OCEAN GROVE PROGRAMME, 1884.
I. Tabernacle opening, June.
3. One Hundred and Eighth Anni
versary of American Independence,
Friday, July 4. Oration by Hon.
Chaucey Shaffer, of New York.
3. Auditorium opening, Sabbath,
July 0, at 10:30 A. M.
4. Summer Sabbath School opening,
Sabbath, July 6, at 2 P. M.
5. Women’s Christian Temperance
Union, Wednesday and Thursday,
July 0 and 10.
0. Lectures with Stereopticon Illus
trations, Tuesday and Wednesday,
July 15 and 1(5.
7. Young Men’s Christian Association
of New Jersey. Re-union Thursday,
8. National Temperance Society,
Wednesday to Sabbath, July 23-27.
George W. Bain and other distinguish
* 9. New York Conference Temper
ance Society, Monday and Tuesday,
July 28 and 29.
10. Memorial Day, Tuesday. July
II. Ocean Grove Anniversary, Thurs
day, July 31.
12. Re union of Army Chaplains
federal and Confederate, Friday to
Sabbath, August 1-3.
13. Lectures, Tuesday and Wednes
day, August 5 and 0.
14. Bible Readings—Rev. CL T). Wat
son, I). D.. Tuesday to Friday, August
15. Women’s Foreign Missionary So
ciety, Saturday and Sabbath, August
10 and 17.
1G. Annual Camp-meeting, Tuesday,
• August li), to Friday, August 29.
17. Meeting for the Promotion of
Holiness every morning during the
season at 9 o’clock, led by Rev. Joseph
H. Thornley and Mrs. Dr. Palmer.
18. Young People’s meeting every
morning at 9 o’clock, led by Rev. C.
H. Yatman, Secretary of Young Men’s
Christian Association, Newark, N. J.
The singing during the camp meet
ing will be under the direction of Prof.
J. R. Sweney, of Chester, Pa.
It is now more than three centuries
and a half since any but an Italian
has sat on the Papal throne, Adrian
VI., a Hollander, who died in 1523, be
ing the last, but the large infusion of
the foreign element which is now tak
ing place may materially influence
future elections. The great reforming
Popes, like Hildebrand, who in former
ages did so much to restore the falling
fortunes of their Church, were of
Teutonic, not Italian, blood. It used
during the last pontilicate to be a
favorite cry among those styled liberal
Roman Catholics, “We want a Teu
Andrew Kerr, for a long time the
principal gate keeper at the Pennsyl
vania Railroad depot at Jersey City,
and also a former State Prison In
spector, died of apoplexy in the asylum
at Morris Plains, N. J., a few days ago.
He had been in the institution a num
ber of weeks. Deceased was a promi
Those Handsome Cork-screw
Diagonals we are now display
ing, are unsurpassed for quali
ty and finish. They cannot fail
The Nobby Light Suitings
shown in our stock, are just the
thing for this season of year,
while the price is really at the
We can furnish you through
out from the Finest Broadcloth
to the plainer Business Suits.
Our motto has always been to
excel in the matter of pleasing
Have you noticed those styl
ish Patterns for Pantaloons we
are displaying in our windows?
Inspect the quality and look at
The finest goods ever pro
duced from the loom will not
make a nice suit unless skill is
displayed in cutting and mak
ing. Our reputation in this
regard is equal to that of any
in the trade. We have no
hesitation in saying that we can
Bridgeton, N, J.
G for $1.00; 14 for $2.00,
Post paid. Greenhouse and Bedding Plants,
Hardy Shrubbery, Seeds, ote., by mail. Cata
J. T. PHILLIPS,
fob 7-tf West Grove, Chester Co., Pa.
For killing potato bugs, cabbage and
cun-ant worms, and all insects on
What is Slug Shot?
Slug Shot is an impalpable powder
containing jioison, destructive to in
sect life in all its forms; it is a fer
tilizer to the plants when washed off
the foliage to the ground; and it is
guaranteed to do what we claim for it.
For sale at
4-6 Commerce St.,
And all kinds of
Varnishes, Paints and
Harrison’s Ready Mixed Paint
Field and Garden Seeds.
