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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
J, X.Blttnben4ir.,f E41lfl"'
FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1.884.
DEM00RATI0 STATE CONVENTION.
The Democratic) State Convention of rennsylvn .
nU will M9ombl In the Opera Houao, AUcntown
at 10 A. M. on Wednesday April s, 1881 U nominate
a candidate forcongrcssman-aHarge, six delegates
at-Urje to the National Conrentlon and six elcc-
iorsaUlar?o; to confirm and ratlfr the choice ot
tepreMntatlra delegate. to the National Conven.
Hon and reprcaontatrrs clectora by the members
ot the stato conrentlon tram the respective con.
grcstfonat districts and to transact such other bu
atneas as the convention may determine
W. tJ. IIivsxl,
. , Chr. Bern, state Com.
J. D. I.Kioiirr,
Tho grammar school life of the aver
age boy or girl ia the mo9t critical In
tho educational career. This is tho
time when tho fever for all unlilcelv
things runs high. So, too, it is the timo
when tho full oncraies of tho wise tcaoh.
er aro bent to teaching his pupils to
joraaico idc uaa and looiish, and oleavo
U) tuo good and profitable. This can
not bn done by lecturing ; for moro do
.poods upon tho man behind tho word
Ithau upon any thoughts that ho may
Utter. Teach morality bv hlstorv and
biography. Tho reading hour is one of
ma mpsi nseiui Helps in tho grammar
chool oourso for this true tcaohinir.
,Right reading will stimulate the best
inougnts and leelings in our nature.
Character is .moulded only by converse
with character. Tho best books should
introduoo us to the best thoughts of
tiiu uesi men.
Happy aro tho children who havo
ireo access to a sohool-librarv. A sys
tern of free libraries connected with
the schools should bo established, and
tdese plentifully supplied with working
tools. in tho shapo of referenccboolcs
This would effect a reformatory work
whoso valuo would far transcend all
Uhannlng has said, "Books aro tho
trno levelors. They give to all who
faithfully UBethera the society, the spir
itual presence of tho greatest and best
m our raoe.
A good school library would do
ranch to neutralise this baneful piled
o flash literature, and go far to inspire
tho pupils with a desiro to read a
healthier and moro nutritious olass of
books. Tho gorai of classical litera
ture, when suited to the comprehen
wit oi mp pupu, can oo made very
.valuable. The individual tendencies
of pupils must be suited by the teacher,
and, when, this is done, ho will not bu
at a loss what reading to recommond.
avvry veacner should bo a library di
i-eior, "Next to having knowledge
.iv unow wnere Knowledge is.
In witnessing the almost suneihu
man efforts of teachers to contiol and
. l . .. .
train mu uueasy, active and nervous
children, tho question will arise, "Is
there not some way in which all tbi
superabundance, this wealth of energy,
mai now worKS on in ways of annoy
auce to leauners, can Ut utilized In
modes of culture t ' Wo fully beliove
mere is suon a way, and that tho teach
ier is. gradually coming to a better un
aereianaiiig ot this way.
A characteristic of children is their
unceasing activity, frequently showing
incn in u uuiiaiaut cu-ure to no some-
wing with the hands as well as with
the eyes., This will bo turned to oourl
account by the wiso teacher; tho
training of the hand in writinc com
plete and carefully prepared statements
upon the important subjects in each
tudy. There are several advantages
in thU method ; tho pipils become bet
ter writers ; mey prepare tho lesson
uiuio nwuiwrijr guu rememoer it ion
ger, they are quieter during study
Another characteristic of child life is
their walking by siht rather than by
faith. Hence tho interest manifested
by the young in museums. They like
to see and handle objects, and aro
always ready and delighted to bring
mj mo sonooi room collections of min
,crms, pianis, relics. The civil war
eeins more real aftei they have handled
-IT P . .
reno jroni mo oattio held ot Wet-
wins seems nearer when the loss
stick has been seen. Distant cities and
beautiful landscapes are brought to
them by means of the stereoscopic
views. But in doing all this we must
bear in mind that entertainments.
picture-gazing and picturo making do
' not constitute the whole of education.
Unlike harp study, theso things fail to
.aeveiop me powers ol the mind an
irengtnen the memory. Like sweet
..meats they must bt taken with proper
Whatever methods we employ let us
keep in mind the oft repeated adage
"Education is a development it is, iu
uu auusv, a ureauon.
