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SH AC KEL F ORD, HAAS & CO.
Commission Merchante, KO. 169 FROKT-STRBET, NEW YORK, tVO. 33 WATER-STREET. WiL&tlNQTOtf, N. C. ARE PREPARED TO BUY AND SELL ALL KINDS I OK MERCHANDISE ?nd the Productions of tho South. ORDERS TAKEN FOR NORTH CAROLINA LUMBER October 38_Uno MARVIN'S NEW PATENT ALUM AND DRY PLASTER FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES. MERCHANTS' SAFES, BANKERS' STEEL BURG LAR PROOF AND SPECIE CHESTS, Plate and Jewelry Bafea for DweUing Houtoi, of Ornamented ? Patterae, with Marble tope. Oar Bafea posses* tho following advantages : They combine tho two most fire-proof substances known. They are perfectly dry, and do not corrode the Iron. Thoy do not lose their fire-proof qu ali ti oe by ago. Our Locks aro superior to any others in uso. MARVIN & CO.. No. 368 Broadway. New York. No. 731 Chestnut-street, Philadelphia Agents-WM. M. BIRD A 00:, No. 303 East Boy, .Charleston. lyr_October 38 STATEN ISLAND FANCY DYED?I, ESTABLISHMENT, OFFICE NOS. 5 AND 7 JOHN-STREET. NEW YORK. No. 718 riroadway, Ti. Y., np kVfn nvirrnra No. 5,69 P?altor? - stre e t, BRANCH OFFICES BrooVlyn, and I. No. 47 N. Elghth-st., I'hll. THI8 ESTABLISHMENT. SO LONG KNOWN TO THE I oountry, continues to DYE AND CLEAN ALL KINDS OF DRESS GOODS, either in the pleco or in garments. Ladles' Dresses, Shawls, Ac, of Silk, Satin, Vorvet, Merino, and other fabrica, cleaned carefully, without being ripped. Also, Gentlemen's Coats, Over coats, Pants, Vests, Ac. Kid GIOVOB Cleaned or Dyed Black. Goods forwarded by express carefully attended to,, and returned by exprese, if roquirod. October 38 3mo BARRETT, NEPHEWS A OP. "GTPAKSONS, MANUFACTURER HADFIELDS UNION FIRE WORKS. IMPORTER CHINESE FIRE CRACKERS, ROCKETS, Ac MANUFACTURER LANTERNS, FLAGS, Ac. ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HIS OWN IMPORTA TION OF TOYSANDFANCYGOODS No. St John street, near Broadway, Naw York. October 38 _t 1 yr IST-ItA-FX SB HILL, MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF SS Li'aw and Millinery Goods. Nos. '?81 and '?S3 BROADWAY, (OPPOSITE A. T. STEWART,) NEW YOKK. AFULL SUPPLY OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR THIS market always on hand. Your patronage la re spectfully solicited. 6mo October 38 THE WASHINGTON IRON WORKS HAVE ON HAND FOR SALE THEIR IMPROVED PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES. Portable Circular Saw Mills, Gang Saw Mills, Flour nnd Corn Mills, and manufacture to order all kinds of Steam Engines, Ma rine. Stationary and Propeller, Railroad Cars and Turn Tablea, Iron steam Vessels and Barges; alas. General Machinery. Iron and Brass Castings, large and small Forgings, Ar., Ac. Address GEO. M. CLAPP, Treaeurcr. Nowburg. N. Y. Or L. C. WARD, Agent, No. 6? Liberty-street, Room INO. 8, New York. lyr October 28 Type Foundry anti Printers' Emporium. ESTABLISHED 1818. HAGAR"& CO., No. 38 Gold-street, New York City. .rpiilS OLD ESTABLISHED FOUNDRY. HAVING A JL largo assortment of BOOK, NEWSPAPER, JOB AND ORNAMENTAL TYPE, tho proprietors are pre pared, with ample facilities, to promptly execute all or ders for same, and Printing materials of every deacrip tion, including PRESSES of all manufactures. Orders may be addressed te A. J. BURKE, our Agent I at