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LOS ANGELES HERALD United States Weather Office. Report of observations taseu at Los Angeles, Itehrnary 25. 1892: Time. Bar. Thai 8*7 a. m. 30.05 54 •.■07 p. m. 30.01 57 E I 4 S I 1 Mux. tern., 65; mm. tern. 52. Qniek Returns From Advertising. Look on the sixth page oi the Hkrald for wanted help, situations, agents and wants of all descriptions; also, houses to rent, rooms to lent, live stock for sale, business chances, per sonal notices, money to loan, bargains in real •state, property to exchange, business and pro fessional cards and amusements. These adver tisements are cheap and always bring cus tomers. NEWS NOTES. Wm. G. Blaikie of England was natu xalized by Judge McKinley yesterday. J. Leon Blanquire, a native of France was naturalized by Judge Smith yes kerday. A recital of Macbeth will be given bj Mr. Henry Ludlam on Tuesday evening March 1st, in Ludlam hall. James R. Kitts and Mattew Arm strong, both of Great Britain, were mad< citizens by Judge Torrance yesterday. A marriage license was yesterdaj granted to Edward Harbold, native o: Kansas, aged 22, to Josie Leishman native of Kansas, aged 19. Mile. Georgette Billois, an Alamedi street beauty who made Wednesday night hideous with her drunken howl ing, was yesterday fined $10 by Justice Austin for disorderly conduct. At the central W. C. T. U. this after noon Mrs. Garbutt's Reports from De partment of Narcotics will be followed by an address by Mary Allen West. Everybody is invited," 2:30, at the temple. The De Lano Guitar and Banjo club, assisted by G. A. HoVigh, elocutionist, and Mias Grace Miltimore, soprano vocalist, will give a concert in the Y. M. C. A. members' course on Tuesday, March lßt. ■ John C. Preston, aged 21, ie the young man who was arrested at Pomona on Wednesday by Deputy Sheriff Atkinson and Constable Bingham, charged with stealing the horse and buggy of Dan wunninghaLu. Mrs. Ducommun, of the Benevolent society, states that Mrs. Baun, to whose wants allusion was made in yesterday's Herald, has been cared for by the so ciety, and that ehe is in no want, and that her case has been thoroughly in vestigated. Rev. H. G. Spaulding of Boston, for merly secretary of the Unitarian Sunday School society, will give an address of interest to Sunday school workers at the Church of the Unity, Third and Hill Btreets, Friday evening, at 8 o'clock. All are invited. In the United States district court yesterday the demurrer in the case against Ayers & Lynch, charging them with sending copies of the drawings of a lottery through the mails, came up and waa strongly presented for the defend ants by Mr. Jay E. Hunter, a young lawyer of this city, and Col. A. B. Hotch kiss. The judge took tbe matter under advisement. The caße of Max Roth, who iB charged hy the United States with violating the anti-lottery law, came up for trial be fore Judge Rosa of tbe United Statea district court yeeterday afternoon. G. Wiley Wells appeared for the defendant and United Statea Attorney Allen con ducted the caae for the prosecution. Roth was charged with soiling lottery tickets, and the caae wae pushed along ■peedily, the arguments being closed shortly after 4 o'clock, when the cause waa submitted to the jury. The meat of the nut for California tourists is the regular Saturday and Sunday Surf Line excursions to San Diego and Coronado via the Southern California railway, (Santa Fe route.) The best train service, the lowest rate, the prettieat scenery, and the largest and moat elegant hotel on the continent as the terminua. Trains leave First street station at 8:15 a. m. and 3.05 p. m. daily. The scenery embraces de lightful mountain views, fruitful fields and a grand marine panorama seventy miles in length, as the train passes for that distance within a stone's throw of the ocean. The rate is only one fare for the round trip and tickets are good re turning following Monday. Don't miss this trip. The second annual statement of the Amer ican Casualty Insurance and Security company of Baltimore city is published in another col umn of this paper today. The success of the company has been most remarkable, in tbe volume of business written, the