' pohools here aro moving very pleas
antly j have 420 pupils enrolled. At
ticridanco not so good owing to sick
, ,, We are now making a little prepara
tion tor closing exercises on Auril lUth
can t you bo with us T
O. II. Bakeless.
VIUNKUH TOWNSHIP SCHOOLS.
.Local institutes are unknown hero
"and repeated attempts to have them
have met with as many failurrs. Di
rectors and teachers meet once each
month when reports aro examined
salaries paid, and any trouble existi.:
ih 'the schools reported. So far
trouble has arisen in any of our schools
and we hone tho future report will bo
as tavorunie as the past has been eu
We havo four schools, with an aver
go attendance o forty pupils for eac
sonooi. uur school term is six mouth
ono montn longer than any previous
term, itiu extra month and tho f urn
ishing of one of tho houses with im
proved furniture necessitated a high
tax, winch caused considerable "crura
1 I! II . ... . . . . a
uiing; out tins suosiuod alter our
schools got in operation, and now all
quiet. It is a great drawback that no
reserve fund has been provided for tl
support of our public schools. Ha
such been the case, it would have
moved a great burden. In many
calitics it is not felt, but in others
where the soil is thin and agrlctilturo
is the only dependence, it is a heavy
uuraen. uur children must bo cduont
cd, and in order to better their corn!
lion a wiso plan should bo adopted to
support uur senoois.
THE CINCINNATI MOB.
lllOT AND IIL0011SIIF.1) IN THE STREETS
1IEOAUSE A JUItV till) NOT UENIIEIt A
William Ilcriicr, a vomiir man, hnd a
hand in n cold blooded murder last De
cember at Cincinnati. Ho was employ
ed by a man named Kirke, who fre-
uor.tly carried Iartro sums of money
about him. With Joo l'almcr, a negro,
Berncr killed Kirku with club, and
thov divided tho money they got. After
dark they hauled the body to a creek
and dumped it in. When Burner was
arrested no confessed tho murder but
afterwards lecanted. His trial resulted
n a verdict of murder in Iho second
loaree, which was received wilh sur
prise and indignation by the court mid
peel at ore. I'eople argued that it a
man like Berner could get off so cosily,
tho law would havo no show at all
gainst most of tho murderers confined
in tho jail. Public sentiment ran so
high that an indignation meeting wns
called last Friday night to discuss tho
- r ?- . i i
provuiciiuo oi crime. inuring tno uny
Berner was sentenced to twenty years
mprisonment, tho utmost limit ot tho
law, and was secretly removed to Col
From the mass meeting tho people
surged towards tho jail and an attempt
made to break in it to lynch tho pris
oner, and the riot alarm, which .van
quickly sounded, brought thousands of
peopio to tho neighborhood, i. iio mili
tia was called out and after being at
tacked fired indiscriminately. The fight
between the police and military and the,
mo! lasted tor three hours, rivo men
wcro killed, and manv wounded. The
crowd around tho jail reached 10,000
persons, and there seemed to be about-
200 mcu leading tho mob. Alter strong
ruaisiauuu tuu uiuwu ijioku imu uiu jau
but were driven back by tho militia,
who killed two of tho sheriff's officers
and wounded soveral of their own mini
her in tho excitement. Tho mob out-
sida acted liko demons. They got a
barrel of coal oil and poured it into tho
front entrance of the jail, and set tiro
to it, and when tho engines camo they
cut the hoso and would not permit tho
firemen to throw a stream of water. As
tho building is fireproof no great dam-
ago was done, iiy this time it was af
ter midnight and tho mob broke into
the armory, and sacked gun stores, thus
securing arms and ammunition, with
which they returned to tho jail and
fired at tho militia through tho windows.
