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x# »*ldi«r*.Wal»Maaa Watoheo.
Let every soldier, before he iWwrae heme, pro
vide hlmeelf with *n A meric in Watch; no belter
« can be mad* of money than to Inreet It la
one of tbeae durable aad accurate ttme-piec**.
It la a klad of property that constantly rftQraa
good Interest, aad It# awney rail* la SO wall
known that a pocket full of .liter doUaiu wouldn't
he as uaefaL.
Bold by all taepectabl# wetoh maker*.
THE AMERICAN WATCH CO.,
OOlccs Broadway, If. ¥.
)#»-3w___
CARHART, WHTTFORD 4 CO,
MA5TCTACTUREH3 AND WHOLESALE
DEALER* IN
READY-MADE CLOTBINS,
ggl and SMS Broadway, Ceraer of
Worth fit.. New lorh.
WTNRY shaker, WM h. whitkord,
/ b Van VaGENES, a. T. HAMILTON.
CTOfflc* of Patau * Ca*ha*t, In Ikjeidation.
jelJ-fcn_
cTFrTT«e¥.
THE IMMENSE STOCK.
NOW IN THE
THREE LARGE WAREROOMS,
Covering an Area of 14.0UO square feet, (entrance*
460 Broadway and 16 Croeby street.) being the
largest ueortmert of
CARRIAGES
ever offered In New York, will now be sold at
GREATLY REDUCE# PRICES.
O. WITTY,
my id—da 450 Broadway.
M. LEVY,
lit Warren Street, New l ark,
MANUFACTURER OF
WINES OF ALL KINDS,
Warranted to Way in all climate*.
No order* received for leu than three M
Credit «ix month* for satisfactory note*.
If good* do not gir* satisfaction, will be taken
back free of all expeneea.
1 solicit the trade of my old easterner*,
a pi 5—Am___
BUNTING FLAGS,
Ait sixes, from 3 to 30 fut on hand.
Send order* early, before 4th July, to
HOJER * fiRAHAM,
97 Duane tit., New York,
• And good* will be sent by express.
C.O. D.
SHOW YOUR COLORS.
my9>—3m __
HOWE’S PREMIUM
STANDARD SCALES,
IN GENERAL USE BY THE U. & GOVERN
MENT.
Wilder'* Patent Salamander Safes.
IngenoU s Hay and Cotton Preu.
Every Scale. Safe and Preu Warranted.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue aad Price Ll*t.
HP Agent# Wanted- _
HOWE A BOUYIEB
194 Broadway.
ay it—dm _New York,
Raynolds, Pratt & Co,,
(tSTa»L!38<9 IN 1770.)
Manufacturer*, Importers and Wbelesale
Dealer* in
WHITE LEAD, ZINC WHITE.
COLORED PAINTS,
OILS and VARNISHES,
Artists’ and Painters’ Materials,
petroleum a*d its products,
Nos, lot sand 10S Fnlton Street,
KEW YORK.
jel6— !m
BAGS! BAGS! BAGS!
THE subscriber* are prepared to furnish BAGS
of every description, either is large or small
quaatitiu f for Flour, Grain, Feed. Menl. Salt,
Ac. Ao? Paper BAGS, from a quarter of a
pound to fifty pounds, constantly on hand.
Theu 9aG8 are iadlapeoaabl* for grocer* and
general retailer*.
Fries U*U sens on application. niuw*. uis
coonte to the trade.
B. E. CLARK A CO.,
36 Pearl Street, comer Whitehall St,
my IB—lyNew Tort City.
DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS
and
WOOD MOULDINGS,
Constantly on band, an* made to order, of any
description,
wholesale and retail.
All order* by mall will recaire prompt atten
tion. W1L H. JENKINS.
Late
JENKINS A PORTER,
No. 347 CANAL S1REET.
)«3&~3mNew Torh.
J. C. DAYTON * CO.,
Bnoceeeore to Dayton, Sprague A Co.,
RECTIFIERS
and Dealer* in
FOREIGN A DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
WINES Ac.,
And Mannfact-iier* of ALCOHOL A COLOGNE
Spirit, 96 percent,
107 Float street, and 34 and 36 Deabroeeee afreet,
New York.
• A large etock of Superior Old Rs* and Bourbon
Whlefcy on hand."
_KaeebHMed in 1844._»y»
North River Agricultural Works.
GRlFFI.NO BROS. 4k Co.,
PROPRIETORS.
38 A 60 Cenrtlud Street,
NEW YORK,
Manufacturers of plows, harrows,
Cultivators, Cotton Sweep*. Cora Mills, Cot
ton Gin#, Ac. Every implement wanted by the
Planter. Also, dealers in Field and Carden Seeds.
fi~V agent* for Brace’s Concentrated Manors,
Bone. Ac. Send for circular._J«9- 3m
EetnbUeked A. D. 1804,
Umbrellas and Parasols,
ISAAC SMITH, SON & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS,
4M Broadway,
],9Ma NEW YORK.
SCHENCE’S MACHrWEHT DEPOT.
j*cob b. schenck. a«s*t,
We. TO Maiden Lane, ... Wew York.
Woodworth Plaeli*. Toaeuia* and Orooslaf Mm
ekiass. Sash and Blind MaeSusry; Portable and 8a
tiooATT SiMtm Lug.at* aad Boll#*, *#d #11 kisdt ot
Meeklasryfor wolklai wood sad Iron. Also n .aye
«or«jaall6r*f Leather BoUleg, Rnbber Bolling. Pack
‘“Srdeta retpScStally solicited, which srtll rooolT*
^"ijg^koforonro is Richmond ■ Messrs• Orsea A Alice,
sndMeeata- John AOeo. Olbson.
Posorther* Snprssa ropy,mad send bUUetteen •
Alien- *yn-dm
HEW YOBtt APYrET18EBTT»
DUNCAN. SHERMAN &C0.
