BETWEEN BOSTON AND NEW YORK. TRAINS EQUIPPED WITH THE WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC BRAKE AND MILLER PLATFORM.
GEO. L. CONNOR, Gen Pass. Agent O.C.S.B.
CO., NEW YORK.
BORDEN & LOVELL, Agents O.C.S.B. CO., NEW YORK.
J. SPRAGUE, Jr., Gen. Pass. Agent O.C.R.R. CO. BOSTON.
J.R. KENDRICK, Gen. Manager, BOSTON.
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Patent Low-Pressure, Self-Regulating,
SHEET IRON RADIATORS AND
RAPID CIRCULATING TUBE BOILERS.
Patented May 11, 1880.—R. Oct. 24, 1882.—V. Jan. 30, 1883.—R. Jan. 30, 1883.—B.
HOBBS, GORDON & CO., PROPRIETORS,
THE CONCORD SUSPENDED RADIAL DRILL,
Patent Portable Steam Boilers and Radiators for Heating
THE H.G. SAW-BENCH.
Send for Circulars. CONCORD, N.H.
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THE ENTAILED HAT; or, Patty Cannon’s Times.
A romance by GEORGE ALFRED
TOWNSEND, “Gath;” 16mo., cloth, $1.50. Harper & Brothers, New York.
This book has had a large sale and has attracted much attention. It is well worth the reading, not only for the plot, but for the study of customs and manners of the olden time.
HIMSELLUF, 12mo., paper, 15 cents. Charles H. Whiting, Boston.
An American poem of unusual merit and great interest.
THE STORY OF A COUNTRY TOWN. By E.W. HOWE;
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An American novel, whose scenes are located on the rolling prairies of the West. It is a strong and thrilling story, which bids fair to become a classic.
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LIFE AT PUGET SOUND, with sketches of travel in Washington Territory and British Columbia, 1865—1881. By CAROLINA C. LEIGHTON, [formerly of Newburyport]; 12mo., cloth, $1.50. Lee & Shepard, Boston.
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