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DAILY NEWS.
"WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 18C5.
The Dry Goodh Auctioneers.?Tho following is
ft statement of tho receipts for stiles made by Homo
of tlio principal dry goods houses in Now York, for
tho first six months Va 18G5, nB returned to tho As
HCHBorB of Intornnl Rovcnuo, upon which a tftx of
i of one per cent, is collected :
Haggorty & Co.$4,507,CCG
Wilnierdlngs ic Mount.3,022,600
Wilinerdlug, Hogttet & Co.3,511,422
Townscnd. Montant ?c Co.3,127.252
Kobbc& CorUcs.1,088,9*0
Win. Topping & Co.1,073,000
Curtiss & Co. 427,483
John H. AuRtln. 343,190
Litbauor k Cristahr. 247,622
Lockwood, Bros, k UuderhiR. 237,490
Buddcrow, Jones k Co. 348,795
- - --??
A London eliopkcopor has doviaed a new way of
advertising. He strapB two sign-boards on a
dog's back and sends the animal out to walk about
tho city. Hero is a hint for "Plantation Bitters."
It would bo noccBBary, however, to havo a well
trained and woll-behaved animal.
COMMERCIAL.
Exports.
NEW YORK?Sehr Julia A HaRock?3C0 bales Upland
Cotton, 1C9 bbls Rosin, 37 bales Domestics, 1682 Reams
Paper, 32 bags Peanuts, and 7 Packages.
New York Money Marltet.
FiunAV, September 22, 0 P. M.?The gold markot was
a fraction lower than yostcrday, partly under tho report
that the payment of tho November interest on the live
twenty loan would be anticipated on and after Monday
morning next. To-day tho Sub-Treasurer In tills city
made no official announcement to this effect. The effect
will, however, only bo felt in the increase of the floating
supply of coin, which will exort but a Blight and tempo
rary Influence upon tho premium. Tho amount to be
disbursed is $18,107,085. Tho opening prico was 143>i,
after which it advanced M, and remained Bteady at 143J{
during tho rest of tho day.
Foreign oxebange was weaker, and bankers' bills at
sixty days wore offered at [email protected]?.
Sattjrdat, Sept. 23?Forenoon.?For gold thin forenoon
tho following were the leading quotations: 10:30, 143J?;
11:00, U3*?- 11:30, 143 ?i;. 12:00, 143}*; 12:30, 143',;
1:00, 143>? ; 1:30, 143}? ; 2:00, 143},'.
Commercial exchango closed Arm for tho steamer.
We quota: Bills at CO days on London arc held at 108.'.?
(?> 109% for commercial, 109J? a 110 for bankers'; do. at
short sight, }U0 <?> 110'i ; Paris at CO days, 5.18J? @ G.15;
do. at short sight, 5.13}^ a 5.12J? ; Hamburg, 35'? a 86I4 ;
Amsterdam', iOK ? 41; Frankfort, 40'-; ?41; Bremen,
79 ? 79)i; Prussian tlialcrs, 71 }? @ 71 !i.
The steamship New York, from Aspinwall, with Cali
iornjs-nialle, brings $1,088,877 in specie.
Orspccio Uic America takes out $87,250, ami tho City
of Now York $223,000; total, $310,250. The Helvetia
and the 11 Ib'crala tako none.
Gold is quoted this afternoon ns follows : 2:15, 143'i;
2:30, 143'?; 2:45, 143K: 3:00. 143.U ; 3:15, 143.'.? : 3:30,
143.V??Evening Post, 23d.
JVc'-iv VorK Cotton Market.
FnmAT, September 22, C P. M.?A few pales were made
at 45'ic. for middling, whilo the principal part of the
business was within our quotations below. The receipts
continue heavy. The market closed quiet and nominal,
with sales of about 1.GU0 bales. Wo quote:
Upland. Florida. Mobile. N. O. ti T.
Ordinary.35 30 37 37
Middling.44}i 44 ?i 45 45
Good Middling_4C 47 47 48
Coffee was in good jobbing demand, and prices were
rather stronger but not quotably higher.
SATimnAY Afternoon.?Cotton.?Tho market to-day
is very quiet at 46c. for middlings.
Savannah Cotton Market.
SAVANNAH, September 23.?Cotton.?Since our
weekly report of tho ICth instant there bas been quite an
animated demand for both Upland and Sea island Cot
tons, and all qualities have advanced fully 2c. V lb. The
receipts have been to a fair extent, but the greater por
tion received by the river is on account, aud is Imme
diately shipped to the North, principally to New York.
The inquiry has beou quite active, and all good und fair
grades placed on the market have met with ready sale at
tho advance noticed above. Notwithstanding the in
clomcnt weather yesterday, the Inquiry was good, but
the smaU amount on sale limited the transactions.
The receipts during the week have been 4772 bales
Upland, 60 nales Sea Island, and 210 balen Domestics.
