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AT G. W SWEDES & CAMPBELL'S,
ESTABLISHED. No. 263 BOWERY. N. Y., :842.
? TT. KINDS OF F?RINI T?RE AT WHOLESALE
Ajtad Retail; LOOKING GLASSES, BEDDING, &c,
below auctien prices. *
?- Orders faithfully and promptly attended to by
m?U. _tnths3mos_April M
No. l?S WATKR-STREET, NEW YORK.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GJVSN TO THE SALE
OF COTTON AND-NAVAL 8TORE3.
GEORGE E PRITOHLTT, Charleston S. 0.
D. D. HOOOTT. Camden, S. C.
A H. VAN BOKKELEN, Wilmington, N. C.
E. REMINGTON & SONS,
MUSKETS AND CARBINES, FOB THE UNITED
3tatoa Service. Also, Pocket ana Belt Revolvera,
Bepeating Pistols, Rifle Canes. Revolving Rifles, Rifle
and Shot Gun Barrels, and G an Materials generally.
Bold by Gun Dealers and the Trade throughout the
In these days of honse-breaclns and robbery every
bonse, store, bank, and office, should have one of HEM'
OlrouUrs containing cats and description of our Armi
Will be furnished upon application.
E. REMINGTON A 80NS, Dion, N. I.
MOORE A NICHOLS, Agents,
I March 7 3mo No. 40 Gourttand-Btroet. N. Y.
JOHN B. FULLER,
MANUFACTURER & DEALER
No. 8 OE Y-STBEUT, NEW YORK,
Ju in store and ready for immediate shipment
and is manufacturing to order,
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
o 180 horse power; Circular and Upright Saw Mills o.
most approved construction, of all sizes, cutting 70T
lo 1500 feet of lumber per hour; Grist Mills, MiU Irons,
Water Wheels, and every kind of MIR Machinery ; Sogar
Mills, Paper and Mining Machinery; Tools, Tanks, Ac,
Or Oil and Salt Works; Got to a and Woolen Machinery,
Vertical Planers, Woodwortb Planing Ma
on Planers, chines,
nglne Lathes, Gray A- Wood's Planing Ma
Drill Lathes, chines,
Boring Machines, Daniels' Planing Machines
Slatting Machines, Moulding Machines,
Upright Drills, Bash Machines,
Steam Pomps, Tenoning Machines,
force Pumps, Power Morticing Maohlnei
Lifting Pumps, Foot Morticing Machines,
notion Pumps, Boring Machines,
aydrauho Jacks, Blind Slat Tenoning Ms.
ew Jacks. . chinos,
Shafting Pulleys and Circular Saw Benches,
Hangers, Wright's Patent Scroll Saws
Bobber and Leather Belt- Patent Belt Scroll Saws,
trigs, Circular Reserving MlUs,
LstAher and Bobber Hose, Upright Reserving mug,
Mnmblng and Gas Fittings Rotary and Mining Pumps,
steam and Gas Pipes Every description of Maoni.
Usa m and Water Gauges, nary and Railway Supplies.
Dotton Gins ! Cotton Gins ! !
COTTON OINS III
Taylor, Eagle, Brown, Southern, Craven, Excelsior
knd McCarthy COTTON GINS, with Engines or Horse
Powers, and everything required for the same, in store,
ndl er aale at the lowest price. Your orders are re.
WM. MONTGOMERY, MACHINISTS
Offioe la N. Y. City, No. 157 Broadway.
CIRCULAR, GANG AND MTJLAY
SAW HILLS, STEAM ENGINES
X ' AND BOILERS, GRIST MILLS, Ac.
For descriptive circulars, address
? i ' . WM. MONTGOMERY.
march 13 thstnSmo_No. 157 Broadway.
sfeASBURGER & NUHN,
German, French and English Toys,
China and Fancy Goods,
BEADS, MASKS, ACCORDEONS, Ac.
No. 63 MAIDEN LANE,
CORNER WTLLUM-8TTEET, NEW YORK.
