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TrAHJ V.—in IMS city, os Friday, Doe. 4U>, Henry C.
Baih y, ho ibe <2d year of his age.
’JThe relatives and friends of the family, also the members
•f Charter Oak Lodge, No. 349, F. and A. M., are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral, from rii-i late reet
depee. No. <99 Greenwich st, on Monday, December 7,
at 6% o’clock A. M.
ferial
Fraser’s Sperlfle,
rOK THE CTRS or
GOVT AND RHEUMATISM,
OM> be had only from the proprietor, **' *. F. Fraser, Qcn-
■ffiting Physici-n for Gont and Roenmattem, No. 298
ffenrth street Washington Square, New York. Price $3
U»r bottle, sent free to any address in the United States or
the Canadas.
t@° > Beadquarters of the I'nton Central
COMMITTEE of the Git)’ and County of New York, cor.
Broadway and 23d street. Dec. 3.1863,
RESOLVED,
That the Ward Associations represented in the Union Cen
tral Committee of the City and County of New York shall
meet at their respective headquarters on Friday everting,
the 11th day of December, 1863, and elect by ballot, five
delegates to the Union Central Committee, and five dele
gates to the Young Men’s Union Central Committee. Notice
of such election shall be given in two daily papers at least
twice previous to the election.
The President of each Ward Association shall appoint at
feast three Inspectors to superintend said election, whose
<hrty it shall'be to receive and count the votes and report
the resalt to the Association, and the credentials shall be
rigned by the President, Secretary of the several Associ
ations, and bv the Inspectors of said election
The Polls shall be open from half past 7 to 9 o’clock.
The Delegates elected to the Union Central (Committee
•bail meet at Headquarters, corner of Broadway and
Twenty third sL. on the first Thursday in January, 1864, at
o'clock, and the Dt legates elected to the Young Men’s
<Xntral Committee shall meet at the same place, on-the
second Thursday in Januaay. 1864, at 7>a o’clock. It shall
‘be the duty of the Chairman of the Committees of 1863 to
♦all the Delegates elect for 1864 to order for the purpose of
organization? WM. A DARLING, President.
A. M. Falmi.n. i iu>f»rptarles.
John J. Shaw, s
Nineteenth Ward. -A meeting' of the
Nineteenth Ward Union Association, will be held at Head
Quarters, Dlngledein’s. 3d Avenue, between 59th and 60th
streets, on Friday evening, Dec., 11th 1863, at 7>£ o’clock,
for the purpose of electing Officers of the Association for
the ensuing year, and delegates to the various Committes
tn accordance with the calf of the Central Committee.
Coopek, <• Secretaries. WM. 11. DE CAMP,
tow T. Frost, 5 »ecreraries. President
Beware the lonh-Eastcr.—Browne’s
METALLIC WEATHER STRIPS AND WINDOW BANDS
totally -exclude Wind, Rain, SnoW and Dust from the crev
ices of doors and windows, without interfering with- the
free use of the same for ventilating purposes. They save
one-half the fuel, stop the rattling of the sashes, and are
deadeners of sound from the street or otherwise. For cir
culars, with references to thousands of our most respecta
ble citizens. address THE PATENT METALLIC WEATH
ER STRIP COMPANY, No. 644 Broadway, corner Bleecker
•treet, over the Manhattan Barings Bank. Local agents
wanted everywhere.
B. 8. & «. w. Dunham,
WINES, BRANDIES, CIGARS, Ac.
FAMILY STORE:
NO. 744 BROADWAY,
Vomer of Aster Place, New York.
SAMPLE ROOMS CONNECTED.
W a. s. inetß,
PF.AJ.F.RIJI
HAVANA SEGARS,
WINES, LIQUORS, Ac.,
Morth-East corner of Broadway and 13th street,
OVAL LACK’S THEATRE,)
New York.
If Ton Want to Know
Man and Woman inside and out, what the sexes are made
of, and how drawn together, the causes of disease and of
matrimonial and social wretchedness, read revised and
enlarged edition of
•• MEDICAL COMMON SENSE,”
A curious book for curious people, and a good book for
every one. Price $2. Contents tables mailed free to every
applicant. Address
DR. E. B. FOOFE,
*tg“ Oh, how can hair be grown
On the bald and barren head ?
’Twere vain the v arsons drugs to use,
Of sulphur made and lead.
But Io I relief appears,
In Kkxdall’s Ambolinh,
From Roots and Herbs Its virtues come,
- At your druggists it is seen.
KENDALL’S AMBOLINE is a purely vegetable com
pound, extracted from Roots, Flowers and Herbs It has
been used in thousands of cases when the hair was coming
•ut in fiandfulls, and has never failed to arrest its decay
«»d promote a healthy and vigorous growth.
It prevents the hair from turning prematurely gray,
eradicates dandruff, and cures all diseases of the scalp.
Miss Fanny Sefton, the beautiful and talented actress,
lays: “I have used Kendall’s Amboline for my hair, and
find it a very superior article. I have no hesitation in
advising every lady who'desires an elegant head of hair
to use it
Mrs. Geo. T. Morgan, of Brooklyn, says: “ I have been
using the Ambo line for about four weeks, and during that
Mme mv hair has increased in length 3 1-2 inches.
KENDALL’S AMBOLINE is put up in boxes containing
tw bottles. Price sl. For sale by all druggists.
KENDALL & CO.,
506 Broadway.
Jt®” 1 Consumpthm.—Dr. O’Toole prepares
wedieinee for the CURE OF CONSUMPTION, which have
•cred over five hundred persons residing in the City of
New York, of this heretofore incurable disease. This is
no exaggeration. The secret of DR. O’TOOLE’s success in
curing Consumpi ion lies in the fact that his medicines re
move the corrupt phlegm or matter from the lungs, and
afterward heal those parts which have suffered from ui
•eration or tubercles By this means the COUGH, PAINS
IM TEE CHEST, tickling in the throat and other symp
toms of Consumption are removed, and the sufferer soon
regains his usual strength and vigor.
Mr. William Cullen, residing at No. 240 West Forty-third
Mreet, says: “ I suffered with Consumption for three years.
When I consulted Dr. O’Toole, I was confined to bed; my
®eW and friends had given up all hopes of my recovery. I
began to feel better after using his medicines the first‘day.
I continued their use for two months, by which time I was
restored to perfect health.”
Mr. James Kernan, residing at No. 36 Essex street, says:
*l l offered with a distressing cough, dizziness of the head,
and diin er symptoms of Consumption, to such an extent
at I was considered incurable. My breathing became
M short that I was supported by pillows at night, fearing
I should be smothered if I laydown. When I consulted
Dr. O’Toole. I had used every medicine known to be pre
scribed for the disease, but found no relief. I commenced
using his medicine, and went according to his directions
Jbr six weeks, by the end of which time I was perfectly
cured. This was in 1861, and I have enjoyed good health
♦ver since.”
Mr. John Denny, w agon manufacturer, residing at No.
*6 East Eleventh street, says : “ I suffered for four years
with a most distressing cough and shortness of breathing,
and was unable to attend to business. I used Dr. O’Toole’s
■nedit'ines for three months; they cured me; I enjoy
good heath.”
These medicines cured
Mr. John Eagan, residing at No. 67 Chariton street, of
Consumption ot two years standing.
Mr, Mathias Eck, No. 547 Fourth street, was cured in six
weeks.
Mr. Patrick-Langan, No. 160 West Thirty-sixth street,
was cured in two months.
There is scarcely a street or avenue in the city where
•here do not reside patients who have been cured of Con
ramption by these medicines. All who suffer with
t’OUGH. P>'INS IN THE CHEST, SPITTING OF BLOOD,
SHORTNESS OF BREATHING, or other symptoms of
Consumption, should use them.
