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? --"r:m:p- ELGIN, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1886. DOHERTY & IIEMMESS. >t his Ciirisiaiajs;present, fliers il stood-i-; Christina herself, with the jeweled .edelweiss at her throat, and her arms outstretched tov.'urd hiin. All the Rudesheimer Was gone when Gus- tavo finished his jsrtory; and turning from jhis round beaming face to gaze i upon Chris- tina's,"! fotind she had buried it In her hund- 'kerchief, and her .slender for<ii was all n- tremble. • 1, i j ... Truly "tht first ioyo is iiillnitij."—Melvillr -l'tntips }n <iY"xas Sittings. IEMGE. GI ST A V E'S PAT WE OFFER ALL Our Winter ; !-■' 'I Ln'v'- ; : i ■ -r i! Ql IPH AS in Order t<j> dispose of ALL our CLOAKS in the house previ. to taking inventory February 1st., we have conpluded to cl them out at . . j -i. • fi ' Mi SUCH AS Biri-iVKLxa ou' Blankets OPTICIAN At such REDSJCED PRICES as'w-iM rnsure their sale A lot of/REMNANTS in Dress 'Good's, Ginghams.-Print! ton Flannels, Muslins, Sheetings, Embroideries, Ribbon we place On sale today (until gone) at J Has returned to Elgin for aj Short This is HIS FOURTH Time only. this city. He can bej CON VISIT to 50c. on the Dollar best opportunity ever offered • I ■ | " ■!■ . 1 . ; j ' ' t 1 8 secure bargains.; Call Earl|( the Assortment is Good Sterling Silverware, Standard Plated-Ware Gold and Silver Watches Gold Chains, Charms and Lockets. Offers to those who are sufferlni from 51 CHICAGO STREET His Improved The Old Reliable Superior to any other In usfe, iM THE MARKET As the folloMlng evidence of well-known peo- ple of this city and vicinity, who have worn thein for years, will testify and the result will sneak foriitpelf. The following are a few of tne numerous , s I Alt BRANDS OF FI/ CR. Aurora, 111.. Oct. 3,18ffi. , About Ave years ugo my, eyes troubled me very much. Professor Samuels fitted them with glasses [which soon ptought them per- manent reliefi aud they have done me excellent service to the present time. ,1 regard him as a very skillful oculist. CK W. Qcereau. Secretary and Business Manner Aurora Silver Plate Cornpany. . W. B. MOORE, / OvpNOiltfiiiiK Hrnkemen. I . " 1 ■. [Pioneer Ilv: s."Voifc*>."; . . II .\\ iint to protest, jou belwlf of»the ladle'", esaiiist tl>«:' i irnctice'jtliat prcTOiis'-amnng thn hnilvf . ii ii mi our niiiifoada ot ovi-rhaijlint; witi'i or, less freedom aud -<-!a1xirutioi> ever! lady; whethvrlsbe'lj-is acuoiiipaiiuil |or .unai'i oii)i»'>!ii*'d; wlio gets .oh or oil a train. •The!;«•••'are times when nssistaV-e is certainly tinny ami appreciate I, ajnd'th'ero are brake- met'' who can rend. :; it- wlitho'lt giving of -fen...', but en tbrt offier luunl. mu-li of it| is : t>erfiuous,: and maay lirakeiiien use thkr p^itions to pnrposejly oi* unw|tti«gly„ taki undue litit rty with ladies who njav travel A school for the eduicntion of hrctftemen in Sow .and, when to assist a lady on or off a car would n ot be a l»nd idea. j . Aurora. 111. Oct. 1,18%. Professor Samuels—Dear Sir: Over Ave years ago, you flitted my eyes with a pair of your eye glasses, Of! which I cannot speak to highly. My eyesight was disturbed and' one eye weakened by an accident in being bumped one year and .a half previous. Your glasses remedied the defect almost entirely. I can how read for hours without becoming tired. I think you have thoroughly studied thtftyc and are master of the situation. Yours truly. ■ J L. R. Brigham. Aurora, 111., August 30.1880. I take pleasure in saying that .1 have used Professor Samuel's "Improved Crystal Lenses," subjecting them tb the most critical tests by ordinary and artificial light. I find them more than meeting the ends expected, restful and cooling to the teye, perfectly dear in vision, and in all respepts superior to any and all other glasses I have ever worn. I cheer- fully recommend them to any person of weak eyesight, or to any persop1 obliged to aid the natural vision by the-use eff scientific or. arti- ficial helps. Rev. JT. A. Prentiss, Pastor First Congregational church. iZoii/, 111.,'jujy 84,188). I have been troubled w(rh imperfect vision for several vears and have tf ied various