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Hitchius Bros’ Column.
“That Shirt OF MINE !” Ever since Adam was forced to jo Into ttie Clothing Business It has been tbe aim of man to ha ye a GOOD FITTING SHIRT! How often Lave wc heard men complain ing of uncomfortable, bad-fitting shirts,, and many is the time we have approached men on business and their shirts fitted so badly, tbe bosoms stuck up so high in their faces that you would almost have to go behind them and look over their should ets to talk to them. It has been a wonder for a long while why, in olden times, they built the pulpits so high in churches. It is thought, by some, it was dim* so that the good old brethren might see the 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 if is their bad-fitting shirts that won't allow them to bend the knee. It is true there have been great improvements made in the cut and fit of shirts in tbe last 10 to 15 years, but it remains for “That Shirt of Mine” to fill the 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 may fall down, roll over, stand on your head if your will, But the fit of tbat shirt will be with you still.” WIVES, If you love your husbands (and of course you do) come at once and buy them a set of Ihtse Shirts. HUSBANDS, If you love your wives—well, you had better 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 sate money and be happy buy EIGHMIE’S Patent Shirts of your humble servants, who are the sole Agents for this vicinity. It Caps the Climax and is what everybody has been trying to get for years. EIICHINS BEOS. THE MINING^ JOURNAL. J. B. ODER, Editor and Proprietor. Joseph Womsi.ky, Agent at Eel.hart. Extra copies, - - - 5 cents, —for sale by W. L. Annan, Frostburg. i Office,MuinSt.,Kltchlnsßros. Building 1 TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION ; One Copy, one year, in advance $1 50 •• “ six months. “ 16 Betvspnper Lairs, 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered wishing to continue their subscription. 3. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their paper, the publisher may continue to tend them until all arrears are paid. 3 If subscribers neglect or refuse to ( take tbeir papers from tbe office to which they are directed, they arc held responsible until they have settled tbeir bills and or dered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers more to other places with out notifyiny the publisher, and the papers are sent to the former direction , they are held responsible, 5. The courts have decided that refusing to take papers from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is prma facie evidence of intentional fraud. 6. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it, whether be Ims or dered it or not, is held in law to be a sub scriber. 7. If subsciibers pay in advance, they are bound to give notice to the publisher, at the end of their time, if they do not 1 wish to continue taking it; otherwise, the publisher is authorized to send it on, and the subscriber will be responsible, until an xpress notice, with payment of arrears Is paid. FroHtbnrg, Oct. 21, IHS2. “A. L.,” from Eokhart, will appear next week. The persimmon crop is abundant, which old people say ie a sure sign of a cold, hard winter. Surveying Coal Lands. —Mr. T. L. Patterson has been engaged sur veying tbe extensive lauds of the Consolidation coal company. A Hydra-Headed Cabbage.— Mr. Alfred Jeffries, of this place, raised in his garden a stalk of cabbage carrying six well developed heads. It is a cu riosity. Transfers of Rial Estate.