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THE MINING JOURNAL.
J. B. ODER, Editor and Proprietor. Jo.RPii WoMSLKT, Agent at Eel: hart. Extra copies, •- - 5 ceais, • • -for aale by W Li. Annan, Frotburg. KOlif, flainSt, H ItrhlUHßros.Bnildlntc TERMS OS SUBSCRIPTION: Oar Copy, one yr. iu advance %l 6b • “ tlx months. •• 71 Newspaper Laws. 1. Subscriber* wto do not giro express notice to the contrary, re considered wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If nuh'ribert order the discontinuance of their pape-, the publisher may continue to tend them until all arrears are paid. 3 If sttbscriliers neglect or refuse to take their pit ['em from the office to which they arc directed, they sre held responsible until they have settled their bills and or dered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers move te other places with out n- tifying the publuJ.er, and the papers ore tent to the former direction, they are held responsible. 5. Tin courts have decided that refusing to take papers from the ofllce, or removing aud leaving them uncalled for, is pnma facie evidence i f intentional fraud. 0, Any person woo receives a newspaper and makes esc of it wl ether ho lias or der* I it or not, is held in Jaw to he a sub scriber. 7. If sub-milters pay in advance, they I ar c 1 ouimi to give notice to I 1 e publisher,; at the end of their time, if they do not i wish to continue. Inking it; otherwise,the publisher 1 .mhorizid to send it on, and the subscriber wtll be responsible, until an xpresa nonce, wilb payment of arrears Is paid. Frostlitirti. Jnu. 6, ISMS. The laira—G cd Templar* and Englrdr Baptist—closed last Mond y •votin' aft- rah liday run of eight dvs The re ulti are very satisfao to-y to the baneScitros. Fa: mees and others desiring a p rsteel, lucrative agency busicees by which 6 t-> 20 d dlars a day can be j earned, send ad Ires* at once to H 0. | Wiiki: son & Co , 195 and 197 Foltin 1 Siret, New York. Tin: Successful Baby.—At the bazar for the b nefit of the Lonaco niug fire department, the feature Friday night of last week wai a bal y show. Mr. Harmon Soheidt’e infant took the prze, a silver cap. The holidays passed away with out muoi ado in town or vicinity Cbristm'i and N.-w Year days were specially observed by an almost gen •rai c—artion of labor and suspension of business. The churches improved the occasion as usual by making the little ones happy. Distkeb-ino Mortality.—Three weeks ago today the Journal pub lished a t otice of the death ol Lube EuewOith, . gsd 3 years, 9 mouth* and 5 cays. T. -day it is our painful duty to record the death" of Sarah Catha rine, aped 5 years, 4 nson’hs and 23 days, and William David, aged 7 years, 4 months and 25 days—the former dying on Christmas atd the litter on New Year's mornings—all children of John M. and Annie 11. Zimmt.rly,of this (dace. The ravages o! that fall dicstse, diphtheria, tails Dearly the entire story. Of a little flock of four on.y one is lft—a babe of two year*. The family, so sorely stricken, is (he object oi universal sympathy, Mr. Zatmorly has been on ta: loyee ot ih-i Journal during the la."' S“Veu yearc a d we are thus more tl in ordinarily pained a' the weeping misloitune vhtcli ban over taken him and. hie wife. Geckoes Creek Coal— Weekly BlaUgUc of tihi/imenu. —The record oi shipments from the mines of- the Georges Creek coal i egicn for the * eek ending Saturday, Deo. 30th, 1882, closed at follows : To ut tons for week. 41,368 “ ' “ year 1,512,519 Decrease under corresponding pe rmit Inst year 718,924 Total tons ui 15 & O R. for week 35,9(15 “ “ “ •* year 1,040,709 Dt-t teiife under coircßpondiug pe riod lust year 397,045 Toial tons In O.A O Canal lor week “ “ “ “ “ year. 269,980 Dec-cate under corresponding pe riod lust year 285,375 Total tons to I’a, It. for week.,.. 