Charleston, S. C. ?mos October 38 AGMfLTORAL LNPLEHfiNTS, NOS. 10, ll, 50, GO, AND ALL OTHER PLOWS. COTTON GrllSTS, AND ALL DESCRIPTIONS OP AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. For sale by the Manufacturers, J. T. GOODWIN A CO., Nos. 30 and 31 Fulton-street, New York City. September 35 3mo ABRAHAM BUSSING, USTo. Tl John-street, NEW YORK AGENT FOR THE SALE OP AUSABLE HORSE NAILS GOSNOLD HORSE SHOES RICHARDSON'S HORSE SHOES HOBART'S TACKS, BRADS, &c Hunt's Patent Combination Razor Strops THE AUSABLR HORSE NAILS ARB HAMMERED from T V F Norway Iron, and warranted equal to any in market, The GOSNOLD HORSE AND MULE SHOES being .lighter than other brands, aro weU adapted for the Southern market. Orders Filled at Lowest Market Prices. September 33 3m os TO THE ??APER, ENVELOPE AND STATIONERY TRADE OF THE SOUTH. MESSRS. CUTTER, TOWER A CO. WOULD RB-1 spectfully offer their stock on as favorable terms as can bo found in the City of New York, au oh as Flat Cap, Ruled Papers of all kinds, Cap, Letter, Octavo, Brit-1 lab, Bath, Ac. Envelopes of all kinds, in quantities from 1000 to 1,000,600. Manufacturers of Lead Pencils of ail j kinda. Patent Rubber-head Lead Pundin, and Steel Pens of all kinds. We also will stamp the ?ams of any party on Lead Pencils or Steel Pens where much is or dered. Our Barometer Inkstands, which wa take pleas- | ure in offering to the trade. We keep a largs stock of Albums and Diaries for I860. A List of Prices will bo sent to any party desiring one. CUTTER. TOWER A 00., Corner of Nassau and Deekman-eteets, October 38 lyr Whitlock Building, New York. IJNION PORCELAIN WORKS ; MANUFACTURE CHINA WARR FOR HOTELS, STEAM BOATS AND FAMILY USE Porcelain Door, Drawer and Shutter Knobs, plain or docorated. Also, Door Plates, 1 Inger Plates and Bhleld Number Platos ; Drawer Pulls and Knobs for Druggists' drawers, numbered or lettered, as may be desired ?POR CELAIN HARDWARE TRIMMINGS of all descriptions TUOS. 0. SMITH A CO., Proprietors, Office No. 38 John-atreet, N. Y. Factory Brooklyn, K. D. 3moa_Qc toter 38 ~ C0RN1^S~1^CKW00D & CO, WHOLESALE DHALUBfl lit Brooms, Painted Pails, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE. MATS, TWINE, CORDAGE French and German Briskets, House Furnishing Gooda, Children's Carriages, Aa Ho. 95 Paitoa and No. AOS WsUer-st*., W.T. Wooden Ware packod for exportation. .LOCKWOOD.A. W. LOCKWOOD October 98 . tau? N. York Advertisements. J. GOULD ? SONS, F.XCLUSrVBXT IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OP TEAS, No. 183 Greenwieto-street, New York. September 28_2mos MERIDEN CUTLERY COMPANY MANUFACTURERS Of an extensivo variety of superior TABLE CUTLERY, Having also an exclusivo right to uso the Hard Rubber Handle A NEW ARTICLE, warranted immovable, and not affected by HOT WATER. Butcher, Shoe Knives, &e. October 3 Gmoa No. 4JJ Beckman-st., N. Y. HOUSE ITJRNISHING. "Beiriaia" Warcrooins, 601 Broadwny, N. Y. ?XT THERE CAN BE FOUND CUTLERY, 8II.VER TT Plated' Ware, Tea Trays, Water Coolers, Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, Mangles, Clothes Wringers, Car pet Swoopers. wood. Tin, and Japanned Wares, Ac. Cooking Utensils of every description. .September IM limos H. H. CA8EY. ABURTUS & CONSTANT, BANKERS, COR. FULTON AND WATER-STREETS, Buy 'and sall UNITED STATES SECURITIES