The exports have been 0223 bales Uplands, 3r>0 bales Sea
Island, and G84 bales Domestics; leaving a stock on baud
and on shipboard not cleared of 4889 bales Upland,' 130
hales Sea Islands, and 125 bales Domestics. The market
closes firm at the following quotations : Ordinary, 30?
32c; Middling, 37<ai39; Stricf Middling, 39&40; Oood
Middling, 41&42.
STOCK OF COTTON.
Upland. S. I. Vom.
Stock September 1.3,724 181 ?3?
Iteceivcd previously. 8,338 1,000 1,501?
Rt/ccived this week.*.4,772 50 210
10,834 1,341 2,010
Exported since 1st inst.11,945 1,211 1,881
Stock on hand September 1,18C5.. 4,881 130 129
Receipts since Sept. 1C, 18C5?
By River.4,343 34 210
By Central Railroad. 49 1 000
By wagons. 375 15 000
4,772 60 210
Exported this week. 0,22.3 350 084
Ska Islands.?Tho receipts of this quality of Cotton
continue to be very light, and very Uttlc of liner grades
is brought to market. The demand continues good and
all fair lots meets ready sale. For the best grades of Sea
Islands the rate is 80 to 85 cents. The ordinary quali
ties sell at 66 to 05 cents \\ lb.
AUGUSTA, September 21.?Gold.?Brokers are buy
3ng at *?? a,,<1 soUlug at 42 cents premium; demand very
good.
Corr^.?Thcrc was a fair inquiry, with but little eeR
ing?tho market was a shade dull. We quote from 31 to
34 cents.
PORT CALENDAR.
CORRECTED 'WEEKLT.
PHASES "OF TRE MOON.
FuU M. 4th, 5h. 15m. even. INew M. 19th, lib. Cm. morn
Last Q. 11th, 10h. 5in. mom.|FirstQ.27th,10h.lCm. morn
SEPT. a OCT.
Monday_
Tuesday
Wednesday.
Thursday ..
Friday.
Saturday ...
Sunday....,
8UN.
RISES. I BETS.
6.. 52
6..53
5..53
5..53
6..54
6. .55
5..55
5..61
5. .50
6..49
5..47
6..40
6..44
5..43
MOON HIOH
SETS. WATER.
9..20
10..15
11...7
Morn.
0...2
1...3
2...6
11...7
11..54
Morn.
0..44
1..43
2..60
8,. 50
Arrivals at Merchants Hotel, Sept. 85,1805.
T G Kenny, New York ; E Com stock, do; C C Northrop,
ao;NP Plckctt,-; J A Talmadgc. AbbcviUe; N M P
Horsey, KI;6W Parker, Columbia; J R Long. New
York; A L Topllff, do; R R Worth, do; L L Billings, TJ
8 A; F S Halm, Charleston; E Calbelett, -; MHH
Lcnard,-; J D Harbers, City.
SEPT. 20?W W Smith, Wllllamaburg; 8 D Guiles, do
P J Crcascy, do: O Bonnott, Mt Pleasant; E S Jewitt, do
W Barron, do; O Sonthworth, do; L G Chaplin and lady
SC; B Boy kin, Camdeu; J M Cantey,-; T M Dykes
La; J D Johnson, Efungham, 8C; ?T Prescot,Suinter
M Marco, Darlington.
Passengers.
Per steamship Quaker City, from New York?T ?
Mitchell, Mrs K Smith, Capt Richards, Mr Richards, i
Brown, C Rush, F C Barber, J H Goodltt, C Solomon
Capt Pulver, M Pollak. Mr Woodruff and son, P Janson
H Kaufman, O P Hcrsbey, H Woodman, M Jacob!. Mr
Brown, Q A Damon, W R Dodge, W Woccke, J L Whits
kcr and son. H Campscn, J U Messing, R L David, I
M,citz.1^r',:u?B Kn?>nn??n and child, L Orctitt, J F Orcen?
W TAdair, W Mark C T) Grant, W Wilcox, E B Smith
IMUl^L H IVd<1, A Melchers, J Heins, Mrs McLean
Mrs Piclffer and child. Mrs Glover and servant. Mrs I
E Byne. W McLean, Mrs Grant and child, Mrs Wilcox, <
B Williams, A Dnblin, S H Stonehill, E Melchors. 1
Uouenschlld, Mrs Forrester, and others In the ti?rairr
----' _ "
Consignees per South Carolina, llailroucl
Sept. 20.
101 l?alos Cotton. To E H Bodge? & Co, J H Baggei
k Co, T Street, J E Carow, Gibbons & Co, W B Gaskii
and J Colclough.
1 Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,'
Sept. 86.
: 10? bales Cotton, Mdzo, Grain, kc '..'o B E Boykbi,
Mure* k Co, L D DcSaussuro, and Dr Bkrlne. '
MARINE NEWS.
PORT OP OUaULESTON
'Arrived. Yesterday. [Sept.
