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-Ji SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL ALL GOODS ARE! SOLD
The stock of goods of the City of Paris Dry Goods Store is being rapidly sold. The quality of the goods and the prices they are being sold at have and are telling
the story. The people of this part of the state are getting the benefit of this forced sale. Goods are being sold entirely regardless of value or cost of manufacture.
;■■ The only legitimate and honest judges of this fact are the people who have purchased goods at this sale. All others are and must be simply influenced by personal
• i ill feelings or selfish motives. The creditors will continue to sell this large and finely assorted stock until all the goods are sold and the cash realized, no matter how ry)
12 I mucH or how little that may be. The community does not care or worry itself about that —the only question is, how cheaply are the goods sold ? The verdict rests p
O I with them. The immense crowd of purchasers that have been in daily attendance gives answer. One fact is admitted —that the City of Paris Dry Goods Store has 1 Jr*
always carried the largest and finest line of goods in Los Angeles. NO TRASH ! NO AUCTION JOB LOTS ! But the choicest goods that are manufactured in %
0 I America and Europe. This is the class of goods which is now being sold for less than other merchants pay for their goods to the manufacturers. You save from 40
I to 75 per cent by buying now, and at this creditors' sale. Cold facts cannot be talked down. Compare these goods and prices with others—that tells the talc. |
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1 House Furnishing Goods SILKS—SILKS J
3 -* LOOK AX X- "* L-OOK AX X- g
1 Blankets, Comforts, Window SMdes, Scrims, Cr * sta1 ' CMna aM Japanese Silks < t.
S Down Pillows, Table Covers, Bed Spreads, Plaia Satln * Silks ' fc
1 Table Linen, Napkins, Towels, Sheeting, Plain and Changeable Snrabs, |
i j . Muslins, Prints, Ginghams, Flannels, lace Curtains. Bengalines and Satin uncnesse, &
,} . • And after a careful comparison of goods and prices the verdict will be: This fj >1
j If you are looking for DRESS GOODS, see the "Novelty Dress Pattern is the finest and most complete line ot Silks in the city—and prices that no "
<y I Suits," the very latest importations from Europe, and some of the finest other house in California will duplicate. The reason is that the creditors Xfl
1 that were manufactured for the fall and winter of '93-94. At this sale you must have the cash, and will sell all the goods for less money than other O
-5 I can btiy two suits at about the same price you would have to pay others for houses can purchase them at. The financial misfortunes of the City of Paris 2*
W* ■ one. Seeing is believing! In plain weaves—Serges, Henriettas, Hop Sack- Dry Goods Store have put money (dollars and cents) into the pockets of the
ing and Cashmeres —this stock is. complete, iv all shades and qualities. purchasing public. Every dollar's worth of goods in this immense estab
|s Every yard will be sold for less than import price. Make comparisons with • lishment must be sold: Bring your cash and you can get $2 in goods for
y others. every $1 in money.
ICHAS. MUNTER, MANAGER.
SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL ALL GOODS ARE SOLD
FINANCE AND TRADE.
Ntorli Eichsurs Bsvlew.
New York, Nov. B.—The stock market was
buoyant today. Opening prices were M to %
per cent above final sales Monday, and under
brisk buying an advance was. made ranging
from !i to 11,l 1 , In Sngar, Chicago (las. General
Electric, Distilling, Cordage, Louisville, New
Albany and Chicago were purchased most
largely. In the afternoon tbe bears started a
heavy raid, which cut things down. In final
dta lugs Sugar recovered some, bnt the general
ro .met closed heavy at reaction, but still at an
uuvance for tbe day's transactions ranging
from to a* percent, the latter in Sugar com
mon; in Sugar pref i-rred.
Government bonds closed firm.
- MORKY 4UOTATIONB.
New York, Nov. B.—Money on call was easy
•t Kjpl'i percent; closed offered at IJa per cent.
Prime Meroant.le paper— per cent.
Sting exchange — Steady: bankers' 60-day
bills. demand: $4.84!^.
San Franci.vo, Nov. B.—Sight drafts, par;
tele„ 1,1 I'lllc, sc.
srrocKS and bonds.
