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J. BUHL. M. D., FROST EURO, MB., HAS confined hi* prmctlce entirely to the treatment and cure of CON SUMPTION and all dleoaaea of the Reap!- ratory system, and Will positively attend to no other cases. Office hour*, dally from 8 to 11 a. m. (Sunday* excepted.) No book* kept and caah 'required for medicine. Case* treated by correspon dence. Office at McNeill’* Drug Store. Aug 6-tf ___ jj HAIR BALSAM. I '''' TbuffilrgUitorcfcA'.i'C M i*i pr<*fe:cd iy ti.-/*e I Whoiiavc H Hcotuit ..U'i I- . H I [ r.au-i,-'-. □ Lilly that ar beneficial R to the scalp and hair U and Always luleftiUaiMtthil Color to Erty or Fadi Hair | Parker’s Hair Balsam is finely perfumed and is | warranted to prevent falling of the hair and to re- N move dandruff and itching. Hiscox &Co . N.Y. g Me. and |l tlMa, at dealer* U dnif* and rnwHclaoi. | PARKER’S GINGER TONIC A Superlative HtaHti aai Strength Ncitortr. If you are a mechanioor fanner, worn out with overwork, or a mother ran down by family or house hold duties try Paembr’s Gingkk Tonic. If you are a lawyer, minister or busu.ew man ex hausted by mental strain or anxious cares, do not take in toxicatin g stimulants, but use Parker’s (.linger! t*nic If you kava Consumption, Dyspepsia, Klieuma iam, kidney Complaints, or any disorder of the kings, atonmeb. bowels, blood or nerves. Paxkrk’k Gincmr Tonic will cum you. It is the Greatest Blood I’urifier Aid tha Sett pud Surest Cough Cure Ever Used. If you are wasting away from age, dissipation or any disease or weakness and require a stimulant take OiNCBx TokiC at once: it will invigorate aud build you up from the first dose but will never tntoxicUe. it has saved hundreds of lives; it may save yours. CAUTION 1 —Refuse all übitllntee. Parker's U oosapoaed ef the best rewwdlai igtau in the world, and la entirely iftfierecl from preparation* of ginger aloe*. Sued for. ircular IO MUoox * Co., K. Y. 60c. k <1 iIM, at dealers in drug;. CHEAT SAVING BUYINO DOLLAR SIU£. MW:mga I Its rich and lasting fragralice ha* Wade ibis - delightful perfume exceedingly popular, 'I herd la nothing Ilka It. Insist upon luvmg Fu>kb& | ton CoLOuaK and look for signature of <^yc4cooc m every bottle. Any or dialer in fviiuwtf e*e supply yon.* 96 and 16 cent tie**. LARGS SAVING BUYING tie. SHIS. THE_SUN. NEW YORK, 1883. MORE people have read Thb Sun dur ing the year just now passing than ever before *mce it was first printed. No other newspaper published on this side ol the earth has been bought and read in any year by so many men and women. We are credibly Inlormed Ibat people buy, read and like Tbs Sun for the follow ing reasons, among others: Because its news columns present in at tractive form and with the greatest possi ble accuracy whatever has interest for humankind; the events, the deeds and misdeeds, the wisdom, the philosophy, the notable folly, the solid sense, the improv ing nonsense—all the news of the busiest world at present revolving in space. Because people have learned that in its remarks concering persons and affairs Tub Sun makes a practice of telling them the exact truth to the best of its ability three hundred and sixty-five days in the year, before election aa well as after, about the wbaiea as well as the small fi-h, in the face of dissent as plainly and fearlessly as when suppotted by general approval. Thb Bun has absolutely no purposes to serve, save the information of its readers and the fur therance of the common good. Because it i* everybody's newspaper. No man is so humble that The Sun is in different to his welfare and his rights. No man is so rich that it can allow injustice tobedune him. No man, no association of men, is powerful enough to be exempt from the