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"THERE'S NAE ROOM FOR TWA."
It was in simmer timo o' year,
An' slimn , ;r loaves were sheen,
When 1 en' kitty walked abraid, ,
An' J,,mie walked atwoon,
We rea,h,ia the brig o'er ?mu woo lien,
Our bonny 1,44 so sma
"Jenny." said Join, "mann Walk kaki&
"There's one room for twa,—
" There's one room for twa," sold ho, -
"There's use room for twa;"
Oh! Jamie's words went to my heart,—
' "There's one room for twa."
A' wry] a day, my heart lonpod high
When walhin' by hiasido,—
Alas, sir th..ught tiro idle now,
For I:ltty is his bride.
flu could Ha' an' ho would Imo balth,
For that's forbid by. law,
In wedded life an' woddod lovo,,
There's imo room for two;
There's one room for two, yo kon,
Thero's 000 roan for two,
Au' go Imo gang'd my gate alano,—
There's on room for twa.
The ereepin' years hae sadly passed,
An: I hoe struggled strong,'
Wi' a broken hope an' a broken heart,
DM it is nae new or la.ng.
My thread o' life is but a span,
An' I Malin gang awn',.
An' 1111,111,1er in The clay cold ground,
Where's 1):10 room for two;
Where's nae romn-for twit, ye ken,
Where's nae room fin- two,—
The narrow bed where all mann lie
Has 11:le room for two.
Dear Kitty. on thy bonnie brow
The simmer auu shall shine,
While Wintry clouds an' winter's gloom
Are itather'd dark e'er mine.
t,, find my liogrin' hours,
An' it tide drive awn,
For in oir wean•, wasted heart,
Tlo.o.'s Imo room for twa;
There' , oar , rosin f.r twa, ye ken,
'1114.re . , !lac rosin for twa:—
The heil rt - ill trie'n b, God an' Heaven,
Ilan t.e rosin for Awn.
UNCLE BENJAMIN'S GHOST.
In a mixed e,ompany the conversation
chanced to turn upon ghosts:- Most of the
,stoutly dkhelieved in their exis
tence altor*,ther. There was, however, one
grave _Mold g stianger,---dressed - -in- -funeral
black, who, though he acknowledged be had
never enrnuntrrcd a ghost, had implicit faith
in their exbittmee.
The dispute waxing warm, it was decided
to collect the opinions of all yresent. At
length it came to Uncle Benjamin's turn.
Do you , believe in ghost, Uncle Benja
' I do,' said he, 'and for the best of all
reasons; becauso I have seen one.'
Indeed,' said the funeral stranger, prick
ing up his curs, 'would you be kind enough
to favor us with an account of the circum
0, do t 11, Uncle Benjamin,' was echoed
on all •
Thus ndjur-d, he settled. himself into no
att r itude, aml commenced.
It was perhaps_thirty years ago when bus
inoss called we to a certain town some twenty
miles distant l'rotti my own. There were no
cars in those days, and I was obliged to lire
a horse and elmise belonging to a neighbor.
`B e i ng detaTiced to a later hour than I an
ticipated, it was past twelve o'clock when I
got-back u ith the horse and chaise to the
house of the neighbor of whom I had bor- 1
rowed it. HaN ing left it, I proceeded on foot
t swards my awn house, which was perhaps
a mile fluting. on.
'Being, as you may readily suspose, very
much fatigued, I considered whether it would
not be pos.-;ilile to shorten my walk. There
was a solitary path aerosis the fields which .
would diminiA the distance fully one-half.
There was one objection to it however: It led
through a graveyard. '
This thought, however, did not for a mo
meat, deter me. I was not superstitious.
had always laughed at the idea of ghosts, and
considered them mere figments of a disor
dered brain. But I was doomed—however'
I will not antiviprite. I gut as fir as the
graveyard without meeting any hmdrahee;
and with a hold, confident air, leaped the
stone wall which served as its boundary, and
found myself at once within the precincts of
Say what you will„ continued Uncle Ben
jamin, his voice becoming deeper and more
solemn, 'there is a feeling of awe, scarcely to
„le resisted, which steals over one, when be
finds himself in the gloom of midnight sur
rounded with the relies of frail mortaility, and
considers that ere many years he shall ho as
those aronnd him.' •
' But the ghost 1' suggested the stern-look
ing gentleman y who was apparently very
much interested in the denouement.
