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J. B. ODER, Editor. FROBTBURG, MD., NOV. 5,1881. Except a glaring effort to misrep resent “No. 2," the letter in Tuesday's New* signed “Obsorrer,” is a poor job. By-by, Obby. The people of this county will be called upon next Tuesday to say whether the Senatorial toga is hang ing in the cloak-room of the Valley Times. __ One plank in Mr. Grace's platform has disappeared and he has slipped through. He "begs no man or class of men for rotes,” etc.—just a mere humorous sort of “here-am-1,-send me" exhortation. It was a lonely at titude, innocent and beguiling, but manners change with times and ne cessities. The brass buds which ap peared on the cheek two weeks ago are full-blown roses now. The Valley Times now insists that Mr. Oder cannot, if he would, favor an elective mine inspector. Go slow, V. T. When Mr. Oder is "yanked out of his boots” he will be there to see it well done, "figuratively” or otherwise. If the miners send Mr. Brace to the Legislature on the errand laid out and he fails, (and fail he will) the Lonaconing newspaper Prince of the Eoyal House of Stalwart will be under bonds to resign further sup posed keeping of the Senatorial tega. We know men in No. 12 who have in our presence damned the bosses for harsh treatment when there were no elections around. Now, however, Borne of the bosses, having selected their candidate for the Senate and impressed their choice upon the pop ulace, these men, and others of whom we have not heard, are mild as suck ing doves, in obsequious deference to the masterly condescension pre vailing over there. Mr. Brace will gain some votes by tbis operation, but not enough to overcome the un trammeled exodus from hie camp everywhere else. We will add, too, that there are scores of men in No. 12 who will not surrender their man hood at the beck of an extraordinary demand upon their consciences, no matter how near and dear the pet idea advanced may be. The paragraph below from the Valley Times appears to have no legal origin; There is one plank, at least, in the Greeabackers platlorm that we approve of, viz: Opposition to the corporation police bill. By the way, the history of this bill illustrates somewhat the advantage of having a speaker to represent tho county in the Legislature. In 1878 this bill came before the House after passing the Senate. Mr. McKalg and Mr. Brace botii made speeches agaiuat it and exposed its dan gerous tendency. The result was, it re eelved 17 affirmative against S 8 negative votes. Yes, a vast advantage— perhaps. But how have you provided for the "advantage 7" Mr. Turner thinks he can speak; Messrs. McAleer, Fatkin and Hetzel make no pretensions in this direction, and Mr. Brace is noto riously deficient as an orator. The difference between him and three of his legislative associates is—he at tempts public speaking ; they do not. It may be said, too, that "in 1878” the Fuller bill “came before the House.” "Mr. McKaig and Mr. Brace both made speeches” in favor of it; indeed, only one member was opposed to it and he defeated it. Isn't there a little too much “advantage" sometimes in having orators to take care of such precious interests as were wrapped in the ‘ lurking folds" of Mr. Fuller's bill? We pass on ; It (the corporation police bill) was brought up again in 1880: there was up watchful eye in the Legislature to see the snake, no tongue to expose its lurking folds and it slipped through and became a law. Where was the FlinUtone Demos thenes 7 We will tell you. He was present, although the Valley limes says "there was no watchful eye in the Legislature to see the snake, no tongue to expose its lurking folds and it slipped through and became a law." Is that true 7 Let us see; Tho bill passed the House Apiil 3d. Mr. Anthony voted “no." Why ? An thony had tho “watchful eye,” but Turner had the bulge on him in "tongue.” What did Mr. Turner do 7 He not only failed to “expose its lurking folds,” but he let it "slip through and become a law” —by voting for it/ We have uo war against Mr. Turner, be it understood ; we are merely showing how the Stal wart organ is dealing with its nomi nees. The "watchful eye" is in re tirement while the "tongue” of the delegation is up high in front. Mr. Brace must be returned because his "tongue" defeated the measuie in 1878, and Mr. Turner must gfr back because his "tongue" d dn’t defeat it in 18801 But the Valley Times is equal to all emergencies. Bokey, pokey, wankey fun, How do you like your officers done 1 Decorations on every one, Said the King of the Cannifc al Islands. Another Boomerang.