DR. M. C. O’TOOLE, Consumptive Phvsician.
No. 85 THIRD AVENUE,
Between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, New York. ,
Fat tents residing in the, country, and consulting bv let
ter, shenld be particular in describing their symptoms,
Age, and length of time suffering. On receipt of $5,1 w’ill
•end a supply of my preparations, by express, to any part
©f the United States or Canada. All letters registered may
be sent at iny risk. DR. M. G. O’TOOLE.
M?" Eureka I Eureka !—A Fine, Dark,
GLGBSY BEAD OF HAIR, no matter how gray previous
ly. may be obtained without dyeing, bv using
a BAUCHFAU6B’ EUREKA HAIR INVIGORATOR.
Price $1 a bottle ; $9 a dozen. The public are invited to
•Be certificates at the manufacturer’s depot.
No. 52 CHATHAM STREET.
Catarrh, Deafness, Diseases of the
Mye, Ear, and Throat, treated by Dr. ROWE, 49 Concord
street Brooklyn. Ofllee hours from 10 AM. to 41*. M.
IPremMr. Thomas S. Day, of Brooklyn.]
No. 223 Pearl Street. Brooklyn, N. Y.,)
September 13. 1863. (
Toy the benefit of those similarly afflicted, I make the
following statement:—For ten years my daughter was af
flicted with catarrh, which gradually grew worse, until
fl had so impaired her health that we telt convinced she
most die The discharge from the head and throat was
incessant, frequently accompanied by blood. After hav
ing tried every one and everything in vain, as a last re
port I ealled on Dr. Rowe, under whose care she has been
entirely cured and restored to the enjoyment of excellent
At allh.
THOMAS 8. DAY.
Beware of the Worth Easter.
BRO W N E ’ S
METALLIC WEATHER
STRIPS
AND WINDOW BANDS.
totally exclude wind, rain, snow and dust, from the crev
ices oi’ doors and windows, without interfering with the
free use of the same for ventilating purposes. Thev
SAVE ONE HALF THE FUEL,
STOP THE RATTLING OF THE SASHES,
and are deadeners of sound from the street or otherwise.
For circular, with references to thousands of our most re
pectable citizens address
PATENT METALLIC WEATHER STRIP CO.,
No. 644 Broadway, cor. of Bleecker street,
Over the Manhattan Savings Bank.
Sfel* Medical aud Electropathlc Institute.
—DBS. BABCOCK A TOBIN respectfully call the atten
tion of invalids to their new’ and successful Treatment of
the most obstinate forms of Chronic and Nervous Disease,
by the scientific use of Voltaid and continuous currents or
Electricity, Sulphur Baths, and concentrated remedies.
Dr. TOBIN has used this form of Electricity in his prac
tice for the last seven years, and has cured numerous
•ases of Paralysis, Epilepsy, Catarrh, Consumption,
Kidney and Liver Disease. Dyspepsia, Constipation,
Nervous Debility, Ac., and in all Female Complaints
tails to give entire satisfaction. Dr. BABCOCK
has paid special attention to Concer, Scrofula and Ttf
saors, for the last fifteen years, during which time he lias
removed hundreds of cancers with great success, and
without the use of the knife, specimens of which can be
•ecu at our institute.
N. BABCOCK, M. D.,
C. TOBIN, M. D..
No. 27 BOND STREET.
Dur Letter A Family Sewing Maehlne,
wMh all the new’ improvements, is the best, and cheapest
wnd most beautiful Sewing Machine in the world. No ’
other Sewing Machine has so much capacity for a great
range of work, including the delicate and ingenious pro
oeseefl of Hemming, Braiding, Binding, Embroidering,
Yelling. Tueking, Cording, Gathering, Ac., Ac.
The Branch Offices are' well, supplied with silk twist,
thread, needles, oil. Ac., of the very best quality.
Send for a Pamphlet
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
No. 458 Broadway, New York.
4®- Manhood and the Vigor of ¥onth Re
oahved in three days by Dr. POWERS’ ESSENCE OF
IffFE.—This wonderful agent restores manhood to tho
most shattered constitntion, radically curing Seminal
Weakness, Sexual Debility, and impediments to marriage
Spenerally; Nervousness, Mental and Physical. Incapacity,
•esuliißg from self abuse, Ac. The time required to core
tite most inveterate case is one week. Failure is impossi-
Mb. This life-restoring remedy should be taken by all
aboat to marry, as its effects are permanent Young man,
«re yoo subject to that soul and body destroying disease,
secret La bits? Dr. POWERS’ Invigorating Essence is a
rtever failing cure. Sold by WALTER POWERS, M. D.,
No. fid Lispenard street, between Broadway and Church
street New York.
t&" Now Ready—An Authentic Key to the
T’/OOR OF FBEEMASONRY, calculated not only for the 1
Srsjtructloß of every new made Mason, but also for the In
formation of ail who intend to become brethren, Price
>1 bonne in cIoUX Mailed free of postage on receipt of
Jirit®. « CHAS. 8. ATWOOD,
No. 34 Ann street, New York.
and gmwing.
gECOND ANNUAL BE-VNIOjN
NOJIMAL LODGE, No. 823, F. and A. M.
GRAND MASONIC BALL
in in or
THE WIDOWS’ AND GUPHANS’ FUND
OT
formal Lodge, No. 523, F. & A.
Ml
IRVING HA BL,
ON
WEDNESDAY EVENING, DEC. 16, 1863.
DANCING TO COMMENCE AT 9 O’CLOCK.
Baste by Dodworth-H Celebrated
The Committee of Arrangements feel authorised in
making the positive assertion that this, the
SECOND ANNUAL RE UNION OF NORMAL LODGE,
will be the roost of the season.
The members of Normal Lodge will appear ta regalia;
and itr is earnestly hoped that the Fraternity at large wifi
eo-operate with them, and also appear in regalia.
TICKETS, admitting a Gentleman and Ladies, TWO
DOLLARS, and can be obtained of any of the following
Committee, via:
R. W. GEO. H. RAYMOND,
WM. A. KELSEY, CHAS. M’NEILL,
COR. M. SULLIV AN, AMOR J. WILLIAMSON,
JACOB SHIPSEY, WM. BUCKLEY,
E. R. CHAPMAN, JOHN WILDEY,
JOHN GRIFFIN, JOHN DALEY,.
WM. BURNS, M. C. FORDHAM,
HENRY E. KELSEY, ANDERSON McDEVTTT,
DAVID KEENE, HENRY D. STOVER,
HENRY C. MALIuETT, WM. B. COGSWELL,
THOS. W. COWDIN, JOHN N. JONHS,
EDW. S. LARNED, JOHN HOWARD WOOD,
WM. F. COSTENBADER, RICHARD G. WHITE,
BLLLINI BUCK, CHAS. EARLE,
RICHARD DUNN, JOHN W. BROWN,
SAM’L P. WHITE, HARDING WESTON,
WM. R. BABCOCK, JAS. A. GILBERT,
WM. EATON, AINSWORTH BROWN,
GEO. W. HILL, JOHN S. LENG,
EDW. A. FREEMAN, JOHN KENNEDY,
E. C. ANDREWS, AUG. C. VAN ARSDATJS,
• JAS. H. HAMBLET, GEO. 8. BMINCK,
WM. H. .SHAW, WM. 8. GUERINEAU,
L. W. OGDEN, M. D., WM. H, ARCHER,
WM. n. LOUNSBERY, ISAAC M. LEWIS,
N. ESPENSCHEID, F. 11. DOVELL,
WM. N. DICKINSON, FRANCIS E. ELDRIDGE,
LORENZO BEAGLE, JOHN REARDON,
DAVID H. OAKS, WM. H. STOCKING,
GB4). B. BRIGGS, ROBT. S. DUNHAM.
