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BOOK3ZLLER3 & STATION t.S.
SOWEIl, UAKNES & POTTS,
E3ok3iei'M & l-'AiSloam'H.
Aii.l Dealer.! 111
C U R T A I N
Nos. ii.yi Market and 5-J .Minor Streets,
I 'H I LA I) EL PHI A, 1'A.
f)u Publisher of Sanders' Now Readers, and
liie LinUM .naies, l'cium s otn.iiie ..litot, ms.
Always on hand, and made to Order. .".11
MILLER & iiiLDlii,
ESooEi.yalli'.i nsial f'iiaisoiaeivi,
J1LAXIC J1UUIC MAXUEAUTUltEUS,
And Dealers in
No. 430, Market Street,
il PHILADELPHIA, PA.
CilAIlLKS M.UIAliUii & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
X'sipor, JL&c8,fs, &;.,
Sim. 30, 32, and 31, South Sixth Street,
fT5t. Taper any Sire, Weight, Color and Quality,
mane lo order, at snort nol.ee. Uiysi
rpiIIS FLUID is warranted EQUAL to Ansoi.ls,
L and is s. nd at ni.ic.i icss p.iee. 'liie money
wul lie iciiiiulcil 10 in. tie baying it, if it Uoo.s not
prove eutiieiy s.il.s.ailoiv.
JJ- i or sa.o by i'. .lo, inner, New JSlooiulicld.
' MILLEli &, ELDER,
l;iu .Market Street,
Hanking and Stocks.
Jay Cooke & Co.,
112 AND 114 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
DEALI'.llS IN ALf.
Old 5-2x Wanted
IN EXCHANGE FOR NEW.
A LIBERAL DIFFERENCE ALLOWED.
Compound Interest Notes Wauled.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
tST COLECTIONS made ; STOCKS bought
and sold on Commission.
l-W" SPECIAL business accommodations re
served lor LADIES. S101
Glass and Queenswarc.
A. L. Kauu J. E. FliKYMirtE.
KAUIi & V11Y3IIKK,
Impouteio and Joiiughs Off
O li i il ih , CS- 1 :i s h
$01 and 803, Cherry St., between Arch k Race,
117" Constantly on hand, Original Assorted
Pckao. 3. 0. ly 10
DHJCS, MEDJCINES AND PAINTS.
SIDDALL & MARKLEY,
W h o 1 o s a 1 o D r u g g i st s,
AND DKAI.KltS IN
110 31 ARRET STREET, NEAR FRONT,
A FULL STOCK of cvertlrnc; connected with
1 jl t!i! Im.siiuM.:, or Hie lie d itiialily, and at very
low prices. A good location for business, with a
ow rent and light expenses, enable us to offer In
ducements to buyers, and makes it worth their
wlnic to give, us a trial.
Philadelphia, 3. SI ". .
Joan juueas & Co.,
THE ONL Y
PURE SWISS GREEN,
Wlxlte JLead and Color
Nos, 111 and 113 North Fourth St.,
fiaves Time !
ainricht & co-s
Will bo found the best in use. With this Soap
washing may Ik: done with 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
it. For sale by all Grocers, and by F. Mortimer,
New liloomlleld, l'a. 317
Tho Rod Horsa Powders"
HE r.EST POWDERS In tho World for
They will not only prevent, but will Cure diseases,
and are the Cheapest, as well as I he best Horse
Powders In use. Try them. For sale livStoresand
Druggists generally, and by P. Moitr"i.u:u, New
iilooinlield, l'a. Xlolf
Worth its Weight in Gold !
rjMIIS Is what everybody who has used it says of
x ksm its rn i.i x i ja k x t.
For Itlieuniatie Fains it will give instant relief
ami elleeta permanent cure in a short Line.
It, Is also I lie beit ivniedy in the World for (Hits,
SpraiiH, liruises and Hums, and not only giving
prompt relief from pain, but heals without leaving
any sear. All who have tried it, say no family
should bu without if, for it is worth 'its weight in
tt?-Try a bottle of It! No euro. No Fay. 317
US- For sale at F. Mortimer's.
