RM2AKTXTK–Le chroniche di Giovanni Sercambi, Lucchese . uali sono apresso del 15collegio in palagio. Della quale legha molto se ne mostrò il du-cha di Milano mal contento, et tucti ghibellini di Luccha & delcontado; intanto che, se con honesto modo se ne fusse potutoriuscire con honore et salvessa di comune, si sere facto. Male mpromesse facte, e.anche le ngurie ricevute da Pisa et etian- 20dio la paura dell avenire, si mantenne quello che era fermato perlo dicto Nicolao come inbasciadore di Lucca & per Firenza. CCCLXXXIIL Come morìo messer Bartolomeo Rapondi MAESTRO d AlTOPASCIO. Sempre pare che avegna
RM2AWPXWR–Lehrbuch der HygieneSystematische Darstellung der Hygiene und ihrer wichtigsten Untersuchungs-methoden .. . Regenfalle, aber doch nur in einem lockeren.die Kenntnis derselben ist aber nicht sowohl in Beziehung auf letzte-ren, als vielmehr zur Bestimmung des Grades der H e i t e r k e i t einesKlimas nöthig. Ohne in die nähere Begründung der Einwirkung einesheiteren, sonnenscheinreichen oder trüben und düsteren Tages auf unsere Aufgaben der KUmatologie. 107 Psyche näher eintreten zu wollen siehe später bei „Beleuchtung , istdie mächtige Wirkung des Tageslichtes und der anverkümmerten Sonnen-str
RM2AN5RAT–The blue-grass region of Kentucky : and other Kentucky articles . Nothing brokerudely in upon the spirit of the scene but here andthere a way-side log-cabin, with its hopeless squalor,hopeless human inmates. If imagination sought re-lief from loneliness, it found it only in conjuring fromthe dust of the road that innumerable caravan of lifefrom barbarism to civilization, from the savage to thesoldier, that has passed hither and thither, leaving thewealth of nature unravished, its solitude unbroken. In the hush of the evening and amid the silenceof eternity, I drew the rein of my tired horse on
RM2ANB0RJ–Portrait and biographical record of Ford County, Illinois : containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, together with biographies of all the governors of the state, and of the presidents of the United States . of representation in thisvolume than they. Mr. Lewis has filled variouspublic positions of trust. For eight years he hasserved as Surve^or of Ford County, and was Dep-uty for some time previous. In 1859, he waselected Justice of the Peace and has held thatoffice altogether for about a quarter of a century.He has served as Assessor, Clerk and Supervisorand t
RM2AWG83E–Man, the microcosm . ately crowns it. 30 THE MICROCOSM. Between the sentient papillary tips, Part of the duplex Corium beneath Forming a continent elastic sheath, Felted and firm and suitable to bind, Muscle andviscus to the place assigned ; Where, nine full leagues of Tubing buried lie— All convoluted opening to the sky, Transmitting formed impurities within, Through doors and windows of the porous skin, Th exuding moisture tempering inward flame, Cooling the fever of the heated frame— Fountlets and Rivulets of Oil below. Preserving softness, ever spring and flow ; Musk emanations—to the dog
RM2AJD9M0–Canadian grocer January-June 1892 . * ARE BRUSHES 1 Good Sellers,Cheap,Durable. OUK- WHISKS ARE Neatest and Best Sellers in the Market. All grades of Brooms at Reasonable Prices. WRITE FOR QUOTATIONS, THE CANADIAN GROCER 23 STEEL, HAYTER & CO., Importers of INDIAN TEAS Direct from their estates in Assam. New Seasons Teas are now arriving. PROPRIETORS OF THE WELL-KNOWN MONSOON BRAND. Samples and Quotations on application. 11 & 13 Front St. E. Toronto. Calcutta and London Firm : Octavius Steel & Co.Telephone 2354. Brunner, Mond & Co., LTD., Northwich, England. CRESCENT BRAND.
RM2ANJ695–Albrecht Dürer's Aufenthalt in Basel 1492-1494 . Der Eunuch. Act IV Scene 8. Das Gesinde des Thraso belagert unter Anführung des Koches Sanga das Haus der Thais. Chreraes undThais verhandeln vom Fenster aus mit Thraso und Gnatho. Ersterer läßt seine bewaffnete Macht wiederabziehen, nachdem er vernommen hat, daß Pamphila athenische Bürgerin sei, von Leibeigenscliaft aUo nicht mehr die Rede sein könne. -;;?.:%. Der Eunuch. Act V Scene 1. (nie Autorschaft Dürers ist im höchsten Grade zweifelhaft.)Pythias erzählt Thais von den Streichen des Chaerea.
