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BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS.
MILLER & ELDER,
Rooksellcrs and Stationers,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
And Dealers In
'"' AND , ;
No. 430, Market Street,
31 PHILADELPHIA, PA.
CHARLES MAGARGE & CO.,
Wholesale Dealer! In
Paper, Hags, &c,
Nos. 30, 32, nnd 34, South Sixth Street,
- Paper any Size, Weight, Color and Quality,
made to order, at short notice. lOly ll
SOWER, BARNES & POTTS,
Booksellers & Stationers,
And Dealers in
Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets,
S- Publishers of Sanders' New Renders, and
Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, Kobert's History of
the United States, Feltou's Uutline Maps, &c.
IS I. AX It BOOKS
Always on hand, and made to Order. 31t
Writing: Fluid !
THIS FLUID is warranted EQUAL to Arnold's,
and is sold at much less price. The money
will be refunded to those buying it, if It does not
prove entirely satisfactory.
3. For safe by F. Mortimer, New Bloomlleld.
MILLER & ELDER,
430 Market Street,
Glass and Queensivare,
A. L. KAUB J. E. FnBYMIRE.
KAUR & FRYMIRE,
Importbrs and Jobbers of
C ll i 11 11 , 3r 1 H 8 8
301 and 303, Cherry St., between Arch & Race,
ID" Constantly on hand, Original Assorted
Packages. 3. 9. ly 10
FOR PUKE WATEK, USE
Made of wild Cucumber wood, en
tirely trMti'lcs, rfiiraMe and reliable ;
the good old-fashioned wooden pump,
made by machinery, and therefore
pcneci anu accurate in all us parts,
raisinn an emial amoint of water.
n nd costing less than luilf the money.
i.iinny uiiiillKeu ml as UJ im IIOII'
freezliiii. and In construction hokiiii.
pie that any one can put Hup awl
Ktirji a ?n TCjtatr. Aircr norougn
UIU1 Ik IN UUKUUWieUgCU uio
Best and Cheapest.
CHAJII.ES G. BLATCHLEY,
Olllco and Ware-room,
Nos. 024 and 6a Filbert Street,
4 15 6m01 .PHILADELPHIA, PA.
These I'umns can be ordered of the Mann.
facturer, or V. Mortimer & Co., New Bloomlleld.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS offered to Churches
and Sunday Schools. Organs and Mclodeons
frsaluon monthly instalments.
E. M. nitUCK,
No. 18 North Hoventh St.,
DRUCS, MEDICINES AND PAINTS.
John Lucas & Co.,
' THE ONLY
. MANUFACTURERS v 1
PURE SWISS GREEN,
White Ind and Color
Nos, 141 and 143 North Fourth St., .
SIDDALL & MARKLEY,
AMD DEALERS 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
ow rent and light expenses, enables us to offer In
ducements to buyers, and makes It worth their
while to give us a trial.
Philadelphia, 3. 8tf.
SAVES LABOR !
Saves Time !
SAVES MONE1 !
-yyAINKIGHT & CO'S
Will be found the best In use. With this Soap
washlmr may be done with half the inhnr ronntri
when any other Is used, and the saving in wear to
ciomes is reany astonishing. It will cost only Fif
teen Cents to try It, nnd after that you will use no
SFor sale by all Grocers, and by F. Mortimer,
New BloomUeld, Pa. 317
Worth its Weight in Gold!
rpHIS Is what everybody who has used it says of
For Rheumatic Pains It will give Instant relief
anu cimui, ugiiubiicul vuro iu H snort Kline.
It. Iu ala.i tliu Iwiut cikiitiwt.r I.. krn,.i .
Sprains, Bruises and Burns, and not only giving
prompt relief from pain, but heals without leaving
ujr Hour, jyii whu nave ineo u, say no family
should be without it, for It is worth its weight In
Try 4 bottle of it ! No cure, No Pay. 317
B- For sale by F. Mortimer & Co.
