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1866. FOR 1866, 1866.
1 EACH HOOP BEING COMPOSED
?TWO PERFECTLY TEttPERED Sin OLD
1DBALDEB TIGHTLY AND FIRMLY TOGETHER
a, X> edge to odge, forming ono hoop, ?rid raablng tb.
I'STRONGEST AND MOSTFLEXIBLE, the LiaHTKin
AND MOST DURABLE SPRING made.
They will not bond or break like the ?Ingle spring?,
bat will always preserve their
PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL SHAPE.
CROWDED ASSEMBLAGES '
OB HOUSE DRES8.
In fact, they are superior to all others, combining
GOMFOBT, ECONOMY, LIGHTNESS ARV
pDRABIJilTY. \ t?
BRADLSY'S DUPLEX ELLIPTII
' , - - ' : . ? . .
| .'...' OB' IJ ,.... ..; , ,:. ?
DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT
For ??le everywhere. Manufactured exclusively bj
the sole owner? of the Patent,
WESTS. BRADLEY & CARY,
No. 70 UHAMBERS AND No?. 79 AND 81 BEADS STS.
for ?ale In Oharleaton, S. C, Wholesale and B?tail, by
WM. T. BUBGE k CO.
EDWIN RATES k CO,
KING A GOODRICH.
.T. B. BEAD k 00.
WAL MCCOMB A OO.
E. SCOTT k OO.
UFFERHARDT k 0AMP8EN.
JAS. B. BETTS.
STOLL. WEBB A 00.
And all other Merchants ?ho Bell ftrst-eiau SKJBTt
In Charleston and throughout the Southern 8fa toa.
LADIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, CLEAR
9 MOStNiX&'m?. ?fcX
HAS NO EQUAL FOR PRESERVING AND BEAUT
JYING THE doMPLEXl?N AND SKIN.
Sold by Druggists everywhere.
Depot Na 74 Fulton-street. New York.
KIN? & CA3SIDEY, Agents,
C. E. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. IB BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
A^EN t FOR THE . PURCIHASE AND SALE OJ
liiiAL Es? TATE in any of the Boothera State?.
ALSO .AITENI FOB THE SALE,. RENTING, BJ?
PAIRING. Ac Ol'CITY l'ROPEUTY . Ango* 2".
BALTIMORE RIVET AMD SPIKE WORKS.
R. W. TYSON & CO.,
P. 0. Box lOQi ?Baltimore, Maryland.
A?IAN^A0TUREBS OF , '
OOK-HEAD RAILROAD SPIKE?, BOILER RTV
ETS, BOAT SPIsVEfc, Ac.
For further Information, apply to
BRUNS k BEE, Agenta,
No. 84 East Bay, Charleston, 8. a
. T ' C? i ? . : - ? . Buio*
WBOLMAti?'ArfD SaGOa. DstALSB IN
SflLLIXER? AND FANCY GOOD84
DRY'?eofe? -TOYS &?.
?? rso.iiO!? KlM?-8TIllifcyr,Oheu-lesion, tj.c.
Ar NEW ?ORE .PBIOES.
at?*-?oratviua .'paper ,oopy for ?ro^ month??, ^nd stat
?Dito tkla office. I?TT Ne?vembe*21
.?J. Oil fallUTl'. ?. .
NOLEN & STEERS,
ftaM Street ?and Second Avenue, r?ev?? York,
-mifTHOLESALB AND BETAIL DEALXB8
TV ni AU. ?nn>? or
LUMBER, MANUFACTURERS 0?T MOULDINGS,
SASH-DOOBS. BLINDS, AND BOX 8HOOE8.
Turning In ?ii Ita branches. Books containing Pattern.
, Of Mouldings ?6111.00 sppllcaOr?".
PUTTY UP! PUTTY UP !
" ft.' ErSBElfTH,
a 01 Market-street,
SIGN, AND SHIP ARTIST,
j[\ old an
Y 8OLI01T8 ORDERS .""ROM HL
mptly attend <yl to. PJTTY for s-alt.
TEE 81\MTER WATCHMAN.
I8HED IN I860
&RR & C0H Proprietor?
xretiintip] AT SUMTEB. SOUTH CAROLINA, t
ToWtlnf Wfturleblng ba?nees, ?rrtJ now third li
__4e?? 'mportanoe (p the Bute.
II afford? a qtaft ??-.ulhbln medium ?>' ?vlvertlsiD^.
fnhp?.*** G " !M * .' >? f\
A WEEKLY PAPER, PUBLISHED' AT DARLING
TON COURT HOU8E, baa recently been trana
terred to na by Ita original proprietor?. Located ? In tb?
