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HERBERT COLLINS, No. 415 MARKET STREET,
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GENERAL VARIETY STORE
SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS. Now is the time to get your presents.
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It is really a task to think of an appropriate gift. On my FIRST and SECOND FLOORS I have such an immense and varied stock displayed
that it will think for you, and the PRICES are so LOW that you will be surprised and delighted to see you can get DESIRABLE and USEFUL
GIFTS for your FAMILY and FRIENDS, both young and old, at much less than you expected to pay. I don't mention prices because I have
not the time or space. MY GOODS TALK FOR THEMSELVES. Just a partial mention of my large assortment.
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DOLLS CHRISTMAS BOOKS
SLEDS
Tree Trimmings,
Christmas Moss, ^
etc. etc.
GAMES
IRON TOYS.
NYU, ju i bring the little An unlimited Hiipply of Highly All the new and good old
gil l, lliev well do her good to, Illustrated Juvenile Picture Books, Games. l'ing Pong Sets.
• ee them. All kinds Irom and you would he surprised to j Crokinole Hoards, ('arrow
and Combination Hoards,
dust come and see for your
self.
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Ju st received one of the
assort ments
Jumpers and Sleds ever
seen in Wilmington.
bought so many that I can sell them very cheap,
all prices.
largest
handsome imported dolls on , gee tlio large stock of Christmas
jdow:i. Also doll dresses, doll.
! furniture and doll
of
Pocket Knives
Watches
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There is
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Cards, Greetings, etc.
not another like it in the city—
fern:
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carnages.
1 have them
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and the. price is the lowest.
Children's
LAMPS
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China,
^Glassware,
All sizes and kinds; everything in that line. Locomo- EnameSware,
fives, lire Engines, Patrol Wagons, Express Wagons—in
fact everything you can think of—and like all my goods, the
price is right.
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Tea Sets ft
Rocking Horses
Motor Toys g;
Magic Lanterns
Foot Balls ft
, , . .. . . . Children's Desks
Positively the largest and An appropriate and desir-1
most assorted lot in town, the able gift for a gentleman. 1 1 Children's Pianos
design and quality is the best have plenty of them—all i .
—and prices aro the lowest. | prices. j MUSiCal ToyS
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PICTURES.
They aro simply beautiful
—and a big stock, all prices.
It is worth your while to come
and see them. They make a
very desirablo present, too.
They are both useful and
fashionable.
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SKATES
EXPRESS WAGONS
An awfully nice up-to-date line.
F.asily find a suitale gift among
them.
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No end to the variety and
The hoy will
AMERICAN CLUB.
No end to the variety—at
I all prices—which is always the
lowest Consider quality.
all prices too.
i be tickled.
VASES AND
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JARDINIERS
SMOKING SETS
I have any kind you want,
it yon have priced them else- 1
ALBUMS
Mechanical Toys
Children's Dishes
INDIAN BASKETS
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No end to the assortment and
ked would really
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Complete Sets—table, chairs ,
! . the low ]iriee i
and"tho girl - dreams realized jsurpri.so you.
How they will please the
young folks.
'they aro beautiful - a useful
and thoughtful present.
pleased with what I ask.

Herbert Collins, No. 415 Market St.
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EVENINGS.
OPEN
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IHEATR1CALS.
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1 0'Britj; A idea of a tramp is au
uKuellaur burlesque ou tho original
■ Kli. 1 ■ Tim Haight Brothers in
.V 1,1,it of oi•centric .lancing.
thirr r k Iiltoc-etlier original, and it
thev are not satisfied with the favor
•coorttodthem during tlio week they
jnustlm very hard topleuse. The,
Igfiitcliels, comedians null dancers:
*The Sully Family, introducing the
-younger Sullvs, Bill and Jack; Mis
;i*h.i beautiful musicle specialty:
ffaecutel the aerial star. Van and
■atc-hert and others,complete tho bill
Kma..er Bockstaders unuounce
■io n 1 °for Christmas week is of
Rneeial interest, it. view of the fact
the bill is headed by tlmtfuvur
Ite Jane Courthrope, with lieruwn
company. '
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DOCK STA D Ell'S.