Hard wave, Ac.
LLOYD, SUPPLEE, & WALTOX,
No. 62o Market Street,
13 H T EY'S
fl ItKAT INDUCICMENTS olfered to Churches
VJl and Sunday Schools. Organs uud Melodcons
for sale on monthly Instalments.
is. ai. ititucn.
No. IS North Revnnth St..
DRY GOODS HOSIERY & NOTIONS
Importers nnd Jobbers
Of Staple and Fancy
DRY - GOODS,
Lineno, AVliito Good.s, Hosiery, Ac,
Nos. 405 and 407 MARKET STREET,
(Above Fourth, North Side,)
John Siiairner, Jr. E. S. Ziegler. Then. Runiel
S1IAFFNER, ZIEULER & CO.,
SHAFFNElt, ZlEtH.ER & CO.,
Importers and Dealers In
and every variety of
No. 30, North Fourth Street,
Ayents for Lancaster Combs.
Hoots, Shoes, JIats and Caps.
W. F. IOSJI.EK,
Hats, Caps, Furs,
A N I
t " SX AV - Car O !
153 NORTH TIIIRDSTREET,
3 0 ly 10 PHILADELPHIA.
W. W. Paul.
D. J. Hoar.
II. L. Hood.
WM. W. PAUTj & CO.
BOOT AND SHOE
023 Market St. and C14 Commerce Street,
"J JUADRUKY'S AND OTHER
i I A X S .
yooi- it lUrleu's Mi'l E. P. A'ealham i 8m' s
ORGANS AND MEL0DE0N3.
WM. O. FISCHER,
Oi'nerul Wholesale Aqcnl,
1018 Arch Street and 21 North Eleventh Street,
3 42 Gin. VHI LA DELPHI A
JWXXSYLVANTA ELASTIC SPONGE CO.
No. 1111 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA.
A Substitute for Cartel Hair,
FOR ALL UPHOLSTERY PURPOSES.
It Is cheaper than FKATiiiiits or iiaiii. and much
superior, being the lightest softest and mint elastic
FOR MATTRESSES. PILLOWS, CARRIAGE.
CAR, AND CHAIR CUSHIONS.
It Is Indestriietable.free from dust, perfectly clean
and for the sick is uneipialed.ai if soiled il iseasily
IT DOES NOT PACK
And is entirely free from Moth
Parsons am requmtal to extwlna t'u Cushion
Uponiie al tht ojjice of the company,
Feb 8tfJ No. 1111 CHESTNUT ST KELT.
S. T. AUGE k CO., A
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
Wholesale Dealers in
111 South Delaware Avenue,
IJolow Chestnut St.,
Collins, (.'eddes A; t'o's Canned Fruits.
S. IS. TAYLOK,
WAINWRIGHT & CO.
North East (Turner of 2nd and Arch Street?,
W. A. Atwood.
Isaac W. IUmk.
ATWOOD, ItAXCK & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in all kinds of Pickled and Salt
No. 210 North Wharves, above Race Street,
3 40 ClilO PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Jnnnnry 1, 100.
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
S2AYKII.I, & CO.,
Wholcsalo Dealers in
Batting, Wadding, Twines, &c,
And a line assortment of
Wood and Willow Ware,
No. m. North Third Street,
January 1, 18il3.
TOBACCO SECARS &C.
Thomas Romt. A. J. McConkey.
ROBB & McCONKEY,
4Jo us mission 32erehimts,
And Wholesale Dealers in
LEAF AND MANUFACTURED
No. 13 North Fifth Street,
( He t ween Market and Arch.)
