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LOS ANGELES HERALD United States Weather Office. aeport of observations usen at Los Angelei, December 21,1891: Ther. a. 44 56 [Tt Max. tern., 00: mm. tern., 40. NEWS NOTES. Turkeys, choice and fat, at Mathews Bros.' 149 S. Los Angeles street. Mathews Bros., No. 149 S.Los Angeles Btreet, have fat California turkeys. Thomas De Suza, a native of Portugal, was admitted to citizenship yesterday. No eastern but live fat turkeys at Mathews Bros.' commission house 140 S. Los Angeles street. No sale was ever so successful as the auction of silver going on at the corner of Spring and Second. Mr. M. 1\ Herzog, of Vienna Bakery, has removed his colored waiterß and put in place of them white girls. Dr. Lindley has made arrangements for a good time on Christmas eve for all the reform school children. L. Thorn, yesterday received his com mission as deputy supreme ranger of the order of Foresters for the state of Cali fornia. Judge Vnn Dyke was too ill to hold court yesterday, and continued all his cases one week. Judge Smith will pre side in department four the balance of the week. Cesaria Navarro, a 15-year-old girl who had a fancy for the society of im moral people, was yesterday committed to the leforni school at Wtnttier for a term of two years. The general committee having charge of the Moriarty benefit, will meet at 7 o'clock thia evening at the chief en gineer's oflice, at the city hall. All are requested to be present. Ah Ting, otherwise known as Ah Chung, was sent to jail yesterday for 120 days, for stealing a lot of gunny-sacks down on Alameda street. The jolly Ah was arrested by Oflicer JJevan. Argument in the case of William F. Steack, who is charged with attempted murder, was concluded late yesterday afternoon. Judge Smith deferred his charge to the jury until this morning. •Judge Wade yesterday made au order in the divorce case of Hunt vs. Hunt directing the defendant, \V. E. Hunt, to pay $25 per mouth alimony to Mrs. Hunt aud also attorney's fees and costs. Hundreds of easterners visited the chamber of commerce yesterday. A carload of excursionists from Nebraska on their way to Ontario visited the ex hibit and were delighted with what tney saw. In the case of the United States vs. Wolters et al., stockholders in the Fruit vale winery, to recover revenue tax al leged to he due the government, the jury found a verdict for the plaintiff for *15",712 CO. Deputy Marshal Charles M.Jenkins arrested Pablo Dieces for selling liquor to Indians at San Bernardino. United States Commissioner Van Dyke com mitted him to jail and set bis examina tion for January 9th. It was a lively time yesterday at the great auction sale of silverware, comer of Spriug und Second. About half of the goods were f old for less thau one-halt their value. Sale continues at 2 p. m, and 7 :o0 evening today. The Painters' union will hold an open meeting tonight, in Labor hall, coiner Los Angeles and First streets. Dr. 11. P. Peebles will deliver an address, his subject being, Why All Workingmeu Should Be Mationalists. Half the goods at the great auction sale of silverware were disposed of yes terday. The prices are so low and Ihe goods so fine that they were highly ap preciated. Sale continues :t 2 p. in. and 7 :30 evening today. In Justice Owens's court yesterday afternoon three cases of drunk and four of vagrancy were summarily disposed of. John Hughes and John Mitchell, the two colored gentlemen who indulged in fisticuffs Sunday night, were also brought up. Hughes was discharged and Mitchell was lined $10. John Emofenon was tlirown from his wagon on Saturday and sustained a frac ture of tho skill 1, from which he died. Dr. W. E. Reed issued a death certifi cate, failing to give notice to the coroner. Yesterday an inquest was held. Emmerson owned a fruit shop at the corner of Washington street and Ver mont avenue. How soou the people learn where goods are sold cheap. The sale suc ceeds if the goods are of fine quality. That is why the sale of elegant silver ware, corner of Spring and Second, is so lively. The honse is crowded all the hours of the sale and goods are bid oil' every second. Sale continues at 2 p. vi. and 7 :30 evening today. The hoy Downing, charged with steal ing turkeys, waa arraigned yesterday be fore Justice Owens. He plead guilty, aud will be sentenced to