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DAILY HERALD.
United States Signal Service.
Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
May 23. 1891:
Time. | Bar. j Ther.
5:07 a. m. ! 29 98; 52
5 07 p. m.'29.95! 04
100
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| Vel|
I 8
Max. tern., 70: mirr. tern.. 51.
NEWS NOTES.
The Rev. R. G. Hutchins, D. D., will
preach today at the First Congregational
church.
Prof. Payne will give a social dance at
Illinois ball Tuesday evening. Friends
are invited.
D. H. Burks and Thad Lowe have
leased the Pasadena opera house. They
intend to play only first-class attrac
tions.
A free lecture on Christian Science is
to be given at 8 o'clock this evening, at
Masonic hall, No. 126)j South Spring
street.
The Good Templars lodge which meets
at 612>a South Spring street Saturday
nights, will initiate candidates free for
the next two months.
John F. White has purchased Turk, a
fine six-months-old blooded Scotch deer
hound, of Tony Bright. John intends
to put Turk on his ranch at San Gabriel.
There are undelivered messages at the
Western Union telegraph office, corner
of Court and Main, May 23d, for Mrs.
Trafibrd, Mrs. T. B. Manriquez and
Goucherot Co.
The First Baptist, Memorial Baptist
and East Side Baptist churches were to
have had a picnic to Devil's Gate yes
terday, but the affair was postponed on
account of the weather.
Der Hausschlussel oder Kalt Gestlellt
will be presented at Turner hall this
evening, under the management of J.
W. Matuszkiewiz. The play is given
for the benefit of a poor family.
At 11 o'clock last night the fire de
partment was called out for a blaze in
the cellar in the hardware store oI~J~.
Viereck, in the Downey block. The fire
wbb put out before any great damage
was done.
Jennie Spencer was yesterday fined $6
in Justice Stanton's court for petty lar
ceny. She was convicted of having
stolen some household goods from the
residence of a Mrs. Arondell, on San
Pedro street.
The second annual picnic of the
Knights of Robert Emmet will be held
at the Main-street gardens, on Sunday,
May 31st. Sports to commence at 2p.
m., sharp. Tickets 50 cents. Ladies
free. Take Main and Jefferson street
cars.
Two young children of Mr. and Mrs.
Espinoza, of Ivanhoe, died very sud
denly yesterday. It was thought that
the children had eaten something con
taining poison, but an examination
showed that they had died of spinal
meningitis. -
At a meeting of the board of directors
of the Southern California Band associa
tion at Pomona, Thursday last, resolu
tions were adopted and arrangements
made for a grand band tournament, to
be held at Santa Barbara September Ist,
2d, 3d and 4th. All transportation and
other expenses of the association bands
will be defrayed.
G. A. R. memorial services will beheld
at Simpson M. E. church, Hope
atreet, between Seventh and Eighth,
on Sunday, May 24th, at 2:30
p. m. The several posts, corps and
camps are expected to assemble at their
respective post rooms and attend in a
body. Friends and the public generally
are cordially invited. L. S. Butler,
chairman joint committee.
Ocean steamship tickets to and from
all points in Europe now on sale at Santa
Fe railroad office, 129 North Spring st.
Chas. T. Parsons, agent.
l can, will, and do teach advanced,
double entry bookkeeping in six weeks.
Tarr, expert, 233 West First.
The German-American Savings bank,
114 South Main street, compounds inter
est quarterly to its dejjpsitors. Five per
cent interest on term deposits.
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.
J. F. Falvey, of Santa Anita, Cal., is a
guest at the Hollenbeck.
Mr. and Mrs. U. Cummings, of New
Haven, Conn., are guests at the Hotel
Hollenbeck.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery, of
Chicago, registered at the Hotel Hol
lenbeck yesterday.
J. H. Martin and D. M. Campbell,
both of Claremont, are guests of the
Hotel Hollenbeck.
W. H. Boal, Eureka, Cal., R. Zerger
and family, Chicago, arrived at the Ho
tel Hollenbeck yesterday.
Dr. W.W. McKay, of the United States
marine hospital service, is in the city
and is a guest of the Nadeau.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Stein and children, of
San Francisco, arrived in the city yes
terday and are at the Nadeau.
G. H. P. Cole, of Hendersonville, N.
C, and I. A. Goldstein, of Waco, Texas,
are registered at the Hotel Hollenbeck.
