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THE CATTLE SHOW AT THE
The exhibit of cattle at the In
ternational Cotton Exposition nos
in prcgress at Atlanta, Ga., ba
seldom been surpassed in the qual
ity of the exhibit as a whole, or ir
the eaellence of the individual ani
mala which took some of the prizea
The Short Horn herds exhibited
by Mears. J. R. Anderson, of An
dereon's, Ohio, and Geo. W. Pal
tmer, of Salt vie, Virginia, wer
superb. The head of Mr. Ander
eon's herd weighed 2,670 pounds
and tat of Mr. Palmer's herd, i
younger animal, weighed 2,00(
po The objects had prou
in view in the breeding o
the two herds were conspicuous1
prminat in the cbaracteristice o
t animals. Mr. Anderson's heri
had beow bred with an eye almosi
singlo to the protion of beef
while- Mr. Palmer had - sought I
anmaainof beef and milk pro
ductioi&: Mr. Anderson's cattl+
had evidently received more specis
prearation aS show animals, an(
ee as sach were over-fat as stoal
animabn We hardly think a breed
er of tho skili shown in the qual
ity of Mr Anderon's herd woul
pref o-,breed from animals is
hmpered oditio Of thei
A bof e herd exhibited
yet he showed that he knew hor
to eag the eye of the averag,
observer, and we doubt not, attrac
tatuf ts beet ugs His her<
doles him credit as a skillfnl breede
o e$gHorns and anepren<
ebibor~for few men can eliminati
thealma of fat in their judg
metof animals of any kind, evel
qualides on whieh they are callet
u $opass. The15xposition was
fnansan ia having as judges ii
evrass ofM ttle, m en of e
perienee and character, men wh4
tbooughily inderstood their busi
ness. The awards were made witi
the' best indgment and the mosl
even-baaded justie.s Mr. Ander
son took the prise of $850on hi
Short Horn herd, that for the bes
- bdR y age and thbet hifer
M.almer took the prize for th<
best enw over three years,'th<
best ball between two and foul
years, and the -best cow of ana
-Mr: P. J. Whitmore, of Troy
Ohio, exhibited a superb herd of
Devon cattle, and captured the
herdpiz of $250, and-two othei
Mr. Ed. D. Hick, of Nashville
Tenn., who .rhibited a herd, and
MrL Palemer, of Saltville, Va., whc
competed for the individual prises,
aividea: the latter with Mr. White
more. The exhibit of Devons waE
seg fine, both in numbers and
quzality- Mr Whitmore's herd es
pecially gave evidence of very skill
fuT breeding. This was exhibited
in. the uniformity of the type of hii
animals and in the fn1l develop
ment of the characteristic points of
Individuals in the other herdi
possssedparticular points of ex
nellencea superior to those of Mr
Whitmiore's caWge, but the tout ex
semnble of Mr. ,W.'s herd was aim
ply superb. Tigre is no herd o
animals in which the characteristic
pon- which distinguish then are
so fixed aid permanent as the
Devor.s. They have been bred
pure as far back as we have an3
athentic history, and hence have ir
a degree not pa ndby any othea
their type upon their offspring ever
when bred to the most insignifi
Jerseys were well represented ii
the herds of Messrs. 3. B. Wade ani
R. ters, Atlanta Ga., and G. W
Palmer, Saltville, Va.
Mr. Wade's herd was simply su
perb, and Ws awarded the hern
premium of $250. Besides this h<
took four individual premiumi
amountgng in all to $460.
Mr. Wade has the honor of own
ing a Jersey cow, Tenella, whici
has made the best score on record
either in Europe or America, as tc
-quantity of milk. The largest yieli
ofmmlb Je.Trsev cow until Ten
the record. We look with much in
terest to the report of the yield of
batter from this cow. It has not (
yet been tested, but judging from
her points of excellence we expect! (
her to eclipse Eurolas. The awards I
I were made on Thursday. On (
Friday the stock was paraded
around the old race-track, which (
surrounds the main building, and
stopped in front for some minutes (
for the inspection of visitors. Here
arranged in a line fronting the em- (
bankment they presented a beauti
ful sight, which was witnessed and (
admired by hundreds of visitors.
