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O. JAERETT & BRO. Have added to their Furniture Business, UNDERTAKING BRAJSTCHES They are fully pi ppared to supply Coffins, Caskets and Burial Cases, Trimmed in the FINEST STYLE for a great deal less money than the same articles are furnished elsewhere in the county. All our Funeral Furniture ie upholstered in the most tasteful manner. We have recently purchased an ELEGANT HEARSE—the finest in the county—with which we will deliver COFFINS, etc., purchased from us, Free oj Charge / MTOrders by telegraph promptly tilled. [Sept 18-y FURNITURE ? FURNITURE ! ■’l HE PLACE TO BUY FURNITURE AT A BARGAIN IS AT THE NEW I ESTABLISHMENT OP Cr ay|p n MAIN STREET, . | LL,opposite M. Wineland's Cloiliin- House. Walnut, Poplar ami Cherry Chamber Suits. A magnificent Display of Hand some Parlor, Diningroom, Bedroom and ll.ill Furniture. Cabinet Making In all its branches. ■ I would call your attention to my $ $ $ % Uiidcrtsiking Department. Mctnlic, Walnut and Rosewood Caskets ”aß|. , ami Collins. Burialßobesand Shrouds o( all descriptions always on hand. WSwP^' , rl have the finest Hearse in Western | tn? Maryland and at all funonls 1 attend person* I ,/r V7 I V V/'IW ally thereby relieving the relatives of the do- Y censed of till trouble in the premises. Call and inspect my slock and got low prices for what you want. Mar 4-tf C. F. NICJKKL. Short Line Passenger Trains. Commencing Wortnrsduy, .limo 7, 18S3. (By Philadelphia timo, which is 5 minutes ' earlier than Baltimore lime.) Daily, Sundays excijilcd. LEAVE CUMBERLAND— For Lonaconing, 0.00 a. n>., 930 a. ui. j and 3 45 p. m. For Bedford, Pittsburg, Philadelphia | aud New York, 9.00 a. in. and 1 55 p. m. LEAVE LONACONINQ -7.40 a. m., 13.15 p. m., lor Cumberland, j couneoting closely for Bedford, Pittsburg. | Philadelphia and New York ; ami at 5.30 p. ra. for Cumberland. Sunday Trains. LEAVE CUMBERLAND- For Lanacouiug, 9.30 a. in. aud 8.40 p. m. LEAVE LONACONING— -18.10 p. m., and 0.80 p. in. for Cumber land, (Excursionists for DAN’S ROCK can leave Cumberland any week day at 0.00 or 9.80 a. m. Sundays at 0.30 a. m. only, and returning leave Vale Summit any day J at 13.44 or 5,59 p. m. JAS. A. MILLIIOLLAND, June 17 General Manager. | PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, (BEDFORD DIVISION.) ON and after Jan. 23,1883, Passenger Trains arrive and depart as follows; ,—LEAVE , STATIONS. ,—ARRIVE —. I Mall. Exp. Exp. Mail. A. M. P. M. I’. M. P. M ÜBO 315 Cumberland 100 10 35 904 249 Hyudman 13 31 051 A. M. 10 00 350 Bedford 11 30 850 P. M. 13 25 015 Huntingdon 910 030 340 740 Altoona 745 13 35 r. si. a. M. 85013 01 Pittsburg 100 835 A. M. r. M. 430 11 30 Harrisburg 400 335 j A. M. P- M. A. M. 735 305 Philadelphia 1130 1135 10 35 015 New York 800 765 > —ARRIVE —' ' LEAVE —’ NOTE.—Time here given is Pennsyl vania Railroad (Philadelphia] time, which five minutes faster than Baltimore timo. No change of cars between Cumberland sud Huntingdon. Through cars between Huntingdon and Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg. Passengers from points east of Hyndmau, for Somerset, take Ex press train west; change curs at Hyndmau, and arrive at Somerset at 4.55 p. m. Tickets sold and baggage checked by : PETER NOON, Agent, corner of Haiti- j more and Liberty Streets, Cumberland, and at the depot. ‘ ’Bus will call at resi- j deuces for passengers and Laggnge, on j notice left with agent. J. R. WOOD, General Passenger Agent, i Tuos. A. Hounds, Superintendent. Juu 38 (.