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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 June 1882

s --r-$" Y i, THE BEE. rS--3S 1 UKSER & HAMLIN, Pubwshebs. Stings for Our JUnSStiSBHoney for Our Friends. WM. V. TURNER, Edixob. T0L. I. WASHINGTON, D. 0.,-SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1882. NO. 2. f 'J ' , . LOCAL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Churches. f IKTH BAPTIST CITCBCH. rrriftBt Avemu. botwoon Q &, R Sts., N. r X. rncee i very .- nbbath, 11 A. M., 3 P. M. , J' M. l?f v. John H. Brooks, pastor. "' . 'h re sideiict , 2113 9th etreet, K. W. f Furniture. Furniture Packing and Repairing. JOHN T ASHFORD, v :i ifruror and dealer m OTT NITTJRB, 1004 Penna. Ave., N. W. .md Mirrors carefullv tli.) ' 1 . i in. st 1 Work done with care june3-tt Tobacco and Cigars. "V Cigars, Tobacco, k n If of Confectioneries and Fruits, 1 1, ln'jic, Croam and Milk. 1 0 "3th and H Sts, N. W. et ' ' Clothing. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, i i? t bet th mid 7th Sts., N. W. T run - D GENTLEMEN'S WClaa Seconfl-Hand Clotling, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c. ii i s JCSTH, Proprietor. RUSH, THE TAILOR, 73 lotb Street, N. W. pairing neat...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 June 1882

" i .. THE BEE. e TYILLIAM V. TURNER, Editor. JlutcrodRttJjcPostoffice at Washington. D. C., as fcocoxd-clawj matter. TERMS": SI. 30 per Year In Advance. Si nsle Copies, 5 Cents. ADVEBnsiya rates: On-, inch pjx montns,S3 00; one inch one ynar. f 5 '1 col. " " CO 00; 1 coL " " h 5 00 00 03 83 00 TciUmea.conetituto an inch. For Special Ratea, address the business manager of the The Bee. Notices of births, deaths and marrkgee, 35 cents eaph. All checks, drafts, P. 0. money orders, and letters intended for publication in The Bee should Tje addressed to tho Publishers, 93G F street, N. "W,, Washington, D. 0. HOW THEY DO IT. Acting upon the presumption that the inside -worJdnqs of the Democratic party inithe Southern States are unknown to those never having had the opportun ities that -we have of knowing, we pro pose in this erticle, as briefly as we possibly can, to do justice to the sub ject, to turn on the light and let the world see how the affairs, mis-called elections, are conducted...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 June 1882

THE BEE. CALyI CHASE. Local Editor. ZOCAJLS. ts Oryer's Pastoral Opere'.ta, Juno 12 ndi- .. . The Caoital City tfuardb piomo on gon S. E. Lynch is lying quite ill at iJ5 iewu Lrr g De Corsey, of Baltimore, left jTcity for home this week. Son. P' V- a' mcnoBOK, surveying je port of New Orleans, La , is in the W- Messrs G. and S. Mattnews, of JBalti Jflf aid., paid the oityavisit a few The Azalea Croquet Club will give a :vato picnic &i me van .wess, inonaay, Jane 12. jj, Wilson opened the argument f or ,je defense in the star-route case jlonday. jjeViThnmas preached to the Sabbath school of Israel uetnei unurcn Sunday ooraing last. The Simon Commandery of K. T. -arc bir annual picnic at Ricks Park & Monday. n S. Smith, Esq , of the Globe, has .v. tbanks of the " start for some eaw pIe3 of fine Huvana cigars. Uav Henry Baylr, the founder of the FirAl Ereedmon's Baptist Church May! i 16ul IS prepanug u lixotur) oi iiis is work. Oar fighting editor carries an Irish jVillaleli to...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 June 1882

i r t N 3fy Dtf kter Lesf se. In ths light of the moon, by tho Bide of the trater, My Beat on the sand and her aett on my leneee, "We watch the brilliant billows, do I and my daughter, My sweet little daughter Louise. We wonder what city the pathway of glory, That broadens aw&y to the limitless woet, Leads up to she minds her of some pretty story, And b&tb: "The pathway that mortals lore -beat." Then Isay: "It must lead to the far awa city, The beautiful City of Best.-' In the light of 4he moon, by the Bide of the water, Stand two in the shadow of whispering trees, And one loves my daughter, my beautiul daughter, My womanly daughter LouiBe. She steps to the boat with a touch of his fing ers, And out on the diatnondod pathway they move ; The jhallop is lost in tho distance, it lingers, It waits, but I know that its coming will prove That it went to tho wallB of the wonderful city, The magical City of Love, In the light of the moon, by the side of the - -water, I wait for her ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 June 1882

