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FRQBTBURG, MD., APRIL 21,1888 City Views of the Coal Trade. According to all indication*, mat ter* in the bituminous coal trade art rapidly approaching a crisis, and the happenings of the next week or two will probably decide whether or not the hopes of consumerj that concee ■ion* will be possible are well founded. The hesitation shown in delaying the award of a number of some of the largest contracts for which bids weri opened during the past two weeks ii attributed to efforts made by the par ties using the coal to engineer a break in the railroad rate*. The statement which ere brought forward to con yjnee each ene of the two railroadi which has entered into the agreement that the other has not adhered to iti provisions, are calculated to put i severs strain upon the tn mpact. 0. the one band, Cumberland coal ap pears to have been sold at low figure in the Eastern market, a fact which it is urged, cannot le entirely ex plained away by pointing to tbt lower rates at which this coal can bi put down at Georgetown Via canal On the other hand, large contract have been made by Clearfield opera tors, one of 15,000 tons within the last two weeks, at a figure alongsidi in this harbor, which would leave a direct loss ol 20 cents per ton, esti mating the cost of delivering the coal into cars at the mine at 75 cents, pro vided the full schedule rate is to be paid. These are some of the considerations that enter into this knotty problem. Its solution, whether by violent or other means, is, we believe near at hand. Should it lead to a break, the bituminous operatore will be afforded an opportunity to largely widen their market, particularly in the East. During the week, a number of smaller contracts have been closed. Current business, however, is slack and prices are low. We quote nomi nally, $firstname.lastname@example.org for Clearfield, and f4.40@54,60 for Cumberland, accord ing to quality.—Engineering ami Mining Journal. Philadelphia.— -Several unfavor able influences are at work in the bituminous coal trade. Buyers are ■till backward. Consumption is re stricted by the failure of iron man ■factnrsrs to make stock for future requirements. The iron trade is un settled, tnd, as lower prices are con fidently looked for, purchase* are l a hand to mouth character. The Clearfield region is driving ahead, regardleee of danger-signals. There ie no further room for a cutting of rates, and large buysre are making purchases uf small lots. The oonrst et the Penney vania Railroad Cun p.ii.v iscommeided in seme quartm i. fixing i esliicMve rife on Cleaifi .< coal. TfaeCuuH irl.nd Onipul -mi be viry large. y incieased Pieseni prices t>re s-nuu ly cut, and the Hail, is litse lU'd. ..) e ils rave been -ii k ing lU> ere urg-nty all b- week; IUI the ii iUL-; in nl are luu e e de •0 aUraei iti m l‘> m ie (ban pin sing wauls. Vi wi g the miii.il h ttom li pom e, th-rv is uni i g a aim tlie sir ng 0( iln ; (ml a tiClille and | rude ee am lo' Ii iee - my nnlil ala lepre-n. „ ■■ Uni in • h t been c eaitd aw. \. Chicago.—'lbu li.iuminuiis Iran has implored to msiiufn tur re, bn in o'her directions ha* fa 1, n ol), a cepi with railroads, wh rb are taking the usual amount. The suit eon mines ate w< ik* d only io such m extent as to fill pusent orders, n surplus slock being loft on baud Some mines are worked on full lime while others are not. Boston, —The bituminous trad' remains very quiet, the buyeis show ing the same hesitancy that, has been heretofore noted. Low figures con tinue to be made on the business lha< is doing.—N. Y. Coal. MI SC EL LA NEO VS ITEMS. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Atlantic and George’i- Creek Consolidated Coal Company was held Thursday afternoon in Bal timore. Directors were elected as fol lows: Simoe Rosenberg, Edward S Myers, Philip Hamburger, Milton M Wheat, Philip Jo-eph, Louis Adler and Charles D. Blake. A larger num ber of shares were voted than has been the case for several years pri vion*. The com [any is reported ti be in a flourishing condition, having large and paying contracts for coal, which is now being mined at Pern in this State, under the superinie dence of Mr L. T. DeWitt. Ti company about a year .go | uroban-- a valuable tract ol coal land in k i eral county. West Virginia, fr i, United Slate- Se aior Davis, of lb Siaie, and Mr. A:x. S -aw, of 8.l . m.re, wh cb will ieo t e ,ed ibis an. • uer.— Bt.limore Day. Opinion n An Injunction Casi . —• I- lung ixi eci- ilu, r< l>n Jd. e P air. In rUe I j lie iu.i c.asi v,l tie Atlan'ic ami G-o r ge's Crook Creek ooal company vj. Maryland coal com pany and others, brought to restrain the latter cctrf ar y frem proceeding with a trespass damage suit against ihe former, was filed Tuesday. It dissolves the temporary injunction, leaving the question of costs unsettled until final hearing of the case in equity.—Cumber'and News, “It's all right to say George Washington never told a lie,’ re marked a thoughtful mining superin tendent. "1 don’t say he did, but hi lived in a time when that wasn’t hard tor a man to accomplish. If George were alive now snd running my mine and had to write a weekly letter re porting progress, I’m inclined to ihink he’d wrap urape around his lit tle hatchet and put it away when -he historian of the future wouldn’i no likely to find it." The Wyoming Cattle Supply.— Mr. John F. Goad, of Cayenne City, Wy., one of the representatives of that Territory and one of the largest stockmen there, says that the past winter bus been a good one for cattle, and t'-at they have done well. Hi asserts that ibu prices will be higher, us tne supply does not equal the de demaud (or the consumption of the increasing population and augmented export trade. A Big Day's Work. —Last Friday ihe following work was don# at the Lochiei Lumber ermpany's mill at Bloomington: There were sawed 96,527 feet of lumber; 39,250 feet of lath and 1,820 feet of paling. Besides this 3,500 box shook* were made. This is claimed to have been the largest day's work ever done by a mill of the same eiza in the country. —Cumberland News. The railroad coal operators met at Pittsburg, Pa , Thursday and unani mously decided to reduce the mining rate on April 23 from 3i to 3 cents ■ per bushel. The miners will meet next Tuesday to take action in regard to the reduction. It. is thought a strike will fco ordered. The bill authorizing the tunneling of Broadway, New York, for the pur pose of building a four-track under ground railway has passed the lower house of the New York Legislature. There will bo enough ways for getting "up town” in the Northern metropolie after a while. > A prominent and successful mer chant saya that when he is tired and I wants rest lie don't go off on a tour and spend money, but he just simply takes his advertisement cut of tho papar.—lndianapolis Sentinel. * The Pennsylvania Senate Wednes day passed a bill making general election day a legal bolidev, also s hill t-rev-Ming the conso’idati m of i ,n rnpeling lire lines tor 'he Irens !<■ r'aii'Mi of. -il. i The lief of the I.ehillb Coal and Nav ipu'inn Company for the fi st three ■nori'h" of 1833 show a vain of about ; SUOOOO as compared wrlihecor •e-p-nding period of last ye r. Familiar Sr ht —A Iran e <-om -1 ra - inn of- p’a vert ii I m it de and a rsefnl mini mv be fount in 'he hn t kir r up c<rp fa for sprin • cleaning.