Swift Sure Super Phosphate,
“ Bone Meal and Ground Bone,
“ Dissolved Bone
We ulso offer you this year tor tiro first.
Good Enough Svipor Phosphate,
Echo Super Phosphate,
Ammoniated Dissolved Rone,
Dissolved S. C. Rock,
Walton Whann’s Soluble Bone.
Moro Phillip’s Phosphate,Phu
ine, Baugh’s Phosphate,
Star Bone Phosphate, Peruvian
Guano, Muriate of Potash.
In fact, we can sell you anything you want in
the Fertilizing line, as we are the
Leading Fertilizer Dealers.
Wo carry a very large stock, and we can sell
you a very cheap Fertilizer. Call and examiine
our stock, and gut our prices.
The Swift Sure Fertilizers
Need no further recommendation from us. as it
ims gained a strong and lasting tootnoiu among
the farmers, and made its mark as the best fer
tilizer they have ever used. Our sales are very
heavy in Swift Sure. It does its own work. Try
it. It has been used alongside of other fertil
izers and has invariably given the best results.
Field and Garden Seeds
We keep a full assortment for the Field and
Garden. We have a nice lot of CloVer, Timo
thy, Orchard, Herd, &c„ or any of the seeds
you may want for iield sowing.
Our GARDEN SEEDS are all pure and fresh.
We carried no old stock over from last year.
We have Landreth's Early Peas, Beans,
Caruage, Tomato, Ac*. We make special ef
forts in our seed department. We have some
nice Maine Rose Potatoes. In fact, we ere
second to none in the seed business in this city.
Lehigh and Schuylkill, all sizes.
D. P. MULFORD & SON,
10 E. Commerce St., Bridgeton,
Philadelphia & Reading R. R,,
New Jersey Southern Division.
Commencing May 22d, 1SS4.
For Bridgeton Vineland intermediate stations,
Leave New York, foot of Liberty St.,1.30p. m.
7.39 a. m. for New York, Newark, Elizabeth,
South Amboy,Long branch,Red Bank,
Farmingdale, Toms River, Warctown,
Barnegnt, Whitings, Atsion, Winslow,
7.39 a. in., 2.05 p. m. for Vineland, Winslow
9.56 a. in. 6.54 p. in. for Bay Side and intermedi
Leave Bridgeton 7.39 a. m.,
(Vine Street Wharf.)
For Bridgeton and way stations, 4:30 p.m.
Above trains connect to and from Atlantic
City and all points on the Camden and Atlantic
It. K. C. G. HANCOCK,
Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent.
R. BLODGETT. Supt.
J. E, WOOTTEN, Gen. Manager.
ST IL L IN C OMM IS SIO N
ABRAM R. GARRISON,
Commissioner for Taking the Acknow
ledgment of Deeds,
At. S. E. McGcar& Bro.’s Dry Goods Store, South
West corner of Commerce and Laurel streets,
Is leading the trade in
Each department is filled with
new goods. In
We invite attention to our large
and elegant line of Dress Goods.
T" • i ,
i in nice, new siyies at low
prices, we are positively un
Great Bargains in Towelings,
Have received from a large
auction sale, the cheapest line
of Linen Goods ever offered in
Bridgeton. Our customers as
sure us that we sell Muslins
cheaper than they can buy them
All are invited to examine our
splendid line of Jerseys from
$2 up. Our Jerseys fit beau
tifully, and are the cheapest in
the maret. We have a larere
and extensive stoc of Dry
Goods, and we positively assert
and are prepared to prove that
we sell them cheaper than an)
other store in South Jersey.
Many ladies are giving us their
entire custom; they have found
that we can save them money.
We have undoubtedly the Larg
est and Best Stock of Clothiner
south of Philadelphia.
Children’s Suits from $1.50
Boys Suits from $2.50 to
Men’s Suits from $7.00 to
All the newest styles at the
Lowest Prices. We guarantee
our prices to be lower and our
goods to be better than they
can be bought elsewhere for
the money. If you do not
think so, bring back what you
buy and we will return your
Hats, Caps and Furnishing
In grand assortment. We have
the Best and Newest Styles,
Shirts, Overalls, Collars, Neck
wear, Cuffs, &c. The Best and
Cheapest line of Shirts ever
offered. A good White Shirt
at 50 cents; also a big line at
75 cents and $1.00.