StcAmshlp Quaker City, West. Now York?left Sato
day, fl p M. Mdzc. ToRnvouol k Co, ana Others. (The
hcing no lint of consignees' made out on board Uic shi
vta er? .compelled \o :?.uler\ their publication until t
nlorr6\fA)i For passengcra' names, sed tho prop? b?a
Steamer Canonlcus, Tilton, Hilton Head.' Ofrrt
Boyal?n^ranco SMWi the ateami?ntp Empire City - fro
?W? York, bound in; and off this h?rbor saw hUwibIi
?^Jaker?**-from'New' York, bound'in. A OKI? f
^'BteamctW W Fraeter. Marlon, Georgetown'18 C). ?
, ' iawbrV<' - TS'TBT. owenta.:'; .': .
Apr^cMr,).;fVip^o??d 14'$*'tho EmUy Souder,'?ri
.0 .* ,.ii .v uyOleoi?d Veafterday?-?.? -?'.[StoT.
Sehr Julia A Hallook, Browflter, New York?Styles k C
ter,
GROCERIES, BAGGING,
ROPE, nST__I3L,8, &c.
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE RECEIVING BY EVERY
arrival largo euppUca of GOODS, which they con
tinuo to ?fter and scU on the most favornblo terms.
Among them may bo found?
OUNNY BAGGING
Dundee Bagging
Hemp Ropo
Manilla Ropo
Bagging Twin?
Nails of all b?zc?
Tin, various
Glass, French?.
Glass, American
Grindstones
Bin? Stono
Copper-*
Soda
Segare
Tobacco
Mackerel
Herring
Bacon. Sido
Lard
Maddor
Epsom Salts
COFFEE SnOAR
A, B and C Sugar
Crush ?I Sugar
Muccevmio Sugar
Molasses and Syrup
Cider ami Vinegar
White Wlno Vinegar
RiO Coffee
Java Coffeo
Caudles
Starch
Banff
Soap
Pepper
Ginger
Cassia
Raisins
Candles
Pickles
Salt
Tea.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS &X30.
September 33_ftnw3
TREDEGAR
IRON WORKS,
Ric-iraond, Va.
HAVING RESUMED* OPERATIONS AT THESE
Works, we are prepared to Bupply all the articles
heretofore furnished by us; among them aro the follow
ing:
FOR HAILROADa
Wheels and Axles, separate or fitted
Chilled Tires, Chairs and Spikes
Bridge Bolts and Bridge Castings
Iron Trucks, Engines, Boilers, Nails, &c.
MERCHANTS.
Iron of all kinds. Nails, Ac.
PLANTERS.
Engines for Saw and Grist Mills
Plantation Iron and Castings]
Sorghum Milla and Pau si
BUILDERS.
Iron Fronts, and aU Castings for Buildings
Nails, Spikes, kc
Wc have also on hand Hoop Iron, mutable for Coopers
anil others-, also, Iron Axles, Horse Shoes, A*c, all of
which we will bcU at tho lowest market rates for such
articles. J. R. ANDERSON & CO.
CAMERON & BARKLEY,
AGENTS,
No. 142 Mcetlng-Btrect, Charleston, S. C.
September 9 . 0 mwi 9
PRINCE'S
METALLIC PAINT,
IN 1NHRUCTIBLE COATING
FOR
IRON, TIN AND WOOD.
IT CONSISTS OF SEVENTY-TWO PARTS OXIDE OF
IRON, and twenty-eight parts CEMENT LIME
STONE In the one hundred pounds.
It has much more body than Red or White Lead, it is
war/anted perfectly water and fire proof, and to with
stand a greater heat on metals, without scaling, than any
other Faint In use.
It is a perfect cover for all kinds of Iron, Tin or Wood
work, Out-houses and Canvas CoveringB. It prevents
and arrests the corrosion of metals, and is not affected
by the action of salt, gases, adds or ammonia.
This paint requires no more oil than dry lead or zinc,
and much less than the ordinary mineral paints. It is
freo from any waste, and possesses a spreading and
covering power unequalled.
Ternis.?By barrel or half barrel, flvo cents per
pound. . CAMERON k BARKLEY, Agents,
September 8 fmw No. 14'J Meeting-street.
FURNITURE!
FURNITURE!
WHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL,
Nos. 87 AND 80 BOWERY
AND 86 CHRISTY-STREET.
DEGRAAF _ TAYLOR
Have the largest variety of
ROSEWOOD, WALNUT
AND MAHOGANY
PARLOR, CHAMBER, .
DINING ROOM
AND LIBRARY FURNITURE
To bo found in this citv, and at the lowest prices.
MATTRESSES AND SPRING BEDS
FROM $5 TO S7
EXTRA WIDE CANOPY BEDSTEADS
FOR THE SOUTHERN TRADE.
August 14 mwi 2mo
"A smile was on her lip?health was in her look,
strength was in her stop, and in her hands?Planta
tion BiiTEns."
