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THE MINING JOURNAL.
J. B. ODER, Editor and Proprietor. Joseph Womslkv, Agent at Eckhart. Extra copies, - • - 5 cents, —for sale by W. L. Annan, Frostburg. Office, MaluSt.,ltlfcliiiißltros. Building TERMS OP SUUBCKIPTION : One Copy, one year, In advance ft SI) " 11 six mouths, ** 75 Xeirs]>aper Latvs. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, arc considered ■wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their paper, the publisher may continue to tend them until all arrears are paid. 3 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 eubscribers move 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 prxma facie evidence of intentional fraud. (i. 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, they arc bouua to give notice to ti c publisher, at the end of their time, if they do not wish to continue taking it; otherwise, the publisher is authorized to send it on, and the subscriber will lie responsible, until an express notice, with payment of arrears is paid. FroMtlmrg, August 35, I ss:t. SPECIAL NOTICE. The thirteenth volume of the Journal will begin with the issue of September 29th We have already inaugurated a system looking to the establishment of cash-n --advance payments for subscriptions, begin ning with that date. All subset iptions expiring before that date will be dropped,whether paid or not, and will not be renewed without the cash. All subscriptions paid beyond that date rill of course be continued until expira tion, when they too, will be dropped until renewed by cash in advance. From tins rule there will be no deviation Some original matter crowd ed out All that is published will appear next week. “What's to Hinder" every one going to hear 001. Copeland Tuesday evening next? The tickets are with in everybody's reach ; the Lecture will be worth a good deal above money value ; the hall is largo enough to hold an immense audience, so "What’s to Hinder? Coal by Canal.—Shipments by canal for the year up to and includ ing Thursday aggregate 3,572 boats, carrying 403,180 04 tons, and since our last report 191 boats have left Cumberland with 21,103.19 tons, as follows: Soots. Tons. Friday, Aug. 17 ... 30 3,258.13 Saturdt y, “ 18..., SB 3,956.15 Monday, “ 20 41 4,540.12 Tuesday, “- 21.... 26 2,807.12 Wednesday, “ 22.... 31 3,482.14 Thursday, “ 23.... 27 2,964.12 Installation.—At a meeting cf Mountain Spring Lodge, No. 12, I O G. T., held Monday evening, tne fol lowing ladies and gentlemen were in stalled as officers for the ensuing term by Joseph Morris, Lodge Deputy : IF. C. T. —Joseph Bear. IF. F. T. —Mrs. A. K. Zimmerly. Secretary —John A. Smith. Finance Secretary— B. T. Jewell. Treasurer—3. M Zimmerly. Marshal —Charles H llamili. Chaplain —James McLitckie. Quant —Mus Jane Phillips. Sent net —James Moiris. li. 11. B. —Mu-s Julia Burton. X. U. S. —Miss Bessie Stevens. A. B. —James E. Crump. D. M. —Mbs Aggie Davis. The Band Contest That Did Not Come Off.—lhe Red Men oi Cumberland held a picnic Monday at Seiss’ Grove. The main attraction of the affair was a proposed musical con test lor SSO. For this the “Arion," of Frostburg; “Queen City," of Cura berlat d; and “Lonaconi ng,” of Lona coning, entered. After three hours' jowering over the selection of judges the contest was declared off. Twenty five dollars was awarded to each—a liberal and amicable settlement of the dispute. From what we hear of the course pursued by the "Arions" w judge they had not forgotten the is sue of their last contest at Cumber land. The Coming of Sells Brothers' Big Shows.