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MINING JOURNAL.
FROBTBURO, MD., JUNE 23,1888.
The Easton Slw files an exception
to an opinion of the Baltimore Bay.
The”lalter thinks it. wrong that the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad company
should enjoy exemption from taxation
of millions of dollars' worth of prop
erty in the citv, The Star, on the
other hand regards the business
brought the city by the railroad
company as ample compensation for
the exemption. That is all very well.
But who are furnishing the Baltimore
and Ohio with business to taka to
Baltimore 7 In very large measure
the towns and counties of Maryland
in other millions of property
are also exempt from the.burdeos_of
governmental protection. In other
words, the consumers at one end and
the producers at the other must pay
for all rat the carrier does not pay ;
in addition, submit to a tax imposed
by the carrier, and regulated mainly
by its desired income over expenses.
In spits of this it matters not that
Philadelphia, Wilmington and An
napolis would be glad to extend the
same favorable conditions for the
advantages of termini, The question
is—is it eqnitable 7 Bather—is any
exemption, except for pauperism, for
any purpose, however good, or even
any inequality of imposition consti
tutional?
Last Thursday was the longest day
the Queen Oity Courier has ever been
able to observe. Its first arrival at
the Tropic of Cancer was celebrated
by a slight overflow of editorial gush
and a local apology, each concerning
the levy list—both offences pardona
ble.
The Journal has no quarrel with
the Lonaooning Review, particularly
with no mind-reader or doctor that
may be lurking on its premises.
LOCAL CORRESPONDENCE.
An Immense Question.
To the Minino Journal :
Have we a “dude” among ns ?
Racso Edliw.
An Overwhelming Primary—A
newspaper Elected to “Give
Us an Eloquent Rest.”
Frobtburu, June 21, 1883.
To the Mining Journal :
We have been watching and read
ing the braggadocio of the Lonacon
ing Review for several months past
how it hit from the shoulder at the
Queen City Courier and the Frostburg
Journal. The Journal struck back
alone for some time; the Courier has
lately stepped into the ring, and with
the Journal has knocked the Review
out of time in less than two rounds.
This goes to show that “in unity there
is strength"—a maxim the Review
preaches but does not practise. We
have considered the bulldozing of the
Review, have "taken a vote on it" and
decided that the Review should "give
us a rest." John Chambers.
CAVE MAY’S''ATTRACTIONS
A Select Excursion on June 30th
$8.50 for thr Round Trbp.— The
close observers of last season's attrac
tions at summer resorts noted the de
cided prominence which Cape May
took in the competition for patronage
and as well as the gieat success
which followed. Stimulated with the
result of its efforts, the famous old
watering place comes to the fore with
a list of entertainments that will con
tinue without interruption fiom June
30lh far into September, and of a
character and variety that will satis
fy the sojourner for the season as
well as the transient visitor. Fre
quenters of the Cape are familiar
with the great lawn of the Stocton
Hctel, with its unobstructed view of
the shore drive and the surf beyond.
An immense pavilion, capable of ac
comodating cne hundred musicians
with a portable extension for seating
five hundred choristers, is now being
erected, and an addition to the porches
is now being made by flooring in
eight thousand feet of the lawn ad
joining, thus making a grand dancing
pavilion and auditorium, uoequaled
on the coast.
Operatic, oratorio, promenade con
ceits and balls are to be given on a
scale of completeness and grandeur,
never before attempted at the seaside.
On Saturday, June 30tb, the fes
tivities commence with a visit of the
famous State Feucibles, of Philadel
phia, accompanied Ly full baud and
drum corps. Dross parade cf the
Fencbles Saturday evening.
There will be a grand concert in
the new pavilion during the after
noon, and at night a hop compli
mentary to the Fencibles, with a
lawn concert alternating.
On Sunday, July Ist, there will be
a battalhon drill with exhibitions of
loading and firing, closing with a
diess parade, a sacred concert in the
afternoon, and in the evening a sacred
concert by the combined orchestra
and military band.
Other at tractions bar: bc:u anang
od for every alteruoon and evening
during the week following, commenc
on Mor.dav afternoon with a conceit
by a grand military band. Although
not entirely perfected, the arrange
ments will likelyjncludo a great and
novel display of fireworks on thedih,
with conceits and other features.
Excursion tickets will be sold on
June 29th, from Cumberland at $8.50
for the round trip on rpecial train
leaving Cumberland at 8:45 a. m.,
good to go on that date only, and to
return on regular trains, by contin
uous journey, until July 9tb, enabling
visitors to remain over to witness the
musical and military attractions re
ferred to above.
For particulars apply to nearest
ticket agent or to Thos. E. Watt,
Pats. Agt., W. D., Pittsburg.
MISCELLANEO US ITEMS.
Look at S, T. Little & Son’s plan
to provide you with a gold watch on
easy terms.
The iron and steel trade of tbe
United States with Mexico has about
quadrupled in the last two rears.
Three and a half ft et of coal has
been found in the main range thirty
five miles west of Las Vegas, N. M.
At least 120 more coke ovens will
be built at Crested Butte, Col,, this
year where Inst year there was not oae.
Although Russia has vast leds ol
excellent coal, she imports nearly half
of what she uses, chiefly through
lack of internal communications.
Why is coal the most extraordin
ary article known to commerce?
Because, when puichasad, instead cf
going to tbe buyer, it goes to the
cellar.