6,188 “ “ “ “ “ year. ... 185,359 Decrease under corresponding pe riod Inst year 93,240 Total tons shipped over C. & P. R. for imk ~... 28807 Ove- same Ibi year 1,034,195 ! To a tuna shipped over G. C. A C. R for week 7,881 j Over saute lor year 202 479 Heaviest sliij pers last week— 1, Consolidation ..tons 12,605 2, W. Va. Central. “ 5,246 8, Geoigis Creek.. “ 6,0 B ; 4, MarylaudUnion “ ....... 4,018 i 5, Maryland “ 8,6691 8, American “ 3 857! Noun ul the others shipping over 8,000 1 tons. Heaviest shippers this year— 1, Consodduriuu.. .(tons) 409,648 2, W. Vi. Central. “ 264,960 8, New Ceutial... “ 166,979 4, Georges Creek.. “ 149 942 6, Maryland Uuiou “ 100,063 6, Maiyiaud “ 91,296 7, American “ 92,297 1 8, Boiden “ 71,808 9, Poto'iisc " 50,788 None of the others stepping over 50,000 ton*. t I Personal.— Messrs. Jas. Reid and Daniel Houck were respectively re elected Steward of the Alminouae and Court-House Janitor by the County r Comm ssiouer* this week. Both gen tlemen are faithful servant* of the < public and their continuance had beea earned. 1 H. M. Alexander, liquor dealer, has removed from Paul’s building, Main street, to the Ravensuraft building on Broadway, | Mr. T. M. Armstrong, of Bedford Pa., has been attending couit during i the week, spending the nights with his parent* in Frostburg. On motion of Mr. A, Hunter Boyd, he was ad | mitted to practice law in this county, , *nd certain advertisemante elsewhere . printed indicate a business start here which we trust wiil grow rapidly and - largely. | Quite a camber of absent ones spent the holidays at home. We learn with regret that Mr. . Oharle. A. Greene, agent of the Bord i en mining company, will early next , spring abandon that position to enter I the firm of Borden & Lovell, in New \ , York. Mr. Greene’s association with ; our people ha* Lean long and plea*- j ! ant. He is highly esteemed for his I . numerous engaging qualities, and ! | none will part with him, with more j 'pain than those accustoimd to his; consideration as an employer. H.s ' tenure of control over the large inter ests of his company here has been brief, but sufficiently extended to demonstrate that none other could have mere worthily succeeded bis lamented father, the late Mr. A. C. Gresne. The Journal heartily unites with the many who hope that the change to another field will be attended with constant accessions of ( good fortune. Who will succeed him | has not trsns ired. [ M.. Odes Manchester, wife and snn, , ! el Providence, R. 1., are guests of Mr. D. G. Percy, this place, Mr. M's son in-law. Death of an Esteemed You so 1 Lady — Mi-s liu Keller, of this place, 1 died New Yeir'e day. Sue was a na tive of Frostburg and her career oue * of great ere lit to herself and pride to 1 her friends. She owned an ambition which overcame many obstaoloi in , her pathway toward ex;ellence. She ( chose teaching as her prof avion and j through several years of toil (hone in 1 authority over her were aiwavs able to report good resul s. Wherever known she was pep tlar, and by those with whom she mingled she was be loved. A loss to the school and