Nkw York, Nov. B.—Closing quotations
were as follows-:
k V. 3. 4's reg 112K|Noithern Pac 18
do coupon IV-'/i' do pfd 25
TJ. S. 2's reg 96 North western .... I(i4 r »
Pacific 6'« 103 do pfd 138},
Atchison IHVsjH. Y. Central 103
American Bx 113 Oregon Irop't tlJsj
Canadian Pac . . 72 a Oregon Nay 25
Canada Southern. Ore. Short Line... 7
Central Pac i:>', Pacific Mail 18!;
Burilugton «2VPullman Palace 174
Chicago Gaa W.'Beadlug 80)4
Cotton Oil 34 (Richmond Term. 3}J
Lackawanna Kioxlaande Wes'n 10
Denver A *io Gt. SOW do cfd* 45
Distillers :H', do Btstn 88
Great Northern... Los Rock Island 08
Illinois Central. .. 021* St. Paul OM4
Kansas AXoxoa.. St. Paul A Omaha 37k
Laku Shore 128U Sugar louy,
lead Trust 28 Texas * Pacific. . 7'„
I.A.N 4H% Onion Paclao 17>.
Mich. Central.. ...102 it. S. Bx SO
Missouri Pac. . S6W We ls-Farro 120
National Cordage 25;, Western Union... 88 1 ,;
do pfd 60 lc-n'l Electric 45',
North Amer sSl.luscedOU lOJ-i
Boston, Nov. B.—Following are the closing
Atchi<on 19J S ; Mexican Central. 6J H
Bell Telephone. . 8:1 dan Diego 6
MINING SH * RF.I.
New York, Nov. B.—Mining shares closed
Cholar 501 Plymouth 20
Crown Point 00 Sierra Nevada 1.20
Con. Cal. A Va... 3.ti.>|«tandard 1.011
1) adwood 1,0 Union Con 90
Gould A Curry .. .75 Yellow Jacket 70
Hale <fc Norcrosi.. .7: Iron Silver 10
Homestako 8.75 Quicksilver 1.50
Mexioan 1.00 tio pfd 12.00
Cntario 5.50 Bulwer 10
San Fi:ancisi o, Nov. 8.-Closlng quotations
Belcher 80 Peer .04
3est a: Belcher.... 2.111 Peerless... t's
*3*ollar f. . .70 Potasi 95
Orocker 05 Opuir... 2H
Con Cal. &Va... 4.25-savage .' 100
Confidence 3.70 Sierra Nevada . 1-70
Goiinl Si Curry... 1.10 Union Con. . 1.20
Hale & Norcross.. .85 Yellow Jacket.... 1.20
San Francisco, Nov. 8.-Silver bars.
70? Be ncr ounce.
nexican dollars, 57i^@50n.
2; ew York, Nov. 8.-Bar silver, 70'Kc par
Mexican dollars, 57J .je.
San Francisco Produce Market.
Ban Frakctbco, Nov. «.-The local mer
get remains quiet; prices unchanged.
The produce markets are week aud dull.
Fresh ftulta and vegetables are in lair sun
Apples are going better.
Grapes are weak.
fotatoes receipts are more moderate,
nlons are steady,
utter Is easy at quotations.
Eggs aie weak; poor stuck.
Cheese la firm.
Poultry Is dull.
Same 11 fairly active.
Chicago Grain Markets.
CtticAßO, Nov. B.—Whoat; fair trade. Tho
P*'if••}«'»»•* higher 00 alecttou retaraij
aeciiD.edJ.jo on tales to realise proatsi ad.
vanced 7 H c on steadier cables, expected decrease
1.. northwestern receipts and fair exi-orts;
caseTi off slightly and closed steady and %c
higher than Mondar.
Receipts wero 350,003 bushes; shipments,
Closing quotations: Wheat—Steady; cash,
Corn—Lower; cash, 37 ■'„'•; December, 36V;c.
Oats—Steady; cash, MKOI December, 28',.
OTHER GRAIN MARKETS.
Ban Feancisio, Nov. B.—Wheat, steady; De
cember, $1.09: May, $1.22%.
