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I>AILY HERALD.
War Department Signal Service
United States Army.
Division of Telegrams and Report s for tbe
benefit of Commerce and Agriculture. Re
sort of observations taken at Los Angeles,
IB,February tS, 1887:
I
Maximum Thermometer, 81.0.
Mlalmum Theimometer, 6?.0.
News Notes.
Ths m itter of the estate of Kemi Na
dcau wiil oomo up before Judge Hutton
ion March 29;h.
•" Trams are now running regularly on
the A. &P., the bridge at The Needles
having been repaired.
■ Tn* loss of a number of saws and
toots is reported by 8. F. Sarguut, of No.
IS Wright street. • ,
A tin-ooverod trunk is missing from
the Southern Paoifio depot. It wss
■ marked A. D. Morse.
• Mr. Felix MoDonald reports a nickle
. watch and gold chain having been stolen
from him at the Conclave saloon on
- First street.
• J.B. Wood, representing the Paoific
Press Publishing House, of Oakland,
CaL, U in town aud will establish an
agency here.
A drawing-room recital will be given
at KUis College noxt Friday evening by
Mrs. M. B. Hill. The programme will
be a very attractive one.
A brush fire on Pioo street, on Frank
Batch's place, near the Williams tract,
was the cause of the fire alarm at 7:30
' o'clock yesterday evening.
Mr. H. A. Clawson, formerly of the
Depot Hotel, passed through the eity
yesterday en route to San Francisco. He
waa returning from Mardi Gras.
i H. H. Wilcox has generously donated
ofhoerodm for the agency of the Humane
Society at 34 North Spring street, and
the ofhoe of the society will hereafter be
at that number.
, Willie Bldridge tried to sell somo ool
lar buttons, watch chain? and other
cheap jewelry on Alameda street yes
terday, without a license. He was ar
retted by Officer Stephenson.
Tbe Raymond Hotel is crowded to its
utmost eapaoity, and daily applications
for accommodation are numerons. It is
stated that prioes have been raised to
$100 per month for board and room, and
even at that price thero is no falling off
in patronage.
This evening Mr. Vou Schlnembach
will give his fsrewell address at the
Grand Opera House. The Heine Quar
tette and the Trinity M. E. Church
choir will rend -r au excellent musical
programme. 2000 complimentary tick
ets have been issued.
Rev. J. W. Ellis is reported to have
•aid some years ago that he had done
good work in the Los Angeles part of
the moral vineyard, and would leave
with a clear conscience, only he was
afraid that he had not regenerated the
press. He stayed to regenerate Judg
ing from the way a morning paper goes
after him the regenerating act has not
been so successful as it might have been.
There are mai,y things of grsat interest
to the people in the report of the
Council proceedings to be found iu
this morning's Hbbald. The Council
will try to keep the water of the
river intact. Ralph Rogers asks
for a franchise for an elevated railroad,
and Cua<. G. Raymond and L. \V. Den
nis ask i franchise for a street car line.
This last line as proposed will cover a
very large territory in Los Angeles that
now has no street-car communication,
and the property owners along the route
doubtless feel jubilant.
Personal Mention.
George Compton, of Newhall, ia iv
the city.
O. T. Bradbury, of I'omona, is at the
St. Charles.
Judge Hall, of Calico, is stopping at
the St. Elmo.
Mr. D. M. Harwood, of Calico, is
visiting the oity.
W. H. Holabird, of Coronado Beach,
is in the oity.
8. P. Jewett and wife, of Pasadena,
visited Long Beach yesterd iy.
J. E. Bonebrake and wife, of Kansas,
were at Long Beaoh yesterJay .
Kr-Sonator Whitney and wife, of Oak.
land, arrived here yesterday on a britf
visit.
Charles Howard Shinu, in major of
the Overland Monthly, ia at the St.
Elmo.
Governor 0. H. Manning and fam ly,
of Topeka, Kan., visited Long Beach
yesterday.
H. G. and W. M. Thompson, of
Terre Hante, Ind., are in the oity and
stopping at the St. Elmo.
C. W. Smith, General Manager of the
A. T, & S, F. railroad, left the city yes
terday for a trip to Topeka, Kansas.
Rev. Dr. Hitchcock, of Chicago, who
has been a guest of Hon. G. Wiley
Wells for a short time past, leaves for
Han Frenoisoj to day.
Captain Cheesebrongh, of the ship
ping lirra of. Williams, Dimcnd k Co., of
San Franoiaoo, with his family, is stop
ping at the Nadeau. They will return
to San Francisco to-night.
John Oolbeer, of the firm of Dolbeer
& Carson, lumbar merchantsin San Fran
oisop, is in this oity. Mr. Oolbeer has
been in San Diego for the past three
weeks, and is now on his way home.
