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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....JAyUABY 1, 1866._?1
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N. York Advertisements.
PAPER, ENVELOPE AND STATIONERY
TRADE OF THE SOUTH.
MESSRS. CUTTER, TOWER & CO. WOULD RE
spectfuUy offer their stock on as favorable terms
[ as can be found in tho City of Kew Yorfc, such as Flat
Cap, Ruled Papers of all kinds, Cap, Letter, Octavo, Brit?
ish, Bath, fcc. Envelopes of aU ktads, in quantities from
1000 to 1,000,000. Manufacturers of Lead Pencils of all
Muds. Patent Bubber-head Lead Pencils, and Steel
Pens of aU kinds. We also will skimp tho name of any
party on Lead Pencils or Steel Pens where much is or?
dered. Our Barometer Inkstands, which wo take pleas?
ure ia offering to thc trade. Wo keep a large stock of
Albums and Diaries for 18C6. A List of Prices wiU bo
sent to any party desiring one.
CUTTER, TOWER k CO.,
Corner of Nassau and Bcekman-stects,
Whitlock Buildiug, Kew York.
October 28 lyr No. 89 Devenshire-street, Boston
JOSEPH GLLXOTT'S STEEL PE2?S~
OF THE OLD STANDARD QUALITY.
TRADE HABE: \ GILLOTT
Or Descriptive Name, and Designating Number.
SECOND SERIES.-From No. 700 to 761.
TRADE MASK: j Jo4EPH GILLOTT, With designating
\ WARRANTED, j Number.
For sale by
HENRY OWEN, JOSEPH GILLOTT & SONS,
Sole Agent Ko. 91 John-street, N. Y,
September 25 lyr
GARDNER, DEXTER & CO,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOR THE SALE OF
COTTON, No. 116PEARI^STR2ET, New York-Re?
fer to National American Exchange Bank; Ko. 24
FRANKLIN-STREET, Poston-Refer to Kational Bank
of Commerce, National Revere Bank.
Having ample means for advances, a business ac?
quaintance of twenty-five years with Eastern spinners,
and confining themselves strictly to a Commission Busi?
ness without operating on their own account, respect?
fully solicit consignments.
J. L. ABBOTT & CO., Agents ta Mobile.
C. E. DEXTER, Agent ta Columbus, Ga.
" J. C. DAYTON & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DAYTON, S PRAGUE & CO.,
Rectifiers, and Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, WINES &c,
and Manufacturers of Alcohol and Cologne Spirit, 95 per
cent., No. 107 Front-street, and Nos. 34 and 3G Desbros
8es-street, New York
A large supply of Obi Ryo and Bourbon Whiskey on
hand. Established in IS 14. f.mns October 3
""MARVIN'S NEW PATENT
ALUM AND DRY" PLASTEA
EIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
MERCHANTS' SAFES. PANKERS* STEEL BURG?
LAR PROOF AND SPECIE CHESTS, Plato aud
Jewelry Safes for Dwelling Houses, of Ornamented
Patterns, with Marble tops.
Our Safes possess thc foUowlng advantages :
They combino tho two most fire-proof substances
They aro perfectly dry, and do not corrode tho Iron.
They do not lose their fire-proof qualities by age.
Our Locks are super! Dr t? auy others in use.
MARVIN & CO.,
No. 205 Broadway, Now York.
No. 721 Chestnnt-Btreet, Philadelphia,
Agents-WM. M. BIRD & CO.-, No. 203 East Bay,
Charleston. lyr October 28
~~FITZU?GH, WILMER & M.,
FOB THE SALE OF WESTERN AND SOUTHERN
PRODUCE, and for tho purchase of Merchandise
Generally. Also, Agents for tho purchase and Bale Of J
Nos. 40 and 4'i Broadway- and No. 53 New
street, New York.
L. H. FTTZHUGH, of Ecntuckv. *
W. L. WILMER, of Philadelphia, Pa,
THOMAS C. GALE, of Norfoli, Va.
GRAHAM L. HUGHES, of St. Lotas, Mo.
November 20 Cmos
A. C. SCHAEFER, ) JAS E. BROWN k CO., )
GEO. Y. BARKER, \ Ko. 33 S. Front Street, \
Kew York. ) Philadelphia. J
A C. SCHAEFER, JR.,
CORNER LIGHT AND PRATT STREETS,
Adolphus C. Schaefer & Co.,
(FORMERLY OF BALTIMORE,)
General Shipping & Commission
O. Ill WA TE EST., NEW TO Ii E.
jaar EVERY FACILITY OTERED FOR CONSIGN?
MENTS and execution of o. ?rs in Kew York, Philadel?
phia, or Baltimore, by either house'
August 14 Cao?
,.W. B. B URT N E TT,
(SUCCESSOR TO JAMES T. STEER)
No. 45 FULTON-STREET,
STEEB & BURTKETT'S celebrated Patent PAINT and
Fine Ground and Extra PAINT BBC SHES, and Brush?
es of every description, of the best material and work?
93" Orders promptly and faithfully exocnted.
September 23 6mo
HIRAM TUCKER & CO.,
. MANUFACTURERS OF AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOLDING WOOD COTS,
OF VARIOUS SIZES, WITH
UNDULATING SPRING 1?0TT03IS,
BRONZE GOODS F O R Iv E R O S E N K .
