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Philadelphia Advertisements.
Philadelphia Advertisements.
Philadelphia Advertisements.
HUMOROUS ITEMS.
Philadelphia Advertisements.
BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS.
MILLER & ELDER,
Booksellers ami Stationers,
PLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
And Dealers In
WINDOW CURTAINS
AND
t WALL FAFEK,
' No. 430, Market Street,
Jl PHILADELPHIA, PA.
CHARLES MAGARGE & CO.,
Wholesale, Dealers In
Paper, JULag-s, &c,
Nos. 30, 32, and 34, South Sixth Street,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Y 3- Paper any Size, Weight, Color and Quality,
I' made to order, at short notice. Iuly4l
SOWEll, BARNES & POTTS,
Booksellers & Stationers.
And Dealers in
CURTAIN
AND
WALLPAPERS,
Nos. 530 Market and S23 Minor Streets,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
3u Publishers of Sanders' New Readers, and
BrooKS1 Arithmetics. Also, Robert's History of
mo viuiuu OLiVLun, rciuiu imiuue luaps, &C.
KLiK BOOKS
Always on hand, and made to Order. 31t
littOIMA'S
"Writing: Xlnia !
rniUS FLUID is warranted KOTTAT. t.n Amm.n'
JL and is sold at iiiucu less price. The money
will be refunded to those buying it, if it does not
VS. For sajp by 1 Mortimer, New Bloomlield,
MILLER & ELDER,
Sole Agents,
430 Market Street,
23031 Philadelphia.
Glasa and Queensware.
A. L. Kaub. J. E. FiiETMiits,
KAVIS & Fit ymii: i:,
Importeks and Jobbehs or
China, 3r lass
AND
QUEEN S WAKE,
801 and 303, Cherry St., between Arch fc Race,
PHILADELPHIA.
SD" Constantly on hand, Original Assorted
racKagcs. 13. u. ly iy
MISCELLANEOUS.
PUMPS J
PUMPS
FOB PUKE WATEK, USE
THE CELEBRATED
CUCUMBEB PUMP
Made nf wild Cuomnber wood, en
the good old-fashioned wooden pump'.
in.iuB uy inaciiiiiery, anu tnorniorc
ill-- perrcctandaceurale In all its parts,
XWy3 raising an equal amount of water,
li
keen it in renair. Afiwr tluirnnnii
lliui i. to ovnuuvvjuuuu nig
Best and Cheapest.
CHARLES G. BLATCHLEY,
Manupactureh.
t..l It la ....l.n.....,...1 1 .... e
Office and Ware-room,
Nos. 624 and 626 Filbert Street,
4 IS 6m6 .PHILADELPHIA, PA.
9-These Pumps can be ordered of theManu
auturvr, or c. aviui wmcr at ., ixvn xiiuuiueiu.
E H T E Y S
Cottage Organs,
-I BEAT INDUCEMENTS offered to Churches
VX and Sunday school, organs and Meloueons
rial on mommy instalments.
K. M. BKUCE,
No. 18 North Seventh St.,
lWltf PHILADELPHIA,
I f nmm'U nd costing less than half the money,
t IvTi?TO?:f1 !'asily alli"leil so as to be non-
I fcifi Vii 4 freezing, and In construction sosnn.
I ff.T I JTJa lle that anv one can nut a tin and
mi
DRUCS, MEDICINES AND PAINTS.
ohn Lucas & Co.,
Sole and
THIS ONLY
MANUFACTUEEKS
OF TUB
IMPERIAL FRENCH,
AND
PURE SWISS GREEN,
Also, Pure
White I.eal and Color
MANUFA CTURERS,
Nos, 141 and 143 North Fourth St.,
Philadelphia.
SIDDALL & MARKLEY,
Wholesale Druggists
AND DEALERS IN
Patent Medicines,
119 MARKET STREET, NEAR FRONT,
Philadelphia, Pa.
A FULL STOCK of everthing connected with
the business, of the best quality, and at very
low prices. A good location for business, with a
ow rent and light expenses, enables us to offer in
ducemcnts to buyers, and makes It worth their
while to give us a trial.
Philadelphia, 3. Stf.
SAVES LiABOB !
Saves Time !
SAVES MONEY!
-yy-AINBIGHT & CO'3
Labor-Saving Soap
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
other.
8uFor sale by all Grocers, and by F. Mortimer,
New Bloomlield, ra. 317
Worth its Weight in Gold!
rjlIIIS Is what everybody who has used It says of
For Hheumatic Pains it will cive instant relief
anu cuecia permanent cure in a snort time.
It is also the best reinedv in the World for Cuts.
Sprains, Bruises and Burns, and not onlv irivimr
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
num.