?ame District, and only one ?tatton distant frpm tb?
greil railroad centre of Florene?, our faculties for com
munication with sil parta of the country, and 08p<\clal>j
known to the press of tb? State a? one of the orig I.
founder?, and for eeveral year? Editor of tho Darling 1
?nag, whlcb paper waa discontinued at the beginning
th? war. A? native? of the South wo respectfully sol le
a sharo of tho advertising patronage.
3. L. COOPER A CO., Pnollahen.
DarRngtou O. 11., & C.. December 21, IBM.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
GBOO tt&'Z El S.
GEO. W. STEFFENS & CO.
WOULD BE8PEOTFULLY INFORM THEIR CUS
TOMERS and tbo public that, In addition to their
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY at the corner
of King and George street?, tiny bave now opened a
WHOLESALE AND COMMISSION HOUSE at No. M
Vendue Range, where tbey will be able to afford their
on.tornera extra facilities. Their firm will comprise
a? formerly :
OSO. W. ITtjrUfl,...F. O. BOIINIB....L. BBEnEHUXBO.
March IS ty'
AUSTIN, ANDMJS & CO.,
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DD3PATCH,
February li _
T. SAVAGE HE Y WARD & SONS,
8EHERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 241 Broad-street, Augusta,
i WILL SELL AT
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CONSIGN
MENT8. We hold ourselves strictly reeponslblt
or eil goods for whloh we bave acknowledged the re*
oelpts, and will render up sales as ?peedily as pcsalblr.
Gooas not insured unione In?trnoted lo do ??.
Merah t 8mo?
GEO, E. PR1TCHETT,
COMMIS SION [MERCHANT
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
OHAKLESTON' S. O.
March U fimos*
W1LLJM -B. HERIOT & CO
No. 534=9 King-street,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
RECEIVE DEPOSITS AND ALLOW INTER?S?
DEAL IN FOREIGN AND DOME8TIO B2
MAKE COLLECTIONS AND PROMPT RE
R?f?rences In New York?
Messrs. DUNCAN, BBEBMAN A 00.
Mesera. HENRY CLEWS ft OO.
RICHARD LATHERS, Esq., President Great Westen
a. 3. HOWLAND. Esq., No. 80 Wan-street.
JEOUGK T. HOPE, Esq., President Continental Insor
noa Company._October SO
WILBUR & SON,
?EMERAL AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
OFFICE AND SALES BOOMS,
SOB, l8 and 15 State-street and Nos. 1 and
CHABLE8TON, 8- O.
M. M. QUINN & BRO.,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. 597 KINO-STllEET,
OKARLBSTON, S. O.?
MO. K1? UIIOAB-STKEIST,
The latest issues of the press alwsys on hand.
Subscriptions received and Goods delivered or foi
varded by Mall or Exprese,
AU CASH ORDERS will be promptly attended to.
February 27 ly
A. S. HULL, Agent,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
CORNER MEETING AND MARKET 8TS.,
HAS NOW IN STOBE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
FRENCH AND ENGLISH COATINGS for Gen
WHITE AND COLORED
DUCK AND DRILLS
MAB8EIU.ES, BILE, AND CASHMERE .
A FULL ASSORTMENT OP
GENTLEMEN'S FUBMSHIKC. C00D8.
November 1 - lyr
..MT BOOK ?.1ANUF1CT0RV.
SUCH AS RECORDS FOB PUBLIC 6mOE*.
Ledoers, Journal?. Cash Books, Day Books, Ac, oop
; ?ntly on hand, ead made to order, and wltr. any dca
r 1 pt.cn ?fKnling. .None but tbe best workmen employ
.I-J and the beat materials need. . ?f _J .
A practical osperlence. of twenty year? to theavbov?
ne,ard with faclUUes nnaurpassed, enable meto war
n i satisfaction. ? .
BOOK BTNDING AND JOB PRINTING
In ft lilts tranche?, wita, now type, i*w presses, and
t vanta re? not excelled In this city. L . yor's Blanks.
It les, Bonds, MortffMiea, kc, ko., on b i d and rrinted
o order. tutuslyr Doosn.be* U
D3AA0 E. HEBTZ, | EUGENE HUOHET.
