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TILE ARGUS, SAT U liDAY, DEUEMUKl? 17.
All lea'her holding 18 rabirets, 24 cards, - - 58c
Larger Plush Stamped in filler, - 880;
Plush Stand Album holding 25 cabinets. - - $1.00
Also large assortment of other styles from to $1 to $9.
Coasters only 17c. Our sleds are the best made; come
and see them, also our sled bodies.
Our assortment is entirely too large to quote prices but
will only say we have them from 68c up; also shaving sets
jewel boxes, work boxes. '
Thn "all ar und the yesir" calendar is printed in color this
year. Ill ust fa. i ns by Pauline Suuter. an it is a marvel of
taste and beauty.
We are seilu g th "Standard" ttiis year in grad-s from the
cheapest o the b-8t. We also pave the perpetual diary which
is one of the most convenient books made.
Our line this year is mucu larger than ever before and has
every thing in it you may want Linen books, board cover
books, cloth bound book. Prices are from one csnt up.
We are the Connty Kep tiiory of the American Bible So
ciety. Also carry Dolman'e family and teachers self pronounc
ing b bles. a full line of Oxford & Boyster bibles and testi
ments always in stocR
Gold fountain pens. $1 25. Pocket books and bags cellu
loid novelties glove and hai kerchief boxes, Peloubet's Sunday
Sc hool Lesson n tea; celluloid 4c p-r inch blank books, sta
tionery, Alluminum Cabinit Frames, etc
We make a tp cia ty ot this branch of our business, carry
ing the largest line of moulding in the three tities; we
guarantee stock and wrb man ship.
AND ETCH!GS VW are for the Holidays selling Etchings
at one fourth off from the reu'ar price; This is your chance to
secure a fine pi turn t bargain.
Shakespeare, comp ete, i.nly 85. ; B. P. Roe's works, bound
in cloth, 44c; Conquest of Mexico, 3 vols $150; 'hite House
cookb k ; Webst r's luteraationalDicticuariee; MaTk T wain's
book?: Kollo books.
As you pass by our store you will see our Fancy Lady
standing in the door to welcome you to her home; she keeps
open house all the time to her friends, who wish to see her
large assortment of bisque, kid and Japanese dolls, also dolls
with natural hair.
Our Cabs have the new
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mnrp than others; f harorp for wnnH luhoolc in,l u a.
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strength of an all iron wheel; call and see them.
Kindergarten, Spelling and Building blocks, 25c; Snap,
Authors and Old Maid, 5c; Famous Men, Round the World
Joe, 10c; Proverbs, Dinner, and My Wife, are new 25c games.
Come and see our Brownie Ten Pins and other new games.
Our center draft, decorated shade and Font Library
Hanging Lamp, at $3.85, is a great bargain. In order to
close out our stock of Vase and Banquet Lamps, we have
marked them down to less than cost.
We imported this year, direct from France, our after
D inner Coffees, Teas, Moustache Cups and Saucers; also
mugs, salads, vases and figures, cups and saucers, from 5c to'
Beds, Hammocks, Wash Stands, Dressers, Desks, Chairs,
Rockers, Beach Board Desks.
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RARE SPECToES "AY CE SEEN IN
NEW Y0r:K AOUAIUVS.
Cotly .lujiaii Crnttnr.-s Thut Arr I'urd for
Woman Has Sea Vo tiai-ioio A rruiii-tl
in Hr Ilrnii;; i:.om.
Iov-rs f.f ),oM ptts w; o V-,- (!-
light in nire f-:it- of it'.ii; , if i; I color
i'orra rapidly ineroa-iias in nuinbur.
Durinc t iie lu-.t y ar tbe sail v.nti r ittjua
riiim Iihh lxcn more in rii m.-trd in this city
and in diffrrent . pi.rts of tbe country thiin
ever bi-fore. It 1 ;is ber-n found to be as
easy to ninkc this kind of ;:iiii,riuin self
sustaining t bat. :s, arrnno s j tbRt. a
cliaiiRe of wat.er or artifir aeration is
unnecessary ns a fresh v.-:.i : r nq'iarium.
An advtiTitnseot s feature f.f t lie tnaritie
aquariiirn alio i? t hat a pret ntnnluT of
interesting sj ceir li tis emi ! :ie?onm;o
dated in a very s null sjiae-. and can lip
kept suee ssfn!!y for a number of yoir
witbout n qiiirin:: imteii atti nt ion. More
over, the speciinc is in a marine acjisariin,!
are less en-rn-on hati t hose iiMially found
in the oidinary fn sii water ii.'jiinriiitu.
