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Frostburg Mining Journal
J. B. ODER, Editor and Proprietor. TWELFTH YEAR.—-NUMBER 36. Miscellaneous Advertisements. Property for Sale. 6 HOUSES AND LOTS in Frostburg for saIe—CTIEA P1 Must be sold I Feb 18—If JAMES KANE, Agent. Dr. A. A. WHITE’S Blood and Liver Pills, For the cure of Dlsenses aris ing from an Impure slate of the Hlood or Derangement of the Stomach, l.iver and Kid ney*. They are mil lin llivir operation and will cure with dispatch Malaria, Rlllon* Fever, Dyspepsia, liiver Complaint, Jaundice, Headache and 4’on*tipation. PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX. Mold by all Drugging. [Ap3l-y GEO. A . W ING E KT, Druargist, 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—tf THOMAS’ Boot, Shoe, Hat and Cap EMPORIUM. The Latest Novelties in Boots and Shoes are now display' don my counters. Every style of GENTLEMEN’S HATS AND CAPS AT LOW PRICES. I also keep constantly on band a large supply of Leather and Shoe Find ing*. An inspection of my stock before purchasing is requested, TRUNKS A SPECIALTY. WILLIAM THOMAS, Main street, 1 rnstburg, Md. jyAgent for tbc Peerless Remington Sewing Machine. [May7-tf WHERE TO BE CURED. Dr. ROBERTSON, 30 N. LIBERTY ST.,BALTIMORE,MD I’IIE most reliable and successful speci alist in this country, Willi 20 years ex perience in spec*a. treatment ot a-1 acute and chronic diseases of the Urinary Organs of tlio Nervous System, Organic and Semi nal Weakness. Nocturnal Emissions, Im potcne.y (loss of sexual power) Nervous Trembling, Shyness, Wasting of Bo tv, Palpitation of Heart, &c., caused by early abuse or excess oi married life, quickly cured by newly-discovered remedies that have never failed. Gonorrhoea, Gleet and Stricture quickly cm ed. Syphilis in all its stages, Syphilitic Ulcers of the Body, Hu mofs, Blolche ou the Pace, Ulcers oiNose oi Throat positively cureil,and the poison entirely eradicated from the system with o the use of Mercury. Dr. Robertson is a graduate ot the University ot Maryland. Refers to leading physicians of Bald more, his native city. All Female Complaints and ail Irregularities quickly removed. Correspondence strictly confidential. Medicine sent to any address packed tree from observation. A cu e guaranteed iu every case placed under my treatment. Enclose stamp lor reply. (Dec 23 YE LIGHTNING ! SPRING OPENING AT Rogers’ Art Palace 'TAR EXCELLENCE !” CARRY the news to your friends and proclaim to the entire region that we are prepared with every luejjity pertaining to the profession to execute Photo in Cards, Cabinet Panels, BOVBDOUBB Bxlo, and ail large sizes, iu the most perfect manner Wo aie the onlv artists in We st ern Maryland, Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia that use the Rapid (or "Lightning") Process, an entirely new method by which Photos are made in "flashNo glare, no sad or mournful expressions. Children photo giaphed with absolute certainty. Sec Our Show Windows, Look out tor New St les, not ice the great ly Impiovcd appearance of our gallery and then come m and Get Your l.nok nes* Tooken ’ in i.ew style yourself. Courtesy i.d polite decorum wid he meted to all who will favor us \> ith a call. Respecilully, A. A. ROGERS, Pi oprietor, Broadway Gallery of Photography. May 5-lf ,THE DAY, Tho Baltimore Democratic Paper. WJI. T. VROASUAI.E, Editor. Qnoofthe Best Evening Papers In America—Published Every Evening Except Sunday. 