or all kinds at favorable ratos. COLLECTIONS promptly made on all accessible points of the United States and Canada. FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST ALIX)WED ON DE POSITS which may be withdrawn without notice, as with tho City Banka. li HAFTS ON LONDON for ?1 and upwards. September 31 _Imo NEW YORK STEAM ENGINE WORKS MANUFACTURERS Or STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES AND BOILERS, AND MACHINISTS' TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. KW Manufactories: FOOT OF TWENTY-THIRD-ST., E. R.. N. Y., and WORCESTER. MASS. Office FOOT OF TWENTY-THIRD-STREET, E. R., N. Y. Every Machine built by us is started and thor oughly tcfted in i.hop before being shippod. Sept.-mtier 21 3mos CHARLES A. CRANE, WHOLESALE PAPER WAREHOUSE, No. 27 John-street, NEW YORK. Dealer in Writing, Wrapping, mtd Print ing Pupers, Twine, Sic., Atc-. RA li S AND PAPER STOCK. September 23 2rnos A. C. SCHAEFER. ) JAB E BROWN'A CO..) GEO. Y. BARKER. J No. 33 8. Front Street, J Now York. ) Philadelphia. ) A. C. SCHAEFER, JR.. COUMBU LlfHIT AND PRATT STRF.F.IH, Baltimore Adolphus C. Schaefer & Co., (FORMERLY OF BALTIMORE.) General Shipping & Commission - MERCHANTS, 0. Ill WAT ERST., NEW YORK. ?JSs1"EVERY FACILITY OFFERED FOR CONSIGN MENTS and execution of orders in New York, Philadel phia, or Baltimore, by either house AUK UH 114 (mo* JAMES CONNER'S SONS' United States Type Foundry AND PRINTERS' WAREHOUSE, Nos. 48, 30 and 331 Centre-street, New l orie, Corner of Reevde-atreet. THE TYPE ON WHICH THIS PAPER IS PRINTED la from the above Foundry. ly October 3 THE NEW YORK BIBLE ? ann COMMON PRAYER BOOK SOCIETY HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE ASSORT MENT of ENGLISH and AMERICAN BIBLES and Prayer Books, in various atylea of binding, to which they invite public attention. The trade supplied. Noa. 6 and 13 COOPER UNION. New York-. .September 21 2mo W. B. BURTNETT, (SUCCESSOR TO JAMES T. STEER) No. 45 FULTON-STREET, MANUFACTURER OP STEER A BURTNETT'S celebrated Patent PAINT and WHITEWASH BRUSHES, atoo, Fine Ground and Extra PAINT BRUSHES, and Brush es of every description, of the beat material and work anship. 89? Orders promptly and faithfully oxeeutod. September 23 (mo SCHENCK'S Machinery Depot, JACOB B. 8CHENCE, Agent, No. 70 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK. WOODWORTH PLANING. TONGUING AND GROY INO MACHINES; Sash and Blind Machinery ; Portabio and Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers; Page'a Circular Saw Milla of ta? moat approved con struction, of an sites, and all kinda of Machinery for working wood and iron. Also a superior quality of LEATHER BELTING, RUBBER BELTING, PACKING, Ac, Ac Orders respectfully solicited, wai ob will reoatve prompt attention. 2mo f^p tom ber 14 "STH. ALLEN & CO., Noa. 189 St 101 WATBR-ST., NEW YORK. AGR ICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY of aU kinds-Plows, Harrows and Cultivators; mall tools for th? Farra and Garden, auch aa Spaden, [ Shovels, Hoes, Forks, Rakes, Ac, and for Grasa Hooks, i Scythes, Soythe-Stonoa, and Agricultural Hardware tn general. We offer, also, a largo assortment of our own mann fasturo of Hay Cultora, Coffee and Grain Mills, Sugar Milla for Gruners' use. Store Truck/7 of various patterns. Road