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2 . . THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, NOTEMBEK 30, 1892. , ' j"
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PaMlaaea Datlj aad Waekly at 1M lull!
A m, Boak lalaad, B
J. W. Potter,
twmm a Daily Ma -r non; Weakly aa.ga
par luu; In adranca f 1 .U.
All cosmaalcat'oni of critical a argwaeata
tta character, political ar rellrfana, mat have
real aaaa attached for pablieatioa. H aaeh
rtlelea will b printed OTer fctitiooa algaatarea.
Aaoyataas eoanicatloa aoi noticed.
Corraapoadeae solicited fraa every tawathlp
I oca laiaaa coonijr.
WSDITXSDAT, NOVEMBER SO. 1893
Tbb man who is perfectly propor
tioned weighs exactly 20 pounds for
every foot of his hiht.
Tbb national debts of Europe
amount to a total which is equivalent to
$55 for each inhb tant of the continent
The goveincrstip of Massachusetts Is
worth tome hinz now. Governor Rus
sell will get $8,000 a year during the con:'
lng term. He hr.s been getting only
Reaxoae fur an Extra Selou.
Congressman Cable, of I linois, carries
an unusually level heaJ upou hid shoul
ders. Lie is the young man who mm
aged the western headquarters of the
national democratic committees in the
recent campaign, aud under whose aus
pices the (states of Illinois and Wisconsin
were redeemed. What he says touching
the proposed extra session should com-
mand the attention of the country, and
especially the democratic party.
Congressman Cable thinks that the
Fifty-third congress should be co&ventd
in extra session next spring for reasons
which the Sentinel basset forth. The
country has, with tremendous emphasis,
demanded a reduction of the tariff to a
revenue basis. The demand should be
complied with without unnecessary de
lay. I ntu congress takes definite action
on the tariff there will necessarily be
considerable uncertainty in every branch
CI business. Manufacturers, merchants.
importers, shippers and everybody who is
engaged in production or traffic should
know at the earliest possible moment
what they have to expect, to that they
can govern themselves accordingly. It
will not be right to keep them in donbt
for 18 months or two years as to the ex
tent and character of the reforms which
the democratic party proposes to intro
duce into our revenue system.
Mr. Cable agrees with the Sentinel
that there will be no occasion for anv
extended investigation of the tariff ques
tion, or ror toe taking oi any testimony
whatever. Congress and the country
have been investigating this subject for
years and understand it pretty thorough
ly. He well says:
"The leading men in the new congress
will understand the needs of the country
and the wants of the people just as well
when they come here Washington in
Marco as iney win u they wait till the
Mr.Caole also declares that there will
be a necessity for an extra session arising
out or the dencit in the national treasury
which President Harrison will leaTo
when he departs from the white house
next month. Mr. Cleveland turned him
over a surplus of 1 100,000.000 four
years ago; he will, in turn bequeath to Mr.
Cleveland a deficiency of 100. 000.000.
Mr. Cable believes that the democrats
should lose no time in advising the
country, in the most effective way, of
the actual condition in which the Harri
son administration will leave the treas
ury. The most effective way he thinfea is
for President Cleveland to call congress
together in extra session, lay the facts
before it, and rtqucst it to provide
funds to meet the emergency, either by
selling bote's or by levying new taxes.
Mr. Cable is right. Tbe financial rec
ord of the Harrison administration 6hould
be brought sharply to tbe attention of the
country while it is yet fresh. The re
publican pmy came into power in 183S
on a platform pledging it to sacrifice the
revenue duties, and even the excise on
tobacco and whisky rather than yield a
single protective duty. It inherited a
surplus of tlOO.000.000. Tom Reed's
billion dollar coDgress started in to get
away wi;h this surplus at the earliest
possible moment. President Harrison
cooperated. Tom Reed's congress re
peated the revenue duty on sugar,
amounting to 150,000,000 annually, so
as to avoid the repeal or reduction of
any protective duty. It voted $10,000,
000 a year to the Louisiana sugar grow
ers It added $160,000,000 a year to the
annual pension charge. It made lavish
appropriations for other objects, and in
order to prevent a democratic house
from repealing them it made them per
manent that is, subject only to repeal
by the affirmative action of both houses
of cougress Meantime the administra
tion was buying bonds not yet due at
fancy premiums and paying many mill
ions to tbe bondholders for which the
government got no return. In due time
tbe $100 000 000 surplus was gone.
