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CAZETTE.
IS FUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING
By SAMUEL W, MOSES &
GEORGE GREENLEAF,
Publishers of the Laws & Resolves of New-Hampshire
A. & G. GREENLEAF, Editers.
8% OFFICE, No. 3 Pleasant Street, nearly opposit
Jefferson-Frail Market.
7 TERMS, $2 per annomy;, Twnty-five Cents willbe
deducted ©f paid in advance or withiir one month of the
scmmencement of each vear.
G COMPANIES,where one individualis responsible
or the whole, may have ten copres or more for §51,50 each
» advance.
§3 The GAZETTE wiflbe xent to country subseribers
brough Post Oftice, for $1,39 per ann. if pard in advance.
§-No paper discantrnued watil all arrearages ave paid.
§=JOR WORK done with daspateh ac this aflice.
Games for the ¥olidays.
A. BADGER, Noa. 7 Exchange Buildings.
S ® Has just received a very large assortment of use
ful and entertamring Games, many of which are entirely
new.
The Gokfen Ezg,a merry ronnd Game.
The Modern Game of Double Dominies, in which the points
or numbers are supplied by pictures and their names—
an entertaining game intended to sharpen the intellect
The Coudle History, a droll Game.
Game «f Happy Hits, Peter Puzzlewiys mirtnful game of
Happy Hits at useful knowledge of eyery day thingas.
A merry Game of Odd Figures, by Peter Puzzlewig.
Mulnplication Merrily Matched.
Colored Picture Cards,with games for children of all ages.
The merry Game of the poor old Soldier and his Deg.
Tke laughable Game of What Dye Puy, by Prof. Punch
The ronnd Game of the merry Cards, or a trip to China.
The Amusing Game of Consequences, by Uncle John.
Thke Fount, or Letters of the Alphabet, arranged in such a
manoer as to be easily formed into words by the child.
The Menmagerie, or Game of Beasts., "
The Christmas Cards of the good and bad passions. |
Nick Bottom’s Game of Shakespear.
The Yowng Traveller, or Geographical Cards.
Comical Converse an amusing pastime.
Solomon Splitsides.
The Game of Oregom.—The way it was settled between
Jonathas and John Bell, by Professor Punch.
The Pohcmian Gipsy Girl, or Punch’s peep into futurity..
Panch’s Oracle of Destiny, or new Fortune Teller.
Il ustrated Conversation Cards, by Prof. Bunch,
Errand Boy, an entertaining Gaine.
The Race of Improvement, by the author o f e improved
Game of Dr Bushy,
The Mansion of -Happiness.
Shakespear in @ New Dress.
The Gameof Kings.
Characteristics, an original game |
T'he vmproved and Illustrated game of Dr Busby—cards of
the Magi. |
TI:: Great Combination, Alphabet, &c. &, 1
Jec. 1. .
AMERICAN ALWANAC, 1847.
JOIIN W. FOSNTER, No. 5 Market-street .
HA.* received, the American Almanac & R pository
of Useful Knvwlidge jor 1847. This Eighteenth
munber of this valuable Work, contains the usual Astro
nomical Calculations, by Professor Pierce, of Cawmbridge
University, who haz also added a Chronological and sys
tematic Catalogue of all the Comets of which the orbite
have ever been computed In this volume will also be
found the new Tariffs. both of England and the U. States:
and an absiract of the new Warchcusing system an out
line of the Sub-Treasury system aad the law for the Smith
sonian Institute: w tabular view of all the Railroads inthis
conntry and Eagland, and an account of all the State Go
vernments, Judiciuries, Debts, School Retwrns, [inances,
&e. §c.
—Arnso—
-Bartor Resartus, by Thomas Carlyle, Revised edition.
Poetry of Witand [Tumor, by Leigh Hant. s
Gorthe’s Autobiography,— Franslated by Parke Godwin.
Lives of the Old Painters, by Mis Lee—naw e 1. enlarged.
Juvenile Drawing Book—a Series of Progressive Lessons
Degigned by John Rubens Smith.
Willi’s Saered Poems— MixIATURE EDiTION.
The Goldrn Gift—a Token for all seasons. Dec, 1.
New-¥crk CHEESTE.
6 ' CASKS (14,341ib5) prime N. York CHEESE,
Just received and for sale by
Dec. 1. J.N. HANDY.
NE\V BUCK-WHEAT FLOUR, in small bags
for family use, and of the best speality—for sale by
Deec. 1. J. N. HANDY.
b‘ RUESII ClTßßON,—recently imported—received
Dec. 1. and for sale by J. N. HANDY.
FANCY GOODS & STATIONERY.
S A. BADGER, No 7 Fxchunze Buildings
® Hax just received a large addition to his Stock of
FANCY GOODS & 3 FTATIONERY, consigting of :
A variety of Cases of Writing Implements ;
French Paper Knives ; Ivory, Pearl and Horn handle
Penci! Knives; Glass Motto Seals; Lawvyer’s Seals;
Engraved Cards; Card Cares; Ivory Cushions;
Shell Reading tookz; Pearl Folders; Gold Pens & Ca
e 3 Dividers; Victoria Pens, in boxes of a dozen each;
Wax and Wafers of different colors, ecnvenient v ar
vanged in boxes; Broad Letter Clips, &c¢ &c. Oct 27
NEW LINE OF STAGES, DAILY. |
w 2 FROM PORTSMOUTH
'Ts'""a"_ i i
, ! LAV ES EVERY DAY at
eSTTR ] 4 o’clock, A. M. |
Paszes through Greenland, Stratham to Exeter, there
it intersects with the ears for thaverhill, Andaver, Lowel |
and Beoston an‘d Wilnington and Concord, also with the
Cara for Newmarket, Durham and Dover. Returning, ‘
leaves every day after the arrival of the Cars from Boston
& Lowell. |
Ladies and Gentlemenby taking this route to any of the
ove named towns, will find &t as cheap as any other
route,
Fare ivom Portsinonth to Boston &1,50; to Lowell w 2,
00; to Andover £1.20; N Andover £1,10; Bradford 95;
Haverhill 95; to Plaistow 80; to Newtowa 75; to East
Kenrington 62} ; Newmarket 634 ; S. Newmarket 70;
Durham 80; Nushna $2,12§. Returning from the above
named town= the Fare is the same
On Monday, Wednesday, & Friday it intersects with
the Manchester Stage—passes through Kingston, Hamy.
stead, Derry te Manchester.
On Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, intersects at
Fxeter with the Concord Stage—passes through Epping
Deertield, Pembroke—also 1o Manchester.
Interseets every day with a stage from Exeter to Ken
gington and Ameshury.
