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_CHABLESTON DAILY N EWS....NOVEMBEB X 15, 1865.
IST. York Advertisements.
UNION PORCELAIN WORKS
C1HINA WABE FOR HOTELS, 8TEAMBOAT3 AND
/ FAMILY USE.
Port??lain Door, Drawer and Shutter Knobs, plain or
decorated. Also, Door Plates, Finger Plates and Shield
Number Plato?; Drawer Pulls and Knobs for Druggists'
drtiwem, numbered or tottered, as may be desired; POR
CELAIN HARDWARE TRIMMINGS of all descriptions.
TH08. O. SMITH k CO., Proprietors.
Officei No. 38 John-street, N. Y. Factory Brooklyn,
R. D._3moa Octol-or 28
CORNELIUS LOCKW??D & CoT
WHOLE-ALE DEALERS IN
IHrooms, IPaiiitecl -Pails,
"\TrOOD AND WILLOW WARE. MATS, TWINE,
\V CORDAGE, Krcnoh aud Ovnnau Baskets, House
.Furnishing Goods, Children's Carriages, Ac.
Ko. ?5 l*"uI(??ii anil No. 203 \V?tcr-_ts., ?. _
Woodon Ware packed for exportation.
-LOC-WOOD.A. W. LOCKWOOD
October 28 _ Cmos
SHAOKBIiPOED, HAAS &~C0.
KO. 159 FRONT-STREET, NEW YORK,
NO. 32 WATEfi-STREET, WILMINGTON, N. C.
ARE PREPARED TO BUY AND SELL ALL KINDS
OF MERCHANDISE, and the Productions of the South.
ORDERS TAKEN FOR NORTH CAROLINA LUMBER
October 28 lnio
MABVnrS NEW PATENT
ALUM AND DRY PLASTER
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
MERCHANTS' SAFES. BANKERS' STEEL BURG
LAR PROOF AND SPECIE CHESTS, Plato and
Jewelry Safes for Dwelling Houses, of Ornaiucntcd
Patterns, with Marble tops.
Our Safe* possess the following advantages :
They combine tlio two most Are-proof substances
They arc perfectly dry, and do not corrode tho Iron.
They do not lose their fire-proof qualities by age.
Ottr Loci?Bare superior to any other* In use.
MARVIN _: CO.,
No. 2R5 Broadway, Now York.
No. 721 Chestnut-street, Philadelphia.
Agouts?W.U. M. BIRD k C?.', No. 203 East Bay,
Charleston. lyr October 28
STATEN " I8I____JSn5
FANCY DYEC??i ESTABLISHMENT,
OFFICE NOS. 5 AND 7 JOHX-STltEET, NEW YORK.
No. 71S Hio'ulvvii v, N. Y.,
No. '?mi Fulton -street,
No. AT N. Elg-tlt-t., I'll 11.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT, SO LONG KNOWN TO THE
country, continues to DYE AND CLEAN ALL
KINDS OF DRESS GOODS, either in the piece or in
gaiinilitH. Lndiea' Dresses, Shawls, A-C, of Silk, Satin,
Velvet, Merino, and other fabric?, cleaned carefully,
without belujt ripped. Also, G?*iitluriicii'h'Coats, Over
Coata, Pants, Vests, kc. Kid Gloves Cleaned or Dyed
G?iodsforwar<leil by expr?s? carefully attended to, and
returned by express, if required.
October 2S a_o barrett. nephews k co.
H A D F I E L D ! S
? N10 N FIB E W 0 R K S.
IMPORT'?R CHINESE FIRE CRACKERS. ROCKETS, Arc
MANUFACTURER LANTERNS, FLAGS, ice.
A LARGE \SSORTMENT OF HIS OWN IMPORTA
TOYSAND FANCY GOODS
No. 21 John street, near Broadway, New York.
