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Phil ad cl pli i a Ad ve riiscm en ts.
ljc imcs) Hctu Bloomftdu, )a.
BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS.
MILLER & ELDER,
ISoolou'llcr and &l;tti oners,
BLASK JJOOIC MA XVFACTURIUIS,
And Dealers in
No. 4;i0, Market Street,
81 PHILADELPHIA, PA.
CilAllLLS MAUAUUE & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers In
Jh. ."0, and 31, South Sixth .street,
Tt'J, Paper any Size, Yv'ei'-hi, Color and Quality,
made to uroer, at suoil nonce.- July 1 1
S9WK, JJAHXKS & POTTS,
And Dealers in
C U R T A I iV
Kih. .Market and ".il .Minor Streets,
Publishers of Sanders' New Headers, and
ISrooks' A.iliiaietH'-i. Also. KoiK'il's History of
tiiu uiuiea miiLCM, i-cuoii s uuuiuc i.iajts, ,xc.
Always on hand, and made to Order. Sit
rpiIIS 11.11 1) is warranted EQUAL In AliNOl.D's,
1 and i.i sold at niiii'ii le-u priee. Tin: money
will be refunded in jhuse buying it, it il does not
prove cm ueiy sausiacl ory.
UU For sa.e by F. idoi inner. New lilooinlield
MILLEH & ELDER,
':',o Market Street,
Cllass and (Jtteensteare.
A. L. Kai.-u. J. E. ritr.v.MiKE.
MAIJS2 & FRY JUKI,
Imi'ui:teus and Johukus op
CllillJl, &r 1 M K S
301 and ol)3, Cherry St., between Arch & Bace,
5D Constantly on liar.d, Original Assorted
Packages. 9. ly 1U
PUMPS ! PI 31 PS !
Foil I'l ltl! WATElt, USE
Tttnde of wild Cucumber wood, en
tirely tiiKli'liss, il ii rn! I" mul f'tin'i': ;
the lioud old la-dunucd wooden iiuinp,
nmoo uy oiacMiuc, , it I II I HieiCMXC
" " l 'MIU in ' III.IUi III il II 111 i, l N.
lairing an eiiial amount, of water,
fl and coiling less t hull half the money.
fcry UElSfr uniiy anan:-c(l so m to l,e noo-
j i l iK'cing, and in coiisl.iucl ion sosun-
tfr;'"! 1 fvp I'le Unit naM(iie ('d)l put il nil
M h t'.-!i-VJl " it In riilt. Alter Ihorouyh
fd f.' J I y j H 'I'M 11 Is ackmiwledged Hie
fjljll Best and Cheapest,
fSS CUAi:j.K. I'l.ATCIII.ICY.
4r mm! Ci.'i "liANLil'ACTl'iailt.
Oilice and Ware-room,
Isos. C-4 and Filbert Street,
4 15 ulllU IPIIILADEL'IHA, PA.
S These Tumps can lip. ordered of tho Manu
nclurer, or F. Alortiiuer & Co., New lilooinlield.
("lltKAT INDl'Cl'MFNTH ollered to Churches
X and Sunday Schools. Or.uaus and Itlelodeous
lor sale on iiiimthly Insiiilmculs.
E. 41. HltliCH,
No. 18 North Seventh St.,
lOlltl PHILADELPHIA. '
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND PAINTS.
John Lucas & Co.,
PURE SWISS GREEN,
Wliile I a ml ami Color
New, 111 and 113 North Fourth St.,
SIDDALL & MARKLEY,
W h o 1 e s a 1 o D r u g g i st s
AND DEAT.K11S IN
119 MARKET STREET, NEAR FRONT,
i FULL STOCK of everrhin;,' connected with
J.. the business, of the best quality, and at very
low prices. A good location tor business, with a
ow rent and light expenses, enables us to oiler in
ducements to buyers, and makes it worth their
while to give us a trial,
l'hiladelphia, 3. 81 f.
Navt-s TisBic !
-TjfAINliKillT & C'O'S
Will 1)0 found the best In use. With this Soap
washing may be done witli half the labor required
when any oilier Is used, and tho saving in wear to
clothes is really astonishing. It will cost only Fit'
teen Cents to try it, and alter that you will use no
"). For saie by all (irocers, and by F. Mortimer,
New lilooinlield, 1'a. 317
Worth its Weight in Gold !
rpillS is what everybody who lias used it says of
X EMM M'M'H M ST B 11 EX T.
