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DAJLYjaERAjLD.
War Department Signal Service
United States Army.
Division of Telegrams aud Reports for the ,
Mnslfltof Commerce and Agriculture. Re- .
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. Minimum Therm meter, 48.0.
News Notes.
Tbe Board of Supervisors meeta to- i
morrow morning. ,
Sievert Rohwer, a citizen of Germany, (
waa yeaterday admitted to citizenship by ,
Judge Cheney. 1
Construction trains now run from San j
; Bernardino to Pomona on the new A., (
V.fc&F. R.R. |
The email pox patients acknowledge
• the receipt of fruits, flowers and deli
cacies from Mrs. M. S. Baker. Gar
charitable people shonld remember these ,
atnioted people.
Mr. Deble speaks in the highest terms
ot the kind treatment he has received at
the hands of Johnny Griffin at the race
track and Secretary DeCamp, ef the
Agricultural Society.
Alexander Weil commenced emit in
the Circuit Court yeaterday against Leo
pold Lopes to recover a piece of land in
Santa Barbara county of the value of
$2000 and 1500 damages.
Bdward Thompson, one of the Vice-
Presidents of tbe University, waa acci
dentally shot and quite seriously injured
by bis brother, while out hunting yes
terday in the Vernon distriot.
A dispatch received yesterday by the
Krprctt from Washington, D. C, states
that a pension has been granted to Mrs
Eleanor C. Ransom, of Los Angeles,
who was a hospital nurse and sanitary
_ agent during the war.
An amended complaint has been filed
in the Circuit Court in the case of David
Cahn vs. Jose M. Rochim to eject de
fendant from land in Santa Birbars
oounty valued at $400.0 and to recover
$1000 damages and rent.
A banking, loan and commission firm
will occupy the rooms on Nor.h Main
atreet, opposite the Court House, form
eriy occup ed by the ios Angeles Na
tional Bank. It is composed of well
known citizens of wealth aud enterprise.
J. W. Gardner, the well known organ
dealer of this oity, has changed his base
and purohaaed the Layman Hotel prop
erty ia Santa Ana for $50,000. Mr.
Gardner will try his hand at supplying
the stomach as well as the ears of tbe
public with good things.
A man with symptoms of smallpox got
oa the south-bound train yesterlay at
Tehacbepi, in a car in which were sev
eral Chinamen. The car was stopped,
the man removed and tbe Chinamen vac
cinated by Doctor H. 8. Orme, President
of the State Board of Health, who was
On the train.
The Hbralb acknowledges the re.
ceipt of an invitation to attend the grand
opening ball of that splendid hotel, "The
Adroadia," at Santa Monica, on Wednes
day evening, March 30th. This is consid
ered one of tbe htndsomest houses of
entertainment in Southern California,
and the ball will be a magnfiieot affair.
A few days ago a soldier's discharge
was picked up, and is in tho possession
of Officer Lemon. It belonged to John
O'Donnell, who enlisted in 1878 and was
discharged in 1833. O'Donnell is de
scribed as being 43 years of age, 6 feet
2J inches tall, of a ruddy complexion,
grey eyes and auburn h iir. His latest
enlistment was at Fort Grant, Msy 1,
1884, in Company F, First Infantry.
Anyone knowing where O'Donnell is to
be found will perhtps confer a favor on
him by forwarding bis address to tht
police office in this city.
Personal Mention.
Professor C. V. Kiley, the government
entomologist, is in the city.
Ex Senator Ferry, of Michigan, went
to Pasadena to spend Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Glassel will
leave for New Orleans to-morrow.
J, M. Tiernan, of San Gabriel and
Kamona, was in the cily yesterday.
C. L. Mixer, Superintendent of the
Cal fornia Division of the A. A P. R. R.,
ia in the city.
Count Yon Sohmidt was at the Long
Beach Hotel yesterday looking for rooms
for the summer season.
J. A. Filmore, General Superintend
ent of the Southern Pacific Company,
arrived in the city yesterday.
There was not a case of smallpox
reported yesterday. This disease is
becoming a thing ot the past.
H. C. Hubbard, of San Fernando, ac
companied hy his sister-in-law, Miss
Josie Maclay, waa in the oity yesterday.
