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LOS ANGELES HERALD
United States Weather Office.
Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
December 14,1891:
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p. m.
Max. tern., 05: mln. tern., 44.
NEWS NOTES.
The Owls will give a social on next
Sunday evening.
A broken pepper tree has obstructed
the sidewalk on the east side of Main
street, near Sixth, for several days.
Stephen B. Elkins has donated $20,
--000 toward founding a college, Presby
terian preferred, at Elkins, VV. Va.
Prof. Parkhill will lecture this evening
at Y. M. C. A. hall on Niagara Falls
and the Thousand Islands. A stereop
ticon will add to the effect of the lee •
ture.
The Los Angeles Business College Lit
erary society will give an entertainment
and social to the public Friday evening,
December 18th, in the college hall, 144
South Main street.
There will be a literary and musical
entertainment given by Eureka Circle,
C. L. S. C, at Vincent M. E. church,
corner Main and Twenty-eighth streets,
this evening. All are invited. Seats
' free.
The ladies of the Church of Our Sav
ior (Episcopal), San Gabriel, will hold
a bazaar at Hotel San Gabriel on ttie
afternoon and evening of Tuesday, De
cember 15th. Home-made luncheon
beginning at 1 o'clock. Dolls, plain and
fancy needle work, home-made candy
and all sorts of things at strictly legiti
mate prices.
At the annual convocation of Los An
geles chapter No. 33, R. A. M., the fol
lowing officers were elected for the en
suing Masonic year: High priest, F.
A. Last; king, E. A. Preuss; scribe,
Cyrus Willard ; treasurer, C. A. Teel;
secretary, N. Strassburger. After the
adjournment, the attending Maßons
proceeded to Bob Eckert's for a fitting
repast.
Through some unexplained cause a
fire started in tbe dry grass on the
Rancho de los Alamitos last Friday and
burned some 3000 acres of good feed.
A large force of men from the ranchos
and surrounding country after extreme
difficulty succeeded in getting it extin
guished, a high wind prevailing at the
time. The pecuniary loss is hard to
estimate, as it depends to a considerable
extent on the weather.
For sale, fine driving and draft horses,
choice milch cows and thoroughbred
Holetein bulls. Bonito Meadows, Wash
ington street. J. E. Durkee.
R. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone 105.
G. G. Johnson, notary, has removed to 213
West First street, opposite old office.
Railway companies antagonize ticket brokers,
bnt Anthony* Schwamm, the responsible Asso
ciation broker, will guarantee every ticket and
save you dollars My motto: "square Trans
actions and Reduced Rates vs. Arbitrary Ry
Rates. Office, 200 and 200 N. Spring street,
Temple block.
Get a ticket of admission tothegranl concert
next Friday from Mullen. Bluett A Co.
PERSONAL.
Mrs. H. M. Johnston of San Jacinto is
at the Hollenbeck.
Dr. J. H. Peterson anil D. McMillain
of Cincinnati are at the Bellevue Ter
race hotel.
Mrs. Louise Wood./orth Foss is still
quite ill. Her recovery is not as rapid
as her friends had hoped.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Buy burn and
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Buford are gue3te at
the Hollenbeck from New York.
Mrs. F. L, Nickels and eon of Seattle
and Mrs. Frazier of Riverside have
apartments at the Bellevue Terrace.
F. K. Flanders aud F. L. Gardner,
proprietors of Brown's hotel, Pomona,
registered last night at the Hollenbeck.
T. J. llannon, Will M. Garland and
Frank Van Vleck were Vngelefioa among
thos.e registered at Hotel Del Coronado
Sunday.
C. P, Young and Charles R. Gardner,
two well-known business men of San
Francisco, have apartments at the Hol
lenbeck.
Judge L.O. Holdenof Saginaw , Mich.,
called to San Francisco on legal busi
ness, took advantage oi the occasion to
pay a brief visit to Southern California,
and found a welcome from many Michi
ganders who have preceded him. Judge
Holden loves a good horse and it grieved
his judicial heart to be forced to own
that California alone is "in it" in the
production of trotters.
The most mitrve'ous geological formation
ever discovered—a human body petrified—may
be seen at No. 158 North Main street.
