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Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia AdTcrtiscmcnts. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. IIUMOPyOUS IT BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. MILLER & ELDER, Booksellers and Stationers, BLANK HOOK MAN t'FA CTURERS, And Dealers in WINDOW CURTAINS AND WALL IMPISH, No. 430, Market Street, 81 PHILADELPHIA, PA. CHARLES 3IAGARGE & CO., Wholesale Dealers In Paper, X&ng-s, Scc, Nos. 30, 32, and 34, South Sixth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. ff?. Taper any Size, Weight, Color and Quality, made to order, at short notice. luly41 SOWER, BARNES & POTTS, Booksellers & .Stationers, And Dealers in CURTAIN AND wall-papers, Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets, PHILADELPHIA, PA. V. Publishers of Sanders' New Headers, and Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, Robert's History of the Imited States, Eeltou's Outline Maps, &c. BLASK BOOKS Always on hand, and made to Order. 3lt LOCIIJIAX'g Wi-iting- XTluia ! THIS FLUID is warranted EQUAL to Aksold's, and Is sold at niucli less ni-ic.. Tim ni,riJ will be refunded to those buyiuc it. if it does not prove entirely satisfactory. 1 3.Kor safe by F. Mortimer, New Bloomlleld. MILLER Si ELDER, Sole Agents, 430 Market Street, 23031 Philadelphia. Glass and Queensware. A. L. Kaub. j. e. Fretmike. KAUB & FfiYUBE, Importers and Jobbers or China, Glass AND QUEENSWARE, S01 and 303, Cherry St., between Arch & Baco, PHILADELPHIA. EJ" Constantly on hand, Original Assorted Packages. 3, o. ly 10 MISCELLANEOUS. PUMPS! PUMPS ! FOB PUKE WATEK, USE THE CELEBRATED CUCUMBER POll' Made of wild Cucumber wood, cn the L'ood old-fashioned wooden pump, V " "J ""-iiiiici j, nun uiereiore perfect and accurate In all its parts, raising an equal amount of water. .,",. ou"B iusm Uian niiu lll0 money, haslly arranged so as to bo non freezing, and in construction soslm. l;!v lllfl Llli'LI. fliill An. rit m..t it .... . ------ "( uil IXlVi ' ' VI trial in. ',c'""v .-'"T morougn il'l hi " "'-"'"vviuuBeu mo pSBl Best and Cheapest. lrl-l CHAKLESG. liLATCIILEY. F- MTir i ' it Manufactuheb. 3 Office and Ware-room, . , , , Kos- 624 a,ld 6a Filbert Street, I5 6m6 PHILADELPHIA. PA. S-These Pumps can be ordered of the Manu. . , v. . .v...jjivi u. vu. , jvV J310UiIUiei(l ESTEY'S Ootttig-o Organs, "TKEAT INDUCEMENTS offered to Churches vj aim buniiay kciioois. organs and Melodeong lor saie on mommy instalments. E. M. BKUC'K, No. IB North Seventh St., ltttf PHILADELPHIA. DRUCS, MEDICINES AND PAINTS. John Luca3 & Co., Solo and THE ONLY MANUFACTUKEKS or THE IMPERIAL FRENCH, AND PURE SWISS GREEN, Also, Puro Willie 3Lcal and Color MANUFA CTURERS, Nos, 111 and 113 North Fourth St., Philadelphia. SIDDALL & MARKLEY, Wholesale Druggists AND DEALERS IN Patent Medicines, 119 MARKET STREET, NEAR FRONT, Philadelphia, Pa. 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 o3er In ducements to buyers, and makes it worth their while to give us a trial. Philadelphia, 3. 8tf. SATES LABOR ! Saves Time I SAVES ! AIMUGIIT & CO'S Labor-Saving Soap Will be found the best In use. With this Soap washing may be dono with half tho labor required when any other is used, and tho saving in wear to clothes is really astonishing. It will cost only Fif. teen Cents to try It, and after that you will uso no other. ra. For sale by all Grocers, and by F. Mortimer, New Bloomlleld, Pa. 317 Worth its Weight in Gold! rjriHLS 13 what everybody who has used it says of XESJIITirS EIKI3HEXT. For Khoumatlc Pains it will give Instant relief and ellect a permanent cure in a short time. It is also the best remedy iu the World for Cuts, Sprains, Bruises and Burns, and not only giving prompt relief from pain, but heals without leaving any scar. All who have tried it, say no family should be without It, for It is worth its weight in gold. t'B- Try a bottle of it I No cure, No Pay. 317 J For sale by F. Mortimer & Co. PENNSYLVANIA