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DAILY HEBALD. Record «f Business With the Po lice Tfee.erdav- B. McCray, who. was charged on Thursday with larceny, was yesterday exonerated. It was ascertained that he came honestly by the wa'oh which he tried to sell, having traded a pair of sleeve buttons for it. Andrew Rheude, charged with bat tery, was released yesterday on $200 bail and his case contiuued until the 29tb. The driver of a butcher wagon yes terday morning reported that he had seen a woman ou the road from tbe laughter bouse about 4 o'clock iv the mornit g and as she acted in a wild manner tie asked where she wss going. She said she was going away twen y five miles back into tho country. Tbedriv r thinks she waa insane and notified the Sheriff. It waa reported yesterday that Dan Kevane's house in East Los A geles was burglarized on Thursday nigbt. About 9*200 in coin nnd a quantity of jewelry was taken. It is supposed that the cul prit is Andrew Smiley, a negro. War Department Signal Service United States Army Division ol Telegrams and Reports for the benefit of Commerce and Agriculture. Re sort ot observations taken at Los Augeles, 55.. March x», 1687; i I B I* Maximum Thermometer. 06 0. Minimum Thermometer. 46.0. News Notes. Jemet 8. Meokenaie and Sydney Laoey have been appointed notaries public The British residents are prepar n« to properly celebrate the "Queen's Jubi- Em The reception at the Congregational Ohnrch last night was a very enjoyable affair. "Hew ataeh did yon get out of the eaokf is gam to certain hack-drivers jaat aow. The taking of testimony in the Lynch* Vanderer oentest will be resumed this morning before Notary Owens. J. H. Kerns, ihe Constable and Depu ty Sheriff of San Fernando, passed through the oity yesterday, en route for Santa Ana. Coroner Meredith yesterday morning held au inquest upon the remains of Ed ward Willard, who waa found dead in his bedroom on Thursday. An autopsy had been held by Dr. I E. Cohn, who found the oausb of death to be hydro pericarditis. The jury found a verdict ! accordingly. Real Estate Given Away With Boots and Shoes. Missis- Susie Patton and Annie Smith went to Santa Monioa yeaterday to visit Mra. T. B. Brown, who ia spending the summer at the delightful seaside resort. Wonder if a morning contemporary will tuggest today that it pnblished an item "eaolusively;" and will another morning paper cay anything about a ♦•seoopr Cart Schuhse, an attorney, was, upon presentation of hia certificate from tbe Supreme Conrt of Texas, admitted yes terday by Judge Branson to practice in tab Superior Court. The new Quaker settlement of Mo dest haa had its named changed to Earlham, and obtained a postoffice under the new name and a postmaster ap pointed named Boring. Mrs. Baker yesterday sent quite a quantity of fruit to the smallpox hospi tal. Dr. Kanaen also anknowledgea the receipt of relishes and dainties from the Woman's Aid Society. He also solicits donations of flowers. Mr. J. F. Oilly, who for the past three years has been tbe cutter for Polaaki Brothers, tailors, has resigned and will take a much needed rest. Altera while Mr. QUly will probably oCp a business of hia own in Los Augeleep Dr. J. S. Baker went to Wilmington yesterday in answer to a telegrsm call ing him te the bedside of Dr. Seamons, who is ill of the erysipelas. Dr. Sea tnena had been for sometime attending the patients at the smallpox hospital. The Illinois Association will meet again this evening at Good Templar's Halt, 106 North Main street. The so ciable gives thote who attend an excel lent opportunity of getting acquainted witb one another. A good literary and musical program ia promised. Constable Aguirre and his Deputy, WM Hammel, went to Santa Monica yesterday. Tbey aaid they were going down to engage ia a