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CHAKLESXW DAILY NEWS....DECEMBEE 14, 1865.
T)j? I LY N i SWS: N. York Advertisements. IN. York Advertisements, j N. York Advertisements. N. York Advertisements.
THURSDAY MOUSING, DECEMBER 14, 186
New I {(io ks.
B.VUK1SOT..S. A Nov?. Bj Challes Lever. For sa
by John Bassett,
Som? people seem tc be gifted with immortal
ty-at least there is no end to them-and LEVI
is one of these. Not having our Encyclopedia :
hand, we cannot say how many years have pass?
since his first-born saw the light, nor whether tl
mercurial Charles (/Malley or the rollicking Ha
ry Lorreqner are entitled to the honors of prim*
gemturc. Dm these were followed in quick ai
rapid succession by M numerous brotherhood
"Jack Hinton," "Tom Bturko of Ours,'- "Bolas
Cashel," "The Knight of Gwynne," "Kate O'Dom
ghoe," "The Martins of Cru' Martin," "Maurie
Tierney," "The Dodd Family Abroad," "Thc Wa
tons," "Sir Jasper Carew," "Gerald Fitzgerald
and 'Tarrington," are ali wc happen to renieniix
at present.
LEVEI:, though undoubtedly one of tho mot
voluminous of eotcmporary English novelists, cai
not lay chum to the highest place in that path i
literature. He never entered thc list in eatii
with T.IACKEK.VY; with BCLWEK, in tho delineatic
of lifo in tho upper classes of English societ;
with DICKENS in descriptive power, either of scent
or character-yet in his own chosen path he hi
had few superior*. .
Being, fortunately for himself aiu^ bis reader
a native of (?reen Flin, he considers Ireland h
own private, particular cabbage gardem. in wine
uo unhallowed Sasaenagh, nor other outside bai
hanan, Las any right to dig; and that he digs t
some parp?se, the abov.j enumeration of annui
products will abundantly demonstrate'. LEVEI
moreover, in the days of his youth, wc belier*
was a surgeon in the British army; hence his fl
niiliarity with everything relating to thc servie?
and eapecialif^with the habits, humors and etpr
de cor]* of that peculiar institution of thoBritis
anny-the Mess Table. Charles O'Malley, th
production of his youth, wc consider by faa- th
best of all his stories: there ia a freshness an
buoyancy about it that never Hags, throng!
moro than three hundrtd pages. To bc sure
there is a trillo too mueh of sherry, claret an
diablerie ia it-but then it is all in charactei
Harry Lorrequer and Jack Hiutonarc attempts i;
thc sanio vein, but, in our opinion, far less sue
?cess ful.
Thc Knight ol'Gwynne and The O'Donoghoo prc
sent a fine delineation of Irish life and characte
as jt cxiuted in the days befbro tho Union. Her
wc have the gay ornaments of the trish Court, th
brilliant galaxy of thc bar and forum, nnrivulle.
in Europe for their eloquence, wit and humor, ur
banity and polish of manners; and the thousam
and ?nie nameless trilles, which, combined, giv<
charm to society and zest to its enjoyment. Thia
lt is well known,'is historical, and not the mer
creation of thej artist's laney. In the numerou
memoirs of that day we get glimpses of a society ii
Dublin which has seldom, if ever, been surpasse?
for a combination of bi amy, grace, eloquence
generous hospitality, a high, chivalrous sense o
honor, brilliant wit, a classical taste and scholarh
acquirements. Rut, t?mpora mutanter, the Par
Lament House is now a bank, and the marble pal
aces of the absentee nobility of Ireland are no?
put to ignoble uses-giving entertainment to trav?
elling bag-men, and serving to display thc gaud]
wares of tho haberdasher.