r-.O w ?- -dPMNBlrth. 1 . A il'tijiiiiiiiw'iMawiiHMMiiiii ,.m. m,if ,whi 4Ui,ii'- "flp V THE AjJfer- TURNERfE-HAMLIN. Publishers. Stings for Our Enemies-Hoiiey for Our Friends WM. T. TOENEB, Editor. X BU ilfW' V t iff tT ' X VMS JJMMMMh- . J M jl ,:;;. WMi VOL. I. LOCAL BUSINESS DIRECTORY, Churches. niTJi baptist cmmcir. Vcimont Avonup, between Q & It Sta., N W Services -very t-abbath, 11 A. M., 3 P. M. and P. M. Jtev. John H. Brooks, pastor. l'astor'rt lesidence, 2143 9tl street, N. W. june 8-tf Furniture. Furniture Packing and Repairing. JOHN T. ASHFORD, Manufacturer and dealer in FURNITURE, 1004 Penna. Ave., N. W. Ii.uit i , Pictures and Mirrors carefully pa'-t-l and pped. Work done with. care l jt!ul au.l whin promised. June 3-tf Tobacco and Cigars. 1LALEU IX Cigars, Tobacco, jJn 1 si! k ikIh of ConfectionerieR and Fruits l-e t if air, Tonic, Cream and Milk. ' 1300. Cor 13th and H Sts, N. W jua - Clothingr. JUSTH'S OLD STAND, 619 D St, bet. 6th and 7th Sts., W. W. I MES' AND...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 June 1882

':--''..& I i THE BEE. "WILLIAM V. TUBNER, Editor. Entered at the Postoflico Secoxd-clara matter. at Wrslrinpton, D. C as TERMS : 1.50 per Year in Advanci. Slnclo Copies, .1 Cent. ADTRTISiyOIU.'lEK: Onoincn six months, 3 O0;one inch one rear. " 00 H-col. " " 12 00; ii-col. " " 25 Ou M-col. " " 25 00: li-col. " 45 W 1 col. " ' 00 00: 1 col. " " 8J 00 Ten lines constitute an inch. For Special Bates, address the buBineBB manager of the The Bee. Notices of births, deaths and marriages, 35 cents each. All checks, drafts, P. 0. money orders, and letters intended for publication in The Bee should bo addressed to the Publishers, 936 F street, N. W., Washington, D. C. The President has approved the ver dict of $ie court martial dismissing Lieutenant Flipper from, the army. r Over three hundred people arrived in Albany, N. Y , in one day last week, all enrouto to Saratoga tho summer. for labor during Tho Louisianian and the Louisiana Republican have been merged into the Protectionist, whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 June 1882

THE BEE. W CALVIN OHA.BE, Local Editor. liOQAXiB, NOTICE I CITY SUBSCRIBERS! I TnE Bee has visited you since its en trance into this prolific field of science, art and literature, bringing with it Buch jjwcets as it has been abla to gather reeklyfor your delectation, at some conbiJerable cobI ta its projectors and as vet without any to its readers. We jjave sent Tac Bee , to you since you gdve us yournames at live cents per copy collectable at the end o! four weeks, a-ituout calling en any of you for a cnt. Now friende the lour weeks with this i.siue will have expired and our c -Hector will visit each of you for what tou owe if it is but for Gne copy, and von will greatly oblige ua by paying ,im when ho oomep. All failing in this tu'.I be stricben from our list and the paper discontinued to them. To this rule Wp- must and will adhere ! Invitations are out for the Sparta picnic. The promenade given at Bethel-Hall on Friday was a failure. Tho strawberry festival which has born in prog...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 June 1882

til -tcrtt N THE NEWS. A meeting for the purpose of considering a uniform law of affreightment for all countries was held in Now York, recently. Judge Pea body was elected president, and A. T. Sprague secretary. A committee of scventoon was ap pointed to draw up a code of laws relating to .affreightment to bo presented to an interna tional conference to he held in Liverpool next August Tho Boston Journal says that hundreds ol counterfeit $10 greenbacks have been put in circulation in that city lately. The latest reports in regard to the cyclone in Iowa indicate that forty persons were killed, and a great many wounded, and much property destroyed. The mortgage for $5,000,000 was recorded in tho office of the county clerk of Poughkeepsie, New York,given by tho Mutual Union -Telegraph Company and covering their entire lines. Charles Bach, of Toledo, Ohio, who mur dered his wife in October last, has been con victed of murder in tho first degree and sen tenced to bo hanged on October 30....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 December 1882

