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LOS ANGELES HERALD United States Weather Office. . 11 ' I'll ' 1 I. I . f .. . . .... .: ■ Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, December 17.1891: H'm 70 69 i~ Wd|Vel Weathr NEI 3 Oldless 8W| 1 Cldless a. m. p. m. Max. tern., IU; mm. cam.. 43. NEWS NOTES. Do not forget the silver sale at 215 South Broadway closes tomorrow night. On Saturday night the great silver sale closes at 215 South Broadway without fail. Do not forget. There are several streets in the center of the city which are regularly cleaned in the day time, much to the discomfort of passers. Jerry Illicit, our enterprising restaur anteur, believes in encouraging home in dustry. He oilers $14 a dozen for capons. Now where are our chicken farmers? The funeral of David Lewsley took place yesterday morning. Mr. Lewsley was a newspaper man of note who came here in the hope of benefiting hia health. He came too late. You will be late if you wait any longer than tomorrow night to get your Christ mas presents at the great half-price sil ver sale at 215 South Broadway. Posi tively the sale closes this week. Owing to the illness of Judge Clark the Cohn case, which was to have been resumed yesterday morning wag con tinued to the 2lst." The judge is sufier ing from an attack of la grippe. Tiie Lem Vow perjury case will go to the jury today. Lem is charged with swearing falsely in the Wong Ark mur der trial. His case has been going on in department six since the 9th inst. The name of William Foran, the op eratic tenor, who wa9 advertised to sing a solo at the Logan Post W. R. 0. fair in Turner hall last evening, was used with out any authorization from Mr. Foran. Tonight the Pasadena chorus of 100 voices will greet Los Angeles at the Simpson auditorium. A special train on the Terminal will arrive at 7 o'clock, bringing in the chorus and a large num ber of Pasadena people. The old dime museum at IKS North Main street has been leased by Trice's Original Georgia Colored Minstrels, com bined with Prof. Hamwell's trained animal show. They will open next Sat urday night for one week. Judge Shaw yesterday dismissed the writ of habeas corpus in the case of Mrs. Lavinia EL Harris, who was de clared insane by a commission on Satur day last. Mrs. Harris was remanded to the custody of the sheriff and will be taken to Agnew asylum. Mr. Jameß Ryan, alias "Chimmy de Tough," sneaked a pair of trousers from the front of a Main-Btreet clothing store, where they were displayed for the edifi cation of the passers by. The man and the pants were caught in the act, and yesterday the unfortunate Ryan was sent up for 180 days, it being impossible for him to pay the alternative, a fine ol $180. Papa Sehurtz has received from the leader of the Ladies' Hungarian orches tra the following telegram : "Please for ward money for funeral expenses of late 'cello player." Papa immediately for warded $200. The company will leave New York tomorrow in a special Pull man car, and the first concert will posi tively take place on the evening of the 2(Sth of December. Justice Austin yesterday called in his court the case of Reuben Daniels, who is accused of arson. Daniels, it will be remembered, several weeks ago set fire to his mistress's clothing in a room on First street, and jumped out of a second story window, breaking a leg in the fall. He has consequently been confined to a cot in the county jail under surgical at tendance. Justice Austin, upon learn ing of Daniels's inability to appear, went to tbe county jail and there ar raigned the defendant, fixing the pre liminary hearing for Thursday, January 5. 1892, at 9:30 a.m. For sale, tine driving and draft horses, \ /•hoice milch cows and thoroughbred ilolsteiu bulls. Bonito Meadows, Wash ington street. J. E. Durkee. K. I). List, notary public. Legal papers eare f.illy drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone 105. i !. 