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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 18 November 1899

T \\ '. - \" - • { \\ 1 i 1 /1 \\ 1 •• • 1 • •: ^ THE ftftVOCATE, JSOVEMRBB 18, 18^9.,.,, , y* V THE ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY, SATURDAY, NOV 18,1899. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF JiOCAL INTEREST. 1 —The fine weather still, continues, which is a good thing, as it gaves very greatly on fuel. '' i, , —Thanksgiving a week from Thursday, A union service in. the new M. E. church church edifice in the morning. ' __ —An effort is •being made to induce.the railway people to supply the local market with a part of the fuel needed by our citi- jiens in the, event of a famine. ' —The following letters remain uncalled for at the local office: Ed. -Meek, Miss jLillian Peterson,' Miss Emma Beibritz 2, Miss Lena Berg,1 Thomfls Lynn Chase. - - -^-Capt. Geo. 8. Wilson this' -week pur­ chased the Amasa Shaw property near the' electric light plant, paying $1,200 tiferefor. Mr, Shaw has transferred all his interests to Sawyer now. . r. , —The Ladies' Altar ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 18 November 1899

THE ADVOCATE SrCBGSO!f/BA*i ^KOTEMBER 18,51899. WMQ»IEVB ClOOD SIBHT BOS& .... T. BT WK. W. STOCKWMA. H Oh, come, let us join in a rong. brave boys. JO, Quum«rev ua j*»iu w » \"\"U#* \"4\" A® We sit by our fire's dun tight . . Let n» sing of our days of most innocent inw, And b»niah from mind every thought which destroys ,• The,peace of the soldier at night i we, l gladden our sight. ,V? \\ . And brothers and sisters made time, in its •'.* flight, - Gayly ring with their laughter and glee. Those days to us were most blissful days— The happiest days of our life 1 We spent all the hours in£he merriest ways. Our labors were pleasant, and pleastfht our plays, And our country was free from strife. Oh, days of ohildhood arid youth now flown, How blest do they seem in review! :-. Though the present a shadow has over them thrown, ' They seem far the brightest we ever have .'V known. For .the world and all hearts were then true I Yes, oft let us muse on those days, brave boys. As...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 18 November 1899

'/ THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, WIS, ISO 18, 1899, _ BV9INE88 CARDS. D. Dicxzs, free. 4. Pma, Coahier. Bank of Sturgeon Bay. Do a general banking business. Interest al­ lowed on time deposits. Also make abstracts, sell real estate and place insurance. We Ova the Only Complete Abstract of .title „ in Door County. •i Agents for A.&W., K.ifl.E4W. anflC.4 N7w. By. comjmnies. Bank on Cedar street in II. E, Lawrence block. EVBEKA HOUSE, : ', LINC- EB8KINE, Proprietor. Jacksonport, - * - Wisconsin The public is invited to give me a trial. 'BAY VIEW HOUSE, : JOHN GOETTELMANN. Prop. Sawyer, .. ' - Wisconsin. OTiis iB jone of the best houses on the penin­ sula. There is also a flrat-class .livery Stable connected with the house. . Drivers and rigs at all hoars of the day and night.. , Telephone. COOT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ^ ' Sturgeon Bay, ! ' r , Wisconsin. • Collections a specialty. Office* over Mer­ chants Exchange Bank. IT. V. imEUTZEB, v. ATTORNEY AT liAW.\" Sturgeon Bay, ...... - - Wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 18 November 1899

THE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 18, 1899. Eldridge for $1,100.- sores of land. This is a chance for a life time. Ouri discount on Jackets and Dress Goods has made them move quick, the Sale is Still Going foil Men's fiagular $1.00 All Wool Natural Qrey • Underwear at......................... v... .69c Men's regular $1.50 Australian Wool Underwear, ,98c Men's 20c WW Sooks ait.... ... . 15c Men's 25c Wool Sooks at.............. .v .... ..18c .....25o ...i.. i .i..20o ... 49o .$2.85 Peter Schaubel and Mrs. Anna Schroeder •wfere married Saturday by Justice Dehos. A reception waagiven in the afternoon and evening which was largely attended by the neighbors. Jake Klotz shot and killed a big buck on Friday of last week, near Frank Botchek'S. It weighed upWard ot 200 pounds and Jake sold the carcass to a marketman down town for $11.50. ' .i •• •' Herman Fritschler will operate his port­ able sawmill on lands recently purchased by Men's Finest Caesimere Socks at.„ . . • Boys' Fine Fleece Lined Underw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 25 November 1899