For llheuniatic I'alns it will give instant relief
anil eiiccia perinaiicni. cure in a sliorl l, me.
11 is also tlie liel remedy in the World lor Cuts.
Sprains, liruisiM and liin us, and not only givmu
prompt relief lioin pain, but. heals without leaving
any scar. All who uavo tried it. sav .no family
should be without it, for it is worln its weight in
IP). Try a bottle of II.! No euro, No Pay. ,'U"
Wiu for sale at !. jlortnner's.
JUiXyHVLVAyiA KLAST10 SPONdE CO.
No. 1111 CilUSTNUT STKKICTPillLADI'l.I'illA,
A Substitute for Curled Hair,
roil MA. UI'llOLSTFKV FFliPOSES.
Tl Is (dieapcr than pkatiikii s or iiaik. and much
sujierior. bring the ligiiLesi .softest and most elastic
Foil MATTPFSSKS. PILLOWS, CAltKIAC F,
cai;, AT'i ciiAiit ci;snroNS.
It Is Indcslniclablc.fi-ce fi oin dust, perfectly clean
and for tho sick is uucipinlcd.as if soiled it iseasily
IT D0333 NOT PACK
And is entirely free from Moth
l'crsnnn am yvqnoxtcil to erimlno llf! Cushion
Kjioiiiu ill tlte ('(( e tij the cowimnn,
Feb 8tf -No. 1111 CHESTNUT STliEET,
LLOYD, SUPPLLK, & 1VALT0X,
Ko. C25 Market Street,
DRY COODS HOSIERY & NOTIONS
John ShalTncr, Jr. E. S. Zicgler. Theo. ltumcl
S1IA1TNER, ZIEGLER & CO.,
SHAFFNEU, ZIEGLEK & CO.,
Importers and Dealers lu
T nit E A J) S, CO M IS S,
and every variety ol
No. 3G, North Fourth Street,
Agents for lAincantcr Combs.
BAPvCROET & CO.,
Importers mid Jobbers
Of Staple and Fancy
DRY - GOODS,
Linens, White, Goods, Hosiery, &c,
Nos. 405 and 407 MAltKET ST UK FT,
(Above Fourth, North Side,)
Hoofs, Shoes, JIats and Caps.
y. D. Iiiiller. T. ltickert. C. II. Miller.
MILLER, RICKERT & CO.,
lillAYIULL & NEWCO.MK11,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
II ATS, CAPS, FURS,
Mo. 313 North Third Streot, 2d Ploor,
4 11 ly 10
Hats, Caps, Furs,
i'-5 i; i i w - Jr I w
153 NOllTU THHID STREET,
W. W. Paul.
I). J. Hoar.
IT. L. Hood.
WM. W. PAUL & CO.
BOOT AND SHOE
023 Market St. und CU Commerce Street,
J-i:ADIiUKV'S AND OTHEll
icitoi-it I'arlfii's unit IC. P. Neailima it Son's
03GANS AND MBL0L.E0NS.
WM. G. FISCIIEH,
(iciirrul Wliolcmle Arie.nt,
WIS Arch Street and ill North Eleventh Street,
a 42 Cm. PHILADELPHIA
"The Ecd Horso Powders"
rpiIE "JEST POWDEKS In the World for
They will not only prevent, lint will Cure diseases,
nud are the Cheapest, as well as the liestllorso
Powders iu use. Try them. For sale by Stores and
DniKt'isls generally, and by F. WoitriMEit, New
liloumileld, Pit. 3:Jolf
TOBACCO SECARS &.C.
W. B. METCALFE,
James llusscl & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers in
Tobacco and Cigars,
Ao. 11, South Front Street,
- Agents for Celebrated Star Navy. 4 221y
Thomas Konii. A. J. McCokkey,
ROBB & McCONKEY,
And "Wholesale Dealers in
LEAF AND M A N U FACT U It ED
No. 13 North I'ifth Street,
(Between Market and Arch,)
A. 13. CunnintLlnun. J. II. Levtars. J. S. Gleim.
Cunningham, Gleim & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers in
Tobacco, Segars, &c,
NO. 4, NOllTU FIFTH STliEET,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
Vholesalo Dealers iu
114 South Delaware . Aveune,
Below Chestnut St.,
Collins, (Jeddes & t'o's Cuuned Fruits.
W. 15. TAYJLOIS,
W AINWRIGHT & CO.
