HILARIOUS 1885 BROADSIDE—“RED HOT AND STILL A HEATING.”

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Printed by Republic Print Office, Winston, NC, April 1885. Measures 11 x 6”. Mounted securely and handsomely on beige burlap board, 11 x 5.75”. Exhibits fold-marks, light chipping along the edges, plus symmetrical staining. Text:

“JOHN and NICK have just returned from an extended hunt in jungles of North Carolina and have brought back with them..

A SURE ENOUGH REAL LIVE WOLF!

That is now on exhibition at the

BAR ROOM Of T. A. LIVENGOOD & CO.

He is perfectly harmless and is certainly a curiosity, well worth seeing. They also have in their numerous cages many other animals that are seldom see in this section, and all are cordially invited to call and see this vast collection free of charge….

WOLFISH For SOMETHING to Eat or DRINK

Let us inform you that this is the place to get it.

OUR TABLE AT ALL TIMES IS SUPPLIED with the nicest delicaces of the season, while BAR is stocked with pure and choice liquors.

Fresh Fish and Oysters kept on hand. Recollect we keep polite and attentative attendants in our establishment, and at all time will give you a cordial welcome. So call and see us.

Your Respectfully,

T.A. LIVENGOOD & CO…..WINSTON SALEM, NC.”

This broadside is a hoot, and one that every antiquarian collector should have, if not in his library of den, then certainly above his bar.

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