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N. York Advertisement*
FUItMTL'UE ! FURNITURE !
WIIOLESAL ?"A ND RETAIL
DEGRAFF & TAYLOR.
NOB. 87 k 89 BOWERY & C5 CHRY8TIE-8TREET
HAVE THE BEST ASBOnTED STOCK OF
PAHLOR, DINING-ROOM AND BED-ROOM
PRING BEDS AND BEDDING,
IN TUB UNION.
OUR FACILITIES FOR MANUFACTURING AT
LOW PRICES doly competition. STEAMERS
AND HOTELS FURNISHED FOR STYLE AND QUALL
TY Wo refer y ou on board of the Hudson Bl vor Steam
e r s , BT. JOHN and DEAN RICHMOND.
Puller's Patent Hair-Spring Mattresses
FIVE STATE PBEMIUM8 AWARDED,
jan e 21 _thatuCmo
JOHN B. FULLER,
MANUFACTURER k DEALER
Ho. 8 DEY-STREET, NEW YORK,
flu in store and ready for immediate shipment
and io manufacturing to order,
PORTABLE AND BTATIONABY
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
o 250 horse power; Circular and Upright Saw Mills o
? most approved construction, of all sizes, cutting 7W
O 10BO feet of lumber per hour; Grist Mills, MB1 Irons,
Water Whoolri, and evory kind of Mill Machinery; Sngai
; ahilar Paper and Ml"'"g Machinery; Tools, Tanks, ko.
or Oil and Salt Works; Cotton and Woolen Machinery
Vartioal Planers, Woodworth Planing Mo
on Planers, chinea,
pnir.ni> Lathes, Qray k Wood's Planing Ma
Drill Lathes, chinos,
Boring Machines, Daniels* Planing Machine?
Slatting Machine?, Moulding Machines,
Upright Drills, Bash Machines,
Bttyjn Pumps, Tenoning Machines,
Woree Pumps, Power Morticing Machines
Lifting Pumps, Foot Mortiolng Machines,
notion Pumps, Boring Machines,
Hydraulic Jacks, Blind Slat Tenoning Ma
.w Jacka, chinos,
I <SiafttGg Pulleys and Circular Saw Benches,
Hangers, Wright's Patent Scroll Saw?
Bobber and Leather Belt- Patent Belt Scroll Saws,
logs, Circular Reserving Milla,
bttther and Rubber Hose, Upright Reserving MlUu,
Plumbing and Gas Fittings Rotary and Mining Pumps
Jtaam and Gas Pipes Every de ?ctlptiou of Machi
t and Water Gauges, nary and Railway Supplie*
Cotton Gins I Cotton Gins I !
COTTON OINS I II
Taylor, Eagle, Brown, Southern, Craven, Exoelsloi
?and McCarthy COTTON GINS, with Engines or Hors?
?Towers, and everything required for the same, In store,
ndf or sale at the lowest price. Your orders are re
Mtfoilv solicited. tuthslyr October 8
JOHN C. BEALE,
Ho. IB Naustvu-?Jtrent. New York.
A LABOE STOCK OF FIRST-CLASS BLANK BOOKh
f\ Also, Domeetio and Foreign Papers and Stationery.
Tonstantly on hand, Sets of Account Books made to ord?.
lithography, Engraving and Printing executed prompt.
ty and in the best possible manner. Special attention to
orders uy niau, and prloeaa lew as any toute In the city
l-l OMI? .. ."Sip* novli"?. Btnthlyr October If
aUOOBSBOB TO A. LONGETT.
tfo. 88 Murray-st., New York,
MANUFAOTURBB AND DEALER IN
U0TT0N PRESSES AND COTTON GINS,
HORSE POWERS, THRESHING MACHINES
10, 11, 6? and 60 PLOWS, Canal Barrows.
And all other Agricultural Implements, Fertiliser
PLOW CASTINGS of ah kinds constantly on hand.
October 1>> stuthlyr
ISAAC MIX, JR.,
Ko. 598 Broadway, New York.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALBB IN FINE OAR
RIAGBS of evory description, which will be sold
less prices tban at any othor eatabllsnment in the
y, and warranted equal to any made in tho United
?93t~ Particular attention paid to orders.