'I was coming to that directly,' was the re-
`As I said,•l jumped over the stone wall,
and proceeded, notwithstanding a slight feel
ing of awe, with-tolerable boldness, till I had .
got, I should think, into about the centre of
the yard. .
'lt was - a very . dark night. There was no
moon, but a feW stars dimly twinkled in the
distance to light up the..darkness of the way.
iAt this point, from behind a monument
which stood beside the path, there suddenly
strode 6:0 a figure in ghostly white. The
arthEt were ctouded, and one of the_hands
eontabiod something, but what it was T could
not discover. ~
.1 shall never forget the horrors of that
moment. A sensation of freezing terror crept
over me, and paralysed all my limbs; though
I would• have given worlds to have moved
from the spot, there I was fixed, and all the
while at five feet distance from me stood that
sepulchral figuie. .
Uncle Benjamin paused,,as if overcome by
the recollections of that fearful night, and
every eve was bent upon him with eager in
'The sad looking gentleman looked about
hint in triumph at this co]•roborat r ion of his
Proceed, for heav'en's sake r he exclaimed
`-Thus we stood,' said Uncle. Benjamin,
'looking at each other, for I will not say how
rong. It might not have been two minutes,
yet to me it seemed an eternit.y.•- At length I
could bear it no longer, but burtt forth impe-
In heaven's name, who and what are you ?'
`And what did it say 'P. queried' the sad
looking gentleman, nervously Pushing his
chair towards Uncle Benjamin.
It slowly turned its gaze full upon me,
and with an unearthly laugh, uttered these
‘Lor, 'Mister, you ain't afraid of me, now,
are you? I'm Only Polly Henslinweomeout
to pick some garbs fur my old man, what's
too sick with the cholic
The spell Was 'broken. ' The sober gentle
man sprung, to..his feet, and amid a shout o
irrepressible mirth which shook the very rat
ters, called for his hat, and left with a? pos
sible expedition.. •
.A. - FL,IIIfrATION WITH A FAIR AMERICAN.—
What all . you Inca are' said she.—
" D'utbh, my slirkesr ain't — Unit tree lucely 7
Just one mass of dowers. "hold Inc up, plelise
Mr. Slick, till 1 get a branch of that apple
tree. :Oh•dearl how sweet it smells." Well,
I took her in my arms and lifted her up, but
she was a long time a choosin' of a' wreath,
bid that one she put. round my hat, and then
she gathered some sprigs for a nosegay.—
" Don't hold me so high, please. 'Fit ore,
smell that, ain't it beautiful? I hope 1 ain't
a showin' of HIV ankles.'' "Lucy, how my
heart beats,; s;iis 1, and it did too, it thun
dered like a sledge hammer: I act illy Ili
it would have. torn my waistcoat buttons off.
"Don't coo hear it go bump, bump, bump,
Lucy ? 1 wonder if it ever busts like a biler:
tOr holdin' such a gal as you he, Luev,-in
ones arms ain't safe, it is as much as one s
—" "Don't be silly," sail she lartin,•
"or I'll get down this minit. No," said she.
1 don't hear it beat; I.diin't I,elitivo you've
got any heart at all:: "Tjtere," said I, I,ring
ber a little farther fin-ward, "don't you
hear it now? Listen." "No."said she, ''it's
nothilf.but your watch tieskin;" and she turf-
ed like anything; "1 thought so." "You
hav'nt got no heart at all, have your sail I.
"It never has been tried yet," _said slit. "
hardly know whether I have or not. Oh then
you don't know 'it is in the rltiht place or not. -
"Yes it is, - said she, a puffin' of my whis
"yes it is just in the right place, just
it ought to be, - and Ole put my hand
"where else would yoa. haYe it, dear,
but where it is? But, hush!" . said she; "I
saw Eunice Snare just now: sllp is a comin'
round the turn there. Set mo down quick,
please. Aint it provokin'? that gal fairly
harntS me. I she" didn't see me in your
arms." "I'll lift her up too," sais I: "if you
like; and then ," "Oh nor' said she, "it
ain't worth while. I don't care what site
says ur thinks one snap of my finger."
