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Quick Returns From Advertising.
Look ou the sixth page of the Hkrald for
wanted help, situations, agents and wants of
all descriptions; also, houses to rent, roams to
rent, 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 a mas :inents. These adver
tisements are cheap and always bring cus
United States Weather Office.
Eoport of observations taaen at Los Angeles,
February 29, 1892;
I Ther.
I 52
a. m.
p. m.
>iax. tern., 58; mln. tern. 49.
Weather Forecast.
Forecast for the ensuing twenty-four hours:
For Southern California—Fair weather, fol
lowed by rains in the north portion, extending
Lehman, the ticket broker, haa re
moved to 217 South Spring street.
Judge Van Dyke naturalized Frank
Nelson of Sweden yeßterday, and Judge
Smith made William Carton of England
and John Collins of Ireland citizens.
Mr. Irling and Mr. Conrad are build
ing beautiful homes on Thirtieth street.
Mr. Utley will soon commence a large
.residence in the same neighborhood.
There are undelivered telegrams at
the office of the Western Union Tele
graph company. Main and Court streets,
for A. B. Keller, E. Bennett and Aman
da Walker.
The Hill Democratic club of Califor
nia, No. 1, Meets this evening at Y. M.
I. hall, 114 South Main street. 7:30. All
Democrats are invited to attend aud
Bign the club roll.
The regular monthly meeting of the
News and Workingboys' home will be
held on Wednesday, at 10 a. m., at tha
home, 819 East First street. A full
attendance is desired.
Do not forget the advance class to be
organized for ladies and gentlemen in
dancing, by Prof. Payne, Wednesday
evening, Marcn !)th, at Illinois Hall,
corner Sixth and Broadway.
James Cussen yesterday received a
dispatch from Mr. Lincoln stating that
he would arrive in Los Angelea this
morning with the body of Frank Fan
ning. The funeral will take place
The Ideal Guitar and Banjo club,
assisted by MiBS Grace Miltimore and
Mr. G. A. Hough, will give an enter
tainment in the Y. M. C. A. course this
evening. Reserved seats can be secured
at tbe association building.
The Wilmington Transportation com
pany will run an excursion to Catalina
island tomorrow, March 2d, returning
following day to connect with afternoon
trains for Los Angeles. Take Southern
Pacific or Terminal trains for San Pedro,
leaving Los Angeles at or before 10:30
Mrs. Calvin Smith and Mrs. D. G.
Peck came to the News and Working
boys' home a short time ago, bringing a
donation for a sick bed, consisting of a
handsome quilt and blanket and four
Sheets and pillow slips. These were
made and Bent by a new society, the
Thimble society.
The Welsh residents of this city and
vicinity will celebrate the natal day of
their patron saint this evening, at the
parlors of the First Presbyterian church.
Refreshments will be served and a good
literary and musical programme has
been prepared for the occasion. A num
ber of ladies and gentlemen will also
appear in ancient Welsh costume.
The annual encampment of the G. A.
R., California,will be held
at Fresno, on March nth, 10th and 11th.
On the 12th, Saturday, the veterans
will participate in a rabbit drive, ar
ranged by the Fresno people. The rail
roads bave fixed special rates, fare and
one-third for round trip special tickets
for G. A. R. comrades and ladies, and
"W. R. C. representatives. A great
many will go from this end of the state.
Judge Stanton married two Chinese
cmiples yeßterday afternoon "all samee
ilplican." The contracting parties were
Alt Bow and Mcc Gum and Ah Sing and
Mcc How, The ceremony was performed
on Los Angeles street, near the plaza
engine house. The hall was decorated
regardless of expense. The Chinese
band headed a procession consisting of
eight bridesmaids and eight groomsmen.
When Judge Stanton announced that he
was ready, all the best men lit cigars,
and amall glasees containing a sort of
Chinese cocktail were also passed
around. The double wedding took place
nnder a canopy.
Mr. J. F. Tournoux, recording secretary of
the Los Angeles Catnolic Beneficial associa
tion, will for the future \>i found at the Kight
Place store's grocery, W. If. Wheeler, proprie
tor, 901 and 903 East First street.
