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t a ntly on band, and made to order, and with any doo
11 p"n of Ruling. None but the best workmen employ.
d and the best material? used.
A practical experience of twenty yl??rs _ the above
ne, and with facilities unsurpassed, enable mo to War
nt saUstsctton. '
BOOK B?NDING AND JOB PRINTING
In a Ulta branche?, with new typo, uw presse?, and
d vanta?? not excelled in this city. L ? yer*s Blanks,
Hies, Bonds, Mortgages, &c, Ac, on hi d and printed
o order. tutuslyr . December 14
A. S. HULL, A?ent,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
CORNER MEETING AND MARKET STS.,
HAS NOW IN STORE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
FRENCH AND ENGLISH COATINGS for Gen
WHITE AND COLORED
DUCK AND DRILLS
MARSEILLES, BILE, AND CASHMERE
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
November 1 lyr
T. SAVAGE HE Y WARD &S0" 8,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 241 Broad-street, Au gusta,
(WILL SELL AT
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CONSIGN.
MENTa We hold ourselves strictly responsible
or all goods for which we have acknowledged the rt
oalpts, and will render up sales as speedUy as possible,
Goons nut Insured unless instructed to do so.
March . 8moa
GEO. E. PR1TCHETT,
COMMIS SION IMERCH ANT
NORTH ATL4NTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON? S. C.
March 9 6mos*
WILBUR k SON,
GENERAL AUCTIONEERS & COMMLISSIO?
.jBTFIOE AND SALES ROOMS,
Nos. 13 and 15 StutC'Strcet mid Xos. 1 and
OHABLESTOKT, S. O.
April 2 niwf
M. M. QUINN & BRO.,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONER^ ETC.,
No. 6 $? T KkKO'llTRKKT,
OHABli??TON, S. C,
No? tar BRO AD-STREET,
_kvTJGrT_ STA. _*__
"e ?ktest Issues of the press always on ?iand.
""trlptlons received and Gooda d "vired or for*
.Arma, by Mall or Expresa. .
j-Vj CASH ORDERS will be prothpVly attended to.
Febrqary 27 rja ,-1 , ? ? _._ly
m*. tT. Troat.. UUvcrAmibar?
_R_1__ '' _? ??. ik__t,si_i __t_- .. .
General Commission Mer oh ants,
j j AND PICAL.KUH lit
LIME, C?MENT, PLASTER PARIS, LATHS. BAIE
; and Shlngleo, Lnmbtc and Timber, Hay and Grain
Northwest corner of
November ?w , 6mo Em Bay and Market^ta-eaet.
So. 108 WATKK-8TIIKKT, KEW YORK.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE SALE
OF COTTON AND NAVAL STORES.
GEORGE B PRITOHETT, Charleston 8. O.
D. D. HOOOTT, Oamdi?n, 8. O.
A. H. VAN BOKKELEN, Wilmington, N. 0.
NEW BOOKS ! NEW BOOKS !
RUGG'S PERIODICAL DEPOT
No. 108 Market-street,
. .0. FINE SELECTION OF NEW NOVELS, BY TH1
J\ most popnlar writers of tho day, A fine aasortmen
of MlsceUaneous Reading Mattor received by ever:
Bteamer and mall. !
The trade supplied on the most liberal tarma*.
OW 8end for Circular. Mar
TH_ ?DARLINGTON 8UUTIIE11NEL.
ITIHK SOUTHERNER l8 PUBLISHED BEGULARL?
H 1 every FRIDAY MORNING, at DtrllnRton Coor
Hoot?* 8. O., by JAMES M. BROWN, and Edited by B
r?ri W'.B_?2- ?ft I _*f i-1"1 oonimonoed 1U SEVBNTl
. - '^VOLUME nnder vert flattering ausploes. It Is a larg
"set. pt printed OB the best of paper, and the publlshe
- Is determined' to spare neither (abor nbr expense 1
making it worthy of the largest patronage. EUvlnc
, good and rapidly growing clrouUUon among the Plan?
f\ mh at? Me??na_s M DarUnglon Di.trifet, and o Itt,
Peo Dee oouutrv ,lt offers strong lnduoaasBt? to 0
' _tt__te and others desirous ot makin? thoo-, io
known InrouRb ?ho medium, of idW^iit?.?-)^-* X1
L. BOWIE & CO.,
COMMISSION AND GROCERY
NO. 17 BBOADWAY, NEW YOBK.