Barley-Inactive; May, 871,0; December,
Liverpool, Nov. B.—Wheat: holders offer
mod -aaieiy. No. 2 led winter closed at 5s
3d; No. 2 red spring at 5s 6d.
Corn—Spot closed firm; holders offer mod
erately; new mixed at Future firm,
holders offer moderategly. November closed at
4s 3d; December 4s 2Hd; January, 4s 2d.
Chicago Stock Markets.
Chicago, Nov. B.— Cattle: Tho receipts were
IT,too iiiad. The market closed steady on
natives; others lower. Prime to extra native
steers, $5.40(4«.0O; mediums, $4.75(35.20;
others, $4.00(04.40; ttocaers. $4.05(43.25;
Texats, $2.00,<i3 00; westerns, $22.214.171.124.
Hog*—Receipts were 32 000 head, The mar
ket opened active and strong and closed steady.
Rough and common, $5.65<55.75; mixed and
packers, $5.90(196.05; prime heavy and medi
um weights, $6 OSQO.IS; prime light weights,
Sheep-Receipts wore 17,000 head. The
market closed slow; prices weak. Mixed ewes
and wethers, $2.0033.00: westerns, $2.55($
3.25; western wethers $2.40.
New York, Nov. B.—Hops—Quiet; stale,
105t230; Pacific coasl, 19@2nc.
Coffee—Options doled steidy and active, 20
to 25 points advance ou more favorable Euro-
Man advices and decrease in world's visible
supply, sales were 18,750 bags, locludirg
November, $17.35; December, $email@example.com:
January, 816.00j916.65. Bpot Rio closed steady;
No. 7, 18^0.
Sugar—haw closed steady; centrifugals, 96
test. 3)40; molasses sugar, 89 tesi, 2 9-10 c.
Keflueu closed quiet. Off A, 4 9 16(34 11.16 a;
mould A, s(<ts 316 c: confectioners' A, 4 11-16
(s4TsC; standard A, 411 lefaHJjc; cut loaf, b%
(a,l> 8-15q! crushed, SJitjiS 7-lOc; powdertd,
7 11-16(/»7*4c; granfjlated, 4 3-16@50; cubss.
Copper—Dull; Lake, $9.65.
Lead— Busy; domestic, $3.30.
Tin—Firmer; straits, $20.65.
Salt Meats and Lard.
Chicago, Nov. B.—Pork, firm; January,
l ard—Firm: January, $8.50.
Ribs—Firm; January, $7.46.
New York, Nov. tk— Wool, steady; domestic
fleece. 20025 c; pulled. l«(a)80c.
Chicago, Not. B.—Wbisny, $1,13.
New York, Nov. B.—Petroleum closed quiet;
Pennsylvania, 72a«c bid.
LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS.
[The quotations given below are ourrent
wholesale selling prices.]
Poultry and Kgcs-
Poultry—Hens, $5.0035.50 per doz., young
roosterß, $4.00fa».50; old roosters, $firstname.lastname@example.org
--broilers, $email@example.com; dupks, tur
keyß, 13 10 14u per ft. '
Eoos—CalUornia ranch per doz., 33c;
eastern, 28 to 30j.
Butter—Fancy oreamery. 28-onnoe square
50 to 55c; fancy dairy, per roll, 55 to 57Uc
choice, 50 to 52Hc. ** '
CHEEsa—Eastern, per ft., 12 to 13c: Califor
nia, large, lie; 3 lb., hand, 15c; Toung Amer
Beans—Navy or small white, pr 100 lbs
$firstname.lastname@example.org; pink, per 100 lb*., $email@example.com
black-eyed, per 100 lbj„ $2.50®52 75; Lima
Potatoes—Per 100 lbs , 75(851.25.
Beets—Per 100 lbs., $1.00.
Cabbage—Per 100 lbs., 303)600.
Carrots—Per lOj lbs.. 750,
Crions—Per 100 lbs., $I.oo® 1.25.
PARSNiFH-Per 100 lbs., $100.
Bwhst Potatoes—Per 100 lbs, $1,30.
ToMA*oa»~P»r bo*. 400.