Whlttier re form ecbool today. The youngster ad mitted to the officers yesterday that his father encouraged him to steal, and started him out early in tbe morning to make the raids. The elder Downing is Still out of the city. Arrangements have now been perfect ed by which tourists can make a five weeke' trip from Los Angeles to Hono- Tlii'ii and the wonderful volcano at a total cost of *225. This includes hotel and other necessary expenses while on tbe islands for three weeks. Parties contemplating an ocean voyage would do well to call on or address Mr. Hugh R. Bice, agent of the Oceanic S. S. Co., 124 W. Second street, Los Angeles, for full particulars. The gentlemen interested in the suc cess of the coming citrus fair will meet ibis morning at 10 o'clock at the cham ber of commerce. There will bt- a food representation from all over Southern California. It it to be hoped that River side will be represented this year. C JB siderable business in connection with tbe citrus fair will be transacted. All the preliminaries will doubtless be ar ranged. The outlook is very favorable for even a more successful fair than the one last year. I. 0. Tonner, the attorney who recently sprang into notoriety and caused considerable excitement at Po mona on account of his operations in that locality, was arrested in this city last night and locked up iv tho station THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22 1891. aa drnnk. Tonner, it appears, had a lively timeof it during the afternoon and took possession of a horse and buggy be longing to Haas.Baruch & Co., in which he took a drive about the country. The owner of the team thought his outfit had been stolen and reported the case to the police. Tonner hauled up at the station early in the evening in company with a man whom he had hired to drive him. No Cash Required. New sehettjp! 10,000 books wantod! Ex change your old books for new ones. Our now holiday books and novelties are the best select ed stock in this city. See prices. The Utile Book sto o, corner Second nnd Main street, near Catholic cathedral. For sale, fine driving and draft horses, choice milch cows and thoroughbred Holstein bulls. Bouito Meadows, Wash ington street. J. E. Durkee. R. D. Ust, notary public. Legal papers care fully drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone 105. 8, G. Johnson, notary, has removed to 213 West First street, opposite old office. Railway companiea antagonize ticket brokers, but 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, iitflce, 2t)o and 200 N. Spring street, Temple block. .PERSONAL. L. H. Maxfield, a St. Paul capitalist, is in the city. Detective A. B. Lawson arrived in the city Sunday night for a short stay. VV. T. Richardson, a prominent stock man of northern Arizona, is in the city. P. B. MoGovern, a prominent New Yorker, has apartments at the Hollen beck. H. Phillips and family left for San \ Francisco yesterday afternoon, en route ; ior Honolulu. j General Manager K. H. Wade, of the i Southern California railroad, leaves to j day for Chicago. J. H. Carpenter, secretary of the board of commissioners of Arizona, is booked at the Hollenbeck. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Carter of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hooker At . wood, New Haven, Ct.; Mr. and Mrs. Ellis, Mrs. Hudson, Calgary. Canada, I and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott, Toledo, 0., registered yesterday at the Hol.cn j beck. First Annual Hall Given by Arrowhead lodge No. 233. Brother hood of Railroad Trainmen, at the pavilion, iv Han Bernardiuo, Thursday (Chitalmas Eve), December 24, 1891, tickets $1, including rail road fair to nnd from !.rall. Tickets eau be se cured outratnjor at A. L. Newbauer's, 124 S. Spring st. _______ Are you Buffering from nny ailment, sickness ordisease? No matter wnat Its name, whether of r-ceut origin or loug standing, whether febrile or iulUmmatory, internal or external, male, female or child, go and consult free ot charge Dr. T. B. Thiele, lUJ N'jrth Main street. I He will cure you by his new treatment. A CLEVER CAPTURE. Officer Purvis Neatly Runs Down a Crook. The detectives of this city are making some clever captures, although the vis iting cracksmen are getting in their line I work occasionally. Last night Officer Purvis made one of the clever catches which