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DAILY HERALD.
United States Signal Service.
Reoort of observations taken at Los A ngeles
April 150. 1891:
Bar. | Thcr.
20 9(i 52
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Max. tern., 70: mm. tern., 49.
PERSONAL.
S. A. Haines, of New York, is stopping
at the Westminster.
T. F.Timothy of Omaha was registered
at the Hollenbeck yesterday.
Matthew Smith, agent of Miller Bros.'
Kajanka company, is in the city.
B. H. Upham, of San Francisco, for
merly of this city, is at the Nadeau for a
few days.
Mr. and Mrs. George Breck, of Port
land, Ore., arrived at the Westminster
yesterday.
Sig. Bauraann, a prominent merchant
of San Francisco, is registered at the
Hollenbeck.
Robert W. Anderson of Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands, is registered at the
Hollenbeck.
D. G. Seofleld of the firm of Scofield
& Tevis, San Francisco, is in Los Ange
les for a brief visit.
Mr. and Mrs. P.J. Adams of St. Louis,
Mo., are spending a few days at the
Hotel Hollenbeck.
Chas. E. Moore, of Chicago, arrived
in the city yesterday, and is stopping at
the Nadeau for afew days.
Geo. X.Burton, the well known travel
ing man of San Francisco, was among
the arrivals at the Nadeau yesterday.
Mr. and Airs. W. M. Eddy and Mr.
and Mrs. W. K. Smith of Santa Bar
bara are guests at the Hotel Hollenbeck.
Dr. and Mrs. N. H. Haight, of Chi
cago, arrived at the Nadeau yesterday,
and will remain in the city for some
days.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Kennett, of Mon
tana, and J. A. Gurley, of the same
place, were among the arrivals at the
Nadeau, yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hutchins of San
Francisco are registered at the Hollen
beck. Mr. Hutchins was a former resi
dent of Los Angeles.
Prof, and Mrs. Herrmann and J, A.
Marks, the manager of the Herrmann
company, are at the Nadeau during their
engagement in the city.
Mrs. T. G. Bowman, J. L. Bowman
and A. B. Bowman, St. Louis, and W.
A. Peterson of Chicago registered yes
terday at the Hollenbeck hotel.
Manager and Mrs. Harry Wyatt left
for San Francisco last night. Mr.
Wyatt goes on theatrical business ia
which Mr. E. J. Baldwin is interested.
Mrs. George W. Williamson has gone
to Omaha on a business trip to attend to
the estate lately left by her deceased
father. She will return home in about
a month.
Geo. L. Joy and N. C. Hudson, of
South Riverside, were guests at the Na
deau, yesterday. The gentlemen are
connected with the Riverside Land
company.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Crocker of Den
ver, accompanied by Mrs. McMaloneand
Mies Helen Crocker, guests at the
Hollenbeck. Mr. Crocker owns the
largest cracker factory west of the Mis
sissippi.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Pogson are stop
ping at the Westminster. Mr. Pogson
is manager of the El Tejon ranchos,
owned by General E. F. Beale. The
property lies in Los Angeles and Kern
counties, and is one of the largest ranch
es in California, comprising 254,000 acres
in one body, and is stocked with 25,000
cattle and thousands of sheep and
horses.
The German-American Savings bank,
114 South Main street, compounds inter
est quarterly to its depositors. Five per
cent interest on term deposits.
A Trip to Hawaii.
Health-giving, charming, cheap ; $125
round trip. H. B. Rice, agent, 124 West
Second street.
A suit of clothes can be selected from
the largest stock in the city, made up in
the latest style, and fit guaranteed, by
B. Sens & Hon, No. 213 South Spring
street, Hollenbeck block.
R. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care
tully drawn. 125 West Second. Telephone 720.
G. G. Johnson, Notary Public, has removed
to 119 N. Spring st. Always in.
NEWS NOTES.
Tonight Professor Warman delivers
another of his entertaining and instruct
ive lectures at V.M.C.A. hall on the
Delsarte philosophy.
There are telegrams at the Western
Union telegraph office, corner Court
and Main streets, for Mrs. Chas. Sex
ton, Jas. A. Maxwell.
