlier limn Baltimore time.) Daily, Sundays excepted. LEAVE CUMBERLAND— For Lonaconing, (i.OO a, m., 0.00 a. in. ami 3 45 p. in. LEAVE LONACONING-- For Cumberland, 7.3(1 a. in. and 12.15 ami 5.15 p. m. Sunday Trains. LEAVE CUM BE I! LAND- Ed i Lonaconing, 9.00 a. m. and 3.45 p. m. LEAVE LONACONING— For Cumberland, 13 30 p. m., and 5.13 p. in. Dan’s Rock Excursionists, on returning to Cumberland, leave Vale Summit at 12.40 and 540 p. in. on week days, and at 13,55 and 5.40 p. m. on Sundays. . JAS. A. MILLIIOLLAND, Sept 10 General Manager. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, (BEDFORD DIVISION.) ON and after Jan. 23,1832, Passenger Trains arrive and depart as follows; - ~ ,—LEAVE , STATIONS. ,—ABKIVIt —. Mail. Exp. Exp. Mail. A. M. P. M. P. M. I’. M 830 215 Cumberland 105 10 25 001 249 llyudman 12 31 951 a. it. 10 05 350 Bedford 11 30 850 P. M. 12 25 (1)5 Huntingdon 910 030 340 7io Altoona 745 12 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. I A. M. 735 25 1 Philadelphia 11 30 11 25 10 35 Ol i Mew York 800 1 755 *—AUHIVE-—' <—LEAVE —' MOTE.—Time here given is Pennsyl vania Railroad (Philadelphia) time, which live minutes faster than Baltimore time. No change of ears between Cumberland and Huntingdon. Through oars between Huntingdon and Philadelphia, New York and Pith burg. Passengers from points east ot Uyndman, for Somerset, take Ex press train west; change cars at llyndmau, and arrive at Somerset at 4.55 p. in. Tickets sold and baggage checked by PETER NOON, Agent, corner ol Balti more and Liberty Streets, Cumberland, and at the depot. ’Bus will call at resi dences for passengers and Luggage, on notice left u ilb agent. ,T. R. WOOD, General Passenger Agent. Titos. A. Roberts, Superintendent. Jan 28 Cumberland A Pennsylvania Railroad m:w runs table 'l'( > TAICE EFFECT i. Monday, Nov. iS, 1880. PaSsi ngertralns leave Cumberland at 9.15 a. m. and 3.40 p. m. Froslbntg, east, 7.10, a. si., and 13.42 P. M. “ w cal, 10.12, “ “ 4.10 “ SCHEDULE: .—LI-.AVI; STATIONS r-ABIUVK—, A M IA. Jf. |A. M. h M 0.15 111,40 Piedmont 111.15 5.45 0.30 | 11.55 Barton 10.58 5.25 1 r. st. 0.40 i 12.10 Lonaconing I 10.42 5.12 0.55 12 25 Ocean 10.20 4.57 7.10 | 13.42 Froslburg | 10.13 4.40 7.40 lIV Ml. Savage I 0.40 4.14 7.4 - 1.19 Barrel ville 9.40 4.08 VUU I 1.30 C. dIP. Junction I 9.29 3.55 *sl 1.46 Cumberland | 9.15)3.40 -AllHlVft— • >— LEAVE —' P. L. BURWELL, 27 General Superintendent. pallia J sioco \Ti;i paid if any Impurities or mineral § ■ nbstancos arc found in I'hiuna, or tor any a <.‘oso it will noiruroorlioip.SttS&ißSßSßß . I’Kur.NA is purely a vegetable compound. • It Is not cnuallud Vv any or nllothormcdl- B duos combined. Tula is BtroiiK laiutiioffo. I but ills Imu r Pkiiuna is being: more extensively pro- 9 fl*iibod by honest physicians than any other 6 bulf-dozca remedies known to lliciU ofcHbloii. § Pkuun A positively cures consumption and a ttu other lungnnd heart discuses, tSSSSSSSSm m J For intermittent fever, chills and fever, • dumb ague, Iho I u lalli bio remedy laIM:UUn a. BNo matter whut your disease is, where lo- 9 rated, ho you young or old, male or female, yu;.t <*neo lor I'Jluuna. SmSSISSSSSSSmS m Tell your neighbors and your frlendathat • Pkui’N \ is fbo only remedy, and will cure you uml them, bead for a pamphlet. § B. U. JIABTMA X A CO., Osborn,Ohio. | lar J OUr bowo * s alltl I K ‘ lvi(: oresnsregu- § | Dec 8-y BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. ON aud after May 21,1882, trains will arrive and depart as follows: CTJHUEIiLAND. UUIVK | WHSTUOUND TRAINS | DEPART 12:85 a m No. 24 Express. I I 2:33 a m No. 2 Express. | 3:88 a m (1:51 a m No. 8 Express. 