Reading daily eagle. (Reading, Pa.) 1868-1883, November 17, 1868, Image 4

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wlfda . nd littleol;ild ,t 4 a broken
legged man in San. Francisco remained too ,
long out of the house. Ito hobbled • opt to
search for them, and ,found that they ;had
fallen into a newly dui well. --loth *ere
drowned, and •it is feared • 'The poor cripple
will become lehaile, from the ;think,
, --Brazil keeps a standing offer of $BOOO in
gold to anyone Who will invent a mode , of
preserving beef so that It will be suitable fot
expOrtation, and though four hundred pro
cesses have been put ih competithin for this
prize, nono have yet , received it.
• —The New. York Nail; the .6rgan . of "po-,
lite society" says : "Tim Grecian bond, in
dulged in by a few idiots'in respectable so
ciety, is dew pretty much monopolized by
danco•house females.", -
—ln NU yburg,on electipn day,o, young man
y
just past his ni !witty 'was accompanied to
the polls by his andfather , owning to the
age of nlnotreig it: ' , Both voted for Sey
mour, and Blair.
—:The . nut bearing trees in !Virginia
aro beginning to attract attention from farm
eri and merchants as valuable sources of
prOlitable commerce. • The pecan nut can be
raised in great quantities.
—A diunken Tnaii . niuncd John Valentine
las drorripd pn Wednejday °Toning, while
chasing anOtheilletifiked misty across thee
Columbia bridge over the Schuylkill, at
Philadelphia..
—The salary of , teachers Orpublki [wheals
in New York average $lB 88per pupil;
Boston, $18.70 per pupll 3 P h iladelphia,'
$9lO per pupil and In New 'Orleans, s2o.'
80 pet pupil. ' '
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—A traveling "Count," arrested in New
York for practieing the "dead beat" game
on hotels, pleaded in extenuation that he
was insane from &disappointment in love.
—lt is said that a poor German . mechanic
of Now York has just invented a sounding
board which solves the long sought problem,
of the prolongation of sound in a piano.
—A large box of earth from Polish soll is'
kept in , Faris, and 'whenever' 'meinber of
the Polish colony in that cit,y dies,a handful,
of thixearth is thrown into his coffin:
—Hon. Moses Bentley s ono of the col
ored *nombera of the Georgia Convention,
has been arrested and hold to boil for, lend
ing a riot on election dap ,
—Mr. Lancaster, of Texas, was unpins•
antly surprised on a recent; evening" by a
party of his neighbors, wh`e took him out
andliangothim.
—Butler says Kilpatrick was put in prison
for stealing mules, and Kilpatrick is of the
opinion that' Butler ought' ,to bo there for
stealing spoons.
—Mr. Dudley (Ta 11, .; of Arcdford, Mass., '
voted owelection day, saying that it would
be his last vote; and died immediately on
his' return home.
—Mrs. Rice, who .*as, reCehtly badly
burned in Newark, bY tbo explosion of a
kerosene lamp, died on, Friday, and loaves
six children. •
—A dram dem cobbler 'Jw
aed Fano
leono.who ClllO , to- be pOpe Urban the
Fourth. is to bo pui. obi his octavo town of
Troyes. • • • • , •
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-A &alai() preached in Chicago recently,.
in ca 'Universalist Church. The papers
say it was thq first instance of tko loud ip
that city. •
—Twenty-one days' hard labor was the
senteneo ot' • an khughsh laborer who' polled a
carrot from afield to eat When he WM hllll7.
gr.Y. •
—Gen. Basil Duke, the ex• Confederate
cavalry General, has established himself in
Louisville in the practice ottlni law, '
—Tho "cigar-lighter" manufacturing
business, out of oflice.begging letters, goes
on briskly at Gen. Grants headquarters.
—EuriSpeon physicians hove 'successfully
used electricity to restore persons Who hero
token overdoses of IRodeouot or opium.
—A now 12.inelt rifled cannon has been
taken from Pittsburg to Fortress Monroo for
experimental purposes:
' —Along tho• coast at Scituato, Mass.;
about six thousand barrels of lrtsh moss are
collected annually.
—A valuable vein of iron ore, covering an
area of 100 acres, ,has been discovered near
Petersburg, VA.,
—A young ,lady l of twoiltpono v is said to
ho tho,lAttallion wkestlctoftko NinOtoeath
WaidrNow • . • •
---r•Earthquilies were of frequent occurrence
in New E naland 'luring Ole first century after
its settlement. _
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—A ktiehigan :fanner, bas husked. 100
bushels of corn in eight hou're i and won $25
premium.