FVITE THE ATTENTION OF BUYERS. OF* ERIN G
them the LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF GOOD?,??
DO most reasonable orioM atuthSmn 4aonarv J7
N. York Advertisements.
IN THE YOONG AND BI8INO GENERATION, THE
vegetative powers of life are strong, but In a few
rears bow often the pallid hue, the lack-lustre eye and
emaciated form, and the impossibility of application to
mental effort, show its baneful influence. It soon be
comes evident to the observer that some depressing In
fluence Is checking the development of the body. Con
sumption Is talked of, and perhaps theyonth Is removed
from the school and sent into the country. This Is one
of the worst movements. Removed from ordinary di
versions of the ever-changing scenes of the city, tho
powers of the body too much enfeebled to give zesf to
healthful and rural exercise, thoughts are turned In
ward upon themselves.
If the patient be a female, the approach of the menses
is looked for with anxiety, as the first symptom in which
Nature is to show her saving power in dafluslng the cir
culation, and visiting the cheek with tho bloom of health.
Alas I increase of appetite has grown by what it fed on,
and the energies of the system are prostrated, and the
whole economy is deranged. The beautiful and wonder
ul period in which body anil mind undergo so fascinat
ng a change from child to woman, is looked for In vain;
he parent s heart bleeds in anxiety, and fancies the
grave but waiting for its victim.
HELMBOIiD'S EXTRAOT BUOHU,
For Weakness anting from Excesses or Early Indiscre
Attended with the following symptoms :
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of
Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, General Weakness,
Horror of Disease, Weak Nerven, Trembling, Dreadful
30TTOT of Death, Nl?ht Sweats, Cold Feot, Wakefulness,
Dimness of Vision, Languor, Universal Lassitude of the
Muscular System, Often Enormous Appetite with Dy
speptic Symptoms, Hot Hands, Flushing of the Body,
Dnrness of the Skin, Pallid Countenance and Eruptions
on ihe Face, Pain in the Back, Heaviness of the Eyelids,
Frequently Black 8poU flying before the Eyes, with
Temporary Snfluslon aud Loss of Sight, Want of Atten
tion, Great Mobility, Restlessness, with Horror of So
ciety. Nothing is more desirable to such patients than
Solitude, and nothing they more dread for Fear of Them
selves, no Repe be of Manner, no Earnestness, no Specu
lation, but a hurrieu transition from one question to
These symptoms, II allowed to go on?which this Me
dicine invariably vemoves?soon foUow Lost of Power,
Fatuity and Epileptic Fits, in one of which the patient
During the superintendence of Dr. Wilsoa. at th?
Blooinlngdale Asylum, this sad reatlt occ<>rov1 to twe
patients; reason had for a ttiuo luftc htm, atib >thdl i d
of epilepsy. They were of both seau*,? nd?ixu went}
years of age.
Who can say that these exceencis: s no' ^mtl;
foliowod by those direful disease*! tvgaityai.* 1 trams
tionf The*records of the Insane Asylums, and the mel
ancholy deaths by Consumption, bear ample witness to
the truth of these assertions. lu Lunatic Asylums tbe
most melancholy exhibition appears. Tho countenance
is actnally sodden and quite destitute?neither mirth or
grief over visits It. ShjuiJ a Bound of the voice occur,
It is rarely articulate.
" With woeful measaros wan Despair
Low sullen sounds his grief beguiled.'
Whilst we regret the existence of the above diseases
and symptoms, we are prepared to offer an invaluable
gift of chemistry for the removal of the consequences?
HELMBOLD 3 S
? EXTRACT OF DIM.
*r THERE IS NO TONIC LIKE IT. "?
IT 18 AN ANCHOR OF HOPE TO THE SURGED>
and Patient; and this it tbe testimony of Ml who ha <
used or prescribed it'
$W Sold by all the Druggists.
Principal Depot HELMBOLD'S DBUG AND CHE
No. 594 BROADWAY
. ?-??Jfsiw Vin-tt.?
rcbruary 17 6m o
UNION FIRE WORK!