BEAUTY . - AUBUBN,
Golden, Flaxen, and
Silken CURLS produced by
the use of Prof. DEBBXUX'B
FBISER LE CHEVEUX.
) One application warranted
! to curl tbe most straight (
and stubborn hair of either
. sex into wavy ringlets or heavy massive curls. Has been
' uaad by tin fashionables of Paris and London, with tho
most gratifying results. Does no Injury to the hair.
Prioe by mall, sealed and postpaid, $1. Descriptive ctr
onlars mailed free. Address, BEBGER, 8HUITS & CO.,
OberntBU, No. 286 Itlvor-street, Troy, N. Y. Sole agents
. f or the United Btates. tnthsSmo May 8
"ITTHISKERS AND MTJ8
W TAOHES forced to
grow upon the smoothest
face in from three to five
weeks by using Dr. 8EVIO
N E ' 8 RESTAURATUER
> OAPILLAIBS, the most
wonderful discovery in mo
dern science, acting upon
ho Beard and Hair In an almost miraculous manner. It
has b sen used by the ?dite of Paris and London with the
most flattering success. Names of all purchasers will
bo registered, and if entire ua??faction is not given in
.every instance, the money will be cheerfoily refunded.
Price by mall, sealed and postpaid, f 1. Descriptive cir
culars and testimonials malh'd freo Address BERGER,
?HUT l8 at CO., Chemists, No. 285 < River-street, Troy,
JJ. Y. Bole agents for the United States.
May 7 _tnthsSmo
B.J.BECK & CO.
j Mo. U PINB.8TRBKT, NEW YORK,
JOB FRINTETIH AND LITHOGRAPHERS,
?Wholesale and Belan Dealers in Firtt-Olau Office Pictures
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A SPLENDID ASSORT
MENT of Foreign and Domestlo LETTER ANT
HOTS PAPER; Envelopes of every sise and quantity.
Certificates of Stock, Bonds, Checks .Notes, Drafts
Bills of Exchange, Billheads and Cards, ho., tasteful!;
Orders by mail will .-ocolvo prompt attention at low
oat cash prices.
B. J. BECK.OHA8. NEWBOUBC
UNITED STATES #TEGL PEN tfORKS,
FACTORY, CAMDEN, N. J.
R. ESTERBROOK & CO.
STEEL PEN MAMJPACT?BERS,
? innnnnnvA 1 No? *?3 Areh-Street, Phil?.
WAREHOUSES } No# 4a John-street, N. York.
Sample? and prices on application. Lots made to or
dar of any pattern or stump required.
CAUTION.-Til esc Pens are of genuine Amerloan
?Blanufaoture, and equal in finish, elasticity and flnenoai
of point to the best imported. Thoy are, thorofore, SUM
O gain the confidence of the American purdie. Thsfac
mile Of our signature is sufficient ?locurlty against for
go imitation. B, ESTERBROOB.A CO.
?4fteb)benfl , ,..; , ?Walli
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N. York Advertisements.
?.:.". .-....- jula
HIRAM TUCKER & CO.,
HANUFAOTUUEBS OF AND WQOLESAI- PKAT.KRB I?
FOLDING WOOD COTS,
OF VARIOUS SI?BKB, WITH
UNDULATING SPRINtt BOTTOMS,
BRONZE: GOODS FOB KEII?SEBB,
O ?B SPRING BED HAB BEEN EXTENSIVELY
uBod during the past nine yovrs, and for noatnoas,
comfort and durability, stands unrivalled; It is simple
in its construction, very portable, and can be used with
The FOLDING COT has undnlatlng spring slats, re
quires but little bedding, is woU made, and easy of trans
Our BRONZE CHANDELIERS, BRACKETS, HALL
LIGHTS, PENDANTS and STAND LAMPS, are s
Qovelty In the market, ohaste and beautiful in design,
ully equal In calor and tone to the best French bronxe
and almost indestructible In service.
Our faculties for manufacturing all of the above geodi
are of such a oharacter that we are enablod to offer them
to the trade at priooa that cannot fail to be satisfactory
The trade furnished with Pattern Book and Price Liai
in application. HIRAM TUCKER k CO.,
September 39_Na 68 John-street, New York.