Maurice Tierney, wc believe, is thc first ol
LEvmt'sjcontinental novels; interesting, more from
its incidental connection with tho stirring time?
and characters of he first Empire, than for any
intrinsic merit. All his subsequent novels, during
the last lift ecu years, have been written on the
.?Continent. His hoalth, or his creditors, wc forget
which, rendered a prolonged absence from Eng?
land desirable. In all these books, however, Ire?
land is ?till thc theme. A re duced Lrish family of
high.?fj?cciit rind great pride of ancestry, forms
.tho foreground; some English nabob, retired
grocer, banker or stock broker, with Ins family,
vidgar, in their love of pomp and display, and, like
all parvenus, every trying to hide the fact. All
? that is admirable is on the ?ide of the poor Irish;
\ihat is ridiculous, in the rich but vulgar
Saxons. Tiiis ia thc stock in trade of all his con?
tinental novels. Of the nations of Europe, this
Bohemian tells us nothing. He carries you to
Baden-Baden, to Rome, Florence, Yionna and
Paris; but it is Lreland still you see and hoar, and
the selfislmcss of tho English you aro disgusted
with.
The scene of Barrington, thc book we last read,
is entirely i t Ireland, or nearly so ; thc story a
pleasant one ; plenty of incidents, and well worth
perusal. Peter Barrington, and his sister Dinah,
.are fino specimens of their type. Polly DJ1, ono
.of thc mos: universally accomplished young ladies
we have ever come across, even in a noval. She is
au adept in everything she puts her hand to,
from breaking a horse to making conservo of
roses ; and tho way she " quizzed" her brother
Tom in his medical examination, toiling him
about the glenoid cavity, popliteal space, and the
fifth pair of nerves, would have entitled hor to the
professorship of anatomy in Dr. ELIZABETH BLACK?
WELL'S college.
LEVER las his faults, as already remarked,
sameness being one of the worst; still he ie au ac?
complished raconteur, and never fails to interest
his reader. But he is long past his prime; his
latter novels certainly begin to show that tho racy
freshness of youth is gone. We miss the fire, the
elau of tho Irish Dragoon. A more serious charge
against our author, however-strange as it may
sound to thc unreflecting reader-is a want of pa?
triotism; that with all his talk about Ireland, he
has no true sympathy with her people. His he?
roes are invariably from the higher classes of
society; not that we object to this perse, but wc
arc too democratic not to reprehend his utterly
ignorin.; all that is good, generous and noble in
the peasantry, and only holding them up as ob?
ject? of ridiculo. A strong contrast to this is
CARLETON, who, in his inimitable tales of Irish
life, does ample justice to these warm, eeuerou?,
trustful natures. _
TUE Italian correspondent of the London Times
savs : "Mademoiselle Adelina Patti is now hi Italy
foi- the first time. She appeared on the 11th at
the Fagllano Theatre, at Florence, with unequivo?
cal success. Considerable doubts were entertained
even by her friends o:' her ability to sustain the
reputation which she has gained in England and
France, before so critical un audience as the opera
going world in Italy. The theatre, which is one
of thc largest, if not tin- largest, io Italy, lia? been
recently redecorated, and tue space for the au?
dience increased. It was reopened, on the occa?
sion of Mdlle. Patti's debut, with the old favorite
.opora of 'La Somn?mbula,1 in which the character
of Amina was charmingly sustained by the young
prinui donna, who fairly took a crammed house? by
Storm; and the critics" who went, anticipating a
failure, reman;"'! to give a justly merited applause.
Mdlle. Patti is engaged to sing for ten nights, and
after the expiration of her engagement will, it
is understood, visit sumo of the other cities in
Italy."
First Premium Steam Saw-Mills.
THE FIRST PRIZE,
THE GOLD MEDAL,
Was awarded to tho
WASHINGTON IROX WORKS
By the American Institute, at their Fair, in October, ISO!,
for Hie l>u--t
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AND STEAM ENGINE
ORDERS FOR THESE, GANG SAW-MI1L?, 8T7GAB
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Newburgh, E. Y., or
L. C. WA RD, Agent,
No. 55Liberty-st., (Boom No. 8), K. T.
December 12 _lyr
GREAT HOUSE-FCRNI?HlNO BAZAAR,
Coopei? Institute,
ASTOR PLAUE, INT. YORK.
EDWARD D. BASSFORD DESIRES RESPECTFUL?
LY to call attention to hi& large and splendid Stock
of first-class HOUSE-FURNISHING HARDWARE, Sil?
ver Plated Ware. Table Cutlery, Kitchen Utensils, and
aU other housekeeping aiUcles in modern uso. Also, to
his fine new stock of CHINA, GLASS AND EARTHEN?
