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WEDNESDAY MORN INO, NOVEMBER 14, IBGfi.
OlKVtO OUT IN LONDON.
The following to from tbo graceful pen of Mr.
THOM vi linones, ?iu> ia writing lotto? from Lou
don lotto Kow Yo* Trlbumttt
No\l week 4lio- Michaelmas tow tern bogil?, tbo
,,.," :"rtatiou liiuillv CIOHO.-*, and coinmorcinl and
.??&J??Eai London aotUea down to tho regular
mill Tor Hie ?ox! "i,K' months. All ollicial poraou
ioU ino eel back to thoir departments, mid only
ffio Parliamentary nutl fashionable worlds arc
Absent" T?I?M ii-l?io timo for Americans to enjoy
London if Un-? would only boliovo it, and coora
Htnml occasional (or shall I say frequent ) fogs.
Hut 1'iev will como boro only when Parliament IH
Bi'tiiiir ' nnd thou grumble, naturally enough, I
own nt ii?" OXhauotin? dreariness of socioty, if
thov "it into tim whirl of it, or at ita coldnoss and
oxelnslronoaa, if they don't. Toward tbo omi of lant
session 1 heard a very fascinating countrywoman
of'vours who had been going tho round of all tho
creal parties in Loudon, complaining to an English
lady flint almost oil hor English acquontoncoB
seemed to look upon aocioty as a businona, and to bo
only anxious to got through with parties uistoad of
onjbviug thom. Of conrso they do, sir, and how
can Von wondor at it ? Just conBidor tho facts of
the caso for a moment. Hore, in this littlo island,
about tbo sizo of ouo of your avorago States, a
popula Mou is conc?n tratod not far from equal to
that of tbo Union. Tho contre of this bivo is Lon
don, increasing at a new-world rate year by year,
and as largo alroady aB Now York, Philadelphia,
Boston ami Cbioago all run into one (unless I havo
forgotten m> figures). Tbo number of rich pooplo
bun" withir Jour milos of Charing Cross is at all
times almost inconceivable-unhappy rich pooplo,
I mean, who aro known to givo dinnors and go out.
Even in this comfortable, jog-trot, quiet time of
voar. you might dino out every night if you did not
carofuilv guard yourself ugainBt tho commence
mont of hostilitioa in any new quarter. Imagine,
thcroforc, what it is from January to August,
when all tho great folk of tho country are thrown
into the alroady bewildering cauldron.
Every one of the dinner-giving pcoplo is more or
lose anxious to entertain and bo ontortained by
thoso who aro on tho round of the ladder just above
thom. Professional men, and merchants, and men
of moderato fortunes, desire to visit Knights and
BarouotH, or to learn from ocular inspection how
M r.'s sustain tho flesh. M. P.'a and Knights
and Baronda don t s o why tboy shouldn't bo
asked to the houses of tbo Cabinet, and those of
such Earls and other potontatos SB como f'ora
their own county, and aro known to thom at quar
ter sessions. The potentates themselves, with the
exception of tbo dozen or two whoso position is
absolutely secuto, are just as koon and joalous
about invit?tioun to Marlborough IIou80, or any
roval l'estiv.ty, provided it bo exclusivo. Iii
short, there ' is a porpotual upward pressure
in poeietv, and, as tho sizo of mortal rooms
is after nil, limited, thoso who aro pressing
up aro compelled bv tho laws of aolf-pros rva
tion to koop a keen look-out, lost thoir own visit
iug book? should got inconveniently crowded. But
watch as keonlv as they may, it is impossiblo to
prevent the natural accretions as years ?o on. A
certain number of new names will and must get
into the dinner lodger, year by year, and thus it
becomes a regular debtor and creditor account
with thoso who once get into tho shafts. Ro many
feeding debts to bo paid within a certain limited
number of wcoks. Mend out your invitations in
tbo sincero hope that previous ongagoinouta may
prevent tho acceptance of half of thom, so that
you may got more names ticked ofTyour list, moro
ilobts paid. Crowd in l8 wheu tboro is comforta
blo room for 12 onlv, and tbon, having socurcd
yuin' victims sond for tho French cook and tbo
waiters ; do tho regulation business, and thank
Heaven when it is ovor, and you havo euch rest as
car: bo got at similar entertainments at
other people's housos till noxt week. Then, in
tho scasin when pooplo get to dinner, thero
is no comfort or reposo, such as should accom
pany , aud follow good food to be found tboro.
London dinners no\ cr begin before 8 o'olock now,
and last at least two hours, KO that by the timo you
got up to tho drawing-room thero aro tho carriages
at tho door full of girls who want to got on to balls
and drums. It you havo no girls and no carriages
ton to ono your hoBt and hoatoso want to bo off
themselves to evoning parties, which must not bo
altogether neglected. Such, at least, is tho re
ceived theory, so far as I can judge in tho going
out world. I havo hoard it ovor and ovor again as
serted, in defouco of tho tearing about from one
houso to another in the middle of tho night, and
just showing yourself to tho hostess, that society
is like a practice at tho bar, you must tako it
all if you want to succeed, and if you once
Ect ti\o reputation of not showing you will
o noon dropped out. So much the bottor
for you, you will f,ay: I agree. But I am
only showing what tho society ia in which Ameri
cans with good introductions And themselves.
Tboy ha\o nouo ol'the troublo of it, no debtor
and creditor booka to koop, and can't, therefore,
ofton, for tho lifo of thom, make oat why tho vic
tims can't enjoy tho business as much a ii they do.
Excopt in raro cases, I vory much doubt whether
ono person iu a hundred doos enjoy it after thirty.