Rev; W: A. Knlghten will deliver the
sermon before the Cccur de Lion Com
mandery at tbe Asylum of the order on
Matter Day.
Among the distinguished visitors in
Loa Angeles at present is Prof. Wm. O.
Brewster, the famous pianist, organist
and composer, of Buff.do, N. V. Mr.
Brewster is so delighted with Los Ange
les' that he is going to return home and
cell out bis worldly effects and remove
to Loa Angeles to reside.
THE NEW TAX-COLLECTOR.
at Will ke a Democrat Who Won't
Hun Off.
There ere many conjeotnree aa to
who will be the aucceiaor of Xl Ham*
mood, in the Tax-Collector's office. Tne
Supervisors hare the appointing power,
and aa that Board U Democratic there
fe a certainty that the new man will he
a Democrat. He will give a good bond,
and he will not rnn off, either. C. 8.
Paroels, ex-City Tax Collector, and W.
B. Cullec, late candidate against Ham
mond, are spoken of. Both are good
men, who have had much experience,
it ia aot known whether either of the
gentlemen seek or will accept the posi
tion, bat it it a certain proposition that
the interests of the county will be safe
with either. Culleu'a friends have tele
graphed bim, asking if he will accept,
aod assuring immediate bond if the
Hoard selects him. Mr. Parcel's bond
will be as readily forthcoming. It ia
noticeable that the Republicans breath
a ajgb of relief when the names of these
gentlemen are mentioned, and they
seem to think that with Parcels or Cof
lea ia tha Tax Collector's office they
can pay tbeir taxes and go to bed feeling
that the amount paid will be spent for
the benefit of*the county, and aot
oa riotoot jewelry.
LOS ANGELES DAILT HEKALP. MARCH' 27 1887.
[?lISI'FI,I,AI>KOIW.
WHY
IT IS rOSSIBLK FOR US TO
GIVE AWAY
ELEGANT PRESENTS
WITH
ALL BOOTS AND SHOES.
Many a Jealous and envy-smitten com
pe Dor has ridiculed our establishment be
csuse we, by the use of
EntrgT and Enterprise
(qualities unknown to them),.have brourht
from the d' taut East many useful articles
to gladden the eyes aud delight the hearts
of our patron*.
The green cred rivals view our success
with dismay, end pl-lntlvely tell their few
and far-between customers that we raise
the prices of our Boots and Shoes in order
to m«ke both ends mee'. snd that they are
too virtuous to do auvthlng of the kind.
The real facts are, It is because we use '
Coin, Courage and Enterprise
That we can benefit cur patrons so hand
somely. We are selling better Boots and
SI oes FOR LESS MONEY than any house
ln town, aud
(living Assay Elegant Presents.
gmT" <Ye defy any Snoc merchant—or ex
cuse for one-to produce sn equal to our
wr.7ftUndies' Fre eh Kid Button Shoe,aud
throw lv a present worth a dollar.
Handsome PRESENTS w'th all Purchases.
Handsome FRESENIS with all Purchases
Handsome PKEStNTS with all Purchases.
OLIVER K.
He Will Not Mace With Barry
Wilkes at San Francisco.
Tho fiual trial of "Oliver X."a speed
was to have taken place yesterday morn
ing at the Agricultural Park, but tbat
famous animal bad ii jured his foreleg in
some intnner. This was a great disap
pointment to many who had assembled
at the track, but it was nut to be avoid
ed, as W. J. Oliver, veterinary surgeoD,
had examined the iujured leg and had
recommended that he sbould do no fa»t
work for two weeks. This prevents the
start for San Francisco, whioh was to
have been m d-i to day, as Mr. Doble
will not trot him in the race with Harry
Wilkes at the north, wbich was to have
taken place on April 2id Mr. Djble
says that ou Friday Olivei X was driven
aud showed no s'gns of lameness. He
must have injured himseli in h s stall.
Of course thi owner of o!iv-r X will
forfeit the money put up, but D iblr siys
that as soon as tbe horse is iv condition
to go eg,in he will make another m*tcli
with Wilkes. Much disappointment is
manifested here, as many persons in
tended going to the Bay District track
to see the gr, at race.
—~
Amusements.
