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United States Signal Service.
Report of observations takeu at Los Angeles,
April 5, 1890:
Max. tern., 67; rain, tern., 51.
San Francisco, April s.—Forecast till 8 p.
m. Sunday, for California: Light rains in
northern portion; fair weather in southern por
Chicago, April s.—New York, 40: New
Orleans, 52; St. Louis, 40; Cincinnati, 36; Chi
cago, 38; Winnipeg, 30.
N. J. Judah starts for San Francisco
H. C. Ambrose, of Tulare, is a visitor
to Los Angeles.
H. 8. Virgil staffed for the north yes
C. H. Condee was down from Santa
J. A. Barrows has removed his bus?"
ness to 205 Broadway.
James McFadden, of Santa Ana, was
in the city yesterday.
Rev. and Mrs. F. B. Bellaw, of Berke
ley, are in Los Angeles.
R. L. McKnight came in from Long
Beach yesterday afternoon.
Miss Eta Elser has returned home
after an extended Eastern trip.
Mr. and Mrs. AY. A. Griffith, of Que
bec, are visitors to Los Angeles.
Deputy United States Marshal Kern,
of San Fernando, is in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Benedict, of Den
ver, are in the city for the spring.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Cole are down
from San Francisco on a short visit.
R. P. Wieland was a passenger on the
north-bound train yesterday afternoon.
Mr. E. B. Crocker and child, of Sacra
mento, are in the city at the Westmin
J. B. Martin, sole agent for the Na
tional Democrat, of Washington, for this
county, is in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Palmer and daugh
ter, of Chicago, are spending some time
in Southern California.
J. S. Taylor, Miss Moore, Miss Gordon
and |I)r. C. C. Gorham, ot Del Mar,
are visiting Los Angeles.
Johnny Williams, representing Lew
Johnson's colored minstrels, which will
appear here shortly, is in the city.
Mrs. H. li. Riggins, of Burbank, was
in the city this week, arranging to pro
duce an operetta with her little com
Mrs. A. K. Clark and mother, Mrs.
Dr. Fletcher, left Thursday for San
Francisco, en route to Colorado to spend
Max Nebelung, of Anaheim, was in
the city yesterday, and paid the Herald
a visit. Max has just been re-elected
Assessor of his town.
W. H. McFaden, of Placentia, was in
the city last night on his way to San
Francisco to attend the Grand Lodge of
the Order of Chosen Friends.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Barker are down
from Oakland on a visit to the city. J.
L. Barker and Miss E. M. Barker, of
Auburn, N. V., are also here.
J. A. Van Luven, formerly a member
of the Los Angeles police force, is now
manager of a flourishing merchants'
patrol and detective agency at Ogden,
Mary Dubois has been adjudged in
sane and ordered committed to the |
asylum at Stockton.
There will be a Sunday school Easter
service at the East Los Angeles Congre- I
gational church this evening at7o'clock.
The ladies of the First Congregational
church desire to thank all those who
kindly assisted at the entertainment on
The Presbytery of Los Angeles will
meet in the First Presbyterian church,
corner Broadway and Second street, be
ginning Tuesday evening, April Bth, at
7 :30 p. m.
Members of the committees of the
various Masonic bodies, to consider the
subject of a Masonic hall, will meet to
day, at 10 a. m., at the lodge room of Los
Angeles Lodge, No. 42, at 125% South
R. D. List, 123 West Second street. Simi
telephone. Notary Public. Legal papers care
THAT LAND TRADE.
E. M. Funk Charged With Obtaining
E. M. Funk was yesterday morning
arrested by Officer Walker on Spring
street, on a warrant charging him with
having obtained goods under false pre
tenses from W. H. Keyes, about a week
ago, by trading 103 acres of worthless
land, near Orange, for $0,000 worth of
jewelry, by representing that another
tract was the one designated. He was
subsequently taken before Justice Sav
age for arraignment, and his case set for
Friday next, until which time he was
released on bonds in the sum of $1,000.
