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I’HE MINING JOURNAL.
J. B. ODER, Editor and Proprietor. Josspn Womsley, Agent at Belt hart. Extra coplea, 0 cents, - - -for sale by W. L. Annan, Frostburg. oMce,Malii!4t.,Hltciiijnsßros. Building TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy, one year. In advsaca |1 It' ll elx mutks. •• ........ It Newspaper Laws. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If tubecribers order the discontinuance of their paper, the publisher map continue to send them until all arrears are paid. 8 If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the office to which they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills and or dered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers more to other places with out notifying the publisher, and the papers are sent to the former direction, they are held responsible. 5. The courts have decided that refusing to lake papers from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is prma facie evidence of intentional fraud. 6. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it, whether ho has or dered it or not, is held in law to be a sub scriber. 7. If subscribers pay in advance, they arc bound to give notice to the publisher, at the end of their lime, if they do not wish to continue taking it; otherwise, the publisher is authorized to send it on, and the subscriber will he responsible, until an xpress notice, with payment of arrears is paid. Frostliorg, May 5, IHhB. Some local matter written up and salted down for next week. Favors from Tredegar Gardens acknowledged. Thanks Mr. Evans and Capt. Speed. A COPY of the “Oomf endium of the Tenth Gemma” has been received, thanks to Hon. R. M. McLane. Released. Michael Flanagan Laving served eighteen months in the penitentiary, less time deducted for good behavior, for the killing of Col. Hanson Brown, near Lonaconing, in 1881, hae been released. The great success of Dr. Nkholls at the Queen City Hotel, Cnmberlund, is phenomenal. Patients arc con stantly arriving from long distances for treatment by him. The large ■umber of persons constantly visiting his rooms proves conclusively that the Doctor is doing much good. The cures effected by him astonish every one. Col. Copeland's next Lecture, "Some Mistakes of Bob,” is a reply te Col. Robert G. IngersoU's Lecture, "Some Mistakes of Moses," It is understood that much of Col. Inper aoll's logio is turnsd against him and his theory, aud in tbs bands of Col. Copeland, himself a master of ridicule, there is a hard time ahead for ''Bob.” Col. Copeland's Lecture will bs given in Odd Fellows Opera House Tues day evening, May 22J. His previous success warrants an overflowing heuae. Religious.—Messrs. Milligan and Turuer, evangelists, will it is said, ex tend their work to Frostburg in a short time. Rev. D. H. King, of Lonaconing, writing from Stannton, Va., to the Heview, says : “I had the pleasure of hearing a very able discourse on ‘The Sabbath an Object of Civil Legislation,' by Rev. Mr. Smithson, of the M E. Church, who at one time preacbe i in Frostburg and often traveled up and down Georges Creek.” The second Sunday in June will be "Children’s Day” in the M. E. Church, Frostburg. Personal.—John C. Smith, of this vicinity, left fur Illinois on Monday. Charles and Lewis S'ark went Tuesday to Kansas City, Mo. Lloyd Taylor has gone to Chicago and other western cities. A. E. Hdebits, of the firm of Hilchin Bro's is in the east purchas ing goods for spring and summer trade. C. F. Nswnam is a detective, lately appointed, to catch pilferer* of coal from 0. & P. hoppers. Mrs. Beachamp was acq*itt*d at Dentin, Md., Tuesday of the charge of poisoning her husband. 