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PALMER

& REV

SPECIMEN BOOK
SAM FRANCISCO*

Los ANGELES;

&
TYPE FOUNDERS

PRINTERS' ARMS.

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.


PORTLAND, OREGON.

Los ANGELES, CAL.


46 TRIBUNE BUILDING. NEW YORK.

.JSAN FRANCISCO;

NEWSPAPER

UNION.

PALMER & REVS


THIRD REVISED

SPECIMEN BOOK
..

PRICE LIST

PRINTING MATERIAL

1887

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PLEASE NOTICED

QUOTATIONS

throughout

this

book are subject

to

change from time to time, and every party requirwith us, and secure
ing material should communicate

an estimate

at the lowest prices at time of purchase.

Yours truly,

PALMER & REY.

TO THE TRADE,

presenting

(NBook,
detail,

in

we

to

the trade a

new

invite attention tn

enabling

the

WB

business,

his

the styles and faces manufactured at our

choicest selections

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SpecimEn

nnnipleteness in every

printer to select a complete outfit

of

every department

edition nf nur

its

show not only


own foundry, but

from tha leading foundries

of

the

United States,

new ideas of the day will be shown


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filling

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Its

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of

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all its

strict

of the past,

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KEY.

INDEX
A

Business Talk
Acadian
Acadian No. 2
Aldine

Amalgamated

17-20
115
115
51

123

Script

Antique Extended No. 3


Antique Extended No. 1
Antique Title
Antique Condensed No. 4
Antique Pointed
Antique Extended No. 4
Aquatint
Arabesque
Arboret No. 2
Architectural Combination
Athenian
Auroral

57
57
57
59
60

65
155

Card Ornaments, Series 3


Card Ornaments

187
180

Chicago Script
( 'ircular Gothic

129

95

Mrrous

Clarendon
Clarendon
Clarendon
Clarendon
Cleveland
Concave

141
61

67

Circular Italic

27

Combination
Combination
Combination
Combination

Belle Script

121

Belle Script No. 2


Black Star Letter Combination

121

218

Black Ornamented No. 3


Black Condensed No. 3
Boston Script

168

Condensed Aldine.

1(58

('ondensed Aldine

124

Condensed Athenian
Concave Condensed
Condensed Geometric
( 'ameo Shaded.

149

217
104
.154

Auxiliaries, Series 3
Auxiliaries, Scries 2

15)0

Auxiliaries

224

Banner Border No.

H>1

213

'<

69

Boldface Celtic
P.raxs Rule
Celtic No. 4

225 to 239
102

ipperplate .....

Campaign
Crayon
Chinese
Card Backs, Signs, Tints, Etc
Combination Border No. 1
Combination Border No. 2
Combination Border No. 3
Combination Border No. 4

78

( '(

53

54
55
105
66
107
146
Ill

212

212

Doric Shaded

156

Border No. 6
Border No. 89
Border No. 24

212

Border, Series 91
Series, No. 3

189

Card Ornaments, Series 1


Card Ornaments, Series 2

58

196

Combination
Combination
Combination
Combination
Combination
Combination
Combination
Combination

216
214
192

183
.182

9. ...

58

Daisy Border
Daisy Border No. 2
Daisy Border No. 3
Diagonal Card Black
Doric

Double Scored Gothic

Series 90

58
.

'opperplate Italic
'urved Antique

Eastlake
Elzevir

Comb. Orient Border,

58

212

50

212

50

152

L'12

78

164

8.

78

150
151

216

5.

78
78

Coi ul lination Border No. 5

Ornaments, Series
Ornaments, Series
Ornaments, Series

63

57
121

Script

Gothic No. 1
Gothic No. 2
Gothic No. 3
Gothic No. 4
'ombination Gothic No. 5
Midensed No. 1
Condensed No. 4
Condensed No. 5
'ondensed Antique No. 2
Condensed Antique No. 4
Condensed Antique No. 5.
( 'ondensed
Antique No. 6

61

62

Compressed
Compressed
Extended

184

73

197
197
14(5

60

96
114

26

Extra Condensed
Extra Condensed No. 3
Egyptian Extra Condensed
Klbcron
Estimate for Job Office

53
51
77

157
.

12

Explanation of the Interchangeable


13-15
System of Bodies
224

188

Eisfs

186
186

Four-line Pica Ornamental No.

French Ionic

1..

168
75

INDEX.
French Antique
French Clarendon
French Clarendon Extended
Grecian
Geometric
Geometric Italic
Geometric Gothic
Gothic No. 2
Gothic No. 2
Gothic No. 4
Gothic No. 5
Gothic No. 7
Gothic No. 9
Gothic No. 9
Gothic No. 10
Gothic No. 11
Gothic No. 12
Gothic ( 'ondensed No. 2
Gothic Condensed No. 3
Gothic ( 'ondensed No. 4
Gothic Condensed No. 6
Gothic Condensed No. 7
Gothic Condensed No. 8
Gothic Extra Condensed No. 1
Gothic Extra Condensed No. 2
Gothic Italic No. 3
Gothic Italic No. 4
Gothic Italic No. 4
Graphic Text
Heavy Poster Roman No. 2
Heavy Poster Roman No. 3
Heading Script No. 1
Heading Script No. 2
Heading Script No. 3
Horizontal Shade
"

70
77

113

Gladiate

Holly

70

Wood Type

224

Logotypes
Logotypes
Latin Antique

240

Lightfaee Celtic

101

74

Lightfaee Condensed Celtic

99

56

107

Lightfaee Extended
Ladies' Hand Script

122

IK)

Law

109

59
100

Italic

80

Latin Italic

87

79

Lightfaee Runic
Light-face Roman No. 2

82

Light-face

110

Roman
Roman
Roman

47

No. 3
No. 4
No. 5

47
47

81-5

Light-face

80

Light-face

81

85

Lakeside Script
Logotypes, Series
.Manhattan

90

Modoc

92

Moxon

159

92

145

93

Motto
Mentor

94

Mexzotint

1(57

91

93

Modern Antique
Modern Antique Wide
Modern Antique Condensed
Mezzotint Condensed

107

94

Maltese Crosses

224

94

Mother Hubbard
Mother Hubbard

160

Media-val Initials, Series 100


Medi;eval Initials, Series 101
Manuscript No. 1

222

125

Manuscript No. 2

126

125

Normandy

125

Newspaper Cuts
Newspaper Cuts
Norman Condensed

84

91

94

98
137

48
48

153
200

Border

288

Price-list

265

73
142

100

71

72

223
126
K53

175

Estimates

Illyrian

139

Ideal

144

Inclined Antique
Inclined Boldface

108

New

108

Metal Flourishes
Obelisk

Black

133

<

04

70

101

141

(54

198

Ivy

Ionic
Ionic No. 2

47
127

Newspaper
Newspaper
Newspaper
Newspaper
Newspaper
Newspaper
Newspaper

Intial

08

170

102
11

169

Headings
Headings
Headings
Headings
Headings
Headings

)xonian

170
171

172
173
174

194
.

158

103

102

Octic

Interline Flourishes

193

Octic

Initials, Series 32

220

Initials, Series

:;.'!

220

Initials, Series 34

220

Initials, Series 35

220

Initials, Series 30

220

Initials, Series 37

220

Initials, Series 38

221

Old Style Antique


Old Style Bold
Original Borders
Original Borders
Original Borders
Original Borders
Original Borders

203
204

Initials, Series 39

221

Original Borders

205

Initials, Series 40

221

206

Initials, Series 41

221

Initials, Series 42

221

Borders
Original Borders
<
>riginal Borders

221

Original Borders

of book.

Original Borders
Octagon Inclined

Imprint

Celtic.

Initials, Series 43

Index to Wood Type


Karnac

back

..14;}

88
89
1

IS

120

200
201

202

Original

207
208

209
210
.

.162

INDEX.
Old
Old
Old
Old
Old
Old
Old
Old
Old

Style Italic, No. 3


Style, No. 3

28

Style, No. 14

30

No. 14
Stvle Two-line
Style Condensed No. 2

31

Two-line Eng. Ornamental No. 26


Three-line Pica Border No. 217
Title Extended No. 3
Typographic Flourishes
Telescopic Gothic Italic
Title No. 1

32

Title No. 4

49

33

Title No. 3

49

34

Title Italic No. 2.

Style

Condensed No.

Styles Faces

117
23, 24, 25
2<>

Style Italic,

Style

Extended

Pencraft

148

Program

100

Pencilings

102

Pencilings No. 2

162

Picturesque
Price List of

Comb. Border No.


Roman Type

24

.215

10

Pay son Script


Pin, Screw and Nail Heads
Pen Text
Pen Text No. 2

123

Unique Border, No. 322


Pica Unique Border, No. 319
Pica Unique Border, No. 323

190

192

Price-list Printing Material

289

Queen Anne Text


Rembrandt

154

179
132
131

Pic:i

191

13(5

Two-line
Two-line
Two-line
Two-line
Two-line
Two-line
Two-line

..

.168

197

56
195

98
49

53

No. 5
No. 6
No. 7

52
52
52

Ornamental
Ornamental
Ornamental
Ornamental

No. 4. ..168
No. 39. ..168
No. 26. ..168
No. 16. ..168
Three-line Nonpareil Border, No. 2. ..196
119
Two-line Old Style Antique
134
Title Text Open
135
Title Text Open No. 3
168
Two-line S. P. Ornamental No. 11.
Two-line Pica Ornamental No. 16. .. .168
168
Two-line Pica Ornamental No. 1(5
Two-line Pica Ornamental No. 21 .... 168
168
Two-line Pica Ornamental No. 30
Two-line Pica Ornamental No. 33. .. .168

Nonp.
Nonp.
Nonp.
Nonp.

Renaissance
Faces

33-43
224

Type Writer
Unique Borders

116

Recipe Marks

Rubens

117

Utility Script

138

Venetian No. 1
Venetian No. 2
Wide Black

109
112

Roman

150

Series

Signet
Stars

224
140

Stylus
Skeleton Antique No. 2
Sectional Gothic No. 1
Sectional Gothic No. 2

59
97
.

97
97

Sectional Graphic
Stencil Gothic

14S

Screw and Pin Heads


Signet Shade

224

Spinner Script

128

Templar

145

Tinted

147

139

1(55
Typographic Combination
Typographic Combination Ornaments 165
181
Typographic Charms
Two-line Eng. Ornamental No. 16. .168
Two-line Eng. Ornamental, No. 18. .168
.

112

210
130

Word Ornaments
Word Ornaments
Word Ornaments

178

No. 2
No. 3

White Star Letter Combination

Word
Word
Wood
"
"
"
"
"
"
"

178

179
219
199

Scrolls
Scrolls

198

Pages
Borders "
"
Dashes
Catch Words

241

Tyi>e

Rule

Corners

Zigzag

254
257
258

Page's.

Stars
Fists

253

"
"
"

Comb. Border,

261

262
264
Series 89

185

PRICE LIST OF

ROMAN

AMERICAN AND SCOTCH.

TYPE.

HAND PRESS NEWSPAPER ESTIMATES FOR COUNTRY PAPERS,


With Circulation of

6-col.

A RTK ILES.

Folio. 7-col.

less

than 1,000 Weekly.

Folio. 8-col.

Folio.

Size of paper Size of paper Size of paper


22x30.
24x36.
26x40.

JOB OFFICE ESTIMATES.


ESTIMATE FOR A MEDIUM

ESTIMATE FOR A SMALL

JOB OFFICE.

JOB OFFICE.
i

Eighth-medium Old Reliable Gordon

8x12

size

Press,

$200 oo

inches inside chase,)

3 Rollers, cast
i

Elm

5
i

City Card and Paper Cutter, will

cut

full
1

12 oo

sheet
1 Little

Quarto-medium Old Reliable Gordon


(7O.V/5 inches inside chase,)

8 50

Giant Lead and Rule Cutter

R oilers,

Hi.

wire

'/otti.

75

26x44

Job Stands,

pairs

26x44
I Job Stand, to hold 34 cases
3
pairs News Cases, (2. oo per pair)
a
I

600
2 70

Job Cases, full length


Quad and Space Case
Labor-saving Rule Case

ta Two-third

Mullet, soc

'alifornia
;

25

Mallet, soc

and

i
i

to

i
i
t

"

Job Galley 8^x13 in., brass lined


doz. Hempel's Quoins and Key
II

>s.

I font
i

"

8 in.

3 73

Long Leads,

Wood

Furniture, with rack

Bodkin
pair Tweezers
font Dotted Labor-saving Rule, No.
"
"
"
Single

I
I
I
i
i
i

i
i

i
I
i
I

I
i

I
I
i

I
i

x
I

a
X
X
X

I
i

"
'

"

"
"
"
"

"
"
"
"

"
"
"

Long

Pica

"
"
"
"
'

"
"

"
"
"

"
"

No.
"

oo

24 oo
29 oo
19 oo

Norman Condensed

"
Paragon
Double Pica

"
"

Nonpariel Title No.


"
"
Pica

2 15

2 30

65

2 30

2 40

"

"

3 20

3 So
3 80

Brevier Lightface Extended

"

"

i
i
i

3 30
3 4

Egyptian shaded
"
Condensed shaded....
"
"...

Double English
Double Pica Franklin Shaded

6 oo
i

4 25
5 60
4 75

i
i

3 60
6 oo
8 oo

Auxiliaries, Series 2

2 50

Screw and Pin Heads


Cincinnati Card Ornaments

3 75

Nonpariel Borders, ($2.60 per font )

Long Primer Quads and Spaces


"
"
"
Great Primer

Boxing

'

ir.i

Cartage

"

"
"

'

"

Paragon
"
Double Pica
Double English
,

"

"
"
"
"
"
"
"
"

"
"
"

20

60

"
"
"
"
"

i.ong Primer Law Italic


Great Primer Manuscript
Double Pica Boston Script

i
i

Long Leads, 6

to pica

Wood

Furniture, with rack

"

"
"
"
"
"

"

Long Primer

6 oo
2

oo

: )

Xo.

3 30

"
"

"

oo

OO

oo

$500 oo

65

"
"

40

3 20

"
"

Paragon
Double Pica

30

Norman Condensed
"

15

2 30

oo

4 25

Nonpareil Title Xo. i


Pica
Brev er Lightface Extended

3 So

Pica

3 30

'

3 80

3 30

Great Primer Wide Black


....
Egyptian shaded
"
Condensed shaded....
"
>ouble Knavish
Double Pica Franklin Shaded
Long Primer La.v Italic
< Ireat Primer
Manuscript
1 >ouble Pica Boston Script
I

Auxiliaries, Series 2

4 25
5

)ouble English

Boxing and Cartage

"
"

60

4 75
3 60

6 oo
8

oo

50
50

3 75

20

40 oo
35 65
60
...

OO
OO

00

00

'

Paragon
Double Pica

40

6 oo

Screw and Pin Heads


Cincinnati Card Ornaments

' '

OO

38 oo
3 60

"

oo

48 oo

4 40

"

Brevier

OO

'

Pica

Pica
Pica

Xo. 12
"

Brevier

Nonpareil Celtic

80
oo

71

No. 9
"

"

Great Primer

15

'

30

25
6 oo

Xonpareil Borders, 0*2. 60 per font)


Assortment of Wood Type
Rule and Reglet
i font Long Primer Quads and Spaces
"
i
Great Primer

70

3 75

font Nonpareil Gothic

' '

50

3 oo

Bodkin
pair Tweezers
font Dotted Labor-saving Rule, Xo.
"

3 3
i

Great Primer Wide Black

Itis.

'

4 oo
4 25
i

4 4

50

2 75

'

Single
Brass >ashes, Ornaments, &c
100 Itis. Brevier X o. 14, Roman
"
50 tbs Nonpariel
"
''
too tlis. Pica
i

3 oo

2 25

Hempel's Quoins and Key

font Labor-saving

6 oo

and

brass lined

in.,

12 x i3

doz.

12

8^x13

71

Nonpariel Celtic No. 4


"
"
Brevier

"

''

"

lley

r5

Lead Rack

25

50

75
12 00

in.

6 oo

"

"

"
"'

"

Brevier

Pica

10

40

2
1

Planer, soc; Shooting Stick, 7;c;

00

3 3

Great Primer

Pica

'

1'rimer

Pica

Job

'

30

II

10 oo

Patent Composing Stick

in.

Brass Dashes, Ornaments, &c


50 lt>s. Brevier No. 14, Roman
"
"
50 Ibs Nonpariel
''
"
50 Itis. Pica
i font Nonpariel Gothic No. 9
"
"
I

20

2 75

3 oo
1 80

6 to pica

Labor-saving

70

to hold 34 cases each

Cases, (^2.00 per pair)

50 quoins, soc
mproved two-third Cases

2 25

50 quoins, soc
3 Improved two-third Cases
112 in. Patent Composing Stick
i

oo

IJ OO
17 oo

ob Cases, full length


2 Quad and Space Cases
i Labor-saving Rule Case
12 Two third ( 'alifornia Cases

175
Shooting Stick, 7$c

75
1

Stone, in coffin

Imposing

News

50

50

4 J

12 oo

Cases

Planer, 500

oo

19 oo
8 50

in coffin

Imposing Stone,

in.

in.

2 40
60 oo
8

Job Black Ink


Fine Red Ink

Gauge-pins, Megill's
Job Black Ink
^lh. Fine Red Ink

14 in.

lauge-pins, Megill's

2 doz. wire
1t>.

$275 oo

cast

Paragon Lever Paper Cutter


Little Giant Lead and Rule Cutter

2 doz.

size

Press,

"

"
'

....

IO OO

$750 oo

EXPLANATION OF THE

FOR TYPES, f^ULES AND bEADS.

American. (1) This is the unit of measurement, ami is one-twelfth of Pica, or oneseventy-second of an inch. It is, of course, too small for a type body, but is used in
leads and rules. Some series of letter require the American lead in lining the faces,
where two or more sixes are used together in the same line; although its double, the

Saxon

most cases.

lead, will accomplish this in

German

Saxon

(I

and

of Pica,

'

is

.,,)

of Nonpareil.

'.,

It
J6 of Pica, and 3 of Nonpareil.
Four Saxons are equal to a Brevier;
L

is

(2)

rule bodies.

is

the most useful of the lead and

five are

equal to a Long Primer;

six are equal to a Pica.

Norse

('J'^.)

Brilliant

Ruby

(.'!)

(:>'._>)

is

is

is

of

'._,

(4) is

Diamond

(4'.,)

Pearl (5)

is

Long Primer.

of Pica,

'.;

Excelsior

Agate

of

'. t

and

'.,

Minion, and

3'of

Pica,

and

of Nonpareil.

l
.\

of English.

Brevier.

e of

'

(.">!.,)

'._,

is

Nonparie! (0)
inch exactly.

is

of

'._,

is

'.,

of Bourgeois,

and 1 4

Long Primer, and

of

'.,

'

of Great

Primer

4 of Paragon.

Small Pica.

of Pica,

and

of (rreat Primer.

(13)

Twelve Nonpareils make one

Minion

(7) is J

Brevier

(8) is

Bourgeois

'.,

(9)

Long Primer

of English.

is

PICA

(12) is

'._.

(10)

Small Pica (11)

Columbian, and

of

is

of

is

'.,

-;.

of Pica.

Great Primer, and

'._,'

of

of

'

3
3

of Pica.

It is

exactly

g of

an inch.

Paragon.

Double Small

Pica.

>4of an inch.

English (14) is 2-lines Minion; a Nonpareil and a Brevier; an Excelsior and a Long
Primer. A Pica and a Saxon lead justify with it.

Columbian (ll>)
and a Pica etc.

is

2-lines Brevier;

a Nonpareil ami a

Long Primer; an Excelsior

Great Primer (18) is 2-lines Bourgeois o-lines Nonpareil a Brevier and a Long
A Great Primer o-em space is the same as a Nonpareil :!-em quad. Great
Primer is exactly * 4 of an inch.
;

Primer.

Paragon
English

(20) is 2-lines

Long Primer; a Brevier and a Pica;

a Nonpareil and an

etc.

Double Small Pica (22) is 2-lines Small Pica a Long Primer and a Pica a Nonand a Columbian. A Great Primer and two Saxon leads justify with it.
;

pareil

Double Pica (24) is 2-lines Pica; 4-lines Nonpareil; .'Mines Brevier;


and a Great Primer; a Long Primer and an English etc. It is exactly
:

(14)

a Nonpareil
of an inch.

Double English

(28) is 2-lines English

Hilda Colombian;

u Long Primer and a Great Primer; a Pica

etc.

Double Columbian (:->2) is 2-lines Columbian; an English


a Double Pica; etc.

find a

Great Primer; a

Brevier and

Double Great Primer


4-lines Bourgeois;

Double Paragon
S-lines Pearl

Canon

(44)

etc.

(40)

2-lines

(:!<>)

is

It is

exactly

2-lines

is

Great Primer; :Mines Pica; 6-lines Nonpareil;


an inch.

._,

Paragon;

4-lines

Long Primer;

o-lines Brevier;

etc.

is

2-lines

Four-line Pica (48)

is

Double Small Pica

4-lines Pica:

Brevier; 8-lines Nonpareil

etc.

2-lines

It is

4-lines Small Pica

etc.

Double Pica: .'Mines Columbian; O-lines


of an inch.

exactly

;!

BUSIJMESS T/VLK.
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following pages contain more elaborate answers


we can conveniently write to each correspondent.
ant and improvement to that part of our daily business.

to questions often
It is

asked than

intended to be an assist-

ACCOUNTS.

We

do not wish to open accounts for small purchases. If a man rarely orders
goods of us, has no account with us, no matter how responsible or well known he is, he
should send the money with the order.
If the nature of the case is such that he cannot

him guess at it. If he sends too much money, the change will
The cases are very numerous where persons order by
" Send
telegraph or postal card,
by mail, cut so and so." It seems trifling to refuse,
The postage and book-keeping cost as much
yet our books are full of such charges.
as the goods, and
If the money is
well, some very good men never pay small bills.
sent, a little order will have as prompt and careful attention as if it were a thousand
tell

the exact price,

let

be returned with the

times as large
article

is

sent,

if

and

article.

you do not send the money, you


lose time, if not your job.

may be asked

to

do so before the

BARTER.
From

come to us asking trade for old material, it


looks as though we were expected to fix value without regard to size; make, age, damTo do yourself justice, give a fair description of the article
age, QT previous condition.
you want to trade us a description which will be borne out by the article itself when
the generality of letters which

we

If an old press is found on its arrival here to be damaged when it was said
get it.
be perfect, parts missing when it was said to be complete, of smaller size than it was
described to us, we will surely go back on the trade.
It must also be borne in mind

to

that the trade offers

made by

accepted at once to hold


cumstances.

us on old goods are not standing offers, but


they are made in view of present demand

us, for

must be
and cir-

CASH.
The

money here with the order or on shipment, so that the


goods can be charged directly to cash. If you want our price for goods sent C. O. D.,
or at thirty days, so state in your application.
definition of casli

is

C. O. D.

To

parties not having an open account with us, small orders are sent by express,
with bill collectable on delivery, unless otherwise agreed.
Parties unknown to us, to
secure prompt attention to their orders and avoid delays, should send a remittance with
all

the order to cover express charges both ways.


man's credit to have goods sent him C. O. I).
safest

It

should not be thought to reflect on a


It

is

simply one of the cheapest and

ways of doing business.

CORRESPONDENCE.
Attention cannot be called too often to the habit of

where they want special information.


wrote to the point.
3

Do

many

patrons to seek general

great deal of delay would be avoided if they


not ask for our list of second-hand goods, but write what yon
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want to buy. Do not ask what discount \ve will make for cash, but state the goods
wanted, and ask cash price for them. Do not ask on what general terms we will sell,
If you ask more than we can
but state what you want to buy and the terms you want.
we

give,

If you are
can, at least, tell what modification of your offer we will accept.
us, do not say, ''If you want references, we can furnish them/' but send

a stranger to

them

first

right along

thing.

Come

right

to the point,

and you

be apt to get

will

satisfaction.

prompt

CREDIT.
There is probably no subject on which so much has been written in our constant
correspondence as credit. Men write hourly to ask if we will sell on time, without saying what they want to buy, or what are their references, or on what security, or how

much time they want.


To the established

printer,

home, there

as

much

in

any other profession.


Credit will not be given to

is

who owns

usually no difficulty, on

at

business accommodation

his office

and has a reputation

for

prompt pay

representations, in obtaining
for his wants as can be had by men similarly situated

men

of

making proper

whom we know

nothing.

We

must be assured,

we enter it on our books. When


days, we always understand we are to have notes, not be-

from some source, that a name

we agree

is

credit-worthy before

to give over thirty


cause they are more safe than open accounts, but because they require less attention.
Our account book has to take its monthly raking, and he who has an open account

with us

is

always subject

to

a sight draft.

COMPLAINTS.

We

earnestly request our patrons to report to us at the earliest moment all cases
of dissatisfaction, either regarding the quality of articles sold them, the charges for
same, or the manner in which they are served. It is impossible, in a business as extensive as ours, for the proprietors to attend personally to every minute detail.
Many

abuses
abused.

may creep
Where a

heal <ind cure

in

and remain unknown

to us, unless

cause of complaint exists, be

it

promptly reported by the

ever so small,

we

are anxious to

it.

DAMAGED GOODS.
When

goods reach you in a damaged condition, your true course is to refuse to


touch them; you should make the road or boat return them, and make good the damWhen you receive them you release the house that sent them, and you must take
age.
the consequences.

ESTIMATES.
The

printed estimates for offices sent out by type founders are usually fair selecYou are expected to look through the
tions, but are only intended as general guides.
specimens and re-select the details according to your own taste. It is especially difficult to select a job office to suit the tastes of different printers,

man who

is

to

on

to

do

called

anyone

else.

the selection

and

it

is

best that the

we are often
and can come as near selecting the best office for the least money as
It is a good idea, when asking an estimate, to tell the amount of money
is to be limited to, and let us name the best outfit for the price.

manage

the office have a

hand

in the seclection.

Still,

it,

LONG TIME.

We
who

constantly receive applications for office outfits, or parts of same, from persons
have little or no money, but expect us to fit them out and take pay in small install-

ments, as they can make it convenient. A general fast-and-loose, free-and-easy arrangement is wanted. If we should open the door to this sort of credit, we could sell
out our whole stock and retire from business in thirty days.
It is only necessary to say
here that nothing of the kind can be done with us.
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ORDERS.
Do

not understand us as objecting to orders in any shape, but a hint to


may save them many errors and disappointments.

some

cor

respondents

Do not mutilate this book. Order by name and


When ordering Book or Newspaper type, state

number.
whether or not

Italic or

Leaders

are wanted.

When ordering Sorts, state number of face as well as body, or send a cap H and
lower case m, as little used as you have.
When ordering Job type, such as Titles, Gothics, Antiques, etc., state whether or
not Quads and Spaces are wanted.
They are not sent if not specially named in order,
and charged extra when sent.
When giving measure for leads or slugs by ems without specifying body, Pica ems

are always understood.

When

ordering Brass Rules to be inhered, state whether the size given

is

to

be

inside or outside of miters.

When

orders for mitered Double Rules are received, it is always understood that
is to be on the outside, unless otherwise stated.

the heavy line

When ordering Chases, send a diagram with the correct inside and outside measures marked.
When ordering material from a specimen book not our own, state name of Founder
from whose book selections are made.
When writing an order, put each item on a line by itself, and do not mix things up
show plainly whether the quantity that follows or precedes an article is the amount
;

wanted.

Always indicate the way of shipping, whether by railroad, steamboat or express.


W hen shipping old type, mark your own name on ever)' package.
In ordering printing ink, state the quantity and price per pound or ounce of each
kind you wish also the name of the manufacturer, if you have any preference.
T

OLD MATERIAL.
of goods, where you desire to turn in old material, always mention
then ship the old material at the earliest possible moment
unboxed goods go only at owner's risk take regular bill of lading with

In buying a

bill

that fact in the beginning

box

it

well

weights mentioned; mark


take in making credit.

it

with our

name and your own,

that there

may be no

mis-

REMITTANCES.
on San Francisco are the standard thing, though any
The express companies bring money
us.
packages very satisfactorily. Registered letters with cash enclosures always come
safely, but should never be used where Wells, Fargo & Co. money orders can be had,
as the latter are the safest and handiest things in the world, nor can they get put to

For large amounts,

way

that brings the

wrong account,

drafts

money

is

acceptable to

so that a tracer will not at once turn

them

up.

REFERENCES.
Man) men seem
reference.

goods, for

to think that the mere mention of another man's name is sufficient


For instance, Jones, of Oregon, writes to us to send him instanter a bill of
which he will remit in thirty days. If we want references, he names his

friend Smith, also of Oregon.

a hurry for his goods.

By

Now, these men are both


we write somebody to

the time

strangers to us. Jones is in


find out who Smith is, and

Smith to find out what he thinks of Jones, Jones will have gotten over his hurry,
and we will have lost a sale we might have been very glad to make.
Another man writes, asking whether we will sell him certain goods on sixty days,
write

We probably hasten to say yes and, after considerable correspondence, in which all details in relation to the goods to be purchased are settled,
the order comes to hand in haste to be shipped, and we discover the security he offers,
though entirely satisfactory to him, is far from being so to us. These common instances
with satisfactory security.

importance of an early settlement of all questions of responsibility. If


you wish to have us open an account with you, or to buy a bill of goods on time, and
illustrate the

are

unknown

like to

to us, assure us of

be sure we are

right,

your business character as the very first

then go ahead.

we

way

ask your banker, who is usually known to some


dorsing you, and send it to us. This usually enables us to
to

step, for

of sending references is
one in our city, to write a letter in-

very good

come

to the point at once.

SECURITY.
The laws

of California, Nevada, Oregon and Arizona

make Leases on

material and type about the best security that can be given.

presses,
Chattel mortgages are

good security in Washington Territory and British Columbia. When purchasers


therefore pay us half cash value on presses, we give long time on the balance, with
security as above stated.
Type is so ephemeral in its nature, that we require more

also

than half cash

in

cases where long time

is

required on balance.

SECOND-HAND PRESSES
Of standard kinds

are not drugs in the market, as many of our correspondents seem to


lower than new ones, of course, but the supply is so much smaller

sell

imagine. They
than the demand, that they readily bring fair values in CASH.
It is by no means uncommon to receive several orders with the money enclosed for the same press. Of
course, the first comer gets it, and unless we can find duplicates of the press, we are

unpleasant attitude toward those who are disappointed. We mention


matter to show the importance of closing with an offer of this kind at Mice, if you
want it. Delays are dangerous.
left

in a rather

this

TO ESTIMATE WEIGHT OF BODY LETTER.


To

ascertain the quantity of body letter required for a newspaper or magazine, or


other
work, find the number of square inches and divide the same by four, the
any
quotient will be the approximate weight of matter in pounds; but as it is impossible to
it is
necessary to add 25 per cent, to large founts, and 33
per cent, to small founts to allow for dead letter.

set the cases entirely clear

WORN-OUT TYPE AND MATERIAL


Received in exchange for new, at the following rates
Old Type, 8 cents per pound
In all
Stereotype Plates, 5 cents; Electrotype Plates, Leads, Slugs, etc., 4 cents.
cases delivered at our foundry free of expense to us.
Boxes should be marked plainly to our address, and should also have the name of
:

the shipper

marked

thereon, and notification of shipment sent in advance.

OLD STYLE FACES

OLE) STYbES.

Series 2.

ALL CAST ON THE INTERCHANGEABLE SYSTEM OF TYPE BODIES.

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proxima, quid superiore nocte egeris, ubi fueris, quos convocaveris, quid consilii ceperis, quern nostrum ignorare arbio mores
Senatus hoc intelligit, consul videt hie tamen vivit. Vivit
imo vero etiam in
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and it may contain more or less kinds of characters. A complete
font may be large or small
;

font of

Roman

letter is

composed of the following sorts:

CAPITALS, SMALL

CAPITALS, lower-

case, figures, fractions, points, commercial marks, references, accented letters, quads and spaces.
Other sorts may be added, when required, according to the nature of the work
as, for instance,
:

mathematical and medical

signs.