18 PER YEAR OR IMS CENTS PER MONTH. THE WEEKLY EDITION 1. OF p THE UD-A/y, r Issued Every Friday Morning, Is a handsome eight-ivti're paper, Piled w ith News and Choice Reading Matter and containing nearly a whole page of vigorous editorial comment* on car* ronteventa. One of tbc lament anti boat weekly paper* in the United State*. Only cue dollar u >r. 4 C SAMPLE COPY MAILED FULL. Railroads—Time Tables. Cumberland & Pennsylvania Railroad NEW TIME TABLE r PO TAKE EFFECT L Mod day. May 14, 1888. Passenger trains leave Cumberland at 9.15 a. M. and 3.35 p. u. Frostburg, east,7.lo, A. R.,and 18.42 p. 11. “ west, 10.12, “ “ 4.85 “ SCHEDULE: r— LEAVE —, STATIONS /-ARRIVE-^ A.II. A. M. |A. H P M 616 11.40 Piedmont 11.10 6.83 6.80 11.65 Barton 10.60 6.17 p. u. 8.40 12.10 Jackson 10.42 6.07 8.66 12.26 Oceen 10,26 4.52 7.i2 12.83 Borden Shaft 10.20 4.45 7.10 12.42 Frostburg 10.12 4.85 7.30 1.00 Moranlown 9.62 4,15 740 1.07 Mt. Savage 9.46 4.09 7.46 I.l* BarreJville 9.40 4.01 7.48 I 1.14 Patterson's 9.38 8.59 7.56 1 1.80 C.&P. Junction 9.30 3.60 8.05 | 1.36 Cumberland 9.16 8.86 -ARRIVE-- ~ LEAVE —‘ - RW g^L, May 13 General Superintendent. Georges Creek and Cumberland E, R. PASSENGER 2RAISS. Commencing Wednesday, Nor. 22,1882. (By Philadelphia lime, which is 5 minutes earlier than Baltimore time.) Daily, Sunday excepted. LEAVE CUMBERLAND— -7.30 a m. and 3 30 p. m., for Lnnacon iug, 9.00 a. in and 1.55 p. m., for Bedford, Pittsburg, Puiladeiphia and New York. LEAVE LONACONINQ— -11.30 a. m , counecliug for Bedford, Pittsburg, Philadelphia aud New York, and 5.15 for Cumberland only Round-trip tickets (good for tho day) on the Georges Creek aud Cumberland Rail road ut reduced rates, the Conductor fur nishes “Return Checks” at all stations where theie ate no ticket offices. Apply a day or two in advance, at Ilaye Stieet station, in Cumberland, oi by tele phone to Vale Summit Station, tor carriage airuiigemenls he ween V.e Summit Sta tion and Dana Rock uup relu: u, al 00cents per piisscm-cr. (Excursionists for DAN’S ROCK can leave Ctimheilaud at 7.30 a. m., (Sundays excepted) and returning leave Vale Sum mit at 12 noon or 5.45 p. m. Railroad late 60 cents lor round trip. Railroad and car tinge, $1 for trip from Cumberland to Dan’s Rock ;.ud return. JAS. A. MILLHOLLAND, Dec 2 General Manager. BALIIMtMti a Oil Hi K.ULROAIi. ON aud after May 14, 1883, trains will anive mid depart as inflows : GUM .MILAND. ARRIVE | WEST HO UNO TRAINS | DEPART 1.05 am No. 18 Ex| ress. 2.43 a m No, 2 Express. 2:48 a m 7:23 a m No. 4 Express. 738 a m No. 34 Aecom’n. 0.80 a m 1.30 pm No. 10 Express. 304 pm No. 14 Mail. 8:10 pm 8.20 p m No. 0 Express. 3:40 p m ARRIVE I BABTBOUND TRAINS ( DEPART 1:30 a m No. 3 Express. 1:41 a m No. 11 Express. 8:00 am 7:03 a m No. 13 Mail. 7:08 a m 9'50 a m No. 5 Express. 10:06 a m No. 9 Express. 2:45 p m 4.87 pm No. 1 Express. 4:55 pn. 7:26 p m No. 33 Aecom’n Mly 19 J. P. LEGGE. Agent. [PITTSBURG DIVISION.] ON and alter Nov. 29,1881, passenger trams on the P.Usburg Division oi the Baltimore and Unto railioacl will run us follows: Cumberland. WESTBOUND. pftffutg. 8.52 p. m j No. io Mail. 1 10.00 p. m 12.40 a. m | No. 2 Expiess. | (1.30 a. m PlltXrg. BABTBOUND. CunmorUnd. 8.50 a. m j No. 1 Mail. j 2.35 p. m 9.10 p. m | No. 8 Express. | 2.36 a. m Local accommodation train leaves Cum berland for Connellsvillc at 0.30 a. m.; re turning arrive Cumberland 7.00 p. m. Ou and the Somerset ind Cambria Brandt will run as follows: Northbound—Leave Rockwood at 6.00 a. m. and 12.40 p. m.j Sumer tet, 030 and 115 p, m., arrive Johns town 8.80 n. m. aud 8.05 p m. So., lb bound—Leave Johnstown, 9.15 a. m. and 8.25 p. m ; Somerset 11.95 aud 5.1 S p. m., arrive Rockwood, 11.40 a. m. and 5.50 p m. All trains run daily. THOMAS M. KING, General Sup’t. E. D. Smith, Passenger Agent. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, (BEDFORD DIVISION.) ON and after Jan. 28,1883, Passenger Trams arrive and denari as follows; -—LEAVE , STATIONS. , ARRIVE— Mail. Exp. Exp. Mall, A. M P. M. P M. P. M 880 215 Cumberland 105 10 35 904 24 Hyudm..u 12 31 951 A. M 10 05 350 Bedford 11 80 850 p; m. 12 25 615 Huntingdon 910 030 340 740 Altoona 740 12 25 P. M A. M. 850 13 01 Pittsburg 100 835 'A. M. P. M. 430 11 80 Harrisburg 400 835 AM.) P. M. A. XL 785 265 I Philadelphia 11 30 11 25 10 85 015 | New York 800 755 '—ARRIVE —‘ ' LEAVE —‘ NOTE —Time here* given is Pennsyl vania Railroad (Philadelphia) time, which five minutes faster than Baltimore time. No ebaugeof cars between Cumberland and Huntingdon. Through cars between Huntingdon and Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg. Passengers from points cast ot Hyndman, for Somerset, take Ex press train west;changecarsat Hyndman, and arrive at Somerset at 4.55 p. m. Tickets sold and baggage checked by PETER NOON, Agent, corner of Balti more and Liberty Streets, Cumberland, and at the depot. ’Bus will call at resi dences for passengers and baggage, on notice left with agent. J. R. WOOD, General Passenger Agent. Taos. A. Roberts,Superintendent. AN US DEPENDENT PAPER. FROSTBURG. MD., SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1883. iscellaneouK Advertisements. I 33. T, JEWELL, Ladles and GentJemen f M Merchant Tailor, MAIN BT., FROSTBURG, MD. MAKER of ail kinds of LADIES’ Jacket*, Dolmans. Uls ters and Wrappers. GENTLE MEN’S Nulls in the Newest Nlyles. tW Samples of F( reign and Domestic Goods of Excellent Quality and Low Pri ces always on 1 and. Alterations and Re pairs Neatly Done. [Feb 3—y Stoves & Tinware 1, RED. JOHNSON is still active I and doing a good business at ! JVo. 40 Main St., Frostburg, Where he sells the BEST STOVE 1 In town. I refer to the well known “Ironsides!” Which has the largest oven and is the quickest baking stove in the market. I also manufacture aud keep con slant ly on hanu the most substantial and very best Tinware! TO BE POUND. Soliciting a call and an inspection of the superb New Ironsides Cook Stove aud my stock of tinware, I remain yours, Apr 9-y FRED. JOHNbON. JQA THE BALTIMORE )Q A Ow WEEKLY SUN. 00 ENLARGED AND PRINTED IN BOLDER TYPE. One Dollar h Year Subscription. % GREATER AMOUNT OF MAT r\ ter ami no ine east of price. A Hume Journal and Filesule (.‘ompati ion. A Newt paper giving a wei t’s events in com, act shape. 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"Yes, that’s beautiful, pathetic and true," said your representative. “The poet al ludes to people who are somehow sup pressed, and never got their full allowance of joy and air. Which reminds me of a letter shown me the other day by Htscox A Co ,of New York, signed by Mr. E. C. Williams, of Chapman, Snyder Co , Pa., a p prop inent business man of that place. He writes; “•1 have suffered with asthma for over forty years, and had a terrible attack in December and January, 1882. I hardly know what prompted me to take Park er's Tome. I did so. and the first day 1 took four doses. The effect astonished me. That night I slept as if nothing was the matter with me, and have ever since. 1 have had colds since, but no asthma. My breathing is now as perfect as if I had never known that disease. If you know of any one who has asthma tell him in my name that Parker’s Tonic will cure It— even after forty years.’” There we* a man who csca eb the fate ot those whom he poet laments. This prcpaiaiion, which lias heretofore been known as Pahkkr’s Ginger Tonic, will hcieafter be advertised and sold under the name of Parker’s Tonic. Inasmuch as ginccr is really an unimportant ingredi ent, and unprim iplcd deal- rsare constant ly deceiving their customers by substitut ing infeiior preparations under the name ol ginger, we drop tj.o misleading word. The is no change, however, in the prep aration itself, and all bottles retiming in Ihe hands ot dialers, wrapped under the ui me ul Parker’s Ginger . omc contain the genuine medicine if the facsimile sig nature oi Hlscox A Co. is at the bottom of the outside wrapper. [Apr 28-lm THE CUMBERLAND Telephone Company. ' j 'TIE Cun licrland Telephone Company > lit re with present to the patrons a cor rectal list of subscribers to the Exchange. In doing this we return cur sincere ilmnks f.