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T?Et3DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 18C0.
Mac?n ano Bbunbwiok Raixbo-d.-The friends
of this work will rojoico to luiow that thoro is n
fair prospect of its rccoiving tho nid of tho Stato
to ?BBist i" its construction. It will bo seen from
onr Lciiisiativo report, that tho biU authorizing
tho Stnto to isauo bonds to tho amount of W0.00O
nor milo in behalf of tho company, on certain con
ditions', carno up in tho Houso yestorday, and pass
oil that body bv tlio very handsome majority of
fortv-ono. Tho largo voto in its favor would seom
to indicate its huccobs in tho othor branch of tbo
Tjo/riHlatnrc. This dono, and tlio bill signed by
thivtiovernor, Iho way will bo clear and tlio coin
panv can push their great cntorpriso rapidly for
ward and completo it at an enrly day.
[Macon Journal and Messenger.
Mechanic Independent Fibe Co-utant.-Wo aro
pleased to learn that this sturdy company contem
plate purchasing a splendid ilrof class steam Uro
cngino nt as early a day as possiblo. The moro
Bpcodily to raiso tlio funds nccossary to tho pur
chase o'f the steamer, tho company design giving
a grand firemen's and citizens' ball on or about tho
first Thursday in Decombor-Augusta Daily Press.
Found Dead.-Mr. James Kenny, an old rosi
dent of tho city, aud at ono timo salesman at tho
Porcelain Company's ware-room, was found dead
in his storo near tho Upper Market, on Wednesday
morning. Ho led a solitary lifo and was at times
intemperate in his habits. His body bad been mu
tilated by rata, and prosoutod a sad spectacle. An
inquest was held by Coronor Rhodos.
[Augusta Chronicle and -Sentinel.
L/vBoe Sweet Fotato.-A swoet potato cf tbo
yam specicB, weighing 16? pounds, was exhibited
to us yesterday by I. E. liai Mot t" Esq. It was
grown upon tho plantation of our fellow-rcitizon, A.
W. Mitchell, Esq., in Gordon County, which is now
being cultivated by Mr. W. W. Brand,
Fibe in Athens-The AthonB Watchman gives
the following account of a uro in that town last
A disastrous firo broke out on Broad street, bo
tweon midnight and daybreak, on Friday night. It
originated in the storo of Mr. Calm and y torno,
winch, togothor with tho adjoining tcuomont oc
cupied by Mr. Leon Dugas, was totally consumed.
So rapid" was tho progross of tho conilagration
that air. Cahn and Mr. Harrison, who wore sleep
ing in tho second story, wore forced to loap for
their lives from the windows. Tho block was
owucd by R. L. Bloomfield, Euri., who, wo rcgrot
to hear, was not insurod. Tho two firms wero each
insured to about one-half of tho amount of thoir
stocks. Very littlo was roscuod from tho llames,
owing to tho lato hour at which tho firo was dis
covered. Tho whole block, from Wliito's Book
storo to tho National Ban]?-, was emptied of its con
tents, in anticipation of a total combustion, but,
thanks to the tho companies, tho destruction was
confined to the abovo namod storo. Too much
credit cannot bo awarded to tbo Fire Department,
the citizens, tho colloge Btudonts, ana to tho
rrccdmon, for tbo energy with which thoy all
worked to save tho proporty of tho partios con
cerned. Wo do not now recall any previous con
flagration of a business houso. It is surely ad
visable to re-establish tho night watch, which for
morly patrolled the main Btreots in view of such
The iron for tho extension of tho Mobilo and
Girard Railroad, boyond Union Springs, is now
passing through our city. The intention ia to lay
it expeditiously on tho track already graded. We
hopo soon to bo able to announce tho completion
of the road to tho neighborhood of Poroto.
Gold n* Union Coxthty.-Major Logan, of White
County, exhibited to tho editorof this paper, upon
a recent visit to Cleveland, some 450 dwta. of gold
from ono of his Union County mines. It was not
in the form of "dust," but in solid pieces, from
ono to six dwtB. in weight, and worth 102 cents per
dwt. This is, we boUovo, tho purest gold yet found
in the State.
Major Logan oxpressod tho opinion that gold in
abundant in Union and other Counties boyond the
Blue Ridge. We think he is correct in this; for we
romembor that in 1810 various minos wero worked
in Cherokee, Macon and Haywood Counties, North
Carolina, a part of the same bolt.