Boots and Shoes!
The Largest, Best and Cheap
est line we have ever shown.
Shoes at all prices and of all
styles. Being the largest deal
er south of Philadelphia, we
can offer many inducements.
We buy direct from first hands
and undersell all competition.
W. W. ROBBINS,
North Laurel St., Bridgeton.
Ground Irom the purest Gypsum, and pre
parod specially lor farmers' use for mixing
with Ians Green. In purchasintr, ask for
French s Selected, and take no other It is the
cheapest and best. For sale by
SAMUEL H. FRENCH & CO.,
PAINT AND PLASTER MILLS,
York five, and Callowhill St,
T. A. HSWITT k SON,
BRIDGETON, N. J.
Having associated myself with my
father, T. A. Hewitt, m the business
of TAILORING AND GENTS’ FUR
NISHING GOODS,I would b6 much
pleased to have my friends call and
see me at all times, whether they
wish to purchase or not.
FRANK L. HEWITT.
W hen you are wanting any good
and STYLISH CLOTHES, we would
like you to call and see us before
placing your order with others. We
guarantee a GOOD FIT, STYLISH
GOODS AND GOOD WORK.
We never want any customer to
leave our store unless they are per
fectly satisfied with their purchase.
We have a very fine line of NOBBY
AND STAPLE HATS, from 50 cents
to $5.00. We can show the finest
line of Neck-wear in the city.
We will not enumerate all that we
have, but ask you to come and see
us, and you will find everything per
taining to a first-class Gents’ Furnish
Come and examine our stock, as
we feel assured we can jfiease the
most fastidious tastes.
T. A. HEWITT & SON,
20 West Commerce St.
Sharpless’ Cream Mead,
ICE CREAM SODA.
No. 11 North Laurel St., Bridgeton.
SEVEN GREAT MONARCHIES of the
Ancient Eastern World. By Geokc.k Rawlin
son. “What is more TERRIBLE than War?—
unless it be a war among publishers, then what
could be HAPPIER for rejoicing book-buyers?
Such a war is in progress. Price reduced from i
$18.00 to $2.40. Specimen pages free. Not sold
by dealers; prices too low. Books for examina
tion before payment. John B. Alden, Pub
lisher, 18 Vesey St., N. Y. may l-4t
Cumberland & Maurice River R. R
Trains leave Port Norris at 6.40 a. m. and 1.40
p. in,, arrivingat West Jersey Depot, Bridgeton,
in time to take the 8 a. in. and 3,15 p. m.. trains
Returning on arrival of Philadelphia trains
at 10 a. m. and 5.15 p. m., stopping at stations
on the line.
Freight on 10 a. m. south and 1.40 p. m. north
dec 13 L. li. DOWDNEY, Supt.
TO ALL BUYERS OF
To begin with Summer Silks—Wo have a fine and beautiful assortment of
better goods and more of them at lower prices than can be found elsewhere.
DON’T BE DEC VED.
Summer Silks that are new and choice in style are scarce. Many so called
reductions would be dear at any price. The new styles are what ladies of
taste desire, and they can be found at the Comer at less prices than so
called reduced goods are selling at. One hundred pieces of Summer Silks
to select from at prices that buyers will appreciate.
Parasols & JSun Umbrellas!
Our assortment of Parasols and Sun Umbrellas includes all the correct
styles, and many of them in lace trimmed, and changeable coaching, which
can not be found outside of our store in this State.
THE (3-HE.A.T BAEGAIN
in 24 and 20 inch SUN UMBRELLAS, at 82.00 and §2.50, beats anything
in that line we ever sold. Fifty more are promised to-day, and that will be
all we can offer this season in the size and quality at the price. At
20 inch fine BLACK SATIN PARASOL with ten ribs, lined in all colors,
trimmed with Spanish Lace, 4 to 5 inches deep. This is a sample of what
we can do in Parasols. Headquarters for SUN UMBRELLAS and PARA
SOLS at the Corner.