IUTOBTEB CHINESE FIRE CRACKERS, ROCKETS,
MANUFACTURER LANTERNS. FLAGS, *C.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HIS OWN IMPOST*
No. 4 near Broadway, New Fork.
October 88_ 1 rt
KRAFT & HILL,
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF .
STRAW 11 iWLLINERY GOODS,
No. ?01 BROADWAY,
AFULL SUPPLY OF GOODS SUITABLE FOB TE
market always on hand. Yonr patronage U
pec tf till y solicited. Inno October St
GARDNER, DEXTER k CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOR THE SALE CU
COTTON. No. 116 PEARL-STREET, Nsw York?B*
fer to N allouai American Exchange Bank; No. I
FRANKLIN-STREET, Boston?Refer to National Bill
of Commerce, National Revere Bank.
Having ample means for advances, a b usine at
qualnUnce of twenty-five years with Eastern spinnst,
and confining themselves strictly to a Commission Bo
a ess without operating on their own account, reips*
fully solicit consignments.
J. L. ABBOTT ft CO., Agents in Mobil?,
0. E, DEXTER, Agent in Columbus, Ga,
October 28 _lyr
WM FORCBLAl W ORKS
\0H HOTELS, STEAMBOATS AND FAMILY USE;
Porcelain Uoor, Drawer and Shutter Knobs, plain
so, DOOR PLATES. Finger Plates and Shield Num
Plates; Drawer Pulls and Knobs for Druggists'
swers, numbered or lettered, as may be desired;
?RCELAIN HABDWABE TRIMMINGS of all descrip
>ns. THOS. 0. SMITH k CO., Proprietors.
[Office No. 38 John-street, New York. Factory, Brook
E. D._?mos_February It
PUMPS! PUMPS! PUMPS!
(Steam, Force, Suction and Lifting Pomps
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION :
STEAM AND GAS PIPES,
Pipe and Steam Fittings,
AMD KVSBT DESCRIPTION OP
Plumbers', Bas and Steam Fitten
FOB BALE AT THE LOWEST RATES,
No. el UEY-STR?ET, NEW YORK.
November Kl * imwlr*
A. J. LERCHE.
MAXDFAOTOBIB AUD DZ?EB IN Ali EINDE OF
J Traveling Bags, Ladies' French Satchel*,
No. 66 CORTLANDT-STREET
r ALL ORDERS PBOMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
October 28 ?rothem
N. York Advertisements.
EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT.
FOB THIRT? TEARS BAS RECEIVED THE FA
VORABLE recommendation of the public, and
been used and prescribed by the a
FIRST PHYSICIANS IN THE LAND
BEST REMEDY KA'OWH
Dyspepsia, Sour Stc-macb, Bil
ious Headache, Dizziness, CosHvenesa,
Loss of Appetite, Gout, Indigestion, Torpidity of the
Liver, Gravel, Rheumatic Affections, Piles,
Heartburn, Sea Sickness, Bil
and ail similar complaints peculiarly Incidental to the
Spring and Sommer Seasons.
:t Is particularly adapted to the wants of Travelers by
Sea and Land, Residents in Hot Climates, Per
sons of Sedentary Habits, Invalids
and Convalescents. Captains of
Vessels and Planters will
find it a valuable ad
dition to their
for Testimonials, Sc., see pamphlet with each bottle,
Manufactured only by
TAR RANT AND CO.,
.*>. 278 GREENWICH-STREET, NEW
ear For sale by all Druggists.
per cent saved
BT. BABBITT'S LABOR-SAVING 80AP.
? This Soap Is mado from clean and pure materials,
jcntains no adulteration of any kind, will not Injure the
most delicate fabric, and is especially adapted for wool
lens, which will not shrink after being washed wltt
ibis Soap. It may be used in hard or salt water,
fill remove paint, grease, tar, and stalls of all kinds.
One pound warranted equal to two pounds of ordin?r;
'srclly soap. Directions sent with each bar foi
xaking three gallons handsome soft soap from one
poond of this aoap; Each bar is wrapped in a circular
containing full directions for use, printed in English and
3erman. Ask your grocer for "B. T. Babbitt's Soap,"
*cd take no other.
