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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 10 August 1854

"wMtnqp J AVUiSgr fje Stercts danger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. XAjNtCASTER. TERMS: Subscription for one year, $3 ; for six month $1 76; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers no paying in advance, "Rill be charged 5 at the end of the "year. Payment within two months from the mailing of the first number, -will be consi- dered in adTance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, will"be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one. year, "unless a special undcrstandingis made with the publisher. Ho paper will be discontinued (except at the option of the publisher) until all arrearages are All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bant notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters being paid by the writers. The postage of a single letter is scarcely of any account to the writer. It is the accumulation of postage in an extensive bus- iness, which operates as a serious tax upon ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 10 August 1854

i,-"i"gTOT; w,y.-;il m.i.jm.nA" W.i.BAJ ij'IWtt.L'J imjr'PW-.!.m.p.AigS THE TEXAS BA rV, Ill II I .--JHLMiMgirtH.Yvr.-wrHiTWH?cigai imiMjiasni M TEXAS BMGBL J. IiAS CASTER, Editor. lUasIjington, Sforos. THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1851. To Advertisers. The Texas Sanger offers great inducements to business men, who wish to avail themselves of the benefits of advertising. Being the largest paper in "Western Texas, and having a circulation in every county in the State, as well as in every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in his columns, will he most amply remunerated. G. W. Crawford, Esq'r., is my authorized agent, to receive and receipt for moneys due the the Texas Sanger and Lone Star; also to receive subscriptions and advertisements for the same. J. Lancaster. Dr. E. R. Hubby, 2Jew York, is an authorized agent for this paper, Pacific Rail Road. We Ieara from the Austin papers that the haiMing of the Pacific Kailroad, through Texas, has heen awarded t...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 10 August 1854

E tlMIIM ! Mil will 111 II H 111 IMII I II III fc llll ii USI1 TT ' ,m wIM- rrw.Tril . ' 'U .' , LI1 .1 f' ?TH3g f? M'mwm7vT!iKmivmBii jiaAia:wli'M" w" "xiiihw m! StSfe S&!iiS T. : " " THE TEXAS E&AMEB, AND LONE STAB. -,- 3fttD 4uerti0cmcnt0. For Sal, A PINE .new and substantialfam- ol ily Buggy of tbe latest style, with, an extra turn-over Beat. This T)nggy was made to order, and suited to the roads in this country. Apply at the "Texas Banger" Office. Washington, August 10, 1854. Xiumlier For Sale. "M McRAE & BROTHER, have on hand about two hundred m feet of dry and well -assorted pine lumber for sale. Their null w lo- cated In .Montgomery county, twenty-three miles from Washingten. The diroct route to our null Jrom Washington is through Wallace's Prairie in ttrimes county, situated six umes auo.c .x- noldsmlll. , s August 10th, 1854. 1 12m. Well Biggins. "mflCK PARREL & Co., would inform the pub- JjoL lie that they are prepared to dig wells or -cisterns in the most...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 10 August 1854

t-X V,,.. t-www.wiwpMj.-ufaHg3 - Jl - '",'vrTgii-v.vnuiif jrirYMFi,wiwjnuA.'"V"ii i,imr 'v vt'.'unw ll . , '.- Til TEXAS EAMI1, AND LONE STAB. , mimmt ''nJAf'T . t r is -&- vm i- .? s-Si&A. ae - ... is JTWI """" f ' JHWIIIII III I IB II I I II n r 1 1 l I uMjiMM'mm.AtmmmmniimmMyimuMttijiwn.iBm&maBttlmWririr ' Hi A. LOTT, -TTS now receiving and opening a spring stock JL never before equalled in. Washington. They iavc been purchased upon, the most favorable terms, with great care and especial attention paid to the wants of the State at large, and com- prise the newest and most fashionable styles and designs in fancy goods, Nearly every article in the Dry Goods line, can be found in my store which I am determined to sell on as reasonable terms as any house in the place. Tie ladies are particularly invited to call and examine my splendid stock of goods, as in its se- lection I bad an. eye especially to their benefit, and think they must be pleased -with such a beau- tiful va...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 17 August 1854

