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l)c mco, Nero Bloomfiew, fJa.
BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS.
MILLER & ELDER,
Sooksellers and Stationers,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
And Dealers In
No. 430, Market Street,
31 PHILADELPHIA, PA.
CHARLES MAGARGE & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers In
Nos. 30, 32, and 34, South Sixth Street,
Taper any Size, Weight, Color and Quality,
tue to order, at short notice. lulyll
SOWER, BARNES & POTTS,
Sookscllers & Stationers,
And Dealers in
Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets,
. Publishers of Sanders' New Readers, and
looks- aih nineties. Also, KoDert's History of
a United States, Feltou's Uutlino Maps, &c.
Always on hand, and made to Order. 31t
lHIIIS FLUID Is warranted EQITAT. in AiiNmiVa
I and is sold at iniieii less priee. The money
in uc iciuiiucu ui uiose uuying it, u it, uoes not
ove entirely satisfactory.
For sale by F. Mortimer, New Bloonilield.
MILLER & ELDER,
431) Market Street.
Glass and Queenstvare.
L. Kaud. j, e. Fueymihe.
KAI It & FKYMIRK,
IMPOIITEHS AND JOBBERS OF
p li i li it , O 1 a & s
1 and 303, Cherry St., between ArcU & Race,
'D" Constantly on hand, Original Assorted
ickasoB. fit. 0.1 v 10
FOB PUKE WATEB, USK
Made of wild Cucumber wood, en
tirely tnsMM, iluraUe and reltaJtln ;
the good old-fashioned wooden pu nip,
iikuio u.y niuriiiiii'i y, aim liicreioie
perfect and insulate in all lis parts.
.-; iuiiiik an ciu.u hiiioiiui. oi water,
wmai W costing less than half the money.
WVM J-'ny arranged ho as to bo uoii-
iW SJOTM "rciiiiK, ami 111 construction sosim
' 'i' li 'l'l J-! I'le that o ni o?i can yut it vp and
;Cf i i 8 keep it in repair. After thorough
;'.!!' Svi '-if trial it Is acknowledged the
a$A Best and c,ieaPest-
its. Office and Ware-room,
.won. oz aim vtm ruoeri Htreet,
5C1I161 i Ptlll.ADKI.l'HIA PA
These Pumps can be ordered of the Manu-
9t.urr t,r W M,.,- I....... jt. K...r lil.i..,ti..i.i
BEAT INDUCEMENTS offered tn Churches
U" and Sunday Schools. Organs and Melodeons
sum on mommy instalments.
iL M. BltUCE,
No. lit North Seventh M
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND PAINTS.
John Lucas & Co.,
PURE SWISS GREEN,
While ILesul and Color
MAN UFA CTURERS,
Nos, 141 and 143 North Fourth St.,
SIDDALL & MARKLEY,
AND DEALERS IN
119 JIAIiKET STREET, NEAR FRONT,
FULL STOCK of everthlng connected with
i V 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 oiler in
ducements to buyers, and makes it worth their
while to give us a trial.
Philadelphia, 3. 8tf.
SAVES I,ABSOl !
Saves Time !
AIN1UG1IT & CO'S
Will be found the best In use. With this Soap
washing may be done with half the labor required
when any other is used, and the 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
3- For sale by all Grocers, and by F. Mortimer,
New Dloomlleld, Pa. 317
Worth its Weight in Gold!
HIS Is what everybody who lias used It says of
. XESMITII'S IJXIMKXT.
For lthcumatle Pains It will give Instant reliof
and ellecta permanent cure in a short tune.
It is also too best remedy in the World for Cuts,
Sprains, Bruises and Burns, and not only giving
prompt relief from pain, but heals without leaving
any sear. All who liavo tried it, say no family
should be without It, for It is worth its weight in
Try a bottle of it ! No cure. No Pay. 317
iU For Bale al F. Mortimer's.
