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THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8,1866.
\V list shall wo. do for Serrants "I
In answer to thia question, tho Now Orleans
Times makes eomo judicious remarks. Wequofco
a fow of them :
Tho Southern households, where tho females of
a family have taken entirely upon tiiomselvos the
burdon of domo9tic duty, are marked by a degree
of neatness and order uttorly impossible under tho
oareloss supervision and labor of nogro sorvants.
Every ono knows of their surprising dust-holes for
storing away filth of every description, and their
maxim -that "dirt never kills,-' which they carry
religiously into practice. The moro superintend?
ence of their caroloss labors was a greater drudg?
ery than to do it oneself.
Whero there is noalth, a moderate degree of
energy and good will, and several in a family, the
work is no heavy binden upon any ono of them.
It is only surprising, in a short time, what can bo
done and done woll, of the labor which six or
seven servants, in eternal bustle and confusion,
were striving to accomplish in the twelve hoare.
In these days of labor-saving inventions work has
been reduced as light as work can well be. A good
kitchen and cooking stove will hardly injure the
hands or complexi?n of *&o fairest bello, whose
heaviest task work had hitherto been to master
the difficulties of an opera of Meyerbior, or to paint
a landscape lrom Poussh*. The new washing
machine leaves little to be desired in the way of
lightening heaviest of all domestic drudgery;
a division of labor there oonverts a toil, if not into
? pleasure, at least into a very boorabie necessity
and an ultimate benefit. , "
We bedeve that in a year the amount or money
saved, and of comfort gained, if every woman in a
Southern "household should resolutely set her face
1 toward the discharge of duties which will be ulti
mately forced upon her, would promote the happi
ness, energy, and usefulness of the whole land. A
- spirit of independence would take the place of that
inertness which has hitherto paralyzed all our ef?
forts, and we would become a stronger and better
people. She might, perhaps, find less time for the
requirements of fashion, nut quito as muoh for
the management of her family, the cultivation of
her mind, and a practice of all those social virtues
and accomplishments which conduce so much to
the happiness of a fireside.
* Ladies, there were heroines among you in tho
crowded hospitals, on the bloody battle-fields,
wherever there was pam to be alleviated, or faint?
ing hearts to bo strengthened. Your countrymen
'.rise up and c ill you blessed," and we feel assured
that there is no emergency you oannot meet, no ex?
igency for which you are not provided.
. , ? ? . - ' ???
The Final Fate of the Universe.
[Front the Scientific American.]
If two bodies were placed in space without any
force acting upon each other than thoir own gravi?
ty, they would immodiately start toward each
other, and would rush together. -The Bun and
planets, which constitute the stellar system, to
which our solar system belongs, are prevented
from ninning together into one mass by their revo?
lutions about each other. Tho revolutions of the
planets around our sun, and of tho satellites about
their primaries, have boen ascertained, with that
"wonderful precision which is tho just prido of as?
tronomical science, and astronomers are now en
: gaged in tho sublime prob em of unrovoiling tho
revolutions of the countless suns that make up our
stellar Bystem. Alroady the oluBtor of the Pleiados
ia indicated ns tho proximate locality of the centre
around which our sun, with his attendant planets,
is sweeping his vast orbit; and it is suggested that
it is probably the common centre of tho orbits of
all the suns of our stellar system.
If the foroo of gravity extends across tho incon?
ceivable spaces which separate the several stellar
systems of the universe, those systems must rush
together unless they are held apart by revolutions
around each other.
If light were an emanation, as held by Newton,
the spaoes between the solid bodies of the universe
might bo absolutely empty; and in that case, the
revelations of the bodies around each other might
go on forever. On the other hand, if light is a vi
ration in a subtle fluid, the fluid must obstruct
the motions of bodies revolving in it, and they
must finally como together in ono mass. The ex?
periment so ingeniously devised by Arago, and
j carried out with such honorable regard for tho
. fame of its designer by Messrs. Fouoault, Fizeau
and Bereque, to determine whothor there is a dif?
ference in the velocity of light in its pas sa go
through air and water, has demonstrated that
light is ? vibration. It follows from this that, as
far as light extends, space'is filled with a material
fluid which resists the motion of bodies revolving
in it, and bodies within this space must gradually
- wind thoir way inward, and ultimately como to?
gether into ono mass.
The moon must be drawing very Blowly nearer
and nearer the earth, and tho two bodies, in tho
' far distant future, wal como tqgethor. The solid
crust of the oar th will be' broken up by tho shook,
an immonso quantity of heat will bo generated by
the destruction of the moon's Uiotion, and the two
bodies will ruso, together into one molten globe.