strict applicadon ol its principles of right and wromr. Because in politics it has fought for a dozen years, without intermission and sometimes almost alone among newspa pers, the fight that has resulted in the re cent overwhelming popular verdict against Robesonism and for honest government. No mutter what party is in power, Tub Bun stands and will continue to tland like a rock for the interests of the people against the ambition of bosses, the eu croachmenls ol monopolists, and the dis honest schemes of public robbers. All this is what we are told almost daily by our Mends. Oue man holds that The Bun is the best religious newspaper evei published,because its Cluistianily is un i Tinted with cant. Another holds that it is the best Republican newspaper pinned, because it has already whipped half of the rascals out of that parti, and is proceed ing against the other half with uudimin ished vigor. A third believes it to bo the best maenzme of general literature in ex istence, because its leaders miss nothing worthy of notice that is current In the world of thought. Bo every friend ol The Bun discovers one of its many sides that appeals with particular force to his indi vidual liking. If you already know Tub Sun vou will observe that in 1883 it is a little belter than ever before. If you do net already know Tub Bun, you will find it to he a mirror of all human activity, a storehouse of the choicest products of common sense and imagination, a mainstay for the cause of honest government, a sentinel fur gen uine Jeffcrsuman Democracy, a scourge for wickedness ot every species, and an uncommonly good investment for the com ing year. Terms to Mall Subscribers. The several editions of Tub Sun are sent by mail,postpaid,aa follows: DAILY— 55 cents a month, 80.50 a year; with Sunday edition, $7.70. SUNDAY—Eight paces, $1.20 a year. WEEKLY'—SI a year. Eight pages of the best matter of the daily issues; an Agricultural Department of unequalod merit, market reports, and literary, scientific, and demeatic intelligence make Tub Sun the newspaj cr lor the farmer’s household. To clubs ol ten (10, an ex tra copy free. Address I. W. ENG LA ND, Publisher, Nov 85 The Bun, N.Y City. 1“ PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM ides because of its puri feCdla Keeturcg to Gray Hair Youthful Color & | of the half. AOe. Hum A l-..N.Y. | E ■ ■li j Ml. ■ ll* Til iniuxnwiixiii II jj- . ■ iMt'iqr,* *ur yon gl FLORES? . • N OnloffMi, *ignntur 01. IIiK'X 4C, N. Y., on nry • i :h#l. SB wirt ’f ft*.', ft drn M-'st* and dealers In perfume*. HlteelUnoons Advertisements. 108 Baltimore Street, CUMBERLAND, MD. Pine Watches and Jewelry Repaired by skilled workmeist. Largest Stock and Lowest Prices. Respectfully, j.. is-tt S. T. LITTLE & SONS^ O. JAKRETT & BRO. H*y added to their Furniture Business, UNDERTAKING BRANCHES They are fully prepared to supply Coffins, Caskets and Burial Co^es, Trimmed in the FINEST STYLE for a great dea’ less money than the same articles are furnished elsewhere in the county. All our Funeral Furniture is 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 of Charge / by telegraph promptly filled. [Sept 18-y FURNITURE I FURNITURE! THE PLACE TO BUY FURNITURE AT A BARGAIN IS AT THE NEW 1 ESTABLISHMENT OF Cr lllpl/M MAIN STREET, ■ ■■ lllUllCLjOpposite M. Winelaod’s Clothing House. Walnut, Poplar and Cherry Chamber Suits. A magnificent Display of Hand some Parlor, Diningroom, Bedroom and Hull Furniture. Cabinet Making in all its branches. ■ I would call your attention to my dMfa Mctalic, Walnut mid Rosewood Caskets ' fim ’ and Coffins. Burial Rohes and Shrouds of all Maryland and at all funerals I attend person | adv thereby relieving the relatives of the do- Call and Inspect my stock and get low prices for what you want. Mar 4-tf C. F. NICKEL. Georges Creek and Cumberland E, E. PASSENGER TRAINS. Commencing Wednesday, Sov. 22,1882. (By Philadelphia lime, which is 5 minutes ‘ earlier than Baltimore time.) Daxly, Sundays excepted. LEAVE CUMBERLAND— ! 