S. T.?1860---X.
A few bottles of Plantation Bitteiib
Will cure Nervous Headache.
" Cold Extremities and F?rVerish Lips.
" Sour Stomach and Fetid Breath.
" Flatulency and Indigestion.
" Nervous A flections.
" Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath.
m pain py?r the Eyes,
" Mental Despondency.
" Prostration ; Gr<<at WcakncRP.
" SaUoW Complexion, Weak Bowels, _c.
Which aro the evidences of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DY8PEP9LV.
It is estimated that seven-tenths of aU adult ailments
proceed from a diseased and torpid liver. The biliary
secretions of the liver overflowing into tho stomach
poison the entire system and exhibit the above symp
toms.
After long research, we are able to present tho most
remarkable cure for these horrid nightmare diseases the
world has ever produced. Within ono year over six
hundred and forty thousand persons have taken the
Plantation Bittkiis, and not an instance of complaint
has come to our knowledge I
It is a most effectual tonic and agreeable stimulant,
suited to all conditions of Ufe.
The reports that it reliCH upon mineral substances for
its active properties, are wholly false. For tho satisfac
tion of the public, and that patients may consult their
physicians, we appeml a list of its components.
Calisaya Bake.?Celebrated lor over two hundred
years In the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia,
Weakness, etc. It was introduced into Europo by the
Countess, wife of tho Viceroy of Peru, In ICIO, und after
words sold by tho Jesuits for the enormous price of Hi
oion weight in silver, under the name of Jesuit's Powders,
and was flnaUy made public by Louis XVI, King oi
France. Humboldt makes especial referenco to its febri
fuge qualities during his South American travels.
CA6CAniLLA Babk?For diarrhoea, colic and diseases ot
the stomach and bowels.
Dandelion_For inflammation of the loins and drop
sical affections. ' _.._!' _
Chamomile Flowehb?For enfeebled digestion.
Lavender Flowers?Aromatic, stimulant and tonic
highly invigorating In nervous debility.
Wiktebqiieen?For scrofula, rheumatism, etc.
Anise?An aroroatio carminativo ; creating flesh, mus
clo and milk ; much used by mothers nursing.
Also, clove-buds, orange, carraway, coriander, snake
root, etc.
S. T.?1860?X.
Another wonderful Ingredient, of great use among th
Spanish ladies of South America, imparting beauty t
the complexion and brilliancy to tho mind, Is yet OX
known to the commerce of tho world, and wc withhol
its name for tho present.
IMPORTANT CERTIFICATES.
. ' Ro?h?bTer, N. V., December 28,1861.
Messrs. P. H. Drake _ Co.?I havo been ? gTeat su
fcrerjrom Dyspepsia for three or four years, and had .1
ab-Fdto )uy profession. About three mouths ago I trie
the'Plantiir?onBittorii/andto'my groat joy M am no
nearly a well mnn. I havo recommended them In sovcr?
cases, and as far as I know, always with signal bonoftt.
I am respectfuUy yours, REV. J. S. CATHORN.
Pbiladelvhia, 10th Month, 17th Day, 1802.
Respected Friend:?My ?laughter has been mac
benefited'by the nao at thy Plantation Bittors. The
wilt send me two bottles more. ?#,___?
Thy friend, ASA CURRTN.
Sherman House, Chicaoo, III., Feb. 11,18C3.
Messrs. P. H. Drake _ Co.-^Ploos? send ob onoth
twelve caaes of your Plantation Biti^rs. -As ? mornli
appetizer. ?\fey appear, to havo superseded cvorythli
ttse/a-d or? gently esteemed. * ' _.__?
7o _ *, * You?. &C" GAGE _ WATTE.
Arra?gemen-ar? now completed to supply any tl
mind for this article, widen has not he-fctofor? beoap<
BHB wH ,-.'.''.' *.. - .' MB! ...y . -. ??n;.i :.rr
The pqblio may rest assured that in no* ?_so -Will 1
perfe6_y' pure stamlard of tho S?an-pation Brrnt
or departed from. Every bottle bears the facsimile of o
signature on a steely jHa? ?*$r&}$f. or it cannot
"'""-^-' .rimpretending to sell P__*r?*I03?; B.TTER0
ion, is-a swindler-and mposttr.- Rewb
See. that our Private ttdrp * Un?<*
?Xii * .*. ' i : i i.'..a'.. .* ? .?j--vat*.
ggfsu, ?-rocera ?nd'(?)?kiJ?riT'-W>*?ghfl
tteMB?R_ ?ngg ' ' -:i: E~' "":''' '; : ' ^
P. H. DRAKE & 00., Netfr Y?rl
Auguatli mwi 8mt
20
IP
NEW YORK AD1WISEMS.
TEAS! TEAS!
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
Nu. 33 AND 37 VESEV-STREET, N. Y.,
AIE RECEIVING CARGOES OF TEAS, AND ARE
?riling them to the Trade at CARGO PRICES.
