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Miscellaneous Advertisements.
MALTBY HOUSE,BaII! more
April Ist, 1879.
Recognizing the fact that the relation
■kip existing between the Counties o
Maryland and the City of Baltimore is
sack that residents of the Counties have
■cession to visit the City frequently dur
ing the year; in consideration of these
fasts and the liberal patronage extended
the ’’Maltby” in the past, 1 deem it but a
mattes of Justice that some discrimination
should be made in their favor. 1 have
therotorsooncluded to
Reducetbe Price of Board to $2 a day
feeling confident that the same will belullv
appreciated by them, and at the same tm.
merit and secure an increased share ul
their patronage. Assuring them that
nothing will be left undone that can add
tothsir comfort during their stay.
Rooms without board, 76 cents and up
ward per day.
V. U. HOG AN,Prop.
Apr 6
THEJSUN.
NEW YORK, BS3.
MORE people have read The Sun dur
ing the year just now passing than
evci before since it was first printed. No
other newspaper published on this side of t
the earth has been bought and read in any
yeai by so many men and women. r
We are credibly Inlonned that people B
buy, read and like Tun Sun lor the 10110 w- .
lug reasons, among others:
Because its news columns present in at- ,
tractive form and with the greatest possi- ,
hie accuracy whatever has interest for .
humankind; the events, the deeds and .
misdeeds, the wisdom, the philosophy, the ,
notable folly, the solid sense, the improv- ,
iug 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 i
exact truth to the best of its ability three [
hundred and sixty-five days iu the year, f
before election as well as after, about the f
whales as well as the small fish, iu 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- 1
tberance of the common good.
Because it is everybody's newspaper, [
No man is so humble that Tub Sun is in- |
different to his welfare and his rights. No J
nan is so noh that it can allow injustice {
to be done him. No man, no association ‘
of msn, is powerful enough to be exempt C
from the strict application of its principles J
el right and wrong. ,
Because in politics it has fought for a t
dozen years, without intermission aud f
sometimes almost alone among uowspa- J
pers, the fight that has resulted iu the re- *■
cent overwhelming popular verdict agahist
Robesonism and lor honest government. L
No matter what party is in power, Tub
Bun stands and will continue to stand like }•
• rook for the interests of the people J
against the ambition of bosses, the eu- *•
croaehments ol monopolists, and the dis- J
honest schemes ol public robbers. J-
All this is what we are told almost daily J
by our friends. One man holds that Tub J-
Sun is the best religious newspaper over }
published, because its Christianity is uu- [
diluted with cant. Another holds that it *
is the beat Republican newspaper printed, *
because it bus already whipped half of the *
rascals out of that parly, aud is proceed- *
lag against the other half with uudimin- f
is hod vigor. A third believes it to he lac *
best magazine of general literature iu ex- J
jsleuce, because its readers miss nothing j]
worthy of notice that is current in the j
world of thought. So every friend of Tub 1
Sun discovers one of its many sides that
appeals with particular force to his indi- j?
vidual liking. ... G
If you already know Tub Sun vou will J
observe that in 1888 it is a little beitei .
than ever before, ll you do not already f
know Tub Sun, you will find it to boa
mirror of 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 gen
mine Jefferson mu Democracy, a scourge
for wickedness ol every species, and an j
uncommonly good investment for the com- j
ing year. 1
Terms to Mali Subscribers. j
The several editions of The Sun arc *
sent by mail,postpaid, as follows; ,
DAILY—S cents a month, 50.50 a ■
yoar; witli Sunday edition, &7.70. ,
SUM DAY —Eight pages, uI.JO a year. }
WEEKLY,— v -1 a year. Eight pages of }
the best matter of the daily issues; an 1
Agricultural Department of nnequaled
merit, market reports, nnd literary,
scientific, and domestic Intelligence make c
The Sun the newspaper lor the farmer’s
household. To clubs ol ten $lO, an ex- 1
tra copy free.
Address I. W. ENGLAND, Publisher, I
Nov 25 Tub Sun, N. Y. City. I
• t
the Q-isnsrxTirsrEi (
Williams Sowing Machines J
AUK ACKXOWLBDOKD TO XUC TUB t
BEST IN THE WORLD j
They have received highest Awards at the t
Centennial and at nil other loading
Exhibitions hold in Europe
and America.