7.80 am. and 8.80 p. m., for Lonacon ' ing, 9,00 a. m and 1.55 p, m., for Bedford, Pittsburg, Puiladelphla and New York. ; LEAVE LONACONING -11.80 a. m., connecting (or Bedford, I Pittsburg, Philadelphia and New York, • and 5.15 for Cumberland only Round-trip tickets (good for the day) on , the Georges Creek ami Cumberland Rail road at reduced talcs, the Conductor fur i nishes. “Return Cheeks" at all stations t where there are no ticket offices. ■ Apply a day or two in advance, at Haye j Street Station, in Cumberland, or by tele , phone to Vale Summit Station, lor carriage > arrangements be ween Vale Summit Sln > tion aud Daua Ruck aup return,at 50cents i per passcueer. r (Excursionists for DAN’S ROCK can ■ leave Cumberland at 7.80 a. m., (Sundays . excepted) and returning leave Vale Sum mit at 12 noun or 5.45 p. m. Railroad fate . GO cents lor round trip. Railroad aud car ■ riage, •1 for trip from Cumberland to I > Dan’s Rock and rcurn. : JAS. A. MILLUOLLAND, i Dec 3 General Manager. 5 PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD, (BEDFORD DIVISION.) O 1 N and after Jan. 28,1882, Passenger Trains arrive and denari as follows; 1 ,—LEAVE , STATIONS. ,—ARRIVE J Mail. Exp. Exp. Math ! A. M. P. M. P M. P. U ! 880 215 Cumberland 105 10 25 904 240 Hyudman 12 81 951 A. M. 10 05 350 Bedford 11 80 850 i 12 25 015 Huntingdon 910 630 340 740 Altoona 745 12 25 P. U A. M. . 850 12 01 Pittsburg 100 885 , A. It. P. M. 420 11 30 Harrisburg 400 1 885 a m. p. m. A. M 785 255 Philadelphia 11 80 11 25 i 10 85 015 New York 800( 765 V—ARRIVE —' ' LEAVE ' N<>TE —Time here given is Pennsyl vania Railroad (Philadelphia) time, which five minutes luster than Baltimore time. No change of cats between Cumberland end Huntingdon. Through cars between • Huntingdon and Philadelphia, New York rnd Pills burg. Passengers from points east ol Uyndman, for Somerset, lake Ex press train west; change cars at Uyndman, i aud arrive at Somerset at 4.55 p. m. Tickets sold and baggage checked by PETER NOON, Agent, corner of Balli . more and Liberty Streets, Cumberland, aud at the depot. ’Bus will call at resi dences for passengers and luggage, on notice left with agent. J. R. WOOD, General Passenger Agent. Trios. A. Roberts, Superintendent. Jan 28 Cumberland & Pennsylvania Railroad f NEW TIME TABLE 1 r pO TAKE EFFECT , 1 Monday, Xov. 15, 1880. i Passenger trains leave Cumberland at 9.15 A. m. aud 3.40 F. M. Frostburg, east, 7.10, A. M., and 12.42 p. M. “ west, 10.12, “ “ 4.40 “ SCHEDULE: r— LEAVE—, STATIONS , —ARRIVE—, y Jam a. m. p. m 6.161 11.40 Piedmont 11.16 5.45 6.80 I 11.55 Barton 10.63 6.25 | p. ic. 6.401 12.10 Louucoulng 10.42 5.13 6.66 19.25 Oceen 10,26 4.57 7.1(01 12.42 Frostburg 10.12 4.40 7.40 1.18 Mt. Savage 9.46 4.14 7.48 1.19 Barrelville 9.40 4.08 \OO I 1.30 C. &P. Junction 9.29 3.55 *6l 1.46 Cumberland 9.15 | 8.40 '—LEAVE—' P. L. BURWELL, Hot 97 General Superintendent. II ALT Ml 0 RE A OHIO RAILROAD. ON aud after Nov. 12, 1882, trains will arrive and depart as follows : CUMriEWLAAD. ARRIVE | WESTBOUND TRAINS | DEPART 1.05 am No. 24 Express. 2.50 a m No. 2 Express. 2:35 a m 8:29 a m No. 8 Express. 8.43 a m No. 6 Aecom’n. 7.00 a m 80S p m No. 14 Mail. 3:10 p m 3:20 p m No. 10 Express. 3:40 p m ARRIVE | KABTROUND TRAINS | DEPART 1:36 a m I No. 8 Express. 1:41 a m No. 23 Express. 3.00 u m 8:15 am | No. 19 Mail. B:2oam 9-50 am I No. 6 Express. 10:06 a m 4.37 pm I No. 1 Express. 