I. ft K. _ _HT_0_T ft 09.,
Hanafao'.-?v.:s t,l Phetogrmpkio -Atari-Oj
v-un-? tap sacia,
601 BROADWAY, _.Y.
Ia ?Mtmitim u ora ula kui io? of T HiOTOORAPTJIO I
TXRUL8. w* ?j. b..dH,,.rl.r. f,r tko folUw'.m, ?_: .
Stereoscopes and Btsreoicopie Vie-rs.
Of UM* WO BOTO - Imnii? uoortmoak tar; Maa
VIEWS 0? THE WAR.
Oltalaoa ?? gr??* ?ay???? "? fora-i ? >.t?ol?to
rsorxHirir-o a_TOBT ?ITIIUJUUV ?man COD
Boll Bah, Dutoh *"*p,
Yorktown, Pontoon Train".
Gottyaburgh, Hanover Junction.
Fair Oaks, Lookout Mountain,
Savage Station, Chlckahominy,
Frsderiokibnrgh, City Point.
Deep Bottom, Belle Plain,
Pert Horgan, Atlanta,
Florida. ?strawberry Plaina,
Anrrtca? - 4 r.r.lf a ClUto mal twwuPM, fini,?, lut?.
rj. *?.. A?, Atoo. R?ioNlnt lltiM'iw, for pakllc or arlraM
?kikliioB OmOt?titt-'" 11 II "ii j nlli m ii mili'
Wa ?oro tho Ir.i u Ulro-eo lb?,, lovo U. Otlloo l-a
oao wo Buifulo? Ima.?,. OIUIUIM lo rroot vortotT, ?-?
lar lo trico fro? It cm, u |I0. Our ALBL'MS koro li. roo?
tafinor bol.f iipirioilr. kangy ud ouroWlilr lo oar otk or,
Tao/ will V. ,.,t k j ???I!, T REt, 00 roo. ! pi of Ortoo.
jw nm AUDIO _LDS TO osa>ta,m_f_%
Tko Trade will find our Albums the mott
?-.able they oan buy.
Ou ?Joui???? BOW orabraeoa ?TOT JTira Trim? AlSanaa
nh}ocli (U witta ?-11=.. oro MO -?allT kola? roUo) of t-*
Boat Aaiorloaao, Ac, oto; ato o I
lNMoJ-Oo- lOOIJ.il-Col, Trfiliioito.
IM Brit * ilOciaorOmc.ro, II? DUSMBj
nicoicoou, 7IN.?>O8CCT, iu Aatkaaa,
.W Arili i* m Bun, IO rroohoal TTa-aa
a.000 Oploo of Wotto of AJ?,
Kaltee nr>?i??i?u of tko omort - .?rmUo no ill o Itara,
i-r?, litim So. Mai ?fao? ooat oa roooiito? fr-uk
'TaaarlaooaaAtaoiU/af oar goooj ?aaaoo -1 to I
JAMES CONNER'S SONS'
United States Type Foundry
loo. ?8, JO tvuil 314 C.nU-streel, ff?w Yotrb.
Corner of tl?a<l<B-?tr?at.
THE TYPS ON WHIOU THIS PAPER IB FBINTXT
Crom the abovn ?"oundrr. tv Ootobar .
XKOS- A. -?-GHSTET^T,
MPOBTBB AND DIAL- ra
sTln? Groceries, ?Uholco Tea?, otc., ete..
Nee. MO -* 969 GREEN WICH-ST.. COS. OF MURRA!
IMPORTER CHINESE FIRE CRACKERS, ROOKETH
MANUFACTURED LANTERNS, FLAGS, Ac
-AROE ASSORTMENT OF HIS OWN IMPORT*
TOYS AND FANCY GOOD?
No. J near Broadway, New York,
Octobor 18 1 jr>
O. PEARL......:..../. V. OUMMINQa
WATBRaO?SE,lBM & CO.,
No. 19 _S*Tew-street,
BUY AND BELL
COIN, EXCHANGE, SOUTHERN BANK NOTES, AND
EOURITIES OF ALL KINDS.
AND PURCHASE SIGHT AND TIME DRAFTS ON
ALL ACCESSIBLE POINTS.