' This paper has a guaranteed cir- • dilation of 2.300. Advertisers know what that means. — * I / This paper is the besp m edium for ing in the county. , We also do Job Work. VOL. 38-NO. 33. STURGEON BAY, AVIS., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1899, A YEAR. MKE MARINE NEWS Had Her Foresail Split. The schooner Ottawa came in here Friday morning in a partly disabled condition, having hadier foresail split the entire length from gaff to boom. She was bound to Racine with a cargo of slabs from Fine Lake, and had got off Twin River point when the canvas gave way under the strain. Being now comparatively helpless Captain Griffith ordered the vessel to be squared away, and run for the canal, which she. reached without any trouble and Was picked up by a trig. Coming down the bay the schooner was laid alongside a wharf and by substituting a borrowed sail she set out for the pirt of destination on Sunday. The vessel and cargo belong to Captain Pugh: On arrival at Racine the' Ottaw a was placed into wi...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 25 November 1899

•y- THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAT, WIS., NOVEMBER 25,1899, TO »BLU« PABKSTS. _ It seem* bnVteitbrdkV ihe eatne v With right anddancuu: feet. And bathed onr face, thlaughing glee, , With loving.kisaes.rjreet. . Shielded in helpful, tender arms, Hwroonld1ire ^nktEat death would touch That lovely, blessed form? .. . How know that she so soon would fade. So quick would float away Or that, to chill Dtwember plight. Would change this blooming May. In every plan, in every hope. She held the ohiefest place, .. And every dream of life was bright. Because of her dear face. But like some star in glory set. She was too fair for earth: A lovely bud of promise rare. An, angel from her birth. We fcall her \"lost,\" and vet, we kn&w She's safe from every ill: , No pain shall ever break her heart. No tears her eyes shall fill. This thought shall nerve our hearts to strengt h, Since she is safe from blight. Since never any harmful thing Can hurt her spirit bright. And while her memory we keep. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 25 November 1899

THE ADVOCATE, STURGEON BAY, 25,1899. TIME TABIF.B. • ' 1 I MAP OF CHICAGO, M1LWA11EE&ST.PAIJL ' 8UPBRIOR DIVISION. X. x*. CHICAGO A THASKSfilVIS^ HV*S. For bod and for bloordand for balmJaden For tha ringing of birds from the bills to the seas. - - ' For the beauty of dawn and the brightness of noon. Wo praise Thee, gracious God. r For. the sun-ripened fruit and the billowy grain, * -• For: the orange and apple, the corn and the For thelwl^tfnihatveits now gfctl&rtiiLand • • stored. That by Thee in the lap of the nations were poured, We praise Thee gracious God, , 3?or the blessings of friends, for the old and the new. For the hearts that ore trostedand trusting • and true, ' • * ('• r For the tones that we love,for the light of the \" ' eye That warms with a welcome and glooms with good-bye, We praise Thee, graoioua God. That the desolate1 poor may find shelter and bread, ' ' • That the sick may be comforted, \"nourished and fed, . . \" That the sorrow may cease of the sigh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 25 November 1899

THE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 25, 1899 THE ADVOCATE. SMmd in Of Pontofice at Sturgeon Bay, PUBLISHED EVEBY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. • FRANK LONG, Editor aiidProprletor. KATES OF STJBSCBJTTION. -Oneyeat.\"----'\"\" 8ix months-.... • Four months . Two months Single copies •• • ., HP\" Two dollars, will We chargedfif not paid within the year. STURGEON BAY, 8ATUBDAY, NOV. 25,1899. The New York Central Railroad Co. has recently closed a contract for 9,000 new passenger and freight cars. and 200 locomo­ tives of the latest and most approved make. ' This involves an outlay of about $8,000,- 000. , War in the Transvaal is being waged with unabated 'energy, both the Boers and the British having been greatly reinforced dur­ ing the past week. No decisive battles have been fought, though from reports it is in­ ferred that the Boers are more than holding thetr own. The situation in Kentucky remains about the . same, the Democrats claiming Goebel's election by about 700 majority on conteste...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 25 November 1899