J. H. Armstrong, R. S. Buck, M.
Cochrane and William O. Morgan, all of
San Francisco, are quartered at the Hol
lenbeck hotel.
Ed. Goldsmith, San Francisco, Mrs.
Clonton, Pasadena, W. D. G. Cottrell
and wife, of Clarence, lowa, are quar
tered at the Hollenbeck.
William Wardie and R. T. Sparks, of
Coronado, are at the Nadeau. Mr.
Wardie is the manager of the mineral
water department and Mr. Sparks is the
traveling salesman.
Ed. Harris, a well-known clothing
merchant, of San Francisco, who has
been in Los Angeles a couple of
days, the guest of Walter Harris, left
for home last evening.
THE ROYAL MYSTERY.
No Clue to the Missing Man Despite a
Search.
It was a week yesterday since Aaron
Royal disappeared. No trace of the old
man has been discovered. A thorough
sea*ch was made yesterday in all di
rections. The hills were scoured by the
entire police force. Word has been re
ceived from San Francisco that no
tidings of Royal -can be ascertained
there. He has relatives in that city,
and there was a faint hop© that he
might be found with them. A force
from the street superintendent's office
will make a thorough search in the
neighborhood of the home of the miss
ing man this morning.
IN SOCIETY.
The reception given yesterday by the
Alhambra Tennie club will long be re
membered by the votaries of tennis in
Southern California. It was the first
anniversary of th« club, and right
royally did they entertain their friends.
The dirt courts are very good and the
location admirable, being surrounded
by trees. Under the shade of a big oak,
an elegant luncheon was served under
the direction of Mrs. Rice. The visitors
from Los Angeles did ample justice to
the delicacies provided.
A number of sets were played during
the day, the principal one being between
Mr. Runyoii, of Pasadena, and Mr.
Arnold, of Los Angeles. The latter
proved victorious. Miss Marguerite
Halsted, Mrs. Hendricks, Miss Green
and Messrs. Chalfant, Flint, Cochran,
Bumiller, Halsted, of Riverside, and
several others played seta during the
afternoon. The members of the Alham
bra Tennis club were untiring in their
efforts to entertain their guests and they
succeeded admirably. Altogether, the
affair was one of the most enjoyable in
the tennis history of California.
Among the club members who went
out from this city were :
Los Angeles Tennis club: Miss Eva
Tufts, Miss Bonsall, Mrs. Crosby, Mrs.
Chalfant, Miss Bessie Tonner, Walter
Cosby, Paul Arnold, Harry Germain,
Marco Hellman, Guy Cochran, Art
Guthrie, Merle Manning, John Hamil
ton, George Sinsabaugh, Art Bumiller,
Ed Tufts, F. W. Flint, jr.
Boyle Heights Tennis club: Mr. and
Mrs. Judge Hendricks, W. T. Edwards,
Mrs. Teale, Mrs. Chapman, -diss Hattie
Chapman, Miss Johnson, Mr. Holloway.
Friday evening last, at Bellevue Ter
race hotel, the lady members of the
Frijole club gave a reception to the
young gentlemen. An elaborate menu
was served during the inspiring strains
of music under the direction of Professor
Brenner. Elegant souvenirs in the shape
of a pod of beans, tied to a neat card
with the monogram of the club on the
face, were placed before each guest.
The parlors, banqueting hall and ball
room were elegantly decorated. Miss
Lena Forrester made the introductory
speech, and Miss Lyle Hynes responded
with a very appropriate* speech, which
caused much laughter. After the last
toast had been responded to and the
members had retired to the parlors, a
neat hand-printed pink-edged pro
gramme waa presented to each, and
soon all were participating in the mazy
waltz. Mr. J. Fred Blake, who kindly
placed the Terrace at the disposal of the
ladies, did all in his power to make the
affair the decided success which it was.
As all good things have an end, a good
bye, was wished by each, and one of the
jolliest parties of the season was at an
end. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Forrester, Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
Newell, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Smithf
Misses Marie Howes, Leonora Smith,
Lena Forrester, May Sewell, Barrie Ab
bott, Davenport, Iowa; Mac Forrester,
Edna Betts, Lyle Hynes and Etna Mc-
Dougal, Pasadena; Messrs. H. G. Bnn
drum, W. D. Stephens, J. Fred Blake,
F. H. Suffel, H. C. Veazie, F. L. For
rester, F. M. Notman, L. L. Sale and G.
