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THE COLUMBIAN InD DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
FIUDAY, JUNIi 1, 1883.
JuctgoKlwcll la holding rourt nt Dniivlllo
A. 11. llacon of Wllkcslmrro was In town
Peter Collins registered nt the Kxclmiigo
Hotel on Tuvsilny.
Miss Murllia Drinker Is visiting relatives
nt Plymouth this week.
Mrs. Dr. U. P. Waller started for her
homo In Osceola, Nebraska, on Tuesday.
Mr. A. 1C. Wnltcr nnd family of Ashland,
were In town on Monday.
1). 0, Uertsch of Mnticli Chunk, was
visiting his son last week.
Miss Kltza Kuhn Is visiting ft lends In
Sellnsgrovo and Mt. Cnrmcl.
Hcv. 1 P. Mnnhart Is attending the Sus.
(uehannn Synod of the Lutheran church at
Miss Magglo Hutter, who has been visit
ing In Frcclnnd, returned homo on Wed
ncsday. Henry M. ltupert Is nt homo again after
m absence of several mouths at Kingston
W. H. Poust attended thu thirteenth an
nual conclave of the Grand Commandery
of the Knights Templar at Lancaster on
W. E. Smith Esq, of Hcrwlck stopped In
Hloomsburg on his way home from Pldla.
delphla last week. We received a pleasant
oil from him.
Among our recent callers with substan
tial favors were Jeremiah Hess, fleorge
Kramer, David Armstrong, John Wallers,
0 A. Ilucklnghain, II. D. Mclirlde, W. S.
Fisher, Gideon Michael, Samuel Hldlay, A.
D. Sceley Julius Hoft, Joseph Knelly,
David Weniier, Simon Itelcbard, W. Mil
ler, Charles llelcc, C. II. Jackson, A. K.
Oswald, G. W. Mauger, Itcubcn Hess, W.
K. Dletlerlch, W. House, E. M. Tewks
bury, Jacob Wenner, Amos Uelchard, W.
Evans, A. K. Walter, Philip Creasy.
Milton has a Chinese laundry.
There will be un adjourned comton
Monday Juno 11th.
Illustrated Hook of Cum- HlnU mailed Tor a 3
ci'iit stamp. Hlrd Food Co., S)7 South (Stli St. Hitla.
The Exchange Hotel register averngts
about two pages of dally arrivals.
Sweet potatoe plants at Dillon's green
houses at lift cents per 100, and sj:i.00 per
Douglass Hughes Is building a tine ve
randa In front 'of his largo brick on Fifth
Charles Kunkle Is laying a stone pave
ment about his premises on Catharine
Strawberries have appeared In the mar
ket. Look out now for a heavy crop of
A line lot of cabbage, tomato, celery
nnd beet plants for sale by W. H. Yetter,
nioomsburg, Pa. 2v
Tile Reformed Church congregation will
have an ice cream and strawberry festival
In Evans' Hull this Friday and Saturday
It. H. Itlugler Is local agent for the .Mu
tuid Life Insurance Co., of New York. This
Is one of the oldest and. strongest compa
nies In the country.
STIic latest style the "Ilroadwny" silk
hat now for sale at D. Lowenberg's.
The Iijcomin(j Chronicle is still for sale.
To i young man of energy this Is a first
class opportunity. The olllee can be pur
chased at a reasonable figure.
Andrew W. Gager father ot Mrs. R.
Uuckalcw, died on Tuesday at noon after
a long illness. The funeral took place on
Thursday afternoon from the house.
A large stock of silver-plated knives and
forks, as low as two dollars n set, also
casters, butter dishes, &c, nt ISemhard's
For some reason the cemetery company
Is very slow in putting the grounds in
shape. The appearance at the entrance
is not nt all attractive In its present con-dltlon.
A number of papers have annonnfi'd that
Thomas Chnlfant of Danville- will be a can
didate for congress under the new appor
tionment bill, but Mr. Chalfant denies It.
The apportionment bill has not passed yet.
