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The Santa Fe and Its Abuse from San Diego. Nothing in the Agreement About the General Offices. The Los Angeles aud Pacific to Be Resuscitated. President Manvel Said to Be Sick of San Diego Abase—The Kleetrio Koad's Progress. Notes. San Diego boomites are now cursing President Manvel because he will not accede to all their demands. A Santa Fe official said to a Hkrald reporter yesterday, "if those San Diego fellows wanted to utterly disgust Monvel they could not have adopted a better course. I think they have succeeded in making him an enemy for life of their town and everybody in it. He is a very fair minded man, but a great amount of the abuse which has been thrown at him behind his back, has come to his ears, and a man must be more than human who could stand it patiently. If San Diego gets any more concessions from the Santa Fe it will surprise me." It seems from one of the papers of the Baynclimate city that the kickers have nothing on which to base their protests. The San Diegan says: "Since President Manvel was here quite an interest has been manifested in the terms of the agreement between the city and the railroad company, by which the railroad was built and the city and Kimball brothers .gave the big land subsidy. Several people have been to the court house to see the. agreement, and had some difficulty in finding it. The agreement will be found in book 37 of deeds, page 177. "But as a matter of fact the agree ment does not legally bind the railroad company to do more than it has done. No provision is made for the maintenance of shops or general offices in this city. In consideration of the subsidy, which was a big one, the company was simply to build a railroad. "It is hinted that still another agree ment exists, but if so it is not ou file." A NEW INCORPORATION. The Los Angeles and I'acjlic railway 1 will be resuscitated in a few days by the formation of a new corporation, in which the Messrs. M. N. Avery and \V. M. Sheldon, of the German-American savings bank, and Judge Lamme will figure. The road, it is said, will be re constructed and operated as a steam road. The papers of the new company will be filed today or tomorrow. THE ELECTRIC ROAD. The Los Angeles Consolidated Elec tric railway completed yesterday the putting of the horse-car route to Vernon in condition to run electric cars over it, and commenced running electric cars thither with ample success. The route through the city is the same as the route of the horse-ear line, and no change has been made except to mag netize the tracks aud run a trolley wire overhead. The cars used are the cars of the old electric railway company, and these cars are of the E liaon system. They are neat affairs—all open. They will run at about twenty milee an hour, can go as high as thirty-three miles an hour, and expect to make a round trip to Vernon and back in thirty minutes. The service will be at fifteen minute intervals during the day, and half an hour at night. There are ten of these cars, all owned by the company, hut only four will be put on fur the present, these being ample for the ser vice. The old horse cars will be taken off the line and turned into electric cars. The horses and mules will be sold. The Vernon road was running on the day agreed upon between the com pany and the people of Vernon, and the former is, therefore, entitled to the bonus offered by the Vernon populace. NOTES. The Terminal road finds its business constantly increasing. The electric road people having knocked out all attacks are resting. Next. Detective Will Smith, of the Southern Pacific, returned yesterday from the north. President Manvel, of the Santa Fe, will visit Mexico before returning to Chicago. United States Weather Office. Report of observations taken atLrs Augeler, September 30, 1891: Time. | Bar. | Ther. 8:07 a. m. 129.74 5!