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Price, per Case of 13 Large Bottles, 5 to a Gallon. PORT WINE, NO. 1...

.$4.00 RYE WHISKEY, NO. 3.. PORT WINE, No. 2....

......$4.00 5.00 RYE WHISKA, No. 4.

5.00 DURAND PORT.. 6.00 SHERWOOD RYE..

6.00 SHERRY WINE, No. 1.. 4.00 GOLDEN WEDDING RYE.

7.50 SHERRY WINE, No. 2. 5.00 DOUGHERTY RYE.

.10.00 DAVIES SHERRY. 6.00 HERMITAGE RYE.

.11.00 SWEET CATAWBA WINE.

4.00 BOURBON WHISKEY, No. 3...... 4.00 ANGELICA WINE..

4.00 BOURBON WHISKEY, NO. 4...... 5.00 ANGELICA, OLD..

5.00 BOURBON WHISKEY. No. 6..... 6.00 SWEET MÚSCATEL..

4.00
MEGIBBIN'S BOURBON.

8.00
SWEET MUSCATEL, OLD.
5.00 OLD CROW BOURBON

12.00 BLACKBERRY BRANDY, No. 3... 4.00 HOLLAND GIN, No. 3.

4.00 BLACKBERRY BRANDY. NO. 4.. 5.00 HOLLAND GIN, No. 4.

5.00 BLACKBERRY BRANDY, OLD... 6.00 RYE MALT GIN.

6.00 BLACKBERRY BRANDY, Very Old 8.00 JAMAICA RUMS..$5, $6, $8 and 10.00 CIDER BRANDY

$5, $6 and 8.00 SCOTCH WHISKEY .$6, $8 and $10.00
PRICE PER KEG, CONTAINING 4 1-2 GALLONS.
3,

Sherwood Rye, per keg

Rye Whiskey

, No. X; per keg. $7:00 Golden wedding receper kg.:12:00

Kegs boxed, 25 cents extra. We will pack an assortment of Wines and Liquors in Case, if so desired, without extra charge. Hall Case, containing six bottles, at one-half the price of full case. Persons wishing goods sent C. 0. D. must remit $1 with order to insure good faith. All goods packed in plain boxes and shipped to any part of the United States. Complete price list free. Beautiful engraved calendar for 1893 now ready. Mailed free for 2c. stamp. 25 good cigars by mail, postpaid, $1. J. C. CHILDS & CO., 346 Eighth Ave., N. Y. City.

MARTIN B. BROWN, PRINTER, STATIONER

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Blank Book Manufacturer, 49 & 51 PARK PLACE,

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PRINTING

MACHINE and SAW
PRESS,

MANUFACTURERS. The “Reliance” Patented Stereotype Perfect

ing Printing Machine. WE DESIRE

to direct the

attention of Newspaper Proprietors to this new and Improved Stereotype Perfecting Press, which is especially adapted to the needs of those who

require a rapid and compact machine at a low price. It will print and deliver, folded, eight-page papers at the rate of 10,000 per hour; four-page papers at 20,000

per hour, and two-page supplements at 40,000 per hour. The eight-page papers are cut at the top and pasted down the

centre margin, if desired. The machine can be adjusted in a few moments

so

to print either eight, four or two pages, and has no equal of its kind

for speed, simplicity and durability. The length of the machine (over all) is 13 feet; width, 10 1-2

feet, including driving apparatus; height, 6 feet, 8 inches,

and space required to run it, about 13 feet by 10 feet. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, ADDRESS

R, HOE & CO.,

504 Grand-st., New-York, Also MANSFIELD-ST., BOROUGH ROAD, LONDON S. E., ENGLAND.

USED

BY THE PEOPLE AND GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED

STATES FOR MORE TIIAN SIXTY YEARS.

Blue-Black Record.
Blue-Black Combined.
U.S. Copying & Jet Black.

All the New Styles.
Davids' Handy Sponge Top Mucilage.
Davids' Security Mucilage.

ESTABLISHED 1825. THADDEUS DAVIDS COMPANY, 127-129 William-St., NEW-YORK.

