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DAILY HERALD.
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Halted States Arsay
Division ol Telee rams and Reports for the f
Statist of Commerce and Agriculture Re i
iortof observations Uken at Los Angeles,
SI. ASJU A, 1887:
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Maximum Thermometer, 73.0. ,
News Notes.
'• A Urge number of olive trees will be (
fisnted in Sen Fernando during the i
com ing week.
A beautiful publio school building is
to be erected on Orange avenue, to ao
, commodate the people both of Monrovia
and Arcadia.
Tbere is at present under contract in
Pasadena tbirty bouses, costing from
' |7,000 to $20,000 each, beside a large
aaaaber of small structures.
': The Hbbald acknowledges the receipt
of au invitation to a full ureas prome
nade eeaeert and bop given by the Den
• isoa Company at Turnverein Hall,
Thursday, April 14-
Th* following applicants were exam
ined yesterday for admission to practice
ia the Supreme Court: Theodore Sav
age, Antonio Orbla, R. A. Reese, F. S.
Leoey, James B. Duulap. W. S. Van
Dyke, T. B. Daley and F. F. O.ter.
Aa immense nursery, mainly of orns.
msntal trees and shrubs, ie to be estab
lished at Indian Flat, on the west bank
ol the Arroyo Seoo, on what used to be
known as the Dreyfus tract, in the San
. Rafael rancho. A company, with a oap
ital of $50,000, hss been organized to
purchase land and carry on the work.
Three carloads of excursionists went,
yesterday, to the new oity of Azusa to
. spy ont the land and see the lots which
they had recently purchased in tbe new
«ity that is to be. Another excursion is
. to start to-day at 10 A. M. for that fa
vored spot, which is tbe new terminus
of the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Vul
'ley railway.
- ' Three oases of smallpox were reported
yesterday. Two were found in a bouse
near Fort on Fourth. These had been
concealed and three cases were there
originally but one of the children had
recovered. The otber two were removed
to the pest house. The other case oc
curred in a family which was already in
quarantine.
The Los Angeles Pomologic il Society
will meet at Monrovia to-morrow. Vis
itors can reach tbat place in forty min
utes from the Downey avenne depot of
the L. A. 65.0. R. R. The exercises
will be held in the town bull and will be
very interesting. A foil attendance is
desired. The Monrovians will make
the visitors eminently comfortable.
Ths Tom Moore Irish Literary Society
held tbeir first meeting in the law office
of M. Wheeling, and the election of of-
Boers was deferred until the next meet
ing, Fridry evening, April 15 h. It was
decided, however, to commemorate
Moore's birthday, on the 28th of May,
by a public literary and musical enter
tainment, and a committee was appoint
ed to secure ball, music, eto. All inter
ested in the movement are requested to
attend the next meeting.
Personal Mention.
E. Desk in, of San Diego, ia at the St.
/Blate.
A. Sanders, of Tulare county, is visit
ing ths oity.
E Qiiarre, Paris, France, ia registered
at the St. Elmo.
M. Wing ft Sons, of Glens Falls, N.
V., are at the St. Elmo.
Miss K. V. Knightly, of Sitka,
Alaska, is at the St. Elmo.
Capt. C. E. French, of Santa Ana, is
ia tbe oity on railroad business.
T. P. Lukens, of Pasadena, was in the
oity yesterday on important real estate
business.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Bisaell and Miss
Florence Bissell, of Cleveland, 0., are
at the Nadeau.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Delabarre and
Miss L. M. Delabarre, of Massachusetts,
are visiting L ts Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Wood, E. F.
Hotdea, Mrs. C. T. Longstreet and Mrs.
B. D. Denison, of Syracuse, N. V., are
at the Nadeau.
, Dr. P. Chub, of Orange, is at the St.
Elmo. He will probably be heard from
at the meeting of the County Pomolog
ioal Society.
Mr. Albert Brigden, of the Sierra
Madre Vintage Compiny, was in the
oity yesterday. He reports his beautiful
locality, Lamando Park, like all tbe
other towns in the San Gabriel foothills,
on a general boom, while generall dull
ness has removed to the Northern Citrus
Belt, with no return ticket.
Queen's Jubilee.
A largely attended meeting of tbe
General Committee appointed to arrange
for a celebration of tbe Queen's Jubilee
was held last night at tbe offioe of the
British Viee-Consul. The following gen
tlemen were added to the committee:
W: Todhnnter, John S. Stower, Robert
Reaahaw, H. J. Stewart, C. J. Fox, H.
