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United Statea Weather Office.
Keport of ooservatlons ta&eu at Lot Anjeles
January 19,1892:
Time. I Bar. j Thai.
5:07 a. ni. 80.15 ««
5:07 p. m.|30.12j 59
Vel jVreathr
3 Cldl»i=s
3 Icidless
Xaz. torn., 71; mm. tern.. 41.
Weather Forecast.
Forecast till 8 p. m. Wednesday for Southern
California: Fair weather; stationery temper
ature; northerly winds.
The little daughter and only child of
Charles F. Wells died yesterday morn
Justice Anßtin yesterday disposed of
only three drunks, whom he fined from
|3 to $10.
For all delicacies in the fish, game and
poultry line call on the Los Angeles Fish
company, in the Mott market.
Get a new map of Los Angeles city by
subscribing for the Daily Herald and
paying one month's subscription in ad
Situations for those who need employ
ment and hundreds of bargains are
offered daily on the sixth page of the
The great money raising sale at Wine
burg's starts today. We believe this is
a golden opportunity for purchasers of
dry goods.
N. C. Johnson was decidedly happy
yesterday over the arrival of a thirteen
pound boy at his residence. Mother
and boy are doing well.
The Terminal road will run no regular
trains on the Glendale branch today or
tomorrow, owing to the work of chang
ing tbe road to broad gauge. The road
will resume business Friday, the 22nd.
Ah Kow, a pig-tailed Celestial in
broadcloth, was arrested yesterday by
Officer H. A. Rickenbaugh for selling a
Chinese lottery ticket to one Frauk
Meadows. The hearing will take place
There are undelivered telegrams at
the office of the Western Union Tele
graph company. Main and Court streets,
for James G. McMohon, W. C. Van
Sant, B. E. Jones, Mrs. B. B. Garvey,
Mrs. Violet Lewie, L. Bly, Terry Fagen.
The attendance at the meeting held
by S. M. Sayford at the Young Men's
Christian association Inst evening was
larger even than that of the night be
fore, so that the meeting was held in
the large hall. Mr. Sayford will Bpeak
again tonight.
The police commission did not hold
its regular meeting yesterday, because
no quorum was obtainable. Commis-
sxoueis Lewis and Shatto were present,
but Captain Mackey is still ill, Com
missioner Snyder is in North Carolina,
and Mayor Hazard was out collecting
subscriptions for entertaining the press
club excursionists.
John Collins appeared yesterday be
fore Justice Austin on a charge of bat
tery. This person was implicated in
tbe assault committed in a First-street
lodging-house by one Carrer on a man
named Kinney. Carrer and Collins
threw Kinney but oi his own bed. Col
lins yesterday was fined $30, with the
usual alternative.
Officer Theodore Roberts last Sunday
morning at 2 o'clock saw a man riding
down Spring street on a bicycle. Sud
denly the individual alighted, threw
the machine into the middle of the
street, and ran away. The officer cap
tured the vehicle and brought it to the
police station, where it still awaits an
owner. It is a tine Victor machine and
entirely new.
The examination of candidates for
appointment to a cadetship at West
Point, to fill the vacancy caused by the
resignation of Charles R. Willoughby,
will be held at San Diego barracks,
Maich Ist. Congressman Bowers haa
nominated Choteau Loringof San Diego.
There ia also to be a second candidate,
who will be examined and appointed in
case of the failure of the firat named
candidate to pass. Those posaeaaing
the qualification can present them
selves on ihe date mentioned and the
one shown to be the best qualified upon
examination will be appointed the sec
kind candidate.
Dr Godfrey Beaumont.
Special attention given to treatment of
catarrh of nose and throat, bronchitis and
all lung troubles; also all dlsea«os of the eye
aud ear. Office, 138% South Spring street.
Notice to the Public.
Lacy Manufacturing Co. and Puente Oil Co.