A City Official Accused.
At the City Council meeting yester
day Councilman E W. Jones arose and
aaid he had seen a statement in the
Mvening ExprtM in reference to a certain
-city official that should be investigated.
Mr. Jones said he did not want to men
tion the name of the accused individual,
bat thought an investigation was in
order, and moved that the matter be re
ferred to tbe Committee on Finance,
Mr. Jones said that the official had ad
dressed letters to different people in
forming them that they were entitled to
certain rebates on personal property
taxes paid, and if they would give him a
■mall oominianon he would secure the
rebate. Mrj Jones said it was claimed
that the official in every case mentioned
• sum leas titan the sum lo which the
taxpayer was entitled on rebate The
charge ia a2aioat Mr. Sam Prager, for
merly Deputy County Assessor and at
present Deputy City Assessor, and was
-first mado by the Pacific Blade, a paper
mblished at Santa Ana. Very few peo
ple will believe that Mr. Prager is guilty
Jf say wrong-doing, and his friends have
confidence in a favorable ontoome of the
investigation.
Dots.
JUDGE BRUNSON.
J. W. Davis. Prescription Druggist.
TansUTs Punch Cigars at P. O. Cigar Store.
Don de Montebello champagne at Weyse
Bros.'
Oold quartz Grand Army oharms oheop at
Fred Liude's.
Horse blankets and buggy robes at Foy's
harness shop.
Plush porter suits, easy chairs. New In
voice Just arm • d at Allen's.
Carpets — fait patterns — now arriving.
Prices lowerth tl ever, at Allen's.
Hot lunch at t ',o Busch saloon, No. 24 N.
Main street, from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m.
If you want to furnish your bouse with
little money, call at Allen's. 32 8. Spring Bt.
See the Imported German Piano RoeulFCh
at Bartlett A Clark's. Trunk Engler, ageut.
Ash, cherry aud walnut bedroom sets.
Extra inducements uttered this week at
Allen's.
Dr Willlsms continues to treat all heart,
throat and chust diseases by his v w slid
popular system of medicated inhalations,
275 N. Main meet.
Orange Trees.
Choice Washington Navel and other va
rleties. For sale by Phillips* Waitc, No. 131
North Maiu street, Los Angeles.
Buy Eiglcson's flue underwear, 50 North
Spring street.
Large assortment of traveling and tonrlsts'
shirts at Eagleson A Co.'s, 50 N. Spring St.
Santa illenlca Auction.
Take the regular train 8:30 on the day of
«sle for Santa Monica Please ue-iriu mind
the sale Is ou Thursday. March 3d, at 11
o'clock The sale will he held ia front of
the Santa Monica Hotel, by John O, Bell the
auctioneer. Please examine lots before tla
ssie that yon may be ready to bid. Reserved
seats for the ladies.
He Uralgnt 111. Scat to Take
Effect April rirat.
Judge Brunson announced from his
bench yesterday morning, upon the
opening of court, tbat ho Lad forwarded
his resiguation as Judge of the Superior
Court to Sacramento, and that he would
sever his connection with the court, in
the judicial capacity, on tho Ist of April
next. Although it waa kuown tbat
Judge Brunson bad been appointed so
licitor of tho Atchison, Topeka * Santa
Fe railroad, it was uot known when he
would tender his resignation.
Governor Bartlett will have the ap
pointment of a successor to Judg.
Brunson, nnd there is, of course, a num
ber of applicants for the position. Mr.
M. P. Gardiner aud Thomas li. Brown,
Esq , ate prominent candidates, and
both have a strong following. There
are other legal lights at the bar who
aspire to adorn the bench.
It is stated that Judge John Hunt, at
present Judge of Department No. 5, of
the Superior Court of San Francisco,
deeires to come to Los Angeles for the
benefit of his health, and will make au
effort to get the appoiutment of Superior
Judge of this couuty in place of judge
Brunson. This proposition ia supremely
ridiculous, but it is mentioned because
a report is current that a non-resident
of the county will be appointed. The
people uoed not be afraid, the bench
will be occupied by a Los Angeles man,
and one eminently satisfactory to the
bar of this county.
Ileal Estate Investors
Shonld remember that T. Wiesendaneer
and \V. H. Bousall have moved into the r
uew offlco iv the Bryson Block. Consult
them about choice bargains in real estate or
snares in syndicates and incorporations
controlling the same.
Free Testa.
At the ladiesHUd gent*' parlors of the "Car
bolic Smoke Bail," rooms 3 anl4, over 2s
North Hpring street, Los Augeles, Cal.,
they give free tests In order to prove their
assertions. Truly, it's a wonderful cura
tive discovery for such diseases as c->ta:rh,
colds, asthma, etc. Send for testimonials
of our best citizens. Thoy are worth read
ing.
