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January 21. 18S2
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Hugh Brannon, a native of Ireland,
was admitted to citizenship by Judge
Shaw yesterday.
Mrs. Dr. DeVVitt, of Cayucos, died on
Tuesday. She was the daughter of Mr.
V. C. Howes of the Los Angeles National
Get a new map of Los Angeles city by
subscribing for the Daily Herald and
paying one month's subscription in ad
Lee Washington, the colored boy who
stole ft watch last Tuesday, will leave for
Whittier today on a four years' sentence
to the Reform school.
Good Will lodge No. 313, L O. G. T.,
will give a musical and literary enter
tainment at G. A. R. hall, Spring street,
near Sixth, Saturday evening.
Col. Charles B. Kavanaueh died at
Ocala, Florida, on December 27th.
Colonel Kavanaugh was the father of
Mrs. M. P. Grove of this city.
Robert Sterrett, a young man from
Pomona, was examined for insanity be
fore Judge Shaw yesterday and ordered
committed to Agnew's asylum.
The alarm at 6:25 last evening was
caused by a slight fire in a restaurant at
No. 836 South Main street. The ceiling
bad taken fire from a defective flue.
Damage nominal.
The Morley-Winne pool match, for
$200 a aide, takee place tonight at Opera
hall. La Blanche, the famous pugiliet,
will act aa referee. It is atated no en
trance fee will be charged.
John De Lancey, who stole a pair of
$22 gold cuff-buttons from E. E. Cran
dall, waa convicted of petit larceny yes
terday. Justice Owens sentenced him
to a fine of $150 or 150 daya in jail.
John O'Callaghan, the slick book
agent from San Francisco, who has been
selling a complete eet of the Dorr aeries
for $36, waa arreated last night by Officer
Roberts on a charge of drunkenness.
Mrs. E. Ferrerea, of 116 West Elmira
street, came to the police station yester
day and announced the loss of a black
English retriever. She said the dog had
"feathers" six inches long on hia legs.
On the programme of the Central W.
C. T, U. for today are a report of press
work by Miss Hunt, and juvenile work
by Mrs. blanchard. 2:30 at the Tem
perance temple. Everybody ia welcome.
Billy Schneider and Joe Benkert, who
gave Thomas Beaver a terrible beating
at the Terminal depot a few days ago,
were tried before Justice Owena yester
day. Schneider waa fined $10 and Ben
kert $20.
There are undelivered telegrams at
the office of the VVeatern Union Tele
graph company, Main and Court streets,
for M. H. (Jartwright, George B. Scram
mell, Mrs. T. Lynch, Joaie M. Holmes,
Alfred Heyerdahl.
Officer Sanford Bevin of the police
force died at 11:15 last night of typhoid
malaria at hia home No. 641 South Los
Angeles street. He was 31 years of age,
and unusually popular. He leaves a
wife but no children.
At the Y. M. C. A. tonight Mr. S. M.
Sbayford will hold the last of hie evening
meetings for men. Rev. J. M. Herve'y
will lecture on Messianic Prophecy for
the Sunday school teachers, and the
new class in shorthand will be organ
Leonie Richards, the Alameda-street
siren who waa lined $15 a few daya ago,
was yeaterday acquitted before Justice
Austin of the charge of grand larceny,
preferred against tier by one of her cus
tomers, who said she stole a $20 gold
piece out of his pocket.
The Clearwater Commercial company
filed articles of incorporation yesterday,
with a paid up capital of $1010. The
capital stock is limited to $10,000. Fol
lowing are the directors; E. M. Hamil
ton, East Loa Angeles; J. A. Philbin,
Henry W. Brewer, H. VV. McKelvey and
Morton J. Howard.,
Mrs, ,C- Cbbsulo, a widow with five
children to support, is absolutely desti
tute. She ia at present at 714 South
Workman street. Deputy Sheriff Mcln
tyre will ace that she geta anything left
at the sheriff's office or at bis home, 501
South Hansen street. The case baß been
reported to the eupervisorß.