The general business offices of the Lacy Manu
facturing Co. and Puente Oil Co. have been
removed from corner of First and Spring
streets to rooms 1 to 4, Baker block, North
Main street.
When you waut a nobby hat, go to the Los
Angeles Hat Co., 119 North Spring street.
R. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone 165.
W. C. Aiken, architect, room 12 Burdick
block, cornerSpdrig and Second Btreets.
0. (J. John .-(in, notary, has removed to 213
West First street, opposite old office.
Railway companies antagonize ticket brokers,
but Anthony Bchwamm. 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 206 N. Spring street.
Temple block.
B. tc S. Homoeopathic Cough and
Croup Syrup will surely help you. Try i\
Mibs G. Hood of Sault Ste. Marie,
Mich., is stopping at the Hollenbeck.
Jacob Zimmerman and Miron Brun
nell of Duluth, Minn., are at the Hoff
Mrs. Gilmore and daughter of Fari
bault, Wis., are registered at tbe Hol
Mr. and Mre. D. G. Bricker and Mies
May Baldwin ot Butte, Mont., are at
the Hollenbeck.
Mr. S. M. Cliff, a well known business
man and Democrat of San Francisco,
ia in the city and thinka of remaining
Mr. and Mra. J. M. Torrence are re,i
iatered at the Hoffman. Mr. Torrence
ia local freight and passenger agent of
the Wabash line.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fairchild of
Winnipeg are making a trip through
Southern California and are registered
at the Hollenbeck.
D. McCool, ex-general manager of the
Santa Fe, who haa spent aome time
traveling through Europe, has returned
and is stopping at the Hollenbeck.
F. W. Arnold, Hartford; Mr. and Mrs.
E. M.Allen, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. BcbnlU,
St. Paul; William F. B. Bowler and
daughter, Mies Kate Raymond, New Or
leans, are guests of the Bellevue Ter
race hotel.
F. H. Lowe has just returned from a
business trip to Kurope. Mr. Lowe was
gone two months, and during that time*
inspected the beauties of several of Eng
land's prettiest cities. Mr. Lowe also
struck the great fog so much waß writ
ten about. He Bays that a Califoruian
does net know what a real fog ia until
he has been in London. Mr. Lowe also
put in a few days at Paris.
Lieut. Henry McCrae of the Baltimore
ia paying his brother, the major, a visit.
He is endowed with the good looks of
the family to a marked degree. He will
remain here for a few days. Those who
miss the major from his accustomed
place in the Farmers and Merchants
bank will understand that he is showing
his younger brother around the City of
the Angels. Lieutenant Henry McCrae
has no hesitation in saying that Uncle
Sam's naval armament on the Pacific is
amply able to cope with our bumptious
little neighbor, Chile.
The Charge for Riding Between South-
em Pacific Depots.
The Southern Pacific company has,
within the past month, put a new rule
in operation which will probably be of
interest to the public. It was formerly
the custom for the company to carry
any and all travelers free between San
Fernando, Commercial street and the
Arcade depots, but under the new rule
every passenger between those points is
now charged 15 cents.
The rate is from San Fernando street
depot to the Arcade or vice versa, and
the same amount is charged either to or
from the Commercial street depot.
General Hewitt stated yesterday that
the rule was necessitated by the large
number of boys principally, whj had no
cause for riding on the cars but did so
only because of it being free; but that
the principal cause was that a number
of youthful thieves made up the daily
crowd of free riders, who would go
through the cars and steal any article
that had been left by the passengers
and then jump off the train, dodge
up some street and escape.
Joseph Nelson Badly Injured oa Mon-
day Evening.
An accident occurred on Monday
night on one of the electric cars on
Flower street that came near ending the
life of Joseph Nelson, a carpenter re
siding on Sherman avenue, near Free
man street. Nelson, in attempting to
gain the platform of a car while it waa
in motion, waa struck by the car and
knocked senseless. He was picked up
in this conditio.! and removed to his
residence, where Dr. Clarence B.