Coal, Coke, Charcoal and Wood,
Wholesale and retail. Special rates for car
load lots, delivered to all points. Office—B
Court street; t'lephoue 33. Yard—Comer
Alameda and Jackson streets; telephone 315.
Walters. Maxwell,
Sole agent for Wellington Coal.
Goods at factory prices at Eagleson A Co. 's,
50 North Spring street.
Holmes A Mott.
Dealers In coal, wood, hay and grain, 15" S.
Spring street.
Police Arrests.
Daring the month of February the fol
lowing arrests were mado by the police:!
Assault with deadly weapon 2, battery
3, fighting 14, drunk aud disorderly SS,
gambling 46, petty larceny 4, grand lar
ceny 1, burglary 9, violation of city or
dinance '29, vagrancy 23, begging 9, med
ical treatment 3, on suspicion ti, lost
children 2, carrying weapotis 1, smoking
opium 3, lost horses 10, disorderly con
duot 87, drunk to sober 30, lodgers 49,
disturbing peace 1, robbery 4, escape 2,
witness 5, committing nuisauce 6, mis
demeanor 1, resisting officer 3, attempted
suicide 1, conspiracy 1. Total 390. Of
these 100 were convicted and paid fines
amounting to $1146,
People's Store.
To-day we have a special velvet silc, all
shsdes,"including black, 98c a yard; silk
faced velvets, all new and desirable goods
bough: late In tbe seasou, striped aud plaiu,
street and evening shades, including ligiit
blue, pink, cream nnd old gold, velvets
worth from II 50 to COD a ya-d.
Just opened and placed on s*le seven
pieces double fold ail-wool debeige trecot
in the new spring mixtures: 60c is our price
to-day, will be sold regular at 75c. Nice,
new, sterling goods ou our center tables.
We have a pile of accumulated remnants
that we have marked to sell. If you can
u-e any the price is right.
In the last thr-e days we have opened
snd placed ou srle at least forty ca<es I f
new goods which have been alstr,buted
throughout the bouse.
Bleached pillow ca-lng five and a-quarter
width, one of the best nrands made, 10c a
ysrd to d9y, regular value 15c.
We have tiie best towel on sale at 12% c
you have ever seen for the money.
Forty pieces of checked and striped
shirtings will be placed ou sale to-day at 10c
a yard, regular price 15c.
Calicos will be sold to-day at 4c a yard.
We are showing new lines of children's
and ladies' hosiery just in; a splendid Hue
of mioses' solid-color ribbed hose, sizes ti to
Qi. offered to-day at oc—well, they are
what other people get 35c for.
Table oilcloth, white aud'colored, full
line of new patterus, 25c a yard.
A large Invoice of new effects in jet orna
ments, bealc-d fringes, passamentarie aud
beaded effects.
We have splendid drlve9 to show you In
every department.
People's Stoke.
FCNEKIL NOTICES ONE DOLLAR.
LEVI—In this city, February 28th, L Levi,
aged «» years.
Funeral takes place from family resi
dence, No. 46 Sansevaiu street, to day, at 3
p.m. Friends and acquaintances aro re
spectfully invited to the funeral without
further notice.
GIBSON—In this city February 28. ISB7, at
11:15 p.m., Bruce Marshall Gibson, sou of
Frank A. and Mollie Gibson, aged 1 year
and 0 months.
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sa to astonish tiie sufferer. "
Ibey .1' on ■ /nraHlte, srd earns the
bodjrtoTai ton Kigali, the* «... arsscm is now
lihadjoed i » fin r 'fnaio Aoti non the 01 «■
TUIT'S EXTRACT SARSAPARiLUI
tones than r mm-9 en fI i '•• '-
£t%"aby".lntggi>U " °
An Elegant Present
FOB EVERYONE.
WE WILL
GIVE EACH PURCHASER
TODAY
AN ELEGANT, HANDSOME
AMD
USEFUL PRESENT.
COME EAELY!
Headquarters Boot and Shoe
HOUSE,
209 Worth main Street, Downey
■I sill ti ■
BI BEX "
_TZS*M ASOMi 1 NO IICE.—BI A I'ED MtfihT
ii-i-' iot of Signet. Chapte. No t.7, K. A.
Masons, at new Masonic Hall corner Fir t
and Sorlua streets, THIS (TUESDAY)
EVENING, Msrch Ist. st 5 i: M. sharp.
