RM2AG83FM–. History of Randolph County, Indiana with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers : to which are appended maps of its several townships. MrsJarthaEDemort William H. Demory
RM2AXA8D0–Outlines of general history . derness, separate, yet united, learn-ing by struggle with adverse Nature and thesavage red men how to wrestle with their op-pressors in the next age. 56 Outlines of General History. Events of the English Epoch, 1660 to 1770A.D. Restoration of the Stuarts, (Charles II.)... .1660 King Philips War in New England 1675 Revolution and e.xpulsion of James II 1688 Victory of Blenheim won by Marlborough.. 1704 The reign of Queen Anne 1702-1714 Peter the Greats reign in Russia 1689-1725 Frederick the Great, King of Prussia. .1740-1786Braddocks defeat in America 1755 -+ STUD
RM2AWGWC7–Breeder and sportsman . failed to name when entries closed, by makingthe payments due to March 2, 1910, amount $22, which covers payments to March1. 1911, the few substitutions to be disposed of will be awarded in the order inwhich remittances are received. Prompt attention will secure for you this richengagement. Address all communications to the Secretary. P. W. KELLEY, Secretary, 366 Pacific Bldg., San Francisco, Cal. E. P. HEALD, President. Pedigrees Tabulated (.Typewritten, Suitable for Framing.) Stallion Folders with picture of the horse and terms on first page; completetabulated pedigre
RM2AWKKMG–History of Union and Middlesex Counties, New Jersey with Biographical Sketches of many of their Prominent Men . Taylor, 1876-81. JUSTICES OF PEACE.Tliomas McKirgan, 1869-70. John Dean, 1876. ?William H. Briant, 1871. William G. Marsh, 1877. David M, Smythe, 1881. George M. Tiugley, 1875. James S. Sandford, 1873,1881. James S. Sandford, 1879. Archibald Grade, 1878-80. D. M. Smith, 1880-81. TOWN COMMITTEE. John H. Allen, 1869-70.James C. Pitts, 1869-71, 1875,1877.Daniel W. Day, 1869-71, 1876.James M. Woodruff, 1871.Jonathan Edgar, 1873-75, 1878.Willoughby Powell, 1872-74.William Z. Larnod, 1872-
RM2AX4BEF–Quarterly journal of microscopical science . rs of the interseptal spaces between thecalcareous septa, which are disposed second and third, right andleft, from the median inferior or ventral septum. This pair ofconical pits in each calicle is extremely deep, and after thecorallum has been treated with acid for some time, and all othertraces of the calicles have been dissolved away, the pairs of pitsremain conspicuous, still disposed in rows all over its surface.The pits are situate in the inferior or ventral region of eachcalicle, just inferiorly to its shorter diameter. The calicles areall di
RM2AWD4PX–Céphale & Procris : ballet héroïque en trois actes . 180. LAMOUR S r^^-°HT^ ^=f=? W Il en est temps en co re. !•*• £ ^± ^^^ ^ PP^ trr^ * * -* P ^^* :?r 1^ ^ Ma i ^ #^—*- ï ^*-t-r- 3^E ^^^ Ah! nie viens les mal heurs fF F P p p * j L ^3Ë=g è^^^^-^^ ^^^ ^ <!— é é ^ë- I I ^^ -*—*- CEPHAI.E ^ Vi ia Ê -*- -&- k^ Ren tiez moi. belU An - ro re. P l 1 I J = é ^ ^ »n—» 1 ïê= E soutenues 181 L. C. i SÊ ^ Par I. â ^42- VZi ^ ^ A Tob jet de mes pleurs!
RM2AKRC00–The century illustrated monthly magazine . obtained. The Java differs from itsnear relative, the Plymouth Rock, chiefly inbeing longer in body and having in the malesa more fully developed tail. At present it isrequired by the Standard to have a willow leginstead of the yellow leg which is characteris-tic of the Plymouth Rock. The Dominique isone of the oldest of American varieties, andis, in an improved form, the old hawk-col-ored fowl that used to be largely kept byNew England farmers. As now bred, itsplumage resembles that of the Plymouth Rock;it has a well-developed rose-comb, yellow legs,
RM2AX756F–Breeder and sportsman . HOUGHTON Sole Originators of Aluminum Lined Wood Rims The rim with thedoubt and risk left out...40 STYLES... SULKIES—all kinds of Carta forroad or track use—Speed Wagons—Top Buggies — Runabouts andSurreys at interesting prices.50-Page Catalog—100 Illustrations—FREE Built as Fine—Fast as a Sulky. Low seat, easy rider, accident-proof bearings,aluminum lined rims, guaranteed heavytread tires, large solid brass dirt shield, canvasdust protector, large foot pump, tools,wrenches, etc., free. ADDRESS. The Houghton Sulky Co. MARION, OHIO. Furnished regularly with aluminum lined
