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mw BATCHELOR S HAIR DYE!-THE ..ORIGINAL
nd bett In tho world I The only true end perfect HAIR DYE. Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. Produces Immediately a splendid Black or natural Brown, with out lrvjiirlng the hair or skin. Lemedles the ill effects o bad dyes. Bold by all Druggists. The genuine ls signed WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR. Also, HE G KN EU ATI NU EXTRACT OF MTLLEFLEURS, For rcatoring and Beautifying tho Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR, New York. AuRUst 17 lyr **? ITC II 1 ITCH .1 ITCH ! SCRATCH 1 SCRATCH I SCRATCH !-WHEATON'S OINTMENT WILL CURE THE ITCH IN FORTY-EIGHT HOURS. Also onxeaRALT RHEUM, ULCERS, CHILBLAINS, and all ERUWIPNS OF THE SKIN. Trice 50 cents. For ?alo hy all Druggists. By sending CO cento to WEEKS h POTTER, Sole Agents, No. 170 Washington-street, Boston, Mass., it will be forwarded by mail, free of post age, to any part of tho United Staten. November 8 _5m o m?~ SPECIAL NOTICE-"GREAT OAKS FROM little acorns grow." The worst diseases known to the human race spring from causes so small as to almost defy detection. The volumes of scientific lore that AU ?be tables and shelves of tho medical fraternity only go io prove and elaborate these facts. Then guard yourselves while yon may. Tho smallest pimple on tba akin ia a tell-tale and indicator of disease, lt may fado and die away from the surface of tho body, Taut it wiil reach tho v?tala, perhaps, at last, and death be the result and final close. MAGG IEL'8 BILIOUS, DYSPEPTIC, and DIARRHEA PILLS cure whero all others fail. While for Burns, Scalds, Chilblains, Cuts, and all abrasions of the skin, MAGGI." L'S Salve la In aauible. Bold by J. MAGG IEL. No. 43 Fulton-street, Mew York, and all Dmgglata, at 36 cents per box. September 36 lyr mar CONSTITUTION WATER.- CONSTITUTION WATER, the only known remedy for Diabetes, Stone in ha Bladder, Calculus, Gravel, Brick Duet Deposit, and Mucuoue or Milky Discharges, Irritation of the Bladder, Inflammation of the Kidney, Catarrh of thc Bladder. Tho astonishing success which bas attended this in valuable medicine rendera it the most valuable one ever discovered. No language, can convey an adequate Idea of thc immediate and almost miraculous chango which it occasions to tho debilitated and shattered system. In fact lt stands unrivalled an a remedy for the pcrmanefit oura of the maladies above-men Hon od, and also DIABE TES, IMPOTENCY, LOSS OF MUSCULAR ENERGY, PHYSICAL PROSTRATION, INDIGESTION, GLEET, and every disease any way connected with tho disorder of decay. Persons, if conscious of any weakness, should Uko the CONSTITUTION WATER; whether broken down by ox ?ese, weak by nature, or impaired by sickness, the un strung and relaxed organization ls at once re braced, re vivified and built up. Well may thia celebrated remedy be called the MEDICAL WONDER. The stooping, trembling victim of depression and de bility booomea a new man; he stands erect, he moves with a firm step; his mind, which was previously sunk In gloom of an almost idiotic apathy, boco in os bright and active, and he goea forth regenerated, conscious of now vigor. The medicine roaches tho constitution itself, and restores it to its normal condition. For these diseases it la truly a sovereign remedy, and too much cannot be amid in Ita praise. A single dose has been known to relieve tba most urgent symptoms. Try M In those cases, and you will giro your praise to CON STITUTION WATER. MALES OR FEMALES, are yon troubled with that dis tressing pain in the small c. the back, and through your bips T "Constitution Wat?.