B. T. BABBITT, Nos. 61, 65, 68, 67, CS, 69, 70, 73. and
14 Washington-street, New Fort.
0Make Your Own Soap
Percent Saved By
USING B. T. BABBITT'S PURE CONCENTRATED
POTASH, or READY SOAP MAKEB. Warrante!
locble the strength of common Potash, and superior to
it y other saponifier or ley in the market. Put np in
cans of 1 pound, 2 pounds, 3 pounds, 6 pounds, and 19
pounds, with fall directions, in English and German
for making Hard and Soft Soap. One pound will makt
16 gallons of Soft Soap. No Ume is required. Con
turners will find this the cheapest Potash in the market
B. T. BABBITT, Nos. 61, 65, 66, 67, 68,69, 70,72. and 71
Washington-street, New York.
CflPER CENT SAVED
BT. BABBITT'S BEST MEDICAL 8ALARATUB:
"made from Common Salt" Bread made wltt
this Salaratus contains, when baked, nothing but com
aoon salt, water, and flour.
Nos. 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 72, and 71 Washington
s'reet, New York.
BT. BABBITT'S STAR YEAST POWDEB, LIGHT.
, Biscuit, or any kind of Cake, may be msde wltb
this "Yeast Powder" in 16 minutes. No shortening
required when sweet milk is used.
So. M to 74 Washington-street, New York.
PINE APPLE CIDER
/o wash i nc i on s! nx
A CERTAIN CUBE FOB CHOLERA, DYSENTER?
A. Heart Disease, Fainting Spells, and excellent foi
old people, as it quickens the circulation of the Blood.
Februarv 23 8mo*
A. W. PAYNE,
CHAINS, ANVILS, VICES, HORSE NAILS,
Nos. SS and H7 John-atreet.
CORNER OF GOLD-STREET, NEW YORK.
A full Stock of ENGLISH SHELF HARDWARE Aiwa:
on band. 6mos January IM
CORNELIUS L0CKWO0D ft CO., .
wholesale dealers in
Brooms, 3?aiiited 3?ails
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE MATS, TWDJ
CORDAGE, French and German Baskets, Hot
Furnishing Goods, Children's Carriages, Ac.
Bo. 39 Fulton and No. ?05 Water-ate., 1
Wooden Ware packed for exportation,
XOOKWOOD.A. W. LOCKWOOJ
October 28 dmos
A.. PEARL & CO.,
DEPOT, No. 75 FULTON-STREET, N. Y.
Price List s eat free.
ADOLPH PEARL.H. D. DUMONT
November 29 wfm6moi
LATHROP, LUD1NGT0N & CO..
NO. 330 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
OFFER TO 80UTHERN AND WESTERN JOBBEBf
AND RETAILERS, at the lowest market prices,
FOR CASH, a very large and attractive stock Of I/BE86
GOODS, OLOTHS, NOTION8, HOSIERY, WHIT*
GOODS, ftc. fmw3mo February 9
S11ACKELF0RD, HAAS & CO.,
Commission M er chante
No. 150 Front-street. Net* York, and
Nos. 31 and 32 North Water-et., Wilmington, N. C.
SOLICIT CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON, NAYAI
? STORES, TARNS, kc, ic.
Particular attention given to the purchase, sn COS
mission, of all cuises of Merchandise.
JAS. SHACEELFORD. I ? n
80L. HAAS. j WUm?>*ton? S? C'
A. HAAS, New York. Smo January I
BOGERT &. EVANS,
PAPER DEALERS AM) MA>TFACTUREBi
Nos. 23 PLATT AND 20 AND 22 GOLD-STS., N. ?.
PAPER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, SIZE OR QUA!
ITY constantly on hand, or made to order. AJa>
Hinders, Trunk and Straw Boards. ly October M
JOSEPH GLLLOTT'S STEEL PENS,
OF THE OLD STANDARD QUALITY.