Roman,

or

Body

Letter, as founders call

it,

schemes prepared for the purpose, which represent the proper proportions
ments. Job letter fonts vary in proportion, according to size, style and special
to

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gracious and charming volume!
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types!

types elegant

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ROM/rN FACES.

Series

ALL CAST ON THE INTERCHANGKABLK

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SELECT

$2.75

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35 A.

$2.65

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10 A.

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$3.60

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OOIR/lsriEIR,
LG.

3.

35 A.

25 A.

3.

niGGIES

PIUMER ANTIQUE EXTEX. No.

PICA ANTIQUE EXTEN. No.

3.

24 A.

$2.85

15 A.

3.

$2.65

ANTIQUE AND
AGATE AXT. EXTEN. No.

3.

2-LiNE ENGLISH ANT. EXTEN. No.

3.

$3.40

15 A, 30 a.

$3.30

6 A.

$3.30

LG.

5 A.

$4.40

10 A, 16 a.

$3.50

EXTENDED.

LAF^ENDOJM

40 A.

1.

2-LiNE PICA ANTIQUE EXTEN. No.

TILDES
DVCITE

$2.75

PRIMER CLAREN. EXTEN.

xxtorr
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Ox-xxctxxxoxxtis

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1.

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Xj"CJM"Ft

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1.

1.

12

PICA CLAREN. EXTEN.

A. 18

a.

$3.85

10 A, 12 a.

$4.40

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WITH THE AGED JOKE

A.

MAN WITH

IN THE

a.

$4.40

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OA,

8 a.

$900

TITLE.

24 A, 48

$4.15

is

&

$4.05

THE DUDE WITH


6 TOOTHPICK SHOE

67 MIDNIGHT

45 SUITABLE ONE FOR 32


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A.

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54

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THE MAN

6 A, 8

THE MAN WHO STOPS


AND INSERTS His THUMB IN YOUR

72 THE FISHING- POLE 39


24 A, 64

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24 A, 64 A.

$3.20

THE

$3.85

$3.85

AM HUNTING THE MAN

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8 A, 12

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is

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be used as Caps

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2.

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North American Journal of Horticulture

30 A. 60 a.

5.

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LG.

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Standard Mathematical and Astronomical Instruments

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Standing Committee on Commerce

FOURTH NATIONAL BANK OF BLOOMINGTON

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a.

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The Southern Merchants Banking Association 54


20 A, 48 n.

2.

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PATENT STEAM ENGINE


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2.

15 A, 24 a.

30 A, 60 a.

6.

$2.50

ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF GREAT BRITAIN

Continental Fire Department


GT.

30 A, 60

4.

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$3.85

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6.

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Morning

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24 A, 50 a.

6.

2.

12 A. 18 a.

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8 A, 11

No.

5 A, 8

2.

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^^

2.

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15 A. 24 a.

$3.85

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$7.70

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10 A, 16 a.

6.

$5.50

JSi>H
^^

$8.50

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6.

$6.35

Inventions
4-LiNE PICA ANT. COND. No.

$3.50

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20 A, 38 a.

6.

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2.

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DEL. ENGLISH ANT. COND. No.

$3.20

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FINE BLACK

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30 A, 60 a.

6.

6.

7 A, 12 a.

$7.40

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GRECIAJXI.

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36 A, 70 a.

$2.50

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4.

30 A, 60 a.

4.

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PICTURESQUE AND ANIMATED DESCRIPTION OF AFRICA

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24 A, 50a.

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Narrative of Personal Adventures

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4.

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PARISIAN PAPER HANGINGS


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UNION COUNTY TRIBUNAL


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ISA, 36a.

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8 A.

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4 A.

$3.00

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'

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^_^

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i:

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A, 6

A.

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a.

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3 A, 6 a,

11.10

MET

$9.00

$10.00

Tame Barn
PALMER &

REY.

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(00)

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PORTLAND.

GLARENDON.
NONPAREIL CLARENDON.

COMPARE DUE PRICE


And You

24 A, 48 a.

LIST

WITH OTHERS

will Find Value for the

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Time

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10 A, 20 a.

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|3.45

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8 A, 16

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18 A, 36 a.

!|3. 2"i

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8 A, 10 a.

SPECIMENS
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ISA, 30

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20 A, 40

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CHIN.

With an Unctious Grin He Scrapes His

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THY NEIGHBOR?
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HE WHOM THOU

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THY NEIGHBOR?

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Brow Thy Soothing Hand May

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EYE WITH WANT


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Care and Pain: Go Thou and Comfort Him!
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Thy Neighbor?
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;

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Left:

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The Grave: Go and Ransom Him!
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(62)

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8 A, 15

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Golden Wealth

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38

CALIFORNIA 47
DOUBLE PARAGON CLARENDON COMPRESSED.

8 A, 12 a.

$8.90

Good Old Days


Memoirs and Letters

4 FORTY-NINE 9
6 A, 10

a.

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$10.15

Richness

Monntlovers Mine

GOLD ORE 3
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REY,

SAN FRANCISCO

AND

PORTLAND.

IOJMICS.
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IONIC.

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NONPAREIL IONIC No.

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PACIFIC STEAMSHIP

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$3.00

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$2.50

24 A, 48 a.

2.

$3.40

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Lines.

20 A, 38 a.

24 A, 48 a.

2.

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20 A, 38 a.

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Regular Candidates for

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15 A, 20 a.

18 A, 36 a.

2.

$3.00

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$3.50

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A, 32

Ifi

a.

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PAHAGON

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Id A.

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If,

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10 A, 12 a.

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6 A. 12 n.

2.

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6 A, 8 a.

2.

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2,

3 A, 6 a.

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CANON

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6 A, 8 a.

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REY.

4 A, 6 a.

!
$9.50

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Frames
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88.3f>

SAN FRANCISCO
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AND

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No.

T
NONPAREIL.

18A,36a

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:MO:R,TAI_I

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no-w deserve
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tou.t

it

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43

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16A,32a

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PICA.

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43

$4.55

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n_or

simple
sure

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8A,16a

to

25

$5.50

ttLem 'tis IDeatli to

345
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t'.A.Uiu

tlie

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order of 9

4A,8a

DOUBLE ENGLISH.

3A,6a

DOUBLE PARAGON.

PALMER

&

REY,

$5.60

SAN FRANCISCO
(65)

$7.05

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$10.60

CONCAVE CONDENSED.
24A

TWO-LINE NONPAREIL.

24A

$1.75

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$2.45

-NTO*LEARN*MDCH*WEM-

HDST LEARN BUT LITTLE AT ONCE


1UA

THEM

Two-LiNE PICA.

IN

WAS THE FLOW OF

$3.65

18A

TWO-LINE LONG PRIMER.

SCORN 8 HAUNTS

ISER
$2.70

OF MANKIND 4

TWO-LINE COLUMBIAN.

$4.00

8A

TWO-LINE PARAGON.

$5.15

6A

FOUR-LINE PICA.

$5.45

5A

FIVE-LINE PICA.

$6.00

4A

SIX-LINE PICA.

$7-45

10A

THE DIFFERENT SIZES OF THIS SERIES JUSTIFY BY SIXTHS OF PICA AND LINE AT THE BOTTOM.

PALMER

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO AND PORTLAND.


(66)

CONCAVE.
32A

NONPAREIL.

24A

81.55

BREVIER.

$1.75

>SMALL*LATIN*AND*LESS*GREEK<

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EVEN*THE*TENDEREST*HEARTS*NEXT*OUR
13 * OWN KNOWS HALF * 24

NO*DEFENCE*WANT*OF*DECENCY*IS
46 * WANT OF SENSE * 75

24A

TWO-LINE PEARL.

TWO-LINE NONPAREIL.

18A

$1.90

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SPURN*HER*BOUNDED*REIGN
38 * FAST TIME * 25

$1.85

^IMAGINATIONS^
OF*THE*SKEPTIC*ARE
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GREATER

TWO-LINE BREVIER.

8
$2.90

*HX)NVINCING*THOUGHTS^
IS HONOR BUT EMPTY BUBBLES
TWO-LINE LONO PRIMER.

12A

$3.55

WILL COMMAND RESPECT


10A

TWO-LINE PICA.

$4.00

8A

TWO-LINE ENGLISH.

$4.30

6A

Two-LiNE COLUMBIAN.

$4.25

TWO-LINE GREAT PRIMER.

4A

$5.00

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PALMER

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REY.

SAN FRANCISCO
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AND

PORTLAND

LlGHTFACE
25 A, 40a.

Loso PR. LIGHTFACE RUNIC.

14

ENGLISH LiGimACE RUNIC.

MUSICAL

$4.35

Enlivening" and Refreshing"


97 RAINFALLS 42
12 A, 20 a.

84.75

GREAT PRIMER LIGHTKACK

15

59

RL-.NIC.

FRENCH

*5.35

84

Helena of Killdare

Persons of Observation
10 A, 15 a.

PICA LIOHTFACK RUNIC.

20 A, 30a.

$3.90

Made Beautiful by Nature's Touch


15
AUTUMN SCENES 73
15 A, 25 a.

F^UNIC.

DOUBLE SMALL PICA LIOHTFACK RUNIC.

$5.85

35 ORIGINALITY 68
French and American Colonization
DOUBLE KV.UHI LIOHTKACK Urxic.

6A, lOa.

4A, 8a.

DOUBLE PARAGON

I.IGIITFACK Rrxic.

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18 SIR CT 76
Preservation of Health
4 A, 6a.

FouR-I-i.NK PICA LIOIIIKACE Ruxic.

8. -40

8 SHADY 5
Seaside Reveries
3 A, 5 a.

FIVE-LINE PICA LIGHT-FACE RUNIC.

#9.4">

NeeFomaneer
PALMER

&

REY.

SAN FRANCISCO
((58)

AND

PORTLAND

BOLDFACE

Noxr. BOLDFACE CELTIC.

30 A, 50 a.

TOURIST ROUTES 2O

19

Loxo PR. BOLDFACE CELTIC.

25 A, 40 a.

13

*3.75

67

MUD
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Built

PICA BOLDFACE CELTIC.

15 A, 25 a.

COMMON

DOUBLE PICA BOLDTACE CELTIC.

^^TTF

DIPLOMACY 54

General Sherman's Charge

75
French Commentaries
18

BREV. BOLDFACE CELTIC.

30 A, 50 a.

*3.tX)

Travellers' Guide and Reference.

8 A, 12a.

GEL-TIC.

__

p OE MS 75

13

Nubia and Arabia

4.35

f^
13
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GREAT

10 A. 15 a.

PR. BOLDFACE CELTIC.

Earth and Skies

UoruLE EXOLIWII BOLDFACE CELTIC.

15

$3.30

FAIR 29

18

Houses

6A, 10a.

$2.05

5.40

ETHICS 29
America

Politics for
\

DOUBLE (iREAT

4A, 6a.

I'KIMEK BOLDFACE CELTIC.

$5.55

TRUE

58
German Warrior
13

DOUBLE PAKACJOX BOLDFACK CELTIC.

4A,6a.

#7.40

SON 6

Moral Health
PALMER

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
'(.9)

AND

PORTLAND.

MODERN ANTIQUE.
LONG PRIMER MODERN ANTIQUE.

24 A, 50

a.

PICA

3.00

MODERN ANTIQUE.

ORNAMENTAL CARVINGS
Prize Composition

a.

^3.00

MODERN PRINTING

by Harrison

Numerous Improvements

Sl

Par Excellence

PARAGON MODERN ANTIQUE.

12 A, 20

a.

84.50

3-LisE NOSP.

CURIOSITY

MODERN ANTIQUE.

16 A, 24 a.

Domestic Productions

Handsome 25

DOUBLE ENGLISH MODERN ANTIQUE.

a.

$3.90

CONSTRUCTION

Natural History
Museum 7
10 A, 16

20 A, 40

$6.40

SECOND REUNION
Lake Huron Excursions 31
8 A, 12

TiiRKK-LiNE PICA

a.

MODERN ANTIQUE.

$8.50

EMBROIDERIES
Commission Broker, 6
6 A, 10

DOUBLE PARAGON MODERN ANTIQUE.

a.

$8.90>

CONDUCTORS
Summer Resort 25
FOUR-LINE PICA MODERN ANTIQUE

5A, 8 a.

$10.90

HISTORIES
Reminiscence
PALMER

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
(70)

AND PORTLAND.

JVI09ERN ANTIQUE W|DE.


PICA

MODERN ANTIQUE WIDE.

$3.65

DISTINGUISHED NEIGHBORS
North American Fire Insurance Company
Annual Conventions
10 A, 16

a.

123

THREE-LINE NONPAREIL MODERN ANTIQUE WIDB.

$3.75

HUNTINGTON BRIDGE
Pleasant Steamboat Excursions.
River Enjoyments 45
PARAGON MODERN ANTIQUE WIDE.

10 A, 16 a.

84.85

ELEGANT DESIGNS
Handsomest Adornments
6 A, 8

a.

DOUBLE ENGLISH MODERN ANTIQUE WIDE.

17
$5.60

PRODUCTION
Domestic Wines 89
4 A, 6a.

TiiREK-LixB PICA

MODERN ANTIQUE WIDE.

87.00

THRONES

German Count 1
3A, 4a.

FOUR-LINE PICA MODERN ANTIQUE WIDE.

BUNCH

88.90

Remnant 4
PALMER

&

REV, SAN FRANCISCO AND PORTLAND.

(71)

MODEM

ANTIQUE CONDENSED.

PRIMER MODERN ANTIQUE COND.

LG.

PICA

24 A, 48 a.

SUMMER RAMBLE

IN

MODERN ANTIQUE COND.

18 A, 36 a.

3.00

$3.60

SOUTHERN LANDS

Through New-Built Villages of Joyous Homes 5

THREE-LINE NONP. MODERN ANTIQUE COND.


ISA, 36 a.

DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
Thrilling Events of the Revolution

1776

TWO-LINE PICA MODERN ANTIQUE COND.


12 A, 24 a.

$4.40

14.60

WESTERN HUNTING CLUB

ELEGANT DESIGNS

Eleventh Annual Reunion 1884

Commercial Reporter 21

DBL. ENGLISH

THREE-LINE PICA MODERN ANTIQUE COND.

MODERN ANTIQUE COND.


8 A, 16 a.

6 A, 12 a.

S6.05

$5.50

MACHINISTS

ROMANCER

Standard Engine 8

Grand Chorus 6

5 A, 10

a.

FOUR-LINE PICA MODERN ANTIQUE CONDENSED.

$6.90

AMERICAN PRODUCE
Household Decorations
4 A, 8 a.

FIVE-LINE PICA

MODERN ANTIQUE CONDENSED.

$9.90

Prominent Merchant 1
4 A, 8 a.

SIX-LINE PICA

MODERN ANTIQUE CONDENSED.

$11.85

MANHATTAN AND CURVED ANTIQUE.


10A, 15a.

GREAT PRIMER MANHATTAN.

8A, 12a.

$2.75

Sweeping Assertions!

Political

DOUBLE PICA MANHATTAN.

Terrified

DDST FOR THE PUBLIC

Crown Heads!

NIHILISM

RAMPANT

DOUBLE GREAT PRIMER MANHATTAN.

6A, lOa.

$3.85

$5.15

Limited Premium Corset Pressure

NARROW CONTRACTION 3

2
10A,

GREAT PRIMER CURVED ANTIQUE.

15a.

Continuous Steel-Rail Line to

all

$3.50

Points in the East

CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD

18

CO.

71

DOUBLE PICA CUPVKD ANTIQUE.

8A, 12a.

Bobby Link & Jay

$4.75

Bird, Concerteers

GROVE LANE, CHERRY VALE

DOUBLE GRKAT PRIMER CURVED ANTIQUE.

6A, lOa.

$6.20

Ancient Moorish Architecture

4 CURVED CORNICES S
FOUR-LINE PICA CURVED ANTIQUE.

4A, 6a.

(7.75-

The Merrie Maskers


3
10

BALLROOM 5
(73)

SYCTU.1 OF
HAMERICAN
TERCHflUGEABLE TYPE BODIES.

LATIN ANTIQUE

,,,

if

NONPAREIL.

24A,48a

$2.95

BREVIER.

24A,48a

-+WHEN+WINTER+WINDS+ARE4-

-fWHAT+GLORY+DOTH**

Piercing+Chill+and+througrh+the+hawthorn
Blows the Gale with solemn

The+world+put+on+for+him+who+with
Fervent heart goes forth

23456789O

LONG PRIMER.

18A,36a

2345678OO

$3.30

PICA.

12A,84a

$2.05

-*AN D+TH E+M ASTER*-

With+Gesture + of +Command
Waved his hand and loud

1234567890

In+the+Marvellous + Heart
Of Man that an Army
1

23356780O

GREAT PRIMER.

10A,20a

$4.25

^DOWN+TH E+BROAD+VALE4Of Tears afar the Spectral


DOUBLE SMALL

8A,16a

camp

PICA.

is

fled
$4.90

VTHEN+COMES+THE-^
Summer day bidding the man
DOUBLE ENGLISH.

6A,12a

$6.15

^Our+BLESSED+Dead-^
DOUBLE GUEAT PUIMER.

4A,8a

$7.15

USEFUL+Series*FOUR-LINE PICA.

3A,5a

$8.95

-j-Man+DIED-K
ALL FONTS COMPLETE

SPACES AND QUADS WITH ALL SIZES EXCEPT PICA,

WITH FIGURES.

PALMER

&

REY.

SAN FRANCISCO
(74)

AND

PORTLAND

FRENCH
LONG PRIMER FRENCH

20 A, 40 a.

IONIC.

$2 75

IONIC.

PICA FRENCH IONIC.

?OA, 38 a.

$3 65

FIRE INSURANCE

FRENCH POEM

American National Banks.


Government Bond

Second Grand Concert.


Entertainment

PARAGON

10 A, 20 a.

FRENCH

IONIC.

$475

FREIGHT AGENT
Michigan Central Railroad
Direct Route 5
ENGLISH FRENCH IONIC.

$3 25

15 A, 20 a.

3-LiNE NOSP.

FRENCH

IONIC.

10 A, 16 a.

$325

SPRING TIME

MOUNTAIN

Foreign Commerce.

Lumber Regions.
Premium

Manufacture
6 A, 12

DOUBLE ENGLISH FRENCH

a.

IONIC.

$630

MOITRNINQ
Granite Monuments
6 A, 10

DOUBLE PARAGON FRENCH

a.

IONIC.

$9 65

PRINTING
North American
FOUR-LINE PICA FRENCH IONIC.

4 A, 6 a.

MINER

$12 50

Commander
PALMER

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
(75)

AND

PORTLAND.

fRENCH ANTIQUE AND fRENCH eLAF^ENDON.


BREVIER FRENCH ANTIQUE.

:M>A, tlOa.

$3.oo

XONP. FRENCH CLARENDON.

:M)A, 60 a.

$-2.20

GEEMAN CHROMO-LITHOG-RAPH.

ELEMENTS or MATHEMATICS FOB YOUN& PEOPLE

Landscapes, Portraits, and Diplomas

Brown's Elementary Practical and Commercial Arithmetic

LG.

PRIMER FRENCH ANTIQUE.

-JO

A.:*

a.

$2.75

FRENCH CHINA TEA SETS

LG. PRIM.

_,_
20 A, 38 a.

$3.55

CT T<rrrTpTri RECCED.
SCIENTIFIC

of

Astronomical instruments

FRENCH CLARENDON.

$3.00

GARDEN SCENE
,o

A,,,.

,-

,,.,

I'OA, :!0a.

FRENCH

CI.AR.

"*"

I '-

ft"V^ 4"

FRENCH ANTIQUE.

A, 5

*"*

"*

ENG FRENCH CLAK


-

Hi A. Kin.

$5.75

$6.00

Fust

Premium
DBL. PARAGON

$4.80

French Trimming

Y^
T! /SAW^
inducement
4 A, 6 a.

12 A, 18 a.

$o.OO

FOUNDER
A
FRENCH ANT.

$3.30

Bronze Mantel Ornaments.


DEL. PICA FRENCH CLAR.

TiiRRE-LiNE PICA

lSA,'J4a.

ELEGANT MONUMENTS

FEUFECTIONS

$3.00

THE MARION SENTINEL


THREE-LINK NONP.

DBL. ENGLISH FRENCH ANTIQUE. (iA,8a.

$3.30

Journal of Madison County

!***
Fragrant
Geranium
O
P

30 A, 50 a.

BRASS AND IRON FURNITURE.

PICA FRENCH CLARENDON.


10 A, 10 a.

$2.80

Magnificent Specimens cf Designs

Department of Literature
THREE-UNE NONP. FRENCH ANT.

30 A, 60 a.

DEALERS IN OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS


Manufact

Bohemian Enameled Glassware.


PICA FRENCH ANTIQUE.

BREVIER FRENCH CLARENDON.

a.

$8.50

:?A, 4 a.

$8.50

___

THRMK-LINK

I*ICA

FRENCH CLARENDON.
_

8 A, 12 a.

$7.00

Prominent
FOUR-LINE PICA FRENCH ANT.

FOUR-LINE PICA FRENCH CLAR.

IHH^^

Brand
PALMER

&

REY,

6 A, 8 a.

$9.00

Romance

SAN FRANCISCO
(76)

AND

PORTLAND

EGYPTIAN EXTRA CONDENSED.


PICA EGYPTIAN EXTRA COND.

CB01EE

15 A, 24 a.

nnm WW

$2.50

FOUR-LINE PICAEGYPT. Ex. CON.

6 A, 8a.

$5.75

DF

Sinner Rmbles (bough Celebntii Kates,


3-LisENosp. EGYPT. Ex. COND.

15 A, 24 a.

$2.20

SPECIMENS or COTTON MANUFACTURES


Numerous Gratuitous Recommendations

lour Merchant

FIVE-LINE PICA EGYPT. Ex. Con. 5 A,


DHL. PICA EGYPT. Ex. COND.

12 A, 18 a.

IM
Fise Assorlfflfflt of

Eamski

TURKK-LISE PICA EGYPT. Ex. CON.

8 A.

1'2

8a.

*8.00

*2.20

Paper
a.

$3.75

SIX-LINE PICA EGYPT. Ex. CON.

4 A, 6 a.

$9.00

DHL. PARAGON EGYPT. Ex. COND. HA, 12a. $4.40

ian

Promenade

Pantomime

eL/VRENE)OJM

PICA FRENCH CLAR.

and I'i'arl Frnirli Clarendon Extended


and can be used an Cap* and Small Caps.

Xiinpareil
line,

PKARI,

FRENCH

EXTENDED.
E.XT.

16 A, 20 a.

$4.00

12A, 14a.

*5.50

CI,AREN. EXTEN. on Nonp. body.


:WA, 42 a. $2.90
3-LiNK NOSP.

NONPAREIL FRENCH CLAR. EXT.

"OA,42a.

FRENCH CLAR. Exi.

$:->.7r>

oriTi3i2,'S" CO^^^'^.^T-Z'
for ^ra.ctLca.1 rr5.33.ters
BREVIER FRENCH CLAR. EXT.

LG. PRIM.

a.

$3.30

PARAGON FRENCH CLAR. EXT.

22 A, 32a..

$3.75

DEL. PICA FCH. CLAR. EXT.

20 A, 36

FRENCH CLAR. EXT.

of
PALMER

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
(77)

AND PORTLAND.

A, lOa.

$5.70

5 A, 7 a.

$5.70

JSIONPA^EIL COMBINATION

All the Gothics

shown

in this pa^e are cast on Nonpareil body,

and are displayed

and

line

OTJHIC.

with each other at the bottom,

in the center in combination.

50 A.

NO.

50 A.

NO. 2.

1.

CONTINUATION OF THE AMERICAN TELEPHONE ACROSS THE ATLANTIC

MESSAGES SENT TO THE BRITISH ISLES WITHOUT DELAY BY CABLE 5678 SUCCESSFULLY LA'D BY WEALTHY AND ENTERPRISING MEN
RAPID TRANSMISSION OF

shown

Price of Complete Series, as

STEREOTYPED.

TYPE FOUNDERS

NEWS THE GRAND ACHIEVEMENT

in ronibinution, (Nos. 1 to 5 inclusive) $6.00

PALMER & REY,


A NJ

PRINTING

PRESS

EL tCT .OTYP

S.

MANUFACTURERS,

SAN FRANCISCO AND NORTHEPN PACIFIC NEWSPAPER UNION AND PACIFIC STATE;? ADVERTISING BUREAU,
NOS.

4O5

AND

4O7

SANSOME STREET,

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.

40 A.

> 1 - 50

NO. 3.
CANDIDATES PLANNING TO RELIEVE THE OVERBURDENED TREASURY

LEGISLATIVE MEASURES FOR LENGTHENING THE TERM OF DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENCY TO 23456 CENTURIES

GRAND MILITARY DISPLAY AND PYROTECHNICS

40 A.

N-so

No. 4.
SUMMER SOJOURN AMONG THE CYPRESSES OF MONTEREY

DEFENDING TERROR STRICKEN INHABITANTS FROM THE RAVAGES OF 13458 BALD-HEADED BUMMERS
EXPERIENCES OF A BEER-K^G TAPPER

4(.

A.

NO.

5.

MAGNETIC INFLUENCE OF FLOWERY SPEAKERS

SYSTEM OF INTERCHANGEABLE 23456 TYPE BODIES UNIVERSALLY ADOPTED


DELUSIVE MEASURES SELDOM EFFECTIVE
PALMER * REY, SAN FRANCISCO
(78;

AND PORTLAND.

NONPAREIL.

32A,64a

YES THE YEAR


Hand and

IS

cold Plucks the old

GROWING OLD AND


man

EYE

IS

calling

it is

sound

of

$2.56

PALE AND BLEARED DEATH WITH FROSTY

The

by the beard Sorely, sorely.

Rooks are

3257

HIS

leaves are falling, falling Solemnly and slow;

woe A Sound

of

Woe, unutterable woe

Caw! Caw! the

3238

BREVIER.

34A,48a

$3.00

TO THE CRIMSON WOODS HE SAITH TO THE VOICE GENTLE AND LOW OF


The soft

air like

a Daughter's breath Pray do not

When

489

the

warm Sun

mock me

so do not laugh at

me and now the

that Brings Seed-time and harvest

is

day

523

LONG PRIMER.

20A,40a

Dead

$3.05

DARK CLOAK OF ROEBUCKS SKIN COVERED THE WARRIOR


And

within

its

Heavy folds the weapons made

The Broad

574

Belt of Shells and

Hard Toils of war were

Beads

in

the Year

laid

Beside

865

PICA

18A,36a

SIR

for the

82.00

OLUF HE RIDETH OVER THE PRAIRIE FULL SEVEN

Miles broad and Seven miles wide but never, ah never can meet with the

27

tilt

with him dare ride

He wore upon him

SAIL

$3.75

FORTH INTO THE SEA OF

Life gentle loving trusting wife

42
8A,16a

48

GREAT PRIMER.

12A,24a

man

adversity

and safe from

upon the

DOUBLE

PICA.

all

36
$6.20

BY THE PRICKING OF
My thumbs Something wicked
89 this way comes 54
PALMER & REY, SAN FRANCISCO
(75))

AND

PORTLAND.

JMo. 9.

NOSPARKIL GOTHIC No.

3 A, 30 A, 60 a.

13.60

9.

COMPLETE CATALOGUES OF ANCIENT AND MODERN WRITINGS


Assortment of Handsome American, French, and German Chromo-Lithographs and Engraving
Beautiful Landscapes, Portraits, and Oil Paintings,

$376

ANNIVERSARY OF THE DECLARATION OF NORTH AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE, 5426.

BREVIER GOTHIC No.

30A, 30A, 60a.

LONDON

FIRE

Manufacturers and Dealers

$4.15

9.

AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES


in

Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors, and Cigars

5982

Extensive Assortment of French Brandies,

SOUTHERN COMMISSION AND PRODUCE MERCHANTS,

LONG PRIMER GOTHIC No.

20A, 20 A, 30a.

264

$3.30

9.

IMPROVED CYLINDER PRINTING MACHINES


Estimates and Specimens Furnished Job Printers on Application.

Great Variety of Handsome Letter

8623

BORDERS, FLOURISHES, ORNAMENTS AND RULES

15 A, 15 A, 20

PICA GOTHIC No.

a.

$3.55

9.

UNITED STATES PATENT AGENCY


Agricultural and Mineral Regions of the Northwest.

Western Grain-growing States 37


GREAT LUMBER DISTRICTS OF CALIFORNIA.
12 A, 12 A, 20a.

TIIKKK-|.INK

NONPAREIL GOTHIC No.

$4.40

9.

MODERN IMPROVEMENTS
United States Educational Institutions.

Annual Examinations, 62
BIOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTIONS
PALMER

&

REY.

SAN FRANCISCO
(80)

AND

PORTLAND.

78

JMo. 9.

8 A, 12

PARAGON GOTHIC No.

a.

$5.75

9.

PRINTERS' EMPORIUM
Manufacturers Departments, 79
ORIGINAL DESIGNS, eo
DOUBLE ENGLISH GOTHIC No.

6A,6A, 8 a.

$7.00

9.

CONSTRUCTION
American Inventions
GOVERNMENTS 87
4 A, 4 A, 6

a.

THRRE-LINE PICA GOTHIC No.

9.

13

88.50.

MONUMENT
Roman General

ENGINEER 34
A, 4

DOUBLE PARAGON GOTHIC No.

A, 6 a.

$10.50

9.

SERMONS
Ceremonies, 5
FOUNDERS
Palmer

&

Rey, San Francisco and Portland.


(81)

O-OTHIIG
NONPAREIL.

32A,64a

HIS HAT

WAS OFF

brow and

his

$2.90

bosom

PUT MONEY

Burning Thought was

ill

at ease

BREVIER.

24A,48a

HIS VEST APART TO

Catch Heaven's Blessed Breeze for


in his

3STO. 5.

She Moves

25

_.

Though

LONG PRIMER.

24A,48a

a Goddess,

$2.80

THY PURSE

and She Looks a Queen

lost to sight, to

memory dear 29

PICA.

18A,36a

$3.30

IN

$3.15

MAKING NIGHT HIDEOUS

STOOD ON THE BRIDGE

Might shake the Saintship of an anchorite

At midnight, the clocks were striking


the hour and the moon 23

More

16A,32a

in

sorrow than

in

Anger 75

ENGLISH.

3234
|

She

that asks

Her

PICA.

$4.90

DEAR FRIENDS 9

DOUBLE ENGLISH.

8A,16a

Hard but searching 8

DOUBLE SMALL

10A,20a

$4.45

NOTHING SO

ROSE OVER THE CITY


Behind the Dark Church

GREAT PRIMER.

12A,24a

$3.30

SET THE TABLE

$6.10

on the mat

DOUBLE GREAT PRIMER.

6A,12a

Money INFLUENCES 4
CANON.

4A,8a

SUMMER

S8.00

Ducks

FOUR-LINE PICA.

4A,8a

Fresh

$11.05

CRABS 3

Palmer & Rey, San Francisco and Portland.


(82)

O-OTHIIO
48A

EXCELSIOR.

(On Nonpareil.)

HOW FADING ARE THE JOYS WE DOTE UPON

42A

$1.30

LIKE APPARITIONS

SEEN AND GONE BUT THOSE WHICH SOONEST TAKE THEIR FLIGHT ARE 33

PEARL.

36A

(On Nonpareil.)

VISITS

BREVIER.

BEARS

HIS

24A

$2.35

SOFT GENTLE AND LOW 4

$200

BLUSHING HONOURS THICK

58
$2.35

TWO-LINE BOURGEOIS.

EVERY MAN MUST

HIS

DOGS BARK AND


TWO-LINE

$2.55

WORK AND

TWO-LINE LONG PRIMER.

10A

8A

TWO-LINE PEABL.

DRINK TO HER THAT EACH LOVES

12A

$2.05

TWO-LINE BREVIER.

16A

73

NONPAREIL.

TWO-LINE NONPAREIL.

ISA

$1.45

INTO FOLLY
GLIDE AND FOLLY GLIDE INTO SIN 364

82.40

MAN HER INNOCENCE A CHILD

(On Nonpareil)

HOW MIRTH CAN

32A

DIAMOND.

