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Philadelphia Advertisements.
Philadelphia Advertisements.
Philadelphia Advertisements.
Philadelphia Advertisements.
HUMOROUS ITEMS.
BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS.
MILLER & ELDER,
Kooksellcr.s and Stationers,
11LANK HOOK MANUFACTURERS,
And Dealers In
WINDOW CURTAINS
AND
WALL 1ABKH,
No. 430, Market Street,
31 PHILADELPHIA, PA.
CHARLES MAGARGE & CO.,
Wliolcsalo Dealers In
P:iper, JLsig-s, &c.,
Nos. 30, 32, ami 34, South Sixth Street,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
3- Paper any Size, Weight, Colo)' and Quality,
made to order, at short notice, loly-li
SOWER, BARNES & POTTS,
ISoofcsclIci'S fe Stationers,
And Dealers in
CURTAIN
AND
WALL-PAPERS,
Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
A3, Publishers or Sanders' New Headers, and
lirouks' Arithmetics. Also, Hubert's History of
the United States, Fulton's Outline Maps, &c.
". BliAIVK BOOKS
Always on hand, and made to Order. 3t
ILOOOIAtf'S
"WVitikisr 11 ul cl f
THIS FLUID is warranted F.QUAL to Arnold's,
and is sold at much less price. The money
will he refunded to those buying It, if it does not
prove entirely satisfactory.
K3-Fur sale by F. Mortimer, New Bloomlleld.
MILLER & ELDER,
Sole Agents,
430 Market Street,
23031 Philadelphia.
Glass and Qneensivare.
A. L. Kaub J. E. FltEYMIUE.
. KAUB & FKIMIHE,
Importers and Jobbers op
C li i n st, , O- 1 ax t-
AND
QUEEN SAYA11E,
301 and 303, Cherry St., between Arch & Race,
PIIILADELmiA.
ID" Constantly ou band, Original Assorted
Packages. IJ. V. ly 1U
MISCELLANEOUS.
PUMPS ! PUMPS !
FOR TUltE WATER, USE
THE CELEBRATED
CUCUJIBEB OTJ9I1
Made of wild Cucumber wood, en
tirely taawlexx, ilurmiw ana rellalile;
tlie l'imiiI old-fashioned wooden liiimii.
made by machinery, and tlierefore
fnw J""i n.v.t Hint mv.ui uta 1 11 m, i m i.t,
raising an equal amount of water.
ff-t and costing less than halt the money.
J'.asny arranged so as to oo non
! 1 7 In pie that any one can put it up and
f a keen it in reimir. After thorough
.At ireezinu. ami in construeiion so sun
n. . I Tr n it la m'u iiiiwi.iiiiriiii i n
Best and Cheapest.
CIIAKLES G. BLATCHLKY,
Kl MAMUFACTL'KER.
Office and Ware-room,
Nos. 624 and 626 Filbert Street,
4 15 011161 PHILADELPHIA, PA.
JT These Pumps can be ordered of the Manu
facturer, or if. Mortimer uo., new luooinnciu.
Hardware, fr.
LLOYD, KUPPLEE, & WALTON,
WHOLES ALB
HARDWARE HOUSE
" No. 625 Market Street, . , . ,
Philadelphia.
J
TO
mm
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND PAINTS.
Jolin Lucas & Co..
Solo and Slll
,
THE ONLY
MANUFACTURERS
OP TUB
IMPERIAL FRENCH,
AND
PURE SWISS GREEN,
Also, Puro
While lit'ud nisd Color
MAFUFA GTURERS,
Nos, 111 and 113 North Fourth St.,
Philadelphia.
Vi RIGHT & SIDDALL, '
Wholesale Druggists
AND DEALEllS IN
Patent Medicines,
110 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
ducements to buyers, and makes it worth their
while to give us a trial.
Philadelphia, 3. Stf.
SAVES I.AISOK !
Saves Time !
SAVES MOIEY !
-yyAINKIGHT & CO'3
Labor-Saving Soap
Will be found the best In use. With this Soap
washing may be done with half the labor required
when any othor Is used, and tlio 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.
tO For sale by all Grocers, and by F. Mortimer,
New Bloomlleld, Pa. 317
Worth its Weight in Gold!
rpiIIS is what everybody who has used It says of
XES3IITIFS IilSTIBIEXT.
For Rheumatic Pains it will give Instant relief
ani eneeta permanent cure in a snort tune.
It is also the best remedy in the World for Cuts.
Snrains. Bruises and Burns, and not only orlvinir
prompt relief from pain, but heals without leaving
any sear, an who nave incu. it, say no pa.milv
should be without it, for it is worth its weight in
gold.
Try a bottle of it ! No cure, No Pay. 317
OS- rur saio uy v. Mortimor & uo.