fam ily sneierved.her death will be felt in beth spheres of action. The immedi ate can o of death was heart disease. Those, however, who have obs-rved lately the apparently toilsome journey to and from the school-room and the hectic flush which illumined her cheeks, bugbteuiug as exhaustion progressed, were persuaded that the end could not be far away. The fu neral took place Wednesday a‘ the English Luthe-an church, a large at tendance of sympathizing friends t. a tifying re pect for her memory. By order of Mr. Cochrane the school wsa Adjourned a suitable period. To I hi* considerate observance the touchers added a beautiful pillow of flowers a as a token of afleutionau- memory Mi >s Keller would have been 22 y-urs old during this month. 1 Frostburg s Latest Amusement. —The opening of a skating rink at Odd Fellow's Opera House Wednes day was largely attended, aud quite a number of the uninitiated tri.d j, the experiment o( -hating on wh-eln. The incidents were numerous and exceedingly laughable. Wo wi*b : we felt, at liberty to detail them, especially to name the pr'.i*s con- ' cerned—-ome who appear far more I austere during houis of active business ■ than they did scrambling up Irom | heavy sprawls on the fhior. The J rink, however, hide fair to become u focal point of recreative exercise, > and as the skaters leoomo expert the lui icrous scenes will diminish. For 1 young people—ladies as well as gen- 1 tiemen—the exercise is exhilarating c and enjoyable, so much eo that we < doubt not the rink will become a fixture. The community ie indebted t mainly to Mr. E. B. Rogers, of Ham i - lion, a brother of our talented < ; artist, Mr A. A. Rogers, and Mr. t Charles Imlsy, also of Ilamil on, for j the introduction aud managemeut of j the rink The county comm asiooers have i found it neotssary to offer a re ard j for the arrest an J cmviotiouuf per- 1 j eons defacing public bridges and j fences. Complaint t* made that the Nan owe bridge has suffered in thia particular. The step t-.ken toward catching the perpetrators of such wantonness is necessary and timely | Serious Accident —Mr. John M, , Boyd, boas at oue of tne Georgo* , Creek coal and iron company- * mine", \ was badly hurt Tuesday, -vei.il f 1 the mine car* running ove; him R . ports of his condition conflict, but it ia sincere'/ hoj ed ha will recover. Danc’mg School.—M. Jardof proposes the establishment of a danc ing school at an early day. Died—Friday, Dec 29th, 1882, Mi* Lizzie Wolp, ag d 21 year daughter of tbs late Charles Wolf, >1 tbi* vicinity. Owing to various causes unavoida ble the Journal office is far behind with its work. Tbe patience of tie patrons is invoked until we cau catch UP- The New Yotk World observe that ' Miss Susan B. Anthony novel wore n shoe that pinched her " Miss A. was not boru and reared in Cumberland. Transfers of Real Estate Union mining com) any to Patrick J. Gallag'ter, lot in Ml. Savage, $250. William Arrant ong and otLeis to Lewis Murks, property iu Lonaoon.m.'. $950. | The Savings ani Lui Asswia ion ; will hold its s-con I annual meeti g I lor election of officers and directoi ; Monday evening, vrhsn a dividend of : 6 per centum for 1882 wiil also be da- | clared. I "The Judoe” is for Americans by j ' America-.*, free from vulgarity, ! sparkling with wit aud fun Illua | tiated hy the most aMe etff of aiti-te in the world. “With good will to all j and malice towards none.'' Probably on the Way Here A Winnepeg, Manitoba, dispatch of Thursday says “another cold sp*l! has set in and the trost ia intense. The theimom’ter register d 39 de green b low z-*ro to-day.” Farm Purchase.