'Rah for the rions detective! Marx Winsland, E-q., returned Thursday from a business trip east. He pnrehaaed a large stock ot goods in hi* line. Misses Rolla Sheridan and Fannie Porter, of Mt. Savage, visited friends in Frostburg this week. James and Mis* Fannie Dixon, of Lonaconing, viiited the Club rink Tuesday evening. “Mr. George G. Townsend,” the Cumberland Newt says, "has taken the position of organist at Emanuel Episcopal church and will officiate for the first time next Sunday." Mr. T. is a son of Dr. M. M. Townsend, formerly of Eckhart. Among the changes recently mad* in the Internal Revenue department of this district is that of Storebeepei J. Howard Mason from Frederick to Garrett county. Mining Affairs.—Th Koontz mine management proposed during the week a co-operative miniug-driv-1 ing arrangement. The plan provides f for gangs ol three, one of whom shall take bis staled turn at driving, the I other two meanwhile mining. Th* period for each turn being fixed, the wages of the three are aggregated , and equally divided. The propoaal appears to meet with disfavor. Mining teports unimpreved since | our last. Hitohins Bro's, operating the i National mine, have recently pur > chased the wharf of the Hampshire and Baltimore Coal Company at | Georgetown, and aa soon as the wharf , is in readiness, will receive coal at . the Georgetown wharf, the coal being shipped there by canal. Inspector Thomas Brown was in ’ town Wednesday. Referring to the Journal editorial last week entitled , "The Cause of It,” h# said that it > must b* acknowledged that disap i pointment waa felt at the untoward state sf affaiis in our coal trade, and he looked upon the competition of the Kanawha and New River coala aa a source of some of tha trouble and as occasion for fear in the future. There i was a ray of light shed upon the sit uation, however, by the efforts mak -1 ing to meet and defeat the advance from that quarter. He referred to the building of a road from Drum Point, on the Chesapeake Bay, to Washingtou city, and the piospective completion at a day not distant of ti s Washington and Ohio railroad, v hioh, it is designed, will penetrate both this and the E k Garden fi Id Taking a map, it is easy to see that from Drum Point to Piedmont, West Va, tbe route is nearly an air-line and a short cut to a pilot on tbe Chesapeake much lower than Loctiat Point. A two-fold advantage is gained in re duced transvcrtatixD both l>v la: d aid waUr over our existing outlets, while the Virginia cotla will be me‘ at tide wi h water Ir-nsii neatly equal and tail carnage much in oui favor. Another eateiprise, looking to an additional outlet, d>ssrved some consideration, but too little is kbown of tbe purposes of the pr jaotors to hazard an opinion of its value. He nferred to the proposed extension of tbs Vaudsrbilt road from Bedford to Cumberland via the Short Line Should tfasse projects cc me to comple tion it is safe to pi edict that Locust Point as a coal-ship ping port will lose much of its impor'ance and George townlikewise. At any rate, the Inspec tor does not share in the despiodeut view many are taking of the future of our tnde. The coslessedly great super iority of onr product, and tbe excel lence aud skill of our miners, coup led with the ability and disposition ol our operators to meet any and all compe tition, must preserve to this region tbe benefit of all the many intrinsic advantages it possesses. 1 Latest —Tbe Bal imore Sun oi yesterday contains a statement which looks badly for this tegion. It says that “Clearfield has taken about all i the contracts." This has been brought about by the faithlessness of tbs Pennsylvania railroad to the com | pact with the Baltimore and Ohio, r A Baltimore ooal operator saye “there , is now only loft the local trade, and a • few contracts, and the sale of tran sient cargoes for tbe great M ryland coal fields, via the Baltimore and I Ohio Railioa'V' Auent our talk about Kanawha and N- w River coals ( the Sun concludes : "Tbe Chesapeake and Ohio railroad, which was not bonnd by an agreement, has been mote fortunate in securing eastern lontracts.” The outlet k f r this r -gi in at and below L'liiacoiiiug ia inn ieai y die c nragic ■. but thi place it ppr-u:'. 