RM2AN1WJX–Our boys in India . ?=- -^aF^^^ggg^-^^-^fc^^-^ wjr^«y RHINOCEROS FIGHT. the horn against his jaw, instead of his throat, where it coulddo no harm. That last elephant out was the Executioner, said theking to Mr. Raymond a little later, while they were eatingan elaborate lunch upon the balcony. Did you recognizehim ? I did, your highness, replied Richard ; and, with your 148 OUR BOYS IN INDIA. permission, I would like to take my friend to the stable tosee him before we go. I will go with you, replied the king; and, in a few min-utes, he rose and led the way. He walked about the greatstables, tal
RM2AFNYMJ–. Price list of the celebrated Rogers & Bro. A-1 electro silver plated spoons, forks, knives, etc.. Colonnade Asparagus Fork.—9 inches long. For Prices, see page 75.. Lorne Fish Fork.—9 inches long. For Prices, see page 76.
RM2AJK96D–Journal of morphology . mterWeise sich in die Seitenwande des Kopfes verliert. Ihrdurchmesser betragt zu der Zeit ca. o. i mm. Etwas friihersieht man in der Flachenansicht nur einen vierseitigen Flecken 1 Untersuch. te. d. Erste Anlage dei Wirhelthierslcibes. Leipzig, 1868. AYERS. [Vol. VI. von grosserem Umfang als die spatere Grube, und die Gran-zen des Pleckens verlieren sich nach alien Seiten bin in ziem-lich unbestimmter Weise. Balfours observations do not gofurther than this, so that we must rely on the adult anatomy forour conclusions as to the probable course of development ofthe integr
RM2AG2NJ0–. Swedish Holsteins in America, from 1644 to 1892. Comprising many letters and biographical matter relating to John Hughes, the 'stamp officer,' and friend of Franklin, with papers not before published relating to his brother of revolutionary fame, Colonel Hugh Hughes of New York. The families of De Haven, Rittenhouse, Clay, Potts, Blackiston, Atlee, Coates, and other descendants of Matthias Holstein of Wicaco, Philadelphia, are included ... Wills, inNorristown, Pennsylvania, 19th of April, 1892, by Rev. Dr.Atkins. Child of Dr. Isaac W. Hughes, of West Philadelphia, andAlice E. Donnel. Donnel
RM2AJJF42–The exterior of the horse . Fig. 1V5.—Chaussure exploratrice, or pneu-matic foot-bulb of Marey, for the registra-tion of the gaits by compressed air. Fig. 176—Bracelet explorateur, or pneu-matic bracelet of Marey, for the registra-tion of the gaits by compressed air. It is easy to understand that the least displacement of the latter will leave itstrace upon the paper. All pressure will produce a more or less marked deviationof the point of the needle; if there is no pressure the line traced will be straightfrom the point of its origin to its termination. The figure of the tracing of a gait (Fi
RM2AFXNG4–. Abraham Lincoln and men of war-times : some personal recollections of war and politics during the Lincoln administration ; with introduction by Dr. A.C. Lambdin. Premier of his administration, with Weedthe power behind the Premier, often stronger than thePremier himself, and yet hold Horace Greeley evenwithin the ragged edges of the party lines, and the manwho could call Simon Cameron to his Cabinet in Penn-sylvania without alienating Governor Curtin, and whocould remove Cameron from his Cabinet without alien-ating Cameron, would naturally be accepted as a man ofmuch more than ordinary- poli
RM2AJ975P–Canadian grocer January-June 1892 .
RM2AKWPTM–Le chroniche di Giovanni Sercambi, Lucchese . ieta chieza. Avuto il palagio et morto il gomfalonieri, per non cresceremale, funno facti raunare tucti li antiani che erano nascosi inpalagio, e subbito raunati et mandato per li conductieri, si dili-berò per lo dicto Lazzari et loro amici, acciò che non si pro- 2^ cedesse a molto male, che Piero Rapondi, lohanni Rapondi, Lan-dò Moriconi e li altri capi di quella brigata, se n andassero acasa de Guinigi. Et a tale imbasciata fare fu mandato Stefanodi Iacopo di Poggio, e le brigate loro si facessero dizarmare.Et cosi fu che Landò Moriconi, Piero et
RM2AM783F–Boston of to-day; a glance at its history and characteristicsWith biographical sketches and portraits of many of its professional and business men . 1 it had 469 electric cars on its lines and 1,692horse-cars; of the electric cars, 255 with a seatingcapacity one-third greater than the old short cars.With the opening of 1892, 172 more long carswere ready for the electric service. Three typesof electric cars are employed : the eight-wheel cars,designed by Louis Ptingst, the master mechanic ofthe road ; the six-wheel Robinson radial cars; andthe Pullman double-deckers.One having a fondness forfig
RM2AWTAM0–The centennial anniversary of the city of Hamilton, Ohio .