Tebroary 30_ 8mo
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
Sbippiug.and Commission Merchants,
**|08. 120 AND 128 MEETING-STREET
Moa. b3 and 65 HASKL-STRKET,
C11A11LEST03?, S. C.
A. Getty.I?;. A. Souiler.8. T. Soiui?.
STYLES & CARTER,
?RIPPING & rOMMISSION MERC?IANT?
DEALERS IN NAVAL STORES,
Ho. 10 VA?DKllllOKST'8 W11 A III?
CHARLESTON, 3. C.
CO. BTYLEB.X. F. CARTER
February 3 _ _. _
WILLIS & CfllSOLM?
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE ANT.
SHIPMENT (to Foreign sod Dornest- Forts) ot
OOTTON, RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WIIAUK, Cl.arle.ton, S. O.
t. WILLIS.A. R.OBTSOLN
W. 0. BENNETT & CO.,
FACTORS, FORWARDING AGENTS
' ACC0M310UATION V.'I?aVRF,
OHAR-BfGT?NT, S. O.
W.O. BENNETT.... L. It. LILES.... J. 0. MAUSE ALL.
REFEBENCE?.-EX- Governor VANCE, Charlotto, N. 0. ;
Hon. THOS. B. A8HE, Wadeaboro'. N. C; E. P. BAT
TLE, Esa., State Treaeuror, Raleigh, N. C. ; Maj. B. D.
TOWN8?ND, BoniicttBvllle, S. C; D. MALLOY, E?q.,
Oheraw, S. 0. ; W. BltANTLEY PETTIGREW, Esq.,
FloroDce, 8 C. 1mo* May 14
COURTENAY & TRENHOLM,
(LATE OF NEWBERRY O. H., 8. 0")
"IITILL CONTINUE BU?INES8 IN CHARLESTON, AS
S EC I IP _? 11ST Gc
And will be pleased to see their ?*iends at
NO. 10 BOYCJ--8 WHARF.
WM. A. COURTENAY. P. C. TRENHOLM.
I9AA0 E. HERTZ, | EUGENE BUCHET.
Late co-par tuer ol Mordo?-1 _ Co.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
201 East Bay,
CORNER CUMBERLAND STREBT,
WILL GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THE
pur -ano or aalo of COTTON, RICE, LUMBER
NAVAL STORE?, and MERCHANDISE GENERALLY
and to VESSELS consigned to our care.
Also, to sales ol' all descriptions of Merchandise a
MORDBOAI k CO., E. LAFITTE k CO.,
MARSHALL, BEACH k CO., E. B STODDARD k CO.
S. 8. FARRAR, BROTHERS k CO.
Charleston, April 7,1886. April 9
B. A. EARLY, 1 j J. F. EARLY,
Darlington 0. H., 8. 0. j I Charleston, 8, 8.
B, A. & J. F. EARLY,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
NORTHWEST CORNER OF EAST BAY AND MAR
EET STREETS Charleston 8. O, and oppoiita
Jonrt Ilotiso, Darlington, 8. 0., Will attend to the par
ohsse, sale and ehipment of COTTON, NAVAL ?STORES
in?! MERCHANDISE generally. Orders and oonslgn
raents solicited, "mo? Jannary 11
SCOTT OS HBBIOT,
Brokers and Commission Merchants,
IrVasaUlngton-st.. Columbia. _. c.
m. x. so?-_,....H.NMitiH|Mi.vs. o. n-mo?
WIR give prompt -tontiun tv? F___i_g, Selling an?*
anu_nt> pf_J Mer_j_dB?-_No-imbat >?
WO 1 OS EAST :B_*_/__
CIIAIlIa -BTOi*., 8. O.
Butter, Cheese and Provisions.
ST Liberal advance ? made on consignments.