— Virginia McCulloh to Thos. MoCahan, lots 8 and 9 of G. W. McCulloh’s ad dition to Frostburg, $240. P. J. Gallagher aud J. T. Roney to William Farrell, part of lot 6, Mt. Savage, $450. Narrow Escape. —John Hitchius, Esq., mail agent on the Cumberland and Pennsylvania railroad, walked over the aide of one of the bridges be tween Westernport and Piedmont in the darkness of Friday night of last week. Several severe bruises was the result. An Invention —A Frostburg Lady the Patentee. —Mrs. Nelson Beall, of this place, has recently invented and patented an egg-poaching apparatus. We have not seen fhe device, but learn that it is "just the thing," and highly creditable to the practical genius of the inventress. The Cumberland Times wants the Journal to spell “fish"—f-e-o-t. That's nearly corraot in zodiacal lingo, but it is feared somebody down there has been shot by a howitzer loaded with shad and now labors under the hallucination that a Woman kicked him. We have no sympathy with orthography predicated upon eztra tragic occnrrenciea. Religious. —The 47th annual ses sion of the Maryland Baptist Associa tion was held in Baltimore this week, beginning Tuesday. Rev. William 0. Petty, of Frostburg, and Messrs. D. W. Bussard and Jesse J. Arnold, of Eckhart, were reported in the list of delegates. Seivices at 10} o’clock to-morrow (Sunday) morning at St. John's P. E. church. 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 cf three acts will be an interesting feature, a a's 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 particuars are given by handbill. New Advertisements. —The an nouncement made this week by Frank C. Beall, the skillful advertiser as well as hard-to-beat hardware man, should receive due attention from all our mechanical and household economists looking for a full stock fo select from. Much the same may be said of B. i Stern & Co., who cater to popular needs in the way of dry goods and kindred lines at prices astonishingly low. A. A. Rogers is up from a sick bed and issues a cordial invitation to the public to come in sections of from one ; to a dozen and have its picture taken | Prof. Hinkley invites you to attend his Lecture on Phrenology this even ing at Paul’s Opera House. Political Newr— Convention and Mass Meetings. —The republicans will hold public meetings as follows : Westernport—Monday next, 83d. Cresaplotcn— Wednesday, 3.11 b. Frostburg— Thursday, 26th. Jit. Savage— Friday, 27th. Bonacomng— Saturday, 2Stli. Barton —Tuesday, 31st. Westernport— Wednesday, Nov i. Hon. L. E. McComas ai. 1 other speakers will address the people. Congressional Convention. —The del egates elected Saturday last to tho Congressional convention of the Na tional labor party for the 6th district of Maryland met in Foresters Hall, this place, on Tuesday. Joseph Logsdon, of this county, chairman of the county executive committee, called the convention to order, and J. A. Martin, of Allegany ; David White, of Garrett, and S. M. Sohiudel), of Washington were ap pointed a committee on credentials. This committee subsequently reported the following list of delegates as en titled to seats in the convention : AUegany, 80. B—Henry Cook, J. J. Laughlin, Joseph Logsdon, Charles Logs don. 80. 9—Win. Logsdon, Charles Risen trout, James Park. 80. 10—James Meager, Stewart Dunn, James Darn ley, James Martin. 80. 11—Geoige Ho* ken, Matthew Rowcy Joseph Moody, John Stoddart, Conrad Baker. 80. 13—Wm. B. Baird, R. W. Thomp son, John A. Shaw, J. P. Moody, Philip Blake. 80. 15—Robert Patrick, R. W. Price, Robert Garner. Oarretl —D. B. White, Daniel Laughlin, Dennis Collins. Washington —S. M. Schindell, B. J. Byers Messrs. Byers, of Washington, aud Laughlin, of Garrett, were chosen permanent president and secretary respectively. Mr. Schindoll addressed the con convention, ond shortly after an ad journment was had for dinner. Upon re-assembling nominations for Congressman were announced as in order. Messrs. A. F. George, of Gar rett ; R. W. Price, of Allegany, and B. J. Byers and S. M. Schindell, of Washington, were severally named. The three latter declined, whereupon Mr, George was declared the nomi nee. Some discussion ensued over a prop osition to endorse certain judicial nominees, but it was decided not to do so. The Chicago platform oi 1880 was reaffirmed, an executive committee appointed and the convention ad journed. The nomination is well received by tbe party. Mr. George is a quiet, plain young man, of intelligent views and fine reputation. J. W. Wilson, of No. 7 ; J. S. Mil ler, of No. 8 : Thomas Gannon, of No. 9 ; Patrick Carroll, of No. 10 ; Albert Hollo, of No. 11; G. H. Arnold, of No. 12 : Robert Brennan, of No. 13, and Patrick Barry, of No. 15, are memberu of the democratic county ex ecutive committee, lately appointed, for their several districts. Hon. Montgomery Blair addressed a mass meeting at Westernport Wed nesday evening. Hon. L. E. McComas passed through Frostburg Tuesday on his way Irom an active canvass of Garrett county, Hon. A. K. Syester was in town Wednesday and Thursday. 