PENNSYLVANIA ELASTIC SPONGE 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, being the lightest softest and most elastic
FOR MATTRESSES. TILLOWS, CARRIAGE,
CAR, AND CHAIR CUSHIONS.
It Is Indestructable.f ree from dust, perfectly clean
and for the sick is uuecmaled, as if soiled It iseasily
IT DOES NOT PACK
And is entirely free from Moth
Persons are requested to examine the Cushion
Bixmye at the ojfflce of the comiiany,
Feb 8tf J -No. 1111 CHESTNUT STREET,
LLOYD, SUPPLEE, & IV ALTON,
No. 025 Market Street,
DRY COODS HOSIERY NOTIONS
John Shaffner, Jr. E. & Zlegler. Theo. Rumel
SIIAFFNER, ZIEGLER & CO.,
Successors to . ,
SHAFFNElt, ZIEGLER & CO.,
Importers and Dealers In
and every variety of
No. 30, North Fourth Street,
Agent for Lancaster Combs.
BARCROFT & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers
Of Staple and Fancy
DRY - GOODS,
Linens, White Goods, Hosiery, &c,
Nos. 405 and 407 MARKET STREET,
(Above Fourth, North Side,)
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
V. D. Miller.
C. IL Miller.
MILLER, RICKERT & CO.,
GRAYBILL J!t NEWCOMER,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
No. 349 North Third Street, 2d Floor,
4 11 lylO
W. F. KOIILER,
Hats, Caps, Furs,
Straw - Gr oods
153 NORTH THIRD STREET,
3 9 ly 10 PHILADELPHIA.
W. W. Paul.
D. J. Hoar.
H. L. Hood.
WM. W. PAUL & CO.
BOOT AND SHOE
C23 Market St. and 614 Commerce Street,
JJRADBURY'S AND OTHER
1 I A V O S .
jaylor A fbi-ley's and E. P. Neetlham & Son's
ORGANS AND MELODEONS.
WM. O. FISCHER,
tleneral Wholesale Agent,
1018 Arch Street and 21 North Eleventh Street,
3 42 6m. PHILADELPHIA
"The Red Horse Powders"
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
Powders In use. Try them. For sale by Stores and
Druggists generally, and by F. Mortimer, New
Blooinlleld, Pa. Siitf
January 1, 1809.
TOBACCO 8ECARS AC.
WM. H. KENNEDY,
Hemphill & Chandler,
' DEALERS IN ' -
Tobacco, Scgars, &c,
No, 222 MARKET STREET, '
y A full Stock of the Celebrated Monitor Ni.
vy, always on hand. 4 32 lylO
W. D. METCALFE,
James Ittissel fc Co.,
Wholesale Dealers in
Tobacco and Cigars,
No. 11, South Front Street,
S" Agents for Celebrated Star Navy. 4 221y
Tiiomas Robd. A. J. McConket.
ROBB & McCONKEY,
And Wholesale Dealers in
LEAF AND MANUFACTURED
TOBACCOS, SCGARS, &C
No. 13 North Fifth Street,
(Between Market and Arch,)
A. B. Cunningham. J. H. Lewais. J. S.Glelm
Cunningham, Gleim & Co.,
"Wholesale Dealers in
Tobacco, Segars, &c,
NO. 4, NORTH FIFTH STREET,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
C. P. . KXICHT & RRO'S,
Wholesale Dealers in
114 South Delaware Avenne,
Below Chestnut St.,
Collins, tieddes & Co's Canned Fruits.
S. R. TAYLOR,
WAINWRIGHT & CO.
North East Corner of 2nd and Arch Street?,
W. A. Atwood.
Isaac W. Ranck.
ATWOOD, RANCK & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers In all kinds of Pickled and Salt
No. 210 North Wharves, above Race Street,
S40 6ina PHILADELPHIA, PA.