care with which the risks have been selected, the small loss ratio, the immense increase in assets and the univeral satisfaction given to its patrons. The statement showsa net surplus of $74,882.55 in accordance with the New York standard and of $158,289.49 in accordance with the Maryland standard. The capital of the company Is $1,000,000, of which $200,000 are deposited with tbe state treasurer of Maryland and $100, --000 with the superintendent of the insurance department at Albany for the protection of all policy holders. The total assets of the company are $2,208,599 07. For Conpes and Hacks Sing telephone 230. N. K. Lusk. We are now located in our new build ing, 717 and 719 North Main atreet, and extend a general invitation to the public to viait tbe laundry. On Tuesday and Wednesday of each week we would be pleased to show visitors through the laundry. There is much to interest visitors. Respectfully, Troy Laundry company. B. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care fully drawn. 127 W&Bt Second. Telephone 165. (*. Q. Johnson, notary, has removed to 213 West First street, opposite old office. Bail way companies antagonize ticket brokers, but Anthony Schwsmm, the responsible Asso ciation broker, wil guarantee every ticket and save you dollars. My motto: "Square Trans actions and Reduced Bates vs. Arbitrary By Bates. Office, 200 and 206 N. Spring street, Temple block. Do not read this, but cure your cold. B. A 8. Homoeopathic Cough and Croup Syrup, PERSONAL. Geerge B. Lupfer, of Springfield, 0., ia in the city on a trip of business and pleasure. J. A. Woodward, a Marysville capital ist, accompanied by his wife, ia visiting . Lob Angeles. Z. O. Smith, of Kansas City, Mo., and T. T. Wilson, of St. Paul, Minn., are at the Westminster. Dr. and Mra. C. A. Clarke returned yesterday from a visit to New York, THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26 1892. which they much enjoyed. While in the city Dr. Clarke attended the college poly clinics. *?R. R. Cable, president of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad com pany, and party will arrive in this city tomorrow in the president's private car, via the Santa Fe. M. G. Smith, a capitalist of Denver, accompanied by his wife, is visiting friends in this city. Mr. Smith, who has just finished a tour of the state, is greatly pleased with Los Angeles. H. C. Whitehead, auditor of the Southern California railroad, returned yesterday from San Francisco, where he went a week ago in company with W. K. Gillette, assistant general auditor of the Santa Fe system. IN SOCIETY. Miss Irene Fleming, sister of Miss Kate Fleming, who is studying at the New York conservatory of music, is ex pected to arrive in the city next week, and will be the guest of Mrs. Dr. Graves of South Pearl street. Miss Fleming is an accomplished musician. A good crowd was present at the mm' strels last night at St. Paul parish hall. The performance naturally moved along' smoother than on the opening night, and the audience fully enjoyed the en tertainment. A snug sum was realized for the choir fund. Miss Cora Jarvis, who has been visit ing Miss Annie Ward, left last Tuesday for her home in Louisville. Mrs. E. R. Shrader entertained yes terday at lunch Mrs. Beveridge, wife of ex-Gov. John L. Beveridge of Illinois; also Mrs. Downing and daughter, old friends from the east who are now at the Raymond hotel. The weekly meeting of tbe Jolly So cial club was held at the residence of Miss Edith Norviel, 450 Custer avenue, last Tuesday evening. The next meet ing of the club will be held at the resi dence of Miss Estella Shields, 267 Fre mont avenue, on next Tuesday evening, March 1, 1892. The club will give its third Bocial on Friday evening, Febru ary 26th, a; the residence of Miss Belle Shields, 305 Figueroa Btreet. Mra. Threlkeld gave a high tea yester day evening to the Boyle Heights His tory class. It proved to be a moat en joyable affair. The table was elegantly provided and wae arranged with ex quisite taste. Dainty floral pieces were scattered over the table and added to the pretty effect. After the bright young members of the Hiatory claas dis posed of the sumptuous repaat, a pleas