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no effort will be spared on liis part to make this establishment the best in New England.

All Orders entrusted to his care will be executed with the very best material and workmanship, in
the most approved and substantial manner.
The Plumbing Work of the following houses was put up by me, and are named below as references.

REVERE HOUSE, Bowdoin Square, Boston. Paran Stevens, Esq.

NATIONAL HOUSE, Harmarket Square, Boston. W. S. Pendleton. Esa

SAGADAHOCK HOUSE, Bath, Me. J. Patten, Esa.

STANLEY HOUSE, Augusta, Me. Hon. R. Williams.

NATHAN HALE, Esq., Commissioner Boston Water Works.

DAILY ADVERTISER AND COURIER Offices, Boston.





JOHN CLARKE & SON,

o^ i:£a 'v^ s:^:^ iJB i:^ o^ ^ 9

Hydraulic Pump and Water

Closet Makers,

IVo. 118 COURT ST., BOSTON,

Warm and Cold Baths, Suction Pumps, Stench

Traps for Drains, Sinks, &c. Brass Cocks

all sizes, and a general assortment

of articles in the above line,

constantly on hand.

Orders in City or Country strictly attentled to.



GEORGE BOTHAMLY,



^Ti



Mi^



9



AND MANUFACTURER OF

Force Pumps, "Water Closets, and Brass
Cocks, Warm, Cold and Shower Baths,

42 DEVONSHIRE STREET,

(Between AVater and Milk Streets,)



BOSTON.



N. B. CocHiTUATE Watee FisTUEES iutrocluced with
promptness and despatch.



BURTON & HAUBLET,

— And Manufacturers of —

Hose Screws, Couplings, Hose Pipes,
Faucets, Valves, &c.

No. 15 HAWLEY STREET,

(FIRST FLOOR.)

B. & II. devote their personal attention to the manufac-
ture of the above and all articles used in the Plumbing bu-
siness, and would respectfully solicit Orders for BRASS
WORK and SCREW CUTTING, of any kind.



DREW & BROTHERS,

NO. 54 COURT STREET,

HEAD OF BRATTLE STREET,
BOSTON,

Also, Manufacturers of every description of

LEAD, BRASS AND COPPER WORK:,

Water Closets, Pumps, Hydrants, Hot, Cold and Shower
Baths, arranged on the most approved principle with neat-
ness and despatch.

Orders from the Country, and City Jobbing promptly
attended to.



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PLUMBERS.



LOCKWOOD, ZANE & LUMB,




]:r//=:^Ct/v-oo^^^



PIiUMBEHS,

NO. 5 DERBY RANGE, COURT STREET

WOULD RESPECTFULLY SAY TO THE CITIZENS OF BOSTON,

TIHTAIP WIS EIAVffi AS ®®ffi33) ilH A§§®K![rmSK[!ir ©IP IS^ISIEir KUHJD ®1?

HOUSE PLUMBING MATERIALS,

AND WE ARE PREPARED, FROM A LONG EXPERIENCE, TO DO AL
KINDS or PLUMBING IN A SUBSTANTIAL & THOROUGH MANNER.

Your Orders are solicited, and satisfaction warranted.



CROTON PLUMBERS.



PLUMBERS, ETC.



23



CHARLES G. HORRISON ^ CO.

SPEAKIAI'S AMERICAN HYDRANT,

Nos. 3 & 4 LYCEUM BUILDING, SUDBURY ST.

( N. HALE, )

REFEKENCE. { J. F. BALDWIN, J Water CommissioneTS.
( T. B. CUIITIS. )




C. 6. MORRISON.



T. C. FAIRFIEIiD.



C. 6. M. & Co. having been appointed Agents for this State for the above Hydrant, would
respectfully call the attention of owners, tenants of houses, stables, &c. to the following :

_ ,, ^ • ^ V, • J .u '^^'^ '^'o'^'^' April 28, 1849.