RM2AJJJPM–The exterior of the horse . , anterior or posterior, during the marchedgaits, we notice two moments when the weight of the body passesfrom one foot to the other, and vice versa. Thus (Fig. 172), when the posterior right foot is placed on theground, the left is not being lifted, as might be believed, but is really at the end of its period of con-tact; in the same way, it is onlywhen the right foot commencesits contact that its congener rises.In other words, in these gaits thecommencement of tlie contact ofone member does not wait untilthat of the other ha^ been com-• pkted ; it precedes the lat
RM2ANCH4G–Old Concord, her highways and byways; . dispute now her right to universal suprem-acy. Oh ! most fortunate they who are bornConcordians. VI. Even the oldest inhabitant, from whom onecan usually wrest some information to suit hisfancy or that can be restored till it becomes his-tory, fails one when appealed to for the origin ofthe name of The Nine Acre Corner. Then theoldest inhabitant (otherwise the very essence ofkindness and brotherly love) turns his head awayand says, I dont know. And no entreaties thathe shall go down into its hitherto forgotten past,for a scrap of ancient lore concerning
RM2AFMT8K–. The monk and the hangman's daughter. ched out her arm in supplication, andwith an expression of so ineffable tenderness uponher beautiful face that even the brutal mob felther gentle power and recoiled from before her,leaving the unconscious man upon the ground.She knelt and took her fathers head in her lap.She whispered in his ear words of love and com-fort. She stroked his gray hair and kissed his palelips until she had coaxed him into consciousnessand he had opened his eyes. Benedicta, thriceblessed Benedicta, thou surely art born to be asaint, for thou didst show a divine patience like E
RM2AJ6T58–Canadian grocer January-June 1892 . WITHROW k HILLOCK TORONTO. The accompanying cut representsour $55 Grocer Refrigerator. Butwe make any size or shape to auitthe convenience of uur Patrons, andGuarantee Satisfaction. SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOCUE. Withrow& Hillock 13CLQueen St. E. Toronto Publishedweekly-zoo per year. published T) the interest of (Jroeers, Qapi^ers, produce agd provision Dealers aijd General Storekeepers. Vol. VI. TORONTO, MAY 13, 1892. No. 20 We beg to advise readers of achange in our premises. Ouroffice and place of publicationis now at No. 10 Front St. East,next door to
RM2AGDAC4–. The story of Africa and its explorers. ich were at that time at large on theveldt—and he did not observe that she hadwhelps with her. Beginning to halloo in hisusual way, she looked up, growled savagely,and, before he had time to retreat, she sprangat him and destroyed him on the spot. At places, reputed to be sharp for lions,Alexander used to lie down with a dust-mans bell—we are speaking of the first year TO BE HAD FOB THE TAKING. 189 of Queen Victorias reign—at his head, notfor the purpose of summoning anyone todinner, but with the intention of frighteningthe hons from approaching what mi
RM2AG1BHK–. Brockhaus' Konversations-Lexikon. 11. Profil des Meeresbodens auf dem Kurs dm- ,.Tu^;«arnra durch den Stillen OAmerikanisclie Küste.. IL. liuhi des Xordatlantisehen Oceans auf der Strecke der Kabel jei Brockhaua Konversations-Lexikon. 14. Aufl. i>RSOHU]^G. 8. Profil zwischen Tiiatäo da Cunha und Madeira.Die eingezeiolineten Zalilen sind die gefundeneu Temperaturen in Celsiusgraden.
