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WHAT WOMEN ARE DOING.
There are now 155 women students in the Boston University. In the Salem (Mass.) Normal School there is a class of girls learning car pentry. Nearly 5,000 women are employed in the various government offices in Eng land. The daughter of Mr. Sargent, ex Minister to Germany, is studying medi cine at Zurich. Miss Maude C. Major, a girl in her “teens,” has started a paper at Norfolk, Sully county, Dakota. The Misses Van Gelderen, sisters, of Holland, passed their examinations as dentists a few weeks ago. Carrie Burnham Kilgore has been admitted to practice law in the Court of Common Pleas No. 4, in Philadel phia. In San Francisco all of the day dis trict telegraph work is done by women. They are paid from $40 to $00 a month. Miss Ellen Mason, of Boston, has won laurels by her admirable transla tion of Plato. “A Day with Socrates,” is her last work, containing an explan atory preface from her pen. Miss Stone, daughter of Stone Pasha —an American general recently in ser vice of the Khedive—is said to be the best Arabic scholar of her sex and one of the most accomplished linguists in the world. The Springfield armory shops wifi turn out more rifles this year than ever before since the war, the average being 140 a day. Last year’s product was 35,000 and the product of the year be fore 32,000. The amount of work de pends on tlie amount of the appropri ation, which is about $400,000. There are 458 men as against 415 a year ago. Since March 1, the eight hour system has been in force, and there has been a general readjustment of wages. Formerly skilled and unskilled day laborers alike received $2.75 a day. The average pay is still about tlie same, but the tariff has been adjusted so as to make the wages agree more nearly with the capabilities of the workman and to make the change from ten hours to eight hours without loss to the Government. It is found that the men work so much more effec tively in proportion under the eight hour rule that with the more equitable arrangement of wages, the cost of the rifle has not been increased. Such in crease as there might have been is more than compensated for by the good machinery and improved meth ods introduced. Gen. Joe Johnston said to a news paper jnan who asked him about the origin of the Confederate battle flag: “At the battle of Manassas—you Northerners call it Bull Run—the stars and bars proved a failure because they were so much like the Union colors. Indeed, both armies mistook their enemies for friends, and vice versa. After tlie battle I had resolved to dis card this flag, and called for each regi ment to procure its State colors. This they were not able to do, and I asked the army for new designs. Among those presented one by Gen. Beaure gard was chosen, and I altered this only in making it square, instead of oblong. This flag was afterward adopted by the Confederate armies. It was a Greek cross of blue on a red field, with white stars on the blue bars. This flag was designed by a Col. Wal ton, of Louisiana, and presented to Gen. Beauregard.” DR. DAVID KENNEDY’S *V»0 * /// REMEDY For the Cure of Kidney and Liver Com plaints, Constipation, and all disorders arising from an impure state of the BLOOD. To women who suffer from any of the ills pecu liar to their box it is an unfailing friend. All Druggists. One Dollar a bottle, or address Dr. David Kennedy, Itondout, N. Y. FEARFULLY COMMON Kidney Complaint among both sexes and ages. A Brilliant Recovery. There is something startling in the rapid in crease of Kidney diseases amongthe American people within a few years past. Many causes peculiar to certain classes tend to produce ami aggravate these troubles—as, forexampie. care less living, overwork,and exposure. I)r. David Kennedy, of Rondout, N. Y„ is often congrat ulated on the exceptional success of his medi cine called FAVORITE REMEDY in arresting and radically curing those most painful and dangerous disorders. Proofs of Inis, like the following, arc constantly brought to his atten tion, and are published by him for the sake of thousands of other sufferers whom he desires to reach and benefit. The letter, therefore, may be of vital importance to you or to some one whom you know. It is from one of the best known and popular druggists in the tine and growing city from which he* writes—and doubtless where those may find Mr. Crawford at his place of business on the corner of Main and Union streets. Spuincjfield. Mass., March 22,1SS1. Dr. Darid