AB tho new and enlarged earth is cooled upon its
surface, a second series of - geological deposits will
be constituted, accompanied, perhaps, by strange
and inconceivable, forms of animal and vegetable
At tho samo lime, the earth is winding its way
inward toward the sun, and must ultimately fall
an inconsiderable pebble, into the vast glowing
mass. The samo fate awaits all tho planets, and
pur solar system must one day bo but a singlo
globe. When this globe is cooled to tho right
temperature, it may be covered with a multitudo of
inhabitants, and astronomers may rho who will
watch its revolutions among tho associated suns of
our stellar system. If then' knowledge and intel?
lect aro equal lo tho soionce of our astronomers,
they will foresee the ultimate coming togobher of
all those suns into one common globo. And not
this only, l'or they will predict the final coming to?
gether of all tho stellar systems of tho visible uni?
verso icto ono mass of matter.
When this mass is first collected, it will bo in?
tensely hot from the dostruction ot' motion in tho
gradually cooled. During tho cooling thore will
e tho samo pl ty and mutual intorohango of boat,
light, electricity, magnetism, and other impondera?
ble forcos that in now upon this oarth. As tho
cooling proceeds tho action of theso forces will di?
minish; whon 1)77 dogroas is roachod, light will
cease and darkness will lill tho universo. As each
vibration of boat leaves tho material mass, it will
expand outward at tho rate of 102 OOO miles per
second in all directions, in tho form of a swift
swelling hollow globo. Whon tho tomporaturo ol'
absolute cold ia roached (-493-2 dogreos), tho last
vibration of heat will loavo tho mass of matter and
will expand outward through all iufiuity of space
Supposing, howovor, tho ethereal fluid which
fills tho visible portion ol' tho uuivorso is limited in
extent, so that .tho last vibration of heat will reach
its boundaries and coaso, what thou bocomcs of
tho force of tho universe and of tho doctrine of tho
conservation of force.
FIRES IN Tow.-Wo haye had a couple of firos
hero iliis week, on two consecutivo nights, and
both occurring at about tho samo hour.
On Tuesday night, about ll o'clock, a bouse oc
cupiod by Iko Andorson, a freedman, took fire, and
was entirely consumed.
On Wednesday night, phortly after the Columbus
train had pasred. a iko broke out in tho telegraph
- office boro, which, together with the National Ex?
press o??eo adjoimng,was burnt down. Tho building
occupied as an ?frico by tho National, was theprop
erty of our townsman, Mr. J. L. Evington, and
valuod at $000. No insurance. Tho Southorn Ex?
press Company, also doing business in tho same
house na tho telegraph office, is said to have lost
*3000 or fciOGO in tho safo, which fell far short of
.hoing a fireproof ono.-Fort Valien Led'ja:
MOUE POTHOLET.-Tho Chattanooga Union an?
nouncer! tho dit-ooverv of more oil indications in
Walker county. It nays: "On Friday Last a farmer
living in Walker county, Goorgia, while engaged in
enlarging a spring on his farm, displaced some
rook, when immediately a quantity of oil gushed
out, and Hon ted on the surface of the wa tor. Wo
understand that a number of gentlemen from this
city aro malung nrrangoments to sottlo tho impor?
tant question whether tho oil exists in that county
in sufficient quantities to moko an investment in
tho oleaginous substance profitable."
North Carolina Items.
Snow fell in Surry County on tho 29th ultimo.
Tho whippingpost was well patronized duiW
tho lat e term of Tecklenburg Super or Court Th!
Charlotte Guaroian says that tho Sheriff of that
county will soon become an expert in tho art of
administering tho rod, "unless a great moral re
foimation soon takes placo."
. Charlotte is growing. Tho Timos says that there
wi an hundred apphcants for houses in that place
SAU Uli,', yu? ?ofpl/ l? fitf ?itOli O? tliC ?QgU?d. '
No. 140 Meeting street,
OPPOSITES PAVILION HOTEL.
LITTLE & MAESHALL,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
MACHINERY, SEEJDS, &c.
AGENTS FOR THE
EXCELSIOR ROLLER GIN,
FOJf HAND, HORSE OR STEAM POWER.
THE HAN? OIN WILL TURN OUT ONE
HUNDRED POUNDS OP GINNED
COTTON PER DAY WITH
AGENTS POR THE
UNIVERSAL SAW GIN,
Cleaner and Condenser.
HAND GINS PROM 18 TO 35 SAWS.
POWER GINS FROM ?SO TO 100 SAWS.
THE HAND GINS
WILL TURN OUT FROM 600 TO 700 POUNDS PER
DAY WITH TWO HANDS.
