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Since Sheriff Cline sold the stock of goods of the City of Paris Dry Goods Store to Mr. Sheideman, who bought the same in the interest of all attaching creditors, the
p MOST REMARKABLE SALE that has ever been witnessed in Southern California —and, in fact, in the State of California —has followed from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. Every i
• § working day has found the store CROWDED with ANXIOUS BUYERS. The public aie satisfied that the creditors had but one object—to realize CASH, regardless of cost
1 or value of goods. Money is what they wanted ;in consequence thereof the people have purchased goods at prices that no other house in the state would or could afford to JD
O 1 make. The plain and simple proposition is that the | j£*
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y % Has been FINANCIALLY WRECKED, and the purchasing creditors resorted to the only one way ot realizing—that is, to let the public have the goods at the Sheriff's prices, p
, and in this way clean up the accounts. This sale will and must continue until all the goods are sold, and, as has been repeatedly stated, at ANY PRICE. The manager has full £j;
fi authority, and will continue to MARK DOWN, cut and slash away—not as against any firm or individual in this city, but simply to clear up the wreck and realize whatever P
JZj I cash it will produce. This is the story in a nutshell. BEGINNING TODAY I £f
| . THE silk: department t
h 1 I *"*
' Will be hanflled without gloves. Every lady in Los Angeles-is kindly requested to look through the Silk department of the City of Paris. It contains the latest novelties that |
I can be found in any store on the Pacific Coast—excepting none. The stocic is complete in all the new shades and fancy weaves, and will be sold at prices that will justify |
E anybody in purchasing Silk, Velvet or Plush for dresses or trimmings. About ONE-HALF PRICE is named —not for one, two or even a half dozen different articles, but
•S for every article in the department, which, by the way, is the largest and most complete in this city. The creditors, proposing to realize cash and clearing out the establishment, v
"£< will not and cannot resort to the threadbare device of making leaders of a few articles, as some business men occasionally do, in order to attract a little trade, but every article | O
O in this immense establishment goes. You have the choic©, now avail yourselves of the opportunity. |
Crystal Silks at 25c a yard; worth 50c. Changeable Bengalines at $115; worth $1.75. Satin Duchesse at $1.05; worth $1.75. § CO
_h 32-inch China Silks at 4oc; worth 75c. Changeable Bengalines at $1.25; worth $c. Plain Satin at 4oc; worth 75c. $
24-in. first qual. Japanese Silks at 50c; worth 80c Plain Bengalines at 85c; worth $1.50. Plain Satin at 50c; worth 85c. I
Changeable Surahs at 65c; worth $1. Plain Bengalines at $1; worth $1.75. Plain Satin at 75c; worth $1,25. |
f> 24-inch first quality Plain Surah at 70c; sold everywhere for $1. Fancy Silks at 85c; worth $1.50. I ■
20-inch first quality Plain Surah at 60c; sold everywhere for 90c. Fancy Silks at $1.50; worch $2.50. |
Evening Silks, Fancy Silks, Lisse, Velvets and Plushes at prices that would justify you in purchasing now, even if you would have to lay the goods away until such |
rfl time as you wanted them, for you will never again have such an opportunity in this city of selecting from such a large and magnificent stock, and at your own prices. I Qu
The attention of the public is again called to House Furnishing Goods —Lace Curtains, Portieres, Blankets, Draperies, Comforters,, Window Shades, Down Pillows, Tapes
try Covers, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Bedspreads, etc., etc. Buy now and save from 40 to 75 per cent on every dollar purchase.
: The Hosiery, Glove, Ribbon, Dress Goods and Fancy Goods Departments are all loaded with bargains—for the simple reason that goods are sold for less than manufac- '{
' turers' prices. Cash is wanted! Prices talk! You are the judges. f
'CHAS. Manager.
A Serious Question aa to the
Origin or a Nnteanee.
The Plumbers Crit
At the meeting of the board of health
yesterday afternoon Mayor Rowan, Dr.
Kurtz and Dr. MacGowan were present.
