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Keep constantly on hand, and offer for sale, at manufacturers' prices, a large and very desirable stock of PAPERS; comprising a complete assortment, suited to the wants of dealers and consumers in all sections of the country.

Having the exclusive agency of several of the largest and best Mills in New England, we are able to supply Pub. LISHEBS with fine and superfine Book PAPERS, of every size and weight, in any quantity, and at short notice.

Book Papers.

Writing Papers. MEDIUMS, ROYALS, DOUBLE MEDIUMS, Imperial, Super-Royals, and Royals.

and all the special sizes and quali: Mediums of various qualities.
ties used by book publishers.

Demy
COLORED Mediums, Royals, Double Me- Blue and White Folio Post.

dium & Double Cap, glazed or plain. Flat Cape, blue and white. SIZED Papers, for Maps, Card Surfaces, Cut Caps, plain and ruled. and for coloring.

Packet Post, ruled and plain.
EXTRA THICE Papers, for Factory Quarto Post,

Goods, Log Paper, Printers' Press Bath Post,
Boards, Bonnet Boards, &c. Commercial Note Papers.
NEWSPAPER of all sizes, in special lots Bill Paper, wide or long.

or by contract.

Envelope, Wrapping Papers,

Etc.
Hubbard's Bank Envelope.
Post Office Envelopa, in variety.
Manilla and Junk Papers, of all sizes

and wrights.
White Wrapping and Shoe Paper.
Hubbard': Bloring Papers.
Tissue Paporn, English and American,

all colors.
Binders' Boards, a superior article fur

fine works Straw Boarde.

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Book Publishers, Prioters, Map Publishers, Card Manufacturers, and other consumers of Paper, can be supplied with any article wanted.

PAPER MANUFACTURERS are invited to examine our stock of Rags, Fourdrinier Wires, (of English, French, and American manufacture,) Feltings, Bleacbing Powders, Alum, Lard Oil, Ultra-marine, Soda Ash, Vitriol, White Rosin, &c.

All orders will receive prompt and faithful attention, and be filled at as low prices as by any house in the United States; and all papers will be delivered at vessel, or railroad station, free of charge.

W. M. SHUTE & SON,

IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF

HATS, CAPS, AND FURS,

173 and 175 Washington Street, .... Boston.

ESTABLISHED IN 1838.

MANUFACTURERS OP ALL KINDS OF

MESSINGER & BROTHER, S E W I N G SILK.

Twist, Saddlers', Embroidery, Fringe, and Floss Silks.

ALSO,

SILK AND TWIST, EXPRESSLY FOR SEWING MACHINES.

Foreign and Domestic Sewings by the Case. 19 MILK STREET,

BOSTON. (MILLS AT CANTON, MASS.)

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V. A. MESSINGER.

V. J. MESSINGER.

HERE YOU MAY RANGE THE WORLD

NEWELL HARDING & CO.,

(Established in 1821,]

T. 0. H. P. BURNHAM, No. 143 Washington Street,

WITH THE MAGIC OF

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EIL, ATION AND SOLITUDE OF THEIR WEARY MOMENTS

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(OPPOSITE THE OLD SOUTI CHURCH,) Senior partner of the late well-known firm of BURXH AM BROTHERS, CORNHILL.

His stock comprises upwards of 200,000 VOLUMES,

Both Ancient and Modern, to which he is constantly making additions from

Libraries, Auction, Importation, &c. Always on hand, and for sale at the lowest prices, the most important publications in all the various dipartments of literature,

en bracing works on TAEOLOGY, HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY, VOYAGES AND TRAVELS,

NATURAL HISTORY, ARCHI

TECTURE, AGRICULTURE,
Early Printed, Curious, and Rare

B O O KS.
Also, Law, Medical, Classical, Scientific, Foreigo,

College, School, & Miscellaneous Books. Particular attention paid to supplying Col. leges, Seinaries, Schools, and Public Libraries.

Libraries and Parcels of Books purchased for ready money, and Books exchanged on lib. eral terms.

BOOK; PLUNGE INTO

SILVER PLATE & SPOON

SCENES OF

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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN

LEATHER AND

AND FINDINGS. BROOKS & MECUEN, SHOE FINDINGS, MANUFACTURERS OF LEATHER,

No. 107 Milk Street, Boston.

AND

Constantly on hand, all the various Machines used by the Trade, such as Sole-Cutting Machines ; Rolling-Mills; Crimping Machlies; Split'ing, Rubbing, and Turning Machines: Punching and Eyeleting Machines, &c.

