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FROSTBURU, MU., FEB. 8,1883. “An Injunction Against- Pkb eoasion.” —In tho circuit court o ( * Baltimore Wednesday Judge Duffy filed his opinion in Iha injuuction cane against the glassblowers. Tire motion by the latter to dissolve was over ruled, and the latter are practically prohibited from using any persuasion upon the employees of the firms any where within the jurisdiction uf that court. lion. G, 11. Williams, counsel lor the glaesblowers, spoke of the matter in an interview with the Day: All tli liigb-eeuiiding charges uad aver ments in the hill In equity have melted down to one little thing—that four men, having accidentally met a man named Jury on a street corner, had a conversation with him, which is sought to be made out as an inducement, and the court prohibits any furthcrcnticiug. Whether that moans to prohibit conversations on lire part of tiro people who meet by accident, 1 don’t know. The Criminal Court, on my appli cation this morning, agreed that on Wed nesday next 1 should try the demurrer to the whole indictment. There, aicuodoubt, some counts in the indictment which charge a criminal offense, hut the demurrer will bring up all the lacts nakedly. In an article under the happy cap tion quoted above the Day says: The injunction, so far as it is permitted to stand, will probably strike people curi ously. It is in effect a command by tbo court to men not to use their powers ol persuasion, and if it is practicable is a pro cess capable of wide and varied extension. When a stern father hereafter finds some eager swain paying marked at tentions to Ids daugbler be need not wait around to give the youth vlml is vulgarly known up the “grand bounce but alleg ing that be funs that the > oath designs - ’ deprive him of the services and compan ionship of his daughter, he can go down to court and get out an injunction which will put an cud to the wooing, unless the swain is so ardent as to risk commitment for con tempt. So far as the glass-blowers are concerned those of them enjoined wi'l merely have to let other fellows do their talking. There wid doubtless lie plenty of, volunieoss, for talking is easy work to those accustomed to it. it would sepia that the people cf Baltimore have not loon fortunate iu the selection of their new judiciary. A glassblowcr reports “a conversation with Mr, Swindell,” who is an em ployer, and “who, among other things, said the manufacturers had the new judges on their side and that, if they beat the men in this case, they would send them to jail if they cculd." Another union man reports that “two men came to ns recently from Messrs. King 4 Bro. and one from the Messrs. Swindell and importuned us to take them back into our union. They came several times, ono of them crying awl Legging us, but we decided to Lave nothing to do with them. This lias ireen th course of others, a i-l yet w-‘ are c; urged with w;.a they p'"ire in call n oon.q iihjv Trulj th;a ia-none-sideo t tfur ihe ar -making e>. i v eflo. t ...-I 1 O y Cidn. ; ell! Id i> ’< . leh ! b yak up o i ’in" , a '• i ti- .• j main qii.c'. and do lit• iu pivver them tr ui a. ;ui| belli a ,1,; 'i w >r...' , This is a fair- 'in, la - (..-ay. oi w :fare ,v.a.;t , a; 1 e , o, e ly ; l.c '.'•/• pa a ions. i'i ' ■i i -vie /ni j; ivy 'o b ■ r. 'i, an . w k ov > I u • ' ii if ili—*- n.- ■ 1 r i.aii 11. IHU j -1 by . ’ -attt.i iiiy !.! ,w< ill III' gWU, I! "1. We c. -! i .I i.i i.ie (.'mu! ol A pc l-i. mid iI we 1.1. live .e- '.t.lui'i- Inc *itr ewi wiiPy ■ ti,. n.iilli-i, i efiiie ; i-p (■ md inde..uir t- ui Hi .V>-cn i> ..I* Finn la d lo wi. c mil l e d .-.j, I'ui . 