By order of tbe H. F
It R. T. MULLARD, Secretary.
i S \_~ R =l, O. B. B.—FUNERAL - NO NOS\-
SSjy Members of Orange Lodge No 221,
snd ofllcera and members of Semt-Tr .pic
Lodge, are hereby Invited to meet at the
re idence of our late Brother, L. LEVI, No
4* Sains vain sireet, THIS (TUESDAY)
March Ist, 3:80 p. if., to attend his funeral lv
a body.
By order of tbe President of Orange
| Lodge. It I
.viondun vllle.
No part of the city has a brighter future
before it than tbe western section. The
Electric road and the extension of other
Hues in this dlrectlou, has made a great
change lv this beautiful portion of Los An.
geles. S.ill prices here are comparatively
iow nnd investors have a fine cbaDce to
double their money. In another columu
appears an odvertiscmeut of Mondonville,
a beautiful location for home", where prop
erty is now offered so cheapthat the bu ers
cannot help but make money. Moudon
ville is one of the best chances for Invest
ment lv Southern California.
Grand Auction Sale
Of Bird Tract, on Boyle Helehts, on Wed
ne day at 10.30 a. m. Los Augeles Land
Bureau, Easton & Eldridee
Free carriage from the offics, at 20 West
First street.
ASlig-ht Cold, if neglected, often at
tacks the luugs. Brown's Bronchial
TaoCHIt give sure and almost immediate
relief. f*M cafyinsozst' Price 25 ceuts.
The office of tbe Columbia Loan and
Building Association is located in room 4,
Wilson block, First, between Main and
Spriug streets. A. Wlllhartitz, the Secre
tary, is vow ready to receive the first in
stalment on shares of the association there.
Irmy Homestead Tracff.
This property is on the line of the Pico
street electric ro id. Lots are selling rapidly
and will double in value in a short time.
Price $490 a lot; *25 monthly, no Interest.
One house free to every seven lots. H. N.
Urmy, 114 West First street, Nadeau blcck.
Shirts made to order at Eagleson & Co. 's,
50 North Spring street.
Seasoned lumber at Davles-Henderson
Lumber Yard.
He Sure to Attend
The great Bird Tract auction sale on Boyle
Heights, on Wednesday at 10:30 a. SL, on the
ground, by the Los Angeles Laud Bureau
Easton A Eldrid re, auctioneers. Freecarrl-
I ages from the office, 20 West First street.
C. H. Hance,
Onr enterprising druggist, guarantees posi
tive relief for any Cough, Cold, Croup,
Asthma, Wboop'ng Cough, and all Lung
aud Broncnlal complsln'sby theuse of tbat
peasant and uever-falllng remedy, Santa
Abie, the California King of Consumption
cures. Try It.
Ventura County.
For large and small ranches, city and
business i ropertv, enquire of K. C. Carlton,
28 North Spring street, bo Angeles,
Tills Hay.
Elegant furniture by John C. Bell the
anctioueer this day. at 10 o'clock, at Tum
verein Hall, consisting of rare, choice and
beautiful parlor, drawing-room aud cham
ber setts, 'ihe finest ever offered in Los
Aug' le.- at auction.
Ito Not Fall
To attend the Bird Tract, Boyle Heights,
auction sale, on Wednesday at 10 30 a m,
on the ground. Good water, splendid view,
fine drainage. Free carriage at tbe office of
the Los Augeles Laud Bureau. Eastcn A
Eldrldgo, auctioueers, 20 West First street.
A Galaxy of Beauty and Talent.
Adallna Pat-1, Mary Anderson, Mrs Scott
Slddous, Emily Melvilleaud a hostof others
certify lo tbe value of Catnelliue for pre
serving aud beautifying the complexion
Its Innocence la attested by ihe best scien
tific authority. Price of Cauielline, fifty
cents.
Unredeemed Mng-cr sewing ,Tla
cliines
At a bargain. People's Loan Office, 306 N.
Main.
When You Hear tbe Band Play
On Wednesday morning, come around to
the Los Angeles Laud Bureau, 20 West First
street, where there are froe carriages to take
you over t > Boy'e Heights to tue great auc
tion sale of the Bird tract,
Every well dressed man should wesr
Eagleson's perfect fitting shirt-collars, culls'
aud neckwear.
H. small,
Dentist, removed to Hollenbeok Block,
Spring street, corner Second street.
OhlrsrdelU's eagle chocolate is the most
I popular drink in the market.
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MARCH 1. 1887.
REAL. ESTATE. HE*I. ESTATE.
MON DON VILLE!
Situated on a Superb Plateau, Between Washington and Adams Streets.
4g EVERY DA r * rrj
I AT 10 A. H. AND 2P. H. >
I )00 §
=z ■ --■-—= ■■' -- --- ■^
40 000 Vines and Trees of All Kinds.
WAT TO BE PIPED IN FRONT OF LOTS.
STREETS LINED WITH SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES.