OUR SPRING BED HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY j
used duiing the past nine yecrs, aud for neatness, !
comfort and durability, stands unrivalled: it i3 simple
ju its construction, very portable, um! can be used with
. any bedstead. J
Thc FOLDING COT has undulating spring slats, re?
quires but little bedding, is well made, and easy of trans?
" Our BRONZE CHANDELIERS. BRACKETS, HALL ?
LIGHTS, PENDANTS mid STAND LAMPS, aro al
novelty in the market, chastoaud beautiful ta design, '
fuBy equal lu color and tone to thu best French bronze,
and almost Indestructible in service.
Our facilities for manufacturing all . f thc above ;-oods j
arc of such a eba racier that we arr enabled t" oller them .
to the trade at prices that cannot fail to be satisfactory.
The trade furnished with Pattern Book and Price List
on application. HIRAM TUCKER & CO., 1
September 2'J No. .VJ John-staeet. New York.
NOLEN & STEERS,
."?3d Street anti Second Avenue,New York,
-fTFHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
y V TN AI KINDS OF
LUMBER. MANUFACTURERS OF MOULDINGS,
SASH DOORS. BLINDS, ANO liuX SHOOKS.
Turiiiu^ iu all ii.? branches. Books contaiuiug Patterns
of Mouldings sent on application.
December 27 lyr
TY]>O Foundry timi Printers' Euiporitiui.
No. 3S Gold-street, New York City.
THIS OLD ESTABLISHED FOUNDRY, HAYING A
large assortment of DOOK, N&VTSPAPL':. JOB
AND ORNAMENTAL TYPE, tue proprietors aro pro
Jpared, with ample facilities, to promptly execute aU or?
ders for same, and Pita ting materials of every descri>
?ou, including PRESSES of all .-uanufactures.
Orders may bc addressed to A. J. BURKE, our Agon
it Charleston, S. C. Brnos _October jg
First Premium Steam Saw-Mills.
TUE FIRST PRIZE,
THE GOLD MEDAL;
Was awarded ti? tho
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS
mericaa Institute, at their Fair, in October, 1?05,
for the best
AND STEAM ENGINE
RS FOR THESE, GANG SAW-MILLS, SUGAR
s General Machinery, Iron and Brass Castings,
Railmul Car*. Ac, kc, promptly filled. Ael
GEO. M. CLAPP, Treasurer,
Newburgh, N. Y., or
L. C. WARD, Agent,
Ko. 5?Liberty-6t., (Room Ko. P), K. Y.
1er 12 ?3*
N. York Advertisements.
GRIFFINS & CO., Proprietors,
Nos. 58 and 60 Cortlandt-street,
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN PLOWS,
Harrows, Cultivators, Cotton Sweeps, Hay Presses,
Cotton Presses, Cider Presses, Grain Cradles, Churns, Os
Bows, Ox Yokes, Well Buckets, Sugar Mills, Corn Mills,
Cider Mills, Fan Mills, Saw Mills, Corn Sheller*, Store
Trucks, Wheelbarrows, Sugar Pans, Shovels, Spades,
Hoes, Forks, Rakes, Scythes, Hay Cutters, Sausago Cut?
ters, Vegetable Cutters, Hand Carts, Mulo Carts, Ox
Carts, Farm Wagons, Homo Powers, Threshing Ma?
chines, Cotton Gins, Mowers and Reapers, kc.
Garden, Field and Flower Seeds.
Hoyt's Super-Phosphato of Lime, Bono Manure, Pou
drette, Plaster, kc.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Glasgow Fertilizer Companys Phosphatic and Ammo
niated Guano and Super-Phosphate of Lime, and Bruce's
Irado supplied. Order direct from
GRUFFING & CO.,
Nos. 66 and CO Cortlandt-street, New York.
November 18 4mos
CORNELIUS LOCKWOOD & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Brooms, Fainted Fails,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, MATS, TWINE
CORDAGE, French and German Baskets, Hou t
Furnishing Goods, Children's Carriages, kc.
So. 25 Fulton and No. 205 Water-sts., N. Y
Wooden Ware packed for exportation.
.LOCKWOOD.A W. LOCKWOOD
October 28 Cmos
HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFES.
Th-: must reliable protection from fir? imo known.
HEERING kCO.'? PATENT BANKERS' SAFES, with
nerring lloyd's l'aient Crystallised Iron, the best
security against a burglar's driil i cor manufactured.;
HERRING .V: CO.,
No. 251 Broadway, cor. Murray-street, New York.
FARRELL, HERRING .v CO., Philadelphia.
HERRING CU., Chicago.
Nevi ober 2 ?imo
MANHOOD ANO 'PUK VIGOR OF YOUTH
restored in four weeks, by Dr. lUCORD'S ES?
SENCE ul'LIFE. Br. Rlcord (of Paris), alter years of
earnest solicitation, bas at length acceded to tho earnest
requests of tho American public, andappoiutud :ui Agent
in New York for the sale ut l is valued and highly-prized
Essence of Life. Thia wonderful agcut will restore
manhood to thc most chattered constitutions, whether
uriti::-; from excesses, the effects of climate, or natural
causes' Tlie time required to cure the most inveterate
caso is four weeks; ami ir used according to printed in?
structions, which aro very simple, failure is impossible.
