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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
The Doccinbcr niiiiilior of the iVorM Mrs. ltnnimh UoariUlov of Now York. ! Q IT 1?DTT?T?'0. OA I 1?.
jimcficdH llevicw contains four uaiiers wliilo visUintt hor iliitialiter In Wilkes- M J xvx .,...-
upon "Tliofcmrmenl Trontniont ot rrcai-i iniir',iiii (mvu stuun on Saturday iiight
J. K. BIT7ENBENDEB, J E"18'1,
bVi.lay, Nov, 35. 1881.
Tho nMitlt of tho election in Now
York U not yd known oflici.ilty. Repub
lican counties lieM back tliair returns
possibly with a view of making tbcm
satisfactory to tho Republican!. Tlio
Democrats liavo curried tho legislature
and elected their Htnto Treasurer, lie-
publican counting and John Kelly aro
respon.-umo ior mo rest.
It U rumored that George 0. Gorhntn
is to be appointed Assistant Secretary of
tho Treasury. This would bo a mon
strous outrage. Gorham is tho editor of
tho Washington .Republican and tho
staunch defender of tho Star route thieves.
During the lifo time of President Gar
field, Gorham was his pernUtonl enemy,
nbusinp; him on nil occasions. Nothinir
could bo more indecent or more insulting
to nonest people man tho appointment
of Una man to a high position in
dent Garlleld, tho writers being Yin.
W. A. Hammond, of New ork .lohn
AshhurM, Jr., of Philadelphia; J.Marion
Sims, of Now York, and John P. Hod
gen, ot St. Louis. Dr. Hammond con
cludes that the treatment during tho for
ty eight hours immediately succeeding
tho shooting wn not according to tho
rules of surgery and thnt tho wound
was not necessarily fatal. Drs. Ashhurst,
Sims and Hodgcu corchido that tho
wound would have been mortal notwith
standing the best treatment known to
man. Dr. Hodgcn wonders how thu pa
tient lived six hours. Dr. Hammond
stubbornly maintains his theory of death
lrom malpractice, in opposition to tlio
views of tho nblest surgeons in tlio coun
try. Ho and Guiteau are apparently tho
only ones who think nlikoon tho subject.
Tho school teachers of tlio county
will be interested in tho following law,
passed at tho last session of tho legisla
ture. Hy its provisions teachers are al
lowed their time and wages, while attend
ing county institutes:
Section- 1. lie ilcnnclnl. Ac. Thnt from and
nftcr thu passage of tills net, It sliaU be the
duly of the school directors of the several
fchool districts of this Commonwealth, and
thoy arc hereby required, to allow the school
teachers, employed. In tho said school dis
tricts, who are actually engaged In teaching
school therein, the time and wages whilst at
tending and participating in tho exercises of
tlio annual county Institutes for the Improve
ment of teachers.
Section' S. That, at tho close of tho annual
sessions of the said institutes, It shall he tho
duty of the several county, city and borough
Nobody takes much interest in tho ex
istence of II. 15. Ilaye, but ho is not al
together forgotten. Tho St. Louis Globe-
J)&inocrat,n leading Republican journal, superintendents to make a report to each
suggests that it might be a cood thiiiL' hoard of school directors In their respective
in inilint him fnr i.m,itili,.it v in ll, n im. jurisdictions, setting forth the number of
to indict li m tot complicity in tho Mai- ;lnvg tlmt L,a'c)l tcnclicr ghllU hlivc nUcmle.l
routo frauds. It has como to bo pretty anil narticlnated in the exercises of tho suld
generally believed that during Haves annual teachers' Institute, which said report
fraudulent occupancy of tlio Wliito shall be tho basis for allowing tho teachers
House, corruption grow apaco in tho de- ,lldr, !lmo "'I',1, wnK' VoiuK That the
wi .i . ir tin provisions of t ils act shall not extend to the
partmet its. Whether Haves can bo held hr3t school district of Pennsylvania, nor to
in any degree responsible for the rotten- thu counties wherein special laws regulating
nes, is sometlung tlio people would like or relating to county institutes arc in rorce.
very much to know.
Approved the 1
:th day of June, A. D., '81,
IIent.v 31. Ilovr.
Twenty years ago, tho well known
dry goods firm of Hood, Jionbright it
Co, Philadelphia, wero compelled to sus
pend payment and effected a compromise
with their creditors at the rate of seventy
live cents on the dollar. Last week the
linn sent to tho creditors the twenty-five
per cent reserved, with interest for tho
whole twenty years. The amount was
something like Si -'0,000. Such an
honorable action deserves and will rc
ccivo the heartiest commendation.
ANOTHER ATT EMIT TO Klhli OUITKAU.
Tho brutal insolence and abusive con
duct of the assassin during histrial has pro
duced a degreo of exasperation excelling
perhaps, that which followed the mm der of
tlio President. Ominous signs ot disgust
and wrath havo been noticed both in and
out of tho court room, and threats have
been made against Guiteau. On Satur-
'm. day afternoon the prison van left tho
i - .1...
firm will rank higher
than over in the
A number of independent Republicans.
among whom were Senator Davies,
Congressman ljayneJIon. John Stewart,
C. E. Smith editor of tho Philadelphia
J'rcss, and Y barton Jiarker, met in
Philadelphia last week, to discuss tlio
luturo action ot the nnti-Uameron taction
ot tho Republican parly. Tlio gentle
men will doubtless adopt vigorous reso
lutions of independence from ring rule
and then fall into line and follow Quay
and tho rest of the machino leaders after
the latter have fixed the nominations.
They aro for reform when it doesn't
mean tho defeat of the ticket. Cameron
has no especial cause to fear these very
court house, carrying tho assassin back
to jail. A man on horseback followed
tho vchiclo and peered through tho grat
ing at tho prisoner. Suddenly he rode
to the left of tho van, drew a pistol and
fired through tho side, which was made
of heavy wood, lined with boiler iron.
The bullet grazed Guiteau's wrist and
was tlattened on the opposite wall. 1 lie
horseman put spurs to his steed and
made good his escape. William Jones,
a "crank," was subsequently arrested on
supicion of having tired the shot, but tho
policeman in charge of tho van positive
ly denies that Jones is tho guilty party.
Guiteau was terribly frightened, and
could hardly bo persuaded to leave the
van on arriving at the jail.