RM2AFKB2F–. The history of Ailington, Aylton, or Elton. ingSelected garlands each returning spring;Selected sweets in honour of the maid,Who underneath the mossy turf is laid. The little enclosed spaces round a few graves belonging to variousfamilies are planted with the old fragrant cabbage-rose, red and whitepinks, daisies, and such like perennials. As a rule these miniaturegardens are cared for and well kept. Yew-trees somewhat thicklyplanted will soon, if not carefully pruned, encroach upon the availableportion of the ground. One, near the south porch, which was veryornamental, has unfortunately bee
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RM2AWHHGP–Rand, McNally & co.'s handy guide to Chicago, and World's Columbian exposition ..What to see and how to see it . ed as a stock company under the laws of the Stateof Illinois. It possesses one of the finest tracks in the country,and here, in 1877, Maud S., the celebrated horse, made her record. The Hawthorne Track is situated in the town of Cicero, justbeyond the city limits, and 7^ miles from the court house. It is C&4) RACING AND ATHLETIC SPORTS. 65 reached by the Freeport branch of the lUinois Central Railroad,t^e Chicago, Burlington «&; Quincy, and the Atchison, Topeka &Santa Fe. It is only
RM2AXEA0D–Hot Springs, Arkansas; its hotels, baths, resorts and beautiful scenery .. .
RM2AM2HFX–Le chroniche di Giovanni Sercambi, Lucchese . chè favo- regiava li raspanti. Et elessero uno capitano chiamato messer Ranieri dalla Medula. E funno chacciati la nocte medezma di20 Pisa quelli della Rocha com alquanti Pisani raspanti, e pagònno molti denari. E così rimasero i Gambacorti e bergolini ma- giori & signori di Pisa et di Luccha. CXXXIII. Come fu morìa grande. Avendo Idio dimostrato per li nostri peccati segno della fa-me, chome è stato contato, e con tucto ciò li homini nonpentirsi ne perdonare le ingiurie, ma di magior male fare ordi-namento, diliberò la somma potentia di Dio, per m
RM2AGEFJN–. The story of Africa and its explorers.
RM2AJ9N9C–Canadian grocer January-June 1892 . CAIRNS HOME MADE MARMALADE. As supplied to Her Majesty, Trie Queen. Import orders for MAY shipment of thesefine goods should be placed at once. BLAIKLOCK BROS, MONTREAL. General Agents (or Canada.TORONTO AGENTS : WRIGHT & COPP, 40 Wellington St. East, Toronto THE CANADIAN GROCER 13 A Canadian Industry. i Box Barm Yeast of 2 dozen 5 cent packages, 50 Cents. 2 dozen 10 cent $1.00. The most profitable Yeast on the Market. The Barm Yeast Manufacturing Co., 35 Wellington Si East, Toronto, << «« TELEPHONE 1920.. SNIDERS THE STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE, Absolutely
RM2AXCBPN–Daily Colonist (1892-05-14) . o takeTo all Points East and South. .J la tho DIninff Car Route. It, run? .f^ahVeatlbulod trains every day latho yoar to PAUL and CHICAGO (NO CHANGK OF CAIia)Cotnpaicd of DlnlnzCari unsurp3:ied, Pulltnan Drawing Room Slseperi, or UKtt EqklpmiBl Tourist Sleeping Cars. Best that can bo constructed and inwhich acconiinodationo arn bothFree and famiohed for holders ofBirstor Second Clous Tickets, and Elegant Lay Coaelies. A continuous Ur.c connecting Vflth cilines, aiTording direct and uninterrupted aei-vioo. Pullman Slocpor ruF crv^ tloiie can bo Be-oured In advance
RM2AJFAYJ–The exterior of the horse . urposeof examining the anterior face of the teeth, it is evident that nothing abnormalcan be seen ; if, on the contrary, he opens the mouth, it may happen that he stillmay not recognize the accidental use, or that, even if recognized, it may not beattributed to cribbing, but be considered simply as a dental anomaly. This wear is manifested in this variety by a bevel converging towards theside of the lips, whose obliquity is directed in the same sense as the curve of theposterior face of the incisors, while in the preceding cases the bevel was directedin an inverse s
RM2AJHHPJ–Canadian grocer January-June 1892 . Brantford | J. S. HAMILTON & COY, and J- Brantford, Ont Pelee Islai.d J Sole Agents for Canada. Todhunter, Mitchell & Co. DIRECT IMPORTERS OP HIGH GRADE COFFEES, Old Government Java Arabian Mocha, Plantation Ceylon, Maraeaibo and Santos. Grocers draw trade by selling their FAVORITE EXCELSIOR BLEND.mXLTA.nT.JC ROA«T72JG BY PATENTED PROCESS. ; ; TORONTO, H>^ THOS. LAWRY & SON. —. PORK PACKERS AND LARD REFINERS. Curers of the Celebrated L. &- S. and Imperial brands of Smoked Meats. PURE LARD II SPECIALTY. Hamilton, Ont. BEST GOODS IN THE MARKET, FRANKFORT,