Closing Out Sale.
Farming implements, thirteen Bain
header wagons, header, dump and grain
beds and extra wheels, three water
tanks with wagons complete, three large
freighters, all in good working order;
also one Brunson-I'itte 40-inch separator,
Jackson derrick and 15 horse-power
Ames engine; also Brunßen-Pitts 40
--inch separator. Call on J. Gilbert, at
Laguna ranch house, or D. Neuhart,
151 South Broadway.
We are now located in our new build
ing, 717 and 719 North Main street, and
extend a general invitation to the public
to visit the 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
R. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone 165.
O. G. Johuson, notary, has removed to 213
Weßt First street, opposite old office.
Railway companies antagonize ticket brokers,
but Anthony Schwarurn, 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 20ti N. Spring street,
Temple block.
The biby.aljo papaand mamma.prefer I). &
8. Homnjopathic Cough aud Croup Syrup to any
Major and Mrs. 'folhite, of Seattle,
are visiting this city.
Colonel Moaby, of San Francisco, was
in the city yeeterday.
Charles E. Lamborn of the Northern
Pacific railroad, ia in the city.
Mrs. L. K. Fisher, who has been con
fined to her bed for tbe past two
months with a very severe attack of
grippe, ia now convalescent and can re
ceive her frienda.
Mr. and Mra. H. M. Sale will enter
tain a party of frienda at dinner on
Mr. and Mra. S. B. Knight are in the
city. Mr. Knight ia general freight
agent of the Wabash road.
G. H. Nettleton, general manager of
the Kansas City, Fort Scott and Mem
phis railroad, ia in the city.
A. H. Hush, of San Francisco, is in
the city. He ia the manager of the
Crane Bros.' Manufacturing company.
J. E. Bleeckman of General Manager
Wade'a office, of the Southern Califor
nia railroad, and commodore, of the Re
dondo yacht club, ia back at hia deak
after an extended vacation.
A Little Misstatement in the Express
The Expreßß yeeterday contained the
following editorial:
"It is not uncommon for local cor
respondents of San Francisco papers to
clip bodily news articles from the Ex
press and send them forward as of their
own production. This iB bad enough,
but when such articles are credited to
some other local paper the offense is
still greater. The Examiner of Satur
day last c ntains evidence of the latter
sort. A long article from the Express,
giving the story of the O'Daniel-Don
nelly wife desertion, appears as a Los
Angeles 'special to the Examiner,' with
this beginning: 'Another sensational
concealment of identity was published
in today's Herald.' It is evident from
this that the Examiner's correspondent
has his lair in the Hkrald office. But
devotion to the interests of his paper
scarcely warrants the substitution of
the Herald's name for that of the Ex
press in such cases."
San Francisco correspondents would
probably gladly clip news from the Ex
press if it afforded them the opportunity.
As it does not, they depend on the
morning papers. The story alluded to
above as "from the Express," was writ
ten by a Herald reporter while the Ex
press force was in its usual condition
and was exclusively published in this
paper. It was telegraphed to the Ex
aminer the same night and held over by
that paper until the next day, when
together with some later developments,
it was published.
By the way, speaking of the amenities
of the profession, the Express clipped
some time ago a special dispatch to the
Hekai.d from San Jacinto, and printed
it as an Associated Press report. The
same day it reprinted the Dunbar-
Burnett story from the Herald, in both
instances omitting to give any credit;
possibly this was because of that tired
feeling in the morning which character
izes that paper's r. y. jays.
Mrs. Crofts and Her Injuries—News
Notes and Gossip.
Special Correspondence to the Hkrald. |
Redlands, Feb. 29.
Mrs. George H. Crofts, who was so
badly hurt in the runaway on Saturday
afternoon, ia resting nicely and is under
tbe care of Dr. Spoor. In addition to a
badly broken wrist and several bruises
she has a bad gash on her forehead, two
inches and a half long, which penetrates
the flesh to the bone. Her many friends
wish her a speedy recovery.
M. A. Clark is visiting in Pasadena
for a few days.