swimming match, but it it mors than likely that tbey will come back with some fellow who has done something wrong. A section bote named O'Brien, in at. tempting to get a handcar off the track to get out of the way of the train from Saa Diego, at Bainsevain switch, between •Cucamonga and Colton, had one of bis ankles badly sprained. He was brought to the city and attended by Dr. Kurtz. The Hbbald is indebted to Mr. Fir man Church, Manager of the Fresno exhibit in this oity, for a box of splendid raisins from the vineyard of T. C. White, aad a bottle of old port wine from the Barton vineyard, of Fresno. Both are worthy samples of the maguifi cent products of Fresno county. The celebrated Congregational preach er, Bey. Dr. Barrows, of San Francisco, will preach at the First Congregational Church Sunday morning and evening. In the morning he will speak upon tbe Christian work of the S*tate. In the evening he will speak especially upon the young people and their position in California. The hearing of the habeas corpus cued out by B. A. Stephens, of the Po mona Progreu, and A. M. Thornton, ex-Under Sheriff, now held for a crim inal libel in whioh Charles Ball, son of Horace Bell, of the Porcupine, is the complaining witness, comes up at 10 o'clock to-day in Department 2, before Judge Branson. As the defendants are already held under an information, tbe result Of the habeas corpus will not affect the silatus of the cause either way. Personal Mention. M. S. Hall, of Dry Lake, is at the St. Elmo.' Ex-Sheriff A. T. Carrier, of Spadra, waa in the city yesterday. Mr. Chas T. Darian, of the Pacific Surety Company, is in the oity. Mr. 6. Rcinhart, proprietor of the Depot Hotel, is confined to bis room by illness. , Mra. Walter J. Moorn and her sister, Mrs. J. A. MeCaslin, of San Francisco, are visiting friends in Los Angeles. Dr. J. B i Hiukle, of Amerioua, Geor gia, is visiting the city. The Doctor is one of the leading public men of that State. '■' Mr. Sam Tball, advance agent for the Grismer-Davies Dramatic Company, is iv the city looking after the interests of his company. The Misses Allison, relatives of the General Auent of the Missouri Pacific railroad, Mr. Townsend, will return to St. Louis to day. Joseph McCaldin, of New York, one of the well known ahipping firm of W. J. McSaldin k Co., of that city, is visit ing hia brother at Paaadena. W. Barnbart, of Chicago, is in the city. As be is a well-known type found er he naturally came to (he Hekald office to refresh himself with a sight of. printing materials* Geo. K. Howard, hia mother and sister arrived from San Diego yesterday. They were called here on a sad errand, the death of Mr. Willard, a brother of Mrs. Howard. O. W. Keeler, General Eastern Agent of the Mexican Central railroad, is visit ing Los Angeles. This is Mr. Heeler's first visit to this section, and be ex presses great admiration for Soul hern California. Carvanzo Land Given Away. The Lewis tract la the heart of Garvanso, ■anbeen subdivided into lots eotiso, and wa are girt ag then away with our boots and asset Ooaae to-day aud get an opportunity to seen ra a lot that In a few months wUI be srettkltaft. v Lswtsnssos 101 aad US North Spring street. LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. MARCH.'2(3, 1887. MISCECLAHEOIJS. WHY IT IS POSSIBLE FOR US TO GIVE AWAY ELEGANT PRESENTS WITH ALL BOOTS AND SHOES. Many a jealous and envy-smitten com oe itor has ridiculed our establishment be cause we, by the use of Energy ant Enterprise (qualities unknown to them), have brourht from the dl< taut East many useful articles 'o gladden the eyes and delight the leans of our natrons. Tho green eyed rivals view our success with dl-mav, and pMntively tell their few and far-between customers that we raise tbe prices of our Boots and Bhoestn order lo