MEHRTENS & W?HLTMANN,
: AITO ;': U
No. 187 EAST BAT,
OHARLEBTON. 8. O.
a. MZHUTENB_.S. *. U. WOBIa-_Kal.
JOHN KING & CO,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALER*
FOREIGN ARD DOMESTIC LIQUOR!
ROCKERY, HOLLOWWARE a?_*D GLASSWARE.
UUILDINQ MATERIALS, LIME, Ac.
Ifo. 88 IIA8KL. STREET
November 1 mwf
WHOLESALE AND 1-TAIL
(?El). W. STEFFENS & CO.
W0UL_ B-JPEOTFDLLY INFORM TOEIR <JU?
TO MERE and the publlo that. In addition to thal
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY at the OORM
of King and- George street?, they hare now opened
WHOLESALE AMD COMMISSION ?OUSE at No, '
.Y?tofitfcjU^ to afford tie
onsiomers extra "ci?tica. Their firm will oomprli
a?fori_crly: . ... . .,
oso. w, gramms.,..*, 0. non****-....*- DBKD_I--?W
, afarohVS , j V . ?'??', '? If?
. -, KO. 131. DIEETI-A^TRGET.
1866. FOR 1866. 1866.
BACH HOOF BEING COMPOSED
VIVO PERFECTLY TEMPERED BIN?LO
BRAIDED TIGHTLY AND FIRMLY TOGETHER
edge to edge, forming one hoop, and making tht
STRONGEST AND M08T FLEXIBLE, the LIGITTE81
AND MOST DURABLE SPRING made.
They will not bend or break like the single springs,
out will always preserve their
PERFECT AND BEAUTIFUL SHAPE.
OB HOUSE DBE8S.
In fact, they are superior to aU others, combining
OOBIFOBT, ECONOMY, LIGHTNESS AND
BRADLEYS DUPLEX ELLIPTlt
DOUBLE SPBIN6 SEIET
For sale everywhere Manufactured exclusively bj
.he sole owners of the Patent,
WESTS, BRADLEY k CARY,
So. 79 CHAMBERS AND NOB. 79 AND 81 READE ST8.
For sale in Charleston, 8. 0., Wholesale and Retail, b*
WM. T. BURGE k 00.
EDW1~N BATF8 ft oo.
KING ft GOODRICH.
3. II. READ & CO.
WM. MCCOMB ft co.
. T. KELLY.
E. SCOTT k CO.
UFFERHARDT ft 0AMP8EN.
J AH. B. BETTS.
BTOLL. WEBB ft 00.
And all other Merchants who sell first-class S?ILT?
in Charleston and throaghout the Southern States.
January "_ too
LADIES DESIRING A SMOOTH, CLEAR
HAS NO EQUAL FOB PRESERVING AND BEAUT
rriNG THF. OOMPLEXION AND SKIN.
Sold by Drugglatfl everywhere.
Depot No. 74 Fulton-street, New Fork.
KING & CASSIDEY, Agents,
C. E. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
No. l8 BROAD-STREET,
0HABI_8T0N, S. 0.
,4 GENT FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE 0)
f\ REA- Eh TATE In any ot the Southern States.
ALSO AGENT FOR THE SALE, RENTING, RJ,
PAIRING, ftp. OF CITY PROPEUTY Augus 2>
BALTIMORE K1TET Atti) SPIKE WORKS.
R. W. TYSON &. CO.,
P. 0. Box 1004, Baltimore, Maryland,
OOK-HEAD RAILROAD SPIKES, BOILER BTV
ETS, BOAT 8PIKES, fto.
For further Information, apply to
BRUNS ft BEE, Agents,
No. 8? But Bay, Charleston, & 0,
WHO___B AND RETAIL DEAUBB "
9IILLINERV AND, FANCY GOODS,
DRY GOODS TOYS ?Seo.
At No. X6? ."NG-STIIIGKT, Chor leaton. B.?U.
AP NSW ?URK FRICKS,
OW ToxkvlUe paper copy lor two months, and mmtt
UlltO this OffiosV
NOLEN 8s STEERS,
iatrt Street and Second A-renne, Net?/ York.
EOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
_ Alala KTNDB OP
LUMBER, MANUFACTUREBB OF MOUIaDINOB,
SASH POORS, BLINDS, AND BOX SHOOK8.
Turning In all Its branche?. B?o" containing Patterni
of Monia-ga sont on appllosilos*,
Deosmber n ty*
PUTTY UP rPOTT? UP !
N. M, GILBRETH,
No. ?01 Market-street,
HOUSE, SIGN, AND SHIP VKTIST,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS ORDERS FBOM HI.
? old and new customers. _
a__ING promptly attend ed to. P'JTTY for sala,
THE SUMTER WATCHMAN.
ESTABLISHED I" 18BO
? GILBERT, DARRITOOH Proprietors.
PUBLISHED AT SUMTER, SOUTH CAROLINA, i
Town of flourishing bnslneas, and now third ti
botlness ?mportanoo In the Slate.
It affords a most available medium ?r "vertlslnu.
! TH_ NEW BRA.
A WEMLT PAPER, PUBLISHED AT DARLING
i_ TON COURT HOU8E, baa recently been trani
ferred te us by its orlghUl proprietors. Looated In tb
same District, and only one station distant from tb
(i*r>?t railroad contra of flnrsnce, 'our facilities for eon
?stkOnloation with all parta of the country, and especial!
wltb the cities of Charleston, Columbia and WUmlngto:
from stbich we are nearly equl-dliUnt, are utiriirf.ii a e
The Editor, 3. H, NORWOOD. Esq., wa* formerly w
known tv. the p?reas of the Rta?.? as onei of tOW^ariat)
founders, and for aevercl years Editor of _*,|l?i?rUirfr l
ria?, which partir was dlsc?nt?nhed at the
the was*. . As "tiree of the Soutb we ??p
a share of the _v.M*atiaff patronage. . .
3. L. OOOPRBft COv* t_IMssttl
THE PUBLISHERS OF
THE CHARLESTON BAILY NEWS
Beg respectfully to rotara their thanks to the
public for its liberal support to their Journal, and
promise that in the future, as in the past, it shall
be their aim to make
MOST DESIRABLE PAPER
ia the country. It has now
THE LARGEST (UIUllTIII
of any Newspaper issued in the State, and is
THE LARGEST IN SIZE
of any Paper published in the_Btate-Issued in
folio form of eight pages, and the size of the New
It ia universally conceded that
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
BEST COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER
published in the South. It is
A SOUTHERN PAPER,
Many of our friends have spoken and written to
na ooncerning the publication of a Tr i-Wcekly. We
have thought of doing this for some time, bot
owing to thogonural diBarrangement of postal af
fairs, we have ooneluded not to do ao until the
commencement of next seMon.
On the first of September we will common?- to
. . - -. .. H . ? I
publish a country edition of Tai NEWA, and 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 Bmnmary of the daily, but will bo complete
and original in itself, and we are certain that its
patrons will be as well pleased with It as are
our present_patrous pleased with tho dilly.
_*__*%__e OZ* _*?__!_.*_ :
Six months-?. 6.00
Three months.,. 3.60
CATHCART, MCMILLAN & HORTOS
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OHa_tL_iTON, B. O.
MAKE UP YOUR CLUBS,
NEW YORK NEWS,
BENJ. WOOD, Editor and Proprietor.
THE ONLY RECOGNIZED DEMOCRATIC
IN NEW YORK.
TO THE IPTJBLalO.
THE NEW YOBK NEWS HAS BATTLED AGAINST
despotism for four years of blood and terror, In
assertion of the sanctity of the Constitution. A patriot
ism sufflolontly brood to embrace both sections has been
Its onlyguldo, snd it refers now with honest pride toits
record to show tbat It has not turned to the right or tlio
loft under all tho violen?- of arbitrary power.
Truo to is principles as THE NEWS has been through
tho rolgu of torror, it challenges public confidence In its
honesty and independence for tho future.