1 dark ■ Ttii' in man fKv.mi-hip line, four. <- >: ■ f years .. usiom r d the coal cow i any, i.a- iid ,i ncmf.-i i. r CUaifi-ld. Tbe Norib German L.ovds, sut poo- i ' *d to be seems for t ie region, has ' dene tbe same thing. t Another and P hitivxlt the j Last PusTPuNkMExT A raesnt Ui r j te: fr>mOol. L F. Copeland toil# I commit * in cLa g* of lis next Ist- 1 I | t'-ie Hi Fnetbarg aui auiicet that he . i cannot, uist-l his sngagem ut i.sra an- lit Tuesday evening, May 22. J. On that date, however, b* will certainly a deliver hie great Lectors, entitledi e “Some Mistake* of Bob,” in the Odd Fellows Opera Hoase. The tickets I are already on sals at Mr. Annan's ' 1 stationery store, and those who call earliest will have first choice of seats. e i One of our compositors received 1 through tbe mail this week a hand e some nickel-plate composing-stick, -, initialed, and endowed with a didoio I, brace to save the instrument from sprains and the compositor from set • ting him or herself to death, Priut it ers will understand what we mean by r saying it is a very lapid stick—that ,o its speed is measured only by the 1 ability of the operator. It would b* bard to determine which was the most sad event—last year's | suspension in Ibis region, or ifait year's treachery of tbe Pennsylvania railroad company. The Baltimore morning paper trsin will, alter tbe 12tfa, reach Cnmbsrlsnd over an hour earlier. It is feared this arrangement will throw the paper* back to the old afternoon hour. Keep in mind the fact that Col. Copeland will deliver his next lecture in Odd Fellows Opera House Tuesday evening, May 22d. “Some Mistakes of Bub” is the title. Th* colons) need* no puffing this time. Every body wbo heard him when he was here last month will go again, as well as those who are "so sorry they didn't hear him." Coal by Canal.—Shipment* by canal for the year up to and includ ing Thursday aggregate 916 boats, carrying 104,83804 tons, and since our last report 159 boats have left Cumberland with 18,008.03 tors, as follows: Boats. Tone. Friday, April 27 ... 20 2,948.08 Salunby, “ 28.... 80 8.454.08 Morday, “ 80.... 25 2,706.09 Tuesday, May 1..,. 28 2,952.17 Wednesday, “ 2.,.. 26 2,829.11 Thursday, “ 8.. . 27 3,036.10 Circuit Court.—The trial of the case ot John and Elizabeth Tiddy against th* Mayor and Council ol Frostburg (oi <1 a -stained bv Mrs. Tiddy in falling upon a defec tive sidewalk, was conclu led Wed nssday in a verdict awarding SSOO io plaintiffs H. C. McKeaze, of Bsiton, was sentenced to two yea s in tbe peni tentiary lor larcency, anil James Moses Jonoato one year in the House of Correction, for assault with inlet t to maim. A number of otbei case were dis posed ol an ; on Thursday ccmit al jour e 1. An * nxious Inquirer Gains Some Unsatisfactory Information. —When James Mo.-es Jones, convict ed at the lata term of Oonrt, of as assanlt with intent to main John Washington in an affray which took place in Frostburg some time ago, was sentenced to one year in the House of Correction, the following colloquy, related by th* Cumberland News, took place: “How old must a man be to b* rent to the House of Correct ion ?" anx iously inquired Jones as though be had a good point and meaning doubt lets, bow old he must be to avoid going there. “Anywhere from sixteen to one hundred,” replied the Court. “Is not a hundred,"muttered Jcnee and with this he subsided, Jones probably preferred an idle 7*ar in jail to a year in the House of Correction where ha will have to woik. School Affairs —Appointment of Ifuskes —The School Boatd met Wednesday. Teachers' reports weie examined, and among the petitions received waa one asking for the erection of a school-house three miles northeast ot Eckhart. A resolution waa passed calling the attention ot trust‘es to the excessive amount of fie! of en (urn.shed tbe Sc oula and dso the expensive charges fur the same Trustees for the djuiiots named were appointed as follows : Election District 80. 