WARE, hi all the usual varieties.
X B.-Particular attention paid to the selection and
shipping of House-furnishing Orders, received by mail
or otherwise. tuths Smoa December 13
ALBERT FULLER,
MANUFACTURER OF WATER FAUCETS-PAT?
ENTED October 16th, 1853-No. N John-street,
New York.-THE ONLY ELASTIC PLUG FAUCET
PATENEKD IN THIS COUNTRY.-This Faucet ls made
with Rubber Pine, and so eonstrncted as to prevent any
possibility of leaking by lon- use. All persons baring
uso for Faucets, will'find it to their advantage to call
and examine for themselves, before pun basin . else?
where. tnthsUmos _December 12
FURNITURE
OF THE LATEST STYLES MANUFACTURED ?Y
FR. KRUTINA3
Nos. {K5 and !)$ Ea>t Houston-street,
>r<?-w Yo ric
CONSISTIDO or:
PARLOR, BEDROOM, LIBRARY AND DIKING
ROOM SUITES, in Rose wood, Walnut, Maple, Ac.,
at Wholesale and Retail. All Goods warranted.
Decc mtier 12 tuths3mo
CARRIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MAXrFACTrRED BY
ISAAC MIX, JJH.
ADAPTED TO THE SOUTHERN TRADE. ALSO, A
large stock of Harness always on hand.
WAREROOMS-Nos. 598 BROADWAY ASD 189 CBOSDV-CT.,
NEW YORK. Scud for Descriptive Chart.
December 12 , tuth.Omo
CONSTITUTION WATER
#.#
IS .WITHOUT DOUBT THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY
FOR
DLU3ETES,
CALCULUS,
GRAVEL,
U?i?ZK DUST DEPOSITS,
IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF THE BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS
CATARRH Ol' THE BLADDE1.
AND ALL FEMALE IRRE ?LARITIES.
Certificates of cures from well kuown p sons from all
parts of the country, in circu?.-. ?Hi .osent on ad?
dressing MORGAN ? . V Si, Agi:.t
December 12 3nio Ko. 44 Cliff* weet, New York.
"HOUSEHOLD Bh^^^ 'f
THE CELEBRATED *P vt^r >T
UNION WASHING MACHINE,
Admitted to bo the best in the World.
First Prize Medals awarded in Europe and
America.
Washes perfectly without soRklng, rubbing, or boiling.
Attached to it (or separately) is the
PATEXT UMOX WRINGER,
with Cog-wheels and solid white Rubber Rolls-the best
and most durable made.
These Machines are invented by a native of Arkansas,
and arc the same so highly ?y< ikea of by Confederate
officers, who used them lu " .anson's Island Prlaon.
J. WARD * CO.,
No 457 Broadway, New York.
VAN NAME k CO., Western Agents, Chicago, St
Louis and Cincinnati. thlu3nios November 23
IMPORTANTT? FEMALES^
Dr. Cheesemans Pills.
THE COMBINATION OF INGREDIENTS IN THESE
PILLS is the result of a long and extensive, prac?
tice. They are mild i a their operation, and cannot do
harm to the most delicate; certain in correcting all ir?
regularities, Painful Menstruations, removing all ob?
structions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache,
pain lc thc side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all ner?
vous affections, hysterics, fatigue, pain iu the back and
limbs, kc, disturbed sleep, which arise from intorrup
tion of nature.
DR. CHEESEMANS PILLS
was the commencement of a new era in th? treat?
ment of irregularities and obstructions which have
consigned so many to a j-BKMATl'ltE ??KAvj:. .No female
can enjoy good health unless she is regular, and when?
ever ail obstruction takes place the general health begins
to decline. Those Pills ^orni tht finest pr?paration ewer
,.ut forward wit'.. IMMEDI ATE and PERSISTENT MV
UESS. TD O IST'T BE DECEIVED.
Take this advertisement to jroor Druggist, und tell him
that you Kant tte BEST and most RELIABLE EE
MALE MEDICINE IS THE WORLD, which ls com?
prised in these Pills.
DR. CHEESEMANS PILLS
have been a Standard Remedy for over thirtv years, and
are the most effectual ones iver Uno .vu for all coro
pluints peculiar to Females, To all clus. es they arc in?
valuable, inducios, with certainty, ?terit J icol r,guiarity.