N. B.—Fare by this rout ag cheap as any other.
S. B. MARDEN, Drivers.
‘N. B.—All orders of business, such as Collecting
earrying papers,Packages, Deeds, Bundles,&e. &e. left a
No. 9 Middle street, or at the Franklin House, will be at
tended to with punctuality and dispatch.
The above named holds himself accountable to all
business entrusted to their care as far as Exeter.
July 29, 1845, 3. B. MARDEN’S EXPRESS
Buck GLOVES vs Jack Frost.
4 DOZ. LINED BUCK GLOVES.
6 do Plain do do
3 do Super Lined do MITTENS.
6 do Plain do do do
1 do Bovs do do do
Anl a very larze assortment of WOOL & Cashmere
GLOVES and MITTS for sale very cheap by
Oet 20. JOUHN WEBSTER,6 Daniel-st,
DESIRABLE GOODS.
J UST received by A. F. NOWELL—
Embroidered Cotton. Reaze Twist, Curtain Cord,
Shade '] assels,Linen Bobbins,Linen Tapes, Stay Tapes,
Pearl & bone Buttons,Col’d spool Cotton, Mirror Buftons,
Guoard Braids, Ribbon, Dress Bones, Largest Cord,
Childven’s 4-4 & 5-4 Shawls, Pins, Needles, Bodkine,
Bone Fyelets, Knitting Needles, Wax, Dress Goods,
Rich and New Styles Gradoated Ginghaws, Twill’d do.,
Graduated I’Laines and Cashmeres,
Bk and blue bik Alpaccas from 25c to 6<. Plaid Roslins,
Sheeting from 6 to 12c, Print and Patches from 5 to 12¢,
Super White and Black Kid Gloves; Brocha, Ottoman,
Ktadella, Cashmere, and a great variety of other Shawls;
Red, White and Yellow Flannels, 25¢, with a lot of oth
or goods bought for cash at the present reduced prices.
which will be sold as low as can be found. = Sept. 29.
London Porter.
(‘ONSTA NTLY for sale hy
/ CHARLES E. LAIGHTON.
No. 5 ¥xceange Buildings.
1 ;() ’) 2d hand COOK STOVES of varius pat
-171 terns, nearly az gonl as wew, -ra he xokl
Ut 6- « very low hy J. MORRISON,
THE
GRALTFENBERG PILLS.
fI‘HERE ARE THE MOST CONCLUSIVE REASONS why
that class of Medicines denominated “PATENT,”
should e made the means of incalculable and eaduring
blessings to the human family. Suppose, for example,
that a high order of talent, long and sagacious observa
tion, and great medical learning and expevience.are
brought to bear vpon the invention and manufacture of a
PILL. Why may not this long devotion to this division
of medical science be crownea with the success that at
tends the sacrifice of similar talents & toil in other things?
There is no reasony and it is but the simplest dictate of
the simplest common sense to say, that a Pill thus produ
ced will he as perfect an article as can he made by man,
Twenty-five years devotion to any one subject will give a
man of ability the mastery over it. This labor has been
bestowed upon the :
Graefenburg Vegetable PILLS ;
and they are presented to the public with claims unparal
leled in the whole history of medical science.
It will be seen, in tracing the history of all great inven
tions, that they were not macde or discovered until the ar
rival of what may be termed THE FULNESs OF TIME.
‘The mariner’s compass, for instance, was not invented
~until in the ““fulness of time”’ it was needed. The load
stone always Jay at man’s feet, but he never knew what a
wonderful and unerring guide was treasuted in its silent
bosow, until the Divinely appointed time drew near when
dizstant continents and islands were to be unveiled. Behold
It now teanelerred to the binnacle of the adventurous sai
lor,enabling him to lannch away upon unknown Oceans, in
stead of timidly sailing within sight of familiar land-marks!
So with the discovery of the New World, upon whose
shores was to arise this Giant Nation to u power, a lory,
a miz=ion far bevond the conception ofthe wildest lguucy.
The Old World had reached its highest destiny: the ¢“ful
nese of time” drew near for the levelation of the NEw,
and behold the immortal Columbus, from the forecastle of
his drenched and leaky vessel, found it ! So with the iu
vention of printing, of steam, of the magnetic telegraph.
Each of these had ity own “fulness of time,”’ marked,
distinct and Providential. .
{GIN MEDICAL SCIENCE THE SAME GREAT PHIL
OSOPHICAL PRINCIPLE 1S FQUALLY MARKED. Most
beautitully are the illustrations and proofa of ‘this which
are to be found in the history of the world. We can
trace them from the Mosaic dispensation down to the pre
sent hour, all of them teaching us the lesson and giving
us the hope that something yet better to heal human mala
dies i» at hand.
That this principle is as true of Medical as of Physica
science is clearly shown in the
GRAEFENBURG GAZETTE,
which is furnished gratnitously to all who wish it. The
GRAETENBURG PILLs,
are deemed by ail who have tested them to be an inand
ceivable advanee upon all other medical combinations as
discoveries hitherto known, and they are announced
THE GREAT REMEDIAL TRIUMPH.
The inventor of these Pills rests hig theory upon no
gchool nor dogma of ordinary medical leachers: Plant
ing himsell upon the revelation of the
ALMIGHTY CREATOR
THAT “TukE BLOOD IS THE LIFE,”
he requires that his disciples and his patients make pure
the life-current that leaps thiough their veins and arteries,
before they can hope fora PERMANENT cure. Relief he
can give them, and so can others; but bright and Jjoyous
bealth mast come from a pure blood.
But a most sad thought here comes in! So countless
are the impositions which are practised upon the public by
pretenders, and so numerous & hoastful are the medicines
advertised, that the reader may be slow to believe in this
Great Remedy. A word, therefore, on this point.
In the first place, READ THE GRAEFENBURG GA
zeTrE. No matter how sceptical you may now be, that
paper will convince you Thousands kave been convinced
in every Stute and Territory in the Union, and among
thew. distingnished statesmen, jurists, clergymen, physi
cians, civilians. The bare enumeration es their names
would fill this page. Let the reader send to the most con
venient agency for a copy of the Gazette, which can be had
GRATIS!!
In the eecond place. TRY THE PiLLs. It will cost v
the merest trifle, and; will introduce you to a medicine
which you will deem a blessing to the end of your days.
A thousand things press upon the mind of the adverti
ers which they would rejoice to say to the reader, but the
limits of this advertisement forhid.” But let any one afflic
ted with the following dixeases make trial of the Graef
enbu:g Pillsjand they willbe PERMANENTLY CureD!
Amhu;:u, Boils, z
Billious Complaints,
Lowels, deficient action in,
Breast Pang, Catarch,
Constipution,
Cough of Pregnancy,
Costiveness, Diarrheea,
Difficit Breathing,
Dyspepsia, -
Dyspeptic Consumption,
Digestion, imperfect,
Determination of Blood to
the Head, Epilepsy,
Ear Acke, Erysipelas,
Fever—Low, Nervous, In
termittent, Remitient,
Fever and Ague,
Flatulenzy,
In all bilious or chronic disorders, these Pills achieve
the most wonderful wimnph, Here they dely competition.