BUY STOCKS AND GOLD
SOLELY ON COMM-SION, REQUIRING AMPLE
MARGIN IN ALL OASES.
FOUR PEB CENT. INTEREST ON DAILY BAL
ANCES, SUBJECT TO SIGHT CHECK.
mr The Correspondence of our Southern friends is
eipectfully solicited. flmo*> May 1
Cotton Gins! Cotton Gins! Cotton ?in.
Taylor, Brown. Eagle, Southern
Emory & Graven, MoCharty
WITH ENGINES. HOBBS ""WEBS, ANT
BVEBY THING COMPLETE FOB BUNNING
IN 8TOBB, AND BEADY FOB IMMEDIAT!*
SHIPMENT AT THE LOWEST BATES, BY|
JOHN B. FULLEE,
No. 8 Dev~street
October SO tnwfly
R. B. ODER, New York.
R. F. OBER, JOSEPH S. NANSON, St. Louis.
A. a. OBBL, 7. D. AT WATHE, New-Orletn?
OBER, NANSON ? CO., .
No. 68 BROAD-STREET, NEW YOBK.
NANSON, OBU k Oo., St Louis.
Omm, ATWATKB A Co., New Orleans. -
T IBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGN
J_ MENTS OF COTTON to o.x honflas either in New
fon? New Orleans, or St. Louis, ox I ion? friends li*
X_o?kc stu-lyr''''- Ootobojt
OTI . -?
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N. Y^rk Advertisements,
HENKY k JOHN PAKET, W.
NO. 55 CU AM?K.ltS-S'l'H KI--.T. NEW YORK.
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF
LARGE STOCK ADAPTED TO BOUT^ER^
TRADE. fimo January 16
BOGERT & EVANS,
PAPER DEALERS AND MANUFACTURER
NOB. 28 PLATT AND 20 AND 22 ?OLD-ST8., N. Y.
PAPER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, SIZE OR QUA
PTY constantly on hand, or made to order. A'J
Hindern, Trunk and Straw Boards. ly October V
JOSEPH UILLOTT'S STEEL PENS,
Or THE OLD STANDABD QUALITY.
TRADE MARK: \ GILLOTT
Or Descriptivo Name, and Designating Number.
EOOND SERIES.-From No. 700 to 761.
Tnir.it Mini' fJoHEPH Gini/wr, 1 With doalgnattn
inADE MAM. i w*nnAKTsU). J Number.
For salo by
Hnrnr OWEN, JOSEPH GILLOTT k 80NS,
Sole AgonL No. 01 John-street, N. Y,
September 26 _lyr
MANUFACTURER'S HARDWARE II ULM
HORACE W. LOVE & CO.,
No. '40 ClIfT-Street, New York.
ORDERS FOR ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE prom??
Cotton and other Southern prodncts reoelved on so?
gnment, or In payment. lyr_September to
DICKERSON, REED & CO.
isiponTzns or AND DX.VI.BJM DI
TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, COPPER, WIRE, ZIN>
all other articles for tinners use.
No. 29 and 81 OLIFF-BT., oor. FULTON,
September 25_lyr_New York.
WM. A. HINMAN,
MANUFACTURE!!. Oi PtRFUMERY, OONOEr?.
TRATED FRUIT ESSENCES for Druggists' ant
Confectioners' use, No. 20 Platt-stroet, corner of Gold
New York. Fancy Boxes and Baskets for holiday pra
i nts, Sach?is, Handkerchief Extraols, Pomades, Vint
a r Rouge, Toilet Powders, Hair Oils, OU Musk, 01
Olvot, Grain Mnsk in o un co caddies, Oil Apple, Oi
Banana, Bntyrle Ether.
Fine Handkerchief Extracts in bulk to suit purchaser?
A completo Catalogue will be forwarded by maU on ap
First Premium Steam Saw-Mills.
THE FIRST PRIZE,
THE GOLD MEDAL,
. Was awarded to the
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS
37 the American Institute, at their Fair, In October, IBS?
for the best
AND STEAM ENGINE
ORDERS FOB THESE, GANG SAW-MILLS, ?UGAi
Mills, General Machinery, Iron and Brass Casting?
forglngs, Railroad Cars, Ac, ko., promptly filled. Ad
irais GEO. M. CLAPP, Treasurer,
Newburgh, N. Y., oi
L. 0. WARD, Agent,
No. 68 Liberty-st, (Boom No. 8), N. Y.
