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DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, •lay 16, 1B91: Bar. ft. m. p. m. I 2 I 8 Max. tern., 71: mln. tern.. 48. NEWS NOTES. Rev. R. G. Hutchins.'D. D., will preach today morning and evening at the First Congregational. A large delegation will be over from Boyle Heights to hear Golden Hair and the Three Bears at the Grand opera house. There are undelivered messages at the Western Union telegraph office, corner Court and Main streets, May 16, for Paul Jones, Miss Hannah Armstrong, M. Truman, James Phelan. Four weeks ago Mrs. Mathilda Olsen, ot 207 Sotello street, met with a very painful accident. In getting off a cable car, she was thrown to the ground, sus taining severe injuries. She takes this means of telling her friends, and she would be glad to see them. By reference to the advertising col umns the advertisement of E. Wine burgh can be found. Mr. Wineburgh is a firm believer in advertising, and by a perusal of his display one will readily see that the line of dry goods he is carry ing is a very fine one, he having lately replenished the stock in every depart ment. Company A, National Guard of Cali fornia, will go out to Cahuenga today for a practice field and skirmish drill. The signal corps will accompany the guards and will establish a line of com munication between the field and head quarters in this city. Tbe signal corps' military dress ball will take place at the armory on Thursday, the 21st. A very finely executed portrait of A. McNally, jr., the son of A. McNally, is on exhibition at Sanborn & Yail's. It is a picture of a youngster whose friends cannot wish him better than that he may turn out to be a duplicate of McNally, sr. Today is Mrs. McNally's birthday-, an occasion which will give her many friends an opportunity of expressing their good will. The dress rehearsal Saturday proved the assured success of Golden Hair and the Three Bears. Miss Austermell as queen shows careful study of the part, and her beautiful voice will be heard to good advantage. The chorus did grand work, and had their part we.l in hand, and the bears are irrepressible. The management are satisfied that the whole evening will prove delightful. The American Protective league has added another subordinate lodge, called Pacific league. Its officers were installed in Caledonia hall on Friday evening, last, by District Deputy Governor D. Gilbert Dexter, assisted by Governor Judson Stone, of Reliance lodge, and Governor J. R. Summers. Officers: Ex governor, Dr. Y. Nadeau; governor, J. R. Summers; lieutenant-governor, Dr. John L. Davis; speaker, T. J.. Kiger; secretary, J. J. Brady ; collector, J. H. Smith ; treasurer, J. W. Davis; teacher, Chas. H. Wilson ; marshal, Capt. W. B. Johnson; deputy marshal J c. Glid den: imarrlT r T^* fflo - For passage to and from Europe call at Santa Fe ticket office, 129 North Spring street, Los Angeles. For first cabin apply early. Charles T. Parsons, agent. ______ I can, will, and do teach advanced, double entry bookkeeping in six weeks, f arr, expert, 233 West First. Ladies, if you have any spots on your dresses, or anything to be cleaned by the new dry process, before spoiling it your self call at E. Deste's, 320 West Second street. The German-American Savings bank, 114 South Main street, compounds inter est quarterly to its depositors. Five per cent interest on term deposits. A Trip to Hawaii. Health-giving, charming, cheap; »125 round trip. U. B. Rice, agent, 124 West Second street. _ A suit of clothes can be selected from the largest stock in the city, made up in the latest style, and fit guaranteed, by B. Bens & Hon, No. 213 South Spring street, Hollenbeck block. R. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care fully drawn. 