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Col. Wm. P. Winchester,
Henry B. Stone,
Thomas Dwight,
Joseph G. Joy,
Jonathan Mason,
Charles G. Green,
Amos Cotting,
James Parker,
E. P. Deacon,
Daniel Safford.



Elisha Haskell,
James M. Beebe,
Patrick T. Jackson,
Frederick Tudor,
Samuel Appleton,
Doctor Warren,
Doctor Ware,
Doctor Mifflin,
Doctor Shurtleff,
Doctor Keep.



Henry P. Sturgis,
William S. Phipps,
Daniel Hammond,
Samuel Cabot,
E. C. Cabot,
Joseph G. Russell,
Benjamin Loring,
Alvah Kittredge,
Joseph Barnard,
J. B. Robb.



Personal attention given to Setting these Furnaces. Churches and School Houses per-
fectly Heated and Ventilated.
FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT THE

FURNACE, GRATE, AND RANGE FACTORY,

40 SCIIOOI. STREET.



10



FANCY GOODS, GOI,D PENS, ETC.



BOYNTON & "WOODFORD,

IMPORTERS A^STD DEALERS IN

FANCY GOODS,

Torloise Shell, Ivory, Horn, and Metal Combs ; Buttons, Brushes, Cut-
lery, Silver Pencil Cases, Thimbles, Spectacles, Spoojis, Accor-
dions, Jewelry, Perfuniery, Needles, Pius, Pocket-books, &c.

Cr^ - DEALERS IN -^.^^1)

IVORY, TORTOISE SHELL, HORNS, TIPS AND BONES,
]Vo. 50 lVASHIJVOTO]\ STREET,

(9 doors North of State Street]
JAMES BOYNTON. P. R. WOODFORD.



J. H WEEKS & CO.

[LATE B. W. THAYER & CO.]

(S) Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Cc)

M\GLISH, FRENCH & GERMAN

PERFUMERY, CUTLERY,

And Fancy Stationery,
133 WASHINGTON STKEET,



JAMEB H. WEEKS,
D. PERKINS IVES.



TWO DOOES HOETH OP SCHOOL BTREET,



I. E. PEARSON & Co.



— Wholesale Dealers in —



ri^^©Y ©@@©'



'D



Pcrfumrr^, |3atent illcbiciius,

CIGARS, BLACKING, &.C., &.C.

m. 76 mim street,

Opposite the Main Extension Depot,



iJ^^:^U3.i:s:> <£^



^ Double Premium Diamond Pointed



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3^]SBa=—



And Oold and 1$ i 1 t e r Pencil Cases.

K(\(\ (\(\[\ SOIiD AXKUAJiliY ! The unbounded popularity which BARD & BROTHERS' Pens hare at-
OUUjUUU tained among the mercantile and professional classes throughout the United States, induce the man-
ufacturers to believe that they cannot be superseded by any other article now in the market. The Franklin Institute of
Philadelphia, and the Mechanics' Association of Boston, have awarded them the highest medals and diplomas ever given
upon Gold Pens. Bard & Bro. have just introduced into use a PA'tENT FOUNTAIN PEN, which will hold suffi-
cient ink to write more than 250 words without resorting to the inkstand. They are used with perfect satisfaction at the
BIerchasts' Bank, Boston. Every variety of these Pens can be found among the first dealers in Boston, New York,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, New Orleans, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Louisville, Buffalo, Albany, and other cities in the Union.

MANUFACTORIES ; 91 Washington Street, Boston, and 101 William Street, New York.



JOHN A. HUGHES,



MANUFACTUEEE OP



SHOW CASES,

IVo. 5 & 7 Harvard Place,

©iPip®aiiiriE isism ©ilb soiuTTiHt (DisnumciKr,

(Rear of No. 153 Washington Street,)

BOSTON.

A good assortment of SHOW CASES
constantly on heind.

Orders for Cases of every description, and general

Jobbing in the Carpenter Line, attended to

with despatch.



WILLIAM HUNTER,

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

LARD AND EGGS,

NO. 4 CELLAR,

South side of Faneuil Hall Market,



REFKIGERAT0K3, EXPRECS, MATCHES.



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PATTEN'S



Erfrigerators of all sizes and patterns, Wholesale or Retail,

AT THE ROXBURY REFRIGERATOR MANUFACTORY,

Also, Eefrigerators made to order, in the very best manner, of any desired style.

