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DAILY HERALD.
War Department Signal Service
United States Army.
Division of Telegrams and Reports for the
benefit of Commerce and Agriculture. Re
port of observations taken at Los Augeles,
Cal., March 8,1887:
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m TheruiOinitof, w>2.
m Thermometer, OO.O.
past 24. hours, Blnfla**.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
A Rtview ot tne, Hay's Trans
actions.
New York, March 3.-The stock market
was moderately active to day, and with tho
exception ol a period of weakness in the
afternoon was firm to strong throughout.
Union Pacific showed unusual strength,
which was nttribu ed to buying by a Wash
ington party, to cover shorts. The opening
was somewhat irrcgulnr, but the majority
were slight fractions above last evening's
final quotations. There was more anima
tion to early dealing than has been usual
for the past week, and the tone wasdecidely
strong, Western Uniou, Uuion Pacific and
Green Bay being the most prominent in tho
rise. Toward the end of the first hour
there was a marked decrease iv the amount
of business done, and later there was a
alight yielding of values in the general list,
whll-' Richmond and West Point was de
cidedly weak. The market quickly rallied,
however, but ia the attornoon the firm tone
entirely disappeared, aud the market be
came dull mid heavy. Iv the last hour
.strength again returned. Now England be
comiug prominent, and the close was active
and strong at or near the best pi ices of the
day.
Government Bonds—Dull and steady.
Financial.
New York, M «rch B,—Three per cent
Government bonds, 100H; lour per cent,
coupons, 1i5 1 ...; four and a unit per cent cou
pons, 9; ex "interest Central Pacific, 36Vi;
Kansas & Texas, 31%: Northern
Pacific, '/8; preferred, 69V<; North
western, 154; New York Central, 13-'! 8 : Ore
gon Navigation.lOl; 1 ,; transcontinental. ■■■ ;
Improvement, 39; t"iclilo Mail, 5u s B ; Paua
ma, —; Kansas Pacific, 53)*; United States
Express, tUJn; Wells, Fargo A Go's Express,
28: Western (Tniou Telegraph, IS}-*
Money ou call, easy, at "i%<SiV/t por cent.;
closing, 3 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper—[email protected]
Sterling exchange—Weak; unchanged.
Bar silver—fi.oo<^.
Sin Francisco, March 3.—Closing quo
tations for stocks to day are as follows :
Best it Belcher 111. 87! i I Peerless 65
Cro.'ker 1.09 lOphlr 10 00
Choliar 775 savage 5.60
Con. Virginia.. 17 50 i iicrra Nevada. 4 80
Gould it Uurry 8.00 jUnion Cou .. 3.75
H.&N 5.50 : Yellow Jacket. 6.87Jj
Locomotive ... 1.10 iPotosl 8.87)4
Peer 50 |Mt. Diablo... . 3.90
Sliver bars—Per cent discount, [email protected]
Tlie Uraln markets.
DOMESTIC.
San Fbancisco, March B.—Wheat, dull;
shipping,lt SO per cental.
Barley—Unlet; feed,97!.c per cental; brew
ing, $1 [email protected]*l.lft.
Corn—California large yellow, 97V*o®
11.02W per cental; small yellow, |I.o7J_(u)
J1.10; white, $I.o6<S*#l. u\
Chicago, Match3.—Wneot—Lower; cash,
73 7-liic per bushel; May, 7S 1616 c; June,
SOo.
Corn—Easy; cash, sac per bushel; May,
.5315-n;o; June, 41!-«e
Petrnli «m.
Haw YORK, Ma-eh 3.- Petroleum opened
stead,' at Wji, touched tK!V s . advanced to
«BU; and c osed at 62V,. Sales, 1,892,000 bai
rels.
Chicago Produce market.
Chicaoo. March 3. —Pork—Firm; cash
118.80 per bane!; May, |19 00.

People's Store.;
Owirg to the uncertainty of the weather
yesterday we have concluded to offer tho
remainder of the special sate stock of yes
terday, iv addition to what «as Intended
for to day, and make n mammoth Friday
sale. We have the goods we offer and in
quantities to last until lata afternoon hours.
The People's Siore d.>es not advertise spe
cial sales and when people call for goods
say "all sold."
Lot one is a line of ten pieces of 51 inch
all-wool beige tricots, the very finest goods
of the kind manufactured. They are very
reasonable at $1.25 a yatd; our price for to
day is 83c ...