Jones was held in SoUOO bonds tor the
action of the grand jury, although he
was not identified as tho man who fired
Tlio United States engineer corps has the shot. It is not probable that ho will
been unable to do tho woi upon certain be indicted, as there is no evidenco
western streams that was authorized by against him.
the river and harbor bill, lor the reason The attempt to kill the assassin cannot
that during tho drought tho said streams bo defended it was unlawful and is a
dried up completely. The engineers reproach to the free administration of
have dredges, but no ploughs and no iusticc. Guiteau merits death but he
sprinklers for laying the dust while they should meet it at tho hands of the public
are working in river beds. It is main- executioner and in conformity with the
festly unjust for congress to expect these law. If this second attack has thoeffect
oflicers to envelop themselves in clouds of quieting Guiteau, and prevents his
ot dust while they are digging out the abuse ot counsel and court othcers du-
channels of streams. The coming con- ring his trial, much will have been
gross ought to insist upon tneso rivers gained. 11, however, he persists in his
Wu- outrageous behavior it is quite likely that
he will arouse such a leeling ot resent
ment as will result in his murder. Tho
Philadelphia is cursed witli scouu worthless scoundrel daily grows more ob-
drels ol all sorts, political and otherwise, noxious, and tlio whole country is sick
and now a now class ot rascals has been ol his brutality, insolence and ulnsplie
brought to light. These lellows make it mous vulgarity, it is hoped that Judge
their business to corrupt juries, and are Cox may decide to try tho caso without
known as "jury fixers." Tlio Philadel Guiteau's daily presence in court. At
phia Times in a scathing article con- present ho is a constant sourco of annoy-
demns these corruptiomsts, and oiters aneo to the court, and an irritant to the
tho following rewards: 1000 ior tho sensibilities of the people.
being paved with Relgian blooks.
limmport Gazette & Bulletin.
detection and conviction of the first, SoOO
for the second, HiM for tho third and
100 cacli for tho conviction of the next
ten. The offers will be open until Jau
uary 1st. 1883, ajd it is much to be
hoped that they w ill all be earned long
beloro that date. Tampering with jur
TUB TlilAIi OF THE ASSASSIN
Tlio interest in Guiteau's trial increas
es and tho court room in Washington
will not accommodatu tho throngs that
luily apply lor admission. T lie prisoner
is ono of the vilest of crimes and ?ti" 8ives " l h18 uarse outbursts of
affects tho person and property of every
citizen who may be called upon to ap
pear in court.
ill-temper and abuses his counsel at ev
ery opportunity, ma insolence is un
bounded, and he has so tried tho temper
of the court that Judgo Cox threatens to
have him removed and proceed without
him. On Thursday ol last week, secre
tary Llnine appeared as a witness and
Another financial disaster to chronicle.
The Pacific National Hank of Hoston clos
ii.l If a ilrtrti-j n fiin iTovu umrm tttiiMtir t n foil-
ures in winch the bank is involved." Tho K?vu a 6i,,ll nnt of tho shooting.
...nul.Innt nf Ihn lil-r.L-.rn li-inl- l.nrl 1,om, UO WUS HSlCUCd 10 Willi lliai'KCU ailOll
carrvimr one Weeks, a sneculator. who tio1'- mor Comacho, charge d' affaires
fniin.i nTvi(l,n!,wtii,itinn r,lmt Si o-.ii. from Venezuela; .Mrs. Jsarah 15. White,
000. Thoiuesident made no entries of lmrS of tho ladies' waiting room at
Wnnl; j vn twin inn a lint "l-mit ll Kiln iti
his head." The liabilities of tho bank !!oljt..A-. 1aI.kt'' W"l' riulso'
win mm Tfti.ia W. Wheeler, ueorgo W Adams, mil
sort of thine keens ifn thero will bo a M" Pf tllli J'-oening Star, and Jacob
fniiin.r nff i., il,., imnL-in.r Imsinns . P. Smith, laiiitor at the station, also tes
people will prefer to tako the risks of !1K:.li,!st Ul? prisoner. On Friday
burglary rather than trust their money
In tltlnt'na nml swttl.ll.il'd in tlm ulmtwi nf
witnesses lor tho prosecution were ex.
ai-o in tho hands of an examiner who aniincd and the pistol with which the
will try to hnd out now,
not beforo the crash.
what ho could
Tlio ollicial voto for Statu Treasurer
bus at last been announced from tho
state depaitment sit llitrrisburg. It is
as follows: Haily, 2G.V-,(J'; Noble, 2.58,.
-171 ; Wolfe, lt,98 i; Jackson, 11,07(1;
Wilson, 1,507. Tho total vote, including
108 scattering, fonts up .r)l);i,t;:i!5, and
liaily's plurality is (i,8il. The total vote for
President last year was 87-I.7!!.') 281,302
votes nioro than wero cast this year. Tho
Republican voto fell olT l!!2,o l.j, and tlio
iJeniocratiu a diiiereneo in la
vor of tho former of 10,112. If the Ro
publican votes east for Wolfe suv 10,-
000 -aro added to Rally s, it will be
soon that only fl2,.rl. Republicans staid
at home, to keep company with about
110,000 Democrats. iNome was defeat
ed by tho voters of his own party, who
would not tako tho trouble to go to tho
For fifteon years, at least, tho people tivo,
of this Mate havo been misrepresented
through tho operations ot tho itcpubli.
can machine. It has counted in defeated
Governors, Lieutenant Governors, Audi
tor Generals, Mato Treasurers nnd State
mid Congressional delegations. Tho
honest votes have always been against
them, but tho ring candidates havo been
declared elected by ring election olllcers
upon tho certificates signed by ringstius,
and tho will of tho pcoplo lias been delied,
murder was committed, was exhibited
Policemen Kearney, who amsted Gut
lean at tho station gave damaging tisti
mony in a most amusing manner. At
tlm session on a.ituniav. a nortion ot 1 1
vertebrae of the murdered President was
submitted in ovidenoe. Guiteau exam
incd this with curiosity but with no ex
pressiou of hoiror. Colonel Rockwell
Gen. Swaiui and Dr. Bliss were examined
tho latter at great length. On Monday
.Mr. Robinson, ono of Guiteau's counsel
ictired from tho case, having submitted
to as much abuse :is ho considered it
proper to receive. The prosecution leit
ed their cue, and Mr. Scovillo opened
lor thu delenso. inutoun behaved rathe
better than usual and made a brief
speech. A troop of mounted police
guarded tho van.
