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NOTES Waettlaar B areas. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, December 24,1893: Tim*. Bai\ Taar. BU'm W'd Vel W'tber 6:00 «Tn7.30.14 47 96 Nl 4 Rain. 6;00 p. »aj30.18 47 96 R 5 Rain. Maximum temperature, 52, Minimum temperature, 43, Rain fall neat 24 hours, .61. KalnfalHor season, 3.49. Indtoatlens. Forecast for Bouthern California: Showers, followed by clearing weather; slight tempers tare changes; light westerly winds. Tha football game between the Olives and San Diego teams has been postponed on account of rain. The game will proiablv be arranged ior Mew Voars Day. Cable oar No. 70, in charge of Con ductor Mendenhall, ran into tbo switch point comer Broadway and Seventh street last night. The only damage waa a short delay of traffic A disturbance was created at the chil dren's exercises of tbe First Presbyterian ehareh last night by a man—either a crank or drunk —rising and attempting to make a speech. He waa finally quieted. TJndeliv«red telegrams He at the Western Union Telegraph company's office, corner Court and Main streets, for Jennie Adams, John C. Brown, George P. Adams, T. P. Fraser, R. B. Doane, Mr. Hoffman. Street Superintendent Watson yester day gave the Salvation Army a roaeted bindquarter of beef, and fifty loaves of bread to be used at the dinner to the poor to be given at Music hall at half past 11 this morning. An incipient blaze was discovered in Mrs. Ferner's store, 300 North Main street, at 7:30 o'clock last night. The fire wbb extinguished without damage. It was caused by Borne ashes being care lessly left in the stove. The Sunday World made its appear ance yesterday in a moat Japanese dec orated cover and was full of good things to read, being a double number. Mr. Kubel, tbe editor and proprietor, uaed great skill and judgment in his selec tions and, as a result, produced a num ber that will undoubtedly be of profit to himself, as it iB a credit to tbe city. Tbe funeral of Thos. B. Sheahan of Providence, R. 1., a member of the Ancient Order of Foresters of America, took place today from tbe cathedral of St. Vibiana. The funeral was in charge of the Knights of Sherwood Forest and was participated in by membera of the varioue courts of American Forestry of the city. Mr. Sheahan came here about four years ago, an invalid, and although his life was prolonged by ths balmy climate of Southern California, he finally succumbed. He was a popular member of tbe order, and the large turnout at hia funeral wbb a deserved tribute to hiß memory. Beautiful Catalina Island. Regular steamer service from San Pedro. Two and a half hours' aail to a different country and charming climate. Inquire Wilmington Transportation company, 130 West. Second street. bnow in the Mountain*. In a few minutes Irom Echo Moun tain House thousands of Christmas trees all ready trimmed, along tbe line of tbe Mount Lowe railway. Through Cbriatmaa week and thereafter maple augar parties and turkey dinners. Now is the time to visit the mountains. See Los Angeles Terminal and Mount Lowe railway time card. JOTTINGS. Holiday Novelties At Heng Lee's, 505 N. Main st., Chinese ard Japanese bazar. A choice line of bric-a-brac and fancy ebiuiware. Manufactory for ladtea' underwear and gents' shirts aud furnishing goods at reduced prices. Complete stock. Wall Paper Down. We are going out of the wholesale business, and must sell retail at wholesale prices; will show goodj wilh pleasure whether you buy or uot. Chicago Wall i-ai'ck 237 c. priug .tract. Our Home Brew. Maier A. Zobeleln's lager, fresh from their brewery, on draught in all the principal sa loons; delivered promptly iv bottles or kegs. Ollice snd brewery, 414 Aliso street. Tele phone 01. Wall Paper At wholesale, good paper, i>c: pries ol hang in);, 10c. a roil: your chance now: get earn plea. 1. J. BAUaK, 237 a Boring. J.C. Cunningham. Manufacture and dealer In trunks aad travel ling bags, 230 8. Spring st. Tel. 818. Carpet Cleaning at Bloeser's. Satisfaction, promptness, reasonable; 4.51-50 fc. Broadtva.v. Tel. 427. If You Need a Truss. Csll at Keckwith'B pharmacy. 