RMMD24EE–Photoengraving of construction of New York City's first subway line, along Elm Street and Lafayette Place, 1901. Courtesy Internet Archive. Note: Image has been digitally colorized using a modern process. Colors may not be period-accurate. ()
RM2ANJAK3–Langley's San Francisco directory for the year commencing .. . bet. Third and Fourth,LL KINDS OF WOOD TURNING Constantly on hand and made to order, Stair Rails, Posts, Balusters, etc. THE DR. BLY ARTIFICIAL LIMBS V I ^f^^UFACTt•^^ED BY i » ^. MENZO SPRING,! eif jfe>K , No. 9 Geary Street, ^ ^Jj^ wS^t ^^Con)m!s..|one<l to fiirni..h Limbs on Government Orders to «)fllcer or^^^^^^^B^K*^ **^ ?» t pnlisted or hire<l man who has Inst a Mmti in the mirtjirvnr havaI .* ? M^^^^^^^F Comm!s..|one<l to fiirni..h Limbs on Government Orders to «)fllcer orV enlihted or hlre<l man who has l
RMMD249K–Etching of three Cape Verdean men standing on a wharf, New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1880. Courtesy Internet Archive. Note: Image has been digitally colorized using a modern process. Colors may not be period-accurate. ()
RM2AFN569–. The authorized pictorial lives of Stephen Grover Cleveland and Thomas Andrews Hendricks. i^^^^ 384 LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES 3F FRANKLIN PIERCE. In the campaign of 1852, Franklin Pierce, of New Hamp-shire, was the Democratic candidate. Ho was born in New-Hampshire, November 23, 1804, and was a comparativelyunknown man, being another of the * dark horses of theDemocracy. By profession he was a lawyer, and had repre-sented his State in the National Senate. In the Mexican warhe held the position of a general, but made no record forgalhmtry or generalship. His opponent was General Win-field Scott
RM2ANBW3F–España, sus monumentos y artes, su naturaleza e historia . meridional del precitado cerro.Hollaban nuestros pies las deformadas graderías de insigne mo-numento, coronadas de silvestres hierbas y labradas á pico en laroca, las cuales iban poco á poco ensanchándose en semicircularmovimiento hasta la parte baja, sitio en el cual, determinando eldiámetro, se levantaban carcomidos, de contornos redondeadosy sin forma, labrados de aquel mortero que en vano han queridoimitar los constructores de otras edades, pero erguidos y fuer-tes todavía, desafiando con arrogancia el tiempo, denegridosmuros sobre
RM2AXH765–The surgeon's handbook on the treatment of wounded in war : a prize essay . Double-headed roller. Sagittal bandage. Knotted bandage. Fig. 90. c. The knotted bandage (fascia nodosa) (fig. 89) is a double-headedroller, whose turns are crossed at right angles upon the wound, andtightly drawn, as in tying up a parcel (Paekknoten). It is especiallysuitable for haemorrhage, where considerable pressure is required. Forthe same purpose, a tightly stretched cravat or a piece of india-rubberbandage may be used. d. The halter bandage (capistrum) (fig. 90).The first turn begins on the top of the head,cros
RM2ANCW5H–Bruxelles à travers les âges . s daer en boven. Dit syn al gelycken Die tôt Godts eeren dit gelas hebben gegeven In t jaer duysent dry hondert tachentigh seven, Verwachtende hier naer het eeuwigh leven. S. Michiel ende S. Goedele hebben zy doen stellen, Ter eeren Godts, spyt den duyvel der hellen. Traduction. Les sept lignages privilégiés de BruxellesExaltés en lustre et splendeurOnt ensemble consacré ce vitrail Sur lequel Sleeuws le premier en noblesse fut représenté,Kodenbeek le second dans cette noble troupe,Le troisième TSerroelofs bien connu,Le quatrième Coudenberch, très pieux et doux,
RM2AN0H22–A companion to the United States pharmacopia; . a demulcent in gastro-intestinal irritation. It is also a nu-trient. Starch paste, or starch mixed with water, is the best antidote incases of poisoning by iodine, but must be followed by emetics and lax-atives. Starch is also used for bandages, and finally as a conspergative forpills, suppositories, troches, etc. For other starches, see Mays, Oryza, etc. AMYLI DECOCTUM. Decoction of Stakch.Starch Paste. Triturate thirty grams (1 ounce) starch with one thousand cubic cen-timeters (34 fluidounces) water, gradually added, and then bring themixture