THE CLEANER AND CONDENSER ATTACHMENT
Is an ENTIRELY NEW FEATURE, and a great ac?
quisition to tho Gin proper. It is very simple ia con?
struction and operation, and requires no appreciable force
to drive it It serves to separate all the vast amount of
fine dust and sand from the ginned cotton, which, by the
ordinary process, would be deposited with it and be
packed in bales for market. The Condenser also prevents
the possibility of ming the ginning buildings, even if the
Gin itself could generate firo (which this Gm cannot do).
It occupies but littlo space, and may be operated in al?
most any building, however small, and whon desirable
may be used in the open field. It is entirely portable,
and, with the Gin, forms A COMPLETE GINNING ES?
TABLISHMENT OF ITSELF, whioh can be moved from
plantation to plantation.
The saving in tho erection of biiildings such as are re?
quired for those Gins and Condensers ovor tho cost of
those roquirod for other gins, will far excoed the entire
outlay tor these improved Universal Cotton Gins and
Condensers complote for use.
Agouta for tho OLABK SORGHO MILL and COOK'S
Agents for ARCHAMBAULT'S PORTABLE STEAM
Agents for the INGERSOLL COTTON PRESS.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
No. 140 MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL.
August 21 ' tuths3mo8
Mm, BARKLEY & GO.,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A LAKGrE STOCK
RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT ft SAW HlLi
STEAM ENGINES AND SAW MILLS
3AR AND SHEET IBON
3AST AND SPBING STEEL
DOW MOOR AND CAST STEEL O 0OMOTTVE
OILS AND AXLE GREASE
3TJM AND LEATHER BELTING
RAILROAD, SHIP AND OUT SPIKES, <kc.
EVANS & WATSON'S FIRE AND BUBGL4.B
PB00F SAFES, Ac, Ac.
.?MERON, BIRKLuY k CO.,
NO. 150 MEETING STREET.
August 28 _'
Co HI* B.UCJJDIIJ
No. 137 MEETING-ST.,
CHARLESTON, S. C
-OCOMOriVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
[HON & WOOD WORK MACHINES!
SAW MILLS. GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
GILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, &c
LA FPO RM, COUNTER AND WARE?
OTTON PICKERS, &c, ?Ve.
Dlr ltfi>resfaited by Mewrs. M. K. JESSUP & (JO., .
WHOIiKSALB AND BETAIL DEALER IS
tllLUm? ANW FANCY ttOODS,
ORY GOODS TOYS &o.
Li "io. yr.? nt iN?.STREET. Charleston, S.r
AT NEW SORE PRICKS.
.*S- Vortviue paper copy for two month!, ted BAW
-~ .<.. ??..ce. J vt M 'vemuM a
N. York Advertisements
I GEORGE STECK & CO.,
? HAD THE UNPREOEEENTED TRIUMPH TO BE
AWARDED TWO PRIZED AT ONCE,
THE COLD AND SILVER MEDAL,
Attho Fair of the American Institute, Oct. 18'5 (being
the very latest dat-), lor General Superiority of their
GRIND AND SQUARE FI.4X0S.
First premium received overf all oompotitlon, when
and whorever exhibited.
THESE PIANOS HAVE RECEIVED THE HIGHEST
recommendations from the following ai ?tinguish
ed Artistes and Performers :
THEODORE THOMAS, F. VON BRE?NING
GEO, W. MORGAN, THEO. MORLING,
W. MASON, CHARLES WELS,
HENRY 0. TIMM, WM. PECHER,
J. N. PATTISON, OARL AN80H?TZ,
THEODORE HAGEN, JUL. 80H?BERTH,
GEORGE: MATZKA, A. PAUR,
FR. BRANDEIS, WM. BERGE,
MAX MARHTZEK, A. DAVIS,
S. MILLS, C. DEMUTH,
OARL WOLFSOHN. CHAS. TR ADEL,
GAEL BERGMANN, H. PERABEAN,
Please send for illustrated Circulars.
WAREBOOMS NO. 141 8TH ST.. NEAR BROADWAY,
OPPOSITE CLINTON, HALL.
August 23 _ thstn6mo
FOB OHUBOIIES, S 0 ND A Y- 8 OHO 0L8, AND PA B
LOBS, with new and valuable improvements, gi?,
mg extraordinary compass, variety, and a sweetness of
tone. The crowning perfection is the VOX HUMANA
ATTACHMENT, a wonderful imitation of the symp a*
thetio sweetnePB of the human voice. They are stron gly
Indorsed by GEORGE W. MORGAN, WILLIAM A
KING, and others-the highest musical authority in the
United States. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed.
