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J. B. ODER, Editor and Proprietor, TWELFTH YEAR.—NUMBER 21. Miscellaneous Advertisements. 18. T, J'E'W’EXjL, had Sc* and (lenllcnicn'* Merchant Tailor, MAIN ST., FROSTBURG, MD. Maker of n kinds of ladies 1 .larkels, llniaii. Lis ters and Wrappers*. GENTLE MEN’S Siiils in the Newest Styles. Samples of Foreign and Domestic Goods of Excellent Quality and Low Pri ces always on l and. Alterations and Re pairs Neatly Done. [Feb B—y fiv i. LJZMSHHm SfIIWMWBBWB PACKER’S I HAIR BALSAM 1 | >c " e ** c * a J rcSs * n K H tv and rich perfume. It U imggk iiPiitoros to (rny Hair VV'yVoutliful Colors NOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN r piIAT I imve discontintied the JL Butchering business lor the winter for the purpose of collecting my outstanding bills. I hope that all to whom bills are pre sented will respond cheerfully. A part if not all will bo thankfully received from time to time. Those wishing to make payment can find me at my BRICK MEAT SHOP on Broadway every Mil turd ay. All bills not settled by tho Ist of April will be placed in the hands of another col lector. [Dec 23] AV. 11. BEPLER. Fine Dentistry. DR. L. BTwiLSON’S NEW SYSTEM OF EXTRACTING TEETH WITHOUT PAIN, No. 17 North Liberty Street, CUMBERLAND, HD. ])EAUTIFUL and durable operations on ) Natural Teeth. Bad breath cured. Artificial Teeth inserted without covering the entire palate. Light, natural and com fortable artificial appliances for sunken cheeks, and facial deformities. Old loose and broken sets repaired while wailing. Office open every night until 10 o'clock. Fifteen years of practical experience and a graduate of the Baltimore College ot Dental Surgery. Feb 11-y OEO. A. WINOEUT, Unionist, FROSTBURG, MD. TJEADQUARTER3 tor Drugs, Medicines, PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, Fine Toilet Notions, WALL PAPERS—endless variety of pretty patterns, WINDOW GT.ASS—aII sizes, etc. Prescriptions promptly and care fatly compounded. BEALL’S BLOCK, FROSTBURG, MD. May 7—tf Will.RE TO BE CURED. Dr. ROBERTSON, SO N. LIBERTY ST., BALTIMORE, MD "| 'HE must reliable and successful sped- I alist tit Ibis country, with 20 years ex perience In special treatment ot all acute and chronic diseases of the Urinary Organs of t ho Nervous System, Organic and Semi nal Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, lm potency (loss of sexual power.) Nervous Trembling, Shyness, Wasting of Body, Palpitation-of Heart,&c., caused by early abuse or excess of married life, quickly cured by newly-discovered remedies that have never failed. Gonorrhoea, Gleet and Stricture quickly cured. Syphilis lu all its stages, Syphilitic Ulcers of the Body, Hu mors, Blotchc- on the Face, Ulcers in Nose ot Throat positively cured, and the poison entirely eradicated from tho system with out the use of Mercury. Dr. Robertson is a graduate ot the University ot Maryland. Refers to leading physicians of Baltimore, liis native city. All Female Complaints and all Irregularities quickly removed. Correspondence strictly confidential. Medicine scut to any address packed free from observation. A cu e guaranteed in every case placed under my treatment. Enclose stamp lor toply, [Dec 28 SS! BUFFALO, NX THE ONLY ASSOCIATION Of PROMINENT Lady Physicians 11ST THE WOULD. Thifl Institution was formed for tho sole pur pose of treating tho diseases of women. It is composed only of physicians who have obtained a leading rank in the profession by their jioknowle'lged ability and success, and who have made the health and diseases of women a study for vears. Ladles can bo successfully treated at home, without any other expense than the cost of the medicine. Advice by mall free. Send stamp for circulars and testimonials from ladies who have been permanently cured. “LADIES’ TONIC" Ib the Favorite Proscription of the Women’s Medical Institute for Prolapsus Uteri, or Falling of the Womb. or Whites: Inflammation and Ulceration of tho Wqmb; Irregularities, Flood ing, Amenorrhooa or lack of monthly visita tion, Weakness in the Hack and Stomach, Faint ness, Nervous Prostration, Dyspepsia, Kidney Complaints, Barrenness, and as atonic during Pregnancy, at regular periods through change of life, and for the general debility of women.' It positively gives quick c md permavc-ut