Revival meetings of unusual interest
are in progress at Trinity church, South
Broadway. The local pastors are aided
by Bishop Haygood and Rev. Dr.
Christian, of San Franciaco. There will
be a mass meeting for young people and
children on Saturday afternoon at 2
o'clock, addressed by Bishop Haygood.
Officer Hawley at half paat 11 o'clock
last night brought into the station Tom
my Norris, an opium fiend and all
around vagabond. Norris haa been do
ing crooked work about town for
months without any direct evidence to
convict him having been secured. He
is now locked up on a charge oi va
Joseph Crocker and Gecrge W. Crock
er, otberwiae George and Harry Frank
lin, and a score of other aliasee, the
two check forgera, were yesterday ar
raigned before Justice Owens on three
n *»ars;es. The bail for each was fixed
at $4000 and $5000 in each of the
three eases respectively, making a total
of $12,000.
Justice Stanton yesterday held Chaa.
Korn and Gustav Elder to anawer for
burglarizing the residence of George W.
Hamilton at Lancaster. The men were
first taken before a justice of the peace
where the offenße waa committed, and
the court found them guilty and sen
tenced them to jail. The men were dis
charged and re-arrested aa soon as the
error was discovered. John Seigler,
who came down from Lancaster as a
witness, was also arrested on the same
charge and held to answer.
The suit brought by the county to
recover from the bondsmen of ex-Tax
Collector Plott the sum of $1336, which
amount appeared due the county, was
dismissed by Judge McKinley yesterday,
noon motion of Deputy District Attorney
Waldo M. Yorke. Since the suit was
brought Mr. Piatt has paid the county
11000 and filed a counter claim against
the county for nearly $700. The case
was to have been tried yesterday, but
tbe supervisors agreed to compromise
the matter after a consultation with
Piatt's bondsmen, and the case was then
Mrs. S. Daly will remove her millinery
store to 122 S. Spring street, between
First and Second, February Ist.
Dr Godfrey Beaumont.
Special attention given to treatment of
oatarrh of nose and throat, bronchitis and
all lung troubles: also all diseases of tho eve
and ear. Office, 138% South Spring street.
Notice to the Public.
Lacy Manufacturing Ce. 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 want 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 Burdlck
block, corner Spi Ing and Second streets.
O. O. Johnson, notary, has removed to 213
West First street, opposite old office.
Railway companies antagonise 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, office, 2uO and 206 N. Spring street,
Temple block.
Yon are apt to cough. B, &9. Homoeopathic
Cough and Crouo Syrup will cc tainly cure it.
Progress Being Made in Arranging for the
Display—Committees Appointed—Ex
hibit Notes.
Letters were received by Secretary
Willard, of the chamber of commerce,
from Congreaeman Bowers and Captain
Knight, of tbe engineers office. The
first stated tbe report of engineers on
the selection of a deep-water harbor on
the coaat of Southern California had not
been printed, and the second stated that
copies of the report would be forwarded
as soon as printed.
world's fair notes.
The Lob Angeles county world's fair
committee met in the chamber of com
merce rooms at 10:30 a. m. yesterday.
Charles Forrester occupied the chair.
Frank Wiggins acted as secretary. Tbe
members present were C. M. Wells, E.
J. Vawter, Ed. Dunham, C. A. Coffman,
F. J. Teale, Charles Forrester.
The reports of standing committees
were called for, and the committee on
citrus fruit treee and boxes for the same
reported they had fifty-five orange and
lemon treee donated ranging from 2 to
7 yeare and from five to eight feet high.
They alao reported the offers from
twelve nurserymen to furniah olives,
loquats, magnolias, guavaa, pepper,
camphor, pine, eucalyptus and other
shade trees, palms, ahruba, rose trees,
etc. They also reported favoring the
uae of tbe San Diego box for transplant
ing trees.
The committee on raieina, canned
goods, etc., reported the intention of
three of our leading fruit preserving es
tablishments of making appropriate ex
hibits at tbe fair. The committee on
display jara, etc., reported that they
were in communication with a manufac
turer, and as soon aa some uniform
design waa adopted would proceed with
ordering the jara.