-.uiberlaud & Pennsylvania Railroad NE I7 TIME TABLE r no TAKE EFFECT L MouGay, Nov. 13, Passenger trains leave Cumberland at 9.15 a. m. ami 3.40 P. m. Frostburg, east, 7.10, a. m., and 13.43 p. m. “ west, 10.13, “ “ 4.40 “ SCHEDULE: r— LEAVE—■> STATIONS r— ARRIVE—, A.M. |A. M. A- VI. P.M 0.15 1 11.40 Piedmont 11.15 5.45 0.30 11.55 Barton 10.03 5.25 | P. M. 0.401 12.10 Louacouing 10.42 5.13 6.55 13.35 Ocean 10.30 4.57 7.10 I 13.43 Frostburg 10.13 4,40 7.401 1.13 Mt. Savage 9.40 4.14 7.48 1 1.19 Barreivilio 9.40 4.00 VOO I 1.30 C. A I’. .1 unction 0.29 3.55 '5 | 1.45 Cumberland 9.15 3.40 -ARRIVE—' x—leave P. L. BURWELL, Nov 27 General Superintendent. cTe 0 . A . W 1 N E IIT, Druggist, FROSTBURG, ML. J.JEADQUARTERS lor Drugs, Medicines, PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, Fine Toilet Nolioim, WALL PAPERS—endless variety of pretty patterns, WINDOW GLASS—aII sizes, etc. Prescriptions promptly and carefully compounded. BEALL’S BLOCK, FROSTBURG, MD. May 7—tf j BALTIMORE A OHIO RAILROAD. I ON and after May 31,1883, trains will I arrive aud depart as follows : Cti VI it I dll LAND. i ARRIVE I WESTBOUND TRAINS | DEPART 13:35 ain I No. 34 Express. 1 I 3:33 am I No. 3 Express. | 3:38 am 0:51 am | No. 8 Express. I 7:07 ain I No. 0 Aecom’u. | 0:35 a m No. 14 Mail. I 3:30 p m No. 10 Express. | 3:47 pm I ARRIVE 1 BASTIIOUND TRAINS \ DEPART i 1:20 a m 1 No. 3 Express, 1:31 a m No. 23 Express. 3:00 a m 8:15 a in) No. 11) Mail. 8:20 aru 9:33 a m I No. 5 Express. 9:50 a m 4.45 pm No. 1 Express. 5:03 pa. 7:23 pm j No. 7 Accom’n. Nos. 0,14,7 aud 19 daily except Sun days. All oilier trains daily. May 27 J. F. LB.QGE,Agent. [PITTSBURG”]DIVISION.] ON aud aftcr.Nov. 39,1881, 'passenger trains on the Pittsburg Division of • the Baltimore ami Ohio railluad will run as follows: CuaUwlaml. WEBTEOUNI). v^Tg . 2.52 p. m I No. 10 Mail. I 10.00 p. m 10.40 .1. in J No. 2 Express. | 0.20 a. m iferg. k-v-inui...). uufcfea. j 8.60 a. m 1 No. 1 Mail. i 3.35 p. ra i 9.10 p. m | No. 3 Express. | 3.35 a. m j Local accommodation train leaves Cum ' lierland for Cuoncllsville at 0.30 a. m.; ro j turning arrive Cumberland T.Otip. m. On and alter Nov. 20, 1881, trains on the Somerset and Cambria Branch will rnu as follows: Northbound—Leave Rockwood at 6.00 a. m. and 13.40 p. m.; Somerset, 030 mu 11.15 p. in., arrive Johns town 8.30 a. in. and 3.05 p. m. South bound—Leave Johnstown, 0.16 a, m. and 3.25 p. m ; Somerset 11.05 and 5.15 p. in., arrive Rockwood, 11.40 a. m. and 5.50 p. | m. All trains run daily. THOMAS M. KING, General Snp't. E. D. Smith, Passenger Agent. Doc 3 ORDERS RT THE County Commissioners. VT the meeting of the Comity Commis sioners, hold'Juno 9,1883, the follow j lug orders were passed: In Relation to Feesol Coii.s<iililo.. ! Whereas, It lias come to the notice of : this Board that it is the practice of the Jus tices ot Hie Peace in the city of Cumber land to issue process hi criminal cases to persons other than the regularly appointed constables of this county to lie executed by | such persons in the capacity of acting con stables, thus depriving tin' constables ap : pointed by this Board of business that rightfully belongs to them, and