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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....MAECH 14, 1866._._7 J
OFFI?E, No. 147MEETING-ST.,
TBE SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY IS BOW
prepared to forward FREIGHT AND HONEY PACK?
AGES to aU points on the GREENVILLE AND OOLTJH
BGA RAILROAD. All gooda shipped by ADAMS'or HARN
DSN'S EXPRESS COMPANIES, and marked to the can
Of the SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY, will be
promptly forwarded to their destination. Freights
Shipped by S team ships to oar care, will be forwarded by
Expresa without charge for commission, storage, or
drayage. If orders are left at oar Omeo, Packages ead
Freight wi? bo called for by war wagons in any part of
tile city, and will be sent rbnravt by first Express.
H. B. PLANT, President,
Marchi ._Imo _AUGUSTA GA
?W B?! NEW BOOKS!!
RUGfi'S PERIODICAL DEPOT,;
No. 108 Market-street, j
AFINE SELECTION OF NEW NOVELS, BY TBS
mowt popular writers of the day. A fine assortment
of Miscellaneous' Haadlng Matter received by ?very
?teamer ?nd mall.
The trade supplied on the most liberal terms.
MM" Send for Circular._Marcha
M. M. -QUINN & BROn
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
BlEWSPAiFERS, STATIONERY, ETC.,
No. 519 7 KIN G - KIRK KT ,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.,
No. 137 BROAD-STREET,
Tho latest issues Of the pre BC always on band.
Bo* scrip tiona received and Goods delivered or for?
warded by Mail or Express.
AU OASH ORDERS will be promptly attended to.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 173 East Bav,
CHARLESTON. 8. C.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DBA LERP
Seeds, fcc, Flows aili ?law Castings, ?
CULTIVATORS, CORN 8HELLERS, HAY CUTTERS
Grain Cradles, Harrows, Fan Milla
Corn and Coffee Mills, Saw Mills
Horse Powers, Threshing Machines
Cotton Gins and Condensers
Trucks and Wheelbarrows
Horticultural Implements of all kinda.
Agenta for IngersoU's Portable Hand Power COTTON,
WOOL and HAY PRESSES._December 19
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
rS UNDERSIGNED ARE NOW PREPARED TO
ot every one who ls d' -irons of furnishing bonding now
md seasoned "Edisto"
The Boards are prepared with a fine
lsd with a beautifully rounded
tod which they promise cannot be
07 any such
tutorial now in market
SIXTY THOUSAND (60,000) FEET FLOORING for
?le. Apply to EBAUGH A MALLO NEE,
Horlbeok's Wharf, near Northeastern Railroad.
January 39 ._
R.MtNNISS & W. CONDON
OULD -MOST RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR
old friends and 'he citizens generally that they
again commenced the PLUMBING BUSINESS, at
No. 7 8tat*-street, niar Broad, where they are prepared
to do PLUMBING WORE, in all lt? various branches,
with neatness and durability, and on the moat reasona?
ble terms. - *>lng promptly attended to.
February_Imo* WILLIAM CONDON.
AFBE8H SUPPLY OF OILS AND COLORS ; ALSO,
a new kind of BURNING FLUID, more than equal
to the old fluid and not near as dangerous. Merill's
Patent Burner and Fluid, superior to anything yet
brought before the public Call and Bee the new
Fluid; we will warrant to satisfy all of its cheapness.
lt costa less than any other Oil or Fluid, and no chim?
neys to break or buy.
We are holding our stock of Paints, Oils and Glass at
reduced prices. Call at No 42 Market-street.
February 28_AUSTIN A ALBEE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF
Meeting and John streets,
HAS RESUMED BUSINESS, AND 18 PREPARED
to attend to the
SHOEING OF HORSES,
BUILDING AND REPAIRING OF
CARTS. DRAYS, WAGONS, Seo.
All work entrusted to him will be done with neatness
and dispatch. _Februarys
MRS. F. M. HARPER (DAUGHTER AND PUPIL OF
the late Prof. M. S. REEVES), offers her services
k> the citixoni? of Charleston as Teacher of VOCAL AND
Residence No. 26 Society-street, opposite the High
Refers to Gen. J AMIS SIMOHS, Dr. Wit T, WEASO, T.
fJtiNGE SrtfeKS, and Dr. W. M. FITCH.
