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SAT?BDAY MO UNI Ml. pKraMliKll J?, 1WH.
Trade ut Xiv; Orleans.
[From the Ario Orleans Times, Dec. 1.]
Thc first quarter of" thc financial and commer?
cial year 1SC5 and 1SGG cloaca this evening.-In
sonic respects business lias been attended with
. great regulante, PO far .is thc gmt product, cot?
ton, has been concerned, lt will bc remembered
for several wt i ks cotton ruted steady at from 40c.
to 44c, then advancing to 50c and 52c. so thai
thc fluctuations have not ueeu large, though at
ouc time there were several hasty purchases at
from 56c. to 58c. aud 60c, which wc regret to
learn proved anything but remunerativo lo ship?
pers, while in other respects there have boon some
highly advantageous results. Por tho past three
months thero bas been a large ami active business
with Mobile and South Alabama, and with South?
ern Texas there has been a remarkably heavy busi?
ness. Cargoes have followed cargoes of produce
and merchandise for Galveston. Business wi til
Eastern Texas, or tho northeast part of tho State
via Red River, has bcon materially interrupted by
thc low stage of water in Red River. Thcro is un?
doubtedly something encouraging in store from
that section, whilo with Mississippi, through
Natchez, Grand Gulf, and Vicksburg, thero has
been a steady flow of business.
Nor can tho improvement and increase with the
country bordering on tho Jackson Railroad bo
overlooked as forming a component part of tho
general recuperation of business. With Memphis
there is nothing in thc way of an incroase compar?
ed with former times to remark on. There have
been a fow hundred bales of cotton received from
that section which in former timos waa represent?
ed by tcno of thousand balee o? tho staple. Thc
Bales of cotton for tho thrno months now closing
?mount to about forty-three millions of dol?at e.
Tho receipts of sugar havo boon so reduced that
wc have not at any time for tho past three months
bad anything moro than a shadow of a sugar Mid
molasses market. Tho importations of foreign
merchandise have been steadily enhancing during
thc quarter, and under tho depleted supplies ano
general stocks throughout tho Lower Mississippi
valley, Alabama and Texas, eales have been liber?
al, and goncral returns and rosults , ;ghly satis?
factory to importers. Taking all things into view,
thc quarter terminates as satisfactory and remu?
nerative as could bc expected. Wo enter the se?
cond quarter under considerable feeling in thc
general political aspect of thc oennlry, which may
in somo degree have great influence on commer?
cial and agricultural, fl nanda] and social inter?
ests as tho season advanceu. Wc hopo for the
.Tho exchango market to-day offered nothing for
either general or special remark. Tho bank coun?
ter rates for checks on New York opened at three
eighths to one-half discount. Under light offer?
ings of commercial bills rat';? advanced one-eighth
during thc day. Thcro was little or nothing done
at two of thc loading counters in tho w.-.y of buy?
ing. Thc most important transactions were salis
of ?.3090 at 15?^; a round amount of Uobilo bill
Is.ding drafts, et rung, tit 158; ?14,000 city drafts,
av ?3vS; to lS8j; sonic smaller eu tn J at 1.171 to l./S.J
and 1531-say ?10X10. ?20M0 and JUJoOO. Porty thou?
sand Af francs at 3.57 .j-an advance; fifty thousand
at 3.58.?. There was very little done in New Yode
funds. Some sight was taken at one-half discount,
and one da>'? sight at five-eighths discount. The
coan'or rates for discount advanced an eighth du?
ning thc day, though at a leading counter there
was uo deviation during thc day.