A communication was read from the
board of supervisors stating that the
members constituting the old commit
tees were re-appointed to serve the en
suing year, with the addition of Mr.
Fred J. Teale. The officers of the old
committee were continued without
change, and the chair then announced
that he would re-arrange the standing
committees and give notice of euch a
re-arrangement to the members of the
committee in the forenoon.
The by-lawa adopted by the old com
mittee will remain as formulated by the
committee when it waa organized in
A committee waß appointed to prepare
a bulletin notifying the public that this
committee was ready to receive propoai
tione from partiee desiring to make ex
hibits at the world's fair, and that eucb
propositions would have to be forwarded
immediately to the committee in order
that space necessary for Southern Cali
fornia exhibits could be secured within
a short time, as beads of the different
departments had been writing to know
how much space would be required. C.
M. Welle, Chas. Forrester and Frank
Wiggins were appointed members of
this committee.
Chairman Forrester reported that
Walter Moore, commissioner of the
state board of forestry, would furnish
ail the varieties of shade trees tbat the
committee would need if application
waa made early in the spring.
In the afternoon Chairman Forreater
announced the following standing com
mittees for the ensuing year:
Auditing and finance--C. M. Wella,
chairman; Chas. Forrester, E. F. C.
World's fair literature—L. E. Mosher,
chairman; E. J. Vawter. T. P. Lukene.
Citrus fruit and fruit trees generally,
with boxes for same—F. Wiggins, chair
man ; C. A. Coffman, Chas. Forrester.
Raisins, dried, canned and preserved
fruitß and packages for same —E. J.
Vawter, chairman; F. J. Teale, C. M.
We) la.
Cereals, bee culture, wine and vegeta
bles and other products not included in
the other committees —E F. C. Klokke,
chairman ; Ed. Dunham, F. Wiggins.
Oil, minaral and manufactures—Phil
lip Stein, chairman; E. F.C. Klokke, F.
J. Teale.
Irrigation—F. J. Teale, chairman; Ed
Dunham, C. A. Coffman.
Display—Ed. Dunham, chairman; F.
Wiggins, L. E. Mosher.
Transportation—C. M. Wellß, chaie
man, Phillip Stein, E. J. Vawter.
Politics and Oysters.
It ia unfortunate, indeed, that the
Press club delegates should not be par
takers of the beat our lovely California
can supply. The Morgan Eagle Brand
oyster is one of our home industries and
ia recognized aa the beet obtainable in
thia market, and yet the supposedly
Texas goods are poing to be served at
luncheon today. The why and where
for will be readily understood by the
public. "Politics and oysters;" what
a combine.—[Adv.
Another Suicide.
This time it's the man that bought his lumber
before he got prices from the Willamette Lum
ber Co., Hedondo Beach
The Rossmore,
No. 416 W. Sixth street, facing park. Pleas
ant rooms, good board, and a comfortable home.
Rates: $1 to ti per day. Special rates for
Dr. Parker, dentist, formerly of Third and
Broadway, has removed to 145 North Spring st.
The Day & Fisher Music Co.
To their new and commodious store at
About February 1,18P2. During the remainder of thia month special inducements
will be offered on their elegant line of Pianos at their present warerooms.
\ **7 on ' y * nsti tutlon in Southern California making a specialty
\ of_Diseases of the
(J/ f £y Specia ists in Private and Chronic Diseases of Men and Women.
V Gonorrhcea, Gleet, Syphilis and Urinary
$ 4 1 Disorders.
@if~& In connect,on wltn our treatment we give Turkish and Medicated
/ Tt-\ I Baths lo patients free. Examination and consultation without
Permanently located at 230 South Main street, over
Hammam Bathe, Los Angeles.
Mr. Crawley of the Southern Faoifio
Thinks There Is Some Doubt About
the Matter—Mr. Hynes of the Southern
California Thinks It Will Go.