Tho Commencement exercises of the
Normal School will be held three weeks
from next Thursday. (JuncSStli). A good
attendance is looked for. These exercises
are Increasing in Interest each year.
You can secure a lino 250 organ for
$115, at 43.00 per month, by joining tho
Estey Organ Club of Hloomsburg, Pa.
Address, F. M. Evkiiktt, See'y.
Wo are indebted to Mr. C. E, Monroe for
a pamphlet containing tho minutes of the
Fifteenth session of the Central Pennsyl
vania Annual Conference of tho 51. E.
church, held In Chambersburg from March
Hto the 20th.
E. A. llawllng has purchased a light
wagon of M. C. Sloan & Pro. It is a new
pattern, and Is very pretty, while nt the
same time they nro not as expensive as
other makes. It has tho side bar springs.
Tho examination, for graduation takes
place nt tho Normal School next Monday,
Juno 4th. There arc thlrty.iilne scholars
In the class. Three In the Scientific
course. In tho Elementary courso aro
t A-enty.oue ladles and fifteen gentlemen.
Three hundred packages of adulterated
teas Intended for consumption In the coal
regions have been seized lu New York and
shipped back 'to Loudon. Perhaps the
cockneys think any kind of herbs good
enough for Pennsylvania coal miners.
Gen. W. W. H. Davis has been editor
and proprietor of tho Doylestown Democrat
for twcnty.five yents, his first paper hav.
lng been Issued May SMIi, 1858. The
paper is one of tho largest nnd best week,
lies In the Blatc. May tho editor live to
servo his party and his country many
years to come.
Chcnpost Fashion Mngniini In tho world, 1M
lanro pases, 4 panes new m ut, 1000 cnsrarttiKs
each Issue. 60 cents rcrycar) ulnjlo copies 15 cts.
Btrawbrldgo & Clothier, Rth A Market Sts., I'hlla.
The ladles of St. Columba's It. C. Church
will have a festival In Knorr & Winter,
stecn's Hall on the evening of June 8th nnd
0th. As this church U making a strong
cITorl to put Itsilf on a self sustaining basis
it should receive tho llbcrnl patronage of
A complete assortment of tho best Amor
lean watches, both In hunting and open
enses, warranted from two to five years,
nt L. Hcrnhard's Jewelry store.
Two children named Crawford wcro
burned so badly at Iluckhorn last Friday
that they died In a short time. They were
left alone In the house, nnd attempted to
kindle n fire with coal oil, when the can
burst, throwing the oil on them, nnd burn
lng them with fatal result. Wo have not
learned their ages. Tho funeral took
place on Sunday nfternoon.
You can secure a line $250 orgnn for
$115, at $3.00 ner lAonth. bv Inlnlnit Dm
Estey Organ Club of Hloomsburg, Pa.
Address, F. M. Evkiiktt. Seo'y.
The propel tv of tho late William Webli
deceased, which Is advertised for salo In
this paper, under proceedings In partition,
is one or the most dcsirablo locations for a
dwelling in the town. It consists of two
lots on .Market street, corner of Fourth, on
one of which is erected a good frame dwell
lng, bam &e, There Is n bargain In it.
See advertisement In another column.
What to wear and how to wear it nru
questions often asked. Call at the Leading
-Merchant Tailor of Illoomsburir nnd full In.
formation can always be obtained, at the
popular store of David Lowenbcrg.
Shetiir Momey has been telegraphing to
learn something of HelTron, the escaped
convict. The commissioners refuse to
offer a rewnrd for bis capture. The coun.
ty commissioners had a meeting on Satur
day last, and took steps towards putting
the jail In proper condition. A survey was
made and it was found that there was a
fall of 11 feet from the jail to the look.
You cuu secuie a flue $250 organ for
9115, ut $3.00 per mouth, by Jolnli.g the
Estey Orgnn Club of Hloomsburg, Pa.
