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MERCHANTS OF Tiffi SOUTH.
rE UNDERSIGNED, WHOLESALE DEALERS,
advise you of the fact that Charleston 1B acorn s
market for the purchase of goods, and in view ol
the early opening of the spring trade, wo beg to solicit
tho resumption of the patronnge so liberaUy extonaea
to this market lu the past ...
Wo are aware that many old and respected firms wiu
be missed from our number, but many familiar name*
wiU bo found tu now associations, reidy to supply tne
wants of tho Trade, as of yore, and otner old and new
firms .rill bo added to our number at an carly day.
The cash aud short credit system hsvin? been univer?
sally adopted in ali the Northern tuarkcu. wo aro ueces
sarUy oompolted to adopt a like eyetem as. thc? ou y safe
one on winch to conduct badness end tho heavy per
contato otoo neeeasary to o .ver bad dont? rill now be
.avoided. Sm di profits and quick returns-viii be the
SK. and nude,- its w-rkiiU" wo hon.. not only to restore
?>o our ancient city its former prosperity, but to extend
aor trade to the full orten-of thc capabiUtiee her ex
aeUont ?eogMubical position and natural advantage
afford. Oar interest and ambition combine to stimu
Sate us in atuimn,' this result.
Tho?'Mith C-trulina Rall mad Is now open to Colum?
bia and i's Pre*id.?tit baa officially informed ns that the
Augusta lin-- ?rill be completed to Blackville this month,
and that ou the a.-.st of Fcuruary he ?rill receive through
freight to Aiwtnsta. A Uno of st'-araers to Savannah will
afford fac? litios for 'hipping in that direction. It U our
2>nrpo.-:o to have in st'ire by tho list of Fobruary a cum
?oleto and varied assortment ot* good? in onr respective
Kines adapted to the npring trade, md every exortion
.jhall bo made to nromote your interests.
Wo exton 1 to you the baud ot commercial fellowship,
and solicit your co-operation and patronutfo tn our effort,
to make Charleston tho centre of southern trade. Give
tis tho oneourugeiucut wo ask, and you will enjoy all the
advantages of a cheap homo market.
*W. T. BURGE A CO.
EDWIN BA TES A CO.
J. R. RE VD ft CO.
STRAUSS, VAN CES A CO.
AITKIN. NOYES ft JOHNSTON.
KING ft GOODRICH.
JAM KS B BETTS.
STOLL. W Lilli ft CO.
P. EPsTIX, Nu. 2?S K mg street.
P. LYONS ft CO.
H. D. urfRKETT ft CO., Successor of Dewing, Thayer
NORTH. STEELE ft WARLELL.
Millinery and Straw Goods
I. ENGNICK ft SELL.
"WILLIAMS ft COVERT.
Boots and Shoes.
E. B. STODDARD ft CO.
D. P. FLEMING ft CO.
T. M. BKlsi'i >L. Successor of Dunham, Taft ft Co.
EDWARD DALY, Agent.
JOHN COM HISS.
liais and Caps.
H. H. WILLIAMS ft CO.
WILLIAMS ft COVERT.
P. HORSEY, No. 25 Hayne Btrcet, Successor to Horsey,
Anten ft Co.
J. E. ADGER ft CO.
HASTIE, CALHOUN ft CO., No. 24 Hayne street.
HART ft CO.
E. L. DEMING ft CO.
Agricultural Implements & Machinery,
LETT LE ft MARSHALL, No. 173 East Bay street.
E. J. DAWSON ft 00.
BOG BET, DENN Y ft 00.
Carriages and Harness.
L. CHAPIN ft 00.
B. W. GALE ft 00.
NATHAN ft OTTOLKNGUT.
Paper Hangings, Window Shades and
H. W. KINSMAN.
EDWIN BATE8 ft 00.
MAGULLAR, WILLIAMS ft PABKEB.
PIERSON ft 00.
HASTIE, CALHOUN ft CO., No. 3* Hayns street.
JENNINGS, THOMLINSON ft CO.
BARRAL, NICHOLS ft CO.
KING ft CASSIDEY.
JOSEPH J. MORGAN.
L. CHAPIN ft CO.
JOHN KEN I EICK, No. 48 Broad street.
WEBB ft SAGE.
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN ft CO.
Draper and Tailor.
f PHILLIPS, Ko. 32 Broad street.
<JEO. W. WILLIAMS ft CO.
-CHARLES II. MOISE ft CO.
GEO. W. CLACK ft CO.