B3- i ry a Dome or hi ino cure, jno l'ay. 317
ttS- For sale at F. Mortimer's.
PENNSYLVANIA ELASTIC SPONGE CO.
No. 1111 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA.
ELASTIC SPONGE,
A Substitute for Curled Hair,
FOR ALL UPHOLSTERY PURPOSES.
It is cheaper than feathkus or HAiit, and much
superior, being the lightest sol lest and must elastic
maieriai Known
FOR MATTRESSES. TILLOWS, CARRIAGE,
CAR. AND CHATH CUSHIONS.
It la Indestruetable.f ree from dust, nerfec.tlv clean
and fur the sick Is uuequaled, as if suiled it is easily
uictiueu.
IT DOES NOT PACK
And is entirely free from Moth
Persons are requested to examine tlie Cushion
Sponge at the ojjice of the comiiany,
Fob 8tf -No. 1111 CHESTNUT STREET,
Hardware, Cc.
LLOYD, SLTPLEE, & AV ALTON,
. WHOLESALE
HARDWARE HOUSE,
Ho. 625 Market Street,,
Philadelphia.
DRY COODS HOSIERY. NOTIONS
John Shaltner, Jr. E. 8. Ziegler. Theo. Bumel
SHAFFNER, ZIEGLER & CO.,
Successors to
SUAFFNEK, ZIEGLEB & CO.,
Importers and Dealers In
Hosiery,
Gloves,
Ribbons,
Suspenders,
THREADS, COMBS,
and every variety ot
TRIMMINGS
AND
FANCY GOODS,
No. 36, North Fourth Street,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Agents for Lancaster Combs.
BARCROFT & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers
Of Staple and Fancy
DRY - GOODS,
Cloths,
Cassimeres,
Blankets,
Linens, White Goods, Hosiery, &c,
Nos. 405 and 407 MAltKET STREET,
(Above Fourth, North Side,)
Fhiladclphia.
JSoots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
F. D. Miller.
T. Rlckert.
C. H. Miller.
MILLER, RICKERT & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO
GKAYBILL Ss NEWCOMER,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
HATS, CAPS, EURS,
STKAW-GOOBS, &c.,
No. 319 North Third Street, 2d Floor,
PHILADELPHIA.
4 11 ly 10
W. F. KOIILER,
JOBBEH IN
Hats, Caps, Furs,
AMD
Stra "w - G-oods,
153 NORTEL THIRD STREET,
3 9 ly 10 PHILADELPHIA.
W. W. Paul.
D.J. Hoar.
H. L. Hood.
A. Trimble.
WM. W. PAUL & CO.
WHOLESALE
BOOT AND SHOE
WAREHOUSE,
C23 Market St. and 614 Commerce Street,
Philadelphia, Penn'a.
MISCELLANEOUS.
JJjRADBURY'S AND OTHER
PI A1V OS.
laylor 6 ihrlei's and E. P. Needham t Son's
033ANS AND MELODEONS.
WM. O. FISCHER,
General Wiolesale Agent,
1018 Arch Street and 21 North Eleventh Street,
3 43 6m. PHILADELPHIA
"Tha Red Horsa Powders"
ARE
rjIUE BEST roWDERS In the World for
HORSES,
CATTLE,
HOGS,
OR POULTRY.
Thev will not onlvDrevent.butwIllCuredlHpases.
and are the Cheapest, as well as the best Horse
Powders in use. Try them. For sale by Stores and
DruRi-lsts generally, and by F. Moutimeu, New
Bloomlield; Pa. 335tl
TOBACCO SECARS AC.
W. B. METCALFE,
WITII
MITCHELL & WARE,
Tobacco and Ci 2'arS.
Philadelphia.
S- Agents for Celebrated Star Navy.) 4 221y
TnoMAs Romb. A. J. McCoiskey.
ROBB & McCONKEY,
Commission Merchants,
And Wholesale Dealers in
f rttJ ft ffrtO 0t?fftf5O -trf
4 VVUVVWWt Vi.WjiitUt
Sso. 16 JNorth lilth Street,
lueiwccn MarKei anu Arcn.j
I
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
1041tf
a. u. unnmgnnm. 11. iewars. i.o.uicim.
UUnmngnam, (jlGim i UO.,
Wholesale Dealers ik
XOUaCCO, SCirarS, OC,
NO. 4, NORTH FIFTH STREET,
FIIIL.AI1?LF1IIA.