putting it, into the hands of persons not contemplated I by law, it is thereupon, this ninth day of i J une, 1883, by the Board of County Com missioners of Allegany county, ordered, That after Hie present June lev y this Board will not levy or pay any bills to any per son except the sheriff or regularly appoint ed constables for serving criminal process from any Justice of the Peace whatsoever, and the Clerk ot this Board is hereby di lectod to send a copy of this order to each of the Justices of the Peaceol said city and to cause same to he published in each ot the city papers. In Relation to Fees of .Magistrates iu Peace Cases. Whereas, it Inis been the custom here tofore for the Justices of the Peace of the county to c urge, and iu many eases to he levied the sum of sixty cents as for a trial or judgment iu taking the recognizance in tin case of pence warrants, mid— Whereas, We are advised Hint such charge is under the l;.w wholly illegal, it Is thereupon ordered, This Dili day of June, 1883, by the County Commission! rs of Al legany county, that such charges in the fu ture will be disallowed by tins Board, and the Clerk of tins Board is directed to send to each of the Justices of the Peace in Hie county an attested copy of this order. June 17 L. T. DeWTTT, Clerk. Haver taltotoeursnnykWnMrlleiwwiat- . 1 aoyvur; Mjo, (ItiC.-m., uf tils liliuKlur. .„™, IncoKtiiieuco ot urine, (we JiK? tio *>o) ■ Pit ulna. Is ft |niblltv>i cure. aSSgaSSSTg B P In errors of youth. Punt* KAlsawejinp. For brlr.k-duH or olher talw 11 mi t ® 1 Fur nervoua 'pro"! rl>y oxccb- I give natural or unnatural sosmtl a Pjeuun.v in n sure euro. SfifTTfu—.■tSSth S ■ Aged and who arc tilHiuroeu too irofurjnflv. ntnh'ht. tomnk water, can 9 roly Implicitly <>:i ruu’RA. Ifc For urinary dlMaRO* of both hpxps, for f<v mnlo roDmlafnltt ct all Uii'dfl. pKituyA 1h a!. * g,t illooo , NV wftF m not restore or at least greatly bout lit. 7” | * k Bond lor a pamphlet. - It. HAUTMAN & CO., Octom, Ohio. R ’ B Keep your bowels regular with Dec B-y Hardware, Woetlenware, ele. “THE" MAMMOTH Hardware —AND— Stove House I Continues to carry the usual large and well-assorted stock of GENERAL ! Hardware, Heating I Cooking STOVES, AND Hm In Profusion. GREAT VARIETY -OF— i I I House Furnishing I HARDWARE. . Latest and most approved NO YELTIES tu thciiAumvAsei: line -AL UA YS ON HAND BJfcC HAPPY AND BUY TUB FAMOUS uma I <%d fi&L, ■ jT I Inducements in prices \ an d Qualities of goods Not to be Excelled. ! Yours Respectfully, Frank C. Baall, ‘‘THE” Hardware and Stove Man. iahkb&kfa&fe k ‘ Jan2l-1y I THE MINING JOURNAL. j J. If. ODER, Editor and Proprietor. j Joseph Womsley, Agent at Eokhnrt. Extra copies, - - - 5 cents, —for sale by W. L. Annan, Frostburg. iMUcc,MainSt.,Kltchliißltrus. Building TERMS Of SUBSCRIPTION ! One Copy, ona year. In advance $1 Sl' " a ix monUm, ” 18 Prosllmrg, July 20. 1.582. Folly in Waiting.— lt is folly to wait until you are in bed with dis ease that may last months, when you can ho cured by a timely use of Par leer's Ginger Tonic. We have knowjt sickly families made the healthiest 1 y it.— Observer. Catarrh.—Rehef in five minutes in every case; gratifying, wholesome relief beyond a money value. Cure begins from first application, and is rapid, radical and permanent. Ask lor Sanford's Radical Cure. Com plete for sl, A New Whim.