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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 27. 1894.
FRAMES AND CASES.
HOMEMADE RECEPTACLES FOR PHO
l'bat to Do Willi the lUpldlj InoMMlog
I'liotojrapim Allium I'm- Aniuteul
lliotigraiilifn'--lmxienalve l'ralliea i''or
Etching ami Wiitvr Color DSatwlSSOi
Every household is confronted with
tho proliU'iu, What shall be done with
thu photographs that sra o rapidly ftc
cumulating? Thrro have been albums
Mid photograph frames and bags, both
email and great, in which U deposit
them, and still tin y accumulate, An
idea, suggested by n correspondent of
knotted here and there over it, and tho
edges bound with ribbon to match.
A UNIOUE SCRAP RUG.
Cove uutl Pretty, iut EncxpeuAlTe Diree
tioiiH Ww stilting Oee.
The Bcrap rag, with its rich and varied
colored disks of plush, is bright and
handsome. The foundation is dark
brown canvas, 'J7 inches wide. A yard
and a quarter makes an ordinary sized
EASILY HADE and FRETTY,
thu New York Herald, for a photograph
case is to take a piece of cardboard of
any size desired, and cover plainly with
pink silk. Cover another piece slightly
smaller, as in drawing, joining this to
the first, and still another piece slightly
smaller than tho second. Embroider
delicate maidenhair ferns in natural
shades in comer 4, tacking this to the
third piece of covered board. Or this cor
ner may bs made of white or ecru leather.
Fasten the outside edges together, leav
ing spaces between each card for the pho
tographs, and finish the case with a bow
of pale green ribbon to match tho ferns.
For amateur photographers another
suggestion is to make an album f wa
ter color paper, in which the unmounted
"snap shots" are to be pasted and each
photograph outlined with splashes of
gilt. The outside of the album is of
heavy pasteboard covered with linen
and decorated with lettering suggestive
of contents. This classified the photo
graphs and gives one's friends the pleas
ure of a camera's sketchbook.
A convenient frame for photographs
may bj made on a panel of plush by plac
ing two or more heart shaped pockets
t he r eo u. 1 ho
pockets may be
decorated w i t h
hand painting, or
the whole frame
tinsel lace and a
cord in mixed
chenille. A deep
fringe ;it the bot
tom affords a
This frame is
either hung to the
wall by two loops
placed at the up-
per corners of the
panel or fob Vd in
two to be packed
Artistic and in
frames are made
for etchings or
water color draw- PLUSH PAXIL WITH
logs w 1 1 h on t pockets,
glass or molding and with a most pleas
ing remit. Frame the etchings with ;l
inch mats of white, then tack smoothly
against the wall. Outline these mats In
come pretty shade of fine ribbon red is
suitable for etchings), leaving a bare
space of two or three inches around this
on the wall. Now outline this space with
a second row of ribbon the same color.
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A HANDSOME SCltAP HUT,
rug. An inch is turned under on each
side, and four inches of each end is
marked off and reserved for fringe. Tho
disks are made of plush remnants from
the upholsterer's, or the remains, old or
new, of plush garments, triinmiugs or
fancy work. Sixty-one disks, 1 Inches
acros.', are first cut out, ami from the
scraps left smaller disks of any size ob
tainable are cut. The larger ones are
applied first. 11 along each side, one ex
actly iu the center, one m the middle of
each end and tho rest at regular dis
tances apart on lines running diagonally
from corner to corner and from the mid
die of tho ends to the center disks iu tho
If the plush is loosely woven liable to
fray or ravel the disks should be ap
plied with buttonhole stitch, but if of
firm texture they may be simply hem
med on. Alter the large disks are ar
ranged the smaller ones are scattered in
between, more or less thickly, according
to taste and material on baud, but thu
rug is much prettier when there are no
spaces left large enough to hold one of
the medium sized disks. The ends are
fringed and overlaid with heavy worsted
upholstery fringe, mixed colors to blend
with all shades, or a single color to match
the darkest plush. The heading is but
tonholed flatly to the canvas, and tho
nearest disks owrlap it a trifle.
