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IPIIPIIIII^^^ CH^RLESTOK DAILY NEWS....DECEMBER 9, 1865._ <
K York Advertisements.
A NOBLE PURPOSE
AND
A GLORIOUS RESULT.
H
THERE ARE AS MANY ROADS TO FAME AND FOR
T?NE as there were gateways to thc ancient Thebes.
Your ambitious warrior la for cmrrybag his way-witt.thu
?abro- your aspirins politician for scheming his ?.i} M
Intrigue and consummate art. But there is one grand
broad path to the goal, along which nothing
travel It is the path set apart fl r the march of talent,
enenrv and noble purpose; and though full of obstacles,
it contains none that a brave man cannot surmount.
This fact has been exemplified in innumerable ?n
itancts. but in few more forcibly than in thc rile and
progress of DR. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS.
For over fifteen years ito course has been onward and
upward, scattering blessings at every step, until it now
stands on the topmost rounds of thu ladder ol fame, as
tho
GREAT TONIO.
O
DOOFLASIVS GERMAN BITTERS
Is s positive remedy fer
DYSPEPSIA,
AfO
DISEASES RESULTING FROM
DISORDER OF THE LIVER anti
DIGESTIVE ORGAN
And is the only certain and safe
RESTORER OF STRENGTH
IN CASES OF DEBILITY.
O
By thc UPO of this Bitters
WEAKENED AND DEBILITATED FRAMES , BE?
COME RENEWED WITH ALL THE VIGOR
OF HEALTH.
Impaired constitutions an rebuilt, and the patient in
A shoit time regains
Vigor, Health, and Strength.
OBSERVE TnE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS,
Resulting from Disorders of the Digestive Organs?
Constipation. Inward files. Fulness of Blood to the
ll ?.;(!. Acidity of the Stomach. Nniieva. Heart?
burn, Disgust for Food, Fulness or Weight
in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sink?
ing or ttuttcring at the Pit rf the
Stomach, Swimming of the Head,
Hurried and Difficult Breath?
ing, Fluttering at the
Heart.
Choking or Suffocating
Sensation when in .1 Lying Pos?
ture, Dimness of Vision,
Dots or
Webs before the Sight, Fever
and DuB Pams in the Head, Defi?
ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness of
the Skin er.J Eyes, Pain uffttic Side. Back,
Chest, Limbs, Etc., Sudden Flnakes of Beat. Buming In
Jie Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and^^
great Depression of Spirits.
REMEMBER -Q|
THAT THESE BITTERS
A*CONT.^ NO RUM OR WHISKY, /
AND C.VN'T MAKE DRUNKARDS.
IS NOT A .
'BAR-ROOM DRINK, A
BUT A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED VEGETABLE
EXTRACT,
FREE FROM ALCOHOLIC STIMULANT OR INJURI?
OUS DRUGS.
It carnot insidiously introduce tho vice of Drunken?
ness into the bosom of your families-to your wife, your
children, or yow friends.
SOLDIERS
Or others whose systems have become impaired by hard?
ships or disease, will tind in this Bitters a tonic that will
restore them to all their original vigor.
-A.
These Bitters liavc performed more cu.-cs !
GIVEN BETTER SATISFACTION ! ?
HAVE M< -RE TESTIMONY !
HAVE MORE RESPECTABLE 1 PEOPLE TO VOUCH
FOR THEM I
Than any other trticlc in the market. .We defy any one
to contradict this assertion.
AND WILL PAY ?1000
To any one that will produce a Certificate published by
ns that is not GENUINE.
HEAD WHO SA VS SO.
"FROM THE HON. THOMAS B. FLORENCE.
WASHINGTON, Januaiy 1, 1804.
Gentlemen :-Having stated it verbally to you, I have
no hesitation in writing the fact, that I experienced
marked benefit frorr your Hoofand's German Bitters.
During a long and tedious session of Congress, pressing
and onerous duties nearly prostrated me. A kind friend
suggested th? use of tue preparation I hare named. I
took his advice, and tho result wa? improvement of j
health, renewed energy, and that particular relief I so
much needed and obtained. Others may be similarly
advantaged, if they desire to be.
Truly your friend, THOMAS B. FLORENCE.
