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THE MINING JOURNAL.
J. B. ODER, Editor and Proprietor. Joseph Womslkt, Agent at EcUbart. Extra copies, - • - 5 cents, —for sale by \V. L. Annan, Froslburg. Offlce.XainSt.'Kltchinsßrog.Building TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy, one year. In advance (I St “ “ six months. •• IS Newspaper Lairs, 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered Wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their paper, the publisher may continue to send them until all arrears are paid. 3 If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the office to which they arc directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills and or dered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places with out n-/tifying the publisher, and the papers arc -rnt to the former direction, they are held responsible, 5. The courts have decided that refusing to take papers from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is pnma facie evidence of intentional fraud. 0. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it, whether he has or dered it or not, is held in law to be a sub scriber. 7. If subscribers pay in advance, tbet are hounu to give notice to tl e publisher, at the end of their lime, if they do not wish to continue Inking it; otherwise, the publisher is authorized to send it on, and the subscriber will be responsible, until at. express notice, with payment of arrears Is paid. Ernsthurg, Angus) 11, to :t. SPECIAL \OTiri:. The thirteenth volume of the JoURNAt, will begin with the issue of September 29tb We have already inaugurated a system looking to the establishment of cash- n advance payments for subscriptions, begin ning with that date. All subscriptions expiring before that date will bo dropped, whether paid or not, and will not bo renewed without the cash. All subscriptions paid beyond that date will of course be con tinned until expira tion, when they too, will be dropped until renewed by casli in advance. From tins rule there will he n 6 deviation A. I). A. M. Moj Quito, Esq , left for Crlslicld last week, which place ho has made his permanent residence.—St. Mi chaels Comet. Glad to hear it. But we met about a dozen of him in Baltimore one night since "last week." A gypsy family passed through town Wednesday afternoon, bound eastward. At Cumberland they will camp for a few days near the spring. They regarded our people with ill concealed wonderment. They can't understand bow wo can be contented to stay in one place over three days. A much greater surprise affected them when they saw Cumberland. Lost.—A little daughter of Mrs. Worthington MoCulloh wandered away from home last Saturday even ing, and, going to the depot, boarded the afternoon train to Piedmont. Arriving there it was found she be longed elsewhere, but kind friends took charge of her and on Monday she returned to Frostburg safe and sound. During Saturday evening her friends here were much exercised over her disappearance. About Flowers —Mrs. N S. F o t. wt.s lust weik lavoted with one of these tare fl nal treats —the openii ; of a Night-blooming Cerent. Before j it drooped the dower was . avered hum th ..talk and seaLd w; c-n I alcohol, wheie it retains its origu.a proportions and splendor. It is a beauty. Mrs. Hiram M .son sent, the Jour NAL this week a large and b.-aulrul collection of pansies. The diversity and arrangement oi rich tints display ed made the combination a vei\ ! pretty one. Thanks. Revival or a Skating Rink.