RM2AJ3TJX–Turf goods : fine harness, saddles, trotting and running horse outfits . No. 180. No. 180. Ellis Improved California Anteros Sendee Hobbles. To be used on mares when being served. Complete Price, 50 DiBECTioNS—Before taking the hor.se ont of stflU, unsnap the rore« from straps and buclile straps on the mares hind lees, leaving therings directly in front of her hock joints and the buckles on the outside of her legs, buckling the longest sirap just above her hock joint,and the short one below. Then lead Ihe horse out; and if the mare proves to be in season, lead4he hoise away ioi a few moments,
RM2AG909W–. Souvenir and programme of the Actors' Fund Fair, Madison Square Garden, May 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 1892. ip r1 P ir r Ti ii -•-? In EL*. MANHATTAN TRUST COMPANY BUILDING, COR. WALL AND NASSAU STREETS, NEW YORK. Manhattan Trust Company, Capital and Surplus, $1,220,000. TRANSACTS A GENERAL TRUST AND BANKING BUSINESS. Francis Ormoxd French, August Belmont, .... New York C. C. Baldwin, .... New York H. W. Cannon, .... New York T. J. Coolidge, Jr., . . Boston R. J. Cross, New York John N. A. Griswold, . New York John R. Ford New York DIRECTORS, 18Q2. New York ; John Kean, Jr., H. O Northcote
RM2AJGM8B–The exterior of the horse . THE CHARACTERS FURNISHED BY THE TEETH 677
RM2ANEET7–The Encyclopedia britannica; a dictionary of arts, sciences, and general literatureWith new maps, and original American articles by eminent writersWith American revisions and additions, bringing each volume up to date . ated into wide chambers (? ccslom).(UI.)Gastebostomidje, Von Sitbold; oral suckersub-medlan and ventral; alsoan anterior sucker.—1. Ooi.erostontum, Von Siebold; eight spedes, alltu fishes; larval form Bucephalus (soc bel»w).Qy.) Holostoui D.e, Claus (43); body flat:cned. and divided Into an anteriorand posterior part, the former bearing an anterior and ventral sucker;two adoral
RM2ANAYXW–Samson and Delilah : an opera in 3 acts . mock your fears!pes paw - queurs ! K m Besï3e= If yà-Jt- ?«? ?«? / Pf M 22 âwff?* r 40163 ff *** ^^ B ?• • # irfP s S tS *± zi TFr7? ^^ s s h M» 2 S H I I 50 Più allegro (192 »J) nfyir ir if^ fe^ J23I Your God whom ye im - plore with anguish Re - main - eth deaf io yourCe Dieu que vo-tre voix im-plo-re Est de-meu-re sourd à vos tes fp g#P 1=^ 23: -6M- ?a—w mp£ p-^- ÊËÊ S P3I m m call.. cris, : He lets you still in Et vous lo - sez pri- taE jji-fffg: îthmî 1 m n p:m i:i &=HU % m m m& S3! Si àâ= F I o Ê g5==ff bondage lan-guish; On you his heav- y judg-
RM2AJ4ADT–Turf goods : fine harness, saddles, trotting and running horse outfits . Kio. 69. No. 70. No. 71. „ ,„ , . „, . ,. J r T-- . ^ 1/- ? o^ 1 I Without Suspenders, Per pair, $7 00 No. 69. Knee Boot, with Short Arm. Made of Finest California Stock 1 „,.,, ^ j „ „^ t With Suspenders ** • No. 70. Jointed Knee and Arm Boot. Kentucky Pattern, made of Finest white English Kersey... No. 71. Adair Knee and Arm Boot. Arm made of Finest and Lightest French Calf; Knee made entirely of Finest English Wool Booting ...•• 8 00 9 50 9 50.
RM2AG0JWH–. The American annual of photography. andiron before toning. The Toning solution acts slightly as an intensifier, and the best suc-cess is attained with prints from thin negatives. The permanency of the picture is not believed to be impaired by theabove process. We are prepared to furnish enlargements by thisprocess at same price as for black and white. The Eastman Company ROCHESTER, k. V. 77 LOUIS CLARENCE BENNETT. s=== JyUrcaatile JjKotographer, 69 Centre Street, NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. PRINTING AND DEVELOPING FOR AMATEURS AND THE TRADE. Especial attention given to Detective work. Send your p
RM2AM20RX–Boston of to-day; a glance at its history and characteristicsWith biographical sketches and portraits of many of its professional and business men . ed. Mr.Prang, then but little over twenty years of age, wasengaged by this patron to spend five years in closeinvestigation of the most advanced methods ofbleaching, dyeing, and color-printing practised inGreat Britain and the various continental countries,and afterwards to organize and superintend a largemanufactory in Bohemia, where the collated resultsof his comparative study should be put in practicaloperation. The first part of this contract
RM2AM6FH2–Boston of to-day; a glance at its history and characteristicsWith biographical sketches and portraits of many of its professional and business men . IB m.
