United States Signal Service.
Report of observations taken at Loa Angeles,
January 15, 1890:
0:07 i. h.
5:07 p. m.
Max. tern., 59; mln. tem.,'3B,
Bam Francisco, January 15 .—Forecast till
Bp. m , Thursday, for California: Rain.
T. Witkinß was in from San Gabriel
• G. W. Frink returned from San Fran
6. 6. Hall, of Santa Monica, is lying
Colonel W. S. Newhall, of San Fran
cisco, is visiting in the city.
District Attorney Fay, of Kern county,
is in the city on legal business.
Pete Harvey, General Agent of the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad, is in the
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weber, of Phil
adelphia, are in tbe city for a few weeks'
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mauzy, of Rueh
ville, Indiana, are among tbe visitors to
G. O. Williams, a prominent attorney
of Rockford, 111,, is in Los Angeles on
Mrs. J. P. Jones, wife of Senator Jones,
will etart for Washington the latter part
of the week.
Dr. Darling, who has been confined to
his bed for the past three weeks, is now
Lieutenant J. A. Dapray, now stationed
at, Ban Francisco, is visiting his brother
Mrs. S. Levy, of New York, is here on
a short visit to her sons, Milton R. and
William R. Levy.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Brery, of New
York, will spend the winter in California.
They arrived yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, of
Banta Monica, will leave today for New
York, their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hendrickson, of
St. Paul, aro here to escape the winter
blizzards in their home country.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bridge, Mrs. D. A.
Cole and son and Mrs. F. N. Davis and
son, ol Denver, arrived yesterday for a
D. Cf. Stone, who has for some time
served as paying teller in the City Bank,
has resigned his place to go to San Fran
cisco, where a very desirable position
awaits him. Mr. Stone has a large ac
quaintance in this city, and hia departure
will be much regretted by his friends,
although they congratulate him on his
Jas. D. Schuyler, of San Diego; George
Finck, New York; Jas. 8. Pollask, San
Diego; J. G. Bmith, New Westminster,
8.C.; John G. Smith, Dallas, Texas;
J. H. Lamson, Pasadena; Jss H. Grant
Gold Hill; N. P. Richards and wife,
Pueblo, Colo.; W. G. Heudriekson and
wife, St. Paul; 1). W. Kean and family,
Chicago; Mhx Munk, San Antonio, Tex. ;
H. B. Porter, New Mexico; J. H.
Manzy and wife, Ruahville, Ind., are at
F. N. Meegan, Kansas City; Jas. P.
Jones, John A. Kavhen and E. H. Mil
ler, San Diego; N. F. Handy, Carson
City, Col.; E. K. Smith, Chicago; A. D.
Jones, New York; Albert Kinney, Santa
Monica; J. H, Kercheval, Oakland; G.
Coblentz, T. R. Hutchinson, Louis C
Brown, E. B. S rong, J. D. Sanson and
Dr. M. F. Barnes, San Francisco; Chas.
F. Hudson, Illinois; Fred A. Moore,
Banta Barbara; J. W. Rich, New York;
Jas. E. Mack, San Bernardino; J. L
Bridge and wife, Mrs. D. A. Cole and
son, Mrs. F. N. Davis and son, Denver,
Col.: J. A. Dapray, U. 8. Army ; Alvin !
Fay, Bakersfield; H. M. French and
wife, Boston; J. Rogerson and wife, M.
Doherty and wife, Chicago; J. W. Dru
doff and wife, Scranton, Pa.; F. D. Ban
ning, St. Paul, Minn.; J. Bronaugh, Jr..
H. C. Muir, Nicholasville, Ky.; W. J.
Moorhead, Louis Krnger, Denver, Col.,
are at the Hollenbeck.
The following are the arrival* at the
Hotel Nadeau: Max Engel, New York;
A. Caro, San Francisco; J. A. Tildin,
Boston; T. H. Cullen, Chicago; W. VV.
McCoy, San Bernardino; Charles Dick
son, M. A. Kennedy, New York; Helen
Russeil, New Jersey; Herbert Archer
and wife, Philadelphia; Henerita Lander,
Boston; D. Poener, New York, L. F.