And as the susceptibility of the American constitution is
1o these diseares, they are aptly sty led by some
The Pill of the new World
Thewr wonderful efficacy ?n these‘w(;(,)mpl;ninls arises
from their powerto OPEN THE PORES: CLEANSE AND
STRENGTHEN THE STOMACH AND BOWELS; MAKE
THE URINE FLOW HEALTHILY AND CLEAR: AND TO
GIVE TONE AND STRENGTH TO THE fYSTEM,
It is impossible, within the limits of an ordinary adver
tisement, to give the reader tne reasons for the most ex
traordinary success and spread ot these Pills. But REA
sONs O EXIST, which have abundantly satisfied the
minds of thousands in this country ; and, among them the
accomplished Physicians, Jurists, Clergymea, and pri
vate citizens, male and female.
FNumerous CERTIFICATES of the wondertul effi
cacy of these Pills might be presented; but a certificate *
in these days are scarcely worth the paper on which it is
printed, A few extracts from the correspondenee of the
Company, will however, be now given,
FFrRoOM INDIANA @
“Your enterprise is the enterprise of the day. Tts
magnitnde will axtonish its originutors. It is dextined to
affect a complete levoletiou in the medical world.”?
From a Justice of the Peace in Western New York:
| have sold a number ot boxes to the citizena of thia
place. ‘They have given entire satisfaction, and they ave
destined to become the mast popular Pill of the day.”
From Toledo, Ohio.
“H.ving heard so much, and witnessed two or three
cases treated ‘n the mode directed hy your Journal, I
have thonght it important you should have an agent in this
place. In my opinion, more good can be done in this bil
lious climate by yousamedicines, than by tne old modes
1 addreas you at the instance of a friend who is making a
thorough irial of your remedieg, § with complete success.”’ ‘
From a Distinguished Gentleman of Boston: |
Gentlemen—l cannot relrain from troubling you with a }
few lines to express my great pleasure, in being alle to 1
say, that I have experienced the greatest velief fromn the
effect of your Pil's. For many years 1 have suffered much |
from constipation, w hich has disarranged my whole sys
tem, and | have not known a day’s good health for many
" years past, aud being an old man, 1 despaired of ever a
. gain enjoying life; but a friend recommended me to try
your Pilis, which I did, although, wirhontany confidence;
~the result, I am happy to inform you, has far exceeded my
| expectations, the cause of my suffering is nearly removed,
& I teel my health and swengih daily renewed, and | am
% sati«fied that the merits of your Pills, when tested, mnst
be acknowledged by the whole community, and will be
' come the most popular medicine of the day.
From Judge ——— ——— of Georgia :
Sirs,—Since writing to you last upon the subject of my
ill-health, I bave been takiug your medicine, and am
pleased to say, that they have been of the greatest ser
| vice to we, and jf they continue to give me the relief [
’ huve already felt, I shall bless the day rou sent them.
I need not allude again to the sufferings 1 have before told
you of; but intend to persevere, and hope to be able, the
next time I write, to give you the happy intelligence of a
perfect cure. 1 have heard of many instances in my neigh
borhood wherein they have performed some extraordina
rv cures.
3 From an Episcopal Bishop.
© Gentlemen—l consider it to be the duty of every Chris
tian to make known to the weild any advantages that they
may have derived by accident or from any discovery of
their own, and with this sentiment strongly impressed on
my mind, I feel great gratification in having it in my pow
er to speak in the highest terms of the valuable discovery
you have made in the production of your Pills. I was in«
duced to try them, from the philosophical manner in
which you hive reasoned on the subject,and I must do
mysell the pleasare, and you the justice tosay, that I had
ne conception so speedy an effect could be arrived at.
My complaint has been that of the Liver, from which I
; daspaired of getting better; but since taking your Pills, 1
find my general health, spirits and appetite so much im
| proved that | hope to find nyself enabled to endure,with
i out hodily =uflering, the duties of an arduous Profession.
| In futwre 1 will send to your agent for more Pills when
needed. With great consideration and gratitude, I am,&c.
From every section of the entire conntry aimilar testi
timouninls are daily received, but our limits torbid further
extracts, ONCE TRIkD, the GRAFENBERG PiLLs
WILL SUPERSEDE ALL OTHERS.,
WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE,
49 John street, New-York,
g% 1n towns where there is no branch the Co. will ap
powt one on application by letter (post paid) or otherwise.
;' Persons wishing the Pills sent by mail, can order them.
[ OTI3 BROADERS & CO., Boston, ‘General Agenu'
for the States of Massachusetts, Rhode Is land, New
Hampshire and Maine. : a
s F=Agent for Portsmouth, J. F, SHORES, Jr.
Dec. 1, 1846.
Fluwor Albug, or Whites,
Gastric Fever,
Green Sickness,
Gripes, Heartburn,
- Head Ache, Hystericg,
Incontinence of Urine,
Indigestion,
Tnflammation of Vital parts,
Juflamma’n of the Stomach,
Jaundice,
Liver Complaints,
- Low Spirits,
Menstruation, Suppressed,
or Painful,
- Nervous Disorders,
Neuralgia, Rhevmatizm,’
Stomach, various discases,
Whites.
N ATIONAL LOAN FUND LIFE ASSUR
ANCE SOCIETY OF LONDON,
[EMPOWERED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT.]
Feunded on the Mutual and Joint Stock Principle.
CAPITAL—B2,SOO,OOO.
United States Board of Local Directors at New York :
Jacoß HarvEY, Esq. Chairman,
Jokn J. Palmer, Eegq. Samuel 8. Howland, Esq.
Jonathan Goodhue, Esq. Gorham A. Worth, Esq.
James Boorman, Esq. Samuel M. ¥Fox, Esq.
George Barclay, Esq.
Office in Boston 12 Merchants® Exchange. .
Consulting Physician. Dr WiNsLow Lewis. Jr , who
attends at the Society’s Office, 12 Merchants’ Exchange,
every day at 1} o’elock, for the accommodation of those
who cannot conveniently wait upon him at his own resi
dence. :
DIVISION OF PROFITS.
The steady euccess and increasing prosperity of the So
ciety enabledythe Directors at the last annual investiga
tion to divide amonget the Policy-holders a reversionary
bonus averaging over 50 per cent. on the premiums paid
oneach policy effected on the Profit Scale.
EXAMPLES.
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The division of the profits 18 annual.
This Institution offers many important advantages, both
with respect to Life Insurance, and in its system of An
nuities, immediate and deferred.
