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THE AOVERTtO,
:rUULJ«a«l, WllKKLV.
MOEBOW |& CRAWFORD,
Ho. 4, Bust Third St. (Up Stair».)
Wii.wixgxon, Dei,.
SATURDAY. JAM. IT, 1880.
All advertisements due after three
lions, except by special contract.
Advents«
number of i
tied until ordered
ratet«.
Enta
arked the
llour* -ieHlred, wit) be ccmtin
t, and obarged at regular
ttha Po»t
Uttar,
Editorial Notes.
One: of the saddest things in na
ture is to see » merry, merry maiden
on a tare.
He gently whispers tôlier, on re
turning from a suspicious absence
.between the acts, that on account
of a cough he has to chew Borne
coffee.
Thb medical attendant of the
PrinceSB Louisa says that "it i« ho"
—and Lome replies : "Yes, I
know.
"a little accident."
The Zulu lady wears her Wedding
ring in her nose. A double purpose
is thus served. It discourages pro
miscuous kissing, and she is in little
danger of losing her ring. She al
ways nose where it is.
The "Commercial Traveler" will
not be presented at this Opera
House next week, as announced,
owing to the retirement from the
troupe of Nelson Decker, who plays
a leading character.
Wk are not obliged to believe
everything we hear. Stanley was
told at Karagwe of a strange peo
ple "who had long ears descending
to their feet—one ear formed a mat
to sleep on, the other served to cover
them from the cold, like a dressed
hide."
Much interest has been shown in
Florence at the discovery of over
Mkwx hundred paintings belonging to
masters ol the sixteenth' centu
j^luid away to rot and perish in
yCovernment buildings. The au
thoritieB intend placing them in the
Bernhardt would call it
innexîitioil U) tlie,l'nitnd
HttM
Stute«. They say. that them can Ixi
no advantageous commercial treu»
tie« without independence, o* pro*,
perity witliout treaties, unie«« bv
annexation. A newspaper i« to be
started favoring a marital union
with this country. Now, all tills
comes of Lome and Louise playing
royalty at Itiiloau House and issu
ing an order that the Canadian
beauties should appear at court
bare-necked and almost bare
I
becked and catch their death in the
frigid climate of Ottawa. Such
here-faced nonsense «has produced
a democratic-republican feeling,
although the Canadians ere ton
too proud to acknowledge the fact.
The little stranger that Louise is to
bring ovor with her from Windsor
Castle with a grandmother's bles
sing, will not soften the indignant
admirers of women who have been
compelled to dance attendance on
bogus royalty half-clad, or be de
nied admission to the presence of the
Campbell and the Guelph. When
the baby comes our Canadian
friends will be still more nettled,
for they will be expected to bow
down and kiss its chubby big toe !
One can fancy some Btalwart Do
minionist shouting the words of
Edmund Burke in the British Par
liament : "I honor, I revere His
Majesty, George III., but, sir, I will
not bow down to his man-servant,
his maid-servant, his ox and his
ass !"
Edison must be light-headed.
A cat's purr is not on her hoel.
How much cold can a bear bear?
It begins to look as though the red
mnn is ''mighty onaartin."
A dealer in crystal optica is simply a
merchant of eyes in glass
An orator expects fair sailing when he
has before him a sea of nptnrned laces.
Philadelphia has the bulge on Chicago
respect. It is named in the
bibb».
BARKER & SMITH
Paint and Glass Store. I
1 —23* SfrityU;y ny W 11 Islington, L lXd. . 1
Ag'le.
Xï TT; H R'S
AM SCHOOL AND STDD,
Boom 16 MASONIC TEMPLE.
Moc.lianicftl
Art iiiMtrueiitin, Fieelmnd
l>r»wftig and Fainting taught.
Mechanical drawing clan* Monday and
Wedneoday evening, from 7.80 to 0 o'clock.
Second Term begins Monday, Janu
ary 5th, 1880.'
Instruction on p»lutius on china I. a feature
touring day.
I oriratts JilitAd In |!11 |itu {(till,
Ail kind» of <|r*wingH, drall« and design*
made Watty purpose. Ret era hy permis
sion to J. Taylor Guuau. Col. II. 8. Me
ConibaU. C. Robin mm, J. R Tantnm, M
I).. and other*, Any one wishing lurther
information, call on nr add re**.
HOMER A HERR*
Room 10 Masonic Temple.
SAMUEL MDBPHEY & SON,
Man ufuct «iron* and Dealer* In
FURNITURE
and Bedding.
Wnrerooms 309 Shipley Street,
Bet w<
Third and Fourth Streets.
The oldest, cheapest and best
place to purchase
Furniture of Every Qual
ity, Beds, Bedding,
&c., in the City.
Large Stock and Low Prices.
WEBB,
No. 304 Market Street,
HAS ON HAND
jf lamvm *■#» CQM&xmra jt*
MOMWFAT OF
Ladies 1 Furs.
ALSO A VARIETY OF
Tn* Tr4«m»i»gs
BY THE YARD.
Fur Caps, Fur Gloves,
and Fur Mufliers
for Gentlemen. Also
Silk & Felt Hats & Caps
IN OR HAT VARIETY.
aar^All arc cordially invited to call and
I Great Bargain
. 1 _ » N
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No. 7 &9 E. Fourth Street
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