Recently a leading Chicago iron
pipe factory made an experiment with
Bessemer steel instead of iron, and
the result established that steel is high
ly valuable for this use.
A LARGE body of hematite iron has
been discovered two miles above Clif
ton, Arizona, in the hills bordering on
the Frisco river, and close to the
wagon road leading to Oro.
The labor agitation at Stellarton,
Nova Scotia, has resulted in a strike
for higher wages by the boys of the
Albion coal mines. Work on the
slope has ceased, and an advance has
been asked at the other mines.
Vennor for Next Week.—
S 3. Weather more favorable and settled.
34. Showery; storms in the air.
25-30-87. Warm to sultiy, with strong
winds.
38. Hot weather continues, with severe
thunder.
20. Wind and hail; heavy rains in sec
tions.
30. Unsettled, murky weather.
The Trade Tribunal at Pittsl urg
reassembled Monday, and after a
further hearing cf both parties decid
ed that time would he saved by refer
ring the matter to umpire John R.
McCune at once. The meeting then
adjourned till Monday. The question
was submitted to the umpire Tuesday.
“What would you do if you were
I and I were you ? ’ tenderly inquir
ed a young swell of his lady friend
as he escorted her home from church.
“Well,” she said, “if I were you
I would throw away that vile cigar
ette, cut up my cane for firewood,
wear my watch-chain under my
coat, and stay at home nights and
pray for braias.”
Verdict Awarding Damages.—
The jnry in the case of Catharine
MoGirr vs the Pennsylvania lailroad
in Maryland, tried in Hagerstown,
and gave a verdict Tueaday for the
plaintiffs for SO,OOO. The case
will go to the court cf appeals. The
suit was to recover damages for the
killing of Arthur McGirr by one of
defendant's locomotives.
The Pope and the Irish.— Tbe
New York Herald prints an inter
view with Cardinal Simeoni, accord
ing to which it appears that the Pope
does not propose to interfere with
political affairs in Ireland, is not op
posed to the Parnell testimonial or to
priests attteading political gatqerings,
and that hie letter to tbe Irish bishops
has been anfirely misunderstood and
missnterpreted.
Decision in Favor of the Regis
trars of Voters.— The Court of Ap
peals Wednesday delivered an opinion
in regard to the words "day for ap
pointed service" used in chapter 22
of the act of 1882, declaring that the
language of the act applies to the
time consumed by registrars in mak
ing up and publishing the list of voters,
as well as to the time consumed iu the
several sittings for tbe registration ef
names. That the act allowed for the
latter service a per diem of $4 was
conceded, but the payment of that per
diem for additional services is shown
by the opinion here given to be also
obligatory. The sums claimed iu the
two cases before the court aggregated
but $192, but the decision affects, of j
course, a largo number of cases, and !
j will add materially to tfie bills pre
sented by registrars, 1
New Advertisements.
Annual Levy List
—O K
Allegany County, Mel,
—LEVIED BY THE—
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
AT THE JUNE SESSION, 18S3.
And published In pursuance of
Section 9, Article 28, I'ubllc
General Laws of Maryland.
ALMSHOUSE.
L W Brant, trustee, use 2J Na
tional Bank $ 50 00
Dr Charles H Ohr, physician 400 00
James Reid, steward 550 00
Chas White, trustee and treasurer 100 00
John Wicbol, trustee 50 00
Trustees for maintenance of poor
year ending June Ist, 1884 4,500 00
Estimated cost of building new
barn on almshouse property 2,890 00
Total $8,640 00
APPROPRIATIONS TO CORPORA
TIONS.
Mayor and city council of Cum
berland, Md $1,500 00
Mayor and city council of Cum
berland, Md., to bo used in tho
discretion of the mayor and
council in improving within the
corporate limits the lollowlng
rends leading out of Cumber
bcrlaud, viz; Little Valley
road from railroad to alma
house gale; Bedford road from
German Lutheran church to
city limits; Baltimore pike from
Decatur street to city limits;
Oldtown road from end of Me
chanic street to oity limits;
Fayette street from Baltimore
and Ohio railroad to city limits 1,000 00
Mayor and city council of Frost
burg, Md 750 00
Mayor and city council of West
ernport, Md 200 00
Mayor and city council of Wcst
eruport, Md., to bo expended
on river road within the cor
porate limits 50 00
Total $3,500 00
ATTORNEYS’ FEES.