J. ft F. DAW.-ON.
J.F. O'NEILL A S->*<, so. IB" Esst Bay.
.W. H. CHAFEE.
HENRY BISCHOFF ft CO
THOMPSON ft BRO.
CAHILL ft CO.
JOHN KING ft CO.
WAGENER. HEATH ft M0N6EES.
J. H. ft D. MULLER.
Hay and Grain Merchant*.
JOHN a BIRD ft CO.
Building Material, Sash, Ul inri aud
.W. P. RUSSELL ft CO.
Carpetings, Oil Cloths, Matting?, and
CHAS. D. CARR ft 00.
Grocers, Auctioneers aud < ommissiot)
BRUNS ft DEE.
Auctioneers, Commission Merchants,
Dealers in Dry Hoods.
T. SAVAGE HEY WARD ft SONS. No. 12S Knit Bay street,
Charleston, S. C., and No. 141 AsgusU, Ga.
Steam Bakery, Crackers. Biscuit?, &c.
J. C il. CLAUSSEN ft CO.
Iron and Mill Bauds and Machinery
J. M. LASON.
Shipping, Commission and Wholesale
ARCHIBALD GETTY ft CO.
P. CONNER ft CO.
February 7 Wfm j,-,,
AUSTIN, ANDRUS & CO,,
NO. 131 MEETING-STREET.
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH
"JOHN KING & co.,
IMPORTERS & Y7H0LET ALE DEALERS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS
CROCKERY, HOLLOWWARE AND GLASSWARE.
BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, ftc
Mtmmbcrl_K?' 88 ?ASE L-STREET
OTJ??;,THEn.V'FKLY RECORD CAN BE PUR?
CHASED at H. P. RUO?'?, Marker-street, and M M
QUINN'S, King-street, at winch places wMi can ?
?3"* . .0 ~ --'-._i.i i. t-i\'il l?rJ i,T
N. York Advertisements.
IODIDE OF POTASSIUM,
WITH THE COMPOUND CONCENTRATED
FLUID EXTRACT OF VALUABLE ME?
DICINAL ROOTS AND HERBS.
WTXiTliIAlVr Et. GREGG, jVC. 3D-,
Q BADU ATS OF THE COLLEGE 0? PHYSICIANS AND
SURGEONS, NEW YORK; FORMERLY A?BI?T
ANT PH?SICIN IN TUE DLACKWELL'S
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
A REVOLUTION IN MEDICINE.
WHAT MAY SEEM ALMOST INCREDIBLE IS, THAT
?nany diseases hitherto considered hopelessly .ncnrable
?re frequently cured in a few days or week?; and we
cheerfully invite tho investigations of tho liberal-minded
md sclent Mc to euroa which have no parallel at the
During the past five years we have contended with ob?
stacles and overcome opposition as herculean as were
?ver encountered by any reformers.
RAPIDITY OF CURE.
Some say, "Your cure3 aro too quick," wlillo other?
toubt their permanence, and think tbat diseases can
mly be cured by the "slow, recuperativo process of
This ls our reply: In health, tho body, like a well
balanced scale, ls in a state of equilibrium. But when,
rom any (.aune, down goos one side of tbe scale, we have
the effects of disease. What is requisito ls to restore the
normal balance of the scale.
Constitution Life Syrup
ls a positive and specific remedy for all diseases origi?
nating from an IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD, and
for all (hereditary} diseases transmitted from parent to
It ls BO universally admitted that CONSTITUTION
LIFE SYRUP is the only effective means of resuM-adon
In the various forms of Paralysis, that we need not reit?
erate that lt ls emphatically the Great Life-giving
INDIGESTION, WEIGHT AT STOMACH, FLATU
LEN OE, LIVER COMPLAINT, WANT OF
APPETITE, BAD BREATH, CON?
8TBUMA, KING'S EVTL, GLANDULAR f,WELLINGS,
ERYSIPELAS, ULCERATION, SALT RHEUM.
This taint (hereditary and acquired), ADing life with
untold misery, is, by all usual medical remedies, incu?
ARTHRITIS J, LUMBAGO, NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, ,
GOUT. TIC DOLOREAUX. 1
If there ls any disease in which the CONSTITUTION !
LIFE SYRUP is a sovereign, it ls In Rhenatattam and its
?nired affections. Tho most intense pains are almost
instantly alleviated-enormous swellings are reduced.