RM2AXBC3G–Breeder and sportsman . than there are starters. Acolt distancing the field will be entitled to first and fourth moneys only,and in no other case will they be entitled to more than one money. Otherthan specified, rules of the National Trotting Association to govern. Forfurther particulars address M. D. WISDOM, Hamilton Bldg., Portland, Oregon. Bon Voyage (3) 2:125 Reg. No. 39813 As a two-year-old won $9500 Champion two-year-old and champion two-year-old moneywinner of 1904. Record 2:15. As a three-year-old won $11,500 Champion three-year-old stallion and champion three-year-oldmoney winner of
RM2AX5MD3–History of Fayette County, Pennsylvania : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men . :i^/J vUn£, ^ff^^. WILLIAM BARTON. NICHOLSON TOWNSHIP. on the old Collins farm, which eventually became byinheritance the property of Mrs. Barton, in SouthUnion township, where he prosecuted farming all hislife, adding to the farm by the purchase in 1830 of anadjoining tract equal to it in size. Mr. Barton becamea considerable stock-raiser withal, and for twentyyears or more ran a distillery, the products of whichhad a great reputation all along the line of the Na-tional road when t
RM2AX27D1–Evening post annual, Biographical sketches [with portraits] of the state officers, representatives in Congress, governor's staff, and senators and members of the General assembly of the state of Connecticut . 129. RAYMOND N. PARISH Of Montville, was a member of the House of1866. Formerly he was a farmer, but during thelast nine years, in connection with farming, hehas been engaged in the hardware business inNorwich. He is a native of Montville, and wasborn on March 31, 1834. He had the educa- tional advantages of the common school. Atdifferent times he has filled the offices of asses-sor, sele
RM2AJGX8C–Breeder and sportsman . OF YE ARMORER PRICE. [By Watts Dewin.] Pete Ashcroft had two guns they say. Two guns had he, for his delight.He oiled and cleaned them all the day, And rubbed and wiped them all the night. His Parker, like summers day, was bright-And Smith! roses dipped in wine. But though they were a goodly sightNo gun is so fair as mine. Guns, other, caused a grievous fray, And Hop Lees pump points right.Good Clabrough in field holds sway. With, gunsmiths skill bedight. My wonderment these guns invite.Their comeliness it is divine. And yet I say in their despite.No gun is so fair as m
RM2AJF8W3–Humboldt; Monatsschrift fÃ¼r die gesamten Naturwissenschaften . )).SollfWeilct. â TOiillet; Slmmoniatgtljall beSTOeleorrDOficts. â (Jtcbnct: 3)et SeebSt in bcrâ¢Cfiiee. â 3fol: Hj-nienoconidium petasahim. â Siiiulj: SeitTOeiioffc in immtrgtiinen SIStlern. â 3>rofe: Iet Sifccintob bft Sorlietditn. âftirn :SBonbmiitmtr. â ISirtanner: Uommerneier. âTOotlljelDs: Ter burdji @dtirutig ericugte JDrud. âOuinquoub: Pinflufe ber fiolte auf ben lietiliftfnCrgomlmuS. â gidneiber: ablafittuns Bon(fiicn-orijb im aierlortitr. â TOtflliS: Siluniole TOuji^elnak S*mucl oetmenbet. (ilKit abbilbuiig) . . (ia J
RM2ANHJX5–Breeder and sportsman . BONNY McKINNEY 41383 Will make the Season of 1910 at PLEASANTON TRAINING PARK FEE: $40 for the Season. Usual return privilege. Dam, Martha Frasier by Rustic 917; second dam Emma, full sister to CoraWickersham, dam of Nogi 2:10%. Athasham 2:09%, etc., by Whippleton 1SS3; thirddam Gladys by Gladiator S336; fourth dam Kate bv John Nelson 1S7. Bonny Mc-Kinney is a coal black, stands 15.3, is a magnificent individual and a natural trot-ter. His colts all have size, good looks, solid color and perfect dispositions. Iwill be pleased to show Bonny McKinney and his get at any ti
RM2ANBH49–A history of the Baptists in Missouri : embracing an account of the organization and growth of Baptist churches and associations : biographical sketches of ministers of the gospel and other prominent members of the denomination : the founding of Baptist institutions, periodicals, etc. . edman who was then and is now a member of the Sunday-school,who said, Thank God I see you, my brother! Those weregolden seeds jou sowed amongst us, and they have yielded ablessed harvest. Thomas Washington Barrett—was born in West Virginia in1835. He united with the Baj)tist church at Marietta, Ohio, in1856, an
RM2AWRPFK–Industries of New Jersey. . z(> STATE OF NEW JERSEY.
RM2AG6DNY–. History of Randolph County, Indiana with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers : to which are appended maps of its several townships. Mrs a J. Chenoweth, Abraham J. Chenoweth.