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, Oct. 14th, 1882, closed as follows : Toial tons for week 46,274 “ “ “ year 955,351 Decrease under corresponding pe riod last year 099,488 Total lons to B. & O It. for week 35,912 “ “ “ “ “ year 679,859 Deer ease under corresponding pe riod Inst year 381,337 Total tons to C.& O Canal lor week 14,767 “ “ “ “ “ year. 143,333 Decrease under corresponding pe riod last year 217,353 Total tons to Pa. R. for week 5,263 “ “ “ “ “ year. ... 180,357 Decrease under corresponding pe riod last year 95,003 i Total tons shipped over C. & P. It. for w eek 33,388 Over same for year 630,593 Total tons shipped over O. C. & C. R for week 8,307 Over same for year 108,384 Heaviest shippers last week— 1, Consolidation . .tons 10.944 2, New Central... “ 8,191 3, W. Va. Central. “ 4,068 4, Maryland “ 4,073 5, American “ 8,500 0, Qeoigcs Creek.. “ 3,400 None of the others shipping over 3.000 tons. Heaviest shippers this year— 1, Consolidation., .(tons) 255,719 3, W. Va. Central. “ 190,174 3, Now Central... “ 108,781 4, Georges Creek.. “ 84,184 5, Maryland Union " 55,031 6, Maryland “ 53,013 None of the others shipping over 50,000 tons. Feels like "old times”—the "boys” j coming in and paying their subacrip | tion dues. Long may they live to do snob pious service! This office will be open every even ing next week until 9 o'clock. 1 The Methodists are preparing to j I I beautify their chmoh grounds by ' 1 planting shade trees. “No Orders !” is too often the dis couraging remark of the miners when returning home at unseasonable hours In a recent speech ex-Speaker Ran dall said ; If there is to ho any favoritism in legis lation I want labor to have it. Lahore's must haven due share ol the profits which ■ their labor produces. i Certainly; but if Mr. R. resided in ■ this coal region and utter similar sen timents he would be pronounced a , “dmragoguein Cumberland and below a "communist." Telephonic.—The Frostbnrg ex change was removed this week to a ’ building adjoining Peter Payne’s ho -1 tol residence, it having become desir ' able to occupy a room exclusive of other business. The line was introduced in Hitch ins Bro s slore also. This firm now enjoys communication with all the business people reached t.y the Cum ' berland, Frostbnrg and Lonaconing exchanges. A Tale or Two Forts.—A sub scriber at Fort Pendleton, Gar rett county, complains that be does ,• not receive the Journal. Another at Fort Benton, Montana, writes that it reaches him every week. Both are mailed regularly. We mention the matter just as it , cones to us, so that the Postmaster genera! at Fort Pendleton may invos i ligate the efficiency of the star route which runs through “the happy land I of Canaan.” i Circuit CurntT-SUurday' a Proceed ings.—The trial docket was lesumed. No. 20—Michael Nolan vs. William ■ Cavanaugh; Sloan for defendant; Brace for plaintiff ; continued. No. 37—Ella Reynolds vs, Frank ■ lin Building and Loan Association of Allegany county, Maryland; Mc- Henry & Son fo; plaintiff ; continue!. No. 55—Joseph Jandorf use John f Huberner vs. Adam Crouse ; Grove for , plaintiff; McHenry & Son for de , fendant; jury trial; verdict for de . fendant. No. 50—Otto Frey vs. Frank Cara . bine; Grove for plaintiff; Blaokiston & Ellegood for defendant; judgment i for plaintiff. No. 58—Joseph Knode vs. Conrad i and Mary G. Semler; concluded ; ver , diet was given for Mary Semler, one of the delendants," and a verdict against Conrad Semler, the other de fendant, for $104.70. No. Il l— J. N. Willison vs. J. S. , Fazeubaker ; Price for plaintiff; Mc- Henry & Son for defendant ; settled. Cordelia Orndorff was ordered to de discharged Irom the custody of the , sheriff. | The grand jury last Friday indicted John Cropp for mayhem in biting off i Henry Hepron’s ear in Lonaconing a few weeks ago. Uriah Tzer, indicted s.