October 28 1 yr
lE-E-AJFT 3c _HCIT.T,_
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF
-Straw and Milliner"}'- Goods
Nos. ?SI n n.l ?83 BROADWAY,
(OPrOSITE A. T. BTF.WA-T,)
A FULL SUPPLY OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR THI8
market always on hand. Your patronage Is re
spectfully solicited. 6mo October 28
THE WASHINGTON IRON WORKS
HAVE ON HAND FOR 8ALE THEIR IMPROVED
PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, Portablo Circular
Saw Mill-i, Gang 8aw Mills, Flour and Corn Mills, and
ni??ufacture to order all kinds ef Steam Engines, Ma
vine, Stationary and Propeller, Railroad Cars and Turn
' Tables, Iron Steam Vessels and Barges; also, General
Machinery, Iron aud Brass Castings, large and amaU
Forglngs, Ac, Ac. Address
GEO. IL CLAPP, Treasurer. Nowburg, N. Y.
Or L. C. WARD, Agent, No. 65 Liberty-street, Room
-Jo. 8, New York. lyr_October 28
Type Foundry and Printers' Emporium.
No. 38 Gold -street, New York City.
*7TrtHI8 OLD ESTABLISHED FOUNDRY, HAVING A
JL large assortment of BOOK, NEWSPAPER, JOB
AND ORNAMENTAL TYPE, the proprietors are pre
pared, with ample facilities, to promptly execute all or
dors for same, and Printing materials of every descrip
tion, including PRESSES of all manufactures.
Orders may bo adih*es8ed to A. J. BURKE, our Agent
at Ch-rleaton, S. C. Omos Octobor 28
NOS. 10. 11, 50, GO,
AND A?.L OTHER PLOWS.
AKD AtX OBSORIFT10NS 0W '
-AGRIC?ULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY,
For sale by tho Manufacturera,
J. T. QOODWIN k CO..
Nos. 29 and 31 Fulton-streot, New York City.
September 26 _3mo
_N~o. 71 J"o_in-street,
AOENT FOR THE SALE OF
AUSABLE HORSE NAILS
GOSNOLD HORSE SHOES
RICHARDSON'S HORSE SHOES
H0I? Alt T \S TACKS, MUDS, &C.
Uunt's Patent Combinatioii Razor Strops
THE AUSABLE HORSE NAILS ABE HAMMERED
?rom T V F Norway Iron, and warrauted equal to any In
Tho GOSNOLD HORSE AND MULE SHOES beb_g
lighter than other brands, ore well adapted for the
Orders Filiert at Lowest Market Prices.
September 23_ 2mo*
PAPER, ENVELOPE AND STATIONERY
TRADE OF THE SOUTH.
MF88ft8. CUTTER, TOWER k CO. WOULD RE
spoclfully offer their stock on as favorable terms
?s can bo found in the City of New York, such as Flat
Oap, Ruled Papers of all kinds. Cap, Letter, Octavo, Brit
ish, Bath, Ac, Envelopes of all kinds, in aunn litios from
1000 to 1,000,000. Manufacturers of Lead Pencils of all
ktnrlH. Patent Rubber-head Lead Pon?la, and Steel
Pens of all kinds. Wo also will stamp tho name of any
party on Lead Pencils or Steel Pona whore muob la or
dered. Our Barometer Inkstands, which we take pleas
ure in offering to tho trade. We koop a large stock of
Albums and Diaries for 18?. A List of Pricea will be
aent to any party doebring one.
CUTTER, TOWER ft CO.,
Corser of Nassau and Beokman-steets,
O -ober 28 lyr WhlUock Building, Now York.
N. York Advertisements.
R. H. ALLEN & CO.,
Nos. 189 ?fc 191 WATER-ST., NEW YORK.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY
of nil kinds?Plows, Harrows and Cultivators;
mall tools for the Farm and Gardon, such as Spades,
Shovels, Hoes, Forks, Rakes, Ac, and for Grass Hooks,
8cythos, Scytho-Stoncs, and Agricultural Hardware In
Wo offor. also, a largo assortment of our own manu
facturo of Hay Cutters, Coffee and Grain Mills. Sugar
Mills for Qrocon?' uso, Storo Trucks, of various patterns,
Koad Scrapers, Wheelbarrows, kc.
