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A Sly Old Rat.
[Providence Journal ]
Two or three mornings ago one of
our citizens missed five of his young
chickens. Lifting a board near the
abode of the chickens he scared a large
rat away, and found the missing
chickens,dead and partially eaten He
found, also, a nest of thirteen active,
healthy little rats, only a day or two
old. He took them away,determined
that they should not grow up to kill
his chickens. lie disposed of four of
them by feeding them to the cat, and
saved the rest for some purpose, he
did not know for what. He happen
ed to be speaking of the matter to a
friend, when the latter suggested that
he put the little rats into a box and
put them into a rat trap where the old
rat would find tfcem, and if the trap
were nicely baited ho could capture
the old rat, and thus destroy tho fam
ily. He thought that a good idea
and tried it. The next morning he
found the trap sprung and the old rat
therein. He rushed to the trap, sat
isfied with the result of his experi
ment. The old rat saw him coming,
and, putting forth extra effort, suc
ceeded in escaping from the trap.
Then he looked for the little ones,
thinking he would set the trap again
in the same way, when he discovered
that the old rat had carefully remov
ed the little ones to a place of safety
before running any risk itself, and
now had gone to join them.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Are you disturbed at night and broken of
your rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with paiu of cutting teeth ? If so, send at once
and get a bottle of Mas. WINSLOWNJ SOOTHING
SYRUP FOB CHILDREN TRETBINO. Its valuo Is
incalculable. It will relieve the poor little suf
ferer immediately. Depend upon it, mothers,
\here is no mistake about it. It curosdysentery
and diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and
bowels, cures wind colic, softens the gums, ro
duces Inflammation, and gives tone and energy
to the whole system. MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTH
ING STRCP POK CHILDREN TEETHING is pleasant
mo the taste, and is the prescription of one of
the oldest and best female nurses and physici
tns in the United States, and is for sale by all
druggists throughout the world. Price 23
cents a bottle.
What He Used.
"You say that you was forcibly eject
"No, sir ; I don't say nothing of
"Didn't I understand you to say that
he removed you with violence ?"
"I don't know what you understood,
but I didn't say that."
"I inferred from what you told me
that he used force to compel your ex
"I don't see how you got that into
your head, for I didn't say nothing of
"You didn't go out of your own ac
"Not by a tarnal sight."
"Then how did you get out ?"
"Why, gosh it all, he kicked me
"Well, I want to know if he didn't
"No, I'll be shrunk if he did. He
used his foot."
No Third of Two with Him.
A story is told of a farmer in Schley
who rented some land last year to a
colored man for a third of the crop.
When the drought came on his coru
and cotton were affected by it. He
gathered two bales of cottou and two
wagon loads of corn. The latter he
penned up for his own use aud the cot
ton was sold. When the landlord call
ed for bis share be was told there was
oone for him. He was thunderstruck
"Didn't I rent you my land for a
third of the crop ?"
"Yes, boss," said the darkey, "but
you see, dar was no third. Dar was
only two bales of cotton and two loads
of corn ; all mine, and nuffin' for you
by the contract."
Aud the landlord could not make
Cuffee believe any other way. He left
the premises, saying :
"No d—n rascal can make me say
dat two am three, nairy time."
Lord & Taylor's carpets and uphol
steries have long been a household
word with housekeepers at all points of
the compass. The variety, beauty, ex
cellent quality and cheapness of the
Mosquettes, Wiltons, body Brussels,
Aminster, Ingrain and tapestry carp
ets need no reccommendation to our
The POLICE GAZETTE will be
mailed .securely wrapped,to any address
in the United States for three months
on receipt of
Liberal discount allowed to postmas
ters, agents and clubs. Sample copies
Address all orders to.
RICHARD K. POX,
FRANKLIN SQUARE, N. Y
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &c.
All work neatly and promptly Exe
Shop on Main Street,
TDK A BOOT HO'I'KL,
9th St.South of Chestnut,
One Square South of tho New Post
Office, one half Square from Walnut
St. Theatre and in the very business
centre of the city. On the American
and European plans. Good rooms
from 50cts to $3.00 per day. Remodel
ed and newly furnished.
W PAINE, M. P.,
40-ly Owner & Proprietor.
(Most Central Hotel in the city.)
CORNER OF MAIN AND JAY STREETS,
LOCK IIA YEN, PA.