INFLUENVE tiF A NEwsesPER.—A school
teacher' who had been engaged a long time
in his profession, and was witnessing the in
tluence of a newspaper upon the minds of a
family of children, writes thus to the editor
of the Ogdensburg Sentinel:
"I have found that those' scholars, of Koth
sexes and all ages, who have had access to
newspapers at boom, when compared to those
who have not, are better readers, excellent in
pronunciation and emphasis, and consequent
ly read more miderstandi ugly, better spellers
and define words with ease and accuracy.—
They. obtain a practical knowledge of geog
raphy in almost half the time it requires oth
ers; as the newspaper has made them ac
quainted with the lobtion of the important
places, nations, their governmeut, and do
logs, on the globe. They are better gram
marians, for having become so familiar with
every variety of style in. - the newspaper, &din
the common-place advertisement to the fin
ished and . iplassical oration of the statesman,-
they mac readily' cOmprelmnA,then - Taning
of the text. ; They.write better compositions,
using better language, containing more thot's
more Wady and connectedly expressed:—
Those young limn who have for yearo been,
readers of the newspapers are always taking
the lead in the debating society, exhibiting
a more extedsive knowledge niiev a greater
variety of subjects, - iiiid'AVessing their views
with greater fluency, calmness, and correct
ness in the use of language."
t'on Irish boy trying hard to get a
place, denied that, he, Was Irish.' '"I don't
know what you mean by not being an Irish
man," said the gentleman' who was about to
"but this I ktiow, that you wore
ire liiin ;
born in Ireland." " Och,.your honor, it.that's
rill," said the boy,`"ainall blame, that. Sitp
pose your. old eat had hittens in the , oven,
would they he loaves of bread. .The boy got
From the publin University Magazine
Angel wile treadest In the track of time!
Guarding the entrance tn that unknown clinic, .La
Whence comb no whispers to the world below,
li'Lence not a sound we Lear
01' triumphor of cheer,
Or sound of happy footsteps, passing-to and fin;
Palo as the Maybell trembling•in the breeio
Thou makest yoUthful cheeks. The summer seas,
Lose their calm blue beneath thy waving wing;'
Fierce storms thou summonest
From the deep mountain breast,
To be thy pursuivauts when thou art wandering.
Thy 11111110 is terrible; thine Icy breast,
Stern order to the Waryiend nttereth,
Who stains the pleasant turf a fearful red,
Or dashes in the wave
A lurid spirits brave
For whose eternal hest no saintly song is said
Yet have I known thee. Death. with gentle hand
Lead some poor wanderer to the imavenly laud,
Amid the purple light of autumn eves;
IV hile to the harvest moon
Arose a rustic tune
From sun burnt, fusty reapers binding up the ehearos
And even if, in sem° too cruel mood,
Then didit neglect the weary multitude,
To clutch the fiiir bride in her orange bloom—
• To dim her eyes of light,
Upon the marriage night,
And bear her pallid beauty to the . tearble tomb!
Or the sweat child who prattles all day long
Lidst"t•rueh with chillness 'mid his cradle song—
Yet unreplning, let us hope and pray -
The Master calls Iris own,
Up to Ms golden throne: [away.
When they are gathered there, thou Death, shalt pass
NAMING A. Frogg, a tailor,
who had left Charleston at the commencer
meta of the weir, returned after the capacity
tion, and got acquainted with a' certain J .
W. Gibbs, who was requested by Frogg to
stand as god father to one of his children,
which was agreed to by Gibbs provided he
should have the naming of the child. As
they were going to the church the father ask
ed Gibbs if he had thought of a!name. n
"Yes," said Gibbs, "what do you think of
our Lieut. Gciv. Bull?"'
of-it very much.
said the father, - "I approve
The child was accordingly named Bull
-Frogg.' --The - father didmot - immerliatelrtlak
of the drollery of the name, but when he did,
he could have killed Gibbs for his impositio s n
on his reliance and friendship.
