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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....DECEMBER 14, 1865.
N York Advertisements.1N. York Advertisements. N.York Advertisements. I N.York Advertisements. I N.York Advertisements.
?KIOK PORCELAIN WORKS
MANUFACTURE
CHINA WARE FOR HOTELS, STEAMBOATS AND
F A .VI LY CSE.
Porcelain I>oor. Drawer and Shutter Knobs, plain or
decorated Also, Door Pintes, I inger Plates and Shield
Xumber Plait s ; Drawer Pulls and Knobs for Druggists'
drawers, numbered or lettered, as .-nay be desired; POR?
CELAIN ELU DWARE TRIMMINGS of all descriptions.
THOa C. SMITH k CO.. Proprietors.
Office No. 38 John-street, N. Y. Factory Brooklyn,
E. D. 3nios October 98
B V R X I X G OF THE MUSE V M .
LETTSB FROM MR. BARNUM.
MESSRS. HERRING k CO. :-G ENTE EMEN
Tu< ucl the destruction of the American Museum
has provee a a ?rious loss to myself and the public, I am
happy to eerily the old adage, that "It'sau iii wind that
blows nobodj pood," and, consequently, congratulate
son that your veil-known Safes have again demonstrated
their superior lire-proof qualities in au ordeal of unu?
sual severity.
Hie Safe vor. made for mo some time ago was in the
office of th? Musenm, on the second floor, back part o?
?he building, and in the hottest ot the fire.
After twenty-four hours of trial it was found among
the debris, and on opening it this day, has yielded up its
conteuts in very good "brier-books^ papers, policies ol
insurance, bink bills, all in condition for immediate
use, am' a nollie commentary on .he trustworthiness o?
Herring '? 1'ire- Proof Safes.
Trulj yours, P. T. BARNUM.
New Tori, Jidy 14, 1865.
HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFES.
The most re'iallc protection from fire now known.
HERRING ft CO.'S PATENT BANKERS' SAFES, with
Herring & Floyd's Patent Crystalized Iron, the best
securitv against, a burglar's drill ever manufactured.
HERRING lc CO., '
No. 251 Dre adway, cor. Murray-street, New i erk.
TARBELL. HERRIN? ft CO., Philadelphia.
HERRING ti CO., Chicago.
November 2 ?mo
Type Fcuntlry and Printers' Emporium.
ESTABLISHED H18.
HAGAF& CO.,
No. 3S Gold-street, New York City.
fltHIS OLI ESTABLISHED FOUNDRY, HAYING A
J. largo assortment of BOOK, NEWSPAPER. JOB
AND ORNAMENTAL TYPE, the proprietors are pre?
pared, with ample faciUtios, to promptly execute all or?
ders for samo, and Printing materials of every descrip?
tion, including PRESSES of all manufacture s.
. Orders may be addressed to A. J. BURKE, our Agent
St Charleston, S. C. fimos October 28
in?DMl IMPLEMENTS,
NOS. '.0, lt, 50, GO,
AND ALL OTHER PLO TTS.
COTTON GINS,
asm ALL DEscnimoNs OF
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY,
For sale by the Manufacturers,
J. T. GOODWIN & CO.,
Nos. 09 and 31 Fulton-street, New York City.
September 23 3mo
TO THE
PAPER, ENVELOPE AND STATIONERY
TRADE OF THE SOUTH.
.m,fES?R9. CUTTER. TOWER ft 00. WOULD RE
JWJL *p?wCfUlly o Ter ?bi ir ?tock on ?? f?vor?ble term*
BS can bc found i i the City of New York, auch as Flat
Cap, Ruled Papers of all kinds. Cap. Letter, Octavo, Brit?
ish, Bath, fcc. Envelopes of all kinds, in quantities from
1000 to 1,000,00". Manufacturers of Lead Pencils of all
?kinda. ' Patent R lbber-head Lead Pencils, and Steel
Pens of all kin'Vs. We also will stamp thc name of auy
party on Lead Pencils or Steel Pens where much ls or?
dered. Our Baron eter Inkstands, which we take pleas
ure in offering to the trade. Wo keep a large stock of
Albums and Diaries for 18G6. A List of Prices will be
sent to any party d ?siring one.
