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Recognizing tho fact that the relation •hip existing between the Counties o Maryland and the City of Baltimore is ■uoh that residents of tho Counties have occasion to visit the City frequently dur ing the year; in consideration of these facts and the liberal patronage extended the “Maitby" in the past, 1 deem it but a matter of Justice that some discrimination ■ boald be made in their favor. 1 hare thereiore concluded to Keducethe Price of Board to $2 a day feeling confident that the same will be fully appreciated by them, and at tho same time merit aad secure an increased share ol their patronage. Assuring them that nothing will be lott undone that can add tothelr comfort during their stay. Booms without board, 7S cents and up ward per day. C. K. UOUA.\,l*rp. Apr 5 THE SUN. NEW YORK, MORE people have read The Sun dur ing the year just now passing than ever betore since it was first printed. No other newspaper published on this side oi tho earth has been bought ana read in au> year by so many men and women. We are credibly Inlormed that people buy, read and like The Sun lor the lollow ing reasons,among others; because its news columns present iu at tractive form and with the greatest possi ble accuracy whatever lias 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 couceriug persons and alliiirs The Bun makes a practice of telling them the exact truth to the best of its ability three hundred and sixty-five days iu the year, before election as well as after, about the whales as well as the small fish, in the lace of dissent as plainly and Icarlcsely as when •upporled by general approval. The Bun 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 humblo that The Bun is in different to his wellarc and his rights. No man is so rich that it can allow injustice to be done him. No mas, no association at men, is powerful enough to be exempt from the strict application ol its principles ol right and wrong. Because in politics it has fought for a dozen years, without intermission and sometimes almost alone among newspa pers, the fight that has resulted iu the re cent overwhelming popular verdict against Kobesonisiu and lor honest government. No matter what parly is in power, The Bun stands and will continue to stand like • rook for the inlcresla of the people against the ambition of bosses, the en croachments ol monopolists, and the dis honest schemes ol public robbers. All Ibis is what wo are told almost daily by our friends. One nun holds that The Bun is the best religious newspaper ever published,because its Christianity is un diluted with caul. Another holds that it u the best Republican newspaper printed, because it bus already whipped half of the rascals out of that parly, and is proceed ing against the other half with uudimiu iibed vigor. A third believes it to be the best magazine of general literature iu ex istence, because its readers miss uolbiug worthy of notice that is current in the world of thought. Bo every friend of The Bun discovers one of its many sides that appeals with particular force to his indi vidual likiug. „ If you already kuow Tub Bun you will observe that iu 188 J it is a little bellei thau ever before. If you do not already know The Bun, you will fiud it to be a mirror ol all human activity, a storehouse of the choicest products of common sense and imagination, a mainstay lor the cause of honest government, a sentinel for geu aine Jeffersonian Democracy, a scourge for wickedness ol every species, ami an uucemmouly good investment for the com ing yea:. Terms to Mail Subscribers. The several editions of The Sun are •eut by mail, postpaid,a#follows: DAILY—MS cents a month, $0.50 a year; with Sunday edition, $7.70. SUNDAY—Eight pages, <,1.30 a year. a year. Eight pages of th# best matter of the daily issues; an Agricultural Department of uuequalcd merit, market reports, and literary, scientific,and deun s tic intelligence mukc Tue Bun the newapiq cr tor tin; fanner’s j household. To clubs ol ten $lO, an ex- j tra copy free. Address I. W. ENGLAND, Publisher, Nov ’JS Tiin Bun. N. Y City. ( THE CKETTTJITSTH] Williams Crying Machines AUK ACKNOWLEDGED TO UK TUB BEST IN THE WORLD They have received highest Awards at tho Centennial and at all other leading Exhibitions hold in Europe aad America. XVSB7 KACHIIT2 T'AZSAKZSS B7 TEB MA2E23. Factories located ; .’ >1 ‘aval, Canada, and ITatUbur*, 1 Vcrlc. r. 3 WILLIAMS i.. ..rACTUIIIHG CO, 317 iiotro Same Street, Hon weal, HUcellaueoiu Advertisements. O. JARRETT & BRO. Have addad to their Furniture Business, UNDERTAKING BRANCHES They are fully prepared 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 is upholstered in the moat 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 / Orders by telegraph promptly filled. [Sept 18-y Dry Goods and Millinery. THERE XS Always Something Here THAT WE FEEL A Little Extra Anxious FOR YOU TO KNOW AIiOUT. THIS TIME IT IS THE Largest, Handsomest and Cheapest stock of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS and MILLINERY GOODS THAT HAS DEEM OPENED IN THE FRO STB URG MARKET THIS SEASON. These consist of Prints. Ginghams, Cambrics, Lawns, Nuns Veilings, Buntings, Cashmeres, etc., and HP i Jjlp p i +3 TOWELS, NAPKINS, HOSIERY of all Styles, Qualities and Values—adapted alike to Please the Fancy and Suit the Purse. IjOVELTIESj 1 xnsr [ AND ■ THERE IS NO iIOTIONS KE wT Jf-e could'■ not sell these Goods for more than we ask, hut our rule is to dire OUR CUSTOMERS FULL VALUE ion ALL THE MONEY THEY LEAVE II US. COME AND 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. Fine Dentistry. 