— At a meeting of the Ficatnurg Roller- Skating Club Monday evening it was decided to re-open the Paul’s Opera House rink. The initial session will be held this (Satuiday) evening, to be followed by one session a week on the ! same evening. At the same meeting the following ] officers were elected for the current I term: President —J. M. Zlmmerly. Vice-President— John L. Porter. Secretary —John H. Enode. Treasurer— D. J. Bel*. Keecutice Committee —George B HcCul loh, George M. Pcrdew, Silas W. Duggan. Movements Among the Colored People. —The 23d anniversary of the first anti-slavery pole-raising in Maryland will be observed by tho colored people of the county at Seies’ Grove, near Cumberland, August 17th. Prof. R. T. Greener, of Washington, D. C., and Hon. H. W. Hoffman, of Cumberland, will deliver addresses. The event celebiated occurred in Pompey Smash in 1860. The young colored men of Frost burg will also hold a picnic August 22d on the Centennial grounds, Frost burg. The usual pleasing accompan iments are promised. Hon. H. W. Holtmau will deliver an address. Serious Accident. —Mr. J. Wes ley Porter, of this place, was badly hurt Monday evening about dark on the National Pike, near the old toll f gate, west of Sand Spring. He was returning home from a drive in Gar tett county, and on reaching the '' point named, bis horse shied suddenly at the spectacle presented on the roadside by the camp of the United States Geological Surveyors. The borne turned to a short-look, tipping the buggy-box considerably. Mr. Porter | drew him out into the road and im pulsively cot him with the whip. At ! this the horse started violently. The 1 seat gave way under the jerk, and with it Mr. Porter fell to the ground. It was soon discovered that he was dangerously injured. Intelligence be ing conveyed to town, a large party repaired to the scene and he was brought home. The surgical examin ation disclosed a broken rib and contu won of the attendant muscles. No other inDrnal injuries coubl be dis covered. Externally a friglrfiil look ing gash, passing through the lef' temple and severing a branch of the temporal artery, extended through the ear, cutting the auricle ia two. His right knee sustained also a pain ul abrasion Much appreuension Was felt by bis family i.nd ftiends during Monday night and Tuesday On Wednesday he was reported let ter, and Thursday as still improving, ah hough suffering great y. Ye°ter ay, howevei much tinea i* .-m wt (i- : hv iis family and friends i c tint uf unfavorable tym, toms. The attention bestowed upon Mr. Porter at the time of the accident by the corps of engineers, Col. Sumner H. Bodfish, chief, and Ihe families of Messrs. Henry R. and J H. Atkinson were very considerate and Mr. Por ter’s friends appn ciate their kindness very highly. Mr. Porter is one of our beat citizens and all will be glad to greet him on the streets again. Religious. The resignation of Rev. Wm. 0. Petty as pastor of the English Baptist Church has been ac cepted wi*h much regret. At a re cent meeting the following resolutions were unanimously adopted : Whereas, Our beloved pastor, Rev. Wm. 0. Petty, baa resigned the cure of our Church and tins signified his determin ation to remove Wist; therefore resolved— 1, That we accept Brolhci Petty’s resig nation witli sincere regret, and uio.-t heartily commend him and his estimable wife to the lull confidence of the people among whom they may he called to labor. 2, Tl at by prudent, earnest labor, lie has greatly strengthened our Church, both by increasing its members and by creating kindly feelings among the other churches of the to>vn. 8, That the Sunday School deeply re gret losing the services of Sister Petty, and that our warmest esteem and prayers will ever attend our brother and sister James Danoo, William Hart, James Williams, Committee. Mr. Petty will take charge of a church in Missouri, where be hopes to be more useful in his calling. He leaves Frostburg carrying the best wishes ot the entire community. H.s unpnsumiug walk and Christian bear ing will quickly win friends in any new field he may enter. Rev. Georg*- M. Zichanas, assistant to Rev. Dr. Ruhl, was ordained a minister ot the Reformed Church Tuesday evening. The ceremonial was el.it orate and imposing. Rev. S. R. B idenbaugh, of Sotneisot, Pa., pr.ached ihe sermon. He was th ] eliai. taut* *-f the committee appointed iby the O hs. fot t.e purpose, the f" low it >' In iiig vlie remaining mem hers: Rev , J M Sch.ok.ol Meyers dale, Pa , and R-v Dr. J R ul, of i is place Rev’s H "'m King, oi Sumer- et, Pa ;0U If i nun, ol Sil 1- HI V, P i., ill ) F R SrhiVX.