RM2AFKEXG–. Breeder and sportsman. 2:14*4); seconddam. Nelly. Pirst and only horse whose entire racing career (56 heats) averages 2:08*4. First and only horse at 5 years to pace twice In oue day in 2:03*4, winning race. First and only horse to pace in 2:00*4, first trial against time. First and only horse to pace in 1:59*4, second trial against time. First and only horse to pace to the half in 57H seconds. First and only horse to pace to the three-quarter in 1:27%. First and only horse to pace in 1:59%, first trial second year. First and only horse to pace again In 2:00, same week, same year. First and
RM2AG6B1J–. Journal. 1ms been attainedThe absorbing vessels and their contents may be usedseveral times without being heated, to drive off theabsorbed gas. if they are kept in the cooling liquid and usedin a systematic order. Claim is also made for maintainingthe vacuum in double-walled vessels, by the use of anabsorbent, contained in a pocket in communication wththe space between the walls, which absorbent is cooled bythe liquefied gas contained in the inner space.—W. H. C. Separator; Continuous Centrifugal ——. E. Pautet.Fr. Pat. 350,225, Oct. 14, 1904. The liquid is fed on to horizontal discs having u
RM2AWDMHG–Manual of dental surgery and pathology . bling our precautions with regard to careful ob-servation of all symptoms, pay especial attention to the condi-tions of the pulse. We also strongly recommend operating onlywhilst the patient is fully anaesthetized, for the reason thatthere will be less chance of arresting the hearts action throughshock. In the case of the death which occurred at Exeter,closely following the administration of nitrous oxide, an uppermolar tooth h:id been split into fragments by a powerful instru- ANiESTIIESTA, 337 ment forced into its pulp-cavity. We do not say that this
RM2AN87RH–History of Sanbornton, New Hampshire . ; on the David Taylor, now Bickford place, nearElm-trees the first Baptist meeting-house; and at the Prescott,remark.0 latterly the Knox homestead, in the New State. The most graceful as well as one of the thickest in trunk andbroadest in shade of the single elms in town is thought to be that inthe old Hill Pasture (at the house site), as viewed to the right whiletravelling from Clarks Corner to the Square. Another, near T. W.Taylors at the Square, is remarkable for sending out one of its armsor main branches several feet at right angles from its trunk, w
RM2AJHYX4–Wild flowers and where they grow . MAY I GO ? THE CAPRICES OF FLOWERS. 15 Duly as the time set for them in the order of the universecomes round, therethey bloom, as ifthey had a part inthe life that is im-mortal. Wonderful per-sistence of a thingwhich seems sotransient that youmay count upon. finding; it in theselfsame spot for thirtyIt may be a tritething to say, but it is nonethe less a matter worththinking about, that whenthe lane the cows came up. much that was thought per- manent has perished, and a place once familiar is altered and
RM2AX4EME–Breeder and sportsman . ARNESS DEALERS : John A. McKerroD, J. OKane, San Francisco. At all DragStores and Harness Shops, and hy the manufacturer, B £L, De Huy,Ph.G.,at the Pioneer Pharmacy,26PSuh Broadway (next to Postofflce Station A), Denver, Colo.a Veterinary ttlze 50 cent*: family. 9Rcent*. Oo You Play On Form? Yes? ^ WELL, THEN, -*W YOU CANT DO WITHOUT TOTS San Francisco Turf Guide (Published by the BREEDER AND SPORTSMAN), Which Contains 1,055 Form Charts of Races Run at Oakland and InglesideDuring the Season Just Closed. Scores of Our Horses are Running at Your Meeting. In Our Book You C
RM2AWNBD0–History of Union and Middlesex Counties, New Jersey with Biographical Sketches of many of their Prominent Men . secretary, it was unanimously resolved, Thatwe have heard with sorrow of the death of our late BENCH AND BAR OF UNION COUNTY. 117 brother, Cornelius Boice, Esquire ; tliat Ids personalintercourse and professional relations with us formany years have been characterized by a fraternityuniformly generous and confiding; that his profes-sional labors have always been marked by a true,commendable zeal for all who committed their rightsand interests to his care, and in the public fiduciaryp
RM2AKPMAY–The century illustrated monthly magazine . Mrs. Ritchie THE DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM M. THACKERAY OF the literary talents of Mrs. Anne Ritchie, the gifted daughter of agifted father, little need be said. In story, poem and essay she hasshown a versatility which has placed her in the front rank of English authors.Her recently published papers of her father show the sympathetic and intelli-gent interest in his work, and how close she was to him. Mrs. Ritchie willbe represented in the Journals special Famous Daughters issue by one ofthese delightful articles on Thackeray, in which she gives an interes
RM2AKA8JR–Industries of New Jersey. . A RURAL SCENE NEAR WEST ORANGE. STATE OF NEW JERSEY.. HISTORICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE REVIEW—INSTITUTIONS. INDUSTRIES, COMMERCE AND TRADE-^ COUNTIES, CITIES. TOWNS AND BUSINESS INTERESTS—GEOGRAPHICAL, COMMERCIAL AND MANUFACTURING ADVANTAGES, ETC., ETC, One of the smaller States of the American Union, in area, and oversnadowed on either side by its nextneighbors, the great States of Pennsylvania and New York, the State of New Jersey has ever maintained aconspicuous and honorable rank as second to none in enterprise and prosperity, and the peer of the largest andgreatest i