The Pyke Opera Company closed their
season at tbe Grand last night witb
Boccaccio, having given The Oath of
Love at the matinee. Tte housts were
tilled on both occasions, and the appro
bation of the habituet of the Los Angeles
Thespian Temple was unstinted.
From here the troupe goes to-day to
San Bernardino, where they play to.
morrow. Thence Ihey go to Sau Diego
and other points in the sou hern circuit.
San Luis Obispo will be reached the fol
lowing week. .
At the Grand there will be a respite of
a week, aud next Monday The C-rle
tons will re open. I ' addition to Fra
Diavolo, The Drum Major s Dau Mer,
dudTAe Mikaio will be proouced withall
the accessories in the way of setting a id
costuming, prepared specially for this
opera in Sau Francisco. Mr. Wbiting
AUpn is in the city making preparations
for the re-appearance of his oompany.
Mr. Sam Thall goes out on the South
ern circuit to day to prepare for the
Grismer Davies Dramatic C>mpany.
Coal, Coke, Charcoal and Wood
Wholesale and retail. Special rates for car
load lots, delivered to all points. Office—B
Court street: t lephone 33. Yard—Corner
Alameda aud Jackson streets; telephone 315.
Walters. Maxwell,
Sole agent for Wellington Coal.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
nuritv and wholesomeness. More econom
ies! thau th" ordinary kinds, and cannot be
sold in competition with tne multitude of
low test, sh >rt weight, amm or phosphate
powders. Solo only in cans. Royal
Basem Powdek Co.. 106 Wall street, N. Y.
mr9-ly
4MOAA CHOICK HOME FOR SALE.
H iudsome new cottage of Aye
rooms, hath, porches, hay windows, etc.:
rooms elegantly dec rated: fine lot 50x170,
with si ey in rear; immediate p -ssesstou
given; price S2BOO Apply to R. VEKCH
Room 80 Temple ulock. mr22-lm
GRAND OPERA HOUSE!
H. C. WYATT, - Manager.
ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY!
RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF THE
CARLETON OPERA COMPI
ONE WEEK, BEGINNING
MONDAY, APRIL 4,
When tbe following Repertoire will be presented: '
Erminie, Nanon, Mikado, Fra Diavalo, and The Drum
Major's Daughter.
m!7-lt
I WISH TO SELL THE
1 W. SMNKLIN MM,
CONSISTING OF
4857 & ACRES,
Near Anaheim, and on the Line of the
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad.
4TJJ-TBIS 18 A 8 FINE A RANCH AS THERE 18 IN THE COUNTY. IT IS NOW
producing fine Raisins, Oranges,*Walauts, Applet, Cherries, Pears, Apricots, and a
variety of small traits. Alfalfa, Grain, Beans, etc.
XaV*The improvements are new and substantial—house and barns, granery, etc, A
large grove of fine trees is on the ranch,
tmm Indications ot OIL have been found, and three wells on adjoining property are
now producing oil. The soil is flne and rich, and
AMPLE WATER FOR IRRIGATION IS PIPED ON THE LAND.
And the ownership ln the water I hares goes with the property.
gmT~A SHARE IN THE CROPS FOR THIS YEAR GOES WITH THE PLACE, AND
will pay 0 per cent, on the price I ask.
gkXT-l will sell this ranch in one piece or ln a few large paroels. TITLE 18 PEB>
PECT. The price is low, ss I got it a, a bargain, and Ihe purchaser can
CLEAR $90,000 IN ONE YEAR OVER MY PRICE!
Or a much greater sum by subdividing it into small holdings.
tpnr*\ will take Intending purchasers to the rsnch at any time, and desire to sell it a
once. For terms and prices call at my offlce.
EDWARD RECORDS,
IO COURT HT., Hsotsi 11 sal It (P. O. Box 14AO), LOB ANOELES.
nXI-n THIS IS THE FINIST BARGAIN IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY.
■Ht'ELLAHEOI
Rattled Down!
WK ARE OFFERING A SPECIAL DRIVE
in a raw pieces or
"Gilt-Edge Property"
'THAT
WILL BEAR INVESTIGATION.