Thero can be but littlo doubt that thoro aro two
very rich gold bolta running parado] with tho Bluo
Ridge-ono on this sido, anatho othor boyond it.
when tho improved machinery and modern pro
cesses cf nuning shall have been fully introduced
-and put into operation, wo have no doubt but that
gold mining will become permanently profitable in
general, while in many instances it will bo found
exceedingly lucrative.-Athens Watchman.
Tho Washington Gazotlo says: "Messrs. Brown
and Reese, of Taliaf.rio County, convicted last
year by a military court, in that placo, for the
murder of a nogro woman, sentenced to bo hung,
and afterwards indefinitely roapited by -"resident
Johnson, have boen turned over to tho civil courts,
after remaining in prison some eighteen months.
Thcro may ho somo doubts as to whether thoy can
constitutionally be tried agnin for tho samo oflence.
Ma. Thompson's Leotdiie.-Wc tako ploasuro in
announcing that the Hon. Waddy Thompson, of
South Carolina, will address our citizens on Satur
day evening. Mr. Thompson's well-known abilitios
and powers of eloquenco'should guarantee him
what wo bospoak for him-a largo audience. His
subject will bo, "Tho Great Men of our Nation'-a
subject to which Mr. Thomnson is capablo of doing
ample justice.-Columbus Sun.
The Meteoric Shower In England.
TWELVE THOUSAND METEOHS OB9EBVED AT GREEN
A spocial Cabio dispatch to the Herald, dated at
Greenwich Observatory, at six o'clock Thursday
morning, reports that tho motooric shower was a
maguiiicent display in England. Twclvo thousand
falling stars wero counted. Tho following i? the
The expected meteoric showers were obsorved
last night. At nine o'clock a fow meteors foil; at
eleven o'clock thoy had increased in number and
Bizo, and between ono and two o'clock this morn
ing tho maximum was reached. The night was
clear and tho stars wero out in great numbera.
The wholo heavens wero brilliantly illuminated.
The showers of motoors woro of great boauty
and brilliancy, and radiated from tho constellation
Loo, noar tho star Gamma Leonis. Thoir direc
tion was mostly from tho cast to tho west. Tho
paths of tho meteors wore from tliroo to four do
crees in tho north. Near Ursa Major twenty or
thirty wero obsorved at ono timo, and crossing the
zenith fifty or Bixty moro of nnuBul size and dura
tion, tho majority being buger than stars of the
first magnitude Several exoded from tho vicinity
of Jupiter: one, of immonao dimonBions, waa col
ored red, blue, green, orango, and amber. Noarlj
all had trails of fire. Of two flaming from Leo al
tho same timo, one crossed Beta Geminorum ant]
tho other Mars. Two moro, one red and tho othoi
of an oriental sapphiro color, crossed Alpha Orion
Home of tho meteors burst forth in splendor j
one, breaking behind tho rising clouds, floshet
uko sheet lightning, and another of omorald hut
burst near Eta Leonis at fifteen minutos after twe
o'clock A. M., its trail of flamo being visible for c
minuto aud a half, and thoni'adod away in brilliant
At thrco A. M. thoy commonced to diminisl
gradually, until, at the presont momont, thoy an
all, m otc urn. and stars, fading away in the morning
Wo counted five thousand in ono hour-noan*
twelve thousand in all-with tho naked oyo.
Feench Expeobation in Afbioa.-Lioutonan
Mayo and M. Quint?n, of tho French marino, hav?
recently returned (trod, a throo years' journoy, th?
object of which was to visit the i-io-i-ialiod prophet
HadJ Omar El Agu!, with'wnoni tho French Gov
' . ?rnment ha,s a troaty of friendship. Thdy roachci
tho town of Sdgou, on the Upper1 Niger, but theil
progr?s? was arrested by, a 'il?1> of the prophet
who had oatdbliBhcd his 'authority in that placo
They were detained for two years, unable either t?
advance or to return, but not exposed to othoi
??hardships than tho climat-atad Iho want of al
tho necessaries of civilized Ufo. Thoso years won
' - -(fell spent, for during this timo thoy formed ox
1 'e?nsive collections, which,' wboii ,at last, tho Emu
of Segou allowed them to depart, tiley woro fo'rtu
? nato enough to bo nillo to bring with I hem. Tlio
wold pYoaontod to, the Geographical Society at iti
iii recent mooting, and gavo an interesting aeeount o
?heir expedition.* In ono of tho villages visited b*
Mrtrigb Tarltv they 'saw* an old Tvpman of eighty
.who rqmomborod siloing, -?f-ona young girl, i
' w1_lt?Al?*a, of'whoE? extremo T>?v?rty shojudgec
by his not having made lier a prouon.i. This sou
Tenir is characteristic, for in those barbaroui
countries a stranger is expected to scatter gifts ai
tfsT- AWAY WITH HPECTAOJ_Ej._OLD EYE*
made new, without Spectacle-, Doctor or Medlo-a
-_m.pl_.ot mail ed free on recolpt of ten _____ Ad-re?.