RM2AX0RPY–Letters of an Irish Catholic layman : being an examination of the present state of Irish affairs in relation to the Irish Church and the Holy See : showing that the Home Rule, Land and Education Movements ..are in perfect conformity with natural justice and Catholic principles . - 19 — Their agricultural pursuits are represented by numerouspackages of seeds, beans, pumpkins and squashes, corn and corn-cobs, planting, sticks, and other implements. Their knowledge of textile weaving is shown by piecesof a loom, wild-cotton cloth of great fineness—cloth, wovenfrom the fibre of the yucca plant, an
RM2AFTH44–. Wilmington. Past, present & future, embracing historical sketches of its growth and progress from its establishment to the present time, together with outline of North Carolina history. Also a review of its manufacturing, mercantile, naval, and general business advantages, together with statistics ... To which is [!] added sketches of the principal business houses and manufacturing concerns of the metropolis of North Carolina. d directors at the present timewill be found names closely identified withthe history of Wilmington in her progressand prosperity, and the advancement anddevelopment o
RM2AN3W47–Transactions of the Leicestershire Architectural and Archaeological Society . r toCambridge; but Grsevius has never been pilloried as a thief inconsequence ; and no one in his senses would ever wish to do so.The real fact is, the Bishop delighted not only in collecting books,but of course both lent and borrowed them. Thus in the BishopsDiary, under the date April 14th, 1703, we find John ErnestGrabe borrows the first volume of the Antwerp Bibel, with theassurance that this and other valuable works shall be restored without any damage at demand; while Alexander Cunninghamwrites from The Hague,
RM2AWTE9E–An English garner; ingatherings from our history and literature . 541. Law is a Bottomless Pit. CHAPTER I. The Occasion of the Lawsuit,
RM2AJJEPY–Dreer's garden calendar : 1884 . E PLANET JR. DOUBLE WHEEL HOE, ETC. THE PLANET JR SINGLE WHEEL HOE, ETC. The Planet Jr. Single Wheel Hoe, with set of three Cultivator Teeth and Plow. Combines extreme[i2;htiiess, strength, variety of tools, and great adjustability. It has one pair of long, and one pair of short ex-changeable hoes, a set of three reversible cultivator teeth and a steel garden plow. All the blades are tempered andpolished steel. This tool is pronounced by practical men as without equal in ease of operation, quality of work,an 1 variety of adjustment. $6.00. The Fire-Fly Single W
RM2AXH164–Troja : results of the latest researches and discoveries on the site of Homer's Troy, and in the heroic Tumuli and other sites made in the year 1882, and a narrative of a journey in the Troad in 1881 . erhaps four thousandyears to frost and heat, rain and sunshine, it could stilllook quite fresh; but it bewilders the mind still more tothink how the chalk, with which the ornamentation wasfilled in, could have withstood for long ages the incle-mencies of the seasons. I also picked up there manyfeet of terra-cotta tripods; saddle-querns of trachyte (likeNos. 74, 75, p. 234, and No. 678, p. 447, i
RM2AM7PRT–A companion to the United States pharmacopia; . eVerona orris root, which is somewhatyellowish. Finger orris root consists of picked,slender, nearly straight pieces, smoothlytrimmed, and usually whitened withchalk, magnesia, or starch. It is intendedfor the use of teething infants only. Tests- — Orris root is frequentlyfound to be worm-eaten. Only soundpieces of good odor and light color shouldbe used. Constituents.— Volatile oil (Oleumiridis) a very small quantity. Also anacrid resin, besides starch, mucilage, etc.Medicinal Uses.—Florentine orrisroot is seldom employed internally. Itis said t
RM2AG63TT–. Selected monographs, comprising Albuminuria in health and disease. o j^liysicalconditions which oppose the descent of the kidneys, especiallythe adsijiratory force of tlie diapJiragm and the intra-ahdominalpressure produced by the normal act of straining. If one ofthese factors is eliminated in experiments on the dead subjectas may be done by opening the abdominal cavity or removingthe diaphragm, the kidney is seen almost invariably to sinkslightly by virtue of its weight. In spite of this, the anato-mical fastenings are so strong, that Sappey found as a resultof 24 experiments in which the
RM2AFNNDM–. The authorized pictorial lives of Stephen Grover Cleveland and Thomas Andrews Hendricks. reystone—Too late—Hoping against hope—A fateful telegram—New Yorks sec-ond reformer—The Republican challenge—What its nomina-tions mean—Deeds versus words—Political bandits—Demo-cratic nominations—What they mean—Actual and practicalreform, --- « 150-154 CHAPTER XX.—Nomination op Cleveland.—Mustering ofthe clans—A grand gathering—Speeding the happy news-How it was received by Governor Cleveland—Hard at work—Surrounded by friends—A dissappointed crowd—A slightchange—Keeping late hours—Not at all excited—
