The Concord (N. H.) Bird's-eye Picture

by Bert Poole has been revised and is now ready.

Each building in the city has been sketched and shows with more or less distinctness.

Underneath the main picture are three panels on a larger scale. One of Christian Science Hall, another of the "Old North Meeting House," and the "Old Elm," and one of Pleasant View and the Bow Hills in the distance.

There are two styles as follows: —
Prang's Photogravure Print, 18x27 inches,
on plate paper 28x38 inches, . . . $5.00
Prang's Carbon (Gray or Sepia) 18x27 inches, mounted on heavy plate paper
30x40 inches . . . . . . . . 10.00

Prepaid to any point in United States. Circulars on application. Send all remittances or orders to

George M. Clough, 107 Falmouth St., Boston, Mass.

The Free Methodists of England have old-age pensions for their ministers. Each minister pays three pounds per year to the fund.

John Wanamaker authorizes statement that he never advertised in a Sunday newspaper and never will.

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The Lectures
December 7, 1899

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