Tliey arc known to thousands, who nave used them, at
different periods, throughout thc COW try, having the
sanction ot some of the most miii'iit Physicians in
A mcra e.
Ex?>'v it direction.*, sitiiivg when they fhci'd not tn- used;
with each Ros-the price Ont Dollar pt J- DOS, or G boxes
for iii. coi.faining from GO to 00 Pills.
Pills ti nt bf mall promptly, secure from observation,
by remitting to the Proprietors. > ITA) BY DRUGGISTS
GENERALLY. HUTCHINGS* HILLYER.
Proprietors, No. 28 Dev-stivet, New York.
Bold in Charleston by MORGAN c BROTHERS.
D-.-cember 12 tOthsOttlO
Boston Advertisements.
.... - _-.. -- -- --. -. _ i
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To subscribe for the channing New Magazine called
OUR YOI .Vt; te'OLICS.
4 ND HAVE IT SENT TO TOUR ADDRESS. IT IS j
2 JL espeetaltjr devoted to the amusement ?nd instrnc- ;
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STORIES, SKETCHES, ?nd POEMS, by the bett
authors, and illustrated with Fine Drawings. Terms,
SJ.IHI per year: to clubs much less. Scud 20cents for a
Specimen number, tu TICKSC?lt .V FIELDS,
December 12 12 Dostou. Ma.c. j
HOMER, MSIIOP i; CO.,
l-l a i* cl AV ;\ i- e M e r ch xs nt s,
WEYMOUTH CUT NAILS . . SPIRES
Wostcnholm'8 Pocket Cutlery
Ames" Shovels, Munilla Cordage
Collins', Hunt's and Sharp's A>.es
Hammered Horse Nails.
Nos. ii i r.ndj Hi Milk-street, Hos ton.
November ' 3mo
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THROUGH LINE
TO
CALIFORNIA,
TOUCHING AT
MEXICAN PORTS.
MRR11I1 Tiffi li. S. H1H.
LEAVE PIER No. 43 NORTII RIVER, FOOT OF
Canal-street, at 12 o'clock noon, on the let, 11th,
and 21st ot eran month (except when those dates fall on
Snndnv, and then on the preceding Saturday), for
A8PINWALL, connecting tin Panama Railway, with one
of the Company's Stcitnihips from Panama for SAN
FRANCISCO, touching at ACAPULCO.
DECIMJJER.
Ut-HENRY CHAUNCY, Captain Gray, connecting with
CONSTITUTION, Captain Farnsworth.
11th-ATLANTIC Captain Maury, connecting with GOL?
DEN ciTV, captain Brmbury.
21st-NEW YORK, Captain Horner, connecting with
I COLORADO, Captain ?atkins.
I Departures of 1st and 0|st connect at Panrmia with
Steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC PoRTS. Those of 1st
touch at MANX NILLO.
THROUGH FAMAOZ KATES IT CCBREKCT.
First Cabin, $:t5d: Second Cabin, $250; Steerage, $123.
A discount of ONE QUA1TER frota steamers' rates
allowed to second cabin and steerage passengers with
families. Also, an allowance of ONE QUARTER on
through rat;? to clergy m ai and their families, and
; school teachers; soldiers haring honorable discharges,
HALF FARE.
One Hundred Pounds Biggago n.inwed ea>7i aflu?r.
Baggage-masters accomnonring baggage through, and
I attend to ladlee and childrei. without male protectors.
Baggage received on the dock the day before sailing,
from steamboats, railroads, and passengers rho prefer
to ?end down early.
An experienced surgeon oe board. Medicine and at?
tendance free.
A Steamer will be placed on the line Jauuary 1st, ISC*',
to mn from New Orleans to Aspinwnll. tia Havana.
For Passage Tickets or further information, apply at
th:? Company's Ticket otile?, on the Wharf. FOOT OF
CANAL-STREET, NORTH UIVER NEW YORK,
December H too F. W. G. BELLOWS, Agent
J. L. HARLEM & CO.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Steel & Plated Spectacles
TIN AND LEATHER SPECTACLE CASES;
TOBACCO DOXES,
Silver Plated Ware Generally.