RM2AWTHP0–Mouldings, mirrors, pictures and frames. . Xo. 24. Cabinet size. Ebony en-graved in White, Gilt Mat,Satin Cord around the open-ing. PRICE.Perdoz |3 40. xo. 330. Cabinet size, Ebony en-graved, Gilt and Paper Mat,with Satin inlets. PRICE. Per doz. .$3 75
RM2AFX8AT–. A family flight around home. e arrows of theIndians made no such wholesale destruction of animals as ourmodern weapons. What fun to have been here then! cried Hubert; justfancy an Indian all war-paint, behind that tree, for instance! Brrrr! said Tom, shivering, Im glad he is not, though! Time and absence from the early Indian have softened somuch the general impression of his character, novels and legendshave invested it with so much romance, that he has becomean ideal sort of creature of romantic and attractive qualities.We are no longer in danger of being tomahawked in New Eng-land. An Ind
RM2AM83AF–History of Norfolk County, Massachusetts, with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men . than he really did. His connection with his parish continued till Oct.29, 1860,—forty-two years from the time of hissettlement,—when his resignation, offered a littlewhile before, took effect. After his retirement hestill retained a lively interest in the affairs of theparish, taking part in the instruction of the Sunday-school, and holding himself ready to aid his successorand his people whenever his assistance was desired. He married, in 1825, Frances Fidelia Ward,daughter of Arte
RM2AFTTGF–. A family flight around home. meadow inter-vale, where the Connecticut made a bend, among tall Americanelms ; the hay had just been cut there, and was now to be broughthome to Farmer Martins great barns. The plan was to take theirbath under the elms, in a spot with a pebbly bottom, and per-haps loaf round through the afternoon, and come home on topof the hay. Tom was a fairly good swimmer, and Hubert an excellent one.At Gibraltar he had been taught many an aquatic feat by an oldsoldier in garrison there. The twins were helpless, as yet, in THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. 213 deep water. It w
RM2AN7H10–Portrait and biographical album of Huron county . ?^2j€^ v^^^ntl ^ C h>r^ 3tf€^^ 4^^f^ % HURON COUNTY.
RM2AM76M4–Picturesque Washington: pen and pencil sketches of its scenery, history, traditions, public and social life, with graphic descriptions of the Capitol and Congress, the White House, and the government departments .. . and statues. The lower story of the building is entirely devoted to the exhibi-tion of sculpture, bronzes, and ceramic ware. In spacious halls aremagnificent collections of casts of antique marbles, representing thebest works of the great Greek sculptors. There are also many orig-inal examples of modern sculpture, including a number of celebratedworks. The collections of bronzes a
RM2AN5HNJ–América pintoresca; descripcion de viajes al nuevo continente por los mas modernos exploradores .
RM2AJK2DE–Dreer's garden calendar : 1884 . above sorts 5 10 40 New Zealand. This variety endures the heat and drought of summer, and is the best for that purpose, producing a large quantity of leaves throughout the season 5 15 i 00 SQUASH. KUchenkurbis, Ger. Courge, Fr. Calabasa Tontanera 6 Cidracayote, Span Squashes are of luxurious and rapid growth, but very tender ; they will not stand any frost or cold nights, andshould be planted in a warm, light, rich soil, after the weather has become settled and warm, about the middle ofMay or June. Plant in light well-manured hills in the same manner as Cucumbe
RM2AXATX3–A treatise on physiology and hygiene for educational institutions and general readers .. . of Breslau, published theresults of the examination of the eyes of 10,060 scholars. His examinationscovered the entire range of school-life. He found that 1,750 of the 10,060children had defective vision—about seventeen per cent. He also examined,without selection, 410 of the 964 students of the Breslau University, and foundthat not one-third had normal eyes.—Dr. C. R. Agnew. 82. What is stated in connection with the opera-glass ? Experiment with pencil and dis-tant object? 83. Function of accommodation?