This life-restoring remc'y should bo taken by all about
to marry, as ils effect ar? permanent lt is acknowledged
by tho medical pscss to Vc tin' greatest discovery ever
made. Its developing : towers arc miraculous, .Success
iu every case ls as certain as that science overthrows lg.
norance. Dr. Rico*d's Essence of Lifo is sold in
cases, with full Instructions for use, at ?:?, or lour ijuan
tities in oue for $9, and will bo sent to any part, carefully
Hacked, on receipt of remittance to his accredited agent,
1 PHILIP ROLAND,
November 23 lyr No. S-l Liberty-street, New York.
DERRICKSON & BARTLETT,
PAPER *TD RAG DEALERS,
No. 30 Bei krnan-st reet, A*. Y.
PRINTING, WRITING, WRAPPING AND COLORED
Papers, straw and Binders' Boards, Tarred Dooling
Paper, Paper Manufacturers' Supplie*, and till kinds o
Taper-mill Machinery. Paper of every description made
to order. Rags taken in exchange for Paper, orders by
mail promptly ?(tended to. lyr October SS j
"HAFFEBTY ? MCHUGH,
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers,
WHOLESALE A.VD RETAIL,
No. 69 FD LiTON-STKEET, NEW YORK.
September 25 lyr
JAMES CONNER'S SONS'
United States Type Foundry
Nos. 28, 30 and 32 Cen t rc-st reef. New York,
Corner of Rvade-street.
THE TYPE ON WHICH THIS PAPER IS PRINTED |
ls from tho above Foundry. ly October 3
KRAFT Ss KTJLXw,
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS.OF
Straw arid Millrnerv Goods,
Nos. 261 and 2SS BROADWAY,
(OPPOSITE A. T. BTE WAST,)
AFULL SUPPLY OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR TH
market always on hand. Your patronage is r
lustfully solicited. 6mo October 28
R. H. ALLEN & CO.,
Nos. 180 Si 101 AV AT Kit-ST., NEW YORK.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY
of all kinds-Plows, Harrows and Cultivators;
mall tools for tho Farm and Garden, such as Spades,
Shovels, Hoes, Forks, Rakes, kc, and for Gross Hooks,
Scythes, Scythe-Stones, and Agricultural Hardware in
Wo offer, also, a largo assortment of our own manu?
facturo of Hay Cutters, Coffee and Grain Mills, Sugar
H?ls for Grocers' usc, Store iTucks of various patterns,
Road Scrapers, Wheelbarrows, kc.
Fertilizers of all kinds, such as Ooo's Superphosphate
rf Lime, pure Ground Bone, Peruvian Guano, and Pou
I PORTABLE STE? M ENGINES. COTTON TRES?
SES AND GINS.
Every valuable American and Foreign variety of
VEGETABLE, FLOWER and GRASS SEED and FIELD
GRAIN that has proved worthy of cultivation, grown
and selected expressly for eur trade.
Sales made in bulk, per pound or bushel, or in smaU
packets, for retailing, by tho hundred or thousand,
October 3 Smos
JOHN T. MORRELL,
Successor to JOHN MOORE,
No. 193 Front street,
Enibractng nil the New and Most Approved
Ploughs ?Sngar Mills
Harrows .Store Trucks
Cultivators ?Wheel Barrows
fiorso Hoes ?Hand Carls
Jot ton Sweeps [Fanning Milla
Hoad Scrapers Coffee Mils.
Gorden Rollers Grain Cradles
Field Rollen [Scythes
Corn ShcHcrs 'Siicalhs
Straw Cutters [Shovels and Spades
Stalk Cutters ?Hay and Manure Forks
Cotton Gins IGardcu and Hay Rakes j
Horse Powers ?UR] Threshing luaehlues, !
WAGONS, CARTS, Icc.
CASTINGS, of all kind?, modeorder.
GUANO, GROUND BOXE, POUDRETTE,
And all other Fertilizers, enid on the most favorablu j
October fi Cmos ?
lt ll It S I S U O K T II E IB V S K U M . !
LETTER FROM MR. BARNUM.
ME?SES. HERRING CO. :-G E S T LE M E N : |
Though the destruction of thc American Museum I
baa proved a serious loss to my sell and the public, I am
happy to verily the old adage, that "lt's an ill wind that
blows nobody good," and, consequently, congratulate
you that yourweU-known Safes have a; ai? demonstrated
their superior lire-proof qualities in au ordeal ol unu?
The Safe you made for mc some tbneagowas lu the
office of tho MUSOUm. Ol! th. second Hoop, bael; part III
the building, and in the hottest ol tin-lire.
Alter twenty-four hours of trial it was found among
the debris, and on opening it this day, has yielded up lis
contents in very good order-books, papers, policies o
insurance, bank bills, all lu condition for immediate
use, aud a noble commentary ou the trustworthiness of
Herring's Fire-Proof Saf?s.
Truly yours, P. T. DARNUM.
New York, July l l, 18C3.
N. York Advertisements.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
?RRMG THE li. S. MAH.
LEAVE PIER Ko. 13 NORTH RIVER, FOOT OF
Caual-street, at 12 o'clock noon, on the 1st, 11th,
and 21st o? every month (except when those dates fall on
Sunday, and then on tho preceding Saturday), the
ASPINWALL, connecting via Panama ltailway, with one
of tho Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN
FRANCISCO, touching at ACAPULCO.
1st-HENRY CHAUNCY, Captain Gray, connecting with
CONSTITUTION, Captain Farnsworth.
11th-ATLANTIC Captain Maury, connecting with GOL?
