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title: 'The Bloomfield times. (New Bloomfield, Pa.) 1867-187?, March 08, 1870, Page 7, Image 7',
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GlIjc times, Nciu . Dloomftf
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
c. i louoirr & isuo's,
Wholesale Dealers ia
I i'o visions,
114 South Delaware Avenue,
3elov Chestnut St.,
Collins, (Jcddcs & Co's Canned Fruits.
S. IS. TA.YI.OJIl,
WAINWMGHT & CO.
North Fast Corner of 2ml anil Arch Street?,
yr. a. atwood.
Isaac W. Raxtk.
ATWOOD, RANCH & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers In all kinds of Tickled and Salt
JP I & XI ,
No. 211) North Wharves, above ltace Street,
8 40CniO PHILADELPHIA, PA.
January 1, 1609.
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
GI&AYISII,!.. !fc CO.,
Wholesale Dealers In
Batting, Wadding, Twines, &c,
And a line assortment of
Wood and Willow Ware,
No. 343, North Third Street,
January 1, 18G9.
TOBACCO SECARS AC.
Thomas Ronn. A. J. McConkey.
ROBB & McCONKEY,
And "Wholesale Dealers in
LEAF AND MANUFACTUR ED
No. 13 North Fifth Street,
(Between Market and Arch,)
A. B- Cunningham. J. II. Lewars. J. 8. GJclm.
Cunningham, Gleim & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers in
Tobacco, Segars, &c,
NO. 408 MARKET STREET,
DRY COODS HOSIERY A. NOTIONS
BAllCROFT & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers
Of staple and Fancy
DltY - GOODS,
Linens, White Goods, Hosiery, fcc,
Nos. 4lV and 4(7 MARKET STHKET,
(Above Fourth, North Hide,)
John SlialTner, Jr. E. S. Zlcglcr. Theo. Rumel.
S1IAFFNER, ZIEGLER & CO.,
SHAFFNER, ZIEOLElt & CO.,
Importers and Dealers In
T HE E ADS, CO M B H,
ami every variety of
No. 30, North Fourth Street,
Agent for Lancaster Combs.
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps,.
W. F. ItOHLEK,
Hats, Caps, Furs,
4 1 1 a av - G2- oodg
153 NORTH THIRD STREET,
3 9 ly 10 PHILADELPHIA.
W. W. Paul.
D. J. Hoar.
II. L. Hood.
WM. W. PAUL & CO.
BOOT AND SHOE
C23 Market St. and C14 Commerce Street,
JJRADBUHY'S AND OTHER
laylor A IVrlcy's awl E. P. Xccdham i Son's
ORGANS AN2 MELODEONS.
WM. O. FISCHER,
VenonU Wtolemle Agent,
1018 Arch Street and 21 North Eleventh Street,
3 42 Cm. PHILADELPHIA
JJEXXSYLVAXIA ELASTIC Hl'ONGE CO.
No. 1111 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA.
A Substitute for Curled Hair,
FOR ALL UPHOLSTERY PURPOSES.
It Is cheaper than feathers or hair, and much
superior, lieing the lightest softest and most elastic
FOR MATTRESSES. FILLOW8, CARRIAGE,
CAR, AND CHAIR CUSHIONS.
It Is lndestructable.f ree from dust, erfectly clean
and for the sick is unenualud, as if soiled It is easily
, IT DOES 1T0T PACK
And is entirely free from Moth
Permnn are, requested to examine the Cushion
Sponte at the ojftce of the company,
Feb 8tf No. 1111 CHESTN UT STREET.
t S. T. AUGE & CO., J
V Philadelphia, Pa.,
DRUCS, MEDICINES AND PAINTS.
SIDDALL & MARKLEY,
A5D DKALEItS IN
119 MARKET STREET, NEAR FRONT,
A FULL STOCK of everthlng connected with
the business, of the best quality, and at very
low prices. A good location for business, with a
low rent and light expenses, enables us to oiler In
diiccmcnts to buyers, and makes it worth their
Willie to give us a trial.
Philadelphia, 3. Hit.
John Lucas & Co.,
PURE SWISS GREEN,
White Lead and Color
Nos, 141 and 143 North Fourth St.,
HAYES LA1SOK !
Saves Time !
AINRIUHT & CO'S
Will be found the best In use. With this: Soap
washing may be done witli half the labor required
when any other is used, and the saving in wear to
clothes is really astonishing. It will cost only Fif
teen Cents to try it, and after that you will use no
JUFor sale by all Grocers,, and by F. Mortimer,
New liloomlleld, Pa. 317
" The Red Horse Powders'1
HE BEST POWDERS in the World for
They will not only prevent, but will Cure diseases
and are the Cheapest, as well as the best Horse
owders in use. Try them. For sale by Stores and
Pruggsts generally, and by F. Mortimer, New
Hloomlleld, Pa. 33otf
Worth its Weight in Gold!
rjlHIS Is what everybody who has used it says of
For Rheumatio Pains it will give Instant relief
and etlecta permanent cure in a short t ime.
It Is also the best remedy in the World for Cuts,
Sprains, liruises and JSurns, and not only giving
prompt relief from (tain, but heals without leaving
any scar. All who have tried it, say no famii.v
should be without It, for It Is worth its weight In
Try a bottle of It ! No cure, No Pay. 817
Oli- For sale at F. Mortimer's.