Late co-partner of Mordecal h Co.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
SOI East Bay,
CORNER CUMBEBLAND STREET,
WILL GIVE PABTIOULAR ATTENTION TO THE
purcbaaeor sale of COT? ON, BICE, LUMBER
NAVAL SrOREb, and MERCHANDISE GENERALLY
and to V EH H ELS consigned to our care.
Also, to sales of all descriptions of Merchandise s
MORDEOAI k CO., E. LAFTTTE k CO.,
MARSHALL, BEACH A CO.. E. B 8TODDABD A CO.
8. S. FA EBA B, BBOTHERS k CO.
Charleston, AprU a, 1806._ April 2
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Butter, Cheese and Provisions.
: JBW Liberal advance? made on consignments,
MEHBTENS k WOHLTMANN,
No. 187 EAST BAY,
OKABLESTON, S. O.
O. KXBBTZMa.J. 1*. M. WOnLTMAIOl
March 9 Brnos
JOHN KING ft- CO,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIO LIQUOR*
ROOEEBY, Hfc?LLOWWARE AND GLASSWARE. X
BUILDING MATERIALS, LIMB, Ac.
No. 88 HABEL STREET
November 1 mwf
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, BALE ANT
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Port?) oi
0OTTON, BIOS, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF. CIa?vrl??ion, 8. C.
B. WILLIS.....A. B.CHISOLS
STYLES & CARTER,
SIIIPPIK6 & COMMISSION MEMIIANT?
DEALERS IN NAVAL STORES,
no. 19 VAN DEHHOKST'8 WIIAliP,
CHARLESTON, 8. O.
LO. STYLES.I. F. CARTER.
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
8UPM and Commission M?ritants,
Jilos. 136 AND 128 MEETIKQ-BTBEE?
WABKBOUEOES : ,
?Jo?. 63 and 55 HAHUL-KTUICKT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
A. Getty.B. A. Sonder.8. T. Hoad?: '
L. BOWIE & CO.,
COMMISSION AND GROCERY
NO. 17 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
B. A. EARLY, I t 3. F. EARLY,
Carlington O. H., 8. O. J \ Char lea ton, g, a
B. A. & J. F. EARLY.
Forwarding and Commission Merchant?,
NORTHWEST CORNER OF EAST BAY AND MAB
KET STREETS Charleston 8. C, and oppoalts
Oonrt H ouse, Darlington, S. 0., Will attend to the par
aba??, ?ale and shipment of COTTON, NAVAL fiTOREfi
and MERCHANDIHE gonerally. Order? and consign
menta solicited. (mo? January li
?7. B. Trout.U... OliverAmibarj
TBOTJT ?9? .artv^aXSSXTXVS'.
?eneral Commission Merchants.
AND DKAlaERS ?1T .
LIVE, CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS, LATHS. HAH
and Shingle??, Lumber and Timber, Har and O rall
N orth wes t oprnar of
Mtwamber Al Omo jgapj B?T agg Mark?^tre??V
No. 198 WATEil-STRKET, ?KW YORK.
PABTICTJLAB ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE BALE
OF OOITON AMD NAVAL STORES.
GEORGE B. PR1TCHETT, Charlenton 8. 0, ?
D. D. HOOOTT. Camden, S. O.
AH. VAN BOKEELEN, Wilmington, N, 0.
April le ?mo?*
BOOTT *5B XiJillrtlOT,
Brokers and Commission! Merchants,
Wtvsialtigton-at.. Columbi?, 8. C.
?s SU tOOTt........p...~.......W. OVHKKXOZ.
WU1 ?ive prompt Attention to Purchasing, Sellln?; apr
wardln?7 ft? alfMerchandlai? Nwrsm*??? ->'
NEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS!
RUGG'S PERIOWCAL DEPOT,
No. 108 Market-street,
A FINE SELECTION OT NEW HOVELS, BY TH1
mont popular willera of the dey. A fin? asaortmen
jf Miscellaneous Beading Matter received by ?ver*
steamer end mail.
The trade supplied on the moat liberal terna?.
?W Send for circular_Marchs
A FRESH VtiVrUtOFQtLB http COtCBBl AL80,
to the old fluid and not neara* da rip ?rou?.1 MerlJLl'?
Pf.ten*. Burner, ?ud Fluid, .?perlpr to anyttdng fe
br?ii?ht before fie publie. Call and see the??ne?
intsJd,w?.wiU warrant to satisfy -all et M cheapness
U costa les? than any other Oil or Fluid, and no chico
ney? to break or buy. ' " ! .
