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MINING JOURNAL.
FROSTBURG, MD..NOV. 18,1882.
gOHRESPON DEg^DE
POLITICAL HEI'ECTTOXS. 1
Conrlaniont) Drawn from Itrccnl]
Urmiltn,
Washington, D. 0., Nov- 10,1082. |
To the Mining Journal :
The political storm, a most remark
able one, is over, and we may now
leisurely review it* result* and mor
alize thereon.
Politics in the Sixtti Maryland dis
trict seeing to boa sort of en ; gma
We find MoComas elected by a rous
ing majority, while his vote is only 7
more than when he ran against Walsh
six years ago ; is 618 loss than Schley,
a weak democratic candidate, received
two years ago, and is 1,417 less than
the vote given the present member,
Hon. Milton G. Urncr. It shows,
among other things that must be ac
cepted as facts, that statesmen of a
past generation are not in demand;
also, that the general political apathy
which prevails among the people of
Maryland exists in greater degree in
the democratic than in the republican
ranks. The three moat prominent
leaders, Hamilton, Gorman and
Whyte, have each received in their
respective bailiwicks a meal positive
deteat.
As anticipated in my last letter
preceding the election, the democratic
losses were confined to their own
States, and the republicans lost en
tirely in those Stall a wherein they
buve long held almost con
trol. The meaning is self evident—
that when any party holds power for
any considerable length of lime, poli
ticians instead of slatesm n obtain
contro 1 , and no matter under what
party standard they may march, or
what political faith they may affect,
their methods are identical, subver
sive of good government and obnox
ious to the public welfare. Patty
fealty is a most comine dable v.rtae,
but when it degenerates into blind
subservience to | arty lea .era and
places party above country, and pur
tisau advantages above the public
good, it is au unmitigated evil, and
becomes the fruitful source of beseiam,
mal administration, cornipitou, and
all these kindred ills that political
“flesh is heir to." A false not on ol
party loyalty is the only apology
which the honest masses of the coun
try can oiler to excuse them for hav
ing so long itrbeld the dynasties if
Cameron in Pennsylvania, Ccnkling
in New York, Blaine in Maine, and
the would-he political autocrats in
Maryland and other States.
There wan a time when my faiih in
the people ct these Uni'ed States was
shaken to its innermost depth.:. It
wae when they had emerged from a
murderous civil war and seemed to
have surrendered all their iibeities
into the hands of the corruptionists of
the Grant period. As I go a'ong I
want it understood that the republican
party is not to be shouldered with all
the responsibility for that disgraceful
epoch, the notorious Tweed being a
prominent figure in the history of
those limes. But the rebuke admin
istered to tbs administration of our
modern Caesar by the political revo
lution in 1874, which gave as a dem
ocratic House; the election of Tildm
in 1876—a fact which few republicans
now deny; the defeat of the third
term project at Chicago in 1880, and
this new raovo of the peo; !o against
bossism and mal-adminisiralionevery
where, bus r.lived my waning taitli
and it now turns with a strong ami
steady glow. \ r o party can sa; they
own as by hereditary right' this or
that State or district. Rot eson was
defeated in distinct where tiis party
had 3,000 majority; Miles Rosa, on
theothet hand, was defeated where lie
had almost as largo a majority, and
young Harris, in the same Slate,
whose m -jrrity last election whs near
ly 5,000, fiitfereJ an overwhelming |
deleat. <i.aides, in Ohio, wiped out a i
republican majority cf ..early 3,000 in |
his district and canied it by over
2,000. Michigan, a solid republican
State, elected a d> mouratic governor, |
and a majority of the co; greesiounl
delegation are of the same j arty, at-1
though it lias not had a tingle demo- j
cratio tepr sentative trom t..e Sato!
tor a number of years.
No paity here,liter"cun afford to put j
up any but their bist men nd ihe
doctrine of the “survival of tiro fittest” i
must bo recognized as orthodox m j
politics. The attempted remit lection j
of men politically dead—men who
have pioven themselves unwoitny of
public trust, has nevei yet been qui
etly submitted to, and hencelouh will
not be tolerated.
Let us hope that a new and better j
eta in American politics has dawned
upon us, and that a.l, republicans and 1
democrats alike, will recognize the
fact and hail its com ng. Anoh.
Coal is being m.ued at three dif
ferent places in Botetourt count;,
Virginia.