Fertilizers of ull kinds, such as Coo's Superphosphate
>f Lime, pure Ground Bone, Peruvian. Guano, and Pou
PORTABLE STEA M ENGINES, COTTON PBES
SES AND GINS.
Evorr raluablo American and Foreign variety of
VEGETABLE, FLOWER and GRASS SEED and FIELD
GRAIN that has proved worthy of cultivation, grown
ond selected expressly for our trade.
Sales made in bulk, per pound or bushel, or In small
pockets, for retailing, by the hundred or thousand,
October 3 Amos
"national flint glass works.
EDWARD RORKE & CO.,
No. ?33 Pcarl-Strcet, New York,
Manufacturers of .
FLINT GL?\SSWARE AND COAL OIL LA3?FS
of every description. IUustratod Catalogues', with prico
lists, sent free on application. 3mo October 3
?J. GOULD ?V SONS,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBEBS OF
No. 183 Grccnwlch-strect, New York.
Of an extensivo variety of suporior
Having also an exclusive right to uso tho
A NEW ARTICLE, warranted Immovable, and not
affected by HOT WATER,
Butcher, Shoo Knives, &c.
Octobor 3 Cmos No. ? ." lln Uiim n-st., IV. V.
"Berrlnn" Wnrcroonis, G01 Broadway, N. Y.
WHERE CAN BK FOUND CUTLEKV, SILVER
Plated Ware, Tea Trays, Waler C?i?>lei*s, Cream
Freezers, Refrigerators, Manetos, Clothes Wringers, Car
pet Sweepers, Wood, Tin, and .fupauneil Wares, kc.
Cooking Utensils of every description.
September 21 3mos _ H. lt. 0A8EY.
ABURTUS & CONSTANT,
COU. PUI.TOSI AND WATER-STREETS,
Buy and sell UNITED STATES SECURITIES of aU
kind? >t Ihvoralile rates. ,
COLLECTIONS promptly made on all accessible pointu
of (he United Slates and Canada.
FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DE
POSITS which muy bo withdrawn without notice, as
wilh the City Banks.
DRAFTS ON-LONDON for ?1 and upwards.
September 21 3mo
STEAM ENGINE WORKS
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Va- Monufactorica: FOOT OF TWENTY-THIRD-ST.,
E. R., N. Y., and WORCESTER, MASS.
Office FOOT OF TWENTY-THIRD-8TREET, E. R., N.
US' Every Machine built by us is started and thor
oughly tested in shop bnfaro being shipped.
September 21 3mos
OH A RLES A. CRANE,"
No. 27 John-street,
Dealer In Writing, Wrapping, and Print
ins Papers, Twine, Sic., ?tec.
RA?S AND PAPER. STOCK.
September 23 _ 2mos
A. C. 8CHAEFER. ) 3Ali E. BROWN k CO., )
OEO. Y. BARKER, } No. S3 8. Front 8treet, }
New York. ) Philadelphia. )
A. O. SCHAEFER, Jb.,
COI1MKR I.K1III AND l'KATT BTnEKTB,
Adolphus C. Schaefet? & Co.,
(FORMERLY OF BALTIMORE,)
General Shipping & Commission
0. Ill WATER-ST., NEW TO EEL
?-a-KVERY FACILITY OFFERED FOR CON8ION
MENT8 and executiou of ordors In New York, Philadel
phia, or Baltimore, by either house*
Auffust 14 6mo*
JAMES CONNER'S SONS? ~
United States Type Foundry
Nos. 28, 30 and 39 Centre-street, Ne w York,
Corner of Itcnde-street.