No. 7* MAIDEN LANE, KEW YORK.
JAMES L. HARLEM.rjir.ODOBE L. PAYNE.
Also, Manufacturers of BAILEY'S PATENT CUR?
TAIN FIXTURES. thstuUmo November 23
EDWARD COOPER,
SUCCES80B TO A. LOXOETT,
No. 46 Vesey-street, New York,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
COTTON PRESSES AND COTTON GINS,
HORSE POWERS, THRESHING MACHINES
10, ll, 50 and CO PLOWS, Canal Barrows.
And all other Agricultural Implements, Fertilizers
and Seeds.
PLOW CASTINGS of all kinds coustautly on hand.
October 28 stutblyr
T. J. BELLEW,
Manufacturer of Desks
AXD OFFICE FURNITURE,
NO 107 FULTON-STREET, NEAR NASSAU-STREET,
NEW YORK.
October 23 stutbSmo
c RE|N H ARDS>
l^jpfrfacturer of Chaiiipngnps, Sparkling
Catawba and Hock,
No. 103 LIBERTY-STREET, NEW YOEE.
JtS~ Orders promptly Ailed. stnth2mo October 23
G. E. LIGHT & CO ~
Manufacturers of Petroleum Lamps
ri OLE AGENTS FOR BROOKLYN FLINT GLASS
IO WORKS. Headquarters for Silvered Glassware.
No. 73 Hudson-sl., opposite Win i h-??.,
November 23 thstn?no NEW YORK
CARRIAGES.
THE IMMENSE STOCK, NOW IN THE THREE
LARGE WARE ROOMS, covering an area of 15,000
iiquare feet. ENTRANCtS, NO. 450 BROADWAY, and
No. Hi CROSBY-STREET, being the LARGEST AS?
SORTMENT OF ('ARRIitGESever offered in New York,
*'ill now be soldat grcatjy reduced prices.
HARNESS, tc-An axil ?M eut always on baud.
C. WITTY, No. 460 Broadway, New Yor?.
October 28_stuttUrao
W. F. HYATT,
MAN?FACT?EER AND DEALER IN
Domestic and Foreign Hardware
No. 54 REEK MAN-STREET.
DEPOT FOR AMHUCAN SCREWS, O. AMES- A
SON''S SHOVELS best English Files, Carriage and
Tire Bolts, Strap and THinget., Cut and Wrought Halla,
A. Field A Sou's Tacks.Btuds, Ac. ; Douglass' Axes. Ac. I
October 28_ atuth3mos
NEV YORK
CIGAR MANLfFACT?RING COMPANY.
O. CHEEKS, AOE.VT,
No. 94 AVni-rira-.strrct, New York.
'3 i li iii CIGARS, OF VARIOUS ?
OtVVVtVVV qualities, on hand, at prie
es less than present cost to manufacture. Prices t'.-om !
$15 to f UH) n thouf-aad. Orders Ulled, and collections |
made by Express. thstn&no November 2 '
GASTEN ~&. STOWELL,
DEALERS ITST
BOOTS AND SHOES,
NOS. 23 MURRAY AND 27 WARREN STREETS. N. V.
ROBERT GASTEN, I S. A. STOWELL.
Late of Gasten. Dickson k Late of Meade, stowell Jk
Co., Cincinnati, ohio. | Co., New Fork.
November 23 thstu 6mo
E. H. REEVES & CO.,
Sos. 1S."> and 1S7 Water-street, Nov York,
MANUFACTURERS OK ANO DEALERS IN
Agricultural and Horticultural
IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINES.
PLOWS AND PLOW CASTINGS, MOWING AND
Reaping MacUncs, Horse powers and Threshers,
Fanning ami Grist Mills, saw and Kotier Cotton Gins for
hand, horse, steam or water power, IugersoU's Cotton,
Woo! and Hay Piesses. Wagutia, Carts, Trucks und '
Wheelbarrows, Gi m >, Bone Dust. Hoyt's super Phos- '
phate Lime and rthur Fertilizers, Grain, F?hl, Gram,
Garden, Herb and finner Seeth, Improved ?iee Stuck; dc. \
DF.PiT OF THE CBLEBBATKD j
" EAGLE COTTON GINS,"
SlANCFACTUItJD sci.ELY HY BATES, HYDE t CO.