Orders received by Mail or Express will meet with prompt attention.

SUCH

AB

FINE OARD ENGRAVIING, INVITATION CARDS, “ RECEPTION," AT HOME,” AND “ CHURCH

BILLETS” FOR WEDDINGS,
Together with various kinds and styles of Cards for visiting purposes, all of which shall be

ENGRAVED IN THE MOST FASHIONABLE MANNER.

CONSTANTLY ON HAND,

A CHOICE VARIETY OF WEDDING ENVELOPES, CAKE BOXES, &C.

Also, Mourning and Colored Cards.
E. A.
A. T E

TE U L O N,

CARD ENGRAVER, No. 323 Washington Street,

BOSTON. (In Amory Hall Building, up one flight of stairs,) 328 (Corner of West and WASHINGTON STREETS.)

GEORGE MERRILL, COMMISSION MERCHANT, SOLE AGENT, 18 South Market & 18 Chatham Sts.,

BOSTON, MASS,
Sole Agent in New England for
MASON'S

CHALLENGE

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BLACKING

CHALLENGE BLACKING.

A supply of all sizes, and in assorted packages, is kept on hand, and is offered for sale by Wholesale

only, at the Manufacturer's Lowest PREPARED BY

Prices. The attention of experters is invited to 138 & 140 N FRONT ST PHILADA.

this superior article. In n any foreign markets it is well klown and approved of, and is now offered at very low prices. It will be put up in packages to order, and labelled in the Spanish, French, and English languages. Orders are solicited, both for

home consumption and exportation. TO STOVE AND LANTERN MANUFACTURERS.

SHEET ISINGLASS OR MICA,

For Compass Cards, lanterns of all kinds, Stove and Furnace Doors, Ambroty pes, Photographs, Engraving,

Lithographing, Chemical Purposes, &c., AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. The above article is superior to anything ever used for the above purposes, on account of not breaking or burning, but standing the most intense heat Constantly for sale, at wholesale or retail, on the most reasonable terms. Also, Safety Lanterns and Safety Lamps, of various sizes, -a very superior article,- for sale as above at

No. 21 Union St., up stairs, Boston, Mass., by GEORGE H. RUGGLES.

C. & A. SPRING,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURERS OF

SEWING - MACHINE

NEEDLES,

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. No. 17 HARVARD PLACE, op. Old South Church, BOSTON, MASS. N. B.-Robinson & Roper's PISTONS AND NEEDLES always on hand. Needles sent by mail upon receipt of money with the order. They can also be had at JOHN HOLMES & CO.'S, No. 17 Tremont Row, Boston. CHAS. SPRING.

ANDREW SPRING. GEO. SILSBEE HALE,

P. H. WALKER & CO.

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FOR THE STATES OF

DEPOSITIONS, ACKNOWLEDGMENTS, &C.

SCALES,

No. 3 Faneuil Hall Square, New York, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Where they will keep, in addition to their usual stock, s Virginia, Texas, and California.

fine assortment of HARDWARE and SPORTING APPA

RATUS. The usual variety of Tinware, Plated and Cast Office, No. 4 Court Street,

Steel Knives, Butchers' and Store Tools, constantly on band. Scales purchased at this store are warranted cor

rect. (UP STAIRS,)

BOSTON.
P. H. WALKER.

J. S. TROWBRIDGE.
J. ROSEN BU S H,
Successor to L. SRISHEIM,

(successors to F. A. STEELE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN

COPP & PEAR,

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OPTICIAN,
FASHIONABLE UPHOLSTERY GOODS

,
1723 Main St.,
WORCESTER,

WINDOW SHADES, &C.

371 WASHINGTON ST., MASS.

Under the Adams House,
Manufacturer and Importer of Spectacles
and Opriral Instruments at Wholesale and

BOSTON.
Retail. Glasses of the following qualities, as Crown, Peb-
ble, Crystal and Flint, for the near, far and weak sighted,
adapted after an examination of the eye, with guarantee

Gold Bordered and other Window Shades, Shade Lioen, of satisfaction for five years. He keeps constantly on Patches, Hollands, Fixtures and Trimmings, Broestelle hand a fine selection of Gold, Silver, Shell, and Steel Špec- Damasks, Muslin and Lice Curtains, Cornices, Bands, tacles, Eye-Glasses, Microscopes, Telescopes, &c., &c.,

or Pins, Black Walnut Poles, &c., &c. will make the same to order. Prices of Spectacles, from

DRAPERY CURTAINS of every description made and 25 cents to $15 per pair. P. S.—Glasses set to your own put up in the best manner. Furniture of all kinds neatly frames at low rates. Artificial Eyes made and inserted to repaired, upholstered, and re-covered. order.