Mr. Scovillo mado a long argument
lor tho delenso on l uesday, with a vie
to cfetublisbing Guiteau's insanity. II
was frequently interrupted by the prisoner
who was however, not very demonstra
thwarted and crushed by means of a pol
luted rogUtry, a debauched election and
a fraudulent ballot. Tlio icsult has been
legbhturo bribery, pardon boaid infamy,
a corrupt me of the State funds mid the
i uslnvemcKt of tho people. This Is tho
fruit of Republican rule in Pennsylvania,
WilliatmpoH Sun it Hanncr.
last ntnl broke her neck,
A coroner's jury In Lock Haven red
red a verdict, on Monday, that Mar
garet Sullivan who was found on Satur
nay lying nt the toot ot tlio stairs in her
house, with injuries romlting f.itallv.nict
her death nt the hands of her husband.
He is in jail.
Richard Evans, aged about 30 years,
as run over nnd killed bv a horso car.
between Wilkes-llarro and Kingston on
Saturday night last, His neck was
rokou and face badly disligured,
Mr. Wagoner, n onou respected law
yer ot Ithaca, accused ol withholding pen
sion money due it client, nnd who is one
I the principal witnesses in the Uuitcau
ial, has been sentenced to ono years
John McGrath nnd James Sheridan,
while walking on tho railroad track Sat
urday, near Poughkeepsic, N. Y,, wero
killed by a locomotive, bheridan was
carried threo miles on tho cowcatcher
and horribly mangled.
Tho asylum for tho insanont Columbus,
Ohio, said to havo been tho finest in the
world, was destroyed by firo last Friday,
causing a loss of 300,000. Thero were
about 'eight hundred inmates, but no
lives wero lost.
Cluar head and voice, oasy bronthing,
sweet breath, perfect smell, taste and
hearing, no cough, no distress. These
aro tlio conditions brought about in Ca
tarrh by tho use of San ford's Radical
Cure. Complete treatment for $1.
At nn early hour on Friday morning
last, an attempt was made to blow up
tho residence of Mr. Merkcl, a prominent
coal operator at Mincrsville. A large
can of powder was placed on ono of the
arlor windows and a tuso applied. The
explosion was terrific, tearing out the
lower portion of tho house. Tho inmates
though badly frightened escaped injury.
Last Friday a blast was set near New
Chicago, on tlio lino of the Northern
Pacific Railroad, in which two hundred
ounds of powder were used. Tho blast
not going off as soon as expected, Nelson
Bennett, tho contractor, and four work
men approached tho spot. The blast
then went off, hurling great quantities
of rock and the five men into tho river.
The men, although severely bruised, mira
culously escaped alive, lionnett was
thrown 120 feet
St. Louis Republican.
It is very rare that the llcpublican
consents to editorially forward the inter
ests of advertisers of what arc known as
patent medicines, as it does not frcquent-
lall out that wo can have positive
knowledge of their merits. However,
we tako pleasure in saying of M. Jacobs
Oil from individual experiment, that it is
most excellent remedial agent, and as
such we can heartily recommend it.
Registered letters, containing diamonds
and watches valued at $400,000 were
ecently stolon from the Ilatton Garden
post ollice, London, Eng. The thieves
turned off the gas just as tho mails were
being distributed, seized tho bags and
made their escape. A reward of $5000
as been ottered.
Impoutant to TiiAvm.Kiis Special iti-
ucenients arc offered you by tho Burling
ton Route. It will pay you to read their
Advertisement to bo found elsewhere in
this issue. March 18 -10-w
Ed. Maxwell, alias Williams, tho out
law who is alleged to have killed the
Coleman brothers in Pepin county, Wis ,
was captured by a mob in the Court
House at Dnraiid Wris., and hanged. Ho
was dragged from the court room with
ropo around his neck and is believed to
have died before ho reached the tree.
A terrible fight, lasting two days,
between two sets of men led by rival
aloon keepers recently took place at
Fisher's Station, Indiana. JJeninniin
Ranch was beaten to death by llainp
West, a saloon-keeper. West aud Andy
i" nrreil another saloon keeper were bea
ten to a pulp and will probably die.
Thirty-two others were wounded, some
fatal!)'. One man was found dead in
liy virtue ot Buulry writs issued out of tho
Court ot Common l'lens ot Columbia county and
to mc directed, will bo ejposcd to public mlo at tho
Court Houso, in liloomsburg, Pennsylvania, at two ,
6'olock, p. m. on
MONDAY, DECEMBER .'th, 18S1.
Tlio follonlng described real estate, Mluato in tho
llo rough if llcrw lek, Columbia county, Pennsylva
nia, beginning nt tho corner ot In-lot number fifty
eight, tlienco nlonpf Second street weatwnrdly to an
alley nlnety-nlno teet, thenco hIoiik said alley eighty-four
and nve-tenthsfeet totliB corner of lot be
longing to the estate of William s. Kvans, deceased,
thenco along said lino nlncty-thrco feet to tho cor
ner ot lot numtcr mty-clgut, tlienco by lot number
llfty-elght ctuhty-foiir and nve-tcnths fott to tho
place of beginning, being tho northeasterly part of
lots number fltty-nlno and sluty.as numbered In tho
general pl.in ot s.ild town, containing seven thou
sand eight hundred nd tltty-olght and lite-tenths
Ret ot ground, on which aro erected ono largo two-
story frame drilling liouu, framo barn and other
Heliod, taken In exi-ouMinnt tho suit cf Thomas
Uauchor nj.ilmt franklin stow.irt nnd to ba sold w
tlio property of l'ranklln stowart.
jacks w, Attorney. Vend. lit.
The f jlliwlng described real estllo situate In tho
ltoroujhof luvwlfk, Columbia county, rcnnsylva-
li,botu,ded nnd djscrlbo.t as follows, to wit: On
tho north by .lackou street, on the cast by Mulber
ry street, on tho south by bt ot Harry Qrozler, and
on thtlwcit by nn nlloy.saltipotbolng foet in width
and feet In dap h, mown a3 lot No. Ulnlnsala
borough, on which nru erected n two-story frame
du elling homo nndont-kltchon.
Seized, takon In eirocutlon at thj suit of 1", I).
lilack against Jatkion Ale, and to bo sold as tho
properly ot Juckjon u
Ikei.ku, Attorney. Vond, Et,
All that certain lot or piece ot land sitmto In or
ange township, Columbia county, Pennsjlvnnla,
boundoland d.-scrluod as follows, to-wlt! llegln
nlng at a slono corner In a publlo loud and running
thence alonrsald ml north alxty-nlm aid a lull
degrees east eight pirches and four-tenths to n
stone, thence by lan 1 fonmrly of McKclvy Pr.iko
northJand three-fourths degrees west nineteen nnd
four-tenths perches to a stone, ihatco hy land form
erly of llonj unw lioono, Jr., southjslxty-nlno nnd n
halt degrees west eight perches nnd four-tenths to
stone, nnd thence bv land formerly of Jacob llag-
cnbuch south eight and a half degrees, east ulto-
toon perches nnd four tenths to thj placo of begin
ning, coulnlnlng one aero btrlet measure.