Even the approach of Christmas
week, and the problem of gift buy-
ing which the' time brings with it,
-tia* not deter red the many patrons
?gm( vaudeville from taking ' in a mati
■ Bee or evening performance at
■ Dockstader's this week, and the
W sittsiiU ance has hardly shown liie
;«e«rness of Christmas Lime. Frank
tO'Bricu. "The hero of the sidedoor
l^ilPulImau." and for many years a
pJlmvorite comedian with ilie Hoyt
^S bompaaies. has proved a star at
traction for this neck, especially
for the many who enjoy comedy.
T1IK WIMIKKNKSS.
1 There is (much curiosity to see
Jl. V. Fsmond's new play, "The
Wilde rue as, " which will bo present
ad by Charles Frolmian's ICmpn c
fl'tioatre Company at Fraud Opera
House next Tuesday night. D
was originally (produced at George
Alexander's Theatre 111 London,
iv he re it ran lor a
enlira sens
And laat winter it occupied nearly
the entire time of the six months'
»ngagemeut of the Umpire Theatre
Company at their home piayhouse.
1 The title Is tignra 11 vo and sign!
tiea the world at large. 'J hi actum
•tarts in a Bond street tea mom in
(London and ends in the country,
{The story is ot a girl who imagine*
fcerself iu love with a young man
frlio woob marry her because
tieilhei hat money, and who has
foeen taught by her scheming motliar
that a gir' * main purpose in life
ohou.d bo to marry a mao ot wealth
• ud posit,on She finally weds a
baronet, >or his t;t!e and money and
»■ the eud tads truly iu tove with
lie: o*v;i husband, 'i'lie essence of
s conveyed in thn lines'
^h n it l.iinond has evidently made
the text for Id# theme "N'es. if
ked woman falls genuine
ly m !ove. she
tiie p ay
ev**n a
.1 become a good
woman ' t.hnrie« Kichmond and
Margaret Anglin
company liavo spleudid roles.
who bead the
J il L DLKDGK OF HONOR
Thomas !•; Shea and b
com pa o v will hold tho boards at
Grind Opera Mouse on Christmas af
teroo
excellent
and night and uli ttie fol'
Ing week wnen lit* will
former »
present bis
,
- <>11 u,« knnie {fraud
scale of oilier years. Tlio Portland
| Me., Advertiser says: "Thomas K
Shea is making a conscientious effort
to give to the people ol this country,
a theatrical entertainment of the
hi B lie»t quality ;it prices winch do
loterfcro vvilli popular mlciest
sod without any of the extraneous
diversions and specialt. programmes
"'"c" "~f'.V every other manager
"»aS">c» Ins company is ...complete
without, bill on t.lie contrary de
tracts from the play and h confns
mg to .ay the hast. Most of os have
enjoyed the agony of seeing the
brilliantly gowned lady of the great
oal. room scene, come out between:
the act. ten minutes later and do a
"merry hUle *<•»» and dance."
« lUl ' hca '» '''»ore.it, as it
is .evident iron. In. uoliev that win.
him "the play Is the tiling and lie Is
| to be congratu.ated nn g.ving us art
'in a form which mdicales bin high
>1 r >he;i will present .is
• M.e IMcdgc of
purpose."
his opening bn!
There :ire doubtless any number
of local Iheatre-goera who will re
member the line about twenty
years ago. that Hu FI a 1 0 Bill came
here w tli a company composed of
Tex ts lack, a famous Western
heoul, Wild Hi!!, another weli
known ironimr man but not the
original of the name -Buckskin Joe
aud a liosi o' celebiities dear to
; American bo
tlonor.