RM2AJH07N–Canadian grocer January-June 1892 . GANONG BROS. ST. STEPHEN, N.B. MANUFACTURERS OF THE G. B CHOCOLATES. There is no other Blacking for sale in Canada equal to P. G. FRENCH BLACKING. If you have not already compared it with others, send to us fora sample—Try it—You will be convinced. PURE GOLD MANUFACTURING CO., 31 Front Street East, Toronto. Condensed ffiinee JVIeat. Delicious Mince Pies every day in the year. Handled by retaileras shelf or countergoods. No waste.Gives general satis-faction. Sells at all seasons. Will not ferment inwarm weather. MOUNT F0RF.ru BR0R hLFTK.tW«ER.|F T «,A0DALITr.
RM2AG7833–. Portrait and biographical record of Winnebago and Boone counties, Illinois, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, together with biographies of all the governors of the state, and of the presidents of the United States. Abigail D., who was born March 22,1843, married J. I). S. Olnistead and makes herhome in Greensboro, Vt. (ieorge M., our suliject,was the second in order of birth; Cepiias C, whowas born October 3, 1849, married Clara E. Cal-derwood and also resides in Greensboro, Vt.; Sum-ner C., who w.as born January 23, 1852, died in1886, unmarried; Alma
RM2AKFCGY–The American watchmaker and jeweler; an encyclopedia for the horologist, jeweler, gold and silversmith .. . CENTERING INDICATOR. In centering quickly on the universalhead, this tool is indispensible. It will also be found valuable for otherwork. It is not kept by dealers, and will have to be made by the watch-maker. The body of the indica-tor is made of sheet brass, and -^<^ -<^ Cshould be about five inches longby two inches in width at thelarger end. The shank C, ismade to fit in rest holder, and iseither riveted or soldered to thebody; R is steel or copper wiresharpened to a fine point
RM2AGB5DY–. School catalog, 1892-1893. 30.
RM2AJCB6A–Canadian grocer January-June 1892 . C1STZP& Messrs. Wilkins & Co., Adamsville, Que., haveappointed us wholesale agents for their CalebratedMaple Leaf Brand. Every package guaranteedpure maple. Put up in double seamed cans (not liable toleak) of several sizes; also in kegs and smallbarrels. Send for price list and discounts. Tu»-ywill interest you. Special quotations to largebuyers. Climes 6ro§., 51 Front St, E-. Toronto. 14 THE CANADIAN GROCER. TORONTO MARKET. TORONTO, March 17, 1892.GROCERIES.Very slowly does the market emerge fromthe dulness which has brooded over it allwinter. An occasional
RM2AFXF64–. 'My country, 'tis of thee!' or, The United States of America; past, present and future. A philosophic view of American history and of our present status, to be seen in the Columbian exhibition. ^, have adeep interest in the laborers of the vales—in thecelerity, the excellence and the success of whatthey do, and in the comfort and happiness oftheir general condition. As Emerson has wiselysung, in that sweet poem of his : All are needed by each one ;Nothing is fair or good alone. There is also another thought suggested byour topic which contains a world of meaning.We are apt to speak, in our d
RM2AWHMDR–The New York genealogical and biographical record . e time the Declaration of Independence was signed, the thirteencolonies, which formed all there was of the then United States, occu-pied a region about 900 miles long and ico miles wide, with less than2,000,00c people. What these men by their devotion made possibleis a country 2.500 miles wide from north to south, reaching from theAtlantic to the Pacific, with over 60,000,000 people, in every part ofwhich life, liberty, and property are perfectly secure, while good men andhonest citizens are sure of having their reputations protected during t
RM2ANAN40–The Encyclopedia britannica; a dictionary of arts, sciences, and general literatureWith new maps, and original American articles by eminent writersWith American revisions and additions, bringing each volume up to date . e used asstorerooms, but the former, which has its name from the uncle ofthe Prophet, was formerly the drinkiug-place of the pilgrims. Inthe time of Ibn Jubair it was still used for cooling th3 Zamzarawater. The oval part of the court next to the Kaba within therailing is paved with marble ; parts of the area beyond are alsopaved, part being strewn with gravel. Around the raili
RM2AJ37K1–Turf goods : fine harness, saddles, trotting and running horse outfits . Ko. 637. No. 627. Kentucky Stallion Shield Each, $5 00 ^^.(S.C)lto 3^%m ^^ STALUON SHIELDS AND SUPPORTS..