L! Macneil, Drs. H. Worthingtou, H.
Nadeau, R. S. Den, C F. Oillingham, L.
W„ Wells, F. P. Howard, Gen. D. Re
mioh, of Los Aageles; Presidents and
Secretaries of St. George's Society, Brit
ish Benevolent Society, Caledonian So
ciety, and Ancient 0 der of Hibernians;
Captain E. P. Tomkinson, Sierra
Madre; Reverend A. G. L. Trew,
Saa Gabriel; James Boyd, Riverside;
Or. J. G. Bailey, Santa Ana; Mr. Pat
riok Robinson, Santa Monica; and Mr,
Campbell Johnson, E >gle Rock.
The committee decided that tbe cele
bration should take the form of a ball,
and the members of tbe committee
•resent agreed to guarantee all expenses.
It was also decided to arrange for a per
saanent memorial, to whicb all eubacrip
♦leas should be entirely devoted, and to
Brut subscription cards, to be prefaced
Kith the names of the committee ami
the amounts of their seveial subscrip
tieas.
Sab-committees were appointed to re
port in regard to the ball, and the com
. tnlttee then adjourned to meet at the 1
same place on Thursday, the 14th inst,
svt7;3pr-«-
Board at Supervisors.
Tobsdav, April 5.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Supervisors V enable and Ross report,
•d favorably on tbe bridge at the ex
tension of Fith street, Santa Ana, sad
*aid bridge was accepted from too oon-1
tractors.
Adjourned uutil April 6th, at 10
Jr. m.
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. APRIL 6, 1887.
Better Accommodation..
More Pullman unlace oars are now arriv
ing vfa the Santa Fe route, whleb are to
be used between Los Angeles and Kansas
Oity to accommodate the increased travel
east bound. This company is alao running
daily emigrant tourist oars dlreot from Lot
Angeles to Kansas City.
Siatlock, Newton A Matlock,
Auctioneers, ltl West First Street, will run
au excursion toS.iu Bernardldo, April 13th,
and sell 140 lots In the sbove named city,
at auotion- See bills for particulars.
Theater Trains
To and from Los Augeles from Santa Monica
on Thursday evenings.
Unnecessary Misery.
Probably as much misery comes from
habitual ron-tipitlon as from an/ derange
ment of the functions of the body, aud it Is
difficult to cure, for the reason that no one
likes to take the medicines usually pre
scribed. Hamburg Figs were prepared to
obviate this difficulty, a d they will he
found plensaut to the taste of women and
Ohlldrsn—2s cents; at all drusgl-ts. J.J.
Mack & Co., proprle ors, 8m Francisco.
Mental Sleeting;.
The regular quarterly meeting of tbe
Southern California Odontologioal So
ciety was held yesterday at 237 South
Spring street, in the offioe of Drs. Urmy
& Townseod.
An essay on crown and bridge work
was read by Dr. Townsend. The clin
ics in the afternoon were unusually in
teresting. Dr. Townsend placed a por
celain crown on a root, demonstrating
the method from beginning to end.
Dr. Shoemaker, of Pasadena, gave a
clinic, restoring the contour of a central
incision with gold by the aid of the ebc
trie mallet. Dr. Shoemaker, until his
removal to this State, was connected
with the dental college of Philadelphia,
holding the position of clinical instruct
or. He is an exceedingly graceful oper
ator, and his ilinio before this socie'y
fully sustained tbe reputation that he
achieved in tbe East, which was that of
being oue of tbe finest operators in the
profession.
Dr. (1. Roscoe Thomas, a dentist of
Pasadena, gave his experienoe in re
plantation end transplantation of tseth.
Tbe Doctor baa had a very extensive ex
perience iv this branch of iractice, ond
is quoted as authority on this subject by
tbe leading textbooks on dental surgery.
Dr. Masser read an essay on bacteri
ology.
The meeting was well attended and
was by far tbe most successful meeting
held by the society.
We Don't Sell Real Estate.
We actually give them away. An t qual
chance for ail to get a home for nothing,
if you only buy your boots and shoes from
j us. Lewis Bros ,
101 and US N. Spring street.
People's Store.
To-day we sell dress ginghams at S 1 ,c a
yard, with a limit of sixteen yards, ihe
gods haye been on exhibition in our show
window for the past two days, and speak
their worth. ...
