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VOL. VI.
WORCESTER DAILY SPY:
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT
213 Main Street, (Butman Row,) Worcester,
JOHN MILTON EARLE,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
terms.
The price of THE DAILY SPY is Three Dollars per
annum,or Seventy-five Cents perquarter, if paid strictly
in advance.
THE MASSACHUSETTS SPY
is published weekly at the same Office. Terms—sl.7s in
advance, or $2 if not paid in advance.
Worcester and Nashua Railroad.
Change of Summer Arrangement — commencing
Auguet 7th, 1850.
ssw
PASSENGER TRAINS will run as follows :
Leave Arrive nt Groton Nashua and
Worcester at Junction at Lowell at
6.45 a.m. 8.15a.rn. 9.00 a.m.
12 30 p.m. 1.45 p.m.
4.10 p.m. 5.35 p.m. 6.15 & 7 p.m.
Leave Arrive at Groton
Nashua and Lowell Junction, Worcester,
7.30 a.m. 7.20 a.m. 8.15 a.m. 9.45 a.m.
11.30 am. 11 30 a.m. 12.30 p.m. 2.00 p.m.
a3O p.m. 5.15 p.m. 6.15 p.m. 7.05 p.m.
FITCHBURG AND WORCESTER TRAINS.
Leave Worcester at 6.45 and 11 a. m., and 4.10 p. m.
Leave Fitchburg at 8.15 a.m., and 12.30 and 5.45 p. m.
FREIGHT TRAINS run daily each way between Wor
cester, Groton Junction, Nashua, Lowell and Fitchburg
At Worcester— -the 6.45 a. m . train connects with Nor and
w or. St. Bt. train from New York ; Morning, and Midday
train of the Bos. and Wor , Prov. and Wor., Nor. and Won,
•nd W. R. R., connect with the 11 A.M. and 4.30 P.M. trains
iron* Worcester.
Groton Junction —trains arrive simultaneously at 8.15
A. M., 12 30 and 6 P. M. from Worcester, Nashua, Boston,
I itchburg, Lowell, West Townsend, and depart simultane
ously for the above named places at 8.15 a.m.,12.30 A 6 p.m.
At Nashua —Trains arriving from Worcester at 9 A M.
and 1.45 P. M. connect with upward trains of the Concord
and Wilton Rail Roads. TJiose leaving Nashua at 7.30 anti
11.30 A. M. connect with downward trains of the Concord
and Wilton Railroads.
ECFThis road forms the cheapest and most expeditious
channel of communication for Freight and Passengers be
tween New York City, the southern and southwestern por
tions of New England (including the line of the Western R.
Road), and Lowell, Lawrence, and Portland—Nashua, Man
chester, Concord, and all places in the vicinity of the Con
cord. Boston, Concord and Montreal, Northern, & Pnssump
sic R. Roads, and Vt. Central R. Road, upward from White
River Junction—Also, to all places on the line of the Fitch
burg, Vt and Mass., Cheshire, Sullhan and Vt. Central R.
Road from Windsor, and Passumpsic R.R. from White River
Junction.
XT Fare from Nashua to New York $3 and $2 50-, from
Nashua to Providence S2j from Lowell to Providence $1,75;
from Lowell to New York, $3 and $2 75; from Worcester tv
Brattleboro’ $2 50, Worcester and Greenfield, $2,25
J. W. STOWELL,
Worcester, Aug. 7, 1850. dwU Supt.
Norwich and Worcester flail Road.
Jirrangeinetit Commencing April 15, 1850.
PASSENGER TRAINS.
Leave Worcester at 6.00 10.80 a.m. and 4.30 p.m.
Arrive at Norwich at y.OO a.m. 1.30 and 7.30 p.m.
[.Leave Norwich at 6.30 a.m. 12 00 m. and 5.00 p.m.
Arrive in Worcester at 9,45 a.m. 3,0 U and 8.45 p.m.
The 6 am. Train from Wed. will arrive at Norwich in
time to connect with the Line for N. London, Greenport,
and N. Y., via Steamer Alice and the Long Island R. R
Also for Willimantic, Hartford, N Haven and N. Y., via
N. Haven and N. York R R.
The 10 30 a.m train from Wor. will leave after the arrival
of the Boston Worcester, Wor & Nashua, Western, and
Providence R Roads, and arrive at Norwich in time to con
nect with the trains for N London, Stonington, Providence,
Willimantic, Hartford and N Haven, reaching each of these
places the same day.
The 4.30 p.m. train from Wor. will leave after the arrival
of the afternoon trains into that place, taking passengers to
N Y by the Evening Line of Steamboats, arriving there
• arly the following morning.
The 6.30 a.m. tiain from Norwich will take passengers ar
riving by the Evening Boats from N Y., and arrive at Wor
in time to connect with the Morning Trains of the Boston &
Wor., Wor. &. Nashua, Western, and Prov. A Wor. R R.
The 12 m train from Norwich leaves after the arrival of
the trains from N Haven, Hartford, Willimantic. N London,
Stonington and Prov., reaching Wor. at 3 p.m., in time to
connect with the afternoon trains from that place.
The 5 30 p.m. train from Norwich leaves after the arrival
of the train from N Y., via Greenport and N. London: also
from Hartford, N. Haven, and Willimantic, reaching Woi.
hi time for the Evening train to Boston.