J. EAKCASTER. ffY . . O, Ay jUiLMfMM Je ill PlS y ., !k" " ) ruiiiiinMJ WK.h .t k l - .-; i i 7 . j;-j.i--. j.,r--- t- - a i - ?.i -- -v. 1 TERMS: Subscription for one year, S3; for sis month 1 75; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers no paying in advance, will he charged 5 at flic end of the year. Payment -within two months from the mailing of the first number, "will be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any one sending ns five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a special understandingis made with the publisher. No paper Trill be discontinued (except at the option of the publisher) until all arrearages are raid. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail lu good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters leing paid $y the writers. The postage of a single letter 'is scarcely of any account to the -writer. It is the accumulation of po...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 17 August 1854

- - I ;' U er AimAa LLiVimhAr a THE mtxr ' -4 , ,1S M1ER. iBas-juigtoii, Stem ' " THUBSP AY. AUGUST IT, 1354. advertisers. The Tesas Ranger offers great indcchacnSCbuancss men, who wish to i avail therasctveSof the benefits of advertising. Being thel-rcest paper in. Western Texas, and having a- circulation ia every county in. the State, as -well as in every SoutiiemState, the proprietor flatters Hmself that those vrho advertise in his columns, trfll he most amply remunerated. V G- "Vv". CaA.TVFOBD, Esq'r., is my authorized ao-ent, to receive and receipt for moneys due the the Texas Ranger and Lone Star; also to receive "subscriptions and advertisements for the same. .T. Lancaster. Br. E. It. Hubby, 2few York, is an authorized agent for this paper, B3 Several communications are on hand for publication; we will try and give them a .place next week. B,The State Gazette, in an able article, urges the claims of Gen. Busk for the next presidency. "We second the motion. E5U We regret to se...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 17 August 1854

mnjwwt-: snHEisasssssatrsiEsaHnsKrcaas ssxrasssz Hum . L11VJI..!II'T. aH'K'.lf y1V'l."Ll ).' JJr7T! .? 'aT.li'i'yn'P'i3?t'g Til TEXAS BAMEB, All L1 fi T HrH 1 A For Sale, PINE, new and substantial fam- P ilvBujnry of the latest style, wiui' kn ertra turn-over scat? This bnggy Tvas made to order, nd suited to the roads in this country. Apply at the "Texas Hanger" Office. Washington, August 10, 1854. TViimber For Sale. Htf McR AE & BROTHER, have on hand about two hundred at feet of dry and veil assorted pine lumber for sale, xneir mm it, lu- xated in Montgomery county, twenty-three miles from Washingten. The diroct route to our mill from Washington is through Wallace's Prairie m Grimes county, situated six miles above Ar- nolds mill. August 10th, 1854. 1 12m. Well Dirins. ICK PARREL & Co., would inform the pub- i; T,t. ttiiv are urenarcd to die wells or --- "" '. ,.j. t TT- cisterns in the most sausiaciory mauuei-. ii.i-in- followed the business for several years, they flatter...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 17 August 1854

"j,"r' jijflwii-M-w?; ' A If -.mm fcvejfcaLjaxjMt.jsgrr-CTsPBr "vff,rrwftm'-SaHaaLTrenTwiw ". ,u,i up..mi Wj1 umkjjiujbks "B1W I! il AND LONE SI Mi i& 5 131.1141'. X.aTrence & Biliups CONTINUE to manufacture Cotton Gins & vLJ Portable Horse Mills at their old stand eight Wiles north of Palestine, Texas, where they are perm-ncatly located, and -mil keep on hand a supply of Gins and Mills to meet the increased demand. Oar long experience in the husiness have enabled us to make such improvements as -will warrant us in saying that for durability, speed and for producing a fine sample of cotton, our Gins cannot he surpassed by any other saw gins made. Any recommendation by us, howev- er, we deem superfluous ; we prefer letting our Gins and Mills speak for thcnisalves, and have only to Tefer to the many planters we have sold to,in the lust seven years. Wc will, however, re- fer thoso unacquainted with the character of our work, to JUessrs. R. & D, G. Mills, James Sorley an...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 24 August 1854

