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Identifier: reviewofreviewsw42newy
Title: summary of reviews and earth’s work
12 Months: 1890 (1890s)
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Publisher: New York Post On Ratings Corp
Adding Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
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HON IAMESR MANN Ol ILLINOIS. CHAIRMAN Ol 11II HOl-l OOMMITTEI ON INTICOMMERCE. WHOS] II MM KM III IN l*HE DEBATI ON we HI KAILROADmil HASBROUGH1 IIIMi.KI l CREDIT such railroad rates as haw had theiifor existent e mainly in tl Main companies to cover interest and dividendinflated * apitalizati< It was at the beginning of January that tin-new ,n i io amend th< we lerstate Rill I 1 i ( ommen age legislation rodu< ed in both l .iic. The home began it- sti alu i in. ore the balance ut out-of committee, utilizing the elimination regarding the con-spit u. hi- . lause that will have legalizedtain existing railroad mergers, Another radii alfeature instead of 11 • * – system had been the in< Lusion ofinterstate telegraph and tclcpl as typical companies, agains isition of Republican party frontrunners. This was on x28th; and on here time the insurgentsa victory 1 ater, with all the adoption, ote of 1 ;o to 67, of an amendment callingfor a physical valuation of all railroad- inthe country. At the same time, tin- Senate hadproved

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Title: History of Branch county, Michigan, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent guys and pioneers
12 Months: 1879 (1870s)
Authors: [Johnson, Crisfield] [from old catalog]
Topics: Branch County (Mich.)
Publisher: Philadelphia, Everts & Abbott
Adding Library: The Library of Congress
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ffocation. Parley Stockwell found Ovid, in 1842, and found onthe northeast corner of part 16, that was for a timeknown as Parleys Corners. This part of the townshipwas nonetheless uncleared, no settler having registered land within itsboundaries. He bought a tract and straight away beganclearing the land, founded an ashery when it comes to manufactureof potash. The season following a post-office ended up being establishedwith Mr. Stockwell as postmaster. While performing theduties of this accountable company he’d carry the post inhis pocket, and deliver letters while they were required. Thiswas into the day of large postage prices, and usually theremark will be made on receipt of a letter, Cant payto-day,—bring it the next time; thus establishing a sort ofpostal credit between your official while the general public, whicheventually became therefore irksome to your postmaster that heresigned, whenever James Hawks became their successor. Theoffice had been eventually abandoned. After, Mr. Stockwell built a school-house, a tempo-

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Identifier: everybodyspoultr17penn
Title: Poultry fancier
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Writers: Poultry Fancier Pub. Co.
Topics: Poultry Periodicals
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Poultry Fancier Pub. Co.,
Adding Library: U.S. Division of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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be traced back again to the kindand sensible teachings of A. D. Hosterman. POULTRY FANCIER. Poultry Fancier, which recently changedhands, and is today in able andefficient management of Mr. Frank W.DeLancey, is already making rapid stridesto the leading. The difficulties already pub-lished because of the brand-new administration reflectgreat credit upon Mr. DeLancey and hisassociates, and especially whenever so littletime was readily available for getting businessand material. The head office of theFancier will hereafter be at Allentown, FPC F. P. C. CHICK MANNA! Natures First 10 Days Health Food for Newly Hatched we we CHICKS, TURKEYS Introduced 1884. Is recognizedunsurpassed by leading poultryraisers for very first eating. They not only want it butthrive perfectly onto it. —M. K. Boyer. Send for descriptive pricelist ofF. P. C. Chick Manna and HighGrade Chick and Poultry Ingredients,il lust ranked range of incubators, brood-ers & poultry materials interestingand valuable to you—Its Free. F. P. CASSEL & SON, Originators and

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