Th?' keep a very completo assortment, adapted to thu
Southern trade.
AU Goods aro sold at STRICTLY ONE PRICE, and
fromivblch there is no deviation.
Tin Com jinny make u speciality of putting up TEAS In
raddi.'s and papers, for the Jobbing Trade.
Th? Company issue a monthly Price LlBt, which Is
mailed regularly to customers, and wlU be seut to any
party ordering it free of charge.
THTJ GBEAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
rVbs. 35 iiml 37 Vcscy-strcct, N. Y..
SepttOibcr 25 3mos
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
NOS. 10, II, 00, OO.
AND ALL OTHER PLOWS.
COTTON G-INS,
ANU ALI. DKKCnirTIONS OP
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY,
For eue by the Manufacturer,
J. T. GOODWBX k CO.,
Kos. 19 and 31 Fulton-street, New York City.
September 25 3mo
JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS,
OF THE OLD STANDARD QUALITX.
( JOSEPH
TRADEMARK:? GILLOTT
( WARRANTED.
Or Descriptive Name, and Designating Number.
SECOND rJBUlES_'From No. 700 to 701.
Traue Mark: {JT?r1 WltVu??"DB
For aale by
Henry Owen, JOSEPH GILLOTT k SONS,
Sole Agent, No. 01 John-street, N. I.
September 25 lyr
MANUFACTURER'S HARDWARE HOUSE
OF
HORACE W. LOVE & CO.,
No. SO < llil-st i-i < <, New York.
LIGHT EDGETOOLS, SAWS, DITS, BELLS,
Wrought Iron Goods, Stocks and Dies, Carriage
Bolts,' Coach 8crews, and General Hardware.
September 25 lyr
DICKERSON, REED & CO.
?sironTERS of asu dealei?s in
TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, COPPER, WIRE. ZINC,
and all other articles for tinners use.
No. 20 and 31 CLIFF-ST., cur. FULTON.
September 25 lyr New York.
JAS. D. BARD, Agent,
Manufacturer of Jtanl A Brothers' Gold Pens,
PEN AND) PENCIL CASES,
SILVER, RUBBER AND GOLD PLATED TELE
SCOPIC PEN CASES, TOOTH PICKS, Ac,
No. : ' Maiden Lane, New York.
Soptcmbcr 25 3mo
SCHENCK'S MACHINERY DEPOT,
.TA COB I?. SCHENCK, Agent,
NO. 70 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
WOOD WORTH PLANING. TONGUING AND GROAN
ING MACHINES; Sash and Blind Machinery;
Portable and Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers-,
Page's Circular Saw Mills of the most approved con
struction, of all sizes, and all kinds of Machinery for
working wood and iron. Also a superior quality of
LEATHER BELTING, RUDDER BELTING, PACKING,
&c, Ac.
Orders respectfully solicited, which will receive
prompt attention. 2mo .".eptciubur 14
HELMBOLD'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
FOR WEAKNESS ARISING FROM INDISCRETION.
The exhausted powers of Nature which are accompanied
by mi many alarming symptoms, among which will be
found. Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Memory,
WakefilhiCSB, Horror of Disease, or Forebodings of Evil;
In fact. Universal Lassitude, Prostration, uml inability to
enter into the enjoyments of eocioty. .
The Constitution, onceaflTectcd with Organic iTeaknifs,
requires the aid of Medicine to strengthen and invigorate
the system, which HELMHOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU in
variably dues. If no treatment is submitted to. Con
sumption or insanity ensues.
HELMEOLD'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU.
In affections peculiar to "Females," is unequaled by
any other preparation, a? in Chlorosis or Retention,
PuinfuIncBH, or Suppresslou of Customary Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Schirrus State of the Uterus; and all eoni
plaiuts incident to the sex, whether arising from habits
of dissipation, imprudence in, or the decline or change
in life.
HELMBOLD'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
IMPROVED ROSE WASH,
Will radically ?terminate from the system Diseases
arising from Habits of Dissipation al little expense, little
or no change, indiet, no inconvenience or exposure; com
pletely supersellug those unpleasant and dangerous reme
dies, Copaiva aid Mercury, in all these diseases.
USE HELMBOLD'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU.
In all Diseases of these organs, whether existing in
"Male" or "female," from whatever cause originating,
and no matter kow long standing. It is pleasant in task
and odor, "imnediare" in action, and more strengthening
than any of th? preparations of Hark or Iron.
These suffering from Rroken down or Delicate Constitu
tions, procure 'he remedy at anee.
The reader mist bo aware that however slight may b<
the attack of the above diseases, it is certain to affect hi.
Rodily Health, Mental lowers, and Happiness.
All the abov? diseases require tho aid of a diurcUo.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCfiU
le th e Great_T3?L?r?etic.