> 5 07 p. m. !29.84| 67 :H'm WdjVel Weathr 33 NH 3 Cldless 30 W I 9 Cldleas tf&x. tern., 74; rain, tem., 53. NEWS NOTES. Yesterday was one of the dullest days On record in police circles. J. C. Cline was yesterday appointed marshal for the coming agricultural fair. The special exhibit of water lilies at the chamber of commerce will be re newed today. Forty real estate transfers were re- Corded yesterday, the total considera tion given being nearly $50,000. • Mrs. E. A. Mackie filed a suit yester day against Mrs. Celia F. Barnes for foreclosure of a mortgage for $2000. Jos. Chambers, clerk of the police courts, reports the collection of $1255.45 in fines during the month of September. It appears that Mr. Scott, who was apoken of yesterday in connection with the arrest of J. B. Morjrison, has had a room in the Crystal Palace building for a month. A small store building near the cor ner of Grand avenue and Seventh street caught fire yesterday morning. The blaze was soon extinguished by the department. Tbe damage was nominal. A visitor to the chamber of commerce yesterday attempted to force open the mineral specimen cabinet in the gallery, but was detected before success had at tended his efforts. He was not arrested. Major Elderkin, U. S. A., will lecture at the Flower Festival home, 125 West Fourth street, on Catalina. As the. major is well known as an interesting talker, the event will no doubt be of more than usual interest. Undelivered telegrams at the office of the Western Union Telegraph company, corner of Court and Main streets, Oc tober 1st: Louis Jones, M/s. G. E. Scammon, C. W. Garland, L. P. Mendi blre, George H. Lockwood, Eugene K. Holuies.CharlesW. Hackett.M. H.Sher man, C. L. Canfield. The funeral of Henry Niemeyer will be held from his residence at 927 Cen tral avenue, on Friday, 9 a.m. Frienda and acquaintances invited without fur ther notice. Plymouth concert at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium Monday evening, October sth. Tickets, 50 cents, on sale at Day & Fisher's, 11)6 North Spring street. The programme to be rendered is at tracting a good of attention, and the musical people will be out in force. Mise Berger, a universal favorite, will render for the first time here, Mosz kowski'g brilliant composition, "From Foreign Parts" (Italy). Members of Independent Bricklayers' Union No. 1 are requested to attend the meeting next Friday evening, as there is business of importance to be attended to; also report of committee that con cerns every member. St. Vincent's college, Grand avenue, opened its fall term September 7th. Tuitiou in all branches for session of ten months, $280. Day pupils, per month, $6.00. _ 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. _ Don't forget that W. R. Burke 4 Co. 153 North Spring stieet, write insurance policies on buildings and contents at lnwe*t lates and make prompt settlements In ca«e of loss: cap ital of compmie- represented, twenty millions Money loaned at mo»t reasonable terms. Notary Public same place. R. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care fully drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone IGS. Q. 9. Johnson, notary public, 212 West First street, Nadeau block. Telephone 180. "Al ways In." Anthony Schwamm. R. R. ticket broker and notary public, 204 N. Spring st. Tel. 619. PERSONAL. Mrs. F. X. Engler and family have returned to Los Angeles. T. W. Gregg, of San Bernardino, is in the city. He is at the Nadeau. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Wilson, are registered at the Hollenbeck, from 'Frisco. Miss Mac Owens, of Santa Barbara, is domiciled for the Winter at the Bellevue Terrace hotel. H. C. Crosby, wife and eon, of Kansas City, Mo., will sojourn at the Bellevue Terrace hotel this winter. Mr. Blum, of San Francisco, accom panied by his wife And Mrs. J. Jacobs, have apartments at the Xadeau. Thomas Gardiner, manager of the San Diego Union, arrived in the city yester day. He will return this afternoon. Among Chicagoana registered at the Hollenbeck are Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Solomon, J. B. Solomon, C. P. St. John and A. B. Titcomb. Miss Mamie Lester, Miss Mamie Rad cliffe, Miss Bumont and Mrs. Chantore, of the Sol Smith Russell company, are registered at the Nadeau. M. C. Marsh went to San Francisco last evening as the local member of the state Democratic central committee, to attend the conference of Democratic clubs. N. Merriam and family, of Omaha, Neb., have returned from Redondo, and will spend the winter in Los Angeles. They will make the Bellevue Terrace hotei their home. Mr. and Mrs. A. Mansbacfi, Trinidad, Colo.: Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Sargent and