-" w?l relieve yon like magic. For sale by all Druggists. Price $1. W. H. GREGG A CO., Proprietor?. MORGAN * ALLEN, General Agenta, No. 46 Cliff street, New York, Arno September 28 49-A CROWN OF GLORY_EVERY MAN, WOMAN AMD CHILD WHO HAS USED STERLING'S AMBROSIA ia willing to recommend lt Three years of rapidly in creasing sale have made the AMBROSIA famous all over the world. IT IS WARRANTED TO PLEASE. lt Makes New Hair Grow on Bald Heads. lt Prevents the Hair from Falling Out. lt Renders the Hair Soft and Glossy. Cleanses the Scalp. Coola the Heated Brow. Removes Dandruff. Cures Nervous Headache. Cures Baldness. Insures Luxuriant Locks. Inclin?e Hair to Curl. Super sedes Wigs. Kille Hair Eaters. Good effect apparent at once. TO TILE LADIES WE SAY, tho AMBROSIA will snit you to a T. Elegantly put up. Delicately Perfumed Patronized by Opera Singera and Actresses. Bold in splendid boxes or cartons, contain ing two large bottles: No. a for morning-No. 1 for eve ning. THERE IS NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT, STERLING'S AMBROSIA ls the best, most agreeable and effective toilet article in the world. To prove thia, ry a carton. Sold by Druggists, STERLING'S AMBROSIA MANUFACTURING COMPANY, ?15 F" wi ton-street. Ti. Y. September 38_ Smoe mw CITY HALL.-OFFICE CLERK OF COUN CIL.-Nov Elie KM 0, leno.-The City Council wiU, at its next Regular Meeting, to be held on TUESDAY, 31st inst, proceed to elect a Printer to do the City Printing. Offers for doing the same will be received at this Office np to 13 o'clock M. on the day above mentioned. By order of Council. W. H. SMITH, November 10 Clerk of Council. mw CITY HALL.-OFFICE CLERK OF COUN CIL.-NoYXXBZB 9, 1866.-The City Council will, at its next Regular Meeting, to be held on TUESDAY, 21st inst., proceed to elect the varions Boards of Commis sioners of tb? City Institution. By order of Council. W. H. SMITH, November IQ Clerk of CounolL mw. OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, NOVEM BER ?, Mao.-The City Council will, at its next regular meeting, to be held on Tuesday, Slat inst,, proceed to ?Ul the following offices, viz : CLERK OF COUNCIL. HARBOR MA6TER. CITY SURVEYOR. PHYSICIAN OF THE POOR, U. W. W D PHYSICIAN OF THE POOR, U. W. E. D ' CITY REGISTRAR. CITY INSPECTOR. INSPECTORS OF TIMBER AND LUMBER. MRA8UREB8 OF WOOD AND LUMBER. GUAGER8 OF LIQUORS. CITY APOTHECARY. CORONER OF ST. PHILIP'S AND ST. MICHAEL'S. SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC CEMETERY. FIVE PORT WARDENS. KEEPER OF ST. MICHAEL'S CLOCK. TWO INSPECTORS OF NAVAL STORES. Applications will be received at this office up to 13 .'slock M. on the day above mentioned. W. H. SMITH, November 10_ Clerk of Connell. mw NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.