—The correct manner in which the Sella Brothers have kept faith with the public has made their shows pre-eminent over all other traveling exhibitions. It is a fact, and woithy of note, that this show | never promises more th in it performs, ’ and, moreover, it is in every depart ment up to the highest pitch of ex pectation, Thote is a long list of! distinguished arenio performers, and i t e b gge-l show of wild animals and j amphibian monsters ever collected. Amongst the latter there are two im- \ monse hippopotami, and a school of j sea lions, tigers, etc. It will exihibt j in Piedmont on Satutday, September t a. 1 Death op Me. J. Weslet Porter. —The conclusion of our re port lust week of Mr. Porter's condition dis closed unfavorable symptoms, and there was no material variation there from during Saturday. His pulse and respiration continned high, but be yond considerable restlessnsss he ap peared to suffer but little. About 12 o'clock, noon, Sunday, before the fam ily could assemble, he suddenly ex pired. An autopsy was made by the attending physioans, in which it was found that the immediate cause of death was the stoppage of thepulmo rary artery by heart-clot, this, of course, being superinduced by (he in juries received in the fall from the buggy. The funeral took place Tuesday at the English Lutheran church. In the absence of a pastor for this church Rev. J. P. Wright of the M.E. church conducted the services. A large con course of friends attended both the services and the interment in Allega ny cemetery. Mr. Porter possessed a pleasant and equable temperament. Quiet and unobtrusive, he was wi'hal an active, honorable, and subatantial citizen. Shortly before, or daring the esrly stages of the war, he was a democratic nominee for the House of Delegates, but was defeated, He was a member of tbe American Legion of Honor, a large body of whom attested their fra ternal regard during his illness and at the funeial. The English Lutlur an church, of wh'ch he was a promi nent communicant, recognized him as one of its best members. These, with the publio at large, consider that in his death the community has lost a valuable citizen. In the narrower circle of immediate friends and fami ly his like will not be known again. Mr. Porter was a native of this county ; was 60 years, 3 months and 26 days old, and leaves a wife and sever al grown children. School Affairs.—At a meeting of the School Board last Saturday Messrs. Sonneborn and Burwell, com missioners, and secretary Cochrane, present, the last named submitted his report of the last examination of ap plicants for teachers, those passing as follows; First Grade— Class B, Denis Boyle. Second Grade— Class A, Annie Kohl, Wm. P. Sullivan, Mary E. McMicliacl, J. D. Mountz, Janet S. Maxwell, John A. Smith, Ella Scott, Hannah P. Boor, Lily Burton, Wm. E. Graves. Classß, Ella Murphy, Clara E. Smith, Margaret Hughes, Annie Phillips, W. Tcwell, James S. Widmeyer, Ella Barry, Winnie C. Frost, Kate Lavellc, Kale Mc- Mullen, Maggie J Walsh, Mary E. Carr, Mary A. McCabe. Miss Janet Maxwell was appointed first assistant at Detmold, vice Miss Agnes Gammon, resign U, and Mies Ella Riordan second assistant, vice Miss Maxwell, promoted. The new edition of Appleton’s geo graphy was adopted for the use of schools in place of the old, and the secretary instructed to provide for the change. Appointments by district trustees wee . pproved as lollows : Twigytown —Charles G. Boor. Co-rig insville— A. King Wilson. Ocean— John B. Lee. D-iyton Herbert Slotler. Fickell— George Freeman. C'rtsaptown—Lucv Taefel. Midland—'Vl. B. Stevens. Upper Green Ridge— Lizzie Diffenbaugh. Irons' Mountain— Hannah P. Boot. Rietchercille - Belle L. Long. Maryland Avrnue— Bridget A. Noon. Fair Grounds— Annie M. Beall. liawiings— May Sibley. Flintstvne— G. W. Oiffen. Maltingley’i—H. F. Krtigbnum. Prod— A. C. McKinley. The teachers' institute will be held in Cumberland next Thursday and Friday. Prof. Newell will conduct it, and all the teachers are requited to attend. Next Tuesday even ng will i roba bly be the last opportunity our pao pie will enjoy to hear Col. Copeland. The demand upon Dim is so great that it will be a long time, if ever, before