The latter returned it and peopio drop
ped right and left rrescntlv it began
to get light. The mob had dwindled
down, and all were worn out, and by
the timo tho city awoke to tho new day
hey were gone, and quiet onco more
During Saturday there wero no dem
onstralions, but at sundown there were
indica'.ious of more rioting, and by nine
o'clock a great crowd had assembled
about the jail. The ofiico bf tho county
treasurer was broken open, and the
place covered with coal oil. Hand
grenades were thrown over the jail wall
and burst with violence. When the in
flammable substance was thrown into
tho treasurer's office the troops fired on
the mob and drove them back, but sub
sequently the court house was set fire
to and burned. 1 he records of th
court, tho auditor, and the recorder
were destroyed. Untold trouble will
be caused by tins useless and malicious
destruction. iiy Monday troops from
Uolumbus and ether points were guard
ing the city, and the mob spirit was en
tirely quelled. The leaders m this ter
rible movement were wild spirits who
only wanted an excuse for their incen
diary proceedings. it is strange luto
what excesses an excited crowd may be
led. Because a jury failed to do its
luty by hanging a murderer who de
served it, tho per pi o of Cincinnati, in
order to show their disapprobation of
the jurv's conduct, brought atiout the
death of scores, many of them iuno
The Mission of the Journalist.
MeClure, of the Philadelphia IHmet.
gives in plain language his status on
political questions. "He is a journalist;
nothing more, nothing less, and when
men make departures in politics or in
anything else he looks tho truth in tho
iace, stuaies it dispassionately, meas
ures the ability, power and purpose of
the leaders and presents everything to
the public" A newspaper that can take
a position like that has nothing to fear.
It becomes a power, a wholesome re
straint on any party that hopes to 'win
by qupstionablo policies and methods.
it the newspapers of the nation wero a
little moro tearless in their discussion
of preliminary contests belter men
rould be brought to the front and the
people bo the better served. It is tho
business of a newspaper to present facts,
no matter what the result may be. In
form tho peopio correctly and they will
take the decision of political questions
into their own hands. Greensburg
It is pleasing to noto that Ex-Gov
eruor IIoraMo Seymour sits before his
cheerful lire place in Utica, pulls a
peaked cap ot black silk down upon
ins venerable head, bridges his nose
with oyegiasses and scans the great
journals ot the country in thorough ap
preciation of tho political movements
passing across those minors of events
Thus a visitor from the office of the
New York Mail and JSxpress found
the sage, happy in the consciousness of
life well spent and in the passing of
sunset full of peaceful charms. What
tho ex-Governor said was, in substance.
that he advocates a low tariff and that
ho is sorry to see extreme measures ab
ruptly forced upon the party. He be
lieves, moreover, that there is coming
great contest between the West and the
East on industrial questions. As for
Mr. Tilden, ho regards that comrade in
tho battles of the past as too feeblo to
enter the Pi esidential race. Randall
he regards as a good mid earnest work
er and McDonald as a capable man, but
uenerai nuiier he thinks should bobot
lied up under a sealed cork. The peo
pie are glad to hear that such a good
old friend as the ex-Governor beams
jpou them with kindly eye Times.
Tho Great Kistern is to be brought
to Antwerp during the International
Exhibition there in 1885 and used as a
Minister Sargent was offered the ap
pointmenl to St, Pi-ttrsbtirg, but he has
declined this, and has alo tendered his
resignation as minister to Prussia.
Tho Supremo Courthas granted a rule
on tho Judges of Lackawanna county to
show cause, why a writ of mandamus
should not issue to compel them to count
tho votes for Ira J. Burns for addition
al law Judge, returnable to-morrow.
Tho action of tho Democratio Con
gressional caucus last week was so
much of a viotory for the Protectionists
that tho Richmond Dispatch believes
there is no longer utiy need for tho
nomination of Mr. Tilden in ordir to
keep tho tariff isauo out of the canvass.
This Dowdor never varies. A marvel ofnurlty
strength and vrholesomenoss. More economical
thntne ordinary lnis. and cannot be sold In
competition with tho multitude or low tost, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Bold only
Cans. KOTAL DtKINU POWDIR Co , 108 Wa!l-Bt.,
N. Y. aurll-lv.
Cures' Scrofala, Erysipelas,
Pimples and Face orvtbs.
Dlotches, Boils, Tumors. Tct-
tor. Humors. Salt liaeun.
scaia ueaa, sores, Mercunar,
Diseases, Female weakness,
and Irregularities, Dizziness,
Loss ot Appetite, Juandiee,
Atectlons ot the Liver, Jndi
gastion, Biliousness, Dyspep
sia and General Dobility.
A ctMirtc ot Burdock HltM BUter, will latliff tkl
nott ,Lf ptlcal ttut It Is the Grcttftl Blood Purifier
certei. Sold l, medicine deelerl cveijr- here.