171BT MACHINE TTA2EANTED BY TEE MAEEE3. (
t
Factories located ; , Montreal, Canada, and c
PUtUburi* ? lev York.
t
THE WILLIAMS I JtACTDRBG CO, |
317 Kstra Saras Street, Uantrcol.
Miscellaneous Advertisements
O. JARRETT & BRO*.
Have added 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 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, Fee of Charge /
MVOrders by telegraph promptly filled. [Sept 18-y
FURNITURE I FURNITURE !
lUE PLACE TO BUY FURNITURE AT A BARGAIN IS AT TIIE NEW
ESTABLISHMENT OF
G[ l|,p|/n MAIN STREET,
■ In lllUlaLLjUpposlte M. WinelamTs Clolhins Heuse.
Walnut,Poplar and Cherry Chamber Suits. A magnificent Display of Hand
some Parlor, Diningroom, Bedroom nnd Hall Furniture. Cabinet Making in nil its
branches.
It# Undertaking Department.
iMA Metallc, Walnut and Rosewood Caskets
and 9 0,,1ns - liurial Robes and Shrouds ol all
■ ■ I Imvo the finest Hearse in Western
I ypl jH KZcai jl * Tf—rf Maryland and at all fuucrsls I attend person
's,} J /J ally thereby relieving the relatives of the do
—'' I ceased of all trouble in the premises.
Call and inspect my stock and get low pricesfor what you want.
Mar4-U C. F. NICKEL..
TELEPHONE
Exchange Company.
'•PHE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE
A COMPANY herewith present a cor
rected list of subscribers to the Exchange
system:
Adams Express Lear, D H
Allen, W T Lowndes, Lloyd, Jr
American Coal Co Lynn, David
Baltzell A Rouss Louaconing Exch’ge
Beall, R A & Co Lonaconing Review
Beall, Mrs Wm H,res Miller, D P
B and O Express Miller, J J
B aud O Freight Millman, F X
B & O Dispatcher’s Maryland Coal Co
office Miliholland Jas A
Boyd, A Hunter Maroan, E
Brace, Dr C II McKaig’s Foundry
Brace & Richmond McKaig’s Law office
Brady’s Mills Morgan, T P
Bruce, Dr JJ, res Magruder, Dr G W
Bruce, W-Rcv. offlceMorgan, John
Brandler, JN M News offlee
Blaul, F A New Central Coal Co
Blaltau, John A, res Noon, P
Beall, Baush ACo New Central Coal Co
(Froslburg) Lonatoning
Beall, P C, KrostburgOrrick, J C & Bon
Brant, L W Olir, Dr C II
Borden Mines Orrick, J C, res
Borden Shaft Owens, J P
Bloclicr, II W Penu’a B R in Md
Campbell, W P & CoPostofflce
City Hall Pompcy Smash (pub-
Clark, W B lie station)
Cook’s Mill Payne A Co, Frost’rg
Court House Peacock & Co
Coulehan Bros Rawlings Station
Consolidation Coal Read, W J
Co office Ridgeley, C has
Consolidation Coal Rohrer, LD, office
Co wliarf Rohrer, L D, mill
CA O Canal office Rawlings, G M
Cumberland Mill Co Roundhouse GC&C
Oumbe’andCcmenlCoßyan, J, Lonaconiug
Craigen, Dr W J, resßyan, D
Craigeu, John S Ryan & Bro, Pekin
Oil'll R, Frostb’gSanders, Jolm W
Cumberla’d Glass CuSandcr, J W, res
Dixon, John T Seay, C A
Daughtrey,P U & CoSecond Nat Bank
Eve, E D Shnver, E T, res
Earsom, James Shriver, Arthur, res
Fisher, John, res Sinclair, M
Fcidt, W II Sellers A Hol/en
Finnliiser & Co Smith. P J
Farrell, Mrs M Sloan & Sloan, Ocean
Flurshntz, 11 U F St Nicuolas Hotel
Flury & Son Somerville J, Bartm
Froslburg Exchange St Thomas Hospital
Fulton, JA& Co Schmitt, Rev V F
Gordon A Son Froslburg
Gramlich, P M Sloan A Co, Lonaco’g
Gas office Sell weitzer, J no, res
Gar 'Works Tearncy, M
Guskell A Everstiuc Times Office
Hast, John T Tbruston, Mrs G A
Healey, Dr ThosM TTlghman, F L
Hein A Co T vlor, T B, res
Heiu, P, res W U Telegraph office
Henderson, Qco, jr Warren Glass Works