C In Tie if# of the Coal Trade,
New York.—Bituminous coal is in
active demand at full price* ; indeed, 1
dealers and consumers find difficulty
in get'ing their orders filled at any
price; especially is this the case when
•heal..is wanted immediately. Thu
state of things can hardly be wonder
!ed at when the production for tbi>
I year is compare ’ with that of 1881
J I in ny Record.
The bituminous coal operators ali
report an increaaed I usiness, and a
J.fficulty in promptly filling orders li
the cure are scarce, and this keei e
back the supply that would otherwise
be available. There is a firmness in
prices that has not been noticed here
tofore this season, and a good winter’s
trade is likely to be the result.
Freights are high, and although some
of the eastern buyers would be pleas
ed to see a lower range, we hardly
think this is likely to be J.he can, for
there must be a good deal of coal
wanted to judge from the reports o'.
Ihe operators here. We are informed
that the rates of toll will be strictly
adhered to on the Pennsylvania coals
and any one who expects a rebate will
bo out of pocket just as much as they
cut the late.
Clearfield keeps up a fair tonnage
but not up to lad year a average it i
this time, and it not likely that the
three million ton point will be reach
ed this year.
Cumberland tonnage is growing,
and the district will have a fair year’s
output in spite of all the drawbacks
ncca-doned by the long strike.
The operators in Georges Creek coal
are well satisfi d that they will be
j able to command all their old custo- j
mers next se-son, and the prices are j
expected to avi rage somewhat better
tuan they did during the season ol j
1882 —Coal Trade Journal.
There is very little to say regard-|
ii.g ti e b tumi nous coal trade. The !
Clearfield operators are stid practi
cally out of the market, so far as new
oideia are concerned, and are simply
filling their old contract, supplying
any defi tency due to scarcity of car
supj ly by the purchase of occasional
lots ol Cumbet la id coal. For the lat
ter, the demand is good, considering
the supply avsßal 1-*. We quote for
j Cumbet 1 ud $4 75(ji54 85, and for
1 Cleat field, notion illy, $4 [email protected]
I Chicago—The favorable condition
of the bituminous coal trade, noted
in this correi pondenco some weeks
past, continues. Toe demand tor
I j both eastern and western soft coals is
r i good, and, especially for the standard
( | grades, prices rule fairly firm aad
I steady. The constantly increasing
1 area cf the western bituminous coal
! fields is met by largely iucreas.d pop
. | illation ; manufacture*, and number
lea new railroid lines to take the in
creased | reduction of the -mines.
I Nw mines are opening every dav in
i Illinois, Indiana, lowa, Missouri and
other Western Suites, and so large
has been the it ci cased output of the
western mines that, were it not for th*
iucteased need of the western coun
tiy, there would have been before this
\ a glut in the market,and man; mines
would have shut down. No change
is to be noted in the situation as re
gards Cumberland aud Piedmont. The
demand toi the latter grade is good,
ami prices film under a light supply.
Philadelphia. —The bituminous
trade is very good, considering the
continued trouble to get cats in suffi
cient number, which tlie trade has
now experienced for nearly two
months. T bi;i difficulty is tbecbfouio ;
complaint cf bituminous men, and i
will most like y continue to be for;
amity years to c 'me.
B STON Bituminous coal is in
good demand, and trom quarters that I
tanuol oo long without acm go. The
orders are small, but are quite au sat- |
ielactoty to dealers in the present!
scarcity ot vessels. Clearfield men
continue busv with their contracts,
aud t-e New Rivt r coat people here
i arc in tba same box. The market bus
\ to (haw iq on toe Cum! eriand dealers,
j wno re s.ill giving f. o. b. prices ol |
|sß [email protected]$3 [email protected]&3 30 t Baltimore and j
Geo.g town. Now that the Cumber
| la id opmators ore wholly shut out of
Philadelphia, more coal will come
j ;rom Gorgetown than heretofore,
i Tier* is m active trade reported;
j sticks f ir with Urge consumers ; re
j tail trade active for anthracite and
good lor Cumberland. It is claimed
| that Gle.ufi id is still sold at cut rates,
j —New York Coil.
How to Avoid Drunkenness.—
Forbid ;ntol tea ting nostrums ami use
P.rk-r’s Ginger Tonic in your family
Tbis d licious iou.ody never intoxi
cates, is a tine blood and train food,
j and aidug ali the vital functions nev
| er fa Is to invigorate.