TRADE MARE: \ GILLOTT
Or Descriptive Name, and Designating Nnmber.
SECOND SERIES.?From No. TOO to 761.
nr.??. (Joseph Gillott, 1 With deslgnatini
Tnanx Mask: | w ab rafted. } Number.
For 3ale by
JOSEPH GILLOTT b BOSS,
No. 91 John-street, N. I,
HAPFERTY & McHUGH,
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealer!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. 69 FULTON-STREET, NEW TOES.
N. York Advertisements.
PAPER, ENVELOPE AND STATIONERY
TRADE OP THE SOUTH.
MESSES. COTTER, TOWER 4 00. WOULD BE
speotfully offer their stock on as favorable terms
u can be found In the City of New York, such aa Flat
Cap, Ruled Papers of aU kinds, Cap, Letter, Octavo, Brit
ish, Bath, 4c Envelopes of all kinds, in quantities from
1000 to 1,000,000. Manufacturers of Lead Pencils of all
kinds. Patent Rubber-head Lead Pencils, and Steel
Pens of all kinds. We also wUl stamp the name of any
party on Lead Pencils or Steel Pens where much is or
dered. Our Barometer Inkstands, which we take pleas
ure in offering to the trade. We keep a large stock of
Albums and Diaries for 1866. A List of Prices will be
sent to any party desiring one.
CUTTER, TOWER 4 CO.,
Corner of Nassau and Beekman-steet?
Whltlock Building, New York.
Octooer 28 1st Ko. 89 Devennhlre-etreet. Boston
HIRAM TUCKER & CO.,
U1RTTFACTUBXXS OF AND WHOLES ALB DBALZBS 15
FOLDING WOOD COTS,
OF VARIOUS SIZES, WITH
undulating spring bottoms,
BRONZE GOODS FOR KEROSENE.
OUB SPBING BED HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY
used daring the past nine yecra, and for neatness,
comfort and durabulty, stands unrivalled; it is simple
In its construction, very portable, and can be used with
The FOLDING COT has undulating spring slats, re
quires bnt little bedding, is weB made, and easy of trans
Onr BRONZE CHANDELIERS, BRACKETS, HALL
LIGHTS, PENDANTS and STAND LAMPS, are a
novelty in the market, chaste and beautiful m design,
rally equal in color and tone to the beet French bronze,
and almost indestructible in service.
Our faculties for manufacturing all of the above geods
are of such a character that we are enabled to offer them
>o the trade at prices that cannot faU to be satisfactory.
The trade furnished with Pattern Book and Price List
on application. HIB AM TUCEER 4 CO.,
deptember 2) No, 69 John-street. New Fork.
HENRY k JOHN PARET, JR,
WO. 55 CHAMBERS-STREET, NEW YORK.
MANUFACTUREES AND JOBBERS OF
ALABOE STOCK ADAPTED TO SOUTHEBI
TRADE Smo January V
JAMES CONNER'S SONS'
United States Type Foundry
Bot. 46, <0 and 34 Centrcatreei. New York
Corner of Keada-etreet.
THE TYPE ON WHICH THIS PAPES IS 7BJNTBI
I? iron- theatyv? "onndrv 1? la:lr>i?a?
B.?H.1 ANTH01T * CO.,
Katnfactarari of Photographie Knurled**
noiuiii aa-t arrao,
601 BROADWAY, 5. T.
ta ameUca u> ou main bctlctn of ?HOTOCSJLFHIC RA?
Tlr i:_ > ?.-* b.aa^(oarWri for tat foiUwtaf, rav.
fitereoicopes and Sttreoieopio Viewt,
' Of laaaa ? kor. on Inrr.iM aaaorwiaol, tsaladiaa
VIEWS OF THE WAS,
Obtaltad it fraat .rp.QM in forrataf aaasplata
rmoTO?aj.rBjo uurosr or tub suit mo? oonaan
Bail Ran, Latch Gap,
Yorktown, Pontoon Trains,
fiattyihnrgh, . .Hanover Jonction.