, t Cvu-a,-f fiC -jijfifi 0 P t! Zjsff f THE BEE r- ? ' r ify" , , . a- tuft- Jr 2 Jt vXsXsf X ' " 0jiHffc-"9iMd3r' . &i ;lixsw f ZF 7 . V f A ' - yxy y ' ' CSe - . as rr ggS2r7P 1 .'. ?dl u UV 'i or "ijii COl.t " aj ' or rncj J .We eld ro b.j;, P'nijJ 'J all , tad 'UliCf W?M iUU J - Klic !r &i '"cceJ ""iBi, c c STEWART, Business MasagebvIkd Publishes. VOL. 1. Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Fquaffly and Recognition according to Merit. -C W. jEJ. OEASETDirbr. ad PBorsiErOKL BOSTON SHOE HOUSE amoved to-924 7th Street N.W, tocj.ftief' Fmo Kid Button Boots, every pair -warranted 8ons awies wT UG"1' vjro1at -nuon juoots, every pair -warranted 1 AlcMjUenieii 6 x me x renun vjair uoote reduced to u u ' 'lOUd 1 lI ( ""ail 0ll r Cori; Wit I (art JftiJ, to i, I '"alt nam tri,a; yon Uer uotuo Is. ., !p2.0U 2.50 es' Kid and Pebble Goat Button Boots,. ' lUUtiw?-50 S-Hand-sewedrButton Boots, only..,.;;;;;;;;;;;; from1-S?s as' Common Sense Kid Boots.... $?? aemen's Fine French Calf Boots an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 December 1882

'y'yj".' uiuw-iuj-uu1 " J'JJimJwi" JMW-igg! . in mill II ' u Ittf 13 THE BEE. .? (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 I SrBEEP, N. W , WASHINGTON, D. 0. W. 0. CHASE, Editor and Proprietor. 0. C. STEWART, Business Mannger. Entered &t tbo Poatoflice at Washington, D, D., RBnaecond-ola&a matter. BUB5CMPTION BATES : One year, in advance, including postage, 2. C months - - - - 1 00 8 " 1 " - - - . - single copies, s AnVEUTISIKQ bates: , One inch, one month tf-ccl. six. " ' 12 oo "" kcoL 1 col. 1 inch'ono'year I II 20 oo iOOO 10 00 25 00 35 00 75 U0 -col. Ja-col. lool. ii IC Special notices, 50 centa each. Ten lines constitute an inch. An communications pertaining to business must beaddteeeed to the Business Manager Matter for publication and on private business must be addressed to the Editor and Proprie tor. In conjunction with the Bee, the mana gers hare established a News Bureau of the Colored Preee. We are prepared to furnish biographies, special correspondence and news items at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 December 1882

THE BEE. rrJUGHEB, FINANCIAL M&NAGER "S rt LOOM,. the time to subscribe to t le 'ow croat fleal of important matter was coulee! out this week. Head King's Palace grand Christmas ,VPrtisemcnt ; one of the most popular r5ortb in the city. Advertise in the Bee, the people's urnal. Head our new advertisements jn this week's issue of the Bee. Our patrons who will receive on "ftw Tear's will please send in their James, so they may appear next week. The B.'thcl Literary met on last Tuesdav evening, and Mr. "W. Lane was bwkeil'to read a paper on "Greek Art." Rambling" would have been more ap plicable to his discourse, or conglom eration of nothing would have just as irt'm'h interested his auditlnce. The Misfit Store at the corner of Tenth and F streets, Northwest, will jV0 awav one hundred suits of clothes 5t a sarrifiee. The reason of this is that it is a Christmas gift to the cus t iniers. "Vc arc all going to the Misfit togpt anew suit. The children of St. Luke's Sunday- mis eve, Sun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 23 December 1882

wr .-w sw tt-. ft r HOPKINS Hgjiday 5 , flya&ar aius -sote to fi PRESENTS The very best present you can make a friend is a pood boot. It is pomethin" they can Keep, and as often as they read it remember the kind friend -who presented it. We have purchased for the coming Holiday season an immense stock of New Books. They are all arranged with tho prices marked on each. If you have any Christmas presents to buy wo would advise you to call and examine our stock, which you are welcome to do without feel ing under the slightest obligation to purchase. One more word for good books, our kind and considerate companions, they do not revile us when ourideas differ ever ready with ad vica, and never aggressive. But if books do not suit, we have Pictures, windows for tho fouI to look out at, as an eminent writer has it. Then come Christmas Cards of new and beautiful designs. ALBUMS. lEorjHoliday Gifts tthere is nothing more acceptable than a handsome Photograph Album STATIONERY, Bothiplain ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 December 1882

