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■ALT BY H Oim K, II a lUinore Afbu. Ist, 1870. ■•cogoliiing Iho feel that the relation •hip axlitlng between the Counties o Maryland and the City of Baltimore is each that residents of the Counties have occasion to visit the City frequently dur ing the year; In consideration of these fee's and the liberal patronage extended the “Mallby” in the past, I deem it but a ■alter of Jastlco that some discrimination should bo made in their favor. 1 have thorotoroconcluded to Edieelhe Price of Board to $2 a day fooling confident that the same will be lully appreciated by them, and at the sattn time merit and secure an increased train- ol their patronage. Assuring them that Bottling will bo left undone that can add totboir comfort during their stay. Booms without board, 76 cents and up ward porday. C. B. UOWA-\,l*rop. Apr 6 THBJBUN. NEW YORK, 883. MORE people bare read Tub Sun dur ing the year just now passing Ilian over belore since it was first printed. No other newspaper published eu this side of the earth has been bought and read iu any year by so many men aud women. We are credibly intormed that people buy, read and like Tub Sun fur the follow ing reasons, among others: Because its news columns present in at tractive form and with the greatest possi ble accuracy whatever lias interest for humankind; the events, the deeds aud 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 aud affairs Tub Bun 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 at well as after, about the whales is weilss the small tub, in the face of distent ss plainly and fearlessly as when supported by general approval. Tub 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 bumblu that Tub Sun is in different to bis welfare aud bis rights. No tn is so neb that it can allow injustice to bedone him. No man, no association of men, is powerful enough to be exempt from the strict application ot Us principles of right and wrong. Because in politics it has fought for a doeen years, without intermission and sometimes almost alone among newspa pers, the fight that has resulted iu the re cent overwhelming popular verdict against Robcaouism aud lor honest government. Mo matter what party is iu power, Tub Sun stands and will continue to stand like B rook for the interests of the people 1 against the ambition of bosses, the on- | croaciiments oi monopolists, aud tbedis- 1 honest schemes oi public robbers. All this is what wo are told almost daily ' by our friends. One man holds that Tub Sob is the best religious newspaper ever I Subllshcd, because iis Christianity is un lluled witli cant. Another bolds Unit it U the best Republican newspaper printed, because it has already whipped half of the rascals out of that party, and is proceed ing against the other half with uudimin- | ished vigor. A third believes it to be the ( best magu/.me of general literature iu ex- | tstcuce, because its readers miss nothing , worthy of notice that is current In the | world of thought. So every friend of Tub Bon discovers one of its many sides that I appeals with particular force to ids iudi- i Tulual liking. : If you already know Tins Sun vou will : observe that in ISHiI it is a little belter than ever before. II you do net already know Tint Sun, you will find it to 1- a mirror ol all human activity, a storehouse juf tboeboieesl ptodua ol common sense and imagination, a mainstay lor the en" -i of honest government, n sentinel for gen uine Jeffersoniuii Democracy, a scourge for wickedness ol every species, and an uncommonly good investment 1.1 the com ing year. Terms to nail Mibserihi rs. The several editions i I Tub Sun arc stmt by mail,postpaid,as follow? DAII.Y-B3 cents a month. n year; with Sunday edition. 