Lewiston and Auburn Directory (Google eBook)

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W.A. Greenough & Company, 1880 - Auburn (Me.)
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Page 216 - Are the largest and finest fac-simile reproductions of Steel Plate Engravings yet issued in this country. They are printed on heavy plate paper, of the finest quality, and are sold at the uniform price of ONE DOLLAR EACH. Among the many favorite subjects comprising our list are TURNER'S "ANCIENT ITALY.
Page 341 - Pure White Lead both dry and ground in oil, we warrant to be strictly pure, and guarantee that for Fineness, Body and Durability, it is not surpassed by any Lead in the market. We warrant our Red Lead and Litharge to be strictly pure and of thejinest quality.
Page 235 - Seeds, or other articles not prohibited, which are liable from their form or nature to loss or damage, unless specially protected, may be put up in sealed envelopes, provided such envelopes are made of material sufficiently transparent to show the contents clearly, without opening.
Page 235 - All packages of matter of the third class must be so wrapped or enveloped, with open sides or ends, that their contents may be readily and thoroughly examined by postmasters without destroying the wrappers...
Page 200 - Wire furnish. ed, straightened and cut to any length. Patent steel Barb Fencing, Barb Fence Armor, and Steel Bale Ties, Superior Steel Corset Wire, Steel Crinoline Wire, Patent Linen Finish, UNRIVALED STEEL MUSIC WIRE. STEEL WIRE for SPRINGS, NEEDLES, and DRILLS. Patent Steel Barb jFencing.
Page 235 - Kates of postage to foreign countries other than as above, being subject to change each month, inquiry should be made at the foreign department for ruling rates before mail matter is deposited in the office. All mail matter, except letters, must be so wrapped or enveloped that their contents may be readily and thoroughly examined by postmasters without destroying the wrappers.

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