- i "' ' '" . -"' - ii m- W MM . " r " - - HJa " - , - : - G C. STEWART, Business Manages and Publishes. Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. W. 0. CHASE, Editor and Pbopbieto. VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, D. C. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1882. NO. 21. BOSTON SHOE HOUSE amoved to 924 Ladies' Fino Kid Button Boots, every pair warranted ni Ladies' best Straight Goat Button Boots, every pair warranted vo'n (,( ntlcmen's Fine Fronoh Calf Boots reduced to " q m n'n'ii Zzn Indies' Kid and Pebble Goat Button Boote, ...... fern M CWnS Ln.lies' Hand-Sewod Button Boots, only. . . . . tr0m sR VE ladies' Common Sense Kid Boots oVx (icntlemon'B Fine French Calf Boots and Shoes .... "." from $2 00 up BOSTON SHOE HOUSE, 924 Seventh Street, Northwest. Down they G-o, Lower and Lower Still. Beaver Hats at 40c, 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.25. KING'S PALACE. Elko ant Christmas Presents at Slaughtering Prices. GREAT MARK-DOWN Frwh ilVli mints at 25 and 50 cents. Mo3cow IBeavers at 15, 2...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 December 1882

s 1 THE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 I STREET, N. W., WASHINGTON, D. C. W. O. CHASE, Editor and Proprietor. C. C. STEWART, Business Manager. Eutered at tho PoetofEce at Washington, D. D., as Recond-clasB matter. BUBSCBIPTION BATES : 6 Months ... 8 1 " -Single copies, - l oo 50 20- ADVERTISING SAXSB : One inch, one month $100 12 00 20 00 40 00 10 00 K-col. BIX k-coL I col. " i ii li 8 1 inch one year -col. t 85 oo 25 00 I YT (I 001. 75 oo Special notices, 50 cents each. Ten lines oonBtitute an inch. .ii ,,- . . . .. , Ail communications pertaining to business muBt be addierwftd Ux tL Rtiainrwi wnir 'Matter for publication and on prirate buBineaB must be addressed to the Editor and Proprie tor. In conjunction with the Bee. the mana gers hare established a News Bnreau of tho Colored Press. We are prepared to furnish biographies, special correspondence and news itemB at a reasonable price. The object of the bureau is to furnish colored Journals -with epocial Washington letters ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 December 1882

"9srP5fpjP r""""WJ3J,BW5 wt THE BEE. V. L. Archer, Financial Manager SPECIAL NOTICE. Our subscribers will please notice that our collector will call and see yon all to-day, and every day until you settle your indebtedness. Please leave vtuir money at home with your wife anil don't let the excuse be that our husbands did not leave any money. LOCAL. Everybody reads and pays for the 5ek but you. Stop borrowing and Mib-cribe for the Bee. Mrs. Chase has just received several lmuh ol Florida oranges. It would pay t pve the establishment a call. Tin Police court was filled with pritfincrs on Tuesday morning. Judge ii'll will hold his usual New Year's ri caption next week. Hon. Fnd Douglass returned to the Mt this week from an extended tour through the Xew England States win-re he has been lecturing. Cnion Bethel Sunday School held pr interesting exercises at Bethel Hail, on Christmas Eve night. They should have had a larger audience th.in they did. The exercises consisted ot appropriate so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 30 December 1882

r- ' W " It . 1; "MMMmaii HOPKINS BROTHERS, Holiday Greeting! "r PRESENTS! THAT ARE SURE TO 1 3 The very best present you cnn mnlce a friend is n good boot. It is something they can keep, and ns often as they read it remember the kind friend who presented it. We hnvo purchased for the coming Holiday pennon an immense stock of New Books. They are all arranged with the prices marked on each. If you have any Christmas presents to buy we would advise you to call and examine our stock, which you are welcome to do withont feel ing under the slightest obligation to purchase. One more word for good books, our kind and considerate companions, they do not revile us when our ideas differ ever ready with ad rioe, and never aggressive. But if books do not suit, we have Pictures, windows for the soul to look out at, as an eminent writer has it. Then come Christmas Cards of new and beautiful designs. ALBUMS. SForiHoliday Gifts there is nothing more acceptable than a handsome Photograph Album STATI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 January 1883

