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THE history of the Remington shows a steadily rising tide

of popularity and success. It is absolutely unrivaled for all the essential qualities of a first-class writing machine.

1867. First invention of the Typewriter now known as the Remington

Standard. A few machines were made by hand during this and the following years.

1873. The repeated experiments of the Inventors having somewhat

improved upon the first crude attempts, it was brought to the Remington factory at Ilion, N. Y.

1874. After more than a year of painstaking labor on the part of many

able mechanical experts, the first Remington-made machines were put upon the market.

1880. Six years after, only one thousand machines had been sold. The

public were slow to realize the value of the invention.

1882. The number has increased to twenty-three hundred machines.

1885. Five thousand machines were sold this year. It grew in popular

favor. In

1890, Sales had risen to twenty thousand machines per annum.

1892 Finds our standing orders to our factory of one-hundred machines

per day inadequate to meet the rapidly increasing demand.

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A copy of the New York Central's Illustrated Tourist Guide, “HEALTH AND PLEASURE ON AMERICA'S GREATEST RAILROAD,” will be mailed free, postpaid, on receipt of ten cents in stamps, by GEORGE H. DANIELS, General Passenger Agent,

Grand Central Station, NEW YORK.

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THE MAGAZINE OF POETRY.

CONTENTS FOR OCTOBER, 1893.

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CAROLINE ELIZABETH NORTON

With portrait drawn by Edwin Landseer, R. A. SAM WALTER FOSS. .

With portrait. “BIRCH ARNOLD."

With portait by Holcombe & Metzen, Detroit, Mich. HELEN HINSDALE RICH ..

With portrait by Scott, Chicago, Ill. CLARA DOTY BATES .

With portrait by Morse, Chicago, Ill. ELLEN PALMER ALLERTON

With portrait by Evans, Hiawatha, Kan.
JOHN RUSKIN

With portrait.
MARY ELIZABETH BLAKE
EMMA LAZARUS .

With portrait.
ELIZABETH STUART PHELPS WARD .

With portrait.
DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI
EVA KATHRINE CLAPP

With portrait by Atelier Scheurich, Berlin.
MARY R. P. HATCH..

With portrait by P, Haseltine, Lancaster, N. H.
WILFRID SCAWEN BLUNT

With portrait.
HATTIE LE NARD WRIGHT .

With portrait.
GEORGE CARLTON RHODERICK, Jr.

With portrait.
MARION DALANA DANIEL . .

With portrait.
EDWARD SHERWOOD CREAMER
JULIA WARD HOWE

With portrait.
SINGLE POEMS
CURRENT POEMS
INDEXES.

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TERMS.-$2.00 a year in advance; so cents a number. Foreign, nine shillings. Booksellers and Postmasters receive subscrip tions. Subscribers may remit by post-office or express money orders, draft on New York, or registered letters. Money in letters is at sender's risk. Terms to clubs and canvassers on application. Magazines will be sent to subscribers until ordered discontinued. Back numbers exchanged, if in good condition, for corresponding bound volumes in half morocco, elegant, gilt, gilt top, for $1.00, subscribers paying charges both ways. Postage on bound volume, 35 cents. All numbers sent for binding should be marked with owner's name. We cannot bind or exchange copies the edges of which have been trimmed by machine. Address all communications to CHARLES WELLS MOULTON, Publisher,

Buffalo, N. Y. Copyright, 1893, by Charles Wells Moulton. Entered at Buffalo Post-Office as Second-Class Mail Matter.

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