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April Ist, 1879 Recognizing (he fact that the relation ship oxiating between the Counties o Maryland and the City of Baltimore ie sunk that residents of the Counties have occasion to visit the City frequently dur ing th year; in consideration of these facts and the liberal patronage extended the "Maltby” in the past, 1 deem it but a ■ matter of Justice that some discrimination should be made in their favor. 1 have theretoreconcluded to Keducethe Price of Board (o $2 a day feeling confident that the same will belully appreciated by them, and ut the same lime merit and secure an inct eased share oi their patronage. Assuring them that nothing will be left undone that can add totheir comfort during their stay. Rooms without board, 75 cents and up ward per day. 0. R. UA.\,Prop. Apr 6 THE SUN. NEW YORK, MORE people have read Tun Sun dur ing the year just now passing than ever before since it was first printed. No other newspaper published on this side of the earth has been bought and read in any year by so mauy men and women. We are credibly informed that people buy, read and like The Sun for the lollow 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 sente, the improv ing nonsense —all the news of the busiest world at present revolving in space. Because people have learned that in its remarks conceriug persons and affairs Tuk 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 as well us alter, about the whales as well as the small fish, in the face of dissent as plainly and fearlessly as when supported by general approval. Tub Sun has absolutely no purposes to serve, save the information of its readers and the fur therance of the common good. Because it is everybody’s newspaper. No man is so humblu that The Bun is in different to his weltarc uud his rights. No man is so rich that it can allow injustice to be done him. No man, no association of men, is powerful euough to be exempt from the strict application ol its principles of right and wrong. Because in politics it has fought for a dozen years, without interiuissiou and sometimes almost alone among newspa pers, the fight that has resulted in the re cent overwhelming popular verdict against Kobesouism uud tor honest government. No matter what parly is in power, The Sun stands and will continue to stand like a rok for the interests of the people against the ambition of bosses, the en croachments ol monopolists, and the dis honest schemes ol public robbers. All this is what we are told almost daily by our friends. One man holds that The Bun is the best religious newspaper ever published, beeause ns Christianity is un diluted witli cant. Another holds that it is the best Republican newspaper printed, because it has already whipped half of the rascals out of that party, uud is proceed ing against the other half with uudimiu iahed vigor. A third believes it to he the best magazine of general literature in ex istence, because its leaders miss nothing worthy of notice that is current in the world of thought. So every friend ol The Sun discovers one of its many sides that appeals with particular force to his indi vidual likiug. if you already know The Sun vou will observe that iu ISbil it is a little belter than ever before. If you do net already know The Sun, you will find it to he u min or of all human activity, a storehouse of the choicest produi Is of common sense and imagination, a mainstay (or the cause of liouest government, a sentinel for gen uine Jeffersonian Democracy, a scourge for wickedness ol every species, and an uncommonly good investment for the com ing year. Terms to Mail Subscribers. Tlie several editions of The Son are Halit by mail,postpaid,as follows; DAILY—SS cents a mouth, SU.SO a year; with Sunday edition, $7.70. SUN DA V—Eight paces, el.Uda year. WEEKLY—• a year. Eight pages of the best matter of the daily issues; an Agricultural Department of unequnlcd merit, market reports, and literary, scientific,and deuu stir'intelligencemake Tub Sun the newspaper lor the farmer’s household. To clubs ol ten til), an ex tra copy free. Address I. W. ENGLAND, Publisher, Nov 25 The Sun. N. Y Ciiy. ‘X’iiiE BEST Is. Always tire Cheapest! Dr. Raid’s Cough Core Restores to perfect health nil persons nfilleted with Coughs, Colds, Sore 'll.rout. Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption and Disi inea of Throat and Lungs For sale ut Thomas Me N t kill's drug store, Frostbitrg,Md. Price 25 cents per bottle, or 5 bottles for sl. t3T Reports from persons alllictcd with Kidney Diseases, who Jmve used the Cough Cure lor the ailments named above, arc vciy favorable, the medicine relieving many cases of Buffering from irregularities of the Urinary Organs. [April 14 PAYNE'S IO Horso Spark-Arresting Portable Engine ban cut 10.000 ft. of Michigan Pint Board* in 10 hour*, burning eluba from tbo saw ii eight-foot lengths. Our 10 Ilorne id% Guarantee to furnish powsr U saw 8,000 foot of Hemlock Boards in 10 hours. Out lb 11 1 n ut will cut 10,000 feet in same time. KOur Engines arc uuaiuntekd t furnish a horse-power on y % Jesi fuel and water than any other En eine not fitted with an Automatic Cut Off. If yon want a Stationary or cor able Engine, Boiler, Circu lar : .. .-Mill, Shafting or Pulleys, either cn-t or Meddart’s Patent Wroi h Iron Pulley, send for out illiutratt’d catalogue, No. 12, foi information and prices. B. W. PAYNE & SONS, Corning, N. Y. Box. 1427. Hu 10*j HUeellancons X fvcrtlsomtnts. O. JARRETT & BRO. Have added to their Furniture Business, UNDERTAKING BK^AJSrCHES They are fully prepared to supply Oofnos, Caskets and Burial Cases, Trimmed in the FINEST STYLE for a great deal less money than the same article* 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 Dry Goodsjmd Millinery. THERE TS Always Something Here THAT If \E FEEL A Little Extra Anxious FOTt YOU TO KNOW ABOUT. THIS TIME IT IS THE Largest, Handsomest and Cheapest STOCK OF DRY GOODS, NOTIONS and MILLINERY GOODS THAI HAS BEEN OPENED IN THE FROSIBUXO . MARKET TIUS These consist of Prints. Ginghams, Cambrics, Lawns, Nuns Veilings, Buntings, Cashmeres, etc., and TOWELS, NAPKINS, HOSIERY of all Styles, Qualities and Values—adapted alike to Please the Fancy and Suit the Purse. ITOVELTIESI ARE Mi j ENDLESS, 1| ITT [ AND H THERE IS NO 11 OTIONS RE wTv N IPc could not soil these Goods for more than we ash, hut our rule is to give OUR CUSTOMERS FULL VALUE FOR ALL THE MONEY THEY LEAVE Willi US. COIE AHD SEE OUR GOODS, And perhaps you will be led to conclude that what ever money you have to spend, its best and fullest worth can be obtained from B. STERN £ CO. Pino Dentistry, [gj i|~| DM. l. uTwilsonts !HTI Is Nature 1 * greatest remedy, and U tin a . principal Ingredient of almost entry pre- ■ ** ■*•*>■ “ti.xot.nu * —niwirgitrinm f TEETH WITHOUT PAIN, | t _ I’kULNA cleansaa the kyWoni of ai nl 3 ... _ _ . , _., . . 5 Impurities; tonea the stomach, regulates * /Vy l 7/ ATni'i t / //>/ ;*/// Sr.VfiPJ 3 the heart, unlocks the secretions of tbo •J'O.J-I U 0 Ijtuor UJ row OVi , • g CUMBERLAND, MD. jlijt.lnod, and !u II i I J> EA UTIFUL and durableoperatious on I E If Natural Teeth. Bin) breath cured. d iiaeir. 1 AlliCcial 1 noth lllfceited without covering . ttieitoma^ 3 ltMngeit any article of food? P tbo entire palm.-. Light, natural and com- i in livm 4, Kidneyui*>mc., nd in I finable artificial appliances fur sunken -a 8 cheeks, and facial dolor mi lies. Old loose p \* your unjisl.t for nr. furman-. v aud broken sets repaired while waiting. jft^b!iiS!lll , inr E&rfnl* * Office open every night until 10 o'clock. _ 1 Tlteen years ..f praclieal tx,)ei • F and a graduate of I lie Baltimore College ol l¥l WA* Wt! ES I B Dental Surgery. Feb 11-y FURNITURE J, FURNITURE! I HE PLACE TO BUY FURNITURE AT A BARGAIN IS AT THE NEW 1 ESTABLISHMENT OF Cr inpUTi main street, ■ Il I UslCLj Opposite M. tV'ineland’s Heuse. Walnut,Poplar mid Cherry Chamber Suits. A mag.