In connection with this matter, it was
stated that some few weeks ago Funk
had attempted to play the same trick
upon Peter Haack, but that the latter,
on searching the records, found where
the tract was situated, and requested
Funk to insert in the deed the words:
"This tract is not near the river bed,"
or words to that effect. This, it is said,
Funk refused to do, and the trade,
which was to be for pianos and horses,
was declared off.
THE BELL CASE ENDED.
The Court Accepts the Major's
Yesterday at 10 o'clock the case against
Major Horace Bell for contempt of court
came up in Department 1 of the Superior
Court. Colonel Stanford, on behalf of
Major Bell, presented an amendment to
the answer riled last week, in which an
unqualified apology was tendered the
court. Mr. Bell in person addressed the ]
court in the same tenor, and thereupon
the order of the court was dismissed and
the Major exculpated.
Louln Mesmer Wing a Suit.
At San Francisco, Friday, Judge Els
worth gave a decision for the defendant
, in the suit of J, W. Pearson, of Oakland,
against Louis Mesmer, of Los Angeles.
The suit was to recover $28,000, alleged
to be due plaintiff' as the value of furni
ture in the New United States hotel in
this city, and $10,000 for its retention.
It is said that Pearson will take an ap
peal to the Supreme Court.
WAR IN CAMP.
The Oro Fino Club Springing to the
The breach between the two Repub
lican Clubs, the Union League and the
Oro Fino, appears to be widening. It
was intimated when B. Fehnemann re
turned that the air around the Union
League rooms would assume a sombre
tint, and it appears that these surmises
are fast becoming true. For a long time
i the members of the Oro Fino Club were
remarkably quiet, and the Union League
j imagined themselves the sole represen
i tativesof the party. UponFehiieniann's
return, however, the Oro Fino Club re
vived, and the appearances now are that
it will soon be the stronger Ixxly of the
two. This state of affairs is not at all
encouraging to the Leaguers, and there
will probably be some hard words heard
before long between the two factions.
At a meeting of the executive commit
tee of the Oro Fino Club held last night
it was decided to immediately organize
for the fall campaign. The" following
committees were appointed:
Registration — Frank G. Finlavson,
chairman ; Manton E. Jackson, John T.
West, George de Garmo, W. H. Sned
aker, J. A. McCusker, J. Caldwell, I. R.
Dunkelberger, A. B. Lawson and C. J.
Ways and Means—Colonel C. C. Allen,
chairman; J. S. Van Doren, W. F. X.
Parker, W. L. Dunn, Colonel L. S. But
ler, R. E. Wirsching, John Fischer, J.
A. Donnell, J. W. Francis, M. R.
I Higgins, D. W. Fields, Wm. Llewellyn,
I M. D. Johnson.
I Campaign—Fred J. Gillmore, Al
I Workman, E. P. Johnson, T. A. Lewis,
L. Stanton, E. E. Danforth, M. T.
Owens, Theo Summerland, Willoughbv
I Cole, T. J. Canon and Fred 11. Teale.
j Music and Entertainment—Al Brow n,
chairman ; Frank E. Lopez, Charles Me-
Farland, J. F. Burns, W. A. Vander
j cock. R. S. Piatt, F. G. Teed, E. H.
' Dalton and Harry Arbuckle.
The club is arranging for suitable
rooms in the central portion of the city,
where there will be reading, smoking
and lounging-rooms, besides rooms for
the officers and secretary. From now on
until election it is proposed to give a
series of debates, nmsicales and recep
tions, but, unlike the Union League, no
liquor will be served or allowed in the
clubrooms at any time. The members
believe they can make a winning with
out John Barleycorn. An efficient drum
major has been engaged, and a drum
and bugle corps will he organized and
The Result of the Game Between the
Constables and Police.
There was a well-attended and enthusi
astic meeting of deputy constables and
policemen in the township courtroom
last night to receive the reports of the
various committees, and award the
prizes in accordance with the rulings of
the judges appointed for the purpose.