^ HovevVx U
etween Market and Hayne,
HAS J?8T OPENED
A URGE AND ELEGANT
AT THIS WELL-KNOWN STAND.
mHE TABLES ABE FROM THE MANUFACTORY
A df PHELAN ?s OOLLENDER, slate-topped, and
covered with the finest cloth.
Prdfesaionsls snd amateurs are re sp ec tro Ky lin ri ted to
givens a caR. Idlers and kmngers politely requested
to Terrain on ti i de. Marchi
NO. 159 MEETING-STREET
IMPORTEES AND JOBBERS.
CliOTHB AND CASS2MKRES
BLANKETS AND FLAK NELS
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS
DELAI5K8 AND HUNTS
PLADf AK? PLAID Llf?SKY?
KSOUSH DRESS GOODS
IRISH LIN ENS
BROWN ?fe BLEACHED 8 HIRT IN Cl
SATINETS AND KERSEYS
TICKS AND STRIPES.
A LABOE ASSORTMENT OP
Sontag and Nubias.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
TO WHICH W& INVITE THE ATTENTION
OF THE TRADE,
1866. FOR 1866. 1866.
EACH HOOP BEING COMPOSED
TWO PERFECTLY TEMPERED SINGLE
BRAIDED TIGHTLY AND FIRMLY TOGETHER,
edge to edge, forming one hoop, and making the
STRONGEST AND MOST FLEXIBLE, the LIGHTEST
AND MOST DURABLE SPRING made.
They will not bend or break like the ein, le springs,
but will always preserve their
PERFECT ASE BEAUTIFUL SHAPE,
OR HOUSE DRESS.
Li fact, they are superior to all others, combining
COMFORT, ECONOMY, LIGHTNESS AND
BRADLEY S DIPLEX ELLIPTIC:
DOUBLE SPRING SKIRT
For sale everywhere. Manufactured exclusively by
the sole owners of the Patent,
WESTS, BRADLEY & CARY,
No, 79 CHAMBERS AND Nos. 79 AND 81 READE STS.,
For sale in Charleston, S. C., Wholesale and Retail, by
WM. T. BUBGE A 00.
EDWIN BATES A CO.
KING A GOODBICH.
J. B. READ A CO.
? WM. McCOMR A CO.
E. 800TT A 00.
UFFERHARDT A CAMP8EN.
JAS. B. BETTS.
STOLL, WEBB A CO.
And all other Merchants who sell first-class SEIRT
In Charleston and throughout the Southern States.
January 46 6mc
T, SAVAGE HEYWAED & SONS,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 241 Broad-street, Augusta,
WILL SELL AT
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CONSIGN.
MENTS. Wo hold ourselves strictly respond??
for all goods for which wo bavo acknowledged the -e.
ceipts, and will render np sales as speedily as possible.
Goous not insured unless instructed to do so.
March 'J_ 3mo?
???J?? A *>Aai-iWKNTS WANTED TU ?
U?JZD sell a new and wonderful SEWING MACHINE,
the only cheap one licensed. Address SHAW A CLARK,
Riddtuord Main. September u I
HUNTS OF Tl SOUTH.
ri UNDERSIGNED, WHOLESALE DEALERS,
advise yon of the feet that Charleston la cg tin a
market for the purchase of goods, and In view of
the early opening of .tho spring trade, we beg to solicit
tho resumption of the patronige so liberally extended
to this market in the past
We are aware that many old and respected firms will
be missed from our number, but many familiar names
will bs found in new associations, ready to supply the
wants of the Trade, aa of yore, and other old and new
firma will be added to our number at an early day.
The cash and short credit system having been univer?
sally adopted in ail the Northern markets, we are neces?
sarily compelled to adopt a like system as the only safe
one on which to conduct business, and the heavy per?
centage once necessary to cover bad debts will now bc
avoided. Small profits and quick returns will be the
role, and under its working we hope not only to restore
to our ancient city its former prosperity, but to extend
her trade to the full extent cf the capabilities her ex*
collent geographical position and natural advantages
afford. Our intercut and ambition combina to stimu?
late SS in attaining this result
The Scotti Carolina n?<t??*i* ia now open to Colum?
bia, and ito President has officially informed tu that tb?