Scrapers. Wheelbarrows, As. / / Fertilizers of all kinda, snob as Oof /Suporphosphato >f Lime, pure around Bone, Pe ru vii JGaano, sud Pou dreUe. / # PORTABLE STE* M ENOINE* y COTTON PRES SES AND Ol' ?. SEEDS? ' Every valuable American ar 4 Foreign variety of VEGETABLE, FLOWER and G /A88 SEED and FIELD ORA1N that baa proved wortfW of cultivation, grown and selected expressly for our t??c. Sales made in bnlk, par poa-Jl or bushel, or in small packets, for retailing, by the hundred or thousand, October 3 _ Hm os n^Ta?N?Ll?WT GLASS WORKS. EDWARD RORKE & CO., No. ?3? Peurl-Street, Nsw York, Manufacturers of FLINT GLASSWARE AND COAL OIL LAMPS of avery description. Illustrated Catalogue*, with price lists, sent free on application. too October S N. York Advertisements. D. H. BALDWIN, N. York_H. muon AM, Savannah. J. F. CUMMINGS. N. York.. ...C. M. HOLS 1, Savannah. D. H. BALDWIN & CO., NO. 178 PEAK I--STKEK?, N . Y . BRDjrRABI, BALDWIN & CO., SAVANNAH, GA., GENERA L COMMISSION MEECHA NTS. 4x7- LIBERAL ADVANCES made on CotUn consigned to us at New York, or to our friends In Europe. Orders promptly Ailed. 3mos September 38 A.. OJ?JRH. NO. 45 CO URTLA ND T-S THE ET, NEV-YORK. WROUGHT AND GALVANIZED IRON PIPE AND I FITTINGS BRASS WORK PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES] AND BOILERS. September 28 8mo TEAS! TEAS! THE ORE AT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY, NOS. 35 AND 37 VKSFY-STHICKT, N. Y., ARE RECEIVING CAROOES OF TEAS. AND ARE selling them to tho Trade at CAROO PRICES. They koop a very complete assortment, adapted to the Southern trade. AU Goods aro sold at 8TRICTLY ONE PRICE, and from which there is no devint ion. Tho Company make a speciality of putting up TEAS In caddies and papors, for tho Jobbing Trade. The Company ?HSUO a monthly Price List, which la maUed regularly to customors, and will bo acnt to any party ordering it freu of charge. TITE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY, Nos. 33 and 37 Vescy-strect, N. v.. September 25 3mos HATPERTY & McHUGH, CORK Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, No. C9 PDL.T0N-8TREET, NEW YORK. September 3.1 lyr Established 1780. J. C. Ill I. I. ' S SON, (Formerly W. HCLL A Sos?), OFFICE No. 32 PARK ROW, NEW YORK. aO~ FACTORY, CLIFF AND HAGUE-STREETS. Soaps and. Candles. Upwards of ono hundred varieties TOILET 80APS. September 31 3mo LATE EDWARD DUN IQ AN .V; BROTHER. JAMES B. KIRKER, Publisher or Cntliolic Books and General Bookseller, No. 599 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, September 21 3mos Up Stairs. BOOKS, STATIONERY AND ALBUMS, FANCY GOODS, &c. At Wholesale and Retail. SEND FOR OUR MAMMOTH CATALOGUE. MAIL ED free. HILTON A CO., September 28 3mo No. 128 Nassau-st., N. Y. MARBURG k CO., Importers nnd Manufacturers of Segtirs, No. 193 Pearl-Street, XXTEW YORK. November 4 3mo Kotabilahed tn 1847. PAPER AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS' PRI0E8. NO CONNECTION WITH THE COMBINED MONOPO LY FOR HIGH PRICES. IOFFER THE LARGEST AND BEST AS80RTE stock of PAPER, of every description, to bo foun In this oountry. Baoksellors, Stationers, Printers and Binders will save money by first examining my stock Orders by mail promptly filled. A. P. HARD, Wholesale Paper Dealer, No. 44 Beekmau-atreet, N. Y. (The Old Stand). September 33 3m os ~J. P. DINSMORE, ;No. 3S DEY-STREET, NEW YORK, Proprietor of the Peruvinn Syrup [and Dr. H. Ander's Iodine Water. WHOLESALE AGENT FOR WISTAR'8 BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY, Waheo and Calisaya Bitters. The Universal Safety Matches. 