Then the $53,000 000 or more which had
been deposited by national banks for the
redemption of their oo'es was pounced up
on. It was a trust fund and bad always
been properly treated as such. But
the Harrison administration made short
work of it. It has disappeared, and tbe
public debt has been actually, although
not nominally, increased by lust so much
For months tbe treasury department has
been "shinning" and "kitng" postpon
ing expenditures for pensions and other
items, "Btandiog off' its small creditors,
"doctoring its statements, misrepresent
ing its actual condition to the public, and
acting, for all tbe world, just like a man
whose folly and extravagance have bank
rupted him. but who is trying to keep up
appearances, aopmg that something will
tarn up to save his credit, and, in any
event, struggling to postpone the evil
day of suspension as long as possible.
Buch recklessness, such profligacy,
- such wanton trifling with the financial
' interests entrusted to its care, as the re
publican party, by its agents, the Harri
son administration and the Tom Reed
congress have been guilty of, are without
precedent in our annals. The Ftftv-third
congress, democratic in both branches,
should assemble early next spring, to de
vise means for meeting the emergency
created by republican maladministration
and legislative profligacy. In this way
me reeponsiDimy ror the actual demora
lization of public finances could te placed
where it belongs. At this seat ion con
gress should pass comprehensive and
radical measure of tariff reform. Before
adjournment it ought to be able to find a
day for the repeal of the federal election
laws and tbe pessaee of enabling acts for
the admission of the democratic territor
ies of Utah, New Mexico and Arizona.
We agree entirely with Congressman
Cable regarding the expediency of an
extra session of the Fiftv third oonvress.
It looks, now, indeed, as if it might
prove an absolute necessity.
Heart Oistas Curable.
The truth of this statement miy be
dmbted by many, but when Dr. Franklin
Miles, tbe etainett Indian specialist,
claims that heart disease is curHe and
proves it by thousand o' testimonies o'
wonderful cun s by his new he-irt cure,
it attracts the attention of the millionc
suffering with short breath, pa pitation.
irregular pu!s3, wind in stomuct, pain ii
side or6houlder, smothering sneMs, faint
ing, drorsv, etc.! A. F. Dtvjs. Siver
Crtek. Neb , by usicg four bf.ttles of
Dr. Miles New Ilsrt Cure, vi as com
pletely cured after 12 years' sufferini:
from heart (lisease.l B.cks fre.
S r voua Prostration .
A larce manufacturer, whose affnirs
were very much etnoarra?e.l. nnd who
was overworked aud broks a t'ovn with
nervous exhaustion, went to a clebrated
specialist. He was told that the onl
thiDg needed was t be relieved of care
worry, and have a change of thought.
This doctor was more considerate of hi?
patient's health than of his financial cir
cum-tanct8 He ought to hive advised
him to use Miles' Restorative Neivi; e. the
best remedy for j nervous prestation,
sleepless, dizziness: headache, i I effee'e
of spirits, tobacco.' coffee, opium, etc.
Thousands testify to cures. Eook and
trial bottle free at Hartz & Bahnien's.
Miles' Nerve and Liver PJla.
Act on a new principle regul uing tbe
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Tr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousnees, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cents. Sam Dies free at Hartz & Babn
sen's. Bot Springs tkin Salve.
This salve is a fatty preparation of
petrolatum combined with evaDorated
salts from the Hot Springs, Arkansas, and
is recommended for any and all skio
troubles and eruptions. Hot Springs
OBin oaive is particularly reconmended
ror fimples, Eczema. Sore NiDDles. Itch
Itching Piles. Tetter, Barber's Itch, Scald
ead. Irritation and Itching of the Scalp
Ona Minn a.
One minute s time oi ten makes a great
difference a one minute renedv foi
Bronchitis, choking up of th throat,
lungs, etc., of course is a great blessing
Cubeb Cough Cure is such a remsdy.
Cubeb Cough Cure One Minute.
A SemartcaMa TJiacnvurv.
A remarkable discovery is one of the
enronic proclamations or advertmprs
Cubed Cough Cure is not such, it is ar.
established remedy with knowi merit,
made on scientific principles by exper
ienced chemists. It t.ffords instant rn.
lief, and is called the one minute remedy,
for it stops coughing at onci. rjacs not
Cure but gives terrmornrv relief tn rnn.
sumptives, and absolutely cures all other
affections of the throat, lungs, e c. For
croup, whooping couth ard colds of
cntinren uuoea uougn Lure is vMjable.