CUTTER. TOWER k CO.,
Corner of Nassau and Beekman-sfets,
Whitlock Building, New York.
f October 23 lyr No. 89 Deveushire-stroet, Boston.
G. PARSONS,
MANUFACTURER
HADFIELD'S
UNION FIRE WORKS.
DEPORTER CHINESE FIRE CRACKERS, ROCKETS, kc
MANUFACTURER LANTERNS, FLAGS, kc
ALSO,
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HIS OWN IMPORTA?
TION OF
TOYSAND FANCYGOODS
No. 24 John street, near Broadway, New York.
October 28 1 vr
ItRulFT Ss KT.TT.Ti,
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS.OF
Straw and Millinery Goods,
NOS. '??I anti ?83 BROADWAY,
?OPFWSITE A. T. STEWART, )
INTEW TORK;.
AFULL SUPPLY OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR THIS
market always on hann. Your patronage ls re?
spectfully solicited. 6mn October 28
~llORmi?S~L?CEW?OI) ?Tc0M~
WHOLESALE DEALEUS IN
Brooms, ^Painted Fails,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, MATS, TWINE,
CORDAGE, French and German Baskets, House
Furnishing Goods, Children's Carriages, ftc.
So. ?5 Fulton und No. 205 Water-sts., X. Y.
Wooden Ware packed for exportation.
.LOCKWOOD.A. W. LOC KWOOD
October 28 _ 6moR
M?a???NGam?^WMPANT
SIANCFACITREllS
Of an extensive varietv of superior
TABLE CUTLERY,
Having also an exclusive right to use the
Hard
Rubber
Handle
A NEW ARTICLE, warranted immovable, and not
affected by HOT WATER.
Butcher, Shoe Knives, &c.
October 3 dinon No. -15 Bcrkman-st., X. Y.
HOLLEY'S AMKHICAN AHD KUROx?EAX
RAILWAY PRACTICE.
IN THE ECONOMICAL GENERATION OF STEAM,
and the adaptation <>f WOOD and COKE-BURNING
ENGINES to COAL-BURNING ; and in permanent way,
including Road, Bcd, Sleepers, Rails, Joiat Fastenings,
street Railways, etc., etc. By A. L, HOLLEY, B. P.,
W'th 77 iUustrations. 1 vol., folio, cloth. *12.
D. VAN NOSTRAND, Publisher,
Novembers 3mo No. 161 Broadway.
NATIONAL FLINT GLASS WORKS.
EDWARD RORKE & CO..
Xo. Pearl-Street, Kew York,
- Manufacturers of
FLINT GLASSWARE AND COAL OIL LAMPS
of every description. Illustrated Catalogues, with price
lists, sent '.ree on application. Hmo October 3
j. c. KOCH7
No. 35 Beekmaii-street,
Corner of William, New York,
MANUFACTURER OF
PWoraMc Alt) mis. Music Paper. Folios.
BOOKS, ?fcc.
November 25 ??ruos
J.UIES CONNER'S SONS'
United States Type Foundry
PRINTERS- WAREHOUSE,
Kos. ?S, HO and [>i Centrc-atreet, Xcw York,
Corner of Keade-street.
THE TYPE ON WHICH THIS PAPER IS PRINTED
Is ?r&a :LC aleve Foundry. ly October 3
BOOKS, STATIONERY AND ALBUMS,
FAXC'Y (iOODS, ftc.
At Wholesale nnd Retail.
SKxr> Fun ont MAMMOTH CATALOG CE. MAIL?
ED free. BILTON * co.,
pirjitcnibcr 2rt ">mo No. 12-: Naasau-St., N. Y.
MARBURG & CO,
Importers and Maimfiicfureis of Segars,
No. 103 Pearl-Street,
NEW YORK:.
November 4 3mo
HOUSE FURNISHING.
"Berriau">Varerooins, G01 Broadway, >\ Y.
WHERE CAN BE FOUND CUTLERY, SILVER
Plated Ware, Tea Trays, Water Coolers, Cream
Freezer.--, Refrigerators, Sf angles, Clothes Wringers, Car?
pet Sweepers, Wood, Tin, and Japanned Waree, kc.
Cooking Utensils of every description.
September 21 3mos H. H. CASEY.
"TARRANTS
EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT,
FOB TH I I!V Y YEARS HAS KEOKIVED THE FA?