A :. -a V- VJ- " ' -r r -T PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY "-J. EAJVCASTER. 71 TERMS: Subscription for one year, $3 ; for six month $175; for three months. $1 25. Subscribers no paying.in. advance, Trill be charged 5 at the end of the year. Payment within two months from tna mailing of the first number, mil be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year 5, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one year, -unless a special understandingis made with the publisher. No paper will be discontinued (except at the option of the publisher) until all arrearages are ,a.id. . ' AH ilno; fn ihU office may be remitted per mail good and available Bank notes, at the risk of inne Editor, the postage ot au teita using juiu ty thejvriters. The postage of single letter os scarcely of any account to the writer. It is rhe accumulation of postage in an extensive bus- iness, which operates as a serious tax upon 5dltors. ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 24 August 1854

WMb.- in ii i in ii h msfaL'nigii'.u,jmtwj, ,u.uu . .yASiiats 5755 Votae 6-NBfflber 3. THE TEXAS RANGER AND LONE STAR. fcSf-i . Sst2s i -J?iS -'iKr&s THE TEXAS RiGER. J. LANCASTER, Editor. iBasljington, Qtxcis. THURSDAY, ATJGUST 31, 1854. Tc-Advertisers, The Texas Ranger offers great inducements to business men, who ivish to avail themselves of the benefits of advertising. Being the largest paper in Western Texas, and having a circulation in every county in the State, as "well as in every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in his columns, trill be most amply remunerated. , G. W. Crawford, Esq'r., is my authorized agent, to Teceive and receipt for moneys due the the " cxas Ranger and Lone Star; also to receive Bnbscriptions and advertisements for the same. J. Lancaster. Dr. E. It. Huhby, JTew York, is an authorized agent for this paper. -Apolosy. In consequence of the sickness of two of our compositors, and the disability of ourself from the'...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 24 August 1854

. ' 'b-jto. mi &&r TEXAS SAMER, AN LORE STAB. ."., -- . trt PROCLAMATION. ; By ibe Governor of State of Texas. WHEREAS, James R. Burns and James Bunce arc charged with having committed murder upon the body of William Bird, in - the county of Austin, of this State, on the Tthday of Angust A. D. 1854 ; and where- as, it has been made known to me that said " Burns and Bunce have fled from justice. Now therefore, he it known thatl.E M Peask, Governor of said State, hv vir'.ue of theautnon- ty vested in me by law, do hereby offer a reward -of three hundred dollars for the apprehension and delivery of the said Burns and Bunce, or one 'hundred and fifty for the apprehension and deliv- ery of either of them, to the Sheriff of Austin -county, in order that they may he dealt with ac- cording to law. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand, and caused the creat seal of the State to be gSfev affixed, at the City of Austin, tins Lthe 26th day of August A. v. icu-x. iS. 21. r.Ac...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 24 August 1854

V. , - ..... ' """ "-ir-iriT- . y.r--, . -fe-,.- -.. .. ..-.. ,., r.:. ,. , - THE TEXAS HANGER, AND LONE STAB. fotctistawnis. B. Herzog TAILOR. ANKOUNCES to the citizens of Washington and vicinity, that he has returned from the northern and southern cities, where he has heen sojourning since last Pall, and e is now pre- pared to supply the w ardrooes of gentlemen, af- ter the latest and most approved styles, always, lowever, cousulting the peculiar tastes of those who may favor him with their patronage. He returns thanks for past patronage, so liber- ally extended to him, and solicits a continuance of the same, feeling confident that he can give full , satisfaction in all the branches of his trade, and in every particular. His establishment is just opposite the Post Office. , Washington, Texas April 11. IVoticeto Planters. Cotton Gin if Corn Jilill Manufacturers, HTOTTSVUE, TEXAS. kVID AYJ3RY & ItUFUS RHODES Will be prepared by the 1st of April next, to de liver Gins and Mills t...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 8 September 1854

l)e fe:a0 Hanger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J. XAJTOASTER. . TERMS: . Subscription for one year, S3 ; for six month 1 75; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers no paying in advance, will be charged $o at the end of the year. Payment within two months from the mailing of the first number, will be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $o, m advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a special understandingismade "with the publisher. No paper will be discontinued (except at the ction of the publisher) until all arrearages are paid. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters being paid by the writers. The postage of a single letter is Ecarcely of any account to the writer. It is the accumulation of postage in an extensive bus- tness, which operates as a serious tax upon Editors. Terms of ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 8 September 1854

