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KIMDAV, MAY 18, 1883.
Correct ltallroad 'I'lino Table.
T.,il:i. iiiihis rnliaiiolphl.i It. It, lento llupcrt
II 'f H 111. II 45 II. in.
4 i ll ). 111. 0 45 l. III.
ir Ins on llio I). LtiV It. II, luivu lroomaturg
I to a.m. i n. m.
10 47 a. in. It 45 a In,
11 at p. in. 4 3) p. in,
tiki ii 4 train south counects with iim I'lum,
del ililu s KendlD? at tiupcrt, and with thu
Murllii'rn uemrai ui noruiuiuoenanu.
Tli i 8:1' a. in train connects nl Northumberland
with :3 train on lDnniylrnnla road rencliiiik'
l'nl udciphla at fr.w p. m,
Tho 11:1 train connects with I'lillmMplil.i and
c'luiuf run i ni. ii'ipon iu u:oj rencuing l iuin.
delplila at c:oup. in.
The 11:43 train connects with t'ciiimylvaiila
r in i nt Morui'iiiiDcriiinu ui i:u rencniutf miiaael
phlaat7:23 p. in
Tho 4 30 p m. train connects with I'ennsjlvnnla
roid at Northumberland nt8:t)3 p. in. unu reaches
riilianuipuia ni. u. in.
1'ratnsi on tlin N. & W. II llulhvny pass lllnom
Fciry ai follows !
' 1.41 a. in It.i nr. in.
o.3l p. tu 7.H7 p. tn.
W. A. Jturr Ksq of Asliliuid, spent Tiles,
day In town.
Dr. niul Mrs Mitchell started for Snruto
g,t Springs on Tiicsilny. They will be nb.
sunt it month,
Hcv. W. II. Dill preached In tho M. E.
church on Sunday, In thu absence, of Dr.
Monroe who officiated at New Columbia.
Amonit our callers thu past week were
K. S. Fritz, N. l'Vcas, J. 1). Ilodlne, J. W.
llollmati, Moses Hower, ,0. Q. Murphy,
J. Scarlet,, Jas. lleacock, K. J, Albertson,
W. II. Tuttlc, Jonathan I.orcman.
l-'oit Sai.k. A platform spring wagon.
Inquire of W. 0. McKlnney.
Jos. Decker Is enlarging his dwelling
hoiibc on Knst street, near thu furnace.
Court proceedings are crowded out this
week, but will appear in full next week.
Illustrated liook of C'nitc Illriln mailed tor a 3
cent btamp. Illrd rood Co., S37 South 8th St. l'hlla.
J. Saltzcr has just put In his music ware
rooms, n beautiful upright chlckcrlng pla.
J. K. J.ockard Is breaking ground for a
resldencu on Fifth Street,' next to O W.
Leonard It. llomboy Is making extensive
improvements nbout Ids property on Hock
Thermometers, all sizes. Small ones for
scroll work, at the Columbian store.
Col. Freeze has given his it on fence a
fresh coat of paint, making it look bright
and new. ,
bweet potato plants, 40c per 100 at J. Gar
rison's 0th street.
the State Teachers' Absoeiation will
meet at Wllllamsport on July 10th, 11th
John M. Chirk, Ksrp, has removed his
law olllec from Schuyler's building to
rooms over Moycr 15ros' drug store.
Tho Lycoming Chronicle appeared in
mourning last week, and published an ex
cellent likeness of its deceased editor, Col.
According to the Clinton Democrat there
will bo about seventeen graduates from the
Lock Haven Normal School. The com
mencement will be held .May 25th.
Hcmembcr the lecture of Col. Copeland,
at thu Opera Iloiibu on next Friday even
ing, for benefit of Knt l'ost, O. A. It. Ad
mission U5 and 00 cents. Seats can be se
cured at Deutlur's Shoe Store.
If you want a nice Spring Hal
Thu latest color and stylu call at
David Lowenberg's Popular Clothing
In thu report of thu OiundJury Inst week
a typographical error Hindu it lead thus,
"that a telephone4be placed at the county's
expense in thu court housu and paid fur.'