THE TYPE ON WHICH THIS PAPER 18 PRINTED
Is from the above Foundry. ly_October a
THE NEW YORK BIBLE
COMMON PRAYER BOOK KOCHST Y
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LAROE ASSORT
MENT of ENGLISH and AMERICAN BIBLES and
Prayer Books, in various styles of binding, to which they
invite public attention.
The trade supplied.
Nos. 6 and 13 COOPER UNION, New York.
Reotember at ?rao
W. B. BURTNETT,
(SUCCESSOR TO JAMES T. STEER)
No. 45 FULTON-STREET,
STEER k BURTNETT'S celebrated Patent PAINT and
Fino O round and Extra PAINT BRUSHES, and Brush
ea of every description, of tho best material and work
tBf Orders promptly and faithfully executed.
September 23 fimo
JACOB B. 8CHENCK, Agent,
No. 70 MAIDEN UNE, NEW YORK.
WOODWORTfl PIANINO, TONODTNO AND GROV
INO MACHINES; Sash and Blind Machinery;
Portable and Stationary Steam Engines and Bollora;
Page's Circular Saw Mills of tho most approved con
struction, of an alzos, and all kinds of Machinery for
working wood and Iron. Also a superior quality of
LEATHER BELTING, RUBBER BELTING, PACKING,
Orders respectfully solicited, which will receive
prompt attention. 3mo Leptomber 14
N. York Advertisements.
GARDNER, DEXTER & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. FOR THE SALE OF
COTTON, No. 110 PEARL-STREET, Now York?lie
for to National American Exchango Hank; No. 24
FRANKLIN-STUEHr, Bouton?Refer to National Bnnk
of Commerce, National Rev-are Bank.
Having ample means for advances, a buslne.in ac
quaintance of twenty-llvu year? with Eastern spiuaerK,
and coiifining themselves strictly toa Commission Busi
ness without operating on their owu account, respect
fully solicit consignments.
J. L. ABBOTT k CO.. AR.nte in Mobile.
C. E. DEXTER, Agvut.in Columbus, Ca.
October 23 lyr
blCKERSON, REED A, CO.
importers or and pkai.fiw in
TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, COPPER, WIRE, ZINC,
and all other articles for tinucrs uae.
No. ?I and 91 CLIFF-ST., cor. FULTON.
September 25 lyr New York.
D. H. BALDWIN, N. York....LI. BRiailAM, Savannah.
J. F. CUMMINUS. N. York_C. M. HOLST, Savannah.
D. H. BALDWIN & CO..
Ko . ITS P K A K L - S T It E E T , N . V .
BRIUHA1.I, BALDWIS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
ties' LIBERAL ADVANCES made on Cotton consigned
to us at Now York, or to our friends in Europe. Or?lt>rs
promptly filled. amos Soptember -S
NO. 45 COURTLANDT-STREET, NEir-VORK.
WROUOHT AND GALVANIZED IRON PIPE AND
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES
September 23 Gino
" TEAS? TEAS ?
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
Nos. 35 AND 37 VESEY-5THEET, N. Y.,
ARE RECEIVING CARGOES OF TEAS, AND ARE
selliug them to the Trado at CARGO PRICES.
Tboy keep a very complete assortment, adapted to tho
AU Goods are Bold ot STRICTLY ONE TRICE, and
from which there is no deviation.
The Company rnako a apeciality of putting up TEAS in
cad ?Il ci ami papers, for the Jobbing Trade.
Tho Company issue a monthly l'rlce List, which la
mailed regularly to customers, ami will bo sent to any
party ordering it freo of charco.
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COUPANT,
No?. 30 mid 37 Vcscy-?trcct, N. Y..
September 23 3mos
HAFPERTY & McHUGH,
O O H K
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers,
WHOLESALE AND UETAIL,
No. C'J FDjuTON-STBEET, NEW YORE.
