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DAILY HERALD. United States Weather Office. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles September 20, 1891: _. , _. ,n m M < W^rV.llUTuth* a. m. 29.94 1 M »9.93; «9 7!< Max. tarn., 78: mln. tern.. 62. Weather Forecast. Ban Francisco, Sept 20.—Forecast till 8 pm. Mondsy for Southern California: Generally cloudy and foggy weather, with scattering light rains. NEWS NOTES. Matters were unusually quiet about the city jail yesterday and but few arresta were made. The city council will meet in commit tee of the whole at 9:30 this morning to consider the Cross electric franchise. Undelivered telegrams) at the office of the Western Union Telegraph company, corner of Court and Main streets, Sep tember 20th, for W. E. Curtis and Mrs. Y. Barrondon. The Nickle Plate railroad, running from the end of the Temple-street car line to Hollywood, did a good business yesterday. Ten trips were made, aver aging 100 passengers per trip, and all were safely and comfortably carried to their destination. The six appraisers of the Itata and her cargo of arms, accompanied by Hon. S. M. White, Judge Alex A.Campbell, District Attorney Willoughby Cole and George J. Denis, went down to San Diego yesterday. A report on the valu ation of the steamer will probably be made today, when Judge Ross will fix the bonds asked for. In noting the arrest of N. Philbrooks, the Times yesterday committed a gre.it injustice against the proprietors of the Cable grocery. It said that Philbrooks is the son of the lady who keeps that popular store, and was arrested for as saulting his mother with a chair. Phil brooks' mother keeps the Corfu, and has nothing to do with the Cable gro cery, whose proprietors are gentlemen of good repute, and the last-men in the world to be suspected of ill-treating their mothers or any one else. The Orphans' home have during the past summer months and early fall, been liberally remembered with fruit. Mr. Teel, of Downey, has repeatedly sent fruit; also the Los Angeles Can ning factory and Mr. Griswald. Among same of the principal donaters are: Mr. Glenn, of Pasadena; Mr. iiuchanan, of Tropico; E. P. Byram, [of Glendale, Messrs. Crawford, F. Robinson, Dr. • Wills, Loveland, Devine, Rodriguez & Weil, Farmers' Alliance, Ludwig & Wagner, Althouse Bros., L. F. Schram, M. E. Huntley, Green, Ernest Watson, Mesdameß Hilderbran, of Alhambra, Hewitt, S. G. Courtney, Ganahl, Tinan, Mall and Schmitzer and many others. The ladies of the board of managers wish to extend thanks to all who so gener .ously remembered the orphans and trust the friends in the future will not forget that fruit is always in demand. St. Vincent's college, Grand avenue, opened its fall term September 7th. Tuition in all branches for session of ten months, $280. Day pupils, per month, $5.00. _ The Los Angeles Lumber company are offering best English Portland cement at $3.50 per barrel; discount for cash. Special rates on car-load lots. For sale, fine driving and draft horses, choice milch cows and thoroughbred Holstein bulls. Bonito Meadows, Wash ington street. J. E. Durkee. Eagleson & Co., men's furnishers, for merly of 146 North Spring street, have removed to 112 South Spring street, op posite Nadeau. L. W. Godin has removed his shoe store from 124 West First street (Wilson block) to 104 North Spring street. R. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care rtuly drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone 105. G. G. Johnson, notary public, 212 West First street, Nadeau block. Telephone 180. "Al ways in." Anthony Scbwamui, R. R. ticket broker and notary public, 20* iN. Spring st. Tel. 610. PERSONAL. Edwin J. Isaacs, of New York, is a guest at the Nadeau. George F. Kleinberger, a prominent New Yorker, is at the Hollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. N. Brust, of Denver, are spending a few days at the Hollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. M. Langmien, of To ronto, Canada, are registered at the Westminster. Dr. T, C. Stockton, accompanied by J. 11. Woolmaw, is registered at the Hol lenbeck from San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. C. Holden, of Pas adena, J. Lain and Mrs. J. W. Handing, of San Bernardino, are at the Westmin ster. W. S. Harrison, of San Francisco, pro prietor of the Hotel Gazette, of that city, was registered at the Nadeau yes terday. Mrs. Frank Cooke, of San Francisco, arrived in the city