Dases, chronio or vioarious, of twenty ot forty years'
itaudlng, have beon cured by us. j
Constitution Life Syrup
purges tho system entirely from all the evil effects of
Mercury, removing th; Bad Breath and cering the Weak
Joints and Rheumatic Pains which the use of Calomel ls
rare to produce. It hardens Spongy Gums, and secures
the Teeth as firmly a? ever.
Constitution Life Syrup
indicates, reot and branch, all Eruptive Diseases of the .
Bon, hie j
ULCERS, PIMPLES, BLOTCHES,
and aB other difficulties of this kind, which so much ?
disfigure the ?utward appearance of both males and 1
fem al es, ofte . ranting them a disgusting object o them?
selves and their rieuds. ,
For all F ra of OlceratM Diseases,
Blther of tho Nose, Throat, Tongue, pine, Forehead or ?
Bcalp, no remedy has ever proved its equal.
Moth patches upon the female face, depending upon a
diseased action of thc Liver, oro very unpleasant to the
young wifo and mother. A few bottles of CONSTITU?
TION LIFE SYRUP will eorrect the seoretlon sad re?
move the deposit, which ls directly under tho sida. '
Diseceos of the Liver, giving rise to Languor, Dirti?
ness, indigestion, Weak Stomach, or an ulcerated or
cancerous ?ondltfcn of that organ, accompanied with
buming or other unpleasant syroprems, wilt be relieved
by the use of
Constitution Life Syrup.
As a Genend Blood-Pu?fyinr Agent, the LIFE SYRUP
stands unrlvaUod by any preparation in the world.
THE RICH AND POOR
are Rabio to the same diseases. Nature and Science
have made the CONrTTTTUTION LITE SYRUP fer the
benefit of alL
producos healthy men and women ; and if the constitu?
tion is neglected in youth, disease and early death ls the '
result Do not delay when the means are so near at
band, and within the reach of all.
Constitution Life Syrup
IS THE POOR MAN'S FRIEND AND THE RICH
WllaLIAM E GREGG, M. D"
Sole Proprietor, New York.
MORGAN & ALLEN,
WKOLSSALE DRUGGISTS, Agents,
No. 46 CLIFF-STREET, NEW YORK.
January 3 3m? ott-"--"*A^TO?.
N. York Advertisements.
THE CELEBRATED PATENT
UNION WASHING MACHINE,
Admitted to be the beet in the World.
first Priae Medals awarded la Europe an i
Washes perfectly without soaking, rubbing, or boiling.
Attached to it (or separately) is the
PATENT UNION WRINGER,
with Cog-wheels and solid white Rubber Rolls-the best
and most d u fable made.
These Machines are invented by a nativo or Arkansas,
ind are tho samo so highly spoken of by Confederate
officers, who used thew in Johnson's leland Prison.
J. WARD ft CO.,
No 457 Broadway, New York.
VAN NAME ft CO., Western Agents, Chicago, St.
Louis and Cincinnati. tlini3mos November 23
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
MilffiiN'S PILLS !
THE COMBINATION OF INGREDIENTS IN TOKSE
PILLS is Gae result of a long and extensive prac?
tice. They aro mild ii their operation, and canuot do
harm to tho mast delicate; certain in correcting all Ir?
regularities, Painfnl Menstruations, removing all ob?
structions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache,
pain in tho side, palpitation of tho heart, whites, all ner?
vous affections, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and
limbs, ftc., disturbed sleep, which arise from interrup?
tion of nature.
DR. CHEESEMANS PILLS
was tho commencement of a new era in tho treat?
ment of Irregularities and obstructions which have
consigned so many to a PRKHATDRE GUA VB. No female
can enjoy good health unless nbc is regular, and when?
ever au obstruction takes plac the general health begins
to decline. These Pills 'omi the finest pr?paration ever
pur forward, with IMMEDIATE and PERSISTENT SUC?
CESS. ZD OZXT'T BE DECEIVEP.
lake this advertisement to your Druggist, and tell u'.-ra
that you tonne th* REST n:nl most RELIABLE FE?
MALE MEDICINE IA' TUE WOULD, which Li com?
prised in these Pills.
DR. CHEESEMANS PILLS
have been a Standard Reine j for over thirtv years, and
arc tho most effectual ono ever knoa*ufor all com?
plaints peculiar to Females. To all classes they aro in?
valuable, inducing, with certainty, periodical regularity.
They aro known to thousands, who have used theni, at
diffo'cnt periods, t?ironyhoi.t tho country, "Having the
sanction of some of tho most eminent Physician* in
Explicit direction*, ?tating vt -n they thould not br med
with each Box-tho price One Dollar per ?lox, or C boxes
for $5, containing from Go to CO Pills.