J. A. Best, a San Diego hardware
man, was in the city Monday.
Al Ellington, of F. N. Braun & Co.,
was a guest of Ed Andrews on Sunday.
H. H. Pratt, manager of the Sloan
house, haa left for a business trip to Se
attle and other northern points.
Engineer Butler, of the Bear Valley
Irrigation company, is confined to his
room witb la grippe and malaria.
Mias Ensula Huntington, Miss Ida
Vale and Charles Buddington were
sight-seeing in Redlands on Sunday.
Mrs. A. H. Pratt and Miss Severy have
returned from a week'B trip to San
Diego, and report having a splendid
Mr. Oscar Fay and Miss Addie Mcc of
San Bernardino were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Byrne and J. A. Doyle, on
G. W. Wear, of Columbuß,o., stopped
over in Redlands Monday. He is on
his way to San Francißco, and remarked
that Redlands was "out of sight."
The Vale orchestra, of San Bernar
dinC, will furnish music for the Red
lands dancing club, who will give an
other delightful party at the Lugonia
opera house Tuesday evening.
Ed Doran, the Hkkai.d news agent, is
organizing a band of gymnasts, and is
working to have a gymnasium Btarted
here. It is a good move and our stal
wart young men should see the scheme
More Men Who Want to Run for
The fight among the Republican poli
ticians for the congressional nomination
continues to be very lively. All the old
candidates are still in the field, and new
ones are cropping up every day. The
latest to be mentioned is Col. S. O.
Houghton, who is likely to give Messrs.
Lindley, Hazard, Johnson, Spence, et
al., a bard tussle.
Colonel Houghton represented this
district some twenty years ago, when
the district contained all the territory
which is now in the fourth, fifth, sixth
and seventh districts, and contrived to
get two-thirds of all the appropriations
ever obtained for San Pedro harbor.
Major Bonebrake, it is rumored, will
also jump into the ring, as his appoint
ment to Japan appears to have been
"hung up.''
He Is Brought Before the Court on a
Writ of Habeas Corpus.
Attorney Tanner yesterday appeared
before Judge Smith of the superior
court on behalf of Peter Smith, who was
brought before the court on a writ of
habeas corpus. Mr. Tanner asked for
the diacharge oi Smith on the broad
ground that the evidence was inaufli
cient to hold him. Smith waa charged
with aasault on a woman at Santa Mon
ica and the evidence aubmitted waa of a
voluminoua character. Judge Smith
took the case under advisement and will
give a decision Thursday.
Must Be Sold This Week.
Five acrea of choice bearing land at
$325 per acre, which will produce $100
per acre per annum. Addreea Owner,
F. O. box 655, Los Angeles, California.
All the objections to the parlor organ are at last done away with by thia new
invention. It has seven full octavea, and looks exactly like a tine upright piano.
There are no stops in view, and the instrument ia worked by two pedals exactly
like thoee on a piano, and a 6-year-old child ia able to work them with ease. The
delicacy and variety of its tones are wonderful, and the touch so light and quick
that the moat difficult piano pieces can be executed thereon without difficulty. It
is a marvelous improvement upon the parlor organ, and baa created a great sensa
tion in musical circles. The price ia not very much higher than that of the
ordinary organ. Thia delightful instrument is for sale only at
2-M lm ___
.'. Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Stricture, Piles,
s Chronic, Blood and Skin Diseases, Varicocele, Blad
der, Liver, Throat and Lung Troubles, Seminal
Emissions and all unnatural drains on the system;
Constipation, Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood and
all disorders of the Genito-Urinary organs.
Our STAFF BUROEON gives every case his PERSONAL AT
TENTION. No matter what your trouble is, a FREE CONSUL
TATION may save you years of suffering.
-2LADIES' departments
is charge of an eminent Specialist, with years of experience in
treating the delicate disorders of women, All matters, whether
by mail or In person, sacredly confidential.
t- 230 SOUTH MAIN STREET, - - Over llammam Baths.
Ofkick Hours—9 a. m. to 9p. m. Sundays—lo to 1 only.