Passengers taking the 6 a.m. train from Wor. can visit
Greenport by Steamer Alice, and return the same Evening
STEAM BOAT TRAIN.
The Steamboat train will leave Allyn’s Point every morn
mg except Monday, at about 1 o’clock, for Boston direct.
Returning, will leave Wor. every Evening except Sunday,
t 7.05.
FREIGHT TRAINS— leave Worcester at 6| a.m., and
Norwich at 91 a.m.—(Daily, Sundays excepted.)
XT Express Freight leaves Boston at 12 in., arriving in
New York next morning.
Ail Baggage must be delivered to the Baggage Master or
•ther person authorized to receive it before the Passenger
takes his seat in the. cars.
Baggage will not be taken to include money, merchai diz •,
aor othsr articles than those of personal use; and when of
iigher value than Fifty Dollars, notice must be given of that
het, and an extra price paid, or the Company will not hold
tself liable beyond that amount.
No baggage permitted in the Passenger Cars.
No smoking permitted in the Passenger Cars or Depot.
Passengers must procure Tickets at the Station Oilices.
JOEL W. WHITE, President
April 24 dwtf N. & W. R. R.
riovidence and Worcester Railroad.
CHANGE OF BUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
On and after June 3d, 1850,
TRAINS
Leave Worcester at 7 and 11 a.m. and 4.10 p m.
Leave Providence at 7.30 and 11.30 am. and 4 p.m.
THE THROUGH TRAINS CONNECT lit Millville with
coaches for Sistersville and Naaonville; at Uxbridge with
coaches for Milford mid Mendon; At Whitins witli coaches
for East Douglas and Whitinsville; at Farnums with coaches
for Grafton Centre, N. E. Village and Upton; at Worcester
with trains of Western R. Road and Norwich and W. R.R.,
and Wore, and Nashua R. R.
At Waterford with trains of Norfolk County Railroad for
and from Boston, Dedham, ic.
Passengers by the 7.30 trains from Providence can arrive
in New York, via New Haven, the same evening.
The 11.30 trains connect at Worcester with the Express
Train for New York, whicli leaves Worcester nt 4 P. M.
The 11 A.M. train connects at Providence with trains for
Boston, Taunton, Fall River, etc.
The 4.10 train connects at Providence with the Boston and
N Y. Steamboat train for New York.
trTke 7.30 and 11 A.M. trains do not stop at Hamlet.
rwThe 4 and 1.10 P. M. trains do not stop al Ashton or
Hillel ISAAC H SOUTHWICK, Supt.
May 29, 1850.
Boston and Worcester Railroad.
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ragi.;.i , “-insy 4
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
PASSENGER TRAINS FOR BOSTON, as follows:
Leave Worcester (at about 4) at 7* 10.25 a.m., 3.35,3.45 * 101
“ Millbury 6.45 1 3.30 p.m.
“ Milford at 6.30 1.15
“ Btxonville at 7.40 4.3 a
u Newton at 6.30 and 9 .>,!.> & 8
u Brookline nt 6.40,75, 8$ & 10J a*m.,l|,3|,s], 7& 9 “
TRAINS FROM BOSTON leave as follows:
For Worcester at 7.30 and 8 a.m., 12 30, 2,30, 4, A 5.30 p.tn
“ Millbury al « " 1
“ Milford at 8.-15 a.m. 5 (
“ Kma/' 7.35 - 3.30, 6.45 and 9.15 «
« Brookline at 7,81 &91a m . 12*, 2}, 43,6*, 7j A9J “
KT For further particulars see
* 27 dwtf G. 1 n IviihLL, Sup l.
Worcester Wito Sjm
WORCEST ER, THUR SDA ¥, SEPTE MB E R 19, 1850.
NEWPORT Via PROVIDENCE.
On and after J une 17,1850, w
the J~
STEAMER PERRY, ISSBO&b
CAPTAIN WOOLSEY, will run between Providence and
Newport, connecting twice each wav each dav with trains of
PROVIDENCE & WORCESTER RAILROAD,
as follows:
Leave Newport at 5 A. M. and 1.45 P. M.
Leave Providence at 9.30 A. M. and 6.15 P. M. or on ar
rival of trains from Worcester and Boston.
O’ Passengers may procure through tickets at Railroad
stations of New York and New Haven Railroad New York;
of Western Railroad Albany, or Providence and Worcester
Railroad Worcester.
I ARE.—New York and Newport, via New Haven
Hartlord, Springfield and Worcester, $5.50
Albany and Newport, via Springfield and Worcester, 5.50
Worcester and Newport, 1.50
Passengers may leave New York by 8 A. M. train and
arrive in Newport the same evening ; or leave New York
by 3 P. M. train, sleep at Worcester, and arrive at Newport
next noon; or may leave Albany m the morning and arrive
111 Newport the same evening; or may sleep at Worcester,
and arrive at Newport next noon; or leave Saratoga in the
forenoon, dine at Albany, sleep at Springfield, and arrive in
Newport evening of next day ; or leave Springfield at 8.15
A. M. dine in Providence, and arrive in Newport same
evening.
Passengers from Worcester will take the 7A. M. and 4.10
P. M. trains to avoid delay, or take the 11 A. M. train and
dine in Providence.