It was admitted on all hands to be 4
a superb cattle show, and one
I worthy of any locality and any oc
i There are 268,830 pensioners in
the United States.
The number of ordinary postage
stamps issued in 1881 was 954,128,
Gen. Moise, of Sumter, had a
hog killed, recently, which weighed
966 pounds gross.
Marvin, the multitudinously mar
ried, is making shoes in the Vir
I ginia Penitentiary.
Miss Annie Louise Cary is cred
ited with the possession of $450,
6 000, all earned by singing.
The Courier-Journal says the 4
Louisville ladies trim their bon-.
I nets on the congregation side.
Fifteen hundred additional spin
dles have recently been ordered for
the Rock Hill Cotton Factory.
Sarony, of New York, has paid
Patti $1,000 for the exclusive right
to photograph her in this country.
Between nine and ten millions
of the Moody and Sankey Gospel
Hymns had been sold up to July 1,
The total number of emigrants
from Germany to the United States
from January 1 to October 31,
S1881, is 114,789.
Sen. Anthony sent every mem
Sber of the United States Senate, as
iwell as every living ox-member of
that body, a Thanks-giving tur
'Van Amburg's circus and menag
erie was sold at auction in Duchess
SCo., N. Y., the other day. An
elephant brought $7,100, a camel
S$625, and a rhinoceros $2,400.
SMr. Comly, who was sent to the
Hawaiian Islands for the benefit of
'his health by Mr. Hayes, four years
ago, desires another term. The
salary is $7,500, and the duties con
sist in receipting for it.
Pree. Garfield's memory is to be
honored in London by the found
ing of a Home for Working Girls,
to be called 'Garfield House." A
lady has given $1,250 to a comn
mittee for this purpose.
Mr. Salter, a stone mason, of
Sherwood, Quebec, flew into a pas
sion because something was lack
ing on his table, went to a restau
rant for his supper, ard choked to
death on a piece of beef-steak.
Mr. B. H. Greer, of Anderson
County, has a cow from which he
sold between January 20 and No
vember 4 of this year, 173k pounds
of butter, in addition to furnishing
all that was necessary for home1
The total population of the Uni
ted States as finally determined by
the last census is 50,155,783,- an
increase since 1870, of about 30]
per cent. So far the census has
cost $3,860,068, and $540,000 will
be required to complete the work.
In the case of Edward Maxwell, '
who was dragged out of a court
room by lynchers at Durand Wis.,2
the noose killing him before the
mob got him to a tree, a Coroner's
jury has declared that he 'fell from
the court house steps and broke his
The Carolina Spartan is bitterly
opposed to the re-opening of the
Citadel and Arsenal. It says: "It
will be less expensive to create
about nineteen hundred more brig
Iadiers and colonels. That is
Sabout as much of the military as
the State now needs."
The Mayor of Richmond, Va.,
has vetoed an ordinance for coin
Ipulsory vaccination, the penalty be
ing $5. His objection to the ordi
Snance is that the provision for free I
vaccination is such that laboring
men and women would be forced to%3
loeadys ao nore ob
A heavy rain storm prevailed at
the time appointed for Frank Well's
marriage, at Crawfordville, Ind.,
)LOTHING. FALL AND
With the Largest a
)LOTHING.0 L 0 T
LOTHING. ENT FURN
LOTHING. To Be Found i
LOTHI NG. To all of which h
JLOTHING.M bs K
Sep. 28, 39-tf.
Has employed a Cut
mce in his CUSTOM
Fall, who will, with h,
ylish cut of his garn
e most fastidious.
AN lly EGAl?
FOREIGN AND DOl
SUITS, $25 AlN
Aug. 24, 34-tf.
APPLES. ORANGES. BANANAS.
A full supplylofgoods in seson alway on h
BT Prompt attention given to orders.
0 . B.AR '
i, 57Z & 59 Market Street, - -
Oct. 5, 40-6m.
There is now in Stock at
Shiver's Corner, i
A Full, Fresh and
D RY 0
Ladies', Men's and
These goods were purchased under favoi
re OFFERED AT FAIR AND POPULAR PJ
May 11, 19-tf'.