TBaaiM-Per 100 lbj„ 78c
LOS ANGELES HERALD- THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9. 1893.
i Floimi- Per bbl, I. A. XXXX, $3.00; Capitol
Mills. $3.(10; tperrj's .t-4.11>; Dr'fied mow,
94.16; Victor, $4.15; Crown, $4.15; Stocktonla,
Mil l. FRKD-Brau per ton, $21; shorty, $23;
mixed leed (com and b.rley), per 100 lbs, $1
cracked co □, $1.05; feed meal, $1.01; rolled
Arri.Es—Sun-dried, »aclti, 7t39c per lb; boxes,
HKgllc; evaporated, fancy, 1 U<rjl2c.
Apricotii—Fancy, per 1b..11@12c.
P*Acitas—Fancy, unpeeled, per lb, 8®10c;
Piiunks—Choice, boxes, per lb., B(i}9c: sacks,
o<g7c; lancy, O^lOc.
Ai'PLEs-Per box, $1.00(»1 25
Cranberries—Per bbl., $7 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pfars—Per box, $1 00.
SltAris-Per box, 05@700.
H;n.>!.*-,! Meats. Etc.
Hams—Rex. per lb., ISttjC,
8.-.ooh—Bex, per lb., Defiance, 15c;
li .-lv medium, 14c.
Pork—Dry salt, per lb.
Dried Bekf—Per lb,, lu-,@l2},c.
Laud—Per lb. in tierces, compound.BcVi; Bex
Grain and Hay.
Barley—Feed, per cental, 70c: brewing, $1.
Wheat—No. 1, percental, $1.15. No. $1.
Corn—Per cental, $1.
Oats—No. 1. per cental, $1.50.
Hay—Oat, $8(»0; wheat, $!)®10; barley, $8®
0; alfalfa, $9MIO.
Straw—Barley, per ton, $5; wheal, $5,
TVinea ami Liquors. *
[Quotations on liquors revised by H. J. Woolla
cott, Importer and exporter. See ad.]
Champagne—Mumm, pints, $35: quarts, $33;
Poramery, pints, $36.50; quarts, $34.50: Roe
derer, pints, $30.50: quarts, $34 50; Monorolc,
pints, $35; quarts, $33; Deibeck, pints, $34;
Pit raits--Angostura, $1,15; Damiana, $7;
KernelTlrauca, $10.50: Hosteller's, $8.50;
Amer Picon, $i 7; Harper's Wild Cherry, $7.75;
Peruvian, $7.55; Peppermint, $2.25; Vene
zuela, $8.25; Lash, $7.
ALE—Bats <& Co, by Foster, $11.75; by
Burke, $17.50; Tenueul's, $13.50: McMullene,
StoUt—Guvness's, by Foster, $11.50; by
Burke, $1-7.50; Johnson, $11.50; Tenueul's,
Busk—Vol Blatz Milwaukee, quarts, $11.50;
pints, $12; Red Ribbon, quarts, $15; piiiu, $10.
Extkai-t of Malt.—Holl a Malt $3.25; Liquid
Bread, $3.75: Best Tonic, $2.75 per dozen.
Whisky—Duffy's Malt, $!>.•_•&; Hermitage,
$11; Helle of Bourbon, $9 50: H. J. W. Bour
bon, $8.50; H. J. W. Mve. $8.50; Mellwood,
$11; J. H. CutterO. K„ $11.65; A No. 1, $8 50;
Old Taylor, $12.
Whisky by Bbl—From $1.65 to $1.45 per
pallon according to age.
Scotch Whisky—Stewart's Aberdeen, $12.50;
Irish Whisky—lrish Halt. $11.00; Burkes
Kegs— Five-gallon, 65c; 10 gallon, 90c; half
Demijohns—Half gallon, $2 75; one-gallon,
(Jingkr Alk—C. AC. Belfast, $15.00; Boss,
Gin -A. V, H., $24.00; I. A. I. N„ 825 50;
Boord's Old Tom, $11.00; Burnett's, $10.5o;
Wolf's pi nla. $12.00; quarts, $11.03.