Two high church fashionable girls aro said to have
been speculating before their mother on tho jovs
of being able "to do everything" in tho next world
without fatigue, when tho matron inteiruplod with
a sigh, "Woll, girls, if Heaven ian't dull it will be
no Heaven to ino.'' Of course, thero aro yot left a
number of aon.iiblo pooplo who love quiet and thoir
own homos, and don't want to know any ono moro
fashionablo than themselves, but with thoso we
nood not concern oursolvcB; and ovon tboy, nccos
earily In this world in a nutshell, have moro ac
quaintances and moro calls than tboy would caro
to havo in the .season on the powers of entertain
ing and assisting at enterlainmonts.
Prouts of Literature In diglund.
A London letter in tho Chicago Tribune main
tains (hat this is the golden ago of literary men
as regards the prosperity of thoir privato circum
011000?, a:ul goes into details as follows :
As Charles Dioke is himself mado known tho di?
pulo with his wifo, thero ia no barm in alludiug to
it, or in concluding from the fact that ho allows hor
JC??O a year, and that ho koopa up both a town and
count r> !?4>IIHO on a scale of considerable oxponse,
that Ins inc?alo ia not loas than ?3000 or ?4000 a
year, probably yet moro. His periodical All the
Year Mound produces bim nearly half that sum,
ami bia "llo;idinga" in public oro worth ?.rr00 a
year. Mr. Dickons ?u gouorooi and sympathetic
always r ruly vilh his purse in a good cause, and
also willi his iiifluoiice. Mr. Trollopo has a good
Income iu a government oflico. to begin with. He
keeps h:s hunton, and is splendidly mounted at
the sport. Ho usually has a houso fnu of company,
though ho work? as Lihid aa any man I know, lio
ism no danger of want, even though tho Ameri
can Congictjs adheres to its unfau- and suicidal
Kingaloy'a professorship at Cambridgo, though
itapnoar* t>> h-.ivo taken cvory drop of manli..oss
out of hin. hat at least supplied lum with a coin
potent menn.) and addod considerably to tho moans
which ma chinch living already suppliod. Of
friend 1 upper, what shall bo Baid? Ho is im
mensely proud of tho popularity of his works in
Amorica. ami iuvariabl. recurs lo it hi talking of
thei contemptuous troatment ho moots with from
critics alborno, and, on a boautiful catato in Sur
roy, thanks his : tar.i that if tbo censors aro against
him, beinn throat a hundred editions in thoir
races. Alfred Tennyson, had ho no pension, would
Billi bo a rich min. Tho author of "Ton Thou
sand a \car" ruminates in tho opulence of a highly
paid jiiihcul oflico, for which bo baa only party
recommendations. Miss Evans has but to bit up
her ?ngia- mid half tbo publlBhors of London
W0UKI run to her a:id bid a propostoroua figuro for
hor literary favors, of tho roll done authors, the
McLcoda and Outhiioa, and Spur eons, I can
oniy say mat ?bein is the most prosperous calliug
of any, o pulling ovon Mr. Boucicaulfs pay for
now dramas winch is a bold statomont to ranko.
In a word, tho pJOr author, who is at tho samo
timo dpMrving, on hardly bo said to oxist in Eng
land at tho pro<ou tuno.
*??? "J T' r*?P<wl?voly sir and throo feet in
thioknoaa, havo huon struck noar Lcavonwortb, at
& distance ut ahmt six hundred feet bonoath tho
Burfaco. Tho Lpavouworth Conaorvativo thinks
the supply wdl bo aufllciont for tho entire Btato of
- Tho Virgin a Alloghanios aro swarming with
game. A party Irom Albomarlo, who entered the
mountains from Staunton, killed twonty-one dcor
uiflvodays. One uuck woighed two hundrod and
Tho Harriot Lano baa boen turned over to the
Government by the person who bought hor after
hor oapture by tho Confodorales, and nandoffloors
havo boon sent to take charge of hor. She now
Uee al Havana. ?
- - -'
THE IN0ER30LL PRE88 STANDS UNIU?
VALLED FOB CONVENIENCE, ECONO
MY, CHEAPNESS, AND RA
PIDITY OP WORK.
IT GAN BE WORKED WITH TWO OR FOUR HANDS,
AND WILL TURN OUT FROM TWENTY TO
THIRTY BALfcS, OF FIVE HUNDRED POUNDS
EACH, PER DAY.
The Presa can bo workod either alongside or under
tbo Ginning Room, and thus be nnder cover and worked
In all kinds of weathor. It weighs two thousand pounds;
can be very readily broken apart and carried ?boat the
On exhibition and for sale at
LITTLE & MARSHALL'S
Agricultural Warehouse and Seed Store,
INTO, l-io _vtH!i_a?i_sica-s_c,_,
CU/VKL-KISTON, S. C.
AnguBt 20 _mwfSmos
For the Handkerchief.
A T_b3i Exquisite, Delicate, r.nd Fra
grant Porfume, Distilled from the Raro
and 3ca*ilii-il Flower from which it
takes its narno.
Munuftu*U:r<*rl only iir -^.JAILON ?t SON,
BMW- fF flWEBFE?'.'S.
Ai? FOR "" M?0N'8-TAKE NO OTHES.
fci .ii br ?mm >m*n renemlU*.
PUMPS! PUMPS! PUMPS!
Steam, Force, Snction anil Lining Pnim
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION :
i DTK A ST ANO GAS P I F K B,
Pipe aud simm Fittings,
A-D _v_nv DEiCBirnoB or
Plumbers', Gas and Steam Fitters
TOR HALE AT T.HB DOWkHT BATE?,
Mo. K IIKV-STIIKKT. ?-K.VV VIIRK
?wnnhar 111 mW y
OLIVER & CO.,
No. 45 Liberty Street, New York City.
