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THE MINING JOURNAL.
J. B. ODER, Editor and Proprietor. Joseph Womslry, Agent at Eckhart. Extra copies, - - - 5 cents, —for sale by W. L. Annan, Frostburg. Office,.HainSt.,lUtchlnsßros, Building TERMS of SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy, one year, In adTance 11 id •• •• at* monttae. •• 75 Newspaper Laws, 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 jxiper, the publisher may continue to tend them until all arrears are paid. 3 If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the cilice 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 uilh 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 take papers from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is pnma facie evidence of intentional fraud. 6. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of It, whether be has or dered it or not, is held in law to be a sub scriber. 7. If subsciibcrs pay in advance, they are bonnet to give notice to the 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 be responsible, until an express notice, with payment of arrears is paid. FroatbnrK, Sept. 8, 1888. SPECIAL NOTICE. The thirteenth volume of the Journal will begin with the issue of September 30th We have already inaugurated a system looking to the establishment of cath-tn 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 be renewed without the cash. Ail subscriptions paid beyond that date will of. course lie continued until expira tion, when they, too, will be dropped until renewed by cash in advance. From this rule there will be no deviation No rain, no water, and it will soon be November. To-day is the last of the Septem ber sitting. If you have not already registered, do so at once. Invitation.—Mr. George A. Ogle, stationer, Baltimore, tenders the Journal an invitation to the Oriole Bull. Thanks. Grand Picnic.— The Arion Band will hold a grand picnic in the Cen tennial park VVeirnslay, 19tn inst A large crowd of visi on) fio.a ueign boring is expected. More par ticulars next week. The schools opened Monday. At No. I—Frostburg—the ear llment up to 12, noon, yesterday, reached 356, and at Bowery 168. Mias Ida Start’e private school oc cupies the Percy building on Broad way, and Mr. Parnell holds forth at old Odd Fellows hall. Died—At her residence, No. 163 West Lombard street, Baltimore, Fri day August 31, Mrs. Fannie Kemp, wife of John K. S. Ksmp, of that city, and daughter of Mr. 0. H. Hamill, of this place. Mrs. K. had been ill for some time and her death was not un expected. She was 26 years, 6 months and 24 days old. At her residence, in this place, Fri day evening, August 31, Mr*. Cath erine Peyle, aged about 80 years, relict of the late Michael Pryle. Coax, by Canal.—Shipment* by canal for the year up to and includ ing Thursday aggregate 3,991 boats, carrying 449,904.16 tons, and since our last report 211 boats have left Cumberland with 23,364.04 tons, as follows: Boats. Tons. Friday, Ang. 81 80 8,897.03 Saturdiy, Sept. 1.... 42 4,575.00 Monday, “ 8 34 8,692.04 Tuesday, “ 4.... 34 8,778.05 Wednesday, “ 5.... 87 4,145.13 Thursday, “ 6.... 34 3,775.19 A Family Poisoned by Coen Beef —A Narrow £scape, Jrom a Wholesale Tragedy. —On Wednesday, 6th inst., the family of Mr. Joseph B. Thomas, of Eokhart, dined partly upon canned corn beef. An hour later Mts. Thomas, five childien and Mies Maggie Robinson, a relative from Ocean, were taken ill. Doctors Jop\s and Cromwell were called in and spent the ensuing night with their seven patients. The symptoms uni formly indicated poisoning and the treatment administered accordingly. Mrs. Thomas was scrionaly ill. For tunately th* antidotes proved effectu al in all the oases and yesterday the patients were reported entirely out of danger. The meat was taken from an ordinary can and appeared to be good. A close examination by the ) ’ ysioians disclosed the fact, however, last it had undergone some change, perhaps by decomposition, the natnre of which gave rise to symptoms of irritant poisoning. The family know it was the beef which occasioned the trouble, as those members who did not eat it escaped. Death of an Estimable Lady.