'ini' Bati 11--. ■ a;irs report a sem rkab e event in the •ip million of a solid sliver pnnea howl ami | saivert.i Mr (Jii'.rhs F Mayer, i' appears the testimonial w st , -d :ei : in behalf of the coal tr de ;ti recc- I nit ion ol Valuable eeivicM an t ot l statue ui > ffnira in this region l! .is ' brought about. In other words, ' r Mayer ia tlr rev:- rl- I for anbjng- - ling our peopl' last sunun r. Away back in the ' dark a •<'” i- Was an or Miiary inr il i.l in lurhai. | Oustoms lor lie petty phioiis to iu> 1 s deck and decorate a 11.11 trow herd ot V I Hots. To’tbet dis’amie -ve ca>! I• k n forbearance, lor !lie people, poor, i noran. nod w 11-nig . hd;op: j, we reach)! gslowly toward liberty, B now, whimth; perpie have tto -n theloul.ol ILecciumoinv hiih, u ti ' tint the feiloie til a portion ot llieii number to maintain unimptachabi-* rights, is made equal to a t moan i lor diap using a knighthood, in a is tee epecUcleone of unspeakable üb- 1 borrence. Ii is m,h events as these and otbei j equally hearting aggressions and ita- > proper glorifications that ns, more t than all else, sli rug .mil .I'amin i tits ptoph. Some ilav the wind no v. niwing will grow i- 1 o a bl.zz-tnl ol revolution rei-i-llcai and dtH'im-nv* ns fate. H aii ry r-oonh '-niis s I revo t io mo a j olento o' ni', but, whi<.i> nj L .'ml hi fit ly and irt-ni) h d "nt.-iiK nr.d g.'ilmo’ in I lie dust, with ogi.ii impunity. Lei ue I- <e ii j Uiuie im.-oeml ■ : ud , fjjiT* 1 " •*“* dritJi'ma—-no mcie imq o- j jSrV-'.A, eiug arrays of corporate titulars ia tiiumphal procession over the failure of popular efforts to maintain rights, dearer to the people now lecause in herited by charter and blood. Tho people are free by instinct and habit. Their lii rtbrigbt is doubly theirs, and there should he no mistake about it. Hkkeuuiiiq to tlio legal proceedings in stil.ited against t lie striking glass-workers, the Baltimore County Herald says: In the case referred to it is, we think, unniistakablyclsur that labor has much the best of tbcargument. Indeed, the attitude which tlic employer asks the court to as sume in Ibis ease would create a class law lli it would be little short of tyranny. To say thol ono man, or a number of men, conjointly become criminals, or, at any rate, violators of the rights of their fellow citizens when they attempt ti prevent cer tain other persons from working for ades iirna'cd man or firm, would be to announce a proposition that might not shock the ideas of despotic Russia, hut which is a monstrosity iu free America. Capital lias its rights guaranteed to it hy law, and these ought to be respected and must be cnfoic -1 1; but labor bus also it* rights guaranteed by law, and to a great extent louaded In the natural and best mamspriegs of hu man action. We are glad to lie able to quote so just a sentiment from one of our Maryland e\* changes; for the pros* of this Slate has been singularly silent concerning an at tempt to establish here an interpretation of law which would slock men’s sense of jus tice and In the end drive the better class of skilled labor from our Slate. —Baltimoie Day. Even tie Day was stirred with alum only when corporate aggression upon tho rights of labor menaced the door-way.? of Baltimore. It had not i word to say when, last summer, the treat Maryland precedent was estab lished in this county of treating a general declination to weak at certain wages as u conspiracy. The glass blowing firms borrowed tho patent from our coal companies, but showed want of smartness in going into court. That is about all the difference, either in Ihe motive or danger of their offoit. Uad th# battle resulted differently here the Day might have been saved Sis present gallant gtrnggla. Mote over, it might have been abide spare the wholesale tatemrnt concerning the “singular silence of the pres-i of rhie-State." A Case in Point. —The Phihdel phi i Record appears to be seeking in formation. It says ; li* sparring ia public for gale innmy constitutes a pi'z,' tight —. nd lliecorpora tion couusi 11*, i lhe city of New York says it does— it would In; interesting to know what tliis siptic high authority thinks of Oneco-Roman wrestling lor stakes and gate-mom y combined. The pr.tirn trouble about these “ex hibition” affairs appears tr. grow out of tanking fish o! or.o apecies of amusements and fowl of others. The true plan is to tax everything where fees are charged or sales made, or tax none. Whether tariff or free trade • ißvaiia, let nil share alike. Then ti.eie will h- no need of separating e thing from number y imnginniy hn'r linua, [ Jr ui-; Duffy m ght have put its j who up|. ion io two wot da—‘gag 0H !? I' S i* 0 !) K r K J Royal i inltor tunl a Yuiilh/ul St int n‘ - Tori f Seljinliuiss Cut i Dill oils Ititniirlcs an:! ti Texas Joke. Wistiin JT'iN, I) I,'. Jan. 3', 1838 I To ihe .Minim) Jo iinai,■ | Tii-- M •.| I.'