HA-VKKKH.
convex or rums Nassau sts ,
Iimm Circular Nmi and Circular Luurr* uf
Credit,
Tor tho um of TRAV11LU3 abroad uad luth* Caltod
SUtoo, ovwUbto to all tbo priaclp*l ettleo of tho world.
Alia, Commercial Credit*,
Tor uio lu Europo, K*»t of tho Capo of Good Hopo,Wo»t
ladle*, South America and tho Tutted Stttoo. JoJ--Jm
YERM1LYE * CO.,
BANKERS AND DEALERS IN GOVERNMENT
SECURITIES.
44 Wall Street, Hew TorU.
ALL dames of GOVERNMENT BTOCK8
bought and aold at market rataa.
Interest allowed on depoaita.
Orders for stocks executed on commission.
■y»-3a VERMILYE 4 CO.
~EINSTEIN,
ROSENFELD
& Co.,
Bankers,
No. 8 Broad Street,
New Yorjc.
We draw at sight, and at sixty days,
on London, Paris, Frankfort, and all
other principal cities of Europe.
Parties opening current accounts may
deposit and draw at their convenience,
the same as with the City Banks, and
will be allowed interest on all balances
over One Thousand Dollars, at the rate
of four per cent, per annum. Orders
for the purchase or sale of various issues
of Government and other Stocks, Bonds,
and Gold, executed vO Commission.
j«6—eod3m __
LOCKWOOD & C0.t '
BANKERS,
Have removed from No. 52 Wiliam street to
Yo«. 91 Broadway and O Wall SU,
iVAir YORK.
Orders for the Porch***- aud Sale of Got era*
meat and other securitiesexecated on the usu
al terms. ...
Bank end Individual account* received, and
interest allowed upou current balances, which
may be checked for at sight or after ten days’ no
tice. je9—eodam
Tienky clews & CO.,
BANKERS,
Mo. 19 Wall fit.. Nevr York.
GOVERNMENT AGENTS
VOS Till BALK OP THE
r. H. “7 3-10 LOAN.”
Full commisaious allowed to all parties pur
chasing for others or resale.
All denominations on band ready for immedi
ate delivery. , . , .
A>I kinds of securities bought and sold on com
mint to a.
Account# of banks, bankers and individuals
received. Four per cent, allowed on deposit,
and daily balances whioh may be drawn for
without notiq.-._ w..ao-«o.i9-.
BRIDGES & LANE,
MANCPACTCKXM AND DBALSBS IN
RAIL'lOAD & CAR FINDINGS,
AND
Nlmcltimery of every Oracrlptlon.
A140,
Taft’s Patent Rolling Lever Skears
« AND P1NU1EN.
50 Conrtlandt Street,
Corner of Greenwich,
YEW YORK.
RAILROAD AXLES, WHr-ELB, CHAIRS,
SPIKES. BOLTS. NUTB, WASHERS,
CAR. SHIP AND BRIDGE BOlTS
Iron Forffine* of Yarloua Kluda,
Axe.. See.
Steel and Rubber Springs,
Locomotive aud Hand Lanterns
Portable Forge, and Jack Screws,
Cotton Duck for Car Covers.
Bra., and Silvsr Trimmings,
Belting of all kinds,
Baggage Checks, Ac., Ac.
Also, Agents for the Manufacturers of Car Head
Linings.
ALBERT BRIDGES. JOEL C. LANK.
[jy 1—6m]
J. T. GOODWIN * CO..
mamupactumm and wiolbsalb DiALiaa in
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
And Agents for the sale of
Cotton Gins.
NOS. 29 AND 31 FULTON STREET,
n, —0£_NlV YOU.
HENRY SPEAK,
Printer, Stationer,Lithographer,
A NO
BLANR-BOOK MANUFACTURER,
133 Pearl and Sfl Beaver Streets,
JelO-eoamYEW YORK.
rTHE PRIVATE FAMILIES AND STORE
KEEPERS OP RICHMOND, YA„ AND
VICINITY.—The great advance in price* of eve
ry article of domestic use irst brought out
Kelt's East India Coffee.
Since its introduction in 1861. so well liked bee
It become in consequence of Its excellent flavor
and very healthy properties, besides its great
economy—being only half the price of the best
Java Coffee—that it has tound its way into i early
every private family, hotel, restaurant and board
ing bouse in the principal cities of the East,
North and West, and as it undoubtedly will in
the South.
Kent'* East India Coffee
la prepared from pure Coffee and Dande ion Root,
which la knowu as possessing great nourishing
and invigorating powers, and when properly
roasted and mixed with pure Coffee is free from
the de.eterious effects produced by the ordinary
store coffee*, or pure coffee alone.
Kent'* East India Coffee
prodrees no nervoas excitement nor headache,
nut la healthy, palatable and nourishing. It can
oe used by the invalid as well aa by the strongest
person.
The eminent Dr. Pam says:
“Kent’* East India Coffee
is worthy of all praiae, and should be used by
all economical housekeepers.”
Professor Upbah, one of oar most eminent
chemists, says: "I consider
Kent’s East India Coffee
a national blessing. I have been unable to uie
any eotfce for over twenty years past, until Kent’s
East India Coffee was recommended to me. It
produces neither hsadsche nor nervous prostra
lion of ths system, as is the case of every other
coffee I have ever used."
The eminent Bishop Ames, Bishop Potter, Bishop
Baker, Rev. Dr. Richardson. Profcaor Jsa. Boyle,
Dr. Eauea and many other of our moat distin
guished men, all bear testimony to the greet ex
cellence of RESTS EAST INDIA COFFEE aa a
pleasant, wholesome family beverage, combined
with household eoonomy, while to the storekeeper
it afforr s a handsome profit and gives general
satisfaction to hi* customers
Heat’s East India Coffee
is packed In papers containing one pound, true
weight and retains its delightful aroma any
length of time. It Is packed io cases containing
36 60 and 1U>' lb*, lor grocers and large consumers.
The Bust India Coffee Company’s depot la at
164 Reade street. New York.
RICHARD DA Visa
mySO—4Ja «od3m 3twtm It w3m
HEW YORK ADVERTISENUTS.