Dickson, of 1139 West Washington
street, was called in tt» attend the un
fortunate man, who was found in a bad
condition. One of bis shoulders and
one of his hipa were dislocated, and he
was suffering other bodlljf injuries. Dr.
Dickson stated last evening that Nel
son's injuries were not necessarily fatal,
but he was a badly battered up man,
and he had a miraculous eaoape from
As Staple aa Coffee.
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is as
staple as coffee in this vicinity. It haa
done an immense amount of good since
its introduction here."—a. M. Nordell,
Maple Ridge, Minn. For sale by C. F.
Heinzeman, 222 North Main street.
Another Suicide.
This time it's the man that bought bis lumber
before he got prices from the Willamette Lum
ber Co., ludoudo Beach.
We have a speedy and positive cure for
catarrh, diphtheria, canker Jrtouth and head
nasal injector free with each bottle. Use it if
you desire health and sweet breath. Price 50c,
Sold wholesale by Haas, Baruch & Co.. and all
retail druggists.
They Burglarize the Boyle Heights
The safe crackets got quite a let of
booty from the branch postoffice in
Boyle Heights, on Monday night. The
office is kept by H. C. Worland in his
drug store in the brick building opposite
the First-street house. When he vis
ited his place this morning to open it,
he found that it had been entered by
burglars, and that the safe, which is a
small one, had been blown open, and
the contents, amounting to $50 in cash,
$100 in stamps and several registered
letters, had been pocketed by the
Unfortunately tbe thieves omitted to
leave any clue as to tbeii identity, and
there is little chance of their being
Uleera Form — Hospitals and Doirtora
Useless—Crazed With Pain—Cured
ojr Cuticura Remedies.
A boat eight years ago I wrote you from
Wilkes-b.rre, ra , describing how your wonder
ful remedies com pi. igiy cured me of a tesrible
case of eczema or eaU rheum. I must now tell
you what i.uticur-a Remedies have again dove
• unaai/inn naw uuiit;
for ne O tho 22d of last
September, i bad tbe misfor
tune to bruise my leg and I
pnt a piece of sti "king piaster
'on it. Insi eof a week {.had
a terrible leg. My wife he
•ame frightened, und advised
me te go to a surgeon. I went,
and. doctored lor two months,
but ao good was done me, be
sides costing me big money.
■My leg by thiß time formed
| int»an and go', worse
I every day. i could not stand
lit any longer, and made up
'my mind to go to a hospital
' iv) mi mi Ki> i«w ■& uua^iiDi
and see if I conM be helped. 1 went to several !
here in the city, in turn, but none could do me
any good. I had a terrible leg, with a bole in
it as big as a dollar, and pain that almost set
me crajsy. I got seared about rt, and deter
mined to try Cutic»ra Remedies. I obtained
a set. and inside of five weeks my leg was
hea'ed np as well as it ever was, except the
terrible sear it left for a temiuder of what wis
once a terrible sore leg. These Remedies are
worth their weight in cold.
JOHN THIRL, 243 E. 93d St., New York.
The new Blood and Skin Purifier and greatest
of Humor Remedies, internally (to cleanse the
blood of all impurities and poisonous ele
ments, and thus remove the cause), and Cuti
cura, the groat skin cure, and Cuticura Boap,
an exquisite skin beautifler, externally (to.
clear the skin and scalp and restore the nairi,
speedllv and permanently cure every species
of itching, bnrning, scaly, trusted, pimply,
s rofnlou-anii hereditary disea»es and humors,
from infancy to age, from pimples to scoiule.
Sold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 50c;8oap,
25c: Resolvent. |1. Prepared by the Pottbb
Deug and Chemical Corporation. Boston.
for "How to Cure Blood Diseases,"
0/panes, SO iiluvtraiions and 100 testimonials.