LEATRKR AND R?B_?R IJELTINO, PACKING,
II HE, M-VOai.?.lUtY, AH J ilANDFAOJ?RKR'a
Oak Tunned l.nathor Dultlng. Vnlr.niz'-d Rnbbor Bait
ing, l'aient Hilt'.ihi) I itnbber Belting, i*iit?-iit Gombiua
? lou Uni ti iii.' Vitlcaul.ed Rubber HOB?. Lnatber HOBO
(tri millie Ho??, lloiup ?nil Oolton Hwn 1-n.it ti-r and
Hahher Hr-orion linne, LAOO Leather, Hiller Cover
Leattnr. M iviril Qnblior I'.ck in?, durn l?a. li Inn. Pare
Uubbor Packli.g, Cottril Packing, O ?tt >n Waste. Bob
bin? mid ?h ttli H, H OTOO Pump*, Fan blower*, Turiilne
Watt-r \Vh??filn. Baw -Ula, *>l?*ui Engines, and Slanufac
turer II Supplies, In general.
An,:u?t *-9 tutba Um OB
ELDER & BROWN,
M?N?KAOTDR'Il8 AND PATENT
EE- of the orlebratod COMBIN \TU?N
CRADLE AND it HY TENI KO, l'io
.?ring Horse?, and all kinds of Kock
In? noreen. Invalid IMMlra, with doublo
and Binnie vvh.-cla. from $?16 to titi;
i.lil ilreti'a c?r lag?'. Fancy and Varnished ?Valona,
Kiiii'-y Hulkiea, Invalid Carriage*, made t" uni r Fancy
i'rr.ptlurii uid i aby Hookora, KO., Ac, llfe-atio llnraes,
made to order.
l on.it. Nu 6 - BROADWAY. Mannfa. tory, NOB. 449,
4Sfi. 4SI and 4f.2 WEST 8TR-E I", N-w Vork.
October is Ili3mlyr
ANDREW A BOYD,
t-UlcOieaor to P. B. ANDEU80N),
.hip Br?md. Biscuit a- c1 Craok^r Bakery
AT THE OLD STAND OF U. P. WARD,
No a 19 Kuiton-^trt-e?.
(Third door above. Oroonwloh), WKW Y' ?.? Ka
October 4 _ih?tn??mo
J. F. ?ROWIVE & CO.,
RARP MAWUFA0TTJI*?EIi8. HAVE R?MOVED
ti,air Warerooma to N ?> 581 B OADWiV, New
?ork. opposite MtttropoHUn Rotel. Hrlnge. Mnsto, and
avery . .uutattp tor the Harp. FatahlUbe- Dnnrlon. 1810:
Nnw York. IHI1. ?tiithfmo O??toh??>? ft
MaTaWrXta BOOKS.-RASSINrS 30 MELOD_0
I XEHOISbH. in form of -O1I>KK?0-, for boprano and
Mi uo-boprano v. ileus. Int. -uded u ?tudie a to acquire
the art of Uli ging, by OAltL?) HAHrtlNI, 2 Booka, each
PIA"* O F UlTM O ALI?) HKWIOH. a collection of Ex?*.
eJUiaa fir .trengthenlng. cqnaililng and acq ibltg flexl
bllity ?f flngeri. g iiy VitANOIfl H. ' ?Ri?*YN. hooni
u.o* ded by GOTT?C____. D-HKTMI and other?. Price
AU the latsat and b**?t publication? of Uf-TBUlfSN?
TAL AND V OOAJ, -ID8I0 published b>
WM. HALL Al N<m,
Mo C4* UroaAwnj. ?'em Tttk.
-Qu'a ?eat ?*>? .aa?11 f*OBtpald dureoel^io* ?traed
?ri-6. awlnso J? ob?
BOOR BINDING, PRINTING
OF ANY SIZE, STYLE OR KIND RULED IO ORDER,
?AND MADE TO ANY PATIERN.
LEITER, HOTE AHD CAP PAPERS.
BAKERS' BREAD BOOKS.
OF ALL QUALITIES AND 8TYLE8.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AND AT PRICES TO
SUIT THE TIMES, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
LEGAL, CAP AND LAW
AND EVEI1Y DESCRIPTION OF
EXECUTED AT 8H RT NOTICE.
59 Broad ?Street.
CUAULESTOV, S. C.
SIMILI i SI .11 IM mi S nil. AN TU K.
IIOSIOOPATHIC slM.t li- it s
HAVE PBOVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLE EXPE
RIENCE, t-.n_nttrosucc.BB- Slmiile-prompt-Elfi
lient and Reliable. Thoy are the only medidnos per
(ectly adapted to popular UBO-BO simulo that mista?'c?
sannot be m?keln ti.lng thom; BO narmlo-s os to bt
tree from danger, and BO efficient aa to be alwaya relia
aie. They havo ralbert the hlghost commond-tlon fron.
ill. and will always render satisfaction.
Mo. 1, caros Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations.. 21
" . 91,
Worm? Worm-Fovor, Worm-Colo
Crying Colic, or Teething of In
DI an-h oc (i of Children or Adulta....
Dyt-eiitery, Orrplug, Hillturn Collo...
Cliul?- a Morbnu, Nausea, Vomit
Cough?, Colds, Brnnchitis.
Niurnlpltt, Toothache, Faceacho..
IlindiirlH?, Hick Hi-dache, Vertigo.,
Dy?pep?.ia, unions Ktomach..
Whiten, too profnw> periods. 9?
i j? ..?."_???!, or l'.infu! Periods..
