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PART 11-PAGES 9 TO 12
-/SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL ALL THE STOCK IS SOLDI*- 3 ft*-- - - <w 4l<**" -* * am^B9 <s»w— •— ft*~ —<SSP «,»•>■ - ■ —"«e»» «»— (J£s> —- "-^0 «*~- ■ ~*m H —• «s>-~ o I x 1 CREDITORS' SALE TI * I •E □ ! 1 (fl rs I j j. C. GLINE, SHERIFF OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY, j r § S»— (/) | On the 13th day of October, sold at Public Auction tbe Entire Stock of Goods of tbe City of Paris Dry Goods Store f .^g X to Mr. B. Sheideinan, who bought it and paid for tbe same, for the benefit of creditors. This stock of J "g ' /A ♦ goods is complete in every particular, and consists of no auction trash or job lots, but the X my (Jj X very finest and best manufactures of America and Europe, and for which the X Z^g ' «—• ♦ City of Paris was always justly credited with carrying. The 2 *9 . ♦ stock is perfect in all details. The very X m li \ LATEST WELTI IN SMS 11 DRESS GOODS!I r O % h • I EQUAL TO ANY HOUSE IN CALIFORNIA. j 0 % |S I HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS, | \\ |— ♦ Such as Lace Curtains, Portieres, Blankets, Draperies, Comforters, Window Shades, Plain and Fancy ♦ CZ Z^L\ ♦ Scrims, Down Pillows, Chenille and Tapestry Covers, etc., Table Linens, Towels, Bedspreads, Sheetings, ♦ ... —^ I ♦ Muslins, Prints, Flannels, Ginghams, and all other class of goods to be found in a first-class Domestic ♦ I I ~g a> —' ♦ department. , ♦ <p |< j THE FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENT 1 If S«J J Contains an enormous and most complete stock of the very latest andmost seasonable goods. Particular j —^ — J attention is called to FANS, consisting of a most wonderful assortment, from the cheapest Japanese to ♦ _ "~g j—i 1 the finest Ostrich Feather manufactured. t I —^» Id the GLOVE DEPARTM'T [ ?| g~ I i ♦ Will particularly interest the ladies, Stern Bros, having been the agents in the city for the genuine Zavier i I LU ♦ Jouvin Kid Gloves. In this department will be found a complete line of sizes and shades. The 4-but- X —g —\ ♦ ton Suede Jouvin is being closed out at 85c —this is the $1.50 Glove. Hosiery aud Ribbon stock loaded ♦ I g>» ' —» ♦ with bargains, and all at less than manufacturers' cost. ♦ • —«•» if ' I LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR, | ; 1 I ♦ CORSETS, WAISTS, SHAWLS, SKIRTS, &c. AT "YOUR OWN PRICE." | CD gg g- 0 J ' x I H g— 0 » Your attention is again called to the fact that the creditors are selling the entire stock of goods purchased from ♦ 0 ~~mt X c sheriff regardless of value or cost, as they simply desire to realize cash. The sale will continue until all ♦ /*\ ~g . X goods in the house are sold. It makes no difference what price the goods are sold at, so long as they are sold and £ w ~g «J ♦ CASH realized. Prices talk! You can save from 40 to 75 per cent by buying now at this ''Creditors' Sale." Re- ♦ —«»» fgZ I ♦ member that none but CLEAN, NEW, STYLISH and DESIRABLE GOODS are offered. Do not miss this chance. ♦ A — 1 ♦ nppTCITY AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS invited to call. They can purchase goods here for much less ♦ ~m Stt: ~ ♦ than it cost to manufacture them, but THEY MUST BRING THE CASH. ♦ — 2g j CHAS. MUNTER, Manager. j (fl E| i< CITY OF PARIS, .^1 J I 203 XO 20 7 NORTH SPRING ST. \' J T tf» |! . —<£> 4k^ B **-* R • — -);SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL ALL THE STOCK IS SOLD;(- 3 THE HERALD. LOS ANGELES t ' MORNING. OCTOBEP 1893. PART 11-PAGES 9 TO 12.