—Hot water taken by the tumbler full just after rising in the morning, is the latest cure-alt. It is said that it removes dyspeptic troubles, tones the stomach and cleanses the system. It is now sus pected that much of the efficacy of hot water springs is in the heat and not in tho mineral constituents in the water. It is curious that some peo ple can sometimes drink water so hot as to make the skin smart and give pain. We do not vouch for the effi cacy of the now remedy, but then if it does no good it certainly can do little harm. Hula Timex nf Cape May, Beginning with the 38th lost. Cape May put on holiday attire, and from that time until tho close of the season sejomners there will be at no loss for amusement. The famous Baltimore regiment the ‘'sth Maryland,” with three hundred men and a band of forty,are encamped on the 18th and re main until the 2Stb, during which time thcra aru balls in their honor, exhilitiou drills, lawn concerts, pa rades, target osoioises, and all the features incidental to camp life. On the 29th and 30th the Grand Musical Festival will take ( lace, and it is promised by those in charge that it will be tho greatest event of the kind ever held at a watering place. M. Arbucklo, the famous cornet virtuoso, and other distinguished soloists, have already been engaged. Simon Hass ' ler, Carl Sent/, and J. F. Zimmerman will lead an orchestra of one hundred i and twenty-five and a chorus of three hundred voices. The programme will i embrace numbers from the most prom- j inent composers of the Gorman, Ital ian and French schools, and among 1 those already decided on are selections from “Stabat Mater," “The Creation," “Faust,” “Moses in Egypt," “Tho Messiah,” &c. Commencing cn the 29th Inst, there ■ will ba ascensions in a captive bal loon, one of tho largest ever construct ed in this country, for manufacturing ami conducting which tho famous ror ■ onauts Prof. Ohas. E, and John Wise have been engaged. By the attachment of strong cables and suitable machinery, tho balloon will bo held captive and permitted to rise to the heighth of one thousand feet, at which altitude a view of fifty miles in every direction around Gape May will he obtained. These Ascen sions will of course be for the public. Cape May has never baea more pop ular than at present, anil with its beach, which is thefinost in the world, illuminated by electric lights , its im proved ocean drives; beach, railroads, excellent surf, etc., stands number one among the watering places of this country. The Pennsylvania railroad company have arranged to give ex cursions coveting the Musical Festi val from all stations on its lines at less than half the usual rale, the particu lars of which may new be had of the ticket agents. •Hlsccllaneons Advertisements. DR. 0. C. JACOBS^ PRACTITIONER of MEDICINE AND SURGERY (\FFICE in Dr. Oe!/.endaimer’s late office, Broadway, Frostburg, Md. Oct 28-y F O 3=l KENT, PAUL’S OPERA HOUSE STO KE~ROOMS, —AND— r> OOMS ou 2d floor,suitable for Offices' i. Apply to TUGS. 11. PAUL, Mar 11 " Frostburg, Md. AUDITORS NOTIC E. In the matter of the Deedl No. Kqui of Trust from John 'tviutboCircuit F. Workman to ; Court lor Alle- Jno.B. Grove. J guny County. r pilE creditors of John F. Workman are 1 hereby notified to file their claims against him with the Clerk of flic Circuit Court for Allegany county on or