THE
HEW YORK DAILY AND WEEKLY
NEWS,
BENJAMIN WOOD.Editor and Proprietor.
DAILY HEWS.
Oki Copt one year.f 10 OO
Oki Copt tlx month*. ft OO
WEEKLY HEWS.
Oki Copt oae year.f 9 OO
Fov* Copixi one year. 7 OO
Tim Cor in one year.. 17 OO
Twiktt Conn one year. SO 00
* * * * And an EXTRA copy to any
Club of TEH.
FOB BALE BY NEWS DEALEB8.
Send name* for rpecimen coplea.
Address,
BENJAMIN WOOD,
Daily New* Dulldlmff,
Ho. lO City Hill Square,
mv*)—6m_ New York.
HENRY M. MORRIS.
Tobacco and general commission
Merchant, and Importer of
LICORICE, GUMS. BEANS, OILS,
HAVANA SUGARS, &c.,
No- 99 Pearl Street.
NEW YORK.
Mr. wu. L. HILL, formerly of Hill A Norfleet,
Richmond, Va., and CHAM. D. UILL, of North
Carolina, are associated with me. and will be
glad to serve their Southern friends.
Jei4—3mHENRY M. MORRIS,
FOWLE & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
11 BOOTH WILLIAM STREET,
NtW FORK.
ap%—6m ___
IMPORTANT ANNO UNCEMENT'
GREAT PALE OF
Watches, Chains, Diamond Rings,
One Million Dollar*' Worth!
TO BE PliiPOKgi) or
AT ONE DOLLAR EACH!
WITHOUT HK0AK1) TO VALUE.
Nat ta be paid fur until you kuou what you are ta
receive: Splendid livt of Articles! All ta be
Said at One Dollar Each !
jiw Musical Boxoh, • - *20 to tl50 each,
iso do do with Bella aud
Caatiuetn, • • . roo soa
500 Sliver Teapots and Coffee Urus, 20 50
loo do ChaBtig l>lnhe», • *0 loo
I»oo do Ice Pitchers, - *“ »*
2500 do (Syrup Cups with 8alvers, Vo 5o
5iM0 do (Sublets audDtluklag Cup* 5 50
UO V BRlVni * • W
Sum do Fruit, Curd aud Cuke Ban
kets, - 20 M
5000 Dozen Sliver Tea Spoons, • to ru do«.
loooo do do Table do. aud Forks, 20 4»*
250 Oeuts'Oold Hunting-Case Watches 60 150 i-scb
250 Ladies’ Oold aud Enameled Huut
lug Case Watches, • • >5 7*
500 Oeuts' Uunt’gCasebilver Watcheeko 70
200 Dismoud lttugs. • • 60 loo
5ooo Uold Vest sun Xeck Chains, 4 so
Sooo “ Oval Baud Bracelets, -4 s
5000 Jet and Uold Bracelets, • * lo
20iw Cbateialne Chains aud U'rd Ch'ns 5 20
7000 Solitaire and Uold Brooches, 4 lo
sooo Cotal, Opal aud Emerald Broochoe 4 s
sooo Mosaic, Jot, Lava aud Florentine
Ear Drops, . - -40
75oO Coral, Opal and Emerald Ear-drops 4 e
4000 Caliloruta Diamond Breast-plus 2 50 10
3000 Oold Fob aud i eat Watch-keys, 2 50 s
4000 Fob and Voet Ktbbou-slldoa, 3 10
5000 Sets Solitaire Meeve-buitons, Muds
*0. * I •
3000 Ooiu Thimbles, Pencils, Ac. 4 e
loooo Miniature Lockets, - 2 50 lo
4ooo “ •* Magic Spring, lo 20
3000 Oold Toothpicks, Crosses, Ac. 2 s
5ooo Plain Gold Blags, - 4 lo
Sooo Chased Uold Klugs, • 4 11
loose Stone Set and Signet Rings, 2 50 10
leooo California Diamond Kings, -2 lo
7500 bets Ladles’ J*wetry---Jet aud
Oold, • • 6 15
|W>»0 S*uLadl**'J*welry--Cam*o,Pesrl,
Opal and othor siouea, 4 IS
10000 Oold Pens, Silver Extension Hold
ers aud Peuci Is, • 4 10
loooo Gold Pens and Gold Monnted
Holders, - e to
5000 Oold Psus and Gold Ext. Holders 15 25
Sooo Ladies’Gilt aud Jet Buckles, 5 15
Sooo •• •• •• Hair Bars and
BalU, * • - 5 10
ARKAXDALE Is Co., Manufacturers' Agfa.
Bo. 107 BROADWAY, .NEW YORK,
Announce that all of theaboveliat of goods will be
sold for One Dollar ouch.
lu consequence of tbe great stagnation of trade in tbe
manufacturing districts ul England, through tb* war
having cut off the supply of cuitou, a large qunutltr of
Valuaole Jewelry, originally Intended lor tbe English
market, has been seut of for sal* In tbit country, AXD
M C8T BE SOLD ATAXY SACRIFICE! Cuder these
circumstances, AKKAXDALK A CO., acting as agents
for the principal Kuropoaa manufacturers. have re
solved upon a great Gi/i Apportionment to be divided ac
cording to the Following regulation*:
Certificates of the various articles are put Into en
velopes indiscriminately, sealed up. aud when order
ed, are taken out without regard to coulee, and sent by
mall, thus showing no favoritism. On receipt of the
certificate you will see what you are to have, and then
It la at your option to aend the dollar and take the ar
ticle or not. Purchaser! may thus obtain a Gold
Watch, Diamond King, or any set of Jewelry on our
list for On* Dollau.
Send Hi Cento lor Certificate.
In all transaction# by mall we shall charge for for
warding the Certificates, paving postage and doing tbo
business, 25 coots each, which must be euclostd when
the Certificate Is sent for. Five Certlficstes will be
seut for *1, eleven for *2, thirty for ?5, sixty-five fur
•lo, on* hundred for 115.