-iificent Display of Hand some Parlor, Diuit' groom, Bedroom and Hall Furniture. Cabinet Making iu all its branches. gr I would call yo ur attention to my i Undertaking department. Melalle, Walnut and Eosnwocd Caskets ~ Li ; and Coffins. Burial Robes and Shrouds o! all ‘~v ' ‘i . T 3., descriptions always on l.nnd. I have tbo finest Hearse in Western \#4 fl T'ji’ J f ar y la cl and at all funerals I attend person- Vjl S \ 7 yjVYi J. -vylyy idly thereby relieving the rolalives of the dc ■ o*3ai.ceased of all trouble iu the premises. Cull and inspect my slock and get low prices for what you want. Warl-tl d. F, MCIiJEJL. CHE MINING JOURNAL. J. B. ODER, Editor and Proprietor. JoaKPn Womsley, Agent at EcUmrt. Extra copies, - - - 5 cents, • - -for sale by W. L. Annan, Frostburg. Otflce.MainSt.'intclilnsiiroN.liniliUng TBKM.S OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy, one year, tn advance |1 50 •• •* six months, •• 76 Froslbnri;. July 31, 1888. The only and original Tom Thumb died at Middleboro’, Massachusetts, Sunday, of apoplexy, aged 45 years. Polishing the Wrong End.— Many men daily polish their boots who never give a thought to the con dition of their hair, except to harrow it cut with brush and comb, or sub mit it to the attentions of the average barber. What happens? Why this: From neglaut, mental anxiety, or any of a score of causes, the hair turns prematurely gray and begins to fall out. Parker's Hair Balsam will at once stop the latter process and re store the original color. An elegant dressing, free from grease. How a Woman's Life was Saved. —After she bad tested the skill of the best doctors in Western Pennsyl vania and New York, and h*d paid over SI,OOO without receiving any permanent good, the limbs became affected with even tenfold greater vir ulence, not only eating away the flesh, but attacking the bones baneath. It also affected her head and face, mak ing her almost blind and deaf, reduc ed to a mere skeleton, weighing but 80 pounds, the doctors pronounced her at death's door, Peruna was then given her, as staled, and with the result given on page 24 in Dr. Hartman's ‘‘llls of Life." She took no other medicine and is perfectly wall. “ My Darling's Blind A lady entered a car on the Oak wood road one day the past week loading a little girl perhaps four yeais old. The mother sat down and lifted the little one to the seat beside her. The child was nibbling at a bit ot oako or sugar, now and then turning her face, full of childish love, up to her mother and murmuring sorao almost unintelligible words of affec tion. Opposite to mother and child sat another young lady, who often duell ed a fresh rose which she held. The innocent little one before her attract ed her attention, and the natural kind ness of the sympathetic woman’s heart prompted her to at cnee otter the fra- j giant flower to the little budding lily opposite. So she leaned a hit forward and spoke: “Baby want the posoy ?" But the child seemed not to hear. Perhaps it Was the noise of moving ' oar that prevented. Then she spoke j a little louder and hold the flower temptingly— “ Baby may have the posey." The mother heard, for she looked toward the other lady and smiled— : and oh such I such a look of heartfelt gratitude, of motherly love, yet heavi ly saddened with such an expres-ive tinge of sorrow as ie seldom seen. And still the lady of the rose pressed upon the little one’s acceptance of the flower. "Baby, take the rose," holding it almost to the child's hands. And now it seemed as if she was heard, for the blue eyes turned fall upon her would-be patron, and then in a mo ment she drew back and turned her eyes appealingly toward her mother's face. The lady with the flower show ed her bewilderment in her look, while a pained expression flitted across the face of ttie mother, who leaned tor ward and wbispeied just a word— “My darling was born blind 1" Then the whole sunless, u,likened life of the fair little being—fair as the flower which had been offered to her —came up before the mind. All ! beauty shut out from bar forever 1 ; For her no foliage strewn, flower j studded scene to fdlow the bleakness i of winter. No locking with awe into ] the mysteiious depths ot the night! sky, sparkling with glittering, twink ling star gems, for over those blue I eyes the Creator, in the mystery of j His designs, had hung the impenetra- j ble