daughter, Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Johnston, San Jacinto, registered last night at the Hollenbeck. E. S. Babcock, the man who made Coronado what it is, and who has done more for San Diego than any score of its citizens, was in the city yesterday on business connected with the bond given for the release of the Itata. Thos. Pallett and I. F. Isbell returned yesterday from a two weeks' visit to the famous Pallett ranch, in Big Rock creek district, bringing with them specimens of apples raised without cultivation or irrigation, that will compare favorably with any of the Julian fruit. , F. D. Andrews and wife, tlie crayon artists, have opened their studio at No. 231 South Broadway. The Globe Clothing Co. will close this eve at 5 :30, and re open tomorrow at 6 p.m , allow ing a 5 per cent discount to alltpurcbnsers. Democrats, Attention! The Democratic clubs of the county of Los Angeles are requested to meet at their respective club rooms at such time and place as the president of their club shall specify, for the purpose of electing a set of delegates to attend the meeting and public reception for the organization of the proposed "California Association of Democratic Clubs," to be held in San Francisco on the sth and 6th of October, 1891, at Metropolitan hall. J. Deßartii Shorb, Chairman Dem. Co. Com. M. C. Marsh, Sect'y. The Globe Clothing Co. will close this eve at 5:30, and re-open tomorrow at 6 p.m. with a special sale of flannelette shirts at 35c. Frank X. Engler, Piano tuner and repairer, 3lti W. Second street. Dr. Grainger Hyer, of Ontario, is spending a few days at the Hollenbeck, uePRiCEv |/ DELICIOUS Flavoring Extracts NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS. Vanilla Of perfect purity. Lemon -I Of great strength. Ahnond —| conomy tne,r t»se r Rose etCrl Flavor a3 delicately and dellclously as the fresh fruit. THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1891 We Can Sell Inn a Cliiek ering Piano, or a Sohmer, at such Reasonable Prices and terms that you will wonder why you did not buy before. The why of it all is—We buy direct from the men who make them, hence you deal direct with the owners. Long experience' and square dealing tell the story. Come aud see us. The Day & Fisher Music Co., 9-19 106 NORTH SPRING STREET-. Proprietors of Day's Music Store. THE ITATA AT LAST ORDERED RELEASED. Marshal Qard Goes to' San Diego to Let the Vessel Go-Kilgors vs. Osborn— Notes. Judge Ross made an order yesterday afternoon releasing the Itata from cus tody. A bond was filed for the vessel and one for the arms which formed her cargo, each in the amount of $60,000. E. S. Babcock and S. A. Garrettson, both of San Diego, are the sureties. Immediately after the approval of the bona tbe court made the order' for the vessel's release. Marshal Gard left for San Diego last night to release a por tion of the ship's machinery, which he removed to prevent her escape. The vessel will sail immediately for Chile. KILGORE VS. OSBORN. Judge Shaw yesterday heard the case of Kilgore vs. Osborn, an action for the recovery of a hack and a pair of horses. The plaintiff is the widow of a livery man, who, at his death owed $300 on a note held by a Mrs. Hayden. The plain tiff gave Mrs. Hayden a bill of sale on the horses and hack to cancel the .iote, and the outfit was turned over to the defendant in this suit, from whom Mrs. Kilgore is trying to recover. The court held that the team and carriage cannot be recovered by the plaintiff until the $300 is paid. The hack aud team is valued at $900. NOIKS. An information waa yesterday filed in department one, charging Geo. Wilson with burglary. Wilson is the lively in dividual who entered the Westminster hotel and several other places on the night of September 3d. He will be ar raigned today. John C. Hay, who is charged with forging the name of Morris M. Green to a mortgage, was admitted to bail by Judge Smith yesterday in the sum of $2000. Edward L. Baker, who is under: the same charge, will be arraigned to day. | Lilly Bailey, the frail dan)3el who is: alleged to have robbed Abraham Ruiz of $370 on August 25th, was admitted to i bail in department one yesterday in the : sum of $1000. When taken info court she claimed her true name is Frankie Lee Clair, though in the lower court Lilly Bailey was