Henderson,Geo,, i’injWater works
Uumbird A Co Whiteman, L P
Uali’s, (publicoffice) Welsh, r. II
Hermann, J G Weld A Sheridan
Hotel Elberon Wills Creek Tannery
Hitchlus Bros, Ftosl-Wiesel, J P
burg Weisel, J P, res
Haora,E,PublicofllcoWidcnei, J B, res
Hadra, E, res Weber, Henry
Hughes, Chas, res Weber, U, farm
Johnson, R IV, res Whitworth Bros,
Joy, Jos R Westernpert
Long, Mrs T Wilson, Lewis
Landwehr, Geo D Young, Chas A Son
Lavtu A Co Zucharias, J F J
TERMS.
Special line within half mile of Ex
change, $4.17 per month.
Special rates, ou application, for long
lines.
Messages to Lonaconiug, Cumberland,
Froslburg, Piedmont, Barton, Ocean, Pe
kin, Pompey Smash and to ail points in
the county, 15 cents.
Message and answer, 25 cents.
JOHN A. BLATTAU,
Superintendent.
Edwin D.Evk, Manager.
~A.XaLA.ISr LINE
STEAM BETWEEN
BALTIMORE AND LIVERPOOL
CALLING AT
HALIFAX AM) (QUEENSTOWN
EACH WAY.
f HUE splendid Screw Steamers of the
I above Lino will run as follows;
Tone. From Baltimore
Nova 5c0tian...3300... Tuesday, Aug 7
Hibernian 3440.... “ “ 21
Caspian .......3200 . . “ Sept 4
Nova Scotian.. .8300... “ “ 18
Hibernian 8440.... “ Oct 2
Caspian 3200 . “ “ 10
And thereafter every fortnight.
Allsleameisarc appointed to leave Bal
timore at 9 a. in., ou their advertised
dates.
Steerage Passage to or from Liverpool,
Londonderry, Glasgow, Queenstown, Bel
fast, Bristol, Cardiff, Ac., at Lowest Rates.
Very best accommodations for Steerage
and Intermediate Passengers. Ax exper
ienced surgeon is attached to each vessel.
Intermediate and Steerage Stewardesses
carried by each steamer for the purpose of
attending to the wants ot the females and
children.
For further particulars or passage tickets
to aud from Great Britain, apply to A
SCHUMACHER A CO., Baltimore; or
in Frost burg to J. JANDORF,
July 28-y Main Street.
• “For Kenralgia In the Hmh*. stomach, M
. hack, breast, (title, shoulder-bladei, or c*
* anywhere else, take Pkbuna.’'■■■■■l £
S “For Cramp of the Stomach, Oollc, *1
•5 Biliousness, Dfarrhcea, or Vomiting, take •
” ■■■■■■■■■■■■pißlß w
p ‘•‘For Cough. Asthma, Night BwcaUT o
Shortnasaof Breath. take I’kruka.” B
5 “For Chronic Nasal Catarrh, Bron- fc*
3 chltls and Sore Throat take I’ebuwa.” „
“Pkruna Is the purest, most prompt, S
S and efficientmedicine known to man.’* •
3 “ I’bruna Is the best appetiser, purest g
to tonic, finest Inrlgorator of the body and -•
bo mind. ” mmmmmmmammmmmam on
P “If you can’t sleep, if you are weal, or tr
p worried mentally, take rkni NA.” ■■■■ M
3 ‘‘But remember the most Important of w
alllsthatl’EßUNA will cure Cfcronlc Ns- *
sal Catarrh, Bright’s Disease, and Dla- B
>, betes of the Kidneys. ” ■■■■■■ fe*
& If your drufWjst Is out of our pafephUU •
on tile “Ilia oTXife, ’•or If you are labor- m
lug under a disease not mentioned In It or oi
® in these (lverllHen’ts,ddr*
03 tors, Dr. KB.Hartman A Co..Columbus,O. g
Fur Constipation and Piles, take
llßtfiM/WIII
Ili■ MK o*o 9! a I
1840 issa
(Junard Steamship Co.,
LIMITED,
OETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIV
-14 ERPOOL, calling at Queenstown each
way. Proposed Bailings from Pier 40,
North River, New York:
Scythia Wednesday July 25
Gallia “ Aug 1
| Rothnia “ “ 8
Aurania “ “ 15
5ervia..,........ “ “22
Scythia* “ “89
Gallia..* “ Sept 5
Cabin passage, 880 and Si 00 gold.