-il.-s, ol Ciimb-'i .am., wore l preee.it <,d . .Tllcipaled ! the eH ... j Mine Accidents- ’v F - D *nn IS R:1 i, wotkinc '. the 0 ■ -I: mine of the Consohd.no. c in; y, r-ustained painful though not dangei ous injuries Tuesday by n fail ol coal. An uglv scalp wound and a badly hurt back will lay him up for several weeks. 1 At Barton Tuesday Thomas Shaw, j a miner, was killed by the premature ! explosion ot a blast in Swanton (small vein) mine. He was a highly respeot led citizen. A wife and nine children j survive him. ! Henry Eisel, son of Jacob Eisel,, | about ten years old received injuries j on the Borden mine tram-road Thms day afternoon which terminated in his death yesterday morning. He was driving a mule attached to sev eral empty mine care, and it is sup posed the brute kicked him and, fall ing on the track, all the cars passed over him. Nearly a Serious Affair.— - Benjamin M. Thomas struck James E. Evans upon the head with a sledge in Ocean mine Monday. The two are cousins and family troubles are supposed to be tho cause. Thomas has left. Mr. Evans will recover. According to a local correspond ent wo surmise that a near and dear , member of the great Frostburg family i has "kicked ze buck-et.” An attentive reading of our corree* r pondence to-day will pay. Old things ] and old times are detailed in instruc • tive and amusing terms. 9 There are 27 visitors at Mr. Richard Beall’s residence and about 50 9 altogether in town. Wanted—more ' first-class accommodations. Next week statements of subscrip ; tion dues will be sent to all in arrears ( for past and current years. After that the statement business will be a thing of the past. Death.—Ashford Trail, a well i known citizen of Allegany county, I died at his farm, near Orleans Monday . aged 61, He was a prominent repub i lican, and served six years as county commissioner. Coal by Canal.—Shipments by 1 canal for the year up to and includ ing Thursday aggregate 3,182 boats, carrying 362,12'>. 12 lons, and since 1 our last report 203 boats have left Cumberland with 22,575 17 tons as follows : Boats. Tons. Friday, Aug. 3 ... 23 3,525.11 Saturd. y, “ 4.... 44 4,727 07 Mot day, “ 43 4,720.15 Tuesday, “ 7.... 34 3 845 00 Wednesday, " 8.... 29 8,37013 Thursday, " ■ 81 8,483.08 1 How many know tli.it a liorsc gets up liefoie and a cow gets up behind, and the cow cate grass from her and the horse cals In him P How many know iliat a lull (■ r subscript.**n to a newspaper never gels ■ y 1.-wcr until If i-. paid -,i 1 *1 t.tin hnger It runs the higher it ge’e ? —ljiLtiy ; V . i C'U.-ier A-cording to out eotiir week > fore last—in answer to the last ques tion—about three in ten. Mr B. F Asper, Ihe invt ntor of the new coal-mining machine, calls the Cumberland Hews to account for stating that his machine ‘would not ■ outer dig coal in ihe Cumberland mines." The Hews responds by slating that its publication was “based on information obtained from one of the leading practical miners of this region, who had been invited to inspect the machine, but declined to do so after having been told by the superintendent of one of cur coal companies (also a practical miner) , that he had inspected the machine and found that it would not work in our region’s veins." Without in quiring where the "Cumberland mines" are, we imagine that the Hews is everlastingly correct. Political,—The democratic prim aries were held Thursday eveaing, In Frostburg (No. 11) the mealing was organized by Albert Holle, com mitteeman, who appointed Messrs. ! John C. Weis and Joseph KnoJe judges, and John A. Smith and J. B. Oder, clerks. Two tickets were in the field-“ Democratic" and "People’s" —tho former winning. Ninety-four votes were oast as follows : Jo! n Wambarh* 89 Dr A. B. Price 65 Andrew Carney 66 Charles T. Barnard 65 .1. B t’arson 64 Pa trick Cosgrove 81 John Cb tubers 29 , James McCnugl an 28 John B MoCulloh 28 *On both tickets. The five gentlemtn first named weie deck ed elected. In No. 12 Messrs. John Flanagan, John D nahue, Geoige H. Arnold. I John H. Footen and Michael Duff y | were ele-ied. In the county Ihe anti-Hamilton ians claim ten of the fiiteen d.edicts I Personal.