VORABLE recommendation of the public, and
been used and prescribed by the
FIRST PH rSICIAXS IM THE LAND
AS TUE
BEST REMEDY KNOWN
FOB
Sick Headache,
Nervous Headache,
dyspepsia, :>-?Mmach. B"
ious Headache, Dizziness, Costiveness,
Loss cf Appetite, Gout, Indigestion, Torpidity of the
Liver, Gravel, Rheumatic Affections, Piles,
Heartburn, Sea Sickness, Bil?
ious Attacks,
Fevers,
And all pimilar complaints peculiarly incidental to the |
Spring and Summer Seasons.
It is particularly adapted to the wants of Travelers by
Sea and Land, Residents in Hot Climates, Per?
sons of Sedentary Habits, Invalids
and Convalescents. Captains of
Vi ssela and Planters will
find it a valuable ad?
dition to their
Medicin?
Chests.
For Testimonials, kc, sec pamphlet with each bottle.
Manufactured only by
TARRANT AND CO.,
No. 278 GREENWICH-STREET, NEW YORK,
erg- For sale by all Druggists.
November 20 Cmos
HELMIWLD'S
FLUID EXTRACT BI?C?1
Non-Retention or Incontinence of Urine, Irritation, In?
flammation or Ulceration of the Bladder or Kidneys,
Diseases of the Prostata Gland, Stone in the Bladder,
Calculus, Gravel or Brick Dust Deposit, and all Disease;
of the Bladder. Kidneys, and Dropsical Swellings.
.IIELMBOLDS
FI/UTID EXTRACT BTJCT?TJ
FOR WEAKNESSES
ARISING FROM EXCESSES CR INDISCRETION.
Tho Constitution once aJectcd by Organic Weaknesses,
requires the aid of i edicine to strengthen and invigo?
rate the systeiu, which Heluibold's Extract Buchu tl
variably docs. If no treatment be submitted to, Con?
sumption or Insanity may ensue.
HELM BOLD'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
In affections peculiar to females, is unequalled by any
other.preparation, as in Chlorosis or Retention, Irregu?
larities. PMnfnlntfi or suppression ot customary evacu?
ations. Ulceration or Scirrhotis state of tba Uterus, Lett
corrheca, an I all complaints incident to the sei, whether
arising from habits of dissipation, imprudences, or in
the Decline or Change of Life.
HELMB OLD'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
AND
IMPROVED ROSE WASH,
Will radically exterminate from the system Diseases ol
the Urinary Organs arising from habits of dissipation,
at little expense, Utile nc no change in diet, and no ex?
posure, complete!;.- superseding those unpleasant and
dangerous remedies. Copabia and Mercury, in curing
those unpleasant and dangerous diseases.
USE HELMBOLB'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
in all cases of the Urinary Organs, whether existing in
male or female, lrom whatever cante originating, and
no matter of how long standing. It is pleasant in taste
and odor, immediate in its action, and more strengthen?
ing than any of the preparations of Bark or Iron.
Those suffering from Broken-down or Delicate Consti?
tutions, procure the remedy at once.
The reader mus?, be aware that however slight may be
the attack of thu above disease, it is sure to affect his
bodily health, mental powers, happluess, and that of his
posterity. Our rlesh and blood aro supported from these
source*.
PHYSIC USS, PLEASE NOTICE !
We make no secret of the ingredients. HELM
BOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU is composed of
Buchu, Cubebs, and Juniper Berries, selected with great
care, and prepared in vacuo by //. T. HELMBOLD,
Druggist and Chemist of sixteeu years' experience in
the city of Philadelphia, and which ls now prescribed
by the most eminent physicians, has been admitted to
usc iu tho United States Army, and is also in very gen?
eral use in the State Hospitals and public Sanitary In?
stitutions throughout the land.
?at- Direct letters to
HELMBOLD'S
DRl'G AND CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE,
594 Broadway, New York,
- OR
HELMBOLD'S "MEDTTiL DEPOT.
104 South Tenth-street (below Chesnut),
PHILADELPHIA.
Sold by Druggists Everywhere.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK FOR HELMBOLD'S,
November li Imo
LATE EDWARD DUNIGAN # BROTHER.
JAMES B. KIRKED
Publisher of Catholic Books and General
Bookseller,
No. 509 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
September 21 :?ui<s Upstairs.