—The Queen City Courier of yesterday reporta the pmchase of "the 'Uncle Tom” Jami son farm, located a few mi os eas of thisci’y, fur th*enra of sl7 000.” by Mr. William 11. Percy, of Froslbuig. The Knight* of St. Michael's Tem perance Society will open their first annual fair in the basement of St. Michael's Catholic church Friday evening Jan. 19(h, 1883. The com mittee promises addit.oi-al notice. Installations. —At a regular meeting of Frostburg City Lodge, No. i 88, K of P , held Wed'esdav even- j iog, the following ffi sers w--re instal- I 'ed lor 'he -nsuing term : P. C. —Thomas A. Rvacs. U. V —Thomas Rath. Fi ('.—h. J. Williams, P. —losej’h Morris. U of K. —John T. Lewis. if of P —John R. Ries. K. of li. n.vi S. —Tim nas A Evans. M at A.—Wm. H. Davis. I. G.— Owen Eng and. O. O. —II. M, Boeitner. ftepresenative to Grand Lodje— John T. Le via. On the G st of this month at a reg ul t council of Suenaiidnah Tribe, N >. 73. I O R. M., Eckbart, MJ., tt o o lowing chi-fa w. re rased up to nerve for t he e iHUing term : George Horcl.ler. H. J. W. Arnold, S. B. Wm Hoii-lil r, J B. Wm Wat* ui, U. of li. Jesse J. Arnold, K. of IF. John Kuplioiin, P. liepresen'atic' to Grand Council Ji s-t J Arnolj. Circuit Court The J u-mv term of the Circuit Court for ibis county began Monday morniug, Ju : ge Pcarre i residing. Mr. James 0 urk, ol Cumberland, was uppucied foreman ot the Grand Jury. Twen'y-two came* ware thrn drawn to CO '*;.title tbe Grand Ju y us iollow h : Elisha 11. L 'wellyn, Win. McCulley, Jus. P. Ros". Adam Bartb, Lutlur McElflsu, Wesley Loar, V. V. Derr, Wm. U. Moore, sr., Peter Payne, Chr sto her Kelley, John Price, Wm. D Pound, SV. A Straub, Henry Kutau, Reuben Anthony, Ash.ord Trail, Jnlin S'limucrvllle, ji., N. 8. Frost, Edward Slmckey, J. H. Jurboo, H.ram U. Little, Thornion Hiudricki,uu Th.e body was chaiged in the us ual mg.noar. Oo the appeal docket tight cases were continued ; three *et for Inal ; one was entered “offone dismissed ; one settled and jedgmeut entered in one case. On the 'trial docket 41 cases weie continued ; 40 set tor trial ; the e pus aed ; two slotted ; three d smiosefl • one non- prossed ; two selti id ; judg ment On t tile was entered in 13 ua en ; judgment of condemn alien in one and judgment oy confession in two. Mr. Thomas M. Aim-tiong, ol Bedti rd. Pa,, was admitted to prcto Ai T..e* :ay's seseioti Judges Pe-r'e aud Syest. r occupied the beuch. All the ca i on th*i appeal docket were comi leted. O HIT UAH 1% Died—At L laru) Texa*, Decemlvr 83, 1882, uf con-uinptnin, Ciia hlk* A. Rtaris, formerly of Frostburg, Md.. Tbe deceased wag a in un of ple'isiue maumrs, a good ciilz-u, a loving lathi r and brother — oue wlm br.Klenveu a pie ‘Sunt | W'd n ell with whom be ciune In cn- ' tact. He re beneath a -uuny sky; Hiv dual b wo midi v ITlouru ; Our lu.avouiyfutli.r ols.irrt aim home Turcot 'tiljudgmo’ ut muru. x, a. a. \ Jii-w Advertl cements. f?/ \ I f \TTA Wednesdaymoraine * * * U IN L/ D,c.!7,1882, • lady's BRACELET. The owner can hare the -aim- by c illiii' a' iln- Journal office and ■tying fur lira advertise i.ent. [Jan 6 DR- JOHITj. jones. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. O I fleeun Mam street in lir now <u! d mg, next door wes'. of the English Baptist Cb rch, FruHh rg. Mil Man 0 EATING HOUSE! - U’ HEN y m come to Froslburg don’t forget to stop at Chambers’ Eating House, Where LUNCHES. MEALS nnd FRESH iYSTEUS are served at nil hour* fJ6-3m FOR SALE. si Hleigks, with Robes and Bells. i LSD 1 tie! SI-E .II BC DS \ in splendid order- bv Dr. M. M, TOWNSEND. .Tun 6 Eekl.art Mines. REWARD. Office op County CoMitrsstosKßsl op Allroant County. > Cumberland, Md., Juu. 3, 1883. ) IT having been brought to the notice of the Couotv Commissioners that ceitatn evil-disposed persons have been damaging | sundry public bridges nnd f> ncca in the ' county liy 'eating oil' iron parts of some, ; cutting and olhirw sc dolucing ilbcrswilb I knives -it is tlurefoie, Ibis fust day of I January, 1888 oruered, that S2O reward wilt be paitl or the arrest and conviction of any p- rson so otfending. By order of the Board. L. T. DkWITT, .Lin 6 Cleik. [T7 M. ARMSPRONG, Attorney ] Mortgagees’ Sale. BY virtue of a power contained in a Mortgage from W lllaiu K. Burnell and wife to C 51 Ota am and Sarah Wright, dated the Kilt day of Febn ary 1872, nnd recoolcd February 27th, 1872, in Idler H R., No. 85, fono 280, out- of the Lund Records of Allegany county. Hie uu dersigned inongiigeea wid scllal Pl’BLlt AIR TION FOR CASH in front ol the (band Cental Hotel, in Proslburg, Md., at 10 o clock, a. m., on SATURDAY, JAX. 27th, ISS3, tire following cbscrib.d pr. perlv : All Hiosc I'ieces, I, ole or I’arta N ol’ S.rouiMl IMdtii.g ou Aimslruug sired in the town of Gruhamtuu, Allega ny county, Mu., known as Lots 31 and 32 of said town Begiiiniiie for LOT 81 at a stuko stand ing at the end of the liist line of Lot 8 and running thence N. 82 degrees, E. CO (eel: N. 58 degrees, W. ICO feet to an alley, and with U 8. 32 degrees, W. CO feel li cud ul second line i i Lot 80, and rovers j mg ,t 8. 58 degrees, E 100 feel lo pluci j cf begin ing, containing more or less, j Bi ginning tor LOT 33 at a sinks standing ut i lie un i of the first line of Lot 31 ano im.niug Iberce N 83 degrees, E. 00 feoi to Greene street, and with it N. 58 di gnes, W ICO feet to an alley, and with ti 8. 82 d glees, W. CO fiet to the end ol the second lint of Lot 81, an ’. reversing it 8. 58 degrees, B ICO feit to place < 1 beginning, e.outaiuing more or less. Ti.cubovi piopcny Is tu proved by tin Ci cl ion (it a Irumc ItHeliinitdC; amiable for u residence, and co. id Hill be made at small expense a comfort Hliit ab.e li mie. Terms of sale as fixed by the mortgage, a ri. CURTIN 51. GRAHAM. SARAH WRIGHT, •Tan 6—lt Mortgagees. [T. M ARMSTRONG, Am rnky] Mortgagee’s Sale. BY vir'ue of a power contained in a e o lg 'go trom Richard Pnllilps an wife t> Klizdwlli Wjigbt, now decnas-d. tlultd the Siij day of Apr l, 1877, m d re corded in Libei i L„ No. 48, tilling 848, &r., on a ol tile Lan ' Recorda of Ailegai y c um y, tin? umlc.sigue I, being the Execu t". of the i ist will am testament of the su d Elizihclli Wiiihi, dec a-e-l will sell at Ft. BUG AUCTION FOR .'ASH in hum of Hie Grand Ceii'nd Hotel, in Ftoglburg, d , at Ho’ lock, a. ill., ou SATURDAY, ./AX. ‘47th, ISBS, All that properly winch is described us follows: Ail that Lot, Piece or Parcel of Land known us Lot J\'o. J of Block jYo. 7 Of Beall's Fi'al Addition to the Tow" u Fr elburg, si id Lot being a CORNER LIT, with a ti outage ou Bern) and Stiver sireels of 50 fuel and running back witli Stoyer street 150 feet— It being the same Lot of Ground con veyed to Rtclmrd Piililip-t by Nelson Beall aid wif by deed I'earing date Nimmbei 28 ,18b8. and