T>
From Rev. W. D. Seigfried. Pastor of Twelfth Baptist
Church.
. _*r*rHnPLI''m' December 2C, LSfi3.-Messrs. Jones *
. ijTin?^Q??it4ci-iti) :-I havo recently been laboring un?
der the distressing effects of indigestion, accompanied
- by-sr yroatratiCT? ^of tho nervous system. Numerous
remedies were recommended by friends and sonic ot
them totted, but without relief. Your Hoofland's Ger?
man Bitters wero recommended Ly persons who had
tried them, and whose favorable mention of tho Ritters
induced me also to try them. I must confess that 1 had
an aversion to patent medicines, from the "thousand
and one" quack ' Bitters," whose oulv ahn seems to bc
to palm off sweetened sud drugged liquor upon the com?
munity, in a sly way; and the tendency of which I
fear, is to make many a confirmed drunkard. Upon
learning that yours was really a medicinal preparation
I took it with happy effe ;t. Its action not oulv upon
the stomach but upon the uervous system, was prompt
and gratifying. I fed that I have derived great and ner
manen benent from the use of a few bottles. Vary ret
pectfmiy yours. w. D. SEiuFRIED,
No. 234 Shuckaniuxon-Btre'et.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
W?R* siKsi "?-M-JAC?S0N';is on ?"
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND MANUFACTORY,
No. G31 Arch-street.
JONES & EVANS,
SUCCESSORS TO C. M. JACKSON i CO
Jt??Suc^tKly^1 ^oSrST
N. York Advertisements.
E. H. REEVES & CO.,
N'os. 185 and 1*7 Water-street, Nov York,
2UKUFACT?BER8 CF AND DEALEES ES
Agricultural and Horticultural
IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINES.
PLOWS AND PLOW CASTINGS, MOWING AND
Reai>ing Machines, Hone Powers ami Threshers,
Fanning and Grist MiHs. saw Rod Roller Cotton (?iusfor
hand, horse, steam or water power. Ingersoll's Cotton,
Wool and Hay Presses, Wagons, Carts. Tracks and
Wheelbarrows, Guano, Bone Dust, Hoyt's Super Phos?
phate Lime and other Fertilizers, Grain, Fi- .'</, Grass,
Gardai, Herb and Flower Seeds, Improved Lite Stock, tte.
DEPOT OF THE CELEBRATED
" ELA-GKLE COTTON GINS,"
MANUFACTURED SOLELY. BY BATES, HYDE k YO.
C-j~ Send lor Catalogues. stuthSnio October 28
WM. MONTGOMERY, MACHINIST,
YONKERS ,X. V..
SUCCESSOR TO TUE !t. Y. STEAM SAW HILL A NI? MA?
CHINE COMPANY.
KANBFACTU KUt OF
I CIRCULAR, GANG AND M ULA Y SAW MILLS
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, liRlST MILLS, kc.
For descriptive Circulars and iiill Information address
DAVID LOPEZ, Agent
September 28 thStUSme Charleston, S. C.
STOVER MACHINE CO.
MANUFACTUREES AND DEALERS IN
Machinists' Tools
AND
H. D. STOVER'S PATENT.
"ITrOOD WORKING MACHINERY
VV Machinists' Tools of ?di cl ?oriptions
Machinists' and RsJlroad Supplies.
WAREHOUSE No. 117 LIBEKTY-ST., NEW YORK.
Manufactory loot of Fifty-first-street. North River.
All Machinery made by us set up and lully tested in
shop before shipping. stuthSmo October 2S
W. F. HYATT,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Domestic and Foreign Hardware
No. 3* BEEKMAN-STREET.
DEPOT FOR AMERICAN SCREWS, 0. AMES A
SON'S SHOVELS, bett English Files. Carriage and
Tire Bolts. Strip and T Hinges, Cut and Wrought Nails,
A. Field A Sou's Tacks, Brads, kc; Douglass" Axes, 4c.
October 28 itUthSmos
g_rj-i_-j ?3(}Q_
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
They purify, Htrrngthert and Invigorate.
They creates healthy appetite.
They are an antidota to nunga of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and late hoon.
They strengthen the ?ystentuod enliven the mind.
They prevent miasmatic ana intermittent fivers.