303 North Main. A nt guaranteed. A Modern Millinery Store. Hofiaian & Co., 240 8. Spring St. NOTICE TO IHI PUBLIC. Tha Pabst Brewing Company Receives the Highest Award at tba World's ■-air. In answer to numerous inquiries regarding the highest award for beer st the world's fair, we take pleasure in informing you, and reiter ating ths fact, that we have received under tbe ' authority of the bureau of awards the highest number of points on keg beer, on bottled beer and on the "Beit" Tonic. This constitutes the highest award, a com piste victory over tbe en tire world. Wklle the Bt Louis concern is still publicly aa*#rlvately uls-stating the facts j the country, they are In Chicago occupying he ludicrous position of appealing to the ex position, and protesting In iheir appeal because |we have been accorded the highest award, to waloh they say they are entitled. Of courtc (bis appeal is conclusive evidence that they have not got the highest award. The whole object of their appeal Is to destroy, if possible, I the value of the award which has been ae oordsd to us, by raising obleotlons. Therefore wear>crar bine ribbons with the satisfaction of knowing that Pabst-Milwauxiis beer leads ths world. PABST BREW ING COMPANY, Milwaukee, Wis. Messrs. H, W. atoll & Co., the sgents of tlie Pabst Brewing Co.,have jast received a carload of tbe celebrated World's Fair premium bear, whloh surpasses everything than has ever come to thia section of the country. Tula fa mous beverage can be had oa draught at John PhllUpl's Yolk's Hall saloon, 107-10!) Market rest; also at the Nadesu bar, 107 South Sprlug Street, and in bottles delivered to any par' of tbe city from H. W. Btoll St Co., of the I.os An gelas Soda and Mineral Waler Works. 50!) Commercial street, Los Angeles Telephone 103. ■_50 envelopes, 50c: !4 rm writing oaper, 33c. tested tor, 214 W. Second, HodenbeoK i.otel. ot r^. MEMORANDA. In these bard times when money is scarce it pays more than ever to read advertisements. Be sure and look over tbe classified columns on the sixth page of the He kami daily. You will be sur prised to see how much yon can gain and save. You will find situations offered; good help advertised ; bargains in rest estate; cheap rooms and board ; chances to buy paying business houses; real estate at prices which make it ab- Bnrd to pay rent; and bargains of all descriptions. Advertising in theee col umns is very cheap, costing only live cents per line a day. Hotel Tustin, two miles east of Santa Ann, Orange county, Cal., has about 20 moro snnny rooms not yet engaged. Most pleasant family resort in Southern California. Surrounded by beautiful orange fgroves. One hour's run from Los Angeles. Good bunting and fishing close by. Stage meets all trains. San ford Johnson, proprieter and manager. Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, Stimson block, second floor, rooms 129-130-131. Special attention given to obstetrical cases and all diseases ol women and children. Elec tricity scientifically used. Consultation hours 1 to 5. Telephone 1227. Buy Christmas present? at Lichten berger's art emporium, 107 North Main atreet. Prang's Christmas cards, pic tures, frames, mirrors, easels, artists' outfits and articles for decoration at prices within tbe reach of all. Go to Ebinger's restaurant. Third and Spring streets; regular dinners and best order house in the city. Everything first-class. Attentive white waiters; no Chinese employed. Open from 6 a. m. to 12 o'clock midnight. Music boxes from 50c to $75; guitars and banjos from $4 to $75; violins and mandolins at your own price; all the latest music; also a catalogue of 8600 pieces 10c music—Eaton & Cist, 329 S. Spring street. Toys free with your purchase of boots and shoes at the great gift sale now on at the cheapest place on earth, 118 East First street, between Main and Los Angeles streets. Read S. Conradi's display ad. on the second page. Finest bargains in the city in tbe jewelry line. Here is a chance to buy holiday presents at very low prices. 