Onj other lot orplecj of land situate In Or.ingo
township, county and stato aforesaid, bounded nnd
described (.? follows to-wlt: lleglnnlng at a Btono
setforaojrner in tho public road leading from Pe
ter Jllller'ii farm to Light Street, thenco by lands
of Jeremiah Hagenbu:h north eleven and oiio-nunr-ter
decrees west nineteen perches and nvo links to
stone, thenco by lands ot tho said Margaret J .
Drake south nine aegroes east nineteen perches
and eleven links to a btone in tho public road afore
said, thoneo by tho samo south seventy and one
quarter degrees west tlvo porches and twenty-four
links to tho placo of beginning, containing ono hun
dred and twenty perches, bo tho samo moro or less,
whereon are credo t a story and a halt dwelling
homo and stable.
Seized, taken In execution at tho suit of l'eter
Ent's administrator against Joslah 1. Mcc nnd to
bo sold as tho property of Joslah I', hlce,
W.J. llccKitiiw, Attorney. Vend, Ex,
All that certain piece or parcel of land Mtuatoin
tho township of Greenwood, county of Columbia
State of Pennsylvania bouadjd and described as fol
lows: Bounded ou tho north by lands of Atnoj
Kitchen, Jesso Ileacock and John Miller, on tin east
by lands of Urlttaln Thomas, on thi south by lands
of Q. U. Wilson, Ira llobblni nnd Jackson Ilobblns
aud on the west by lands o: Lloyd Ye.igerondGeorgo
kester, containing seventy-two acres more or less,
of which about sixty acres are cleared and eight or
ten acres timber land. There are on tho placo ono
framo dwelling houso one and a halt stories high,
and ono framo dwelling nous j two stories high, ono
karn, part framo nnd part log, two npple orchards,
two wells of water, ono pottury kiln, and other out
buildings, good fences, o.
All that other piece or parcel ot land situate In
Greenwood township aforesaid, bounded and de
scribed aa follows, to-wlt: On tho north by
Scrofulous Itching and Scaly Hit
mors ot the Skin, bcalp and
I will now state that I nnda n miraculous euro of
ono of tho worst Cisj.s of tklu utseaie known The
patient H a man forty j oars old; had sunereu nrteen
jearj. Ills ejes, scalp and nearly hH whole body
preauuieu 11 uixiuim appearance, iiau umi mu m
tentlon of twelve din'erant nlivslcians. who pre
scribed tho best remedies known to the profession,
uuu r, luuiue pomssium, urdeme, uurrositu buuu
mate fearsaDurtua. etc. Had lutdfiuo for medical
leal treatment with but little relief. I prevailed
upuu mm io use mu uuueurn iteaoivem internally,
and tho (Jilttcur.i and cutleimi so.in externally, lh
did so and was Completely Cured, Tho Bkln on his
as soft ana sm.ioth as an infant's, with no sciror
trace ot the (ibeuse left behind, llo baa now been
cuieu tweivo montLs. Henorted by
V. II. UKOWN, Jisii., llarnwcll.S. O,
head, face, and many other pails of his body, which
I'lcarmi-a u must luuiusumo uppeurunei-,
Tholtov Dr. .In deLillluL' his experience with
theCutleura Itemedles, B.ild that thiotuh DHInp
rr iviaenco ono of his uailsh oners was cured of a
scrofulous sore, which was slowly dr.,lnliiL- uwuv
bis life, by the Cullcura Itcsolvcnt Internally, aud
uuueurn ntm cuticura soap exicrna'iy. inu poison
umi iiau leu ino uiseuse was completely anven out.
Sixteen months since, nn eruption brokooulon
my leg and both fcct.whtch turned out to Do Eczema
and caused mo great pain and annoyance. I tiled
uua iki ucuiua mill UU LrUUU rusuiu IIUU 1 used
tho Cutlcura Uesolvent internully and cuttcura and
cuueura soap externally, wntcu entirely curea me,
so luut, inv Bum ia nt Biiiuoiu anu nuiuri us ever.
LEV. M, KllAILEV, l South St., Daltlmore.
The futlcura treatment lor thocuroofSkln.Kealn.
and lllood DlsHases, consists In thu Internul use of
uuueurn iteioiveni, 1110 new moon runner, aim the
externul tw ot Cutlcura and Cutloura Soap, the
1'ricrt of ur I'IcritA.smill boxei, 60c.; largo boxes
fl.CUTIOl.'lt HKS0I.VK.Sr.il ner bottle. CutlJura
oap,z-e. l i-.u mru imvinu huup, ie,
Pepot, WEEKS &l-OTTElt, Iloston, Mass.
Small tio.v has hrokou out in I'ike
county and two deaths havo occurred nt
Advices from Mecca state 5,000 pe
sous aro dying daily lrom cholera, iho
steamer D, J. Eddah, refuses to embark
Dr. R. tSheltoii Mackenzie, the well
known journalist nnd literary wiitcr,
died in Philadelphia on Monday, aged
Leimbaeh's brewery in HiirrMmrg
was destroyed by fire on Tuesday morn
ing, together witli i'00 barrels of beer,
and a largo quantity of malt.
Sanforil's Radical ''wo,
Santord a lladlcal Cure, Catarrhal Solveut nnd
Improved Inhaler, wrapped In one pjckage.Nltti
full direction, and mid by all urugcUis fur one
dollar, Ask for Saufurd'd lladlcal Cure.
Horn u simple com or inaocuza to inu rottln
louglilng and d-nih of the senso of BineP, taste
uuu uu niiK mis k.uiv reiuuuy is Biipreiun, roi
sonous mucous accumulations urn removed, tli
euilro meinbranu cleaned, dlslnfeele 1. suoihed
and h'aled, huad and volco cleuied, Btnell, tast
ana hearing restoreo anu constitutional rava
ugesihOLked, Thus, exurnaily and Inlernally,
dues I hid ureal economical remedy work. In.
stanlly relluvlug and pirinanently cuing tho
most uggravaleil and dingerous forms of Ca-
Geutral AgentB, WEEKS t POITRH.
Hy virtuo ot sundty writs Issued out ot
tho Court of Common l'loas ot Columbia coun
ty, and to mo directed, will bo exposed to publlo
salo at tho Court Houso In llloomsburg, at two
o'clock p, in,, on
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10th, 1991.