Health Odicer Powers reported that
the Banitary condition of the Citdaby
Packing company's elaugbtering honee
had been improved ao far aa practicable
under the circumstances, without inter
fering with the working of the business.
The pigs bave been removed from the
uncemented pen and other elight im
provements carried out. As to the
odor arising from tbe rendering of lard,
boiling meats, etc., the officer was un
able to make any suggestions toward
Banitary improvement'
A communication was received from
property owners complaining that stag
nant water was causing a nuisance on
Bartlett etreet between Beaudry and
Centennial avenues. On report of the
health officer the matter wae referred to
the council, with tbe information tbat
an effort had been made to abate the
nuisance, and recommended the cement
ing of. the reservoir above the pond.
Dr. Powers stated that there waa a
difference of opinion as to the origin of
the nuisance, some thinking it is Beep
age from the old reservoir.
Dr. Powers stated that there was some
trouble in the matter of plumbers start
ing work and failing to finish it imme
diately. He called attention to the fact
that Plumber Buchanan had failed to
complete a piece of work. The plumber
notified that if the job complained of
was not completed at once his license
would be revoked.
A petition wae read from residents in
tbe neighborhood of Dodd & O'Garra'a
camp on Alvarado street, between Sev
enth and Eighth, declaring the camp a
nuiaance. Health Officer Powers stated
that some improvements from a sanitary
standpoint bad been made, but tbat the
matter of horses running around oa
property wat not under the jurisdiction
of the board.
• Dr. Kurtz moved that the communica
tion be cent back to the council, inform
ing them of the facte in the matter.
On motion of Dr. Kurtz the health
oflicer waa instructed to notify the coun
cil of the nuiaanca of water cart hy
drants, and wiahingan abatement of the
The requeat of David Qoatl to place a
water trough in front of bis property at
1538 Ban Fernando street, waa not
Borne newspaper clippings and a cir
cular on the prevention of cholera, sent
the board by George Brereton, an over
cealoua Irishman, of Port Arlington, lie
land, were referred to the health officer.
A communication from residents on
Lake Bhore avenne, claiming that n
nuisance waa caused by reaervoir No. 4,
waa filed.
Tbo petition of tbe California Vinegar
works, referred to tbe board from the
council, aaking that the company be al
lowed to construct a private drain into
tbe river was referred to the health of
ficer In conjunction with the sowar uoin
aaitJtaA ai tha council.
Cnu on Trial Y«ttrdtj-New Halls
The c»se of Chatfleld vs. Ordenor was
continued by Judge Shaw for tbe term
and the trial of Charnock vs. Uo?e vs.
Gripe va. Rose for settlement of division
line on Ban Vinoente ranch was con
tinued till tomorrow.
In department one Jndge Smith had
tbe case of tbe People va. May Myers he
fore bim. Thia member of the demi
mondo wae charged with having stolen
the anm of |5 from the peraon of a Mex
ican named J. R. Valdez. but through
the efforts of her counsel, Walter Ferral,
was acquitted.
William Cnmmings, arraigned on a
charge of attempted burglary and break
ing a pane of plate glaes in the store of
Samuel Mayer on North Main etreet, on
the 24th of October last, wae given until
Saturday to plead. Judge Smith ap
pointed Mr. Ferral as hie counael.
In department two, before Judge
Clark, the day waa taken np in the em
paneling of a jury in the will contest
case of Luca Sciacicb, who killed his
wife and committed suicide last spring.
This will waß made in 1888, but it ie
claimed by the contestants that there
waß an olengrapbio will in existence,
which baa been lost. The point to be
proved is, who died flrat 7 If the wife
preceded ber husband, then according
to the laws of California her heirs take
the property, and vice versa. The case
was continued until 2 p. m. tomorrow,
Judge Van Dyke had the divorce case
of Dolben vs. Dolben for beating in de
partment four, and set trial for Novem
ber 3d at 2 p. in.
Jobn Audlen, an imbecile, was sent to
the poor farm for treatment.