relief. One Pint Bottle is SulTlolorit, Sold by Druggists. Price, SI.OO, Miscellaneous Advertisement*. ' J. SEMMES DeVECMON, ■ Attorney-at-Law, ■Tan —v CUMBERLAND. MD. We Have Little ; TO SAY, : BI T UREJI Toil WISH TO PURCHASE EITHER A MONUMENT, Toiubslone, Coping, Irou Fence, Mantel, Grate, or Terra Cotta Pipe, WE WILL INSURE YOU THE O VERY BEST IN THE MARKET FOR THE LEAST POSSIBLE PRICE. .A., kl. Dec 33 Cnnibrrlnnd, Md. Winding Up the Clock. When the Weary Wheels wore Almost Still, a Lucky Ac cident Reveal* the Lost Key. “How long did you say you had it?" “Twenty-five years.” “Wh at 1 a bad cough, with occasional attacks of hemorrhage, for twenty-five years f Why, man, it’s a mercy that there’s a dozen pounds loft of you I” Abraham. Oruer, of Higheplrc, Dauphin county, Pa., stuck to his statement, and when the exclamations of wonder ceased, he added; "Exactly. You’re right. It is a mercy. Rut the greatest mercy of all is Hint, befoie I nctuallv coughed myself out of existence, 1 got hold ot Pakkuk’s Ginger Tonic,- and a tew bottles of It cured me." "Cured !you ? Relieved you,you mean V” “I mean what 1 say; it cured me,” said Mr. Ornet, simply. I feel like another man.” Please lake especial notice: Parker's Ginger Tonic is not a mere euenee ot gin ger ; not a mere stomachic. The ordinary preparations of ginger are beneficial lor transient aches, hut at that point their val ue end*. Parker’s Ginger Tonic covers a fur wider and totally diffeicnt (icld. It attacks and dissipates radical and chronic diseases of the Lungs, Kidneys, Liver and Nerves. It is us delicious to the pal ite ns it is prompt and eflectivc in operation. Ginger is only one among many powerful curatives which the Tonic holds in combi nation. Test its virtue for that cough of yours, or lor any of the tils wliielt require an mvigorant Ibr the whole system. And above all, do not peimit yourself to bo misled. Pahker’s Ginger Tonic stand* alone. Nothing else is “just the same,” or “just as good.” Prices 50 cents and sl. Economy in buying the larger size. Htscox & Co., New York. [F3-4t THE CUMBERLAND Telephone Company. r |MIE Cumberland Telephone Company A herewith present to the patrons a cor rected list of subscribers to the Exchange. In doing this we return our sincere thanks for tho encouragement given the enterprise by our subscribers and the gen eral public Our aim has been to give effi cient service and we shall endeavor to merit their patronage in the future; Adams Express Hillman, F X Alien, W T Maryland Coal Co American Coal Co Mil ho'land Jas A Baltzoll & Rouss Maroan, E Beall, RA&Co MeKuig’s Foundry Beall, Mrs Win R MeKaig’s Law office B and O Express Morgan, T P B and O Freight Magnifier, Dr OAY Boyd, A Hunter New Central Coal Co Brace, Dr C H Noon.P Brace & Richmond Orrick, J C & Son Brady’s Mills Obr, Dr C XI Bruce, Dr .1 J O’Donnell, ,1 T> Bruce, W-Uev. office Pa id’s Foundry Brandler, JN M Paul, TII, Frostburg Blattau, John A Pcnn’a R R in Md Beall, Baush &Co Post-filce (Ftoslbnrg) Porter, Dr H Virgil Beall, F C, FrostburgPorter, Dr K V, res Campbell, AV P & CoPrice & AVillisou City Hall Price, AV M Cook’s Mill Pompey Smash (pub- Court House lie station) Coulcbiin Bros Percy, D G, Frost’rg Ooulchan, J& T Payne & Co, Frost’ig Consolidation Coal Rawlings Station Co office Ridgcley, Cbas Consolidation Coal Rohrer, LD, office Co wharf Rohrer, L D, mill C& O Canal office Rawlings, QM Cumbe’audCcuicutCoßoundUousu G C & C Daily News By land, A J Daily Times Ryan, J, Lonaconing Dixon, John T Rayan, D Daugblrey.P H & Coltyau & Bro, Pekin Harrow & Co Sanders, John W Ese, E D Sander, J AV, res Fronbiser & Co Bemmes, R T & Oo Farrell, Mrs M Seay, C A Fimsbntz. HUF Second Nat Bank Plury & Son Shinholl, J W Frostburg Exchange Sbnver, E T Fulton, JA& Co Spiar, Dr JAV Gordon As Sen Sloan,D AV Gramlicli, F M Sloan & Sloan, Ocean Gaffney, J P St Nictiolas Hotel Gas office StPeter&Padg Cli’cb Gas Works St Thomas Hospital Oaskell & Evcrstiuo Splndlcr, Lewis Hast, John T Schmitt, Rev V F Healey, Dr Tbos M Frostburg Hein As Co Sloan & Co, Lonaco’g Hein, P Sloan & Co, Ocean Henderson, Qco, jr Tbruslou, Mrs G A Hetzcl, C F Tilglinmn, F L Hurabird & Co Trieber, H M Hall’s, (public office) T iylor, T B, res Hadra, Eiward W U Telegraph office Hager, James AVutor works Johnson, RD, res Welsh, E