Till: FLAMING ARROW.
hearts how
i Lille
fe 1-ws crowded the 81reels
1 to see tbo
a wes© ne I Indian lighters
pass to and fro on their wav to and
from the plavhouse but not any le*s
luteresting were Hie I nd ir
tlio real thing, who were also in
tegrai parts 0 . the aggregation. It
was probal/.y the first time that
the real, Simon i'ure lletl Man had
been seen on a local stage That
episode in our history is inevitably
recudcd by the Indian* win will i-c
at Grand fipera House ou Mon
the stirring melodra
, The I j m -g Arrow, '
„re i",lu«, », tbi. t>r,,iluction
tools part .« "B'lfTa > B.li, the
he., a yoo.!
. ... were boy > all ol I hi*
« Use progress ll,e
the stage On Won
ten apromineat pari
Braves,
s
day night
n
;
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King of tiie Border
mane
itupt cases
there
the first d h *r sex and race to make
I any success t-n
(»o*Moiidfvk ta
in the
'There
stage
To add to the
: J nlcrest of 'The FNamtug Arrow, "
i# a so a real Indian actress -
s making
jicrfor nacce and (iocs it
well - trie girl JU a picturcsfjue fig
tire aad the imparts to Iter work
ue than ordinary grace and iu
lelligeu;?.
\ MiIIm
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Y is.
'lay lor A 1 ullerton's
Dyspepsia
Lllxir for stomacb trouble and incii
W.G. Taylor, iOJ King
^est.joo.
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Hart &
Oolbourne Co.
822 Market St.
FLOOR FURNISHINGS
UPHOLSTERY FARBICS
LACE AND
HEAVY DRAPERIES.
j
Rug's.
J'Jio \vi»iul(*i'ful demhud for those
Is, lias boon
o liad antirijmtod,
•xcess
just p
tho rpst "
tin*groate-d
t li«^
,,
> (f -
iihvj
s ib-sira!»!.• g
a-.T Hi;
hi-*
■ CYpCCtiltKill. But
undiascd iind put on salt* 1 l'<*r
f tlio holiday season onlyj
1 values ever olYored for
Tie
lS '\:;i<" .Smyrna, nlvvnv* $l."5
now $1.00
-s -t- .Mi
l"\ S 111 \ nia. «iI w;
»"x"• 4" Smyrna, always $.'Lr»
now I•». **5
>m vrna. always *4."5
r-'..-,1
.....
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,v '
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•' pnir worth I
■- l«.ir Hi m* for »l jwrpair j
:• |«.r vv.rl H„r 12 2 .,
p.ur worl , * . 0 0 for * 2 .!t i pair
- |.:,ir w.,r , »l.oO for a,r
- |'«ir worth ♦,.»() I»r ♦*.•-& per pair
i I, ♦ hi I,.! per pair
liiorely !( Mippfstinn. Wo
tlinrs o,|iinlly ohenp in Irish
int. Swiss Tnmbonrnnd Ai-abimi.
H.-nvy Draperies are lining sen-oil
i„ Hi,, aaino wav. Ve.ur r»nil ir von
,t IhI-m mlnnlaau ,.r il.ie,,„
d tslo HinaulsgH (dll,e,Blow
prices nr I lie* np.vl low days. Only
alow id' I he liouian Klripos lelT.
\tliile I hoy Inst I lie- price will bo i
C-'.r.i). *:*.tie #:i. 25 , H..'.d nnd I
I'illnvrs are having a nim-y lime. !
Ciin'l go I 11 ■,. 111 front tlio workroom |
r»»l ... Will have plenty lor
1 • i
- " Siiiynm. uI w.tvs $6..*
j
now $l,f.O |
■list**; * nnd Brussels I
'it li Hi
AVillii
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Lace Curtains
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i* what 1«
ikon and t«
cloati up
iall lots and
Id pairs we h

pricod t Itmn liko t hi
o fur $1 .Gr» per pair
*:» for $!.:■'
1 pair worth
- per pair
pair
This i
l.r
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Screens and
Tabourettes.
)
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Bi-Hwtiful ii
unuixii a ml quality.
•Srroeus ill tlio fnlil filled uud to I
be flllful.