December 12 lyr
TODD & RAFFERTY,
ENGINEERS & FOUNDERS,
omeo anil Work?, Paterson, New Jersey.
WAREHOUSE, NO. 4 DEY-8TREBT. N. Y.
MANUFACTURERS OF STATIONARY AND PORT
ABLE STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS; Flax.
lemp, Tow, Oakum, and Rope Machinery; Shafting
dill Gearing, Iron and Brass Castings of all kinds;
?thoa. Planing Mach?n OB. Drills; Shaping, Slotting and
oriug Machines; Gear Cutters, Centering, Muling and
olt-Outting Machines; Chucks of ail kinds, Leather
nd Rubber Bolting, Lace Leather, Bolt Hooks, and
leneral Supplies for Railroad and other Machine Shops
ndson A Snow's Patent Governors. Saw Mills, Oottor
lins, Presses, &c, ?xmstantly on hand.
TODD k RAFFERTY,
March 30_ly_No. 4 Dey-Btreet, N. Y.
H?FP?ETY & MCHUGH,
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealer?
WHOLKSALK AND RETAIL,
No. 69 FULTON-STREET, NEW YOEE.
SHELDON, HOYT k CO.,
No. 4? OHAMBEBS-ST. ANB No. 21 READB-BT.
?MPORTERa AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FOB
EKJN and DOMESTIC HARDWARE, Cutlery, Gun?
Pistols and Gun Trimmings. 10,000 dosen Hoes
"Brade's" Crown and Patent Scovil*- El well's and Amor
oan manufacture-Collin*' Axes, Whittemore's Oottoj
Cards, ko., ?ko., at lowest market rates.
January 8 Amt
DAVEGA, YOUNG k Mo KENZ1E
LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE,
Nos. 39 and 40 Park Row.
ISAAC DAVEGA, )
GEORGE B. YOUNO, 1 NEW YOBS.
GERARD L. MoKENZIE,)
HAVING SUCCEEDED TO THF TO REIGN OOLLEC
TION BUSINESS of Messt J. BIRNEY, PBHS
TIBS k FLANDERH. we wiR attend to the ooUsctlon o
past due and maturing claims throughout the Unit*?'
atea a= 3 Canada.
COMMISSIONERS FOB ALL THE STATE A
M?ABVIN'S NEW PATENT
ALUM AND DRY PLASTKK
HUB AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
MERCHANTS' SAFES, BANKERS' STEEL BURG.
LAR PROOF AND SPECIE CHESTS, Plate and
ewelry Safes for Dwelling Houses, of Ornamented
Patterns, with Marble tops.
Our Bafea possess the following advantages :
They oomblno the two moat Are-proof substance?
They ara perfectly dry, and do not oorrode the Iron.
They do not lose their fire-proof qualities by age.
Out Looks are superior to any others in use.
MARVIN St 00.
No. 265 Broadway, New York?
No. 721 Ohestnut*treet, PMiatleipnia.
Agents-WM. M. BIRD A CO.% No, 203 East Baj
?jharlestoh lyr bp in
PAPER, ENVELOPE AND STATIONERY
TRADE OF THE rOTJTH.
MESSRS. CUTTER, TOWER k cO. WOULD BE.
spectfnlly offer their stock oni as favorable terms
as can be found in the City of New York, such as Flat
Oap, Billed Papers of all kinds, Cap, Letter, Octavo, Brit.
lah. Bath, ?ko. Envelopes of all kinds. In quantities from
1000 to 1,000,000. Manufacturers of Lead PenoUs of al]
kinds. Patent Rubber-head Lead Pencils, and Steel
Pens of all kinds. We siso will stamp tun name of say
party on Lead PenoUs or Steel Pens where much Is or*
aerad. Our Barometer Inkstands, which we take pie?.
ure in offering to the trade. We keep a largs stock of
Albums and Diaries for IBM. A List of Prioea will bs
?ant to any party desiring one.
