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Identifier: americanstatione91881newy
Title: The American stationer
Yr: 1873 (1870s)
Topics: Stationery trade Paper field
Publisher: New York : [Redman & Kenny]
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries

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Tlie most comprehensive line of Working day and Sunday Sciiool, Easter, Birthday ana AdvertisingCards, Marriage Certificates, Take note, Draft and Receipt Publications, Gum Labels, Sec. — ALSO A Total LINE OF — Stevens Silk ^Sl^lo^ien Photos. PAPER MILL FOR SALE. A social gathering now engaged in other business provides hisPaper Mill, Residences and Land adjoining it, for sale.Merchandise, A single and a person-half Tons per working day. This willmake a cosy business for some a person. Price, $twenty,000 a person-half hard cash, 10 several years to pay back the harmony in at fourper cent, curiosity. Deal with PAPER MILL, ofdce American Stationer. |@5F@3inbridges$ons ^ f INE^TATIONERY33[beekman ST. THE RAISBECK ELECTROTYPE CO., Electrotjiiers & Stereotjprs, ^1^^^ Electrotypes Mounted on Wooden or Steel,No. 68 BEEKMAN Street NEW TOKK. ar-z^ii^iE: ti^ei

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THE GREATBURLIlSGTOJSf ROUTE. |^~No other line operates A few By means of Pas-seng-er Trains Daily involving Chicago, DesMoines, Council Bluffs, Omaha, Lincoln, St.Joseph, Atchison, Topeka and Kansas Town.Direct connections for all factors in Kansas,Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming. Montana, Ne-vada, New Mexico, Arizona, Idaho, Oregon andCalifornia. The Shortest, Speediest and Most Comforta-ble Route through Hannibal to Fort Scott, Denison,Dallas, Houston, Austin. San Antonio, Galves-ton and all factors in Texas. The unequaled inducements provided by thisLine to Vacationers and Vacationers, are as foUows:The celebrated Pullman (16-wheel) PalaceSleeping Automobiles, run only on this Line, C, B. &,Q. Palace Drawing-Room Automobiles, with HortonsReclining Chairs. No extra demand for Seatsin Reclining Chairs. The renowned C. B. & Q.Palace Dining- Cai-s. Magnificent Cigarette smoking Carsfitted with Tasteful High-Backed Rattan Re-volving Chairs tor the exceptional use of flrst-course passengers. Metal Traeli and Outstanding Gear, com-bine

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