RM2AFWTBY–. History of Plymouth County, Massachusetts : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men. benevolence.During the latter years of his life he was muchafflicted with rheumatic troubles, which often con-fiued him to his bed for weeks aud mouths at a timea sreat sufferer, but bearing his affliction with forti-tude and courage. His death occurred Feb. 21, 1S84,thus removing one of Plymouths most honored andesteemed citizens. TIMOTIIY GORDON, SI.D.Among the prisoners iu the camp at Tuthill Fields,in London, taken in the wars between England audScotland in 1650, was a young
RM2AG99W4–. Price list and barbers' purchasing guide of barbers' chairs, furniture, and barbers' supplies ... Xo. 3. Xo. 52. Xo. 1. EACH. 60c. 3. French Bristles, lar^e 2. Enameled Handle, French Bristles 50c 1. Plush Covered Back, Horse Hair 40c TOOTH BRUSHES. Illikiilillf Per dozen, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 WHISKS. FACE BRUSH-( Very Soft.). PUFFS. ^jv^r Each, 25c., 40c. and 50c.Nail or Hand Scrub Brushes
RM2AM0E7B–The sea-fisherman: comprising the chief methods of hook and line fishing in the British and other seas, and remarks on nets, boats, and boatingProfusely illustrated with woodcuts on leads, baited hooks, nets and boats, etc., and detailed descriptions of the same . a second may be placed 18 inches above the first, whichshould be attached a foot only above the lead. Nos. 4 and5, fig. 62, for ground-fishing with Squid or Cuttle bait; withsmaller hooks, No. 8, fig. 63, p. 2ri you may bait with a Sand-Eel and use half a dozen hooks, but the Squid and Cuttle are 142 THE BULTER, TROT, OR SPILLER. mos
RM2AFWW5X–. History of Plymouth County, Massachusetts : with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men. ts, and at the westerly end of LeydenStreet, which then extended to the top of Burial Hill.The words, northerly to the rivulet and southwardsto the laud, refer to the first brook, or Shaws Brook,at the north, and Market Street, which then led intothe Nemasket path, the Indian trail to Middleboro.The houses in the first settlement were necessarilyrude, built of planks without frames, covered withthatch ou the roof, and lighted by paper wiudowscovered with oil. Edward Winslow, in a
RM2AM5A89–History of Norfolk County, Massachusetts, with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men .
RM2AWW4J8–Sorghum; its culture and manufacture economically considered as a source of sugar, syrup . at presentgiven, the result would be found very satisfactory. Marking the land may be done after the rolling, ith an implementconsisting of a plank resting upon three or four short runners at least3 inches wide, so as to give a good track fixed at the proper distances ;and great care should be exercised to have the rows as straight as j>os-sible, for the convenience of after cultivation. The planting may be done by hand, or with the planter. The onehorse Keystone Planter is reported by Pro fess(UHen
RM2ANHB5D–Langley's San Francisco directory for the year commencing .. . Bra7Br:*..2»eu PAPER HANGINGS-^ I1 J. A P. COATS SPOOL COTTON. Best for hand and Machine Sewing. GRA i-3:>.s GRO ^:Z H . cci-; derr S Br-a.^: A Ie »d;Drrz /i E-! E :H ^- E ..- - £1. - L.- ; L. L Ml- 3f COLEMAN WM. T. dc. ,*« «i.«; E-ant.f.Tt. iB:,SBarC>r 2r- ??- mniMa^KWe«rl>c- ra, SW cor XottJi P«n :USVenrSH Jooe A-^ 1 ?anor - Itsjiafx- a.ir.-4ir iJr M-.a:-
RM2AM7JEA–History of Norfolk County, Massachusetts, with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men .
RM2AG2N0W–. Pacific states and territories. ef town and business center in therich valley of the same name. The countyb mainly devoted to farming and stock-raising. In the amount of wool product itranks third in the territory. The following towns, each having between i,ooo and 2,500inhabitants in 1880, are worthy of mention: — Hyrum, Richmond, Smithfield, and ^VeIls- Grantsville and Tooele — in Tooele County, the ville — thriving towns in Cache County: Litter the county scat; Kaysville — a shipping point and trading center American Fork, Lehi, Pleasant Grove, and in Davis County;Nephi — county seat of
RM2AM5P1C–A companion to the United States pharmacopia; . the empty cell-wall, which is with-out life as we shall presently learn. This conventional use of the termcell is perfectly permissible, but we must bear the distinction in mind. The cell-wall is formed from the protoplasm, and is not living or tak-ing part in the functions of life except in the sense that a hair on thehead or the protruding end of a finger-nail is alive. It is called formedmaterial, and, once formed, usually remains long after all life or activityhas ceased in the part. The size of vegetable cells is extremely variable, for whil
RM2AM8CCW–Picturesque Washington: pen and pencil sketches of its scenery, history, traditions, public and social life, with graphic descriptions of the Capitol and Congress, the White House, and the government departments .. . of a volcano, with the crust heaving under their feet. MissLane made the White House more nearly like a Republican courtthan it had been since the ancient regime — the days of powderedwigs, embroidered satins, and aristocratic foppery. The Presi-dent was very ceremonious, and largely retained the form and colorof his life among the English nobility while Minister to England.He exa
RM2AM80G8–Our homes and their adornments; . Pillow in Janina Stitch.. Applique appropriate. These 1am-1 )iv(juins can be found atthe stores ready made,with nothing to do butfasten them to the cor-nice, which should bemade to stand out soas to hold the lambre-quin clear of the curtains. The variety ofdesigns is almost infin-ite, those with fernleaves being preferred. mJiMM.:^mM.M -i^WW. (iBI^AMIGS AND €T6HING. PAINTING VASES AND PLAQUES IN OIL COLORS WITHOUTFIRING—FULL DIRECTIONS FOR THE WORK.—HOW TOSECURE GOOD EFFECTS IN COLORING.—ETCHING WITHINK, A NEW AND USEFUL ART.—BEAUTIFUL WORK FORSKILLFUL HANDS.