He thought to have recourse to the board
of police-to get permission to re-baptize the
Child, but when lat.saw Licht. Goy. Bull pre,
side there he thought it would be an affront
to relate the story, therefore he postponed the
matter, and the child retains the appellation
Of Bull Frogg.
A (foot) ONE.—The Editor's table of the
-Kniekcrbocke)-hrts the subjoined morceau:—
,gentleman, a member of onr
lyas expelled for the crime of drawing
ladies up to his rimin.at night and let
ting them down in the morning by means of
a rope and basket arranged from iris window.
Of course a great deal of gossiping conver
sation was the consequence. The following
colloquy occurred between two young ladies:
"Jane, do you really believe that students
draw girls op to their rooms ?" "Certainly,
my dear; more titan that I know , they do."
"Ilow?" " Well, I was going by the college
one morning ; it was just before light ; 'turas
very early in, the morning; 'and I heard a
noise in the direction of out:. of the college
buildings. I looked that way, and as'plain
as I see you now I 'saw a girl in a basket, a
bout:half way from a three story window to
the ground ; and just then the rope broke,
:ind down I come!" Oh I Janet
ra—Some men can never be made con
scious of their own value. . If they succeed
in life, theyare in their own opinion neither
indebted to circumstances nor providence,
but purely to their own merits. If they fall,
they are straightway persuaded that the,most
powerful and corrupt- combinations were
formed to produce that resulqaud that they are
conque'red in. spite of their vast merits. Such
are the men of whom the Frenchman said,
"If I 'could buy them fin• what other people
think them' worth, and sell them for what
they think themselves worth, it would he one
!SOFT AS MUM I -A farmer. near Chicago
was recently swindled out of $3OOO, by a wo
man professing to be a necromancer. She
told him of buried money on his farm,.guard
ed by an evil genii. He' produced at her re
quest, $3OOO to avert the genii, and by an
unperceived substitution, she took the good
money-and left a roll -of brown paper and a
ft cents in exchange. The process was ef
feCted during the performance of solemn rites,
and was a finished and highly successful per
)36i.Never oppose twb lovers. The'y wilt
be one anyhow. When Ed. and Mary have
once vowed they'd do it, it's no more Use. to
try to prevent •it, than to attempt to get fat
upon stewed umbrellas. and roast bootjails,
Love has Li lung head..
Oxr, PAm'or Viosi according to Allnutt;
will increase in 'six years to one hundred.
and uineteen thousand.one hundred and six=
t}'-nine taking the increase at fourteen times
pen• annum. A pair of Sheep in the same
tireeNonld be ,but silly-four:
lady passing through .ITew Hamp
shire observed the following notice on a
bohrd" Horsei taken into grass. Long
tails, 38. 6d.; short tails, 25." The lady
asked the . oviner . ef the land the reason of the
difference of the price. He answered, " you
see, ma'am, the long tails can brush away
the flies, but the short tails are so tormented
that they can hardly eat at all. This was the
" Long rind short" of the matter, and the
lady was satisfied.
Ekrzglie Boston Chronicle takes the broom
on the weather paragraphs.: "'The weather
for the past few days has been positively hot,
comparatively het, superlatively hot, day and
night. Heft; hotter, hottest, most hottest.—
Hottentot, Hottentotter, Hottentottest, Hot
tentOttisimus, Hottentottisimus plus one,
Hettentottisinins plus l one hundred I Hot as
an oven—hot as two ovens—hot. as,—we
give it up IV
. kei''‘`People may say what they will about
country air being so good for 'em," said Mrs.
Partington, " and how they fat upon - it; for
my part Ishull always think it is owin' to the
vittles. Air may do for cam:miles and other
reptiTes that live on it, but I know that men
must have something substantialler."