-i lie encouragement given the eulerpri o by our subscribes and the gen eral public Our aim lias been to give t-ffl c ent service and we shall endeavor to merit H eir paironagc in the future : Adams Express Millman, F X Alien, W T Maryland Coal Co AmoiiCHnCoal Co Mil.ho land Jas A BuHzell A House Mtiroan, E Heal I, HA & (Jo McKaig’s Foundry Lieall, Mrs Wm It McKaig’s Law oliice H and O Express Morgan, T P H and O I reiglit Magruder, Ur G W Boyd, A Uuulor New Central Coal Co Brace, Dr C II Noon, P Brace A Richmond Orrick, J C A Son Brady’s Mills Ohr, Dr C H Biuce, Dr.l J O’Donnell,.l B Bruce, W-Rcv. ofliccPaul’s Foundry Braudler, JN M Paul,T H, Fiostbme B altau, John A Penn’a R R in Md Beall, Baush ACo Post’ flice (F. oslbnrg) Porter. Dr H Virgil Beall,F C, FrostburgPorter, Dr II V, res Campbell, WP & CoPrice A Willisuu City Hall Price, W M Cook’s Mill Pompey Smash (pub- Court House licsliiiiou) Coult ban Bros Pcrc), DG, Frost’rg Coulclian, J& T Payne & Co, Frost’rg Consolidation Coal Rawlings Station Co office Ridgeley, Chas Consolidation Coal Robrer, L I), office Co wharf Robrer, L D, mill C& O Canal office Rawlings, 6 M Cumbe’audCcuientCoßoundhouse G C A C Daily News Rylsnd, A J Daily Times Ryan, J, Lonaconing Dixon. John T Rayun, D Uaugbtrcy.P H A Coßyun & Bro, Pekin Uarrow & Co Sunders, John W E. e, E U Sander, J W, res Fronbiser A Co Senimcs, R T A Co Fa rell, Mis II Seay, C A Flursh'.tz, HU F Second Nat bank Flury A Sun Sliiuholl, J W Frostburg Exchange Sbnver, E T Fulton, JAA Co Spi ar, Dr .1 W G-.rdon A Sen Sloan, D W L ramucb, F M Sloan A Sloan, Ocean Gaffney, J P St Nicuolas Hotel Gas office StPcterAPs' is Ch’cb Ga:- Works St Thomas Hospital Gaskell A Evcrstine Spindlcr, Lewis Hast, John T Schmitt, Rev V P llealoy, Dr Thos M Fr -stburg Hein A Co Sloan A t o, Lonaco’g Heir, P Sloun A Co, Ocean H> uderson, Oco, jr Thrusiou, Mrs Q A Helzcl, C F Tilghman, F L HumbirdACo Trieber, H M Hall’s, (public office) T ylor, T B, res Hadra, Edward W U Telegraph office Hager, James Water works Johnson, R I/, res Welsh, r. H Johns >n, J S Weir, Capt John La .cw, A D Wills Creek Tannery Landwehr. Geo D WUsel, J P Lavm A Co Widr tier, J B Lear, D H Wilson, DrLB Liowudes, Lloyd,jr Weber, Henry Lynn. David Weber, H, farm Licliunstein.B Wiley,Dr W W Luuacouing Excli’geYouug, Cbas A Son TERMS. Special line within half mile of Ex change, |4 17 per mouth Each addition al halt mile sls extra per annum. Mcßßiigesi.ii Lmmcui.lng, Fiustburg and Pomi'ey Smash, 15 cents. Message and auswcr,2s cents JOHN A BLATTAU, Superintendent. Edwin D Eve Manager. ALMOST AS BAD. Wbnt the Perplexed Pbyal* duns do in Case* of Emergency. k 4 TXL tell you the honest truth,” nn i swered the doctor. “Bright’s Dis ease bothers the medical meu almost as badly ns cancer docs. Having passed a certain stage, both point straight to etern ity. It may bo unprofessional to let out the secret, but whenever a patient comes to me with Bright’s Disease, or any kid ney trouble acting like it, I tdl him to put cm BENSON’S CAPCTNE POROUS PLASTER without delay." The doctor spoke by the card. The caprine goes right to the spot. If you can bo helped, ihe Capcine will do It. Look out for trauda. Is Hit word CAP CINE cut in the middle of the plaster? If so, you are all right. Price 25 cents. Senbury A Jo.mson,Chemists, New York. Highest awards. [Apr 28-lm iawspafaia. NIGHT. A Wanderer’s Time to Return, When the moon’s soft, lustrous beams dispel • T1 e darkness and the gloom ol night— When in waves of shimmering light ■ A brilliance from her bosom seems to well; Then is the tune with fondest words to gleet The loved ones we have waited long to 1 meet. * When,after years of patient toil anti ■ weary wailing, I resolve