PATTERSON & NEWLIN,
COMMISSION M E It CHANTS
No. 120 ARCH STREET,
- The sale of Eggs, Seeds, Grain and Wool
r riease send for a Circular. 4 13$
It turns out that tho woman who
hasn't spoken to her hubband for twenty
years, had never ono to ppeak to.
8a5" A man in town took a drink from
bottle of mucilaeo the other day. He
says ho has felt " stuck-up" ever since.
&5 Y by ia an insurance policy a very
queer thing t Because if I can't sell it
cancel it, and it 1 cancel it, I can t
Kay Miss Prim, of doubted ace, says
she ia a fort that will never surrender.
We nro afraid that she is a fort too well
16 A wncr of an editor out West, an
nounces that one of the Siamese twins
haa arrived in towu accompanied by his
1ST" A corresDondcnt ("unmarried! sug
gests that Solomon's wisdom was duo to
the fact that he had seven hundred wives.
whom he consulted on all occasions.
JBSy"A New Haven editor recently
wrote an elaborate article about his " Al
ma Mater," but was astonished to find
it appear in the paper as " alum water."
ISF A robber, who was seized for
stealing snuft' out of a tobacconist's sIiod.
by way of excusing himself, exclaimed
tnat ne was not aware ot any law that
forbade a man to take snuffl
J A ruralist at Newport, seeing a
lady driving and her groom with folded
arms behind, thought, " that nigger must
iay that nice-looking girl a pile to drive
lis carriage for him."
JB The fellow who was told that the
best cure for palpitation of the heart was
to stop hugging and kissing the girls,
said : " If that is the only remedy that
can be proposed, I say let 'cr palpitate."
Jt A wag some time ago advertised
a carriage to perform without horses, with
one wheel, and invited all curious me
chanics to see it. Many members of the
society of arts attended, and in their ar
dor ot expectation were shown a wheel
JJAn Indiana girl warns Yankeo
girls, through a Boston paper, not to go
out there with the expectation of getting
husbands, as there are not enough to go
around. It they do go and succeed in
gobbling up any Hoosiers, they had bet
ter take along an extra wig.
" I suppose you intend going to
housekeeping soon," said a young lady
to a newiy-marnea oriae. " i es, l ex
pect to." " Have a girl I suppose V
" Well," she replied blushingly, " I do
not know yet, whether it will bo a girl or
tir The New Haven Police Court re
cently tried to settle the novel question,
how much a man ought to bo fined for
choking a colored woman till she was
" black in the face," but finally gave up
the conundrum, and discharged the of
fender on payment of costs.
A German baker of New-Boehell
got on the lightning train, which didn't
stop at his place, and jumped off while
the train was on the fly, in the air. The
undertaker said it was a moral inipossi
billity to make a handsome corpse of himr
as he seemed to spread around so.
Pap," observed a young urchin,,
of tender years, to his fond parent, -"
does the Lord know every thin ?"
" Yes, my son," replied the hopeful "pa
rent, " but why do you ask ?" ' Because
our preacher, when he prays, 'is so long
telling him of everything, I thought he
was not posted 1" The parent reflected.
f&S A dignified and consequential ofl
cer of the marine corps, Captain Brown,
was passing up Fulton street, when he
was accosted by a brother officer, who,
touching him familiarly on the shoulder,
said : " Well, Broom, how are you ?"
"Excuse me," was the haughty reply, "I
wish you would remember that there is
a handle to my liamo !" " O, yes cer
tainly. " How are you broom-handle !"
BST One of the editors of the Lewis
burg Chronicle, soon after ho went to
tho printing business, and became enti
tled to the usual fiendish appellation, Pri n
tcr's Devil assigned to tho youngest ap
prentice, went to see a prenchor's daugh
ter. Tho next time he went to meeting
ho was considerably astonished at hear
ing tho minister announce his text, " My
daughter is grievously tormented with a