Tourist Headquarters is the Bellevue Terrace
hotel, corner Sixth and Pearl streets: cable
can direct to house. The Bellevue Terrace is
now open under new management, and lias
been refurnish, d, carpeted, painted, papered
and decorated throughout. Has more sunny
rooms, with open grates, free baths and electric
bells, of any hotel in Los Angeles. Rates, $1,25
to $2 per day: special rates for the winter or
nermanent guests. C. W. Stewart, proprietor.
Why wait for the World's Fair before seeing
Hie famous Fretno petrified man. See it now
at 15S North Maiu street.
I will, on and after January 1,1802, serve
my customers with milk at ft cents per quart
till further notice. Any person wtshiig to
iample it can do so by buying of the driver s
wagon. Washington Dairy, or addressing P. O.
box 701. li. F. Gilmore.
Seethe famous Fresno petrified man at 15 8
North Main street
Frank X. Engler,
Piano tuner and repairer, 310 W. Second street.
Dr. Parker, dentist, formerly of Third ami
Broadway, has removed to 145 North Springst.
THE PASTEUR HOSPITAL
—5i SOUTH ERN CALIFORNIA BRANCH:?—
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF DISEASES OF
Skin, Sexual Organs,
Syphilis and Piles.
The most obstinate and dislinurinrg diseases ot Skin cured ill 30 days.
Immediate relief from unnatural, acute and cnronte discharges. Piles sueccs sfullv treated.
I oss of Mauliood and Seminal w«akne*» easily, quickly and permanently cured, out cl
town patients successfnlly treated by correspondence, Sacredly confidential,
THE PASTEUR HOSPITAL,
Permanently located at 230 S. Mahi St., Loa Augeles, over Hammam Batbg.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15 1891.
MADGE IS MARRIED.
GALLANT YOUNO RICHARDSON
WINS HIS WIFE.
He and His Bride Outwit the Police and
Detectives— Captain Alexander Per
forms the Ceremony—The Happy
Young People Now Honeymooning.
Madge Dawson is now Mrs. Richard
son. Captain Alexander, that sad sea
dog who commands the gallant steamer
Pomona, married the couple on
Sunday, while on the high seas on their
way to San Diego.
Madge Dawson is a very pretty 16
--year-old girl, the daughter of Mrs. and
Dr. Dawaon of Broadway. On Saturday
night she eloped, skipped, vauaosed el
rancho, dropped out of eight, so to
speak, leaving a note to her mother,
saying that Bhe intended to select her
husband for herself.
Dr. Daweon immediately gave the
alarm to the police, and they have been
hard at work on the case ever since, but
pretty Madge and young Richardson
gave the whole force, detectives and all,
the razzle dazzle, and now the two are
honeymooning in East Los Angeles.
The police on Sunday located Madge at
the house of a friend in East Los
Angeles. The astute detective who
iound her there was adroitly bluffed,
however. Other old Sleuths were
shadowing Richardson, but he was too
much for them. The cops had no more
luck in this case than in the tug of war,
for Sunday morning Madge and her
sweetheart were at San l'edro and soon
safe on board the Pomona, and Madge
now has Captain Alexander's autograph
on a piece of paper which testifies that
she is Mrs. Richardson. Last night the
bridal party returned from San
Diego. Dr. and Mrs. Dawson did the
hard-hearted parient act, and declined
to forgive and forget, so Mr. Richardson
took his bride to a friend's home on the
East Side, and today will be at work as
usual at Nilee Peaße's store, where is a
valued employee. He made a hard
tight to win his wife against big odds
and he won, and everybody wishes them
well. His parents-in-law do not join in
that sentence yet, but they will prob
ably relent and say: "Bless you,, my
children."
TENNIS TOURNAMENT.
A Midwinter Tournament to Be Held
at Santa Monica.
A lawn tenuis tournament, under the
auspices of the Santa Monica Tennis
club, will be held at Santa Monica on
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
December 29th, 30th and Mist, 1891. A
challenge cup, together with a hand
some silver cup as an individual prize,
have been presented by the club for the
winner of the open singles, to be won
twice in order to become the absolute
property of the holder.
