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_CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....NOVEMBEE 2. 1865.
N. York Advertisements,
""CORNELIUS LOCKWOOD & CO.,
WHOI.K8A?S DK.U.KB8 _?
Brooms, JPainted JPails,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE. MATS, TWINE,
CORDAGE, French and Gorman Boskets, Houso
Furnishing Gex>ds, ChUeircn's Carrisgos, Ac.
No. '45 Fulton snd No. ?03 "Watcr-sts., N. Y.
Wooden Ware packed for exportation.
.LOCKWOOD.A. W. LOCKWOOD
October 28_ _ 6moB
SHACKELFOED, HASS & CO.
Comniission Merchants,
NO. 150 PRONT-STREET, NEW YORK,
lYO. 32 lWll_fl-.ST.BEEr, WILMINGTON, N. C.
ARE PREPARED TO BUY ?VND SELL ALE KINDS
OF MERCHANDISE, and the Productions of tho South.
ORDERS TAKEN FOR NORTH CAROLINA LUMBER
Ovtober 28 lnio
"MARVIN'Sli?W PARENT
ALUM AND DRY PLASTER
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
MERCHANTS' SAFES. BANKERS' STEEL BURG
LAR PROOF AND SPECIE CHESTS, Plato and
Jowelry Safes lor Dwelling Houses, of Ornamented
Patterns, with Marble tops.
Our Safes possess tho foUowlug advantages :
They combine the two most Are-proof substances
known.
They ore perfectly dry, and do not corrodo the Iron.
They do not lose their fire-proof qualities by ago.
Our Locks oro superior to any other? In eise.
MARVIN k CO.,
No. 2C5 Broadway, New York.
No. 721 Chestnut-streot, Philadelphia.
October 28_____lyr
ST?-XEi^~isr__--_srr)
FARCY DYEING ESTABLISHMENT,
OFFICE NOS. 5 AND 7 JOHN-STREET, NEW YORK.
I fio. 719 Broadway, N. Y.
Vio. 30? Fulton - street,
Ilrooklyn, and
No. 47 N. Elghth-st., Phil.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT, SO LONG KNOWN TO THE
country, continuos to DYE AND CLEAN ALL
KIN US OF DltESS GOODS, olthor In tho pioco or In
garments. Ladies' Dresses, Shawls, Ac., of Silk, 8atin,
Yclvet, Merino, and other fabrica, cleaned carefully,
without being ripped. Also, Gentlemen's Coats, Over
coats, runts, Vests, &c. Kid Gloves Cleaned or Dyod
Black.
Goodsforwardcel by express carofully attonelod to, and
returncel by express, If required.
October 28 2mo BARRETT, NEPHEWS k CO.
G. PAKSONS, ~
MANUFACTURER
HADFIELD'S
UNION FIRE WORKS.
IMPORTER CHINESE FIRE CRACKERS, ROCKETS, Ac
MANUFACTURER LANTERNS, FLAG3, Ac.
ALSO,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HIS OWN IMPORTA
TION OF
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS
No. 24 John stroet, noar Broadway, Now York.
October 28_1 vr
T*TT=t__F T _c --_I__y
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS.OF
Straw and Millinery Goods,
Nos. 381 and ?83 BROADWAY,
(oprosrra a. t. stkwajit,)
ISTEATV "5TO_l__
AFULL SUPPLY OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR THIS
market always on hand. Your patronage Is re
spectfully solicited. Ceno October 28
THE WASHINGTON IRON WORKS
HAVE ON HAND FOR SALE THEIR IMPROVED
PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, Portable Circular
Saw Mills, Gang Saw Mills, Flour and Corn Mills, and
manufacturo to order ?11 kinds of Steam Engines, Ma
rine, Stationary and Propeller, Railroad Cars and Turn
Tables, Iron Steam Vessels and Barges; also, General
Machinery, Iron and Brass Castings, largo and small
Forgings, kc, Ac. Address
GEO. M. CLAPP, Trescuror, Newburg, N. Y.