'
Oflk. MhIi-^ any and Kbo* I
uv. to $7..-U.
'J'aboHredla# hi a in ##*• 11« 1 and J
Burnt winH.
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!IX DEFENSE OF
The Rev. .1 Albert Stene.lt of this
city addressed the recent convention
of educators in Sussex comity. After
speaking upon the subject "Educa
l ion and l*oliLies'' ;
practiced by
the five races ol men, the speaker
said in part.
"Recently I have noticed consider
able eriticiamof the Hepubllcan par
ty by a few cultured colored voters
of Delaware. There mi^ht he a cou
-siderable less desire to "fight''by the
j parlies in question.were they to note
thefact that the ilepublicnaisin of Del
aware, may not be truly representa*
tiveof pure Republicanism which
stands lor patriotism and good ciLi
/.c ns hip.
"It is nob fair lo blame the great
whole for tho doings of so small a
part, in a Stale
significant by not having senatorial
representation at the nations capi
ade CSDecialiv in
, ,
■ UmlKl tliinkiiij* cd.orccl met, are
not disposed to lay all I lie blame at
tho d
tal.
of the dominant part of the
in Delaware for
Be publican party i
tiie tiea^mcnc. and present condition
of llie Delaware negro,
"But lather consider bis condition
in many cases the result of dis-union,
(lisseuoion. and lack of ^ood common
sei se displayed by u great part of h s
ace.
j Mjsempiv heunerv al ter ll.e lapse of
., (J:t . u Ighi. andsav III. respec-Ublo
„ egr „ B( ,'j, lbor j, tl ; e cailsc simp i,
h, 4 i,se a degenerate neirro neigllbor
, ook on a f„ rme ,. i^-aslois; that
hasiill passed away. Too liroatl term
negro can no longer he applied. All
isiinla of adjectives mu»L nowhe used
to limit or rteline tiie meanin - condi
lions, and changes in the race Have
made distinction necessary.''
- . , -
fihamoia- m,s,> yOh'M tSii at.
"
i a , ' ,u one.
I JLpef -nF
! Un« -v »i..'i,n. tmi'actual
| •"> l«nikei»- Wil« »i $i
t , l r I S'* "
i bi> «. F'osteu ruleH St.tUa«.81 «'oimn«r( Jul
H^i lihei. 4ft*§e.
Gi/varnnirtiit bondn
f,ai " 0 '" l
Noonocan say that wlienover tlio
negro comes t,o tiie party for some
thing in a united, agreeable, ora de
j filled way, that he has not gotten his
request, if it were possible to give it.
I know that there is some unity iu
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Lite negro race especially among tho
ss. but even among
! them there i» none to spare.
I But colored men aro not all alike,
I nor do they all look alike, as
j limes sung.
intelligent
some
look u l
•.indid farnur < aa ip
b
ii. $1^685^4.9:18
! klexi'-Hli ilOllHr.#. iT
»teadv
Slate bond- firm
bonds si l ong
Atchi.#on.OiiUrto* Weal. 29
Faclfl,- Mull ... 19*4
People # ha# 101'%
Reading. 0114
a n*1 . Wb
. ITIH
Sugai KsttufM tg'i
Pselfle .. 40 7 i
C'.,«. V I Kl. I. %
) Ctios Sr Ohio.. 47
| jU«I. A Hudson. Ml!
i Erie. 3;iH Rock
I Klee trie 17S*4 «' I'ai
.946
J.ead.28S T
..owls A Nu«h lZ.1t* Union Pacific 994#
Manhattan Cou 147*4 Waba#h pier tiff
MiHtouri Hac .. lo# 1 ., Waai, l ulon ...
