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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 November 1888

b K V N V 4 CHAPTER V 5 > HILE thla slm WVS pie pastoral We- > s y wasc entered V around the ft s icss Sr schoolhouse In WSSl the clearing 3 > broken only by an occasional warning pistjl shot in the direction of tie Harris onMcKlriatry boundaries the more business part ol Indian Spring was cvertktn oy one of thtee spasms ol en- terprise peculUr to U CslIIornian min- ing settlements The opening ol Eureka ditch and the extension o stagecoach communication from Dg Bluff were cventB ol no small importance end were celebrated on the ctns day The double occasion overtaxing even the flaent rheto- ric ol tie sdltor ol the Star kit nim struggling in the metaphorical diffijultlea cl a Ptctollan spring which he had roehly turned Into the Bitch aid obliged hlra to trans- fer the onerous duty ol writing the edi- torial on th3 Big EiuE Extension to the hands of lb Han Abntr Dean assembly man from Angels Too los ol the Hon Mr Dsins tight cv3 In an early pioneer Irtcas did sot prevent him ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 November 1888

V tf t t to taLe Only one f JoSft PuMrvtgetable Pnco J cent3 olutely Pure rrcTOiTiio AirnrvElolpcrt Sac wtaleeoicenc t Horo ceon ha ordinary Jdnds and cunno be 0SIH9 With the multitude Of IOT7 relent alani ci phosphate powders SBrPO 108 Wall stmt New York g = Positively Cl ft these little Mouth Coated 5gue They also reliovi lESIOHS CO Prcjrj lTe7 7el r5S8SaSE 322KHZ33 Indlges T tarty Sjlnfc A per t remedy for Dlzzl SJsea Drotral 5 Had Taste In tne Jin In the SIdo TOR PID IXTEH AcS fesirJeinilato the Bowel pSnt CofttipaUoa and Piles Theg I0351EITE3 County Trce u r Uottca wl 1 male Fort Worth Ma G rm la the Bprtrg when his family will move to this ciU IJ the plans en fjot aru carried oat Tort Worm will fc vc nineteen acd one hall rnc3 ol electric railway ocfore msny moEt23 hiV3 ptE = cd During the monlh of November new buildings to cost over 55000 bsvo been started or the contracts let Not a bid record lor a dell month Tha proposed special charter for the city ot Fort Worth la nearly ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 November 1888

X MOOEAT PUBLISHING COMPANY THE NATIONAL CAPITAL Congressman Orain Interviewed by the Gazettes Washington Representa- tive The Next House Ce HoTiment to Kubllinea a Democratic O A K the Blockade at Port an Price in Haiti CHAIN INTERVIEWED Speelal to tba Gazette 11 K All time ASHINGTON Nov 28 0 on gressman Craln speaks aa follows concerning the or- ganization of the noit bouse Same men call- ing themselves Democrats con cede tnat the uuase is Republican and then go on to say that It mill be better for tad Democratic party It the bouse is Republican which they hope will be the case Such talk as that makes me tired If it is better for the Democratic party that the house be Republican should we nave fought for it The idea that it would be better for the Democratic party Mr Crala does cot believe In laying the defeat of the party at the door of the president The president said he sent us his tariff retorm message on which the campaign was fougat When it reached the house that was the end...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 November 1888

tfc multy torft PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY BTTHB OEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY PcbUxnsrs and Proprietors Opca tfPSUcaS < mS03 W Sscond Street SrUred at the Sort IForflt Texas PoUott at WendOati Matt Matter WAll Itttiri er ecnaacnlcitloni for THE GA IKXK qhttEtr on bg lnt cr for publication iialdbl iddrcstoltoTHE GAZETTE or DEH WKAT fflBLISHIHQ CO Fort Worth Tsx 12D HOT TO AIT INDIVIDUAL All eomnsnicatloM Inttcici for publication sit bl accompanied by tb writers name and Ue rtilnat for pnbUeiUcnbat u an tvldinci rfgiod faith Partita vrlUsj to THE SAZSTTK on bullous imeatf U themislm wW pliui Incioil itamp tir r rly = Tula panaris kept on filo and ADVEBTI8 ascertained at the offloe of iko TATE8 may bo hew York or 48800IAT10K Temple Court from Its Eastern Business Offloo ZWctins BjUine Baa Tor AJSZHNGrTOPT OFFICE itSBi 31 14S4 1T3 York Ateniu B W BPOPSOBD Correspondent IRATES OF SUBSCRIPTION S TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS ITottagt Prepaid tv the PuZZislurt Dally Weekly COI One Year Jl CO aiYcar 41...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 November 1888