—Mr Joseph B. Thomas’ ' halt brother of Mr. J N. Benson, ot fbi pi.ice, sin IMiG. A. Cooper, ol VV si . m, D : ire stopping for a few chi Mr, Bi is m. ■ son, o b in, i s a of Mr. Given H;t • tus. Ida .id )■ u*. St.at, of Ba I tint ora, *. re tier gneatf: Ml. Win, R l .i -. • i th!: place Mr. Joseph Frost *nd wife, ol i Rawl rigs, and Miss Lhi King, ot i Toledo, 0 io, spent seveial days this week with Mr. N, S. Frost of tide place. , Mr. A. J. Colborn, member of the Pennsylvania House of R tpres-jiita , live - from Somerset, delivered a strong speech in that body last week in op osition to the "Stewart Apportionment ( bill.” , Mrs. J. T. Engleby, of Roanoke, , Va , is at borne. , We are glad to note the return of j Mr. Clayton Purnell from a sojourn . on the Eastern Shore. The Cumberland Times says "Mr. . Meshack Frost will take upbisresi | deuce in Washington city." "Oapt. Oliver Boley, of the Borden line," says the Cumberland Hews, "will tread the deck of a new boat, named after the‘better-half of Sup erintendent Armstrong, of the Borden 5 company. She was launched last 9 Saturday, with the usual accompani -9 ments." George Heintz has opened his store ■ in Stern’s building. r Prof. Sohrantz, of St. Charles Col r lege, is stopping with Rev. V. F. Schmitt. > A Pleasant Letter.—An Ocean i Mines subscriber writes under date of August 6th: Enclosed please find |l.so—one year's subscription in advance to the Journal. Also a cutting from an old paper which nil! Just answer your notice to subset ib era in lest week's paper, particularly the last verse. lam respectfully, Under the heading of "Don't Stop My Paper.” the “cutting ' referred to reads as follows : Don’t stop my paper, printer, Don't strike my name off yet j I've many things to purchase ; Dollars nre hard to get; But tug a little harder Is what I mean to do, And scrape the dimes together— Enough for me und you. I can’t afford to drop it, I find it desn’t pay To do without a paper, However ethers may. I hale to ask mv neighbors To give me theirs on loan ; They don't just say,—but mean it, — Why don’t you have your own 1 You can't tell how we miss it, If it, by any late, Should happen not to reach us, Ur come a little .sic ; Then all is in a hubbub, And tilings go all awry, Ami. printei, if you're married, You know the res. on why. The children waul (heir stories, And wife Is anxious, t io, At first to glance it over. Ai d then to read it through; And I to read the leaders And con the book reviews, And rcn.i the correspondence, And every scrap of news. I cannot do without it, it is no use to try; The other people take it, And, pi inter, so must I. I. too, must keep me posted, And know what’s going en. Or feel and be accounted A fogy a mpieton. Then take it kindly, printer, If pay be somewhat slow, For cash is not so plenty, And wants not few, you know ; But I must hare my paper, Cost what it may to me ; I’d rather dock my sugar, And do without my tea. 80, printer, don’t you (top It, Unless you want ray frown, For here’s the year’s subscription, And credit it right down. And send the paper promptly, And regularly en ; And let it brin ; us weekly Its welcome benison. Georges Creek Goal— Weekly Statistics of Shipments. —The record of shipments from (he mines of the Georges Greek Coal region for the week ending Saturday, August 4‘,h, 1883, closed as follows : Toial tons for week 03,323 “ “ “ year 1,379,680 Increase over corresponding pe riod last year 790,143 Total tons to B. & O K. for week 34,913 “ “ “ “ “ year 779 092 Increase over corresponding pe riod last year 277,345 Total tons to C.