RM2AFXHTF–. Abraham Lincoln and men of war-times : some personal recollections of war and politics during the Lincoln administration ; with introduction by Dr. A.C. Lambdin. - has elapsedsince the close of the war, and countless contributionshave been given to the history of that conflict fromevery shade of conviction that survived it, McClellansability as a military commander, and the correctness ofLincolns action in calling him to command and in dis-missing him from command, are as earnestly disputedto-day as they were in the white heat of the personaland political conflicts of the time. Notwithstandi
RM2AM1JGC–Boston of to-day; a glance at its history and characteristicsWith biographical sketches and portraits of many of its professional and business men . he was connected officiallywith the New England Female Medical College,until it was transferred to the Boston University.He is at present treasurer and trustee of the Mas-sachusetts Homoeopathic Hospital, and holds posi-tions of responsibility as trustee and director ofother institutions. He is a member of the Art, Al-gonquin, and Merchants Clubs. On June 27, 1864,he was married to Miss Mary T. Cumston, daughterof the late William Cumston, founder
RM2AJ3581–Turf goods : fine harness, saddles, trotting and running horse outfits . No. 675. No. 676. No. 67.5. Cooks Patent Rein Buttons Per pair, $ 25 No. 676. The Monarch Rein Button. Can be automatically adjusted on any part of the line, while driving. Can be moved forwar^ COYS IMPROVED DRIVING REIN. The Iinitroved Driving Rein, which is illustrated in this cit, is designedto meet a long felt want among drivers of horses, trainers, jockeys, etc.. and isespecially appreciated by lady drivers. Everyone accustomed to driving hasfelt a cuiislaiit annoyance occasioned by the ordinary smooth rein gradually
RM2AG8DM4–. Souvenir and programme of the Actors' Fund Fair, Madison Square Garden, May 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 1892. The Late WM. J. FLORENCE Langdon & Batchellers SENHINE rnewseNs GLOVE-FITTING eCRSETS. I. /
RM2AJ0JXM–Portrait biographical record of Stark county, Ohio Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, together with biographies and portraits of all the presidents of the United States . 2electoral votes being cast for him. Soon after the close of his second term. Gen. Grantstarted upon his famous trip around the world. Hevisited almost every country of the civilized world,and was everywhere received with such ovationsand demonstrations of respect and honor, privateas well as public and official, as were never beforebestowed upon any citizen of the United States. He was
RM2AG885Y–. Souvenir and programme of the Actors' Fund Fair, Madison Square Garden, May 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 1892. Evansville Grand, - - - - Evansville, Ind. OBriens Opera House, - - Birmingham, Ala. Grand Opera House, . - - The Auditorium, ... Spokane Falls, Wash. Opera House Building, ... - Kearney, Neb. Olympic Theatre, St. Louis, Mo. li The Hagan, - - - - Grand Opera House, ... - Popes Theatre, - Havlins Theatre, - Standard Theatre, . - Music Hall Exposition, - Entertainment Hall Exposition, DeGives Opera House, - - - Atlanta, Ga. Englishs Opera House, - - - Indianapolis, Ind. Boyds N
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RM2AJDT88–Gleason's horse book The only authorized work by America's king of horse tamers, comprising history, breeding, training, breaking, buying, feeding, grooming, shoeing, doctoring, telling age and general care of the horse . ssions of his boyhood days; and as we journey onthrough life,what a controlling influence they exert over us; justso with the horse. Hence the great importance of having his firstimpressions of man of such a nature as to convince him not onlyof mans superiority, but to satisfy him that man is his best friend.Obtain by a systematic course of handling, not only supremepower ove
RM2AJHXW5–The exterior of the horse . nning (Fig. 243), at the time of the fall upon the pos-terior left, the withers are more elevated than the croup ; the rider,who has just been projected, is seen still above the saddle and leansforward. The body then becomes horizontal when the left diagonalbiped touches the ground (Fig. 246) ; the members of the right diagonalbiped now attain their maximum separation, while the rider commencesto fall back. The hind-quarters now give their impulsion, becomeraised and detached from the ground, while the fore-quarters, very low,touch the soil with the anterior right f
RM2AJCCXM–Gleason's horse book The only authorized work by America's king of horse tamers, comprising history, breeding, training, breaking, buying, feeding, grooming, shoeing, doctoring, telling age and general care of the horse . Side tones. after .TtQRohanJa.. JWNOBOKEANDN-AMtmjLAR DISEASE — 283- DISEASES OF THE HORSE. Causes of Disease. Scientific men give three names when they speak of the causesof disease—exciting, predisposing, and proximate. The first mayjustly be termed the originators of disease; by the second ismeant those more easily acted upon by causes that a more healthyanimal would resis
RM2AN7FXD–History of Montgomery County : embracing early discoveries, the advance of civilization, the labors and triumphs of Sir William Johnson, the inception and development of manufactures, with town and local records, also military achievements of Montgomery patriots . %::.