A well hn wn -society woman who lives
on Fifth rv. -tine, near Fifty-ninth stre. t.
has recently kept n sin.ii! imported
vessel on a liuie t; b!e in her ilrHwinifroo n
near the window, which lias attracted run
siderabh' at tent inu on mr. utit of t he beau
tiful (,'roiiii:iL:.s a: 1 ureal variety of c row
ing seaw-eils t hereir. and bevause. of the
display of fitie p :ti:t ns of sea urchins
those curious looking ineinbersof the fam
ily of radiates, wi ,h spines sticking out all
overthoir bodies, soniet iii like t he hedge
hog. This lady bus taken n jrrent, deal oi"
jileasnre iu eollei i in liviim anemones nii
along theeoast, at d she has brown, yellow,
red, while and silmon colored varieties.
On several occasions she has entertained
callers by feeding her pets with sinail
shrimps and the tiny white crab that is
found inside the oyster shell.
After eating one of these little crusta
ceans the anetiioni would rise up to almost
twice its Hernial h ngth and display its fi t:c
array of tentacles, with which its finid is
grasped to be carded tot lie sac which serves
asasioniach. Some if the anemones in
the aquai ium repioduced, and one point of
the r -kv.-ork on cue side f the tank vva
recently literally covered with tiny speck
of various colors, i.nd these were the spawn
of the a:i"uiones.
But the specimen id her collection which,
this lady Ii;tr tak -n the most pride in has
been un fiddly formed piece of living coral
which she obtaine 1 off the coast of Massa
chusetts. It lias become so acclimat ed and
accustomed to the artificial method of feed
ing which !ie ha employed that the liny
polyps come fortl to be fed when she nj;i
tates the water -n the vicinity of their
Mrs. Burke Hoc lie's two little boys have
two fine specimens of the Chinese nymph,
which has a peculiarly dwarfed body, hand
somely marked red and white, and iins of
an abnormal size.
Thomas Arnold has a pair of very small
fringed tnil goldti sh half an inch long, of
which fully oue-cparter is caudal fin, wide
ly divided with four llukes. These fishes
are tbe young of a very expensive pair of
Japanese fringe ti ils imported and raised
in New York. '1 be little mites are now
worth twenty dol lars, but when they at
tain au adult size their value for breeding
purposes will be orer $100. Both fish would
easily go into au ordinary vial. Their tails
are so heavy that ,hey can hardly swim in
a horizontal position. They are unusually
latfJUgent. even for uoldfigh. but that is
nec.iiise I m y were raised irura specuu mock.
I by the .l.-ipauese from one generation to an
other. Tin-parents of these fishes attract
cot:id"rabh- attention on account of the
; exceeding fineness anil gn ill leugi b if their
: taiis. Toe sum 1 f-"0 was recent ly offered
i for t in oi by a well known Xew Yorker anil
I It is cry diihcult to breed this class of
fish an I pro luce specimen pi rfect. in form,
1 tin atid color, i-or this reason the Jap
anese have ohi-'ined very high prices for
represi i.t.-.tivf sp, eimens. ' Among those
bred by M.;rk Sa:-,itn-l have been noticed
, niany with the dors.il fin foreshortened
i and sometimes misiii-. which Liives the
fish a very unusual appearance and pre
vents its steadying itself iu swimming.
Some of these tish are without any anal
fin, making the t:iil appear as though it
wereattached to the body by some artifi
One specimen out of about twenty-five,
raised in one tank was hatched with only
one eye. and it is remarkable how alert he
is aboutiiinner time every day, and how he
holds his own among bis little brothers
and sist ers.
It is not generally known that goldfish
spawn tiny yellow eggs (i!o",it thesUeof
a pinhead, w hich are glutinous and attach
themselves to the water plants in tbe
aquarium, where they hatch iu from three
to eight days, according to the tempera
ture and condition of the water. The lit
tle fish when first hatched are placed in
small jars operated on the teif sustaining
principle and put. where they will get the
early morning sun. After the yolk sac,
from which they obtain nourishment soon
after hatching, has been absorbed, they
are fed with particles of beef liver, raw
beef and wafer prepared fish food. Tiny
Crustacea, such as the water flea, water
shrimp, cyclops, etc.. which are taken from
a small "feeding reservoir" in a "diptube,"
are. also dropped in the water near the fish
Willi am H. liays has a valuable sjieci
meti of the Chinese comet goldlish, which
he obtained a year and a half ago. During
that time it. has developed into an ideal
specimen of its kind. The spread of caudal
fiu from tip to lip is nearly five inches in
length, with the llukes deeply divided.