Or L. C. WARD, Agont, No. C5 Liberty-street, Room
No. 8, New York. lyr October 28
? Type Foundry and Printers* Emporium.
ESTABLISHED 1818.
HAGAR & CO.,
No. 38 Gold-street, New York City.
THIS OLD E3TABLD3HED FOUNDRY, HAVING A
large assortment of BOOK, NEWSPAPER, JOB
AND ORNAMENTAL TYPE, the proprietors oro pro
pared, with ample facilities, to promptly execute nil or
den for same, and Printing materials of every descrip
tion, including PRESSES of all manufactures.
Orders may bo addressed to A. J. BUBKB, our Agent
at Charleston, 8. C._6mos_Oetober28
AflMCCMWAL 1PLEMENTS,
nos. io, n, co, oo,
AND ALL OTHER PLOWS.
COTTON Grl-STS,
ANO AI? DKSOWFTIO?l or
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHTNERY,
For sale by the Manufacturers,
J. T. GOODWIN * CO.,
Nos. 23 and 31 Fulton-street, New York City.
September 25 3mo
ABRAHAM BUSSING,
_STo. Tl Jo_m*-street.,
NEW YORK.
AGENT FOR THE SALE OP
AUSABLE HORSE NAILS
GOSNOLD HORSE SHOES
RICHARDSON'S HORSE SHOES
HOBART'S TACKS, BRADS, &e.
Slant's Patent Combination Razor Strops
THE AU8ABLE HORSE NAILS ARE TTAtfMT.Rpm
from T V F Norway Iron, and warranted oqual to any In
?InL
Tho GOSNOLD HORSE AND MULE SHOES bolng
lighter than other brands, are woU adapted for the
Southern market.
Orders Filled at Lowest Market Prices.
Soptemi>er 23 _nos
TO THE
PAPER, ENVELOPE AND STATIONERY
TRADE OF THE SOUTH.
MESSRS. CUTTER, TOWER k CO. WOULD BE
spoctfeilly offor thou? stock on as favorable terms
oo can l>e fotuicl In the City of New York, auoh as Flat
Cap, Ruled Papers of all kinds, Cap, Letter, Octavo, Brit
ish, Bsth, kc Envelopes of aU kinds, In quantities from
1000 to I.lMW.Oe?. Manufacturers of Load Ponoils of all
kinds. Patent Rubborb??d Load Pencils, and Stool
Pens of all kinds. Wo also wlU stamp tho name of any
party on Leael Tonclls or Steel Pens whore much is or
dered. Our Buiomoter Inkstands, which we tako pleas
ure in offering la the traclo. Wo koop a largo stock of
Albums and Diarios for 1866. A List of Prices will bo
out to any party desiring one.
CUTTER, TOWER k CO.,
Corner of Nassau and Bookman-steets,
October 28 lyr Whltlock BuUding, New York.
ra??N PORCELAIN WORKS
MANUFACTURES
CHINA WARE FOR HOTELS, STEAMBOATS AND
FAMILY UHR.
Porcelain Dent*, Drawer and Shutter Knobs, plain or
de?*oratcd. AN?, floor Plates, Flngor Plates and tabloid
Number Plat?-. : Drawer Pulls and Knobs for Druggists'
2SrW.6fJ.' '" "''?rod or lettorcd, as may bo doalrod; POR
CELAIN HA .DW\RE TRIMMINGS of e?l descriptions.
si? ?. . SlHlH' ?* SMITH k CO., Proprietor?.
Offloe ho. .18 John-atreot, N. Y. Factory Brooklyn,
* ?- Sinos Octobor 28
N. York Advertisements.
J. GOULD 5 HONS,
K-OLTJSIV-LT
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
TEAS,
No. 183 (Jrfcinvlch-ritrcrl, New York.
September 28_amos
MERIDE?C?TLEEY COMPANY
MAN U rA.OTVR BBS
Of an oxteusl-o variety of suporlor
TABLE CUTLERY,
Having also on exclusive right to uso tho
Hard
Rubber
Handle
A NEW ARTICLE, warranted immovable, and not
affected by HOT WATER.
Butcher, Shoe Knives, &c.