R. BURNETT SMITH, B. F. HOWARD.
CHARLES H. YALLALEE,
BERMAN F. BAUER, Chairman,
Secretary.
rjpaiKJD ANNUAL BE UNION
IN AID OF THE SS
CHARITY FUND
OF
EXCELSIOR LODGE, Wo. 105, F. and A. M.,
IRVING HALL, FEBRUARY, 3n, 1864.
MUSIC BY WALLACE’S BAND.—TICKETS, $2 01
Members of the fraternity are respectfully reminded of
the above Masonic Reunion. Its object being for the re
lief and support of distressed Masons, their Widows and
Orphans, it has a double claim to their known liberality.
JOHN MADDEN, )
8. APOLANT,
GUARD BALL,
ACADEMY OF MUSK?,
TGURfiDAY EVENING, JANUARY 14th, 1864. "
TICKETS THREE DOLLARS,
For sale at all Music Stores and Hotels.
XHE ANNUAL BALL OF THE NEW
YORK HAT FINISHER’S TRADE ABSOCI- «O
3N will be held at IRVING HALL,
ON THURSDAY EVENING, Dec. 10th, 1863.
Tickets, sl. To be had of the Committee, or
the door on the evening of the Ball. Joseph Fox. Ch’m.
JOHN W. SUMNER, Prest. W. D. Spinning, gee-
THE 35TH ANNUAL BALL OF THE
NEWIYORK FIRE DEPARTMENT, for the
BENEFIT of the WIDOWS and ORPHANS of DE
CEASED FIREMEN, will take place on MONDAY
EVENING, JANUARY 25th, 1864, at the Ofc
ACADEMY -OF MUBIC.
Tickets may be procured of the Managers, or of the fol
lowing officers :
C. GODFREY GUNTHER. President,
No. 46 Maiden Lane,
JAS. F. WENMAN, Secretary,
No 146 Pearl street
ALBERT J. DELATOUR, Treasurer,
No, Wall street
The thirty - second annual
BALL OF THE
THISTLE BENEVOLENT AbSOCIATION
Will take place in the
CITY ASSEMBLY ROOMS.
ON THURSDAY EVENING, DEC. 10th, 1863.
The managers, in soliciting the patronage of the Saottbn
Societies in the city and vicinity, and the public in gene
ral. beg most respectfully to state that they w’ill spare no
effort to make the 32d Annual Ball of the Association one
of the best of the season.
MUSIC BY ROBERTSON’S CELEBRATED BAND,
And MR. CLELAND. Die famous Highland Piper.
Floor Manager, Prof. J. A. Macpherson. Tickets,
J LEONARD’S DANCING ACADEMY,
• Corner of 69th street and 3d avenue. pa
DAYS OF TUlTlON—Wednesdays and Satur
days : 3 P. M. for Misses and Masters, 7 for Ladies,
ana 8 for Gentlemen.
The NEXT ASSEMBLIES will take place Monday, No
vember 23. and December 21.
ROOKLYN DANCING ACADEMY.
C, H. RIVERS’ ft*
PRIVATE DANCING ACADEMY, tt©
No. 33 SCHERMERHORN STREET, CORNER OF?pA
COURT STREET. Ofc
All the fashionable dances are taught in one cou™T7f
lessons.
The rooms, having been enlarged and newly fitted-up,
are complete in every respect.
Located in the most select neighborhood of Brooklyn,
retired but central, being but a short distance from the
City Mall.
SOIREES for the pupils, their parents and friends.
SEND FOR A CIRCULAR.
piITY ASSEMBLY ROOMS, No. 446
BROADWAY.—This establishment, haring
been entirely renovated and put in the very best ££o
possible condition, is now offered to the public on
the most reasonable terms. The attention of Com-fdta
mittees haring in charge
DINNERS, RECEPTIONS, COLLATIONS, CONCERTS,
BALLS, and PUBLIC MEETINGS,
is respectfully solicited. The best and most satisfactory
accommodations guaranteed.
GEORGE W. VESEY, Superintendent.
A POLLO, No. 410 BROADWAY.—The
ucjk Advertiser is prepared to make arrangements
for Balls, Concerts, Suppers, Ac., for the ensuing sea- a©
son. Committees making engagements dealt with on /TA
favorable terms by making early application. LidjSi
GEORGE ALKErT
A. M. BININGER & Co.
ESTABLISHED 1778.
IMPORTERS OF
WINES, BRANDIES. &c.,
'NO. 375 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK.
ODEBN HOBSE SHOEING
ESTABLISHMENT.
ADJOINING THE METROPOLITAN STABLES,
NO. 94 CROSBY STREET,
KBW YORK.
DR. WM, P. SHELDON,
IATF. OF THIRD AVENUE HORSE R. R. COMPANY,
Having secured “ a right” from the Goodenough Horse
Shoe Manufacturing Company. No. 1 Dey street, to use
’ this improved Horse Shoe, begs to state to all who va’ue
the comfort of that noble animal the horse, that having
snperir tended the shoeing of some two thousand hordes
with this shoe-replacing bar and round shoes, speak with
crmfide-nct; as to the great and invaluable benefit of this
shoe.
Horses cannot fall on Broadway shod with this shoe, as
hundreds can testify—it is a perfect road shoe, preventing
interfering,overreaching—a positive cure for weakfknee*,
tender or bruised heels, thrush sand or quarter crooks,
keeping the foot sonud and healthy—lasting much longer,
costing no more.
A fair trial, and no charge If not satisfactory. Any quan
tity of certificates can be seen at the office.
Sound tooted horses shod with these shoes will remain
sound.
JjjT E W YOB K DE POT
for the sale
INTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS.
The undersigned is now prepared to furnfsh every des
cription of
U. S. REVENUE STAMPS,
1« quantities to suit the wants of the public.
Open daily from 8 a. m., to 6 p. m.
CHARLES W. BAKER,
No. 29 Beekman st.,
bet. Nassau and William
New
OHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR’S.
PRESENTS!
1
CASHMERE AND INDIA CAMELS’ HAIR SHAWLS, I
BILK AND VELVET ‘
BILKS, SATINS,
ANTIQUES,
RICH LACE BETS,
HANDKERCHIEFS,
CAPES, POINTS,
EMBROIDERIES,
MERINOES,
t EMPRESS 43J0THS,
POPLINS,
CRAVAT'S, TTBB, SCARFS, GLOVES,
AN®
AN ELEGANT VARIETY
Cv
THE LATEST PARIS NOVELTIES,
IN ILLUSION AND TARLATAN BALL AND PARTY
DREBBES,
AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & Co.,
CANAL, comer of MERCER ST.
TTOLIUAY GIFTS.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & Co.
jfe now offering a large variety ef
ALPACCAS, COBURGS, CHALLIEB,
PLAID , F GLISH MERINOES AND DELAINES,
IN DRESS PATTERNS SUITABLE FOR
HOLIDAY PRESENTS,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
CANAL, corner MERCER STREET.
CONSTABLE & CO.
! Have on hand a complete assortment cl
SHAKER AND ENGLISH FLANNELS,
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED CANTON DO.
COTTON SHIRTINGS
AND SHEETINGS,
BLANKETS AND QUILTS.
(In all stees).
Together with an extensive and well assorted stock of
LINENS, WHITE GOODS,
AND HOUSEKEEPING GOODS
! In general, purchased previoos to the recent advanced
prices, and will be sold
LESS THAN PRESENT MARKET VALUE*
CANAL, cor. MERCER ST.
JJOLTDAY PRESENTS.
STRANG & ADRIANCE,
No. 3M BROADWAY,,
BETWEEN LEONARD and FRANKLIN STREETS, I
WILL- OFFER ON MONDAY, DEC. 7,
AT RETAIL,
3,0C0 DRESSES for HOLIDAY PRESENTS ATA
GREAT REDUCTION FROM FORMER PRICES,
CONSISTING OF
PRINTED DELAINES, .