Fair Oaks, fcookent Mountain,
Savage Station, CMckahomimy,
Frederickibargh, City Point
Deep Bottom, Belle Plain,
fort Morgan, Atlanta,
Florida. Strawberry Plains,
Amarlrao Mid T--?'r= r: !., tai LaaJacapm, QroBpa, Statu,
i?.*-. Sa Alto. JU.oWlcf CwraMCopat, for aoaUc er prlraM
axklaltica Otr C*ulo??i ?1U U uat V> tay tdina oa racoift
W? irtr* tit Int to lotrodora that, lats tie UaJUd Btalat
4*4 ?. aaacifatura lnm.ci. aganUtlat la rtn rtri.tr. raaf
?f Li prlta fr j= i J caola is 490. Oar ALBUMS Uro dit raya
U?ea of t. rj..p.rlor is fc.fuiT and aavabttty u aay
Ti?7 will aa taat Ii mall. r'P.rife, on racalpt of prlca.
JQ9r*nss'aLBC9U m aus to o?piil_?J
The Trade will find onr Albums the moat
Saleable they can bay.
Oir Catalon* aaw atabracat arar Fera Taonvi
ntpcta (?. wales addlil?? ?- aaailaMi:? balni Baad?) af I
aaat Astarleaaa. Ac, na : aboct
IN )li urn Ido Uaut Cola llnfUitiaaiM.
IH Bnj " MO vtaMf Offlrara, ISO Otrtsaa,
r.i Calosala. Ti .far) OScars, 1M Aotaora,
?0 Antat? I? Stafa. H Praailaaut Waaaam
1,0?. Copia, of Worts tt Ara,
ktiUdJas raprodirtkat of lia auat aalakrtaai Fafiaitia,!.
ralaUap, Stalata; Sa CuJc-ia, Mal M raclpi .7 Staat a.
Aa ard.r fir Oa. Daaaa PlctarM tnit aar Caialofaa, wUl aa
ailad aa rar.lpl af 11 10, aad Mat br auU. raam
Pa.tafTapa.ri aad otttii ordarlaf food. C O. D , ?111 alaaaa
aaa:i twaaij-lra par aaat af ua aavaaal wtla laair sedar.
BFTWaS-1 aajtayaj nrfiiat mm BSt ajaUatj
FITZUrGU, WILMER1& 0.,
FOB THE SALE OF WESTERN AND SOUTHERN
PRODUCE, and for the purchase of Merchandise,
Machinery, &c White Labor famished tot Railroads,
Planters and others. Also, Agenta for the purchase
and sale of Real Estate.
Jos. 40 and 44 Broadway and No 53 !??w- j
street, New Work.
L. H. FTTZHUOH, of Kentucky.
W. L. WILMER, of Philadelphia, Pa.
THOMAS a GALE, of T?orfolk, Va.
ORAHAM L. HUGHES, of St Louis, Mo.
November 20 m ^mo?
MARVIN'S NEW PATENT
ALUM AND DRY PLASTE rl
FLEE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
MERCHANTS' SAFES. BANKERS' 8TEEL BURG
LAR PROOF AND SPECIE CHESTS, Plate and
Jewelry Safes for Dwelling Houses, of Ornamented
Patterns, with Marble tops.
Our Safes possess tbe following advantages :
They combine the two most fire-proof substances
They are perfectly dry, and do not corrode the Iron.
They do not lose their fire-proof qualities by age.
Onr Locks are superior to any others In use.
MARVIN 4 CO..
No. 266 Broadway, New York'
No. 721 Chestnut-street, Philadelphia.