0. Johnson, notary, has removed to 213 West First street, opposite old otllee. Railway companies antagonize ticket brokers, but Anthony Sehwunini, the responsible Asso ciation broker, will guarantee every ticket and save you dollars My motto: "Square Trans actions and Reduced Rates vs. Arbitrary Ry Hates. Office, 200 and 200 N. Spring street, Temple block. PERSONAL. R. S. Chapman went to San Francisco yesterday. Scipio Craig, the rubicund rustler of Redlands, is in the city. Martin Marsh, the railroad builder, is confined to his home by la grippe. Mr. and Mrs. Whittemore of Wash ington, 1). 0., are visiting Southern Cal ifornia. Miss J. B. and Miss Franc Recce, prominent Chicago society ladies, are in the city. Frank Weeger and John Norlon. two Uhieago merchants, are spending a few weeks at the Hollenbeck. County Clerk Ward, who has been quite sick with la grippe, was at his oflice lor a short time yesterday. .Move G. Norton, the managing clerk in the law office of Hon. D. M. Delmas, has just returned from San Francisco af THE PASTEUR HOSPITAL CALIFORNIA BRANCHiI- MAKE A SPECIALTY OF DISEASES OF Skin, Sexual Organs, Syphilis and Piles. The most obstinate and disfiguring diseases of Skin cored in 30 da;;. , r ,. a , ed Immediate relief from unnatural, acute and chronic FUessue '™ t of Loss Of Manhood aud Seminal Weakness easily, qu^klj-and permanently . urea, out ol town patients iaooessloUy treated by correspondence. Sacredly confidential. THE PASTEUR HOSPITAL, Permanently located at 230 S. Main St., Lo* Angeles, orer Hammaui Batha. THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18 1891. ter an absence of two years. Mr. Nor ton intends to remain in Los Angeleß. Mr. and Mrs. William Gale of Chi cago are in the city. Mr. Gale is a large drug dealer in the world's fair city. Douglas White, of tbe business depart ment of the San Francisco Examiner, ia in the city again, successfully engaged in Btirring things up. "DOC" BAIR'S DUCK. It Rides on a Locomotive and Bathes in the Tank. "Doc" Pair, who handles Southern Pacilic engine No. 261, while between Tehachapi and BakersSeld a few days ago, noted a very peculiar incident. As the engine was rattling along a big mal lard duck was seen flying close to the tender; it kept this position for several miles, and Doc and his fireman indulged in much speculation as to what was the meaning of its peculiar action. "I believe that bird wants water," at last said Doc to the fireman ; "get over there and open the manhole to the tank." The fireman did so, disclosing the water in the tank on the tender, a matter the duck quickly' took cogni zance of, for it dove into the tank and swooped up its bill full of water and let it trickle down its parched throat for several minutes. It then dove and splashed, and had a regular frolic in ita big bath tub, aud gave itself a thorough pluming. When it had completely re freshed itself, it floated quietly for a short time, and then flew away. How did that duck know that there was water in the tank? AMUSEMENTS. Tonight Goodyear, Etlitch it Schil ling's minstrels will play at the Los An geles theater. On Monday Dan'l Sully will open a week's engagement at the Los Angeles theater. He will give The Millionaire and a new play, The Story Teller. Spoiling a Good Fight. A recent sermon of the Rev. T. De Witt Talmage has this glowing passage : When Cromwell's army went into bat tle he stood at the head of them one day, and gave out the long-meter dox ology to the tune of "Old Hundred," and that great host, company by com pany, regiment by regiment, battalion by battalion, joined in the doxology : Praise Goil from whom all blessings flow , Praise Him, all creatures here below; Praise Him above, ye heavenly host. Praise Father. Son and Holy Ghost. And while they sang they marched, and while marched they fought, and while they fought they got the victory. It seems a pity to destroy fa good story, but chronology is very despotic. Oliver Cromwell died in 1058. Bishop Ken, who has always been credited with this grand doxology, was born in 1637, and was then, therefore, only 21 years old. Hymnologists gives 1697 as the year in which Bishop Ken wrote the doxology as the last verse of his morn ing and evening hymns. This would place the composition about half a cen tury after Cromwell's last battle in the civil war, and some forty years after his death.