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THE AUGUS. L BDAT, D1C. .Mlil. 3.
Tabnafced Daily aad; Weekly U lttt Second
Avenue, Boek bland, L.
a Daily tOe r nanth; Weekly St.00
per anBam; In advance f 1 .60.
11 eeamnnlcat.oiii of a critical or arpnmenta
tare character, political or religious, mast have
teal same attached for publication. Mo aoch
artleles will be printed over flctiti.os signatures.
Aaaymoue communieatloas not noticed.
lojresnondenee solicited from every townsnip
la Kock Island coaoty .
Saturday, December 3. 1893
Tfb weltb of the Kussian church is
aid to be so great as to be almost in-
At Nor walk, O , a man baa just re
ceived bis second divorce from tbe same
woman. A Davenport man enjoyed a
similar domestic distinction a few years
Gene8eo Ntws: BieU's comet. Bland
ays, gets around once in COOK jears. I;
will be around again wben tbe little man
with tbe big bat is elected to a second
A Washington dispatch cocvejs tbe
Information thai Speaker Crisp and bit
friends have been making quiet bat im
portant canvass among tbe members o?
tbe Fifty-third congress, with tbe result
that the semi-official announcement is
Bade today that there will be no opposi
tion to tbe Georgia man's re-election to
tbe speakership when that congress
meets. Tbe Crisp men are led to tbi
belief by tbe fact that the gentlemt-n who
TOted as Mr. Mills' lieutenants are tbe
ones to come forward with essuraocis to
Mr. Crisp of getercus support from
what used to be called the "Mills" set
Ooe of the men closest to Rrgvr Q Mills
baa always been ex-Go v Savers, of
Texas. Now Mr. Saytrs voices the feel
ing of the old Mills pet by declaring th.
Speaker Crisp has earned a re-elecioo
and will get it without any opposition.
Tins newij t ecicd governor and other
tate officers assume their duties on tbe
second Monday in Jxnuary nr-xf. Tbe
county officers who were elected assume
control of their office the first Monday
in this month, Tbe legislature mee's on
Wednesday after tbe flr?t Monday in
Beit January. Shelby M. Cullom'sterm
as Urjit"d Slates senator expires on
March 4, 1895. and the legislature, which
was elected November 8 h, does not
ehcl his successor. The cntt".tution of
tbe state of Illinois provides thht there
bail be 51 senatorial distr'c's in tbe
stite. At tbe present rata of population
this would ruake about 75.000 people in
each senatorial district Tbe Oenesto
R public attempts to get consolation
out of tbe situation by figuring that "Rock
Ielund ami Uenry, now tbe Tw ntr-flrht
ftinrict, bad a population of tenly 70.000
by tbe census of 1890 md probably have
m r ;now. Iv is probable that thty will
be continued cs a dittric', though
Bureau. Patnam, Stark and Henry would
m ke a compact disir'ct of about 82.000
population; Whiteside, Carroll and
Henry would make another compact dis
trict of 82 000 Any possitli combi
nation that can be figured out will leave
Htry in an overwhelmingly republican
The Ideal Husband.
This is a woman's description of an ideal
A temperate, moral, intellectual, truth
ful, energetic, affectionate, thoughtful,
forgiving, Chri.st.ian man, who chooses a
wife for her mtnd and heart rather than
face, and waits until sure be has found tbe
right one; who neither scolds nor laughs
at his wife and never contradicts her in
pnblic; who loves home and children and
has certain means for making an hon
est, comfortable living; who is econom
ical, but not stingy, and unless wealthy
keeps bis life insured; who understands
that women have nerves, need money, en
joy pretty things And are happier for being
Where Bella Are Cut
We not only us many chimes in this
country, but make them. Troy is the great
American center for producing church
chimes. The Troy bells are said to equal
the most celebrated chimes of Europe in
everything but age and historical associa
tion. The ten Delia of St. Thomas' church
were made In Troy and were put np in
1874. There are ten also in Grace church
chime, the largest which is called the rec
tor's bell and is always used for tolling
weighing 2,835 pounds. The Grace church
chime cost $8,000. New York Sun.
Couldn't Be Elm.
"That is not papa," said tbe youngest as
tbe new photograph was being handed
round at home.
"Why not?" asked bis mother.
"Because that man In the picture bad
uch a oiceamileon his face." Exchange.
