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PRO9TBDRG, MD., MARCH 10,1888. Should the Tar ff Act, passed by the late Congress, occasion effort* to reduce va;**, there i troub'e ahead Interview* in numerous industrial sect’on* indicate that the workingmen will almost universally resent and re sist any and every assault upon theu wages. In that case the nest struggl. will not be a daentlory one, but wil* engage the whole line. In the Pitts burg section it is said ; The unanimity with which iron manu fac'uren hare declared in pi blished inter views that under the new tariff wages of all classes of workmen will hare to be re duced, finds no echo in tne breast of those who will be most aflected, the workmen, and |t will be strange if, In addition to other troubles, this will not be a season of great strikes. Ur. Telford, of the Labor Tribune reporta that the tone of hi* paper's correspondence from all sections — Indicates that workingmen all ever tbr country anticipate an increase of wages this year Instead of a reduction, and be is of the opinion that any attempt to reduce wages will be stubbornly resisted. John Flannery, who represents the Knights of Libor of that district, i* also certain that any proposition to reduce wags* will be opposed, and he can sat no raason why wages should be reduced. He said ; 1 have not studied tho tariff bill very closely, bat I am certain that the reduc tions are not so great as to tear up things generally. If there are any burdens they shonld not be thrown entirely on the shoulders of the workingmen, but shonld be equally divided. I am told that one manufacturer of this district claims to have made $1,000,000 last year. Now, if instead of reducing tbo wages ol bis workmen 10 to 16 per cent., be would be content with that much of a redaction in hit profits, there would be no necessity for reduced wages, and the manufacturer would not feel the loss. But I don’t be lieve in these stories of disaster. Our manufactarers knew wbat was coming, yet they continued to invest Urge sums of money increasing their plant. If they expected to lose money I don’t think they would have done this. The one preventative of the disas ter thni foreshadowed is available only to capital itself. It must speed ily get upon its “good behavior," and ■tay th*re._ _____ A CmBBRLAJiD lawyer is "under the impression that the Journal is the best advertising medium In the county." A men of such sound Judgment ought to be elevated to the bench, and Just as soon as we enjoy the opportunity he shall he nom inated.— Frostburg Journal. That ought to Insure you one more ad veitisement nt least.—Cumberland Aeuu- Oh 1 beg paidon 1 didn't know it was loaded !—Frosthurg Journal. We’ll bet you the amount of your adver tising "swsg" i hat you wouldn't vote for the man il he were nominated for Judge. Come again ! —Cumberland Iftwi. Here we are. Shoot the right man and all will be forgiven. The Cumberland Newt calls it “swag." In polite parlance concern ing tne pay all of us ought to receive for our work the term is, perhaps, dis respectful, especially as the poor, un conscious greenback effigy of the au riferous image of the juvenile Taurus is unable to defend itself. In the un guarded freedom of social intercourse, however, the expression may pass un challenged, as though it were— “ All the wealth of the author * Muses flowering in a lonely word." City Views of the Coal Trade. New York.— Bituminous is not par ticularly active and rates at preaeit are nominal for any quality, and do not appear to he based upon the now toll lists. It will not be long before some thing definite is done, if Spring with it* ethereal mildness takes the place of the pretent wintry aspect. There has been considerable feeling about the relative cost of putting coal into New York and the Eastern markets, from different mining centres. [Here follows a calculation showing the re spective net cost of gross ions of Clearfield and Georges Creek coal in market. Clearfield at New York $4.80 ; Georges Creek, $4.74. Clear field at Baltimore $3.59; Georges Creek $3.44. Clearfield at Boston, $5. 