Croup, Cough, Dll-onlt Breathing.. ?I,
Soil lOuuui, Er H pi'ds, Eruptions. 2f
RhfDi?.t'.!?-i, Kh.-lunatic I'ulu.v.. 21
Fever uiul Ague, Chill -ever,
PI lea, minti or Ulcoding. 6?
(Ipilinliny, and Boro u. Woak Eyes. 6i
Cain." li. Acute or Chronic, Influ
Whooping t'ougli.Vfolont Coughs IM
Axilium, Oppr._B-d Breathing.. S<
Ki?r IHst-liiti-g.H, lmp-trtd Hear.
Scrofula, Enlarged O land?, Swell
General DobllHy, Physical Wuakness ot
Drop-ay and Scanty Hocretloii?. M
6ea Slcknras, Sickness from Rid
Kidney I>l??-n.so, Ora-nl. 64
NiivuiiN Debility, Seminal Enils
NiriiiH, I ii vi.i u r t_ry Isooarges.1.0*
Sore .Mouth. Can nor. fit
Urinary Incontinence, Wetting
Pulu in' Periods, oven with
Upan" I. fil
ISUITIT.,.*;M at Change of L?o.1.0t
Killie p*jr, epoauia, St. Vltus' Oanctvl.'H
Dlpilieilu. Ulcerated Sore Troat.... SO
IS vtali, morocco case ?nd hook.% 10.0t
KI large vial?, in morocco, and book. fl.U
til largo ?rials, pliin ou>e. and book. 6.(
IS boiea (>u_. 1 lu IS), and ti. ok. 8.1H
itaho.any cases, lb vl.ls.$11).IH
?lnglo via s, ?vi ti direotiotiB. 1.0?
*3fThvan remullen, by the oaee or singlo box, ar?
tent to aby pare of tho country, by Mall or Express, ire
.f charge, on roorlpt of tho trice Address
HOMOOfATUIO MKUiOINE COMPANY,
OflU-r and Dr?|.ot No. 609 Broadway, New York.
Dr. HOUFUIUKTH la consulted dally at his office, par
?oually or by lutter, as above, for alt f.irma of dltviaso.
KING & CiVSSIDEY,
?.V. A. HI.I11VI-.
A. AT. Will KI? St CO.. Ilntull Agr-ntn,
No. 231 KINO-STREET, 4th door above Market-st
April Itt luu-filiiK? Guio Ulisrl- atim, 8. O
LADIES OKSmiNfi - SMOOTH, CLEA?.
f "^SKV^ *?$*?-*, ??>x
THIS DELIOin KOL
BAS HO EQUAL FOB PBEflKltVINQ ArlD BEAD J
'TWO THE OOMPLBIION AND SKIN.
Hold by Drngguui every wber*.
Depot No. 74 Fulton-str-ev New York.
KINO ft C?SBIDEY. Airenta
E. M. W HITIJSTO,
OOBONSB AND MAG?STRA'A E,
_T-\PH_l_0?.ir ?ff" "I"*?** ?MOM CKAtMSHC
rL 81 ??al. rj T*. te OHO tuj't di -__i, ..a _oo*
lort-o i Brotfi ?trsM? Aa.n . ?t
N. York Advertisement*
THE ESTEY ORGAK,
F OK onuitonEB, BONDAY-SOHOOLS, AND PA U
LOKH, witta new and valunblo lmproTomonts, giv.
m? extraordinary compasa, variety, and a swootnrss ol
tone. Tb? crownlim porfoution in tho VOX HUMANA
ATTACHMENT, . woiitlurlul Imitation oftlio eympa
ttaollc hwcoltic>n of tho h'lmiu vleo. They aro strin gl\
Inrtoriod by OKOHOB W. M ?ROA?, WILLIAM A".
KINO, anil othorH-tin? hlgliokt inuxiesl authority in tbf
Uult?o Htatca. Perfect eattofactiou cuar.iutecd.
PIA SOS of all (?rades and styles furnlihod at low ci
GEO. G. SAXE & CO.,
NO. 417 BBOOV! STREET, NEW YORK.
Au;.nut 1U (munnin
Manufacturer of and Dealor in ovcry description of
INDIA RUBBEtt GOODS,
WHOLESALE &. RETAIL,
N0. 27 MAIDEN LAVE,
October 13 fmw 3mos
Or female Itegulaior,
Cure Suppretied, Excettice and
Pntnfttl Menstruation, Oreen
Sickness, Nervous and Spinal Af
fection*, I'alns in the Bael; SIOK
/leadache, Giddiness, and all dis
eases that spring from Irre
by removing tlio causo and all the
effects that nrlso from it. They
nro pcrioctly eafo In all casos, ex
cept when forbidden try direo
tions, and aro cosy to administer,
ts tbey are nicely tugar coated.
Thoy should bo In tim banda of
every Malden, Wife, and Mother
in Um land.
Ladies can address us In perfect
confidence, and stnto their com
plaints In full, as wo treat all Femalo Complaints,
nnil preparo Medicines saltablo for all diseases to
which they nro subject-Thirty-two pago pamphlet,
In a 6u:ih*il envolopo. troo.
The Cherokee rills nro sold by all druggists at $1
per box, or six boxes for $5 ; or thoy aro sent by
imiil, freo of p.iM.ige, In an ordinary letter, freo
from observation, by addressing tho solo proprietor,
Dr. W. E. MURWIN, 37 Walkor St., N. Y.
K. B.-Cherokco Pille No. 5 are prepared for
tpselal enteif, when mildor medicines fall ; theso
aro ;;ent by mail, freo of postage, on receipt of $5,
the pri?e of euch box.
Or. Essence or lAfe.