The Handsomest of All Coins. . -
This proud distinction la generally conceded to
the TJniwd States 20-dollar gold piece, a msrve!
f brauty in deslcn and finish. The loveliest of
God's handiwork is a handsome woman, if in thi
bloom of health ;'if (he is not. Dr. Pierce' Favor
tte f rescriotion "ill restore her. Ladles who nw
ibis peerless remedy are unanimous in ite praise.
for it sores those countless ills which are the bane
f vh'clr sex irregularities, dragging-down pains.
aafWrnniation, hysteria, sleeplessness, and the
"all-gone" sensations which burden their dallj
thm. . A ton e and nervine, withoat alcohol.
Fits All fits stopped free by Dr
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No flu
after the first day's use. Msrvelouf
cores. Treatise and S3 trial bottle free to
ft eases. Send to Dr. Kline, 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by all
siitK. on yours.
As pnblic opinion is alow to move it may
well be worth while to hav the principles
of rational, honest politics taught in our
schools and colleges to a greater extent
than is at present done. We hear much
talk in school convention of "teaching
patriotism." Jiut how is 1; to be taught?
The practice of cheering the flag, of learn
ing the biographies of some of our leading
statesmen, or of learning t- believe, with
out knowing why, that oar country is the
strongest and best on earth, will have little
effect toward remedying ou r present polit
Civil government is something more
than the written constitution, the names of
the officers, the dates of ele tion and other
auch facts as are taught In our text books
on civil government. Tbe civil govern
ment that will help our children to set
ideas which later will be of practical use
in politics is that which shows the princi
ples of party government, the methods of
making i)cm:nui.ions, of currvin'ielections,
of making appointments to .T.-tt, and all
the other details r' our political life as it
in fact is nianat Vopether with the facts
of political history and science which show
that, however valuable in carrying single
elections and advancing local interests, dis
honest political scheming may be in the
long run the interests of states, as of indi
viduals, are furthered by hon est principles;
that great public questions are not set
tled till they are settled right, because
"the power in men that makes for right
eousness" is, after all, who l men's eyes
are opened, the dominant ote. Profeasor
Jenks in Century.
A Girl's Inconsistency.
A girl who emphatically affirms that
poor, tired out men ought not to feel
obliged to rise and offer a -woman their
seats in a crowded car, and who considers
it rudeness of the worst type not to thank
them for said courtesy, writes the follow
ing in her confiding journal:
I am mad; mad; modi I have to stand
up going down to work and I have to statu!
up coming home. I have not had a seat in
a street car for three months, and am think
ing seriously of getting a car of my own in
the shape of a bicycle.
The selfish man stm to glory in watch
ing a woman baiiginjj to a trap. Tbey
either try the ostrich scherre of hiding
their beads or calmly fald up i heir papers,
screw their faces into a draft -you-wish-you-were-me
expression and glare .he spots off
Then when the dear m:in cmes to his
getting off place l.e proceeds t: tangle his
feet up with yor.r t !:::!!, knuei. all the pro
miscuous ljuiii;rs from your ;irms, aDd in
some strung manner known only to him
self set your 1 ;;t :ilout twenty decrees out
of its prope r position.
Before yen can catch your I reath some
smiling maid n has calmly taken posses
sion of the longed for place. New York
llleplisvntb I-ov for Finery.
Strange as it may seem, the elephant ia
passionately fond of finery and delights to
See himself decked out with gorceons
trappings. The native princes .f India are
very particular in choosing the r state ele
phants, and will give fabulous sums for
an animal that exactly meets the some
what fanciful standards they have erected.
For these they have made cloth -i of silk so
heavily embroidered with gold that two
men are hardly able to lift th ?m. Pear
son s W eekly.
A Popular Hit of Music
Mr. Crowe con-.posed the fan ous "See
saw" waltz merely for his children, and
had sucji a p-or opinion of its Merits thrt
he sold tbe copyright t.i MeL.Ier for a few
founds. The publisher leared over 73.
fJUfi. State of O .u, on i i jicdu, (
Lu- county t
Frink J. Oiitnev m .ki.'s oitii ib he
is lt-e senior partner of the fin; of F. J.
Cdeney & Co., doine; bu -inc?? in the Ci:v
of Toledo. County and Stf.re afrr ea;d
stid that fettiii firm will pay the sum of
!00 for each and every case o' C trth
that cannot be cured by tbe use o; ilzM'i
Cat r.rrh Cure. Fr ink J Cheney.
Sworn to before me r.nd subset. bid in
my presence, thu 6th day of Decern at-r,
A D 1868.
SF.AI. A W. Gl.BAaoN
Notary lo ;.!.-.
