Issue 2 and Volume 11.

MINOR TOPICS Mechanics Steam Fire Engine Company of Waynesboro, Pa., recently realized $600 from a fair. In two years the Company has realized money enough by fairs and subscriptions to enable them to pay for a Silsby engine, which is their especial delight. We desire to call attention to the advertisement of F. H. White in our columns under the head of “For Sale.” Here is an opportunity to obtain at a bargain a fine hosecarriage that is pronounced by all who have seen it to be a “darling.” Applications should be forwarded at once, for such an opportunity to secure a handsome parade carriage is sure to be snapped at quickly by some company. The Button Fire Engine Works turn out substantial apparatus, as was evidenced by the overhauling last month of a steam fire engine of this make which has seen steady service since January, 1865, at Harrisburgh,…

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