MANUFACTURED BY j^SAPATO



Y A GO'S




SOUTIIERIV A1\D EASTERrV EXPRESS,

For the cTnily transmission of Merchandize, Small Parcels, Specie, Bank Notes, &c.,
and for the collection and Payment of Notes, Bills, Drafts, etc. etc.

Custom House Business transacted with promptness and despatch in Boston, New York, and Fhila.

OFFICES.

NEW YORK, 1 WaU Street, cor. Broadway. PHILADELPHIA, 89 Chestnut Street. BOSTON, 11 State Street.

NEWPORT, 71 Thames Street. FALL RIVER, Mount Hope Block, Main Street.

RUFUS B. KINSLEY. E. S. SANFORD. S. M. SHOEMAKER.

JAMES GAY, Agent at Boston.




CO'S mATCH DEPOT,

GO IIIVIOI\ STREET, BOSTO]\,

— AND—

37 LIGHT STREET, BALTIMORE.

MANUFACTIRERS OF THE BYAM MATCH,

AND ALL KINDS OF

Round Wood, and Paper Box Matches,

WITH, AND WITHOUT BRIMSTONE.

Also for sale, the American Patent Friction Match Co.'s Card, and
Block Matches. Matches securely packed in tin cases for Shipping.

TERMS, CASH ON DELIVERY.

E. BYAM & Co.



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HARDWARE, BOOKS, ETC.



SAMUEL MAV & CO.

NO. 1 BROAD STREET, CORNER OF STATE STREET,

Dealers in Metals, Hardware and Mechanics' Tools.

TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, PLATE IRON, IRON WIRE,

BRASS AND COPPER WIRE, TINNED AND PLATED WIRE,

CAST STEEL, SHEAR, GERMAN AND BLISTERED STEEL, STEEL WIRE,

SHEET BRASS, COPPER, LEAD AND ZINK,

BLOCK TIN, SPELTER, ANTIMONY, BISMUTH, NICKEL,

AN^'ILS, VISES AND VISE SCREWS, LATHES, BOLTS AND NUTS,

FILES AND RASPS, EMERY, CRUCIBLES, AND LEAD POTS,

TINNERS' TOOLS AND MACHINES, SMITHS' BELLOWS,

MACHINISTS' AND MANUFACTURERS' TOOLS, &c. &c

JOHN JOSEPH MAY. FRED. W. G. MAY.



CHARLES G. KING,




No. 7 BROAD STREET,

Third Store from State,

IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER



MATHEMATICAL, MITICAL,

6urr»cT3tng ^ Gauging iJnstrmmnts

NAUTICAL BOOKS, CHARTS, &c.



STRONG &, BRODHEAD,
Publishers, Booksellers, and Stationers,

No. 1 CORNHILiI..

Theological, School, and Miscellaneous Books, and those
published by the M. E. Book Concern, N. Y.



M. J. IFHIPPLiE,

35 CORNHILL,

Importer of Artists' Colors, Brushes, Canvass and Mate-
rials ; Bro^vn's celebrated Oil Colors ; Drawing Materials
and Paper, in great variety ; Counting-House Stationery.



HOMCEOPATHIO BOOKS

AlVD MEDICINES.

Also, Thermometers for sale, Wholesale &/ Retail,

BY OTIS CLAPP, 23 School Street.



"GET

"AU young persons should have a standard



THE BEST."



DICTIONARY,

at their elbows. And while you are about it, get the b(st : that Dictionary is

nroAK vrzsBSTXSR's,

the great work, unabridged. If you are too poor, save the amount from o£f your back, to put it into your head."— PAr«-
nological Journal.

" Dr. Webster's great work is the best Dictionary of the English Language.— Lojirfon Morning Chronicle.

Wbbster's Quarto Dictionary for the School Room.— At a meeting of the Board of Public Instruction of St. Louis,
March 13', 1849,

" Resolved, That a copy of Webster's Unabridged Quarto Dictionary be placed upon the desk of each teacher in the
Grammar Department of the St. Louis Public Schools, as a book of reference for teachers and pupils."

" As an American, I am proud of the work. It is gratifying to see that it gives such universal satisfaction. I shall
recommend it as the standard in the pubhc schools of this State."