Clear bead aud voice, easy breath
mi, sweet breath, perfect smell, taste
and lie-ring, no cougb, no distress.
These are conditions brought about
in catarrh by the use of Sanford’s j
Radical Cure. Complete treatment
for sl. |
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.
Good Words i rohi Druggists.—
“Malt Bitters are the best ‘bitters.’ ”
“They promote Bleep and allay ner
vousness.”
“Best Liver and Kidney medicine
we sell.”
“They knock the ‘Chills’ every |
time.”
“Consumptive people gain Hash on !
them."
“Malt Bitters have no rivals in this |
town."
“Best thing for nursing mothers we j
have."
“We like to recommend Malt Bit-j
ters."
New Zealand is blessed by boun- j
tiful nature in more than one respect
and amongst the treasures thus be- |
stowed not the least considetable are ;
her coal supplies.
Terrible itching and scaly humors
ulcers, sores aud scrofulous swellings
cured by the Guticura and Culicura
Soap (the great skin cures) externally,
and Cuticura Resolvent (blood purifi
er) internally. Ask about them at
your druggists.
The Deer Creek coal mine, near
Fort Benton, Montana, has a 7-foot
vein as shown by an 80-foot drift, and
the coal is of fine quality.
New Advertisements.
STATEMENT
Of Receipts and Disbursements for Public
Schools of Allegany County for the Fiscal
Var ended September ;;o, ISB2.
RECEIPTS:
Balance ou baud Sept. 30,1881. $ 156 10
j State School Tax 16,58# 08
Stale Free School Fund 3,400 85
I State Donations 400 00
(County School Tax 85,000 00
j Sales of Books (white schools).. 3,845 98
I Sates ot Books (colored schools) 09 98
j State Appropriations to Colored
1 Schools 1131 03
| Second National Bank Loan... 6,400 00
I A B. McKaig 50 00
j C M. Association ti 60
i County Appropriation to Baw
ling* School 5 00 j
I Overdraft 180 57
Total $65,669 69
DISBURSEMENTS ;
I Teachers' Salaries $41,171 84
Fuel 1,181 10
bocal Expenses, Schools 15 09
Reut 162 22
, Books aad Stat’onery 8,003 80
Bunding Scboolhouses 8,559 28
' Repairing 1,275 10
. Furu lute, Blackboards, Stoves 1,106 43
I Interest 497 74
1 Salary Seer tury. Treasurer aud
Examiner 1,500 00
1 Per di* mof School Com'is’n’rs 800 00
Office Expmses and Ac’l Buoks 112 75
Printing and Advertising .. .. 157 50
Paid to Colored Sc oola 1,058 22
' Insurance 835 10
. Legal Expenses, Surveying, etc 99 91
School Libraries 40 00
Janili r Union Street School... 157 50
Second Nat'n’l Bank Loan paid 7,000 00
Total $65,669 69
J. W. S. COCHRANE,
Nov 18 Treasurer.
BSS. VAN BOREN'S
LADIES’ TONIC.
A Positive Cure for *ll Female
Complaints,
I ndies' Tonic If.piwparr'l by the Women's Medical In
•tii'iU't.riLiiUo. V. and has been used succesifully
y ladies lur years. It is a lun curt for all Femrdr
- omphiinu. Sick cud Nervoua Headache, Dyspepsia, and
ti! weaknesses caused by those InrguUmws whi< h are
... common to womankind. This is no J'aitnt Medv.iut.
o IS prepared, after years of ciperh n e. and recon 1-
mended, knowing that it willjrivu new life to any htoken
-1 tlwn. worn out on.ver work. 1 mend or of the se*.
1 tfsou .iavc tried other rriuedi’* without success, do
1 -ot be discouraged, but ptve •• LADIES' TONIC" a
ucHtrtlif/.' Hev,rJail * lo give quick uad/etma-
If you are troubled with mny weakness or complaint
'ommontoour aes. lay aside ihe doctor’s prescription
I * r once, and try " Ladies' Toole," which w* guarantee
i f r r '. y , ou -. . 0n ? Boltlo is Sufficient.
Women s Medical Institute Is an Aisouat.on of ICivts
and fitt-thtr i of years’ experience, who give Advice and
anawer letters from ladiea./rrr.