An examination of Goldthwaite’s Railroad Map will clear*
ly show the eligibility of this route to those travelling from
New York or Central New England to Newport.
Passengers and Baggage conveyed fiee of charge between
Boat and Railroad station in Providence.
ISAAC IL SOUTHWICK, Supt. P. W& . Railroad.
Junel9.
A DIMS <&CO’S.
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and
CALIFORNIA EXPRESS.
A& CO forward Goods, Parcels, Money,
-c., and make collections on Norwich,
New York, Philadelphia, Washington, Pitts
burg, and St. Louis, with the utmost promp
titude, giving all possible care to all and any kinds of busi
ness of the above description entrusted to them, O’A. &
Co. a’so forward Parcels, Letters,Ac. to all parts of Europe.
OFFICES.—9 Court St, Boston; 18 Shetuckel St, Nor
wich; B. F Bolles, N. London; 85 Chesnut St., Philadel
phia; 7 Wall St., New York; 7 Light S , Baltimore; Penn.
Avenue, Washington; 85 Fourth St., Pittsburg; corner of
Pine and Water-sts., St Louis; L. L. MASON, Express Of
lice, corner of Main and Mechanic Worcester.
ALVIN ADAMS,
Worcester, May 1. ts W. B. DINSMORE.
CHEAT
thorn and (X 75 **
— ; Passage Company.
GENERAL TICKET OFFICE for all the Southern ami
• J Western States and the Canadas, by Rail Roads, Steam
boats, and Canals, from the Old Established Oilice, the only
responsible Company in the town of SPRINGFIELD—
Office in the Massasoit House, opposite the Depot —it
being the only office authorized to sell tickets for the follow
ing routes and rates of fare—
From Springfield to Utica, $3,95 —to Syracuse, $4,50 —
to Oswego, $5,25—t0 Rochester, $4,75—t0 Lockport, $4,75
—to Buffalo, $5 —to Cleaveland, $7 —to Sandusky, $7,50 —
to Cincinnati, slo—to Detroit, sß—to Whitehall, ss—to
Montreal, Lower Canada, sß—to Toronto, U. C., $7,25—t0
Hamilton, U. C., $7,25 —Kingston, U. C., $7,75 —to St.
Louis, sls. South to Philadelphia, $1,75 —to Pottsville,
$8 to Lancaster, $7,50 —to Baltimore, $7,50 —to Reading,
$7,50 —to Columbia,s7,s0 —to Holidaysburg,sß,7s— to Pitts
burg, $10,50 —to Wheeling, $11,50 —to Milwaukie and Chi
cago, $8,75.
(O*PtieHffigere can be perfectly safe by getting their Tick
ets at this office, and at no other. Any security required
will be given for the fulfillment of all contracts made with
this Company. J. MANSFIELD, Agent,
Springfield.
M. L. RAY, Superintendent, 3| Commcrcial-st, Boston.
Springfield, May 2, 1850. dw6m
TO CALIFORNIANS.
I 1 or Wind, including different lines, times of
sailing, distances, expenses, baggage, etc., is com
mgnicaiej j u our new o information
gratis. Every body is invited to send for one. Address,
postage paid, at the California Passenger Aeency, No. 179
Hroadiray, New York. ARNOLD BUFFU.M & CO.
O’Life Insurance done on the Mutual system.
For the satisfaction of those to whom we are personally 7
unknown, we have permission to refer to the following
Members of Congress :
Hon. John Otis, Maine, Hon. Loren P.Waldo,Conn.
“ James Meacham, Vt. “ Wm. 11. Seward,N.Y.
“ John P. Hale, N. 11. “ Tbadeus Stevens, Pa.
u Charles Allen, Mass. “ S. P. Chase, Ohio.
“ Horace Mann, Mass. u Nath’) Albertson, la.
“ Orin Fowler, Mass. “ Wm. Sprague, Mich.
“ Thomas Corwin, Secretary, U. S. Treasury.
New York, Aug 29, 1850. dw*
Quick’s_the_Wordl!
Daguerreotypes of Children or Adults
ARE TAKEN INSTANTLY,
By a new process, and in the first-rate of excellence—bet
ter than by the old mode—at
I>R. VAN AUSTIN’S
Premium Daguerreotype EstaDlisliineiitH,
No. 9, under Brinley Hall. Worcester.
And No. 177 Broadway. New York. Persons wishing for
good pictures are invited to call a?»d see. dtf J 29
ROOTS, HERBS, AND WATER CURE.
DR. L. L. J. PREVOST, M. D.,
Office over Estabrook If Richmond's Store,
July 30] 227 MAIN STREET. [dtf
Teeth Hint will Bite I
MANVFACTNREB DV
DR. WILLIAM NEWTON— DENTIST,
237 Maln-st., over Grout s Bookstore, Worcester.
[O The public are invited to call mid examine specimens
N. B. Dr. Newton is iu noway associated with Dr.
Miller. diatf Jan 18.
CHLOROFORM.
DR. HARRIS, 154 Main Street, is prepared to
extract Teeth without pain, bv the use of this recently dis
covered substitute for Ether—Chloboform. distl Jny7
REMOVAL.
MRS. S. GOODWIN,
an experienced and successful
MIDWIFE,
HOLDS heiaelf in readiness to attend upon all those wh<
may favor her with a call.