7—Cresaptuwn, M Byrnes, T. T. McKenzie, Elijah Wipfleld; Frost River, Francis Elliott; Rhw.uia's Slat ion, Edwmd Oresap, Newton R,wl ings, Lynn Unison; Bhti nsciaf' ich-01, It. 1) llavi nscrult. Joint H ir l , .1 J 1< VlMlMTafl. v„ • -W.-aienijMin, O. IV .S':ei iz, J a Miler, fl. W Spangler; Franklin, June,.t: i.og-ii n .loan Sli nd-i ; Dayton t bool. S It Daylm, Pnilip Fletcher. Ge..rgf Cm priii'. r, Un, kworili, 3unuoi Miller, A. Duckworth, Heur . Teouear I Be. 9—Burton. P. i adder, John I'aUvr son, John >haw; Mese seb'ail, W 11 Meese, J. H. Myers, John Wagner. | Bn. lO—Castle and Detmiild schoo.a, : John O’Hanlev, August. Eickhoru. J ,-liu McFarland, Pekin, F>ank McDermott, Jonathan .Baker. Oc an George Loo:', Clearies K ler, Harrison Poland, An. 11 B ills:: Min s Win. Staples, Oninti On, O M. Crow ; AJegsny Mine-, John H tnoa. John Lewis, Corue'lus Gib ; . Uorib o Shall, J. D Barnard, Quo. Robb, George Tippeu ; M dlolhinn, Win. Close, John Water*, Wm. Conrad; From Imre, . (while) Dr. J. Huhl, F. A. Maurey, Levi B. Porter, (colored) Thomas Jackson, ! Wm. Jackson, George Johnson, j 80. 13—Eckhart, J. P. Kelly, Philip ' McMahon, Wm. Somerville; Hoffman Hollow, August Kaimysr, T. F. McCar , dell, P. Kane; Pompey, Walter Martin, John Fatkiu, John Kirby ; Losrrllle, Eli jah Loar, Nathan Liiar, J. Ratcliffe; Eh euezer, Win. Parker, F. Horchler, Jesse J. Arnold; Graliampton, Jabez Warn, J. N. Layman, John Hocking. 1 80. 18—Mt. Savage, Thomas Malloy, Frank McNamce, 11. J. Kenah ; Banel yille, Jacob Rizer, Henry Steele, J. C. Will; Mattingly Settlement, Rinehart . Shaffer, August Brailer, John Mattingly. Ao. 15—Jackson and Rockville schools, Peter Phillips, Prank Myers, Patrick Ho -1 pan ; Dyo school, John Dye, G. W. Stnup, Jacob Miller. Georges Creek Coal— Weekly 'flatuiict of Shipment!. —The record of shipment* from the mince of the Georges Creek ooal region for the week ending Saturday, April 28th, 1883 -lowed as follows: Tom) tons for week 48,903 “ “ “ year 631,080 Increase over corresponding pe riod last year 161,114 Total tons to B. &O R. Tor week 30,354 “ “ “ •• “ year 438,860 Increase over corresponding pe riod last year 32,331 Total tons to C.&().canal for week 17,208 “ " year 91,703 Increase over corresponding pe riod last year 87,143 Total tons to Pa. R. for week..,, 6,340 “ “ “ “ “ year 116,589 Increase over corresponding pe riod last year 41,747 Total tons shipped over C. A P. R. for veek 27,383 Over same for year 432,836 Tolal tons shipped over Q. C. & C. R for week 10,836 Over same for year 114,050 Heaviest shippers last week— 1, Consolidation..(tons) 7,910 2, W. Va. Central. “ 5,818 8, American “ 4,806 4, Ilomp. & Balto. “ 4,533 5, Maryland “ 4,449 6, Geoigcs Creek.. “ 4,015 Nous of the others shipping over 4,000 tons. Heaviest shippers this year— 1, Consolidation., .(tuns) 115,207 2, W. Vs. Central. “ 83,891 3, Georges Creek.. “ 71.815 4, New Central. . “ ..... 60,857 None of the others slipping over 50,000 tons . Photographic E.s’TEnpßiMtcrwjir. A A. Rogers has ieo..i.tlv turned hv ryibing in iKsgslle.y upsi ie down, dust d, c caused, painted, and (hen *t 'hem in order again blight and pum as a new nickel. He is very ■•nxiotis to do business satisfactory to ver bo.lv, inoludirg himself, and lays cous.derable stress upon a light uing process lor tsking pictures w ieh, he says cannot be icon i hslwe. n Bsl timoie sod F*ostba:g. He is other wise equipp'd with instillments ol the latest design and power. In the hands of himself and bis skill .ul