The Robbery of the Fairehild House—Re
covery of the Stolen Goods—Young
Dillon Confesses and Implicates His
Constable Rogers of Justice Stanton's
court yesterday arrested Charles Dil
lon, a boy of 18 years, at Boyle Heights,
for burglary. On the 23d of last month
Willie Van Steinberg, from the Heights,
was sent to Whittier as an incorrigible.
Before he was taken away he confessed
to taking part in a number of thefts
and burglaries, and among the latter
was the one for which Dillon was
arrested. A Mr. Faircbild, a neighbor
of the Dillon family, is the complaining
witness in the case. Mr. Fairchild's
house was broken into several days ago,
and the thieves got away with a fine
shotgun, five gold and jeweled breast
pine, a lot of relics and curios, several
boxes of cartridges and other articles of
value. Besides taking these articles the
burglars indulged in several acts of van
dalism. They broke up some bric-a
brac and smashed a $12 meerschaum
Faircbild did a little detective work
on hie own account, and ascertained
with reasonable certainty that young
Dillon bad taken part in the work.
He therefore went to the young man,
and, on account of friendship for Dillon's
parents, offered to let tbe young thief
off if the stolen goods were returned.
The young reprobate was obdurate, how
ever, and the case was turned over to
the authorities. The Dillon house was
searched on a warrant, and <tll the
stolen articles were found. The boy
then weakened, and after his arrest last
night made a confession, giving the
names of his associates in tbe job. He
stated that they had visited the house
twice to carry off the booty. Several
arrests may consequently be expected
in the case today.
Trains Which Run Too Fast —News
Special Correspondence to the Hkrald. |
Pomona, Feb. 28th.
Many of the freight trains of the
Southern Pacific company pass through
Pomona with breaks relaxed and throttle
open. At least tbat is tbe way it ap
pears to the observer. The state law
that prohibits trains running through
towns at a greater rate of speed than
twenty-four miles per hour does not
seem to apply very effectively in these
cases. The view of people who travel
on the streets that cross the track is, as
a rule, obstructed by buildings, so that
a serious accident might happen
at any time when the trains pass
through at lightning speed.
R. 8. Bassett is still confined to his
home by a prolonged attack of la grippe.
He is slowly improving, but is unable
yet to be out.
Hon. J. E. McComas has been con
fined to his house again for a week, on
account of the swelling in his face
caused by la grippe. He is now able to
be out again.
A large force of men and teams are at
work putting out trees, plowing and
leveling the large tract of land of Mr.
Brady and others on Holt avenue eaßt.
Charles French, one cf our oldest res
idents, goes in a few dayß to Atlanta,
having secured the general agency for the
entire south of The Temple of Health,
a proprietary medicine manufactured in
San Francisco.
The Copeland liquor trial was post
poned yesterday until March 9th, on ac
count of H. T. Gage, the defendant's at
torney. Nothing new has arisen yet in
the liquor fight, but it is pretty gener
ally announced that prosecutions for
visiting plaoes where liquors are sold
will be entered into vigorously and in
Some of our Pomona people contem
plate going to the vicinity of Indio to
locate government land. The summers
are pretty warm out there, but this fact
will enable the fruit and vegetable
raisers to supply tbe markets a month
or two earlier than any other place can.
Some of our people are also talking of
seeking investments in the Salt river
and other valleys in Arizona, where
lands aye cheaper. Well, it is well
enough for them to try the delights of
some other place ior awhile, the inevit
able result and outcome is they return
to Pomoua imbued with the idea that
this place is good enough.
Mr. Henry Mylander, a well-known tailor of
Baltimore, writes: "I have been suffering for
6ome time with a severe pain in my hack from
which 1 was unable to obtain relief. I gave
Salvation Oil a trial, and less than a bottle en
tirely cured me. I do not hesitate to pronounce
it a most excellent liniment."
Cheap Lumber.
Before purchasing lumber it will be to your
advantage to letClark & Humphreys figure your
bill. Office, 123V> West Second street.
WHEN YOU WANT a nobby hat go to the
Los Augeles Hat Co., 119 North Spring street.