characterize the work of the po lice of late. Two or three days ago a I carpenter in Pasadena left hia tool-chest lin the building on which he was em ployed, when he lelt at night. The next morning upon his return he was surprised to find that bis tools had dis appeared. There was good reason to suppose that the thief had gone to Los Angeles to dispose of his booty, and the police here were notified of the loss, The detectives soon fixed their suspi cion on a man named J. G, Ripley, who had been noticed watching the new build ing. Ripley belonged to Los Angeleaaud as soon as the theft oi the tools was an nounced the police kept an open eye for him. It was ascertained that he had a lot of blankets, a valise and some extra clothes at a place on First street usually ! known as "Jack's." The person who keeps that place was notified to hold the thief if he put in an appearance, and to send word to police quarters. Thiß was done yesterday aiternoon, when Ripley with rare nerve showed up at the First street place. Sergeant Jeffries at once went down to capture the thief, but the people below were not courageous enough ! to hold Ripley. Last evening, however, the foolish amateur crook sent a greenhorn named Stewart to First street to call for his clothes aud blankets, and Stewart was promptly arrested. The prisoner was at once found to be not the thief, and Detective Auble went out with the stool-pigeon to look for the original crook. Ripley waß not found, but in the mean time he went over to First street himself to tind his blankets and valise, Of course he ran right into tne arms of Officer Purvis, and is now safely locked up in the city jail. ltellevue Terrace. 'tourist Headquarters is the Bellevue Terrace hotel, corner cix'.h and Pearl streets: oab'e cars direct to house. The Bellevue Terrace is now open under new management and has been refurnished, carpeted, painted, papered and decorated througnout. Has more sunny rooms, with open grite;, free b mis aud electric bells, uf any hotel In Los Angeles. Ua'es, ?1.25 to taper day; special rates for the winter or permanent "guests, c. w. Stewart, proprietor. Christmas Trees. For lale, 4 fine assortment of pl»e Christmas trees; also choice fruits candies an uuU, at Ludwig .v Wagner's, Mott Maries. California Novelties. Orange wood pUcquea painted in every de llgn at Mis. Hums', 950 South Main street. Gorgonzola Sage and English Dairy Cheese AtH. Jevne's 130 And 13S N. Spring. Frank X. Engler, Piano maker, tuutrr and regulator, 316 W. 2d st. Dr. Parker, dentist, formerly of Third and Hroadway, has removed to 145 North Springst. As a preventive I>r. Henley's Celery, Beef and Iron lias no equal. Use German Family Soap, '. " WORTH A GUINEA A BOX." i % Just dizzy! There is a prcs- * c> I VS sure on the briun, owing" to f 5 (-"J V 'hffl a i logging of the system. j KmBEECHAM'Sj ! yr) PILLS I I i l remove the obstruction j ? *"Ar~.. : and permits the vital funi-f ftlons to act naturally. They rare ♦ $Nlck Headache, and all Blllou. an.l % J Stomach. Indlee.tlon, Couatlpatlon ♦ c and Disordered I.lver. j t Of all druggists. Price 25 cents a box. J J vv V ork De put J^!__^i_^,g m j I I DO U WANT A | Jew-sharp, Harmonica, Ocarina, Piccolo, Flageolet, Bngle, Fife, I Accordion, Flute, Cornet, Guitar, Banjo, Violin, Mandolin, Clarionet, Bass Viol, Piano Stool, Spread, Book, An Orgran, Piano, grand" piano? You will find everything in the music line at lowest prices and on reasonable terms. *■■ THE DAY & FISHER MUSIC CO., - Los Angeles, Cal., : The largest and most complete Music House in Southern California. f) STEINWAy"& SONS' -*PIA N O S ! BROADWAY MUSIC STORE. George s. marygold The Favorite of Madam Pattil Kingdoms have flourished and gone to decay, . Imperial heads have been crowned foi a day; Mcnarchs have ruled and then passed away ; ' But unlike a forgotten and uncrowned king, A Kimball Piano its own praisea 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 o'ice owning the best—acknowledged to be— So purchase a KIMBALL of B. B. & 0. For Sale only by BARTLETT BROS. '& CLARK, 12-3 lm 129 NORTH SPRING ST. Orange Land, with Water, $13.75 Per Acre. Special Excursion to Gila Bend, Ariz., Tuesday, Dec.22, 1891. The Gila Bend Reservoir and irrigation company of Arizonn have two hundred nnd fifty thousand acres of government land under their canal system subject