giod enough, fhe will plead to the information on Monday. The trial of H. C. Jackson on acharge of obtaining property by false pretenses," terminated yesterday iv a verdict of not guilty. The trial has consumed two days in department one. The case of Booher vs. the Southern Pacific Railroad company was on all day in department two yesterday. In the case of Freeman vs. Seeberger in department three judgment was yes terday given for plaintiff. The action was to recover on a land contract. The case of the Farmers and Mer chants bank vs. Palmer, an action on foreclosure of mortgage for $10,000 was settled by stipulation in department three, judgment being entered for plain tiff. ONITBD STATES DISTRICT COURTS. In the United States district court yesterday J. Poinchetto pleaded not guilty to a charge of selling liquor to Indians. Hearing was set for October 30th. W. Baxter and Rqginaldo Tapia were arraigned for cutting timber on govern ment lands. Court adjourned to Monday next, Oc tober sth. J. B. Morrison, the man arrested Wednesday by Deputy Marshal Jenkins for impersonating an officer, was taken before Commissioner Van Dyke, who released him on $500 bonds to appear today for examination. Ostrich Feathers. The ladies having old feathers can have them curled, renovated and dyed In fashionable shades, and transformed Into dress trimming, or in any other style. Glace black guaranteed. Also new feai hers made to order. Milliners' orders promptly attended to. Apply to Boussur .'. Deste, 320 W. Second street. Tho Metropolitan stables, 324 West First street, are running a fine new line of Columbus Buggy company'sbuggles and phtetons just pur chased of Messrs. Hawley. King & Co. SUNNY SLOPE TO THE FRONT. ThU beautiful tract of laud needs no introduction to the residents of Southern Califor nia. Everyone who knows of Los Angeles county also knows of the X. J. ROSE'S SUNNY SLOPE RANCH AND WINERY, tne productions of which have a national reputation. This tract has been put on the market at the earnest solicitation of some of the oldest residents, who well know the value of it for all kinds of fruit and the fine surroundings, which make the tract a VERITAKLE PARADISE FOR VILLA HOMES. There are three lines of railroad running frequent trains connecting this place with Los Angeles—the Santa Fe on the north, the Monrovia Rapid Transit extending through the center, and the Southern Pacific on the south. A large portion of these lands are covered with heavy live oak timber, which 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 FEET OF THE RAILROAD PASSENGER DEPOT, and will be sold in tracts of Aye, ten and twenty acres to suit purchasers at low prices, on five years' time at V/i per cent interest, and a reduction for all cash. WOOD Sc CHURCH, 227 W. FIRST ST., Between Spring and Broadway, Los Angeles, and 12 E. COLORADO ST., PASADENA, have the EXCLUSIVE AGENCY of these laods, and will take pleasure in showing the tract and giving prices and all information desired. Teams at our Pasadena office at dis posal of intending purchasers. Los Angeles patrons can go direct to the tract by rail. REMEMBER THK OFFICE NUMBER, act quickly, for these lands will not go begging. NILES "PEASET I'lfcfr* ■•HBHT Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of HFI Eastern Parlor and -... Chamber Furniture! Carpets, Oil Cloths, Linoleums Agent for Phoenix 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. THE COURTS. MONTEFIORE CONGREGATION. Holiday services will be held at the Masonic hall, No. 125J£ S. Spring street, commencing Friday evening, October 2, 1891. Rev. Dr. A. W. Edelman will officiate as lecturer, and Rev. J. Wolff will officiate aa cantor during tlie holi days. Seats can be had at A. S. Joseph's, No. 217 S. Spring street, and at Henry Kline's, 104 S. Main street, and at the hall on Sunday, September 27th, from 2 till 4 o'clock. Bone Meal. Ground bones by the sack, t»n or carlosd at lowest price. Giant Bone MM, corner Aliso and I.you streets. Los Angeles. Highest price paid fur dry bones. _ H. J. Woollacott, agent for W. and A Gilbey, London. Finest Uqu"rs for medicinal u«e. 