1 7:07 ain No. (i Accom’n. | 0:35 ain 8:15 p m No. 14 Mail. j 3:20 p m 8:27 p m No. 10 Express. | 3:47 p m ARRIVE I EASTBOUND TRAINS | DEPART 1:20 a m No. 3 Express. 1:31 a m No. 23 Express. 3:00 a m 8:15 am No. 19 Mail. 8:20 a m 0:83 a m No. 5 Express. 9:50 a m 4.45 pm No. 1 Express. 6:03 pm j 7:25 p m No. 7 Accom’n. \ Nos. 0,14, 7 and 19 daily except Bun | days. All other trains dally. , | May 37 J. F. LEGGE,Agent. [PITTSBURG"DIVISION.] ON ami after Nov. 29,1881, passenger trains on the Pittsburg Division of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad will run ns follows: Cumberland. WESTBOUND. 8.52 p. in I No. 10 Mail. I 10.00 p. m i' 12.40 a. m j No. 2 Express. | 0.30 a. m ruubafg. BABTBODSD. cnffiriU. ' 8.50 a. m 1 No. 1 Mail. I 2.35 p.m 9.10 p. in I No. 3 Express. ) 2.35 a. m 1 Local accommodation train leaves Cum f berland for Connellsvillc at 0.30 a. in.; re -1 turning arrive Cumberland 7.00 p, in. , On aud after Nov. 20, 1881, trains on the Somerset and Cambria Branch will , run as follows: Northbound Leave . Rockwood at 0.00 a. in. and 12.40 p. m.j ’ Somerset, 030 and 1.15 p. m., arrive Johns : town 8.30 a. in. and 8.05 p m. Soulh ' hound—Leave Johnstown, 9.15 a. m. and : 3.25 p. m ; Somerset 11.05 and 5.15 p. m., ’ arrive Rockwood, 11.40 a. ni. and 5.50 p. ■ I m. All trains run daily. ’ THOMAS M. KINO, General Sup’t. ' E. 1). Smith, Passenger Agent. Deo 3 April Ist, 1879. Rccognl/.ing the 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 these facts and the liberal patronage extended tho“Mallliy” in the past, I deem it but a matter of justice that some discrimination should ho made in their favor. I have thcrclorcccncludod to Ileducethe Price of Board to $2 a day feeling confident that the sumo will betully appreciated by them, and at tlie same time merit and secure an incieased share ot their patronage. Assuring them that nothing will be lett undone that can add totheir comfort during their slay. Rooms without hoard, 75 cents and up ward per day. V. 11. lIOUAN.Prop. Apr 5 GEO. A • WINOEKT, Di'usra’ist, FROST BURG, MD. JJEADQUARTERB for Drugs, Medicines, PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, Fine Toilet A'otious, WALL PAPERS—endless variety of pretty patterns, ' WINDOW t LASS—all sixes, etc. | Prescriptions promptly and carefully compounded. BEALL’S BLOCK, FROSTBURQ, MD. | Mav 7—l f I KENNY HOUSE, Piedmont, West Va., T. KENNY, - Proprietor. ' | MI 18 Hotel Imsouc of the finest Sample 1 Rooms on hue of B. &O. railroad. Oct 8-y llitchins Bros’ Column. HAVE YOU AW ALL-SILK RIBION P Hss bean the inquiry from every person (ora long time put, and If the answer wu ‘NO,’ They would ask— Why don’t you 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 BIBBOMB Instead of the cottony t.ash that every body Is selling. Why Just think of It— a hair and sash ribbon that I bought a fortnight ago looks as though it wero a six-months second-hand article. Such has been the general outcry against trashy rib bons that we concluded to Bay a Stock of the Very Best Quality in GROS GRAINS AND SATINS. In all Styes, Colors aud Shades, they are NOW READY 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 uie a very strong, neat little SLATE, 5x7, at the extremely low price of 1 cents each, aud a SLATE PJEMCIL THROWN IN I NEXT WEEK WE SHALL CALL ATTENTION TO OCR Uulaundered Shirt. LADIES WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE New Fall Styles in Prints We shall adhere to the old rule; FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. HITCHIWS BROS. THE MINING JOURNAL. J. B. ODER, Editor and Proprietor. Joseph Womslky, Agent at Eciihart. Extra copies, - - - 5 cents, —for sale by W. L. Annan, Frostburg. 