—Tho ap pearance of Mr. Elijah Fuller upon the political stage ag .inat the demo cratic nominee for the Senate and in behalf of Mr. Brace, upon the pretext that he "owes Oder a debt," etc., ne cessitates the publication of a state ment of facts which may bo npisuuder otood in certain sections of the county to the injury of the party assailed. On the Bth of January, 1878, leave was granted the Allegany delegation to introduce a bill— To enable and require (tic county com missioners of Allegany county, Md., to levy a sum of money to James B. Bear for certain services rendered in the Orphans’ Court of said county, by B. Puller, late Register of Wills, and by him assigned to said Bear. On the 11th of January the follow ing letter was received; Borden Mines, January 9,1878. J. B. Oder, Esq. —Dear Sir :— * * * I may mention here that ’s bill for the relief of Fuller, late Register of Wills for this county, ought not to pa-3. Fuller was more than paid for all his legal claims. * * * * Yours very truly, A. C. Greene. Three days later an official state ment was received. This copy, how ever, strayed away fiom original hands in being shown around the House. The boast of Mr. Fuller, how ever, that a "certain letter could not be produced” is met by the following transcript: "With respect to Mr. Puller’s (foimcr Register of Wills) claim to the Legislature the facts arc these: On the close of Mr. Fuller’s term of office he presented his bill to the Co inty Commissioners in January and informed them that he had assigned the claim to Mr. Bear, which would be levied at the June term succeeding. In this the Board agreed postponing the cudit until the regular term for such business. At tbe June levy Mr. Fuller’s bill was audited and cut down by the striking out of unlawful charges and excessive rates, and the amount found to be duo bim was paid to Mr. Bear, whereupon Mr. Fuller sued the County Commissioners for the amount rejected by them, in Ihe Circuit Court of Allegany county and the jury returned a verdict against him. Mr. Puller, therefore, has had Ids claim passed upon by the County Commissioners and by a jury of the county, brth of which have rejected his claim ns unlawful and unjust. It seems hard, therefore, that tho Legislature should step in at this late day and compel the tax-payers of the county to pay a bill which their own sworn officers have found unjust, and the Circuit Court and jury illegal. (Sig.) Wm. Y McCum.qii, President. | Test— F. M. Guamlicii, Cl'k Comm’s. I The above was ordered to he copied and i relit to J. U. Oder, Member of Legislature." Office ok the Commissioners ok 1 Allegany County, > Cu.Mr.EKLANo, Mu., Get 81,1881, ) The above is a cor.eel copy of tlilt pro ceedings of tbe County Commissioners as they appoir upon the minute book under date of January 11th, 1878. Test—L. T. DeWitt, Cl’k to Comm’s. To Mr. Greene’s loiter above given Jus response and further inquiry were made, and five days later he again wrote as below : Bouden Mines, ) Fuostbuiic, Mo., Jan. I t, 1378.) J. 15. Oder, Esq , Annapolis, Md.