Brace & Richmond, 3 felonies $ 30 00
Same, 20 misdemeanors 60 0(i
Same and A H Boyd, 1 felony 10 00
Sumo and R W McMichael, 1
felony 10 00
Same and game, 2 misdemeanors 6 66
Blackiston & Ellegood, 1 misde
meanor 3 S 3
Boyd, A 11, 4 misdemeanors 13 33
Bridcudolph.W S, 1 mlsdeiremor 3 33
DcVecmon, J Sommes, 1 felony 10 00
Gordon, Robert H, 1 felony 10 00
Same, 3 misdemeanors ’ 10 00
Same and Price & Willison, 1
misdemeanor 3 33
Gondcr, T E, use D P Miller, 3
misdemeanors 6 66
Same and R H Gordon, 1 misde
meanor 3 33
Johnston, E R, 1 felony 10 00
McKaig, A B, DeW H Reynolds
and W M Price, 1 n isdemeunor 3 33
McKaig, A B, and It McDonald,
2 misdemeanors 6 66
McKaig, A B, 1 misdemeanor 3 33
McDonald, Robt, 4 misdemeanors 13 33
McKaig, W McM, 2 felonies 30 00
McHenry & Son, 1 felony 10 00
Samo, 2 misdemeanors 6 66
McHenry, J A, 2 misdemeanors 6 66
McMichael,RW,2misdcmeanon 6 60
Same and C O Willison, 1 lelony 10 00
Macbeth. J E, 3 misdemeanors 6 66
Same and O C Willison, 1 misde
meanor 3 33
Macbeth, J E, and B A Rich
mond, 1 felony 10 00
Price ifc Willison, 3 felonies 30 00
Same, 4 mlsdcmeanois 13 33
Price, W M, 1 misdemeanor 3 33
Price, Q E, and B A Richmond, 1
misdemeanor 3 33
Reynolds,DeWD.l misdemeanor 8 33
Bemmes, R T, 5 misdemeanors 16 06
Sloan, D W, 132 misdemeanors 440 00
Same, 33 felonies 330 00
Same, use 2d National Bunk 1,000 00
Same, balance 230 00
Total $2,373 23
CLERK’S OFFICE.
Luman, Theodore, fees as per
statement $3,647 86
COLLECTORS' COMMISSIONS.
George S Wilson, com
mission on State tax $ 99 55
George 8 Wilson, com
mission on county tax 357 00
$ 456 61
James M Shober, com
misson on State tax 339 07
J ernes M Shober, com
mission on county tax 1,595 94
J J Keller, commission
on State tax 806 58
J J Keller, commission
on county tux 1,188 89
Adam Thompson, com
mission on State tax 247 53
Adam Thompson, com
mission on county tux 921 09
Total $5,055 81
CONTINGENT FUND.
For contingent expense#, dis
counts and insolvencies for fis
cal year $9,055 34
"constables.
Audicws, Joseph $ 43 06
Be’.lack, Bernard 3 85
Beaver, John, use Henry Heigot 25 00
“ “ “ John Kelso 76 05
“ “ balance 290
Cutbbcrtson, John 125 05
Carney, A J 2 60
Clink, Philip 25 99
Douglas, John C 1 90
Davis, Thomas H 8 37
Her got, Henry 790
Joy, Joseph It, use John Kelso 889 70
“ “ " G Henderson,Jr 46 48
“ “ "O D Landwebr 36 63
“ “ “CP Hetzel 53 30
“ “ “ G Schwatzenbachß2 50
Kerns, Eleuzer, use K Darkey 6 75
Lcmmurt, John A 37 35
Montgomery, Worthy, use J S
Jamcsson 83 35
Patrick, Andrew o#is
Parker, George B 18 35
Scott, A, use 2d National Bank 80 05
“ “ Lloyd Lowndes 19 95
“ “ John Kelso 30 65
“ balance 296 20
Thrasher, J. use Hitchins Bros 81 26
Wiekard, Win, use John Kelso 22 50
“ “ “ Geo Schwar
zenbach 22 60
| Wiekard, Win, use Alphcus Bell 100 40
Willison, Hanson (Roberts case) 21 60
Total _ $1,547 64
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
AML Bush $ 168 00
John Kolb 108 00
Robert Mathcuy 168 00
Nathan Loar . 168 00
Luke V Alderton 168 00
L T DeWitt, Clerk, use 2J Na
tional Bank 875 00
| L T DeWitt, Clerk, balance 125 00 '
I G L Wclhnetou, Treasurer 750 00 I
Bftt.cp tfc Richmond, Attorneys 400 00 !
1 To.al $8,990 00 i
COURT HOUSE EXPENSES.
Ballzell & Rouss, drapery, etc sll 52
Broadnip, George B, repairs 1 60
Brant, L AV, coal, use 3d National
Bank 138 26
Brandler, J N M, eoal 37 00
Daughtrey & Co, P H, sundries 3 92
Johnson lire's, repairs 85 80
LeFevre & Son, Henry, sundries 5 45
Larin & Co, M E, sundries 7 42
White, Isaac, matting, 49 88
Total $329 75
COURTHOUSE AND JAIL FUND.
For redemption of courthouse
and jail bonds due July 4,1884 $5,000 00
For amount on coupons on bond
ed debt 1,800 00
Total $6,800 00
CORONERS’ JURIES.