123 N. Spring street. He has to move January Ist. If you want to get a 50-csnt meal for 25 cents go to the Cosmopolitan dining ball, 219 and 221 West Second street, between Spring and Broadway, next to Herald office. Shoup & Elliott, pro prietors. Dr. Charles de Szigethy ia now located in the Bryson block. Residence, Baker block. Office hours, 11:30 to 3:30. Sun days and evenings by appointment. Of fice telephone, 1156; residence, 1056. Deposit your Mexican dollars and all kinds of old silver at tbe silversmith's and draw out new spoons, forks, etc. Always open. Basement Times building. Come to the old reliable Sunbeam Studio, 236 and 238 South Main street, and get one dozen full length cabinet photos until further notice for 75 cents. The finest photographs in the city at greatly reduced prices. Cabinets 75 cants per dozen, for a short time only. Lamson studio, 313 South Spring etreet. Elsinore Hot Springs and Lake View hotel. Full particulars regarding this famous resort at tbe Hsmmsm bath, 230 South Main street, Los Angeles. Business men who secure their job printing at the Herald office receive courteous treatment and neat, attract ive work at moderate prices. The best and cheapest ia the genuine Rochester heater and cooking stove at $3.90, sold by Meyberg Bros., the Crystal Palace, 138 S. Main street. "Best Tonic"—Recommended highly by leading physicians. Germain Fruit company, wholesale agents. For eale by all druggists. For good meat and sausages of all kinds, call at Louis Streuber's. Orders promptly attended to. 138 N. Main St., telephone 160. The Library dining parlors, 246 South Broadway, will give an elegant Christ mas'dinner today; turkey and plum pudding. Christmas Dinner. —Teke your fam ila to the Corfu, 136>i South Spring street, for Christmas dinner. 12 to S. 50 cents. Adams Bros., denti3ts, 239}£ South Spring street. Painleia filling and ex tracting. The best sets of teeth from $6 to $10. We will send Advance sewing ma chines on trial to any lady in Los An geles. Call or addresa 128 South Main Btreet. For a good table wine,order our Sonoma Zinfandel at 50c per gal. T. Vache ci.Co., cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309. Mme. Dv Barry'B wrinkle cream aDd balm, tbe queen of skin foods, sold at 242'n South Broadway,next to city ball. I'ianoß for sale, rent; tuning and re pairing. A. G. Gardner, 222 South Los Angeleß street and 654 8. Spring street. Sanitarium—Pico and Hope sts.; tel. 138. Dr. Cowles, Wilson blk., First and Spring;tel. 883. 10tol2 a.m., 3tosp.m. For pure Sonomu Zinfandel, call at E. Flam's, 404-406 N. Los Angeles at. East ern shipment" a specialty. Tel. 224. Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz, physicians and surgeons, bave removed their office to 147 South Main etreet. Dr. M. Hilton Williams, 137 S. Broad way, specialist in catarrh, throat dis eases, bronchitis and consumption. Dr. K.D. Wise, office 226 Soutb Spring Btreet. Office hours from Btoloa. m. and 2t05 p. m. Telephone 316. Dr. C. B. Jones baß removed his office to the Stimßon block. Telephones: Office, 460; residence, 544. Rooms and board at the Windermere, Ocean avenue, Santa Monica. Special rates given for the winter. Go to the Park bakery and restaurant, 325 W. Fifth St., and get a good cup of coffee with your meals. Thirty dollars allowed for old Daviß sewing machines. Drop postal card to 128 South Main street. The Corfu, 130J L ! South Spring street. Take your family tor Christmas dinner. 12 to 8. 50 cents. Look for Stover & Oliver'a ad in busi ness chances. See W. P. Mclntosh'a display ad. of orange and lemon lands in another col umn. Look for Stover & Oliver's ad in busi ness cbancee. Robert Sharp Ai Co., funeral directors (independent), 536 S. Spring st.; t.e1.1029. Furniture for ths holidays at Woodham & Co.'s, 324 S. Spring etreet. Board and room at the Bellevae Ter race at $1.25 per day. Look imt Stover & Oliver's ad in busi ness chances. Insure with A. C. Golab, 147 South Broadway. Campbell's cum store for Xmas pres ents. Dr. Parry, ear a-id 128% W. First. Lis. Rogers & Mi Coy. Eye, ear, throat. LOS" ANGELES HERALD MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25. 