—(Christian Enquirer, A New York paper says: William Steinway, the millionaire piano maker, may be chosen to fill the place on the Democratic national committee made vacant by the resignation of Mr. Oelrichs. As a millionaire and a piano man Mr. Steinway may be expected to produce a few notes. Man seems to have been on this con tinent a long time, and has left his mark even in the trees of the forest. In a Michigan tree, sixty feet above the ground, a human bone has been found imbedded in the wood. A New Book Deal. Ten thousand books wanted. Exchange your old books for nice new ones. Our holiday books aud novelties are the best selected stock in city. We buy, sell and exchange. Eclectic Book Store, corner Second and Main. California Novelties. Orange wood placques painted in every de sign at Mrs Burns', 256 South Main street. Frank X. Engler. Piano maker,tuner and regulator,3lG W.Second. Tourist Headquarters is the Bellevue Terrace hotel, corner sixth and Pearl streets; cable cars direct to house. The Bellevue Terrace is now opeu under new management and has D9ea refurnished, carpeted, painted, papered and decorated tiirouguout. Has more sunny rooms, wlthopeu grates, free btthsaud electric bells, of any hotel in i.os Angeles. Ba'es, $1.25 to $2 per day: special rates for the winter or permanent guests. C. W. Stewart, proprietor. Dr Parker, dentist, formerly of Third and Broadway, has removed to 145 North Spring at. CHRISTMAS! GET YOUR PRESENTS AND -JiSAVE: MONEY ! X— You can get articles of the highest degree of elegance and of PERMANENT USEFULNESS AT THK GREAT Half-Price Silver Sale —ON AT 215 SOUTH BROADWAY. The Sale Closes Saturday Night. bi;y now. I DO U WANT A I Jewsharp, Harmonica, Ocarina. Piccolo, Flageolet, Bugle, Fife, i Accordion, Flute, Cornet, Guitar, Banjo, Violin, Mandolin, I Clarionet. Bass Viol, Piano Stool, Spread, Book, f An Organ, LJpriLTllt Piano. grand" piano? You will find everything in the music line at lowest prices aud ou reasonable terms. THE DAY & FISHER MUSIC CO., - Los Angeles, Cal., The larges* and most complete Music House in Southern California. STEIN WAY & SONS' _s; p I A N O S ! BROADWAY MUSIC STORE. George s. marygold^^^ The Favorite of Madam Patti! Kingdoma have flourished and gone to decay, Imperial heads have been crowned for a day ; Monarcha have ruled and then passed away ; But unlike a forgotten and uncrowned king, A Kimball Piano its own praises sing. Let envy protest, there is no other name Like Kimball for merit and well-earned fame. Please notice the moral above illustrated, Invest in the best to be highly elated And thoroughly satisfied as below stated. Not a customer ever unhappy you see Once owning the best —acknowledged to be — So purchase a KIMBALL of B. B. & C. For Sale only by BART LETT BROS, & CLARK, 12-31 m 129 NORTH SPRING ST. Orange Land, with Water, $13.75 Per Acre. Special Excursion to Gila Bend, Ariz., Tuesday, De 0.22, 1891. The Gila Bend Reservoir and irrigation company of Arizona have two hundred and fifty thousand acres of government land under their canal svstera subject to entry under the home stead ordesert land laws which can be secured at $13.75 per acre, including a perpetual water right of one inch to three acres. These lauds are adapted to the rsising of citrus fruits as well as all other products common to a semi-tropic climate. The specia' 'ommittee of the United States Senate, report No. 928, part 1, May 5, IH'JO, page GO, after seeing Southern California and all the arid and irrlgabl- regions, says of the Gila valley lands: "Within our border THiiim can not ph found a son. so uniformly fertilk and so capable of varied ckodfction under irrigation as that of thk valleys of thsi gila, salt and Santa Cruz rivers in Southern and central Arizona, analysis of this sou. shows its fertile llualities to be sui'buior to that of the nllb 