Tbe caae of tbe People's Home Sav
ings Bank va. Shulta et al. in depart
ment six waa called, and Judge McKin
ley ordered decree for plaintiff.
The case of Anderson va. Tbe Los An
gelea Cemetery association was contin
ued until tomorrow.
Cause in the case of Hubbell vs. Cur
lett waa continued by Judge Mckinley
until November 3d.
Ab Ying, the Chinaman who ia
wanted for murdering a fellow country
man at Santa Monica on the 9th of laat
August, wae arrested and lodged in tbe
county jail yesterday by Sheriff Cline.
A complaint wae eworn to in Justice
Seaman'e court yeaterdav, accusing
Julian Valdiers of assaulting P. W.
Johnson with a knife, on the Oth of
October last.
Preliminary papere were tiled yester
day in tbe county clerk's office in tbe
following new casea:
A. J. Hall, assignee of the estate of L.
M. Wagner an ineolvent debtor; plain
tiff va. J.C. Cline and Henry Sußßkind,
and J. C. Cline vs. Henry Sneskind.
E. H. Wince va. Albert C. Eaobuch.
Bank of America vs. J. J. Woodwortb
et ale.
John McGratb vs. W. T). Menthen et
al. —lorecloanre of mortgage.
Kstate of Morris H. < Justin, deceased :
Probate of will, and F. K. Olds an in
solvent debtor.
"How to Care All Skin Diseases."
Simply apply Swayne's Ointment." No
internal medicine required. Cures letter,
eczema, itch, all eruptions on the face, bauds,
nose, etc., leaving the skin clear, wbite and
healthy. Its great healing and curative Bowers
ure possessed by no other remedy. Ask your
druggist for Bwayne's Ointment.
finest Variety and Cheapeat
Place in towo lor fish, tram*, oysters, etc. frsd
Hannlman'a. Mott markat.
A Large Number of Kasterners Arrive
The following named formed a Phil
lips excursion party which arrived yes
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Randall, E. E.
Randall, Mies P. Randall; Spring Lake,
la.: Mr. and Mrs, H. Carlbus, Elysian,
Minn.; E. Cobb, Mary Cobb, Vinton,
la.; Mr, and Mrs. H, L. > Bryant, C.
Gflden, A, Benson, Waverly, la.: S.
Pollock, Mora Junction, la.; B. M. Van
Allen, Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr. and
Mrs. I. M. Gillette, Miss Gillette, Fair
bault, Minn.; Mr. and Mre. L. N. Frank,
Mre.J. Smith, St. Paul, Minn.; L. E.
Hamilton, Decorah, Is.; D. Rosa, Sagi
naw, Mich.; K. G. Young, Chicago;
Mra, M. E. De Yoe and friend, Los An
geles'; Mieß M. J. Vale. E. C. Love, I. J.
Van Marter, C. F. Yojng, R. E. Bush,
G.Selone.R. M. Brooks,H. A, Brooks, Mr.
and Mrs, H. L. Ernest, J. Kolb,Chicago;
Mrs. A. 8. Smith, St, Joseph. Mo.;
J. H. Bliss. Mrs. J. H. Bliss, Peoria,
111.; J. E. Thompson, L. J. Moffit, M.
C. Pillick, Mra. Pillick, Mies F. Robin
eon, S. Rich, Mra. Rich, E. J. Walker,
Mre. Walker, A. Bell, Mre. Bell, A.
Boohith, Mre. Boohitb, Misa Boohith,
Misa McFee, Mrs. Moss, Chicago; Wil
liam W. Tevey, Manhattan, Kan.; Mrs.
L. B. Jones, Mankato, Kan,; Mrs. J. H.
rjolden and friend, Fhillipsbnrg, Kan.;
Mies M. Lentz, Freeport, 111.; E.
Thompson, Mrs. Thompson, St. Louis,
Mo.; E. Belke, Mrs. L. Leonard. John
W. McCnllough, Mrs. MoCollough, 0.
Miller, Mrs. Miller, N. S. Severmias,
Mr. and Mra. R. W. Payne, R. Ham
mond, J. U. Spear, E. N. Miller. L 0.