RM2AN3TTX–América pintoresca; descripcion de viajes al nuevo continente por los mas modernos exploradores . ués humean-tes, constituye el salón de baile. Las damas están sentadas en una hilera de bancos y enilgunas sillas con asiento de vaqueta, mientras que los hombres, de pié en medio del salón,descalzos, con pantalones blancos, la camisa fuera de ellos y un pañuelo de color al cuello, SSO AMÉRICA PINTORESCA meditan sus invitaciones ó hablan de sus conquistas. Hay mucha gente, todo el vecindarioestá allí reunido, por lo menos los indios y los mestizos, pero pocas ladinas, es decir pocas muje-res blanc
RM2AM8DGT–América pintoresca; descripcion de viajes al nuevo continente por los mas modernos exploradores . adero espectáculo nacional, el sport por excelencia, es la riña de gallos. Sonde ver en la plaza de Santa Catalina los grupos é individuos que se entusiasman por estejuego feroz; con los ojos inyectados, esas gentes pacíficas de ordinario, se agrupan alrededorde la arena y tiran en extrañas apuestas el dinero y el sentido común. Las peripecias de esospequeños dramas, son enteramente iguales á las que llevo explicadas en I bague y en el Quin-dio, y con las cuales no podré reconciliarme jamás. 840 A
RM2AN1C4W–History of Kossuth, Hancock, and Winnebago Counties, Iowa; . *.
RM2AJ20J0–Directory of the inhabitants, institutions, manufacturing establishments, business, societies, etc., etc., in the towns of Waltham and Watertown . Sold by GEORGE WOOLLEY, 363 Main Street, Waltham. W. -k GHEENOUGH & CO., COMPILERS, PRINTERS and PUBLISHERS, BOWDOI1T BUILZDZOSTG-,31 Milk Street, Boston, Mass.. PRICE, $1.50. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1884, by W. A. Gre enough & Co.. in the Orlice of the Librarian of Congress at Washington.
RM2AXGCDK–The surgeon's handbook on the treatment of wounded in war : a prize essay . POTTS lateral position. e. For injuries and excision of the knee joint, either a. the plaster of Paris bandage, interrupted with wooden laths (fig. 192), or Fig. 192.. Plaster of Paris bandage interrupted with wooden laths. % (3. if the knee ought to remain exposed to a greater extent, as inthe employment of Listers dressing, the same splint, interrupted withportions of iron hoop, can be applied (fig. 193). Fig. 193.
RM2AM6FFJ–The history of Burke and Hare and of the resurrectionist times : a fragment from the criminal annals of Scotland . ng. By Alex. G. Murdoch. With Portraits, Post 8vo. Price 6s. A Popular Sketch of the History of Glasgow: fromthe Earliest Period to the Present Time. By Andrew Wallace. Crown 8vo. Price 3s. 6d The Bards of the Bible. By George Gilfillan. Post 8vo. Eighth Edition. Price 12s. 6d. Tales of the Covenanters. By E. J. Guthrie. Crown 8vo. Price 3s. 6d. Martyr land: a Historical Tale of the Covenanters. By the Rev. Robert Simpson, D.D. Crown 8vo. Price 3s. 6d. Scottish Proverbs. By Andrew
RM2AKHK0B–The ABC of bee culture: a cyclopaedia of every thing pertaining to the care of the honey-bee; bees, honey, hives, implements, honey-plants, etc., facts gleaned from the experience of thousands of bee keepers all over our land, and afterward verified by practical work in our own apiary . is worth here, at present, $18.00 per M. Aft-er the lumber is seasoned it is ready to beplaned so that the sides of the sectionsshall work full 1^ inclies. As the tops andbottoms are i^j, less in width than the sides,they may easily be made from ordinary 2-in.stuff. The planer mentioned below is aboutright for
RM2AN3JKN–Transactions of the Leicestershire Architectural and Archaeological Society . INCKLEY. When we come to think of England in the time of the Romansand Saxons, it was not only sparsely populated, but native forestsspread over a considerable portion of central England, thatroads, saving the Watling Street and the Fosse Way, there werenone; tracks only existing across the open country from placeto place. The enclosures here having been made so late as1760 (I believe there are people living who remember the old land-mark stones at Sharnford), and within the last eighty years, orless, Pollards the ca
RM2ANJ2MM–Elementary history of the United States .