u < OUR omcKRs Who the Men Are Who Will Attend to Ahe Public Affairs of Tarrant County for Two Years Srlel Blacrapatcal Btetenes Bnovtae Hew the lumen Boji and ttto Mechanic Urto Mode Btcords lor thtmaelvei All the county officers elected on the Cthdiy cf this month nave taken their seats except Judge Beckham who holds over and whose certificate ccmes from the governor and Representative Parker who takes his seat when the legislature meets In January All were elected by handsome mejorltlea on the Demo- cratic ticket and the party has good cause to be proud ot their records It will be interesting to know something ox the life history ol these men ISAAC DUKE PARSER Tae next represen judge and was re nominated by the recent con > a tative o i Tarrant county In the state 1 e gislatu e was born In Crawiord county II1I nois on Oc- tober 2 3 1821 In U833 his porentfl came to Texas and settled at Anderson In Grimes county where Captain Par a atier built BCRbnonSundsyDecemi r251833 In ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 November 1888

Sfe IteHg teife PUBLISHED EVEBT FBLUAY BTTHB OEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY Publishers and Proprietor Tms Is excellent weather for Impress Ing tho need ot Rood roads on the people ol Fort Worth and Tarrant county To GotxesokBo S and Commissioner Hall Hecommend protection ol the actual settler to the Twentyfirst leglsla ture < The melancholy fact Is recalled that Grandfather Harrison was the last sue cesstnl candidate ol the Whig party His tory never tails to repeat Itself it it only has the material with which to work Thx Chicago Tribune is making an un usually rigorous and fiery campaign against the 6onth Joseph Is aU right the embarrassment ct a Republican tree trader at this juncture might excuse worse things than this Dddlby has not returned to Indiana and will probably not be seen on his na tive heath for mnny moons It might be embarrassing to the new administration to have to send to the Indiana penlten tiary for counsel in the hour o its ex tremity UP I Ex President Hayes Is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 November 1888

K ir M t f5 v > t HISiDERCORW ThoonljRiroirefrf Corns Stops all pain omforttotlien Velmiggista Hlscoxi be 1 pari rodfcTHlual is 1XSCITVUV J AS L laines a Nerve wrought < lKappea of the stomach at ricat si pe Z Painef pfeyC Emmmm litis Afthma Indigestion Use TONIC without delay It Tof the Throat and Hreth iandallpaiiuianddL iorders A Postal card font to ft us will brine m u an Illustrated Price List orld jjmz candle the wonderful dndhtnnolTiimvt the finest Iwp In the tflrOPPEDy FREE bronfff Single lamps boxed and wnt by express Vt our houao on receipt of wholesale price IADSTOVtt LAMP CO 10 VLkST UT11 ST KfcW YoBE ostored GREAT scuredathomeirftl ut paliyraiok otaj yFOR SE Gf3L a miv I1UUK ON DEBILITY I hpLuo ooly t Uteris lrniS K inAlEaJG BetGHSaSSs before 11 BaQltbJKSP Ireclnot No 1 Tanrnnt onntJ ffix otypaSlh dayoJ N vcmbtr lt83 ponoroiKpopit v Jjcai oljthirteen and a nttl ZVi on3t tip and T B on tflotiViiB lriwiWfiUl Tit no brands liftfeA hUbrQiBO cnrvliay maro JlliSOrtil bi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 November 1888

6 CHT TTR VII HEN the door closed on llupert be master pulled down the blind and trimming his lamp tried to compose himself by reading Out- side the Great day for Iodian Spring was slowly evaporating in pale mists from the river and the celebration itself spasmodically taking flight here and there in Roman candles and rockets An occasional outbreak from revellers in the barroom below a stumbling straggler along the plansed sidewalk before the hotel only seemsd to intensify the rustic stillness Forthe future of Indian Spring was still so remote thtt Nature insensibly reinvested its boundaries on the slight at relaxation of civic ioflaence and Mr Ford lifted his head from the glowicg columns of the Star to listen to the faroS yelp of a coyote on the opposite snore He was alco conscious of the recur- rence of that vague pleasurable recol- lection so Indefinite that when he sought to identify ii with anything even the finding of the myrtle sprays on his desk it evaded him Ho trka to wor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 November 1888