NEW YORK
3TEAM ENGINE WORKS
MANUFACTURERS OF
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
MACHINISTS' TOOLS
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Manufactories: FOOTuF TWENTY-THIRD-ST.,
E. H., N. Y.. and WORCESTER, MASS.
Office FuuT Ol' TW'ENTY-THLRD-STREET, E. Y.., N.
Y.
A?- Every Machine built by us is .?tarted and thor?
oughly tested in shop before being shipped.
September 21 3nios
A. C. SCHAEFER, 1 JAS E. BROWN * CO., )
OEO. V. BARKER, j No. 38 S. Front street, J
New York. ) Philadelphia. )
A. C. SCHAEFER, Jn.,
COaSEl: LKiHT AND PRATT STREETS,
Baltimore.
Adolphus G. Schaefer <fc Cc
(FORMERLY OF BALTIMORE,)
General Shipping & Commissic
MERCHANTS,
0. Ill UM TE EST., NEW YOE
?-EVERY FACILITY OFFERED FOR CON'SIG
MENES ind execution of order? io New York, Philuil
phin, or Baltimore, by either house
August 14 _ fimo*
AV. B. BURT NETT,
?SUCCESSOR TO JAMES T. STEER)
No. 45 FULTON-STREET,
MANUFACTURER OP
STEER ?: BCRTNETTS celebrated P?tcnt PAINT ai
WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
AlJtO.
FiDe Ground and Extra PAINT BRUSHES, and Brus
cg of ?very description, of tho best material and wot
anship.
ey Orders promptly and faithfully executed.
September 23 fimo
D. H. BALDWIN, N. fori_H. BRIGHAM, Savanna
J. P. CUMMINGS, N. York... .C. M. HOLST, Savanna
1). H. BALDWIN A CO.,
WO. 1 7 H PEARL-STREET, Ti. 1
BRIGHAM, BALDWO & CO..
SAVANNAH, GA.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
tO- LIBERAL .ADVANCES made on Cotton consist
iv ..a ai >ew Tutk, or to our friends in Europe. Orde:
promptly Ulled._Smos September 28
R. H. ?LLE?TTc?j""
Nos. 189 & 191 WATER-ST., NEW YORK
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINER
of all k'nds-Plows, Harrows and Cultivator!
mall tools for tho Farm and Garden, such as Spade
Shovels, Hoes, Forks, Rakes, kc, and for Grass Hooki
Scythes, Scythe-Stones, and Agricultural Hardware i
general.
Wo offer, also, a large assortment of onr own manr
facture ot Hay Cutters, Coffee and Grain Mills. Suca
Mills for Grocers' use. Store Trucks of various pattern!
Road Scrapers, Wheelbarrows, kc
Fertilizers of all kinds, SUCH as Coe's Bnperphcsphat
jf Lime, pure Ground Boue, Peruvian Guano, and Pou
drctte.
PORTADLE STE.J M ENGINES, COTTON TUES
SES AND GINS.
SEEDS.
Every valuable Am?nean and Foreign varletv fi
VEGETABLE, FLOWER and GRASS SEED and FIERI
GRAIN that has proved worthy of cultivation, grow)
and selected expressly for cur trade.
Sales made In bulk, per pound or btn-hel, or in smal
packets, for retailing, by the hundred or thousand,
October s amos
Established 17S0.
J . C . HULL'S SON,
(Formerly W. HCLL ,t SON),
OFFICE No. 32 PARK ROW, NEW YORK.
?*T FACTORY, CLIFF AND HAGUE-STREETS.
Soaps and Candler?.
Upwards of ons hundred varieties TOILET SOAPS.
September 21 Tmo
HAFFERTY & McHUGH,
CORK
Importers, Manufacturer? and Dealers..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. C9 FTJLTON-STBEET, NEW YORK.
September 2.r> lyr
JOSEPH (JILLOTT'S STEEL PENS,
or THE OLD STANDARD QUALITY.
( JOSEPH
TRADE MARK: GILLOTT
( WARRANTED.
Or Descriptive Name, and Designating Number.
SECOND SERIES.-From No. 700 to 701.
T?Anv At ?UK- ) JosEpH GILLOTT, 1 With designating
IRADh .MARK. ^ WAnSAKTXD. ] Number.
