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No. 270 North Second-street, above the Golden Lam,

PHILADELPHIA. BENJAMIN O. HODGES,

respectfully informs his friends and the public in general. that he keeps on hand a constant supply of Beds and Bedding. Mattresses of all kinds, Sacking-Bottoms— FEATHERS of the best quality, Curled Hair, Moss, Flocks, Cattails, Cotton, Wool, and a general assortment of CABINET WARE, such as Bedsteads, Bureaus, Tables, Sideboards, Children's Cribs, Cradles, Wash-stands, &c. and a general assortment of CHAIRS, and a number of other articles in his line, all of which he will sell on reasonable terms. Young persons who are about to commence housekeeping will find it to their advantage to call and see his assortment, and Ship-Masters will be furnished on the most liberal terms.

May, 1826.

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TWEED & BONNEL,
Fancy and Windsor Chair Manufacturers,
No. 2 Cherry-street, one door froin Dover-street,

NEW-YORK, ID Orders thankfully received, and executed with punctuality and despatch. 1 liberal allowance made to shippers.

Old Chairs repaired, painted, and regilt. April, 1826.

J. W. DURYEE,

DRUGOIST,
No. 206 Pearl-street, next door to the corner of Fly-Market-slip

NEW-YORK, Hlas for sale a general assortment of Drugs, Medicines of all kinds, Perfumery, Dyers' and Fullers' articles, Patent Medicines, &c. of the best qualities and low prices.

MEDICINE CHESTS put up and repaired with care and despatch, by a professional character, and all orders left at 206 Pearl-street, will be promptly attended to.

May, 1826.

ISAAC W. GOODRICH,

STATIONER,
No. 76 State-Street Boston, (Mass.)

Has for sale, Ledgers, Journals, Cash, Sales, Invoice, and Letter-Books, ruled and bound, in the neatest manner ; Paper, warranted of the very first quality, prices low; English, Italian, and American writing paper ; Letter, do. ; Dutch, English, and American Quills; Ink powder; Wax, Wafers ; Red and Black Ink ; Penknives, of Rodger's manufacture, 150 different patterns, one to eight blades, 12 cents to $5 each : John Bar ber's Old English Razors, warranted good, or money returned ; Emerson's Razor Strops, superior to any in use ; Playing Cards, by groce, dozen, or single pack, at manufacturer's prices ; Day & Martin's Real Japan Liquid Blacking, by cask, dozen, or single jug; Bow ditch's new edition Navigator ; Blunt's American Coast Pilot ; Nautical Almanacs; Ready Calculators ; Sailor's Physician-Seaman's Journals, printed forms, any size or thickness, bound.

Merchants will always find a complete assortment of blanks, such as Checks, Bills Lading, Entries, Manifests, Shipping Papers, &c. &c. Account Books, in sets, ruled and bound to any pattern. Old books re-bound.

1. W. G. has a manufactory of Calf-Skin Pocket Books, and can furnish them in a style superior to any manufactured in the United States, and as low. Purchasers are invited to call and examine for themselves.

Sea-faring persons can be supplied with Stationary, Nautical Books and Charts, by sending their orders, and on as good terms as can be purchased for in Boston. Stors open till 9 o'clock evenings. Goods sent to any part of the town, gratis.

April, 1826.

VIT

EDMUND HAVILAND,

IMPORTER OF CHINA, GLASS AND EARTHENWARE, HAS constantly on hand an extensive assortment of FINE CUT and PLAIN GLASS, CHINA and EARTHENWARE, at the lowest prices, by the package or less quantity, at his store

No. 306 Pearl-street, just below Peck-slip, New-York. N. B. The most approved articles and patterns for ship's use. May, 1826. CABINET WAREHOUSE,

No. 48 Canal-street,
HENRY M. BRITON, informs the public that he has constantly on hand, an exten-
sive assortment of Furniture, of every description in his line, together with Mahogany
Chairs of the first style ; all of which he will dispose of on the most reasonable terins.
A share of the public patronage is solicited.

New-York, May, 1826.
S. HUTCHINSON,
CABIITIT MAKER,

No. 98 Canal-street, New-York. CPSideboards, Secretaries, Sofas, Dining, Breakfast and Card Tables, &c. &c. of the newest fashions, and made of the best materials, constantly for sale-or made to order, on the most accommodating terms.

May, 1826. PIANO FORTES. T. LOUD,--PIANO FORTE MAKER, (froin London,) respectfully informs tlic public that he has replenished his stock, and has for sale a handsome assortment of very superior Piano Fortes of touch and tone, seldom to be equalled ; one of which, just finished, with four pedals, is of unusual and unrivaled splendour, united with real excellence. Merchants visiting the city, would consult the interest of themselves and friends, (from whom they may have brought orders) by examining the above. Prices moderate, and all Pianos warranted. Pianos tuned and repaired, and old ones taken in exchange. No. 102 Canal-street, (between Broadway and Lafayette Circus.) April, 1826.