N, Central... ISBs
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RS. MARCIA BERRIE had
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stress of the Shelly
IS"y'
Fair
only a lew short
ninths; hut long enough,
Iter all, for ev
cighborhood to have 1
of Joan Benie's
m
■ m tfie
(ey;
opin
econd
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!Shp dressed finer than his first wife
:# do- she spent
and seemed several
the first
did
»<l .second w
hour? at the piano,
wore aristocratic* tli.
dtgicf
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honored custom, reaching
the stouter branches of the
; ba«'k '
j central
i trj^idc;
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the owner of the K
the c
give a New Year's dinner
d each guest wan invited to
nv leaf fur yearly 1
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lurk.''
Of ct
\ it
as the "lirsts," and not
t he
"thirds," as the ship*
V, who enjoyed these 1
siitillv, they begi
"what to
.il feast#
d.
be:
'ear." This yet
■CfSsily to be a little nn
■ i»uitirular ub
nf guwus and
t. the c
•id i!
tiimmings, l'ot* the
•w M 11 .
' Bcrric
a lady of
* in her
, ri Bhl. and dressed dal
lately.
"\V
Mi*. Will
! fed tint
d '•he l
l*t
• presence as an h
. -. I intend lo have t
j d ,,.„ ••
the
Far
ilk; a
And 40 the "lints" pi;
1 pas* all t.
profound 1
■r efforts, for the *al
of
,
ipressimi; therefore, by
i Idle ol December a sc
ere the pride
tninme owners.
1 a* man) ambi
goWI
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Shelly Farms
net res#
[ f (j |
, - ii,-* f
o all, ;
ere just dying to
her it
I I'm
gra.
di*]i|;i\ their
lur
! « f .
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Xll
' IN in
i ,„ c N,. n i
| <lnl,l«-aiie -ndrfenly lei -kirniikliiiiK and
eAtt-d her. point blank, "it the l-'anue
| wni,I,I give annual dinner tlii- ye.iT'
I , certai.ily,- en-e.eved il,,- new wife,
J-r f.ce liabtwg m, with plearaw. --h«w
b "' ,d " ml 1 ;* v ' bt,n ! ,u " n "'* , f " r
some tune. 1 tie invuntions arc lale. but
Mr. Berrie roiiid not help
4ni p o( (
tequaieted r„ t et ti.w
.hall eemi them tin. week, however, and
I . . -W the 'new leaf
1 | " , '*U»r* e*ee«li«*l.v.''
j ' ll "< iiifotmaow, was ivlm Ah.
■ **■'* Pl'^othropy lor
j that she wan a her
p
| to I lie fr
■ more about the "movornaiit." "It.
accountahle rca*
the iuvitat ion#
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•ere tardy.
'mud it lie possible that the second wife
"f those new women, who would,
ell swoop, elimiiiHle the annual
dinner? And would John Ben
t hat ?
a!
(j,,i,j VNU
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• desperation of Mi*pon«e. Mrs.
delegated to call at the
tensiblv
veinent. but really to scent the
Near festivities aud
Mr-. Bcrri
speak of .i pliil;
•rdiu* card
oourteoudv and plea*antl>, i
the philaidhropic idea
c.l
i
l huiiust icall),
graciously
ceepting the presidency
> when the) should organize.
*l»tttloll dll
m the caller could
Hie bride's plans concern
's day. Jvxasperalud. Mrs.
itil lo-day,
•11 enough
t alone.
We
lutrmig wan
full
hour# for, and Hie took her le.
. lee!mg
of the fir.#t water.
Mr#. Berrie accompanied her caller
gate in Iter eugernes#
Mlk
1 elevate (he toiler#,
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icrataud," *
h with
Raid, aud I
neighbors?"
"Ye-#." answered Mrs. (luldwaiu
tnlmg 1o break up her luxurious S
Year's dream by burnpiug against (he in
trusive fact that washwomen and ditch
ri:git**M occupied Ihe same planet together
• wits the "hi-U."
gel i
r poorer
. lu*.#i
"Yes,'' she repeated,
gani/.e you will accept the presidency?"
•Hid she gut up an interested look, almost
is good as the genuine.
as the reply.