* Lnn-, 0-v rnor- G- phi o n i ,n'.' hoii-iii law of Q-.e nV - n i ilyite! tin- e'ect t t'i h p a<v hi’ ids ni i eKii-.cfe here >1 ■ il.i-,' lie week, II I-' a i-iM', I'llgtil -1 I Jo. L-jti ; vomg ienIID l . -ui 1 n lie - id i I nde : I elo g.-. In l! e can ; CainuUi-1 Hi:d n- S- ii'cii lit cage i Ii | i-aient and iirdoiihlbd. F’.inoftace lied (nil h-iiied ; of i eiv.uil slid cu gnjing um'inoiH, ■ o iu, ole n good im pro-- ii wl-ermer he We t ; lilt • el ! liter h..< royal i eis.-.n or hi.-- ulUnd i ii-'s, il luiknov r, w uld attract on th. .-ig*. -v.iy m ii. hi i any mare par a-. . -n; i:n than a corresponding iu diet- ci Our o'.vu v,ell-drj.sed and i; .Rivaled ui.z i.i ol ibis republic Ftiipedif .ilex rmils, tber iis great ei |■' .a in mi,;, after all, and true u- jv is mu;' ol lh'> nrnd au.i ho..rt •I, ti -if the b ily. Tecnys-jn n auti li ,I'v exur-'-ve. this thought in his ’ I illt •* : >1 ; Vi I il* ! l.owi’c rit be, il seem to be— ’ f qioy nolile t.> lie good ; Kb it limit i oe mole than coronets, An t rdmpie faith limn Nornittii blood. B > (in- w. the Marquis inn self, who is no mean pret has embodied (be giiU'a i ie.t iu one of his heal produc i nil. * Ha v sited lx ili Houses cf 10 iigHHs a .d nil places of interest j heie. htu created i;0 unsati .n in do jmg so. 1 prei'iime the want of cxiit- I i>.g inioi ust shown tuwar.is him, at j 1 t 0 a t 1 n Ihe cult of the fair Hex, arose * from the tact ilnu he is not a u.nrv-r 1 v man, twit h..s 10 to. Pi mcess Louis a good and healthy wife end 1 one nt u.l llg-'ived si, ck. ! The el ett nol Keona tt sucot-ed L) ivis iu S-i nlor from ■in Meter 8 te 1 of Wee* Vir.ria, hn-< gnen much I rat.ti to' to ;,i ruiinoiouri tr . tuia i i i:> V'. 1 lil-igt 11 as . 1 n- t, it 8 U I tile; 1; >\ ve ol ’ ..a I a> d t, s llnol.vl a dai.guUr ol G.- .eia. L.wi-q 1 obo of the pioneers of Western Vir ginia. He lost bis father at an early age and the late war found him work ing on a farm in Missouri. At four teen he entered the Confederate army and was wounded m the service. Af ter the cessation of hostilities he re turned to West Virginia; was educa ted through the exertions of admiring ir.ends; (studied law; was elected to Congress four times, and now, before the completion of ids 35th year, is a Senator-elect of the United States. He has been twice married, his first wile being Miss Rose Quigg, formerly ol Cumberland. Both Houses of Congress are engag ed in tariff legislation. As far as 1 can see there ie very little fairness or principle displayed in this matter hy tho representatives ot the people in either House or on either side. Every State and section, except whore it is absolutely necessary to combine fer certain interests, wants its partic ular in 1 ustries and products protected and free trade in everything else. The year 1883, which was ushered in by the death of Gambatta, a name that inspired uneasiness among th# nations of the Old World, and by a sudden death in the Execntive Man sion ot the New, has so far been dis tinguished by an unusual number of calamities, involving great loss of life on land and sea. Death in ail his hideous formu has been sporting with poor humanity everywhere, and I deeply regret to find that evsa the hillsides of Allegany were not destin ed to escape bis dread visitation. I read of Ihe late fearful accident there and was shocked to see so many fa miliar names ue victims, and to think of the irreparable lose sustained and tbo many homes made desolate. For the very flittering editorial nrantion of tho undersigned in your last issue I owe you a most profound brw. I could not help thinking, how ever, that you didn’t have the experi ence of the Texas darkey before your o) os at the time, or you might have hesitated in your complimentary re marks, fearing an nauiagnus result. The aforesaid darkey, you know, com plained that having keen so foolish us to buy his wife a now silk dross, "she got so d—n proud” she wouldn’t no live him any more, but left his bed a; J board for good. Anon. / s ir 1 \ rn 1: a tat osphl: ki: ? A Theory Whleh is Commencing to hare Itrllt rrrs, and in which ihere may he more than would Appear • If it be true, as ia argued by eome, that atmospheric influences impel the human family to excesses which in ordinary times are never dreamed of, then indeed this winter must go upon record as a most striking exemf lificu lion of the theorv. The prevailing maria appears as a form ol delirium, wh ch bsliivea in no si ver lin ng to ,‘V. 11 he h ast p>' teutons of dark ■ loads, but would have i that each speck in the hoi znn of existence is an ni.atnng n.d'Cat'O'i ot very lima <1- ea of* .lesir.