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United States Signal Service.
Keport oi ol.se- . atIODS taken at Los Angeles,
March 22, 1890:
Max. torn.. Mi mm. tern . 40.
San Francisco, March 22 — Forecast till 8 p.
m. Sunday: Light rains in Northern California;
fair weather in Southern California.
Clin ai,o, Marc h 22.—New York, 40: New
Orleans, 72; St. Louis, 40; Cincinnati, 50; Chi
cago, :$4; Winnipeg, 10 below.
H. Rogers was in from Santa Paula
Rev. Dr. Button, of Riverside, is visit
ing in this city.
Major E. L. Stern left for a » hort visit
north yesterday afternoon.
Frank Sabichi went to San Francisco
yesterday ou tlie afternoon train.
Mrs. R. E. Marx, oi this city, is visit
ing Mrs. Win. Clint' at San Diego.
Prof. "William Piutti came in from
Ontario yesterday for a few hours.
Mrs. and Miss Decker were over lrom
Pasadena for the afternoon yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Boardman were
down from Sierra Madre yesterday after
F. Hall and A. M. Galloway were up
from Santa Ana for a few hours yes
C. F. Loop, one of the prominent hor
ticulturalists of Pomona, was in the city
Miss Jessie Couthoui. the elocutionist,
left yesterday for the northern part of
Mrs. E. S. Babeock, of Coronado, who
has been visiting the city, has returned
to her home.
Mrs. Walters and son, C. Fred, of Los
Angeles, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. G.
T. Stamm at Ontario.
Mr. and Mrs. Macleod yesterday re
turned from their wedding stay at the
Arcadia hotel, Santa Monica.
J. R. Schuyler, of Chicago, accom
panied by James D. Schuyler, of San
Diego, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. McDonald. E. N.
Smiley, Ada Galloway and Anna Grant,
of Santa Ana, were in the eitv yester
State Superintendent of Public In
struction Ira G. Hoitt left for the north
at 1:40 yesterday, accompanied by his
M. K. Moorehead, Mrs. M. K. Moore
head, Dr. J. B. Murdock and John D.
Hunt, a party of Pittsburg people, are
in Los Angeles.
G. H. Gray, C. P. Gray and W. E.
Gilmore, of Old Town, Maine, are look
ing about 'this part of the State with a
view of settling.
E. A. Eaylis, of Rosamond, visited
Los Angeles yesterday on business. He
reports that crops will be heavy in his
section this season.
.1. E. Potter and F. W. Montgomery,
of Salt Lake City, are sojourning in Eos
Angeles. They'will visit all the points
of interest in this vicinity.
A. F». Dersery has resigned the agency
of the California Steamship Company,
and in the future will act as agent oi the
Wabash system south of Tulare.
J. D. Redding, Creed Haymond and
sludge lawyer, who came down from
Wan Francisco a few days ago, dbturned
on the yesterday afternoon train.
»• Frank Conant, the very popular and
efficient treasurer of the Grand opera
house, has returned from wintering in
Arizona. He is looking remarkably
Hon. Barclay Henry is spending a few
' days in Los Angeles, where he meets
many old friends who rejoice greatly to
see Mr. Henry looking so remarkably
R. N. Man-in and wife, of New York,
and Henry Field and wife, of Chicago,
are visiting the city. Mr. Field is a
brother of Marshall Field, the great
A. J. E. Furbish leaves for the north
tonight, after a sojourn in this southern
section of nearly a month. He has
quite recovered, during his stay, from
slight lung difficulties occasioned by a
relapse of "la grippe."
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Lowell, of Los An
geles, were in Ontario a portion of the
week, driving over the colony, admiring
the orange groves and extensive im
provements that have and are being
made throughout the colony.