They purify the breath and acidity of the Storni ch.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cnn Dhurrhcsa, Ch lera ind Choiera Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint .md Nervons Headache.
They-re the best Hitters in tbc world. They make
she weak strong, and are exhausted natnre'i great re?
storer. They are made of pure st. Croix Rom, the cele
brateil Calisaya H.irlt, roots and herbs, and arc taken
with the pleasure of a beverage, without regard to age
or time of day, Particularly recommended to delicate
persons requiring a gentle stimulant Sold by all Gro?
cers, Druggists, Hotels and Saloons, only genuine
when Cork is covered by our private ll. EL Stamp. Be?
ware of counterfeits and refined bottles.
P. H. DRAKE A CO.,
No. 21 Park Row, cw York.
October 28 _ _ sta th ly
LYON'S KATHAIRON.
I'ATHAIRON IS FROM THE GREEK WCRD
L "Kathro," or "Kathairo." signifying to cleanse,
rejuvenate and restore. This article i's what its name
signifies. For preserving, restoring and beautifying the
human hair, it is thc most remarkable prepar ition In the
world. It is again owned and put up by the original
proprietor, and is now made with the same care, skill
anil attention which gave it a sale of over one million
bottles per annum.
It is a most delightful Hair Dressing.
It eradicates scurf and dandruff.
It keeps the bead cool and clean.
It makes thc hair rich, soft and glossy.
It prevents the hair from falling off and turning gray,
lt restores hair upon bald beads.
Any lady or gentleman who values s beautiful head
of hair should use Lyon's Kathairon. It is known and
used throughout the civilized world. Sold by all re?
spectable dealers. DEMAS BARNES & CO.,
October 28 stuthlyr New York.
JOHN B. FULLER,
MANUFACTURER & DEALER.
No. H DBY-STREET, IfEW YORK,
Has in ?tore and mady for immediate shipment,
and is manufacturing to order,
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
2 to 2."0 horse power; Circular and Upright Saw Mills ol
the most approved construction, of all sizes, cutting "OG
to 1S0U feet of lumber per hour; Grist Milla, Mil! Irons,
Waterwheels, and every kind of Mill .Machinery; Sugar
Mills, Fayer anil Mining Machinery; Tools. Tanka, ic.,
Got Oil and Salt Works; Cotton i?ud Wooloo Machinery,
kc.
Vertical Planers, Woodworth Planing Ma?
lro u Planers, chines,
Ensiiie. Lathes, Gray te Wood's Planing Ma
Drill Lathes. chines,
H?ring Machines. Daniela' Planing Machines,
Matting Machines, Moulding Machines,
Upright Drills, Sash Machines,
Steam Pumps, Tenoning Machines,
Force Pump*, PoWl r .Morticing Machines
Lifting Pumps, Foot Morticing Machines,
suction Humps, Boring Machinen,
Hydraulic -lacks, Hlnul slat Tenoning Ma
Screw Jacks, chines,
Shafting Pulleys and Circular .saw Hem hes.
Hangers, Wright's Patent scroll Saws
tubber and Leather Bolt- Patent Bell Scroll Saws,
ings, circular Reserving Mills,
leather and Rubber Hose, Upright Reserving Mills,
tombing aud tiaa Fittings Rotary aud Mining Pumpa,
.team and uus Pipes livery description of Machi
Itcam and Water Gauges, ncr) and Railway supplies.
Cotton Grins I Cotton U-ins!!
COTTON C*IN4!I!
'taylor, Eagle, Brown, Southern, Craven, Escalator
iud McCarthy UUTToN Ul NS, with Engines or Horse
l'owers. amt everything icquircd tor tho same, in stoie,
ind Jor sale at the lowest price. Your untura arr re>
?pectrauy solicited. tuthslyr octobers
MARSDENS
P?ctoral Balm!
FOR.
COUGHS, COLDS, t
ALL DISEASES OF THE THROAT,
WHOOPING COUGH,
CROUP,
INFLUENZA,
ASTHMA,
. CONSUMPTION,
ALL DISEASES OFTHE LUNGS.
MARSDEN'S PECTORAL BALM IS PREPARED
ironi the recipe of oe of thc most diitinguished
and successful physicians of the ?ye in the treatment of
Bronchia', diseases.