"I thank
Berrie
fi.«u for tin* honor,' and Mr**, .loi
pies.*fd the caller's hand fervently,
Tiie (lelegale was not Very favorably in
ith the joung wife's enthusi
over the question, and the pressure of her
hand chilled, rather than thrilled, her
leMivc heart.
flue need
Rut
consoling ^nought
it all: they nc
mild "organize." It
ms only a subterfuge to
•p substantial.
out
tliin«
Mrs. (ioldwaite tripped
turning, where she
reined
long to lh«
, who
•- to a-k breathlessly:
Mrs. Dt
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| ''Did you find out?"
'To be sure; it lakes
d she
I "Thev w
to (ind
SM .1
triumph.
:i as usual. But
ill have the d
Mrs. Berrie, not being acquainted, couhl
l AL.
"i
•Hate
Ut rri(
help her until to-day.
could
' ciied Mr*. Wilton, "that
counth for it all. Well, w
will bj delighted
(cat tlii
are read) and
help tun: the
car. heCiiUHp of the .sweet
host
"She
*er tho philanthropi'
• lolled uj» her eyes in
Buth ladies giggled and
c.app.'d their* bauds, immensely amused
ondcrfully (dated, though,
k,"
t Mm.
Liohl W.
"ck
»t the adroitness of their "foint" Jfi-l it*
Nucce.'a.
The expectant "lirsli'' were all ;igog
foi a few days, looking for
but, strange to .*;
••d the familiar square
the Bei ri.
and thing;
e of the 1
velope
it I lie c<
"e fast iiahltlU*
vith
mg the niy.-te
Mu!
'crytliing was made exceedingly
Mi>. Meigs,
plain, finally, by the bux
iier-wonnui
io of Mie i
"And it*-* ....
to have a tine dit
who
4
New \ ear's day!"
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Nsw, Yer Away Off I
felie boasted tu Mrs. Wilton on the next
Monday morning, a# she ran her broad
Land turough tin* steaming unit*.
"Some one going to send you a nice
l.jiket?" quiered Mrs. Wilt-ou, thinking
•e of the benevolent president, to be.
"Nitw! jer away nff!" laughed the
woman of labor.
But
invitation to
tiie New Year's dinner at. Shelly Farms;
got it. ia a tine cover with the Berrie army
dHUier «f i
Why Mrs. Maiinda Meigs F'
the astonished Mrs. Wilton,
are not
, 1
ol." Hiving the lit
emphatic yank; "it
tickled ;
lie
of the wringer ;
the Bilile truth,
she w
And I was s
o the gold aiged card,
it
"W hat
desperately, the awfulness
thropie "
fellings.
*'\\ hy, she writ f bat 'she
bantl would 1 urn the
this t
- I hat V" a>ked Mr-. Wilton,
a philun
•veuient" gripping her heart*
leaf themselves
worthy poor to
New Veais day.'
dropping her voice to
"where l
•goin' lo dine. New Year's,
"1 liaidly know ye!,' answered
Wilton, truthfully; tin
closet and studied the fine, ne
dress, with conflicting thought-..
For a >oung chit from college to come
Ho their midst ami make
unheard ol Miubbing plnn«
appear peculiar.
il it
it'* the
(1
with them
A ml
of
I*'
11 1 interrogative.
Mrs.
she tied to the
du
ch
her (
oiitiap'oiia!
The Shelly Farms'
M'l I'-cl 1V
11 b<
would have to be d
Suiting pliilunlliropy.
By four o'clock t hat
bad made the
nuble!
• to ofl'-ot this dis
at lei noon Mrs
is of tlii* insult
tli# country aide; find a s.veJl
VYb.
Sinner-party Imd been arranged for, al
Mr*. OoMWaite'#, for three
lid rea-.
de!tea; second,
common
life cot
mid cat
ance, aud thud, I he ({old
tage
ituated I ha I they
5 tho CO,
.* tide
the '"sscoud-i"—
ind possibly the "third"" ll
tho
P
1 11 ai.y (t ; tue appointed lime tiie
t ho
outraged upper t
uppointed place it
(Mil gathered ;
?t* the outrage
l#i ''men'
J llie iiliilaiithi"|i.c
|)re*id«nt.
li.v tb
spcctabk* people of
gone b\
'••luck all tin* indigent but re•
.* ncittliburliuijiJ ii ad
their Suuduv licit.