This fish requires considerable space when
swimming, and presents somewhat the ap
pearanee of a creature moving through the
water with the aid of large sails. All the
other fish in the aquarium are afraid of it
for some reason or. other, except a male
macropodon from India, a curiously
marked lish, which apparently does not
fear anything that swims. The comet fish
mentioned is now worth tweuty-flve dol
lars. New York Times.
THE GREAT MISGIVING.
How It Beeiued to thn Luv.
A parson who had a call from a little,
country parish to a large and wealthy one
in a big city asked time for prayer aud
consideration. F'inally some one met his
youngest son on the street. "How is it,
Josiah," said the neighbor; "is your father
goiiiR to H ?' "Well," answered the
youngster judiciously, "paw is still prayin
for light, but most of the t hings is packed.''
Salt Lake Herald.
A Successful liook.
George Ohnet's "Maitre des Forges" was
written, it is stated, duriag his honeymoon,
with no little help from his wife, and the
latter, after several publishers had declined
his manuscript, persuaded him to publish
it on his owu account. They are said to
have drawu over tJOO.uoo from its sale.
A Delicate Criticism.
A preacher recently asked a college
president what he thought of his sermon.
"I beard in it. what I iiope never to hear
again." "What was thatf" "The clock
trike twice." Chicago Standard.
"Not onrs," say Rome, "the thought of death
Asking no bf aven. we fear no fabled hell. '
Life is a feast, and wo have banquettid J
Shall not the worms as well? j
The after silence, when the ft ast is oer.
And void the places where the minstrels !
Differs in naucht from what hatb been before.
And is nor ill nor good."
Ah. but the apparition the durubM(rn
The U-rkoiiiug linger bidding Lie foreco
The fellowship, the converse and tbe wine.
Tbe songs, the festal glow!
And. ah, to kaow not, while with frirnds I sit.
And while the porple joy is passeJ aixut.
Whether 'tis ampler day divinelifr lit
Or homeless eight without!
And whether, stepping- forth, my sonl shall see
New prospects, or fall sheer a blinded thjngl
There is, O grave, thy hourly victory.
And there. O death, thy stinfr!
William Watson in London Speaker. ',
Meats I'reserved ljy rreczinjr.
A distinct ion in preserving is that tin
nitg, drying and curing are definite in
their action ami are intended to produce
more or less durable effects, while freezing
is, thus far, a purely temporary form of
treatment., applied principally during pe
riods of transport.
Anot her di-i inct ion is t hnt while drying
usually damage animal substances
(though it is ap.dieablo without, bad conse
quences t :) ni.-a.y fruiKniid vegetables), and
while the various forms of curing have t he
incoiivei.ii nee of cotntntinic.i; ing s sjveial
taste to the matti is treated by them, both
tinning undfrei-it g have now been car
ried to such perfection of execution, that
in most cases they engender no ill ell'.cts
It is true that beef is injured somen h it
by f'ceziti g, but mutton is not, partly be
cause the texture of be, is more open than
tbi.t of mutton, and therefore more access
ible to exterior inllucitces, but mainly be
cause, while sin c; are frozen whole and
are protected by I heir skin against the di
rect contact of e ld with their inner flesh,
beef is cut up into quarters, and cut sur
faces (instead of skin) are exposed to coag
ulation. Freezing is, however, still in its
infancy, and niuc'i r.u-.re may be exjiect i d
from it iu tiie future than it has acnieved
in the p-ist. Blackwood's Magazine.
Sport lor the I'eary Party.