4:33 pn. 7:25 p m | No. 7 Accom’n. Nos. 0,14, 7 and 19 daily except Sun days. All other trains daily. Nov 18 J. F. LEGQE,Agent. [PITTSBURG”DIVISION.] ON aud after Nov. 29,1881, passenger trains on the P.ttsburg Division of tho Baltimore aud Ohio railroad will run us billows; Cumberland. WESTBOUND. 3.52 p. m I No. 10 Mail. I 10.00 p. m 12.40 a. m j No. 2 Express. | 6.30 a. m PltSbnrg. BABTBOPMD. eumbtland. 8.50 s. m | No. 1 Mail. I 2.85 p. m 910 p. m | No. 8 Express. | 2.35 a. m Local accommodation train leaves Cum berland for Connellsvillc at 080 a m ; re turning arrive Cumberland 7.00 p m. On aud lifter Nov. 20, 1881, trains on the Somerset and Cambria Branch will run as follows: Northbound—Leave Rockwood at 0.00 a. m. and 13.40 p. m.; Somerset, 030 and 115 p m.,nr: ive Johns town 8,80 a. m and 8.05 p m. So th hound—Le ave Johnstown, 9.15 a. m. and 8.25 p. m j Somerset 11 05 and 5.15 p. m , arrive Rockwood, 11,40 a. nr, and 5.50 p m. All trains run daily THOMAS M. KING, General Sup’t E. D. Smith, Passenger Agent. Dec 8 THE CKEIN-tXnSTEI 1 j Y/illiams SaY/ing Machines' ARK ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE THE BEST IN THE WORLD They have received highest Awards at tho CWfcimni.il and at ail other lending Exhibitions lu Id in Eurupo Hid America. SVES7 HACHITS S 3 E? THE UAZBSO. Factories located ;.t Montreal, Canada, uud New York. THE WILLIAMS MANUFACTURING CO, 347 HotraCaae Street Montreal CATARRH VI7HICH has withstood all treatment v> and if of twenty years standing please call at DR. RUHL’S OFFICE. WPees paid when cured. Hot 19-tf CHE MINING JOURNAL. J. B. ODER, Editor and Proprietor. Joseph Wohblbt, Agent at Kckhart. Extra copies, - - • 6 cents, —for sale by W. L. Annan, Frostburg. i)fflce.MalnSt..Hltchlnßroß.Building TBKUS OP SUBSCRIPTION ; One Cop/, one year, in advance $1 ti 11 “ six months. “ It Frostburg, March 10, 1883. The Prince of Wales is not so stout as he was a year ago. A pf as. wholesome distillation of witch hazel, American pine, Canada Sr, marigold, clover blossoms, etc., fragrant with the healing essences of balsam and pine. Suoh is Sanford's Radical Cure for Catarrh. Complete treatment for sl. Sparing the Rod. —The superin tendent of public instruction in New Jersey has issued an order absolutely forbidding corporal punishment to children in the public schools under any circumstances. The superinten dent evidently does-not believe that by sparing the rod the children will be spoiled. The Western Men are hard to please. An Illinois doctor sent some medicine to a patient labeled “Cal mel—pizen,"and the County Medical Society talk of expelling him. What would they have the maa do? Is not the label perfectly intelligible, even if it does not meet the antiquated notions of'orthography ? Professional jealousy is probably at ths bottom of tbis affair. The Alleghany Tribune says a re liable syndicate has gotten control of some 15,000 acres of land near Cov ington, Va., on which are exhsustlets beds of iron ore, and the necessary ar rangements Lave about been com puted for reaching these ore beds by a standard-gauge railroad five or more miles long, extending from the Chesapeake and Ohio. The line is being located. Good Advice.—The factors of St. Louis have united to advise Southern planters of tbs cotton belt to raise , food products. They show that the 1 prerent price of cotton is 15 per cant, i below the average of the past five 1 years, and that corn is 33 and provi sions 50 per cent, above the average, , thus causing the mere cotton-raiser to 1 lose largely in two ways. The South i ern planters should uow combine in • taking this advice.. Food foe Yodno and Old.