-OFFICE Clerk Of Connell, November ll, 1866. Auctioneers who have filed In thu office applications for licenses, aro hereby notified to come forward and ezecute their .bond?. W. H. SMITH, Nouera ber 18 Clerk of ConnotL mw NOTICE 18 HEREBY O J VEN TO ALL to Ieee? ted, that LICENSES for Carta, Drays, Hacks, Car riages and Omnibuses will be granted, under City Ordi janous, on application to the subscriber, at tbs Hall of ???Hope Firs Engine Company, west end of Market ?RMjMs Those Licenses win take dato from tho lat of October, ?nd be in toro? until ti* 1st of January, 1866. Tho price 2ri?*^?:??mrth of (Mia* for the year aa established try tho Ordinance ratified December 29. 1866. m^.La. ?7 of Mayor Maonrrn. October 16 A CAMPBELL, City Treasurer. CHARLES H. MOISE & CO., (SccC?flbOBS TO T. J. <V C. H. MOISI; & Co.,) WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, M. 15 Hayne-street, CHARLESTON, S. C. CHAS. II. MOISE...MAUX E. COHEN. CHAS. H. MOISE & CO., No. 16 Hayne-street, OFFER FOR SALE LOW, FOR CASH. GROCERIES t SUGAR-BROWN, REFINED AND CRUSHED COFFEE-Of different grades MOLASSES-In hods., tierces and barrels TEA-Hyson, Imperial and Oolong MACKEREL-In barrels and kita SALMON-In kita and bi Un cana HERRING-No. 1, and scaled SOAP-Toilet Soaps, Starch and Blue CANDLES-In boxes and half-boxes j BAGGINO, ROPE and TWINE WRITING PAPER, ENVELOPES and INK WRAPPING PAPER and PAPER BAGS CRACKERS-Boston, Soda, Ginger, Sugar, Fancy and Egg CHEESE-A choice selection FRUIT-Raisins, Citron, Figs, Currants, Almonds and NuU I SARDINES, Olive Oil, Pickles and Pr?senes WOODENWAHE, Brooms and Matches SPICES-Ground aud Whole TOBACCO. Segara, Snuff, Pipes, Pipo Hcada, Pipe Stems CANDY, Maooaronl, Vermicelli VINEGAR, TABLE SALT. YEAST POWDERS FIRE-CRACKERS, NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR LIQUORS i WHISKY, BRANDT, OIN CLARET, PORT, SHERRY, MADEIRA and MALAGA WTNES SCOTCH ALE and ENGLISH PORTER CHAMPAGNE-"Do St. Marcoaux A Co." November 13 * LATEST ARRIVAL, PER 8TEAMSH1P AND SAIL 200 B?rrela FLOUR 25 barrels Crushed 8ugar 100 barrels Brown Sugar 100 barrels Mackerel 50 one-half b?rrela Mackerel * 50 one-quarter barrels Mackerel 100 kita Mackerel 25 tierces Hame 25 hogsheads Molasses 100 boxes Adamantine Candles 25 bags Coffee 300 dozon Mustard 25 bags Pepper 26 bags Allspice 100 boxes Soap 100 boxes Starch 60 dozen Brooms 60 dozen Buckets 25 b?rrela Linseed Oil (boiled) 200 dozen Mason's Blacking 250,000 Segara (favorite branda) 600 Reams Note, Lotter, and Foolscap Toper KO dozen Collina' Axes 25 boxes Extra C Tobacco 10 boxes ScarfalatU Smoking Tobacco 100 Cooking stoves (desirable styles) 300 boxes Tin (all grades) 2000 feet Lead Pipe (assorted sizes) 100 co Us Manilla Rope. For sale by ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO., Noa. 126 and 128 MEETING-STREET, November 10 And Nos. 63 and 65 Haeel-streeL SALT, FL0UB, ETC. 1 CAA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT 1?UU 60 SACKS TURK'S ISLAND SALT 100 BBLS. REEF 100 BBLS. AND HALF BBLS. FORK 200 BBLS. EXTRA FLOUR 800 BBLS. SUPERFINE FLOUR 200 CHEE8E-DIFFERENT KINDS. For sale cheap for cash by OEO. W . Cl,ARK Ai CO., October 13 No. 1*5 Meeting-street* Butter, Segars. 