17 ; Georges Creek $5.16.] It will be seen from this statement that tome close figuring will have to be done. One thing we trust will be honored more in the breach than in the observance, is tne gambling on freight* between shipping ports and destination. It has been proposed that the wages in Ciearfield be re duced to give the operators some lit tle leeway, but thu will hardly be done— Ooal Trade Jouinal, Bi.ti ices is exceedingly quiet, and tiade is iu buyers' lavor, (be nominal quotations being $4.50@ $4 60 lor Cleai fieid and $4 firstname.lastname@example.org for Cumberland coal. Cleaifieid coal is at a disadvantage so far as freight rates ate concerned to the extent of at least 20 cents. The Clearfield shippers have urged the Pennsylvania Company to give them a fair ohanoe, and it seems that there is a piospect of another conference. Meauwh.le, we hear that orders are solicited and obtained in a lew ineiances by both Clear field and Cumberland shippers, which are inconsistent with ths freight rates established, in some cases being so low tlat there can be absolutely no profit, indicating that the Cumber land shippers who have made the offer* in question must look to some >ther source for a margin. On the ither band, Oleaifield shipper* have taken low contrac's, showing that ei her they are determined not to lose their grip on the merket or tbet they are willing to impress the rail road company in this way. Philadelphia.—The new railroad freight charges which went into ffect March Ist, are not regarded u some quarters as permanently fixed ■ Itlnugh no good reasons are assigns' fur expecting any modification o hem, at a near or a remote date The bituminous trade is unusually dull. The demand for manufactur mg purpose* is light, and inquiries :oi future shipment* are very ecant. Some collieries have shut down en 'irely, other* are working in part, and only in a limited number is pro duotion tally maintained. The in dustrial situation in the State bean* very diractly and strongly on th e trade. Manufacturer* have restricted to the narrowest limits. The dispo aition of this question lifts a load ol uncertainties from the trade and al low* all concerned to act. Consider able cutting is going on, to prevent an accumulation of stocks. The nor mal requirements are large, and miners anticipate a lively demand at a vsry early day. Pittsburg. —Trade here is about ai unsatisfactory and unsettled as is the weather, which is s.iying a good deal. Dealers and operators talk more hopefully since the passage of the Tariff Bill by Congress, but its provisions are far from satisfactory. The rate on cottons ties alone means at least 12,000 bushels less of coal consumed daily in this city, due to the stoppage of two concerns devoted to the making of ties. Boston. —Bituminous dealers are not particularly anxious to sell coal at present, ss tolls are not satisfact orily settled ; but no buyer is allowed to depart. There is strong evidence of a etill hunt and prospects of a lively competition between the Cum berland and Clearfield dealers. Ac cording to present toils, the nominal asking frea-on-board prices are $3 70 for Clearfield and $3 40 for Cumber land. These prices are wholly nomi nal, however. The ball opened with the Eastern Railroad contract for 60,000 tone, which wts let last Satur day, equally, we are told, to John C. Scott & Som-, who had the whole con tract last year, and to Berwind, White & Co. Both are Clearfield operators. There is no other railroad in the market as yet. Manufacturers are slow about ordering as yet. Chicago. —ln the bituminous coal trade, there is a good demand, follow ed by steady prices. The products *f the Illinois mines are mostly taken by the railroads, hence the mining interest in this State is but little affected by the depression in the iron trade.—N. Y. Coal. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. The Supremo Court of the United States delive ed thiee important de risions Monday. One was a suit brought against the governor, auditor and treasurer of Louisiana to compel to appropriate to the payment of the principal and interest of certain bonds a specific State tax and to continue to levy ami collect said tax for this purpose. The couit ruled that the officers were bound to obey the man dates of the State, to which alone they owed duly ; that they have no contract relation with bondholders, giving the latter power over them, and that the Supremo Court cannot oust the political power of a State in its jurisdiction and set the judiciary in its place. Another decision denied the right of the States of New York and New Hampshire to receive by assignment bonds of other States held by their citizens and, as State*, bring suits for recovery on these bonds egainst issu ing them, such as the constitution of the United States spcifically prohibits citizens Irom bringing. A third decision sustains the valid ity o' the Riddleberger bill passed by the Virgoia Legislature in the inter est ot a practical repudiation of one of the obligations ol that State. After a long struggle, a Tariff Bid has at last been passed, its pro viso ■, so far as they relate to the coal interests generally, being the follow.ug : Coal s ack or culm, Mich as will p. ss through a half-men screen, is thirty can;* i er ton of 28 bushels, 80 pounds to the bushel ; bituminous cod or shale is seventy five cents per ton of 28 busuels, but a drawback . I 75 cents per ton shall be allowed on all bituminous coal im ported into the United States -which is afterwards used for luel cn beard of vessels propelled by steam which ric engageu in the coasting trade of the United States or in trade with foreign countries. This drawback is to be allowed and paid under such regulations as the Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe. Coke is to pay a duty at the rate of 20 psr cent. aY valorem. Anthracite coal is free, a* are also the ccal stores of Ameri can vessels, which rhall not, however, be unloaded. —N. Y. Coal. According to the return* of the Bureau of Statistics, just issued, the imports of coal into the United States were 774,425 tons during the calec - lar year 1882, against 834,875 tens n 1881, the valua’ton being $2 114,- 161 and $2,204,538. The exports were 531,836 tons of anthracite in 1882, end 538,000 in 1881, valued at $2,476,568 and $2,576,502 ; and 413 - 171 tone of bituminous coal in 18S2, igaiust 232 073 tons in 1881, valued it $1,418,379 and $827,213. It will be noted, therefore, that there was quit* an increase in the exports and a alight decrease in the imports of bi tuminous coal.—N. Y. Coal. The Cumbirland Glassworks.— On Tuesday the North Cumberland glawworks commenced blowing, and glass tumbler* of various size* have been made. They are said to be beautiful specimens of the glass-blow er’s art. The management have tele graphed for more skilled workmen, and as soon as possible after they arrive work will be begun for the market. A twitch will be built from the work* to tbs Potomac Branch wharf. A Sensible Opinion. —Judge Gil dersleeve, once captain of the Ameri can Rifle Team, in discharging a boy acquitted of guilty intent in shooting a companion, said ; “You should not have a loaded pistol upon ycur per son or about you. I may claim that I have had au extensive experience in bundling firearms, yet I would as soon have a rattlesnake near me as a loaded gun, and one is likely to be as dangerous as the other.” Congress adjourned Sunday. The Senate tariff bill, with alight modifications, was passed. The duty uron bituminous coal temains at 75 cents per ton. Several notable reductions of tax ation have been secured in the Inter nal Revenue Act, among them the re peal of the Act imposing the two cent tax on bank checks. This Act goes into effect July Ist, next. The rolling-mill of Potts Brothers, at Potlatown, Pi., which baa been atopped for five weeks past on account of uncertainty about the tar iff', was started Tuesday, but after one beat the puddlerb anu their helpers refused to work and went home on account of a reduction to $3.50 per ton for puddleraand oi 8 per cent, in of the other workmen. Strikers Successful.