ant evening was spent in singing and conversation. Resolutions of regret were adopted on the absence of Miss Addie Griffin, one of the brightest mem bers, who has juet returned to her home in Ogden. The young ladies who en joyed the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Threlkeld were: Miaaea Artie Hinckley, Ethel Corn wall, Gracie Sanborn, Nellie Gholke, May Daviason, Alice Boyce, Maud Hinckley, Mamie Hazletine, Nellie Hutchinson, Abbie Willing, Winnie Miller, Nellie Cowl, Sara Benjamin, Jessie Fraaer. A FIGHTING INTRUDER. He Causes a Disturbance at the Lankershim. At 1 o'clock thia morning, S. 0. Wood, brother-in-law of Mre. Lewis, the land lady at the Lankershim, No. 316)£ South Spring street, waa badly beaten about the head by a drunken ruffian. Shortly before 1 o'clock the stranger, who wae of medium height, of florid complexion, with a red moustache, and who wore a ailk hat, rung Mra. Lewis's bell, and when the landlady responded, asked her whether "that girl from the Hollenbeck laundry" had come there yet. The answer was in the negative, and waa not particularly gracious, aa may be supposed. The intruder at once became abusive, and eventually Mrs. Lewis called her brother-in-law to put tbe man out. The stranger was ready for a fight, however, and after some scuffling struck Wood several times over the head with a loaded cane, knocking him senseless. The stranger then ran away, leaving his silk hat, which he had lost in the fight. Officer Walker and Sergeant Morton responded to a call for the police, and after obtaining a de scription of the stranger went out to look for him. Wood was unconscious for nearly an hour, but was aroused by the efforts of Dr. Lasher, who called to attend him. Hie injuries were not looked upon as of a serious nature. Later —At 2 o'clock this morning Billy Manning, the pugilist, was arrested by Officer Conley. He gave himself away to Clerk Gub Smith and stated that he thumped a man at the Lanker shim. It appears after Manning rushed out of the Lankershim that he went to his home, where he beat hia wife in an unmerciful manner. Manning waa locked up over night. Have Beech ax's Pills ready in the house hold. WHEN VOTJ WANT a nobby hat go to the Los Augeles Hat Co., 119 North Spring street. Napa Soda at Woollacott's, 124 N. Spring. d b PRKC t S W DELICIOUS Flavoring Extracts NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS. Vanilla Of perfect purity. Lemon -I 0 f great strength. Almond —f Eoonomytn their us© Roseetcrj • TIavo »" a » delicately and dellclously as the fresh fi-ut*". PECK, SBIARP & NEITZKE 00., Undertakers and Kmbalmexa. No. 140 North Main st., Los Angeles, Cal. Always open. Telephone No. 61. A NEW MUSICAL INTENTION. IS IT AN ORGAN OR A PIANO? Alj the objections to the parlor organ are at last done away with by this new invention. It has seven full octaves, and looks exactly like a fine upright piano. There are no stops in view, and the instrument is worked by two pedals exactly like those on a piano, and a 6-year-old child is able to work them with ease. The delicacy and variety of ita tones are wonderful, and the touch so light and quick that the most difficult piano pieces can be executed thereon without difficulty. It is a marvelous improvement upon the parlor organ, and has created a great sensa tion in musical circles. The price is not very much higher th?n that of the ordinary organ. This delightful instrument is for sale only at BARTLETTS' MUSIC HOUSE, 103 NORTH SPRING ST. 2-3 lm —Ji—WE TREAT SUCCESSFULLY—fc— //^ ::=:ss,: •*• Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Stricture, Piles, / J Chronic, Blood and Skin Diseases, Varicocele, Blad \ \/Vitf der ' Liver ' Throat and Lung Troubles, Seminal \ W ~S Emissions and all nnnatural drains on the system; A Constipation, Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood and al ' diBor<lers 01 tlie Geni to-Urinary organs. if r^/Vx'^&P our STAFF BUR3EON gives every case his PERSONAL AT HJ '// V-*V r-V TENTION. No matter what your trouble Is, a FKEE CONSUL- W rl I jqy/ TATION may save you years of suffering. P - -JiLADIES' DEPARTMENT!?