Agenta?WM. M. BIRD 4 00;. No. 203 East Ba;
Tharleston tvf be *h
" 'T is Bweet to know there is an eye wfll mark
Your coming, and grow brighter wbec yon come. "
THESE LINES WEBE DOUBTLESS WRITTEN WITB
poetic foresight of
OUR YOUNG FOLKS,
which an bnndred thousand children testify, Is expect
ed with such solicitude as rarely agitates the JnvenUe
breast. It Is published monthly, ana contains the most
delightful variety of Tales, Sketches, Poetry, Games,
Puzzles, etc., and Is embeUished with a multitude ol
Beautiful IUustrations by tbe beat Artists. Terme, $2 ?
year; a large discount to clubs. A specimen number
will be sent on receipt of 20 cents by the publishers,
TIOENOB 4 FIELDS, Boston, Mass
fOHJt P. BOGEB8. .WM. 0. BOQKB8. .nath'L. P. BtTaXUBO
ROGERS, SNELL?NQ & CO.,
HARDWARE COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
cordage, twine and oakum,
Nos. 68 anu 70 Federal street, Boston.
December 19 6mo And Na 16 OUff street, N. Y
S. York Advertisements.
SLANTFAITURER'S HARDWARE HOUB1
HORACE W. LOVE & CO.,
No. 36 GllfT-Street, New York.
OED EES FOB ALL KJND8 OF HABDWABE protapijy
attended to ?
Cotton and other Sonthern producta received on MO*
ligament, or In payment lyr_September K
DICKERSON, REED & GO.
, QQ-oBTsaa or and dxxlxbs eb
I IN PLATE, SHEET EBON, COPPER, WIRE, ZZNC
i ail other articles for turners use.
No. 29 and 81 0LTFF-8T., cor. FULTON,
September 28_lyr_New Fort.
DERKICKSON dt EAR.TLETT,
PAPER AND RAG- DEALERS,
No. 30 Beekman-street, N. Y.
PBINTLNO, WHITING, WBAPPTNG AND COLO BSD
Papers, Straw and Binders' Boards, Tarred Roofing
Paper, Paper Manufacturers' Supplies, and all kinds o
Paper-mill Machinery. Paper ef every description made
to order. Bags taken In exchange for Paper. Orders by
maB promptly attended to._lyr October 28
COTTON AND WOOL HAND CARDS,
sargent Us & co's
Efruiira fill WHiTTEMoa*
SARGENT & CO.,
Hardware and Card Mafia fee turers,
No. 70 BEEEMAN-ST??EET. ?. 7.,
SOLE SUOE3SOR8 TO THE WTO ITEM ORB "PATlgf
SET," and only rnanufacturexs of fire GENUQIa
WHITTEMOBE COTTON CARDS.
Dealers are cautioned against worthless lxsltetionj,
October 28 6mo?
TODD * RAFFERTY, T.
ENGINEERS & FOUNDERS,
Ofllcc and Workj, Pateraon, (few Jersey.
WAREHOUSE, NO. DET-STBEET, N. Y.
MANUFACTURERS OF STATIONARY AND PORT
able STEAM ENGINES and BOIL BBS; Flax,
Hemp, Tow, Oakum, and Rope Machinery ; Shafting,
Mill Gearing, Iron and Brass Castings of aU kinds;
Lathes, Planing Machines, Drills; Shaping, Slotting and
Boring Machines: Gear Cutters, Centering, Milling and
Bolt-Cnttiug Machines: Chocks of aU kinds, Leather
and Rubber Belting, Lace Leather, Belt Hooks, and
General Supplies for Railroad and other Machine Shops.
Jndson A- Snow's Estent Governors. Saw Mills, Cotton
Gins, Presses, Ac, constantly ou hand.
TODD A BAFFEBTY,
March 20_ly_No; t Dey-Street, N. Y.
DA VEGA, Y0UN6&MCKENZIE,
LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE,
Nos. 39 and 40 Park Row.
D3AAO DAYEGA. 1
GEORGE B YOUNG, } NEW YORE.
gerard L. McKenzie,)
HAVING SUCCEEDED TO THF FOREIGN OOLL20
TION BUSINESS of Messrs. BIRNE Y, PRES.
TIBS & FLANDERS, we will attend'to the collection at
past due sad maturing claims throughout the United
titates and Canada.
COMMISSIONERS FOR ALL TBE STATES.
January g_ _ _ .