RM2AFKC2A–. King's handbook of Boston harbor. Company, its present owners. In July, 1775, a detachment of 500 Continental soldiers, in 65 whale-boats, landed on Long Island, and took off all the sheep and cattle there,together with 17 British sailors. They were hotly cannonaded by the men- STINGS HANDBOOK OF BOSTON HARBOR. I65 of-war in the harbor, and chased to Squantum by an armed schooner andbarges crowded with blue-jackets ; but got off safely with their prizes, whoseloss was grievously mourned by the hungry officers in Boston. ColonelPierce thus described the affair in his diary: Our people go to L
RM2AXFT4B–Incandescent electric lights . oil 24 ducting rods (coming from the main coiductors) are cut and bent outwards ar iintroduced into a clamp where they ai. soldered to the house wires, as shown inFig. 10; but in order that no harm can bedone by two strong currents, one of thesecommunications is made by intercalating 25 a lead wire in the branch circuit, shownat the bottom of the figure, and which,by its fusion, interrupts the circuit. Thisis what is called in America a cut off;1and in this way it prevents deterioration.The box is then hermetically closed andcovered with an insulating coating. In
RM2AK9TF7–Industries of New Jersey. . and Long Beach, separated, the latter entirely and the former almost its entire length,from the mainland by a narrow lagoon called Barnegat Bay, with many inlets and a large number of smallislets, the inlets mostly containing excellent oysters in great abundance. The surface is mostly level, withextensive forests of pine, the lumber from which enters largely into the industries of the county, some beingworked up at home and much of it exported. The county is drained by the Toms River and Cedar and OysterCreeks. The soil is somewhat sandy, except in Jackson, Plumstea
RM2AKJ3Y1–The century illustrated monthly magazine . SOUND DISCS are guaranteed to help alarger per cent, of casesthan all similar devicescombined. The same to the Ears as glasses are to theeyes. Positively invisible. Worn months withoutremoval. H. A. WALES, Bridgeport, Conn. J A WEDDING OUTFIT for $200 | 3 I A Valuable Article in the MAY Number of THE INDIES ToUipis W Other Features to be Found Home ••• in this Issue are Me. 1 y THE VALUE OF ETIQUETTE—What her laws mean when properly observed. iy^i THE STORY OF A SOCIETY GIRL. BEHAVIOR AT CHURCH. ^ THE USE OF SLANG. ]&L WHAT TO TEACH DAUGHTERS. Lj* A
RM2AXDF0J–Breeder and sportsman . er.. THE LATEST TRIUMPH OF CHEMICAL SCIENCEThe simplest, cheapest, and most powerful FireExtinguisher in existence. Always ready; alwayseffective. Any one can use it. Send for catalogue.H. II. GROSS.21 New Montgomery street. HEALDS Business College, 24 Post St., San Francisco. The most popular school on the Coast. E. P. HEALD President. C. S. HALEY, Secy g£J Send forcircular.Tai RACING PLATES. RACING PLATES OR TKAINTNO BHOl 01any size or weight, rewarded on receipt of price,82.50 per set. AJ1 plates and shoes guaranteed to D€ < (ml I t. BLANKETS. THE LARGEST STOCK.
RM2AX7MCP–History of Fayette County, Pennsylvania : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men . /^^^^.^^^^^-r^ ,:^^^. /^^;^3> ay2^-^^ CONNELLSVILLE BOROUGH AND TOWNSHIP. 415 ship with Henry Clay Frick, under the style of H. C.Frick & Co., for the manufacture and sale of Con-nellsville coke, their works being almost wholly situ-ated in Fayette County. In this firm he continues inactive business. In 1872 he married Miss Josephine E., daughter ofW. S. Mackintosh, of Pittsburgh, by whom he hasthree children,—John M., William S., and Martha E. [ WALTON FERGUSOX, Esq. ?Walton Fer
RM2AXCC9P–Breeder and sportsman . or the purpose hereindescribed. 3. The blanket or covering A, with its extensions B,permanent securing-hands E, and the front fasteningsFG, in combination with the elastic neck-extension H,substantially as and for the purpose herein described. 4. The blanket A and hood J in combination with theelastic connecting-strip I, substantially as descrihedand for the purpose set forth. 5. Theclose-fitting hood J, having the elastic band L,beneath the jaws, so that they mav be allowed to movewithout disturbing the fit. and adapted to be securedto the cover by means of straps, sub
RM2AXCNEM–Breeder and sportsman . Tho Original Egyptian. Ellis ImprovedHutton PatentChecking Device Absolutelythe GreatestController onEarth for Roador Track Use.
RM2AXBTWT–Breeder and sportsman . a, dam of Solano Boy 2:09%. Sale will take place at Suisun City Stables. B. F. RUSH and J. W. HAILE, Owners. Subscribe for the Breeder and Sportsman. Bon Voyage (3) 2:12: Reg. No. 39613 As a two-year-old won $9500 Champion two-year-old and champion two-year-old moneywinner of 1904. Record 2:15. As a three-year-old won $11,500 Champion three-year-old stallion and champion three-year-oldmoney winner of 1905. Record 2:1234. One of the best bred trotting stallions in early speedproducing lines in the world. Sired by Expedition2-1554. best son of the great Electioneer 12o,
RM2AXD2PD–Breeder and sportsman . , sire of Katalina 3, 2:15%, Gen-eral Vallejo 2:22^, Little Mac (3) 2:27, Sweet Rosie 3:28%, Vallejo Girl 2:10^and Prof. Heald 2:23) by McDonald Chief 3583, son of Clark Chief 89: seconddam Fannv Rose, great broodmare (dam of Geo. Washington 2:16%, Columbus S.2:17), by Ethan Allen Jr. 2993. General J. B. Frisbie is handsome, good gaited,black, seven years old. He is a full brother to Tom Smith 2:13%; shows Mc-Kinney speed and will be trained for the races this season. Constructor is a beautiful black stallion, stands 15.2% hands, weighs 1200pounds; perfect in every way.