We are holdlng our ?took of Paint*, Oil. and CH vu ?
reduced price?. 0*11 at No. 42 Market-itreet. i ' '
February M AUSTIN ft ALBEB
tUlOiC A PAVU-AOBWTI WArTTgD T?
?7??sVt> ?eli anew inowondorfnl SEWING MAOBTMa
Oaeowly cheap 000 licensed. Address 8HAW ft CLASS,
tndd??*vd Mala. !Metes9b?tU
THE PUBLISHERS OF
THE CHARLESTON DULY NEWS
Beg respectfully to return their thanks to the
pnblio for its liberal support to their Journal, and
promise that in the future, aa in the paat, it Bhal)
be their aim to make
MOST DESIRABLE PAPER
In the country. It baa now
TIIB LARGEST CIRCULATION
of any Newspaper issued in the State, and is
THE LARGEST IN SIZE
of any Paper published in the'JState-issued in
folio form of eight pages, and the size of the New
It is universally conceded that
THB CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
BEST COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER
published in the South. It ia
A SOUTHERN PAPER,
. ?* . . t. .
Many of our friends have epeken and written to
us concerning the publication of a Tri-Weekly. We
have thought of doiiig this 'for some time, but
owing to the general disarrangement of postal af
fairs, we bave concluded not to do so until ths
commencement of next season.
On the first of September we will commence to
publish a country edition of THE NEWS, nod it
shall be our aim to make the paper the best ever
Issued in this State. We intend introducing en
tirely new features in this enterprise; it will not
be a summary of the daily, but will be complete
and original in itself, and we are certain that its
patrons will be aa well pleased with it aa are
our present patrons pleased with the daily.
TER?ttB OP .D-AJCXTSTs
One year. .$10.00
Six months........ 5.00
Three months. 2.50
CATHCART, Mc?ILlAK 6 MORTON
i . ? ?M
No. l8 HAYNE-STREET,
OHABLB8TON. & O.
MAKE UP YOUR CLUBS,
NEW YORK NEWS,
BENJ. WOOD, Editor and Proprietor.
TUE ONLY RECOGNIZED DEMOCRATIC
IN NEW YORK.
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE NEW YORK NEW8 HAS BATTLED AGAINST
despotism for four years of blood snd terror, In
assertion of the sanctity of tho Constitution. A patriot
ism sufficiently broad to embrace both sections haa been
Its only guldo, and ltrcfors now with honest pride to Its
record to show that it has not turned to the right or the
left under all tho violence of arbitrary power.
True to is principles as THE NEWS has boon through
Hie reign of terror, it challenges public confidence in Its
honesty and lndopondcnco for the futuro.
Tho political transition of tho present day opens to
THE NEWS a new and wider Bold of usefulness. Stsnd
I Ing now as It always lint, cn the Inviolability of tho Con
?* stltutlon, according to the interpretation of the strict
coDstructlonists, it preset ta a rallying ground for all, in
both section*, who oro friends of a generous conserva
tism. As a true and tried exponent of sectional amity It
occupies a poritlon which makes It tho fitting mediator
in holding np to tho party cf order in both sections, ln
P terests and principios thnt gave breadth and vitality to
their alliance. As an intersectlonsl agent, devoted to
freedom of election, to trial by Jury, to the sanctity of j
tho habeas corpus, and opposed now, as for four years of
terror it has beeo, to the centralization that darei? to
trample on the rights of States, North or South, THE
NEWS places itself as a candidate for support before the
great body of this once free people.
Tho circumstances of tho moment make the dissem
ruination of tbe principles of THE NEWS a duty of In
dividual patriotism. Every morn who concurs in its
doctrine mutt, if be entertain a true sense of freedom,
do so In no spirit of indifference, but rather with the
earnestness of a high trait. Justified, nay bound. In
his love of liberty to do so, the proprietor places the '
canvass ho makes here of tbe public generally in the
bands of those men who give him the approval of their
consciences as his individual agents. Every reader of |
THE NEWS can not avoid the conviction of duty which
Is here pointed out as the ground of the request, that he
urges its claims for a wider support upon all of his
friends and neighbors who give their earnest sympathies
to the cause of "strict construction," intersecUonal con
jil latino, and all the rights of the citizens under the sys
tem, set up by our fathers, of liberty regulated by law.