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 Bend Reservoir and Irricatiou company, No. 13S 8. SPRING 8T„ Li>B ANGELES, CAL. 12 H lm L. 11. GREEK'S COLUMN. If You Want Bargains READ THIS LIST. Prices this week at L. H. GREEN'S. Under Hollenbeck Hovel. Look at a few of our prices—looo other arti cles space will not permit us to mention. $I.so—Waterbury Watches, usually for $3.50, Warranted perfect timers. $3—Second-hand Coin Silver Watches, fine jeweled movements. Really worth $7 to Igl $3—Waltham or Elgin stem-winding Watches. Warranted perfect timers. ' ' _ $B—Coin Silver, new P 8. Bartlett Watches, usually sold for $18. This is a fine watch; $9— Heavy Coin Silver, stem-winding, Elgin, Waltham, Springfield, Hampden, or Illinois Watches. Fully warranted and worth from $15 to $20. . . . _ $15—Coin Silver, second-hand, genome K. Howards, costing new $00. 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 Elgin or Waltham. Warranted. 25c to $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. Warrauted from five to ten years. , , 50c to $I—Baby Rings. All kinds and de signs. . , , , .. $7.50— 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 65—Wooden clocks in walnut or natural oak, 8-day, fine finish: usually -.old f»r $7.50. Bse—fine pluih album, worth $l.7."»; elegant line iroin $1 to 57 BOi finest In the city 25c— Roll plate cuff battons, many different styles aud designs; als , uigtter price iv solid R °lsc—Foithe ladies, 6 elegant stijk or bonnet pins, set with stones, new, n jal and pretty: 1 worth 75c. $4.so—Elegant field glasses, with case, day and Dtght glass, usually sold for $14. $1.85— Elegant morocco opera glass, in case, $1.50. 16—Fine pearl L&mler opera glass: usually sold for $I*. , $I.4o—Rogers' best triple-plate table knives, set of six; this is less than factory prices. $I.l)o—<i Rimers' forks or table spoons. AA, triple-plate and warranted. 95c—Ii tea spoons, Rogers' best. 50c-Set of (i tea spoons, extra plate. $1-6 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—Butter knives or sugar shells, extra plate, new designs; extra bargain. $1.35— Triple plate fruit dishes, sugar bowls, pic»le jars, etc 25c—A full line ol steel scissors and shears from 4 inehea to 9 iucbes. 50c—1000 finest steel blade knives.pearl and tortoise shell handle, really worth from $1 to $'-. $I—Finest hollow giound, full concave razors; all full'warranted or can be returned; worth $1.50 to $2 50 25c—Pocket Booksand Purses. Large variety. Worth 75c. , 20c—All the. leading Novelsof tJI«- day, liound in linen, worth from 50c to $1. We have only a few left. se—All the latest Novels of the day. worth 25e and 50c. Come at once for them They will soon bo gone. One thousand and seven hundred sold the first day. 5c—10,000 Combs, all kinds, bought in a job. They arc bargains at 10c. $i!3o—Webster's large size dictionary, fully Illustrated: no cheap book, but worth $6. lc—lO.ooo pads, writing paper, snatch hooks, etc . only lc each 25c—Picture frames; worth 75c And 1000 other articles at equally low prices. Remember we wholesale any of the*,, goods at reduced prices, and the Inspection of dealers is cordially desired. We have an experienced oculis: and optician, and eyes arc examined free. Glasßcs at lowest prices In the city Remember the place. L H. GREEN'S, 213 South Spring street. WAGNIERE ELECTRIC k MANUFACTURING 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. mcKSS.II A KING ! This department is under the manage ment ot tl c most experienced and thorough cutter and fitter on this Coast. For perfec tion of tit. style, and orivinalltv of design, she is without a peer, TOURISTS can have 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 high and exclusive class of novelty dress patterns from my stock. Prices as low as any first-class costumer. IDU ALTERED AND REPAIRED. All kinds of fur work done in the house. The only place in Southern California. Sealskins refitted, renova'ed and redyed; short notice and at very reasonable prices. All work guaranteed first-class. MOSGROVE'S, The Leader, 119 