Angosta line will be completed to Blackville thia month,
and that on the first of February he will roosrv* thru agi
I freight to Angosta? A Une of steam erl to Savannah will
! afford faculties for shipping In that direction. It la otu
purpose to have in store by the last of February a oom
[ plete and varied assortment of goods in our rsspeettrt
lines adapted to the spring trade, sud every exerttcc
ah all be made to promote your Interests.
We extend to you the hand of commercial fellowship,
[ and solicit your cc-operaticm find patrt nage in our efforti
to mahe Charleston th? centre af Southam trade. Git?
us the-enoouragement we aak, and you wHl ??Joy all lbj
-vdvantages of a cheap home market
W. T. BUI GE k CO.
EDWT.y BATES A CO.
J. E. READ h 00.
STRA USS, VAN CES St CO.
AI THIN, NOTES A JOHNSTON.
RING A GOODRICH.
JAMES B. BETTS.
8TGLL, WEBB k CO.
P. BPSTTN, No. 368 King street
P. LYONS & CO.
H. D. BURKETT h CO., Socoessors o? Dewing, Thayn
NORTH, STEELE & WARDELL.
Millinery and Straw Seods.
I fiENGNIOE A 8ELL. *
WILLIAMS & COVERT.
Boots and Shoes.
E. B. STODDARD k CO.
D. F. FLEMING k 00.
T. M. BRISTOL, Successor of Duchan, Taft k Oft
.EDWARD DALT, Agent
Hats and Gaps.
H. H. WILLIAMS k CO.
WILLIAMS k COVERT.
F. HORSE?, No. 36 Hayne street Bnoa-nor to Horsey,
Anten k Co.
J. E. ADGER k CO.
HASTIE, CALHOUN A CO., No. 34 Hearne street
HART 6 CO.
EDGERTON k RICHARDS.
E. L. DEMING k CO.
Agricultural Implements & Machinery.
LITTLE k MARSHALL, Na 173 East Bay-street
E. J. DAWSON ft CO.
BO GERT, DENNY ft CO.
Carriages and Han ess?
L. CHAPIN ft CO.
R. W. GALE ft CO.
[ NATHAN ft OTTOLENGUL
Paper Hangings, Window Shatfes and
I. W. KINSMAN.
EDWIN BATES ft CO.
MACULLAR, WILLIAM8 ft PARKER.
JERSON ft CO.
HASTIE, CALHOUN ft CO., No. 24 Hayne street
JENNING8, TH0MLIN80N ft CO.
BARRAL, NICHOLS ft CO.
KINO ft CASSIDEY.
JOSEPH J. MORGAN.
L. CHAPIN ft CO.
JOHN KENIFICK, No. 48 Broad street.
WEBB ft SAGE
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN ft CO.
Draper and Tailor.
S. PHILLIPS, No. 32 Broad street.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS ft CO.
CHARLES H. MOISE ft CO.
GEO. W. CLARK ft CO.
J. ft F. DAWSON.
J. F. O'NEILL ft 80N, No. 167 East Bay.
W. H. CHAFEE.
HENRY BISCHOFF ft CO.
THOMPSON ft BRO.
CAHILL k CO.
JOHN KING ft CO.
WAGENER, HEATH ft M0N8EE8.
J. H. ft D. MULLER,
Hay and Grain Merchants.
j JOHN S. BIRD ft CO.
Building Material, Sash, Blind ant)
W. P. RUSSELL ft CO.
Carpetings, Oil Cloths, Mattings, and
CHAS. D. CARR ft CO.
Grocers, Auctioneers and Commission
BRUN8 ft BEE.
Auctioneers, Commission Merchants,
Dealers in Dry Goods.
? T. 8AVAGE HEYWARD ft 80NS, No. 123 East Bay street,
Charleston, S. C., and No. 141 Augusta, Ga.
Steam Bakery, Crackers, Biscuits, &c.
J. C. H. CLAUSSEN.
Iron and Mill Bands and Machinery
J. M. EASON.
Shipping, Commission and Wholesale
ARCHIBALD GETTY ft CO.
F. CONNER ft CO.
February 7 wfm 2mo
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO CAMERON ft CO.,
PHOENIX IRON WORKS,
rKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING THEIR FIENDS
aud the public that they have resumed business at
the old stand ou Pritchard-atreet, and are prepared to
enter into contracts for MACHINERY of every descrip?
tion, either home manufacture, or from the North 0!
from Europe ; and hope, by strict attention to business, to
merit tho patronage heretofore liberally extended to the
Mr. HEN RT A. BURN will be happy to attend to th?
wants "four friends in the Boiler Department.