Good Sample Rooms for Commercial Travel
ers on first lloor.
II! NOTICE OF OPENINGII!
Mr. I. E. Couldren
hereby respectfully informs the public that he
Is now prepared to do all kind of
from an OVERALL to a flue SUIT [or 0\ Kll-
COAT He is a mechanic of tuauy year's ex
perience and guarantees sat isfactory work. lie
has opened his shop in Brown's building, oppo
site Campbell's store. Main street, where he
will bo glad to receive the patronage of tho
public A line of sar pies constantly kept in
stock Recpectf lly,
E. I. COULDREN.
Millheim, ------ Penna.
Two miles from Coburn Station on L. & T. R. It.
Fine Trout Fishing and Hunting within sight
of town. Healthy locality and tine moun
tain sceneries. The celebrated PKNN'S VAL
LEY CAVES but tive miles distant. The |finest
drives in the state.
FIN F. SADDLE HORSES, CAItBI AGKSJAN D
BUGGIES for the use of summer boarders.
Double and Smile Rooms,
newly furnished, for familes with children, on
secoua and third floors.
Bus to all Trains.
W. S. Musser, Prop'r.
16-lv Millheim, Centre Co., Pa.
FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 10,1884
Examinations for admission, September 9.
This institution is located in one of the most
beautiful and healthful spots of the entire Alle
gheny region. It is open to students of both
sexes, and offers the following courses of study:
1. A Full Scientific Course of Four Years.
2. A Latin Scientific Course.
3. The following SPECIAL COURSES, of two
years each following the first two years of
the Scientific Course (a) AGRICULTURE ;
(b) NATURAL HISTORY; (c) CHEMIS
TRY AND PHYSICS; (d) CIVIL ENGIN
4. A short SPECIAL COURSE in Agriculture.
5. A short SPECIAL COURSE in Chemistry.
6. A reorganized Course in Mechanicie Arts,
combiniug shop-work with study.
7. A new Special Course (two years) in Litera
ture and Science, for Young Ladies.
8. A Carefully graded Preparatory Course.
9. SPECIAL COUSESare arranged to meet the
wants uf individual students.
Military drill is required. Expenses for board
and incidentals very low. Tuition free. V'ning
ladies under charge of a competent lady i riuci
For Catalogues, or other information!) dJress
GEO. W. ATHKRTOX.LL. I)., PRESIDENT
lyr STATE COX. LEGE. CENTRE CO., Pa.
ELIAS LUSE &m7
—RROPBIKTOK-S OF TUB—
MILLHEIM PLANING MILL,
east of the new Ev. church, Penn St.,
Contractors, - Builders,
—AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Doors, Sash, Shutters,
Blinds, Brackets, Flooring
All kinds of Siding.
Having our'own planing mill,it will be to the
advantage of those intending to builu to con
gag-Contracts made oil all kinds of
buildings. Plans and Specifications
furnished on application, with est
imates of cost. 18-ly
CASH STORE [
The MOST goods for the
1 AT 1-
G. A. HARTER'S
No- 32 Main Street,
Millheim, Pa. .
Headquarters for Gro
ceries, Provisions, Con
fectioneries. Tobacco and
COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE
FOR GOODS AT THE HIGHEST
HOME MARKET PRICES.
Remember we do a strict
cash business and sell at close margins.
The proprietors respectfully inionn the public
Corner of I'enn and Mill Streets,
is open every Wednesday anil Saturday even
Inp, andtfaturday afternoons.
(Sizo of Rink 40 x 100.)
Th . buiMln.-t in commodious and finely arraug
ed, lias a splendid floor, and patrons v. ill
always llnd new and strong
skates on hand.
General admission 5 ccnls.
Use ofskatesjor 3 honrs'sessiou, 10 "
Ladies admitted free!
Mrs. Sarah A. Zeigler's
on Penn street, south of race bridge,
Bread, Pies & Cakes
of superior quality can bo bought at
any time and in any quantity.
ICE CREAM AND FAN
for Wedding3,Picnics and other soctal
gatherings promptly made to order.
Call at her place and get your sup
plies at exceedingly low prices. 3 1 -3m
.-/ ■/? T (RRF IJLJJFTY!
FAMILY GROUPES AND CHILDREN
—TAKEN BY TIIE—
[\STA\T V\i:0l8 PROCESS!
