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Page 53 - SOCIETY." 2. The general object of the Society shall be, to discover, procure and preserve whatever may relate to the history of Western New York in general, and the City of Buffalo in particular, and to gather statistics of the commerce, manufactures and business of the lake region, and those portions of the West that are intimately connected with the business of Buffalo.
Page 53 - the Society shall be called the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences," and that "the object of the Society shall be the pro' motion and study of the natural sciences through the formation of a museum and library, the procurement of lectures, and by such other means as shall be desirable and efficient for that purpose.
Page 30 - ... exchanges of the world or the deficiency is made up somewhere before we get through with the account. That measure which we mete out to others shall, in some shape, assuredly be measured to us again. Are we here asked, did no good grow out of all this evil? were there no enduring benefits realized from that extraordinary enterprise which sought to develop the resources of the country, to extend commerce, to build up manufactures, to bid cities flourish where the wilderness had been ? Did not...
Page 47 - Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia. Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Page 26 - A very curious illustration of the recklessness produced by the wonderful success of some of the operators, who fancied their luck would turn everything they touched to gold, was the buying out of individuals by the lump, without inventory or estimate, which was gone into in a few instances. 'I'll give you $150,000 for all your property, except your wife and babies and household furniture,' would be the bantering proposition over a bottle of champagne.
Page 100 - FURNITURE MADE TO ORDER. Repairing, Boxing and Packing done in the best manner, and on the most reasonable terms. Any one can understand that the CASH SYSTEM does not require large profits to make up losses by bad debts ; and those who wish by paying cash to obtain a good article, and save from 20 to 50 per cent., are respectfully invited to give me a call. ISAAC D. WHITE, EST -A.
Page 52 - MD, Professor of General and Special Anatomy. James P. White, MD, Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children. Frank Hastings Hamilton, MD, Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery and Clinical Surgery. Austin Flint, MD, Professor of Principles and...
Page 100 - Manufacturing facilities, it is my purpose, by a large increase of business, to (Jsell at a reduction on former Low Prices while the quality of the work will be maintained as heretofore unrivalled. Every article sold will therefore be warranted to be properly made and of good material.
Page 105 - Baring had a large experience in PRACTICAL MECHANISM, as well as with the rules of the Patent Office, and the practice of the Courts in Patent cases, he feels authorized to say that all business which he undertake!