Pills $cnt by mail promptly, socoro from o'iftv.-rvatlou,
by remitting to the Proprietors. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS
HUTOHINGS ft HILLYER, Proprietors.
. No. 2t'Dey-strcct, New York.
Sold In Charleston by MORGAN c BROTHERS.
December 12 tuths6mo
A. J. LERCHE,
MAXTTTA OTU HEB AND DXALXR Ttl ALL KIND.' OF
Traveling Bags, Ladites' French Satchels,
No. 60 C0RTLANDT-8TREET,
?- ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
THE PATENT BOOT ARD SHOE,
WOODEN SOLE AND HEEL
WILL OUTWEAR THREE PAIR OF THE OLD
style; Once worn, you will never boy any other.
Particularly adapted to the Laboring Classes.
THE UNION BOOT AND 8HOE COMPANY,
No. 38 Dejr-atvect, New York.
January lt wfm3mo
JP. O. LIGHTS Se 00_,
(Lase Lights ft Newton and Light? ft Bradburys),
Manufacturers of First Class Piano Fortes,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY RECALL THEMSELVES
to the memory of their former Southern custo
nora, hoing still at their old stand. No. 431 Brooms
itreet, New York City. Eigbeet premium at the Amen
.an World's Fair and Exhibition of the Industry oi al1
s'aUons. Send for Circulars, Price lists, Testimonials,
kc wfm3nio November U9
HOSIERY, GLOVES, &c,
TOGETHER WITH A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
roney Woollens, Yarns, Batts, Wadding, Ac.
W. H. ft L. 0. THORNE ft CO.,
Importers and Jobbers,
No, Sd Church-street, New York.
November 24 wmf3mo
NEW YORK TYPE FOUNDRY,
PTO. ?2 BEEKMAN-STREET.
PRINTERS ARE INVITED TO CALL ON THE SUB
SCRIBER, whero they can be supplied with ever}
rtyle of PRINTING TYPES, made from unrivalled hart
netal, and finished tn the most accurate manner, witt
PREHSES and every article they require, at the LOWEST
PRICE for cash or approved poper.
ELECTROTYPING AND STEREOTYPING.
Second-hand Press?? and materials bought au d
[ype Oopperfaced to order by the Newton Om
fonts assorted with accents for Spanish, French
Old Type taken in exohongn for Mew at ISc. per pound
November 8 wfm lyr _P. C. OORTELYOU.
SECOND DOOR FROM BROADWAY,
OPPOSITE THE PARK, NEW YORK.
N. HUGGINGS, Proprietor.
Daoaaaber 18 niwfSmo
IHTOBTBB OP FE US Oil, USOLLsn AND OEHJIAX
Toys, Fancy Goods, illina & Fireworks.
MANUFACTURER OF TRANSPARENT SLATES,
Ko. 39 John-street, New York.
November 10_ fmwlyr
A. PEARL & CO.,
DEPOT, No. 75 FULTON-STREKT. ?I. Y.
Price List sent free.
UX)LPH PEARL.H. D. DUMONT
November 20 wfmftmos
' R. A. HEMPSTEAB.
SOLE AGENT FOR
GLEASON ?Sc VOGEL,
MAXurAOTOH '.nfl or
PT. A TN AND JAPANNED TIN WARE
Of ?vary description.
No. 207 Pearl-street, New York.
IptmPS! PUMPS! PUMPS!
Steam, Farce, Snction and Liftini Pump?
OF 3VERY DESCRIPTION :
g V B A St AND GAS P 1 P K H.
Pip? and strain Fittings,
ASO miT nascnimoR or
Plumbers', Gas and Steam Fitters'
POE SALE AT "Til? LOWEST RATES.
JOHN B. FULLER,
f.?.* L'ri-?'i^IEi'. XstH I Ol'. H..
Koramher w fmwlyr
N. York Advertisements.
SOI? MADHLNERY DEPOT.
J. B. SCHENCK, Agent,
Ko. 70 HAIDEN LA*F, NEW YORK,
0FTER8 FOR SALE
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES
of all sizos, CIRCULAR SAW MILLS of the most
approved construction, cutting from 10,000 to 20,000
feet of Lumber per day: REYNOLD8' TURBINE WA
TER WHEELS, and all tinda of Machinery fer Working
Wood and Iron, vbt:
Stvaru and Gas Pipes
Steam and Water Guig&a
. Upright Reserving Mills
Circular Reserving Mills
Sbalting Pulleys and Rangeas
Rubber sud Leather Ecitrus
Circular Saw Benches
Power Morticing Machines
Blind Slat Tenoning Machines
Daniels' Planing Machines
Gray A Wood's Planing Uachh&i
Woodworth Planing Machines
Foot Morticing Machine*
Leather and Rub) ter Ilo.'o
Plumbiimand Oas Fitting
Wright's Patent Scroll Saws
Patent Bolt Scroll Saws
Lifting Pumps .