The following events, open to all resi
dents of Southern California, will be
contested:
Open singles (for challenge cup and
championship of Santa Monica), open
doubles and handicap singles.
Prizes have been kindly donated by
E. G. Ryan, Esq., H. Vail, Esq. anil
several others.
Players will not be defaulted after the
3 :45 train to Los Angeles on each day.
Entrances, with the fee of 50 cents,
must be sent to E. Cawston, Norwalk.
THE RELIEF COMMITTEE. «
Sympathetic Messages Received by
Chief Moore.
The committee formed to organize a
relief fund for Assistant Ciiief D. A.
Moriarty of the fire department, who
was recently so seriously injured, began
operations yesterday in the form of a
general agitation. No definite plans
have as yet been formed for the raising
of money, though many means have
been suggested. Chief Walter S. Moore
yesterday received a number of messages
of sympathy from firemen and others all
over the country, to be expressed to Mr.
Moriarty. Among them were two sub
stantial ones. One was from W. T. Y.
Schenck, agent of the Chemical Engine
company in San Francisco, who sub
scribes $50 to the proposed fund. The
other was signed John F. Francis, who
is well known for his philanthropy. Mr.
Francin announces that he lias mailed
ins check for $25.
Deals with
Mature,
In extracting fruit flavors Dr.
Price deals directly with na
ture and leaves the use of
artificial extracts to those
who have not the chemical
knowledge to extract from
the true fruit, and who care
not what they sell so long as
they can make money. Dr.
Price's Delicious Flavoring
Extracts are conceded to
have no peers in the market
and thus tiie demand is con
stantly increasing. The man
ufacturer of cheap extracts
gets all the profit there is in
the dishonesty and the gro
cer has to shoulder all the
blame.
we: have: some: more: {
OF THOSE ELEGANT j)
30HMER PIANOS
NEW STYLES IN WALNUT, OAK and MAHOGANY.
CALL AND SEE US . !<3
THE DAY & FISHER MUSIC CO. I

STEINWAY^oTsCINS^
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BROADWAY SIIISIC STORE. ceorge s. marygold,
SOLE AGENT,
YOU NEVER SAW ANYTHING- LIKE IT!
It has seven full octaves, a handsome mahogany finished caso, with French plate bevel
mirror panels, aud looks for all the world like a fine upright piano.
This new musical invention is called a,
!!
The touch isqiiick and clastic; the ree/ls so voiced SO that the most brilliant ALLEGRETTO
or STACCATO music can be executed the same as on a piano. The PEDALS, liko those of a
piano, a c straight and silver-plated, and connect inside with tho bellows by rod.-, there beiti"
no straps ro stretch or mechanism to get out of order. NEITHER IS THERE ANY COMPLI
CATED STOP-ACTION, to give trouble in damp weather: but the five sets of reeds as well as
the bass aud treble couplers are put in play separateh . interchanged or combined by tho use „f
two knee levers, at the will of the performer. We will be glad to have you call and examine
this whether you wish to purchase or not.
BARTLETT BROS. & CLARK.
12-31 m 129 NORTH SPRING ST.
Orange Land, with Water, $13.75 Per Acre.
Special Excursion to Gila Bend, Ariz., Tuesday, Dee. 15,1891.
The Cila Bend Reservoir and irrigation company of Arizona have two hundred and fifty
thousand acres of trovernraent land under their canal system subject to entry under tho home
stead ordesert land laws which can be secured at $13.7"> per acre, including a perpetual w*ter
right of one inch to three acres. These lands are adapted to the raising of citrus fruits ss well
as all other products common to a semi-tropic climate. The special committee of the United
States Senate, report No. 928, part 1, Ma. 5, IS9O, page 00, after seeing Southern California
and all the arid and irrigable regions, says of the Gila valley lands:
"Within ova uorder therk can not be FOUND a soil so uniformly fertile and so
Citable of varieo ritonucTioN cnder irrigation as tii vt of the valleys of ths Gil v s u.t
and Santa Cruz rivers in Southern and Central Arizona. Analysis of this soil sh >ws
its fertile liuahties to he superior to that of the nile earth,"
Over four thousand acres of this Gila valley land has Just been taken up by a colony of
Riverside fruit growers, which is sufficient evidence of its superiority.