L. D. Cafferty, of the Palace hotel oi
San Francisco, is in the city visiting his
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Burdette
Chandler, of Boyle Heights. Mr. Caf
ferty is much pleased with Los Angeles,
and", like all visitors, is greatly surprised
at the progress which has been made
The First National Club will meet this
afternoon at Temperance temple. An
interesting programme lists been pre
Frank H. Howard delivered the last oi
his course of lectures to the law students,
on 'Torts and Contracts," on Friday
The annual G. A. R. encampment will
be held in San Jose on April 21st, 22d
and 23d. A carload of veterans will go
up from here.
Some of the ladies of Frank Bartktt
Relief Corps visited tlie Soldiers' Home
on Friday and distributed a quantity of
The skating rink did a large business
last night, and at an early hour in the
evening it was impossible for newcomers
to secure skates or a place on the floor.
Dr. Hutchins, of the First Congrega
tional church, will exchange pulpits
with Rev. J. H. Phillips, of the East
Side Congregational church, this morti
Ground is being broken at the corner
of Aliso and Vignes streets for a car
riage factory, which will cost about
ffS.OOO. The machinery will cost from
$10,000 to $12,000.
The ladies ot the First English .Lu
theran church have been giving a din
ner at 21C B. Broadway for the pant four
.days, that has been well patronized and
TIIE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, MABCII 23 1890.
! netted the ladies Quite a sum of money
to lie used for the benefit of the organ i
Rev. W. W. Tinkercommences revival
service* at the Eaflt Side Baptist church
tonight, to last a week. The stereopti-
COrt will be used in connection with the
| meetings throughout the week.
The Canadian-American Society will
! meet in the A. O. U. W. hall. No. 218
' South Main street, opposite the cathed
j ral, on Tuesday evening at 7 ::■>(>. An
j interesting programme has been pre
The Boyle Heights Browns and the
Santa Monica Comets will play a match
game of baseball this afternoon, at the
Fifth-street grounds between the rail
roads. The Boyle Heights club consists
lof Moore, captain; Brown, pitcher,
' Daily, first base; Bally, second base;
Wickes, tbird base; Alsevado, center
I field; I'etalon, right tield, and Tapner,
R. P. List, Notary Public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. Removed to 123 W. Second st,,
ISurdick block. Telephone 595.
THE RUSKIN ART CLUB.
Choice Wood Engravings by Prominent
A rare treat is to be provided for the
cultivated and artistic people of I.os
Angeles by the Ruskin Art Clnb, in an
exhibition of wood engravings by the
best American artisls. Tlie Paris ex
hibit of the Society of American Wood
Engravers, which received the gold and
silver medals at the exhibition, will
form a part of ttiis collection, and to it
will be added nearly as many more
pictures, some of winch are the later
works of the same engravers. The color
sketches will also form an interesting
feature of the exhibition. These pic
tures have been exhibited in New York
and Brooklyn within a few weeks, and
have attracted much attention and great
admiration. They are now in Cincin
nati at the Art Museum, from which
place they will come directly to Los An
geles. Chicago, Denver and other cities
have asked for the privilege of seeing
them, but the prior claim of Los Angeles
has been acknowledged, and these places
must wait their turn.
The recognition which the Paris ex
hibit received abroad has stimulated
interest and appreciation at home. The
New York Nation of January 25th, after
an elaborate review of Kruell's portraits
of Darwin, William Lloyd Garrison ami
Wendell Phillips, says: "Shoulder to
shoulder in this development, with the
artist of whom we write, are an increas
ing phalanx, now represented by Kings
ley and Closson in landscape, French
and Miss Powell in ligures. all moved by
one spirit, in their various ways, to set
forth Bewick's art in this new field,
where, urged by the momentum of a
hundred years' experience, strengthened
and refined by improvements in print
ing and material, with the Japan proof
added, it must continue to grow and
multiply testimonials to its excellence
such as shall make for it its own host of
No such opportunity has ever been
ottered to the people of this Coast, for
study an<l enjoyment of this most
beautiful art, and it is hoped and be
lieved that the interest which should be
felt in this exhibition, will be mani
fested in a large attendance.