Repairs promptly attended to.
Charleston. January 1. 1HGG. Smo January 1
KAY, VEAL & BEUTON,
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS,
Columbia, S. C.,
WILL ATTEND TO PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS
VV In South and North Carolina. Tin y ure prepared to
furuiou t-.:u:t!'y\ll n?r?M?arv PLANS ami WORKING
Drawings for Mansions, otorns, bild^.i, ?lilis end Ma?
Jon;: A. KAY.._....T. C, TBA!..B. Z.B. HEWETE0S?
N York Advertisements.
IMMENSE IMPROVEMENT IN
HICK'S PATENT DIRECT ACTING, RECTPROCAT
rNG-PIOTON STEAM ENGINES.
BAT* 78 rs? OEXT. In ip cue, weight, tr antpor lotion,
/Hatton ?nd parte over the best engines, with great
economy ba steam and repairs. The cht ap tri, rimplett,
molt compact and durable made. Adapted to ali parpo Bea.
For circular address the HICKS ENGINS CO., No, 88
Liberty-street. New York. waflmo December 37
SCHMM MM? DEPOT.
J. B. SCHENCK, Agent,
Ne). 70 : ILA I DEN LANE, NEW YORK,
OFFERS FOB SALE
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES
of all aises, CIRCULAR SAW MILLS of the most
approved construction, cutting from 10,000 to 30,000
feet ot Lumber per day: REYNOLDS' TURBINE WA?
TER WHEELS, and ail kinds of Machinery for Working
Wood sad Iron, vis:
Kn gina Lathee
Steam and Gas Pipes
Etaam and Water Onsgst
Upright Reserving Mills
O solar Reserving MIRs
Shifting pulltyi and Hangers
K jbber sad Leather Beltings
areolar Saw Benohes
Suction Purr ps
Power Morticing Machines
Blind Slat Tenoning Machines
Daniels' Plan lng Mach?n es
Gray A Wood's Planing H'-^tntt
Woodworth Planing Machines
Foot Morticing Machines
Leather and Rubber Hose
Plumbing and Gas Fitting
Wright's Patent Scroll Bawl
Patent Belt ScroU Saws
Rotary and Mining Pimpa.
Every description of Machinery and Ballway Bupplies,
COTTON GUIS of the most approved construction.
FADDITION TO OUR OWN MANUFACTURE OT
Southern and other styles of
PLOWS, CULTIVATORS, 00RN-8HELLKR8, FAN?
NING MILLS, HARROWS,
And ail other Dnplements, we offer on the best terms,
Baw and Roller Cotton Gins .Cotton Presses, Hoadley's
Portable Steam Engines, Portable Sugar sad
Sorgho Cane Mills, Horse Powers and
Threshing Machines, the Clipper
Mowing and Rea ping Ma?
chines, Wine Presses,
And every style of Carts and Wagons for Plantation or
--faint and Drug Mills, Sogar Mills for Grocers'
use, Ganai and Garden Wheelbarrow a, Ditching and
Draining Tools, Hay and Stalk Cotters Horse Bakes
and Gleaners, Hand and Power Grain and Coffee Mills,
with a general assortment of Scythes and Oradles,
Rake?,'Forks, Spades, Shovels, and
IMPOSTED AMD DOMESTIC!
AQKNCT OF TES
Nonpareil Washing Machine and Wringer.
Peruvian, Ph oap ha tlc and Ammonia ted Guanos; E. F.
Goo's Super-Phosphate of Lime, Ground
Bone, Poudrette, Ac.
FIELD GRAINS ?1 SEEDS,
With every variety of Domestic and Foreign Vegetable
Seeds carefully put up io order.
Our largs business ba Seeds demands great care In
their growth and selection, and we believe no stock ira
the North 13 more reliable than our own.
We AU orders also for ah kinds of
IMPROVED LIVE STOCK.
Cataloguer and Price Lists on application.
R. H. ALLEN A CO.,
Nos. 189 and 191 Water-etreet, New York.