The Herald is in receipt of a copy of
the proceedings of the California bank
ers'convention, held here March 11th,
12th and 13th, of this year.
The pupils of the Los Angeles busi
ness college have a May-day picnic to
day at Verdugo park, school being sus
pended a day for the purpose.
Mrs. Clara C. Hoffman"will address
the children and young people of our
city next Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock,
at the First Congregational church, cor
ner of Sixth and Hill streets. All are
invited.
There will be a meeting of the execu
tive committee on reception of the pres
ident this evening (Friday) at 7:30,
at the mayor's office, in the city hall,
to audit all bills and settle all matters
connected with the reception, and a full
attendance is requested.
The last trial of the spelling class of
the Los Angeles business college took
place yesterday. These trials have
taken place daily for about forty days,
thirty-three words being given out each
day. The prize, a handsomely-bound
copy of America Illustrated, was award
ed to Miss Ada Tucker, she having been
absolutely perfect in every trial.
BITTEN BY A DOG.
Maude Viviand's Injury Proves to be
Serious.
Maude Vivian was bitten by a vicious
dog on Wedr-esdav morning. Maude
lives at 612 South Spring street. Adjoin
ing her house is a barber shop kept by a
man named Latehss. Maude, who is
only 13 yeans old, was gqing by his shop
and stooped to pick up a piece of ice an
ice-man had dropped on the sidewalk.
As she did so Latensa'a Shepherd dog
rushed at her, and tore her thigh with
his teeth. She screamed and was res
cued. Yesterday the wound became
much inflamed and was examined by
Police Surgeon Wing, who stated that it
was a very serious injury.
There is no law against keeping vicious
dogs, so no proceeding except a suit for
damages cau be had against the dog's
owner. The council will be asked on
Monday, however, to pass an ordinance
covering the case.
PROBABLY A MILLIONAIRE.
The Good Lick of One of Jerry linen's
1 Waiters.
Tony Ni<to is the name of a young
waiter at Jerry Illich's restaurant on
Main street. Nieto has been plodding
along apparently contented with his
calling. The chances are that this same
young man will shortly be able to enjoy
all the kixuries of life. Tony Nieto is a
member of the Nieto family who have
resided in Southern California for many
years. Since 188(1 an important suit has
been in progress, involving the owner
ship of no less than 50,000 acres of land,
situated between Anaheim and Powney.
At present it is estimated that there are
over 500 settlers on this land, over which
such a long contest has been in progress.
The case was submitted on the 20th of
last month, and word has been received
here that the superior court has decided
in favor of the Nieto Heirs, although no
decision as yet has been received in Los
Angeles. The land is wortli several
millions of dollars, of which Tony will
receive a large share; meanwhile he
keeps on serving Jerry's customers. He
takes his good fortune most philosoph
ically.
There are few establishments like
Jerry's which have millionaires in their
employ, but there is certainly a mascott
about the place. Only a few months
ago one Goich, a Slavonian, a waiter in
the same restaurant, drew a prize of
$15,000 in the Louisiana lottery, and is
now quietly traveling in Europe, enjoy
ing a vacation. He writes, however,
that he will soon be back, as there is no
place which suits him as well as Los
Angeles. There is any quantity of good
luck at Jerry Illich's. If any one
doubts this, let them but take dinner
there, and they will consider that the
luckiest thing that has happened to
them for a long time.
Children Enjoy
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and soothing
effects of Syrup of Figs, when in need of a laxa
tive, and if the father or mother be costive or
bilious, the most gratifying results follow its
use, so that it is the best family remedy known
and every family should have a bottle.
The season has opened, and on May
2d we have our grand spring and sum
mer opening. Chicago Clothing com
pany.
The run on the millinery department still
continues, new styles being constantly added
from New York. New York Bazaar, 14s" North
Spring street.
The nobbiest line of pantaloons will
be a leading feature at the summer open
ing on May 2d. Chicago Clothing com
pany.
For Hot Days.
You need a light coat and vest. See the ele
gant assortment at Mullen, Bluett & Co.'s.