RM2AWTDXX–An English garner; ingatherings from our history and literature . Law is a Bottomless Pit. CHAPTER I. The Occasion of the Lawsuit,. Need not tell you the great quarrels thathave happened in our neighbourhood, since thedeath of the late Lord Strutt [the late King ofSpain, Charles 11., who died in 1700J, how theParson [Cardinal Portocarrero] and a cun-ning Attorney got him to settle his estate upon hiscousin Philip Baboon [the Duke of ANyou,afterwards PHILIP V.], to the great disappoint-ment of his cousin, Esquire South [the Archduke Charles],Some stick not to say, that the Parson and the Attorn
RM2AJC51E–Counties of Clay and Owen, Indiana : Historical and biographical ... . CESSORS OF J. F. L4WSON & CO., DEALERS I ISr lim^ m i *S.3FamE¥ ;qHTIOl£E^, PEI^FaME^Y, 30^P^, 3CP80D B0@K3,^f^BIr^J[K B00K^, M^ n MDD IrlJME 0F ^5f^5FI0NE^¥3iw- Come One! Come All! to the North Side of the Square, SPENCER, IND. PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. JAMES H. DILLON, . Pr-oprietoi- a,ncl IManag-er of a FIRST CLASS /^^ LIVERY& Peed Stable, Bowling Green, CLAY CO., IND. JOHN H. COATS, FIRST CLASS LivERY^i Feed Stable, LANCASTER, IND. Groocl Teams—Groocl X<^eed.—Lo^w^ I?.a,tes- S5^S. I ^ ^ ri^ ryM
RM2AKAMT8–The Victorian naturalist . s of thisperiod, and if he did acquire anyknowledge of the natives he did notrecord it beyond stating that he knewsomewhat of their language. He didnot thus make mention of what Isuspect was the reason for the im-portance of the Gnareeb-Gnareeb. Aswell as fine lands well provided withwater and edible roots and game ofall kinds, there was, in their territory,a rare commodity. Outcrops of diorite,with which to make stone axes, andoutcrops of sandstone, upon which togrind them to a fine edge. Outcrops of diorite occur elsewherein Victoria, at Gellibrand, in theOtway For
RM2AN965M–Portrait and biographical album of Huron county .
RM2AKYWWT–The sea-fisherman: comprising the chief methods of hook and line fishing in the British and other seas, and remarks on nets, boats, and boatingProfusely illustrated with woodcuts on leads, baited hooks, nets and boats, etc., and detailed descriptions of the same . Fig. 88.—Section at 5. Fig. 89.—Body Plan.
RM2AN25GX–New Castle, historic and picturesque . - foreboding some calamity to the. beholder thereof; and the third reason is mysterious, but verycurious: also having a real sympathy Mith the great thoughtsof heart in our brothers and neighbors. I have somewhatanticipated a portion of the town annals, in order to picture thecondition and temper of this community when the stone-throw-ing devil entered upon the scene to intensify the excitementalready existing. Xew Castle Avas the focus of Avhatever happened in the Prov-ince at that time, for here lived the Governor and his officials;here were held the co
RM2AM7C52–Picturesque Washington: pen and pencil sketches of its scenery, history, traditions, public and social life, with graphic descriptions of the Capitol and Congress, the White House, and the government departments .. . being fifty by two hundred feet, and there are two wings, theeast one having a vestibule and porch attached, and the west one asemicircular projection. It was designed by James Renwick, Jr.,and was the first unecclesiastical edifice of this architectural orderever erected in the country. The interior is substantially constructed.The officials and employes of the institution have a
RM2AFTB5E–. King's handbook of Springfield, Massachusetts : a series of monographs, historical and descriptive. ty of scenery. There are two handsomeboxes upon each side of the stage; and the seating capacity is put at 1,200,with standing-room for 300 more. Of these seats, 175 are folding orchestra-chairs, 330 are in the parquet-circle, 305 in the dress-circle, or first gallerv,and 350 in the upper gallery. W. C. LeNoir, who has been connected withthe house almost since the start in 1857, is the treasurer and acting manager.The Skating-Rink on East-Bridge Street, between Dwight and HillmanStreets, was o
RM2AJ1PFD–Directory of the inhabitants, institutions, manufacturing establishments, business, societies, etc., etc., in the towns of Waltham and Watertown . Sorolns, 150,000. DIRECTORS. F. M. STONE, W. W. CLARK, JOSIAH BEARD, WM. FOSTER, CHAS. W. FOGG, RITFITS WARREN,H. L,. HOVEY, H. B. BEAMAN, FRANCIS BUTTRICK. BANK HOURS, 8.30 to 2.30. THE WALTHAM RECORD, THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN WALTHAM. ———.—— Contains all the Local News. —-————— JS. I*. JBefBJfl*, Proprietor. Special attention paid to every variety of Office, 244 Main Street, WALTHAM. W. L. FISHER & CO., Dealers in Imgsm, Periodicals & Fancy