Rotary and Mining Pumps.
Every description of Machinery and RaUway Supplies.
COTTON GINS ol' tho most approved construction.
January 3 wfmlyT
IN ADDITION TO OUR OWN MANUFACTURE OF
Southern and other styles of
PLOWS, CULTIVATORS, CORN-SHELLERS, FAN?
NING MILLS, HARROWS,
And all other Implements, wo offer on tho boat terms.
Saw and Roller Cotton Gins, Cotton Presses, Hoadley's
Portable Steam Engines, Portabio Sugar and
Sorgho Cane Mille, Horpe Powers and
Threshing Machines, tho Clipper
Mowing and Reaping Ma?
chines, Wine ProaseB,
And every style of Carts and Wagcus for Plantation or
S3- Paint and Drug Mills, Sugar MiUs for Grocers'
uso, Canal and Uardon Wheelbarrows, Ditching and
Draining Toola, Hay and Stalk Cutters, Horse Raker
and Gleaners, Hand and Pc wer Grain and Coffee Mills,
with a general assortment of Scythes and Cradles,
Rakes, Forks, Spades, Shovels, and
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
AUE?CT OF TUM
Nonpareil Wasldng Machine and Wringer,
Peruvian, Phoephatio and Am monia ted Guanos; X. T.
Coe's Super-Phosphate of Lime, Ground
Bone, Poudre tte, he.
FIELD GRAINS & SEEDS,
With every variety of Domestic and Foreign Vegetable
Seeds carefully put np to erdec.
Our large business In Seeds demands great care in
their growth and selection, and ve believe BO etoek in
the North ia moro reliable than our awn.
We All orders also for all kinds of
IMPROVED LIVE STOCK.
Catalogues and Price Lists on appUeattcm.
R. H. ALLEN lt CO.,
Voa. 180 and isl Water-street, Nev York.
January 8 wto3mo
HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA BALM.
THIS 18 THE MOST DELIGHTFUL AND EXTRA?
ORDINARY article ever discovered. It ohanget
the sun-burnt fae? and hands to a pearly satin texture
of ravishing beauty, imparting the marblo purity ol
youth, and the distingue appearance so inviting in the
city belle of fashion. It removes tan, frcokles, pimple?
and roughness from the skin, leaving the complexion
fresh, transparent and smooth. It contains no materia
injurious to tho skin. Patronized by Actresses and
Opera Singers. It is what every lady should have. Hold
everywhere. Retail price 60 oeute.
Prepared by W. E. HAGAN, Troy, N. Y.
Ad uri *a all orders 'JO DUMAS JU RN BS b OO.,
October 80 m Ttl yr New Yolk.
AG?A de MAGNOLIA.
ATOILET DELIGHT! THE LADIES' TREASURE
and gentleman's boon! The "sweetest thing'
and largest quantity. Manufactured from the rici
Southern Magnolia. Used for bathing the face and per
son, to render the skin soft and fresh, to prevent orup
tloiis, to perfume clothing, Ac
It overcome* die unpleasant odor of perspiration.
It removes redness, tau, blotchae, Ac.
It cures nervous headache and allays inflammation. *
It ooo te, soften*, and adds delicacy to the ?kin.
It yields a BI: Murd and lasting perfume.
It cures moequito bites and stings of insects.
It contains no material injurious to the skin.
Patronized by Actresses and Opera Singers. It
what every lady should have. Bold everywhere. Tr)
tho Magnolia Water once, and you will use no other Cc
logne, Perftutiory, or Toilet Water afterwards.
DEI?A8 BARNES b 00.
Props. ?x abad ve Agents, N. Y
October M m wi 1 yr
REAL AND IMITATION MEERSCHAUM PIPES
Brir.r Pipes. Rubber Pipon, Snuff Knxes
S^gar Holders, Segar Oases, Tobacco Pouches
Cherry Stems, Matckeafee-in great variety.
No. HO LIUEUTY-STHEET, HEW YORK.
January I m wi imo
Cotton (iiins! Colton (.ins! Cotton (.ins!