RM2AG670X–. Report of the State Entomologist on injurious and other insects of the state of New York. the catkins dwarfing thegrowth, onQ. macrocarpa. Fig. 53, 8, 9. Beutm. loc, p. 128 Cynipid. Neuroterus vernus Gill. KEY TO AMERICAN INSECT GALLS 79 6 Gall a swelling of the midvein or sometimes of the petiole (See also (13) P- 106, and (15) a, b, p. no) (i) Swellings abrupt Globose or spindle-shaped, woody, green petiole or midrib gall on Q. alba,Q. prinus, Q. macrocarpa, Q. bicolor, Q. prinoides,Q. obtixsiloba. Fig. 7^- Bass. 63, p. 324 Cynipid. Oak leaf stalk gall, Andricus petiolicola Bass.Polythalam
RM2AKKN0K–Breeder and sportsman . of his noted sirePedigree. Bv Don Cossack, the great prize winner. 1st dam by Harold, sire of Maud S.. 2:03 Y. ^tnd Noontide, 2:20^. 2d dam bv Belmont. 6ire of Nutwood. 2: IS^, and Wedgewood, 2:19. 3d dam by Mambrino Chief, sire of Lady Thorne, 2:18^, and Wood-ford Mambrino, 2:2iK- 4ihdam by Grey Eagle, sire of St. Charles, 2:26. 5th dam by Hunts Commodore, son of Mambrino. 6th df»m by Whipster. 7th dam by imp Buzzard. 8th dam by Craigs Alfred. 3th dam Wormlevs King Herod. 10th dam imp. Traveller. 11th dam imp. Whittington. Harold Cossack was bred to three mares last se
RM2AX52DJ–History of Fayette County, Pennsylvania : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men . i iliil!llllillllliililliilii|;iMBiilli|HI. TYllONE—UPPER AND LOWER TOWNSHIPS. buililings and appliances for the business,—tank, of-fice, and dwellings for the employfe. The works areso favorably situated with regard to drainage that nopumping is required. The number of persons em-ployed by the works is fifteen. The Charlotte Furnace Companys Coke-Worksembrace sixty ovens, located on the Fayette Countyside of Jacobs Creek, directly opposite their furnaceand rolling-mill at Scottdale
RM2AXERHR–Breeder and sportsman . ew York, $108.50; Washington. $107.50 Boston, $110.50; Xew Orleans, $67.50 Chicago, $72.50. Many more rates on application. Choiceof routes, stopovers and long time limits. Ask about our personally conducted excursionparties leaving for New Orleans. Chicago, St.Louis, Cincinnati and Washington, D. C. High-Class Equipment, Oil Burning Locomo-tives, Dining, Observation, andSleeping Car Service, SOUTHERN PACIFIC San Francisco Kennel Club TWELFTH ANNUAL DOG SHOW DREAMLAND RINK May 12, 13, 14, 15. Office will be open and Prize Lists Readyon April 12th. ENTRIES CLOSE SATOROAY
RM2AFMR5H–. Old Copp's Hill and Burial Ground : with historical sketches. to death. On Unity Street still stands the brick mansion-house be-queathed by Doctor Franklin to his dear sister, Jane Mecom,and by her, in crust, to Rev. John Lathrop, D. D. and BenjaminSummers, for her daughter, Jane Collis, to her grandson, JosiahFlagg, and great-grandchildren Franklin and Sarah Green. In Korth Square stands the Bethel Church, where FatherEdward T. Taylor so long and eloquently preached the Gospelto the seafaring class. His residence, on the corner of NewPrince Street and North Square, was erected oa the Frankl
RM2AGAT9H–. Breeder and sportsman. ar in selecting their cows. One says:When possible I find animals that areable to make a record of 20 pounds ofbutter, or more, in seven days. They The best perch is flat. Sell your surplus cockerels. Dry feed is best for little chicks. Norrow perches cause deformed birds. Give salt to the poultry, but put it inthe mash. See that the chickens have daily somekind of green food. It is the pullets that do the fall andearly winter laying. After a rain is the time to scatter limearound the poultry-yards. Third Payment $5.00EACH DUE AND MUST BE PAID BY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1
RM2AFWCHG–. Illustrated lives and adventures of Frank and Jesse James, and the Younger Brothers : the noted Western outlaws. ond ColoradoCavalry, to capture all the irregular Confederatesfound in the State of Missouri. Frank had reachedthe Independence and Harrisonville road at a pointabout midway between the two towns. As he passedthrough the country he ascertained that a force ofinfantry and cavalry were at a house some milesaway from the road. How many there were in thisdetachment he could not learn. But he resolved toinvestigate. Taldng a neighborhood path, not muchtraveled, he road toward the Feder
RM2AJ310T–Christian Cynosure . rk aud ritua!of Masonry; the proper position of each officer iuthe Lodge room, order ot opening aud closing theLodge, dress of candidate, ceremony of initiation,the manner of giviug the signs, grips, letc, are fullyillustriated and explained. Iu short, it is A Complete and Accurate Lodge Manual. The high standing of Mr. Eonayne in the fraterni-ty, his popularity and success as a teacher and lec-turer iu the Lodge, logether with the testimony o*high Masonic authority, leaves no doubt of the accu-racy of this work. It is rapidly becoming a stan-dard work in the hands of acti