FRENCH and AMERICAN PRINTS,
POPLINS, BLAIN and BROCHE VELOURS,
ALPACAS, VALENCIAS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, FRENCH
MERINOS.
AND A GREAT VARIETY OF
NEW DRESS FABRICS.
These goods will be put up in DRESS PATTERNS, and
the PRICE marked in plain figures on each dress, and
placed on separate counters for convenience of cusioooera.
ALSO,
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, SILKS, EMBROIDERIES, and J
HOSIERY, together with a great variety of other RICH
GOODS at low PRICES.
Jg R O A D W A yT
CLOAK EMPORIUM,
NO. 747 BROADWAY,
(-Opposite Astor Place J
CLOAKS.
CLOAKS TOR THE HOLIDAYS.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
AB wool, Diagonal’ Velvet, Beaver Cloaks, $lO, sl2, sl4.
CROSBY <fc McDAN4E>LB.
QLOAKSJ CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
Jta addition to present large assortment, we will open
several "NEW DESIGNS,”, jnst received per redfcjat
steamer.
AND INTENDED "SPECIALLY” FOR THE
"APPROACHING HOLIDAY SEASON.”
Also, our usual stock of
WATERPROOF CAOAKB, at $6, $7, and $&
UNION BEAVER CLOTH CLOAKS, at $7 50, to $lO.
ENGLISH BEAVER CLOTH CLOAKS, $9 25, to sl2 60. j
CASTOR BEAVER CLOAKS,’ at $lO 50 to sl4.
FRENCH BEAVER CLOTH CLOAKS, at sl3 Mto $2& !
DOESKIN BEAVER CLOAKS, at sls, to $22.
VELVET PLUSH CLOAKS, at $8 76 to sll.
VELVET BEAVER CLOAKS, at $lO 20, to sls.
Also,
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES’ CLOAEB
In great variety.
■ W. K. PEYTON,
IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER.
No. 274 BOWERY, near Houston street
Shawls^ -
BHAWLS,
SHAWLS,
GREAT SHAWL STORE,
No. 332 BOWERY, corner of Bond street.
GREATEST BARGAINS
EVER OFFERED IN THE CITY,
FROM AUCTION.
2,500 ELEGANT »
SHAWLS,
EMBRACING EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY
IMPORTED,
At 25 per cent under usual prices.
Also—lCO EXTRA SUPER CHAINLAINE
BROCHE LONG SHAWLS,
At only $25 00 and £3O 00.
Very cheap at 535 00 and S4O 00.
Also-200 WOOL LONG SHAWLS styles).
Also—2so RICH SCOTCH WOOL SQUARE BHAWLS.
AIso—FRENCH SHAWLS of entire new designs aud extra
quality.
N. B.—Ladies in want of Dress Goods, Cloaks or Shawls,
can find the largest assortment in the city at
B, T. HARDYS,
CART AN, PLUNKETT to McCUL
LOUGH,
No 250 BOWERY,
No. 250 BOWERY,
No. 250 BOWERY,
WILL OFFER, ON MONDAY AND FOLLOWING DAYS,
A L ARGE AND ELEGANT AbSORTMENT OF FALL AND
WINTER DRESS GOODS, PURCHASE© FROM THE
AUCTION SALES OF THE PAST WEEK, MUCH BELOW
PRESENT PRICES
SHIRTING AND SHEETING MUSLINS, LESS THAN
MANUFACTURERS’ PRICES
Wb HAVE ALSO READY A SPLENDID ASSORT
MENT OF FAIL AND WINTER CLOAKS. AND ARE
ENABLED TO OFFER MANY NEW AND ATTRACTIVE
NOVELTIES IN THAT DEPARTMENT.
CARTAN, PLUNKETT & MCCULLOUGH,
CARTAN. PLUNKETT & Mci'UT.LOUGH,
No- 250 BOWERY.
OPPOSITE STANTON STREET.
PILOAKSI CLOAKB! CLOAKS!
260 BOWERY,
250 BOWERY.
WE HAVE NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION AN IM
MENSE STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER CLOAKS,
in all the NEW SHADES and CHOICEST STYLES of the
seasen.
We are offering GREAT BARGAINS in this DEPART
MENT.
HEAVY ENGLISH WATERPROOF CLOAKS,
from $6 50 to $lO.
CHILDREN’S CLOAKS in GREAT VARIETY AND
EVERY SIZE.
CARTAN, PLUNKETT & MeCULLOUGH,
No. 250 Bowery,
Opposite Btauten street
TTENTION IS INVITED To"oUR
FALL STOCK OF RICH BONNET and SASH
RIBBONS,
BONNET SILK? VELVETS, STRAW GOODS, FINE
FRENCH FLOWERS AND FEATHERS.
MILLINERY BONNETS AND FLAT’S.
All of new and choice colors and designs.
VELVET RIBBONS,
Best quality, all widths and colors
FINE EMBROIDERIES, LACES, VAILS, Jlc.
Worsted Knit articles. Son tag®, Scarfs, Gloves, Ac. Cor
sets and Skirts, Braids, Bindings, Buttons, Gimps and Or
naments.
TRIMMING RIBBONS.
J. BLUXOMK
No. 1117 BROADWAY.
[Opposite Worth Monument.] Cor. 25th mm
GOOD&
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
TABLE DAMASKS, LINENS,
SHIRTING AND SHEETING MUSLINS.
TOWELS, NAPKINS, CRASHES,
CLOTHS and CaSSIMEKES FOR BOYS’ WKaR‘
PRINTS AND GINGHAMS.
Our stock of the above goods Is very large, and being
purchased early in the season, is muon under the present
market ralue.
W. K. FEYTON,
No. 274 Bowery.
LOAKS,
' CLOAKS,
CLOAKS. ,
B. T. HARDY,
*32 BOWERY, corner of Bo&d street,
WILL orrsi’ this wrbh
1,500 ELEGANT
CLOTH CLOAKS,
AT UNHEARD OF LOW PRICES.
300 BEAVER CLOTH CLOAKS, $7 00 to $8 00.
250 ENGLISH BEAVER CLOAKS, $8 50 to $lO 00.
300 SUPER CASTOR BEAVER CLOAKS, $lO 50 to sl2 50.
200 EXTRA FRENCH CLOTH CLOAKS. sl4 00 to sl7
150 VERY ELEGANT FRENCH DOESKIN. CABFCR
BEAVER AND TRICO CLOTH CLOAKS,
S2O 00 to S3O 00, worth S3O 00 and S4O 00.
AUBO.
300 LION SKIN, GRAY BEAVER
AND PLUSH CLOAKS,
AT GREAT BARGAINS
LADIES IN WANT OF ELEGANT CLOAKS AT LOW
PRICES CAN FIND THEM
At EARDY&
I gttj
;
CLOTHS,
f P'foin and Fancy Beavers, t»nd Wooten Goode
! ef every fc’uii for Ladiet : and Gentjemen’a wear,
>T RETAIL,
LORD & TAYLOR,
Nea. 461 to -»C7 BROADWAY,
Noa 255 to 261 GRAND ST.,
>OB. 47 and 49 CATHARINE ST.
JJOUSE-FURN.ISHING GOODS.
] LINENS, BLANKETS, COUNTERPAN- SHEETINGS
LACE CURTAINS, CORNICE . A?.,
AT RETAIL.
LORD & TAYLi
Nob. 46i to 467 BROADWAY,
Nob. 265 to 261 GRAND STREET,
Noe. 47 and 49 CATHARINE ST.
JpASHION ABLE k OLOAKB & SHAWLS
great variety, at Retail. -
LORD & TAYLOR,
J**. 461 to 467 BROADWAY.