CUTTER, TOWER A OO.,
Corner of Nassau and Beekman-steeta
Whitlock Building, New York.
Ootooer ah lyr No. 89 Devenshlre-irtreet, Boston
ANUOOD ANJD VOM VIGOR UP YOU??
restored In four weeks, by Dr. BIOOBD'S H
SENOS OF LIFE. Dr. Rlcord (of Paris), after years ?
earnest solicitation, has at length acceded to the earner
requests of the American publlo, and appointed an Ages
in New York for the aale of his valned and hlghly-prm**
Bssenoe of Life. This wonderful agent will reston
manhood to the most shattered constitutions, whethw
arising from excesses, the effects of climate, or naturi
causes. The time required to ours the most invetera??
oaae is four weeks; and li used according to printed In
structions, which are very simple, failure la Impotslbl?.
This life-restoring remedy should be taken by all abo?
to marry, as Its erfeot are permanent It Is acknowledges
by the medical press to "be the greatest discovery ?ra?
made. Its developing powers are miraculous. Buooeti
In every case Is as oertaln as that science overthrows Ig
noranoe. Dr. Ricord'a Essence of Life la sold is
oases, with full Instructions for use, a* l8, or tour qua?
titifd in one for 10. and will be sent to any part, oareluB)
packed, on receipt of remittance to b.U accredited agsat
.? ask ?aO. ?U iilns?Tur^.ws?.i?A?aBi Msim
N, York Advertisements
KRAUSHAAR &. CO.
THE MOKT IMPnOVED
GRAND AND SQUARE
Full IroB Frame and Overstrung Bass,
MANUFACTORY AND WAREHOUSE
Ho. IO West IlouHtoit-strcct. No. It
NEAR BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
THE UNDERSIGNED, MEMDERS OF THF FIRM OF
KRAUBHAiYR k CO., ore practica 1 Piano niakors,
ml sa such bave bad a large experience in connoctlor
with some o, th beat Establish-eats In tilla cour.trj
nd Europe TI eir ? IBUOB aro made not merely foi
hem, but 11 tin _, ai d under their Immediate poraonai
upervlslon, : i II :hoy allow no inatrumonts to loavothob
aotory and i ass Into tbo banda of their patrons, unleat
boy bavo a powor, evenness, firmness and roundness oi
one, an elasticity of touch-without which no lustro
aient ought to bo satisfactory to tho public-as woU a
hat durability In construction, which enables It to re
main In tune and to withstand sudden changes of tem
joraturo and oxpoauro to extremo boat and cold, wlilc!
re sometimes unavoidable.
They wiU at all timen bo happy to soo the profeaalot
tnd the public at their Warerooma, and invito comparl
on between their own Pianos and those oi any othe:
ANTON KRAUSHAAR.TOBIAS HAMM
NOLEN & STEEBS,
. arl Street and Second Avenue, New York,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
IN AX* munn or
LUMBER, MANUFACTURERS OF MOULDINGS.
SASH DOORS, BLINDS, AND BOX 8HOOK8.
Turning lu all ita branoheB. Roots containing Pattern!
of Mouldings sent on applies*!??,
December 37 lyr
NE ?V TORR.
MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD STONES, MANTLES
Our MONUMENTAL WORK, in design or finish, it
anBurpassed In this country. Orders through Mall w11'
recelvo the same attention as when given In person
Drawings and estimates on application.
Address letters to "PJ?THAN k CO.,
May 4 3mo No. 109 Mercer street, N. Y.
8ABT?TO DEXTER le CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOR THE BALI
COTTON, No. 116 PEARL-STREET, New York-/
sr to N allouai American Exchange Bank; NO/
VRANKLFN-STREET, Boston-Refer to National is.
if Commerce, National Revore Bank.
Having ample means for advances, a busl/eii
juaint-loo of twenty-five years with Eastern ?pinna
-d confining themselves strictly to a Commission Bo
ness without operating on their own account, reap?
uUy solicit consignments.
3. L. ABBOTT k CO., Agents In MobUa
O. E. DEXTEB, Agenten Columbus, Ga
October 38 lyr
A . W. PAYNE,
?MOU SH HARDWARE:,
CHAINS, ANVILS, VICES, HORSE NAILS,
Noa. 85 svnd d7 John-street,
CORNER OF GOLD-STREET, NEW YORK.