h I X r L fV > > > Paul Prv Doss s Littls Peeping at tha Pretty Woman in Their Pied Plumage and Prays Pardon DetcrJpUoPB tJcBlrfatd to Best Differ- ent Lt maads in Economical Hlru rar Dtnghiart Ureases VlilOBi of the Cominect KrlnKrloglo Xht FlsEtra Hkllllo1 10 Many Ingenious Devices raatlon Notes Bcclpet FBE dull git skies that hive turg like a pail over Ue clt > have exeitcd 5 depressing ef- fect on all iven those the world deema rlvolcna have jiotetcapedthe election lor birds ot fine plumage rosy De is gregar lOUS 3 tCEO ot more somber colors and they certainly are moro ambitious c dis- play and wai tot spread their varied Hues to citch fc shower or where there is no ore to rival cr to admire Since old Sol has benevolently ehoce ont and made the eth lair pretty v < cmen venture ont and > eye Is oree more satisfied with glimp b of bright raiment and ot dainty icrm3 no lougw hidden in rainproof garments Lightly stepping down tna street comes a bright vision the li...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 November 1888

filfeouteIy Pure C x lf9warmsTorTan i Ainarvelcf ptri y > h V 8 stflfeca nd flo o juesosj More tcin tzUojKhin the ordl ry kinds and canao be s mitlcs with tho multitude ot low moil i > ighs l ura ot OOn lw fftl itrsst NewYor ADAGHEJ Positively Cured b these UtUo Fillip trcS toom ngspepsla Indi ggnjitid T Hoart Eatlng A per fectitymedy for Dlzzi JNausea Drovrei ess Cad Taste In the i puth ae4gsrh e Pain In the SIdeTOa IJVfeAta They reeulato the Boweh and Piles The Jmaraa tnd easiest to take Only one pill L a Purely vegetable Price 25 cents JHMGip JEW a Thirty head inc t younglmlls ail y bgjfWam lieSfcmaklng tH30TSfl < iflo > iiftf pounds irnporaorcwo and BAUM A GAKBET At Young Andrews Kuhtna YardfgFa LOCALETTES Can bonds be lstutd to mtke good count roads Is the question now being aakort on all sides Tho ricent rains hive convinced the people that good tnrn pikes are a necessity in Tarrant county SC York of Edwards county wis in the city last night and called on Tnn Gazxt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 December 1888

JjMptoms of djfetrsla dfi Are Diam WPDyes They excel in Strcngtl SJrity and I aeries are just j rSjj Beware of ftSJftationi aUj sul for It foffWf 5oii Photos W lb as rOS0 f i MOORAT PUBLISHING COMPANY FoSSslding or Bronzing Fancy Articles USE DIAMOND PAINTS Gold Silver Bronze Copper Only 10 Cnts wv5 p r eSJ5 < i > iH w SBf 5fa5 RADWAYmLS 1 DISOKDEE3 0S5 8KS HB LKS P FEVE VUcera 7eOl > ITOtfACffJiLTTB E lOSSTIPA THE BA AHMATION vegouble i = STjE Thev J CELERY S COMPOUND np the Internal tecietlons to and entblolt toporfoimltifaccslona fan tbo liability to contract diseases DIGtHSTIOKT Tbo hed taMmrBADWAY S TILLS By 10 doing DYSPEPSIA HBiDAOHB WHi bo acoompll by roc STOMAOH BILIOUSNE will ba avoided and too fop i that la eaten contitbntc lta BOBriahlEjtDioperUca rtbe satpjrt of tha natural waste and decay f the body lthBADffAT d EEADy rKLI BETTEB BEMEDY for TEYEE AKD AGUE Brilllaril NLY DuifUp Eccflolhical 4 PROOFS cc < UnnFaenr totc Sirs L A Krevtner San Jacinto Cal After ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 December 1888