July 2 dtf No. 6 Austin Street, Worcester.
DAVIS & STODDARD,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
OFFICE, 20 2 AI AIN STREET,
(Orer M R Green's)
WORCESTER. MASS.
JOHN C. B. D4VIB. [Jy. 3. dtln-St] E. B. .TODDARB
City Oyster Saloon and Eating Rooms,
BY SWAN & CONANT,
No. 47 Main Street, Worcester.
MEALS furnished at all hours in the day. OYSTERS
Stewed, Fried and Roasted. Pies, Cakes FnuiT,and Con-
FaCTiONARY, etc. dt Aug 31
DAGITERROTYPES.
THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS INVITED
DR. VAN AUSTIN’S ROOMS,
NEWLY FITTED UP,
Under Brinley Hall, JVbs. 9 and 10.
Feh 11.
"EDWARD S. NASON,
TEACHER OF THE
ORGAN, PIANO FORTE, AND VOCAL MUSIC,
No. 3 Warren Hall, Pearl-.t.,
Plane Fortea tuned, and any other buaineai connected with
the profession will be promptly and faithfully attended to
either in or out of the city, on application at his Room.
Worcester, March 22. dwistf
BOSTON CARDS.
SEPTEMBER 1860.
Merchants, Manufacturers, and all others going to Boston
for supplies, are respectfully invited to give their attention
to,and preserve acopy of the following BUSINESS CARDS.
E. ALLEN & I bT, ~
Importers and Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
WOOLENS AND TAILORS’ TRIMMINGS,
No. 20 MILK STREET.
BELA MARSH, Bookseller,
Stationer and Publisher, No. 25 Cobnhill.—Gem ral De
pot for Phrenological Booksand Busts; Physiological,Water
Cure and Reform Works; also for all the publications of A.
J Davis. Just published, “The Book of Notions,’’ by J.
Hayward; price 75 cts. Book Agents are invited to call.
JOHN VIALI.;
Commission Dealer in BOOTS, SHOES and LEATHER,
No. 11l Fulton Street, Boston.
Liberal Advances made on Consignments.
CHASE, “dAGU'er R EAN ' aTchiyE
247 WASHINGTON ST, BOSTON,
Determined not to be excelled, if a better likeness can be pro
duced than 1 can take, mine will be given gratis.
HENRY L.
Offers for sale a large assortment of
HOOTS AND SHOES,
adapted to the best New England trade. Also, SHOE
STOCK, such as French Kid, Morocco, Patent Leather,
Calfskins, English Galloons, Lnstings, Silk Warp, Italian
Cloth, Shoe and Linen Threads, Sole Leather, Boot Web
bing, Sewing Silk, Boot Laces, 4 c. Ac.
RUBBERS of Gander, Foril & Co., mid Hayward’s make,
which will be sold at the ioweat market prices for cash or
approved paper.
Dealers are invited to call and judge for themselves, at
Chambers Nos. 202 A 204 Washington Street, Boston,
(opposite Marlboro Hotel )
A 7 L? MASK ELL,
No. 8 Union Street Deaieh in
FEATHERS, BEDS, MATTRASSES and BEDSTEADS.
Hotels and Boarding Houses furnished at short notice.
REED OR GA n7”s EH A PIIINI ,
AND MELODf ON MANUFACTORY,
E. HUNTING, NO. 34 CAUSEWAY STREET.
P A PE RVV A lit EHWSE.
Paper of all kinds for sale and made to order. Newspa
pers supplied at lowest rates. Cash paid for Rags, Waste
Sizing, mid all other kinds of Paper Stuck, by
GRANT. DANIEL & CO., 10 Unionist, Boston.
BVit nTng eh 1 i
CAMPHENE, LAMPS AND t HANDEIIERS,
J. F. DODGE, Manufacturer and Dealer,
No 15 UNION ST, BOSTON.
H UHHER KOOrs ANO SHOES.
HAYWARD RUBBER COMPANY, Manufaciurers of
Spßisa Tempered Metalic Rubber Boots and Shoes.Co/-
rhrstir, Conn. For durability, elas’icity, style and finish,
our Shoes are acknowledged to be the best in the market
Dealers are requested to call and examine before pnrehas
fog- H. BURR, President.
Stores 20 A 22 Central-St, Boston.
lightl light :: light ii :
Camphene and Burning Fluid ; also every variety of Lamps
for burning the same, at Manufacturers’ Prices.
SMITH A TARBELL, Boston Lamp Depot,
10 Washington St., 1 door East of Cornhill.
GEORGE T.C A RRUT H A < 0
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Tobacco, Snuff, Cigars, Pipes, Cigar Cases-, Cigar Lights,
Tubes, Ac. &c , 41 Hanover Street.
~ pTiT r”hangings.
WHOLESALE DEPOT, by BARRY & BIGELOW
41— I E HER A L STREET, —11
BOSTON.
ORG A N MAN V
CORNER OF CAUSEWAY and NASHUA STREETS,
BOSTON,
WM. B. D. SIMMONS A CO.
MING
MANUFACTURED BY ROBERT BUNTIN,
(Successor to F. A. Cannon.)
No. 2 HAI ERHILL ST., corner of Causeway St.
STO VINA N lIFI R NAVES,
Wholesale and Retail at the Lowest Cash Prices, by S. I.