-veral days before for perjury, has been arrested and committjd to jail. Monday. —No. 83—John Watkin son vs. Thomas Somerville ; Sloan for plaintiff; judgment of condemnation.! The grand jury having finished the business before them submitted the following reptut and were discharged : Cumhekland, Md., Oct. 16,1882. To the Honorable, the Judges oJ‘ the Circuit Court for Allegany County : AVe, the grand jury, beg leave to report, having carefully examined a.l wlliiesa.es brought before us and found presentments in all cases where in our judgment the evidence was deemed sufficient to present. We have examined 145 witnesses, repre senting 51 cases; have found 83 indict ments and dismissed It) cases. Wc have visited the jad, and upon examination, ; found it nice and clean and in excellent or der and the condition of the prisoners very satisfactory. It contains 19 prisoners —l7 males and 3 females. We would recommend that a sufficient number oWron bedsteads be furnished for the comfort of the prisoners We have also visted the almshouse and find 58 inmates —28 white males, 28 white females, 1 coloied mala, 8 colored iemalcs and 8 children. Wo have made a thorough examination of the build ing mid found it In good condition mid have (.card nocompiaiuts from the inmates, they all being well and kindiy treated. We would recommend I hat the coat ty com missioners appropriate wiiliout farther de lay a sum sufficient lor the erection of a suitable burn on the almshouse property The grand jury fur the April term made a similar recommendation, but it seems to have been entirely disregarded by the proper authorities. We further report that it gives us pleas ure to refer especially to the cleanliness and general good condition of the court house in ail respects and that great credit is due therefor to the present efficient, ca pable and eucrgetio janitor. Having completed our labors, wo there fore respectfully ask to be discharged. Samuel J. Edwards, Foreman. Tuesday. —No. 72—Wm. E. Head vs, Maryland coal company ; Blaokis ton & Ellegood for plaintiil; A. A. Wilson for defendant; continued. No. 128—Philip Goodman us, Marx Winelaud; Brace & Richmond for plaintiff; J. F. Seise for defendant; continued. Jury was discharged until next Monday morning, when the criminal docket will be taken up. | Eckhart News. —The Consolida tion coal company has nearly comple ted re-modeling the 70-foot barrack into a mammoth boarding-house. Several families from Europe have lately arrived. A valuable horse killed in the slope Monday. Incompetent handling said to bo the cause. The inspector did not order an inquest. dames McFarland and family have removed to Frostbnrg. Mrs. Maggie Thompson, of Lead ville, Colorado, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Henry Boyd, of this place. An Exodus of Good Citizens.— Last Tuesday R. 0. Paul removed his family to Staunton, Va. Thomas H. Paul conttm 1 lates re moving his Frostburg and Cumberland machine shops to Baltimore. L. H. Gehman will remove with his family to lowa next week. Dr. W. H. Rnvonsoraft has sold his real estate to Dr. A. B. Price with a view of locating in Parkersburg, W, Va., at an early day. All these gentlemen are first-class citizens and business men, such as the town cannct afftrd to lose. ORTTUA R I’. Airs. Anna if. Ward, Died —Al her residence in this place, on Friday, October Bth, 1882, Mrs. Anna M, Ward, in the 70th of her age. Mrs. Ward was born December Cth, 1812, al Paw Paw, W. Va. Her maiden name was Easter. On the 20th ol March, 1838, she was united in marriage to William Ward, who preceded her to the hotter land about five years ago. They had seven children, four of whom survive them. Mrs. Ward had not been known to the