TVe, the undersigned, have examined the operations of " Speakman's American Hy-
drant," and approve of them as the article nnuh and long wanted for the purpose of stop-
ping the needless waste of water, also to prevent the saturation of the earth around the
Hydrant, which in almost all cases proves a serious objection to using them. The above
objections are done away with in using Speakman's Hydrant; it also prevents freezuie
the water in the discharge pipe, by exhausting it in the chamber below.

rzZIAH WINMAN, Pres. of Croton Aqueduct Board, N. Y.
WM. NEAL, Pres Board of Commissione of Snrino- Garden Phila
SOLOMON WAGNKR, Pres. Board Com. Dis. of KensTngton "
JOSEPH SINGERLY, Engineer of the Kensington Vf. Works »
FREDERICK GRAFF, Superintendent of Fairmount Works, "



PLUMBING-.



Those wishing to have water introduced and carried through their houses stores man-
ufactories, &c , can have it done in a thorough and neat manner by leaving their orders as
above. PUMPS of every description manufactured to order; Fountains of every pattern
and device, put up at short notice ; Hose and Pipes of every description, constantly on
hand ; Sinks, Wash Bowls, and Water Closets of every size and quality can be found at
this place. In short, every thing appertaining to the Plumbing Business, always on hand

Orders from any part of the country, faithfully and promptly attended to.



JBNNISON'S



FOR SALE AT

No. Washington Street,

COENEB OF LA GRANGE PLACE,

Also, \ty Plnmbers and Dealers
in Water Fixtures generally.



G. F. BARNICOAT,

13 SUDBURY ST.

NEAR PORTLAND STREET, BOSTON,

COPPER, BRASS, AND LEAD WORK

of all kinds made to order.

SODA FOUNTAINS,

HOTEL PAXS & BOILERS OF ALL SIZES,

GUTTERS AND CONDUCTORS,

STEAM AND FIEE ENGINE WOEK,

Brewers*, Hatters',

AND DISTIL-HOUSE WORK.





F. D. BYRNES,

PLUMBER,

Water Closet, & Hydrau-
lic Pump Maker,

No. 4 HOWARD STREET.



Suction Pumps, Stench Traps for
Drains, Sinks, &c., "Warm and Cold
Baths, Brass Cocks, all sizes, and a
general assortment of articles in the
above line, constantly on hand.

Orders in City or Country, strictly
attended to.



ASA WHITE'S
SODA mANUFACTORY

PIPES, COOLERS,

AND

^ORNAMENTS.

ALSO,



In all its various branches.

). 10 Market Square, Boston.



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CARPETS AND FURNITURE.



CARPETING & FURNITURE.



>>eS§




wKNMtRgJ STREET. I HAN0VER3 3 STflff^



"^teffiS^jn^rSi



fflg-fMi' c^T j ^_' T: ^7 " ^ y *^r ?°'^?'*




■■■■
■111 , ,

Tdl;li[iiiiiiiii!'iiiiiiiii[i'iiii i







^/A:iRElHOIUS1E.




PEARL MARTIN,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN

WOOLEN, COTTON, STRAW, AND PAINTED



RUGS, MATS, TRANSPARENT WINDOW SHADES,

J^M^^ ir iia\ II IP
No. 85 Hanover, near Blackstone Street,



®.



(Opposite the Head of Salem and Endicott Streets.)



HOLDEN & BLANCHARD,

FURNITURE & FEATHER

No. 83 Hanover, and 65 Blackstone Street,

SIGN OP THE MAMMOTH BEDSTEAD,



JOEL M. HOLDEN,
WM. K. BLiNCUARD.



A large assortment of Beds, Mattresses, Bedsteads, Bu-
reaus, Chairs, Tables, Looking-Glasses, Clocks, &c., con-
stantly on hand and for sale, wholesale and retail, at the
lowest cash prices.

FEATHEES OF ALL KINDS & QUALITIES.



UPHOLSTERY, HARDWARE, COALS, ETC.



25



BOND & SONS,



NO. 26 CONGRESS STREET,-



—BOSTON.

CURVE OF THE EQUATION OF TIME.
Voh TVTnr. Anril. Mav .Tnnp. Jnlv. Ang. Sept. Oct.



Subtract
app. time




Nov. Pep.



SBissBa

BsmBaBsss^sssBsssssrssusassA

{■■■■■■■■■^^■■■■■■^^■■■■^^■■■■■■■■■■■~~'

Marine Chronometers lor sale, iiuttoji's improved Watches, & a general assortment of Gold & Silver Watches.

GOVERNMENT AGENT FOR THE SALE OP COAST SURVEY CHARTS.