BMtwTm., acrtHB! rwa wjmhh ,mhijii ' '-.tuBBa ....i... ,..w.l,,Tii.n,1jt , i. !.Twf'iMi ..ii'. -'- -'..'-I '.y.11 , f;m,jJ,.ffgl'Wi".a-i,iiJ-''-u-.itapJLiH".'Ai .1 '....... wi; :..;. i.i .1' i - .1.. tai.jpt f m fire hp 1? 4 & AND HIE STAB. er 4. WMole limber 264 THE TEXAS RAIER. L 3. LAKCASTJERj Editor. asljingtnit, Stems THUBSDAX, SEPTEMBER 8, 1854. To IdTerliscrSrheTeras Hanger offers grea b indnceaaents to iiisineis men. wio wish io avail themselves of tlie benefits of advertising. Being tne largest paper in "Western Texas, and having a circulation in -eTery county in llieStatej as well asm everySouthern State, the proprietor flatters Jiimself that those who advertise in his columns. Trill he most amply remunerated. G. W. Crxwtohd, Esqr., is my authorized agent, to receive and Teceiptfor moneys doe the tee I exas -Hanger ana xone fctar; also to receive subscriptions and advertisements for the same. J. IiAICCA&TER. Dr.E. E. Hubhy, Sew York, is an authorized agent for this...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 8 September 1854

WjLiu. guiitu UMK1 "SMtfn" asajnami "-gr! HaKSESEaSSDSfiS asEsssssaBESZ3of2szsaai3Sssssss SSfrCSCESSSZ r.7iTJivTw,t'ira'";,;'c:as!J"'.',ii tt.irrrr.iraaBgBtygaararaga.'.! .'.'j ". ..s T!XA RAfl.GEB, MB L t 3f ao itoertiscmciite. Trustee Sale. WHEREAS Robert A. Lott and Susan C. Lott, under date of 22 March, 1854, con- veyed to me in trust the following described prop- erty and lands, viz: Sixteen Labors of Land, sit- uated in Bexar District, on the waters of the San- ta Clara, it being "the same tract of Land, grant- ed ft J. L. Hood, and William H. Steele, assignees of Gaudaloupo Torres by letters patent bearing date May 20, 1846, signed by J. Pinckney Hender- son, Governor andThos. fm. Ward, Commission- er of the 'GenL Land Office. Also ten Labors of Land situated in Bexar District, en the waters oi Martina Creek, it being the same tract granted to J. L. Hood and William H. Steel by lettcis patent, bearing date May 20th. 2S4o signed by jYPinkney Henderson, Governor and Thos. Y, ni...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 8 September 1854

-II iTiMMMaaE .- 'JJVJl---T3J-.lL-.T.Jf--.'lJ.. -!, ''V;;7J?:iVVi',lSMl.ISt..,,lJ.tSMi';jri;,.ffr-i;':. - . - ' To Printers. kv new edition of the Specimen Book of Botce' t ii - -m fTr -arJU b -nublished Jwwiir.AT,n', v" :" tn those KSirnilto who mil send for K. iLu -;n fcp fnrwjirdftd thembv mail on receipt in advance, of fifty cents for the postage. jj In it' are exhibited many articles never r shown: there have been added to the xoxmjfi tQ -varieties of Eoman types from ime-W tMm pearl, various imitations of ritD! Vand Hlu- er of Pancy fonts, Borders bath I pletefoun. -minatcd, Labor "Saving Knles, anda" dry of Germans. Axe Cast from a The types now manufacture durability, and new combination of metal J0i large quantities. and are usually kept onjf -weight and at the Every fancy font is soWm 10 t0 25 per cent. printed -prices, which arjr fotuiaries. All oth- less than those of wmeeyJurHisie(j at manufactn- er printing materials or credit. xerV prices eitberfg qjoq accounts -with ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 15 September 1854