FIRTH & HALL,
Nlusical Instrument Makers, and Importers of
ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE,
No. 358 Pearl-street, near Franklin-square,

NEW-YORK, Have constantly for sale an assortment of Piano Fortes, and Musical Instruments of the most celebrated Makers and of their own manufacture ; together with every other article of Musical Merchandise, wholesale and retail, on the most liberal terms. BANDS supplied with Instruments, &c. Musical Instiuments of all kinds tuned and repaired in the neatest manner. All orders thankfully received and attended to with care and despatch.

April, 1826.
7. NIGHT,
BOOK, STATIONARY, AND VARIETY STORE,
Thames-strect, late Fell-street, Fell's Point,

BALTIMORE.

April, 1826.

BOSS & FAIRCHILD Beg leave to inform their friends and the public that they have commenced the CABINET MAKING business at their Warehouse, No. 607 Broadway, where all orders will be thankfully received and punctually attended to: they will also find a large assortment of imitations of wood of all descriptions, painted by one of the first painters in the country.

April, 1826.

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A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
SPORTING TACKLE,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT ISRAEL HORSFIELDS HARDWARE STORE,

No. 230 Water-street, New York. Fishing Tackle.--Fish rods, swivels, shrimp nets, India grass, hair, gut and flax lines, brass and wood reals, floats, sinkers, gentlemen's fish cars, silkworms gut, single and twisted, Kirby and taper point fish-hooks fastened on gut, grass, hair, and flax snells. Patent spring pickerel, R. Hemming & Son's royal improved cast, and best steel Kirby, taper point mussel, mackerel, whiting, cod, and, sea fish-hooks, stamped I. P.

Shooling Tackle.- Dartford canister, English and American gunpowder, patent shot, shot bags, powder flasks, horns, game bags, gun worms, loeks, &c. &c.

ALSO, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF HARDWARE. May, 1826.

FLOUR STORE. The subscribers have constantly on hand and for sale at No. 223 Front-street NewYork, a large and general assortment of New-York Canal, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Richmond Superfine and Fine FLOUR—Also, Rye, Indian, and Buckwheat MÉAL, which they sell at the lowest market prices, and warrant all flour sold by them to be equal to the representation.

Merchants, Masters of vessels, and private families, will always be supplied with a superior article.

NEWELT & PARSONS,
New-York, April, 1826.

No. 223 Front-st. near Peck-slip.
SELDEN BRYNARD'S
Lottery and Exchange Office, No. 16 State-street, Boston,

FIVE DOORS ABOVE THE BRANCH BANE,
Where have recently been sold the following Capital Prizes, viz :-

1 Prize of $50,000 97 Prizes of $10,000
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15,000 84 do.

500
4 do. 10,000 | 218 do.

100 6 do. 5,000 318 do.

50 The Capital Prize of $50,000 is the highest ever sold in Boston ; and the cash was advanced on presentment of the ticket at the above office, on the day the drawing was received. Tickets may be had in all the Lotteries drawn in the United States, and the cash paid for prizes soon as drawn.

Orders enclosing cash (post paid) will meet with immediate attention. May, 1826.

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J. & J. H. SACKSTT, Offer for sale at their Store, 96 Division-sl., nearly opposite Market-st. An extensive assortment of VENETIAN, BRUSSELS, and ENGLISH INGRAINED CARPETING, large and elegant patterns, of all qualities; Nankin and Canton Matting ; Brussels, Wilton and Imperial Rugs ; able and Piano Covers, &c. &c.

Merchants and Ship-Masters, in furnishing ship's cabins, will find it greatly for their interest to apply as above.

N. B. Also-a splendid assortment of light Carpeting, patterns and quality equal to any ever imported, at prices which will be an object to those who are in want of the above articles.

New-York, April, 1826.

YORK HOUSE,
NOS. 5 AND 7, COURTLANDT-STREET,

NEW-YORK,

BY A. YOUNG. May, 1826.

GILBERT & SONS,

EXCHANGE-STREET, BOSTON.
U. S. Stocks,

Dollars,
Bank Stock,

Doubloons,
Inland Exchange,

Negotiated.
Foreign Gold,

Bought and Sold.
Notes of Hand, &c,

Bank Notes,
LOTTERY TICKETs in all legally authorized Lotteries, constantly for sale.--Attend
generally to all business relating to Stock Exchange, Money and Lottery Brokers.
April, 1826.

J. HORSPOOL,
CABINET, CHAIR, AND SOFA

MANUFACTURER,

16 WHITE-ST. J. H. assures the public, that all orders in his line will be attended to with punctuality and despatch.

In Orders from the Southward will meet with immediate attention.
New-York, May, 1826.