it-couled tu the Land Rec or; a of All eg my county. The above property is improved M±t by ibe erection of a FINE TWO-Hill STORY FRAME Residence■> ami nil ncccssaiy Outbuildings. Terms of s d us fixed liy the mortgage m*A UURIIN 41. GRAHAM, t'.xecutor ol Elizabeth Wnghl, dec’d, Juu o—4i . Moitgugec. [T. M. ARMSTRONG, Attorney.] Mortgagee’s Sale. I>Y viiiue ol a power contained in * ) mor gage fiom Lucy Williams to E.izabetn Wright, now deceased, d ted the 29 a day of November, 1878, and returned m I jla r T. L , No 41, folio 00, one of the Laud Records of Alu gai v county, the uu deifcigiu-d, being li.e Extcu or of tlie lasi will and ti (lament i the said Elizabeth Wright, d.ceased, nil tell at FUBLIC AUCTION Foil CA>H, in trout ot the Grand Central IL.ud, in Frostburg, Md , ut 1:80 o'clock, p. m , on SATURDAY, JAX. 27th, ISS3, I Toe properly descrii ed ns fid owe : All that Lul, Piece or Parcel ol Ciroliml situale on Oak sinet n toe T( wn of Frostburg, Md., having u front age of 50 feel and running back at right augles 150 feet to an alley, containing raoie or less— It icing the same Land that was con veyed to L cy Williams by Nelun Beal' and wife by deed be .ring dale llie Bili day ot Set tember, 1878, and recorded in the Lund Records ot Allegany County. Ti e utsive properly is improved liy the I enciimi of u SUBSTANTIAL TWO | STORY Frame Dwelling House And uee-ss iry Om uddings. . eroH of Nile as fix' d b, the mortgage, cdtiA CURTIN M. GUI HAM, Ex ecutor ol Ei.zabetb Wright, de’d, i j’au 0— 4l Moitgagce. New Advertisements. ALLEGANY COUNTY I Treasurer** Report I FOB IHE Quarter Ending January 3d, 1883. npnrtrTi Cash balance $32,808.02 Taxes collected: Collector Ist District: J. N, M. Hendrickson, 1881 $ 854 61 G< o. 8. Wi’soo, 1881.. 808.88 Collector 2d District: J. B Humbird, 1878.. 1,048.64 1879.. 1,146.31 , .Tas. M. Shober,lßß2.. 8,306.30 Collector 8d District: N. 8. Frost. 1881 91078 John J. Keller, 1882... 2,521 27 , 8,482.00 Collector 4th D'strict: Adam Thompson, 1883 2.640 05 Intel est received 889.54 D.scolints allowed ; From contingent fund 4,540.17 For occ’t of con'gt fund : Fines collected 9 60 Trausf'd f'in MisceTous 45 88 “ “ it’d Levy, 75 00 “ “ Jnl’l Rac'd 450.64 Porscc’t ofoutsldf pens’rs: I From contingent land 1,50000 i $51,858 80 payments, > Roads; [ Road levy $ 77798 1 “ appropriations.. 976.55 Balances 27.86 “ expenses 180.60 $ 1,912.99 Circuit Court: Clerk's lees 3,000 00 Attorneys’ fees 2000 Slientf's fees 709.12 Magistrates’ fees 94.85 |. onstables' fees 607.50 Jury and witness fund 3,528 98 Court expenses 73.50 J il expenses 14.25 Removed cases 1,123.04 Orphsns’ Court 808.00 1 Inquests 138.63 Public Charities: s Almshouse 1,477.34 , Outside pensioners 8,449.00 Sundry charities 8,900 83 , 6.05038 Elei tions: , Election expenses 77.92 Scalps 40 60 . Cou 11 bouse & jail fund. 30 00 County Commissioners. 776 00 Taxes paid in error ... 28.67 Special appropriations. 3,05000 , Miscellaneous 269.51 | Collectors’ commissions 667 21 1 Contingent fund 7,163.47 ; Discounts allowed 77.53 Lawks, & 15.90 iulcicst received 450.64 Sheep certificates 195 75 Cash 23.810.60 $51,858 50 O. L. WELLINGTON, Treasurer A1 eganj County, Md. Financial Condition of Allegany Counly JANUARY 3, ISS3. RESOURCE!, I Taxes Not Collected. Collector Ist Distr ct: J.N.M.Hcndrh.kson,'Bos 458.90 “ “ 'Bl 1.838 89 Geo. 8. Wilson, 1882.. 8,701.34 $ 4,404.19 Collector 3d District: . J is. M. SUober, 1883... 