Lainanie, Boston; Z, V. Sage, W. H.
Dozori, Denver; Edward A. Ewing, Eli
Woods, Chicago; W. K. McCoy, Syra
cuse, N. V.; J. B. Tirris, Lyons, N. V.;
D. H. Parest, Signor Sonon, Alex. L.
Weil, George W. Frink, San Francisco;
E. R. Brandon, city ; T. Witkins, San
Gabriel; Charles H. Lombard, Chicago;
Mrs. J. H. Pocock, Annie Pocock, St.
Louis; A. R. Kren, Chicago; M. J.
Brooks, Whittier; H. 8. L. Bruno, San
Bernardino; Edwin H Sawyer, «?anta
Barbara; Sherman Smith, city; W. H.
Winston, Delaware; J. A. Wilson, Del
Mar; A. L. Clark, Fairview; Johii F.
Berry and wife, New York Oity.
Nellie L. Briggs brings suit for a di
vorce from her husband, Alvah K.
Rev. Dr. Ormieton, of Pasadena, wiil
preach in the First Presbyterian church
tonight at 7:30 p. m.
The horizontal tax matter was before
Judge Wade yesterday. It will take
several days to close the evidence.
Good Wdl Lodge, No. 313,1. O. G. T.,
will meet hereafter on Saturday even
ings, in the A. O. U. W. hall, No. 11l
Sonth Main street, near Second.
Transfers of real estate yesterday
amounted to $58,708, and were 28 in
number. Of these 9 were for more
than $1,000 each, and 10 were for
The Morris Vineyard Lodge No. ltG,
I. 0. Q. T., held an anniversary social in
Union hall, corner of Qrand avenue and
Morris street, last night. A good pro
gramme had been prepared for the occa
An entertainment will be given at the
South Pasadena hotel and sanitarium
on Saturday evening. Those whowi.ll
assist in the programme are Rev. A. Vf.
Bunber, Misa Klipstein, Mrs. Clara M.
Mott, Mrs. H. Tyler Wilcox, Miss Mamie
THE LQ3 AJSQELE3 DAILY HERALD: THURSDAY MuKKINq, JANUARY 16, L 8&0.
Wood, Mies M. Edwards, W. P. Ham
mond. Mr. Brainard, Mrs. L. C. Powers,
Miss L. Rust and Miss Rose Ashmead.
' Rev. C. W. Heisler, Secretary of the
Union Ministerial Association, has called
a special and important meeting of the
members, to be held at 10 o'clock this
morning in the study of Rev. H. W.
Crabbe, corner of Eighth and Hill
streets. The business is important and
urgent, and a full attendance is re
County Recorder Francis, in patting
his powers of locomotion to a more
severe test than is judicious for a man of
his avoirdupois, sustained a painful
sprain of tbe calf. Tbe accident hap
pened Tuesday evening, and in conse
quence thereof he spent a sleepless
night, and his movements yesterday in
the discharge of his official duties were
not so spry as is his wont.
The Rev. H. 0. Judd, for (he past two
years rector of tre Church of St.
Augustine, Santa Monica, has been
elected assistant minister of Christ
church parish in this city; Rev. T. W.
Haskins, rector. Rev. Mr. Judd, for
ten years previous to bis removal to the
West, labored in Charleston and
Columbia, S. C. In the latter city he
retired from one of tbe largest parish
works in the South, on account of im
paired health. Having entirely recuper
ated since coming to California, Mr.
Judd will now enter actively upon duty
as one of the clerical force in Los An
The junior classes of the Los Angeles
Athletic Club commenced yesterday
afternoon. There was quite a large at
tendance of young folks who are com
mencing their physical culture. The
next meeting of the club will be on Sat
urday morning at 10 o'clock. For the
ten days ending yesterday 225 members
of the club have taken lessons in the
gymnasium. The afternoon classes are
rapidly increasing in popularity, and the
attendance averages between twenty and
thirty each day. Soto, the boxing
teacher, and Mr. Bessing, the general
instructor, have their hands full. To
morrow night a reception will be given
to the ladies.
R. D. List, Notary Public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. 18 8. Spring. Depositions taken.
Delinquent Tax List.