— J|| In charge of an eminent Specialist, with years of experience in \MVlltit J \i \ treatin K the delicate disorders of women. All matters, whether V V / jASSSSSt Dy ma " or ' n P erßon ' sacredly confidential. ~ MEDICINES FREE TO PATIENTS. V 230 SOUTH MAIN STREET, - Over Hammam Baths. SCS^g^MSSBB'-C' Office Hours—9 a. m. lo 9p. m. Sundays—lo to 1 only. PRO Liebig World Dispensary, LOS ANGELES &DRGICAL INSTITUTE. A MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE for the cure of all nervous and chronic diseases. Branch of the Dr. Liebig Co. of San Francisco, and now located at 123 South Main street, Los Angeles. They are the only Specialists in Los Angeles performing the latest surgical operations re quired for a Radical Cure of Stricture, Hydro cele and Varicocele, etc. Urinary, Kidney and Bladder troubles quickly corrected. Special—Blood and Skin Diseases speedily, completely and permanently eradicated from the system. Nervous Debility, Sexual Weakness and Un fitness for Marriage yield readily to their mode of treatment, Infectious or Contagious Diseases, Loss of Vital Power, Gleet, Spermatorrhoea, Unnatural Discharges and all delicate disorders peculiar to either sex positively cured. Those suffering from Files, Fißtula and Bectal ' Diseases fully restored to health. Ail medicines compounded in their own La boratory and FREE TO PATIENTS. Long experience, with unparalleled success, Is the best evidence of a doctor's skill. Thou sands successfully treated by correspondence. EXPERIENCED PHYSICIANS AND SUR6EONS, Each eminent in his specialty, selected for their skill and experience In treating Nervous Private, Chronic and Complicated Diseases. Dlsep.ees Treated Successfully Nasal, Throat and Lung Diseases; Diseases of the Digestive Orgaus; Constipation : Liver, Kidney and Bladder Complaints; Bright's Disease: Diabetes and kindred affections; Diseases ci the Bladder; Stricture, Fits, Nervous Diseases, Lost Manhood, Piles. Diseases of Children and Women treated with unfailing success. Separate offices for ladles, and in charge ol the Staff Surgeons from San Francisco, who per sonally perform all surgical operations. They are graduates of one of the leading universities, and duly licensed as Physicians and Surgeons in California, AH Chronic Diseases and Deformities. The afflicted are informed that this institution is supplied with skill, ability, facilities and appliances for the successful treatment of all classes of disease and chronic ailments, no matter from what cause arising. Nervous De bility, Lack of Youthful Vigor in Men, the result of excesses, abuse, overwork or dissipa tion, positively cured. CONSULTATION AND ADVICE FREE. A iriendly talk may save you years of suffer ing and perhaps your life. Out-of-town pa tients treated by correspondence. CssT~AU Communications and Consultations Sacredly Confidential. If the Dr. Liebig Co. cannot cure you no Eower on earth can. Take one candid thought efore it is too late. Those ruined in health by unlearned pretenders, and those whom other physicians have pronounced incurable, espec ially requested to try the latest improved methods now adopted. Each patient seen privately and Cures Guar anteed In Curable Coses. The Dr. Liebig Co. are the oldest, most reli able and successful Ban Francisco Special Sur geons and Physicians, and on account of thou sandsof maltreated cases by so-called "Doctors" in Los Angeles, they have opened Permanent Branch Offices in Los Angeles, at 123 South Main street. Call or write for particulars. Office hours, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. 7 p.m to 9 p.m.; Sundays, 10 to 12 only. consumption: I have a positive remedy for the above disease; by its use thousands of cases of the worst kind and of long standing have been cured. Indeed so strong is my faith in its effloacy, tbat I will send TWO bottles fbee with a VALUABLE TREATISE on this disease to any But ferer who will send me their Express and P.O. address. T. A. Slocnm, M. C, 183 Pearl St., N. Y. REDLANDS! BEFOEE or after looking at all other orange growing sections in Southern California, come and take a good look at Redlands, and let your own good judgment tell you whether this is, or is not. the choicest snot in California for growing