Newspaper Page Text
IVithout doubt it has proved itself to be the
most useful hand book in the language, for the
engineering profession.—Engineering and Mining
Journal, August 25th, 1888.
JOHN WILEY & SONO,
T- E. S. GREELY &
GENERAL ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
5 and .7 DEV ST., NEW YORK.
ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENT INSTRU.
MENTS and BATTERIES of
the very Highest Grade.
Precision and Constancy, ( OM' a!
ity and Finish, the 13. st in •
talo ne of Standard-Test I
(- 4 g R
upon application. Illus. '
trate(' circular of Lamps t " !)
and Novelties upon al,.
-MINIATURE INCANDESCENT LAMPS.
No. 2 Planer and Matcher.
Planes 24 in. wide, 6 in. thick; matches 12 in. wide;
specially designed for custom work in small plan
ing mills, carpenter shops, technical schools col
leges, etc. Makes, siding moldings, beading,
flooring, ate, A. low priced and a favorite
J. I. Fig I EGAD CO.
165-185 W. Front St.,
Cincinnati, Ohio, U. S. A.
F. & F N. SPON,
ONE OF OUR
: — SPECIALTIES — :
is the outfitting of
tutions, Trade De
No. 2 Universal Wood-Worker.
With Upright Mandrel. Main Head,loX l in. wide
Planes and edges at one operation.
The Largest Line will make glue joints ; plane out of wind; cham•
for; cross gain, groove, cut straight, circular
in the U. S. or wave moldings, tongue and groove,
plane taper, rip and cross-cut sawing,
boring, routing, etc.
Send (0 Catalogue, Information, etc.
of i . OF THE MOST IMPROVED and PROGRESSIVE TYPE
To WYCKOFF, SEAMANS & BENEDICT
REAIINGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITER
• After using the Remington typewriters in
the Vermont Methodist Seminary for more than a year 1
am glad to bear testimony to the excellent results attained.
Our instruments are kept in the academic; And pupils
who desire are assigned hours for practice. Quito a num
ber• have availed themselves of the opportunity. I have
noticed, first, a care for correct spelling and punctuation
which we had not been able to secure otherwise. I have
seen an unusual attention to the structure of sentences,
The rhetoric of composition seems to stand out more
clearly before the pupil on a printed than on a written
page ; and as the manipulation of the machine soon be
comes mechanical, the writer devotes much attention,
even in copying articles, to the structure and finish of the
sentences. I fully believe that the typewriter put in the
hands .of all our pupils would prove a valuable aid to their
Send for Catalogue.
WYCKOFF. SEAMANS & BENEDICT,
Remington Standard T,pewriter,
834 Chestnut Street,
E. A. BISHOP, Principal.