DODD, No. 4 Derby Range, COURT STREET, head of
Sudbury Street.
CHARLES A. WHITE. Importer and Wholesale
Dealer in WOOLEN GOODS A TAILORS’ TRIMMINGS,
Jill Congress-St. (first building north of Milk St ) Merchant
Tailors, Clothiers and Dealers will always find it for their
advantage to examine hisstock of Fashionable Cloths, Cas
simeres, Vestings and Trimmings.
PEAR, APPLE, AND OTHI K FRUIT TREES.
Of all the choicest varieties, for sale in large or small quan
tities; also, Garden, Grass and Flower Seeds, wholesale and
retail, by HOVEY A CO ,
7 Merchants Row, near State street, BOSTON.
pearlTmaßtTn?
DEALER IN CARPETINGS, MATTING, BOOKING,
FLOOR AND TABLE OIL CLOTH,
Rugs. Mats, Stair Rods,
Transparent Window Shades and Fixtures.
No. 85 HANOYER STREET,
Near Blackstone Street, BOSTON.
WILLIAM PEARCE,
PLUMBER,—33 A 35 CONGRESS STREET.
Lead Pipe, Sheet Lend, Force Pumps, Fountains, Copper
Pumps, Water Closets and Water Fixtures of every descrip
tion, manufactured, arranged, and set up in any part of the
Union in a manner that cannot be excelled in workmanship
or durability.
GLASS wTtIeR pTPESh
For Wells, Aqueducts and Springs.
WM. B. GUY,— NO. 22 SUDBURY STREET,
Would inform the public that he has invented a new contri
vance for Lining Pipes with Glass. Persons from the coun
try are invited to call and examine.
JOHN PUTNAM.
PATENT SPRING BEDSTEAD.
FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY WAREROOMS,
404 Washington Street, Boston.
STATIONERY “
For Weddings, Parties, Public Dinners, tfC. Sc.
Envelopes made of Plain and Enamelled Paper, with Sil
ver Ornaments ; Lace Paper and Envelopes ; Illuminated
Letter and Note Paper mid Envelopes. Invitations for
Weddings and Parties, nnd Address Cards, Engraved and
Printed in the most finished manner, at short notice. Silver
Wafers, a variety of patterns; Cake Boxes, Plainer with
Silver and Lace Ornaments. Also, a very large assortment
of useful Stationary, of English, French, Gerniau, and Am
erican manufacture, for sale Wholesale at Retail, at
N. D. COTTON’S 13 Tremont Rote.
WYMAN, PROCTOR & CHURCH.
Importers of Crockery .Glass, and China Wares, Cutlery,Ac,
mid deniers iu Britannia Wares, Solar Lamps, Ac.
54 A 56 Federal-st. (opposite Boston Theatre,) BOSTON.
MEDICAL TREAIMENT AND ADVICE.
Persons from the country, wishing to consult an expe
rienced city Physician, one in whom confidence may be
placed, may call at my office, 11 Sudbury-St, Boston.
K. S. BUTLER, M. D.
BOOTS, SHOES AND KU ÜBERS,
Of the best quality, CHEAP FOR CASH, at Wholesale or
or Retail, by
W. S. HOUGHTON,
63 CottHT St., under Concert Hall, Boston.
SMITH, SUMNER A 40-.
No. 35 Milk St., Boston, —Importers of Silks, Shawls,
Hosiery, Gloves, Embroideries, Laces, Ribbons, and Millin
ery Goods; also, a general assortment of Dress Goods, Thi
bet Merinos, and Stuff and While Goods, in great variety.
Just received, a full stock of the above, which will be sold
cheap for Cash or approved credit.
charlesTTleavitt,
Manufacturer of and Wholesale Dealer in STOVES,
GRATES, FIRE FRAMES, and SHIPS’ CABOOSES,
NO. 10 UNION STREET.
OLIVER HOLMAN,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER. STATIONER,
And Pole Agent for B. LAMSON PERKINS’
Enameled, Porcelain, Satin Enameled, Satin Surface, Peo
ples, and India CARDS.
NO. 124 STATE STREET, BOSTON.
LEAD PIPE AND SHEET LEAD.
Patent improved Lead Pipe and Sheet Lend, manufactured
and for sale al the Lowest Cash Prices, by
STEARNS A COd.I.INS, (late Gaorge L. Stearns,)
corner Congress and Water Sts, Boston.
BOSTON CARDS.
CHAN DELI DOLLS AND SOJLAIt
LATH’S.
Suitable for Churches, Public Rouses and Families—Manu
factured and for sale cheaper than at anv other house in New
England, by SMITH & TARBELL,
BOSTON LAMP DEPOT, No- 19
NEW BOOK OF (JHI K< II MUSIC.
Just publshed, the HAYDN COLLECTION of Church
Music, by B. F. Baker and L. IL Southard. Published by C.
JI. PIERCE, 5 Cornhill, and for sale by all Booksellers.
NEW AND S IIFo N IJ AN D FUR N ITU RE.
An extensive Stock constantly on hand, at 35 & 37 Federal
Street, BOSTON. Knives, Forks, Spoons, Ac. to let for
Public Dinners, &c., by J. W. BLANCHARD.