&i t.canal for week 20,588 “ “ 11 “ “ year 338,753 Increase over corresponding pe riod last year 317,218 Total tons to Pa. U. for week.... 7,822 “ “ “ “ “ year. ... 201,840 Increase over corresponding pe riod last year 180,908 Total tons shipped over C. & P. Ti. for ' eik 41,572 Over same for year OUi',4BB Total tons shipped over G. C. & C. R fur week 13,130 Over same for year 293,002 Heaviest, slii; pers last week — 1, Consolidation..(tons) 13,779 2, W. Va. Central. “ 8,505 3, American “ 6,0'5 4, fleoigis Creek.. “ 5,406 6, Hump & Ballo. “ 5,170 0, Maryland “ 4 890 7, New Central... “ 4,340 None of the others slopping over 4,000 tons. Heaviest shippers this year— 1, Consolidation.. .(Ions) 235,125 2, VV. V ■ Contra'. “ 175,000 it, Georges Creek.. “ 143,382 ,M.".y and “ 130,704 , New Central... “ 122,709 ,1, A uteri an “ 114,177 1, lump. & Ballo. “ 113,400 8, Bolden “ 79,280 9, Maryland Union “ 75,193 10, Potomac “ 67,440 None of the others shipping over 50,000 tons EsKHart Items. Married— At the parsenage of the M. E. Church Mo.-.day, August 6, by Rov. R Kolb, Mr. James Baxter and Miss Sarah Housier, both of ibis vicinity. They left Tuesday morning for Hcutz dale, Pa , where they will make their future home. On Wednesday while Lewis Rase was sharpening his scythe, by some accident it slipped and cut a severe gash in his left side. The wound though painful is not serious. Mrs. S. Arnold is reported as ly ing quite ill at her residence in Cum berland. She lately removed from this place. George Weiglo has returned from the west. Nearly full time at Hoffman mine. The work here has improved greatly also. School Notes.—Mr. F. A. Maurey 1 has completed the Bowary school en closure. Many teachers are on the ragged . edge concerning their future for next year. A periodical complaint hts come around. The hydrants have stopped running. The people are grumbling and the water company is unhappy. With the amount of rain we have had this year this collapse of our water supply is a serious matter. The Lonaconing Review endorres our oasb-in-advanoe step. We hope to chronicle the fact ere long that the Review and all our neighbors have placed themselves upon the same plane of action. In unity tbeie is strength ; more than that—pleasure and profit. The Progress of Production.— A break in the canal near Oldtown Tuesday morning occasioned a brief suspension of navigation. At Hoffman and Eckhart a heaitht increase of tonnage is reported. B Avon continues average full tim-. Borden and Shaft about, half. Baseball.—The game beiwee' the “Dudes" and “Dudetts” come oil Monday evening as proposed. A large crowd witnessed the game and many amusing incidents occurred The ‘Dudes” won by the popi lar score of 13 to 11. The same nines j layed another game yes terday afternoon, by which time it was hoped tne "Dudetls" would add something to their fighting weight. The next gams between the Bord-<n Shaft ar.d the Lonaconing clubs ap pears to hang fire. The Shaft boys desire to play at Yale Summit, the Lonaconing at Cumberland. LOCAL CORRESPONDENCE. Obituary Extraordinary, To the Mining Journal: Died—At Frostburg, Wednesday, August Bth, of consumption and com plete exhaustion, Mbs Hydranty, in fant daughter and niece of two esti mable citizens of Allegany county. Deceased's illness was short and severe The interment will take place Satur day at 5 o'clock, p. m., near the old teservoir. The mourners are request ed to bring a bucket of water, soap aud towel. The Deeply Affi/cted Family. New Business Locals. Tub Indies of St. John’s Church propose having a Fruit Supper Situiilny night, August 18th. Sandwiches, coffee, cake, ice cream, confectioneries and iruit will be supplied. The