?IELMBOLD'SUIGULY CONCENTRATED
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
For purifying tho blood, removing all chronic consUtu
tionnl diseises, arising from an impuro state of tin
blood, and tho only reliable and effectual known remed;
for the cure of Scrofula, Scald Head, Stilt Rbeum, Pain
and SweBings of the Bones, Ulc?ration of the.Throat am
Legs, Dlotche?, Pimples on the Face, Tetter, Erysipelas
and all scaljr corruptions of tho skin, . ,
AND BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
Not a few of the worst disorders that effect mankini
arise from tho corruption that accumulates in the blood
Of all tho discoveries that have been made to purge 1
out nono ??n equal in effect HELMBOLD'S COMPOUN1
EXTRACTOF SAR8APARLLLA. It cleanses and rene
vates tho Hood, Instils the vigor of health into the sy?
tern, and jurges out the humors which make disease. 1
stimulates the healthy functions of \ho body, and expel
tho disorders that grow and rankle In tho blood, Sue
a remedy fpat could.be relied on, has long been- Hotfgli
for, and nfv, for the first timo, the pnbUc have one o
which the} can depend. Our space, here does not admi
of certifi?tes io show its effects, but the trial of a sing!
bottle wilijhow the sick that it has virtues surpnssin
anything fioy havo ever taken.
Two taUespo?nfuls of the Extract of Snraaparilla addc
to a pint <C water is equal to tho Lisbon Diet Drink, an
ono bottjn is fuUy equal to a gallon of tho Syrup <
Sartaparlf?, 'pr tho docpctlon- as usually made . .- , -? .
tar TOS?* EXTRACTS HAVE HKE?i ADMlTTE
TO USE IS THE UNITED STATES AltMYV and ftVials
In very ritinral uso in all tho State HOSPITALS an
PUBLIC sLniTARY INSTITUTTONS'throughout tl
lanrh aa.wovaa fu private practico,. aiuL-arp..considere
medic*:.- .?Xa.BL .'. :. . ' ?...
as invalualA? rcuici
. VSe? Medical Properties of Ruchu
FROM B?ENSATORY OF THE UNITED STATE!
See Profdsor Dewee'b valuable works on tho FracU?
of Phyalc, I? ?
8M,reroiifcainadeby;thoHte celebrated Dr.jPHTHi
of l'hiladoii ja.:;^T" . ' ' * --r<*'^ - ? '
See remai a made by Dr. Ephraim M'I>owEtx, ace]
bra ted Phy lela? and Member'of ?he Boyal Colle??
Surgeons,! ihvnd,and published in the Transactlona
theKingah Queen's Journal. ..,:..' ,
See Mei? \ Chirurgical Review, . published by Be
jamin Tiuvfcd*,! I*jllo??AjW*4<?95K'/ of HbirgeV'ns.
See mois a tho late Standard Works of Medicine, .
:;. -.v?,.. M. ... Tf^TRAoTTBUcirtr, .; . V /
loi ? *h$8l? nF^OA?ARILLA.''. . ' ' ... (?
TOIltld A?DCHEMICAlh "\V AW?5IIOU9E,
September 7| lmo No. 6M BROADWAY.
NEW YORK ADVERMMEfS.
NEW YOKK"
Scgnr mid Tobacco Manufacturing Company,
No. 180 FUhTOX-STREET,
NEW YORK.
JB3P Orders promptly filled.
September 21 Imo
NEW YORK STEAM ENGINE WORKS,
MAN.FACTUUEIIS OK
STATIONARY AM) PORTABLE ENGINES
AN? IlOILERg,
AND
MACHINISTS' TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
**_*- Manufactories: FOOT OF TWENTY-THIRD-ST.,
E. R., N. Y*., and WORCESTER, MASS.
Ofllco FOOT OF TWENTY-THIRD-STREET, E. R., N.
Y.
?_- Every Machiuo built by us is started anil thor
oughly tested iu ibop before being shipped.
September 21 3mos
Established 17SO.
J. C. HULL'S SON,
(Formerly W. H?ll & Son),
OFFICE No. 32 PARK ROW, NEW YORK.
US' FACTORY', CLIFF AND HAGUE-STREETS.
Soaps and Candles.
Upwards of one hundred varlctlus TOILET SOAPS.
September 21_-Jmo
SHARP'S BILLIARD TAULES!
MAN UFACTUR EH,
So. 148 Pulton-sii ? < i, N. Y.
September 21
THOMSON'S
NEW HP SKIRT.
^_E N_&^
Get the Best.
THOMSON'S
FRENCH ELASTIC SPRINGS,
The latest invention of tin; largest manufacturers of
Ladles' Crinoline in the world.
Vf. S. THOMSON. LANGUON & CO.,
September 21_3mo No. 3'J1 Broadway, N. Y.
Excelsior Flint Glass-Works.
JOHN LEACH,
Warehouse, Xo. 330 Pcarl-strcet, Xcw York.
MANUFACTURER OF, AND WHOLESALE DEALER
in, DRUGGISTS OLASSWARE AND SUNDRIES.