January C wfmSmo
HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA BALM.
rpms IS THE MOST DELIGHTFUL AND EXTRA
JL ORDINARY article ever discovered. It changes
the sun-burnt face and hands to a pearly satin texture
of ravishing beauty, Imparting the marble purity ot
youth, and the distingue appearance so inviting In the
city belle of fashion. Ii removes tan, freckles, pimples
and roughness ?rom the skin, leaving tho complexion
fresh, transparent and smooth. It contains no material
injurious to the ?kin. Patronized by Actresses and
Opera 8Ingers. It ia what every lady should have. Sold
everywhere. Retail price 60 cents.
Prepared by W. E. HAGAN, Troy, N. Y.
Address all ordercito DEMAS BARNES t CO.,
October 30 mwflyr Nev York.
AGUA de MAGNOLIA.
ATOILET DBLIGHT I THE LADIES' TRBASUR1
and gentleman's boon I The "sweetest thing"
and largest quantity. Manufactured from the rich
Boutbern Magnolia. Used for bathing the face and per*
son, to render the skin soft and fresh, to prevent erup?
tions, to perfume clothing, Ac.
It overcomes the unpleasant odor of perspiration.
It removes rudness, tan, blotches, Ac
It cures nervous headache and allays inflammation.
It cools, softens, and adds delicacy to the akin.
It yields a subdued and lasting perfume.
It cures mosquito bites and stings of insect?.
It contains no material injurious to the skin.
Patronized by Actresses and Opera Singers. It
what every lady should have. Bold everywhere. Try
the Magnolia Water once, and yon wlU use no other Oe
logne, Perfumery, or Toilet Water afterwards.
DEMAS BABNES A CO.
Props. Exclusive Agents, N. T
October 90 mwflyr
TUE PATENT BOOT AND SHOE,
WOODEN SOLE AND HEEL
WILL OUTWEAR THREE PAIR OF THE OLD
stylo. Once worn, you will never buy any other.
Particularly adapted to the Laboring Classes.
M AN UV A CIT Ii LD Bl'
THE UNION BOOT AND SHOE COMPANY,
No. 38 Dey-street, New York.
Cotton Gins! Cotton Gins! Cotton Gins!
Taylor, Brown, Eagle, Southern,
Emory & Craven McCharty
WITH ENGINES, HORSE- ??wFBS, AND
EVERY THING COMPLETE FOR RUNNING
IN STORE, AND BEADY FOR IMMEDIATE
BHIPMENT AT THE LOWEST RATE8, BYJ
JOHN B. FULLER,
2s o. 8 Dov-strect
Ootober so awfijr
N. York Advertisements.
MERIDEN CUTLERY COMPANY
Of an extensive variety of superior
Having also an exclusive right to nae the
A NEW ABHOLE, warranted immovable, and no
affected by HOT WATER,
Butcher Shoe Knives. &o.
October s Amos No. 4? Beeltman-af.. fl. Y
THOS- IR. AGNEW,
ntPOBTza Aim DZAXJEB DI
aTino Groceries, Choice Test?, etc., etc.,
Nos. 900 af 363 OREEN WICHST.. COB, Of MURRA T
FITZHlCU, WILMER & CO.,
FOB THE BALE 07 WESTERN AND SOUTHERN
PRODUCE, and for the purchase of Merchandise,
Machinery, Ac White I .abor furnished fm Railroads,
Planten and others. Also, Agents for the purchase
and sale of Beal Estate.
?Toe. M and 4? Broadwmv and No 58 Hew?
street, Ntw Y jrk.
Ik H. FTTZHUOH, of Kentucky.
W. L. WILMER, of Philadelphia, Pa,
THOMAS a GALE, Of Norfolk. Va.
GRAHAM L. HUGHES, Of St. Lo ula, Mo.
November 30 _._aaaaW?
MARVIN'S NEW PATENT
/XUH AND DH Y PLASTER
FLUB iND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
f ERO HANTS' SAFES, BANKERS' BTEEL BURG
J xl LAB PROOF AND SPECIE CHESTS, Plate and
Jewelry Safes for Dwelling Houses, of Ornamented
patterns, with Marble tops.
Our Safes possess the following ad van tag se :
They combine the two most fire-proof substances
^They are perfectly dry, and do not corrode the Iron.
They do net lose their fire-j roof qualities by age.
Our Looks are superior to any others in use.