N<«. 255 to 261 GRAND ST.
Nob. 47 AMI CATHARINE W.
JgLEG ANT PARIS DRESS SILKS.
MGIRE AFTHQUES, RICH PLAIN, FLAID and FAN
UY BILKB. Alec, jest reeeired, per Bteareere, a fine w-
Mirtnuot of EVENING, DINNER and CARRIAGE BILKB
—very thotee,
AT RETAIL
LORD & TAYLOR,
461 to 467 BROADWAY,
Wee 255 to 261 GRAND STREET,
Xlob. 47 a»t 49 CATHARINE 87.
JJRESB GOODS AT REDUCES PRICES.
A large assortment at Retail, Including noveltioe re
ceived per recent Btcaxaerg.
LORD dfc TAYLOR,
iW 461 to 457 BROADWAY.
Mbs. 25510 261 GRAND STREET,
Roa 47 and 49 CATHARINE CT.
GOODS AT RETAIL. :
BLACK 81LK8, MBRINOB, REPB, ALPACAS, BOiJ- ’
EAZINEB, SHAWLS, CLOAKS, CREPES, VAILS,
At., Ac. Also, White Goods of every kind,!
LORD & TAYLOR,
Noa 461 to 467 BROADWAY,
Mob. 255 to 261 GRAND CTREBIT,
Nofl. 47 and 40 CATHARINE ST.
1. ADIBB’ AND CHILDREN’S FURNISH-
G ; DEPARTMENT—ROBES DE CHAMBRE and
■ BREAKFAST ROEEH. Ateo, Ladlefi’, Manes’ and Chil
dren’B Undeiganaente, ready made or madc”io order.
Special attention is requested io this Department, at store
Nob. 461 to 467 BROADWAY.
■ LORD & TAYLOR.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
LAITIST CTYLEB, JUST RECEIVED,
AT RETAIK
LORD & TAYLOR.
NOB. 461 to 467 BROADWAY,
Nob. 265 to 261 GRAND STREET.
Nos. 47 and 49 CATHARINE ST.
PRE A T STO OK O~F
DRESS GOODS,
AT HARDY’S,
No. 332 Bewery, Center Bnnfi street
GREAT STOCK OP
FRENCH MERINOS.
AT HARDY’S.
GREAT STOCK OF
BLACK SILKE,
AT HARDY’S.
GREAT STOCK OF
Otten an Cloths. Poplins, Empress Cloths. Cashmeres,
Wool De Lainee. Alpacas, Bombazines, Canton
Clothe, French Reps, a&ci Dress Goods
ol Choice New Designs,
AT HARDY’S.
GREAT STOCK OF
MOURNING GOODS,
AT HARDY’S.
GREAT STOCK OF
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS,
AT HARDY’S.
GREAT STOCK OF
LADIES’ CLOAKINGS,
CLOT US FOR MEN and BOY’S WEAR,
WOOL UNDER VESTS AND DRAWEES,
AT HARDY'ft.
GRKhT STOCK OF
BLANKETS, QUILTS, COTTON GOODS, Aa,
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST,
At E. T. BALDY’S,
. .No. 332 BOWERY.
French flannel :
TRAVELING SHIRTS.
DRESS SHIRTS MADE TO MRAfRTRES,
A perfect fit, of auperior materials and workißannfilp,
S3O and $36 per dozen.
UST BOBOMH. COLLARS, and WRISTBANDS,
for Shirt Making, at >
JAM E 8 PARHISH’fi
GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING EST'ABIJKBMENT,
No. 323 Canal ST., near Greene st, N. Y. !
TWENTY YEA.KS.
HIRAM ANDERSON,
ww
B O W_E R Y.
ELEGANT FALL CARPETS.
From Crossley A Sons.
ENGLISH MEDALLION CARPETS,
With Borders.
CHURCH CARPETS, ROYAL VELVBTB.
1 OFFICE CARPETS.
FRAME ENGLISH BRUSSELS,
ENGLISH VELVETS,
CROSSLEY’S BRUSSELS,
©AJBASK AND TILB,
FLOOR OIL-GLOTHB,
An Elegant Aitiste.
'’HIRAM ANDERSON,
No. 99 BOWERY.
LOWELL THREE-PLY and INGRAIN CaRFETB,
At Lew Prices!
20,600 YARDS INGRAIN CARPETINGS,
ss. and 4s per Yard.
RUGS, MATS,:MATING, WINDOW SHADES, TABLE :
and PIANO COVERS, at Low Prices.
Bayers of English Carpeting and other goods «dll flod it
to their interest to examins the enormous Stock displayed
tax
YEN SPACIOUS SALES ROOMS.
UPHOLSTERY EXECUTED BY EXPERIENCED
WORKMEN.
HOTELS, SHIPS, OFFICER CHURCHES,
. and
PUBLIC BUILDINGS FURNISHED
at the enoricßt notice.
HIRAM ANDERSON,
'No. W BOWBHY.
PERKIKS & BROTHER,
WHOX.£BAi.E ANO RETAIL D£ALB&g JJK
CARPETING,
C2L CIiOIHS, MATTING,
STAIR RODS.
WINDOW SHADES, Ao.,
Ne. 9i BOWERY, NEAR HESTER ST.,
Njkw Y ork.
IL F. PERKINS,
J. P. PERKINS.
ay J Wjp Un V
3,000 DOZ. PURE ROMA.N SCARFS,
Made from the Purest and Softest bilk.
These are the most fashionable, elegant and economical
Scarfs ever imported, as they are reversible; one Scarf is !
as good as two.’
They are much worn in Europe by both jadies anc gen
tlemen. Can be worn with either pin or ring
The whole lot will be retailed at
WHOLESALE PRICES.
1,000 dozen at $l6O each. 2 000 at $2 each. AMr.gle i
Scarf sent by mail on receipt of the above amount and six
rente for postage. 8. W. H. W HD.
No. 387 Broadway, New York. •
„ ENAMELED WHITE,
Having the appearance and comfort of linen, have beee
worn in England tor the last two years, in preference to
any other collar, «s they are readily cleaned in one min
ute with the sponge
To military men and travelers they are invaluable.
Price $1 each ; sent by post to any part oi toe Union on
receipt oi $1 15.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
AGENTS WANTED in every Tow n io the Union.
K W. H. WARD, Sole Agent for U.S., No. 387 B’way, N. Y
The largest assortment in New York, $2 75,3,3 76 each,
ah cut one yard long.
A single Shirt sent by mail on receipt of the coet The
cost of poetage must be enclosed—63 cents for each 6hirt.
Send the siae of your neck.
ENGIJBH MERINO UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
$2, $2 25 and $2 50
SCOTCH LAMBS’ WOOL UNDERSHIRTS AND
DRAWERS,
AT/X),
FINE WHITE SHIRTS
MADE TO MEASURE AT $24, S3O. $36 AND $42 PER
DOZEN.
SELF MEASUREMENT FOR SHIRTB.
Printed directions for self-measurement, list of prices,
and drawings of different styles of shirts and collars, sent
free everywhere.
8. W. H. WARD, from London,
>C. 387 Bl’OlMlww, Ne> YdJTI.
sry
I SIDON ABLE DRESS GOODS—
CIBEJ.T SBPWWI JN TTUWS.
NOW OPEN,
A EABOE STOCK O’
J-ASHIOnIbLE GOODS.
tTOCB MERINOS, JALPACOAH.
EMI-BEBBCLOTH& t BLACK »i*l COLORED,
BBOCHE OTTOMANS. • PLAIN POPLINS.
STRIPED EI’INGLINKS, r lOLKED POPUNS. I
VELOURS BBOCBE. | WOOL PLAIDS.