PIANOS of all grades and styles furnished kt low ef
GEO. G. SAXE & CO.,
NO. m BROOME STREET, NEW TOBE.
J. F. BROWNE & CO.,
HARP MANUFACTURERS, HAVE REMOVED
their Warerooms to No. 681 B KOADWAY, New
York, npposlte Metropolitan Hotel. Strings, Mnsio, and
every requisite for the Harp. Established London, 1810;
New York, 1811. stnth3mo_October 6
E. 8. DODGE & CO.,
STEAM JOB PRINTERS,
No. 84 JOIIIV-STUEET, N. Y.
ELDER & BROWN,
MANUFACTURERS AND PATENT?
EES of the celebrated COMBINATION
CRADLE AND B*BY TENDER, Pro
pelling Horses, and all kinds of Rook
ts? lng Horses, Invalid Chairs, with double
V sud singlo wheels, from $25 'to $45;
Oi'ildren's Ourriagea, Fancy and Varnished Wagons,
Fancy Sulkies, Invalid Carriages, made to order. Fancy
Propellers and Baby Bookers, Ac, ic, life-size Horses,
made to order.
Depot, No. 6S8 BROADWAY. Manufactory, Nos. 449,
450, 451 and 452 WEST STREET, New : .:1c.
October 25 thstulyr
For the Handkerchief.
A Moat Exquisito, Delicate, and Fra?
grant Porfm-ie, Distilled from the Rare
and L ; r.\' f /I Flower from wii?ch. it
takes ito nr.ins.
Manufact:?nu? only hy rUAJLOU & SOW,
MUM Cf fMNTMFEO.
AtK FOR T,,r? A LON'S-TAKE NO OTHEF.
bcd hy Dmi7r-'"*!i .''cnemlbr,
NEEDLES AND FiSHING TACKLE.
ANDREW CLERK & CO., NO. 48 MAIDEN LANE, N
Y., solo importer^ of JOS. WARRIN'8 celebrated
?rihod Eyed N KEDLES, beg to notify their old custom
ora and tho public that they have on bond a fr h assort?
WARRIN'8 DRILLED EYED NEEDLES
WARRIN'S TELEGRAPH NEEDLES IN CASKETS,
extra large Oval Eye?
WARRIN'S NEEDLES IN SYNOPTICAL OASES, * now
DARRIN'S PURGKONS, MILLINERS, HAIL, PACE
Thoso Needles havo been before the public for thirty
irs and are acknowledged by good judges to be supe*
:r to nil others in toinper, fl ulah, uniformity and qual
Jur assortment of FISHING TACKLE is complete,
, id tho most ostensivo in thia or any other country.
June OB inwf?ino
^?MPS! PUJTS! PUMPST
Steam, Force, SBCHOD and Lifting tm
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION !
BT Bi ADI AND OAS PIPES,
Pipe ami Steam Fittings,
UTO OVKBT DESCRIPTION OT
Plumbora', Gas and Steam Fitters
FOR SALE AT T.HE LOWEST RATEft
JOHN B. F?LLER,
Ho. M OKV-STBRKT. UttW Vi.(?K.
tnvttn.U <r 1" Imf y
NEW YORK TYPE FOUNDRY,
NTO. 5353 BBBKMAN-STRBBT
PRIS TERS ARE INVITED TO OALL ON THE SUI
SC RIBER, where they oan bp supplied with ever
tyla of PRINTING TYPES, made from unrivalled har'
not&l, and finished tn the most accurate manner, wltl
^E88ES and every article they require, at the LOWEfT
SICE for cash or approved paper.
ELECTROTYPING AND STEREOTYPING.
Second-hand Presses and materials bought and
rpe Copper faced to ordr* by the Newton Oom
ont* assorted with accents for Spanish, French
Dili, f ueee.
i Type tajeen in exonange tor New at 10a per poun<
N romper A wtaiyr P. a OORTELYO?.
W. York Advertisement*
V. W. BRINKERHOFF,
NO. 18 BEEKMAN STREET, NEW YORK,,
ac ANT; F OT?P.KUS OF
FIN iE SOALBS, SPISC1ALLY FOE DRCGOISTS'
ChemiBfs', Grocers' mid Oonfeotioner&'s ase.
Also of HBBGIOAL 'M^TBOMENTa, MEDICINE
CHESTS, SADDLE BAOS, PILL MACHINES, Ac., Ac
And importer of Brashes, Combs, Perfumer?, Ess. Oils
Extracts, Eine Soaps, J. Auton Farina Cologne, Chamois
Plaister-skin? and White Splits, Hlik Elastic Stocking?