9. Spring St., - - Los Angeles. A CHRISTMAS PIG FREE! Anyone purchasing $20's worth of meat be tween now and Christmas will be given s fine young sucking pig. Tickets given to each purchaser. I desire the public to know that not at any time have I entered the MEAT POOL. Flrßt quality of meats of all kinds, both fresh and salted, including sausages, at bedrock prices, viz: Roast Beef 7c to 10c Lamb Chops 10c Boast Fork 10c, Boiled Beef.... 4c to 6c Roast Veal 10c'Corned Beef 6c Roast Mutton, legs 9Uc;Salted Pork, sugar Steaks 7c to 10c cured 10c Cutlets . .10c to 12' j'c Leaf Lard 10c Pork Chops ioc Leaf Lard cooked ia Mutton Chops 9c! cans 10c Ham, Bacon and all kinds of prime cuts of meats retail at wholesale prices. Delivered free of charge in any part of the city. F". LEVY. 202 AND 204 E. FIRST ST., LOS ANGKLES. 12-0 lm PONY STABLES. \ First class Turnouts at Reasonable Rates. 216-218 Rcquena street, below U 8. Hotel. 11-21 lm BRIGHT & SPRINGER, Props. Prices low for spot cash, or will sell on install ments. 4(5 1 SOUTH SPKING BTHEET, Between Fourth and Fifth Streets. Telephone 984. P. O. box 1921. 7-21-tf Painless Dentistry. Fine Gold Fillings. 1 rown and Bridge Work. fIMRM. iSNkV All operations pain 'ilefft - W less. %0 __mm l*f_\ SET TEETH, $8.00. mm & sons, (l/iaSriX *f i'l lie, 107 K. SPRING ST. JgL GREAT MUSEUM OF ANATOMI ____WL 1051 Market St., Nan Francisco. FjMW\ <bctw« en Cth and ', ti Sts.) n w (lo and learn how wonderfully v wig, si mnilc ami how to avoid ||w| V sickness and diseases. Museum M II with thousands of new ft Q olijccts. Admission 25 cts. Private Office, 211 deary St. Diseases of men: stricture, loss ot man hood,diseases of tbe skin and kidneys quickly cured without tbe. use of mercury. Treatment personally or by letter. Bend for book. I PECK, SHARP & NEITZKE CO., Undertaker* and Embalmers. No. 140 North Main Bt., Los Angeles, Cal. Always open. Telephone No. 81. PEOPLE'S STORE. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1891. HOLIDAY DEPARTMENTS. The wise merchant takes time by the forelock, improves his opportunities as they come, and waits not until they are passed with keen regrets. We are anxious to make a clean sweep of all our holiday novelties. With this end in view we will make it interesting for you if you come in and purchase them between now and the holidays. BOOK DEPARTMENT. We will give a rebate of 10 per cent on all the marked prices 'of our booka in order to move our mammoth atock, with the exception of Ramona, which we are selling at 80c a copy, and Dore's gilt bound booka, the list price of which is three or four times our price, and the quotations today on them are 70c apiece. You want to get in early because we have not a very large stock of them, and book sellers are buying them up on the aly. Our booka for children range in price from 3c apiece up to $2.50; aa we only carry books during tho holiday month thia reduction ia made at this time in order lo make a clean sweep. TOY DEPARTMENT. We have hammered down the pricea on our toya so as to make a clean sweep here. Although we carry toys, still we want to give an impetus to this atock, and show you what can be done all year round. You will rind ours the largest, most varied and newest stock of toys in town. (We have no old shop worn goods car ried for two or three seaaons which we could not Bell at any price on account of their being too high priced at first and shopworn at last.) Our basement is sell ing a raft of stuff, but we think that with the reduction in price that we have made we can double our sales and dispose of a great many goods between now and Christmas. At any rate before making your selections in the line of dolls, games, wagons, bicyclea, tricycles, wheelware of all descriptions, cuos and aaucera, tea sets, doll Bets, after dinner sets, coffee sets, fancy bieques, oi which we have aome very beautiful designs, at about one-half the ordinary price, silver, household fur nishings, crockery and chinaware. Please give our departments an inspection. We have some very fine, choice goods. A