Notice will be given of the time of
holding it, which will be early in April.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
A Boot and Shoe Factory—Special
Yesterday Secretary Patton, of the
Chamber of Commerce, received a letter
from George Turner, a boot and shoe
man oi Brooklyn, N. V., asking about
the prospects for success which would
be likely to attend the starting of a shoe
factory in Los Angeles. He says that he
expects to move out here before long
and inquires as to the price of land. A
number of other inquiries have lately
been received by the secretary on the
matter of the prices of land, and it is
evident that interest in California is
growing more general in the East.
The secretary yesterday sent out in
vitations to the principal commercial
organizations of Southern California, |
asking that they send delegates to the
special meeting "to be held here next
Saturday for the purpose of arranging
for an "exhibit of Southern California
products in Chicago and New York.
This meeting will be held under the
auspices of the Los Angeles Chamber of
Commerce, but the general public is in
vited to attend, and a considerable num
ber of delegates from Southern Califor
nia towns are expected to be present.
The enterprise is backed by the Santa
Fe railroad, which provides the exhibit
hall in Chicago, and will probably re
ceive hearty support from the people of
all sections of Southern California.
NEW CITY WORK.
Ordinances of Intention to Change Street
The following have recently been ad
vertised by the City Clerk under the in
structions of the Council:
Notice of the filing of the report of the
commissioners appointed to open and
extend Sixth street, from l'earl street to
An ordinance of intention to change
and establish the grade of Lake Shore
avenue, from Figueroa street to Lucas
An ordinance of intention to change
and establish the grade of First street,
from Lake Shore avenue to the west city
An ordinance establishing the grade
of Bellevue avenue, from Alvarado street
to Hubbard street.
An ordinance of intention to improve
First street, between Vine and Alameda.
An ordinance of intention to change
and establish the grade of First street,
from Broadway to Canal street.
An ordinance of intention to change
and establish the grade of Ward street,
from St. Paul avenue to Alvarado street.
An ordinance granting permission to
grade and curb Winston street, between
Main and Los Angeles streets, by private
An Officer Injured.
About 8:30 o'clock last night Officer
Valencia met with a severe accident
whilst in the performance of his duty,
which will in all probability incapaci
tate him from patrolling his beat for
some time to come. A runaway team
attached to an express wagon was tear
ing down Upper Main streetat a terrific
pace, when the policeman attempted to
stop it, but as he made a grab at the
harness of one of the horses the animal
swerved and Officer Valencia was struck
by one of the front wheels of the vehi
cle and knocked down. His right leg
was severely injured and he was carried
to his residence, where he was treated
by a physician. Fortunately no bones
FINANCE AND TRADE.
Sew Yokk, March 22.—The dullness in stuck
| which has been such a feature for the past wee
whs still more pronounced today.and the trans
| actions were the smallest forthe morning hour
for more than six months. The strong tone o
yesterday remained, however, and the marie
closed Anil and strong at the best prices.
Government bonds were stcad>
Petroleum opened steady at 8674 for Ipot
while April options opened firm atß7' 4 , am
fell to 86% later rallying and closing firm a
87. Spot moved up %, and closed tirm at 87%
Stock Exchange—Opened, 86 7 „: closed. 87' 2 .
Consolidated Exchange — Opened, 87',
Total sales. 109.000 barrels.
New York. March 22.—Money, on call, eusV,
witli no loans.
Prime mercantile paper, 't' /tT' per cent.
Sterling exchange—Dull and steady; oodav
bills. $4-«2\.; demand, $1.8.V...
Bur silver, per OX., 95,
San FBANCISCO, March 22.—Bar silver, per
OS., 95(0.95* .j.
STOCKS AND BONUS.
New York, March 22.—Closing quotations:
U. s. 4s. Reg 191% Northwestern. 111
U. S. 4s. coup... 122 :, 4 N. \V. Preferred 141.,
U. S. 4L.S. rcg 123', N. Y. Central 106%
t'. S. 4.,5. coup. 123.. Oregon Imp't 4«s.