BE^JAMM AVOODWARD,



AND

CABINET MANTJEACTURER.

PARTICUXAE ATTENTION GIVEN TO

CHURCH, HALL, & DRAWING-ROOM DRAPERY,
No. 284 WASHINGTON ST.

Opposite Amory Hall)



JONATHAN PARKER,

IMPOUTER OF

HAEDWAE

No. 3 UNION STREET,



WILLIAM K. BACALL,

UPHOLSTERER

AND

Cabinet manufacturer,

FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS,

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,

^87 Washington St., comer of Avery Street.

All kinds of Upholstery Goods, and the business, as
usual, attended to in all its branches. Feathers, Mattresses,
Church Cushions, &c., &c. On hand, and constantly
manufacturing, every article in the Cabinet and Chair line.



WALTER I. FROST,'

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN

AND FISHING TACKLE,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,

NO. 182 WASHINGTON STREET,

Two doors North of Franklin Street,



WILLIAM H. PRENTICE & SONS,

iliHSH, AITHEACITI, &. SMITHS' CQ&U

ANTHRACITE. . .Av.^s&!» _=„_ BITUMINOUS.



Peach Mountain, |i,||^
Peach Orchard,
Broad Mountain, I
Lehigh,
Mt. Laffj,
Lackawana.




Canall,

New Castle,

Orrel,
i Scotch,
3 Sydney,

Pictou.



ALSO, SMITHS' COALS, WOOD, BARK, ETC.

BROAD STREET, BOSTON.



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CLOTHING, PIANO FORTES, HATS.



MOORE'S NORTH AMERICAN

ONE PRICE

NOS. 67, 69 & 71 ANN STREET,

Two doors North of Blaekstone Street,

B S T 1 .

Ready Made CLOTHING, Clothing STOCK, and Gentlemen's FURNISHING
ARTICLES, purchased at Auction, and sold at a very small advance for Cash.

JOHIV L.. MOORE, Agt.




AIEEICAN^CTIOOIMO FORTE.

The Subscriber solicits public attention to the inspection of his PIANO FORTES,
with the newly invented AMERICAN ACTION, for which he has obtamed LETTERS
PATENT and also received at the late Exhibition of the " Woecester Co. Mechanics'
Association," their first Medal, for its

GREAT STRENGTH, EXCEEDING ELASTICITY, & CERTAINTY OF TOUCH,
qualities so indispensable to the acquisition of skill in the use of the instrument, and so
highly appreciated by the finished performer.

The manufacturer Ls in possession of numerous and flattering testimonials from the
FiKST Musical Professors, who have examined the instrument, setting forth its advan-
tages and commending it in the warmest terms. Those desirous of purchasing a supe-
rior Piano, and the public in general, are respectfully invited to call at his Warerooms,



No. 365 Washington Street, Melodeon Building



AND EXAMINE FOR THEMSELVES.



GEORGE HE"WS.




SAHONI 8c

MANUFACTURERS OF



CO.



5 sais^

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN



NO. 23 ELM STREET,




HATS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS, ETC.



27



mw t iPi



Successors to

MANUFACTURERS

— A N D —

WHOLESALE So RETAIL DEALERS IN




LADIES^ DEESSED FANCY EUES,

CORNER OF COURT & WASHINGTON STS.
BOSTON.



BINNEY & ELLIS,



Tl^HOIiESAIiE

AND WAREHOUSE,

42 & 44 KILBY STREET,

RETAIL STORE

77 Court, Cor. Brattle St.

BOSTON.

[C/^Head-quarters for those

WHO PURCHASE A GOOD ARTICLE.



GEO. W. EOBBINS,

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN




UMBEELLAS, PAEASOLS, & PARASOLETTS,

Of all varieties of style and quality, Wholesale and Retail.

Also, at this establishment may be found a complete as-
sortment of Walking Canes, Violins, Accordions, Violin
Strings, and other Musical Goods.

OLD UMBRELLAS NEW COVERED AND REPAmED.

STORE No. 83 COURT STREET, BOSTON.



J. M. SHERBURNE,

IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF




BUFFALO ROBES, &c.
No. 24 ELM STREET,



BOSTON.