Shades of velvet, to cnmWne handsomely
with these good?, at *1 a raid.
One thousand yards of euperflne apron
check ginghams, in blue and blown, and all
size cheeks. ilVie; regular pr cc, 10c.
A superb line of Nottingham curtain nets
at 50c and 55c a ard. A handsome cornice
pole with each six yards. It will pay you
to look at these nets, they are extra wide,
extra heavy, exquisite designs and they are
worth double that mo jey.
We will sell a line of calicos to-day, all
new goods and new patterns, at 4c a yard.
*We place a limit of twenty yards to each
customer. We do this so we will have
enough to go round.
We will also sell the remainder of that
eleeant line of all-llueu, hemstitched hand
kerchiefs three for 250 They are slightly
imperfect, but very flne goods aud cheap
for apiece. ,
A line of men's brown felt hats will be of
fered to-day at 95c apiece These goods can
not be bought under IS. On exhioition to
day in our show window; suitable L r men
and boys
New beaded trimming! In stock to-day.
People's Stoke.
Free Tests.
At tbe ladies and gents' parlors of the "Car
bolic Smoke Ball," rooms 3 aud 4, over 28
North Spring street, Los Augeles, Cal.,
they give free tests in order to ptove their
assertions. Truly, it's a wonderful cura
tive discovery for sttcli diseases as catarrh,
colds, asthma, etc. Send for testimonials
of our bt-st citizens. They nre worth read
ing.
Shirts made to order at Eagleson & Co.'s,
SO North Spring street.
( raiy Ilomeatcnit Tract.
This property is on the line of the Pico
street electrio road. Lots are selling rapidly
and will double in valne in a short time.
Price t490 a lot; $25 monthly, no interoet.
One house free to every seven lots. H. N.
Urmy, 114 West First street. Nadeau block.
A W250 Lot a Free Gift
To any pnrchsser of n lot who will build
immediately a $2500 house on beAutiful Ar
lington Heights. Wlesendauger & Bonsall,
25 W. First street.
Salrntion meetings
Every night at Nadeau basement, corner
First and Spring streets.
Uood Property and L«w Prices.
For tho last ten days 1 have been offering
lots in the Crmy Tract for sale, aud nearly
one-half have been taken. These lots are
the best and the cheapest ou populer Pico
Heights: they will ouly laht n short time. 11.
N. Urmy, 114 West First street, Nadeau
Blocks
Protect tho Complexion.
Fine ralmont is of less Importance than a
irood oomplexiou, jot the latter is within
the reach of all, To secure a youthful,
clear and smooth complexion, use only
Camelline. plok or white, protecting the
complexion aud instantly beautifying the
skiuT Price of Camelline is fifty cents.
Unredeemed Mniter Sewing ma
chine*
At a bargain. People's Loan Oflice, 306 N.
Main.
ThiH Day
Auction sale at Santa Monica. Tale tho 9:30
train.
Every well dressed man should wear
F.aßle'son's perfectflttiog shirt-collars, cutis'
aud neckwear.
11. 1.. Small,
Dentist, removed to Hollenbeek Block,
Siring 'street, corner Second street.
For a hygienic and Invigorating beverage
use Ghlrardeill'ssoluh ocoa.
■turned Bricks.
T F. Joyce has a quantity of first-class
hard-burned bricks for sale. Brickyard on
Yale uear Bernard street. Oflice c,y t -North
M.ilu street.
Orunge Trees.
Choice Washington Navel and other va
rieties. For sale by Phillips No. 134
North Main street, Los Angeles.
misCEI.LAKIEOI •-.
IF YOU
WANT TO BUY AN
Elegant Home,
NICE
Building Lot
OR
BUSINESS PROPERTY,
CALL ON
BRYAN & RELSEY,
: CATARRH!
Throat Diseases, Bronchiti
Asthma,
CONSUMPTION,
Together with deceases ot
THE EYE, EAR AND HEART,
Successfully treated by
M.HILTON WILLIAMS,M.D.,
M. C. P. 8. O ,
No, 275 Main St., uext the Diamond House.
Los Augeles, Csl.
CATARRH.
THE TERM CATARRH IS APPLIED TO
a peculiar disorder of the nostrils and
adjacent parts, which prevails to an alarm-
Ing extent and is productive of very serious
consequences.
The most prominent and characteristic
feature is a morbid discharge from the
head, varying in its nature at different
times.