Evaporating Dishes, Funnel?, Mortars, Pill TileB, Toilet
and Cologne Battles, Bohemian Class Ware, Anotomi
cals, fee,, all o) which are offered at the lowest entrer t
ratos for cash. wimCmo Jane 20
J. B. SCHENCK, I gent,
BO. TO MAIDEN LANK, HEW VOR?
OFFERS FOB SALE
PORTABLE AMD STATIONARY STEAM ENGIN)
o?an B?ses, OTBCULAB SAW MILLS of the moi
approved construction, onttlng from 10,000 to 30,00
ectof Lumber per day: BEYNOLDS' TUBBLNB WA
TBB WHEELS, end ad kinda of Machinery for Worklci
Wood and Iron, via:
i Steam and Gas Plpea
Steam and Water Gnageal
I Hydraulic, Jaoks
Upright Soe erring yfjoa
Circular Beservlng M Ilia !
Shafting Pullrys and Hangers
Rubber Leather Boltings -
Circular Saw Benches
i Steam Pumps
Power Morticing Machines
Blind Slat Tenoning Machines 1
Daniels' Planing Machines
Gray k Wood's Pianino; Machln?8|
Woodworth Planing Machines
f Boring Machines
Foot Morticing Machines
Lea th or and Rubber Hose
Plumbing and Gas Fitting :>
Wright's Patent ScroU Saws'
Patent Belt Scroll Saws
Rotary and Mining Pompa,
Every description of Machinery and Railway Snppli?
COTTON GINS of the most approved construction.
CARHART. WHITFORD & CO.
Wholesale Dealers in
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING
Hos. An, 57. 5!? and 61 Hudson, near
Duane-sXreet, New York.
T. F. OA? "IART. J HENRY SHANER.
W, H. W< ?TFCRP. I J. B. VAN WAGENEN
A. T. HAMILTON.
Offlcc?? f PAYAN & GABHABT in liquidation.
DAVEGA, YOUNG & Mo K??Z??
UT AND COLLECTION OFFICE,
Nos. 39 and 40 Park Row.
ISAAC DAVEGA, )
GEORGE B. YOUNG, ! NEW YORK.
GERARD L. MCKENZIE, J
HAVING SUCCEEDED TO THF TORSION COLLS!
TION BUSINESS of Moan*. BIRNEY, PROT
TI80 St FLANDERS, we will attend to the collection (
psst due and maturing claims throughout the Unit?
.tea a-i (Kunda.
COMMISSIONERS FOB ALL THE STATES,
BURNETT, McINNIS & EARL,
Nos. 36 & 38 Whitehall-street,
J. B. BURNETT....M. MoIKNIS....B. C. EARL.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MA?EON CONSIGN?
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO THE HALE OF COT?
TON, NAVAL ST' > KKtt, Etc., and the purchase of
PLANTATION SUPPLIE*. Imo* O?tol>or27
INDIA RUBBER GOODS.
D. HOD GM AN",
Manufacturer of and Dealer in every description of
INDIA R??BE? GOODS,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
NO. 27 MAIDEN ?ASE,
October 12 ?mw ??mot
Cures nil dise?aos caused by
self-abuse, \iz :-?p?rmator
ike/', ?i-mimil - Weitkneea,
Night - Emits ions, IMUS oj
Memory, Universal Uissi*
Uute, J'uins in the Buck, Dim*
--mess of Vision-, Premature
13 Old Age, Weak Nerves, Dlffi*
Jg]CK? Breathing, l'aie Connie*
p- nance, InsanUg, Consump?
tion, and nil rtiso.ws that fol?
low as n eequeiicn of youthful indiscretions.
Tho Chcrokeo Curo will rest?te health nm! vlior,
?top tho emissions, and effect a permanent euro
ofter nil other medicines have tolled. Thirty-two
pasco pamphlet eeut ia a aculod envelope, freo to nny
ad i i ress.
Price $2 per bottle, or three bottlo? for $5. Sold
by nil drusrpieto; or will bo sent by express to any
portion of tho world, on recolpt of price, by tho
Dr, W. E. MERWIN, 37 Watter St., N, Y.
Cnrc? all Urinnry Com?
plaints, viz: Gm itel. Inflam*
, million of the Bladder and
th'itlneys, Retention cf
'Urine, Strhtures of Cia
Wrethra, Dropsical Swell
ringi, Brich Unit Deposits,
anil all ilLieaseu that rt-qulro
n diuretic, and when used ia
conjunction with tho
does not toil to euro Gonorrhe?t, Gleet and all Stn
cous Discharge* In Mule or Femiile, curing recent
cunea tn from one to three diiy*, and le especially
recommended la those ?atws of Fluor AUitu or
tVilitcs in Fem?te. Tho two medicines used ia
conjunction will not toil to removo this ditsajcreoablo
compl-ilnt, und in tho; o casca where other mediemos
have k-ori ?soil without encocas.