yesterday, and dur ing her sojourn here will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Freeman on West Fifteenth street. Mr. and Mrs. N. Veale, Jr., Topeka, Kan.; D. W. Jones, Seattle, Wash.; O. H. Putnam, New York; S.W.Oman, Chicago; Alex. McDonald, Fon dv Lac, Wis.; D. Bennison, Omaha, Neb., are among yesterday's arrivals at the Hol lenbeck. AND THAT ROMANDY. The Great Violinist Captures Large Audiences at the Palace. Any lover of good music who desires a treat should not fail to visit the Pal ace at First and Spring streets, and hear Prof. Dion Romandy, the violin vir tuoso, recently engaged by Mr. Schurtz. Prof. Romandy was the leader of the world famous Hungarian orchestra, which visited this country several sea sons back, and his mastery of the violin is really wonderful. The great audiences at the Palace night after night are charmed with hia solos, and no one should misa tbe op portunity of bearing this great player. Night after night this popular family resort is crowded with audiences which go into raptures over the musical treat which Mr. Schurtz has provided for their delectation. The Palace is one of the most attract ive resorts in tbe city, and a visitor can be assured of an evening's enjoyment and hospitable treatment by the pro- . prietor. " THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1891 STRANGE FREAK. A Georgia Woman Who Has Ears Like a Cat. The little town of Moultrie possesses a natural curiosity in the form of a woman who has the ears of a cat. She is the wife of a well-to-do merchant, and exceedingly sensitive on the sub ject of her peculiarity, which she very successfully conceals by an arrangement of her hair. Her ears are somewhat longer than a house cat's, but of the aame shape, and are covered with a fine, fuzzy hair, very much like an ani mal's fur. They lie close to her bead, except when she ia excited, when they protrude and work back and forth. She claims that her hearing is not keener for her possessing such a peculiarity, though her relatives and friends assert that thia sense is abnormally developed in her, and that in disposition she is distinctly feline. Physicians who have examined her declare that thia deformity extends only to the outer shape of the ear, and that the internal organ ia the same aa any other human feature. With the excep tion of thia atrange feature, the lady ia very handsome and even intellectual, well educated and very refined in ap pearance. She attributed her singular deformity to a fright received before her birth by her mother, who was attacked and Beverely bitten about the face by a pet cat that had gone mad. —[Moultrie (Ga.) special to Philadelphia Times. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Advertising That Pays—How to Make Money. On the sixth page of the Hkrald ap pears a list of classified advertisements which should be read by every one. Persons wanting situations, help, or who wish to rent, buy or sell property, will do well to advertise in these col umns. Desirable opportunities for the investment or borrowing of money appear daily. Other features are cheap eastern excursions, business chances, educational cards, professional cards, personal notices, special notices, ex change advertisements, stock for sale and a full record of the amusements of the city. Census Superintendent Porter says: "The gross value of our manufactured products during 1890 would probably be $8,600,000,000, an increase of about $3, --300,000,000. The capital invested will probably reach $4,600,000,000, and the increase during this decade exceeds the total capital invested in 1870. The wages paid will be close upon $1,500. --000,000* in addition to $500,000,000, or $50,000,000 annually. The number of hands employed will be about 3,650,000, an addition to our army of wage-workeis of 900,000 during the decade. The min ing products have almost doubled this decade, and the lumber interests have also increased enormotulv, and the pro duct for 1890 will not fall far short of $500,000,000, which exceeds by over 100 per cent the total product returned by the tenth census." Pullman palace drawing room sleep ing cars and Pullman tourist sleeping cars, Los Angeles to Chicago, daily without change, by Santa F6 route. Mullen, Bluett & Co.'s elegant overcoats. Do Yon Want Lumber Or box material ? Rough pine lumber, I o. b. at Los Angeles,t22.oo Pine boards, dressed one side 23.00 No. 1 clear vertical grain flooring 31.00 No. 2 