In some there is an almost constant flow
of clear, acrid fluid, butoitener an offensive,
purulent or muco-purulent, greenish-yellow
matter Is secreted, which accumulates in
the nostrils or drops into the throat, neces
sitating its frequent removal by blowing the
nose or expectoration, and often by both
processes. Sometimes patients feel as
.■though their whole head was in a state of
rottenness, so great is the amount of matter
discharged and so fetid is its odor. The
patient Is greatly annoyed by the constant
dropping into the throat of tho morbid mat
ter from tbe head, and as a recumbent posi
tion naturally favors the Sow downward,
his rest is frequently disturbed from this
cause. Many sufferers aro obliged to lie
with the head very much elevated in order
to sleep with some degree of comfort.
In othera a tough, viscid and offensive i
phlegm collects behlud snd above the soft
palate, In the passage between the throat
and head, udhenringto the parts with giu
ish tenacity. Its lodgment embarrasses
respiration and creates a sens 'tiou of irri 1
tation aud uneasiness iv the affected local- ,
lty, which gives rise to a constant and al
most irresistible desire to relieve the dis
comfort by drawing the mucus iuto the
throat so as to eject it by the mouth. This i
practice, popularly known as "hawking,"
is characteristic of catarrh, sn i proves as *
embarrassing to the ono affected as it is '
disagreeable to those around him. j
Again, the offensive matter hardens and
deposits itself on the membrane in the '
si ape of dry, bard concretions, which are '
discharged by way of the nostrils or throat ]
iv lumps or iragmcnts of a deep green tint.
Iv some cases these incrustations accuinu
lateto such an extent es to form a resrular -
plug iv the nose, which obstructs breathing ;
and produces sorious discomfort. So Arm
ly do these incrustations adhere to tlie
poiut of attachment that their removal
usually requires tbe most violent efforts;
uot uufrequeuily ti ey have to be torn from
the membrane. Occasionally a solid cast
of notable size is expePed, on which there
are generally traces of blood, but iv some
cases the east presents a tubular appear
auce, being of exact shape of the nasal
cavity. Tula coudition is indicative of ul
ceration, which, in time, may destroy tho
bony st.ucture of the nose and produce a l
subsequent flattening of that organ.
Cases are occasionally met with in which I
a thick, viscid, slimy secretion coats the
mem brane oi the u*sal cavities aud theu
putnfies, giving rise to a 6tench which Is
really overpowering and sufficiently fetid to
Dcisouthe atmosphere of a whole room: 1
iiud there are others iv which all tbe secre
tions of the membrane nr.: suspended, caus
ing au unpleasant feoling of dryuess, heat
and feveiishuess iv the head aud nose-a
condition popularly known as "Dry Ca
tarrh."
The disease speedily extends to the air
cavities of the bones of the forehead and
face, giving rise to a distressing sensatio i f
of h avy weight or compression over the
torehead, especially in tbe region above
sud between the eyes, and to a feeling of
fulness, heat, Irritation, sureties? or pain in
tbe nostrils near tbe root ol the nose, as
well as in tho upper part of the throat,
above aud behind the soft palate. Some
times there is painobstiuately fixed in some
particular part, as In the temple, ou the top
of tho beau, at the back oi the neck, or be
hind the orbids, and occasionally paiu
mauifests itself in the face of so severe a
character that it is frequently mistaken for
neuralgia.
The ureath is always tainted and nt times
assumes an exceeding fetid and sickening
odor. Iv some eases it becomes ss revolt
ingly offensive as to render tho sufferer an
object uf disgust to bimself as well as to
others.
The nasal membrane is thickened and
congested, causing tbe nose to be stopped
up, sometimes on oue side, sometime on the
other, aud often on both, giving rise to a
disagreeable, stuffy sensation In the head,
and occasioning violent and prolonged
paroxysms of sneezing.
The voice is weak, indistinct and husky
or of a nasal character, di-playlng a sort of
sniffing quality. Oiientiaies there is a con
tinuous hoarseness and discordance. There
is also a sense of Irritation in the throat,
and frequent attempts to cltar the parts ol
phlegm, producing the sound ' hem" more
or less forcibly. Iv some cases patieuts
complaiu of au uncomfortable feeling of
f ulluess, or a choky i ensation iv tbe throat,
and in others of a distressing and almost
constant dryuess, for tho temporary relief
of which they have to swaiiow frequently.