Pacifle lis. 110 INavigation . lis
American Ex 111 Oregon Short Line 43..
1 Canada Pacific.. 71% Transcotttln ental 37' M
I Canada Sou.. ... 54' M Pacific Mail 88'
Central Pacific 31 Ml Reading 10',
Burlington 106% Rock Island OSii
I>. L. & W 36' :st Paul 6S»„
Denver 4 Rio ur.uo Ist. Louis a- s. c it'
Erie St. Paul & Omaha 32*
Kan. A Texas 9% Texas Pacifle. . 19»„
Lake Shore 107 Union Pacific 02.,
L. & N S4-' rt ,U. S. Express . 85 "
Mich. Central 97 Fargo 140
Missouri Pacific 73*:, Western Union 817s
Northern Pacific. 30., Am Cotton Oil . 27 :1 ,
N. P. Preferred. 72 7 « i
Boston. March 22.—Closing prices:
A. & T. ft X 137., Mem. (en. Ist nib —
I Hurl. <t Qulncy. loi;'„ San Diego 1!)' ..
I Mex. Gent. Coin. 19 |
New York, March 22.—Mining shales were as
Alice 1.15 Mexican 2.80
■Caledonia BE, 1.80 IN. Belle isle 1.10
Comstock scr .30.00 Ontario 39.00
Dead wood T. . 1.30 Ophir 3.75
El Cristo 1.45 Savage .... 1.40
Freeland. .. 1.10 Sierra Nevada 1.90
Horn Silver. 2.20 Union Con. . 1.95
j Homestakc . 7.50 Yellow Jacket.. 1.85
| Iron Silver 1.80
| San Francisco. March 22.—Following are the
j closing prices:
I Chollar.. . 2.20 Savage 1.55
i Crocker. . .25 I Union Con.. .. 2.10
I Potosi 2.30 lYellow Jacket . 1.90
Ophir.. 3.85 I
San Francisco. March 22.—Wheat—Quiet.
Buyer season, 11.31*.5 i buyer '90, $1.37', per
; Barley—Quiet. Buyer season. 81',; buyer
'90, 86.; per cental,
i Corn—sl,l2l £@1.05.
j CHICAGO, March 22.—1:15 p. m., close—Wheat
—Lower. March. 80; May, 80...
Corn—Higher. March, "2S : '-„:~ May, 29-' 1 , per
Oats—Steady. March, 21 :1 4 : May, 21 7 „ per
Liverpool, March 32.—Wheat—Steady; de
mand poor; holders otter mod* ratelv. Califor
nia, 17s. 3'f;d.@l7s. (id. per cental.
Corn—Quiet hut steady; demand poor. New
mixed Western, 3s. 7d. per cental.
Chicago, March 22.—Whjskey—$.1.02.
Shoulders—s4.4o(o4.so; short clear, $5.40r0
5.50; short ribs, March. $5.07...
Pork—Steady. March. *T0.32'..: May,
Lard—steady. March. $(1.10; May, $6.15.
New York, March 22.—Hops—Easy.
Coffee —options closed steady, 10(0-25 points
Bp, Sales, 27.750 bugs. March. $17.85: April.
H7.firstname.lastname@example.org; May. $17.20: June. $16,95®
17.05; July. $1(>.75(0i16.80. Spot Rio, steady;
fair cargoes. 20K; No. 7 flat bean, 18%.
Sugar—Raw, steady. Sales, 41 hhds. Musco
vado. 87 test. 4.,. Refined, quiet, 1-16 loW«.
Extra c, 5 7-10; white extra C. 5 13-10(0-15 16;
yellow. 4 11-16(0,5 5-10: oft A. 04g@18-16;
mould A. ti ' H ; Standard a. ti' s : confectioners' A,
i 15-16; cut loaf, 7 3-16; powdered, 07-10;
jrranulated, (>'.,: ctJEbes,6%.