Naturalization and General Passport

47 FEDERAL STREET,

NEARLY OPPOSITE BADLIEE'S BOOK STORE.



First Papers can be taken out in the U. S. Courts every
day, (Sundays excepted). Last Papers every Friday.

Passports furnished for California and Foreign countries.

N.B. — Powers of Attorney executed in German, French,
Danish and Swedish Languages, and forwarded to those
countries. (terms moderate.)



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CI-OTHING, ETC.



WARREN HAPGOOD

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL



H k (BMWIM WAB!



Merchant Tailoring Establisliment,

No. 18 DOCK SQUARE NEARLY OPPOSITE ELM ST.

An extensive and fashionable assortment of Furnishing Goods constantly on hand.



FASHIONABLE G OODS FOR GENT LEMEN'S WEAR.

LOTHROP & GODFREY,
123 WASHINGTON STREET,

ARE RECEIVING DAILY FROM N. VOUK AND OTUER SOURCES, A RICH AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF

BROADCLOTHS, OF ALL QUALITIES AND SHADES,

ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF

\}miim, m^i'im, mmm, mi) Simmm^

CASSIMERES AND DOESKINS,
TOGETHER WITH THE RICHEST COLLECTION OF \ESTL\GS

EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY.

Gents leaving orders with, us can depend npon receiving their Garments cut and made in
the latest and most approved style. It is enough for us to state, that the Cutting Department
is under the charge of MR. CHAIILES G. GODFREY, who has been known for the last five
years as a master of his profession. All Garments made by us are warranted to give perfect
satisfaction.

CHAS. G GODFREY,
A. B. LOTHROP.

CUTTING BEPAKTITIENT — Charles G. Godfrey, J. E. Cook, and
H. I>. Merritt.



THE LATEST

STYLES OF CLOTHS,

FOR

FALL AND WINTER WEAR,

OF THE BEST dUALITY,

JCST KECEIVED BY

GEO. N. NICHOLS,

96 Washington St., Up Stairs.

MR. NICHOLS has in his employ the be.st of workmen,
and is confident of his ability to afford those who may favor
him with their orders, entire satisfaction in the make and
price of every description of WEARING APPAREL. He
has just received New Fashions, from Paris and London.



LEYI L. GUSHING,




Rear No. 11 Brighton Street,

(ENTRANCE IN SECOND STREET,)

COMPOSITION ORNAMENTS,

And all kinds of Carving executed with neatness.

Farticalar attention paid to cutting patterns for castings.



CLOTHING.



29



DOCK SQUARE €I<0THII¥O WAREHOUSE.



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

CLOTHS, CASSI MERES, & TAILORS' TRIMMINGS.

ALSO A LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF

REIDY MIDE CLOTHING 11 FlISMSlflNI} GOODS,

29 & 30 Bock Square ^39 Exchange St. Boston.



CALROW i& COMPANY,




rCALRbW iCG WPA1« ™N W C«R^




Hanover, corner of Elm St.

Genteel READY-MADE and CUSTOM
CLOTHING, in every variety, manufac-
tured from every desirable style of Goods,
and "Will be sold at 20 per cent, less than
any other establishment in the city.




f^m r""^! HHT] pii^ Iff .1 iSi ^ ,1




HENRY W. STONE,
CIVIC, MILITARY, AND IVAVAL, TAIIiOR,

AND DEALER IN-
READY-MADE CLOTHING

Gentlemen's furnishing Goods, wholesale &/ retail,

HAYMARKET SQ,UARE,

Junction of Union and Blackstone Streets,

(Opposite the Boaton and Maine Railroad Depot,) IB © S IT (D Kf



JOHN EARLE, Jr. & Co.

No. 139 'Washington,

UP STAIRS



WILLIAM WALLIS,

IIECHAIT ^AltOE,

951 WASHINGTON STREET,

(Up stairs,)



JOHN F. LINCOLN,

MERCHANT TAILOR,

(Late of the firm of J. Earle, Jr. & Co.)

No. 95 1-3 Wasliiiigtoii Street,

UP STAIBS, Ig © S llJ ® 3^



30



ENGRAVING, VICES, ANVILS, ETC.