125 West Second. Never out G. G. Johnson, Notary Public, has removed to 119 N. Spring st. Always in. PERSONAL. Captain Nerney is in the city from San San Diego. Dr. R. A. Ellis is in the city, and is registered at the Nadeau. Mrs. I. C. Maynard of San Mateo iB a guest at the Hotel Hollenbeck. B. T. Turner of Pennsylvania is a guest at the Hollenbeck hotel. William B. Foster of San Francisco is registered at the Hotel Hollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ingraham of San Francisco, registered at the Hollenbeck yesterday. S. O. Corbith of Chicago is among the guests that registered at the Hotel Hol lenbeck yesterday. Mr. Fred Newcombe, who represents a large publishing house in New York, is at the Hollenbeck. George Barstow and sister, of Santa Ana, are registered at the Nadeau for a short stay in the city. Mr. Macdonald, one of Riverside's en terprising business men, was in the city on business yesterday. Ex-Senator E. H. Heacock of Santa Barbara, accompanied by his wife, is registered at the Hotel Hollenbeck. Max M. Baden, the well known trav eling salesman of San Francisco, is in the city. He is registered at the Nadeau. Richard Gird, of Chino, came to the metropolis yesterday morning on busi ness and returned home in the evening. E. B. Buck, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Baker and Mr. C. Horber, all of San Francisco, are guests of the Hotel Hol lenbeck. Mrs. S. R. Hayes and the Misses Hayes, and Mrs. George B. Willcutt and child, all from San Francisco.were among the arrivals at the Nadeau yesterday. Dr. Haddens and daughter, Mrs. J.W. Walker Dr. and Mrs. James W. Had dens, all of St. Joseph, Mo., arrived at the Nadeau last night from Coronado. B. W. Richards, Ontario, Mrs. E. F. Edelin, Oakland, and N. J. Kitchen, Trenton, N. J., are among the guests that registered at the Hollenbeck yes terday. Dr. and Mrs. E. Stephens Clarke, of San Francisco are registered at the Hol lenbeck. They went .to Coronado yesterday, but will return to this city tomorrow. Gus Walters, the well knov;n horse man, has returned from the mountains and is living with H. M. Green at 251 South Olive street. He has lost his voice and his condition is very critical. Rev. J. B. Tombes, D. D., of Placentia, was in the city yesterday. The doctor has just purchased a fine residence lot on Eleventh street, and will soon build a nice home .upon it, and move into it. He will still, however, continue to cul tivate his fruit ranch at Placentia, which has become the source of a handsome in come to him. Dr. Tombes was one of the leading spirits in the establishment of the Baptist college near the western boundary ot our city. THE SPORTING WORLD. Yesterday's Racing: Events—A Long Game of Ball. No sensational news name over the wires from the Gravesend track yester day. Russell, who won the two-year old race, will be remembered as the sen sational two-year-old of America in the early part of last spring. He was run off his feet, and before the season was two months old he had to play second fiddle to Strathmeath, Potomac, Sallie McClelland and several others. The son of Eolus promises this season to re trieve his lost laurels to some extent. Sir John, who won yesterday, is Cali fornia bred, being by Sir Modred. He iB a bay colt and promises to be one of the crack three-year-olds of the year. TWICE A DEAD HEAT. Louisville, May 16. —Track too dusty to be fast. Three-year-olds and upward, mile and seventy yards—Milt Young won, Dick erson second, Harry Smith third ; time, 1:49. Three-year-olds and upward, mile— Dead heat between Comedy and Ed Leonard, Remini third; time, I:ts'._.. The run-off was declared another dead, heat; time, 1:45%. The second run-off was won by Ed Leonard in l':46V«. Two-year-olds, five furlongs—Huron won, Gorman second, Farraday third; time, 1 .-03. Two-year-old maiden fillies,half-mile — Moberly won, Unadilla second, Maud Howard third; time, O:6OJ^. Three-year-olds and upwards, mile and a sixteenth—Glockner won, Jubilee second, Response third; time: 1:52. AT HIS OLD GAME. Louisville, May 16. —E. Stover, owner of Linlithgow and other good horses, has been notified to leave tbe race track here, as his entries will not be received. The club officials claim to have evidence that he was bribed to scratch horses so that another could win. . » ; RACING IN THE .MI D. Gravesend, May 16.