- L.we'l (Mn ) Ci'iz-Ti. The C-e ,r m Aer 'U do .of Wl-e nr, W Vi.. Thursday r-solved fr • i mar d twenty-five cents pirlbrus -ml advance in all trades of cigars, f" e rna ufactnrers will refuse. Con hpfeahi.e ex- item t wan ■muse I ai Ashland, Pa , Thursday, hv rho s-itling of the surface over one of the gangways of the Tunnel colliery. A GENERAL strike of the ccal min ers of the llccktng \alley begin Thursday against a reduction of wages amounting io thirty cents aday. Scttiny Hens, This is the season when bens run mad and will not le comforted unless they can hide away somewhere and sit night and day on a wooden neat egg or an old do:r-knob. Several men were discuEsing this question in a grocery (-tc.ro one evening recently. A man who owns a large flock of Dorkings remarked : "Not even an act. of Congress can break up a settin’- hen.” “Ever tried jammin’ ’em un der a barrel, and pouiin’ water on 'em V demanded the man on the •ugar barrel. "Yes," replied the Dorking man, "I've poured water on 'em till they grew web-footed like a • lamed duck, and afterward found m in an old coal hod eeitin' uway on lumps o’ coal." “Tie a red rag ■ iomul one wir.g,' said a man who •as eatirg iheese and ci acker-, ‘ that'll fix 'em" "Might as well iller'em a chiumo," said tbeDuik g men. *T lied a wlioh. led woolen a in on one last spring, miG-g my Oic iI she itl*lii I make a lust ol it n’ et ti.ree weeks on ihe hull us " I'h n ihe grocer said ii was lime (o , 010-H up, Mini o-ch m ti ,i ded up hi loins ai I iloaij Ii d >lll. —D troit i Free Cress. ADDITION 1C LOCALS. County Commissioners. The bond ot Collector John J. Keller was approved Friday of last week. On Saturday th h >1 ot Collector J. M. Sbi.her was approved. The report of Messrs. Robert Ma theny, W. J. Walker and Hopewell Webb, the committee appointed on the first day of the session to examine the Treasurer's sccor.nts, was pre sented. After a thorough examina tion they to .i d i ihe accounts cor rect, ami Mr. Web-agio s methodi were approved and complimented. Monday —Henry Horgott's bond as constable of No. 13 was approved Wednesday. —Andrew Patrick wet appointed constable in District No. 8 Westernport. The erection of a new barn nn tin dmshonse property was ordered, an< the Board visit d the term to seket location" The board adj urnnd. "Heavy work," says the News “was done during the cession j..st closed in the way of tax changis Nothing definite tezard ng the remit as affecting the taxable basis can bi learned, however, until the various collectors ren er reports of new assess ments. These repoits are expeoteo to be in shortly." Hay Fever Remedies. —Froslbun, has won censiderabl# notoriety as the centre of bay fever specific inventions and manufacture. Dr. Townsend con ceived and perfected his remedy in this vicinity and ehortly after Mr. D. 0. Percy, druggist, of this place, pul bis preparation upon the market. Both are strongly recommended by 1 numerous parties near and far who have tested their curative properties A pamphlet of 32 pages, recently is sued by Dr. Townsend contains sev eral letters from Rev. Henry Ward ; Beecher, testifying to the efficacy of i the doctor’s remedy. In fact, Mr. - Beecher could not be more enthusias- I tic over its virtues had he a proprie i tary interest in it. From the terri tory covered by the other testimonials , it is evident that it enjoys a wine . range of use. Mr. Percy reports . large sales and a growing demand for ■ his medicine. Mining Prospects. —A largo con ! tract for coal, not previously given 1 this region, has been secured by the Blaen Avon coal company. The stationary engines at New I Hope mine are being supplied with r new boilers, which will bo ready lor r work in a few days. 3 Johnson Bro’s received Thursday an order f< r 60,000 feet mine lumber to be used in Eckbart slope The signs point to May Ist as the ' du'e from which it is expected work 5 will go on in earnest. The Ba.timer* f and Ohio railroad company, we learn i*-xt.i ii ing mure tin usual r '-res' ill and lit) .ality to tie Hade, -tel - ] de e:m tied II ai tills o al s a!i hav , in m rket al the he efi id Its 11' r doubted merit. . I It i aied mat tl e At .m in ecu j | ll' baa Old rs |iii 4ho one dt V | Public S hool Affairs Ti - C uni Daubers lurM u'e willin'- 1 in Cist le S drool buiMii g. L n itii i o da} A number of lit- r--s in q-i*- rio-8 ill be-‘i crime- and deiega e P the S'a'e T-a. hers' A Oci Ml II el C lel Tin- latter body nwrts inOna -|C,ty. Md , July 10 11 and 12 'lhe t.ehavn r if the [niptls i f Pub lic Scirool No I is much ini rov-d. ‘D n’t know >bo the conservator i-, Lilt expect we will have to ciedit Mi. Bucaey. j. Tiikt have discovered a new way < 1 ; reserving butter no Hint it will hist, lln-y claim. 