It should havo read "In thu court house
Ilishop Whitehead continued u class of
thirteen at St. I'aul's church hist Saluidiiy
evening, There was a large congregation
present, mid the Ilishop preached an ublu
sermon, lie is one ot thu youngest of thu
You can secure a lino $200 organ for
$110, at ijli.OO per month, by joining tho
Kstey Organ Club of llloomsburg, 1'u.
Address, F. M, Kvkiiktt, Sec'y,
There was a fair utteudenco at St. (Jab
rlel's church, Siigarloaf, lust Friday on thu
occasion of thu Ulshop's visitation. There
were no continuations, the church having
been without a rector for some time. We
learn that ;ituv. Mr. Kockwcll will taku
charge again soon.
A complelu assortment of thu best Amer
ican watches, both In hunting and open
cases, warianted from two to live years,
at L. Ueruhnrd'B jewelry store.
You can becure a llnu 2.10 organ for
irllO, ata.OO per month, by joining tho
listey Organ Club of Bloomsburg, I'a.
Address, F. M. Evekett, Sec'y.,
The Ent l'ost of thu annul Army ltcpub
He extend au invitation to all tho Sunday
schools of tho town, and thu citizens gen
erally, to participate with them in thu ser
vices on Memorial Day, May 30th. Any
llowers or bouquets set to their hall on
that day will bo thankfully received.
O. 1'. SI.OAK, )
T. E. Oeddis, Committee.
W. Ii. Hinokosk, )
Hare Iliu guins In Fine Heady .Made Cloth
Ing, grand arrival of Spring Styles.
Wu defy competition Wo guarantee sat
isfaction. Elegant Stilts for Little Hoys.
Substantial Suits for School. Stylish suits
for Youths call and bu convinced that
thu best place to buy your Clothing is at
Urn Popular ( lothlug fctoro of
I'ctcrllUTi-oii, who plead guilty to the
clinrfu of assault and biittrrv with intent
to kill Michael Haley ut Centrnllii, was
brought before thu court on Monday mom
Ing for sentcbcc. Upon being asked by
tho Judge If he had anything to say why
sentence should not hu pioiiounced upon
mm. he said that he wiu drunk when thu
act was commuted and hud no recollictlon
of what he did, ami hoped the Court would
not bo hard on hlin, Judgo Elwell mill
Intoxication was no excuso for crime j it
was rather an aggiavatlon. The man who
voluntarily makes himself drunk and then
commits an act that endanger the life of
his fellow citizens, Is not a lit person to bu
allowed to run ut large. Ho oujjlit to bu
excluded from society, Thu sentence Im
posed was a line of 3100 and the costs of
prosecution and Imprisonment In thu pen
ltentlary for two years ami four months,
THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Tho caso of Keller vs, N. & W. 11. Hall,
way Co., has occupied thu attention of
the court Most of the week. All the jurors
not empanelled In this case were discharged
on Monday, Ilarkloy, Knorr and Winter,
stcen nru for the plaintiff, hnd Hiicknlcw,
cx-nttorney General Palmer, and Waller
for ,the defense Tim Jury H nut as we go
Tho ptibllp schools closed on Friday last.
The exercises consisted of declamations,
reading, dialogues and music. At the close
of tho entertainment Mr. liiicklnghnm was
presented with a handsome edition of
Scott's works, mid Mr. Miller with a copy
A lnrgu stock of silver-plated knives and
forks, as low ai two dollars a set, also
casters, butler dishes, &a, at Hcrnhard's
The Milton Water Company was granted a
Charter on Tuesday, MnymiintHnrrlsburg.
The capital stock Is $35,000. Now let the
peoplo declare for water for fire purposes
and public usage, and the works will ho
rapidly built. This Is and must bo one of
the crcatest public Improvements that hns
ever been Inaugurated In Milton, and will,
If properly managed, prove of vast benefits
to our enterprising town. Argns.
Cheapest Fashion Magazine In tho world, ISO
large paces, 4 pages new music lOOO cnernvlnirs
each Issue, SO cents per year; single corlcs 15 cts.
Mrawbrldgo Clothier, Bin k Market Stu, Millii.