S. Hall.
The gentlemen members of the Lite
rary society of the Third Congrega
tional church gave an informal recep
tion Friday evening, in the church, to
those of the gentler sex whose names
appeared upon the roll of membership
of the society. Ice-cream and cake
served by the gentlemen were in great
demand, and, though no regular pro
gramme had been prepared, the even
ing was pleasantly spent in social con
verse and singing. The following were
among those present: Misses Kate
Clark, Nellie Helm, Jennie and Sadie
Bigler, Nellie and Carrie Adams, Mamie
A. Collins, Grace, Hezekiah, Eliza Lock
wood, Laura Riley, Cora Gordon, Miss
Amedale, and Messrs. Hugh Clenden
ing. T. K. Eaies, Frank Cotter, F. H.
Tarrant, H. M. Crowell, J. B. Reddick,
Harry Park, R. McCarthy, Fred Al
derete, Charles Wilson, G. Linde, Frank
Riley, John Llewellyn and the Rev. J.
H. Collins.
The birthday surprise party given
Thursday evening, at Hendrick hall, in
honor of Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Stone,
was the social event of the week at
Boyle Heights. Among those present
were : Mrs. Ward, Mrs. R. Bilderrain,
Mrs. Y. Bilderrain, Mrs. Cochran. Mrs.
Wirsching, Mrs. Browning, Mrs. Perk
ins, Mrs. Bell, Mrs. Light, Mrs. Palmer,
Mrs.. Workman, Mrs. Schenck. Mrs.
Jackson, Mrs. Chalfant, Misses Thatch
er, Cowley, Warren, Dessau, Deuter,
Lawrence, Swanfeldt, Clark, Vincent,
Chalfant, Alexander, Workman, Mat
thews, Johnson, Todd, Venita, Gough,
Guard, Mary Guard, Fanny Guard,
Fanny Ward, Messrs. J. Alexander, J.
B. Browning, E. Browning, Bryant, Bell,
Schenck, Jackson, Glasscock, H. John
son, Bryan, Stone, Gough, B. Cochran,
Frank Cochran, Wirsching, Hedges,
Ousley, Powers, H. Post, Light. E.
Viereck, Stewart, J. H. Haedrich, F. C.
Hannon, E. Ruddy and others.
A most enjoyable surprise party was
given Friday evening,-to Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Crawford, at their residence, 605
East Second street. Their many friends
were made welcome by the gentleman
and his estimable wife, and the evening
was passed very delightfully.
The Misses" McGuire and Lindsay
favored the company with some excel
lent music. They are both accom
plished young musicians. Mr. Burr
gave a vocal solo, which was highly
appreciated. Miss Lily Buckingham,
the young elocutionist, favored the com
pany with an enjoyable recitation.
Among those present were Misses Lily
Buckingham, Dottie Broadwell, Clark,
McGuire, Lindsay, Wellfare, Marsey,
Seaver, Mrs. Gracie Green, Bridges,
Glover, Crawford, Mr. Hookstraten,
Haven, Walker. Mcintosh, Smith,
Gailer, Burr, de Franc, Bridges, Broad
well, Glover, Stoddard, Crawford.
The L.M.S.C. met last Friday even
ing at the residence of Miss Zeiger on
Twenty-ninth and Hoover streets. The
attendance was very good. The pro
gramme was necessarily shortened on
account of the business on hand of
electing officers for the ensuing term.
The new officers are as follows : Presi
dent, Miss 0. F. Bauer; vice-president,
G. P. Adams; secretary, Miss May But
terworthi; treasurer, Miss May Wright;
marshal, Mr. Frank Badbam,
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD; SUNDAY MORNING, MAY .4, 1891.
A surpriue party was given Fred Gor
don and Ed. Chadsev at the home of
the latter, at 531 Hancock street, on
Friday evening. A pleasant evening
was spent by all. Those present were'
Ed. Chadsey, Ed. Odell.
Ed. Wickersham, Fred Gordon,
Ed.Newton, Wm. Wickersham,
Ben Tyler, Chas. Van Horn,
J. Sweyea, Birt West,
Jay Sweyea, F. Mclntvre,
Wm. Gray, O. Chadsey,
Leon R. Conktin, Alice Chadsey,
Nella West, A. Gordon,
F. Lawrence. G. Lawrence,
May Mclntvre, Myrtle Connor,
Ethel Gray, Bslle Chadsey,
Mrs. Chadsey, Mrs. Gordon.
Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett tendered a re
ception, Thursday evening, at their resi
dence on Olive street to a number of
their musical friends. A charming even
ing was -spent in song. Those present
were:
Mrs. Jirah D. Cole, Mrs. Ogilsvie,
Miss Lizzie Kimball, Miss Gardner,
Miss Finney, Mr. and Mrs. McKibbie, J.
Cochrane, Professor Weisandanger, Pro
fessor and Mrs. Ludlam and J. P. Du
puy.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hodgeman gave a
party last Wednesday evening at their
residence, 2377 Scarf street, for the en
tertainment of Mrs. Hodgeman's Sun
day school class. Among those present
were Mrs. Cass, Misses Cora Cass, Etta
Hodgeman, Gertrude Wells, Tina Pit
blado, Fannie Fulkerson, Adah Rich
mond, Clara Rannello, Messrs. Stephen
son, Richmond, Lynch, Hall,
others.
On Wednesday at San Bernardino Mr.
Emraett W. Nesbit, of Los Ange'es, was
united in marriage to Miss Ada N,
Woods, of the former city, at the home
of Mrs. M. E. King, a sister of the bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Nesbit will make tbeir
home in Los Angeles.
The ladies of the Church of the Ascen
sion, Boyle Heights, propose holding a
bazaar and giving a musical entertain
ment on Tuesday and Wednesday, May
26th and 27th, in Hendrick's hall, East
First street.
On Friday evening next a grand* bas
ket social and evening of shadow panto
mime will be held in the Third Congre
gational church, corner of New Main
and Railroad streets, to which all are
cordially invited.
Miss Edna and Zoe Lowe and Pro
lessor Lowe leave next week for New
York, to meet Mrs. Lowe, who is ex
pected to return from a trip round the
world.
The College of Medicine of the Univer
sity of Southern California hold their
commencement exercises Tuesday even
ing, May 26th, at theFirstM. E. church.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Keith, nee Laura
Noyes, after spending their honeymoon
in San Francisco, have gone to Denver,
where they will reside permanently.
Miss Hattie Pease and D. R. Collins
are to be married on the evening of June
3d. They will spend their honeymoon
at San Francisco and Del Monte.
J. R. Moore and Miss Mary Vawter
are to be married June 2d, at Santa
Monica. The young couple will leave
for Coronado the same day.
Miss May Seamans has just returned
from a prolonged visit to Virginia, San
Francisco, Berkeley and Oakland.
Mr. and Mrs. Hancock Banning yes-'
terday entertained a select party to a
luncheon on the La Poloma.
A reception will be given next Friday
evening at the Ludlam school, in honor
of Miss Foyder, of Chicago.
The third annual picnic of the Young
Men's Institute takes place next Satur
day at Verdugo cafion.
Al Hawthorne is to give a farewell
concert next month. He intends to go
to New York. '
The Chesterfield party takes place
next Thursday evening, at the Bellevue
Terrace.
Miss Leonora Smith is to be married
next month to Mr. Foster, of Omaha.
Miss Grace Cochran is enjoying a
needed rest % with friends at Tustin.
Mr. Charles Patrick left last night for
a two months' visit to Chicago.
John Schumacher came in yesterday
from his ranch at Eagle Rock.
The next Ellis club recital takes place
June 4th.
MULLEN, BLUETT & CO.
An Increasing Business Demands Many
Improvements.
Los Angeles can boast of one of the
best men's furnishing goods stores on
the coast. The name of Mullen & Bluett
is standard. They are known near and
far for their honest and fair dealing with
the public. • Thaf is the main reason
why they were obliged to enlarge their
splendid store at the corner of Spring
and First streets. This enterprising
firm has recently completed extensive
improvements. Twenty-four feet of glass
has been added to the First-street side.
A magnificent stock of spring goods has
jußt been received, and the enterprising
firm of Mullen & Bluett are equipped to
supply the best in their line that can be
found in Los Angeles.
The International Atlas of the World,
Containing newly engraved maps of the United
States and Canada, and every division of the
world, useful colored charts and reference
tables of history, finance, mining, manufactur
ing, agriculture and politics, and a list of every
poßtoflice in the United States. All 'he above
derived from the late census. Examined and
approved by the county board of education.
A. L. Bancroft & CO., Publishers,
Sau Francisco.
M. Coleman, of Pasadena, agent .for Los
Angeles county. Sub agents wanted.
. .