|PfiP THE ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 25, 1899-. THE ADVOCATE. STUBGEON BAY, SATUEDAY.NOV 85,1899. {FEANK LONG Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. \\ —Christmas only four weeks froinneit ' Monday. Just thinkof it! How time does. fly- -7.' - —-No'new cases of searletine haying de- ! veloped all the old ones willdoubtless be * discharged in a Very short time frohrndwv —The flags •Ware hoisted at half-mast Wednesday when the hews of Vice-Presi­ dent 'Hobart's death was flashed over the \\rires.' r .—This bay was again filled with lake wa­ ter Wednesday after the prolonged souther­ ly winds.' This ought to' be good for the game fish'. • . . • —St Joseph church is being trired pre­ paratory to being lighted by electricity. The residence of Mrs. T SOS.'B. Smith is being similarly treated. —The county board is still fin session, but an adjournment will-no- doubt be-reached today (Friday.) This will make the session ten days in length. —The Menominee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 25 November 1899

• i ' - t v THE ADVOCATE STCROKON BAY, WIS., NOVEMBER 25, 1899. THE SO*« 8MB t»8D TO »IS6 g at air, tne piano wain mere, I harp, near it, unstrung. \\ , I stirs the gloom of the aeep-shJw- d room, - . \\ BT NATHAN r. VRKBB. I Mt sitting alone in the old dark room As the sh'adows of twilight throng. And into niyinind, like a moaning wind. Come thte words of an olden song That were onceso often upon the lips • Of one who hatlvsailod afar .. Out into the dark, m a phantom nark. Beyond the lighthouse bar: • \"Hurt's dearest! sinknot, dismayed, by the is the day.\" There stands her chair, and th near. Where she used to stt as she sung, s Blank^staring at air, the piano waits thi AJidtheold^ * —* Bat no sound owed room, . , 8avethe beat, just withont, of the sea And only the wind. like a voice half-confined. Brings back the lost echo to me \" Heart's dearest! drppjnot, athirst, from thy Though the river recedethi a fountain is near. The leaves of the music she loved so well , Are idly ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 25 November 1899

•ivi ''' THE ADVOCATE, STBRGEON ItAY, IIS4MttyEMBp,25, 1899. . BCHBIEBS CAHD». D. DKCKH, Pres. H: Cashier. Bank of Sturgeoit Bay. Do a general banking business. Interest al­ lowed on \"time deposits. Also make abstracts, Boll real estate and place insurance. We Ova tb« Only Complete Atwtnet ef titto in Boor Coast?. . Agents tor A. & W., K., G-. B. A W. andC.4 N. W. By. companies. Bank on Cedar street in M. E. Lawrence block. EUREKA HOUSE, . LINC. EB8KINE, Proprietor. Jacksonport, '. Wisconsin The pnblic is. invited to give me, a trial. BAY VIEW MOUSE, . \\ JOHN GOETTELMANN. Prop. Sawyer, - Wisconsin. This is one of the best honses on the penin­ sula. There is also a first-class Livery Stable connected with the house. Drivers and rigs at all hours of the day and night. Telephone. R.P.COUV, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Sturgeon Bay, ( - - . Wisconsin. Collections a Specialty.- Office over Mer­ chants Exchange Bank./ Y. V. WttEUTZER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Sturgeon Bay, - , - Wisconsin. Busines...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 25 November 1899

. ^ THE ADVOCAfE, NOVEMBER 2fl,1899. You can't lose us! We are \"John­ ny on the spot, with our everlasting pfiddin's.\" Give us your order and we guarantee you will be well pleased. We are red-hot after your patronage. Groceries have advanced, bub we sell _ HonejT5rip Syrup at .... .25o A good 15c Coffee at. iOo D. W. 150° Oil, worth 15eat 12c Hickory Nuts, per pound..... i-- - * .5c •3Boene \"Oil, worth 20o gallon, at WO lbs Only Grade Flour, best. 3^9 Jibs Beet Patent Flour • • • • • • • • y •: ' , We have everything in this line and below competitia NOTIONS .80 eiob ... ...vlOe .~4e , 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25o and 756 ...,10c, 15tf, 20c, 25o and $1.00 5c, 10c, 15c and 75o ^14c :.$1.85 $2.10 J3l nice 5-inch metal back Comb for....: . A nice 6-inch rubber back Oomb for ... ^Shaving Brushesfor. Z .......... ktrling Irons for • • XA Purses at Men's Purses at .'.••• \"T-coth Biuehefat «11 ril-HASSKOHI c° NEWS OF THE C0DNTY. Pure Buckwheat Flour Now in Stock. Have you tried our Pea M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 December 1899