For full information and pamphlets, call on or address C. W. MAXSON. General Agent
Gila Rend Reservoir and Irrigation company, No, 138 S. STRING ST,, Los ANGELES, CAL
12 O lm
Ei. H. GREEN'S COLUMN.
If Yob Want Bargains
READ THIS LIST.
Prices this week at
L. H. GREEN'S. Under Holle'ubeck Hotel.
0
Look at a few of our prices—!ooo other arti
cles space will not permit us to mention.
ff I.so—Waterbury Watches, usually for $3.50,
Warranted perfect timers.
$3—Second hand Coin Silver Watches, fine
jeweled movements. Really worth $7 to $8.
55—Waltham or Elgin stem-winding Watches.
Warranted perfect timerß. "
$B—Coin silver, new F 8. B.irtlett Watches,
usually sold for $18 This is a fine watch •
13—Heavy Coin Silver, stem-winding, Elgin,
Waltham. Spiingfieid, Hampden, or Illinois
Watches. Fully warranted aud worth from
$15 to $20.
$15—Coin Silver, second-hand, genuine E.
Howards, costing new $50. Come and see
these watches.
$11—Filled case Elgin, Waltham, Springfield
or Hampden, either ladies' or gents' size; stem
winding; all new styles. Special bargain.
$13—Lady's solid gold, 14-karats fine, stem
winder. Fully warranted.
$20—Gent's Solid Gold Eigln or Waltiham.
Warranted.
25c fo $1 50—Fine gold-plated chains, la
dies' or gents'. Will wear one to three years.
$1 to $4—Roll-plate Chains, all designs and
styles; gents' or ladies. Warranted from live to
ten years.
50c to $I—Baby Rings. All kinds and de
signs.
t7 50—Elegant metal 8-day hour and half
hour striking Clock, worth $15.
$I.2o—Seth Thomas alarm clock, the best
made; worth regular $2.50.
75c—Alarm clocks, several makes, all fully
warranted, or can be returned.
$2.os—Wooden clocks in walnut or natural
oak, 8-day, One finish; usually sold for 87.501
85o—Fine plush album, worth $1.75; elegant
line- from $1 10 $7 50; finest in the city
25c—Roll plate cuff buttons, rai'iy different
Styles and designs; also higher price in solid
gold.
15c—For the ladies, 0 elegant sti;k or bonnet
pins, set with stones, new, neat and pretty;
worth 75c.
$+.50—El»gant field glasses, with case, day
and night i;lass, usually sold for $14.
$1.55-Elegant moroeca opera glass, In case,
$1.50.
18—Fine pearl Lamier opera glass; usually
sold for $12.
$1.19-Rogcrs' best triple-plate table knives,
set of -six; tills is less than factory prices.
$1.90—0 Rogers' forts or table spoons, AA,
triple-plate and warranted,
95c—0 tea spoons, Rogers' best.
50c—Set of (i tea spoons, extra olate.
$I—o knives, forks or table spoons, all extra
plate and warranted.
25c—Child's set, knife, fork and spoon, extra
silver plated.
$I—Child's set, knife, fork, spoon and nap
kin ring, in plush box; worth $2.
10c—ISutter knives or sugar shells, extra
plate, new designs; extra bargain.
$I.3s—Triple-plate fruit dishes, sugar bowls,
piefle jars, etc
25c—A full line ot steel scissors and shears
from 4 inches to 9 inches.
50c—1000 finest steel blade knives, pearl and
tortoise shell handle, really worth from $1 to
$2.
$I—Finest hollow ground, full concave
razors; all fully warranted or can be returned;
worth $1.50 to $2 50
25c—Pocket Books and Purses Large variety.
Worth 75c.
20c—All the leading Novels of the day, bound
in linen, worth from 50c to $1. We have only
a few left.
sc—All the latest Novels of the day, worth
25c and 50c. Come at once for them. They
will soon be gone. One thousand and seven
hundred sold the first day.
5c—10,000 Combs, all kinds, bought in a job.
They are bargains at 10c.
$I.3o—Webster's large slue dictionary, fully
illustrated: no cheap book, but worth $'(>.
lc—lo,ooo pads, writing paper, scratch
books, etc . only lc each
25c —Picture frames; worth 75c.