-ct on and dea li T‘ 0 . erle.'.t tcu'lof 1 lie a either i-roph let r their vo'meino s jrclcli s rt nos <>■ d dis siers lies unde; i h y j . iodtii-ed arirtt-.t upon people he i-rivett strain of which lias by no - m 1 c I ecu lesi- ino lbv the nea of | i-,li,ni’i • wt h lira '• mb 0 J tai - i-f vv jo I pub ic p ass has leetne-i j I’uve ul-tov w hs. A oetyi cl es .1 men at well of women giow lint d an.l anx 0 s, m.d an thor la s morbid cv ihe ire qe>t re itiU cl hi. O ' cmitiiiig a>ci ti- titu and incidents, w i.e S'ill an other class foster a meet unnatural ap p; lie for en> h dread food, and would I i- see (bet ihe supply should ever exeted tin) demand. This latter species magnify moles into mountains; the raoibid, looking through kindred spectacles, behold iha horrible in ver list shadows, wiiilo the tim'd become an children iu dark placrs and see et.ectres ou every hair*!. But for eome such sort cf prevalent atmosphere the Baltimore Hj-call J scourge would have parsed as a summer ! reezo, creating the merest ripple, to he upctduy forgotten iu the every tuio of life. None of the larger cities are ever I tiurirg the winter months entirely free iro'.a small-pox, and as a rule, Baltimore may Tail ly be stated as a ore exempt from tha scourging of the loathsome peat than almost any u tho great tomtnercial centres. It has, iu the topography ol'itssito, innumerable advantages, as tho num erous bids create such a | ower to dowufallmg water as to most thor ooghly clem s- the streets at every ' ram st orm. Strangers Irequeutly re mark the cl. unlit ess of the ihorough f.res and cite the natural surface 1 drainage as a soutoe of unfailing i Lea til. Bs-timor-’V moituai - rep rt have f„ r \, #1 b e ol 1•• lowi'Ht ot the gie.il llt.O, HIP* >■ OUe illllllip' ihe uinUr i.a- ti e W-eiii. dan a llpTeH-ell til'. ei c V lie itv.u * u l * V ,u * incomprehensible to t hose who have f emitted themselves to he carried away with the belief that half the populatiou of Baltimore was in dan ger of epeody annihilation from the small-pox. It cannot, however, prove any moie incomprehensible than the reports of the ravages of the disease which have been circulated outside of the city. It has been to Balti moreans the old saying over again of going away from home to hear the news. That there was an attempt to work np a scare in the city is as un deniable as that its origin was in the spleen of disappointed place-hunters. "The “outs" insisted that the “ins” were incontpetent, and not a few of (he most disinterested citizens be lieve that the contest of words might tend to a practical demonstration of competency, which would lead to a condition of purification that would make the spread of the disease impos sible. The newspapers, believing the test one worthy of experiment, assist ed the “scare” by publishing statistics so placed as to create some alarm, but when carefully analyzed really gave ground beyond an apprehension of what the result might be if energetic methods were not inaugurated. The effect within the city was straightway apparent in the almost immediate decrease in the nutober of eases, but outside (hecity it was any thing but assuring. Rival business centres at once set about making all the capital possible out of it. No more rapidly swelled the ranks of Falstaff's opponents in the voluble bragadocia of the Sbakeeperian brag gart than the number of small-pox caaos in Baltimore in the scheming brains of interested competitors tor trade and commerce. As has hither to keen remarked, the atmosphere this winter has appeared ever ripe for the rapid spread of the belief in evil, and there are doubtless many good people who 10-c!ay labor under the delusion that theto have been and are atill, for that matter, thousands of 1 persons iu Baltimore down with the small-pox. Assuming the f opulation of the city at four hundred thousand, there has never been a day when the per centage of the sick reached one in eight hundred. To-day there is hard ly one in a