MARVIN st CO.
No. 268 Broadway, New York!
Ho. 731 Chestnut-street, philadelphia.
Agents-WM. M. BIRD ? CO:. Na 303 East Bay,
NOLEN & STEERS,
Md 8treet ?nd Second Awenne, New York.
WHOLESALE AND ?BETAIL DEALERS
nt AU xnrse OF
LUMBER, MANUFACTURERS OF MOULDINGS,
SASH DOORS. BLINDS, AND BOY. SHOOKS.
Turning In all lt? branch?e. Booka containing Patterns
of Mouldh ?i sent on application.
December 37 _._?g
PAPER, ENVELOPE AND STATIONERY
TBADE OF THE SOUTH.
MESSES. CUTTER, TOWER A 00. WOULD BB
^roectfrdly offer their stock cn as favorable term?
ae can tTfoand in the City of New York,Jj**"**
Oap, Buled Papers of all kinds. Cap, Letter, Octavo, Bxtt
Uh, Bath, kc, Envelopes of all kinds, In qnannSes temi
UH? toLOOO.OOO. Manufacturen of Lead Pencils of aB
kinds. Patent Eubber-head Lead Pendis, and Beal
Pens of all kinds. We also will stamp the name (rf ?nj
n?rty on Lead Peucfls or Steel Pens where muck ls or
oered. Our Barometer Inkstands, which we take plea?,
ure in offering to the trade. We keep a large ?took ol
Albums and Diaries for 1866. A List of Prices will b?
.ant to any party desiring one. .
CUTTER, TOWEB & CO.,
Corner of Nassau and Beekmsn-steete.
Whitlock Building, New York.
October 28 lvT No. 89 Devenshlre-street. Borton
HO. ? COURTLANDT-STRRRT, NEW-YORK.
-TT7B0?GHT AND GALVANIZED IBON PTPB AND
PORTABLE AND 8TATI0T~1RY STEAM ENGINES
September 38_ _8??
HIRAM TUCKER &. CO.,
HARUFA0TDBZB8 OF AND WHOLES ALK D CALEBS Bl
FOLDING WOOD COTS,
OF VARIOUS SIZES, WITH
UNDULATING SPRING BOTTOMS,
BRON35K GOODS FOR KEROSENE.
OUB SPRING BED HAS BEHN EXTENSIVELY
need during the past nine y ev ra, and for neatness,
comfort and durability, stands unrivalled; lt ls simple
In its construction, vary portable, and can be used with
The FOLDING COT has undulating spring slat?, re?
quires but little bedding, is wen made, and easy of trans?
Our BRONZE CHANDELIERS, BRACKETS, HALL
LIGHTS, PENDANTS and STAND LAMPS, are a
novelty in the market, chaste and beautiful in design,
fully equal te color and tone to the best French bronze,
and almost Indestructible in service.
Our facilitiisa for manufacturing all of thu above geods
are of such 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. BTRAM TUCKER & CO.,
September 39 No. 60 John-street. New York.
E. s H.T. ANTHONY * CO.,
Manufacturer i of Photographie Material?,
nCUUU AUD BRAU,
601 BROADWAY, H. T.
In amrftloa to our mein bailor of PHOTOGRAPHIC KA
TIKI ALS ?..!.. ba.dqoart.ra (or Ul. following, ?'j.:
Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic View?.
Of lb*M '.. L.T. aa Imm.BMUiortnieDj, Inc?talas;
VIEWS OF THE WAR,
Obtalaad tt grut .spent, ui foraaaf > ?tapial.
noToeaarmo IUSTOBT or TUB O MAT cmos conran
Ball Rac, Dutch Oap,
Yorktown, Pontoon Trains.
Get ty iburgb, Hanover Junction.
Fair Oak?, Lookout Mountain,
Savage Station, Chlckahomiay,
Vre d ario ksburgh, City Point
Seep Bottom, Belle Plain,
Fort Morgan, Atlanta,
Florida, Strawberry Plains,
Amarlcto tnd Fortlfa Ctn ti md Ludjcip?, Grcopt, Butas*
ry ic, Ac Alto, Re.olTlni ?iMassCOMS, for pot]lc or prlrat*
exhibition Our Catalogo, will b. not ta u; eddntt oa r?cela*
W* w.r. tb. Int to Introduc. thu. Int? th. DniUd Blata,
?ad w. manufactura Immen? anantltlaa In rraat Ttrl.tT raaf
la( 1? f*" from JO emu to ?50. Onr ALBUMS htra tb. rev?.