be cgn come again. Read what tbe late Wm. Cullen Bryant said of him in J 875: I have no hesitation in saying that ex tensive travel, a liberal education and fine sense of humor, combined with a natural gift of oratory, render Mr Cope land, as a lecturer, the peer ot any Amer (can platform speaker of my acquaintance. The picnic of colored people Wed nesday brought a great number to town. The address by Hon. H. W. Hoffman was the crowning feature of the day. A large audience, including many white people, was present. The colored folks speak of it as a day of I unalloyed pleasure. I Postmaster Walker has received all the paraphernalia of the new 1 postal note system, except the blank 1 notes themselves. These will be on j hand in time, however, for common ! cing issue with Sept. 3d. ■ MARRIED-At the Reformed Churob | parsonage, by Rev, Dr. Ruhl, Thurs i day, 23d last., Mr. Henry Brod, of I Frostburg, and Mias Catharine j Gearey, of Corrigausville. R oistration begins Sept. 4. \ Let all interested tike notice. DiED.-Wednesday, 23d imt., Mary, infant daughter of Mr. James McAllis ter, of this vicinity. Work on the new front of Mr. Stern’s building occupied by F. O. Beill's hardware store was commenc ed Tuesday. Large Plums.—Seven plums, weighing exactly one pound, from the garden of Mr, John Saurbaugb, have been placed on our table. Four are "Washington” and three "egg.” They are good in quality as in size. Who can heat them ? Those who have heard 001. Cope land's efforts unhesitatingly pronounce the Lecture upon the inquiry— " What's to Hinder?"—as his best. This is saying a good deal after those we have beard. However, there will be n opportunity to verify the statement at Odd Fellows Opera House next Tuesday evening. Bet ter get your tickets at once. “A Maryland Mining Town— Qood Air, O’od Water ai d Only One Policeman." —Under the above head ing Mr. J. B. Thomas, half brother of Mr. J. N Benson, of this place, wrote to one of bis ome papers, the Wash ington Star, as follows : Fro-tburo, Md., August 10,1883. I am up here among tbe mountains en joying tlie pure fresh air, ami would like to let the people of Washington know, through your paper, someth ng about tins part of the country. Frostburg is a min ing town, situated on the Hue of the Cum berland aud Pennsylvania railroad, anJ about one hour's ride Irom Cumberland, and is about 1,200 feet above Cumberland and 2,000 feet above Ba'timore. You can go to Dan’s mountain and look down on one of the most picturesque sights that ever eyes beheld, romprising West Virgin ia, the glorious old Potomac and a great extent of Maryland, Tbe town lias about 3,000 inhabitants and only requires one policeman, which, 1 think, speaks very well for the order ot the place. The town is supplied witli gas and water. The reservoir is up in the mountains and catches the supply from the mountain stieum and is ns clcnras crystal. So it anybody wants to 1 ave a good time in general come up to Frostburg, where good accommodations on reasonable terms cun lie had. j. b. t. Political.—The republican prim aries were held throughout the county Thursday. Thirteen of the fifteen districts are for Mr. Hoffman for As sociate Judge. This, it is believed, assures his Domination. In Frostburg the vote for delegates resulted as follows: Conrad Ort, Jr 179 J. W. Jackson 179 Archie Stewart 179 J. S. Metzger 178 Alfred Jeffries 176 John Preston 20 J. P. Smith 20 George Chapman 20 Henry Hartig 20 George Hiteclicw 20 The first five were understood to favor Mr. Hoffman ; the latter five Mr. Reed. It will be seen who are elected. We are unable to secure the vote from No. 12. Mr Peter Cain announces Liroeelf a candidate for sheriff. Mr. C. is a popular citizen and would no doubt poll a large vote. Mr. D. W. Sh an is out in a card announcing his candidacy fone-nom iiiation and election. With the prestige of incumbency in his favor, he will make the fight watm and inter esting. Georges Creek Coal— Weekly Statistics of Shipments, —The record of shipments from the mines of tbe Georges Creek coal region for the week ending Saturday, August 18;h, 1883, closed as follows : To>al tons for week 59,225 “ “ 11 year 1,494,909 Increase over corresponding pe riod Inst year 885,'80 Total tons to B. & O It. for week 21,918 “ “ “ " " year 839.345 Increase over corresponding pe riod last year 334,230 Total tons to C.