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Sftrcftanii Magazine Advertiser.

BOOTH & FOSTER,

LATE J. C. BOOTH & CO.

AND

OUTFITTING ESTABLISHMENT,

48T CourtlandlKt., a few doors bcloiv Hie WcMtorm Hotel.)

Wholesale & Retail.

The subscribers would call the attention of Country Merchants and others visiting Ihe City to their large and fashionables stock of Clothing, to which they have recently made larger accessions to meet the increasing patronage of their establishment The manufactured department is conducted by men of long experience and acknowledged taste, which, added to their facilities for purchasing, renders their stock the most attractive and cheapest of any to be found in the City. The custom department is at all times filled with the latest and most desirable styles of goods, and is increased from time to time with the latest importation*.

Gentlemen requiring an outfit can be furnished at once from the shelves with a fashionable suit, equal in style and quality to the best that can be found in the United Suites, and full 50 per cent less than the usual custom price. A full assortment of Shirts, Collars, Under-shirts and Drawers, Cravats, Stocks, Hosiery—in Bhort, everything belonging to the gentleman's wardrobe. Full suits furnished to order at a few hours' notice, and sent to any part of the United States.

1. C. BOOTH. H. L. FOSTER.

MARCUS SPRING & CO.

DOMESTIC COMMISSION MERCHANTS,

51 EXCHANGE PLACE, NEW YORK,

Agents for the sale (exclusively on commission) of—

Granitevtllk Co. (South' Carolina,) Heavy Cottons>

Kempton's, Pantnloon Stuffs, Denims, Shirting Stripes, &c.

Slaters' Shirting Stripes, Ticks, Plain Cottons, &«.

Brown And Bleached Cottons, from the Lockwood, Harris, Ballou, JJppitt, Warwick, Warren, Holyoke, Powhattan, Lancsville, Masonville, Adams, and various other establishments. Also, n great variety of

W O O L E N 8, Consisting of Cloths, Cassimcres, (Plain and Fancy,) Shecps Greys, Twoeda, Satinets, Kentucky Jeans, Plaid Linsoja, Kerseys, Cloakings, Flannels, &o.

Also, a large assortment of

PRINTING CLOTHS

And Brown Cottons, adapted to Blenching and Dyeing. Cotton And Wool purchased on Commission, with funds in hand, or «&• itQuliicturers oa Consignments of Goods.

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MERCHANTS' MAGAZINE

AND

COMMERCIAL REYIEW.

CONDUCTED BY FREEMAN HUNT,

EDITOR OP TDK LIBRARY OP COMMERCE, ETC.; CORRESPONDING MEMBER OP TUG AMERICAN AND U
STATISTICAL SOCIETIES J MEMBER OP THE NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY; HONORARY
MEMBER OP THE MERCANTILE LIBRARY ASSOCIATIONS OF NEW YORK, PHILA-
DELPHIA, BOSTON, BALTIMORE, LOUISVILLE, CHARLESTON, AND
CINCINNATI, ETC.

VOLUME TWENTY-SIX.

FROM JANUARY TO JUNE, INCLUSIVE, 1862.

JTcto Uork:

PUBLISHED AT 142 FULTON-STREET.
1852.

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