Conos.-Tho market opened this morning with
a fair inquiry ut yesterday's prices, but factors
fooling reassured by thc favorable reaction at
Liverpool being confirmed in tho morning papers,
and the New York aeoounts being less discourag?
ing, were unwilling lo moot the demand unless at
rather stifler rates. Later in tho day, however,
tho movement was resumed at regular prices,
showing on tho whole little or no change, ami tho
reported sales comprised 2250 balep, mostly in
accordance with the* following ,;.;;>':ations ; Ou?d
Ordinary, 45c. a 47c; Low Middling, 45e.; Mid?
dling, 50c, and Strict MidJilCg 52c Wo say '-ibo
TvtiOrtti ?i?es," for tho abovo includes 2S? bales
tauen by ono buyer yesterday, more than ho re?
turned at the time, which really swells yesterday's
business to nearly ?ilOO baloe, and reduces to-day's
to about 2000. Tho dom and was mostly for foreign
export, and received some stimulus from thc ad?
vance in foreign exchange On the other hand,
tho market was unfavorably aifectc:! by rumors
that private telegrams had boon received from
Now York qnotinn-Tdiddinssr dull at Gie. if Mo. --
OTAYK>sjr!sr or corroo:.
8t?ek ou huaC loi .September, 1S63.bales 8J.230
Recoived to- tay. "j.-JUl
Received previously.. .. MS.'J'J*
Cleared to-ilay. none.
Stock on handand on shipboard not oloare-1.199,899
SCGAB AND Mot?Vh3K8. -Tho receipts 8?OCO VOS
tcrduy compriso 115 hhds. sugar, 557 bb!.?, and ?5S
half obis, molasses. Tho half barrels arc for ship?
ment North; tho balacee of tho receipts wore all
for tliis market, and have been sold to speculators
at full prices. Thc sales comprise 135 hhds.
sugar, In seven lots, at lSje. for common, lGJc. for
fair, lfiJcOlGJa for good fair, 17,jV. for prime to
choice, 17?c.@l8c for yellow clarified, and loV; ..
.Jy tb. for light yellow ohtrifio :, and 55U bids, mo?
lasses, in niuo lota, at 93c@$l S gallon for com
mon, S1.08@S1.10 for primo, and tl.12, $1.13 and
SI.15 for choice. Thero aro no supplies remaining
in first hands. Spoculators and dealers who hold
tho stock r.re meeting tho jobbing demands ai the
usual advance on lirst band prions.
Toiueoo.- There ia a fair inquiry for export.
Negotiations wore pending for a considerable lot
when wo were in tho market, and tho inspectors
were? drawing samples. Thoro wero sales to thc
eily manufacturera Of 19 hhds. fair to good at 18c,
ana 2 imo at 25c. Freer and moro liberal receipts
are ticing looked for from tho Weat.
WESTERN Pnonoca tutoPnovuioxs. - We have no
improvement to notice in tho condition of thu mar?
ket since yesterday. Com and oats are very scarce
and iu request, whilo most other articles ero ill
good supply and extremely dull at drooping prices.
FREIGHTS.- There is less disengaged ttuuiugo on
thc berth, and better rates arc hoing obtained.
Thc rates are Ijc. per pound for cotton and $1 per
bbl. for flour by steamers for New York and Bos?
ton, lc per pound for cotton and 80c per bid. for
v flour by sailing vessels. Foreign freights are un?
changed. .They ure id. foi-cotton for Liverpool !>v
sailing vessels, and ljc for Havre. Tho stoamor
on the berth for Liverpool is taking colton at jd.
?,d. per pound.
A correspondent from Florence makey brief
mention of thc Aniorican sculptor, Powens, aud
tho works he has now in hand :
And then, again to turu to tho producer himself
ami Iiis famous s tedio in tho Via do' ?Ser?gli.
What a pleasant sigut it is to enter there and
breathe, as it werj, an American atmosphere,
whore one aces around the reproduction of all that
is best and greatest among her sons. Thcro limy
stand in good rows on the sculptor's shelves, i': uni
Washington to the last great martyr tu the canso
of patriotism and enlightenment-Jeilcrsvi:. Jack?
son, ll um ?lion, Lincoln -far tis) uumeromi to n ca?
pitulate-ali telling their own t..!:-, all bearing evi?
dence on this foreign strand to American
greatness; many having pacscd through tho
hand of Powers himself, and being indebted u
him aa the faithful transmitter of thur moria 1
semblance to far off generations as yet to come.