&< t.cnnal for week 19,522 “ “ “ “ “ year 378,487 Increase over corresponding pe riod last year 352,492 Total tons to Pa. R. for week.... 7,780 “ “ “ “ “ year. ... 277,076 Increase over corresponding pe riod last year 202,234 Total tons shipped over C. & P. R. for v eck 39,014 Over same for year 055,921 Total tons shipped over G. C. it G. R for week 11,748 Over same tor year 310,444 Heaviest shippers last week— 1, Consolidation, .(tons) 11,970 2, W, Va. Central. “ 8,309 , 3, Maryland “ 6,029 4, Hamp. & Balto. “ 5,214 5, Gcoigcs Creek.. “ ....... 4,876 None of the others shipping over 4,000 tons. Heaviest shippers tills year— 1, Consolidation., .(tons) 256,751 2, W. Va. Central. “ 190,131 3, Georges Creek.. “ 153,020 4, Muiyland “ 141,330 5, New Central.,. “ 128,335 0, Hamp. & Balto. “ 123,567 7, American “ 123,032 8, Borden “ 87,802 9, Maryland Union “ 81,599 10, Potomac “ 73,700 None of the others shipping over 60,000 I tong. I American Legion of Honor— Official Visit of the Orand Officers. — Grand Commander W. L. Coyer, Grand Vice-Commander Dr. W. J. Craigen ; Grand Secretary Dr. D. F. Pennington, and Grand Guide John Langford, of the Giand Council of Maryland, A. L. of H., paid an offic ial visit to Fraternity Council, No. 659, located in this place, on Friday evening, August 17. They found the Council in a flourishing condition, and its officers very proficient in their re spective parts of the work. The Grand officers were taken in charge B pon their arrival by a com mittee from Fraternity Council and the various feints of interest around town were visited, among them the New Hope mine, where, under the direct ion of a guide, the party start ed upon a tour of inspection. Owing to the timidity, however, of one of the party only a short trip was made, and they returned to the St. Cloud Hotel tor tea. During the evening at the mee‘- ing of the Council the Grand Com mander, together with the other officers, exemplified the unwritten work rf the Order and mnde leogihv remarks on its growth and prosperi ty, giving facts and figures in dem oustration. The Grand officers appear to be the right men in the right places, especial ly the Grand Commander, who is ever on the alert for an opportunity wherely the condition of the Order may be advanced. After the meeting they returned to Cumleiland by pike, expressing much pleasure with their visit to the mountain. The excursion was a perfect success in every way. Frostburg con tributed thirty persons; Cumberland and other places the remainder of oyer 350. From the beginning of the journey a disposition was shown to make it enjoyable. Only two serious accidents occurred, A gen tleman threw an individual lunch out of the oar window un i killed a track hand. The sad event was dis covered too late to prevent another from tampering with the package, and at the next stop it was ascertain ed the latter was stricken with a dis located diaphragm. At Lnray a con siderate gentleman bought a bolcgna moulded in a beer keg and began slicing it out to the needy passengers. In the indignation meeting which en sued the colossal remainder was r Iso ejected from the car and crushed a naturalized tramp. These incidents ought not to be taken as excursion dangers. It only goes to show that too many people hang carelessly nbmt railway tracks. We have only time to say that without a dissenting voice the wonders of the Caverns ex ceeded expectation, even those found ed upon the apparently exaggerated reports that have been so widely published. Personal.