nmmmmmmmmmmmtmmm . - r -1 i Ktm ijuN . mmjww& v . ujmjjjuppwji-. m . 1 8ttj8eaB Hanger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT J J. LANCASTER. . TERMS: Subscription for one year, S3 ; for six month aljyT.o; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers no paying in advance, trill be charged $5 at the end of the year. Payment "within two months from -the'mailing of the first number, Trill be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, in ..advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one tyear, unless a special nnderstandingis made with the publisher. No paper will be discontinued (except at the of tion' of the publisher) until all arrearages are paid. it All dues to this office mav be remitted per mail . in good and available Bank notes, at the risk of 4the Editor, the postage of all letters leing paid 6y the writers. The postage of a single letter 1b scarcely of any account to the writer. It is :the accumulation ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 15 September 1854

. 4, s-V T 3 W t m Moie 6-$tomler 5. TIE T1XAS BAMER AND LONl STAB. Whole Number 265. -1HE TEXAS MHR. 3. I.AR CASTER, Editor. ttiasljmgtott, fttxas. THHRSDAT, SEPTEMBER 14, 1854. To Advertisers. The Texas Sanger offers grea inducements to business men, -who wish to avail themselves of the benefits of advertising. Being thelargest -paper in Western Texas, and having a circulation in every county in the State, as "well ttsSn.very Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in his columns, will be most amply remunerated. G. W. Craaytord, Esq'r., is my authorized aent, to receive and receipt for moneys due the the Texas Banger and Lone Star; also to receive subscriptions and advertisements for the same. J. Lancaster. Dr. E. R. Hubby, New York, is an authorized agent for this paper. T?o tne People of the Brazos Valley. The Convention which lately assembled at "Wasbington. for the purpose of devising -ways and means to improve the navigation of -he Brazos rive...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 15 September 1854

tnMvvfww1 ' 4QiimJuU!UlgW uwi......... ....iu'c.Trra,rottrg;r-,aiy -V-HHUJBS BJ" lL!"t!!L JK3L-?iSK:x-t-9S'??S&i.- ; TI'l TBIAS 1AMI n -- t- .-. 5 21 .xbutrtismtttt0- Notice. k fLL persons are hereby cautione d not to pur- m nirnni,. 4-i. v.- n Wnto nf l.nnrl drawn by the subscriber in favor of Jacob Stimemire, aa- ted the 5th day of Sept. 1854, at Rock Island and payable on the first day of January 1855, as the Consideration for the same has failed, and I wiu notpay it. M. A. Cowen. .Sepfc.14, 1854-5-3L Trustee Sale. n WHEREAS Robert A. Lott and Susan o. Lott, under date of 22 March, 18o4, con- Teyed to me in trust the following described pron- erty and lands, viz : Sixteen Labors of Land, sit- uated in Bexar District, on the -waters of the &an- t'a Clara, it being the same tract of Land, grant- ed to J. L. Hood, and William H. Steele, assignees of Gaudaloupe Torres by letters patent bearing date May 20, 1846, signed by J. Pinckney Henuer- ch, Governor and Ihos. Wm. Ward, C...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 15 September 1854

t-"'"11 JJJ---IL J WW.HJTOlH.i.m I III I II III I I wffii on Jfi I'l ft A TM JSiJft, All v To Printers. new edition of the Specimen Book of Brttce's New xork Tvpe-Foundry will be published in. September, 1858. and trill be given to those proprietors of Printing Offices -who trill send for it; orit trill be forwarded them by mail on receipt, 'in advance, of fifty cents for the postage. .In it are exhibited many articles never before Sown: 1here have been added to the Foundry new varieties of Eoinan types from Nine-line Pica to pearl, various imitations of "Writing, a great num- ber of Fancy fonts, Borders bath Ploin and Illu- minated, Labor Saving Kules, and a complete foun- dry of Germans. The types notv manufactured arc cast-from a mew combination of uetal of great durability, and and are usually kept on hand in large quantities. Every fancy "font is sold by weight and at the printed prices, which arc from 10 to 25 per cent, less than those of come other foundries. All oth- er prin...

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