Address, F. M. Evkiiktt, Seo'y,
Air, H. F. Ilartman has In his possession
nu older patent deed than tho one mention,
td last week, it Is very similar In appear,
unto to .Mr, Hldley's, but Isdated July 13th
1773, It was made by Thomas and John
Fenu to William Itoss for hind In till
W, H. Poust, ngent D. L. & W. It. It.,
Jllooiinibiiig, can now sell n ticket itiitcl
ami cheek baggage through to neaily every
rnlhoad town In the United States. Ho
does not give n ticket part way nnd nu
order lu some other (dllco for the balapei
of tho distance, but gives tho ticket
through, may 25-tf
A beautiful line of gent's underwear,
consisting of gaii7.e and balbriggan. Me
dlum weights just opened, nt D. Lowen
We would caution our readers to see that
everything Is securely fastened about the
premises on show day. A gang of thieves
and pickpockets always follows a circus to
take advantnge of therowd, and break in
to houses left unprotected. Wo notice a
number of such robberies lu our exchanges.
If you leave your house on show day, lock
every door and window.
You can secure a tine $250 organ for $115,
at $3,00 per month, by joining the Estey
Organ Club of Hloomsburg, Pa.
Address, F. M. Evkiiktt, See'y,
Miss Disci, of Williamsport, will be nt
the Exchange Hotel Monday June 4th, for
the purpose of giving instructions in art
Embroidery, and the new Hibbon work.
Ladies interested in this work will do well
to call and see samples, which will consist
of everything new in the line. Miss Hisel
will remain for u short time. Ladles will
please call as early us possible.
''The latest style and lowest prices," Is
the business motto of D, Lowenberg.
Two women of Espy have got them
selves in the meshes of the law through the
medium of their tempers. One appeared
before J. M. Clark Esq., and complained
of the other who was upon hearing bound
over to keep the peace. This defendant
thereupon had the prosecutrix in the first
case arrested on a warrant issued by Esquire
Morris, on a charge of assault and battery,
and she too was placed under bail to np-
pear at court. Tho best thing for both to
do is to settle their difficulties at home.
A large and popular excursion will go
from Williamsport to Watkins Glen on Frl
day, June 13. It will occur tho day after
the adjournment of the State Teacher's As
oclation and a large number of the teach
ers will go. Tho rates are remarkably
low, but to secure them there must bo ut
least two hundred persons who will pledge
themselves to go. Tho round trip ticket,
Including an hour and a half's ride on Sen
eca Lake in a magnificent steamer with the
privilege of eating your lunch on tho boat,
and also free admission into the glen, and
all for $3 for each person. Excursion
rates could probably be obtained from Hup.
ert If a sufficient number of persons should
indicate a desire to go on this dip.
Head Quaiukks roii G. A. 1!. buns
The suits sold at D. Lowenberg's give
perfect satisfaction. The suits sold by D.
Lowenberg keep their color in fact nil tho
members of the G, A. H. are satisfied who
bought their suits of D, Lowenberg nnd
recommend them to their comrades. A
new lot just received at the Popular Cloth
lng Store of David Lowenberg.
A suit that Involves the legal Jpolnt as to
how far a parent's right to claim tho wages
of a minor child extends, and what
amounts to tho emancipation of a minor,
was tried before Esqulro Jlorris one day
last week. William Hawkins, son of
Thomas Hawkins, worked for several
months for Dr. Gardner, who paid the
boy according to contract. Young Huwk.
Ins has worked for quite n number of pco
pie ut different times, making his own
contracts, and drawing his pay, and tho
father had never objected, or notified his
son's employers that ho would expect set
tlement to he made with him. Hawkins
now sues Dr. Gnrdner for his son's wnges.
The Justice gave a judgment in favor of
the plaintiff for $98, on the general ground
that u parent is entitled to the wtiges of
ids minor child, The case will no doubt
bo appealed, nnd the question will be de
termined lu court.
W. L. Manning and J, F. Derr nro our
nuthorlzcd canvassers for Freeze' History
o f Columbia county In Flshlnccrcck, Hen.
ton, Sngnrloaf, Pine, Jackson, Madison.