0 Sice,MalnSt.,Hltehinsßros. Building TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION : One Copy, one year. In advance $1 50 ■* “ six months, •• 75 Fraitburg, (Id. M, 1882. Gray hairs often cause annoyance which Parker’s Hair Balsam prevents by restoring the youthful color. A savage Illinois woman says that for every young wife that cannot cook there is a young husband who will not make fires, carry ashes, split kind ling or shovel snow, and cannot mar ket because he does not know a hawk from a hen. —Salt Lake Tribune. Catarrh. —Relief in five minutes in every case ; gratifying, wholesome relief beyond a money value. Cure begins from first application, and is rapid, radical and permanent. Ask for Sanford's Radieal Cure. Complete for 11. Heartily Recommended.—Don’t condemn a good thing because you have been deceived by worthless nos trums. Parker's Ginger Tonic has cured many in this section of nervous disorders, and we recommend it heartily to such sufferers.— News. Gen. Alexander Boddinot, for merly governor of Louisiana, and who believes N&w Orleans will gain the whole trade of the West and of South j America. Said he, with poetic fer- j vor : “Out a tiee down on the Andes and one at St. Paul and float them on the Amazon and Mississippi, and they will meet somewhere in the Gulf of Mexico." Food for Youno and Old.—Food and medicine for young and old, pre- ! pared without fermentation, from I Canadian Barley, Malt, Hops, Qui nine Bark, etc. Malt Bitters are warranted more nourishing, strength ening, vitalizing and purifying, by reason of their richness in hone and I muscle producing material than all other forms of malt or medicine, while free from the objections urged against malt liquors. Self-Care While Nursing the Sir/. , To those who are called upon to nurae the sick through a long and re ■ Tore illness, it is of the utmest ira ■ portance, not only to themselves, hut to their patient, that their own health ■hould be preserved and their own strength maintained, not only through the critical stage, hut during the peri od of convalescence, sometimes so te diously prolonged. To all such we submit several simple precautions to aid them in preserving their own - health while attending the sick. If the malady of the patient he euch as to cause any marked odor of the breath, or noticeable exhalations from the skin, take care always to sit on that side of the bed or sick person which is opposite to or away from the direction which the tllluvia take to r ward the windows or draft of a fire place. Sit so that their breath, etc., is carried away from you. Da not sit too close to them, or take their breath if you can avoid it. 1 To keep one’s own strength in a case of prolonged care, and particu larly if obliged to sit up all night tor many nights in succession, great hen -1 efit will be derived from taking a warm bath sarly in the morning, and put ting on fresh undor-garments every second morning ; or if the disease he particularly infectious in its nature, it is best to change the underclothing every morning. It will ho found that the warm hath, followed by brisk rubbing of the whole body with a coarse Turkish towel or flash brush, will refresh tho wearied budy almost as much as sleep. At tho same time keep up the appetite and strength by small doses of quinine, two to five grains three times a day, and nourish- j ing diet, with, perhaps, a little wine ' and water occasionally.