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NOVEM
PRICE
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BER
LIST,
GROCERIES.
18 pounds of Granulated Sugar for
19 A
Yl Cut Loaf
I3cst Winter Apples, per barrel,
Potatoes, per bushel,
Onions, do . . . . ....
Rutabagas, do ....
Reets, do .... ....
Carrots, do .... ....
Parsnips, do .... ....
Cabbage, per head, ....
Creamery, very fine, per pound,
choice, "
Fresh Kggs, per dozen,
Lard, our own made, 5-pound pails,
" 10
compound, 5-pound pails,
10
very best, loose per pound
Gillett's Baking Powder, 1-pound cans
Dr. Price's " "
Royal
Twin Prothers' Yeast, 7 cents, 1 for
Magic " "
Salt, 10-pound bags table salt,
t 5 " " "
" loose per pound
Raisins, London Layers, best per pound
Loose Muscatels " "
Currants, cleaned very fine, per pound
" good,
Lemon Peel,
Citron Peel,
Saffron, best Gillett's,
Rolled Oats,
" per 2 pound package
Oatmeal, per pound
Barley do
Rice do
Coffee, McLaughlin's XXXX per pound
do Chicago do
do Java very fine do
do do best d
do Mocha and Java 2 pound cans
do Green Java very best
do do Rio do
Cheese American Full Cream per pound
do Brick d
do Swiss Domestic do
do do Imported do
do Fromage De Brie per roll
Tea Gunpowder per pound good
do do very fine
do do very best
Oolong do -5' M)
Matches per package, one dozen
$1 1)0
1 m
1 00
1 65
50
65
50
60
60
65
05
25
20
18
K)
0
35
70
07
10
- 10
10
25
25
08
04
01
10
06
OS
00
15
15
10
12
03
01
06
20
23
30
35
75
30
25
13
14
30
25
25
40
60
and 00
15
DRY GOODS.
We have certainly the mot complete and beauti
ul line to show that ha ever been seen in tho Upper
I emnsula, goods that will talk for therawlven. Tho
Following are some of onr leaders:
Imported Dress Patterns,
Imported Dress Silks,
Imported Waist Patterns,
Silk Waist Patterns.
Fancy Serge, very fine. 45 inches
wide. 60 cents per yard.
All Kinds of Dress Flannels.
Outing Flannels, from 6 to 12c,
Drapery Silk Patterns.
Chinese Silks, very latest.
Japanese Silks, very latest.
10 Pieces of Cashmere, all colors,
will be sold at 20 cents.
2,000 yards of Dress Prints, all
must go at 3 cents,
Astrakhan Cloaking.
IUmI, P.lue, Green and Black, from $1.35 to $2.
Kiilenlownn, a big line, from 50 cents to $1.
Our Heavy Flannels are all in; very large line.
All will ltesoM away down.
In Jet TrimmingH and Fancy Notions, we ore
Mrirtly in it, in we buy nothing but the very latest.
Towels, a stunner for 15 rents, or 2 for 25c
Coats' Sjkk)! Cotton, per spool 04c
Richnrdson'H Spool Silk, per spool 08c
Fancy Filo Embroidery Silk 04c
Black Yarn, per skein 15c
White Yarn, " 20c
Best Knitting Yarn, all at 25c
Germantown " per skein 15c
Zephyr " " 15c
Saxony " " 08c
Spanish Black and White 15c
1 00 Remnants, Prices to Suit All
Children's WTool Hoe, 10 cents per pair.
Ladies' Wool Hose, 20 cents per pair.
Children's Underwear, from 15, with five cents
raise in sizcu.
Ladies' Underwear, from 25 cents to $1.25.
Union Suits, from 75 cents to $2.50, to fit any
lady in town.
Fancy Goods
For Christmas Presents.
Fancy Down Pill own,
Head Rests, Tin Cushions, Laundry Bs,
Spreads, Covers, Pillow Shams,
Hemstitched Table Linen and Handkerchiefs ar
all on sale at very low prices.
CLOTHING.
Down It Goes.
As we must bell out all our Clothing, we have decided
to give it another drop. The following arft the prices at
which they will be jnold:
15 Men's Suits must go at $3.00
16 " " " " 4.00
15 " " " 5.00
20 " " " " 6.00
20 " " " " 7.00
20 " " " " 8.00
30 " " " " 9.00
30 " " " " 10.00
20 " " " " 11.00
20 " " " " 12.00
20 " " " " 13.00
10 " " " " 14.00
15 " " " " 15.00
10 " " " " 16.00
10 " " " " 17.00
10 " " " " 18.00
Our $25 and $28 Suits will be sold at
$17 and $18. Boys' and Children's
suits all go at the same reduction.
We Have About Forty
Overcoats to Select From,
Which we will offer for 25 per cent less
than they cost.
Every workingman can wear a good
suit of clothes, especially now, as you
can buy them for less than half price.
Just come and look at the goods. We do
riot want to sell if they are not worth
more money than we ask, so do not miss
the opportunity.
Rubbers.
We haye Rubbers to fit every Man,
Woman, and Child, at low prices.
Our Shoes
Are the talk of the town. Fin
est ever seen. Call and see.
BLANKETS.
20 Per Cent Off
On AllBlankets.
50 Cent Blanket for $0.40
$1.00 " " .80
1.25 " " 1.00
1.50 " " 1.20
1.75 " " 1.40
2.00 " " 1.60
2.25 " " 2.00
3.00 " " 2.40
3.50 " " 2.80
4.00 " " 3.20
5.00 " " 4.00
7.50 " " 6.00
10.00 " " 8.00
Quilts, Spreads, Feathers, Pil
lows, and Mattresses at. the same
prices as stated ahove, 20 per cent
off
FURNITURE.
15 Per Cent Off.
Bed Room Sets,
Parlor Tables,
Extension Tables,
Kitchen Chairs,
Dining Chairs,
Fancy Rocking Chairs,
Bed Steads,
Kitchen Safes, Etc.
We will allow 15 ir cent off for the next thirty
days from our regular selling price. This gives all,
and especially new beginners, n chance to buy furni
ture cheap.
STOVES.
We have ten Cook Stoves, which we
are selling at Factory prices.
Household Goods.
All Wash Wringers, - $1.88
No. 9 Copper Nickel-Plated Tea
Kettle - - - - 1.00
No. 8 do do do .90
No. 9 All Copper Wash Boilers, - 2. 1 5
No. 8 " " " - 1.95
No. 9 IX Tin Wash Boilers, '.10
ti jl Next Monday and Tuesday, Novem-
2T U 11 fillO (LySLOOSo hor 1 6th and 1 7th. we will have a soe-
cial sale of Ladies' Jackets, Capes, ana rurs, ai ui v F v,0.uu..u..00.Jr...,Uu
buy in this line.
nTr7r It is well known that Mrs. Welsing Miller has the, finest and most complete stock of
MHH H lIlIlPIf$Yo Fancy Imported Hats and bonnets, etc., of any Milliner in the Copper Country, in quality,
IwlL-f li A N . M Children's Goods are the finest that money could buy. Call in and see them in
atyle or taoto, at prices to suit everybody, my urn MRS. WELSING MILLER,
time andjudco for yourself their worth.
L. Henees & Co.'s Cash Store.
NOVEMBER 12, 1806-

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