Messrs. Elwell it llltlenbcnder, publishers
of the Columbian, will please accept our
thanks for a copy of Colonel Frccze's His
tory of Columbia County. The work shows
that the author has taken advantage of
every available point to make tho history
ns complete in possible, and tho publishers
dfscrvcjgrent credit for the manner in
which they have presented the work to the
public. Send to the Columbian office,
Illoomsburc for a copy. Jlencick Gatctte.
You can secure a fine $250 organ for
llfi, nt3.00 per month, by joining the
Estcy Organ Club of llloomsburg, Pa.
Address, F. M. Kvkuett, Sec'y.,
We announce this week important chan
ges in the time table of tho I). L. & W.
H. H. A new train has been put on the
load leaving Scranton at 0:00 a. m. arriv-
Ing at llloomsburg, at 8: 25, The train go
ing north at ;10: 47 connects with Buffalo
train so as to reach there the same evening.
They also connect with trains for New
York. At Northumberland nil trains con
nect for llarrisburg and Philadelphia, as
well as for Wllllamsport and Lock Haven.
Hnggiigo checked through to nil these
points from llloomsburg.
William Ij. Manning has the agency for
the sale of thu History of Columbia County
for the townships of licnton, Sugarloaf,
Fishlngcreck, Jackson, Pino Greenwood
and Madison, and will mako a thorough
canvass and give every body an opportuni
ty to procure a copy. Some peoplo who
want the work arc holding back thinking
that after thu demand lessens, the prices
will he lower. This is a mistake. As the
books are selling now the edition will soon
be exhausted, and it has been determined
to raise the price of the last two hundred
books. Now is the time to purchase.
Buyers take Notice. We have on hand
n large quantity ot lumber, shingles, &c,
which wo aru selling at the lowest prices.
Get our figures before buying elsewhere.
I.it.t.EY fc Sir.i'ey,
Thu Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
Express Co. began billing direct to Buffalo
from here on Monday lust. They are pre
pared to receive express for Buffalo and
intermediate points at low rates. Their
connections to all points East pud West
are of the best. They also began on Mon
day lo run an early express from New Yoik,
arriving hero at eight twenty-flvo a. m.,
giving them three express trains dally from
New York and samu going. Through the
efforts of their agent, hero Mr. Win. C.
McKlnney who lias given thu business his
individual attention, they have comu into
a lame share of the public tmsincs. Their
increased facilities for serving the public
will no doubt be appreciated by their patrons.
Hlie Didn't Want tu Hum Up.
During the Books trial last week a large
number of witnesses stopped at tho Ex
chango Hotel. Among them was a woman
who upon retiring at night, took her pil
low and going to thu door of her room,
opened it and lay down with her head in
the hall. Upon being asked why she did
this, she said she hnd not been out of Dan
ville for twenty-six years, and she wasn't
coming all the way to Bloom to be burned
up in n big house, llku this. Shu said
shu'd heard of them hotel tires before.
You can secure a llnu $250 organ for
$115, at sjil.00 per month, by joining the
Estcy Organ Club of Bloomsburg, Pa.
Address, F. M. Eveiieit, Sec'y.,
Tho case of Curtis Books vs. tho
Boroimh of Danvlllu was finished on Satur
day. This casu was brought hero from
.Montour county, and was au action for
damages for tho death of .Mrs. Books by
falling into tho canal at an unprotected
point. C It. Jiiickaluw and .lames ocuriei
Esih. were counsel for the plaintiff, while
Col. Freeze, drier and Hlckley, and F. C.
Angle appeared for tliu iJorougu. i no de
fcnu set up was that Mrs. Books was In
sane and committed suicide, her own de
durations for several years past showing a
suicidal tendency. The jury was out but a
short time, and brought In a verdict in
favor of tho plaintiff for $3000.00.
'I here were a great many witnesses pres.
ent, and the costs will run Into hundreds
Finu Spring Suitings
Flnu Dress Suitings
just arrived, call and examine tho Custom.