S-. n-will be giver for asiycas® of Female Weakness
r inability which ” Lodles' Tonic" will not cure. Tin.
. ; a ficnaJjd* oner, made byre. •vnsiSU iad.es who know
from /rr.<.,.r wh.a "LADIES’ TONIC" can do.
( bend stamp tor circulars.
9oM by Druggist*. Prio, SI.OO.
IP YOU WANT
Picture Frames,
ALBUMS, EASELS, STEREOSCOPE
OR STEREO VIEWS,
OR any Fancy or Ornamental Articles,
go to—
A. A. ROGERS,
On Broadway.
SELLLYG~AT COST!
Notice (i Fee Price* —Pine Cbromos, 23x
80, in solid walnut P ames, sl, Some 1-
oak frames at 75 cents. "First taster
Morn” aud ‘‘First Christmas Morn.” in
gilt from s, $1.40 a (air, former pric*
$2.50. Tliis is away below cost.
COME EARLY AND GET BARGAINS
Nov 18-tl
I 1840 ~ 188
Duiiard Steamship Co.,
LIMITED,
Between new vork and Liv
erpool, calitngat Queenstow-n each
way. Purposed sailings from Plei 40,
North River, New York;
Catalonia. ~ .Wednesday Nov. 29
Gallia “ Dec. 6
S.rvia “ l3
B'-ylhia " 2O
Bothnia “ “ 37
Cabin passage, *BO and 8100 Mold ;
Storage, 838.
I HOB. G. PORTER,
Nov 18 Fn.stbuig. Md.
I JL>r. A. B. PRICE
HAS REMOV ED to me n sideuce . f
Dr W. U Raveußcrafl,2do..r*sbovu
I U. E, Church. [Not 18— 9m
Jiew Advertisements.
Soldiers, Attention !
Milo b. stevens & ro., the well
known vVar Claim Attorneys, will be
represented at
Cumberland, Md., Friday and
Saturday,Sor, 24 and 2A,tSS2,
by theirSpeeial Agent,,l.l’. BECKERLK.
Soldiers and others inlercsted in elaiiuii
for Pension. Increase • f Pension, Arrears
ol Pay and Bounty of those charged with
desertion, or other claims, it i- imped, w dl
give him a call. Mb. BECKERLE’S
whereaouls may be ascertained Irom the
Clerk ol the C. urt. [Nov U—2t
dtaetllaueui. Advertlaeniei.ts.
SIMS HOUSE,
I JIEDMuNT (Baltimore and Ohio im.
i oad,) Wear! Virginia,
Nov 7 J P A BNTLRB Peon’.
Williamßrscr. Bknj A. Richmonp
Brace & Richmond,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W.
OfflccNo.4 Washington street,
CUMBERLAND. MD.
WILL be in Frostburg regularly evert
Thursday June 30-
GOOD PICTURES.
WE arc again at our post and expect a
Phst-Class Assistant to help us keep
up our largely increasing business.
We use the new piocess (Lightning).
Sittings made in a flash—no staring and
no head rests. Bring along the cables;
they can’t move too i(Uick for us.
All lesiring good pictures of any clars
know where they cau be suited Evi ry
tiody come and see us, come early and
often. A. A. ROGERS,
Oot2l-tf 'I he Artist.
NIGHT SCHOOL
Open Tuesday Even's. Oct. 10, 188-2.
FOUR NIGHTS A II 'IIEK.
SI per Month.
EACH PUPIL FINDS HIS LIGHT.
Apply to—
Miss ALLIE U. HARTZELL,
Oct T-tl F.oitborg, Md.
Photography
MUST 'IAKE A BACK SEAT
VS long as I can furnish the finest
Crte-de-VJsltes,
CABINET,
IMPERIAL,
and PANEL
PICTURES
At Cheap Prices.
At my establishment on Broadway can
bo found all styles of Can’s, Frames,
1 Chromos, &c.; in iact anything to be lo u nd
1 in a first-class art emporium.
Now is tbe time to order your pictures,
i A A. ROGERS.
Apt 29-y Broadway, rostburg, Md.
Stoves & Tinware
1 JOHN SOM is still active
1 and doing a good business at
No. Jj-d Maut St., Frostburg,
Where he sells the
REST STOIfE
In town. I refer to the well known
“Ironsides!”
Which has the largest oven aid is the
quh kest baking slo c in Iho market.