to retrace my I steps to the borne of ray childhood, ■ where father, mother, brother, sister— all who are dearest to me, are longing i for my return, I will choose the time ; when night has taken the place of day, I and Phoebus, queen of the starry ' hosts, ia sending forth her mellow - light—at such an hour would I ar | rive, and, passing over quondam walks, set my feet upon the sacred ! portals of my home, so that no hand 1 but that I /crow to be true and faith i ful shall be first to grasp mine in to ken of welcome; that no lips but those - that ever spoke tenderly of me shall first press mine, and that shall first utter the words, “my boy, my boy, [ how gladly do we welcome you !" i It may appear strange Ihtt I should ' select such a time to again meet the "home folks." In elucidation of my fancy I will say that night, ever since the world began, has been set apait as the time for scenes of love, and on such a night as I have described, when, sheltered alike from the glars of the sun and ruder stare of mortals, . we can meet the loved ones face to face ' in the sacred solitude of home. Kabs. Didn't Want the O/flre. , He was high up for Reform, didn't want any office, sod so be was nomi , nated for Overseer of the Poor. In the hope of making his calling and election sure, it occurred to him a lit tle electioneering on the sly was neo , essary. While returning home from the poetoffick on the eve of the election he met Hans Hoollinger, and accosted him with; "Hello, Hans. How are you, and hew's the folks?" “Veil, I vas veil, and frau vas veil, nnd leetle Hans and Yacob and Katrin und der baby vas veil—we ▼as breddy veil, I tanks you." I "Ah! glad to hear it—glad to hear it," said the reformer rubbing his ' hands delightedly. “Ahem I I sup pose you know that I am a candi date for Overseer of the Poor at the ensuing election ?" “Ish dot so?" "Yes, they would insist on my ac cepting the nomination ; did all I could to induce them to nominate 1 somebody else, but it was no use; seems as though I was the only man they wanted, and they were hound to have me." “;.nd so you did not vants der office nnd dey vill makes you took it ? Dot vas too pad.” "Well, you know a good citizen is always willing to sacrifice his own interests to some extent, when he feels that the public good requires him to do so. And now, that lam in for it, I suppose I may depend up on your support ?” “Yaw, py shingo! Ven a filler does not vant somedings, it vas not right to make him take it. I docs vat I can for you—l votes for der oder feller all dor dimes, uml I talks , mit der poys und tells dem val you | said, und I dinks mebby I gets you peat." Harvard College.— At a recent meeting ol the overseers of Harvard College, a discussion was held upon a resolution which hail been before the board for several weeks, that in the opinion of this board, the statutes making attendance on morning pray ers and other religious exercises com pulsory, should be repealed. The board by a strong vote, refused to adopt the resolution. But Mr. George Sbifier, lately from Martins burgh, Biair Co., Fa., who had a Can cerous growth on his nose, and who was advised to use of Peruna before a visit to a Cancer Hospital, was al lowed to take that par-excellent rem edy, and by its use for a very short ■ time, was cured completely—page 24 in the "Ills of Life"—get one from your druggist. Family Foolery. “Gemlen, I his a painful bit 0’ news to spread befo’ de meetin’,” be gan the old man as be motioned to Elder Toots to put down tho alley window. “Nicodemus Pembroke Soott, a local member of dis lodge, has cross* ed into Canady an’will notreappeir among us. Fur de las’ three months I have bin expectin' sum sich climax, and dis mawnin, when a messenger in formed mo da*, he had disappeared nr ter failin’ to shoot hisself wid an old