flooring 20.00 B. ceiling and rustic same price. S. W. Rider, 203 NorlhMain street, agent. The Metropolitan stables, 324 West First street, are running a fine new line of Columbus Buggy company's buggies and phietons just pur chased of Messrs. Hawley. King A Co. Grand opening of French Pattern Hats, com mencing Monday, September 21st, and the fol lowing day at Mine. Gotthelf's 121 South spring street Fine Zinfandel. H. J. Woollacott keeps it. There are 484 bricks in a cubic yard. rfi PRICE'S W DELICIOUS w Flavoring Extracts NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS. Vanilia -\ Of perfect purity. Lemon -I of great strength. aKc! -| Econom y* th e'r us° ' Rose etc.-1 Flavor as delicately and dellciously as the fresh fruit. THE GUNN FOLDING BED. W. S. ALLEN, AGENT FOR LOS ANGELES. SS.S**» only combination bed that a lady can operate with ease; that will not wear out carpeta; that leaven the cabinet and mirror in front when bed is down. An invitation extended to all to see this bed. ■ - •■ "~ Also Agent for the Imperial and Mantel Folding Beds. I have the largest stock of Carpets in the city the nicest selected stock of Furniture, and at the lowest prices. Our Shade and Curtain Department is complete. If you want to save money get our [prices before purchasing. In some of our lines we can give you very extra induce ments to close patterns. Freight paid on all country orders. W. S. ALLEN'S Furniture and Carpet Warerooms, 332 & 334 S. SPRING ST. we: will sell you GOOD PIANO~OR AN ORGAN FOR LESS MONEY THAN ANY OTHER MUSIC HOUSE IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Sole Agents for Knabe, Chickering, Sohmer and Wheelock Pianos, and Estey and Fanand & Votey Organs. The Day & Fisher Music Co., PROPRIETORS OF THE OLD RELIABLE DAY'S MUSIC STORE, 919 lOe N. SPRING ST., LOS ANGELES. Berlin Medical Institute For the treatment of all Private, Chronic AND Nervous Diseases OF MEN AND WOMEN. Secret blood and skin diseases, sores, ulcers and swellings, nervous d bilitv, impotency, spermatorrhoea, prostatorrhoea and all forms of weakened manhood or lost viillitv speedily and permanently cured. Secret errors of youth and all their terrible effects, which, like ghosts of despair, sit perch ed upon every crag of the sufferer's broken frame, are quickly cured without unnecessary loss of time. Loss of memory, despondency, bashfulntss, and other trouoles of mind aud body readily give way to ourtreatment. lleirt disease, softening of the brain and spine, insanity snd other afflictions caused,by the errors, excesses and diseases of boys aud men are cured aud prevented. Lost virility and manly power restored, deformities removed and organs res'orid to health. Dis eases caused by the use of mercury and poison ous drugs used in the improper treatment of private diseases readily yield to ourpurely veg etable treatment. The treatmentof the Berlin Medical Institute is the safest, best and surest known to modern medicine. We use no patent nostrums. Every prescription is written by our staff surgeons and carefully compounded in our laboratory by expert chemists. Patients aud the afflicted, in all parts of the country, are cordially invited to write us or call at our offices, where consultation and prescrip tion is free, a nominal charge only being made for medicine. Patients abroad, by writing us a thorough history of their case, will be success fully treated by mail. All consultations and communications sacredly confidential. Office hours from 9 a. m. to Bp. m. Bunda\s, 10 a. m. to la noon and 2 to 1 p. m. Address all communications to Lock Box 1594, or jail at our offices, No 107 North Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. 9-14 THIS IS NOT OUR WAT. THIS IS OUR WAY OF FITTING GLASSES The careful and proper adjustment of Frames is as important as the correct fitting of lenses. We make the scientific adjustment of Glasses and Frames our specialty, and guarantee a per fect flt. Testing of the eyes free Full stock oi artificial eyes on hand. Glasses ground to order on premises. 