I also manufacture and keep con
slantly on lianu tbe most substantial and
very best
Tinware!
TO BE FOUND.
Soliciting a cull and an inspection of tbe
superb New Ironsides Cook Stove and
my stock of tiuwan, I r< main vouis,
Apr 0-y FRED JOIINnON.
THE WINTER OF 1882
Is Rapidly Approaching
\T E THAT HAVE BEEN BUYING
1 comm-m and i.Hitting clothing, and
have been growling and grumbling because
of it, remember that no melt complaints
arc heard ii'-out tin Splendid lining
and well mde lolliing that
comes from
HARRY (J. COLBORA’S
Mecchwat Tixllortiiff KntahU*hmvnl,
Next Door to St. Cloud Htlei, Frostburg.
SUITS TO ORDER from a line of For
eign and Domestic Su lings, bought East
and West, that for Neatness, perfection of
Coloring, cx.ollence of Quality and Low
Prices
WILL WIN EVERT TIME,
and young man don’t you forget it. A |
I lea-lire to show Hi mto you. Cmne mid j
see them. H. C. COLBURN,
Nov 4-tf Frosihurg.Md. I
THE
Savings and Loan Association
of frostburg, md.,
An Institution Organized under the Lawn
of Maryland.
/ kFFERS SPECIAL ADVANTAGES
* /to ail who desire hy mull depo.-lls to
Invest thrir saving- in real etlate and other
absolutely safe seelin' ies.
To borrowers it extends the full par
value of its shares at tbe legal isle ol <1 per
Cinl,, repayable bv weekly instalment .
Ail profits divided pro lata 1 1 depositors
—to borrowers as to those lor whom the
Association does not in advance redeem
shares
tST By an Act ol the last General As
sembly special powers were gntnud tins
Association enjoyed by no similar iustitu
lion m the county.
Entiy fee per sharo 50 cents
Weekly dues per share 25 “
“ interest per share 15 “
Par value of shares $131)
Apply to Secretary at Jouunal office
for turtber information.
B. STEiiN, Pn sidout.
J. BUHL, Vi e-President.
J. B. ODER. Secietiry.
JAMES KANE, Treasurer.
WILLIAM BRACE, Attorney.
D. AIUUTBONO, JoU.N N. I.U.NHON, OW£N
Uitoui.ns, Jusai'u Tuslu, Diuciurs.
Oet 2d
Miscellaneous Advertisements.
KENNY HOUSE,
Plrdmvnl, Ileal Va.,
T. KENNY, - Proprietor.
I 'IIIS Hotel lias one of the finest Sample
Rooms on line of B. & O. railroad.
Got 8-y
Horticulture I Floriculture!
J HAVE on band and for sale at my
L Tredegar Gardens and Green Houses,
near Allegany Cemetery, all de criplions of
SEASONABLE
Pin Is, F.otiers -ml Veg tables.
May 13 WM. H. EVANS.
New Till oring isuse.
IfIAVE JUST OPEN ID A NEW
Merchant 'I allot lug Estbll-limenl
on Main street, n -rtli, two di ors west of j
•t ai. r i-treei I, utiles and Griille
itieii'a Tailoring; done, such ns l.
dies Jackets, U1 lets. Do mans, etc., and 1
Genii. men’s Suits, m fir t■class style andat {
reasonable rates. Ac II and trial solicited.
Nov 4 B. T. JEWELL.
FOB. KENT.
PAUL'S 111 mi; 1 IIOLSk
STOKE - ROOMS,
—ADD —
I ) OOMB on 2d floor, suitable for Offices
II Apply to THUS. H. PAUL,
Marti Frosthurg, Md.
.1 DM i xis Tit A rotrs sor ice.
' I Mils IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the
I subsenb. r has obtained from the Or
phan's Court of Allegany county, Mary
hiid, letters testamentary on the estate of
Mn- ANNA M. WARD,
deceased. All persons having claims
against the deceased are warned to ox
lid it iht! s -nir, with the vouchers there
of duly imtliuLlmated, to ti e subset iber—
On on Bkpobe May Ist, 1883.
They nicy otherwise by luw he excluded
from all benefit ol the sdd estate. All per
sons knowing themselves Indebted to -aid
cs'Hte are requested to make linuicdlnlo
pymeut Given under my hand Ibis
25 lulny of October, 1882
GEORGE W WARD,
Oct 28-31 Administrator.