boss pistil, I war not a bit surprised. He leaves a wife an’ two chil’ea an’ aloul fitly cieditors. “What sent him rff? De same rea son dat am daily workin’ to bring about anodder panic—de same reason dat explain de hundreds of business failures—de same reason dat am crip plin' de efforts of thousands of hard workin’ men to secure homes of dar own—fsm'ly extravagance; foolery sm a better name fur it. Uptoay'ar ago Brudder Scott was jobbin' arouu' an' makin a dollar a day. Den he got a eitnaebun by which he aimed fo'leen dollars a week. He was po' off in de house an' had debts bangin' ober him, but beah was de chance (0 get eben. How was it improved ? In less den one month bis wife was rigged out wid a S2O dress, 12 shillin' kids, ass hat au' an opera fun. He had no peace oh min 1 onless he obey ed her. In six weeks she becum too high-toned to wash an' iron fur odder lolkses. In two months she wanted a better house, wid a red parlor carpet and cane seat cha’rs all roun’ de room. In three months she had to Lab a black silk dress, gold bracelets, a tony bonnet, kid shoes, an’ gold fillin’ in her teef. “Dat foolin' has reaped its harvest. De husban’ fottn’ dat he was rannin’ behin, bis home was bein' neglected, his wife was bein' gossiped about, an' in Jispair Lc hub picked tip his feel an’ slid out. It was the nateral re sult. I tell you, my frens, de tom foolery ob de wimraen ob dis kanlry am strainin' on de chalk-line ontil de cord cant stan' much mo', an' it am high lime dat sumbody sots his foot down. Da man who aims $25 per week hissumhow got de ideah into bis head dat de world expects him to dress his wife as if he aimed a bank er’s profits. Wives of men who cant keep up wid Jar Louse rent am can terin' up aa’ down wid sealskin snques an’ $0 shoes. Wives ob men who hah to dodge de butcher an' grocer an' tailor am now selectin’ spring carpets an' orderin’ S3O lambrekins. Wives ob men who couldn’t raise SSO at do bank to save dar necks am rushin' to balls an’ parties an’ havin' dar expen sive dresses described fur de benefit ob de public. “De so-called society ob de> aige am composed ob false hair, false preten ces, debt-dodgin an’ base decepshun. Our rich people am distinguished by dar plain dress an' quiet manners. De snides an' dudes an' dados do all de swaggerin', rush on all de colors, an' monopolize de biggest sheer ob de stieet. Yon wait I De man who libs fur anodder ten y'ars will h’ar eulhin drap, an’ arter de drap takes place de thousands ob idiotn who new feel ashamed to admit dat dey doan keep but only two servant gala in de house will go back to deir cook stoves at' wash tubs au' take dir proper places in de perceehun.”—Detroit Free Press. “What is promised to the relig ious?”atked a mild and amiable Sun day school teacher of a small child at the far end of her class. “Eternal bliss,” quickly responded tbe pupil. ‘ Quite right, my dear cbi'd,” said the mild and amiable. “And now tell me what is promised to the wicked." “Eternal blister, ma’am,” was the prompt reply. The teacher pronounced the answer theologically correct, but peculiarly expressed. The shoe manufacturers and shoe operatives of Cincinnati have termi nated the lock-out which baa kept 2,500 men idle for a fortnight. All bauds resumed work Monday, leav ing tbe settlement of tho difficulty to arbitration. Elderly philanthropist to small boy who is striving vainly to pull a door-bell above his reach : “Let me help you my little man.” (Pulls tbe bell.) Small boy ; "Now you had better run, or we’ll both get a licking.” Class not the idle among tbe living; they are a sort of dead men who can’t be buried. $1.50 per annum—in advance. WHOLE NUMBER, 608. P>'e-Itlatorte Cemetery . Two miles from Mandan, on the bluffs near the junction of the Hart and Missouri rivers, is an old cemetery of fully 100 acres in