Others, again, speak of a eoustaut bad or
naußeous taste iv the mouth or throat.
The stomach gen. rally sutlers moie or
less and becomes weak aud irritable; the
appetite is capricious and nearly always
bad iv the morning. The patieat is lan
guid, unable to perform mental or physical
labor with the usual facility, is nervous, de
pressed in spirits, at times fearful, tun d,
agitated and Inclined to drowsiness and
sleep, the memory weakened aud perma
nent impairment seriously threatened.
The mucous membrane soou becomes
morbidly sensitive to unfavorable influ
ences, and iv suite of tho utmost care be
comes affected from the slightest causes, so
that at last a breathof wind upou the lining
of the uo.-e or throat becomes productive of
a cold, snd gives rise to serious disturb
ances of tbe respiratory organs. Tuns tlu>
patient is subject to frequent and repeated
colds, c ich attack aggravating ihe disease
by giving it anew Impulse and involviug a
larger extent or surface than its predecessor.
Iv this innuuer the difficulty spreads from
organ to organ, Invading tho throat, larnyx,
trachea and bronchial tubes, uutil, en
croaching further aud further, it reaches
the finer ramifications of the broucbl, when
but a slight impulse is required to send it
to the lungs. Catarrh may, and ofteu docs,
affect oihor organs in the body, especially
those containing n mucous membrane, such
as the stomach, bowels, kidneys, etc.
By the employment Ol proper inhalations
in the form of medicated vapor (not steam
or spray) wo are able to produce immediate
aud direct action upou the diseased surface
lv the pharynx and nas»l passages, for air
will find lis way iuto the most remote and '
intricate cavities, where it Is utterly impos
sible to make lluld applications. By theie
means every case cau be cured.
OZtENA.
Ozu'na is the professional or technical
name given to an advanced form of catarrh
in which ulceration has eaten through the
membraue liulug of the nose to the carti
lage of the bono. Any ease nf catarrh may
end in czo'na, but It most frequently.occurs
iv those who are naturally scrofulous. The
discharge takes place tnrough the nostrils
or through tho throat, snd Is generally of a
yellowish or greenish yellow color, fre
quently tinged with blood and almost al
ways ottended by au offenstvesmeU. In the
language of Dr. Wood, of Philadelphia,
'The disease is one of tho most obdurate
and disagreeable which the physician has
to encounter In bad cases the breath of the
pstient becomes so revolting as to isolate
him from society and to render him an ob
ject of disgust eveu to himself." In some
cases pieces of bone become separated aud
slough off, leaving deep, unhealthy ulcers,
whioh secrete a bloody mailer, and are ex
treme y difficult to heal. After rneui has
continue! somo time tho souse of smell
usually becomes lin paired and often lost
I) »afi ess is ouo of its most common conee
uueuc. s, and results from Its extension
through the eustachian tubes to tho internal
car Pains in tlie head ituil over the frontal
sinuses, impairing memory, and even in
sanity frequently spring from Its extension
I to tlie brain. The greatest dinger, how-
I ever because the most common, is that it
' will extend downward nud affect the lungs.
In most cases of pulmonary disease catarrh
is present iv some degree, and in many in
stances it causes a largo share of thept
, tieut'R discomfort.
Besides these grave consequences, all of
which arc liable to sp'lug from scrofulous
catarrh or ozn'ua, there are others which, if
less dangerous, aro sufficiently unpleasant.
Uoccaslons great uuhapplness to thousands
of both sexes, by isolating them and pre
' venting thoir settlement in life. Au offen.
sive running from tho nose, with foul
breath- Is about as great a calamity as esn
befall young pooplejfor no yo iig person
should ever thluk oi marrying while afflict
ed with catarrh.
Tho-e whovisltSouthcrii Calfforuia.after
trying every known remedy, nud falling iv
■ obtaining health through climatic changes
alouo. would do well to try this wouderiul
system, which is revolutionizing the whole
medical science aud effecting cures lv this
f very city lv persons given up to die.
.11. HILTON Wil l ll'IN M. !>.,
273 North Main street, Los Angoles, Cal.
Olllce hours from It) a. m. te 4 t, v. mcii 2
26 W. First Street,
Bet. Spring and Main, Los Angeles.
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In the Knee for Trade,
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30 North main Street,
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND JOBBERS
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2» North Main Street.