as sn-tant, Mr. Q. G. Wilson, the house in able to turn out w.rk equal to the most artistic anywhere. Narrow Escape —The Baltimore Herald reports that “while driving Wednesday Dr. John Ntf, a well known physician ol the northwestern section ot the oily, narrowly escaped meeting with a serious accident. Just aa he was driving paat the inter section of McCulloh and McMechin •trsets, the front axle hr ke and the doctor was thrown out, falling heavi ly u;oa his left leg, Fortunately he was but slightly hurt. Thecairiage had just undergone lepairs and Wed nesday was the first time it had betn used since." Dr. Neff is a son of the late John Neff, of this place. At the session of the orphans' court Tuesday Watsou J. Piper, guardian to J. K. W. Piper and Ed ward D. Hurley, settled hie eighth account. The last will and tulameat of James Eight, deceased, was admitted to probate and record. Letter* of administration, with the will annexed, were granted to Jacob S. Jameson and Gilmore S. Hamill, on the estate of Jamas Eight, deceas ed, bond SIO,OOO. Death.—Mrs. Simon Arnold, of Luii. coDing, died in that place Wed nesday an-i was buried h*r yesterday afUrn- oil. Mr. Presl -v Thresher, faiber in law f Rol-ert Tennant, Esq , of Eckiurt, died in Cumin rlsnd Tuesday of cancel of the stoinac.j. The remains w. re brought to Prcsfbiirg Thurs lay and I ,i i f.i reel in Allegany reuiieiy. Mia M i tl.a. Pen j’ ( wife iu Jiune ' M Pei.iy, ioiraeriy r.f Fi-. stt uig and I afteiwaid ul Cumlinland, died Thuis d. > if b r iesi en 4 in Connellsville. ‘ Some Mistakes of Bob '—An i the: L. chi re by CIL Copeland.— U- da the auspices of Mountain Spring Lodge, No. 12. I. O. G T.. Col L F. Copeland, cf Indiana, will d liver bis famous 1-clure entitled “Some Mistake- oi B. b, ’ in this place, Tueiday ev jning, May 221, next. | AH who heard ' Si. be and Snobbery” will of course go—and taka their ; friend* with them. Tores Score and Ten.—Justice : 0 G. Barchus, uf Barton, died at his residence in that place Friday of last week, aged seventy yenre. He form erly resided in Frostburg and was buried in this vicinity on Saturday. In staging days he was a driver on the National road. Later he was a magistrate, a position held many years. Along with the introduction of last year's straw bat comes the news of ft Cumberland sunstroke. This oaso, we trust, is not half so serious as the ' Baltimore iS'un-atroke which fell on this region yesterday. Error.—The date*- on the outside of the paper should be May 6, Hot ’ May 7. Our foreman by mistake ( consulted the calendar for April in* stead of May. Thb first cigarmakeis' union iu Cumberland, and it ie said the only on* in tb* State outside of Baltimore, has bsen organized by journeymen in Hadra's factory. Its chartsr was issued on Saturday fiom the head* quartsis of the International Uuion of America. The new union is num bered “125," and contains 8 members. John Kress is president. Mr. Hadra baa just advanced wages $1 per thousand, and the label for union made cigars is now being placed on his goods. iscellaaeoßS Advertisement*. Songs Never Sung. 46TT OW does that verse run f Some- JLI thing like his, isn’t it f— • There are who touch the magic string. And noisy Fame Is proud to win Cham ; Alas I for those who never sing, Bat dls with all their music in them.'" “Yea, that's beautiful, pathetic and true," said your representative. “The poet al ludes to people who arc s >mehow sup pressed, and never get their full allowance of Joy and air. Which reminds me of a letter shown me the other day by Htscox & Co,of New York, signed by Mr. E. O. Williams, of Chapman, Snyder Co , Pa., a prominent business man of that place, tie writes: “‘I have suffered vt ith asthma for over forty years, and had a lernbie attack in December and Ja.umry, 1882. I hardly know what prompted me to take Park er's Tonic. I did so, and the first day I took four doses. The effect astonished me. Thai night I slept as if nothing was the matter with me, and have ever since. I have had cilds since, but no asthma. My breathing is now a. perfect as if I had never known that diseese. If you know ■it any one who bss asthma tell him in my name that Pakkkh’s Tonic will cure it— even after f riy yeat s.’ ” There wi s a man who csi-a ec. the fate ol those wiiom the poet laments. Tina prepaiaiiun, which has heretofore been known as Park .r’s Ginuek Tonic, w.ll heiealter be a-iverliaa ' and vld uudei the name of Parker's Tonic I .asmuc'i as ginger is really an unimportant ingredi ent, and unpriu ipled deal rsarc constant ly deceiving their customers by subsiilut rg infeiior preparations under the name ot ginger, we drop ti.o misleading word. The is no change, however, in the prep aration itself, and all bottles romaing in the blinds ot dealers, wrapped under the u me of Parker’s Cinoer -omc contain the genuine medicine if the facsimile sig nature oi Hiscox A Co. is at tlie bottom of the outside wrapper. [Apr 28-lm STAY PROLONGED UNTIL Sunday, May 20 Unprecedented Snecesa I 319 Patients Now Under Treat ment. 51 Turned Away by Him Pronounced Incurable. jjr .-.v K I iffflv^HOLLS, English Specialist, —AT THE— QUEEN CITY HOTEL, CUMBERLAND, MD. IN consequence ot his very great success during his.bnei stay in this city, and to give all an opportunity to cunsn.t him, lie has arranged to prolong his stay until jyCaftJY SO, 1883. “Time Tries All.” 4 ‘Uy their Fruit >ye shall know Hi. in.” Dr NicUolls treats and guarantees (pro vided no o.ganic disease exists) a kpeedy and permanent cure in the following com piaiats: Diseatea of the B ood, Skin, Stomach, Liver, Lungs, Kidnevs, Rheum atism, Cainrh, Scrofula, Salt Rheum,T.t ter, Dyspepsia, Bi iou-uess, Enlargement ' and Congestion • f-he Liv- r, Uri la's Dis lease, D ops,-, etc. All Disen.es of Ihe I brain and Nervous System, Epi.opsy. Pa ■ alysin, Ncivols and General Debility, which produci s Nervous Tremors, IVpi tatlbn of the Heart, MtUtal'Deptessiou, Night Sweats, Constination, 11 wgarct Counleuauei, Pimples and B otubes on t. u Face, Weak Memory, Suyness, Wasting ol the Frau.e and oilier symptems luaoing to Con-urn, uoh and an early grave. TAPEWORM REMOVED in from three to five bouts, first one free ot charge. JL J\. DIES (fflicled with eoiuplainis peculiar to their I sex can cousu t the doctor with every as surance ol speedy react and permanent cure. Sterility or barrenness positively cured. Young and Middle-Aged Men ! sufleriog from any imliseieliuu of youth can be pi-rmancniiy cured. CROOKED EYES MADE STRAIGHT, and all diseases ol the eye successfully treated. ConauUation Free. April 28—8 t __ Fine Dentistry. DR. L. bTwILSON’S NEW SYSTEM OF EXTRACTING TEETH WITHOUT PAIN, Wo. 17 North Liberty Street, CUMBERLAND, MD. BEAUTIFUL and durableoperations on Natural Teeth. Bad breath cured. Artificial Teeth Inserted without covering the entire palate. Light, natural and com i finable artificial appliances for sunken cheeks, and facial doformbies. Old loose and broken sets repaired while wailing, i Office open every night until 10 o’clock. Fifteen years of practical experience ' and a graduate of the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. Febll-y XltMlluNUi IdrertlMnnti. FOR SALE. A DESIRABLE GROCERY STORE. IjMNELY LOCATED. Apply at Mur34 JOURNAL OFFICE. FLOWERS AND PLANTS. I 'HE pe pic of Fioslburg and vicinity arc hereby in ornu-d that I have always on band anil for sale the finest Top Flowero and Plants at reasonable prices Please call and ex amine. ADOLPH HOLZBORN, April 21 —4t Botaniat, Tunnel Hotel. 