57.7 i. SUNDAY—Li,hi pages,... f .tSu a year. WEEKLY — v I yc" Eight pa.is of the best mailer of the daily issue ; an Agricultural Department of nnequ.iied merit, market reports, and lueiaij, scientific,and deun sin lutelilg) m ein in- Tub Sub the new spa, < r lor Ih farnm’s household. To clubs ot ten $lO. all ex tra copy free. Address 1. W. ENGLAND, Publlshd, Novas Tub Sun, N. V Oily. THU OJCrg U J-3ST3B William: C:v:ing Machin:: ARB ACKKOWI KDOKI) TO BB THE BEST IN THE WORLD .They have r mvnl biglxdt Award*** th' (Juntcnninl and ot all oIW lualin£ Exhibition* brief in Korope and America. XVZ2T KACHIiTS VU3SJM** ST 752 UUBII Factories loc&tod ..t MortrvnJ, Canada, ami Pluttoburg, Now Vrk. THE WILLIAMS uIkCFACTOBIPC CO. j 317 Notre Same Street, Noatml 1 MUcellass on Advertisements 07 JARRBTT & 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 lees money than thr same articles are furnished elsewhere in the county. All our Funeral Furniture is upholstered in the most tasteful manner. We Lave recently purchased an ELEGANT HEARSE—the finest in the county—with which we will deliver COFFINS, etc., purchased from us, .Free of Charge / WM* Orders by telegraph promptly filled. [Sept 18-y w* Dr J, Go °^ B. STERN A CD’S. I\l M> HOME AND SEE , Nerve-Life and Vigor 1 -B.HSTORHD.- 1 >_ Tills cut shows ths j Howard Electric w||Ss|p Magnetic Shield i ‘ applied over the Kid j fc T/i- iy*mid Nervo-vltul j 1 itihuice made that jr l * , ‘- f'i'iy part ol i f Th the body, and flit I / a only one needed to I t " fcS KT'\ \ rasiTIVRLY CUKH | * mbl T I Whi unmilum, ! Ok llHls I H yupciultt, c,£(v grsS tiu- worst canes ol -Nominal WonU I *| lion* liiiiiot. n ! eue mid Weak- | •J U J IH*fefe..f tlli* 1 rluo ' v ' V ■ (nOIlKul Or^lUlM, (I’Mlciii I Keb. •>*. U7P.J e.-■ YOI’NO MEN, from early IndUcretkn, lack nerve forca mid fail to attain strength. Minm.EAr.Kl> MEN Often lack Vigor, at tribal int; it to tin* iirograii of yrara. The MOTHER, WIPE nd MAID, an lie ring from I ciul \NVakm•*•, Nervous Debility uml other ail meiils. will find it lho only cure. To one and nil we say that the Shield plvcsanat ural aid In a nitiir.il way UTTliorr mil DOING TIIK STOMACH. Marriinifd One %>nr, and *h bcl u|>illnn ■ mode. Ilhutr n- d iHniiidiiof. THREE TYPES OP MEN, ilhi Pairphb t foi l.utlo w only, MOt OU roccdytoJ oc, waled. nnM*alvd. KHEB. American Galvanic Co., • A. ini .tfndlAovt St., ClilinßOi t.^lll OR thoftlnut Ml., Phil a# -■■ n I u I— m Srpl 1 FURNITURE I FURNITURE! I HE PLACE TO BUY FURNITURE AT A BARGAIN IS AT THE NEW 1 ESTABLISHMENT OF Cr N |p|#r. i MAIN STREET, ■ ■■ lilUllLLjOpposite M. Wineland’s Clothing House. Walnut, Poplar end Cherry Chamber Suits. A magnificent Display of Hand some Parlor, Diningroom. Bedroom and Hall Furniture. Cabinet Making in all its branches ■ I would call your attention to my Undertaking Department. jJfeL Metallc, Walnut and Rosewood Caskets * n( lo®® Dß - Burial Robes and Shrouds ol all I have the finest Hearse in Western Maryland and at all funerals I attend person- U I | ■ ally thereby relieving the relatives of the de ■* ceased of all trouble in the premises. Call and inspect my stock and get low prices for what you want. I Msil-lf C. F. NICKEIi. 10 ‘ • For Neuralgia In the limbs, stomach, n . back, breast, side, shoulder-blades, or e -2 anywhere else, take Pkuuna. ’ ’■■npi g o “For Cramp of tho Stomach, Colic, V* Pillousnesri, Dlarrbrea, or Vomiting, take ® I’KHi'NA.” ■BBHIMHipHBMHBpi W p “ For Cough. Asthma, Night Sweats, Q Shortness of Breath. take Fehuna.” g X “For Chronic Nasal Catarrh, Bron- fc* 3 chills and Boro Throat take Pbbuica.*' ~ *: “I luuna is tho purest, most prompt, p ” and efficient medicine known to man.*’ v *H “ I'kuuna Is tho best appetiser, purest § V) tonic, flnost invlgorator of tho bogy and •• mind.” HSS&SffinfIOBBHBHBBB oo R “If you can't sloop. If you are woLof rr q worried mentally, take PkaUNA. 