The Chicago Clothing company have
their grand spring and summer opening
on May 2d.
Delightful Summer Beverages.
In all flavors, at "Beckwith's Spa," 303 N.
Main street, near Temple.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
n? PRICE'S
V DELICIOUS V
Flavoring
Extracts
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS.
Vanilla A° f Perfect purity.
Lemon -I Of great strength.
AnTiond Z[ conomy in tnelr use
Rose etC.7] F"' avor ' as delicately
and dellciously as the fresh fruit.
MOSGROYES, DRESSMAKING.
We guarantee a perfect fit, original
style, superior finish and reasonable
prices. We make a specialty of even
ing and party dresses, and a large
staff in our dressmaking department
enables us to make suits to order at
the shortest notice. Mourning suits
made in six hours. Remember we
guarantee our fit, and a trial will
convince you that you have found
the right place to have your dresses
made at.
MOSQROVE'S,
119 S. Spring St.. bet, Ist and 2d.
RUSSIAN KUMYSS,
IMPIJOVED,
Will Keep for Weeks With
out Ice.
PRICE REDUCED
—TO—
83.50 PER DOZEN. 5c A GLASS.
MANUFACTURED BY
C. LAUX, DRUGGIST,
4-25 lm 142 South Spring St. '
A CARD.
As the time for spring painting approaches
we would respectfully call the attention of
the public to the fact that we have recently
obtained the exclusive agency of
Heath & Milligaii's Prepared Paints
on the Pacific coast. In consequence, we have
greatly increased our stock, thus enabling us to
give those who are desirous of painting, over
SIXTY different shades to select from. \\e
si licit a call from all who are contemplating
painting.
SCRIVER & QUINN,
4-9 lm 140 South Main Street.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD; FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 1 1891.
PEOPLE'S STORE.
LOS ANGELES, FRIDAY, MAY 1,1891.
WE ANXIOUS FOR TRADE!
Indeed we are; in fact we are just pushing for it at all times, but now more
tnan ever. Our reasons are manifold, and have oft been told ;so much so that
to repeat them seems in vain. Yet we will again say
WE GO TO FRISCO!
We start with the first boom of the June sunbreak and open out the largest
mercantile institution west of the Rocky mountains. In order to do this it's nec
essary to withdraw quite a bit of money from this store, and to that end we have
made prices that will make things hum and hustle. Nothing like it. We are firm
Delievers in low prices—they've done the business for us in the past, they'll do it
Pi? W " «i off the B°ods to get the cash—the better the values, the quicker
the rattle; the louder the rattle the more they'll attract and bring us trade. We
must sell. It things don't move, we're bound to put in a blast that will knock
things endways. Read our list, and you'll wonder how we can and why we're so
absurd to sell so low. But enough is enough, and talks all right if values back it.
With us, we say we've got the values. Never mind the talk. See us today if you
want to ouy.
■:-A Few Lines ffe Desire to Close.-:-
Linen Damask Towels,
Each.
We can't describe this bargain ; it's too great; handsome, all linen damask towels,
worth 25c each, we close today at 12>^c.
All-silk Ribbons,
ioc a Yard.
Numbers 16, 12, 9, 7, all at the uniform price of 10c a yard; some of these ribbons
were sold as high as 35c, but we name this price to close. Call
early, for at this price the assortment
will soon be broke.
Parasols,
98c Each.
Just think of it; satin and jersey silk parasols, in almost any shade you could de
sire, many of which were sold at $2.75; our price to close
9SC Each.
I 11 mill r-rniimui iMimi nrwin— " — ■imiimMiMMn—«™ wiaunsim m 1 !■ ■■
Zephyrine Suitings,
ioc a Yard.
One of the richest fabrics made this season ; they are 30 inches wide; you'll be de
lighted with the styles; these goods have been sold as
high as 18c a yard.
W
Superb Novelty Suitings,
12-yard Patterns,'7sc a Yard.
You can't ask for a more choice line to select from than these; to appreciate this
bargain you must see them.