Napa Soda at Woollacott's, 124 N. Spring.
Constable Weller Brings Them Home
to Their Parents.
Constable Weller of San Diego re
turned two pretty girls to their homes
in thia city yeaterday, he having taken
them from a house of ill-fame in that
place at the demand of their parenta.
One of them ia a daughter of a well
known attorney, and the other ia a
Spring-street buaineaa man's child.
Neither of them are yet 17 yeara old,
and having been on the wrong road but
a short time their reformation may be
It is said that the girls viaited Santa
Monica some months ago, when they
foolishly yielded to the invitations of
the young men they were with to drink
some beer. The result was that they
became unconscious and their ruin was
effected. They were then induced to
visit San Diego with tbe result above
stated. ('.instable Weller returned
tbem to their parents yesterday, where,
it is to be hoped, they will remain here
Vanilla -"j Of perfect purity.
Lemon -I Of great strength.
Almond -| Economy In their U3O
Rose etc.?-] Flavor as delicately
and dellclously as the fresh fi-ul**
Throat Disease*, Asthma, Bronchitis and
Successfully treated by
137 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.,
By his Aerean system of practice, which con
stats of proper Medicated Inhalations and
Compound Oxygen Treatment.
Bronchitis is an inflammation of the mucous
membrane of the bronchial tubes, and is one of
the most common of the pulmonary affections,
chronic bronchitis more often appears later in
li fe. When a cold settles on the lungs the disease
either ends in bronchitis or pneumonia. If it
ends in bronchitis it usually passes off as a cold
ou the chest, and still the patient docs not feel
entirely well. He feels tired and languid, and
is incapable of taking his usual amount of
exercise, and experiences a shortness of breath
with more or less warmth in the palms of the
hands. Soon after this a cough appears, ac
companied by an expectoration of thick mu
cous, followed by a hectic flush, loss of flesh
and strength, and night sweats continue, when
the patient assumes all the appearance of hay
ing a genuine case of consumption. But this
is simply catarrh of the lungs or chronic bron
The patient usually dies from exhaustion
and suffocation, being unable to expectorate
the mucous which accumulates in the passage
leading to the luugs, which in some eases Is
sticky and small in quantity, but more com
monly copious, of a light straw or yellowish
Ury Bronchitis—This disease, the very oppo
site of the above, is a very common affection.
Very many people, who regard themselves as
quite healthy, are today under its influence,
and are slowly but surely becoming the vic
tims of this treacherous complaint. This is
the most insidious of all pulmonary diseases.
There may at first be a slight, hacking cough
and an expectoration of a bluish white mu
cous. And herein lies the danger. This mu
cous, Inhabiting the air cells of the lungs, be
ing difficult to raise, after a time becomes solid
ified, permanently obstructing portions of the
lungs, causing shortness of breath and a feeling
of oppression on the chest, particularly after
meals or on slight exertion. After a time the
cough becomes more severe and comes on ln
paroxysms, and as the shortness of breath in
creases it almost assumes the character of asth
ma. The mucous membrane also becomes
more and more thickened,which arises from tbe
frequent fresh colds, and the patient at last
becomes fully aware of the terrible changes that
have taken place aud theiuevitable results that
are to follow.
Without courage and perseverance nothing is
curable, but with these, aided with our Medi
cated Inhalations and Compound Oxygen
Treatment Bronchitis can be cured even after
the lungs are extensively diseased.
If impossible to call personally at the office,
write for list of questions and medical treatise
sent free. ■ Address.
137 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.
Correct fitting of Glasses and Lenses ground
to order our specialties. Oculists' prescrip
tions carefully filled. Artificial Byes on
hand. 3 1 3m
[Ipeck, sharp A NEITZKE CO.,
II Undertakers and Kmbalmers.
| No. 140 North Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
|j Always open. Telephone No. 61.
To boom our shoe department we offer special
inducements for the coming week.