MOST EXQUISITE AND STRONG LIKE ANGEL'S


SHORT AND BRIGHT MORTALITY'S TOO WEAK TO BEAR

36A

$1.60

HEAR A VOICE YOU CANNOT HEAR WHICH


SAYS MUST NOT STAY, SEE A HAND YOU 682
I

INTO. 7.

PICA.

24
$2.96

BITE
$3.35

THE STRANGLERS OF 23
6A

TWO-LINK ENGLISH.

98 CLAM
5A

$3 30

CHOWDERS

TWO-LINE COLUMBIAN

$3.65

GOOD DREAMER 4
4A

TWO-LINE PARAGON.

2
Palmer & Key, S*n Francisco And Portland.
(83)

$4.35

OTHIC
BREVIER GOTHIC No.

20 A, 20 A.

10.

$3.00

LONG PRIMER GOTHIC No.

$25

^ONPAREIL

GREAT PRIMER GOTHIC No.

10 A, 10 A.

18 A, 18 A.

10.

$3.25

TYPE FOUNDER

UNITED STATES BANK

MONUMENT

10.

JJo.

16
$4.00

10.

STEALING ONWARD
ARTIST PRINTED

JVIODERJM

53 JVIINE^ALS 26
PICA GOTHIC No.

10.

1">

A, 15 A.

TWO-LINE BREV. GOTHIC No.

$3.50

10.

12 A, 12 A.

$3.75

MERCHANTS

PRODUCER

HOJVIE IJMSUf^AfJeE.
NORTHERN 3

fOF^EKSN f f^UIT.

jAMERIGAN

PARAGON GOTHIC No.

8A, 8A.

10.

$4.25

USEFUL ARTS
3

HOME-MADE
2-LiNE ENGLISH GOTHIC No.

5 A, 5 A.

10.

$4.75

NORTWEST
jVIEXICAJsl

JVIINIJM

5 MILLIN
Palmer

& Rey,

San Francisco and Portland.


(84)

GOTHIC NO.
BREVIER GOTHIC No.

30 A.

11.

LONG PRIMER GOTHIC No.

$1.90

24 A.

11.

$1.90

SELECT EDITION
EXPERIENCED WRITER

SECURE INVESTMENT
ECLIPSE BUILDING SOCIETY.
100 SHARES, $512

$52

GREAT PRIMER GOTHIC No.

16 A.

11.

VOLUMES

11.

$3.25

PICTURE FRAMES

NEAT PARLOR ORNAMENTS


OIL PAINTINGS 190
PICA GOTHIC No.

20 A.

11.

TWO-LINE BREVIER GOTHIC No.

$2.00

MONUMENTS

ISA.

$2.60

MONITORS
HARPERS FERRY
OCEAN 67

ORIENTAL GRANITE

CEMETERY 34
10 A.

11.

TWO-LINE LONG PRIMER GOTHIC No.

11.

$3.30

DENSE FORES1
RICH L_UMBE:R REGION
PINE TREE 24
8 A.

TWO-LINE ENGLISH GOTHIC No.

11.

$4.00

DOCUMENT
COURT RECORDS
PROBATE 56
Palmer

& Rey,

San Francisco and Portland.


(85)

GOTHIC NO. 2.
PEARL GOTH. No.

NONPAREIL GOTHIC No.

(Nonp. body). 30 A, 60a. $3.10

Improved Nonpareil Job Printing Presses.

Attractive

and Nonpareil Gothics

30A, 60

a.

$3.10

and Valuable Premiums

Choice Selection. SI.5O

Patent Receding Bed, $225.


Pearl

2.

HANDSOME ENGRAVINGS

CYLINDER PRINTING MACHINES

line,

and can

be used as caps

and small

caps.

SELECT EDITIONS FOR ENGINEERS AND MECHANICS

PERSONAL HISTORY AND EXPERIENCE OF DISTINGUISHED AMERICANS.


PRACTICAL GUIDE BOOK,

BREVIER GOTHIC No.

30 A, 20 a.

2.

1725

PACES.

LONG PRIMER GOTHIC No.

$3.85

2.

20 A, 30 a.

$3.25

OPERA COMPANIES

HURON TRIBUNE

Dramatical Entertainment.

Farmers Home Journal


$2 per Annum

Admission $I.5O
COLUMBIAN GOTHIC No.

2.

15 A, 20 a.

$3.25

PICA GOTHIC No.

MERCHANT

15 A, 20 a.

$3.00

MONUMENTS

American Grocer
Produce 2
8 A. 12 a.

2.

Granite and Marble

Cemetery 52

PARAGON GOTHIC No.

2.

$3.55

MOUNTAIN REGION
Mineral and Timber Sections
Fine Material 43
8 A, 12 a.

DOUBLE PICA GOTHIC No.

2.

$5.50

DIRECT ROUTE
Creat Eastern Railroad
Train No. 38
Palmer & Rey, San Francisco and Portland.
(86)

GOTHIC No.
6 A, 8

2.

DOUBLE ENGLISH GOTHIC No.

a.

$6.20

2.

COMMERCE
European Countries

Government 6
5 A, 8

a.

DOUBLE GREAT PRIMEE GOTHIC No.

2.

$8.25

MOUNDS
North American

Homes 28
5 A, 6

DOUBLE PARAGON GOTHIC No.

a.

2.

$8.80

THRONE
Ancient Ruins

German 6
FOUR-LINE PICA GOTHIC No.

4 A, 6 a.

2.

BENCH

$ 11.50

Commands
Palmar

&

Rey, San Francisco and Portland.


(87)

OCTIC SERIES.
(Patented.)

NONPAREIL OCTIC.

30 A.

BREVIER OCTIC.

$1.C5

30 A.

$2.20

MOROCCO BOUND ORDER BOOKS

ROSSBURG COURIER
OUR SUSPENSION BRIDGE

POISONOUS DRUGS, $93.58

DISCOURSER $5390

GORGEOUS SPRING DOORS

TWO-LINE BREVIER OCTIC.

15 A.

$2.20

SPURIOUS COUPONS

NUMEROUS CORRUPT BOARDS


QUORUMS $58,602
LONG PRIMER

20 A.

OCTIC.

PICA OCTIC.

$1.60

20 A.

$2.20

DRUM CORPS

CROCUS SHRUBS
CURIOUS ROSE BUDS.

COURSE BORDER.

BOUQUETS, $2.50

$352,680

TWO-LINE LONG PRIMER OCTIC.

8 A.

$2.50

REPORTS
SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE
RECORDS $352
JURIES'

TWO-LINE PICA OCTIC.

8 A.

$3.30

SUCCESSORS
SUPERB BOURBON
LIQUORS 28
Palmer

& Rey,

Sa,n

Francisco &nd Portland.


(881

(Patented.)

DBL. ENGLISH OCTIC.

6 A.

$3.30

PRODUCERS
ROUGH GROUNDS
BIRDS $63
TWO-LINE GREAT PRIMER OCTIC.

5 A.

$4.

85

GROCERS
ROOS & BROS.
$25,O68
TWO-LINE PARAGON OCTIC.

4 A.

J4.85

COURSE
SOUR DROP
$68930
FOUR-LINE PICA OCTIC.

4 A.

$7.00

SUBURBS
$36.25
Palmer

12

& Rey,

San Francisco and Portland.


(89)

JMo. 12.

PEARL GOTHIC No.

12. (No.Ni-.

30 A.

BODY.)

NONPAREIL GOTHIC No.

$1.40

THE CALIFORNIA GYMNASIUM BUILDING


SPECIAL EXHIBITIONS, 436

and Nonpareil Gothics

line,

30A.

BREVILR GOTHIC No. 12

and can

20 A.

12.

15 A.

.*2.20

53

2.65

BURNISHER

ADORNMENT

90

GREAT PRIMER GOTHIC No.

12 A.

OA.

12.

TWO-LINE BREVIER GOTHIC No.

$2.20

JURISDICTION

COURT HOUSE

Cops and Small Caps.

REFRESHMENTS
CHOICE BOURBON
SELECT WINES

AMERICAN SHORE
12.

be used as

LONG PRIMER GOTHIC No.

$2.15

FOREIGN KINGDOMS
CHINESE (MIGRATION $15

PICA GOTHIC No.

SI. 75

DOMINION GOVERNMENT
UNITED COLONIES OF AMERICA
ARCTIC REGIONS 289

REGULAR MORNING EXERCISES

Pearl

30A.

12.

12.

14
2.45

REVENUE COMMISSIONER, 25
PARAGON GOTHIC No.

8 A.

$2.65

12.

MODERN RESIDENCES 79
TWO-LINE PICA GOTHIC No.

8A.

33.25

12.

SENIOR MEMBERS, 84
TWO-LINE ENGLISH GOTHIC No.

6A.

3.30

12.

FOREIGN SHORE
5 A.

TWO-LINE GREAT PRIMER GOTHIC No.

12.

13
$4.30

CONFERENCE^
DESIGNERS 7
Two-I.iNE PARAGON GOTHIC No.

4 A.

PALMER

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
(90)

AND

12.

PORTLAND.

$4.65

(BONDENSED
GOTHIC CONDENSED NO.
PEARL-NONPAREIL GOTHIC COND. No.

GBoTJHICS.
GOTHIC CONDENSED NO.

7.

58 A.

7.

PEARL-\OXPAREIL GOTHIC COND. No.

1.60

AS YOU PENETRATE INTO THE LABYRINTHIAN RECESSES OF SOME

OUR LITTLE POLLY

NONPAREIL GOTHIC COND. No.

NONPARML GOTHIC COSD. No.

FOSSILIZED PRINTING OFFICES

BREVIER GOTHIC COND. No.

43 A.

7.

NOT SITUATED

IN

56 A.

8.

$1.85

DEAD AND THE FEATHERS ON HER


48 A.

8.

$2.00

HEAD WILL NEVER FLUTTER UP ABOVE THE DOOR.

SOUTHERN

42 A.

7.

$1.60

'S

8.

BREVIER GOTHIC COND. No.

81.90

42 A.

8.

$2.20

AFRICA, NO WHITEWASH BUSINESS OF ANY KIND

FOR THE BLACK HEN BELTED HER WITH

TWO-LINE PEARL GOTHIC COND. No.

TWO-LINE PEARL GOTHIC COND. No.

36 A.

7.

82.10

36A.

8.

LIGHTENS THE SCENE, BUT THE MIDNIGHT

HER LITTLE CROOKED SPUR,

TWO-LINE NONP. GOTHIC COND. No.

TWO-LINE NONP. GOTHIC COND. No.

32 A.

7.

82.70

&

32 A.

8.

$2.25

POLL
$3.00

FEATURES OF THE OFFICE TOWEL

WANTS A CRACKER NO MORE

TWO-LINE BREVIER GOTHIC COND. No.

TWO-LINE BREVIER GOTHIC COND. No.

24 A. 82.75

7.

8.

24 A.

$2.90

SIERRA MADRE MOUNTAINS

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.

TWO-LINE BOVRG. GOTHIC COND. No.

TWO-LINE BOURGEOIS GOTHIC COND. No.

EL

ISA.

7.

2.85

MONTE LIME HEDGES

TWO-LINE LONO PR. GOTHIC COND. No.

ISA. $3.00

OLD OCEAN'S PEARLS


TWO-LINE LONG PR. GOTHIC COND. No.

16 A. $2.85

7.

8.

8.

16 A. j$.20

SULTANA SEEDLESS!

ROLLING STONES

TWO-LINE PICA GOTHIC COND. No.

TWO-LINE PICA GOTHIC COND. No.

12 A.

7.

*3.00

12 A.

8.

$3.35

GRAPE CUTTINGS!

CATCH NO MOSS

TWO-LINE ENGLISH GOTHIC COND. No.

TWO-LINE ENGLISH GOTHIC COND. No.

10 A.

7.

83.30

8.

10 A.

$3.95

BUDDED FRUITS

COLUMBIADS

TWO-LINE COLUMBIAN GOTHIC COND. No.

TWO-LINE COLUMBIAN GOTHIC COXD. No.

7.

8 A.

83.80

8.

8 A.

4.6:)

ORANGE TREE

TASTELESS

TWO-LINE PARAGON GOTHIC COND. No.

TWO-LINE PARAGON GOTHIC COND. No.

5 A.

7.

3.70

4 A.

7.

$3.55

FOUR-LINE PICA GOTHIC COND. No.

&

REY.

$4.10

8.

4 A.

$4 2O

BANANA

MISSIONS
PALMER

5 A.

SMEARED

BERCAMOT!
FOUR-LINE PICA GOTHIC COND. No.

8.

SAN FRANCISCO
(91)

AND

PORTLAND

CONDENSED
PICA GOTHIC COND. No.

15 A, 50 a.

2.

(aOTjHICS.
NONP. GOTHIC COND. No.

|2.20

35 A, 70 a.

3.

$2.75

VALUABLE INFORMATION FOR COLOR PRINTINGS

IRON MERCHANTS AND TRADER

Luminous and Prominent Colors and Delicate Tints

Metropolitan Banking Companies

BREVIER GOTHIC COND. No.

GT. PRIM. GOTHIC COND. No.

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS AND PLANS

2.

a,A

18.6 3

$3.30

LG -PRIM GOTHIC COND No

Fminpnt Mpn

PARAGON GOTHIC COND. No.

2.

12 A, 24 a.

PICA GOTHIC COND. No.

LI

12 A, 24 a.

" ESTO " E COU " TV

$3.00

SIG " AL

$5.00
3.

20 A, 38 a.

$3.00

JOURNAL AND MESSENGER

New

Emigration Trains

Rules and Regulations

GT. PRIM. GOTHIC COND. No.


10 A, 16 a.

$32

Democratic County Convention

MOUNTAIN SCENE
2.

30A50a

20 A, 38 a.

3.

ENGLISH GOTHIC COND. No.

DEL. GT. PRIM. GOTH. CON. No.

3>

Delineations of Mountain Scenery.

$3.75

Important Information
2.

$3.00

EXCURSION TO THE MOUNTAINS

JOURNAL OF HEALTH
DEL. PICA GOTH. COND. No.

30 A, 60 a.

Forming a Complete Manual for Builders

PUBLISHING COMPANIES
nf

3.

3.

18 A, 24 a.

$4.00

$6.20

FURNITURE TRIMMING

FRENCH POET

Carriage Manufacturer
PARAGON GOTH. CON. No. 3.

Prose Writers
DEL. PARA. GOTH. CON. No.

8 A, 12 a.

2.

ISA, 24

a.

$4.55

BOILER BUILDERS

$7.15

Perforating Machine
DEL. ENGLISH GOTH. CON. No.

3.

14 A, 18 a.

$5.50

Banner House MODERN TIMES


4-LINE PICA GOTH. CON. No.

''

Jf

l|

Iml

2.

6 A, 10 a.

&&.

1U

LcllCSt HI 1^611X1011

$7.75

DEL. GT. PR. GOTH. CON. No.

rmnitKd

3.

6 A, 10 a.

$4.75

AMERICANS
Manufacturer

Hey, San Francisco and Portland.


(92)

ONDEJMSED (aOT^ICS.
PICA GOTHIC Ex. COND. No.

36 A. 52 a.

2.

$3.00

ELEMENTS OP RHETORIC AND LITERARY CRITICISMS


fctraied Manual of Spherical and

Practical

North

of

a,

?3.3o

USEFUL CONDENSED GOTHICS,


Comprehensive Guides

for Printers

PICA GOTHIC COND. No.

20 A, 38 a.

4.

$3.30

2.

" ERCHANTS DEPAR

American Journal

ISA, 24

4.

Astronomy

GREAT PRIMER GOTHIC EXTRA COND. No.

in no two

Lo. PRIM. GOTHIC COND. No.

ENT
Monument

Handsome Gothic
Agriculture

DOUBLE PICA GOTHIC EXTRA COND. No.

2.

18 A, 32 a.

$6.20

FLORISTS
rJirmPrO

GT. PRIM. GOTHIC COND. No.

STEAM

ISA, 24

4.

a.

$3.30

FIRE ENGINES

Practical

Improvements

DEL. SMALL PICA GOTHIC COND. No.

4.

12 A, 24 a. $5.75

[OSDCfOUS,
DOUBLE ENGLISH GOTHIC EXTRA COND. No. 2.
14 A, 20 a.

SELTZER SPRINGS

$5.50

Exhilerating Drinks!

ill

Haodsome

" lu"
PI

Uo

'

NI

'

UMI GOTHIC

( 'i

).\i>.

No.

8 A, ICa.

4.

Ornaments

$6,45

SHARON'S MAID

DOUBLE COLUMB. GOTHIC EXTRA COND. No. 2.


14 A, 20 a.

$6.50

Beats Goldsmith
DEL. GT. PRIMER GOTHIC COND. No.

Instructions
DHL. GT. PR.

Grammar

in

GOTHIC EXTRA COND. No.

CIRCUS JOYS

$5.40

Nosiest
CANON GOTHIC COND. No.

DBL.

PARAOJX

6 A, 12 a. $7.55

2.

8 A, 14 a.

Painters,

Landscape

4.

GOTHIC EXTRA COND. No.


7 A, 10 a,

Boys
4

4.

A, 8

a.

$7.00

EXCELSIOR

2.

$7.25

Alpine Hero
FOUR-LINE PICA GOTHIC COND No.

Insurance
Palmer

4.

4 A, 8

a.

$8.40

Harvester
& Rey,

San Francisco and Portland.

OTJHIC CONDEJMSED-eOTjHIC ITALI6.


GOTHIC CONDENSED NO.

LG.

PKIMER GOTH. COND. No.

6.

GOTHIC

6.

30 A, 50 a.

ITALIC.

Pearl and Nonpareil Gothic Italic No. 4 line, and


can be used as Caps and Small Caps.

$3.00

THE CINCINNATI SOUTHERN RAILROADS.


THE FRENCH AND GERMAN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.

Large Transportations to Southern Towns

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF DISTINGUISHED STATESMEN.

PICA GOTH. COND. No.

PEARL GOTHIC ITALIC No.

24 A, 36 a.

6.

$3.25

on Nonp. body.

30 A, 60 a.

FOREIGN AND NATIVE PRODUCTIONS

Personal Narrating and Results of Trauels

Dealer

in

$2.20

HISTORICAL ACCOUNTS OF THE DISCOVERY OF AMERICA


Through Europe

French Wines and Liquors.


NONP. GOTHIC ITALIC No.

GT. PRIM. GOTH. COND. No.

6.

18 A, 24 a.

30 A, 60 a.

4.

$2.20

MERCHANTS AND TRADERS BANKING ASSOCIATION

$3.46

Authentic Biographies of Eminent American Writers

MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.


NONP. GOTHIC ITALIC No.

Meetings of Trustees Directors


DBL. PICA GOTH. CON. No.

6.

30 A, 60 a.

3.

$2.65

NEWS LETTERS

PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL

The Cincinnati Type Foundry, 201 Vine Street

12A,20a. $4.45

BREVIER GOTHIC ITALIC No.

THE EXPOSITION BUILDINGS

AUTHENTIC REPORT OF

3.

36 A, 52 a.

NEW

$2.85

INVENTIONS

Manufacturer of Latest Improved Machinery

Cotton Growers' Exhibition


LG. PRIM. GOTHIC ITALIC No.

3.

30 A, 42 a.

$2.85

WINE-GROWING CENTER OF EUROPE


Imported French Wines and Brandies

GOTHIC EXTRA CONDENSED NO.

1.

PICA GOTHIC ITALIC No.


2-LiNE PICA GOTHIC Ex. CON. No.

1.

10 A.

22 A, 38 a.

3.

$2.7.'

SOUTHERN PRINTING COMPANY


$1.65

Programmes, Statements, Posters

TYPE FOUNDRY COMPANY


GT. PRIM. GOTHIC ITALIC No.

3.

18 A. 25 a.

$3.10

DAYTON TRADE JOURNAL


Printers' International Union
FIVE-LINE PICA GOTHIC Ex. COND.

6 A.

$5.00

PARAGON GOTHIC

ITAL. No.

3.

18 A, 24 a.

$4.00

FLOUR MERCHANTS
National Government.
DBL. ENG. GOTH. ITAL. No.

3.

10 A, 14 a.

$5.00

CORHER PIECE
Card Ornaments
PALMER &

REY.

SAN FRANCISCO AND PORTLAND.


(94)

GOTJHIC.
BREVIER CIRCULAR GOTHIC.

24 A, 48 a.

$3.26

BREATHED BY TUE LIPS OF SLANDER, MAY


Destroy a noble reputation,

12845

24 A, 48

ttaue a care of

Great effects from

That hnowest not pain.

24680

67890

causes spring.

from

$3.75

KNOWEST NOT CARE

TUftJ

Come, gently breathing, sorrow charming king,

his eyes this light

Come, healing power

HEMEN
Turned, nor

789

ttell

MS

$3.06

NO LOVE LIKE

WIRED
Woman Scorned

hath no Fury Like unto a

Lord of himself though not of Lands-

456

COLUMBIAN CIRCULAR GOTHIC.

a.

uai'J

13579

PICA CIRCULAR GOTHIC.

18 A. 36 a.

A, 24

little

do, for

LONG PRIMER CIRCULAR GOTHIC.

a.

OH SLEEP

1-2

what you say, and more of wr/at you

$3.70

SOME ARE BORN GREAT


Some

achieue greatness, and some haue greatness

9873

5432

thrust uporj then].

PARAGON CIRCULAR GOTHIC.

10 A, 20 a.

$4.40

WONDROUS BEAUTIES
Flowers Blooming, Birds Singing,

2345 Luxuriant
PALMER &

REY,

l/eoetation
<j

SAN FRANCISCO
(95)

AND

PORTLAND.

all

Nature

6789

DOUBLE

10A, 20A,

?4.

OTJHKBS.

DOUBLE PICA DOUBLE SCORED GOTHIC.

20 A, (without caps), $2.75

HARD! METAL[ SMOOTH! ACCURATE] BODIES!

6A

12A,-S4.50.

DOUBLE GREAT PRIMER DOUBLE SCORED GOTHIC.

12A, (without caps;,

2.75

BOSTON COMMISSION MERCHANT


[NUMBER] [J041 [MILK ST]

DOUBLE PARAGON DOUBLE SCORED GOTHIC.

4A, 8A,$5.25.

FURNISHED

SELECTIONS

3A, 6A,

SA, (without caps), $3.25

CAXOX DOUBLE SCORED GOTHIC.

S6.00.

6A, (without caps) 83.75

ENGLISH DEBATER
LIB
Palmer

MARCH
& Rey,

16]

San Francisco &nd Portland.


(96)

ottiic arad.

joectional

PARAGON SECTIONAL GOTHIC No.

rmpT

$2.5C

2.

prminmrp

minnipiipr

me

MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES, BAPTISMAL RECORDS, CRADLES, ETC,

MlliJI IVIUIIIUnUL ULUUIIIIILU

illlU

PARAGON SECTIONAL GOTHIC Nos.

AND

n]

illlU

2 IN COMBINATION.

IlimimPII nrmirnV
FRESH AIR AND NUTRITIOUS FOOD.

DR.

COMMONSENSE, SOLE PROPRIETOR.

inium
PARAGON SECTIONAL GOTHIC No.

$3.50

1.

iivnnnpTimpm nrnrnnniirn
COME AND SEE THE GREAT CALABASH CRACKER IN ZERO HALL.

iiiuiiujiniiunL
4A.

LIII UIIIVILII

DOUBLE ENGLISH SECTIONAL GOTHIC.

nnniTrnn'
PALMER &

$4.50

rummnn
SANSOME

REY, 405-7

ST.

imuinuu
DOUBLE ENGLISH AND PARAGON SECTIONAL GOTHIC Nos.

AND

2 IN COMBINATION.

Tvnr
TO ORDER ON SHORTEST NOTICE POSSIBLE.

unu|
PICA SECTIONAL GRAPHIC.

4A.

COMBINES IMMENSE STRENGTH


JL

Jl\

Jiy

GREAT SPEED

'/JIL

GREAT PRIMER SECTIONAL GRAPHIC.

5 A.

"HriTH

$3.00

ELECTROTYPERS, STEREOTYPERS, PRINTERS' FINDERS

Palmer
13

& Rey,

$4.50

AND MACHINISTS.

San Francisco and Portland.


(97)

GOTHIC
PEARL, (on Nonpareil.)

32A,64a

$2.40

THE BALANCE IN THE HAND OF TIME OVER EAST AND


West

its

Beam impended, and Day

with

all

its

BREVIER.

24A,48a, $2.65

OUR CRADLE

123

Hours of Light was

to

Fame,

in

LONG PRIMER. Sm. Caps,

24A,48a, $3.35

NOW

LITTLE AVAILS IT

24A, $1.30

TO

Know of ages Passed

long array

456

How

123

so long ago, Nor


THEY ROLLED ON 456

Sm. Caps,

PICA.

18A,36a, $3.10

32A, $1.10

IS

in the Mansions of the Blest Death


54 LEAVES TO ITS ETERNAL REST THE WEARY SOUL 12

246

Sm. Caps, 24A, $0.80

WERE SWEPT AWAY

Sm. Caps,

THE STARTING PLACE IN LIFE,


Swift we Run the Onward race and Reach the Goal, when

THE NOBLE BLOOD OF GOTHIC NAME


Heroes Emblazoned high

4.
NONPAREIL.

32A,64a, 82.85

Slowly sinking out of sight, while Opposite

The scale of Night silently with the Stars descended

No.

ITALIC,

18A, $1.00

GENTLE SPRING IN SUNSHINE CLAD, WELL DOST


Thou thy Power display, for Winter maheth the Light heart Sad and

7890

MAKEST THE SAD HEART GAY

THOU,

4557

GREAT PRIMER.

12A,24a, $3.25

Sm. Caps,

12A, $1.20

SOME VILLAGE HAMPDEN DAUNTLESS


The tyrant of his Fields withstood, HERE MAY REST 128
DOUBLE SMALL

10A,20a, $3.80

Sm. Caps,

PICA.

10A, $1.25

SOLITUDE WHERE ARE THOSE


Charms that Sages haue SEEN IN THY FACE 123
NONPAREIL TELESCOPIC GOTHIC

32A

No.

1.

BOSOM OF THE BRIGHT BLUE SEA

32A

No.

AND HALF

3.

123

&

REY,

$1.05
IN

REST

HAVE SEEN THY WATERS STEALING ONWARD

No.

4.

LIFE

12345

$1-50

SADNESS AND ILLNESS I HAVE SEEN


THY CURRENT GLIDE, TILL THE BEAUTY OF ITS
STILLNESS OVERFLOWED ME 123
IN

COMBINATION OF TELESCOPIC GOTHIC

PALMER

32A

$1.20

CAN GIVE THEE BUT A SONG

IH STRIFE

UKE THE STORMY STREAM OF

LESSONS DEEP AND LONG, THOU HAST BEEN A GENEROUS


I

2.

FOUR LONG YEARS OF MINGLED FEELING HALF

11345

THOU HAST TAUGHT ME SILENT RIVER, MANY

GIVER

No.

32A

$1.00

RIVER THAT IH SILENCE KINDEST THROUGH THE MEADOWS

BRIGHT AND FREE, TILL AT LAST THY REST THOU fINDEST IN THE

ITALIC.

ITALIC ALL

SAN FRANCISCO
(98)

AND

ON NONPAKIEL BODY.

PORTLAND.

LIGHTFACE CELTIC CONDENSED,


BREVIER.

36A,36A

LONG PRIMER.

32A.32A

$2.85

AMONG THE LONG BLACK RAFTERS

YOUR

LIFE IS MINE

$2.90

AND WHAT

THE SHADOWS LAY AND THE CURRENT THAT CAME FROM

SHALL KEEP ME FROM SENDING YOUR VILE SOUL

THE OCEAN SEEMED TO LIFT AND 32

TO ITS ACCOUNT FROM 45

PICA.

24A.24A

COLUMBIAN.

18A.18A

$2.55

$2.05

SHE HAD THAT RING FROM

STAND NOT UPON THE

ME AND REVENGE SHALL BE MY BATTLE 28

ORDER OF GOING BUT GO AND SOON 34

PARAGON.

16A.16A

SOCIETY

IS

83.85

ONE POLISHED HORDE

FORMED OF THOSE MIGHTY TRIBES THE BORES AND BORED 84


DOUBLE

12A.12A

PICA.

$3.95

FIXED HIS BLANK EYE UPON

THE SUN THEN THROUGH THE SILENCE HE

68

DOUBLE ENGLISH.

10A.10A

SAID
$455

STRANGER THAN FICTION


DOUBLE COLUMBIAN.

8A,8A

24

$5.15

DEAD FOR ONE DUCAT


DOUBLE GREAT PRIMER.

6A,6A

DEEP

$5.25

BUT SHALL
PALMER &

REY.

SAN FRANCISCO
(99)

AND

PORTLAND

READ

PROGRAM.
NoxPAr.En..

32A, 64a

83.50

I/IEADOWS
Like

Down Shaken

GREENE

from. Winter's

12687

Shadow the Trees

4.

-3Wie=-

MILLIONS UNBORNKs-

The Pen

Young Wings

is

Mightier Than The Sword

with+itS+t>right*SCintillations

in their

-*s-

84.85

THIS*USEFUL*TYPE*PRO CLAIM

The*Sun*is+Ascending*and
Skeletons

BREVIER

2iA,18A,48a

THE+FROST+IH+ITS+BEAUTY+LIES+OYER

93450

OF WlT, GENIALITY AND OF SYMPATHY


-^il^-^^^r 1884 ft *

LONG PRIMER.

24A,18A,48a

85.95

UNSOPHISTICATED * CUBS * TR AHSFORMED


APPAREL S^-

-^N GENTILITY IN

And Swagger Awkward Rehearsals

Slang and Dubious Wit

of

Pupils * become * Adepts * to * Simpleton


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18A,12A,36a

85.15

UNBOUKDED*CAPACITY*EVER*FILLIHG
WONDERFUL BRAIH
Showing the True Pathway

to Virtue

and Happiness

Written* Hundreds* of *Years* Ago

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l^A,8A,24a

85.70

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The Friend

of

Sorrow and

of

Woe, and

it is

the *Happy*who*called #Thee * so


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NOXPAKIEL.

IN

$3.00

THE MARKET PLACE OF BRUGES STANDS THE BELFRY

Old and brown

thrice

Consumed and

thrice Rebuilded,

still

it

"Watches o'er the

Town

THE SUMMER MORN WAS BREAKING AS ON


the tower

stood, the

World threw

off the

Darkness as weeds of "Widowhood

BBEVIEK.

24A,48a

Broad meadow Lands,


Old

83-80

THE VALLEY OF THE PEGNITZ, ACROSS

IN

Franconian mountains, Nuremberg

rise the blue

THE ANCIENT STANDS, QUAINT


town of Toil and traffic, Quaint old Town of art

and Song

LONG PRIMER.

18A,36a

$3.35

BREATHED BY THE
May

spoil a

Noble reputation,

246

and More

of

LIPS OF SLANDER
Have a Care of what you Say
1 35
what You do

PICA.

16A,32a

$3.70

WITH WHAT A LEADEN AND


Retarding weight does Expectation and Anticipation

136
8A,16a

Load

the wings of

Time

246

GREAT PRIMER.

$3.70

KIND HEARTS ARE


More than Coronets and simple Faith
35 than Norman blood 79
6A,13a

Go

DOUBLE SMALL

PICA.

HE MUST NEEDS
that the Devil drives
Palmer & Rey, San Francisco and Portland.
(101)

$5-00

46

EbTIC ^0.4.

JMORMAJM

GREAT PRIMER CELTIC No.

IMfRlfJT 6ELTIC.
30A.

PEARL IMPRINT CELTic,(on Nonp. body.) $1.75

30A.

AOATE IMPRINT CELTIC, (on Nonp. body.) $1.50

HE

SITS

ONDE^ISED.
10 A, 10 A.

4.

$3.30

TELEGRAPH
FOREIGN ITEMS

AROUND WITH ASPECT MEEK, UNTIL THE


DOUBLE PICA CELTIC No.
NONPAREIL IMPRINT CELTIC.