The proprietor of THE NEWS calls, therefore, upon
good and true Conservatives throughout the country to
dlschsrge to their convictions of political right at this
great crisis In tho cone, try'a fortunes, the duty of giv
ing toi the influence of his paper, daily? semi-weekly, or
weekly, the wider power for good which it seeks here
through the service of its Individual supporters.
SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY NEWS.
Thefe two Journals are made up with special refer
ence to the wants of country subscribers, and contain
inch a varlo'y of matter as to render them welcome to
every family In the land. In the matter of LITERA
TDBE, tho choicest stories of the best writers are
spread forth in their columns; and mote excellent lite
rary matter is furnished in one issue than can be had in
many of the exclusively literary journal), of the day.
The GENERAL NEWS is admirably selected axd con
densed, so as to give all the current Intelligence In as
readable a form as it can be placed. It comprises news
from every part of the country, and is always tho latest.
The COMMERCIAL INTELLIGEN CE la carefully pre
pared, and includes rellsble MABKZT REPOBTS from all
points, which are not excelled by any Journal in this
Bend the names of all Friends of CONSTITUTIONAL
LIBERTY, and we wiU send them SPECIMEN COPIES
NEW \ ORK DAILY NEWS, to Mall Sub
scribers.$10 per annum
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, to Mail Sub
scriben...,.$6 for 6 months.
P?BLISJB?ED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
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Three Coplee one yeer.10.00
Five Copies one year.16 00
Ten Copies one year. 80.00
Twenty Copies one year. 66.00
To Clergymen one year. 8.00
and an EXTRA, COPI to any CLUB OF TEN.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY.
. . One Copy one year...9 3.00
Three Copies one year. 6.(0
Five Copies one year. 8.TS
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Twenty Copies one year.80.00
To Clergymen one year. 1.60
And an EX f&A COPY to any OLTJB OF TEN.
Any person sending a CLUB of FIFTY for THE SEMI
WEEKLY or WEEKLY NEWS will be entitled to THE
DAILY NEWS EUEE FOB ONE YEAR. The nsme of
the Postoffloe and State should in all cases be plainly
written. To insure safety in remittance, money orders
SPECIMEN COPIES SENT FREE.
THBNEWYODK NKWSU now taken throughout the
Southern States, and tho undisputed fact that it haa a
larger circu'atlon In the South than the Journals of the
New York Press combined, will insure1 the attention of
the commercial publlo and the publlo generally.
Advertiser? now availing themselves of the opportu
nity to mske known their business through the column
of THE NEW YOUR NEWS, are convinced of the Import
anee of its great circulation throughout the South, in
consequence of the large -rd era received by them, certify
to the value of this Journal as the best medium for ad*
vertising, and the publlo generally depending upon pub
licity to secure an extension of business commensurate
with enterprise-, should not fall to become acquainted
with the unquestionable advantages to be derived from
announcing, through the columns of this popular Journal,
what ?ver relates to commercial or financial matters, no
matter what may be the particular business in whloti
say party may be engaged. Address
Wow York, ??ws Dn tiding.
No. 10 City Hall Square. New Y irk.
N. York Advertisements.
LATHROP, L?DINGTON & CO,,
NO. 330 BROJIDWAY, NEW YORK,
OFFER TO SOUTHERN AND WESTERN JOBBERS
AND RETAILERS, at tho lowest market prion?,
KOROA8H, a very largo and attractive stock of DRESS '
GOODS, OLOTH8. NOTIONS, HOSIERY, WHITS
GOODS. Ac fmwSmo February t
IMFOBTEB AND OXALEU IM
fin? ?rocerlf?. Choice Tea?, ?to., <nr..
Nos. 260 st aaa GREEN wicn-si.. COR. OF MURRAY
HAFFERTY & MoHUGH, .
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealer*?.
WIIOLEHAIiK AND IlKTAIL,
No. 69 PDiaTON-STBEET, NEW YOBK.
September 26 in
First Premium Steam Saw-Mills.
THE FIRST PRIZE,
THE GOLD MEDAL,
Was awarded to the
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS
dy the American Institute, at their Fair, In October, Ve$A
tot the beet
AND STEAM ENOINB
ORDERS FOR THESE, GANG -?A.W-MILLH, BUG AH
Mills, General Machinery, Iron and Brasa Onaunga,
forglnRB, Railroad Cars, Ac, Ac, promptly ?llod. Ad>
Iress OEO. M. CLAPP, Treasurer,
. Newburgh, N. Y., or
L. 0, WARD. Agent,
No. 65 Liberty-?t., (Room No. 8). N. Y.