Department of David Lowenberg's Popular
Wo havo arranged tn grind Lewis' Pui:e
White Leah in Cami'ihui.'s anii Tiiayuu'b
PuiiE LiNsiiEii On., and are prepared to of
fer Inducements In prlco to dealers and
consumers. IIknt.y S. Heay,
3-2-3m Hupert Pa.
KiunorH of a Nov ltallroad.
Tho North Branch papers announce Hint
tho Delaware, Lackawanna it Western H.
It. Is about In build from tho Northumber.
land terminus of thu Luck it Bloomsburg
division through Union, Centre ami Clear.
Held counties, and one westward to mako
connection with lnipoitimt Hues running
west and south. This will open a largo ter
iltory abundant lu iron ore, coal, uml other
minerals. It will traverse a farming coun
try now remotu from railroad facilities.
The lino will lessen tho distance from Nuw
York to Flushing considerably, and will
prove a strong opponent of tho Pennsylva.
nlu Central and Heading ltallroad. ThuD.,
L. it W. road Is under tho Jay aould sys
tern, mid If so, ii lilo of thu heaviest rail
loaders In this country nru looking for u
route Into the Clearlleld legion. Cttarfitld
A IlarliiK HluliTVay Itotiltcry,
On Thursday of last week Lovl Michael
of Malnvlllc, drove to Orangovllle with
one horse, for a load of lumber. Between
eight and nine o'clock In tho evening ho
reached thu Espy ferry on his way home,
and nt tho trestle work on tho other sldu of
tho river ho wns joined by two young men,
who walked tip the hill besldo tho wagon,
engaged in conversation with him. Each
of them had n bottle of whiskey. They
offered him somo but ho merely tasted It,
ns It was vile stuff. On tho top of the
hill tho young men. got on the wngon. and
rodo somo distance, when Mr. Michael dis
covered that ono of them had a hand In
Ids pocket. Ho struggled to prevent the
man from getting Ids pocket book, where
upon tho other one struck Michael in tho
face, and pummelled him until ho was In
sensible. Ills face was bruised, and ono
tooth knocked out. Tho men then look
his money and left. They got 102, mado
up of three $20 hills, a check for 22,
some five and ten dollar bills, and a little
small change. Mr. Michael had taken the
money with him to buy a wagon, but de
cided not to pay for It until It was deliver
ed. After the robbers left him he wos In
sensible for some time, and It was ono
o'clock nt night before ho reached home,
In the conversation going up tho hill ono
of the men said ids name wns Bredhenncr,
A young man by that namo was arrested
the following day, and taken before it Jus
tice, but he clenrly proved his Innocence
and was discharged. This is one of the
boldest robberies ever perpetrated In this
Al'I'I.ICATIONH I 'Oil I.ICItNHi;
1IBMARKS OF TUB 00 U I IT.
In the matter of the applications of D. V.
Curry, William Pelfer, and Daniel ;Kchres,
for hotel licenses In tho borough of ('en
tralla. thu records show that these appli
cants were severally grnntcd hotel licenses
one year ago, and that they each forfeited
such license by neglecting to pay the II
cense fee ns required by law. The act of
assembly provides that payment shall bo
mnde within fifteen days after liccnsogran.
ted, otherwise it is no protection for a vlo-
lation of the law by selling without a li
It Is urged in behalf of these applicants
that lliey are to bo presumed Innocent of a
violation of law by Illegal sale. No doubt
such n presumption would nrise in the
case of a ciimlnal prosecution, but there is
another presumption of law that Is applica
ble here. If these parties havo neglected
to take up their license because they con
cluded not to keep a hotel, they knew that
such a representation clearly established
would relieve them from the imputation of
an attempt to defraud the revenue and of
doing an illicit business under prctensu of
having obtained a license. If they had
not violated the law by illegal sale, the pre
sumption Is that their Interest would have
prompted them to ollegu and prove to the
court Hint no wrong was Intended or prac-
ticed by them. They failed to comply
with the law requiring their license to
hu framed and hung up in their placo of
business. It would seem that there must
have been concert of action on the part of
these landlords. While other licenses in
the county paid what tho law required ;
these three, living In thu same town near
together, carried on their business without
offering to comply with the law, and with
out any attempt ut exc use. That the com
munity will bu incommoded by tho failure
of these applicants to obtain licenses is not
sufficient ground for granting the applica
tions to persons who have shown a wilful
disregard of the law. We cannot, without
repudiating the rules by which we have
hitherto been governed lu respect to with
holding licenses from applicants proved to
have violated the law, grant these licenses.
