Image from web page 239 of “A’Chu and other stories” (1920)

A handful of nice china metal stamping pictures I identified:

Image from page 239 of “A’Chu and other stories” (1920)

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Identifier: achuotherstories00ande
Title: A’Chu and other stories
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Anderson, Emma Maria (Thompson), Mrs., 1865- [from old catalog]
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Publisher: Takoma Park, Washington, D.C., Overview &amp Herald publishing assn.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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talizing her victim could bear. Isaw that he walked quite slowly, as I looked back, sheadded with a pull at her garments that rattled thesilver coins in the pouch hanging to her belt. Prior to Tai Yi Ma left Cheung Luns property, shehad persuaded his young wife to guarantee to give up theLittle 1 sleeping on her back. She had agreed thatthe baby need to be taken across the bridge to becomea daughter to the Chans. In turn Tai Yi Ma hadpromised to make a present of so numerous silver roundpieces to Cheung Luns family members, sufficient, she assuredthe mother, to hold the entire family members till the subsequent harvest. The old man heard with grief what had taken placein his absence. Not a movement of muscle, no changein his features, produced sign of the sorrow in his heart.No accurate Chinese may take back a guarantee created in goodfaith without becoming a rascal. So it was reportedamong the women as they washed garments at the brooksedge, that Cheung Luns Little 1 was betrothedto a son of Chan ASo. Religious Customs of the Chinese

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A QUEER BIRTHDAY Party A GRAND birthday celebration was to be givenfor an idol kept in the massive temple near ourhome. No 1 pretends to know just how old theidol is. It appears queer it should have a birthdayat all, given that it in no way was born. Everyone admits itwas produced just as any common object is produced — ofwood, stone, or metal — I am not particular which itwas created of. The people of China understand completely well thattheir idols are the work of mens hands. Sometimesthey show us the stamp on the base of the image.This explains that the god was created in such a yearin the reign of such and such a king. But thoughthey know the year when the idol was created, theydo not know the day. Possibly they will contact consideration to the way theidol was produced. It could be a molten image, likethe golden calf of Israel, — cast from molten metalsin a mold of clay or like the cherubim of Solomonstemple, it may possibly have been beaten out of a single pieceof metal. All this shows that they know idols tobe the function of guys

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Image from page 195 of “The literary digest” (1890)

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Identifier: literarydigest16newy
Title: The literary digest
Year: 1890 (1890s)
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Publisher: New York : Funk &amp Wagnalls [etc.]
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
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at lenuth the pension approjiriation billis passed The nomination of Gov, John W.Griggs, of New Jersey, to be Lawyer-Generalof the United States, is coiiflriiie&ltl. . . . Home:The Indian appropriation bill is discussed. The battleship Maine arrives at Havana, andCaptain .Sigsbee has a conference witli Consul-General Lee. . . . KuHsia has oflered China aloan on the same tirms as I-ngland presented. . . .The editor of the hladderadatsch has been sen-tenced to two months fortress imprisonmentfor the publication of a carto(m reflecting onEmperor William. . . . A single class of the re-serves in Italy will be referred to as out, owing to thebreiitl riots. . . . The attempt of a suspended.Socialist deputy to enter the Chamber of Depu-ties in Itrusscls causes a fight in the vestibule. [Really MSINf SS MAN ^•Ankds the absence indicator A mOtlLY POLISOED METAL DESKOBNAMLNT. NOTINO THE HOUR ME WIU.PETURN-MAILED ON RECEIPT OF 25CTS ENQDAVING CO.MILWAUKEEVIS t1iiL™[S. ZINC [TCtllNOS and|LLU5TPATI0NS

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Stamped Steel Ceilings Most Tough and Decorative. Appropriate for all buildings. Quite a few styles. He linDTUDnn Senl/or catalogue. ■ 9i nUllinnUri 03 Cherr? street. New York ^ Totally free TO BALD HEADS. We win mail OD applioatioo, cost-free iDrormattonh»w to grow hair upon a bald head, quit falUoshair, aod take away sualp distase^i. Address,Thecr^TSEFSorTopAlUnlielm Medical DaapenmarylUhefhit- I&gt©pt. S.F.. Box 779, CiuciDnati, U.

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