DEN CITY, Captain Bradbury.
21st-' S-W YORK, Captain Horner, connecting with
^ OLOR ADO, Captain Watkins.
Depar urcl of 1st and 21st connect at PAnama with
Steamert for SOUTH PACIFIC PORTS. Those of 1st
touch at MANZANILLO.
THROUGH PASSAGE RATES IN CTTHREXCT.
First Cabin, $350; Second Cabin, $250; Steerage, $120.
A discount of ONE QUARTER from steamers' rates
allowed to second cabin and steerage passengers wtth
families. Also, an allowance of ONE QUARTER on
through rates to clergyman and their famiUcs, and
school teachers; soldiers living honorable discharges,
Ono Hundred Pounds Baggage allowed each adult
Baggage-masters accompanying baggage through, and
attend to ladies and children without malo protectors.
Baggage received on tho dock the day before sailing,
from steamboats, railroads, aud passengers >vho prefer
to send down early.
An experienced surgeon on board. Medicino and at?
A Steamer will be placed on tho line January i?t, I860,
to run from New Orleans to Aspinwall, via Havana.
For Passage 'Tickets or further iuformatiou, apply a
the Company's Ticket Offlce, on thc Wharf, FOOT OF
CANAL-STREET, NORTH RIVER NEW YORK,
December 12 3mo F. W. (i. BELLOWS, Agent.
Nr.w YniiK, August lfltb, 1805.
Allow me to call yonr attention io my PREPARATION
OF COMPOUND EXTRACT B?CHU. Tho component
pari? are BUCHU. Losa LJ:AT, CURERS, JUNIPER
Mi ?DE < >F PREPARATION.-Bnchn, In vacuo. Juni
per Berries, by distiUation. to form a line gin. Cnbcbs
extracted by displacement by liquor obtained from Juni?
per Berries, containing very little sugar, a small propor- i
don of spirit, and moro palatable than any now iu uso.
The active properties aro by this mode extracted.
Bnchn, ns prepared by Druggists generally, is of c dark
color. His a pla.it that emits its fragrance ; thc action
of a llame destroys this (its activo principle', leaving a
dark and glutinous decoction. Mine ls thc color of in-1
gredlenls. The Buehu In my preparation predominates,
the smallest quantity of the other Ingredients ure added,
to prevent fermentation ; upon Inspection, it will be
found not to bc a Tincture, as made in Pharmacopo ;
nor is it a Syrup-and therefore can be used ic cases
where fever or inflammation exists. In this, yon have
the knowledge of the ingredients and thc mode of pre?
Hoping that you will favor it with a trial, and that upon
inspection it wu] meet with approbation.
With a feeling of your couildence,
I am, very respectfully,
H. T. HELMBOLD,
Chemist and Druggist of IC Years' Expcrienco in
Philadelphia, aud now located at his Drug
and Chemic:.} Warehouse, No. 501 Broadway,
From thc largest Manufacturing Chemist in the World.
"I am acquainted with Mr. H. T. Helmbold ; ho occu?
pied tho Drug Storo opposite my resideuce, and was suc?
cessful in conducting tho business whore others had not
boon equally so before him, I have been favorably im
(pressed with his character and enterprise.
Firm of Powers A: Weightman, Manufacturing
Chemists, Ninth and Brown-slrects,
HELMBOIJTS FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
For Weakness arising from indiscretiou. Tho exhausted
powers of Natura which aro accompanied by so many
alarming symptoms, among which wlU bc found, Indis?
position to Exertion, Loss of Memory', Wakefulness, Hor?
ror of Disease, or Forebodings of Evil ; in fact, Univer?
sal Lassitude, Prostration aud Inability to cuter into the
enjoyments of society.
Tho Constitution, oucc affected with Organic Weak
ness, requires the aid of Medicine to strengthen and in?
vigorate thc system, which HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT
BUCHU invariably docs. If no treatment is submitted
to, Consumption ur Insanity ensues.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCnU,
In affections peculiar' to "FEMALES," ls unequaled by
any other preparation, as in Chlorosis or Retention.
Painfulness or Suppression of Customary Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Schirms State of tho Uterus ; and all com?
plaints incident to tho sex, whether arising from habits
of dissipation, imprudence in, or the decano or chango
nELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
IMPROVED ROSE WASH
Will radicaUy exterminate from tho system Diseases aris
ine; from Habits of Dissipation, little expense, little orno
change In diet, no Inconvenience or exposure ; complete?
ly superseding those uupleasantand dangerous remedies,
Copaiva and Mercury, In aU those diseases.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
In aU Diseases of these organs, whether existing in
"Male" or ..Female," (rom whatever cause originating,
and no matter nf howlong standing, lt is pleasant to
tas?o tho odor, '.immediate" lu action, and more strength?
ening than any nf the preparations of Bark <>r Iron.
Those suffering from Broken Down or Delicate Consti?
tutions, proclive ibu remedy at once.
The reader must bc dwarc that however silghl may bo
thc attack of the above diseases, it ia certain tu affect his
Bodily Healtlt. Mental Powers, ami Happiness.
All (he abo\u diseases ropnire thc aid ufa diuretic.
TTRT.ATTtflT.1YH EXTRACT BUCHU
Si M.D HY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE,
p. . . inl>er 1." Imo
IS WITHOUT DOUBT THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY
BRICK DUST DEPOSITS,
IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF THE BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION OF TUE KIDNEYS,
CATARRH OF THE BLADDER,
AND ALL b'EMALK IRREGULARITIES.