JuHlibesd eveet fbwat BT THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY PablUnerf and Proprietor Second Slrau OtlctefFtOltcctloySOSW JTerfft r rcXcpca tu < SnUrti ct ths aw dC5oM tfcflKoatr BsmTititbir OB fcolnui or leg pcMtcatton MSFmSSZ Cohort WO JTttoaawwFatitaUtlu Kir aw nd JiJlf ilrittertl THE BAZETS3 OB buiinill > aSswalua iiln > TUlsltrelnloK ittnp Urrtjly This caper Is kept on file and ADVEBTIS ert ted at toe office ol fKOB ra may ASSOCIATION TsfflPle Court hew York cr Hob Ita SSostorxi Business Offlco bb Sta Teri < a Tritw WABHINOTON OFFICE B 17 KM Tor Avenue 1434 1m 31 nPorrOBD Corrapondent IBATES OF BUaSORIPTIOK 3 10 UAH SOSSCBIBSES l tint rrtpait bit the Publishers 413 001 One Tear Jl CO fft MrSft i E CO Six Month 60 SL V X 00 Three Montis 40 S Mx bESte ryr JLK > 6 months S100 ETSlKABtT IH ADVAKCTE DAlLYa Uvciedin the city b carrier at 003 par month or 25o per week Subscribers wishing their address chang tte new or urn tl old address ti well as ckange cannot bo made fe 0...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 December 1888

K i WHmfflnjfflPDHT He Reviews Ihe Growth and Condition of the United States Navy Vast Possibilities The Subject of Armored Ships Treated OIBpeed of the American Craft Construction at Home A Navy Bcoocd Among the XaMonsPro tecllon at the Carrying trade Deitrnc tlve Veiieli Under Construction THE STATE OF THE SAW ASHINGTON Nov 30 Sjcre tary Whitney has made bis an- nual report to the president Alter a brief review of the condition of the navy 83 itwill exist on the 1th day ot March 18S9 in comparison with the same as It existed on the 4th day of March 1885 and furnishing a list of annoied vessels heretofore anthorz d by congress the secretary says So far as armored ships are concerned the subject Is yet to be treated in a broad- way by the department and by congress At the present time the conditions re such that everything necessary to a flrat clas fighting ship can be produced and lurnished to the department in this conn try as soon as in course of construction or my element or fea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 December 1888

ffte smMv fiieato PU3LIB11ED EVERT FRIDAY isr TSB CEMQCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY PubHshers and Proprietors The Baptist Congress will hold Its ees Bion at Richmond this year beginning to- day The Hon J L M Carry Is the president and some ol the moat distin- guished men in the denomination will epeak on the following topics Educa- tion in Pnbllc and Parochial Schools Temperance including Hlghtcenso and Prohibition A Kitional Divine Law lilmlts of Immigration Eomtnlsm inRs latl8n to Scientific Thought and its Po- litical Aspects Mohammedan Propagand Ism Christian Science and Purity of the Church The headquarters of divisions of the railway postal set vice are now as follows Division 1 Boston division 2 Haw York City division 3 Washington City division 4 Atlanta Gaorgli division G Cincinnati division 6 Chicago Civlsioo 7 St Louis division S 8in Francisco divisions Cleveland division 10 Minne- apolis division 11 Fort Worth In efitebilehing the new division at Port Worth the government consi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 December 1888

K K S < LIVBSJOK NOTES AJz > fTB man v h talk jca jJdy nh a gentle > Tho has cocfl tAial intoimatlon frtgaralEg tho lnten Iocs c tne National Betl Producers and Butchers A socIa Hod the joint organ tztlon eet on foot at tt Eonls recently Ssoclaiun has made arratgements 1y45ve Introduced In ever legislature t meets this winter a bill establisHlng Jrecal cattle Inspection as set forth In the iesoiulloc s passed Dy the convention at S LVnis and Col- onel JOBroadbcxd president of the American B r Aesoclatlon Ib now pre- paring a draft of the measnro desired Thfi commutes cf the association having the business In charge will go to work at encstohave the rmasuro acted upon Alreidy before the bill his be n drafted senators of Colorado Kew Mixtco Kan- sas and Texts hive sent in requests for copies cf it ana this without solicitation from Inter sted parties thua evincing an interest in the bnsiness not expected by ts most ardact supporters The new association promBes to have c lirge...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 December 1888

Qo wita some sigoia cce tiers of Indian Spring iy like most interior seiteints was origi- nally aid such its f raining encampraev ai itlis sad took from ° t 1 e tte iiL b my tn and settle the jnnaers and ee tl s dsrivd thU Sf1wood ° n ° ° em whch possession of the sell uiier tne ffilLlc SW1011 throughin tfiins my own way eh ortfnrto aid awe that took prcced re 1 cf all ottw ppWciUoa acquired the Ttat certainly w a sumption cl tneir belt land open to preoccap Ujc o n ng Honored Matfax veyicglnaamirBbly artificial ment of school land wsrnts upon their Few of tae tqaiters bsd taken the j trouble to perfect tv c tisesfi easy tltlei merely holding pocaeaaion for agiicul tural or domicillfry purposes ecd snb ject only to tee invari in of jamtrs a class rf artyaaurere who in tha abey asce c recogc z d lcenltlle jaroped or fo clily eezjd ecch portions ci a squatters dcm lns as Were not pro teeed by fencing or snperior force It was therefore with some exitemed that Indian Spring received the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 December 1888