Nor aro these all, though they are much that
wo admire in Hiram Powers studio. AU Florence
bas flocked to soo ida beautiful Ginevra inst
furnished, and exhibiting a now and exqunutu
triumph of his delicate and expressive chisel. How
boautiful is tho drapery of rowers' busts, and how
indebted arc we Ul bim for relieving u.t' from thc
monotonous folds of that eternal shawl, and sub?
stituting for it t he chaste and elegant mediar, a.!
costume, which falls so gracefully on thc should* rs
.-.nd bosoms of his fem alu portrait busts. Nothing |
can boatuueo mora becoming an?l elegant than
the appearance of these inaicLles.*. drawing-room
marbles with (heir draperies displaying so ex?
quisitely tho woll-inonldeii proporl ions of thc figure
bouoath, and edged themselves with their delicate
borderings, displaying the cunningest work of the
artist's hand. Powers' studio is lilied with tii-. se
elegant productions, of which tho supply can nev?
er, alaa 1 equal tho demand. There is ono of his
wife, too, ot inimitable grace and fooling, and of
an expression of mingled pathos and deep intelli?
gence which one never tires of gazing upon. Then
beside.-:, there is his Genius o! Amenci, and other
greater works, tue description u: ">::...': v.ouhl
had o::eeu to still warmer eulogies.
isa- HILL'S HAU'. DYK-FIFTY CENTS
BLACK OR BROWN.-Instantaneous in effect, reliable
tor natara! appearance, beauty of color and durability;
also the cheapest and best in uso. Depot, No. CC John
street, comer of Wdliain. street, Now York, and sold by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Stores ovorywbero.
November 29 f.roo
jf?-M AltKTACiK AND CELIBACY, AN ESSAY I IF
WARNING AND INSTRUCTION FOR YOUNO MEN,
jost published by tho Howard Association, and saut in
scaled letter envelopes, free of charge. A hires i
Dr. J. SKILLTN HOUGHTON,
rioward Association, Philadelphia, Pa,
November 4 Sino
r-Z- B?TCHKLOIt'S HAIR DYE I-TUE ORIGINAL
nd bc?t in the world ! The only true and perfect UAIR
DYE. Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. Produces
immediately a splendid Black or natural Brown, with?
out injuring,' the hair or skin. Remedies thc ill effects o
bad dyes. Sold by all Druggists. Thc gemiine ls signed
WILLUM A. BATCHELOR. Also,
REGENERATING EXTRACT OF MILI.EFLEUR8,
For restoring and Beautifying the nair.
CHARLES BATCHELOR, New York.
August 17 lyr
JUST fl F E C1A L NOTICE.-"GREAT OAKS FROM
little acorns grow." The worst diseases known to the
human race spring from causes so small as to almost
defy detection. Tho volumes of scientific lore that fill
thc tables and shelves of tho medical fraternity enly go
to prove and elaborate these facts.
Then guard yourselves while you may. Tho smallest
pimple on the skin is a tell-tale and indicator of disease.
It may fade and dio away from thc purfaco of tho body, |
but it will reach the Titafl^>crhap9, at last, and death |
be thc result and Amil CIUKB. MAOGIKf/t* UII.IOUB,
DYSPEPTIC, a d DIARRHEA PILLS euro where all
others fail. While for Burn?, 6calds, Chilblains, Cuts,
and all abrasions of thc skin. MAGUI"L'S Salve 's in?
fallible. Sold hy J. MAOGIKL, No. 43 Fulton-street,
New York, and all Druggists, at 25 conti per bo:;.
September 25 lyr
if?- CONSTITUTION WATE It. - CONSTITUTION
WATER, the only known remedy lor Diabetes, Stone in
ho Bladder, Calculus, Gravel, Brick Dust Deposit, and
.Mueuous or Milky Discharges, Irritation ol* the Bladder,
Inflammation of tho Kidney, Catarrh of the Bladder.