Atkinson, Jas $ 50 McMullin, Adam 50
Atkins, Samuel 60 Mnllin, Franklin 50
Barth, John 50 McCalpin, John 50
Bucket), George 50 McFarland, John 50
Bradley, W B 100 Mullin, Franklin 50
Bowers, George 50 Martin, John L 50
Ropier, Fred 60 Moran, Thomas 50
Brode, Conrad 50 Monahan, John SO
Brode, Henry 50 Mauley, John 59
Bowers, Adam 60 McDonald, P 100
Bradley WH 50 Mason, Thomas 100
Bogan, James 50 Mcßride, Thos 50
Brany, Patrick 50Martin,John 100
Bath, Henry 50 McMullin, John 50
Bath, John 50 McMullin, Adam 50
Barrett, Richard 30 McLuckie, Geo 50
Barrett, Thos M 60 McMillan, Adam 50
Bahorn, Cornel’s 50 Murphy, John 50
Cortkld, Wm 50 McCuughan, A 50
Cosgrove, Thos 1 45 Morgan, Richard 50
Campbell, James 50 McMillan, Wm 50
Cook, David 50 McCalpin, James 50
Conwell, Path 50 Nichols. Ham’l 100
Coughlin, M 100 Nolan, Peter 5o
dice, Harrison 50 Nelson, Andrew So
Craze, James 50 O’Hara, Dennis 2o
Grots, Thomas 50 Orr, James 100
Condon, Wm 50 Peebles, John 50
Dick, Alex 50 Poi ter, Thos Q 1 60
Dixon, David 50 Preston. John 50
Dick, Thomas 50 Perry, Fred 60
Dixon, Wm 50 Pollock, Wm 50
Dick, Bandy 50 Percy, David 50
Dick, A 50 Robb, George S 1 00
Duckworth, L H 50 Rcidier, George 5(1
Dufty, Edward 50 Roberts, Chris 60
Frew, Alex 50 Shaw, John A 50
Fulton, Wm 50 Schuler, Andrew 50
Fisher, Thomas 50 Scott, John 50
Filpott, Benj. 50 Steel, Wm 50
Footon, Thos 50 Smith, J F 50
George, Henry 50Sperry, Joshua 50
Hohing, Otto 100 Stewart, Joe 50
Hotchkiss, N 50 Somerville, Kobt 50
Harvey, Robert 50 Schuler, James 50
Helman, Jere 50 Stevenson, Sam’l 50
Jackson, Thos 60 Stevenson,lsaac 50
Johnson, John 50 Stevenson, John 50
Johnston, James 50 Stevenson, Geo 50
Kelso, John 816 Torbet, John 100
Kcar, George W 50 Thompson, John 50
Kalbuugh.W 5(1 Vaughn, Samuel 50
Kreilzburg, Geo 50 Worgan, Hubert 50
Love, sr, James 50 Watson, John 50
Lynch, John 50 Wilson, Thomas 50
Lancaster, Thos 50 Warron, Joseph 50
Nichol Janies 50 Young, Daniel 50
Total SO6 71
ELECTION EXPENSES OF NOVEM
BER, 1883.
District No. 1.
Harman Brinkman, return judge, 4
days sl4 40
Thomas H Norris, judge, 3 days 4 00
John Gross, judge,3 days 400
H H Yonker, Cloik, 3 days 4 00
C O Stottlcmycr, clerk, use Benj A
Richmond 4 00
Sophia M Knight, hosse rent 5 00
Pens, ink, etc 35
Total $35 65
District No. 2,
Charles F Showacrc, judge, 8 oayss 4 00
E M Qinevan, return judge, 4 days 10 56
Riley Hartley, judge, 3 days 4 00
L O Piper, clerk, use John Carder,
2 days 4 00
John J Piper, cierk, use John Kolb,
3 days 4 00
James Carder, house rent, etc 5 00
Total s3l 50
District No, 8.
Isaac Johnson, return judge, 4 days
and 13 miles $ 9 92
James Wllhson, judge, 3 days 4 00
Basil Browning, judge, 3 days 4 00
Thomas II Davis, clerk. 3 days 4 00
B F Barknmn, clerk, 8 days 4 00
Franklin Ling, house rent 5 00
Total S3O 93
District No. 4—lst Precinct.
A M Adams, return judge, 3 days $ 600
U L Couler, judge, 3 days 4 00
T L Coulehau, judge, 2 days 4 00
Thomas Connell, clerk, 2 days 4 00
Edward Macbeth, clerk, 2 days 4 00
Total $23 00
District No. 4—2 d Precinct.
Jacob Brengle, return judge $ 6 00
George E Broadrup, judge 4 00
Robert Christie, judge 4 00
J L Griffith, clerk 4 00
E J Edwards, clerk 4 00
Total $32 00
District No. 6.
L W Braut, return judge, used 2d
National Bank $ 6 00
Thomas Johnson, judge 4 00
John Himmler, judge 4 00
John W Richards, clerk 4 00
John M Reichert, clerk 4 00
Total si 00
District No. 6.
Hopewell Hebb, return judge $6 00
O C Gephart, judge 4 00
Michael Wiesel, judge 4 00
Daniel E Kean, clerk 4 00
John B Winslow, clerk 4 00
Total $22 00
District No. 7.
Philip A Bier, return judge, use C
F Hetzel $ 9 93
Basil Alhey, judge 4 00
Ernest McKenzie, judge 4 00
W C Darrow, clerk 4 CO
Stanley Crcsap, clerk 4 00
Total $25 93
District No. 8.
D L Phillippi, return judge, 4 days
and 30 miles sl3 80
George W Shcetz, judge, 2 days 4 00
Joseph Logsdon, judge, 3 days 4 00
Michael Ahern, clerk, 3 days 4 00
Worthy Montgomery, clerk, J days
use J S Miller & Co 4 00
Hcnt and janitor’s services 5 00
Total $33 80
District No. 9.
! John Coles, return judge sl3 80,
Dr AV J Piper, judge, 3 days 4 00
Hugh Thompson, judge, 3 days 4 00
R D Porter, clerk, 2 days 4 00
Albion Coles, clerk, 3 clays 4 00
James Campbell, room rent 10 00
Stationery 85
| Total $39 05
District No. 10,
j David Dixon, icturn judge, 3 days $lO 00
James Frew, judge, 3 days 4 00
James Ryan, judge, 2 days 4 00
William B Bradley, clerk, 8 days 4 00
P A Crowe, clerk, 3 days 4 00
J Harper, room rent 10 00
. Total $36 00
District No. 11.
