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American Sugar Refinery
A BTKUO«LE WITH HIOHBINDEKa
Mitro-Olye *riu» Explosion — Powder
Mills Blown Up—Crime
I Assort*'e<i Frew Dieuatches to toe Hrms
San Fkancisw, November s.—Attor
nay-General Jobnso'j commenced suit
to-day on behalf of the State of Califor
nia against the American Sugar He Suing
Com pan y. The com plaint sets forth that
the Company has disregarded the pur
pose for which it was incorporated, by
aur rendering the management of its con
vents and the control of its business, to
the Sugar Trust, a company which, the
com plaint alleges, is an association of
individuals residing out of and not resi
dents of the State of California, formed
and operated for the purpose of limiting
•apply, and thus advancing the price of
sugar, and is not a corporation but is an
aulawful combination and monopoly,
acting in restraint of trade. It is asked
that the charter of the American Sugar
Kenning Company l>e vacated and its
• IHI (.1,1.1 WJ I'M Hil.HUni)| K».
Kacltlng Atteeapt at K«l>ii<r > la *aa
Sajn Fajjiciaco, November 5. —Late
last night an unknown Chinaman made
hie appearance at a house in Chinatown,
kept by Giui Hop and Won Jen and oc
cupied by a number of Chinese women,
and asked to be allowed to pass the
night. The request being granted
be instructed an old woman
who had charge of the other
females to call him at 5 o'clock in the
morning, and then retired. At the hour
named be was awakened and made a
•bow of prepar ing to leave, but as the old
woman took down tbe barricades and
opened the front door for him, he caught
her by tbe throat and threw her to one
aide and the uexl instant the room
was tilled with ten high binders, evidently
bis confederates who had been waiting
for bis signal. They immediately spread
through the house for tbe purpose of
ransacking it. One threw pepper in the
eyes of the old woman and struck her
over the head with an iron bar several
times ere she fell unconscious in a cor
ner. Wong Jen, one of tbe pro
prietors of the bcu.-e, awakened by her
cries, opened his door, and was at
once struck acrosa the face with an iron
bar in the hands of the highbinders. He
attempted to fire at bis assailant and a
desperate struggle ensued, for the po»
--aeavion of the revolver, which was finally
knocked from his hand by a second as
aailant. In the meantime Oim Hop,
tbe other proprietor, was struggling with
a highbinder named Horn Gang To j. The
battel attempted to use big revolver
when Hop shot him in the abdomen with
a Henry rifle and he fell to the floor mor
tally wounded. Officer (iillen and Gus.
Berg, a citizen attracted by the uproar,
entered the house and came upon Wong
Jen, who was still struggling with Chin'
Him. Tbe officer succeeded in placing
handcuffs on the latter, though
Him fought desperately and tried
several times to choke Gillen.
Tbe other highbinders, alarmed by the
appearance of the officer, fled. Horn
Gang Too was found dead on the floor.
Wong Tim Hop was arrested, charged
with his death, and a number of Chinese
were detained as witness. As the high
binders ali had their faces blackened,
tbe j>olice do not expect to identify them.
Three Toae af tbe fcxplonlve net off.
PiTTHBi'Ko, November s.—lntelligence
baa been received if an explosion of a
nitro-glycerine magazine near Hhanno
pin, Pa., twelve miles from here, this
morning, (ireat damage was done to
The magazine belonged to the Torpedo
Company, of Delaware. The explosion
was terrific, and was felt twenty-five
mile* away. Houses and shanties were
shattered in the vicinity. It was report
ed that a large number of persons had
been killed or injured; but it is now be
lieved no one was hurt, though nothing
definite is known.
It is supposed it was caused by a tramp
through ignorance. Between two and
three tons of glycerine were in the maga
zine. The earth was torn up for a dis
tance of 500 yards. Trees an eighth of a
mile away were rent asunder. Many
bouses were wrecked. The residences
of George and William Wilson and Thos.
Mc'lov, half a mile away, were com
pletely shattered and the occupants
thrown through the windows, but no
body was seriously injured. As far as
can be ascertained no one was killed,
except possibly tbe tramp.
«. I. lI.MI •►>! 1> WIMIO'I.
Th* Kx-Preniler Pin:he« into (lie
Bikminuiiam, November 5. —Gladstone
arrived to-day. He will remain most of
tbe week and make several speeches. A
great crowd awaited him. Numerous
deputations presented addresses. He said
the addresses fully recognized the fact
that the Irish question ia really the Eng
lish, Scotch and Welsh question, and un
til tbe question is settled, tbe country
could know neither rieace nor effectual
progress. He said that all ef
forts to solve tbe fisheries
question with the United States
bad benn most egregious failures.
Tbe Liberals did not wish to increase the
difficulty, but were desirous that by a ju
dicious choice of persons and suggestion
of measures tbe question should bo set
tled in a manner tending to draw both
countries intocloser relations.