Hcsigncr ani arngtoucr

-ON —

116 AVasliington Street, . . . Boston.



.-^



.^^



J A M E S



ASSET,



MANUFACTURER OF



IMPKOVED PATENT VICES,

IVo. 165 Hai'i'isoii Aveuue.......Ncar the ISailroad Bridge Boston.



PATENT VICE.



COMMON VICE,




J. M.bcgs to call
attention to the
following — from
the "Mechanics"
Magazine," — re-
ferring to the Pa-
tent Improved
Vice : —

" This is a very simple and
important improvement in an
apparatus used by almost ev-
ery mechanic." — Mecha7iics'
Magazine.

Intended to show that whatever position the jaws of the Patent Vice are in, the strain is borne by all
parts of the shoulder equally, and kept in the centre of the box and pin.




ANVILS



iSBS




REPAIRED



Reasonable Terms.



DESIGNERS, ENGRAVERS, ETC.



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TAPPAN & BRADFORD'S

ENGRlViG & L1T1I0G8J

^0. 221 Washington Street,
PLATE PRINTING

EXECUTED IN A SUPERIOR MANNER.



N. BROWN,



ENGRAVER ON WOOD,
M 27 School Street,

IB (D i ^ (D If



HOLLIS & WHEELER,

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN

MATERIALS AND COLORS,

Used in all the various departments of Painting.

Oils, Tarnishes, Japans, Brushes, Glues, &c.

Steel Graining Combs, and Glass Medium,

59 Union Street,

ASAHEL WHEELER. } BOSTON.




BENJ. F. ALLEN,



(Room No. 25,)

No. 228 WASHINGTON,
CORNER OF SU.MER STREETS,



JOSEPH BRECK & Co.
Agricultural Warehousej

— AND —

eggs STiDIES,

Nos. 51 & 52 North Market St.

BOSTON.



32



PAPER HANGINGS, TYPES, PRINTING, etC.



JOSIAH F, BUMSTEAD.

134




^F-^ ^WASHINGTON St.



OPPOSITE

.i:t^'''rtiii SCHOOL STREET,



ji^wiHfWi



Manufacturer and Importer of



wkwwM mmmm^\



SAMUEL CURTIS'

Old establishment for the manufacture and sale of

LOOKING GLASSES & FRAMES,

— AND DEPOT OF —

LOOKING GLASS PLATES,

Removed to 123 Wasliiiigtoii St.

OPPOSITE WATER STREET.
Store formerly occupied by Lows, Ball ^ Poor.

II7» The most complete assortment of Glasses for city and
country trade always on hand. Kepairing as usual.
GILDING, in all its branches, plain and ornamental.



PRINTING TYPES, &c.



No. 52 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON.

Printers and Publishers, wishing to supply themselves with TYPE or any other PRINTING
MATERIALS, of the best and most fashionable kinds, at the lowest scale of prices, can always
find a wide range for selection in the assortment offered at this Establishment, which is particular-
ly well provided with the Scotch-cut Letter — a decided improvement upon type of the common
sort. The beautifully manufactured PITTSBURGH WOOD TYPE is also for sale at this Foundry.

Orders, small or large, promptly executed.

PHELPS &, DALTON,

Successors to S. N. Dickinson.



ARCADE CARD SALOON.




N. S. DEAllBORN.

No. 1 Water Street, and 12 Spring Lane,

BOSTON.

Great attention is paid to printing Cards for either Mar-
riage, Address, Visiting, or Business, so that the ink will re-
main firm on the Card, and not rub off.

Job Printing. Particular attention is given to this
branch. Bill Heads, Circulars, Billets, Hand Bills, &c. done
in neat style.

Card Engraving executed in a most beautiful man-
ner. Address, Marriage and Business Card Plates, done in
the first style of the art.

Copper Plate Printing. Cards printed from
Copperplate at short notice ; also, Maps, Heads, &c.

Door Plates all sizes, prices and qualities.

Emiiossing Work, done promptly.



NATHANIEL DEARBORN,



iKf®mA¥IiIE



n?)



ON COPPER, WOOD & BRASS,

104 Washington Street,

(First Chamber floor,)

Printer from Engraved Plates, Cards, &c..