1893. THEIR PETITION TO SANTA CLAUS What Los Angelenos Want iv Their Stockings. sufftjestions Which Might Have Been Offered. A Varied Lot of Wants that a Tarled Lot of People Wonld Like to Bave Satisfied Today. A representative of Santa Claus yes terday called on a number of Loa Ange lefioa to find out what they wanted in tbeir stockings this morning. The answers are given below. Some of those interviewed may be astonished to find their replies in print, and may deny that they were even interviewed. To such it must be explained tbat Santa Claus interviews in a peculiar way, and that often tbe interviewer is not aware of the procedure. If tbe good old fellow has madeany mistake in bis new role of reporter, it oan be easily remedied; at any rate be hopes everyone will get what tbey want and have a merry Christmas. The unemployed—Some turkey in ours, please. Governor Markharu— I don't want anything, but would like to find some thing that would make Mike de Young happy. Mayor Rowan—My dear boy, if Santa Claus could put a new police commission in my stocking I would like it, but don't mention it to anyone. K. H. Wade—Tbo Santa Fe is my Santa Clsub, and under the circum stances I can't ask for much. It ie more bleaaed to give than to receive, you know, aud when you are given these receivers the truth of tbat Baying be comes evident. It's a good piesent for the company, however, for this time next year it will be stronger than ever. J. A. Muir—Tell Santa Claus to put a double track from Commercial street to the Arcade depot in my stocking. F. B. Henderson—l want a machine tbat will write passes automatically. John M. Crawley—There's only one thing I want on my Christmas tree, and that is a round-trip midwinter fair ticket; that will please everybody. S. B. Hynea—A tariff that would suit Crawley as well as myself. Captain Steere —Well, now, I tell you. Ask Santa to bave tho San Uabnel In dians gst up a ghost dauce, just to give company A a chance to show what it can do. Tom McCaffery—l don't want any thing, but if Kriea Kingle could get J. Marion Brooks appointed to some nice office it would make me happy—bo happy. Bob Hamilton — What do I want? Work. More work. Nobody has enough work to do. More work. H. K. Gregory—Something that would kill ticket scalpers on sight. Jayhawker Woodard—A good turkey dinner in company with M. H. Sherman, J. F. Crank and W. J. Brodrick will suit me. By the way, if you want any water company stock let me know. Harry Wyatt—Somebody to match dollara with who won't go broke. WillConant—We've only two left in row R, but tbey are good seats—what Christmas? Why, yes. I want a wife who has got $100,000. Miss Teesa Kelso—Really, between the library visitors and dear kiud, good City Auditor Teal tbere is nothing left for me to wish for. However, as I intend going to the Midwinter fair, a round trip ticket would be nice-; but no, the city of course, will pay my expenses. Captain Roberts of the police force-- To be at home with my family. Police Surgeou Bryant—Small favors thankfully received; large onea in pro portion. Deputy District Attorney Conkling wants the McKinley bill 'slaughtered end brought to him ou a charger. Judge Bartholomew wasn't quite so exacting, and thought that free coinage would go woll with Christiana fare. Major Estudillo already possesses what he wishea for—"the good-will of every one. " Deputy SberifT Brooker .was not so poetically inclined, and swore by all the goda that a pair of socks" would satisfy all his wsnta. Clerk Billy liammel wants a house and lot with a bay window ; the window to go with the house, or not accepted. Deputy District Attorney Rush would like a house and lot, or either. It ia re ported tbat he is matrimonially inclined. Clerk Forrester says a team would satisfy him. Horticultural Commissioner Scott is wishing for a bug exterminator with which to exterminate the scale on the state horticultural commission. Jailer Vigeneß has his eye on a diamond tie pin which be covets, and his part ner, Henry, thinks *100 would juat about reach tbe limit of his ambition. Chief of Police Glass —A contentment that I may take Christmas as it comes. Secretary Moffat —That newspaper re porters would tell tbe truth at all times. WORLD'S FAIR MEDALS AWARDED TO AT CHICAGO. FOR FINE PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK; alio, first premiums above all competitors at a fair bald October IHH2, aud at all previous exhibits wherever work was entered for competition In the slate. largest and inoU complete photographic studio in Southern California. AH the latest Btyles and designs used. IQ7 NORTH SPRINO STREET. 