Sautbrne—Bert's, quarts, $11,00: pints,
$12.00; A. De Luce A Fll's, quarts, $13; pints,
White Wine—Qeischeimer, quarto, $14.00;
Maccoranner, quarti, $10.00. Lebtraunrilch,
qnirls, $17.00; Koenigen Via Berb, rjarts,
Claret-Chateau La Rose, quarts, $7.00;
pints, $8.00: Margaux, pints, C 512.00: quarts,
$11.01), Chateau do Frauds, quarts. $9.03; pints,
$10.00; Pontet Canet, quarts, $1* 00; pints,
Mineral Water—Apollinaris, quarts, $9 50:
pints, $13.50; JJethseda, quarts, $8.50; half
tailons, $5.50; Londonderry, half-gallons,
7.00; quarts, $10.00: pints. $14.00; Hunyadi.
$11 75: Napa soda, pints, $9.00: quaris, $7.50;
White Rock, $3.50; Vichy, $1tf.50.
Cognac—Hetnessy, X, $16.75; XXX,S2I.OO;
Mnrti-il, X, $17.50: kartell, XXX, $21 50;
Evarlste, Duponto A Co., $20.00.
Cordials—Marlschlhp, $13.50: Vermouth,
N. P., $6 65; Italian, $6.50: Knmracl, $15.00:
Abslnlhe. $19.50: Anisette, $17.00.
WiHf s—Claret, 30»55e; Zinfandel, 55($H5c:
Port, 'Angelica, Sherry, Muscatel, email@example.com
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Wednesday, November Bth.
W J Shields et ux to M A Wey et al—Lot 41 J
H Baker's subdivision of lot 7 Berry & Elliott's
sub Ban Gabriel Cr Tn Assn, Pasadena; $10.
J E Jarett to Fred Yetck—Lots 250, 252, 380
and 381 of the Chicago Park tract, Monrovia;
L T Miller et ux to W L Carter—lot 7: blk B.
Sju Faiquai trt. lands Uke Vineyard Laud and
Water Co, Pasadena; $450.
Santa Monica Com Co to A J Ward—Lot 12,
bli| <>, Santa Monica Com Co tit, Santa Monica;
M « Nichols ip w L Hamer—Lot 15, Miller,
Carter i Ffasei'a sub, b,k B, gnu Pavqual tn,
5 A smith to C 0 Smith- 75 acres Ro San An
8 B I horpe et ux to A Beargeon- E S lot 19,
Gsrdena tract, Sin Pedro; $10.
Same lo .-Uuic-W W lot 19 same tract; $10.
M V R Cl.cms to r. D W Hill-Lots 46 to 51,
Sanborn trt; $*150.
F Quandt to A yuandt-8 W 32, T 8 N,
R 14 VY; $;00.
A Weill to T 8 White—Lot 6, blk R, Allso trt;
6 Keeler to J C Keeler—Lot 34, Goldsworlhv
Eiitlith-n tract; $800.
J W Wolfskin et al to J E Beck et ux—Lot 27,
blk 5, Wolfskin orchard tract; $900.
a. F Weaver et ux to Southern Pacific Railroad
Co—3o feet SE \\ blk 152; $2727.
AC Maxwell to C A Barkervllls—Lot 4, blk
35, O 8; $5.
C A Baskervillc to A R Moore et al-N 90 feet
lot 4, blk 35, O S; $5.
A R Moore et al to C A Baskerville—B 30 feet
4 blk 35, O S; $5.
J Baiz et al to J H Bandholt-10 acres N Vi S
% sec 21. T 1 S. R 12 W; $2.
J W coyner et ux to J M Samson-Lots 9 and
10, Converse tract, Pasadena; $413.11.
W Wright et ux to X C Irvln—Lots 34 and 35,
Wright Ut; $4000.
A M Marnner et con lo W A Benshoff— Lot 30,
Bixbv irt, a sub of lot 8, blk J, Sail Pasqual trt,
F E tudiilo et ux to Q W Walker—N 77 feet,
Si, NW!4, blk2B; $5.
A D Lamb et con to C li Robinson-Lots 2. 3,
26, 27, 28, 29, blk 25, lot 9, blk 6, Cal Co op
B 8 Ramsey to state controller—Lot 3, Decker
& Lucas trt. rasaclena:s'47o.