Mr. J. M. Crawley, the general agent
of the Southern Pacific company,yester
day in diacussing the probability of the
orange freight rate being reduced from
$1.25 to 90 per cents, spoke as follows :
"We cannot account for the delay in
the matter of proposed orange rate of 90
centa per 100 pounda. So far as the
Transcontinental association is con
cerned, I had every reason to believe
that the full affirmative vote was se
cured, but remember, the request was
made that the rate apply to Chicago and
side. Now the Transconti
nental association's territory extends
only as far as the Missouri river, there
fore that body cannot speak for the
many roads operating in the territory
between the Missouri river and Chicago.
"These roads act as an association,
and therefore it will be plain to you
that before reduced rates can be made
to points east of the Missouri river the
consent of these roads or the associa
tion acting for them must be obtained,
and no doubt the chairman of the
Transcontinental association, also tbe
members thereof, are in active commu
nication with these roads on the subject
and doing all they possibly can with the
object in view of secnring their consent.
."I believe every member of the
Transcontinental association fully real
izes bow necessary it is to secure a
lower rate. In fact, the condition of
affairs was made known to them by
■ Messrs. Stubba and Smurr prior to the
meeting, so that every member was pre
pared and fully realized the causes
which prompted the orange growers and
shippers to Beck the relief which they
were justified in asking owing to the
peculiar condition of affairs.
"What I am afraid of is thatahippera
may be misled by wild rumors from un
reliable sources and unnecessarily pack
oranges now which had better remain
unpacked until correct advices are re
ceived regarding the rate."
On the other hand General Freght
Agent Hynes of the Southern California
company said that the new rate had
been filed with the Interstate commis
eion, and that so far aa he knew the
rate would go into effect in about three
days time.
Mr. James tight of .Denver ia at th 9
George Courtright of New York city is
registered at the Hollenbeck.
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Munn of San
Pedro are at the Hollenbeck.
Captain Schley and Lieutenant Mc-
Crea, of the United States steamship
Baltimore, have been ordered to Wash
Lewis Davis, El Paso, Texas, and B.
F. Hedrick, Portland, Oregon, are doing
Southern California, and are stopping at
tbe Hollenbeck.
Mr. John T. Brodrick and family and
Misß May Kernay, of Omaha; W. H.
Brown, Hornelaville, N. V.; W. B.
Hugus and family, Saratoga, Wyoming,
are gueata of the Bellevtte Terrace hotel.
Mr. and Mra. Cotter of Oakland are
honeymooning at the Westminster
hotel. Mr. Cotter is one of the bright
young men on the Oakland Times, and
was married a few days ago to Miss
Mamie F. Oilligan of San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. Cotter will remain here a
Judge E. St. Julien Cox of St. Peter,
Minn., is in the city. Tbe judge ia an
old-time fiiend of Mr. Frankenfield, and
the two pretty well controlled tbe poli
tics of Minnesota for awhile. The judge
eaya he will remain here for several
months, which probably means that he
will permanently remain.
If Ton Are Looking for a Home,
Or want to invest in any class of real property,
or it you have property to sell, see Burkhard &
ODea, 103 8. Broadway. Tel. 611,
Some Matters of Importance Disposed
of Yesterday.
At yesterday's meeting of the board of
supervisors the question of furnishing
the upper story of the court house was
discussed, and a resolution passed direct
ing Chairman Perry to select the car
pets and necessary furniture for the
court room and judge's chambers on that
The clerk was instructed to notify
Contractor Brady that the sixty days'
time allowed to place the clock system
in running order has expired, and that
the board is now ready and desires a re
port before taking action regarding the
time machine. Experts have beenwork
' ng on the clocks for some time, but
have not succeeded in making them run
in anything like a satisfactory manner.
It was decided to compromise the
difficulty between the county and ex-
Tax Collector Piatt, whose bondsmen
were sued for $1336, which amount was
alleged to be missing from the office.
The ex-official paid the county $1000,
and as the reports of experts employed
to examine the books were conflicting as
to the amount due, one showing that
there was only a balance of $11.52 after
the $1000 was paid, the board decided to
close the matter up.