The above question is being asked
newer it fairly, use
We will place it on cars or boat
$25 PER TON
BAUGH & SONS, Sole
20 South Dela,
103 South Stree
Dec. 15, 50-3t.
HE COTTAGE HEARTH,
ablished Et Boston. An 1Instrated Maga
ne of' Home Arts and Home Culture. Con
ains more reading of PEACTICAL DOMESTIC
VORTH and PoSITivs HOME INTREST
han any other magazine of its price. Each
lmber contains Portraits and Sketches of
)istinguished Men, Superior Home M*usic,
riIoral Articles, Stories and Adventures,
hoice Poetry, the latest Fashions, the Mo
her's Chair, the Student's Corner, the
Eoung Folks' Window, all fully illustrated.
Tems, $1.60 a year, in advance, postage
repaid. CLUB RATES.
We are enabled to make the following offer
o our readers: To all who subscribe within
bree months and pay $2,75 in advance, we
il send the Newberry HERALD and the
'COTTAGE HEAETH" for one year. This
il give you a good paper and a choice
nagazine for a little more than the price of
ither. Please send in your subsriptios at
s th chanalways tke advan
taeof the good chances for mnak
rally becomewatwe those whlo do
ot improve such chances remain in pover
.sWewoant many men, womeh *oYS an
lte. Any or$ne can do the work proper
ay more thantntimess ordinry wages.
ou can deot your whol tme to the
rorkr only your sar moments.Fl
refoa A nds tha S is needed soed,
Pe.ArsTENo~ o. TSad
e. tnu o c-a olctosfo yatns
AetTra ENMrsCprgts .,,
re continue to act as Sol~.citors for Patents,
aveats? Trade Marks, Copyrights, etc., for
~ Qfa*i~a (~av.ai1n flr,hA. En~~1&nd.
[A, S. C., CLOTHING.
nd Best Stock of
H ING CLOTHING.
HING GOODS CLOTHING.
n the State. CLOTHING.
invites attention. CLOTHING.
IA, S. C.,
ter of much experi
Gs son, noted for the
tents, be able to please
iT INE OF
Peanuts a Specialty.
LEMON COCOANUTS. R AISINS.
mid. No Commission or Auction Goods han
ce depend upon first class stock.
-* CHAELESTON, 8. C.
the Old aid Noted House,
ai Columbia, S. C.,
Complete Line of
IGS, OIL CLOTHS,
able auspices by an experienced buyer, and
UCES. Try them.
EX'OR k CO.
t SHALL WE USE?P
by thousands of Farmers daily. We
in Philadelphia or Baltimore at
OF 2,000 LBS.
ED. Send for Circular.
vare Ave., Philadelphia.
A nice assortment of CROCKERY and
GLASSWARE just received and for sale by
W. Te WRIGHT,
Who still has only a few of those CHE AP
STOVES left. Call quick if you want one.
Who still continues to carry on the TIN
BUSINESS in all its branches, and keeps a
full line of
Tinware and Stoves.,
And last, though not least, who will do
all the ROOFING, GUITTERING and other
JOB WOI'6S he can get,jutceph
Election is Over.
Now go and hear the votes counted at
CLARK'S GALLERY, where the finest Art
Works that have ever been exhibited in
Newberry, are on exhibition. And while
there sit for your picture, and take to your1
homes some of their superior photographs. I
We warn you that delays are dangerous:
goere i s too late.fel ofdn,atra
Mr. W. H. Clark feels confident) after an I
~xnerience of ~fteen years, that he can
I IR X l~ it 1I-T )
VILE FRUDY OF A]
rhe Labor of Years Ac
the New 1idUCti,
Has Opened a STUDIO os
Store for the Re
Uaving T1aught this Method in the North
rille, S. C. iv Offers her Services :uaed the
&ND VILi d't'.
aa- It is imn:.sihle to set forth ALL TB
)ld System, in an Advertisement, bat invitc
IT SAVES TIME AND MONEY. Itisso
It does awit with years of (drudgery.
It takes the unpil airmost immediately it
:ontinues the ".a-me throughout the whole C
It is not a .uperfleial method, but applie
)ut any clbts nrie hatev(%r.
