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AROUND THE “ PAN.” 57 Empire Self-Balancing Ink Stand, Patented.
C- x' ry UNCI.E HANK MEETS WILLIAM I. BRYAN. AROUND THE “PAN.” 69 “ Wai, I don’t see anything great here,” retorted Uncle Hank. “ Well, you must be hard to please,” replied the attendant, in evident disgust. “Oh, no, I ain’t,” replied Uncle Hank, “only you haven’t got the most wonderful masheenery here by a long shot. Whyt thar's a masheen down in York State thet hez got its fly-wheel in Albany, and its piston rod runs clear down tew New York City, an’ its shaftin’ runs away out to Buffler, and its beltin’ex tends tew Rochester, Syracuse, Elmiry, Tiogy an’ clean down thcr Mohawk Valley, an’ its furnace is down in Wall street, while its lever is in thcr Fifth Avcnoo Hotel.” “ Well, for heaven's sake ! What machine arc you referring to?” inquired the attendant, in astonishment. “Why, T*^n Platt’s political mashecn!” and Uncle Hank keenly enjoyed the amazement of his companion. From M tchinery Hall he made his way to the Transportation Building, and spent a couple of hours climbing over the mons ter locomotives and freight cars. When he came to the old fashioned locomotive with its name He Witt Clinton on its side, JUS I GOT HOLD OF MAMMA’S OLD-FASHIONED INK WELL ITS AIR TIGHT AND CANNOT SPILL. * CAN’T SI ILL Tlifc INK NOW!” MaiW d to any address on receipt ot Price, 50 Cents. AROUND THE “PAN." // / / # ,C hath su r •'SAsf.s Empii • • _j It 1m a m , about, it imrj It consists To HU t\ anil thumb, -j You can i dress from r overcoming,'! EMPIR