Tho political transition of tho pr?tent day opens to
THE NEW8 a new and wider flold of usefulness. Stand
ing now as it always has, cn the inviolability of the Con
stitution, according lo tho Interpret-ion of tho strict
constroctionitats, it presorts a rallying ground for all, in
both section??, who aro friends of a gensrous conserva
tism. As a truo and tried exponent of sectional amity It
occupies a position which makes It the fitting mediator
In holding up to the party of ordor in both sections, in
terests and principles tbat gave breadth and vitality to
their alliance-. As an Intersection?! agent, devoted to
free dom of olection, to trial by Jury, to tho sanctity of
the habeas corpus, and opposed now, as for four years of
terror It has been, to tho centralization that dares to
tramplo on the rights of State?, North or South, THE
NEWS places itself as a candidato for support before the
groat body of tbl* once free people.
The olrcumstanoea of the moment make tho dlasem
mination of the principles of THE NEWS a duty of in.
dividual patriotism. Every man who concurs in Ita
doctrine mutt, if he entertain a true sense of freedom,
do so in no spirit of _d_erence, bat rather with the
earnestness of a high trust. Justified, nay bonnd, in
his love of liberty to do ao, the proprietor places the
canvass ho makes here of the pabilo generally in the
handB of thone men who give him the approval of their
consciences ss his Individual agents. Every reader of
THE NEWS can no j. avoid the conviction of duty which
Is here pointed out as the ground of the requcit, thst he
nrges its claims for a wider support upon all of his
friends and neighbors who give their earnest sympathies
to the osuie of "strict construction," lnterseotlonal con
ciliation, and all the rights of the Citizens under the sys
tem, set up by our fathers, of ?ber ty regulated by law.
The proprietor of "SHE NEWS calls, therefore, upon
good and true Conservatives throughout the conn try to
discharge to their convictions of political right at this
gTeat ?-trials In the couttry's fortunes, the duty of giv
ing to _o Influence of his paper, dally, semi-weekly, or
weekly, the wider power for good which It seeks here
through the servit*? of Its individual supporters.
SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY NEWS.
These two Journals aro mado up with special refer,
sn?- to the wanta of country subscribers, and contain
inoh a variety of matter as to render thom welcome to
every family in the land. In the matter of L1TEKA
TDBE, the choicest stories of the beat writers oro
spread forth in their columns ; and moro excellent lite
rary matter 1B f ___MA in one issue than can bo had In
many of the exclusively literary journals of the day.
Tbe (JEN Kit AL NEWS is admirably selected BL d con
densed, so as to give all tho current Intelligence In _
readable a form as It can be placed. It comprises news
from every part of the country, and is slways tho latest.
The COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE Is carefully pre
pared, and Includes reUable MARKET BEPOBTB from all
points, which are not excelled by any journal in this
Send the names of all Friends of CONSTITUTIONAL
LIBERTY, and wo will send them SPECIMEN COPIES
NEW Ti ORE DAILY NEWS, to Mall Sub
scribers.$10 per &DDQB*
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scribers.$S for 0 months.
PUBLISHED EVEBY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
One ??opy ono year.$ ?00
Three Copies one year. 10.00
Elvo Copies one year.15.00
Tea Cosies one year. 30.00
Twenty Copies one yoar. 85.00
To Clergymen ono year..'.. 3.00
And an EXTRA OOP i to any CLUB OF TEN.
PUBLISHED EVEBY WEDNE8DAY.
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Three Copies one year. ?VC0
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To Clergymen one year. 1.60
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Any person sending a CLUB of FIFTY for THE SEMI
WEEKLY or WEEKLY NEW8 will be entitled to THE
DAILY NEWS FREE FOR ONE YEAR. The name of
the PoBtofilco and State should In eil cases bo plainly
written. To insure safety in remittance, money orders
SPECIMEN COPIES SENT FREE.
TnF.N_wYon_ Ne-si? now taken throughout the
Southern States, and the undisputed fact that it has a
larger circulation in the South than the Journals of the
Now York Proea combined, will Insure the attention of
the comme.curt puttllo and tho public generally.