We must uphold the law and preserve our
own consistency by rejecting their applica
tions. And now May 15, 1883, applications
In thu matter of Thcophllus Evaus.nppll
cunt for a restaurant license, the evidence
is not sufllcler.t to satisfy the court that it
Is necessary that such a license should be
granted at the placo indicated In the peti
tion. A single witness is called, whoso
testimony is that thu restaurant Is necessa
ry as far as he knows ; and that Mr. Evans
is a proper person to keep n restaurant, ns
far as lie knows.
Wu think this evidence insulllcient, this
being n new house, to establish its necessi
ty for the accommodation of tho public ;
and we therefore reject the application.
CRYING FOR AID.
I.ohb or Appetite, Headache, Depres
sion, Indigestion ami Conttlpntlon, 1111
lousnciB, a Sallow l'nce, Hull Ejei, and
n Illotclieil Skin, are among the lyinptomt
which indicate that the liver It crying for
will stimulate the I.Wer to proper action,
and corroct all these troubles. One or more
of theso Pills should bo taken dally, until
health Is fully established. Thousands tes
tify to their great merit.
No family can afford to bo without Avon's
Dr. J. 0. Ayer &Co., Lowell, Mass.
Bold by all Drugglsta.
Bcrtsch's stock is fresh
Everv bodv snvs thu best.
Heady made he does not sell,
Tics, collars, cuffs he does excel ;
Shirts, suspenders, nlco and neat
Call and examlnu his stock complelu.
Ills prices are such that all can meet.
n ...... i. il.ni l n I ,.l,li. Pn
iU juu Minn fi,v u . y-it .v.,j v v
havu an entire new stock of all kinds ot
shoes which lliey ar selling very cnciip.
Just received a largo stock of oval churns
nt lvlnport cc uro's.
Largo stock of Mackerel nt Klnports it
tiro's, sold nt uottoni prices.
Best prluts Oo a yard with a full lino of
muslins, shirtings, tickings and all other
domestic good at lowest prices nt Clark it
A well selected stock of flnu nnd nobby
furnishing goods continually kept on baud
More of those nice wliltu dress goods
nnd embroideries nl Clark it Son's
If you want to buy dress silks of any
kind cither black, colored or summer silks
go to Clark itSon'si prices ns low as any lu
the stnte; large stock.
Green truck nt Ktnpnrts it Hro's every
Thursday nnd Friday mornings.
Columbian chovolts for shirts reduced to
lOo at I, W. Harlniau it Son's.
Havo you seen our now cheap towels and
table linens nt Clark it Son's.
For dross silks, dress cloths or dress
goods of any kind go to Ltttz it Sloan's
If you wish to travel buy your trunk of
Gross' N. Y. Store.
A fine lot of strnw lints Just received by
Evans & Eyor,
More white goods and embroideries at
Lutz & Sloan's this week.
New dry goods nt J, B. Skecr's.
Clolhlnrrl ClothlngTl Clothing 1 1 the
best nnd cheapest line of spring mid sum
mer suits, for men nnd hoys, can always
bo found at Gross' N. Y. Store, Blooms
ljrg. TOWN LOTS I'CIl SAt.K.
25 lots ranging from $325 to $400 per lot,
4 lots ranging from $500 to $000 per lot.
All south of tho Normal School. No money
required provided tho purchaser will erect
buildings nt once.
may 11-tf C. W. NEAL.
Gauze underwear for ladles, gents nnd
children at Lutz it Sloan's
Gents' shoes of tho latest design at
Rentier's popular shoo store, Main street,
below Exchnnge Hotel. IZTSZ
Do you know you can get a better carpet
for tho same money nt J. C, Letdy and
Co's than can he bought any placo In the
$50 reward paid to any person or per
sons who can buy ns good an overall for
35 cents nt any other place a at Gross'
N, Y, store, Bloomsburg.