A. IL Cunningham. J. II. Lcwars. J. S.Glclm.
Cunningham, Gleim & Co.,
Wholesale Dkaleus in
Tobacco, Segars, &c,
NO. 408 MARKET STREET,
Be.T"" Do you enjoy good health, Zaeha
V "Why yes to ho sure: who
Kjy Who is the straihtest limit men
tioned in the Uible? Jos-eiih, Lceauso
l'haraoh tnndo a ruler of him.
trr " Figures don't lie," says the arith
metician. " You can't Pay that of a
woman's figures in these days," refunds
the glanderous dressmaker.
Ir " Wouldn't you call this tho calf
of a leg?'' n.sked hob, pointing to one o''
his netlier limbs, " No," rcjdicd 1'at
" I should say it was tho leg of a calf."
X- Where arc you going to '(" -nfcked
one little boy of amither, who had slipped
and fallen down. "Going to get up,"
was the blunt reply.
V3" " Mammy !" said a precocious
little boy, who against his will was made
to rock tho cradle of his baby brother,
' if the Lord has any more babies to give
away, don't you take 'em."
JG: "' A Hart ford man, in telling a po
lice officer that he a ocular demonstration
of bis wife's infidelity, added, "I never
had any Utile thing make me so mad in
all my life."
t'fj" A young lady at Cavendish, Ver
mont, killed it skunk with a butcher knil'o
on Wednesday. Her lover came to see
her that night and told her he couldn't
marry her unless she quit usingsueh hair
oil. How fastidious some men arc.
JCSy" A Parisian philosopher propounds,
a question and gives the answer: " Why
has nature given us two ears and but one
tongue ? In order that we should repeat
but one-half of what wo hear."
S? To make little boys' trousers last
when you make a suit of clothes for them
finish the coat first, and, by so doing, you
you will make the trousers last. It is
the only way the thing can be done.
JdS?" A housemaid, the other evening,
slipped from a chair, on which she wa.-v
temporarily standing, and fell head fore
most into a barrel of Hour. To show tho
effect of mental agony, we will relate that
her hair became white in an iiistaut.
JCfJ .Since the story has been told of
Judge Preekinridge marrying a girl whom
he saw jump over a rail fence with a pail
on her bead, the girls in Orango county,
N. Y., are said to spend their time in
watching the road ; and whenever they
see a carriage approaching with a man in
it, tliey ser. e their pails and go lor a lencc.
tSPiT" Doggs has a bottle of schanapps in
his office, and being a careless chap,
(sometimes neglects to lock it up.) ho
labeled the bottle INK. A friend of his
"smoked tho little game" nnd in the same
style of letter prefixed PR during his
absence, and as everybody that eamc in
complied wit tho invitation, Poggs was
out of" lush" when ho came back.
JOT A poor young man once fell in
lovo with an heiress, and the passion
being returned, it only wanted tho par
ents' consent to make them happy. At
length, meeting the father, ho asked for
the daughter's hand. " How much can
you command '" asked the millionaire
grullly. "I cannot command much," was
tho reply. "What arc your expecta
tions?" ' Well, to tell the truth, I expect
to run away with your daughter, and
marry her, if you don't give your coin
" Hallo, did you seo a dog come
by here that looked like ho was a year, or
a year and a half or two years old?" said
ii Yankee to u countryman at tho road
" Yes said the countryman, thinking
himself quizzed, "he passed about an
hour, or hour and a half, or two hours
ago, and is now a milo or a mile and
a half or two miles ahead, and ho had n
tail about un inch and a half or two
That'll do," said the Yankee, "you're
into mo a foot, or u feet and a half, or
JCSjT" An anecdote is told of a distin
guished bald-headed man who was not
very quick at repartee. A lady who was
joking him about tho white bare spot so
much liko the Artie regions, on his poll,
suggested that ho should be sure and at
tend tho Lai d' opera which was soon to
eonio off, and made other remarks quito
as unpleasant to a sensitive man. With
a sigh, and looking directly at her, ho
said : " Jly dear lady, it is much botterjto
bo baro than empty." "Oh, yes" eha
quickly responded, "you are correct;
but how uncomfortable to be both !"