Y. M. C. Association, having tem porarily sub 'ended its work, the Library has been removed to Mr. A. A. Rogers’ Photographic Gallery, where all persons having hooks belonging thereto shou.d re turn them ci rly as possible. The Library will be open every Saturday evening lor accommodation of parties wno desire to obtain the loan of i oaks. Business Locals. Tun faulty of Barney McKee Cannot drink second-rate tea; To the store they send To buy ‘ London Blend," Aud bless the inventive "Chinee.” A Splendid Opportunity When you want to purchase a good Itnggy or a . pring It agon (. noth I wi:l not break ilnwn,) cud on N. M. I)kn, the cheapest Hardware man in the comity. New Ad-crllsenient-. Notice to Companionn OF THE American Legion of Honor I*HE memiicrs oi Fraternity Cttneil. No 059, A L. of H., are requested to attend the next regular meeting on Friday Evening, August 17th, 1883, AT 8 O’CLOCK P. M. The presence of the officer., of lie Grand Council ■ f Maryland makes the meeting ua important one, ml a full at- Uu-iauce is especially centred. J. M. Z.MJIERLY, Aug 11-lt Secretary. ADMIN IS Tit. I TOH'S NOTICE Imis IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That the siP'scritier lias ohtaiue I Irom the Or phans' Court of Allegany County, Mary land, letters testamentary on the estate ol WORTH INGTON McCULLOH, deceased. All petsons hiving cairns against the deceased me wanted to exlnh it the same, with the vaucheis thereof du y authenticated, to the subscriber — On oh Before February 12th, 1884 Ttiey may otherwise ivy law be excluded Irani all benefit of the Said estate. A.l pci sons knowing themselves indebted to said estate are requested to make imme diate piy incut. Given underlay hand this 3d day ol August, 1883. THOMAS a McCULLOH, Aug 11 4t Administrator. Xiseelluueei t Advertisenici-tu. W. S. BURTON, ARTISTIC PAINTER, LS IVniSTIiiK-, Stainer, Drainer, Paper-Hanger and GLAZIER, HAVING just erected a new shop on Water street, in Frostburg, is beliet prepared than ever to execute all descrip tions of work in Ids line. PAINTING, GRAINING, STAINING, KALSOMIN ING, PAPER-HANGING aud GLAZING done in first-class style at satisfactory prices. Hf Orders solicited. [March 24 THE BEST Is Always the Cheapest! Dr. Buhl’s Cough Cure Restores to perfect health all persona afflicted with Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption and Disea-es of Throat and Lungs For sale at Thomas McNeill’s drug store, Frostburg,Md. Price 25 cents per bottle, or 5 bottles for sl. HT Reports trom persons afflicted with Kidney Diseases, who have used the Cougli Cure lor the ailments named above, are very lavorab e, the medicine relieving many cases of suffering from irregularities of the Urinary Organs. [April 14 Miscellaneous Advertisements. J. SEMMEs'DeVECMO.V, Attorney-at-Law, .Tan —v CUMBERLAND. MD. 33. X. ~ Ladies and Oenti&mrn’s Merchant Tailor, MAIN BT.,FROSTBURG, MD. MAKER of all kinds of LADIES’ Jnekels, Dolihiuim. Hlh lorH and Wrappers. GENTLE MEN’S Nulls in the Newest Styles. (3?* Samples of Foreign and Domestic Goods of Excellent Quality and Low Pri ces always on I and. Alterations and Re pairs Neatly Done. [Feb 3—y 1840 1889 (Junanl Steamship Co., LIMITED, Between new dirk and LIV ERPOOL.caIIing at Queenstown enrli way. Pioposed sailings from Piei 40. North River, New York : Scythia Wednesday .Tilly 85 Gallia “ Aug I Bothnia “ “ 8 Annin la “ “ 15 Servia “ “ 2’ Scythia “ “SI) Gallia •• .. “ Sept 6 Chhin passage,Bßo and 8100 cold Steerage pass ge from New York Liverpool, Queenstown, Glasgow, Bel last. Londonderry, Cardiff, or Bristol, 828; to Diihlin, 8211; to London. 