The delinquent assessment roll of the
city is now being published in the Ex
press. It covers a space of eighty-seven
columns, but the amount is not near an
heavy as it was last year. The delin
quent sale will take place on February
6th, and it is likely that before that time
a large proportion of the taxes due will
be paid and that comparatively speaking
very little will go to eale.
At the Western Union Telegraph office,
corner Court and Main streets, January
15, 1890: Miss Anglina Lachman, Sal
lied Suoulds (colored), Albert Snade,
Samuels, Chas. D. Chase.
Tbe Red Letter Sale
A pronounced succes*. (-oodaare going off
vcy rapidly; evfrybody surprised at the low
prices. No wonder we ore 6o busy; m ney may
be ever so scarce, but give ihe public the
bargains and they will produi eit We are
fioing to clean out the stock iv both our stores,
and have cut deep into former prices. Deduct
the Red Letter prices from the old prices and
you can see how much you save on every pur
chase. Everything is below special sale prices,
we mention only a few articles, and see ij you
can't save money.
Printed border handkerchiefs, 2c.
Brocaded silk handkerchiefs, isc.
Or Unci lac», 2J s c a yard.
Silk < handily lace, nlack, 9c a yard.
Ladies' fist black hosiery, 11c a pair.
French woven corsets. 69c.
Metal dress buttons, all colors, 5c a dozen.
Ladies' night gowns, 65c.
Lace tidies, i l £c
Gents' linen c .liars, lc each.
Embroidery, lc a yard.
No. 12 fancy edge ribbon, all colors, 8o a
Ladies' colored black and red corsets, 39c a
Children's Marseilles bibs, 3c each.
American lace, 3)4 inches wide, 3c a yard,
lin dot veling, sua yard.
Children s bonnets, 20c.
Ladies' balbriggan bote, 9c a pair.
Childrea's all-wool cashmere hose, 15c a
iadies' Saxony wool shirts, 60c.
CAN't YOU SAVE MONEY BUYING AT SUCH PKICES,
Infantß' merino shirts, 25c.
Ladies' silk vests, 75c
Ladies' Mother Hubbard wrappers, $1.00.
S'lk plush mats 15c.
silk pon pons, 2c.
Ladies' jerseys, all colors, 39c
Ladies' silk monkey hair murls, 50c.
yards long blanke.s, 89c a pair.
Braid set dress trimmings, 43c a set of 5
Double fold dress goods, 16s a yard.
Plaid flaunel, 24c a yard.
Turkey red table linen, 21c a yard.
CAN'T YOU SAVE HONS V BUYING AT SUCH PBIOEB.
Bilk braid dresß trimmings, 35c a yard.
Bead collars, 20c each.
Cashmere Persian band trimmings, gold
embroidered, 45c a yard.
Turk is ti bath towels, 10c each.
Gents' One merino thirts and drawers, 29c
All-wool cardigan jackets, S9c o»eh.
Men'h fine pc.cale shirts, with collars and
cuffs, 59c each
bents' British sox, 11c a pair.
vents' silk and satin dress cravats, 100 each.
Brocaded velveteens, 23c a yard.
And so on right through the stock. High
grade of goods reduced accordingly.
Wineburgh's, 209-211 8. Spring St.
Pianos and orgaus, on easy install
ments, at 0. E. Day's music store, 8 N.
The Finest Turkish Baths
On the Coast are at the Ham mam, 124S3Uth
Fortify the System Against Colds
By taking the Turki,h bath.
Beecham's pills cures nervous ills.
Try "Pride of the Family" soap.
In Its Worst Form—** White Swell
The remarkable effect of Hood's Sarsaparilla In
the following case illustrates the power of thia
medicine over all blood diseases:
"My son, 7 years old, had a white swelling
come on his right leg below the knee, which con
tracted the muscles so that his leg was drawn up
at right angles. Physicians lanced the swelling,
which discharged freely, but did not help him
materially. I considered him
A Confirmed Cripple.