RM2AWY1AH–Breeder and sportsman . for expert testimonyand also expert service.That is the sort of ma-terial that all successfulventures try to attachto themselves, and I ammore than pleased togive it as my legal opin-ion that your remedycalled Reducine is oneof the products of theearth that are almostas necessary for thecomfort and success ofthe horse as hay andoats.I have recommended it to many of my friends, and Ihave used it myself personally on several differentcases that have been pronounced by veterinarians andpeople supposed to be learned on the subject as utterlyincurable. I am making these broa
RM2AFJB14–. King's handbook of Boston harbor. v and climate; and form a wonderfuli1] i| i j contrast to the modern palaces and huge hotels of Bar Harbor,with their fashionable com-panies and ceaseless fes-tivities. The eastward voyage onthese great steamshipsaffords a very refresh-ing change from thesummer temperature ofBoston and the inlandand southern cities, andremoves one, in two orthree hours, from thetorrid zone to the coolair of the ocean, en-riched by the intensevitality which comespulsing in from the dis-tant plains of the outer Atlantic. To leave behind the heated pavementsand walls, the mephi
RM2AGBEKH–. Breeder and sportsman. pable ofreaching the deepest seated troubles. Horses cau be worked as usual while usioe this marvelous paint. It is used with phenomenal success in Europe, and in the leading trotlog and running slables in the UnitedStates and Canada. Any person who purchases a bottle, and alter using halt of it according to explicit direc-tions and-nnds it will not do what we claim, can return tbe bottle and mooev will be refunded. Reference:—First National or Citizens National BanK, Latrobe, Pa. WE WILL WAGER 3100 that one bottle of CURINEIf used according to explicit directions will
RM2AXCFAW–Breeder and sportsman . 1909 VICTORIES t • t » •:• ? PROFESSIONAL §sl AMATEUR | a. ? .• ?•••! •. •.. • • • i, •:•:?:?• • ••*:•:••••. •o.a GENERAL • ;arac •-•:•:•-* a ran Fresno Modesto Madera >:ara?a:aa?a:?a:a-a?a?a:a-a aa- .a-;*;:*;:*:*::*:*:*:*:*;! High Average •.•. 2**. ??• •*• *•** « a a aiaca •• *-? ? • > • •:•?• ?• SMELTING & LEAD CO., San Francisco, Cal.. VOLUME LTV. No. 21. SAX FRAXCISCO. SATURDAY. MAY 22, 1909. Subscription—$3.00 Per Year. K, i/Si k,.* > fflt.
RM2AGEFKB–. Breeder and sportsman. I Your stable is not complete without OuinnS E Ointment. An infallible cnre for all ordi-- = nary horse afflictions. Follow the example set by the leading horsemen of the world and your stable shelf will always hold a bottle of IQuinns Ointment | A. L. Thomas, Snpt. Canton Farm, Joliet, DL, remarks,1 enclose yon amountfor six bottles of Qninns Ointment.After one years trial mri£t confess it does all yon claim forit. For Cnrbs, Splints, Spavins, Windpuffa or Bunches. Price $i.oo per package*Sold by all druggists,or sent by mail.= W. B. EDDY & CO., Whitehall. N. Y.. BALL
RM2AFN124–. Breeder and sportsman. OURNEWVWOrSEWINGTHESTRAPSON THE WRAPPERS TO PRE-VENT CHAFWG ANOTHER IMPROVEMENT See how the straps are sewedto the wrapper of the leg boots.All straps are sewed to a sep-arate piece of leather which issecurely stitched to the wrapper.This prevents chafing and thestraps will not pull off. Es-pecially good for boots withkersey wrappers. SELL BRAND Boots (formerly known as theGilliam) are now carried instock by the leading dealers inthe West. For free catalogueaddress THE SELL HORSE GOODS CO.CANTON, OHIO.. American Horse Breeder FUTURITY (FOURTH BENEWA1) PURSE$10,000 $1 N
RM2AJKXRH–Poems of America . LUSTRATIONS. MIDDLE STATES. Came the dun files of Krisheims home-bound cows A pleasant vale Far in the forests heart...., These lovely shores The Hudsons sleeping waters . This rock-walled sable pool . * Slowly, the deepening verdure oer the earth The moon was climbing the sky that night . O Haunted Lake, among the pine-clad mountains Perkiomen the River Wild rivulet of wood and glen .* As when the hermit waters woke Beneath the Indians bark ... Page 5 1542^ 97 V121V 1381/146 V 179/183 205 V267 V WESTERN STATES. « Land of the West 5 ^^ We cross the prairie as of old 29 v Fro
RM2AXAD45–Outlines of general history . nl^^^;-5^^4^ s:h as. 18 Outlines of General History. iM9m
RM2AN61W8–Breeder and sportsman . horse. Mainbrino Patchenby Mamhrino Chief, dam by Gano, by AmericanEclipse, g. A. by Sir William, a grandson of Sir Arcby.Mamhrino Chief by Mamhrino Paymaster, by Main-brino, by imported Messenger.Brood mares : LADY LIGHTFOOT, by Pauls Abdallah, dam by Lightiuug, g. d. by Bel-mont. Abdallah by Rysdyks Hambletoman, damKitty Darling by Bay Roman, g. d, by son of Mainbri-no, by imported Messenger. HAMBLETONIA. ?Sorrel mare, nin<i years old. By Whipples Hambleto-nian. Dam the Ralston mare, thoroughbred. Colts :W.-^riling, by GRAND MOOR, from LADY LIGHT-FOOT. Filly two ve
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RM2AFR5PT–. Atlas der Alpenflora. Oxyria digyna (L.) Campd. — Zweinarbiger Säuerling. Schweiz bis Steiermark, trockene Stellen, iqoo—25oo M., Juni—August. 423. se Polygonum viviparum L. — Knospentreibender Knöterich. Alpenkette, Wiesen, 1600—2100 M. Juni—August. 424.