He said the Sackville incident was ex
tremely unfortunate. It resulted in the
infliction of a serious slight and dispar
agement upon England. He hoped the
matter was susceptible of satisfactory ex
planation. The incident ought to serve
to moderate tbe spirit of vaunting and
bragging in vogue among Tories.
A SPICY HISTORY.
. A Urination, Urewlai out of a
f'renrh Rcauaal, at Montreal.
Montreal, November 5. —A sensation
has been caused by tbe arrest of Adelard
Noel, on the charge of using threatening
language to C. E. Sortay, once Under
Minister of Finance in France and Presi
dent of the Rank of Lyons. As Presi
dent of the Hank of Lyons he declared
that the reserve fund was in gold, when
in reality it was in bonds of the Union
General. When the ILiion Gen-
Ma] went under so did the
Bank of Lyons. Soraty escaped
to Canada, taking with him, It is said,
something like a million francs. He also
TBE LOS ATOELES "DAILY HERALD: TUESDAY MORyiSG. NOVEMBER G. 1888
brought the wife of his private secretary,
so the story goes, and settled here,where
tor the past few years he ha* devoted
himself to literary work. Adelord Noel,
who styles himself the head of the Paris
polios securite, Saturday walked into the
Soraty villa with a revolver and threat
ened to avenged on both Soraty and
the woman who ran away with him
leaving her husband behind to die of a
broken heart. If the case is pushed a
spicy history will be brought to light.
THE 1 SKIT MWN.
Twealr>twt selves lon rat Ute Col
lision «Mff Ctwu.
Lonuok, November 5. —Captain Bjon
ness, of the Norwegian bark Nor, which
collided with and Bunk the steamer Bax
mundham, off Cowes, disclaims responsi
bility for the accident. He says the Sax
rjuundhani ran into the Nor while the
weather was perfectly clear. The crew
of the Nor remained on the bark eight
hours after the accident. They then
abandoned her. He said signals of dis
tress were made to passing steamers, bat
they declined to render assistance. Noth
ing has been heard of the twecty-two
persons missing. There is little doubt
that they went down.
TKA"IP£D TO SEITH.
Cta-Mri Wantonly Kuu Over ■
*!>.■ »t Kill Hint
Lose Island City, November 5. —Jos.
Kugeler, aged 55 years, a milkman, was
killed at College Point last night. Seven
men on horseback, one of them named
Meyers, s cowboy, were riding through
the village. Kugeler was loading his
wagon with milk cans when one of the
men rode over him, and was followed by
two others. One man attempted to shoot
persons who made an effort to rescue
Kugeler from under the horses'feet. No
arrests hsve yet been made, but the po
lice are after the men,
S Ha) Urnii Hss.sf.Var Overhaul*
a Yankee llrlg.
Bostok, November s.—The brig Rich
ard T. Green, Captain Patrick, from St.
Marc, Hayti, reports that October 18,
when off St. Marc, he was ordered to
heave to by a Haytiau man-of-war,
whose armed officers and men came on
board three times, taking away the ship's
register and all her papers, and threaten
ing to take her to Port-Au-Prince as a
prize. After detaicieir them some time
the papers were returned and the vessel
allowed to proceed.
CINTHU »mhk: v.
Sew York* WeeM.Be 'larurnt
li' ul.d tlte Bleat of Suffrage.
New Yobk, November s.—Judge Law
rence, of the Supreme Court, to-day
denied the application of Mrs. Cynthia
]-*onard, candidate of the Kqual feigbta
party for Mayor, for a mandamus to
compel the judges of election to accept
her vote. The ground of the application
was that the Constitution of the L'aited
States permits woman suffrage, and that
no State can abridge the rights guaran
teed under the National law.
W ktmmrtott, November 0. — The
Treasury Department has ruled that bec
edectine is duitable at $2 per gallon and
three cents per bottle, and not at the rate
of oO ocr cent, adjvakrem as a proprietary
cordial. In answer to an inquiry relative
to the gauging and stamping of imported
liquors, the Treasury Department hag re
plied : Distilled spirits must be gauged
at the port of original landing,*
uuless entered for immediate transporta
tion without appraisement on a ware
house permit. They are not to be
stamped until withdrawn for consump
tion. Uaugers' return of reimported
American whisky, entered for transporta
tion, must be transmitted with entry to
tiie port of destination, and capacity,
wastage, etc., cut on bung stave.
froullf Dealt with.
AuwojVMQDSi N. M., November 5. —
Charles Walker, a brick mason, was
found murdered in Blake, Ruby & Co.'s
brick-yard house late yeßterd*ay after
noon. Herman Burns, also a brick ma
son has been arrested on suspicion. In
the morning the men quarrelled and a
fight occurred, Burns getting the best of
Walker, who went to the brick yard in
the afternoon and was said to have been
followed by Burns. Walker's body when
found had a bullet wound in the back of
the neck and one in the abdomen.
Powder mills Hlowia La.
Pobtla.mj, Me., November 5, —The
mills of the Oriental I'owder Company,
South Windham, exploded about noon.