oranges. Free fiom scale, freest from fogß, freest from wind, freest from frost. Live people in a live place. Half a million dollars' worth of new residences In the past year and the building still goes on. Call on tbe undersigned, who will be glad to show you the beauties of the place and all improved property for sale, and will not annoy you by urging you to buy. Three snap bargains in bearing groves for quick buyers. T. H. BHARPLEBS, Agent for Redlands real estate, State street, near Hotel Windsor. ALESSANDRO! A BEAUTIFUL VALIEY that has all the ad vantages of Redlands, excepting the fact that it is a newer country. Exclusive agents for over 1000 acres. Agents for over 6000 acres. Have sold 430 acres to sharp and well-posted buyers in the past few months. Prices from $85 to $150 an acre. BHABPLEBS & BROWN, Agents for Alessandro lands, B. W. Brown, Moreno. T. H. Sua unless, Bedlands. GOOD BUYS FOR SOMEBODY! 10 acres eight-year-old bearing orange trees, $12,000. 20 acres, 12 acres bearing orange trees, bal ance improved, $17,000. 20 acres, 8 acres bearing orange trees, balance Improved, $10,000. 9% acres, all in good bearing oranges and raisins, $13,500. Sole agents for all of above properties, all be low regular prices. Agent for improved prop erties from $3500 to $100,000 each. Unim- S roved land in tracts to suit purchasers, from acres up to 5000 acres each. T. H. SHABPLESS, State St., near Hotel Windsor, Bedlands, CaL 1-19 6m DOCTOR WHITE S PRIVATE DISPENSARY, 133 NOBTH MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES. The most successful Private Disease doctor in tbe State. Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, Seminal Weakness, Nervous Debility, Syphilis, Skin snd Kidney diseases and Sexual Weakness successfully treated. Med icines prepared in nrivate laboratory. Both sexes consult in confidence. Dr. White has no hired substitutes. You see the doctor only Dr. White is the |only Specialist in the State who exclusively treats private, nervous and chronic diseases. Cures guaranteed in all curable cases. Don't waste time with patent medicines. If you have any .sexual trouble, consult Dr. White. Scientific treatment. Seasonable charges. Elk V*jk sffc Ha ■ ■B B i[ any businost PETALUMA ISCUBATOB CO.,' PETALDMA, CAL. DB. E. C. WEST'S NEEVB AND BRAIN TREATMENT, a specific for Hysteria, Dizzi ness, Fits, Neuralgia, Headache, Nervous Pros tration caused by alcohol or tobacco, Wakeful ness, Mental Depression, Softening of Brain, causing Insanity, misery, decay, death, Prema ture Old Age, Barrenness, Loss of Power In either sex, Impotency, Leucorrhcea and all Female Weaknesses, Involuntary Losses, Sper matorrhoea caused by over-exertion of brain, Self-abuse, Over-indulgence. A month's treat ment $1,6 for $5, by mail We guarantee six boxes to cure. Each order for 6 boxes, with $5, will send written guarantee to refund if not cured Guarantees issued only by H. M. SALE & SON, druggists, sole agents, 220 8. Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. /<m\ JAPANESE iff A P 1 LE CURE A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of Suppositories, Ointment in Capsules, also In Box and PIUb; a Positive Cure for External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic, Becent or Hereditary Piles. This remedy has never been known to fail. $1 per box, 6 for $5; sent by mail. Why suffer from this terrible disease when a written guarantee is positively given with b boxes. To refund the money If not cured. Bend stamp for free sample. Guar antee Issued by C. F. HEINZEMAN, druggist, sole agent, 222 N. Main street, Los Angeles. Cal. Prices low for spot cash, or will sell on install ments. 4F51 SOUTH SPRING STREET, Between Fourth and Fifth Street. Telephone 984. P. O. box 1921. 