What the “ Pres* ” Sav of l?a.
Great Gtrr DiHTaififTiog,—A rare opportunity ia
offered for obtaining watches, chains, diamond riuga,
silverware, ete.,by Messrs. Armndale A Co., at Xo.
147 Broadway. They have an immense stock cf arti
cles, varying In Taiue, and all are offered at fil each.
The distribution Is very fairly done: You agree to take
a certificate of a eortaiu article, enclosed lu an envel
op*. aud are not required to pay your dollar unless yon
oro satisfied with me article, which will certainly be
worth mure than that amount, aud may be fiSu or floe.
An excellent mode this of Investing a dollar.-■-.Sunday
Asms, .V. V. IVy. ftb. 1*. 1*>5.
Messrs. Arraudaie A Co. have lone been personally
known lo us, and we believe them to be every way
worthy of public confidence.•••A’ Y SnttiA Ammean
Jour ., June II, l«4.
We have Inspected, at tbe office of Arrandaln A Co.'*
Agency for European Manufacturing Jewellers,n large
assortment of fashionable and valuable Jewelry of the
newest patterns We also noticed a large quantity of
.iiwevniiio ami nndtntAnd that Ihn wholst al lh«tH
newly tmpurted article! are to be disputed of on a novel
nr In iple, giving great advantages to buyer*, and af
fording extensive employment to agent*. Wekaowtbe
firm lu qneatton to be very respectable and thoroughly
worthy of public confidence, and recommend our
friend* to read their advertisement.---JV. Y. Albion,
Soft. I, UM.
By Messrs Arrandale ft Co.’* arrangement, the ad
vantage* must be on the tide of the customer, lor be
has everything to gain and nothing comparatively to
lose. Ue know* what be will get for hi* dollar before
hand, and be need not *«nd It If be is not satisfied.—
N. Y. Weekly Snot, Auy. *, 1»M.
Kgri oTutST fob Lapiks.—The moat eligible and
profitable employment we have beard of for ladle* Is
the Hale of certificates for the Urest (lift Distribution of
Arrandale ft Co. A lady of our aoauaintance bas been
very successful la ibis way, not only la filling her own
parse, but also la doing s good turn to those to whom
abe sold lb# certificates, as will be teen by our adver
tising columns. Gentlemen cau also be thus engaged.
.—AT. I’. Sunday Mercury, Auy M, MM.
In our column!, the reader will find an advertisement
ol Arrandale ft Co.’s Gift Distribution of watches, Jew •
•fry and silverware, lu payment of that advertise
ment w* received several sets of the Jewelry adver
tised, and we are warranted lu saying that, both In fiu
lsb and quality, they exceeded our expectation*. They
turned out to be Just wbat they bud been represented.
..-True Democrat (lyvietoum), Auy. II, MM.
The Britiek Whiy, of kinyeton, C. W., says, -Nov. Sfith,
MM, one of our lady subscribers became an agent fur
Arrandale ft Co., and by request brought Home twenty
articles sent as prlie* for her ageucy, to this office for
Inspection, and without hesitation we can state that
each and all of Ibe article* were worth treble the
amount of cost to the recipients, and Home of them six
limes.
We have seen some very pretty specimens of Table
and Tea-spoons, Oold Watches, Ladies’ Chains, Plus,
Bracelets, etc , which have been eent by Arrandale ft
Co. to this place for *1 escb.----ta»«ftco fieporter, K V.
State. Me 15. 1S«5.
AGENTS.—We want agents in evert’ regiment, and
In every town and county In the country, and those
acting aasuch will be allowed lu cent* cn every Certi
ficate ordered by them, provided tae remittance
amount* to fit. Agnuts will collect ts cents for every
Certificate, and remit IS cents to us, either in cash or
nostage stamps. ARRANDALB ft CO.,
‘jvD-eudra* 161 Broadway, X. V.
DIB YE AS’ MAIZEUA
WAS the oaly "preparation for food from In
dian Corn" that received a medal and
honorable mention from the Royal Commission
ers, the co cpstltion of all prominent manufac
turers of ’ Corn Starch" and "Prepared Corn
Flour" of this and other countries notwithstand
ing. MAIZES A, the food and 1 xnry of the age,
without a single fault. One trial will oonvince
the most skeptical. Make* Puddings, Cake*, Cns
tarda, Blanc Mange, Ac., without isinglass, with
few or no eggs, at a cost astonishing the most
economical. A slight addition to ordinary wheat
flour greatlv Improve* bread and cake. It la also
excellent for thickening sweet sauce*, graviee for
flah and meat, soup*. Ac. For Ice cream nothing
can compare with it. A little boiled in milk wilt
produce rich oream for coffee, chocolate, tea, Ac.
Put up in one pound package#, under the trade
mark Maixena, with direction* for uae.
A moat deliolooa article of food for children
and invalid* of all ages. For tale by Grocers and
Druggiata everywhere. „ _ .
wholesale Depot, 166 Fnlton st, New York.
je36—ly WILLIAM DUBYKA,Genl Agent
~~ ■ TEA S~
CHEAP FOB CASH :
Gunpowder, Imperial, fte.,
Oolong, Japan and Breakfast, fine quality.
JAMES CASSIDY,
j#l--eod«m* 1M Frost street, New York.
PHIL A. ADVERTISEMENT*.
BOLTING CLOTHS,
IMPORTED AND FOB SALE BY
JACOB B. RITTER,
S3 North Promt Ntrfrt,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Je30—3m_
DRY GOODS
FOB WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE.
NEW GOODSOEWPRICES
Cl'R WET, STOOD ART Ji BRO.
Are in ually receipt of seasonable
DRY GOODS
From the New York and Philadelphia
PANIC AUCTION SALES.