1 S\ FIRKINS PRIME BUTTER A-\J 10 M Sogars 10 doz Canned Peaches 10 doa canned Ai ea io For aale low, to close consignment by T. SAVAGE HEYWARD A 80N8, October 30_ _No. 121 East Bay^_ Blankets. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORT MENT OF BLANKETS, which we offer for sale at reasonable figur?e. T. SAVAGE HEYWARD A 80N8, October 30 No. 123 East Bay. Hardware. STORE TRUCKS STORE LOCKS KIM LOCKS KNOB LOCKS PADLOCKS AUGURS SAWS BUCK RAWS PLANES TROWELS WHITEWASH BRUSHES BRACES - AMES' LONG-HANDLE 8HOVELS AMES' SHORT-HANDLE SHOVELS For sale by T. SAVAGE HEYWARD & 80NS. October 30_No. 123 East Bay. Bice. Twine, Salt O/^k BARRELS RICE OU 100 aacks liverpool Salt ll bales Bagging Twine 400 Gunny Bags. For Baie ny BRUNS A BEE, November 19 No 84 East Bay. Hams, Beef, Vinegar. 5BHDS. SUPERIOR HAMS 3 hhds. good Hams 20 bbl*, extra Sugar Cured Hams 26 bbls. Mess Beef 26 bbl?, beat Cider Vinegar For sale by J. S. SCHIRMER, November 7 No. 18 North Commercial Wharf. Bice! Bice! Bice!. HOPKINS, MCPHERSON A CO., NO. iee MEETING STREET, keep constantly on hand a supply of FRESH BEAT WHOLE, MIDDLING, and SMALL CARO LINA RICE._. . Imo_October 31 Rice! Flour! ? /~\ BAGS BEST JAVA BICE O VJ 60 bbls. SUPERFINE FLOUR. 60 bbls. Fine Flour. For aale by J. a SCHIRMER, November 7 No. 18 North Commercial Wharf. Bar Iron. ROUND, SQUARE AND FLAT. For aale by J. M. EA80N, No. 9 Exchange-street November 3 Rear of old Postofllce. Stoves! Stoves! Qi* IA STOVES, SUITABLE FOR OFFICI8 OR OW ROOMS. For sale at Manufacturer's Prioes, by HOPKINS, MCPHERSON A CO.. October 31_No. 165 Meeting-street NOTICE. LIME! LIME! LIME! EIGHT HUNDRED (SOO? BARRELS LIME, FOR sale by EHAUGH A MALLONEE, Horlbeck's Wharf, near the Northeastern Railroad, November 18 6_Wholesale and Retail. 5000 BBLS. AMERICAN GUANO. rpUE ATTENTION OF PLANTERS IS INVITED TO A the superior article of AMERICAN GUANO, from Baker and Jarvis' Island, in the Pacific Ooean. This Suano has been thoroughly tried throughout the South, and can be recommended. Pamphlet with full dlrec Uona aa to Its application, also certificates aa to its value ? a manure, can se seen at my office. Price-THIRTY DOLLARS PER TON of 2000 pounds. Neveanber 9 imo J. N. ROBSON, No. W Eui Bay. JOHN KING & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND Commission Merchants, OFFER FOR SALE, On Reasonable Terms? At No. 88 Hascl-strect, 200 HBLR. FLOUR. EXTRA "Cottajc Mills" 100 boxes ii.mid Candles 100 boxes tdaniantine Can dles 100 quarti! bbls. Mackerel 73 bali bus. Mackerel 50 bbls. Nackerei 100 kits Mtckcrel 50 kits Salmon 100 kegs aid boxes Soda 100 boxes Soap 300 boxes Starch 100 kegs Nilla, assorted 50 bbls. Brown Sugar 50 bbls. Crushed Sugar 50 doz. PAILS AND TUBS, assorted 20 bagR Pepp'-r 20 bags Spice r> bales ('loves 2 coses Nutmegs 50 mats Cassia 5 bags Ginger 25 boxes Ground Ginger 25 bbls. Copperas 50 kegs Epsom Salts 20 cases Cotton Cards 20 cases Wool Cards 50 Arkins B'.tter 50 tubs Lard 100 boxes Cheese Aleo, a fine assortment of PICKLES, OYSTERS, LOBSTERS, SALMON, Ac, Ac. November 1_wfm Wines, Brandies, Segars, &c er rv BARRELS SUPERIOR BOURBON WHISKY OU 50 elghth-casksTl randy 50 eighth-casks Crown Sherry 100 casea Crown Sherry 100 cases St. Julien Claret 50 cases Champagne, qts 50 cases Champagne, pts 100 cases Champagne Cider 100 cases Sautcrne Wino 25 cases Gin-"Rip Van Winkle" 26 cases Rnm-"St Croix" 200 cases Ale-"Muir & Sons," qts and pta 60 cases nsxorted Cordials 2 puncheons scotch Whisky Just received per steamers and schooners, and for sale low by .INO. KINO & CO., November 1 wfm No. 88 HA8EL-STREET. ALB !