/Bf Send tor catalogues. atntMma October 18
TKOS. IR- ?Gr-3STE"W^,
IKSOrtTF.n .\N1> DEALES IN"
Fin? Groceries, < hoke Teas, cte., cte...
-V?*. MO <? ^r,2 ailEEKWICHST., COI'. OF StURMA Y
KEW YOBS.
November 2 thatnftno
E. SIMPSON & CO.,
Importers of Wines and Liquors..
C0WHSSI0\ MERCHANTS,
"BOTO. 17 DEY STREET, NEAR BROADWAY, N. 1
will keepevR?tautlron baud a lan," stock ..! i'I>
OLD WHISKY, uiwf 2mo November 2ll
SKIRTS
AND
CORSETS.
G. W. LOCKWOOD,
MANUFACTURER,
]STo. 540 Pearl-street,
NEW YORK.
November li tuths3mos
SOI?THERN HAT HOUSE.
HENDERSON & MEEKER
No. 205 Broadway,
(Lnte with the old established houae of *DCRYEE,
JAQUES A: CO..) Manufacturers of and Dealers in
HATS, CAPS,
AND STRAW" GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
P- ARTIE'S VIsil'TS'u THE LTTYTRE-INVITED TO
cnll and examine our Rieck. Orders will receive
prompt and careful attent.oa.
A. HENDERSON, )
J. G. MEEKER. [ Late with Durvee, Jaques & Co,
JOHN C. MAGIE, )
November 14 ruths 3mo
JAMES DICKSON,
THE POPULAR PRINTER.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
?TEAT. QUICK ANDVHEAIV NEW PRESSES. NOS.
S 3 and 5 TRYON ROW [opposite City Hali, Junction
I cf Centre and Chatham-streets), New York.
Everybody that baa patronized him arc satisfied with
i the work, and admit they have uot been overcharged.
I Persons who want good work at a low price, are invited
i to call. stuthzmos October 28
STOVER MACHINE CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Machinists' Tools
AND
H. D. STOVER'S PATENT.
GOD WORKING MACHINERY
Machinists' Tools of all descriptions
Machinists' ami Railroad Supplies.
WAREHOUSE No. 117 LIBERT Y-ST., NEW YORK.
Manufactory toot of Flfty-flrst-street, North River.
AU Machinery made by na set np and fully tested in
.bop oefore shipping. stuth:imo October 28
S. D. SCHUYLER,
. No. 3al BROADWAY.
: CLOAKS,
I CLOTHS,
I TRIMMINGS.
i ay New Styles and Novelties lu CLOAKS, CLOAK
? EKGS, and TRIMMINGS, now ready.
October 28 stuth2mo
FUNSTON & SCOFIELD,
. . Manufacturers of
EXCELSIOR FIREWORKS,
LANTERNS, FLAGS, FIRE CRACKERS,
TORPEDOES, Ac,
No. 9 DEY-&TREET, near Broadway,. New York.
October 28 otnth2mos
LYOtt'S KATH Af ROB.
KAT H AI RON IS FROM THE CREEK WORD
"Kathro," or "Katnairo," signifying to cleanse,
rejuvenate and restore. This article is what ita- name
signifies. For preserving, restoring and beautifying the
human hair, it Ls-tho most remarkable preparation in the
world. It is again owned and put up by the original
proprietor, ano is now mad? with the same cares still
and attention which gave it a sale of over one million
bottles per annum.
It is a most delightful Hair Dressing.
It eradicates scurf and dandruff.
It keeps the head cool and clean.
It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy.
It prevents the hair from fal .im; off and turning:gray.
It restores hair upon bald heads.
Any lady or gentleman who values a beautiful head
of bair should use Lyon's Kattialron. It is known and
used throughout tho civilised world. Sold by all re?
spectable dea'.ura, DEMAS BARNES k CO.,
October 28 siuihlyr New York.
g_rj-i_-j c^?Q_j?
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
They purify, strengthen and invigorate.
They orestes beoluiy appetite.
They arc an antidote to change of water and diet
They overcome effect? of dissipation and bte hours.
They strengthen, the system and enliven ths mind.
They prevent miasmatic and intermittent favors.
