Punchinello, Volume 1, No. 04, April 23, 1870 by Various


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Vol. 1. No. 4.


PUNCHINELLO


SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1870.


PUBLISHED BY THE


PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING COMPANY,


83 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.


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|CONANT'S PATENT BINDERS for "Punchinello," to preserve the |
| paper for binding, will be sent, postpaid, on receipt of |
|One Dollar, by "Punchinello Publishing Company," 83 Nassau |
| Street, New-York City. |
| |
|[Sidenote: PRANG'S WEEKLY BULLETIN OF CHROMOS.--"Easter |
|Morning," "Family Scene in Pompeii," "Whittier's |
|Birthplace." Illustrated Catalog sent, on receipt of stamp |
|by L. PRANG & CO., Boston.] |
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| APPLICATIONS FOR ADVERTISING IN |
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| "PUNCHINELLO" |
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| SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO |
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| J. NICKINSON, |
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| Room No. 4, |
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| 83 NASSAU STREET. |
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| The Greatest Horse Book ever Published. |
| |
| HIRAM WOODRUFF on the TROTTING HORSE OF AMERICA! |
| |
| _How to Train and Drive Him._ |
| |
| With Reminiscenses of the Trotting Turf. A handsome 12mo, |
| with a splendid steel-plate portrait of Hiram Woodruff. |
| Price, extra cloth, $2.25. |
| |
| The New-York Tribune says: _"This is a Masterly Treatise |
| by the Master of his Profession_--the ripened product of |
|forty years' experience in Handling, Training, Riding, and |
| Driving the Trotting Horse. There is no book like it in |
| any language on the subject of which it treats." |
| |
|Bonner says in the _Ledger_, "It is a book for which every |
| man who owns a horse ought to subscribe. The information |
| which it contains is worth ten times its cost." For sale |
| by all booksellers, or single copies sent postpaid on |
| receipt of price. |
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| Agents wanted. |
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| J. B. FORD & CO, Printing-House Square, New-York. |
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| Thomas J. Rayner & Co., |
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| 29 LIBERTY STREET, |
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| New-York, |
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| MANUFACTURERS OF THE |
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| _Finest Cigars made in the United States._ |
| |
| All sizes and styles. Prices very moderate. Samples sent |
| to any responsible house. Also Importers of the |
| |
| "FUSBOS" BRAND, |
| |
| Equal in quality to the best of the Havana market, and |
| from ten to twenty per cent cheaper. |
| |
| Restaurant, Bar, Hotel, and Saloon trade will save money |
| by calling at |
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| 29 LIBERTY STREET |
| |
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| GEO. B. BOWLEND, |
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| DRAUGHTSMAN AND DESIGNER, |
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| 160 FULTON STREET, |
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| Room No. 11. NEW-YORK. |
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| WEVILL & HAMMAR, |
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| Wood Engravers, |
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| No. 208 BROADWAY, |
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| NEW-YORK. |
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| PUNCHINELLO. |
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|With a large and varied experience in the management and |
|publication of a paper of the class herewith submitted, |
|and with the still more positive advantage of an Ample |
|Capital to justify the undertaking, the |
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| PUNCHINELLO PUBLISHING CO. |
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| OF THE CITY OF NEW-YORK, |
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|Presents to the public for approval, the |
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| NEW ILLUSTRATED HUMOROUS AND SATIRICAL |
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| WEEKLY PAPER, |
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| PUNCHINELLO, |
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|The first number of which will be issued under date of |
|April 2, 1870, and thereafter weekly. |
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|PUNCHINELLO will be _National_, and not _local_; and will |
|endeavor to become a household word in all parts of the |
|country; and to that end has secured a |
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| VALUABLE CORPS OF CONTRIBUTORS |
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|in various sections of the Union, while its columns will |
|always be open to appropriate first-class literary and |
|artistic talent. |
| |
|PUNCHINELLO will be entirely original; humorous and witty, |
|without vulgarity, and satirical without malice. It will |
|be printed on a superior tinted paper of sixteen pages, |
|size 13 by 9, and will be for sale by all respectable |
|newsdealers who have the judgment to know a good thing |
|when they see it, or by subscription from this office. |
| |
|The Artistic department will be in charge of Henry L. |
|Stephens, whose celebrated cartoons in VANITY FAIR placed |

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