_ALE! 100 Barrels Amsdell Brothers' CELEBRATED ALBANY AMBER ALB. Received weekly, and for sale by JOHN KING & CO., No. 88 H ASEL- STREET. t?f BOLE AGENTS for the States of Georgia and South Carolina. wfm November 1 Crockery & Glass-Ware. AFULL ASSORTMENT OF CROCKERY AND GLASS-WARE, consisting of : DINNER, SOUP, AND BREAKFAST PLATES. CUPS AND SAUCERS. BOWLS, PITCHER8. EWERS AND BASINS, Ac, Ac. Just received and for sale by JOHN KINO & CO., November 1 _wfm No. 88 H ASEL-STREET, Ho?ow-Ware. O?TlA?^a PIECES OF HOLLOW-WARE, CONSLST AVlfU INO OF : POTS, OVENS, SPIDERS, FRYING PANS, Ac., Ac. For sale low by JOHN KING & CO., November 1 wfm_No. 88 H ABEL- 8TREET. UQUOBS ! LIQUORS ! INCLUDING A MOST EXTENSIVE SUPPLY OF everything In the LIQUOR BUSINESS, _ SUCH as : 200 bbls. WHISKY, some old, some splendid, and nomo very cheap 10 quarter casks BRANDI 100 pack apeo WINES, CHERRY BRANDY, ST. CROIX RUM, PORT WINE, Ac., Ac. 3000 cases WHISKY, BRANDY, GIN, Ao.. Ac. Call at our large A'alca Rooms, No. 145 MEETING STREET. CEO. W. CLARK <k CO. October 13 CLARK & GRUBER, I DEALERS IN GROCEEIES, Provisions and Wines OF ALL KINDS. FAMILIES & PLANTATIONS SUPPLIED, At the old Stand of N. M. PoBrrn A Co., No. 336 King-street, Third door above. Market-street, CHARLESTON-, S_ C. J. M. CLARK.GEO. H. GRUBER. November 8 wfm lin o D?NL0FS ALE, X. X. -AJSTD AMBER, J. D. KAVANAGH, Agent, NO. 89 EAST BAT. October 34 Imo EDDY'S PATENT KEROSENE STOVES. rpi!ESE 8TOVE8 COMBINE ECONOMY WITH COM A FORT, and can be need In any part of the house. They take up no room, give no dual nor smoke, and cook cheaper and quicker with Kerosene than ordinary stoves with coal or wood. They are made of all sizes, from a Nursery Lamp to a Range, and will do all the cooking or Irai lng for any family. Ladies can do the cooking without the assistance of servants. For sale at VON HOLTEN, TAMBEN & CO., No. lOO KINO STREET, Sole Agenta for tba State of South Carolina. 49* Catalogu?e mailed free. November 8 wfm Imo METALLIC PAINT, AN INDESTRUCTIBLE WITING FOR IRON, TINAND WOOD, IT CONSISTS OF SEVENTY-TWO PARTS OXIDE OF IRON, an! twenty-eight parta CEMENT LIME STONE in the ?ne hundred pounds. It baa much nore body than Red or White Lead, lt la warranted perfectly water and tire proof, and to with stand a greater heat on metals, without scalinc. than anv other Paint in aaa. 7 It ia a perfect cover for all kinds of Iron, Tin or Wood work. Out-houses and Canvas Coverings. It prevents and arrests the corrosion of metals, and ls not a l?ftetet! by the action of salt, gaaes, adda or ammonia. Thia paint requires no more oil than dry lead or sine, and much leas than the ordinary mineral paints. It ia free from any waste, and possesses a spreading and covering pow cr unequalled. Terms.-By barrel or bab* barrel, five cents pound. CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO., Agent?, September 8 Lnw No. 142 Moetmg-street, SPECTACLES! SPECTACLES! GLASSES TO BOTT ALL AGES, FITTED IN GOLD. Silver and Bte?! trames, by I ALLAN A SIDDONS, Sept ?nb r 21 No. 3? 