82310
CROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
. F. KlYItiUT & IlllO'S,
Wholesale Dealers in
FISH,
Cheese
AND
J?iovisioiis,
114 South Delaware Avenne,
Below Chestnnt St.,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Agents for
Collins, (Jeddcs & Go's Canned Fruits.
mm
S. It. TAYLOR,
WITH
WAINWRIGHT & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
TEA DEALERS,
North East Corner of 2nd and Arch Street?,
Philadelphia Pa
W. A. Atwoou. Isaac W. Ranck.
ATWOOD, KANCK & CO.,
Commission Merchants,
Wholesale Dealers In all kinds of Pickled nd Sal
FISH,
No. 210 North Wharves, above Race Street,
3 40 6m6 PHILADELPHIA, PA.
PATTERSON & NEWLIN,
Wholesale CSroccrs,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 120 ARCH STREET.
'
j. nuuuetpnia.
MT TVl Qa1 Vrrrra Gna.la nnln nA TUI
aHpftCiUlty.
v auiw v "bA'l IVbUa. UIUIM MIIU TV WJl,
x-iease sena lor a circular. 4 138
WUni rCAl r C
WHOLESALE
aSIP nnnrmnfi
finflflnnfl
UnUU.nD
T.n... 1 1QAO
Why is a lawyer like a sawyer?
Because which ever way he moves, down
must come the dust.
US" A war on hearing that a man had
Riven up chimney sweeping, expressed
his surprise, as be thought the business
sooted him.
JT" " You say," said a judge to a wit-
In ess, mat vne piuiuuu reaunuu to uu
inircuous use of circumstantial evidence.
,1? ?u Tm1 by
that." " Well." said the witness " My ex-
act mean;n(, ;a that ha lied."
HQf A singular genius dictating his
will said, " I bequeath to my brother
John, Twelve Thousand dollars." ' Why'
said the lawyer, " you are not worth half
that" " No matter for that, it is my will
that he shall have that much, and he
may work get it if he has a mind to".
marvelous eseapo irom crowning, when
twelve ot his companions were lost Dy
the upsetting of a boat, and he alone
saved. " And how did you escape their
fater" asked one.
I did not go m te pote, quietly re-
i j tllfi T)utfihmaii.
I In a recent description of Albany
the writer says, " Albany is a city of ten
thousand houses, and thirty thousand
pe0ple most of them with their gable
ends to the street. (Jan t those people
be turned around r
bot- A little four-vear-old child told
l,o mna . A,l On Koinrr Ton.
nmandedby his mother, and required
ca y us v u dwi it aav vuuuivu ij
the insulted parent and exclaimed, " Pupa
I m sorry you se a fool.
. B " Plaze, sir, would yez be so oblig
ing as to take me great coat, hers, to Bos
ton wid yei t asked rat ot a wagoner.
" Yes ; but how will you get it again f
"Och, that's mighty aisy, so it is: for
shure I'll remaine inside uv it."
J" Two friends meeting, one remar
ked ,-
" I have just seen a man who told me
I looked exactly like you.
" leu me who it was, that 1 may knock
him down, replied his friend.
" Don t trouble yourselt, said the
other, " ior 1 did that mysclt at onoe.
J" The only prisoner in the jail at
Nantucket informs the authorities that if
they don't fix up the jail so the sheep
can t get in to bother him, he will be
blowed if he will stay in there. 1 he
prisoner is in the right, and his request
should be heeded.
JO- Said a cute Irishman to the tele-
anybody lor the address in a message;
" JNo. replied the operator. ' And do
ye charge lor signing his name, sir (
said the customer. " JNo, sir. "WeU,
then, will ye please send this r I just
wau't my brother to know I am here,"
handing the following:" To John McFlinn
-,at New York. signed rat-
rick McFlinn." It was sent as a tribute
to Patrick's shrewdness.
Jt" A man in Michigan swapped his
hrse fr a An old bachelor ac-
uuuiuiaiiuc duiu lie u ucv tucio naa
something wrong with the horse, or its
owner would never have fooled it away
that manner.
B8f The last year that Davy Crocket
was in Congress, a political jollification
was held professedly in honor of the
birthday of Jefferson. Davy met several
of the company going home irom the
festival, and thus graphically described
their condition : ' They were so drunk,
that I'll be if either of them coutd
hit the ground with his hat in three times
throwing:
HQS' The following bon mot was started
out West. A busy housewife was sit
ting in a doorway plying her needle.
Her husband lounging on the rail, his
l00t fil,PPed and tl8 "06 On the
I J L
I uuuraiuue.
oh -d hf. Lnanin t have
I . . . D'
I VlV&CU VUg UVUCj X UIU buic.
I l.HnlrAn I A ItAnA 1 n ....
(t Wall fKon mA
1 "cuiu, nnu no eye uroKeu ouii - you
i ji :.. i i i. ii
J
tai
and I have done very nearly the same
aing.
" How so ?"
' W Y XT ilnti vn baa " nwl cTia it T
have broken the eye of the needleuian,
and yo
and you have broken the knee of the idlo
I rnon

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