A full Stock of ENGLISH SHELF HARDWARE alwt
on baud. 0mOB January li
DERR1CK80II - BARTLETT,
APEE AND RA? DEALERS
No. IO Beelunan-strsat, N. Y.
JBINTING, WRITING, WRAPPING AND COLORE
_ Papers, Straw and Binders' Boards, Tarred Roofln
Paper, Paper Manufacturers' Supplies, and nil kinds i
Paper-mill Machinery. Paper ef every description mad?
to order. Rags taken in exchange for Paper. Orders bj
mall promptly attended ta lyr October _>
[N THE YOUWU AND RISING GENERATION, TH?
vegetativo powers of Ufe are strong, but in a fes
fears how often the pallid hue, the lack-lustre eye anc
emaciated form, and the impossibility of application t<
mental effort, snow its baneful influence. It Boon be
ornes evident to the observer that some depressing In
uenoo Is checking the development of the body. Con
umpllon is talked of, and perhaps the youth is removes
o m the school and sent Into the country. This is OTU
of the worst movements. Bemoved from ordinary di
erslons of the over-changing scenes of the oity, the
0 wera of the body too much enfeebled to give seat te
i althftil and rural exercise, thoughts are turned in
ward upon themselves.
If the patient be a female, the approach of tbe mensei
tlooked for with anxiety, as th? first aympt" j in whlot
Nature Is to show her saving power In d. ..ving tbe clr
nlatlon, and visiting the chcok with the b:. oin of health
Alas! increase of appetite has i/r^.u by ?hat It fed on
nd the energies of tho syste i are prostrated, and tb?
whole economy Is deranged. Tho beautiful and wonder
ul period in which body and mind undergo so fasoinat
ng a change from t-lld to woman, la looked for In vain
he parent's heart bleeds In anxiety, and fancies th?
rave but walting for its victim.
H-LMBOLD'S EXTRACT BTJOHU,
For Weakness anting from Bxcettct or Early Inditort
Attended with the following symptoms :
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power, Loss o
Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, General Weaknesi
Horror of Disease, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Dread
Horror of Death, Night Sweats, Cold Feet, Wakefuln es a
Dimness of Vision, Languor, Universal Lass trade of tb?
Muscular 8yBtem, Often Enormous Appetite with Dy
.poptlo Symptoms, Hot Hands, Flushing of the Body
Drjness of the Skin, Pallid Oountenanoo and Eruption?
on ?.ho Face, Pain lu the Back, Heaviness of the Eyeilda
Frequently Black Spots flying before the Eyes, witt
Temporary Suffusion and Loss of Sight, Want of Atten
1 on, Great Mobility, Restlessness, with Horror of Ho
tety. Nothing is more desirable to snob patients that
o Ii rude, and nothing they more dread for Fear of Them
elves, no Repose of Manner, no Earnestness, no Spoon
a ti on, but a hurried transition from one question u
These symptoms, if allowed to go on-which this Me
dlolne Invariably removes-soon follow Lou of Power
Fatuity and Epileptic Fit*, in one of whlob the patten
During tbo superintendonoe of Dr. Wilson, at th?
Bloomlngdale Asylum, this sad rea nil ooourMrl to twi
patiently, reason bad for a time lort6 him, anflb i theil i c
of epilepsy. They were of both ?em*,a ndak MI it went?
years of age.
Who can say that these exe e-fir ?no) |o>ntl
Ollowed by those direful disease- atoaityax "J massy
ont The tocon'h of the Insane Asylum*, and the me)
noholy deaths by Consumption, bear ample witness u
he irutb ol th ess assertions. In Lunatlo Asylums tb i
most lui.lan_oly exhibition appears. The oountenanot
. actually sodden and quit? destitute-neither mirth oi
ne ever visits It, Should a sound of tho volco occur
is rarely articulate.
" With woeful measures wan Despair
Low sullen sounds his grief beguiled.*
Whilst we regret the existence of the above disease
and symptoms, wo are prepared to offer an luvaluabl
gift of chemistry for the removal of the consequences
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