(iEO. A. VV INGEU 1,
Urusrarist,
FROSTRURG, MD.
for
Drugs, SVledicmes,
PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS,
Flue Toilet Motion*),
WALL PAPERS—endless variety of
pretty patterns,
WIMDOW LASS-alI sizes, etc.
Prescriptions promptly and
carefully campon n (led.
BEALL’S BLOCK, PROSTBURQ, MD.
May 7—if
REMOVAL!
Notice to My Patrons!
HAVING removed my Tailoring Es
tablishment to
Grantsville, Md.,
I would state to my patrons and the citi
zens of Frost' urg generally tint I WILL
BE IN FROSTHU RG
First Monday After Pay
IN EACH MONTH
With a fine sample of goods for the pur
est'of receiving ortle s for suits of Cloth
ing. A PERFECT PIT GUARANTEED
or money refunded.
A. LOEWENSTEIN,
Pcb2s-lf Grantsville, Md.
DR. C. C. JACOBS,
PRACTITIONER OF
MEDICINE AM)SIRGEHY
(\FFICE ui Dr. Ge zendanner’s lab
* office. Broadway, Frostburg, Md.
Oet 23 v
J. RUHL, M. D.,
FROSTRURG, MD.,
i AS confined his practice entirely to 1
I the treatment and cure of CON- |
SUMPTION and all diseases of the Rcspi- (
mlory system, and will positively attend j
to no i liter Cases.
Office hours, daily from !) to 11 a. in. ;
(Sundays excepted)
No hocks kept and cash required fur |
medicine. Cases treated by eoi respon
dent'll.
Office at McNeill’s Drugstore.
Aug (l-tf
BRICK.
I \I’E are now prepared to furnish mil
I EXCELLENT QUALITY of
BRICK
IN ANY QUANTITY!
fyO-ders left with either •
JAMES 11. WARD,
at Botden Shaft, or
ALBERT HOLLE,
in Frostburg,
Will Receive Prompt Allenlion
July 22
$ I 0.00
REWARD
'I'HE above REWARD will be given for
I POSITIVE miniumlion tnat will IN
EVITABLY lead to the DETECTION,
ARREST and CONVICTION of any par
ty, or parti s, known to DEFACE, RE
MOVE, or in any maruer to wantonly or
ualictously TAMI’EI villi my
AtlMTliHliiK Sign ard.
FRANK 0. BEALL,
•Mammoth’’ Hardware, Wooden Ware
and Stove Store,
Lowndes A Clary's old stand,
Feb 1 Frostburg, Md.
U. Hiui man's Boot, Slioa*. Hat anti i ap Aniionmt’ineni
READ THIS CAMPAIGN DOCUMENT!
Every Dollar Spent is Money in Your Pocket!
GREAT REDUCTION IN TRICES OF
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps
Trunks and Valises!
Having Just Returned from the East with the
Largest and Best Selected Stock
ever brought to II ester// Manila ml, an<t haring bought
direct from the manufacturers, enables me to
SELL CHEAPER
than ann other house in this section of the Stale,
Following are n ol* >f.v I’rices:
Did if s’ Pine Button Shoes Men’s Waterproof Boots $/i,iiO
do do Lace Shoes 1.00 do Heavy do 2.00
do Heavy Shoes 1,00 do Kip do 2.9 H
Misses’ do do Hli Boy’s do J,/iO
Children's Heavy Shoes Jli Youths’ do I.HtS
Men’s do do 1,00 Children's do 1,00
do Bay Statu do t.'ii Men’s Gum do U.'iH
do Dixon’s Mining Shoes J.7S L dies’Gum Shoos 40
do Buttoned do 2,00
All Goods Are Correspondingly Low !
/ am determined to sell m y IMMENSE STOCK a t
such figures that trill fully convince anti person who
will give me a call that then are
BEYOND COMPETITION
by any house in this County.
DON’T FORGET THAT
Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises
GO ALONG AT THE SAME HATES.
C. HARTMAN,
Wlain St., Frostburg.
/ AM ALSO AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED
LADIES’ CARLISLE
GLOVE-FITTING SHOES!
Ask for J. W. BRIG HAN <S- CO'S
Hand-i Made Boots,
Which are Pronounced to be the
VERY BEST
MADE IN THIS COUNTRY.
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