For sale by
HE.MRY OWEN, JOSEPH GILLOTT & SONS,
Sole Agent No. Ul John-street. N. Y.
September 25 lyr
J*. C. DAYTON <* CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DAYTON, SPRAG?E & CO.,
Rectifiers, and Dealers In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, WINES tte.,
and Manufacturers of Alcohol and Cologne Spirit, 95 per
cent., No. 107 Front-street, and Nos. 31 and 30 Dcsbros
ses-strcet. New York
A large supply of Old Rye ind Bourbon Whiskey on
hand. Established In 18?. fimos October 3
Established in 1*17.
P.APER AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
NO CONNECTION WITH THE COMBINED MONOPO?
LY FOR HIGH PRICES.
IOFFER TUE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTE
stock of PAPER, of every description, to bo fouu
in ttiis ceuntry. Booksellers, Stationers, Printers anJ
Binders will save money by tlrst camming my stock
Orders by mail promptly filled.
A. P. HARD, Wholcsalt Paper Dealer,
No. 44 Beekman-street, N. Y.fThe Old Stand).
September 23 3mos
JOHN T. HORBELL,
Successor to JOUN MKMIE,
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE,
No. 193 Front-street,
NEW YORK.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Embracing ali the New and MDSI Approved
Pattern*.
Ploughs Sugar Mills
Harrows Store Trucks
Cultivators Wheel Barrows
?orse Hues Hand Girts
Jot ton Sweeps Fanning Milla
Hoad Scrapers Coffee Mills
Gankn Rollers Grain dadles
Field Rollers Scythes
Corn Shelton Snoatha
Straw Cutters ?Shovels and Spades
Stalk Cutters Hay .. id Manure Forks
Cotton Gins [Garden and Hay Rakes
U?iwa Paw ara awl Tlu-o&lilug Mueluues,
WAGONS, CARTS, Ac.
CASTINGS, nf all kinds, made tn order.
GUANO, GROUND BONE, POUDRETTE,
And all other Fertilizers, unid on the most favorablo
terms.
October S Cmos
FITZHlCiH, WILMER & ( 0.,
Commission ]S4Cerchants
FOR THF. SALE OF WESTERN A>'D SOUTHERN
PRODUCE, and for th. purchase of Merchandise
generally. Also, Agents for the purchase and sale of
Heal Estate.
Nos. lound 42 Broadway and Xo. 53 New?
sreel, New York.
L. H. FITZHCGH, of Kentucky.
W. L. WILMER, of Philadelphia, Pa.
THOMAS C. GALE, of No-folk, Va.
GRAHAM L. HUGUES, of St. Louis, yo.
November 20 fimos
MANHOOD AND THE VIGOROF YOUTH
restored in four weeks, by Dr. RICORD'S ES?
SENCE OP LIFE. fcr. Rieord (oi Paris), after years of
earnest solicitation, has at length acc?dai tu the earnest
] requests of the American public, and appointed an Agent
I in New York for Ute sale ot his valued and highly-prized
. Essence of Life. This wonderful agtat witt restore
manhood to the most shattered coiistiUticns, whether
arisiug from excesses, the effects of climate, or natural
eau?-.-. The time required to cure the most inveterate
casi' is four weeks; and if used according to printed in?
structions, which an: very simple, failure is impossible.
This Life-restoring remedy should be taken by all auout
lo marry, as its effect are permanent It ia acknowledged
by the medical press to be the greatest dis every ever
made. Ita developing ?lowers are miraculous, success
in every case is as certain as that fciencc overthrows ig
uoranee. Dr. lii.ord's Essence of Life is sold in
cases, with full Instructions for use, at 83, or four quan?
tities in one for *..?, and will be sent to any part, carefully
packed, on receipt ol remittance to his accredited agent,
PHILIP ROLAND,
November 23 lyr No. 3? Liberty-street, New York.
GARDNER. DEXTER & CO,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOR THE SALE OF
COTTON, No. 116 PEARL-STREET, New York-Re
I fer to National American Exchange Bank; No. 24
FRANKLIN-STREET, Boston-Refer to National Raak
of Commerce, National Revere Hank.
Baring ample meena for advances, ? buiduosg ac
gnaintance of twenty-five yearn with Eastern spinners,
and confining themselves strictly toa Con-mission busi?
ness without opera Ung on their own account, respect?
fully soli it consignments.