Octohor 3 Cmos No. -I.'? Brvkman.it., N. Y.
"ho?seT?r??sb-?gT
?Cerri?n" Warcrooms, 601 Broadway, N. Y.
WHERE CAN BE FOUND CUTLERY, SILVER
Plated Ware, Tea TrayB, Water Coolers, Cream
Froezors, Refrigerators, Mangles, Clothes Wringers, Car
pet Sweepers, Wood, Tin, and Japanned Wares, _c.
Cooking Utensils of every description.
Soptombcr 21 3mos H. H. CASEY.
aburtus~&~c"?nsta?t7
BANKERS,
COR. FULTON AND WATEIt-STRKKTS,
Buy and soU UNITED STATES SECURITIES of aU
kinds at favorablo rates.
COLLEOTIONS promptly raado on aU accessible points
of the United 8tates and Canada.
FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DE
POSITS which may be wlthdi-awn without notice, as
with tho City Banks.
DRAFTS ON LONDON for ?1 and upwards.
September 21_3mo
NEW Y"ORK
STEAM ENGINE WORKS
BLKN?FACTUBERS OF
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
AND
MACHINISTS' TOOLS
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
?$- Manufactories: FOOT OF TWENTY-THTRD-ST.,
E. R.. N. Y., ami WORCESTER, MASS.
Office FOOT OF TWENTlf-THIRD-STREET, E. R., N.
Y.
&&- Every Machine built by us Is started and thor
oughly tested iu Bhop before being shipped.
8eptonibor 21 _ 3mo8
~^IHA RLES~?TC R A N ?,
V.'??'.HiESAl.I?',
PAPER WAREHOUSE,
No. 27 John-street,
NEW YORK.
Dealer in Writing, 'Wrapping, mid Print
ing Papers, Twine, ?._<-., A?c.
RAGS AND PAPER STOCK.
September 23 2mos
A. C. SCHAEFER, 1 JAS E. BROWN k CO.,)
OEO. Y. BARKER, } No. 33 S. Front Street,[
New York. ) Philadelphia. )
A. C. SCHAEFER. Jb.,
CORKER ?tUBT AND rn.\TT STREETS,
Baltimore.
Adolphus C. Schaefer & Co.,
(FORMERLY OF BALTIMORE,)
M?nerai Shipping & Commission
MERCHANTS,
O. Ill WATER-ST., NEW YORK.
AS- EVERY FACILITY OFFERED FOR CONSIGN
MENTS and execution of ordors in New York, Philadel*
pl_a, or Baltimore, by either house
August 14_tog*
JAMES CONNER'S SONS'
United States Type Foundry
AND
PRINTERS' WAREHOUSE,
Nos. 98, 30 and 3.9 Centre?street, New York,
Corner of Rendo?street.
THE TYPE ON WHICH THIS PAPER IS PRINTED
Is from the above Foundry. ly October 3
~TH__?EW YOBK BIBLE
ANS
COMMON PHAYEIt BOOK SOCIETY
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE ASSORT
MENT of ENGLISH and AMERICAN BIBLES and
Pray or Books, in Tarions styles of binding, to vf bich they
invite publie attention.
The trade supplied.
No?. 0 and 13 OOOPER UNION, New York.
Ssntember 21 2mo
W. B. BURTNETT,
(SUCCESSOR TO JAMES T. STEER)
No. 45 F?LT0N-STBEET,
MA!?IfFA<:T'JRHR OF
8T_ER k BiTR-TNE-TTS celebrated Patent PAINT and
WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
ALSO,
Fine Ground and Extra PAINT BRUSHES, and Brush
es of every description, of the best material and work
'onsbip.
09* Ordors promptly add faithfully executed.
34?ptember 23 Gmo
SCHESTCK'S
Machinery Depot,
JACOB B. SCHENCK, Agent,
No. 70 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
WOODWOBTH PLANING, TONGUTNG AND GROV
ING MACHINES; Sash and Blind Machinery;
Portable and Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers;
Page's Circular Saw Milla of the most approved ?son
Btruction, of aR sizes, and all kinds of Machinery for
working wood and iron. Also a superior quality of
LEATHER BELTING, RUBBER BELTING, PACKING,
Ac, kc
Ordors respectfully solicited, which trill receive
prompt attention. __o September 14
R. H. ALLEN & CO.,
Nos. 189 ?S? 101 WATER-ST., NEW YORK.