Taylor, Brown, Eagle, Southern,
Emory & Graven, McCharty
wrrn ENGINES, KORSI.-BBS, ANL
EVERY THING OOMPLKIT. FOR RTJNNING
LN 8TOI1E, AN7> READY FOR LMMEDIATF
8HLPME?TT AT THE LOWEST RATES, BY
JOHN B. FULLEE,
No. 8 Dev-street
.ember sn awf lyr
IMMENSE IMPROVEMENT IN
HICK'S PATENT DIRECT ACTING, RECTPR?CAT
ISG-PISTUN STEAM ANGINES.
SAVT. 75 TKK rr?rr. in rpner, weiyftt, trimiportction.
fnrlum and JAITU over the N>? t engines, with groat
economy In steam and re|4irx, Tb.- rU-Mpaii, tipplest,
mi.*t ?yn?i/wv a-tul iJuntMrnia*!" artajitwl to all purposes.
Fur circular MU? leno Ute Li.,..- ?h.GliNE OL, Ko. oe
Liberty-street, Ne?' York. ? ttimo December 27
Nu York Advertisements.
MANUFACTURER OF WATER FADCETS-PAT?
ENTED October 16th, 1856-No. 88 John-street
Sew Fork.-THE ONLY ELAoTIC PLUG FAUCET
PATENEED IN TH 18 COUNTRY.-Thi? Faucet is mu?t
with Rubber Plug, and so constructed as to prevent any
ssibuity of leaking by long use. All persons haviuj,
Ue for Faucets, will find it to their advantage to cal)
nd examine for themselves, before purchasing else?
where. tuthsSmos December 12
HASTINGS & SEYMOUR,
"\TO. 40 JOHN-STP.EET, N. Y., BETWEEN NASSAU
jS and Willia u streets. Dealers in PAPER of every
description, TWINES, ANTELOPES and PAPE? BAGS.
Straw, Rag, Manilla, and Hardware Papers always in
store. PRINTING PA PUR of any required size and
quality on band, or furnished to order r.u short notice.
Agents tor tue Rochester Paper Mids, HASTINGS A
SEYMOUR. No. i'J Jono-s'roet,
January 0 tuthfl Orno
JOHN V. DEALE,
STA T TONER,
??To. VJ XoMitu-street, New York.
1 LARGE STOCK OF FIRST-CLASS BLANK BOOKS
?\ Also, Domestic and Foreign Papers and Stationery.
Constantly on hand, Sets of Account Books made to ordor
Lithography, Engraving and Printing executed prompt?
ly r-nd lu the best possible manner. Special attention to
irriers by mail, und prlcoaa low as any house in the city
for gooda oi equal ipiaUfv. stuthlyr October 28
No. 9 PINE-STREET, NEW YORK,
JOR PRINTERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS,
Whnlesalf and Retail D'alers in First-Ctaiti OJice Fixluret.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A SPLENDID ASSORT?
MENT of Foreiim and Domestic LETTER AND
SOTE PAPER. Envelopes of every size and quantity.
Certificates of Stock. Louds, Checks Notes, Drafts,
Dills of Exchange, Billheads and Cards, ?c., tastefully
Orders by mall w?l receive prompt ationtion at low?
est cash prices.
?. J. BECK.CHAS. NEWBOURG
STEASBUBG?R & NUHl?rT~
fiernan, French and English Toys,
China and Paney Goode,
BEADS, MASKS, ACCORDEONS, Ac.
Ko. GS MAIDEN LANE,
CORNE ll WTLLIAM-S1TEET, NEW YORK.
INVITE THE ATTENTION OP BUYERS, OrFERING
then, the LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF GOOliS, at
the most reasonable prices. stutbSino January 27
CARRIAGES OF EVERT DESCRIPTION
XSJ^J^G ivrix, 'JB.,
ADAPTED TO THE SOUTHERN TRADE. ALSO. A
large stock of Harness always on hand.
WORKROOMS- N08. 6U8 UBOAnWAV AMD 132 OnosBY-ST.,
SEW YOBK. Send for Descriptive Chart.
December 12 tuthsSmo
THE IMMENSE STOCK, NOW LN THE THREE
LARGE WARE ROOMS, covering an area of 16,000
equaro feet, ENTRANCES, NO. 460 BROADWAY, and
No. 16 CROSBY-STREET, being the LARGEST AS?
SORTMENT OF CARRIAGES ever offered In New York,
will now be sold at greatly reduced prices.