Thomas II. Benton, Jr., Sup''t of Public Instruction in Io%va.

The very large and increasing demand for this work, affords the best possible evidence to the publishers that it is
highly " acceptable to the great body of the American people."

Containing three times the amount of matter of any other English Dictionary compiled in this country, or any abridge-
ment of this work.

Published by G. Sc C. 3IERRIAM, Springfield, M ass., an d for sale by all Boofesellers.

BURNHAM & BROTHERS,

58 & 60 CORNHILL,

AlVTIQUE, M0DEm7& FOREIGN

CHEAP BOOKSTORE,

Containing an immense collection of nearly two hundred
thousand volumes of rare, scarce, and valuable Books, in
all the various branches of Literature, Law, Medicine, The-
ology, History, Biography, Travels, Voyages, Mechanics,
Chemistry, Botany, Agriculture, American History, etc. ;
in all languages — French, Spanish, German, Italian, Latin,
Greek, Hebrew, etc., which are offered at extremely low
prices.

Orders for Books to supply Libraries, will be promptly
executed.



CROSBY & NICHOLS,

BOOKSELLERS & STlTIOilRS

No. m WASHINGTON STREET,

C. & N. PUBLISH THE

Christian Examiner & Religious Miscellany,

EDITED BY

Rev. Geo. Putnam, D.D. and Ret. Geo. E. Ems.

C. & N. are Agents for Scott & Co.'s Republications of
the Foreign Reviews and Blackwood ; for the Knickerbock-
er, Hunt's Merchants' Magazine, and are General Agents
FOR ALL Periodicals, American and Foreign.



BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.



13



EAYRS & FAIRBANKS,

STATIONERS AMD ACCOUNT BOOK

No. 136 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON,

LORING'S SCHOOL GLOBES, 6, 10, AND 12 INCH.

PUBLISHERS OF THE MASSACHUSETTS STATE MAP.



" Cheap Book & Stationery Store."
GEORGE W. BRIGGS,

Bookseller, Stationer,

Blank Book Manufacturer,

And Dealer in Cheap Publications,
403 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON.

Particular attention paid to Binding Old Books,
Music Books, Pamphlets, Periodicals &c.

DAVID P. KING,

Bookseller & Stationer,

No. 82 WASHINGTON STREET,



Particular attention paid to furnishing or-
ders from the country, for Schools. Miscel-
laneous Books, Stationery, &c., on the most
liberal terms.



EVERY EVENING.




^^i^^^^-y^^^:^




JOHN P. JEWETT,

Publisher, Boolvseller, & Stationer,

23 C'ornhill, Booksellers' Row, Boston.



BE^IiA MARSH,

Bookseller, Stationer, & Publisher

No. 25 CORNHILL,
General Depot for Physiological, Phrenologi-
cal, Water Cure, and Reform Works,
Miscellaneous School Books, &c.



AMERICAN SUNDAY SCHOOL
UNIOIV DEPOSITORY,

No. 9 CORNHILL, BOSTON,
WILLIAM B. TAPPAN, Agent.



MASSACHUSETTS S. S. SOCIETY, C. C.
Dean, Treasurer, 13 Cornhill. The Pub-
lications of the Society, including Library
Books, Question Books, Catechisms, Cards,
&c., number 942. The Society also issues one
Periodical, the Weil-Spring. A descriptiye
Catalogue of the above is furnished gratis at
the Depository.



ROBERT S. DAVIS,

Puhlisher, Bookseller, & Stationer,

No. 120 Washington St., Boston,
Has constantly for sale a large assortment
of SCHOOL and CLASSICAL BOOKS, Paper,
Blank Account Books, all sizes, together with
a variety of School Stationery.

Publisher of Greenleaf's Popular series of
Arithmetics, (in 3 books), and Keys ; Parker's
Progressive Exercises in English Composition,
National Speaker, Practical Elocutionist, etc.



PEARL-SrJEFACE, & ENAMELLED CARDS,

THE CHEAPEST AND BEST CARDS FOR

LETTER-PRESS & COPPERPLATE PRINTING & STYLE WRITING,



MANUFACTURED BT



L^Eiaiii g>i[Eisasi8



p



AT THE NEW ENGLAND CARD FACTORY.