-A man in Ifunterdoa county,, N.•
has a silver dollar ifilkia poSaession. *Met 49
188 years old.
—Last week George Warren, of Meadville.
Pa. wakened just in time to IWO "being
buried alit%
Centre, Alle4hony oohnty, N. Y.
has twoutylour , widows in a total populatioik
of 400 i „
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"thoumuld dollar aot" of Russia
Me furs is offered for'sali is tiew 'York.
—Thelateet 40447 , 10014nd a Inman
edict *semi the wearing of mcTatichee.
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--Number of cotton :Mills 14 orillern
Staten, 479. In Souther States, 69.
--A. A. Bradloy iii‘wititi;d lo l? the , SE
vannab police, but be can't, be found.
—The Florida pieetere ire , tykAlle; their
attention to raising benefits. — •
—Ohio has • etity , acres
public land ' ••
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yeteelpede td on ice haa'tieen kn 7
e nted lately.
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ktust received at thorM/4140 h OREA
I'l4llo of booke r ße sne r ►SI•e °els ill
rblv city, Oleo. wi be sold a teCoryt riga
prices.. It would bo the sdvsotsse or ono woo
sro pl.witot of books to egartain our prices before
purobisjng elsewbere, -IYe have . •
SWoodhury's Now Method_p with (iertash,ll4
et.mposition Hooks. • .2.2
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C Itasquello's Froneli Course.
Ittonileastio's Mensuration.
Btodtlarrl'at Ari tli el les,
11 11 Parkeeo PhiltoophY,
Bolilop'sOininamr,
'Ray a Algebra,
0 • Cutter's Anatomy'.
• Ooodrich's U. 13. lqatoir.
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Lawonnoy's ueologY.
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.ffitivie'legendYr. . f
E whosnar Etymology ; f 13,
A • Dlotionnarlee, •
Pons and Penholders.
nail and Ob late Pewit"; •
SpencerlanVelopy Books, .0
Anthqu'en Viigil, L , R
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ViVoodbury 'a Elementirary OermayilteaderlD
.BohoolLß.Qaekets, -11 a
' ParkOUWAYionVerlio:of Schad Books.
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Crittenden's Bookkeeptnit. wliti setts of Blank-.
noose, . .
PENN STREET.
Pennock'slntory of &aloud, Oreeop, and ROM%
READING.
Mitahol'e.liitorinadiato and Primary deographioa.'
THE'
PENNSYLVANIA CHORAL HARMONY
Containing:the prtnoll'a
CROW MELODIES,
Provided with
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CUTLERY, OUNS,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS'
.METALS,
TIN PLATES, SHEET IRON ? •
Building Materiali,
SADDLERY, &0., &a., &0., &o.
4 No.' 612,
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' DR. STIEVER'S
Celebrated Toni° Horb Bitters,
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Importers of
• WINES AND LIQUORS.
Moo 8010 Agents for BAILItY'S UNRIVALLID RYIt
Warams.
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No. 121 North Third Street,
f, PUII4DELPHIA.
For sale at the Eagle Bookatore.
an 33-
lIRAOOK
'Cotner Second and EVittsklin Stied*,
nava constantly on band and sell at reasonable
yiloce p
LUMP; BROKEN. 800. do STOVE COAL, NUT
OIL z TNUTAND urrummovo COAL,
11[OKORY and 00 WOOD,
LIMB AND HAND. KINDLINo*OoD BY THU
DARttEL.
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ityWe deliver free of extra dares to aO7Pitrt of
the b. feb29
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Extensive Grain Warehinise,
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Now ready for ,
• PARIdElia. AND OONOIGNODB,
rolltronle g a i s r to
easonable. Also, 0 Storage
1.. FLOUR AND
_FEED, &c.,
• Porando wholesale and retail, adower prieestbso
oanbo purchased, elsewhere. A lso, superiorlot of
. Buokwheat Meal, and Potatoes.
°moo, No:105 North t ighth-BLioading,Pa.
TAKE NOTICE !