It co i ele-'N itsnlf at once to the educat
This .iethod is enitirely dilfereut from tih
An opportunity is offered to all to gain a
for Less Expens4
5e A!uny of my Pup>ls in the South
which wati gaiied at a nominal expense, wi
This Iethod fillils the maxim that "Wh
ens life aid increases usefulness."
Terms, 50 Ct
Z&- Books and Sheet Music will
FOR FURTfER PARTICULARS, CAL
Feb. 2:, 8-Lf.
W E, the
R. W. Borin.
Tlic tbyr:inzg can be had at .1. 0. ILA
lrugsi N Fancy .irticles
Wholesale and Retail
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Prescriptionms compounded with accurac.j
and icety . all hours.
The Prescrinion Clerk's bed room up.
tairs4 over i ;It & Whirter's Grocery Store,
front room. Jul. 27;, 80-tf.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
DRUE i AND tCRlMIST,
CO!..UMBlA, S. C.
REmoved to store two doors next to
A. full stock of Pure Medicines, Chemi
tals, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Garden
md Field Seed3, always in store and at
Orders promptly attended to.
Apr. 11, 1 5--tf..
Wathes, Clocks, Jewelry.
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I have nlow on hand a large and elegant
#ATHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
10LIN AND GUITAE STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE CASES,
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
IN ENDLE.SS VARIETY.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
Watchmaking and Repairing
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch.
Call and~ examine my sock and prices.
Nov. 21,* 47-tf.
A S'JU!EURl L1OT OF
romflplished in Wevelks by
ve Mte thod f'or the
rer R. Y. Leavell's Furniture
ception of Pupils.
with Unpgralleled Success; also in Green
Method to the CITIZENS OF NEWB RRY
E ADVANTAGES this Method has over the
all interested to Call at the Stndio, or Send
Simple that even a Child of Five Years can
to the Seicnee of Musical Compositions. and
arse of Instruction.
s to all Music precisely as it is written, with
ed class of the community.
e Old System.
Musical Education in a short time and
a than ever before.
.re now successtally Teaching this Method,
ile my erpense for Tuition alone was FOUR
tever shortens the road to learning, length
s. Per Lesson.
re Furn;.shed on Moderate Terms.
ON OR A DDItESS,
[RS. W. H. CLARK,
Newberry, S. C.
r.erigned, now usiog the TWIN SPRING
R. ZOBEL & CO.,
WV. W. Hious'l. 0. U,. 1,eWah.
U. B. Whsites. R. 1.. McCaughirin.
VIRD'S, anud at the Furniture Stores in
'J. N. Robson & Soni,
AN(D DEALERS IN
68 EAST BAY.
I CuM.LEsTON, November, 9 1881.
At the commencement of another buNi
nessn year we acknowledge with pleasure
the patronage and confidence of our plant
ROBSON'S COTTON AND CORN FERTILUZER,
ROBSON'S COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE,
have given very gratifyinog satisfaction. Our
Cotton and Corn Fertilizer is of the highest
standard. It contains among other valua
ble ingredients S per cent. of Anunonia, li.
per cent. of P'otash, 16 per cent. of nvaila
ble Phosphate. Having been among the
first to introduce Guano in this State, we
can confidently refer to our planting friends
that during the series of ye.irs we have sold
them Mainures we have atlways giveni a pure
article. Every Manure is tested. We of
fer the above Fertilizers for cash, time or
Planters ordlerinag immediately will be al
loped to thme 1st of A pril to de'de which
they prefer, cashm or time. An order for a
carload of ten touls will be sent free of dray
agie, for a less amount $1 per ton will be
Nov, 17, 46-Sm.
TO SELL A_HOUSEHOLD ARTICLE.
T LE poor as well as the rich, the old as
w.all as the young, the wife as well as
the husband, the young maiden as well as
the young man, the girl as well as the boy,
may j ust as well earn a few dollars in hon
est emloyment, as to sit around the house
and( wait for others to earn it for them. We
can give you employment, all the time, or
during your spare hours only; traveling, or
In your own neighborhood, among your
friends and acquaintances. If you do not
care for employment, we can jipart valua
ble information to you tree of cost. It will
cost you only one cent for a Postal card.to
write for our Prospectus, and it may be the
means of naaking you a good many dollars.