Certificates nf cures from well known persons from all
part ? ol the country, in circular, will be sent on ad?
dressing MORGAN k ALLEN, Agents,
December 12 Limo No. IC Cliff-street, New York.
UNION PORCELAIN WORKS
CHINA WARE FOR HOTELS, STEAMBOATS AND
Porcelain Door, Drawer and Shutter Knobs, plain or
decorated. Also, Door Plates, Finger Plates and Shield
Number Plates ; Drawer Pulls and Knobs for Druggists'
drawers, numbered or lettered, as may bo desired; POR?
CELAIN HARDWARE TRIMMINGS of all descriptions.
THOS. C. SMITH CO., Proprietors.
Office No. 38 John-Street, K. Y. Factory Brooklyn,
E. D. 3niod October 28
No. 35 Beekman-street,
Corner ul' William, New York,
PMoOTiic Minis, MMe Paper. Folios,
November 2."i 3mos
MARBURG k CO,
Importers and HanuXnctarers o?' Segars,
No. 193 Pearl-Street,
Kovembcr i 3mo
N. York Advertisements.?]
EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT,
FOB THIRTY YEARS HAS RECEIVED THE FA?
VORABLE recommendation of the public, and
been used aiid prescribed by tho
FIRST PHYSICIANS IN THE LAND
BEST REMEDY KNOWN
Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Bil?
ious Headache, Dizziness, Costiveness,
Loss of Appetite, Gout, Indigestion, Torpidity of the
Liver, Gravel, Rheumatic Affections, Piles,
Heartburn, Sea Sickness, Bil?
And all Blmilar complaints peculiarly incidental to tho
Spring and Summer Seasons.
It is particularly adapted to the wants of Travelers by
Sea and Land, Residents in Hot Climates, Per?
sons of Ssdentaxy Habits, Invalida
and Convalescents. Captains of
Vessels and Planters wiR
find it a valuable ad?
dition to their
For Testimonials, Ac, see pamphlet with each bottle,
Manufactured only by
TARRANT AND CO.,
Sb. 278 GREENWICH-STREET, SEW TORE.
?ty For sale by all Druggists.
November 20 Cmos
MERIDEN CUTLERY COMPANY
Of an extensive variety of superior
Having also an exclusive right to uso the
A NEW ARTICLE, warranted immovable, and no
affected by HOT WATER.
IBntch.Gr, Shoe Knives, &c.
October 3 Cmos No. 45 Hcckmrtn-Kt., N. V.
HOLLEY'S AMERICAN AND EUROPEA?
IN TnE ECONOMICAL GENERATION OF STEAM,
and tho adaptation of WOOD and COKE-BURN LNG
ENGINES to COAL-BURNING : and In permanent way,
Including Road, Bed, Sleepers, Rails, Joint Fastenings,
street Railways, etc., etc By A. L. HOLLEY, B. P.,
with 77 illustrations, 1 vol., folio, cloth, S12.
D. VAN NOSTRAND, Publisher,
November 8 3mo No. lfil Broadway.
BOGERT & EVANS,
PAPER DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS
Nos. 23 PLATT AND :!0 AND 22 GOLD-STS., N. Y.
PAPER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, SIZE OR QUAL?
ITY constantly on hand, or made to order. Also,
Binders, Trunk and Straw Boards. ly October 28
~ G. PASSONS,
UNION FIRE WORKS
EMPORTER CHINESE FTRE CRACKERS, ROCKETS, &
MANUFACTURER LANTERNS, FLAGS, &c.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HIS OWN IMPORTA
No. 21 John street, near Broadway, Now York.
October 28 1 yr
ttAX?FACTURER'S HARDWARE HOUSE
HORACE W. LOVE & CO.,
No. ?36 CH IT-St reef, New York.
ORDERS FOR ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE pron.ptly
Cotton and other Southern products received on con
shjnmcnt, or in payment. lyr September 25
NATIONAL FLINT GLASS WORKS.
EDWARD RORKE & CO.,
No. 233 Pearl-Street, New York,
FLINT GLASSWARE AND COAL OIL LAMPS
of every description. Illustrated Catalogues, with pries
lists, sont free on application. 3mo October 3
DICKERSON, REED & CO.
IMPORTER!" OF AND DEALERS IN
TTN PLATE, SHEET IRON, COPPER, WIRE, ZINC
and all other articles for tinners nse.
No. 29 and 31 CLIFF-ST., cor. FULTON,
8optember 25 lyr Now York.
CIHANDELIERS, OFFICE LAMPS.
/ Hall Lanterns, Billiard Lamps.
Ship Lamps, Street Lanterns.
Diuiug Room Lamps. Spring Candlesticks.
Side Lamps, Kitchen Lamps.
Factory Lamps, Station Lamps.
Sewing Lamps, Bracket Lamps,
Railway Lamps, Suspending Lumps.
And all articles appertaining to thu trade.
DIETZ A: CO.. Manufacturers,
Manufactory and Sales Rooms,
Nos. 132 and RU William-strecl,
November lu linwomo New York.
NEW YORK TYPE FOUNDRY,
IsTO- ?2 BEEKMAN-5TREET.