ELASTIC SPONGE CO. No. 1111 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA. ELASTIC SPONCE, A Substitute for Curled Hair, FOB ALL UPUOLSTEBY PUBFOSES. It Is cheaper than feathers or iiaiii, and much superior, being tho lightest softest and most clastic material Known FOB MATTEESSE3. PILLOWS, CABEIAGE, CAB. AND CHAIB CUSHIONS. It Is lndestructablo,f rue from dust, perfectly clean and for the sick is unequaled,as if soiled it iscasily cicauou. , IT DOES NOT PACK And is entirely froe from Moth Persons are requested to examine the Cushion tsponya at ine oytce oj tne company, Feb 8tf J -No. 1111 CHESTNUT STBEET, Uardivare, tCc, LLOYD, SUPPLEE, & WALTON, WHOLESALE HARDWARE HOUSE, No. C25 Market Street, Philadelphia. DRY COODS HOSIERY & NOTIONS John Shallner, Jr. E. 8. Zieglcr. Thco. Humcl SILVFFNEE, ZILGIER & CO., Successors to SIIAFFNEH, ZIEGLER & CO., Importers and Dealers in Hosiery, Gloves, Bibboiis, Suspenders, THEE ADS, COMBS, and every variety of TRIMMINGS AND FANCY GOODS, No. 36, North Fourth Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Agentsfor Lancaster Combs. BAHCHOFT & CO., Importers and Jobbers Of Staple and Fancy DRY - GOODS, Cloths, Cassiuieres, Blankets, Linens, White Goods, Hosiery, &c., Nos. 405 and d07 MARKET STREET, (Above Fourth, North Side,) Philadelphia. Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. F. D. Miller. T. Rickert. C. H. Miller. MILLER, RICKERT & CO., SUCCESSORS TO GRAYBILL & NEWCOMER, Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In HATS, CAPS, EURS, STBAW-GOOSS, &e., No. 349 North Third Street, 2d Floor, PHILADELPHIA. 4 11 ly 10 W. F. K'OIEIiEIt, JOBBER IN Hats, Caps, Furs, AMD & t ! VL W - . 3r O O d S3 153 NORTH 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 G14 Commerco Street, Philadelphia, Penn'a. MISCELLANEOUS. jgltADBURY'S AND OTHER r iaxos. laylor & Parley's and E. P. Needham & Son's OEC-ANS AND 1IEL0DS0NS. WM. O. FISCHER, General tvholcsale Agent, 1018 Arch Street and 21 North Eleventh Street, 3 42 Gin. PHILADELPHIA "The Hed Horsa Powders" ARE T HE BEST TOWDERS In the yorld for HORSES, CATTLE, HOGS, OR POULTRY. and are tho Cheapest, as well as tho best liorse' Powders in use. Trv them, l'nr salhvKt,ir,win,i Thftv wilt nftft nnlunrflvnitf hnf will Pm.A.ltanrtDna DruKKists generally, and by F. Mohtimbh, New lilooiniield. Fa. 33611 WHOLESALE -xvL ftflnnn 1 T If 1 1 E B'f ?t January 1, 1SG9. TOBACCO SECARS &C. WM. H. KENNEDY, ran Hemphill & Cliniicller, DEALERS IN Tobacco, Segars, &c.f No. 222 MARKET STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 3 A full Stock of the Celebrated Monitor Na. VT, always on hand. 1 32 lylo W. B. METCALFE, WITH James llnsscl A Co., Wholesale Dealers is Tobacco and Cigars, No. 11, South Front Street, Philadelphia. 3 Agents for Celebrated Star Navy. 4 221y Thomas Robb. . A. J. McCoseey. ROBB & McCONKEY, Commission Mcrcliaiils, And Wholesale Dealers in LEAF AND MANUFACT URED T08aCC0StSEGAS$t&C No. 13 North Fifth Street, (Between Market and Arch,) PHILADELPHIA, PA. 1041tf A. B. Cunningham. J. H. Lewars. J. S. Gleim. Cunningham, Gleim & Co., Wholesals Dealebs 12) Tobacco, Segars, &c, NO. 4, NORTH FIFTH STREET, PIIIIiADEIil'IIIA. 32310 GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. C. I KNIGHT & BISO'S, Wholesale Dealers in FISH, Cheese AND Provisions, 114 South Delaware Avcnnc, Below Chcstnnt St., PHILADELPHIA, PA. Agents for Collins, Gcddes & Co'9 Canned Fruits. 1041tf S. B. TATI.OR, with WAINWMGHT & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND TEA DEALERS, North East Corner of 2nd and Arch Street?, Philadelphia Pa W. A. ATWOOD. Isaac W.'Kanck. ATWOOD, RANCK & CO., Commission Merchants, AM) Wholesale Dealers In all kinds of Tickled and Salt F I S II , No. 210 North Wharves, above Iiaee Street, 3 40 6m6 PHILADELPHIA, PA. PATTERSON & NEWLIN, Wholesale Grocers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 120 AKCn STREET, rhiladelphia. fcy The salo of Eggs, Seeds, Grain and Wool, a specially. Mir l'leaso send for a Circular. 