B, B. FOOTE, M. D., Ne, 1180 Broadway, New York.
Jier-ABTIFIOIAL EYES.-ARTIPIOIAL Hu
MAN EYES made to order and lnsorted by Drs, F.
BAUOB and P. GO UG ELM ANN (formerly employed by
ROIS30K-KAU, of Paris), No. 099 Broadway, New York.
Jtor COLGATE'S HONEY BOAT.-THIS CELE
BRATED Toilet Soap, In atich universal demand,
a made from the choicest matorlala, la mild, and
amolllen t In its nature, rragrant I y ecentcd., and
extromely bcnr-Ocl?l in ita action upon the akin. For
aale by all Druggleta and Fancy Gooda Dealers,
Febmary 7_ lyr
JO-ITCH! ITCH I ITCHt SCR AT GHI
SCRATCH I S0RAT0U1 WHEATON'S OINTMENT
wlU enro tho itch in l8 honra. AIbo eurea Salt Rbonm,
Olcors, OhUblalna, and all Eruptions of the Skin. Price
SO couts. For salo by all druegisto. By sending GO
cents to WEEKS k POTTER, Solo Agonts, 170 Wishing,
ton street Boston, it will ho forwarded by mall, iroo o
postage, to any part of tho United States.
Jnne 4 .moa
"?Der Untcrjcit?nctc i ft bereit _r.?ib.?ften in irgenb einem
1-bcilc-leutfdjlanb iuctbeoen, ?elk? ju ceUcctircu unt
fonfligc vTiiftr?.c _u befetflcn. -Ran toute fid? um n?here
ST;.?Munit tired au ?5. 4>. Sootier in Vebe
ober 2?: SRchrttttS, 187 East Bay, Charleston, S O
Sept. -O tlistu3mos
WEBB & SAGE
HAVING ADLU.L) TO THEIR ALREADY
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
BY DIRECT IMPORTATION,
ARE PREPARED TO SUPPLY THEIR FRIENDS
AND THE PUBLIC AS IN
FORMER YEARS, AT
NO. 5 HAYNE-ST.
C. F. VOGLER,
JMO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
A Urge supply of STATIONERY
PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1807, Etc.
A fine and largo selection of NOVELS, by tho most
celebrated authors. SON O BOOKS, BOOKS for Home
AU the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re
ceived for the same.
Orders from tho country aro respectfully solicited.
TERMS LIBERAL. Novem?-sr 8
GRAESER & MoJimKEV
COLUMBIA, So. Ca.,
OFFER THEIR SERVICES FOR THE FUBCHASE
or solo of Cotton and Produco generally. Orders
and Consignments rcspoctfuUy soUcited.
C. A. GRAESER. -^ W. S. McJCN-TY,
October 27 lir._
JACOB COHEN & CO.,
Brogers, Auctioneers and General
NO. 46 EAST BAY,
BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSION REAL ESTATE,
STOCKS, BONDS, Ac., Ac. lmo November 6
WHITE & PAINE,
-Iiiiping & Commission Merchawis.
NO. _ SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARP,
t IIA?-LESTOIV, 8. C.
J. J. WHITE.GEORGE S. PAINE.
FOR SALE AT ALL PROMINENT GROCER8, WINE
MERCHANTS AND DRUGGISTS, and Wboleaalo
only, by ,
L. FUNK, Jr., Sole Asen.,
No. OB LIUEUTY-.STKKET, NEW YORK.
August .1 amos
R. E. SCREVEN. DOUGLAS NISBET.
SC11EVEN & NISBET,
WILL ATTEND TO THE
Fur.liase anti Shipping of Cotton, Ric., k
OFFICE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, cornor of the
alloy loading to Vendue Bango. (Entronco on wlmri
or Range.)_j_November 1
RTL. JEFFERS &C0.,
GENERAL n__MK HERCH?MS,
[AVE REMOVED FROM NO. l18 EAST BAY '
CENTRAL WHARF (Ant wharf below the mark.
ara they wUl bo pleaaed to aeo their -rienda and :
toona, Ima Ootob-r 3
MARINE AND FIRE
RISKS TAKEN, MARINE AND FIRE, ON FAYORA
BLE TERMS, BY
HENRY COBIA & CO., Agents.