veil. No expectant gaze toward I the mother's face for the gentlest smi's that even soothes a childish trouble; j only the blind passage of the little hand over those features, for one mo- I ment's sight of which that growing I little one will often and often willing ly offer years of existence. For her the birds will sing ; the loveliness of 1 form and feature are not fpr her, j while the babbling stream may make | mysteiious music, its dimpled waves and winding reaches and verdant banks do not exist. How bitterly vivid all this as the lady opened (ho little hand and shut within it the thornless stem of the rose, now hearing a teat on its petals I i And there were other swimming ( eyes in the car. Clothing-, Dry Woods, Fools and Sheet. Great Reduction in Prices , r READ HARTMAN’S NEW PEICE LIST ? The attention of all personm It respectfully invited to tlie foliitwing prices of EXCELLENT QUALITIES and If- HKNSII (IfAMTITIKS ol'Uoodt now in atock at HARTMAN’S STORE, Which la unquestionably the LAKOEST and BEST in Frostburg or vicinity : Ladies Plain Gaiters at SI.OO Ladies Kid Foxed Gaiters at 1.00 Ladies Kid Foxed Gaiters at 1.50 Ladies Button Pebbled Morocco a t 1.25 Ladies Newport and Buttoned Slippers at .00 I HAVE ALSO THE CELEBRATED CARLISLE SHOES FOR LADIES AND MISSES, ACKNOWEDGED TO BE THE BEST IN MARKET. Mens Bay State Shoes at $1.25 Mens First Quality Dixon Min ing Shoes at 1.75 Mens Plow Shoes at 1.10 Mens Buttoned Shoes at 2.00 Mens First Quality Calf Boots at 3.00 Mens Low Cut Dress Shoes from $1.25 up. TRUNKS FROM SI.OO UP. Straw Goods Department u H * s vei T Latest and Most Fashionable Styles from New York City. Positively all oilier goons will be sold at the saute sweep ing reduction, and more positively what is advertised will he carried out to the letter. C. HARTMAN, JcnclC-tf Slain Street, Frostburg. Sid. Eureka! Eureka ? Having scouted the agency for the sale of the CELEBRATED BROADHEAD MANUFACTURED RT THE Broadhcad Worsted Mills of Jamestown, N. Y., I am prepared to oflVr to the Ladies a VERY SUPERIOR LINE OF DRESS GOODS. “Those goods aro so thoroughly finished that Urey can ha worn in damp weath er or a shower without fair of being ruined by curling or shrinking.” “The manufacturing, dying and finishing is done in such a manner that the goo s can he washed, if desired, without the least injury to the fabric.” Have also added this week to my atock the FINEST LINE ot Ladies’ Jackets and Ulsterettes in tire town. Ladies will do well to examine the above line ol goods before select ing elsewhere. ONE HUNDRED OVERCOATS Of the latest styles (manufactured to order) and of superior quality just received. A call from the gentlemen is also solicited. i IS SUPPLIED WITH A FINE LINE OF PIECE GOODS, i And none hut first-class workmen employed, under the supervision of Mr. M, ! MOOXJSV. A. PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. Last month we advertised that wc expected a grand rush and was not deceived This month, as the holidays aro approaching, wo exper t a greater rush, and would j ask all of our friends (lor they are numerous) to cull early aud make their selections. My stock in general Is Complete in all its Departments. Very Respectfully, WALTER EDWARDS, Iron Vront JBiilldlnd. EROSTBUBG, IMLTD* iscclUncous Advertisement*. KENNY HOUSE, Piedmont, West ¥., T. KENNY, - Proprietor. r pUI3 Hotel lias one of the finest Hnuiplo 1 Rooms on line of B. &0. railroad. Oct 8-y "extraordinary' Inducements IN PRICES AT FRANK C. BEALL’S “MAMMOTH” HARDWARE AND STOVE STOKE! DO NOT FAIL TO Avail Yourself i OP THEM. the great and grand a r urn ON STOVES A RE STILL AHEAD OF ANY OTHER STOVES IN THE MARKET, AND AESiSiOSi Reapectfu >ljr Yours, FRANK C. BEALL, '•The' 1 Hardware and Stovo Man. _ May 19 TH2 GSirCflNB ' Williams C: Machines AREcknowi.;;, h: ; d to BS tub BEST IH TiiS WORLD I They ivi ' i;:.i tv. ai dr* at til I Olltinu nr. ! .1 • '.ic: I 'll lillf lixliibili'iii:. 1 M in liuroiio mid At...riua. ■ SVS27 HACHIIij Vi MS IUXOS, 1 Factwiin; K - .1 i ;!-olr Canada, mid J-Ut ! ' i THE ViLlL'.;vj Aiitc CO, t 34T liriro L.-.-o SUzzi, Xtalrwi.