_____tot??___f Cures General Debility, Weak
*^r'--/ net?, llytteric* in Females,
_V"? Palpitation of the Heart and
jf-?$> titi A'ervou* Di*eatee. It rc
tt___rl stnres now Ufo and vigor to the
'-~ aceil, cnuMog tho hut blood of
At the Ph?nix riies yOUtj, to course the veins, res
JT SRSSSl tun [?Jag the Organ* of Genera
uno life"-ro dr/r?'""'. removing Im pot.'in-y anti
this Elixir rejnren Debility, restoring Mantinea*
ate the tyrtetn and and full rigor, thus proving a
overcome disease. perfect "Elixir of /size" ro
movlng Sterility and Bnrrcnncss In both sexes. To
tho young, mliliile-ngcil, and ngeil, thero Is no greater
hoon than tilla .' Kllxlr of Life." It give? a now
lenso of life, causing the weak and debilitated to
have rcnoweil an ngth and vigor, and tho entire
nwtMH to thrill with joy and pleasure.
' I'I ice, olio bottle %'l ; tinco bottles |5 ; sont hy
cspross to nny address.
Oar medicines nro sold and recommended hy all
rcsncctablo druggists in cve/y part of the civilized
plono ; eomo unprincipled deaiore, howevar, try to
deculvo their customer? by selling cheap and worth
less compounds In ordor to tnako money. Bo not
deceived-ask for these medicines ind tako ' no
otlu-ra. If tho druggist does net keep them, write
to us. and wo will send thom by express, cnrcfully
packed, free fr?tn observation. We will be pleased
to reeelvo letter? with Kill statements In regard to "
r.nv di sea? o with whl?h ladies or gentlemen aro
afflicted Address all lottere for medicines, l'umpli
lets, or advice, to tho tolo proprietor, A
Dr W. E. MERWIN, 37 Walker St., N. Y,
May 2fi_ _ taw ly
V. W B KINK ERHOFF.
N0, l8 BEEKMAN STREET, NEW YORK
utiior OTunxaii or
FINE SCALES, SPtCHLLY FOB DROOGISTS
Chemists', Orocors' and Confectloners'a use.
Also o? H?IUOIUAL N-fHUMENTS. MEDIOIN1
i.'HKSTH SADDLE BAOS. PILL. MA(!UIMKH. Ac, Ac
And I i porter of Brualics, C'uubs. Porfumorj, Ess Oils
extracta, Fino Hnapn, J. Anton Farina Cologne Chamois
Plslster-skuir and Whtto Splits, Hllk Elastic Stockinga
Evaporaunt Dlahes, Funnels Mortars, Pill Tilca, Toll?!
aud Colnguf Bottles, Bohoniian ulaas Waro, Anototnl
cats, &o,, ali of which aro offered at the lowest current
raina for innh. wfm?iuo Jane 20
<;Attt?A&?, WUITFUttl) * ?U*
Wholesale Dealers in
?.MERIGAN EXPRESB BUILDING
Noa. D5, 57 SO and 01 fludaon, near
Duiiili-Htrri'l, Nevr York.
T. F. OAfnAUT. I HENRY Hil AN ER.
W. H. Wl I'll" ltD. I J. B. VAN WAOENEN
A. T. HAMILTON.
Ofi'.ce: f PAT?N S? OMIHAUT in liquidation.
KKKIMJM AM) FlSIHKti TA4KM?.
? NDREW OLERE A CO., NO. 48 MAIDEN LANV \
A. V-. ?"lo importer- ni JOH. WtRRIN'S ccinl. ata
rilled Eyed NI'EDLES. bog to notify their old cn*. .
?m and the publia that tlioy have on bond a full aaac t
RABBIN'S DRILLED EYED NEEDLES
WAltRIN'S TELEGRAPH NEEDLES IN CA8KETH
extra largo Oval Eyes
WARRI VH NEEDLES IN SYNOPTICAL OASES, i no?
?AURIN'S l-UUOKONS, MILLINEB8, SAIL, PACK
These Net-die? have been boforo the public for thlrtv
ira and are acknowledged by good judges to be eapo
)r to all other? in temper, finiak, uniformity and rjual
; of steel.
Jur tumnrtment of FISHINO TACKLE U oomplete,
i id the moat extensive lu thin or any other oountry.
Ju'ii- 2B uiwlfimo
J D. MURCHISON,
No. 5-4 Pine Rtreet,
October 15_ ____
JOHN T. HOAG,
WHOLESALE DEALSa IM
Paper and Paper Manufacturers Supplies,
No. 164 FUi.TiN ITKEET,
H?KNKTT, McINMB & EAUI.t
Noe. 36 & 38 WuitehaUatro ,t,
3. It. BnUNBTT...... M0IMII8....U. 0. KJUl'^
IADKRAL CASH ADVANCM UADBON CONBIOtf
SPECIAL AT I KUTI ?N PAID TO TUB ?ALE OFOiiT
TON. NAVAL f?T .liho, ?to., ?ad thepurobaw of
XidiUluft alitt'Ukt??. lmo* UHOMit .1
N. Y^rk Advertisements,
"A em Ho was on Uor lip-boalth w_n in bor look
Btrongtii ?ras In bor stop, and lu her Immln-Pr,\r-r\.
A fow bottles of I'LANTATIUS BOTXM
Will euro Nervous Uendaoho.
?? Cold Extremities and I?aV0n_li l.ip?i.
'? Moor t? ton. eel? anti ?-"tti.i !trt..th.
?. Flatulency ufid lna;?;(..??tiQu.
*. NerTOUP Atl'uclious.
" Eiceaatve Fatkrna an.i Short Drciuh.
" Pain ovor tho Eye*.
.. Meutal Dospoouency.
M I'roHtratiou; (Iront ".".>iItn??Bfi
.? Uuilow Couipit-xloii, Weak Dowala, ko.