DRESS GOODS REMNANTS SILK REMNANTS.
yds Victoria plaid suiting for Gsc l l £ yds lavender surah for 25c
4 yds black cashmere for, 00c i;„ yds light blue surah for 35c
11 yds plaid de beige for 54c 1 yd lavender surah for 25c
0 yds black cashmere for 90c 4.% yds light blue surah for 95c
8T- 8 yds striped Victoria suiting for 92c 4 1 /, yds light blue surah for 85c
8)4 yds fancy serge suiting for 82c 4>., yds reseda turah for $100
10 yds double-fold fancy suiting for .. 98c 0 —.yds rose surah for $1.00
5 yds gray polka dot suiting for. 95c 4 1 ., yds pink surah for $1.00
10 yds black cashmere for $1.50 4)i yds heliotrope surah for $1.15
8 yds de beige suiting for $1.50 4'i yds gray surah for $1.20
11?4 yds side band suiting tor $1.40 5 yds navy blue surah for $1.20
7\i yds plaid Sicilians for $1.59 5 yds brown surah for $1.20
8 yds heliotrope henrietta cloth for.. $1 HO 0 yds reseda surah for $1.25
7?i yds polka dot French challie for $1.74 3% yds lavender India silk for $1.85
8 yds navy blue cashmere for $1 80 5 yds gray India silk for $2.00
9 yds checked chaliie for $198
10% yds mohair suitings for $2.00
DOMESTIC REMNANTS. DOMESTIC REMNANTS.
3 yds brown calico for 10c 4 yds bleached muslin fot 10c
3 yds silver gray calico for 15c 2% .. .. 15c
8 yds brown calico for 20c 4 .. .. 23c
10 yds blue calico for 35c 1% .. 23c
10 yds dress challie for 50c 5 .. 30c
12 yds Japanese cloth for $1.00 7 .. 42c
2 yds shirting percale for 15c 8 48c
l'< .. lie 3 outing flannel for 20c
3 24c 3V a .. 24c
.. .. .. 23c 4M ■■ 42c
3 .. .. .. 29c 6 .. .. 09c
4 .. .. .. 32c 3% ■ sateen, yard-wide, for 32c
4 .. .. 37c 4j2 .. .. .. 39c
4V 39c 5j2 .. ~ .. 43c
5 .. .. 43c 7K .. *• .. 50c
3 yds checked nainsook for 15c 6 •• .. .. 55c
5 yds checked crash for 19c 10 83c
8 yds brown crash for 20c 4 .. white crash for 20c
yds red table damask for 54c 2 .. table damask for. 30c
2 .. red table damask for 40c
FURNISHING GOODS. CLOTHING.
ODDS AND END 3 TO CLOSE. LINES TO CLOSE.
Coon brand linen collars, each 10c Boys'knee pants, per pair 10c
Boys'butterfly bows, each 10c Boys'long pants, per pair 49c
Men's regular made fancy socks Men's working pants, per pair 49c
Men's merino underwear, each 2ac Boys'blue sailor suits $1.25
Men's brown duck overalls, each 25c Boys' fancy gray school suits $1.49
Men's white dress shirt, reinforced, each. 25c Men's business suits, only a few $5.00
SHOES. HOSIERY.
ODD LINES TO CLOSE. LINES TO CLOSE.
Infants'kid shoes 25c Misses'solid colored hose, pair 5c
Children's goat shoes 75c Ladies' balbriggan hose, pair O^c
Boys' canvass shoes 75c Ladies' solid colored hose, pair 5c
Men's canvass shoes 75c l adies'seamless black hose, pair 10c
Misses' canvass shoes 95c Infants' regular made fancy hose; pair 10c
Ladles' calf shoes $1 00 Infants' fast black regular made hose 12J-OC
Ladies'pebble goat shoes $1.59 Boys'ribbed hose, extra stout 25c
Laaies' flue dongola turn sole shoe $1.98 Children's double-knee and sole hose .... 25c
Men's finecalf shoes $1.49 Children's real lisle double-heel hose 25c
Men's fine kangaroo shoe 6 $1 95 Ladies' real lisle hose 25c
GLOVES. UNDERWEAR.