September 25 lyr
J . C. HULL'S SON,
(Formerly W. Hull ?t Son),
., OFFICE No. U2 TARE ROW, NEW YORK.
',?3-FACTORY, CLIFF AND HAGUE-STREETS.
Soaps and Candles.
Upwards of one hundred varieties TOILET SOAPS.
September 21 3mo
i^ATE EDWARD DUNIGAN & BROTHER.
JAMES B. KIRK ER,
Publisher or Catholic Books and General
No. 599 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
September 21 Union Up Stairs.
BOOKS, 8TATI0NEBI 'AMD ALB-HUB,
FANCY GOODS, &c.
At Wholesale and Retail.
8END FOR OUR MAMMOTH CATALOGUE MALL
ED free. HILTON k CO.,
September 28 3mo No. 128 Nassau-st, N. Y.
MARBURG k CO.,
Importers and Manufacturers of Segara,
No. 193 Pearl-Street,
November 4 3mo
Establish?*! In 184T.
PAPER AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
NO CONNECTION WITH THE COMBINED MONOPO
LY FOR HIGH PRICES.
I OFFER THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTE
tock of PAPER, of every description, to bo foun
In tilla country. Booksellers, Stationers, Printers and
Binders will save money by first examining my stock.
Orders by mail promptly filled.
A. P. HARD, Wholesale Paper Dealer,
No. U Beekman-Btreet, N. Y. (The Old Stand).
September 23 3mos
J. P. DINSMORE,
[No* 30 DEY.STREET, NEW YORK,
Proprietor pf the Pernvinn Srrnplnnd Dr.
H. Ander'? Iodine Water.
WHOLESALE AGENT FOR WISTAR'S BALSAM OF
WILD CHERRY, Waheo and Calisaya Bitters.
The Universal Safety Matches. 2jjro September 28
Excelsior Flint Glass-Works.
Warehouse, No. 950 Pearl-street, New York,
MANUFACTURER OF, AND WHOLESALE DEALER
In. DRUGGIST'S GLA8SWARE AND SUNDRIES.
Cool Oil Lamps and Fixtures, Table Glassware, In all
varieties. Perfumers', Confectioners' and Liquor Deal
ers' GLASSWARE. too September 21
JOSEPH GDLLOTT'S STEEL PENS, i
Or THE OLD STANDARD QUALITY.
Or Descriptive Name, and Designating Number.
SECOND SERIES.?From No. 700 to 761.
Tbade Mobk: (Jo"ph OxiMm, j With designating
" " \ WonBAimtD. J Number.
For sale by
Hxhby Owkm, J08EPH GILLOTT ?V SONS,
Sole Agent. No. 01 John-street, N. Y.
September 25 lyr
JOHN T. MORRELL,
?Successor to John Moore,
No. 198 Front-street,
Embracing all the New and Most Approved
Plough? Sugar Milla
Harrows atoro Trucka
Dultivatora Wheel Barrows
lorho Hoos Hand Carta
Jotton Swcopa Fanning Milla
?oad Scrapcra Coffco Milla
Gardon Holler? Grain Cradles
Fiold Rollora Soythos
Corn SheHera. jfinoatha
Straw Cutters Hhovola and Spades
Stalk Cutters Hay and Manure Forka
Cotton Gina Gardon and Hay Bakoa
Horse Powers and Threshing Machines,
WAGONS, 0ABT8, ?la
CASTINGS, 0/ ail kinds, made to order.
GUANO, GROUND BONE, POUDRETTE,
And all other Fertilizers, sold on the most favorable
October S emos
N. York Advertisements.
J. C. DAYTON & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DAYTON, 8PRAGUE k CO.,
Rectifiers, ami Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS. WINES Ac,
and Man?_C?tren of Alcohol and Coloqu? Spirit, 95 per
cent., No. 107 Ft?it-street, and Nos. 31 and at? Dvubro?
scB-stroet, Now York.