ALSO. FROM ABCTION,
A LARGE STOCK 01 LOW-PRICED DRESS GOODS,
PROM 26e. a Yard and upward.
Also,
M CORNING DRESS -GOODS, NEW STYLES.
W. K. PEYTON, No. 274 Bowery.
B4XMORAL SHIRTS. BALMORAL SKIRTS.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
ALL THE NEWEST STYLES IN THE MARKET
OF
BRITISH, TRENCH, and SAXONY MANUFACTURE.
A JLSO,
MISSES’ and CHILDREN’S BALMORALS.
Ladies will find & magnificent aeaortmertt to ©elect
from at
W. K. PEYTON, No. 274 Bowery,
Near Ifouetvn rtreet
A’“ THE METROPOLITAN CLOAK
ROOMS,
No. 495 BROADWAY,
Entrance through Grover A Bahv»‘s Salesrooms.
LADIES ABE 'BESTECTFuLIY INVITED TO CALL
AND EXAMINE.
GREAT BARGAINS IN CLOAKS.
■>ia«k- a r Hi Brown'FifcAh' Olrsniars'and Baek"
from,sl2 to $25
Otiored and Black Beaver..sls to s2s.
FINE VELVET AND PUR BEAVERS.
1 LYONS VELVET BASQUES AND CIRCULARS.
Also-JELEGAKT FANCY~COLORED CLOTHS.
•HENRY MOORE, Agent
!. ip ALA TIMES AT MACY’S I! 2
! \TT HOLIDAY GOODS AT MACY’S!! I
Wt have imported a large stock of
I HOLIDAY FANCY GOODS,
DESIGNED SPECIALLY FOB THE
OCCASION.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
i yen will »ow find en exhibition at
i MACY'S,
• A FULL. STOCK OF ELEGANT
HOLIDAY GOODS,
BtiUble for rresente :o
LADIES,
GENTLEMEX,
K3BSES,
LADS,
AND CHILDREN OF ALL AGES.
THIS STOCK OF FANCY HOLIDAY GOODS,
IN ADDITION
TO OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF
LACE GOODS,
NEEDLEWORK GOODS.
EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS.
• PLAIN AND HEMSTITCH
RIBBONS,
SCARFS,
YANKEE NOTIONS,
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR,
WETTE GOODS,
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS,
FRENCH FLOWERS,
And our full and complete ttock of BEST QUALITY- i
FRENCH KID GLOVEri, in all the desirable shades,pre- i
gents a variety of goods t»» «e)ent from for the Holidays
UNEQUALED IN THE CITS.
N- B.—Now opening, in addition,
1,000 DOZENS WHITE AND PARTICOLORED KID
GI OVES. BEST QUALITY, FRESH GOODS. DESIGNED
SPECIALLY FOR THE COMING HOLIDAY SE ASON.
R. H. MACY,
N« 204 AND 206 SIXTH AVENUE,
2 DOORS BELOW 14th ST.
Family mourning.—
FALL IMPORTATIONS.
W. JACKSON, No. 651 Broadway, has now ready for 1b-
S action a very large and most desirable stock of ENQ
ISII AND FRENCH BOMBAZINE?, MERINOES, DE
LAINES, EMPRESS CLOTH, EUGENIE CLOTH, TAMIBE
CLOTH AND HENRIETTA CLOTH. ALPACA, THIHET ;
CLOTH fey Shawls ENGLISH GRAPES, GRAPE VEILS,
BLACK SILKS in erery grade, with and without Inetre— ;
some extra ikh and wide for cloaks; FEULARD SILKS, ;
SECOND MOURNING SILKS; also, an immense variety
©f other goods, desirable for howe and traveling dresses.
N. B A very large and choice selection of Bennets.
Cloaks, Shawls, Veils, Ac., Ac. tongtantly on Land. Call
awl examine.
W. JACKSON, Importer of Mourning Geode,
No. 651 BROADWAy, between Spring and Prince ste.
ATTRASSES,
JjJL FEATHERS,
BEDDING. I
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN THE CITY.
WILLARD’S.
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. HUDSON STREET.
The tart and cheapest place to bay -Hair, Hunk. Moss
and Spring Mattresses, Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows ;
4»f every variety ; Comforters, Blankets, Quilts, Sheets, ;
Pillow Cases. Ateo, Bedsteads of all kinds, ( both wood and :
iron,) Cots, Ac. All goods sold at tills establishment
are warranted as represented. We do not sell an inferior I
ur poorly made article for a good one.
MAD. F, HOERSTEL, NO. 59 ELEECK
er street, informs the puQlc and her friends that ‘
she has just received a full assortment of Parisian ball
dresses and home ©uatuines, with cloaks and cornets;
also, materials for cloaks and dresses, and the latest trim
jneinga The entire assortment arrived try the last steam
er. Opening Tuesday, 20th October, 1863.
MADAME A. NOURBIT, No. 158
ATE BLEECKER STREET, has the honor of announc- ■
mg to her customer® and to the public that her opening of
Fall and Winter Bonnets will take place on THURSDAY,
Bth October. Her latest Paris importations can then be '
seen.j
AU. 1863.—N0. 637 BROADWAY—
• AN ENTIRE NEW BTOOK
OF FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY,
Nc-w Read?/ at the Lowest Gash Prices.
Also, a Large Assortment of
FELT AND BEAVER HATB,
1© which the ladies of New York and vicinity are invited
io < ai> and cdaximae, at
EIMMONB’ OLD STAND,
No. 637 BROADWAY.
William
ILLJARDS.
DUDLEY RAVAN AG B ,
Successor to Michael Phelan,
Desires ic inform the friends of Billiards m this cHy and
vicinity, that
EI P BILLIARD ROOMS,
LOCATED ON BROADWAY, (Nos. 736 and 788).
Cor. <->f Tenth st,
are hcw open
to the public.
He aasores his patrons that the former high reputation
of the establish men: will Lo sustained in a manner to de
tjerve the continued favor of its patrons and friends of the
presuit proprietor.
DUDLEY KAVANAGH.
DOWN TO~WN ROOMS,
No. 83 NASSAU STREET,
BY KAVANAGH*.BOYLE.
3 American Standard Billiard Tablee.
1 Carom Table.
1 Six- Peeke t TaHe. i
WILLIAM FREEMAN’S BILLIARD ■
ROOMS, No. 22 OOUBTLANDT BTREBT.—Six
Phelan's Best Manufactured Billiard Tables.
These excellent billiard room's, with good accommoda
tion. are located near the several railroad and steamboat
termini, and the traveling public will find it an agreeable
place to pass an hour or two witik waiting the departure
of the cars or steamer.
BRAISTED’S
BILLIARD BALL.
Noe. 14 and 16 FOURTH AVENUE,
(Near Cooper Union.)
PETER BRAISTED. Jr.,
Begs leave to inform his triends and the public that his
magnificent Hall, after undergoing thorough repairs, is
again reopened for the recreation and amusement of ama
teurs and billiard players generally. The Hail is airy,
1 commodious and comfortable, and contains
NINE TABLES OF PHELAN’S PATENT,
Including the NEW FOUR-POCKET STANDARD AMER.
ICAN T ABLES, for which Messrs. Phelan A Colicnder re
ceived the Premium at the Fair of the American Institute.
No saloon in the city is more frequented by first class
players and amateurs than this, and the proprietor flatters
himseif that, with superior accommodations and kindly
attention to all, be will continue tc merit the patronage
so liberally awarded him.
gTUYVESANT BILLIARD ROOMS.
So. 277 Third Avenue, New Yorfe,
NEAR TWENTY-THIRD STREET.
HAVANA SEC4ARS,
CEOICE6T BOTTLED LIQUORS, Ac.