Ladies' exceptional qual ty dongolaopera toe
slippers, made by K. P. Dodge & Co., sell all
over for 11.50,
Curtis A Wheeler's hand-made French don
gola kid, latest pattern shoes, in patent tips or
plain, all widths and lasts,regul*i 54.50 quality,
The P. Cox Co.'s fine hand-made ladles' but
ton shoes, our regular St grade, %11 widths aud
lasts, at
Ladles'extra qpallty of pebble goat or don
gola kid button shoes, as good a quality as is
usually sold at 18, will be offered you specially.
Manufactured by luaalls A fon of Lynn, Mass.,
warranted to give porfect satisfaction, price
Three special lines of ladles' Oxfords, all
manufactured by one of the best manufacturers
in the United States. Tho prices will be
$1.50, $2,50 and $3.50
You cannot touch their line In any shoe house
ln the country at less than $1 a pair advance at
best. Every pair warranted.
Hunan it Son's $0 men's button shoes at
Hunan ,fc Son's extra tine men's French calf
shoes for
Hanan A Son's ?fl grade of hand-made French
patent leather, with cloth or leather uppers.l
The cheapest men's shoe oversold wll 1 be the
line of Lilly, Krackett & Co.'s French calf
shoes ln all the latest styles, at
Children's fine dongola shoe, extension sole,
patent leather tip. give splendid wear, 0 to 8,
• 1.25; BJ*tolO'i, »1.50; 11 t02,»1.78.
Lilly. Brackett A Co.'s boys' shoes, the best
made in the United States. Every pair war
Men's Wear.
Our line of 50c neckwear, all new goods in
Tecks and four-ln hands,
Men's extra grade of seamless finished socks,
Men's imparted fast color, full finished,
striped hosiery, 25c grade,
12 1 -2c
Men's superfine socks, full finished, highest
grades of hosiery, odd sizes culled from our
35c to 75c qualities,:
Men's laundered shirts, extra quality bosoms
and muslin, as good as any SI shirt sold,
Grey flannel overshlrts, extra long and extra
full cut, manufactured expressly for us. reduced
from tl to
You can buy fall underwear at the rate of 50c
on the dollar.
Men's gray underwear sold for $1,
Men's natural gray underwear sold for tl .50,
Men's scarlet medicated, all-wool, sold' for
Men's French fur felt crushers, In a quality
sold all over town at S2 50, we offer ln all
shapes, all new spring colors, at
Boys' and young men's French fur felt crush
ers, with handsome wit i n linings, in the newest
shapes, worth SI, we offer f0r.50
Boys' Clothing.
We offer a line of boys' union casslmerc suits
in a variety of patterns, that are well worth
A variety of suits well worth 53.50 and S4
we offer at
Various lines of all-wool cassimere and tweed
suits, best material and canvas used in making
mits, goods that sold from S5 to 57.50 we offer
We are showing all our spring effects in
trimmings, hats, flowers, etc., although our
formal opening will not take for two or
three weeks yet. We are showing some fancy
chip crowns with fancy edge braid ln children's
shapes, goods tbat are worth $1.50,
Our millinery this season will start with a
child's sailor hat at 15c that we formerly sold
at 25c, and will run np to hats untrimmed as
high as SI apiece. Our flowers likewise, and
our trimmings in the same proportion. Our
millinery is catering to all classes of trade from
the cheapest to the very finest. Our San Fran
cisco store handles nothing but the very finest
of millinery effects, and as our buyer purchases
the same goods for both houses, we'get the
finest creations ln millinery, as well as the
class of merchandise for people whose tastes
are not so extravagant. As we handle more
goods tban all the millinery stores ln this town
combined, and as we sell our goods at the same
ratio of profit as we do everything else in onr
house, it stands to reason that you can buy
better and cheaper things in this line from us
than you can anywhere else along the street.
Spring Jackets,
We have received a varied assortment of
some different, styles ln spring jackets but our
entire line will be very large and choice.
Navy blue cloth jackets, $2.50.
Navy blue cloth jackets with embroidered
collars. 52.75.
Reefers of various colors at $4.50, $5, and
Bedford cord jackets in handsome shapes,
well made and trimmed, at
Drapery Department.