— j Mrs. Julia A. Armstrong, wife of Judge J, D. Armstrong, died at the family residence, this place, Monday j evening, September 3, 1883, aged 74 years, 10 months and 27 days. The sad event was not wholly unexpected > by the family as she bad been steadily declining during several months be fore. Her illness was marked by intermitten t periods of great suff, ring, bat which she bore with that Curia tian fortitude of which her life was a | pre eminent and protracted example. Mrs, Armstrong was born at Old , town, this cotinty, a place founded i and laid out by her lather, Daniel Lantz. This gentleman was a lead -1 ing citizen of those days, distinguish 1 ed alike for his public spirit and the intelligence and success with which hie nnmeroue enterprises war* pro ■ j acted and conducted. He reared a 1 large family of children, to whom ! with hi* blood be tranimitted quali ties which have told with eabatantial effect upon widely Mattered com munities. On* of bia eons, Jacob Lentz, was a prominent and influen tial citizen seventy years ago. He rep resented the county in the Maryland Legislature in 1814,1824, 1831, 1832 and 1833. In the year last named Miss Julia married J. D. Armstrong, and ten years later with her husband became a resident of Frostburg, Eight children were born to them, six ot whom survive. Of these William, Davisson and Misses Sue and Mollia reside here, th* aeoond named occupy ing the responsible position of resident agent of the Borden Mining company. One daughter, the wife of Rev. J. F. Ookerman, resides in Baltimore, and one eon, Thomas M., is a progressive member of the Bedford (Pa.) bar. Mrs. Armstrong was the sixth of seven daughters, all of whom, begin ning with the first, have died in suc cession as the eldest. The youngest, Mu. Susan Offutt, of Oakland, Md., survives her. The loss to the family by her death falls most heavily upon the bereaved husband, now advanced in years and slowly recovering from a recent operation for cataract. The Judge is a gentleman of strong quali ties, however, and h Christian philos opher of that character which submits to the dispensations of Providence with trustful equanimity. He is a member of the Orphans’ Court bench of this county. Mrs. Armstrong was a communi cant of the M. E. Church sixty years. During all that long psiiod her devo tion to church and family wa" fervent an ,1 unwsveii u Hr unit w-lk uu.l 1 conversation attested iha genuineness of tmr professi >n nd provided an exemplary pat a for the guidance ol her children and the imitation of her friends. In the end her faith failed not, and the blessedness ot her career remains to cheer and comfort those whom she loved and served so well, j The funeral took place Wednesday afternoon at the M. E, Church. The pastor, Rev. J. P. Wr ght, delivered an appropriata discourse and the re mains, followed by a large concourse, were laid to rest in Alleganr cemetery. The Cash System. — Somebody wondered the other day “bow many subscribers the Jouenal had lost by adopting th* cash system of suhscrip -1 tioas in advance ?" Well, it would astonish th* native* if we could neme names. We have s* far loet two good, ■olid men, whom w* have been trust ' ing for years, but who wouldn't trust us with $ 1.50 for one year. On# of tbem said the paper might die ; “then • where would be y money ?" Of , eouree that would oooaeion two fun i erale. One of another claes said he - “could get the Lonaconing Review on i credit, and would lake that paper.” Which reminds us of a party of olerka in Washington, who, having deter | mined upon a trip to Baltimore, a I dispute arose as to the route, some ; preferring one railroad, some the oth j er. Finally one fellow settled the J controversy by saying that the “B, [ & O. would not give him a pass ; the , Pennsylvania did, and I’ll be con , demned if I don’t patronize the road that furnishes the free ridel" r Nobody need be uneasy about our r success with the cash system. We ) will moke it go, and we shall publish , a paper, too, that the people will not t do without. j Now, then, the time is i oleins on r when our lint will undergo another . purgation. On the 29ih instant