2m o September 36 Excelsior Flint Glass-Works. JOHN LEACH, Warehouse, No. ario Pearl-street, New York. MANUFACTURER OF, AND WHOLESALE DEALER in, DRUGGIST'S O LASS WARE AND SUNDRIES. Coal Oil Lamps and Fixtures, Table Glassware, In all varieties. Perfumers', Confectioners'and Liquor Deal ers' GLASSWARE. 2mo_September 31 JOSEPHTGILLOTT'S STEEL PENS, J OF TOE OLD STANDARD QUALITY. ?JOSEPH GILLOTT WARRANTED. Or Descriptive Name, and Designating Number. SECOND SERIES.-From No. 700 to 761. T.... u.". (JoaiPH GILLOTT, I With designating TRADE MAM. j v7 ARBA NT MD. ) N umber. For sale by HZSTBT Owxif, JOSEPH OILLOTT A SONS, Sol? Agent No. 91 John-street. N. Y. September 35 lyr ~ JOHN T. MORRELL, Successor to JOHN MOORE, AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE, No. 193 Front-street, NEW YORK. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Embracing ali the New and Most Approved Patterns. Ploughs Sugar Milla Harrows 8toro Trucks Cultiva tors Wheel Barrows iorso Hoes H And O ar ts Jotton Swoops Fanning Milln ftoad Scrapers Coffee Mills Oar don Roller? Grain Cradles Fi old Rollers Scythes Corn Shelters Sneaths Straw Cutters iBhovols and Spades Stalk Cutters (Hay and Manure Forks Cotton Gins IG ardon and Hay Rakes Horse Powers and Threshing Machines, WAGON8, CARTS, Ac. CASTINGS, of alt kind*, mad? to order. GUANO, GROUND BOIVE, POUDRBTTE, And all other Fertilisers, sold on the most favorable terms. October 6 _ _ Cmos GARDNER, DEXTER & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOR THE SALE OF COTTON, No. 116 PEARL-STREET, New York-Re fer to Nailon al American Exchange Bank; No. 34 FRANKLIN-8T KEET, Boston-Refer to NaUonal Bank of Commerce, National Revere Hank. Having ample means for advances, a business ac quaintance of twenty-five years with Eastern spinners, and couflnlng themselves ?triottv toa Commission Busi ness with.nit operating on their own account, respect, fully solicit oonm.mmenta. J. L. ABBOTT A CO., Agents In Mobile. 0. E. DEXTER, Agent In Columbus, Ga. October M_ lyr .... DICKERSON? REED & CO. IMTPOBTBK3 Or AMD D1H1M Hf TTN PLATE, SHEET IRON, COPPER, WIRE, KINO, and all ?thar artioWxi for Unnera use. Mo. M and IX CLIFF-ST., cos. FULTON, September M lyr New York. N. York Advertisements. J. C. DAYTON & CO., SUCCESSORS TO DAYTON, SPRAOUE A CO., Rectifiers, and Dcalera in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, WINES Ac, and Manufacturers of Alcohol and Cologne Spirit, 96 per cent.. No. 107 Front-street, and Nos. 34 and 3d Dosbros see-atrect, New York. A largo supply of Old Ryo and Bourbon Whiskey on hand. Established In 1844. limos October 3 Il Kit II I CK SON Ai BARTLETT, WHOLKHAI.R PAPER AND RAO DEALERS, No. 30 Heckiunn-street, IV. Y. PRINTING, WRITING, WRAPPING AND COLORED Papers, Straw sud Binders' Boards, Tarred Roofing Paper, Paper Manufacturers' Supplies, and all kinds of Paper-mill Machinery. Paper of every description mado to order. Rags taken tn exchange for Paper. Orders by mail promptly attended to. lyr_ October 28 