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Title: The Chap-book; semi-monthly
12 Months: 1894 (1890s)
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Publisher: Chicago : Rock and Kimball
Adding Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Digitizing Sponsor: CARLI: Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois

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y-sician, additionally the Vindication of Olive Trevethick. Junehas two much more started, and prior to the 12 months has gone out we shallhave three even more, and Mrs. Corbett could have made a 192 NOTES good showing of seven in one single 12 months. If a few morelike Mrs. Corbett might be discovered i will suggest a novel-writing contest as an original attraction for after that seasonsparlor entertainments. Nonetheless we may give MissAdeline Sergeant the advantage of a small handicap andwith Mrs. Corbett as scrape the match could be interesting. ^The portrait of Ibsen in 1860, which starred in theMay we fifth problem, ended up being extracted from an innovative new Parisian mag,entitled ^*VAube^^ that credit must have beengiven. ^The periodicals of a couple of days ago contained the fol-lowing dispatch. Comment appears superfluous. [special cable by JULIAN RALPH.] London, June 23.—Among the individuals on theLucania, which sailed for brand new York Saturday, tend to be Mr.and Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont and Harold Vanderbilt,with a valet and two maids and Richard Watson Gilder.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS IX The Chap-Book SEMI-MONTHLY HERBERT STUART STONE, EDITORHARRISON G. RHODES, ASSISTANT SUBSCRIPTION : TWO DOLLARS A YEAR. THE TRADESUPPLIED BY THE AMERICAN NEWS COMPANY ANDITS BRANCHES. ADVERTISING PRICES IS HADON APPLICATION. THE CHAP-BOOK, CHICAGO. Entered in the Chicago post-office as Second Class material. The half-yearly, certain number of The Chap-Book,* published byH. S. rock & Co., is an entertaining and frankly modern-day assemblageof the fads and fashions in some ideas of to-day. Its an entertaining volumeto grab around 1896, however it will likely to be profoundly interesting 100years ergo; for this features about this a sort of clever coUo<iuial high quality, asthough the authors, in planning their particular ideas for such slightly paper, wrotefreely of whatever they actually believed, minus the dignified care thatdrains the life out of lengthier plus mindful productions. Amongthe articles, which are almost smothered when you look at the useful adverts,are to be found little documents regarding

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