the s new volume begins and with the is sue ol that date commences a clean . list, which by a patented automatic . arrangement will be kept clean. This t machine will especially trust nobody f that will not trust it. i A choir of colored people of this c place have trained themselves into a s concert troupe for tho purpose of , beuffitting churches who may need i> their services. They will appear in e the Town Hall at Piedmont, W. Va., f Tuesday evening, 18th inst., for the r benefit of the A. M. E. Church, of e Westsrnport. A. W. Carroll is man t ager ami Mrs. Mary S. Carroll or ganist. j How does all this excitement b.nil politics concern you if you are not registered and neglect the present op portunity to enroll your name on the list of legal voters ? Legerdemain.—Pr f. L. Porter will appear in Paul's Opera House, Saturday evening, 15th inst. It i hoped a largo audience will be pres ent to witness bis eligbt-oi-hand feats Mr. T. D. Cashin, of Hagr*towi, Md., a Grape grower of long exi eri ence, makes a specialty of propaga'ine choice varieties of Grapevines for our climate. Sot his advertisement, send for I is circular and buy his vines. Editorial Fortunes and Misfok tunes.—The South Branch (W. Va.) Gazette has the “loudest onion in the United States." The stroke of lightning which kill ed John Rsvensoraft's horse “concuss ed" the editorial “we" ol th* Pied mont Observer into the objective case. • Th# Queen Oity Courier would not like to be an umpire, nor anything like thoee, with a shield upon its foretop and a hot ball on its nose. The Oentreville Record calls it the Mourning Herald. Telephone Changes.—The tele phone system in this county has been absorbed in a massive consolidation of ail the others in this country. Of this district Mr. Frank Kennedy, of Hagerstown, has been appointed sup erintendent, vice J. A. Blattau, resign ed. In Cumberland Mr. B. F. Swan suceeds Ur. E. Dorasy Eve as manager, also resigned. In Frost burg it is not believed there will be any change of the present very effi cient manager, Mrs. M. L. Ryan. Several important changes will be made looking to the improved utility of the telephone and its wider use by the people. The Coming of Sells Brothers’ Big Shows. —The correct manner in which the Sells Brothers have kept faith with tho 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 than it; erfonus, and, moreover, it is in every depart ment up to tho highest pitch of ex pei-taiion, There is a long lie* ft distinguished un-uic performers a >i Me biggest show of wild animals ami amphibian monsters ever collected. Amongst the latter there are two im mouse hippopotami, an-l a s-'bonl of sea lions, tigers, etc. It will exiiiibt in Pn dmont on Saturday S pt 8, The Os* sr 1 V e ,* of K n-h s o L1 • i eon. i on ■•) i sa- nual •--• fin in Ginciuiirt'i Tii<h’a . Mi T V Powdeiiy, gram! master wotkn ’, is the presiding officer, T e -esstons are held with closed <1 >ors, and not a word of tho proceedings is disclosed to the public. Mr. Powderly is re ; ported as having said to an interview j er : 1 would be glad to give yon the news, but our older and our meetings are secret, and we pre not permitted to disclose the proceedings or anything pertaining to tbem. If anybody pretends to give you any sncli news set him down as an impos ter. At the close of the session the results, should there be any, will be given to the public. One hundred and fifty delegates are present, representing th* United States and the Oenadee, among whom is Mr. C. O'Brien, of Barton. The eession will probably terminate to day. Oeobqeb Cbbee Coal— Weekly Statistics of Shipments. —The record of shipmeuta from the mines of the Georges Creek ooal region for the week ending Saturday, Sept. Ist, 1883, closed as follows: Total tons for week 62,154 “ " “ year. 1,612,805 Increase over corresponding pe riod last year 943,513 Total tons to B. & O R. for week 81,370 “ “ “ “ 11 year 899,471 Increase over corresponding pe riod Inst, year 357,035 Total tons to C.Jfci t.canal for week 31,938 “ “ “ “ “ year 420,417 Increase over corresponding pe riod last year 376.730 Total tons to Pa. R. for week.... 8,845 “ “ “ 11 “ year 298,908 Increase over corresponding pe riod last y-ar 206,744 Total tons shipped over O. & P. R. for v eek 38,867 Ove l 'same for year 1,030,706 Toiai tons shipped over G. C. -t 0. R for week 14,088 Over same (or vear... 343,533 Heaviest shi( pel's l.ia> week— 1, Consolidation..