100 \ ears. Why auv one should want Io eat such old butter when bourn buy some five years old ut any grocery s 1 a question not before Hie bouse.—Lima * coiling HevUw. Or why anybody should prefer it I to the legula’ion keg which is dump ed upon a suffering public is a qnes i tion that ought to go the select cora > miltee cn soap-grease. I Tufc large number of sick ones flacking to consult Dr. Nicbolls at the ' tineen City Hotel, Cumberland, indi cates that they fully appreciate tho ■ nro opportunity now presented thorn to be cured of their maladies. Dr. 1 Nicholls, in consequence of other en ’ gagemente, will be unable to visit ' Frostburg. Those wishing to consult 1 him must see him at Cumberland. ! Has a Hard Time Getting Set tled Doan. —Joseph Gardner, tho Eckbart foreigner who lost a leg from a hurt in the mine last week, and ad judged insane, did not go to ths Mary land hospital, as stated, but to Ihe ’ countv ulaisbou-o. i Changecf Date — A letter i>c- iv | id yeateidav trom Coi. On eland stat s tba he cannot ba here on the 7tn o. Ut., as announced in these columns Uni week. Ho wII be lure iW-dnedsv e einiig, May i6i.li, m it- ad. • 1 A LAIiGE M. in me W U-IOW of Mr. D J. L z - j a n -o e ur , niHi.e nie a 11 • c i,iu-i i ass -rs by. ’ Business Locals. Every TllCHtlay.—The public are led to believe bv certain Railroads that low rale tickcis will be sold and special trains rim to the West "eiery 7 umdny." This is calculated to deceive parties contemplating a trill West, as by the Penney vania Rail road you can go any day in the week on last Express trains, and at just as low rates as by any other route on Tuesday. It isn well known fact that the Pennsylvania Railroad is the direct route between the East and the Great West. Parties contem plating a trip to Knn*as, Colorado , Nrbras hi, A'uc ilcaieo, Dakota, or any of the Wes tern Stales or Territories, would consult laeir own interest by calling on the m ar eal Agent of this Company for Maps, Time rallies, etc., where they will receive lull information, ir by writing to Titos. E. \V att. Passenger Agent Western District, No. 110 Filth Avenue, Pittsburg. Work <i)ivii On!.—On receipt of your address we wi I make an offer by which you can earn sll to $7 evenings, at your home. Men, Women, Hoys or Girls cun attend to it, H C. Wilkinson &Co , 11)5 ami 107 Fulton street, Now York. File* are frequently preceded by a senseol weight in the back.kins and low ••r part of the abdomen, causing the patient “I suppose he has sonic affection of the Kinneys or neighboring organs. At times, -yniptmns of indigestion are present, as llutuiency, uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture, like perspiration, producing a very disagieeuble itching, pariicnlarlv at uigiit after getting warn m bed, is a very common attendant. Internal, External and itching Piles yield at once to the applica tion of Dr. llosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts affected, absorb ing! he Tumors, allaying the intense itch ing, and effecting n permanent cure where ill other remedies have tailed. Do not de lay until the drain on the system produces iiermuneu* disability,hut try it and lie cured Price, SO cents. Ask you druggist for it, md when you cannot obtain it ot him, wc we wi.i send it, prepaid, on receipt • f price Address The Dr. Bosanko Me-icine Go., Piqua, Ohio. Bold by Thomas McNeill, DntLgißt, Frcstburg, Md. [Augs-y Free of C’oh(.