R W Mason, return judge, 3 days $ 600
Same, 17 miles, stationery, etc 2 72
Richard Beall, judge, 8 days 4 00
John N Carson, judge, 2 days 4 00
John L Porter, clerk 2 days 4 00
Conrad Baker,clerk, 8 days 4 00
Thomas II Paul, room rent 10 00
Total $34 72
District No. 12.
John Price, return judge, 3 days, 12
miles, stationery, etc $ 0 90
Charles Connor, judge, 3 days 4 00
John Kirby, judge, 3 days 4 00
Alfred Cline, clerk, use B Stern 4 00
Thomas F McGuire, clerk. 2 days 400
Johnson Bro’s, office rent 5 00
Total SBO 90
District No. 18.
Albert Bellinger, return judge $ 7 92
Audrew Hoofnagle, judge 4 00
William Findley, judge 4 oo
William W Crow, clerk 4 00
John L Malloy, clerk 4 00
A J Hoolnagel, rent s 00
Total S2B 92
District No. 14—1st Precinct.
J M Weller, return Judge, 3 days,
use C F Hetzel $ 6 00
W 8 Shuck, judge, 2 days 4 00
Comad Lottig, judge, 2 days 4 00
A Darrow, clerk, use R II Shearer
& Bro 4 oo
JamesN Clary,clerk, use H Swartz
welder 4 00
Total $22 00
District No. 14—2 d Precinct.
C F Hetzel, return judge $ 6 00
Edward O’Neal, judge 400
James A Ferguson, judge 4 00
H T Sheridan, clerk, use H Swartz
wclder 4 00
David AYalkcr.jr, clerk, use Harry
Swartzwclder 4 00
Total $22 00
District No. 15.
Isaac Bradburn, return judge $lO 00
Hugh Muir, judge 4 00
Jacob Miller, judge 4 00
Samuel E Lynch, clerk 4 00
John Mansdeld, clerk 4 00
David Dick, house rent 10 00
Total $36 00
Grand total, $495 45.
FOXES, WILD CATS, ETC-SCALPS
Ash, James, 4 hawks and owls $ 120
Albaugh, Joseph, 1 fox 1 00
Burns, Lawrence, 1 fox and 1 weasel 1 25
Beall, John T. 3 foxes 3 00
Brooke, John R, 8 loxcs 8 00
Cessna, AVm, 2 foxes 2 00
Carder, J AV.2I foxes, 1 wildcat 28 50
Crculzburg, Henry, 12 (oxes 13 00
Dean, N M, 3 hawks 00
Davis, John M, 1 (ox 1 00
Dundo, Owen, 1 fox 1 00
Detfenhaugh, Edward, 13 foxes, sl3,
4 wlldca's, $6 19 00
Duckworth, C AV, 1 fox, sl. 8
hawks, $3.40, 4 owls, $1.30, 0
weasels, $1.50 6 10
Fisher, A R, 5 foxes, $5, 3 wildcats
$3.00 8 00
Gloss, Moses, 9 loxes 9 00
Graralich & Son, F M, 2 foxes 2 00
Holder, Albert T, 2 hawks 00
He Hr on & Brannon, 3 hawks 00
Jamison & Kalbaugh, 4 fox<B, $4, 3
hawks, 60 cents 4 60
Kelso, John, 24 foxes, $24,1 wild
cat, $1 .50, 8 weasels, 75 cents 20 25
Kolb, John. 1 fox 1 00
Kimberly, John, 8 foxes 3 00
Lning, F, 5 foxes 3 00
Lnslile & Son, J, 5 hawks 1 50
Mellot, J 11, 3 foxes 2 00
Madore, L C, 1 fox 1 00
McEllish, Upton, 1 fox 1 00
Robinette, Moses L, 2 foxes, $2, 1
hawk, 80 cents 2 30
Richmond, B A, 3 foxes 2 00
Staubcr, George, 4 foxes 4 00
Smith, Charles AV, 2 foxes 2 00
Shearer, II 11, 18 hawks and owls 8 90
Sonneborn, Samuel, 5 foxes 5 00
Shaffer & Munn, 3 foxes 3 00
Twigg, John T, 2 foxes 2 00
Twigg, George, 4 foxeg 4 00
AVilsou, Simou, 5 foxes 5 00
Wigfiekl, E,4 foxes, $4,1 hawk, 80c 430
Winebrcnncr, Isaac, 5 foxes 5 00
Total $lB5 70
INQUESTS-CORONERS.
Atkinsou, H R, use Jacob Hausel
inquests and fees $ 875
Carr, Dr M A RF, 1 post mortem 10 00
Cinigen, Dr WJ, 4 post mortems 40 00
Crumwell, Dr BH, 1 post mortem 10 00
Englar, Dr J AV J, use D J Betz, 3
post mortems 20 00
Hocking, Dr Geo H, 1 post mortem 10 00
Murphy, C S,uso Hoban & Hanley,
inquest 5 00
O’Hunley, John, inquest and fees 7 75
Ohr, Dr C 11, 1 post mortem 10 00
Strong,J M,coroner, use J Goldsmith 375
“ “ “ “ F Laiug 10 00
“ “ “ D Lynn 500
“ “ •“ J D McEvoy 300
“ “ “ “ John Kelso 70 00
“ “ “ balance 430
AVilson, Dr J J, 2 post mortems 20 00
Williams. Dr JM, 4 post mortems 40 00
Total $277 65
JAIL EXPENSES.