Miller, Eli Snyder, Mrs. E. Luce, Chi
cago; Wm, McNill, Emley City, Mich.;
Miaa L. Lathrep, Boston; Mra. J. M.
Forgett, Chicago; Mra. S. Allen, Ban
gor, Me.; E. M. Jones, Boston r Mrs. E.
L. Drown, Bangor, Me.; W. I. Gillie,
Mies S. C. Limby, Miaa McChrißty, Mr.
and Mrs. M. H. Mosgrove, Mrs. E. B.
Moßgrove, E. E. Blake, Mre! J. Boville,
Mrs. A. A. Grover, Mrs. J. Devris, Mrs.
L. J. Freeman, Boston; Mrs. J. H,
Pond, Belfast, Me.; Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Younger, Portland. Me.; P. J. Salle,
Sherbrook, Canada; Mra. J.Fleming,
R.S.Fleming, Toronto, Canada; Mra.
F. Fox, Mrs. M. E. Fox, Toledo. O.; Mr.
and Mrs. C. Holmes, Mr. and Mra. King,
Miss King, Chicago,
Sorrow In tbe Near Future
Awaits those who disregard symptoms ot liver
disorder. Be on time If you feel distress In the
region of the liver, if your visage Is sallow,
eyt balls yellowish, tongue coated, or if you
are troubled with constipation, nick headache
and occasional dizziness. Hostetter's Stomach
Bluets will banish these unpleasant symptoms
and hhonki be used ear.y and persistently.
The in, we Is are relaxed without pain or grip
ing, and are not weakened by it as they are by
the action of a violent purgative. Digestion
growß more activo when it is used and the sys
tem invigorated, because it Insures assimila
tion of the food constituents by the blood.
Kidney complaints, malaria and rheumatism
are overcome by this searching and thorough
Our Horn* Brew.
Mater & Zohclein'a lager, fresh from the
brewery, on draught In ail the principal sa
loons; delivered promptly tn bottles or kegs.
Office siid biewery, 414 Aliso street. Tele
phone HI.
Ftrmtri nnd Horinmen Hull's Cream
Salve for horses will keep the flies off a sore,
heal barbed wire cats cures old sores. Some
thing new, something good, $1. Ot! A Vaughn's
drug store, Foutth and Spring streets.
Subscribe for marasines and papers with
f.amrßtadter, '414 Wast second, HolLuueok
Stock Exchange Review.
New York, Nov. I.—The tone on the stock
exchange today wns decidedly healthy and
business, {hough lighter than for the past few
daya, was fairly active. The bank holiday in
Lindoa and ihe Chicago holiday on account of
Harrisons funeral left speculation practically
iv the hands of local operators. After various
fluctuations, the market closed strong. The
advance tor the day ranging from y fl to 2 ; „ per
Governments closed firm.
New York, Nov. I.—Money on call, [email protected]
pr cent; closed offered at 2 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 5t87; ■. per cent.
Bterltug ezchancc. steady: bangers' tiO-day
blls,*4 80®4.80>i, demand, $1.83K®4.833i.
Bah Fbahltsco, Nov. I.—Drafts: Sight,
15c: telegraphic, 20c.