Dnectlon, In eleven Unffuecet. PltlCB, f 1.0s.
FOSTER, MIUtnN k TO . Prep'i. Buft'o, N.Y.
UNSEATED LANDS IN COLUMBIA
nr virtue of Sundrv nets of the General Issem-
hlr of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania rela
ting tn the sale of seated and unseated lands In
the county of Columbia, etc., for taxes due and
unpaid, I will offer to public salo In the Court
House, In U10 town of Dlooinsburg, on
Monday June 9th., 1884.
at ten o'clock a. m., tho following described pieces
of land, or such part thereof as maj- bo necessary
10 sausiy ine amount oi mxes uuo ana unpaia
against me same, ana continue ina same irom
day today as the same may be found necessary.
TKIIMS OP SALE.
The amount of taxes and costs must be nald
wnen ine tana is stuck on, ormu gaiomar oo
roia ana ine property put up ana resoia.
83 acres Brockway, C 11
l lot Beaver, Charles
s " Beaver. Jesse.
115 acres Brockway, c 11
8V " UIuCKWliy Om auuull...
j " Brockway cV Abbott,
118 " Brockway & Abbott,...
M " iirockways AbDott ..
s lots Brockway. CD
400 acres Baker, Jacob, Br.
a lots uuib csunKiT,
1 " BogarUMary
2 '" BojerTS ,
t Croslng, Tatrtck.
i " Cantnor, William
1 " Canon. Mannas
1410 acres Columbia Coal Iron Co..
Cox, o 8 Ejc. of Trench Cox
Davis Isaac Est .
3 lots Krr.
r, w a
29 acres Fisher. Sarah..
10 acres oearhart, Daniel
3 lots oearhart, Wm
60 acres Hauck, Jonathan
75 " Ilcnderllder, SAtJS
50 " Hoatz, John Deo'd
15 llatz, Charles John
Slots Harner Jester
5 " Hoffman, K(l
3 " Hunt, ElL
S " Henry, oeonro
220 acres Hlnderllder, barab A
1 lut. mint? a..
10 acres Lynn, Jacob
Slots Lawrence, Wit
2 lots Lewis. Prank
800 acres Miller & Mann
loo jii-iteynoids, w II -
45 jiinlck, mer
4 lots Martin, William
2 lots Monday. John
140 acres Nungesser, Georgo
a juia riuiersun, j u....
3 " IMce, Clarence ,
42 " Pardee 4: Markle
Kl acres nice, Abraham
55 " " "
10J " "
91 " " George
Blots nuthlirr, sam cco
s lots ltuthlirr. Sam
140 acres Hweppenheiser, J K
S40 " Shunan, Krank L
2 " snuinan. ' hoinas -
110 " Slicker, Moses ...
8 lots smith, J w t
s " Bhlck, J j ..
3 Bcott. Peter ,
200 acres Stewart, Wm
b niiu-Dun z jncnaei
2 " Stcney, Martin
2 lots Vastlne, B it
tloM Volkenard. U J
25S3 acres Went, II M coal & Iron Co..
a lots weizei, u a
3 " Werkhlser, Samuel
3 " Wood. Augustus
89 acres Wheeler, William
Downs, John .
Kline, jonn Ellis
a. Apple, Paul .
Brlttaln. II A J Est
Clem, W T ltev
4 Doty, Pealer & Stewart..
"Evans, Francis ....
" Harman, Daniel
" lleadlcy, 8 l' Est ...
" Klsner, John
" Ileadley, 8 F Est....
" lfeecer, Abraham .,
" David sutler
"Stout, Nathan ,
" Schuyler, Wm Mrs.,
" Freas, Wm L
"Bobbins, Ell ....,
" Brobst, J 8 ,
Klace & Vetter .,...,
' Thomas, Hutu Ann .,
" Weaver, Elllas....'
" Dornbach, Margaret......
" Yetter, Lewis Est
" Yetter. Lewis Est
" Kram, Ellas
" Blddle Heirs
" Harder, Thomas E
lot Schuler, Mrs Sarah
Durken, Mrs. Anthony,,,
lhlgh Mahanoy it it Co ...
steel, George W
Torry, Wm , ,
K nil lie, J n
Boyer, John , ,
llanley, John G
Ryan, Michael ,,,,,
Tighe, Thomas ,,
22 acres Adams, Enos L. ,
Hagenbuch, Wm Br. Est...
