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ALLEN & WHEELOCK,
Manufacturers of all Sizes REVOLVERS, GUNS SINGLE AND DOUBLE PISTOLS,
Fulling Welts. Washers, Cloth Dryers, Hydro-Extracters, Indigo Mills, Shears, Gigs, Nappers, Brushes, Measuring and Winding Machines, Hydrostatic and Screw Presses, Dressers, Reels, Beamers, Spoolers, Spool Stands, &c. Water Wheel Regulators,
Shafting, Hangers, and Pulleys.
Armsby's Building, Central Street,
E. C. CLEVELAND.
JOAN C. MASON.
The Cut below is a fair representation of a SMALL PLANER.
These Machines are operated with an mproved running arrangement, which has seen thoroughly tested, and is worthy of Attention.
This Cut represents a TWELVE FOOT PLANER, weighing 5800 Pounds;
Will Plane 9 1-4 Feet Long, and 3 Feet Wide.
THAYER, HOUGHTON, & CO.
of , all Kinds,
OF THE BEST STYLE, FINISH, AND WORKMANSHIP,
HANNIBAL H. HOUGHTON,
We refer purchasers to the following gentlemen, who are using Machinery of our manufacture in their works, or know as to the quality of the same:
Jonas Hamilton, Portland, Me.: Master Mechanic G.T.R. Co., Gorham, N. H.; J. & G. Farrar, Manchester, N. H.: E. Carver Co., East Bridgewater, Mass. George Crompton, Worcester, Mass.; Davis & Furber, N. Andover, Mass ; Hayden, Saunders, & Co., Saundersville, Mase: Hope Foundry and Machine Shop, Providence, R I.; C. B. Rogers
& Co., Norwich, Conn.: Blake & Johnson, Waterbury, Conn., Frazer & Burns, Syracuse, N. Y.; Junius Judson, D. A. Waterbury & Co., Rochester,
N. Y.; Supt. P. & C. R. R. Co., Connellsville, Pa.: W. T. Hildrup, Supt. H. Car Co., Harrisburg, Pa.: S. & M. Pennock & Co., Wilmington, Del. : Samuel Griswold, Griswoldville, Ga.; Wheeler, Geddes, & Co., N. O., La.; Henry Ware, Marshall, Texas; Miller, Wingate, & Co., Louisville, Ky.: Sims, Snodgrass, & Co., Sparta, Tenn.; J. A. Fay & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio: Owen, Lane, & Dyer, Hamilton, Ohio; M. M. T. W. & W.RR, Fort Wayne, Ind.; M. M. Mich. S. & N. I. R. R., Adrian, Mich., Wm. Peters, Peoria, Ill.; G. B. Allen & Co., St. Louis, Mo., Clark, Avery & Voorbies, St. Louis, Mo.; Charles G. Plummer, Davenport, Iowa; Davis & Monastes, Portland, Oregon; W. H. ctor, Salem, Oregon ; L. E. Pratt, Salem, Orgeon; M. A. Furbush, Philadelphia, Pa.
T. K. EARLE.
K. EARLE & CO.
GRAFTON STREET, WORCESTER, MASS., NEAR THE WESTERN RAILWAY DEPOT.
STEVENS' SEWING MACHINES
Have been extensively introduced for TAILORS' AND FAMILY USE; also, for all kinds of Cloth Sewing, and have everywhere given complete satisfaction. They have recently been improved, making them unsurpassed for SIMPLICITY, DURABILITY and Positive Action. They use Two THREADS without unwinding, and make a smooth SEAM THAT WILL NOT RIP, and are furnished at prices varying from $25 to $100, according to the finish. For further particulars address the Inventor and Manufacturer,
AMASA W. STEVENS,
Worcester, Mass., U.S. A.
OFFICE OF THE AMERICAN BANK NOTE COMPANY.
The New England Bank Note Company having been merged in the AMERICAN BANK NOTE COMPANY, the undersigned respectfully give notice to their friends and customers that they have removed from their old stand, No. 204 Washington Street, to the new Fire-proof Building,
39 State Street, cor. Congress Street. Their new premises are provided with spacious vaults, and every proper provision has been made for the safety of all plates and impressions.
The AMERICAN BANK NOTE COMPANY possesses the united talents and facilities of all the firms heretofore engaged in the business of
BANK NOTE ENGRAVING AND PRINTING in the United States; they having been consolidated and incorporated by law. Orders for BANK NOTE ENGRAVING and PRINTING will be executed with promptitude and fidelity.
ISAAC CARY, Manager.
WORCESTER FIRE ENGINE HOSE FACTORY, No. 24 Front Street, Worcester,
EARL WARNER, Agent. All kinds of FIRE ENGINE HOSE, made from the best Philadelphia and Baltimore Oak Leather, and of
the best workmanship, furnished at short notice. Also, Fire Buckets, Couplings, Suction Hose, &c.
All kinds of REPAIRING TO LEATHER HOSE done at short notice. It is useless to speak of the many other kinds of Hose, from other material than Leather, as the experience of all who have used them show that they have proved a failure, and that safety and economy in extinguishing fires is only found in LEATHER HOSE.
REFERENCES. LEONARD R. HUDSON, Chief Engineer Worcester Fire Department; ISAAC EATON, Chief Engineer Nashua Fire Department; A. G. DOUGLASS, Chief Engineer New London Fire Department; Hamilton Co., Lowell; Atlantic Mills, Lawrence, Mass.; Southbridge Fire Department; E. & T. Fairbanks, St. Johnsbury, Ýt. ; Webster Cotton Mills, Mass.; Sumner Pratt, Esq., Worcester; George Hodges, Esq., Oxford; Nathan Washburn, Esq.; Clinton Carpet Co., who have our w