1)1!. 1.. bTwIESON’S j NEW SYS iEM OF EXTRACTING TEETH WITHOUT PAIN, I No. 17 North Liberty Street, Cumberland, MD. IJEAUTIFUL !iml durableopc rations on 3 Natural Ti'i'tli. Bad breath cured, j Artificial Teeth inserted without covering ! the entire palate. Eight, natural and coin i (Triable artificial appliances for sunken cheeks, aud facial dclurmiiies. Old loose and broken sets repaired while wailing, j Office open every night until 10 o’clock. I Fifteen years of practical experience ! and a graduate of the Baltimore College o' Dental Surgery. Feb 11-v FURNITURE ! FURNITURE ! J'lIE PLACE TO BUY FURNITURE AT A BARGAIN IS AT THE NEW ESTABLISHMENT OP CP MlplfCl MAIN STREET, • Fi ll llllltLjoppojille M. Wineland's Clolliinf House. Walnut, Poplar iiud 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 /Stfjf . > Undertaking Department. < Metallc, Walnut and Rosewood Caskets " 'fj jaj * n <l Coffins. Burial Robes and Shrouds ol all • I have the finest Hearse in Western \fl¥ Maryland d at all funerals I attend porson •VA K/j I'7l\Sj l,^ V//I\y ailv thereby relieving tlie relatives of the do —* ' cengc d 0 f u n trouble in the premises. Call and inspect my stock and getlow prices for what you want. 1 Marl-U €. F. AICEEL. ” If ft now r fan My, originally compounds w . and Introducsd to Urn medical profession, ry g aud Uiou U> the public at largo, by y. B. J* m Ilartmau, M. D. Ho has prescribed It to V •J over 40.QU0 patients with the most gratify- • w lug roaulU. HpBHHHHBHHIB £ Q fu effect upou the system li autlrclj un- 2 Ilka Uiat of any other remedy, and U the g rt only medicine needed In almost every dls- • J ease to which flosh is heir. [ln CoiiHtlpa- Uon, Diseases of the Llvsr and Kidneys. M o Manalik should beglvsn with It. Mip u ricauK als composed of purely vegetable <5 W Ingredient*, each one, according to medl- Jf cal authors, a great remedy In Itself. HP os E Dr. Hartman haa succeeded In extract- Pt p Ing and combining the active principles " . of these Ingredient* Into one simple com- Jp H pound, which perfectly coincides with tlio 2. • Vis Mkdicatbix N ATi iiA In every dls- jj ► case, and a cure necessarily follows. There * & la not an organ It will not reach nor a dls- • case It will not cure. ■■HBHi m S Ask your druggist for Dr. Hartman’s 9 pamphlet on the "ilia of Life,” Dr. 1. B. v ■ Hartman A Co.XJolumtms.U.,proprietors. 5 For rilaa aud Pelvic Diseases, take THE MINING JOURNAL. J. B. ODER, Editor and Proprietor. Joseph Womsi.ky, Agent at Eckhart. Extra copies, - - - 5 cents, —for sale by W. L. Annan, Frostburg. dUce.XainSt.,Hit chinsßros.Building TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy, out! year, in advance tl S' l “ alz months. “ IB j r<. iiiirK, Angnst 11, ISB3. [Continued from first page.] to hr face, and stepped over the casement with his burden, which he placed upon the sofa by the fire. Poor Jeanie was wet through, and unconscious. Her lashes rested upon her white checks, and her long, soft hair fell like a veil half over them. “You are Jeannette Burton ?" ask ed the stranger. “1 am.’' “And she is—" “Jeannette Moore." “Florence Burton's daughter ?" “Yes." “I thought so ; I recognized the picture. It is sadly defaced. Do you know what it is?" He held up Jeanie's picture, all wet and soiled, "I do. But who are you ?” “I am Robert Burton, the Roy of this." He pointed to the canvass. “My brother!" Miss Jeannette cried. Jeanis stirred and lifted her violet eyes. “I meant no harm, Miss Burton," she said, faintly. “His eyes were so beautiful, and I wanted to see hew they would look sorrowful. So I painted it, and than I put in the others—you and Mr. Burton. Please forgive me.” Miss Burton left tbs room aud re turned with Captain Wittmore, who looked with frightened eyes at Jeanie. “Jeannette," he said huskily, turn ing to her, “you must hear me now, for her sake, whether you will or not. I wanted her to keap my secret. Five years ago I was a gambler—no inoffensive player, but a desperate gambler, with no higher employment. They saved me, Harry Moore and his gentle, violet eyed child. I loved you, Jeannette, and 1 did not want you to know. Poor little Jeane, she kept my secret well." “Thanks," whispered the girl, feebly, and fainted dead away. She had not been falsa after all, but she bad paid for her truth almost with her life. When at last she recovered, there was a quiet wedding at the Hill, and Gloria, (everybody called her that now) took her away with the Captain and herself to their own home. After a little while Jeanie went back to Burton Hill with Roy, as