Tin y purify thc breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia andCoiibtipation.
They cure Dia-jrha-a, Ch'lera and Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liv.,r Complaiat and Nervous Headache.
MTbeyare the best Bitten in the world. They make
the weak strong, and are exhausted natura's great re?
storer. They ire made of pure St. Croix Rum, the cele?
brated Calisaya Hark, roots and herbs, and arc takeu
with tlii- plecimre of a beverage, without regard to age
or time ox divy. Particularly recommended to delicate
aersons requiring a sc-n tlc stimulant. Sold by all Gro?
cers, Druggists, Hotels and Saloon?. Only genuine
when Corr, i* covered by our private U. S, Stamp. Be?
ware of counterfeits and refilled bettles.
P. H. DRAKE & CO.,
No. 21 Pari Bow, New York.
Oe toiler 23 stuth ly
.JOHN C. UE.VLK,
STATIONER,
No. lt? Nassau-Street, New York.
VLARGE STOCK OF FIRST-CLASS BLANK BOOKS.
Also, Domestic and Foreign Paper.- and Stationery.
Constantly on hand, Bets of Account Books made to order,
lithography, Engraving and Printing executed prompt?
ly und in ;hL ir st possible maimer. Special attention to
.r-ler.s by man. and price as low as aiiv house in the city
f-r doods ol equal quality. etathlyr October S8
JOHN B. FULLER, .
MANUFACTURER k DEALER,
No. 8 DEI-STREET, NEW YORK,
Has in store and ready for immediate shipment,
and is manufacturing to order,
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
2 to 250 horne power;' Circular and Upright Saw Mills of
the most approved construction, of all sizes, cutting 700
to 1500 feet of lumber per hour; Grist Mills, Mill Dons,
Water Wheels, and every kind of Mill Machinery; Sugar
Mills, Taper and Mining Machinery; Tools, Tanks, tee,
for Oil and Salt Works; Cotton and Woolen Machinery,
fee,
Vertical Planers, Woodworth Planing Ma
Iron Planers, chines,
Engiue Lathes, Gray A- AVood's Planing Ma
Drill Lathes, chines,
Boring Machines. Daniels' Planing Machines,
Slatting Machines, Moulding Machines,
Upright Drills, Sash Machines,
Steam Pump?, Tenoning Machines,
Force Pumps, Power Morticing Machines,
Lifting Pomps, Foot Morticiflg Machines,
Suction Pumpi, - Poring Machines,
Hydraulic Jacks, Blind Slat Tenouing Ma
Screw Jacks. chines,
Shafting Pulleys and Circular Saw Benches,
Hangers, Wright's ratent ScrollSawa,
tubber aud Leather Belt- Patent Belt Scroll Saws,
iugs, Circular Reserving Mills,
'.eather and Rubber Hose, Upright Reserving Mills,
?huublng and Gas Fittings Rotar}- and Mining Pumps,
?team and Gas Pipes Ever)- description of Machi
iteani and Water Gauges, nery and Railway Supplies.
Cotton Gins ! Cotton Gin- ! !
COTTON GINS I tl
Taylor, Di^le, Browu, Southern, Craven, Excelsior
and McCarthy COTTON GIN8, with Engines or Horse
Powers, and everything required for the same, in store,
-nd tor salo ai the lowest price. Your orders are re
tpoctrully solicited. tuthslyr Octobers
^EONAR?APPLEBY'S SON,
?iAStrrAcnraEB OF
Celebrated Railroad Mills Sntff and
Tobacco,
IN FOIL PAPERS AND CANISTERS, AND GENERAL
dealers in LEAF MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, SE
GARS, icc, No. 133 Water, and 85 Pine-streets, New
York.
CELEBRATED SMOKING TOBACCO
Color your Meerschaum
Orouoco and KlickilykUck.
N. B.-All orders for the celebrated Railroad MUla
Snuff and Cut Toba< co will bo promptly attended to.
J. CHAS. APPLEBY.
November 2 _ thstuSmos
FANCY_?r?0DS.
C. F. A HINRICHS,
No. 150 BROADWAY, Si No. 71 TO No. 75
.jlbcrty-street, New York,
SUCCESS OB TO M. WEBCKHEISTEIt,
EST?LBLISHED 8LNCE 1801,
IMPORTER AND DEALER LY
GERMAN, FRENCH AND ENGLISH FANCY000D8.