PENNSYLVANIA ELASTIC SPONGE CO.
No. 1111 CHESTNUT STKEET PHILADELPHIA.
A Substitute for Curled Hair,
FOB ALL UFHOLSTEBY PUBPOSES.
Itls cheaper than feathers or hath, and much
superior, being the lightest softest and most elastic
FOB MATTBESSES. PILLOWS, CABEIAGE,
CAB, AND CHAIIt CUSHIONS.
Itlslndestriictable.fi ee from dust, perfectly clean
and for i lie sick is uuequalcd.as If soiled it is easily
IT DOES NOT PACK
And is entirely free from Molh
.Teriion are requested to examine the Cushion
ajionge at the ojtce oj the company,
Feb 8tf -No. 1111 CHESTNUT STEEET,
LL0D, SUPPLEE, & V ALTON,
No. 625 Market Street,
DRY GOODS HOSIERY & NOTIONS
John Shaffner, Jr. E. 8. Ziegler. Theo. Bumcl
SHAFFNER, ZIEGLER & CO.,
8HAFFNEB, ZIEGLEB & CO.,
Importers and Dealers In
and every variety of
No. 36, North Fourth Street,
Agents for Lancaster Combs.
BARCROFT & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers
Of Staple and Fancy,
DRY - GOODS,
Linens, White Goods, Hosiery, &c.,
Nos. 405 and 407 MABKET STEEET,
(Above Fourth, North Side,)
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
F. D. Miller. T. Eickert, C. II. Miller.
MILLER, EICKERT & CO.,
GBAYIULL & NEWCOMEB,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In
HATS, CAPS, FURS,
No. 343 North Third Street, 2d Floor,
4 11 ly 10
W. F. KOIIEEll,
Hats, Caps, Furs,
Stra av - Gr o I ss
153 NORTH THIRD STREET,
8 9 ly 10 PHILADELPHIA.
W. W. Paul.
D. J. Hoar.
JI. L. Hood.
WM. W. PAUL & CO.
BOOT AND SHOE
C33 Market St. and Cli Commerce Street,
gBADBUBV'S AND OTHER
jaylor Farley't and E. P. Needham dt Son's
ORGANS AND MELODEONS.
Will: O. FISCHER,
General Whole-salt Ayent,
1018 Arch Street and 21 North Eleventh btrect
3 42 0m. PHILADELPHIA
"The Red Horse Powders"
HE BEST FOWDEBS In tht World for
Thev will not OinVnrevent. but will Cure diseases.
and are the Cheapest, as well as the best Horse
l'owderg in use. Try them. For sale by Stores and
priiBBists generally, and by F. Mohtimek, New
Bloomileldi Fa. 335tf
TOBACCO SECARS &C.
W. D. METCALFE,
James Jlussel & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers in
Tobacco and Cigars,
No. 11, South Front Street,
S- Agents for Celebrated Star Navy. 4 221y
TnoMAS Rodb. A. J. McConkey.
ROBB & McCONKEY,
Anil Wholesale Dealers in
LEAF AND MANUFACT UBED
No. 13 North Fifth Street,
(Between Market and Arch,)
A. B. Cunningham. J. H. Lcwars. J. S.Glcim.
Cunningham, Gleim & Co.,
Wholesale Dealeiis in
Tobacco, Segars, &c,
NO. 4, NORTH FIFTH STEEET,
CROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
Wholesale Dealers in
114 South Delaware Avenne,
Below Chestnnt St.,
Collins, Ucddcti & C'o's Canned Fruits.
S. 16. TAYLOR,
WAINWRIGHT & CO.
North East Comer of 2nd and Arch Street?,
W. A. Atwood. Isaac W. Kanck.
ATWOOD, ItANCK & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in all kinds of FIckled and Sal
IT- I S II ,
No. 210 North Wharves, above Bace Street,
3 40 6m6 PHILADELPHIA, PA.