8. G. MAItSHUTZ, Sclontiflc Optician, 229 s. Spring street, Theater Building. Full stock of flne opera glasses on hand. 7-17 tf SUNNY SLOPE TO THE FRONT. _. Thl i boautiful tract of lllnn nee<Js no introduction to the residents of Southern Califor nia. Everyone who knows of Los Angeles county also knows of the L. J. ROSE'S SUNNY SLOPE RANCH AND WINERY, the productions of which have a national reputation. This tract has beeu put on the market at the earnest solicitation of some ot the oldest residents, who well know the vilue of it for all kinds of fruit and (he flne surroundings, which n,ake the tract a VERITABLE PARADISE FOR VILLA HUMES. I here are three lines of railroad running frequeut trains connecting this place with Los Angeles—the Santa Fe on tho north, the Monrovia Rapid Iraasit extending through the c» liter, and the Southern Pacific on the south. A large portion of these lands are covered with heavy live oak timber, whicti when converted into wood will bring a return that will reduce the cost per acre quite materially. The FIRST 100 ACRES 10 BE OFFERED lays south of and adjoining Lamanda Park, being just south of Colorado street and with in ONE THOUSAND FKET OF THE RAILROAD PASSENGKK DEPOT, and will be sold in tracts of Aye, ten and twenty acreß to suit purchasers at low prices, on five years' time at 7% per cent interest, and a reduction for all cash. WOOD &, CHURCH, 227 W. FIRST ST., Between Spring and Broadway, Los Angeles, and 12 E. COLORADO ST., PASADENA, have the EXCLUSIVE AGENCY of these la: ds, and will take pleasure in showing the tract and giving prices and all information desired. Teams at our Pasadena office nt dis pe l? „ .?i I Pi*; P. d 1 gpurchasers. Los Angele. patrons can go direct to the tract by rail. REMEMBER THki OFFICE NUMBER, act quickly, lor these lauds will not go begging. <) 11-1 m ____ NTLES PEASE, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of ■F Eastern Parlor and Agent for Phomix Folding Bed and the Welch Combination Folding Bed, the two best beds in the market. PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST ! New Nos. 337, 339 and 341 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. GOVERNMENT LAND! San Clemente Island For full particulars and transporta tion see W. W. FREEMAN, Rooms 55 and 56, New Wilson Block, CORNER FIRST AND SPRING STRIET3. Open evenings from 7 to 9. 8-28 3m . 1 , , THE COSBY Electric and Supply forks, telephone: 470. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS REPAIRING. WRITE OR CALL ON US AT 120 S. Main St. 9-17 lm DENTISTRY ! Rubber or celluloid plates $3.00 to MO OO Gold fillings $1.00 and up Silver or amalgam 50c and up Cement fillings 50c and up Gold or porcelain crowns $5.00 Bridge work $5.00 per tooth Extracting with gas a specialty. DR. J. P. TUDOR, EXPERT DENTIST, N. E. Corner Third and Spring streets. 7-30 2m PHOTOGRAPHER. Fine Cabinet PI otographs a specialty. Guar anteed first-class or no charge. 2We excell in babies' photographs. For the best resu.ts the forenoon is preferred. 127 WEST FIRST STREET, 4-19-6 m Between Main and Spring. PEOPLE'S STORE. Monday, September 21, 1891. Tomorrow, Monday, we will give you some of the biggest drives that it has been our pleasure to offer since our advent in business. It is the merchandise that talks and not us. A visit to our stores will repay you, and make itself mani fest that the People's Store is still alive to the situations of the day. CLOTHING. You ought really to take advantage of our closing out sale of clothing. To- \ 8 P eclal , effort \o move our black clothing. This is not ar? adver tising dodge We are honestly going out of men's clothing, and if we cannot sell it. and quickly, too, in Los Angeles, why we will send it to an .action room and dispose of it in the course of a day ; but we prefer to give our friends what w™ have mulaTe™ 0 " *' St ° renever R " owed to accu s2o.oo? 8611 * b ' Ue bla ° k SUit ' made ° f baBket c,oth ' at $13 - 07 > that we Bold at We will sell you black corkscrew frock suits at $9.57, that we sold at $15. We w; se you black corkscrew frock suits at $12.38, that we got $18 for We wise you brown frock suits at $17.59, that we'got $20.60 for* We w 11 sell you Harris's cassimere frock suits, the best wearing goods in the market, at $13.13; you will pay $18 and $20 for them elsewhere fancy worsteds, in colors, all at a uniform nrice at *iq v? .. nit* n,„». _mi cost you $20 in the cheapest clothing store! inffltown? ' W1 " undeYs9 8 y ° U * gray W ° rSted overcoat at $4.47, that you cannot touch We will sell you light colored all wool Melton overcoats, with or without a satin facing, at $8.63; we want yon to match it at $12. wnnout a Fine black cassimere overcoats at $11.22; worth $18 We want you to help us move this stock; it is a meritorious one- you save money and assist us in disposing of it. ' y We have set