Tho astonishing success which has attended this in?
valuable medicine renders it the most valuable one ever
discovered. No language can convey nn adequate idea
of the ?inmediato and almost miraculous change which
it occasions to thc debilitated and shattered system. In
fact it stands unrivalled as a remedy for the permanent
euro of thc maladies above-mentioned, and also DIABE?
TES, IMPOTENCY. LOSS UP MUSCULAR ENERGY,
PHYSICAL PROSTRATION, INDIGESTION, GLEET,
and every disease any way eonnoctcd with the disorder
Persons, tf con scions of :my weaXni fr, should lake the
CONSTITUTION WATER; whether broken down by ex?
cess, weak by natara, or impaired by oickneas, thc un?
strung and rebuted organiza! lon ls at once rcbraced, re?
vivified and built up. WM may thia celebrated remedy
bo called Uio MEDICAL WONDER,
Thu stooping, trembling victim of depression an 1 d<
bib'ly becomes a new man; ho stands erect, he moves
with a firm etep; his mind, which was previously nuuk
in gloom of un almost Idiotic upathy, becomes bright
and active, and he gow forth rogencrated, conscious of
new vigor. Thc medicine reaches the ooiitititutiou itself,
and restore) it to its normal condition.
For these diseases it is truly a sovereign T-r-m^dy, and
too much canno*. be said ia ?ts praise. A pingle dose has
known to relieve the nowt urgent symptoms. Try
it in these. caAtR, aud you will ei\.< yo?lr' praie* to CON"
MALES OB FEMALES, fi you troubled with Cut dis?
tressing pain in the small ( thc l-ack, and through your
hips 7 '?Constitution Wate. " will relieve yon like magic.
Fur salo by all Druggists?. Brioc $1.
W. IL OP.KGO li CO.. Proprietors.
MORGAN A ALLEN, Ornera kftmtn. No. U Cliff
?lieut. New Yoi k1. Gmo . Sapteanboc as
?V?CitOWN OF GLORY.-EVERSf MAN, WOMAN
AND CHILD WHO UAH USED
is willing to rocoinm*u,1 it. Three yaam of rapidly in
creasing sale bave made thc AM IH.OSIA faiaoa? ill ovor
IT LS WARRANTED TO PLEASE.
It Cures Itching of thc Head.
It Makes New Lair Grow on Bald Divi.lt..
It Prevents thc Hair frn:n Falling Out
lt Renders tho Hair 8of*. nnd douay.
Cleanses tho Scalp, cool? the Heated Brow. Rom oves
Dandruff. Cures Nervous Headache. Cnrw Baldness.
Insure* Luxuriant Locks. Inclines Hair to Curl Super,
aetles Wig?. Kills Hair Katers. Oood effect apparent
TO Tl IE LADIES WE PAY,
the AMBROSIA' w 111 suit you lo a T. Elegantly put up.
Delicately Perfumed Patroatsed by Opera Slumers and
Actresses. Sold in eploiiv'.id boic* or curiumn, contain
ing two largo I ?ot tins: No. 3 for morning-No. I fer eve?
THERE IS NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT,
STERLING'S AMBROSIA is tho best, most agreeable
ind effective todet article in tbe world. To prove this,
try a carton.
Bcld by Druggist?.
AMBROSIA MANUFACTURING GOSPAST,
?13 Fiilton^trci t, X. T.
September 23 fimos
Worth of Stock in Store
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL
OILS! OILS! OILS ! j
LINST;:", DAW ANM MO?I.M>
Winter Ulenebed Wlial,. un
"tSi' ter Uleaebed s?..,.-ii. o.;
White.*Bleached Lard i'd
Pure Neatifout Oil
Best Kerosene i il
Ah grados o: TaiinorV* Oil
LEADS! LEADS ! LEADS!