— Dear Sir ;—Your note of the 11th inst. is re ceived. The County Commissioners took official action with respect to the Fuller bill last week and directed their objecMons lobe sent to you. Mr. McCulloh also addressed a note to Mr. —, requesting him not to \ press this unjust claim. Fuller lias had I liis full shared this sort of thing, and the 1 county docs not owe him one cent. * * Yours truly, A. C. Greene. j Mr. Greene, it must be remembered, was president of the two preceding I county commissioners’ courts, and thus I fully conversant with the matter. February 25tb the bill was reported favorably and road tbe first time. Next day, "being upon a second reading, Mr. Oder moved to strike out tbe enacting claims of tbe bill." Mr. Oder voted "aye Mr. Brace “no." Motion lost—lß ayes, 40 nays —and bill oidered engrossed for third reading. On the Gth of March bill was put upon its passage early in the night session and during a temporary ab sence of tbis writer. It was lost by a vote of 25 affirmatives to 30 nega tives. A short lime later, same session, a motion to reconsider was ma !e, im- I mediately followed by one to recom mit to the Allegany delegation, both | of which being sustained, the bill was i revived. i Next morning. March 7th, bill was \ again reported favorably and put np- Jon its passage, Mr. Odor addressed j the House in opposition to tho bill. Other members, including Mr. Brace, I had spoken in favor of the bill. "Mr. j Biair moved to lay the bill on the I table.” Lest—29 ayec; 34 nays; I Oder voting "aye;” Brace "no.” Bill j Was thou lejeoicd by 33 yeas, 35 I nave; Brace votingyoir the bill; Oder I against. I In conformity with the purpose and i policy of fair dealing with which the editor started cat in this contest, it was not designed to place this matter before the public either for his own advancement or Mr. Braee’s injury. But since a party, or parties it may be, with or without Mr. Brace’s con nivance, have been perverting the editor’s legislative fidelity to the in* | ' forests of tbe taxpayers to destroy him political!?, it is deemed proper that the record sh:uld be exposed, mainly to refute erroneous impressions, 1 and, incidentally, that the taxpayers may see (1) who represented their in terests as against Mr. Fuller, and (2) who represented Mr. Fuller's interests as against the taxpayers of the county. Pickings. —ln tbe Lonaconing Re view of yesterday "Democrat" asks Mr. Frost several very pertinent questions which a couple of Cumber land lawyers can’t answer, i "Frostburger" wants to know why Mr. Brace must go to Oder and Oar roll to have them verify the correct ness of certain statements concerning bis record on the ventilation act. The reason is—Mr. Brace seems to have more confidence in their records than in Lis own. “Common Sense” calls it “demo cratic ventilation." Is it because tbe State is democratic and tbe Legisla ture democratic? If so, how does he expect to get republican ventilation from such political dispensaries 7 A correspondent intimates very strongly that "Common Sense” is a democratic official. Can it be possi ble that a man of that name would hold a position under a "democratic abortion law 7” "Sledge," writing from Eokbart says "Clearfield is 500,01)0 tons short of last year." On the contrary, Clear field is over 500,000 tons ahead. However, we will give ten dollars for the first photographic copy of the scene wherein Mr. Brace figures as an expounder of 65 cents per ton in Clearfield and West Virginia. So far as “Democrat’s" criticism in the Lonaconing Review refers to us we are quite willing to “acknowledge the corn." We have used too much space in replies to the Valley Times. Don’t believe a single word you bear against tbe Journal editor be tween now and tbe day of election. Any report, current or undercur rent ; any canard, published or pri vate, reflecting on bis character or record, is hereby and herein declared false. It is well to state that with Mr Brace's friends it is political life or death for bim ; this is the turning- I point; his success means tbe comple ; tion of mortal revenge upon those Republicans whom Lo has mot and | conquered in convention ; the influ ences behind him are desperate and unrelenting, and no story is too foul to circulate at tho critical moment if it serves their purpose. Remember, if he is elected his grandest triumph will be over a pow eiful element in his own party, but if a cruel slander of the democratic