J. S. Van Doren was appointed license
collector under the new ordinance, at a
salary of $150 per month, to hold the
office at the pleasure of the board.
Chae. W. Richardson was appointed
constable of Redondo township, vice
Chas. E. Doesler resigned.
The resignation of H. W. Filbert, jus
tice of the peace of San Gabriel town
ship was accepted.
A petition from Henry Pratt and
others, regarding the vacation of certain
streets in the Vosburg tract, was set for
hearing February 3d.
Vanilla ° f perfect purity.
Lemon -I Of grer.t strength.
AbllDnd i oonom y Jrvthjlr u«©
Roseetc.rj p,avop r - 3 deilbataiy
and deUdot"-'" fi-<>sh fruit.
This department Is under the manage
ment ot tl c most experienced and thorough
cutter and fitter on .this Coast. For perfec
tionof fit style, and orieintlitv of design,
she is without a peer, TOURISTS can hav<
their suits made in one day's time, and he
assured oi satisfaction. MOURNING suits
given special attention. Bring your own
material, or you can make a selection irom
a high and exclusive class of novelty dress
patterns srom my stock. Prices as low as
any first-class costumer.
All kinds of fur work done in the house.
The only place iv Southern California.
Sealskins refitted, renovaied and redyed;
short notice and at very reasonable prices.
All work guaranteed first-class-
MOSGROVE'S Gloak and Suit House,
119 8. Spring St., - - Los Angeles.
Headache, Neuralgia, or any Indication of the
above, take
W. H. JUENGBR, Agent,
1-12 lm 129 N. Main street.
Undertakers and Bmbalmera.
No. 140 North Main St., Los Angeles,- Cal.
Always open Telephone No. 61.
A fVw items culled from our many that we deem worthy of your considera
tion and perusal. No house in the country ia more anxious to do business, to en
large its usefulness, and to quote you the very closest prices than we. Through
p'"senting you with tbe beet of merchandise at the lowest possible price, we hope
to .nerit a continuance of your confidence and patronage.
We will offer today special a line of striped
camel's hair clotu effect", with long camel's
hair in the stripes, an all wool material, the
very latest creation: you will find these very
cheap dry goods.
Melrose cloth, 42 inches wide, all wool, 49c
a yard; repriced from $1; they are plain goods
with a watered stripe lunninif through them;
one of tbe newest and handsomest of mate
rial-, and at this 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; weaie show
ing them today in extra heavy quality at 75c
a yard.
Biack novelty dress goods, with a Bedford
cord weave intermixed with figures and scrolls,
in ail wool goods 40 to 44 inches wide, of the
very finest quality, (1 a yard.
Our line of coloied surahs at 75c a yard, spe
cial today, is worthy of your inspection
We have beyond doubt the best values in
dress itoods at 25c, 45c, 49c, that 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 you; repriced and lower
thanevei for quality.
Boys' striped and check union casslmere
suits, from 4 to 13 years of age, $1 50 and
$1.75; worth $2; not the price of a cottonade.
Boys' striped, checked or plain suits, ages 4
to 14 years, $2.50, $2.75, $2 95 and $3.
100 styles of boys'all wool casslmere suits,
for school or dre«s purposes, $3.50; ages 4 to 14.
Boys' gold mixed all wool casslmere suits,
Boys' dark mixed casslmere suits, ages 4 to
14, $4 50 and $6.
Boys' gray mixed all wool sui 8, $4 25.
Boys' extra fine corduroy suits, $4.50 and
Youths' brown and tan mixed Invisible
plaid suits, fS.SO, ages 12 to 18.
youths' -cotch tweed suits, all wool, $0.25;
dark mixed with an invisible plaid, ages 12 to
18 years.
Youths' gold mixed invisible plaid suits.
$7.98: ages 12 lo 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 bats, in derbys or soft fur hats, $2.50;
repriced from $4.
Boys' hats, 45c, 65c and 75c.
Men's wool overshlrts repriced to 75c, 85c
and $1,
Men's embroidered night, shirts repriced to
Broken line ef men's gray underwear, In
shirts only, 35c; repriced from 50c and 65e.