I. CONOVER.
UNION SQAURE BILLIARD ROOMS,
Nos. «) and 6.2 EAST FOURTEENTH STREET,
Bet. Broadway and Fourth Avenue.
TWENTY TWO PHELAN’S MARBLE and SLATE BED
TABLES,
Making them the
HANDSOMEST AND MOST COMPLETE ROOMS
in the City.
CHRIS. O’CONNOR, Proprietor. •
4 T PHELAN & COLLENBER'S MATO
i JJL FACTORY, Nos 63, 65, 67 and &y CROSBY STREET
near Spring street, will be found a larger stocs of Billiard
Tables, Balls. Cues, and everything connected with Bib
fiards, than in any other establishment in the world. The
best materials are exclusively used and the workmanship
is of the most skillful character. Puichasers can rely on
getting perfect and reliable goods at this establishment.
Phelan’s celebrated Combination Cushions are manufac
tured and for sale only by PHELAN A COLLENDER,
who guarantee all Cushions and Tables eold bF them.
ESTABLISHED^Tn - 8~ ’ BY - PR OF.
JAMES J MAPES. ‘“The Working Farmer” for
October, will be issued September 26. This number is full
ef interesting matter for the Farm and the Household,
and shouM be in the hands of every farmer. New sdN
senbers for 1864 will receive the October, November mid
December Numbers tree of charge, bv subscribing imme
diately, making fifteen months for JI. Terms, $1 per
annum in advance; single copies 10 cents. Address
WM. L. ALLISON, Publisher,
No. 124 Nassau street, New York.
The soldier to his mother—
Babylon is fallen. I dreamed my boy was home
again, each 25c. Musician’s omnibus, 700 tunes tor flute
or violin, sl. “Union Collection” 50 duetts for violin
and piano. 50c Superior Italian and Silk Violin fctrlng-j,
25c., mailed. Musical Instruments repaired.
FREDERICK BLUME. No. 298 Bowery.
SPICY BOOKS!-OVID’S AMOROUS
WORKS COMPLETE. 68 cents. The KIESES OF
SECUNDUS AND BONNEFONS, with E PITH AL AMI UM
IN FULL. 68 cents DRYDEN 8 EXTRA POEMS-nct
found in the common editions of Drjden’s work*. 68 cte.
Viry neat rocket volumes, cloth gilt, with charming en
gravincs These prices include postage. Sent by mail,
carefully sealed from imnerfinent curiosity. CALVIN
BLANCSaBD, Publisher, No. 30 Ann gtreet, Few York.
gpiE IONA PREMIUM GRAPE VINE!
The Bona, a seed Ting brooght out a»b iumbd by Dr. C.
W. Ghzxt, orloxA Island, njbar Prekshill, N. Y., is a
native variety ci enrpasslog excellence which we now
efrt ?x,—oxl to every subscriber to our paper from this data
enward. It is a healthy and vigorous grower, with thick
foliage, and rxßvverLY hardy. It flowers late, and ripens
two weeks earlier than the Isabella, thus escaping the
early and latter frosts of the season. It limits one year
earlier from the eye than any other native variety. The
bunch is very large, shouldered, and of a peculiar wine
cok>r. The pulp is tender to the center, with very few
and small seeds. It is sweet, vinous, and of a decided
museU fiaver. TV kb these qualities it must take prece
dence of ail others as a table grape, and tor wine is not
equalled by any except, possibly, the Delaware. It does
not decay, may be kept all winter, adhering firmly to the
bunch, and at length drying to raisins.
THE “PRACTICAL FARMER.*
18 PUBLISHED WEEKLY,
and is designed to elevate the fanner to his true positfca
as a scientific man. Its editorials are spirited, and among
its regular correspondents are the most able agriculturists
tn the country. It will be our special aim to make this
journal a wckome visitor to every household. Its
LADIES’ DEPARTMENT
wifi be found Interestißg and useful Its
YOUTHS’ DEPARTMENT
wffl be presided over by a gentleman who has for years
been a teacher of youth in one of our best institutions of
learning.
We shall make our paper the true medium of success io
grapt growing. Each number will lead the way and give
unmjwtak&ble directions on this subject. The novice can
not err or meet with loss if he will but follow our direo
tione in purchasing the right kind of vines, or in planting
training and pruning them for the garden or vineyard.
Our price, including both the “lona Vine” and the
payer for one year, is only One Dollar and Twenty Five
Cents, or by remitting this amount to the office of the
PRACTICAL FARMER AND SCIENTIFIC GARDENER.
No. 25 Park Row, N. Y., you will receive a weekly agrL
cultural paper equal to the best published in this city, and
the grape vine above mentioned.
It must be Been, we think, that this affords a re mar ha
file opportunity to make money. Twelve dollars at club
rates, will secure thirteen subscribers to the
PRACTICAL FARMER,
and thirteen one year old lona Vines, worth at the regular
price list thirty-nine dollars, or a club of twelve will be
entitled to our paper at the cost of one dollar per annum
with the vine gift, and the person or persons making up
the club, will receive an extra vine, and also our paper
one year, free of charge; thus at the regular price of sub
scription and the vines, you make $27. The club vines in
all places will be sent by express free of charge. Greater
the number sent to one address, less the expense to us on
each vine.
This liberal offer is made simply to give our paper a
more extensive circulation ; we have stated time and
again that we should spare no expense to obtain the
largest circulation of any AGRICULTURAL PAPER in
the United States, and we will here say frankly that these
club rates afford us but a small profit But now that we
are firmly established, we are prepared to make this Libe
ral offer, knowing that in the end it will pay us. We
would advise those who would secure the vine to remit
us at once Twelve Dollars, and we will send thirteen
vines and credit them with thirteen subscriptions to the
PRACTICAL FARMER for one year. It th# thirteen pa
pers and vinee are not all wanted at one time, the Twelve
Dollars will thus secure them on call.
The lona Vine is warranted to us by Dr. Grant—(using
his own words) “ tc be remarkably STRONG AND WELL
ROOTED ONE TEAR OLD PLANTS ’—being the same
named in hie eatax-gut for $2 caeh.
COUTANT & BAKER.
TERMS OF THE PRACTICAL FARMER CONDENSED
One copy one year (weekly)sl 00
One copy one year and one lona Grape Vine, the
Vine will be sent by mail, port paid 1 25
Thirteen copies and Thirteen Vines to one Address
forl2 CO
The odd Vine and copy belongs to the Club Agent
Acdresß al) Communications to
THE ■* PRACTICAL FARHER,”
No. 25 Pabk Row. N. Y.
gpHE AUTHOR'S GAME.
THE AUTHOR’S GAME.
The most popular game of the season, combining amuse*
ment with instruction and strengthening the memory.
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In the year 1846, the writer of this article embarked Jfl
i the drug business in the city of Philadelphia, where he had
been engaged now over six tee ivy ears in the manufaeturQ
of jUiarmaceutical preparations of various descriptions.
But fertile last ten years most of his time hiw been em
ployed in the manufacture of the various solid and fiokl
extracts.
Most prominent among those to which he desires to call
the particular attention of the faculty, druggists and the
public, are the Highly Concentrated Fluid Extract Bucho,
i and Highly Concentrated Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla.
Both of these are prepared oa purely scientific prinefc.
5 pies (In vacuo), and embody the full strength of the varioua
ingrodients entering into their composition. These modi
8 cines ioquire considerable care in the preparation, and thQ
employ ment ot different menstrua in successive opera
j tions to take up the extract matters, and in consequents
are most frequently improperly made, and not unfr»-
qucntly much impaired, If not rendered totally inert, by
the injudicious and unskilful management of those iiua*.
quainted with pharmaceutical preparations.
My Extract Bucha, upon inspection, will be found to be
of the odor, color and taste of the plant of that name, a»<l
not a dark, glutinous preparation. A ready and eonchfr*
give test w ill be a comparison of its properties withtlioM
set forth in the United States Dispensatory.