Kennedy, lloudout, X, )'. Dead Sir: For ten years 1 had been afflicted with Kidney disease in its most acute form. What I suffered must be left to the imagination —for no one can appreciate it except who have gone through it. I resorted to many physicians and to many different kinds of treat ment, and spent a great deal of money, only to find myself older ami worse than ever. I may say that I used 25 bottles of a preparation wide ly advertised as a sped tiff for this precise s$ort of troubles, and found it entirely useless—at least in my case. Your FAVORITE REMEDY- 1 say it with a perfect recollection of all that was done for mo besides is the only thing that did me the slight est good; and 1 am happj to admit that it gave me permanent relief. I have recommended FAVORITE REMEDY to many people for Kidm \ disease, and rhey all agree with mein saving that DU DAVID KENNEDY’S FAVO RITE REMEDY has not its equal in the wide world for this distressing and often fatal com plaint. Use this letter as you deem best 1« r the bone lit of others. Yours, etc., LYMAN CRAWFORD. Overcoats. Rough and Tumble Cassimere.$6.00 and J6.50 Plain Beaver in Black and Colors, .... 7.50 to 12.00 Fancy Cassimere, fancy back, skeleton, . . 8.00 to 10.00 Fancy Cassimere, lined,.8.00 to 10.00 Black and Fancy Colored Corkscrew, . . . 12.00 to 16.00 Suits. Union Melton and Cassimere,.$ 5.00 Rough and Tumble Cassimere,. 6.50 Fancy Mixed Cassimere,. 6.00 to 15.00 Fancy Plaid Cassimere.10.00 to 15.00 Blue Tricot, all wool, full indigo,.12.00 to 15.00 Blue Pique, all wool, full indigo,. 15.00 Black Worsted Corkscrew,. 10.00 and 12.00 Brown and Wine Worsted Corkscrew, . 13.50 to 18.00 Silk Lined Oversacks. Brown, Blue and Mixed Worsted, young men’s sizes, lined with satin throughout.$20.00 Blue Diagonal Worsted, lined with satin throughout, 22.50 Bockhacker’s very fine fancy Corkscrew, lined with satin throughout,.25.00 Fur Beavers, various kinds,.25.00 to 40.00 Plain Lined Oversacks. Eskimo Beavers in black and fancy colors, $10.00, 12.00, 15.00, 18.00, 25.00, 30.00 Fur Beavers in black and fancy colors, 10.00, 12.00, 15.00, 20.00, 25.00, 30.00 Fancy Cassimeres,.8.oo, 10.00, 12.00, 15.00, 20.00 Mixed Melton,.15.00, 18.00 20.00 Surtout and Newmarket Overcoats. Various styles, Melton and Fur Beaver,. . . $20.00 to 40.00 Suit with Sack Coat. Fancy Union Cassimere,.g 8.50 Rough and Tumble Cassimere, all wool, very strong, 10.00 Fancy Mixed Cassimere.. 12.00 to 20.00 Fancy Plaid Cassimere.15.00 to 22.50 Black and Brown Worsted Corkscrew, . . 15.00 to 25.00 Suit with Salisbury or Walking Coat. Fancy Mixed Cassimere,.gio.oo to $20.00 Fancy Plaid Cassimere,.15.00 to 22.50 Black Worsted Corkscrew, .16.00 to 25.00 Brown and Wine Worsted Corkscrew, . . 20.00 to 25.00 Fancy Worsted Corkscrew,.28.00 to 32.00 Suit with Prince Albert Coat. Black Worsted Corkscrew, .gl8.oo to $25.00 Black Worsted Diagonal Shoeller's best,.30.00 Black and Fancy Worsted Corkscrew, very fine, 30.ooto35.oo Oak Hall Offers You: 14.000 Autumn Suits for Men and Boys. 8.000 Overcoats for Men and Boys. A great quantity of piece goods for Custom Tailoring. A vast stock of Shirts and Men’s Furnishing Goods. The value of this stock is one million dollars. The prices are least for equal goods in any market. We rest our address to the public on these plain statements of fact. A comparison of goods offered and prices quoted will test their truth. Inexperienced buyers and honest clothiers are alike injured by the sham trademarks and false offers of the many unscrupulous dealers that now abound. You can only buy safely of clothiers that you know you can trust. Of such Oak Hall is conspicuously the leader. I Overcoats with Capes. Fancy Mixed Cassimere,.$4.00 Fancy Plaid Cassimere.6.50 to 9.00 Fancy Fur Beaver.. . Blue Wool Diagonal,.6.00 Overcoats without Capes. Fancy Mixed and Plaid Cassimeres.$4.00 to $10.00 Black and Colored Beavers.10.00 and 12.00 Black and Colored Worsted Corkscrew, . . 10.00 to 15.00 Suits. Fancy Mixed Cassimere, plaited,.