CIIII,SON'S PATENT VENTILA
TIN'ii FIIItNACE.—Thn subscriber would call the
attention of all parties requiring a desirable Furnace
Ce ciatseS'S CELEMSTED WARMING A.ND ENTHATING AP-
The reputation of this- furnace is now known, having
been Introduced during the past five years Into about
15uo Pula, buildings andmore than 8000 private dwell
logs ;"this topet-her with the immense increase of sales
every yehr Is tile best evidence that ran be adduced of
its superiority over all other furnaces. By the use of
Chilsunis Eurnace,_you secure. the-following-advantages:
Fe Er, VESTILITION : •
Poet: Am---The holding surfaces being at a tempera
ture that mill not desseeate the air.
Eeosemiem. USE OF FUEL.
OTC r.Or Donmin.trr—lielng.nuide_entirely.otatst Iron—
not liable to rust, will require no repairs during a life
time—it is easily managed. and will not expose the build
ing In w Well it Is placed to danger &dm tiro, like the
We have the testimonials of hundreds of the most
scientific men to attest to the truth of the above state
ment, all of whore prohounro it to bedecidedly the best
forme, yet invented f,r preducing a pure and healthy
at !there. We herewith, annex the 'names of a few
well known and eminent professors, Ivlio have used theta
anal kindly Inrnlshed us their names and refbronces:
Prof, John 8: Hart, Prof. Parker. Prdf. Norton, Pres.
Win. 11. Allen, Pn.f. Parsons, Prof. Danalds, Prof.
Baum, Prof. Ripley-.
.1 _ NINE SINES.
We have Intl lueed this season five now sizes. so that
all parties may avail themselves of this great Improve
ment at'a very moderate oast. We are now prepared to
furnish an apparatus to warm a single room, or the larg
est building in the.eountry.
:‘o. ' 1 , " " Complete, $25
1 Extra Radiator, (with Bars and French
,3 do do
; 5 do do
6 do do
This No. 0 is the - largest and most powerful Furnace
made in this country, and is admirably adapted for
Churches mid other large crass buildings.
We continue tea sell the apparatus at the saute price
as when first introduced, five years ago. Although the
pr,,ent high prieeof Iron has increased their cost 25 per
rent, owing toTheir great weight. still we arc enabled by
the great increase of sales to furnish the article at the
loWest possible price. Vue foundry alone, Messrs. War-
Leiluandi have contracted to furnish ttl; with :too
tons of Fore:lees this season, sulhat we are now prepar
ed to furnish them wholesale or retail. We superintend
the erection of all Furnaces, when required, and war
rant them in :Ili eases. .
METIUNOI.ITAN COOKING IiANGE.We have also
the Oust complete C.s.)king Bangs that has yet been in
troduced. to which we call the attention of all who may
wish to secure the most perfect and deslmblecookingap
paratns over Invented,
1011.:118ON'S I4tTIiNT VENTILATOR.--We aro the
only Agents in Pennsylvania for the manufacture and
sale of 'this Ventilator, which Is acknowledged to be the
only perfect Ventilator over made for 'correcting the
draught in smoky chlmnies, and for ventilating build
ings of alt kinds. "%Author° aro a great many Imitations
of this valualde article now offered' for .stile, parties will
be careful to examine that It has the Emerson Badge at,
PATENT ItEOISTERS AND VENTILATORS.—wO
have the largest and most complete assortments of llot
Mr Registers and Ventilators to ho found In the United
States, Parties who WWI to purchase,either for prk•ato
nse or wholesale, will And,it greatly to their adtantage
to examine their stork.
SLATE AND IltON MANTLE 14.—We hays always on
Land an extensive assortment of these lie:wilful mant
les, In exact imitation of Egyptian, Splinish,lialway and
other rare marbles.
OPEN tiltATES.—Far Anthracite and Illtumlnouß ,
coal. Also an entire now pattern of the low down Orate,
made from the English Patterns, and entirely* new In
r AMC AIiENTA for th e English Fur:ensile Flooring
Tile, urn k irk Chimney Tops; and Terra Cottadrimulents,
such as (iarden 'Vases, Sc.