Black Drees SUka,
Fancy Drew Wilks,
Spring and Summer Drew Goode
Mouaellne De Latnee,
Black and Colored Alpaca*,]
Shawls, Cloaks,
Goods tor Men and Boy*' Wear,
Mourning Goods,
Furnishing goods,
Table Linen*, ,
Counterpanes,
* Blanket*, Ac., Ac.,
Domestic Goods,
Sheeting and Shirting,
Muslins, Calicoes and GlngUama, Ac., Ac.
Onr large and varied trade enable* os to pnr
ohate any description of Goods which are sacri
ficed at auction, and renders onr establishment
one of the most popular In Philadelphia (or fam
ily custom.
To prosecute an active trade, we aeil ail kinds
of goods at a small advance on auction price*.
CUBWEN, 8T0DDABT A BRO.,
460, 463 and 464. Nortn 3d,
aplB—d3m PHILADELPHIA, PA.
STUART & PETERSON,
PHILADELPHIA, Pa,
Manufacturers ol
ENAMELLED, TINNED AND PLAIN
Hollowware
Also, a variety of other ai tides suitable for the
HARDWARE TRADE.
COOKING, PARLOR AND HEATING
STOVES,
of the moat Improved pattern*
A L WAY t! 0*/ hAlil).
apl7—8m
BUTLER & M’CARTY,
Ne. 131 .V Second Street,
PHILADELPHIA,
giNmCTCSlIUI OP
GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES,
THIMBLES, SHIELDS, and
SILVER SPOONS,
And importer* and wholesale dealer* in
Gold and Sliver, American and Swiss Watcqcs,
of all grade*.
A foil assortment of ePECTACLES, English und
French Blned Steel, Plated, Ac.
VULCANITE GOODS, of all kind*, such a* Vest
■ Chain*, Chatelaine, Ac.
PLATED SPOONS, FORKS, Ac.
watch materials, watch glasses.
A line htoek ot
Jewelry.
of every variety, and on the best terms.
Order* promptly attended to.
BUTI ER A McCARTY,
my30—TnThASaSm* Philadelphia.
"tishwang.
The GREAT CHINESE REME
DY for dieeuaee of a private nature; put np
In boxes, lu lozeoger form, has no bad odor, or
bad taste, can be carried In the vest pocket with
perfect safety and I* a euro care for disease* of
a private nature. From one to three boxes will
perform a care. Price tl a box, or throe boxes
fori 3 60. Sold by ail druggist*, or aent by mall
to any address, on receipt ot the money, by
JOHN J. KROM SR,
my 11—3m 403 Cheatnnt at, Philadelphia.
R. RANH’S SPEC! EIC.—The old
e*t and moat reliable medicine for the enre
of Spermatoebcea, Seminal Weakness, Loss of
Power, Ac. This medicine has stood the test
of over thirty years and ha* always proved a
•nooMi.
Dr. Rand's Specific la exhibited in the form
of pills, made op entirely of anbsUnce* that
b*ve a specific effect upon the generative or
gana. Host persona associate the idea of oj
tions upon the bo we la from taking any klnu of
pill*. The Specific of Dr. Rand is not intended
a* an evacuating medicine. Its medicinal vir
tue* are expended entirely npon the impaired re
generative organa. The pills are not nnpleasant
to the taste, and many persons masticate them
with Impunity before swallowing them, which
plan we wonld always recommend, as afferdlug
the speediest way to get the effect of the reined v.
Price 91 per box, or six boxes for 96. Sold f»y
Druggists everywhere. JOHN J. KUOMER,
Wholesale Agent, 403 Cheatnnt Street,
my 3—3m Philadelphia, Pa.
R1TNKENNENN I’URElk.-The
Inebriate may now bid defiance to the temp
ting cnp. I>r. Zane's antidote for atrong drink
Is a certain core for drunkenness. It creates a
dislike for strong drink, and can be administered
witboutthe knowledge of the patient.
Descriptive circulars cent to any address. For
sale by all respectable drnggUts in the United
States and Canadas. Price *1 per box, or pack
ages of six boxes for 96.
JQHN J. KROMER.
Wholesale Agent, 403 Chestnut Street,
my 3—3m Philadelphia. Pa.
KHuntiK H uain as a av.-rirn
CENTS A BOX.—Boxes larger than dye*
that aell for <1. Natural, durable, beautiful.—
Wrranted to please. This article has been tho
roughly tested by Dr. Chilton of New York and
Professors Booth and Garrett of Philadelphia,
who pronounce it free from all poleonone In
gredients, and the material composing it will
not Injure the rnoet delicate hair. Bold by
druggists and fancy goods dealers everywhere.
JOHN J. KRONER,
Bole Proprietor, 4U8 Chestnut Street,
my 3—3m Philadelphia's.
BALTIMORE ADVEKTISM'TN
BURROUGH BROTHERS,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
51 and Stt Light N«., Baltimore,
Maryland.
Importers and Dealers In
CHEMICALS, DYE-STUFFS, PAINTS, OILS,
VARNISHES, ETC.
Manufacturers’ Agents for the sale of Window
Glass, Glassware, and Conestoga Company’s
Corks. jel3— lm
j. smthTsonT
Wholesale^G-rooers
LiqilOR NEKCH AHTN,
3$ CHEAPSIDE,
Baltimore, Maryland.
m}30_
DRUID BITTERN is s pure and In
vigorating tonic, very palatable and highly
medicinal, having the moat wonderful effect upon
all diseases of the Stomach, Liver and Kidneys,
snch as
Dyspepsia,
Weak Stomach,
Loss of Appelit',
Indigestion,
Heartburn,
Sick Headache,
Fever and Ague,
I.oes of Bleep,
Depression of Spirits,
And all those diseases pertain ing to a weak and
impaired constitution. Try them! They will
build yon up and restore health and vigor to the
whole system. They are perfectly harmless in their
composition,being purely vegetable, and can be
need by the most delicste of either sex with
charming effect. J. SMITH A SON,
Wholesale agents, 35 Cbeapside. .
Baltimore, Nd.
