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Title: The Oölogist for the student of birds, their nests and eggs
Year: 1886 (1880s)
Authors: Lattin, Frank H
Subjects: Birds Birds
Publisher: Albion, N.Y. : Frank H. Lattin
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,.i!t;.,sss.favailnud feEbo a^sBS^flBssffiKaasa-w We have a new large illustrated cat-alogue in press, it will be ready to mailabout May 1st. Our patrons neednot write for a copy as we shall sendthem one as soon as issued, until thattime our prices for everything excepteggs, shells, glass eyes and books re-main as advertised in the Sept. 88 Bul-letin. The priees for Eggs are as listedin Nov. 89 Oologist or as printed onour new Oologists Checking Listsor in March Oologist. For shells andglass eyes as printed in March Oolo-gist and for books as given in this Oo- ObOGIST. Faithfully, Frank H. Lattin. Wood Eiipyni —FOR — NATUEALISTS AND OTHERS. GOOD WORK, LOWEST I EKES.Correspondence Solicited H. A. CARHART,d yr Syracuse, N. Y. ATURAL HISTORY AND BIRD STORE Taxidermy, Birds Skins and Eggs, Shells,Curios, Minerals, Fossils, Indian Kelics. Cur-iosities and Naturalists Supplies, Singing andFancy Birds, Talking Parrots, Goldfish andAquarium stock. Send Stamp for Catalogues andPrice Lists.
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Aly CHAS. R. OARR, 126 State St., Madison, Wis. iiJAmpum Or Indian Money, the lirst knrvvn money amongthe N. A. Indians. Fine Specimens collected byan Indian Trader while among the Alaska tribes.Each piece is about an inch long, hollow, bentand tapering. I have it in strings of 6 and i-ispicimeus. Price to and 2> cents per string-.Stamps taken. CHAS. TURTON, box 9 6. Los Angeles, Cal. IMPORTED JAPANESE AND indiaH siLK Worm;eggs for seed, In Silk culture. Different species,also the celebrated Madras Silk Cocoonswarranted to be raised successfully inthis country. Directions given how toraise them profitably. Prices low. PROF- CARL BRAUN, NATURALIST, f BANGOR, - - ! MAINE. Coins, Stamps, Curio. Large, well illustrated 48 page book, 5c, W. F. Greany, «7 Brannan St.. - San Francisco, Cal. tf Back Numbers of THE OOLOGISTWanted at Once We want at once 50 copies of theJune 1888 issue of The OoloOist. Foreach copy we will give a card good for12c payable in anything we advertise,we also wan
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