Copper—Steady. Lake.' March and April,
Lead—Weak. Domestic. $3.92.,.
Tit—Strong. Straits, $20.35.
Pon.Ti-.Y—Hens, No. 1. per dozen, $6.00(1
11.25; old roosters, per doz., $5(n>5.50; young
roosters, per doz.. $5.00C0>6.00; broilers, 'large,
per doz.. $4.00; broilers, small, per doz., $3.00
turkeys, per lb., 10c; ducks, large, per doz.. $(>
ducks, small, per doz., $4.50<g5.00: geese,sliOt
Lard—3-lb. pails. 9e.; 5-!b. pails. S :l ie.; 10-lb
Hams—Eastern sugar-cured. Bex, 12 :1 4 e; Lillj
and Crown, 13?iC.
Raisins—Three Crown, London layers, pel
box, $2.25; dried grapes. 2' Ja,:iv. : loose Mus
eatels, $1.75; bulk raisins. Sc.. bid.
Beans and Dried Peas— Pink. No. I, $3.00(n
3.15; limas, $5; navy, small, 12.5092.75; Uar
Cheese—Large, lie.; small. 12c; 3-lb hand
13c; full cream, Coast, lie.
Butter—Fancy California, per roll. SOYo.H'J' jc.
choice roll, 25(0.-30c: fair roll. 20c; firkin
choice, per lb., California. 22c
Eggs—Fresh ranch, 14c.
Provisions—Breakfast bacon, Rex, 11' ic.
Lilly and Crown, 12*/ 2 'c.
Vegetables—Chiles, per string, $1; garlic
7c; cabbage, perewt., $1.25.
Nuts—Walnuts, 8c; peanuts, California, 8!
Honey—Extracted, light. (>@7c; amber, 4'
Beeswax—Per lb., 17c. bid. 18c. asked.
Dried Fruits—Peaches: sun-dried. No. 2.10 c
bid; sun-dried, pealed, No. 1, 15c bid; Apr!
cots: sun-dried, 13c bid. Prunes; Californii
German, 7c Apples, evaporated, 10(g>ll.c
Plums, pitted, 12' 2 c
Flour—Los Angeles XXXX Extra Family
patent roller. 14.20; Capitol Mills Extra Family
patent roller, $4.20; SperTy's, $4.90.
Corn—Large yellow, carload lots, Bof<4Ssc
small yellow, 80(ft85c; large white. 85c; smal
Oats—Feed, No. 1, $1.25.
Barley—Feed No. 1, new, 70c; brewing, ac
Potatoes—Eastern. ; Burbank, $2.25(j
2.50; Rose, $2(g>2.25.
Mill Feed—Bran, $10; shorts, $18; crackei
corn, $email@example.com: cracked barley, 85c bid
rolled liarley, 85c bid: ground barley, 85e
mixed feed, corn and barley, $1.
Citrus Fruits—Oranges, per box, Los Angele
seedlings, $1.75(0.2.50; navels, $3.75@4. Lem
ons, valley, per box, $2(0)2.50; Eureka and Lis
boll. $3. .
Hay—Barley, No. I, $8; barley. No. Ol
oats, No. 1. $7; wheat, No. 1, $11: Alfalfa
Fresh Meats—Following are the rates fo
whole carcases from slaughterers to dealers:
Beef—First quality, 6(0)0! a 'e.; second quality
5@5ViC.; third quality, 4«r,-l'..e. per lb.
Veal—Quotable at 6@7c for large and 8@10(
per lb. for small.
Mutton—Quotable at 6f0,7c. per lb.
Lamb—Quotable at 9@tloc. per lb.
Pork—Live hogs on foot, grain fed. medium
5@5? 2 c: dressed. 7(JCSc per lb.
J Fisher, Philadelphia B L Shepherd, s F
J W brown, Fallhrook J H Bluett aud wife,
C F Holder, Pasadena Salt Lake City
E H Adams, New York A Goodman, New York
J McDavid, 8F .IS Robinson, S Bdno
Hugh Percy, S Bdno W F Boardman and wf.