The treasurer reported that $441.45
had been realized by the sale of tickets,
and that the expenses of the association,
uniforms, advertising etc., amounted to
$lt>o.(>o, leaving a balance on hand of
$278.85, and twenty-three tickets still
unaccounted for, but which, it was ex
pected, would be paid for on Monday
next and added to the amount on hand.
The rei>ort was unanimously adopted.
The report of the judges, "Messrs. Del
Valle, Clark, Summerlaud and Mosher
was then read and adopted, and the
prizes awarded as follows :
Silver cup to winning nine—Police.
Pair handcuffs and billy for first home
run—Dixon. Summer coat and vest for
most base hits and assists—Dugan. Hat
for most errors—Fenimore. Pair shoes
for best runner—Rogers. Box of socks
for first man hit by hall—Carlisle. Bat
for best record—Dixon. Medal to re
porter for most original report —Not yet
The question of giving up the uniforms
to a committee for safe-keeping was then
discussed at some length, and as some of
the members of the police nine had
positively refused to do so, a committee
was appointed to interview the Chief on
Votes of thanks were tendered to the
judges, treasurer,chairman, ticket-sellers
and others for their services.
The treasurer stated that tickets had
been sent to each of the three orphan
asylums—Hebrew, Catholic and Prot
estant —but that the last named had ap
parently made no effort to dispose of
any, and a motion was made that in dis
tributing the money the two which had
worked be allowed $100 each, while the
balance of $80 be given to the Protestants.
However, after a short discussion, it was
agreed to abide by the original resolu
tion, and distribute the money equally
among the three asylums.
The meeting then adjourned.
MRS. WELLS'S DEATH.
She Leaves a Host of Friends to Mourn
The death of Mrs. G. Wiley Wells was
announced yesterday. Deceased had
been ill for some time and never recov
ered from an operation performed upon
her a short time since. She was the
sister of Mrs. E. Bouton, and was prom
inent in church circles. She had many
friends who admired her and who will
deeply mourn her loss. She entertained
many strangers in the city and was
looked upon as one of the most hospit
able ladies of the city. The announce
ment of the funeral will be made later.
The Clearing House.
The following is a statement of the
business of the Los Angeles clearing
house for the week ending April 5:
Monday 1165,095.09 $38,075.22
Tuesday 101,397.93 20,390.10
Wednesday 99,203.22 28,846.6*
Thursday 121,525.67 35,167.12
Friday 125,334.41 32,254.16
Saturday 73,593.61 11,545.19
Total $686,131.93 $166,278.53
Mrs. M.—l hear yourdaughter lost her
place as type-writer. Did She make some
Mrs. N.—Yes; she fell in love with
one of the clerks before she had given
the boss time enough to take a liking to
The following telegrams remain un
called for at the Western Union telegraph
office, corner Court and Main streets.
April 5, 1890: C. Wiilard, Nettie L.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, 1890.
A Very Interesting Conference With
A committee of the Iroquois Club held
a conference with a number of represent
ative Democrats last night in the hall oi
the club, on First street. The inter
change of opinion was of a very interest
ing, instructive and valuable character.
Mr. Max Popper, the Vice Grand
Sachem of the State, was present, and
in a carefully considered address threw
a great deal of light upon the subject of
how to perfect a systematic, efficient and
powerful organization. He dwelt upon
the great advantage that had accrued to
the party in northern cities by the suc
cessful organization of strong Iroquois
Clubs, and was satisfied that the club
here, if organized upon the basis of ad
vancing the interests of the whole De
mocracy instead of subordinating it to
individual interests, would accomplish a
work of inestimable value to the party
and secure the purity of elections. Judge
Redick, Mr. Jake Kuhrts, Judge Done
gan, Mr. T. H. Brown and others also
made suggestive speeches. A number
of names were handed in for member
ship, and a great deal of important work
was laid out for the club.
