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Hot Weather Bargains
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Big sales at our White Goods counter. Large stock of White Goods.
3STOTE THE PRICES.
Linon Delndia,
Linon DeDacca.
Prices are New—Goods clean and fresh.
imlairik: the prices.
The quality that last year was 50 cents is now 371 cents. The 37A cent
is 31 cents. 25 cent quality we are selling at 20 cents. Also superfine
goods at 12$ and 15 cents. They are guaranteed to laundry beautifully
•***« uuu mil. XX JCUUW,
LACE RUSSIAN PLAIDS at 121 cents.
NANSOOK PLAIDS from 10 to 25 cents.
Superior Goods and very perfect.
LACE MUSLINS in beautiful styles.
EMBROIDERIES
In three distinct widths, with All Over Embroidery to match, from 50 cents
to $1.00 per yard. Our stock of Embroideries is immense.
LAWNS AND GINGHAMS
Are in great demand. IV e have the new styles and more of them than can
be found elsewhere.
IF-A-ZCsTS I PANS!
White Satin, hand painted; Black Satin, hand painted, suitable for opera*
parties and picnics.
JERSEYS! JERSEYS!
Are more in demand than ever before. We show the largest assortment of
these indispensable garments. They are superior in shape, excellent in qual
itv and low in nrice. We have nil KlT-PH irt "PIoin TT7»T>e*Ti'-rrn
Buy your Jerseys at the Comer.
Our hundred pieces of SASH RIBBONS, 7 inches wide, in beautiful
shaded block patterns, warranted all silk, at lower prices than ever.
RIBBONS FOR THE MILLION
At the Corner. We have everything new in
Parasols & $unUmbrellas!
Our sales far exceed our expectations for this season. The assortment is
still excellent.
SUMMER SILKS
Are the rage; large sales and low prices keep us busy buying and selling
Look at our stock. “ °
S. £. McGEAR & BRO.
Plain Facts
ABOUT
CLOTHING.
Those Handsome Cork-screw
Diagonals we are now display
ing, are unsurpassed for quali
ty and finish. They cannot fail
to please.
The Nobby Light Suitings
shown in our stock, are just the
thing for this season of year,
while the price is really at the
lowest margin.
We can furnish ypu through
out from the Finest Broadcloth
to the plainer Business Suits.
Our motto has always been to
excel in the matter of pleasing
our customers.
Have you noticed those styl
ish Patterns for Pantaloons we
are displaying in our windows?
Inspect the quality and look at
the price.
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
insure satisfaction.
J. BATES,
Bridgeton, N, J.
nCCIPCDC <>f the late war who were ro
Ur I IIILno fused pay for this time bo
tween date of commission and offloial muster,
will 11ml it to their interest to communicate
promptly, and with particulars, with McNEILL
& MUCH, Attorneys and Solicitors, Drawer
45". Washington, D. 0. No fees in advance;
honorable dealing; highest references.
June 12-4t
PURE
PARIS GREEN
AND
Slug Shot,
For killing potato bugs, cabbage and
currant worms, and all insects on
plants.
What is Slug Shot?
Slug Shot is an impalpable powder
containing poison, 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
4B Commerce St.,
DEALERS IN
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
HARNESS,
LUBRICATING! CASTOR
And all kinds of
MACHINERY OILS.
Varnishes, Paints and
Oils.
Harrison’s Ready Mixed Paint
John Wanamaker Store News.
74 sections in one store.
Curiosity often asks how many departments in this big store. Here
they are, and out of each of them a single article is mentioned worth know
ing about.
This is a capital book of reference to advise buyers.
JOHN WANAMAKER.
1. BLACK SILKS.
Antoine Guinet make, standard qualities, from
Wednesday's New York auction sales. Prices have
fallen somewhat. Prices, 75, 8o, 90c., *1, $1.25 to
$2.75* Satisfaction in wear guaranteed.
2. COLORED SILKS.
A splendid lot of Chameleon Stripes at 50c.
3. BLACK GOODS.
Silk Velvet Grenadine, for wraps and short dresses, at
$2.50, that only a few days ago could not be sold lower
than £3.75.
4. LADIES’ DRESS GOODS.
42-inch Albatross Cloth in ail shades at half a dollar, !
which is one-third less than the proper price.
5. FLANNEL DEPARTMENT.
White All-wool French Dress Flannels at 45c.
6. MUSLIN DEPARTMENT.
Bleached Sheeting, 2% vards wide, at a quarter of a
dollar, and one-yard wide Cambrics at 10 cents.