Miss Kate White.S Diego Sierra Madre
F Satterwaite, Eisinore M A Build, Elsinore
D W McDonald and wf, E H Smiley, Santa Ana
Santa Ana Ada Galloway, 8 Ana
Anna Grant, 8 Ana JGMcMiohnel.Fiiirview
E A Holbrook. S F Mrs Decker, Pasadena
Miss Decker, Pasadena Sig Simon, S Francisco
Cl* Lindlev, St Louis II A Graves. S Francisco
J F Ramp&dtr. 8 Bdno J S Dinkelspiel, S F
A Caro, S'Francisco S T Dodson. S Francisco
E J Heath, San Francisco.
G A Cameron, Chicago S Spiers, New York
M Wiustach, New York F Hall, Santa Ana
A M Gallowky, S Ana C Peeler, orange
J E Potter, Salt Lake C F W Montgomery, Suit
Z O Smith, Kansas City Luke City
GfStooktou, Coronado W Pluttl, Ontario, Cal
T S Waterman. Chicago S B Satterthwait. Steu-
M A Baird, Uniontow n benville. O
J R Schuyler, Chicago J p Schuvler. San Diego
R L MeKnight.L Beach II E Hixbv, Long Beach
X Gird, Chino Ranch W T Anthony, s F
R F Pennell, 8 F S M Butler, 8 F
C J Weatherby, S F EM Herriugton. S F
T H McCann, S F P Mockler, Boston
J H Eskridger. Chicago c If Gray. Old Town,Me
C P Gray, O Town. Me M E Gilmore, Old Town
II Rogers, Santa Paula c F Loop. Pomona
I, S Williams, Tucson H H McPherson, Yuma
FRANK F. M'CAIN.
The New Commission Merchant on Los
Angeles Street is Happy.
And well may he be. for he is the only com
i.ii-sion merchant in our eU> »h.. h.v, had tike
energy to go into the business upon business
principles. Mr. McCain believes that in order
to handle perishable articles properly ami prof
itably, and to have them at all times in a pure
condition, that they must be kept in a thor
oughly dry and cool atmosphere, and to accom
plish this end he has purchased one of the J,
Simmons new Improved ccoring rooms, it j H
one of the fittest cooling rooms upon the Pacific
Coast. This wonderful refrigerator has three
compartments—O&e for a butter and obeese,
also separate room, also one for eggs
and milk, or whatever one may choose to
use it for. It is In fact one of the
finest in the I'lfUed States, of its size, rih!
probably cost up in the thousands of dollars to
build, and we have no doubt but ihat all our
leading hotels and restaurants will feel proud
that they have one man at least in the business
Ihat they can go to and obtain articles as pure
at all times as nature made them. It would be
well for some one of our other business houses
to follow suit in this matter while Mr. Simmons,
the inventor and patentee, is with us. The work
is all done here iv our city, and under his own
supervision. He can be found at the Hotel
Nadeau, Los Angeles.
Tlie powder never varies. A model of purity
ukl wholesodieness. More economical than the
irdinary kinds, nnd cannot be sold in compe
tition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, slum of phosphate powders. Sold
3ni.y in cans. Rovai, Baking Powder Co.,
106 Wall st.. n. Y. THE JOHNSON-LOCKE
MERCANTILE CO., San Francisco, agents.
DISEASES OF THE
Head, Throat, Lungs
Successfully treated by
M.HILTON WILLIAMS, M.I).
M. C. P. S. 0..
By His Hot Air Medicated Inhalations and his
COMPOUND OXYUEN TREATMENT.