AGRIOIH.TURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY
of all kind??Plows, Harrows and Cultivators;
moll tools for tho Farm and Garden, suoh as apodos,
Shovels, Hoes, Forks, Rakoa, _c, and for Grass Hooks,
Scythes, SoythoStonos, and Agricultural Hardware in
general. ?
We offor, obio, & largo asaortmoiit of our own manu
facture of Hay Cutters, Coffee and Grain Mills, Sngar
?ills for Grocers' uso, Store Trucks of various patterns,
Etoad Scrapers, Wheelbarrows, ke.
Fe.rtlllzers of aU kinds, uuch as Coo'b Superphosphate
*>? Lime, puro Ground Bone, Peruvian Guano, and Pou
drette.
PORTABLE 8TEA M ENGINES, COTTON PRES
SES AND GINS.
SHEDS.
Every valuable American and Forolgn variety of
VEGETABLE, FLOWER and GRASS SEED and FIELD
GRAIN that has proved worthy of cultivation, grown
and selected ozproBsly for our trade
Sales mado in bulk, per pound or bushel, or in ?mall
packets, for retailing, by tho hundred or thousand,
October 8_ Smos
NATIONAL FLINT GLASS WORKS.
EDWARD RORKE & CO..
No. ?39 Pearl-Street, New Tork,
Manufacturera of
FLINT GLASSWARE AND COAL OIL LAMPS
of every description. Illustrated Catalogues, with price
Mate, sent froo on application. 3mo October 3
N. York Advertisements.
IIANUFACTUREK'S 1IA' .DrTAUE HOUSE
OF
HORACE W. LOVE & CO.,
No. 30 Cllfl-Strect, New York.
LIGHT EDOE TOOLS. SAWS. BITS, BELLS,
Wrought Iron (Joods, Stocks and Dios, Carriage
jolt?, Coach Sc.-cws, and General Hardware.
September 26 lyr
TE_-_STXE__JST~
THE ?BEAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
Nos. 35 AND 37 VESEY-STUEET, N. V.,
ARE RECEIVING CARGOES OF TEAS, AND ARE
scUiiig tboBi to tho Ufado at CARGO PRICES.
They keop a very completo uM.-eortm.ut, ?ed.eptod to the
Soutborn trade.
AU Glieds ore sold at STRICTLY ONE PRICE, and
from which there) is no deviation.
The Company malic a speciality if putting up TEAS in
caddies au?l papers, for tho Jobbing T'r.uie.
Tho Comp?ly lssuo a monthly Price List, which is
malic?1 regularly to customers, aid will btej sent to any
party ordering it freo of ehargo.
THE OREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
Nos. 33 and 37 Vescy-.-eticet, K. Y..
Soptembcr 26 - 3mos
~H?FP?RTY "& MoHU?H,
CORK
Importers, Manufacture i s ami Dealers,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. 69 FD-TON-STREET, NEW YORK.
September 26 lyr
Established 178U.
J. C. HULL'S SON,
(Formerly W. Holl k Son),
OFFICE No. 32 TARE ROW, NEW YORK.
JVS- FACTORY, CLIFF AND HAGUE-STREETS.
Soaps a-ncl Candles.
Upwards of ono hundred varieties TOILET SOAPS.
September 21 Jmo
LATE EDWARD DUNIOAN & BROTHER.
JAMES B. KIRKER,
Publisher of Catholic Books and (?encrai
Bookseller,
No. 599 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
September 21 3mos Tip Stairs.
BOOKS, STATIONE? AND ALBUMS,
FANCY UOODS, Ac.
At Wholesale and Retail.
SEND FOR OUR MAMMOTH CATALOGUE. MAIL
ED free. HILTON k CO.,
September 2a 3mo No. 123 Nassau-st., N. Y.
