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61 Seminary for Young Ladies, Dr. Dio
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152 Stuck-Up Nose, The

168 Stanley, Lord.

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Chicago, ILL.


Just Out-Howard's Single Barrel Breech Loading Shot Gun-Made on the same principle, and

equally smooth, simple, and beautiful, as the Thunderbolt Rifle. Weighs only 5 pounds: can be fred rapidly enough to have two shots at a flying bird. Uses ordinary Copper, Metallic Cartridges, or Loose Ammunition with Metal Cartridges, that are reloaded and last a lifetime, and can be fired with equal rapidity of the fixed ammunition. Price $28. Cartridge Shells, for loose ammunition, 25 cents each extra. Order from 8. R. WELLS, 389 Broadway, New York,

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