(tuns) 11, 67 8, W. Va. Central. “ 9,108 8, Geoiges Creek.. “ 6,814 4, Maryland “ 6,439 5, American “ 6,010 6, Ilamp. & Hallo. “ 4,159 None of the others shipping over 4,000 tons. Heaviest shippers this year— 1, Consolidation., .(tons) 279,574 8, W. Va. Central. “ 206,020 3, Georges Creek.. “ 164,526 4, Maiyland “ 154,25# 5, New Central... “ 134,881 9, American “ 133,357 7, Uamp. & Ballo. “ 132,506 8, Borden. “ 95,143 9, Maryland Union “ 86,817 10, Potomac “ 80 398 11, Blaen Avon ... “ 62,799 None of the others shipping over 50,000 tuns. Personal—Mi-ses F>>nie Simler , and Dari Brui'aker, ol S merset, Pa., ■ are visiting the family 01 F. C. Beal . > The Oakland D:m"crat na'B "Mrs Fuller, ol Fro-tburg, and her daugh ter, Sof.hu, of Philadelphia, are visit i k relatives in Oaklan ft, aJ that ‘■John Wtbiams, his accomplished ais'er, Mary, and a lady friend, from Froatburg were lagiatered at the Slioer House, Qrarfaville, Saturday, '* ai d that ‘'Howard Millon, infmt son <>f Mi. and Mis. Zea Dawson, died August 28th." A. J Oilborn, jr , haa presented na with a copy of the Bethany Collegian, published montnly by the atadente of Bs'hany College, W. Va. Mr. Colborn is the editor. The articles—editorial, contributed and selected—evince abil ity nod intelligent discrimination. Meabach Frost haa b. so appointed messenger on the route between Balti more and Lynchburg by the Adams Express company. W. R. Coyner is at home frem Sax ton, Pa, Mr. Owen Evans, of Youngstown, Ohio, spent Wednesday night with friends in thie place. In the collision of trains at High land Park on the Western Maryland railroad Sunday morning, Joseph Cruse, well known in this community, was badly hurt. He was engineer of the train which ran into the one stand ing upon the track. At last accounts he was isrioosly ill. Patrick McCaffrey has sufficiently recovered from bis late illness to ven ture on the street again. Robert Haydn's tour through Ire land ie an ovation, judging from the lengthy accounts of faia speeches given by the Irish press. Joseph A. Barlow, a guest of Mr. John Kirby, at Vale Farm, during tbo summer, will return Monday to St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore; John J. Dillon will go to the same institu tion Tuesday, and John G. Beane, of this place, and John P. McMillan, of Eckhart, will return fa St. Charles College, Ellioott city, M.mday. Chanties in the policy ami conduct , of the Am rican Bell telephone com p-ny have re,lulled in the removal of Messrs J A Blutdi.i d E D E■ These gen Ism' g u ' S.-.m I Hit- .f ..yin if. !S AID eric-in lets' n, .■ emaimllt I > occtt-inti of liierr removal is I i t>c gnvted. In tnese dna of ai.sirru <nd uoa cumulating company offiuiis Mr Btat lau is * c-iisp.cuoiis exception P-.ai'e and painstaking, he untfumiy Cits mll who app'oech him • i!tr a i ■&'’ >d uni' esy and coiisi-l. ration ; ich column 'l° respect alike fir the i iiisti uti it Le repress ,ts and i imse.t. 1 As a ref r> s-ntalive, therefore, ot a mpuuy he is a jewel. Mr. Eve, a so a thorough geutlem.n, and deri ving his education as an elaetrician from Mr. Blaltau is well fitted to ren der intelligent and efficient service to his employer*. He leave* this , country carrying the hgh regard uf i ihemuititud. wtio know him. Mis W. 0. Petty left Tuesday up ‘ on a v.sit to tnends in Montgomery county, this Stale. Alter a stay of i two week* the family will go to Louis ville, Ky., to spend the winter and 1 next spring to their future home in the West. Mr. Petty will remain in Frostburg until ta* latter part of next week. Base Ball.