7 ft i i ! -! iii mi'ii iifiii,w THE Jtsiiru'v ui BEE. j . '; 1 . ' ' suts- V A j. trw III' J-1&l&jL ' &jfLl&fr&. lylPl Li I I ' "l 'l C 0. STE'V ARIMJusixes Manager and Publisher, VOL. I. BOSTON SHOE HOUSE emoved to 924 Ladies' Fine Kid Button Boots, every pair warranted ' " om Ladies' best Straight Goat Button Boots, every pair warrant cd 9 m Gentlemen's Fine Frenoh Oalf Boots reduced to v Sftnn"-,a tm IdjM' Kid and Pebble Goat Button Boots, ....... fm S nn Lahee'Hnnd-Sewed Button Boots, only..... crom $ LOO mi LadiP' Common Sense Kid Boots '. ". vm Gentlemen's Fine French Calf Boots and Shoes ..... ....." .."." . . ..from 2.00up BOSTON SHOE HOUSE, 924 Seventh Street, Northwest. K ING'S PALACE. -o: 6 ill IP ITT lllKrl 1 :o: IlnviiiR rowilvcd not to rarry any Kind over, we shall innngtirnto TWO CLOSING-OUT SALES EVERY YEAR, ONE IN JANUARY AND ONE IN JULY. o:- Wr fJirrrlMir ofltT Our Extensive Stock of Fashionable Goo'l". coniHnff of Hats, Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 January 1883

res THE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 I STREET, N. W , WASHINGTON, D. 0. W. 0. CHASE, Editor and Proprietor. C. 0. STEWAR T, Business Mauagcr. Entered at tho Poatoffice at Washington, D. D., as eecond-claea matter. SUBSCRIPTION BITES : C zoonlLa - 13 " II " -single coj)ieB, - 100 - 20 5 ; ADVEBTI8INO hates : Ono inch, one month (10 M-cf'l. col lcol. PiX 12 (h 20 oo , 40 0 lunch one year 10 (Xi 250 S5 00 75 Ut col. M col. I col. 8pccial notioea, 50 cents each. Ten lines constitute an inch. au commumcauona pertaining to bueinese muat be addi eased to the BnsineBs Manager Matter for publication and on private buBineas ' muet be addressed to the Editor and Proprie- tor. In conjunction with tuo Bee, tho mana- ers havo eatabliehod a News Uureau of the Colored PreBa. Wo are prepared to furnioh bio2raphie8, Epecial correspondence and aewa jtemBatareaBonabloprice. The object of the bureau is to famish colored ioarnahj with Hpocial Washington letters when they have no special correspo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 January 1883

,lll I1MJ Uf THE BEE. V. L. Akchek, Financial Manager LOCALS. you- fc the time to subscribe for the Tee. G 'ntloinen's furnishing goods at the (Uiornc Bazaar. W'o regret that our very interesting j'hila'lclphia letter was crowded out. AVe were forced to leav? out a great deal of our matter this week on ac count of the banquet, which was one of the greatest events in the history of this country. Mr. William L. Archer, the financial manager of the Bee is on the repor torial staff of this paper, any favors ti-mliTwl him will be thankfully acv rppted. Quite an excitement prevailed at the corner of 5th and K streets this week. A man was seen carrying away a new stovi- that was cxchungiHl for an old mil at th Buth-r stove i4 ore, corner of .'ill: and Jv street, X. V. Dr. Hlydi'n road a very interesting paper before the Bethel Literary Tues day rvening. Professor B. T.(ireencr, Mr. Carhozo, Mr. Brooks and others, ilwushud the paper. Professor Greener jjood matured ly received Mr. Brooks' c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 6 January 1883

I , HOPKINS BROTHERS, holiday - ESENTS! THAT ABE SURE TO 3d r- 1 it S. ' $ Mlhii'..'' J P Z- EV fijBjflT "" j-jy? j $ a rji friBPl r ;. re z -.JuKj jw!S?,,p Tho very best present yon can make a friend is n pood book. It is something they can tkeep, and as often as they read it remember the kind friend -who presented it." We have (purchased for the coming Holiday season an immense stock of New Books. They are all arranged with the prices marked on each. If you have any Christmas presents to boy we would advise you to call and examine our stock, which you are welcome to do without feel ing under the slightest obligation to purchase. One more word for good books, our kind and considerate companions, they do not revile us when our ideas differ ever ready with ad vice, and never aggressive. But if books do not suit, we have Pictures, windows for the fouI to look out at, as an eminent writer has it. Then come ChriEtmas Cards of new and ibeautiful designs. -AX.STJMS. SloriHoliday Gifts the...

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