Advert?sorB now availing themselves of the opportu
nity to make known their business through the column
of THE NEW Yon_ Nsw?, are convinced of the Import
anoe of its great circu? al Ion throughout the South, it
conseqnence of the large orders received by them, oertli)
to the value of this Journal as the best medium for ad?
ver Using, and the publlo generally depending upon pub
lleity to seen- an extension of business oommensurat?*
with enterprise, should not fall to beoome acquainted
with the unquestionable advantages to be derived fron
announcing, through the oolamna of this popular Journal
what ?.ver relates to oommev cial or fin ape I al matters, ni
matte* what may he the p-tloular business in wblot
any party may bo engagod. Aflat?- ? ?
? Rtiw York News Building,
Ho. 19 Ultr -all Banaro, New York.
N. York Advertisements?
LATHROP, L?DINGTON k Cft,
NO. 330 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
0WVBL1SJSXJ^SM AND WESTERN JOBBX- H
AND RETAILERS, at the lowe? maAe. yr%at>i%
FOR CASH, a very targe and attractive stock \?f DBKB
OOODB, CLOTHS. NOTIONS, UOSIKRY/ WHITaF
OOODB. ftc fmw:<nio February *
JANES CO?V?E?^ SONS*
United States Type Foundry
Ros. ?4t?. JO ami 3*4 Ccntrr-kUreet-, ??.??. 2?<x*9sxy
Comer of ?Leauloatrect.
THE TYPE ON WHICH CHJJJ ?'APER la rlUXTEOm
iron* the ab"??? ?.onnilrv . " f)ct/>?.?*u ?
MA?UFACTUKEK'S> TlAlU)\YAKE^TlW^? ..
HOEACE W. LOVE & C?Sifr-.
No. J*0 IIIIT-Strrri, New YarU
QBDER8 FOR ?_L KINDS OF HARDWARE nta*x?Bt%V"
Cotton and other Southern prodocU received on- <ua_v.^
gnment, or 1n payment. lyr_ Beptemby IV
DICKERSON. EEED & CO.
nUTOnTatllB OF ARD DaULXBfl IH
rE?.^??fTEv5Ii?E7' ,_S_- OOPPEB. WIRB, sam
all other artlolea for tinners n?e. ^^ ?*-M^S
",_mb? V* "Dd M ^?T" ??r* FOXTON.
.September 38_lyr_jjew vo?_
DERRICKS?B _ BAHTXKTT-3?
?APES AND BAG DEALEML
lTo. 30 Bcekman-itreit, N. V. ^^
JRTNTTNG, WRITING, WRAPPING AND OOIXi__l
J Papers, Straw mid miniers' Board?, Tarrod B_fi_i
Paper, Paper M_?_sc turar ?' Supplies, and _ k__?
Ptpsr-mlU Machinery. Paper of every doncrlption n__
to order. Rags taken In exchange for Paper. Oras-ra *b*?
maU promptly sttendod to._lyr Octobtr ?3B>
SHELDON, HOYT & fl)?,
No. *3 0HAMDKH8-8T. IANR No. 31 BEADB-?r
NEW FORK, ?*vvx?s.
?MPORTERSAND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN >__?
E1GN and DOMESTIC HARDWARE, Catlor* ?_i -
Pistols end Gun Trimmings. 10,000 dozon> ?Sotltl '
"Brado'e" Crown and Patent "ovUa-ElweU'a and A_s**<?
oan mannfaoture-Colline' Axes, Whlttemore'? C???t>n?
Cards, ftc, bo., at loweat market ratea.
THOS. :_*,- --GI-X^E^W^
IMPOBTRB AMD DEaXEB IS
Kino Groceries, Choice Teas, etc. et?.
Not. 300 _ 303 GREENWICH-SI.. COR. OPEUEMAW
HAFFEETY & McHUGH,
Importers, Manufacturers and De&kofe,
WHOLESALE ANO HKTAIL,
Ho. t? FTJLaTON-BTBEET, NEW ?0BH.
September " la*?
First Premium Steam Saw-Mills.
THE FIRST PRIZE,
THE GOLD MEDAL.