thousand, if indeed ouo in twelve hundred. Tbs highest the weekly death-iate reached' was less than one hundred, and upwards of seventy per cent, were children under the age of ten. Iku disease has been absolutely con lino J to the poorer and more densely populated sections of the city, and there Ims not been a sol itary case in any ol the hotels or within the business or belter resi dence portions. No one visiting Bal timore has contracted the disease, and not a tingle instance has been known where it has been carried away from the city. Id is absurd to claim the a ighti-st dan.er ol contiacting sma'l pox or any other disease by a visit to Baltimore, and throughout business and social tiules there lua t_ci posi tively been no alarm. L.dccd, the alk about it la* been of the repot ta t ircnlated outside ol Bsl'imoie latter , ha;, of tie ii.vace- of ihc pestilence within urn. let .1 iciifines. T. al ih lias been a veiy gen ral v.,cci n no is uno, and therein lies the „tf,ilesl possible pievriita ive to the 11. or. asC ftheiiise.se. The tell-tale j yellow flg has h.en Inins f. llh frun i. any wtndo e win re it was! made to i- dial a possible rather 1 I trim i.t, i.ctnnl danger, in rider than whether Mnali-tcx its.-lf or only! varioloid, contact of the uncorataini nated should teav.Aad. Food, money and attendance have Leon lavished with unstinted hand | upon the sick and the disease kept to . lossly within it centre of origin that even in utid-wtcler, when it pre vails to a much greater extent than uny other lime its spread has le u i stepped short and quick. So vigor ously umi so successfully has it teen handled that it is hazarding little, if anything, ta assert that theie are to day actually a less number of small- j pox sufloiers loan iu any ot the lai ;e cities on toe Atlantic Coast. Fore- j warned has led to a (crea ming of a I character none other ol the great 1 . iiumercial tmpoiiums cun boast of, amt with an almo.-t universal vacci | nation ihero is nothing for the disrate i to feed upoii^ City Views of the Coal Trade, New York. —We do not. find much change to report iu the condition of the bituminous coal market at any point. It is the dull season, although some partirs have their linos out al ready, looking for an improved trade tbit season. The new railways that are under way wrl all le consumers | if coal, and bv their very progress i through hitherto barren 'istriois ct ! con try, help to build up a trade for fe' Many , f them are bu tt toserve | e.i i di-tro'.-, and iu this way will I i el; l!i petai’ r, wi'brut very mn teii.l.y reducing 'ke p ice delivered t , • a iiHi— , tur Hie railways go ' i..to l id e-iiryiug to mike a profit, •nd not as a matter of charity to dig- ' tressed coal laud owners or the con- j sumera of coal. We are assured some- j thing definite will be arrived at in regard to tha pooling cf Hie soft coal hade to competitive points along the coast ; if not after the manner of the anthracite operators, at least by some stteh an arrangement of freight rates. The Pittsburg operator* and Uuir bum ar.i likel/ to’ agree on a sliding scale for the payment of wages ; it is a fairway if the starling point is only equitably adjusted. Oumberli’iid ton nage is very light at this season ol the year ; weekly business is down below thirty thousand tons. Clearfield ton nage shows u modeiuta busin-ss, nearly up to the average of last s it. • son, and in the aggregate an iucrsaaa over last year. It is seated that care are scarce with some operators and much inconvenience results there fretu. Many of the special contract rates run out by the first of March, and thore mav be a change after that date iu tbs manner of distributing the available cars.—Coal Trade Journal. Tbs bituminous coal trade is quiet, and the only feature of interest is, that the change iu the weather is likely to make rhipments from Phila delphia possible. We quote along side: Cieatfieid, 5}>firstname.lastname@example.org; and Cumberland, §4.G5@1.80, according to quality. Iu giving a list of the miner* of George's Creek Cumberland coal last week, we Inadvertently omitted the name of the National coal company, operated by Messrs. Hitohins Brothers, of Frostbutg, Md. Boston.