Persons About bullding . would do well to exitinine our
stork Is•fra•a purc•lutsht4 elsewhere. Visitor, whether
pun•lmeing or not, aro 'eordially welcomed to our exten
sive Warerootas, and iihere, we should ho happy to fur
nish one inmunation respecting any of our goods that
may be desired. ou Warming and Ventilating
elm be had gratuitously at our store, either persQually or
S. A. HARRISON,
• Warming and VentilatingWarehoupe,
146 Walnut xt.;bulow Sixth,
May 111-7m] Plin.thELpinA
DOLLUID, Premium - Artiste in Hair
Inventor of theCelebnited Gossamer. Ventilating
15 ig and Elastic Relict Tempers. Instructions to enable
Ladies and tiontiomon to tuertiure their heads with ac-
Eon WiffS, InChes.—No. I. The round of the head; '.o.
2. From forehead over the head to the neck; No. J.
From ear to ear over the top; No. 4. Front ear to ear
round-the forehead. •
Toupees and scalps, Inches.—No. 1. From forehead to
back as far as bald; No. 2. Over Ihrehead its far as requir
ed; -No. 3. Over the crown of the bead,
R. DOLLARD , has always' ready for sale a splendid
stock of (fonts' Wigs, Toupees, Ladies' Wigs. half Wigs.
Frizots, Braids, Curls, &r., beautifully manufactured and
as cheap Os any establishment to the Union.
Dollards liorbantum Extractor Lustrous ,(lair Tonle,
prepared from , South i American Herbs and Roots, the
most successful article over produced Pm preserving the
hair front falling out or changing 'eolor, restoring and
preserving it in a healthy and luxuriant state. Among
other reasons why Dullard's haircutting saloon main
tains its idunonso popularity is the fart that. his Tiede is
applied to every head of hair cut at hire establishment,
consequently it is kept hr bettor preservation than un-
dcr any known application. It being thus practically
tested by thousands, offers the greatest Atuarantee of its
Sold Wholesalo and retail at his Old Establishment 177
Chestnut street opposite the State - Muse, Phil:oolphi*,
.11. Dollard Ims at least discovered the no pits ultra of
i/Alll DYE( and numunices it for sale with perfect con
fidence in its Burp:v(4;111V every thing of tl hind now In
use. Tt colors the hair either black or brown, (as may
"!Is.) .desire(l) nud 'is used Without injury to the heir or
.V;filn either by stain nr otherwise, can be washed elf in
ton minutes after application, without detracting 'how"
its otlicncy. Perseus visiting the city are invited to give
I,ottrr:2 ailtlrvii , a , tl to 12. DOT.L.A.ttIVI77 Cbestnnt Ft..
will 111:ChT att011t1011:, • Jan. 23-13
for brli:k work
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ca r p1 1,. ..i .5 1 - p li rt
:s tt o n . d 4 a4c h,
• errant, sixth ktoro nbove Marl , .e.t. 11, a
EVERETVA Pato t (Inutuntinrt PreSSure TRUSS, f a• tho
cure of R tiptu,ro; .. houldor Brave ,, , Sti, , N;r, r ,
ie,, 11118 tic
st-Aing . s, S u,,p't , try,lAkunorrluthi.tl,lr.ut Le rul.‘,lch for
detbruil Oc:, JAIL A 1-Iy.
vilefitillit bt., 0%. CIA.I 11 A.....•...:g, Philadel
p ila, extensive Music Publisher, and Dealer In Musical
instruments of every description.
'Exclusive agent fors the sale of Ilallet, Davis & eo.'s
Potent Suspension Bridge JP.nlian and oilier PIANOS, , L.
Gilbert's Boudoir Pianos, Melodeons ' I%lartin's Guitars,
harps. Vhdlns. 'Sheet Music; Music (looks, .@c..
Residents of country will be supplied by mail or
otherwise with music they may wish, as low as lf pur
chased In person. Ilaiing ono of the largest stocks In
the United Stang; I feel confident of satisfying all who
may favor me witlea call or order.
Dealers lu•Nluslc supplied on the most liberal terms.—
Pianos to let Second-hand Pianos for sale.