MUST BE SOLD TODAY. TO RID OURSELVES WE OFFER.
Ladies'4-button kid gloves, all sizes, only 25c Children's fine merino shirts 15c
Ladies' lino kid gloves 49c | Ladies' swiss ribbed shirts. 15c
Ladles'B-bui . lengths mousquelaire 50e ] Ladies'white lawn aprons 15c
Ladies's-buttou suede gloves $1.25 1 Ladles'fine bal'irlggan vests 25c
Ladies'taffeta silk gloves, per pair 15c ■ Infants'muslin slips 12^c
DRUGS. DRUGS.
Honey soap, per cake 10c Colgate's camphor ice 15c
Wire hair brushes, tach 15c Pare alum, per pound 9c
Gum camphor, per pkge 15c I.angtry curling irons 19c
Castoria, per bottle 25c Rose water and glycerine, per bottle 25c
Cleansing fluid, per bottle 25c Milk of Almonds for the complexion 35c
Pond's extract, 50c size for 39c Scott's Emulsion, per bottle 75c
Verbena toilet water, per botile 50c
MEN'S HATS. MILLINERY.
Boys'wire braid straw hats 25c Lathes' and misses' blk.lace straw hats. 25c
Men's mixed straw hats 35c Ladles' white satin braid flats 35c
Boys'flat brim black straw hats 49c Spray of flowers, all styles. 15c
Men's line dress straw hats 49c Roses, all colors, per bunch 25c
Boy's black English derbys 98c Moss rose buds, 0 for 25c
A. HAMBURGER 66 SONS.
~% D ENTISTR V ! g-
DRS. POL.L.OOK &. TUDOR
The leading Dentists, are now permanently '
located in their New and Elegant Tailors, at 40SSS3^mKiilS^&mi^
No. 107 North spring strc.-t. dWPz^mmmmmmmmmWk,.
Being thoroughly competent In their profel- yfflT t■"' '.V
slon. they are doing an extensive business, y W"SPWHBI
makiuga specialty of Hue work at reasonable , fIHMr ™ T r if WfflHfi
rates They now quote the following prices: ■«! ■ I . f r PfKf
Celluloid and Rubber Plates... .18.00 to $10.00
Gold frowns 500 1 I M. k V
Porcelain Crowns ft 00 Vtl »
Silver or Amalgam fillings 75c and np ,
(iohl fillings $1.50 and up ,;P^BMWWMW^
Extracting with vitalized air a specialty. MWRBB* "tSt&gjjJjjiJf
ALL WOl'.K OUAKANTEED. KEIHEIY] BEX THE PLACE,
107 ,NORTH SPRING STREET, SCHUMACHER BLOCK
* 2-g4-3m
The Celebrated Chinese Doctor,
TOM SHE BIN jQfl
No. 361 North Main Street, |HHL^Sti»m
UPPER FLOOR,
Opp. Baker Block.
Office Hours—9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Sundays, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. ©M" \£r' %
Los Anukles, Nov. 2 1800. pletely cured in live wooks.
I desire to give mv testimony to the great Paufii.o Mi'Rillo.
caso ,y About S .fear asol ™ a Su- 1 hereb y cert "V thatl wflB »»«* for tho P«*
I^ooiji£*acof!nv 'our years, suffering from the heart and lungs,
haMth« nnS I« i nom. el ed to take to my 1 P 1 "' 1 -'"' m . VFelf in »• han<ls of tho beBt P"- vai
bed l)sriM the last thSl^mthao<«T ilot cian » ln Chicago without avail. Then I re
noss I maUer and wived to come to Los Angeles for a change of
two.weeksbefore T'oiiie Or Tom She Bm I <-»n«te, and did so. Then I learned of the
could eat iiothi L i. rsnired m'ofuselvdur- '"""lous cures that the doctor was performing
"ftKwK t^^^^^SSSSJ^S^i
the treatment described by Dr Tom She Bin 1 "'"„,, one and on S£f " v
could get up unaided, and in three weeks was c.itlrely « ell. Thmn f "j}'
perfectly well. I desire to say that I was treated 400 Thomas St., Chicago, 111.