Ution of bains auparlor In b?.-ut. ud durability ta tay ?thar -
Tb.y will b. nat by a,ti., FREE,on racalpl of price
KT"r:xs ALB;:MS MADS TO OBDIB.^?|
The Trade will find, oar Album? the most
Saleable they can bay.
Our Catalan i nov ainbraea o?.r FITS THOCSASD ?I Jarra!
nbjacU (to whV.t addition, tr. coolia nally being mad.) af aaaaV
? ant Am.rLaua. Ac., Tb: about
KKi Maj.(?rot 1U0 Lliut-Colt 010 StaUairan,
100 Bri?; ? ?50 otb.r Often, 130 Dlrlnea,
til Colonala, 1. Na*) Often, Ut Authcra,
40 Ar?il* l?j ?ta??, M Promin?! WasuSt
S.OW Copi? of Warka of Art,
bainding raprojjctlona of tb. moat ?labratad EarraTtart,
Palatlap, Stttnw. bc Catalogua, tut oa raclpt tt StemY
Aa ordar for Oa. u.ism Picture? from oar C?talos??, will ha
fflUd os ratal;, i of |I.I0, and aaa! by malL rsa*
f bolofiajibar, and "thara ordering food. CO, O, ariU pitan*
Saetlt Ixenly-fiT, par cast, of th. anneal with thilr order
SSFMhepTioee iud totality sf ?SJ gooda taSBeSl Ml tt n'f-fr
JOHN C. BEALE,
No. 19 Dtassau-strect, New York.
A LARGE STOCK OF FIRST-CLASS BLANK BOOKS.
f\_ Also, Domestic and Foreign Papers and Stationery.
tonatantlyon hand, Sets of Account Books made to order,
ilthotrraphy, Engraving and Printing executed prompt?
ly and m the best possible manner. Hpeclal attention to
orders by mall, and price as low as an/ houso m the city i
lor gooda ni erma! quality, stnthlyz octobers
K. Yorg jaaveraaciiigiugu
SHARP'S BILLIARD TABLES!
Mo. 14? Falton-street, N. Y.
Januarys ; _ttM.
COTTON AND WOOL HAN? CARDS.
SARGENT Md & CO'S
CEBUINE JjuBj WHITTEMORRv
SARGENT & CO.j
Hardware and Card Hannfactnrerg,
H?. TO PY*y*V^rrRBET, H. 7..
SOLI BUGE880R8 TO TEA WBJTTXMOBX "PATJLHT
BETI" and only manufacturers of the GExTUIHjr
WHITTBMORE COTTON CARDS.
Peale? axe cautioned against worthless Imitations,
October 38 . _ toaos
KRAFT <fc HILI/?
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF
STRAW AM? M??.LEVBRV 600DS,
Ho. ?Ol BROADWAY,
ATOLL SUPPLY Of QOOUS SUITABLE FOB TH
market always on bard. Yow patronage ls r
ipectfuRy solicited._too_October 98
GARDNER, DEXTER 4 CO,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOB THE SALB OF
COTTON, No. 116PKARL-8TRKET, New York-Re?
fer to National American Exchange Bank; Ha %%
FRAN" KEIN-STREET, Boston-Befer to National Baak
of Commerce, National Barere Bank.
Haring ample means far advances, a business
quain tan ce of twenty-five yes? with Eastern spinners,
and confining themselves strictly toa Commission Busi?
ness without operating-or. their own account, respect?
fully ?elicit orrasJgnment&
J. L. ABBOTT m, 00., Agents In Mobile.
C. E. DEXTER, Agent In Columbus, Qa.
October 98 _***
J. C. DAYTON & CO.,
SU0CE880R8 TO DAYTON, BPXACrTJX * 00.?
BeotiAers, and Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, WINES Aa,
aug Manufacturers cf Alcohol and Cologne Spirit, 90 per
cent., Na 107 Front-street, and Nos. M and 86 DesbroS?
tea-street New York._. ^_
A large supply of Old Bye and Bourbon Whiskey OB
hand. Estab&aW in ISM. 6mos Oesober?