For aale by all Grocers, Druggists, Hotels and
Reataeranta. my 30—SawtAl
Lottery TiCKETN.-riizet cn*h
ed in all legalized Lotteries. Infoi nation
given, circulars sent free by addressing
J08EPH BATES,
Jy3-3a 11 Wall street, New York,
0
BALTIMORE ADVERTISM*T§.
JOHN M. OREM. W. MORRIS OREM.
OEO. B. CHASE.
John M. Orem, Son & Co.,
mroimi and wholvai.r dxalf.rs in
LTotki. CaMlmereN, Vr«tlng»,
Piece Trimming*,
And goods exolueivoly adapted to men's wear.
No. 938 Baltimore St., Baltimore.
my 30—19m__
SISCO BROTHERS,
MANtTPACTrRKRR OF
I. O. 0. F. & MASONIC
R EG ALIA.
(J. N. Milk anti Bunting Flag*
All sizes constantly on band.
Or BANNERS MADE TO ORDER. 43
98 Baltimore Ntreet,
Opposite Holliday, Baltimore, Md.
my 30—3m
"WM, A. BOYD&CaT
Leaf and Manufactured
TOBACCO COMMISSION MKBCdANTfl,
No. 33 South Strift,
Baltimore, Md.
WM. A. BOYD,
B. F. GEES,
my30—3mWM. A. BOYD, Je.
II. PENDEXTEK & CO.
suocxssora to fkxubxti*, aldin a co.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
for thk sale of
BOOTS & SHOES BY THE CASE,
390 Baltimore Street,
my 30—6aBALT1M0BE.
CARSON * CO.
BANKERS,
204 Baltimore Street, Baltimore
Gold and silver,
STERLING EXCHANGE,
STOCKS. BONDS AND SECURITIES
BO (.'OUT A IN 13 NOI.13.
Collections made on all point*.
my 94—6m
WM. PAUL & CO. "
NTATIONEBN At BI.AAIa BOOK
MANUFACTURERS,
Wo. 22 Water Street.
BALTIMORE.
A fall snpply of Stationibt always on band
del 3—3m
H/OS, RRAIDS, CURIA, H’ATCRPAUAI
J. HANEY,
111 West Baltimore street, Baltimore,
(Late of Mala at., Richmond,)
KEEPS constantly on htnd md makes to order at
shortest notice, every description of newest style
bslr work for ladies and gentlemen at moderate prices.
For anv Information address J. HANEY,
J*3--im1*1 Baltimore si,, Baltimore.
4 I'RTAlM, (JPIIOLUTEKIlti,
AND
HOUSE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT.
WALTER CROOK, JR.,
990 weal Haltimore Ml., null.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
CURTAINS,
AND WINDOW SHADES
Of every description.
FURNITURE COVERINGS,
TAMBOUR AND
NOTTINGHAM
LACE CURTAINS,
VENETIAN BLINDS,
PIANO AND TABLE COVERS,
GIMPS, FRINGES,
AND TRIMMINGS,
DAMASK, REPS, HAIR CLOTH
AND SILK MATERIALS,
By the yard or piece.
Curtains, Draperies, and interior Decoration
at abort notice.
Estimates sent by mail to yo nr own measure
menu_my 97—3m
bTELLMANN, HINRIC11S&C0.
IMPORTERS AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 91 Hanovkr Strut,
BALTIMORE.
Beg to direct the attention of the trade to tbelr
large and well aworted stock of
FOREIGN A DOMESTIC FANCY DRY GOODS,
Via: Host-ry, Gloves, Worsted*,
Corset*, Patent Thread*, Skirt Braid*
Elastic Cords and Braids, Suspenders,
Traveling Shirts, Hoop Skirt*,
Spool Cotton*, Ac.. Ac.
AH of which will be sold at price* fully corres
ponding with the heavy decline in the gold pre
mlnm and foreign exchange._my 13—3m
BURNS & SLOAN,
LUMBER DEALERS
139 Lioav Strkkt Wharf,
BALTIMORE, MD.
HAVE on hand a large assortment of seasoned
mildlng LUMBER, lnclod ug Shingle* and
Laths, a hicb they offer for sale at the lowest
market rate*, for cash.
S3- All orders will receive onr prompt atten
tion. myl9—3m*
E. LION. WM. BRAUL.
LION & BRAUL.
VANtTFACTOBIBS OF
TRUNKS AND CARPETBAGS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
989 nnd 9891-9 W. Pratt Ml.,
BALTIMORE, MD.
WE have added to onr TRUNK ESTABLISH
MENT, a CARPET BAG FACTORY, and
are prepared to furnish all goods in onr lino at
New York price*. LION A BKAUL,
my36—3m*Baltimore, Md.
vir tv v . „ /v TV TV
▼ T • XeF „ 1TA V/ X V X-* »
Successor to Kaverson A McCord,
wholesale DEALER IN
HO FT, FUR AND WOOL HATH.
CAPS AND STRAW GOODS,
970 Baltimore Street,
Opposite Hanover Street,
my25—3m BALTIMORE.
J. B. CHAHRON It CO.,
8oie agent* in the United States for Charrcn, Per* &
File, Burgundy; Emile Belmont A Co., Peris, Bor
deaux sud Cognac, producer* and consignor* of
Wines, Bmndlri, Liquor*. and Importers of Ha
rsns Cigars, hare on hand and otter for rale choice
old Cognac and Champagne Brandies, Old Madeira,
Sherrv and Port Wines, superior Bordeaux Clarets
and liurguudy Wines, choice brands Champagne
Wines, Holland Oln, Scotch Whisky, London Brown
Bloat, Porter and Scotch Ale. Also on consignment,
PURE OLD RYB BOURBON WHISKYS,
n»r. Hanovtr amd lombard St,,
1*3--3m_ BALTIMORE.
BAER A CRANE,
BIDES AND LEATHER,
No. 9 Water Htrcet, Baltimore
ARTHUR P. BAER. J. C. CRANE.