A lining of carpeting, ticking or any
heavy materia is faced smoothly over
the under side and tacked to the canvas,
invisibly, beneath the disks. The lb use
hold, authority for the foregoing, sug
gests that pretty but inexpensive rugs
might be fashioned after this model by
substituting burlap, pretty remnants of
; cloaking, cloth, etc., and yarn fringe for
the materials mimed. Zephyr of differ
i ent colors could then lie used for a vari
j ety of stitches in applying the disks, or
j they could all be buttonholed in place
witli one color anil the spaces between
ornamented with fancy stitches in many
; colors a nice way to utilize odd bits of
zephyr and yarn.
the last moment they unst be sent away
train th tnble. Kot even began lobe
cooked." "But that was not the fault of
tho chickens that was the fault of your
cook!" Monsieur sighed profoundly and
executed more gytnUBSttCS with Ids nhoul
dsn and eyebrows. "Will, we shall then
make one mors trial Bond ma another
Twelve more poulets were thereupon dis
patched, even plumper and tenderer than
the last, mid again my friend attended to
hear the verdict. Another failure, it ap
peared. "Ah, my dear sir, worsu than
ever I Burnt ton cinder I It wss not even
possible that they should appear at the
table, At the lost moment" Monstsui
interrupted with a show of impatience,
"And pray, whose fault Is Unit? It is the
fault Of"- - Tim proprietor laid his hand
Upon Ids friend's arm In conlldential fash
ion, "Cornel" ho said, "let us now talk
together. We are old scqusintsnoss; it
Is best that we undeistand OM another.
My cook will not cook your ohiokonsl
lit) makes his own arrangements with
the farmers who supply me, nnd it does
not suit him that I should dSsl with an
other. What can I dor It is the height
of the season, and my limine, is full. 1
cannot afford to bs left without my chef.
I cannot afford to have badly cooked food
to set before my guests. I wink my eye;
I nee, but! pretend not to seel And for
you, take my word for it, if you shall suc
ceed, you sit iu the public hoUSS and drink
with the cooks. You must make bribes
you must laugh ami make jokes you
must not bo a gentleman any longer you
must also bo u cook Willi tho rest I"
It v, too true. Xo cook in Interlaken
was found Capable of cooking monsieur's
poulets, and as he, on Ids side, wus too
much of a g ntleruuii to condescend to
drinks uud Bribes the poultry farm died
u natural death and left him ti wiser and
uuorer man. 'Westminster Uuzctte.
An Article SnVen.
If you havu nimble fingers nnd an
irtistic eve. vnii can ntflJtA vnur oven
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ft group or wese ewuinjfs inuiran mm 8cmm Here is a study tor one: BecON
ribi'onis effective and gives a finishing ! frgjjework of bamboo or other light
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COUCu to any room, wiuer conns are
also very dainty when thus treated.
Panto Tor Taper Banging,
Amateurs in paper hanging will find
that a paste made by the following direc
tions will serve the purpose well: First
l-at water to boiling, then add flour,
with constant stirring. To prevent the
formation of lumps, the flour may be
passed through a sieve so as to insure its
more equable distribution. Agitation is
continued until the heat has rendered
the mass of the desired consistency, at.d
after a few moments further boiling it
is ready for use. In order to Increase its
strength, powdered rosiu in tho propor
tion of one-sixth to one-fourth of the
weight of the flour is added, To-preveut
its souring, oil of cloves or a few drops
of carbolic acid aru added.
Beets-, carrots, parsnips and other roofj
may be cooked in the oven for a long
time very slowly in closed vessels, sub
jected to the same degree of heat that
is required in roasting meat, from "00
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A FOLDING! SCHEEX.
wood. Gild the knobs and fill in each
fold with full panels of lettuce green in
dia Silk, A rr. in go a drapery at tlio top
or" figured India silk in ierra cotta and
edgo tliis witli tessel fringe. Ornament
the ton with bows of lettuce tiroen rib-
to B80 degrees F. Green vegetables bon. The lower bar of the frame twist
peas, beans anil the like are very ilcli
ciously cooked In this way, according to
Oood Housekeeping. Tin y retain a very
much finer flavor thau when subjected
to the customary heat of the iron itOVO
in an open vessel or when boiled. When
the heat is properly regulated, all kinds
of fruit and vegetables may be cooked in
tho oven in vegetable dishes china, por
celain or stoneware- open or covered.