Greenwood nnd Ornngo townships. Orders
tnny be left nt Dletcrlck's book store, Hcr
wlck, nt J. D. llodiuc'fl In Mntr.vllle, nnd
T. W. Hnrtman's, Espy.
See our 20 cent boxes of writing paper
and envelopes, They nro of good qunllty
with unique designs. Cheapest lu town nt
the Cot.UMhiAX store.
Under tho direction of Ent Post, G. A. 11.
the observance of Decoration day was elab
orately ; carried out. Tho Post went to
Orangcvlllo in the morning whero there
was quite a number of members, nnd strew
ed flowers on tho graves of their deceased
comrades. A llttlo nftcr two o'clock tho
processton wns formed on Market street,
consisting of tho Hloomsburg Cornet Hand,
Ent Post, and tho Firo department, nnd
marched up main stecct, to Normal school,
whero it wns Increased by the members of
tho literary societies. At the cemetery an
excellent address was mado by Col. S.
Knorr, which closed the exercises of tho
l'lrc Department IiiHpcctlott.
The annual Inspection of theDloomsbiirg
Flro department took plnco on Wednsdny
afternoon nt one o'clock nnd was a success
Injcvcry'woy. Tho progrnmmo as announced
Inst week was carried out. All the npparn
tus was In line, the Friendship engine
being drawn by W. Gllmorc's flue black
team, and the Hcscue hook nnd Indder
truck also being drawn by horses. The
companies made a very fine appearance,
and It was n common remark along the
street that Hloomsburg had no occasion to
bo ashamed of her firemen. Tho Town
council Inspected tho apparatus nnd will no
doubt order some needed repairs and pro.
vide some necessary machinery.
'I'lie Great O'llrlcn Kliotv.
TIIK CIHCCS 1IOVAI. A GOOD SHOW THE MALE
AND FEMAI.K UIDEIM FIIWT CLASS -TUB
ELEPHANT TIIK T1KST l'KRFOUH
ISO ANIMAL IN TIIK WOULD TUB
cinoos noVAi. is a i.adv
emeus AND a FIIWT
WK ItECOMMKXD IT TO TIIK PU11L1U OKNEUALLT.
Tub AuoisKciATioN is all that it is Aoveu-
tiikd A Fiust Class Exiiiiiitio.n.
From the Oil City Derrick, the lending first-class
journal oi lue Pennsylvania till news
oil city, .May 15, lSNl
Saturday morning early the Circus Hoy-
al pitched Its tents on the Seneca street
grounds. The rnln poured down nt
about the same time, mid kept pouring
down with occasional Intermissions for
breath, all day. Hut there was n large
crowd on hand to sec the street parade,
and although the grounds about tho tent
were soon beaten into n soft pasty mud,
and little rivulets of water ran down tho
canvas upon the spectators, there were
audiences for both afternoon nnd evening
performances. The manager of the circus
said this was their sixteenth day of ruin,
mid under the circumstances it could not
bo expected that tho show would be up to
its best. Nevertheless, the ring perform
ance wns good, and had the horses not
been obliged to wade through mud, nnd
the riders nnd tumblers forced to exercise
caution the audience would have been
treated to n tlrst-clnss exhibition. The
circus has good riders, both male nnd
female with It, and nmong them some of
the best in the Uulted Stntes. They have
also a trick elephant, which is superior to
any other ever shown in thu ring. Tho
menagerie contains many rare nnd curious
beasts, nnd their aggregation is all that
it is advertised to be. In tills respect tho
people were disappointed ; many thinking
that because the admission prlcu wns low
the show was n cheap one, when In fact it
Is a leading circus and menngcrio with
popular prices of admission. This show
exhibits in Hloomsburg, on Thursday,
We have arranged to grind Lewis' Fouk
White Lead in Cami-hell's and Tiiayku's
Puiik Linseed Oil, and are prepared to of
fer Inducements in price to dealers and
consumers. Henry S. Heat,
3.2.3m Rupert Pn.
A new line of rugs nt Leldy & Co's.
JNow is your time to buy dress silks, dress
goods, nnd trimmings away down, nt Clark
A fine lot of straw hats just received by
Evans ifc Eycr.