—Track too heavy for fast time. Three-year-old maidens, mile—Hypa- Mile and furlong handicap—Sir John won, Tristan second, Lavinia Belle third; time. I:s9>£. Two-year-olds, five furlongs—Oppres sor won, Laughing Water second, Lady Washington, colt, third; time, 1:05. Three-year-olds, mile—Russell won, Terrifier second, Picnicker third; time, 1:45. Two-year-olds, five furlongs — Mars won, Fred Lee second, Partimony third: time, 1:05^. Mile —Watteraon won, Baldwin sec ond, Struke third; time, 1:46%. OAKLAND RACES. San Francisco, May 16.—Oakland jockey club opened spring meeting to day. Track was hard and favorites won every race. One mile —Acclaim won, Applause sec ond, Revolver third ; time, 1:41. Two-year-olds, five # furlongs—Pescador won, Folly second*; Melenita third; time, I:o3}£. Third race, selling purse, three quarters of a mile dash —Mamie C. won, Ida Glenn second, Nannie R. third; time, 1:16. One and one quarter miles —Kylo won, Sheridan second, Wild Oats third; time, 2:12^. [Pescador was bred in Southern Cali fornia. He is the first of the get of Gano to perform.—Sporting Ed.] A KITE-SHAPED TRACK. Stockton, Cal., May 16.—A movement has been started by James Cross, confi dential agent of W. S. Ilobart, the owner of the trotting stallion Stamboul, to build a kite-shaped racetrack here, which will be two seconds faster than the present circular track. Mr. Hobart offers $1000 toward the enterprise, and promises to drive Stamboul here to beat the world's stallion record. A LONG GAME. Tacoma, Wash., May 16.—The Taco ma and Seattle clubs played a twenty two inning game of ball here today, resulting in a score of 6 to 5 fn favor of Tacoma. [This is tbe second longest game on record. In 1884 Harvard and Manches ter played a twenty-four inning game.— Sporting Ed.J they can't steal on pete. The Los Angeles Catcher Makes a Suc cessful Debut Ln the East. Pete Lohman, the celebrated Los An geles back stop, who recently jumped the Colonels, caught his first game for Washington against Cincinnati' last Monday. There wasn't a stolen base registered against our Pete, and the An geleilo distinguished himself by getting two runs and five put outs. # Washing ton won the game by a score of 12 to 4. This club lost steadily until the paßt week. "Puente" Pete is evidently a mascot. "Senator" Lohman is one of the people. "Kid" Carsey is Lohman'a pitcher. Those ardent baseball cranks, Ed. Tufts and W. M. Edwards, were de lighted at the success of their favorite player. Chamber of Commerce. The following new members have been received since last notice: A. P. McGinnis. Bradstreets by C. A. Kenyon, M. Tomich, Silas Holman, Wm. Jsryden, Dr. N. H. Morrison. H. C. WoYland, Dr. Geo. W. Campbell, C. O. Hawley and J. D. Hooker. W. E. Hughes brought in five new members. New members have been secured by W. L. Carter, H. Bohiman, Maier & THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1891- Zobelein, Jerry Illich and L. N. Breed. Several others have promised to report later. Mullen, Bluett & Co. and Hawley, King & Co. each subscribed $6, instead of bringing a new member. THE CIVIL SERVICE. Theodore Roosevelt Answers the State ments of J. S. Clarkson. Indianapolis, Ind., May 16.—At a banquet given this evening by a number of gentlemen interested in civil service reform, to Hon. Theodore Roosevelt, that gentleman, after speaking at some length of the workings of the civil service, launched out in answer to the recent article of J. S. Clarkson, in the North American Review. He vigor ously denied the- truth of Clark son's assertion that the civil service commission was more opposed to the Republican party under Harrison, than it was under Cleveland. The commission is merely enforcing the law, he said; it was just as foolish for Clarkson to say the Democrats had purchased the Mugwump papers, as it was to declare that they had purchased Clarkson to write the article, which really played into the Democrats'hands. Then Roosevelt accused Clarkson of running the postoffice department as a "spoils machine," treating fourth-class offices as simply the property of tbe congressmen in whose district they were situated. In conclusion. Roosevelt said President Harrison and the civil service commission, under him, were doing everything in their power to enforce the civil service laws and extend their scope. RIOT AT A CIRCUS. , Hoodlums Canse a Serious Disturbance In Pittsburg. Pittsburg, May 16.