JAS. D. BARD, Agent, M ii ii ii fud ii rcr of Bard & Brothers' Gold Pens, PEN AND PENCIL CASKS, SILVER, RUBBER AND GOLD PLATED TELE SCOPIC PEN CASES, TOOTH PICKS, Ac, No. ga Malden Lane, New York. RoDtcmber 25 3mo MANUFACTURER'S HARBWARE HOUSE OF HORACE W. LOVE & CO., No. ?0 ClIiT-Strcct, New York. ORDERS FOR ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE promptly attended to Cotton and other Southern products received on con signment, or in payment, lyr September 25 BOG E RT & E VANS, WHOLESALE PAPER DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS Nos. 23 PLATT AND 20 AND 22 GOLD-STS.. N. Y. PAPER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, SIZE OR QUAL ITY constantly on hand, or made to order. Also, Binders, Trunk aud Straw Boards. ly October 28 THOMSON'S NEW SKIRT. Get the Best. THOMSON'S FRENCH ELASTIC SPRINGS, The latest Invention of the largest manufacturers of Ladies' Crinoline in the world. W. 8. THOMSON. LANGDON & CO.. September 21 3mo No. 391 Broadway. N. Y. HIRAM TUCKER & CO., MANTTACTUnEHH OF AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN SPRING- BEDS, FOLDING WOOD COTS, OP VARIOUS SIZES, WITH NDULATING SPRING BOTTOMS, IXION BEDSTEADS, AMD BRONZE GOODS POR KEROSENE. OUR 8PRING BED HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY used during the past nine y et ra, and for neatness, comfort and durability, stands unrivalled ; lt ls simple in its construction, very portable, and can bc used with any bedstead. The FOLDING COT has undulating spring slats, re quires but little bedding, ls well made, and easy of trans portation. Our BRONZE CHANDELIERS. BRACKETS, HALL LIGHTS. PENDANTS and STAND LAMPS, aro a novelty in the market, chaste and beautiful in design, fully equal in color and tone to tho best French bronze, and almost Indestructible in service. Our facilities for manufacturing all of the above goods are of auch a character that we are enabled to offer them to the trade at prices that cannot fall to be satisfactory. The trade furnished with Pattern Book and Price List on application. HIRAM TUCKER A CO., September 29 No. 69 John-street. New York. COTTON AND WOOL HAND CARDS. SARGENT GENUINE & CO'S WIIITTEMORK. SARGENT & CO. Hardware and Card Manufacturers, No. 70 BEEK M AN-STREET, N. Y., SOLE SUCESSORS TO THE WHTTTEMORE "PATENT SET," and only manufacturera of tho GENU1NB WHITTEMORE COTTON CARDS. Dealers are cautioned against worthless Imitations. October 28 Cmos ~??p?? A TEN G ENCY jh"**?m&fg?3 Eatabllav?e*in 1840. gjaLjiSK^h. MESSES. MUNN ft 00, S^W"^"mX*E*^m. Editors of thaScUi^MAmer?xm, J^QggBMHrl SOLICITORS OF AMERICAN ^gbgJHaKSjaaS * EUROPEAN [PATENTS, ^ "**^^^^^WUh a Branch Office at Wash ington. During tbs past seventeen yean MESHES. MUNN States are solicited through tho Scientific American Pat ant Agency. An burin?es connected with the Bramina Usn of Inventions, Preparing Sp?cifications, Drawing?, Caveats, Assignments of Patenta, Prosecuting Rejected Cassa, Intarfareneea. Re-tasues and Extensions of Patents, and Opinion? of the Infringement and Validity of Patents, will receive the moat careful attention. Patenta secured In England. Prance, Bel ri um, Austria, T-i-?