831 ’ to ILiVtcnnd Pans, Hamburg, Antweip,Hot • erdam, Bt omen, C’t>penI i<;ct , A Ulster date or Mattheiin, 832. To New York fio Live-pool, Queeuatowe, Glasgow, Belia l r Londonderry, 421; from London, Car diff. or Bristol, 821; from Havre, I’m i- Humlmrg, An'werp, Rotterdam, Bremen or Amsterdam, 827 : from Gothenburg, oi Copenhagen,.S2S, Fur further particulate or tickets applv to or addiess ‘ lIIOS. G. PORTER, July 21 Froslhiug, Md -A.3L.10A.35r 3L.X35T73 STEAM BETWEEN BALTIMORE AND LIVERPOOL CALLING AT HALIFAX aMI (JUEEXSTOWX EACH WAY. I ’UK splendid Screw Steamers of tin above Line will run as follows; Tout. From Baltimore Nova Scotian.. .8300... Tuesday, Aug 1 Hihciuiau 3449..,. “ “ 21 Caspian 3200 . . “ Sept 4 Nova Scotian.. .8300.,. “ “ 18 Hibernian 3440.... “ Oct 2 Caspian 3200 ~ “ “ 1(1 And thereafter every fortnight. All steameisare appointed to leave Bn timore at 9 a. in,, on their advertise, dates. Steerage Passage to or Irom Liverpool. LonJondciry, Glasgow, Queen town. Bel fast, Bristol, Cardiff, Ac , at Lowest Rates Very best accommodations lor Stecrag. and Intermediate Passemn is. Ax expel iuiccd surgeon isaltaehed to each vesse intermediate and Steerage Sic ardesses carried by each steamer for the purpose ol attending to the wauls ot the females ami children. For further particulars or passage ticket to and from Great Biilaiu, apply to A SCHUMACHER A CO., Baltimore; oi in Frost burg to J. JANDORF, July 28-y Main Street. TELEPHONE Exchange Company. 'I-HE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE I COMPANY herewith present a cot reeled list of subscribers to the Exchanst system; A aii.s Express Lear, D II AI eu, W T Lowndes, Lloyd, jr Ameiican Cent Co Lynn. David Ballzell A Bouse Lonacouing Kxcli’g Beall, RAACo J. .uncoiling Review Beall, Mrs Win R,res Miller, D P B ami O Express Miller, J J B and Ot re ght Milnuan, F X -.AO Disp.uehoi’s Maryland Coil Co i tttcu Mil ho land Jas A Buyd A Hunter Miirean, E B.ace, Dr C H MeKaigV Foundry Brace A Richmond Al( King’s Law ofth B ally’s Mills Moigaii, T P B.uee, Dr I J,:es Magrnder, Dr 0 W Bruce, W-Hev. officeMorgiui, John But.. dler, J N M News, dice Blaul, F A New Central Coal Ci B allaii, John A, res Noon, ” Beall, 15 mall ACo New Central Coal C (F osib .rg) Lona. on ng Beall, F C, FrostimrgOrriik, J C A Son Brai.i, L W ' Ohr, Dr CII Borden Mines Orrkk, J C, res Borden Shalt Owens, J P HI cher, 11 W Puin’ii U K in Md Campbell, W P A C’oPosl lliee C.l> Hall Pompey Smash (pv.l> Clark, W 15 lie ftnliou) CookV Xi.il! PayneA Co, Frost r, Com t House Peacock A Co C’ouk l.aii B’os Rawlings Slaliou Consolidation Coal Read, W J Co office Ridgtley, C has Consolidation Coal Kohrer, L I), office Co wharf Roltrer, L I), mill CA O Canid office Rawlings, 0 M Cmnlerland Mill Co Roundnoitse GC&< Cunibe’uiinCenicntC'oßyan, -I, Louiiconiii; Craigen, Dr W J, re.-Ryan, 1) Craigcn, John S Ryan A Bro, Pekin C A P It It, Froslb’gMimlers, John W Cumberla’d Gl.ss CoSamlcr, J VV, res Dixon, John T Seay, (’ A Daughtrey,!’ 11 A CoSecond Nat Bank E, e, E D Shriver, E T, tes Earsoni, James Shiiver, Arthur, res Fisher, John, res Sinclair, M Feidt, W II Self, rs A Holzeu Ftouhiser&Co Smith. P J Fa rell, Mrs M Sloan A Sloan, Oc.cui Flurshotz 11 U F St Nicuolns Hotel Fluty A Son Sotm rville J. B ol u Frost burg Exchange St Thomas Hospital Fu.tou, JAA Co Sebmiit, Rev V F G i don A S. n Pr 'Slburg i ram ich, FM Sloan A Co. Lonaco’y Gas office Schweitzer, .1 no,res Gat Works Tearuey, M Gaskell A Evcrstiue Times Office Hast, John T Thruslon, Mrs 0 A Healey, Dr ThosM Ttlghniau, F L llein A Co T ylor, T B, ros Hein, P, res W U Telegraphoffle* Henderson, Of o, jr Warren Glass Works HeudersoL,Oco,olUceWaler works llumhtrdACo Whiteman, L P Hall’s, (public office) Welsh, r. IT Hermann, J Q Weld A Sheridan Hotel Elheron Wills Creek Tannery Hitchms Bros, Frost-Wiesel, J P burg WeiseL J P, res Hudra,E,Public offlcoWidinet . J 15, res Uadra, E, res Weber, Henry Hughes, Chits, ros Weber, ll,farm Johnson,R D, res Whitworth Bros, Joy, Jos R Westernport Long, Mrs T Wilson, Lewis Lanuwebr, Geo D Young, Chas A Sou Lavm A Co Zacharias, J F TERMS. Special line within half mile ot Ex change, $4.17 per month. Special rates, on application, for