Davids

INKS

YOU REQUIRE CIRCULARS, LETTER HEADS, PAMPHLETS, BOOKS, OR

ANY OTHER PRINTING-WHY NOT SECURE HANDSOME, ARTISTIC WORK? THE NEW YORK PRINTING COMPANY (THE REPUBLIC PRESS), 536–538 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK, IS ESPECIALLY EQUIPPED FOR THE FINEST KIND OF PRINTING REQUIRED BY CLUBS, SOCIETIES, CORPORATIONS, SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. PROMPT SERVICE, REASONABLE RATES, AND UTMOST ATTENTION.

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LARGEST, 2 PRINTING PLATE MARUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENT

The largest printing plate manufacturers in the world. Re. ceived the Worlds Columbian Exposition Highest Award for Photo-Engraving and Electrotyping.

Samples of engravings mailed free.

Woodlawn

Cemetery,

WOODLAWN STATION
(24th Ward),

N. Y. & HARLEM RAILROAD.
CITY OFFICE, 20 EAST 230 STREET, NEW YORK.

W. S. ESTEY,

NO.

WIRE

WORK
WIRE
CLOTH

65 FULTON-ST., NEW YORK, MANUFACTURER OF

For Bank, Omnce and Counter Railing, Wickets, Grills, etc., in Brass, Bronze, Oxydized and Steel. Also, Store Fronts, Window Guards, etc. Of Brass, Copper, Iron, Galvanized and Steel Wire of all Meshes and Grades. For Mining, Milling and all other purposes. LOCOMOTIVE SPARK WIRE CLOTH, etc.

No. 11 Pattern Wire Work.

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THE BENFIELD PATENT

HUMANE NAILLESS HORSESHOE

For generations horseshoes have been of one pattern and of one material, and many valuable animals are injured every year by the use of shoes of the ordinary character and by the barbarous method still employed for fixing them. The "HUMANE HORSE. SHOE" is designed upon entirely new principles, and possesses such advantages that experienced men have given it their entire approval. It suits all climates

and

all horses. Among its most obvious advantages the following may be enumerated:

1st-It is lighter and more durable than any ordinary shoe, being made of the best softened steel instead of ordinary iron. None but the best metal will stand the process of manufacture.

20—It can be fitted with ease to any peculiarity of foot without heating.

3d-It is fixed without nails on a system which cannot possibly injure the horse or interfere with the natural growth of the hoof, and, though easily removable, is as firm as it could be made by any nails.

4th-It is moderate in price, and from its durability really cheaper than an ordinary

shoe.

5th-It may be rubber padded on a system which obviates any “jar" to the leg on the hardest roads, and gives a safe footing on the most slippery surface, whether of asphalt, frost or ice. No sharpening is required.

6th-It can be fixed by a groom if a smith is not at hand. 7th-It is made solid for agricultural work and for use on country roads. It has been most favorably spoken of by the veterinary profession and the press; the newspapers stating that this invention will “revolutionize the shoeing of horses."

Sets mailed to any address on receipt of postal order for $3.00.
Offices, HUMANE HORSESHOE CO.,

54 World Building, New York.

&

SMITH, Brush Manufacturers.

BRADLEY & SMITH.

CASH BRUSH

WAREHOUSE

251 PEARL STREET,

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A beautiful and patriotic picture, in colors, 14 by 18 inches, of a famous scene of the American Revolution, painted expressly for The Tribune by the artist Ogden, a great authority. Portraits of Washington, Knox, Putnam, Steuben, Clinton and others. This picture is historically correct; the uniforms are exact to a button. Obtainable only from The Tribune or its Club Agents. Price, 50 cents. Sent, postage paid, with The Weekly, one year, for $1 20. With the Semi-Weekly, $2 10. Free, for one new subscriber at $1. The Tribune's Illustrated Premium List sent free on application.

THE TRIBUNE, New-York.

MANUFACTURERS

JOSEPH B. DALEY & Co.,
Printers' Rollers, Excelsior and
0. K. Roller Composition.
NO. 31 ROSE STREET,

Established 1863.

NEW YORK. Composition Made Especially for Export.

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