There were four buildings, one kernel
mill aud three wheel mills. The explo
sion originated in the kernel mill. There
was only the fraction of a second between
the explosion of the kernel mill and
those of the other three. Only two men
were in the mills. Both were fatally hurt.
The loss of the property is not large.
Aai fndla-nunt Monarch.
Nn k, November s.—The King of Wur
temburg is much* irritated over the
newspapei reports, charging that he is
under the influence of three Americans
whom he has made his favorites. A few
days ago the King summoned Baron Yon
Mittnacht, the Wurtemburg Prime Min
ister to Nice, aud instructed him to make
an official denial of the report that bis
private estate has been involved by his
fjolua- Home to Vote.
Wahhi.nijton, Novemter A large
number of employees) in the executive
departments have gone to their homes
to vote. It is impossible to ascertain the
number, but over three hundred have
leave from the now running Treasury
Department alone, and the indications
are that the employees in other depart
ments are leaving in proportionate
A Challenge for McAullffe.
Nkw Yoiik, November 5. —A London
Hpecial to the sportiog papers stated that
Jem < barney has issued a challenge to Me-
Aulift'e, in which he says he is ready and
willing to fight Jack McAuliffe, the
American champion, in Spain, France,
Australia or any part of the world for
£1,000 or £10,000 a Hide,or as much more
as he likes.
Ha('kam«nto, November 5.—A pacing
race took place at Agricultural Park this
afternoon for the Sacramento colt stakes,
$1 000, for three-year olds: starters,
Yolo Maid and Adams. The latter won
in straight heats; best time 2:15%.
Quick on Trlirarer.
Good Hopi, Ala., November 5.— John
Kay »nd W. T. Wilkinson, prominent
citizens, quarreled about a land specula
tion and began firing. Kay was killed
instantly. Wilkinson died in a few
Tbe Czar Thankful.
If, Petkhsjiuko, November s.—The
Cz ir has issued a mauifesto stating that
he shares with the people thanks to God
for his miraculous escape in Monday's
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
mechanics' I tens I ncanotttuttoual.
Pjttsbi'kg, Pa., November "> —In the
Supreme Court of Pennsylvania to-day
Justice 'William decided that the Me
chanics' lien law was unconstitutional.
Arrive* at Bis Past.
CoNsTAS.rij.oj-t. November 5. — Strauss
United States Minister to Turkey has
arrived here on his return from tbe
Stock iiikante rallnrr.
New Vokk. November s.—John W.
V. Carslin, of the Stock Exchange, has
made an assignment. Liabilities
trench Politician Dead.
Pakis, November ").—Maurice Richard,
formerly promintnt in French politics,
The President has signed tbe Anti-
Chinese bill and has given in a clear
message Lie reasons for doing bo. Mr.
Cleveland is not a man to temporize with
such an eyil as the importation of Chi
nese labor. Ben Harrison may vote in
favor of the Mongolian coming in, be
cause he believes a dollar a day i? enough
lor any workingman ; but Grover Cleve
land has different views.—SLouitviile
"When Key. Dr. Burchard reads Bob
Ingersoli's free whisky remarks, Blame's
speech on trust*, and Foster's letter on
manufacturers' fat, he about comes to the
conclusion this year that the grand old
party is suffering from something more
serious than Hum, Romanism and Re
bellion.—[St. Paul Globe, Dem.
Dealers ana Consumers of Deer
WiJU find it to their advantage to cal) on Phila
delphia Brewery, Aliso street, for tbe bett lager
or i team-beer, good on draught for weeks at
lowest price*. Bottled lagex £1.20 per doaen, if
bottles returned. Delivered to any part of the
tty. Telephone t*l
The only house here dealing exclosirnly in
St. Lotus lead and Eastern oils. Fin st uual-tv
ready mixed paints. P H. Mathews, 100 fc : .
Los Angeles street, corner Second.
For a jrood breakfast and tine coffee go to the
Two Brothers Restaurant, No SO East" Second
Now is the Time to Paint.
H Loot* white lead, 0 » par pound, Eastern
boiled oil ts&e. per celiou, turpentine <K>c
gallon. J. M. Uiackbs.ru, 310 South Spring
Notary Public and Commissioner.
For New York and Arirona, 0. A. Dobinson
134 West Second street, lioileubeck Block.
Neidt s No I is tbe best wath to cleanse your
trees E <;. Neidt & <Jo., Seventh and Boyle
sveuue. P. O. box 1753.
BAKNETT <t CO.. the ouiy exclusive whole
sale cigar and tobacco house in the city, corner
of Lus AEit.es and Commercial streets
For good company and a cool glass Culm
backer or ex'ra pale beer come to the Vienna
Buffet, cor. Slain and Ht'juena streets.
Dr. E Bobbins, in order to give the public
generally the opportunity of proving the wor
derful powers of electricity in curing diveasts,
has resolved to chsrge patients oue dollar a
treatment, including bath, or six tickets for
five dollars. LOf) West First street.