H Johnson, J 8 Weir, Capt John Ladcw, A D Wills Creek Tannery Landwehr, Geo D AVlesel, J P Larin & Co Widmer, J B Lear, D H AV ilson, Dr L B Lowndes, Lloyd, jr AVeber, Henry Lynn, David Weber, H, farm Lichtenstein, 8 Wiley, Dr W W Lonaconing Excb’geYoung, Cbas Ac Sou TERMS. Special line within half mile of Ex change, $4.17 per month. Each addition al half mile sls extra per annum. Messagesto Lonaconing, Frostburg and Pompey Smash, 13 cents. Message and answer, 25 cents. JOHN A. BLATTAU. Superintendent. Edwin D. Eve, Manager. A.N IIS DEPENDENT PAPER. FROSTBURG, MD., SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 17, 1883. Hardware, AVoodenwnre, etc. , ’ VENNOR AND THE *JWISEHCRES>* PREDICT AN UNUSUALLY , SEVERE AND COLD WIN ER. F A WORD TO THE : WISE! Gr T Frank C. Beall, “THE” • Hardware —AND— Stove Man AND BUY A Good, Honest tiiEflTiwg] Stove! —it— AND YOUR “RETURNS" AVILL BE A Warm, Comfortable, HAPPY HOME* AND YOUR Cash Well Invested. K To Equip the Stove, Buy a RELIABLE COAL HOD AND FIRE SHOVEL. A I havethegoods you want —i,— THE GRAND AND FAMOUS ARLINGTON . . ' ''' COOKING STOVES, ARE STILL IN FRONT RANK. Please call aud see me; I am at your service. Frank C. Beall, “THE and Stove Man. Hlscollaneons Advertisement*. (UtteU^ Operates trilhGnergf upon the Kidneys, Liver, Bowel* anil Pore* of the Skin, Neutralizing, Ahsarbing and Expelling Scrofulous, Cancerous and Canker m motes The cause of most human ills; ami curi when physicians, hospitals and all other methods and remedies fail, Scrofula or King's Evil, Glandular Swellings, Ulcers Old Sores, Milk Leg, Mercurial Affections, Erysipelas, Tumors, Abscesses, Carbun cles, Boils, Blood Poisons, Brichl’s Dis ease. Wasting of the Kidneys and Liver, Rheumatism, Constipation, Piles, Dyspep sia and all Itching and Scaly ERUPTIONS Of the Skin and Scalp—such ns Sal- Rheum, Psoiiasis. Tetter. Ringworm, Bar ber’s Itch, Scald Head, Itching Piles and other Disfiguring and Torturing Humors from a pimple to a scrotulitic ulcei, when assisted by CuTtcuna and Cuticuiia Soap, the great Skin Cures. CUTICURA A sweet, unchangeable Medicinal J’lly, clears off all external evidence of B ond Humors,eats away Dead Skin and flesh, instantly nllavs Rollings and Irritations, Soli ins, Soothes and Heals. Worth its weight in gold for all Itching Diseases. CUTICUIIA SOAP And Exquisite Toilet, Bath and Nursery Sanative. Fragrant with delicious flower odors and healing balsam. Contains in a modified form all the virtues of CoTtcnnA, the great Skin Cure, and >s indispensable in the treatment ol Skin and Scalp Dis cuses, mid lor restoring, preserving, and beautifying the complexion and skin. The only Medicinal Baby Soap. Cuticura Remedies arc the only real curatives for Diseases of the Skin, Scalp and Blood. Price —Cuticura Resolvent, $1 per bot tle; Cuticura, 50c. per box; large boxes, $1; Cuticura Medicinal Toilet Soap, 25c. Cuticura Medicinal Shaving Soup, 15c. Sold everywhere. Principal Depot,Weeks & Potter,Boslou 2STARRH Sanford’s Radical Cure. The Great American Balsamic Dlsllla-o linn of Witch Hazel, American Pine, Canadian Fir, Marigold, Clover Blossom, etc., For the Immediate Relief and Permanent Cure of every form of Catarrh, from a simple Hoad Cold or Influenza to the Loss of Smell, Taste and Hearing, Cough, Bioncldtis, and Incipient Consumption. Indorcd by Physicians, Chemists and Med ical Journals throughout the world, as the only complete external and internal treat ment. One Itottlo Radical Cure, one box Catar rhal Solvent and Sanford’s Inhaler, all in one package, of all druggists for sl. Ask for Saneoud’s Radical Core. WEEKS & POTTER, Boston. ■ r o\-Uv<?’ electricity. ■ vVrd/! 70 Gentle, yet Effective, ’ united with Healing ~-“7 "Sf Xx'Cs-L'! ■ Balsam,render Collins' kJMXI V()LT AlO ELEC "y \ '- TRIO PLASTERS one i hundred times superior ai to a'l other plasters for LASTt-" ev:ry Pain, Werkncss I and Infl*;nation. Pficu, 25 coats. Sold I everywhere. [Feb 8-lm Stoves & Tinware . RED, JOHN MOM is still active C and doing a good business at JVo. 49 Main St., Frostburg, Where he sells the BEST STOVE j In town. I refer to the well known “Ironsides!” Which has the largest oven and is the quickest baking stove in the market. I also manufacture and keep con stauily on hand the most substantial and very best Tinware! TO BE FOUND. ■ Soliciting a call and an Inspection of the 1 superb New Ironsides Cook Stove and i my stock of tinware, I remain yours, | Apr U-y FRED. JOHNSON. 