C. <». KING, “
No. 7 BROAD STREET, 3d Store from State Street,
Importer and Manufacturer of
MATHEMATICAL & NAUTICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Viz: Theodolites; Transits; Leveling Instruments 4 Rods;
Circumferentors; Drawing Instruments; Sextants;
Quadrants; Compasses; Spy Glasses; Barometers;
Thermometers; Drafting Scales; Drawing Pa
per; Nautical Books; Charts, etc.
Also, Repairs Instruments in the above branches.
H. DODGE,
NO. 106 STATE STREET,—BOSTON,
Dealer in Finished Axles, Elliptic Springs, ShipsmPhs’and
Machinists’ Tools, Jack and Bed Screws, Portable Forges,
Pressing Punches, Bellows, Pumps, Bolts, Nuts & Washers,
Ac. Ac Also, every article generally used b} Machinists.
MICA.OB SHEET ASINGLA.SS,
For Stove Doors, Lanterns, Ac &c of superior quality, for
sale, W holesale or Retail, at N«>. 31 Union St., (up stairs,)
Boston, Mass., by GEORGE IL RUGGLES.
Jou n TTjewltt & co.,
Publishers, Booksellers, and Manufacturers of the Boston
Letter Paper,
NOS. 17 & 19 CORN HILL, BOSTON.
Country Merchants, Lawyers, Clergymen, and mtn ofbusi-
ness, supplied at very low rates.
M ARTInT:.' BRADFORD,
142 Washington Street, BOSTON — Cutlery, Hardware,
and Fishing Tackle. His assortment of Cutlery in
all its branches is extensive, comprising
KNIVES and FORKS, and TABLE CUTLERY of every
description. Butchers’, Cook’s, Shoemakers’, Farmers’,
Pallet ami Glaziers’ Knives, Ac. &c. SCISSORS and
SHEARS of all kinds, of the best quality that can be procur
ed. Patent Tailors’ Shears, and Barbers’, Paper Hangers’
and Bankers’ Scissors, which are warranted. RAZORS
in great variety of style, from the most celebrated makers.
Pocket, Pen and Jack Knives, of every variety of pattern and
every grade of price, from the best makers. ' Sportsmen’s
Knives; limiting, Lock Back, Pruning and Budding Knives.
Nail Files, Nail Nippers, Horse Clipping Scissors, Twig
Cutters, Ac. Also, every description of FISHING
TACKLE, in great variety, suitable for Brook, Lake or Sea
Fishing—wholesale and retail.
11 ARDWARE, SHEET IRON AND ZINC
IMPOR T E R S .
Merchants Row.
NELSON’S CH I N~eVe ITusTk^ FL
WASHING FLUID.
Packed for transportation in cases containing 12 half gallon,
12 quart or 12 pint bottles.
NELSON’S is the original, most effectual,
T- and most economical Washing Compound in
the market.
kggfflk. To prevent imposition, the label on eachbot
tie contains the name of “V. NELSON,” and
l^,e certificates of Drs. C. T. Jackson of Bos
ton, and James R. Chilton of New York, and
entered according to Act of Congress, by
James S. Fraser.
XTConsumers are particularly requested to
Be h<n r7l destroy the labi 1 on each bottle,after using the
**Jconteiils, ns the bottles have been bought up
and peddled around the country, filled with a
Spurious tIiICSB di ui IC. —
Manufactured by J. S. Fraser A Co., and sold Wholesale
by their authorized Agents, Messrs. DANA, FARRAR A
HYDE, Wholesale Grocers, 44 & 46 Broud St , BOSTON.
Grocers supplied on liberal terms, and orders by expressmen
or be letter will receive prompt attention.
FoMB - STORE.
LIBERTY TREE BLOCK, No 2 ESSEX STREET.
ANSON PEtK, Manufacturer and Dealer in Shell,
Horn, and Ivory Combs, — English, French and German
Fancy Goods, wholesale and retail.
P. S. Combs and Jewelry made and repaired in the best
manner. All kinds of Watch Repairing done in a faithful
manner and warranted.
EXTENSION DINING TABLES
Manufactured by
C. C. & J. BRIGGS,
507 Washington Street BOSTON.
SAFE MANUFACTORY.
Fire Proof SAFES. RANK LOCKS, and BLRGLAR
PROOF BANK BOXES, made to order at 30 Causeway
St., Boston, by J. R. BRYANT.
N. D. COTTON,
1MP0RTER,....13 TREMONT ROW, BOSTON,
Invites the attention of Artists, Architects, Teachers, and
others, to his assortment of DRAW’ING MATERIALS,
which is one of the most complete to be found in
the country, including all the varieties of
Drawing Papers,—English, French and German Drawing
Copies,—Drawing Pencils,—London Boards, all sizes,—Em
bossed Cards for painting or preserving flowers and mosses,
Newman's Water Colors, in boxes or single cake, —Mathe-
matical Instruments, —Measuring Tapes,—Drawing Boards,
Sketching Blocks and Portfolios, —English and French Cray
on Paper and Board, —Crayons,—Pastels,—Porte Cravens,
—Stumps,—Porcelain Palleltes nnd India Ink Slabs, —Sable
and (Jamels’ Hair Pencils, —Gold and Silver Shells, —Italian
Chalk, Ac Ac.
JAMES M. COOK.