7. CHINTZ DEPARTMENT.
The standard Calicoes at slA cents; wide Chintzes at
7 cents.
8. DRESS LININGS.
Silesias, Moreens, Hair Cloths, Cambrics, Linens,
Elastics, Drillings, Duck and all else that belong to
dress-making.
9. NECKWEAR AND SUSPENDERS.
Guyot's genuine French graces, delicate and new
shades, imported by ourselves, at 35 cents. Newest
London shapes and colors in Neckwear from Virgoe,
Middleton & Co. and Welch, Margetson & Co.. Si.
io. DRESS TRIMMINGS.
Two thousand pieces Linen Rick Rack Eraid, full xo
yards, reduced to 7 cents.
1 I. BUTTON DEPARTMENT.
Every make of fashionable buttons extant. Burgo
Pearl Buttons, received to-day, 5c. per dozen.
12. FRINGE DEPARTMENT.
All the new patterns that are just going into fashion.
Colored Chenille Fringe at $z per yard.
13. LINEN DEPARTMENT.
German Table Linen, 1^ yards and heavy, for half a
dollar per yard.
14. BLANKETS AND QUILTS.
Capital Blanket for Country Houses at $4.50. Honey
comb Quilts from 55 cents to £10 each.
15. HANDKERCHIEFS.
Twelve new styles at 25 cents each.
16. GLOVES.
Newest Jersey Lisle Thread Gloves, at as, 35, 45, 60,
75 cents.
17. LACE DEPARTMENT.
Escurial Laces, both real and imitation, are scarce.
We hit the market, and can do well all the way from a
fair quality at 42 cents up to £5.
18. RUCHINGS.
Most perfect patterns, 300 styles, nearly one-third
saved to customers. By making most all in our build
ing and importing our own lissc, wc now sell a par
ticular design at 25 cents; was 35 cents.
19. TIDIES.
Real Antique Lace, 15 cents and 23 cents.
20. LADIES’ COLLARS AND CUFFS.
A specially desirable lof at 7, S, 9, 12^, 15, 16 cents.
The Newport, 23, 30, 50, 75, 90 cents.
2 I. UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT.
A Striped Etamine for Curtains, 40 inches wide, at
12y2 cents; about half price.
22. ’ LACE CURTAINS.
Nottingham Curtains from 90 cents to £2; much under
regular price.
23. SHAWL DEPARTMENT.
Fine black, sky blue, rose crimson, ecru embroidered
Cashmere Scarf Mantles at'£to.
24. LADIES’SUIT DEPARTMENT.
Mo.it beau .'.fill tailor-made Spring Check Suits, hand
25. LADIES’ COATS AND WRAPS.
Handsome Ottomans of Spring Weights, with Tabs
and Chenille Fringe, gio.
26. JERSEY DEPARTMENT.
From 44 inch to 32s, perfect fitting Jerseys, of all colors
and grades, at $2. You get a quality worth Three
Dollars.
27. GENTLEMEN’S HATS.
Light-Weight Pearl and Dark Derbys at $2.50. The
latest shapes.
28. LADIES’ HOSIERY.
New Mandarin Shades of Esche’s Superb Make, in
silks, at $1.25 per pair.
29. CHILDREN’S HOSIERY.
Black Spun S Iri Hose, for children, $1.35 for seven |
years, up and down 5 cents.
30. GENTLEMEN'S HOSIERY.
Extra English black and docked at half a dollar.
31. UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT.
French Balbriggan Striped Shirts and Drawers at 85
cents, usually held at $1.50.
32. SHOE DEPARTMENT.
Our own idea of Ladies' Waukenphasts in super quali
ties of French Kid and Calf,$3 and $9.
33. MEN’S CLOTHING.
Good Business suit as low as $9. and four-button Cut
away Suits of the famous . rkscrew worsted material
at $16.
34. BOYS’ CLOTHING.
Norfolk Blouse Suits, $3.5°; Boys' Jerseys at $1.50.
35. CUSTOM CLOTHING.
Jesse Eddy's Cassimere Suits to order at fiS, cut in
latest style and fit guaranteed.
36. STATIONERY DEPARTMENT.
\\ anamaker Best, 12, t4( 16, so, 22 cents per quire, is !
still the popular writing paper. Overland Note, for
foreign correspondence, 10 cents per quire.
37. BOOK DEPARTMENT.
Any Book got.