Established In 1817.
PAPER AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
NO CONNECTION WITH THE COMDINED MONOPO
LY FOR HIGH PRICES.
I OFFER THE LARGEST AND REST ASSORTE
stock of PAPER, of every description, to bo foun
In tlds country. Rooksedlers, Stationers, Printers and
Cinders will save money by first examiuiug my stock.
Orders by _aU promptly filled.
A. P. HARD, Wholesale Taper Dealor,
No. 41 Bcekman-strcet, N. Y. (Tho Old Stand).
September 23_3moa
J. P. D??SMORE,
[So. 30 DEY-STREET, NEW YORK,
Proprietor of the Peruvian Syrup [and Dr.
H. Ander _ Iodine Water.
WHOLESALE AGENT FOR WISTAR'S BALSAM OF
WELD CHERRY, Wahoo and Calisaya Bitters.
The Universal Safety Matches. 2mo September* 26
Excelsior Flint Glass-Works.
JOHN LEACH,
Warehouse, No. BOO Pearl-street, New York.
MANUFACTURER OF, AND WHOLESALE DEALER
in, DRUGG?IT'S GLASSWARE AND SUNDRIES.
Coal OU Lamps and Fixture/-, Table Glassware, in aU
varieties. Perfumers', Confectionoro'and Liquor Deal
ers' GLASSWARE. 3mo September 31
JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS,
OF THE OLD STAX-AKD QUALITY.
( JOSEPH
TRADE MARK:{ GILLOTT
( WARRANTED.
Or D<?criptive Name, and Designating Number.
8ECOND SERIES.?From No. 700 to 761.
t?? ?? ?r._.. (Joseph Giiaott, 1 With designating
T__>K Mabk-J ^um-^. J Number.
Fen- sale by
Enai Owe*, JOSEPH GILLOTT k SONS,
Solo Agent. No. 1)1 John-street, N. Y.
September 26 _lyr
JOHN T. MORBELL,
Successor to Jo_k Mooiie,
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE,
No. 193 Front-street,
NEW YORK.
A0BICULT1JBAL IMPLEMENTS
Embraoing a? the Net? and Most Af/proved
Patterns.
Plough? Sugar Mills
Harrows Store Trucks
Quitivatora Whool Barrows
forse Hoes Hand Carta
jotton Swoepa Fanning M_U
?oael Scrapers Coffee Mil?
Garden Rollers Grain Cradles
Field Rollers Scythes
Corn SheHora Sn'caths
Straw Cutters Shovels and Spades
8talk Cuttors Hay and Manure Forks
Cotton Gins Garden and Hay Rakes
Horse Powers and Threshing Machines,
WAGONS, CARTS, ?fee.
CASTINGS, of all hinds, made to order.
GUANO, GROUND BONE, POUDRETTE,
And all other Fertilizers, sold on the most favorable
terms.
October 6 Omoa
GARDNER, DEXTER k CO,,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOR THE SALB OF
COTTON. No. 110 PEARL-STREET, New York?No.
24 FR?N?LTN-STREET, Boston.
Having ampio moans for advances, a business ac
qu?n tanoo of twenty-five years with Eastern spinners,
and confining themselves strictly toa Commission Busi
ness without operating on their own account, respect
fully solicit consignments.
J. L. ABBOTT k CO., Mobile, Ala.,
Agents for Mississippi and Alabama.
0. E. DEXTER, Oolumbus, Agent for Goorgia.
Ootober _I_lyr
DICKERSON, REED & CO.
ncpoBTuis or ami? _u_M in
TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, COPPER, WIRE, ZINO,
and all othor articles for tinners use.
No. 20 and 31 CLIFF-ST., cor. FULTON, "
Soptembor 26_lyr Now York.
D. H. BALDWIN, N. York... .H. BRKIHAM, Savannah.
J. F. CUMMING9, N. York. ...CM. HOLST, Savannah.
D. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
No. 178 PEARL-STREET, N. Y.