December 13 ly?
MANUFACTURER'S HARDWARE HOD?*
HORACE W. LOVE & CO.,
No. ar, CItlT-Street, New York.
ORDERS FOR ALI. BINDS OF HARDWARE prompt?
Cotton and other Bouthern products received on eos.
gnment, or tn payment._lyr_September K
DICKEBSON, REED & CO.
IMPOnTEBB OT AND DEALKM HI
TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, COPPER, WIRB, EDS O
all other articles for tinnara use.
No. 2? and 81 0LIFF-8T., oor. FULTON,
(anptember 26 lyr New York,
BERRICK8UN dt BAHTLKTT,
'APER AND RAG DEALERS,
No. 30 Beclimon-gtrett, If. V.
} HINTING, WRITING, WRAPPING AND COLORED
d. Papers, Straw and Binders' Boards, Tarred Itoofloj
>>aper, Paper Manufacturers' Supplies, and all kinds o
Parer.mll] Machinery. Paper of every description mad?
.o order. Bags taken In exchange for Paper. Orders by
nail promptly attended to \y October S8
SHELDON, flOYT k CO.,
No. 48 0HAMBEB8-ST. ARD No. IX BRADE-SX
fMPOBTEBS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS CN FOR.
SIGN and DOM EHTIO HARDWARE, OnUery, Guee,
Pistola and Gun Trimmings. 10,000 doien Hoe?,
"Brade's" Crown and Patent Soovlla-Elwell'? and Aroor?
can manufacture-Collins' Axes, Whittemore'e OoMoa
Gards, ko., ko., at lowest market ratea.
TODD & RAFFERTY,
ENGINEERS & FOUNDERS,
Office and Works, Paterson, New Jersey.
WAREHOUSE, NO. 4 DEY-STREET, N. Y.
MANUFACTURERS OF STATIONARY AND PORT*
ABLE STEAM ENGINES end BOILERS; Flax,
temp. Tow, Oakum, and Rope Machinery ; Shafting,
dill Gearing, Iron and Brass Castings of all kinds}
athes, Planing Machines, Drills; Shaping, a lotting and
orlug Machines; Gear Cutters, Centering, Milling and
olUOntting Machines; Ohuoks of all kinds, Loathe?
nd Bubber Belting, Lace Leather, Belt Hooks, and
?moral Supplies for Railroad and other Machine Shops,
Qdson k Snow's Patent Governors. Saw Mills, Cortos?
tins. Presses, Ac, constantly on hand.
TODD k RAFFERTY,
March 30_ly_No. * Pey-Street, N. T.
DAVEGA, YOUNG & JTKENZ1E,
LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE,
Nos? 39 and 40 Park Row.
IBA AO DA VEGA,
GEORGE B. YOUNG, S NEW YORK.
GERARD Ia. MCKENZIE.!
HAVING SUCCEEDED TO THF VO REIGN OOLLOO.
TION BUSINESS of Mo nar J. BIRNEY, PRES*
riSB A FLANDERS, we will attend to the collection el
past due and maturing claims throughout the United
COMMISSIONERS FOR ALL THE STATES.
WM. A. HINMANT"
MANUFACTURES OF PERFUMERY, CONGER.
TRATBD FRUIT ESSENCES for Druggists' and
Confectioners* use, No. 30 Platt-street, oorner of Gold?
Rev York. Fancy Boxes and Baakets for holiday pre?
? nts, Saohnls, Handkerchief Extrada, Pomades, Vine.
? r Bouge. Tollet Powders, Hair Oils, OU Mask, Ott.
Olvet, Grain Musk In ounoe caddies, OU Apple, OB
Banana, Butyrle Ether.
Fine Handkerchief Extracts in bulk to suit purchaser?.
A complete Catalogue wUl be forwarded by maU on ap.
JUMES CONNER'S SONS*
United States Type Foundry
?o?. Kb. '0 ?ntl OH Centro-itmei. Hew York.
Corner Ol lletule-street.
THR TYPE OS WHICH THIS PAPEB IS PRINTED
froir th<? eo/?T?> ?roundrv tv (Vit/??ua.
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restored in four weeks, by Dr. BIOOBD'S WO
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