—The proposed game between the Lonaroniigand Cumber ' land clubs did not lake place last Sat l urday, owing to failure of agreeing 1 upon an umpire. Some bad feeling was engendered. As Artemus Ward . would aay—"this should not ort to s." Unless there is some improve ; ment in the temper of the rival organ -1 izations the base ball lever will incur . an unhealthy check, i The Borden Shaft club has challen ged the Cumberland club to play two games The challenge will probably ’ be accepted ai.d the fist game take , place on an early day. The Lonaconing boys are ail broke i up over their treatment by the Cum i beilanders in that little umpiie die 1 pute. Before that there wa an un pleasantness, yet unhealed, with the Shaft club about an umpire who was , . agreed Upon Bui in lue words ol I philosophic <1 vin once givm by s "Of id * you: j ii, iy named Jenin , I 'in t.n e.;.u’ . ;,lly watt till the ! ■: I- ■ S :ol !,V . 1 aKKN LiNAWAuhS ihlil'nd.iy 1 evening ot last We..k a number of mutual friends met at the residence | of Mr. Arthur Baker, on Bowery, to. | say “good-bye" to Mrs. W. 0. Petty. I During the evening the assembly was invited to the dining-room, where an abundance of good things were 1 served. Dr. J. J. Jones availed bim | self of a lull in the activities uf the ) occasion, brought ou by satiety, to rise and explain another object of the as ' sembly, and m a few choice words I presented Mr. and Mr*. P. with a I handsome purse in token of their high | regard Mr. Petty replied, thanking j the friends and expressing grateful ) iscollection of many other ktndusisss shown him while in Frostburg, Msw A virtliwnli. ( : Dr X Go % B. STERN & CD’S. GRAPEVINES. |'l HE CHOICEST and BEST for the I i hras'e ol Maryland and ue SOU •H. my specialty— by mid postpaid. Circular free Address T I) CASHIN, Sept B—2m H irervtowu, Md. PROF. L. PORTER, THE GREAT MARYLAND Wizard, Magician and Ventriloquist.. %\ T ILL appear in his Kn> h inted Parlor v v uf Illusion at Pro thing SATURDAY EVENING, bEPT, 15,’88. Everybody si su-d avail thenis>-lvee of this opportunity to see Prof. Porter Ue hat solved and accomplished the most astonishing and mysle.tous feats o, Lee rdeniaiu. Reserved Best tickets for sale at Annan’s Book Store. Miscellaneous Advertisements. W, 8. BURTOnT ARTISTIC PAINTER, KALSOMINER, Stainer, Grainer, Paper-Hanger and GLAZIER, HAVING just erected a new shop on Water street, in Frostburg, is better prepaicd Ibau ever to execute all descrip tions of work in Ms line. PAINTING, GRAINING, STAINING. KALSOMIN INQ, PAPER-HANGING and GLAZING done in fbst-iTmu style at salistactory prices. WOrders solicited. [March 24 Agents Wanted for the New Book, DEEDS OF DtUlAti By BLUE & OKAY. 't'llE gre t collection of the most tlirll■ 1 iing rersoLai adventures on both sides duiirg th: .Great Civil War. Inlcn eiy interest ng accounts of exploits of scou s and spies, loiloru hopes hen ic bravery, imprisonments and hairbreadth escapes, romantic incidents, haml-ta baud strug gles, humo'ons and tiauic events, u nlnu- Journeys, bold cashes, brilliant successes .mil ma minim ns acli >n. on eacn siih llir hni 70 chapters. Proftiacly HillH- Il*MI(•• the bfe Moutnet bo kat ail liken. Ou aeila nve'yimug. Ad lr.ss SCAMM ELL * CO.. Aug 25dim Philadelphia, Pa. MARYIuAAD University School FOR YOUNG LADIES, Baltimore, Md. Mme. A. Maurice (nee Boxrit,) Principal. rpHIS INSTITUTION IS INTENDED I to afford all the advantuges of a round, solid, moral, Higher Education, without sham or cramming, as given in the best Colleges and Universities of the land. There are thiee distinct departments or courses: The Collegiate, Academic aud Elemenlarv, each embodying all the ap piopriale theoretical and practical studies The discipline is parental. No corporal punishment of anv kind. The institution is strictly non-denoml national. The Academic year begins on the 23d day of September, next. One Free 1 uition ikkolanhip lias been kindly placed by the Principal at the dis posal uf the Journal fur the entire Academic year. [Aug 18-lm MiNtwliHiinouK tilu-rlßrim-nta ' READ This Offer r TUE PROPRIETORS OP Sells Brothers ENORMOUS RAILROAD ' SHOW i . Hereby agree and bind themselves to re ! fund the money and to present each and 1 every patron of their ahow with i Ten Dollars in Gold > If they do not exhibit a Living GIRAFFE, a Living Two-Horned RHINOCEROS, pair of Full-Grown, Blood-Sweating HH - POPOTAMUSES,ten ELEPUAN .8 and I THE FINEST General Menagerie Ever seen in this part of the country. WILL EXHIBIT AT Piedmont SATURDAY, : Sept. Bth. AngiK. 