And Job Printer with Types :
Billheads, Placards, Pamphlets, Cards, &c.



p\\ (V A-/? OM ^

'^'-|f^.^V630 TO \8i3




N. D. IS AUTHOK AND PUBLISHER OF



ca



It being an account of " that Village" from
its settlement in 1630 to 1847, 450 pages with 50
plates, price S\.5{i ; also, the American Text Book
for Letters, 48 engraved pages, price ^1.50 ; and
Quotations of Humor, AVit and Wisdom, 300 pages,
10 plates, 62ije. Mount Auburn Guide 46 cuts,
price 12^c. Revised and improved edition of A was
an Archer, 24 plates, 20c. Chess Player, price 75c.



PRINTING, CARD STOCK, ETC.



33



52 WASHINGTON STREET.

For many years Superintendent of the old DICKINSON PRINTING OFFICE, and Partner of the
Original Proprietor, is happy to tender his services to his old customers, at the OLD STAND,

No. 5'^ \¥A^miNGTON STREET,

WHERE, AS HERETOFORE,



WILL BE EXECUTED WITH PROMPTNESS AND FIDELITY.

Books, Pamphlets, Cards, from Type or Copperplate ; Circulars, Bill-lleads, and every
variety of Letter Press Work executed iu a style unsurpassed by any other House.



J. W. WILCOX,
iLECTROTYPER,

No. 152 Washington Street,



Eleclro-Stereotype Plates, Moulds k OrnameDtal Work,

MADE TO ORDER, AND

PEEFECT SATISFACTION WARRANTED.

Printing from Electro-Stereotype Plates nearly resembles
Copperplate Printing, and the Plates will wear ten times as
long as the Metal Stereotype.

Electro-stereotyping executed from Types, and Metal or
Wood Cuts.



E^GRAYINfi, LITHOGRAPHY,

AND PRINTING IN COLOES.
W. C. SHARP, lith. C. A. SWETT, Engrav.

251

Washington Street

©®©K [p[L<aTiii,
Views, Maps, Plans,

Circulars, Cards,

Seals, Door-Plates, &c.

neatly executed.




CHAKLES COOK,

AND

FUNERAL UNDERTAKER,

No. 17 Nassau Street.
COFFINS AND GRAVE CLOTHES FURNISHED,

.\nd any other services performed that may be desired.



Card Stock of Suijerior ftiiality,

IN SHEETS OE CUT TO ORDER,
AT THE liO^VEST PRICES; AliSO,

GLAZED & FANCY PAPERS.

ALL KINDS OP

CARD, JOB, AND FANCY PRINTING,

NEATLY EXECUTED.

A. W. HASKELL.
No. 4 WASHINGTON STREET.



Cheap Job Frliitiiig done on the




GOLD PENS.
WILMARTH & BROTHER,

MANUFACTURK AKD HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND

OF ALL SIZES AND KINDS.

Among others, the celebrated FRENCH FOUNTAIN
GOLD PEN, with DOUBLE EXTENSION Cases, all of
whicli are acknowledged to be the best now in use. Also,
our PATENT EUTHE.\N PEN HANDLE; and also all
kindti of ROUND Pen Handles, made of Cedar, with Silver,
(iermau Silver, and Steel Tips, and all kinds of Tips ; Silver
Pen and Pencil Cases, &c., &c., all of which we offer at
wholesale or retail.

21 CORNHILL, Up Stairs.



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SAWS, CORKS, MICA, ETC.



WELCH & GRIFFITHS,




WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,



SHINGLE,

Clap-Board
and LATH




MACHINES,



Supplied to order



AND



at short notice.



W. WELCH,
C. GRIFFITHS.



62 COHGHESS STREET,



HENSHAW & WOODROUGH,

(Successors to Fulton H. W. manufacturing Co.)

siiii]Kfior]FA(B^i3iEiimi m

&ABT BTME'Li SAWI

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,

NO. 36 CONGRESS STREET,



(^ Wholesale Dealers and Consumers are invited to call and examine our Stock.



HOLMES & CO.

MANDFACTUREUS OF

— A N D —

WHOLESALE &, EETAIL

DEALERS IN



S) ©





CORK SOLES OF EXTRA QUALITY,
67 Blackfltone, (near Hanover) Street,

p. HOLMES, I _




TO STOVE &< LANTEKN MANUFACTUEEES.