GREAT REDUCTION
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, CAPS AND
CLOTHING 1
GEIGER & BRO.,
431 PENN STREET,
We haVe jest received a splendid stook of the
above goods, whioh are now offered et the follow•
log low oleos: , • ' '
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m .V n . ii relfrot t (B 4 ,.. ' ' s 1 , 4*.g•
1 .! Yretich calf Congress gaiters,
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' working shoes, extra, heavy. $2 00 to li 82 1
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calf balineralksoweil. .
1 80
._,_• • kip . ~, ig. , • . $1 50 tol 85
IVAnep's lastiniegh Polish, . • , 200
' 'Pali li fi r g ba l l= ( best).
Ligliest balmormay ' " ' • 1
gattA?r!„ • , , 100
•13inis' hilts, • • 50
Women's gdorooco balmorals, Polish. • ''2 00
Vt. •' b ,' • 4' shoes. • ,
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e a nt a k t ia t sf;,: l i ' d ' ' ' , . 85
glove Eig e r:Abb. high her
haimorala.i 1 • 1. $2 85 to 9 25
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l!etbaegcssttaw as any other slmilst
pleisigiialct
REPAIRING.
.• Particular . attention- ie said to 'all kinds of ro7
Ve n if '
also Lace livid large and, wan saw ted
stook. of •
FURS, TRUNKS, VALISES, '&o.
Renumber the name and st.umbei,
dtIiGER
431'RENN STRREZ
oleo 22-
NEW WINE 110 USE,
N 6. 052 Hair' STREET,'
• READINOI.-PA.
OSCAR , E. °MOST,
ROPRIETOB,
I)#4lerin all kinds of Dirleatif .Winos of t!ttlookt
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lINUOBLIN it dPI7I3)IPIELIPS
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Celebrated Ohemirl Writing Fluid;
d in Quart, Pint and smaller bottles, .
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For sato 'cheap. still° EACifig BOOR STORE,
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'REAIANG ,
The oldest Oertnan Newspaper published in tho
113.Uatted States•
‘ ESTAIILIERIND IN 1707:
Circulation over nye Thousand I
Tho'lßeading Adler" is the best advertising me.
Ottnn for the German Districts in Eastern Pennsyl-
vitals, having a circulation of over five• thousand
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ooplott, It contain', twonty-olglit largo oolumna Of
advortleementi and carefully selected re adin rmatf
Lei, Tbo (Her is thoroughly Democratic! in pilaf
oiplo, endeavoring to Inculcate tho sound political
doctrines of our forifatb ore, as laid d_o_wn by Joffe,-
eon and Jackson. „1-
PRICE ONLY $1 50 A YEAR.
Published every Tuesday morning, r ,
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VISITING CARDS,
BUSINESS CARDS,
WyDDI,NG CARDS,
of all kintle, maybe bad at the EMI twee.
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Electrotypes furni4id it desired.
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All olads Ü b eyi done in the post beintlfal_Pani
net. tad at the lowest rates. apply it, tile male
Bookstore.
DR; BIJOIMI sonatmol
CELEBRATED SWEDISH DIMAS;
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No. 851 Penn Street. •
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kdakete r i l l g 1 4 . 4140/2 taD. l 9 4
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Mt ttt M u le. *down." pettwoltn•
villa. Rearnstown. - ,
BOYERTOWN MAIL AND STAGE LINE,.
Leaves Boyertown'at 6' o'elodt, a‘ m.. A 77174
111 Reading o_lo O'oloek.u. in.• - Returtllng, , lames
Reading 02% p. sa: Arrives at Byertow* IA 7
p.l . m 4 i t serves , Stoners filler JirtUntitidolush ,
Ureshville. Yellow Mouse. liarlville MS, Viosers
town. • , . • , ,
usuNvitital MAIL' AND STAGE 1 1i a r ,144131. .:
Leaves , Bethel •tt r 3 ,A.Polooll,_ a:, 1n.,. soil,.
y
Beading at 10 . o'e 00k..a.,n5. .itet I . eaves
Reading at 2 ololoe kp i m g - attires it Umbstsw
it 9p. m. Its ervetioelnbeebt. I t o. scer tri. Bert-
Die t • AntororitturV . Bethel. 1 Tel Oman and
moisteri Mills.' -'.