Advances made on Consignments of Hides and
Leather. jelO—Im
Mahon a hamLi.vn cabinet
Urgnis.-Powerful and cheap— lond
voioed and low priced—for parlors, schools and
churches These Instruments havathe automat
ic (well, knee stop, and double bellows, and are
the finest Instruments now made. Steinway &
Sons’ celebrated Plano Fortes of everj style fo.
sale.by CHARLES S. BENTEEN,
Agent for the above Factories,
No. 80 W. Fayette St., Baltimore, Md.
jolO—6ro
WrILL1A.TI F. RICHSTEI If,
17H W. Baltimore Street. BALTIMORE, Md.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Book*, Stationery land Fancy Ar
ticles, Photographic Albums
and Card*.
Ordera by mail promptly attended to.
Send for onr wholesale price circular.
[Jed—inl
Frank l. morling, florist and seedsman,
No. I N. RntmwBt., sdjoislng Eulaw lion**. Bou
quet*. Basket>i, Aquarium* and Rustic Work. Nur
iVr1*«, Hook.town Road, tdjolnlng Druid Hill Park,
Baltimore, Md. Orses Hoa*s, Hot Hon**, and Bedding
PlauU and Koi««, Fruit and Ornamental Tree* and
Shrubs; Garden Needs, Flower Seeds, Root* and Bnlbe.
■aTLandtcape Gardening will receive prompt atten
tion. royi*--lr*
AYNARD, ELY A ROSE. TANNERS AND
CURRIERS—Dealers in all kinds of Leather
and Shoe Findings—have In store a large assort
ment of French and American Calf Skins. Patent
Leather, Lasting* Lasts, Ac.. Ac., Osk and
Hemlock Sole Leather, Ac., and manufacturers
Of Boot, Gaiter and Shoe Uppers. No. 46 Cslvert
street, Baltimore, Md, j« 30—3m
BALTIMORE APVEttTISM’Tg. <
MALT Bl' HOUSE,
A. B. MILLER, Pkopkiitok,
Pr«tt Street, Baltimore, McL,
THIS Hooae having been lately thoronghly re
fitted and refarnixhed render* it* accommo
dation* second to none in the city.
J*7—3in
LEONARD'PASSANO, '
•d«*4 W. ItBltiraore Street,
BALTIMORE.
IMPOKTIB AMO OBALEB IN
FANCY OOOD&
NOTIONS,
PEBFUMEBY,
HOSIERY,
CUTLERY, and
FURNISHINO GOODS.
I3"0rder* solicited
KJ“And Prompt attention given
je39—3m
B. P. VILLI*. R. T. ADAM*.
PAPER WAREHOUSE,
W1LL1N Ml AUA1NH.
The SUBSCRIBERS MANUFACTURE AND
keep on Rale all kind* of BOOK AND NEWS
PAPER, or mannfactnre to ordar any size and
weight. Alto, a large selection of WRITING
PAPER, viz: Flat Cap, Demys, Medium, Fools
cap, Letter and Note, together with everything
to be fonnd In a tirxt-clai* Paper Warehonse,
which we offer at the lowest cash prices.
Give ua a call. WILLIS k ADAMS,
No. 13, S. Charles, corner German,
iny 39—3m__Baltimore, Md.
DAVID T. BUZBY,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN BUTTER, CHEESE,
WESTERN PRODUCE.
AOENT FOR KINSKORD’S OSWEUO STARCH,
bTICKNBY AND POOR’S MUSTARD,
No. 6 Exchange Place,
Jei-im_BALTIMORE, MP.
SMITH k CURLETT~
manufacturers of
IOAPS AND TALLOW CANDLES,
Corner of Holliday and Pleaeanl utreeln,
BALTIMORE.Jel--»m
WM. DEVRIES & CO.,
IMPORTERS AMD JOBBERS
OF
DRY GOODS!
Marble Building, No. 312 West Balilmorr Street,
BALTIMORE, SID ,
|£EF.P coDstaatly on Land a large and Attractive "lock
DRY GOODS,
To which the attention of the Trade la rropectfully Id
vlted,
niUKELLAAMD KIBBEK GOODS HOISK.
INDIA RUBBER GOODS
AMD IIMBKELLAS, of all style*.
W. 0. MAXWELL,
No. I«W W. Halil more *1., adjuintna Adam*' Eip.
Jel-am
E. B. LOMEY lc CO.
Importers and Wholesale DeAlers In
Haidware, Cutlery, Chaiui, &c.,
A’.., J HANOVER STREET,
J *3- -Sin_BA LTI .MO H E._
COAULE1 KKOTIIEHM
Importers ami Dealers in LEATHER and SHOE
FINDINGS, No. 16S, Calvert st., Baltimore.
LARGE assortment of French and Domestic
Calf Skins, and Patent Leather. French and
English Last lug* Galloons. Webbs, Laces, Drills,
Ac. Also Spanish and Hemlock Sole Leather.
Boot, Shoe and Gaiter Uppers. my39—3m
HOWARD, COLE & CO.,
UHOLISALI DKII.KBB IK
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods,
Invite tne attention of tbelf Southern friends1
and buyers generally, to tbelr large and
attractive Stock, which they offer at
lowest market prices.
301 BALTIMORE A 6-1 GERMAN STS.,
Geo. W. Howard, llaltiraors*.
Jno. H. Cole,
Henry F. Hchnrroan. my 31—d3mAeo3m
A. & W. DEN MEAD & SON,
Machine Work*.
Corner North and Monument streets—Iron Ship
Yard, Boston street, Canton,
BALTIMORE,
Builders of Marine and Stationary Engines aud
Boilers, Don Vessels and Barges of
all sizes, Machinery for Saw,
Grist ard Cotton Mills,
Iron Fonnders and
Rolling Mills, Ore Crushers, Ac.
Jel9—3m_
Vulcan Works. Baltimore.