Mrs. Dr. Minnie Wells
Hss returned from her vacation and resumed
her ptactiee la diseases of women at No 400
Fort street, corner Fifth. Officts hours from
9 to 5
The origins! Austrien-Hunyarian Kitchen can
be found at the Vienna Buffet corner Main aud
"Cleaner Than Bristles."
Examine jour Bristle Tooth Brush through a
microscope sf . r a few weeks use.
If) ll' ALIVIvV I'd.
Dr. Chas. H. rjoodrleb of Bt. Paul writes: "The
enfart es cleanliness from periodical
change of "relts" (at tbe small cost of
about one cent.
ft* I < 0110ini : First Joost, 00 cents, for
bolder sud bos of IS Felt Polishers, lst:«r only
need be renewed, 25 cents per box; holder im
perishable; at all druggists or mailed by
HOBfKf mtHi CO., I tli a, >. V.
A CALIFORNIA DISCOVERY.
The parasites of which are give cut below, dip
covered by us. cru the direct cause of Catarm
and Consumption, also many other diseases.
Magnihed 560 Times.
Ime.s'in- millions of these animalculae in thS)
nose, throat aud lungs, as well as the minute
eustachian tuljes leading from tbe bar k part
of ths throat to tbe middle ear, and you will
Imagine ;ho misery they can produce. Thou
sands are swallowed when the putleut Is asleep,
causing kidney aud liver trouble, headache,
blood poison, general debiilty, etc. We have a
speeiliefor destroying tbem and expelling the
poison fsoultbe blood. Use the CALIFORNIA PfJSI-
HfCATiVF. atC'RIC LINIMENT to m-ply, nod if the
stosiurh is bud, En tho CAltfOHHtt POSITIVE AND
NEGATIVE ELtCIRtC SYSUM WWi it builds up the
system and purifies the poisoned blood. They
sre manufactured from roots,herbs and flowers
that grow in California, aud are safe for child
ren. They never falL The Cough Cure Is ex
cellent for Coughs Colds,
Croup, Ac., no Child will ever £ UGjmWßm'*
dlewlth croup when this i 1 £ yWeSS&S X
use I. Our Liniment kills paluH l-£3ftW!£r Lv
instantly. Bee oiirTradeMark »rl
on every wrapper. Sold by ,2 TSsViWiBaAl S
Cnasiiitrrr & Co., Propn.
108 ANGELES. CALIFOeWA. WW
Dry Goods Stotjk
Tenders will be received by the undersigned
at his olllce, room No. 81 Temple Block, Los
Angeles, up to noon of November 10, ISSB, for
the purchase of the stock and fixtures In store,
No. 159 South Spring street, Los Angeles, sub
ject to a reserve bid.
Terms cash. Stock will be shown on applica
tion to Assignee.
_n8 8t GEO. I. COCHRAN, Assignee.
Los Angeles and San Diego
REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
Northwest corner first and tort
(Board of Trade Building).
Hare for Sale-
Alfalfa Lands, Fruit Farms, Stock Farms and
Hundreds of Choice Dwelling Houses snd
Have for Item
A long list of houses In every pert of the city.
Have for Loan
Money In sums to suit.
JOHSIC. ri.Ol. HNOV,
ol «' Secretary.
15 North main Street.
Tho world renowned
St. Louis Faust Lager Beer
( Brewed by the Auhouser-Butoh Company)
Win always la: kept fresh on dianght. Hot and
-m... , ooldluuches at all hours.
This place will be first-class In every respect
H. KOCH, Proprietor.
Aud ai. the various discs*** of th*
HEAD, THROAT AMD CHEST,
Together with the
EYE. EAK AND HEAKT.
Baccesafully treated by
M. Hilton Williams
M. D.. M. C. P. g. 0..
And associated with him his brother,
J A. WILLIAMS. M. D..
Physician and Surgeon, late of Grand Rapids,
Specialist in «11 forms of female complaints,
and aU chronic diseases of the blood, etc.
Oat Second and Soring Bts., Los Angeles. Cal
J tflsmmatory action of any ifnd in tiie nose
sueeaily extends it-eif to the throat From
he hruat each br< ath we draw carries ihe
irritation onward and ifriimasi a tLrough ihe
bronihial tubes; as these are involved ihe sup
plyofairto tbe Jnuge becomes gradually di
miui'-htd, tubercales may form aud bronchitis
end in consumption. "Sore throat" is the
popular term Übed in rpesking of throat dis
easra, differing widely from each tther in
their nature and treatment.
The throat coin prises tbe whole space from
'he pokterior usres down 10 tbe entrance into
tbe windpipe snd gullet. The several parts
1 able to disease are the mucous memb-ane
linine the throat, the mucous fo.licles or little
kluids, which in be«ith, secrete the lubricat
jni: mucous, tbe uralaor oedulns part which
bangs down from the curtain ol tn I palate and
ACI'TE OR KIMFLE SURE THROAT.