TY HINTERS ARE INVITED TO CALL ON THE SUD
5 (SCRIBER, where they eau bu supplied with every
niylc of PRINTING TYPES, made from unrivalled hard
nu tal, and finished bi thc mos! accurate manner, with
PRESSES and every article tle-y require, at thc LOWEST
PRICE to cash or approved paper.
ELECTROTYPING : ND STEREOTYPING.
Second-hand Pressesaud materials bought aud
Type Coppcrfiiccd to order by the Nev. lon Com i
Ponts assorted with accents for Spanish, Freuch
Oki Type (aleen in rxcliange for New at 15c. per pound I
November H wini lyr I'. C. CORTELYOU.
Codon Gins! Colton Gir.s! Cotton Gins !
Taylor, Brown, Eagle, Southern,
Emory & Craven, McCharty
WITH ENGINES. HORSE POWERS, AND
EVERY THING COMPLETE FOR RUNNING
IN STORE, AND READY FOR DEMEDIATE
bllirMENT AT THE LOWEST RATES, RY
JOHN B. FULLER,
No. S Dey-street
October 3(1 mwflyr
TUE CELEBRATED PATENT
UNION AV ASHING MACHINE,
Admitted to bc Hit-best in Ute World.
First Trizo Medals awarded i:i Europe and
Washes perfectly without soaking, rubbing, or boiling.
Attached to it (or separately) is tho
PATENT UMO-N WRINGER,
with Cog-whccls aud solid white Rubber Rolls-thc- best
aud most durable made.
These Machines are invented by a uativc of Arkansas,
and are tho same so highly spoken of by Confederate
ofllcers, who Used them in Johnson's Island Prisou.
.7. WARD & CO..
No 157 Broadway, New York.
VAN NAME & CO., Western Agents, Chicago, St.
Louis and Cincinnati, thm:huos November 23
ti. York Advertisements.
NO. 45 COURTLANDT-STREET, NEW-TORE.
ITTROCGUT AND GALVANIZED IRON PIPE AND
'ORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES
September 28 Orno"?
J. T. RICHARDS & CO.
No. 9 Platt-strcct, T.
BARGAINS DAILY RECEIVED FROM AUCTION.
A LSO, A REGULAR ASSORTMENT OF REGULAS
tL GOODS adapted to the Southern trade.
Mr. RICHARDS, formerly of Richmond, Va,, is tho
ougkly acquainted with the Southern requirements.
)rders promptly filled and satisfaction guaranteed.
November 1 wfmSmos
STRENGTH TO THE WEAK!
YOUTH TO THE AGED!
rHI3 PREPARATION IS UNEQUALED AS A REJU
VENATOR and Restorer of wasted inert functions.
The feeble, the aged, and oU those who have in any
ray impaired their vitality by excessive mental or phy
leal application, will find tho Biohreno to bo what its
mmo implies, a Life Rejuvenator, which, while it builds
ip tho shattered constitution, -.rill also impart to the
eelings tho briskness and energy which belong to
No matter by what cause any organ has become un
eebled in its functions, this superb preparation wUI re?
nov? that cause at once and forever.
:cnr.s GENERAL DEUILITY, IMTOTENCY, NEB. voes IN
:APACITT. DYSPEPSIA, DEPRESSION, Loss OF APPETITE,
JOW SPIIUTS, IMBECILITY, MENTAL INDOLENCE, EMACIA
TON, ENNUI. IT HAS A MOST DELIGHTFUL, DESIRABLE
.ND NOVEL EFFECT UFOS TUE NERVOUS STSTEM; and all
che arc in any way prostrated by nervous disabilities
re earnestly advised to seek a cure in this most cx
clleut and unequaled preparation.
Tile FEEBLE, the LANGUID, tho DESPAIRING, tho
)LD, ?hould Rive this valuable discovery a trial; it will
ie found totally different from all other articles fer tho
To FEMALES.- This preparation is invaluable in nerv
ms weaknesses of all kiuds, as it will restore tho wasted
itrength with wonderful permanence.
It ic also a grand tonic, and will give relief in Dyspep?
tic with the first dose. A brief persisteucc in its use
viii renovate thc stomach to a degree of perfect health,
md banish Dyspepsia forever.
One Dollar per bottle, or six bottles for ?5. ' Sold by
Sent by express anywhere, by addressing. .
IIUTCHIrVGS & HILLYER,
No. 2? DEY-STREET,
Sold in Charleston by MORGAN ft BROS.
Doccmber 25 mwfGmo NEW YORK.
HUNGERBUHLER & UNHERR,
C. f; I V ll K II ll A CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN VUL?
CANITE JEWELRY, and ARTISTS IN HAIR, No.
?91 Broadway, New York.
L HUNGERBUHLER..JOHN- A. LINHERR.
November 8 wfm3mo
E. SIMPSON & CO.,
Importers of Wines and Liquors,
NO. 17 DEY STREET, NEAR BROADWAY, N. Y.,
will keep constantly on hand a largo stock of FINE
J LD WHISKY._mwf 2mo_November 20
R. A. HEMPST?AD^
SOLE AGENT FOR
GLO1A.SON Ss VOGEL,
PLAIN AND JAPANNED TIN WARE
Of every description.
Nos. 118 and 120 Maiden-Lane, New York.
November 29_ wm?mo
IMTORTEB. OF FRENCH, ENGLISH AND GERMAN
Toys, Fancy Goods, China & Fireworks*
MANUFACTURER OF TRANSPARENT SLATES,
So. 30 .John-street, New York.