The following described r nl cstato situate In tho
Town of llloomsburg, Columbia count) , Pennsylva
nia, aa tho property of Samuel it, Jacoby, bounded
on tho north by lot of 0. W. Miller, on tho cast by
Eaat street, on tho south by lot ot l'lorenco Donohuo
and Seventh street, and on tho west by an alley, on
which aro erected n two-story brick dwelling house,
two-slory framo dwelling houso, framo shop and
Seized, taken lu oxecutton nt tho suit ot Louisa
Gross against Samuel II, JacoVy and to bo sold ai
tho property ot Samuel It, Jacoby,
Miti.sit, Attorney. Fl. Pa,
All that certain tot of ground Bltttato In Orange
rlllo, Columbia county, I'cnnsylvnnla, containing
nlnety-nlno nnd eight-tenths equate perches ot land
ntrlct mcasuro, bounded and described, as follows,
to-wlt: lleglnnlng nt a corner on lino ot land form
erly of Henry I), Walker, thenco by said lino north
slxty.nvo and a half degrees west two nnd eighty
hundredths chains to a corner, thenco by land form
erly ot Jacob Harman nnd free school lot north thir
ty and one-halt degree! cast two and twenty-four
hundredths chains to a corner, thenco by land ot
Mary Martz, Emily Klluonnd others south sixty
four and a half degrees cast two nnd clghty-tlirto
hundredths perches to n post, thenco by land of tho
said llehry 0. Walker south thirty-two .degrees
west two nnl twenty-hundredlhs chains to tho
placo of beglnnlng,on which nre erected n two-story
framo building known as tho "Orangevllle Male and
Seized, taken In execution at tho milt of tho Or
angcvlllo .Mutual Suing rund and Loan Atsocla
Hon ngntnst tho Orangevlllo Mato and female Acad
emy and to bo soli ns tho piopertyof tho Oraugc
vllle Male and FVin.no Academy.
.Mit.i.Kit, Attorney. Vend. Ex.
U. II. EST,
Nov. 19-ts Sheriff.
on tho east by land ot Humphrey Parker, on tho
south by land ot Humphrey l'arker, and on the
west by Joseph rarkcr, containing eleven acres
more or less, of which about three acres nro cleared,
aud tho bal inco timber land.
Seized, taken In execution at the suit of William
Ilobblns for uso.of John Christian against John II
arker nnd to be sold as tho property of John II.
HOBisos, Attorney. Vend. Ex.
All lint certain lot or pleco of ground situate in
East llloomsburg, County of Columbia and stato of
'ennsylvanli.bounded and described as follows, to-
wlt: On tho north by an alley, on the cast by an
alley, on tho Bouth by lot of Turnbach, and
on the west by pubils road, leading from llloomsburg
to Berwick (uow called East street) containing in
front on Slid road (East street) about fifty feet, and
In depth about ono hundred nnd nlncty-elghtfeet,
on which nro erected n largo two story brick build
ing, stablo an lout-buildlnga; a well of god water
on tho premises.
Seized, taken In exec.itton at the suit cf lohn O.
I'reczo, administrator of I.o Ilia Menagh, deceased,
against ltlchard U. Jlenagh with nollco to Charlos
Savage, terro tenant, and to bo sold as tho proper
ty of ltlchard U. Menagh. with notice to Charles
Savago, It rro tenant.
IUkki.kv, Attorney. Vend. Ex.
Tho one-halt Interest ot nil that certain lot or
pleco of land Bltunte In OrnngeUl'o, county of Co
lumbia and Stato ot Pennsylvania, and bounded and
described as follows, to-wlt: Adjoining an alley on
the south, Main strict of said town on tho cast.alot
now belonging to tho heirs ot Peter Achenbaeh on
the west, nnda lot Bold to William Fisher on tho
north, containing four thousand and eighty-eight
ao,uaro feet moro or less, on which nre erected a
two-story dwelling house, barn and out-butldlngs.
Seized, taken In execution nt the suit of tho Or.
angcvllle Mutual Saving fund and Loan Association
against Calvin Herring and John Herring and to bo
sold as tho property of Calvu Hen log nnd John
Mn.i.Eit, Attorney. . Vend. Ex,
UZAL H ENT,
SherllVsonico, liloDinsburg, Sheriff,
November 11, 'Sl-tj
Mesil JEsHalc I
.Notice Is hereby iriven that the followlnir a "count
has been tiled tn Uu l'rothonntarj'H oltlee ot Colum
bia county, aud wll be piestnted lolho court of
Common Pleas ot sild CDunty on thu first Monday
of December. A. D. its-il and coMhmcd after t''i
fourth day of bald term unless exceptions bo filed
wumri iuji iiinu.
1. Account of John A. Funston. Committee of Sal
llo 1'egg, n lunatic.
2. Account of E. M, Tow ksburv. Committee of Ilc
iiMuuttiurauss'T, a lunnuc.
O, M, (Jl'ICK, l-roth'y.
iiepuiy. riov. 4-ic
XIX I'TOK'a NOT1CK.
KSTATK OV AlliM 1101T, UIX'KiSKD.
Letters testamentary on tho estate of Adjin
Uoat, lato of tho township ot Madison, Columbia co.
renn a., a.'ccascu, navo ueen gr.iniPii uy ino itegts.
ter of said county to Junius KUuer, executor,
All persons having claims against tho estate of thu
auceueni aro reuuesua u ircbcm mem ior bciuc.
ment and thoso Indebted to the estate to tnuke pay.
ment to the undersigned execuwr without delay.
f. W.MILLr.tl. JAMES KISNKH,
nov, 13 u-w
Tho undersigned executor of Mary A. Ooarhart,
late of Main township, will expose to publlo salo on
the premises In Main township on
SATURDAY, NOVUM HHR l(ith, 1881,
nttwo o'clock In the afternoon of sild day, the fol
lowing descilbed real estate to-wlti Sltuato on pub
lic roadjleadlng from Catanljsato Mlilllnvllle, op
p06lto Kipy, biunded by landi of William Fisher,
Solomon Poamer nnd others, containing
( Acres, 31 ore or Icss,
on which nro erected n
TWO-STORY FRAMK UOU?K,
STAPLE, SHOP and other out-bulldlr.gs, n well ot
water with pump near tho door, n lluo young
APPLE OltCIIAUD, trees nil bearing, also a line
ot of Peach trees, I'ear3, 1'lums and other rrutt.
Terms mado known on day of salo. Part ot money
can remiln In property.
W. II. YmTEIl.
Nov. 1S-2W Executor.