—Bituminous dealer* are very quiet. There is very little de mand, and that coming forward is chiefly Clearfield coal on contract orders. San Francisco. —The large stock of Cumberland on hand has caused ;i decline in price. Wholesale Prices of Soft Coals. Clenrlleld at Philadelphia..s3.4o @ “ “ Sou Hi Amboy. 4.40 @ 4.55 “ “ New York.... 4.70 @ 4.80 Cumberland at Baltimore... 3.30® 0.50 “ “ Georgetown. 3.85 ® 3.35 “ “ S’Ui Amboy. ... “ “ New Yurk.. 405 ® 4.85 —New York Coni. Ml ScmL LA -V KO VS lI'EMS. Allegany Cases in the Court cf Appeals.—Thursday in the case cf the Frcetburg Mutual Building As sociation vs. Wtliisou et. ai , the order was affirmed. Tho Court of Appeals yesterday (•.flirraed the decision of Judge Peart s in the case of the George’s Creek Coal & lion Company v. the County Commissioners of this county, refusing a mandamus requiring tho appellee to levy $40,000 to the use of tho for mer for taxes paid in error. The principle settled iu this case dispon. s of claims to the amount of $200,000 ■>f other eompauios cf a similar char acter. Messrs. Brace A Richmond appeared for the county commission ers, snd they deserve great credit for the able manner in which they argued ai d managed this cse. —Cumberland I“depH'd.nt. Governor Irelands, cf Texas, iu Ids ru> Bsage to lbs Legislature of u.at i State Monday recommended the pi ointment of a commissioner whose 1 usincsi it slia'l hi to see that rail ro d and telegraph companies doing burinees iu that Stale sbatl afl’o d bi-ir ta'rr.s a full and complete Iseivioe Hi also recomms d a law tha' will tepnve these companies of i cv. ry right conferred noon th.m by i it e Stale wt.en they shall fail in their i duty. ' “The Sweet Bye and Bye ’— ; I Jins ii Cm f —lt is pleasing to nt- | the good ieeling now existing bet we n i the t*o warring roads of a year ago. | This is seen in ihe (act that the Cum- ] Lerland ami Georges Oteik toad j shipped no coal byway of Baltimoie up to Njvrmber of last year; while lot the mouth of Jaauaty to date they j l ave shipped 13,000 tons in that di- j jection. And they borrow and lend : too.—Cumberland Times. A dispatch from Sbamokin, Pa., i mys toe lira in Bsar Valley abaft ta extendin';, and i now burning in bixasts Nos. 9 and 10 and in two man way*. Large quantities of burnin g | matter are being drawn out. The | operators will en leaver to extinguish the fire, if possible, without flooding I the mine, ar that would entail great j expense. Tub committee on agriculture ol; the Massachusetts legislature has un der consideration the offering of a ; bounty tor the dust ruction of tho Eng-1 lisa sparrow, It is asserted that neatly halt cf last year's apple crop in Massachusetts was destroyed by sparrows. There seems to bo no doubt among experts that artesian wells will prove successful at various mining camps in Now Mexico, and will lea Tory im- 1 ; jorlant agent iu tho development of i , the mineral roHOurues ol tho territory. ( In writing ot certain sections of 0r ; SoUlticru Statue Mr. Edward Atkin ( son ssys that ti t> mineral possibilities |cf the mountain range extending - from Virginia down into Alabama are equal to those of Great Britain and Frame combined. Ouray, Colorado, people pay sl6 a ton for soft coni Russell Sauk says that La hears "the on-rushing of a great business boom." At Unite, Montana, tho good housewife pays one dollar a pound for tnrk°ys. Is It Licensed ?—Montreal har built aa ice palace which is attract ing thousands of visitors. —Philadel- phia Chron Efflci of the Blieearo, —Thank goodness, the upper end of tho ther mometer is coming into use at last! — Atlanta Constitution. A parson in Philadelphia publish es a marriage notice with this addi tion : ‘‘No fee for tho minister I Empty envelope dodge !” jhe cost of stopping a train of cars is said to bo from 40 to 60 cents. When the train is stopped by another train, these prices become somewhat inflated, Wixu ten cents a man can hare bis •hirt washed or can get a drink of whiaky, which accounts for the num ber of dirty shirts worn in this broad land of freedom, A GREENBACK conference is to ho held m Washington next Wednesday “to counsel in icgard to tho best mean* of hastening an honest, com m-.n-Honso reform of the currency," A Mississippi man has discovered that an exes lerl quality of sugar car 1 be made from sweet potatoes. If this proves (rue a now tue has been found for one of the best and most prolific of American products. When a South Eud man and his wife engaged in a debate the other i night and the dog got up and scratch ’ d to be let out of (he loom, they 1 concluded that it was time to stop the I discussion.