The mort simple form of throat disease is
inflamma ion of the mucou6 membrane, re
sujiini; from recent cold. It. is most prevalent
la cold or damp weather. The symptoms are
a ronghDtss ir the thioat. with a sight pain
tnd swelling. Tiie thront looks ted and angry
and the tongue is slishtly coated with wbi:e
fur Within a Jew days small whitish spots,
which look like ulcers, form on the hack of the
tbroat and about the root of the toig-ne. If the
attack be mild, the»e aphthous points disap
pear at tbe end of three or four dsvs, but when
more severe tiuyltave behind thtm superficial
u'cers. When the scute inflammation is not
entirely removed it Is likely to degi-neate into
3 chronic form, and gradually develop what Is
(.alied granular disease, or it may end in an
ab..oess of the tonsil glands, or cause chronic
enlargement of the tousila and elODgatlon of
CHB.OKIC SOUE THROAT.
This like nearly all affections of the thrott
at d nose, usually begins with a severe old,
1 nd is almoit always attendtd with a hoarse
ness. It is more freqaentiy a mere extension
of catarrh or sore throat than an original dis
ease, the irritation escaping down and fixing
iUelf upon the delicate organ it m of this part,
and thence gradually journeying onward to
the lungs. When :t occurs as a consequence of
c-itarrb or sore throat, ihe symptoms are com
parst.ve:y mild. There mty be pain but it Is
more common to find only a sense of tickling
which provokes cough. Many complain of a
sensation as of 'something sticking there," to
net rid of whicipthey keen up a lasping effort
to clear the windpipe. The voice Is slways
more or less affected, being rough in the early
state, but more feeble after the disease is fully
established There is often a slit-bt tenderness
over that prominence Of tbe ntck known as the
'Apple of Adam" (Pomnm Adam), a heat and
a sense of tightness and freuueatlv some slight
difficulty in swa lowing.
The causes which produce this form of dis
ease are various. It aries in clergymen and
public speakers and others from toovioleit
use of the voice. The vocal cords become ex
hausted and lose their tone from straining and
overuse. Dust and all irritating matters in the
air are liable to be drawn into th ; windpipe
and produce initation. It is more often a
mere sequel to sore throat, the inflammation
extending down to the larnyx by reason of tbe
continuity of mucous membrane.
But from whatever cause it arises it is
slways a serious malady. The chronic form
threatens the complete destruction of ihe '
voice, aud rarely ends until it has involved
the lungs in disease. Every slight cold, every
change in tbe weather, every flight of dust,
feeds the irrltntion and increases the inveter
acy of its hold.
On the other hand chronic laryngitis fre
quently occurs as a sequel of consumption,
aud is produced, or at least very much ag«-a
vate<i, by the in Station of the'expectorated
matter. Occurring as a consequence of tuber
cle. 4 , it is one of the most distressing complica
tions aud adds greatly to the patient's distress,
f n this form there is more or less ulceration of
the vocal chords, beginning on the lower side
and gradually extending upward These ulcers
often penetrate through tbe mucous and cellu
lar membranes, involving the muscular tissue
and not infrequently attack the ligaments and
When the laryngeal disease is secondary to
that of the lungs, and dependent upon it, we
can only hope to effect a cure by those means
which will remove its cause, and these we
have considered, and shall more fully consider,
under the head of "Consumption."
In -addition to inflammation, acute or
chronic, the larynx is liable to abscesses, to
warty growths a?d to polipi. Under the
action of long continued irritation the vocal
cords become thickened, rendering the voice
husky and indistinct. And again, we may
have complete loss of voice fromjaisyof the
cords, constituting an affection known to the
physicians by the term of "Aphonia." Unless
ihe remedies are applied to the seat of the
disease it is useless to try to effsct a cure. It is
for this reason that judicioua inhalations are
successful when all other means have been
tried without avail.
.Is sn acute inflammation of the tonsils,
which consist* of a collection or mass of small
mucous follicles or glands whose office Is to
secrete a portion of the fluid which keeps the
thr. at moist There are persons who suffer
every winter, sometimes ofteni-r, with an
attack of acute inflammation of these glands.
The trouble begins with a slight soreness and
swelling, which gradually increases until tbe
•.et of swallowing is attended with great Buffer
These glands are sometimes affected by a
chronic Inflammation, and are found enlarged
and very much hardened. In such cases they
secrete a thin, unhealthy, Iriiutlna- fluid,
which is spread over the throat, perpetuating
th 44 disease. In the throats of many young
persons these glands aie permanently so large
as to render respiration exceedingly difficult.
The defective breathing of children thus
affected often occasions contraction of the
chest, and lays the foundation for consump
tion. The eu tachlan lubes (the mouths of
which are Just above the palate) are often in
flamed, and partial deafness is tbe result.