PATTERSON & NEZWLIN,
No. 120 ABCH STREET,
W The sale of Eggs, Seeds, Grain and Wool,
- Flense send for a Circular. 4 138
January 1, I860.
JBSr Anna Story was recently married
to ltobert Short. A very pleasant way
of making a Story short.
Vill you dako sumdinor?" said
a Dutch teo-totalcr to a friend, while
standing near a tavern.
" 1 don't care if I do," was the reply.
" Veil, den let's duke a valk.
KSf A sailor looking serious in a chap
el, was asked by the clergyman if he felt
any change, whereupon the tar put his
hand into his pocket and replied that
he hadn't got a cent."
JJfciy A Baltimore Dancr savs that a
young lady was recently discharged from
une oi me largest picnie lactones in that
city, because she was so sweet she took
the acid out of all the vinegar.
SSf A sporting young lady says : " if
the course of true love does never run
smooth, why don't they wuter it and roll
it regularly so many hours a day,
until they get the course so smooth that
any monkey can run upon it?"
USF A woman applied to a magistrate
for a summons ugainst a neighbor. " She
called me a thief your worship. Can't I
make her prove it ?" " No doubt you
could," said the magistrate, " but I think
you had better not."
CSy At a recent assizes in Ireland, the
foreman of the jury, placing his hand on
his heart, and with a voice choked with
emotion, gave in the following verdict:
" The accused is guilty, but we have our
doubts as to the identity."
JJ Host (who had just finished car
ving a turkey) : " Will you have a small
piece of the dark meat, or a small pieco
of the white 'meat?" Hungry guest
who is addicted to the habit of plain
speaking" Thank you: I'll take a Jar
piece of both !
BST After the Dance Charles;
" Tell me, Laura, why that sadness ? Tell
me why that look of care? Why has fled
that look of gladness that thy face was
wont to wear ?" Laura : " Charles, 'tis
useless to dissemble ; well my face may
wear a frown, for I've lost my largest
hair-pin, and my chignon's coming
Parson, I would much rather hear
you preach," said a baffled, swindling
horse jockey, " than to see you interfere
in bargains between man and man."
" Well," replied the parson, " if you had
been where you ought to have been, last
Sunday, you would have heard me
preach." " Where was that ?" inquired
the jockey. " In the State Prison," re
turned the clergyman.
A countryman stopped atthe Max
well House, Nashville, for dinner. " The
waiter inquired what he would have, and
was told by the countryman to bring
" something of what ho had." The
waiter brought him a regular dinner upon
small dishes, as is the usual form, and set
them around his plate. The couutry
man surveyed them carefully for a mo
ment, and then broke out, " Well, J like
your samples, now bring my dinner."
B Two ways OF telling it. Jen
kins says: " The profusion and color of
her hair would lead one to look upon it
as though it was spun by the nimble
fingers of the easy hours as they glided
through bright June days, whose sunny
rays of light had been caught, in the
meshes and were content to gono farther."
Joe Bowers expresses the same thing by
saying, " her hair was awful red."
JH " If you do not close that window
waiter, I shall die from the draught," said
a lady at dinner.
"And if you do closo it, I shall die
from the heat in this hot weather !" ex
claimed a stouter fair lady.
Then there was a giggle among the
guests over the dilemma of the waiter,
when a literary gentleman present said
" My good fellow, your duty is clear ;
close the window and kill one lady, aud
open it again and kill the other lady."
J6p We have tidings from Boston of
a clergyman of Massachusetts who, on
exchange, preached in a brother's pulpit.
Taking a note which he found when he
opened the Bible, he read that Brother
. requested the prayers of the Church
that the loss of his wife might be blessed
to him, etc. The preacher prayed most
fervently. To his amazement and mor
tification he found afterwards that the
note had lain in the Bible a year, while
the bereaved gentleman was on this Sab
bath sitting with a new wife in the congregation.