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No. 25 Temple Street.,
Dealers in Real Estate
LARGE LIST OF CITY AND COUNTK
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
JanS tf
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MARCH 4. 1887.
FOR SALE!
BUSINESS PEOPEKTY.
25 FEET ON SPRING STREET, •SOOO PER FRONT FOOT.
OjQ FEET ON SPRING STREET, SfOOO PER FRONT FOOT.
Ujj FEET ON SPRING STREET, SBOOO PER FRONT FOOT.
HQ FEET ON SPRING STREET, aloOO PER FRONT FOOT.
FEET ON SPRING BTREETJHBSO PER FRONT FOOT.
2Q FEET ON SPRING STREET, «700 PER FRONT FOOT.
2Q FEET O.N BPBING STRRET, 0850 PER FRONT FOOT.
(1Q FEET ON SPRING STREET, »000 PER FRONT FOOT,
f2Q FEET ON SPRING STREET (CORNER), 81000 PER FRONT FOOT.
|2Q FEET ON SPRING STREET (CORNER). »700 PER FRONT FOOT.
McCOYE & CUSHMAN,
feb2Mm 23 North Spring Street.
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AND
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zona, New Mexico, snd the Southwest.
In pursuance of plans definitely formed several months ago
the Overland Monthly has opened an offlce in ROOMS 50 and 57, BAKER BLOCK,
under charge of Mr. A. A. Bynon.of los Angeles, and Mr. F. W. Ho«*U, of our San Fran
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Electro-Magnetism,
THE NEW MEANS OF CURE—DR. E.
Robbins' E ectro-Magnetic Institute,
corner of First nud Spring -fcets (entrance
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also Eclectic, Sulphur and Eucalyptus
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• xperlenee iv the Australian Colonies, San
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years iv Los Augeles, and hundreds of
leading citizens can testify to tho wonder
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chronic diseases when all else had failed
and thereloro all persons suffering should
try this new remedy before abandoning all
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by persons of their own sex.
Ihe Doctor dlsguoses dlsenses without
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COTTAGES FOR $550 AND DTI ARB
WE ARE PREPARED TO BUILD NEAT THREE AND FOUR ROOM COTTAGES PLAS"
tered, painted aud graiued. All kinds ot car penter and building and architect
work promptly attended to. Beat of references gi ven. LONG A WALTON, practical
Architects and Builders, late of Oakland, Cal Offlo c—No. 6, West Second st, in with A.
J Spencer & W. B. Davis. f» lm
ATTENTION, ARCHITECTS and BUILDERS
Walter's Metallic Shingles are Unsurpassed.
A LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT ALWAYS|TN;BTOCK
W. W. MONTAGUE & CO.,
1101 pper Main Street, Lo. An.elea, Sole A B ent. far the Pacific MM
R E MOV A ~Lt I
ABEKSTETHY & TAFT
WILL OPEN IN A FEW DAYS AT
No . to SOUTH SPRING STREET
WITH A FINE LINE OF
New : and : Fashionable : Clothing.
SCHMIDT & PACKARD,
Real Estate Agents,
NO. 1 ARCADIA STREET,
OPPOSITE THE POSTOFEICE.
533,00i'-Lot 115x129. corner Second and
Hill streets; splendid locality lor
hotel.
•20,000-CITY GARDENS, on San Pedro
street.
Lot and houses, 20x155, opposite
New Depot; $7000.
Lots and houses on Charity, Allao
Pearl, San Fernando, etc., st eets;
Houoratowo.East LosAnseles, Boyle !
Heights, Brooklyn Heights, Pico
Heights, Child's Tract, etc., etc.
Larue and smaller tracts in and
outside the city limits.
— Large and small farms, stock
ranches, orchards and vineyards
around Los Ancelos and at Fulton
Wells, San Fernando, Orauge, Gar
den Grove, Pasadena, Florence, El
Monte, Sauta Barbara, Wilmington,
MONEY i'O BORROW on good security.
SCHMIDT & PACKARD,
f27 lm No. 1 Arcadia St.
|
! MRS. A. STRATUS,
I'LORIST,
AT HER RESIDENCE, 129 N. CHARITY
street, near Temple, Is prepsred to
lurnisli Floral Supplies, All designs and
i Bouuuots for Weddings, Funerals, etc, at
lowest prices. Orders promptly attonded
to P. 0. Box 711. Telephone 151. —rj-lm
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