—Mr. S. A, Charlton, the gentlemanly agent and corres pondent of the Pittsburg Telegraph, paid us a call this week. Eugene H. Hannon and Will L. DeLacy, of Washington, D C., who have been stopping at the St. Cloud, returned home Wednesday, well pleased with their stay among the mountains. Miss Hattie Hxgerton, of Staunton, Va., is visiti.ig her uncle, Mr. Marx Wineland. Mr. J. mpH Shields is on the road to recovery from his recent hurt in B ten Avon mine. Rev. John B. D ivies, of County Pembroke, South Wales, is the guest of R'-v. D. M. George, of this place. Capt. W. J. Boothe, of the Ameri can coal company, was assaulted in trout of his residence Monday evening. Fie got the best of his assailant, how ever, besides which the latter went to jail in default ot $lO fine. Mrs. Charles Gerlach has a fuschia plant eight feet, eight iuchea high. Mr. E. H. B. Prichard will in a few days start upon a visit to South Wales. Bradford Berkebile is home from Connellsville. Miss Carrie Shaffsi left Thursday, on a visit tc Sohellsburg, Pa. A Fine Entertainment.—Tues day evening an entertainment was given at the Welsh Congregational chapel, this place. The chair vas taken by Rev. John B. Davies, of Pembrokeshire, South Wales, who de livered an eloquent address on the “good effects that have followed the establishment of Sunday Schools in Great Britain and America." The recitations were amusing and instruct ive, and all the dialogues attiacted the strictest attention of the large audience, and unstinted praise to all who participated. Great credit is al lowed to Mr. E H. B. Priohar', con ductor of the choir, for his indefatiga ble labors in connection with the vocal department of the programme. The pastor, Rev. D. M. George, dismissed I the audience with thanks for good I behavior and attention. • I Col. Copeland next Tuesday even -: ing. Hear him. A Real Treat.—Mr. A. Holzborn, of the Tunnel House gardens, placed on our table this week a large hamper of monster Early Rose pota'oes and carrots, the ma a being surmounted by a rich boquet. It was a substantial, picturesque gift, and one that has been eijoyed aside from a proper appreciation of his kindness. A Weak Singletree Gives Wat —Probably a Serious Accident —Mr. Jacob Eisel and four members of his family visited Mt. Savage last Sun day in a one-horse spring wagon. Reaching on their return the decliv ity a short distance above the resi dence of Mr. R. W. Mason, about 7 p m., the singletree suddenly snapped in two. Tne wagon began rolling backward and, reaching the edge of the bank, upset and rolled over to the base below, making several revo lutions, and carrying horse and occu pants, save one, with it. Mr. James S. Grant, of this pi ice, happened to be near by and running to the scene found Mrs. Eisel badly hurt and the others slightly injured. The wagon was upside down with several under neath. The wonder is that they were not killed. A little girl had the jeourage to leap from the wagon be fore it went over the bmk and thus escaped. She ran at once for assistance. Mei nwhile Mr. Grant also brought others to the rescue, so that the wrecked ones were speedily conveyed home. Dr. A B Price was then sum moned. In Mrs. Eisel’s case he found one rib broken with accompa nying injuries which may imperil her life. The family had been bereaved less than ten days before by the fatal accident to Henry Eisel on the Bord en mine tramway. Business Locals. Remember-the SSMi day of Au gust, 1883, is the day Ihe Sand Springs 1 roperty will be offered for sale. The Y. M. 0. Association, having tem porarily bus ended its work, the Library bos been removed to Mr. A. A. Rogers’ Photographic Gallery, where all pi rsons having books belonging thereto shou d re turn them e-rly as pos-ihle. The Library will be open every Saturday