I was about to take him to Cincinnati for an op
eration, expecting his leg would have to be taken
off, and began giving him Hood's Sarsaparilla in
order to get up his strength. The medicine woke
up his appetite, and soon pieces of hone wero
discharged from the sore. We continued with
Hood's Sarsaparilla, as it seemed to be doing him
so much good, and the discharge from the sore
decreased, the swelling went down, the leg
straightened out, and in a few months he had
perfect use of his leg. He is now apparently aa
well as ever." John L. McMubray, Notary Pub
lic, Ravenswood, W. Va.
Sold by druggißts. $1; six for $5. Prepared only
by C.I. HOOD <fc CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mast.
100 Doses One Dollar
' -iTtZ.,, ocom-y- sa '
The powder never vanes. A model of purity
and wnolsomeneßS. More eocnomioal than the
ordinary kinds, and oannot be sold in oompe
ition with tho multitudes of low test, short
weight, slnm of phonphate powders. Sold only
in can;, riOTAL Bailing Powdeb C 0,106 Wall
SJtV »v3Ct THI JOHNSON LOOK! MKROAN-
Hlk 00.,8anVTanolsoo.Acenti. J«-4m
HANK g s\aTEBIbSN tS.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
—OP THE —
STATE LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY OF
Jannary 1, 1890 Commenced business
Cash on hand $60,507 53
Cash in Banks 12,869 47
Total Caßh $ 73,377 00
Loans 481,178 19
Stocks, bonds and warrants 11,699 20
T«xcs 371 63
Fixtures 9,305 55
Capital (paid in) $300,181 00
Profit and Loss 9,393 08
Deposits 266,358 14
Statu of California, j
County of Los angklks, j
Geo. H. Bonebrake, President, and S. B.
Hunt, Secretary, of the State Loan and Trust
Company of Los Angeles, being severally duly
sworn, each for himself, says the foregoing
statement is true, to the btvt of his knowledge
GEO. H. BONEBRAKK, President.
8. B. HUNT, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 2d
day of January, 1890.
(seal ) RICHARD D. LIST, Notary Public.
(ji WORN STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
OF LOS ANGELES
At the close of business December 11, 1889.
Cash on hand $ 590.918 76
Cash on call with
banks and bank
ers 1,329,579 42
Total Available Cash $1,920,498 18
United States 4 per cent, and
other Government Bonds 64,292 78
Loans and Discounts 1,923.304 55
Stocks aud Warrants 45,617 10
Real Estate, Vaults, Safes and Of
fice Furniture 11,790 45
Capital (paid up) $500,000 00
Surplus 500.000 00
Undivided Profits 330,630 51
Due Depositors 2,633,872 55
Dividends (declared and uncalled
lor) 1,090 00
Isaias W. Hellman, President, and Ho.';
Fleishman, Secretary oi the Farmers and
Merchants Bank of Los Angeles, being sever
ally duly sworn, each for himseit, ays the
foregoing statement is true to the best oi his
knowledge and belief.
(Signed) IBAIASW. HELLMAN, President.
(Signed) H. J. FLKISHMAN. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 26th
day of 1 ecember. A D 1889.
(Signed) FREDERICK HARKNBB3,
(Seal.) Notary Public.
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STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
THE UNIVERSITY BANK
OF LOS ANGELES,
At the olose ol business on December 31, 1839.
Cash on hand $51,968 00
Cash due irom banks .. 52
Cash 011 call 5,422 51
$ 79.492 03
Loans 230,575 9'
Furniture and fixtures 2,796 77
Expenses and taxtß paid 9,051 20
Capital stock paid In $100,000 00
t?utplus 20,000 00
Undivided profits ii 1.380 82
Duo banks 71 96
Time deposits 64,470 45
Deposits subject to check 115,992 75
STATEMENT OF THE PAID-UP CAPITAL
UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELES,
On December 31, 1889.
Amount of Capital paid up in
United States gold coin $100,000 00
State of California, (
County of Los Angeles,! m "
R. M. Widney, President, and George L. Ar
nold, Cashier, of the University Bank of Los
Angeles, being severally duly sworn, each
for himself, says the foregoing Statement is
true to the best of his knowledge and belief.
R. M. WIDNKY, President.
GEO. L. ARNOLD, Cashier.
Subscribed and Bworn to before me. this 2d
day of January, A. D. 1890.
(seal.) W. S. JAMES,Notary Public.