If you want n nice parasol or fan, go to
Clark & Son's.
For a goc
e made carpet go to Leldy
Moro white dress goods itnd embroideries
ui uiarK cc son's
New dry goods at J. B. Skeer's.
Tho largest lino of corsets, nt Clark tfc
A full line of ready-mndo clothing,
irents' furnishing goods, valises, &c, at
Evans & Eycr's.
Sash ribbons, new shades of ribbons, col-
mrs, lies, gloves, Hosiery, ivc, ni umri. ca
For n good, neat shoe, go to Leldy ifc Co.
White nnd colored macrnml cord, at
Clark & Sou's.
1,000,000 cabbage plants, also tomatoes,
celery, beets, &c. 8 varieties of Landreth
& Son's, Peter Henderson's and Gregory's
best seeds. 2 acres lu plants. Residence
nnd patches, 4th St., near Market, Hlooms
burg, Pn. Orders by mail promptly ht
tended to. W. II. Yetter.
Also dealer in pianos, organs unit sew
ing machines j best needles, oil, Ac. !w
C, C. Murr hns 30 samples of summer
silks, call and see them.
Fine groceries, notions, canned goods, nt
J. B. Skeer's.
O, C, Murr pays 18c for eggs.
For stair and hall carpets and fixtures, go
to Leldy & Co
O. C. Murr buys lard.
Tlic IMmIiIuk CrceK Knllruuil.
There Is another move being mado in thu
direction of a railroad up Fishing cieek,
und tho only difficulty In the way of Its
success can be overcome by the residents
along tho proposed Hue. Col. Jamison Is
nt tho head of the movement, nnd he rep
resents a firm who make the following
proposition If thu people along the Hue
will furnish the right of way nnd tho ties,
taking their pay lu stock, the road can bo
built. This Is a lair offer, us tho road
would develop tho country greatly, and be
of lusting benefit to the entire region
through which It would run. Upon tho
present effort depends thu question us to
whether u road will ever bo built up the
creek, If not done soon, other roads will
enter tho coal and timber region of SullL
vuu county, and tho Fishlugcreek road
will never be heard of, Now Is the time
Tho undersigned is prepared to repair nnd
put up first class lightning rods,
Juno 1 lm II. F. Hicks.
Moro dress silks this week at Lilts'. &
Sloan's. Cheaper than over.
Best body hrnssels carpet, for $1.85 per
yd., at Leldy fc Co., Main below Market.
A telephone wns placed In tho First
National Hank on Tucsdoy.
Nobby suits mado to order nt Evnns fc
Dyer's, by flrst-clnss workmen. Prices
Moro Jersey Jackets this week nt LuU
Elegant pallor suits, chamber sets, nnd
nil kinds of furniture nt Cadmnn's
Pink, lhrht blue, electric blue nnd other
colors of Nun's veiling nt Lutz& Sloan's.
TOWN LOTH FCIl SALE.
.25 lots ranging from $325 to $400 per lot,
4 lots rnnglng 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.
New collars for ladles nnd children, nlso
n large stock of ribbons this week
at Lutz it Sloan's.
I. W. Ilartman & Son
Show this week
27 styles ladles' linen collars,
111 Btylcs lnce collars.
20 styles whlto flchues and ties.
13 styles black flchues nnd ties.
New blnck laco buntings.
Hnndsomo fans nnd parasols.
New dress buttons.
Linen lap robes.
All nt the lowest prices.
NOTICE TO FAIIMKUS.
I would call your attention to tho fol
lowing implements for sale by tho under
signed: Kemp's patent manure spreader,
Remington & Son's carbon metal plows,
Advance chilled plows, Gale chilled plows,
sulky plows, Cornell corn shelter. Centcn.