Handsome styles—just the thing for Misses. Look, at our Parasols and
French Cut Jerseys
We have just contracted with a celebrated manufacturer for twenty-five
dozen or three hundred BRAIDED JERSEYS in all sizes, which for reasons
known to ourselves, we will sell at 82.50 each. They are as well made and
as bright as Lisle Thread.
’Our $1.25 Jersey is a Seller!
FELTS 72 inches wide in all colors and excellent quality.
White Goods and Embroideries,
In sets to match, is a great go with us. Buyers, consult your interest and
visit the Corner.
>S. E. McGcar & Bro.
WHERE TO BUY IN PHILADELPHIA.
GUIDE TO PURCHASERS.
FURNITURE AND BEDDING!
FINE FURNITURE AND CHEAP FURNITURE. CABINET WORK
MADE TO ORDER.
Chamber Suites, $iS to $300. Parlor Suits, my own make, $50 to $250.
Furniture to suit all tastes, at all prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. No charge for
packing and shipping.
ISAAC B. MAUGER, 349 North Second St., Philadelphia.
Opposite Black Horse Hotel.
5 Per Ct. Discount. IDIR/ir O-QOjDS 5 PerCt. Discount.!
.ADSTIDEiRSOIISPS ODD STADD,
SOS and 310 North Second street above Vine, Philadelphia.
; Now Spring Stock Dress Goods—Dress Silks, Cashmeres, Laces, Embroideries and
Notions, now complete, and at prices that will more than repay you for calling us
f we are daily receiving Auction Bargains.
i Mention this advertisement, and wo will allow you a discount of 5 cts. on a dollar.
LAVERT'Y & GEORGE (successorsto Henry Hopkins.)
I No. 319 North Second St., directly opposite Wood St., Philada. ..
I Moss ltose and Gold Band Tea Sets, 41 Pieces, $5 00 tuid up.
French China Gold Band Tea Sets, 44 Pieces, 7 50
Decorated Chamber Sets, 3 25
I Dinner Sets, Stone China, 105 Pieces, 10 00
; All Grades of Ware constantly on hand. Shipping goods to country a Specialty, i
GEORGE s. SMITH, Agent, *
No. 139 NORTH SECOND ST.. BETWEEN ARCH AND RACE, >
Will bo pleased to supply his old friends and customers, and now ones, too, through
out New Jersey, with Chamber Suits in Walnut and Ash. Parlor Suits to suit every
taste, and Kitchen Furniture for new housekeepers. Beds and Betiding. Prices
to suit all.
Special Announcement to Housekeepers.
PAYNE G. GREEN.
323 NORTH SECOND STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 323
hang, 50c. each. Samples of goods sent to all'parts oYthe country."
l'AVNU G. tlHEEX, S3 North Second Street, Philadelphia.
EDMUND DEACON'. —JOHN G. Fim"””
Finest Groceries, Dried Fruits, Meats and Flour.
COFFEE IN SMALL LOTS AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
HE A COX ,t- Fltrs SUPERB FLOUR OUR S1IECIALTY. Can't lie beaten.
Buy your Groceries in the city, where you have a large assortment of Fresh Goods
and Low 1 rices. . • ■ " e will deliver your goods at the Ferry, or pack
and Ship them by Height tree of charge. Orders by mail promptly tilled.
_ DEACON & FRY, 346 North Second St., Philadelphia.
House and Lot
The undersigned offers for sale
the house and lot. No. 122 South
Pearl Street, in the Second ward.
This property is well located.and
always in demand by good ten
ants. It will be sold on reasonable terms.
I. T. NICHOLS,
“Pioneer” Ottiee, Bridgeton.
Is the Strongest, Neatest,
most Durable, Compact,
Closest Folding, Cheapest
Folding Chair In the world.
For Steamboats, Public
Halls, Lawns, Piazzas
and I'ndertakers use it
is unequaled. It opens i| 111
from both sides alike tl "0
It and when closed Is only f It
one Inch thick and per- I* . U
fectiy flat. Ono dozen can be packed In a space
of lainch thickness. Agents wanted everywhere.
‘ AddressL. HLT.I.KK & CO„ HlUHtAKP PAU&N.Y.
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