We will .ell a line of combination pattern
suits at *6.00 a piece. This is Just fifty cents
on the dol'ar of what they are worth.
Another lin- of combination
dered suits, dress goods, woolen fabrlco,
something entirely new and novel, at 19.00
• piece. If yon want something new and
neat, and worth from lis 'o «40, boy these.
We will sell a line of French checks and
plaids, ''Fabrlque de Paris," 4D inches wide
at 50c a yard. These are the latest novelties
In dress goods, and worth 90c a yard. We
will sell a blenched muslin At H'.-.c a ysrd
that Is superior to what you pay 10c a yard
f °f>I—i bleached pillow case muslin at
We place on >ale to-day a line of all linen
towels at II 50 a dozen that are worth 12.60.
Sold by the dozen only.
Swiss embroidery, in white and tan, four
Inches deep, 'o-day at 10c.
Ladles' fancy striped bose at 12}jc a pair,
worth 20c; entirely new designs.
Ladies' four futton French kid gloves, in
street shades, only 50c a pair These gloves
are a decid»d bargain; the* are worth at the
vory least tl. '6: are a good, durable aud ser
viceable glove. We have tried them over
our counters,and find them to give splendid
"ladies' Curacoa and Pebble Goat bufon
shoes at |LM a pair. This shoe Is without
doobt tbe cheapest and best shoe ever sold
within seveuty-flve cents of th-t money.
People's Stors.
Lewis Brothers' Lois
Are the beauties ol Garvanzo. We give
them away tree. Come and get a lot.
Lewis Bros.,
101 and 103 K. Spring street.
not*.
Due de Montebello Obampagne,
J. w. Davis. Prescription Drngglat.
Drink Ross's Royal Belfast Ginger Ale.
Tanslll's Punch Cigars at P. O.Cigar Store
Duo de Montebello champagne at Weyse
Bros.'
Dr C J. Mullen, corner Fourth and Main,
Montrose Block.
Horse blankets and buggy robes at Foy's
harness shop.
Burkes porter is food and drink com
bined. Try it.
Bea shells polished at Kan Koo, 238 N.
Main St., wholesale or retail.
Plush parlor suits, easy chairs. New In
voice Just arrived at Allen's.
Large assortment of traveling and tour
ists' shirts at Eagleson & Co.'s, 60 N, Spring
street.
Carpets —spring patterns — now arriving.
Prices lower than ever, at Allen's.
If you want to furnish your house with
tittle money, call at Allen'a, 32 S. Spring St.
Nursing mothers should use Burkes por
ter. It is a swift tonic.
Ash, cherry and walnut bedroom sets.
Extra Inducements offered this week at
Allen's.
Every well dressed man should wear
Eagleson's perfect fitting shirt-collars cuds
and neckwear.
Dr Williams continues to treat all heart,
throat and chest diseases by bis new and
popular system of medicated inhalations,
276 N. Main street.
W7e Don't Hell Heal Estate,
We don't button-hole and lmpo tune unfor
tunate visitors, but if you want a tot for
nothing, buy your boots and shoes from
Lewis Bros.,
101 and 113 N. Spring St.
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 and Jacksou streets; telephone 315.
Walter 8. Maxwell,
Sole agent for Wellington Coal.
Real Estate for Nothing;
In beautiful, sunny Gsrvanzo. If you want
a lot for nothing, buy your boots and shoes
from us. I ewih Bros.,
101 and 103 N. Spring St.
REMOVALSALE
AS WE EXPECT TO REMOVE TO OUR NEW QUARTERS,
THB STAND NOW OCCUFIID BY J. T. SHEWABD,
NORTHWEST CORNER OF SPRING and FIRST STREETS,
ABOUT APRIL 13th, WE SHALL OFFER FOR THB NEXT 30 DAYS
OCR ENTIRE STOCK Ol'
Boys' and Children's Clothing
At a Dlscoant of IO to 15 per cent, from former prices.
THIS INSURES TO PURCHASERS RELIABLE GOODS
At Prices Lower Tban Anything Heretofore Offered in This Market.
JEtsT*Every Garment Marked in Plain Figures, from which the dis
count shall be made.
BLUETT & SULLIVAN,
No. 13 South Spring Street (Nadeau Hotel), Los Angeles.
mio-lm ataw 0
OR AND ANNOUNCEMENT I
THE REOPENINCi Or THE
California Auction Store,
North of tbe New Postofflce, with a
COMPLETE STOCK OF GOODS,
WHERE WE HOPE TO SEE ALL OUR OLD PATRONB.