Nkw York, Nov. I.—Oloiing quotatinos
were as follows:
U. S. 4's reg'd....lll 'Northern Pac... 1%
do coupon 111%' dopfd 23i»
U. B. 2's reg'd. 90 [Northwestern ... .105!*:
Pacific 6s 102 jto pfd 13d
Atchlton 20J»[N. Y. Central.... 103^
American Bx 113 [Oregon Imp 11
Canadian Pac 73 Oregon Nay 27
Cauada Southern. 52 Ore. Hhort Une... 7
Central Pac 21 Pajlfic Mail 18
Burlington 83%! Pullman Paiace .175
Chicago Gas 21%
Cotton Oil 38H'BichmondTerm.. 3%
Lackawanna 171'4i!Rock Island o\f^
1). AR. U 28H St. Paul Ho\
Distillers 33 St. Paul .v Omaha 3»' 4
Great Northern .. H9 Sugar Trust 102
Illinois Cen r,il Texas & Pac S'A
Kansas & Texas.. 23'„ i'nion Pac 18
Lake Bhore 127!, U.S. Jtxp 53
lead Trust 28 Wells Fargo 126
L. & N 49 Western Union... 892-„
Mich Centra! Geu. JClectric 47!' 3 '
Mo. l'aoltic Linseed Oil 17
Nat. Cordage D. & K. G. W... . 10
do pfd 50 do prd 45
North American. i% do firsts 65
Boston, Nov. I.—Following were closing
Atchison 20? 8 ' Mexican 7>,
Bell Telephone... 92 , Ban Diego 5
Burlington 85%!
New York, Nov. I.—Mining shares closed as
followe: •
Chollar 30 Plymoulh 10
Crown Point 30 ilerra Nevada 60
Con. Cal. & Va... 3.50 Standard 1.00
Deadwood 75 Union Con 45
Gould & Curry... .70 Yellow Jacket 50
liaie & Norcross.. .60 Iron Silver 10
Houietaae 9.00 Quicksilver 1.65
Mexican 95 do pfd 15 00
Ontario 5.50 Bulwer 10
Ophir 1.70
San FraHcisco, Nov. I.—Closing quotations
Belcher 55 Potosl 70
Best & Belcher... 1.70 Ophir 1.55
Chollar 40 Savage 65
Con. Cal. AVa... 3.05 Sierra Nevada 75
Confidence 80 Union Con 50
Gould & Curry 70 Yelloff Jacket... .65
■Hale & Norcrobß.. .65
Silver Bullion.
Ban Francisco, Nov. I.—Silver bars, 68®
OS'/ic per oui.ce.
Mexican dollars, r»7' s («)sHc.
New York, Nov, I.—Silver bars, Nfe per
Mexican dollars, 57c.
San Francisco Produce Market.
Ban Francisco, Nov. 1 —The local mer
chandise markets are fairly active; with mod
erate improvement reported by dealers.
The produce markets are quiet.
Few changes are reported in iruiti and vege
tables, market dull.
Butter is weak. »
Potatoes are weak. *
Onions are weak.
ttggs and cheese are steady.
Poultry Is In heavy snoply.
Uamelsdull. _____
Chicago Stock Markets.
Chicago, Nov. I—Cattle: Therecelpts were
17.U0Q head; the market was active and
slightly higher; good to choice natives, $5.15(0)
5.30: fair, $4.5004.85: others, *3.7."xa)4.50;
Texans, #3.8«t«31 5: westerns, #2.75(93 00.
Hogs—Receipts were 24 000 head, The mar
ket opened strong, closed active. Bough and
common, $5.5005.80; mixed and packers,
$5.1006.40; prime heavy and butcher's
weights, $6 prims light We guts,
•6.40 ft 6 50.
Sheen-Baoalou vara IMCO *—*a, lm*
murk-twßs strong anil demand fair. Natives,
[email protected]; westerns, *3 00^3.10.
Grain Market.
San Francisco. Nov. i.—Wheat, inactive; De
cember fl.i May, $1,231*.
Barley—Firm: December, 88% c, May, 87% c.
Oats—Cath, $1 10.
Corn—Cath, 87^c.
Liverpool, Nov. I.—Wneat, easy, holders
offer rood aately. No. 1 led winter closed at
5s V .Ai ; No. 2 red spring at 5h 7d.
Corn—Spot, firm, holders offer sparingly.
Flour—Holders offer moderately.
General Markets.
New York, Nov. I.—Hops, steady; state,
common to cuolce, 19023 c; Paciflccoasl, 190
Coffee—Options closed stekdy at from un
hanged prices to 5 points decline.