Ami 1000 other articles at equally low
prices.
Remember we wholesale any of these goods
at reduced urices, and the inspection of dealers
is cordially desired.
We have an experienced oculistand optician,
and eyes are examined free. Glasses at lowest
prices in the city
Remember the place.
L H. GREEN'S,
513 South Spring street.
WAGNIERE
ELECTRIC & MANDFACTCRING CO.
Brass Foundry and Machine
Shop.
Machines Repaired and Exchanged.
Tool Making and Gear Cutting.
Electrical Work and Supply a Specialty.
No. 700 Spring and Seventh Street
DRESSMAKING 1
This department is under the manage
ment ol tl c most experienced and thorough
cutter and litter on this Coast. For perfec
tion of fit. style, aud oriidnilitv of design,
she is without a peer, TOURISTS can hay*
their suits made in one day's time, and be
assured of satisfaction. MOURNING suits
given special attention. Bring your own
material, or you can make a selection from
a hiirh and exclusive class of novelty dress
patterns from my stock. Prices as low as
any first-class costumer.
FURS ALTERED AND REPAIRED.
All kinds of fur work done in the house.
The only place in Southern California.
Sealskins refitted, renovated and redyel;
short notice and at very reasonable prices.
All work guaranteed first-class.
MOSGROVE'S, The Leader,
119 S. Spring St., - - Los Angeles.
CONSUMPTION
CAN * BE * CURED.
This is being verified every week in cases
treated by
DR. If. HILTON WILLIAMS
—IIY HIS—
Medicated Inhalation System of Practice.
Over 102,000 Persons treated during; the
past Twenty-Five Years from all
parts of the g;lobe.
READ THE FOLLOWING:
Dr. M. Hilton Williams—Dear oik: I have
I been contemplating for some time past making
j a statement of my case and the benefit I have
i derived from your treatment, remembering how
I glad I would have been could I have seen a one
, thing of the kind from a person in the city to
i whom I could have referred when I first earns
!to LO5 Angeles, from my home in New York
state.
I have been suffering for several years with
what various physicians in the east pronounced
"chronic ulcerated laryngitis." 1 spent con
siderable time at the Clifton Sanitarium, and
employed the best medical skill I could find,
all without any permanent benefit, Jind, a last
resort, our family physician recommended Los
Angeles. For a time I improved, aud then I
began to go backward, aud all my fomrer symp
toms returned
Through a medical friend I was induced to
try your treatment, which I did August 29,
1884. I became very much discouraged at
times, but persevered, as I felt almost desperate
.and knew of nothing e!se to turn to. My throat
trouble, being aggravated by a serious stomach
difficulty, made 11 very obstinate to deal with,
but at last, after persevering for a time with the
use [of your remedies. I consider I am perman
ently cured. If this will be of any value to you,
you are at perfect liberty to use it; also to refer
any one to my mother, my husband or myself.
Very truly yours, ÜBS, J. D. WILEY,
Corner Union avenue aud Eighth street, Los
Angeles, Cal.
To the many testimonials won by Dr. Wil
liams it gives me pleasure to add my own to the
list so highly In his favor. For nearly two
vcars I had been suffering from throat and
lung trouble, brought on by catarrh. Had tried
many remedies In the meantime, but found
only temporary relief. After two monihs'
treatment, prescribed by Dr. Williams, my
cough left mo altogether, and I now have no
pain in my throat or lungs as formerly. I can
not speak too highly of the benefits I have re
ceived and shall ever be grateful to one who is
worthy of the highest recommendation.
MISS MINNIE H. HARRIS,
Riverside. Cal.
Nkwhai.l, Cal., Sept. 22. 1880.
Dr. Williams—Dear Sin: I write to tell you
how much I thank you lor what you have done
me. My catarrh aud deafness, which have
been a burden to me for so long a time, are en
tirely cured, and my general health is to much
improved that I feel like a different person.
Thanking you again for your many deeds of
kinndess, I am, respectfully yours,
' MISS ANNIE RICHARDS.