RM2AFMRR7–. Southern planter: devoted to agriculture, horticulture, live stock and the household. THE PURE, EXTRA-CLEANED JOHNSON GRASS SEED WHICH YIELDS FROM Three to Six Cuttings Each Year, WITH PRODUCT OF Pour to Eight Tons per Acre, making the Best of Hay and Grazing in the World, can be had of the undersigned. Send for descriptive pamphlet to JOHNSON GRASS, HERBERT POST, (Sorghum Haiajense.) Aug—3t. Postburg, Dallas County, Alabama. PUBLIC SALE of SHORTHORN CATTLE, SOUTHDOWN andOXPORDSHIREDOWN SHEEP. I will sell at PUBLIC AUCTIONmy herd of Shorthorn Cattle and my flocks of Southdown and Oxfordshire
RM2AM7G2B–A companion to the United States pharmacopia; . don. Lycoperdon. TucJcahoe, Indian Bread, Puff Ball. Origin.—Lycoperdon solidum, Gronovius (Fungf).Habitat.—The southern portions of the United States.Description.—Large, irregularly shaped, but ordinarily more orless globular bodies of from a few ounces to several pounds in weight. UNITED STATES PHAKMACOPCEIA. 665 Externally grayish-black, rough, wrinkled ; interiorly whitish, mealy,spongy, tough, fissured. Odor faint ; taste insipid. Constituents.—Pectose, cellulose, etc. Medicinal Properties and Uses.—Said to be narcotic, but is,nevertheless,
RM2AXJ1PP–The surgeon's handbook on the treatment of wounded in war : a prize essay . Improvised Irrigator. Nozzle of decalcified ivory. 6 2. To catch the water and pus as it runs away, basins of variousshapes and sizes are used, made of tin or hardened india-rubber, theedges of which accurately fit the various parts of the body (fig. 10and 11). Pig. 10.. Kidney shaped basin, either of hardened india-rubber or tin. Fig. 11.
RM2AM5295–Jackanapes . h Jackanapes hadby nature; and that if he could be courageous and un-selfish now— He caught at his own reins and spoke very loud Jackanapes! It wont do. You and Lollo must goon. Tell the fellows I gave you back to them, with all myheart. Jackanapes, if you love me, leave me! There was a daffodil light over the evening sky in frontof them, and it shone strangely on Jackanapes hair andface. He turned with an odd look in his eyes that a vainerman than Tony Johnson might have taken for brotherlypride. Then he shook his mop, and laughed at him. Leave you ? To save my skin ? No, Tony, n
RM2AN293R–New Castle, historic and picturesque . AVe who hear them havethe same experience as children: we can hear them again andagain; and Capt. John has no reluctance, he has told them tomore than one generation; he knows their power and that he canhold his audience as well at the twentieth as at the first recital.Though nearly four-score, his memory is wonderful — memory,mother of all the muses, however humble; and imagination,the vivid touch which makes jou see what he sees, must havebeen his birthright. Ah, I often think what a writer of playsor of fiction was lost in him! Hearing him, I understan
RM2AFW942–. King's handbook of Springfield, Massachusetts : a series of monographs, historical and descriptive. g north-east of the Armory, in Ward 1 ; and the two Van Horn reservoirs, north ofthe Armorv, in the same ward, and divided, or split, by Armory Road. In KINGS HANDBOOK OF SPRINGFIELD. 117 1873 the city bought all these works, retaining them for a low-service supply,and, proceeding to construct the high-service reservoir in Cherry Valley, inthe town of Ludlow, completed it in 1875. The Fire-Department is well equipped and manned, and under thecharge of a chief-engineer, Abner P. Leshure, of abi
RM2AM6KDH–History of Norfolk County, Massachusetts, with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men . e of whom was killed (and the onlyone living within the limits of Wellesley who waskilled) in the Lexington fight, and the Smiths freelyrepresented in the Revolutionary and Rebellion con-tests ; Daniel, the first deacon of the West NeedhamChurch, represented in all places of honor and works,with a female ancestor captured and scalped by theIndians and the last with us well known as legislator,moderator, and assessor; the Flaggs, synonym fortown officer; Fiskes, old residents of the