It is a common error to suppose every disease
which is attended by oppressed breathing to l>e
Asthma or Phthisic. We have shortness of
breath In Consumption and Pneumonia just as
we do In Asthma, only that in these diseases if
is always present, whereas in Asthma it occurs
Asthma is a spasmodic disease of tho lungs,
which manifests itself in periodic attacks or
"fits." It comes on suddenly and is attended
with great difficulty Oi breathing while it lasts,
hut when the attack is over the patient breathes
i almost as well as in health,
I Nervous. Humid and Dry Asthma are names
I given to different forms of this disease. Emphy
i sema is another and more inveterate kind of
| Asthma, while Hay Kever or Rose Cold is a pe
culiar variety of Asthma which occurs at a cer
; tain season of the year. Each of these forms of
j disease differs somewhat from the othe>'«
| symptoms, hut practically these distinctions are
iof very little value. It docs not matter to the
I patient, which form <>( Asthma Ive has, sinue his I
Sufferings are tne same in nil. In one ease lite
expectoration becomes yellow, anil we call it j
bronchial. In another it is light and we call it
I dry. When he coughs up clear water, with a
white froth on the surface, we say he lias Hu
| moral Asthma. In Nervous Asthma there is
: Very Mttle expectoration of any kind. Hay
: Fever always begins as a crying cold in the
! head or Influenza, and a clear water runs from
I the nose and the eyes before the Asthma fit
comes on. In Emphysema the expectoration is
generally thick, and 'continues so in the inter
val between the fits, while the shortness of
breath is increased on the slightest exertion.
It is a ioolish conceit of many people to be
lieve that if they have Asthma they cannot get
Consumption. The truth is the very opposite.
They are more liable to fall into Consumption
because they have Asthma. Another idea is
that Asthma" itself is not a dangerous disease,
! and yet the published bills of mortality for this
] city prove to all who read them that great num
bers lose their lives every year by this foul de
stroyer of our homes.
Without courage and perseverance nothing is
curable. But with these aided by proper and
skillful treatment, Asthma can be cured even
after the lungs are extensively diseased.
Persons desiring treatment by this system of
practice can use the remedies at home as well
; as at our office, aud which will cause no incon
j venieuee or hindrance from business whatever. .
] Every case of Asthma is curable. Eastern visi
tors and invalids will be wise in being cured
before they return home.
Those who desire to consult with me in regard
to their eases had better call at the offloe for an
pxaminatlon, but if impossible to visit the office
cersonally can write for list of questions aud
circular, both of which will be sent free of
ha rge. Address
M.HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D.,
137 S. Broadway, L,os Angeles, Cal.
Office hours—From 9 a. m. to 4 c. M.
SundajK—From 2 to 2:30 P. M.
Residence-i-15 South Grand Avenue.
IMPORTANT TO CONTRACTORS
Having purchased the entire stock of
the Willamette Steam Mills, Lumber
and Manufacturing Company, corner
• Main and San Fernando streets, and
being obliged to remove the same within
sixty days, we will rill orders from the
above yard and allow our patrons the
benefit of the cost of removal.
GANAHL LUMBER CO.
W. A. Driscoi.l, Manager.
Main office and yard, corner First and
Temporary branch office and yard,cor
ner Main and San Fernando streets.
| NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
) "NT 0TI( ' X 18 HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
j 1.1 Stockholders of the Sespe Land and Water
Company, a corporation duly organized under
j the laws of tlie State of California, whose place
of principal business is in tin- city of Los Ange
les, County of Los Angeles. State of California,
that a meeting of the stockholders has been
called by the Board of Directors of the said
company, at the written request of certain
stockholders representing in the aggregate ut
t least one-third of the capital stock of said com
pany, to consider and act upon the matters in
volved in the suit of H. B. Baldwin against
- said company, No. 12.255, in the Superior Court
of sold County of Los Angeles, and matters con
} nccted therewith, and such other business as
l may come before the meeting.
Said meeting will be held at the office of the
i company, room 5, No. 41 South Spring street, ill
the City add County of Los Angeles. State of
] California, on the 27th day of March, 1890, at
c I 10 o'cloili a. m.
i | FRANCIS BATES. Secretary.