11 2om THE TUDOR DENTAL CO DR. J. P- TUDOR. MANAGER. THiTtUDOR ■ ' 823 1y Highest of all in Leavening Power.—-Latert U. S. Gov't Report Rtiifol Baking Powder AQSOaItTEDf* PURE Secretary Cottle — Numerous things which 1 don't expect to get. Bailiff Appal—flOO. Police Clerk Henaley—An increase of salary. Detective Marsh—A box of oigars. be cause somebody may be fool enough to give it to me. A. Ramish—The Hawaiian mission would suit me just now, Bince the other diplomats have failed of their object in Kanaka land. Attorney Crawford—A $500 fee. Detective Goodman—To "get onto" all tbe thieves in Eos Angeles. Detective Auble—To know, you know, where the other "banks" are "at." Detective Wiil Smith—Just one shot at the Roscoe train robbers. NO RECEIVER HERE. THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA RAIL- WAY IS ALL RIGHT. An Official statement From General Manager K. H. Wade in Reference to the Matter. General Manager K. H. Wade of the Southern California railway officially stated last night that the lines of the Southern California Railway company were not included in the order of United States Circuit Judge H. O. Caldwell, made at Little Rock, Satur day, placing the lines of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railway and Uie St. Louis and San Francisco railway in the hands of receivers. Mr. Wade stated further that the operation of tbe Southern California railway lines will continue as hereto fore, and tbat tbere is no intention of placing them in the hands of a receiver. A Child Kfijoys The pleasant flavor, gentle action and soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when in need of a laxative, and if the father or mother be costive or bilious, tbe most gratifying results follow its use; so that it is the best family remedy known and every family should bave a bottle. Fresh Oysters. Bayou Cook, in cans. The beat oys ters in town for 60 cents a can. Bulk oysters, 65 cents a quart. East Star Oyster company, 244 South Main Btreet. At tbe Cathedral Today. High maea at 10 a.m. Guilmant's third mass, orchestra, arrangad by Prof. Gardner. Miss Ethel Graham and Miss Cecilia Gardner, sopranos; Mrs. Gard ner, alto; Dr. Jauch, tenor; Mr. Wal lace and Mr. Joseph Feltwell, bassos; also v good chorus. Mrs. Hanna Rues will sing tbe solo, Adeste Fidelis, at the offertory. Vespers at 7:30 p.m. A. G. Gardener, organist. t RHEUMATIC Sciatic, sharp and shooting pains, strains and weak nesses relieved in one min ute by the CuticUkA Anti- Pain' Plaster. Itinstantly relieves weak, painful kid neys, back acne, uterine pains and weaknesses, coughs, colds and chest pains. It vitalizes the ner vous forces, and hence cures nervous pains and muscular weakness when all others fail. Price, 15c; five, $1.00. At all druggist* or by mail. Potter Dkcg and Chum. Cors*. Boston. or Orasiiwis!. 11c L ~i«j&tfi?f£ v ID. 1 ftsft Perfectly Strut. WHo Attired in a Suit AfaeV to Order ty' GABF.L THE, TAILORi 312 S. SPRING St, Just Below Third. GOVERNOR SHELDON'S LETTER Credited to th.. Wrong Individual In Yesterday's "Herald " Kditors Hkhald: There waa pub lished iv your issue of yesterday en ably written article ou the government issue of currency, reviewing past legis lation in our own and otber countries, and suggesting well considered remedies to meet the present business emergency. When I reached tbe bottom of the arti cle I was astonished to find my name appended as author, and I hasten to make a proper correction. A casual remark