extent filled with bones of a giant race. This vast city of the dead lies just east of the Fort Lincoln road. The ground has the appearance of having been filled with trenches piled full ot dead bodies, both man and beast, and covered with several.feet of earth. In many places mounds from eight to ten feet high, and some of them one hundred test or morn in length, have been thrown up and are filled wiih bones, broken pottery, vases of various bright col ored flints and agates. T.io pottery is of a dark material, beautifully dec orated, delicate in finish, and liaht as wood, showing the work of a people skilled in the arts and possessed of a high state of civilization. This has evidently been a great battle-field, where thousands of men and horses nave fallen. Noth'ng like a svstem alio or intelligent exploration has I een made, as only little holes two or three feet in depth have been dug in “one of the mounds, but many parts of the anatomy of man end beast and beautiful specimens of broken poltsry and other curiosities have been found in these feeble efforts at excavation. Five miles above Maudao, on the op posite eide of the Missouri, is another vast cemetery, as yet unexplored. We asked sn aged Indian what bis people knew of these ancient graveyards. He answered: ‘‘Mo know nothing : about them. They were here before the red man.”—Mandau (Da.) Pioneer Sanitary Brief*. Hall’s Journal of Health rcoom ! mends the following remedies for j common human ills. They are sim ple, always at hand in the family, and | aro indorsed by first-class authority : Try cranberries for malaria. Try a sun-bath for rheumatism. Try clambroth for a weak stomach. Try cranberry poultice for erysip ! elas. Try a wgt towel to tho back of the neck when sleepless. Try swallowing saliva when troub led with sour stomach. Try eating fresh radishes and yel low turnips for gravel. Try eating onions and horseradish to remove dropsical swellings. Try buttermilk for removal of freckles, tan and butternut stains, i Try a hot flannel over the seat of neuralgia paius, and renew frequent ly- Try faking your cod-liver oil in tomato catsup if you want to maks it palatable. Try taking a nap in the afternoon if you are going to be out late in the evening Try brs-aihing the fumes of turpen tine or carbolic acid to remove whoop ing-cough. Try walking with your bauds be hind yon it you find yourself becom ing bunt forward An Original Salutatory.—An Arkansas journalist, in assuming con trol of lbs local columns of a weekly paper, sayr: ‘‘The proprietors of the Skilet have deemed it advisable for me io lend my influence to this great enterprise. lam an cld hand at the busines.-, and come highly recommend ed, having been run out of the swamp land district on account of a delicate ly expressed suntimest to the effect that the county judge was a thief of no tmail capacity. Sn long as the judge of this county remains honest, or, rather, is not caugh* stealing any thing, I my itay a id help you devel op tho wonderful resources of this sec tion ; but just so rood as he is proved to be a thief, I reckon I’ll have lo slide. I take this method of iuform- I icg tho people that I will preach at ; the Clay Hill church next Sunday.” —Arkausaw Traveler, As when She was Young.— “l have used Parker’s Hair Balsam and like it belter than any similar prepa ration I know of," writes Mrs. Ellen Perry, wife of Rev. P. Perry, of Oold brook Springs, Mass, "My hair was almost entirely gray, but a dollar bottle of tho Balsam has restored the softness and brown color it had when I was young—not a single gray hair left. Since I began ap| lying the Bal aam my hair has stopped falling out, and I find that it is a perfectly harmless and agreeable dressing.” ! Charity obliges us not to distrust a | man; pmdenoe not to trust him be 1 fore we know him.