No. 16 Atkinson Street, BOSTON. — Stained, Cut,
Enamelled and Ground Glass. Lead or Metal Sash made
to order. A Iso, the Ohio fire and water proof Paint for sale.
BOOTS. SHOES AND RUBBERS.
FOGG A BURBANK, 7 & 9 Central Street,are now
prepared to show to Cash Buyers a larger and better stock
of Prime Retailing Goods than ever before, at prices which
cannot fail to give satisfaction.
J. 11. BUCKINGHAM, Court Square, Boston,
Is COMMISSIONER for New York, and all the New Eng
land and other States. He is prepared to give advice as to
the Settlement of Estates, Collection of Debts, and all other
matters in his profession, in the different States in the Union.
HENRY PORTER, 2 COURT SQUARE, BUSTON,
Original Inventor and Patentee of the celebrated
BURNING-FLUID AND LAMPS.
Manufacturer of LAMPS of every variety and style. Also,
Fluid, Camphene and Alcohol.
GLTTA WATER PIPE,
For Pumps, Aqueducts, and Hydraulic Rams,continues to
give perfect satisfaction, having proved entirely free from I
poison, taste or suit 11; which are so objectionable in Lead
and other Metal Pipes. For sale by Pump-makers and Deal
ers, generally, and at wholesale by CHARLES STODDER,
Sole Agent for New England, 75 KILBY STREET.
THE NEW ENGLANDER :
A JOURNAL of Temperance, Literature and General In
telligence—designed especially for the home circle—s 2 per
year; three copies for $5.
WM. A. WHITE, Publisher, 30 School Street.
ROBERT N. DAVIS,
PUBLISHER AND GENERAL BOOKSELLER,
No. 121 Washington Street.
Publisher of Greenleaf's popular Series of
IMJKNING FLUID, PHOSGENE GAS,
CAMPHENE, AND LAMPS.
1. D. WOODBURY & C0.,—60 Courts 60 Tremont St.
V. B. PALMER’S
BUSINESS MEN’S ALMANAC FOR 1851,
IS NOW READY.—It is crowded, as closely ns possible
with such facts as seem most indispensable for daily refer
ences by men of business in all its departments throughout
the country. It embraces Condensed Statistics of our Na
tional Industry ; Agriculture ; Manufactures ; Commerce ;
Duties; Imports; Exports; Products; State Debts; Coal;
Iron ; Cotton; Breadstuff's ; Trade Reform ; The Tariff;
Finance; The Post Office; Railroads; Population; Banking;
Wnges ; Tonnage ; Shipping ; Navigation ; Newspaper
Press ; Systematic Advertising, &c.; together with a Cal
endar adapted to all parts of the United States; Biographi
cal Notices; Canada; California; Cuba; Anecdotes, &c.
Supplied to the trade at $1 per dozen, $7 per 100, $65 per
1,000. Single copies 12j cents, and can be mailed to any
part of the world. Terms, cash. Orders are respectfully
solicited. Address
V. B. PALMER, General Newspaper Agency,
Tribune Buildings, New York.
For sale at V. B. PALMER’S Agencies, Boston, N.York,
and Philadelphia, and at most of the bookstores, periodical
depots, and newspaper offices in America.
BOSTON CARDS.
WOOL ’
11. KENDALL & SON, — WOOL DEALERS,
Battery March Street, Boston.
CAT her ea n c ream OF SOAP,
AND SHAVING POWDER.
Manufactured by ISAAC BABBITT.
For sale, Wholesale and Retail, by
SETH W. FOWLE, 138 Washington Street,
WM. B. LITTLE, 104 Hanover Street.
Retailed by Druggists and Grocers generally.
The highest testimonials of its superiority are given by the
Rev. John Pierpont,—A. A. Hayes, M. D., State Assayer,—
Walter Channing, M.D — Luther V Bell, and others.
TRF JIONf IKON - ?’OMPANY,
MANUFACTURERS OF ASSORTED NAILS,
No. 59 Water Street.
WM. S. SAMPSON, Agent and Treasurer.
PRIME STOCK bFRETAH7fNG '
BOOTS AND SHOES.
On hand and for sale LOW, for CASH ONLY, by
T. C. WALES & UU.,
Nos. 19 & 21 Broad, and 46 A 48 Central Streets.
ALSO,
Thefte«< assortment of the BEST RUBBERS, from the best.
importers and best manufacturers in this country, at
the lowest prices and on the most liberal credit.
XLF Buyers • Come and See.
TO FANCY GOODS DE ALE RS 1
J. 11. WEEKS & CO..
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
ENGLISH, FRENCH GERMAN FANCY GOODS,
Perfumer}’, Cutlery, Combs, Aceordeons, and Fancy
Stationery.
L. STEPHENSON & CO., (Successors to Dearborn,)
Manufacturers of Dearborn’s Patent Balance, Platform and
Factory Balances, Counter Scales and Town Standards,
72 Water Street, 2 doors below Liberty Square.
WINDOW SHADES. DRAPERIES, AND HOUSE
KEEPING GOODS.
Every description of Goods in the above line for sale at the
Lowest Cash Prices, by
THEODORE BAKER, No. 321 Washington St.
~HORATIO WOODMAN,
Counsellor at Law, Boston, Mass., has an Agency at Wash
ington, and procures Pensions and Bounty Land. Cash paid
for Land Patents of the War of 1812, and for Mexican War
Warrants.