evening for accommodation of parties woo desire to obtain I he loan of nooks. The family of Barney McKee Cannot drink second-rate tea; To the store they send To huy ‘ Loudon Blend," Aud bless the inventive "Chinee.” A Splendid Oppohti nitt When you waul lo purchase a good Itnggy or a t pring Wagon (one tin-1 w ill not break down,) call on N. M. Dein, the cheapest Hardware man in the county. Sew Adtertisemenfs. FOR BTA TE'S aItBOR I RESPECTFULLY announce myself a candi.V te for the office ol STATE'S ATTgRNEV, subject lo the decision of the Republican nominating convention. Aug 25-tc DAVID W. SLOAN. For the Sheriffalty. i HEREBY announce myself a candidate for the SHERIFFALTY of Allegany county, subject to the decision of county Derocralte noniiraliug convention. Aug 26—to* PETER CAIN. TOCKEI BOOK LOST. 1 POCKET BOnK. containing be tween $36 and S4O and tome papers, was tak. n irom the ciumer of my store room on Tuesday, Augm-t 21. A rewind of $6 will be given lor its icturu to me, aud no questions asked. Aug 26-U* JOHN MYERS, of J. Agents Wanted for the New Bcok, DEEDS OF Ulltl.VU By B L U E A G tt AY. r |'IIE gre t collection of Hie most tliril 1 ling personal adventures on both sides duiirg the Great Civil War. lutcu cly imerest'Ug accounts of exploits of ecou s and spies, loiloiu hopes, heroic bravery, imprisonments and linirhieudth escapes, romantic incidents, hand-ln-haild snug gles, humorous mid tragic events, pinions journeys, bold dashes, brilliant successes and mavuauiiu us actions mi each side the line. 70 chapters, Prol'iiHely Illus trated tu Hie life. No other bock at all liked. Outsells everything. Address SCAMMELL Js, CO., Aug 25-Um Philadelphia, Pa. ~ ORDER NISI. Mary Quirk and Thomas 1 No. 3380 Q ink, her husband, j Equity in the vs. }■ Circu I Court Catharine Nrtler, widow 1 for Allegany J County. ORDERED, Th's 20lh day of August, 1883, by the CLcuit Court for Alle gany count v in Equity, that the sale made aud reported by J. Semmes Devecinou, tinstec, (or the sale ol the real estate in said cause mentioned, be rallie d and < on fi-ined unless cause to the be shown on or before the 20ih day ol Sep tember, 1883; provided a copy ol this or der be inserted in some newspaper printed in Allegany county ouee in each of three sjee -stve weeks before the 13lb day of September, 1883. Tito lepoit states the amount ot sales to be $156. THEU LUMAN, True Copy— Clerk. Test: I heo. Lumxn, Clerk. Aug 25-3 t CONTINENTAL HOOF OINTMENT CURES CRACKED HOOFS, SPR4INS, SCRATCHES and SORES IN HORSES, CATTLE and SHEEP. ASK your Storekeeper for it, or write direct to the manufacturers, American Lubricating Oil Company, Aug 23—y CLEVELAND, OHIO.’ . Miscellaneous Advertisements. TsJEMMES DeVECMoft, j AtJiorney-at-Law, r Jan —v_ CUMBERLAND, MD. 1 B. T, JEWELL. Ladles and Gentlemen’s Merchant Tailor, • MAIN ST., FROSTBURG, MD. MAKER of all kinds of LADIES’ Jackets), Doliiuuin. Uls (cch and Wrappers, GENTLE MEN'S Sui(Nin the \ewesl Styles. W Sample, 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 1883 Cunard Steamship Co., LIMITED, Between new tore and Liv erpool, callings! Queenstown each way. Proposed sailings from Pier 40, North River, New York : Scythia Wednesday July 25 . Gallia “ Aug 1 Bothnia “ “ 8 Aurania “ “ 15 Servia “ • 32 Scythia 11 “29 Gallia “ Sept 6 Cabin passage, 880 and 8100 gold. Sleerage passage from New York 'o Liverpool, Queem-town, Glasgow, Belfast, Londonderry, Cardiff, or Bristol, S2S; to Dublin, $29; to London, s3l ; to Havicand Pans, Hamburg, Antwerp, Itot -1 erdam, Bremen,Copenhsgei., Amsterdam, or Mauheim, $32. To New York from Liverpool, Queensl 'W-, Glasgow, Belfast, r Londonderry, *2l; from London, Car (tiff, or Bristol, $24; from Havre, Pans, Hamburg, Antwerp, Rotterdam, Bremen, or Amsterdam, $27 ; from Gothenburg, or Copenhagen,s24. For further particulars or lickeis apply to or addtess lUOS. G. PORTER, July 81 