Insureuce may be effected hy persons on their own lives
or the lives of cthers, for the whole term of life or for
limited periods; and the Society being lormed oa the mu-
TUAL AND JOINT STOCK principle, parties are snabled,
as above shewn, to participate ia the profits of the socie
ty, while their policies are guaranteed not only by the
constant accumulation of premiums, but by a capital of
two and a half millions of dollars.
The premiums may be paid yearly, half yearly, or quar
terly, and parties insuring for the whole term of life are al
lowed to borrow two thirds of all premiums paid after the
first year. (See Table.)
{Glnsurance is effected and losses settled under the
direction of the Local Board of Directora as New York,
to whom also authority is de egated for insesting the So
ciety’s Funds in this country.
Pamphlets containing Tables of Rates, &c.and all ne
@essary information, may be obtained ov application at
the Ollice, 12 Meichants® Exchange,
EDMUND A. GRATTAN,
Agent for New-England.
WM. ELLIOTT, and .
GEORGE GREGG, }Ac“"fi“ge““' :
Agents {or Portsmouth,
April 28 ly EDWARD F, SISE & CO.
Nature’s Grand Restorative.
THIS Valuable Medicine standq unrivaled for the
following complaints, viz.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Diseased Liver, Billious Dis
orders, Dropsy, Asthma, Costiveness, Worms and loss
of - Appetite, and by cleansing the somach and bow
els, cures pains in the Side, Stonach and Breast,
Colds and Coughs, of long standing, Hoarseness,
shortness of breath, Nervous ¢omplaints, §c.
which is frequently the eflect of disease.
Its virtues surpass anything hereofore known in remioy
ing St. Vitua’s Dance ;—two bsttles have been known to
cure this afflicting disease, atcer having taflled every ex
ertion for four years. It hayva most powerful influence,
in removing nervous complaints. It is pleasant to take,
and so easy in its operation that it may be administered
to the infant with safety.
Portameuth, N. H. Aug. 19, 1833.
Dr. CHARLES HoLmaN—About three years since, I
was induced to try a bottle ¢f your Nature’s Grand Re
storative, for a complaint at the stomach, to which I had
been subject (probably occasioned by an obstruction ol
some of the important orgzns.) 1 found great relief from
the use of it, and ever sinre have kept it in my house as
a family medicine ; its beneficial eflects have been experi
enced by several members of my family.
Respectfully your Ob’t B°vt.
WILLIAM WALKER.
The Restorative is made by the “*Son’’ of the late Dr
Charles Holman, and all Bills signed by
JOSEPH F. HOLMAN.
{G=The Genuine Article can be had at only twa places
in Portsmouth, of BRACKETT HUTCHINGS.
July 21, 1846. ly & AUGUSTINE DUNYON
RESTCRATIVE FRANCAISE
CONSUMPTLEON
1 OUIS FONTAIN, junior partner of the firm of
4 Fontain & Son, Chemists and Prescriptionists to the
Royal University, Paris, has at Washington city, D. C.
a Depat for the sale of their above celebrated compound
which they offer to the American publick as a SURE AN
TIDOTE FOR CONSUMPTION, in its ADVANCED as wel
as INCIPIENT stages. Acting directly upon the Lunegs
and arresting their decay, it not only soot kes and quiets
at once, the distress and pain attendant upon this hereto
fore regarded fatal disease, but restores the Lungs and
their sympathising organs to NATURAL AND HEALTHY
ACTION. Accompanying each package are general in
#tructions and dizrections (translated) for its use, adap
ted to all cases, and if strictly followed, will not fail in
every instance-—if the Lungs are not wholly consumed—
of restoring the patient to health which may be perma
nently secured by future care and avoiding too much expo
sure to atmospheric changes,
Price, Eight Francs. LOUIS FONTAIN.
**For the information of persons residing in the iny
terior—any part of the Government—he would state tha
the remedy is prepared and imported direct from their
Laboratoire, Paris, and that the same can be transported
through Mail, as he is advised by Officers of the Poat
Office Department, to any Post Office in the country at
the same charge as for a double letter. Any persons
therefore residing distant from this City, who may wish
to avail them=elves of the remedy, can do so by address
ing him through the mail, post paid. Two dollars aecom
panying an order will entitle a person to one whole, and
one third package. LOMIS FONTAIN.
Washington, D C., Nov. 17, 1846, 3
Walker & Jackson.
Portsmouth & Boston Package Express.
sl WILL take charge of BUNDLES and small
BOXES of GOODS, PACKAGES of Money.
&& - Specie, &e.
Notes, Drafts & Bills collected and paid, and return
made promptly and correctly.
Leaves PORTSMOUTH at 95 A. M. daily,
pe BOSTON Office at 2 and 5 P. M.
§3&-This express carries no letters whatever.
OFFICES, ;
Portsmouth, at G, MANENT’S No 15 Congress-at
Hampton, at Railread Depot.
Newburyport, WM. FORBES, No. 11 State-st.
Boston, J. R. HALL, Azent, No. 8 Court-st.
GIDEON WALKER.
Portsmouth, June 10, 1845. €. C. JACKSON.
BUSINESS NOTICE
7r HE sub:cribers would respectfully inform their
{riends and the public that they have forined a co
partnership under the firm ot .
UPHAM & YEATON,
and ave taken the store recently occupied by Messrs.
SaMuEL Rowe & Co. No. 31 Market-street, where
they will keep a full assortmont of
Fj.MILY GROCERIES & SHIP STORES
; J. B. UPHAM,
Oct. 6, 1846. JOHN YEATON.
HAY PRESS.
FOR sale an excellent SCREW HAY PRESS.—
One of the best of the kind. Enquire at this office.
Nov. 17.
To the Ladies.
I HAVE on hand a good supply of GAITER BOOTS,
Half GAITERS and BUSKINS, aud SHOES of all
kinds for Spring and Summer wear, made in the latesd
fashion of the very best Stock and workmanship.-
Ladies will call and examine my Stock of Gaiters and
Shoes, and will find here a good assortment of Custom
made Shoes which will be sold at the lowest Cash prices
Remember the No.—l4§ Market st. corner Ladd-st.
April 7, J.CHAPLIN CARR.
REVISED STATUTES of the State of N.
Ilampshire, to which are prefixed the Constitu
tion of the United States and of the State of New-Hamp
shire, together with the Acts of June Session, 1846,
NEW-HAMPSHIRE ANNUAL REGISTER, and
U. S. Calender for the year 1847, :
RURAL REGISTER and Almanac, for 1847, Lea &
Blanchard, Philade!phia.
Willis & Co’s COUNI'ERFEIT DETECTOR, for
December.
POEMS, Sacred, Passionate and Humorous, by Nath’l
Parker Willis, with a portrait ot the author.