Willoh aro tho ovid?-nci-B of
LIVKIt COMPLAINT AND DYSPKPfllA.
It Is vRtltnated tliat ncvoti-tcuth? of all adult ailments
proceed from a decoaxod mid torpid liver. The biliary
Hocretlnns of tho liver ovuril.min,: Into tim atotnnch poi
son the vntirn i.j stem and exhibit tin? abnvo vyinptoitiH
After long r. ?.arch, ?ve are alilo to present tim most
romaihablr enro for thoso horrid iilghtmu.ro disoaxes,
the world has over produced. Within ono year ovor Rix
hundred and forty thousand porsonR Imvii takrn tho
PLANTATION BITTER-, nnd not an iustanco of complaint
has como to our knowlcdgol
Ii Is n most effectual tonto and agrccablo stimulant,
a it 11. ni to all conditions of Ufo.
Tho reports that It rollo" upon mineral substancos for
Its active properties, aro wholly faiso. Fur tho satis
lactlon Of the public, and that patients may consult
their physicians, we append a list of its enmponenta.
OA-ISATA i.AUK.-Colebratod tor over two bundrod
years in the treatmont of Fever and Aguo, Dyspepsia,
Weakness, oto It waa introduced into Europe by tho
Count?SB, wlfn of the Viceroy 01 Pern, lu ICIO, and
afterwards sold by the Jesnlts for the enormous price oj
it* own weight in lilver, under tho name of Jesuit i /'oto
dert, and waa flna'ly modo pnbUo by Louis XVI King
of France, li um bold t makes especial reforence to its
febr?fugo quaUtles daring his Month Amorican travels.
OAKOAIUI.-A BAHK-For dl-rrhuoa, coUo and dl-oase
ot the stomach and bo ?sols.
DANDELION-For Inflammation of tho loins and drop
sical affect! o-u.
OBAMOMILE sTuowaas-For onfoobled digestion.
LATKHD-R FLOWERS-Aromatic, stimulant and tonic
highly Invigorating in nervous doblllty.
\ViNT_nGiui_N-For scrofula. rheumatlBm, oto.
ANIBK-An aromatlo carminative; croatlng flesh,
m?selo and milk ; much used by mothers nuralng.
Also, olovo-buds, orango, carraway, coriander, snake
Another wonderful Ingredient, of great nae among
tho8panlsb ladies of South America, Imparting beauty
to tho complexion and brilliancy to the mina, Is yet un
known to the oommorco of tho world, end wo withhold
Its name for tho proBont.
ROOUKBTKB, N. Y , Dcconiber 28, 1861.
Messrs. P. II. DIIAKK A Co.-I havo boon a great suf
ferer from Dysponsia for three or four years, and had to
abaudon my profeeab n. About thru, months into 1
'ried the Plamatlon Bittors, nnd to my great joy I am
no? nearly a woU man. I have recommended them In
several cases, and, as far as I know, always with signal
bonoQt. I am, rei-poctfully vourn,
Rev. J. S. CATH0RN.
Pmi.?.i'1-i.i'iiiA, luih Mouth, 17th Day, 18G2.
BE/irrcTED Pni-ND:-My daughter han beau much
bonolltted by Iho nie ol thy Piuutatlou Bittors. Thou
wilt send mo two buttles moro.
Thy friond, ?VSA CURBIN.
Si i-iisi AX DOUSE, CI um AGO, III., 1
Febru.iry 11, 180?. (
MRRRIIB. P. H. DnAKK A Co.:-Pb?asa tiond ?B another
twelve cases of your ?.'lautatlon Bitters. As a morning
sppotlzor, tlmy nppoar to novo supcrsoJed ovorythlng
olse, and are greatly esteemed.
Yours, se , GAGE k WAITE.
Arrangements are now comploted to supply any de
mand for this articlo, which has nat heretofore been
The publlo may rest assured that In co case will the
perfectly puro standard ot the PLANTATION BITTKUS be
departo- from. Every bottle bean the facsimile of our
tignature on a tteel plate engraving, or ti cannot be gen
Any perton pretending to tell PLAHTATION Bmr.ns t'n
bulk or by the gallon is a swindler and imposter. Bevan
of refilled bottlet. See. that our Private Stamp it Uituu
TILATKD over every cork.
Sold by all Druggists, Oroccrsand Dealers throughout
P, H, DRAKE & CO., New YoBk.
Atrd tV f.nwl ?-T
FAMY GOOD. DEALER.
Stationer and Manufacturer
PHOTOGRAPII ALBUMS, and
CARTE DE V-SITE,
EOS RESPE TFULLY TO SAY THAT HE IS STILL
located at his old stand ,
No. 126 Nassau-st., New York,
Where be continues to enpplv ?ho Johblng and Rotar I
Trade win all urticlos in tim BOOK AND B.A-IONERY
LINE, on tiio must liberal term-?.
bonks. Hut!i.HIT? ; Nut?, .Letter, Cap, Lngal Oap. Rill
and B?lh l'apura; Phnti gr ipi. A'tinmi, C-rio do Visile
for Altmti-a., BlauH Bouka, Inks, Muct-igo, Envelopes,
.vc, Ac, In great variety ?ni citeap
A Buperl .> Uno of POCKET DI A III ES for 1667.
Catalogiin seut on application.
Ordors prmnp 1.? ulled. Address
No. 126 NABSAO-.STREET, KEW YORK.