Braut, L AV, coal, use 2d Nat Ba’k $ 46 34
Bauer, J Q, sundries 43 25
Daughtrey & Co, P H, sundries 87 08
Edwards, Samuel J, shoes 7 35
Flury & Sou, coal and wood 25 50
Goldsmith, Jacob, clothing 22 55
Gross, Moses, clothing 47 40
Holzshu & Sou, C L, clothing 73 50
Jordan, Charles J, repairs 37 50
Johnson Brothers, repairs 127 90
Kolb, John, shoes 47 80
Klinger, E, clothing 8 75
LeFevre A Son, H, drugs 32 60
Shepherd & Offut, sundries 4 35
Smith, John, shoes 10 50
Schwurzeubaeh, Georje, clothing 900
AVhite, Charles, sundries 39 00
While, Isaac, sundries 51 25
Total $721 17
JUKY AND AVITNESS FUND.
Estimate to pay jury and Stale
witnesses to June, 1884 SB,OOO 00
MAGISTRATES’ FEES.
Atkinson, lly R, use J B Wright $ 705
Brooke, John H 44 80
Cresup, Stanley 3 40
Duckworth, Uriah 5 30
Fazenbakcr, J 8, use W M Price 28 00
“ " balance 109 05
Hnrbaugh, SP, use 3d Nat B’nk 644 45
Jones, J AVilliam 329 75
Lavclio, John 108 75
Moat, O J 30 45
Murphy, OS, use Hoban A: Hanley 300
Mansfield, John, use J S Combs 41 40
Shircliff, Henry, use Wm Brace 34 95
•• “ “ B A Richmond 23 45
Sheetz, George AV. 17 16
AVcis, John C, use F O Baush 6 50
“ •• MAVinelaml 910
Total W 24 55
MISCELLANEOUS.
Combs, John S $ 225
Daily Times, use 2d National
Bank, printing COD 00
Daily News, advertising SOOO,
priming $314 914 00
Froslburg Journal, use 2d Na
tional Bank, printing 333 33
Frost, M, use AVilliam R Percy,
printing 833 33
Fulton, John A,stationery 18 48
Hager, James T, use 2d National
Bank, bjaidiug jurors 204 00
Hedge*, C C, meals for Jurors 104 90 S
Independent, use 2d National
Bank, printing 383 83 ]
Independent, printing 7 00
King, Alex, collector, water rent ]
to April!, 1884 104 00
Louacouing Ileeiew, use 2d Na
tional Bank, printing 838 33 1
Lichtenstein, S, board for jurors 8 50
Miller, .1 J, printing,stationery 27 36 ]
McKaig, Merwin, iron work 16 07
Oder, J B, printing for collector 200 ]
Billiards, Milton,lron clampsfer
surveyor 860 1
Schaidt, John, surveying, use 2d
National Bank 55 00 ]
Willison, H, hauling grand juries 86 00 i
Wsldeck,Frank, board witnesses
(Roberts case) 18 00 !
Total _ $8,573 37 !
NEW ASSESSMENTS.
O 8 Wilson 13 $ 660
James M Shober 100 50 00 j
John J Keller 26 13 00
Adam Thompson 99 49 60 ’
Total sll9 00
ORPHANS’ COURT.
John Rhind, register, fees $ 343 60
Stationery 32 77 ]
Incidental expenses 150 00 <
Estimated salaries of Judgea 1,800 00
Total $1,826 37 j
OUTSIDE PENSION FUND. 1
For amount set aside fur outside
pensions this year $2,500 00 ]
PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
School Commissioners of Alls- J
gar.y county for support of
public schools to June 1,1884 $35,000 00
REGISTRATION OFFICERS.
J S Craigcn, use J A Ferguson,
rent $ 500
Same, balance rent (2 offices) 10 00 .
Crowe, P A, office rent 10 00
Darkey, jr, Francis, office rent 1160
Frost, U, use 2d National Bunk,
ptinting 860 00 .
Same, use Tbeo A Ogle 83 00
Knight, James, office lent 12 00 .
McElfish, Owen, office rent 10 00
Naughton, Michael, office rent 1100 .
Oder, J B, printing 246 80
Porter, John L, office rent 10 00
Robinson, H H, printing for Reg
istration Office 12 70
StucKluuser, Qustavus, office rent 5 15
Stephens, James, office rent and
stationery 10 25
, Woods, Bernard, office rent 11 41 '
Webster, Daniel, use O C Gep
| hart, printing 463 30
| Total _ $1,21121 ,
REMOVED CASES.
( To commissioners of Frederick
county to pay jurors, etc, in
, case Daniel Kean ttB&Oll
RCo $ 316 00
. To Edward Jamison, sheriff of
Garrett county, Flanagan case 20 40
To commissioners of Montgomc
, ry county to pay jurors, etc, in
case Edwards va Sloan 432 00
( To F H Zeiglcr, sheriff of Wash
. iugton county, witnesses in
( Thrasher case 33 40
, To commissioners of Garrett
county to pay jurors, etc,case of
McKaig vs McKaig and P R R
, Co ta B&OR RCo 173 75
. . Total _ $1,004 56
) ROAD LEVIES FOR 1884.