—Yesterday Allen Lynch opened a 10-cent circus in a tent in the Seventeenth ward. Last night a crowd of hoodlums attempted tolorce an entrance to the tent. They were re sisted by the oircus employees, and driven away by the police. Later tbey re turned, about 150 strong, slit the canvas and cut the guy ropes. Bricks, stones and clubs were hurled through the can vas, and painfully injured a number of people. The audience became panic stricken and made a rush for the exits. The canvas collapsed and caught fire from the gasoline lights on the center poles. The people became frantic in their efforts to escape, and many were severely trampled upon. The people fought their way out just in time to escape from the rapidly burning canvas. The mob outside ran away, but a num ber of them were arrested today. Prob ably twenty people were seriously in jured. Two of the hoodlums received such a beating that they will probably die. A FAWNING PARABITE. Uncle Jerry Busk Stuck on Harrison's Speeches. Washington, May 16. — Secretary Rusk, speaking today of the presidential excursion, said it was a wonderful one. Especially gratifying was the reception in the south, but the great American public was enthusiastic from start to finish, and if the good folks on tne route omitted any courtesy it would be more than he could do to discover the gap. "The fea ture of the trip that impressed me more than the popular enthusiasm," contin ued the secretary, "was the remarkable oratorical ability of the president. He x>fwde u eo Tn"a*/»jrftfl"trla'h many'putrilic men could think out in a lifetime, and his efforts were not all prearranged, for some of the best things he said were spontaneous." A Chance for Architects. San FbancibcOj May 16.—A bonus of $500 will be paid by the state world's « fair commissioners to a California archi tect for the best plan for a building for the state's exhibit at Chicago. The building must represent some of the state's characteristics, and must cover an area of not less than 60,000 square feet, nor more than 75,000. Its cost must not exceed $100,000. Each plan must also be accompanied by an approxi mate estimate of cost. A BAD SKIN DISEASE On Limb 5 Years. Bedridden 3 Years. Doctors and Medicines Useless. Reared Amputation. Cnred by Cutlcura at Cost of 83.50. Now Does Her Own Work. A Wonderful Cure. I must write and tell you of the success I have had in using the Cuticuea Hem emus I had been troubled for nearly five years with skin disease in the right limb, and all the doctors ln this city could do nothing for it. I tried every thing, until at last I thought I should have to have the limb amputated at the knee. It was swelled to twice the natural size, and I could barely hobble around on crutches. I was in the house part of the time bedridden, for three veins, and could not get out. I happened to look in the newspaper and saw the Cuticura advertisement, and as a last retort tried that. 1 used two bottles of the Resolvent and three boxes of the Cuticura. lam now able to do all mv work, both ln house and out of doors, and my limb is as natural as could possibly be un der any circumstances It is a most wonderful cure' I had given up hopes of ever beine well again. If this will benefit you, you are at lib erty to use It to the best advantage. Any one not crediting this can find me by addressing me at the above-named city. Mrs. HARRIET STICKLER, lowa City, la. CUTICURA REMEDIES Are the greatest skin cures, blood purifiers and humor remedies of modern times. Cuticura Resolvent, the new Blood and Skin Purifier, internally (to cleanse the blood of all Impuri ties and poisonous elements), and Cuticura, the gr- at Skin Cure, and Cuticura Soap, an exquisite Skin Beautifier, externally (to clear the skin and scalp, and restore the hair), in stantly relieve and speedily cure every species of itching, buralng, scaly, crusted, pimply, scrofulous and hereditary diseases and humors of the skin, scalp and blood, with loss of hair from infancy to age, from pimples to scrofula. Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 50c; Boap, 25c; Resolvent, |1. Prepared by the Hotter Drug, and Chemical Corporation, Boston. 4_r-Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases," 64 pages, 50 illustrations and 100 testimonials. n| UPI.Es, blackheads, red, rough, chapped and rilYl oily skin cured by Cuticura Soap. 4MS_ ACHING SIDES AND RACK, Ik Hip, Kidney, aud Uterine Pains and _k__p*^Weaknesses relieved In 1 minute by the Cutleura Antl-Paln Plas- tor. The first and only pain killing •■■■nsu* plaster. D E N T I S T R V ! fc- DRS. POLLOCK So "TUDOR, The Leading Dentists, are now permanently __ BB __s____ located in their New and Elegant Parlors, at No. 107 North Spring Street. Being thoroughly competent in their profcs- |^_ sion, they are doing an extensive business, ir B_ making a specialty of fine work at reasonable ■ H 1 ; 7' T 1 rH rates. They now quote the following prices: L_ M i' I Celluloid and Rubber Plates. ...$B.OO to $10.00 _____fFT T I ! Ii M Hold Crowns 5.00 ___fi i 1 ML A k Sif W Porcelain Crowns ft 00 WH^HBaAAHIf Hi]ver or Amalgam fillings 75c and up fl/_T|Ta>|flli ,iv r Gold fillings $1.50 and up AM B^S»s»~B~s~i~B-^_ Extracting with vitalized air a specialty. 5 ALL WORK GUARANTEED. REMEMBER THE PLACE, 107 NORTH SPRING STREET, SCHUMACHER BLOCK. 2 24-3 m« A POPULAR RESORT. Arrowhead Hot Springs Hotel Well Patronised. A representative of the Herald paid a flying visit to Arrowhead hot springs Friday ,and found a most delightful resort under the management of Dr. H.C. Roy er,formerly of Los Angeles. The doctor is making some decided improvements in the appearance of the grounds and buildings. The guests are commencing to arrive in good numbers, and the season at this time appears a most prom ising one. The following guests are at present quartered at the hotel: Mrs. B. Sheehy and Miss Sheehy, San Francisco; H. R. Hanah, Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. A. Fritchey. St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lan gremund, Toronto, Canada; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Opdyke, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mason, Mrs. A. Ramv, Los Angeles; Prof. D. M. Ferguson, Boston, Mass.; L. Leron, Pueblo, Cal.: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Maxwell, Mrs. A. M. Prevost, Chi cago; Miss Haldon, San Jose, Cal.; J. H. Delany, Olympia, Washington; Mr. and Mrs. .las. A.Collins and sou, Cincin nati, Ohio; Mrs. J. M. Harvey and fam ily, Coronado Beach; P. W. Goodwin, Miss Waide, A. H. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Schuyler, San Diego; Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wolfstein, Los Angeles; Sig Boumann, San Francisco; M. C. Harvey, Ahnapee. Wis.; James E. Fen ton, Albertsburg, New York; Miss E. Lehmann, San Francisco; George F. OpJyke, Ontario, Cal.i; John Davis, Oys terville, Wash.; Balinda Riley, Tropico, Cal. There at present about sixty guests at the hotel. The fashionable ladies' corrective tonic is Angostura Bitters, the world renowned tonic of Dr. J. O. B. Siegert & Sons. Ask your druggist. Icel Ice! Ice! Order your ice today from the Citizen's Ice company; telephone to No. 60ti, or drop a pos tal card to Cillzen's Ice Company, Center and Turner streets. If You Feel Dry Ring up the California Wine Company, tele- Shoae 110, and order a dozen of Pabst's Blue I boon Boer, the best bottled beer in the mar ket, or leave orders at 222 S. Spring st. All on Account of Heels. Large lot of Misses' and Children's Shoes are being sold at half price on account of heels. Mammoth, 315 and 317 South Spring street. Removal. The wall paper store of W. B. Stewart has re moved to 238 South Spring street. D. Felix, who keeps