Seo Lutz it Sloan's large stock of hosiery
Fine groceries, notions, canned goods, nt
J. B. Skcer's.
C. O. Mnrr wants sldu shoulder
and will trade splendid mackerel.
F. D. Rentier's stock of boots nnd shoes
for the Spring trnde is now In storc and
comprises all the best makes of the leading
houses In the trade.
Pictures, frames, window cornices, nt
C. C. Marr lias the handsomest and
cheapest ginghams and seersuckers in town.
At Dciitlcr's you will find ladles' shoes
In all widths and the best makes and styles
ever offered the trade.
A full line of ready-made clothing,
cents' furnishing goods, vnliscs, Ac, at
Evans it Eyer's.
For good cheap furniture, go to Cad
man's. For n plough shoe of the best make and
lowest price go to Rentier's.
C. C. Marr has splendid sugars, syrups,
coffee and teas try them.
Nobby suits made to order at Evans it
Eyer's, by first-class workmen. Prices
Elegant pallor suits, chamber sets, and
all kinds of furniture nt Cad in au's
C. ('. Marr keeps Bowman's Hour the best
in the market.
NOTICE TO FAKMEES.
I would call your attention to the fol
lowing implements for sale by the under
signed : Kemp's patent manure spreader,
Hemincton it Son's carbon metal plows,
Advance chilled plows, Gale chilled plows,
sulky plows, Cornell corn shelters, Centen
nial tanning nuns, separators ami powers,
one and two-horsu corn planters with fer
tilizer arrangement, Deere it Co's. walking
and riding corn cultivators, Buckeyo walk
ing and riding corn cultivators, Iron Age
and Planet Junior one-horse cultivators
with plow attachments, Walter A. Wood's
reapers, mowers and self-binders, Warrior
mowers and Branier reapers, Tiger, Lead
er and Monitor hay rakes, Triumph and
Monarch fertilizer grain drills, liny tedders
ami nay carrlurs, spring tootn drag nar
rows, spring tooth harrows on wheels, drag
and smoothing harrows, chopping mills
that will chop 10 bushels an hour with two
horses, Baldwin's hav and stalk cutters.
(hand and power,) C. it G. Cooper it Co's.
steam engines and saw mills, unci; mould
ing machines. Also Lister Bros' best bone
fertilizers in the market. All goods sold
at the lowest prices, and if not proven sat
isfactory can ue returned.
s. u. auiVK,
Do vnu know that you can cetthechenp.
est and best carpets, oil-cloths, rugs ita,
at the down town carpet store ou. v, i.eiuy
Down with high prices! Everybody
knows uross, tliu is, l. Lioiiucr, is under
selling all competition,
See I, W. llarlman it Sou's now llnu of
tablu linens 10 pieces 25c up.
Misses' and children's shoes, till sizes
ami styles, at uciillcrs,
Bertsch Is thu man upon whom you can
depend lor a uotiiiy sun and a good lit.
Sou tho new styles of seersuckers at I, W,
Ilartman it Son's.
Now open a largo lino of hosiery for
ladies ami ciiiidreus, gloves, luces, i moons,
ties, tlshues new stylo corsets, hoops, bus.
ties, underwear, buttons, ormunuiits, ut
uinrK iV eon's.
Evans it Eyer have secured thu services
ot a nrst-ciass culler nl llicir clothing store,
corner oi .uniii iv iron ois,
000 pairs ladles misses and chlldrens
ftiociongH nt i, w, iinrimnn iV son's.
When your wife's health is bad, when
your children are sickly, when you feel
worn out, use lirowirs iron Hitlers.
Wolfesville, N. C Dr. I. U. McLaugh
lin says : "I used Brown's Iron Hitlers for
vertig'o and I now feel like a new man."
Elkton. Kv. Dr. E. B. Weathers savs :
"1 regard Brown's Iron Bitters as a medi
cine of unusual worth."
iioui oits and ciiunciins.