33 T, JEWELL, l.adira and ilcntlcmrn’s Merchant Tailor, MAIN BT., FROSTBURG, MD. MAKER of all kind, of LADIES’ Jackets, Uolmnns. Ills. tern and Wrappers. GENTLE MEN’S NnilHimhe fewest Styles. Or Bampl e. of F reign and Domestic Goods of Excellent Quality and Low Pri ces always on ! and. Alterations and Re pairs Neatly Done. [Feb B—y ANNUAL MEBTING. I 'HE annual medic got the Stockhold ers of the THOMAS MINING COMPAY will bo held at the ST.t'LOUU HOTEL, tKUSTUUKU.MU., Monday, May 7, 1883, At 2 o’clock, r. u. By order JOS. B. THOMAS, Apr 21-Id President. Dr. A. A. WHITE’S Blood and Liver Pills, I'nr Hie cure of IHsciises uris* Ini; from tin Impure siule i li* lilond or Oern)j;emciit f tiie Nloniiieb, I.lvor mid Kid. HIM n. They ar ■mdi in their operation •mil will cure wi h dispatch Malaria, ItilioiiH Fever. Dyspepsia, I.iter Complain!, Jiiumliec. lleadaelie and Constipation. PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX. Fold by all DriiKKisis. |Ap2l-y Annual Meeting Of THE STOCKHOLDERS or the prosiburg Ga>linht Comp my I7OK THE ELECTION OP OFFI r CERS AND DIRECTOR 4 to serve or the ensuing year, wjll he held in the COUNCIL CH iMBE‘% FROSTUR, May 5, 1888, at. 10:30 o’clock, a. m. Polls will remain ope i one hour. OHAS. A. GREENE, Apr 2i-8t Secretary. Carrollton Hotel, BALTO., LIGHT AND GERMAN STS., Kallluiore, .utl. RATES $4, $8 AND $2 50 PER DAY According to Location of Rooms. 17 XTRA charges for Parlots, Bath and \ Double Rooms, according to size. The most convenient and latest built Hotel in the city. Flevator runs continuously to nil floors. AH lines of city passenger cars pass its doors. Electric Light used. F. W. COLEMAN, April 14—y Manager. REMOVAL. THE Millinery store OF MRS. ELIZA GROSS HAS BEEN REMOVED to the store room lately oceup ed by C. Uaitman as a bool and shoe store. With increased fa cilities fur waiting upon the public, Mrs. Gross hopes to enjoy many uppui Utilities of providing old and new Iriends with goods in her line. [ A pr 7 THE SPRING OF 1883 Has Arrived ! YE THAT HAVE BEEN BUYING common and id-fitting clothing, sod bavehcen growling and ginmblmg because of it, renumber that uo inch complaints are beard a'-uut Hie Splendid lilting and well made clothing that comes trout HARRY C. COLB ORA’S M'erch&nt Tailoring F.ntublishmnt, Next Door to St. Cloud Hotel, Froslburg SUITS TO ORDER from a line of For eign and Domestic Su tings, bought Easi and West, 11ml tiir Neatness, perfection of ,Coloring, ex ellunce of Quality and Low Prices WILL WIN EVERY TIME, and young man don’t yon forget it. A I i leu- ut eto show lb mto you. Come and see them. H. C. COLBORN, Apr H-tf Frostbmg, Md. A.3L.L.A.JST LUSTB STEAM BETWEEN RALTI MOB Etl LIVERPOOL Calling at HALIFAX and QUEENSTOWN. Each way. The splendid Screw Steamers of the above Line wilt run as follows ; From Tons. Baltimore Sarmatiu 8G00.... Monday. April 80 Caspian 3'’00... .TuisUay, May 1 Parisian 6500... .Monday, •’ 7 Hanoverian ....4000....Tuesday, “ 15 Hibernian 3440.,.. “ “ SO Caspian 3200 . . “ June 13 Nava 5c0tian...3800... “ “ 36 And thereafter every fort-night. AH steamers are appointed to leave Bal timore at S a. m., on their advertised dates. SteeragePassageto or from Liverpool Londonderry .Glasgow .Queenstown, Bel fast, Bristol, Cardiff, &c., at Lowest Rato. Very best accommodations for Steerage and Intermediate Passengers. Anexperionoedjurgconis attached to each vessel.lntermedialeand Steerage steward essescarrled by eachstoamer for the pur pose of attending to the wants of the fe malesandchildren. Forfurther partlcu are or passage tickets to and from Great Britain,apply to A. SCHUMACHER & CO.,Baltimore ;r in Frostburg ti* J.JANDOKF, AprSl-j Main Street Miscellaneous Advertisement*. Property for Sale. /* HOUSES AND LOTS In Frostbur* 0 for aaIe—CHEAP] Must be sold I Fob 18—1( JAMES KANE, Agent. ITsEMMES HeVECMOA, Attorney-at-Law, Jan —v CUVtHBIiLANI) MD. SIMS HOUSE. 