Ci'tarici! .Society y •' K This paper has a guaranteed cir-^ culation of 2.300. Advertisers know what that means. This paper is the j best medittm for 'H advertisingin the f 7 county. We Also * do Job, Work. ... •, VOL. 38-NO. 34. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1899. 1.50 A YEARS LAKE MARINE NEWS. A Correction. x • Marine Editor of The Advocate: I see by a recent issue of your paper that you have gotthe tug Temple Emery credit­ ed with losing a raft of logs between Peshti- go Harbor and Menominee. The Emery towed a raft of logs between those two places on October 15th, but there were no- logs lost, and neither did the boom break. 'You have been misinfortaed? There might have been a raft lost, but the Temple Em­ ery had nothing to do with it. • ' . Yours respectfully, LEWIS LECI.AIR, ^liuster. Two RivEUS,Wis. Nov. 23. #. ^ v Goodrich Ltue Winter Schedule. \\ . The Goodrich steamer Atlanta will be .'taken off the Chicago-Grand Haven-Muske- gon run and added to the fleet o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 December 1899

THE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 2, 1899. THE lTXlBII*I»K5i «VE»T. BY STBtL 1.TKU. yon tried a year, it church, VTuS*the\" auniight Btole fnim the windows' Strange lights over garland and plume. \" Soeietv\" whispered in well-bred tones. And looked, an they came in apace. Each bidden guest. Now, a dowager. With her jewek, and old point lace. And robing of lavender, 'solemn hue. That hints at the purple mist Of life's coming twilight, where no more Spring roses and Life keep tryst i Now, a banker gravet in his speckleas suit. With a satisfied. Dives air: _ Now, a maiden, Hweet as a drifted bloom . Now, a matron, young and fair • These, one by one, thread the waiting aisle. Led by courteous ushers bland, Ind, with silken rustle, group * In the pews on either hand: Still-the organ echoes softly rolled. Like the puls.e of a sweet spring tide, -owl, and above us hung, like a great nd faces turned to the dusky door „i,w, » m iW As they watched for the coming bride. It opened—shut—but I saw her ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 December 1899

THE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 2, 1899. HOBUCKfOBKE. No black for me, dear lore, when lam dead: * Shroud not that precious• face in funeral fold, ',. , • But wear a Boft white veil upon your head. As fits a saintly woman growing old. No black for me: why. when eternal day Has burst in glory on my dazzled sight. And Ood's own angels bear my soul a^ray. Should my twin spirit bo w in woes and night? There may be tears, but let them fall, sweet wife, . - . As feeling one more pilgrim safe at rest—.. One changed from dying clay to deathless Whose heail baa often lain upon your breast: One roaming 'mid an Eden's flowers and trees. Whose weary, wasting feet' no walks could ' One drinking lieaven's breath. with rapturous ease, - '. • Who scarce could breathe a blessing or a prayer. Xi&t me be carried from my cheerful home Like sunshine, ont of sunshine, flowers from flowers Let maids in white and little children come And cheer with tender song your lonesome hours For you will miss me, though so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 December 1899

T1IK AT)VOCATE, ] 2, 1899. ADVOCATE. Btiend in t/ie TottoJItci at Sturown May, iFU., at teeond-daM maU matter. • PUBLKSEC EVEBY SATURDAY AT STUB , GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year ®l.S0 Six months '. Four months RO Tiro months '. Single copies SW Two dollars will be charged if not paid within the year. '«* 8TCRGEOK BAY, SATURDAY. DEC. 2, 1899. The board of education of Green Bay has opened war on cigarette- smoking since it was announced tliat not- only the boys at­ tending the public schools are in the habit of using the filtliy weed, but the girls are also becoming addicted to the practice. _ Fire at Philadelphia on Wednesday morn­ ing \"practically ruined the great publishing bouse o.f .T. B. Lippincott Co., involving a loss of $1,000,000 or more. Fully covered by insurance. Several large mercantile es­ tablishments were also, gutted. The fire orinaied from a defective electric wire. One or two contracts for carrying coal to t...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 December 1899