Satisfactory Work Done by
We furnish everything in our linel
from a Miniature Card to
a Cabinet Picture.
Picturse copied and en- j
larged in the best style, j
can be procured at our place on short notice !
©'•Remamb-T—our pi iocs aroj
down so as to suit every purse. |
Gallery on North St., Millheim, Pa, j
A. SIMON & SONS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
keep the largest stock in the county
143 MAIN STREET,
THE BOSS CLOTIII EltS
for your Clothing.
45 MAIN STREET,
iPGAA AA presents gircnawatf. Send
♦hZIM) \ M M )" 5 contß and by
\J\J "'nijxii you will get free a pack
age of goods of large value, that w ill start you
in work that will at once bring you in money
faster than anything else in America. All a
bout the $200,000 in presents with each box. A
gents wanted everywhere, of either sex, of all
tne time, or spare time only, to work for us at
their own homes. Fortunes for all workers ab
solutely assured. Don't delay. H. IIALLETT &
Co., Portland, Maine.
AflT/D f To introduce them
DluUff;Eill I we are going to (live
Away 1,000 Self-Operating Washing Ma
chines. If you want one send us your name,
address and express office at once. It is a
great labor saving invention. Address NA
TIONAL CO., 25 Dey st., N. Y.
fills il I 1 Corsets. Sample free to those be
lt il LII I'l# coming agents. No risk, quick sales.
Territory given,.satisfaction guaranteed. Address
DR. SCOTT, B42 Broadway St., N.Y.
m/ KA MONTH and BOARD for 3 live
?nH)young Men or Ladies, m each county-
Address P. W. ZEIG LER & CO., Phila
inpijmnfor Lucrative, Healthy, Hon
iiUDrl iOorable A Permanent business ap
ply to Wiluiot Castle & Co., Rochester, N. Y.
CUXS, fill EEC II PEES,
from 31.00 for a sintjlo shot gun, up to
POUIILE J). L. SHOT GUXS,
from SI;;.Of, f or ;l pnod prrvicpaliht gun,
to ST\o<> for Rnmnthitig rxlra.
liEVOJ, VI'JES, ii (>,, i -Sl.oo up to
117.YC7/ ES TE /.' HI EL ES,
Model ('onlral Fire $17.00
'7O, •• •• twenty
eight incti barrel SITOft
Muzz'c IndiUmf phot i mt.s from $2. .10
for a .single uun,s."i.f>o for a double gun.
SKT XI.'T.St, 7 Hoops, -f 1 ..".0, s J loops fj.d.*i.
THROW x i:TS\ :n.j tv-t
ITXKJA I'A XICSi: 11A MllOO FOLKS, rot
20 cts. each.
JOrXTRDtf) RODS, 2">cls.
A line iisoitnicnt of LI XL's from 1 cent to <1.
Also an linntcnsc assortniciit of //OOA'.s'.loosc
Fine Hods, Fislfino lUtsFcls,
Leaders, Flies, elrlijicial
lkiit Ferrules. Feels, &
Also Fishing Tackle repaired.
Musical Instruments !
VJOLIXS from up to sh>.ix>.
(in TARS and 11AXJOS from $2.. r x) up to
7\- ii-TO'tied Richter JilOl'TIT IfARMOXT
CAS, 1U cts.
A CCORFIOXS from $1 Hi' 1" *IO.OO.
Also I'L UTL'S, PICO LOS. CLARIOXETS
and FIFES at astonishing low rates.
I'iolin and Guitar Strings froin "• cts. for good
ordinary K, to 15 cts. for flue Silk Eh H
llanjo Strings, best, 10 et.s. each. 7fnss T7oZ
and Oello Strint/s.
43~.Mv line of strinfs cannot I>6 oxcclleil in
this state, for Price and Quality.
Orders by mail receive prompt atten
of fine Guns •' specialty.
THEODORE DESIINEK, Prop.
Great Central Gun Works,
J3"Scnd for Trie - List and illustrated cata
loguc, containing Caiue Laws oi Pennsylvania
D. I BFOWN,
Practical worker in Tin,
Sheet Iron, Copper,
JfrC Uiojoil ing done at sliort notice
by practical workmen.
—— • • -
Spouting a Spocialiy
Shop on 2la in Sf. t oj / <>.<:! a Albvijhr.<.