60x105 feet on Ppring 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—!i-room two-story dwelling on
Hill street; located in the best
neighborhood in the city; beau
tiful yards, nice lawn, and all
kinds of rare flowers. Thiß is
emphatically a good bargain;
one-half cash, balance in 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.
HEADQUARTERS
Boot and Shoe House,
BQ9 HT. Main St., Isowney morn.
GEO.W. MEADE & CO
876, 878 &. SBO tapper Jlalll St.,
L,oe Angelct, Cal.
WHOLESALE
Commission Merchants
AND DEALERS IN
CALIFORNIA RAISINS,
DRIED FRUITS, NUTS,
HONEY, ORANGES,
AND ...
Produce Generally.
HAVING TAKEN THE SPLENDID STORE
lately oc upted by Porter Brns., we
shall soon be in full running order, and in
vite corn epotidence or consignments,
wbich will hay j our prompt and careful at
teution.
"We Have Come to Stay."
P. O. Box I6IT. Telephone 600
GEO. W. MEADE & CO.
M. LACY, Manager.
San Francisco Hou«e, "Meade Build lug,'
16 and 18 Orumm St.
m' 27 3mos sund only
Queen's Jubilee
PURSUANT TO REQ"FBT, I HEREBY
call a meeting of British residents and
B'itish bom American citizens to consider
the proper celebration of
The Queen's Jubilee
For 7:SO r. H on TUESDAY, the 29th Inst., at
Justice Taney's courtroom, in the Temple
block, Los Angeles.
C. WHITE MORTIMER,
mrti-lt H jtlell Viee-rnr.tul
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 & RELSEY,
26 W. First Street,
Bet. Spring and Main, Los Angeles.
m*3-1m
LEADING ALL COMPETITORS
In tne Race for Trade,
JOE BAYER & CO.,
89 North Main Street,
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND JOBBERS
lit
California Wines and Brandies
KENTUCKY WHISKIES,
IHFOB TED LIQIJORS.
Zlnfaude], mealing, Hock,
GUTEDEL, FORT, SHERRY, ANGELICA,
Muscat, Tokay, Etc.
Also, 3 to 10 year-old|Whlsky for medicinal
nse. Tcnnant's Ale, Guinness' Porter,
Finest French Brandies, Gin, Blackberry
Wine, Blackberry Brandy, Cider, Cham
pagne, etc.
CALL ON
I O E II A V j: II Ac CO.,
Sf) North main Street.
BrnT" Lowest Pr'ces and Free Delivery.
AGENTS FOB THE CELEBRATED
Peruvian Bitters!
JOE BAYER & CO.,
»» Nwr«.n IWatn Street.
Incorporated In iggj
PACIFIC COAST
Detective Agency
And Merchandise Patrol,
SBO N. main St,, Booms B and 10.
General Offlce 215 Kearny Street, S. F.
_ t*9 We hare agents ln Arizona, Hex'oo,
Texas, Oregon, Nevada, Washlnston Terri
tory, and In varlons parts of California, all
under bends for the falthfnl performance
of their duties. AU detective business
strictly confidential. F. O. Box 1680. mU lm 1
I,E WIS Hit OA , SHOE UUtLERN.
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 a«ay one lot 50x150 teet in the Lewis Tract, adjoining the prosperous
town of GARVANZO, thirty minutes ride from Los Angeles. Hack fare to
the lots, 200 for the round trip.
MANNER OF DISTRIBUTION,
With each dollar's worth of good* one printed and numbered ticket
will be given to the purchaser. TII9 drawing will take place in our store, at
7:30 P. M., on the last day of April, 18S7, under the supervision of a com
mittee to be appointed by the ticket holders on the evening of the drawing.
THE VALUE OF THE LOTS ARE $200 EAC*H—ONE LOT GIVEN
AWAY EVERY MONTH.
Read "What is Said of the Land.
[Extract from a Letter.]
OFFICE OF JONES & PEYTON, ,
Real Estatb and General Commission Agents, Room 1, Up Stairs,
75 N. Spring Street, Los Angelus, Cal. j
Los Anoei.es, March 21, 1887. I
ifessrt. Lewis Bros.:
Gentlemen—With reference to the 22 39-109 acres in the San Rafael
Rancho owned and subdivided by K. LEWIS, we think it to be as good
land as any to bo had around Garvanzo. There are excellent prospects for
water at a very short distance down. The land ii very good, only 4or 4}4
miles from Los Angeles. It is very prettily situa ted near Garvanzo, wliere
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 with wonderful rapidity. 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 acras
and upwards have been sold within the la«t ten months, 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.
mr2t 6"1
MONDONVILLE!