R L rhepard, S F FA Palmcr.wf & dr.Cu'o
Mrs X J Brown. 8 DiegoC Frankenthai, N V
CB Morris, Philadelphia W A Lathrop. Pa
Chas Hartshorn, do Edgar Cope, do
Eugene Delano, do W C Ahlerson, do
T L Barker & wf. Oakld J L Barker, Auburn, NY
J W Wallace, Alhambra Miss ft M Barker, do
J Bannick, S F nil Comstock, Oakland
R V Johnson, NY F Penrose, Philadelphia
N O Murphy, Phoenix M C Newell, Rochester
C T De hurrietta & s.do J McDavid, 8 F
F W Guard, Chicago C H Benedict A wf, Col
C M Condee,.S Barbara J H McMichael, Fairvw
R Mareau, Rochester F H Detroit
W A Mareau. do C A Tower, lowa
beorge M O'Donuell
E F Dillon,Dubuque, la Wm Piutti, Ontario
E F Cole & wf. San Fran Mrs Titus, Oakland
C F Holton, N M Rev F B Bellan & wife,
S F Holcnmb Jr. Needl's Berkelv, Cal
R F Manders & child, A W Gilbert, N V
Denver, Col E B Preston, Chicago
Mrs E E Dow, Toledo M Carter, Oak lark, 111
II Banning, Pasadena J E Fishbnrn, s Diego
.1 Forrent, Jr, Mich II F Valiet & fam, 111
F Forrent. do A C Youndt, do
J X Carlisle, San Fran A Shires, San Diego
A Cars, do T B Hubbard, San Jose
G R Vernon, do R E McKnight. I, Beach
F Shirch, do O F Geryeleck, S Fran
II C Ambrose. Tulare S Torev A wf, N V
| Miss Izler, S F J S Taylor, Del Mar
D H Haskell. S P R R, Miss Moore. do
San Francisco Miss (Jordan do
I W A GriffilhAwf.Quehec Dr C C Gorham, do
jM S Summers & wife, J J Coleman, Arizona
John T. Fleming asks for letters of
administration on the estate of Camelia
L. Fleming, valued at $1,200.
Andrew Glassed sues A. C. Shaw for
$2,800 due on a note.
D. A. Kughen sues T. S. Smith to
quiet title to real estate.
Andrew \V. Ryan sues E. L. Stein and
the Sierra Water Company to restrain
said company from putting in water
works and pipes in the city.
Barbara Childs and M. W. Childs sue
A. B. Caldwell and cithers for $1,000 due
on a note.
Second-street park, containing eight acres and
a beautiful lake. Would make the finest
nursery and flower garden in the State, Apply
to Joe Bayer & Co.
131 North Main Street.
General Spring Opening.
Saturday, March 29th, and Monday, March
31st, Madam D. Gotthelf, importer of flue
French Millinery, 121 S. Spring street. Posi
tively the handsomest, largest and most desir
able stock, at reasonable prices.
For First-Class Coupes or Carriages.
Best turnouts arid lowest rates in the city, go lo j .
City Cab and Carriage Company, office and
stand, Hollenbeck hotel, corner' Second and
Spring streets. Telcphoue 40. Phil. Dei.
R. B. Young, architect, has removed from
California Hank building to rooms 47. 48 and
49, new Wilson block, First and Spring streets.
ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indigestion,
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss "of Appetite,
Yellow skin. Shiloh's Vitalizer is a positive
cure. For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 122 North
Use "German Family" soap.
The powder never varies. A model of purity
and wholesoineness. More economical than the
ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in compe
tition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, slum of phosphate powders. Sold
Only in Cans. Royal Baking Powdf.u Co
106 Wall St.. N. Y. THE JOHNSON-LOCKE
MERCANTILE CO., San Francisco, agents.
JOE POHEIM, The Tailor,
Of an immense stock of fine Spring and Sum
mer Goods, such as have never been exhibited
on this Coast. Fine tailoring at moderate prices.