HOLMES & CALDER,
HOLMES & CO.,
IMPORTERS ARD DEALERS IN
NOS. _6 MEETING AND 55 HASEL STREETS,
CHAELESTON, S. C.
WM. E. HOLMES.Late of Holmes A Co.
WM. CALDER.,\.CJjarloBton, 8. C.
ACCOUNT BOOK MANKPACTORY.
SUOn AS RECORDS FOR PUBLIC OFFICES,
Ledgers, Joiini_B, Cash Boohs, Day Booka, Ac, con
fit-ntly on limul, mid rundo to ordor, and with any de
scription of Ruling. None hut tho heat workmen em
ployed, and tho boat material? used.
A practical experience of twenty years in tho above
Uno, and with facilities unaurp-S-cd, cnablo mo to war
BOOK BINDING AND JOB PRINTING
In all Ita branches, with new ?typo, now presses, and
advantages not excelled lu this city. Lawyer _ lilanka,
Titloa, Bonds, Mortgages, ko., ice, on hand and printed
to order. tnthalyr Docemher 14
PAL\?? GOODS DEALERS
Stationer and Manufacturer
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, and
CARTE DE VISITE,
BEOS RESPECTFULLY TO SAY THAT HE 13 STILL
located at IiIb old atand,
No. 126 Nassau-sr.. New York,
Whoro ho continnos to Aupply tho Jobbing and Retail
Trade with aU articles In tho BOOK AND 31'ATIONEBY
LINE, on the most libc-ral terms.
Books, Stationery;Note, Letter, Cap, Legal Cap, Bill
and Bath Papers; riioto^raph Albums, Carte do ViBite
for Album., Blank Hooks, laka, Mucilage, Envelopes,
_c., Ac., In great variety and ohoap.
A superior line of POCKET DIARIES lor le61.
Catalogue sent on application.
- Ordera promptly ulled. Address
No. 126 NAS9AU.8TBEET, NEW YORK.
J. D. MURCHISON,
. COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 54 __*i_ie street,
October IS .moa
JOHN T. HOAG,
VTirni.v-AT.v. XSUXMsi IN
Paper and Paper Manufacturers Supplies.
No. 164 FULTON STREET,
October .? lmo
BURNETT, McINNIS ,<k EARL,
Nos. 36 & 38 Whitehall-street,
J. B. DDB-ETT....M. MoINNIS. ...B. O. EARL.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGN
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO THE 8 ALE OF COT
TON. NAVAL-. ORE?, Etc., and tho piircliaso of
pLanIATioN -Uf.-IK-. lino? uatooer.7
LOMBARD & CO-7
and i_ro_r__a und ?_____fl in
NO. l8 LEWIS, AND NO. 9 T WHABP,
Advanooa made on Oonalgcmenta of Bloo and Cotton
to our Address.
ReferoDcos, by permtulon: To Mesara. J__r_a Adq_?
k Co., Mtasrs. _-__p.t Iino-ii-iui & Co., Oharleaton. ti.
6m oa* October 1
BREWSTER & SPBATT.
> Ittorneys at Law and S-Ucltow In E^iitj,
O?-10B ?a l8 B_U._J>_r__--CT,
Carol all diseases caused by
self-abuse, viz:- Spertnator
rhea. Sentinal - Weakness,
Night - Emissions, Lots of
Memory, Universal Insti
tude, Paine in the Back, Dim
nets of Vision, Promaturo
Old Age, Weak Nerres, Diffi
cult Breathing, Pale Counte
'nance, Insanity, Cvnsump
tion, and all ?Ji.i?isc? that fol
low sa n soqucncn of youthful lndlscrotlons.
Tho Cbcrokco Curo will restoro lioalth and viper,
otop tho emissions, and effect a pcruinnent euro
aftor all other modlcinos liavo fulled, 'i'lilrty-two
pazo pauiiihlot sent In a scaled ouvelope, free to any
i'rlco $2 per botllo, or three bottles for $5. Bold
by all <lni";;Mi ; or will bo 6cnt by express to nny
portion of tlio world, on receipt gf price, by tlio
Dr. W. B. MERWIN, 37 Walkor St., N. Y.