Prostitute, Md. -A.LTL.A3ST LX3STB STEAM BETWEEN BALTIMORE AND LIVERPOOL CALLING AT HALIFAX AM) QUEENSTOWN EACH WAY. I'HE splendid Screw Steamers of the above Line will run at follows: Tom. From Dullimore Nova 5c0tian...3300... Tuesday, Aug 7 Hibernian 3449.... “ “ 21 Caspian 3209 . . “ Sept 4 Nova Scotian.. .3300... “ “ 18 Hibernian 3440.... “ Oct 2 Caspian 3200 . “ “ 1(1 And thereafter every fortnight. All steameis are appointed to leave Bal timore at 9 a. m., on their advertised dates. Steerage Passage to or from Liverpool, Londoiuieiry, Glasgow, Queen town. Bel last, Bristol, Cardilf, ike., at Lowest Rates. Very best accommodations lor Sleerage and Intermediate Passengers. Ax exper ii need surgeon is attached to each vessel, intermediate and Steerage Stewardesses earned by each steamer for Hie purpose of attending to the wants ol the females and children. For further particulars or passage tickets to and from Great Britain, apply to A SCHUMACHER ifc CO., Baltimore; or in Frosihurg to J. JAN DORP, July 28-y Main Street. TKLKPHOXE Exchange Company. ’ PHE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE I COMPANY herewith present a cor , reeled list of subscribers to the Exchange system: a. sms Express Lear, 1) II Al.eu, W T Lowndes, Lloyd, jr Ameiican Coal Co Lynn. David Ballzell & Houss Lonaconing Excb’ge Beall, RA&Co Lonaconing Review Beall, Mrs Win R,res Miller, 1) P B and O Express Miller, J J U and O freight Millinan, F X -j A () Dispatcher’s Maryland Coal Co cilice Mil ho laud Jas A Boyd, A Hunter Marean, E Brace, Dr C H McKaigV Foundry Bruce .k Richmond McKaig’s Law office Brady’s Mills Morgan, T P Biuce, Dr J J,rcs Mag ruder, Dr O W Bruce, W-Rev. offlceMorgan, John Bra,idler, JN M News office Blaul, F A New Central Coal Co B iiltau, John A, res Noon, P , Beall, Bausli ik Co New Central Coal Co (P.osllmrg) LnimiOD.ng Beall, F C, FrosthurgOrriek, J C & Sou Brant, L W Ohr, Dr C II Borden Mines Orrick, J C, res Borden Shalt Owens, J P Bl cher, li W Ptnn’a K U in Md Campbell, W P & CoPost dice C.ly Hull Pompey Smash (pub- Clark, W B lie station) Cook’s Mill Payne & Co, Prosl’rg 1 Cum t House Peacock & Co Coulehaii Bros Raw lings Station Consolidation Coal Read, \V J , Co office Ridgoley, Chas Consolidation Coal Rolirer, I. 1), office Co wharf Rolirer, L D, mill Cik O Canal office Rawlings, G M Cumberland Mill Co Roundhouse G C & C Cumhe’andCemenlCoßyan, J, Lonaconing Craigen, Dr W J,roeßyan, D Cralgen, John S Ryan ik Bro, Pekin 0 & P It R, Frostb’gMinders, John W l uinberla’d G1 -ss CoSauder, J W, res Dixon, John T Seay, C A Uaiigntrey,P II ik CoSecond Nat Bunk E.o, E U Shnver, E T, res Eursom, James Siniver, Arthur, res Fisher, John, res Sinclair, M Feidl, W II Sell, rs & Hoizeu 1 Fnmliiser &Co Smith. 1’ J Fa roll, Mrs M Sloan ik Sloan, Ocean 1 Flurshotz HU F St Nicuohis Hotel • Flury & Son Som. rville J, But .11 Frosihurg Exchange St Thomas Hospital Fuilou, J Aik Co Schmitt, Rev V F G o dou & Sen Frosihurg i ram ich, F M Sloan ik Co, Lonnco’g Gas office Schweitzer, J no, res Ua Works Tearucy, M Uuskell X Evcrstiue Times Office Hast, John T Thruslon, Mrs Q A Healey, Ur ThosM Tdglmian, F L Hem & Co T ylor, T B, res Huh., P, res W U Telegraph office Henderson, Geo, jr Warren Glass Works Hemlersou ,Oeo.officeWaler works Humbird & Co Whiteman, L P Hall’s, (public office) Welsh, r. II Hermann, J G Wel„ ik Sheridan Hotel Elberon Wills Creek Tannery Hilcbins Bros, Proat-Wiescl, J P burg Weisel. J P, res Hadra,E, Public officeWidcucr, J B, res Hadru, E, res Weber, Henry Hughes, Chas, res Weber, H, farm Johnson, R I>, res Whilwmlh Bros, Joy, Jos R Westeruport Long, Mrs T Wilson, Lewis Laudwehr, Geo D Young, Chas & Son Lavm & Co Zacharias, J F TERMS. Special line within half mile of Ex change, $4.17 per month. Special rates, on application, for long lines. Messages to Lonaconing, Cumberland, Frosihurg, Piedmont, Barton, Ocean, Pe kin, Pompey Smash and to all points in the county, 15 cents. 