Elegant Business Suits made to order
from |25 00
Stylish Pants made to order from ... 000
Fine Silk-lined Overcoats made to
order from 25 00
Stylish English Walking Suits made
to order from 3000
Fine French Pique and Beaver Suits
made to order from 40 00
And all other garments in like proportion
These are prices never offered before. All gar
ments made by first-class mechanics. Perfect
fit, best of trimmings and workmanship guar
anteed or no sale.
JOE POHEIM, The Tailor,
141 and 143 South Spring Street,
Bryson-Bonebrake block, Los Angeles.
203 Montgomery St., 724 Market St., 1,110
and 1,112 Market St., San Francisco, 600 J st
cor. Sixth, Sacramento, Cal. 105, 107 and 109
Santa Clara St., San Jose, Cal. 1,800 Mariposa
St., under Grand Central hotel, Fresno, Cal
1,021 and 1,023 Fourth St., San Diego, Cal
73 Morrison St., Portland, Or. m2O
I RON, STEEL,
Horseshoes and Nails,
Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Etc.
117 and 119 South Los Angeles Street
( JJAWEBAI.L PARK\~^~
I BASEBALL ! BASEBALL !
: * *
■ SATI'RDA V, APRIL 5, 1890.
SUNDAY. APRIL 0, 1890
FRESNOS VS. LOS ANGELES.
(The re organized Los Angeles club.)
General Admission, 25 cents.
Take First-street cable cars to grounds.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager
A MUSICAL FESTIVAL.
FOR FIVE NIGHTS ! FOR FIVE NIGHTS
and Saturday Matinee.
COMMENCING TUESDAY, APRIL BTII.
NEW YORK CASINO OPERA CO.
Under the management of Mr. Nathaniel Roth
Tuesday Evening and Saturda\
I Wednesday and Thursday Evenings'.... NADJY
Friday and Saturday; Evenings,
Regular Prices. Sale of seatsjbegins Thurs
day morning, April 3rd. ap2
ICS ANGELES THEATER,
j McLain & Lehman, Lessees and Managers.
4INIGHTS, COMMENCING SUNDAY EVEN
ING, APRIL OTH.
The Sparkling and Vivacious Soubrette, MISS
KATIE EMMETT, In her great play,
'* THE WAIFS OF NEW YORK ! '
Magnificent special scencry|for each act !
DON'T FAIL TO SEE
The great Harlem Railroad Bridge Scene, show
ing two trains (Tossing the Harlem railroad
bridge in opposite directions !
Old Trinity Church, Broadway, New York, by
moonlight ! The Tombs Police Court I
Castle Garden at Sunset ! Exterior of the Tombs
and the Grand Fire Scene at Five Points.
The Most Realistic and' Startling FireJLScene
ever shown upon any stage. apl
For Premium Lists see Herald on Tuesdays
Ou all other matters address
MRS. J. D. BURCH,
319 8. Hill st.
MONDAY' EVENING, APRIL 7, 1890,
; PINAFORE! -v- PINAFORE!
Given for the benefit of the
German Ladies' Benevolent Society,
By Fifty Juveniles, children of prominent
citizens of Los Angeles.
Director—Prof. A. Willhartitz.
Admission—sl.so for one gentleman and lady,
including the Grand Ball following. Additional
ladies' tickets, 50 cents each. Children 25 cents.
Commences at S o'clock, sharp. mar2o-td
PALACE RESTAURANT AND SALOON,
Corner First aud Spring Streets.
The Most Magnificent and Popular
Resort in the City.
FREE CONCE RTS !
CELEBRATED PHILHARMONIC SOLOISTS
Every Night from 8 to 12.
JOSEPH SCHURTZ. PROPRIETOR.
Fifth and Olive Streets.
BEGINNING SATURDAY', MARCH 22D.
FOR RESPECTABLE CLASSES ONLY.
Admissiom Free to Gallery. Skating, 25 cents.
J. L. WALTON, Manager. mrlB-lm
Broadway and Sixth street.