October Ist as the day that we desire to get rid of the whole business, if possible. Come in while you have a chance, and gather in the phims DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. We have received another case of a fabric called "Japanese Serge." The few people who were tortunate enough to get some when we had our last case will an nrSr Ind 24 • The P atternB in ,his arB much beUer and prettier, and sell at 10c per yard; that is what the manufacturer asks for it Two cases of indigo blue prints just opened; new designs, new patterns a D «« best grades of indigo blue calicos, 18 yards for $1; they last until nightfall" thel are the goods that we have always been selling at 12 yards for $1 d„„ YArITJ case « work, and as pretty asa picture, which we let go to day at 16 yards for $1; best quality of calicos, usually sold 12 yards for $1 d™w» fan 'If ' 8 K k 1 - 2 , 2 C; u theBe are the regular 20c S° ods ! exquisite 'patterns, double-fold, 36 inches wide ; they are not the goods that we had in our windows at 10c but are a much heavier grade of twill cotton dress goods We opened a case of 32-inch dress style prints, in the latest colorings, which we will sell today at per yard ; the usual price of these wide prints is 12>.fc Wrapper flannels, in the latest fall colorings, 15ca yard; the .prettiest woolen fabric that you have ever seen for the money. at lg^ launelettes ' 12 - k - c a - yard i y° u Cft u ace them displayed in every store in town Sateens-A quality of sateen wide and in choice patterns, at 10c a yard equivalent to anything that you have ever bought at 20c ' Cotton towels-We will make a special sale to clean them out, and we do not want to carry them any further at age apiece; a towel that we have sold at 10c A cotton huck towel at 12 l oc apiece; will give you more service than any towel that you can buy under 20c or 25c; linen or half linen towel; it is extra heavy cotton, aud suitable for kitchen and household use. RIBBONS. We have 2158 pieces of ribbon that we will place on sale today at the follow ] prices • No. 2 at 3Kc a yard. No. 4at 5c a yard, No. 5 at 6c a yard, No. 7 at 8c a yard. No. 9 at 9c a yard, No. 12 at 13c a yard, No. 16 at 16c a yard, No. 22 at 18c «yTrd these are the very best quality of ribbons manufactured, and the prices that, we quote you today are just 50c on the dollar to what you can buy them at any other store; everybody ought to take advantage of this sale; these ribbons, considering the quality, are cheaper than anything that has ever been shown hi this town • they ore an exceptional value, and by night, if appreciated, there ought not to be one piece of ribbon in the house ;if you come into our store and ask us regularly we cannot give it to you under 40c; and the same ratio all through the various widths; it will pay you to come in and look at these ribbons today; this is the biggest sale of ribbons that we have ever attempted; we closed out the entire production of a manufacturer paid him spot cash for them, divided them between Los Angeles and San Fran cieco ; now if you can use our merchandise at these prices, and can help us out in handling these quantities, why we wil' repeat them frequently CLOAKS. We make one great sweep today in our cloak department. In our colored blazer jackets, we have reduced the price from $5 to $3, and you could not touch them in a cloak store under $7.50; we have reduced all our colored jackets ranging in prices from $7.50 to $10, to $5, and the same in black. We sell you a black jacket today at $5 that sold yesterday at $10; we will sell you today all our black and colored jackets, trimmed with fur, irrespective of former price, and some were as high as $20 apiece, at $7.50; this is an extraordin ary occasion, and you ought really to take advantage of it; the cool weather will soon be at hand, and then you cannot duplicate any of these three items under double of what we ask today. DRESS TRIMMINGS. i,,>,„*.^, are , S - h « wi A lga hne °f dr ?? s trimmings at 25c that equals anything we have ever shown we ba ™ a lowing the mEal r,„f m W t»h ?£ Bllk Kimp:i ftt that are perfectly exquisite; a line at 50c that you can- & the J?£" I,e v «-y *test novelties in trimming, in all colors. y them"iSc?%? and f l ' ' teMy BUrpriSe yOU: IOU could not P oBsibly have »°"«*t gimp set in nail heads at 51.50; jet, set with nail heads, at various prices. Feather trimmings, In all iiualilius, ranging from 50c to 53.50 a yard: we have the larirnst 5™, tt H^J?, nd chea P est »<?