Issue 14 and Volume 1893 13.

MISCELLANEOUS. A fire engine is being built for Greece, N. Y., by the Gleason & Bailey Manufacturing Company, at their Seneca Falls (N. Y.) shops. Messrs. Scribner’s publish simultaneously with the opening of the World’s Fair at Chicago (as their contribution to the Columbian Exposition) the Exhibition number of Scribner’s Magazine, which they have greatly enlarged and planned to make as fine an example of an American magazine as could be produced. The number opens with an autograph narrative by George Washington, of “ The Braddock Campaign,” illus trated with two full-page drawings by Howard Pyle. The frontispiece is a reproduction in color of a pastel made for the number by Robert Blum, entitled “ A Daughter of Japan.” The cover is ornamented by a design by Stanford White. “ Tips to Inventors” is the title of a clever work by Robert Gritnshaw, published by the Practical Publishing Company, 2…

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