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 bility, impotency, spermatorrhoea, prostatorrhoea and all forms ul weakened manhood or lost viiUity speedily and permanently cured. Secret errors of youth and all their terrible effects, which, ike 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, baxhfuln- ss, and other troubles of mind and body readily give way to our treatment He rt disease, softening of the brain and spine, insanity »nd other afflictions caused by the errors, exce'scs and diseases of noys aiid men are cured and prevented. Lost virility and manly power restored, deformities remov d an«l organs res ored to health. Dis eases caused by the use of mercury and poison ous drugs used in the Improper treatment of private diseas s reaaily yield to our purely veg etable treatment. The tr atmentof the Berlin Medical Institute is the safest, hest and 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 snd the afflicted, in all parts of the country, are cordially invited to write us or call at our offices, where cousuitation and prescrip tion is free, a nominal ctmrge only being made I r medicine. Patients abroad, by writing us a thorough history of their case, will be success fully treated by mail All consultations »nd communications sucred'y confidential. Office hours from 9 a.m. to Bp. m. Bunda T s, 10 a. m. to IS noon and 2 to 4 p. m. Address all oommuulcatiots to Lock Box 1594, or jail at our offices, No 107 North Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. 9 14 GOVERNMENT LAND! San Clemente Island For full particulars and transporta tion see W. W. FREEMAN, Rooms 55 and 56, New Wilson Block, CORNKR FIRST AND SPRING STREETS. Open evenings from 7 to 9 8-28 3m DENTISTRY ! Rubber or celluloid plates $3 .00 to $10 00 Uujd fillings $1.00 and up Milveror amalgam 50c and up Cement libings 50c ami up Gold or porcela.u crowns $5.00 Bridge work $5.00 per tooth Extracting with gas a specialty. DR. J. P. TUDOR, KXFERT DBNTIST, N". E, Corner Third and Spring streets. 7-3 d 2m Heebie and Supply Worts, TELEPHONE 470. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS REPAIRING. ; WRITE OR CALL ON US AT 126 S. Main St. ', 0-17 lm PEOPLE'S STORE. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1891. Gentlemen in need of Clothing will find our goods cheaper and better than anything offered in this market for the price. We are Retiring from the Sale of Men's CJothing, giving up that branch of our business; selline; goods at less than cost, which means that no one who intends doing business can enter into competition. MEN'S FURNISHINGS. The place to buy your goods, gents, U where you can get the beat article for the least money. At that house you can always find the stock, because they are doing business. The public are not foola; they soon ascertain the house that treats them carefully, squarely and has right and honest goods. We have decided to make the special sale in gents' furnishings. If you need anything in this line this is an opportunity, and it doea not occur every day. Note our prices, compare the quality with what you have been buying, and if yon do not find each one a bargain, why do not touch them. Boys' gray flannel shirt waiats, 50c; if you can duplicate it in thia town at 75c. oura are not worth 25c. Boys' flannel shut waists, warranted all wool, in various colors, 95c; if yon can huy it in this town under $1.50, ours are not worth 50c. Men's black nnd white figured overshirts, 60c; if you can buy them under $1. onra are not wor h 2fc Men's dark colo.ed flannellette overshirts, 45c and 50c; if you can buy them in thia town under 75c, ours are not worth anything. Men's woolen overahiris, 85c; if you can buy them under $1.25 in the closest furnishers, ours are not worth 25c. Men's woolen overshirts. all wool, made of fine casaimere, $2; if you can buy the same shirt, under $3 in this town, ours are not worth 50c. Men's neckwear—We have three linen of silk neckwear that we offer you at 15c, at 25c and at 35c; if you can purchase our 15« lino in this town under 25c ours are not worth anything; if you can buy our 25c line under 40c, ours are not worth 15; if you can buy the 35c line under 50c to 75c, ours are not worth 20c. Men's white or gray lamb's wool shirts or drawers, $1 apiece; if you can buy them under $1.50 anywhere, oura are not worth 50c. Men's brown striped underwear, wool, shirts or drawers, 85c each ; if you can buy this line that we offer you at 86c under $1 50, then oura are