7 Kug-?treer. N. York Advertisements. K ll A 1! 1" S UIULIAUU TAUL.ES: MANUFACTUHEll, No. 1413 Fulton-Hti. i t. N. Y. September 21 3mo ELLY, ZACHARIE & CO., TXTO- ?310 BO W ERY, IT. "XV EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURERS OF TOILET SOAP S AMD PEBFrjMER"Y. 40- Catalogu?e sont free. November 10 furn 3m os Ii AMPS. CHANDELIERS, OFFICE LAMPS. Hall Lanterna, Billiard Lamps. Snip Lampa, 8troet Lanterna. Dining Itoom lamp?, Spring Candlesticks. Side Lampe, Kitchen Lamp?. Factory Lampa, Station Lamp??. Sewing Lamps, Bracket Lampe, Railway Lamps, Suspending I aun ps. And all articles appertaining to thc trade. DIETZ & CO., Manufacturer", Manufactory and Saleo lloom ? Hos 131 and 134 WUham-atreet, November 10 fmw3mo Now York. J. T. RICHARDS & CO., No. 9 Platt-strect, N. Y. BARGAINS DAILY- RECEIVED FROtt AVCTION. ALSO, A REGULAR ASSORTMENT OF REO ULAR OOODH adapted to the Southern trade. Mr. RICHARDS, formerly of Richmond, Ta, Is tho roughly acquainted with the Southern requirement?. Orders promptly filled and satisfaction guarantied. November 1 wftnSmoB "A smile wa* on ber lip-health waa ia her look, strength waa in ber step, and in ber hands--PLACTA ?non Bmxna.". S. T.-18GO-X. A few bottles of PLANTATION Birnam Will cure Nervous Headache. " Cold Extremities and Feverish lips. " Sour fi tom neb and Fetid Breath. " Flatulency and Indigestion. " Nervous Affections. " Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath. " Pain over the Eves. " Mental Despondency. - M Prostration ; Great Weakne** " Sallow Complexion, "Weah Bowels, fcc. Which are the evidence? of LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA. It is estimated that seven-tenths of ail adult ailments proceed from a diaoased and torpid liver. The biliary secretions of the liver overflowing inf? the stomach poison the entire system and exhibit tte above symp toms. After long research, we are able to present the most remarkable cure ?br those horrid nightmare diseases the world has ever produced. Within one year over six hundred and forty thousand persons nave taken the PLA NT A TI OTT BITTERS, and not an instance of complaint has come to our knowledge t It la a most effectual tonic and agreeable, stimulant, suited to ail conditions of life. The reporta that lt relics upon mineral substances for Its active properties, are wholly feist. For the nat I af ac tion of the public, and that patienta may consult their physicians, we append a list of its conponenta. CALISAYA BABS.-Celebrated tor ever two hundred years In the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Weakness, etc. It waa introduced ?D*,O Europe by the Countess, wife of the Viceroy of Peru, m 1640, and after wards sold by the Jesuits for the entrmous price of its own weight in silver, under the name of Jesuit's Powders, and waa finally made public by Loma XVI, King of France. Humboldt makes especial reference to lia feb ri fuge qualities during his South American travels. CA RC Aim .LA BAU-For diarrhoea, colic and diseases of the stomach and bowels. DANDELION-For Inflammation of the loins and drop al cal affections. CHAMOMILE FLOWERS-For enfeebled digestion. I. v vr.suF.il F LO WIRB-Aromatic, stimulant and tonic highly invigorating in nervous debility. WIKTEKOUEEN-For scrofula, rheumatism, etc. ANI.