30 A, 30 A.

AND THEN HE SOBERLY DOTH WINK, AND

<3ELTI(B
NONPAREIL CELTIC No.

MONUMENT

JMo. 4.
35 A.

4.

$1.65

20 A, 20 A.

4.

DOUBLE ENGLISH CELTIC No.

SOUTHERN COMMISSION MERCHANTS


20 A, 20 A.

4.

SUPREME COURT REPORTS


LONG PRIMER CELTIC No.

18 A, 18 A.

4.

TWO-LINE GREAT PRIMER CELTIC No.

INSURANCE AGENCY
PICA CELTIC No.

14

4.

A,

14 A.

4.

5A.5A. 87.50

GLOUD

$2.40

RICH MINING REGION

$5.80

.MPIRES

$2.30

UNITED STATES COURT

6 A, 6 A.

4.

ROUND

$1.90

ELEGANT STEEL ENGRAVING


BREVIER CELTIC No.

$4.60

REPORTS

GRAND DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENTS


GIVEN BY THE HARMONIC SOCIETY.
MINION CELTIC No.

8 A, 8 A.

4.

TWO-LINE PARAGON CELTIC No.

4.

4A, 4A. $10.50

NANl

$2.40

GRAND EDITION
TREMONT COURIER

JMORMAN COJN9ENSED.
LONG PRIMER NORMAN COND.

20 A, 32 A.

$3.00

PICA

SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD

NORMAN COND.

12 A, 20 A.

$3.20

UNITED STATES MINTS

FRE.GHT AND PASSENGER TRAINS


GREAT PRIMER NORMAN COND. 10 A, 16 A.
_...__,-._,,.,,
T ^._. T _.__

$3.40
.

PARAGON NORMAN COND.

8 A, 12 A.

$4.00

5 A, 8 A.

$4.2.>

FOREIGN JOURNAL
TRTRTTMV
I RIBUNE

DEL. GT. PRIMER

NORMAN COXD.

4 A. 6 A.

$5.00

DEL. PICA

~^r"

^^^

NORMAN COND.

MERCHANTS

XPOSITION IRON FOUNDER


PALMER & REY, SAN FRANCISCO
(102)

AND PORTLAND.

OXONIAN.

NONPAREIL OXONIAN.

14A, 20A.

FIGMENES OP IjEACTHEH
BliISSPUL fflEANDE^INGS OF SUNNING SlIPID

$2.15

fflYCTHOllOSY.

CTHE LtUSGIOUS lifiSSES

pMONG

OP SONSaiflNTINOPliE.

$ 123466Z89O

BREVIER OXONIAN.

12A, 20A.

$2.30

SOCIAL (sUsmoMs IN ^NGIENHT SALIMYI^A.


flUXILIA^Y fflEGHANIGAL J3PPLIANGES OP JTHB

GGYPmiAM BYI^AMID BUILDEF^S

$ 1235S6?:800 e

LONG PRIMER OXONIAN.

10A, 20A.

LlIYIMG INPINITISIMAL ^A^ASIIIIG

$2.50

I^EAIlUl^ES.

BEAUTIES I^EYEALED BY (DEANS OP OIGI^OSGOPIG INYESTIGAJPIONS.


$ 1234i6Z890

10A, ISA.

PICA OXONIAN.

liAI^GE l^EWAI^D
fl

I^EPUTAJFION POF? SOBI^IEITY

TO FINDER.

AND INDUSTRY STAYED.

GREAT PRIMER OXONIAN.

8A, ISA.

$3.05

$3.70

fflUMiIJPUDINOUS (QlNOI^ITIES.

HE UNITED BROTHERHOOD OF BOLITIGIANS.

7A, 12A.

TWO-LINE LONG PRIMER OXONIAN.

$3.95

QUOTATIONS MISQUOTED.
YGLOPEDIA OF LlUDIGI^OUS

TWO-LINE PICA.

5A, 10A.

SHOVEL

GXGAVATTING FOI^ I^OMAN


$
PALMER

123^7890
&

REY, SAN FRANCISCO AND PORTLAND.

(103)

$4.25

ATHENIAN:.

25A, 30a.

NONPAREIL ATHENIAN.

$3.00

UNQUESTIONABLE ANTIMONIACAL PROPOSITIONS.


Ornamental Type, like Bonbons and Ginberbread,
pose;

but a Neat Plain Letter

25A, 30a.

all

as

may

Welcome

Occasionally Serve a Good Puras Bread

and Butter.

BREVIER ATHENIAN.

THIS
To

is

Who

IS

$3.80

A SELF-EVIDENT PROPOSITION

are Gifted with, that Admirable Felicity of Taste

which

Discovers Beauty in Simplicty.

LONG PRIMER ATHENIAN.

20A, 25a.

As the

83.90

DECIDEDLY NEAT BUT NOT GAUDY


Darwinian Progenitor of the Genus Homo remarked
After Decorating his Narrative

PICA ATHENIAN.

15A, 20a.

$4.10

STRAIGHT THE PATH OF DUTY


Beauty Follow the First and
The Other will Follow Thee.

Curved the Line

of

GREAT PRIMER ATHENIAN.

10A, 15a.

$4.50

ATHENIAN BEAUTY'S
Robust Slenderness Ensures Her Grecian
Lover's Tenderness.

DOUBLE SMALL PICA ATHENIAN.

8A, 12a.

$5.40

STOLEN KISSES
Compressed Tunnel Sweetness
Railroad Sparks.
Palmer

& Rey,

San Francisco and Portland.


(104)

ATHENIAN.
NONPAREIL CONDENSED ATHENIAN.

30A. 50a.

THE SOT HAD PUT


When

Countless Stars Appearei

Amii the

ML

HIS HISHT-CAP 01,

Curtains round his

Bei

$2.75

COYEEED O'ER

HIS HEAD,

The Moon Arose, most Motherly, to take a gulet peep hoar

all

The Stars Behave! while he her Sovereign was Asleep.

BREVIER CONDENSED ATHENIAN.

30A, 2:u, 50a.

SHE
Though Silent

SAW THEM WINK

all, to

$4.40

THEIR SILVERY EYES, AS IF IN ROGUISH FLAY;

her they Seemed as

if

they'd

mush

to Say.

So, Lest their Frolics

Should

DISTURB THE SLEEPING Kiss OF LISHT,

LONG PRIMER CONDENSED ATHENIAN.

25A, 15A, 40a.

$4.65

SHE ROSE SO HIGH THAT HER MILD EYE


Could Keep them

all

in

Sight

The Stars, Abash'd, Stole Softly Back, and Looked

DEMURE AND PRIM; UNTIL THE MOON BEGAN TO NOD,


PICA CONDENSED ATHENIAN.

10A, IOA, 20a,

HER EYES BECOMING

$3.50

THEN SLEEPILY
Somewhere: Who Knows

DIM.

She Sought her Home, that's


WHERE? BUT AS SHE WENT, THE PLAYFUL STARS
GREAT PKIMER CONDENSED ATHENIAN.

8A, SA, 15 a.

$4.50

COMMENCED THEIR TWIHKLIIG


And when

Glare.

the

Moon was

fairly Gone,

THE IMPS WITH SILVERY EYES


DOUBLE PICA CONDENSED ATHENIAN.

6A, OA, Ida.

HAD
It

Woke
To

SO

$6.85

MUCH FUN

the Sun, and he Began

RISE.

HE ROSE

IH

GLORY I

DOUBLE GREAT PRIMER CONDENSED ATHENIAN.

4A, 4A, 8a

$7.00

FROM HIS EYES


Sprang Forth a lew- Born
DAY; BEFORE WHOS:
14

(105)

GEOMETRIC SPECIMENS,
PEAHL, GEOMETBIC, ON NOXI'AREIL BODY.

1GA, 16A, 60a.

$3.50

AN ENRAPTURED OBSERVER DF NATURE


THE HUSH DF TWILIGHT FALLS GENTLY DN THE GREEN AND SLOPING MEAUDU/S
All Tremulous the Aspens Stand by the Waywcrn Zephyrs Fanned 150
BEAUTIFUL. SUNSETS APPEARING TD

NOW

Great

Charms

of

EEPARTURE DF THE SUNLIGHT

Evening

Splendors

of

a Dying

Eay

NONPAREIL GEOMETRIC.

16A, SOa.

RESULT DF THE APPLICATION DF A


Handsome

NEW

$2.75

PRINCIPLE IN TYPE DESIGNING

Series far Neat, Tasty and Elegant Printing

Extremely Useful in Almost Every Style

r.f

Artistic

Typography 343

UKEVIEK GEOMETRIC.

16A, 46a.

$3.50

GRACEFUL FORMS DF SQUARES AND PARALLELOGRAMS


Letters

Composed

of Straight

Lines and Angles BC

Beautiful Effect Produced Without Using the Line

of

Beauty

LON<; PRIMER GEOMETRIC.

13A, 40a.

$3.50

TREATISES DN THE PRINCIPLES DF GEOMETRY


Mathematical MeasuremEnt 3BD
Attributes and Relations

nf

Magnitude Found

TlCA GEOMETRIC'.

12A, 34a.

$4.00

ARITHMETICAL QUESTIONS DISCUSSEE


Many

Intricate

Computations B4

Investigating the Mysteries of Calculation


GREAT PRIMER GEOMETRIC.

10A, 24a.

$4.50

STRANGE THEOREMS PRDVEE


CnmEring HIE Rnnnd
Ddd Tricks nf NnnibErs 125
Dot'BLE PICA GEOMETRIC.

10A, 15a.

$5.00

CIRCE:
Trying Pro"blEnr
Puzzles for Scliolars
PALMER

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
(106)

AND

PORTLAND.

(aEOJVIETRIC

16 A, 50

NONTARIEL GEOMETRIC

a.

She hved upon the shady side of


uuuutrg street;
to

82.75

ITALIC.

THE BEAUTY ACROSS THE

13A, 40a.

that old-fashioned

Twn branching Apple

e'er SO red, OF SIRCE

Thp
lie

flppfinn
c
I

-L

see the laughing maiden yst, with

J.J.

LJ LI. tJ.

hrmrc^

J.J.LJ LJ.J.

TTrh'rh
LJ 1 L
[A/
J.J.J.

''

n ET rsturn a ^

gaw

leaVB Onl ^

her mignnnettE.

U/Bary days nf pain

GREAT PRIMER GEOMETRIC

10A, 24a.

4.00

SIGHING LDIIER

In Memnry's snchantsd land I

at

tasted half SO

PICA GEOMETRIC ITALIC.

12A, 34a.

$3.50

RD RpplES WBTB

have

Earliest Thoughts nf LaVB,

SWBBt:

DELIGHTFUL VISION,

prnudly

trees o' erspead a

rickety old garden seat;

sweet

LONG PRIMER GEOMETRIC ITALIC

watering-pot in mittened hand,

$3.50

ITALIC.

FURTHER DESCRIPTION,

spreading Chestnut greenly tried

a snnu/ij night nf steps above,

BREVIER GEOMETRIC

16 A, 46 a.

UlfiY

screen the door of her retreat; a tiny garden, trim

and square,

IT/cLIC.

3E5

ITALIC.

84.50

ORERMS OF HAPPINESS
Youthful Illusions Dispelled by Experience
Demolishing Castles in the Rir 19
DOUBLE PICA GEOMETR.C

10A, 15a.

ITALIC.

*5.00

PLEASING SCENES

Taking Retro spentivE Glances


Reviewing Past Days 3D
:

EOJVIETRie.
PICA CONDENSED GEOMETRIC

22 A. 30

a.

GT.

$3.75

-SNPi{ETEpaus*FRiNCiPALmES^

Adorns

DEL.

PRIM. COND. GEOMETRIC.

CJT

Beyond

22 A, 30 a.

$4.25

12 A, 16 a.

$4.00

Seas 123,

the

-.LitllE

PRIMER COND. GEOMETRIC.

9 A, 12 a.

$5.45

UANY SLAM
PALMER

&

REY.

DEL. PICA COND. GEOMETRIC.

TTbL
F

SAN FRANCISCO
(107)

AND

PORTLAND

INCLINED BOLDFACE AND INCLINED ANTIQUE.

NONPAREIL INCLINED BOLDFACE.

30A, 50a.

My

Thoughts Unwilling

LAY ME DOWX

Vigils

keep:

I Turn

Strain:

in

Weariness and Pain, and

Twelve and

all is

/.'

I Hear the

Sentry's

Well!

BREVIER INCLINED BOLDFACE.

30A, 50a.

THE AIR WITH NOISE NO LONGER


Still

$2.60

CANNOT SLEEP;

JtUT

$3.45

STIRS;

as the Place of Sepulchres the Sleeping City is, save when the
Sentry's Voice is heard Again: "One, and all is Well!"
LONG PRIMER INCLINED BOLDFACE.

25A, 40a.

$3.45

WE BORE HIM TO THE GHA FE


While yet 'twas Morn, the Winter Sunlight Shining on his Coffin :
The Weight of Grief was Heavy to be Borne,
PICA INCLINED BOLDFACE.

20A, 30a.

$3.95

AND THE SALT TEARS


Rose

in

onr Eyelids Often. We Slowly Walked


In Mutely Sad Procession;

a)
NONPAREIL INCLINED ANTIQUE.

30A, 50a.

And

the

$3.00

THE PITYING PEOPLE FREELY MADE US WAY;


Blest Child, yet Guileless of Transgression, we Softly placed Between
Walls of Clay. We Sang a Hymn We Bowed our Heads to Pray.
BREVIER INCLINED ANTIQUE

30A, 50a.

the

S3. 45

AND GOD WHO HAD OUR BITTER


Grief Appointed,

Sent also Strengthening Grace by Lips Anointed,

Ere we Sore Him


25A, 40a,

to

His Grave

LONG PRIMER INCLINED ANTIQUE.

f3.7C

THE OLD CLOCK IN THE HALL


Is

Slowly Ticking; and Hour by Hour it Tolls a Funeral Chime: Its Ever-going

20A, 30a.

PICA INCLINED ANTIQUE.

AND UNHURRIED CLICKING


Denotes the Speed of the old Traveler Time.
It is a Solemn Voice.
(108)

LoAW

ITAbie.

BREVIER LAW

24A, 80a.

ITALIC.

$3.45

EXTRA LOWERCASE TO ORDER.


FOR

Circular

and Blank Printing, Law and Copperplate

Italic

have served the purpose best of any type yet designed. In fact, they
have become a necessity in every office where this class of work is
done to any extent.
Brass Leaders to match
in 3 Ib. founts
$1.60 per Ib.
LONG PRIMER LAW

20 A, 70a.

ITALIC.

$3?60

EXTRA LOWERCASE TO ORDER.


TO

facilitate the composition of Blank Work, Brass


Leaders are made for' each size of both Law Italic and

In ordering, be
Copperplate Italic, and kept in stock.
to
the
to
be
state
matched, as the
careful
face and body
"line" of Law Italic is different from that of Copperplate.
Brass Leaders. to jnatch^.Slb. founts
$1.50 per Ib.
PICA

ISA, 40 a.

LAW

ITALIC.

13.10

EXTRA LOWERCASE TO ORDER.

WE
to line

make Brass Leaders, also, on special order,


with any type. When ordering, always be

careful to enclose a letter out of the fount to be


matched: a Cap H, or a lowercase
will answer.

Brass Leaders 3

$1J$

per

Uttie &clifot hob 6-een

weM

Ib.

founts

Ib.

.^^

UTILITY SCRIPT.
8 A, 45

PICA UTILITY SCRIPT.

a.

&htA e&eeecfonafy
that

handy
we have piven it

d&wbttebb it

fob

ext'ia,o'idvnci,ltj>

eaA-ily bet

aA>

Sufficient ifoace

and

Saw

GREAT PRIMEU UTILITY

t/fae

tSUMb o

de&tined

q/lind

all.
&

REY, SAN FRANCISCO AND PORTLAND.

(109)

a!>

the

^veaA, ;

'

and

it

Static.

^/lincl eweeediri(f

PALMER

to-

SCRIPT.

^od

itb

lo-m the

veMatite tettel

faebnAj it ib

dibtlibuted ok

8 A, 4fia.

bhotv

to-

fil&fcet, keco-pnitio-n

@/foce n&ecfo juht bwcfa

&
id

^vitt> ^eceiv-e

$3.15

$5.75

LATIN ITALIC.

NONPAREIL LATIN

30A, 50a

ITALIC.

$2.60

THERE WAS AN OLD FELLOW, WHOSE NAME WAS DICK,


Used

to

Come

into the Office

and Pick up a

Stick,

and Swear any Comp.

in the place he could Lick

At Setting

Type he could make 'em Sick, with his Clickety, Clickety, Bobbing and Bobbing,

BREVIKR LATIX

30A, 50a.

ITALIC.

82.75

HE COULD SET UP A THOUSAND AN HOUR.


In Appearance this Chap was not Genteel.

His Face seemed

to

He'd a large red Nose and was out at the Heel

say he could go a Square Meal.

LONG PRIMKII LATIN

25A, 40a.

From

his general Style

$2.65

ITALIC.

YOU WOULD HARDLY FEEL, WITH HIS CLICKETY,


Clickety,

Bobbing and Bobbing, He could Set up a Thousand an Hour.

Tramp would

20A

Sail in

and

Fill

up his Case

PICA LATIN ITALIC.

30a.

This

$2.90

WITH SUCH WOND'ROUS SPEED, HE ALWAYS


Would Race, that You'd fancy

the Matter Ejected

The Type dropped so Fast, each

from

Space,

in its Place,

CiRKAT 1'KIMKR LATIN ITALIC.

ISA, 200.

$3.45

WITH HIS CLICKETY, CLICKETY,


Bobbing and Bobbing, He Distributed a Thousand

An

Hour; yes, he Did!


DOUBLE SMALL PICA LATIN

lOA, 15a.

ITALIC.

$3.60

MORAL: SO ALL YOUNG MEN


Both Great and Small when Setting Type
Don't Bob at all Nor Click
PALMER

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
(110)

AND PORTLAND.

COPPERPLATE
30 A, 60

|T/rbie.

LONG PRIMER COPPERPLATE

a.

ITALIC.

$3.00

MdlDEX! WITH THE MEEK, BROWN EYES,


Shadow

Dusk

Evening Skies! Thou


whose Locks outshine the Sun, Golden Tresses wreathed in one, 3Ls
the Braided Streamlets run!

In whose Orbs a

lies,

Like the

Standing, with reluctant feet,

Where

in

llie

Brook and

'River meet,

Womanhood and Childhood fleet !


Brass Leaders, $1 .50 per

lf>

A, 42

Ib.

PICA COPPERPLATE ITALIC.

a.

SPErtK! S<PEdK!

$3.20

THOU FEdftFUL GUEST!

Who, with thy hollow breast, Still in rude armor dressed,


Contest to daunt me! Wrapt not in Eastern balms, <Bul with
thy fleshless palms Stretched as if asking alms,
Ihou haunt me?

Brasss Leaders, $1 .4-0 per

12

A, 60

GREAT PRIMER COPPERPLATE

a.

THE

of the Clover,

.^Ind

down

flying

the

Hollow

2b.

is

$5.50

THE

under the Grey ;

the fleet-winged

Swallow

Little Peterkin

10 A, GO a.

Paul

PARAGON COPPERPLATE ITALIC.

%MR

the Present,

Let the Morrow bear

coming Night bemoan?


PALMER

&

$6.25

I'HE <Blffl<DEW

own; If the Morning Sky be pleasant,


the

is

away and away.


(
Dear

Of

The Green

dost

ITALIC.

<RUST IS OVE<R

ffied

Why

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO

(HI)

AND

PORTLAND.

its

Why

VEJSE TIAJi.
LONG PRIMER.

Job Fonts, 24A,140a, $8.10

Letters

the

appropriate

Monk

Job Fonts,

This

to the Text.

(Devotional Works,

by the

Card Fonts, 12A,70a, $4.05

Manuscripts which served as the model for the First (Printers, the Initial
were frequently elaborately ornamented, and often formed an illustration

In

where

or (Devotee,

the

and

was

especially the case in Copies of the Scriptures

Adornment of
these

the Text

was regarded as a

ornaments were imitated

PICA, No.

20 A, lOOa, $6.10

and

(Pious (Duty

closely by the early

24

Card Fonts, 10A,50a, $3.05

1.

which have been made, we conceive the reflecting


mind will admit that none have tended more to the improvement and

Of

the (Discoveries

comfort of Society than (Printing, in triith it would be almost impossible to


enumerate the Advantages derived by all (Professions, Science and Art 28

PICA, No.

Job Fonts, 20A,100a, $6.50

Card Fonts, 10A,50a, $3.25

2.

completely successful in his (Business the (Printer must "be


In no case do
thoroughly in earnest and a J&aster of his Trade.
these essentials appear more necessary than in that of Jo"b (Printing,

To

"oe

for Competition

is so

Strong,

and

the

Improvements in the Art are 8 fa

GREAT PRIMER, No.

Job Fonts, 20A,100a, $12.00

1.

Card Fonts, 10A,50a, $6.00

STke {Printing Office should be well supplied

most Serviceable, (Durable

and

with

the

useful styles of &ype, even

though they are not the very latest (Designs, Approved


Machinery and a Competent Jorce of Workmen under 3
Job Fonts, 20A,100a,

GREAT PRIMER, No.

$12.30

Card Fonts, 10A,50a, $6.15

2.

The Art of Planning or Designing Work


done with Type Implements,
be

acquired by Natural

(practice

and Study.
PALMER &

is

Skill,

to

something that can only


Foresight,

Comparison,

Experience and Taste must

REY.

SAN FRANCISCO
(112)

be

AND PORTLAND.

LADIATE.

Loxo PRIMER GLADIATE.

14 A, 24 A.

82.15

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18 A, 12 A.

-^DIRECTOR

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$2.87

MEETING*-

SUPERIOR ABIMTIKS ACQUIRED BY LONG APPLICATION


65 # LATEST*PARISIAN*NOYELTIES * 87
GRKAT I'RIMEK OLADIATE.

8 A, 12 A.

83.24

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5

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$4.48

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59
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$6.04

LONG*45*LIFE
32

DESIGN 67
PALMER

15

&

REY. SAN FRANCISCO AND PORTLAND.

(113)

EASTLAKE.
NONPAREIL EASTLAKE.

30A.

$1.90

DEFAULTER'S ROUTE BOOK OF FOREIGN EXCURSIONS

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22A.

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$2.20

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$2.30

FROLICSOME KILKENNY * FELINES


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$S,.80

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TWO-LINE GREAT PPIMER EASTLAKK.

S3.80

PALMER & REY, SAN FRANCISCO


(114)

AND

PORTLAND

/eCADIAN.
PICA ACADIAN.

THE

KI2PASSIVE

WHD

AUD ^ESOMITE EYE, B


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24686

GREAT PRIMER ACADIAN.

12 A.

$2.85

& EfflPTIWlMETV
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TWO-LINK SMALL PICA ACADIAN

$330

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2345

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8A

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TWO-LINE PICA ACADIAN.

HYfflEIW3Wn
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$360

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GREAT PRIMER ACADIAN, No.

12 A, 12 A

'

15.00

2.

45 *
DOUBLK SMALL PICA ACADIAN, No.

10 A, 10 A.

2.

Srt

.'50

462
8

A, 8

DOUBLE PICA ACADIAN, No.

A.

35246

$6.95

2.

f
(115)

Y89246

TYPE WAITER.
PICA TYPE WRITEK.

108a 20A.

.$7.50

The majority of Business Letters being pro-

duced by means of the


Type-Writer, has induced
the cutting of this Face as an imitation of the

When
Characters peculiar to that Instrument.
printed with Purple Ink, a Circular set in this

Faee--Pica "Type-Wri ter"--will readily mislead


**vdthe Recipient into the Belief that he has
received an important Business Communication.

EOMETRIC

(aOTHIC.

PICA GEOMETRIC GOTHIC.

*3.25

NATURAL PHENOMENA INVESTIGATED


EausBB and effects the Subjects

nf

Intense

Study 25

GREAT PRIMKR GEOMETRIC GOTHIC.

20a, 16A.

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PRDFEBBDRS DP WRESTLING
Money Earned

in

Contests

of

Strength

Doi'BLK PICA GEOMETRIC GOTHIC.

15a, 10A.

84.00

MERRIEST SPDRT
Christmas Festival Enjoyed
Sa, 5A.

l)oi

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RURAL SCENES
Finest Views Praised
PALMER

&

REY SAN FRANCISCO AND PORTLAND.


;

(116)

OLD STYLE GONDEJMSED,


GREAT PRIMKR OLD STYLE CONDENSED, No.

Festive Roumanian Brigands

24
15 A, 20

Encamped

in

Peaceful

24

3.

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Scenes

in

35
S4.20

3.

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Western

the

3.

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DorBLK PICA OLD STYLE CONDENSED, No.

a.

JS|o.

WORLD'S CATTLE COUNTRY


DorBLK GREAT PRIMKR OLD STYLE CONDKNSED, No.

Convention of

13
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3.

Some American

Novelists

SERIES.
11 A, 15

DOUBLE PICA RCBKNS.

a.

*.65

35
DOUBLK GREAT PRIMKR RUBENS.

7 A, 11 a.

4 A,

PALMER &

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
(117)

AND

PORTLAND

mi!
S5.50

OLD STYLE

ANTIQUE.

NONPAUEIL.

2^A,48a

THE CUNNING
That Youth imparts

SKILL,

THE CURIOUS

in Life's first stage; these shall

To weary Age.

$2.45

ARTS,

THE GLORIOUS STRENGTH

become a heavy weightwhen Time swings wide

Life like an

empty Dream

flits

by

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BREVIER.

30A,40a

COULD
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WE NEW CHARMS

art

the

Human

his gate

$3.10

TO AGE IMPART, AND FASHION

Face, as

we can

clothe the Soul with light and

make

the

Glorious Spirit bright with heavenly grace, so busily 6789012

LONG PRIMER.

18A,36a

THY PILGRIMAGE BEGINS

IN

$3.40

TEARS AND ENDS

and fears or dark despair, midway so many toils appear


That he who lingers longest here knows most of care 123456

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PICA.

16A,32a

$3.35

NOT A DRUM WAS HEARD NOT A


Funeral note as his corse to the ramparts

we

hurried 407

GREAT PRIMER.

12A,34a

$5.40

EVERY MAN WILL BE THY


Friend
10A,20a

if

thou hast wherewith to spend 8


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86.35

MAN'S INHUMANITY TO
Man makes countless thousands 567
8A,16a

DOUBLE ENGLISH.

87.65

NONE BUT THE


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PALMER & REY, SAN FrtANCisco

(118)

AND

PORTLAND.

TWO-LINE OLD STYLE ANTIQUE.


TWO-LINE NONPAREIL.

24A

$3.25

OTHERE THE OLD SEA-CAPTAIN


WHO DWELT IN HELGOLAND TO KING
ALFRED LOVER OF 48
TWO-LINE BREVIER.

1&A.

$8.75

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HAD UPON 'HE 24
TWO-LINE LONG PRIMER.

16A

$5.00

THOU SHOULDST
NOT BE BECAUSE SHE
HOLDS
12A

IN
TWO-LINE

LOVE

87

PICA.

85.30

HEARING THE
MUSIC AS THROUGH
FROM BRASS 59
PALMER

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO

AND

PORTLAND.

OLD STYLE BOLD.


16 A, 22

a.

14 A, 18 a.

12 A. 16

7 A, 9

A,

NONPAREIL

OI,D STYLK BOLD.

83.00

1(5

A, 22

a.

BREVIER OLD STYLE BOLD.

LONG PRIMER OLD STYLE BOLD.

I'ICA

a.

a.

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$3.50

STYLK BOLD.

GREAT PKIMEK. OLD STYLE BOLD.

$4.50

OLD STYLK BOLD.

86.00

TWO-LINK

7 a.

ILD

$3.50

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1O
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A, 6

a.

Two-LiNB GRKAT I'RIMKR

tu.i>

STYLE BOLD.

FOUR-LINK PICA OLD STYLK BOLD.

a.

PALMER

&

REY> SAN FRANCISCO AND PORTLAND.

(120)

SO.

50

$15.00

BELLE SCRIPT.

TWO-LINE PICA

4A, 24a.

BKI,I,K SCRIPT.

$7.00
3tia

Lower Case,

extra, 5.00

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3^t.

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4A, 24a.

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2.

$7.50

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$8.50

Ix)wer Case, extra, 5.50

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&

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SAN FRANCISCO

AND PORTLAND.

HAND

LADIES'

SCRIPT.

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Job Fonts,

loA, 753, $9.00.

Card Fonts, 6A,

INCLUDING SPACES AND QUADS.

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^At4 fAe

~M Job

of o-/o

"Q-o

i6a, $3.75.

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DOUBLE
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PICA.
Card Fonts 4A,

INCLUDING SPACCS AND QUADS.

iza, $4.00.

tH&

fi-

f-aivif

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DOUBLE COLUMBIAN.
Job Fonts, sA, 253, $10.00.

Card Fonts, 3A, 8a, $4

INCLUDING SPACES AND QUADS.

25a Job Fonts of Lower Case

PALMER &

REY.

sol.l

separately, inolndiiii; Splices

SAN FRANCISCO

AND

and Quads,

PORTLAND

$5.45.

50.

p>AYSO^I SCRIPT.
3A, 12a.

GREAT PRIMER PAYBOX

3A, 12a.

DOVBLE PICA PAYSOX

SCRIPT.

2.50

SCRIIT.

$3.50

^^

4 A, 8a.

3 A, 8

Doi'BLK

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$5.50

SCRIPT.

DOUBLE PARAOOX PAYSON SCRIPT.

a.

!#(i.OO

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PICA AMALOAMAIED SCRIIT.

10A, 25a.

ij!4.60

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and
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8A, 20a.

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gleaming

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86.00

268

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Searching fo

Eureka
PALMER &

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
(123)

AND PORTLAND.

$7.00

S<BF(IPT.

9 A caps, points and figures, $3.40.

<JRKAT I'KIMKK BOSTON SCHIIT.

r
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'a,

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and quads, $3.00

S6.00

7A, caps, points and figures, S4.0D.

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20 a Tease, sjiaces and

<jna<is, s4.(Hi

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DHL.

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spaces and quads $5.00

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SCRIIT.

loa, I'case, spaces and quads, sti.on

SI 2. 00

PALMER

&

REY.

SAN FRANCISCO
(124)

AND PORTLAND.

JHEA9IN6
3 A, 8 a.

IOUBLK PARAGON HKADINO

3A, 8a.

DOIIBLK

PARAWOX HKAUINU SCHIPI, No.

loi

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KI.K

SCRI1>T,

No.

1.

$9.50

2.

3.

3 A, 8a.

FlVK-LINK HKADIMi SfKIIT, No.

1.

3 A, 8 a.

KIVK-UNK HKADIXO SI-KMT, No.

2.

#14.50

3 A, 8 a.

FIVK-LIXK HKADINK SCRIIT, No.

3.

S14.50

PALMER

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
(125)

AND

PORTLAND

GREAT PRIMER MANUSCRIPT No.

10A, 40a.

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6A, 30a.

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Fonts,, 15A, Til, $8.00.

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60a, flfl.OO.

Card Fonts, 6A,

16a, $4.35.

Card Fonts, 4A,

12a, $4.75.

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PALMER

&

REV,

SAN FRANCISCO
(128)

AND

PORTLAND.

8a, $4.80.

CHICAGO SCRIPT.

GRKAT I'UIMKR CHICAGO

Card Font, 6A, 16a, $4.70

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Card Font, 3A,

Sa, $6.00

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Job Font, 8A, S6a,

Job Font, 5A,

2/ia,

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BREVIER WIDE BLACK.

Lo.

16 A, 40 a, $3.00

PRIMER WIDE BLACK.

14 A, 36 a, $3.00

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10 A, 24 a.

$3.00

ENGLISH WIDE BLACK.

8 A, 20 a.

$3.20

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REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
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$3.40

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PEN TEXT No.

2.

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20 n.

$5.40

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4 A, 12 u.

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SAN FRANCISCO
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AND

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BREVIER PEN TEXT.