Tho watery kinds require very ttlo wa
ter. The drier kinds may bin e a littlo
The steam generated at the higher heat
tefvhich the outside of the vessel is sub
jected raises the temperature within the
covered vessel only to about the boiling
noint. and while tho vessel may not be
around with curd of the two colors let
tuce green and terra cojtn combined.
The result will be a very effective screen.
HIS MODEL POULTRY FARM.
And tlic Inanrmniiutulile Obstncln Which
Aiii,;,' it a lilciuul failure.
Talking of mulcts, "here's another Mto-
ry," as Mr. Kipling would say, which wng
i told to me by a gentleman who hnd settled
down to spend his old age in the neighbor-
hood of latcrlakeu. Monsieur, like muny
: another of us, hnd spent an idle moment
! now and then In epcculatmg upon the
i normous number of pottlots which are
I daily slaughtered in tho Swiss principali
ty, Suddenly a happy thought occurred.
Why should he not have n sharu iu tho
wonts: whv should he not start a uoultrv
steamtlgin. lest it oursi, jet it may oo fm:n of his ownf No sooner thought than
sufficiently tight to retain the aromatic : done. Monsieur determined thai he would
oils, Which should not be carried off, j spare no expense; ho would have the best
thus assuring tho full flavor. I ureeli chickens that could be procured,
I and then, given a largo demand on the
A Word Almut Knitting. I hand and an exceptional supply on
Knitting threatens to become a lost thc. otu,'r-,,B 1,u "ro of n
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art. More is tho pitv, sinco there is a """"
steady demand in tho household for knit
ted articles that ar readily made with
thSmeedles, Dishcloths and washcloths
of lamp wick, for instauco, aru always
lacceptablo if loosely knitted. Santa
Clans, too, must have a supply of horse
rui"s. and the brighter in hue thc worst
ed is in which these are knitted the bet
ter pleased will be the youthful drivers.
Tin; old fashioned "nubia," or "cloud,''
has long since gone out, but tho same
stitch and material split zephyr may
bo used in making a slumber robe as
dainty as a down eoverltt. Choose long
medics, preferably of wood and not loo
thick. Cast as many stitches as can bo
worked conveniently nnd knit a strip
two yards in length. Two of these will
bo sufficient for the quilt, the body of
which is made by tacking a thin layer
of cotton batting on a lining of cotton
muslin or silkoline. Tho worsted strips
are then sewed together and fastened to
tho "comfortable," loops uf baby ribbou
his ignorance, and having spent some 1,
500 and many months of careful supervi.
siou he found himself the possessor of na
llie n colony of feathered nurslings as ono
need wish to see.
Matters having reached thin satisfacto
ry stage, he repaired to ono of the mam
moth hotels whose windows look out on
the glittering heights of the JungfraU
nnd held na interview with the proprie
tors. They were ne(iiaintances of many
years' standing; his teespttOD was, there
fore, nil that wns gracious, and he was re
quested to send down a sample of a dOSSO
poulets forthwith. The poulets were dis
patched, and a day or two later monsieur
attended to hear the verdict. Ho tried,
poor fellow, to subline an expression of
exultation as h'i mentally contrasted his
own plump nurslings with the tough and
bony specimens which are usually offered
up for the delectation of the guests, und
his disappointment wns nil the greaU-r,
therefore, w hen the landlord shrugged his
shoulders up to bis eyes and replied: "Ah,
the pouletsl .V terrible failurel lluw,
my d.'ar monsieur -absolutely ruwl At
J icia lite X Y. TWtMe, ffOK MS
"Chicago, Oct 81 Pho first official
announcement of World's Fair di
plomas on flour has been made. A
medal has boon awarded by tho
World's Fair judge1! to the flour manu
factored by the Washburn, Crosby Co ,
in tho c.r'Ht Washburn Flour Mills,
Minneapolis. The committee reports
tho flour htrong and pure, and entitles
it to rank as first-class patent flour for
family and bakers' usa."
& CON NELL
SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
Hie above brands of flour can bo had at any i 'f the following merchants,
who will accept THX TlUBUXl flouh COUPON of 0 on each one hundred pounds
of flour or 5U on each barrel of fiour.
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I have ls-en lufTeriin; ten
yearn with Erysipelas. BSVS
fu;;iMi dootofs Dtediolnss auil
patent uieOii'lnei of must all
Kinds, but noiui iu 'i to dc
me any gil I tlnully ma,la
up my iiiOid to try liurdock
BlooJ llittere. Hare used lour
bottles f It B, B and thint
myself entirely eureil.