Erause's Headache Canailles nnlibt-
many remedies are perfectly harmless.
ana contain no injurious substaice, and
will stop any kind r.f a headache, wiii
prevent headsches caused hv nverindnlo-.
ence in food or dntk lite at night. Price
25c; for Bilebv dru.'Sists
When Baby was sick, -we gave iurr east lrla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Cactoria.
When Rhe became MLss, she clung to Gistoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves
the bowels each day. Most people need
to use it
For beauty, for comfort, for i nprove
ment of the complexion, use only Poz
zoni's Powder: here ia nothing equal to.
Coughing leads to consu-nption
Kemp's Balsam will g.op the cough at
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND Mr COMPLEXION 18 BETTEB.
Ht doctor an it acW irentlv on the Mori aoh. ri
and kidnpva. and la a pleaaani laxative. Ihla drink
la mada from nertoa, and 1 prepared fornat a. mbUj
M lea. It U called
All drainrlan iell It at 80c. and $1.80 per packag.
B07 one to-day. Lane', family Medici i. move
the bewela each day- tu ardor to be lmUtbj, tbM
I TVS J-.,J . 1 LEQAL rJZT7l . I III ! I I, ! ,xMM
hikes child b?rth easy.
Oolvtrx, lift. Doe. a, IPS'?. Mr wife use
MOTHER'S PaiEND before her third
confinement, and save eo would not bo
without it (or hundreds ot dollars.
I DOCS MILLS,
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Sent by exprr on ivceipt of price. J1.50 per bot
tle, took " To Mo-lwrs" iuaitod f nee.
! BDFIELO AEQULATOft OO,
ron v ft oftueaiv-r. ATLANTA. GA.
All tot wm
Successfully Treated T'jrnn the
j Iaest Scientific Principle.
No Exptrimentr r.r k a)fe RepTuta
j tions. Contulta itvi. Examination
i and Advice Fre &ne Ovi:-
At Harper House, Wedn.--.sda.3-,
H" h4 yrrr of exv' ripce in the rg, t hatpl
tl in the cunt r ami i r. liaut o. acveril f
the best college in te I'nit'd 8 te, a. i k
u-t returned from a t nr of the irge.-t hof.p ul
In Europe, where he r.a b on tnd, idk fie la'tat
and moot Improved mrthtxlf of treating th. dis-eai-eg
of afaich he makea a specially.
He ba tad years of ierienie prior to hit
European Trip, and it wel. kron in ibid vicin ty
a be hna card handrcd In vonr city and Vic ic
ily, in the la-t three year, 'lie takes no incur
able di ee, bjt haaenred hnndre-a who bar
ben tivi d up aa incurable by I.k al physicians.
Acute nc chror ic caurrh. chr nic rl rrhr
painful or euppres-ed nier vruai'oa. tcflsraatioa
of tbe womb. iLflamation of ibe bladder, diabetes,
dyspep-ia, cnnsiipaiion, kidney, nricary and
bladder irouble. Briubi's disease, tape woraia,
crooked limbs and enlar ed joint. club loot,whit.
swe hug. nervousness and (rener.I debility, Imp.-ti-ncy.
lencorrrua, pimples, b'otcbes, cancer,
dropsy, gravel gleet, gonorrhoea, hydrocele, h art
d'sraae, hsttria, t. Vitns dance, paralysis,
rheumatism, ssttma, female weakness, etc
All furgical operations performed.
Kpilai st or His positively cured.
Piles cared witbout pain, knife or eaastlo.
B ood and skin dtoeanes cored by lmprovt d and
neiver failing remedie
Btis ! ross eyes cured In one minnte without
pain. Weak, watery eje, droppimg lids, granul
ated lids, eore eyes of any form, will hairs, cat
rract. false pupils, sp as, acumi. turninii in and
ut of lids.
Ea Nosses and deafness, ulceration, dis
charges, polypus, etc.
h'oss Nasal catarrh, polypus of the noee. plas
tic opera ions, .to. Dr. Wallers can absolutely
and pnnnei tlr cur. any case of catarrh that
ever existed. He honestly beT'eve he can show
a greater record of rases f catarrh cured than all
other pbyslciaas in tbe stale.
Small lumo a, cancers, warts, moles, etcl.r.
moved w ithout acids, anile, pain or scar. New
tetbod, Electrol sis.
Ladies That "tired" feeling and all the female
weakness! s are promptly cured, Bl.jat:ng. head
aches, nervous provtratlon, geucral tebihty,
sleenlessness, depress!, n. indigestion, cv&rlun
tronb es. Inflammation and nloeiation, falling and
displacements, spinal weakness, kidney com
plaints, and change of ltf.