Boys' all wool shirt wiists, in solid colors,
elegau'ly made, 95c.
Boys' fast colored percale shirt waists, 30i
Men's linen collars of the celebrattd Coon
and Anchor brands, B%c.
Men's Anchor cuffs, a pair.
Special offering in men's extra weight, nat
ural gray merino underwear, 50e.
An extra quality white merino undershirt at
Superfine natural gray merino underwear at
White wool, natural gray, or medicated scar
let wool underwear, best value we have ever
presented $1.25; repriced from $1 50.
Men's all wool gray, scarlet or white under
wear other values equally as good if not bet
ter than those mentioned on sale in our store.
Men's neckwear at 25c; a new line just re
Men's neckwear at 49c; repriced from 75c; if
we can only get yon to come in and see what
we are.talking about, we know that we will
serve you, and you will find a great saving in
your purchases.
Hanan & Son's men's fine French calf shoes,
Goodyear welt. $5 a pair.
Hanan & Son's paient 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 ct Co's make.
Ladies' shoes repriced today to $3, embracing
P. Cox Curtis & Wheeler, Ingalls <fc Son and
other nr>t-class makes-
Ladles' fine French dongola kid shoes, with
patent leather tips, the latest toe, $2 50 a pair.
A special sale of patent leather tip, $5; shoes
made for us by Viegard, Lanaslow As. Curry; re
priced to $4 because we are closing tbem out.
Rochester made shoes for ladies at $3 a pair.
Children's school shoes, sizes 5s to Bs. sole
leather tips, $1 a pair; 8s to lis, $1.25, and 12s
to 2s, $1.50; we can save you money on shoes
and give you a superior article.
Bisque figures, fancy decorated odor bottles
and figures, 10c, 15c and 25e.
A few colored etchinga and engravings left
at $2.soand $3.
A large sized hammered trays at 25c.
Steel corkscrews, all steel, 10c, or wooden
handles 25c.
Decorated cuspidors at 25c.
Thermometers, 20e and 25c.
Clothes brushes, 25e.
Hand brushes, sc, *' ,<:. 10c, 12V£c and 25c.
Polishing brushes for boots, without dauber,
50c, 75c and.sl.
Plated silver topped sugars, 39c.
Halters for horse, 35c
Carriage whips, 25c, 35c. 45c. 65c, 75c and
Lead blown tumblers, thin glass, 70c a dozen.
Lead blown engraved and banded tumblers,
75<ra dozen.
Goblets, iiOc, 75c and 85c a dozen.
Goblets, banded and engraved. $1 a dozen.
Glass butter dishes, sugar spoon holder and
creamer sets, of four pieces, 35c, 4.5 c, 50c and
Cut glass sets, 65c.
Engraved glass sets, 90c.
Decorated dinner sets, mado by Boote of
England, $13 a set.
Tin pans, 50, H%e., 10c. 12^oapiece.
Tin coffee pots, 15c, 17c and 19c.
Full stock of agateware aud wooden ware just
received: pricei the very lowest.
Fu,l line of ti.ys, velocipedes and whcelware,
cutlery, silver-plated knives and forks and
other ware.
Now la the time for our cloaks to disappear.
We are selling ladles' jackets trimmed with
mink or astrakhan in black or vray, at 17 50
that during t c season were £13.50.
Weare selling ladies'shawi collar and lapel
jackets at $* that during the season were
ranged from $12 to $15.
We are selling ladies' jackets, fur trimmod
shawl collar and lapels, at $10 that duiiug the
season were $15; we have th se jackets in our
show window, and if the prices marked npon
the garment will no- appeal to you as being
cheap for quality, we are at a loss to kuow
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 Anseles.
Foster genuine 7-hook gloves. $1.25 a pair.
Baiiiz dog skin shopping or driving gloves,
98c a pair
Ladies' kid gloves, with cuff wristband, the
very latest novelty in kid gloves. $2.00 a pair.