nlnl fanning mills, separators nnd powers,
ono and two.horsc corn planters with fer
tilizer arrangement, Deero ifc Co's. wnlking
nnd riding corn cultivators, Huckevo walk
ing and riding corn cultivators, Iron Ago
and Planet Junior onc-horso cultivators
with plow attachments, 'Walter A. Wood's
reapers, mowers and self-binders, Warrior
mowers nnd Brumer reapers, Tiger, Lead
er nnd Monitor hay rakes. Triumph and
Monnrch fertilizer grain drills, hay tedders
nnd hay carriers, spring tooth drag har
rows, spring tooth harrows on wheels, drag
und smoothing harrows, chopping mills
that will chop 10 bushels an hour with two
horses, Baldwin's hay and stnlk cutlers,
(hand and power,) C. & G. Cooper & Co's.
steam leucines and saw mills, brick mould
ing machines. Also Lister Bros' best bone
fertilizers in tho mnrkct. All goods sold
nt the lowest prices, and if not proven sat
isfactory can be returned.
S. O. Siiivk,
Keokuk, Iowa. Dr. E. E. Fuller says
"I have used Brown's Iron Bitters in my
own family with excellent results."
PHYSICIAN'S WINE OF TIIK OP01ITO (1IUPK.
New York Physician's say that they
have been using Speer's Port Grape Wine
and Iron Bitters m their practice for years,
to the entire satisfaction of their patients
nnd themselves, nnd take great plcasuie In
recommending them to the public ns being
nil thnt Is claimed for them, nnd in fact,
the most reliable they can find. It is es
pecially recommended for consumptives,
the nged nnd for females generally. For
sale by C. A. Klclm, Bloomsburg Pa.
Elm Grove, N. C Dr. G. N. Roberson
says : "I prescribe Brown's Iron Bitters
ami find it all It is recommended to be."
Backache, stitches In the side, inflation
nnd soreness of the bowels, are symptoms
of n disordered state of the digestive nnd
assimilative organs, which can be prompt
ly und thoroughly corrected by the tiso of
Ayer's Cathartic Pills. As dinner pills,
nnd us aids to digestion they have no equal.
They cure constipation.
lIKTTKIt THAN $10,000 !
"I spent over $10,000. in 23 years," said
Major II. W. Ilines, of Boston, Mass., "in
being doctored for epilepsv. I employed
the best physicians in New Orleans, St.
Louis, N. York, Phlln, Boston, London
and Paris, but all to no purpose. Samtrilan
AtrWne has cured me entirely." $1.50
Both Lvdia E. Pinkhum's Vecetable
Compound and Blood Purifier aro prepared
at 233 and 235 Western Avenue, Lynn,
Mnss. Price of cither $1. Six bottles for
$5. Sent by mall in the form of pills, or
of lozenges, on receipt of Price, $1 per box
for either. Mrs. Pinkhnm freely answers
nil letters of Inquiry. Enclose 3c stamp.
Send for "Guide to Health and Nerve
Nervous debility, the curso of the Amer
ican people, immediately yields to the ae
tion of Brown's Iron Bitters.
"A fair outside Is but n poor substi
tute for Inward worth." Good health in
wardly, of tho bowels, liver and kidneys,
is sure to secure a fair outside, tho glow of
health on the cheek ami vigor In the frame.
For this use Kidney. Wort and nothing
Pictures, frames, window cornices, at
New goods ut C. C. Murr's.
Ul.trlu ,i,fTa n.,.l nllura ....nl.tloa nn.l nil
.junto, i-M.a it.,,. .uimi. uii.mil nj utm till
kinds of goods for gents' wear, ut Evans &
For oilcloth, window shades and carpets,
go to Leldy it Co.
O. O, Murr wants geese feathers.
For Kood cheap furiiltuie, go to Cud-
I O. C, Murr has splendid mackerel to
irauo lor sine, suouiiier aim nam,
1 Ladles, Clark & Son are agents In Blooms.
uurg, lor iiiiuericK uo-s paper patterns,
The largest and finest stock of carpets
In Columbia county will bo found ut
llrower's carpet store, Bloomsburg. Body
hrnssels. tapestry. Inurulns, mats. ruus.
oil cloth, hull und stair carpet In great
variety. 40 pieces, of hrnssels of new de
sign recently purchased, nro being Kohl
. trom 75 cents to $1.50 a yard, Ingrains
from 25 cents to $1,00 n yard.
coNcoitn niiApK vines.