It combines the active principien of the most valuable
xpectorants of the Materia Medica, together with
Balsamic Extracts prepared on scientilic principle?, pro
ducing a preparation pleasant to the taste and certain in
i its effects.
FOR COUGHS AND COLDS.-Use the PECTORAL
BALM whenever the tough is troublesome. Three doses
In any ordiaary ct*, or five In severe cases, taken at
intervals din ing the dav, will effect a complete cure.
FOR WHOOPING COUGH.-Telo a full dose immedi?
ately after ac attack Of coughing, yrhich wiU be found to
relieve thc sufferer. In a short tifttsVitll symptoms will
disappear.
FOR CROUP.-This alarming Mtloftcn fatal disease
must be promptly attended to. Give the child a full
dose (see directions) tvery three miljntea until vomiting
is produced, then letfen the dose at -f?itarvals of every
hour until nil symptoms of this dismissing complaint
cease.
FOR INFLUENZA -Ti-ko a dose every three hours
during the day, and ?ne on retiring to rest.
FOR ASTHMA.-Tr be taken repeatedly during the
paroxysm until expectoration becomes easy.
CONSUMPTION.-This most fatal and insidious dis?
ease can be cured in its earliest stages by the use of this
truly valuable mediciu--. The panent can at all times
ti nd"relief by a judicious rsc of the PECTORAL BALM.
Prepared by F. W. MARSDEN,
New Orleans and New York.
??S- For sale by all Druggists and Merchants.
November 25_Imo*
GREAT DISTRIBUTION
BY THE
EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION,
ESTABLISHED 1S46.
No. ISO Broadway, New Fork.
ROSEWOOD PIANOS, MELODEONS,
FINE OIL PAINTINGS, ENGRAVINGS,
SILVER WARE, FKfE COLD & SILVER WATCHES,
Diamond Pins. Diamond Rings, Gold Draeehis,
Coral. Florentine, Mosaic, Jet, Lara ari Cameo
Ladies' Sits. 'Jeld Pens milk Cold 'tri Sd
vir Extetumn Hol'i rs, Niece Duttons,
Setsof Stutts, Ves! a mt Neck Chains, .
(';< HRingSf Av. Valued ct.
;.:si,ooo,ooo.^
DISTRIBUTION made in the following manner:
CERTIFICATES Daming each article and its YAIXE,
are placed in SLALLD ENVELOPES, which are well
mixed, une of these Envelopes, containing the Certifi?
cate or Order for some Article, will be delivered at our
office, or sent by mail to any address, without regard to
choice, (in recent of'Jo Cents.
On receiving the Certificate the purchaser will see j
what Article it PKAWS, and its value, and can then send
ONE DOLLAR and receive the Article named, or can
choose ANY OTHER one Articlo on our List of the same
value.
?:?T Purchasers of our SEALED ENVELOPES may,
in this manner, obtain an Article WOKTH HOS! ONK TO
FIVE HUNDBUU DOU-AIIS,
FOR ONE DOLLAR
which '.hoy need not pay until it is known what is drawn
and its value. Entire Satisfaction Guaranteed in all
Cases.
THE EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION
would cati attention to the fart of Its being the Original
and Largest Gift Association in the country. We are,
therefore, enabled to 6end Frsnn (joous, and give better
chances to obtain the more valuable prizes, than any
other establishment of the kind. Thc business contiu*
uesto be conducted, in a fair and honorable manner, mid
a largo arid greatly tucrea-'.ut; trade is proof that our ?a.
trons appreciate this method of obtaining rich and ele?
gant goods.
During UM past year this Association has sent a very
large number of valuable prizes to all parts of the coun?
try. Those who patronize ns will receive thc full value
of their money, a.; no article on our hst is worth Uss
than One Dollar, retail, and there arc no blanks.
Parties dealing with us may depend on having prompt
returns, aud the article drawn will be Immediately lent !
to any address by return mail or express.
Tho following parties have recently drown valuable j
prizes from the Eareka Association, and have kindly al?
lowed thu nee of their munee; many otber names might
be published were we permitted.