\ Prussia, and all other foreign count rles where Pat emt Laws exist. A Pamphlet of " Advice How to Secure Letters Patent,? Including the Patent Laws of the United States, furnished fros. AR oommnnleariona confiden tial. Address- _ ?rom Ac co?, Na ST PARK ROW, NEW YORK. September 29 fmw3mo HAVE PROVED THEIR EXTRAORDINARY CURA TIVE powers In Pulmonary and Nervous dis eases, during a period of nearly aeven years, both In the hands of the Medical profession and the pooplo. No SSft?S&S'? ?Tha?^extr^U "WV 1? AatAhllshed in ray .-umatlon. through, ytart of ttvtre ^J^Z^WnlwMX REMEDY ?lt ls sayingmueh, t knbwlV'OR CONSUMPTION, even in almo$tkop?Ust a that I do not hesitate to asaert that au, eases of ZZalcontumption ARB INCUItABLEWITHOUT PT. 1 'AM nanami BC?, C. W.. Feb. ?, 186?. "M. A. RICE, M. D." Parons.- In 7 ot. and 16 os. bottles, $1 and 2 each, old by aU respectable Druggists, and at th? Bola Gene Depot, wholesale and retail, by_ J. WINCHESTER A CO., No. M John atroet, Nsw York. September 34) tow 17 N. York Advertisements. HOLLKY'S AMERICAN AND KUItOl K AN RAILWAY PRACTICE. IN THE ECONOMICAL OENERATION OF 8TEAM. .nd the adaptation <>f WOOD und COKK-BURNINU ENGINES to COAL-BURN INO ; and in permanent way. including Road, Bed, Sleepers. Rails, Joint Fastenings, street Railways, etc.. etc. By A. L. HOLLEY, B. P., with 77 illustration*. 1 vol . folio, cloth, $12. L>. VAU NOSTRAND, Publiahor, November 8 Hmo No. ICI Broadway. BURNING OF THE DI I' S E U M . LETTER FROM MR. BARNUM. MESSRS. II Kit Ul NO A CO.:-GENTLEMEN : Though the destruction of tho American Museum has proved a sorious loss to myseU and tho publie.. I am happy to verify the old adage, that "It's an ill wind that blows nobody good," ead, consequently, congratulate you that your well-known-Safes have again demonstrated their superior ure-proof qualities in an ordeal of unu sual snvority. The Safe you made for mc some time ago was in the ofnee of the Museum, on tho second floor, back port of tho building, and in tho hottost ol tho Uro. After twenty-four hours of triul it was found among tho debris, and onopnning it ibis day, has yielded up its contents in very good order-books, papers. poUcies of insurance, bank bllb?, all In condition for tmmodtato use, and a noble commentary on tho trustworthiness of Herring's Fire-Proof Safe?. Truly yours, P. T. BARNUM. New York, July H, 1865. HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFES. The most reliable protection from fire nmv known. HERRING ACO.'S PATENT BANKERS'SAFES, with Herring A Floyd's Patent CrystaHzcd Iron, tho best security against a burglar's drill ever manufactured. HERRING A CO.. No. 2??l Broadway, cor. Murrav-strcet, New i erk. FARRKI.I,, HERRING A CO., Philadolplda. HERRING A CO., Chicago. November 2 3mo E. B. Pendleton.Wrn. It. Jouctt. PENDLETON & JOUETT, (Formerly iu St. Louis.) COMMISSION MERCHANTS aSTD OP.TTON FACTO IVS , No. 58 WATER-STREET, NEW YORK. ORi/ERS ARE SOLICITED FOR THE PURCHASE or SALE of COTTON, SUGAR, MOLASSES, COF FEE, Teas, Western Produce, Naval Stores, Bagginir Rope, Ac, Ac, which will receive our best?