LLOYD, SUPPLEE, & WALTON,
No. 625 Market Street,
GREAT INDUCEMENTS ottered to Churches
and Sunday Schools. Organs and Melodcons
for salt) on monthly Instalments.
E. M. BRUCE,
No. 18 North Revonth St..
BOOKSELLERS &. STATIONERS.
SOWER, UARNES &T0TTs7"
Booksellers & Stationers,
And Dealers In
C U R TAIN
Nos. 5.30 Market and 523 Minor Streets,
V. Publishers of Sanders' New Readers, and
Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, Robert's History of
the United Stales, Fulton's Outline Maps, &c.
Always on hand, and made to Order. 31t
MILLER & ELDER,
Booksellers and Stationers,
11LAXK BOOK MAX UFA CTCHEIIS,
And Dealers In
No. 430, Market Street,
CHARLES MAGARGE & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers In
Nos. 30, 32, and 34, South Sixth Street,
S Paper any Size, Weight, Color and Quality,
made to order, at short notice. KUy41
TIUS I'LL IP. Is warranted EQUAL to Arnold's,
and is sold at miieii less price. The money
will be refunded to those buying it, if it does not
prove entirely satisfactory.
83. For sale by F. Mortimer, New Bloomlleld.
MILLEIi Si ELDElt,
4W Market Street,
Banking and Stocks.
Jay Cooke & Co.,
113 AND 1U SOUTH THIRD STREET,
DEALERS IN ALL
Old 5-aOs Wanted
IN EXCHANGE FOR NEW.
A LIBERAL DIFFERENCE ALLOWED.
Compound Interest Notes Wanted.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
rST COLECTIONS made STOCKS bought,
aud sold on Commission.
J5jT SPECIAL business accommodations re
served for LADIES. 8101
Glass and Queensivare.
A. L. Kaub j. E. Fkkthire.
It VI IS fc FKYMIItE,
Importers and Jobuers of
301 and 303, Cherry St., between Arch & Raco,
TD Constantly on baud, Original Assorted
Packages. 3. 0, lj 10
MT" How long can a gooso stand on
0110 leg ? try it, that's the way the goose
fifaT" A school master in Ohio adver
tises that he will keep a Sunday schooL
twice a week Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Jfoa5 A splendid ear , but a very poor
voice, as the organ-grinder said of the
BfSy Why is kissing a pretty girl, like
eating soup with a fork? liccauso you
can't get enough of it.
fi&g" A married lady being, asked to.
waltz, gave the following sensible and ap
propriate answer "No thank you, sir;
1 have hugging enough at home."
fiST" Is that clock right over there V
asked a visitor, the other, day.
" Right over there," Baid the boy,.
" taint uowhore else !"
A gentleman inspecting lodgings,
to be let, asked the pretty girl who show
ed them, " and are you, my dear, to.
be let with the lodgings V No, answered
she "lam to bo let alone."
aT Cuffy said ho would rather die by
a railroad smash up than by a steamboat
burst up, for this reason : " If you get
off and is smashed up, dar you is; but if
you get blowed up on . de boat whar is
A dying Irishman was asked by
his confessor if he was ready to renounce
the devil and all his works. " O," your
honor," said Pat' " don't ask mo that; I
am going to a strange country, and I
don't intend to make myself enemies."
JBiS-Of all the declarations of love, the
most admirable one was that which a
young gentleman made to a young lady,
who asked him to show her the picture of
the one ho loved, when ho immediately
presented her with a mirror.
JBST As an old woman was lately walk
ing through one of the streets of Mon
treal at midnight, a patrol called out
" Who's there V
" It is I patrol," said she, " don't be
A petulant old lady having refused
a suitor to a niece, he expostulated with 1
her, and requested her plainly to divulge
her reasons. I see the villiau in your. -face,"
said she. ' That's a personal, re- '
flection madam," he answered.
Br lie went. A Montana vigilanco
committee brought an obnoxious character,
set him on his mulo and told him ho
had precisely fifteen minutes to leave the
country in. lie replied :" Gents, if
this mule don't balk, tive'll answer."
Mr A debating sociaty at Lyons has
been for some time engaged in a discussion,
of the question : " If you had to have a
;bile where would you have it.?." and
its members have finally decided, " oa
" Mother, wliut did father, pray to
General Grant so much lor in church
yesterday?" asked the bright little
daughter of a. ministerial friend lately.
" I don't know that he did, sis." Why,
yes ; don't you know ? lie was always ;
saying. 'Grant wo beseech thee." '
you take the note, and did
you sco Mr- Thompson, Jack. ?"" Yes, .
sir." "And how was he?" "Why, he
looked pretty well, but he's very blind."
" Blind ! what do you mean ?" " Why,
whilo I wur. in the room ho axed me'
where my hat wur, and it wur on my
head all tho while."
B-A doubtful compliment The'
Hartford times declares that when Sena
tor Sumner complimented. Mrs Senator
Kevels upon the cood fortuno nf W
husband, that delighted lady replied,
xnanK you, salt I dough de Lord anlick
you wid a white skin..he e-ib vnn n. Lnnrfc
as black aa anybody's I"
Dr. G ' riding in the countryj
one day, saw. a sign upon a gate post,
reading thus: -'This farm for sail."
Stopping his horse, ho hailed a little old
woman, who stood on tip-toe hangin"- out
clothes." : 00 ,
" I say madam, when does this farm
" J ust as soon sir," replied the old lady, ,'
placing her thumb to her nose, " as any
body comes along who can raiso the '
The doctor drove thoughtfully on.