RM2AJ3PJN–Sir Godfrey's grand-daughters : a novel . ouldbe no Walter. It is a big shame ! groaned Willie, with avague idea that Fate was somehow to blamefor all this. I shall hate home without oldWalter. But Willie was a Spartan, in his boyishway. He went off the next evening, lookingrather glum, but without any outward lamen-tation—only when Walter, on the momentsimpulse, kissed the lads forehead, he flushedup to the roots of his hair and turned awayrather abruptly. * Good-bye, Will—dont forget to write tome. All right! was the husky answer, andWillie marched off, glad that the darknesshid his face, an
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RM2AJ69GM–Canadian grocer January-June 1892 . ssthey can attend to that take time to readtheir trade paper. Mr. Cowan handles flour,meal, pork, sugars, molasses, etc., in job lots,buys for cash, and never lets a bargainslip- WHERE THE JOKE COMES IN. Bob, did you ever stop to think, said agrocer recently, as he measured out half apeck of potatoes, that these potatoes con-tain sugar, starch and water? No, 1didnt. replied the boy, but I heard mothersay that you put peas and beans in yourcoffee, and a pint of water to every quart ofmilk you sold. Stranger : Good morning ! Is this thenotarys office ? Clerk :
RM2AJFW9T–The exterior of the horse . <H M. THE CHARACTERS FURNISHED BY THE TEETH. 711
RM2AKYWPB–Boston of to-day; a glance at its history and characteristicsWith biographical sketches and portraits of many of its professional and business men . ton. He has beenprominent in municipal and State politics sincehis first appearance in the common council in1886. He was a member of that body two years,1886-7, ^nd took a leading part in its proceed-ings. In December, 1887, he was elected an alder-man and served in the board three years,— 188S,iS8g, 1890, — the last year as chairman. Then hewas elected to the lower house of the Legislature, inwhich he served one term (1891) in leading posi-tions.
RM2AWJEGX–Presbyterians : a popular narrative of their origin, progress, doctrines, and achievements . d the Presbyterian Church. Theyorganized themselves into a Council, which was madeup of ministers and elders representing congregations. During the next four years there was steady progressin the revival, and the Council labored unremittingly,but in vain, for reconciliation with the Synod. Twomembers of the Council, the Rev. William Hodge andthe Rev. John Rankin, attended the Synods meeting,October, 1806, to seek some adjustment of the difficul-ties ; but the Synod proceeded solemnly to suspendthem bot
RM2AJ4MA5–Canadian grocer January-June 1892 . Retail Price, 25c.For sale by all first-class grocers ALL-TOBACCO CABLE AND EL PADRE CIGARETTES, THE CANADIAN GROCER COUGH DROPS. Every retailer should have them at thisseason of the year. Watsons Cough Dropsare the best in the world for the throat andchest ; for the voice unequalled. R. & T,W. stamped on each drop. Write R. & T. WATSON, TORONTO,for Prices, etc. Mention The Grocer.. Condensed ffiinee JVLeat. Delicious Mince Pies every day in the year. Handled by retaileras shelf or countergoods. No waste.Gives general satisfaction. Sells at all seasons. Will
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RM2AJ6G74–Canadian grocer January-June 1892 . Of our Telegraph Matches, 30 cents per case ; Our Telephone, 30 cents per case, and our Parlor, 10 cents per case. Our No. 1 Telegraph Matches are packed in wood-board caddies, thus reducing the weightof the 10 gross case to about 60 lbs., but without reducing the quality or quantity. These caddies areprinted in assorted colors and make a handsome display. * CONSUMERS WILL BUY NO OTHER MATCHES. TORONTO BRANCH : 29 Front St. W. The E. B. EDDY CO., Hull, Canada- 2d THE CANADIAN GROCER. You can lose more than we dobv not subscribing for this paper. SALES MADE O