to entry under 'he home stead ordesert land laws which can be secured at ¥13.7") per acre, including a perpetual water right of oue inch to three acres. These lands are adapted to the raising of citrus fruits as welt as all other products common to a serai-tropic climate. The special committee of the [Tutted. States Senate, report No. 925, part 1, Ma, 5, 1890, page <>0, after seeing Southern California and all the arid aud irrigabl * regions, says of the (Ilia valley lands: "Within ouk border thhp.k can not bk focnd a soil so uniformly fertile and so capable of varif.d production under irrigation as that of the valleys of till! gila, salt and Santa Cruz rivers in southern and central Arizona, analysis of this soil shows its fertile qualities to he superior to til it of the nile earth " Over four thotisaud acres of this Gila valley land has just b°eu taken up by a colony of Riverside fruit growers, which is sufficient ev'denoe of its superiority. For full information and pamphlets, call on or address O. W. MAXSON. General Agent Gila Bend Reservoir and Irrigation company, No. 13S S. SPRING BU„ LuS ANGELES, CAL. VI ii lm -3 CONTI N UED K THE * GREAT * AUCTION * SALE SILVERWARE! fc- Corner Spring and Second streets, commencing 2 p.m. and 7 :30 evening, today. Selections at private sale before and after auction. W. E. DE GROOT, Manager Pacific Loan Co. -);TH c: " PASTEUR " HOSPITAU(- SOUTHERN CALIFOHNIA IiKANCH, / j Permanently located at 230 S. Main St., L»s Angeles, / / over Hamuittin Baths. \V ' '•ij ~ ' Our experienced I'hysiclanß andSuTgjonsmake a specialty of .1 Private null Chronic lMst-ast-s of either sex, such as J,L / X ftrlcture. Varicocele, Bladder, Kidney, Liver ami fl X. Stomach trouble. / LOSS OF VIGOR OP MEN, SEMINAL WEAKNESS and all .V* ,| unnatural drains, unfitting MAN -or- marriage and life's duties, ii ■■ i / < I easily, quickly aud permanently cured without detention from til, '/ / fV/ business. VI rl r'iy our trontment for Gonorrhoea ani Gleet is the safest snd V V Y> quickest known. 1V- ■■— V. Obstinate and disfiguring SKIN diseases a particular lr C '/ _\ specialty v ' 5>L Accommodation in the Hospital for snrglcnl patients. I'A^Viih-Jw \ Physician! not having the facilities may send their compli- W V' / rated cases to this institution, where they will receive the benefits I I dISsBIa ~ot the llitust surgical appliances and skillful operators, — / Medicines compounded in our own laboratory and free. J Patieuts treated by mail confidentially. OFFICE HOURS —9 a.m. ta 9 p.m Sundays, 10 to 1 only. PAY YOUR LICENSE. Real Estate Agents Who Forgot to Ante Up. •Warrants were issued yesterday against a number of real estate agents who have not paid their licensee. Of ihe eleven mentioned below, six were arrested and released on $5 bail each. The individuals charged in the com plaint were the following: John Coxe, A. B. Clapp, A. Bf. Hough, G. W. Vafl Alstine, A. R. Fraser, R. Zellner, jr., I). Gridley. J. I). Connor, W, P.. Barber, F. M. Springer and G. W. Counell. Mullen, Bluett <!t Co.'s overco.ts. \_gr Oysters. ""SliK There will be received from Texas on Wednesday, 23d, and dally thereafter at the Brosdwav market, the best, aud cheapest oysters ever shipped to Los Angeles. If the experiment is appreciated, the shippers are prepar-d i o bring 5000 cans daily to southern California. Blanton Duncan. Mullen. Bluett & Co.'s overcoats. IyjOSGROVE'S DRBsBMAKING! This department is uudcr the manage ment ol tl c moat experienced and thorough cutter and fitter on this (.'oast. For perfec Hon of fit style, and orivin-ilitv of design, she is without a peer, TOORIATB 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 jou can make a selection from a high and exclusive class of novelty dress patterns from my atock. Prices as low as any first-class costumer. FURS AITKBED AND REPAIRED. All kinds of fur work dose iv 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 Cloak and Suit House, 119 8. Springst., - - Los Angeles. WAGNIERE ELECTRIC & MANDPACTDRING CO. Brass Foundry and Machine Shop. Machines Repaired and Exchanged. Tool Making and Gear Cutting. Electrical Work and Supply a Specialty. No. 700 Spring aaj_ Seventh Street. I PECK, SHARP & NEITZKE CO., Undertakers and Bmbalmora. No. 140 North Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. Always open. Telephone No. 61. CONSUMPTION