Homnan, Wm Eat.
Nungesher, Sarah .,. ,
Brockway, 0 U .
Brady, .tulla... .,,,,,..
429 acres Beam, Joshua...
i iui, j'uviix itiuiiiua,,,.,...M. .......
1 " Kramer, AW ,.. a
1 " Jones, fleorge 1
1 11 Lelby, KpUraliu........, 2
g'2 acres Kline, John L , .... 25
Slot Vlorrtsou, Culliarliio ., 7
1 " McManaman.Mary 1
1 ' Morris, Ann U ,,, 187
S80 acres Rustln, Mary 107 CO
Trein. jacoo ...
Troln, Jacob ..
Ynuntr. John ...
1 lot Melion. Thomas .- .....
lis acres ltuiton, John ,.
i tot Mcuuior, iwrnnco
M acres AlleKar, John
jiun, itcuDen .
Holy, 1-caler A Stewart...
Pavu, Htlga L
nutcniwn, 1 nomas J
Hosier, W A
Homnan A Freas
Kindt, John At Co
Mcllentr, K J
Mdlenryu 11 Daniel
Bobbins, Wm A
Vought, E II
AlbortBon, Miles tz Hartley,
Derr, I ram
McEucn, II J
Applcman, M 8
Campbell, N 8...
Pureel, svlvester ,
Whltcnlght, George Jr.,
Frlck, Georgo A
Frlck, Georgo A
Lewis, Isano ,.,
Miller Charles W
Miller 'A Neyhart
Keller, J K
Everhart, John ,......
Hughes. Wright Est
Kline, John L
Me) era, Mary
Kves, C W... .
Masters, l) k W
sands, J E Est
Biockwayft Ent .
crcosey, Wm Kr
Dornbach, John ......
Refiner, Samuel u
Jummell. Chrlstoln ...........
Miller, 11 O Eat
Miner, Emanuel .
Moses, Michael ..
Morris, Daniel ....
Snumin, W T
Bhuiuan, Reuben ..............
Bmeck, Brobst, Ycttcr, & Hauck
Swam, Bhepp s Co
Y'ettcr, Daniel Est
Hartman, Mathlas ..
Huser, Franklin Est
o A Jacoby
Kramer, A W
Nungesscr, Wm J . .............
Sweppcnhelser, J K
" E V
" John Est ..
Neal, William ..
Fry, Daniel ....
Runyan, Elmer ...
Everett, Gabriel Est.
Everett, Moses Est
Kline, Jacob Est .
Kline, Abraham J...
Kline, Abraham J.....
Patterson, M B
Davis, Thomas Est
Frlck, George A
Lyons, R W
Miller Colo ..
Barnes, Thomas Jr
Beavei, Geo, J I. Kline
.Cox, u 8 Ex of Trench Cox..
Harner, John ........
luuu, J Miller
Raub, J Miller
Bkatec, Harvey, . .
Trlen, Jacob .
wiicuey, Mary est .
Ycttcr, Lewis Est..
Yetter Lewis Est...
Bellas, William ....
Cole, Thomas B .........
Chapln, J F.
Chapln, J F
i Joseph o ,
Harvey, J F M Smith
Mcllenry, EJ ,
iUL-iiiMIJ. au ,. ,a w
Savage, Joshua Est 13 18
rpitEASUREU'S SALE OP SEATED
X LANDS IN COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Also the following lots, pieces, and narcels of
seated lands, returned by the tax collectors, are to
uo wm u lufl samu 11 ite uuuer me proviiionsul
an Act of Assembly, entitled "An Act relating to
iuo saio 01 lanus lur irx in ujiumuia county," ap-
yiufta, jnaiiu uiu, iouo.
60 acres Barnes, Charles.
4 lots Barnes. Charles
317 acres Miller, Longenburger Fisher
1 lub jHuaieu, wm.
5 " Masten, Mrs. William
2 " helpt, a II
4 " Sherman, Thomas
1 " McAnee, John
1 " Loses, J A Agent
Albert son, Samuel R ,
3 acres stiles, Jeremiah,,,.
i) u Mcnenry ..