before Saturday, tho sth day of August next, as , on that day I will proceed to stale an ac- I count between Itiu trustee and tbo funds in Ids hands, U. W. McMIOIIAEL, July 15 Auditor. Misrellaiieaß* Advertisements. A BIG CRASH! IN PRICES! Everything Way Down BOUND IS SELL OUT MY SUMMER STOCK I respecllnlly invite I lie citizens 01' frostburg anil vi cinity to visit my establishment and examine tho superior stork of Summer Goods, such as STRAW AND FELT HATS! ALL SIZES ! ALL SHAPES ! BOOTS AND SHOES! | Wliieh I have marked down in prices thereby enabling me to dispose of them at once so us to make room for my large fall and winter specialties. The following Goods arc at dost Prices: Ladies Tlaia (laHers, I Forth- SI.OO S’aid at >$ .75 “ “ “ “ 1.25 “ 1.00 “ Tip Ankiet Gaiters, “ 1.75 “ 1.25 “ Congress “ “ 1.00 “ .75 Mens Lmr Cat Shoes, “ 1.75 “ 1.50 “ “ “ “ “ 1.25 “ 1.00 “ Buttoned “ “ 2.25 “ 1.75 “ Hook Bats ;; 1.75 “ 1,25 “ Congress Gaiters, “ 1.75 “ 1.25 Thanking all for the liberal patronage extended to me i:i the past and asking for a eoutiimanee of Hie same, I am yours le. C. HARTMAN, Main St., Frostburg. July 15-tf Hortiriihiiro! Flnrlciiiliiro! I HAVE on baud and for sale at my Tredegar Gardens and Green Houses, i near Allegany Cemetery, all dcieriplious of j S E A. S O XX .A. B X. 73 j I’lnats, F;or.ers mnl Vegetables. May 13 WM. 11. EVANS. I XT O T I C US . \J R. JOHN STOUDAJiT if the aullior [ .'J ized agent for the Pittsburg Labor Tribune for this section. All persons j wishing lo sot'le their suhscrtpltons or ro ; new the same,can do so by calling on him at JOHN CHAMBERS’store. [Oct 8 , ln ' , r or bale. .dll I: V7,I IVRO\ I- ED KI KM I near Ciwsa/iloirn. lil acit> a 1 t>1.75 yoi*acn* ITOR particular - cal! oa >r address the 1 editor of the JOURNAL, May 27 Frostbiirg.Md. *3? BLACKSMITHS ijS Bend for JtfXL Onxuhiß a .HD Prices | ii#'X or tub I jS'il Cheapest Bench Drill | j Mfe-r, Pi the world, llnudrcds in use. Address, Scuocu Tool Works, I Jan2B-Gm Dundee, V. I Over 5000 Druggists AND Have Signed or Endorsed the Following Remarkable Document: Mear.r a.Goabury & Johnson, Ma'intextur inj Chemists, Piatt St., Nov/ York : Gentlemen :-For the past fovrycars wo huvo sold various brands of Poxoud Pias ters. Physicians and tho Public prefer Beiison’aOftnr.iae Pornna Plaab:ir to ull others. Wu consider thorn one of tho very fow reliable household remedies worthy of confidence. They aro superior to all other Porous Plasters or Lm&nonta for external uao. Je nson ;B_Capc inn PI aster is a genuine Ponnacoutical product, of the highest order of merit, and eo recognized by , physicians and druggists. When other remedies fail get a Ben | sou’s Oapciuo Plaster. You will be disappointed if you uso j cheap Plasters, Liniments, Pads or 333e0 j trical hlagnotio toys. A 1 — SITSu ICEiIIBUY AT lIAST. JPrtc* tsetST KtAU'S Mediated CORN eml DUNION PLASTER, 1 April 1-y Property for Sale. / HOUSES AND LOTS in Prostburg I) Cor saIe—CHEAP! Must be sold 1 Fob IS—tf JAMES KANE, Agent. U .T. m.ACKrSTON. .IAS. E. ELLECiOOD BLACKISTON & ELLEGOOD, 1 Attorneys-afc-Law, 3 Washington St., Cumberland, Md. Apr 9-y XBNNY HOUSE, ) > i(‘<liicon(. West Ta., |*T. JKENNI', - Proprietor. 1 r |''nrs Hotel lias one of the tinest Sample i Rooms on line of B. &O. railroad. I Gel 8-y : Wru.iAMUiiACB. Bbnj. A. Richmond 0: ace &. Richmond, A TTORNE YS A T LA IF. OiilceNo. 