— A tele gram from t. entral a, 111., to Secretary Martin, of the Amalgamated Associa tion, at Pittibuig, stales that the strike of the employees of the Ceu tralta mill* which has been in pro pres since tie first of tbe year, Las been settled in favor of tbe associa tion, and work will be resumed at once. Mr. John Muir, Sr., and several of his sons started in a wagon Satur day morning for their farm. When about five miles from toivn the horse ran away and threw them all out. Messrs. John and William C. Muir were badly bruised. The patty re turned in a wagon sent from town daring the day.—Loaaconing Review. Two-Cent Check Stamps. —The comptioller of the currency says that that the two-ceut check stamp is not required by law to be used after July 1 next. The law ptovides for the re demption of stamps not used, provided they are presented for payment with in three years from the time of pur chase from the government. After being an invalid for fifty years and very ill a number of times Alexander H. Stephens, governor of Grorgia, and one of the best known men in our public life, is dead. He was born of Pennsylvania parents, in Taliaferro county, Georgia, February IX, 1812. The great flour mills in Mioneap polis and throughout the State ol Minnesota are not producing to (he extent of one-lbird of their capacity. A number now running will shut down this week because of the scar city and Ligu price of wheat. The Lochiet Mills at Bloomington, Garrelt couniv, were started up a few days ago The daily on pu of th >-e mills is 80 000 net. .f umber a: d 45, 000 lest ol mins i.nd pickets ami 3,600 b. x s. Oa r seve * million lee now lie in h. mill pond The Reading UrdvMiie Com ;m,j Wednesday cotuedr-d the 10 yet cent, increase in wages asked for by the ninety mou.ders in the etnphy of the company. The Earl of Du lec, whose income from mines amounts to $5 000,000, is bordering on imbecility. Quite Trtie. Candidates will soon be thicker than church collectors. Already they are learning route and practicing campaign smiles. They are com* mencing to show great interest in you and yonr family and they tell yeu how much they ocjoy to he in your town—among inch honest, free hearted and—‘‘much to your credit" —hard-working people. Ahem! Yea, they are among ue, and before the luscious gooseberry hangs ripe upon its bough they will be treating us to beer with money borrowed at 6 per cent. —Lonacouing Review. At present the people of Pompoy Smash have no regularity in receiv ing their mail and very often do not get it until it is from three days, to a week old, and then not unless some one volunteers to go to Frostburg for it. Fompey has a large number of inhabitants, and who are debarred Irora enjoying a goed newspaper on account of not having a daily mail. We hope before long some means may be contrived by which they can enjoy what every other town of equal size in the State enjoys—a post-office. —Queen City Courier. It is a fact, that when hard times befalls any community those who ad vertise least complain most, and if any fail and go out of business (?) it is the man who does not advertise. —Lonaconing Review. Miscellaneous Advertisements. SIMS HOUSE, IJIEDMONT (BaltimoreandOkiorail oaii.) Wesrt Virginia, Nov7 J. P A. RNTLBR.Prop’r THOMAS’ Boot, Shoe, Hat and Cap EMPORIUM. The Latest Novelties in Boots and Shoes are now displayed on mv counters. Every style of OEXTEEMEM’N H ATS AMU CAPS AT LOW PKICES. I also keep constantly on hand a large supply of Leather and Shoe Find. IngH. An inspection of my stock before purchasing Is requested. TRUNKS A SPECIALTY. WILLIAM THOMAS, Main street, Frostburg, Md. £®*Agcnl for the Peerless Remington ; Sewing Machine. [May7-tf ORDER_NISL \ In the matter of the sale of (he Real Estate of Elizabeth Wright, deceased— In the Orphans’ Court < f Allegany county, February Term, 1883. ORDERED, This 23d day of February, 1883, by tiie Orphans’ Court of A le gally county that the sale made and report ed by Guilin M. Graham, Executor In the foregoing cause, be ratified ami confirmed unless