Situated on a Superb Plateau, Between Washington and Adams Streets.
EVERY BAT v y\ " F
| AT 10 A. M. AND 2 P. M. > 2b^
cS ' - -- - -
40 000 Vines and Trees of All Kinds.
WATER TO BE PIPED LN FRONT OF LOTS,
STREETS LINED WITH SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREEB.
Large Lots, Small Prlcea, Viz:
$275 Each; $50 Cash and $20 Per Month, Without Interest.
Three lots donated for Public SchoolsandChurches. No Taxes to he pild until Dacem
ber 18W Located ln the Southwestern suburb, at the door and iv the growing direction
Is without doubt the BEST AND CHEAPEST tract to-day ln the market. Sold by the owner,
mrl-lm «'. ItlONDO!** Kooms 1 and 4, Old Postoffloe Rulldlng, rp Stairs.
Quick-Meal Gasoline Stoves!
THE BEST MADE.
Bay One, Try It Thoronfrhly and If Not Absolutely Satisfactory,
llrl iir it Back and Get Your money !
remove about April 10th to 15th to over new storerooms 183 and 138
WESrFIRST STREET, next to the new "Times" building, corner of Fort and First. *WM
e»o h w7o%»
CRANDALL, CROW & CO,
Nob 30 and 3S Worth Sprlna Street, row Anseles, California.
• ml -lm
Excursions to the Sandwich Islands.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS,
Los Angeles to Honolulu and return, 5125
C. as. WHITE,
Tloxet Agent 8. P. Oa. tO» N. Main Street.
, mrl7 lm
SPECIAL NOTICE
TO THE AFFLICTED.
M.HILTON WILLIAMS,M.D..
M. C. P. 8. O ,
Continues to Treat all the Vartoui
DISEASE* OF THE HEAD, THROAT
AND CHEST,
INCU'DINO THE EYE, EAK AND HEART,
By His New and Complete System ef
MEDICATED INHALATIONS,
Combined With
PROPER CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES
FOB THI
STOMACH, LIVER, BLOOD, ETC.
Office, £75 North Mnlu Street*
(A lew doors south of the new Postofflce)
LOS ANGELES, ... - CALIFORNIA
BRONCHITIS.
Acute Bronrlsltle.
This ii an lnfinmatlon of the mucus
membrane lining the Bronchia' Tubes, aud
is oue of the most c mmou of all ihe pul
monary diseases. It is a dangerous disease,
as It prevents the oxygenation of tbe blood,
and In many cases, particularly after it
P >»'<•» Into the chronic stage, the subs'ance
of tbe lungs becomes seriously Involved,
giving rise to what is very properl, called
Krouchial Consumption. In 'he acute form
th» re is a sense of tightness or pressure
across tho cbest. with considerable whees
ing severe cough snd eiptc oraiiou. This
is at first a white glairy muc 'a, which after
a time becomes purulent. The patiert ln
some esses is obliged to sit up in bed, the
oppression across the cbest is so great, tbe
skin l" c ammy and pros'ration rapidly sets
in, and In fatal cases there will be mutter
ing delirium, coma and death.
Chronic Bronchitis.
Chronic Br'nchltis Is also an inilainma
tinn ot the mucus mrmbrane of brouchial
tubes But t its torm more often occurs
liter Inllfe, When a cold settles on tbe
lungs the disease either ends lv bronc itis
or pneumonia If it ends In bronchitis, .t
tl- in ly passt s oil'e s a cold lv tbe chest, and
still the patient does not feel entirely well.
He ieels tired aud languid, aud is incapa
ble of taking Ills usual amount of exercise,
aud expert-uces a shortness of breaihwith
more or lc*s wirmth lv tbe palms of bis
hands. Soon after this a cough ppears, ac
cotnpinied by an egptolofstlon of tbick
mucus, followed by a hectic flush, loss of
ttesti aud Itaenitn, and n'glit swe its con
tinue, when the i atient asstiin s all the ap
pc irsuee of having a geutilue case o' con
sumption. But this Is si up y catarrh of the
i lings, or chronic bronchitis.