Good A D
Mcllenry, M L Kate ,
l'ursel, Mrs Ell ,
13) acres Doty Pealer
40 acres Henry, Isaac Est, ,
1 lot llanley, John O
1 " McDonnell, Owen......
1 " McDonnell, Anthony,
1 " t'arr, Catharine
1 Keller, Sarah
1 " Rosen, John
87 acres McOuln, W F ....
21 " Mcljuln, Joliu II
1 lot Brown. John
1 " Llndcrmutli, George .....
450 acres Cummlngs,R M
383 " cummlngs, UMCo,
400 ' Curry. Ellen
400 " Muruhey, Hughes Co. ,,, 216 OJ
8 lots Kelnbold, W 8 6j
31 acres Eycr, Mathlas .
IX " Eyer, James ,,
i lot bhultz, Cornelus ,,,
2 acres Strausscr, Joulah.........
1 lot Pllklngton, ril ,
81 acres Moore, Lafuyelle.
1 lot WllUver, J K
1 " Hess, Jones
1 ' Fiugerald, Elizabeth..,
27 acres McMlchael, June
1 lot llhawn, Casper..
5 acres Huston, Thomas .
Welsh, James .....
tl acres Thomas, filalo Co ....
liDner, vvniiam .
"(.1-1 tfuuil tM,t,,
Fisher, Frank 8 ....
4 H acres Young, christian.
Young, Lewis 0,
Trunibouer. A O ,,
Weltver. Mtman Kxt
W acres Miller, Charles 11
I lot Kelchner, Jacob,' Br.......
66 acres Bretsch, George ..........
Kves, James est
Drelblebls, Jacob Est
Drclblebls, Jos'ph .,,
Evans, Ocorgo ,
Renn.nrah A ,
Hlckcltfl, K. G
K Ine Pattcrxon
nnc, A J
I T ..... I. ......
iu, iivuiii. -uiu .. ,,,,,,
60 acres Kllnn Pntrnrann
SO " Parker. John II
99 " cornellson, J 11
15 " Neysunter? Michael ....
1 lot -fiotomnn. Phrwhn
16 seres McKclvy, Nrnl Co
Hughes Wei Ington liit.
Hess, l.avlna ,
Seward, Nathan H. .......
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all other physicians n spo 1 1 11 I j clalty.
such treated successful 'il fj VUI?I I.' IV
wlthoulan lnsnncoof LlX I Olliljl'fnll
urn. Mention this papor.
April 4-lw 'K ' d
IMMEDIATELY. A few
tho sale ot Fruit Trees, vines,
A'o eztjertctUH rrtiilrnl. Good
nil eapenses paid. Address H. J. UOWDEN CO.,
Brighton, N. V. (1 mile cast of Rochester.)
April 4-4W d
llJ . GF TIIK WOULD
NEW EDITION. THE 1JEST
AND CHEAPEST ATLAS PUBLISHED.
FOR SALE ATAU
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erous mniH. so volumes, largo octavo, $03 oo ;
cheaper edition, f 15.00. Specimen pages Ireo 600,
Oio olumes Choice liooks-descrlptho Catalogue
free. Books for cxa r Inatlon beforo payment on
cvldenco otgood faith. NOT sold by dealers
prices too low. JOHN B. ALDEN, I'ubllshcr, 18
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April 4.4w d
I'ancy work ntth
try, and earn to
L-nnil.4 for ntir Kn
ineir homes, lncltyor eoun-
tfi to l'i nor wrvkv Inntlnfl.
iroods for nurNnrtiiff nnd Humini.. ,mrln
Send 15c, for samplo and particulars. HUDSON
MFG. CO., 203 Sixth Ave., Now York.
March ll-lw r
. 5,Or,wUMe nA Flower fieed CaUlorne for
I Hi 1, ihu riKult ofthlrty Jtar' rxperlcnrc un
ii Vcd Uroucr, will be Rent ftr c toM ulionp.
ply. All rar cid ! wurmntcd to be frch imil
Iruc to name, to fur that ttaould It prove other.
w Uc,l uareo to reflu ordcntsrutln. ilrcoUcr.
lion of vrjtctnbla Heed, one of the raont cxtcn
Rive to be Tound In any American Catalogue 1
"fC.part oflt or my own ttroVlne. ANtliu
oHdlnal Introducer of KellpDe fleet, IturbanL
utntocA, Alarblchcad Karlr Corn, the Hub
uuru rqiiant ona urort or otner new iec
tublcR, I Invite the pntronnce of the public. In lie
curdttif andontbu lurni ofthoite nho plant inr med
ntllbnToiind m v het advfMlumtit.