—Food ' and medicine for young and old, pre pared without fermentation, from Canadian Barley, Malt, Hops, Qui nine Bark, etc. Malt Bitters are - warranted more nourishing, strength [ ening, vitalizing and purifying, by reason of their richness in lone and I muscle producing material than all other forms of malt or medicine, | while free from the objections urged against malt liquors. , At a recent banquet Governor But i lor, of Massachusetts, said: “The . fortunes of those men who gathered ■ in the convention which declared in , dependence, excluding the wealth of 1 Hancock, Franklin, Carroll and Washington, would hardly have suf ficed to havo paid the board bills cf ’ the conve ition. The poor men stood , by the country in its hour of need, i and by the force of their love of lib erty, by the force of their devotion to principle, by the energy and the char acter they brought into the contest they compelled to fight with tnem whnt were known as the "better ele ments of society' of that day [Ap plause and laughter.] They drove | into the tanka the clergy and the j men of wealth. They drove into the j support of the country all who had the s'igbtesl lovo of liberty, and those who had not they drove off to j Halifax and Nova Scotia, or Prince j Edwards Island.'' The shoo has lately got on the other foot. A Pittsburgh iron manufacturer [ tells a Philadelphia Press reporter 1 that on tho whole he thinks the set- ' tlement of the tariff question for the I prseent will have a favorable effect on business ; but he is of tbs opinion that at the coming May conference of the iron and steel manufacturers it < will be found “necessary to have a | material reduction in the present 1 scale of wages." Certainly. That is the expedient these men always adopt at once an 1 think of what further is te be done later. Something has hap pened, they aie told, that may affect their trade one way or the other. In stantly the response comes, “We will ‘out down wages’ till we see how it turns out." It may “turn out” that it helps trade, but still the men who “took the risk" are entitled to be compensated, they think, and in or ler to make sure of this they let the wages stay down whsre they put them. Many things have got to pe done before this is remedied, but one i I of the first of them is the refusal by i | workmen to shout and vote as these [. men tell them.—Baltimore Day. Clothing, Dry Goode, Ac. PEACEABLY IF WE CAN, Forcibly If We Must OXJR STOCK OF [RELIABLE DRESS GOODS. CLOTHIHG. &C] FOR WINTER WEAR IS TOO LARGE. It Must Be Reduced TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR Immense Spring Stock! Prints, etc A large, now lot of dark ('ailcos at 4} cents a yard. Over 500 pieces of tho very best Calicos rls anil 6 cents We sell good Miihlldh at 5, 0 and 7 cents, and the very best Muslins at only 8 cents a yard- Our new Ginghams, only 8 cents a yard, are selling very fast,and we advise you to come soon to procure nice, good styles. (lood, heavy Kentucky leans at 12J and 15 cents a yard. Another new Jot of the Celebrated Virginia Home-Made FLANNELS and BLANKETS, only S 5 cents a ya;d—tho best in the county. Good, heavy twilled Toweling only 7 cents a yard. Our DR¥SS GOODS DEPARTMENT is immense 1 Goods in this line are admired by everybody and sold at very low prices. New Brllliantiiiett only 8 cents a yard. Woolen Delaines, in all new shades at 10 cents a yard, surprise everybody Now Brocade I>rex* Goods, down to 10 cents a yard, will make yon smile. Now Woolen Brocade DreHH Goods down to 13} and 15 cents a yard. These goods have been sold at 20 and 25 cents. We devole special attention to the Cashmere trade and we flatter ourselves that we understand the Cashmere business. A good twilled Cashmere in Black and all colors for 13} cents a yard. Double-width Gatsli meres for 20, 25 and 80 cents a yard. A good, heavy all-word Cashmere