—By calling at Thus. McNeill’s drug store, you can get a sample bottle ol Dr 80-anko’s Cougu ami Lung Syrup, which will relieve the must ohstiu, ate Cough or Cold, and show you what I lie regular 50-ceul size will do. When troubled with Asthma, Bronchitis, Dry, Hacking Cough, Pains in the Chest, and all diseases o' the Throat and Lungs, try a sample bottle of this medicine. [Aug 5-y (InilßlllliptiOll. —lt is said Hint 50,000 people die annually in the United Stales alone from this disease. In some sections of the country one death in every three is from Consumption. This can be, and should be avoided; our people arc too cat dess about an ordinary cough or cold, and other symptoms ot threat and long nff 'clious that lead to tills disease. You should arrest it while in the germ. Two or three doses of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup will relieve an ordinary cough or cold. It docs not dry up a cough like many preparations on the market and leave the disease behind it, but acts directly ou the throat and bronchial tubes, removing all tire phlegm and morbid matter that ac cumulates in the throat ai d lungs. It al lays all irritation, and renders the voice clear and distinct. Sold by Thomas Mc- Neill, Druggist, Frostburg, Md. [Augs-y “I,Julies’ Tonic.”—The Oukat Female Remedy is prepared by the Women's Medical Institute ol Buffalo, N. V., and is llieir favorite prescription for ladies wiioare suffering from any weakness or complaints common to Ihttr sex. It is sold by druggists at $t per bottle. Ladies can obtain advice free. Scud stamp for names oft oso who have been cured. Mlsi cllam e in Art vorl fiienici.tr- Stoves & Tinware < RUB. Jimvsox is still active 1 and doing a good business at No. Jj.9 Main St., Frostburg, Where be sells the BIST STOVE in town I refer to Hie well known “Ironsides!” A'nieli ha- the large-1 oven a d is toe iin Ki si liakimr sloe in I lie mo r-cl 1 'also inainif elnri aid keep eon -antv on Inin ll.i mos substantial amt v.) best Tinware! TO BE FOUND. SolieitniL' m all and an inspection ottlie -nperli New ironsides Cook Stove and ny -lock of tinwan , 1 r main yums, Am W-v FRED .lOilN-oN 1810 1883 Cunai'd Steamship Co., LIMITED, j JETWEEN NEW ViRK AND LIV r lEUPOOL ciillingat Queenstown each way. Purposed -lutings from Plot 40, North Rsver, New York: P .vonia Wednesday March 28 S rvia “ April 4 Scythia “ “ 11 Gallia . “ “ 18 Bothnia “ “ 25 Pavouia....... “ May 2 Serna “ ... ...My 9 Cabin passage, 880 and 8100 gold. Steerage passage from New York to Liverpool, Queenstown, Glnsgew, Belfast, Londonderry. Cardiff', or Bristol, S2S; to Dublin, $29 1 to Loudon, s3l; to llnvie and Paris, Hamburg, Antwerp, Hot ierdam, Biomen,Copenhagen, Amsterdam, or Mauheim, $32. To New York from Liverpool, Queenstown, Glasgow, Belfast, r Londonderry, s2l; from London, Car diff', or Bristol, $24; from Havre, Parts, Hamburg, Antwerp, Rotterdam, Bremen, or Amsterdam, $27 ; from Gothenburg, or Copenhagen, S2S. Fo-further particulars or tickcis upplv to or addiess " lUOS. O. PORTER, March 17 Frostburg. Md. Carrollton Hotel, BALTO., LIGHT AND GERMAN STS., Itultiuinrc, ltd. RATES |4, $3 AND $2 60 PER DAY According to Location of Rooms. I ' XTRA charges for I’arlots, Bath and i a U .uhle Rooms, accordiua to size. The most convenient and latest built Hotel in the city. r.levalor runs continuously to ail ffoois All lints of city passenger cars pass ita doors. Electric Light used. F. W. COLEMAN, Apul 14—y Manager. II J m.ACKIsTON .IAS 15. KLLEOOOD ii.,Awi£lUlOH v. tiuorueys-a*-! aw, 8 Vast iigloi St., Cumberland, Md. A i-y Mlaccllancnns Advertisements. TO THE SicklAfflicted —OF CUMBERLAND AND VICINITY. Enmliwh Hi)c*eialisl, I ATE of London, England, itvltes all ( j who are suffering with lingering dis- , cases to consult him at Hie ( (|i i:i:v CITY HOTEL, I CUMBERLAND, MD., FOR 20 DAYS. ( Dr. Nicholls is no Indian doctor, nor the j i son of the son ol