m«ke both ends meet, and tnat they are *oo virtuous to do auvtblng of the kind. Tbe real facts are. It Is because we use Coin, Courage and Enterprlae That we can benefit cur patrons so hand somely. We are selling better Boots aud Shoes FOR LESS MONEY taan any house In town, and Giving Away Elegant Presents. gmT~ l 'e defy any Shoe merchant—or ex cuse for one—to produce an equal to our • r.TSLadles' Fro eh Kid Button Shoe,aud throw in a present worth a dollar. Handsome PRESENTS w'th all Purchases. Handsome PRESENTS with all Purchases Handsome PRESENTS with all Purchases. HEADQUARTERS Boot and Sboc House, 809 IS. Main St., Downey Block. $75 Per Acre! 220 ACEES OF CHOICE FRUIT OR GRAIN LAND LOCATED V/i MILES FROM. ANAHEIM, IN The Center of tne Great Anaheim Fruit Belt. CmP'Good house, barn and outbuildings. Thisls a bargain to settle up an estate. Apply to LOS ,NOELES LaND BUREAU, 20 West First street mr2S 14t Los Angeles Board of Trade ASD Cos Angeles Produce Exchange Building Boats. SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS FORTHE ABOVE bonds are now opea at the following places: Farmers' and Merchants' Bank, First National Bank, Los Angeles County Bank, Los An .'eles Nstlonal Bank, Southern California National Bank, Cos Ange'es Savings Bank. Savings Bank ol Southern California, Childress Safe Deposit Bank, Hayden Lewis Co., Seymour & Johnson, Germain Fruit Company. Th">se bonds are issued for the purpose of, erecting a building for the joint use of the two organizations, will bea 6 per cent. In terest per annum (ne*), payable semi-an nually, aud will be secured by first mort gage on the property and building to be | purchased and erected. Furies de-iriug to subserihe to snid bonds can do so by calling at euy of the above bunks, or upon tht 'undersigned. 8. B. I EWIB, M. H JO NSON. EUGENE GERMAIN, m2C-lm Trustees. Queen s Jubilee PURSUANT TO REQUEST, I HEREBY call a meetlrg of British residents and -iritißh-boru American citizens to consider .he proper celebratien of The Queen's Jubilee 'or 7:SO p. M on TUESDAY, the 29th Inst., st lustlce Taney's courtroom, in the Temple •lock, Los Augeles. C. WHITE MORTIMER, mr26-4t British Vice-Consul. %9QAA CHOICE HOME FOR SALE. *£OUl". Handsome new cottage of five ootns, bate, porches, bsy wimlows, etc.: ooms elegantly decorated; flue lot 60x170, rlth alley In rear; immediate possession Ken; price t2BOO. Apply to R. VERCn, oom so Temple block. mr22-lm CRIMINALITIES Mr. Willard's Death. Lots 50x180 feet in the Lewis tract, in ths heart of Garvanzo, given away with boots and shoes. Photographs of tbe land on ex hi bltion in our store. Come to-day for your shoes and a lot. Lk wis Bros 101 and 103 North Spring street. The Boee Bug exterminator. Elsewhere in the Hkrai.p appears the ad vert sement of a new article c uled 'lnsectl Cide," a preparation msde of w hale oil soap, for eradicating and destroying sc«le bugs, harvest flies, tree hoppers, plant lice, etc. It hss been fully terted by theAsrtcultural Department of tne State University, and pronounced a succe s. Toe article is mauufnetured by the Arctic Oil '"ompat-y, of San Fraucisco. Farmers, orcbardlsts and vineyard Ms should not fall tn have a good supply of this artiole on hand. DeVon Want a Cot for No! hlngV We know you do; so buy your boots and shoes from us and iret an opportunity to se cure one of those beautliul lots ln the Lewis Tmet. Girvanso. Railway, school houses, $30,000 hotel, stores, aud handsome residences surround the property, 4J*i miles from Los Angeles. _ Lewis Bros., 101 and 103 ht. Spriug St. Coal, Coke, Charcoal and Wood, Wholesale and re'ail. Special rates fer car load lots, delivered to nil points. Office—B Court street; t lephone S3. Yard—Corner Alameda and Jackson s'reets: telephone 315. Walter 3. Maxwell, Sole scent for