Just received hy S, A. BADGER,
[Oll)‘l stngd of N, March.] No. 7 Ex, Buildings.
ecC. . -
Wanted.
1 00 D FRESH FLOUR BA RRELS;
50 bush CRANBERRIES;
100 bushels Marrow BEANS; 100 do Pea BEANS ;
and good Fresh EGGS & BUTTER. For which fuir
prices will he paid in Grncerievffr Cash, by -
Sept 29 L. COTTON, 17 Pleasant st,
Vegetable Medicine Store.
Corner of Market and Hanover Sts.
AT this establishment may be found the most approv
ed VEGETABLE Compound, and simples—pre
served and prepared in the best manner:—Among which
are,
Holman’s Nature’s Grand Restorative—
warranted to be prepared from the original recipe of Dr
Chas. Holman,—and in any case where it does not give
full satisfaction the purchaser is requested to return what
remains unused and take back the whole amount pajd for
it. Laighton’s Billious Bitters— :
this medicine, the proprietor has fully tested in curing
the following complaints. viz: Billious Fevers, Jaundice,
Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Diseased Liver, Shortness of
Breath, Inflammation, &c. From five years experience
in the use of this article he can recommend it with con
fidence.
Laighton’s Sarsaparilla & Dandelion Syrup,
Superior medicine for weak and humory constitutions ;
Testimony from.the highest sources can be shown of the
efficacy in curing complaints of years standing, & where
every other knowvn remedy had been used to no imporant
nefit.
- ELLIS’ VOLTENBURG BITTERS,
is also offered for =ale at this store. This aiticle has
given great relief in Pulmonary Affections, and comes
highly recommended.
LAIGHTONS COUGH & CHOLERA SYRUP.
Composition Powders, Cough Powders, Emetics, Oils
Extracts; together with a full assortment of HERBS,
Roots, Barks, &c. constantly on haud with appropriate
directions.
Vegetuble Medicine Store,
Corner of Market & Hanover Sts.
Aung. 11, W. LAIGHTON.
HOUSE-KEEPING ARTICLES.
PERS()NS about to commence House-keep=
ing and those already established, can find a grea
ter variety of useful House-Keeping articles at
MORRISON'S FURNISHING STORE,
than can be found at any other place in New-England.
Porsons living at a distance of fifty miles can save the
expense ofa journey and a handsome per centage by | ur
chasing at this establishment. The assortment cons.: 's
in part of the following:
STOVES of all the most improved patterns;
Family Hardware-and Cutlery;
A large stock of Crockery and Stove Ware ;
An extensive variety of WOODEN WARE;
Silver, German Silver, and Brittannia Ware ;
Clocks, Time pieces, and Looking G lasses;
Willow Ware, Brushes, Brooms, and Mats;
Custom made TIN WARE on hand, and all kinds of
T'in and Sheet Iron Work done to order at short notice,
by experienced workmen. JONA. MORRISON,
Oct 13 15 Daniel-street.
PURIPY THR BLOO D
MOFFAT’S
AND
The high and envied celebrity which these pre-eminent
Medicines have acquired for their invariable efficacy in all
the diseases which they profess to cure, has rendered the
usual practice of puffing not only unnecessary, but unwor
thy of them. They are known by their fruits ; thejr good
works testify for them, and they thrive not by the faith of
the credulous.
BT AN LN, . A SN S
Qf ASTHMA, ACUTE and CHRONIC RHEUMATISM,
AFFECTIONS of the BLADDER and KIDNEYS.
BILIOUS FEVERS & LIVER COMPLAINTS,—
In the south and west, where these diseases prevail, they will
be found Invaluable. Planters, farmers, and others, who once
use these Medicines, will never afterwards be without them.
BILIOUS CHOLIC, and SEROUS Looseness, BILES,
COSTIVENESS, COLDS & COUGHS, CHOLIC,
CONSUMPTION. Used with great success in this disease.
CORRUPT HUMORS, DROPSIES,
DYSPEPSIA. Noperson with this distressing dis
ease, should delay using these medicines immediately.
ERUPTIONS of the Skin, ERYSIPELAS, FLATU
LENCY,
FEVER and AGUXE. For this scourge of the wes
tern country these medicines will be found a safe, speedy, and
eertain remedy. Other medicines leave the system subject to a
return of the disease—a cure by these medicines is permanent.~
TRY THEM, BE SATISFIED, AND BE CURED.
FOULNESS of COMPLEXION,
GENERAL DEBILITY,
GOUT, GIDDINESS, GRAVEL, HEADACHES, of every
kind, INWARD FEVER, INFLAMMATORY RHEUMA
TISM, IMPURE BLOOD, JAUNDICE, LOSS «f APPE
TITE,
LIVER COMPLAINTS,
LEPROSY, LOOSENESS,
MERCURIAL DISEASES.—
Never fails to eradicate entirely all the effeets of Meroury infi
nitely sooner than the most powerful preparation of Sarsaparilia.
NIGHT SWEATS, NERVOUS DEBILITY, NERVOUS
COMPLAINTS of all kinds, ORGANIC AFFECTIONS;
PALPITATION of the HEART, PAINTER'S CHOLIG,
PIL ES. The original proprietor of these medicines
was cured of Piles of 35 years standing by the use of these Life
Medicines alone.
PAINS in the head, side, back, limbs, joints and organs.
RHEUMATISM. Those afflicted with this
terrible disease, will be sure of relief by the Life Medicines.
: RUSH of BLOOD to the HEAD, SCURYY,
SALTRHEUM, SWELLINGS,
SCROFULA, on RING’S EVIL, inits
worst forms, UL C ER S, of every description.
YW O R IV 8, of all kinds, are eftectually expelled by
these Medicines. Parents will do well to administer them when
ever their existence is suspected. Relief will be certain.
THE LIFE PILLS AND PHENIX BITTERS
PURIFY THE BLOOD,
And thus remove all disease from the system.
A single trial will place the LIFE PILLS and
PHE fi I.X Bl T‘FE RS beyond the reach of compe
tition in the estimation of every patient.
The genuine of these medicines are now put up in white
wrappers and labels, together with a pamphlet, called
€ Moffat's Good Samaritan,”’ containing the directions, &e,
on which is a drawing of Broadway from.VVall street to vur
Office, by which strangers visiting the city can very e.sily
find us, The wrappers and Samaritans are copyrighted,
therefore those who procure them with white wra?crs can
be assured that they are genuine. Be careful, and do not
buy those with yellow wrappers; but if you do, be satisfied
that they come direct from us, or dont touch them.
{I7~ Prepared and sold by
PR. WILLIAM B. MOFTFT AT,
335 Broadway, coruer of Anthony street, New York,
For Sale by '
Margh 17 WM. R. PRESTON, Druggist.