Steerage passage from New York *,o
Liverpool, Queenstown, Glasgow, Reliant,
Londonderry, Cardiff, or Bristol, S2S;
to Dublin, $29; to Loudon, s3l; to
Havre and Paris, Hamburg, Antwerp, Rot
terdam, Hremcri, Copenhagen, Amsterdam,
or Mauhcim, $32. To New York from
Liverpool, Queenstown, Glasgow, Belfast,
< r Londonderry, 421; from London, Car
diff, or Bristol, $24; from Havre, Paris,
Hamburg, Antwerp, Rotterdam, Bremen,
or Amsterdam, $27 ; from Gothenburg, or
Copenhagen, S2S. For further particulars
or tickets apply to or address
THOS. G. PORTER,
July 31 Frostbute, Md.
Nerve-Life and Vigor
- RESTO3FL3OI>-
f>-H This cut shown the
Howard Electric
Magnetic Shield
ns u PpN°“ ovcr the Kid
I—s i Bieyeandl\rvo*vllul
I'ilnncc made that
Jp m every purl ol
F U" body, ami the
I
f a \ 1 pij i POSITIVELY CURB
I *■ SSL, 4 ; Kllnyl>lHon*r
% ™ U ip & It honiimllwii,
| 4 OF THE M U y k)ic !>ln.
I Weak
JR**. — 1 Hon* Jiniioten
, •2vV!Styafi|-.cillf l eaMviiml Weak
-1 1' 1 11 , . I *l>f till- tlino
' ■ W OcuUal Organa,
(Talented Feb. S\ 1^70.)
VU’.SU M I''*C, from cnrlv lmtlcreih laclt
••*r\v f..*rve and fail to iiiiaiit clreiuMh.
Mll>!)h!'.-AORn M V.S olien i .cU \\i or, utlrßmt.
Tlie .MOTIIF..:, WIFE an 1 MAID, eulferim’from
1 ''"iiiil'. V. Vuk i,> t ]> Dili?y and other nil*
in lit?*, will find It lift on v ciav.
To one an I nil ve -r % -that tin s!d<;id
mid ud In n hhuiml wnv
V.'lTJl'.il'T l‘i;! i,Tin: STOMACH.
V* iirniiied due ‘.ears MUi
{.|ipibuiec n; ;<le.
' I'Miiphlet. THREb TYPES OP MEX.
n\fiy) r>. l.nlu'o tuilv, pi nt on receipt ol
-X*. b " ; FH EE.
African Galvanic Co.,
<l*6rOs iSI i*ladU<>* St., Clilrtigo.
: i •'.: <. uMnut si., rhiJa.
rvrrTr*" —^"^^nsMOKj
Sept 1
OF ANOTHER AGE.
(■irauuaU.v Siippliiiitvd by a
Better Article Certain O
Tilings are Done Away.
IN the general reception room of the
Western Union Telegraph budding on
Broadway, New York, are exhibited the
coarse, crude and clumsy instiuinems of
the infa icy of the telegraph. They are
only relics now. More perlect machinery
has superseded them.
Years ago what is now styled the old
fashioned porous plaster did some good
service There was then nothing better
of the kind. Now ail that is changed.
Science and study have gone deeper into
tlie secrets of medicine ami produced
BENSON’S CAPCINEPOROUS PLAS
TER, which embodies all tire excellencies
thus far possible in an external remedy.
