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Page 110 - The Lowell Machine Shop, included among the above mills, can furnish machinery complete for a mill of 6,000 spindles, in three months, and a mill can be built in the same time. The...
Page 68 - T. BRIGGS, MD, Demonstrator of Anatomy. The Anatomical Rooms will be opened for Students, on the first Monday of October. A full Preliminary Course of Lectures, free to all Students, will be given by the Professors, commencing on tha first Monday of October.
Page 138 - Anatomical rooms will be opened for Students, on the first Monday of October. A full Preliminary Course of Lectures, free to all Students, will be given by the Professors, commencing also on the first Monday of October. A...
Page 110 - The operatives in the mills are the principal depositors in the above banks. A vast amount of laudable and successful enterprise of a more strictly private character might not be inappropriately alluded to in this place, not the least of which are the extensive powder mills of Oliver M.
Page 110 - Average wages of females, clo,ar of board, per week 82 00 " " males, " " per day 80 Medium produce of a loom, No. 14 yarn, yards per day 45 " " •• " No. 30 " " " 33 Average per spindle, yards per day...
Page 97 - If a shipper feels that he has just cause for complaint and does not wish immediately to incur the added work of filing a formal complaint, all that is necessary for him to do is to write a letter to the Interstate Commerce Commission setting forth the information called for in Rules 24 and 25 of the Commission's rules of practice.
Page 112 - The Subscribers beg leave to inform their friends and the public, that they have commenced the Cabinet-making Business, No. 187, Meeting-street," and "that all orders will be thankfully received and executed with neatness at a low price, for Cash, Ben).
Page 150 - ... extensive, the system of education thorough, and the faculty large and able; the expenses moderate, and the site very healthful. Columbus, the seat of justice for Lowndes county, is pleasantly situated on the east bank of the Tombigby, in north latitude 33 deg., 150 miles northeast of Jackson, and 480 miles, by river, above Mobile. It is regularly laid out upon an elevated plain, the streets crossing each other at right angles, and is a beautiful and flourishing place. Within a few years, in...
Page 110 - Company, will commence with 1 0,368 spindles, nnd 360 looms — but is of sufficient capacity to contain nearly '20,000 spindles, and 400 looms. The driving power for the latter will be a steam engine of 160 horse power, which is being put in. Other manufactures are produced in the city than those specified above, of a value ol $800,000, employing a capital of $310,750, and about 1,000 hands.
Page 68 - Surgical and Pathological Anatomy. THOMAS R. JENNINGS, MD, Institutes of Medicine and Clinical Medicine. WK BOWLING, MD, Theory and Practice of Medicine. JOHN M. WATSON, MD, Obstetrics and the Diseases of Women and Children. PAUL F. EVE, MD, Principles and Practice of Surgery. WILLIAM T. BRIGGS, MD, Demonstrator of Anatomy. The Anatomical rooms will be open for students, on the first Monday of October.