writer long, yet ho enjoys the strongest assurances that she was a true, high-toned lady, of mat wed Christian character, gen erous ami fully devoted to the right. At the early ago ol eight years she pro fessed faith in Christ ns a personal Savior and united with the M E. Church, where she maintained her integrity until 18(56, when the M. E. Church, South, instituted a society iu Frostbnrg under the ministry of Rev. M. O. Ballhis. She cast her lot with those that formed a nucleus of a church which stands ns a token of God's blessing upon the sacrifices of a few witnesses. Her house was not only the minister’s home, but constituted the church, where tlie Word of Life was expounded to those who cune. To the fidelity of this little bund is due under God the growth and prosperity of the church she loved and served so well. She was an intense sufferer for several mouths witii cancer, the cause of death, yet she did not murmur or complain. The faith by which she lived enabled her to lean upon the strong arm of Christ in tho hours of [lain and the prospect of death. In much patience she possessed her soul, knowing Unit time with her must soon end. When pain forbade sleep she would pray and sing until she became unconscious. In this condition she remained thence until death. Her work on earth is done; now she enjoys her reward. The large concourse that attended her remains to the grave bore testimony to the esteem in which slit was held. In her death the church bus lost a devo led member. > er family a fond mother, and the community a faithful friend. "Ilogiiuo* to .Tonus ou high t Auothoi has entered her rest Another has 'scaped to the sky. And lodg'd lu Immanuel's nreast!” ________________ c. ' Business Locals. Consumption.—lt is suid thrt 50,000 people die annually in the United Slates iilouo from this disease. In some sections ol the com trv one death in every tlir.e is from Consumption. This can bo, and should he avoided j our people are too caioless about an ordinary cough or cold, ami other symptoms ol thr< at and 1 ug aff clions that lead to this disease. You should arrest it while iu 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 I many preparations on the market and leave the disease behind it, but acts directly on the threat and bronchial tubes, removing all the phlegm and morbid mutter that ac cumulates in the thioat ai d lungs It aJ j lays all irritation, and renders the voice dear and distinct. So d by Thomas Mc- Neill, Druggist, Frostburg, Md. [Aug 5-y Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in Hie back.li ins and low ; or part of the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose he has 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 night after getting warm m bod, is a very common attendant. Internal, External and Itching Piles yield at once to the applica tion of Dr. Bosanko’s Pile Remedy, whir h acts directly upon the parts affected, absorb ing the Tumors, allaying tho intense itch ing, and effecting a permanent cure where all other remedies have failed. Do not de lay until the drain on the system produces permanent disability,tun try it and be cured Price, 50 cents. Ask your druggist for it, and when you cannot obtain it ot him, we we will send it, prepaid, on receipt < f price Address The Dr. Bosnnko Medicine Co., Piqua, Ohio. Sold by Thomas McNeill, Druggist, Frostburg, Md. [Aug 5-y UiUh! llatn IliitH I— The latest novelties iu men’s, boys' and youths’ huts, at C. Hartman’s. Klglit Hecks Treatment for SIOO. ThU great d.scovery is curing hundreds daily. A sure and speedy cure' lor Bronchitis, Quinsy, Catarrh, Asthma, Consumption, Uemofrhngo of the Lungs, Lois of Voice, Weakness or Soreness of the Lungs or Chest, Hoarseness, Coughs or Colds, Sore '1 hroat, or any disease of the Throat, Head or Lungs of no matter how long standing. Densten’s “Autimorbilic,” or Throat, Ue..d and Lung Remedy never fails; try one box and be cured. Bent by mail with testimonials on receipt of SI.OO per box or 6 boxes tor $5.00. Mention tins paper. Address DENSTENAsCO, J uly 15-y Woodbury, N. J. Free of Clout.