T) T Yf PLES, black-heads, red, roagh.chapped
L 1 ill and oily skin cured by Cuticvba Soae.
pains, back aohe, weak kidneys,
«IbjM" rheumatism and oh eat pains reliev
tfflf, ed in one ralnate by tho Cuticura
MB Anti-Tain Plaster. The first and
only ia4ta«taa*»u V—* Killing
The Day 4 Fisher Music Co.
By the p?culiar mechanism, and the material used in the construction of the interior of tbe
lhstrument, the
Is so stringed that it has GREATER VIBRATING POWERS than the ordinary make and at the
same timn possesse-i the governing features which enable the pert inner to produce the SOFTEST
MELODIES, and yet tone< which are FDLL and ROUND. It is claimed by the most Intel.igeut
and competeut of the musical profession that ia VOLUME, FULLNESs. ARTICULATE DIS
POW J£R, to©
Is accorded a prominent place in the ranks of high and fine grade pianos.
The only Institution in Southern California making a specialty
of Diseases of the
Specia ists in Private and Chronic Diseases of Men and Women.
Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilis and Urinary
In connection with our treatment we give Turkish and Medicated
' Baths to patients free. Examination and consultation without
6* Permanently located at 230 Sonth Main street, over
Hammam Baths, Los Angeles.
An Officer of the Baltimore Compares the
Navies of the Two Nations—'Work of
the Naval Eureav. of Investigation.
Lieut. Henry McCrea of the United
States steamship Baltimore is visiting
his brother, John McCrea of 73& Bouth
Broadway. It is six years since he was
in Loa Angeles, and he waa also here
twenty yeara ago. He is astonished at
the vast improvement of thia city. A
Herald reporter called upon him last
evening. He is a fine-looking gentleman
and a typical naval officer. In the course
of the conversation the lieutenant, said
mucb of general interest. "Comparing
the naval strength of Chile and America,
the former ia decidedly the weaker," he
said. "We could put as strong a fleet
aa they have in Chilean waters inside of
three weeka. Their ships, as a rule,are
old, ami tbey are armed with the old
type guns. Tbe ehipa of their new navy
are inferior to oura, both in ordnance
and apeed. At present their dependence
is on tbe battery of the Esmeralda
and the two new crniaera just out,
the President Pinto and President
Errazuriz. Both are of modern build
and are armed with canet guns. One
was built in England and tbe other in
France einee the late disturbances.
They were ordered by tbe Balmaceda
government and as yet neither haa done
any government service. Neither one ia
aa large as the Charleston.
"The forts in tbe neighborhood of
Valparaiso are mounted with sotue guns
of tnodsrn manufacture, bat are such
short leagth thai they conaaiand but a
very liraited raage. No other port on
the esast of Chile has any
battery to speak of. It is thought
in naval circles that if an attack were
made that it would first be begun on
Valparaieo. The officers of the naval
intelligence bureau have complete plans
for tbe Vransportatioa of men, arms and
ammunition and are prepared with per
fect plans of attack on all ports of Chile.
"My opinion of the theory thatveßsels
have left Valparaiso under sealed orders
to defend'the straits of Magellan, ie, that
it haa a meager foundation, on the
ground that there is no telegraphic com- ,
inunication between the straits and the
governraent alt Valparaiso.
"Togiveyotaan idea oi the enthus> J
asm on the war question, it will be only !
necessary to state one little incident.
Many of the sailors of the Baltimore, i
whose time of enlistment lias ex
pired, have all req,ues*ed permission
to go hack on the vessel in the event of
any trouble, bo that, the government will
not lose- th» benefit of their two years'
experience at the guns."
Lieutenant McCrea has been on the
Baltimore for the-.past two yeara. He
waa fermesly on board tbe Peneasola,
and waa on the Shenandoah until; she
was taken out of eoniHtisaion. The Balti
more was at Gibraltar when instruc
tions, were received to proceed to Chile,
and the trip was naade in faster time
than ever before by a steamer. Lieuten
ant MeC:?ea will return to duty en Fri
Newipaaen i ndorse.