not worth 30c. Men's merino shirts and drawers at 35c. 45c, 50c, 65c and 75c ; we cannot give yon each item and tell you the value, but it is better value than you will find in this town at much more money; if it ia not, we are aa good aa our word, we will take them back and give you your money. Men'a aolid colored seamless socks, lQc a pair. Men's fine cotton seamresa cocks, 3 pair forsoc. Men's unbleached seamlesa socks, IUWJc a pair. Men's fine aolid colored socks, full finish, regular made, 25c a pair. Men'a extra fine socks, black and fancy colors, 35c. Men's silk clocked balbriggan, finest grade of socks made, 25c; we could not buy them ourselves at $4 a dozen. On the stock question we reiterate what we said before. We'claim our goods superlative values; if you can buy any one of the several items anywhere nearour prices, we aro not in it. Men's wool socks, warranted all wool, in grays, black and natural, 25c a pair sold all over at 50c. ' Men's superfine and superior stout, all wool, solid colored nocks at 35c a pair as good as we sold you last season at 60c. ' Men's lace backed suspenders, 25c a pair; you will marvel how they can be sold under 60c. Men's sußpendera, in a hundred different styles, 25c, that you pay 50c for elsewhere. Men's suspenders, with silk ends and extra fine webbing, 50c. Men's suspenders, finest silk webbing, leather ends, 75c and 85c; usually sold at $1 and $1.25. Men's pure silk web fancy holiday suspenders, $1 a pair. We purchased from one of the largest and best suspender manufacturing com panies all the small lots that they had left, and if we cannot give you the best values in suspenders that you can purchase in this or any other town, why, then we will Bhut up shop. Men's white laundered shirts. We slaughtered our line at 50c, and it is laundered as well as any shirt that you pay ij-2 for. Men's laundered shirts at 75c. Men's laundered shirts at $1; everybody has white laundered shirts for sale, that is in the furnishing business; there are little things about it that only the storekeeper knows of—such aa patent stays, reinforced backs, qualities of "linen and muslin, short aud long cuts, unmerciful ly narrow patterns, etc. These things have to be watched and carefully guarded against In order to give your customers the beat values. Now the shirt that we sell you at 75c is as good as other people sell at $1; the quantity that we sell of them tells tlie tale. Our $1 shirt is the acme of perfection; it ia impossible to get a better line and better tit or a better cut for the money in the United States. At $1.25 we have a line of fancy em broidered fronts, percale stripes, fancy cords, checks, the latest negligl evening ghirts, and all the paraphernalia appertaining to evening wear. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. We will make it of interest to you to look into our dress goods stock today. We will offer at special sale at 36c a yard a lino of 40 inch, all wool plaids, in the very latest and newest of colorings, designs and effects, nt 35c a yard; goods that were made and intended to be sold at 75c; if you do not consider thia unmer ciful slaughter, then we do not know what cheap dress goods means. We continue to offer you a line of 42 inch, all wool, finest French henriettas, in the leading shades and colorings, at 40c a yard, which we cannot import for 50c; they are the regular 75c cloth that every house in this town Bella you at 76c. In Scotch cheviots, chevrons, checks and plaids, the very latest effect, in 48 inch wide, all wool goods, we are offering you today at 35c a yard. At 50c a yard we offer you a line of black and colored camel's hairs; these gooda are cheap at 85c; you want to appreciate what we are doing for you ; thia is no ordinary, every day advertisement; it is hammering the life out of merchan dise, selling you goods w»y below cost; we have goods to give away; but we want it appreciated. We will sell you today a line ot the very newest effects in doublefold bengal ines at \2U,c. a yard, half wool dress goods; if they are not the prettiest and cheap est goods you ever bought'for the money, why leave them to us, do not touch them. The other dress gooda that we mentioned in our yesterday's "ad" we still have on special sale, and by coming in today you can get the benefit