Large I.on, Small Prices, Viz :
$275 Each; $50 Cash and $20 Per Month, Without Interest.
Three lo's donated for Public Schools and Churches. No Taxes to he paid until Decern
ber 1888 Located in the Southwestern suburb, at the door and iv the growing direcliou
MONDONVILLE
Is without doubt the BEST AND CHEAPEST tract to-day ia the market. Sold by the owner.
mrl-2m C. moXDOIM, Itooma 1 and 4, Old Pcstofflce Building, Hp Stairs.
ARLINGTON
HEIGHTS !
ON WASHINGTON ItRKET, JUBTOUT
si.Ie the. city limits ol Los Angeles,
i ho platesu of Arlington Heights offers the
most magnificent view to be beheld in
-ouheru California, embracing I ho whole
of tho Uis Augeles valley, snd extending
from Sin Pedro nud Sauta IfonlO* on Ihe
Pacific Ocean, ncro-s the plains to the foot
hill', and up to the snowy heights of the
Sierra Madre mo v.a ns. This tible land
or mesa is perfectly level aud unbroken,
but M) feet higher than Ihe elevation ot
Spring and Main streets. To reach it there
are no hills to climb, and as the streets lead
ing from the center of Los Angeles city uo
to it follow the s»mo c eu gr dc, it Is ns
easy of access as Washington Gardens. The
soil of Arlington Heights is a rich loam,
mellow and frißb'e at all seasons, and easy
to cultivate. The vineyards and orchards
surroundiug it give undisputed evidence
that every acre ol Arlington Heights will
produce grapes and fruit without irrigation.
A stratum of purest s ell water la struck
anywhere on the tract at a depth of from 3J
to 60 feet. 'I he plateau of Arlington Heights
is unequaled for health. A geutle breeze
from tne Pacific ocean fans it dally; sea
fogs never reach its elevatiou, and frosts
being a'most unknown o.» the''mesa," the
most tender plant", such as tomato vin"s,
bear fruit there every day of the year. The
Santa Monica braucb of the S P. R K. runs
alougslde tbis elegaut tract; tbe present
terminus of the electric street railroad is
distant one-half mile from Arlington
Heights, sul it is .xpeccd that, It will
be extended to and through Arlington
Heigh.s. A tree Carriage is ruuuiug from
the electric road to Arlington Heights, and
the two-horse stre°t car Una is m w being
exteuded through Washington street to an
easy walking distance from this tract The
elevated plateau of Arlington Heights ter
mlna-es in a ridgeor descent ju-t sixty feet
south of Adams street, sou lv a similar
ridge north of Pico st eet; on these two
ridces are locaied the most magnificent
building sites iv Los Angeles. No houses
cau ever be built high enough in front oi
them trt ob-truct that glorious view of
mountain, valley and oceau; from Catalina
island to San Jacinto peak, find oowu again
over tbo bruud acres, orchards and vine
yards of fair Los ause'eg valley to the blue
waves of t'>c Pacific Oce-n beyond the coast
of S'Uta Monica. Wnnsoever wishes for a
beaut fill home sheltered from the noise
and bustle of a busy city, but withiu a
twenty minutes'drive of 'ho pi It, should
•elect in Arlington Melglusalot or W/ t acre
tract, whereon to build bis bouse,
Durl g the last few years it has occurred
freqtienly that men have bought, 5 or 10
acres In Los Angeles, sold oil'one half in
lots for the price of the whole, and retained
valuable rrtmuds for a home. thu9 tree of
cost. Such chauocs are offered to-day in
Arliiigf'U He gits. The present owners
Dan MeFarlaud. William H. Bonsall, Then
dore Wle endang r, J. P. McCarthy. E. Mc-
Carthy. Robert Turner and W. Mcßrata. y,
purchased this large body of land at a low
price, tbey offer It now iv smaller tracts, or
lots, at prices to suit all, aud purchaser
who make their selections now, get all ihe
benefit of n first choice for bargains iv »
vast tract of 1-nd. Attention is invited to
ihe great mecess EChicve 1 he ore this by
the asine owners in the saleo' the Wieseu
danger Tract aud Aldili"U. the Wieseudan
der City Tract, Park Villa Tract, and Mc-
Artbur r s Ad liti'iu tj Park Villa.
Every city lias its one fashionable suburb
par excellence, as l.ondo i has iS Rich
mond, and Paris has Its Saint Cloud, Ardng
ton Heights, by a hippy combination of
advantages, promises to become a fashion
able addition to Los Angeles of tbe beauti
ful mansions and park-like grounds of the
wealthy.
