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Philadelphia Advertisements. I Philadelphia AdrorHsomfnt" i ii,ti,iAii.i. '. i i
Booksellers ami Stationers.
am Ell, JiARNLS & potts,
And IXnleri In
' tin. I f.-n f! ui i.
Sui. 5'j.l M irkei iin.l 5ij Minor Street,
I'll I LA DELP1IIA, 1'A.
.l'libllshers of Sander (' New Headers, ami
Itr.MKs Antimietic-t. Also. It .ucrt'.s flu or i f
I lie lulled Stales. 1'eltou's OutUV.NIap,; e !.'5
11 Si A 3f 2i XSOOKS
Always on hand, and made to Order. 31 tf
MILLER & ELDER,
Bookseller and Slaiionerc,
11LAXK JSOOK MA XVEA VTCliEJtS,
And Dealers In
No. 400, Market Street,
PHIL A DELPHI A, PA.
CHARLES MAUAIIUE & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
Nos. 30, 32, and 34, South Sixth Street,
H r.incr :itiv fi'jn iv.:., .... ... i
made to order, at short notice.'- ""'r W, i
and is sold at niueli ess pi ce. The inoiiev
will be. refunded to those buying i if it do i 111
prove entirely satisfactory 1
9- For salt! by F. Mortimer, New Iiloomlleld.
MILLER & ELDEJt,
430 Market Street,
23031 Philadelphia. '
Banking and Stocks.
Jay Cooke & Co.,
113 AND 114 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
BKAI.EUS IX ALL
Old 5-aOs Wanted
IN EXCHANGE FOR NEW.
A LIBERAL DIFFERENCE ALLOWED.
Compound Interest Xotes Wanted.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
W COLECTION8 made i STOCKS bought
and sold on Cominisbion.
t-if SPECIAL business accommodations re
served for LADIES. siyi
Glass and Queensivare.
. L. Kacd j. E.Fbbvmiiie.
KAUK fc FRYMIKE,
Imi'oiitehs and Jobbers or
Oli in u , O-1 si h
301 niid 303, Cherry St., between Arch & Bucc,
ID" Constantly on hand, Original Assorted
Packages. 3. 9. ly 10
. . .. ; "''Viamerusciiiente. Miiladelplila Advertisements.
Drugs, Medicines, ,lc.
WRIGHT & SIDDALL,
wholesale Druggists,! DllY - GOODS,
AND DKAI.KRS 15
119 MARKET STREET,-NEAR FRONT,
A ri'l-I' STOCK of worthing connected with
J TL I he business, of the hest (iialitv. and at vcrv
low prices. A good locution for business, with a
low rent, and light expenses, eniibies us to offer In
ducements to buyers, and makes It worth their
while to give us a trial.
John Lucas & Co.,
PI1RP CUfKC f. D r r Fl
, v . l 1 J J U II 6 6 H i
While Load and Color
Nos, 141 and 113 North Fourth St.,
SAVES 1.AISOI& !
Saves Time !
-yyAINItlClHT & CD'S
Will bo found the best In use. Willi this Soap
washing may be done with half the labor required
when any other is used, and the saving in wear to
clothes Is really astonishing n will cost only Fif
teen ("cuts to try It, and after that you will use no
S- For sale by all Grocers, and by F. Mortimer,
New Iiloomlleld, Fa. 317
" Tho Red Horsa Powders"
akh . .
rjTIHE niCST VOW-DICKS in the World for
They will not on1.vprevent,bntwlll(!iirediseases
and are the Cheapest, us well as the best Horse
Powders In use.. Try them. ForsiilehvStorcsand
Druggists geiKsrallv. and by F. Mohtimeh, New
Iiloomlleld, I'a. 33l)tf
Worth its Weight in Gold !
rJIHIS Is what everybody who has used it says of
For lUieumatle rains it will give Instant rollef
and elleeta perinaneiit cure in a short time.
It Is also the best remedy in the World for Cuts,
Sprains, Hrulses and l$urns, and not only giving
prompt relief from pain, but heals without leaving
any sear. All who have tried it, say no family
should be without it, for It is worth its weight in
Try a bottle oMU No cure, No Fny. 317
3- For sale at R Mju'tiumr's.
Hardware, ' fr .
LLOYD, SUPPLEE, & WALTON,
No. 025 Market Street,
Dry Goods, Hosiery and Aotious.
BAHCROFT & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers
Of Staple anil Fancy
Linens, White Goods, Hosiery, &c,
Nos. 4ft' and 40" MAIiKICT STHKUT,
(Above Fourth, North Side,)
Tliaddeus W. Markley. John Shaftnor, Jr.
MARKLEY Sc SHAFFNEB,
SlIAFFNEli, ZIIXil.KU & CO.,
Importers and Dealers In
and every variety of
No. 3fi, North Fourth Street,
.Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
W. F. KOIBILEIt,
Hats, Caps, Furs,
Straw - Good s
153 NOr.TII THIRD STREET,
3 9 ly 10 PHILADELPHIA.
W. W. Paul.
D. J. Hoar.
II. L. Hood.
WM. W. PAUL & CO.
BOOT AND SHOE
023 Market St. and 014 Commerce Street,
JKADIJUKY'S AND OTHER
UUylor .f tXirley't and K. P. Xctrthaw ii Son't
ORGANS AND MELODEONS.
n-M a. 1'iscnEii,
General Wioleaal A(ent,
1018 Arch Street aiul 21 North Eleventh Street,
3 42 Gin. PHILADELPHIA
E S TE Y S
GREAT INDUCEMENTS olTered to Churches
and Sunday Schools. Organs and Melodeons
for sale ou monthly Instalments.