Hll's Citarrh Cure is tttken internal!
aud acta directly on tbe blood ani
r.uicouB surfaces of tbe system. S n1
for testimonials, free.
Address F J.Cheney &Co.,Toled ,0
.-'old 'v druggists. 75c.
I had a malignant breaking out on r.iy lz
iuw the knee, and wascuredsound md we!;
h two and a half botdes cf
hjr blood medicines had faded jfc -jy g
. da me any good.
Tiras troubled from childhood with n-i ?.
vntM rase of Tetter, and three bottle i.'.
-ffcSfSA cured me permanently.
',VJ$J Wiuai Man;;.
3g sin HuniUe.l.1
T.r liook on Blood and Skin Diseases mr.iir-
For Eorses, Cattle, Sheep, Cogs, Etga,
500 Pace Book on Treatment of Animals
anal Chart Heal Free,
cram Fevers,fnreMlaaa, InflammittUa
A.A.I Spinal Jnamina-itia, Milk tev-r.
U.K. traiaa, Ltmnutm Kheaaaa lsaa.
'.('. DiHteniprr, IS asm 1 Diacharsjea.
1.I. Bote ar (irabe, Werma.
1.. E 4 mnghm, Ileavvea, Pneaaaaatau
oltc wt ripe, Hrllrache.
ti.ii IMiacarrlaEe. Hensrrkages.
11.11. I rinary and Kldner Diaeaaea
1.1. Eraptive Iliseaaea, Mauve.
J.K. liease ef licesilaa, Paralreta,
Single Bottle (over SO doaesX - -Stable
Case, with Fporlflcs. Manual,
Veterinarj C'tre OU and Medicatur, S fS)0
Jar Veterinary Care Oil, - 1.00
SalS hf Brasthtoi m aiisalS Bswaws sa4 (a
larBurrg'aiD. co., i n a nt wmm sc, xv Tsrk.
H0KE0FATEIC f ff
In umm Ski firs Thm onW imcc mmtn nmsur fat
Ksnrous Debility, Vital Weakness,
and Pronratkm, from oTar-work or other ea aa.
S)l par Tial, or C Ti -Ja and tars rtl podr, for SO.
Sold hj ifrosriau. or aciit pottpaidMi reca'tii of ica
r.:Tz.t-.'r.) nu. i l ill su,Xww isn.
flick Ttradache and relieve "1 the troubles
dent So a billons aiate of the eycteta, sue'
Dlzxineaa, Kansea, Droirsinera, Dirtrni aftci;
eating. Tain In the Side, A a. VThils thftiriac?S
remarkarle success baa beea shown in cnxf
Beadaebe. yt Cnrter'a Uttlo tree- P-If E.N.
txiually valnable in Oonatlratir'n. caring an" i"
venting this annoying complain t. while tlioy
Kver and regulate the boirela. Ktou it tiiey onij
' n IB HQ BBK
Aeba tney woalil bo almost prleeleBsto !irir 1
oifer from thladistresaing complaint; but fort
Bateiy theirgoodneaB do nofcond hrre,art tio
who once try them will find ineso little piUa val1 v
ble In eoLJuiy ways that they vill not be vZ
;i.g to do wiUiont them. But after allaici lie.
Xsfhebaneof so many lives that borehwbara
we make our great oout. OnrpUlacoroitwhlla
Others do not.
Carter'a Little liver Pills are very small ana
very easy to take. One or two ltlla mate o do.
They are atricfly vegetable and do no gripe of
purge, but by Uiair gentle action please all wha
naethsm. InvialsatiScenta; SveXTfl. Said
by druggists evsrywliue, or sent by iuL
CARTER WEOlCiNE CO.. Now York.
SMALL NIL SMWi OOSL SMALL PRICt
Dr. Berry's Sanitarium,
Located In the most fashionable, quiet and d
rightful portion of Chicago, near Lincoln Park.
Founded by Dr. Berry for the skillful and scleu title
treatment and cure (when curable) of all de
forniities. nervousdiaeayM, thront and lnnn
diseases, akin dlseaaes and chronic alcera,
dlHeaaes of women, diseases of the kidneys
and bladder, and nil curable chronic diseases
of whatever nature they may be. The sanitarium
Is under the personal supervision and care of Dr.
Berry himself, but there Is In addition a resident
physician, a matron and skillful nurses always In
Ur. Berry's Reparation as a specialist Is so
yell known In Chicago that there Is no necessity
for references, but for the benefit of those llvlua
away from Chicago, we refer to the following :
REFERENCES TO CURED PATIENTS.