Price, i>modj, Ono Bottle, $?, Three Bottles, ?B.
- Injection, " u $-\ " u $5.
The Cherokee " Cure," K f?tmr*y~f-~aa?['i Injec?
tion" aro to be found in nil well ropuli?T^Jn?*
atores, mid aro recommended by tdiyrfcKuw and
druggists all ?vcr tho world, for their intrinco w?rth
and merit Bunin unprincipled deal en?, however.
try to doerive tliolf customers, by selling cheap wnK. ,
worthless oompuonrtv-ln order to .make ?"'.?ey-- ^s
m nl?oo of tlic-?e. Be ?ot deceive*?. If tho drug
gists will not huy thom Ihr y wm. tx? us, and wo |
will send them to you by expre?, secA.relv packed
and free from observation W o trent all diseases to
which tho human system is snljuct, and wi bo
nleasud to rocelvo full and explloit sbifcuwnt? from
ttw?o wbo'havo totted to receive relief heretofore.
Ladlee or pentlcmen can address ns in. per/bet con*
Menee. Wa dedra to eend onr thirty-two pase
iwmpblet free ti? every lady and penMeronn tn the
lund Address all Jettera for pamphlets, medicines,
er advice, to the sote proprietor, ??
8 Dr. W. E. MURWIN, 37 Watter 6t" 5. T.
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BEOS RESPECTFULLY TO SAY THAT HE IS
located at his old stand,
No. 126 Nassau-st., New Yorki,
Where he continues to suppiv tho Jobbing and Retail
Trade with all articles in the BOOK AND STATIONERY
LINE, on the most liberal terms.
Books, Stationery; Note, Letter, Cap, Legal Oap, Bill
andBith Papers; Photograph Albums, Carlo de Visite j
for Albums, Blank Bo?ks, Inks, Muoilage, Envelopes,
?no., ?sc., in great variety and ou esp,
A superior line of POCKET DIARIES for 1867.
Catalogue sent on application.
Orders promptly filled. Address
No. 126 NASSAU-STREET, NEW YORK.
Ootober 26_ 60
FURNITURE! FURNITURE I
NOS. 87 & 80 BOWERY & 66 CHBY8TIE-STBEET
HA VS nat BEST AStOBTBS STOCK OF -
PARLOR, DINING-ROOM AND BED-ROOD
PBING BEDS AND BEDDING
IN TUB! UNION.
OUR FAOILITIES FOR MANUFACTURING A'l
LOW PRICES defy competition. STEAMER*
I IND HOTELS FURNISHED FOR S PYLE AND QDAL1
CY. We refer you on board of the Hudson Biver Steam
're, ST. JOHN and DEAN RICHMOND.
! Puller's Patent Hair-Spring Mattresses
FIVE STATE PREMIUMS AWARDED.
June 21 ** thstaGmo
J. D. MURCHISON,
No. 54 Pine street,
Ootober 15_,_3m oa
JOHN T. H 0 A G,
WHOLESALE DUALER IN
Paper and Papa* Manufacturers Supplies,
No. 164 FULTON fcTREEF,
"J HE BERRI AN"
?SO. 601 BROADWAY, NKW YOIiK*
Tho largest variety In tho United States, of
CUTLERY, SILVER PLA'ED WA RE
TEA SETS, CASTORS. REFRIGERATORS
OOOKtf.GUiEWSILH, fte., &o.
TOGETHER WITH EVERYTHING APPERTAINING
to the lins, and all at th? lowvsfc possible price?,
wholesale Hnd retail f >r o*-h. Foroign good? reduced
to gold value. Catalogues furnished on anpl cation to
my add ress. H. H, CAMEY.
October 4 vliHin ymiu
OLIVES, & CO.,
No. 45 Liberty Street, New York City.
1BATH RR AND HUBBUB BELTING, PACKING,
j Hi ?HE M AO MT-NE RY, AN.; MANUFACTURER'S
Oak Tanned Leather Belting. Vulcanised Rabber Boi?
iiif?, P.iieut Siltcbed Rubber Belting, fatont Combina,
ti??i tiultiiiK. Vulcanized Rubber llosa, Leather Hoso.