nominee will secure and promote that triumph his henchmen will le j sort to it! Voting miners, friends of the Jour nal, don’t permit any unfavorable story to destroy a righteous, manly intention to vote for its editor I Our opponent’s friends, it is true, are “on the run," but all being risked on this “hazard of a die" colossal lies are expected. All we ask is—don’t believe them, and vote accordingly. With respect to the Fuller-Brace expose elsewhere printed, it is proper to state that certain omissions, indi cated in tbe papers quoted, are neces sary. These refer to matters in the same connection not now in issue. Tho original papers are in our pos session and can be seen by any citizen who desires to verify the authenticity of the publications. We regret that the fitness of things dictates the omis sions, as there are several very strong adjectives used to characterize all such legislation as was attempted in the Fuller bill. Mr, Brace is, there fore, much obliged to us for our tender consideration for the proprieties. In his speech last night Mr. Brace complained that be was "not tbe owner of a newspaper," etc. Wo will refer the matter to any country news paper man in Maryland. The verdict will be—Mr. Brace is especially for tunate in not owning one. But the semi-weekly stands too closely to Mr. Brace for such a remark to be apparent to a nude optic. Look Out I — -,A stunning letter against us, written i.i Cumberland, will probably appear in to-day’s issue of the Valley Times, and which is expected to destroy us. Wo are not aware what it charges, but it is safe to say that it is another lie. No voter should bo affected by the letter. The last issue of the Valley Times, with ila studied effort to deceive the people about the rights of "indepen dent” newspapers, and its indecent references to our name, would very nearly conclude all argument or notice of that sheet, even though tbe election were a month off. A Secret.—We will whisper in the capacious ear of the Valley Times that John S. Combs’ great success ag I a business man and Senator lies in the | fact that he is not a "bladge.” In reply to "Interested Miner" we must say wo are not advised. A great deal has passed between Messrs. Brace and Frost of which the public knows nothing. Last night Mr. Norman E. Fuller wanted to convey the idea that wages were much better in Pennsylvania than in Maryland. Mr. Brace ex hibited several internal emotions. We have no idea what the story is the Valley Times is reserving for publication until an hour too late to he counteracted. Under such circumstances it MUST BE A LIE ! Let no voter he de ceived ! The Mine Inspectorship. —lt has been necessary during the week to refute several stories which have been started to injure the democratic nominee for the State Senate. Ac cordingly the following correspond ence with the Cumberland Times has taken place during the week ; Frostbcro Mu.. Nov. 2, 1881. Mr. Editor.— Within a few days past I have learned that it has been represented in the lower Creek districts that I am “pledged to appoint 0. H. Ilamill mine in spector.” Tins statement, along with several others that have been started in unfriendly quarters, is unfounded in fact. The gentleman Mined has not intimated any w ish touching tills or any other offi cial duty. It ought to be understood that if 1 am elected my relation with the governor, upon matters of this character will be ad visory, and in the Senate my obligation will not permit me to vote against confir mation, unless there is a valid objection or objections to the party nominated. So far as I may be concerned I propose “a lair field and no favor”—to give the claims of all who aspire to the inspector’s office equal consideration, and that can be done only when the whole field can be surveyed. I shall then seek for a (rood, practical, resident miner—one whose integrity and capability will best befit the dignity and efficiency of tbc office. If I shall be called upon by the people of the coal region to make an cflort to secure an amendment