Mr. H. Canr.ineham, 539 S. Lake St., Aurora.
111., cured of Catarrh and Deafness. K"r. R. J. H.
Arscott, 11G3 W. Harrison St.. Chicago, cured of
Salt Kheum of the hands and feet. llrs. Henry
Rose, Downs, Mclean Co., III., cured of severe
Catarrh. Miss Nellie Johnson, Morris. 111., cured
of catarrh. Mr. C. N. Mason, of Kensington. UL,
cured of Nervous Debility. Mrs. N. Btadtfield.
1419 Fiftieth St.. Chicago, cured of Neuralgia,
Mr. J. J. Keller, 2SG Warren Ave., Ch lento, cured
of Skin Disease (plmplesl. Mr. D. J. Whlttaker,
Clyde, O., cured of Nervous Frustration. Mr.
Chas. Walker. Lyons. Iowa, cured of Skin Disease
(eczema) of 60 years" duration. Mr. John Larson,
25SCourtland St.. Chicago, cured of Catarrh and
Neuralgia. Mr. M. C. Murphy. Summit, 111., cured
of Skin Disease, (salt rheum) and hundreds or
others whose pictures and the history of wuost
cases are all printed In Dr. Berry's book on
REFERENCES TO BUSINESS MEN.
H. H. Cooley, of Gregory. Cooley ft Co.. TTnloD
Stock Yards, Chicago; J. T. Roberts, Manager
Hurler's. 161 State St.. Chicago; Harvey Jenney, of
the Jenney-Graham Co., 102 Madison St. Chicago;
D. S. Morse. Western News Co., 40 Randolph St.,
Chicago; Robert Ansley. Chicago Herald , 154 Wash
ington St.. Chicago; Robert Long, of Marshall
Field and Co., Washington and State Sts., Chicago
a- Weinberg, Adams. Westlake Manufacturing
Co., Ontario and Franklin Sts., Chicago, and many
others, all prominent business men of Chicago,
whose names and statements are given In full In
Dr. berry's bonk on Chronic Diseases, Send lor
one. There is no charge.
THE EMINENT CHICAGO SPECIALIST.
Vreats and cures Catarrh, Skin and Nervous Dis
eases, Including n in pies. Freckles, Blotches, Salt
Rheum, Eczema, Superfluous Hair, Tumors, Scro
fula and nil Skin Diseases; Diseases of the Ear,
Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma. Consumption and all
Diseases of the Nose. Throat and Lungs; Loss of
Strength and Vitality, Backaches, Headaches,
Weaknesses of Different Organs. Neuralgia. Dis
eases of tbe Kidneys and Bladder, Diseases of
Women and all Diseases of the Nervous System,
Nervous Debility, Varicocele and all Deformities,
Ir. Berry Cures Catarrh.
Dr. Berry Cores Skin Dl
Dr. Berry Cures Nervous Diseases.
DT. Berry's Chicago offices are located at 1(4
State St., Chicago, Mid he makes a point every
areek of publishing new cures of patients, in the
Saturday Evening Newt, Sunday Heraid, etc
For full Information regarding Sanitarium,
Treatments, Charges, etc., also for Dr. Berry's
jook, on Chronic Diseases, address
DR. a H. BERRY,
1W State BL. Chicago, IX
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&JUt VntlUC UCU auftermjj from Seoilna;
TJh3UUIlC MLNand Nenrooa Debility
&Sim Loss of Memory, Despondency, etc.
etui ftAj-lv InflLsnrntiona r ratiipr i-aiiimfji: aJun
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3ey and Bladder troubles, etc., will flud our MqUmxJ
r Treatment a Safe, Certain and Speedy CTRK.
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--bo bas bIi. special auentioo to theas
lUlaeanes tor many years, prescribes eml
leal I'astillea wbich an directly upua tbs
J diseased organs, and restore vigor bettai
wan utnmaca aiamcinea. as toer are not
ohantf od bytbe gastric 1 utce and require uo
onanye or aietoriuterrupuoDinDUKUieas
costing from S3.UU to tl5.Hu. uied witb xux
fKllina imrrnaa fnr n,rr thi-tY rmn 1.. r
'lU-ams private practice. Gle uiem a trial.
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pB.TTIiW TO 6ELLPKAL EST AT 10.
STATB P ILLINOIS, I
KOCS lsHHD COCNTI. ( '
Te the December term4A. D. 183?.of the coaoty
urt. In probate.