Grenoble Hose, Ilerup and Ootton lioso Leather and
Ruiihor HeoMon H su, L?oe Loather, Rt ller Cover
loather, Mixen Rubber P.mRlns, Oom Packing, Pure
Rubber Paclii ig, Cotton Pucking, O''tl >u Wusro, Bob?
bins aud -ih Jttl?B, I'oroe I'ump.i, F*a BIOWM-N, TuroiHe
Water WU 'el?. Haw Mills. .Steam Engines, and Mauuiac
turer s Supplias, in general,
August -?H tutbs Sm ns
TOYS, CHINA, AND FANCY GOODS,
BEADS, At AUB LES, SLATES, *c, ELATE
STRASBURGER & NUHN,
NO. 65 MAIDEN LANE, COR. WILLIAM ST., N. Y.
STB MBU uG li ll it -S?HN BBINO NOW THE LARG?
ES t' iMfOitf 1^ in their lins, a,ud having laid in
their FOL . STOCK, FOR (IAMI, at the lowest gold
rates, aro onaniert to (Tor, for th? ?owing season, ex
^ordinary inducements. Buyers wdl do well to favo
"?N^with their conndenc* ?ad buy at once.
fcirM^ii ordorB promptly exnomted.
:UH. BLIND AI?TTSIIR MAKES
No. 21 Jane-stre?t,
?HB HOBT JtKfBOVZD
ORAND AND *8QUABE
Poll Iron Frame and Overstrung Bass,
MANUFACTORY AND WAREHOUSE
Ho. 19 West MouBftm-street. Ho. 19
NEAR BROADWAY, NEW YOBS. . .
THE DNDEESIGNED, MEMBERS OE THE FIRMO?
KRAUSHAAR A CO., aro practical Piano makers,
a ad ta sueta bave had a large experience In connection
with some o, the best Establishments In this country
aid Europe Their ?nos are made not merely for
them, bat ty them, ai dunder their Immediate personal
a aperrision, ur- a ihey allow no instrumente to leave web*
factory and ^ass into the hands of their patrons, ?jr?ew
t&ey have ? power, evenneaa, firmness and roundness ot
tone, an elasticity of touch-without which no instan*
neut ought to be satisfactory to the pabilo-aa well a
tttat durability in conotrncticn, whioh enables it to re?
main in tone and to withstand sadden. changes of tem.
i er ature and expos ore to sxt;-ezne heat and cold, which
are sometimes unavoidable. '
They will at all tim ?a be hnppy to see the profusion
aid the publio at their Waxer ooma, and invite oomparl"
son between their own Pianos and those of any othes
ANTON KRAUSHAAR.............,.. .TOBIAS HAMM
CHARLES J. 8C/HONEMANN.
Fiist Fremiom Steam few-Mills.
THE PIlS: PRIZE,
THE GOLD MEDAL.
Was awarded to the
WASHINGTON IRON WO
Og the American Institute, at their Fahr, in October, 18H
for the best.
AND STEAM ENGINE .
OEDE BS FOB THESE, GANG SAW-MILLS, BUG AB
Mil s, General Machinery, bon and Brass Castings
forging", Railroad cars, Au., ?o.; promptly filled. Ad
trow . CEO. M. CLAPP, Treasurer,
Newburgh, N. Tutor
L. 0. WARD, Agent/
No, 65 Liberty-at,, (Boora No. 8), N. 7,
NORTH RIVER ;
GBIFFI? '& CO.,
Nos. 58 60 COailiAMDT STREET, H..V.U
.,. MAHUFAOTUBBM AND DEALEB8 Iii . :'J
Agricultural Ira|)lomcnt8, Seeils, Fertilizers,,
NOB. 10,11', 60, 65 and <0 PLOWS, OBLERBRATED' -
Mohawk Valley Meei Clipper flow, Horse Powers),
Threshers and Cleaners, Fm Mills, Ike.
. COTTON GINS-Ernery's Celebrated SawGHn, MOOM
tty's Celebrated Roller Gin. Dealers supplied..
?fia- fend for gironlara. 2m?a, Ootober.4
A. ATOTELL, J W. H. INMAN, .
Atlanta, | (Late of GeOrgtt)/^ ?"
Georgia,:.' J- New York, '
AUSTELL & INMAN, ;
COTTON & COM? IM MERCHANTS,
NO. 80 WALL-8TREET, NEW YORE.
WE ARE FULLY PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL
OA8H ADVANCEMENTS ON CONSIGNMENTS
from Merchants and Planters, both at thia place and at
our agencies throughout the South, Oar Mr. AJJSTELIw
of Atlanta, will arrang? advanoem?ote there. OOTTOif
and MiffiflOH AN DISE wi li be forwarded to os wlth&ii?
patch by oar agents. Mesure. BRADY & MOSES, of Si?
van nat. We will exert our beat energies to give saUlhr,
faction, and promote the interests of our patrons., .