Orcikal Wihsim Immediately cured aad
frill vieor restored. This distress ng affliction,
whicu renders life a burden and marriage impos
sible, is the peralty puid by the victim of impro
per indu'gence. The most chaste must ecknow
1e.1t e 1 bat the passions are the great magnet by
whicii the wl.o e world is attrac ert. destroy
them and what have e? Man is no lonst-r iri'i r-
Kleu in ihe opposite sex; the intercaaiigi- of that
blissful repose which now attracts and inter, j s
the whole wurld exists no longer; man cvaies to
be what fiod made him; the wcirid is no lont'cr in
terectiiig to him, and tcmorseand di atinnintment
are his cons ant companions. onsolt Dr. Waller
nt once, and yon will find the enipathy aLd re-
net uiai ou positively require to he happy.
Ken ember the ilate. and come earlv. as h
rooms are always crowded wherever be goes.
man P. Walter, M. D.,
Ksalthful, Agreeable, Cleansing.
Ohappsd Hands, Wounds, Eorna, Zto
Komovti avnd Prevent a Sajadmtt,
mimm fauily soap,
Best for General Household Use
3 TO 0 DAY8.
f AN ABSOLUTS CURE FCW
WILL NOT CAURt
BTKICTURE. AK KM
BitQ ko pain, no sta;m-
svu. ikSTaucnoNa wrr each j
oTTut at suk. arjoairra
Central Cbnal Co,
utjaavo ana feorhk
T . THOMAS Sole Acent
j Kork Isiana.
POTION TO 8KLLFKAL .,TV. jjijU' j :i j j W tf'j " '
stat of Illinois, I j I '. i' ij rsu:s ; Uft dy ir o'r h'A .c
T. tke Dec- tober tennJA. U. ltL. f tU county
IB lirHi;e. i
tke Bu:Wt.e estate af Wl;lira J. h'.
.i.a. Seuafer. Jr . . irraraHrator Cum tettamm.
af tke laat will and tes ament of W,I
ii,sS. JofeniMW, deceased, petitioner, vs. John
a Jvlmsoa, Myroa hlrworth J. bnson, t hsrlt s
lrswo Jenn-oa, William C Joh.u itamuel C.
Jnknsoti, Rebecca Stanle)', Ai na Hewitt, Martha
K. beniam d, Martba L. Mm tin, garan L. Hewitt,
lilla K. Rickea aad Kmioa K. Martin, defend
auta Petition to soil rea e-tateto pay debts f
1e tke anove nr.med nn rtixdm t defendants,
SEd each of tb. to. I i
Aclivt of your non-res'dence having been
filed 'ti ihe office of the elerk ttf lt d cour.ty court,
u 01 ire be-eby given lo you, that the above
nned peiiiii er has tiled in said court
hi-petit 'on for the sale of real estite of which
aid: Wi'liam iv. Johnson die I seized,
in which yon are named d-fendauls;
idi a ruiiiru' ns naa oeen duly la-lied ! in
aid cause against you returnahie lo the next A rm
of eidd rouiiiy court to be begun an.t ho den at the
. ourt bou lu lh- city of hock Is and in Bald
coun:- u the first . onlay of I ecu inner, Aj 1
lei, at h ch time and place yon will appear and
;i a 1. mutt, ori'.en.ur to raid petition if yon see
St. aud to or your defaoit will lie entered unless
O'l app . in naid court by the first Sloi.day of
r 4 -uaP y lerrx- nexr.
Rock Istakd, 111. .November 12, A. n. isirj
'ler of raid court.
"VtesvT Jl Vi ALKB't, Attorn s for petition
jOilCX Tu CONTRACT ri 8.
So !ed npiro-iils will he r,celvd r t
clo I'eofflc-, Ki.ek 1-land, III. :n, til Deo. 19, lb,
in o p. -.i ., to consimcti'e Ibe improve i'i.ts
orlered by an ordnance of sid eiiy. entitled
"An ordinance for ibe 1 i.pn.veinent of Ta-co-tt
til street frox'tlie MMith In . of Ninth avenue
t thv- ronh 1 ne f Kl,'hteenth avenue," psu-ed
August 8. lf'.m, a'l.-o "An onlinanc- for the im
in vement of r bnnh avi uue from the west line
of Kir-i str. et ic) ihe wi st line of Twentieth st. eet
and iroru the east line of Twei ty third street to the
west li e of Twtniy-four h -treet. and f Twentv
fourtb street frotu the . uth lin of Third avenue
to the north linei of Fijth avenue." pas ed ct
17, 194 and for fn ni-hing - he mater al a d doing
Me work according lo the , lans and spec ficatins
on ft e nt the city clerk's o ce.