Do nmot 'iegle.et this opportumnity. You do
not have to invest a large sum of money,
andl run a great risk or losing it. You will
readily see that it will be an easy matter to
make from $10 to $100 a week, and establish
a lucrative, and independent business, hon
orable, s'traightforward and profitable. At
tend to this matter NO W,for there is MONEY
IN IT for all who engage with us. We will
surprise you and you will wonder why yoin
never wrote to us befo-e. WE SENDs FULL
'AaRTcLARs FREE. Address
BUCKEYE M'F'G CO.,
(Name this paper.) MAmIos, OmIO.
Sep. 21. 38 --6m1..
GLENN & POOL,
(Successors to Win F. Nance, dec'd)
Th ae 'indhvingj .m,ociate'd them.
Sives. to).*r her 1Fo mht rpous. of conduct
r:--y l:!!y : ' tr aIL coti!:n:uwe of. thIe
b1 lu onV hw! I)ntrusted to ji: &ace
d iony .JAEine t. m v fErN.
TJNCES . GLN.
avrm o v:mr
Columbia & Greenville Railroad.
CoLUIrA. .. C., November 19th, 1881.
On a nd dier Mond: y, N oveuiber 2lst, 1Ss1, the
PAIMhG~ 'i' TCAINS will ru:. us heren ith in
dicated npoii this roati and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No.52. UP PASSFNGER.
Leave Coltnl>ia,A - - 11.20 a to
SAlster, - - - - 12.26 p mn
" Newbrry. - - - - 1.22 p in
" Udis, - - - 353 p in
" Belt.I. u - - . .. p rn
Arrive 6re 'aille, - - - - 6.27 p ui
ho.5. DOWN PASSEf;ER.
Leave Greenlille, - - , 11.50 a in
Beltor, - . - i.14 p In
IIodg's, - - 2 31 p mn
Newberry, - - - 5.05 p m
" Al.Lot - , - 6., 4 ;) m
Arrive C.u'dyia,F - - 7.+13 p m
SPAaTA\BU1}i, USIu)N a COLUMBIA P.ALLEOAD.
Nc.52. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alstoo, . - - - 12.38 p in
" Strotirr, - - - - 1.36 p tn
" Sheltoa, - - - - 2.19 p in
" Sautn, -- - - - - 3.20 p r
" Unioa, - - - - - 4.16 p in
" Jonesr.lle, - a - - 5.11 p In
Arrive Sparmburg, R. & D. Depot, E 6.41 p m
No. . DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartalburg. R. & D. Depot,11 212 p In
" Spartalburg, S. U. & C. Depot,U 2.34 p m
I Juoexyvlle, - - - 328pm
" Union. - - - 4.2 p m
Sautuc - - - 4 27 p m
Sheltor, - w - 4..9 pm
S, rothe. - - -- 5.2.3 p m
Arrive at A;_t:n. - - - 5 56 p m
Leave New'erry, - - - - 5.10 p m
Arrive at Laureus C. H., - - 7.25 p m
Leave Laureus C. H., - - - 6.30 a mi
Arrive it Newberry, - - e 9.31 a m
Leave fodges. " - , - 4.00 p m
Arrive it Abbeville, - - , 4.50 p in
Leave A bbeville, - - - - 1.80 p in
Arrive it Hodges, - - - - 2.20 p mn
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD AND ANDXUON
Leave lelton at. 5.08 p m
" nderson 5.41 p m
" lendleton 6.2e, p m
Leave Senieca C, 7.2' p m
Arrive a Walhalla 7 4b L ni
Leave Walhalla at, - - 10.4. a in
Leave Seneca D, 11.19 a in
" 1adleton, - - 11.54 a: in
" Anderson, - - 12 35 p m
Arrive atBelton, - - 1.+' p In
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Rsilroad trom Wilminuton and all
points North thereof.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. R., from all
points South and West.
D. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from At"
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. E. R., from all
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington, Colambla and Augta
Railroad for Wilmington and the North.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
H. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. R., from
Charlotte and bey ond.
Standard Time used is Washington, D. C.,
which is fifteen minutes fiater than Columbia.
T. M. R. TA LCOTT. Gen. Manager.
J. W. FRY, Superintendent.
A. Poru. General Passenger Agent.
South Carolina Railroad Company.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after October 16, 1881, Passenger
Trains on this road will rum as followvs un
GOING EA ST. (DATLY EXCEPT sUNDAYs.)
Leave Columbia at - - - 6i.(0 P. M1.
Arrive Camden at - - -845 P. M.
Arrive Charleston at - - 10.30 P. M.
GOING WEST, IAILY EXCEPT SUN DAYm.)
Leave.*1 Chleeln t - - - 6 .3ai A. Mj.
Leave Camdeni at - - - -7.40 A. M,
Arive <>lumibia at - - - 11.00 A. M.
G ix NG ESi)4>ALY EXCEP*r SLND.i.
*Lea'.v' ColumIbiat at - - - 5.15 A. M.
A riv Aug'ustax at - - - - 3 ~2t P. Mi.
Ari ChaLrI.eston at - .5,5 P. M1.
GOPNG wEST i'Als.Y EXCEPT SUNDAYs.
*Leave. Charle-st"on at - - 9.x5 A. M1.
Leave Augusta at - - - -755 A. M.
Arrive ColIumbiia at - - 6.20 1'. M1.
*Passeng.ers leatving Columbia or Charles
ton on these trains will have to change~ cars
at Branchville to reach Charleston at 1.55 P'.
M., or Columbia at 6.20 P. M.
GOING EAST DAILY.
Leave Columnbia at - - - 9.30 P. M.
Arrive A ugusta at - - . 7.40 A. M1.
Arrive Charleston at . - - 6.53 A. M1.
GOING WEST DAILY.
Leave Charleston at --- - 8.20 P. M1.
Leave Augusta at -- - - 7.00 P. M.
Arrive Columibia at - - 5.10 A. M1.
On Columbia Division Night Express
Trainis run daily ; all other Trains daily ex
On Augusta Division all Passenger Trains
Sleepinx Cars are attached to Night
Express'] raius-berths only $1.50-between
Columbia, Charleston and Augusta. On
Saturdays and Sundays, round trip tickets
are sold to and from all Stations at one first
class tare for the round trip, good till Mon
day noon to return. Connections made
at Columbia with Greenville and Columbia
Railroad and Charlotte, Columbia and Au.
ansta Rai.lroad at Charlotte Junction by
train arriving at Columbia at 11.00 A. M1.
and leaving Columbia at 0 00 P.51., to and
from all points on both Roads. At Charles
ton with Steamers for New York on Wed
nesdays and Saturdays; also, with steamer
for Jacksonville and points on St. John
River and1 with Savannah and Charleston
Railroad to all points South.
Connections are made at Augusta with
Georgia Railroad and Central Railroad to
and from all p)oints South and West.
Through tickets can be purchased to all
points South andl West, by applying to
A. B. D)ESAUssURIE, Agent, Columbia.
D. C. ALL EN, G. P.& T. A,
JOHN BI. PECK, General Superintendent.
JAMES A. GARFIELD!I
We have just engraved, at great expense,
tIl he BES an d T RUEST Chromno Photograph of
JAMES A. CARFIEL.D
that has ever been engraved. This is, in
deed, a work of real merit. Almost life
size. No home is complete without a copy.
Beiutifully grouped around the Portriait, ar
elegant p)icture-s of GARFI ELD'S ROME AT
MENTOR, and Hiram College, and also the
White House at Washington. Please re
member that this engraving is a CrnIoMo
PHOTOGRArPH, and 1s therefore perfeet.
Size of engraving, 28 x 36. Handsomely
ound, nicelIy mounted, and clegantly var
nished. They need no frames. Reader, if'
you wish a copy of this truly beautiful work
send at once. Price Only $1.25. Agents
supplied aLt $6.75 per dozen. You can make
$8 per dayselling this engravinlg. Sen d full
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