4 Washington street., CUMBERLAND, MD. XT TILL be in Prostburg regularly every V ♦ Thursday. Junclie | 2 4 to ; Cumird Steamship Co., LIMITED, : I JET WEEN NEW YORK AND LIV -1 > Mill‘DDL, calling at Queenstown each I way. Proposed sailings from Pier 40, North River, New York : Gallia Wednesday Inly 19 Servla “ “ 20 I Scythia “ Aug. 3 | Bothnia “ “ 9 ! Pnrtbi* “ “10 i Gallia “ “23 Servia “ “00 Scyiliiaa “ Sept. 0 Bothnia “ “ 10 1 Catalonia. ... “ “30 Gallia “ “ 27 Servia “ Oct. 4 Scythia “ “ H Bothnia “ “ 18 Cabin passage, lit SO and $5 WO gold ! Storage, S3M. THUS. G. PORTER, July 15 Prostburg, Md. Stoves & Tinware Ij'KEIS. JOHNSON is still active I' and doing a good business at JVo. Jfd Main St., Frosthurg, Where he sells the BEST STOVE i In town. I refer to the well known I “Ironsides!” f Which hi\s the largest oven and is the quickest b\king stove in the market. I also manufacture and keep con stoutly on hand the most substantial and! very best iTinware! TO BE FOUND. Soliciting a cull end an inspection of the i superb New Ironsides Cook Stove and my slock of tinware, I remain yours, Apr 9-y FRED. JOHNSON. Miscellaneous Advertisements. J. RUHL, M. D~ FlinsTDUlia, HAS couflncd his practice entirely to the treatment and euro of CON SUMPTION and all diseases of the Respi ratory system, and will positively attend to no other cases. Office hours, daily from 9 to 11 a. m. (Sundays excepted.) No books kept and cash required for medicine. Cases treated by correspon dence. Office at McNeill’s Drug Store. Aug (1-tf Ai'iiiL Ist, 1879. Recognizing (he fact that the relation ship existing between the Counties o Maryland and the City of Baltimore is such that residents of the Counties have occasion to visit the City frequently dur ing the year; in consideration of these facts and the liberal patronage extended thc“Maltby” in the past, I deem it but a matter of justice tha' some discrimination should bo made in their favor. I have thcrelorccr ncluded to Reducethe Price of Board los2 a day feeling confident that the same will betully appreciated by them, and at the same tlma merit and secure an increased share ol their patronage. Assuring them that nothing will be left undone that can add tolheir comfort during their slay. Rooms without board, 75 cents and up ward per day. C. K. UOUAN.Prop. Apr 5 Resolutions. rpilE following resolutions have been L adopted as a guide for the miners and laboring men of lids coal region : 1. licKolved, That no miner in the em ploy of any Company in this region do any day’s work underground for less than $2.50 per day, and any man that may be called to do any work may make his own contract, but in no case may lie go below tbo standard of laborers’ wages at any mine in which lie is employed; and in no case whatever shall curs be made up; and in nocnsecompulsion boused. ?. Resolved, That one half cent per ton for bhieksmitliing on mid after February Ist 1880, lie the standing price paid. 5. Unsolved, That wo restrict the hours ol iiibor to ten hours per day as a standing day’s work, beginning at 7 a. m. and slop ing at 5 p. m. 4. Resolved, That live curs bo standard day's work for two men. 5. Revolved, That boys at the ago of 13 years arc entitled to a half turn, hut they shall come to the mine and claim said half turn; and that the oldest son of a widow shall he allowed a full turn at the ditcio tion of a majority of the men employed at the mine where such cases may arise provided, the father died while in the em ploy of said company. fl. Revoked, That all timber shall he de livered at the place of working. 