Fine, vigorous Vines, Two, three nnd
Four Years' Old, for sale by the dozen or
thousand nt the lowest prices.
These Vines nre raised on the famous
Mt. Prospect Vineyards, nt Pnssnlc, N. J.,
where tho well-known Port Grnpo Wine Is
produced that Is so highly esteemed nt
Dresden und Beillu, una other Kuropcun
Cities to which it is shipped, nnd tiiat is so
highly esteemed by physicians everywhere.
Address, Alfiikd Speeii,
Jan. 20, '83-3iii. Passaic, N. J.
ifiTDon't wear dingy or faded things
when tho ten-cent Diamond Dye will make
them good ns new. They ure perfect.
Wheat our bushel ti n-,
itye " ti)
Corn, " , , i
oats " "
riour per uuitui 3.5a
uioverseea ... .,
Tallow , on
Dried Apples cs
.Sides Shoulders H
draper pound ,14
Hay per ton , 12 co
uucitwneat nowcr per 100 s.o
Flock Market was In moderate rinuest (mm
tho local consumers anil prices rule steady : sales
of 1,4011 barrels, Includlntt Mlimekota extrasat 15 50
itii: lViinsjlvant.iMmlly tt wiiij; western
do IS !!5 patents $1 W.7.MI.
IIYK rUH'll P'11S 1U f. l
WllBiT Market was uuiet. but linn r.ir Inm
ft 1W1.U0; (1.18V bid ror.Muyj tJ.WV. tor June:
11 hiv lor Jiuy i ii.soi, ror Auttust,
Cohn Klna, but not mueh dolntri car lots en
line; Wo bid for May j GS,,c tor June: UTi.e for July s
C8V0 for Ausuht. "
oath Tho maikct was steady 1 ear lots 44Mc;
WO bid for llttyjS.'o for Juiiejwxo fur fUly 1 4"u
1118 Ml'K ANIlCHAllAUTUlL lly C. Kdwards Los.
ter' author uf "Hits oiory anil Muiuui of Knglnud 1
'Tho Napoleon lynasly,elc. Illustrated. I'aiier.
loots i cloth, mem; llulf liussln, avu l'oMntre
stamps tukrn. Not hold by dealers; prices too
low1 Also tho follow lilt', lartfo type, uiiabrldifed 1
Lmt op Ai.kx. II. Htki'IIKN, lOe. ss. und 3V,
Urn op WixuiNinoN Iicvinii. by btoddard . Go
I.ipk op Hiu la.no Nkwtos. by Juinivt I'urtou. Ke,
Hip Van Winklk, by Washington Irvlug, . He.
HVKNiNM op ItoMK, by Canon Varrar, tc
Amkkioan iiuhohihis Arleinus Ward, . to.
Knocii Ahiikn, by Alfred 'leniiywm, so.
1IKSKKTKH V11.1.AUK ; Tin: Tiiavci.rii, (loldimlth, tic
COTTKK'H SATCIIIIAV niuiit, etc., Uol'trl llllrilK, 20.
Keiui.i.iK'HHONU op tiik llfcu, nlnl other I'oeiiULitc
Tus bm-KEW'BSTM op KeiiNn. Andrew WlUm, Sc.
WOKLD-HMisiiiNii, by V. Mattleu, Williams, 3c.
Joiix II. AIJ'IK, Publisher, 18 Vcsuy nt., Jiew York,
PURE Tjff AC
IIMDCA E LAO
Pram Hi 1 DU'rlcu ot Asiau, CiiiTrAUONQ.CAcmH
Kaniiha Vai i.ky II111JKKMMI llmiKA Doom, and
othPiH. Absolutely l'uio. Kunerlor lu liavor.
The Most Kuouomlcal. Iteiiutiei ouly half lha
usual (luauiuy. bold by ull trroccrs. JOHN U.