the seventh son, hut a ; thorough English gentleman, wilii whom , the most cultivated and refined, as well as • i the less favored of our race, can consult • i with advantage. i , Dr Nicholls treats and guarantees (pro- I vided no organic disease exists) a speedy I i and permanent cure in the following com ’ plaints: Diseases of the Blood, Skin, , t Stomach, Liver, Lungs, Kidneys, Rheum- J j atism,Catarrh, Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Tel- ! . ter, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Enlargement J r and Congestion of the Liver, Bright’s Dis- ! ease, Dtopsy, etc. All Diseases of the ( j Brain and Nervous System, Epilepsy, Pa- 1 talysis, Nervous and General Debility, j ’ which produces Nervous Tremors, Palpi- ‘ j tation'of the Heart, Mental Depression, 1 Night Sweats, Cnnstinatton, Haggard i Countenance, Pimples and Blotches on the Face, Weak Memory, Shyness, Wasting of , the Fiame and other symptoms leading to ' Consumption and an early grave. , TAPEWORM REMOVED ; in from three to five hours, first one free ■ -of charge. ; l_i .AN. DIES . sffiictcd with complaints peculiar to their r sex can consult the doctor with every as surance of speedy relief and permanent r cure. Sterility or barrenness positively 3 cured. f Young and Middle-Aged Men s suffering from any indiscretion of youth s can be permanently cured. s CROOKED EYES MADE STRAIGHT arid alt diseases ol the cyu successfully ■ treated. Read what the Hagerstown Odd Fellow says of Dr. Nicholis: i Dr. Nicholls, the celebrated English Specialist, who has been stopping at the u Franklin House for the past six weeks, will have next week with many regietsnn the purl of his many patients. Since ho came here he lias treated hundreds ol our ’ affile id c uizena successfully, who were troubled with all sorts ol diseases that wore p out uneed incurable, if only ha fis true 1 wh tis said ot him, am. milking at l due 1 alowan' c loi i xagge alion under excite- I | u cm, then iud id he lias proven Innige.t n | Good Sam.iriiiio and many will ll.eto bios hisc -Hung here long alter he lias left. He f present- ci r ifica e-of woinlei liil cures from the most nhahe citizens, w o nrc wi ll known ill insci li.muiiity We have lia cmiMiieia Ir to do wtlu him in bust *’ u-s- m lie sand lonii-i I.ini a perfect gen- In in in Inr and Ide-ral :n his dealing. mid 1 piompi in seliu uiu.il. We commend hun 1 in iin public an .to tin “craft'’ win rev. r ne ...ay go. I ( oiiMiilialhm Free. ' ijr Office i.mils from 9u. in. to 8 p in. I lad lar.y to avoid Ine cii-wd. Tin- por need not slay away on acco nt of llieir poverty. [April 14—fit s ATTENTION ! \\' E expect a giaud msb at our Gallery t until after t .eHolidays. Bulaswo have seeun d the si rv ce_- of a ALI AItL li ASS IS I'A XT,'. MR. H. G. WILSON, LATK Or PUILADELVUIA, !' we are prepared to meet and cordially ’ wait on all li a- may call. Mr. Wilson is a Fine Crayon Ar -8 list. (Samples ol which will ho on ex -1 dilution at our Art Palace soon as they • can be executed.) He Is also a Firnt- 4'iasa Fliolwgniplier. 3 Our Productions are Equal - in alt particulars to the } Best City Work, and ‘ Much Cheaper! , If yon don’t believe what we say call ; and see for youtselves. ■ OLD PICTURES eSd i - and Finished in style away above the or -1 dinary. - Everybody drop in and see A. A, ROGERS, > Dec 9-tf The Artist. x‘ g xo.o xj oxx uxcj ux y m DR. L. bTwILSON’S . NEW SYS’IEM OP EXTRACTING TEETH Wl'lilOUT PAIN, ■ No. 17 North Liberty Street, t CUMBERLAND, MI). '■ I >EAUTJ FUL and durable opt ralions on 1) Natural Teeth. Bad breath cured. I Artificial Teeth inserted without covering the entire palate. Light, natural and com- f ittalile artificial appliances fur sunken ‘ cheeks, and facial deb-rmi ies. Old loose 1 j and liroken sets repaired while waiting, j Office open every nlghi until 10 o'clock. , Fifteen years of practical experience and a graduate of the Baltimore College of Denta-Surgery. Fcbll-y KENNY HOUSE, > Fierliuonl, tl rai Va., T. KKNMY, - Proprietor, 'j 1' HIS Hoiel has one. ol the finest Sample c Rooms on line -d ii. .v O. rai.road. Oct 8-y ALLEGANYCOUATY Treasurer’s Report FOR IHE Quarter Ending April 9th, 1883. RECEIPTS. Cash balance $22,810.00 Taxes collected: Collector Ist District; J. N. M. Hendrickson, 1880 $ 240.47 J. N. M. Hendrickson, 1881 114,69 Geo. 8. W Tson, 1882.. 