CITEAP WATCHES AND JEWEL
nit, NVIIOLESAI,E and RETAIL, a the "Phils
till'4 dolphin 'Watch and Jewelry Store;'
Numberoe North Second Street, eer"
--." ,ner of Quarry, Philadelphia. Gold
I* . Lover Watches, fulrjewelli A, 18 &r
-at eases,. - - t 2.0 00
AS.,. „Gold hepine, 18 carat crises, 24 00
j l -;'i; . l:WS,; Sliver " jewels, ' O CO
'' , Uir " : o N tilt:ll —, . Silver Lever, full jewelled, 12 00
Superior Quertiers, - - - 700
Gold Spectacles, - • - - ,00
Fine Silver Spectacles, - - • 1,60
, Gold liricelets, - - - -.. ato
Ladies' Gold-Pencils, - • - - .1 00
Silver Tea Spoons, set, - - . 6 00
' ' Gold Pens, with 1 , 43n01 and Silver Holder,- 1 00
Gold Finger Rings ;;,,6rents to 88; We' tuft Glosses,
plain, 12,1; route; Patent . 1 . 6:,%', Luaet 25; 01 her m tides.
in proportion. All goods warranted to be w! trt they art
sold fur. •
STAUFFER d; 1L• aILEY,
Successors to- , I. o , llrad.
nil hand, 501110 Gold rind Lovers hcpines,
still lower than the ',how prkos.
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8 1 1 S e ill) e 12 1 ro
ui - ne wlirratitei t f ;ttpe'rior tupnestniel:ant'efi.e..
in the world. Farmers and deale're dat low pri
EXTRA QUA [MT LAND!' LA STEE —5O, 10 L ai .„L snx.
— t.ta - fiffiiiity . Land Pbister. F - e
crtell expressly for
'sin:: quality; 11).000 bushels of same in bull:; 2,n 00 bap.
rels Plaster; WO 'smelt; Casting.; AO barrels
1117AN11---.1111, article we off. ir in re n t,.
denre - trrour rrirtorners erruartvi - airy Itispor ttiir,,ar.cra tr
superior to mi.,: in Ihe market.
• 5000 bags of this superior Guano fur sal, at the linrest
market rates. Also, Patagonian Gimlet, uilrotte,
Ground Charcoal, 3e., !tie.
C. FRENCH . h Co.
At tho Steam junction of York AVCLILIQ
Crown antl•Callov..hill otreatg.
. 4 1 RENCIT TBl'SSES,,Weighing lea.*
ounces, for the rime of Hey ro
4 actinou lo.b.rodt highest moilical authorities of Ph 1 1 ,,,,
adelphla. inconiparably superior to any other In usu.—
Sufferers will fe gratified to I.•arn that the occasion now
offers to procure not only Om highest and mist easy, but
as durable a Truss as ally other, in lieu of the cumbrous
arid uncianfertablearticle usually sold. There is no dif
lenity attending the fittimt., and upon the pad is locat
ed it will retain its position without change.
Parsons at a distance unable to call on the . subscriber,
can have the Truss sent to any address, - bv - retnitting--
flyr dollars for the tiingle Truss, or tor, for the double—.
• with measure round the hip.., and stating side affected.
It will la, exchanged to suit if not fitting, 1, returning
at once, now lied. For sale only by the imp° rtor,
CALEB . 11. NEEDLES,
Corner Twelfth god lln a streets. Philldelphia.
J 2• 6 - 1.4.11,1F8, requiring the benefit of Neel/ant:al Sup
porters. owing to the derangement of the Internal Or
gnus, Inducing falling of the W•anli, Vocal, pulmonary,
Dyspeptic, Nervous and Spinal Weakness. are Informed
that a competent and experienced Lthr will be in at
tondance at the Ii ohs, (set apart for their extlusive,
use) 7 , :0. 114 TWELFTH St., Ist door below Rare.
AYES' Patent Tubular Oran Hot
Allt ILA X ili,varioii sizeN. to suit Families, Board
ami 1 into,
Those in wart of a superior Croking Apparatus are In
cite d to call at our Warehouse and examine this Itaive.