13,011 13 Collector 3d District: N. 3. Float, 18*0 78.75 ’• “ 1881 7,458.87 lolmJ. Kel.tr, 1882.. 0,691.47 Coll ctor 4ib District : P. Mullen, 1880 2,670 08 “ 1881 1,916 62 Adam Thompson, 1882 8,197.58 , Cush 22,810.0 $67,91879 LIABILITIES. I Roads: Road levy $8,915 00 " uppiopi'istiuus... 1 13087 • “ balances 98 63 " expenses 122 50 , 12,360.40 , Circuit Court; Cleik's fees 951.87 . Attorneys’ lees 72.08 Sli riff's Ices .75 Mugisir le’s fees 57 63 constables’lees 89 86 Jury and witness fund.. 6,074 63 Court expenses 50.34 ' Jail - 3.00 I Removed esses 101.60 Orphans’ Court 768.00 luquesiß 546.81 . Public Churlti ;s: Almsbnuse. 2,597.86 Outside pens'ouers .... 1,079.50 Sundry chanties 63.56 Public schools 26,350.00 Elections: Registration officers.... 106.00 Election expenses 215.98 Scalps 119.30 Courthouse & Jail fund, 7,370 00 Taxes paid iu error.... 52 88 Special apnrop iaiiuos.. 850.00 Miscellaneous 45 75 Collcciors’ commissions 3,404.02 Contingent fund 7,608.8.) New assessments 4 00 1 Sheep e-TlificHiei 118.44 1 U-wks, Ac 45.45 I $67,918.79 ! COURT HOUSE AMD JAIL FUND. , its lance last report $7,400.00 Payments 30.00 , Balance $7,870.00 bonded indebtedness, i Courthouse and Jail bunds: \mount authorized.. .$85,000:00 I “ paid A cauceled 50,000.00 , “ outstanding.... 36,000.00 collectors' accounts. 1 J.N.M.Hendnek i son. 1880. 468.96 J.N.M.IIond tok 80n, 1881. 354,61 1,388,89 ’ Geo S. Wilsm, I 82. 843 88 2,701.34 J.B Humbird, 1"78. 1,046 64 ' ii “ 1879. 1,116.81 1 JasM. Shober, 1882. 3.20026 13,611.18 N. S Frost, 1880. 73,75 ■* 1881. 910.78 7,45".3T ’ John I. Keller, 1882 3,521.27 6,691.47 F Mullen, 1880 . 2,670.08 >■ 1881. 1.916 62 A. Tbom[ son, 1882.9,640.05 8,197 68 • $12,689.65 $45,1 8.19 G L WELLINGTON J*n 6 Treasurer Allegany Couu J, 0. Har.mauV Boot, Shoe, Hut and t up Announcement Hesitate Then No Longer! SEE HARTMAN, TheGreatShoeMan | AT ONCE! , A Big Tumble in Prices i i im BETTER THAN GIMORACKB itND NONSENSE FOR Holiday Presents ARE THE SOLID, SUBSTANTIAL GOODS YOU CAN FIND A1 Hartman’s Great Shoe House. i i : Boots, Shoes, Hats,Caps i Trunks and Valises! You are not well dressed unlejs you arc well shod There is a well known prorcrb which says that "to he well glovi d and well shod Is to he well-dressed." Everybody of taste will ac.mll that there is good sense and much truth in this maxim. It is a luxury to have neat, substantial and at the same time STYLISH FOOT-WEAR. In this hue I have souelbl g that fills the hill exactly In my [LADIES’ CARLISLE GLOVE-FITTING SHOES! These celebrated Shoes have met with a reception in out town which shows that our people can appreciate a good thing when they see it. I invite my Lady Customers to call and examine them. 1 have not heard one syllable of complaint (and 1 have sold many cases) from the purchasers of my J. W. BRIGHAM & CO’S HAND-MADE BOOTS, Which I have no hesitation in saying BJE BEAT.^ I have recently returned fiom the East with an IMHENSB STOCK of carefully selected goods that has taxed to the uttermost all the space I hare tor ila accommodation. Determined to dispose of it at once 1 have PARED DOWN THE FIGURES. TOU WILL FIND BOTTOM BARGAINS IN Ladies’ dine Button Stives, Ladies ’ Lace and Heavy Shoes, all grades of Misses’, Children’s, Boy’s and Men’s Shoes; Dixon’s Alining Shoes; Ladies’ Men’s and Children’s Gum Shoes; Men’s Waterproof, Kip and Heavy Boots, tfc., sc. IT IS TO YOU±4 INTEREST To buy where you can get the Cheapest and Best. C. HARTMAN, D I(Mf Wain St., Frostburg.