J. L ABBOTT ft CO.. Agents in Mobile.
C. E. DEXTER, Agent iu Columbus, Ga.
October 29 lyr
DICKERSON, REED & CO.
ot pun run OF ANO DEALERS rs
TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, COPPER, WIRE, ZINC,
and all other articles for tinners use.
No. 29 and 31 CLIFF-ST., cor. FULTON,
_Scptrmber 23 lyr New York.
MARVIN'S NEW PATENT
ALUM AND DRY PLASTER
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
MERCHANTS' SAFES. BANKERS' STEEL BURO
LAB PKOOF AND SPECIE CHESTS. Plato and
Jewelry Safes for Dwelling Houses, of Ornamented
Patterns, u-.th.Marble tops.
Our Safe" possess thc following advantages :
They combine tho two most fire-proof substances
known.
They are perfectly dry. ?nd rio not corrode tho Iron.
They do not lose their fire-proof qualities by age.
Our Locks are superior to any others in use.
MARVIN * CO.,
No. 2C5 Broadway, New York.
No. 721 Chestnut-street, Philadelphia.
Agents-WM. M. BIKU k CO.-, No. 203 East Bay,
Charleston. lyr October 28
STATEJNT ISLAND
FANCY DYEING ESTABLISHMENT,
OFFICE NOS. 0 ANB 7 JOHN-STREET, NEW YORK.
fifo. 715 ?roadirny, N. Y.,
'No. 2?'J Pnlt on - street.
Brooklyn, and
I No. 47 N. Elgtith-st., Phil.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT. SO LONG KNOWN TO THE
country, continues to DYE AND CLEAN ALL
KINDS OF DRESS GOODS, either In the niece or in
garments. Ladles' Dri sses, Shawls, ftc, of Silk, Satin,
Velvet, Merino, anil otliei fabrics, cleaned carefully,
without being ripped. Also, Gentlemen's Coats, Over?
coats, Pants, Vests, ftc. Kid Gloves Cleaned or Dyed
Black.
Goods forwarded by express carefully attended to, and
returned by cxpn ss, if reqnlred.
October 28 too BARRETT. NEPHEWS ft CO.
COTTON AND WOOL HAM) CARDS.
BRANCH OFFICES
SARGENT
GENUINE
& CO'S
WHITTEHORE,
SARGENT7& CO.,
Hardware anti Card Mannfactorers,
No. 70 BEEKMAN-STREET, N. Y.,
SOLE SCCE>SORS TO THE WHTTTEMORE "PATENT
SK I ," and onlv manufacturers of tho GENUINE j
WHITTEMORE COTTON CARDS.
In alert are cautioned against worthhss Imitations.
October 88 6moa
SHARP'S BILLI A It I> T A BLES!
MANUFACTURER,
No. 148 Fulton-street, N. Y.
September 21
HIRAM TUCKER & CO.,
MAXUFACTUUEKS OF AND WHOLESALE HEALEKS IN
SPUING BEDS,
FOLDING WOOD COTS,
OF VARIOUS SIZES, WITH
UNDULATING SPRING BOTTOMS,
IRON BEDSTEADS,
uto
BRONZE GOODS FOR KEROSENE.
OUR SPRING BED HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY
used durinj the ptat nine yettrs, and for neatness,
comfort and durability, stands unrivalled; it la simple
in its construction, very portable, and eau be used with,
any bedstead.
The FOLDING COT has undulating spring slats, re?
quires but little beddiug, is well made, and easy of trans?
portation.
our BRONZE CHANDELIERS, BRACKETS, BALL
LIGHTS, PENDANTS and STAND LA M I'S, ard a
novelty in tli" market, chaste and beautiful m design,
hilly equal In celor and tone to the best French bronze,
and almost Indestructible in service.
Our facilities for manufacturing ah of the above gooda
are of such a character that we are enabled to offer them
to the trade at prices that cannot fail to be satisfactory.
The trade furnished with Pattern Book aud Price List
on application. HIRAM TUCKER ft CO.,
September 29 No. .79 John-street, New York._
A. CARR,
NO. 45 CO V ll TL A ND T- S TR EE T, NEW-YORK.