CAN * BE * CURED. This is hcing verified every week in rases DR. M. HILTON" WILLIAMS —BY HID — Medicated Inhalation System of Practice. Over IO?,000 rersous treated during the past Twenty-Five Years front all parts of the globe. BEAD THE FOLLOWING: Dr. M. Hilton Williams—Dkar bin: I have been contemplating for some time past muking a statement of my case and the benefit 1 have dcrited from your treatment, remembering how glad 1 would have been could I have seen some thing of the kind from a person ln the city to whom I could have referred when I first came to Loj Angeles from my home in New York state. I havo been sufTering for several years with what various physicians intheeast pronounced "chronic ulcerated laryngitis." I spent con siderable time at the Clifton Sanitarium, and employed the best medical skill I could find, all without any permanent benefit, and, a last resort, our family physician recommended Los Augeles. For a time I improved, and then I beuan to ko oaokward,and all my former symp toms resumed. Through a medical friend I was induced to try your treatment, which I did August 29, 1884 I became very much discouraKCd at times, but persevered, as I felt almost desperate and knew of nothing eIRO to turn to. My throat trouble, being aggravated r>y a serious stomach difficulty, made it very obstinate to deal with, but at last, after persevering for a time with the use tof your remedies, I consider 1 am perman ently cured. If this will be of any value to you, you are at perfect liberty to use it; also to refer auy one to my mother, mv husband or myself. Very truly yours, Mils. J. D. WILEY, Corner Union avenue and Eighth street, Los Angeles, Cal. To the many testimonials won by Dr. Wil liams itgtves me pleasure to add myown to the list so highly in his favor. For nearly two years 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 months' treatment, prescribed by Dr. Williams, my cough left ma altogether, and 1 now have no pain in my throat or lungs as formerly. I can not speak too higily of tho benefits 1 have re ceived and shall ever be grateful to one who is worthy of the hiuhest recommendation. MISS MINNIE H. HA KRIS, Riverside, Cal. Nkwiiai.l, Cal., Sept. 22. 1880. Dr. Williams—Dkah Sib: I write to tell you how much I thank you for what you have done me. My catarrh aud deafness, which have been a burden to me for so long a timo, 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 kinudess, 1 am, respectfully yours, MISS AN NIB RICHARDS. James Wilson, Esq,, Los Angeles, late of Chi cago, 111 , says: •'For ten > ears I havo been a terrible sufferer with chronic bronchitis; but with Dr. Will lamß's Medicated Inhalations and the climate of Southern Csllfornia, I have been entirely re stored to health ln three months' time." I have seen so many cases curod that I do not consider any case positively hopoless, 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. C. P. 8. 0., 137 S. Broadway. Los Augeles, Gal. PEOPLE'S STORE. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1891. You no doubt have seen some ol the crowds that have visited the People*. Store during former holiday weeks. We were then unable to cope with the volume of business presented to us; but this year we took the precaution t j provide our selves with clerical force to handle a larger concourse of people than ever before within the portals of our house. Do not be afraid to come in ; you will get waited upon and get the utmost possible attention shown. Not content with the volume of business that would ordinarily flow to us during this week, we make an extra inducement to do all the business that it is possible by offering special bargains in all our departments. DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT. We offer a line of genuine French flannels, in a variety of handsome stripes, at 05c a yard; same quality sold by us at 75c heretofore. We bought a lot of 2K pieces at a special drive. All-wool red flannels, a superior article, at 20c a yard : regular price is 25c. Flannels in red mixed and gray mixed at 20c and 25c a yard ; best value you have ever purchased within 10c of that. California red and blue flannels, extra heavy and extra fine, at 50c a yard, made by the Petaluma woolen mills. Indigo blue flannels at 25c a yard ; a regular value at 40c. Fruit of the loom muslin,full yard wide, bleached, 8c a yard ; regular pricelOc. Bleached German linens, an exceptional value at 50c a yard. 30-inch wide calicoes, best grade that is made, 6 \c a"yard; regular price is 12'^c. DRESS GOODS. We have a very elaborate line of pattern suits specially suited for holiday gifts. Silk and worsted combination suits at $3.45 a suit. All-wool fancy combination suits at $0 a suit. Exquisite novelties, in price from $12.50 to $15 a suit; goods that we started out to sell at just one-half again. 