cause to the connuiy thereof he shown on or before the 23th flay < f March, 1883; provided, a copy of ibis order he pub lished in some newspaper printed in Alle gany County, Maryland, cnee a wee a for I bice successive weeks prior to the 26th day ol Maid, next. The report slates the amount of sale to he SIOSO. JOHN t OULEHAN, C. J. O. C. ROBERT BRUCE, J. O. C. J. D. ARMSTRONG, J O. C. True copy. Test: Jno. Ruin’d, March 3—Bt Register. Fine Dentistry. DR. L. bTwILSON’S NEW SYSTEM OP EXTRACTING TEETH WITHOUT PAIN, No. 17 North Liberty Street, CUMBERLAND, MD. BEAUTIFUL and durableopt rations on Natural Teeth. Bud brcalli cured. Artificial Teeth inserted without covering the entire palate. Light, natural and com finable artificial appliances fir sunken cheeks, and facial detormi ics. Old loose and broken sets repaired while waning. Office open every night until 10 o’clock. Fifteen years of practical expedience and a graduate of the Baltimore College <.f Dental Surgery. Feb 11-y One Fool Among Many Wrecked by Hist Fntciupered Ambition -A Lightliouwe on (be Shoals. tkT OUGHT to have stopped five years 1 before 1 did; hut I thought it would nut amount to anything, so 1 kept on. I was a fool, of course—hut who isn't, when ambition and the chance of making money spurs him on? 1 only hope 1 shall get well enough to digest another square meal some time withool a rebellion in my stomach.” Tin speaker was one of fhc liest known eiril engineers and mining experts in this country; Lardy by nature as a h (IJo, but broken do mi by hard study and the liter cilo-s lashing aiiministertd to his mind and hotly by his own h ind during the earlier pari of his career. At titty lie is pn-ma luiely giay, bent in form and dispirited. Dyspepsia did it— Dy|*|wia, the self-in flicte.. curse of the American in every de pailmem of toil. "I am ihiriy-Hve years old,” writes Mr. Charles II Watts, ol West Somers Put nam county, N. Y , and had stiff, red from Dyspepsia lot fifteen ycuis Trad ■ Very Uni g At lasi gave I'Alt Knit's Ginuuk Tonic a elianm to show wnai tumid ,lc lot me. Ii proved its ability l y curing me. I recommend it to all who are suliertng trout this dreadtnl disease ” Mr. G. R. Cole, drnggitl, of Carmel, N. Y., certifies to 'tie tiudi ot Mr. Watts’ statement. Gloom, despondency, hopelessness, dis gust with all iahol, slteplessncbs, liomd dreams to render lieti-time like die hour of execuli n to a ctini.tml - these are some of yspipsia’s loot- r.uis. The Dyspeptic luiows what Coleridge meant when he said ‘‘Nigil is my bed." Palikkk’s (Jini.f.h lonic cures Dyspepsia, purifim the hlo. d, disposes Rheum item ami id chrome ail ments. Pr.ets,.io ceuln and if LUO n bottle. HISCOX ii (JO , Match 3—lm .New York. Mlscellaneons Advertisements. William Brack. Bun j. A. Richmond Brace &. Richmond, A TTORNE 78 AT LA W. OfllccNo.4 Washington street, CUMBERLAND,MD. WILL be in Frostburg regularly every Thursday. June 80- KENNY HOUSE, Piedmont, Weal Vu., T. KENNY, - Proprietor. ‘•riilS Hotel hasono of tiro fluent Sample 1 Rooms on line of B. &O. railroad. Oct 8-y FOR SALE, THE Tulley Store Property In- Lonaconing, Md. 4 PPLY TO /\ J SEMMES DfVECMOX, Attorney for Di-tries & S inglitfr, Permanent Tiustees in Insolvency of March 3—lt Patrick T. Tulley. 1810 IBH2 Gunard Steamship Co., LIMITED, BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LlV- EßPOOL,callingat Queenstown each way. Proposed sailings from Pier 40, North River, New York ; Bothnia .Wednesday Jan 31 Catalonia. ... “ Feb 7 Gallia “ “14 Pavouia “ “ $1 Servia “ “ 16 Cabin passage, 080 and £ 100 gold ( Sterage, 038. THOS. O. PORTER, Jan *9 Frostburg. Md. NOTICE IS HERE Bit GIVEN r piIAT I have diacontlniied tbs I Butchering business lor the winter for the purpose of collecting my outstanding bills. I hope that all to whom hills are pre sented will respond cheerfully. A part if not all will he thankfully received from time to time. Those wishing to make payment can find me at my BRICK MEAT SHOP on Broadway every Saturday. All bills nut settled by the Ist of April will be placed in the hands of