November 10 fmwlyr
F. C. LIG-HTE Ss CO~
(Lato Lighto k Newton and Lighto & Bradburys),
Manufacturers of First Class Piano Fortes,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY RECALL THEMSELVES
to thc memory of their former Southern custc
iiers, being still at their old stand, No. 121 Broomo
itrcet, New York City. Highest premium at the Anieri
:au World's Fair and Exhibition of thc Industry of all
S'ations. Send for Circulars, Price Lists. Testimonials,
tee. wfm3mo November 29
ATEMT AGE?C Y~
Ai^^F^Wi?sj Established iu 1840?
I'VLr- SIKsL FESSES. MOTTN & CO.,
P\ lag "-' fin *\-ftv> Editors otthaScktrUjkAmcrieum,
J . . ' ??'^TK|P SOLICIT01?3 OF AMERICAN
? EL /fe^iit??ri * EUROPEAN ?I'ATENTS,
-."--'..i-tf^-. --. win, a Brandi O.'iice at Wash,
burton. During tho past seventeen years MEiUR? MINN
.t Co. have neted as Attorneys for morethan SULUn tn
r emu rs. and statistics show that nearly osa-nnas of ail
the aptnieaUon for patents annually made In tba United
.-tale , are solicited through thoSdcntUlo American rat?
ent Agency. Alt businessconnected \?i,b the Exawbia
thin irf Inventions, P?>?pan"5 SpccWcatlona, Drawings,
for?ats, Asnignnwnts ot Patents, Prosecuting Rejected
Cases, Interferences, Ite-lssue? and E>.tca.-!o:uoi* Patee!-?,
ami Opinions of thu InMnscnMrnt anil Validity of Patents,
trail receive tliu most careful attention.
Inatenta secured In England, rYancc, Rclshrai. Austria,
Russia, Prussia, and idl otiicr 'irriga countries where l',.r
enttawscslsb A Pamphlet. "Advice Uow to Secura
betters Patent," lucludlng Hie l'aient Laws of the Culled
states, furnished tree. All communications coullden.
HIES TI & CO.,
No. 37 r.M'.iC ROW, NEW TORE.
September 29 . fmw3mo
COTTON AND WOOL HAND C.1R?S.
SARGENT M & CO'S
GEM INK fi i WIIITTEMORI
SARGENT & CO.,
Hardware ami Card MMUifiit'turers,
No. 7U BEEKM.iN-STEEET, N. Y.,
SOLESUCESSOESTO TUE WHETTEMORE "PATENT
SET," and only niauufacturers ol thc GENUINE
vVHITTEMORE COTTON CARDS.
Dealers are cautioned against worthless incitions.
Method Ls 11 i?ook- S tore,
nnd Gene rai Snnday-Sehoo! Depository,
IVo. V? ? Nussau-strcet. Nc iv York,
TTTTHERE CLERGYMEN AND SUNDAY-SCHOOLS
\ V aro supplied at pubUshcrs' wholesale prices. Tho
best books from the different Societies constantly on
lund. Church and Sunday-school Music Books, Family
ind Pocket Bibles, fee kc. mwfJmu November 20
EULIN & CORNWELL,
No. 234 Pearl-st., New York,
STATIONERS, PRINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS AND
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
ALSO DEALERS IN PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS,
School and Miscellaneous Books. The t rade sup
plied at publishers' prices. Orders from Banks, Rad
roads aud Insurance Companies solicited.
November 20 mwf 3mo
LIQUOR DEALERS, DISTILLERS
ESSENTIAL OILS FOR FLAVORING AND IKE
PROVING BRAND i', RUAI, PORT WINE,BOTO
BON, RYE, SCOTCH and IRISH WHISKIES Age an?
Body Preparation for neutralizing and nullifying Whis?
ky and Spirit; Colorings, Syrups and Fruit Juices for
Brandy, Whisky and Wines; Oils and Extracts of Cog?
nac and other Brandies, Holland and London Gin, 4c
Dr. F's Treatiso on Fermented Liquors, with One
FOR DRUGGIST'S USE
PERSIAN INSECT POWDER, FLY PAPER, LOAD?
STONE, Fluorspar and Fluoric Acid, Manganese, and
all rare Chemicals and Drugs.
FOR SOAP MANUFACTURERS.!
SILLICATE OF SODA IN CRYSTALS, LIQUID AND
JELLY form, China, Clay and Terra Alba, Soapstone
Rosin, Soda Ash, Ac, Ac.
Orders addressed to JOS. W. FEUCKTWANGEIt,
No. 55 Cedar-street, New York
November 1 ru wi 3mo
AGUA de MAGNOLIA. .
ATOILET DELIGHT I THE LADIES'TREASURE
and gentleman's boon! The "sweetest thing""
and hygeet quantity. Manufactured from the rici?
Southern MagnoUa. Used for bathing tho face and per?
son, to render the skin soft and fresh, to prevent empo?
tions, to perfume clothing, Ac.
It overcomes the unpleasant odor of perspiration: -
It removes redness, tan, blotches, kc.
It cures nervous headache aud allays inflammation.
It cools, softens, and adds delicacy to the skin.
It yields a subdued and lasting perfume.
It cures mosquito bites and stings of insects.
It contains no material injurious to the skin.