HARNES.", Ac-An assortment al way s on hand.
C. WITTY, No. 638 Broadway, New York,
October 28 s tatham o
BRIDGES & LANE,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
RAILROAD AND CAR FINDINGS,
Mavaktlnery of Every D?a?rlptlen.
TAFTS PATENT ROLLING LETER SHEABfi
NO. fiO COUBTLAND-8TREET,
Corner of Greenwich,
RAILROAD AXLES, WHEELS, CHAIRS, SPIKES,
Bolts, Nuts, Washors, Car, Ship and Bridge Bolts, Iron
Forgings of various kinda, kc., ftc.
8TEEL AND RUBBER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE and
HAND LANTERNS, Portable Forges and Jack 8crews,
Cotton Duck for Car Covers, Brasa and Silver Trim?
mings, Belting of all kinds, Baggage Checks, Ac, Ac
Also, Agents for the Manufacturers of CAR HEAD
axjJKET BOIDOis..iou o. nain.
October 2* stuth6mo
GASTEN & STOWELL,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
SOS. 23 MURRAY AND 27 WARREN STREETS, N. ?.
ROBERT GASTEN, I 8. A. STOWELL,
Late of Oaaten, Dickson A Late of Meade, StoweU A
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. | Co., New York.
November 28 th s tn ?mo
J. L. HARLEM & CO.
ML & PL4T?D SPECTACLES
TIN AND LEATHER SPECTACLE CASES;
SILVER PLATED WARE
Ko. 74 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
; Alecs L~ H A ar-? M.THxosoBK L. ram
November 23 thetudmo
suwuseson TO A. IXIXOSTT,
No. 46 Vesey-street, New York,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
COTTON PRESSES AND COTTON 6HNS,
HORSE POWERS, THRESHING MACHINES
10, ll, 60 and 60 PLOWS, Canal Barrowii.
And all other Agricultural Implements, Fert?lsar?
PLOW CASTINGS of all kind? constantly on band.
Qt BRASS AND ZINC
STAIR PLATES, for
Hotels, Public Build?
ings and Steamboats
And BRASS GOODS
of any description.
W. T. & J. MERSEREAU,
No. 50 Duane-st., New York.
November lt tuthsfimo
(ir -.-ICU LAT1?*? 8TTLBS KAHCFAOrCHBD BY
Ko*. 9? itud 98 Esst Houston-street,
ooKwmna or ;
PARLOR, BEDROOM, LTBRARY AND DINING
ROOM SUITES, iii Rosewood, Walnut, Maple, Ac.,
at Wholesale and RotaiL AR Goods wawanted.
GREAT HOUSE-FURNISHING BAZAAR,
ASTOR PLACE, T>T_ YORK.
IID WARD D. BAHS FoltD DESIRER RESPECTFUL
j LY to call attention to bis large and splendid stock
Of flrst-elaa* HOTOE-KITBNISHING HARDWARE, Sil?
ver Plat- d Ware. Table Cutlery, Kitchen Utensils, and
all other housekeeping a> tides bi modern uso. Also, to
bis line new sunk nf OH INA. GLARR AND EARTHEN?
WARE. In all thc usual rartrtfes.
N. B.-Particular attention paid to the srfeollon ?nd
skipping ol tluuaw-iui'uisumg Order?, received by mal
oi uiueia'te. tutha Au*T December 13
N. York Advertisements. I
V. W. BRINCKERHOFFT""
tl: 131 WIIXlmJI-BTREET, HEW YOsUk,
DUUQGIST?' AND JEWELLERS'
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, MEDICINE .CHES
AND SADDLE BAGS.
BRUSHES, COMBS, PERFUMERY, SOAPS, AMD
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
October 38 stuthimo
GEO. WM. SOUTHWICK,
Successor to Phillp Schleffellm and Ca^
ESTA T3T.TSTTET) 17S3.
DBHGS AJSnD MEDICINBB,
AND MEDICAL PREPARATIONS
DRUGGISTS' FURNITURE AND FIX'
And all articlespertaining to the business.
Wines and liquors fer Medical
Nos. 58 AND KO YESET-STREET,
03"Particular attention paid to orders
DRAKE'S PIANTATION BITTERS.
They purify, strengthen and Invigorate.