"Bdncat r« are certainly the greatest bene
factors of the rrwe,and after readim; Dr. Frank
lin Milea's pi>pular works, cannot m p declar
ing: ufm to be astern? the most ent. rlainine and
edneatn g author-.."—New York Daily. He is
noil a stranger to our resders, as his ad vert I se
re ent appear in our columns i» every issue,
calling attention to the 'act th«s his elegant
wtorir on Nervous and Heart Diseases is d s
tlbnte'l free by ou enterprises: druggist fj.
H Hance. Trt»l botties of Dr Mile's Nervine
; are given away, als • bookof letthnonlalsshow
ing that it is v equaled for ue'vous prostra-
I tion, headache, poor memory, dizziness, sleep-
I leanness, neuralgia, hysteria, tcs, ipilepty.
The quickest, time and best eorvice
from Los Angeles to the east is made
by the Santa Fe route. The equipment
not excelled. Tourist sleeping-car ex
cursions, with gentlemanly agent in
charge, through to Boston, leave Lob
Angeles every' Thursday. Information
concerning time and routes to all eastern
cities cheerfully furnished at ticket
office, 129 North Spring street, or at
First street station.
Tbe Klntracht, 188 N. Hpiing Btreet,
U the place to get the Auheusc r-Basch St.
Louts Beer on draught Klug up telephone
487 or 816 for the celebrated buttled beer.
Beet aad oheapeet In market,
Jimmie Jenifer ia trying la grippe.
Mr. Granger haa his new bouse about
ready for the roof.
Mr. Frank Edmiston is the new clerk
in the Maclay store.
Mr. C. A. Hansen, who has been con
fined to his bed for some time by inju
ries received at the Tehachpai wreck, is
Willie Burr, youngest son of John
Burr, had his foot quite badly smashed
in a well-boring machine while driving
tbe team on Saturday morning.
The Good Templars lodge gave an
entertainment and oyster supper on
Friday night Miss Finnejr of Los An
geles rendered several very fine selec
The A. O. U. W. lodge held memorial
services in Harps' hall on Monday
evening. Speeches were made by Rev.
Brown, Colonel Hubbard, J. Harps and
Mr. C. W. Haw%, who has been book
keeper for the Maclay & Maclay com
pany for over four years, has) resigned
bis position on account of an affection
of his eyes.
The Be«emore,
i No. 416 W. Sixth Btreet. facing pajk. Pleas
ant rooms, good board, and a comfortable home.
(Rates; $1 to $2 per day. Special rules for
families. . •
If You Are Looking for a Home.
Ot want to invest in any class of real property,
or 11 you have property to sell, see Burlshard Si
ODea, 103 8. Broadway Tel. 611.
Dr. Parker, dentist, formerly of Third and
Broadway, has removed to 145 North Spring st.
The Cnnard steamer Pavonia, which
sailed from Liverpool'Jannarv 7 for Bos
ton, was towed in to the latter port
Tuesday morning with a broken shaft.
\&nllla A Of perfect purity.
Lemon - or grant itrangth.
Almond I Kconor!li,intris!!;,uso
Rose etc.-! Flavor ra delicately
and ddlelowsrly ns *h« frosh fruit,
' This department ia under the manage
ment ot tl c most experienced and thorough
i cutter and fltteron this Coast. For porfec
. tion of fit style, and originality of design,
she Is without a peer, TOORIKT3 can haw
their suits made in one day's time, ftad be
assured of satisfaction. MOURNINt} suits
given special, attention. Bring your own
material, or you can make a selection from
a hlcrh and esclupive class of noveloy dress
patterns front my stock. Prices as low as
any first-class costumer.
All kinds of fur work done in 4he houße.