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EVERT GESTURE
J

TWO-LINE PEARL.

16A

THE GLOHIOtJS STHENGTK TH3.T


78
IMPARTS IN* UF'S STAG

ARTS,

>

36

$3.10

1T0IJTBC

TWO-LINE KONPAKEIL.

12A

$3.35

EVEN THE * MOST>


HEABT If
TO OUR

-JNOT

8A

TWO-LINE BREVIER.

$3.75

oJTHE * HEAD * AND*-

THE FRONT OF

KIT OFFENSE

6A

TWO-LINE LONG PRIMER.

5A

TWO-LINE ENGLISH.

ALL FONTS COMPLETE WITH FIGURFS.

PALMER

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
(166)

AND PORTLAND.

$4.40

$5.35

JVIEZZOTIJMTS.
7=

DOUBLF. PICA

6A, $5.25

A, 98.00

eXs~

3 A, $2.75

MK/./.OTIJJT.

UOUBLK GREAT PRIMER MKXZOTINT.

3 A, iW.50

(JKKAT I'KIMF.a MEZZOTINT CONDKNHRD.

93.50

:;A^^;;,:LiM^T E.
:

DOI'BLK PirA MKZZOTIST COXUKNSKII.

6 A.

CHIM

GREAT PRIMKK

MKZ/.OTIXT (JONDKNSKD.

(167j

*4.50

$6.00

O^NAMENT/VL.
BLACK ORNAMENTED

PICA BLACK ORNA. No.

NO.

3.

10 A, 20 a.

3.

$1.40

TWO-LINE NONPAREIL OKNA. No.

4.

TWO-LINK NONPAREIL ORNA. No.

39.

10 A.

$1.50

8 A.

$1.50

EXPOSITION BUILDING
TWO-LINE NONP. ORNA. No.
GT. PRIM.

BLACK ORNA. No.

8 A, 16 a.

3.

26.

10 A.

$1.50

16.

10 A.

$1.50

$1.65

TWO-LINE NONP. ORNA. No.

ARCTIC EXPEDITION
PARAGON BLACK ORNA. No.

6 A, 15 a.

3.

$2.00

TWO-LINE SMALL PICA ORNA. No.

FOREST
DHL. ENG. BLACK ORNA. No.

3.

4 A, 6 a.

$2.10

11.

8 A.

$2.00

SCI

TWO-LINE PICA ORNA. No.

21.

4 A.

$2.00

JL
DEL. GT. PRIM. BLK ORNA. No.

3.

BLACK CONDENSED

PICA BLACK COND. No.

4 A, 6 a.

30.

6 A.

$2.50

TWO-LINE PICA ORNA. No.

33.

6 A.

$2.00

TWO-LINE PICA ORNA. No.

16.

6 A.

$2.00

A.

$2.50

4 A, 6 a.

$4.00

4 A.

$2.5O

4 A.

$3.5O

$2.50

NO. 3.

10 A, 20 a.

3.

TWO-LINK PICA ORNA. No.

$1.40

TWO-LINE ENGLISH ORNA. No.

GT. PRIM.

BLACK COND. No.

itf'

3.

8 A, 16 a.

3.

TWO-LINE ENGLISH ORNA. No.

6 A, 15 a.

$2.00

4 A, 6 a.

$2.10

26.

TWO-LINE ENGLISH ORNA. No.


DEL. ENG.

BLACK COND. No.

3.

FOUR-LINE PICA ORNA. No.

f^USSk
DEL. GT. PRIM.

BLK COND. No. 3.

4 A. 6 a.

$1.65

wme f

PARAGON BLACK COND. No.

16.

$3.00

(168)

/fif

1.

is.

Newspaper Headings.
Koi'K-LiNK PICA No.

1.

CANON CONDENSED LIGHT-FACE No.

2.

AMADOR LEDGER
FofK-LiNE PICA CONDI NSKD LIGIIT-FACK No.

FIVE-LINK PICA CONDENSED LIGHT FACE No.

'2.

'2.

MODOC TIMES
FOTK-LINE PICA CONDENSED No.

1.

UNION RECORD
FIVE LINE PICA CONDENSED No.

1.

ALMA TIMES
FOIK-LINK PICA ORNAMENTED.

fl
PALMER
2-2

&

REY SAN FRANCISCO AND PORTLAND.


CUM))

Newspaper Headings.
FOUR-LINE PICA No.

3.

SELMA GUIDE
FOUR-LINE PICA LIGHT-FACE No.

2.

HOME NEWS
FIVE-LINE PICA No.

1.

SIX-LINE PICA LIGHT-FACE No.

2.

TRIBUNE
SIX-LINE PICA No.

1.

BUGLE
TIMES
NINE-LINE PICA LIGHT FACE No.

PALMER

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
(170)

2.

AND PORTLAND.

Newspaper Headings.
FOUK-LINE PICA OLD STYLE.

THE MONITOR
FOUR-LINE PICA OLD STYLE WITH FIVE-LINE PICA INITIALS.

HURON NEWS
FIVE-LINE PICA OLD STYLE.

REPORTER
Home

Journal

FIVE-LINE PICA OLD STYLE WITH SIX-LINE PICA INITIALS.

MORNING
EDITION
SIX-LINE PICA OLD STYLE.

Peoria Item
Special engraved heads

made

to order at prices according to style


(171)

and

size,

from $15.00 to $100.00

Newspaper Headings.
FIVE-LINK PICA

MODERN TEXT.

m <M

SIX-LINE PICA BLACK CONDENSED, No.

3.

SEVEN-LINE PICA BLACK No.

KKJHT-LINK PICA SCHIBE TEXT.

at IB lost
EIGHT-LINE PICA BLACK EXTRA CONDENSED.

nr
Jt
llontttig
PALMER

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
(1710

AND

PORTLAND

Newspaper Headings.
SIX-LINE PICA FANCY TEXT.

FIVE-LINE PICA BLACK ORNAMENTED.

SIX-LINE PICA BLACK OPEN.

SEVEN-LINE PICA CONDENSED OPEN BLACK.

SEVEN-LrNE PICA MODERN TEXT DOUBLE SHADED.

Also EIGHT and TEN-LINE PICA

MODERN TEXT DOUBLE SHADED.

SEVEN-LINE PICA MODERN TEXT ORNAMENTED No.

V
Also EIGHT and TEN-LINE PICA

1.

J
MODERN TEXT ORNAMENTED

(173)

No.

Newspaper Headings.

ForK-LiXK PICA SIIADKD BLACK

KXTKXDKD.

ftwt
SEVEN-LINK PICA COXDKXSKD BLACK SIIADKD.

PICA COXDKXSKD BLACK SIIAUKD.

SEVKX-LIXE PICA BLACK SHADKD.

SIX-LINE PICA SI.OI-IXG BLACK.

Also, EIGHT-LINK PICA

PALMER &

REY,

SLOPING BLACK.

SAN FRANCISCO
(174)

AND

PORTLAND

CAST NEWS CUTS.


When

ordering from this list be sure

TWO-LINK AGATE.
Nos.

1 to 16,

and

25 to 27, 5 cts.

23,

and

28 to 34, 6 cts. each.

108, 5 cts.

Nos.

each.

11

10

TWO-LINE NONPAREIL.
Nos. luO to

lit)

Cuts.

(11)

NOB. 17 to

each.

News

mention Cast

to

12

13

14

(12)

to 112, 6 cts. each.

3S. ^35101

100

114

10c

102

103

6c

115

104

llfi

105

6e

106

117

12<

1C8

107

UK

Sc

lOc

5c

124

109

8c

119

6c

lOc

6c

-201

6c

202

(14

6c

121

8c

6c

8c

303

TWO-LINE BREVIER.

113

luc

TWO-LINE MINION.

200

120

112

111

110

lOc

(16)

i
250 6c

-251

6c

252

6c

6c

253

TWO-LINE BOURGEOIS.
Nos. 300 to

(18)

264

6c

3-liiie Noiiimreil.

311, 313. 314, 6 cts.

each.

3ft
:m

TWO LINE LONG


os. .350 to :i58,

352

353

fi

cts.

PRLUER.

each.

<2O)

354

&

370

REY,

sos

359 to 363, 8 cts. each.

15C

PALMER

so?

SAN FRANCISCO
(175

AND

15c

POPTLANO

CAST NEWS CUTS.


TWO-LINE SMALL PICA.
Nos. 400 to

40

402

401

403

404

40B

405

4-liiie

(33)

A K at.

each.

405 to 411, 5 ets. each.

40?

41

4lM, 412, 413, 6 cts.

403

410

411

412

413

414

gc

42li

Sc

rll
415

6c

41fi

6c

417

8c

8c

429

8c

418

8c

419

11V

420

PC

8c

421

422

Sc

423

8c

424

He

425

8c

ORNS..:
427

8c

428

430

8c

8c

431

432

10c

8c

8c

15c

IIW

469

TWO-LINK

8c

511

519

501

512

1IX-

10c

502

lie

520

Ik-

Ilk'

Sc

521

503

He

51:!

Sc

504

442

6C

514

505

15c

fie

50

15C

615

515

18l

15c

til

(170)

507

Be

Si

14

12(

443

IPc

470

Hk-

444

8c

145

8c

471

472

PICA. (34)

TWO-LINE ENGLISH.

1)13

111.-

12C

Sc

508

Sir

5l(i

IOC

lie

517

MUi

12c

i;

Kte

lOc

COMBNATION ORNAMENTS

ORNAMENT"

In ordering from these

specimens give the

full

name and number,

number of page on which shown.

(177)

a/so

different characters are made to line with our 6-to-Pica Brass Rule (No. 203). Characto 20 line in the center, that is, by the addition of a piece of 6-to-Pica Lead above and
"
"
line
with the center line of the Ornament. Nos. 20 to
below the Rule it is brought exactly into
49, 58 and 59, line at the side or bottom by placing two 6-to-Pica Leads above, or at one side of
ters Nos.

the Rule.

Strips, or

Labor-Saving Fonts

of

Brass Rule (No. 203) furnished to order.

79

fls

80

B 8

Labor-Saving Fonts of Brass Rule, No. 203, and Six-to-Pica Leads., expressly
with our Word Ornaments. Price, Brass Rule, fonts containing seven
Leads, two pound fonts. 60 cts. Rule, in strips of two feet each,
or full length Leads furnished if preferred.
for use

feet, $1.50.

PALMER

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO

(178)

Wrd

maments N,

1(1

11

13

12

15

14

10

IT

3]

18

i
19

20

21

S "Z X

22
t

33

25

->4

^=*v-r

2ti

se

28

27

,(K

2i

29

*The Characters line either in


the center or at the side with our
Brass Rule, No. 203, isix-to-pica.)
Beiiu cast on the s:ime plan as our
Series Nos. 1 and 2 they can be

WLabor-Savinu Fonts of Brass


Kule, No. 203, and six-to-pica Lends
are put up expressly for use with
these Word Ornaments.
Price for
Brass Kule, fonts of seven ft. $1.50.
Leads, two pound fonts, 60 rts.

^^

use<l together.

,^^fe.
ftf
"

"j

^/*--^

-^fe

Jl

.51

^^
1

(Sl

'*.-

/"
H-Wr^
(?)

PINS,

SCREW AND NAIL HEADS,

<
Full Fonts, $1.00; Half Fonts, $0.50.
11

13

15

14

PALMER

&

REY,

16

SAN FRANCISCO

(179)

17

AND

18

PORTLAND

12

fo

Fonts

_,

4 pounds.

Price,

$3.76

12

21

10

22

38
-

30

ae

20

-If,

4-j

50

(180)

TYPOGRAPHIC CHARMS.
Price per Font, $6.50.

"*"
10

13

15

16

12

i>2

26

X07

18

C8

30

28

-12

H~

(181)

/t>

u/
ELECTROTYPING

I*'':

w
;

Presses
*

SERIES 8

STEREOTYPING

AND

MIGHT
A

-^V-f^t/^^Y-^

RIGHT"li^W

RESS

ANDSWOR

Series 5

-f

CHARACTERS.
4

-#-

10

24

25

30

29

19

18

14

n
28

2CJ

V&

33

:U
1.

dTo

(i

f
-

and Nonpareil

Borf/es.

Price per fou/if,

OREGON BRANCH:

112-14

FRONT STREET,

PORTLAND, OREGON.

TtM FOUSDEBS.
OT/C

>I/rZ?

FOUNDRY,

405-407 SANSOUE STREET.

4^

-x

Characters cast on Pica and Nonpareil Bodii

Globe Manufacturing
I'n-rl'-ss,

and

('

fli/iper,
Jev.

I'ei-rlau /ni.er Cult

^COMBINATION!!

Characters cast on Nonpareil and Pica Bodies.

Price per Fount,

\PHLMER ^ REV-r-^ry
"^Ti inir"*

-ff

PALMER & REY,

vTV'
r-^i/A^r

112-14 Front

St.

(185)

24

*i>

-'.">.

;\

SMSOME

ST.

<

Sew Francisco and Portland.

CARD

-SKRIKS

ORNANIKNTS -SKRIKS

PALMER &

KEY,

f!86)

l.

2.

5a/7 Francisco

and Portland.

Carb

rnaments, Series

3,

Characters cast on Nonpareil and Pica Bodies.

PALMER &

REY,

(1ST)

San Francisco and Portland.

COMBINATION ORIENT BORDER

fiaiactet> ca*\

on ?tonarcif

atiji "?ica

o6obie

Price per Fount, $7.25.

PALMER &

REY,

(188)

San Francisco and Portland.

COMBIMTION BORDER,
cini
ii 5icc
cci

3
.rr>.

<J

LI

Trice per Fount, $4

PALMER &

REY,

(ISO)

."0

San Francisco and Portland.

Pica

Unique Border, No.

.'W'J.

(190)

Fonts

of 5 feet, si. 50

$4.50 PER FONT.


Half Font, including

Pica

Unique Bonier, No.

all

:no.

(KM)

characters, 12.50.

Fonts of

.")

feet, si.")i)

* Combination

im Unique Border, No.

PALMER &

REY,

Series llo. o.-f

:V.W.

Fonts

of

r.

feet, si.

San Francisco and Portland.

INTERLINE

FLOURISHES.
CHARACTERS

w
3

A
6

111

22

v^
o
23

Price per Fount,

2.50.

PALMER & REY


IT

SAN FRANCISCO

-DSC

ihe,

-ft
Price pel Fount,

two characters each 82.20.

PALMER & REY, SAN FRANCISCO


(198)

AND

PORTLAND.

METAL FLOURISHED
Series

PATENTED.
4

19

oo

A..

12

10

55

11

40

13

25

PALMER

22

54

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
(194)

753
Price, |3.50

AND

PORTLAND

56

20

OO

(195)

Three-line Nonpareil Border, No.

PALMER

&

REY,

2.

SAN FRANCISCO
(19(5)

Fonts of 10

AND

feet, S4.00

PORTLAND

-.,

Daisvj BorSer,

No,

2.

HALF NONPAREIL AND NONPAREIL BODY.

fe*WWWWWWWWWWWWt4MM*W%-*WWV4%,.J
CHARACTERS:

::-..

o".

^'/^

v^

v^

^ ^
o-r,

o".

,,^-^L^%^l, J%^=

PALMER & REY, SAN FRANCISCO

AND

.=%?=.. ,.;^|?=

PORTLAND

&&

>%^C, J

FESTIVAL

DRAMATIC

MECHANICS

INSTITUTE.

H.

LOVE, PRES.

PRODUCE MERCHANTS

CONCERT PBOQBAMME.

J\x^

^FP

PUBLICATIONS
>MAGAZINES-i{

Specimen Sheets

FOP Practical Printers.

(11)8)

Ill

Specimen Books

WO R D # SCROLLS

19

23

25

29

11

12

24

26

43

27

30

44

28

38

20

The Rules shown below work and line with the Word Scrolls, and arc mid as ordered,
either in Labor-Saving Fonts or two feet strips.
12

TO PICA NO.

o.

9 FEET STRIPS, EACH, IOC.

10

TO PICA NO.

LABOR-SAVING FONT,

8 TO PICA NO,

2.

I.Sn.

8 TO PICA NO.

3.

FEET STRIPS, EACH,

I6C.

**TYPE* FOUNDRY
SAN FRANCISCO, GAL.

7.

LABOR-SAVING FONT, SQ.OO.

ORIGINAL BORDERS.
HALF NONP. BORDKP.

No.

1.

HALF NONP. BORDER No.

<i.

10 feet,

10 feet,

|--'.i >

$2.2.-..

HALF NONP. BORDER


gjiiiimiini

No.

minim

iiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiniiiii

22.
r

10 feet, |2.25.

HALF NONP.

BORDF.I: No.

HALF NONP. BORHKR

:!o.

p. --_--_

10 feet,

*'.>.

2T>.

-----41

i->.

10 feet,

HALF NONP. BORDER

No.

HALF

1">.

*2.i'>.

NONI-. BOIEDKI: No.

10 feet,

10 feet, f2.i ,.

L
HALF NONP. HORDKI:

10 feet,

No.

No.

>.:;.

if'J.J").

PALMER & REY, SAN FRANCISCO


(200)

AND

PORTLAND

?2.i">.

-4.

ORIGINAL BORDERS.

HALF NONP. BOKDEK

10 feet,

1=7=31

II

No.

HALF NONP. BORDF.R

:'>2.

10 feet,

$2.2.').

H-^H^T^Jl^^c^^^-^

^c^-jc^T^^r^^-

r="=T

*2.2.->.

[jTTTTTTITTTTTTTTTIIIITIIIIITlIIllllttlllTTTTTTI

No.

19.

|r

HALF NONP. BOKDKU

No.

HALF NONP. BOEDER No.

:i5.

IS

grrrri

10 feet, $2.25.

TTTIIIITIITITITI

im.

:;i.

rr

10 feet, $2.25.

H
l?2IIITII

HALF NONP. BOUDF.U

No.

HALF NONP. UOKDKP. No.

:M.

10 feet, $2.25.

10 feet,

D>.

*2.2.-).

XTTTTTTTTTTTT

HALF NONP. BOKDKR No.

HALF NONP.

:!:'..

T><>I:I>KK

No.

L'S.

10 feet,

Tl

|2.2.-).

ji

I I 1 1 I I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 I I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 I

HALF NONP. BOKHKK No.

mm mi

IIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.'

HALF NONP. BOKDEK No.

21.

Jllllll

10 feet,

Bill I III I III I III

10 feet,

No.

HALF NONP. BORDEU

21.

!f2.2.-..

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PALMER &
26

niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiniir

I I

y
J

20.

Mill

10 feet, |2.25.

fJ.2.->.

HALF NONP. BORDKR


4

Illlllllllllllllllll

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
(201)

AND

PORTLAND

No.

2d.

ORIGINAL BORDERS.
1111

ai!lllil!!illllllll!lllll!l!l!l|]l!l!llll!!!l!i!!!;l!l!!!!lll!!l!!ll!!!!!!!lil!l!!!]ill]|||lli!!i!:!ilii|

NONP. BORDER No.

NONP. BORDER No.

206.

10 feet,

10 feet, $2.60.

$2.i>0.

.JllllllilllSllliliililllfi

Illlllllllllllllilllli!llll]i!illl!i!!!i;:

NOXP. BORDKR No.

NONP. BOKDKB No.

223.

s>

207.

10 feet. $2.60.

f
^

ffi)

NONP. BORDER No.

222.

10 feet, |2.60.

2:>7.

.^^.^
10 feet, $2.H(.

NONP. BORDER No.

jJ

219.

10 feet, $2.60.

NONP. BORDER No.

NOXP. BORDER No.

221.

*m \ \ \

215.

10 feet, $2.00.

10 feet, 12.60.

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NONP. BORDER No.

217.

c
10 feet,

$2.r>0.

PALMER

&

REV,

SAN FRANCISCO
(202)

AND

PORTLAND.

/
/
/

ORIGINAL BORDERS.
s y /

f y f f

NONP. BORDER No.

s s /
XONP. BORDER No.

233.

/
10 feet, $2.60.

ml

I
;,"'

10 feet, $2.60.

3M'

-"O"-

-***j-y^~ jyiiit.

JOK 3iy|ni

224.

213.

I
"]Hrj|itr

10 feet. $2.60.

\P
Noxp. BORDER No.

jdftiu

ORIGINAL BORDERS.
.VVVXVVVVVV.'VV

XOXP. BORDER No.

236.

vxs^rvvv'vvvxv10 foul,

XONP. BORDER No.

!;'J.t>0.

Nosr. BORDER No.

21G.

J^ ^^^^
10 feet, $2.60.

)
-^/-.^

10 feet, $2.60.

211.

HALF NONPAREIL BORDER No.


Q

SP000

10 feet,

10 feet, $2.25.

(jj

HALF NONPAREIL BORDER No.

~i

jiii

1((

HALF NONPAREIL BORDER No.

3<>.

feet,

HAI.K NONPAREIL

:!7

BORDER No.

:w.

in feet. $2.2

$2.2'>.

iii

$2.2.'..

40.

OGO

OOOOOOGQQOQO

NONI'AKKII. UoKKICH No.

'.MOuA

i"

NONPAREIL BORDER No.

Jill.

241.

^/
liifct-t.

Jf'J.liK

**

10 feet, $2.60.

Illl! 1111! Illl!

'

II

NONPAREIL BORDER No.


in

piiiilllii:

HE

in

Illl!

2-13.

in

1
S
^
|1

in

10 feet, $2.60.

H!
nil

III

ill

III

NONPAREIL AND ONE-HALF BORDER No.

III

III

II!

Ill

III

III

5.

10 feet, $3.00.

.niii!^iiil!>Mi

Outside Bonier

NONPAREIL AND ONE-HALF BORDER No.

(2 Jo)

6.

10 feet, $3.00.

L
=

III

Ifr

ORIGINAL BORDERS.

NONPAREIL AND ONE-HALF BORDER No.

10 feet, $3.00.

NOXPAKEIL AND ONE-HALF BORDER No.

10 feet. |3.00.

(206)

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No.

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$::.oo.

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foi-t,

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AND

PORTLAND.

UNIQUE BORDERS.

Put up

in fonts of five feet each, all

on pica bodies.

Price per font, $1.50.

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Combination Border, No. 2

(PICA.)

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Fonts of

14

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$2.00, 3

ft>8.,

Fonts of 214

$3.90

Ibs.,

$1.95, 5
5

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MBINTI
Fonts of

4>i Ibs., $2.95

COMBINATION BORDER,
Fonts of 2

fts.,

COMBINATION BORDER,
Fonts of

PALMER

&

l sg

REY,

fts.,

No. 5.

$1.45, 4flw., $2.65.

$1.35,2%

SAN FRANCISCO
(212)

No. 4.

Ibs. ,

AND

$2.50

PORTLAND.

B)s.,

$3.70
4

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PER FONT,

$5.25,

CHARACTERS
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PALMER

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
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combined. -with Dbl. Pica
and Four-line Pica Typo-

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Cc any or all of Bsrders,
Kos. 23 to 32, can in-

&E3
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graphical Ornaments.

crease the usefulness of


their fonts at a small additional expenditure for

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Typograph.

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CARD-BACKS, SIGNS, TINTS, ETC


Card-Backs (round or square corners) made from any of Tints Nos. 1 to 24, Fifty
Cents each. Tints for Book Linings, Paper Box Linine* and Decorative Papers, any

size 3x6 or oyor, Six Cents per square inch, under that size charged at Jobbing
Rates. Specimens sent on application.
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Per set, Twenty Cents.

Characters Nos.

6, 7,

and 9, Fifteen Cents each.

size cards at Fifty Cents each.

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Electrotypes furnished of full

AND

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N ITI/rLS.

Series
Single Letter, 20 cents; per set of 25 Letters, .$1.00.
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Single Letter, 25 cents

per set of 25 Letters, $1.25.

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Series 36.
Single Letter, 30 cents

per set of 25 Letters, $2.00.

Series 3
Single Letter, 25 cents; per set of

2<>

Letters,

$1.2."

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cy

Series 3S.
Single Letter, 40 cents

per set of 25 Letters, $4.00.

Series 33.
Single Letter, 50 cents

PALMER

&

REY,

per set of

SAN FRANCISCO
(220)

2t>

AND

Letters, $5.00.

PORTLAND.

INITIALS.
SERIES NO.

38.

TWO-LINE BREVIER.

8 A.

SERIES NO.

$2.75

39.

TWO-LINE PICA.

6 A.

J>

JEC

CD

$4.00.

SERIES NO.

B
40.

Per set of 26 Letters, $1.00.

SERIES NO.

41.

Per set of 26 Letters,

X
SERIES NO.
Per

42.

set of 26 Letters, $2.00.

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1
SERIES NO.

43.

Per set of 2 Letters, *3.50.

PALMER

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
(221)

AND

PORTLAND

INITIALS,

JVIEDI/tVAL

SERIES

NO. 100.

V/"

V#
M.

Per

set of 27 characters, electrotyped

PALMER

&

REY,

on solid bodies, $5.00.

SAN FRANCISCO
(222)

AND PORTLAND.

Single letters, 30

cts.

INITIALS.

JVIEDI/EVAb
SERIES

NO.

101.

J>

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^^TlC^^"%

Per

set of 27 characters, electrotyped

PALMER &

REY,

on

solid bodies, $6.00.

SAN FRANCISCO
(228)

AND

PORTLAND

^^^^

3?

^^"^^^^

Single letters, 35

cts.

INDISPE^ISABLES

Auxiliaries, ]>or set, si. in.

Recipe Marks, per

set, 0.50.

*!

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456

45S

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Nos. from 446 to 453, 5 cents each Nos. from 454 to 457, 8 cents
each Nos. from 458 to 467, 1 2 cents each Nos. 468 and 469
cents each ; Nos. 470 and 471, 25 cents each.
1.60.
Fonts containing one of each no.
;

015

A
V

SCREW AND

PIN HEADS.

Per Font,

SO.WI.

LOGOTYPES.
,.,^

Per

set, 7

Ribbon Ends, per

characters, $0.50.

set of four characters,

C224)

so.-J.'i.

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* PRICE LIST
PLAIN RULES,
Or Straight

rate per foot, in strips of


to order.

two

feet each.

uniform

Kxtra lengths

made

American, or 12-to-pica

#0 06
06

German,

06

Saxon,

08
10

Brilliant,

14

Excelsior,

18

Pearl

22

24

Agate
Nonpareil

28

Minion

30

Brevier

34

Bourgeois
Long Primer

40

38

Small Pica
Pica

...

ORNAMENTAL RULES,

<*>

faces are sold at the following

45
.

55

Such as Waved, Scolloped, Shaded,

etc.,

are rated

higher, the price varying according to the work on


them. We sell the faces shown in this book as follows:

Saxon,

or 6-to-pica, Xos. 71, 137 and 72


"
"
"
73, 74, 75, 77 and 166
"
5

10
12

Series O.
Pica No.

o.

Series
Pica No.

6.
6.

LABOR-SAVING BRASS RULE.

SAXON, No.
FONTS -

LB.

SAXON No.

71.

$6.00

3 LB.

FONTS

I.

*6.00

LABOR-SAVING BRASS RULE


Single, Dotted, Parallel

and Double,

for

Tabular and Job Work, carefully

cut from any of the faces shown and graduated to en and


Put up in fonts with a due proportion of
of pica.

em

inhered corners in each.

EXCELSIOR

No.

3lb. fonts, $4.80

Palmer

2.

EXCELSIOR

No.

3 Ib. fonts, $4.80

BOR9ER RULES-lN

SETS.

NEW

BRASS DASHES.
524.

lOc.

503.

l()c.

*-

-*

504.

lOc.

508.

K)P.

509.

lOe.

510.

lOc.

511.

lOc.

*
530.

516.

lOc.

518.

lOc.

520.

lOc.

522.

IOC.

532.

513.

lOc.

*^--

A">c.

521.

PALMER

&

lOo.

542.

50c.

543.

50c.

REY SAN FRANCISCO AND PORTLAND.


(230)

lOo.

BRASS DASHES,
tt
300.

20c.

301.

25c.

302.

25c.

303.

25c.

304.

25c.

305.

25c.

306.

25c.

307.

25c.

308.

26c.

310.

25c.

->

PALMER

&

REY,

312.

25c.

313.

25c.

314.

25c.

315.

25c.

316.

25c.

317.

25c.

320.

25c.

321.

25c.

322.

25c.

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SAN FRANCISCO
(231)

AND

PORTLAND

METAb CORNERS.
Per set of four corners.
Corner No.

Corner No.

4 to pica rule No.

7.

4 to pica rule No.

7.

4 to pica rule No.

301.

Corner No.

sot, 25c.'

set, 40c.

4 to pica rule No.

Corner No.

4 to pica rule No.

Corner No.

Per

C'orner No. 306.

set, 20c.

Pur

set, 2'.e.

7.

30.1.

7.

Per
7.

303.

C
Per

304.

Corner No.

set, 20e.

4 to pica rule No.

Per

302.

f
Corner No.

Per

300.

Per

set, 20c.

Per

set, 2<lc.

7.

3<>7.

set, 2r.c.

*
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S to pica rule,

8 to pica rule No.

N'o. o.

Comer No.
Per

C'orner No. 308.

3<>.

Corner No.
Per

Nonpareil rule No.

Corner No.

set,

Per

311.

Pearl rule No.

r
Per

Comer

set, 30c.

Corner No.

2.~>c.

V
Per

set, 30c.

Per

set,

3.

4.

Per

314.

Pearl rule No.

set,

3.

No. 313.

Pearl nile No.

Pearl rule No.

M-'

2.">c.

4.

312.

set, 40c.

8 to pica rule No. 0.

S to pica rule, Ni>. o.

C'orner No. 310.

per

set, 2">c,

M"'

1-

0.

set, 40c.

Corner No.

31.'..

3.

Pearl rule No.

4. ic.

4.

u
Per

Corner No. 31&

set, 50c.

Corner No.

Per

317.

set, 5;)c.

^^

S-

-*

'

Pearl rule No.

3.

Brevier rule No.

Corner No.

Comer

No. 318.

Brevier rule No.

Per

set, 30c.

Per

set, Sic.

319.

320.

bet,

Per

set, 4oc.

Pur

set.

r>i'<j.

//
3.

II
Brevier rule No.

Per

3.

Brewer rule No.


Corner No.

3.

3.

Corner Xo.
Per

'orner No. 322,

321.

set, 2.V.

r
Nonpareil rule, No.

Nonpareil rule No.

14.

14.

Corner No. 323.

Per

Corner No. 324.

set, 30c.

Pica rule, No.

PALMER

&

KEY,

SAN FRANCISCO AND PORTLAND.


(232)

14.

f>i>c.

Four-to-Pica Labor-saving Rule No.


Fonts of 10
Fonts of

10 feet,

feet,

Ib.

7.

8 oz., $2.40.

including two sets of each Corner-piece, $4.80.

y
BRASS RULES.

<

Ten-to-Pica Labor-saving- Rule No. 0.


Fonts of
Fonts of

10 feet,

10 feet, 10 oz., $i.5o.

including two sets of each Corner-piece, $4.60.

< METAL CORNERS.

PALMER
30

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
(233)

AND

PORTLAND

METAL CORNERS
Pearl Labor-saving Rule No.
1

Fonts of
Fonts of

10 feet,

10 feet,

Ibs.

8.

402., $3.60.

including two sets of each Corner-piece, $5.cc.

DISPLAY PAGES.
.

Brevier Labor-saving Rule No.


Fonts
Fonts

of

10 feet,

of 10 feet,

Ibs.,

L-\

3.

$6.40.

including two sets of each Corner-piece, $8.76.

Nonpareil Labor-Saving Rule, No. 4.


Fonts of
Fonts of

10 feet

10 feet,

3 Ibs., $4.80.

with two sets of each Corner- piece, $7.00.

(234)

Nonpareil Labor-Saving Rule, No. 14.


Fonts of
Fonts of 10

feet,

10 feet,

Ibs.,

$4.80.

including two sets of each Corner-piece, $6.5o.

NONPAREIL COMBINATIONS.
,;

HALF FONT,

PATENTED

O.

$5.00.

Braces.