Bla k biiie will i e lurt.ished on application.
Hids must be sep,rate for e- ch lmprovenmnt
above specified, ami sccompan td with a certified
check in tbe sum of ;m)0, i ayhle to the order of
ilie treasurer of aid city, whieb shall become for
feited to saia city in cae .he b. doer shall fail to
enter into contract with approved sureties to exe
cute the work for tne price mi-ctioneo i"' b.s bid,
and according to the plans and specific Hons in
he event tbat tbe contract si-ould be awarded to
Th. turrit to reject any and all bids or pro
posa a is hereby expiesely reserved bv sa.d city
Kock Island, 111., November, 26. !
j KOBEKT K. EHLKB.
I tity Clerk,
JOTIOK TO CONTRACTOK8.
Sealed proposal " will be received at the City
Clern office. Kock Island. HI., until Hon da.
Pec 19, 189 atS o'clock p n.. for c ns. roc ting
:he improvement ordered by an o dinince of
ald eity entitled ' An ord nance for the con
struction of a storm itraln from tbe weal aide ot
Seventeenth street and Ninth a d Tenth av, naea
to the west -ide of Twenty-fifth sfeet,-' passer
Nov. , 189. Plans and specifications lor aaid
Improvement on the City rUrk'a office.
Al bids must be aceomnaiiied with iwpun.rf
check In the sum of isCO for the proper perfor in
ane of the contract if secured. ,
The citv reserve the r ght to reject any
v4 all ' . i rl J -
specificattors on file at tb. city clerk's oBce.
iioca Island, 111., Nov. S6. 18S. i
' i I i Jlt Clerk.
Estate of Joseph Rinnan, deceased.
The endersiimed havinD h.n inM,,
or the last Willi aud testament of .lounh
Kinna, late .f the eonntv of Hock Islatd
rtate ol Illinois, deceased, hereby irivea notice
at. ,he wU1 'PI1"! be'we the county court of
Hock Island county, at the office of the clerk of
UMl Mnrt in lh. -... nf u L. i i x . . . .
- ' vi .wm ivia.uu.si i tie dan-
oary rm. on tbe first Monday In January nen,
al which time all persona having cla ma against
ML1u nucrwu w Biteun
For the nnmn, nt hinn. ih. .... .i... i .
r , - - - miub.iujuhi;ii, A U
iersons Indebted toeaid estate are requested to
tjun-i.i io toe lii. u rsiwiiOa.
Im.. thi. , .. .. . I . n. .
M mm ,D, uaj ,11 .iOifUlWr, A. If. irV.fl.
. a. "ai i aan j&xecutor
L ' i
ittstnte of Ellen Mldldcham, Deceased.
The nnh,.rui(n...H h.H... K j
, ' , ' '" 1 11 iMjiiiiea e .
ecnroroftbe last will and testament of bllenMid
1 etm, late of the county of Hock Island, stale f
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he wi,
ir -wuivrc luc county court oi Kock Islat
xnaty,at the office of the clerk of said court ti
env r.f Rrirk ImIutiH at tv,.. l.n... ' .
" " 1 - .uv unuii.lj, , 1 III . I
the First Monday in January next, at which tin.e
all rmnimiHhiirina il,ini. .roin.t . . - . .
r. s ...........t r.iu i pinit; art-
noticed and requested to attend for the purpose or
n..riMur,ju,iru. ah persons lnuenie
o aid estate are requested to make immediate
aytnent to the endersiimed.
i'steu imp -.'no osv or r-ovomner. A. D 1894.
WM. OC-Mi'S ONE, Executor.
DTICE OF AIT..ICATIOX FOR TOLL ROAD-
Tto all whom it may concein :
Notice s nereov eivi n that ih. nnittM;.