The only place in Southern California.
Sealskins refitted, renovated aad rodyed;
short notice and at very reasonable prices.
All work guaranteed first-class.
MOSGIOVE'S Cloak and Suit House,
11» 8. Spring st, - - Los Angeles.
Headache, Neuralgia, or any indication of the
above, take
W. H. JUENGBR, Agent,
112 lm 129 N. Main street.
Undertakers and Riuaalmers.
Ma. 140 North Main at., Loa Angelas, OaL
Always open Talapkeaa Mo. •!.
item f cu " ed . from ?»r many that we deem worthy of your considera
™"? a P er " 9 . al - No s™» ln *he cou ?try « more anxious to do business, to en-
Nrge its usefulness and to quote yon the very closest prices than we. Through
.'resenting you with the best of merchandise at the lowest possible mice we hone
to merit a continuance of your confidence and patronage poBBlDle pnce ' We hope
We will offer today special a line of striped
camel's hair clotu efteet-i, with long camel's
hair in the stripes, an all woo: material, the
very latest creation; you will And th.se very
cheap dry goods.
Melrose cloth, 42 inches wide, all wool, 49c
a yard; repriced from tl; they are plain goods
with a watered stripe lunuLnr through them;
one of the newest ai d handsomest of mate
rials, and at th s price should merit excep
tional favor
The very latest thing in dress wear are Bed
ford corduroys; the demand has been so great
that the New York market is bare; weaic show
ing them today in extra heavy quality at 75c
a yard.
Hiack novelty dress goods, with a Bedford
cord weave intermixed with figures and scrolls,
in all wool goods 40 to 44 inches wide, of the
very finest quality, tl a yard.
Our line of coloied surahs at 75c a yard, spe
cial today, is worthy of your Inspection
Wchavebevond doubt the best values in
dress xoods at 45c, 49c, tbat have
ever been exhibited to this public; an inspec
tion results in a purchase 99 cases out of 100.
Does your boy need a new suit? if he does,
our stock appeals to yon; repriced and lower
than eiei for quality.
Boys' striped and check union cassimere
suits, from 4 to 13 years of age. tl 50 and
$1.75; worth t'2; not the price of a cottonade.
Boys' striped, checked or plain suits, ages 4
to 14 yexrs, $2.50, *?.75, $2 95 andt3.
100 styles of boys' all wool cassimere suits,
for school or dre'S purposes, $3.50; ages 4 to 14:
Boys' gold mixed all wool cassimere suits,
Boys' dark mixed cassimere suits, ages 4 to
14, $4 50 *nd $5.
Boys' gray mixed all wool sui s, $4 25.
Boys' extra fine corduroy suits, $4.50 and
Youths' brown and fan mixed invisible
plaid suits, $5.50, ages 12 to 18.
Youths' -cotch tweed suits, all wool, $0.25;
dark mixed with an invisible plaid, ages 12 to
It) years.
Youths' gold mixed invisible plaid suits,
-.7 9-1; ages 12 to 18 years.
Satinette suits, striped, well made and nice
appearing, $3.75, ages 12 to 18 years.
Men's wool hats, in crusher shapes, at 50c
Men's hats, in derbys or soft for hats, $2.50;
repriced from $4.
Boys' hats, 45c, 65c and 75c.
Man's wool overshlrts repriced to 75c, 85c
and $1,
Mju'B embroidered night shirts repriced to
Broken line ef men's gray underwear, in
shirrs only, 35e; repriced from 50eand 65c.
Boys' ali wool sMrt wvists, in solid colors,
elegau ly made, 95c.
Boys' fa«t colored percalo shirt waists. 30c.
Men's linen collars of the celebrated Coon
and Anchor brands, S%c.
Men's Anchor cuffs, a pair.
Speelal offering in men's extra weight, nat
ural gray merino underwear, 50e.