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
CJRAYlSIfili & CO., .
Wholesale Dealers In
Carpets,
Oil Cloths,
Shades,
Brooms,
Carpet Chain,
Batting, Wadding, Twines, &c,
And a lino assortment of
Wood and Willow Ware,
No. 313, North Third Street,
Philadelphia, Pa.
January 1, 1869.
W. H. Pipkb. W. A. OKBI80N.
W. II. PIl'Elt Sc. CO., ,
MANUFACTUItEKS OF
Trunks, Valises, Travelling Bags,
UMBRELLAS,. &C, ,
No. 40 North Fourth Street,
(In Merchants' Hotel Building)
PHILADELPHIA .
. ROLID SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS A SPE-
CIALXlf. 4181yl0
DRY GOODS HOSIERY & NOTIONS
John Shaffner, Jr. E. S. Zleglcr. Thco. Ktnnel
S1IAFFNER, ZIEGLER & CO.,
Successors to
SHAFFNEU, ZIEGLKlt & CO.,
Importers and Dealers In
Hosiery,
Gloves,
Itibuons,
8u.spciilcrs,
TUBE AD S, CO M B S,
and every variety of
TRIMMINGS
AND
FANCY GOODS,
No. 30, North Fourth Street,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Agents for Lancaster Combs.
BARCROET & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers
Of Staple and Fancy
DRY - GOODS,
Cloths,
Cassimcres,
Blankets,
Linetia, White Goods, Hosier', &c.,
Nos. 405 and 107 MAltKET STIIEET,
(Above Fourth, North Side,)
iBliiIadcliIiiu.
lioots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
F. D. Miller. T. KIckert. C. II. Miller.
MILLER, ItlCKERT & CO.,
Sl'CCESSOKS TO
GllAYMLL & NEWCOMElt,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
II ATS, CAPS, FUKS,
STRAW-GOODS, &c.,
Ho. 349 ITorth Third Street, 2d Floor,
PHILADELPHIA.
4 11 ly 10
JOBBER IN
Hats, Caps, Furs,
AND
Str it, W - Gr O Oil 3
153 NORTH THIRD STREET,
3 0 ly 10 PHILADELPHIA.
W. W. Paul.
II. L. Hood.
A. Trimble.
D. J. Hoar.
WM.
W. PAUL & CO.
WHOLESALE
BOOT AND SHOE
WAREHOUSE,
C23 Market St. and 014 Commerce Street,
Philadelphia, Penn'a.
MISCELLANEOUS.
JItADBURY'S AND OTHER
laylor & Farley's and E. P. Necdham it Son's
0E&ANS AND MELOLEOXTS.
WM. O. FISCHER, .
General Wiolesate Apent,
1018 Arcli Street and 21 North Eleventh Street,
3 42 Oin. PHILA DELPHI A
G. W. IIVSSELL,
No. 22 North Sixth Street, opposite Commerce,
PHILADELPHIA,
Importer and Dealer in
FINE WATCHES,
French and American Clocks,
GOLD JEWELRY
AND
silver-ware;.
B- Particular attention paid to Fine Watch
uuu iiocK itepairiUK.
Aficnt for STEVENS' PATENT TURRET
CLOCK, the best and cheapest Turret Clock in the
United States.
Inquiries by mail for Information reRardlne
Clocks or Watches will be cheerfully answered.
j iiimueipiiut, .iiuiy - -
WHOLESALE
I-
Jaauarr 1, 1869.
TOBACCO SECARS &C.
WM. H. KENNEDY,
WITH
Hemphill .V ('handler,
PKALE118 IN
Tobacco, Scyars, &c,
No. 222 MAltKET STREET,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
3- A full Slock of the Vlnlinitpd Monitor Na.
vy, always on hand. 4 32 lylo
W. B. METCALFE,
WITH
James liusscl & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers in
Tobacco and Cigars,
No. 11, South Front Street,
Philadelphia.
S Agents for Celebrated Star Navy. 4 221y
Thomas Robb. A. J. McConkey.
ROBB & McCONKEY,
Commission 33ereliants,
And Wholesale Dealers in
LEAF AND MANUFACT UREI
TOBACCOS, 8EGARS, &Ct
No. 13 North Fifth Street,
(Between Market and Arch,)
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
1041K
A. B. Cuiiuinghnm. J. II. Lewars. J. S. Glcim.
Cunningham, Gleim&Co.,
Wholesale Dealeks in
Tobacco, Segars, &c,
NO. 4, NORTH FIFTH STREET,
PJ!II,AEKI,PIIIA.
S2310
CROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
C. 1 MEfIIST & ISKO'S.
AVholesalo Dealers in
FISH,
Chocso
AND
IJrovisioiis,
114 South Delaware Avenne,
Below Chestnnt St.,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Agents for
Collins, tieddes & Co's Cnnned Fruits.
