Harper's Weekly 03/18/1876


THE TYPE-WRITER,

THE TYPE-WRITER,


A Machine to supersede the pen for all kinds of writing
except book-keeping. It writes from 60 to 100 words
a minute, in plain print. A child can understand and
learn to use it. It is as simple as a sewing-machine,
and not likely to get out of order. It is invaluable to
Clergymen, Lawyers (it manifolds as many as 20 cop-
ies), all business men, and private families. Full par-
ticulars furnished, and the Machine in operation, at
our show-rooms. More than 2000 now in operation.
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LOCKE, YOST, & BATES, 707 Broadway, N. Y.


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