Andrew Wilson, Custom House, Philadelphia, Penn.,
Oil I'iiintins, value, $100; James Hargraves, 621 Rroad- j
way, New York, Oil Painting, value, J 1(H); E. F. Jones,
Barrett, Marshall Co., Kan SH, Melodeou. value, $300;
Patrick .1. Byrnes, Waterbury, Ct, Gold Wabli, value,
$135;J. F. Shew, HU East 21th Street, New York, l lano,
value, $360; Mrs. Chas. J. Nevis, Elmira, N. Y., Piano,
value, $300; Miss Lucy .laneway. Elmira, N. Y',, Cluster J
Diamond Ring, value $200; Mrs. K. lVnnoyer, City Ho- |
tel. Nashville, Tctu, Mclodeon, value, $125; Oscar M.
Allen, Co. B, 1424 Reg. Ind. Vols., Nashville, Tenn.,
Watch, value, i;i5; Rowland 3. Patterson, Co. D, 10th
Iowa Vet. Volunteers, Oil Painting, value, $100; Mrs.
Abbey J. Parsons, Springfield, .Mass., Mclodeon, value,
?150; Janies L. Dexter, City Surveyor, Syracuse, N. Y.,
Cold Watch, value, $150; Mrs James Ely, 177 Wooster St.
cor. Bleeker, N. Y" Oil Painting, value, $100; Mrs. J. C.
Coles, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Siher Castor, value,
$10; Dr. J. R. Sinclair. No. 1 Main st.. Utica, N. Y.
Framed Lngr.iving. value. $35; Hon. Luther Detmold,
Washington, D. C., Oil Pointing, value $100.
Letters from various parties throughout the country,
acknowledging tb? receipt of very valuable gifts, may
be seen on ?ile at our office.
To be Sold for One Dollar Each,
Without regard 1$ talue, anti not to be paid for until you
know wiuit you will rteeite.
60 Elegant Rosewood Pianos, worth EACH.
iroua.$250.00 to 500.00
60 Melodeons, Rosewood Cases. 125.00 tc 335.00
100 Fine Oil Paintings. 25.00 to 100.00
100 Gold Hunting Caso Watches. 75.00 to lW.OO
150 Diamond Rings. 60.00 to 200.00
250 Ladies' Gold Watches. CO.0O to 85.00
450 Silver Watches. 25.00 to 50.00
200 Fine Steel Engravings, Framed.. 12.00 to 25.00
100 Music Doits. 12.00 to 45.00
100 Silver Revolving Patent Castors. 15.00 to 40.00
100 Silver Fruit and Cko Baskets... 15.00 to ;l\0i)
500 Sets Silver Tea and Table Spoons 15.00 to 30.00
2,500 Vest and Nrck Chains. 5.00 to 25.00
3,500 Ladies' Sil'er Porte Monnaies... 8.00 to 13.00
8,000 Silver Butter Knives. 3.00 to 7.00
2.000 Pairs Ear jtlugs (new styles)_ 1.60 to COO
:t,000 (?old Penen? and Tooth Picks... 3.?0 to 8.00
.1,000 Onyx and Amethyst Brooches... 4.00 to lo.oo
:t,000 Lava and Florentine Brooches... 4.00 to COO
1,000 Masonic Pins. 4.00 to C.5o
2,000 Fine Gold Watch Keys. 3.60 to C.50
5,000 Children's Armlets. 2.50 to 8 00
2,500 Sets of Bosom Studs. 1.50 to 5.00
2,500 Enameled Sleeve Cottons. 2.50 to 10.00
10,( 00 Plaiu Oolder.d Chased Rings_ LOO to 5.00
5.000 Stouo Set ?nd Seal Kings. 2.50 to 10.00
5,000 Lockets, nil sizes. 2.00 to 7.00
10,000 Sets of Lidies' Jewelry. 8.00 to 2O.U0
,4,000 Watch Charms (each). 3.00 to &60
5,000 Gold l ens, Silver Ex. Cases. 4.00 to 6.00
5,000 Cents' Breast and Scarf Pins_ 3.00 to 80 00
?000 Ladies'New St) leHeit Buckles.. 4.00 to 6.50
3,000 Chatelaine and Guard Chains_ fi.oo to 20.00
1,000 Gold Thimbles., 7.00 {y itjno
2,000 .sets Ladies'Jet and Gold. 10 u? to 20.??