?ll grade*? of PURE WHITE LEAD.
ZINC ! ZINC I ZINC !
PORE WHITE ZINC end COI?OR9 o.'all kies.
GLASS! GLASS! GLASS!
FUEN SR- WINDOW GLASS of ?.ll : !* u.
rm\ WITH mm
SPRIGGS! SPRIGGS! SPRIGGS !
WOODEN WARE of hil dsscriuUjUA
BRISTOL BRICK, uLU?\ ii?
For bal .' by
AUSTIN & ALBEE,
2\fo. 4icZ Market-street.
Dccembci 12 c
DRY AND FANCY GOODS.
T>LANK?T3, WHITE ASD UREY
J.) Travelling Rilya
Kablan, Honds, Com for tn
Priais, American ?nd l'.r.^i?h
Drown and Magenta
Mohair Goori-, Alpaca*
Po Ernes, Hannels
White .ind colored Hob Roys
Fancy und colored Long Cloth
Canton Flannel, Hird Eye Diaper
Crash, Huckaback md colored Towelings
Cloven, Socks, Handkerchief*
Cravats, ??CK, .Scarfs
HluxLW. Linen and Merino
C'IISTB, Linen and Pajvcr
Cuff", llibbou.t, Rauhes
Velvet Ribbons. Fwwors, Plume*
Buckles, Belts, Ribbons, Wald falls
Lara Nets, Combs, llair TiuH
LutluoB, Trimmings, fcc
A VP A
FINK ASSORTMENT LADIES- AND GENTS' HATS,
of the latest stylos.
In store and for sslo by
C. L. ORILLEARME.
Nu. 143 Meetinfr-fitrret,
December 6 (Opposite- liayuo street.)
No. 342 KING-STREET,
JOSE JARA, Proprietor.
OK THE MOST CELEBRATED HU ANDS.
VIRGINIA 8MOKTNO. TOBACCO
BI(i LICK, G KAMO HEAL
AND OTHER WELL KNOWN Ult ANDS.
An elegant assortment of PIPES, ChcwiiiR Tobacco,
Walking Canes, (Jun Caps, Oem ino Meerschaum Pines,
fcc, Wholesale and Ketai'. Fresh supplies regtlbudj re?
ceived from Havana. JOSE JARA.
December 13 wei
HARD WABE !
SAMUEL E. MARSHALL
ryE8PKCTFULLY n&jS TO INFORM H'S FRIENDS
l b THAT UK HAS SOW ON HAND sud I* reooiv.
lng constantly, tho following
EH ILISE AND AMERICAN GOODS,
which he oilers nt Wholesale and lietail. ea REASONA?
BLE TEEMS. \ \i :
AXES, HOES, SPACES, SHOVELS.
COTTON AND WOOL CABOS.
SIEVES, CHAINS KAI I.s. SPIKE*.
CANAL BARROWS, BLACKSMITH" TOOLS.
BUILDER'S HAHDWA RE.
HILL AND QIUND STONES.
PLOUGHS, COHN WlELLEJiS.
HICE HOES (from 1 to 7 indios).
TRENCH INO AND GRUBBING HOES.
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY.
FORKS AND CASTORS.
SHOVELS AND TONGS.
PENDERS, DRAW PLATES.
WOOD TIN AND HOLLOW-WARE.
No. 310 King-street,
THREE DOOKS BELOW ?0C[MIT.
Plumber IS 'J mwf.l
BY RECENT ARRIVALS THE SUBSCRIBER HAR
received u stock of HARDWARE,
CONSIST? ru is r.vnT OK :
IVORY TADLE AND POCKE I' CUTLERY
I'iktud Tabla Castors, Spoons tiuci Fori*
I rou Potsand Ovens
Wirs Meal S?ie?.
BOC HEB BARREL OUNB
A \ are ty of Revolvers
i owdtr, Sh.it uni Caj*
WHITE FRENCH CHINA DINNER SETS
Cottago Citareis r r'urnlturw.