line of after dinner seta variea in price from $6 to $12 a act; they are of the very flneat decorated china, some real gems of art, and goods that heretofore you probably did not look for iv our stores. SHOE DEPARTMENT. We have a very extensive and elaborate line of men's fancy holiday slippers in plush, velvet, goat, grain, alligator, French calf, American Russia and other tine leathers. Our prices,are more than reasonable, and it is the -best line in this country. We need not say more for our regular stock of men's, ladies' and chil dren's shoes. You are aware of our prices aud the quality of goods we carry. FANS AND LACE TIES. If you are thinking of making a present for the holidays, we will call your at tention to some exquisite fans that we have just received by express, and also aome fine band run Spanish lace ties from two to three and one-half yards long, aud range in price up to $10 apiece. JEWELRY. Bear in mind that our jewelry department has a varied assortment of solid gold, gold plated and tire gilt jewelry of all kinds, and the prices are extremely low. You can make a very handsome present from this department with very little money. They range in price from 25c up to $5.50 apiece. We warrant every article sold in this department. Its success has been so phenomenal that it will be carried on as a distinct department hereafter during the entire year. LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. We carry single handkerchiefs done up in cartona for Chriatmas presents in prices as high as $2.50 apiece. You will rind here some beautiful work. Our handkerchiefs for ladies and genta range in price from 5c upwards. We have the finest and best line of handkerchiefs and cheapest for the money that ever came into our house. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS. In eilk handkerchiefs our work is really exquisite, the quality superfine, and the price lower than ever at any Christmas during our existence. Several months ago we purchased the stock of an importer at less than importation prices. Any handkerchief sold and not satisfactory money will be refunded. Thia iB the con fidence we have in our goods and the way we sell them. We have a separate booth for silk handkerchiefs, and you can find silk embroidered handkerchiefs from 20c up to $3.50. Some veiy exquisitely embroidered handkerchiefs in mull from 75c to $2 apiece. We urgently request au inspection of our handkerchief stock, as we know we can do you good and save you money. CLOAKS AND PARASOLS. A most useful present is a cloak, of which our stock at preeent abounds in very handsome designs. At $10 we give you a very handsome cloth jacket, with lapels and collar of black fur; a garment that cannot be matched in Ods town for the price. We have had people travel all over this town in every cloak department and cloak house, and then come back to us and buy our garments. This ia the best evidence of the truth of what we say. Our line of cloaks at $12.50, $15, $17.50 and $22 are perfect beauties, and a saving to you of fully one-third on each garment. We are willing to give you your money back after you have bought ours if you can find anything in town that suits you better. We have a line of very fine parasols and rain umbrellas, in gold, silver and oxydized handles, all at the very lowest price considering the quality. A line of carriage parasols ranging in price from $2.50 to $0.50 apiece; aleo a very suitable holiday gift. HOSIERY. To come down to more ÜBeful presents, our hosiery department offers you in silk, lisle, wool and cotton hose inducements to make selections for Chriatmas. Ladies' black hose, stainless and seamless, at 18c a pair. A line of ladies' full fashioned black hose, warranted stainless, at 25c a pair. A line of ladies' full fashioned black hose, stainless, three pairs for $1; best value that we have ever sold at the price. Ladies' black wool bose, in prices 25c, 35c, 45c and 50c; each one the best value for the money obtainable. ALBUMS. Like our books, we are anxious to dispose of an immense