Waa awarded to the
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS
ay UM ?\mertcan Institute, at their Fair, In October, "TO,.
for the best
AND STEAM ENGINE <
ORDE11J3 FOR THESE, GANQ BAW-MILLH, BDOAB
Milla, General Machinery, Iron and Srasa CaxUns*?.
rorglng?, Railroad Cars, fto., fto., promptly filled. AO
Sreas GEO. M. CLAPP, Tr? "nrw.
Newburgh, N. F., at
L. 0. WARD, Agent,
No. M Liberty ", (Room No. 8), N. "
TODD ft RAFFERTY?
ENGINEERS & FOUNDERS,
Office sand Worin-, Paterson, NorJersty.
WAREHOUSE, NO. 4 DET-STREET, N. "
MANUFACTURERS OF STATIONARY AND MUwsV
ARLE STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS; Ftsau
iemp, Tow, Oakum, and Rope Machinery; Sbrfttqs,
.'111 Clearing, Iron and Erasa Castings of all _n_??
athen, Planing Machines, Drills; Shaping, Slotting .*_.
.oring Machines*, Qear Cutters, Centering, Milli nu a-B
.olt-Outtlng Machines; Chncss of all kinds, !___?
nd Rubber Belting, Lace Leather, Belt Hoosa, __
leneral Supplies for Railroad and other Machine Bbt?fs.
odson k Snow's Patent Governors. Saw Mills. Cotton
lins, Presses, Ac., constantly on hand.
TODD ft RAFFERTY.
March 30_ly_No. i Dey-Stroet, H. "
DAVEGA, YOUNG " M^ENZIE,
Lil "HD COLLECTION OFFICE.
Nos. 39 and 40 Park Row.
ISAAC DAVEGA, )
GEORGE B. YOUNO. J NEW FORE.
GERARD L. MCKENZIE, )
HAYING SUCCEEDED TO THF VOREIGN OOLI__ ?
TION BUSINESS of Messiat. BIRNEY, PBaOaU
TIBS ft FLANDERS, we will attend to the oolltK-tti? _
past due and maturing claims throughout theU_*H_
atea a" Oanada.
COMMISSIONERS FOB ALL THE STATE A
WM. A. HINMAN.
MANUFACTURER OF PERFUMERY, OOH
TRATED FRUIT E8SBN0ES (or Drugglala*
"?u'e.^oners'nee. No. 30 PUtt-street, corner of P
New Fork. Fancy Boxes and Baskets for holiday
. nts, Sach?la, Handkerchief Extra?is, Pomade?, a
sr Bouge, Toi lot Powders, Hair Oils, OR Mus?t,
Olvot, Grain Moak In ounce caddies, OU Apple? IMS
Banana, Butyrle Ether.
Fine H""erchiof Extracta In bulk to suit pai__s_a*
A oomplete Catalogue will be forwarded by maU ._?**.?
plication. Oro o a ?Tan nary BB
MANUUO- AND TIIK VIOllH OF YIW
restored In toni weeks, by Dr. RiCJOBD'Xl
.1ENOE OF LXFB. bt. Blcord (of Paris), tttet J
?sameat aoUolUtlon, ha* at leagth accedeA to the
requests of the American public, and appointed an
in New Fork for the sale of hie valued and highly
Esavonoe of Life. This wonderful ?cent will
manhood to the most shattered cocit.tutlory?,.
.arising from exposais, the effects of climate, oa
oat-Uses, The Urne required to oura the mqst In;
owie la four wooka ?and li naed according lo prints??.
.trucUons, which are very simple, failure la lmpor
Thls lifo-reotoring remedy should be taken by _
to marry, as Ita effect are permanent. It la aoano*crl
by the medical psess to be the greatest discovery
made. Ita developing powers are niiracnions. So
m every case Is ascertain as that ?clance overtlaroit??*.
aoranoe. Dr. Bloord's Essence of Um to soli ft_
Osvses, with full inatmctlons for use, at tS, or four
titls?. In one tor (9 and will be sent to any part, ott
r-aked. on mod pt of remlttanoe to hla Saacredited _
? Hu Bo. ?SA Uli eui i Use. New ??.
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