I ■■ THE BEST I
KB— BBB E nrafa | n a
1 Sprains, Bruises, |
„ Burns and Scalds, |
mw*s ScLificir, I>Kiicsf |
Frosted Feet andi
Ears, and all other |
Pains and Achesr I
It is a safe, sure, and fl
effectual Remedy for B
Galls, Strains, Scratches, I
0$ 8% One trial will prove its S
merits. Its effects are in :i
M ™ W INSTANTANEOUS.
Every Lottlo vrarrautcil tog
ri give satisfaction. Send Qd-: ? 5
are3S for pamphlet, free, giv.rl
r IIM> 1.'4 * n £> directions for then
-J treatment of abovo diseases. LI
m fecaßwwHW Price 2* cts.and f>o cts. per"
bottle. Sold everywhere. J.i
| tiBL Henry, JoluiseD & lord, Proprietors, i I
t Burlington, Yt.
For Sale at SPIGELM YE IPS
Millhcini tt Madisonbttrg, Pa
Efft'or working people. Send 10
Ira i SJCents postage, and we will mail
BH H you free, a royal, valuable sam-
KH B pie box of goods that will put
you in the way of making more money in a tew
days than you ever thought possible at any bus
iness. Capital not required. You can live at
home and work in spare time only, or ail tire
time. All of borii sexes, of all ages, grandly i
successful. 50 cents to *5 easily earned every]
evening. That all who want work may test the i
business,we make this unparralleled offer • to ;
all who are not well satisfied we will send $1 to
pay for the trouble of writing us. Full particu
lars, directions, etc., sent free. Immense pay
absolutelysureforallvvho start at once. Don't de
ay. Address STINSON & Co., Portland, Maine.
I N. H. DOWNS' I
Vegetable EMsmJ: jj|
II EF 3 F D H P>3i I
I u a I ff I Pi I
p Eia .La li M i lid r£
Ea For the car® of
|j Cciu.umpi.lca, Coevhs, Cclcls, Catair!:, *
1 Croup, Asthma, VI r srSsy, Hear: oners, 8;
Uj?vl ITl.i -*C mluynp I}A - W ... —*-•> A ; V*V-A A V •- f p/.
HKI .til <1 i ii Tth. II)'O',-'VII , S/, i.iul F.
Lbj i./f;*./:. In !il! ... whero (his Fl ir i' p.
ii.-scl ii:i ifOcney 1 • ul ... 'O inunif. ; " J, con
;.vi vjuciug tho most ucr. b !ot!fit'iC.t GJ
~ COMSUIiSPTbOM fl
r,,| In not lncural.lo, if properly attended to.— SS2
w At its commeucotuant it is lr.it ft slight irrlta- 6®
(& tlon of llio memhrano which covers tho Limps; I
a£•! Thou an in (lama t lon, whoa t!io cough is rather
dry,local f< vor.nndthejr.il:.>inoro frequent,the
CO checks flui-hodanilchiU-iiaoreconitnon. This
Elixir in curing tli® ahovo complaints, oper
!:itos so ns lo remove all morbid hrltn- I*3
Hons and infiutnnlinn fiem tho )ung gS
to the sin face, mi l Anally exp. I them from js|
the system. It f.i ilitates cxj>cctoraiion.
It heals tho ulcerated surfaces 'J
and relieve* the couch anil ni , ':r* the l.reath- S
ingenay. It eujpurutlioHrcu;, li and at theH|
tamo limo reilnees tho fever. It is free from BB
strong opiate and netrhigent a •'.!■. vlilchare S3
i>fso drying a nature as t j Wiiiprcatdancerol
destroying the pat! Nt; whtrw this mi !i. in. Suj
never dries or stajw thorough,! at,by
ing the CAt'si", r < a-eijnOßtly, vhen the ruiigli pH
is cured tho path at i s well, Said address lui M
j.an phi t givli jf ill dimUom, fro.*.
I'lico 25 cts.,. 0 eta., and fcl.oo per l-ottlo. p.*
ni'XRT JPIIVIAS f; ' ftr.n, Prrps., Enrlinrtno, Tt. M
Jutr Sale at SPIGELM ) El i .S,
Mtflhoim /0 Matlitonfoitr, I'd.