1 >IEDMONT (Baltimoreand Oklorail I oad,) Wear! Virginia, Nov 7 J P A. UNTLKR Prop’r DR. JOHN J. JONES, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ol I flee on Mam street In h s new bul fl ing, next door weal of the English Baptist Church, Frostburg, Md. | Jan 6 DR. C. C. JACOBS, PRACTITIONER OF ' MEDICINE AM) SI RGERY OFFICE in Dr. Ge zendanner’s late ' office, Broadway, Fruatburg, Md. Oct 2^-y. , EATING HOUSE. It’HEN you come to Frostburg don’t • • forget to slop at Chambers’ Eating Haase, Where LUNCHES, MEALS and FRESH OYSTERS are served at all hours [J6-Sm William Brack. Bbnj A. Richmond Brace & Richmond, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OfflceNo.4 Waslungto street, CUMBERLAND.MD. WILL be in Frostburg regularly evr-ry • Thursday Jnne 80- JAM F.S E. lltritl.lH, Attorney-at- Liar, Office No. 2 Water SI.,rt'MPItRLAND, Md. SPECIAL attcnli g’ven to collection of ciaimH, ex.m,iu..i:oil of Utica to laid, md conveyancing. Criminal, Equity and other business promptly alien icd to. [Feb 10 " NOTICE. ’ I HAVE pi ced a large number of bills in the hands oi €. J. MOAT, Esq., fur collection I hope those to whom they ate made out will settle with him fcp e lilv a* I oHsible. Mar 24 W. U RAVENSCRAFT._ W. S. BURTON, ARTISTIC PAINTER, KAI jgOMEN ER, Stainer, Grainer, Paper-Hanger and GLAZIER, HAVING just crocteil a new shop on Water street, in Frostburg. is better prupaicd Ilian ever to execute all de-ciip t..ms of work iii iis line. PAINTING, GRAIN I JG, STAINING, KALSuMiN -ING, PAPER-HANGING and GLAZING done in fist-ilsm siyie at saiislactory prices tSfUrdcra solicited. [March 24 THE BEST Is Always the Cheapest! Hr. Raid’s Cough Cure 1 > ESTORES TO PERFECT HEALTH Ik all pcron affiic.id wi b Cmiglis, i Gold., Sole 'll.io.i, Bioiiel.il s. lueipent Consumption and Dim a es of Tluoal and Lungs For sale at Thomas McNkii.l’s drug a.ore, Fruatburg Md. Price 25 cents per bottle, or 5 hi it ties for sl. C3T Reports from persons afflicted w th Kidney Disc-area, who h.ve u.-edllie Cough Cure lor the ailments mimed above, are very lavoruh e, the medicine relieving many cises of suffering from irregularities of the Urinary Organs. [April 14 LICENSES." Notice is hereby given to all pel volts or bodies ■ orporato or politic, who may he required to take out LICENSES, That they must obtain the same, or renew the same on or before the First Day of May, 1883. According to the provisions of the Coin of Public General Laws of Maryland, every peisuii or persona doing I usiutss lor gam or profit, except the m ker, grower or iiiaiiulac.urer.aie hereby notified that they must take out a license A. ril J4—Uni J. W. SHUCK, Shei iff. Wc Have Little TO SAY, HUT WHEN YOU WISH TO PURCHASE EITHER A M O JV U 31 ENT, Touibwtone, Coping, Iron Fence, Mantel, Urate, or Terra Cotta Pipe, IVK WILL INSURE YOU THE ! VERY BEST IN THE MARKET ; FOR THE LEAST POSSIBLE PRICE. A. 3ri. Dee 2 ( Cumberland, Md. 6 Per Cent DIVIDEND Declared for ISB2. THE Savings and Loan Association OF FROSTBURG, 31D., I An Institution Organized under the Law* of Maryland. OFFERS SPECIAL ADVANTAGES to all who desire by imaU deposits tw i Invest lliiir savings in teal estate and other 1 absolutely safe leeurillee. To borrowers it exleads the full par value of its shares a, the legal late ol 6 per cent., repayable by weekly instalment;. All profits divided pro rata to depositors 1 —to borrowers as to those for whom the 1 Association does not in advance redeem 1 sharia. |3f* By an Act l the last General As sembly special powers were granted this | Association enjoyed by no similar institu tion iu the county. I Entiy fee per share 50 cent* • Weekly dues per share 35 “ I “ interest per share 16 “ r Par value of shares SIBO | Apply to Secretary at Jodrxal office j for turther information. B. STERN, President. J. RUIIL, Vice-President. J. B. ODER, SecieUry. t JAMES KANE, Treasurer. WILLIAM BRACE, Attorney, r D. Aumstuono.JoiinN. Bknson.Owkn UrrcuiNs, Jobbpu Tjhmbns, Directors. Jan 0