RM2AN5TYY–Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal . pressed and he was unable to pro- 226 Original Communications. duce a tone above a whisper. The general appearance of thepatient was that of a person in the later stages of phthisis ;he was very much emaciated, with his bodily powers greatly im-paired—the slightest exertion producing great distress and fa-tigue. He stated, that seven years previously he had noticed an alter-ation in the tone of his voice, and since that time a graduallyincreasing hoarseness or huskiness until the tone had entirely dis-appeared. It was only about the beginning of the y
RM2AGE682–. Breeder and sportsman. BUSINESS COLLEGE24 Post Street, San Francisco, Cal. The oldest, the largest, the most popular com-mercial school on the Pacific Coast. 20,000 gradu-ates; 30 teachers: 70 typewriters; over 300 studentsannually placed in positions. Send (or catalogue. HEALD. President. RPI-N 13 A I I ? Q A M r 1253 Folaom St., San Francisco ED BALL DnAINU. Ask your grocers or dealers for it. Positively Cures Colic, Scouring and Indigestion. C. P. KESTELL, Manager. £0C0ANUT OIL CAKE THE BEST FEED FOR STOCK, CHICKENS AND PIQS FOB SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT BY EL DORADO LINSEED OIL WORKS CO 208
RM2AG4K94–. Report of the State Entomologist on injurious and other insects of the state of New York. ?R # M wKi.iS: y . m ^ u
RM2AX0JYC–Breeder and sportsman . VOLUME LV. No. 16. SAN FRANCISCO. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1909. Subscription—$3.00 Per Year.. THE BREEDER AND SPORTSMAN [Saturday, October 16, 1909. Every Horse Should Be Clipped in Season It is the wise thing to do for the clipped horse not only is easier to clean and looks better, but clipping does much to make himimmune from coughs, colds and the usual ills that come to a horse from standing in a coat of long, wet hair after any hard exertion. The prespiration evaporates quickly from the clipped animal and leaves him dry. On cold days a blanket when he stands keeps him
RM2AG60TT–. History of Randolph County, Indiana with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers : to which are appended maps of its several townships. Frances Wallace -wf^S)^*. Res of Mrs Frances Wallace, Stony Creek Tp Randolph Co Ind itmi ^
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RM2AN3R61–On the Development of the Skull in Lepidosteus osseus .
RM2AKNF30–Breeder and sportsman . es, Butte Co. barred. 2 RUNNING—Three-year-olds, mile dash; purse.$100. First horse, $«0; second, fill; third, $10, Free forall District horses. RUNNING—Mile heats,2 In 3; nurse, $200. Firsthorse. $120; second, $ft0; third, $20. Free for all. RUNNING—One quart r mile andr peat; purse,$75. First horso, $6u; sccoial, #25. Free for all.SECOND DAY.6 TROTTING—CUss 2:30. 3 In 5; puise. $250. Firsthorse. $160; second, $76; third, $25. Free for nil. II. RUNNING—Two-year-olds, three-quarter miledash; purse, $75. First horse, $50; secoud, $2>. Freefor District horses. 7. RUNNI
RM2AWN706–History of Union and Middlesex Counties, New Jersey with Biographical Sketches of many of their Prominent Men . to a seven-column paper May 9,1867, enlarged it again by increasing the length May4, 1868, and enlarged to eight columns May 6, 1875. Lewis S. Hyer was born March 1, 1839, at Free-hold, Monmouth Co., N. J. His father was Aaron P.Hyer, and his mothers maiden name was GertrudeCottrell, both natives of the southern portion of Mon-mouth County (now Ocean County U During the war of 1812 his father was emidoyed incoasting, and frequently conveyed kegs of specie todifferent points li-om Phi
RM2AFTPP2–. Illustrated lives and adventures of Frank and Jesse James, and the Younger Brothers : the noted Western outlaws. Bob Younger. 460 THE YOUNGER FAMILY. 461 continental fame. A life sentence in the Minne-sota state prison at Stillwater, came to the three sur-viving brothers, as the penalty of failure and over-mastering fate in the attempt upon the Northfieldhank. In the seclusion of those prison walls,Coleman, James and Eobert Younger, have ampleleisure to reflect upon the events of their stormycareer ; with the lights now before them, their lives,if they were to be lived over again, would doub
RM2AJHMHK–The voyage of the Vega round Asia and Europe; with a historical review of previous journeys along the north coast of the Old World . out trace of a nest, and on tufts completely surrounded bythe spring floods we met with the eggs of the loom, the long-tailed duck, the eider and the goose. Already during our stay,the water ran away so rapidly, that places, which one day wei-ecovered with a watery mirror, over which a boat of light draughtcould be rowed forward, were changed the next day to wetmarshy ground, covered with yellow grass-straws from the pre-ceding year. At many places the grassy swa