Our principle is to buy large tracts, grade
streets, and oiler homes for all, at prices en
abling the purchasers to make a handsome
profit. Arlington Heights hitherto was one
vast body of land of nearly 7UO acres. Our
msp shows a magnificent subdivision of it
iuto acre blocks, 660x360 feet, including
streets, ench containing.!! lots 50x150 or 200
feet, aud each surrounded on all sides by
streets 60, so or 10) feet wide. Investors who
a c able to apprecla'e the importance of a
well planned subdivision, will loretell a
great future to this tract, with Its miles of
wide streets, iulersecting each other at
right angles Th - elegaut lawns and stately
mansions of tbe rich will be found here
within a short time, and purchasers who
take advantage of our low prices and easy
le-mswill rean a golden harvest of their In
vestment in Arlington if eights.
For further particulars, prices aud maps
apply to tho ortlcc of Arlington Heights
Laud and Water Company.
wilm.mi inukk a- nomsALL,
2S West First Street,
Up stairs, corner n| First and Soring sts.. or
JAMES P MCCARTHY,
23 W Fir«t street, or
ROBERT TURNER,
120 ill West First street.
AUCTIONS.
J»Y JOHN C. BELL A CO.,
Real Estate and General Auctioneers,
Offlce—Room 17 Temple Block.
AUC no* SALES.
large, fine elegant sale of
furnl tv he !
ON TBIS DAY, MAR«H let, 1887, AT
10 A. M., AT TUIiNVEREIN HALL,
By order of Eastern manufacturers, for
whom It ma< c mcern, to the highest
Bidder, for cash.
This sa'e embraces the finest and most ele
gant chamber suits lv the flues marb es.
Also, the rlche-t, choicest and mot exqui
site nnnolsteri work over offered In the
Eastern States or on the Partftc Coast. L -
dtc« and gentlemen, and furniture d»alers
particularly, are re-pecifull » requested to
examine be or.- tlie day of sale.
£tf~ These goods will bo on exhibition
two .lays befo c the sale.
I" n JOHN (t. B 'LL, Auctioneer.
GEO. 11. CRANE. H. A. BOTELLO.
BOTELLO & CRANE.
ALBUQUERQUE
FEED AND S A EE* STABLE.
~ at»T"Coal. Wood, Hoy and Grain—Ml
Upper Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. P. o.
Box 181. m
DIED.
CATARRH, '
Consumption, Asthma
and
BRONCHITIS
TIIKATEO SI'KrUL .V AND SI'CrKKSFI'LLY 11V
W. N. DAVIS, M. 13.,
i»i N. SPKIXG Sl', LOS ANGELES, CAL.
N ASAL OATARstH
Treated npou » new principle, founded upon
tbe fact that the dlsee.se is parasitic In Its
origin. The parasites car. be demonstrated
I>j- the microscope nnd will pteseut the ap
pearance shown uelow.
l 2 <B>
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4 5 6
(PARASITES MAGNIFIED ISO TIMES.)
One difficulty In tbe treatment of this dis
ease has been the Inability to apDly the
ren edies to the whole seat of lullammation,
another is the failure to use the right rem
edies.
Our treatment consists iausing medicines
in the form of ointments which are warmed
and sprayed through the head and throat,
renchiug every part of tho head that spray
eau roich. The reinefly remains lv the
head for 6omo time, passes readily luto
vapor and reaches cells filled with mucus
Impossible to be readied by medicine in
liquid or powdered form. 1
The treatment Is pleasant and eveu child
ren will take it readily after the nrst time,
knowing the relief It will glv, tin m atoncc.
Co istitutiouni remedies are employed for
the blool. etc Patients cau treat them-
Silvcs at home wheu necessary.
convornD oxtuen.
THK 11ENEF1T DiaiVlD FROM INHALATION.
Ia the Circle of Sciences wo read this sen
tence: "The geuer.il effect of oxygen in
nature is that of a life giving principle "
Ever »ince tlie discovery of ox gen by
rries-ly, has thi-i idea been uppermost In
thcmiudmertic.il, for, siuce respiration Is
tbe processor administering oxygen to the
tissues of the body througu the agi-ucy of
ttiu blood (aud in the luugs, purifviug the
life blood) the thought instinctively p ps
into the mm t tha-. if, incises of disease or
imperfect oi, gcuatiou, wo could help th.
lungs to more than their usual amount of
oxygen, we would be wielding a weapon oi
vast remedial effectiveness.
Prae ical experience shows this theory to
be correct, snd never have wo seen a case of
Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption or Gen
oral Debility,that tbe inhalations, properly
administered, failed to relieve more or less.
Tis true that Consumption in tho third
stage civ ouly be relieved except in rare in
stances, but our belief, founded upou ex
perience, is that every case cm be cured in
the first stare, and tbe large majority lv tne
second stage, climatic influences being
favorable.