Mauy patients suffering from a throat dis
ease are dyspeptic, and suffer from depression
of spirits So often does tuis symptom present
itself that it may almost be regarded as one of
the PtonUar tics. Persons thus afflicted have
usually the dark aud dingy look of the face
which denotes functional derangement of the
liver. They are frequently emaciated, nerv
ous, hypochrondriaeal, irritable and often cx
haus'ea from other causes, In combination
with this disease.
CSK.AMri.AB SOUS; THROAT
Is the most serious form of throat dlsoas;. It ia
so called because on looking Into the throat
granulations of various sizes are seen, studding
the membrane and causing it to appear rough
and uneven. Sometimes these granulations
appear In patn'ies, but generally they are regu
lar and distinct. When allowed to progress the
mucous follicles of the larynx soon become in
volved, and then we have added to tbe other
symptoms a huskluess of the voice in speaking
or leading aloud, with a frequent effort to clear
the windpipe, by which a thick, sticky, bluish
colored mucous is forced off with considerable
difficulty. The transition from a simple to a
granular sore throat Is very easy. The patient
becomes conscious of vexatious tltillation, pro
ducing a desire to clear the throat several times
during tho course of the day. Ho may not no
tice this himself, but It is. nevertheless, ob
served by his friends. Some months later this
disposition is found to have increased, and to
be attended with an occasional desire to swal
low, tbe patient—to use his own words—feeling
something sticking In his throat.
Those who desire to consult with me fa regard
to their cases bad better call at my office for
consultation and examination, but if impos
sible to do so, can write for a copy of my
Medical Treatise, containing a list of questions
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D„
'wner Second and Spring sts., l .os Angeles
' 1 >n<,«hours—B:3o a. mto 8:30 p. m Sun-
I Usys, 9 A. M. to 12 M.
Pacific Coast Stetvhjj Cd.
GOGDALL, PEEKI** * CO., General Agent*
Em f>raot lines lor Portland, Or.; Victoria B C
i jr".ipe! bocou, Alaska and a; ihhk pou»ss.
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Tlsnc Table tM ISM.
COB INC MurTH COINS WORTH
; 5* : | ; P i 5&
STEAMMUJ. 11 fJ!J« I !;
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if c ? s ff jis
j g B_ _6 B
City of Poebla Oct 29 Oct 31 Nov. 2 Not 4
Los Angeles " 31 Not. 2 " 3 ■■ ' 6
Sauts Rosa !Not. 2 " 4 " 6 " B
Eureka... . •• 4 " 6 " 7i " 10
City of Puebla j 6 " 8 " io « 12
Los Angeles. ..i — 8 "10 •• 11 ■ 14
Santa ioaa .... I " 10 » 12 " it « 16
Eureka. 44 12 44 14 »> 15 .* ia
City of Paebla. •' 14 44 16: " IS " 20
Los Angeles 44 16 44 is 44 10 ■ 2 2
Qu nof Pacific ;44 18 •■ 2© 44 22 " 24
E? rti »- " 20 44 22 44 23 -'26
CityofPaebla 44 22i •• 24; •• 26 '■ 2»
Uw Angeles " 141 " 26 "27 "30
gnh of Pacific j " a 44 28; 44 30 Dec. 2
Eureka \ « 28 " 30 Dw 1 44 a
CityofPnegiU JljolPec. 2;' " j; 44 *
.Jfl-ffTZ of tbe Pacific, Santa Bora
and City of Puebla leave San Pedro for San
Diego on the dates of their arrival from San
Francisco, and on their trips betwern San Pe
aT J'd a ° kfb rrjnclßOo *» Banta Barbarß
and Port Harford (Ban Luis Obirpo) only The
Eureka and Los Angeles cal] at all wav port*.
t art to connect with steamers leave I "P E E
depot Los Angeles, as follows: With the Queen
0 the pacific Santa Eoea and City of Puebla at
9:40 o'clock A.M.; with Los Angeles and
Eureka, going Dorth, a±£:oo o'clock r. k
. SOP""for passage or freight as above or for
tictets to or from
All Important Points lv Europe.
w. PAHRIS, Acting- Agent.
OfBoe: Ko. 8 Commercial St.. Los Angeles.
California Central Raiiwaj
"SANTA FE KtH Tf "
On and after October 7, 1888. trains
will leave and arrive at First Street Depot as
Leave. Los Angelea Arrive.
1:10 p. a D ...Overland. ID 9:30a.m
9 50 a. n. D San Diego Coast L D 12 50 p, m
3:50 r. a. D fmi Diego Coast LD 9:20 p.m.
8:00 a. a. D D 515ra
9.50 a. st D I Santa Ana. D 12:50 p. a
11:05a.m.8 Santa Ana. B 8:40a.m
3:50f.m.,D Santa Ana D 9.20 p. ■
500 p. M. B j Santa Ana. ... ,B 245 m
4:30 p. M. B J «■ j B 9:20 a, «
8:00 A. M L D 5:1 3 P.«
1.10 p« D !f%^ rdj -»|
4 OOr. ■ D Riverside via
1 IB Bernardino!
8.00 A. M. D San Bernardino ID 9:."0a.m
1:10 p. M. l> .San Bernardino. D 9:55a.m
4:00 p. a. D .San Bernardino. D 5.15 p. a
a •■.it v h lS iißernardino* D aon
4.JOF.M. B J rtaor>Dge j B 9:20 a m
10:30 a.m. B ..Glendora. . B 2:12 p. m
5:15 p. M B Duarte B 8:00 a.m
6:30 p. M. 8 Duarte 13 9:15 a.m.