The Extract Sarsaparilla is far supe flor to any prepara.
8 tion that has ever come to my notice as a bloou purifying
, agent. A tablespoonful of the Extract Sarsaparilla added;
1 to a pint of water is fully equal to the celebrated Lisbca
Diet Drink, so much used by enfeebled and delicate coin.
rtitutions of both sexes and all ages.
One bottle is fully equal in strength to one gallon of the
> syrup or decoction as usually made, and hundreds-•£
druggists throughout the country have awpted it fcn
1 making their syrups of this name.
I desire m this connection to make a plain statement of
facts, being promptly to do so—
First—By a consideration of the welfare of suffering
- humanity.
Second—Because I do not wish my articles classified as
nostrums or patent medicines, many of which are mada
by persons too ignorant to read a physician's simplest pre
scription, much less to manufacture pharmaceutical cra»
parations.
These persons advertise. This lam compelled to do, M)
J bring my name before the public, conscientiously beEev
ing that I have the most valuable articles that were ever
3 advertised. They have been advertised over ten year%
commencing in a small way, and have not only sustained
> their reputation, but their popu’arity has extended to all
parts of the United States, and widely throughout foreign;
, countries.
As before remarked, I, in common with the m&nufaO
- hirers of patent medicines, advertise my medicines.
But how short lived have been the thousands of those ar-
I tides. And yet there are many persons who will con
tinue to think that merit In the article is not essential to
access.
My course in many parti-miars has been quite different
from that of any others. With over 30,000 unsolicited cer
tificates and recommendatory letters from all sectioiM,
, many of which arc from the highest sources, including
eminent physicians, clergymen, statesmen, Ac., I hava
not been in the habit of resorting to their publication In
the newspapers. Ido not oo this for the reason that, as
my articles rank as standard remedies, they do not need
to be propped up by certificates. 1 may, however, with
out tod fiiuch deviation from my plan, present here s
* specimen-ore selected by chance from the great num
ber at hand. Read the following certificate of acure ot'
5 over twenty years’ standing:
t Lewiston, Pa., Jan. 14,1857.
H. T. ITi-i.MBOin:
Dicar Sir—l have been troubled with an affeztion of
the Bladder and Kidnej s for over twentv years. I had
tried physicians in vain, and at last concluded to give
your genuine Preparation a trial, as I had heard it
highly tpoken of. I have used three bottles, and have
obtained more relief from its effects and ieel much bet
ter than I have for twenty yens previous.
1 I have the greatest faith in its virtues and curative pow
ers, ar d shall do all in my power to make it known to
the afflicted. Hoping this may prove advantageous to
you in assisting you to introduce the medicine, I am.
i truly yours, M. C. McGORMICK.
Lhwhtow, Pa., Aug.‘2B, 1857.
H. T. ntx,Mßoi.n. Esq.:
I am happy to inform you that after the use of yont
Medicine, a cure has been effected, and I candidly be
lieve 1 should have been in my grave had it not been for
IL Yeur obedient servant,
M. C. Mc’OORMICK.
I
This gentleman offers the following references attesting
, the facts of the case: °
Hon. WM. BIGLER, Ex Governor Pa,
Hon. THOS. B. FLORENCE, "Philadelphia.
Hon J. C. KNOX, Attorney-General, Harrisburg, Pa.
Hon. J. S. BLACK, U. 8. Attomey-GeneraL Washing
ton.
Bon. D. R. PORTER. Ex-Governor Pa.
Hon. R. C. GRIER, Judge U. 8. Court
Hon. JOHN BIGLER, Ex-Governor California.
Of the whole number treated, as shown by our certifl.
cates, 8,730 were treated for diseases of the Bladder, Kid
neys, Gravel and Dropsical Swellings. The averaga
amount of medicine consumed, as per certificates, wag
seven bottles ; the average term of suffering one vear and
one month. Of this number, 380 were females, 227 child
ren, and the balance males.
10.1211 were treated from diseases arising from excesses
Habits of Dissipation, youthful imprudence attended wittt
various symptoms, among which will be found—indispo
sition to exertion, weak nerves, dimness of vision, night
sweats, pallid countenance, great mobility, restlessness,
horror of society, noearnestness of manner. These symp
toms, if allowed to continue, would undoubtedly result in
epileptic fits, insanity or consumption. How manv thou
sands of the young have died ot these causes. Visit odr
almshouses, hospitals and prisons, and see the misery they 1
produce. Out of these 10,121 there were 5,021 males, 3,7!%]
females. The sex of the remaining number was not stated
in letters. The average term of suffering was. 4% years ;
average age 24 years. average amount of medicine con
sumed 10% bottles. In respect to aliments peculiar to wo
men in decline or change of life, this will be found inval
uable. No family should be without it
7,200 were treated for Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Scald
Head, Ulceration of tlie Throat and Legs, Pains and Swel
lings of the Bones, Tetter, Pimples oh the face, and all
scaly eruptions of the skin.
8,971 v ere treated for diseases of the blood arising front
habits of dissipation. Of this number 2,247 were treated
for syphilis. 944 for humors in the blood, 1,333 for diseasea
of a secret nature, in all tiieir stages. In this class of
complaints patients do not readily volunteer certificates,
which accounts for the small number received. Of this
numbe?4,2l9 were males, and 2,200 were females ; aver
age 26 years and 2 months ; average term of suffering 3
months ; average amount consumed 9 bottles.
The above statistics are taken from a diary kept ex
‘ pressly for the purpose, and with great care.
The proprietor, m making this statement, hopes that
his motive may be appreciated. A feeling that entire
candor is due to all has prompted him to do so. lam well
aware that many persons consider five or ten dollars ex
pended in any kind of medicine for the benefit of their
health a waste of money, and yet these same persons will
expend hundreds of dollars in dress and dissipation, anil
think nothing of it. Such forget
That good health
Is true wealth.
Let ns look at this matter for a moment. There are .as
tringents, purgatives, narcotics, poisons, diuretics, blood
purifiers, Ac. There is no contradicting the following
facts :
A poison for one is a poison for all.
A narcotic for one is a narcotic for all.
A diuretic for one is a diuretic for all.
A purgative for one is a purgative for all.
A blood purifier for one is a blood purifier for aIL
With this difference only, that some constitutions requird
more than others.
The Extract Sarsaparilla will answer in all cases, and
will accomplish as much as any other purifier. 1 will
gladly nay $5,000 for a better article.
My Extract Buchu is a Diuretic, and will act as such,
accomplishing as much as any other. I will gladly pay
$5,000 tor a better article. Both are vegetable prepara
tions, pleasant in taste and odor, and safe, and arc taken
by men, women and children. Explicit directions ac
company the medicine.
To the suffering 1 would say, in conclusion, that I bav©
had much to contend with, the objects being chiefly of
this description. The expense of preparing my articles is
such that I could not afford to commlsion them as patent
medicine manufacturers do, but have been compelled to ■
sell for cash.
Consequently, I have lost much by unprincipled deal
ers endeavoring to dispose of their own or other articles
on the reputation of mine. The merit of my preparations
has, however,quietly pushed them into favor; but yon--
still need to exercise care to obtain my true prepara
tions.
Ask for HELMBOLD’S Preparations :
EXTRACT BUCHU,
EXTRACT BUCHU,
EXTRACT BUCHU,
EXTRACT BUCHU,
EXTRACT BUCHU,
EYTRACT BUCHU,
extract buchu,
EXTRACT BUCHU,
EHTRACT BUCHU,
EXTRACT BUCHU,
EXTRACT SARBAPARILLA
EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
EYTRACT SARSAPARILLA
EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
Extract sarsaparilla
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Your obedient servant.
% H. T. HELMBOLD.
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