BLAKE’S PATENT FIRE-PROOF PAINTS.
Which in a few months turn to slate or stone, protecting
whatever they cover from the action of the weather, or fire.
LOOK OUT FOR FRAUDS, as unprincipled persons are
offering spurious articles for sale, calling them Ohio Fire-
Proof Paints. The genuine article is only to be obtained of
the Patentee, of New York, or his Agents, and every pack
age is marked ‘Blake’s Patent Fire Proof Paint.’ The
authorized Agent, JERE. F. HALL, 38 Broad St., Boston,
has it constantly on hand, and has sold it for three years to
our largest manufacturing establishments, and will give the
whole history of the Paint and its qualities, to any one who
will send or call at his counting-room, 38 Broad-st., Boston.
Also, Prepared Canvas, all ready for the roof or sides of
buildings, making the cheapest and most durable covering
ever invented. Also, Roifing Nails, manufactured express
ly for putting on the canvas. No one has the genuine ar
ticles above mentioned, without my name being marked
upon them. JERE. F. HALL,
Commission Merchant, No. 38 Broad St, Boston.
F. WHITLEY'S
Newly PATENTED CHIMNEY CAP or VENTILATOR,
For the Cure of Smoky Chimnies. and the Ventilation of
Churches, School Houses, &c. For sale at
38 and 40 FEDERAL STREET, BOSTON.
BUI X G :
JAMES H. HALLET,
Dealer in FEATHERS, MATTRASSES, and BEDDING,
No. 16 Dock Sqvabe, Boston.
IUUUI r ».
short notice, at the lowest market prices.
STICKNEY',
a Dealers in
PAINTS, OILS,
Window Drugs,
MEDICINES
AND DYE STUFFS,
Nos. 130 dk 131 State,
and
No. 1 liidia-st,
opposite the new Custom
House, BOSTON,
Have constantly on hand
and for sale WINDOW
GLASS, LINSEED OIL,
Spirits Turpentine,
Coach <k Furniture VAR
NISH, Asphaltum or
Iron Famish,
Philadelphia, New York,
Boston and Norfolk
White Lead.
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
Patent Medicines,
Imported Liquors, for
medicinal purposes; also,
a choice assortment of
true imported Havana
CIGARS, at the lowest
cash or credit prices.
Country Merchants and
consumers are respectful
ly invited to call before
purchasing elsewhere.
WM. J. REYNOLDS & CO.,
BOOKSELLERS, No. 24 CORNHILL,
Have a complete assortment of SCHOOL BOOKS and
STATIONERY at the lowest prices.
JOHNTdOGG ETT & CO.,
234 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON,
Importers and Dealers in
CARPETINGS, OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
SI I ELTON & CHEEVER,
Manufacturers of Saddles; Bridles; Whips; Chaise, Stage,
and Draft Collars ; Engine Hose ; Fire Buckets;
Trunks; Valises ; Cai pet Bags;
No. 7 Washington, and 58 Brattle Street,
(Fourth door from Dock Square,) BOSTON.
MARINE SHELLS, CORALS, AND BIRDS.
STEPHEN EMMONS, 107 State Street, (up staiis,)
has for Sale a very large assortment of Marine and Land
Shells, embracing nearly every variety. Also, a large as
sortment of Corals and Stuffed Birds.
V. B. PALMER, '
SCOLLAY’ BUILDING, COURT STREET, BOSTON,
Is the Agent for the best Newspapers of all the Cities and
principal Towns of all the States of the Union and the Brit
ish Provinces, empowered by the Proprietors to make con
tracts at their lowest rates, and his receipts are regarded as
payments.
O’To Public Institutions. Reading Rooms, Clubs, &c., os
well as to individuals, this Agency presents a convenient and
safe means of subscribing for, or advertising in any number
of the best Newspapers of the country. Remittances may
be sent by mail, with assurance that all orders will be faith
fully attended to.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
Lewis t. i.azel.i., of the late
firm of Scott & Lazell, (formerly
I*- Scott, Jr, & Co., han purchased the
(figaEgajgyjMffi intr rest of his late partner in the estab
lishment, and will continue the trans
action of the DRUG BUSINESS, as
heretofore, al the Old Stand,
No. 201 Main Street.
Thanking his friends and the public
for their continued favors of nearly five
years past to the old llrm, he bespeaks
a share of their future patronage for himself, assuring them
that every pains shall be taken that all Medicines dispensed
at this Store, shall be of the very best quality.
LEWIS T. LAZELL,
At the Old Stand, No. 201 Main Street,
Sept 25, 1849. dwtf 4 doors north. Am. ouae
Rice’s Improved Lightning Conductors.
THE subscribers would respectfully inform the Inhabi
tants of Worcester and vicinity that they are prepared
to erect LIGHTNING CONDUCTORS, the ensuing season
in a manner superior to any thing of the kind ever yet offer
ed to public—substituting for the rude connections common,
ly used, copper points and fastenings, gilded spires, and cop
per bottoms, adding thereby materially to the beautv
strength, and durability of the work. tLTOrders by mail
pr.mptly attended to. T. C. RICE
Worcester, March 8, dwtf J. p. RICE
NO. 92.

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