Total sales, 52.000 baes. including October at
$17.60; November at #17.20017 40; December
at $16 60;a)18.65: January at $16.40. Spo.Rio
closed firmer, with fair demand and moderate
offerings: No. 7, lßi ß tajlß;^c.
Bugar-Raw, nominal. Molasses sugar, 89
test, 30: Muscovado, 89 test, 3'4c; Pernambuco,
to arrive, 88 test, 2J- B c; rehued, moderately
active at 3-16 to V' decline; fair re
lining at BW£O39)rC; centrifugals, 96 test,
at 3? 8 04 c: refined closed steady; No. sat 4 : K
04 15-17; No. 7at 4 11-16g;4' 8 ; No. 8, 48-160
4%c; No. 10, 4! s ®4 116; No. 11,45-165)4 7-16;
No- 12, 4Vi®4J B o; No. 13. fMei mould A,
59-l6c; standard A, 5 l-1605Vir; confection
ers' A, 5 cut loaf, 5';„'«)/> 13 16;
crushed, s ; !s®s 1316 c; powdered, 5 7-1654
5 13-16 c; granulated, 5 31605%: cubes, 5 7-17
05% cc
Copper—Dull; lake, $9.50; nominal.
Lead—Weak; domestic, $3.30.
Tin—Dull: straits, $20.55 bid; spelter closed
easy; domestic, $6-50.
New York, Nov. 1—Wool—Dull; domestic
fleece closed at 20028 c: Texas at 10017 c.

New York, Nov. I.—Petroleum, Arm. No
vember, 72c bid.
c .icabo, Nov. 1.-Wblsky,sl 15.
[The quotations given below are current
wholesale selling prices.]
Poultry aud JSgge.
Poultry—Hens, $5.00185.50 per doz., young
roosters, $3.5004 50; old roosters, $4.0005.00;
broilers, $2.5003.00: ducks, $4.00(0)5.00; tur
keys, 13 lo 14b per lb.
jfuoß—Caliiornla ranch per doz., 29 to ::or;
eastern, 27 to 28a.
Hairy Products.
Butter—Fancy cieamery, 28-onnce square,
50 to 55c; fancy dairy, per roll, 55 to 67y;
choice, 50 to 52Xc
Cheese—Eastern, per th., 12 to 13c; Califor
nia, large, He; 3-lb, hand, loc; Toung Amer
ica, 14c.
Mill Products.
Flour—Per bbl, L. A, XXXX, $3.00; Capitol
Mills, $3.60; fporry's $4.15; Drifted f-uow,
$4.15; Victor, $4.15; Crown, $4.ls;]Btooktonia,
Mill Feed—Brau per ton, $21; shorts, $23;
mill feed (corn and btriey), per 100 lbs, $1
cracked corn, $1.05; feed meal, $1.15; rolled
barley, 75c.
Beans—Navy or small white, pr 100 lbs..
[email protected]; pink, per 100 lb<., $3,00053.50,
black-eyed, per 100 lbi., $2..>0;**2.75; Lima,
Potatoes-Per 100 lbs , 75091.35.
Pebts —Per 100 lbs., #1.00.
Babbage—Per 100 ibß., 36 460 c.
Carrotts—Per 100 lbs.. 75c,
CNIONS-Per 100 lbs., $1.0001.25.
OAESNirs-Per 100 lbs., $100.
I'H BE I POTATOES-Per 100 lbs., $1.30.
Tomatoes—Per box, 40c.
Turnips—Per 100 lbs., 75c.
Orled Fruit.
A rri.Es—Bun-dried, sacks, 709 c per lb; boxes,
10011 c; evaporated, fancy, ilia 12c.
Apricots—Fancy, per 1b.,11012c.
Peaches—Fancy, unpeeled, per lb , 8010 c ;
peeled. 12013 c.
Prunes—Choice, boxes, per lb., 809 c; sacks,
607o; fancy, 9010 c.
Fresh Fruit.
APPLES-Per box, $1.0001.25,
Cranberries —Per bbl., $7.5808.00.
Pears- Per box, $1.00.
Grapes—Per box, 65070 c.