The old plasters were si iw—tire Capcine
is rapid ; they were uncertain —the Capcine
is sure. Cheaper articles bear similar
names. Be careful, therefore, hat some
thrifty druggist docs not deceive you. In
the centre ol the genuine is cut the word
CAPCINE, Price 25 cents.
SEABURY & JOHNSON,
Sept 1 Chemists, New York.
I’HE MINING JOURNAL.
f 'J. B. ODER, Editor and Proprietor.
Joe>ru Womslet, Agent at Eckhart.
Extra copies, - - - 5 cents, —for sale by
W. L. Annan, Prostburg.
Oftlcc,MainSt.,Ui(cbiiiHßros. Building
TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION:
Oa* Copy,oaa year, In adrance sllO
•* •• alx months, •• 15
Froslbnrg, Kept. 8, 1888.
Til strength of a nation lies not
in armaments and armies, but in the
omnipresence of her industry, and in
the productive energy of har civiliza
tion.
California's leading industry now
is not mining. Its wheat this year
amounts to $40,000,000, and other
farm and dairy products to $50,000,-
000 more.
Some unknown person attempted
to break into the editor's house re
cently, but discovered his mistake
and escaped before the editor could
rob him. —Friendship Register,
The statistical agent of the United
States agricultural bureau for Minne
sota, in his report ol August 1, places
the wheat crop of that State at 102.
The average for all other crops is also
high.
At the town of Lagos, Mexico, a
few days ago, while services were be
ing held in the principal church, the
building was struck by lightning,
killing the priest, four women and a
little girl.
A certain little Pharisee, who
was praying for his big brother, had
a good deal of human nature in him,
even if he was only six years old. He
prayed, "O Lord bless brother Bill,
and make him as good a boy as I am!"
Royal Bitters
Cannot be sold in competition with
the cheap nostrums of the day.
Being scientifically prepared of
costly and valuable ingredients, and
cost more to prepare than others are
sold for.
One bottle is worth six bottles ef
other medicines, hence it is cheaper,
And besides it always cures.
The wheat crop in Kansas is thresh
ing out much heavier than was expect
ed, and the State board oi agriculture
has revised its former estimate and
now says that the crop will aggregate
3,500,000 bushels. The corn crop
in Kansas, it is estimated, will reach
fullv 200,000,000 bushels and will be
the largest ever produced iu the
State.
The Fruits of Merit— Dr, Hart
man t£ Co. —Please send me a lot of
your books on the “Ills of life.” I
sell a great deal of your Peruna and
Manahn. They are very highly
spoken of in this part of the country.
F. H. Bussman, E. M,, Weslford, Pa.
Hear Sir; I have taken half a
dozen bottles of your Peiuna and find i
it in doing mo great good. Yours
truly, James Wyatt, Steubenville,
Ohio.
A gigantic irrigating canal is be
ing made in Fresno county, California,
to water thirty millions of acres of
hitherto dry and worthless desert
It will be 100 feet wide at bottom i
and 5 feet deep. The dam will be ;
800 feet long, 25 high, 140 feel bane j
and 25 feetlt will be the largest
in the State. From being the most |
worthless, this great area when irri- I
gated will, it is expected, be ae pro
ductive as the richest land in the I
State.
Time to stop It.—lt’s too bad, Sir i
or Madam, but don't get frightened.
Your hair is falling off—that’s cer
tain. A glance in the mirror, or an
investigating commi'tee of fingers tell i
the dismal story. Wo won’t disc ujp
the possible cause. It is enough that \
Parker’s Hair Balaam used now will 1
prevent further destruction. I your j
hair somewhat gray, too, and crisp?!
Alas, yes. The Balsam will give back |
the original color, softness and gloss.
Not a dye, not oily, elegantly per- j
fumed, a perfect dressing.