GLASSWARE, PORCELAIN AND TOYS of all de?
scriptions. Tobacco Pipes, and smoker i' other requi?
sites.
A full assortment of the above goods constantly on
hand, which he o?wirs *? UM. lehrest market prices.
Goods imported to onler on liberal terms.
Depot for ARCHERY AND CRICKET, CROQUET
AND BASE BALL IMPLEMENTS, and other Out-Doc*
Games. . i
Catalogues may be had on application.
October 28_stuth3mo
G??7WM. SOUTHWICK^
Wholesale Druggist,
Successor to Phillp SeiiieiTelin mid Co.,
ESTABLISHED 1783.
URTJGrS -AJSTXJ 3VIETOICJUSI ??3,
CHEMICALS, EXTRACTS
AND MEDICAL PREP.UUTIONS
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
GLASSWARE
DRUGGISTS' FUBNITUBS AND FETUSES,
And all articles pertainiag to tho business-.
Wines aad L?qnors for Medical Purp ossa.
Nos. 58 AND 60 YESXY-STREET,
NEW YORE.
*?*rarticalar attention paid lo orders, by mail..
November 2r . thstu6mo
BOLTS, NUTS,
"Waslters & Screws.
LEACH BROTHERS,
No. S(? Liberty stmt, New York,
MANUFACTURE!?,
HAVE ON HAND ALL SIZES AdfD KINDS OF"
BOLTS, tan, WASHERS AND SCREWS. Also,
RAILROAD A2TD MACHINIST'S TOOLS AND SUP?
PLIES. S?rth too_October 28
J7H. BALDWIN,
3TTORUB A2<P JOBBEH IV
HOUSE FUBNISHINGr GOODS,
TABLE MATS. GONGS, JA?ANNED
WARE, STRAINERS,. Sic.
AGENT FOR 13E AMERICAN TEA TTAY COMPANY.
(A FOU Stock on Ham .1
JAPA-'cKED AND STAMPED ??ARE.
BEAD?ET & HUBBARD,
MAJTCTACTCnERS OF
OM. OIL FIXTCRiW,
No. 84 WiEam street, corner Maldon Lane, N. Y.
October 2H stuth 2mo
LEWIS BROTHERS,
LAW BOOKSELLERS
AND
PCTLISHEES,
No. ILS NASSAU-STREET, NEW YORK.
November, lt? thstura3o
BARCELONA HOTEL,
G&BiT JONES-STREET, NEW YORK.
CUYAS &. POL.
SPLENDID FRENCH CUISINE, 'U3E BEST IN THE
Cit?. Breakfast a la carte. Tarda D'Hote at ? P. M.
The enly FRENCH, SPANISH and AMERICAN
HOTEL in New York. stuth2mo October 28
S. M. A IK M A M & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BRASS, COPPER AND TIN
LANTERNS for SHIP, RAIIJtOAD, and other use.
No. 2*1 PEARL STBEET, opposiu United States Hotel,
New York. Manufacturers of Ambrose's PATENT NO
CHIMNEY, COAL OIL, CAR LAMPS. Also, Manufactu?
rer? of FOG HORNS md COLORED SIDE LIGHTS, in?
conformity 'with Act of Congress of April 29, 1801, to
t:.k< effect September 1, 18C4. Also, Lairds' aud Waters-'
PATENT LANTERNS. thsto 3mo November 16
?NiTE? ST?TES^TEEL PEN WORk?
FACTORY", C AMDEN, N. J.
R. ESTERBR?OK & CO.,
STEEL PEN MANUFACTURERS,
WAT??runners \ Ko- *03 Al ell-street,
WAREHOUSES j Xo 4a j0hn-street, N. York.
Samples and prices on application. Lota made to or?
der of any pattern or -(tamp required.
CAUTION.- Theso Pens are of pennine American
manufacture, and equal in fluish, elasticity and fineness
of point to the best imported. They an-, therefore, sure
to gain the confidence of the American puboc. The fac?
simile of our signature il sufficient security against for.
eigu imitation. R. ESTERBROOK it CO.
September M tuUisly

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