10,000 Gol.1 1'rosies. 1.50 to COO
CW" Oval Band Bracelets. coo to 20.00
4.0U? Cba>ed Bracelets . 5.00 to icoo
2.O0O Ball Eai drops, al] colors. 3.00 to 5.00
5,000 Fine Gold Pens. 2.00 to 3.50
2.0UU New Style Jet and Oold Eardrops 3.00 to 7.00
2,50(1 New Style Long Crystal Eardrops 4.00 to 8.00
2,000 Lio.d PCM. y.00 to COO
*r~ A CHANCE TO OBTAIN ANY OP THE
AllOVIS ARTICLES POI? ONE HOLLAR BY
I? U R CH ASIN G A SEALED ENVELOPE
FOR -ir, CK.VI'S.
93- Five sealed Envelopes ?rill be sent for $1; Eleven
for $3; Thirty for $5; rtxly.flve for $10; One Hundred
for $13. A ot NTS ft ANTED EV KUY WHERE.
our patrons ar*desired tu send United States money
when ii is convenient. Long letters ure unnecass.iry.
Orders for SM LD ENVELOP! S must in every case
be accompanied by the CASH, with the name of the per?
son senanig and Town. Comity end State plainly writ?
ten. Letters sliuuld bu addressed to the Managers, as
io'lows:
GOODW.N HUNT & CO..
liox 57(0 : > Stoffice, New York.
November 33 Imo
N. York Advertisements.
ITZOGBAUM & FAIRCHILD,
No. 10 Maiden Lane,
NEW YORK. ,
Septomber 28 tbstu 3mo8
"^|^ ^ ^ "^^^^^
I^^^^S^j^l And BRASS GOODS
W. T. & J. MERSE REA U,
No. 50 Duanc-st., New York.
November 14 tulhsfirao
A. j. LERCHE,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN ALL KINES OT
Traveling Bugs, Ladies' French Satchels,
etc., etc..
No. CC COBTLANDT-STBEET,
-VA'ir YORK.
XT ALL OHOEBS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
October 28 stnthCmo
SOLTI?ERN H IT MOISE.
HENDERSON 8s MEEKER
Xo. ?05 Broachw,
;T.atn with tho old established house of*DURYEE,
JAQUES .v. CO..) Manufacturers of and Dealers in
HATS, CAPS,
AND STRAW GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
PARTIES VISITING THE OCTY AX'K INVITED TO
.?:ill and examine our stdolv uftdcrs win receive
prompt careful r.ttention.
A. HENDERSON. )
J. G. MEEKER, ? Late with Duryea, Jaques & Co,
JOHN 0. MAGIE, )
November U luths :iuio
C. REINHARDS,
Hannfactorer or Champagnes, Sparkling
Catawba and Hook,
No. 103 LIBERTY-STREET, NEW YORK.
IGF Orders promptly flBed. stnthSmo October 28
( . Ht k As T? BAXTER k CO..
IMPORTERS OF
PAINTS. CHEMICALS. OILS, ETC.
MANUFACTURERS OF
WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINTS, &c.
November 14 tuths 3mos
G. E. LIGHT & CO.,
Manufacturers of Petroleum Lamps.
QOL? AGENTS FOR BROOKLYN FLEST GLASS
O WORKS. Head/juarters for Silvered Glassware.
No. 13 Iluflsok-ftl., ??iiposite '.Vorth-.t.,
November 23 thstu3tno_ NEW YORK
ED WAK D COOPER,
6UCCE8aOR TO A. LON'GETT,
No. 46 Vesey-street, New York,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
COTTON PRESSES AND COTTON GINS,
HORSE POWERS, THRESHING MACHINES
10, ll, 50 and 60 PLOWS, Canal Barrows.
And all other Agricultural Implements, Fertilizers
and Seeds.
PLOW CASTINGS of all kinds constantly on hand.
October 28 _ _ _stuthlvr
T. J. SELLEff,
Manufacturer of Desks
AM) OFFICE FURNITURE,
NO. 107 FULTON-STREET, NEAR NASSAU-STREET,
NEW YORK.
