The Texas Almanac for 1870, and Emigrant's Guide to Texas Page: 285
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NEW-YOIK ADVERTISEMENTS. 285
SOUTHERN CARRIAGE REPOS TORY,
eiarest, s edru & .
(Successors to the Tomlinson-Demarest Company)
arria[a an Wa9II Iaors for Ih a 11
No. 628 Broadway, ew -York.
We manufacture expressly for the Texas trade, the Concord Top and
No-Top Buggies; End Spring Top and No-Top Buggies; four and six seat
Rockaways, Hack Wagons, and all other styles of fine Carriages. We also
manufacture the celebrated Plantation Wagon, known as the Woodruff
Wagon, the best wagon in America for Plantation work. Catalogues and
Price-Lists furnished by mail. All ordes will receive prompt attention, and
are warranted to give satisfaction.
WILLIAMi L. McDONALD, formerly of the Southern Carriage Repository,
is associated with our Firm, and solicits the patronage-of his friends in Texas.
DEMAREST, WOODRUFF & CO.,
628 Broadway, New-York.
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The Texas Almanac for 1870, and Emigrant's Guide to Texas, book, January 1870; Galveston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth123775/m1/287/: accessed November 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.