Patronized by Actresses and Opera Singers. It
i what every lady should have. Sold everywhere." Try
the MagnoUa Water once, and you wiR use uo other Co?
logne, Perfumery, or Toilet Water afterwards.
DEMAS BARNES & CO.
Props. Exclusive Agents, N. Y
October 30 mwflyr
HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA BALM.
THIS IS THE MOST DELIGHTFUL AND EXTRA?
ORDINARY article ever ulscovi red. It change?
tho sun-burnt face and hands to a pearly satin texture
of ravishing beauty, imparting the marbia purity Qt
youth, and the distingue appearance so inviting in tho
city bello of fashion. It removes tan. freckles, pimples
and roughness from thc skin, leaving the complexion
fresh, transparent and smooth. It contains uo material
inJurioiiH to tho skin. Patronized by Actresses and
Opera Singers. It ls wh:\t every lady should have. Sold
everywhere. Retail price 50 cents.
Prepared by W. E. HAGAN. Trev, N. Y.
Address all orders to DEMAS BARNES k CO.,
October 30 mwflyr New York.
ELLY, ZACHARIE k CO,,
INTO. 210 BOWERY, TNT. "2"J?
EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURERS OF
M?2" Catalogues sent free.
November 10 fmw 3mos
"HOSIERY, GLOVES, &C,
TOGETHER WITH A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
GENTS' FURNISHING GOOTfS,
Fancy WooUcns, Yarns, Batts, Wadding. &c.
W. H. k L. C. THORNE A CO.,
Importers aud Jobbers,
No. 3G Church-street, New York.
November 29 wmf3mo
JESSUP & CHILDS,
Importers and Manufacturers,
No. 127 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
FBENCH AND AMERICAN ZINC, PAINTS, tc, ENG?
LISH and American White Leads, Boiled OIL
Colored Paints, French Window Glass, kc.
November 20 mwf3mo
E7D. VALENTINE & CO.'S
FINE GOLD FENS,
CASES, HOLDERS, etc.,
NO. 15 MAIDEN LANE. NEW YORK.
These Pens are imo, elastic, and every one warranted :
arc assorted in largo or small lots to suit dealers, who
aro requested to send for Price Lists.
November 8 wfm 3mo
"TUMPS! PUMPS! PUMPS!
Steam, Force, Snction arni Lifting Pnips
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION :
STEAM AND GAS PIPES,
Pipe and Steam Fittings,
AND EVERT DESCMTTlO? Ct
[Plumbers', Gas and Steam Fitters''
FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST RATES,
JOHN B. FULLER,
No. 8 DEY-STREET, NEYV YORK.
November 10 fmwlyr
HAVK PROVED MEIR ] Xl -NARY CURA?
TIVE powers in Pnlmci '. Nervous dis?
eases, during a period of nearly ? . -rn. both lu thu
h inds of the Medical prof. - . the people. No
remedy lias ever calle?] fi?rtli?r? . ttalified testimo?
nials of in efficacy as tnt*. ? : . wlug extract Bi
given from a letter dated
* * * "Tho HxTfornosrn: *.. become so firm?
ly established In my estimation. ? . newt of steere
tiling, M an INFALLIBLE REM 1 ? tcissayingmucll,
I know) FOR CONSUMPTION. ? .:. olmoit koptlua
ases, that I du not hesitated I that ALL cases o
antral consumption ABE INC! i Ll WITHOUT IT.
"AMHtnsi " : i W., Feb. 9,1868.
? ".. : LICE, M. D."
Pitiers.- lu 7 oz. and 10 oz. ; riles, 81 and 2 each,
killi Ly ell ft --pectablc Druggists, .....: thu Sole Gene
De pot, wholesale and retail.
J. WIN i-1 ?TEB ,v. CO.,
No. 3G -J::. . :.. :, Nev Turk.
September 20 ftuw ly
THE WORLD'S FAIR ll LONDON, "
/Bk THE GREA" FAIR OP ,lxULv
?'?'? American Lusti atc. and the state
( r\ <~ Fairs of Vcr: . New York, IUl
\V ?aC5??3 uoi"- 0nS ? .'. '..:i"-,> Wisconsin,
, /TS-KR' y y" Keutm.Uy : . jsylvania, have
J \\p%3& I decide! th:. ! c Universal
|S||L CLOTHES WRINGER,
^.^?p^^^^y W?ITH Coi V.":EELS, is tl?:
OVER 3CC .OOO
Of them have been sold and . now in use in th?
United State's. They save Cl. :hi - !.. ! r .Mid Time.
EVERY WRINGER IS WAEE.A
Beak rs cud Canvassers can :... t-.cyfast selling
them in every town. Exclusiv-.- j t-i the ats:
IHustratod Price List ami Ter r ?nmttree.
R. C. BROWNING. Gen i Ag't,
No. : I. Bi CAD WAY, N. Y.
November 1 wtmSmo
%Vt KEROSENE COOEING '. 3 S ARAT?S. ALL
tra' the Cookiu'i for a Family :.. ; : ?lons with K?RO
ta?' SENE OIL, with less trott'-: r.-. . at kssesnens
ji7;- than by any other fuel. N ; Kt a&hes-iiotMC
tSr ble in building fires, and v. - : :'n !.
/,"5j* Send for Circular and Prie i
KEROSENE LAMP-IIEA?-.- " OMPANY,
Novembers wfmSmos Nc. 2 i rearl-st., N. Y