8HACRELF0RD, HAAS & CO.,
Ho. 159 Front-street. New York, and
Nos. 81 and 83 North Water-et, Wilinington, N. 0~
SOLICIT CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON, NAVAL
STORES, YARNS, Aa, Aa
Particular attention given to the purchase, on oom*
mission, of all uiaasee of Merchandise.
A HAAS, New York. 8mo_Januarys
BOGERT &. EVANS,
PAPER DEALERS AND ?LANIJFACTTJEEB8
Hos. 38 PLATT AND 90 AND 33 GOLD-ST8., H. Y.
PAPER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, SIZE OB QUAL?
ITY constantly on hand, or made to order. Also,
Binders. Trunk and 8traw Boards. ly October 98
JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS,
OT THE OLD STANDARD QUALITY,
. TRADE MARK: ] GILLOTT
Or Descriptive Name, and Designating Number.
SECOND SERIES.-From No. 700 to 761.
Tn>nH M Amt- iJOBX^B GnxoTT, ) With designating
THADB UABZ. I WUUUSTXD. ) Number.
For sale by
HXXBY OWEN, JOSEPH GILL OTT A 80NB,
Sole Agent No. 91 John-street, N. Y.
September 26 lyr
HAPPEETY & MCHUGH,
Importers, Manufacturers and Sealers*
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. 69 PDiiTON-STEEET, NEW YORK.
Beptember 36_ lyy -
A. W. PAYNE,
CHAINS, ANTILA, VICES, HORSE NAILS,
Nos. 85 and 87 John-street,
CORNER OF GOLD-STREET, NEW YORK.
A full Stock of ENGLISH SHELF HARDWARE alway
on hand. 6mos January 19
CORNELIUS LOCKWOOD & CO.,
WHOLE8ALT DEALERS OX
Brooms, Fainted iPails,
700D AND WILLOW WARE, MATS, TWIN M
r CORDAGE, French anil German Baskets, Hon s
Furnishing Goods, Children's Carriages, Ac
Ho. SS Fallon and No. 203 Watcr-sts., N. Y
Wooden Ware packed for exportation.
.LOCKWOOD.A W. LOCKWOOD
October 38 fimos
MANUFACTURER'S HARDWARE HOUSE
HOHACE W. LOVE & CO.,
Wo. ?6 Cliff-Street, Hew York.
ORDERS FOR ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE prompti? -
Cotton and other Southern products received on ooo.
signment, or in payment lyx September 39
W. B. BUBTNETT,
(SUCCESSOR TO JAMES T. STEER)
No. 45 FULTON-STREET,
STEER ft BUBTNETT'B celebrated Patent PAINT sud
Fine Ground and Extra PAINT BRUSHES, and Brnab
es of every description, of the best material and work,
t*T* Orders promptly and faithfully executed.
September 33 6mo
UNION FIRE WORKS
IMPORTER CHINESE FIRE CRACKERS, ROCKETS, ft
MANUFACTURER LANTERNS, FLAGS, Ac
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HIS OWN IMPORTA
No. ' near Broadway, New York.
October 28 1 yr
MANHOOD AND THE VIGOR OF YOUTH
restored in four weeks, by Dr. BIOORD'S ES?
SENCE OF LIFE. Jar. Ricord (of Paris), after years 0
earnest solicitation, has at lengtb acceded to the earnest
requests of the American pnblic, and appointed an Agen
in New York for tho sale o? his valued and highly-prized
Essence of Life. This wonderful agent will restore
manhood to the most shattered constitutions, whether
arising from excesses, tho effects of climate, or natural
causes. The time required to cure the most inveterate
case is four weeks; and if used according to printed In?
structions, which aro very siruplo, failure ls impossible.
Thia lifo-rcstoring remedy should be taken by all about
to marry, as its effect are permanent. It is acknowledged
by the medical press to be the greatest discovery ever
made. Its developing powers are miraculous. Sncceas
In every case is aa certain as that science overthrows ig?
norance. Dr. Rlcord's Essence of Life ls sold In
cases, with lull Instructions lor use, at $3, or (our quan?
tities ti cns lor J?, and will be sent tear;'- part, c win Dy
packed, on receipt of remittance to hi? accredited agen*
?0 lyr Ho,54L?3erty4treet,New roz*