made by Governor Sheldon a few days ago led me to pro pound the questious which, in the arti cle referred to, he bo ably answered. The communication was plainly signed "L. A. Sheldon" on tbe right and ad dreseed to myself on the left. Your typesetter got tbe names mixed and did the governor an injustico in crediting mo with his carefully elaborated finan cial views on tbe currency question. Please give Governor Sheldon his dues, and greatly oblige, Yours truly, William H. Knight. MEMORANDA. Tho best remedy for irritating bron chial cough and soreness in the lungs iB Rowell's Cough Mixture. We recom mend it. A, E. Littleboy, 311 South Spring. Turkey dinner at Mra. Hunter's res taurant," 30S S. Spring atreet, from 11:30 a. m. to 2 p. m. and 4:30 to 7:30 p. m., Christmas. Just what you want for an appropriate present for a Christmas gift ia obtain able at Woodham & Co.'a, 324 S. Spring Btreet. Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and surgeon. Office and residence, 120 North Main, new McDonald block ; telephone 281. A beautiful line of holiday furniture at the most reasonable prices at Wood ham's, 324 S. Spring Btreet. Opals, rings, spoons and Mexican fili gree at Campbell's, 325 South Spring street. ' Dr. Wallace A. Duuton, 304 N. Main, telephone 1159, opp. St. Elmo hotel. A, F. Schiffman, dentist, removed to Schumacher block, First and Spring sts. Howry & Bresee, Broadway under takers. "Independent of the trust," Fluent Variety and Cheapest Place In town for Hah, game, oysters, etc, Fred liannircau's, Mottmarxet. Kxtrm Finn Navel Oranges. Finest assortment of fruits and vegetables at Althouse Bros., 105 W. First st. Tel, 398. Dr. R. 8. DlflTnnbaeher, Denttst. No. 119S 8. Spring street; rooms * and 5. Crepe aud French tissue pip,r3. Christmas cards und calendars. Langstadter, 211 VV. Sec ond st. CEYLON TEAS. b?£XSL,: ♦ GRAND ♦ I HOLIDAY WEEK I Biscint Sale! ♦ ♦ ♦ i t This week KAN-KOO of-1 | fers the following dis - ♦ ♦ counts: | O A 4. .Silk TlandUerchlefs. 10 per cent discount i ♦ Silk Jjukets and Gowns ♦ ) 0 per cent discount * ♦ Silk UreHs Goods . 10 per centolscount i £ Bronze Goods . ■ LO per cent discount m •> Lacquer -0 per cent discount • ♦ LeatnerGoods 'Mexican leather ♦ f> excepted) . . . 25 pir cent discount * ♦ B iskcts . 25 pe' oent < iscouui • ♦ Uu;z» . . 10 per cent discount ♦ ♦ Kattan Kdrniture . 10 per cent dlscouut • ♦ Uric a Brae, Chinese or Japnnete ♦ ♦ 25 per cunt diacoun'. ▼ ♦ * % Don't lose this opportu-i ♦ nity. It will last this week J ♦ only. ♦ j KAN-KOO. I X 110 8. Spring ,t., Opo. Nadoau Ho'.sl. $ 10-8 din i ♦ ♦ SGIRNCE CBUSHEI THE SERPENT DISEASE DR. WHITE'S DISPENSARY, 128 N. Main St., Las Angeles, Cal. [KSTABI.IBHED 188(i.) NERVOUS DEBILITY, scmlnai weakuo-8, iinpotmcy, etc., inducing some ot the following symptom*, aßdlazinaaa, ooDfuHiou of idea*, <i*r-<;u memory, tiveraiuu tv ioc;**ty, blotcli**, fiulnlou'i «zh*ustl<>na s varicocele, etc., are perma nently cured. TTKIS A XV, KIONRY AWI> BT^DDBR troTnaTwrwl"!*^ Kleet, stricture and all unnatural discharges are quickly and perfectly cured. SCROFULA AND SYPHILIS, cauHnfMiTcTrie^^ ■ore thrrat, falling hair, and other aymptoma, are removed, aad ail poison permanently erad icated from the system* UT Th* a™ mkt at office or by ezprew. All letters strictly confidential, Proprietor as 4 Bin pr.;. Hotel Terragina REDLANDS, CAL. ' \ JN the beautiful San Bernardino Valley. Magnificent moun tain scenery. House now open for the Fall and Winter Sea son. CAMPBELL T. HEDGE, Prop. WM. M. TISDALE, Manager. I . THE HOLLENBECK Best Appointed Hotel in Fi,| f Bt cafe in t,ie ° uy A. C. BILICKE & CO., 10 7 6m PBOPRIETOK GET TF-A BDY If E THE KEA ™ G ! BEST. JgPTJBP' BICYCLE. HAWLEY.. KING & CO PINE CARRIAGES, 210-212 North Main Street and i64-i6B North Los Angeles Stre ft WINE MERCHANT, 131 N. Main Telephone 38 . NILES PEASEj WBOLE3ALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN FURNITURE, CARPETS, LACE AND SILK CURTAINS, PORTIERES, OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, LINOLEUMS, MATTING?, ftc 837-989-841 SOUTH SPRING STBBBC.