Los Angeles, Cal., March 12. IS9O.
I l LOKDOK CLOTHING COMPANY.
NOW ON SALE
MIILI.EN, BLIiETT & CO.
M. I 5. & (< 1
New «;•»»!* Arriving Every Ray
We Can Show F.Ntra Values iv Men's- aud Hoys' Suits,
Furnishing (ioods. Dress Shirts, Neckwear, etc.
A Specially Select Assortment oi Men's Neglige Shirts.
Children's Department W>-!1 stocked with Durable Suitss-
All Styles and Sizes of Felt aud Straw Hats.
BUY mm SHIRTS BEFORE THE RUSH
OUR EMPLOYEES GET SHORT HOURS.
We Close at 6 P. M. . . .
Saturdays at io P.M. v * *
MULLEN. BLUETT I CO,
Northwest Corner Spring and First Streets.
LOOK AT THESE OPPORTUNITIES,
FOU BALE—A -_rilt edged piece of Spring-street property.
FOR BALE —Lot on Upper Main, near College street.
FOX SALE—Desirable residence property.
FOR SALE—2O acres orange land in Duurte; 10 acres in fruit.
FOR SAI.ET—wo-story 8-room dwelling ill Boyle Heights: modern improvements; beautiful
property and low.
FOR SALE—A very highly improved orange and Walnut orchard for 175,060. which for this
and two preceding years has paid NET 10 per cent, per annum and over on price asked. This
is a rare Investment and a handsome home.
FOR SAlE—From 10,000 to MO.OOO acres of the finest frnit and grain lands iv Southern
California for colonies. This property is all under the U-st water system, with unlimited
quantities; »ill be sold very low and on easy terms.
FOX SALE—I DX) acres rich valley land; well watered; just the property for a successful
FOX SALE—Good walnut land, with water, very low.
FOX SALE—Three lots on Figueroa, corner Monroe, and two lots on Adams, near Figueroa,
at $29 per trout foot.
FOX EXCHANGE—Business property in Kansas City, paving good revenue, for samo
character business property here.
I-'OK F.XC.H A NGE—-1128 acres in Elgin, Illinois, dairy district, for good orange land or orchard.
FOR EXCHANGE—Good city and country residence ami farming property, for orange
orchards and lands.
1 have oilier good Eastern and local properties huh for sale and exchange.
CALL AND SEE M EE.
fe2s im J. S. VAN DOREN, No. 34 North Spring Street
7~R. $7.00 FOR $3.50
V_£>"A J/& /t SM Si < Makes his elegant and finest finished 17.00
JT B/ L/ f / %S/ photos for £1.50 per doecn. We make a specialty
y of BABIES' and CHILDREN'S PICTURES; also
cK """" l »U«^ *V family groups. We solicit comparison with
S~ ,I * — -B«__^ higher price works, and guarantee ours as good
as any $7.00 Cabinets made in tbe State.
Developing, printing and finishing for amateurs; also amateurs' supplies at Eastern prices.
Sec our work und compare our prices.
Mars-jim Old No. 41, New No. 147 South Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
TWO CARLOADS OF RAMIES
The raliges were in a washout and had to be unloaded in the rain, which has caused them
j to rust a little, and each will be sold from $3.00 to $0.00 less.
F. E. BROWNE'S, No. 136 South Main Street,
marl 1-1 m OPPOSITE MOTT MARKET,
The best fuel for domestic and steam pur
poses If the 8. F. Wellington coal, for sale in
quantities to suit by
wholesale and Retail Dealer in
COAL), WOOD AND CHARCOAL
HAVE REMOVED TO
130 W. Second St.
Yard at Corner of New Main and Chavez ats.,
.adjoining the 1. M. Griffith & Co.
j lumber yard.
YARD TELEPHONE 1047.
J tOST AND FOUND.
1 J Return to F. E. ANDREWS, Alameda
Tester Coal Oil
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