OLIYEE HOLMAN, GENERAL AGENT,

124 STATE STREET, BOSTOI¥.



11



SABDLlvILY, SDOULDEK, LRACES, EArANCES,



SHBLTOH Sc CHEEVEK,



IMPORTERS AND MANTJFACTtTRERS OF

House, Store,

and Btaiik
Trunks,
Saddles,
Bridles,

Horse lIlauKets,
Fly Kets, &c. &i'.

■WHOI.ESAr,E & RETAII.,

on, and 58 Brattle Streets,

CFoui-tli Door from Dock Square,) "D( )^'^l\ )N

SHOULDER BRACES AND SUPPORTERS.



E?!g-!ie Hose,
Fire Buckets,
Ela;^ ic Pipe,
Fire Caps,
H.f^;:iesses,
Collars, Whips,
Carpet Bags,



rio. 7

J. SHJlVJ'ON, (
S. G. CilEEVER.




T!ie Washington Suspender Shoulder Brace,

COMBINING SUSPENDERS AND SHOULDER BRACE,

Invented by A. F. BARTLETT, Boston.

LE'ITERS PATENT ARE PENDING.

The object of this Brace is to remedy habitual stooping,
r nnd and crooked shoulders, weak back and chest, for
wiiich it cannot be too highly recommended. Its tendiincy
is to expand the chest, and preserve an erect and graceful
posii ion, indispensable to health and beauty. It is adapt-
eil to benefit men, women, and children, of all ages, occu-
p.itions, and conditions.

The great utility of this Brace will on trial become ap-
parent to all — and its simplicity and adaptation to the ob-
j -ct designed are its best recommendations. It is light,
} ut strong, and perfectly elastic — combining all the excel-
lences of the common Shoulder Braces in use, with none of
their objections ; and has the following additional advan-
tages, viz :

1st. The pressure (which can be made more or less at
will,) comes directly on the point or ball of the shoulder,
which makes the brace more effective, and thus it does not
impede the circulation, nor cause uneasiness under the arm ;
allowing full motion to the arms & shoulders by its elasticity.

2d. Its great elasticity supports the pants with perfect
ease and freedom, and this connection with the pants,
dispenses with the common Suspender, and contributes
to tlie power of the Braces in expanding tne chest, giving to
the lungs a healthy and expansive action, and thus pre-
veniug pulmonary affections, relieving palpitation of the
heart, dyspepsia, asthma, &c.

3d. The Brace is so constructed as to render unneces-
sary a belt, which has been the cause of great uneasiness
to the ribs and epigastric region of the wearer.

4th. The patent elastic webbing used is a new and
beautiful style, free from odor, containing the vulcanized
or insoluble rubber, and is warranted by the inventor not
to lose its strength or elasticity, nor be affected by heat or
perspiration.



5th. Tlie Suspender Shou'ler Brace ia aSbrdel at the
low price of .$l,r,' i to S:2, according to o\\ . li ?.

Manufactured and for sale, wiioies^i^e a c;d retail, bv A.
F. BARTLETT, No. 221 Washikgxon SuiEiiT, up sij.irs,
near Marlboro' Ilotel, Boston.

SUPPORTERS.

WILSON'S, CUAPIN'S, AND BAKrLETI'S IMPROTED
ABDOMIBf.^I. SUPPORTERS,

Are an efficient relief for most of thots weaknesses of the
body which require support — such as we:iknoss of the
lungs, palpitation of the heart, shortn«ss of brea' h, dull
pains in the side, sen.se of sinking or dragging at tiie pit of
the stomach, like weights at the lower part of the body —
falling of the womb, "bearing down pains," pain and
weakness in the back, numbness and weakness of the Juubs,
all of which are aggravated on standing or walkin;; — dys-
pepsia, costiveness and piles, nervousness and glo'm, and
a disposition of the body to stoop ; a shoulder-brace in con-
nection is often necessary. Also, public speakers com-
plaining of bronchitis, find special benefit from an Abdom-
inal Supporter.

The Supporter relieves simply in gently lifting the abdo-
men, by pressing upwards and backwards, taking < ff i.bat
sense of weight at the lower body. This supports lin' weak-
ened muscles, and elevates the organs resting on an 1 attach-
ed to them affording surprising relief ; it permii.s a more
free circulation of the blood, and thus invigorates tne whole
system.