11:30 p.m.c! Duarte C 7:40 p.m
9:30 a. b.Jj Redondo Exp 0 3:50 p. a
j 7:00 a. a. B Port Ballona Exp'B 9:00a.m
I 4:55 p. m. B Port Ballona Mx d B 7:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m. Di ...San Jacinto.... ! L) 5:15r.M
9:50 a. M.D j Eseondido. D 12 50 p. H.
8:00 a.m. I) !Bedl'nd6 MentoneiD 9:55 a.m.
110 p. m. D ißedl'nds-MentcnejD 5:15 p. a.
4:t>o pa. D Redl'nds-Mentone!
Trains leaving Los Argelea at 8 a. a. and ar
riving at 5:15 p. a., connect at San Bernardino
for all points south to Oceanside.
D, daily; B. Daily except Sunday: C, Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays ;S, Sundays
Depot at foot of First street.
City Ticket Office. No. 29 North Spring street
D. McCOOL, General Manager.
H. B. WILKINB, Gen. Pass. Agent.
WILLIAMSON DUNN, General Agent
Southern Pacific Coapy
IMPOETANT CHANGE OF TIME.
Trains leave end are due to arrive at
Los Angeles Daily as Follows:
i Leave For. destination. jArr. From.
j 4:35 p. M Banning I 9:20 A. M
7:40 p.M Banning 9:50 P. M
19:00 A.M. Colton 14:30 P.M.
4:35 p.M Colton ! 9:20 a.m.
7:40 p.m .! Colton 9:50 p.m.
7:40 p.m. Deming and East... 9:50 p. M.
7:40 p.m. El Paso and East... 9:50 p.m.
1:30 p.m Long Beach 12:35 P.M.
9:40 A.M. aDd ! j ****
5:00 p.m. andj j
1:15 P.M. I Ogden and East. [ 7:00 a.m.
10:30 p.m. 1 Ogden and East, j 1 7:00 a.m.
10:30 P. M. Portland, Or ! 7:00 a.m.
9:00 a. X.1.. San Bernardino i 4:30 p. a.
4:35 p.m.; Ban Bernardino j 9:20 a.m.
•• Baa Bernardino ! 9:50 p.m.
1:15 p. m. San Fran, and sacram'to 7 00 a. m.
10:30 p. m. San Fran, and Bacram'tol 7:00 p. m.
9:20 a. m. Santa Ana and Anaheiml 3:45 p. m
4:50 p. m iSanta Ana and Anaheiml 8:40 a.m.
9:30 a.m. j „ t n„h«_ j 4:35 p.m.
3:30 p.m. I B&Dt * BMl >»ra J 9:15 p. a
9:30 a. m Santa Monica 12:10 p.m.
1.00 p. m Santa Monica. ... 4:20 p. m.
5:10 p. M. Santa Monica. .... 6:50 A. M.
0:30 p. m Santa Monica 8:20 a. m.
4:50 p. M. Tustin 8:40 a. m.
9:50 a.m. ( whittier ( 1 3:45 p. M.
4:50 p. M.I i wnitaer. | | 8:55 a.m.
Local and throngb tickets sold, baggage
checked, Pullman sleeping car reservations
I made, and general information given upon ap
j plication to C. F. SMUKK, Asst. G. Pas. and Frt
Agt., No. 202 North Main street; CHABLES
SKYLBR, Agent at Depot.
1 Tuesdays and Saturdays, to and from Beau
A. N. TOWNE, General Manager
T. H. GOODMAN,
Gen'l Passenger and Ticijet A Frauclsoo.
sepl-3m Buperlntendent, Log Angeles.
Los Angeles & Pacific Railway
FOB ME ELY LOS ANGELES CO. R. R.
CHAKUK Of TIME.
On and after Monday, October 8,1888, trains
ou this road will leave depot near Sister's Hos
pital, corner Beaudry and Bellevue avennes, as
HAT! I ARRIVE
POB DESTINATION. , FROM
WeckDaysi Week Days
9:00 a.m. . Prospect Park .. ,10:05 a.m.
3:10p.m Prospect Park. . . 3:55 p.m.
7:20 a. m j Ostrich Farm 0:35 a.m.
10:30a.m.1 OstriehFarm 8;35A. m.
1:45 p.m OstriehFarm 11:50 a.m.
4:00 p. M.I OstriehFarm 3:03 p.m.
0:00 p.m OstriehFarm 5:15 p.m.
7:20a.m Burbank 6:35 a. m
10:30 a. m Burbank 8:35 A. a.