RITISH LUSTRE for cleaning stoves for sale by
B eNov. 24, J. N. HANDY.
'f'[llCK BCOTS —A large assortment of Men’s,
Boy’s and Children’s Cowhide, Kip and Calf-skin
BOOTS , custom made and warranted,—For sale by the
case or single pair, by J. C. CARR,
Qct. 27 14§ Market st.
Notice.
V“HE undersigned have formed a co-partnership, for
. the purpose of transacting the LUMBER and
W®OD business, and may be known as JAMES PICK
ERING & CO. JAMES PICKERING,
EDWARD S. WENDELL.
On band and for sale (on Win Sheafe’s Wharf, N. End)
150 M. BOARDS, PLANK and JOIST;
100 ¢ Cedar and Pine SHINGLES:
75 -* ILLATHS;
12 «“ CLAP3OARDS;
6 ¢ Clear PIECKETS;
175 Cords EARD WOOD. Dec. 1.
Stoves.
VE'UIE mozt splendid assortment of COOK and P AR
. LOUR STOVES for Coal and Wood ever offer
ed in this market. For sale by
Oct 6. J. MORRISON.
New-England Depot of Botanic
Y ; Ny
MEDICINES,
Nos 79 & 81 Blackstone, 6 & 8 Endicott-Sts.
BOSTON, MASS.
BY J. T GILMAN PIKE:
Laboratory Nos. 5 & 6 Canal Block.
J T. G. PIKE, announces to his friends and the
® public that he has on hand at his Depot the most
extensive stock of Botanic Medicines ever offered in the
United States.
Wholesale dealers in all parts of the country, will find
his house unequaled in point of extent and variety of
Medicines, which, he assures his patrons he will furaish
at a fair price, and of unexceptionable quality. He wil!
aupply all the Botanic medicines indigenous to this coun
iry, with a very full assortment of those imported from
abroad. Also, all kinds of Wines and liquors for medica.
purposes *
The retail department is committed to the care of ex
perienced salesmen, who will answer with promptaess,
the orders of practitioners. private families & individuals.
In addition to his extensive variety of Botanic Medi
cines, his Stock embraces a full assortment of Shaker
Heibs; Botanic Books; Dental Instruments; Syringes of
all kinds, &ec,
gc&=Medicines neatly put up and labelled, with full di
rections for family use, and safely packed for any part o
hte world. ly sept. 16
MARROW & PinA BEANS.
l 0‘) BUSH, Marrow BEANS ;
100 do Pea do .~ For sa'e by
Oct 20. L.2COTTON, 17 Pleasant street.
BROA DCLOTHS, DOESKINS , CASSIMERES,
Xattinets, Vestings, Kentucky Jeans, Beaver
and Pilot CLOTHS, with an extensive assortment of
other WOOLENS for Men and Boys® wear, for sale at
very low prices by T. TREDICK,
Qct. 20, No. 21 Market-st,
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| SIX YEARS AGO :
the children began to cry for Sherman’s Lozenges. The
noise was not so loud at that time, but it has kept in
creasing ever since, and now has become so great that
the mouths of the little ones can scarce be stopped. Dr
Sherman sympathises with the litile sufferers, and very
much regrets that any of them should be disappointed.
Knowing the vast benefit which has been conferred up
on the community by the introduction of his infallible
WORM LOZENGES,
he has entered into ariangements for enlarging his Man
ufactory, bymeans of which ke thinks he will be able 1o
supply the demand. And the same pains and care will
be taken, that these celebrated Lozenges be uade as
they dave always been, in oider that those who depend
upou them, may not be disappointed in their hopes. He
knew when he commenced the manufacture of the Worm
Lozenges, that they would supersede the use of every
other vermifuge, as the Lozenge is very pleasant to ihe
taste speedy in its effects, as well as certain, and the
quantity required to effect a perfect cure,isvery small.
These properties in connexion with the fact that they
are sold for 25 cents per Box, thus placing them in the
reach of the poorest man in the land, hasnot only caus
ed them to take the place of every other vermifuge ever
offered,but also rendered them popular to the communiuy,
Dr Sherman’s
COUGH LOZEWNGES,
continue to cure Conghs, Colds, Consumption, Asthma
shortness and difficulty of Breathing, and other disease
of the Lungs, with the same facility they did on their
first introduction, and the people have now become per
suaded by actual experience, that on the accession nf a
slight Cold, they have only to step to either the Dr’s
office, or one of his Agents, and obtain a box of his
Cough Lozenges, which are very convenient to earry
in the pocket, and to take a few throngh the day. By
pursuing this course a cure is often eflected in 24 houre,
and the patient about his business. So greatis the cel
ebrity of the Lozenges that thousands of persons who
have used them, and become acquainted with their ef
fects, will never be without them.
SHERMANS POOR MAN’S PLASTER
has cured more cases of Rheumatism,pain in the Back,
Side and Chest, Lumbago and Weakness, than any ap
plication that has ever been made. As ibe celebrity of
the Plaster has increased. bundreds of upprincipled ras
cals have attempted to counterfeit it, and palm it off up
on the community as the genuine, & Beware of de
ception.-£HF Remember that the tine and genuine las
ter is spread upon reddizh paper made expressly for the
purpose, and in every case the signature ol Dr Sherman
is printed upon the back of the Plaster, and the whole
secured by Copy Right. None others are genuine.—
[herefore when you want a real good Sherman’s Poer
Man’s Plaster, call at the office, 106 Nassau sireet and
you will not be disappoisted.
Remember the number. 106 Nassan street, where all
Dr Sherman’s Lozenges are sold. His Agents are Mrs
Hays, 139 Fulton street, Brooklyn; Hinesop, Williams
burg;- and Reding and Co. Boston.
For sale in Portsmouth, by BRACKETT HUTCH
INGS, Druggist & Apothecary. Also, John L. Avery,
Greenland; Nathan Bachelder, North Hampton; John
Mason, Hampton; Moses Hale, Newburyport; 3. Web
ster, Salisbury; G. Towle & Co. Lee; J. L. Rundlett,
Epping; James A. Buder. Nottangham; Peler San
bore, Deerficld; J. & 8. Blake, Raymond ; Chase &
Robingon, Poplin, E. B. Wnod, Brentwood; S P.
Clark, Kingston; C. C. P. Moses, F. Grant, Exeter;
John T'. Lock, South Newmarket; S. A, Haley, New
market; A.Perkins, Durham; D. llanson, Rochester;
Wm B. Smith, Joba Wheeler & A A Tults, Dover.
Nept 3, 1846, eowly
saht
E.:L. ADAMS & CO.
I%IE RCHANT TAILORS, & DEALER>
' in READY MADE ©CLOTHING, Also
GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 19 STATE STREET, [2d door fin Devonshire,]
Opposite South side Uld State iYouse,
EBEN’R L. ADA NS, BOSTON.