only 87} cents a yaid- Onr 50 cents yard-wide, all-wool Cashmere is actually woith 65 cents. Remember, we have reduced our (iT'axUmeres to 75 cents a yard. These goeds are sold everywhere for sl. Bilks, Batins, Velvets, Moire Antiques and an immense assoit menl of Dress Trimmings at very low prices. A complete line of All-Bilk Ribbons half given away. LACES, LACE COLLARS AND FICHUS ■VER-y CHEAP. Our 10 cents Lace dollars are very handsome, and those sold at 13} and 15 cents are 3al nebbies and admired by all. BUTTONS.”' Wo have the largest assortment of Dress and Cloak Buttons and at such low prices as will suit any and all purchasers Another lot of the very best 6-hook Kid Gloves— only $1 a pair. Ladles fine Rubber Gossamers reduced to $1.50. Childrens fine Rubber Gossamers reduced to $1.25. Our Tabic Linens only 25, 28, 30, 35 and 37} cents a yard—very cheap. • We have a beautiful line of Bleached Table Linens— also cheap. Bed Ticking*— lo,l2} and 15 cents a yard—the best. Our 10-cents Canton Flannel is actually worth 12} cents. Ladies dark Blockings only 10 cents a pair. Children’s All-wool llose— lo, 12}. 16 and 20 cents. A very extensive line ol Ladies and Gentlemens Undergarments at very low prices. A tremendous assortment of Ladies and Childrens Cloaks at $1.75 and $2. Ladles C’loakfi, handsomely trimmed, only $2.50 and $3. Ladles Cloaks, light and dark, at $4, $5, $5 50, $6 and $7. .... We havo a voty large and fine assortment of good, honest, and reliable CLOTHING For Men and Boys, all marked in plain figures, and which we guarantee you to be cheaper than sold by anybody else in tho county, or you can return the goods and your money will be returned as cheerfully as received. We would like you lo see our slock and prices, for we think we can please you la both particulars. _ B. STERN & CO., Jan 20-tf Main Street, Frostburg, l!d. Eureka! Eureka! Having secured the agency for the sale of the CELEBRATED BROADHEAD DRESS GOODS, MANUFACTURED BY THE Broadhead Worsted Mills of Jamestown, N. Y., I am prepared to offer to the Ladies a VERY SUPERIOR LINE OF DRESS GOODS. “These goods are so thoroughly finished that they can be worn in damp wcath- I er or a shower without fair of being mined by curling or shrinking.” “The rnsnulacluriug, dying and finishing is done in such a manner that the goods can bo washed, if desired, without the least injury to the fabric.” Have also added this week to my stock the FINEST LINE ol Indies’ Jackets and Ulsterettes j in the town. Ladies will do well to examine the above line ot goods before select | Ing elsewhere. I ONE HUNDRED OVERCOATS ! Of the latest styles (manufactured to order) and of superior quality Just received. A j call from tho gentlemen is als-' solicited. j 7,S' ,Eot/,/A7> II /77/ .7 A/.-V7: UA ROR PIECE GOODS, And none but first-class workmen employed, under the supervision of Mr. M,- VOO y r V PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. Last month we advertised that we expected a grand rush and was not deceived This mon’th, as the holidays are approachln g, we expect a greater rush, and woul ask all of our friends (for they are numeror is) to call early and make their selections. My stuck in general is Complete in all its Departments. Very Respectfully, WALTER EDWARDS, Iron Front Building, 1 Bee 2 FKOSTBURG, MD. 'the datT The Baltimore Democratic Paper. WJI.T.CROASDAUi, Editor. 