another col -1 ector - l Dec 23 J w - H - BEPLER. -A-XjlLi-A-ISr XiilSTB STEAM BETWEEN BAI/riMOKE&LIVKKPOOL Calling at HALIFAX and QUEENSTOWN. Each way. The splendid Screw Steamers of the above Line will run as follows-. Prom Tons. Baltimore Hibernian 8000 Jan. 23 Caspian 8000 Peb. 5 Circrssian 4100 Feb. 11) Sardinian 4100 Mar. 5 Caspian 3000 Mar. 10 Parisian 5500 Apr. 2 And thereafter every fort night. Ail stcamcis are appointed to leave Bal timore at 9 a. in., on their advertised dates. Steerage Passage to or from Liverpool Londonderry, Glasgow, Queenstown, Bel fast, Bristol, Cardiff, itec., at Lowest Rale. Very best accommodations for Steerage and Intermediate Passengers. An experienced s urgeon i s attached to each vessel, intermediate and Steerage steward esses carried by each steamer for the pur pose of attending to the wantsof the fe males and children. For further psrticu arsor passage tickets to and from Great Britain,apply to A. SCHUMACHER & CO.,Baltim >re;o* in Frostburg to J.JANDORF, Jan 20-v Main Strep WIIhHE TO BE CIUtED. Dr. ROBERTSON, 30 N LIBERTY ST., BALTIMORE, MD I‘IIE mos l reliable and successful speci alist in this country, with 20 years ex perience in special treatment ol a'l acute and chronic diseases of the Urinary Organs ofllie Nervous Si stem, Organic ant* Semi nal Weakness Nocturnal Emissions, Im piilency (loss of sexual power ) Net vans Trembling, Shyness, Wasting of Bo 'v, Palpitation of Heart, &c., caused by early abuse or excess of married life, quickly cured by newly-discovered remedies Dial have never failed. Gonorrhoea, Qlect and Stricture quickly cured. Syphilis In till its stages, Syphilitic Ulcers of the Body, Hu mors, Blotchc on the Face, Ulcers in Note oi Throat positively cured, and the poison entirely eradicated from Dio system with out the use of Men ury. Dr, Robertson is a graduate ol the University ol Maryland. Refers to leading physicians of Ual'imore, his native city. All Female Complaints and all Irregularities quickly removed. Correspondence strictly confidential. Medicine sect to any address packed tree from observation. A cn c guaranteed in every case placed under my treatment. Enclose stamp lor reply. [Dec 23 BUFFALO, NX THE ONLY ASSOCIATION OF PROMINENT Lady Physicians IN THE WOHI.D. Thla institution was formed for tho soJe pur "Wi* of treating tbo dlnea-e* of women. It In ompo #d only of phy>ioiani who have obtained i loading rank in the jpVnfOMlon by Ihelt eknowle Igod abilitv and ncces, .and who •ivc mad** the health and disci-es of women r mdv f r rears. Lading can be suecc-Hfidlv re led at home, without nnv other expend ban the cost of the me Heine. Advice bv mnH rre. Send “tamp forciron'nniand '©-UmonlaN I 'm ImliOrt wiio hare been permanently cured ‘LADIES’TONIC" the Favorite Prescription of the Women’s Medical Institute r f’rolapsuo Uteri, or Falling of |ho Womb. • iieoi hoea or While*: Inflammation and rieci”<ll‘ n of the Womb; IrregularHe*. Flood 'if. Amenorrhoea or lack of niomlily vl-lta ion, Weakness in the Dark and stomach. Faint ■lews, NervoiH I’roj-trailo', Dyspepsia, KMne\ . • paint-, HiiiTcnnesH, and an atonic dnrin Pregnane*. a regular period h ihronuh chan; ■ ' ife. and f..r the general debility of women. It' positively (five* quick atui permanent i flit/. Cne Pint Bottle Is Sufficient. - old by Druggists. Price, SI.OC • Miscellaneous Advertisements. J. SEMMES Dc VECMOJV, Attorney-at-Law, ■Tmi —v CUMBERLAND. MD. DR. JOHN J. JONES, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ol I flee on Main street In h a now t>ul fl ing, next floor west of the English Baptist Ch..rch, Frostburg, Md. |Jan 6 D J. BLACKIBTON. .TAR. E. BLLKOOOD ■ BLACKISTON & ELLEQOOD, Attorneys-at-Law, 2 Washington St., Cumherlpnfl, Md. Apr 9-y NOTICE. rHAVE plrced a large number of bills in tlie hands oi ANDREW BMELTZ, Esq.,for collection I hope those to whom they are made out will settle with him speedily as i ossible. Nov 25 W. II RAVENSCRAFT. EATING HOUSE. U* HEN you come to Froslburg don’t forget to stop at Chambers’ Eating House, Where LUNCHES, MEALS aud FRESH OYSTERS are served at all hours DR. C. C. JACOBS, PKACTITIONEB OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY OFFICE in Dr. Gc'zemlanner’s late office, Broadway, Frostburg, Md. Oct 22-v JAMES K. MACBETH. Attorney-at-Law, Office No. 2 Water St., Cumberland, Md. SPECIAL attention given to collection of claims, examination of titles to laud, and conveyancing. Criminal, Equity and other business promptly attended to. [Feb 10 33. T, JEWELL, Ladle* and Gentlemen'* Merchant Tailor, MAIN ST., FROSTBURG, MD. MAKER -of all kinds of LADIES’ Jacket!