1:45 p.m Burbank 11:50 a.m.
4:00 p. m Burbank 3:00 p.m.
0:00 P .Burbank 5:15 p. M.
12;45p.M Prospect Park.. .. 1:25 p. a.
1:30 p.m Prospect Park 2:07 p.m.
2:10 p.m. Prospect Park .... 5:00 p.m.
9;30 A. m. Ostrich Farm 10:45 a. m.
11:00 a.m OstriehFarm 11:53 a.m.
1:00 p. M OstriehFarm 1:53 p.m.
2:00 p.m Ostrfah Farm 2:48 p.m.
3;0O p. m Ostrich Farm 3.48 p.m.
4:00 p.m OstriehFarm 6:15 p.m.
9:30 a. m Burbank 10:45 A. M.
4:00 p. M Burbank
6:00 p. m Burbank. 5:15 p. M
Take Temple-street cable cars and get off at
Beaudry avenue for depot. R. C. SHAW.
OE 448 ACRES
Or 240 acres In one place and 208 In the other,
sold together or apart, having
11.000 OLIVE TREES
planted, commence to bear next year, with
PLENTY OF RUNNING WATER
fully equipped with buildings, agricultural
tools and horses, plenty of hay and grain thrown
in, and all at a very low price.
For particulars apply to^
W. A. HAVNE, JR.,
025t! Santa Barbara,
Cloak and Wraps,
113 S. SPRING ST.
Go to Sullivan's
For Handsome Tea Gowns.
Go to Sullivan's
For Fine Street Jackets.
Go to Sullivan's
For Elegant Wraps.
Go to Sullivan's
For Imported Jerseys.
Go to Sullivan's
For Genuine English
113 9. SPRING SX.
KELLY & LIEBES, Proprietors.
Not A Day Should Be Lost!
In selecting your Stoves and open Gas Fires
and have tbem set ready for use before the
cool evenings come, as then we shall be so
rusbed that we cannot so well and promptly
attend to your orders.
Is also the best in the world and worth
double that of «-.-• other Gas Light, while
our Family, Hotel and Restaurant Cookers
have no equa , which a visit to our show
rooms will convince you.
Ask for Pamphlet, which will give yoa
much valuable information.
LOWE GAS OIECTRIC CO.,
204 S. vf aI ii St.. I os A n steles.
Beware ol Fraud, aj my name and the price
sre stamped on tbe bottom of all my advertised
shoes before leaving the factory, which protect
the wearers against high prices and Inferior goods.
If a dealer hirers \V. Km Douglas shoes at a re
duced price, or s:,vs he has them without my name
and price stamped on the hollow, put him down aa
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE. GENTLEMEN.
The only calf an SEAMLESS Shoe smooth
inside. NO TACKS or WAX THREAD to
hurt tiie fid, easy as hand-sewed aud WILL.
NOT KIP. »*•"■«■•
W. 1.. DOUGLAS S4 SHOE, the origins!
and only h -.. v.- l welt SI dmc. Initials ens-.
tom-mnde shi.es costing from SO to Sfl.
W. L. DOUGLAS t»3.aO POLICE SHOE.
Kali road Men and Letter Carriers nil wear them.
Smooth Inside as a Hajid-Setvcd Shoe. No Tacks
or Wax Thread to hart the feet
W.L. DOUGLAS *a.50 SHOE Is unexcelled
for heavy wear. Rest Calf Shoe for the price.
,->Yi..Jv.?i ,IJGI - A8 WORKING*
MAN'S SHOE is tiie best in ihe world for
rough wear; one pair ought to wear n man a year.
IV. Em DOUGLAS S3 SHOE FOR BOYS
Is the hest School shoe In the world.
W. L. DOUGLAS il.Tfi YOUTH'S School
Shoe j/lves the small Boys a chance to wear the
besl shoes in the world.
iAII made In Congress, Button and Lnce. If not
rohl hv your dealer, write W. L. DOUGLAS.
Massachusetts Boot and Shoe House,
We are the agents.
23 WEST FIRST STREET, LOS ANGELES.
Cahuenga Valley R.R.
On and after August 12th trains will
Leave Diamond St. Leave Hollywood
(end of Second-st. (foot of Cahuenga
Cable R. R.) pass.)
6:15 A. at. (except I 7:00 A. li. (except
8:15 " 9:00 "
10:00 " 10:45 "
11:30 " I (Sunday 12:15 ph.) (Sunday
1:45 p. K.i only) 2:30 '• j only)
2:00 " (except 2:45 " (except
3:30 •' 4:15 "
5:30 " 6:15 "
Fare to Weed 50,; to Weyse's Corner 10c: to
Hollywood and points beyond Weyse's Corner,
Commutation ticketi issued to holders of the
Company's agreement therefor at 10-!.
A stage will meet trains at Hollywood and
carry passengers to the Cahuenga Pass Hotel
and other points ia the Valley.
H. W. Davu,