THE undersigned are prepared to fill orders for
MACHINERY, BOILERS, Ac., at short no
tice. They hav# unrivalled facilliiee upon the
water for repairing Steamers or Shipping Machi
nery. Various sizes Stationary Engines always
on hand. HAZLEHUksT A CO.,
If. R. Hazlehnrst. ( lafe Murray A Haztehnrst.
W. D. Weigand. S _ja 00—3m
WELLS CHASE Ac UEIIHMAMS,
No. 6 S. Howahd Stbeit,
BALTIMORB.MD.,
( omiiilisioaMcrchanfsand l>ea|*>
em In
Cotton and Woolen Machinery
Machine Cards, Warps, Wool
Engine Lathes, Iron Planers Dnlla
Chncka. Rubber and Leather Belting
Packing. Sperm and Lard Oil, and other
Cotton Yarn, Twines, Bata, Wlcka, Ac.
cr )rdem U> mail promptly attended to.
■|Dt
IU LTIIVORE
Chemical Ir.int & Varnish Works
WM. it 1VIMON A CO.,
Office No. 104, Lombard street,
Baltimore, Md.,
MANUFACTURE AND HAVE FOB SALK
Varn'shes all kinds, Double Boiled Oil,
Jatan, Zinc Dryer, I.inseed Oil, NeaUfoot Oil,
White Lead of the following brands:
English White Lead, strictly pure,
Wm. Davison A Co.’s Parlor Pure Lead,
Baltimore Premium Pure Lead,
Oalverton Pure Lead,
Philadelphia Pure Lead, Patapscs do.
Monumental do. in kegs, and 36 and
13 1-3 lb. cans with bails,
French and American Zinc in Oil, in kegs or cans,
Pil. Hydrag. Whiting, ling. Hydrag. Pntty,
Colours Dry and in Oil, ^
Window Glaas, Ac. je 13—3m
CARROLL, ADAMS A NEEK,
WBOl.KSALI DEALERS IN
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
AND STRAW GOODS,
No. UNO Baltimore Mt., (Nearly opposite
Sharp tt.) Baltimore.
je!7— 3m
HOFFMAN A REFORIL
N-f West Lombard St., Baltimore,
Maryland,
Dealers in hid*, leather, oil, Ac.;
Manufacturer* of Harness, Bridles, Skirt
ing, Bag and Rand leather. All descriptions of
Leather for shoemaker*' use.
Particular attention paid to orders.
ie!3—3m
IIOWEEE A BROTHERS,
MANUFACTURERS OF
PAPER HANGINGS.
GOLD WINDOW SHADES,
CURTAIN PAPERS, Ac.
(^Orders by mail promptly attended to. No
2C0 Baltimore at, opposite Hanover, Baltimore,
je 10—3m___
CAKNS A CO.,
PRODUCE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND DEALERS IN
BETTER, CHEESE. ETC.,
No. SS Month Mtreet, Baltimore,
OhBntter packed for exportation. je!3—3m
~r7~minclair a CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
Agricultural Implement* and
Machinery.
OROWERS AND IMFOBTIR8 OF
Garden and Field Seeds, TYets, Plants, dtc,,
Nos. 68, 60 A 63, Light Street,
je30—4m BALTIMORE, MD.
FHE LIGHT OF THE WORLD.
Dr. INACIGIfiLS f
Pills and Ointment. |
These Life-giving Remedies are now. tor the M
Brst time, given publicly to the world. For '
over a quarter of a century of private practlc
the lngredlenta In thaw
Life-giving Pills.
Have been nsed with the greateat anccaaa. Their
mission Is, not only to prevent disease, but to
rare. They March ont the various maladies by
which the patient la suffering. and reinvigorate
the falling system. To the aged and Infirm a
few doses of theae valuable PILLS will prove
to be
A Very Fountain of Youth,
For In every case they add neW life and vitality,
and restore the waning energies to their pristine
state. To the young and middle-aged, they will “
prove moat Invaluable, as a ready specific and
sterling medicine. Here Is a dream realized, a
that Ponce de I-eon sought tor three hundred
years ago, and never found. He looked for • f
fountain that would restore the old to tiger and
make youth ever A
Au Eternal Spring!
It was left fur this day' and hoar to realise the
dream, and show, in one glorious fact, the
magic that madedt fair.
,
These Famous Remedies
Cannot stay the flight of years, but they can
force back, and bold nlftof disease that might
triumph over the aged amd the young. Let none
hesitate, then, bat eeir.e at once the favorable
opportunity that offers. When taken as pre
scribed— ’.
For Billious Disorders and . ^
Yellow Fever
Nothing can lie mom piodactlve of cure than
these Pill*. Their si most maglo influence Is felt
at once; and tbe usual concomitants of these
most distressing diseases ere removed. These
remedies are made from the purest
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
They will ourt harm tbe most delicate female,
and can be given with gpod effect In prescribed
doses to tbe youngest babe.
i »
For Cutaneous Dividers
And all eruptions of the skin, the OINTMENT
la most Invaluable. It does nut heal externally
alone, but penetrate# with tbe most searching
effaega to the very root of the evil
Dr. Maggies Pills
Invariably eere lollovrln
Diseases:
Asthma,
Bowel Complaints,
Coughs,
Colds,
Cheat Diseases,
Costivenesa,
Dyspepsia,
Diarrhoea,
Dropsy,
Debility,
Yellow Fever,
Fever and Ague,
Female Complaints,
Bead sc he,
Indigestion,
Influence,
Inflammation,
Inward Weakness,
Liver Complaint,
Lowness of Spirits,
Ringworm,
Rheumatism, #
Salt Rheum,
Scalds, ,
Skin Diseases,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
tj* Y o 11 r None genuine without the
engraved trade-mark around each pot or box,
signed by Dr. J. .nnffffiel, to counterfeit
which is felony.
U-Sold by all respectable Dealers In Medicines
throughout the United States and the Canadas—
st 26 cents per box or pot.
Sold by the proprietor, Dr. J. MAfiGIEL, 43
Fulton street, New York, st 26 cento per box. A
box sent by mail on receipt of price. jeS—ly

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