Among the explorers, and anions the
members of t hn reliif rri.ii;i io
tbe principal sport lay in the limning of j
me wairus a pastime, tint, was dangerous
as it was fascinating. The wairus is as
plucky and full of fight when disturbed as
the wildest tiger, and when n little band
of hunters started out iu their little whale
boat for such big game t hey were never
positive of returning alive. In Uens:;elaer
bay a party from the relief expedition em
barked with an Eskimo barpooner one day
on a bunt for walrus, aud they returned us
badly st ared as men well could be. They
fin d into a herd of t hirty walrus and killed
one, when instantly the whole herd, with
other herds that seemed to spring up like
maic from all sides, charged fiercely at
The hideous brutes lashed tbe water into
enormous waves, and, while the hunters
fired charges from their Winchesters into
them by the hundreds, made every effort
to wreck the boat. One htite nw enon-i.t
i an oar between her teeth and snapeoT it
I lilro n rt.oH UrLilA onnl 1 .. .. 1. t 1 t
I ---- . . -, v. . v i. . i v. gtub n i uewi till i
i shoulders over the side of the boat, which
; dipped a volume of water and narrowly
escaped capsizing. For fully an hour the
fight continued botly. Twenty walrus
were killed. Tbe water all about was dyed
with blood, and the men were victors.
P hi JjMir labia Record.;
Kitsslao .lust lee. j
Oriental ju-tite sometimes finds a par
allel in Kttssia, where judges and lawyers
see no difliculty in making eccentric deci
sions and taking the meat of the nut for j
themselves, leaving the shell for plaintijj
and defendant. One day, at a vi'.lage mar- !
ket, a shoemaker bougj.t a calfskin of a
farmer for rubles, and bavingno money '
wit h him went home to procnr:" it. 1
The farmer meanwhile sol i t he skin ut a
second buyer for three rubles. Tiienti.e
original buyer returned, and when h t'.is-
covered the trick that had been played was
so indignant that a quarrel ensued, ami ti:e
matter was brought before a just ice. i
"You liought the skin first?" said the
latter to the shoemaker after listening to
"For how much?''
"Two and a half rubles." !
"Have you the monev?"
"Put it on the table."
Then turning to the second buyer the
justice asked, "You bought the skiu after
ward and paid for it?"
"How much did vou pay?"
"Three rubles." "
"You have the skin?"
"Put it under the table."
The man obeyed, aud t he farmer was wr.X
"You agreed to sell for 2;; rubles, arei
as the buyer di l uot return promptly with
the moin'V you sold to another for thn e
"Have vou the three rubk.-?"
"Put them on the table."
When this had been doae the judge de
livered his decisi" n. "Tre shoemaker is t
blame for bargaining wil bout money rt;d
thereby cn-langc rir.gthe peace of thetown.
The second buyer is to blame for outbid
diiif? aixither. and the seller for dealing
with people wi-. hwt money. Now all three
of you go! March!"
And the? went .erforce, leaving skin
and money iichind them. Y'outh's Coiu
He Hated to Break tbe SeL
In eeneln village not twenty miles
from Boston it appears there is a side
street locally known as Maiden lane. The
name is more realistic than is obvious at
first, Tomiug, as it does, from the fact that
six erstwhile maidens have their home
there three on each side of the road. The
one eligible young man of the town found
it a place with a good deal of attraction.
The only t:.);i!,le of it was, as the goss-i.s
concurred. ti:e atti action o.i:'t npjct.r
specific eiiough. 1 ir.t'iiy, after spen I j .r
a couple of winters imparl i;:'i before t
half lio.eti iiresides.it becan e iiiaiu t",..i
Eunice .Vari.-. she of the end cottage an i
tbe sat:. :y bail was reeeiviug enough at
tention ::ii'i Baldwin apples to warrant
Public excitement rau high and ebbed
and ran high again, as mouths went by.
Nobody knew why the suitor waited, un
less, as a brother deacon said, berause he
was "natu'lly slow." At last, right iu the
face of a new conjectnre, the announce
ment came that be was going to marry a
young woman in a neighboring town. This
was a blow a blow so hard that when the
deacon's wife heard of it she put on her
china aster bonnet and went over to the
bridegroom elect to inquire into the sub
ject. "Now, look here, Joshua," she re
proached him gently, "I should Vr thought
yer might 'er suited yourself out 'er six iu
Maiden lane." "Well, I did think on 'U
I did think on Eunice Maria real ser'us,"
he admitted, "but truth wuz, I just hated
to break the set." Exchange.
Or, Bali's Sanitarium,
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Locsted In the re jst fashionable, quiet pnd d
Hniitful portion oft hUajo. netir Lincoln Park.