r Xnsricau GUIs Charm the Eya and Satisfy Demand Artistic and Hjeenlc Although Compos- ite in Character DrctstB Dttcribzd for Yrlcns Occa cIcdb etd Adapted to 111 PatpostB and All rnrsei ChrUinus HIntEo A rrottit srclnsttt > e TtKCttlse ol Honte kscplmr Jonrnelt That MoiJ rn Wives Nctd of CcxulBOt fnteMce ASHIOS 8 by ro means the aroltrary dicta- tor that it is often termed frequently call- ed a qaeec the may rule royal ly but she Is not Mi an autocrat her u l law3 are ever modlflsd bylaws > sWk of n6tnre nd j laws ol Boclety fv Tnls truth is made evident to a caMul ob server oltbev rled casiurnes of d ffdrent ration and becomes strik- ingly manifested by in attempt to array people of one nation in the drees of that of another An Englishwoman is not at home in a Greek gown rors German fitted lor tie costumes of the French- woman The drsts of a peor13 is a na- tional exponent for it is an expression of thought and may be said to lndtx heir progress in refinement and taste in ar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 7 December 1888

1A 11 Hon BarneU Qlbba cl Dallas was In ort Worth last night on his way home trom Bociport He Is BJDgulcc cl se- curing deep wtUr atd eajs he will c > me to Fort Worth ehortly and liveot ia F > it Worth eEterprhca Tne Trinity Is high two leet cvar the crib at the wa crworfc and Ih3 water Is vert muddy but go perfect la ths gtsg wo 1 sjatem that the water luralEiicd tne city is as dear as the tears cl an angel shed lor iy at the rapentaree ol a sinner Dr I Kooie ol Wichita Fills wa3 in Fort Worth yeeterday to lorm a mining company to operate rich copper fields in Arzjc near Bebee He thicks Fort Worth a name coupled with success and the cmpany will thtreloro bear that title Mr G W Hargrove has shown Tnn Gazctte a lot o 11 is Ireeh Irish pota- toes Gtiz Inni tho ground on November The potatcoj were erevn oa the nd near the City Uc 1 sold by Captain t Sfrana Btil to iox Cjo er cl Kwsas fCity What da tgagpeaple tl Dakota Iowa and Nit E fSad sfiy to thL < tCrf Do no and admiral a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 December 1888

DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO THE GAZETTE THE PAST AND PRESENT OF THE FAVORITE NORTH TEXAS NEWSPAPER THE HUMBLE BEGINNING AND THE PRESENT GRATIFYING PROSPECT FOR THE FUTURE The History of The Gazette is the Histoty of Fort Worth for the Twain Are One PEETTY CLOTHES DO NOT MAKE A PKETTY BIRD AND THE GAZETTE WILL ACT OX THE MAXIM THAT PRETTY IS AS PRETTY DOES Few newspapers attain prominence or power without passing through many vi- cissitudes ami encountering many obsta- cles The history of most of the great journals of the country is the history of haul work and patient endeavor upon the part of those who made them great and all too often the history of ruin and de- spair The cause for this is found in the fact that your true newspaper man is too enterprising for his surroundings He triei us the prints are wont to ex- press it to run a nonpareil paper in a Mimll pica town The result is year of hard work with poor returns and frequently the necessity of letting go just as the boom is coming...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 14 December 1888

s c has cut through the chalk with his gra- ver has made a correspondingly raised lino on tho metal that will print when plapccl on the press Every place that tUs chalk was left uncut will serve to form a raised place on the plate and therefore an indentation in the metal cast moulded from it Of course only the raised lines on tho metal cast will print so that where the chalk was on the plate shows correspondingly white in the pict- ure printed This metal cast is now turned over to the 4 finisher who saws it to the size desired trims and smooths down any rough places ou the edges and touches up with an engraving tool any defects that may have been made in tills easting When this is done the cast is ready to be placed in the form with the type and must bo stereotyped again with it Illustrations Uf this kind can be made very rapidly Far instaneo a cabinet sizo picture of a person can be engraved in half and hour and made ready for press in another half hour Larger outs take a much lon...

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