J. C. CDMINGHAM,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
Tracks and Travelog Bags,
26 8. MAIN ST., Opp. Mott Market.
Repairing promptly attended to. Old trunks
taken in exchange. Orders called for and
delivered to all parts of the city. jl 3 m
Wagon Material, Hardwood.
Blacksmiths' Coal and Tool
Cabinet Woods, etc.
13 and 16 South toe Angeles Street
A Column Everyone Should
HOW MONEY MAY BE SAVED.
Local Manufacturing Enterprises—
Patroniee Them and Keep
Your Money at Home.
In this oolnmn will be found notices of a
number of niaoufacturiyg es ablishments of
Los Angeles All who are interested in the
prosperity of this city will admit tho necessity
of bnildinu up our maaufacturing industries
This can best be dcie by liberally patronizing
those we now have. A careful reading of tills
department will pay everyone.
FRANK A. WEIN3HANK,
PLI'IUBER, OAS ANY STEAM
128 E. Second Street. Telephone 136.
Machinery of all kinds repaired. General
Jobbing promptly attended to. jaB 3m
ANGELES TOOL WORKS,
F. T. BINGHAM, Proprietor.
iTlauufacturer of Knglnes and Ma
chinery of all Kinds.
Having enlarged the Brass Foundry, special
attention given to largo or small Brasß, Br nze,
German Silver and Zinc Castings, Gold, Silver
and Nickel Plating. Pattern aud Model Mak
ing a specialty.
THIRD STREET. BET FORT AND HILL.
jaB-lm Telephone 348.
RHODES & KEESE ELECTRIC CO.
Thomsuu-Hnuston System Arc and
Electric Bells, Hotel Annunciators, Burglar
Alarms, Electric Gas Lighting, Speaking
Tubes. B gart's Electrio Goh Burners,
Zimdar's Pneumatic Bells.
20 South Main Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
d! 8 lm Telephone 470.
THIS 18 NOT OUR WAY
This is OUR WAY of flttiuggi aan
We make the correct scientific adjusting of
glasses and frames our specialty, and guar
antee perfect fit. Testing of the eyes free.
PACIFIC OPTICAL INSTITUTE
NO. 18 SOUTH SPRING STREET,
Don't forget the number. o3 7m
THe Los Apgeles ornical Institute.
Scientific and Practical Optician.
109 N. MAIN STREET,
Opposite New U. 8. Hotel,
j 14 2m
I ; ISTCwi 5 : 5 LLINGSWORTMH
Head, throat and Lungs
Successfully treated by
M.HILTOJN WILLIAMS. M.D.
M. C. P. 8. 0.,
BY HIS COMPOUND OXYGEN
AND OT Jl XX
Catarrh, Bronchitis aud Consumption, etc ,
an now conceded to originate from living
Rermsor p-rasites, millions of which exist iv
Our Hot Medicated Inhalations kill and
destroy these germs \ hen nothing else
c«n reach them, while our COMPOUND
OKI GEN antagonizes and thoroughly re
moves every poison of the system
from the Blood, no matter from
what cause it exists or how lorig it has
continued, and is efficacious in the cure of
Catarrh, Throat Diseases, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Consumption, Nervous Prostration, In-omnia
and Dyspepsia, etc , together with any poisoned
coud tion of the blooa.
In all cases of Catarrh and other diseases of
the Respiratory Organs, where the system suf
fers from the deleterious effects of scrofula or
other vitiated condition of the blood local
treatment is invariably conjoined with consti
Persons desiring treatment by this system of
practice can use the remedies at home as well
as at our office, and winch will oause no incon
venience or hindrance to bui-iness whatever.
I have seen so many of these cases cured
that I do not consider any case hopeless, nn
loss the disease has advanced o tho chest and '
both lungs are seriously involved. The in
haiations aid us in dissolving the mucus aud in
oonnecting aud healing the cavities, which
nothing else can do with the same success.
The very b-ist of references from those al
i'no»e who desire to consult me In regard
to their oases had better call at the offic- for
an examination, but if impo- Bible to visit the
office per onally can write for list of questions
and circular, both of whioa will be Bent lree of
M. HILTON WILLIAMS. If. D .
,<T South Fort St., L,os Angeles, Cal.