HeENRY KxNNARD,
Jonx D. HiLuianrp. 1y July 28.
F. BROWN’S
Sarsaparilla and Tomato Ritters,
%‘/ ILL be found a certain cure in all cases of In |
digestion or Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Loss of Appe
tite, General Debility, Faintness and Sinking of the
Stomach, Lowness of spivits, Coztiveness, Det zrmiaation
of Blood 1o the head, Pain in the Limbg, and side, Di
arvheea, Weakness, Dizziness, Cutaneous Eruptions on
the Face and Neck, Hectic Fever, Night Sweats, Nerv
ous and Sick-Hendache, Acidity of stomach, Billious
Affectionr, Piles, and in all diseases caused by mpurity
of Blood, the debility of the system, or the unhealthy
state of the stomach and bowels,
They are also exceedingly efficacious in restoring con
stitutions broken down by sedentary employmentis, and
have been extensively used by Clergymen, Editors, Prin
ters, Clerks, Seamstresses anid numerous others whose
health had been injured by counfinement and close appli
cation, with the happiest results.
They restore ihe action of the stomach, increase the
quantity of the blood, and impart to the wan & emaciat
ed system of the invalid the vigor and glow of true
health.
Piles! Piles!!
Brown’s Sarsaparilla will be found a certain remedy
for that dreadful and most woublesome disease. Cases
have been cured after all other remedies have been tiied
without having the least effect.
Coughs! Coughs!! 1
We can recommend this article as being one of the
most efficaeious mecicines for Conghs, Pain in the xide, ‘
weakness, &c. now in use. lthas been used with gieat |
effect in removing Coughy of long standing.
MR EDWARD MASON.
Droggist in Portland, Me , says Brown’s Sarsaparilla &
Tomato Bitters are now doing wonders in that place.‘
Nearly all the Physicians are recommending it, |
T. R. HAYS. |
One of the firm of T.R. Havs & Co.. Portland, says
hi never sold a medicine that gave such general satixfac- l
eon for all Billious complaints; there is nothing in his |
opinion that equals them. |
MR A. G. PAGE, |
Bath, Me , says he never sold any medicine that givei
such general satisfaction; he hag known many to be cur
ed by it of bad humors, &c. afier they have been given ‘
up as incurable by all their triends. |
CAPT. JOSEPH HOLLY,
Of the Whale ship Erie, which sails from Fair-llaven,
recommends Brown’s Sarsaparilla and Tomato Bitters
to all sea faring men. He says he should rather be wilh-|
out his medicine chest than not have a snpply of these
Bitters. Scurvey is completely cared by its use. l
| [¥rom the Boston Morning Post.]
' The editor says ‘it always affords him pleasure to re
commend a good article, particularly one that is recom- '
’ mended by most of our physicians, therefore he highly
recommends Brown’s Sarsaparilla and Tomato Bitters.”
} [Boston Evening Gazette ] ‘
| The editor says, ‘the extensive sale of Brown’s Sarsa
parilla and Tomato Bitters is the best proofofite excel
“lence; iuour opinion these Bitters are one of the best
“compounds ever offered for the cure of Dyspepsia, Jaun
dice, costiveness, &e. We advise all to try them.”
[From the Portland Bulletin.]
The medical qualities of Brow N’s Sarsaparilla ard
Tomato Bitters is spoken of in the highest terms by all
that have used them. We advise the invalid to nse them,
as they are highly lecommended by many of our firs
physicians.
[Erom the Boston Daily Mail ]
It ig with a great deal of pleasure we can say we are
daily hearing new cases where Browr’s Sarsaparilla and
Tomuto Bitters are effecting astonishing cures in purity
-ing the blood and assisting digestion, afier all other rem
edics have failed to give relief. Many of the Physicians
in Boston have taken quitean interest in this compouad.
We can recommend it with the greatest confidence to our
readers. Don’t take our word for it but try one botile
and satisfy yourselves.’
The above are but a tew of the many hundreds of ve
commendations we could give. The above 1 think is
sufficient to satisfy any one. ;
N. B. Always be sure to ask for F. BROWN'S as
there are counterfeits andimitations which are intended
’ to deceive.
Address all ordered to FREDERICK BROWN, 68
-Washington-street, Boston. Bitters securely packed
for shipping. ' :
- List of Agents—WM, R. PRESTON, ; Ports
: : B. HUTCHINGS, §mouth,
Dover,—J. K. Wheeler, and W. B. Smith & Co.
Lzeter,—N. Gilman, Jr. Greenland—J. P, Packer,
© Suld generally by Druggists and A gents throughout
New England. - eowly . Aprilld, 1816,
CLOAK GOODS. |
]()HN WEBSTER, has just received a foll in-1
3 voice of THIBET CLOTHS, of all the desirable
‘shades : together with a general assortment of Merinos,
Indiana Cloth?, French Plaids, Alpaccas,
ALEPINES, and other Cloak Goods, “which are to he
sold cheaper than goods of the same «quality can be
bought elsew llef?%fl : Nov. 24,
Extraodinary Discovery,
n g A
Herseing G,
P 5 BT 1y 2 sARh\ \ L‘_ v e
b | O
S e e o W
DEAFNESS CAN BE CURED!
C OOPER’S E'HEREAL OIL.—A prompt and last
/ ing remedy for DEAFNESS, also for pains and dis
charge of matter from the Ears.
Hundreds of cuves in cases deemed utterly hopeless
have firmly established its superiorily over every former
Medical discovery.
This valoable Acoustic Medicine is a compound of feur
different Oils, one of which, the active and principal ime
gredient, is obtained from the bark of a certain species of
WALNUT, a new and efiectual agent, in the cure of
deafuess.
Persons who had been deaf for 10, 15 and even 20 years
have been permanently cured by using this Oil. In fact
50 numerous and so emphatic have been the testimonials
in its favor, that the inventor claims for it the distiuction
of an Infallible Remedy, in all cases, when the Ear is
perfect in its formation.
For further particulars, and evidence of its great value,
see printed sheets, in the hands of Agents. For sale
in this town only by WM. R. PRESTON,
July 14 1y Druggist.
SAMUEL A. BADGER,
BOOKSELLER & STATIONER,
Old Stand of N. March,) No. 7 Exchange Buildings
KEEI’S constantly for sale at wholesale and retail,
BOOKS
(In every department of Literature; Classical; School;
Law; Medical and Miscellaneous.
STATIONARY.
Of every description and of the finest quality. A large
assortment of all kinds of
BLANK BOOKS. NAUTICAL BOOKS off
all kinds and CHARTS of most parts ofthe world.