An luvoieu of CARRON KITS AND OVENS daily ex
pect-.-i rpoiu Liverpool-, awl a cenor.U assortment pf
HARDWARE now in store, for salo
WHOLES A LR AND RICTAIL.
C. GRAVE! EY.
Ko. Vi. Hast );.,?.
December ll mwsl South of the Old PoKtoilicr-.
HARDWARE ! HARDWIRE !
REC KI VINO DY WEEKLY ARRIVALS, AND IN
STORE, a coners] lariuty of HARDWARE AND
POWDER AND SHOT. Pistols, Gun Caps
Powder and shot ponches, Dram Flnsks, Scale*
Tobacco Cnttors, a variety of Fine Pocket Knives
Razors and Strop*. Table Cutlery
Plated Tea and Table .Spoons and Forks.
And a large variety of other Goods connected with the j
Hardware Trade, ail of which aro offered for suie as low
as the lowest, at tito OLD STAND, No. 314 KINO-ST.,
between Society and George streets.
Jv.UN VAN WINKLE.
No. "4i Kim; street.
December 13 13,M,lM'.i.21.2il
1) ATI EN I'S WHO ARE SUFFERING WITH RHETT
IIATICAL pains and swellings, neuralgia, lentil
Mel hnad ache, Rout, spasms, cough, asthma, quinsy,
icafness, disease* of Ute eye, contractions, jaundice,
bupprossion nf thc menses, failing ni Ibo ?emh, ilrojwy,
nil s, lichens, all kines i?l skin und blood <??.->:a-. -, uer*
.-oiisne?*, imralysls, ipilc|?*y, tlys|iepsis, dyscutry, disr.
rh?*?, liver iH.miiiititit, and Ml kinds of levers, ou^ht to
trj (hu tialur*! l.<n:!::i; art, called Baimscheidtl.m, the
Life :'.'.> iv- r, \??i" .. present* the most complete Ap?the
earW rh-, ?i in the b. n and tin: st sense, heraus? tho of
i. i-t-i sr? wartniug, auiuiatitig, n licving, and governs the
eirrnUtiou of tho bl Od. in e-i'.i.:.il eases, f.r Instance,
apoplexy, coi io, piicieio. ?a, nervous fever, cholera,
yell.i. . vi r, trance, or annan nt death, where wc bare
po time to he ironsnllalive, alero thu fact ought to bo
iuslantiy decided, in such cir.umslancfs titi* proves ai
(.ne" lite bile Uevivera^af-.verof lifo: Con forepatii'iits
attacked With s :eh ?:: ili.-ji! ?e - t-.-.i. oitnhl to eai'l iu dur
time al the ollie? of RaiioMli Jdtism ?nd not ? .it until
their physicians haw ? renounced thc atv a kopetes<
Ufilsa arid rcsldmiee No. 0 Kurtis' lane.
Dr. .1. c. LUDWIG,
DpcionbCTfl Imo* Prnfttsinoal ltnunrrlu-idltsL
INS?'^Ja'?IONS IN I?IJSIO.
rp'JKODORE 1>. ItUDlMJOK, TRACI I ER <T VOOAl
1 mid INS1EUMSNTAI. MU>!C, No. 'J". PfNCE
NEYbTRBET. iuthur* Dect-mbM-lS
MRS. Y M. UARPKU [DAUGHTER AND PUI'IL Of
tb? kde Pwd. M. S. RKKvrb), offen 1er servi ct?
to ti.n e:: i of CbarlesVu as Teacher of V0C.V1. AND
Residen?; So. Zc Socioty-slrcet, opposite tho lfi"i:
Refer* t.-Oon. Jf.MasSwosrs, Dr. Wu. T. WCAO-I, T.
GIWSOK Si ?I- >~, and Dr. W. M. YtH tl.
I>CDLI31Tr.!) DAILY AM; TR1-W EEK LY IN 10L?M
RIA, S. t;., by .IC 1,1 VN A. SKLRY.