Wellington Coal. •too.cote Given Away In beautiful Garvanzo, four and a bal f miles from the court-house The land of the or ange and vine, sunshine and liowers. Fi-st class lots given away with our boot, and shoes. Come to-day and set sn opportunity to secure one of the beautiful lots in Gar vanzo. Le lis Bros , 101 and 101 North Spring street. mourn* Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of nnrltv and wholesomeness. More econom ical than the ordinary kinds, and cannrt be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, th ■•rt weight, aium or phosphate powders. Sold only ts cans. Royal Basino Powdkr Co.. 106 Wall street, N. Y. mr9-ly THE MILTON ROUTE Tosemite! Is 70 miles the shortest, 21 hours travel the less, and $20 less in fare than any other. WARNER BROS., Ticket Agents, 308 North Main St, Los Angeles. v THOS. T. WALTON, Gen'l Agt., 138 Mont gomerv Ft., B*n Fra"Cisro. m 24 tf Nat 100,000, but 40,000. The number of cubic yards of esrth to b< removed from New High street Is about 10, 000, instead of l' 0000 as previously adver tlsed. About 10,000 cubic yards of whicl Is to be de ivered on the Beaudry Wate Works tract within two months irom dat< of contract, and the bslmce tobedeposi ed by tbe contractor as he may desire th whole work to be completed within fiv. months from date of contract. Bids wil be received at my offlce until April 5,1887 P. BPAUDRY, 201 New High street, up stairs. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, An fta shine-ton Street Just outside of City Limits, Los Angeles. 100 ■ m Fourth* 1 Aye | We offer, ss a free gift, 24 $300 lots to any one who will build a 420,000 hotel; also one PO9 lot to any purchaser of a lot who will build a 11250 house on Arlington Heights. The elevated plateau of ARLINGTON HEIGHTS terminates in a ridge or descent 3f sixty feet iuet south of Adams street, and in a similar ridge north of Pico street; Dn these ridges are located the most magnificent building sites In Los Angeles. No bouses can ever be bnilt high enough in front ol them to obstruct that glorious view falley and ocean: from Catallua Island to San Jacinto peak. Rud down again >ver the broad acres, orchards and vineyards of fair Los Anseles valley lo the blue ■raves of tbe Pacific Ocean beyond the coast of Santa Monica. Whosoever wishes for a Msautlful home sheltered from the noise and bustle of wenty minutes'drive ol thoplszs. should select in ALINGTON HEIGHTS, a lot or b% icres whereon to build his boose. ... ... ~ .. eflA _ oort . . Our map shows a magnificent subdivision of it into 6* acre blocks, MpgM feet, ncludlng streets, each containing 24 lots 50x150 or 200 feet, and each surrounded on all Ides by streets 60,80 or 100 feet wide. Investors who are able to appreciate the lmpor anoe of a well planned subdivision, will foretell a great future to this trsct, with Its niles of wide streets. Intersecting each other at right angles. The elegant lawns and tately mansions of the rich win be found hero within a short time, and purchasers rho take advantage of onr low prices and easy terms will reap a golden harvest of their nvestment in ARLINGTON HICIGHTS. Two hundred lots foi sale: price, tIOO upwards; sixe, 50x160. Also, 5-aore lots at HM per acre, upward. Free ride dally at 10 a. m. and 2r. v. from WIMBNDAHMEft A HONRsLL, Offlce, 25 W. First St., Or J. P MCCARTHY, 28 W. First street, • Or ROBERT TURNER, 111 W. Fust street. ra24 lm LEWIS BROS , SHOE DEALERS. Elegant Lots in Garvanzo GIVEN AWAY WITH BOOTS AND SHOES! A Chance to Get a Fine Lot Absolutely for Nothing. Commencing WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1887, we will give away one lot 50x150 teot in the Lewis Tract, adjoining the prosperous town of GARVANZO, thirty minutes ride from Los Angeles, flack fare to the lots, 20c for the