1 ■lwdlUMw Advtrlla—Bta .. PAA hflllw ANTED W Uv AT JOHN CHAMBERS BATIN'<3- HOUSE T" 0 dispose of Lunches and Untie tor (be next 90 days. No rofercucu* required. : He will have In (tuck a fall line ol Gro ceries, Clear*, Tobaccos, all kinds of Tem perance Drinks. Don’t forget the pjaoa— In basement opposite marble yard, Haiti St., Frost-burg, Md. |Kept l-8n DR. C. C. JACOBS, PBAormoHu or MEDICINE AND SURGERY OFFICE In Or. Oe'seudanner’s lata office, Broadway, Vroslhnrg, Md. Ont 22-y Wiluamßbacb. Bbnj. A.. IltCßMOjni Brace & Richmond ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OfflceNo. 4 Washington street, CUMBERLAND,MD. U T ILL be in Frostburg regularly ever/ ThnrsdsT JnarßO- D J. BLACKIBTON. JAS. K. LLOOO BLACKISTON & ELLIOOOD, Attorneys-at-Law, 3 Washington St., Cumberland, Md. Apr 9-y FOR SALE. A DESIRABLE GROCERY STORE. t FINELY LOCATED. Apply at 1 Mar 24 JOURNAL OFFICE. Odd Fellows Opera House JOHN BAVENBCRAFT, Proprietor. r pHIS well known and popular ball is 1 open for engagements to all responsible part es, 10c.,1 or orelgn. Being the largest hall in Froslburg, and Convenient y loca ted, It atforda the best facilities lor provid ing troupes, lectures, fairs, festivals, etc., with the amplest scope to secure the full est patronage. It is well heated, lighted and ventilated, so that solid comfort ie available in any season. For terms apply to or address the proprietor. [Jane 80 “CASH Meat Shop ON BROADWAY. [WOULD respectfully inform the pee pie of Frosiburg and vicinity that 1 have Resumed the Fresh Meat Blbm At the ol 1 and popular stand on Broadway. All are invited to come and examine my stock. Terms, - - POSITIVELY CASH. June 2_ W. 11. BEPLMR. Carrollton Hotel, BALTO., LIGHT AND GERMAN STB., Hull imore, Md. RATES |4, ijiH AND <i2.30 PER DAT According to Location of Rooms. 1," XTHA charges for Parlors, Bath and 1) .üble Rooms, according to aiwe. The must couveuieut and laußt built Hotel in the city. Fleiutnr runa continuously "to all Hoots. All lines of cl!/ passenger cars pass Ua ■lours. E'eciric Light used. F. W. COLEMAN, April 14—y Manager. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATRIX. PHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the I subsenbir has obtained from tbe Or lilittih’ Couit of Allegany county, Mary iii 1, letters ot administration on the es tate of J. WESLEY PORTER, leeeised. Ail persons having claim* gainst the deceased are warned to ex iin.il the same, with the vouchers there- duly authenticated, to t. e subscriber— On ok Before March Ist, 1884. They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit ol the said estate. All per sons knowing themselves indebted to said esiato arc requested to make immediate payment Qivun under my band this 28th day of August, 1883. BARAU PORTER, Sept l-4t Administratrix. We Have Little TO SAY, BUT WHEN TOC WISH TO PURCHASE EITHER A MONUMENT, fouibstoue, Copt iig. Iron Fence. Mantel, Urate, or Terra Colt a Pipe, WE WILL INSURE YOU THE VERY BEST IN THE MARKET FOR THE LEAbf POSSIBLE PRICE. A. ii. AMICK, D C 8i Cumberland, Mt. 6 Per Cent. DIVIDEND Declared for IS 82. THE Savings and Loan Association OF FHOST BO HO, MD., An Institution Organized under the Law* of Maryland. OFFERS SPECIAL ADVANTAGES to all who desire by tmali deposits te invest tin ir Ravings in real estate and other .baoluielj safe aeeunlles. To Imrruwurs it extendi the full par va.ue ol its shares at the legal late of ( par cunt., repayable by weekly instalments. All prollts divided pro rata to depositor! —to borrowers as to those for whom the Association does not in advance redeem shares. tar Ry au Act ot tho last General Aa scuibly special powers were granted thla Association enjoyed by no similar Institu tion in the couuty. , Entry feo per share 50 cent# Weekly dues per share 25 “ “ interest per share 16 " Par value of shares <l#o Apply to Secretary at JOOB.KAL office for further information. B. STERN, President, J. RUHL, Vice-President. J. B. ODER, Secietary. JAMES KANE, Treasurer. WILLIAM BRACE, Attorney. D. Armstkono.Joiin N. Benson,Uwbn Hitouins, Josjerh Tmubn a, Directors 1 Jan 0