IBra,ss

Prices.

Nos. 1-10, 12

cts.

Nos. 11-17, 15 cts. each Nos. 18-22, 18 cts. each


Nos. 28-32, 30 cts. each Nos. 33-38, 12 cts. each.

each

Nos.

2:V-27,

2.">

cts.

each;

Brass

Oircles.

a.n.d.

Prices of Ovals, Nos. 1 to f>, $0.90 each Xos. 7 to 12, $1.00 each Nos. 13 to 15, $1.25 each.
"
"
Circles, Nos. 1 to 5, $0.60 each Nos. 7 to 11, $0.75 each.
Larger Ovals and Circles furnished to order.
;

(238)

BRASS CURYES AXD CLAMPS.


Fonts of 17O pieces. Trice, $8.OO.

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We here exhibit the complete construction of a form containing straight and bent lines. It
intended to illustrate the use of our NEW IMPROVED PATENT BRASS CTRVES AND CLAMPS. They

hyphen rule, and are made to hold lines of any shape and body firmly. The
Clamps match nonpareil, brevier, long primer, pica, great primer, double small pica, double
pica, double english, double great primer, double paragon, and four-line pica, and are marked to
are indicated by

designate body. All intermediate sizes, for instance, bourgeois can be clamped with long primer
clamps in connection with a thin lead in order to make up for smaller body. They can be used in
connection with 6-to-pica leads, enabling the printer to produce every possible variation of curved
or straight lines. Lines clamped in this way occupy scarcely any additional space, can never be

thrown

off their feet,

to lock

up those ten

and save a great amount of justification. All the reglets and quads required
our little job are shown in print in order to prove these facts.

lines in

Price per pound.

Price per pound.

Six-to-pica

Brevier

Three-to-pica

Long Primer.

Nonpareil

A
to-pica

Pica

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GO

1 50

1 50

very important item in blank work, having the face of fine dotted rule on bodies from six
upward. They are made to line with any face, and are cut in labor-saving lengths from

one to eighteen ems pica.

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ANDY LOGOTYPES
OR SINGLY.

548.

20c.

549.

25c.

567.

PALMER

&

REY, SAN FRANCISCO AND PORTLAND.

(240)

25c.

ype made any

PALMES & BET

size desired,

Aeents, 405

!s

by The

Twelve Line No

Border No.

Wm.

407 Sansome

174. 50 cts. per foot.

H. Page Wood Type


San Francisco

St..

151.

Made only

as

shown

Woodi Type made any

PALMES

ft

BAT

size desired,

Agents, 405

ft

by The

Wm

407 Sansome

H. Page
St.,

Wood Type Oo.

San Francisco,

Gal.

Five Line No. 143.

Ten Line No. 143

Fifteen Line No. 143.

Border No. 276. 50

cte.

per foot.

Made only

as shown.

Wood Type made any size desired, of The Wm. fl. Page Wood Tvpe Co
PALMES it BEY Agents, 405 &'407 Sansome St., San Francisco. Gal
Thirty -six Line No. 143.

Border No. 262

1-2. 50 cts. foot.

23 cents per

Made only

as

letter.

shown

Wood Type made any size desirpd, by The Wm. H. Page Wood Type Co.
PALMEE & BET Agents, 405 Sc 407 Sansome St., San Francisco, Cal.

Six Line Antique Tuscan

Ten Line Antique Tuscan

XX Coiul

XX

Twelve Line Antique Tuscan

IM^

Border No.

No.

Cond. No.

XX Cond.

169. 50 cts. per foot

7 cents.

lie

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No.

I.

l.i

-nrs.

cts.

Made only as shown.

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PALMES & BEY Agents 405 & 407 Sansome St., San Francisco, Cal.

Fourteen Line Antique Tus.

XX

Cond. No.

Twenty-four Line Ant. Tus.

XX

Cond.

Border No.

173. 50 cts. per foot.

JS'o.

Made only

1.

If) "cts.

J cts.

as shown.

Wood Tyop made any size desired, bv The Wm. H. Page Wood Type Oo.
PALMES ft REY Agents, 405 & 407 Sansome St., San Francisco, Gal.
r

Six Line Antique Tuscan

Condensed.

7 cents.

TENDER
Eight Line Antique Tuscan

X Condensed.

9 cents.

SHOPS
Sixteen Line Antique Tuscan

Border No. 228. 50

cts.

X Condensed.

per foot.

Made only

17 cts.

as shown.

Wood Tpe made any siae lesired bVThe Wm. H. Page Wood Type Oo.
PALMES & BET Agents 405 & 407 Sansome St., San Francisco, Gal.

Four Line Columbian.

6 cents per letter.

Hives 73
6 cents.

Six Line Columbian.

8 cents

Eight Line Columbian.

Twelve Line Columbian.

Border No. 186. 60

cts.

per foot.

12 cents.

Made only
mly as shown.

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PALMER & BET Agents, 405 & 407 Sansome St., San Francisco, Gal.

Two

Line Antique Tuscan Extended.

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and One-half Line Ant. Tus. Extended.

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p T Letter.

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6 cents.

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6 cents.

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Two

Line Clarendon Extended.

California

6 cents.

CREAM
Three Line Clarendon Extended.

6 cents.

PENT
Four Line Clarendon Extended.

6 cents.

Five Line Clarendon Extended.

7 cents

Six Line Clarendon Extended.

8 cents.

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Border No.

193. 50 cts. per foot.

Made only

as shown.

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& BEY Agents, 405 & 407 Sanscme St., San Francisco, Gal
size desired,

Five Line Gothic Double Extra Condensed.

Six Line Gothic Double Extra Condensed.

5 cents.

5 cents.

UNTO

Ten Line Gothic Double Extra Condensed.

Twelve Line Gothic Double Extra Condensed.

Border No.

183. 50 cts per foot.

9 cents.

10

cts.

Made only as shown.

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PALMER is BEY Agents, 105 & 407 Sansome St San Francisco, Gal.
,

Fifteen Line Gothic

X X

Condensed.

12 cents.

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Border No.

292. 50 cts

per

foot.

Made only as shown.

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PALMEK & BET Agents, 405 & 407 Sansome St., San Francisco, Cal,

Five Line Gothic Condensed No.

3.

5 cents.

CHANCES
Blanks 58
Six Line Gothic Condensed No.

3.

6 cents.

I
I

POSTER
Ten Line Gothic Condensed No.

3.

10 cents.

3.

12 cents.

ij
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Twelve Line Gothic Condensed No.

I
Border No. 249, 40

cts.

per foot.

Made only

as shown.

Wood Type made any size desired, by The Wm. H. Page Wood Type Oo.
PALMEB & SET Agents, 405 & 107 Sansome St San Francisco, Gal.
,

Six Line Egyptian Ornamented.

7 cents.

Eight Line Egyptian Ornamented.

9 cents.

Ten Line Egyptian Ornamented.

Twelve Line Egyptian Ornamented.

Border No. 299, 40

cts.

per foot.

Made only

11 cents.

13 cents.

as shown.

Wood Tyoe made

any

PALMER & BET

size desired

Agents, 405

&

by The

Wm.

407 Sansome

H. Page

St.,

Wood Tppe

San Francisco,

Twenty Line Egyptian Ornamented.

Oo.

Cal.

19 cents.

Eight Line No. 149

Twelve Line No.

Border No. 279. 50

cts.

per foot

149.

Made only as shown

Wood Type made any size desired, by The Wm. H. Page Wood Type Co.
PALMEE & BET Agents, 406 & 407 Sansome St., San Francisco, Gal.

These Borders 75

cte.

pel foot.
No. 282.

Made only as shown.

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301

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302

303

305

Border No.

196. 40 cts. per foot.

Made only

as shown.

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Wood Tyoe made any size desired by The Wm. H. Page Wood Tppe do,
PALMER is REY Agents, 105 & 407 Sansome St., San Francisco, CaL

These Borders made only in the

No.

240.

sizes

shown.

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75 cents.

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Border No. 191. 50

cts.

per foot

Made only as shown.

Wood Type made any

PALMEE & BET

size desired,

Agents, 405

it

by The Wm. H. Page Wood Type Oo.


407 Saasome

Six Line Corners, $1.25 per

St.,

San Francisco,

set.

No.

Cal.

32.

Combination Dashes, 5 cents each, Extension lines


15 cents per foot. Cut any size desired.
One Line.

45

One and
No.

1.

one-half Line.

12

10

13

14

11

15

MI4ft 4+

*^i
Two

Border No. 168. 50

cts.

Line.

per foot.

Made only

as shown.

ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft
ft

Wood Tyue made any size desired by The Wm. H. Page Wood Type Co.
PALMER is BEY Agents, 105 & 407 Sansome St., San Francisco, Gal.

Catch Words, cut any


No. I.
2

size desired.

10

12

cts.

37

11

43

18

14

Five Line, 15

18

Eight Line, 18 cents each.


28

26

24

27

29

Border No. 209. 40

cts.

per foot

Made only as shown.

Wood Type made any size desired, by The Wm. H. Page,Wood.;Type Co.
PALMES & EEY.'Agents,iriQ5 & 107 Sansome St., San Francisco, Cal.

Wood Rule, 12 cts. per yard,

end wood 15 cts. per

'

No.

foot.

36.

45

48

51

54

57

60

63

Border No.

'377.

5o

cts.

per foot

Made

only as shown.

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size

PALMER & BE7

Wood Rule,

desired

Agents, 105

by The

Wm.

107 Sansome

jy cts/per yard, end


No. 31.

H. Page

St.,

Wood Tppe

San Francisco,

wood

15

cts.

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Oo.

Cal.

per foot.

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Border No.

184.

60

cts.

per foot.

Made only

as shown.

Wood Type made any size desired. /by The Wm. H. Page Wood Type Oo,
PALMES ft BET Agents, 105 it 407 Sansome St., San Francisco, Gal.

STAR RULE,

Border No.

20

cts.

per foot, comers 25

308. 50 cts. per foot.

cte.

Made only

per

as

set.

shown

Wood Type made any size desired, by The Wm. H. Page Wood Type Oo,
PALMER & BET Agents, 105 & 407 Sansome St , San Francisco, Gal

No.

9.

Eight Line
1.
8 cts

18

STARS.
11.

8.

els.

4 Line Space Ornaments, 3u

No.

1.

Border. No. 210.

40

cts.

Cut any
8

18

cts.

size desired.
18 cts.
10.

cts.

cts.

4.

per pair.
8

per foot.

18

cts.

Made any

Made only

size.

as shown.

Wood Type made any size desired, by The Wm. fl. Page Wood Type Go
PALMER & EEY Agents, 105 & 107 Santome St., San Francisco. Gal,

Eight Line

CORNERS.
Price per

No.

1.

$1.75.

Cut from 4 to 30 Lines Pica

SET

of 4 each.

27.

$1.2:).

38,

22.

$1.00.

Star Corner.

Border No. 197. 40 cts per

foot.

Made only

$1.25.

$1.75

as shown.

*.: *.:

Wood Type made any

PALMES

it

Bight Line

size desired,

SET Agents,

105

&

b? The

Wm.

H. Page

407 Sansome St

CORNERS.

:: *.:

Wood Type Oo.

San Francisco, Gal

Out from 4 to 30 Lines Pica.

Price $1.75, per set of 4 each.


6
No. 17.

18

13

15

37

16

SSL

14

19

Border No.

"**Ht

296.

40

cte.

per foot.

Made only

as shown.

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PALMEE St BET Agents, 405 & 407 Sansome St., San Francisco, Gal.

INDEXES, Cut from


Five Line No.

four to

fifty lines pica.

$1.00 per pair.

1.

I
No.

2.

No. 4

Nine Line No.

3.

1.20.

Border No.

196. 40 cts. per foot.

Made only as shown.

REVISED PRICE LIST


-

OF

HOLLY WOOD TYPE


PALMER &

KEY,

TYPE FOUNDERS AND PRINTING PRESS MANUFACTURERS,


SAN FRANCISCO AND PORTLAND.

LINES

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HOLLY 'WOOD TYPE.


Class A.

Class A.

Class A.

Class A.

Class A.

No.

No.

No.

No.

No.

24.

24.

24.

24.

24.

5-line.

5-line.

6-line.

8-line.

15-line.

cts.

cts.

and Portland.

Class B.

No. 23.

3-line.

3 cts.

Class B.

No.

23.

4-line.

Class B.

No.

23.

5-line.

4 cts.

Class B.

No.

23.

6-line.

cts.

Class B.

No. 23.

8-line.

cts.

10-line.

cts.

MEND
Bum2

cts.

cts.

5 cts.

7 cts.

Class B.

No. 23.

ALL STYLES MADX ANY SIZE DESIRED.

Palmer

& Rey,

Type founders,
Class B.

No. 52.

TTOT T "V
i

Sun Francisco
and Portland.

-L-L\-/J-JA^

3-line.

3 cts.

HOBINE
Class B.

No.

52.

4-line.

3 cts.

Class C.

No. 51.

4-line.

3 cts.

Class C.

No. 51.

5-line.

cts.

Class C.

No.

51.

5-line.

cts.

Class C.

No.

51.

6-line.

cts.

Class C.

No.

51.

8-line.

5 cts.

Class C.

No.

51.

10-line.

DOE

MINE
Class B.

No. 52.

5-line.

4 cts.

ON
Class B.

No. 52.

6-line.

cts.

IN
Class B.

No.

Class B.

No. 52.

52.

8-line.

10-line.

5 cts.

cts.

ALL STYLES-MADE ANY SIZE DESIRED.

cts.

Palmer & Key,


Type Founders,
Class A.

No. 50.

HOLLY
4-line.

AATOOD TYPE.

3 cts.

****

ncisco

and Portland^

Class A.

No.

81.

6-line.

cts..

Class A.

No.

81.

8-line.

cts..

Class A.

No.

81.

10-line.

5 cts_

Class A.

No.

81.

15-line.

7 cts..

DROME 6
Class A.

No. 50.

8-line.

5 cts.

BEDI
Class A.

No.

45.

4-line.

Sets.

ROUND
Class A.

No.

45.

5-line.

4 cts

BORN
ROID

Class A.

Class A.

No.

No.

45.

45.

6-line.

8-line.

cts.

5 cts.

ALL STYLES MALE ANY SIZE DESIRED.

falmer

& Rey,

Type Founders,
Class B.

No.

98.

HOLLY WOOD TYPE.


4-line.

3 cts.

No.

Class A.

6.

San Francisco
and Portland.

6-line.

cts.

BORN HOURS

Class B.

No. 98.

6-line.

4 cts.

ROD
Class B.

No.

98.

8-line.

5 cts.

No.

Class A.

No. 99.

4-line.

Class B.

No.

99.

No. 99.

6-line.

8-line.

5 cts.

No.

6.

12-line.

6 cts.

3 cts.

HORN
Class B.

8-line.

BORN
Class A.

Class B.

6.

4 cts.

DUE
Class B.

No.

Class B.

No. 29.

29.

5-line.

4 cts.

5 cts.

ALL STYLES MADE ANY SIZE DESIRED.

6-line.

4 cts.

WOOD

P&lmer A Key,
Typefounders,
Class A.

No.

91.

5-line.

cts.

Class A.

No.

91.

6-line.

cts.

Class A.

Class A.

No. 91.

No.

91.

8-line.

20-line.

Class D.

S*n Francisro

No.

55.

6-line.

5 cts

Class D.

No.

55.

12-line.

6 cts.

Class D.

No. 55.

24-line.

9 cts.

5 cts.

9 cts.

ALL STYLES MADE ANY SIZE DESIRED.

faimer & Key,


Type Founders.
Class F.

Class F.

Class F.

No.

No.

No.

Class F.

No.

Class F.

No.

Class F.

Class F.

No.

No.

76.

76.

76.

76.

76.

76.

76.

TTfYT
T I
JlVALrflj

1
TTVID'C
1 Y ** &.

2-line.

3 cts.

2^-line.

3 cts.

3-line.

3 cts.

4-line.

5-line.

6-line.

8-line.

3 cts.

s&n Francisco
&nd Port2lind

Class F.

No.

77.

2-line.

3 cts.

Class F.

No.

77.

2%-line.

3 cts.

Class F.

No.

77.

3-line.

Class F.

No.

77.

4-line.

Class F.

No. 7

Class F.

No.

15.

3-line.

Class F.

No.

15.

4-line.

Class F.

No.

15.

5-line.

Class F.

No.

15.

6-line.

3 cts.

5-line.

4 cts.

5 cts.

cts.

ALL STYLES MADE ANY SIZE DESIRED.

5 cts.

*"?&** HOLLY WOOD


Class D.

No.

95.

6-line.

5 cts.

Class B.

TYPE.
No.

10.

4-line.

3 cts

land 4
Class B.

Class D.

Class D.

No.

95.

No. 95.

10-line.

24-line.

5 cts.

No.

10.

5-line.

4 cts.

BIND
Class B.

No.

10.

6-line.

Class B.

No.

10.

8-line.

5 cts.

Class B.

No.

10.

14-line.

7 cts.

9 cts.

ALL STYLES MADE ANY SIZE DESIRED.

cts.

Palmer & Key,


Type Founders,
Class F.

No.

96.

San Francisco
afld

2-line.

3 cts.

IVIE1V
Class F.

No. 96.

2>-line.

3 cts.

Class B.

3-line.

3 cts.

96.

4-line.

cts.

No. 96.

5-line.

cts.

No.

Class F.

No.

Class F.

96.

21.

4-line.

3 cts.

Bad 2
Class B.

Class F.

No.

No.

21.

5-line.

cts.

REM

Class B.

No.

21.

6-line.

Class B.

No. 94.

4-line.

3 cts.

Class B.

No.

8-line.

5 cts.

cts.

ROM

Class F.

No. 44.

4-line.

DO

Class F.

Class F.

No.

No.

44.

44.

5-line.

6-line.

94.

3 cts.

4 cts.

5 cts.

Class B.

No.

ALL STYLES MADE ANY SIZE DESIRED.

94.

10-line.

6 cts.

HOLLY "WOOD TYPE.


Class B.

No. 60.

3 cts.

4-line.

Class A.

No.

93.

San Francisco
and Poitland.

5-line.

4 cts.

BOID 1UNKE
Die5
Rot4

Class B.

Class B.

No. 60.

No.

60.

4 cts.

5-line.

6-line.

No.

93.

10-line.

5 cts.

Class A.

No.

93.

12-line.

6 cts.

Class A.

No.

93.

15-line.

7 cts.

4 cts.

BID

Class B.

No. 60.

8-line.

5 cts.

Class B.

No.

15-line.

8 cts.

60.

Class A.

ALL STYLES MADE ANY SIZE DESIRED.

P&lmer & Rey,


Type Founders,
Class B.

No.

62.

"WOT

T
XAV-f AJAJ
4-line.

Vi WOOD
3 cts.

Class B.

TYPE.
No.

22.

San

and Portland.
5-line.

cts.

Batl BONE
Class B.

No.

62.

5-line.

cts.

ICE

Dusti
Class B.

No.

22.

6-line.

Class B.

No. 22.

8-line.

5 cts.

cts.

BE HUN

Class B.

No.

62.

6-line.

Class B.

No.

62.

8-line.

5 cts.

cts.

DIE
Class B.

Class B.

No.

62.

12-line.

No.

cts.

ALL STYLES"MADE ANY SIZE DESIRED.

22.

14-line.

7 cts.

WOOD

Palmer & Rey,


Type Founders,
Class D.

No. 97.

6-line.

cts.

Class A.

TYPE. s"
No.

48.

Francisco
and Portland.

6-line.

4 cts.

COM
Class D.

No.

97.

12-line.

cts.

Class A.

No.

69.

6-line.

4 cts.

Hadon
Class A.

Class G.

Class G.

No.

No.

26.

26.

5-line.

6-line.

4 cts.

No.

26.

8-line.

69.

8-line.

5 cts.

HOE
Class D.

No.

17.

8-line.

5 eta.

Class D.

No.

17.

10-line.

5 cts.

cts.

Boim2
Class G.

No.

5 cts.

ROSE

ALL STYLES MADE ANY SIZE DESIRED.

Type Founders,
Class D.

No. 56.

HOLLY WOOD TYPE.


5 cts.

8-line.

Class G.

No. 59.

San Francisco
&nd Portland.

6-line.

cts.

KentG

ill

( lass

Class D.

No.

56.

12-line.

6 cts.

Class D.

No. 56.

24-line.

9 cts.

Al.I.

G.

Class G.

No. 59.

12-line.

Gets.

No.

24-line.

12 cts.

STYLUS MADE ANY 8IZK DESIRED.

59.

Palmer & Rey,


Type Founders.
Class B.

No.

20.

HOLLY
4-line.

"WXDOD TYPE.

3 cts.

Class B.

No.

25.

*" F

ncisco

and Portland.
4-line.

3 cts.

SHOD Boal
Dirks ZUCr

Class B.

No.

20.

5-line.

cts.

Cla^s B.

No.

20.

6-line.

cts.

Class B.

No.

25.

5-line.

Class B.

No.

25.

6-line.

4 cts.

Class B.

No. 25.

8-line.

5 cts.

Class B.

No.

12-line.

6 cts.

cts.

HOE
lass B.

No.

20.

8-line.

5 cts

Class B.

No.

20.

12-line.

6 cts.

ALL STYLES MADE ANY SIZE DESIREH.

25.

Palmer & Rey,


Type Founders,

San Francisco
and Portland.

Class B.

No.

37.

15-line.

8 cts.

Class

No. 55.

30-line.

13 cts.

I).

Class

15.

Class A.

No. 23.

15-line.

Sets.

No.

30-line.

13 cts.

ALL STYLES MADE ANY SIZE DESIRED.

24.

Palmer & Rey,


Type Founders,

Border No.

TTOTjTYV
A 'WOOD
VV \J\JJ TVPTT]
A A JTAH.
AlV-rj-LLJ

76.

50

cts.

per

foot.

San Francisco
and Portland.

Corners same price as border per

foot.

^"X^,

Border No.

HOLLY WOOD TYPE.

48.

50

cts.

per

foot.

s*

Corners same price as body per

foot.

P*lmer A Rey,
Type Founders,

HOLLY

^ATOOD TYPE.

*** Fr&ncisco

Class A.

Ho.

45.

20-TIne.

9cts.

Class B.

No.

23.

20-line.

11 cts.

Border No.

49.

50

cts.

per

foot.

Corners same price as body per

and Portland*

foot.

TVOT3
1 Y F'Jb.

Palmer & Key,


Type Founders,

Border No.

84.

40

cts.

per

foot.

S&n Fmncisco

Corners same price as body per

Md Portland.

foot.

HOLLY WOOD TYPE.

""SSfc*.

Clas- B.

No. 62.

18-line.

10 cts.

A.

No. 81.

25-line.

11 cts.

Clai-s

Border No.

49.

40

cts.

per

foot.

Corners same price as body per

foot.

Palmer & Key,


Type Founders,

rT1~W"pT^
*- ^ fJZl

Class F.

No.

77.

8-line.

Class G.

No.

26.

30-line.

Border No.

83.

50

cts.

per foot.

San Francisco
an d Portland.

lo cts.

Corners same price as body per

foot.

TVPT7!
A A JTXL4.

P&lmer&Rey,
Typefounders,

Border No.

43.

40

cts.

per

foot.

San Francisco

Corners same price as body per

foot.

faimer & Key,


Type Founders,

Border No.

HOLLYA WXDOD
\V\~r\SU
-TAWA-rfAJ

63.

50

ctfl.

per

foot.

SaB Ff&ncisco
and Portland.

Cornel s same price as body per

foot.

Palmer & Rey,


Tyve Founders,
Founders.
Type
No. 95.

60

cts.

W UUU
W AA/'OOTl

per

No.

foot.

No.

No. 90.

San Francisco
afld PoFtl&nd_

MTT!\A7'
X*
J2rf

60 cts. per foot.

92.

93.

60 cts. per foot.

85 cts. per foot.

No. 91.

50

per

foot.

No.

87.

50 cts. per

foot.

No.

86.

85

cts.

cts.

per

foot.

No.

89.

60

cts.

per

foot.

BODKINS AND TWEEZERS.


Our assortment

of these indispensable articles

is

the best in the country.

See

illustrations

and prices below.

No.

i.

Patent

Wood Handle

(.'losing

Bodkin

Spring Bodkin

Pocket Case Bodkin,

No.

s^.i?

?i

2%

Patent Spring Bodkin

o-75

inches long

Wood Handle Bodkin

2.

when

$0.15

80.50

closed

$0.75

TWEEZERS.
No.

No.

2.

No.

Twee/en-

4.

Twee/en..

3.

Twee/

MALLETS AND SHOOTING

large.

STICKS.

Shooting Sticks, Style

$0.90

PALMER

&

R EY

Manufacturers and Importers of every description


<fOj

atit/

.$0.25

Lignum Vita; Mallets


Iron Bound Mallets

small.
Hickory Mallets,
"

Shooting Sticks, Style

.*,,....,

407

Saitsoti/e St.,

San

ot

$0.75
i.oo

$1.23

Printing Material,

Francisco, Cal.

JVIISCELLANEOUS j/VRTICLES^

GAGE BUTTON.
This gage is attached to
the platen sheet witn paste,

and it is easily removed by


dropping a little water into
the hole, without tearing the
sheet.
It has three flanges
1-16 to 3-16 of an inch wide.

BELLOWS.
$1 00

Large

81 25

size

PRICK, per doz.

BRONZING PAD.

$0 40

2Jx6ins.

..

S2 50

PLANERS.

BACK SAWS-CAST

White Maple
"

STEEL.

'

PRICE, from $1.50 to $3.00.

LYE BRUSH,
No

lx4J

3Jx5
3|xlO

:{

(style A.)

No.

ST.

40ets.

Per 100,

JOHN PAPER

s:j

00

80 75

extra wide

1 15

PATENT TYPE GAGE

LABEL HOLDER FOR CASES


Per dozen,

(Style B.)

-3JxlO

50

075

Proof J'laner

LYE BRUSH.

40
50
o 75

.SO

.><0

with leather on top

oo.

I'KICK,

COMPOSING RULES.
KNIFE.

To 15 ems,

25ets.

Make up

PRICK, 65cts.

Brass.

each, $1.50

With

Steel.

Initials, 50cts

rules, 50cts.

OIL CANS.
Tin

PRINTERS' KNIFE,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.

SI. 50

PALMER

$023

Copper or Brass

O6

REY,

PORTLAND, OREGON.

BRACKETS^

ROLLER BRACKETS,
For holding 6 Rollers, 2 inches or less in diaineter.

Price, per pair, 5Oc.

EUREKA GALLEY BRACKET.


They are designed to support the galley before
the case, without covering the same, making
correcting easier, and enabling the compositor
to stand before his own case to correct, without
covering up the next case. They fit any ordinary stand by pushing the lower case up to
admit the hook of the Brackets between the
case and the front of the stand. They avoid
foul cases and damage to type from sliding the
galley over the full boxes. They will be found
especially useful in
and in job offices.

book and newspaper

offices

They save steps, take no


time for adjusting, and are removed in a moment when not in use. They are made of cast
iron

and are well

finished.

PRICE, in box

per pair, SI.OO

PATENT GALLEY RACKS,


With removable brackets, that allow of the
galley being placed on the stone, or hung on

the frame in front of the case for correcting.

DOUBLE CASE BRACKET.


Price, $1.50 per pair.

Single Case, Price $0.80 per pair.

PATENT CASE BRACKET, WITH


GALLEY EXTENSION.

GOLDINQ'S GALLEY BRACKET,


Price, per pair, *0.50

This cut shows the Case Bracket with an


Attachment for holding the galley while it is
being corrected. The attachment may be put
on all stands, and will prove a convenience to

book and news printers specially. When no


in use, the extension may be pushed in out of
the way.
PRICK,

per pair, 76c.

bAMP
PKICK,

PALMER &

75 C each.

REY,

Type Founders and Manufacturers of Presses and Printing Material,


4O5-7 Sansome St., San Francisco, Cal.

^JVIISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES^
s*%
.

3^-f^

{*} MI
(c\
i**
A
Jj \2~^

IMPROVED

HEMfEL'S

f ATEJVJT STEEL QUOIJMS.


ECONOMICAL, SIMI'LE, SAFK.

These quoins are made of the best cast

steel, and are put


in pairs.
Only straight furniture is used with these
quoins, and they therefore possess unequalled good qualities
for printers who desire to do quick locking up, with as little
inconvenience as possible, and do it well.

up

No. 1 Quoins, per dozen pairs


"
"
"
No. 2
Plain Keys, either size, each,

f ROOF
On examination

$2 50
3 00
50

this 1'roof Roller will be

the ordinary braver

found to resemble

with this difference-

roller,

it

operates

on wheels. The wheels, together with a spiral leverage, raise


the india rubber impression cylinder a little over the proper
height for taking the impression from a galley, which is supposed to be lying flat upon an imposing stone or an ordinary

The spiral springs yield to the pressure as the roller


passes over the type, and a perfectly legible proof is taken.
A pair of thumb-screws make allowance for the difference in
table.

thickness between a brass or wooden galley, or no galley at all.


It is equally applicable to a job locked up in a chase or tied

with a string.

EbM CITY

Price,

(9 inches

between wheels) $5.00.

COU^ITEF(.

It counts to 100,000, and repeats automatically.


It is the
lowest priced counter now sold which will indicate correctly,
and wear well. Is only 5J inches long. It can be attached
to any kind of a machine by simply inserting two screws, and
connecting the lever to any movable part of the machine by
wire or chain, where a different horizontal or vertical movement is to be obtained.
-

Price,

$10.00.

IJMK

FOUJMTAI^.

The Hinged Well Ink Fountain for the "Peerless" is by far


the simplest and best- working fountain ever attached to a disc
press, and when used properly, will give an even color for any
length of time. It can be raised or lowered so as to give
more or less contact with the distributing roller, by the use

MITERING MACHINE.
HOES PATKXT

of the large

ri'RIGIIT.

Price,

MANUFACTURERS

The knife may be adjusted

thumb-screw.

to feed

the quantity of ink desired.

Will miter brass or metal rule. It is simple in construction,


easily adjusted, and does the work with the greatest facility!

Price,
Fountains of anv other

$16.00.

^pAlsMER &
SAN FRANCISCO

and

(4)

make

f^EY^a
PORTLAND.

$27.50.

or stvle furnished to order.

AND IMPORTERS,

MEGILL'S PATENTED

REGISTERING APPARATUS,

FOR ALL JOB PRINTING PRESSES.


NEW PATENT WIRE GAUGE

Insert,

PINS.

the points into the platen-paper at the desired place and force home the pin. The bend at the lower corner prevents
the sheets from catching, and the pin from working out. One dozen, and one size only, in a box.

sizes

All

25

cts. per dozen.

ADJUSTABLE STEEL GAUGE PINS.-FOUR

SIZES.

Xo. 1-Pica.

Xo. 3

Great Primer.

Xo. 4

Pica, short lip.

Medium.

Xo. 2

Adjustable to the finest degree,


and when adjusted to the exact position are secured firmly in place by
forcing the two small teeth into the

Price,
<

GO

cts. per doz.


Assorted

'Mr duy.cii in a box.

when

required.

platen paper.

IMPROVED EXTENSION FEED GUIDES.

ADJUSTABLE
SPRING TONGUE GAUGE PINS.

Hand Extension Feed Guide

Left

position, ready

one

size,

40

$1 20 per

cts.

per

fi>r

in

work.

Particularly designed for printing large sheets that require a gauge beyond the lower
Including extra pair of
edge of the platen.
Price,

dozen.

$I.OOperset.

set.

short guides and tongues.

RADIATING SHEET SUPPORTERS.

Fig.

1.

Before bending.

Holder.

DD

Legs of Holder. B Pivoted section.


E Tongue. I" Guide Head.
Screw. II Small Screw.

G Large

The above cut represents a complete set of Hadiatir.g Sheet


Supporters in position on the platen, the Holders having
1>een bent on and forced down with the bail, the bottom and
side Supporters adjusted to the sheet, the screws tightened
and the tongues turned around over the margin.
,S/ze>
J'l-ices,

For

the

2i

3i

82.00

2.10

2.20

2.30

6x9

7x11

8x12

9x13

When

Fig. B.

