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UP IN THE HILLS OF THE BOROUGH OF THE BRONX
Woodlawn is one of the most noted American Cemeteries. It is the last resting place of many distinguished people, and no cemetery is better appointed. Lots are to be had for
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AE EVERGREENS CEMETERY is situated in the Counties of Kings and Queens, and
contains 300 acres. Its main entrance is on Bushwick Avenue and Conway Street, Brooklyn, at the focus of all the principal lines of travel, and conveniently accessible from the most widely remote parts of Brooklyn and New York. Notwithstanding these
unequaled facilities of access, the location is appropriately secluded from the noise and bustle of the great world of life, whose surges break into silence at its borders. Its grounds are absolutely unequaled in their fitness for a necropolis. Nature has endowed the spot with varied and picturesque sylvan beauties and a charming diversity of landscape Magnificent woodland vistas and reaches of mossy emerald sward loom up in panoramic surprises as the visitor rambles over the knolls and slopes, across the dells and plains, and by the margin of the lakelets that here abound. From the terraces of the cemetery and from the summits of its higher hills the prospect embraces the great cities with their manifold engineering and architectural wonders, and in sedate or poetic contrast hamlets nestling amid their rural charms, visions of bays dotted with slumbering islands, and, southward yet, the majestic main, bearing the nation's commerce on its breast. To these admirable natural advantages are to be added the elaborate adornments of art which unstinted outlay on the part of the Trustees has supplied and is continually supplying, and which arike in costly cenotaphs, shrines, and monuments, erected as tributes to the memory of the dead.
Purchasers of lots desiring time for payment will be accommodated.
OFFICE IN THE CEMETERY GROUNDS
Main Entrance, Bushwick Avenue and Conway Street Tolophone, 18 East Now York CHARLES PFEIFFER, Superintendent
Which in future will make the printing plates for The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, has now been adopted by the leading newspapers throughout the United States, Great Britain and France, and soon will entirely displace the hand method of stereotype plate making in cities.
It has demonstrated its ability to make a dual saving in Three Departments of a newspaper-the stereotype room, the pressroom, the mail roomin each a saving of money and in the whole a saving of time.
The same effect in economy cannot be got by adding composing machines or by adding presses, nor in any other way. To add a press means to increase running expense ; while to add an Autoplate Machine means to reduce running expense and gain a press. The machine vitalizes the press time that is now lost in waiting for plates, and it is this particular time, not to be saved in any other way, that is most worth saving. And autoplates are better plates.
We refer to The New York Herald, The New York World, Tho Chicago Tribune, The Boston Post, Boston Globe and Philadelphia Bulletin, whose plants, of the many ordered, are now in operation.
- To meet almost any requirement, from Newspaper Perfecting Machines, printing at the rate of 96,000 papers per hour, down to the Washington Hand Press. Also, Printers', Lithographers', Stereotypers' and Electrotypers' Materials so yo
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For efficiency and perfection of construction our machinery will bear the closest inspection. Taking these qualities into consideration, it will be found cheaper than any other so you
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