BttiUIlAM, BALDWIN & CO.,
SAVANNAH, OA.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
49> LIBERAL ADVANCES mado on Cotton consigned
to ns at Now York, or to out friends in Europe. Orders
promptly flUod._3mos_September ?8
-__.. OAER,
NO. m COURTLANDT-STREET, NEW-YORK.
WROUGHT AND GALVANIZED IRON PIPE AND
FITTINGS
BRASS WORK
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES
AND BOILERS.
September 28 tSmo
N. York Mvertisements.
WH. MONTUO-ngRT, MACHINIST,
YONKKUS, N. V.,
HU-CCESSC*! TO TUK X. Y.
cu:n-?
iTF.AM SAW ?ILL AND IIA
:0_!'ANY.
' '-'-^ &Sgsg?iH^~si.::."7l
KANCFA 91-0ER O F
CIRCULAR, GANG AND MDLAY SAW MILLS
STEAM ENGINES AND BOlLEltS, GRIST MILLS Ac.
For dt'i*crii>tive Circulars and full information adaccM
I'VViL- LOP-JS, Agent,
September 2fl thstnOmo Chnrli-ston, S. C.
SIIA RI? ' S BILLIARD TABLES!
MANUFACTURER,
No. 148 Fulton-street, N. Y.
Septamber 21
Smo
F. ZOGBAUM & FAIRCHILD,
No. 10 Maiden Lane,
NEW YORK.
September 2S thstu 3mof
COTTON AM) WOOL HAND CARDS.
SARGENT
genuine;
& GO'S
AVHITTEMORE.
SARGENT.& CO.,
Hardware and Card Manufacturers,
No. 70 BEEKMAN-STREET, N. T.,
SOLE SUCESSORSTO THEWHITTEMORE -PATENT
SET," and only manufacturers of the GENU1NB
WHITTEMORE COTTON CAItDS.
Sealers are cautioned against worthless imitations.
October 28_. Gmos
THOMSON'S
"^?P SKIRT,
t the Bes t.
THOMSON'S
FRENCH ELASTIC SPRINGS,
The latest invention of the largest manufacturers of
Ladios' Crinoline In the vrorld.
W. S. THOMSON, LANGDON A CO.,
September 21 3mo No. 391 Broadway, N. Y.
HIRAIV1 TUCKER &. CO.,
_ANUFA?*-TOnERS OF AND WHOLESALE -BALERS IN
SPUING BEDS,
FOLDING WOOD COTS,
OF VARIOUS SIZES, WITH
UNDULATING SPRING BOTTOMS,
IRON BEDSTEADS,
AND
BRONZE GOODS FOR KEROSENE.
OUR SPRING DED HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY
used during the past nine yevra. and for neatness,
comfort ond ?durability, stands unrivalled ; It U simple
In Its construction, very portable, and can be used with
any bedstead.
The FOLDING COT has undulating spring slate, re
quires but littlo bedding, is woU made, and easy of trans
portation.
Our BRONZE CHANDELIERS, BRACKETS, HALL
LIGHTS, PENDANTS and STAND LAMPS, are a
novelty hi the market, chaste and beau?ful in deeIgn,
fully oquol in color and tono to tl10 best French bronze,
and almost indestructible in service.
Our faculties for manufacturing all of the above goods
ore of such a character that we are enabled to offer them
to the trade at prices tliat cannot fall to be satisfactory.
The trade furnished with Pattern Book and Price List
on application. HIRAM TUCKER _ CO.,
September 20 No. 69 John-street, New York.
"WYMAN, BYRD & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FOR TI-S SALB OF
COTTON, COTTON YARNS, SHEETING*
Shirtings, Jeans, &c,
No. 78 CHAMBERS-STREET, NEW YORK.
SAH.0- **') kto otO^tivaore, Md.
WH. GREGG, Jr., late of GranitevHlo, 8. C.
JAMES C. SMITH, of New York.