A large supply of OUI Rye and Bourbon Whiskey on
hand. Established in 1814. Cinos ?October :i
DERUHKSO- ge DARTLETT,
PAPER AND RAG DEALERS,
No. 30 Ht-ckmmi-strcct, N. Y.
PRINTING, WHITING, WRAPPING AND COLORED
Papom, Straw and Binders'Boards, Tarred RooQug
Paper, Paper M luit&cturen' Supplies, and all kinds of
Paper-mill Machinery. Paper of every description made
toot?er. Bai;.! taken In exchange for Paper. Orders by
mall promptly attended to. lyr October *Jt
JAS. D. BARD, Agent,
?Jlnnufaeturer of Bard & Brothers' Gold Pens,
PEN AND PENCIL. CASES,
SILVER. BUDDEB AND GOLD PLA.TBDTELE
SCOPIC PEN CASES, TOOTH PICKS, fee,
No. '?'4 Mnltlcn Lane, New York.
Hot?amber is 3mo
MANUFACTURER'S HARDWARE HOUSE
HORACE W. LOVE & CO.,
No. :*G Cllir-Street-, New York.
ORDERS FOR ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE nromptlv
Cotton and other Southern products received on con
siguini'iit. cir In i-ayinent. lyr September 25
BOGERT ? EVANS,
PAPER DEALERS .VXD MANUFACTURERS
Nos. 23 PLATT AND _0 AND 39 GOLD-STS., N. Y.
PAPER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, SIZE OR QUAL
ITY constantly ?>? hand, ?ir made to Order. Also,
Hinders, Trunk ami Straw Board?. ly October 28
NEW ^??ff SKIRT.
Get the Best.
FRENCH ELASTIC SPRINGS,
Tbc latest invention of the largest miunfaet liters of
LatUoH' Crinoline In the world.
W. S. THOMSON. LANUDON k CO.,
September 31 3mO No. 3tU Hromlwiiy, N. Y.
HIRAM TUCKER & CO.,
MA>r_rA<_T_iiEns or and wholesale dealers is
FOLDIMG WOOD COTS,
OF VARIOUS SIZES, WITH
UNDULATING SPRING BOTTOMS,
BRONZE GOODS FOR. KEROSENE.
OUR 8PRINO BED HA8 BEEN EXTENSIVELY
uacil ?luriuR the past nine yours, and for neatness,
comfort and durability, stands unrivalled; it is simple
in its construction, very portable, aud can bo used with
Tbe FOLDING COT bas undulating spring slats, re
quires but little bedding, is well made, and easy of trans
Our BRONZE CHANDELIERS, BRACKETS, HALL
LIGHTS, PENDANTS and STAND LAMPS, are a
novelty In tbe market, ebnete and beautiful lu design.?
fully equal in color and tonu to tbe best French brouze,
and almost indestructible lu servie?'.
Our facilities for manufacturing all of tbe above goods
are of sucb a character that we are enabled to offer tbem
to tho trade at prices that cannot fail to be satisfactory.
The trade furnished with Pattern Book and Price List
on application. HIRAM TUCKER k CO..
September 20 No. 52 John-street. New York.
COTTON AND WOOL HAND CARDS.
Hardware and Card Mann fue hirers,
No. 70 BEEKMAN-STREET, N. Y.,
SOLE SUCESSORS TO THE WHITTEMOBE ?PATENT
SET." and only manufacturers of tho GENUINE
WHITTEMO?E COTTON CARDS.
Dealers are cautioned ajainst worthless imitations.