—Boston Post. Next week the lodgss cf the i Amalgam ited Association throughout the country will commence * revision ol the rsiea of wages paid th* past ya;, with a view to arranging a new ' scale to go into elfaot June 1. Prohibition in West Virginia —Tho House cf Delegates of West I I Virginia, by tho decisive vote of4U to 14, has passed a resolution providing for an amendment to the constitution 1 prohibiting the tale of liquor in that! kHaIG. ti-riwa -f-rwrxa c*mw. - ,%m 'UMriseos as.,- >ea*rt- Miscellaneous Advertisements. \tt. t u: ErSi STB AM BETWEEN | oAhi a 3i( 11. s, aeli d V iCii T'OOi, I (Jailing at HALIFAX and (QUEENSTOWN. Bach way. The splemll 1 Screw Steamers of I lie above Lint: will mu as follows-. Prom I Tons. Baltimore I tliticrntnn 8000 Jan, 33 1 Caspian 8000 Pcb. 5 i Ciierssiiiu. -1100 Pel). 1!) | .Sardinian 4100 Mar. j Caspian 8000 Mar. lit Persian 5300.......... Apr. 3 And tliereaftcr every fortuiglit. . All ateamvis arc appointed to leave Bal tmiore at II a. m., ol tiieir adveitiscd dates. 1 Steerage Postage to or from Liverpool bo di mleiiy,Glasgow .Queenstown, Bel fast, Bristol, Curillff, Ac., hi Lowest Rale Very best acme modailons for .Steerage ana lutermedlate Passengers, An experienced au-.geon s.ittuei udtvciich . vessel. Inlenncoi i i and Sice:age steward | eases carried by cacli steamer for the pur \ inme o( attending to llie wants cf the fe- I inales and children. For further part leu ais or passage tic .els to and ironi Ciicat lin'aill.apply to A. SCHUMACHER it CO.,Baltin-. -re,v in Frostnurgto -j.JANUOUJ , [ # Jna 20-v 'taie Suer 1 EXECUI OR’S SALE 1 OP | Valuable Heal Fstate IN’ FRGSTHURG, Ml)., And Other Property. j 'PUB undersigned, Exiealoi of I lie last 1 will and testament of Kb/.-ibei li Wrigi I, i deceased, w I oiler at PUBLIC SALE in I front of the Grand Central Hotel, in the town of Frost burg, Md.. at 10 O'CLOCK, A. M , on s.irrni>.n . feu. :m, issu, THE HOMESTEAD Of the ib ocas d.simito m South street, or Broadway, in .add t?wn of Prnsthurg. Tula property fronts o said a re. I, ad joins the lot ol Joseph Kr.ocle, extends ‘tuck id suit 200 feet to Wuti r street, mid is bound on the South by an alley. The inipiovoniei I consist „ _ oln TV-0-51J KY FRAME Dni'iliiU HioiiHi**, .-to- ■MMa j B'ii ' hiinc, Carriage II use, with | I hydrant and aum.fa ling v. ell. -uCir-Ai-J i hrm# of Si'.i -Onc thiid-jf the purchase I nn ncy to lie paid in <: sh on the day of | cab ; tin residue in two equal Instalments ini six and twelve months. Hie purchaser ( giving notes with security to he approved by tin* executor. par Tim property above described will he sold ns a whole or in parcels, ns pur ciinsern may dooiro, Possession giviu April Ut, 1853. ALSO, ■ At the Same Time and Place, i ! i, i-) SHAKES OF THE STOCK OF j ;J ( Tin* I'rostlinrt; Wafer , Company. ' 1 I c.c- dt of six inontiis will he al- ] j (owed ; ihi ‘-to t! <• purchaser giving ■ ' ante with secantv approved by the exec utor. CURTIN M. URAL AM, i Jan 13—U Executor, [. I'r. Rush's Medical As-oeiniion, Dr. Rush’s Specific for Consumption A POSITIVE CURE FOR CON SUMPTION IN ALL STAGES. For Bleeding at tho Langs, Colds, Coughs, Croup, Bronchitis, lullu en/it. Asthma, and nil affec tions of (lie Ttings It lini no equal. s>r. Kush's Spct'iiic for ( on k:imilliun is recommended by all the leading physicians who are acquainted w Ith its use. Price, Large Size, SI.OO “ Small “ . 50 Sold by D-mrgists everywhere. Dr Willoughby, the attending physi cian at the Sisters Hospital and one of Buffalo's most pioiuiueul members of tho profession, has used it fur years, and says: Buffalo, Ang. 17,1883. Dr, Until i Mnticol Association: Dhaii Doctors— 1 unhesitatingly add my mime to the long list of regular prac 11'tenors who have recommended your “Siieeifle for Consumption.” I have used it for many years in my practice for all pulmonary nd'ei tions, and inive always liven mine limn satisfied with the results. 