October 20 lino
J. C. DAYTON & CO.,
?fUCCESSORS TO DAYTON, SPRAO-E _ CO.,
(O Rectifiers, and Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, WINES ko.,
and Manufacturers of Alcohol and Cologne Spirit, 00 per
oent, No. 107 Front-street, and Nob. 3* and 30 Dosbros
Bfts-strcot, Now York
A largo supply of Old Ryo and Bourbon Whlakey on
t__d. XateblUhod In 1844. Cmoe . October S
N. York Advertisements.
GEO. WH. SOUTHWICK,
Wholesale Druggist,
9a<cc?Stor to Philip s? ill? n< n? und Co.,
ES'r__Bi_is__iijr> lre.j.
ID?TJCa-S ___ST__ MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS, EXTRACTS
AND MEDICAL PREPARATION.-?
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
O LASSWARB
DRUGGISTS' FURNITURE AND FIXTUBES,
Ami oil artklo? pertaining to (he buaineaa.
Wines aad Liquors for Medical Purposes,
No-. Ml AM) GO TESE--STREET,
NEW l'ORK.
a_rF_rtioalac.attcnti02 :>.v.?l to ordot-? by mail.
November'2_ IIimi.iijiuo -
LEONARD APPLEBY'S SON,
_.VN-UFACT-.ttE:t Ol-*
Celebrated Railroad Mills Snuff and
Tobacco,
IN FOIL PAPERS AND CANISTERS, ANO OENF.KA
Oeaien in ?EAF MAN-FACT-RED TOOACCO, SE
GAUS, fcc^ No. i:j3 Water, and t,r, Lluo-atreots. New
York.
CELEBRATED 8MOKDTG TOBACCO
Color -four Meerschaum
Or-uoea und Klirkilyklick.
N. B.?All orders for the celebrated Railratd MU??
Stiuir and catTobaoco will bo promptly ?ttondod to.
J. CHAS. APPI.EBY.
November 2_ tli.d-i'luios
UERRICKSON ?Si BARThETT,
UUor.?SAl.K
PAPER AND RAG DEALERS,
No. 30 Ucekmnit-Mtrcrt, N. "V.
PRINTING. WRIT?NG, WRAPPING AND COLORED
PopiiiH, Straw and Bindere'Board?, _ati? I P-v flng
Paper, Paner abtnuficturors'?Supplies, and s**'.. :uua of
Papcr-tnill Machinery. Paper of every *! .-.,.? ?jitus made
to order. Ragt* taken In exchange '"./.* T_per. Orden by
mail promptly attended to. 1;, r- Octubor 2ft
JAS. D. BARD, Agent,
Manufacturer of Bnrd& Brothers'(??old Fens,
PEN AND PENCIL, CASES,
SILVER, RURBER AND GOLD PLATED TELE
SCOPIC PEN CASES, TOOTH PICKS, Ac,
No. *i'i Plaldt-ii Lane, New VtivU.
Scntcmlier 23 ::mo'
?1. II. Pc-iidlcton.Wm. It. .Jouctt.
PEN DLETON & JOUETT,
(Formerly In St. Louis.)
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND
C.Ot-TT?O-NT FACTORIS,
No. ?S WATEIl-STKEET, NEW YORK.
ORDEIIS ARE SOLICITED FOR THE PCHCIIASE
or SALE of COTTON. SUGAR, MOLASSES, COP
FEE, Teas, Western Produce, Naval Stores, BosaUig,
Rope, kc, _c, which will receive our best pcrHonal at
tention. 1 in?? October 39
A. JONES,
DENTAL DEPOT,
No. 724 Broadway, New York.
Sepeall'cr 15 2mo
NOTICE TO TUE PUBLIC.
IN THE YEAR 184?. THE "WRITER EMBARKED IM
the DRUO BUSINESS lu t lio city of Philadelphia,
and while than engaged, made several experimente in
regard fb the moat desirable mode of preparing Fluid
Extracte. My efforts b?ng reoOMU".ful?tho articlce be
ing approved and used by tho Medical Faculty?I mi
den iron? of placing them before the public, but henilale*
for some time before oonclnding to rouort to nuwepapoc
advertising, knowing of tho prejudice? that existed hi
the minds of many against using advertised Medicxn** or
Nostrums, but through tho ad \ ico of friends and thoes
who had used them, this objection was overcome.
