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EXTENSION UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
A large assortment of these new and splendid articles may be found at
JOS E P H
L Y O N’s,
No. 25 Winter Street, Boston.
Also, a good stock of
UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, AND CANES.
Umbrellas and Parasols re-covered and repaired. Parasols of all styles made to order.
ALLEN & ENDICOTT,
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS WAGON AXLES, WINDLASS NECKS,
Ships' Water Tanks, Gas-Holders, CONNECTING RODS, CAPSTAN SPINDLES, HALF
PATENT AXLES, CROWBARS, AND FORGING. Iron Roofs, Kettle-Curbs, Shaft
ALSO, CAR-WHEELS, PIANO-FORTE PLATES, ing and Pulleys, and Ma
BUILDING FRONTS, COLUMNS, & CASTchinery of all kinds.
INGS OF ALL KINDS, IN GREEN
OR DRY SAND.
t's} Cambridgeport, Mass. No. 33 FULTON ST., BOSTON, Omce in Boston at No. 5 Liberty Square.
OR AT THE WORKS.
ORDERS MAY BE LEFT AT
GEORGE BLAKE, MECHANICAL DRAUGHTSMAN
Particular attention paid to making Patterns for Iron-Works for Buildiogs.
SILSBEE, CASE & CO., PHOTOGRAPHIC AND DAGUERRBOTY?B ARIAS
PHOTOGRAPHS OF ALL STYLES,
From MINIATURE to LIFE SIZE, and finished in INDIA INK, OIL, WATER, and PASTILE COLORS.
Our Rooms are at
AND UP ONE
J. G. CASE.
2994 Washington Street, (PLIGHT OF STAIRS)
Boston. G. M. SILSBEE.
WM. H. GETCHELL. N. B. – Duplicate Photographs can be obtained at any time. Also, we are paying particular attention to the very popular picture " Carte de Visite."
WAITT'S ELASTIC CEMENT.
28 Devonshire Stree", Bostoa.
28 Devonshire Street, Boston.
The subscriber would call the attention of the public to a superior article of Elastic Cement, manu
factured by him, for Pointing Wood, Brick, Stone & Iron Work
And, in fact, to render all places
For sale, in large or small quantities, at
And at the Factory, No. 288 Main Street,
E. L. WAITT.
MARBLE AND BROWN-STONE WORKS.
MARBLE MANTELS; BUREAU, TABLE, AND WASHBOWL TOPS.
FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
BOSTON ROOFING Co. Bailey's Improved Roofing Felt and Composition
ONLY MANUFACTURERS OF
BAILEY'S IMPROVED FELTED CLOTH AND CEMENT ROOFING ; Dry and Tarred Sheathing Paper; Refined and Crude Benzole ar Naphtha; Light Oil ; Dead Oil ; Cumole Iron Varnish, &c., &c.
OFFICE, 403 BROAD STREET, BOSTON, D. W. BAILEY,
Between Summer and
BAGS! BAGS!! BAGS!!! BAGS!!!
J. H. BOWKER, JR., & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAGS,
All sizes and qualities, for Grain, Flour, Groats, Hams, Grocers' use Buckwheat, Hominy, Salt, Shot, Coffee, Gum, Seeds, Spices, etc.,
67 CHARLESTOWN ST., & 14 CITY WHARF, BOSTON. J. H. B. Jr. & Co. are prepared to Print Bags in two or more colors, to suit the trade. Plain Sewing execute wich dispatch. Also, Seamless Bigs of a superior quality. THOMAS A. CAREW,
and Brattle Square,
Original designs for Monumental Work, Public and Private Testimonials, Statues, Busts, Meda'lions, Cameos, &c., in foreign or domestic Marble, Stone, Gravite, Bronze, &c., carefully executed, and sent to any part of the U.S.
FRENCH FANCY DYER MARBLE & STONE
STEAM SCOURIR, No. 150 Washington St.,
United States and Foreign Patent Agency, - - - 13 Exchange St., Boston
SAMUEL COOPER, Late Chief Examiner in the U.S. Patent Office, procures Patents in this and Foreign Countries. His long official connection with the Patent Office has rendered him familiar with its rules and practice, and with the history o invention in this and other countries ; and this experience, with the frequent visits which he proposes making to the Patent Office justifies him in saying that his Ageney will offer to inventors all the advantages of one located in Washington, and, in addition those which result from a residence in the midst of mechanical and manufacturing industry. Advice
given upon all matters relating to the validity, &c., of patents, the novelty and patentability of inventions ; Specification and Drawings prepared ; Caveats filed : Re-considerations procured of applications that have been rejected upon imperfectly pre pared papers : Cases of interference, and applications for extension and re-issue, prosecuted ; and, in general, all business connected with the Patent Office transacted with care and promptness. British and other foreign patents procured through prompt and confidential agents in London and Paris,
Persons residing at a distance may obtain all necessary information, and have their business transacted, by writing to the subscriber, without the trouble and expense of a visit to Washington. He begs leave to refer those unacquainted with him to the following testimonials :From the Hon. CHARLES MASON, Commissioner of Patents.