1 * MttM n * • Hut romombor tho most Important or kri S all is that Fekuna will euro Chronic Na- ® w sal Catarrh, Brlght’fl Disease, and Dla- g botes of tho Kidneys. "■■■■■■■■■ ® p If your druggist la out of our pamphlets ■ >n tbo “Iliaor Life,” or If you are labor- m S Ing under a disease not mentioned in It or cm 0 In thesemlverilKern’ts,address theproprle- • w lorn, Dr. H.B. Hartman A C0.,C0l urn bus,O. © For Constipation and Files, take Agents Wanted for the New Book, DEEDS OF DARING By BLUE & GRAY. r I > IIE great collection of tho most tlirll -1 personal adventures on both sides dining the Great Civil Wnr. Intensely inl ( resting accounts of exploits of scouts and spies, forlorn hopes, heroic bravery, imprisonments and hairbreadth escapes, romantic incidents, hand-to-hand strug gles, humorous and tragic events, perilous journeys, bold dashes, brilliant successes and maiMiauimms actions ou each side the lino. 70 chapters, Profusely Illus trated to the life. No other hook at all like it. Outsells everything. Address SCAMMELL & CO., Aug 25-lim Philadelphia, Pa. VHE MINING JOURNAL. J. B. ODER, Editor and Proprietor. Joseph Womslky, Agent at Eckhart. Extra copies, - - - 6 cents, for sale by W. L. Annan, Frostburg. oEßce,MalnSt.,Hltchlnsßroß.Building TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Copy, one year, In advance f 1 80 ** ** six months, “ 76 FmtbnrK, Kept. 15, 1883. Coal was found in Rhode Island in 1768 and mined for use. The ladies of to-day Who are as “plump as a par tridge' are most admired by the men. All ladies can be plnmp and tieau tifnl by using Royal Bitters. They give the elastic step, The Rotund form, the peachy, pearly, beautiful complexion, The vivacity of spirit, Which is just too lovely for any thing in a woman.— Herald. A patent-medicine manufacturer died in New York last week. Before he died his friends asked him how he would like to be buried. He had just strength enough left to say : "Insert me top of column next to reading mat ter fifty two limes, electro, by mail,” and then he closed his eyes and pass ed away to that bourne where there are no omissions or wrong insertions. The Fruits of Merit— Dr. Hart man <£ Co. —Please send me a lot of your books on the “Ills of life.” I sell a great deal of your Pcruna and Manalin. They are very highly spoken of in this part of the country. F. H. Bussman, P. M., Westford, Pa. Dear Sir: I have taken half a dozen bottles of your Peruna and find it is doing me great good. Yours truly, James Wyatt, Steubenville, Ohio. The golden spike in the last rail of the Northern Pacific railroad was driven on Saturday, near Mullen's Tunnel, 5,548 feet above the ses. Ad dresses were made by President Yil lard, of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company ; Ex-Secretary Evarts, Sec retary Teller, Ex-President Billings, of the Northern Pacific ; Sir James Qannea (on behalf of the English guest*), Dr. Kneiss, of the Berlin Un veraity(on behalf of the German guests), the governor of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Dakota, Montana, Oregon, and Waihington Territory. General Grant also made a few remarks, in re sponse to loud calls from the assem blage. The length of the main line of the Northern Paoifiic railroad is 1,989} miles, and, of its branches 674 miles, making a total of 2,6541 miles. Deforests Illustrated Month ly Magazine continues to msrit the high encomiums passed upon its liter ary and artistic merit. The October I number equals in interest its prede j cessors, and contains many well-writ ten and entertaining articles. Among the contents are “From Oxford to Cam bridge," an interesting illustrated ar ticle ; "Bolter experimenting before Augustus the strong "A chapter on j Bitting-Rooms ." “Peasant amt Paint- | er;" “How we live in New York— j Tim Working Girl/' by Jenny Jane; ; the continuation of “Agaihe De Val- 1 snzs ; ’ several shoiter storms, "Home j Art and C rn ort, "and “Current Notes 1 which treat of If e World's Progress," i The illustrations foim ,n important j feature of this excellent ni l,cation and add greatlv to its i ilerosl Tne j Octoli r numb r has fjr frontispiece 1 n tine sleele engraving, . ftel D efieti- j bitch's I euutifo! j ainting, “ThwFoster ; Motbe. s Alarm.' A lit ho photo of ; Mi. Pi iiiin y's si itue I the Lor- lei, . now owned by Mr, W Jennings D. m- j i oresi, Jeo adorns this number. One of the numerous causes ot d;f --i lerenc.s of opinion between opera- I tors and miners in nearly all leading districts hss been the appointment of cheok-weighraen on the part of the workmen. In Pennsylvania, a law ; has just gone into effect which seems i to