Smoked Meats, «?tc.
Hahs—Bex. per lb., J3!^c.
Bacon—Bex, per lb., 17c; Defiance, 15c;
light medium, 14c.
Porn—Dry salt, HViOl3V»c per lb.
Dried Beef —Per ih,, ll*»012,>;c.
Lard—Par lb., lv tiarses, oompouud, 9a; Bex,
sure. 13e.
Grain and flar<
Barley—Feed, per cental, 70c; brewing, if 1.
Wiikat— So. 1, percental $1.15.
Corn—Per cental, $1
Oats—No. 1, per cental, $1.50.
Hay—Oat, #8:0.9; wheat, barley, $8®
0: alialfa, $9(«}10.
StraT—Barley, per ton, $5; wheat, $5.
Wino* and Uquorft.
[Quotations on liquors revised by H. J. VVoolla
cott, importer and exporter. See ad.]
Champaone—Muinm, pints, $35; quarts, $33;
Pomniery, pints, $30.o0; quarts. $34 50; Bos
derer, pints, $30.50. quarts, $34 50; Monojob,
plate, $35: quarts, $33; Deibeck, pints, $34;
quarts, $32.
Hitter—Angostura, $1.15: Damiana, $7;
Fernet Branca, $10.50; Hostetter's, $8.50;
Amer Picon, $i 7; Harper's Wild Cherry, $7.7.">;
Peruvian, $7.55; Peppermint, $2.25; Vene
zuela, $6.26; Lash, $7.
ALE —Hals At Co, by Foster, $11.75; by
Butke, $17.50; Tcnneut's, $13.50; McMullenV,
btout—Guvness's, by Foster, $11 60; by
Burke, $17,50; Johnson, $11.50; Tennen's,
Beer-Val Blatz Milwaukee, quarts, $11.50;
pints, $12: Ked Kibbon, quarts, $15; pinif, $10.
Extra' T of Malt—Hull' a Malt $3.25 ; Liquid
Bread, $3 75: Best Tonic, $2.75 per dozen.
Whisky—Oufl'v'B Malt, $9.20; Hermitage,
$11: Helleof Bourbon, $9 50; H. J. W. Bour
bon, $8.50; H. J. IV. Hye. $8,50; Mellwood,
$11; J. H. CutterO. X., $11.65; A No. I, $8 50;
OldTayior. $12.
Whisky by Bbl—From $1.65 to $1.45 per
Fallon according to age.
Scotch Whisky—Steward's Aberdeen, $12.50;
Gsrnkir*. #13.50.
Irish Whisky—lrish Malt, $11.00; Burkes
Krus-Five-gallon, 65c; 10-gallon, 90c; half
Demijohns—Half gallon, $2 75; one-gallon,
Ginger Ai.e—C. St C. Belfast, $15.00; Rosi,
Gin-A. V. H., $24 00; t A. I, N., §35 50;
Boord's Old Tom, $11.00; Burn. U's, #10.5u;
Woif's pints, $12.00; quarts, #11. Oj,
Saiitkrnb—Beri'f, quarts, $1100' plntt,
$12.00; A. De Luce «i r'll's, qu»rts, #13; pints,
Whiie Winf—Geischeimer, quarts, $14.00;
Maccoranuur, quarts, #10 00. L,ebfraunnlcn,
qiurts, $17.00; Koenit'ea Vie quarts,
Claret—Chateau La Rose, quarts, $7.00;
pints, $8.00: Margaux, pints, $12.00; quarts,
$11.00; Chateau de Frauds, quarts. $9.0 j; pints,
$10.00; Pontet Canet, quarts, #1* 00; pints,
Mineral WATEa—Apollinaris, quarts, $9 50;
pints, $13,50; Bethseda, quarts, #8,50; half
cailous, $5.50; Londonderry, half-gallons,
$7.00; quart,, $10.00; pint*. $14.00; Hunyadl,
$11 75: Napa sotla, pints, $9.u0; quarts, $7.50:
White Rock, $7.50; Vichy, $1 ~s<>.