Persons ordering them, will send their measure t:ikcn
around two inches below the hip bone and round the
wai-t, and they will be supplied with the above superior in-
struments at prices from $2,50 to .fjiG, by

A. F. BARTIiETT,
NO. 221 WASHINGTON STREET,

(Up Stairs,) near Marlboro' Hotel, Boston.
Also, Trusses of a superior quaUty for ruptures.

[t^T^Private Room for Ladies.



"WILLIAM S. WALSH,



All kinds of
Weighiug




Apparatus
repaired.



(SUCCESSOR TO A. STEVENS,)



Patent Balance, Platform, Counter Scales,

]¥0. 5, SOUTH SIDE FAIVEUIL. HAL.L., BOSTOlf.



CLOCKS, WATCHES, ETC.



15




9



OF EVERT STYLE AND VARIETY,

NOS. 71 8o 73 HANOVER STREET,

L. A. Pona. BOSXOX* H. BanieB.

LOOKING-GLASS & PICTURE FRAMES.




HOWARD & DAVIS,

— MANLFACTURERS OF —



CLOCKS 6c BALANCES,

No. U Water Street, near Congress Street,

Chiirch Tower, Gallery, Factory "Watch,

Regulator, Rail Road Station,

Astronomical & Car Clocks.



J. J. BEALS & (^0.
CLOCK MANUFACTURERS,




WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN

American & Foreign Cloclis, & Clocii Materials,

HAYMARKET SQ,UARE,

Opposite the Boston and Maine Railroad Depot,

i-.w.X'>i,wick. IB®g^^(fi)Kfo

i^"ParHcular attention paid to Clock Repairing..£3a;





PRATT'S CLOOKS.

CONTINUE THE MANUFACTURE OF THEIE CELEBRATED CLOCKS AT

READING-, MASS.

Corner of Union & I?Iar§hall Streets, (Up Stairs,)

REGULVTORS, GALLERY, HALL, AND OFFICE CLOCKS.

ALSO, BRASS AND WOOD CLOCKS, OF EVERY VARIETY AND STYLE,
LOOKING GLASS AND PICTURE FRAMES.

Clock tjfiateruds ^' Clock Repairing^ in all its branches.

CLOCKS PUT UP IN GOOD ORDER FOR EXPORTATION.

ALEXANDER STOWELL,

DEALER IN

WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,

0Ut)ei* toare, jTanctj ©cobs, & Solar Camp0,
NO. 76 HANOVER STREET,

CORNER OF UNION STREET, KO)^^ORII

CLOCKS, WATCHES, AND JEWELHY KEPAIRED.



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UNION IRON WORKS.



SETH WILMARTH, Proprietor,




MANUFACTURER OP

Locomotives, Stationary Steam Engines,

AND STEAM BOILERS,

OF THE VARIOUS SIZES REQUIRED.
Including^ Frog^s, Switches, Chairs, IIaiid-€ars, &c.

MACHIIVISTS' TOOLS, OF ALL DESCRIPTIOJVS,

INCLUDING

TURNING LATHES,

Of sizes varying from 9 feet to 50 feet in length, and weighing from 1^ tons to 40 tons
each ; the latter capable of turning a wheel or pulley, thirty feet in diameter.

Varying from 10 feet to 60 feet in length, and weighing from 2 tons to 70 tons each, and
will plane from 7 feet up to 55 feet long, and 7 feet square.

BORING MILLS, VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL DRILLS, SLOTTING MA-
CHINES, PUNCHING PRESSES, GEAR AND SCREW CUTTING
MACHINES, &c., &/C.

ALSO, MILL GEARING AND SHAFTING.



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And any kind of work usually done in Machine Shops, executed at short notice



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STOVES, RANGES, ETC.



17



D & DUNCKLEE

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN



Parlor Grates,

'PRIAM of TROY'




CabGOses,

AIR TIGHT,



And Other !"^ ^^^^^ Cooking Ntoves.

PARLOR, STORE AND SHIP STOVES, FOR WOOD AND COAL,

TIN, SHEET IRON AND JAPANNED WARE, &.C.

Nos. 40 & 41 BLACKSTONB STREET, BOSTON.



JOS. A. POND.



H. L. DUNCKLEE.



BULKLEY, HAYES & Co.