1 District I—Orleans $ 500 00
“ 2—Oldtown 000 00
: “ 3—Flintstono 680 00
“ 4—Canal 400 00
“ s—Wills Creek 150 00
’ “ 6—River 615 00
. “ 7—Rawlings 390 00
“ B—Westernport 275 00
“ 9—Barton • 200 00
; “ 10—Lonsconing 200 00
“ 11—Frostburg 200 00
“ 12 East Frestburg 600 00
“ 13—Mount Savage 440 00
“ 14— Central 500 00
I “ 15—East Louacouing 300 CO
I National turnpike 900 00
J Legislative road 1,200 00
| Total $8,200 00
) ROAD BALANCES.
Bittner, Eli $ 371
Brant, W B 20 86
Cresap, L M 89 49
) Condon, Thomas 22 28
I Dill Christopher 493
• Dawson, Eli W 609
I Fisher, Charles J 23 50
Fazenmyer, M 2 73
> Helmstetter Joseph 347
) Hein, Peter 20 00
Hardingcr, Hiram 12 09
| Jeffries Samuel 10 15
> Loar, Wesley 13 40
) Linderman, J . 840
' North, Henry 449
• Piper, John J, use 2d Nat Bank 80 37
' Rhuman, Martin 11 12
I Robinson, Levi 350
> Schaidt, John Q 153
• Scbeutzer, Conrad 100
j Twigg, John 600
Total $244 11
ROAD AND BRIDGE EXPENSES.
Adams, Alexander, examiner $ 300
Brant, L W, “ 3 00
; Combs, Hon JB, “ . 600
; Hein, Peter, “ and
materials 61 00
, Henderson, jr, George, examiner 500
Korns, Jesse, “ 15 60
, Keonlz, I >avid, “ 600
Lowndes, Lloyd “ 460 .
Long, DR, “ 300 i
Slaub, Peter, “ 000 1
Shaw, AB, “ 600 (
Vocke, John, “ 3 00
AVillard, JP, “ 450 ■
—— i
Total $126 60 ,
SHEEP KILLED BY DOGS. I
Boston, Adam $ 750 j
Little & Sous, ST 14 00 ■
Wildcrman, R M, use 2d National j
Bank 54 00 (
Young, Thomas, use B M Mill,.eon 40 00 |
Total 115 50 ]
SHERIFF’S FEES. J
Shock, J W, sheriff’s fees and
board for prisoners $10,604 25 ,
Qraffiin, Joseph, deputy sheriff
Baltimore city 750 ,
Total $10,611 75 ij
SPECIAL ROAD and BRIDGE LEVIES 1
Aldertou, P, fur park bouse road $ 20 00
Brant, W B,for his road in Dis
trict 14 15 00
Combs, John S, for bridge in Dis
trict 13 130 87 1
Dawson, EW, for middle road 15 00 (
Estimated cost of bridge at
Franklin mines 200 00
For drain at Lonaconing to ho ex
pended under direction of the p
board * 50 00 j
Klfer, U, special on Klfer road 10 00
Loar, G, Woodland church road 25 00
Loar, Howaid, repairing bridge 4
on road leading from Clarys- _ 1
ville to Lonaconing 85 58 C(
Lippold, W A and A Haller, ro- j
pairing Narrows bridge 9 03
McKenzie, G T, road to lower 0
lord in District 7 15 CO o
McElfish, Geo, balance Murley a fl
branch road 75 00 .
Same for Murley’s branch real 75 00
McElfish, U, lor Jamison bridge 16 00
I Meeae, Nelson,for Mountain road 09 0(1
Same for Mountain road from
Lonaconing to Westernport 125 00
Mason, Joseph E, for Rocky Hol
low road In District 13 50 OO
Miaeral County, W Va. repair
ing bridge between Western
port and Piedmont 81 50
Pipor, J J, lor repairing hrMgcs
in District 2, use 2d Nat Hank 40 00
1 iper, 1 J, lor Warrior Mountain
road 13 00
Porter, W W, for Trotter’s Run
road go qq
Rice, Thomas B, for his roed in
District 3 15 00
Roby, J W, for Siding Hill road 50 00
Smith, Charles, for his roads in
Districts 15 00
Smellz, Henry, sr, Spruce bridge,
National road, use 2d Nat B’k 190 70
Slider, Nathan, for his roads in
District 1 10 00
Spier, John, for road from Bor
dca Shaft to Blaen Avon 100 00
Shaw, Alexander, for change of
road in District 7 500 00
Twigg, John H, for Town Creek
road 26 00
Total _ $1,987 08
SUNDRY CHARITIES.
Butler, K H, coffins, etc $ 140 00
Campbell A Co, W P, drugs for
almshouse 76 94
Clark & Co, Jamas, sundries 59 85
Eichorn. August 20 00
Fulton & Co, John A, sundries
far alms; ouse S 27
Jarrett Bro’s, coffins 27 50
Jamesson, J 8, 6 00
Kight.Sllas 10 00
Lancy, H, drugs for almshouse 158 72
Montnvue Hospital, hoard, etc,
fer insane paupers to July 1,
1888 1,350 00
Mount Hope Retreat, Imard for
insane paupers to July 1, 1883 1,052 04
Maryland School for Deal aud
Dumb 8120
Young & Son, Charles, use Wm
Brace, coffins and graves 10125
Youug A Bon, Oharlea, use Lloyd
Lowndes, coffins nnd graves 45 00
Youag A Son, Charles, use Thos
W Shryer, coffins and craves 75 00
Young & Bon, Charles, use B A
Richmond, coffins and graves 109 50
Young & Son, Charles, balance 22 00
Total $3,287 93
TAXES PAID IN ERROR.