Advertisement* iunttU??t r-.bio rates.
ThuPHO?N'rx I'M a fcrgc caalstiou Ibrcurboni *b*
oppar ptrt of the sute. Scvtmbv. Ji
?MBEE, 16, 1865.
P ?. P EE
AGENT AND DEALER IN
Southwest corner Meeting & Market-st.,
IS NOW OPENING A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
OE WHITING. WRAPPING, PHINTING AND COLOR?
ED PAPERS, STATIONERY ai?! 15L\NK HOOK?.
Ho has also just established a LIV. das*
TYPE. PRESSE* AND MATERIALS ENTIRELY
NEW, aud iif the latent style, and with all modern im?
RANKS. RAILROAD AND INSURANCE COM?
PANIES Public ?nices. Merchants and other?, can have
their Dooks EULEM mid HOUND TO ANY PATTERN,
of tim FINEST PAPER, and in thc bent manner.
CARDS.CIRUULARS. lIII.L-iiEADS, BILLS LADING,
and PU.NTING OE EVERY KIND, EXECUTED TO
KOW ON HAM):
HILLS LADINO. RAILROAD AN!? DRAY RECEIPTS,
NOTES. DRAFTS anti HI LI.s t iE ESC MANGE.
CUSTOM-HOUSE DUANES HEADY IN A SHORT
STEEL AND GOLD PENS
1000 GROSS STEEL PENS?, FROM 00 CENTS A GROSS
up. GOLD PENS ol all kinds.
DOOKS, OIL AND DRYING PAPER, AND BRUSHES.
INKS AND MUCILAGE,
OE ALL SIZES.
Twine, Cotton, Hemp, Jute and Linen
ELEBRATED CANCELLING STAMPS
CHANGE DATE DY SIMPLY TOUCHING A SPRING.
AGr:.;*T F01? L. JOHNSON & co.,
THEIR NEW SPECIMEN HOOK W THE TdOST
rjrtnnslvn ann complete in the world.
R. HOE & CO.
PRINTING PRESS MIRERS,
For the Gordon and all oilier Presses.
Ol-* ALL KINDS, INCLUDING GEORGE MATHER'S
SDNs' wu!!-l.no.vu COLORED INK?, ul every tint.
CARDS & CARDBOARDS,
CP ALL KINDS AND SIZES.
De-i nitu r 14 tbsO
MINT BOOK IUXIINCNR?
QUfU AS RECORDS FOI I'UULIC OFFICES,
i I Le Igers, Journals, Casi] Dooks, Day Books, r.e., i>oit
stai i ly vu hand, und mada lo order, sud sriUi any iles
cripUitti "I Uulitiff. None bul tin: best workmen employ
ed, mid the beni mat rials uwsl.
A ; tau til al cv; (rici.ce of twenty years in theabovti
!;;.',, and writ li facliues unaurpasseu, enable me to war
BOOK BINDING AND JOB PRINTING,
lu all Its liRmchOft, with nev.- ty;>c, new jv s?e*, aud
advantages not excelled lu Oils city, lawyer's Dian bs,
Titio , Bouda, Miin;;j|;es. AT., .vc.," on hand and printed
loonier. t'istilyr DtivuilierM
MAHAN Sc GLYNN,
WEST CORSER C.HIE. H AN?CUAl.MKItS-STRKKT,
mmm m mm.
RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE COMMUNITY
that they are prw.ar? il to receive orders jor all kind*
ot BUILDING ana JODIO NO. Duo' Paceiubor M
'.?vin SUBSCRIBERS ARE PREPARED TO FVKNIHU
L GRANITE STORE FRONTS, Cl ail W ac.l fin?
ish, from ???U upwards.
IRON FRONTS, patterns of which wlM soon be a*
hand. TROUT * A Ai .sin.1 RY,
N. W. corner East Hay and Market riv us.
No. SO Market-street,
BETWEEN KING AND MEETING-STREETS
TOBACCO, SEGARS, &C.
