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WM. H. LYON & CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of Foreign and Domestic Fancy Goods, Cutlery, Silver Ware, Jewelry,
Combs, Buttons, Silk, Thread, &c.,

4 Dey-street.
HANFORD & BROTHER.,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in all kinds of Clothing, Shirts, Drawers, and

Furnishing Goods,

29 Park Row, opposite the Astor House. Orders promptly filled. Clothing made to order for the Trade. We are the largest manufacturers of Clothing, Oiled Clothing, and Covered Hats in the Union.

WM. H. DEGROOT & SON,

Oak-Hall Clothing Warehouse,
84 and 86 Fulton-street, extending through to 47 and 49 Gold-st.

TROW BRIDGE, DWIGHT & CO.,
Manufacturers of and Wholesale Dealers in Clothing,

115 Broadway.
A. WESSON & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Boots and Shoes,
9 Park Place and 6 Murray-street, near Broadway.

STARR, SON & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Hats, Caps and Straw Goods,

5 Barclay-st.
SAMUEL ROOSEVELT,
Importer of Hardware and Cutlery, and Manufacturer of Looking Glasses,

8 Platt-st., two doors from Pearl.
INGOLDSBY, HALSTED & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, &c.,

119 Maiden Lane. LOUIS F. FELLOWS & SCHELL, Importers and Dealers in Watches, Watch Materials, Jewelry, Cutlery and Plated Wares,

21 Maiden Lane.
FRANCIS TOMES & SON,
Importers of Cutlery, Fine Guns and Sporting Articles of every description,

6 Maiden Lane. Guns made by Westley Richards, Marston, Greener, and other celebrated makers, on hand and imported to order. Sole Agents for Eley's Wire Cartridges and Heiffor's Army Razor.

EDWARD P. HEYER & CO.,
Importers of Hardware, Guns and Cutlery,

85 Maiden Lane.
WM. BRYCE & CO.,
Importers of Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, &c.,

29 Chambers-st., opposite the Park.
WRIGHT, BETTS & CO.,

Successors to Smith, Wright & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers in Saddlery,

99 Liberty street.

DANIEL BURGESS & CO.,
Publishers, Wholesale Booksellers and Stationers,

60 John street.
IVISON & PHINNEY,
Successors of Mark H. Newman & Co., Wholesale Booksellers, and Publishers of the
American Educational Series of School Books. Catalogues sent by mail gratis.

178 Fulton street.
LEWIS & BLOOD,
Law Booksellers and Publishers. Old Libraries bought or exchanged.

73 Nassau street, one door North of John street.
JOHN COX & CO., LATE J. & J. COX,

349 Broadway, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN GAS FIXTURES, French, English and American, adapted to the various styles of ancient and modern ornament. Rich Mantle Clocks, Candelebras, Girandoles, Flower Vases, Parian Marble Figures, &c., Manufacturers of Silver Ware, in all its branches, in the first style of the art.

Sheffield and Birmingham Plated Wares, Table Cutlery, Japannery, &c.

WESTERN HOTEL

D. D. WINCHESTER,

BENJ. F. WINCHESTER,
THOMAS D. WINCHESTER,
Nos. 9, 11, 13 and 15 Cortlandt street,

THREE DOORS FROM BROADWAY.

THOMAS E. BISHOP,
Importer of Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, and dealer in American Hardware, '

89 Maiden Lane. GEORGE W. & JEHIAL READ, Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Hats, Caps, and Straw Goods, Umbrellas and Parasols, 100 Chambers street, near Stewart's, the Irving House, and

West of Broadway.

THOMAS BRUNS, Card Engraver and Printer, Seals, Door Plates, &c., neatly engraved and sent by Express to any part of the United States.

206 Bowery.
GEORGE C. DUNBAR,
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in Boots, Shoes, and Brogans,

200 Broadway.
GAS! GAS! GAS !
The largest assortment, probably in the world, of

GAS FIXTURES,
Both modern and antique, will be found at the great Manufacturing Depot of

ARCHER, WARNER & CO.,
376 Broadway, New York, and 119 Chestnut street, Philadelphia.

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Stabler's Anodyne Cherry Expectorant Is confidently recommended to Invalids, as unsurpassed by any known preparation, for the cure of Coughs, Hoarseness, and other forms of Common Colds ; Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup, Consumption in an Early Stage, and for the Relief of the Patient even in advanced stages of that fatal disease. It combines, in a scientific manner, remedies of long esteemed value, with others of more recent discovery, and besides its soothing and conic qualities, acts through the skin gently, and with great efficacy, for the cure of this class of diseases. Price 50 cents, and $1 a bottle.

Stabler's Diarrhea Cordial Is a pleasant Mixture, compounded in agreement with the rules of Pbarmacy, of therapeutic agents, long known and celebrated for their peculiar efficacy in curing Diarrhea, and similar affections of the system. In its action, it allays nausea, and produces a healthy condition of the Liver, thus removing the cause at the same time that it cures the disease, leaving the system in the natural state, not requiring purgatives after its use-being a desideratam never before obtained. Price 50 cents a bottle.

The valuable medicines above named, are not empirical, but are prepared in agreement with the experience of some of the most learned and judicious practitioners, and are not secret, further than is necessary to protect the proprietors and those who use them, from loss and imposition, as the component parts have been made known, confidentially, from time to time, to more than

500 PHYSICIANS!!! in different parts of the United States, all of whom without a single exception, have not only approved of the formala by which they are prepared, but most of them have freely stated that they are the best remedies they have ever known for the cure of the diseases for which they are prescribed.

Our confidence in the excellence of these medicines added to the desire to avoid the just prejudice of the medical profession against secret and quack nostrums, induced us to adopt this candid course

Space here will only admit of the insertion of a single letter from one eminent physician, out of the abundant written evidence respecting the merits of these unique remedies, received by us from Physicians of high standing, from sixteen of the best APOTHECARIES of the city of Baltimore, and from a great number of MERCHANTs in the interior, who have used them and sold them extensively, testifying in the strongest manner to their good effects, we must refer all inquirers to the descriptive pamphlets and circulars to be had gratis, of those who keep the medicines for sale, or what is better, we advise invalids to TRY THEM, they are perfectly safe, and can do no injury to any if the directions are obeyed.

Letter from Dr. William H. Farrow, of Snow Hill, Maryland:

Gentlemen—I have frequently in my practice prescribed your “Stabler's Anodyne Cherry Expectorant” and “Diarrhoea Cordial," with great satisfaction to myself, and to the entire relief of such diseases as they profess to cure. I consider them happy combinations of some of our most valuable and safe therapeutical agents, and must be of infinite worth to the afflicted and mankind at large. In furnishing the medical profession with these active and concentrated preparations, so convenient for administration, and of a standard quality, you have rendered them an eminent service, and I can do no less than earnestly recommend these preparations to practitioners, and especially in the country, where the impurity of commercial Drugs is one of the greatest obstacles to the success of the Physician.

E: H. STABLER & CO., Proprietors of the above Medicines, Wholesale Druggists and Importers, Baltimore, U. S. of America.

9 The above named Valuable Medicines may be bad of the principal Druggists and Apothecaries in this City, and sold wholesale by the principal Druggests in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Pittsburg, Wheeling, Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis, Memphis, New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, Charleston, Richmond, and other large places.

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