Mils. N. J. MoCatlt.
Bar rice, Beaver Co., Pr
Atlantic Refining Go.
Manufacturer! and LVulers In
liluiiiiaatiag and Lubricating
fccrnutou-r. P. Priee, VVuslilnston avenu i I
Dumnore R P. Priee, OoM Mo bil Bran 1.
Dnnnurs F. D, tlanlsy. Bnpsrlatlve Hrnui.
Byde Purk Oaraon & IMvm, Wasbtiurn St.
(Jolit Medal Brand; J bepli A. Mears.Main
avenue, Suparliitivn Brand.
Oreon BJdgS A l,.Si'jneer.iiold Medal U rand.
J. T.noBale, ijiiiierlative.
ProTtdenueFennar It 0nanpeU.1T Jlatn uve
nne, Suiiorlativii l(iuud;i:. J Uilli-pia, W.
Market street, uo'.d Med it Brand
Olypbant James Jordan. Bnneristlre Brand.
Peckvitio-Sbatfer & K 1s t laperlstlva.
dermyn -0, l. Winter. & Co buperslstlve
Areboald Jones, s npson toOo , Bold Medal,
Carbondale B. .S. Clark. Ooid Medal Brand.
Honeadatil I N'- FWur Je Co. Uo! I Modi:.
Minooka -M. H, Uvelle,
Taylor Judge A Co., Gold Modal; Athsrton
Si Co., BnperlAtive,
puryes- Lawrence store Co,, Gold Medal.
Moosic John MoCrlndlo, Ould Medal.
Plttlton -M. W. (;'Boylu, Hold Medal,
Clark's Qrssn Frsee tc Parker. Baperlatlre,
rinrk's Monmil I'. M. Vou iic, field Modal.
UaltooH 8. B. Finn Bon, Gold Molai Brand.
Mich dion-J. K. M.HiitiQK.
Wavtrly-M. . Ullsa A: Hon, Oold Modal.
Fa-'t iryvillo--Charles (la'-dner. Hold Medal
Hophotton- .v. M. Finn A Son, Ho'.d Medal.
Tobybsnns Tobyhann i LeUgb Lnstbs r
i'o . lioid Mo lal Bra it
Hou'dsbdro-B a. Adami Gol1 MU1 Brand.
Mo,.:ow -Ualpo A Clement, Hold Medal,
b.ke Arid James A. Bortree, Gold Medal,
forest City J. I.. Morgan & I.'..., Gold Medal
hot LACKAWANNA AVISNUli
and Fine Jewelry, Leather (roods,
Clocks, Bronzes, Onyx Tables,
Shell Goods, Table and Ban
quet Lamps, Choicest Bric-a-
Brac, Sterling Silver Novelties,
Linseed Oil, Napthas nnd Onsn
lines of all grades. Axlo Grenso,
Pinion Oreaso nnd Colliery Com
pound ; also, a hirije lino of Par
raffine Wax Candles.
We also handle the FamoiH CROW.I
ACME OIL, tho only family safety
burning oil in the market.
WIUJAM MASON, Managsr.
Office! Coal Exchange, Wyoming Avj.
Works at Pino Brook.
N. A. HULBEftT'S
City Musio Store,
- WYOMING AVr. 8t:iiANlo
& 1 JL
F ' xtbs., ,fi
All Prices and all Sizes.
Foote & Slxear Co,
513 LACKAWANNA AVE.
ffl SiNG'3 WINDSOR CEMENT FO.I
DK.CKKK r.KOTIJEKB Am
KRANICH .t ItAtJU.
f : i 1.1 .'. & Kill,:.
i hM larjn ttock of rirtt-elaa
SltsicAii -i: :: 11 Mil
M. mi:, EXa, Ki'U
Coal of the lie?t qnnllty for ilomoiitln mo, and
of all.lzej, ilelivered in m y part of tbe city
at lowest prlca.
Ordern left at my offlcfl,
NO. 11H, WYOMING AVKNtIR,
Roar riHitn. flrat floor, Thlrl National Dank,
or sent by mall or lalopbone to tlio mine, will
receive prompt attention.