RM2AFN4BW–. Breeder and sportsman. Hunter Arms Co., - - Fulton, N. Y.PHIL. B. BEKEART, CO., Inc. Temporary Office: No. 1346 Park St., ALAMEDA, Cal.(Pacific Coast Branch 1A. J. Reach Co., Ithaca Gun Co., Smith & Wesson. E. C. Cook & Bro-?Iarlm Fire Arms Co., Markham Air Rifle Co., Daisy Mfg. Co., Ideal Mfe Co ridgeport Gun Implement Co., Iyer Johnsons Arms & Cycle Works, Ham- THE OLD RELIABLE PARKER GUN in the hands of J. E. Cantelon. At Hamilton, Ont., Jan. 16, 1907, J. E. Cantelon of Clin-ton, Ont., again demonstrated the reliability of the ParkerGun by winning with a straight score from the 30-yardmar
RM2AWDHR3–Breeder and sportsman . contestants to contest, whether it is such contest-ants turn to compete or not. Shooting out of turndoes not affect the competitive standing of any con-testant Saturday, March 12, 1910.] THE BREEDER AND SPORTSMAN Rule 16.—Traps.—Section 1. In all competitionthere shall be used five ground traps, placed fiveyards apart, in the circumference of a circle whoseradii are thirty yards; the center of said circle is thecenter of the thirty yards firing point. A straightline drawn through this center and the center of theboundary circle, should pass through the center ofall the
RM2ANGARB–New York by sunlight and gaslight : a work descriptive of the great American metropolis ; its high and low life; its splendors and miseries; its virtu . and their customers consistalmost entirely of ladies. They are fitted up elegantly,and contain the finest and most varied stocks of goodsto be found anywhere in the world. In almost allthese establishments the prices are written in plainfigures on the articles, and the clerks are not allowedto deviate from them. Elevators connect the variousfloors, and convey purchasers from story to story, thussaving them the fatigue of climbing the stairs. E
RM2ANJ700–Papers, 1882-1901 (bulk 1883-1899) . -2--73^xy<r^- :^ f- m UJ IX OQ X u O-J ca Cl. c/5 S ^ ^^ WEEKLY STEAMERS BETWEEN BALTIMORE AND JAMAICA WITH PASSENGER ^^«M60ATI0NS. Cable Address BUCKMAN C.C.BUCKMAN, BALTIMORE, M D.BOSTON FRUIT CO. BOSTON AND JAMAICA.. anclotl^erTroP^*ffrui%. 205and 207 Bowiys Wharf^JdJxtimWXe/, January 6th, 1894. A Mr, L. D. Baker, Jr., Port Morant, Jamaica. Dear Sir:- I am in receipt of your favor of the 28th, ult., alsothe chair which you have so kindly sent me, for which please ac-cept my sincere thanks. It is hi^xhly appreciated, and will notonly prove of good serv
RM2AN8FPD–The history and traditions of the Land of the Lindsays in Angus and Mearns; with notices of Alyth and Meigle; . reach of trust.3 It is most probable, however, fromthe Kings well-known double-dealing in these matters, that theEarl had not only acted writh the connivance, but perhaps atthe instigation, of his master: for, though opposed to Arch-bishop Laud, he was a strong Episcopalian in the time of King 1 The original Registrum de Panmure is a MS. belonging to the family of Panmure,and written by the Hon. Harry Maule of Kelly, who died in June 1734. It wasprinted for private distribution, in t
RM2AWTHWJ–Breeder and sportsman . st, 2:31. and on August 7th herowner and some of his friends came to see her workand I drove her a mile in 2:27. There were dozensof horseemn had their watches on her and somecaught it as fast as 2:26%. As I had bred her dam and own her sire, of courseI was very proud of her achievement. Some con-sidered her a freak, but on her breeding I think shehad a license to pace fast. She was by Loring 45142,he by Nazote, full brother, to Azote 2:04%, her damwas Electa by Escort (said to be by a son of Stein-way) and her grandam was Ruth by Steinway. Mr. Samson also lost on the 2
RM2AXD34B–Breeder and sportsman . ELECTRIC CO. -:- ? 330 Sutter St., San Francisco. Montana Horse RanchFOR SALE. CONSISTING OP ABOUT 2,000 GELDINGS,Maren and Colts, 500 acres patented land control),tug the water e mi ply for many thousand acreB ofpuBtiirjiKf, at; vera I thniiHaint atiren fenced and fencingmaterial on the ground for Bome 15 miles more. eooaDarns, corrals and comfortable house. Hay. Grain andmippln-K for one year; Farming utensils. Wagons,iiarn.-sH.a few iowb and everything necessary or re-requlredtocaxryon the business of horse or cattleraisins nn a large Bcale. Willgtve time on part of