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A brilliant, rollicking poem, by Isaac H. Bromley, the humorous editorial writer of The Tribune, handsomely and ingeniously illustrated by Dan Beard and C. D. Gibson, two great magazir artists. These forty odd pages contain as much illustra. tions as poems.
Fine paper covers, illustrated. "Our Chauncey" is Chauncey M. Depew, the most sparkling and delightful of American orators, whom, as a baby in his cradle, Mercury, the messenger of Jupiter, finds at Peekskill, N. Y., and whom Jupiter brings up to put to flight the old fogies who talk stupid commonplace at public banquets.
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AMERICA'S CUP RACES.-The eight races previous to 1893. Illustrated; 46 large pages. 25 cents.
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MILLIONAIRES.-Only list of the 4,047 “millionaires" of the United States ever compiled. How they made their money. Prepared by The Tribune. 93 large pages. 22 cents.
FREE SILVER.-The Joint Debate between Senator Stewart, of Nevada, and Roswell G. Horr; republished. Both sides ably stated. 78 pages. 25 cents.
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