J. H. GREGORY. Seed firnwer. MflrhlfhPAd Mfiec.
85 & 87 Cortlandt Street,
, on Manhood.
WE DON'T BELIEVE YOU EVER SAW A HANDSOMER 11AI GE
Ami wo nro suro you novor used u BETTER BAKER.
La Rue Automatic Gratu, Which is Warranted.
WITH OR WITHOUT WATER BACK.
Tho second slilpnicnt, consisting
of soven cases of our cclcbrati'ti
TONQUIN TABLE rOVKRS,
Henehed us n fow days iigo, and
aro oven inoro lmndsotno (If that
Is possible) than tho tlrst lot which
sold so rapidly. Wu have them in
EIGHT DIFFERENT C0L0P.IHGS.
And tjio follow inj; sizes!
5A, G-'l, 7-4, 8-J, 8-10 & 8-12.
It is almost impossible to praiso
theKO iroods too hlulily. Tho col-
orinirs aro so rich and
and the iiiIcch go very
that tlicy should meet
and suit all purses.
Our stock of
Raw and Spun Silk and Fine
Tapestry Table and
Is now comiilutc, nnel comprises
.tlio follo'ving sizcii:
1 1-2, 1 3-4, 2, 2 1-2, 3 yards long.
Foreign nnd Domestic
WINES AND LIQUORS,
AND J0B6EB IN CIGARS.
We Want Agents lor tlic VORLW'S CVCLOPEDIA
And to gotut onco BrUk, tnergctio and Succossrul 1Yorkir6, w ooyu ilocMo.1 to giro
$ f fa ft R f i n 'JCo 1,10 ARcnt who ortlerH tlio limit
l.ilUIJ 5) llll rclopcaialcloro JU.M! lNt. 1884.
. 9.?T. . rf .tT . H Wo "t" ,;icb cxtranrilliuiry Induce-
nicuti) that Apentacnnnot rail to earn fromglOO to $300pprmontb. Wo Mill also dlvldei-qually
G df rtf"M SSlTdr ton prrHnna who ncikI tho ton niu
?B .IJIBBD M M A Si EHI ',lrB't ortlom ln-rorn JUVi; 1st. lHMt. w m
7??. . "nJ "?' CjclopKlu It m l, in .irn.Ur for K
llandauiiio I'rnllis on i all order! lent, mil the moitenoreetlo will receive CI. o'.fj. (I ;( l f.uii ITi'inliima
lutlconliaenlliilTorfuatoAireati. Wa Imve
11 now. nw ra, vo DO given ai auova. John
ii.Jir .r. P l . ' p u
World Manufacturing Co. lis
a aent la tbo
GUI' nmgiiificont Btook of
KMBKOIDKKBD 0LOT1I PIANO
Ih attracting much ntlcntloii.
All tlio gooilri wuro tnntiiifnotiiroil
to our order nml iinoorti'd dircot.
Wo linvo fill tlio latest styles in
At very niodcrnto
liavo llii'iu in
1 I, 0 -I, 7 I, mid 8-1 size.i
And in nil the
now designs nml
liavo nlKO a com-
pltto lino of
CARDINAL AND TURKEY
RED TAULE CLOTHS
In all rizt'H mid grades, with
kins to mat el i.
THE CUEAl'EST WORK EVER ISSUED !
AD IiIIIHAIlV OP
TbliTIotleToluinecl accuritoand coca lDformtton,ftrrn4
tar ttMitv mriiruiifi. .... '
Arts ami Boipnccs,
C'ltloN nml loitiu nf
tfxplnmtlnii A Traolti
Itcnntaiiii over Eihi imtfua. ta mvt ttnrBt-niioa nn.i t u i n. ...... i
und It ttibe-r aul mot nt".lr Cyclopedia rorallrlaiton ftnJ coadltyni
o?erpubillied, AkoiiU lVuateU iouko utdert inrthlt
INDISPENSADLE LIBRARY OF UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE.
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World Mi'g Go. 122 Nassau Street, Now York
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