24-inch old-gold plush, if 1 a yard, extra heavy quality ; marked in stock to sell at $1.50. A line of striped and plaid wool dress goods at 25c a yard. BOOK AND TOY DEPARTMENT. Fully 3000 p'p.oplo visited our toy department yesterday, and every one came up with a package. This Is an overwhelming evidence oi WZ&i price will do. We Have a very large force of assistants to >vait on you and aid you fn making your selections. The goods that go out of tnis department show that the prices are cheaper than elsewhere in town. Ii you want anything In silverware, fancy china cups and saucers, decorated plates, coll'ee or tea service, handsome bisques', household furnishings, tinware, glassware, agate-ware, wagons, velocipedes, bicy cles, dolls' toys of all kinds, do not forget to pay this department a visit, even though you do not desire to purchase. Our book department, inspired by the reduction of 10 per cent from our marked prices, is doing a land .oflice business. We still have huiuona at 80c a copy ; Dante) works at 70c a copy ; Mrs. Al cott's works at 00c a copy ; Aldington series of 10 mos.,bound books, cloth covered, over 1000 different volumes, at 10c a copy ; the price ot these books to the trade is much more —we sold them here for S6c a copy; Stanley's story, descriptive of Africa, $1.00. You can buy your books cheaper iiom us than from any house in the town. They threw out a few baits, which we met with a stupendous cut ; but the balance of their book stock is from 25c to 50c above our prices. Remem ber, all our books must bo sold this month, no matter what price they bring, as wo only carry them during the holiday month ; it is an advertisement for ua to bring people into our stores, and profit is a secondary consideration. SILK AND LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. Wednesday morning we shall place on sale 100 dozen exquisite and elaborate embroidered lauies' silk handkerchiefs at 25c apiece. We started in with 250 dozen on Saturday ; by noon every last one of them was gone. Our stock of silk handkerchiefa is the handsomest and cheapest that have ever been sold in this town. Men's extra size pure white hemstitched handkerchiefs, 50c apiece. Men's fancy bordered extra line Japanese Eilk (not Chinese), 75c and $1; but these are beauties. Ladies' hemstitched printed-bordered handkerchiefs, sc, d}_o B} 3 c; the 5c handkerchief is as good as we have sold for 10c. Ladies' white-corded effect handkerchiefs, made in Ireland, 10c apiece; as good as we sold at 20c. Our ladies' handkerchiefs at 15c, l(l'-' :! c, 20c and 25c are lovely and very cheap for the price. We are selling ladies'handkerchiefs, richly embroidered, at 50c apiece ; this i.s the price that we got for the same handkerchief when it was imperfect—had holes in it. v Our stock of ladies' handkerchief in linen runs up from 50c apiece to $2.50 apiece ; a very large and choice line to select from. JEWELRY DEPARTMENT. If you want anything in this line consult our prices ; there ia no one that can or will sell you goods as cheap as we. 14-k. gold, gold-plated and lire gilt goods, every article warranted aa repre aented. Full line of fobs, chains, charms and ail other articles of jewelry. Prices range from 25c to $5.50 apiece. The quantity shows that our priceß are beyond comparison. CLOAK DEPARTMENT. Being sold out of our $12.50 line, we have reduced our $15 cloaks to $12.50 ; thia is a rare bargain. Gray fox fur trimmed coats at $1_ 50; cannot touch them in the cloak store at $20. An elaborate line of cloaks, handsomely trimmed with various kinds of fur, from $7.50 to $20 apiece; cost you just double in the cloak store. LADIES' UNDERWEAR AND CORSETS. We are selling a corset today at 50c that ever since we have been in business we sold for 75c. We are selling a corset today at 85c that ever since we have been in business we