The Newspapers People Like.— i
The success of a newspaper in any I
intelligent community does not ap- |
pear to depend upon its speaking for ,
the companies and large firms, or even |
tho popular trade preferences of the |
locality. A bard but honent hitter ;
of things, supported even by the bulk (
of the wealth and believed in by a ,
majority of the people themselves,
! may nevertheless command disting- <
uisbing support if intelligent and j
and well up with news. The success j
of the pronounced anti-protection j
' press of highly protectionist localities
| show this. Also the Republican press |
1 that belabors protectionism flourishes. |
The people road newspapers for their j
| news and sense, character and wit,!
1 whet bar trailing with one ism or an
other. There is ever a considerable
number of readers who like independ
ence, too, and like it eo well that they !
care not what shape it takes short of :
dishonesty. They rejoice when it is'
a trifle daring. 1
Clothing, Dry tionAs, Bouts and Shoes.
Great Reduction in Prices
READ HARTMAN’S
NEW PRICE LIST!
The attention of all persons ip respectfully invited to
the follnwing price* of EXCELLENT QUALITIES and IM
MENSE QUANTITIES of (loud* now in stock at
HARTMAN’S STORE,
Which in unquestionably the L.ABUEST and BEST In
Froutbnrg or vicinity :
Ladies Plain Gaiters at SI.OO
Ladies Kid Foxed. Gaiters at 1.00
Ladies Kid Foxed Gaiters at 1.50
Ladies Patton Pebbled Morocco at 1,25
Ladies Newport and Buttoned Slippers at .90
I AV ALSO THE CELEBRATED
CARLISLE SHOES FOR LADIES AND MISSES,
ACKNOWEDGED TO BE THE BEST IN MARKET.
Mens Buy State Shoes at $1.25
Mens First Quality Dixon Minin s 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
I is very full of the Latest and Most
Fashionable Styles from New York City.
Positivcly all other goods will be sold at the same sweep
ing reduction, and more positively what is advertised will
he carried out to the letter.
C. HARTMAN,
June 18-tf Main Street, Frostburg, Md.
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 tho Ladles a
VERY SUPERIOR LINE OF DRESS GOODS.
“These goods aro so thoroughly finished that they can be worn iu damp weath
i er or a shower without fear of being ruined by curling or shrinking.”
“The manufacturing, dying and finishing is done in such a manner that the goods
! can bo washed, if desired, without the least injury to the fabric."
I
Have also added this week to my stock the FINEST LINE ol
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
I Of the latest styles (manufactured to order) and of superior quality Just received. A
I call from tire 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.
1 MOO PHY.
A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
_
Last month we advertised that we expeefed a grand rush and was not deceived
, This month, as the holidays are approaching, we expect a greater rush, and would
I ask all of our friends (for they arc numerous) to call early and make their selections,
j My stock in general is
Complete in all its Departments.
! Very Respectfully,
WALTER EDWARDS,
Irou Front Building,
1 FROSTBURG, 3V133. j
lUwlluroii Advertisements.
JAMES E. ttiCßExiC
Attorney-at-Law,
Office No. 3 Water St., Cumberlanx), Md.
SPECIAL attention given to collection
of claims, examination of titles to laud,
and conveyancing.
Criminal, Equity and other business
promptly attended to. [Pcb 10
KENNY HOUSE,
Piedmont, Went Va.,
T. KENNY, - Proprietor.
r r'Hl3 Hotel has one of the finest Sample
1 Rooms on line of B. &O. railroad.
Oct 8-y
EXTRAORDINARY
Inducements
IN
PRICES
AT
FRANK C. BEALL’S
“MAMMOTH” HAEDWAEE
AMD STOVE STORE 1
DO NOT FAIL TO
Avail Yourself
OF THEM.
THE GREAT AND GRAND
ARLINGTON
STOVES
A RE STILL AHEAD OF ANY
OTHER STOVES IN THE
MARKET. AND
AbE~SOLP~ nHEAPI
Respectfully Yours,
FRANK C. BEALL,
''The” Hardware and Stove Man.
May 19
fIOYAI
■ B A V-vimig ml a Drjii J^^B
BittebS
I No Disease of any kind can exist in the
j body wlit-.i Hotal Bitters are used.
Druggists sell it at *3 a bottle, or sent (ice
I express paid to any point an receipt o
I price. Manufactured by
KOVAL BITTERS CO..
1 July 14 New York.

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