Prices to suit the tlmes-Our motto will positively be "Quick Sales aad Small Profits."
CmT- W. ffIORRHi tt CO., of the California Auction Store.-***
Remember the place, north of the newf Opening day on the 6th inst.
J. F. RICHARDSON,
*3S AND 837 LOS ANUEI.ES STREET, ARCADIA BLOCK.
Fanners, Attention!
and one in operation by William Reid, of Florence, who wu'glsAu/lonad
*Also on hand ths eelebrsted BAIN WAGONS, STAR MOLINE WALK tan Aim
FLYING DUTCHMAN SULKY,rtind Gale Chilled 2 and 8 Gang Orchard Ploira**l,*
foot Ha? Rakes, and a full line oi s-wwar* and 11
I W ALL KINDS OF MBalinS TOOLS IN OENEHAL.-sam*
[ »pa-»m "»-mm
i'lsMsil'-| 111 ritttmtmmiii IT 111 H ' ~*f.J*
Canes l.lven Away
To each purchaser of a hat at the Chicago
Hat Store, 35 N. Main street.
Helpers wanted every morning at the
pavilion, from 8 a h. Brio* your scissors
More Presents!
1 WE HAVE RECEIVED ANOTHER LARGE
INVOICE OF PRESENTS.
To those who tailed to receive tbelr
presents during the past week we would
say that If you will come to us now we will
give you all your presents. C ome early if
you want an
ELEGANT PRESENT
WITH ALL
YOUR BOOTS AND SHOES, j
We have-also received another invoice of
those splendid
$2.75
Ladles' trench Kid Button
Shoes.
HEADQUARTERS
Boot and Shoe Honse,
SOB If. Mala st., Dewssor Bleak. >
■HOELLAIIEOIIit.
LEADING ALL COMPETITORS
In the Race for Trade,
JOE BAYER & CO.,
99 North Main Street,
WHOLESALE DEALER 3 AND JOBBERS
California Wines and Brandies'
KENTUCKY WHISKIES,
lITIPORTKD LIQUORS.
Zlnlandel, Hlesllna, Hock,
GUTEDEL, PORT, SHERRY, ANGELICA,
Muscat, Tokay, Etc.
Also, 8 to 10 year-oldlWhtsky for medicinal
use. Tennant's Ale. Guinness' Porter,
Finest French Brandies, Gin, Blackberry
W'ne, Blackberry Brandy, Cider, Cham
pagne, etc.
CALL ON
XOE BAYER A CO.,
SO North Bain Street.
COf" Lowest Prices and Free Delivery.
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
Peruvian Bitters!
JOE BAYER & CO.,
89 North Main Street.
LAND MICE.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, LOS
Angeles. Cal., Ma'Ch 26, 1887.—Com
plaint having beeu entered at this office by
Francis J. Hili against Stapleton C. Pendle
ton for abandoning bis Homestead Entry
No 2483. dated October 13. 188S, upon tbe
section 27, township 8 N, range 14 W, in
Los Angeles county, California, with a view
i to th- cancellation of said entry, tbe parties
are hereby summoned to appear at this
office on the 21st nay of June, 1887, at 10
; o'clock a. m , to respond and furnish tes
timony concerning said alleged abandon
ment. J. D. BE THUNE, Kegl-ter.
J. W. Havebstick. Receiver. «pV34t
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
Duritv and wholesomeness. More econom
ical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be
sold In competition with the multitude pi
low test, short weight, amm or phosphate
powders. Solo only in cans. aOTil
Basing Powdeb Co., 106 Wall street, N. Y.
mr9-ly
THE MILTON ROUTE
TO
Yosemite!
Is 70 miles the shortest, 24 hours travel the
less, and S2O less In fare
any otber.
WARNER BROS., Ticket Agents,
30S North Main Bt, Los Angeles.
THOS. T. WALTON. Qen'l Agt., 188 Mont
gomery St., San Francisco. m 24 tf
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE I WILL
not be responsible for any debts con
tracted by my wife. Mien Bisazza, she hav
ing left my bed and board without Just
cause. S. BISAZZA,
Chicago Restaurant, 126 S. Spring st.
Los Angeles, April 5, 1887. ap6-lm
LEWI" BROS., SHOE HEALERS.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
FREE!