Also, Agent for BRAY's Patent SPRING SHADE FIXTURE.

THE BOSTON MEDICAL & SURGICAL JOURNAL

For more than twenty-five years the only weekly Medical Journal in the United Stales. This well-known and long-established Periodical enters upon its Sixty-sixth volume in February, 1862. It will be issued weekly,

as heretofore, from the office of publication, 334 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. Its editorial management is now in the hands of F. E. OLIVER, M. D., formerly Secretary of the Boston Society for Medical Improvement, and 8. L. ABBOTT, M. D., one of the Physicians at the Massachusetts General Hospital. Aid is also freely given by many of the leading Physicians of Boston, and contributions are received from eminent members of the profession in other parts of the country. Its contents, though mainly of a practical character, are intended to be sufficiently varied to make its weekly visits interesting as well as useful to the medical practitioner

Among the improvements which have been recently introduced, may be mentioned the publication in its pages of a Series of Lectures by Prof. John Ware, on General Therapeutics, delivered at the Massachusetts Medical College, and the reports of the more important cases occurring at the Massachusetts General Hospital. All the Medical and Surgical Reports made to the Boston Society for Medical Improvement are inserted in the Journal," and also the more in. teresting cases and reports from other Medical Associations in Boston and its vicinity.

There are two volumes in a year, commencing in February and August, -each comprising over 500 octavo pages. The price is THREE DOLLARS a year, payable in advance. Previous numbers of the current volume furnished, and back volumes also supplied, at a liberal discount.

DAVID CLAPP, Publisher.

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C. PATCH & CO.,

Manufacturers of Sewing Machine NEEDLES AND SHUTTLES,

DEALERS IN

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SILK, TWIST, THREAD, BOBBINS, SCREW-DRIVERS, HEMMING GAUGES, OIL CANS, OIL,

AND EVERY VARIETY OF

SEWING MACHINE TRIMMINGS. Principal Office, 191 Washington Street,

Boston. MANUFACTORY, HAYMARKET SQUARE, COR. OF CHARLESTOWN ST.

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JOSIAH L. FAIRBANKS, STATIONER AND ACCOUNT BOOK MANUFACTURER,

No. 136 Washington Street, Boston. FIRST-CLASS ENGLISH, FRENCH, & AMERICAN WRITING PAPERS

Constantly on hand, for the supplying of COURTS, OFFICES, BANKS, CORPORATIONS, MERCHANTS, AND OTHERS. Account Books of all kinds, Counting House Stationery, Desk Furniture, Penknives and Scissors, Engrossing Parch.

ment, Gold Peps, Leather Goods, &c., &c.

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GREAT OLLETION OF FRUIT TREES.

HOVEY & COMPANY,
No. 23 Kilby Street,

Boston,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN

SEIDS, TRIES, PLANTS, AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &C.

Invite the attention of Cultivators of Choice Fruits to their very extensive collection of Fruit Trees of all kinds. One hundred thousand Pear Trees are now offered for sale, embracing all the popular, proved, and well-known sorts. Trees of all sizes, from one to seven years, both upon the Quince and Pear Stock, many of them in a bearing state. Two hundred varieties of Apples; all the finest sorts of Cherries, Plums, Peaches, Apricots, Nectarines, Quinces, Grapes, Strawberries, Raspberries, Currants, Gooseberries, &c., &c. Also, an immense collection of Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, and Evergreens. Two hundred varieties of the choicest Roses; and a very extensive assortment of Greenhouse and out-door Plants, embracing Camelias, Azaleas, Geraniums, Verbenas, Chrysanthemums, Pansies, Phloxes, Carnations, Lilies, &c., &c. with a large variety of Dutch Bulbous Flower Roots, Dahlias, &c. H. & CO. also publish the

MAGAZINE OF HORTICULTURE,”

Devoted to the Interests of Gardening. Monthly, at $2 a year. PT A large stock of all kinds of SEEDS constantly on hand. Catalogues, gratis, on application. Seeds, Troos, and Plants packed so as to go safely to all parts of the country.

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