SHEET ISINGLASS OR MICA,

For Compass Cards, Signal, Bailie, Engine, Common,

and other Lanterns; Stove, Furnar.e Doors,

^c, Wholesale and Retail.

The above ai-ticle is superior to anj' thing ever Jised for
tlie aboTe purposes, on account of not brealting or burning,
but standing the most intense he:it

Also, for Mineralogists and others,

Elegant specimens of Mica, Feldspar, Crystaline, Quartz,^c.
Also. SAFETY LANTERNS, of various sizes, a very su-
perior article, warranted not to break by falliug, and are
decidedly the safest, cheapest and best of the kind iu use.
Constantly for sale on the most reasonable terms, at No. 31
UNION STREET, Boston.

GEORGE H. RUGGLffi.

N. B. The iBingisss or Mioi will be out to any reasonable siM if loqueaWd. All
nAoTj for the article promptly attended to, and thankfully received.



BOOTS AND SHOES, DAGUERREOTYPES, ETC.



35





STORE,

180 WASHINGTON ST.

At this establishment may be found an extensive
assortment of Boots and Shoes of every variety, for
Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses, Boys, and Children, at
prices and quality which cannot fail to give satisfaction.

HENRY "WEIf ZELL,

No. 180 WASHINGTON STEEET.



^-=^^- This Store was established by Mr. Isaac Williams, A.D. 1824.

x- — —



OLIVER E. AYERS,



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in



Nos. 63 Hanover & 27 TTnion Sts.



THE ONLY FIRST PREMIUMS.
Two Silver Medals for the best Miniatures ^ Plates.

SOUTHWORTKTist HAWES.

DAGUERREOTYPE ROOMS,

JVo. 51 Tresnont Row,

[email protected]©iKio



J. A. whipple7™

Has made the Art of Daguerreotyping his constant study and practice since its very first discovery; and he tenders
his services to the public, assuring them that it is now so improved that

He has successfully applied steam power to the preparation of the plates, which enables hira to make family
groups on the largest plates .as perfect as the ordinary sizes. He has just secured Letters Patent for a process for
making Daguerreotypes IN THE STYLE OF CKAYON DRAWINGS, thereby entirely removing the set and stiff
look to which the usual Daguerreotype is liable.

His Exhibition Room is open to the public, and all are invited to call and examine specimens. In his collection,
he has one large plate, GOV. BRIGGS AND IIIS COUNCIL, on another Mayor Quincy and Board of Aldermen
beside many family groups, and an excellent DAGUERREOTYPE OF POWERS' GREEK SLAVE. Also, many of
our best and most distinguished citizens. KI7='Perfect likenesses are taken of the youngest children.

ROOITIS, 96 W&SHINGTON STREET.



BENJ. F, COOKE,

ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,

Sears' Block, No. CS Court Street,



(CORNER OP CORNHILL.)



r^^si'OHo



p. STEPHENSON,



NO. 5 1-3 TREMONT ROW.



POLLARD'S BOSTOIV EXPRESS.

Mr. P. having faithful and active men employed, the
public may rely upon having all business entrusted to his
care attended to with integrity He h;u^ wagons ready to
convey baggage or merchandize to any part of the city or
tlie adjoining towns, on application at his office at the

RAILROAD EXCHANGE. COURT SQUARE.

[C7="Convt'yance to South Roston twice a day ; orders should
be left before lOj^ ocloclc A.M. and before 5 o'clock P.M.

Also, RuUetins for posting Notices of Articles Lost and
Found, Concerts, Lectures, &c.



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RESTORATORS, TRUSSES, ETC.



JOHN E. CADMUS,
Gentlemen's Hair Dresser,

LATE OF TUE REVERE HOUSE.
Also, inventor and proprietor of tlie celebrated

PREPARED FOR

Beautifying, Cleansing &o Cultivating the growth
of the Human Hair.

No. 99 Court, corner of Hanover St.
Wigs, Toiipees, Hair Work, Perfumery, &c.



H. W. WILLIAMS, M.D.

No. 10 Essex Street.

DISEASES OF THE EYE.



HERNIA CURED,

By Doctor J. W. Plielp8» Spiral Trusses.

The innumerable instances of the radic-
al cure of Hernia by the use of the above
instruments within a few years past, have
given them such a preference, that no



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