Special sontrsots will In madu for tun aala
autt Uuiivcry of lluekwhcat Coal.
WM. T. SMITH.
iOay, uml' T l"'iiin:y, iy f rvut,wu c..l.
Pt;t:. Druol, .n0 lOO-pin bwk. ittaSnttl Irani
I llhfr m tjm,.., v , urn'l.rrwliy mall Wh.ti BoiSprtiiiri I
I i N.x.io r,.!. our Mnclo Remeny in
I noilliwy -it., too. KKrvi in. i Meeja) '
PRXTKB 1101 00., In -'1 . Capilol,Si,oon,000.
BEST it .00 MIIOI! IN THK WOllLD.
".I d illnr tarttt in a dollar rtirr- if." ,
Thial.iull.'a' Soil.) frenetl llnnrrnlnUMTttil
ton lloot diillvered froo anjrwbtr In the U.S., OS
rve.ljit oil tisll, Money I 'Kiel,
or rental N'o'o for SI..F0.
Kami), every tibv tho boot.
OH In nil rutnil HOISI fur
rV.&'J. ' ' nioLr this imut
our.clvpii, tborvforo M jynar
SSfM tbe jUt itjl and iriMr.
nnd If ney 0:10 , net lUiC.IU-il
va wll! lufiind tha meiiev
or mind anotbtir pair. Opera
loo or 1 ointnen BepiiBi
wtilllin , I), K, ,1c KK,
nile. 1 to ' mi I ball
Kilt pi you.
143 FEDtrtAL ST
1 nosroN. maus.
Special NfSW Iv iitaltrt.
IPIr M i..
Dexter Shoe Oo,
LI IE. EE M
SEWER PIPES, FLUE LININGS.
Office, 813 We.3t Lacka
Quarries and Work3,
inn pro ok
is 11, H ji .rfcwk
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III II I III Ml '1 II :
Closing out the bal
ance of our
at following prices:
BttlSlsn Lyox Ctrenlsr Cap n, 24 Inches, 4M
Bteettio Sen Crroalar Oapea, 'Jt in n.98
Abtr.-ikhau CirOttlar Ospes, :ll In 9.08
Wool s, ai Clronlar Cap "1 In 1401
.siouu Ksrten Ulroolsr Capes, 1 in w.uu
Brown Marten Circular t apes, "t iu 4S.00
otter Circular Cspea, x iu io.uu
Soil Pnrruii, :W lnclot long Slfld
Sonl .Ine.keti, a! iuehex 10'I.IJO
Hoal Jackets; ::i Inches long 60.00
Astrsknsn Jsokets, 8t inohei ion.- Ui.ou
THE GREATEST NOVELTY OF THE AGE.
Vulunble as n Souvenir of tlio Fair.
QUITE EASY WHEN YOU KNOW HOW
:too IN PRIZKH WILli in-'. DisTitnn ri;i to Tiiosi: noiNt;
PUZZLE IN Till; SUoilTT.ST SPACE l' TIME
FOR SALE BY AMi NEWS COMPANIES STATIONERS VND AT toy
BTOKEn, oil BENT TO ANY ADDRESS I' PON RECEIPT OP
PRICE, 25 CENTS, BY
COLUMBIA MANUFACTURING CO.,
112 AM) 11 1 SOUTH EUTAW STREET, BALTIMORE, MD,
Seal CirettlSr Cnpn, IIO Inehoa lonir, With!
Butterfly Cans S&j.oo
Otter Circular Capo, mchaa lon,wlth
Butterfly t:npo 105.01)
Bable Circular Capo, 80 loobSS long 8.) 00
Astrakhan Circular Orae, W) Inches long BJ 00
EleetrlS Sonl Circulsr Cape, .'HI in. long.. 20 (r.)
Ur.iy Crlmmor Circular Cape, SI In. long 30 00
Wilczcn American B-al ttuffSSt.,..l,t8 each
1 lot 1 1 chllriron'H seta at 9S:. each
1 lot of fclelKti ltol.es, pluih liniil t-i ouch
Ladies' Pluh and Cloth
Coats at Your Own
138 Wyoming Ave.
The only Practicsl Furrier in the city.
Urge Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT k CORNELL CO.
European Plan. Flrtt-clasa Tar attaohed.