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castori*
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
The New Era,
No. (> Conrt street. Fine wines and liquors of
all kinds. Ed Wenger, proprietor.
.—-—'
Donahue's Grocery House will remove, May
25th, to 216 and 218 8. Spring St., with
Seymour & Johnson Co.
Change of Location.
NO NEWS.
——.
HANCHETTE'S DISAPPEARANCE IS
STILL, A MYSTERY.
Major Truman Writes About the Matter.
The Impression Graining Ground That
the Missing Man is Not Killed.
Tbe attendants at the chamber of
commerce are becoming accustomed to
uttering the words "Nothing new" these
days, for that is all the reply they can
make to the numerous inquiries made
in person and over the telephone.
A letter was received from C. D. Han
chette yesterday dated on the 19th, and
detailing the efforts being made to trace
Hanchette from the Chicago end of the
line. As they have already been do
tailed in the Herald, further mention
is unnecessary.
Mr. Frank Wiggins received yester
i day a batch of Chicago papers from Ben
C. Truman, giving the features of the
case in considerable detail, and also a
letter from Mr. Truman, as follows:
Chicago, 111,, May 19, 1891.
Dear Mr. Wiggins: Of course, I can
not buy papers for everybody, so I
thought I would send you most or all
of them, and you could show them to
journalists, and then turn over to Mrs.
' Hanchette. I have been with his
brother most of the day, and we are try
ing to get wind of his trunk, that you
telegraphed had not arrived. It is
barely possible that he is at Mauitou or
Colorado Springs, as Yellowstone park
does not open until June Ist. But we
have telegraphed up there, neverthe
less. No ticket was sold in this city
over the Northern Pacific, but one,
' second-class) and that was way through.
We are now after the Brown you speak
of, as be left the Leland hotel $70 in
debt. Smith, of the associated press, has
sent a telegram all over the country so'
that Hanchette, if living, cannot fail to
see it. His father did Dot disappear
suddenly just twenty-five years ago, but
was shot in a confederate ptison early in
1565, and his remains were not head
boarded. The police believe he haß left
town, but they are working the case up.
I can now call to my mind that he put
his hand to his forehead a good deal and
had a fatigued look, but did not com
plain of excessive fatigue or strain.
There is a Santa Fe train that leaves for
Kansas City at 11 p. m. with chair cars,
and we are waiting to see the conductor
of that train. Very truly,
B. C. Truman.
This would seem to be a complete
refutation of the charge that Hanchette's
friends are not doing what they can to
discover his whereabouts.
Mrs. Hanchette is bearing up bravely.
It is to be hoped that something
definite will be learned before long, as
the suspense would kill a person of the
strongest nerves in a short time, and
strong as Mrs. Hanchette has shown
herself to be, she is showing plainly by
her looks how much the suspense has
already told upon her.
The impression gained gronnd yester
day that Mr. Hanchette was not foully
dealt with, but disappeared of his own
accord. Several'persons who were with
him lately in Chicago now recall many
things he said about his plans, which in
the light of after events appear as if he
wished to throw people off his real in
tentions.
I>onahue'fr Sroeery House
Will remove to 216 and 218 S. Spring, on May
25th, with
Sc moor & Johnson Co.
Pabst's Bine Ribbon Beer.
Is the finest brewed. Nothing better as a tonic.
California Wine Company. Sole Agent.
Bakery,
Kbinger's bakery and ice cream and dining
parlors, cor. Third and 8. Spring sts.
Delightful Summer Beverages,
In all flavors, at "Beckwlth's Spa," 303 N.
Main street, near Temple.
Drop a Postal
To the California Wine Company, 222 8. Spring
St., for the finest wines and liquors.
Choice Fruits—Finest Cherries.
Handled by Althouse Bros. Telephone 157.
No money! Well, you require very little
to buy a fine hat st the New York Basaar, 148
North Spring street.
p? PRICC S
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flavoring
Extracts
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS.
Vanilla -\ Of perfect purity.
Lemon -I Of great strength.*-
Almond Z| EconomylntholruBe
, Rose etc.rj Flavor as delicately
and deltolously as the fresh fruit..
IralioiiinSr
« —AS TO—
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
—AND AS TO—
SAN FRANCISCO.
Correspondence with Intending settlers or
investors solicited.
LANDS AT FROM 110 to 1150 PER ACRJS.
Attractive opportunities for homes and for
profitable investment In irrigation enterprises.