glasses, but to no purpose. Seeing* Professor Samuels on Tuesday, July 20.1 consulted him al>ou]t my case. He told me ne thou'ght my case would be treated successfully with glasses. I con- sented to a trial and the t-fesults are perfect. Those who are troubled with imperfect vision will find a scientific man in the above gentle- man. j 81 P. Brows, m. D. iZoiif, IU., July 88,1880. Professor Samuels: !j'' Dear Sir—Being the first to avail myself of your professional servicedon your arrival In this city, and now having given your crystal glasses which you fitted upon me a good test, 1 Icel a sense of duty as well as of pleasure (n saying that they are thoroughly satisfactory, enabling trie to read with the greatest ease and without wearying my eyeaj!' 1 take great pleas- ure in commending you to fill who may require the skill of a scientific optician, believing your glasses toi be the best in use. ! ■ j Yours respectfully, It^F. BENNETT. M. D. QuiNCV, IU..Ipecember 11, 1878. ProfcssoriSamuels:* * ij 3 Dear Slit—Having used glasses- for the past twenty years, and seeing inany recommenda- tions in the papers of yiDtir glasses, I deter- mined to give them a triiM After trying them and putting them to eifcrv possible test. I. have become infatuated with the rest of your patrons. £ ' My difficulty was in reading, having been compelled heretofore toj'luse two pairs of glasses at the same tim# ip reading.ione pair for fine print and a different pair for- coarse print. >1 , ' But with your glasses one becomes uncon- scious that his eyes haviji any help, and can read readily, for hours at fc time, either coarse or fine print. Ji.,'. * I am indeed dfelighted'iwitb your glasses. They are invaluable. and| I most heartily ad' vise all who are tr&pbled yvith imperfect vision to xisit you. Respectfully,, . _ Lpri M. woodruft. Formerly pastor First BitEgist church of Elgin. Douglas Ave '• For Sale Only by 1| IM BALI- & MITCHELL ■ 13 River Street. il VERY LOW PRICES FO CASH CALL AND SEE AND SATISFY YOURSELF Also the Finest Dinner Served Every Day at 69 Douglas Ave ILLER'S RESTAURANT! ■f ] V 44 CHICAGO STREET. ||! t , MONS. BRIENNO, Chef de Cuisine. ,/ L^te flf 'tSiion jplub, Chicago. jl^ji , lers for Suppers, Parties, Etc., Promptly Executed in Style and at Reasonable Prices. J Succesi'ors to C.sH. WOODRUFfi". HAYING PlRCHASEli THE ENTIKE H'tficV Come and See k Creel Bargains ■ ■ AT THE ;• ; HICAGO VARIETY STbR West Side 1 IN THE LINES OF '• j' , ' . *: 1 Muslin, Underwear, Crodkery, ClaSswarejand Tinware- Also letters from Rev.'jf. E. Dickinson. M«. Dr. Whttford. and many fijfhers. Meat Platter3 at from 15o up. Worth Three Times the'Amount. Beautlfuj Cake Dishes, sold elsewhere for 75c, sold by;..us at 25c. Majolloa Tea Pots, " • " .' ■ j " i 25c. Chamber; sold elsewhere for 65 and 75c, sold by us.for 25 and 35c. I L REIEMBER THE MCE! , LOOK FOE THE 8K Chicago Variety S 39 DOUGLAS AVENUE. Ut to MoBrMe's Coal Office, Two Stop# Down. - Consultation Fre^-Office hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. y enrtints elsewhere PRO- wlgj remain here but a gr owing to ent FEASOR SAMVEl short tlmei does not attend to ims, and has no one Professor Samuel business outside of his n connected with him. 1 inserted by Pro- LINOIS,!
|Title||Elgin Daily Courier January 21, 1886|
|Description||Issue of the Elgin Daily Courier newspaper from January 21, 1886.|
Elgin (Ill.) -- History
|Organization-Subject||Gail Borden Public Library District|
|Publisher||Elgin Daily Courier|
|Contributing Institution||Gail Borden Public Library District|
|Time Period||1880s (1880-1889)|
Illinois History & Culture
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|Collection Name||Elgin Area History|
ELGIN, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1886.
DOHERTY & IIEMMESS.
>t his Ciirisiaiajs;present, fliers il stood-i-;
Christina herself, with the jeweled .edelweiss
at her throat, and her arms outstretched
All the Rudesheimer Was gone when Gus-
tavo finished his jsrtory; and turning from
jhis round beaming face to gaze i upon Chris-
tina's,"! fotind she had buried it In her hund-
'kerchief, and her .slender for
|Collection Name||Elgin Area History|