So. 69 0HAMBEBS-8T. AND No. ai READE-ctt,
fM PORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FOB
X EIGN and DOMESTIC HARDWAR3. Ontlery, Guns,
Pistols and Bm TrJmmiiiaa, 10,000 dosen Boss*
"Bra?o'e" Orawanf FateAttHovfla?SlweU'sand Amsr>
lean manufacture?Collins' Axes, Whittessore's Cotton
Garda, &c, to., at lowest market rates.
January S Arno
W1I. A. RTNMAN,
"ANUFACTUBEB OF PERFUMERY, CONCEN.
L TRATED FKDIT ESSENOES for rJruggists' and
Oonfecttoners' use, No. 10 Platt-street, eoner of Gold,
New York. Fancy Boxes and Baskets for holiday pre
aents, Sachets, Handkerchief Extracts, Pomades, Vtoav
gar Bouge, Tollet Powders, Hair Oils, OU Musk, Oil
01 vet Grain Musk in ounce caddies. Oil Apple, OO
Banana, Butyrte Ether.
Fine Handkerchief Extracts In bulk to suit purchasers,
A complete Catalogue will be forwarded by mall on ap>
Type Foundry and Priuto^'Emporium.
hagar"& co., ;
Bo. 38 Gold-street, New York City.
rtS OLD ESTABLISHED FOUNDRY. HAVING a
large assortment of BOOK, NE>.C?APEB, JOB
AND ORNAMENTAL TYPE, the proprietor aro pre
pared, with ample faculties, to promptly execute all or
lers for same, and Printing materials of oserv descrip
tion, including PRESSES of aU manufactures.
Orders may be addressed to A. J. BURKE, our Agon
sa Charleston, fl. 0._too*_October 28
First Premiom Steam Saw-Mills.
THE FIRST PRIZE,
THE GOLD MEDAL,
Was awarded to the
WASHINGTON IROS works
By the American Institute, st their Fair, in October, 18?,
for the best
AND STEAM ENGINE
ORDERS FOR THESE, GANG SAW-MILLS, SUGAR
Mills, General Machinery, Iron and Brass Castings,
Forglngs, Railroad Cars, Ac, Ac, prompUy filled. Ad
ir?es GEO. M. CLAPF, Treasurer,
Newbcrgh, N. Y., or
L. 0. WARD, Agent.
No. 66 Liberty-st, (Boom No. 8), H. Y.
HELD, ?MEWS & LEBT,
IMPORTEES AND JOBBERS OP
FORIGN HMEICAI FANCY GOODS
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODB,STATIONERY, OUT.
LERY, JEWELRY, and also manufacturers 0
No. 23 Park Place & No. 20 Mnrray-st.,
We bave one of the LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED
STOCKS of above-mentioned Goods In this country,
adapted to Southern Trade, which we offer upon favor
Buyers will do weU to give us a trial AU orders
promptly attended to.
WELD, ANDREWS & LEET.
February i 8m os
MAN HOOD AND THE VIGOR OF YOUTI
restored in four weeks, by Dr. EICORD'S B
6ENCE OF LIFE Dr. Bicord (of Paris), after years e
earnest solicitation, has at length acceded to the earn est
requests of the American public, and appointed tn Agaa
In New York for the sals, of his valned and highly-prised
Essence of Life. This wonderful agent will restera
manhood to the most shattered constitutions, whether
arising from excesses, the effects of climate, or natura
causes. The time required to cure the most Inveterata
case is four weeks ; and If need according to printed in.
stmetiona, which are very simple, failure is Impossible.
This life-restoring remedy should be taken by all abos*
to marry, as Its effect are permanent It is acknowledged
by the medical press to be the greatest discovery erat
made. Its developing powers aro miraculous. 8uoosm
In every case Is as certain as that science overthrows to.
Qorance. Dr. Blcord's Essence of Life is sold in
cases, with rail Instructions for use, at S3, or tour quan.
tiUe? in one for $9, and will be sent to any part, carefully
packed, on receipt of remittance to his aooredltol agent.
so lyr Ko. m Ubertr-rtxeet, New Yosa