long lines. Messages to Lomtcomug, Cumberland, Froslhurg, Piedmont, Barton, Ocean, Pe kin, Pompey Smash and to all points in the county, 15 cents. Message and answer,2s cents. JOHN A. BLATTAU. Superintendent. Edwin D. Eve, Manager. Miscellaneous Advertisement*. Salesmen Wanted ro SELL NURSERY STOCK. Full I Hue of New and Valuable Specialties. Permanent employment and good salary to successful agents. Ad dr css, giving ago and references, JAS. M. EDWARDS. Jy 14 Nurseryman, Rod ester, N. T. SIMS~HOUSE,~ I)I£DMONT (Baltimoreand Ohlorali I oad,) Wesrt Virginia, Nov 7 J P A KNTI.BR .Prop’r DR. C. C. JACOBS, PRACTITIONEH OF MEDICINE AM) Sl lIGERY OFFICE in Dr. Ge zondanner’s late office, Broadway, Froslhurg, Md. Oct 22-v William Brack. Brnj A Richmond Brace & Richmond. AITORAEYb A7 LA W. OfflceNo.4 Wusliingtoi street, OUMBEKLAND.MD. V\ T ILL he in Froalburg regularly every Tlmrsdav Junei.O- O J. LI.ACKISTON. .IAS. K KLLK'OI D BLACKIST n N & ELL^GOOL, zlttorneys-at-La'w, 2 Washington St.. Cumberland. Md. Apr 9-y FOR SALE. I DESIRABLE GROCEft / STORE. L’LNELY LOCATED. Apply at I Mar2’ JOURNAL OFFICE. Hid Follows Opera House JOHN RaVENSCRAFT, Proprietor. I ''HIS well known and popular hall is open for engagements to all responsible part es, 10e.,1 or orclgn. Being Ihe largest mil in Froslhurg, and convenient y loca ed, it affords the best facilities lor provid ing troupes, lectures, fairs, festivals, etc., •villi Hie amplest scope to secure the fiill •st patronage. It is well heated, lighted •ml ventilated, so that solid comlorl is ivailable in any season. For terma apply o or address Hie proprietor. [June 80 CASH iMeat Shop ON BROADWAY. [WOULD res- cctfully inform the peo pie of Frosi burg and vicinity that 1 have IteHiiiued the Fresh Nem lluaincaa U the ol 1 and popular stand on Broadway. All are invited to come and examine my sloes. Terms, - - POSITIVELY CASH. June 2 W. H. BEPLER. REMOVAL. THE Millinery store OF MRS. ELIZA GROSS HAS BEEN REMOVED to the store room lately oettip ed by C. Hartman s a bout and shoe store. Wtin increased fa cilities fur waitiug upon Hie public, Mrs. Gross hopes to enjoy many oppoitumtiet if providing old and now iriends with goods iu her line. [Apr 7 Carrollton Hotel, SALTO., Light AND GERMAN SIS., liuiiiuioce, .Ud. !ATES $4, $5 AND $2 59 PER D. Y Accural,.g to Location of Rooms. , XTRA Chiuges lor PaCois, Bmh and > > D-uhic Rooms, according to size. I'l'H most c -afoment and late,S', built loti iu the city. I.levator tuns cm,tin lunsly to till louts. All lines of uty passenger cars pus., its •ms. Electric Light tued. P. W. COLEMAN, April I I—y Manager Have Little TO SAY, HIT WIIEX YOU WISH TO PURCHASE EITHER A M O > U M ENT, I'ouilMtoue, ('upiue. Vron Fence, lUantel, Orate, or Terra Coita Pipe, WE WILL INSURE YOU THE yy VERY BEST IX THE MARKET FOR THE LEAST POSSIBLE PRICE. -A., ii. A.3VUGKI, Dec 24 Cumberland, Md. 6 Per Cent. DIVIDEND Declared for 1882. THE Savings and Loan Association OF FHOSTIWRO, MD., An Institution Organized under the Lawa of Maryland. OFFERS SPECIAL ADVANTAGES to all who desire by small deposits to invest llitir savings in real estate and other ihsolutely safe securities. To borrowers it extends the full par value of its shares at the legal late of 6 per cent., repayable by weekly instalments. All profits divided pro tutu to depositors —to borrowers as to those for whom tbo Association dues not iu advance redeem shares. By an Act ol the last General As sembly special powers were granted this Association enjoyed by no similar institu tion iu the couuty. Eutiy fee per share 50 cents Weekly dues per share..., 25 “ “ interest per share 15 “ Par value of shares $139 Apply to Secretary at Journal office for lurtlier inl'urmatiou. B. STERN, President. J. UUHL, Vice-President. J. 15. ODER, Sect clary. JAMES KANE, Treasurer. WILLIAM BRACE, Attorney. D. Aumstho.no,John N. Bknson.Owkn Hi'i'cnins, JosKi'ii Timubnb, Directum. Jan U