An extra quality white merino undershirt at
Buperfine natural gray merino underwear at
*'hlte wool, natural gray, or medicated scar
let wool underwear, best value we have ever
presented $1.25; rep IqedfromST. 50.
Men's all wool gray «carlet or white under
went-, other values equally as good if not bet
ter than those mentioned on sale in onr store.
Men's neckwear at 25c; a new line just re
Men's nec'iwear at 49c; repriced from 75c; if
we can only get jon to come in and see what
we a«e talking about, we know, that we will
serve you, and you will find a great saving in
your purchases.
HananA Son's men's fine French calf shoej,
Goodyear welt $5 a pair.
Hanan & Son's pa ent leather, hand welt,
hand made shoes, perfect beauties, artistic
footwear, $7 a pair; sold all over the United
States at $8.
The best men's $3 shoe in the world, Lilly
Brackett & <;o's make.
Ladies' shoes repriced today to $3, embracing
F. Cox Curtis A Wheeler, Ingalls & Son and
other fir t-class makes-
Ladies' line French dongola kid sho n s, with
patent leather tins, the latest toe, $2 50 a pair.
A special sale of patent leather tip, $3; shoes
made for us by Viegard, Laneslow & Curry; re
priced to $4 because we are closing them out.
Rochester made shoes for ladies at $2 a pair.
Chi.dren's school shoes, sizes 5s to Bs, sole
leather tips, $t a pair; 88 to lis, $1.25, and 12s
to 2s, $1.50; we can save yon money on shoes
: and give you a superior article.
1 __
Bisqne ngores, fancy decorated odor bottles
and figures, 10c, 15c and 25c.
A few colored etchings aud engravings left
at $2.50 and $3.
A large sized hammered trays at 25c.
steel corkscrews, all steel, 10c, or wooden
handles 25c.
Decorated cuspidors at 25c.
Thermometers, i,ocand 25c.
Clothes brushes, 25*
Hand brushes, sc, 10c, 12V£c and 25c.
Polishing brushes for boots, without dauber,
50c, 75c and $1.
Plated silver topped sugars, 3 9c.
Halters for horßO, 35c.
Carriage whips, 25c, 35c. 450. 65ie, 75c and
Lead blown tumblers, thin glass, 70c a dozen.
Lead blown engraved and banded tumblers,
73c a dozen.
Goblets, 00c. 75c and 85c a doqsn.
Goblets, banded and engraved. $1 a dozen.
Glass butter dishes, sugar spoon holder and
creamer sets, of four pieces, 35e, 45c, 50c and
160 c.
Cut glass sets, 65c.
Kngraved glass sets, 90c.
Decorated dinner sets, made by Boote of
England, $13 a set.
Tin pane, sc, t%o, lOc. W/ic apiece.
Tin coffee pots, 15c. 17c a*d 19c.
Full stock of agatewareatid woodenware just
received: piicei the very lowest.
Fu l line of toys, velocipedes and wheel ware,
cutlery, silver-plated kalves and forks and
other ware.
Now is the ti»?e for our cloaks to disappear.
We are selling ladles' lockets trimmed with
mtuk or astrakhan in black or *ray, at $7.30
that during t c season were $13.50.
We are Belling Indies'shawi collar and lapel
Jackets at $8 that during the season were
ranged from $12 to $15.
We are selling ladies' jackets, fur trimmed
shawl collar and lapels, at $10 that during the
season were $15: we have th.se iackets in our
snow window, and if the prices marked upon
the garment will not. appeal to you as being
cheap for qu.Jity, we are at a loss to know
when merchandise is sacrificed,
Ladies' 5-hook Foster kid gloves, $1 a pair;
we are the only authorized agents for the cele
brated Foster kid gloves in Los Augeles.
Foster genuine 7-hook gloves. $1.25 a pair
Baritz dog skin shopping or driving gloves,
98c a pair
Ladies' kid gloves, with cuff wristband, the
very latest novelty In kid gloves. $2.50 a pair
Ladies' cashmere gloves, 25c, 35c and 50c.