-ITTROUtiHT AND GALVANIZED IRON PIPE AND
VV FITTINGS
BRASS WORK
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES
AND DO IL EltS.
September 23 _Cum
TEAS! TEAS!
Tili: CHEAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
Nos. 35 AND 37 VESEY-STREET, N. Y.,
? jtF RECEIVING CARGOES OF TEAS. AND ARE
A. selling them to the Trade at CARGO PRICES.
They keep a Very complete assortment, adapted to the
Southern trade.
All Goods are sold at STRICTLY ONE PRICE, and
from which there is no deviation.
The Company make a speciality of putting up TEAS in
caddies and papers, for the Jobbing Trade.
The Company lieue a monthly Price List, which is
mailed regularly to customers, and will be sent to any
party ordering it free of charge.
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
Nos. 3."? and 37 Vescystrcct, N. Y..
September 25_ __I??3.
THOM S ON? S
NEW Uff SKIRT.
Get the Best,
THOMSON'S
FRENCH ELASTIC SPRINGS,
Thc latest invention of the largest manufacturera of
Ladies' Crinoline in the world.
W. S. THOMSON, LANGDON ft CO.,
Sep 'her 21 3mo No. C?1 Broadway, N. Y.
NORTH UIVER "
AGRICULTURAL WORKS,
(HUFFING & CO., Proprietors.
WAREHOUSES :
Nos. 58 and 60 Cortlandt-street,
TSTEW YORK.
MANUFACTURERS OF ANT) DEALERS IN PLOWS;
Harrows, Cultivators, Cotton Sweeps, Hay Presses?
Cotton Presses, cider Tresses, Grain Cradles, Churns, Ca
Dows. Ox Yokes, Well Buckets, Sugar Mills, Corn Milla,
Cider Mills, Fan Mills, Saw Mills. Corn Sheller?, St?r?
Trucks, Wheelbarrows, sugar Pans, shovels, spades,.
Hoes, Forks, Rakes, Scythes, Hay Cutters, Sausage Cai- -
ters. Vegetable (.'utters, Hand Carts, Mule Carts, Cut
Carts, Farm Wagons, Horse Powers, Threshing Ma?
chines, Cotton Gins, Mowers and Reapers, kc.
Garden, Field and Fiower Seeds.
Hoyt's Super-Phosphnte of Lime, Bouc Manure, Poa*,
drette. Plaster, kc.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Glasgow Fertilizer Company'!. Phesphfttic and A mm em?
ulated Guano and Super-Phosphate of Lime, and Br?cela
Concentrated Manure.
Trade supplied. Order direct from
GRIFFING & CO:,
Nos. 58 and CO Cortlandt-street, New York..
November 18 4mos
BOG?RT & EVANST"
WHOLESALE
PAPER DEALERS AND 3?ANUPACTURERS ;
Nos. 23 PLATT AND 20 AND 22 GOLD-STS., N. Y.
PAPER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, SIZE OR QUAL- .
IT Y constantly on hand, or made to order. Ateo,
Binders, Trunk and Straw beards. ly October 29
ABURTUS & CONSTANT"
BANKERS,
COR. FT.ri.TON ANO WATER-STREETS,
Buy and sell UN IT'ED STATES SECURITIES ni al?
kinds at favorable rates.
COLLECTIONS promptly made on all accessible point?
of the United States aud Canada.
FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DE?
POSITS which may be withdrawn without notice, as
with tho Citv Banks.
DRAFTS ON LONDON .'or ?1 and upwards.
September 21 3mo
DE It RICK SON ?fe BARTLETT,
WHOLESALE
PAPER AND RAG DEALERS,
No. ?'O Bcekman-strcet, N. Y.
PRINTING. WRITING, WRAPPING AND COLORED
Papers, Straw and Binders' Boards, Tarred Roonne
Paper, raper Manufacturers' Supplies, and all kinds ar
Paper-mill Machinery, Paper of every description mad?
to order. Rags taken in exchange for Paper. Orders by
mail promptly attended to. lyr October 28
JAS. D. BARD, Agents
Manufacturer of Rani k Brot hers' Gold Pen*?,
PEN AND PENCIL CASE?,
SILVER, RUBBER AND GOLD PLATED TELE?
SCOPIC PEN CASES, TOOTH PICKS, AC'.,
No. i?'? Munit ii Lane, New York.