Wo make from tho bc3t c.aterial Snperior Ar
tlelrr. ofPr.lry Goods, that aro models of strength
anil a '• Unquestioned proof given of
their drrn'ihty. Solo manufacturers of Curtis'
Improved Factory Charm Bin sou's Power flutter
Worf.er, LoTerWorker, Curtis' Square llox Churn,
Uerfangular Chant. Cream Vat, l>og I'oiTcr, Ac.
♦•Cab l amiljr Churn at wholosalo wlicro vre
have no niront. All poods warranted exactly as
represented. TWO COED. FOURTEEN SILVER
AND H(.!IT ItHOXZE MEDALS awarded for su
periority. ** O
CCiIM, CURTiS &. GREENS, F:rt iUdiam, Wis.
IRICE, Ko. 1 for family of 6 $S
Ko. 2 for large family 9
ho. 3 for Hotel and Laundry, .... 10
Over 20,000 in wse.
Thonßands of ladies are nsing it. and they ppaak
of it in the highest terms, eaying that thoy would
rathor tlispenso with any other household article,
than this excellent Washer. Ko well-regulated
lunily will bo without it. as it saves tho clothes,
Saves labor, saves time, saves fuel, saves soaji.and
makes washday no longer a dread, but rather a
pleasant recreation, as much as cuoh is pos6iblc,
lIORTOX M'F'U CO.,
Agonts 'Wanted. Ft. Wajne, lad.
I There b no escuso for suffering from B
CON STI PATS ON
I and other diseases that follow a dis-1
I ored stale of the Stomach and Bow-1
% els, when the use of
I DR. HENRY BAXTERS 1
Will givo immediato relief.
After constijiation follows
Biliousness, Dyspepsia, S
Sndigestion, Diseases ofij
the Kidneys, Torpid Liver 1
Rheumatism, Dizziness, ■
Sick Headache, Loss ofl
Appetite, Jaundice, Ap-1
g Eruptions and Skin Dis-B
peases, etc., all of which these fl
Bitters will speedily euro by removing thocoiuv. H
9 Keep tho Stomach, IJOWCU, and Dvjcstirc Organ*
Ain gaoil working onlcr, and perfect lirnltli w
gj will bo tho result. Ladies ad others pub-ra
HjccttoSick Headacho will find relief I
S and permanent euro by the uso of tlieso Bitters I
M Being tonic and mildly- purgative they fl
I PURIFY TIIE RLOOD.i
Prico 25 cts. per bottle.
si For solo by all d>alers in medicino. Send raj
H address for pamphlet, free, giving full directions. 9
IIEMIY, Joll.\Soi'& L0K1), Trops., Burlington, Vt,
For salt a SPIGE i. M > EX'S,
Millheim & Madisouburg, Pa,
Gives a MORE BRILLIANT SHINEg
THAW AMY OTHER.
IN BOXES WHICH PREVENT [i
SOiLINS THE BfiSDS-S
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS. P
S. S. STAFFORD,!
cOj A beautiful work of 150 paces, Colored Plate, and sooo
§] V illustrations, with descriptions of the best Flowers and
I^PP\ Jj "T\ Vegetables, prices of Seeds and Flnnts, and how to grow
f > v v them. Printed in F.nglish and German. Price only 10
1 -\ cents, which may be deducted from first order.
,c^s wliat you want for the garden, and how to get it instead of running to
the grocery at the last moment to buy whatever seeds happen to be left over, meeting
with disappointment after weeks of waiting.
BUY ONLY VICE'S SEEDS AT HEADQUARTERS.
7ZS VICE'S ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGAZINE, 3s pages, a Colored Plate
/TI J lo every number, and many fine engravings. Price, gi.as a year; Five Copies for
*■ 'iffTwlT-- K\A t r .. Specimen numbers 10 cents ; 3 trial copies a< cents. We will send to any address
Vick's Magazine and any one of the following publications at the prices named below
—really two magazines at the price of one—Century, £4.50; Harper's Monthly, I 4.00;
(C 0 St. Nicholas, *3.50; Good Cheer, #1.25; Illustrated Christian Weekly, 53.00; 0T
V Wide Awake - Good Cheer, and Vick'eMaaxlnefor SS.OO.
UJiyRSTf' VICK'S FLOWER AND VEGETABLE GARDEN, sio pages. Six Cotartd
/JHut Plates, nearly 1000 Engravings, gi.as, in elegant cloth covers.
| )HsxtSy JAMES VICIC, Rochester, N. Y.