Drury T 11 Ho. d tfimpaiiy, a corporal ion', wid. -t
inei ui-ii fi'Mini ot i 1 e ronrj-y ooard of -he
coitmv o' Rock I-lan . in the siato ,r n,r...i. ,
be te d in thconri hone building in the citv" of
Hoik I land, insnlil oonntv, on the 18th ilav of
lieember, A.D. 1"2, pe it o a it ai...ly lo' the
said countv hoard for leave to establts1- a gravel
lol jroad from t,a Iiiinoin end of he hrit'g of the
hi useani e o'la.-e company acioss the " jsio-'rimni
rive- at M sea in i lowu nnd th.
agouti asterlt direction ac oss th low l-tjd" to
theihlnffs, locom-eit with a public highway lea1
tnglover said b'ullH.commi n.y known as the lli
roiifin ro d."and io locate said tall -road on
pornoasof th- pu li faighwan heretofore existing
across said low land, at which time and lace you
can appear and heard If you see fit 'O do o
'"'tu ai hotk isiann. ill.. November 14 A D
18B RURV T 'LL ROAD 4SIMP :Vjv
'rsKNST A WaLCML Atlva-fos mnAA r.nM rrv-ii
Roid ( itrrp n-. t i
PBOFESSIOI. AL CARDS
AJTTORNET AT LAW-Offlce in Mitchell
I JACKSON & HURST, i
S SWIllVPTD T, T rxm - . .
k 1 "a", umcn in HOCK IBlll ft
a National Bank a) uilding, Ro -.k Island, 111.
. a a boh it. ! , o.i,mtn
8WEEXEY at WALKER,
TTtRSBT8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAV
Omce in Bengslon's hlook. Rock Island, m.
McEJflRY & WcESIKf,;
ITPTrRNEY'S AT LAW Loan money cn gooi
eenrity, make collections. Reference, Kitch
eBALynde. bankers. Offloe in Postoffic. block
S. VT. ODLLL, ' !
TTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
a and during the past two years with the firm of
Srownmg & Entriken at Moline, has now opened
AvJce J-.nditorlam building, room S, at
came. I i
C. J. Sbarlb. 8. W Sbablb.
SEARLE & BEARLE.
I TTOHNETSand ConnseUors at Law and So
iUf ,n c'nsncTT ; office Bciord's block.
aorja 1 stand.
Dr. Renison's Reliable Remedy. Famous rverv-
Ihj"-i tT." i " ". prompt ant
fleoto&l The ongtnai m cman't talvation. Price
l sent diact, sealed; tnformatioo free. Addraas
mi v-w., noeurn, aiasa
rTORNET AT It
Lynde's new block.
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A :. . ft t i ;
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for the World's Fair,
' ! We are , sell
You get a
A Work of
We devote the entire
ing the People's
Souvenir and Rare
U. S. I5 Goldpiece i3ii
U. S. 1804 Silver Dol'af
U. S. Half-Dollar 1706
U. S. 1802 Silver 5 -Cer-t Piece
U. S. 1856 Eagle Penriyf
U. S. 1793 Copper Ccni (Ameri)
Queen's Jubilee 5-Sovreign, Eng.
Napoleon's 100-day sfrJ, French.
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Money for Sale!
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Original;; l PN F
in I Souvenir Coin
Design. fnrLn nAtlt
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King William Coronation, Ger. 1S61
! German "Peace" Coins '1S7 1
! This will be I toe best
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A World's Fair Souvenir Coin ' ! 1 I i
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A National Heirloom for only $1.00.
I Under A'ctj of Congress -e ' have I 5,000,000 j
Souvenir! Coin?, of the denominciion of j 50 cents I
each. Thatj the money nay go ..s far as po-JtiN.--. ;
and that all th? people maj' have aichancie ; f- ' rn- ;
, cure these r.jrtistic and patriotic Si'itvenirs of ti i.; i-'.vu
1 Exposition, we have resolv ;d to oi:'cr the whole issue I
for sale at ?i.oo each. j i- ! j J j !
Apply jo any Ba,nk, or send rosl OfSce or Express Money Order,
Bank Draft,' or Registered Letter for as many coins as you wish, with
instructions j how to send them to yoju, to j j j , j ;
TREASURER WORLD'S; COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION.
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Patronize Home Indiistry andiPrctect the Labor of America
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ana vtj Oaoda Hodbp generally
; JOHN gipson, I
I HORSE HOEH
li do located In hit new hcp, ; j M I : , j
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tUghtrtoe.a.pc.i.Ky. , j ; Oppoalta tb. Old
City 'Bus and
Telephone Bock island or Harper Hotels for bus or express
wagon and yoo will
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standard value, -worth two for onf
tnd more than that to you.
half-dollars for a dollar a-piece,
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Art in itself.
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iimount towards developin?
Great ' Fair.
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J J.oo 900.00
1. 00 900.00
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you ever made
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Filth Avenue, Chicago
receive pron pt attention, : I
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