round trip. MANNER OF DISTRIBUTION, With each dollar's worth of gooda one printed and numbered ticket will be given to the purchaser. Tin drawing will take place in our store, at 7:30 P. M., on the last day of April, 1887, under the supervision of a com mittee to be appointed by the ticket holders on the evening of the drawing. THE VALUE OP THE LOTS ARE $200 EACH-ONE LOT GIVEN AWAY EVERY MONTH. Read What is Said of the Land. [Extract from a Letter.] OFFICE OF JONES cV PEYTON, Real Estate and General Commission Agents, Room 1, Up Stairs, 1 75 N. Spring Street, Los Anoelss, Cal. j Los Angeles, March 21,1887. Messrs. Lewis Bros.: Gentlemen—With reference to the 22 39-100 acres in the San Rafael Rancho owned and subdivided by E. LEWIS, we think it to be as good land as any to be had around Garvanzo. There are excellent prospects for water at a vevy short distance down. The land ii very good, only 4or 4)a miles from Los Angeles. It is very prettily situa ted near Garvanzo, where there is a $30,000 hotel, stores, railway, schoolhouses, etc. The air and water in this neighborhood are delightfully pure, and throughout the summer there is a cool breeze. It is surrounded by Los Angeles, Pasadena, Garvanzo—all of which places are growing wi'h wonderful rap'dity. We think there can be no question of its increase in value and we have many inquiries for land in the vicinity. More than 230 acres in lots of 4 acraß and upwards have baeu sold within the la«t ten mouths, some having been sold a second time for nearly three times its first selling price. Faithfully yours, JONES & PEYTON. And Another Endorsement. I can fully endorse all in the above statement, and the half has not been told. JAMES BOOTH, ' Formerly of Rogers, Booth & Co. ' Wednesday Morning, March 23, 1887, We commence to give away tickets with each $1 purchase. LEWIS BROS., One-Price Boot and Shoe House, Nos. 101 and 103 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles. mr22 6m MONDONVILLE! Situated on a Superb Plateau, Between Washington and Adams Streets. m evert rat *r: *r P |ATIOA. M. AKD 2P. M. * 1 00n | 40,000 Vines and Trees of All Kinds. WATER TO BE PIPED IN FRONT OF LOTS. STREETS LINED WITH SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES. Large Lota, Small Prices, Viz: $275 Each; $50 Case and $20 Per Month, Without Interest. Three lots donated for Public Schools and Churches. No Taxes to be pnld until Dccc m ber, 1888. Located in the Southwestern suburb, at the door and ln the growing direction of the city. Is without doubt the BEST AND CHEAPEST tract to-day ln the market. Sold by the owner. mxl-2m C. IvIONDON, Rooms 1 and 4, Old Postofflce Buildini, >'p Stairs. Quick-Meal Gasoline Stoves! THE BEST MADE. Rny One, Try I* Thoroughly and tf Not Absolutely Satisfactory, Bring tt Back and Get Your money I AWWIII remove about April 10th to 15th to over new storerooms 133 and 135 WEBTFIRST STREET, next to the new "Tlmes"buildlng, oorner of Port and First.-*n CRANDALL, CROW & CO., Nob. 30 and 3S Mortis Spring Street, Loe Angelea, California, IaiSOEI.LAWEOI'-. Rattled' Down! WK ARE OFFERING A SPECIAL DRIVE IN A FEW MICE* Or "Gilt-Edge Property" THAT WILL HEAR INVESTIGATION. I 60x165 feet on Spring street for $20,000. This is an extraordin ary bargain, and will certainly double in value soon. Only one-third cash, balance in 12 months. $8500—9-room two-story dwelling on Hill street; located la the best neighborhood in the city; beau tiful yards, nice lawn, and all kinds of rare flowers. This iB emphatically a good bargain: one-half cash, balance fn 12 months. $10,000 will buy 20 acres set to fruit on Vernon avenue; one-third cash, balance to suit purchaser; cannot buy any land adjoining for less than double this price. These three pieces of property are way down in price and will go quick