U. S. PATENT OFFICE, FEB. 28, 1855. I take great pleasure in stating, that, during the time I have been acting as Commissioner of Patents, Samuel Cooper, Esq., o Boston, has been engaged as Solicitor, and has been, in that capacity, in constant correspondence and intercourse with the Office He has evinced a thorough acquaintance with the Patent Law, and with the rules and practice of the Office ; a close attention to the interests of his clients; and a marked candor and courtesy that have rendered the transaction of business with him a pleasure. have no hesitation in stating that I regard him as one of the very best agents for the transaction of business with this office with whom I am acquainted.
CHARLES MASON, Commissioner. From the Examiners in the Patent Once. The undersigned, Principal and Assistant Examiners in the United States Patent Office, have for several years been wel acquainted with Mr. Samuel Cooper, lately a Principal Examiner in this Office, and take pleasure in stating that he is a gentlemar of the highest moral character, of unquestioned knowledge in the business and practice of the Office, and that his scientific attainments are such as eminently fit him for the business in which he is about to engage.
HENRY R. RENWICK, Principal
F. SOUTHGATE SMITH,
Examiners, Late Principal Examiner of Patents.
J. H. LANE,
Thos. T. EVERETT,
Examiners. Wu, CUAUNCY LANGDON,
[Established 1834.] AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE, 68 TREMONT STREET, - - BOSTON,
Where can be found a large assortment of DR.PHELPS TRUSSES
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Braces,
ALL KINDS OF DEFORMITIES. The above instruments are used in the Massachusetts General Hospital, and are recommended by the most eminent Physicians and Surgeons in this country and in Europe.
JOHN PORTER CO., PORTER'S PATENT BURNING FLUID,
GAS & STEAM PIPE FITTER,
AND DEALER IN
AND OTHER COAL OILS. ALSO, LUBRICATING COAL OIL. 59 KILBY, cor. Water St., (Liberty Sqr.,) BOSTON. J. PORTER.
J. A. GOULD. CHARLES RIVER IRON WORKS, EDMUND P. NORCROSS,
All kinds of Fixtures and Burners.
Butler's Patent Crude Rosin and Coal Oil Gas
Works, put up and warranted to be Repairing done at the shortest notice. All work executed
the best now in use. in the best style. EDWARD KENDALL
28 DEVONSHIRE STREET, Shop reached by Horse-cars from Revere House, Boston, every five minutes.
BOSTON. A. NEWHALL & CO.,
J. E. RICE,
ALSO, AGENT FOR
PIANO-TORTE GLASS CUTTER,
No. 106 Congress Street, MAKERS,
BOSTON. No. 563 Tremont Street,
Constantly on hand, an assortment of Gas and Solar BOSTON.
Shades of every description, of the latest and newest pattern styles, cut at lowest manufacturers' prices. Kerosene
Lamps, plain and cut, of all sizes and shapes. Chimneys, Second-Hand Piano-Fortes taken in Exchange for New. Poniente de mandaplain.
Emblems and Initials engraved on all kinds of Glass
ware and R. R. Lanterne. PIANOS REPAIRED, TUNED, & TO LET.
All Jobbing done at the shortest notice, and lowest
prices. Particular attention paid to cutting and furnishOrders by mail promptly attended to.
ing Gas Shades.
J. PIERPONT COLLINS, MERCHANT TAILOR,
2 65 WASHINGTON STREET,
(NEARLY OPPOSITE SUMMER,)
BOSTON. IMPROVED SYSTEM OF PANT-MAKING. Of late years much attention has been paid to this particular branch of the tailoring business, as nothing gives a man so good an appearance as a well-fitting pair of pants. Mr. Collins was one of the first to turn his attention to this important branch of the business, and after much study invented a system of pant-cutting which is unrivalled for its perfection. But while his energies have been looking in this direction, he has not neglected all the other branches so essential to the successful carrying on of å first-class tailoring establishment, and may certainly be considered A, No. 1.
COUNSELLORS AND COLLECTING
and British Provinces.
Also, Claims prosecuted against United States FALL RIVER.
Our facilities for accuracy and efficiency in making Where he may be found prepared to attend to
collections are unsurpassed.
Commissioners for other States. Any Work in the Dental Profession.
No. 17 State Street,
Boston. ALL WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE SATIS
No. 7 Wall Street,
DANIEL B. POND.
CHASE & CO.,
BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, NEWSPAPER MATTER,
WORK, DONE IN
Matter from any office can be readily duplicated in Stereotype,
as low quadrats, spaces and leads are used. Jobs Stereotyped or TERMS, CASH.
Electrotyped on wooden or solid bodies.