I the latter stages of the disease the mu
cus membrane of the larger bronchial tubes
-o'teus. while the smaller tubes and air
cells of the lungs the mucus membra ie be
e mes congested aud taltmtd There are
vie titles or tubeicles ln too lungs, but
me,e'.y a wasting away of the larger bron
chial tubes, aud dentil take 1 - pi-ice 'rom ob
struc'ion of the bronchial tubes and air
cells of the lungs. Tho patient dies from
exhiius'inn and nnd suffocation, being una
ble to expectorate the mucus which accum
ulates iv the passage leading to tne lungs,
which iv s ime ca*es Is s.icky and small in
quantity, but more enmm lily copious, of a
lght straw or yellowish green. O'teutimes
streaks of. blond matte their appearance In
the mucus, and at times tuere is a disagree
able smell. Persons thus alllicted are very
liable to take cold,at which time tbe mucus
beoomes lear and frothy aud Is ot uncom
mon'y the c tso that the patient dies iv one
of th se attack-.
Humid bronchitis (from liume-e, to be
motst) is so e,lml from the profuse quanti
ty of watery secretions which comes from
the air passages of the lungs. At times It
becomes quite ropy, Hire the white of an
egg. This form of disease usually attacks
old neonle
Dry bronchitis. This disease, tbe very
opposite of the above, Is a very common
affection. Very many people who regard
themselves as quite healthy aro to day un
der Its ialliieuce. and are slowly but surely
becoming tbe victims of this t-eacherous
complaint. This Is ibe most Insidious of all
oulmouary diseases. There may at first be
a slight hacking cnugh, and an expecta
tion of a hlu'sh white miicm An l herein
lies the danger. This mucus Inhibiting tho
air cells of tbe lnugs, being difficult to
taise, after It becomes solidified, perma
nently obstructing portions of tbe lungs,
causing shortness ol breath, snd a feeling
of oppression on the chest, particularly af
ter meals or a slight exertion. After a time
the cough hecoines more severe aud comes
on in paroxysms, sud as the shortness of
breath lucres es, it almost assumes the
character of asthma. The mucus mem
brane also becomes more and more thick
ened, which arises from tho frequent fresh
cod, and the patient at list becomes fully
aware of the terrible changes that have ta
ken plin- •, and the inevitable results tbat
are sure to follow.
Inhilatlou Is the only system which will
cure these diseases and yet the treatment
of the two forms are entirely different. In
the one wemustailay the irritation, while
tv the other we must stimulate a uealthy
action.
This will convince us of the necessity of
fully underftandiug the system of medicat
ed inhalations in the treatraeut of the vari
ous dlsesses of the pulmonary orgsns, for
when properly applied th re is no system
of medicine to be compared to It.
Persons desiring treatment by this system
of praclcecan use the remedy at home as
well as nt our offlce, and which will cause
n > inconvenience or hindrance to business
whatever.
I have seen so many of these cases cured
that I do not consider any case hopeless un
less the disease had advanced to theobest
and tbat both lungs are ser ously involved.
Even then tho inhalations aid us ln dissolv
ing the mucus aud In contracting and heal
ing the cavities, which nothing else can do
with the same success.
The very best reference* from those al
ready cured.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Tbose who desire to consult with me in
retard to their cases bsd better c 11 at the
offlce for consultation and examination
but, it impossible to do so, csn write for a
copy of my medical treatt c, cc ntaiulnir a
list of questions. Address
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D.,
S7sN.Natn St. Los Angeles, Cal. Offloe
hours from 8:80 a.m. to |p, m.
Newcastle Fruit Land,
PLACER COUNTY.
PARTIES DESIRING TO PURCHASE
fruit land tn Placer county, ln the
neighborhood of Newcastle, will do well to
correspond with the undersigned, as he has
a arge number of Improved snd unim
proved farms, from 5 to 500 seres, rsngmg
In price from 110 per acre up.
ROBERT JONES,
mrls-tf Newcastle, Cal.

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