-E-An aromatic carminative ; creating flesh, mus cle and milk ; much used by mothers nursing. Also, <dove-buds, orange, carraway, coriander, snake root, etc S. T.-1860-X. Another wonderful ingredient, of great use among the Spanish ladies of South America, importing beauty to the complexion and brilliancy to the mind, ia .vet un known to thc commerce of tho world, and we withhold its name for the present. IMPORTANT CERTIFICATES. ROCHESTER, N. Y., December 38, 1661. M es Bra. P. H. DRAKE & Co.-I have been a great emf ferer from Dyspepsia for three or four yearn, and had to abandon my profession. About three months ago I tried the Plantation Bitters, and to my great joy I am now nearly a well man. I have recommended them In several cases, and as far as I know, always with signal benefit, I am respectfully yours, REV. J. 8. CA THORN. PHILADELPHIA, 10th Month, 17th Day, 1863. RESPECTED FRIEND :-My daughter bas been much benefited by the use of thy Plantation Bitters. Thoa wilt send me two bottles more. Thy friend, ABA CURRIN. SHERMAN HOUSE. CHIOAOO, III., Feb. ll, 1863. Messrs. P. H. DRAKE & Co.-Please send tu another twelve caaos of your Plantation Bitters. As a morning appetizer, they appear to have superseded everything else, and are greatly esteemed. yours, Ac, O AGE A WATTE. Arrangements are now completed to supply any de mand for this article, which has not heretofore been pos sible. The public may reat assured that in no cats win the perfectly pure standard of the PLANTATION BITTERS be departed from. Every bottle bean theftc-sinile of our. signature on a steal f?ate engraving, or it cannot be genuine. Any person pretending to se? PLANTATION BITTXES in bulk or by the gallon, is a swindler and imposter. Beware of refilled bottles. See that eur Private stamp it U HM OTI LA TED over emery cork. Sold by all Druggists, O rocera and Dealers throughout the country. P. H. DEAKE & GO., New York. August 14 m wi 3mo PUMPS! PUMPS! PUMPS! Steam, Force, Suction and Lifting Pumps OF EVERY DESCRIPTION : STEAM A Bf D OAS PIPES, Pipe and Steam Fittings, AND EVERT DESCRIPTION or Plumbers', Gas and Steam Fitters' GK)ODS, FOR BALE AT THE LOWEST BATHS, BT JOHN B. FULLER, . No. 8 DEV-STBEKT, NEW YORK. November 10 fmwlyr ROBERT FOULPS, IMPORTER OF EB EN CH, EN O LIB fl AND O DIM AN Toys, Fancy Goods, China k Fireworks. ALSO, MANUFACTURER Of TRANSPARENT SLATES. Ko. 39 Johu-atreet, New Y frit. November 10 I snwlyr N. York Advertisements. PRICES REDUCED ! PRINTING MATERIALS. NEW YORK TYPE FOUNDRY, ( HST AB USU ED 1820.) NO. a? BEBKMAN-STREET. 1}IUNTER8 ARE INVITED TO CALXi ON THE BUB HCIUISRR. ?han they can ba ?uppllod with every style of PRINTING TYPES, made from unrivalled harrt metal, and flnifhed in the most accurate manner. witb PRESSER and every article thoy require, atthoLOWKST PRICE for cash or approved paper. ELECTROTYl'lNG AND ?TEREOTYP1N?. ? 