Oitober28 atnthimo
BRIDGES & LANE,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
RAILROAD AND CAR FINDINGS,
ano
Machinery of Every Description.
ALSO,
TAFT'S PATENT ROLLING LEVER SHEARS
AND PINCHES.
NO. 50 COURTLAND-STREET,
Coi ner of Gree nwich,
NEW YORK.
RAILROAD AXLES. WHEELS. CHAIRS. SPIKES,
Bolts. Nuts. Winners, Car, Ship ?nd Bridgu Bolts, Iron
Forgings of various kinds, A-c. A:c.
STEEL AND RUBBER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE and
HAND LANTERNS. Portable Forbes and Jack Screws,
Cotton Duck for Car Cavers, Brass and Silver Trim?
mings, Belting of all kinds, Baggage Checks, fcc, Ac.
Also, Agents for the Manufacturers ol CAR HEAD
LININGS.
ALBERT BRIDGES.JOEL C. LANE.
October 28 stutbCmo
FUNSTON & SCOFIELD,
Manufacturers of
EXCELSIOR FIREWORKS,
LANTERNS, FLAGS, FIRE CRACKERS,
TORPEDOES, kC,
No. 'J DEY-STREET, near Broadway, New York.
' Oct-bcr 28 st'.ith'Jmos
LEWIS BROTHERS,
LAW BOOKSELLERS
AND
PUBLISHERS,
No. HS NASSAU-STREET, NEW YORK.
NovemberlG_thstuiu3o_
BARCELONA HOTEL,
GREAT JONES-STREET, NEW TOBE.
CUYAS & POL.
Cl PLENDLD FRENCH C?18INE, THE BEST IN TOE
k> City. Breakfast a ta cart-. Table D'Hote at G P. M.
The only FRENCH, SPANISH and AMERICAN
HOTEL in New York. Stuth?ino October 28
N. York Advertisements
S. M. A I KM A N & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BRASS, COPPER AND TIK
LANTERNS for SHIP, RAILROAD, and other use.
No. 261 PEARL STBEET, opposite United Stato? Hotol,
New York. Manu&cturers of Ambroso's PATENT NO
CHIMNEY, COAL OIL, CAR LAMPS. Also, Manufactu?
rers of FOO HORNS and COLORED SIDE LIGHTS, in
conformity with Act of Congress of April 2'J, 1304, to
take effect September 1, 1004. Aluo, Lairds' and Waters.?
PATENT LANTERNS. thstu 3mo November 16
OITEDTT?TES STEEL PEX WORKS,
FACTORY, CAMDEN, N. J.
R. ESTERBR?OK & CO.,
STEEL PEN MANUFACTURERS.
wjRrimrw?! \ Vo' 403 Arcli-street, Pillia.
WAREHOUSES j %0 4)J John^trcetj N. York
Samples and prices on application. Lots made to or?
der of anv pattern or stamp required.
CAUTION.-Theso Pens aro of genuine American
manufacture, and equal in finish, elasticity and fineness
of point to the best imported. They are, therefore,
to gain the confidence of the American public The
simile of our signature is sufficient security against for
eign imitation. R. ESTERBR?OK k CO.
September 26_tuthsly
J. L. HARLEM & CO.
MANUFACTURERS OF
STEEL AND PLATED SPECTACLES.
Tin and Leather Spectacle Cases, Tobacco Boxes?.
SILVER PLATED WARE GENERALLY,
No. 74 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
JAMES L. HARLEM.THEODORE L. rATNIE.
Also, Manufacturers of BAILEY'S PATENT CUR?
TAIN FIXTURES. thstu3mo November 23
THOS.Rr?GNEW9.
IMPORTER AND DEALER EN
Fine Groceries, Choice Teas, etc., etc.,
.Yoi. 260 it 262 GREENWICHST.. COR. OF M ERRAT]
NEW YORK.
November 2 thstnGmo
GEO. WM. SOUTHWICK,
Wholesale Druggist,
Successor to Philip Schicffcliii mid Co.,
ESTAULISHED 1783.
DDRTJC-S -A.TSTX) IVtEJDICITSTES,
CHEMICALS, EXTRACTS
AND MEDICAL PREPARATIONS
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS'
GLASSWARE
DRUGGISTS' FURNITURE AND FIXTURES,.