WILLIAM BIGELOW,
BOOKBINDER,

No. 50 Fulton-street, BROOKLYN.
BOOKBINDING, in all its various branches, executed with neatness and despatch.

Merchants' 'ccount Books, Writing Books, &c. ruled to patterns at the shortest notice.

Backgammon Tables, Chess Boards, Battledores, Dice Boxes, &c. wholesale and retail. --Maps, Pictures, &c. varnished in the neatest manner. Brooklyn, 1826.

G. & R. WAITE'S LOTTERY AND

EXCHANGE OFFICES, Corner of Broadway and Maiden-lane, and the corner of Broadway and Fultonstreet, New-York-south-west corner of Third and Chesnut-strects, Philadelphia—and corner of Charles and Market-streets, Baltimore. At all the above offices, Bank Notes are discounted at the lowest rates, and the highest premium given for Gold. Tickets and shares in all the Lotteries for sale. Cash advanced for prizes as soon as drawn. At Waites' offices have been sold and paid Prizes amounting to EIGHT MILLIONS OF

April, 1826.

DOLLARS.

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NATIONAL HOTEL, The public is respectfully informed, that the splendid edifice recently erecies in the city of New-York, by Joseph Delacroix, Esq. is opened for their accommodation. This establishment is situated in one of the most airy and agreeable parts of Broadway, nearly opposite the City Hotel, was built expressly for a house of public accommodation. and is believed to possess advantages for rendering a residence to strangers of business or pleasure, pleasant and comfortable, not surpassed in this country.

The Leasers, anxious to render the National Hotel alike creditable to themselves and to this commercial metropolis, have spared no exertion or expense, to finish the establishment in a style they are fully confident will secure public approbation and support. Its immediate superintendance is confided to Mr. E. BOARDMAN, a gentleman whose es. perience and capacity of conducting a concern of this kind are well known to the public, . and renders any pledge on the part of the proprietors for its proper management, unnecessary.

Extensive arrangements have been made for the reception of permanent BOARDERS, and the accommodation of gentlemen with their families, with private suits of apartments.

May, 1826.
GEDNET KING,
MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENT MAKER,

NO. 118
State-Street, opposite Broad-Street,

BOSTON, Hlas constantly for sale, wholesale and retail, a general assortment of Mathematical and Philosophical Instruments, of the best quality, (warranted,) comprising articles of almost every description in the mathematical line, viz :

Sextants of ebony and metal, with silver, brass and ivory arches-Quadrants, with and without tangent and vertical screws-Day and Night Telescopes, with and without brass shades, and Telescopes of every description-azimuth, amplitude, storm, brass, and wood binnacle, hanging, and pocket Compasses-Binnacle Lamps, Time Glasses of every quality, Thermoineters, Marine Baromcters,Scales and Dividers, Parallel Rules, Protracters, cases of Instruments, &c. &c.

Bowditch's Practical Navigator, Blunt's American Coast Pilot, do. Seamanship and Naval Tactics, do. Nautical Almanacs, Shipmaster's Assistant, Merchant and Seaman's EXPEDITIOUS MEASURER, consisting of a set of Tables, which shev at one vicw the Solid Contents of all kinds of packages and casks, according to their several Lengths, Breadths, and Depths : also, Rules for determining the contents of all sorts of casks in wine and beer measure-Stereotype Edition ; Corrected by EDMUND M. BLUNT, Author of the American Coast Pilot, &c.-WARD'S Lunar Tables, together with every Nautical publication of merit, including an assortment of the most useful CHARTS.

Sextants, Quadrants, Compasses, Time Glasses, and other Instruments, cleaned and repaired at the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. April, 1826.

J. M. ELFORD'S
CHART AND MATHEMATICAL STORE,
No. 119 East Bay, sign of the Quadrant, CHARLESTON, S. C.

OLD ESTABLISHED STAND. FOR SALE-Charts, Nautical Books, and Mathematical Instruments of every dezcription. Compasses, Quadrants, Spy-Glasses, &c. repaired and for sale. Chronometers rated.

Published and for sale, J. M. Elford's LONGITUDE TABLES, being the shortest and most simple method of working Lunar Observations of any in practice. Elford's Circular POLAR TABLES, for finding the Latitude at any tin of night by an Altitude of the Polar Star. Elford's Universal and Perpetual Circular TIDE TABLES, for finding the time of High Water every day in the year, at all the principal places in the world, by inspection or at sight. Also, The UNIVERSAL SIGNAL BOOK, with improvements, by J. M. Elford.

NAVIGATION taught in all its branches, including Astronomical and Lunar Observations.

N. B. An EVENING SCHOOL from 6 till 9--and private lessons given upon Lunar Observations at intervals.

April, 1826

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