of the law making the office elective, it will be a pleasant duty, because in accord with my political convictions and Demo cratic principles. Very respectfully. J. B. Oder. In confirmation of the above the following appeared next day : Frobtburg, Mu., Nov. 3,1881. Mr. Editor:—l have read Mr. Oder’s card in to-day’s issue of your paper. So far ns it concerns mo the statement made is true. I will add that there is no politi ical office or position that I am seeking or dc=ire; certainly nothing could induce me to apply for appointment us mine in spector. Yours truly, O. H. Hamii.l. The report had been circulated in Lonaconing also that the regular democratic nominee, in order to get Mr. William Broderick to withdraw from his independent candidacy, had promised him the appointment of mine inspector. Mr. Oder did no such thing, and nobody was authorized by him to make such an offer, Tho governor nominates the inspector; the Senate confirms, where and when only a Senator’s responsibility would be incurred for favoring or opposing r nomination. COERESrONDENCE WANTS TO Kir 0 W. FuosTiiimo, Nov. 3,1881. To the Mining Journal Thero is a rumor current that Mr. Brace has promised the mine inspec torship to Moshuch Froat, Esq., editor of the Valley Times. Is it correct? Interested Miner. A LOUD SUSPICION. Fuostborg, Nov. 4,1881. To the Mining .Journal ; Tho communication of "Common Sense" in the Lonaconing Review boars the ear-marks of a democratic official. Let any close observer of ‘‘style" scan its diction very critically and he will suspect it origin. Unless we are mistaken, we will venture to say that if ho can stand the use of such language the democratic candi dates can also accept the fate he is courting. We venture further to say that nothing could have induced him to use such language one year ago last January, but circumstances and times change, you know. ****** PROM TUE WEST. Carbon, Wyomi io Territory, ) October 8,1881. J To tbe Mining Journal: The Journal reaches me regularly; it is indeed a welcome guests out in this wild region. The mines here are working full I time with some of the employees i doing well, some poorly, some leaving and others coming as in all mining j regions. There has been over a hun dred men, from the Alpine region j in Switzerland and who never saw a coal mine before, dumped out here in the last few mouths. The most of them have since taken free berths in box cars, leaving in debt to the company; they have gone to "fields unknown and pastures now" proba bly to Hontzdale to swell the number of poor miners in that section. Still there are some left heie yot in the mine and Chinamen on the outside. | Sages can predict on their future. | The drivers are getting from $1.75 to $2.25 per day; they have asked for 25 cents per diem extra or they | will not work. The result will be known in a few days days. Yours etc. James MqAlubtah. New Advertisements. ***** Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps TRUNKS AND VALISES Having just completed my stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, I am now prepared to offer inducements to buyers which have never been offered before in this county. I have proven in the past to thousands ot my customers that they can buy of me the cheapest and best for the least money. THE LATEST EAGE In gents head coverings—my Olivette, Oriole and Brush Hats. They can not be equalled in durability, make, style or price. My counters and shelves are overstocked with the finest lot of BOOTS HATS SHOES* 0 A P S ever brought within tho boundaries of Allegany county. TRUNKS and VALISES From the mammoth Saratoga down to the handy little carrying trunk. Those Contemplating* Marriage Should certainly give ma a call—examine my goods—purchase if yon are suited and go home happy. L HARTMAN. I ALSO HAVE THE AGENCY FOR THE Coavis mimi feee SEWiwelMHiCi WE CHALLENGE THE WORLD TO PRODUCE ITS EQUAL. Nov S-lf Miscellaneous .Vdve■cl isements. FOR THE LAPSES, r |''llE MISSES ANTHONY arc uow I. prepared to do IHIUINERY WORK r ill all its