After Bending.

Sliding section.

ordering state

LIGHTNING SHEET ADJUSTERS.

name

Diagram of a few of the positions in which they may


They never prevent the use of the griper.

placed.

4J
2.40

10x15
of Press

and

2.50

2.63

2.70

11x17

12xlS

13x10

6j
2.80

inches.

per Set.

14x22 Press.

size inside the chase.

Tbey are similar to the Radiating Sheet Supporters, but are made without tongues or screws, and the guide-heads consist of points, which are quickly set on the platen-paper in any position.

STICKS

ALBION COMPOSING STICK.

SCREW COMPOSING
C
6

ch, 2 inc lies


ch,
ch, 2i
ch, 2
ch, 2
12-i ch. 2
Every additioi al

inch

STICK.
75

.so

deep

"

20
50

nickel plated

German

1 50

silver ...

?5
85
95
.

\vo inches

15

30
15

COMPOSING STICK CLAMP.


This ('lamp prevents springing the knee during spacing.
Price, 20cts. each.

YANKEE COMPOSING STICK.


(Prices

same

as the Grover.)

CROVER COMPOSING STICK.


Grover's Patent, 6-inch
8-inch

FRANKLIN COMPOSING STICK.


same as the Grover.)

..............

is

held firmly by screws, so that it is impossible to spring it by


tight spacing. No. 1 is adjustable from 2 to 2} inches long;
No. 2 from 2J to 2J inches long.
2 in. wide. 21 in.
2Jin.
No. 1, 12 to 13i ems pica
$0 85 $0 90 $ 1 00
"
"

No.

2,

085

13Atol5

90

.............................

210
2 30
2 50

Stick.

Composing

especially designed for newspaper work. When


it is once correctly set to measure, a reliable standard is obtained, for there is no reason for changing it as it cannot be
set to half measure.
Both ends of the adjustable knee arc

This stick

30

1 50

Colding's Standard

1 70

18-inch ............... ...............


20-inch ----

16-incli

(Prices

$1 20
........'...;.'.'

10-inch
12-inch
14-inch ................

090

100

Colding's

..

Sticks.

superior manner.
5-inch
6-inch
8-inch

MAHOGANY JOB
20 inches.
"
24
.
"
28

News Composing

The braced knee and beveled end are now used on all these
All these
sticks, making them both lighter and stronger.
sticks are made of steel, and are polished and finished in a
2 in. wide.
75
.

80
90

2V

wide.
$0 85
90
1 00

in.

STICK.

30

36

$1 50
1 60

40

40

1 7ft

$1 15

32 inches..

^PALMER &
Pacific

Coast Advertising

Bureau and San Francisco Newspaper

DEALERS
405 and 4O7 Sansome

IN

Street,

Union,

PRINTERS' SUPPLIES,
San Francisco, Cal.

TAKE SLUGS

THE

ST.

JOHN TAKE SLUG.

speaks for

itself

more eloquently

tha

Cut to any measure, 30c. each.

BRASS INDENTED TAKE SLUG.


VII
STYLE "A."

STYLE

"X."

This slug is made of solid brass, and is almost indestructible. The figures are plainly indented in the face of the slug, and
the line to measure from is unmistakable. They are cheaper than the ordinary electrotyped slug, and preferable in every
resnect.
respect.

Cut to any measure,

25c. each.

ELECTROTYPED TAKE SLUGS.

ONE
10
Made from any

figure or letter selected, not over Great Primer Body, at 25c. each.

ANNEX TYPE Box.

Showing box attached to case.


The Annex Type Boxes can be readily attached to any of ;he full or half compartments of the lower case, and the type
placed in them can be taken as easily and quickly as any of the lower case letters. They are so constructed that when
attached to the case the type in the lower case is fully as accessible as before. The capital letters commonly used, or most
frequently used in special work may be placed in these type boxes and attached to the several compartments containing the
lower case of the same letters, thereby saving much time and labor. These boxes are made scoop-shaped so that the type
may be easily taken from them by the compositor.

Price, 30c. each.

$3.25 per dozen.

PAlsMER & REY,


TYfE

fOUJMDEKXS,

fRESS JvlANUf ACTUf^ERS /cND

405 and 407 Sansome

Street,

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.

And 114 Front

Street,

PORTLAND, OREGON.

HAND ROLLERS.

Style A.

6-inch

and 8-inch

Style B. Two handles.


Rollers from 12 inches up.

Rollers.

No.

Length

ot Roller.

Roller

Frame and Core.

6 inches.

Cofe or Stock only.

One handle.
Style B.
10 and 12-inch Roller*.

6, 8.

Complete with Frame, Core and cast Roller.


Style A, 2 in. diam
Style H, 3'^ in. diaia

$1.50

-5o

1-75

50

$2.50
3.00

.70
.70
.85
.85

3-5o
4.00
4.40

2.00
",25
2.50
2-75

3-25

oo

3.00

I.

3-25

1.00

3-So
3-75

*-5
I.

82 co

4- 75

5-25
5-75
6.25

25

ft

JOB

AND CYLINDER PRESS ROLLERS.

JOB PRKSS ROLLERS.


Sizes.

Cores.

Casting on Core,

CYLINDER PRESS ROLLERS.

ROLLER COMPOSITION
Put up

in 5 or 10

IV).

packages, distinctly marked, with

directions for use.

full

PRICES.

PRICES.
Improved
Improved Standard
Golden Gate.

.....

per Ib. 30
"
40
"
50

cts.

per

Fidelity

'

Handv

'

GLUE POTS.
One pint
One quart

$5 50

gallon

Two

gallons
Three gallons
Made from heavy

7 Oi)

8 50
tin,

"
"

40
50

COMPOSITION KETTLES.
One

30 cts.

11).

"
"

Two

jE

with copper bottom.

$1 00
1

25

50

quarts

Slay be used for composition for small rollers.

f'ompoaition will remrlt.

.Ill .7f>r.

ROLLER MOLDS

f CABINETS.

PRICES FOR BRASS MOLDS.


FOR CYLINDER PRESSES.
No.

Length.

24

24 in.

30

30

36

36

Diameter.

'

12 00

"

44

40 "
44 "

48

48

52

52

'

40

Price.

$9 60

14 40
16 00
17 60

lit

20

20 SO

FOR TKEAUI.E 1'KESSKS.


Eighth medium
"
"

.">

large

Quarto
"

"

4 00

"

large

Half

OS
<0

"

->

large.

These J'rirr* inrlwlf

INK
1 will
of ink, 1

J{.--

ami

Star.

AND ROLLER CABINET.

hold 6 cans

No. 2 will hold 18 cans

hand roller
and 12 machine rollers 6 eighth and 6
quarter-medium

hand rollers
and 18 machine roll-

of ink, 4

ers

medium

Thousands

each for a pan of


water or wet sawdust.
In this low-priced cabinet
we bring within the reach
of every printer an article
that should be in all printof

St.

10 00
of dollars are

to job printers, annually, through lack of a


proper place to keep their

lost

inks and rollers.

With no

particular place to put them

they are left lying around


(the inks often with the
covers off), so that they
soon become worthless.

Its saving in
ing offices.
ink and rollers will soon
cover the cost.

405-407 Sansome

six eighth, six

quarter and six half-

$6 50

A space is left at the bottom

.">o

5 00

03
CO
PQ

No.

(),)

3 50

PALMER &

REY,

San Francisco,

Cal.

Half, or

REGULAR POLIO NEWSPAPER CHASES


No.

Size of

Size of pair

over

Paper.

1..

Half, or

Twin Chases.
WROUGHT
Size inside

each

all

5 col. folio.. 21%x29%.


"
6
.24 x33%.
.

3'!
5..
7..

half,

x!9V

x21%

Price

per pair.

$10 00
12 00
14 00
16 00
18 00

Book, or Shifting-Bar Chases.


WROUGHT
No.
1

2
3
4
5
(i

10

No.
1

2
3

4
5
6
7

8
9
10

IRON.

Twin Chases, with Bars.

REGULAR QUARTO NEWSPAPER CHASES.

IRON.

WROUGHT

Size of

No

over

Paper.
1

.4 col. 4to. .24


.5

"

. < i

IRON.

Size of pair

Size of each

Price

inside.

per pair.

all

x33%..15

28%x42%

30>x49}4

19 V4-x26

22)|x28

.$16 50
17 50
19 00
.

FOR COTTKKLL PRESS.


.7

"

..31

News

Chases.

WITH MOVAKLK BAR

WROUGHT

IRON.

20 00

BRASS-LINED GALLEY.
NEWSPAPER GALLEYS.

JOB GALLEYS.
$2 00

Dttom, brass-lined

The same unlined, 25 cents

xlO inches inside


"
"
"
8%xl3
" 10 xlG
"
" 12 x!8
"
"

Job, G

less.

$2 00
2 75

'

Brass, Mailing, brass-lined, G l ^x21^4 ins. 3 00


" 4 50
10x21 *
"
for same, nonpareil, each
35
Reglets
"
"
"

"

Metal

wood, (cherry) 5 x!5


5)^x18
G x20

" 14
" 15

15

WOOD
Common

Slice,

"

40
50

Sl'KCfAT, SI/.KS

"
"

.4

75

GALLEY.

.$0 30
.

x20
x22

3 25
3 75
4 25

2 75
3 00
90

wood, medium, 10x1(>


"
royal, 12x18

1'a-jriiijj;,

brass-lined

AND STYLKH TO

ORDK1!.

IMPERIAL GALLEY CABINET.


The full size cabinet, made as shown in cut, will hold 150 galleys,
either single or double galleys, or both.
"

"

100

"

PALMER &
405-7 Sansome Street,
SAN FRANCISCO,

27 50

REY,
112-114

Front Street,

PORTLAND, OR.
(11)

for

$40 OO

Price, for cabinet holding 150 galleys

"

ami can be arranged

^f PINTERS'
All

our cases are made from thoroughly seasoned


cherry, with white-wood bottoms, and are

guaranteed of superior

-U'

CASK.

Price, per pair,

quality.

LOWKR CASK.

1.75.

ITALIC CASE, M.1S.

TRIPLK CASE, $1.25.

Ql'AD AND Sl'ACK CASK,

FIGURE CASE,

LAHOII-SAVIXO RVLS CASE,

LABOR SAVING LEAD CASK,

81.2:".

BLANK CASE,

$1.25.

CALMER &

S1.2S.

$0.85.

f^EY

TYPE FOUNDERS, ELECTROTYPERS, STEREOTYPERS AND


PRINTERS' MACHINISTS.
(12)

TWO-THIRD NEWS CASKS, per

pair, $1.50.

TWO-THIRD RULE CASE,

$1.40.

IMPROVED Two-TiiiRD CASE.


Price, $1. LT).

TWO-THIRD YANKEE CASK.

Will hold complete font of caps, small caps

Price, $ .90

and lower

CALIFORNIA TWO-THIRD CASK.


Trice, $ .90.

The best two-third job case made.

case.

CA B

JM

ETS

IMPROVED CABINET
For Caps, Small Caps and Lower Case.

12
16
20

% "cases

,$26

00

32 00
36 00
With Galley Top.

IULBJULJLJM.

[III
III!

IN
('ASK.

Mil

iiiiiii
KITIIER CASE

SAME

I'

KICK.

GRAINED CABINET.
tfA

Made without front cross-liars, with cherry case fronts,


paneled sides, and neatly painted and grained.
Though
made of less expensive wood than the others they will be
found to answer all the requirements of every day use.

// At

iii-Tl.m

YANKKK CASK.

Two-third case Cabinets with either style

case.

GRAINED.
I

12
16
20

$20 00
25 00
32 00

prases
All with Galley

Top and Drawer.

NAPANOCH.
16
20

% "cases

37 00
46 00

\Vith <:allcy

Top and Drawer.

\ JOB CASE.

GRAINED.
16
20

job "cases ..................... $23 00


3000
.....................
With Galley Top and Drawer.

THE "NAPANOCH."

NAPANOCH.

This cabinet is made of variegated ash, with black walnut


veneered panels, front cross-bars, black walnut drawer
This is the handsomest Cabinet
fronts, and bronzed pulls.
in the market.

16
20

& job "cases


With Galley Top and Drawer.

p>ALMER & F^EY


TYPE FOUNDERS, ELECTROTYPERS, STEREOTYPERS AND
PRINTERS' MACHINISTS,
4O5 AND 4O7 SANSOME STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
(14)

39 00
47 00

.,10..

PRICES

These cabinets are made

of

6 (rases j.j
"
"

sizc>

"

"

and

10

the cases are ornamented with

15

the

best

seasoned

bronze handles.

cherry,

They

<

$10 00

"

15 00
19 00

are neat,

Other

compact and handy.

sizes furnished to order.

Boxing extra.

BOOKBINDERS' CABINET.
The larger

size Cabinets

are not

earned in stock, but will he promptly


order, without extra cost.

initially

BRACKET CABINET.
PRICE, 18
'

% cases,
cherry
"
"

18%

$45 00
50 00

fiirni-iliefl

on special

/JOB STANDS.

JMEWS STAND.
HAS KACKS you FIGHT CASKS AND

T\vo I'AIKH

OF CASES ON Tor.

$6.50.

PRICE,

JOB STAND.
HOLDING FIFTEEN

Fri.L AKJ> FIFTEEN

TWO-THIRD CASKS,
WITH CASES l r, THIRTY-KOFI!
r

CASKS

PRICE,

i.v

ALL.

$8.50.

"OUR OWN"

BOOK STAND.
For thirty-four full sized casos. Will
set close to wall, or back to back with
another stand, without waste of space.

Lower case slides easily back to allow


of access to galley tray beneath. Upper case set several inches nearer the
hand than

in

any other stand.

Com-

positor can easily reach the upper

boxes while

PRICE,

PALMER &
405-7 Sansome Street,
SAN FRANCISCO,

sitting.

$11.00.

REY,
M2-II4 Front Street,

PORTLAND, OR.

LEAD /RULE -RACKS*

e^LEAD RACK.
Arranged

for

Leads and Slugs, from 6

when

filled.

and will hold over half a


THE WORLD.

to 50 picas in length,

THE BEST

PRICE,

IN

ton,

$8.00.

fURNITURE RACK.
EUREK/V

For leads running from 2

PRICE,

For Labor-saving Wood Furniture. Made


from 2 to 12 picas wide by 10 to 50 picas in
length. The sizes are stamped on end of each
25 ems in length.
Varnished pine case. 560 pieces.
piece.

loEj/VD
-

to
-

RACK.

$4.00.

$11.00.

PRICE,

BBlfflfflil!

Nothing

CALMER &beenREY RULE RACK,

equal to this has ever

presented to the craft.

necessity in every job

PRICE,
Nos. 4O5-7 Sansome St.,
San Francisco, Cal.

No. 2.

It is absolutely perfect,

and a

office.

$18.00.

A
RPY
C.
OC f\
I

114
,

Front Street,
Portland, Or.

JOB OFFICE SPECIALTIES


QUOTATION FURNITURE RACK.

Will

Only perfect arrangement ever invented.


hold a hundred pound font
See

each

size

by

full description in Pacific Printer for

itself.

March

1885.

PRICE,

$4.50

JOB COMPOSITOR'S MAKE-UP STAND


FITTED TO THE WINDOW.

One

of the

handiest inventions ever put

in a job printing office

See

full

description in Pacific, Printer for

March, 1885, or send for our


descriptive pamphlet,

Price according

to

"

new

illustrated

Printing for Profit."

work in

fitting.

OUR NEW
LEAD DISTRIBUTING GALLEY,
WITH GLASS BOTTOM.

Worth

.$100

quickly and
Re-let, Furniture, etc.

a year to any office

Indispensable.

PRICE,

$1.50 each.

PALMER & REY,


Type Founders and Printing Press Manufacturers,
4O5 and 4O7 SANSOME STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO,
(18)

CAL.

for

easily distributing Leads, Rules,

JOB OFFICE SPECIALTIES


NEW

CH/VSE F(ACK
We

keep in stock Hacks of this style for all


sizes of treadle presses, and make to order for
larger sizes.

No matter how the form is put in the rack,


not even the most careless handling can by any
possibility injure the face of the type. It is positively an absolute protection to the form.

Price

$2.5O

In ordering please give length of chase. It is


"
knocked down " for convenience of shipping, and can be put together with a dozen sixsent

penny

nails.

-WOOD TYPE SHELVES;

Will hold a full font of any size type, from four line to 100 line. As handy as a lower case.
Keeps the type always standing on end, and prevents warping or twisting. It is the first really
practical idea for keeping wood type handy, where it can be easily and quickly set and distributed, ever invented.

Special prices on large orders.

PriCQ,

$3.5O

ADJUSTABLE RUNNERS FOR JOB STANDS.


They make an ordinary Job Stand
a,

into

dust-tight Cabinet.

.iiiinii'iiiiniii

liiir

RUNNERS FOR END OF STAND.


Price, per pair, $3.5O

4O5-7 Sansome Street,


San Francisco.

SHOWING RUNNERS

PALMER &
(19)

IN POSITION,

f^EY,

FORMING A GALLEY CABINET

112-14 Front Street,


Portland, Or.

-^IMPOSING STONES. *2

Italian

IRON

Marble

IMPOSING STONES,

Imposing

Surfaces,

Perfectly Accurate

Firmly Cemented
in Coffin.

No.

and Reliable and


Last Forever.

will

JVIAILING JVIATERIAL
COMPLETE MAILING OUTFIT FOR A LIST OF FROM 750 TO 1000 NAMES.

PRICE

$47.OO

ONLY.
STYLE OF
| Gr

LIST.

L Waterman

J F Murphy!
a

Martin Kramer

Frank Talbott
|

Jane Pomeroy

DENVER
-^ PRICES &~

^9 LOCOS,
^

5*

*
.

a?

Col

MAILING MACHINE.'!-- Piner's Mustang:


$11 00
50
MAILING GALLKYB
MAILING RKGLETS
$ M. 2 00
50
MAILING TYPE Long 1'riiuer with abbreviations.. $ Ib.

a.

STYLE OF

W Smith|

Katie King

LIST.

Nev

VIRGINIA CITY

Harding

Salem, Or. | 2 i|

Mary Johnson, DenverCol|5|

M Stivers, Mary8viUe,Cal|i|
DIRECTIONS FOR MAILING

Bring into alphabetical order the Post Offices found in


the mailing books by taking twenty-six slips of paper, about
three inches wide, each headed with a letter of the alphabet.
1.

On

LIST.-

in black type, as shown above.


By this arrangement the Post
Office address falls systematically from the dispatch machine
on its appropriate bundle of papers, which is then ready to be

these slips classify all Post Offices.


wrapped, corded and mailed, leaving the address exposed on
2.
Prepare Post Office list for compositor by commencing thft white manrin. unless the Post Offices are set up in order a
with the first Post Office in A turning to its list of names on second time, with figures or symbols annexed, indicating the
the mailing book, write them all on a slip of paper, and after size of wrapper required to be 'used in each case, so as to have
each name write the precise date up to which each has paid all the wrappers addressed before going to press. The setting
for the paper. As fast as the lists are thus written out, they up of the subscription list being completed, arrange the whole
can be passed to the compositor and set up.
according to mail routes ana pose onices in aipnabetical order
3.
Adjust to ten ems pica, which affords room for name, in chases or galleys. All this done take two impressions from
date, or number on which subscription terminates, and all the the type. The first enclose in an envelope and deposit in a
Commence each fire-proof safe or vault fasten the second in the accountant's
private marks requisite in book-keeping.
name flush, omit points, never space the date, and if neces- book. As papers going singly to the Post Office must be seplines
are used to arately wrapped, these wrappers can be addressed by the
name.
If
additional
omit
sary,
spacing
complete an address, indent respectively one and two ems, if machine before the paper goes to press, by keeping the singles
Office
nlaced
at
the bottom in columns by themselves.
name
of
Post
is
The
the
possible.
;

PALMER &
TYPE FOUNDERS, ELECTROTYPERS, STEREOTYPERS AND
PRINTERS' MACHINISTS,
4O5 AND 4O7 SANSOME STREET, SAN
(21)

FRANCISCO, CAL.

M ETAL

FU RN
I

TU RE

SIZES:
4-6-8-10-15-20-25-50 ems Long.
2-3-4-6-8-10 ems Wide.
50-ems omitted in Smaller Fonts.

Order

"METAL FURNITURE"

when you want This

Style

PRICES
Founts of 12
Founts of 25

lt>s,

$3.00

His,

6.25

Founts of 50 tbs, $12.50


Founts of 100 Itis, 25.00

-^QUOTATION FURNITURE.4SIZES

4-8-12-16-20 ems Long.

Designate

all

orders for This Style as

2-3-4 ems Wida.

"QUOTATION FURNITURE."

Price, 25c. per

Ib.

^QUOTATIONS
SIZES:

2-4, 3x4, 4X4.

Price, 25c. per


Put up

405-7 Sansome Street,


if
San Francisco

YPE

FOUNDERS,

in 10

11).

Fonts,

Ib.

$2.50, or sold Separate in

r j -* r-\
rt
/I / 1/ y r\
J.*A

r>

T^t

any Quantity.

7"^

7"

f\
^IV C^f
JVl^
AY
\^S
(22)

"*

Front street,
Street,
rront

PR ESS + BUILDERS,
Portland.

LEADS'-SkUGS*
All our leads

and guaranteed

and slugs are

cast in lengths of 18 inches, planed

perfect.

PRICES

10 to pica
"
8
"
and thicker.
6

Improved Corner Quads

by the most improved process

per"Ib. .50
.30

''

.17

{}

Labor-Saving Slugs.

The above cut represents our improved Corner Quads, Quads and Spaces, and Labor-Saving
Slugs, cast with a recess to receive the naging cord, thus enabling the form tied up with these
the Cord. In book work, and
improved quads, to be Locked up without
jobs that are to be left standing, they are invaluable. The saving of time and the absence of pi,
will very soon repay the outlay, their cost being no more than the ordinary quad, spaces, laborsaving slugs, etc. The recess occupies the place of the nick in the ordinary quad, and does not
interfere in the least in any and all places where the common quads and labor-saving slugs are

Removing

required.

These Quads and Spaces are cast on Pica and Nonpareil Bodies
and put up

PRICES:

in fonts of 10, 25, 50

Pica, 35c.

per

Ib.

and 100 pounds.

Nonpareil, 45c. per

Ib.

LABOR-SAVING FONTS zfKegular fonts of Leads or Slugs are put up, cut in graduated lengths from 4 to 25
fonts of 12 Ibs., 25 Ibs., or 50 Ibs., at 25 cents per pound.

ODD SIZES TO ORDER IN

ANY

ems

pica, in

QUANTITIES.

FOOT SLUGS13
13

ems measure
"

"

Metal, Great Primer body.


Brass

4 cents each.

..20

"

"

PALMER & REY,


Type Founders, Electrotypers, Printing Press Manufacturers
Dealers in Printers' Supplies and Bookbinders' Specialties,

SAN FRANCISCO,

CAL. und
(23)

PORTLAND,

OR.

^BRASS L>EADERS>
H^lii*

v*

^^c)

LABOR-SAVING BRASS LEADERS.


BODY.

Sox.

PACK, 137.

FACE,

72.

FACE,

99.

Nonpareil
Brevier

Long Primer
Pica

Leader Rule furnished to match any face of type made and on any body.
Face No. 72 is furnished with all Law Italic fonts, unless otherwise ordered.
When ordering be particular to state the style of Leader by number, as well as the
face of the type with which the Leaders are to be used. A. specimen letter must, in all
cases,

accompany the

order.

PUICES

Nonpareil,

per

$1 60
1 60

Ib.

"

Brevier,

Long Primer

"

"

Pica,

1 50
1

40

PERFORATING RULE.:
BRASS, per

STEEL, per foot, 75c.

foot, ir>c.

CARRUTH'S PATENT GRIPPER PERFORATOR.


O
3

cr
CD

to

Cfl

<D

a.

O
cr

o
3

cr

CD

CL

In ordering Perforator state

size

and

style of press

on which

it is

to be used.

^9 PRICES: <^
Eighth Medium,

$3.00.

Quarto Medium,

PALMER &

$4.00.

Half Medium,

$5.0O.

REY,

TYPE f OUNDERS ^ f RESS .(MANUFACTURERS,


405 and 407 SANSOME STREET,
(24)

F^ULE
We

make to order any plain-faced Rule into labor-saving fonts of any size required, the
AVe show the faces of
price varying according to the thickness of the body, as given below.
Rule most called for, and which we keep always on hand, put up in fonts of 3 pounds each.
Sizes range from

Each

piece

is

em

by ens up to 10 ems, and by ems tip to 25 ems.


labor-saving fonts except dotted and Saxon single.

pica to 25 ems, varying

Mitered pieces to

stamped.

Saxon No.

Saxon No.

1.

2.

Excelsior No.

4.

Excelsior No.

6.

Saxon

The accompanying

STYI.K

AND JHEAD

HULKS-

6.

Nonpareil No.

8.

5 col.

col.

col.

col.

quarto or

quarto or

quarto or

folio.

folio.

folio.

folio.

'8 col. folio.

18

col. folio,

25%

18

20

Head Rules given

PRICES
.\IN

Nonpareil No.

quarto or

in length

rules except for nine

Coi,i

4.

f^ULES-STAND/VRD MEASUREMENT.

OK NEWSPAPER

of the

Nonpareil No.

table gives the length of Column and Head Rule for the regular standard
sizes of Folio and Quarto Newspapers.

Column Rules, inches


"
Head Rules,
The length

8.

Fonts of 3 pounds, f&.W


"
"
3
4.80
"
3
4.5o

Rule, $2.00 per ]tuixl.


"
1.60
Excelsior "
"
1.50

Nonpareil"

COLUJVIN

Excelsior No.

~\.

Excelsior No.

PRICES:

all

are for columns IS ems pica wide, and Minion column


column paper, when Brevier column rules are used.

FOR COLUMN /rND HE/rD RULES.

12 indies or less, Nonpareil bodv, each,


..
.1
24
H
24 to 28 ins.
.,
,,
12 inches or less Minion !>o<ly
..
24
11
.1
24 to 28 ins.
u
..

12 inches or less, Krevier body


i.
M
24
"
24 to 28 ins.
..

80
56
75
35
70
85
40

HKA

Ki'i.K.s

1'carl thickness,

12 inches anil under.

25
4f>

Agate

2;'.

Nonpareil
.1

070

..

50
30
00

12
24

Heavier column rules to order.

95

DASHES AND CROSS RULES.


Double Cross Rules,

Alisere Dashes, 5c. each.

Local Dashes,

5c.

each.

Editorial Dashes, 7a. each.

Fancy Dashes,

lOc. eacli.

Desfiffnate face

6<-.

each.

I'arallel

Cross Rules,

6c. each.

Waved

Cross Rules,

~c.

each.

Advertisinjjf Rules, 4c. each.

by number of the

strip rule in

Specimen Book.

fALMER &
Type Founders, Manufacturers of Printing Presses, Brass Rule, Dashes, Etc.

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.


(25)

and

PORTLAND, OR.

RASS-WO R K N G TOO LS.


I

GOLDING'S CURVING MACHINE.

LITTLE GIANT
Lead and Rule Cutter

No.
-

$8 50

GOLDING'S CUTTING
Price,

^f)
Q

1,

No. 2,

curves
"

to 4 ins.

"

AND MITERING MACHINE.

Twenty-Five Dollars.

$12 50
19 00

IMPROVED TABbET f RESS


FOR PRINTERS, STATIONERS AND BINDERS.

PAPKR

APPLYING THE CEMKNT.

IN PRESS.

This press

used

forming into tablets or blocks, bill-heads, letter-heads, note-heads,


statements, orders, memorandums, blanks, etc. The only practical press made for the purpose.
It is so simple in operation an ordinary boy can work it.
The first illustration shows the machine when closed and packed with paper. The paper is
inserted edgewise on two boards set at right angle, to which the bottom edges of the paper are
easily gathered, so that the edges when reversed for gluing are uniformly even and smooth.
When the paper is in position it is pressed by turning the crank handle at one end of the press,
which operates a screw bearing against a movable iron clamp. The clamps are held in a hinged
frame, so that the paper, when properly secured, can be thrown over, as shown in the second
illustration, bringing the lower and smooth edges uppermost, ready for gluing.
Every press is provided with two sizes of clamping boards for each end, to protect the paper
from indentations from the iron clamps. A thumb-screw is used to raise or lower the clamping
frame, whereby a central pressure can be obtained on any size paper from 2x2 inches, up to the
full capacity of the press.
If paper is used for finishing the edges after gluing, the block can be
thrown back on the boards and pressed by its own weight. The blocks can be made any thickness, and separated easily by vising a thin, sharp knife.
i

for

SIZES
No.

No. 2

AND fRICES,

hold 2,000 sheets, any size up to 6x12 inches,


"
"
"
"
"
8x16
5,000

will

$10 00
15

OO

For Printers, Stationers and Bookbinders.


This Composition is for making a FLEXIBLE or ELASTIC binding, and can be used, without
paper, for finishing, in making pads, tablets, or blocks of paper.
One pound of Composition is enough for 50,000 sheets, note size.
DIRECTIONS. Cut into pieces about one inch square, and put it with a little water into a glue
pot kept hot in a water-bath. When thoroughly melted it is ready for use, and should be
applied to the paper as hot as possible. Avoid putting it on too thickly. If one thin coat does
not prove effective in holding sheets apply it thinly a second time. Water may be added if the
should be cut apart with a thin,
Compo. becomes too thick to spread smoothly. The blocks si
sharp knife.
$O.4O
Elastic Compo., red or blue, per pound,

PALMER &

REY,

Type Founders and Manufacturers of Presses and Printing Material,

4O5-7 Sansome

St.,

San Francisco,

(27)

Cal.

f ROOF f RESSES

f^EADY F^ObbER f ROOF f RESS


No.

1.

With Covered Holler

without Table.

8x24 inches, inside bearers


"
"
"
15x28

$20 00
35 00

I^EADY ROLLER f ROOF f RESS


Xo.

With

2.

READY ROLLER PROOF PRESS

and black Avalnut closet for


holding paper, ink, water, and ink brayer.
all-iron table,

8x24 inches inside bearers.


"
15x28

$25

(10

4.")

00

No.

2.

For Prices see next column.

PIONEER PRESS4-

SIZES
No.
No.

1.

2.

For
"

<>

column paper
"

"

size

"

AND

14x20

ins.,

PRICES.
f.

10^x22%

o. b. in

"

San Francisco
"

$70 00

9500

This Press resembles the modern hand press in having Ways, Bed, Tynipan, and Frisket. In place of a platen and levers
it has a cylinder, by the rotation of which the bed is moved and the
The
impression given at each motion, back and forth
tympan is covered with the best gum cloth. The frisket is covered with paper, same as other hand presses. The form is
inked by hand. The impression is adjusted by screws under the bearings of the cylinder. The sheet is worked folded and

Nos. 405-407 Sansome

St.

PALMER &
(28)

REY,

San Francisco, Gal.

THE PIONEER PRESS

HHHIS

Press resembles the modern common hand press in having Ways, Bed, Tynipjui and
In place of a platen and levers it has a cylinder, by the rotation of which the
bed is moved and the impression given at each motion, back or forth. The tympan is covered
with the best trum cloth. The frisket is covered with paper, same as other hand presses. The
form is inked by hand. The impression is adjusted by screws under the hearings of the cylin-""

Frisket.

der.
The sheet is worked folded and turned, taking fonr impressions to complete each paper.
The pressman can work from 200 to 300 impressions per hour and do good newspaper work.

nothing wonderful about this kind of newspaper work, except the cheapness of the
Where it is desirable to start on a very economical scale, commencing with a small
The Pioneer Press is furnished with two chases, six
circulation, this outfit does admirably.
Hempel patent quoins, roller-frame and cast roller, oiler and wrench.

There

is

outfit for

it.

OUTFIT ESTIMATES
FOR

FOR SEVEN-COLUMN PAPER.

SIX- COLUMN PAPER.