0n of ths Best Evening Pipers In America— Published Every Evening Except Sunday, 13 PK TEAR OB 36 CENTS PKll MONTH. THE WEEKLY EDITION OF p* the iD^rsr, r Issued Every Friday Morning, Iflahandnomoolght-pago paper, nilod with Nows and Choice Reading Matter and containing: nearly a ▼hole page of vigorous editorial comments on cur rent events. One of the largest and host weekly papers la the United States. Only one dollar a year. ♦ SAMPLE COPY MAILED FKEE. PAYNE’S 10 Horse Spark-Armeting Portable Eugina has cut 10,000 ft, of Michigan Ptno Hoard In 10 hours, burning slabs from tUo aarvr foot Itbs. j Our 10 Horse U' Guarantee to furnish povror jlo baw P.OOO foot of Hunlock boards lu 10 hours. I Our 15 //one unit eul 10,000 feet in eamo time. §Our Euginea nro guaiiantkkb to furuiah n horse-power on H Ivfs fuel and water than any other Engine not fitted with nu Automatic Cut-Off. If you want a Stationary or Portable Engine, Boiler, Cir cular Haw Mill. Shafting or PuiUon, either coat or Moddart’a Patent Wrought Iron Pulley, •cud for our illustrated Cate -1 **# '•. “ ” for Information and prlcoe, li. W. PAY KB h SONS, Corning. N. Y., 80x...- .. " Ann, Ist, 1879. j Recognizing the fact that the relation * ship existing between the Counties o Maryland and the City of Baltimore is ; ,nch 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 the “Mallby” in the past, I deem it hut a matter of justice that some discrimination should be made in their favor. I have theretorecrncluded to * Reducethc Price of Board to $2 a day feeling confident that the same will be lully appreciated by them, and ul the same time merit and secure an iuoieaseJ share ol their patronage. Assuring thorn that nothing will be left undone that ean add tothoir comfort during their stay. Rooms without hoard, 75 cents and up ward per day. C. 11. IIOCAX.Prop. A nr 5 n mon Cabcine 3 - EWEDALSr ■ Plntfpr A Stl&v tv! o The Best Known Remedy for Backache or Lame Back. RhO'.mtatism or Lome Joints. Cramps or Sprains, ftlouralsia or Kidney Diseases. LumbUJS'o, Severe Aches or Pains Female Weakness. Art*Superior Ho nil other Plustcro. Aro Superior Co Pud si. Arc Superior to IJniuiont*. to Ointment* or Salve*, to Electricity or Kalvaniaia They A ’'l ImmcJiately. They StrCnKlhon. They Soothe- They Relieve Paiu’nt Or.cc. ‘Vhey Positively Cure. Bcnson’aCupcSncPorousPlaS' Biifl S 8S I W tew have been imitated. Do UnV I lUn *llOl allow your druggist to palm off florae other plaster having a similar sounding name. See that the word ia spelled C-A P-f-I-N E. Price 25 Cts. SEABURY& JOHNSON, ManufacturingChennai*. New York. ASUKEICE UK l> Y AT I.AKT. Price 25c'. ft HERO'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PIASTER. April 1-y _ MRS. VAN BUREN’S LADIES’ TONIC. A Positive Cure for ell Female Complaint*. ‘ Z-Rdle, 1 Tonic It prepared by the Women*, Medico I In. stltuto of Buffalo, N. Y.. and has been uscl successfully . by ladies for years. It 1b a sure cure for all Female Complaints, Sick and Nervous Headache, Dyspepsia, ,uid ail weaknesses caused by those irregularities which are so common to womankind. This is no Patent Medicine, but Is prepared, after years of experience, and recoin mended, know mg that ft will give new 1 ife to any broken down, worn out or over-worked member of the sex. If you have tried other remedies without auctess, do not us discouraged, but give ** LADIES’ TONIC*’ n single trial. It never fails to give suit* tmi Perma nent relief. If youaie troobled with any weakness or complaint common to our sex. lay aside the doctor’* prescription f <r once, and try ** Ladies' Tonic.” which we guarantee will positively cure you. Ono Bottle ia Bulucicnt. Women's Medical Institute Is an Association of H’it et and Mothers of years'experience, who give advice and answer letters from ladies, fret. fsoowitl be given for any case of Female Weakness or inability which ” Ladles' Tonic " will not cure. This Is a bona nJe oiler, made by rtstonsible ladies who knew from experience what "LADIES' TONIC" cau do. Send stamp for circulars. Sold by Druggists. Prio*, SI.OO.