7-21-tf £~S Dlt. JORDAN 4c CO* Jg> GREAT MUSEUM OF ANATOMY fjfSnsl 1051 St., San Francisco. I ipjjreik (between 6th aud 7th Sts.) 4? * ' earn now wonderfully \ v . ou arc ma d e an d how to avoid 1 wwwb >. sickness and diseases. Museum N | with thousands of new li objects. Admission 25 cts. Private Office, 311 Geary St. Diseases of men: stricture, lobs of manhood,diseases of the skin and kidneys quickly cured without the use of marcury. Treatment personally or by letter. Send for book. TO THE UNFORTUNATE 623 Kearny Streel toWlshedf l 9 n°iBM, for Seminal Diseases^such all Its forms, Seminal Weakness, Impotency and Lost Manhood per manently cured. The sick and afflicted should not fail to call unon him. The Doctor has trav eled extensively In Europe and Inspected thor oughly the various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of valuable information, which he is competent to impart to those in need of his services. The Doctor cures where others fail. Try him. DB. GIBBON will make no charge unless he effects a cure. Persons at a distance CUBED AT HOMB. All communications strictly confidential. AU letters answered In plain envelopes. Call or write. Address DB. J. F. GIBBON, Boi 1,957, San iTranclsco. Cal. Mention Los Angeles Hbbald. 1217-12ra DR. WONG HIM, Chinese Physician and Surgeon, has resided Ie Loa Angeles seventeen (17) years. His reputa- a thorough physician has been fully es tablished and appreciated by many. His large Eractlce 1b sufficient proof of his ability and onesty. The doctor graduated in the foremost col leges, also practiced in tne largest hospitals of Canton, China. The doctor speaks Spanish fluently. OFFICE: New number, 639; old number 117 Upper Main street. T. 0. box 564, Station C. 18-17 tf PEOPLE'S STORE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1892. SHOES. We are always ready to enlarge the makes of Curtis & Wheeler and other sphere of our usefulness and to increase Rochester makes not quite so celebrated, our business. Our shoes are a model of but known to us for their durability and excellence in quality, perfection in fit, excellence. Our line of ladies' shoes admirable in wear, and as low priced commences at $1.50 per pair, every pair for quality as is possible to be sold. The of which we warrant, and at any price best manufacturers are anxious to place up to $6.50 per nair for the finest hand their goods with us, knowing the vim work. and patronage of the house and our abil- In children's shoes-sizes sto 8-we lty to use volumes of goods. In buying commence our line at 75c and run them your shoes from us you get the best up at various prices to $2 there is made for the least money, and Misses' and boys' shoes-We com in addition thereto you have our guar- mence our line at $1.50 and run them up antee that if they do not give you satis- to $3 per pair faction, we will refund the money or Our line of $2.50 ladies' kid shoes, for give you another pair. a medium priced shoe, is the best manu- In men's wear we sell the celebrated tactured in this country makes of Hanan & Sons and Lily, Brack- We have recently enlarged our shoe ett & Co., and they range in price from department so that in the actual num s2.so for all lasts and toes up to $7 per ber of square feet it is the largest in this pa r r 'i a- .i „ , , i , , t £ wn - O ur prices mean a saving at from In ladies' shoes we sell the celebrated 25c to $2 a pair, according to price. MEN'S FURNISHINGS. This department offeis you extraor- Men's gray wool shirts or drawers dmary inducements to do your purchas- that were $2 are now 98c. ing. We buy in the very largest quan- Men's white laundered shirts, 75c; as tities direct from the first hands, save good as any $1 shirt in town, you the jobber's profit, which is that Men's white laundered shirts, $1; as much less in price to you than the com- good as any $1.25 shirt, petition of smaller dealers. At present Men's unlaunderedshirts, 50c; asgood we are closing out all our wool under- as any $1 laundered Bhirt. wear, and we have cut prices in half of Full line of all styles of linen collars, what they were at the beginning of the 10c ; sold all over at 15c. season. Men's all-wool, extra heavy cashmere Men's gray shirts or drawers that were hose, black or colore, 25c; a quality $1 are now 50c. which sold at 40c. Men's gray wool shirts or drawers New spring neckwear at 49c apiece; that were $1.50 are now 75c. equivalent to any 75c goods offered. MEN'S HATS. We are closing out our fall stock of derbys, latest of all shapes, that we sold men's French fur felt derbys, stamped at $4 and $4.50 apiece, and are as good with our