!
To All Who Purchase Boots and Shoes
from'
LEWIS BROS.
As the plan we are now working to distribute our valuable in the
LEWIS TRACT, GRARVANZO, becomes better known the public are
realizing the immense advantage they are deriving in purchasing their
Boots and Shoes from us now. Too much cannot be said in praise of
GARVANZO!
We placed a modest value on the lots, viz: $200, because we did not
wish to exaggerate anything, but it is an actual fact that Lots in the vicinity
are worth from $300 to $400. WATER IS PLENTIFUL, the soil exceed
ingly rich, easy of access, every convenience for living,
SURROUNDED BY BEAUTIFUL HOMES!
It is destined to even exceed lovely Pasadena. Standing on the LEWIS
TRACT the massive Raymond Hotel looms up grandly in the near distance.
A short distance away is the elegant $30,000 GARVANZO HOTEL. The
scream of the locomotive awakes the echoes in the hills as it goes screaming
past the tract, only a few rods away. The hills and plains are covered
with a carpet of velvety green and the air is deliciously balmy and filled
with the fragrance of sweet flowers.
Only 30 Minutes' Ride From Los Angeles,
Along smooth, graded roads, it is in every way worthy of all that has been
said in its favor. Every one has an equal chance to SECURE AN ELE
GANT AND VALUABLE LOT.
One Ticket With Each Dollars' Worth of Goods.
First Lot Goes April 30, 1887.^1
I
LEWIS BROS.
Nos. 101 and 103 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles.
ffmfgX** REMOVAL SALE !
Quick-Meal Gasoline Stoves!
THE BEST MADE—TRY ONE !
MANTELS and GRATES, STOVES and RANGES
Will move April 15th to Our New Rooms,
Nos. 133 and 135 West First Street,
Next to new "Times" building, corner Fort and First streets.
CRANDALL, CROW & CO.,
Nos, 30 and 38 North Spring Btr#«t, I.os Anareles, California.
mm 3m
ALHAMBRA TO THE FRONT.
The Booming Suburb and the Equal of Pasadena!
Now is the Time to Select a Home Site
IN THE BEAUTIFUL
DEL-GO-SHAR TRACT!
Right at the Southern Pacific Railroad Statlyn,*
And lacing Garfield Avenue, the splendid thoroughfare leading to the Ray
mond Hotel, on which a Street Railroad is already in successful operation.
Many lots already sold. Do not buy elsewhere until yon have visited this
delightful locality, where all the fruits of the temperate and semi-tropic
zones grow side by side, and where "health and plenty cheer the labor
ing swain," and every one else so fortunate as to livn there and enjoy its
SALUBRIOUS CLIMATE and enchanting view of valley and mountain.
"DEL-GO-SHAR," which means place of plenty, tells the whole
story. It is all the name claims. There is no place like it; just enough
elevation to command a grand view up, down and across tire enchanting
San Gabriei Valley, only 7 miles from Los Angeles, in easy driving dis
tance, and the nearest stopping point for the Raymond Hotel tourist.
fWIAO CHOICE LARGE LOTS, oo vered with trees snd vines; Five Daily Trains
each way; Mountain Water piped to every lot; well graded streets; near the $2\ooo hotel
and close to schools and churches. Prices low and terms easy. Call for plats and lull
particulars on
FRANCISCO, STUART & OKEY. Sole Agents,
No. ISO WEST FIRST STREET LOS ANGELES, CAL
mrSltf
Newcastle Fruit Land,
PLACER COUNTY.
PARTIES DESIRING TO PURCHASE
fruit land In Placer county, In the
neighborhood of Newcastle, will do well to
correspond with the undersigned, aa he has
a arge number of improved and unltn-
E roved farms, from sto 600 acres, ranging
t price fromll 0 per aore no.
ROBERT JONES,
mrU-U Xewoastle fill. >
Exclusions to the Sandwich Islands.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS,
lit* Angalei to Honolulu and return, • 185
C. B. WHITE,
lokot Agent S. P. Co.. tO« H. Main Street.
xarlT4aa (
SPECIAL NOTICE
TO THE AFFLICTED.