sold for $1.25. If it is not the cheapest and best corßet in this market for the money we will take ours back cheerfully and refund your money. Our $1 and $1.25 corsets are new ones just put in stock, and as good as any thing we sold at $1.75. Ladies' underwear; we are selling cashmere wool vests at 75c apiece. Ladies' sanitary gray wool underwear at $1.45. Ladies jersey ribbed, high neck and long sleeve wool vests, 85c; worth $1.26. This vest ia not to be equalled. LADIES* HOSIERY. We call your attention to two lines of hose that we are selling special today— one line of fast black at 25c and one line of fast black at These are full fashionea goods, warranted stainless, extra length and the best value for u> money we have ever offered. DRUG DEPARTMENT. We call your attention to our triplicate mirrors, hand mirrors and mirror brashes. Tile rapidity at which they have sold shows us that somebody el9e must be asking a great ileal more for them. Oar line of combs aud brushes— colluloid, wood and silver back —are likewise under price. Fine cut-glass bottlea filled with choice odors, all the fluest perfumes, tooth , and cloth brushes, combs, manicure sets, and all that appertains to druggists' sundries and p a tent medicines at cut prices. GLOVE DEPARTMENT. The genuine Foster kid glove in 5-hook length on special sale at $1 a pair; every pair warranted. A line of musquetaire suede kid gloves at. 75c a pair; not warranted, but our former price on them was $1.75. A line of dog-skin musquetaire gloves, with patent fastenings, at 05c a pair. ANGORA RUGS. If you want to send a beautiful thing eait, where the price is $10, cime in and buy ono of our Angora rugs, imported from Yokohoma, 0 feet long by o feet wide, at $2; we always sold them for $3 apiece. Silk comforters filled with down, also an extiuisiteJJChristmaa present,? range price up to $10. MEN'S FURNISHINGS. We received today several new lines of underwear, which are placed in stock at the most reasonable prices. Natural gray wool underwear at $1 apiece. Vicuna wool underwear at 75c apiece; regular price $1.25. Men's full-fashioned underwear at $1.25 apiece ; regular price is $2 apiece. Men's full-fashioned underwear at $1.75 apiece; regular price is $2.50. Men's Windsor scarfs at 33c apiece ; regular price is 60c. Men's teck scarfs at 50c apiece; regular price is 75c. Men's neckwear at 12 l 4c. 25c and 35c; special prices. Fine suspenders from 25c to $2.50 a pair. Fine silk lisle cotton and wool hosiery, in price from 5c to $1. Men's all-wool red underwear, $1. BOYS' CLOTHING. The price and quality of our boys' underwear, as shown in our show windows, is the most magnetic advertiser that we have. Sales have been very large. Boys' union cassimere suits at $1.50 astonish the trade. Boys' suita at $2, $2.50, $3, ami rising 50c up to $6.50. The finest grade of jersey suits made $4.75; regular price, $7.60. Youths' clothing, from 12 to 18 years, from $3 50 up to $15 a suit. Bring the bova in and see it we cannot fit them out. SHOE DEPARTMENT. We call your attention to our men's fancy slippers for the holidays, ranging in price from $1 to $3.75 a pair. A line of children's shoes, sizes 8 to 11, in dongola kid, spring heel, at $1 a pair. These are special to close. Ladies' line shoes, made by Curtis & Wheeler, P. Cox, and other Rochester makes, from $3 to $0.50 a-pair. Will save you 50c on every pair you buy. Ladies' fine dongola, patent leather tip shoes, $2.50 a pair. Children's, misses and boys' in like proportion. Men's fine French calf shoes, $2.50 a pair; regular price, $4. Hanan & Son's fine French calf shoes, Goodyear welt, $5 a pair. Hanan it Son's finest hand-made, hand sewed men's shoes, $0 a pair. In the spring these gooda will cost you from $7 50 to $0. ALBUMS. Our stock of albums is marked to go. Albums that were marked $110 are now 55c. Albums that were marked $1.75 are now 05c. Albums that sold for $2.95 are marked to sell at $1.10. Albums sold for $7.50 are marked $5. We are giving you special drives this week in every department in our house. With the view to making our sales the most phenomenal in the history of our business, we take special pride in trying to make the sales of this week as large as possible. We will do everything on onr part to induce you to spend as much money with us as you can spare. A. HAMBURGER So SONS.