—Christian 1 Union, 1 —i Miscellaneous Advertisements, LTJNT.Id STEAM BETWEEN BALTIMOKEsItI.IVF.K POOL Calling at HALIFAX and QUEENSTOWN. Each way. The splendid Screw Steamers of the above- Line will run as follows: From Tons. Baltimore AUSTRIAN, - 3000 Tuesday Oct 3 NOVA SCOTIAN, 3300 “ “ 17 HIBERNIAN, - 3000 “ “31 AUSTRIAN, - - 3000 “ Nov 14 And thereafter every fort night. All steamei Bare appointed to leave Bal timore at 9 a. m., on their advertised dates. Steerage Passage to or from Liverpool Londonderry, Glasgow , Queenstown, Bel fast, Bristol, Cardiff, <tec., at Lowest Rate. Very best accommodations for j Steerage and Intermediate Passengers, 1 An experienced surgeon is attached to each vessel. Intermediate and Steerage steward esses carried by eacli steamer for the pur- : pose of attending to the wants of the fe males and children. For further particu lars or passage tickets to and from Great Britain,apply to A. SCHUMACHER & CO..Baltimore; or in Frostburg to J. JANDORF, Sept 80-y Main Street 1 Walter Edwards' Announcement to tho Public. THE FROSTBURG MERCHANT TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT IMS JUST I! EC El I ED A COMPLETE LINE OF PIECE GOODS, IMPORTED -A. IST ID DOMESTIC. Jus/ /run 1 i/itiir mensu re, and ice will guarantee ct PERFECT FIT. . MY STOCK OF General Merchandise HAS JUST SEEN CULL)- REPLENISHED WITH | Seasonable Goods - ~ at - - bottom Prices. From //resen/ in dim Hun s I expect a GRAND RUSH THIS MONTH. CALL AND MARK YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY. REMEMBER THE OLD RELIABLE. WALTER EDWARDS. Oct 7 11. Stern & Co’s Mammoth Announcement. B. STERN & CO. 1 1 A Large, New Lot of DARK CALICOS @. ... - 5 cents per yard , 500 Pieces of tho VERY BEST CALICOS @ - - - - 6 11 “ 11 GOOD MUSLINS down to 0,7 nnd 8 cents per yard—THE VERY BEST HOME-MKDE FLANNELS. We have just received a Large Lot of the VERY BEST VIRGINIA HOME-MADE FLANNELS, which we will sell at 35 cents per yard. , These are the CJIEA PEST and PEST Flannel, ever offered in this aunty I tsr VIIHV CJOO i> !?vi aUI IH Hamgk at 8 cents per yard j The TEU V BEST IsINGHA MS— ■ - Cur DRESS GOODS Department Is COMPLETE at. VERY LOW PRICES-8.10,121 and 15 cents per yard New brocade Dress Goods down to 20 cents per yard WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BLCK f G LORED C SHMERES, Of which wo have a LULL LINE, and which we offer at pine as wmc u will . astonish you / SILKS - SATINS _• VELVETS LACES, I.'AUK COLLARS AND FICHUS •VIEIRTST CHEAP. A FULL ALL COLORS LINS OF ~ivi or 2 V/4 1 )Oj"“ AND NUMBERS, IT VKRY LOW PnilES! BUTTONS - - TrJMf: - ■ BUTTONS I We have a Very Fine Assortment of the Newest Styles of Dress and Cloak Buttons AT PRICES THAT WILL SUIT ANY AND ALL PURCHASERS, | Ver Best 6-hook KBD GLOVES only S1 j OCR DEPARTMENT -IS CHOCK FULL OF GOODS FOR MEN and BOYS, WHICH WE GUARANTEE TO BE i LOWER IN FRIGE THAN ANY IN ALLEGANY COUNTY * Sept 28-tf Miscellaneous Advertisements. Property for Sale. *, (J HOUSES AND LOTS in Froslburg '/ lor saIe—CHEAPI Must bo sold 1 Feb 18—tl JAMES KANE, Agent. Over 5000 Druggists AND Physicians Have Signed or Endorsed the Following Remarkable Document: Messrs.Seabury & Johnson. Manufactur- I lug Chomiats, 21 Platt St., Now York : I Gentlemen : —For the past fo w years wo | have sold various brands of Porous Plas ters. Physicians and tho Public prefer Benson’s Poronn Plaster- to all others. Wo consider them ouo of tho very few reliable household remedies worthy of confidence. They aro superior to all other Porous Plasters or Liniments for external use. | Benson’H C.yprdne Fl.mtor is a genuine Parmaceuticul product, of the highest order of merit, and so recognized by physicians and druggists. 