When the word Estoy or the
Cr~.~ nu„H M Pn ~ word Crffan ia mentioned, they
ESTE}/ UPQEII\ LO each suggest the other*so widely
pnart! BDO rO Yt' known and so popular axe the ta
il 1 ■ T T; r ' ■2T f struments and the makers.
Hp j ■( rty Plveletters in each of the two
® wACA V e wordj> aro reminders of enjoyment
ted ata * CeUO Elailed
renUFRS I I a Tk l * SULKY PLOW wl h lit pntrrt Thcsskd, Brim-'
la KK W§ w* *> ' " Q * sion Kteki. WF xki. ntill 1 wi. ; ,ib • .la u the most perfect
I Mllinitalts 2 ■ implement of the kind la iUj wot\d.
"SWINGBEAM" SULKY I I TIIE BEAM can be fastened rigidly when desired, or
, 4 ji , IB B left to swing sideways If it strikes a stump or atone, thus
Illustrated below, a>o avoiding breakage; also nis for turning corners without
"Garden City Clipper" taking ptow ot of thefcround.
Besd roa Cinccuics
R AREsT' T DAVID BRADLEY M'F'G CO. ;
SM.'* dif. AIC. tiKcoa*ora to Rural k Bradley MT| Co.,
or to our Branch Houses:
SkVjIW/ DATID BRADLEY M'F'G CO., St. Louis, Mo.
S m V DAVID ItKADI.KY MTU CO., Indianapolis, lad.
• 7 DAVID BKADLKY A CO., Minneapolis. Minn.
I 1 \Y DAVID BRADLEY k CO., Connrii Blnft, Is.
if BRADLEY. WHEELER k CO., KnssasCD- Mo.
"P.veiybody acknowledges that
CHEAPEST AMD BEST I'LACE to buy FURNITURE
Penn street, Millheim, Pa.
PA 11 LOR SUITS, CHAMBER SUITS, LIBRARY, DIXINQROOM A
KITCHEN FURNITURE LOUNQES % PATENT ROCKERS, RAT
TAN t- REED CHAIRS, all styles, TABLES, STANDS, BOOK
CASES, WARDROBES, WHAT NOTS, BUREAUS, BED
STEADS, SINKS, CUPBOARDS, CRADLES, MAT
TRESSES, from the finest curled hair to the cheapest
Strait, a great variety of SPRING BEDS, all styles,
and everything in the furniture line, on hand or
procured on short notice
Not undersold by any Store in the County.
An extra large stock of Vaver Hangings, Decorations. §c.
Give me a call. W. T. MAUCK.
is now snpjdied with
and a large assortment of
and, in short, neat and tasty
Job Printing of all kinds
COLLEGE, NEWARK, NEW JERSEY.
Occupies three Buildings. Largest and Best. More
positions for graduates than ail other school's com
bined. Life Scholarship, wo. Write for circulars,
COLEMAN. PALMS & CO.. Proprietors-
TIE MOST PERFECT SWEEPER MADE.
▲ Machine that Selk Itself.
CONSIDERED BT ALL FIRST-CLASS DEALERS
THE STANDAKD SWEEPER.
UNRIVALRD FOR BKAUTY,
Strength and light running; performs its labor
easily and noiselessly. The Brash is easily
adjusted to all grades of aarpet. The
manner of discharging the dust
is superior to all others.
ASK FOB IT AND BUY NO OTHER.
For Sole by all Dealers,
The Goshen Sweeper and Trigger Go,,
GOSHEN, IND. ,
Cleveland Siesss uauge Co.
Sole Proprietor* nud Hknnfaolurere of
Watson's Wotrot'o Dsrrjl finer,
Holt's Patent Steim Gauges
Foy I.o<>cr.u>t; ves and Stati ua y Engine.
!.::jc:tiTC Cp.i:r Ic'iswi. Tect Iws ?.:i Tert flatlet
BE.NJI CTKCUI.'U A , MEG LIAR.
WOI FS; 3.1, la ATJ) 17 ITOT KTIIEFX.
OSes: 2ii hporioi Ltrcdt, OLSVULAKD, OHIO.
'tkoxEi, WATER-PROOF, R2 L"SI
or rattle. Is aUo A SUBSTITUTE brPLASTEH
at Half the Coat. Outlast, the building. OiKPETH
and KlJftS of same, double the wear of oil cloths Catalogue