The home treatment can be sent per ex
press to any address.
Los Anoki.es, Pec. 9,1R8<;.
Dr. W. N. Davis—Dear Sir:—l wish to tes
tify as to what your catarrh trca>meut has
dove for me. I was troubled with et arrh
for five or mx years or more, and felt us if
death would 0i a relief. My sense of smell
was entirely gone aud my hearlDg and
taste was very much aftected. Your treat
ment relieved at ouce, aud in a few weeks
entirely cured me and restored my lost
senses to their natural condition.
PRI-OtLLA DUDLEY,
R. Reushaw's offiC3. No. 20, Downey block.
Los Angelus, August (>, 18*6.
This is tocertify that I have been troubled
with the cat irrh for lour years. My breath
was offensive, and I u.-ed different studs of
.-.ediciue anil it f-d.e tto cure ma. I went
to Dr. W. N. Davis, aud he treated me with
the medical inhalation treatment, and I was
cured in forty-five days, nnd am now iv »er
fect health. All tho c that are t'oubicd
with ts-.c catarrh had b?tter co and consult
Dr. Davis. JO-tKPII BAKER,
217 E. First street.
Loa Anoki.es, June 13,1888.
Dr. W. N. Davis:
Deaf. Sia-I was troubled with a bad form
of oatarrh of the nose and tiuoat fat eight
years, and I am thankful to say that your
treatment has entirely cured me iv a few
weeks (eiiht week-) Mv stomach was some
aftected, causiug indigestion, which was re
lieved at OUOS. I have gained teu pounds
since I began treatment, and feel better than
since I was a coil.l.
Mrs. Ella Wilkinson,
F.gueroa street, near Ward.
This is to certify that I am a reg larly
qualified physiciao, hut not practicing and
have always believed catarrhof the chronic
vasal variety to be an incurable aflttction,
but h-nrlug of Dr. W. N. Davis' "New I'reat
ment" and his success, I applied to him for
me lcine aud determined to try It in ihe
case of oue of my nud did so with
the most satisfactory results, ss improve
ment was immediate aud oi o preseriptio'i
effected a cure. The case wis of years'
standiug aud a bad type. I can rce lnmend
Dr. Davis to those similarly affected.
S. Haley, M D.
Los Angeles, Aug, 1,1 83. Ponet Block.
_ , , January 2d. 18S6.
S. Haley testifies that the case he treated
five mouths ago is still a cure.
Los Angeles, July 4,18?. r >.
Cr. W.N. Davis:
I have Leon troubled with catarrh of the
dry variety for about five years, since three
years before 1 came to California, and iv
one moutb I feel tu"t I have been entirely
cured by your remedies.
Yours truly.
Peter'Wibs,
P. O. Box 825.
Los Angeles, May 25, 1880.
Dr. W. N. Davis:
Dear Sir -1 am happy to Inform you thst
your remedies have euiod that terribly ob
btiuatc Catarrh of the back part of the nos
trl saud throat, from whicu I suffered so
much It does not trouble me at all no a,
aud I have only tnken yourtreatmeut about
two mouths and a hulf.
Yours, gratefully.
M. S. Fish
Art Studio, 211 S. Bunker Hill Avenue.
Los Angeles, Dec. 10th, 1580.
Dr. W. N. Davis: '
I was troubled with moist catarrh of the
nose aud throat for about two aud a-half
years, there always being a disagreeable
feeling above the soft palate and a disposi
tion to ciear tho throat. Your treatment
entirely cured me lv one month.
Mrs. Annie Townsend,
108 Olive Street.
... , ~ Eos Angeles, October 2d, 1886,
This is to certlly that I was troubled with
asthma aud bronchitis for one and a half
years, end never was entirely free from It
at. anytime till two months ago I put my
self under the care of Dr. W. N. Davis, and
his Inhalations gave me relief at once, so
that I could atteoc to my busluessas well as
ever. I now believe that I am entirely
oured. , H. J. Deyo,
Ventura street and Vernou avenue.
Los Anoei.es, lanuory 27, 1886.
This Isn certify ti.at I have beeu troubled
for four years with bronchitis, and in six
weekal have been almost entirely cured oy ,
D.-. W N Davis, aud have had no sufTuostlve
attacks sluce f commenced treatment. lean '
recommend Dr. Davis to any who are
troubled with the lung..
Mra. M. S. STEVENS,
Ninth street, near Pearl. t
Los Angelfs February 8,1886.
Dr. Dwis—ll it were not for you lorn -
sure that I would now be dead with lung
disease, which had troubl d mo for two 1
years, as at the time I begin treatment last I
summer I was so low that I was uuable to
continue my trip East, after starting, and
wasobllg dto return from Mo] ive I wish
to testify that I was eutir. ly cured In thieo
J months, and found your onarges very rea
' aonable,
Mrs. H. P. Mbbsereau, 1
22 Bernard street. I
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IMSCELLANEniJ .