4 1; tkj A Western editor console J a man who complained that justice had not een aone mm, Dy tho remark that it was very lucky for hiin." SSST" A lover beinR requested bv his weet heart to get a pair of shoes in the city, inquired by note if she wanted them liound or Square load, to which she answered, " Kneithcr but Pecked." TS?f A trarolpr rflntinrr ht nilranin.no - q - vu IU1 l J told tho company that he and his servant iuuu uuy wim liraos run, wmcu, start- nr them, ho nhsnrvpil tVi.it tlinro nrnti nn great merit in that, " for'" said he, " we 1 .1 r . rau, uuu nicy ran alter us. JGsS2 In Nevada a contemDlntivc Diir- jrer Indian sat watching a party of base ball players, who seemed to him to bo working very hard. Turning to one of tiiem, no asked : " How much vou set one day?" JKET A precocious boy in a publio chool out West, who stands hitrh in geography, was recently' asked by his teacner where Alnca was located. lie promptly answered, " all over the United States." Two Quaker cirl3 were ironinsr on tho same table. One asked the other what she would take, the right or left. She answered very promptly, " It will bo right for mo to take tho left, then it will be left for thee to take the right." " Man proposes, but God disposes said a pious aunt to her over-confident niece. "Let a man propose to me if he dare," was the response, " and I will dis pose of him according to my own views as lie suits me. Faith," said Pat, a3he was co- ing along the street with a bag of cheese, "if anybody will tell mo how many cheeses I have in my bag, I'll give him the whole- three." " I guess you have tnree, said a lankee. "Take them," said Pat, " and may the devil maul the soul ov him wat tould yees." IS?" A practical joker in Providence, It. I., the other day engaged and paid five hand-organists to play one hour be- tore the door ot a nervous butcher. They did it, despite tho offer of the butcher to pay them 81 each to go away, and against all his entreaties and threats. Each organ played a different tune, and the combination was Something terrific. 127 The chairman of an Iowa vigilencc committee, who was instructed to duck an obnoxious citizen, thus reported to his constituents : " We took the thief down to the river, made a hole in the ice, and proceeded to duck him : but he slip ped through our hands'and hid under the ice. All our efforts to entice him to come out failed, and he has now retained his advantage some hours." 1ST " Du They." A wager was laid that it was a Yankee peculiarity to ans wer one question by another. To sus tain the assertion a down Easter was in terogated. " I want you," said the bet ter " to give mo a straight forward an swer to a plain question." " I kin do it mister," said the Yankee. " Then why is it New Englandcrs al ways answer a question by asking one ?" " Du they V was Jonathan's reply V JKS0" " Man wants but little here below nor wants that little long," is a libel; man want.s everything ho can see, or here ov, and never is willing to let go of hia grab. Whenever yu find a man who is thoroughly satisfied with what he has got yu will find cither an ideot, or one who haz tried hard to git some more and couldn't do it. The older a man grows, the more wantful he becomes, az hiz hold on life slackens, hiz pinch on a dollar grows grippy. tS3" A lawyer once came into court drunk, when the judge said to him : " Sir, I am sorry to 6oo you in a situa tion which is a disgrace to yourself and family, tho court, and the profession to which you belong." Thi3 reproof elicited the foilowing colloquy : " Did your henor speak to me ?" " I did, sir. I said, sir, that in my opinion, you disgrace yourself and family the court, and the profession, by your courso of conduct." " May i-i-it please your honor, I havt been an attorney in-in-in "this-court for fifteen years; and permit to Bay, your honor, that this is the first Correct opinion I ever knew you to give !"