And all articles pertaining to the business.
WiRes and Liquors for Medical Purposes*
Nos. 5S AND ?0 VESEY-STREET,
NEW YORK.
?ir Particular attention paid to orders by mail.
November 2 thstu?mo
" LEONARD APPLEBY'S SON,
MANUFACTURER OP
Celebrated Railroad Mills Snuff and
Tobacco,
IN FOIL PAPERS AND CANISTERS, AND GENERAL?
dealers in LEAP MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, BE?
GAUS, kc, No. 133 Water, and 85 Tine-streets, Nev
York.
CELEBRATED SMOKING TOBACCO
Color your Meerschaum
Oronoco and KllckilykUck.
N. B.-Al! orders it? the celebrated Railroad Mills
Snuff and Cut Tobacco wiU bo promptly attended to.
; r J J- CHAS. APPLEBY.
Novembers f_f th?tu3uios ?
F A N C Y_G O O D S ..
C. F. A, HINRICHS,
No. 130 RR O A DAV AY, & No. 71 TO No. 7&
Liherty-strcet, New York,
SUCCESSOR TO M. WEUCK MEISTER,,
ESTABLISHED SINCE 1801,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GERMAN. FRENCH AND ENGLISH FANCY GOODS,
GLASSWARE, PORCELAIN AND TOYS of all de?
scriptions. Tobacco Pipes, and smokers' other requi?
sites.
A full assortment of the above goods constantly on
hand, which be offers at the lowest market prces.
Goods imported to order on liberal terms.
Depot for ARCHERY AND CRICKET, CROQUET
AND BASE BALL IMPLEMENTS, and other Out-Doov
Games.
Catalogues may be had on application.
October 28_ stt.th3mo_
BOLTS, NUTS,
Washers & Screws.
LEACH BEOTHERS,
No. Su' Liberty street, New York,
MAI* UFACT?RERS,
HAVE ON HAND ALL SIZES AND KINDS OF
BOLTS. NUTS, WASHERS AND SCREWS. Also,.
RAILROAD AND MACHINIST'S TOOLS AND SUP?
PLIES, stuth 6ino October 28
J. H. BALDWIN,
IMPORTER AND JOBBER VA
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS',
TABLE MATS, GONGS, JAPANNED'
WARE? STRAINERS, die.
AGENT FOR THE AMERICAN TEA TRAY COMPANY
(A Full Stock on Hand.)
JAPANNED AND STAMPED WARE.
BRADLEY & HUBBARD,
MANUFACTURERS OF
COAL OIL FIXTURES,
No. 84 William street, corner Maiden Line. N. Y.
October 28 stuth 2mo
Btffitoii Advertisements.
HOMER, BISHOP & CO.,
Hardware Merch-acts.
WEYMOUTH eUT NAILS AND SPIKES
Wostenholm'i pocket Cutlery
Ames* shovels, Manilla Cordage
Collins', Hunt's and sharp's Axes
Hammered Horse N-ils.
No?, ir: und Ul Milk-street, Do .ton.
November 2!> 3mo
IGfliniL WARM
AND -
SEED STORE.
4 MES' PLOW COMPANY, SUCCESSORS TO OLI
J\_ VER AMES k SONS, AND NOCRSE, MASON ic
CO., over Quincy Market, Boston, Manufacturers and
Wholesale-dealers in IMPROYED AGRICULTURAI,
IMPLEMERTS'AND MACHINES, embracing a l the va?
rious kinds fldnpted for the plantation, tann and garden.
Eagle, Cast. Wrought and steel Plows.
Bluter Steel Clipper Plows, and Plows of the most ap?
proved patterns, for the cultivation of cotton, rice and
s u car.
Mowing and Reaping Machines.
Horse Powers and Threshing Machines.
Ames' Shovels and Spades, Ecrki, Hoes,Corn Shcl
lere.
Hay and Stalk Cutters, Cotton Trucks, Warehouse
Trucks.
Cotton Gins; Cotton Presses.
Th.' LARGEST STOCK OF AGBICULT?UAL GOODS,
to be found in the United States.
Garden, Grass, Field and Flower Seeds.
Fertilizers, Ac. wfinSmo November 29

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