*, Dolman**, D In tern aud Wrapper**. GENTLE MEN’S SnilH in the Newe**t Style**. Samples of Foreign and Domestic Goods of Excellent Quality and Low Pri ces always on I and. Alterations and Re pairs Neatly Done. [Feb 3—y FOR RENT. A LARGE Dwelling House (16 rooms,) situated on Unien or Main street, Frostburg, Md. Heated by steam. W.-.tcr and gas through the bouse, and one-quarter acre of ground with a lot of choice truit. For further particulars apply to Fob 10 JAMES H. WARD SMALL POX, SCARLET FEVER | DIPHTHERIA Prevented and Cured by the use of BROMOGHLORALUM Used in Hospitals of New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Chicago, New Orleans and other Cities. OATIENTS SHOULD BE SPONGED 1. with it, according to directions, sev eral times a day. The virus of the disease is liy this means m utralized, and contagion is prevented; pit-marks are also prevented. One bottle diluted with water will make twelve pints of proper strength. Price, SO cents Per Bottle. Sold by all Druggists Send for a Pam phlet. BKOMO CHEMICAL CO., 24 Liberty Srcelt, Now York City. Feb 10-tit We Have Little to sa r, BUT WHEN YOU WISH TO PURCHASE EITHER A MONUMENT, Tombstone, Coping, Iron Fence, Mantel, Orate, or Terra Uolla IMpe, \\7E WILL INSURE YOU THE .V > VERY BEST I* THE MARKET FOR THE LEAST POSSIBLE PRICE. A., ti. A.3VLXGTS:, Dec 2) Cumberland, Md. GEO. A. WING EUT, Druarorist, FROSTBURG, MD. JJEADQUARTERB for Drugs, Medicines, PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, Fine Toilet Notion**, WALL PAPERS—endless variety of pretty patterns, WINDOW GLASS—aII sizes, etc. Prescriptions promptly and carefully compounded. BEALL’S BLOCK, FROSTBURG, MD. May 7— -If ATTENTION ! \\J E expect a grand rush at our Gallery VY uni d after the Holidays. Butaswc have secured the serv.ces of a VAL V.IBLE A SSIH TA XT, MR. H. G. WILSON, I.ATK or PHILADELPHIA, we arc prepared to meet and cordially wait on all lha> may call. Mr. Wilson is Fine tlrayrtn Ar tist. (Samples ol which will be on ex hibition at our Art Palace soon ns they can ' e executed ) He is also a First t’lusi IMiotoKrapher. Our Productions are Equal in all particulars to the Best City Work, and Much Cheaper! If yon don't believe what we say cal; and see for yom selves. OLD PICTURES So and Finished in style away above the or dinary. Everybody drop in ami sec A. A. ROGERS, Dec 9-tf The Artist. Pr. Rush’s Medical Association. Dr. Rush’s Specific FOK Consumption A POSITIVE CURE FOR CON SUMPTION IN ALL STAGES. For Bleeding at tlu Lungs, Colds, Coughs, Croup, Bro ch tin, luflii enzii. Asthma, and all affec tions of the I nngs it has no equal. Hr. RiiHh’g Specific for Con sumption is recommended by all the lending physicians who are acquainted w ith its use. Price, Large Size, SI.OO t “ Small “ GO Sold by D uggists everywhere. Dr Willoughby, ibc attending pbysi chin at the Sisters Hospital and one of Bnlfnlo’s most prominent members of the profession, lias used it for years, and says ; Buffalo, Aug 17,1882. Or. Hush’* Medial Association ; Dear Doctobs— I unhesit- tingly add my mime to the long list of regular pmc litieners who have recommended your "Sjuilllr for Cniisiimpli n.” I have used it lor many years in my practice for all pulmonary affections, and have always been more thaa satisfied with the results. I consider it the hist compound known for all lung diseases. Yours, M. Willoughby, M D. Dr. Howard, Professor ol Anatomy, Colege of Physicians and Burgeons, Buf falo, N. Y., says: Dr Rush’s Medical Association: Dkab Doctobs—l have used your Spe cific for Consun ption in my practice for years with the best results. 