North East Corner of 2nd and Arch Street?,
W. A. Atwood. Isaac AV. KiNu;.
ATW00I), KAXCK & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers iu all kinds of Pickled and Sal
IP T H I X ,
No. 210 North Wharves, above llace Street,
3 JO OnilJ PHI LA DELPHI A , PA.
PATTERSON & KEWLIN,
C O MM ISSION M J5 11 CHAN T S
No. 120 AIICII STPEET,
m- The sale of Fat's, Seeds, (iraln and Wool,
Uu Please send for a Circular. 4 1.18
January 1, 1 SGI).
BS'" An Irishman ordered his body to
be opened filter death, as lie was afraid
of bt'injr buried alive.
fr-Jf A n old lady was risked what she
thought of the etlipsi-: She replied:
" Well, it proved one thiiifr, and that is,
that the papers don't always lie."
BSy A younj; man taking home n cra
dle was met by a friend w ho said, " be
hold the fruit of matrimony". Oh no,
this is only the fruit basket" was tho re
ply. ISiS" Teachor What is a reptile ?
l'upil An animal that creeps.
T. Name one.
P. A buby !
t!?3 A port wrote of his departed love,
"We will hallow her -zrave with our
tears, " but the wicked printer set it up,
" We will harrow her grave with our
KaY" Hungry diner "Trouble you
for some more bread, landlord. I always
eat a good deal of bread with my meat.'''
Landlord " So I see sir! and a good
deal of meat with your bread."
USf" lf No, dear," said a mendacious
husband to his wife, "you never catch
tiny lies coining out of my mouth." " You
may well s.iy that," replied the wile;
' i hey fly out so last that nobody can
ti-Jf" An affectionate hu.-band once said
" Ah. dear doctor. how is my wife to day '!"
The doctor shook his head and replied,
You must prepare for the worst, What
said the husband, do you think she is
likely to get over il'i"'
J3Q'" A lady whose husband, an oificcr
in the army, was ordered to Fort Lamed,
since the Indian troubles, refuse to accom
pany him, as she hud but very little hair
on her head, but what she had she prefer
ed to keep."
WiiatNf.xt? A sign on an eat-,
ing house on a New Jersey railroad says I
" Coll'ee and fresh Jaid eggs by Jlrs.
Jones." We hardly expected this would
be the next thing but women are con
tinually striking out in new directions.
Now what is to be done with the chickens.
B" Lawyer How do you identify
Wituess lly its general appearance
and the fact that I have others like it.
Counsel That's no proof, for 1 have
got one just like it iu my pocket.
Witness I don't doubt that, as I had.
more than one of the same sui t stolen.
Bffij I" a little town out west a lady-
teacher was exercising a class o( juveniles
in mental ' arithmetic. She commenced
the question, ; If you buy a cow for teiL
dollars ' when up went a little hand.
'What is it Johny'l" 'Why you can't
buy no kind of a cow for ten dollars;
lather sold one for sixty dollars the other
day and she was a regular old scrub at
JtSx?" In oston, early on the morning
of Independence Day, the neighbors heard
a prodigious rumpus in a. house occupied
by a childless old couple, ami on going
to see, lound the obi man thrashing Ins
wife terrifically. IIo explained as fol
lows: " Look a hei-e ; I've been livin with
this torineiitiu' old woman iiih on to
forty years, and bhe has been hi tipeckin'
of me till tho time, and now, this bein'
the Fourth of July, by tho Lord I've
declared my independence."
"Vy A Nevada Editor in discoursing
upon tae common dreadfully com
mon practice or kissing a Undo, says,
with a euod deal of sense us well as l'uu :
" Wo never had a bride that we can re
member for the reason that we are too poor
ind indigent; but should the luturo have
one in store i'or us and if any man should
attempt that privilege, we'll knock chips
enough from his nose to exempt him from
-3y A Irishman's Answer. A lawyer
built him an oilice iu the form of a hexa
gon or six t(uare. The novelty of the.
structure attracted tho attention of squie
Irishman who were passing by. They
made a full stop arid viewed tho building
very critically. The lawyer somewhat
disgusted at their curiosity, raised the,
window, put his head out, and adressed
" What do you stand there for, like a
puck of blockheads, gazing at my office?
Do you tako it for a church '("'
" Faix," answered one of them, " I was
thinking so, till I saw tho devil poke his
head out of tho wjudy."