Oondgnmenta from our Southern friends respeatfaBy
soUotted._3moa. ' September 88
IWOBTiai HO) DEAXEB tH
Vitt* Groceries, Cboica ltd*, ute., ete^[
?roa, 560 <# sea OMEN WICHET,, GQB. QTHU&OAD
NEW YORK. ; j
MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD?
OUE WHRK, IN DESIGN AND FINISH, IS UNSUR?
PASSED in this cor.n ry.
miers through mail will receive same attention al
when given in person,
iddresa letters W?THAN k COMPANY,
No. 199 Mercer street, New York:.
Drawings and Est?malos upon application.
TODD & RAFFERTY, ~
ENGINEERS & FOUNDERS,
Of dee and Work?, Paterson, New Jersey.
WABBHOU8E, NO. 4 DEY-STREET, N. Y. > .
it fANUFA0TUBER8 OF STATIONARY AND POET.
M ABLE STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS; Flax,
temp, Tow, Oakum, and Rope Machinery; Shafting,
IUI Gearing, Iron and Brass (lastings of all kinds!
.athea, Planing Maohltiea, Drills; Shaping, Slotting and
wing Machines; Gear Gutters, Centering, Milling and
?oit-Cutting Mach?neB; Chucks of all kinds, Leather
ad Rubber Belting, lace Leather, Belt Hooks, and
linera! Supplies for Railroad and other Machine Shops,
adson A Snow's Patent Governors. Saw Mills, Cooba
ibu. Presses, kc, oonutantly on band.
Tor>r> & RAFTSETV,
Muroh 20 ly , No. 4 Dey-gtreot, N. T.
ITO. 16 NORTH WILLIAM-STREET, NEW YORK,
No. .844 Broome-st., 'O. of Bowery, New York.
\yf ANUPAOTOBER OF EVE It Y DESCRIPTION OF
.Ti SHOW OASES, in Silver, German ttdver, Rose?
wood. Mahoganv, Walnut, o.
A good assortment ulwuya on hand or made to order
at the -?hortest notion. Casen shipped t ? any part of
the United States or Canada, tutlmttroo Anguat li
FUNSTON & SCOFIELD,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR
LUliendalirs Excelsior Fire Works!
Importers and Manufacturers of
CI! LYES T<". OOOils, FIrtK CRACKERS,
T?RPED-?KSr, L A ?T E Ii ?S, KL\GS, &C.
t\o 9 DEY STREET, KEW YORK.
October 6_stnth Smog
ANDREW A BOYD,
(Successor to P. B. ANDKHSON),
Ship Bread Biscuit a? d Cracker Bakery
AT THE OLD STAND OF U P. WARD,
No. 219 Fulton-Street^
[Third door abovo Greenwich), HEW YORK,
October 1 tbStn3mo
NOLEK & STEERS,
?3d S traci and Second Aven ac, New Vor?i,
WTHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS
rf IK ALL MUDS OP
.CMBEB, MANUFACTURERS OF MOULDING 8,
SASH DOORS, BLINDH, AND HOS 3HOOK8.
faming in t ? ita branches. Booke OOH faining Patterns
oaldings aunt on appllc*?<"?.
I ?eoe m ber lyr
VfAHUUOD ASM THE ViGOH Off* HOVVM
Ji restored in four weoha, o> Or. RIOOECS Efl
DiNOE OF LIFE. ,r)r. Ricord (of ParUy, arter yetra 0
artiest solicitation, ba? st leagth acceded to Ute eurnctt
etiueetRof the American public, and appointed ?8 Ag?n
n New Vurk for tho tale of his valued and hhj<1$M)riiS#
??wnce of Lifo. Thia wonderful ?gent wl8 Distort
aanhood to the most shattered constitutions, wltetotf
rieiai: from excesses, the effects of climate, or natus
.anees. The time rutiolred to cure tho most (nvetera&a
?se la four weeks; and If used according to printed in?
itructions, whioh are very simple, failure ls lmpousMiM.
t'hia life-restoring remedy should be taken Jw aR atMKsl
o marry, as its eifeot are permaneat. tt te acknowledges
)j the medtcaj nea?? to te the greatest discover;; ?vet
nade, its developing power? are ojlracatoas. ?tiocest
a every ease la ae certain ai that scienoe overthrows lg,
lorance. Dr. Ricard's Esseuoe ot ute w ?Jd ta
?tm, ertth fan buaraction* tor vso. ?t W, ot mar qnaa,
lils? tn one (Or $9, sndwui oe ?enttoaay par?, oaierato
txto*. on reoatps ofrerattaww*' ?ffijgf?jfijjfipEk
March M If No. Si Liborty-atreet, New T(tth,