the Gem sample rooms, can always be found at No. 143 S. Broadway, near Second St. n? PRICE'S (/ DELICIOUS W Flavoring Extracts NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS. Vanilla -\ O f perfect purity. Lemon zK**" ' — Almond Zj Economy ln the,r usa ' Rose etcrj Flavor as delicately and dellclously as the fresh fruit. PA I N ~T YOUR HOUSE WITH Reynolds' House & Villa Paint THIS IB NO NEW PAINT. The house of C. T. Raynolds & Co. is the OLDEST PAINT CONCEIT In tho United States, the business being established about 1755. Their goods are recognized by consumers and dealers as being among the best and most reliable of their class. The house has stood at the head of the trade In regular succession for MORE THAN A CENTURY, and the superior ity and uniformity of their products are un questioned throughout the whole country. We have recently obtained the exclusive agency for RAYNOLDB' HOUSE and VILLA Paint in this city, and respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage. Sample boards of the very latest shades can be seen at our store, or sample cards sent upon application. Very respectfully, RICHARDSON & SON, 111 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Opposite Grand Opera House. 5 17-e.o.d CALEDONIAN COAL COMPANY —OF — GALLUP, NEW MEXICO, —MINERS OF — SUPERIOR FAMILY COAL. OFFICE : 100 North Spring Street. (Opposite the Old Court House.) BY THE SACK, TON OR CARLOAD. Sacked and delivered, per ton, $10 00. Sacked and delivered, half ton, $5.25. Sacked and delivered, one fourth ton, $2.75. Per sack, 60 cents. TELEPHONE 4-215. 5-17-lm Tree information" —as SOUTHERN' CALIFORNIA —AND AS TO— SAN FRANCISCO. Correspondence with Intending settlers or investors solicited. LANDS AT FROM $10 to $150 PER ACRE. Attractive opportunities for homes and for profitable investment ln irrigation enterprises. Address M. I_. WICKS, Corner of Court and Main Streets, Los An.,ki.es, Cal. Or 046 Market Street, 5-10-Cm. San Francisco, Cal. PEOPLE'S STORE. SUN DAY, MAY 17, 1801. <xjITS THE SAME THING OVER AGAIN [> This continual idiocrasy of throwing away goods, lowering prices, cutting rates, must stop sometime or other. We have been at it for years, and it is now nearly second nature to let fly goods at what dealers term ruinous rates; but we're in the swim, and intend to hold our heads above water, no matter even if the prices we quote today be lower than any dealer owns them from Maine to California. Tomorrow once more we down things, we do it just to see the dust fly—the old yellow kind—now rather rare; well, the good big silver cartwheels will do too, if you have none else, but at the prices we quote we're sure to see the coin roll in. Profit? No, sir; no profit to us, it's done more to advertise, more to give the people a holiday; just as a child likes confections or sweetmeats, equally so do the public like bargains. The old same every day stale bread tires one; some thing sweet now and then is relished. So are our bargains relished. Whenever we make these offerings judicious patrons come to see us; it pays; they know it pays. Be with us tomorrow, it'll be money in your purse. Cotton Fabric, Cotton Fabric, 5c a yard. ' 5c a yard. You can't judge this value without The greatest bargain on earth. you see it. Polka Dot Serge, Polka Dot Serge, 15c a yard. 15c a yard. Bargains for Monday unequaled. The latest, 38 Inches wide, ln every shade. Linen Damask Towels, Ladies* Hose, 10c each. 25c a pair. Only 50 dozen, warranted pure linen, and Special feature for Monday; all full regular worth 20c; extra large, made, every pair worth hue. Surah Silks, Black Surah Silk, * 25c a yard. 49c a yard. A new lot, every shade; regular price 60c. 2 pieces only; extra heavy, and worth 90c a yard- India Silks, Black Henrietta Cloth, 39c 15c a yard. Plain colors, light or dark; regular price 65c. 36 Inches wide; a bargain at 25c. Fancy Wool Beiges, Cashmere Stripes, 10c. 25c. Will satisfy and look as pretty as any Warranted all wool, 36 inches wide. 25c goods. Londale Cambric, Victoria Lawns, 10c. sc. The world-renowned dress cambrle sold at Superb quality; made special for Monday; 15c, full yard wide, and tbe finest made. don't miss it. Turkey Bed Table Damask, Foster Hook Suede Mousftnetaire •_'sr. GloVes> $4.25. Full 56 inches wide, warranted fast color, In white and all colors. 