11840 188* ' Cun aid Steamship Co., LIMITED, PETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIV IJERPOOL,caIIings! Queenstown each way. Proposed sailings from Pier 40, North River, New York: Bothnia Wednesday Jan 31 Catalonia. ... “ Feb 7 Gallia “ “14 Pavonia “ “ 21 Servia “ “28 Cabin passage, SBO and 8100 gold; Storage, B*B. THOS. G. PORTER, Jan 20 Frostburg, Md. JVb Justice for Workingmen Un der Maryland Laws as Laid Doien by Judge Phelps, The demurrer to most of the counts in the indictment for conspiracy against the striking glass-blowers has been sustained, and only those counts left standing which charge intimida tion, which the indicted men are more than ready to meet before a Jury. At first glance this seems quite a victory for tho workmen in this strange legal contest into which they have been forced, but a closer inspection of the decision shows that it rests on a mere failure of averment in the indictment and not in any broad provisions in the laws of this State assuring equality to all citizens, rich and poor, employer and employed before the law. Had there been any proof that the strikers knew of a contract between the manufacturers and their imported foreign laborers then the whole indictment would have held good, and the men must have prepared for trial under it. Not only in this case, but Judge Phelps distinctly declared that the decision of the Court of Appeals in the Buchanan case is the law cf Maryland, aud be summed np the whole matter thus: “For an em ployee to quit his service before its expiration is a breach of contract. For a third person to persuade or entice the employee to break his contract, for his own profit or his neighbor's injury, is an actionable tort. For a number of peisons to combine for the accomplishment of that purpose is an immediate misde meanor, a conspiracy. ’ Now, this has a fair and plausible sound, and is in the abstract true; but as a statement of law applicable to mod ern disputes between employer and employed it is wide of the mark and calculated to establish injustice and cruel discrimination against the workmen. The old titles of master and servant have not disappeared simply through a dislike on the part of freemen to be called servants, but because they have ceased to repre sent the relation now existing be' tween employer and employed. More and more labor is coming to be treated as something which certain men have to sell, and which certain others want to buy, and the relation between the contracting parties be " comes a purely commercial one v.hich custom makes terminable by either party nearly at will. The old idea of a long contract for service has disappeared and legislation based on it, whether repealed or unrepeal ed, has no application to present customs. These, then, are the conditions and customs on which the relation between employers and employed are largely based, and the courts are bound to take notice of such customs in attempting to apply to existing conditions the laws passed when the old status of master and servant, with long-time contracts, existed. Not only is it true, as declared by Judge Phelps, that to sustain the dismissed counts in the indictment actual knowledge of the existence of a contract must he biougut home to the men indicted for inducing men to break it, but the reasonable pre sumption is there was no contract, since it is not the custom to have such. If there was any contract in this particular case, it was one made in Europe, and it ought not to be binding or euforcible here, since it is in its nature precisely such a one us those which the Unitd StaUs stat utes forbid any one attempting to enforce in this country when made with Chinese coolies. But the practical application of the law r.s laid down by Judge Phelps biings out in clearer light, than can be done by argument its mon strous injustice. Here is a case where, under the American customs as to the relation between employer and employed, a dispute took place between a number of glass manu facturers here in Baltimore and the workmen in their employ, beoauaa of a demand by the latter for such wages as were paid in some other parts of