IMItt
S. It. TAYLOR,
WITH
WAINWRIGHT & CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
TEA DEALERS,
North East Corner of 2nd and Arch Street?,
Philadelphia Pa
w. a. atwcod.
Isaac W. Uanck.
ATWOOD, RANCK & CO.,
Commission Merchants,
AND
Wholesalo Dealers in all kinds of Pickled and Salt
FISH,
No. 210 North Wharves, above Race Street,
8 40 6m PHILADELPHIA, PA.
PATTERSON & NEWLIN,
Wliolcsalo Grocers,
AND t
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 120 ARCH STREET,
t Philadelphia.
f The sale of Eggs, Seeds, Grain and Wool,
a specialty.
utivy.
Please send for a Clrcnlar. 4 13S
JK Some one speaking of a ladjwith a
rctrouso nose said ' that when noses wero
distributed, Bhc being easy to please, took
the first one that turned v'
A clergyman who had united in
marriage a couple whose Christian names
were Denjamin and Annie, on beiDg
asked by a mutual friend how they ap
peared during the ceremony replied that
they appeared jiuc-niated and icne-fitted.
BS?" " Professor," said a student in
pursuit of knowledge concerning the hab
its of animals, " why does a cat, while
eating, turn her head first one way and
then the other V " For the reason," re
plied the Professor, " that she cannot
turn it both ways at once."
H" When a steady, well-behaved
young man is seen shaking hands with a
pump, and bidding it an affectionate good
night, or saying, "Poor old Corbison
llobscrew :" there may be faint apprehen
sion that he has been
thing."
" taking sonie-
' There is two ways of doing it,'
said Pat to himself as he stood musing
and waiting for a job on the street
corner. 'If I save $1000 I mustjay up
$200 a year for twenty years, or I can put
away $20 a year for two hundred years.
Now which way will I do it?'
JESSf An inebriate fell down a flight of
stairs the other night, and a passer-by
fearing him seriously injured ran to pick
him up. But the man maiesticallv stag
gered to his feet, and in response to the
proffered aid roared out, " Icou jes let me
'lone. Want no slobberin' around me.
I alius come down stairs that way."
J5t3T" A few days since an organ grind
er, accompanied by a monkey, was grind
ing in Essex ; a little boy of four years
presented Mr. Monkey with a penny,
accompanied with the following brief and
appropriate speech : " Monkey, take it
and gib it to your fader." Tho monkey
bowed his thanks, but made no reply.
Hgff I cannot conceive,- what's the
matter with my watch ; I think it must
want cleaning " was tho exclamation of
an indulgent husband to his better half
tho other day.
" No, pa," said his petted little daugh
ter, " I know it don't want cleaning, be
cause bnby aud I washed it in tho basin,
ever so long, this morning."
Q? Recently a thief, of the Mawworm
typo, said to a judge quite confidingly :
" Please your honor I committed the
theft in a weak moment; quite, indeed
against my own will, your honor." " Oh
very well," said the judge, " it is only
right that you should have no cause for
complaint. The offence will be met in
proper spirit. As -you committed the
act against your own will, you will be
punished against your own will."
BQ?" Confab between inquiring stran
ger and a steamboat pilot. : " That is
Black mountains?" "Yes sir: highest
mountain about Lake George." " Any
story or legend ponnected with that
mountain ?" " Lots of 'em. Two lovers
went up in that mountain and never came
back again." " Indeed why : what be
came of them ?, "Went down on the
other side."
flgg- A couple of young ladies fresh
from a Philadelphia boarding school,
spied on the roadside beyond Laurel
Hill, an old milestone inscribed thus : '
"1 M. FROM MANAYUNK."
" Oh ! sister, dear," exclaimed the el
der, "do look at the epitaph, isn't it beau
tiful ? So simple and yet so touching-
"I'm from Manayunk."
JBST A Baptist and Congregationalist
minister wero riding together one day,
when there was strong manifestations of
of a coming shower. The former sug
gested to the latter, who was driving,
that he had better quicken the speed of
the horse. Tho Congregationalist re
plied, " Why brother? are you afraid of
water V
" Oh, no," said tho Baptist, " I am not
afraid of water j it's the sprinkling I wish
to avoid."
B- A dyspeptic at Troy read that by
sending a dollar to a man in New York
be would receive a cure for dyspepsia.
He sent the money, and reooived a slip
with the following printed on it : " Stop
drinking, and hoe in the garden." He
got mad at first, then laughed, and finally
went to hoeing, and stopped drinking,
and is now as well as ever. ; Other dys
peptics can try this cure by sending un
fifty cents, which is dog cheap, the way
things are selling these times. '

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