name on the lining, which is a as anybody's make, we are closing out guarantee of quality. Hats that sold at at $2.25. $2.50 and $3 apiece, which we contend Men's and boys' wool felt hats—You were cheaper than anybody's, marked will find them cheaper than anything at the uniform price of $1.50. you ever bought .within 25c of the price, Men's finest quality of French fur felt 49c; BOYS' CLOTHING. Reducing our enormous stock of boys' We are pushing the eale of boys' clothing that sold from $5 to $7. These are clothing, and the inducements we can the finest class of goods made, and the offer you in all grades cannot be ex uniform price for a speedy sale at $3.65. pected elsewhere. DRESS GOODS. 46-inch spring plaid wool dress goods, Another line of better goods, heavier with cotton chain, certainly ought to be weight silk, and a wider width, cheap at 25c 74c The enormous sales that we have had A sublime quality of printed surahs on 50c dress goods within the past two and Indias, 24 inch wide, extra heavy, weeks has so depleted our stock that we and same grade as shown in town at found it necessary to reduce goods from $1,25, 65c in order to make a line, and they aa are the new spring fabrics, all-wool goods *»Uc made to sell at 75c per yard. They ri , „ ... , , , come in stripes, zig-zag weaves and new . ° vr t V5 ry ft fineßt qu . ahty \ made to nlaid desiffnii sell at * 1 - 50 P er vard > and which we had p uesi B ns - marked at $1.25, with the handsomest OUc printings, equal to hand paintings, we .„ . , „ . ,TI . .. have placed on eale at 46-inch all-wool serges and Henriettas, goods that are made to sell at $1.50 per QQ yard, silk finished, extra heavy weight, s#<#o ought to be good value at We guara ntee all these silks to hold fts the thread and not to pull out at the l UC seam. Our dress goods department is doub- r" bla dreBa goods, our Bpecial sale ling its sales of laßt year. Never during prices still remain. 46-inch black Hen our business career have we been able "etta and serge, all wool, extra heavy to place such values before you. We do Quality, selling at not ask you to take our word for it. Send for samples if you live in the coun- / Oo try, or come in and inspect them if you reside in town. Fancy black dress novelties, 40-inch Choice assortment of high art novel- wide, all wool, and a quality worth $1.25 ties, latest spring creations and price a yard, we are selling as long as they within the reach of all. last at In printed India silks we are selling a 85 line of new designs, new choice patterns, at m mm Choice, desirable goods at the lowest 4tfC Price is our method of increasing sales. DOMESTICS. Handsomely printed cotton Bedford Choice French cotton dress fabrics, a cords, the newest and lateßt goods, that handsome and line material in plain are reasonably worth 25c per yard, sell wlth Belf Btri P ea and new fancy designs, now at OR B **° Wash silks on black grounds with col . ~ ', . „ . , , ored printed figures, beautiful goods, 40-inch fast black cashmere finished WO rth at least 25c per yard. You cannot sateen, gooda that are worth 50c per tell the difference between them and a yard, we are selling as fast aa we can get real silk by casual observation, them at ■ mm on lsc "**' Cs Our stock of cotton dress fabrics is the _.-.»', , ~ . ,t, largest, cheapeet, handsomest, lowest I ast black, self-colored stripes and fig- priced for quality that we have ever had ureß, woven fabrics, every yard warrant- the_ pleasure to Bhow. The very latest ed not to fade either in washing or from spring designs in dress ginghams and the effects of the sun, in the very newest ua % that w ? have alwayB 801(1 8 1 „ . , , . •' IJ/4C, and up to this season never a yard and handsomest designs, left the hm £ under 12^c< will 30c 8»c The lack of apace prevents our calling attention to the new goods in other departments which have come in, and we have placed on sale at prices in pro portion to those quoted above. We started out with the determination of doubling the business of our house for the present year, and if you will come in and consult our merchandise in price, we feel assured that you will appreciate our efforts. A. HAMBURGER I SONS.