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PRINTING INKS

THE BEST THEN

1816 GEO. MATHER

In Continuous
Operation

THE BEST NOW

1896 GEO. MATHER'S SONS

MANUFACTURED FOR EVERY KNOWN PROCESS OF PRINTING

ALL GRADES AT MODERN PRICES

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Constructed on entirely new and scientific principles. Gives perfectly steady light, teeds regularly and uniformly at any angle. Light may be varied at will. Adjustments few, positive and easily managed. In constant use by New York Herald. New York World, Gill Engraving Company, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Craske Photo-Engraving Company and many other large establishments throughout the country.

DECIDEDLY THE BEST FOCUSING LAMP MADE

Manufacturers of Electric Focusing Lamps for various purposes, Stereopticons, Scientific Attachments, Theater Stage Lighting, Accessories, Etc. Catalogues on application. Write us for further information, stating the form, voltage, etc., of electric current available.

J. B. COLT & CO., 115-117 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK, N. Y. When you write, please mention this Journal.

Casemaking and Embossing for the Trade W. B. CONKEY PRINTERS, PUBLISHERS

AND BINDERS... BINDCOMPANY

ERS OF MAGAZINES ...

and PORTFOLIO PARTS SEND FOR QUOTATIONS

A SPECIALTY

Nos. 341 to 351 Dearborn Street, CHICAGO

ENGRAVING BY ALL METHODS

SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT

Indiana 3
Illustrating
Company

Absolute Safe against
Fire and Burglar; finest and only
vault of the kind in the State.
Policeman day and night on guard.
Designed for the safe keeping of
Money, Bonds, Wills, Deeds,
Abstracts, Silver Plate, Jewels
and Valuable Trunks and
Packages, Etc.

Illinois and Market Streets, Indianapolis S. A. FLETCHER & COMPANY

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JOHN S. TARKINGTON, Mgr.

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Supplies a quick, complete and reliable Wire News Report to a large number of papers throughout the country. If you use a telegraph report, it will pay you to write us for rates. Each subscriber becomes a full member on the ground floor and it is the only prosperous News Association.

WM. S. BREWER, General Manager, No. 32 Park Row, New York City.

When you write, please mention this Journal.

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We are prepared to supply binders for The Typographical Journal which holds twentyfour numbers of the paper, or a complete volume. These covers are substantially made of cloth, under the pat

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Binder Company, of

Boston, with all steel strips. On the front cover is neatly stamped, “The Typographical Journal.” They are just the thing for preserving your numbers until ready to have them permanently bound at the end of the volume. Price, post-paid to any address in the United States or Canada, 75 cents.

The Typographical Journal, Indianapolis, Ind.

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HANG OUT OUR BANNERS

OUTWARD WALLS

The button is a great favorite with labor organizations, and to wear them has become an almost universal practice with the leading trades. The Executive Council has prepared a suitable button to be worn by individual members of the International Typographical Union.

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To craftsmen, out of work, it might be an inducement to canvass for its sale, and to such a reasonable reduction in price will be made when ordering twenty-five or more. Single button, ten cents, sent post-paid on receipt of price. Address

A. G. WINES, Secretary-Treasurer, Indianapolis, Ind.

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Parliamentary
Rules of Order

Every member of every Lodge, every member of every Club, every well-informed man or woman OUGHT TO KNOW, not only a few points named above, but should have a clear understanding of Parliamentary Rules and Practice to enable them, as Presiding Officers, to conduct meetings with profit to the members and credit to themselves; As Members to understand the measures presented by others, to present their own measures in an effective way and to avoid the mortification of moving out of order. Price, 10 cents per copy; one dollar per dozen; five dollars per hundred. Address

SAM. L. LEFFINGWELL, Indianapolis, Ind.

Kept in supply by the International Typographical Union and the American Federation of Labor.

Deutsch-Amerikanische
Buchdrucker-Zeitung

(GERMAN-AMERICAN PRINTERS' GAZETTE)

Official Journal of the German-American Printers' Union
Published semi-monthly at room 7 De Soto Block, Indian-
apolis, Indiana. The only printers' paper in the United States
published in the German language. Every German-speak-
ing printer should read this paper.

HUGO MILLER, Editor.

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