Consumption Can be Cured!
This has been do moustrated la thousand!
of cases treatod by
Dr. M. Hilton Williams,
STS N. main St., Eos Angeles,
With his new system of Medicated Inhala
tions combined with propei constitutional
remedies f r the liver, stomach, blood, etc.
Probably no system of prnctlce over
adopted has been so universally successful
as that Introduced by Dr. Williams for the
cureof Catarrh, 1 liroat Diseases, B.onchltls,
Asthma and Consumption.
Over 75,030 cases treated during tho past
20 years, for some form of head, throat or
lung trouble.
Tiie following Is a ssmpleof the hundred!
of Uatterlug tes imonia s given:
Los Angeles, Cal., Sopt. 21, 1886.
Da M. Hilton Williams:
Dear Siu:—l have been contemplating for
some time past making a statement of my
case and tho honeflt I have derived from
your treatment, remembering how
glad I would have been oiuld I have seen
something of tbe kiud from a person in the
city to whom I could have referred, when I
first came to Los Angeles fiom my home in
New York State.
I had been Buffering, for sevoral years with
what various physicians iv the East p o
nouueed "chronic ulcerated laryngitis." I
spent considerable time at the Clifton Sani
tarium, and employed the best medical
skill I could And, all without any porma
ueut benefit, anrl a last resort our family
physician recommended Los Augeles. For
a time I Improved, en! then I began to go
backward and all my former symptoms re
turued.
Through a medical friend I was Induced
to try your treat meut, which I did August
29, lf-84. I became vory much discouraged
at timcß, but per-evered, ns I felt almost
desperate aud know of nothing else to turu
to. My throat trouble being aggravated by
a serious stomach difficulty, mado it very
obstiuate to deal with. Dut at last, after per
severing for a time with the use of your
remedies.l considerl om permanently cured
If this will be of auy value to you, you are
at perfect liberty to use It; also to refer any
one to my mother, my husbaud, or myself.
Very truly yours, MHS. J. D. WILEY,
821 Olive ft.. Los Angeles, Cal.
Newhall, Cal. ; Sept. 22,1886.
De. Williams;
Dear Sir:—l write to tell you how much I
thank you for what you have done me. My
catarrh and deafness, which have been a
burden to me for so long utime, aro entirely
cured aud my general health so much im
proved that I feel like a different person.
Thanking you igaiu for your mauy deed*
of kindness, lam respectfully yours,
MISS ANNIE EICHAROS.
ItiVEiisinE, Oct 17, 1886. \
To the many testimonials won by Dr.
Williams It gives me pleasure to add my
owu to the list so highly lv his favor. For
nearly two years I had been suffering from
throat and lung trouble, brought ou by ca
tarrh. Had tried mauy remedies iv the
meantime, but found ouly temporary relief.
After two months treatment, prescribed by
Dr. Williams, my cough left me altogether,
and f now have no pain lv my throat or
luugs aa formerly- I cannot speak too
highly of the benefits I have rec [red, and
shall ever be grateful to one who Is worthy
of the highest recommendation.
Miss Minnie H. Harris,
lUvurside, Cal.
Los Angeles. Cal., Nov. 2t, IRSG.
Miss Clara Fooshee, who lives near the
Temple street reservoir, says:—'-When I
begau treatment with Dr M. Hilton Will
lams, Juuell 18-4, the drctrrs said I was
in the second s age of consumption. They
also told my relatives th-1 I could not live
long, i was very bad at thst time, cough
ing quantities of pus from mv lung,
where the cavity existed. Assonn as I began
treatment with Dr. Williams I begau to Im
prove, and in a few mouths I entirely recov
cd mj health, which hascoutluued perma
nent lv every particular, although it Is
now over two years since I was treated by
him.
Persons desiring treatment hy this system
of practice oan use the remedies nt home aa
well as at our office, and which will cause
no inconvenience or hindrance to business
whatever.
I bave seen bo many of these cases cured
that I do not consider auy case hopeless un
less both lungsarcseriously involved. Even
then tbe inhalations aid us in dissolving the
mucin and in contractlug and healing the
cavities, which nothing else cau do with
the samo success. The very best references
from those already cured.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Those who desire to consult with me la
regard to their cases had better call at the
office for consultation and examination, but
if Impossible to do so can write for a copy
of my Medical Treatise, containing a list of
questions. Address,
Iti. HILTON \\ 11 1 I in. D.,
275 North Main street, Lob Angeles, Cal.
Office hours from 9:80 a. m. to 4 r. M.
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