1 Message and answer,2s cents. JOHN A. BLATTAU, Superintendent. Edwin D. E vb, Manager. Miscellaneous Advertisements. Salesmen Wanted I r rO SELL NURSERY STOCK. Full I * line of New and Valuable Specialties. Permanent employment and good salary to I successful agents. Address, giving age and references, JAS. M. EDWARDS, Jy 14 Nurseryman, Rod ester, N. Y. SIMS HOUSE, I PIEDMONT (Baltimore and Ohiorail oad,) Wesrt Virginia, Nov 7 J. P. A. KNTLKR J’rop’r ~DR. C. C. JACOBS, PRACTITIONER OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY I OFFICE In Dr. Oe'zendauuer’s late office, Broadway, Frosihurg, Md. Oet 22-y _____ William Bracb. Bknj. A. Richmond H Brace & Richmond, I ATTORNEYS A1 LA W. OfflctNo.4 Washington street, • CUMBERLAND.MD. WILL he in Frosihurg regularly every ■ Thursday. Jane 80- I) J. BLACKIBTON. JAB. E. BLLROOO D H BLAOEISTON & ELLEGOOD, Attorneys-at-Law, B 2 Washington St., Cumberland, Md. H Apr 9-y FOR SALE. I A DESIRABLE GROCERY STORE. I I.MNELY LOCATED. Apply at H 1 Mar 24 JOURNAL OFFICE. Odd Fellows Opera House I JOHN RAVENSCRAPT, Proprietor. H '’PHIS well known and popular hall is Baf 1 open for engsgements lo all responsible I part ea, 10e..l or oreign. Being the largest ball in Frosihurg, and comenient y loca- ■£>;; ted, it alfords the best facilities lor provid- Hi iug troupes, luctnies, fairs, festivals, etc., " iili Hie amplest scope to secure the full est patronage. It is well bested, lighted and ventilated, so that solid comfort is I available in tiny season. For terms apply H 10 or address the proprietor. | June 30 HH CASH I Meat Shop I ON BROADWAY. I WOULD res- cctfully inform the pco pie of Frosihurg and vicinity that IjjSS I have IteNiiined (he H Fresh Mem llnalneu At the ol! ami popular stand 011 Broadway. H|||| All are invited to come ami examine my HS slock. Terms, - - POSITIVELY CASH. ■ June 2 W. 11. UEFLKR I REMOVAL. ■ THE Millinery storeH OP Mrs. Eliza Gross H Has BEEN REMOVED to the room lately oeeiip ed by C. as a boiil and shoe store. Willi increased edilies lor waiting upon the public, (Ik ss hopes lo enjoy many opportunities of providing old ami new Iriends witbHH goods iu her line. [Apr 7 Carrollton Hotel, H BALTO., LIGHT AND GERMAN Unit imoro, ilid. KATES s.], AND $2.5(1 I’ER According lo Location of Rooms. U'X I’RA charges lor I‘nrlois, Baih L 1 Double Rooms, according to size. Tire ii,o.-l convenient and laLesl Hotel in tlie city. (.levator runs continuously to Hoots. All lines ol city passenger cars pass it^BPf Electric Liglit used. 9HBH F. W. COLEMAN. April 1 I—y Manager. We Have Little l|| TO SAY, H 111 T UUE.V YOU WISH .*1 PURCHASE EITHER A Bfl m<>tvtx m1: r\ r, HH I'ouiliNlouc, Wmmj Unplug, H Iron Fence, pBBK ji mi (ei, mlm (Jrale, BBSS or Xernt Col (a l*ip^Kw|l WE WILL INSURE VOU VEIt V BEST i.M mi: MARK (■III FOR THE LEAS I i’US.-TBLE i’ltliflH -A., Jt7±. AMIGK.jH 11 m h 1 a ml, 6 Per Cent. DIVIDEnBH Declared jar ISSJ. HB| the ■■ Saving’s and Loan Associatl^Bi| OF FIWSTUUHU, MV., Hhß An Institution Organized under the of Maryland. OFFERS SPECIAL ADVANTAoHjM to all who dr.-ire by mnoU mvesl Ua ir saving, in leal estate and ibsolulely sale seeunlies. To borrowers 11 extends the full value of ils shares at the legal lute ol C. ill., repayable by weekly All prolits divided pro lata to —lo borrowers ns lo those for As.-oeiai ion does not in advance red^HHHj £ SS~ By an Act ol the lust General Hl||||B seiuhly special powers were grained Ahsueialion enjoyed by no similar tiou iu the county. Eutiy lee per share 51) cH|H Weekly dues per share 25 BBHjUH interest per share 15 HSHH Par value of shares HH Apply to Secretary at Journal for further iuibrmation. B. STERN, President. J. RUHL, Vice-President. WMwBHmB J. I>. ODER, Secretary. JAMES KANE, Treasurer. WILLIAM BRACE, A I). Aiiuhthom,, John N. Bkn.son ,tiHHH 11 1 re is ins, JosKi-ii TiaMK.Sh, Jan