$5.00 to $12.00 Fancy Mixed Cassimere.3.50 to 10.00 Blue Tricot, all wool, full indigo.10.00 and 12.00 Fancy Worsted Corkscrew.9.00 to 12.00 White Merino Undershirts and Drawers at .50, .75, Si.00, Si.25, £1.50 or $1.75 each. Scarlet Merino Undershirts and Drawers at $1.25, Si.50 or gi.75 each. These vary in quality from the cheapest which are nearly all cotton, to the finest, which arc really all wool. The Conqueror Shirt. The Oak Hall trademark on Shirts is now famous throughout the country for its quality and cheapness. It is the best Si.00 unlaundried shirt in the market. The lower grade, the Crown Shirt, at 75 cents each, unlaundried, is also the best at its price. They are both made on our own premises, and are guaranteed in every reasonable respect. The Men's Furnishing Department is full of all the tilings it ought to have for the Fall and Winter trade. Wanamaker & Brown, OAK HALL, _South-east Corner Sixth and Market Streets, Philadelphia. jvhy ARE MY BEST ADVERTISEMENT. They speak for themselves. HARRY KAYSER, ONE PRICE HATTER. Mo. 10 South Second St., two doors below Market, Philadelphia. ap 3-3 m What is Catarrh? It is a disease of tlie mucous mem brane, generally originating in the nasal passages and maintaining its stronghold in tin* head. From this point it sends forth a poisonous virusalong he membranous lin ings and through the ligestiveorgans%cor •upting the blood md prooducing oth •r.troublesome and lorgerous sy.ni> __i < mis. fcJl Ay.ppygn Cream Halm is a Jr.16§ v Lbi|^ remedy based upon a correct diagonis of this disease and can be depended upon. iTive it a trial. July 8 ureain uairn causes no pain. Gives relief at once. A Thorough Treatment will cure. Not a Liquid. Not a Snuff. Apply in the nostrils. l*t ic(*50 con s at druggists; t!0 cents by mail, registered. Sample bottle by mail 10 cents, lv Y BUOTHEltS, Druggists, Owego, N. Y. nov 13-4t NEW JERSEY State Normal« Model Schools, TRENTON. Fall Term will commence Monday, Sop. 15 Total cost for Hoard, Tuition, Hooks, &c., at the Normal School, >t"d for Ladies, and $U>0 for Gentlemen; at the .Model School, §200 per year. Buildings thoroughly heated by steam. The Model School offers to both young Ladies and Gentlemen superior advantages in all its de partments, viz: Mathematical, Classical, Com mercial, Musical, Drawing, and in Belles-Let tres. Cor in -w Catalogin' containing full par ticulars, address W. 11ASBUO.UCK, Principal, Tivntnn, New Jersey. aug 2S-lin MILLVILLE MUTUAL Actual Surplus over all Liabil itics, in cluding Reinsurance, Fire and Marine, $21,203 59. RatesLow. Security Unques tionable, Policies Liberal—Honest—No Two Thirds Swindle in Them. Settlements Prompt and Management tconomical. Agents wanted where not represented. F. REEVES, Pres. It. L. HOWELL, Sec. dec fl-tf Watch eB JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, Beautiful Choice Articles Very Low Prices. The Old Jewelry Stand, 8 S, Second Street, below Market, PHILADELPHIA. F. L. ARC HAMB AULT sept 18 FAINT MANUFACTITEKKS. FABMERS' DEPOT! FRENCH'S SELECTED LAND PLASTER. Ground trom the purest Gypsum, and pre pared specially lor farmers’ use tor mixing with Paris Green. In purchasing, ask for French's Selected, and take no other. It is the cheapest and best. For sale by STOREKEEPERS GENERALLY. PLASTEE, AND BUILDING MATERIAL. SAMUEL H. FRENCH & CO., PAINT AND PLASTER MILLS, York Ave. and Callowhii! St, PHILADELPHIA, PA. may 8-ly Cumberland & Maurice River R. R Trains leave Port Norris at 6.40 a. in. and 1.40 p. in,, arrivingat West Jersey Depot, llridueton, »n tinieto the s a. in. and 0,15 p. m.. trains for Philadelphia. Returning on arrival of Philadelphia trains atM a. in. and 5.15 p. in., stopping at stations on the line. Freight on 10 a. m. south and 1.40 p. ni. north (lec IB L. H. DOWDN'EY, Supt. ! MARTIN ANDERSON, Manufacturer and Dealer in STOVES, HEATERS, RANGES PUMPS, Tin Roofing, Spouting & General Jobbing. Gas Fixtures, Brackets, Chan deliers, &c. A General Line of HOUSEHOLD UTENSILS, V illow V are, Furnaces, (iron and clay) Baskets, Buckets, And an Endless Variety of Useful Ar ticles in Tinware. No. 11 Commerce Street,Near the Bridge, BRIDGETON, N. J. may 2-tf ere a week at home. $r,.00outfit free. Pay 4>uu absolutely sure. No risk. Capital not iviiuiretl. Header, if yon want business at which persons of cither sex, young; or old, can mako groat pay all the time they work, with ab s >H«tc certainty, write for particulars to H 11A LLKT'r & Cl Port land. Mo. dec 27-tf TO KEEP YOUR USE THE WEST SIDE ■ na i On Bill ill tn iBanl. PEEPAEED BY Geo. H. Whipple, DRUGGIST, Opposite Court House, Bridgeton. JOSEPH T. WHITE, (Successor to White & Moore,) Dealer in Flour, Feed, Wood, and Agri cultural Implements. Best Patent Flour, . . $4.00 A Good Roller Flour, . . 'qo A Fine Straight Grade, . 3.80 Common.3'gg ! Orders left at George Barrett’s, No. ISO North I Can ret street, or on slates at (.’. II. Shekel's and I C. U. Coder's, will be promptly attended to. JOSEPH T. WHITE, I Cor. Broad & Atlantic Sts., Bridgeton.