We are having a largo sale of lace curtains
curtain neis, and bed sots. We told you about
it_ lastweek, and the values are the best ever
ottered in this community, if you have any
wauts In this direction wo would advise you to
take advantage of our present offering.
Haying completely sold out onr lines of 250
hose In both fast black and balbrlggaa colors,
until they arrive in stock again, we are forced
to reduce our 38c hoseto2Sc,and acorrespond
ing reduction ln the better grades.
Dress Goods.
This department is now crammed-jammed
with the finest stock of goods this house has
ever displayed, and the values are scarcely
credible, they are gigantic for the money.
54-in. all wool Bedford cord Butts, worth
double the price asked, sold only by the pat
tern, all new shadings,
54 m. fancy cross woave suitings, Imported,
sold only by the pattern, all wool and hand
some quality,
Bedford cord pattern suits with silk side
border, make up equal to any $25 suit, offered
All wool dress goods, :IS-In. wide, in Invisible
stripes, in visible plaids, cross weaves, zigzags,
shot effects, etc., our regular 50c line.
Gilbert's all wool 40 in. dress sacking In a
variety of colors, new goods just at hand,
regular value 50c,
40-ln. Bedford cord with satin sUpes and
very latest novelty, surah serges, Henriettas, ln
tbe very tluest dress goods and newest oolor
Best value ever offered by this hou-e is a lino
of 54-in. all wool plaid aud checked cloth in
very handsome designs, to sell at
Schcuer, Rott & tie. fine French challles ln
40 distinct patterns, wool, made in France,
goods that sell every day in the week at 75c,
Our black drew goods department claims
your attention, because It sells you the best
value for the money purchasable ln this market.
All-wool black cashmeres, serges, henriettas,
camel's hslr and albatross, all Imported goods,
double fold, 40-in. wide, all wool, at c
40-inch all wool black serge, henrietta
or drap de Alma, goods that we have been al
ways selling at tl per yard, that we consider a
good value at Jl .25, we are offering at
Fancy black weaves in figures, dots, scrolls,
stripes, and new designs, goods that are worth
81. 25 a yard, we are offering to increase trade at
Best quality of Indigo blue calicoes, ordinarily
sell 12 yards for fl, we are offering 16 yards
Place on sale today a line of fancy printed
muslins, goods that are marked in stock to sell
at 12Kc per yard,
c 1-4-0
Fancy dress effects in cotton fabrics, the
handsomest line of choice goods that we have
ever shown, being reproductions ol the finest
French printings,
8 1 -3C
Light colored prints, new patterns, new
?oods, best quality manufactured, 20 yards
or IX
Klderdown flannels, ln fancy colors and
stripes, being our regular 50c quality, we have
reduced to
Double fold wrapper flannels, 36 inches wide,
we are desirous of closing out at
A line of c cotch outing flannels, we call your
attention to as costing 51c per yard to land in
this country, we will sell at
A line of domestic outing flannels, the nicest
goods shown an'where under 25c, handsome
Btripes, soft aud lleecy goods,
Our line of dress ginghams, new spring
effects, no old, hist year's chestnuts,
A line of Scotch ginghams, we warrant the
colors fast and cloth the best and finest, within
100 per yard of the price asked. If they fadeln
the washing we will give you another dress
for it.
The handsomest printed effect this season, in
a Bedford cord, we are offering an unusually
large line at
A material Bomewhat similar, although not
such a well defined cord, ln choice printings,
called Chevron, are offering at
All linen damask towels 2 feet wide and 4,
feet long, lv pink, blue and gold borders, being
our regular 35 c towel, special at
Our line of cotton wash fabrics is unusually
large, handsome, and for quality unusually low
Black sateens ln figure?, checks, fancy weaves,
all self colored, are soiling remarkably fast, be
ing worth 50c, at
Fancy Scotch ainghama with silk stripes, and
open effects, a quality you ordinarily payDOc
for, are offered at
Lace effect chambrays, something entirely
new, goous that have sold as high as 35c, we
are offering at
Yard wide percales, extra heavy cloth, qual
ity worth 25«, made expressly for the finest
class of shirt waist manufacturers.
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