Ooto>-or 20 fil)
nmw M\mm\ mm
J. B. SCHENCK, r* pent,
Ho. TO PlAlilKN I.AtWI'i. nif'.W YOKEL
OPFBIU* FOB .i._i t
PORTABLE AND -TATIONARY HTI.AM I?N?Jli\
of all BIZCB. OIKODLAB SAW MILU? of the iuo>
?pproved construction, catting from 10,000 to 30,00
?etof Lomborpor day: REYNOLDS' TUKBENB WA
. SB WUE.RLH. and all kind- of Mochiuery for Wo r kim
Vood aiul Iron, ria:
tjlntting Machine? .
Bt.am and Ona PipM
Ut?_r- and Water Qnagei|
upright Koflorvlni* Milla
Otroular Besorvlng Mills
Bbaiting Puilrya and Bang_r_
It-iitur Leather Beltings
Circular S-w Benohos
I'n-vi r Morticing Maoliltms
Blind Slat Tiuonmg Machino.. ?
DHU lol.' Planing Maohlnn?
Gray b Wood'a Planing Maob__M|
Woodworth Planing MachlCM
Foot Morticing Machina?
?Leather and Rubber Hoe?
Plnnibiiu' ttiirl Cas Fitting
Wrtghfa Patt.nt Scroll SnwtJ
Patent Belt Scroll Saw?
Rotary and Mining Pompa.
Bvftyy description of Machinery and Railway B-ppHt?
COT ION OIVS of the moat aoprovnd oonetrurUon.
lanuarv ." ?*-Blr>
LOMBARD & 0.t
OOM MISS i DN MB R0H AN l8
am iwpimTres am DK____A at
MO. IS 1.KW18, AND MO. 9 T WHARP,
Advaiioe. made on Oana gc ra iota of Rio? end Ootto_
ro our ad iro.a
Befar__o??. oy piril-liani Te Ucean. J__r__ kooma
* Co., kb-ura. 8-oaa. r _uo.ai_u a\ Co., Ober MHB?
N. York Advertisements?
KRAUSHAAR * CO.
TtIK MOHT IMVllOVED
URAND AND li Q D A li F.
Fall Iron Framo and Overstrung Bann,
MANUFACTORY AND WAREHOUSE
rta. I ?J \Yr ut F i nu vin II--tirrel . ?lo. li
NEAR BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
rllE UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS Ol' THF FIBM Olf
KRAUSHAAR A CO., aro proctlcal Piano makers,
a 3d an auch bavo had a largo oxperienco In connection
vlth Honni t>i tli- beat Establishments In this country
a id Europe Tl.plr lanoH aro made not merely for
ti em, but l\ tin -ii, ai d under tbolr lmmedtato porsonal
H ipervislon, sim ihey allow no instruments to leave their
f tctory ^nii v nsn Into the hands of their patrons, unloH
t ley have a power, ovonnees, UrmueBs and ronudnesaol
t me, an elasticity of touch--without which no lustra,
ueut ought to bo Batiafaotory to the public-as well a
t ist durability In construction, which cnablos it to re
nain In tuno and to wlttiBtanii snddon chaugca of tem*
lerature and czpoanro to extreme beat and cold, which
ara somotimes uuavoldable.
They will at all times be happy to sec tho profession
a id the public at their Waroroonm, and Invito ooniparl
son between thoir own Pianos and those oi any other
ANTON KRAUSHAAR.TOBIAS HAMM
CHARLES J. 80HONEMANN.
First Prenuam ?Steam ?saw-MiUs.
THE FIB6T PRIZE,
THE GOLD MEDAL,
Waa awarded to tbe
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS
Cy lb? American Institute, at their Fair, In October, 18SB
for the best
AND STEAM ENOINE
OBDEU8 FOB THESE, GANG SAW-MILLS, B?GAB
Milla, General Machinery, Iron and Braes Casting*
' ?or/rings, Railroad Cars, ko., Ac, promptly Ulled. A4
! a?oit GEa M. CLAPP, Tressarer,
Newburgh, li. Y., ox
L O. WARD. Agent,
No. 6DLlborty-Bt., (Boom No. B), N. Y.
Deo*mber 13 lyr
NORT H R IVE R
GRIFFIN G & CO.,
Noa. 59 ?fe 00 CUK'ih.VIUDT STREET, N. Y.,
?CAV?FAOtinUUn AND PKALKIIH IN
I Agricultural Implements, Scciis.l'ort ?liters.
^J.OS 10, 11. 60, 65 and CO PLOWS. OBLBBBBATBD
i Mohawk Valley Meei Clipper flow, Horse Powers,
Throsliers mid Cleaners. Eau Mil's, An.
BUTTON GINS-Emory's Celebrated PnwGln, McOar
tliy'aCelebrated Keilor tii.-i. Dealois supplied.
efff- S>i>il for Circulars. 2nin? Uctobcr 4
A. AUSTELL, I W. 11. INUkN,
Atlanta, (Lntc of Goorda),
Goorgia. New York.
AUSTELL & INMAN,
COTTON & COMMIS ION M1CUUIANTS,
NO 80 WALLSTRFET. NEW YORK.
\T7-E ARK FULLY P"EPM?E1) TO MAKE LIBERAL
V> CASH ADVANCEMENTS ON CONSIGNMENTS
from Merchant? and Planters, both at this place and at
our ngenoles throughout the South Our Mr. AUSTELL,
of Atlanta, will arratigo advancement" there. COTTON
and MERCHANDISE will bo f. r?arded tu us with ills
patch by our agents, Mossrs. BRADY.A MOSES, of Sa
vannah. Wo will exert our best energies to give satis
faction, and promote the interests of our patrons.
Consignments from our southern friends respectfully
solicit ed._ 3moa September 28
THOS. JELtt A.O-3STE-W\
iMPonTSs txo u?Ai.Kn m
Witto Groceries Clinic. Tem. ?to., eta-,
Bo*. 31? A 262 QRKKNWICH-Sn.. COU. OF UURRATl
MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD
* STONES. MANTLES, &o.