Voundetl 'of Dr. H"rr fort.'ieskl lful and scleutllic
trejitnient a'i.1 c ire (v.lien cunihle) of all de
form i lies. iK-rvo us di leases. tlirtnt and lanf;
diseases, sAin tlNeases and rhmnic Miner,
disease f women, disease of the kidneys
ami hlndiler, a'i:i curable chronic disci.se
; of nVttet-r nature they limy tx. The sarttarlimi
; Is urfert!i" iersnn:'l supervision sndeareef l;r.
B-rry himself, h.it there Is t-j addition a resid-at
. pMvsii-i.au, a matron and skillful nurses always in
Ir. Kerry's Itcr'ntatiou as a specialist I-
rfll known In Oil-nun l!i..t tliern is no n.-e.--!-i
f ir references. Imt for the twnei.t of thce
'. aj from Ohlaigo, we refer to the follovfin-:
RErEHENCES T3 CURED PATIENTS.
' ifr. It. Ciinnlpfthrun, Gi S. Lake P'.. A',rnn.
?i!.. ccred of Catarrh tmd IVHfiie.-.. Vr. b. !. H.
Atscott. lli V. Harrison St., "hlcairn. curn.1 er
rsdt Klip-am of 'tie bunds at-l feet. Mrs. II- rr?
K -se, Downs. ?iel.-;!Ti "i.. I, I., cured of 5 " '
t.iitarrli. &iss N.'ihe .lotmson. Morris, I !!.. ci:'"-'!
of catarrh. Ifr. 0. N. Mason, of Kenslmdoi. 11.,
ctirisl ol Nervous I-Li!lty. Mrs. N. S!:i'l:ii"-! t.
It.': Klftl-iii St. ridcaco, cured of Jo-untltti.
:.:r .I.J. Keller. 2" WtTta Ave., Cldwi:'. cvir-.J
of Skin IKsease (;!?B.es. Mr. V. J. Wlilttok- r.
Ciyd, .. cur:"d of Nervous Prostration. .V:
Clias. Walker. I.yotts. lows, cureilof skin f'!s
(eez-tna) of 6fl years' duialloti. Mr. John Larsua.
25StHirtlund St.. Chiraxn, eure. of Catarrb an !
Neundgla. Mr. 31. C. Mtir;y. csnitimlt. lib, c-i:: t
of Skin Ws.iasp. (stilt rheum) and bumJp'.i-e'
others whosn pletutes atid tlm iilstorv el ' -
cases nr all primed la Bern's boeii
i Chronic Diseases.
t REFERENCES TO BUSINESS MEN.
' H. H. Cooler, of flrejrory. Co"ley Co.. Tnlon
Stock Yanls, "flilcnt'o; -?. T. Roberts. 3l.itUfcer
Huyler's.lCl State St.. Chlrniro; Ibtrvev Jerittej. of
the Jenney-tiniham Ce.. U Madison t-t . Oilcan ;
D. S. Morse. Western Nw Co.. 40 Kamlolph
Chicago: Kobert Aiislei-.ri-.ienjjo Herald. 1M Wash
ington St.. Chltitto; Koliert Long, of Jbirstitoi
Field and Co., WnMhtngton Hil Hate?U.CI:l'tc.
A. Weinberg, sd.uus, V.'estlake Manufte-tarli i?
Co., Ontario and Franklin Hts..hieaao. and mnnj
others, all proiiilt t : ;uln"s men of Cliie: -zi,
irios names ant! ':' 'netits clvenin ftiil n
Ir. Berry's book en t hrenic Dlwiises. fcemi f.r
ane. There Is io '.iiti r0-e.
THE EINEXr Cl'ICAGO SPECIALIST.
i"rits and Purrs C:it?rr!i, Skin and Nerv"';? f"T;
eases, lneludlix; i';mp:es. Fixrkles, Bloteh-s, -Itheum.
b-zenih. bi;; rfluous Hair, Tunmrs. s-r"
fula and all Kklti Diseases: Diseases of the fcj.,
i Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma. Consumption arflaii
: Diseases of the Nose. Throat and Lunps: L"-' J
Ptrength and Tltalltr. Backaches. HeI:ieti-s
Weaknesses of Different OrjMiis. Neunilifltt. -easos
of the Kidneys and Bladder, Diseases oi
I Women and all Diseases of the Nervous brs'era,
Nervous Debility, Varicocele and all Deformities.
j Ir. Berry Cores Catarrh.
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