The doctors of New York city, hundreds
ot whom havo personally visited Spcei's
Vineyards during the wiiiu making season
say ills Port Grape Wine has pioved to be
pure, unadulterated, of a lino flavor nnd
tonic properties and is unsurpassed lor us
restorative powers, mid they prescribu il as
a very superior wine. Tliu principal
churches in New Yoik and Brooklyn use
It for communion, i'or sale ny u, A.
Lvdls, E. Pinkhnin. wliosu benevolent
fncu is shadowed ir. almost every paper wo
pick up, appears to havo discovered what
Addison calls "Thu grand elixir, to sup
port the spirits of human nature. ' It is
iiuito evident that shu has thu patent ami
mis secured mo contract lor making over
anil improving the invalid corps or Ameil
can Womanhood, (llobe.
one sum'.uiNO sour, iiaim-y.
"If I can send onu suffering soul to you,"
writes James Corbln, of Washburn, 111.,
"I will bo happy. Samaritan AVrfine cured
me, nnd win cure uu cases ol ills." irl.ou.
V "Fools take to themselves the respect
given to their olllce." But Ivldiiey-Worl
commands respect for Its own solid mcilts
tested, tried and found not wanting in anv
essential principle required for the cure of
dyspepsia, piles, malaria, and all diseases
oi thu Kidneys, uowcis ami liver, Prepar
ed In dry nnd liquid form.
liTTho scarlet, cardinal red, old gold.
navy blue, seal brown, Diamond Dyes
give perfect results. Any fashionable
color, 10 cents.
By hind or nt sen, out ou the prairie, or
in tliu crowned city, Ayer's tatliartle mis
aru thu best for purgatlvu purposes, every
where alike convenient, ellleaclous, and
safe. For sluggish bowels, toiphl liver.
indigestion, bad breath, llatulencv, and
sick headache, they are a snru remedy,
llOXOOIII) fllt.U'K VINES.
Fine, vigorous Vines. Two. thieo and
Four Years' Old, for sahi by thu dozen or
thousand at thu lowest prices.
These Vines are raised on tho famous
Ml. Prospect Vineyards, at Passaic. N. J,,
where tho well-known Port Grapu Wlnu Is
produced that Is so highly esteemed ut
Dresden and Berlin, ami other Eurnneaii
Cities to which it is shipped, and Unit is so
Highly esteemed ny physicians everywhere-,
AddleSS, AU'IIED SI'EEII,
Jan. 20, '83-3(11. Passaic, N. J.
MARKET RE PORTS.
WliHHti ft busuel
Corn, " ,.
oats ' "
Flour rr barrel
Drltd Apples , ,,,,,,,,
Hides x Shoulders
I.ard per pound ,
Hay per ton
Huok wbeat'tiower per
h 1 1
,h l A
starts the May and June Sales with the unheard-of aggre-
gate stock of Two and a Half Millions
and nowhere in the United States is there so large a stock at retail to which
City and Country People
have access alike, with prices marked plainly, so that
All pay the same
at John Wanamaker'sl
The certainty that besides numerous bargains daily spread on the counters the
Big Store is now known to fix the Market Prices
, . VI?
of all the things dealt in, settles conclusively that it is the 1'iiST PLACE
FOR STRNCJF.RS to deal.
Those who do not care to atop over night at a hotel, can check bags, coats, umbrellas and packages a
the store door, and ctn get lunch in tho building.
Tho few items below show how things are going just now.
Send postal card for samples.
From one of the largest and
best Paris houses we have some
splendid lots of Dress Goods,
all told about two hundred full
pieces, that wore not ready for
delivery until long after the
time, and on account thereof
were reduced twenty-five per
cent, all around.
This makes some famous
A. 41-inch All-wool Illuminat
ed Beige, 45c,
A 43-inch All-wool Crepe
Beige, 60c. Fur under
A 45-inch Oashmere Beige,
GOc. Far under value.
A 42-inch All-wool Check,
50c. Far under value.
A 42-ineh All-wool Albatross,
GOc. Far under value.
A 41-inch All-wool Albatross,
75c. Far under value.
The following lots are very
A 40-inch All-wool French
A 42-inch All-wool French
A 42-inch All-wool Pin's
Head Check, GOc.