James Wilson, Esq,, Los Angeles, late of Chi
cago, 111, says:
•'For ten years I have been a terrible sufferer
with chronic bronchitis; but with Dr. Will
iams's Medicated inhalations and the climate
of Southern California, I have been entirely re
storeel to health in three months' time."
I have seen so many cases cured that I do not
consider any case positively hopeless, unless
both lungs are in a great measure destroyed,
and even then the inhalations prolong life and
render death easy.
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D.,
M. 0. V. 8. 0., I
137 8. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.
-->}S. AKITA,S-
Manufacturer : of : Bamboo : Goods,
Wholesale and Retail.
SPECIAL DESIGNS MADE TO ORDER.
Also Dealer in
JAPANESE : FANCY : GOODS.
404 S. Spring St., Lou Angeles.
11-21 lm
PECK, SHARP & NEITZKE CO.,
Undertakers and Embalniers.
No. 140 North Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Alwayiopen. Telephone No. 61.
PEOPLE'S STORE.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1891.
———Hi——_a——
TOY DEPARTMENT.
We have a large force of salespeople ready to serve you, lake you around and
show you everything that we have on sale, give you polite and careful attention,
una assist and suggest to you in making your selections. We advise your coming
iv and seeing us this week, as next week we shall be bo rushed that it will be
impossible to give you the same care that we can now, nor will we be able to give
you the choice and collection of holiday goods.
Our basement salesrooms abound with toys of all aorta—wagons, velocipedes,
bicycles, doll and baby carriagea, buckboarda and everything in the wheel ware
for children, fine china, cupß, eaucera and platea, decorated tea aeta, exquisite
bisques, vases, cut glassware, decorated glassware, tumblers, decanters, etc., sil
verware, all aorta of games, dolle and doll paraphernalia, iron and tin toys, guns
of all sorts and everything pertaining to the household and culinary departments.
BOOKS.
SSOn the main floor of our salesroom we are abowing a large line of booka and
we are Belling them in many instances at leas than tiie cost of production. We
have over a thousand volumes of cloth hound books, consisting of novels, biogra
phies, poems, travels, booka for boya and children. The list price of these goods
is 50c; we offer them for sale at 19c. Uamona, by Helen Jackson, a favorite
Sou-hern California work, 80c. JDorc'H works, magnificently illustrated and
bound, not board covers, but cloth and gilt; each book in a separate box, making
a very handsome present, 00c. You will lind all our books wav below book store
prices. We have thousands of volumes, and they must all be'sold this month.
We do not intend to carry over a single volume, and the prices have been made
so that a speedy sale will be the result.
ALBUMS.
An exceptionally large line of plush and leather covered albums in a hundred
different stylea and designs, from 75c upwards. You will be pleaaed with our
atock and our pricea.
HANDKERCHIEFS.
We cannot do more than call your attention to our line of handkerchiefs.
Our silk handkerchiefs are kept in a separate booth by themselves; our linen
handkerchieis at the handkerchief department. We can only tell you that we
have the moat exquisite line in silk and linen, and the cheapest line for the
money we have ever had. You will have to rely on us for prices and to deal
fairly with you, for we have not the spare to enumerate the pricea. We can aay
orierly that we have handkerchiefs hemstitched, printed borders, made in Ire
land, at 5c ; and eingle handkerchiefs, one in a box, from $1 to $2.50 apiece. That
is the range of our linen handkerchief stock.
In Bilk handkerchiefs we start in at 20c and we run up to $3.60 apiece- we
say we have ttie largest, the cheapest and the most varied stock of handkerchiefs
in town. \ou want to see our 25c Bilk handkerchiefa if you want to ace a beauty.
FANS AND JEWELRY.
Our jewelry department has done auch successful business since we Lave
opened it that we have determined to keep it as a constant department in the
future. Like all others, it will grow and be much added to. All our gooda are
either solid gold, gold plated or lire gilt. We warrant the wear of them even if
the pin cost yau 25c. You can buy the gooda from us at one-half ttie price you
pay in the jewelry store, and we will guarantee everything to be as represented
or your money is at your disposal.
Our stock of nice fans runs from 50c to $10 apiece. We cannot enumerate any
special one, but we can only say that our fans, like our staples, are sold at the
same ratio of profit, and upon inspection you will find that our pricea are accord
ingly cheaper than elsewhere.