7. Resolved, That laying up roads fur pillars and limbering old places be done , by the day at $3.50 per day. ’ 8. Resolved, That all heading work shall be 78 cents per ton, and ten cars fur turn - iug off rooms paid at the same price, i ii. Resolved, That we, your employees shall not maintain any driver or laborer in not performing bis duty faithfully. 10. Resolved, That we shall not sustain 1 any recklessness or carelessness to the de struction of life and property, for should any be guilty he shall throw bimselfliahl to the discretion of the boss and must suf fer the consequences. 1 11. Resolved, That wc shall not maintain any laborer who shall cease before his timu is up; and with respect to the drivers, wo shall not maintain any pulling up at half past four if he should bo required to make i Another tr ip if it should take him to quarto past live; or, in other words, give one dap" and take the other. 12. limited, That should any one bo i discharged it shall lie the duty of any who are able to take ins place until the case is investigated. lb. Resolved, That any man loading over two tons live upon a car shall be skipped one car for each offence. 14. Resolved, That 1C feet shall be the distance to shovel coal before getting a ' road laid up to the excavation. 15. Resolved, That the companies shall furnish the tools usually furnished for dig * glng this coal. 1(1. Resolved, That the distance for min ers to run cars down their rooms ho limit ed to 400 fuel, and, for the first additional 100 feet, lie shall receive 5 cents per ton extra. Over 500 led, heading price to ha paid. fMny7-l.f i I !l BALSAM. ;J t This e!*- Tint tire* ! ~ K similar art IcK*, on ac only that. Tie Lcnclicbl the Youthful Color to Crey or Faded Hair Hair Balsam |s finely and is .1 ? I lizvi, at dfttlen In Urn-* r.ml mllkhc*. PAHKBR’B ' GINGER tONIC f Superlative Health and Slftngth Restorer. If you are a mechanic or fanner, worn out with overwork, or a mother run down by family of house hold duties try Parker's Ginckr Tonic. , If you are a lawyer, minister or business man ex* Imitated by mental strain or anxious cares, do not take int’)xicatingMimulants,btitiisc Parker’s Ginger Tonic If you have Consumption, Dyspepsia, Klieuraa- Ism, Kidney Complaints, oranydmordcrofthclungs, stomach, bowels, blood or nerve*. I’auk ki: ’ s Ging *t r Tonic will euro you. It is the Greatest Blood I miner And the Best and Surest Cough Cura €m Used, If you arc was tins away from age, djssipatmn or any divsnsc or weakness and rerpiii ea stimulant take Ginger Tom •at onto; it will invigorate and build you up front the Inst dose but will never intoxicate. It has saved hundreds of lives; it may save yours. CAUTION I—Rfue nil siil'rtltutes, Parker’*OfnyM*Tonic It *o|wdof*hebftwiiU!iltolag*BUlii the world, nnU Utmiivlj, iJUTi:. nt from preparation* of alone. Svixi lor oireular to Uiarvx At Co., N. y. 50C. !i 4 1 r iw, at daln lu drugri. GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR SIZK. ; I Is nothing like It. Inat Sw-n iuvwg I'uu. I B tun Cologne and look for :.i jnature of i | .... j