1,721.80 Collector 2d District: Jus. M. Sliobcr, 1883.. 5,880.57 Collector 3d District: N. 8. Frost, 1881 085.00 John J. Ketler, 1882... 1,895J0 Collector 4th D'striet: P. Mullen, 1880 $ 2,070.08 “ 1881 349 13 Adam Thompson, 1882 5,753.07 Interest received , 420 41 For acc’l of cnn’gl fund: Costs received !rom Brace & Kiehmand.. 52.93 $42,034 41 PAYMENTS. Roads: Road levy $1,308 08 “ appropriations.. 70 00 “ expenses. 10.00 $ 1,448.08 Circuit Court: Attorneys’ fees $ 83,33 Magistrates’ fees 17.68 I onstables' fees 4.35 Jury ami witness fund 4,590 00 Court expenses 3.08 Removed cases 100.00 Orphans’Court 820 00 Inquests 14.81 Public Charities : Almshouse 3,141.23 Outside pensioners 181.00 Sundry charities 20 80 Public schools 17,500 00 Elections: Election expenses 44.92 Scalps 11 10 Courthouse & jail fund. 1,110 00 Special appropriations. 350 00 Collectors’ commissions 921.87 Contingent fund 2,027 05 Sheep certificates 103 84 Hawks, owls, &o 17.50 Cash 11,076.87 $42,034.41 G. L. WELLINGTON, Treasurer Allegany County, Md. Financial Condition of Allegany County APRIL , IHSit. RESOURCES. Taxes Not Collected. Collector Ist District; J.N.M.Hcudrk I;son,’Bos 218.49 ’Bl 1,219.20 Geo. S. Wilson, 1882.. 979.34 $ 2,417.23 Collector 2d District: Jas. M. Shober, 1882... -8,230.56 Collector 3d District; N.S. Frost, 1880 73.75 “ “ 1881 0,828.37 John J. Keller, 1882.. 4,795.77 Collector 4th District : P. Mullen, 1881 1,567.50 Adam Thompson, 1882 2,444.51 Cash 11,075.37 * $37 433.05 LIABILITIES. Roads: Road levy $7,546 92 “ appropriations... 1,060 37 “ balances 98 53 “ expenses 112 50 Ciivuh Court: t'lci k’s fees 95187 | Aiuiineib’ lees .... 88.70 Sin riff's lies '.. .75 Magislr le’s tees 40.05 Constables’ lees 85.51 Jury and witness fund.. 1,484.52 Court expenses 47.16 Jail ’ 3.00 Removed cases 1.60 Orphans’Court 443 00 Inquests 581.56 Public Charill is: Alimdiou-e 456.63 Outside pens onets .... 916.00 Sundry chanties 42.46 1 1,415.59 Public schools 8,750 00 Elections: Registration officers.... 106 00 Election expenses 170 30 v 376.36 Scalps 108.20 Courthouse & Jail fund, 6,260 On Taxes paid in error.... 62 83 Special appropriations.. 500.00 Miscellaneous 45 "5 Collectors’ commissions 1,482 la Contingent fund 5,628.18 Intciest received 420.41 Sheep certificates 15.66 New assessments _ J (, 6 Hawks, cwls, Ac 27 95 $17,483.00 COURTHOUSE AND JAIL FUND. Balance last report $7,370 00 Payments 1,110 00 Balance $6,260.00 BONDED INDEBTEDNESS. Courthouse and Jail bonds: Amount authorized.. .$85,006.00 . “ paid & canceled 50,000.00 “ outstanding.... 35,000.00 COLLECTORS’ ACCOUNTS. J.N.M.Hendrick son, 1880. 240.47 918.- ! 9 J.N.M.Hondtlck aon, 1881. 114 69 1,219.20 Geo. 8, Wilson, 1882. 1,721.80 079.54 Jas M. Shober, 1883. 5,380.57 8.230.56 N.S. Frost, 1880. 78.75 “ “ 1881. 625.00 6,828.37 John .1. Keller, 1882 1,895.70 4,795 77 P. Mullen, 1880 . 3,670.08 “ 1881. 349.12 1.567.50 A. Thompson, 1882. 5,753.07 2,444.51 $18,750 50 $36,367.(0 G. L WELLINGTON, J A| rl4 Treasurer Allegany County, j FOR RENT. A LARGE mvclliiiK limine (16 romns,) situated on Unieii or Main street, Frosu urg, Md Heated by steam. W le; and gas through Hie h mse, and one-quartet aoio of ground with a lot of 1 cle lice Irutl. For tun her part.culms apply to Feb 10 JAMo-S 11 WARD, 1 ■ 'r. Hush* M'ilea’ Asm-In on. Dr. Bus’s Specific POK Consumption A POSITIVE CURE FOR CON SUMPTION IN ALL STAGES. 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