Wool felt hats, this sea«on's shape, at 25c ant
50c; former price $1 aud $1.25/
Ladles' French fur felt hats, newest, neates
shapes, $1; repriced from $1.75 and $2.50; al
our millinery sock has been very much re
priced; our bird stock will be sold at 25 pc
cent off of marked prices.
Children's books. sc, 80, 10c, 12c and 20
for small children; were double
Books for b iys and girls, 25c, 28e. 82c, 40
48c and 60c: repriced fully 25 per cent; a
our book stock, which is now located in tl
millinery room, has been very much reduce
In price from beginning to end: anyone i
search of nice reaoinir matter will find he
an exceptional opportunity as with the a
rival of our spring stock of millinery the bool
go down in our basement.
Hood's and Joys' sarsaparilla, Warner's sa
cure and nervine, Pierces go.den 'medical d
covery, Swift's specific, Kennedy's medical d
covery, Pierces pellets, Carter's little liv
pills, Simmons liver regulator, Dr. Kocl
►arsparilla, .nd all the leading and celebrat
patent medicines for sale at this department
ent prices. Quinine pills, 2 grains 100 a d<
glycerine and casiile soapsof vail<>us odors,
a cake or 6 for2sc: Palm's oil, honev.oatme
white lily, glycerine or almond meal' soaps, 1
or 3 for 25c these are extra fir:o milled toi
soaos; No. 4711, white rose, 50c a box; Cam
castile soap, 15c a cake or 80c lor half doz<
Freeman's perfumes, all odors, half ounce b
ties, 25c; Lundborg's, Lubln's, Lautiers' p
fumes, all at cut prices: saponaceous dentil
the finest for the teeth, 15c; Bandoline fort
hair. 15o; sargi's flue Vienna made soaps, 5
and 25n a cake; Pears' si.aps in all qualities
cut prices: full stock of Colgate's in t
ognes, toilet waters, soaps, dentifrices, etc ;
of Pinaud's goods in o.lors, washes, Quini
Tonique for the hair at cut prices bay rt
half pints, 19c imported rose water, 250; s
ccrine lotion, 25c.
Ladies' plain white hemstitched hsnd!
chiefs, sc, B!ic- 10c, 15c, 20a and 25
Ladies' printed bordered handkerchi
hemstitched, sc, BUc, 10c, 12Uc, I
200 and 250
Ladies' open worked handkerchiefs, p!
white, 7\4c
Ladies' corded bordered, 10c and 15o; n
Ladies' white embrMdered handkerch
10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1
Ladies' white silk embroidered hand
chiefs, 25c, 45cand 50c,
Men's white silk handkerchiefs.hemstitc
extra large size. 50c.
Men's superfine colored bordered, prints
woven borders, extra fine quality of Japa
silk handkerchief', 75c
We cannot enumerate each item; we
only commend this line to you as beini
cheapest that we have ever presented.
We have on sale a line of Isdies' sup
angora fancy ca>bmere under vests, silk 1
and silk stitched, pearl buttons, at 65c a
repriced from H
Ladles' white jersey ribbedj high nee!
long sleeved vests, extra heavy quality,
fronts, plain pearl buttons, silk sti chlng
ribbonaiound the neck, French yoke at
We will merely call your attention 1
85c, $1, $1.25 and $1.50-line of corsets,,
we contend, and you will find, to be th
value for ihe money shown in this co
our corset trade his improved by reason
superlative values; we can give you
value up to $5 apiece in imported cosssts
Lace curtains, yards losg, $1, $
Silk chair throws, 50e.
Printed pongee curiaining3, new pa
just, received, 10c and isc.
Chenillep rtiers, $0.50. $7.50 and $8 a
Smyrna rugs, 33c, 60c, $J,.2&aud $1.95

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