In tbe matter of the estate of Wiiliam X. Jt.hn
Jobn Sckafer. Jr.,aiminlrtraior Cvm ttstamtn-
mnntxo of the lat will and P-rtamen; of Wil
liam N. Jobnsi, cecessed. peiitiontr. vs. John
A JobBfon, Myron Elswortli J hnron, btrin
Irwio Johnron, William C. Johrsn. Samuel C.
Johnfos, Rebecca Stanley, Arna Hewitt, Martha
E. Benjamin, Martha L. Martin, Sarah L Hewitt,
Ella K. Kicken and amn.a fc. Martin, deftnd
ents Petition to sell real e tate to pay debt
The tbe above nanu'd nen retidtnt derendants,
and each tbem.
Affidavit of your non-resMcnce having bei n
Sled in the office ol the ( lerk of raid ccurty reart,
notice ia kereby given to you. 1 bat tbe ab-ve
naaved petiiioj er bas nleu in raid court
hu petition for the sals of real estate ef which
raid William M. Jobmon d'e-1 seized,
ia which you are named drfemiams;
tbat a summons hat been duly issued in
raid cause against yos returnable to the nut term
of said ronmy court M be btgc ami ho den a tbe
court bou.e iu the city of i.iclt is and in said
county on the flret onuay of Pecemher, A. 1)
1U92, at which time and place ou will appear and
plrao, answer, or demur to raid petition if yuu see
fit. and tha vour default will tie enU-rea unle"
you app . in said court by tbe first Xocday of
Roox Ispamd, 111. .November 13, A. T. 18W2.
1IJAi.IAI KDilLl' H,
Cleri of raid court.
SwamiT a Va1k, Attorn s forretitiun.
oUCS TO CoNTKACTl KS.
Sealed proposals will be receivi d st tve city
clc k'a office, Kock Iriand. 111., ur.til Dec . 19, 18W,
at S a. id., for constructs g the improve-nents
orctrcd by an ordinance of said ci'y. entitled
'Au ordinance for (he l rpr.ivement of Twen
titth street frort the aouth live of Mr.th avenue
to the non h I ne of Eighteenth avenue," pushed
August 8, 1894, alo "An ordinance for tl.e im
provement of fourth av nue from the vest line
of Firr i street to the w n line of Twci.tieth t eet
and from the east line of Twri ty tbird Hre' tto the
west lii e of Twentj -four.h -treel. and f Twentv
fourth street frotu ibr south lln of Third uvemie
to the north line of Fifth iivence."' pased ci
IT, 1KS4 and for fu- ni hit g he mater al a d doing
the work according to the . lans and tptc. death ns
on n e at the city clerk's o' ce.
Blai k bids will t e :uri iiheo en application.
Bids iBU-t be separate for uch Improveircnt
ahoTe per;fle!, ana arrompan rd wltb a cnifie i
check iu the fum of S0U, i ayal'ic u the order of
'he Ireasur. r of said chj, hii h eh.i-1 become for
fe ted to said city in tie the be. eri-huil fail to
ntrr into contract wi: li apprrvtd urttira to exe
cute the work for tbe price nv i tioi ei in h hid,
ana according to the i lana und Kp c Ccj tmns in
'h.- event tbat the contr ct s'.ould tie award d to
Tbe right to reject try ai.d all bic! or pro
pofa's r hereby exp eslv r. aervee. ry aa.u city
hock Ul.nd. Ill , NvmnbrT, V6 1S92.
Ko; HIT K .KI1LKE.
C ity Ch rk.
JlJoTICE TO CCNTKAftTO'-S.
Scaled propos Is will !e r ceiv. d at t' e Citv
( ler.V office. Knk aid. 111., until M..mia",
Dec 19, ls'.m at i o'clock p n... for o nn.iuciing
h" im ppiTiment ordered by an o ! in sine f
s id c tv niitlcd An ord nance fur the con
st motion of a totm c.raiu t torn the west side of
Sev-utcen-h street and N rth a d Tenth av. noes
to tb: wes' "lde of Twentv-tifth si'eet." t aasct
ov.Sl, 189. P:an-mt d p;tiflcati-ns !or a'd !
improvement n the Cuy ' K I k i ffli o. I
Al luds mu' i v arci'npaiu d with c r:ifi d (
roeca iu me sum 01 111 ror tne j roor p. Nor m-tnc-
f :bc contact f s cored.
The city rcservts ihe r g! t t.i rji ct anv
and all - ids.
SlH-cifi a iois on 8" at the city cTetkV offl'e.