Reotamber i'? 3m?
MAXIFACTURE R'S HARDWARE HOUSE
OF
HORACE W. LOVE & CO.,
No. :?0 CHtT-Strcct, Kew York.
ORDERS FOR ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE promptly
attended to
Cotton and other Southam products received on coo- .
signmeiit, or in payment lyr september 15
HENRY SEIBERT & BROS.,
LITITOGrRAPIIEES,
NO. ?JJ FULTON-STREET, NEW YORK..
RAILROAD BONDS, STOCKS AND COMMERCIAL.
BLANKS of every description, executed iii tb?
best style of the art. thstutimo November IC
HARRIS & BROTHER,
PAPER WAREHOUSE,
No. 10 .IOHX-STREET,
CORNER OF DUTCH-STREET, NEW YORK.
MANUFACTURERS OF ENGLISH GLAZED HARD?
WARE AND BLASTING PAPERS.
A general assortment of all kinds of Papers and Twine*
Paper Stock bought. UlStuOmos November IC
Daniel Hodgman,
MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN
ALL KINDS OF
INDIA RUBBER GOODS,
No. 27 Maiden Lane,.
HEW YORK.
November 2 tlistu3mo
JEWELRY AM) MASONIC EMBLEMS.
B. T. H?YWAED,.
Manufacturing Jeweller,
No. ?OS Broadway, eorner Fulton-street,
NEW YOEE.
THE ATTENTION OF THE JEWELRY AND FANCY
Goods Trade ls especially Invited to UK very large
assortment Which this stock emprises. New style BELT
BUCKLES, Hair Ornamenta, Sets of Jewelry, Chains ol
ull kinds, Lockets, Bracelets. Rings, Scarf Pin?, MA?
SONIC EMBLEMS, Keystone Marks, together with aral!
assortment of everything in thc Jewelry line.
Parties wishing to order will please enclose $5 asm
guarantee that they will u.ke the package, and specify
the amount they would like to have sent, aud they can
pay the express and have the privilege of returning any.
thing they may wish t.>, and get their money. Specify
the nature of thc business you vaut the Jewelry' lor, so
that I can select good? appropriate thereto. An inapee
Uon <>t my various assortments will be cheerfully allow
ed without any obligation to purchase.
October ja stutl>2nio
.B.J.BECK &CO.
No. i> PINE-STREET, NEW YORK,
MANUFACTURING STATIONERS,
JOB PRINTERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS,
Wholetaleand Retail D'o!-r.< in Fint-ClauO?ctFixturts.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A SPLENDID ASSORT?
MENT of Foreign and Domestic LETTER AND
NOTE PAPER. Envelopes of every size and quantity.
Certificates of Steck. Ronds. Checks Notes, DratK
Dilta of Exchange, Billheads and Cards, fcc, tastefully
executed.
Olden by mail will rec ive prompt attention at low?
est caa ll prices.
B. J. BECK.CHAS. NEWBOURG
October 'lt stnthlyr
IP. "W. DEBHAM_,
(SUCCESSOR TO J. A. H. HASBBOUCE fc CO.,)
Wholesale and Retail Stationer, Blank Book.
Manufacturer,
LITHOGRAPHER AND PRINTER,
STATIONER'S HALL, IS .VASSAL'and li P1NE-ST3.*
(Bank of Commonwealth Building.)
NEW YORK.
BI, WK BOOKS. SUITABLE FOR BANKS, LNSTJB
ANCK AND STOCK COMPANIES, constantly cn
hand and wade to order at short notice: Lithographie
r.i rk of ev. i v description; checks. Bonds, Certificates
Ol'Stock. Notes, Drafts, .vc, ex M ilted at short notice
and in thc finest style of Ihe art: Copper and Steel plato
tu graving, Copying Pres* a and Stands, Tin. Cash ami
OeJn ROM-, Arnold's Writing Fluid and Copying Inks.
Having all thc foi-ilitu s for the manufacture : f Blank
Books, am] the execution of every description of Litho?
graphic and Printed Work, I am prepan il to ? xecnte hil
orders in ?IC shortest possible tune, and at the lowest
prices, having had au experieih e of twenty ;.<-ars In th*
bnsim ss. stationery ol every description at low prices.
October 2a stnth *mo

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