at these figures. If you want to Buy, Rent or Sell your property, come to see us. We also represent several first class insurance companies. BRYAN & KELSEY, 26 W. First Street, Bet. Spring and Main, Los Angeles. miS-lm LEADING ALL COMPETITORS In tne Race for Trade, JOE BAYER & CO., 80 North Main Street, WHOLESALE DEALERS AND JOBBERS is California Wines and Brandies KENTUCKY WHISKIES, IMPORTED I l(| I lilts. Zlnfandel, Riesling, Hock, GUTEDEL, PORT, SHERRY, ANGELICA, Muscat, Tokay, Etc. Also, 8 to 10 year-old|Whlsky for medicinal use. Tennsnt's Ale, Guinness' Porter, Finest French Brsndles, Gin, Blackberry ■Vine, Blackbeiry Brandy, Cider, Cham pagne, etc. CALL ON joe it v v ■ n & co., SB North Main Street. £&~ Lowest Prices and Free Delivery. AGENTS FOB THK CELEBRATED Peruvian Bitters! , JOE BAYER & CO M »B North Ulalw Street. j Incorporated In 1882 S PACIFIC COAST | Detective Agency , And Merchandise Patrol, - tSO N. Slain St., Rooms 8 and 10. 1 General Office 215 Kearny Street, 8. F. , „ * m ~F e n »ve agents in Arizona, Mez'eo, t T. xas, Oregon, Nevsds, Washington Terri tory, and in various parts of California, all under bends for the faithful performance of their duties. All detective business i strictly confidential. P. O. Bex 1580. mil lm Excursions to the Sandwich Islands. BOUND TRIP TICKETS, Los Angeles to Honolulu and return, «18S C. H. WHITE, Ticket Agent 8. P. Co., tot N. Main Street ntm-lm SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE AFFLICTED. M.HILTON WILLIAMS,M.D.. H. C. P. 8. 0., Continues to Treat all tbe Varloua DISEASEI OF THE HEAD, THROAT AND CHEST, INCLUDING THE EYE, EAR AND HEART, By HU New and Complete System of MEDICATED INHALATIONS, Combined With PROPER CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES FOR THS STOMACH, LIVER, BLOOD, ETC. Office, 575 North main Street, (A few doors sonth ol the newPostofQcc) LO3 ANGELES, - • - - CALIFORNIA BRONCHITIS. Acute Bronrhltle. This I« an iofinmatton of the mucus membrane lining the Bronchia' Tubes, aud Is oue of the most c mmon of all ihe pul monary diseases. It Is a dangerous disease, ss It prevents tbe oxygenation of the blood, and in many cases, particularly nfter it p is-es into the ohroulc Bt«ge, the snbs'ance nf the lungs becomes «eriou«ly Involved, giving rise to what Is very prnperl, called Bronchlsl Consumption. In 'he acute form thore is a sense of tightness or pressure across the chest, with considerable wheez ing severe cough snd expec oration. This is at first a white glairy muc's, which after a time becomes purulent. The patient ln some cases is obliged to sit up in bed, the oppression across the chest ii so great, the skin is c ammy and prostration rapidly Bets iv, and in fatal ca«es there will be mutter ing delirium, coma and death. Chronic Bronchitis, Chronic Bronchitis Is also an fnllimma tlon 01 the mucus m'mhrane of bronchial tubes. But t iis lorm more often occurs 1 iter ln life. When a cold settles on the lnugs the disease either endslubronc itis or pneumonia If it ends ln bronchitis, .t usua ly passi s otf ns a cold in the chest, and still the patLnt does not feel eutirelv well. He feels tired and languid, aud Is lncapa bleof taking his usual amount of exercise, aud expert* ncea a ,hortness of breath with more or less warmth lv the palms of Ms bands. Soon after this a cough ppears, ac companied by au exoechTa'ion of thick mucus, followed by a hectic Hush, loss of Ht'B'l and stsengtli, and night sweits con tinue, when the ratlent asstim ■ aU the ap pearance of having a geuulue case o' con sumption. But thla Is si-"p y catarrh of the mugs, or chronic bronchitis. I tlio latter states of the disease the ura cil- membrane of the larger bronchial tubes -o'tens. while the smaller tubes aud air cells of Ihe tuitn the mucus me ultra c >>e c mes cougested