branches, such us Dyeing, Re moulding, &c,, on Bowery street, between the bridge and Muiu street. [Oct 82-lm DU, C. 0. JACOBS, PRACTITIONKB OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY OFFICE in Paul’s Or era House build ing, Main street, Froslburg, Md. ( IIA HOES VERY REASONABLE. Oct 23-y DR. L. B. WILSON’S CELEBRATED Enamel Teeth LASTS A LIFETIME A RE PERFCT FOR EATING AND SPEAKING. Life-like in appear ance. Natural teeth filled. Consultations free. Painless Extractions by (ias Daily. DENTISTRY TAUGHT. No. 17 North, Liberty Street, CUMBERLAND, MD. Sept 2S-y THOMAS’ Boot, Shoe, Hat and Cap EMPORIUM. The Latest Novelties in Boots aud Shoes arc now displayed on my counters. Every style of OEfoTLEMESf’N HATS AX5> CAPS AT LOW PRICES. I also keep constantly on hand a largo supply of Leather and Shoe Find ings. An inspection of my stock before purchasing is requested. TRUNKS A SPECIALTY. WILLIAM THOMAS, Main street, Frostburg, Md. I®"Agent for the Peerless Remington Sewing Machine. [May 7-tf A FEW WORDS IN behalf ot the most valuable article ever invented —the United States Washer, which is now being sold in this county. Thin Is just what every lady wants—something that will lessen tie labor of washing and which will pay for itself in the saving to the clothes in wear and tear. Your clothinir is worn out on the old-fashioned wash-board, hut the U. S. Champion Washing Machine does not injure your garments hut cleanses them In one-half the time with quarter the labor than any washwoman can do by the old method. Ladies save yourselves the hard work which so often ruins your health and give this machine a trial when ! the agent calls upon you and shows what excellent work the Waa.ier can do; you will net let him take it out of the tub. This has bccu the result in almost every ’ house our agent has visited. This valua- < ble labor-saving clothes cleanser is now 1 being sold in Lonacouing. Get ready to J purchase and you will never reg el having i invested in the U. 3. Champion Washing 1 Machine. For sale by ■ C. O’BRIEN Js OGDEN, Ocl 3 1 Agents, Barton, Md. D. J. BLACKIBTON. JAS. K. ELLEGOOD BLACKI3TON & ELLEGOOD, Attorneys-at-Law, 3 Washington St., Cumberland, Md. Apr 9-y I a Arlirlcs in one. TTTTM r n‘K'T?’< 1 Millions in use. Kveryhudy'a XIU IN 4. Alt* choice. 44 page catalogue of other specialties tree. J. M, HUNTER, Mfu Co., SIFTERS, ('in,, O. Agents wanted- Hate and female. [023-41, They “Take the Lead/’ DISTANCING ALL COMPETITION! Estey Organs, (Beautiful New Styles.) WEBER, 1 DECKER BROS., FISCHER, ( 1 (late Nunns & Clark.) J Large and Varied Stock. ORICES LOW, cither lor cash or on X instalments. Address JAMES E. REYNOLDS, Oct B—lm8 —1m Cumberland, Md. GEO. A. WINGEJRT, FROST BURG, MD. TTEADQUAUTERS for Drugs, Medicines, PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, iFisie Toilet Notions, WALL PAPERS—endless variety of pretty patterns, WINDOW 4JI.ASS—aII sizes, etc. Prescriptions promptly and carefully oompoan ded. BEALL’S BLOCK, FROSTBURG, MD. May 7—lf -A-UTsA-UST LINE STEAM BETWEEN IMI/miOR EdcUl VKK I*ool. Calling at HALIFAX ami QUEENSTOWN. Each way, i’hesplendid Screw Steamers of the above I Line will run as follows. From | Tons. Baltimore. | 4384 HIBERNIAN Nov. 1 i 3200 CASPIAN “ 15 3300 NOVA SCOTIAN 4334 HIBERNIAN Dec, 13 3200 CASPIAN “27 And thereafter from Baltimore every fort night. Allsteamcisarc appointed to leave Bal timore at 9 a. m., ou their advertised dates. Steerage Passage to or from Liverpool ■ Londcnberry, Glasgow, Queenstown, Bel- I fast, Bristol, Cardiff, Ac., at Lowest j Rate. Very best accommodations for j Steerage and Intermediate Passengers. An experienced surgeon is attached to each j 1 vessel. Intermediate and Steerage steward j I eases carried by each steamer for the pur- . pose of attending to the warns of the fe- , males and children. For further partlcu- ‘ iars or passage tickets to and from Great ‘ Britain, apply to A. SCHUMACHER & CO., Baltimore; i in Frostburg to J. JANDORF, Oct. 29-y Alain Struct Xlhaotliuuee vs Ad vertUjiiitß'.K. JFO