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ing a complete assortment black and open centres, and a galerie of the best P just landed. ALSO, MEN'S WEAR AND TAILORING GOO The above comprises Cloths, Castors, Beav maux, Tricots, Doeskins, Cassimeres, Cloakings and Velvets, all new and desira just landed, and consisting in part of: 100 pieces plain and twilled CLOTHS, from very best qualities, including the popu of Elbeuf and Aix la Chapelle. 150 pieces 3-4 and 6-4 black DOESKINS, of makes. 50 pieces 6-4 Belgian ESQUIMAUX and Moskov COATINGS. 80 pieces 6-4 French CASTORS, Taupeline and COATINGS. 30 pieces 6-4 Aix la Chapelle black and color maux OVERCOATINGS. 400 pieces 6-4 Zambona's colored, black and mixe Esquimaux OVERCOATINGS. 40 pieces 6-4 Zambona's black and colored two ble CASTORS. 40 pieces Zambona's black, figured and ribbe MERES and TRICOTS. 30 pieces 6-4 colored mixed TRICOTS. 20 pieces 6-4 black and colored EDREDONS, of Elbeuf manufacture. 20 pieces 6-4 Clavigny's and Chary's of Elbeuf solid color Chinchilla OVERCOATINGS. 75 pieces 6-4 Paris latest styles of Elbeuf Fanc MERES and COATINGS. 25 pieces 6-4 Plavingy's best styles of Ladies' INGS. VELVETS. 50 pieces 21-inch Lyon's all silk black VELVET best shades for collars and vestings, and the finest qualities imported. BENKARD & H ALSO, ON FRIDAY October 19, At 10 o'clock, On a credit of four months, LARGE, SPECIAL and PEREMPTORY S OF HOSIERY AND GLOVES, Of a well-known importation. [[line]] ALBERT H. NICOLAY, Auctioneer. BY ALBERT H. NICOLAY, Offices No. 43 Pine street, STOCK AUCTIONEER, BANKER AND BROKER, IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, GOLD, STOCKS A OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. [[image - hand pointing right]] ESTABLISHED 15 YEARS. [[image - upside down hand pointing left]] REGULAR AUCTION SALES of STOCKS a EVERY MONDAY and THURSDAY, or on quired, at the EXCHANGE. [[line]] THURSDAY, October 18. At 12 1/2 o'clock , at the Exchange Salesroom, 111 For account of whom it may
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