For tiro ability. eeonotny anti simplicity in operation It
stands unrivaled. It has a perfect hot .air ventilation--
rind Moats baked in this oven sill retain titeir,jniee and
flavor equal to that p•asted before tin open lire. , Meats
alnl pastry cooked at the N:11110 time without 0111 ,
int: the other. It will supply sufficient heated air to
hat additional nears for the coldest weather. It has no
descending or return flues. and is equally well adapted
to bituminous i.e COMI3101) hard &tat. The •steam valvo
over the lolling part of the Range earrirs eo the s team
and :went of eoelsing, as well an heat in summer.
livery Hauge sold warranted to give or no
ox porn, to the purchaser.
!LAVES' I'EN'FILATOII, 'Patented October. IS-IS,
Puddle Halls, Factories, linilroad Ciliumles, Flnoti,
Pure air la
.. a subject claiming the attention of every
Individual, and all buildings should be pros hied with
the prowr Menne of vontilativo.
Also. a i v ecru] tEMINO AND VEMILATINO FURNACE,
for Dwellings, School lkuses, Churches, flails, ,St r orufs,
A large assortment of Office, Ilan and Cool:log StoYett o
l'arlor Orates, Registers,lolesale and retail.
' HA N D Si HAYES,
F 2 North Sixth street, Phila.
Ali- Personal attention given to warming and vimti
Wing both public and private buildings.
.:r EATllll:ll.—Fritz & _Hendry, Store,
I j 29 North Ad sterhiladetph4n, Morocco Manufactor
ors. Curriers, Importers, CummisAon and (leneml Leath
IVIIOLESA LE AND RETAIL--M:mufaetory 1 Max
gAretti stmet. St , p. 7-ly
'tit AT I S !—Just Published—A new
‘5, ntsC(VVER V IN MEDICINE.—Afew words ou the
Rational Treatment, without Medicine, Sperthatorrhea,
or local we:airless, nervous debility, low spirits, lassitude,
weakness of the Unite; and back. Indisposition and Inca.
)pacify for study and. labor, dullness of apprehension,
loss of memory, aVetalon to. society, levo-ot solitude,
distrust. dizziness, headache, involuntary
discharges. pains in tho affection of the eyes, pint.
pies on tho ties, sexual and other infirmities In mom
• From the.jamich of Dr.- IL.DoLaneey
The imperant fact that "thesif qtlftrmitig Tomplainta
may easily be removed WITHOUT MEDICINE. is in this small
duct clearly deinomitrated, and die entirely no's- and
highly PIIM`SSTIII treatmont, as adopted by Anther, '
fully explained, by (moans of whhdrevery; ono is enaldea
to cure himself perfectly and at the least possible cost, ,„„
avoiding thereby all- the advertised nostrums of the..
dent to any address, gratis and 'post free, In a sealed
envelope. by remitting , (pol,t paid) two postage stamp,
to air. H. lioLaneey, 17 Lispenard street, York.
March 1-4 y
AVIS &,_ OMAN, Dealers in Lamps,
: LANTERNS AND CIIANDELTERS, N. E. corner
mirth and (sherry sta., Philudelphin.—llavingimiarged
and imprOveil their store, and having the largest assort.
meta of Lamps in Philadelphla. they are now preparod
to furnish Camphine, Pine Oil, Burning Field, Ethereal
Oil, Phosgene fins mid Lard 0i1.,,, Lan , ps, I.:interns of
nil patents, Fancy lintel and Dail Lamp,. Chandeliers,
Llirandoles and Candelabras. and Drittatila Lamps. at
the manufacturers lowest prices. Class lamps be the
package, at a small advance over auction prices. Doing.
large, IIiANUFACTURERS of Pine .011, Burning Fluid,
Ethereal Oil, Afoolnd and (the only true) Pliogone Qt.*,
they can furnish these articles at such prices that mor.
chants win.fingitt to their advantage to buy. Call b(4
fore going elsewhere, if you want largitim. Also, 0,1,6
SafetyFluld Lamp for sale.
October 5,11.8534 y