<;* of trimmings that we haVe ever handled and it u™n inspection live up 5 ° Ur trimmlU| s s are ttle i" this town for the money, thenwe willhave to BASEMENT DEPARTMENT. We have added to this department materially since last we spoke to you. . At present there isgoing on aspecial sale in baskets of all kinds, wooden wares duster* them dlSplayed lD OUr front show window^afth^rercetd,^ inblsril^ SiKSSK yTuMr aS h,Bh aS ?16a Pa "' a " d at aDy^r y y°or a crS MEN'S FURNISHINGS. n,.„i. You can rendll y.Jui'igine that we can do you some good in this department; if we did not In ,^ W V«oi BtlU l h hammer, ammer awny at Nothing and let furnishing voo ds slide. We received an invoice of S3OOO worth of men's overshirts alone; do you imagine that there ivanv other fur nishing goods concern in this town that can buy S3OOO worth ot gens' ove.shirts at one lick'' h..,„ i 6 wiU BeU £?, u m £ n 8 °. uting snlrts made of flannelette, pleated or plaiti, at 45eand49c : we bftper qualit es, but they are no account; we have an excellent quality at 00c and then 1 r " n „ u .? o to ifi 7 °- lv Sllk l in " aunel . Griped, plaid or blue effects; we can give you anything you want; and if we cannot save you money we do not ask you to trade with us g had to pay « e 25 " y PerUalu ShlrtS at 850 that you wlll flud »Plendid value if yon U.2s.fneseill'K DOVeIty ' With Btrl P es and •» , .T be , yer y latest novelty in evening dress shirts, being a loose, unstarched bosom with * Pleated blouse effect, made of India linen; we have two l^^a^'ovS^M, Fancy black silks, with colored work, $1.50,11.75 and »l.85; we would-like you to in r th i? 8C s ! lks; think, it is the greatest stock quality and value thatVver came liT this town" and if there is an item that Is not worth double what we ask you, we do not expect you toTbuv it' B ,T e r T on or ?J h h r Bllks nave buen slow w 'th us, and we are accumulating a line not to be for'goftenf J ' 801 ther6 "* a ° y connoisseurs of s »ks in Los Angeles, this is in even! DRESS GOODS. yea "' and our P r 'ces in pro worUl^| are Bellin 8 40 - lnchScotchcli eviots,all wool, at 50c a yard, in stripes and plaids; are w2 »lt Be }}} n « 40-Inch camel's hair, in stripes and plaids, at 60c, that are worth SI 50c tb ™« "oof or'Vilk, at under^l.*" 86111118 * 41nCl1 BCOtch Camel ' B hair 8t 80c a yard ' that you cannot ma «* anywhere bring vis 50c Belling plaids and strl PCB in very fine cashmere cloths at 30c a yard, that ought to wool W. 6 ° f COlOTed CheVl ° t8 ' Dearly B " W ° o1 " and Plald and «2 50 We eeUlng 50 lQch Kn Klitu broadcloth at 51.50 c yard, that cannot be matched under The best unlaundered shirt in the United States at 50c. HAT DEPARTMENT. We received today some twenty cases of hats for men, youths and boys. We can sellvon H ?H^ur.'L X a \ m .° St any Vfl' but onu good nuuaber that we make mention of today is a 45c line. It is as good a hat as you can buy short of 75c. - toaay ting hw e etofose a 9oc e °' meU '" " TheB6 are gOOdS that we haTe B,ways been ing am%Vand n'4o° WaCk ' Us °' You wln flnd t"> hat as good as some people are advertis- ' .»,,«■ b ; ave flowed the principle throughout our house of. knocking the spots off of the stuff and everything and everybody. This season we are going for all the trade £hat Is afloat We will make the People's Store ring in the ears of high prices until they buz/ DRESS GOODS. which V wa™"n C *Wg eff °"'° m ° Ve B " kS today •24 mch bl aelt *»™hs at 75c, the former price of £f» a w r '?, Ada S', c ?' warranted all silk, for evening dresses,7sc a yard; regular price, 51.50 Black faille, 24 inches wide, warranted all pure silk, SI. Black bengallnes, the newest and prettiest weave, SI a yard; lormer price, S2 Colored surah silks, extra heavy quality, in all shades, "75c a yard; a bargain at SI. We are selling French foule serge broadcloths at 51.75 a yard that are worth S3 We war rant them genuine French serge broadcloth. we war to ° ° f * ombination Buitß and dress patterns, ranging in price from 52.35 •t^fc W .®^ have mßd f 8 special effort-used all our skill and ingenuity-to place before you a w?. C i „?i f « dre w e° od( rin a tylC quality and price that would Insure four patronage lor the futore We believe 11 you will inspect them, that we have succeeded. «» vie luiure. LADIES' HOSIERY. Full finished, solid color, as long as they last at 12»ic; regular price, 25c. TsN A. HAMBURGER I SONS.