FRIDAY' EVENING, APRIL 11TH,
ILLINOIS ASSOCIATION SOCIAL!
Vocal and Instrumental Music,and the comedy,
"A QUIET FAMILY,"
PRODUCED BY THE
WOODBURY COLLEGE DRAMATIC CO.
Admission (to cover expenses), 10 cents.
Illinois hall to let.
Three blocks south of Jefferson street.
FIRST GRAND PICNIC
OF THE SEASON.
SUNDAY. APRIL OTH SUNDAY, APRIL OTH
Natatorium or Swimming Bath !
Water heated by stean; several new porcelain
lined tubs added, also a large dressing-room for
ladles, connecting with baths. Tuesday nights
for ladies and gentlemen.
WM. J. McCALDIN.
marti-tf President and Manager.
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 fill orders from the
above yard and allow our patrons the
benefit of the cost of removal.
GANAHL LUMBER CO.
W. A. Dkiscoll, Manager.
Main office and yard, corner First and
Temporary branch office and yard,cor
ner Main and San Fernando streets.
m 22 lm
F. HAN I MAN,
Telephone 188. » P. O. Box 537.
LOS ANGELES FISHING COMPANY,
Wholesale and retail dealers in
FISH, GAME AND POULTRY.
All kinds of OYSTERS always on hand.
Stalls 8, 11, 13, 16, 18 and 20, Mott Market, Los
Angeles, Cal. m 15-2 m
IONDON CLOTHING COMPANY.
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We are making home runs with our NEW SPRING STOCK. Come
in and see us.
LONDON CLOTHING CO.
NO. 242 SOUTH SPRING STREET.
WE CAKRY THE LARGEST STOCK OF
@<9&J» MfW* In th* city.. We have 500 dozen hats to select from,
(S?; U , i& and we guarantee to sell our goods at from 10 to 25
per cent, cheaper than any ol our competitors.
satisfy yourself, investigate, look in our laboratory.
J We can show you 25 pounds raw ostrich feathers
made in shop. We manufacture our own
"■lillS&i N 20 dozen children's Hats, line quality, at 25c.
t5O dozen bunches French Flowers, mounted on
\ 1 )| f'" ,l ' l ,z l ''" I ','L l ' Wild Roses or Marguerites, one«
; 1 0 Wrell,h ot * lowers for 15c, one-half yard
'Ribbons and Ostrich Feathers, everything in
:■ ■w-k-\\-^'/ i -/ proportion cheaper. Too numerous to'mention
Hair Goods below cost. mr3olm
jH SAM. N. OSBORNE.
Atlantic Steamship, Insurance
AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY. L J!^^HSlßfe ?
SOUTHERN PACIFIC TRANSFER TRUCK COMPANY.
sold to and from Great Britain and Europe by all first-class lines at lowest rates.
Staterooms secured. Call and get Information. Houses to rent. Money to loau. Collections made.
No. 215 WEST FIRST STREET,
TELEI'IIOXE NO. Its. apl-3m IX>S A NOE CiVL.
PABST BREWING 00.
Formerly Ph. Best Brewing Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
This Beer is sold by tlie keg or in bottles. Family Trade Solicited.
Orders delivered to all parts of the city.
THE BEST TONIC.
A Concentrated Liquid Extract of Malt and Hops, free from alcohol. Invigorating and nutritious.
Insures a healthy appetite. Aids digestion. Streugheus the system.
manufactured by the G. T. STAMM, Sole Agent
PABST BREWING CO, of Milwaukee, Wis. For Southern California, 25 Elmira street, Los
For Sale by All Druggists. Angeles, Cal. Telephone No. 224.
242 EAST FIRST STREET,
BEI.OW LOS ANGELES ST.