MANUFACTURERS




J. P. HAYES'

PORTABLE HOT AIR RANGE.



EALERS IN




Portable Hot- Air Cooking Ranges,

PORTABLE AND BRICK FURNACES,

FOR WARMING HOUSES, STORES, CHURCHES, etC.

Also, Laundry, Cooking, Parlour, Office, Shop and

Factory Stoves, Taber's Improved Ships' Cabooses,

Cast Iron Sinks, Oven and Boiler Doors, Tin,

Sheet Iron & Copper Work, made to order, at

33 & 35 BLB.CKSTONE STREET, BOSTON.

AT THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT MAY BE FOUND, THE

CELEBRATED REPUBLIC AIR-TIGHT COOKING STOVES,

Arranged for wood or coal, which for saving in fuel and affording the best facilities for cooking, stands unrivalled. The

outward appearance of this Stove is solid and very handsome, while the inner arrangements are convenient

and easily understood. It needs no furtlier recommendation than to be once tried. Also,

HAYES' PORTABLE COOKING* RANGES,

Consisting of four different sizes adapted for wood or coal, a very superior article calculated for large or small families.
The expense of fitting up comes remarkably low, they are warranted to give perfect satisfaction in every respect, together
with a general assortment of Cooking Stoves and other articles usually found at such establishments.

W. F. BtJIiK:r.EY. J. p. HAYES. ADRIAN liOW.



J. M. READ,

MANUFACTURER OP THE

CYLINDER, VENTILATING, HOT AIR,

PORTIBLeSkG RANGE.

This Range is fitted for burning wood and coal, takes

one third less fuel, and one third less room, than a

common Cook Stove. Also,

Read's Revolving Parlor Coal Stove.
NO. 41-2 OEKRISH BLOCK,

(UP STAIRS,)

ANN STREET, BOSTON.



CHARLES F. LEAVITT,



Manufacturer of and Wholesale Bcaler in



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FIRE FRAMES



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Also,

Tin Plate, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
No. 16 UNION STREET,



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FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY.



LAWSON & HARRINGTON,

MANUFACTURING UPHOLSTERERS

AND

IMPORTERS OF UPHOLSTERY GOODS,

No. 285 WASHINGTON, NEAR WINTER STREET.

Fashionable Furnituee, Curtain Materials, Cornices ; Mattresses, Bedding, and Up-
holstery Goods generally. Painted Shades, Shade Fixtures, and Shade Goods of all kinds.
Furniture and Dress Fringes, Gimps, Tassels, &c. &c.

L. & H. are sole manufacturers of the Patent Rack and Pinion EXTENSION DINING
TABIiES, which are indisputably the best Tables for the purpose, hitherto devised. They are so con-
structed as to open and shut with the utmost precision ; they can be managed with ease by one persoti,
require no fasteners, and cannot get out of order.

E. H. BRABHOOK 8c CO.

DEALERS IN

FURNITURE, FEATHERS, CARPETING,



STRAW MATTING.

Nos. 48, 50 & 52

Would inform their friends and customers that they have recently enlarged their place of business,
and made a valuable addition to their former stock of Goods. They would invite those purchasing Fur-
niture to give them a call ; especially those who are opening Public and Boarding Houses, and do not
find it convenient to pay cash for their Goods, as they are prepared to furnish them, and make the
payments satisfactory to purchasers.




Nos. 48, 50 & 52 BLACKSTONE STREET,



E. H. BRABROOK,
H. W. LONGLET,
DAVID HOWE, JR.



COIiD STAND,)



MSTOET.



SUPERIOR MATTRESSES AND BEDS

ARE MANUFACTURED AT THE

PERKINS INSTITUTION AND MASSACHUSETTS ASYLUM,

BY THE BLIND.

THEY ALSO MANUFACTURE AND KEEP CONSTANTLY FOR SALE
OF ALMOST EVERY DESCRIPTION.

READY-MADE BED TICKS, SHEETS, AND PILLOW CASES.

Can furnish SHIP MATTRESSES, at any price, from 75 Cents to 10 Dollars.
TEATHERS PURIFIED AND MATTRESSES CLEANSED AND REFITTED AT SHORT NOTICE.

Office and Sales Room, 20 and 22 Bromfield Street, Boston.