After 18years' exertions, commenoing in a small way,
the popularity of my article? has extended to all parta
of - the United States, and widely throughput foreign
cnuntriee ?aiid this in tho faco of much oppo?tiaa_
Every means has been resorted to by unprincipled deal
ers since their merit and success have been known?
such as advertising larger bottles at less price, const?v
ing all other preparation.!, and even copying my advecw
tisements?but I am happy to state that out of the many
who have resorted to this, none nave been succesafi_,
MY OBJECT
in this notice is to moke facts known to the public aad
respectable dealers, believing, after so many years' exer
tions, that the Druggists -trill discountenance such pro*
ceedings, and that the reputation of my articles may not
be damaged by the use of inferior or spurious on??.
Knowing that many may read this article who are a_
acquainted with me, I append a few remarks from t_osa
of my native city, and whose names are known in a_
parts of tho world :
"Being personally acquainted with Mr. H. T. Helm
bold, it affords me pleasure in stating I have been mo*
favorably impressed with his oucrgy and integrity, and
grot-led at his success." WM, WEIOHTMAN,
Firm of Powei? k Wkiout??i_r,
Ninth and Brown-streeU, Philadelphia?
[Evening Bulletin, Philadelphia.]
"When on a visit to the city of New York, a few day?
Btnce, I was Induced to call on our old friend and tovro_.
man, Mr. H. T. Helmbold, Druggist, ?594 Broadway?
N. Y. Hia store isa Model?a perfe?t Gem?the hand
somest of any we have ever bad the pleasure of viewing,
and so extensive, being 34 feet front, five storleB in
height, and over ?XI feet deep. It indeed affords tas
much pleasure to kuow that he has been so successfal?
and it its ample evidence of the merits of his articles?a_
in our whole busineBS experience we have not known e
the nueces of any articles without Merit?advert?ala
merely bringing tho name before the people."
[Bast?n Herald.]
"Wo do not like to advertise worthless wares, or art
cles calculated to deceive our readers; and when we ex?
an adver't_er ?ko Mr. Helmbold, whom we 1?>vo knows,
for years, gradually extend his advertising from year to
year, until he becomes the largest advertiser In the Dai
ted States, we are satiaflcd that the statements In regard
to his artlcloe must be correct."
Tho writer reluctantly inserts tho above, and would
not do eo were ho not a stranger to many ; and conclu??
by Btatlng the names of bis articles, and the diseases for
which they have been used by many thousands with,
complete success.
ADVKHT?E-K.NT.J
H< In i bold'?-' Extract of Buchu.
will euro all diseases of tho Kidneys and Bladder. ?Our?
Pain or Weakness in tho Back, Strictures, Ac; Cure
Weak Nerros, Loss of Memory, Trembling, Dimness
Vision.
HEL??BOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT OP BUCHU
Is a pure fluid extract, not a weak tea or infusion,
tho ono thing needful for all complaints incident to F
males. For particulars ?tend for circular.
HELMBOLD- FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
cures Gravel and Dropsical SwoUbigs oxiating in Mea
Women or Children; in fact, A__ DISEASES roqulrl_f
tho aid of a Diuretic It Is tho groatcat Tonio oud DU
nretlo knbwn?perfectly safe, pleasant in taste and odor
and immodlate in its action.
HELMBOLD'S
Fluid Extract of SsimipnrJIIu,
HiaiHA* CONCENTRATED.
One bottle equivalent In strength to ono gallon of the
Syrup of Detsoction.
It roo chea tho Boat of tho dlsoaso Immediately, cxppU.
lug all HUMORS OF THE BLOOD, and
BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
These article?, being o? Buch strength, the dose Is ex?
cecdingly nmol1. From this fact, it is UBod in tho United
States Army Hospitals and publlo Sanitary IcnUtutioua
throughout the land.
jO?~ Sold by all Druggists ovcry whoro.
gar Ask for Helmbola's. Take no other I
49~ Out out tho advertlsoraont and send for It, and -_
this means avoid Counterfoil. >
October 0 lm?

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