The; create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet,
They overcome effects of dissipation and Ute boasm^
They strengthen the system and enliven the WSM\
They prevent miasmstio and intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomaok.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhoea, Cholera and Cholera Mortal,
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They are the beet Bitters in the world. They]
the weak strong, and are exhausted nature's great M-I
storer. They are made of pure St Croix Rum, the eaa>|
brated Calisaya Bark, roots and herbs, and an tal
with the pleasure of a beverage, without regard to asa I
or time of day. Particularly recommended to deBeaH j
persons requiring a gentle stimulant Sold by efl
eera, Druggists, Hotela and Saloons. Only \
when Cork ls covered by our private U. S. Samrp.
ware of eeonteiMte sad sculled, bottles. /
P. H. DRAKE A 00?
Nc. 21 Park Bow, NerrJH&fc.
OetotarM stott ly
KATH AIRON IS FROM THE GREEK W?BS
"Eathro," or "Kathalro," signifying- to s Wan sa,
reJuTenate and restore. This article is what its asan
elgniuoa. For pres erring, restoring and bcau?fytngths
human hair, it is the most remarkable preparation ta tba
world. It ls again owned and pot np by the original
proprietor, and is now made with the same care. akM
and attention whick gave it a sale of over one m Ikna
bottles per annum.
It ls a most delightful Hair Dressing.
It eradicates scurf and dandruff.
It keeps the head cool and clean.
It makes the bair rich, soft and glossy.
It prevente the hair from faUlng off and turning mmj.
Ii restores hair upon bald heads.
Any lady or gentleman who values a beautiful asad
of hair should use Lyon's Kath si ron. It is known sal
used throughout the civilized world. Sold by aB re?
spectable desista. DEMAS BARNES A CO.,
October 38 stuthlyr New Yort.
B. H. OBER, New Tock.
B. P. OBER. JOSEPH R NANSON, St Louis.
A. G. OBER, F. D. ATWATEB, New-Orleans.
OBER, NANSON & CO.,
No. 68 BROAD-STREET, NEW TORE.
Nur go?, OBEB A Co., St Louis.
OBEB, ATWAXTX k Co., New Orleans.
LDERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE ON OOWSI?l
M EN TS OF COTTON to our houses either tn Kev
York, New Orleans, or St Loma, or to our friends at
Europe. stuthlyr October 38
AMES BLOW COMPANY, SUCCESSORS TO SLI?
VER AMES k SONS, AND NO URSE, MASON *
CU., over Quiney Market, Boston, Manufacturers
Wholesale dealers in IMPROVED AGRI0ULTU1
IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINES, embracing aB the}
rion? kinds adapted for the plantation, farm and i
Eagle, Cwt, Wrought and Steel Plows.
Pron.ty A Mears Centre Draft Plows.
Boston Steel dipper Plows, and Plows of the mosti
proved patterns, for the cultivation of cotton, rles i
Mowing and Beeping Machines.
Horst Powers and Threshing Machine?.
Ames Shovels and Spades, Forks, Hoes, Gora Sad?
Hay and Stalk Cutters, Gorton Trucks, Warehouse
Cotton Gins; Cotton Presses.
The LARGES r 8T0CE OF AGRICULTUUAL GOODS
to be found In tko United States.
Garden, Grass .Field and Flower Seeds.
Fertilise wfmSmo No vern ber ag'
THE PRETTIEST GIFT TO A YOUKC
Girl or a Youth is a year's subs ription to
OUR YOUNG FOLKS,
the new and admired Juvenile Magazine, which is ecus
ducted by J. T. TROWBRIDGE, GAIL HAMILTON, and
LUCY LARCOM, written for by Capt Mayne Reid,
Mrs. Stowe, "Carleton," Grace Greenwood, "Oliver
Optic," "Aunt Fanny," and many others of our BIST
WRITERS, and illustrated by the most skill ul artists.
Trams-$2.00 per year with a large discount to clubs,
Yon can set a ipscimen number by sending 20 cents ss
BTICKNOR k FIELDS,
February 18 12_Boston, Mass.
joni r. soo cns., wm. c. seoras., JUTH'L. P. arraxuva.
ROGERS, SNELLING & 00.,
HARDWARE COMMISSION MERCHANT!
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
CORDAGE, TWINE AND OAKUM,
Nos. AS and TO Federal street, Boston,
Peesaker 19 too And No. ?5 Cliff street, N. T.
" HOMER, BISHOP & CO.,
WEYMOUTH ?UT NAILS AND SPIKES
Wost??helm's Pocket Cutlery
Ames' Shovels, Manilla Cordage
Collins', Hunt's and Sharp's Axes
Hammered Horse Nails.
Kn?, ll? am? jj* ALU*.-street, Bos tam.
Koramba 2* gnu