Cognac—Her.nessy, X. $16.76; XXX, $21.00:
Martu.l, X, $17.50; kartell. XXX, #21.50;
Kvarlste, Duponte St Co., $20.00.
Cordials—Marlschiu , $13.50; Vermouth,
N. P., #6 65; Italian, #6.50: Kummel, $15.00;
Absinthe, $19.50; Anisette, $17 00.
WiNis—Claret, 30<tS5c; Ziuiandol, [email protected];
Port, Angelica, Sherry, Muscatel, 45c(g<1.25
per gallon.
Wednesday, November 1.
X H Keese to C A Paul-hot 8, Wallace Bros'
A Kee's sub of lot 4. blk J. Pasadena; $1000.
U T Hopkins et ux to W B Hopkins—s7.Bß
acres, Lsmauda Park; $5.
B J Cursou et al to Gonzales Land and Water
companv—2o acres, blk 330, Maciay ranclio;
E A Miller et ux to E B Fremont—Lot 6 and
part of lot 7, Miller & Herrlott sub; $1800.
U W Phelon et ux to J F Humphreys—B \i of
eK M of sco 22, T 1 », B 15; $10
M Trueblood to M 1 Trueblood—Lot 7, blk 13,
whittier; $100.
X C Fraser toH Hollldav-LoU 13, 14, 14, 15
and lti, University add; $1000.
C E Olacins P 8 M Mehersch—Lot 24, Rock
dale; $1000.
D F Pratt to J Anderson—Lot 13, blk 37,
Electric Railway tract; $300.
C 8 Bragg et ux to 8 B Hall—Lot 9, blk 19,
Broadacres; $200
M Whisler et al to E Giilsou—N 9 feet of lot
12 and a 32 feet of lot 11, Whisler I act, Los
Angeleß; $1.
W H Clark et al to G Grademan et al— E 1 .. o t
lots 11 and 12, blk B, Crescenta Canada; $500.
H B Eb rle el ux to D Btoddart—Lot 10, blk C,
Central tract, Pasadena; $10.
C A Strong to L A Van Dyke—Lots 2 and 9,
blkC, Finney tract: $1.
J N Brisefio to N B Hoyce-I.ots B and R, blk
74. .-aula Monica; $8.50
G W Ellis et ux to A H Laphametux—Lot 37,
Kincaide tract; $000.
G Brose to L Brose—Lots 07, 68, 69, Wicks
sub of lots 304 305,Germain & Archibald trad,
8 B Cates to R B Tsnar—ftol lot 18}. b k5,
Park tract! $10.
M A Lynch et ux to E M Hanna— Lot 14, bIK
34. Elec Horn tract; $40.
R 8 Teucr el ux to b B Cates—Lot in Comptont
J S Slsusoo et ux to J H Bell—Lot* 155, 156,
157 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 161, Nadeau
Viaevard tract; $1450.
.1 II Hell et ux to A Rose—Lot on flanta Fears
and Washington st; $4500.
O J Murhmoreet ux to X X Alexander- Lots
10. 11,12. h'k A, Pomtoy & btimson's sub of
Alhambra; $1.
W O Ayres et ux to 0 A Cortelyen—Lot 14,
blk 4, City came, tract; $550.
Deeds 28
Nominal 13
Total »U5,A.72 50
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When sbawasa Child, shy cried ior Castoria.
Whenshe became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children,she gave them Castoria.
Poiitlvely cure in Irom thirty to sixty
days all kinds of
without the uai of kniie, drawing blood or de
tention from business.
Can refer interested parties to prominent L
Angeles citizens who have been treats t by
them. Cure guaranteed.
Cutlery, Ammunition,
All Kinds of Sporting: Goods,
Fishing Tackle, Bamboo Rods, Baseballs, Mitli
and Gloves. Repairing and chose Boring of
Shotguns a Specialty. Guaranteed or money
7-ltily 211 N. Main Bt., Temple block
Slf Oeautwcjal meet. Lot Angela*, Cat I

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