NotlcoUherebvirlven to nil lpcatpcj. crcdl-
and other norsnnsfhtnmalrrt In Ihn estates of
tho respectlio decedents nnd minors, thattho fol
lowlngndmlnlstrators',executors' nnd guardians' ac
counts havo been tiled In tho onico of tho lteglstcr of
Col. Co, nnd will bo presented for connrmntlon nnd
nllowanco in tho orphans' Court to bo held In
llloomsburg, on .Monday, Pec. r, isst, nt i o'clock
p. m. on said day t
i. Tho first and llnal account, of Joieph W. Eves,
administrator of 1'arvln Kes, who was tho ad
ministrator of Joseph l'llklngton, latoot tlrecn
wood township, deceased,
!. Account of John A. t'nnston, guardian ot Emma
Mills, minor child nf Mnrtiia M, Mills, lato ot
Madison township, deceased.
0. First and final account ot Mosei A. Lonb, admin
istrator tf l'aullno lK)eb, lato ot tho lloroughot
4, FlrBt and nnal account of Ocorge Whltentght and
Amos lienor, Administrators of Margaret Holler,
lalo ot Hemlock township, deceased,
e. Tho Becond and nnal accountof Daniel Miller
and Nathan Miller, exocutors of liojrgo Miller,
late of Minim township, docoa:od.
. Tho accountof William KrnsMor. almlnlstrntor
of Thomas Krcsiior, lato of Scott township, de
ceased. t. first nnd final ncfountof.fieob f. shoemaker,
administrator ot Lanah Chapln, lato of orango
8. Tho nccout of Lafayelto FcltTman, administra
tor of Charles reltcrmnn, lalo of Locuit town
0. Third and flnnl account of 1). L. Clnpln, ono ot
tho administrators of John Iloston, lato of Fish
Ingcreek tnwnshlp, decased.
10. V.rst and final ncojant of Kit Jones, administra
tor of l'rescrvo Conner, lato of ilenton own
11. First and nnal account of Henry Holllngshead
administrator of .Mary cleaver, lato of tho
township of Catawlssa,
12. First nnd Final account of Samuel Muvrave,
guardian of .Morris O, Forsyth, u mlaor child of
i harles Forsyth, lato of - township, de
ceased, IS, First nnd partial account t f Jnno n Case, ad
ministratrix of W. A. Caso, lato ol Scott town
Bhtp,dcceos;d. 11. First nnd lln.it account ot William llnrtzcil, ad
mlnlstrntor ot Mary E. Heller, lalo ot .Mifflin
IS. Firsinnd final account of Hiram It. Kllno and
T. E. Everett, administrators of Moses Everett,
lalo of Orur.go township, deceased, as filed by
J, Howard hllne, ndmlnislrator cf I', It. mint,
10. First and Hunt account of It. II, Kllno, adminis
trator rr Levi H. Lunger, lato of Flslilngcreek
lownslilp, licensed, ns lllul by J. Howard
Kline, idmlnLstratorof II. It. Kline, deceased.
IT. Hecond nnd final account of John Kllneerman,
eucutor of JoUn Mhnman, late of beaver town
Hf.'tster's Oil :e, i W. 11, JACOHV,
Uloomi'jur Nov. 4, l. f Kel-iter.
John il. Fmsfon's
Real Estate, Trustj Iuvesttnont and
Or Excuangn. Largo Frame Houso far two families,
;ooa Biaoie, rruii ana water, owneu uy 11. i: uiiurp
ess. HI Acres. Fromo llouse.bnnk bam. cnod fruit and
water. In Mndlson township, l'a. I'ccuplcd by
ST Acres. Ilurlev farm. Montiur townsh'n.frnmo
dwelling house, bank Darn and other out-buildlngs,
Sooa soii;auoue iuu acres iimoer; wen waiereuj
ealthy location, good markets. It desired, will dl
vldo in two or three tracts. o drnLs. Terms easy.
Now owned by Wm. Neal, Es'l.
A comfortable new brick dwelling on r.th street,
west ot Market, lu rooms. A bargain.
Four Pleasant bulldlnc lots on West street, cheat!.
Very desirable for quiet home3.
For pai tlculars. annly to
Oct. H, 'Sl-lt
JOHN A, Fl NsTON.
OLDEST AND BEST
Tho New York OBSEnvKuhasnow His largo it cir
culation of Its class. Itls
I'XDENOMINA T10NA L,
It will enter Its
with a sheet four times tho blzoof Its tlr.,t tsaue,
full of Foreign and Domestic news s with vigor
ous EdltorUls upon matters of rellirlous and secu
lar Inter 'St; with carefully cdltLd Departments
for chl dren, Sabbath School To lihi-rs, Farmers
and buInesi men ; Willi eight ncilvu Editors. nu un
rivalled stair of Foreign Correspondents, and paid
v.uuiriuuiui iu every iJure 01 inu eouniry.
WITH STEEL PORTRAIT 01" THE AUTHOR,
Is given to any ono sending us a bona ltde New 3un
sckibek nnd sa.13 fUr the coming yiar.
Specimen copies 'ice
Mdrcu: NEW YQltK OnSMlVEll,
Wl LOWS' AITRAISKMHM'S.
Tho following appraisements of real and
personal propcrlynt opart to widows of decedents
have been llled In tho on'ro of tho lieglster of Col
umbia county, under tho Utiles of Couit, nnd will bo
presented tor absolute confirmation to tho orphans'
Court lo bo held In llloomsburg.ln nnd for tnlil coun
ty, on Monday, tho nth day ot Dec, Isil, at two
o'clock p. m., of said day unless exceptions to such
continuation are previously llled, of which nil per
sons Interested in said estates will take notlco s
1. WIdaw cf Augustus W. Weaver Hie ot Fishing
creek township, deceased.
2. Widow oi Nathan Creasy, late of Catawlssa
3. Widow ot Geo. II. Willi, lato o tho lloroughot
4. Widow of Junes Wolf, lato ot tho Town of
HcffMer'8 ODteo. w it. J A 'our.
lllo juialim'ij, Nov. J, 'fl. il" d. ter
rdTATK OF KOIIUhTM. 1IAUTZEI., WCEASED.
Letters of ilmlhlstr.Uloii on the estate of l'obert
M, Ilaitzei.iate of Malu lownshlp.Culumbla county,
Penna, deceased. hac been crauted by tho KckIs-
terot said county to Joseph A. Hartzel, admin
istrator. All Dersons lialnir claims aealnst tho
I'stato of tho iltcfdeut nro icqnested to present
Liiem ior sciuemcui. anu imsc inueuicu 10 iuu e'
tato to make payment to tho undersigned admlnls
trators without delay.