his wife. "Jeanie, the true 1" Roy calls her, laughingly, sometimes, and then with a tender clasp of the slender form, he assures her that the child hag atoued a thousand times for the pain the mother caused him. FolUeneat. Politeness is something that costs very little, and yet yields a rich re turn in all the paths of lift. A Rich mond paper tells of a bootblack who in his wanderings had picked up a good sized stump and set his heart on having a second hand smoko. Pass ing a grocery store which happened to be on the corner, the boy stepped in and said, respectfully enough : “Will you gim me a match ?" “Wo don’t keep matches to give away," growled the clerk. The boy hesitated a moment and ! finally said; “Well do you sell' em ?" ' Of course we sell tnem," was the reply, and the clerk slid a box over the counter and raked in the whole sum of two cents, fished out of the boy's pocket. There was a lighting of the cigar stub which was handled as gracefully as if it Lad been a new aud fragrant Havana, and the boy stepped forward aud politely said: “Please put these on yourshelf and the next time a gem'maa asks you for a match give him one out of my box,” Tnat was all, and yjt the rebuke could not have been more cutting if had been administered with the gro cer's sharpest cheese knife. Before many years that boy will make a fortune. He will be the own er of that grocery and run for Con gress while the present clerk will be a care-worn, poor man, asking the proprietor for a situation as porter. The ladies of to-day Who are as “plump as a partridge" are most admired by the men. All ladies can be plump and beau tiful by using Royal Bitters. They give the elastic step, The Rotund lorm, the peachy, pear ly beautiful complexion, The vivacity of spirit, Which is just tco sweet ler any j thing iu a woman. Clothing, Dry Hoods, Bouts and Shoes. Great Reduction in Prices READ HARTMANS NEW PEICE LIST! The attention of nil persous U rcHpeolfiiily Invited to the follawing prices of EXCELLENT *r AI.ITIEN aud IM MESSE |I AXTITIES of (loads now in stork at HARTMAN’S STORE, Which is unquestionably the LAHUEST aud HUNT in Froslburg or vicinity : Ladies Plain Gaiters at SI.OO Ladies Kid'■ Foxed. Gaiters at 1.00 Tax dies Kid Foxed ' Gaiters a t 1.50 Ladies Bu tton Pebbled Morocco at 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 Mining 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 Cat Dress Shoes from $1.25 up. TRUNKS FROM SI.OO UP. Straw Goods Department U is very full of the Latest and Most Fashionable Styles from New York City. Positively all other gooils will he Mold at the name sweep lug reduction, and sisorc positively what 1m advertised will be carried osst to tlse letter. C. HARTMAN, June 16-tf Main Street. Frostburg. Sid. 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 oiler to the Ladies a VERY SUPERIOR LINE OF DRESS GOODS. “These goods are so thoroughly finished that they can be worn iu (lamp weath er or a shower without feir of being mined by curling or shrinking. “The mauulacturiug, dying and finishing is done in such a manner that the goods can he washed, if desired, without tiie least injury to the fabric. Have also added Ibis week to my stock the FINEST LINE ot Ladies’ Jackets and Ulsterettes in the town. Ladies will do well to examine the above hue ol goods before select ing elsewhere. ONE HUNDRED OVERCOATS ■ ! Of the latest styles (manufactured to order) aud of superior quality just received. A , call from the gentlemen is also solicited. ______ is SUPPLIED WITH A FINE LINE OF * ; PIECE GOODS, And none but first-class workmen employed, under the supervision of Mr. M. MOONEY. A PJERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. I ■ —— Last month wc advertised that we expected a grand rush and was not deceived This month, as the holidays are approaching, we expect a greater rush, and would ask all of our friends (for they are numerous) to call early and make their selections. My stock iu general is Complete in all its Departments. Very Respectfully, WALTER EDWARDS, Iron Front HniUliiig, I FROSTBURG, JVEXD. , .. iscellaueous Advertisement*. JAMES eTmACBEThT Attorney -at-Law, Office No. 8 Water St., Cd.mh is island, Md. SPECIAL atteutior given to collection of claims, examination of titles to land, and conveyancing. Criminal, Equity and other business promptly alien led to. [Fob 10 KENNY HOUSE, Picdiunut, Wont Va., T. KENNY, - Proprietor. r | "'IIIB Hotel bus one ofthc finest Sample ' 1 Rooms on line of B. &O. railroad. [ Oct 8-y EXTRAORDINARY Inducements IN PRICES AT FRANK C. BEALL’S “MAMMOTH” HARDWARE AND STOVE STORE! DO NOT FAIL TO Avail Yourself OP THEM. THE GREAT AND GRAND ARLINGTON STOVES A RE STILL AHEAD OF ANY OTHER STOVES IN THE MARKET, AND . Are" Sold Rhem* Respectfully Yours, FRANK C. BEALL, ‘•The" Hardware and Stove Man. May ID rjDYAI Jj J Tril • i. M.U.H Jv.li 1 I No Disease of any kind can exist In the i l)')dy when Uovai. Uittkks arc used. I Diuggistseell it at $2 a bottle, rr sent free 1 express paid to any point on receipt of price. Manufactured by KOVAL BITTKKB CO., July 14 New York.