Ladies' cashmere gloves, 25c, 35c and 50c.
Wool felt hats, this sea*on's shape, at 25c and
50c; former price $1 aud $1 '25.
ladies' French fur felt hats, newest, neatest
shapes, $1; repriced from $1.75 and $2.50; all
our millinery sock has been very much re
priced: our bird stock will be sold at 25 per
cent off of marked prices.
Children's books, sc, Be, 10c, 12c and 20c,
for small children; were double
Books for b jys and gtrls, 25c, 28c, 32c, 40c,
48c and 60c: repriced fully 25 per cent; all
our book stock, which Is now located in the
millinery room, has been very much reduced
in price from bugilining to end: anyone in
search of nice reaolnc matter will find here
an exceptional opportunity, as with the ar
rival of our spring stock of millinery the books
go down In our basement.
Rood's and Joys' sarsaparilla, Warner's safe
cure and nervine, Pierces go.den medical dis
covery, Swift's specific, Kennedy's medical dis
covery, Pierces pellets, Carter's little liver
pills, Simmons liver regulator, Dr. Koch's
sarsparilla, .nd all the leaving and celebrated
patent medicines for rale at this department at
cut prices. Quinine pills, 2 grains lOcadoz;
glycerine ana castile soaps of vaiious odors, 5c
a cake or 6 for 25c: Palm's oil, honey, oat meal,
white lily, glycerine or almond meal soaps, 10c
or 3 for 25c these are extra fine milled toilet
soaps; No. 4711, white rose, 50c a box; Carmel
castile soap, 15c a cake or 80c ior half dozen;
Freeman's perfumes, all odors, half ounce bot
tles, 25c; Lundborg's, Lubin's, Lautlers' per
fumes, all at cut prices: .aponaceous dentine,
the finest for the teeth, 15c; Bandoline for the
hair, 15e; sargi's fine Vienna made soaps. 20c
and 25c a cake; Pears' soaps in all qualities at
cut prices: full stock of Colgate's good- in col
ognes, toilet waters, soaps, dentifrices, etc ; all
of Pinaud's goods in oiors, washes. Quinine
Tonique for the hair at cut prices, bay rum,
half ptrus, 19c, Imported rose water, 25c; gly
cerine lotion, 25c.
Ladies' plain white hemstitched handker
chiefs, sc, 10c, 15e, 20.: and 25c.
Ladies' printed boroered handkerchiefs,
hemstitched, sc, 7%c, B%c, 10c, 15c,
20c and 253
Ladies' open worked handkerchiefs, plain
white, Ti£c.
Ladies' corded bordered, 10c and 15c; plain
Ladies' white embroidered handkerchiefs,.
100,^12^0, 15e, 20c, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1 and
Ladies' white silk embroidered handker
chiefs, 25c, 45c and 50c.
Men's white silk handkerchiefs.hemstitched,
extra large size. 50c.
Men's superfine colored bordered, printed ox
woven borders, extra fine quality of Japanese
silk handkerchiefs 75c
We cannot enumerate each Item; we can
only commend this line to you as being, the
cheapest that we have ever presented.
We have on sale a line of ladles' superfine
angora fancy cashmere under vests, silk bound
and silk stitched, pearl buttons, at 65c apiece;
repriced from $1
Ladies' white jersey ribbed, high neck and
long sleeved vests, extra heavy quality, satin
fronts, plain pearl buttons, silk sti ching with,
ribbon around the neck, French yoke at 50c.
We will merely call your attention to oar
Ssc, $1, $125 and $1.50 line of corsets, which
we contend, and you will find, to be the best
value for the money shown in this country;
our corset trade has improved bf reason of our
HiperlatiiYe values; we can give you equal
value up to $5 apiece in Imported corsets,
Lace curtains, 3% yardß long, $1, $1.50 a
Silk chair throws, 50c.
Printed pongee curialntngs, new patterns,
tust received, 10« and 15c.
Chenille portiers $6.50. $7.50 and $8 a pair.
Bmyrna rugs, 35c, 60c, $l.2iaud $1.95

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