1 consider It a sure cure (or consumption, if taken ac cording to directions. Yours truly, C. F. Howard, M. D. IDJrI, RUSH’S ‘Regulator’ FOR Hart Troubl s A SURE CURE FOR ALL DISEASES OF THE HEART. Dr. Kush’s “Regulator” has never faded to give relief. It-has been used successfully fur years, in subduing the most stubborn eases of heart difficulties. Largo Size $ 1.00 Small Size GO Sold by Druggists everywhere. Wm. Q. Osgoodby.thc well known safe manufacturer of Buffalo, Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Newark and Atlanta, Ga., siys: Office of Osooodby’s Improved Safes, 17 S Broad Street, Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 17th, 1881. Ur. Rush’s Medial Association ; Dear Doctors—Tim three bottles of “Dr. Rush’s Regulator” 1 ordered were re ceived by cxpresH last week. I have taken nearly one Lottie and am thoroughly satis fied witli the result. For over two years I have been troubled with sharp pain at my heart. My physician, upon examination, pronounced it enlargement ol the heart, and was unable to give me iay > ellef t ho trouble grew worse, until I nnd become convinced that 1 could not hecured. While in New Yoik City, last week I culled on one of the most prominent physicians there, who charged me $25 for an exami nation ami then recommended your “Reg ulator.” Knowing you to be a regilar Medical Association, nnd not a patent mod. kins scheme, I un-end three bottles, I have not been troubled since I commence- lik ing it, hut shall continue and take the en tire three bottles so as to obtain it puruia i eul cure You have my sincere thanks. I am, gentlemen, very respeelluliy, Wm, Q. Osoi eDBY. Dr. Rush’s BLOOD ROOT OIL Gives immediate relief in ail cases of RHEUMATISM. Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Back ache, Son-nets of the Chest, Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, fwell mgs and Sprains, Burns and Sealda, General Bodily Pans, Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet and Ears, and all other Pain and Aches. Dr. lliinli’h Itlouu Root Oil las no equal in I he World as a lb iraenl or oil. It is a cheap, safe, simple and sure ex ternal remedy lor man or liensl. Ilia put up in two sizes. Price 25 aud 50 cents. Sold by druggists everywhere. Cured of RliHiwaUaiu In TnO Hours. Buffalo, N. Y., May 2,1882. Dr. Rush's Medical Association ; Gentlemen— l have been Doubled with rheumatism for two years. I tried all the best advertised oils and liniments, ami many litsl-elass physicians without relief. The lust doctor 1 veiled recommended Dr. Hush’s “Blood Hoot Oil.” I purchas ed a large buttle for fifty cents, nnd ap plied it. In two hours I wits relieved, and now am entirely Well. lis ufleets are wonderful, ami I relieve it the only thing in the world which wi.l cure iheumalism. Tiuly Yours, John Hutchinson, 89 Erie St, Butliilo, JL Y. MRS. DR. It USD’S Callmric ami Aud-Bilious Pills Prevent and Cuke Constlpatiun and Pi cs. A sure remedy P>r Biliousness, Toipidily of the Liver, Jauud.ee and all l iver Complaints. It gives immediate re lief in Sick and Nervous lleudsehe. They cleanse the stomach and thus remove all bad tastes from the mouth and make the breath puie and sweet. Remove ad Im purities aud aallowness from the complex ion. Pleasant to 'like and ngieeahle in their action. Entirely unlike oilier pills. Purely vegetable. Price, 25 cents. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. The above prepuialioiisarc prepared by Dr. Kush's Mednal Association, m winch Dr. Hush is associated \v itii the most pi em inent speendis's ol both Europe and Amer ica. Special treatment cun he obtained for any disease. These nicdl dues are the reg ular prescriptions >or the disi uses mention ed, mid never tail tog.ve relict. They can he obtained in Baltimore, Md., at whole sale of I In inpsou A Mu h, and any nrug e.sl will ghn ly obtain Itn ui fi.r you upon app icnli n, or they can be obtained of us direct. Adores?, DK. R-XJSXi’S Medical Association, Jan 13 Buffalo, N. Y., U. S. A.