$70 00
2 00

Pioneer Press, 14x20 inches, with roller


1

1
2

Single Galley

Double Galley
Composing Sticks

Pioneer Press, 10Jx22] inches, with roller


2 Single Galltvs..

2 50

50

6 00

3 pairs

9 60

each Mallet, Planer, Bodkin and Brush


10 Ibs. News Ink

90

2
1

2 50

Autocrat Stand and Galley Rack


Composing and 1 Make-up Rules
set

Column and Head Rules,

10 00
1

7 20

pp

30 Single and 10 Double and Parallel Cross Rules.


10 Editorial and 20 Local Dash Rules.
15 Ibs. Leads and Slugs, 13 ems
100 Ibs. Long Primer No. 14, with Italic

1
1

1
1

1
1
1

80

90

3 00

Triple Cases
each Mallet, Planer, Bodkin and Brush
News Ink

Autocrat Stand and Galley Rack


2 Composing and ] Make-up Rules
1

60

Heading, electrotyjxjd
fount 8 Title No. 4
do 8 Antique Extended No. 3

3 00

do
do
do

10 Aldine

do
do
do

22 Clarendon Compressed
28 Gothic Condensed No.

3 85

275
245
315

12 Gothic No. 9
16,

2 65

No. 5
7

Quads

and Slugs, 13 ems


Long Primer No. 14, with

Ibs.

Ibs.

Brevier No.

14,

with

4
Italic

Italic

52

28
3

Heading, electrotyped
6 yards Sidesticks and 50 Quoins
2 fount S Title No. 4 ...
1

do

do
do
do
do
do

3 90

3 30

250

1 f

$215

10

Boxing and cartage extra.

20 Ibs. Leads

24 00

'.

10

1 set Column and Head Rules, 2


pp
40 Single and 10 Double and Parallel Cross Rules
15 Editorial and 80 Local Dashes

Brevier No. 14, with Italic

Ibs.

10 Ibs.

125

each, 12, 16, 22, Spaces and


6 yards Sidesticks and 50 Quoins
1

News Cases

Job and

42 00

50
1

00

$95

.4

Double Gal'ey
Composing Sticks

3 pairs News Cases


6 Job and 1 Triple Cases
1

do
do

8 Antique Extended No. 3


10 Aldine

10 Gothic Italic No. 3

12 Gothic No. 9

16 No. 5

22 Clarendon Compressed2S (iothic Condensed No. 7

each

12, 16, 22,

Spaces and Quads

4:">

$269

AGENTS PACIFIC COAST,

T~C

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.

JHAND PRESSES
DIMENSIONS AND PRICES.
The celebrity the Washington hand presses have obtained during the past forty years renders any remarks
upon their superiority unnecessary. They are elegant in
appearance, simple, quick and powerful in operation,
facility for the production of superior

and combine every


printing.
No.

Size paper printed.

No. 2
..

j>.. ..

3..

"

Bed.

26x34.

6 col. folio

.... 27x39.

"
.

283^x43.

Platen.

Price.

22x30

.$225 00

23x35.

225 00

f*4'x39.
31x47..

250 00
325 00

Price includes two pairs of points, one wrench, one


and one extra frisket.

pair of bearers,

INKING APPARATUS
FOR HAND PKKSS.
No.

2, for

3,

column
"
"
"

5,

!)

7,

$20 00
20 00

folio

"
"
"

22.50
25 00

Including two cylinders, roller handle, and two roller


cores complete.

CASTING ROLLERS.
$3 00
3 50
4 00

36 ins

40 ins
44 ins
48 ins.

4 50

INK KNIVES.

6 inch blade.
7

9
12

"
"
*'

"
"
"

Pressmans' Friend,"

$0 60
75
1

25

It

It

"

"

2 00

PALMER &

7
o

9
10

inch blade.
it

$1 25
1

"
.

50

1 75

00

REY,

TYPE f OUNDERS / f RESS JVIANUFACTURERS,


405 and 407 SANSOME STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
(80)

"PEERLESS"
POPULAR BECAUSE RELIABLE.
A.

'r

AND PRICES

SIZES
Eighth-Medium, 8x12

in. inside

9x13

11x16"

Half-Medium, 13 x 19

14x20

'

Half-Super-Royal,

$225 Oo

"
"
"

'

"
(Quarter-Medium, 10 x 15

"

chase

25000
30000
35000

chase

in. inside

"

400 00

"
"

14x22

45000
50000

Boxing, S6, $7 and 10.


Ink Fountain, $25.
extra, $15.

Steam Fixtures,
ts>

Freight from Factory to be added/!-*

OLD RELIABLE

GORDON PRESSES.
PRICES IN SAN FRANCISCO.
Small Eighth-Medium 7x11 ins
"
8x12
Large
Quarto-Medium, 10x15

The Sizes quoted are inside of

$175 00
200 00
275 00
cha.se.

All the above presses have a throw-off.

BALTIMORE JOBBER.
PRICE IN SAN FRANCISCO.

MCKEL AND BRIGHT

FINISH, WITH THROW-OFF,


ROLLER-MOLD, THREE CHASES, AND ONE
EXTRA SET OF ROLLER CORES.

NO.

4,

(('has.'

PALMER &

(iS,xt

inches inside,)

$125. OO

REY,

Largest Printers' Supply House on the Pacific Coast,


SAN FRANCISCO
(31)

and

PORTLAND.

f APER eUTTERSKTHE JEWEL.


It is

almost noiseless, and for strength, durability,

power and simplicity


thing we have ever

"JEWEL"

the

of operation,

seen.

it

far surpasses any-

We can cheerfully recommend

Cutter.

THE BEST CHEAP CUTTER EVER MADE.

PRICES ix SAN FRANCISCO:

Wood
Iron

bed, cuts 23 ins


"
" 23 "

$'.5

oo

120 00

Boxing, $5.00.

PEERLESS Ff^ONT LEVER.


The FRONT LEVER "PEERLESS " CUTTER has a long
and powerful lever, which swings down to the left,
in front of the table, giving the requisite power for
the heaviest cuts through the toughest materials. It
is supplied with back and side gages, rules and cross
lines, and the invaluable "PEERLESS" PARALLEL
for cutting labels

GAGE,

and narrow margins.

PRICE IN SAN FRANCISCO:


Cuts 30 inches, square, $200.00

Boxing,

$(5.00.

fEERLESS END LEVER.


The "PEERLESS" END LEVER CUTTER

is

an

The power is given by a lever


elegant machine.
attached by a sliding connection directly to the knifebar, and nmvos with it, producing, with the least
possible friction, an equally distributed and powerful
leverage from the beginning to the end of the cut.

Attached to it is the invaluable " PEERLESS " PARALLEL GAGE, for cutting labels and narrow margins.

PRICE IN SAN FRANCISCO


Cuts 30 inches, square,
Boxing,

FRONT STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.

405-407

PALMER &

REY,

$225 00
$(}.00.

114

FRONT STREET,
PORTLAND, OR-

*f APER CUTTER
The 14-Inch Lever

PARAGON CUTTER.
Cuts

2^ Inches Thickness

of Paper.

Squares 14 Inches.

PRICE,
Weight, 2OO

6O.OO

Boxing, $1.OO

Jbs.

This handy little Cutter will be found very useful in all Job Printing Offices. It will effect a
great saving of time and labor in the cutting of small work, such us labels, bands, circulars,
Avoid the trouble and expense of having the knife of your larger cutter ground so
cards, etc.
often because of the
jobs.

space in the middle of

cutting edge getting dull from use on small


and cut accurately very narrow jobs. It is
and substantial machine, made entirely of iron and steel, and will sustain the welllittle

A very desirable feature is the

a well built

earned reputation

of the

its

ability to gage

Paragon.

PAPER-CUTTER KNIFE GRINDER and SHARPENER.


Horizontal Grinder.

For Grinding

and Sharpening
PAPER-CUTTER KNIVES

Without Removing
Blade from Cutter.
ijl

(Including enough Stones to grind and sharpen)


any blade at least 100 times.

<lO9 KLf\
*&*****+*

Directions strictly followed, every machine warranted to thoroughly and evenly grind and sharpen
paper-cutter and book-trimmer knives, without removal, in from 10 to 20 minutes.

=PALMER &

REY,

Largest Printers' Supply House on the Pacific Coast,


SAN FRANCISCO and PORTLAND.
(33)

'EXCEL>SIOR"
VERTICAL ENGINE.
The following advantages are presented by
the "Excelsior."
It will

do more work with a given amount of fuel than

any other engine.


It will

run at a cost

of

horse power.

TEX CENTS per DAY per

made in San Francisco, and any part can he


duplicated at any time.

It is
It is

recommended by

all

who have used

it.

PRICES:
Engine and boiler complete, boxed on Hoard cars at San Francisco.

Four horse power,


"
"
Five
Eight

"

"

4x(>

oxd
7x8

cylinder
*

"

00
450 00

$:>,75

60000

LAWSON GAS ENGINE.


This engine has fewer working parts, is positive in its
has no springs to be carefully adjusted, has less

action,

friction, requires less attention

but not least, is offered at a


engine in the market.

and cleaning; and

much lower

by simply applying a match, and


power instantly.

It is started

develop

full

Price,

One horse power,

will

...$375 00

"

Two

last

price than any

550 00

One horse power


and jobber.

Two

will easily run a country cylinder


horse power will run one or two cylin-

ders with job presses.

Counter Shafts, Counter Hangers, Cone


Pulleys,

Drop Hangers,

Pulleys, Post

Hangers, Shaftings, Couplings, Belting, &c.


We are

ready to supply, on a moment's notice, the necessary Shaftings, Pulleys and Hangers for running- Printing Machiir
and as we make a specialty of handling all Fixtures connected with a Printing Office, manufacturing all such machinery
in our own shops and guaranteeing whatever we turn out, we hope our customers will give us an opportunity to estimate
when they wish Steam Fixtures for their offices.
ery

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.

PALMER &
(34)

REY,

PORTLAND, OREGON-

STITCHED
BROWN'S
WIRE STAPLING MACHINE.
PATENTED
OCT. 1878

JUNE

1879

From 2 sheets

to

3-8 of an

inch.

PAT. PENDING.
This is the simplest machine made
for the purpose it is intended for,
can be easily understood by any
smart boy, a little common sense
only being necessary.

PRICE,

$30.00
-

Staples/

25c per 1000.

HAWKINS'
To

PALMER &

PRINTERS,

REY,

SOLE AGENTS

ENGINEERS,

FOR

MACHINISTS
AND OWNERS OF

ALT,

THE PACIFIC COAST.

KINDS OF

UPON WHICH

MACHINES

COUNTERS AKE

I'SKD.

This machine is the simplest,


most desirable and reliable, and
the cheapest instrument in the
market, for indicating correctly
the number of movements of

any machine

to

which

it

may

be attached.

PRICE, 12.00

&
DEALERS

IN

PRINTERS'

AND BINDERS' SPECIALTIES,

SAN FRANCISCO
(35)

and

PORTLAND,

THE ELM CITY CARD CUTTER.


The Best Card Cutter
for the

money
ever made.

PRICE,

ENGRAVING TOOLS-PRINTERS'
Consisting of 3 tint tools,

lozenge,

and sharpened ready for use.

$11.00

SET.

gouge and

Very handy

PRICE

1 chisel, handled
in a printing office.

$2.50

SCHUTE BOARD.
This article will be found invaluable in a printing
Mado of hard
office, and comes in constant use.
wood and fitted with iron hand plane.

$5.50

PRICE,

SPONGE HOLDER.
Used by newspaper compositors for
left hand in distributing.

type-laden

of a spiral wire basket,


of the

made

to clasp

resting the
It consists

on the front

lower case, and hold a sponge.

simple

arrangement, easily attached and removed.

PRICE,

(with sponge)

50c.

For Cutting

Narrow Measures
on

Paper- Cu tters.

PRICE,

PEERLESS" PARALLEL GAUGFSAN FRANCISCO, CAL.

PALMER &

REY.

PORTLAND, OREGON.

$8.00.

CIRCULAR SAWS*-

-^SCROLL
SCROLL SAW,

No.

7.

This machine is designed for practical service, and


warranted to be well made and of good material.
The table and arms are of hard maple.
The frame is of cast iron, strong, yet light.
The balance wheel runs on a steel arbor.
The swing around the blade, under the arm is 24 ins.
The length of the blade is 7 inches.
The machine weighs 55 Ibs.

PRICE,

One do/en blades

$22.5O

free with

each machine.

COMBINED

SCROLL and CIRCULAR SAW.


Invaluable in a Poster Printing Office.

Costs

no more than two fonts of large size wood type,


and will make half the wood type and ornaments
used in a Poster Printing Office.

PRICE,
2 circular

and

$47.5O

12 assorted scroll

saws furnished

with each machine.

VELOCIPEDE SCROLL SAW,


No. 2.

WITH BORING ATTACHMENT.


It has about same capacity as the No. 7 Saw,
above, but is preferred by many on account of
the velocipede foot power. Weight, 90 Ibs.
A printer can make all his large wood type
and ornaments with this saw.

PRICE,

$30.

An ingenious printer can save

the price of either of these machines several times over during


the year, and give much better satisfaction to his customers.

WOOD.
at

will not

wood to order for


of T2c. per square foot.

\Ve furnish

an average price

making

large

wood

type, with instructions for iising,


to our instructions the letters

When made according

warp.

PALMEK & HEY,


Street, Saii
(37)

l^i-aiu-isc-o,

C'al.

PRINTING INKS.
We

Deal

and Lithographing

the Line of Printing

in Everything in

Inks,

Varnishes, Bronzes, Etc., Etc.

OF PRICES.^

>LIST

Black, Extra news, $* tt>


"
Job, It) ft
Card or Extra Job.^lb
Pictorial Cnt, $ft.

20

1 00, 1 50,

2 00

25, 30, 40, 50, 75c

and
and

and
3 00, 5 00 and
1 50,
Fine Red
00, 2 50, X 00, 5 00 and
1 50, 2 00, 3 00 and
Scarlet Red
2 00 and
Vermilion
5 00, 7 50, 10 00 and
Cardinal Carmine
Red for Posters
50e, 75c, and
Ultramarine Blue, poster
50c, 75c, and
1 50, 2 50 and
Ultramarine Blue, fine,
:!

00, 5 00

'2

Special Pale Blue


1 00

Bronze Blue
Dark Blue

.200
00

Light Green, for posters


Light Green, flue

50c
1 00,

50

and
and
and
and
and

Emerald Green

Yellow,
Yellow,
Orange Yellow,
Orange Yellow,

2 50

12 00

Purple

50

2 00

250

on.

50

2 00

50c. 75c

and

50, 2

00

50c
1 00, 1 50

50c
1

00, 1

75
2 50
75
2 00
75

1 50

00

100
1

Oil. 1

00,

50

and

50

2 00
2 50

50

and

2 00

8 00

Crimson Carmine

2 00

lt>

and
and
and
and
and
and

50c

for posters
fine

75

3 00

and 5 00
and 075
aud 500

pound,

<jft

for posters

50

00

kegs,

fine

Medium Yellow
White
White Size
Leaf Gold White Si/e
Gold Size
Orange Gold Si/c
Brown and Sienna

00

:>">- lt>

30,40, 50
00, 2 00, 3 00

Per Pound.

for posters
fine

Lemon
Lemon

4 00

75c,

Ink, in

3 00, 3 50

Colored Inks,

10 00

News

excellent

Dark Green,
Dark Green,

10 00

... 1 00, 1 50,

2400

- 00
1

07.

00

and

Varnish Nos. aud 1 per pound


Varnish, Copal Flock, per pound
Black, per

Lithographic

An

00

10 00

Light Blue

Carmine,

5 00
1

Cut, fMI>.

Book, ^tt)
Diagram, ^K>

Per I'ound.

Colored Inks,

Crimson Lake
Lake

Wood

Black,

lOOaud 150

75c,

lb.,

200

1'urplc,

2 00, 2 50, 3,50

and

50c, 1 CO

<>/

and

50

Lithographic Colored at fair prices.


80
60 to
Lithographic Varnish, per pound,
Ink of any manufacture furnished on special order

o 50
1

'-[*

50

4 00

QUADS AND SPACES,


For Job Fonts.

Put up

in

Uniform Packages of from One


Pounds Each.

IVr Font.

Nonpareil

75

Minion

70

Brevier

65

Bourgeois

60

Long Primer

55

Small Pica

55

Pica

55

English
Columbian..

100

.140

1 00

Paragon
Double Small Pica
Double Pica
Double English
Double Columbian
Double Great Primer
Double Paragon

1 00

00

Canon

00

00

Four Line Pica.

VARNISHES,

00

00

1 00
1 00
i

00

REY,

AND DEALERS
(38)

Two

Great Primer

PALMER &
TYPE-FOUNDERS

to

IN

ETC.

PRINTING INKS,

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.
BLANKETS, FELT.

The Camobell Country Power

PALMER

&

REY,

SAN FRANCISCO
(40)

AND

PORTLAND

Press.

(gjhe

^mproved (Country

Campbell
OVER

Power
2,000

Press.

USE.

IN

Accuracy,

Simplicity,

Durability,

Absolute Register,
ARE COMBINED

Perfect Distribution.
IN

THE CAMPHEU. COUNTRY.

They always give Complete

//

is

the Easiest Press to run by

Satisfaction.

Hand Power.

It Requires Less Attention


BUY A FIRST-CLASS CYLINDER,

SIZES
UUULU.

AND

PKICES.

IF

than other makes.

YOU BUY AT ALL.

N. K.

COTTRELL'S
?--<fl

PATENT AIR SPRING

;.

engraving on this page

is

an excellent

illustration of

KS* --

our PATENT AIR-SPRING COUNTRY PRESS, and

will doubtless in

terest this important branch of the trade, because of its decided improvements of construction over all others in the
market. The superiority of the Air Spring is so universally understood that but little may be said, except to remind the

reader of

main

known

that THE FASTER THE SPEED THE GREATER THE STRENGTH OF SPRING DEMANDED

and
cannot be properly controlled in the various rates of speed at which any single
press may be run on different qualities of work. The Air Spring, however from its very nature covers this requirement;
as, if the press is running at five hundred per hour, the power of spring proper for that speed is supplied; and if run at a
thousand the PROPORTIONATE INCREASE of power is imparted and so on up to the highest speed of which the press is capable.
In addition, when the press is at rest and a form being made ready, by a simple appliance, as the
pressman handles the machine,
he can move the bed to and fro with the same freedom as if there were no springs in its construction.
By our patented HINGED ROLLER FRAME, the form rollers are instantly uncovered for removal or other purpose which,
its

It is

peculiarity.

the difficulty with the wire spring

is,

that

it

when

replaced, keeps rollers and distributors in their several places undisturbed in their adjustable bearings. The rack, cam
and vibrator combination of distribution is applied to this press; but, when preferred, we supply the table and vibrator dis-

tribution instead.
tion is

ample

They

are applicable to

two three-inch

all

the classes of presswork called for in the country printing office. The distribuform the well fountain is easily cleaned, and is of such construction as to

rollers covering a full

yield the ink to the last scruple the steel shoes, tracks and rollers give general satisfaction and we place on the girt, right
under the point of impression, two wheels, which operate in adjustable boxes in concert with two additional steel tracks immediately over them. The support to the impression is complete, and "spring" of bed impossible. The gearing is accurately
cut, and the register-rack and segment on bed and cylinder leave nothing to be desired for the security of register. The whole
machine is substantially built is simple in construction runs easy by hand power can be set up and run by any printer;
and, by the aid of our Air Spring, will run ONE THIRD FASTER than any other Country Press.
;

We

furnish plain printed directions for putting

SIZE

AND

Size of Bed, inside bearers, 31


Steam Fixtures, extra

tip these Presses.

PRICE:
inches ............. $1,100

50

ff Driving Wheel,

Blanket, Wrenches, Roller Moulds and


extra Roller Stocks included in the price.

fS" Above

The

PRIZE

prices are subject to Freight from the factory.

NEW Cottrel Press has taken the FIRST


NEW ORLEANS EXPOSITION.

at the

Manufactured by C. B. COTTRELL

&

Co.,

N. Y.

43TFor descriptions and illustrations of our STOP-CYLINDER and TWO-REVOLUTION PRESSES, send for our complete Illustra
ted Catalogue. All machinery shipped from our
Manufactory, Westerly, R. I.

SOLE AGENTS FOR PACIFIC COAST,

Sansome St.,
F ram-si,
San Irancsico,

405-7

fal.
Cal.,

'PAT
A /^.

l_y

1\/T

iVl

T7
H, JV
(42)

llLM4 Front St ->

(AL

Portland, Or.

IJElLf

SOMETHING EVEF^Y fRIJMTER


ri^HE

JMEEDS.

by a notched strip attached to the back. The stick is set by means


"
small
dog which projects from the back of the knee. The dog is operated by means
The pin
of a pin, the head of which projects a little above the upper surface of the knee at A.
and dog are held by means of a concealed spring. By a slight pressure upon the pin the " dog "
is crowded down into the longitudinal slot below the notches, so that the knee can be slipped
along in either direction.
In setting the stick, release the clamp, and throw it over far enough so that the lip on the end
The numbers at the outeredge
of the clamp presses down upon the pin and disengages the dog.
of the stick facilitate its adjustment.
When the right point is reached release the pin, press the
clamp down, and the stick is set.
Please observe that this device not only fixes the gauge of the stick to a pica standard, but
it
supplements the clamp as a means of securing the knee perfectly in position so effectively that
the slightest endwise motion is impossible. Drop the stick upon the floor, play foot-ball with it,
fire it at a tramp, put it to any use you please which does not tear it in pieces; it turns up smiling, and cannot be put out of countenance.
The gauge of these sticks is made accurate with Johnson's standard, with the thickness of a
sheet of paper added.
picas are;< determined

of a

.A.

Reasons why the Pica Standard Stick

is

indispensable to every thorough Printer.

Because it can be accurately set without a standard. Every stick is warranted to agree with the uniform
standard (Johnson) recently adopted by all the leading type-founders of thi.s country.
2.
Because when once set it cannot be changed in the slightest degree by too tight justification, by being
dropped upon the floor, or by any other accident.
3.
Because of the facility with which the measure may be changed, without the trouble of hunting up a
1.

standard or setting up a line of quads.


4.
Because by the nse of this stick a vast amount of vexation and expense arising from variations in sticks
will be saved. This item alone will pay for an outfit of these sticks in any office the first six months of their use.
5.
Because as a job stick it will save time enough to pay for itself in a month in any office that has job work
to keep a stick in use.
THIS STICK CAN BE SET TO BASTARD MEASURES.
If you want to give yourself a real luxury, treit yourself to something that will make you happy every time
you look at it, will make the rest of the boys envious, and will keep the foreman in the best of humor, buy one

enough

of these sticks.

Our sticks and

cutters are handled

by

all

the leading printers' supply houses.

PRICES FOR PICA STANDARD STICKS.


6 inch, 2 Vo inches deep,
"
8

$2.25
2.50

10 inches, 2V inches deep,


ll
<(~
II
(l
o

-i

Nickle plated, 25 to 50 cents extra, according to

PALMER &

$3.75
3.00

size.

KEY,

Type Founders and Manufacturers of Presses and Printing Material,

SAN FRANCISCO AND PORTLAND.


(4:-!)

44

OLD RELIABLE."

PALMBR & RKY,


407 Sansome

4-05 and

PRICE

Size
Inside Chase.

Eighth Medium.

.8

12.

Street,

San Francisco,

Cal.

Delivered on board cars or in San Francisco.


With
Throw-off.

Size
Inside Chase.

..$200.00. .$5

00

With
Throw-off.

Boxing

Quarter Medium. .10x15. .$3OO.OO

$6.00

Box'ng.

Steam Fixtures, overhead, $15. Three Chases, Wrenches, Roller Mold, Brayer and
two sets of Roller Stocks, will be furnished with each press.

CAUTION

Be sure and

get the

PALMER & REY


(44)

" Old
Reliable," and take none other.

THE "FAVORITE."
This Paper Cutter
It is strong,

cutting.
steel.

is

intended for a good low-priced machine, and

heavy, substantial

The hand-lever swings

to the left in

is

suited for all ordinary

works accurately and with ease. Is all iron and


front of the table. It has lines on the table, front

and back, also extra gauges. Cuts 30 inches.

PRICE,

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delivered on board cars


in

San Francisco,

$175.OO

Boxing, $5.OO extra.

Manufactured by

PALMER &
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REY, San Francisco,

Cal.

A TRIAL OF THE

Baltimore

Jobber

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Will Clearly
Substantiate

Especial Points
of Excellence

THE EASIEST RUNNING PRESS MAI>K:


AS STRONG AS ANY PRESS MADE
IT is THE MOST DURABLE PRESS MADE
IT WILL DO AS GOOD WORK AS ANY PRESS MADE;
IT WILL TAKE LESS TO KEEP IT IN REPAIR THAN ANY PRESS MADE;
Fifth
Sixth (LAST BUT NOT LEAST)
IT COSTS LESS THAN ANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS PRESS MADE
First

Second
Third
Fourth

\\~

IT

is

is

All Size Presses,

Type and

Printers' Supplies.

CATALOGUE FREE.

-F.

W.

DORMAN,

21 German

BALTIMORE, MD.

Street,

SOLE AGENTS FOR PACIFIC COAST,


405-7

Sansome St.,
San Francisco, Cal.

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FOLLOWING ADVANTAGES ARE PRESENTED


nv THE "EXCELSIOR" OVER ALL OTHERS IN THE MARKET:

The "Excelsior"
The "Excelsior"
The " Excelsior"
The " Excelsior "

will

do more work with a given amount of

will

run at a cost of

is
is

made in San Francisco, and any part can be


recommended by all who have used it.

READ
UNNECESSARY

than any other engine.


duplicated at anytime.

THIS.

to argue with that portion of the public interested in the use of steam
simple a small engine is made, the better it will answer the purpose

for

IS
power, that the more
being attended to by parties

in

the market are built so that

IT

fuel

TEN CENTS PER DAY PER HORSE POWER.

who

are not engineers or machinists. Most of the small engines


an impossibility for any one that is not an engineer to run

it is

In some cases, it requires more than one engineer to keep them together and working.
"
"
not the case with the Excelsior Engine. Every engine is guaranteed for the term of
one year. They are furnished with wrought-iron Cranks and patent Judson Governor.

them.

This

is

PRICES,
Foui -horse power,
"

Five-

"

"

Eight-

The

4x6
5x6

011

board cars in San Francisco:

cylinder, engine
"

7x8"

"

" Excelsior " is the Best

PALMER &

REY,

and

boiler, complete,

boxed
"

"

"

"

'

and Cheapest Engine

in the

Market

Sole Agents for Pacific Coast,

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. and PORTLAND, OR.


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$375

450
600

INDEX TO PRI6E
Annex Type Boxes

Back Saws

2
2
39
2
39
39
39
27

Bellows
Belting

Benzine Brushes
"

Cans
Rubber

Blankets,

Felt
Blocking Press

Bodkins
Book Stands

IB
15
39
3
15

Bookbinders' Cabinets

Books
Brackets
Bracket Cabinet
Brass Galleys
Brass Rules
Brass Take Slugs
Brass Leaders
Bronzes
Bronzing Pads
Brushes
Cabinets

Campbell Presses
Card Cutters
Cases
(

'use

'ast

Brackets
Iron Chases

Chases

Racks
( 'ircular Saws

11

25
7

24
39
2
2
14 15
40 41
36
12 13
3
10
10
19
37

Closing Spring Bodkin


Composition, Elastic
Composition Kettles

27
9
2
Composing Rules
6
Sticks
Composing
"
"
Standard 43
23
Cornel Quads
42
Cottrell Presses
34
Counter Shafts
4 35
Counting Machines
25
Cross Rules
39
Cutting Sticks
26
Curving Machine
Cutting & Mitering Machine 26
36
Cutters, Card
32
Paper
25
Dashes, Brass
15
Eagle Cabinets
Elastic Composition
27
Electro Take Slug
7
39
Electrotype Cuts
39
Electrotyping
Elm City Card Cutter
36
34
Engines
36
Engraving Tools
Eureka Galley Bracket .... 3
34
Excelsior Engines
5
Feed Guides

Hand
Hand

bIST.

Pressman's Friend
Printers' Cases
4 Printers' Knife

Presses
Press Rollers

Hempel's Quoins

How to lay a pair of cases.


How to order a Roller
Stones
Imposing
"
"
with table

Inks, printing
"
lithographic

and Roller Cabinets.

...

Slabs
Inking apparatus
Iron Brackets
Jewel Cutter

Job Office Specialties


Job Presses
"

30

Vice
Printing-inks
Proof Planer
...
"
20
Presses
"
Roller
38
38 Quotation Furniture Rack.
30 Quoins
4 Quads and Spaces
9 Racks, Rule
"
3!)
Furniture
"
30
Quotation
3
Lead
"
32
Chase

26
38
2
28
4

18 19
31

Baltimore Jobber

Gordon

31
31

Peerless

31

Job Stands
Knives
Label Holders

1(5

Lacing

39

2
2

Lamp Holder

Lawson Gas Engine


Labor-Saving Slugs
Lead Distributing Galley.
Lead and Rule Cutter
Leads and Slugs, labor sav.

34
23
18
26

Lithographic Inks

Giant Lead and Rule


26
Cutter

Little

Mailing Material

Make-up Stands

OilCans

Press

Page Cord
Jewel
Paper Cutter,
"
Paragon
"
"

Felts
Rules, Brass
" Column
" Head
" Dash
" Cross
Runners for job stands, ad19
justable

2
37
37
36
5
34
19

Circular
Scroll

Schute Board
Sheet Supporters
Shafting, etc

Shelves for wood type


Shooting Sticks
Side and Foot Sticks
21 Slugs, Foot
18 Spaces and Quads
"
1
Labor-saving

Gordon Job

Outfit Estimates.

3
9
9
39
25
25
25
25
25

2
6
2

Mallets
22
Metal Furniture
Miscellaneous articles
39
Mitering Machine. ...... 4 26
21
Mustang Mailer
16
News Stands
29
Office Estimate

31
29
39
32
33

18
39
38
17
17
18
17
19
39
5
8

Molds

"
"

Lead Racks

Lye Brushes
Mahogany Job Sticks
Make-up Rules

Reglet
Registering Apparatus
Rollers
Roller Brackets
Roller Composition

Saws

ing fonts

Old Reliable

12
2

13
8
20

Ink Knives
"
Fountain
"
"

30
8

Sponge Holder
Specialties, Job Office
Spring Bodkins
Stands Job Compositors'
"

Make up
News

Stapling Machine
Steam Fixtures
' '

Engines

Steel Quoins
Stereotype Outfits
Sticks,

Composing
"

39
23
23
23
36
19
1

16
18
16
35
34
34
4
39
6
Standard 43
.

7
John Take Slugs
20
Stones, Imposing
"
"
with table 20
2
27
36 Tablet Presses
7
32 Take Slugs
7
Figured Slugs
39
4 Tapes
Foot Slugs
23
13
31 Two-third Cases
Furniture Racks
17
"
"
1
18 Perforating Rule
24 Tweezers
Quotation.
2
24 Type Gauge
11 Perforator, Carruth's
Galleys
"
39
Measures
11 Pioneer Press
Cabinets
29
Galley
"
"
39
Wash and Lye
2
Brackets
3 Planers
"
30
1 Washington Hand Press
Lead Distributing. .. 18 Pocket Case Bodkins
35
3 Points for Hand Presses .... 39 Wire Stitcher
Galley Racks
....
6
34 Presses Baltimore Jobber. 31 Wood Composing Sticks
Gas Engines
"
11
41
Parallel Peerless. ... 36
Galleys
Gauge,
Campbell.
" Furniture
" Pins
39
Gordon
31
5
39
Old Reliable
44 Wood Type
2
Gauge Buttons
"
15
Cabinet
28
Gordon Job Press
31
Pioneer
19
Shelves
Peerless
31
Grinder, Paper Cutter Knife 33

Favorite
" Knife
Sharpener
Knife
Parallel Gauge Peerless ...
Peerless Cutters
"
Ink Fountain
"
Job Press

"
"

45
33

St.

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