BL.V_II ilal. MAIL AND ivrAgß LINE ' ' '
Leaves Reid on:Monday. - WedneMay , and Itrl
day at 8o el k eon, itetmning. ler, Blue
Ball on TOOlOl 'Th.eredly and Sal tar
riving at Read yat Of t 0'0)04 p. m. ' plies
Mohn's Store • . hatter a, Itowmaailvt,, uddy
Creek, Terre kiA, Nearer's will ail 11 . •
PIQUA MAIL AND mu
• , Loaves Reading. on Monday. nesday and
Pride at 7 1?'oloor a. in. Aarvivm at Reading en •
Tu • • y. Thursday,' ad Ward's,* at 6 o'clock,
n -it supplies Mt. s t i lui. ileekersville Joanna
I/. . ace , Morgantown, botville, lioneißrooke.
tiebridge and South Ilermi4o, , ;• .. :
011AVIISVILLE STA,(III D MOULINS * 1
eaves Lobalhsville on 'rue , my: Thrat'and
Saturday at 6 b cloth; a. tn. astrE at adios at
Oli o'clock. a. ra. iteturning. ' vesßea ding at
21„, odook , p. m. Arrlyes at baohsville at 6
obilock. I). ut, It servos Alsace. Oleysthtl Lelniehs
vine. •
* READING TO COLUMBIA -t_ • •
Daily by. Railroad—Leaves eadlnsir t il t si 0.
$
Arrives atl.o:3oa.m. 13np Res glow Me olds
fitistiols. Stevens, Er Mi L it an
eita,Spoilotrl. And 1 1 - 10; ;Imp!.
ly iigs a f 'ii.
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Tri-iroo b , 7 - 814110-;' Aas es **tin' - on
Monday. vedneedny Ict ' irrldaY . at 7a . In'. ,: Ar.
rives at Birdsboro at p: -Itetacimfrieskres
it s. on Tuotihkr. an at, on Attlar St
7 ri. in. ' Suppite4uolger a Mi lls, i slue omr. ines.
'lVallace, Sup Lionville and West ' hitt
land. • '• • , .
, -• : READI OTO ROISON . '. •
13etni-WeeklY bYll er"Leaves eadint onpes
day imisatrday A t a. m. and arrives at ad-
Ing 4"
111'
' 4it 0 TO ll OST I 1* i f ; L'l_ . •
. . R N 11 .
- Semi-vieekly by 81 ge—Leaves Reading -Luca
day and. idaturdaytte WO a. tn. r i ve_4s•__at . Read ! .
ing at 9:30 a. tn. Supplies Addans'invern, Lower
Heidelberg, North idelborg, Krick', milts an d
Most. . .
.. . . IXESP RT TO NtIRA
' Tri-weekly by Stow Loaves LoosPost Tueislai.
Thursday and baturdoy at 12 in. Arrives at Ittes
port nt 3 p. m. Supplies South Evansville a n d
Mdlltow,n . .
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CIIXTOWN TO VIRGINSVILLE . . .
Tri-wee ly by Stage—Leaves Costir Tuesday. ' Thursday and'hatu'rd ay at VI a. in. A ves at Vex
town at 4p. m. Supplies Kirbyville, °adorn and
Virginevillo. • • .
REIIRWESIIIIII.OV STOIIOIIBIIIIII4
Trl-weekly by Stage— eaves ItehroraburgTues
day; Thursday and Satin ay atll a. tu; Arrivetat
Reinieraburg at 6 p. rO4. Supplies Win tersville and
Rost.
READING idAILB. „
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ywrog DAILY. .
Now York—Closes at 10A. u. and 10 r. w.
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II Althea at "A. M. and 2 P. IL
Philitlphia—ArriVes at 10:30A. sr. and 6 P.*.
010i011 at /0 A" If. and 4 P. tr.
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llarrls!ourg—Arrives at 10:3_'A. D 411 4
4:30 P'. U.
6 Closes nt 10 A. If: anti rou P . V, • •
Pottsville—Arrives at 10:30 A. is. and 4:30 r. ir.
.. Closes at 10 A. IL and 3:30 P. M. • • '
ALLRNTOWN AND MANTON. , ' ' I
Arrives st2;oo P. It. I: .' , 0101101;At10;00 A.M.
RNAMTOWN—throo timelplseek t , • , '
Arrives at7:oo P. U. I - ' • 'Ulobett at 5;00 A. 11.
BeR1111)14L11. ' •
Arrives at10;!Xl A, I closes at2:lo
11101111RSIOWN.
Arrives at 10:00 A. 11. 2, Closes 442:30,
LOBACOIRVILLII-4Rt0131111108 a WOok t
Arrives at 0:30 A. Y. I Close at 2:30 r. Y.