E. M. BltlKJK,
,,. No. 18 North Seventh St.,
I S. T. AUGE &'C0,, Mj
Philadelphia, Pa., J
Groceries and rrorislons.
AVliolcsalo Dealers in
P I S II ,
Xi'o vi io 1 1 ssi ,
114 South Delaware Avenue,
Helow Chestnut St.,
PHIL A DELPHIA, PA.
Collins, (Jcddcs & Co's Cnnncd Frnits.
104 It f
S. 15. TAYJLOit,
WAINWRIGHT & CO.
North East Corner of 2nd and Arch Street?,
W. A. Atwood. Isaao W. Hanck.
ATW00D, 11AXCK & CO.,
Wholesalo Dealers In all kinds of Tickled and Salt
FIS II ,
No. 210 North Wharves, above Race Street,
3 40 Cmfl PHILADELPHIA, PA.
January 1, 1S03
Wood and Willow Ware.
Wholesale Dealers In
Batting, Wadding, Twines, &c,
And n lino assortment of
Wood and Wllloiv Ware,
No. 343, North Tlilsd Street,
January 1, 1869.
'lobacco, Scaurs, Cc.
Thomas R01111. A. J. JIcCo.nkey.
ROBB & McCONKEY,
And 'Wliolesiilo Dealers in
LEAF AND MANUFACTURE!)
TOBACCOS, SEGABS, SC,
No. 13 North Fifth Street,
(Between Market and Arch,).
A. B. Cunningham. J. n. Lewars. J.8.Glolm.
Cunningham, Gleim & Co.,
"Wholesale Dealbks in
Tobacco, Scgars, &c,
NO. 408 MARKET STREET,
a The following if read us now
punctuated, is nonsenee ; but with n little
change in tho punctuation, not only makes
good senso but good rhyme.
I saw a pigeon making bread ;
1 saw a girl composed of thread;
I saw a towel one mile square;
I saw a meadow in the air;
1 saw a locket walk a mile;
1 saw a pony make a llle;
I saw a blacksmith In tt i,0x;
I saw an orange kill an ox;
I saw butcher made of steel;
I saw a penknife dance n reel ;
I saw a sailor twelve feet high ;
I saw a ladder In a pie;
I saw an apple fly away;
I saw a sparrow making- hay;
1 saw a farmer like a dog;
I saw a puppy mixing grog;
I saw three men who saw them too.
And will conllrni what I tell you.
6aTlio most elTe3tin specimen of
amatory poetry that has come to our no
tice is the followiti":
When old Carlow sits on Sally's chair
Oil 1 don't I wish that I were there;
When her fairy lingers pat his head,
Oh I don't I wish 'twas me instead.
When Sally's arms his neck Imprison,
Oh 1 don't I wish my neck was hls'n ;
When Sally kisses Callow's nose, '
Oh! don't I wish that I were those.
BfS- If a cat doth meet a cat upon a gar
den wall, and if a catdotli greet a cat oh I
need they both to w,uall '( Every Tommy
has Ins Tabby, waiting on the wall, and
yet she welcomes his approach by tin un
earthly yawl. And if a kitten wish to
court upon the garden wall, why don't he
sit and sweetly smile and.- not stand up
and bawl, and lift his precious back up
high, and show his teeth and moan, as if
twere colic more than love that made tho
" feller groan ?
e?-At a dinnerparty, Erskine wa8
seated near Miss Henrietta com
monly called Miss Ileunie ! who
had been celebrated for her beauty but
was then somewhat past the meridian of
hie. " Ihey say you are a great man for
making puns," said Miss Hennic to the
wit; ''could you make a pun on me?"
' Ah, Ilcnnie," was the cruel rejoinder
"yo aro uo chicken !" '
1A temperance lecturer, descant
ing on the superior virtues of cold water
remarked: " When tho world had be!
come so corrupt that tho Lord could do
nothing with it, he was obliged to give
jl a thorough sousing in col(l water?'
" les," replied a toper present, but it
kilted every critter on tho face of the
B5Su Brown had been in lovo with a
young lady and asked permission to call
her by tho expressive name of some ani
mal, which was granted on condition that
she should have the same privilige On
leaving. Brown said, Good-night, deer."
Good-night, bore," said she. Brown hag
ladies glVCn UP th comPany of joung
J5-An Irishman was bound over by a
police magistrate the other day to keep
the peace towards all Her Majesty's sub
jects, as the bonds always run "All
right, yer honor," replied Pat: I'll ob
serve the bond ; but God help the first
foreigner I get my hands on."
BSiA, Dr. West whoso first wife wa
Experience, daughter of Consider How-
say that ho had learned from lo,,g Ex
perieme that it was a capital thing to be
. A man called another an extor
tioner, for suing him. Why, my friend '
replied the man who brought the suit,
"I did it to oblige you" "To oblige
me, indeed how so ?" Why, to oblige
you to pay me." b
An Irishman in tho way of illus
tratmg tho horrors of solitary confine
ment, stated that out of one hundred per
sons sentenced to endure this punishment
for hfe, only fifteou survived it.
H5T " Patrick, why do you write such
a large hand?" "Sure, yer honor, if
to me owld mother, who i very deaf, and
1 in writing her a loud letter."
Iter A prisoner was examined in court
and contradicted himself. "Why do
you lie so ?" asked tho judge. Uavn't
you a lawyer ?"
B-If a gentleman marries, the lady
must be won before they arc married
afterward they are both ono!
A romance" of tho middlo ogea
An old maid's lovo letter.