October 23 6mos
MESSES. MUMM - CO,
sou err o?? or American
A EUROPEAN IPATBRTB,
With a Branch Offlee at Wash
ington. Daring the past seventeen years MIHf Muim
A CO. have acted a? Attorneys for more than am? la
ventora, and statistlea show that nearly ora-nn__ of an
the application for patenta annually mad? In tbe United
States are sollelted through the Scientific- American Pat
ent Agency. All buglne_ connected with the Kramlna
tion of Inventions, Preparing Spec???Ions, Drawings,
Caveats, Assignments or Patent-, Prosec-tiiig Rcjoctod
Cases, Inter?rencoa Re_tu_ and __enslo?i of Patents,
and Opinions of the Infringement mid Validity of Patents,
will receive the most careful attention.
Patenta secured in England, Kranoo, Belgium, Austria,
Bui?a, Prussia, and all other foreign countries where Pat
ent Laws exist A Pamphlet of " Ad vico How to Secure
-Otters Patent," Including the Patent Laws of the United
States, furnished froe. All communlcaUonii confiden
turn & _oM
No. 57 PARK ROW, NEW YORK.
HAVE PROVED THEIR EXTRAORDINARY CURA
TIVE powers in Pulmonary .nnd Nervous dls
ises, during a period of nearly aoven years, both in tho
hands of the Medical profession and the people. No
romedy bos ovor called forth auch unriuallnod tostlmo
nlals of its efficacy as this. Tho following extract la
given from a letter elated
* * * <?xbo HYPOPRosrnrT?3 have bocomoso firm
ly established in my estimation, through years of severe
tsling, as an INFALLIBLE REMEDY lit is saying much,
I know) FOR CONSUMPTION, ovon in almost hopeless
km?, tliat I do not heeltato to assert that At? cases of
icniral consumtition ARE INCURABLE WITHOUT IT.
' AktiUM-Uiuno, O. W., Feb. 9, 1606.
'M. A. RIOE, M. V."
PniOEs.? In 7 oz. and116 or. bottles, ?1 and 2 each,
old by all respectable Druggist?, and at tbe Solo Oene
Dopot, wholeaalo and rotail, by
J. WINCHESTER _ CO.,
No. 80 jrohn-atreet, New York.
September ? * ? # ly
N. York Advertisements.
COMPOSITE IRON RAILING,
Formerly sohl bv
IIIITCHINSON .. WICKKRSHAM,
Is for sale by the manufacturers' Agency.
H?TOHIN.SON. DAVIES k CO.,
Novomber 2 lmo No. 407 Broomn-streot, N. V.
WYMAN. BYRD k CO.,
FOR TUE SALE OF
COTTON, COTTON YARNS, SHEETING*
Shirtings, Jeans, &c,
No. 7S CIIAMIIEKS-STUICKT, NEW YOIIK.
SAM'L O. WYMAN, 1 , .
(?KO. II. DYRD. I ,atc ???Baltimore, M<1.
WM. GREGG, Jr., late of Granlteville S C
JAMES C. 8MITH, of New York. '
October afl jnJO
HOhLLY'S ADIERICiVN AMD -SURO_*I0A-V
IN THE ECONOMICAL GENERATION OF STEAM,
and the adaptation of WOOD and COKE-IIIMtNING
ENGINES to COAL-BURNING* ami in permanent way.
incluilinj; Ro.-ul, Bed, Sleepers. Rails, Joint Fastenings,
street hallways, etc., etc. By A. L. HOLLEY, B. P.,
with 77 illustrations, 1 vol., folio, cloth, $12.
D. VAN N08TRAND. Publisher,
November !? 3mo No. Ml Broadway.
IIUHNIN? OF THE MUSEUM."
LETTER FROM MR. BABNUM.
MESSRS. HERRING k CO.:?GENTLEMEN :
Though the dc?tructiouof tin: American Museum
has proved a Kerioiw 1o?3 to mynclf and the lmblie, I am
happy te verify the olil adage, that "It'Han 111 wind that
Mow m nobody liood," and, c-nuscquontry, congratulato
you that your well-known Safes have again demonstrated
their superior lire-proof ?nullities In au ordeal of unu
Tho Safo yon made for me some timo ago was iu tho
office of the Museum, on the hccouiI floor, back part of
the building, end In the bottent ot the Are.