wl* r . , 2, 1399 ADVOCATE. STURGEON BAY. SATURDAY, DEO 2, .1899. FRANK LONG, Editor ftad Proprietor. Official Paper of City and Cqunty. NEWS OF LOCAL INTEREST. —Regular monthly meeting of the com. mon council nest Tuesday evening,\"the 5th inst. . •• • . —Foot ball is the only game .that ^hoboya pretend to play now, and. every, part Vofi: the city has its amateur club. y,it-) —The county.taxlevied by'theboard for general purposes is$ll,703, which is sev­ eral thousand dollars less than last year. —Tke greatest need of theday is a • free foot and wagon bridge over the waters of Sturgeon Bay between the city proper and '\"Sawyer.. : ..' . —The Odd Fellows lfdge will have their semi-annual election of 'officere tonight (Fri­ day.) All members are requested to be . —Jacob Noll & Son last week shipped two carloads of cattle to Chicago, and other con­ signments will follow as fast-as the stock can be secured. —Christmas only three weeks from next Monday, anjd the ladies are wonder...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 December 1899

THE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 2, 1899. Columbia Shamrock. A Vivid Account of the Great International Yacht Race by a Sturgeon Bay Man—Description of the Racine Machines. The great contest between twowon- derful sidling machines has taken place: the excitement occasioned by this long to be remembered International Race has subsided the principals in this strife- for supremacy have for the time being disappeared from the public eye, and the monopoly of public attention enjoyed by them for so many weeks, has ceased to exist. The phenomenal racers may be look­ ing for other fields to conquer, but so far as the strife for mastery between England and our country is concerned it is settled for 1890. The flag is still there, and, \" Columbia is the Gem of the Ocean.\" The cup seems content in the hands of its keepers, where it has rested for many years, and no doubt it appeared to those who witnessed the re- . cent races, to be a reasonable supposi­ tion, that the same enterprise, progress and g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 December 1899

DE ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 2, 1899 ' r- . / j y / -i BVSIHEBjl CARDS, D. DccKtn, Preis. H. Fvrznt, Caahlez. Bank of Sturgeon Bay. Do a general banking business. Interest: al­ lowed on time deposits. Also, make abstracts, sell real estate and place insurance. , • We Own the Only Complete Abstract.of Title in Boor County. ' Agents for A. A WK., G.B.& Vf. and C. & V. Vf. Ry. companies. Bank, on Cedar street in M. E. Lawrence block.. EIJRKKA HOUSE, LINC. ER8KINE, Proprietor. Jacksonport, - - Wisconsin The public is invited to give me a trial. BIT VIEW HOUSE, JOHN GOETTELMANN. Prop. ' Sawyer,: - - Wisconsin. This is one of the best houses on the penin­ sula. There is also a first-class Livery Stable connected with the house Drivers and. rigs at all hours of the day and night. Telephone. B. p. conv, ATTORNEY AT LAW. \"Sturgeon Bay, - - .Wisconsin. Collections a specialty. Office over Mer­ chants Exchange Bank. Y. T. ilBEUtZEB, • ATTORNEY AT LAW. , 8turgeon Bay, - - Wisconsin. Busine...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 December 1899

TH3E ADVdCATEp % A JfHT Ml* To-Day (Saturday.) The exhibition is a veritable Santa Claus store: Joy for,the children was the actuating thought that found ex­ pression in our infinite variety of nice things to amuse and instruct. Toys from the simplest to the most ingen­ ious. , Iron Toys, Magnetic Toys, Artillery Ships,-Complete Railroad Outfits, and Dolls the thousands-all sorts all prices-Doll Fixings, Furniture jmd Go-Carts. Bring the children and letr them see and enjoy the most interesting exhibit we •itermade. Books of all kmds aqd all prices—lc, 2c, 3c, 4o, 5c, 6c, 7c, 8c, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25o Candies and Nuts wili be on exhibition in large quantities, and the price jslsed for them will be but a trifle. We also have a nice assortment of Albums,'Collar Boxes, Work Boxes, Auto­ trophs, Etc. Chinawar»—Everyon© knows,w© ar© in th© lead--.—^Salads ,at 20c, 29c,.35cv and 49c. Berry Sets at 50c, 75c, 99c and $1.25. And then we have 500 pieces that sange in price from 5j, lOo, ...

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