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PAGE Geo. R. Fuller Co...
Niagara Hydraulic Engine Co..xi x Vibrosim plex.....
Olds Gas Power Co....
600 R. Hoe & Co....
.lviii Ash Cans. Fences.
Rush Acetylene Generator Co.xlii Arrow Can Co........ .xlvii Enterprise Foundry Fence The Campbell Co....
....Xxxix Walter Scott & Co...............lii Auto Tires.
Floor Polisl. A. H. Kasner
Medicinal. .xvii Butcher Polish Co., The...... .12
XXX Bath Brushes,
lectro-Chemical Ring Co.....
2 Fountain Pens.
J. H. Friedenwald & Co. Alien Mig. Co...... L. E. Waterman Co.--590 & Cover4 Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup.
xiv Bath Cabinets. Garbage Cans.
Sandholm Drug Co..... ..ix
Quencer Allen Mfg. Co......
......... xlvii W. F. Young.
..597, 99 Arrow Can Co........
XXX Belts and Belting. Gas Burners.
Metals. Chas. A, Schiereư& Co.........xii Oakman Mig. Co........
Merchant & Evans Co..........xvi
Metal Polish. 600
G. W. Hoffman........
Buggies & Carts.
New York World
St. Louis Post-Dispatch........xlvi Builders.
Moehn Automatic Gas Machine
xl Security Building Co.....Xliv-xlv Rush Acetylene Generator Co.xlii Notaries Public.
Braman Law Co.....
602 Cable Lines.
Ilay Presses, Anglo-American Telegraph Co.
Eagle Mfg. Co......
The Egry Autographic RegisCameras.
try Co..... Hospitals. New York Camera Exchange.589
X. Y. Physical & Surgical Clock
Hospital... C.F.Gillmann & Co.......... xliii
Wm. J. Willmann...... .587 Hydraulic Rams. Commissioners of Deeds for Niagara Hydraulic Engine Co.,xi Passport Agents. Every State and Foreign
Braman Law Co.......
Chas. A. Scott..
xvii Correspondence Schools.
Edgar Tate & Co...
.602 International Correspondence
Evans, Wilkens & Co...
XXV Institutions. Schools..
Franklin H. Hough. ii
.xli The Cross Co.............. xli Leeley Iustitute..... .16a-16f James W. Bevans.
.xliii Milo B. Stevens & Co..
.X Detective Bureaus.
Munn & Co
602 O'Meara & Brock.
.5.99 Brooks Detective Bureau..... xliii Fidelity & Casualty Co...
.lv R. S. & A. B. Lacey.....
591 Empire Detective Bureau.....603 Postal Insurance Co......... 13 Shepherd & Parker..
xii R. C. Rathbone & Co..... xiv Watson E. Colenian...
589 Earphones. Travelers' Insurance Co. .....lxiv Wm. E. Hoyt...
1 Cincinnati Conservatory of
S. F. Myers Co. Music... 580-581
Portable Buildings. Fordham University..
..575-579 International Correspondence
The Chas. H. Manley Co....xxxii Braman Law Co....
.602 Schools. i Geo. Rouinson...
602 New York Preparatory School..14
Poultry Publications. Omnigraph, The. 598 Lead Pencils,
American Poultry Advocate..XXV The Cross Co..
xli Ward Seminary.
li Geo. R. Fuller Co......
Kansas Anti-Liquor Society. ..603 Wm. H.Ray Ptg. Ink Mfg. Co..liii
Walter Scott & Co.......
C. M. Kemp Mfg. Co... 588
Tohn Simmons ('0. Expositions.
.xlvii American Poultry Advocate. XXV Moen Autoniatic Gas Mach- New York World..
.. lvii Jamestown Exposition.xviii-xxiii iue Co......
xl St. Louis Post-Dispatch.......xlvi
PAGE J. S, Ogilvie Pub. Co........692, 600 Cincinnati ('onservatory
Geo. R. Fuller Co..
J.C. Schnoler (0..... .591, 599 Puzzles.
Fordham University. 575-579
International Correspondence Type.
American Type Founders Co..589 Radiators.
The Cross Co.
xli Rochester Radiator Co......Xxvii Ward Seminary..
Oliver Typewriter Co.. .698
Remington Typewriter Co.....588 interborough Rapid Transit J. M. Thorburn & Co.....
Typewriter Emporium... Co.......
....593-597 Long Island Railroad
Meilink Mfg. CO................ V Razors.
J. C. Schnoter Co..........691, 699
Independent Photo Card Co...603 Ryede Specialty Works........ 16g Bolton Realty Co........... .xxxix
Merchant & Evans Co........ ...Xvi Rheumatic Rings.
Ryede Specialty Works... . 16g
viii Roofing Material. Jamestown Exposition Excur.
International Stock Food Co...IV American Sheet & Tin Plate
sion and Steamboat Co... ..xxiv Co.... 25
Water Motors. Merchant & Evans Co...... .xvi Stereotyping Machinery.
Smith & Hemenway Co... Cover 2 R. Hoe & Co..
The Campbell Co...
...Ivi Water Works Systems, Columbian Rope Co........... XXV
C. A. Burton Machinery Co... xxix
.viii Whiskey. Safe Deposit Vaults.
International Stock Food Co...XV Lincoln Sa.e Deposit Co.....xxviii
J.H. Friedenwald & Co..
J. Rieger & Co......
601 Meilink Mfg. Co............ J.C. Schnoter Co..........591, 599
Wholesale Dry Goods.
H. B. Chaflin Co............573-574 Safety Razors.
American Wine Growers' AsSanitariums. Time Stamps.
xliii Dr.C.0.Sahler Sanitarium, xxxyii C. F. Gillmann & Co.......
Brotherhood Wine Co.
..586 Dr. Wadsworth's Sanitarium
Eiseman & Co...
587 xxxix Trusses.
.586 Elmcroft Sanitarium.xxxiv-xxxv Chas. W. Cluthe........... 16h Pleasant Valley Co...
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umatism--Articular, Inflammatory, Sciatic, Muscular, Gout, Lumbago, Neuralgia, Heart, Fever. Rheumatic Paralysis--Typewriters, Pen Operators, or whereverlocated. Asthma, Goitre, Blood, Cancer, Varicose Veins, Varicocele, St. Vitus's Dance, Nervous Prostration, Acidity of Stomach causing Constipation, Bright's Disease, Sugar Diabetes, Diabetes, Dropsy, Prostatitis, Congestion of Kidneys, Catarrh of Bladder, Gravel, Gall-stone, Stone in Bladder, Calculi, Saltrheum, Psoriasis, Painful and Excessive Monthly Periods, Epliepsy, Chronic Dysentery, Bloody Flux, Nosebleed and all Internal Hemorrhages. Price, $2.00 ; Gold-covered, $4.00. By Mail or by Express. Collect on Delivery. Send paper size of finger. Agents wanted at places not taken. Send for additional information. The $2.00 ring is sold on a three weeks' guarantee ; ring can be returned and money will be refunded if not satisfactory. Not for sale by jewellers or druggists. Any person who uses our name or copies from our advertising, is fraudulently try'ing to do business on the reputation of this ring.
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