I. W. PATTEN, Agent.



FURNITURE, ETC.



19



KITTREDGE & BLAKES,

UPHOLSTERERS, AND IMPORTERS OF
Rich Upholstery Goods, French Furniture, French Plush, Damasks,
Moreens, Curtain Trimmings, English Hair-seating, Chinese Tea-
Poys, Looking-glass Plates, &c.

NO. 12 COENHILL.

DEALERS IN

Furniture, Chairs, Feathers, Mattresses, Looking Glasses, Mahogany, &c.
CITY MARKET BUILDING, BRATTLE STREET.





W. p. B. BROOKS,

"WTiolesale and Retail Dealer in

CABIWET FURPJITURE,

Chairs, Clocks & Looking Glasses

Also,for sale at the lowest cash, prices, an extensiye assortment of




FEATHERS, BEHS, MATTRESSES, CARPETS, &C.,

OF SUPERIOR QUALITY,

At No. 9 Marshall and 66 Blackstone Streets,

N. B. Purchasers will do well to call upon Mr. B., who takes particular pains to
give' the most perfect satisfaction to all his customers.



Bedding Warehouse.

16 & 17 DOCK. S^^UARE



BEDS Ready made or to order.

MATTRESSES of Hair, Moss, Cotton, Palm
Leaf, &c. on hand or made to order.

Also, Mattresses refitted in a superior manner.

FEATHERS Kiln-dried, different qualities.

A large assortment of Cushions, Comfortables,
Quilts, Blankets, and Upholstery Goods, at whole-
sale or retail.

Every article warranted equal to recommendation.



CHEAP CASH STORE.

Motto— Quick Turns and Small Profits.
HENRY F. PARKER,

DEALER IN

FURNITURE, FEATHERS,

BEDS, MATTRESSES,

Looking Glasses, Light Painted Chamber Sets,

No. 32 BLACKSTONE STREET,

CORNER OF ANN STREET,

BOSTON.

N. B. Goods packed at short notice.



20



FURNITURE, TOBACCO.



FURNITURE WAREHOUSE




il!lllllllllt!l



GEO. T. CARRUTH & Co.

Wholesale anil Retail Dealers in

Tobacco, SnufF, Cigars, Pipes, &c.

Every varietj' of Cisrar Tubes, Cases and Lights, Snuff and
Tobacco Boxes, Aniiier, Horn, Meerschaum and Wood Cigar
Tubes, Stamboul, Wedgewood and China Pipe Bowls ; Weis-
chel and other Pipe stems ; Horn and other Mouth-pieces for
Stems, Pipe bowls, Cigaretts, and the largest stock and great-
est variety of Fancy Pipes in colors, ever offered in Boston.
Also, Agents for all the N. York Manufacturers of Fine Cut
Chewing & Smoking Tobacco, viz : Mrs. Miller's, Lorillard's,
Appleby's, Bogart's, Roome's and Lemon's ; and Agents for
the following celebrated brands of Cavendish and Plvig To-
bacco, received direct from Va. : .Tames River Gold Leaf and
Twin Brother, and Kxlra Old Plain, for which they are the
only Agents in Boston, and importers and Dealers in Turk-
ish, Chinese, Scarfalatti, Spanish and American Smoking
Tobacco in papers or by the pound, wholesale or retail.

GEO T. CARRUTH. CHESTER H. CARRL'TH.

41 Hanover, Opposite Portlantl St, Boston.



6, W, PRUDEN & Co.

FURNITURE, FEATHER,

AND

CARPETING WAREROOMS,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,

No. 39 HANOVER STREET,

Opposite the Head cf Portland Street,



0. W. PRUDEN.



A. BURRELL.



PLUMBERS, ETC.



21



WILLIAM PEAECE,



fmmmi

FORCE PUMP AND WATER CLOSET MAKER,

33 d 35 Congress Street, Boston.

lEM, C9I.D All SHOWll BATH^

WASH BASINS, i BRASS COCKS,
FOUNTAINS, PLATED Do,

HYDRANTS, LEAD PIPES,

CESS POOLS, I SHEET LEAD,

DRAIN TRAPS, \ COPPER PUMPS,
And every requisite in use in the Plumbing Business.

W. p. would respectfully state, that he has had 30 years' experience as a Practical Plumber and



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