Address
M. l_, WICKS,
Corner of Court and Main Streets,
LOS ANGELES, CALI
Or <>Hi Market Street,
5-16-6 m. San Francisco, Cal.
CALEDONIAN COAL COMPANY
—OF —
GALLUP, NEW MEXICO,
—MINERS OF —
SUPERIOR FAMILY COAL.
OFFICE :
109 North Spring sfreet.
(Opposite the Old Court House.)
BY THE SACK, TON OR CARLOAD.
Sacked and delivered, per ton, $10 00.
Saoked and delivered, half ton, $5.25.
Sacked and delivered, one fourth ton, $2.75.
Per sack, 60 cents.
TELEPHONE 4- ZO .
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-Si PEOPLE'S S'TORE.i^
BTTNTDAY. MAY 34, tm<l.
TOOT INO Ol>R HORN.
l )^ you thluk we a l° T } gM or no i .T nen we dally ,ell ron the whys aril whereforss, the lf»
w„ ,h„ c , oncer ' l "> l ' business, and the manlier of conducting trade. We bdlieve lhat if we
rAnfc}? c ..*. dvant s ße of low prl,H '\ meritorious wares, and the knack of selling them right, we
Li ... ,1. Ut ? Ur duty to t0 " °1 r ro * de " au:)ut th , em It'« a certainty that wo are not sleeping;
t?',"? we present them to you proper y, and off they go with a rush. This is as we
ESSLir tNo ".'l'u* motilo(l 'i nothing but spry, active ways will satisfy us. Tomorrow will be the
banner day of the year Big specials, way down below the posstMllty of imagination. Wo can
™ d V'. hy Rh " ull ' n * w « ? , A specimen case in point is our Mg rush on tinware, of whioti we
h a . d^Jh entlon y « ,, ' errt »y- It's good we did not start this sale without enough stock to carry us
through; nevertheless, even with It we cannot run this tinware sale but a tew days longer—stock
giving out-reasou, big values. Ho on through every department. We do the right thing, and
thai s enough said.
:"»19 '; : "35 ":'.■ "35":
BOYS' SCHOOL HAT 3, LUNDBORG'B SWISS LILAC,
: Very serviceable; Finest perfumes,
;18 : worlh 35c. : 19 : : 35 : worth 59c. : 38 :
BLACK : *" : : IW :
GROS GRAIN SILK, ZKPHYRINK SUITINGS,
....... Very handsome; iAll new patterns;
:78 . worth $1.25. i.. 75 .:: 10 : worth 15c. : 10 :
: 95 ':95 ; . "25""25"' 1
: ; CHILDREN'S ! :.."..: MEN'S
BUTTON SHOES, ; BLACK A WHITE STRAW BJCOt
ao i ar .i'Rv Just the thing;
:95 : worth $1.35. : 95 : 25 : worth 50c. : 25 :
: 15": . : 15 : "25.";'•' 25'
: : LADIES' :
PIN STRII'E HOSE, ' MAGIC DIME BANK,
Splendid value; J The very best;
■15 : woith 25c. : 15 : » 25 ; worth 50c. 25 :
:49 ! *9 • :$1.49:.'51.49:
j BLACK SICILIAN, ' BOYS'SCHOOL SUITS, ■
142 inches wide; ! Brown tweed; !
:49 : worth 75 c. t _\ 49 : $1.49. worth $2 50. $1.49:
pearl[sj ifr:*;"" ":$i.69:
FELT SOMBREROS, ' BOYS'CALF SHOES, :
Wide brims; : ! Solid throughout;
: 98 : ' worth $3. : 98 . ;$i 69: worthsii.so. $1.69:
:"ib": \ 10 .'"is"::"'io"':
OUTING FLANNELS, POLKA DOT CASHMERETTEB, :
New styles; 40 Inches wide;
:10 : worth 15c. : 10 : • 15 ■ worth3oc. : 15 |:
: "15"':"' : is "ft, ':*-"•' •
: UNBLEACHED ; LADIES' :...?..:
j TABLE DAMASK, SOLID COLORED HOSE,
A rare bargain; : •••• : Ask to see them;
: 15 : worth 30c. : 15 : • gj* • worth i B I A !
:$1 00":": $1.00 • 19"'
; : GENUINE
FOSTER 5 HOOK GLOVES, COLORED CASHMERES, !