FANCY & MISCELLANFEOUS ARTI
CLES, IN GREAT VARIETY,
Consieting of Cutlery of the best manutacturers; Shaving
Soap and Brushes; Gold and Silver Leaf and Bronze,
Visiting Cards, Pocket Maps, snuff Boxes, Purees,
Pocket Books, Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes,
Combs, Mathematical Instraments, W ork Boxes,
Albums, Measuring Tapes; Chess-men, But
tledores,Gammon Boards, Dice, Dominoes,
Pen-Racks, Amberine Cream, ke. &ec.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS & Music Books.
The largest and best assortment of English, Freneh &
AMERICAN ROOM PAPERS,
to be found in the State.
MHEDICINE.
Wright’s Indian Vegetable, Morrison’s and Brandreth’s
Pills, McAllister’s All-Healing Ointment, Voltenburg
Bitters, Physicians Remedies, §c. &c.
PERIODICALSCS.
Ladies’ Book, Graham’s Magazine, National Magaaine,
Columbian Magazine, New York Illustrated Maga
zine, Merry’s Museum, Merchant’s Magazine, U
miversalizt Repository,Democratic Review, Sat
urday Courier, Boston Trumpe*, Boston Cou
rier, Daily and Weekly Advertiser, Week
ly Messenger, Boston Statesman & Post,
Phila, Satarday Evening Post, &c.&c.
BG-Most of the above Periodicals delivered free of
Fnslage.
SPALDIRG & PARROTT,
No. 63 Market Street.
()FFFA{ forsale A GENERAL ASSORTMENT oF BAR
IRON & STEEL, and all other articles nsually
fourd in an lro: Ntore, ts Oct 13.
Grolund Plaster,
il ;1?( TONS now landing in fine order from achr. Ho
é) 4 ratio Wilson, fron Wilknot, N. 8. and for sale
June 2. by L. COTTON, 17 Pleasant-st.
!‘% OSIERY & GLOVES,—A large stock of the
k different kinds of Hosiery & Gloves for sale at
re luced prices. WM J LAIGHTGN,
Nov 3 13 Market street.
C HARCOAL PANTE—For cleansing the Teeth
and Gums, and parifying the breath. a very fine
article, neatly put upin Glass Jars. Price 25 cents.
For sale by S. A. BADGER,
Nov 3 No 7 Faxchange Buildings.
THE AMERICAN
. r .‘. ’ .
Air-Tizht Cooking Stove.
PIERCE’S PATENT, FIVE SIZES,
FITTED FOR wWOOD OR €OAL,
T@YHE zubizcriber has the utmost confidence in the sn
g perior merits of this article. helieving it to be the
wost perfect, convenient and economical Stove ever offer
ed to the public.
It is the opinion of all who hive examined or used it
that it,wili supercede all other Cooking Stoves in nse. It
has more actual vmprovements and convenicnces about it
than can well be described here; a few among the wany
are snch as having the top of the oven made of fire In ick,
which givesit all the advantages ofa Brick Ouven, causing
the bread to rise and bake lizht, as the steam is absorbed
into the hrick. This improvement is of great imp ortance
and is warranted 1o Bake quicker and better than any oth
eroven. The Ntove has six places for Boiling and the
best facilities for roasting in front with a Tin-kitchen, al
so (he broiling is done without filling the room with smoke.
There is no one objection can be raised against it. Any
responsible person can have the trial ot one free of cost.
July 28. J. MOEZRISON, 15 Daniel St.
,‘,::"2!;"" ;-,l:)_ g MORRISON will take orvders for
145\?3?/% > @ FRUITand ORNAMENT AL
=“, m> T RE ES, from the celebrated Nurserios
3 s ™ NOV. 3
) of PARsONs & (.-o._—‘“ I'\—o_\_._3_‘
Exeter ¥arn.
EXETER WARP YARN for sale at the manufac
turer's price by JOHN WEBSTER,
Oct 3. No. 6, Danicl-street.
Paper Hangings.
@ VARIETY of new and select patterns of ROOM
M PAPERS, also a further supply of middling and
low priced Papers for Fall repairs. Just opened by
Sept 29 J. W. FOSTER, No. 5 Murket-st.
l EONARD COTTON, Offers for sale,
4 At No. 17 Pleasant Street,
2000 Bushels Turks Island SALT ; ;
1000 do. Cadiz SALT
100 Bags of Liverpool do, 10 bags to 2 tow 3
200 do Syracuse do.;
50 Hhds of Trinadad MOLASSESR;
Jan. 6, 1816. ts
Wantea.
[ MMEDIATELY, by ve subscriber,—
2000 yarcs all Wool CLOTH;
1000 do Cotton and Wool Cloth;
500 =keins Colored Mixed YARN;
200 do White Yarn, for whicli the highest price
will be paid, Ly JOHN WEBSTER,
Sept 29 No. 6 Daniel-st.
POT.\SH for sale by
Sept 8 WM BIMES & CO.
Stockings, Socks. Shirts, Drawers. &c.
i LARGE assortinent ot the above Goods can be oh-
LR tained at the Jewelry & Variety Store, No. 4
Dan:el Streety Which will be sold at the lowest Fae
tory Prices at wholesale or by the Single Pair. SBept 29
NEW "'HIBE T CLOTHS, 4e.
C LARET, Mulberry, Browns, Citron, Nazarine-Blue,
Blk, Olive, Scarlet, Light-Blve Thibet CLOTHS.
Black and Coloved INDTANAS.
Best quality Repp and Plain Silk Warp ALPACCAS,.
GALA PLAIDS, Plad Cloakings, &e. &ec.
Just received at 21 Market street.
Oct. 20. T. TREDICK.
l{lifl ASH BROKEN COAL.—IOO tons first quali
ty just received per Lydia Foswer. * For sale by
April 28 E. Ij‘._SlSl‘) & CO.
EXETER YARN.
EXETER Cotton Warp Yarn, of the hest quality,
fnl‘ sale |)y J N l{.\NDY
sept 8 B B :
WOoOD
41) CORDS Virginia Oak WOOD;
<# 50 do Nova Scotia do.
50 do Souihera Pitch Pine do. For sale by
Aug 18. L. COTTON, 17 Pleasant-st.
e e e et e et
SPEHM OIL.—IOOO galls Crad2 SPERM OIIL
which burns without crusticg, and is more durabl
than the lefined or rectified Oil. For sale at retail by »
Oct 6. LEONARD COT'I_‘ON, 17 Pleasant-s t
wa Sultana RAISINS, CURRANTS & TAMA-.
RINDS, for saleby ~ WM. SIMES & CO.
N')v- 17. 24 0y .’ £l
JAToulding Sand, '
F I'. SISiS & €Co have for sale 50 Tons New
4® York Moulding SAND. tleopis Aug 25,
CeAMUEL BAKER, SURGEON DENTIST,
S has rcmu\";dgill! Markets Sty June 30

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