38. FAN DEPARTMENT.
French and Viennese Fans, 50 cents to £30.
39. LEATHER GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Real Alligator Pocket-books, with coin pocket, £1.
Shopping Bags, 75 cents to £12.50.
40. ALBUM DEPARTMENT.
Photograph Albums in Plush or Leather, $2 to £15.
41. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
Fine French Milan Hats at £1, were £1.50.
42. TRIMMED HATS.
The Parisian Models, Round Hats and Bonnets only
arrived last week, and are now on show.
43. RIBBON DEPARTMENT.
The ^are and scarce shades Satins and Gros Grains ,
j always here.
| 44. PARASOL DEPARTMENT.
Coaching Parasols, £3 for 24-inch ; Taffeta Silk, Wine, j
J Cardinal, Marine and Blue.
! 45. UMBRELLAS.
A new lot of our celebrated Pickwick, £5.
46. INFANTS’ OUTFITS.
Hamburg Ruffled Collars for Children at 25 cents. 1
47% MISSES’ AND CHILDREN’S SUITS.
Jersey suits at most moderate prices.
48. LADIES’ UNDERWEAR.
Cambric Ruffled Skirts, 75 cents.
49. CORSETS.
Thompson's Glove-fitting, Ventilating Summer Corset,
75 cents.
50. HAIR GOODS.
Mrs. C. Thompson’s elegant make of waves, &c.
The Thompson Wave, 2% inch, 86; 3 inch, £S; 2V2
inch, £10; 4 inch, £12.
_I
51. EMBROIDERIES AND ZEPHYRS.
** The Madam s” usual fine assortment of original
patterns for vacation work.
X2. HAMBURGS AND WHITE
J GOODS.
White robes, from £5 to £31. One case Plaid Nain
sooks, at 20 cents ; quarter under price.
53. CLOTH DEPARTMENT.
Wide double-width English Suiting for $2 for Suits or
Ulsters. A superb quality, worth nearly double.
54. WHITE SHIRTS:
The Conqueror Dress Shirt at $x, our own make.
Has no equal at the price.
55. TOILET ARTICLES.
Alfred Wright's Delicate Extracts. Scientifically con
structed Tooth Brushes. Odontine for the Teeth, 25
cents.
56. WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Very moderate prices and guaranteed qualities of
goods. Charity Boxes, 25 cents to £3.50.
57. SPECTACLE DEPARTMENT.
All the shapes and numbers, in charge of competent
oculists.
58. SILVER DEPARTMENT.
Engraved, triple-plated Ice Pitcher,
59. TRUNKS AND VALISES.
A real good trunk, suitable for any sort of traveling,
$5. A valise for 53-5°.
60. HORSE CLOTHING.
Horse Sheets, 50 cents.
61. RUBBER GOODS.
All shapes of Gossamer Overgarments. The best
62. CARPET AND MATTING
DEPARTMENT.
All best makes of Carpets; Seamless Mattings, ao
styles, less than ever offered.
63. FURNITURE.
An Ash Suit, of specially durable make, for $23.
64. MATTRESSES.
Made in our own workrooms, of best materials, where
you receive just what you purchase.
65. SCHOOL STATIONERY.
700 Japanese Parasols, gay colors for decoration; 13
to 60 cents.
66. ARTISTS’ MATERIALS.
Portable Outfits for Holidaying, $5. Winsor and
Newton’s colors.
67. PICTURES AND FRAMES.
A house can be beautified in this department at slight
cost. A large assortment ot engravings in our port
folios, from 75 cents to $30.
68. BABY COACHES.
The finest of assortments, all shapes and finishings,
from $7 to $70.
69. TOY DEPARTMENT.
Thousands of little oddities to take home to the chil
dren, from 1 cent to $100.
70. SUMMER PORCH CHAIRS.
The famous Vienna Bent-wood Chair, wonderfully
pretty and strong, $2.50 and upward. Other chairs for
porch from $1 up.
7 I. GAMES AND SPORTS.
Croquet Sets, Fishing Tackle, Balls, Tennis Sets.
Croquet, 93 cents to $10; Tennis, $6 to $30; Fishing
Rods, 35 cents to $7.
72. CHINA DEPARTMENT.
Decorated English Chamber Sets,$6.S7; worth $12.00.
73. LAMP DEPARTMENT.
Hanging and Table Lamps, rich patterns, from $5
to $40.
74. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Refrigerators, Gas and Oil Stoves, Freezers and
Kitchen Things. Refrigerators, small and large, $3.60
to$4S; Ice Chests, $4 to $iS ; Ice Cream Freezers,
$2.25 to $16 ; Oil Stoves, single and double, $6 to $10;
Gas Stoves, $2 to $28.
There is probably no other store in the L/nited States where such an
assortment of goods can be viewed. Those who come to look are not bothered
and begged to buy, and those who find it to their interest to buy, we find it to
our interest to serve as well as we can, in order to keep them as customers,
JOHN WANAMAKER,
Chestnut, Thirteenth and Market Streets . DU'I J 1 u*
and City-Hall Square. i IlllclUClpnicl.
The Ultimatum
Is the Strongest, Neatest,
most Durable, Compact,
Closest Folding, Cheapest
Folding Chair in the world.
For Steamboats. Public
.Halls, Lawns, Piazzas
and Undertakers use It
\ Is unequaled. It opens
i, from both sides alike s
" and when closed is only
one Inch thick and per- J
feet iy Hat. (me dozen can bo packed In a space
or 1 Jlnch thickness. Agents wanted everywhere.
Address L. 51U LLER & CO„ llmm.Ayp FauBjN.Y.
STILL IN COMMISSION
ABRAM R. GARRISON,
Commissioner for Taking the Acknow
ledgment of Deeds,
At S. E. McGcar& ltro.’s Dry Goods Store, South
West corner of Commerce ami Laurel streets,
april 3-lm
Cumberland & Maurice River Ft. R
Trains leave Port Norris at 8.40 a. m. and 1.40
P- in,, arriving at West Jersey Depot, Hridgeton,
in time to take the 8 a. in. and 3,15 p. m.. trains
for Philadelphia.
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. H. DOWDNEY, Supt.
Catarrh lla-v Fever
Is a typo of catarrh
having very peculiar
symptoms. It is at
tended by anintlam
•d condition of the
lining membrane of
the nostrils, the tear
lucts and throat, af
fecting the lungs.—
An acrid mucus is se
creted, the discharge
is accompanied with
a painful burning
sensation. There are
severe spasms of
sneezing, frequent
attacks of blinding
headache, a watery
PJ and intlamed state of
Ely's Cream Ralm is a remedy founded on a
correct diagnosis of this disease,and can be de
pended upon. 50 cts. at druggists; 00 ets. by
mail. Sample bottle by mail, 10 cts. Ely Rugs.,
Druggists, Owego, X. V.
1 recommend to those suffering (as T have)
with Hay Fever, Ely's Cream Ralm. I have
tried nearly all the remedies, and give this a
decided preference over them all. It has given
me immediate relief.—C. T. Stephens, Hard
war.' Merchant. Ithaca, N. V._June lg-4t
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE LIVES OF
BLAINE AND LOGAN
Ry Col. Thos. W. Knox. Outsells all others 10
to 1. Authentic, Impartial, Complete, the Rest
and Cheapest . 500 pages $1.50. Sells like wild
lire. 50 per cent, to agents. Outfit free. Freight
paid. Address at once. The Haktfoiid Pub
lishing Co., Hartford, Conn. June li)-4t
How Lost. How Restored.
Just published, a now edition of Dr. Culver
well’s Celebrated Essay on the radical cure of
Spermatorrluea or Seminal Weakness, Involun
tary Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental and
Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Marriage,
etc.: also Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits, in
duced by self-indulgence, or sexual extrava
gance. &o.
The celebrated author, in this admirable es
say, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years’
successful practice, that the alarming conse
quences of self-abuse may be radically cured;
pointing out a mode of cure at once simple,
certain and effectual, by means of which every
sufferer, no matter what his condition may be,
mny cure himself cheaply,privately, radically.
;if"This Lecture should be in the hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, post-paid, on receipt of four cents or
two postage stamps. Address
THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
41 Ann St., New York, N.Y.; Post Office Box 450.
june 5-ly
DllOTIiDC I Cure jruarantoed by Dr
Kurl Unt ! J. 1>. MAYES. Under
* 4 this treatment, ease is at once obtained
Persons can attend to tlieir business immedi
| ately after treatment. Examination free. Send
I stamp forreply. Main office. S51 Aroh St..Phil
adelphia. marchl-ly
WatcheS
JEWELRY,
SILVERWARE,
Beautiful Choice Articles
Very Low Prices.
The Old Jewelry Stand,
8 S, Second Street, below Market,
» PHILADELPHIA.
F. L. ARC HAMB AULT.
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