—By calling at Thos. McNeill’s drug store, you can get a sample bottle of Dr. Uo.-anko’s Cougn ami Lung Syrup , which will relieve the most obsliu ate Cough or Cold, and show you what the regular 50 cent size will do. When troubled with Asthma, Bronchitis, Dry, Hocking Cough, Pams iu the Chest, and B. Stern & Co’s Mammoth Announcement. Reasons Why B. Stern & Co THE REGULAR DRY GOODS MERCHANTS AND CLOTHIERS OF FROSTBURQ, Have the Confidence ot the Public! Prints, etc. A large, new lot of dark Calicos at 41 cents s yard. Over 600 pieces of the very best Calicos ft 5 and (1 cents. We sell good Slusllns at 5, 6 and 7 cents, and the very best Masllns at only 8 cents a yard. Our new Ginghams, only 8 cents a yard, arc selling very last, and we advise you to come soon to procure nice, good styles. Good, heavy Kentucky Jeans at 121 and 15 cents a yard. Another new lot of the > Celebrated Virginia Home-Made FLANNELS and BLANKETS, only 85 cents a yard—the best In the county. Good, heavy twilled Toweling only 7 cents a yard. Our DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT is immense 1 Goods in this line arc admired by everybody and sold at very low prices. New Briltlauliiics only 8 cents a yard. Woolen Delaines, in all new shades at 10 cents a yard, surprise everybody. New Brocade Dress Goods, down to 10 cents a yard, will make yon smile. New Woolen Brocade Dress Goode down to 181 and 15 cents a yard. These goods have been sold at 80 and 85 rents. We devote special attention to the Cajhmere trade and we flatter ourselves that we understand the Cashmere business. A good twilled t übhiuere in Black and nil colors for 181 cents a yard. Double-width Cashmeres for 80,35 and 80 cents a yard. A good, heavy all-wool Cashmere only 371 cents a yard. Our 50 cents yard-wide, all-wool Cashmere is actually worth 65 cent*. Rememlier, we have reduced our si-Cashmeres to 75 cents a yard. These goods are sold everywhere for sl. Milks, Sat tills. Velvets, Moire Antique* and an immense assort ment of Dress Trimmings at very low prices. A complete Hue of All-Milk iCilikons half given away. LACES, LACE COLLARS AND FICHUS VERY CHEAP. Our 10-ccuts Lace dollars are very handsome, and those sold at 131 and 15 cents are Sal nobbles and admired by all. BUTTON B. We have the largest assortment of Dress and Cloak Button* and at such low prices as will suit any and all purclrarcrs Another lot of the very best 6-huok Kid Gloves— only $1 a pair. Ladies fine Rnbber Gossamer* reduced to $1.50. Childrens fine Rnbber Gossamers reduced to $1.25. Our Table Linens only 25, 88, 80, 85 and 871 cents a yard—very cheap. We have a beautiful line of Bleached Table Linens— also cheap. Bed Tickings— lo,l3l and 15 cents a yard—the best. Our 10-ceuts Canton Flannel Is actually worth 181 cents. Ladies dark Stockings only 10 cents a pair. Children’s All-wool Hose— lo,lßl, IS and 20 cents. A very extensive line of Ladies and Gentlemens Undergarments at very low prices. Clark’s 4, 0. Sf. T.” Spool Cotton— 6 for 25 cents, A tremendous assortment of Ladies and Childrens Cloaks at $1.75 and SB. Ladies Cloaks, handsomely trimmed, only $2.50 and $3. Ladies Cloaks, light and dark, at $4, $5, $5.60, $6 and $7. We have a very large and fine assortment of good, bonest. and reliable CLOTHING For Men and Boys, all marked in plain figures, and which we guarantee you to Ire cheaper than sold by anybody ehe in the county, or you can return the goods and your money will be returned as cheerfully as received. We would like you to see our stock and prices, for we think we can please you in both particulars. B. SiiiiiiN & CO., Oct 31-tf Main street, Frostburg, Sid. all diseases o r the Throat and Lumr, try a sample bottle of this medicine. [Aug 5-y Tutl’s Pills asugar Plum.— Tdtt’s Pills are now covered with a va nilla sugar coating, making them as pleas ant to swal'uw a-a little-ugar plum, aud rendering them agreeable to the most deli | cate stomach. They cure sick headache and bilious colic. They give appetite and flesh to the body. They cure dyspepsia and nourish the system. They cure fever and ague, costiveness, etc. Sold everywhere. 