by several other doctors before without any re- . Lou Anoki.ks. March 14, 1891
llef J ,2, 0w , 1 can Perform a day's labor without xho undersigned, after seven years of sutler
nnydiraculty.andl take groat pleasure in giving i n g without finding a physician who could re
fills testimonial. Justo Orosco, Hove me, I resolved to be treated by Dr Wong,
Residence.Mission Koad, two blocks from coy- „( North Main street; but having rec-ived no
ered bridge. relief from him I saw Dr. Tom She Bin, who,
I.os Anuki.rs, Nov. 11,1890. after three months'treatment, left me entirely
By this I recommend Dr. Tom She Bin for the well. 1 commenced to feei well from the first
fatal disease so comiuou with the general pub- week after I took his medicine.
11c, of the lungs, or rather consumption Ho. Mas. Jennie Saunters,
has cured me iv twenty days, for the sum of 1510 W. Seventh St.
$2.50 per day. Estate AgeSt n,V L °« A»oei.rh, March 14, 1891
Real bstate Agint, city. T , )e umlersißncd recommends Dr. Tom She
My son, 9 years old, was taken sick with ty- Bin as the only competent physician. He has
phoid fever. For six weeks he was assisted by entirely cured mo of the throat disease— a dis
the doctors of the hospital without relief. His ease which a great msny physicians declared
whole body wis swelled and he was very feeble, to be Incurable at tho time. J. A Owkns,
refusing all nutriment. Ucaringaud reading Euclid Block.
" ,at thC .>hiiUy Sl dl»p?a } «^
aoctorsa,edhun f ron,,,,
(.30 Mission Road. Ine(il „„,',„ me rtlcine that would givo relief.
1, the undersigned, recommend Dr. Tom She 1 commenced to take household remedies, but
Bin as one of the best doctors for rheumatism, this did me no good, but ou the contrary I was
Having been sick for the space of three years, attacked with paralysis. Then I saw Dr. Tom
and having been treated by six well-known she Bin, who, for tho sum of 8133, agreed to
doctors for four months, and having derived j cure me. Twenty-four hours after his treat
no benefit, I placed myself in tho hands of the ment I felt relieved and am now completely
doctor. I was relieved lv two weeks and com- | cured. (Sinned) Hii.ario PreciadO.
ECONOMICAL FUEL.
S. F. WELLINGTON
n LUMP aSa COAL 0
V_y WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, V_^/
AT REDUCED PRICES. j
Alf your dealer does not keep it RING UP TELEPHONE 30, or leave your /\
orders with A
HANCOCK BANNING, Importer
T 130 W. SECOND ST. [\
Oak, Pine and Juniper Wood sawed and spilt to order.
CATARRH !
Throat Diseases, Bronchitis, Asthma
and Consumption,
Arc being successfully treated by
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D.
M. C. V. S. 0.,
137 S. Broadway, Loa Angeles. Cal.
By his Aerean system of practice, which con
sists of proper Medicated Inhalations and the
COMPOUND OXYGEN TREATMENT.
BRONCHITIS. CONSUMPTION.
BRONCHITIS.
Bronchitis is a disease of the mucous mem
brane of the air passage, and is one of the most
common of the pulmonary affections. Chronic
bronchitis more often appears later in life.
When a cold settles on the lungs the disease
either ends in bronchitis or pneumonia, if it
ends in bronchitis It usually passes off as a cold
on the chest, and still the patient does not feel
entirely well. He feels tired and languid, and
is Incapable of taking his usual amount of
exercise, and experiences a shortness oi breath
with more or less warmth in the pa,ins of the
hands. Soon after this a cough appears, ac
companied by an expectoration of thick mu
cous, followed by a hectic flush, loss of flesh
and Btrength, and night sweats continue, when
the patient assumes all the appearance of hav
ing a genuine case of consumption. But this
is simply catarrh of the lungs or chronic bron
chitis.