JR, la E isr x r PAUL’S OPERA HOUSE STORE-ROOMS, —AND— ROOMS on 2d floor,suitable for Offices- Apply to THOS. H. PAUL, Mar 11 Frost burg, Md, J.'RUHL, M. D., FROST BURG, HAS confined hii practice entirely to tho treatment and cure of CON SUMPTION and all diseases of the liespi ratory system, and will positively atlend to no other cases. Office hours, daily from 0 to 11 a. m. (Sunday* excepted.) No books kept and cash required for medicine. Case* treated by correspon dence. Office at McNeill’s Drug Store. Aug 6-tf Notice to Stockholders. ''T'lIK stockholders of the Tliouiaa A Mining Company (late SVith ers Mining Company) are hereby notified to return their certificates of stock lo the Secretary without delay, and receive new certificates in accordance with the change of name of said company as made by tho Act of 1880, chapter 378 of the General Assembly of Maryland. JOSEPH B. THOMAS, President. Wm. H. Evans, Secretary. May 21-tf $ I 0.00 REWARD I’IIE above REWARD will be given for POSITIVE information that will IN EVITABLY lead to tho DETECTION, ARREST and CONVICTION of any par ty, or parties, known to DEFACE, RE MOVE, or in any manner to wantonly or maliciously TASIPEI vith my Advertising Sign onrds. FRANK C. BEALL, i‘Msmmoth” Hardware, Wooden Ware and Stove Store, Lowndes & Clary's old stand, Fob I Froatbnrg. Md. EARS for the MILLION Foo Clioo’s Balsam ot Shark’s Oil 1 POSITIVELY Restores the Hearing, and is the only Absolute Cure for Deafness known. This Oil is extracted from a peculiar species of small White Shark, caught in the Yellow Sea, known as darehrredon Hondeleltii. Every Chinese fisherman knows it. Its virtues as a re storative oi hearing were discovered by a Buddhist Priest about tbe year 1420. Its cures were so numerous and many so seem ingly miraculous, that tho remedy was oificially proclaimed over the entire Empire, Its use became so universal that lor over 800 years no Dcsfucss lias existed among the Chinese people. Sent, charges pre paid, at $1 per bottle. Only imported by HAYLOOK & CO., 7 Doy Street, Now York. , Sole Agents for America. Its virtues are unquestionable and its cur ative character absolute, as the writer can ’ personally testify, both from experience and observation, Among the many readers of the Jlccieu m in one part and another of the country, it is probable that numbers are afflicted with deafness, and to such it may be said: “Write at once to Hay lock & Co,, 7 Day street, New York, enclosing sl, tnd you ‘ will receive by return a remedy that will B enable you lo hear like anybody else, and Whoso curative effects will be permanent. You will never regret doing so.”—Editor ’ of Mercantile llcwic. (July 2-tf ’ THE NEW BOOM H. B. Colbdrn & Co. Have opened a first-class line of Summer CLOTHS, CASSI MERES.TRICOS,WORSTEDS,SCOTCH CHEVIOTS and everything found in a , FIRST-CLASS TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. We don’t intend to he undersold nor will we allow anyone to get ahead o* - us in the STYLE OF CLOTHING wo turn out. One of the proprietors is an experienced cutter and fitter and will give this department bis personal supervision. Latest Styles of Clothing. The famous “One liultou CTif-ii waj'” a specialty. Give us a cull at once and get your or der* in early. H. B. COLBORN & CO., Paul's Building, May 14-y Froslburg 1 Md. 1810 1880 Canard Steamship Co., LIMITED, 1 BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIV AERPOOLjCaIIingat Queenstown each way. Proposed sailings from Pier 40, North River, New York Scythia Wednesday Oct. 13 ! Bothnia “ “ 19 Gallia “ “20 I Purthia “ Nov. 8 I Batavia Saturday “ 5 Algeria Wednesday! “ 9 Scythia “ “16 Bothnia “ “ 23 Gallia “ “ 80 Catalonia .... “ Doc. 7 Servia “ “ 14 Proposed anilines from Prince’s Landing Stage, Liverpool: Gallia Saturday Oct, 15 ! Algeria “ “22 i Batavia “ “ 23 Scythia “ .. “ 20 j Bothnia “ t ... Nov. 5 I Gallia “ la Catalonia “ “ io Servia “ “ 20 Scythia “ Dec. 7 Bothnia. “ “ xo Cabin passage, 880 and 8100 sold ; Storage, 828. THOS. G. PORTER, Oct 8 Frostburg, Md.