OUR WURR, IN DESIGN ANI? FIMriH, IS UN'SUB
PAHSF.I) in thl.? conn ry.
irderi" thr.iuf.-i-. mall will receive same attoution as
when given In pereon.
iddreas letters WATHAN ft COMPANY,
No. 1W Mercer street, New York.
Draw-ngs and Estimates . pon application.
Angoflt .!? 8mo
T0IH) & RjUWF BTV,
ENGINEERS & FOUNDERS,
UOlce nuil Work?, Patcr.un, \ew.l?r?cy.
WAREHOUSE. NO. 4 DET-8TBEET. N. Y.
Vf-ANUFAOIUBEBS Of STATIONARY AND FORT?
"VI ABLE STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS; Flax,
lemp. Tow, Oakum, and Rope Machinery-, Shafting,
lill Gearing, Iron aud Brass I astinKB of -li kinds;
.othes, Planing Machines, Drills ; Shaping, Slotting and
lorlng Machines; Gear Onttera, Centering, Milling anil
?olt-Outting Mschlnes; Chucks of all kinds, Leather
.ud Rubbor Soiling, Uvc-e Leathor, Bei Hooks, And
taneral Supplies for Railroad and other Machine Shops,
adnon k Snow's Patent Governor* Snw Milla, Cotton
tina, Pressen. Ac, constantly on hand.
TODD * RAFFERTY,
March 20 ly No. * Oey-StTeot, N. Y.
NOLEN & ST&ERS.
osa Street nmi Saoonil Avenue, Mc? York.,
tirnOLESALE AND ll?T.UI. U i-. ALICKS
VV i? ALL SIUDn of
.UMBER, MANUFAOTUBEEH OF .MOULDINGS,
SASH DOORS, BLINDS, AND UGA KIKHJE?.
mmlngin? its broncho?. Rookh containing pattern I
onldluas santon ftypllflaU*".
Asiiutii/ AIMu int. i u.uu Kth iruuvm
_,__ restored ID fonr weeks, i>j l>r. ItlGOBP'S BU
lENOEOFLirE. tn. Blcord (of Parti,., Alter yean 0
.-?mest solicitation, has at lt>Hgtl> ac.twdoii to Ute earns?!
requests of the American pnbllc, and appointed B3 AgtD
lu New York for tbo sale of his vnioen Mid hlgaJp.priMfl
iaaence of Lifo. Tills T?onderful ?gent will reatoia
uanbood to the mont scattered ennatitottona, whethaj
?rising from excesses, the effect? it oluaate, or natara
..?uses. The time required to cure the ra^ttt in vot?rala
-aso le four weela; and if ?ed according io printed In?
dructlone, which ar* vsry simpiu. failure la Impossible
mis Kfo-reatorlng remedy ?iiould bt> laketi by all about
to marry, as ita effect ara pormaueui It U acknowlodg*4
ny the medtoal press to be ihr Kr.- it< -?i Urcovery evm
stade. Its developing powers are ralracalor.H. SuccaH
in every case ia ae oertain ?. that science overthrows I?.
oorance. Dr Rtoord'i Kssonce of Lit? la ?old fa
.?ae?, with mil instruction.- io?- nae, at ?3, or loor qnam
?Utes in cnMOT f9 ?n<i will ? acnt 'nany pxri,o?refo*|
D?nk<vi, on moKiot r..mri\i'i<riri ti .:?'- *cnre?tit*<i agaat
?nrup A> -LAwr?
March 23 ly No 8t r.ihnrt?.?tre?i. N^w York,
D. APPLETON & CO.,
N I'' W V (I It K ,
HSU EDVUTIHH AL. TKX'i'.iltluiCS,
IN01.CMNO nu rmi-AirriirN ra or
ENGLISH. IATIN. OIO-EK. PRENOH. KPANI8H, ITA
LIAN. HEBREW. ANO -YH1AO.
SCHOOr.?, H?MI>?RIBrt, Ml iluLLE.BS DE3I
RING Text- HOOK? will oousnlt the I Interest by ad
dressing D APPLETON et Ci). Ni-* iork. who will be
glad to HU;.piy their want? on tbe n.onl invcrtble terms.
Amoi g thnlr reoent imbil attona -re lb? fill iwiug:
WjR-r BOOK IN ENGLISH 'KAEMAR; by G. P.
Q-iackeaboN P Ice 40 oei.t?,
AN EVULIMH OBAMMAR; by hame autkor. Prto?
PRIMARV HlflrORY OF THE UNIT1D 8TATS8.
Prio- 1t> cents.
QUA'KEMBOS' 80HOOL UI3TORY OF THE UHI
IRIi HIVJE9. PiioetieO.
APPI B OSS' ARITHME ' IOAL SERIES; on the baal?
of thr> works of Geo. B Perkins LL 1>. hy O.P. Qoaok.
enh a?. A. M
YOUMANH? NEW OHEMISTRY; en-irolv rowrltten
and mMch enla'god, with am Engravinga FHc? ti Tt
H I'.K^R-i .UTiNiil^MMAU Prion $160 Strong
ly r#i-omni' nded hv our laadlng ?ebolaraaa n decided ad
ratwe Ob the old Latin Grammar?,
H HNNBSB' I.ATIM liRMiKit; a companion to the
Grammar, tvr the same author Fr?o? ti .?.
A MEW ?OItlON OF QUINTILIAN; by Frofc H. B.
Friiae of Univrrsny oi Mlchl? ?
OaUIOgNee *. nt free opon ^pp'.catlon.
D A. * O . are uow pro-parrd to M M ?niara tar
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