Hock Island. 111., Nov. S !S.
l.CB I T Votlil B.
; O " ICE OF A PP IC T ION FOK Ti LI. KO A D-
To a'.l v.hom it may coticein:
.e;tce s nrreoy j:iv n ihat ihi- utiiirin" d.tle
I'rur, Ti 11 Koiid . ompany.a cotpora imi, vii.l. .t
tlie nixt seaainn ot I. e ihub boaid of he
conn yo lt; ck Plan1, In the ria:c of llimir. to
he he d in thecou'l toue builiiji g in the citv of
Po;kI lsnii. in a:iii ci. ntj. . n the 13?h day .
I ecrmber. A.D. 1S92, e ii-o at 0 ai;.y 10 the
t-aid cut'board for ) & ve to establish a 'ivel
;) road lr. m the Iliinoia end o; iLe nriip of th
Mnt-ca'.it e B' id.e Comp&uy sc ls-j tte Y lil:ppi
rive at W-ca'inc. low i. ; nil ih.r.ce rrnnin. n
s 'O'ltn' asterlv Oirt ctio" nccs" t'.;- U'W lai.d to
be bluff, 'oennref t with a p bpc highway lea-'-lnr
overt aid h!i;nV.comn iy liown ua tue 'lii
coia Oitr ro! d." and o locate aid -eil road on
poriirn of the pniilic hiybwax hcrelolo e exist ins:
icncr ,aid 'ow land, st which timr ai d i lac.1 you
can appear a' d h he aid If yon ar tit o do o.
Da.ed alHocktflanil.lll.. Noven.ber 14. A. D.
184. I KURV T.I.I. H'.'AlL(JP,Y.
wlJil:T A WtikiB, An'is f . r aaid in cry Toll
hojd Con p n..
iTTOHSBT AT LAW Office in-KitchtU
i LyndeV new block.
JACES0N i Kl'HST,
i rr)RWEV8 AT LAW. Offlre In Ilock l:a
tlNatinn:-.! Bank ssniidiukr, Ko k llard. tl i.
SWKKMBT o. L. WAita,
SWEESE aV rTAI JLEIU
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Ii sec.nriTy, make collection", eforerce V.n
ell Lynde. bankers. tBoe ;r. potui'r 'c't
V " TOK'ET AT LA W Formerly of Port Byron.
I and durine the past two years with ihe firm :
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w orm more man stanuaru vaiue, worm iwo ior oik
for the World's Fair, and more than that to you.
we are selling
You get a
for a Dollar
A Work of
We devote trie entire
and ennobling the reoples Ureat rair.
Souvenir and Rare Coins as an
U. S. 5 Goldpiece 1S22
U. S. 1804 Silver Dollar
U. S. Half-Dollar 1796
U. S. 1802 Silver 5-Cent Piece
U. S. 1856 Eagle Penny
U. S. 1793 Copper Cent (Ameri)
Queen's Jubilee 5-Sovreign, Eng.
Napoleon's 100-day 51Y., French.
King William Coronation, Ger. 1861
German "Peace" Coins 1871
This will be the best investment you ever made
A World's Fair Souvenir Coin
A National Heir I00711 for only $1.00.
Under Act of Congress we have 5,000,000
Souvenir Coins, of the denomination of 50 cents
each. That the money may go as far as possible,
and that ail the people may have a chance to pro
cure these artistic and patriotic souvenirs of their own
Exposition, we have resolved to offer the whole issue
for sale at i.co each.
Apply to any Bank, or send Post Office or Express Money Order,
Bank Draft, or Registered Letter for as many coins as you wish, with
instructions how to send them to you, to
TREASURER WORLDS COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION.
Patronize Home Industry and Protect the Labor of An crier
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- MERR! K'S SPOOL COTTON. -
tl In 5U Cord 5ort irir'.dh. ull c easure. and is equally well adapted for Hand and MachtM
Sewing, fat sale br
a-t Tixy fioods Hona generally.
MERRICK THREAD CC 205 Filth Avenue. Chicrto
JOHN GIPS JN,
fs bow tuatvd in hit new abop, - " -
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
SaT-Llfthtstors a specialty. 'prvlte ib Old Man"!
Hanufactureror allkmdaof ,
BO'JTS AND bHOES
Gait's Fine hoes a specialty. ??-" rluf
A sb re cf your pitroaa; respectfnMj 'xl'fi.
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nan-aonars ior a aoiiar a-piect.
Art in itself.
amount towaras developing
1. 00 900.00
dona neatly and promptly.
I if. Peoria.