I'llll.UlM CO., Atrculs of tho Calcutta Tea
eynnicuis, nu wuier.ni, ft t,
.Unto 1 lv d
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's. 7
The certainty that besides numerous bargains daily spread on the counters the
Big Store is now known to fix the Market Prices
ot' all the things dealt in, settles conclusively that it is the 1KCT PLAGE
FOR 3T RANGERS to deal.
Those who do not care to stop over night at a hotel, can check bags, coats, umbrollaa and packaages
the store door, and cm get lunch in the building.
The few items below show how things are going just now.
Send postal card for samples.
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From ono of tho largest and
beat Paris houses we have some
splendid lots of Dress Goods,
all told about two hundred lull
pieces, that were not ready for
delivery until long after the
tune, and on account thcreot
were reduced twenty-five per "
cent, all around.
This makes some famous
A. 41-inch All-wool illuminat
ed Beige, 45c.
43-iuch All-wool Crepe
Beige, 50c. Far under
45-inch Oashmere Beige,
COc. Far under value.
42-inch All-wool Check,
50c. Far under value.
A 42-inch All-wool Albatross,
GOc. Far under value.
41-inch All-wool Albatross,
75c. Far under value.
The following lota 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-iuch Nun's Veiling
The steady increase of our
Dress Goods Department must
be 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, 2i yards
wide, value 90c, now G5c. ;
value 1.00, now 75c. ; value
$1.20, now 85c.
45-inch Pillow Linen, 37ic.
5-1-itlch Pillow Linen, 50c.
40-itich Butcher's Linen,
4-1 Drawor Linen, 18, 22,
25, 28, and 3'lc.
Fine Cream Damask, $1.25 ;
reduced to $1.
Table Cloths, 2ix2i, 2ix3,
2ix4i, 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 Buttoua and
Dre33 Trimmings at nominal
prices as long a3 they last.
New importations of Paris but
Ladies' Entrlish b'olid-color
Brilliant Lisle Hose, 50c.
Ladie3' 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
fiowers at 25c. a spray, for
millinery and corsage. These
arc about half price.
There is a new counter for
9 and 12c. Satin and Gros
Grain Ribbons, of which wc
have all colors.
The new Waukennhast shoo
i3 about the best thing yet that
nas ocen done tor men, it com
fort for the feet is considered.
Only first-clas3 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 asked elsewhere.
A magnificent lot of newly
imported Lyons Black Grena
dines, warranted all silk. The
designs are rich and beautiful.
Two qualities, $1.25 and $1.50,
which is said to be less than
half the cost of importation.
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.
The Madras, Nottingham,
Antique, and Tamboured Cur
tains are 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.
Four styles Gentlemen's sus
penders, made in our work
rooms at Oak Hall, 15, 25, 40
Balbriggan Underwear, 37
i-2c. ; used to bo 50c. Good
night shirt, 75c.
15-yard lcnsrths of anmmm-
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 for a dollar.
If you will pay $1.50, we
have a quality of the Bellot
make that we recommend, and
will ask you to recommend after
20-inch black Satin Parasol,
lined in various colors, ten gilt
ribs, handsome natural stick,
Spanish lace trimmed. Price
CSl)etiut $tieet, liiteetl) kqd jVIuket 0tieet'
e e Willi,
PRACTICAL TIN ROOFER,
Q'PEBJL H Q mJ3:,
foreign and: Domestie
WINKS AND LIQUORS,
AND JOBBER IN C1CARS.
3.75 qP;?Er W-JOUT BMBWOOD
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rST.; !. -,." ',, Bub-Baii and OctiveiouDl.r uuuam
riHANOK OF TKHMS.
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Niitlro Is liftj'tiy Klven that tlie tolloMui; namttl
? Illed wltu the nerl; of tim Wirt o!
S1JV:r.'S?!,l0ll. U.U,U n'MV I'olii'i blH County
in ll. M i",1!'."" f'.,r "''''"VWlilcli will U- ptvwi I iM
hi ., v" !1 H.HfW thoilorent'u dy of
Mill! A. 11. ISM ut HI U VlUl'li A. Si.
John k. Keller, iurwlok, bottler.
'') mat' clerk j. c.
SUttSCHlim NOW FOH