8-but. length*; every worth 50c; we promise you the best value pair fitted to the hand; worth 12. ln this line ever sold. Cambric Embroidery, Embroidery Half Kfouneings, 5c a yard. 85c. The largest and best assortment ln this city Worth np to 69c a yard; extra deep and fine; even at 10c a yard; for Monday only. for children's dresses just the fabric. Silk Mitts, Children's Bibbed Hase, 25c a pair. BHt a pair. Warranted pure spun silk; worth 50c a pair. All colors, derby ribbed, sizes up to 8%. Beauty Spot Veilings, Linen Lace Tidies, 15c a yard. t; V each. Pure silks, the latest, and worth up to 35c Used ln making fancy work;, worth 10c. a yard. Children's Blk Bibbed Lisle Hose, Ladies' Wool Jerseys*, 26c a pair. 69c each. Extra line liven H.ti., i- —_, «■ —i/. All wool, tailor made, and worth tl eaoh. Silk Passamentaire, Ladies' Muslin Chemise, 15c a yard. 15c each. The very latest, all silk, nobby, and worth • Full length, made of good cotton 39c a yard. . Ladies' Ribbed Shirts, Ladies' Muslin Skirts, 19c each. , 59c each. Handsomely silk stitched and highly finished; Extra full trim mcd , with Irish point linen these goods have been sold at 35c each. lace or hamburgedging; we sold 'en* at 85c. Ladies' Emb. Handkerchiefs, Ladies' Pineapple Cloth Hdkfs, 10c. 25c Our2sc grade, slightly linperfected, made ofi The handsomest line ever seen; goods worth mull and richly embroidered. up to 75c each; you ought to see this bar gain by all means. Opaque Window Shades, Plush Stand. Covers, 49c each. 75c each. 7-foot long, spring rollers, exquisite. Made with silk plush centers and tapestry and worth 75c. border; cheap at $1.25. Ecru Lace Curtains, Children's Sailor Hats, $1.95 a pair. 25c. < 3ii yds long, each curtain with taped edge, Comprising mostly our 60c fancy ssllors new designs; these goods were sola at $4.50. nicely trimmed. Men's Fancy Socks, Men's Linen Collars, 25c a pair. each. Special for Monday, comprising fancy stripe 4-ply and 4 for 25c; never sold under. 12Uc balbriggan, fast black; worth sue a pair, lay in your supply; you'll never get them agal n. Men's Balbriggan Underwear,. Men's Gray Pants, 25c each. 91.50 a pair. Bleached balbriggan. nicely finished, and Extra stout, well made, and worth $2 50 worth 500. ■ Boys' Suits, Me»'s Dark Grey Slits, $1.39, complete. • $5. ' Best you can get for school wear; worth $2.75. Special bargain, and can't be replaced at double. Boys' India Panama Hats, Boys' Hats* 6c. 25c. Only good to knock about or shade hat. In either straw or felt, aad worth 50c. Men's Straw Hats, Men's Mixed Braid Straw Hats, 25c 35c. The popular standard shade, and worth 50c. One oi the best hats made, and cheap at 75c. Shoes ! Shoes! Shoes! THE LARGEST SHOE DEPARTMENT IN THE STATE. Grand Sale of Ladleß' French Dongola Button Shoes. $1.95 A PAIR. $1.95 A PAIR. $1.95 A PAIR. $1.95 A PAIR. A Bargain you can't afford to overlook. A highly finished, perfect fitting shoe, and we've sold them as a bargain at $3.00. - Shoes. Drugs and Toilet Articles, Infants' fancy colored shoes, per pair... 35c Wire hair brushes, each lor Ladies' opera toe kid slippers, per pair.. 50c Machine oil. 8-oz bottle i.'M';^."loo Misses'hand-sewed Newport out. shoes. 85c Swansdown face power, per box9c Misses' fine kid button shoes.extra qaal.sl 25 Arnica tooth soap, 25c size 180 Ladles'low cut walking shoes 95c Cuticura soap, 25c cake .'. 150 Men's fine calf shoes, Monday only $1.50 Milk of almonds, per bottle. 35c Velvet Skirt Facing, Magic Dime Pocket Bank, 15c a piece. " . 15c. Containing 3-yard lengths, and worth 25c. Save your dimes; won't open until It contains $5. Silk Illusion Hat Frames, Carriage Parasols, 25c. f1.49.. All styles, ln black only; many shapes Parasolettes, In black, and worth $2 75 sold at 75c. A. HAMBURGER &c SONS.