this country. The industry, it is proper to remark, is one of those protected by a high duty, on the pretext that the Federal govern ment must protect American working men against competition with what , the advocates of that system call the pauper labor of Europe. It*is an open contest, and the employers stood together on one side and the employed on the other, each confi dent that the other mail yield. The employers brought all the non-union men they could find here, and did all they could to induce and entice union men in Baltimore to go to them. The workmen stood together and held their own men, and captured as many of the non-union recruits as they could. There was no moral, and can justly be no legal difference between the action of the two parties to the contest. Then finding them selves beaten on American ground the employers combined to send a man to Belgium to entice away from employers in that country a number of these so-called "pauper laborers" of Europe and brings them over here and they brought quite a number. The workmen were cot rich enough to meet this move in Europe, but they met the imported laborers on tbeir arrival and appealed to (heir svmpathy with labor to induce them logo back, paying their passage (or them. It seems to us that the two contending parties were on a par here again, except that the employers were by their action giving the lie to all tbeir fine professions about a tariff lor the protection of American workingmen sgaiust the "pauper la bor" of Europe. They combined to break down the strike by imforling such lab r and the workmen combined to prevent the success of the new expedient. They were successful, whereupon the employers lost tsm|eir and rushed to the Jaw to beg the State of Maryland to come to their help by declaring that it was lawful for them to combine to defeat the professed object of a vast system of revenue legislation by the Congress of the United States, but criminal conspiracy fer their opponents to combine to save their own interests threatened by this wholesale import ation of labor. This is the gist of the whole mat ter, and we ask lovers of fair play, let their avocation be what it may, if they think this just and honorable. Of course, it is the law, and if the Court of Appeals of this State shall sustain as applicable to new and mod ern conditions a decision based ou the existence fifty years ago of the rela tions of master and servant, we muit bow to it, but thenceforward there is but one thing for the workingmen of Maryland to do, and tbat is to join hands to secure legislation that shall wipe out by statute all such law by construction and judicial interpreta tion. They must postpone all other considerations to this and stand to gether in one solid body to defeat any politics! party that does not promise the abrogation of such a law and ms its candidates mea who caa be trusted to keep that premise in sin cerity and good faith. The woiking men of Maryland, black as well as white, are free men, and they must seo to it that no law stands here which makes them serfs; none which makes a combination of their employers tc maintain the price they have fixed ou labor innocent and laudable, and a combination ol workmen to maintain the price they have fixed a criminal conspiiacy. Equality bcfoie the law, a fair field and no iavor, is the right of all, and it wilt be queer indeed if the majority will submit to have it denied to them by the laws supposed to express tbeir will and to derive therefrom tbeir scanty and binding foice. In the face of this decision by Judge Phelps, despite the fact that it incidentally favors the defendants on a technicality, there should be no de lay in iheorganiz.tiou of labor to de mand justice and equality before the law.—Baltimore Day. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Choice Extracts from Drug gists.—“We know the value of malt, hope, quinine bark and asparegue composing Malt Biltors,' "Best kidney medicine on our shelves." “Our lady customers highly praise them." "Physicians prescribe them in this town.” "The largest bottle and best medi cine.” "Our best people take ‘Malt Bit ters.’ " "Sure cure for ohille and lirer dis aaes." Several large brewery and distil lery firms have failed since the be ginning of the year. When a brew ery can't make money the times may 1 be regarded as pretty hard. $1.50 per annum— lb advance. WHOLE NUMBER, m. The World's Cyclopodia of i Biography, Cyclopedias of Biography are usually mads up of an alphabetical 1 list, with brief sketches, principally ot the names of people of whom you have never heard, and to know whom would add greatly neither to your pleasure nor your mental Wealth. "The Werld's Cyclopedia of Biog raphy,” now publishing, is upon e different plan. It contains only the stories of the lives of the famous mea and women who have made the world’s history; who are really worth knowing, and who are written about . by authors often equally eminent in the field of literature, with the sub jects whom they describe. Each vol ume is complete in itself, so that if you do not want, or cannet afford all, vou can taka what bast pleases, or is of most worth to you. The five vol umes thus far issued narrate the achievements of the most famous and worthy of the world's heroes. Vol ume IV, recently published, a very handsome large 12m0., of about 750 pagei, for the price of 70 cts., contains a new ai d excellent "Life of Wash ington a reprint ef the standaad nnd thrilling Weeme’ “Life of General Marion,” and a new "Life of Oliver Cromwell” by the bril iant writer, E. Paxton Hood. To illustrate the remarkable economy iu cost, com pared with recent publications: 'he present importing price of the Life of Cromwe'l is s3— here in -qually good type, handsomely print ed. with two other important works thrown in, it costs only 70 cents ; even beyond this, as a means of moat widely effectually advertising the biographical series, the publisher will send postpaid, a paper-bound edition of Hood'e “Life of Crom well," to any addrees, on receipt of 15 cents, and then, if the purchaser desires to secure the bound volume, will credit 15 cants toward the pries of the same. It will be strange if such books, at such prices, do not find their way into every horns. "Biography is the most universally pleasant, universally profitable of all reading,” well said Thomas Osrlyls. How, indeed, can the heroes of fiction be compared with these heroes of all time, Washington and Cromwell ? John B, Aldsn, Publisher, 18 Vesey Street, New York. Cure foe Diphtheria. —The fol lowing communication from J. P. Arm strong to the Marlborough Gazette, giving a remedy for diphtheria, now so prevalent in the country, will be found of interest to our reader*: In your last issue you state that diph theria prevailed in some psrts of our county. With your assistance I will in form your readers of a cure that baa never tailed when properly administered. Diph theria may be known by a milk-llke white ness on the inside of the throat around the root of the tongue. With the handle of a spoon gently press do vn the tongue to the root can he seen, and with another speon take as much sulphur as will lay onadime, for an adult—a lets quantity lor n child— and turn the sulphur on the white place in the throat. One or two applications Is all that is necessary. By takln • a little sul phur into the mouth once or twice a day persons are perfectly safe in going among diphtheria patients. "Lew” Barker, tbe wittiest man in Maine, was in PJaisted’s council— it wasn t exactly Plaisted'e council ■ ither, but an old one that was at tached to the shop when he moved in —and be worried the governor pretty much all the time during those stormy two years. Finally the end was come and the outgoing and incoming exec utive boards were gathered in the oouiici. chamber preparatory to enter ing the lepresentatives' hall for the inauguration ceremonies. Governor Pla.sted was troubled about tbe order ol procedure. "Who go-s ahead, you or we?" he aid to tbe new administration. Quick as a Hash Barker anticipated the answer: “Why," he said, "the corpse always goes ahead I" The Arkansas Traveler tells of a i St. Louis man in that neighborhood whose feet were so large that when be undertook to use the forks of a coun try road for a bootjack he split the road wide open and spoiled the entire geography of the neighborhood, A pure, wholesome distillation of witch hazsl, American pine, Canada fir, marigold, clover blossoms, etc., fragrant with the healing essences of balsam and pine. Such is Sanford's Radical Cura for Catarrh, Complete treatment for fl.