Cures all Urinary Com
plaints, vii: Gravel, Inflam
mation of the Bladder and
'Kidneys, Retention of
Urine, Strictures of the
Urethra, Dropsical Swelt
ingt, Brick Duet Deposits,
and all discuses Uiat roquiro
_ diuretic, and when use*- ia
conjunction with tho
does not fail to euro Gonorrhea, Gleet and all Mu
cons Dischargee In Malo or Female, curio;; recent
cases in from one to three days, and is especially
recommended In tiloso eases of Fluor Albus or
Whites in Females. Tho two medicines usod In
conjunction will not fall torcmovo this dls-grccnblo
complaint, and In thoso cases whero other uiedlolnos
havo been usod without success.
Trice, Uomody.Ono Bottle, 12, Three Bottles, fR.
'",_ Injection, " " $2, " " |5.
Tho Chorokeo " Cure," " Remedy," and " Injec
tion" ore to bo found In all well icRiiliiteil drug
Ktorcs. and aro rccommendod by physicians and
drucr*?.'?1 all over tho world, for their Intrinsic worth
uni *:.oilt. Somo unprinclplod dealer?, however,
try to docclvo their customers, by Belling cheap an?!
worthless compounds,-in order to mako money
In placo of tlies??. Re not deceiced. If the drug
gists will not buy thom for y:., wrK; to UI, nnd wo
will fend them to you by cxprciL', Eccurely packed
mid free from observation. We treat oil ?liseuses to
which tho human system Is subject, nnd iVHl bo
pleased to rocoivo full find explicit statements from
tlmso who havo fulled to rcccivo relief horclofore.
La lies or gentlemen can address iib in perfect con
fidence. Wo desiro ti) send our tliirly-lwo pam
pamphlet freo to every lady and pentlemnn In tho
land. Address all letters fur pamphlets, medicines, .
or odvlco, to tlio sole proprietor, Qi
?_*? Dr. W. E. MERWIN, 37 Wolkor St., N. T.
May 34 tbstulyr
jtjarTHE SALE OP THE PLANTATION BIT
TEB8 Is without proc?dent In tho history of the world.
There Is no secret In the matter. Thoy aro at once tlio
most Bptvedy, strengthening bealtliresto.-or over dis
oovercd. It requires but a alnglo trial to understand
this. Their purity can always bo relied upon. Thoy
are composed of the celebrated Calisaya Bari?, Cascarilla
Bark, Dandelion, Chan?omlle Flowers, L-vondei
Flowers, Wi-tcrgreon, AhLbo, Cloverbuds, Orange-pool,
Snakoroot, Caraway, Coriander, Burdock,
They are especially recommended to clergymen, pub
Uo gpcakors, and persons of literary habita and seden
tary Ufe, who requlro (roo digestion, a relish for food,
and clear mental facul-oo.
Doltoato femalos and weak persons ara certain to find
In these Bitten what they have ao long Iookod for.
They purify, strengthen and Invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to chango of water and diet.
Thoy overcome effects of dissipation and lato hours.
They strengthen tho system and onllren the mind.
They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
Thoy euro Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbns.
fbey cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Hoadocho.
They aro the best Bitters in the world. Thoy make
the wtak man strong, aud aro exhausted n&twe's great
The following startling and emphatic statements cm
bo scon at our oOlco.
Letter o? nev. E. F. Cwne, Chaplain o? the 107th No"*
Nea- Aoouia Citii>:r?, March 4th, 18C3.
Owlng"[(o tho great exposure and terrible decompoal
tlou after tho battle of Antiotam, I was uttorly prostrat
ed and very sick. Sly stomach would not retain modi
cine. An orticlo called l'Imitation Bitters, prepared b?
Dr. Dkake, of Mew York, was proscribed to give mi
strength uud on appetite. To my great surprise the}
gave mo immediate roliof. Two bottles almost allowee
mo to J bin my regiment. . . . . I have since eeei
them usod in many oases, and am free to say, for hos
pltal or private, purposes I know of nothing Uko thom.
Bev. E. F. GRANE, Chaplain.
Letter from the Bev. N. E. Gilds, Bt. Clair s ville, Fa.