Coal Oil Lamps ami Fixture*?, Tablo Glassware, In all
varieties. Perfumers', Confectioners' and Liquor Deal
er?' OLASSWARE._2nin September 21
PATENT CAN_^RI?G-~HORSES.
THESE HORSES RUN
by the weight ?)f the ri
der. Any child of 18
mouths can ride. Sizes
from ?12 to ""2.'5 each.
irOLP Il Y
. AV. SMITH,
No. DO William-st.,
NEW YOnK.
September 21 lmo
1__TE EDWARD DUNIGAN & ?ROTHER.
JAMES B. KIRKER,
Publisher of Catholic Books and (?ciicra]
Bookseller,
No. 599 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
September 21 3mos Up Stair?.
THE NEW YORK BIBLE
COMMON PRA _ Ell BOOK SOCIETY
nAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE ASSORT
MENT of ENGLISH and AMERICAN BIBLES and
Prayer Books, In various styles of binding, to which the)
invite public attention.
The trade supplied.
Nos. 5 and 13 COOPER UNION, New York.
September 21 2mo
COOKING AND HEATING
BY GAS
CHEAPER THAN COAL OR WOO?.
Descriptive Catalogues sent free,
Address Eaglo'Gas Stove Manufacturing Company,
No. 474 BROADWAY, New York.
September 21 lmo
ABURTUS & CONSTANT,
BANKERS,
COR, FULTON ANO WATER-STREETS
Buy and seR UNITED 8TATES SECURITIES of all
kinds at favorable rates.
COLLECTIONS promptly made on aU accessible pointi
of tlin United States and Canada.
FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DE
POSITS which, may be withdrawn without notice, ai
with the City Banks.
DRAFTS ON LONDON for ?1 and upwards.
September 21 3mo
HOUSE FURNISHING.
"Berrlon" Warerooms, 601 Broadway, N. Y.
WHERE CAN BE FOUND CUTLERY, B_W_I
Plated Ware, T?ia Trays, Water Coolera, Crean
Freezers, Refrigerators, Mangles, Clothes Wringers, Car
pet Sweepers, Wood, Tin, and Japanned Wares, Ac.
Cooking Utensils of every description.
September 21 iJmos H. H. CA8EY.
TO THE
BOOKSELLERS^ STATIONERS
UM GOODS DEALERS
OF THE
SOUTH.
JAMES O'KANE,
Bookseller, Stationer and Manufttctnre
OP
POCKET DIARIES,
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, and
CARTE DE VISIT?
Begs respectfully to say that ho is stiR located at hi
old stand,
No. 126 Nassau-street, New York
whero ho continues to supply tho Jobbing and Reta
Trade'with all articles in the BOOK AND STATIONER
LINE, ou tho most liberal terms.
, Books. Stationery. .Note, Letter, Cap, Legal Cap, Bll
and Bath Paper?, Photograph Albums. Carte do VIbII
for Albums, Blank Books, Inks, Mucilage, Envelope
ko., fco., fco.. In great variety and cheap.
A superior lino ofHPOOKET DIARIES TOR 18CC.
Catalogues-sent on application. I .
Orders promptly filled. Address
^.^yj'A^'?^?sM,;^ ^,
N? .'la? Nassau-street
%EW tfORK.
August U.... ( ; ;, A . , ; * -'' ,r ; _
STMSTOMER; & NIIHN,
._TK i'-nmiW&fM&f. 'i * :.
HAVTNG IMPORTED THE LARGEST ABSOB!
MENXlOF7TQV%rC?a?-<>iii #K??y "QPQP-3. B?AI3
SLATE PENCILS, _c!, nowlomt'to?-btvy?r? s?pd?rlor 1
ducomonts froma_- ??UMy'?itvs'ina most csarofdj
ORDERS EXECUTED* WITH ^Iift-Uf^O^ .?)j
FI DELIT Y. L_o Septemtxjr ?t
NEW YORK ADVERTlSEjIEiVm
UNITED STATES STEEL PEN WORKS,
FACTORY, CAMDEN, N. J.
R. ESTERBROOK &. CO.,
?STEEL PEN MANUFACTURERS,
WAREnorm-'M 1 ^"?? '"' ' ArcH-nt rt-et, i'lillit.
? j So. 4'i .lolin-Htm t, If. York.
Samples and prices on application. Lots made to or
der of any pattern or stamp required.
SriHlr ?I'licse Pen m are of genuino Amcricatr
manufacture, and equal In tinlsli, elasticity and niicncB?
of point to the best imported. They aro, therefore, suro
to gain the confidence of the American public. The fac
s uillo of our signature is suillcient security ngainst for-?
clgu imitation. H. ESTERBROOK k CO.
September 20_ tuUisly
NEW YORK MAWroPEPOT.