A 31-inch Nun's Veiling
The steady increase of our
Dress Goods Department must
bo owing to the constant watch
to keep our prices the lowest.
We could not afford to cut off
dress patterns and take them
back, as our rules compel, when
others sold at lower rates, so
we are on the alert all the time
to protect ourselves by mark
ing the lowest figures going.
Linen Sheetings, 21 yards
wide, value 90c, now 65c. ;
value 51.00, now 75c. ; value
1.20, now 85c.
45-inch Pillow Linen, 371c.
54-inch Pillow Linen, 50c.
40-inch Butcher's Linen,
4-4 Drawer Linen, 18, 22,
25, 28, and 31c.
Fine Cream Damask, $1.25 ;
reduced to $1.
Table Cloths, 21x21, 21x3,
21x41, 2 1-2x5 yards.
A Towel, 22x43 inches,
weigh half a pound, 25c.
A Damask Towel, 23x48
inches, good and heavy, price
now at first hands, 37 l-2c. ;
our price, 31c.
Some lots of Buttous and
Dress Trimmings at nominal
prices as long a3 they last.
New importations of Paris but
Ladies' English Holid-color
Brilliant Lisle Hose. 50n.
Ladies' Colored Hose, 12 l-2c.
Ladies' Long Balbriggan,
French foot, 20c, hitherto
Ladies' Fancy Hose, a fifty cent
quality for 25c.
Men's full regular made, (Ger
man) Brown mixed, 12 l-2c.
Men's English Striped, full
regular made, 18c.
Children's full regular made, at
15, 20. 30, 35c, worth
Children's and Misses' Trim
med Hots, ready to put on, for
$1.50, $1.75 and $2, and up
wards. These come from our
own work rooms.
Bonnets and Hats, all colors
and black, for 25c.
173 dozen sprays of fine
flowers at 25c. a spray, for
millinery and corsage. These
are about half price.
There is a new counter for
9 and 12c. Satin and Gros
Grain Ribbons, of which we
have all colors.
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The now Waukenphast shoe
is about the best thing yet that
has been done for men, if com
fort for the feet is considered.
Only first-class workmen can
make them, and, as yet, we
have not been able to make
sufficient quantities to get the
price lower than $7; but this is
a dollar less than, we are told,
is aked elsewhere.
A magnificent lot of newly
imported Lyons Black Grena
dines, warranted all silk. Tho
designs are rich and beautiful.
Two qualities, $1.25 and $1.50,
which is said to be less than
linlf t.lin pnat. minnrliitinri.
Before the goods reached the
counters twenty dresses were
sold by the sample piece that
customers saw in passing. We
have some other black goods
at half price.
Tho Madras, Nottingham,
Antique, and Tamboured Cur
tains nre in usual abundance.
Furniture Coverings begin
at 12 l-2c. a yard, and some of
our Cretonne are the cheapest
we ever had.
Handsome Antique Cur
tains, $3.50 per pair.
15-yard lengths of summer
silks, 35 to 65c.
Glace Changeable silks, 65c.
New India silks, black
grounds, small white figures,
very handsome, at $1,50,
A fair black silk is' going
now for 75c, and quite a good
one lor a dollar.
If you will pay $1.50, we
have a quality of the Bellon
make that we recommend, and
will ask you to rtommend after
Four styles Gentlemen's sus
penders, made in our work
rooms at Oak Hall, 15, 25, 40
Balbriggan Underwear, 37
l-2c. ; used to be 50c. Good
night shirt, 75c.
20-inch black Satin Parasol,
lined in various colors, ten gilt
ribs, hand-omo natural .stick,
spanisn lace trimmed.
Cletiut $tfeet, irteentl &nd JVfoAet 0treet,
C. B. BOBB1HS,
Foreign: ana Domestic
WINES AND LIQUORS,
ANU JOBBER IN CIGARS.
PRACTICAL TIN ROOFER,
0,PE:EA m USE,
am,... .,c.i, upon nAtv, p..:Ay,,h.?Z:..
thJ i3iu?i tf..t!r . YftVf ",tN;? !!)r,.1:: l"llm r r 1 k ot .miction.