8ceond-hand Presses and materials bought and sold \ Type Coppcrfsced to order by thc Newton Company. Fonte assorte ! with accents for Kpaulsh, French ami Portuguese. Old Type taken in exchange for New at 16c. per pound. ! November 8_wfm lyr P. C. OORTELYOU E. D. VALENTINE & CO.'S FINK GOLD PENH, CASES, HOLDERS, etc., NO. 15 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK. These Pens are floe, elastic, and every one warranted ; ore assorted In large or email lots to suit deakin*, who are requested to send for Prloe Lists. November 8 _wfm3mo HUNGURBI11ILER & LINHERR, BCCCEflsoaa TO C. ly I \ ll E ll ll & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Vi l? CAN I TE JEWELRY, and ARTISTS IN HAIR, N*8. I 691 Broadway, New York. I A. H UNO ER BU H I. KR.JOHN A. LINHERR. November 8 wfnv.imo AQUA fe MAGNOLIA. ATOILET DELIGHT 1 THE LADIES' TREASURE and gentleman's boon! The "sweetest thins'' and largeat quantity. Manufactured from thc rich Sonthem Magnolia. Ceca for bathing the face and per son, to render tho skin soft and fresh, to prevent erup tions, to perfume clothing, Ac. It overcomes the unpleasant odor of perspiration, lt removes redness, tan, blotches, Ac. It cures nervous hcadacho and allays inflammation. It cools, softens, and adds delicacy to the skin. It yields a subdued and lasting perfume. lt cures mosquito bites and stings of insects. It contains no material injurious to the skin. Patronized by Actresses and Opera Bingera. It ic what every lady should have. Sold everywhere. Try tho Magnolia water once, and you wiU use no ether Co logne, Perfumery, or Toi>t Water afterwards. DEMAS BARNES A CO.. . Props. Exclusive Agents, N. Y October 30 mwflyr HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA BALM, rruns is THE MOST DELIGHTFUL AND EXTRA J. ORDINARY article ever discovered. It change the tmn-burnt face and hands to a pearly satin tex tun of ravishing beauty, imparting tho marble purity ot youth, and the ditlinguc appearance so inviting m the city belle of fashion. It removes tan, freckles, pimple* and roughness from the skin, leaving the complexion fresh, transparent and smooth. It contains no material injurious to the akin. Patronized by Actreaeea and Opera Singers. It is what every lady should have. SoW everywhere. Retail price 60 cents. Prepared by W. E HAGAN, Troy, N. Y. Address all orders to DEMAS BARNES A CO., October 30 mwfjyr New York. THE WORLD'S FAIR IN LONDON, THE GREAT FAIR OF THE American Institute, and the Stat*: lairs of Vermont, New York, Illi nois, Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin. Kentucky and Pennsylvania, tun . decided that thc Universal CLOTHES WRINGER, WITH COG WHEELS, is -tho best. OVER 2003000 Of them have been sold and are now in MO in tin Utntcd States. They save Clothes, Labor and Time. EVERY WRINGER 18 WARRANTED. Dealers and Canvassers can make money fast loll in them in every town. Exclusive tale given to the firs* responsible applicant. Illustrated nice Lifit and Terms Circular sent free. R, C. BROWNING, Gen'l Ag't, No. 347 BROADWAY, N. Y. November 1 wfm2mo Cotton Gins! Cotton Gins! Cotton Gins! Taylor, Brown, Eagle, Southern. Emory & Crave?., McCharty and Excelsior COTTON GINS, WITH ENGINES, HORSE POWERS, AN IV EVERY THING COMPLETE FOR RUNNING, IN STORE, AND READY FOR IMMEDIATE. SHIPMENT AT THE LOWEST RATES, BY JOHN B. FULLER, No'. 8 Dey-street, NEW YORK. October 90_mwflyr TO WHOLESALE GROCERS, . 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