G. & C. PLACE,
SUCCESSORS TO ?STEVENS, BROTHER & CO.,'
No. ?2? PEARL-STREET, N. Y.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in every description ot
Circular Saw Mills,
STATIONERY AND PORTABLE
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
AVoodwortli's Planers,1
AND ALL OTHER
WOOD-WCRKING MACHINES,
LATHS, PLANERS, DRILLS, LEATHER AND RUB
BER BELTING, Babbit and other Composition Metals,
with ?ill articles needful in Machine and Railroad Repair
Shops; Fay k fin's. Improved Scroll Haw with Iron Framo
and Table, and other valuable improvements; "D.
Dick's" celebrated anti-Friction Shears, Punches ami
Proues; Harris' Patent Sifting Machine?, Jeffrey's
Double-Actlng Ball Volvo Pumps, PorUiblu Scales in
great variety.
GEORGE PLACE.CHARLES PLACE.
September 26 _ tull?s 2mos
~?7~s7p^LLJSTrr;~
MANUFACTURER, IMPORTER OF, AND DEALER IN,
PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION?WHOLESALE and BETAU*
Agent for Voigtlander k Sons' Colcbrated Cameras;
Shaw's Silver and Gold Saving Apparatus, Ac.
Every article used in the trade furnished at lower
rates than by any other House lu th" trade.
jf?S=- Send for Price List.
No. 129 Grand-street, N. Y.9
THREE DOORS BAST OF BROADWAY.
September 2(1 lmo
FUNSTON & SCOFIELD,
MaiiTii?cturers
LILLIENDAHL'S EXCELSIOR FIREWORKS.
nAY'S LANTERNS. At., kc.
Importers Chinese Crackers, Rockets, kc
No. 9 Dey-st., near Broadway, New York.
September 20 lmo
J. P. DINSMORE,
No. 30 DEY-STRKF.T, NEW YORK,
Proprietor of the Peruvian Syrup and Dr.
II. Antler's Iodine Water,
WHOLESALE AGENT FOR WISTARS BALSAM OF
WILD CHERRY, Wiihoo and Calisaya Bitters.
The Universal Safety Matches. 2nio September 2C
THOMAS HOWE & SONST
MANUfAcronEns and iiironTJcns or
LIISTSEED OIL,
No. 181 FRONT-STREET,
CORNER BURLING SLIP, New York.
September 20 lmo
"Charles a. crane.
WHOLESALE
PAPER WAREHOUSE,
No. 27 John-street,
NEW YORK.
Dealer In Writing, Wrapping, and Print
ing Papers, Twine. ?Sic, ?Sic.
RAGS AND PAPER STOCK.
September 23 2mos
Established in 18-17.
PAPER AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
NO CONNECTION WITH THE COMBINED MONOPO
LY FOR HIGH PRICES.
I OFFER THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED
stock of PAPER, of every description, to be found
in this country. Booksellers, Stationers, Printers and
Binders will savo money by first examiuing my stock.
Orders by mail promptly filled.
A. P. HARD, Wholesale Paper Dealer,
No. 44 Beckman-street, N. Y. (The Old Stand).
September 23 3mos
HAFPERTY & McHUaH,
CO UK
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers?
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. 69 FULTON-STREET, NEW YORK.
September 25 lyr
MARBURG k CO,
Importers and Manufacturers of Segars,
No. 193 Pearl-Street,
NEW YORK.
September 23 _ lmo
W. B. BURTNETT,
(8UCCESSORTO JAMES T. STEER)
MANUFACTURER OF
STEER k BURTNETT'B celebrated Patent PAINT and
WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
ALSO,
Fine Ground and Extra PAINT BRUSHES, and Brash
es of ?very description, of the best material and work
manship.
4S- Orders promptly and faithfully executed.
September 23 _2mo
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
Residing out of the City should send for our
MEASURING CARD,
And tako their own measure, and wo will sond them ?
PERFECT FIT.
E. A. BROOKS'
BOOT AND- SHOE EMPORIUM,
No. 575 BrondW?Y, Now York.
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers, of every descrip
tion, for ladies, gents, boys, misses and children.
N. B.? LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY.
September 21_____ ?mow
"ABRAHAM BUSSING,
No, 71 Johiv.street,
NEW YOEK.
AGENT FOR THE SALE OP
AUSABLE HORSE NAILS
GOSNOLD HORSE SHOES
RICHARDSON'S HORSE SHOES
HOI ?ART'S TACKS, BRADS, &C
:...: >:' :::. I? -.. II ?oqjj ?-.: .:t: J j ... ..
Hunt's Patent Combination Razor Strops
THE AUSABLE H0B9E NAILS, ABE HAMMERED
from TYP Norway Iron, andVarrantod equal to any in
martei. ' ;' ,' ei '' ' ' ' '-.?
The, GOSNOLD HORSE AND MULE BH?E8 being
ll*f-ht**f. than..flMi?at: branda, are. well adapted! fox the
Southern market, urfl i '. . > ' ..' . : ;.' Ukfo'iOfn
Orders Filled at Lowest Market-firbttn
0epte?ber23 am*""

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