Wednesday, April 9th, 1890,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
W. E. Beeson will sell the entire contents of
the double stores, consisting of one Mowe
cabinet folding desk, cost $350 when new, one
folding lied with mirror, three walnut desks,
one fine walnut wardrobe with double French
plate glass front, twenty antique, mahogany
and walnut bedroom suits, one iron safe, carpets
lace curtains, portieres, center tables, etc.
These goods were recently shipped from San
Diego, are comparatively new and good.
Sale positive. Parties retiring from business.
apo-4t BEN. 0. RHOADES, Auctioneer.
ELEGANT COTTAGE RESIDENCE
Wednesday, April 9th, at 11 a.m.
ON THE OROUNDS,
No. 37 East Twenty-Third Street.
Contains large hall, parlor, dining-room,
kitchen, two bedrooms, bath, hot and cold water;
large closets in every room.
The plumbing is first-class; the woodwork
finished in excellent style in oil and varnish;
house newly painted and in magnificent order;
house alone cost $2,300.
The lot is a large one (09x110), fronting on
Twenty-third street, and will be a corner one
when Martin street is opened. It already has a
back entrance to that street. The garden is very
attractive and well laid out. Don't miss this
chance. For further particulars apply to
C. A. SUMNER & CO., Auctioneers,
apG-4t 107 S. Broadway.
Is thorough in its work of cleansing the system
of all impurities in a very short time, and
is considered by those having used
It as a SPECIFIC in
Constipation, Loss of Appetite,
Give It a Trial. Sold Everywhere.
al-5m M. L. STARIN, President
Throat Diseases, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consumption
Together with diseases of the
EYE, EAR AND HEART,
Successfully treated by
M.HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D.
M. C. P. S. 0.,
(Graduate of Medical Department Victoria
College, Ontario, Canada, in 1807, and member
of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of
Ontario, Canada, since 1882.)
By His Hot Air Medicated Inhalations and his
COMPOUND OXYGEN TREATMENT.
Probably no system of practice ever employed
has been so universally successful as that in
troduced by Dr. Williams for the cure of Catarrh,
Throat Diseases, Bronchitis, Asthma aud Con
Catarrh is often regarded by the patisnt as
a cold in the head, and he often expresses his
astonishment at his remarkable tendency to
contract fresh cold. Indeed he declares that
he is scarcely free from one cold before he
takes another, and he is always exceedingly
careful; it is also a matter of surprise to him
that the cold always seems to settle in the
head and throat.'
At times many of the symptomß of catarrh
seem to abate, and the patient is led to hope
that the disease is about to wear off; but an
other class of symptoms soon appear and he
teams to his horror, that instead of recovery
from the disease, it is somewhat changed in its
character and has extended to the throat
A sense of weariness is sometimes felt in
reading, speaking or singing; hoarseness at
times occurs, a sensation of dryness is felt in
the throat, or it appears that some foreign
substance, as, for instance, a hair, obstructed
the throat ; there becomes a sense of languor
and fatigue; the breath lessens on a little
exertion, a short, hacking cough, a peculiar
sound in clearing the throat, a • feeling as
though there was not room enough in the
chest to breathe; these and other symptoms
occur after the disease has made considerable
progress. Then it is a time when consumption
is about to begin its dreadful work. Up
to this time the press of the disease may
have been slow and the patient may, in
expressing his confident hope that It will
"wear off," declare that he has had the catarrh
for years and has not seemed to become much
worse, and trusts that he will "by and by"
recover. But this delusion is the grand error
which has peopled our cemeteries with con
sumptive forms, as all forms of catarrh end
finally in consumption.
Every case of catarrh is curable when prop
erly treated Eastern visitors and invalids
should avail themselves of the opportunity of
being cured before they return home.
Those who desire to consult me in regard
to their cases had better call at the office for an
examination, but if impossible to visit the office
personally can write for list of questions and
circular, both of which will be sent free of
M.HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D.,
137 8. Broadway, Loa Angeles, Cal.
Office hours—From 9 A. m. to 4 p. m.
Sundays—From 2 to 2:30 p. m.
Residence—ll9 South Orand Avenue.