Qext-eiie-:-Yon were kind euougb, on a former oc
easton, to sand mo a half doreen bottles of riunt-tlor
Bitters for $3 SO. My wife having derivod so inuei:
benefit from the use of these Bitters, I desiro . rr te
continuo them, and you will pleaso send M f,_ bottlei
more for the mouoy eucloaed.
lorn, very truly, yo :rs,
N. ?, ?ILU--, pastor Ger. Bof. Church,
Bo__i2*".>' Houx, 80p_nuwEKDENT'? Office, >
CiNon-NaTi, Ohio, Jrui. 16th, 18.3. j
. *.>?**** ??
I have given your Plantation Bitters to hundreds o
our noble soldiers who slop here, more or less dlsablec
from various causes, and the effect la marvellous ant
Such a preparation as this Is I heartily wish in ever}
family, in every hospital, and at hand on every battli
Held. G. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent.
Dr. W. A. Om_DS, Burgoon of the Tenth Vermont Be
giment, writes:-"I wish every soldier had a bottle o
Plantation Bitters. Thoy aro the moat effocUvo, per
feet, and harmless tonlo I eter used."
Wn.r_uu>'s Hotel, \
Y?*_sux!(oton, D. C, May 33d, 1803. j
aE-rr-EM-ii:-We roqulre another supply of yon:
plantation Bitters, the popularity o which daily in
croases with the guests of our house.
SYKES, OHADWIOH k 00.
&o. to. ko. ko. ko.
Bo snro that every bottle hears the facsimile of on
tIgnatnro on a steel plate label, with oar private stain j
over the cork.
P. H. DBASE & GO,
N0. 202 BBO-DWAY, N. Y.
Sold by all respectable Druggist?', ihyslolans, Orocon
Saloons, and country Hotoladealers.
Aorll IK ' tbirnlrr
PURK1TUKE t FURNITURE !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEGRAFF & TAYLOR.
ROS. 87 ?k 89 BOWERY & 6. OHBYSTO-STBEBT
n-TH TBK B-6T -SSO-TED BTOOE OF *
PARLOR, DININ?-UOO-I AND BED-BOOM
PRING BEDS AND BEDDING,
HT TIIK UNION.
OUB FAOTL1TTB8 FOB MAN?FAOTORINO Al
LOW I'aiO-H defy competition. GTEAMEKB
AND HOTELS FURNISHED FOB STYLE AND QUALI?
_Y. We refer y on on board of the Hodson Bi ver t? team .
???, BT. JOHN and DEAN BIOH-COND.
Puller's Patent Hair-Spring tfattresiei
FIVE STATE PBE-OUMB AWARDED.
? uno 21 t__tu6mo
-=-_.-. ii i<a__inf_____--_--a_-_---__
GEORGE STECK _ CO.,
HAD THE ?NPBEOEEENTED TRIUMPH TO BE
AWARDED TWO PRIZE- AT ONCE,
TUE ?OLD AND SILVER MEDAL.
Attho Fair of tho American Institute, Oot. l8'6 (bolng
the very latent date), for General Superiority of tholr
GRAND AND SQUARE PIANOS.
First promlum rocoived over all v'onipo'.ltion, vrhon
and vrherovor exhibited.
THESE PIANOS HAVE REOE1VED THE __G____T
recommonda-OUB from tho following m .lnii;iiinh
od Artlatos and Performers :
GEO. W. MORGAN,
HENRY O. TIMM,
J. N. PATTISON,
S. '<. MILLS,
F. VON BRE?NING
Ploaso send for lllnstrat-d Olrcnlars.
WAREROOMS NO. 141 8th ST.. NEAR BROADWAY,
OPPOSITE CLINTON, HALL.
A-gnat 23 _ thstuGmo
?WA.REIIO O _v__S
KO. 001 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.?
The largest variety In the United Statos, o I
ODTLERY, SILVER PLATED WARE
TEA SETS, 0A8TOR3. REFRIGERATORS
COOKINGUPENSIL8, ko., Ac.
TOGETHER WITH EVERYTHING APPERTAINING
to tho lino, end nil at the lowest possiblo prices,
wholesale and retail for mab. Foroign gooda reduced
to (?old vnlne. Catalogues furnlshod on application to
my addross. U. H. CASEY.
October 4 thuin Smos
TOYS, CHINA, AND FANCY GOODS,
BEADS, MARBLES, SLATES, ?Se, SLATE
STRASBURGER & NUHN,
NO. 65 MAIDEN LANE, COR. WILLIAM 8T., N. Y.
STRA8BURGEB A NUHN BEING NOW THE LARG
EST IMPORTERS in tholr Una, and having laid In
their FULL STOCK, FOR CASH, at tho lowest gold
ratas, aro enablod to offer, for the coming Reason, ox
traordinary inducements. Huyera will do well to favo
them with their confidence and buy at once.