I.l4llA—three tithes a reek. ' •
Arrives at 7:00r. Y. ICloses at 8:00 A. Y.
• BMA BALL—three lima a week. , •
Avrives at 4;30 P. N. I CIOSQ at 8:00 A. Y.
lIRIDRIAIRRO—tRiOO a Weak;
Arrives at OM A. Y. I Close at 11:30 A. it.
Bonmunt—twiee a Welk, •
Arrives at 1100 A. Y. • close at 7:30 A. to,
N. T. GEHO,
'FASHIONABLE
BOOT AND SHOE MAVRRt
4 . 658 Penn Steak BaldOw; Pa. i
HAS bONSTANFLY ON NANO THE FINEST
GI - h a ir eV; 1 .
also ao L a di es ' l a n n i d i ttra t r i ln o P s% r i ot s t3 o h f o n e ll
itindr. See list of styles and Prices: ••
Alsin s'enlf boots, home made, $025
5'50
kip :" • 400 to 500
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calf balmorals, 200 . 4 2
• 200
" Broga'ns • 200 2
" Congress gai ters, 275 ' 4
" tilovakidCongress gaiters, 400 • 6
D?ya' hip bobbl e i .• 200 • 3
balmorals, 160 2
Youths' kip boots, • 175 260
" balmorals , ' 125• 1.75
Women's glove kid h i lgh Polish brit- %
morals, ' 8.60 400
Wpmen'sicu3tinghigh olishbaittprals,2 00. 3po
~ ' goat patent leather tip • ?.- 200 a 25
" Kid, slippers,
100
Misses' goat patent loather tip hal. • 1 76
morals ..,, 16 0 2,40
Children a goat pat.en leather tip bat- • -
morals, • ' , I 126 1 1.0
N. T. °MO,
OM-Penn Street.
&mil Nemll
1 1 11 HE HEADING FIRE INSURANCE AND
I TRUST COMPANY OF DEKKO CO.
oIWANIZND Ju Lir, 1867.
Woo htfturance IJufldinp, N 0.19 North
Fifth otrect,e. E. arner of (bur, 4000.
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Office hours froni BA.u. to 8 ,
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ntRECITORBS
Henry. Pringlo Joneo, • James MeXnlght,
HZ. Von Reed, . Jacob Shaffner,
JT. Jackson. . D. IS. Stout,
onas Shatter, . •J. T. Valentine,
George Moser. •
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This CompanY Insures all hinds of property
against loss or damage by llreatratea as low as any
other reliable Co tn pany and upon ovary plan known
to Reek Insurance Companies.
Perpetual Policies issued' requiring ng'renewat
and upon which the amount of premium paid oar'
bo reclahned at any time, • loss a deduction of Ave
Per cort, The van on
y.
on of this method ore
worthy of the attention o fermerland others he
in g fret-tdass dwelling owes. arns and othor
buildings, in town or country. as ohms the cheap.
est and safest.
•
•• Policies forpne, two, three, five or more yenta, of
foriess than one year. issued and'no charge N 2140
for Policy and slimy when renewed or Witt* itsi
ountncon are transferred fibm other companies,
The llsena rif• Readies and vicinity, hitherto
dependent mainly. upon foreign 'Companies, have
now the privilege of effecting their lusurances in is
hem° institntion;well Organised,with an adequate
paid in anti g_uaranjeed_ OSPilali • predating
strong a buts of seetirity ail that o itily„otnerpom.
pany. The adVantage of doing. btisiness directly
with the Company mutilie importknal °thanking
some portion of the largo sums mild for instirsnees,
in circulation at homeorill be appriated Ws%
J. PRINGLB JONES, esident.
4 JAMES MoKRIGIIT, V 06 President;
S. R. ANCONA. Bee and T sae. UONOIO.
LENNART th °Riau. .
NAOHINIBTB, BRASS POUNDERS,
• .And •
DRALENLI
Machinists' and Manufactpsors' Nuppliss 7
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wortestei,i Oommp[ebeAslP• Dictionary,
Wore”ter'i &tool Diotioul
Adlor'a airman and Rata& Dlonousill
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tenet.of lt le good, Iu rot In all thole r9Pitts
where au external anplidatin le required, uit o
or Beast, and the subsoer can consolen cy
recommend it s s One of t he beet Lldiwenteof lbe
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Price 20 Ciente per Bottle.
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