and Inflamed There are vi c vliicH or tubeicles in tne in ins, but me.ely a wasting away of the larger bron ch'Rl tubes, and death take -pi oe rom ob struction of tbe bronchial tubes aud air cells of the lungs. The patient dies from oxhaus len and and suffocation, being una ble to expectorate the mucus which accum ulates in tho passage leading to t ie lungs, which tn some ca.es Is siicky aud small ln quantity, but more comm nly copious, of a igl.t straw or yellowish green. Olteutimes Blreaksof blood make their appearance lv the mucus, and at t'niea there la adl-agreo abio smell. Persons thus afflicted are very liable lo take cold, at which time the mucus becomes learuml frothy aud is ot uncom monly the cane that the patient dies in one of th- se attack-. Humid bronchitis (from hsms'e, to be moist) is so cal.ed from the profuse quanti ty of watery secretions which comes from the air passages of the lungs. At times it becomes quite ropy, line the white of an egg. ThU form ol disease usually attaoks old people. Dry bronchitis. This disease, the very opposite of the above, Is a very common affection. Very many people who regard themselves as quite healthy are to day un der Its Influence, and are slowly but surely becoming the victims of thi, t-eacherous oomplaint. This Is tbe moat insidious of sll pulmonary diseases. There may st first be a slight backing cough, and an expectora tion of a hlu sh white mucus An I herein lies the dancer. This mucus Inhabiting the air cells of the lnugs, being difficult to raise, after It becomes solidified, perma nently obstructing portions of the lungs, causing shortness ol breath, and a fee ing of oppression on the chest, particularly af ter meals or a slight exertloo. After a time the cough beoomes more severe and comes on ln paroxysms, snd as the shortness of breath lucres es, it almost assumes the character of a.tbma. The mucus mem brane also becomes more and mure thick ened, which arises from the freq lent fresh co d, and the patlsntat last beoomes fully aware of the terrible changes that have ta ken plac■>, and the inevitable results that are sure to follow. Inhilatioo is tbe only system which will cure these diseases and yet the treatment of the two forms are entirely different. In the one we must atlay tbe irritation, while In the other we must stimulate a uea'tuy action. ... This will convince us of the necessity of fully underftandlng the system of medicat ed inhalations In the treatment of tbe vari ous diseases of the pulmonary organs, for when properly applied th re la no system of medicine, to be oompared to it. Persous desiring treatment by this system of praclce van nse the remedy at home as well as at our offlce, and which will cause no lno nveulence or hindrance to business whatever. I have seen so many of these cases cured that I do not consliter any case hopeless un less tbe disease had advanced to the chest and that both lungs are ser otisly Involved. Even then the Inhalations aid us ln dissolv ing tbe mucus and In contrsctlug and heal ing the cavities, which nothing else can do with the same success. The very best references from those al ready cured. CONSULTATION FBEE. Those who de. Ire to consult with me in regard to their oases had better o ill at the offlce for consultation and examination, but. If impossible to do so, csn write for a copy of my medlosl treatl«e, containing a list ol questions. Address M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D., Ctl Newcastle Fruit Land, PLACER COUNTY. TJARTIES DESIRING TO PUBCHABE X trult land in Plaoer county, ln tbe beighborhood of Newcastle, will do well to correspond With the undersigned, ss he has a arge number of improved and unim- ri roved farms, from sto 500 acres, ranging n price from 110 per acre nn. ROBERT JONES, mrls-tf Newcastle, Oal.