4_r Moll orders promptly executed.
August 23 thstuSmo
OLIVER & CO.,
No. 45 Liberty Street, New York City.
LEATHER AND RUBBER BELTING. PAOKING.
HOSE, MACHINERY, AND MANUFACTURER'S
Oak Tanned Leather Belting, Vulcanised Rubber Bolt
ing, Patent Stitched Ruhber Belting, Patout Combina
tion Boiling, Vulcanized Rubber Hose, Leather Hoss.
Grenoblo Hose, Hemp und Cotton Hose, Leather and
Rubber Seotlon Hose, Lace Leather, Roller Cover
Leather, Mixed Rubber Packing, Gnm Packing, Pure
Rubber Packing, Cotton Packing, Cotton Waste, Bob
bins and Shuttles, Forco Pumps, Fan Blowers, Turbine
Water Wheels, Saw Mills, Steam Engines, and Manufac
turer's Supplies, In generaL
Anglist 38 tuthh Smos
FUNSTON & SCOFIELD,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR
Lilli.n-alil's Excelsior Flro Works!
Importers and Manufacturers of
-HINKST GOODS, FIl.E CKACKEIIS,
TOIIPEDOE8, LANTERNS, FLAGS, die.
No. 9 DJ5T STREET, NEW YORK.
Ootober 6 a stnih 3m os
ELDER & BROWN,
MANUFACTORIES AND PATENT
EES of the celebrated COMBINATION
CRADLE AND B \BY TENDER, Pro
pelling Horses, and all kinds "of Rock
ing Horses, Invalid Chalis, wlth.doublc
and singlo ?Rheola, from $25 to ?15;
Children's Carriages. Fancy and Varnished Wagons,
Fancy Salidos, Invalid Carriages, made to order. Fanes
Propellers and Baby Bockors, ko., Ac, llis-izo Horses,
made to order. 1
Depot, No. 038 BROADWAY. Manufactory, Nos. d19,
450, 461 and 462 WEST STREET, New York.
October 25 thstulyr
J. F. BROWNE & CO.,
HARP MANUFACTURERS, HAVE REMOVED
their Warerootna to No. 681 B SO AD WAY, New
York, opposite Metropolitan Hotel. Strings, Music, and
every requisite for the Harp. Established London, 1810;
New York, 1811. s tut (illino Ootober li
ANDREW A. BOYD,
(8uccesBor to P. B. ANDERSON),
Ship Bread, Biscuit and Cracker Bakery
AT THE OLD STAND OF If. P. WARD,
No. 319 Fulton-Street,
(Third door above Greenwich), NEW YORK.
October 4 thstu3rao
For the Handkerchief.
A Most Exquisite, Delicate, and Fra
grant Perfumo, Distilled from the Bare
and Beav.-iful Flower from which it
takes itc name.
Manufactuved only by ^__"__?__ & SOU.?
mm of ?oMTEBFros.
ABK FOR PTTALONS-TAKE NO OTHEF.
Bold hy rt_avr'*ts _ea_r_lly.
Dft-ember.O .sly? '
E. __?_ WHITING,
C0E0NE R AND MAGISTRATE,
MAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMZIUS
Bl'BBirr, to No, ?J OH. J__'t .TU__T, ona acor
-OtBrMd atTMfa _-_r_M.l
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N. York Advertisements.
KRAUSHAAR ?&. CO."
THE MOST IMPnOVEn
GRAND AND SQUARE
Fall Iron Frame and Overstrung Bass,
MANUFACTORY AND WAREHOUSE
Do, t'J Weat Houston-street. Mo.lt
NEAR BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
THE UNDERSIONED, MEMBERS OF THF FIRM OV
KRAUSHAAR A CO., are practical Piano m.korB,
a ad as Btich have had a large experience In connection
with ionio 01 th> best EntabllehmcQts In this country
a ad Enroue, 'i l elr I Isnos aro tundo not morely foi
thom, but L y ti mi, ai d under their Immodlato personal
s ipervision, i-t itihoy allow no instruments to Icare theil
factory and ; ?ihb into tho bauds of thoir patrons, unlcsi
t.oy have a power, ovennosa, firmness aud rouniinoosol 4
t.no, an elasticity of touch-without which no lnstru?
ment ought to bo satisiactory to the public-as woll a
t.at durability In. construction, which enable? It to re.
mato in tune and to withstand Budden chaudes of tem?
leratnre and exposure to extreme heat aud cold, which
aro sometime? unavoidable.