A Development Co'.o J icherer—Lot 5, bilk
18, Palmdsle; $300.
Same to same—Lot 2. blk 18, Pilmdale; $300.
A HT'nfiHtoG Khorer—Lots 14, 17. 25, 27,
blk A, Firey, French St Khorer, sub Burbank
Total ' $20,945.30
Note—Figures separated by a dash indicate
page aud number of book of miscellaneous
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tilJ'J Upper Maid (Street, Los Antreles.
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235 8. Hill St., Los Angeles, Cal,
Los Anoki.es, June 9, 189.1.
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g?% WATi H REPAIRING & OPTICIAN
BaTI Dealer in DIAMONDS. WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JKWELRY, SILVER
PLATE and OPTICAL GOODS.
122 S. MAIN STREET
Emblems, Pins and Badges Made to Order.
PERR V, MOTT & CO.'S
AND PLANING MILLS.
■M OommtrcUl street, Lot Angeles, OaL
The finest (lack and deer shooting In South
tin California. Bua'.s, blinds and sink box-**
free lor guests o! tue hotei. Hotel open un 11
December Ist. Deer in abundance with'.t one
mile of hotel. Last season 5800 ducks war •
killed by guests of the hotel in the months of
October and November.
Carriage leaves New St Charles Hotel every
Tuesday at 5 a.m.
The tiuest trout fishing in tbe state.
Board an t iodgtug $10 \itt week Round
trio ticket $7.
For 101 l particulars inquire at 207 South
Broadway, Los Angeles, aud New St-Charles
Hotel. 3*n Bernurdino,
Ammunititiou of all Kinds for sale at hotel.
Conveyance free- to guests to and from hunt
ing ground*. GUS KNIGHT,
TO THE UNFORTUNATE.
* 2i Kearney St.,
AwkV i Sam.jtwWnM Conor of Commerolsl,
MfflkaHffiSnnßM Ban Francisco, cal B«
-"iBKlWr iR 1 i lHlßMlslilliilii il in 1554, fot
»EBBieHIHHK treatment o< Sexual ana
MWisagraSseaatanßSemlaal diseases, tack
SHS^aTsaaMalMWagf.n lv forms, Seminal
Weakness, Impotency and Lost Manhood per
manently cured. The sick and afflicted ah* old
not fail to call upon him. Th* Dootor has trav
el-, d extensively in Europe and Inspected thor
oughly the various hospital* there, obtaining
a great deal of valuable information, which h* W
competent to Impart to these la need of hi* Ma
vices. The Doctor cure* where other* fall.
Try him. DX. GIBBON will make no obargt
unless he effects a car*. Persons at a dlstauo*
CURED AT HOME. All communication*
strictly confidential. All letter* answered la
slain envelope!, Call or write, Andrei*
DR. J. T. GIBBON.
Box 1167, Ban Francisco, Cat.
■irailaa Log Aaxel** HaaxLa. H IT IS
Easily, Quickly and Permanently Restored.
Celibratbd Ingush Uemkot
tNEFtVi A. Ao*\
It is sold on a positive fly _, J
guarantee to cur* any SH m W
form of nervous pros- vA
tration or any disorder 1 aavpow
of the genital organs of
V- oi i. by excessive use of After..
Tobacco. Alcohol or Opium, or on account
of youthful indiscretion or over indulgence etc..
Dizsiness, Convulsions, Wakefalnesa, Headache,
Mental Depression, Softening of the Brain. Weak
Memory. Bearing Down Pains, Seminal Weakness.
Hysteria. Nocturnal Emissions, Spermatorrhn-a,
Loss of Power and Impotency, which If neglected,
may lead to premature old age and insanity.
Positively guaranteed. Price, fI M a box -. 8 bore*
for $5.00. Sent by mail on receipt of price. A written
guarantee furnished with every $5.00 order received,
i refund the money If a permanent cure is net
NERVIA MEDICAL CO., Detroit. Hick
FREEMAN A CARPER, 108-H. BPrtttg St.
C. F. HEINZEMAN,
Druggist & Chemist,
822 N. Main St., Lm Angtltg.
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