.JUS&I ll A. U4l.l.n.L,
nov. ts-O.v Administrator.
DMlXlSTIt V TOR'S XOl'iC'K.
IV31AIK Ul .MAUTIIA Slll.'llAn, llLtKASKII.
Letters of administration on tho estate ot Martha
Shutnan, lato of il.iln iwp, Columbia county,
.leceased. have Deen irranted by tho lteirlsler of saia
county to tho tinders gned ndmlnlstrator.AU persons
uaving eiuims niunst, me eMaic oi saia ueeeaeuL
are leuucsted to treK'iit thimfor settlement and
those Indebted to tho estate to make payment to the
uauerbignea numimsiraior w ltnout ueiuy.
P. O address, JIaliivllle, Col , 0 , l'a.
TMTtne iq iri.M,.-i- r.i'i.-v 'pttat
nnDllcatton wll! be made, under the provision
ui the Act o: the eicneial Assembly of tho Common-
we.mn or i-enu-ijivniiia npproveuino v.uuuay oi
Aurll. is-1, entitled "An Act, to urovldu for tho in
corporation and regulation of cerliln corporations"
andllws'.viralsupplemeuts thereto, for Iho char
ter ot n tornoru Ion to Lo cjllul 'THE CitOSS
CHEEK I'OAl. COMPANY"' rroDued lo bo Incorpo
rated for Iho purposu of mining and Bering anthra
cite coa nnd u.'ipilrlns and exercising all thefran
ihles, rights and privileges relating lu or connected
Willi mc aeuuisirion, use anu uiipounu oi real
and personal property, and nil other franchises,
rights and privileges of a mining company Incorpo
rate under tho abje mentioned act and supple
ments. The mining operations of tin company niotobo
carried on lu the counties .of Luzerne, Schujlklll,
Carbon . Culumbla nnd Noithuinberland. In the
Stato ot Pennsylvania and sales nnd deliveries aro
to bo mado within or without the Bald stato rower
to sell or release the real estate of tho corporation
Is to he exercised by tho Directors without the ne
cessity of oblal dug tie c inscnt ot Iho stockholders,
.1 VMK-i 11. HOWKN,
No. sin Snilh Fourth sireel,
Novem'jer nth, imi-sw
Solicitor for Applicants,
Widow's appraisement In the estate of Kdward
Widow's appinlscmcnt In the estate r,f Joseph L.
Will bo ronnrmed n'sl on tho ilrt Monday of l)e.
cetnber. lsU, and unless e-xeet.tluns be llled
within fjurdiys thereafter, the samo will bo eon
Nov. 4-ti Clerk.
DO YOU WANT API OLD-FASHIONED KNIFE?
MA HER Sc GBOSH,
Warrant every knlfo having their nnino Btampcd on Iho blado to bo
Hand Forged Prom Rasior Steel
and authorlzo tho retail dea er to exchariro fr-c a" v knlfo nov Inir soft, or brcaktm.- from n llivv. accor.
ding to prlnlou warrant which Is given with each knlfo fold, Ths maiket Is llcoded with nice looking
knives, but they nro not made to cut with ; Tho MAIII1U ,t (HtOSll cutlery lsinado locut. Whenyounre
In need of a knife, whether a ono blado at tweuty.tlvo cents, era line pearl handle pen knife, pleasoglve
jura u it in j.
This cut shows tha best kulf 3 for hard service aid rough work lint was ever made, lllulosnro extra
thick, oil tempered aud every one tested by tlio bttoru nullslilnir. Though h'nvv it lins nn miners tn wear
poekets.and wo never Bent one to a uow nelghbjrho Jd j ct but that It brought us orders from other parties
i'rlcu for i blado knlfo, llko cut & cents
l'rlco for 1 blado knife, heavy, llko cur, but cornrs aro not ground oil &u cents
Till MAHKK A GitOHlI lll'I'CUKil KNIFit U HAND FOIttlHI) from tho beil Euglhh steel, aud will
carry a razoredge. Askfor thita and ill not take any omit bran 1, Mccau buys a knlfo with ae
incu oiu ie,
THESE GOODS, AT MAKER & QltOSH PRIOES, ARK FORISALE BY
I. W. HARTMAN,
II 0CT1T8 RXID9.
It VTH, Mlt'i; Itoaches,
waler nucj uhd Hud um
liluek Anis intravenous.
'ly I'AIU-OSS' HXTKHMI-
KM OH and hie. No fear
of lull nuns Jiirn
.Uu.. ..1 ,.,...,1 In ..
i.iyn'. 1) h' and rlioipi-ht virmln killer In tin
vtund. o failure In nu years, livery bo wurrant
nd, bold by all urocirs and druggists. k lor
l-AIIHONS'. Mailed for tic. by WKKKS S I'dPTKIt,
9 . 4fiw9imzrmK i
HH ' -"-" - rr.r.n irt fttru1 nJLl
Hgnflqroe'j atttaagpigaguPT'r 1fgyWbtf5i
The moil SuccesiJ'ut House in tha ll'urfif,
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE,
This Magnificent CABINET Organ
Uih an elotfant Stool, Iuk ami Music, boxe-t nnd
uviitvuu I'll iwaru -rar ui n iu 1151011 ew jtThcy,
Patb-faclli n tbnolutely puarunttid or money
rtuiiiltd alter cue year's ua
HpcciUcailom iih Pollciwrt t i
HVlln. K ft. lonJ ItelixllA. H f t. tnne. A
XJl.ulH-ili, H ft. UHip. I Miintul Sub-Ituse
tt (I. urn. 7 vnnainainuj.ii 11. tone.n
IJl.ipa. 11, h a. tout?, u iou iH.ice. 1 n.
tnnt?. lllinii,l r.xnrpikloii. 11 iTi'lirli
lloin. Nit. tun. 13 fUrp .i:llfiuio. 13
ox Humin:t.X l Kcho. H ft tone, la1
Dulclaiia.K It. tone. 10 Unrlnnt-t H ft.