atock of albums we have on baud. From and after thia date up to Christinas we will give you a dis count of 10 per cent on all our albums in order to get a move on them. We are selling them very rapidly at the regular price, and there ia no need for this dis count, but we desire to sell them out clean. We have a very choice line of fancy boxes, manicure sets, toilet sets, and a very exquisite line of pocket books, bags, purses, etc. We have marked .these goods to be pre-eminently the lowest in town. You will find a very large assort ment, very choice goods. Pocket books as high as $10 apiece, and in proportion they arc as cheap upon the cost as those we sell for 25c. Handsome mouchoir sets, made of silk, hand painted, highly scented, in a variety of designs and special low prices. DRESS GOODS. In our dress gooda department we arc offering you special values to move our line of pattern suits; goods that were sold at $25 we have marked down to $12.50. <k>ods that were sold at $20 a suit we have marked down to $10. We have made a very stupendous reduction iv all our novelties in dress goods ; and if you want to make a present for the holidays you will find this department will treat you well. Likewise with our silk, satin and velvet departments; our stock ia very large, and our prices are very low. GLOVES. Oar glove department is another feature that offers you inducement to make purchases at present. 10 button length mousquetaire gloves, that were formerly $1.75, are now marked down to 75c. Ladies'mousquetaire dog skin glovea, 8 button length, $1 a pair; something, entirely new. Ladies' 8 button length moueqrjetaire glovea, better quality, at $1.25. The genuine Foster kid gloves, $1. All grades of the Foster kid gloves, in all colors and qualities. Ladies' driving gauntlets, very superior quality, in all shades and sizes, $1.78> a pair. DRUG DEPARTMENT. Our drug department also offers inducements for holiday gifts. In fancy bot tles filled with colognes, exquisite mirrors, comb aud brush Bets, exquisite odone of perfume, all the leading makes and brands, all sorts of powders, creams, liquids, everything known to the art of beauty and the fair sex to be found here at less than regular pricea; triplicate mirrors and mirror backed brushes, a great variety in stylea and designs; plain bottles for fancy work in a variety of designs. GENTS' FURNISHING DEPARTMENT. Our gents' furnishing department comes in for a small share of what you> can contribute to your gentlemen friends. We are making a sweeping sale in gents' neckwear, and starting the prices at 12>ie for one line, another for llic, third for 20c, fourth line for 25c, fifth lime for 35c, sixth line at 50c, and seventh line at (55c. Our line of gents' fancy holiday suspenders , embroidered and plain, is ex quisite beyond mention. In fancy hosiery, embracing cotton, wool cashmere, merino, lisle and silk, we have an extra choice assort incut. In glovea, underwear, overahirts, laundered and unlaundered shirts, our stock ia large, and our prices-in keeping with the other departments. BOYS' CLOTHING. Here iB a department that you want to become familiar with. It is the largest aud most complete in town, and with its size, it is the cheapest. We sell yon a good suit at $1.50, made of union caaaimere, for boya ages from 4to 13. We are sure you cannot do within 50eas well anywhere, and our stock ranges in price from $2, $2.50, $li, $3.50, and rising 60c up to $(>. In youths' clothing for boys from 12 to 18 years of age, our suits commence at $3 50 and run up to $15 a suit. You can Bee from the stack of clothing that we have on hand that we are doing business, or we would not carry such a stock. Our prices are right, our goods are better, and the satisfaction that you will get. will be best. HATS. Drop in and Bee our hats. For men and boya we can do you good. We call your attention to our lines of $2, $2.50, $3 and $3,50. They are all made for us. We warrant each hat, and for the price we guarantee that you oannot duplicate it anywhere. A. HAMBURGER I SONS.