Office honrt—From 9a. m. to 4 r. it.
Sundays—From 2 to 2:30 p. k.
Residence—ls South Grand Avenue
"By a thorongh knowledge of the natura'
laws which govern the operations of digestion
and nutrition, and by a careful apD'iCHtion of
tbe fine properties of well selected"Cocoa Mr
Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a
delicately flavored beverage which may ,aye
us many heavy doctors'bills It Is by the
judicious use o' such artie'es of diet that a con
stitution may begraiually built up until strong
enough to resist every tendency to discsse
Hundreds of subtile maladies are floating
around us ready to attack wherever there is »
weak point. We may escape many a fatal
i-haft by keepine oursslves well for ifled with
pu<-e blood aud a properly nourished iramo "
—Civil Service Gazette. Made simply » ith boil- 1
ing water or milk. Sold only in naif pound
tinf, by Grocers, labeled thus:
J tIUES EPFS A C'U.,Homo3onathioChem
ists. linndon, EnglaHd.
IjIABT BIDE LODGE, NO. 825, I. O. O. F.
-!i Meets every Tuesday evening In Odd Fel
lows' Hall, 510 Bank building, Downey aye.,
Bast Los Angeles.
Now is the time
Good, honest goods
At extremely low prices
For spot cash.
Overcoats at 20 per cent, discount.
Our elegant stock of Clothing,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, etc.,
At 10 per cent. off.
We must reduce our stock
Before February Ist
To make room for our
Large Spring Stock,
Now being bought in the
Eastern Markets by our
Mr. E. F. Mullen.
miiwrn & co,
Cor. Spring and First Sts,
I js l -6m
Retiring from Business.
WALTON & WACHTEL
Having decided to retire from business, offer their
entire stock of
In all grades, from the cheapest to the best made in the
This is the best opportunity ever offered in this city
to parties who contemplate Furnishing
Dwellings, Offices, Etc.
214, 216, 218 S. Spring Street.
WE ARE NOT
Retiring from Business
We carry the Largest, Newest and Beat Selected Stock of
FORI! CHE, CARPETS, SHADES, CURTAINS
WE WILL NUT b& undersold.
Los Angeles Furniture Compy,
259 261 NORTH MAIN ST., OPP. BAKER BLOCK. d19.1m *
HEADQUARTERS AT NO. 131 SOUTH MAIN STREET, FOR
MARTIN <fe WA.BHBTJRISr GUITARS
DUBSON'S Ac STEWART'S BANJOS.
Violin and Guitar Strings a f pecialty. Also a large assortment of musical Instruments.
CafCALL AND EXAMINE OUR GOODB.-^Ka
N B —All kinds of musical instruments bought, sold and exchanged. j»9-lm
JOE BAYER & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WINE and LIQUOR
29 NORTH MAIN ST. Telephone 38
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.
Have Removed their Office and Bottling Works to
Junction of Main, Mission and Chayez Streets,
Opposite Naua's "Warehous
Where they have enlarged the capacity of their Bottling Establishment which is
the best and largest on tho Coast. Their friends and patrons will be kindly
received by *
di7im JACOB ADLOFF. Qeneral Agent.
ti Speedy Cure Warranted.
DR BELL'S GERMAN EXTRACT CURES
all private Byphilino, ohroi le, urinary,
skin and blood diseases; catarrh, lung afTec
tions, female complaints, aud all such diseases
as are brought about by ii.discretion and ex
cesses; $1 No cure no pay. Dr. BellY
French Wasb cures all private (IWe«sts, blood
poison, old sores and ntcern, G. & G in two 01
three days $1. No preparation on earth equal
to it. For -ale only at tne BERLIN DRUG
STORE 405 South Spring street, Los Angeles
| Cal They have oyer 80,000 testimonials o
wonderful cures. oc9 6m
LADIES! MRS. DOSCH
Invites you to call at her
NEW STORE, 141 S. SPRING ST.,
Between Second and Third.
She will sell her elegant stock at cost to close
out with the seaion,
WSO.OO Hats, SI 6.00; SIO.OO Itats
•7.0O; «5;oo Hats, »;j.r,o.
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