The patient usually dies from exhaustion
and suffocation, being unable to expectorate
the mucous which accumulates in the passage
loading to the lungs, which in some cases is
Bticky and small in quautity, but more fcom
monly copious, of a light straw or yellowish
green.
Dry Bronchitis- This disease, the very oppo
site of the obove, is a very common affection.
Very many people, who regard themselves as
quite healthy, are today under its Influence,
and are slowly but surely becoming the vic
tims of this treacherous complaint. This is
the most insidious of all pulmonary diseases.
There may at first be a slight, hacking cough
and an expectoration of a bluish white mu
cous. And herein lies the danger. This mu
cous, inhabiting the air cells of the lungs, be
ing difficult to raise, after a time becomes
solidified, permanently obstructing portions of
•be I ones, causing shortness of breath and a
feeling of oppression on the chest, particularly |
after meals or on slight exertion. After a time;
the cough becomes more severe and: comes on
in paroxysms, and as the shortness of breath in
creases it almost assumes the character of
asthma The mucous membrane also be
comes more and more thickened, which arises
from the frequent fresh colds, and the patient
at last becomes fully aware of the terrible
changes that have taken place and the inevit
able results that are to follow.
Without courage and perseverance nothing is
curable, but with these, aided with our Medi
cated Inhalations and Compound Oxygen
Treatment, Bronchitis can be cured even after
the l lines are extensively diseased.
Consultation free.
If impossible to call personally at the office,
write for list of questions and medical treatise
sent free. Address
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D.,
187 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.
Office hours—From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Residence! 119 South Grand avenue.
P. S.—Professional calls made before and
after office hours.
f* FT F to everyman, young, m)ddle-aged,
rw\ tt Bn< l o, dl postage paid. Address
Dr. B. DtUonMSl Columbus Aye., Boston, Mass.
DR. WONG HIM.
THE FIRST CHINESE PHYSICIAN TO
practice his profession In tnis city was Dr.
WONG HIM. Has practiced hero for sixteen
(It!) years, and his cures and successful treat
ment of complicated diseases is proof of his
ability. He belongs to the sixth generation of
doctors in his family. A trial will convince
you. OFFICE: 039 Upper Main St. P.O. box
5G4, Station C, I.os Angeles, Cal.
TO THE PUBLIC: DR. WONG HIM, 639
Upper Main St., has cured my mother of the
typhoid fever in the short timeof one week,and
has loft her entirely well, and also has cured me
of a tumor I had on my leftside. After suffer
ing for a long lime and receiving no benefit from
otheis, I concluded to try the above gentleman
(Dr. Wong Him), who has left me entirely well,
and now I feel It my duty to testify in his be
half I wish to recommend him to the public
as an efficient and skillful phyßlcian. MISS
CARRIE PEREIRA and MRS. D. C. PKREIRA,
550 Ganardo St., Los Angeles, Cal. February
21,1891.
TO THE PUBLIC,
I take this opportunity of highly recommend
ing Dr. Wong Him's abilities as a physician to
all who have any diseases, especially those
whose complaints resist the treatment of other
physicians.
For two months I suffered from impure blood
and disordered stomach, together with a sore
lip which failed to heal, and was finally per
suaded to call and see Dr. Wong Him at his of
fice, 039 Upper Main street. I had a consulta
tion, and after an examination of my pulse he
gave me a powder for my lips and medicine In
ternally, and said he would cure me In one
week or ten days, and at the expiration of that
time declined to give me any more medicine,
because I was cured, which statement I fully
endorse, for 1 have not been so well for a long
time. JOSEPH R. DUBBB,
February 25,1891. I.os Angeles, Cal.
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146 and 147 N. Main Street.
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For all Irregularities
" CREOLE"
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For sale at all Drug Stores.
At wholesale by F. W. BRATJN * CO.
1210-6 m
E. FLEUR,
Wholesale Wine and Liquor Merchant,
404 and 400 N. loi Angeles St.
Telephone 224.
Family trade supplied. Goods delivered to any
part of the city free of charge. Orders for the
country promptly attended to. Agency and depot
of Uncle Sam's wine vaults at Napa City, Cal.
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