17 Vi.UCtlOKtP.H ft. torn. IH Vlollnn.
4n.iuvox jubiiuntf. tift. ncuuo-jn
21 L'ounler llnrmonlnutf. V!J (rclietru
i'orte. J3 (iraiiilOrs.mKui.4 btop. Ui
OtHrtnt I Orjrtu thittldra tiut ron-
ikta an Oftiite- Counter, a atop wlttcli
uutl i th I'ttMi r of tn tnitrotnt'Dt. All!
of my (rrmu hui It. 'I hit Ctatn li a trl-l
uDti'hof iti Uian MuilJcr' an. It U very
like (In ubuvvi'Ut. Iba cut nf awlld wal-,
amy craimtnud wnti nanj cirv
opiirar OF MEW STOM
but. rrof timlv crm
lag 4U4 viivtbitn Uujr vtntin.
la nucliot ! of tha tutjit bt-autl
cxUut. It bal tin but Hilar ui-rUht
ltrfta with atatl irfnta.rollra tar am
natal ptiiiaii. aua iiaiiaiti.
aervlnc of i ilaoa in tha tiiilHou
aira'a parlor and wuulX oiauicat th Uu
Kiit cltarrvi paid tf not
k UPMITbr MannvDrJdr. Ksrra lrrnali
5 iUuk Uraft. or l.rrtsurael I.attara. Jloufy
efua itA LiiA nil fr.
m rejreH'Uj- IL'enn t uhtnrton
l)iiaaialui Half bt, 1 loi.t lMtb, lui.
ti t a ik it in w ills cf builJmzt an 1 atlcct iL
p raoa. J.tciaat curiae Us vimer tuaeu
A REOBHI ADVERTISEMENTS
A -DCATTY'S PIAHOFOnTES,'UcnIAcoftt
j a. i.uhily prrnm aniuituk'nuni i UuMortts, CourTW
hajirtmimo round cornet J, rotewood cawK, U rto uiilaoM,
Ula vh irumta, aiuoi, own. i'Ter, tnxrl.
W-).ir,li 2D7.M cataUiruu prlrM, hO( to l,(rf70,
autltfacUoii uuurantecd or money i-trundid, after ono ycar'a
.v. l'uuitjiui w,iut iu iuui
u-w i unrliili
'il tilAticfntf i,t llm imltnru J
liouKanila u atlfy , write for mammoth llt of tvklliUvMaifcU t
toatty'jcabliict crgaiu, mthodral. cburcli, cluiitl, amia
imiro vticviuo i irru crnngo moua u
UO upward) vlaiuiri vtlcciuui frcu drringo i
tejitftrnt Illustrated ratalotruu (holiday edition
IrVlPOnTANT 1 1 1
j&I u ant It tlhtlnctl v understood that I nmoBvui.
tl to offer to tha nubile preuter Inducement TOaxn'
FIAKOFOKTES I UK HOLIDAY TKLSEIiTS UaJl 6TCT MW!.
Wliy buy Uniiid.&juaro and U pright l'ianos a4pay
manufacturvro such fnormoui profits. Uetonjpu
docldo lo purcbaso n l'lano clsewbere, ttop I MTV.
at onco for aluablo Inf onnallon, Trlcksjlh. ttsd.
Wticrotlioi'Oit comi'Slii liow a 8fJ7.W Plan. aoat
tlOCU UiroiiRh unt'i.ts irotlta ot from (M0 t.VTM
moils on n biniilu salo, A 1003 l'lano hold to ou. man
icrtu, to ins ni'in'ior, mo Kimu tianorixi,
f,irfa".' toiiiiollnrfor &o.'JJ. It IIiIm lutl 11
uM.j jiru v. uu uiiiin, pait'suiu liiiiuu inn
uluifuu lai lioiicuiiuiisprlucfr-C'.IS -:
Km EIjIjWo. 1IU0V,
Addross or call upon DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washington, New Jersey..
its n Jul.
We ojiened our Xnw Store, nt
EIGHTH AND FILBERT STREETS,
Which IJitlliling forms a part of the main structiiro nt
EIGHTH AND MARKET STREETS,
This addition enables us in many ways lo add greatly lo tin;
comfort and convenience of our patrons
The Dress Goods Departments
Now occupy one unbroken linu of counter, reaching tlio entire dej.lli of th,,
Filbert street extension and around to Kighth street, about liOO feel in length.
Many departments heretofore crowded liavo had largely increased np.ioe
issigneil lliein, ami an aro given more or less ntiuiuoiiai room uy reason oi um
The only Now Department we havo added b that of
NOTIONS i STA
Where tho thouand and one necessary trilles needed by ladies wiil
Vn signalized the opening of tho New Storo by presenting for public itwii vti m
THE MOST MAGNIFICENT STOCK
IXRY GOODS IN EVERY VARIETY
that lias ever been placed ou salo in our city, and by offering iu
every department of thu houso
S&ME M&TABMB MAB&AMSl
That cannot fail to enlist the eager attention of Iniycis.
Wo invite all our out-of-town f riciuls. when iu Philadelphia, to pay a visit
of inspection to our enlarued establishment. Thoy will find that iu exU tidiiii,'
our premises to accommodate increasing business we nave arranged many ' nintr,s
with a view to their especial comfort and convenience, notably among which I
arc tho bureau of Information, the system ot chucking parcels, mu i.ailios
TRAHHE Si Mill
N. W.Cor. Ei
Market Sts S.W. Cor. Witliairl FitaUls
THAT CAN BE HAD FREE
By .sending address on :i postal card to
JOHN WANAMAKKR, PHILADELPHIA.
The New Descriptive Catalogue of
the New Goods for
Fall and Winter, 1881 and 1.882,
Containing valuable information by which persons
in all sections of the United States can avail
themselves of city fashions and prices. Among
the goods mentioned are
Ladies' and Childicn's Shoes.
Silks, Satins and Velvets.
Ladies' and Children's Suits
Shawls and Cloaks.
Ladies' Furnishing Goods.
Hosiery and Gloves.
White Goods and Laces.
Notions, Zephyrs, elc.
Fringes and Kmbroideiics.
Kibbons, Ties, etc.
Cloths and Cloakmgs.
Furs and Millinery,
Underwear, Corsets, etc.
Men's and Hoys' Shoes.
Rubber Guods, Trunks, etc.
Flannels and Muslins,
Linens and Upholstciy.
House Furnishing Goods.
Men's and Hoys' Clothing.
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Men's and Hoys' Hats.
Hooks and Stationery.
Toys and Games.
China and Glassware.
Furniture and Carpets.
Orders by letter, whether large or small,
receive the same exact attention as customers
present in person. Money refunded for articles
not as expected when received. No charge made
for samples of Dry Goods, nor for postage on
samples. Address, for sample.; or Catalogue,
Our store, known as the Grand Depot, occupies iho entire
block on Market Street, from 'thirteenth Street to City Hall
Sqtmrc, and extends to Chestnut Street. The ground floor alone
covers an area of about liirce acres,
L -- J
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