tike hold of the matter in the : 1 right spirit. The right to employ a ( . check;measurer is conceded to the j miners, the person chosen having the power to do all within the province of | his duty to them. In cast of ditier ences between him and the represen- i titivo of the employers, as to the cor- i rectnesa of scales and measures,the case ; is referred to the mine inspector of the district; the party in error to pay j the cost of the examination. Fraud on the part of minors or of operators’ : cbeck-weig'hmau is pronounced a mis- I demeanor, and upon conviction entails i three months’ imprisonment. In every | bituminous mine where coal is mined ! by measurement, all cars fitted must be uniform in capacity and must be branded by the mine inspector of the district, a violation of this provision being punished by a fine of not less than one dollar per day per oar. It is understood that this new law has been generally accepted in a good I spirit by employers throughout the i bituminous coal regions of Penn-1 sylyania.—N. Y. Coal, CletUac, Dry Uoe4s, Bouts and Shoe*. Great Reduction in Prices READ HARTMAN’S NEW PEICE LIST! The attention of all pernonn la respectfully Invited to the follnwing prices of EXCELLENT QUALITIES and IM- M t:\SK QUANTITIES of oeds now In stock at HARTMAN’S STORE, Which Is unquestionably the LARGEST and BEST In Frostburg or vicinity t Ladies Plain Gaiters at SI.OO Ladies Kid Foxed Gaiters at 1.00 Ladies Kid Foxed Gaiters at 1.50 Ladies Button Pebbled Morocco at 1525 Ladies Newport and Buttoned Slippers at MO I HAVE ALSO THE CELEBRATED CARLISLE SHOES FOR LADIES AND MISSES, ACKNOWLEDGED TO EE 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 Cut Dress Shoes from $1.25 up. TRUNKS FROM SI.OO UP. Straw Goods Department v * s *- ates t anc * Most Fashionable Styles from New York City. Positively all other goods w ill be sold at the same sweep* lug reduction, and more positively what Is advertised will be carried out to the letter. C. HAETMAN, June 10-tf Main Street, Frostburg. ltd. Eureka! Eureka ? Having secured the agency for tbo sale of the ‘CELEBRATED BROADHEAD DRESS GOODS, MANUFACTURED BY TOE | 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 bo thoroughly finished that they can be worn in dump wealb i er or n shower without fcir of being ruined by curling or shrinking.” “The manulacturlug, dying and finishing ia done in such a manner that the goods ! can he 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 XJlsterettes ■ )u t | 1() l((Wa- Ladies will do well to examine the above line ot 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. : is SUPPLIED WITH A FINE LINE OF PIECE GOODS, i Aud none but first-class workmen employed, under the Supervision of Mr. M. MOONEY. A PERFECT FIT GUARA TEED. Last month we advertised that we expected a grand rush and was not deceived ' Tins month, as the holidays arc approaching, wc expect a greater rush, and would ask all of our Mends (for they are numerous) to call early aud make thair leiections. My stock in general Is Complete in all its Departments. Very Respectfully, WALTER EDWARDS, Iron Front Building, i FROSTBURG, iMIEL j Miscellaneous AdrertlsemeHti.. JAMES E. MACBETIIV Mtornerj-at-Law, Office No. 8 Water Md. SPECIAL attention given to collection of claims, examination of titles to hind, and conveyancing. Criminal, Equity and other business promptly attended to. [Feb 10 KENNY HOUSE, Piedmont, West Th m T. KENNY, - Proprietor. r pHIB Hotel has one ofthe finest Sample I Kooms on line of B. &O. railroad. Oct 8-y "extraordinary Inducements IN PRICES AT FRANK C. BEALL’S “MAMMOTH” HARDWARE AND STOVEJ3TORE! DO NOT FAIL TO Avail Yourself OF TTIKIVT. i THE GREAT AND GRAND ARLINGTON STOVES A RE STILL AHEAD OF ANY OTHER STOVES IN THE MARKET, AND AESoZ CHlap] I Respectfully Youra, FRANK C. BEALL, j “The” Hardware and Stove Man. May 19 rjOYA] i B No Disnaao of any kind can exist In the body when Royaj. Bittkus are used. I Druggists sell it at $9 a bottle, or sent free I exprisa paid to any point on receipt o 1 price. Manufactured bv ROYAL BITTERS 00., July 14 New York.