1 consider it the best compound known for nil lung dis.iues. Yours, M. Wn.tooannv, M. D. Ur. Howard, Professor o( Anatomy', College of Physicians and Surgeons, Buf falo, N. Y., says: Dr. Ituth'# Mtdictd Annotation: Dear Doctors—l have used your Spe cific Ibr Consumption in my practice for years with the best results. I consider it a sure cure for consumption, if taken ac cording to directions. Yours truly, C. F. Howard, M. D. TDirl, H-tXJBHC’S ‘Regulator’ Heart Troubles A SURE CURE FOR ALL DISEASES OF THE HEART. I>r. Ilnsii'H “Itegiilator” has never faded to give rede;. It Inis been used successfully for > eats, in subduing tho ino.it stuM) ini eases of bum i difficulties. Large Size §I.OO Small Size 50 Sold by Druggists ev. rywhoro. Win. O. Osgoodby,tbe well known safe nu'.: ulaeluier of Buffalo, Pliilißlolpliia, Piilsburg, Newark and Atlanta, On.,says: Office of Osooodht’s Improved Safes, 17 S Broad Street, Atlanta, Ga., Oct. ITtli, 1881. Dr. Hush'# MaHcd .-! ooeialtoH : Dear Doctors—Tli ■- tkrvc buttles of "Dr, Hush’s Regulator” I Orel red were to ceived by i repress last wuek. I have taken ; nearly one t o ile mid ; dim . ighly satis j lied with the result. For over two years I | have been It > 1 led 1 ith sharp pain at my built. My physic! .u, upon examination, proißHinci d ii enlargement of die heart, and was unabbi to give me any relief. The troublegr>.w wore, uu'il I bad became convinced that ic* u : d not imem-ed. While In New Yoik City, ba t. avu a T calVcl on one of the moat prominent physicians there, wl.o chaigr-i me v ;33 fi r. n ( simu lation 1 tli 1 1 i.nci od your “Hi g aht ir." Kun ' ■ yon t. I a regular Medical Assm Idi in nn I >l n / n fi nf rad. iciiu t hem ]in !er d ,ne lap lie 1 have not been troubled since I commenced ink ing it, but slnil! continue and take the en tire three bottlu .-o nstr obtain a peraia* ! flout euro. You have my eituero thanks. I I am, gentlemen, very respectfully*, Wm. G. Oscioodby. I Dr. Rush’s I Gives immediate relief iu all cases of RHEUMATISM. Neurnlgii, Sciatica, Lumbago, B iek eche, So. i luas of the Ciicst, Gout, Quinsy, l or. T roai, r’well ings md Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Jiudil\ Pans, Tenth, Ear ami lleadtie.be, Pros'ed Feet 1 and Ears, anil all ether Pain and Aches. Ur. Hiisli'm ttlixiii Boo! Oil i has no equal in tho world a- a lb aneiil or j oil. 1: is u ehcip. huJ\ , t‘m;>h. anil tore ex | tenia! ti medi lor leau or beast I input |up in twos/. -. Prive 23 mid SO cents, j Sold by drug vis s vv.iy win re. ! Cared cf Rh nmulisiu ii. i ,o He i.s, Eijffalo, N V., May 2,1882. [ Dr. liuth't Jn dic'd AuncuiU'.h: Gentlemen- I have iiitu troubled with | rheumatism for two years. I tried nil ibo I best advenLeo oils and liniments, ami iipiiiy liisl-eliiHS piiysi- inns ivitbmd ii ln f. The last rioeloi I vi lied m-niiiii.et.dud Dr. luisli's “llb.oil Root Oil." 1 pmclias id a large bottle fu liltv i eals, a; d ap plleil if. I . IWo hours I was r< lieved, and now am entirely web Tls affects are wonderful, ami 1 believe it the only thing in the world which wel -me -bet n atisin. Tiu'.y k oil's, John llltci in-on, 80 Erie Si , Butfuio, N. Y. 3IBS. IK. ASDi’N (JailMiic aid u \ -ii-ii ions |'iil.s Prevent aui CuheCons,.p tion and Pi ct. A sine louiedj f i Bill-- I. sue s, Toipidily of li.e L vn-, .lauiid eu un i it 1 iver Complaints. It gives iiniueiliate te liot in S, k and Ner.oiis Heads h-. I ney clean to tin- s. iiiucb .n.d lims n.-oove ail I bad lil-ica iVom .he iuou;h .ml mnke l ie breath pure to. 15... c.. Remove ad Ini purities tine: ..lew a s.ifioiu tho C-m.,..ex ion. Pleasant to 'uko an ! agieeablc in tbeii action. Ei.ineiy unlike oilier pills. Pnieki Tegelable. Price, 23cents. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. The above preparations am prepared by Dr. Kush's Jlediiui Assoei ittuu,in which Dr. Rush r. --via >1 w, ih-lie must pi am incut epe-iuha s of both ttnropcnud Amer ica. Special '-r i.lmenl- mi I eolituii id for any iliseasc. Ttrcse ine-iii lines tire the reg ular pitsur-.pilous iortiie ulmiiscs li.eiitiou. od, and .ever lull to give re!b i. Tin y e.iir be obtained iu Bailnnmv, Mil., al, v.'iiole sale of i limitpsou eV Jlinii, imd uuy drug gist will giauiy obtain U.em ff.r you upon app.icali- n, or they cau >e oblaiued of us direct. Address, T3P. Medical Associntio.?. Jou 13 Kulialo, N. i,U.S. A.