:: AH £°' nr * ; „ : 38 inches wide;
:$1.00: worth $1.50. $1.00: ; 19 j worth 30c. : 10 :
:25 . "5'":!:" 5
MEN'S • •
SUMMER MERINO BEACH HATS, W
UNDERWEAR,
'■ Unheard of value; .-«<■-■;
:25 : worth 50c. : 25 : ; 5 - worth 15c. 5 :
: 60 "': '"•"60": :"25""
; INFANTS' KID ■ «
HAND-SEWED SHOES, GLYCERINE LOTION,
: : Perfect beauties; For the skin: :
60 worth $1. :..?°... ' 25 : worthsoc. : 25 :
:'l5 ":.':' 15 '.; 12><':"" , ":'l2« :
COLORED EYE GLASSES, BgSTIC BANNER RODS, ' "'''
Protects the eyes; .•""•: 8 inches long; >
.15 : woyh 35c. ...I 5 !'-!» worth 25c. : 12J< :
:' "5 "::' '5 '" : I2JiS*:': 12V ':
' : CHILDREN' BL'K ! LINEN HITCK :....?.:
RIBBED HOSE, ■ TOWELS, . j
:Splendid wearing; Splendid size;
: 5 : worth 12V<c. 5 ; ; . worth 25c. ' : :
"65 "65 ' "s" ':'"■ :'"s' :
: POLKA DOT LADIES' DRAWN
CHINA SILKS, WORK HANDK FB,
Very stylish; ........ Not many left;
:65 : worth $1.00. : 65 : : ,.*...:... worth 10c : 5
: 19 " :"ii) ": - :"-»":'""/: "39":
CHENILLE DOT ! '• MEN'S FLANNEL
SILK VEILING, ETTE BIIIRTB,
The latest style; • Extra finish; ■ 39 :
:19 : worth 35c. : 19 : : 39 : • worth 60c.
:sl-50::$1.50: V'iX": :" :
: LADIES' CURACOA CHAMBRAY GING-
KID SHOES, HAMS,
: Very handsome; :: Just received; , —
.$1.50: worth $2.00. :$1.50 worth : 7% :
: 19:" :"i»": :"25": * 25"'
: BL'K CHANTILLY : LADIES' BILK ! :
LACE, MITTS,
4to 6 Inches wide; Superior quality;
: 19 : worth 35c. : 19 : : 25 : worth 40c. : 25 !
: 49 "" •'49": :'$»lo0:"' ':$5.50
: COLORED SURAH \ ■
SILKS, MEN'S FROCK SUITS,
: Very handsome; : Summer cheviots, ; •
:49 : worth 65c. ': 49 : :$5.50: worth $10 50. $5.50:
:' 56":: "50 ": :"25 :,":"25 ";
... : BLACK AND WHITE : LADIES' LISLE ' :
CHECKED SUITINGS, THREAD GLOVES,
40-inch wide; :All Bizes; '• ;
50 : worth 75c : 50 : 25 : worth 50c. ;25 .
: 49 ":"" :" 49 ": .si*79::'si'.79:
BOYS' WOOL PANTS, MEN'S CALF SHOES.
: — ■; Very strong; : Button, cong'sor lace; : :
49 : wortli 75c. : 49 : $1.79 worth $Tj.25. :$t.79:
' *•• * *
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•"35":" "-:" 35"' :'53.75: 1 :'53 .75:
; YOUTHS' CABSI-
BAY RUM, MERE SUITS,
Pint bottle; ! Long pants; :
:35 : -worth 65c. / : 35 : $3.75:' worth $5.50. :$3 75.
:$2.98'::52.98' : 25 '^:"25"*:
: MEN'S CALK DRESS I !
SHOES, LADIES' SUN HATS,
: Hand welt; :: Very useful;
:$2.98: worth $4.50. '$2.98 ! 25 : worth 50c. : 25 '
'as:. :"35'": :" 15'":" •"«'"
: LADIES' FAST : WHITE CASTILE
; . BLACK HOSE, SOAP.
:: Schoppers; : 35 : Long bars;
35" : worth 60c. J6 : worth 25c. ■ 15 ;
I ••• r --y» • •■
:$i i 39" :'51.29: : 25 ":': "25":
: misses' dongola : : children's : :
kid shoes, sailor hats.
Very dressy; • :Very Jaunty;
$189 : worth $2 00. :$1.29 : 25 : worth 50c. 25 !
A. HAMBURGER 6c SONS.

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