RM2AXFANA–The Buntling ball, a Græco-American play; . declare, A more exquisite airThan our darling, our pet, and our paragon. More supple than willow or hickoryWhen trained by the bow-bearers trickery, Thy feet can explore The expanse of the floorIn a style that would startle Terpsichore. Each maiden is fondly insatiateHerself in thy heart to ingratiate, And all of our clique Could continue a weekOn thy personal charms to expatiate. 74 THE BUNTLING BALL. Chorus of Wall-flowers.Cease, O girls, your daring song,Full of adulation madFor the nimble-footed ladWhom your fulsome praises wrong.Gazing on your d
RM2AKBCRX–The Maine historical and genealogical recorder . ONTENTS OF THIS NUMBER. George B,. Emerson,Moulton Family,Eastern Claims,Bath Marriages,History of Windham,Biddeford Records,Historical Excerpta,Notes, Queries, Etc., PAGE. Watterson, 450 Moulton, 454 Moore, 469 Woodward, 478 Bodge, 486 Meseme, 492 Baxter, 501 - - 509 mm pistoriral antr ^^makgkal ^l^erorkr*, A Quarterly Magazine, the prime object of which is the publication of whatever may be securedof historical interest pertaining to our own State, and whatever of family history may be gatheredfrom different sources that interest the sons and
RM2AN5G7M–América pintoresca; descripcion de viajes al nuevo continente por los mas modernos exploradores . o va á esca-parse, detiene el hervor echando con la boca una lluvia de agua en la marmita. Por fin retira del fuego el ave que se ha de repartir entre diez y seis comensales. Estosforman círculo alrededor de la marmita, los hombres puestos en cuclillas, pero de modo quesus pies sólo tocan el suelo con la planta y las mujeres sentadas sobre las piernas que doblandebajo del cuerpo. Para terminar la comida los indios parten los huesos con una piedra parasaborear la médula, Cada cual enciende en segui
RM2AJ22XF–Directory of the inhabitants, institutions, manufacturing establishments, business, societies, etc., etc., in the towns of Waltham and Watertown . cup ocs 0-2 P*3. 3*> CD S c^ ^3 1 1 CO n G& CD ^3 C2, «^h CO COCO Arsers ree WAT EKTO W N, MA SS. ADVJCRTISKMKNTS. 7 AMERICAN WATCH TOOL CO., Manufacturers of THE WHITCOMB LATHE, XII
RM2AWDCGG–Minutes of the ..annual session of the Atlantic Baptist Association .. . Grove Mildred Waller, 425 Pole Pocosin Rd, Pollocksville NC 28573 224-6341Reeces Chapel Missionary Jennifer Hard, PO Box 249, Newport NC 28570 726-3276Sea Level Missionary Meriam Goodwin, PO Box 172, Sea Level NC 28577 225-9071Smyrna Missionary Clarice Willis, PO Box 3, Smyrna NC 28579 729-1321Spring Garden Rosalee Amerson, 175 Lima Rd, New Bern NC 28562 638-1782Tabernacle Cindi Stevens, 2306 Brices Creek Road, New Bern NC 28562-8514 635-1939Temple Katie A. Atkinson, 707 Chelsea Road, Trent Woods NC 28562-7147 637-6902Tre
RM2ANJE72–Langley's San Francisco directory for the year commencing .. . ENGRAVER. .^. Montgomery St., SAN FRANCISCO. ESTABLISHED1849. 30 SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. JOHN VILILIiTTilj^, Gold ^ Silver Plater IVo- 6*23 S;ACTtA]i:EIVTO ST., Between Montgomery and Kearny, - - SAN FRANCISCO. 9Iaiinrae(ui«>i and Ini|torler of Coach and Carriaee ]I»rd«varo. IH, etc. A goodasBortnient ol Carriag^e Lanipn and Candles conKtantiT on hand. Parlioular altenf ionpaid (o ih« rei>airine of Carriage L>ani|iH. Name Ilates made at tthort notice. A goodaitsortment of JDoor Plates and Slumbers on hand. N. B.—Orders f
RM2AJ58KG–The Victorian naturalist . f the sketches, jottings andnoises you recorded. Photography Direct photography of the eclipse isonly satisfactory if a telephoto lens isused. While any sun is visible theshortest exposure at minimum aper-ture must be used, but beware ofdamage to your camera from the in-tense heat generated on the shutter ifdirect sunhght is allowed to fall on it.When the ecHpse is total, take photo-graphs at as many different speeds andapertures as you can: short exposuresshow details close to the eclipse, longexposures show the streamers better;luck may enable you to photographsome
RM2AXJ9PA–Three cities and their industrial interests, with an historical and descriptive sketch of the national armory and arsenal, the location, manufacturing facilities, and business advantages of Davenport, Iowa, and Rock Island, Moline, and Milan, Illinois--their commerce, population, schools, churches, and present condition . security to all holding its piolicies. It oflers protection against loss by lire, light-ning, and cyclone, the last by no means an improbable disiister. The Security has a capital ofSlOO,000.00. It has received in premiums since its organization about S175,fKK).lK). It has pa