"Onion# and *
eiki
!" drawled Mr.
fmuily paa-ed «*a
ktie brigade. ' comment
>1 her "tii«t, a> tiie pn-toi
a poor
Mipen lit cu
lts Sunday mJiooJ, together with i
in a double
•tiHiled their
ch
cli, a
lie
a (to/e
ulcigh. And ti
•ilk# and Miiiled
In
'lirsts''
nrisinviiitic conttfiiipt.
Before the (foldwaito parts broke ii[»,
however, s measengc^ fro
bowed himself into then mid
sgain. leaving the hobte## lojkmg
piciously at a
"the ami)
I* Mr#. Meigs would have
the Fariui
id Ollt
iisiago iu her hand, with
blazed onto the corner , ,f
a
id,
Shs
llaneed timidly around the expectunb
circle and finally drew forth a daintily
perfumed note aud read.
"A very htppg New Year to all! It
Las occurred to us, dear people, that you
Hia\ not have comprehended
in bidding
All me interested i
will be understood
Gay, the new leaf
ly aud beautiful, and Tins
motive
guests for the day. As
philanthropic
1 irk.
lien
» turned i« ver) lime
ade many
heart# happy. Husband and I turued ths
leaf'sugge#led by Luke, the boloved physi
cian. We knew y
return the compliment, and i
those who could not recompense u**.
"We extend greetings and desire that
you all lejoice with u*. Mr. and Mr#,
John Berrie, Shelly Farm#."
The "lir
•e all well able to
e bads
looked soberly at. each
other; the spirit of the note touched the
good iu them and the new dinner dresses
for the time, forgotten,
es," limy »aid, "the whole neighbor
hood ha# enjoyed a llappy New Year to
day. Surely it i# u pleasant
But Ihe philanthropic society ha.# never
been organized, ulthotigh the prospsi-tivv
president i» ready and waiting.
A
leaf!"
Sfiv V.
•L MimL.*(«.
FLOI n l limittl«rl hii*I tmrely steady;
Minnesota patents'. $4'a4.2»r.' winter
straights. $3.43$j.55; winter extras, $ 2 .& 5 <t#
11.15; winter patent?, »fi*3.f»u.
\YH Id AT Opened Arm on cable#, but
ened tinder liquidation and lino
Aluy. 8lk«8lA 4 <'.
y: state. fofltS**.. «-. i. f., N>vr
York; No. western. 59c, f. h.. ufioai.
CORN'-Opened steady with wheat
higher Hies, then yielded 1o tinloud
ie; January. «4'. Mav. 48V.
OATS Dull 1 . ml «„v: track. whll«,
state, 8«*x^t'4!{(.; (ran k, white, western, 3?',4
I
in
1
PORK- Dull:
RL>- Dull;
:.-s. family, | 1 S.
prime Western steam,
; slap* dairy, 20<oi38<?. 1
extra creamery, ay. .
Oil KIOSK-.steady; state, full
small, colored, f'ai.ev, Hepieinlier, 19\
m;c.; late mad'*. 1Vqfi:v € >-.; small, while;
September, 13V : late made.
ISVic ; large, colored. September. 13%c.;
late made, VVftWir , iarge. while Sep*
tember, 13V : late ruado, U^i:iV*c.
EGGS Weaker, state and Pennsylva
nln, average hem. 2Rc.; western, fancy
graded, *'««■.
SUGAR - Haw si«ad\ ; fair reftnliig,
Vo'
i 1
BUTTER Ki'ftd
•earn,
3 :-!«.• . r
i i 15-lfic.; ry.<
deie.d. t «:,o.
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i>l A
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' the electfi,• ileligh
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Diamond Pings.
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