^rsc-nul t\C tention. Imo October 39 JENZINS'1 PATENT COMPOSITE IRON RAILING, Formerly sold bv HUTCHINSON A WICKERSHAM, Is for sale by thc manufacturers' Agency. HUTCHINSON, DAVIES A CO.. November 2 Imo No. 467 lim?me-street, N. Y. WYMAN. BYRD & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, " > FOU TUE SALE OF COTTON, COTTON YARNS, SHEETING Shirtings, Jeans, <fcc, No. 78 CHAMBERS-STREET, NEW YORK. OEO"H?BY1?D IAN" j tota of Bftltinlorc. Md. WM.'GREGG, Jr., Lite, of GraniMvUle, S. 0. JAMES C. SMITH, of New York. October 20 Imo HELMBOLD'S ~ FLUID EXTRACT Billilli Non-Retention or Incontinence of Urino, Irritation, In flammation or Ulceration of tho Bladder or Kidneys, Diuouoa nf the Prostate Gland, Stone In the Bladder, Calculus, Gravel or Brick Dust Deposit, and aU Diseases of the Bladdor, Kidneys, and Dropsical SweUings. HELMBOLD'S FLTJUD EXTRACT BTXCTrlTJ FOR WEAKNESSES AHISraO FROM EXCESSES OB INDISCRETION. The Constitution once affected by Organic Weaknesses, requires the aid of medicine to strengthen and invigo rate the system, which Helmbold's Extract Buobu In variably does. If no treatment be submitted to, Con sumptiun or Insanity may ensue. HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BTJCHTJ, In affections peculiar to females, is unequalled by any other preparation, aa in Chlorosis or Retention, Irregu larities, painfulness or suppression of customary evacu ations, Ulceration ur Scirrhous state of the Uterus, Leu corrhcaa, and all complaints Incident to tbs sex, whether arising from habits of dissipation, imprudences, or in the Decline or Change of Life. v HELMBOLD'S ?LUID EXTRACT BUCHU AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH, Will radically exterminate from tho system Diseases of he Urinary Organs arising from habits of dlaaipatlon, at little expense, little or no change Ul diet, and no ex posure, completely superseding those unpleasant and dangerous remedies, Copabla and Mercury, m curing t bose unpleasant and dangerous diseases. USE HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU n uti cases of tho Urinary Organa, whether oxiatlng bm molo or female, from whatever eau ce originating, and no matter of how long standing. It ia pleasant in taste and odor, bumed la ta in its action, and more strengthon 1 ng than any of tho preparations of Bark or Iron. Those suffering from Broken-down or Delicate Consti tutions, procure the remedy at once. The reader must bo aware that however alight may be be attack of tho above disease, lt is sure to affect hts bodily health, mental powers. Rappln csa, and that of bis posterity. Our flesh and blood are supported from these sources. PHYSICIANS, PLEASE NOTICE I We mako no secret of the Ingredients. HELM BOLO'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCU? is composed of ?ue.hu, Cube ba, and Juniper Berries, selected with great care, and prepared in vacuo by H. T. HELM HOLD. Druggist and Chemist ef sixteen years' eiporlenoe in he city of Philadelphia, and which is now proscribed by the moat eminent physicians, has been admitted to use in the United HU tee Army, and la also in very gen eral nae in tue State Hospitals and public Sanitary In stitutions throughout the land. jfcsT Direct letters to HELMBOLD'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE, 594 Broadway, Nsw York, -OB HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT, 104 South Tenth-street (below Cfceftnut), PHILADELPHIA. Sold by Druggists Everywhere. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. ASE: FOR HBLUBOLV*. November 14_Imo A. JONES, I3ElSrTA.IL. DEPOT, No. 784 Broadway. New York* Bspscaber li Sae