They will at all times bo happy to seo the profession
aid the public at their Warorooms, aud invite compart.
son between thoir own Pianos and those oi any other
ANTON KRAUSHAAR.a.TOBIAS HAMM
OUARLEH J. 80HONEMANN.
First Premium Steam Saw-Mills.
THE FIBBT PRIZE,
THE GOLD MEDAL,
Was awarded to the
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS
>._? liio American Instituto, at thoir Fair, In October, 1801
for the heat
AND 8TEAM ENGINE
OBDEBB FOR THESE, GANG SAW-MILLS, BUGAB
Mills, General Machinery, Iron aud Brass Casting!
aTorgliigo, Railroad Oars, Ac, ?to., promptly fillerl, _._
Sr elf GEO. M. CLAPP, Treasurer,
Newburgh. N. Y.t o?
L. ?. WARD, Agent,
No. C3 Llborty-s-, (Boom No. bl. N. Y.
Co-ember ia ly.
GRIFFIN? & CO.,
Nos. 58 ft 00 CURTLANB- STREET, N. Ya,
MANU-ACT-__n.H AMO D-AL-UH IN
Agricultural Iiuplcincuts, Seeils.FcrliHzcrs.
NO3. 10, 11, EO, 65 and 60 PLOWS, CELERBRATED
Mohawk Valley Meei Clipper Plow, Horse Powers,
Threshers and Cleaners, Fnn Mills, Ac.
COTTON GINS-Emery's Celobratod SawGin, McCar?
thy's Celebrated Roller Gin. Dealers supplied.
joy Bend for GItcuI-ts. 2mos October 4
A. AUSTELL, I W. II. INMAN,
Atlanta, (Late of Georgia),
Georgia. Now York,
AUSTELL & INMAN,
COTTON & COMMISSION MERCII-UXTS,
NO. 80 WALL-STREET, NEW YORK.
WE ARE FULLY PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL
OABH ADVANCEMENTS ON CONSIGNMENTS
from Merchants and Planters, both at this placo and at
onr agencies throughout the South. Our Mr. AUSTELL,
of Atlanta, will arrange advancements there. COTTO?
and MERCHANDISE will bo forwarded to iib with dis
patch by onr agents, Messrs. BRADY k MOSES, of Sa
vannah. We will exert our best energies to glvo satis
faction, and promote the lnteresta of our patrons.
Consignment, from onr Southern friends respectfully
solicited. - 3moa September 28
_____OS_ _R,_ -?_C" ISTIE-W"..
__. OKTEn AKT) D_AX__- 1H
fin? Grcccrlag, Cholos Tea?, ?te.. ct-M
Not. 260 a 203 GREENWICB-ST.. COB. OF HU BEAT,
MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD
STONES, MANTLES. &c.
OUR WHEE, IN DESIGN AND FINISH, IS UNSUE?
PASSED lu this country.
Jrders through mail will receive same attention a_
when Riven in person,
-.ddress lettera WATHAN & COMPANY,
No. 199 Mercer street, Now York.
Drawings and Estimates upon application.
TODD & OAPFERTT,
ENGINEERS &. FOUNDERS,
Office anil Works, Pateraon, New .1 trio jr.
WABEHOUeB, NO. 4 DE .-STREET, N. Y.
MANUFACTURERS OF STATIONARY AND PORT?
ABLE STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS; Flax,
lemp, Tow, Oakum, and Rope Machinery; Shafting,
illll Gearing, Iron and Brass Castings of aU _ln.<s;
?/athoB, Planing Machinen, Drllla; Shaping, Slotting and
Joring Machines; Gear Cutters, Centering, Milling and
lolt-Out ting Machines; Chucks of all hinds. Leather
ind Rubber Belting, Lace Leather, Bolt nooka, and
raneral Supplies for Railroad and other Machine Shops,
iadson A Snow'u Patent Goyernors. Saw Mills, Cotton
Jins, Presses, &o., constantly on hand.
TODD k RAFFERTY.
March 20 ly No. 1 Dey-Street, N. Y.
NOLEN & STEERS,
9_d Htr.ot and Second Avcnni, New York,
WHOLESALE AND IlETAIL DEALERS
IN ALI. KIM-. OV
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BASH DOORS, BLINDS, AND BOX BHOOKS.
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v onldlngu aent on application. .
December / lyr
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October 23 I??