Bl)LSJNO. GIBSON, 80N8&CO.'B VB?SKCT
150 bbla. Old Kentucky Whiskey, various brande
25 bbls. Extra Copper 1 ialillcd Whiskey
25 bbls. Dudley's O. K. Baltimore Whisk. ..
50 bbls. Common Whiskoy
200 cases Bourbon, Nectar and Ryo Whisk*.*
5 casks Brandy, Otard, Dupuy ? Cn
5 casks Hennessey Urandy
100 canes Brandy, various brands, wa/ranloc
5 pipes Holland Gin, a superior artic:..'
5 pipes Domestic Gin
50 cases Flus Gi::
:l bbls. Jamaica Rum
.1 bbb. New England Rum
IO casks Shorry Wino, "Crown Brand"
5 casks Madeira Wino
5 casks Crescent Port Wino
25 casks Port Wine, warranted a /ronni:, arl i .
50 cases 0000 .Sherry Wino
50 casca Palo Sherry Wine
50 casca Madeira Wine
50 cases Madeira Wine, Gaulcr'8 bras: J
150 cases Cider
50 casca Claret Wino
25 cases Hock Wino
25 caaos Saulorno Wino
50 baskets Piper's Hcidaeic?s Champagr.t
25 baskota Moil Obindon Champagne
:0 liuskots Melon C'liqiiot'd Chftinpe;;:je. ' ? :
10 caaos AnuisBctto Cordials
'5 ca'<ea Raspberry Cordiaca
5 caaca Caracna Cordials
5 casca Peppermint and Lomon Corde?is
o casks Wino Billers.
20 easci Drake's Plantation Bitters
25 casks AUaop'a Ale, warranted
25 caaka Younger'* Aie, warranted
30 casks Jeffrey's Ab, wairautod
2-5 catie i Bass ? Co. a Ale, warranted
25 casks Woir A Son's Edinburg Alo, warrant^
100 caelot Massey, Collina k Oo.'a ttiH?uV ipfc:a
Palo Ale. very lino
:UKi cases Philadelphia Ale, very fin a
50 casca Falkiit'a Ale, warranted
25 casks Guinea-}' Crown Stout Porter, warrant
33 casks E. St G. liibbcrt'a Lcm ion IVrt? r, , ?
50 casks Byass1 London Porter, warrant. .1
50 casks Fulkin'a .Stout Loudon Porter, wairst;:
50 casks Philadelphia Porter, pints a.<l 'juarr*
25 cases Philadelphia Porter
20 gross Gale & Axc'a Smoking Tobacco
10 gross Anderson's Solace Tobacco
io gross Anderson's Amulet Tobacco
10 gross Mickle ? Soa'a Forest Rose i. r i< ;
10 groas Mrs. Miller & Co.'a Fine Cut Tubae.---.
10 gross Micklo & Son'a Grape Braun Toba* ec.
10 gross LorOlard's Olive Branch Toba. .<.
10 M Henry Clay Segara
10 Jl Jockey Club Segara
5 M Rose d? Santiago Segara
fi 31 Kl Sol Segara
5 M Figaro Segars
S M La Sublima bogara
25 M Common Segara
Kegs of Rit ?mee Snuff
".00 Demijohns, assorted, from 1 to 5 gallons
J 00.000 Brandy, W?ily. Gin, Wine. J'oewt toe
500 gross Cori a, a ?sorted
w pounds of TIN FOIL, wiR arrive in a, fey ..ayn,
direct from Europe.
? puncheons Irish Whisky
2 puncheons Scotch Whisky
50 CMOS Irish Whisky
50 cases Sccteh Whisky
AU orders entrusted to mo for any Sectios r.f ii ?
uountiy, aimil have my immodiato attention
Goods forwarded by Espreus marla-:
C. O. D.
P. G. KE?EIGAIT.
December 12 10