Depot lor Bsrgner ft Kugel'e Tsnnbxusir
H.E or, WW and Filbert Sts., Fhlliii
Krat ilestraWn for rosiilents of N E. 1'enn
tylvimla. All conveniences lor travelert
to ami from Broail Street atatien and thu
Twelfth and Market Street station. Do
lirntilo for Ylaltlng SorMiitonland and poo
Lk Hi the Antbraiito Hegiou.
T. J. VICTORY,
FOR THE LENTEN SEASON
Allklndi Fresh 1 -u reeelred dully
1'nney Smoked Halibut,
RoeknwsTi Cheaspeske Hay. AUfTTDC
Miiuiiie Knei . : 1 I' !t
111,. l-.,l, vuuav.
For centuries brilliant artists
hiivo bt'on painting beautiful pio
tores, ami the best of Ihese pic:-
wealthy people In their mansions,
or by governments and cities iu
public building. They l'orui tho
great attractions to many of tho
old world cities, nnd can all bo
seen ouly by inuch traveling and
at great expense.
As outlined below, a lover of
pictures conceived the idea of plac
ing these delights of the eye with
in the reach of greater numbers,
and the result is the beautiful art
sou Shell linn". Shrimps,
W. H. PIERCE,
in i oVm4mM rwMfly
vnirr'' lo fire nil iirrv u (
oiitt'i. Biicli 11 n. WohK: Msniui y, I.osnof Brnti; I'owrr.llt'i '.nilu, -, itofQltH sv
I)rt HuUKMMa Nightly Kinliluri1, Nm vhi tu f.llrti ulunnnii lin of power
ln(;t'.it.Tiitlvouri;nuH((U;h"r 51 v .; st-i!h,. ii (MTor(lrui, .voiillifiiivrMTtt
' ir. tin(. (if tntidtvo. opium or Ktlriulp lit-, wliloli loiul tt tntlrmUr.
ifumptJotior Iii"4iiiltr. Tun tionirrlillti vci porkct. til pM DOS, l for ftfi.
Ibl infill prapf lil. W I til n Wfi nrtlnr Talv t naltl?n tnmrantr Inciifn
'mm 1 il, ...ni..ie I 'ir.. itln r Inm 'nlff ,v 11 II liriiL'L'U'n. Aut f.ir It. IK M
KrOM AND AFTtA USING. Qodthir. OSn n RBBtJI nfj.im o., HatonTQ Kmp&i ruuAoo.iu
Fur Salo In Scranton, Pa., by H. C. SAKDKRSON, DnvffU, sw. WwhtngtOfi
o:oit?t?s xj a ?n n
PENNYROYAL PiLLS I oil to Ju.irriod .L.tdicr.
f-ii- Aok for DIl. MOTT'H PIlMlTTUOVAIi VJ&X.S CUVd .Uko no other.
av-tlx Bond lor clioulur. Jl'rlc- l? 1.00 ;M!r iwx, u wuzes ror VSaOQa
m Jill. MOTT'H CIIICMICVIj CO., C'lcvcluuj, Ohio.
l ui salv byC. U. HAUB1S, Drugglat, 1S1 faun A velius.
W lRl-: CUT,
Best in the market
Brandt Clay ProductCos
OPFIGBi Blnghnmtoa N.Y.
FACTOR Y: Brandt, Pa.
gog south Wasnlngteg Avemi?,
Qontrseter snd lmiiiicr nf QMershi FaSssiiiih
t'olicrclo r.i.K-k.. Po'itiJ, llutter an 1 Coil
I'i.ii, Wet I'eiiaia ilri'i.l u;v Oiilor-i mav bo
loft at ThompSbn A Pratt, Will ami Co,
.Main an.l Bynon Btweta, - at Borsstos
StOVO Work". AuO lfonu.lationa, Otstarns,
Pith wire Tunnels anu Oottlttsi nssjjrasfer
Beiii a lover of the modem
styles of painting, he includes iu
this grand collection all that is
popular and good in
ART OF Tiff
As well as the choicest hits, and
the famous and historical pieces
01 the artists of all ages.
This is undoubtedly the most
beautiful and complete art work
ever published; and well it mnv
be, for it contains the best work
of the delineators of all that is
These pictures are engraved on
copper plates by the half-tone
photo gravure process; and are
Of the original painting, even to the
very brinh inark-i.
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