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TRAUT WINE'S ROCKET- BOOK.
IWithout doubt it has proved itself to be the
most useful hand book in the language, for the
engineering profession.—Enyineeping and Mining
Journal, August 25th, 1888.
LJOHN WILEY & SONS, I F. & F N. SPON,
NEW YORK. LONDON.
Tif E. S. GREELY & CO.
GENERAL ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
5 and 7 DEY ST., NEW YORK.
ItIENTS and BATTERIES of
Gm very Highest. Grade.
o" ....". N.01;b 4 1011 and Constriney, Qual
ity and Fin h, the Beet In
int • Catalogue of StandtuadTest
• y ments furnished
upon applhattlon. Inns
raud eit•onlar Levu pn
and Novelties upon np•
-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, etc, A low priced and a favorite
J. A. Fig 8 EGIM CO.
165-185 W. Front St.,
Cincinnati, Ohio, U. S. A.
To WYCKOFF, SEAMANS & BENEDICT :
REMINGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITER
After using the Remington typewriters in
the Vermont Methodist Seminary for more than a year I
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. Quite a num.
ber have availed themselves of the opportunity. I have
noticed, first, a care for correct spelling and punctuation
wnich 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 Ir)pewriter,
ONE OF OUR
SPECIALTIES — :
is the outfitting of
tutions, Trade De•
No. 2 Universal Wood-Worker.
With Upright Mandrel. Main Head, 10 1 Ain. wide
Planes and edges at ono operation.
The Largest Line Will make glue Joints ; plane out of wind ; oham•
fur; cross gain, groove, out straight, circular
in the U. S. or wave moldings, tongue and groove,
plane taper, rip and cross-out sawing,
boring, routing, etc.
Select From. Send for Catalogue, Information, eto.
OP THE MOST IMPROVED an PROGRESSIVE TYPE
E. A. BISHOP, Principal.
834 Chestnut Street,