of these choice bargains; our prices mean a large business, and even though it does not amount to anything to us in the way of profits, still in seasons to come it will pave the way to the knowledge of where the right goods at proper prices can be obtained. LADIES' UNDERWEAR. We have made one of the most gigantic purchases in underwear of our exist ence; we purchased the entire production of one of the leading mills in New York, and we are prepared to give you values unheard of heretofore in Loa Angeles. Ladies' high neck, long sleeve, ribbed vests, in colors and balbriggan styles, 35c; goods that you will never buy again under 75ewhen they are gone. Ladies' high neck and long sleeve, jeraey ribbed, balbriggan yeats, extra heavy, made of Egyptian cotton, 40c; goods that cannot be replaced at 80c. Ladies' high neck and long sleeves, jersey ribbed, wool vests, in all colors, at 65c; goods that we have cold you daily at $1.10. Think of it; an extra fine quality, high neck, long sleeve, wool vesta, jeraey ribbed, at 65e; why you cannot buy a cotton one for the price ; we run these lines at 85c and 95c; you will see by the pile stacked up above our shelving the quan tity of those gooda we have on hand; our basement ia full of them, and we have still 100 dozen coming on the road; the value ia ao great that our buyer could not resist the temptation of cleaning out the entire production ; we never have seen such superlative values in all our lives. SHOE DEPARTMENT. We have some special values and prices to give you today. Thia department has kept pace with the balance of our store, and the values have improved in leather and style, while retaining the old prices. We are proud to say that in our lines, immaterial what part of this country, there ia no concern that will give you more value for your money in shoe leather than we can. Child's dongola button, spring heel, 5s to Bs, 75c. Misses' dongola butter, heel shoes, sizes 12 to 2, $1 a pair. Misses' dongola button, patent leather tip shoes, $1.75. Ladies' French dongola, patent leather tip, all widths and sizes, $2.50. Ladies' French kid, hand sewed, extension sole shoes, $3.76. Ladies' French kid, hand turned, button boots, $3.75. Men's veal calf congress balmorals, $1.98. Men's calf button congress and balmorals, $2.50. Men's genuine kangaroo button, $2.50. Han an & Son's fine shoes, all widths and laats, $5; the same shoe sold at $6 and $6.50. We need not compare the prices in thia department with the valuea of others; they are not in it. We will guarantee you that these shoes will give you wear and service; if they do not, we will refund you your money. DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. A gala day in domestics. Bleached muslin, 5c a yard; as good aB ordinarily sold in this town at 10c. Brown muslins at 5c a yard; the best and heaviest at almost as much again. Shirting prints, the best made, not the inferior quality, 20 yards for $1. Dress prints, in the latest dress styles, 20 yards for $1. • Prints are of two qualities—what they call a 56-60, and what they call a 64 square ; the 64 square are the standard cloths, and the goods that are ordinarily sold by us for 16 yards for $1; the other, the 56-60, are a cheaper, inferior print, gotten up mostly'for manufacturing purposes in order to get out some cheap, trashy stuffy etandard eqU are 20 yards for $1; the prints usually sold at that price are the 56-60 stamped Lodi; purchasers in buying these prints should notice the brand. Outing flannels, 10c a yard; we are told that the very identical goods and patterns are sold hereabouts at 15c. ~ . . Chuda cloths, extra wide and superior quality, 10c a yard; these goods cost to manufacture 10^c; whoever has tbem in town wants at least loc for them. Ohantillvs a new dress fabric made on the order of a calico, but much strong er and heavie?'; verypretty and durable goods that *> ld f ° r °« «*> today ttt 6 Flannel black cotton suitings, the prettiest, newest and most durable gooda for wrappera, house dresses, etc., ever manufactured, made and intended to be sold at 20c; our price today is 10c. All wool checked shirting flannels, 25c a yard; these goods are worth 40c if they are worth a cent. We look for a big trade all over the house today; our prices merit it. A. HAMBURGER &c SONS.