After twenty-four bourn of trial it was found among
the debris, and on opening it tlii? day, Imp yielded up Km
contents In very good order?books, pnpnrs, policies of
Insurance, bonk bill?, all in condition tor immediate
uso, and a noble commentary un the trustworthluOHl of
Herring's Fire-Proof Safe?.
Truly your!", P. T. BARSUM.
New York, July 11, 18G5.
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The most ?reliable protection from fire now known.
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November 2 3niO
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(Formerly iu St. Lonis.)
?To. 58 WATER-STKEF.T, NEW YOKK.
ORDERS ARE .SOLICITED FOR THE PURCHASE
or SALE ol COTTON. BUG AR, MULAtkifi?, COF
FEE, Teas, Weateril Produce, Naval Stores, Bagging,
Kop?>, ?vc, kc, which will receive our bent personal at
tention. Irau October "W
FLUID EXTRACT lilUllll!
Non-Retontlon or Incontlncneo of Urine, Irritation, In
flammation or Ulc?ration of the Bladder ot* Kidney?'.
Disease? of tho Prostate Gland, Stone iu tho Bladder,
Calculus, Gravel or Brick Dust Deposit, and all Diseases
of .tho Bladdor, Kidneys, and Dropsical Swellings.
_?__.t_ti_d in___.T_a-A.c*_: _3T_roi_rcr
ARISING FROM EXCESSES OU INDISORI?TION.
The Constitution once affected by Organlo Weaknesses,
requires the aid of medicine to strengthen and invigo
rate the system, which Uelmbold's Extract Buchu In
variably docs. If no treatment be submitted to, Cou
s umption or Insanity may ensue.
ITl-TJID EXTRACT BUCHU,
In affections peculiar to females, is unequalled by auy
other preparation, as in Chlorosis or Retention, Irregu
larities, painfulnoss or suppression ot customary evacu
ations, Ulc?ration or Sclrrhous state of tho Uterus, Leu
corrh?es, and all complaints incident to tho sex, whether
arising from habits of dissipation, Imprudences, or in
the Decline or Change of Life.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
HVTPROV-DID ROSE WASH,
Will radically exterminate, from the system Diseases of
be Urinary Organs arising from habits of dissipation,
at Uttle expense, little or no change in diet, und no ex
posure, completely superseding those unpleasant and
dairgorous remedies, Copabia and Mercury, in curing
t hose unpleasant and dangerous diseases.
_? __ _JIX> EXTRACT B tTCHTJ
n all cases of the Urinary Organs, whether existing in
male or female, from whatever eau hi originating, and
no matter of how long standing. It is pleasant In tasto
and odor, immediate in its action, and more etrengthen
i ng than any of tho preparations of Bark or Iron.
ThoBO suffering from Broken-down or Delicate Consti
tutions, procure tho remedy at once.
The reader must be aware that however slight may be
ho attack of tho abovo disease, it Is suro to affect his
bodily health, mental powers, happiness, and that of his
posterity. Our flesh and blood are supported from those
PHYSICIANS, PLEASE NOTICE !
Wo make no secret of the lngrodlonts. UELM
BOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU Is oomposed of
Buehu, Cubebs, and Juniper Berries, selected with groat
oare and prepared in vacuo by //. T. HELMBOLD,
Druggist and ChemlBt of sixteen years' exporleuco In
ho city of Philadelphia, and which Is now prescribed
by tho most eminent physicians, has been admitted to
use in tho United States Army, and is also in very gen
eral use In the State Hospitals and public Sanitary In
stitutions throughout tho land.
s?5- Direct letters to
DRUG AND CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE,
G94 Broadway, New York,
UELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT,
104 Sooth Tenth-street (below Chesuut),
Sold by Druggists Everywhere.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK FOR HELMBOLD'S.
No. 724 Broadway? New York.
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