1 When other remedies foil get a Ben son’s Capcino Plaster. You will be disappointed if you ass cheap Plasters, Liniments, Pods or Elec trical Magnetic toys. AHIJRB KF>IKIY AT LAST, “price V*U. MEAD’S Medicated CORN vd BUNION PLASTER. April 1-y STILL. JHEAD ! selling more MONUMEN fS, TOMBSTONES. CEMETERY COPING, WROUGHT-IRON FENCE, MANTELS, GRATES AND TEBUA COTTA PIPE, time nay shop in Western Maryland, Tlie cause is Ibis; Good work at bottom prices and a large assortment to select from. SATISFACTION G UARANTEED. Designs and prices furnished on appli cation. A. H. AMICK, 10 and Id S. Centre Street, July 32-tf Cumberland, Md. I 07 RVER7 BIND CHEAPER THAN EYES. Kilie . Siit'i Clim,. Revolvers, Ammunl lion, J ishing Tackle, SeinoH, huts, (Luivc-i, Itu/ors, Skate*, Hammocks, etc. Large Illustrated Catalogue FREE. GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS, pi Tisjt unoir, j‘A. j wmammasm -jKTXKim Ext^AaaMiwwHwnnß WANTED! I dies nnd Gentlemen, to engage wit it 1. to sell several VMCftll Blouuclioltl X'rolils Large. Labor is light. Exclusive Inventory given. No competl lit, :. i'erins liberal. Circulars l itKK. Address, Hewitt Manufttct g t 0., Box Mtfh, Pittsburgh, Pft. A NEW CURE FOR = ATOpUSS I " AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN. I Bate, sura, cluanlv Aud cheat'. Sample Fiickaga, Post* paid, 30 cl.'. A#F.IiT.S WANTED. Address, | J, XI. Johnston, PltUburh, K*. MUSS GAL INSTRUMENIS of all kinds for sale very cheap. Cutaloguoo free. Address, RICHARD HULL S CO.. Bor. 038, I'ituburgb, Pa. j Apr 2!) 0m J. BUHL, M‘ ’D., FRO ST BURG, MD., HAS confined Ids practice entirely to tho treatment and cure of CON SUMPTION and all diseases of the Respi ratory system, and will positively attend to no (.tlicr cases. Olfiee hours, daily from !) to 11 a. m. (Sundays excepted.) No books kept and cash required fbr medicine. Cases treated by correspon dence. dike at McNeill’s Drug Store. Aug 6-lf j r 2T, ■T’JSPTOXUfIBI——BB3BB x. 1 -A i-i. I. s. It. IKL T fe, 1 1 HA m BALSAM. I ■ | clcgimj | i : article, on ac* I V-. .' of its superior I 1 1 ‘ to l ' lc scalp and liair U j Kesio.’LstiisVouthful Color to Cray or Fadtd Hair I Parker's Hair Balsam is finely perfumed and is I warranted to pr cut falling otthc hair and to ro- I move dandruif nnd itching. Hiscox& Co , N.Y. Bj ] S(Vc. nml $1 sixes, rti dtaleri In tlru;;s an-1 mniSicliic-. J PAMKEirS Giraiouc fi Superlative Health and Strength Restorer. If you aro a mechanic or farmer, worn out with overwork, or a mother run down by family or house* hold duties try Barker's Linger Tonic, If you nro a lawyer, minister or business man haustvd hy mental s train or anxious cares, do not take int(>xicaungiimu!ant3,butmc Parker's Ginger Tonic If you have Consumption, Dyspepsia, Khemna* Ism, Kidney Complaints, or any disorder of the lungs, stomach. bowels, blood or ncrvcs.pAi i:rr*s (Jincmi 1 Tonic will cure you. It is the Greatest Blood Purifier P.nd the Best and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used. If you arc wasting #way from age, dissipation or any disease or weakness and require n stimulant take OiNGRM Ton c at ilvillinvigr rate and build you up from tint first dose hut will nev. r intoxicate. ! It has saved hundreds of lives; it may save vouri CAL’TItA I- J.'. fn*i nil ul<tln>ts, Psi■ 1 Uh . ; • . •*! thu i" irtiiailiuliißniili in tliv> nl, iivuUr*ly rhffmnl • 1 -Talloim fp l . /.-r ulcne. \ iVtircukuto Iliccx A N. Y. 60c. ii J1 r.r at Ovalr in d> ... CI-.r.AT FAVIXO UI'VINO DOLLAR BlrPs. ton CoLuJNii and look tor signature of I ' April 1-t.f.