KID GLOVES.
We have just received twenty dazen of the auperior qua'ity of ladies' musque
taire glove, with a patent hook fastener, which we have on sale at $1 a pair; it ia
the beet dlove that was ever imported to this country and Bold at such a price.
Our 5-hook Foster kid gloves, not Foster patent hook kid glovea, but Foster
Kid Gloves, the only genuine Foster glove placed on the retail market by Foster,
Paul A Co., for wiiom we are their only authorized agents in Loa Angeles, on sale
during this week at $1 a pair; othera ask $1.50 for an imitation of the same glove. 1
We have a very large'stock of euede, elbow and arm length glovea in kid and
silk.
i . ,
SHOE DEPARTMENT.
We want to call your attention to our line of men's, women's and children's
shoes. Our business is growing daily, because we are collecting together the beat
makes of ladies' and gents' shoes to be found in America.
In men's shoes we carry the celebrated makes of Hanan & Son and Lilly
Brackett A Co. "
In ladies' shoes we have the celebrated makes of Curtia & Wheeler, l\ Cox
and other equally prominent manufacturers.
We will sell you men'a Hanan A Son's fine French calf shoea at $5 ; no better
shoe made at any price.
We will sell you men's Hanan & Son's finest hand-sewea, hand-welt, French
calf shoes at, $0; regular price $7.60 and $!), and that will be the price in tbesprlng.
Lilly Brackett's men's fine calf shoes at $2.50; as good as any $4shoe sold.
Lilly Brackett's men's fine French cc.lf shoes, $4.25; as good as any shoe at
$5.50 sold by anybody in this town.
Curtis & Wheeler's fine ladies' shoes, as good as made, from $3.25 to $0,50 a
pair; if any shoe does not give satisfaction we will refund tiie money.
A superb line of ladies' dongola kid shoes, in plain toe or patent leather tip,
$2.50u pair; warranted the best shoe for the money in the United States.
Ladies' Rochester made shoea, $2 a pair; while they last they are yours; this
is the shoe we have been celling at $3.50.
Ladies' all leather shoes, $1.25 a pair; this is the shoe that we have always
kept and sold as high as $2.
Ladies' patent leather tin shoes, $1.75.
Boys', children's and misses' shoea in like proportion.
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BOYS' CLOTHING.
If you want to make the boy a present of something useful and serviceable visit
this department.
Our boya'BuitB are the best that can be obtained for the money, and they
range in price from $1.50 for a union caasimere suit up to $6 50 apiece.
Our youths' auita for boya from 12 to 13 yeara of age range in price from $3.50
to $15 a suit; we have got the largeat atock of boys' clothing for the least money
in town. If the poaaession of theße qualities are meritorious, we ask your
patronage.
MEN'S FURNISHING DEPARTMENT.
A special tale of the finest line of men 'a furnishings that ever came to this
town for the money.
Extra heavy vicuna wool underwear, 75c a garment; regular $1.25.
Mixed gray lamb's wool shirts and «lrawerß, 85c; regular $1.25-.
Men's full fashioned blue gray shirts and drawers, $1.25; regulas $2.
Men's blue gray full fashioned shirts or drawers, $1.75; regular value $2.50;
these goods are full fashioned; have no seams in them.
HAT DEPARTMENT.
In our ladies' department we are Belling out all our fall atylea at a very mate
rial reduction.
Our best quality of wool felts that were $1.25 are reduced to 75c.
Our best quality of imparted fur felte that were as high as $2.50 are down to
$1.25.
Tips, three in a bunch,*2sc a bunch ;. these are worth 75c to $1 a bunch.
Ribbons, trimmings, etc., in a similar line of reduction*
In men'a hats we are making sweeping reductions in several lines to close
them out. We carry three standard gradea. One at $2, one at $2.50, and one at
$3. They bear our stamp, manufactured for ua, and we guarantee them the beat
hats for the money sold in this country.
We have a line of French fur crushers at SBc and $1.50.
A visit to our hat department, either for men, ladies or children, will prove
profitable.
We are not forgetting our dresa goods or the domestic department, but space
prevents our advertising specials. You will find them, howevor, on sale at their
respective departments.
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