Brady, James T $ 85 00
Beall, Mehitabel C 5 05
Jandorf, Joaeph 2 85
McKaig, Thomas J, estate 26 08
Porter, Josiah 82 37
Price, George W 10 63
Relis, Henry 6 05
Smith, Nancy 31 04
Stanton, John S 2 10
Tola! _______ $15107
• WITNESSES.
Audersou, A $ 33 Kncriam, Peter 33
Albaugh, Jos 88 52 Lichtenstein, S 33
Bauer, Jno G 204 Lynch, Johu 37
Hellack, Bor’d 160 Lydinger, Nlch-
Bradley, W B 88 olas 108
Bell, John J 33 Laing, F 18 55
Barney, I’at’k 33 Martin, Garrett 00
Bevuus, Mary 33 McKenzie, Josh-
Bevans, Kush 33 ua 33
Brooke. J R 500 Miller, Norman 83
Bsird, John 33Mudorc, LO •33
Clark, Emma 33 McMillan, Wil-
Cook, Jennctt 33 11am G 60
Crow, Thornt 33 Morgan, Peter 60
Carey, Janies 38 Miller, H’y H 83
Coulchan, J&T 203 Mauley, John 33
Carder, J W 1 70 Miller, John 33
Creiilzburg, H 100 Durkin, Miles, 33
Carroll, Peter 33 ort, JohnG 33
Carroll, Jos 33 O’Ccnnell, Thos 33
Clark, Phil I OtkPeeblcs, Peter 33
Close, William 33 Petrie, Samuel 33
Close, John 33 Phillips, Griff 33
Connor, L B 33 Pape, Henry 33
Campbell, Pat 33 Ryan, Frank 33
Conner, John 33 Ryan, Daniel 33,
Damm, Geo 60 Relis, Henry 273
Daniels,Ann W 33 Rice, John N 105
Dodds, Wm 38 Richmond,B A 233
Dixon, James 33 Reese, Morgan 33
Davis, Thos II 172 Roberts, Martha
Dudley, John 83 use WM Price 15 00
Edwards, B R 152 Shaw&Bro.BlJ 99
Ewald, Wm 66 Sanders, CJ 83
Frailey, H’y 33 Stauh, Oco G 1 JJO
Fitzpatrick, B 33 Sloan, Jas M 33
Goldsmith, J 33 Sloan, George ;J3
Gill, Peter 33 Sloan, Martha 33
Gaiey, Martin 33 Stewart,Mary E “3
Gramlich & Son Boggle, John 33
F M 200 Stewart, Rus’l ”3
Gross, Moses 120 Sperry, Pul’er 33
Gravenstein, Sperry, Theop
Annie 33 kilns 33
Heffrou &Bran- Slmfler&Munn 83
non 3 33 Tuesdale, Jas 83
Hilleary, W F 66 Tamlinson, A 33
Ilambright.C E 66 Wilson, Simon 275
Uergot, Heu’y 33 Weller, Dr J M 06
HockibS, R 33 Wells, Benj 83
Hookina, Wm 33 Wiper, Isaac 33
Isit, Janette 33 Williams, D J 33
Jones, Amelia 83 Walker, James 33
Johnson, Chas 33 Womslov, Jno 83
Kolb, John 33 Wilson, J,jr 33
Kelso, Johu 170 74 Wilson, Win 33
K line, F M 83 While, Isaac 33
Kean, Thos F 366 While, Chas 33
Kelley, Peter 38 Wilson, Jss 1 00
Total $309 93
RECAPITULATION.
Almshouse $ 8,540 00
Attorneys’ fees 2,373 23
Corporations 8,500 00
Clerk’s office 8,547 80
Collectors’ commissions 5,055 81
Contingent fund 9,055 84
Constables 1,547 64
County Commissioners 2,990 00
Court house expenses 829 75
Court house aud jail fund 0,80) 00
Coroners’ juries 66 71
Election expenses 495 41
Scalps 485 70
Coroners’ inquests 277 55
Jail expenses 721 17
Jury and witness fujnd 8,000 00
Magistrates 1,834 55
Miscellaneous 8,573 87
New assessments 119 00
Orphans’ court 87
Outside pensioners 2,500 00
Public schools 35,600 00
Registration V2H 21
Removed cases 1,004 5o
Road levies 8,200 00
“ balances 344 11
“ aud bridge expenses 125 00
Sheep killed by dogs 115 50
Sheriff's tecs 10,611 15
Special road and bridge levies 1,987 08
Sundry charities 8,887 93
Taxes paid in error 151 67
Witnesses 309 98
Total $125/170 43
The State tax is fixed by the law lor
1883 at IHJt cents on each SIOO of assessa
ble property, which, added to the 67f cents
fur county and other purposes, makes the
sum of 86 cents ou each SIOO of assesiablo
property lu Allegany county for the year
1883.
By an Act of the General Assembly of
Maryland, passed at the January session,
1870, a discount of 6 percent, will be allow
ed on all taxes paid on or before the first
day ol September; of 4 per cent, on all paid
on or before the first day of October, and
of 3 per cent. 011 all paid on or before the
first day of November. No discount al
lowed after the latter date,
L. T. DeWITT,
je2a Clerk to County Comma a onei a.

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