25 cents a box. July 15-0 m New Advertisements. NOTICE. HAVING determined to remove from Frostburg, I hereby notify ALL per sons indebted to mu to Pay Up I' l Full. Many accounts are of long standing and lullrtt be |>ll for 1 need the money bod.y and shall therefore exi cct prompt payment. W. H. KAVENBCRAFT. Let 21-tf "GOOD ~PKfUREST TS7E are again at our post and expect a T Y Just-Class Assisiant toiulp us keep up our largely increasing business. We use the new process (Lightning). Sittings made iu a flash—no staring a.ul no head rests. Bring along the babies; they can’t move toe quick for us. All desiring good pictures of any dais know where they can be suited. Every body come and see us, come early aud often. A. A. ROGERS, Oct 21-tf The Artist. ORDER NISI. A. E. Fyan et al,, ) vs. V No. 3104 Equity G. W. McCulloh, el al. ) ORDERED, This 20th day of October, 1882, that the sales made and report ed in the above case by Wm. Brace, trus tee, be ratified and coufiimed, unless cause to the contrary be shown on or before the 25th day of November, 1682; provided a copy of this order be published in some newspaper printed in Allegany county onco a week for three successive weeks be fore the 15th day of November, 1882. The report states the amount of sales to be $201.00. THEO. LUMAN, Tiue copy— Clerk. Test: Tuito. Lduxn, Clerk. Oct 21-8 t Know Thyself YOUNG AND OLD should attend PROF. BINKLEY’S AMUSING Lecture on PHRENOLOGY To bo given at PAUL’S OPERA HOUSE SATVBnj.T k vf:\i\n, octobeb gist. Don’t fail to attend if you wish to spend a pleasant evening. Ladies especially should be present at the Lecture, as it Is moral and refined Free examinations are made every Lecture for the amusement of the audience. Doors open at 7p. in.; lee lure begins at 7:30. Admission, 85 cents ; reserved seals,3s cents ; children, 15cents. For private consultation call at the Grand Central Hotel, between W a. m. and 13 m., to-day (Saturday, Oct. 21st.) Oct *l—U ; New Advertisements. BIDS WANTTEIT T7OR 100 CHESTNUT TELEPHONE I P< >LES, 35 feet long and not less than II inches at small end; .'(might, well 1 trimmed and peeled; tJ he delivered on turnpike between Clarysv lie and Frost burg b.jore November 10th, 1883. Also, 150 CHESTNUT TELEPHONE P< iLES, 28 feet long and not loss thi n 0 inches at small end; straight and well trimmed; to be dehvered on connty road between Pekiu and Piedmont before No vember Ist, 1882. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE CO., Oct 21—4 t Cumberland, Md. .iflstvUuceoiix Advertisements. Fine Dentistry. DR. L. bTwILSON’S NEW SYS lEM OF EXTRACTING TEETH Wl I’IIOUT PAIN, No. 17 North Liberty Street, CUMBERLAND, MD. | >EAUTIFUL and durable operations on 1 * Natural Teeth. Bad breath cured. Artificial Teeth inserted without covering the entire palate. Light, natural and com -lit 1 able artificial appliances for sunken .'ks, and facial deformities. Old loose ami broken sets repaired while Waiting. Office open every ulght until 10 o’clock. Fifteen years of practical experience aud a g- aduateof the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. Feb 11-y THOM AN’ Boot, Shoe, Hat and Cap ESPOttll'E. The Latest Novelties in £oots and Shoes arc now displayed on my counters. Every style of CIEMTUBMEM’S HATS AMD CAPS AT LOW PRICES. 1 also keep constantly on hand a large supply of Leather and Shoe Find ings. An inspection of my stock before purchasing is requested. TRUNKS A SPECIALTY. WILLIAM THOMAS, Main street, Frostbnrg, Md. I3PAgent for the Peerless Remington Sewing Machine. [May7-tf Until December First! po REDUCE MY STOCK I WILL 1 SELL— Monuments, Tombstones, Coping, Iron Fences, Mantels, Grates, Terra Cotta Pipe, Chimney Crocks, Calcined Plaster, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. CMI a my works, examine ray stock and you will b: convinced that lam Ul PEKING RAKE INDUCEMENTS. A. H. AMICK, 10 and 12 B. Centre Street, 1 Cot ti-U Cumberland, Md.