A. HILTON WILLIAMS, M.D..
M. 0. P. 8. O ,
Continues to Treat all the Various
DISEASES OF THE HEAD, THROAT
AND CHEST,
NCLUDING THE EYE, EAR AND HEART
By His New and Complete System ot
MEDICATED INHALATIONS,
Combined With
PROPER CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIB
FOB TIIK
STOMACH, LIVER, BLOOD, ETC.
s '
Ufflce, 175 North Main Stree
(A few doors south ol the new Postofßoe)
LOS ANGELES, - - - - CALIFORNIA
BRONCHITIS.
Acute Bronchitis.
This is sn iuaamation of the mucus
membrane lining the Bronchial Tubes, aud
Is one oi the most c mmon of all the pul
monary diseases. It is a dangerous disease,
as It prevents tbe oxygenation of tbe blood,
and in many cases, particularly after it
passes into the chronic stage, the subs'anee
of the lungs becomes seriously involved,
giving rise to what is very properly called
Bronchial Consumption. Iv ihe acute form
th>re is a sense of tightness or pressure
across the chest, with considerable wheex-
Ing severe cough and expectoration. Tbis
is at first a white glairy muc '«, which after
a time becomes purulent. The patient In
some cases Is obliged to alt up in bed, the
oppression scross the chest Is so great, the
skin Is ctammy and pros'ration rapidly sets
in, and in fatal casea there will be mutter
ing delirium, coma and death.
Chronic Bronchitis.
Chronic Bronchitis is also an Inflamma
tion ol tbe mucus membrane of bronchial
tubes. But tnis form more often occurs
later in life. When a cold settles on the
lungs tbe disease either ends in bronchitis
or pneumonia. If it ends in bronchitis, :t
usually passes off as a cold in the chest, and
still the patient does not feel entirely welL
He feels tired and languid, and is incapa
ble of taking hla usual amount of exercise,
and experiences a shortness of breath with
more or less warmth in the palms of bis
hands. Soon after this a cough ■ ppears, ac
companied by an expectoration of thick
mucus, followed by a hectic flush, loss of
flesh and stsength, and night sweats con
tinue, when the patient assum"s all the ap
pearance of having a genuine caae of con
sumption. But this is simp y catarrh of the
lungs, or chronic bronchitis.
lv tbe latter stages of the disease the mu
cus membrane of the larger bronchial tubes
softens, while the smaller tubes and air
cells of the lungs the mucus membrane be
comes congested and inflamed. There are
nocivities or tubercles in the lungs, but
me.ely a wasting away of the larger bron
chial tubes, and death takes pisce trom ob
struction of tbe bronchial tubes and air
cells of the lungs. The patient dies from
exhaustion and and suffocation, being una
ble to expectorate the mucus which accum
ulates iv the passage leading to the lunge,
which in some cases Is silcky snd small In
auantlty, but more comm nly copious, of a
gbt straw or yellowish green. Oftentimes
streaks of blood make their appearance in
the mucus, and at times there Is a disagree
able smell. Persons thus afflicted are very
liable to take cold, at which time the mucus
becomes i lear and frothy and is ot uncom
mon! v the case that tbe patient dies In one
of these attack-.
Humid bronchitis (from humere, to be
moist) is sn called from tbe profuse quanti
ty of watery secretions which comes from
the air passages of the lungs. At times 11
becomes quite ropy, like the white of an
egg. This form of disease usually attacks
old peonle.
Dry bronchitis. This disease, the very
opposite of tne 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 tbe victims of this treacherous
complaint. This Is tbe most insidious of all
pulmonary diseases. There may at first be
a slight hacking cough, and an expectora
tion of a bluish white mucus And herein
lies the danger. This mucus inhabiting the
air cells of the longs, being difficult to
raise, after it becomes solidified, perma
nently obstructing portions of the lungs,
causing shortness of breath, and a feeling
of oppression on the chest, particularly af
ter meals or a slight exertion. After a time
the cough becomes more severe aud cornea
on in paroxysms, and as the shortness of
breath Increases, it almost assumes the
character of asthma. The muous mem
brane also becomes more and more thick
ened, which arises from the frequent fresh
cold, and the patient at last becomes fully
aware of tbe terrible changes that have ta
ken place, and the inevitable results that
are sure to follow.
Inhalation Is the only system which will
cure these diseases and yet the treatment
of the two forms are entirely different. In
tbe one we must allay the irritation, while
in tho other we must stimulate a healthy
action.
This will convince us of the necessity of
fully underftanding the system of medicat
ed Inhalations in the treatment of the vari
ous diseases of the pulmonary organs, for
when properly applied th re is no system
of medicine to be compared to it.
Persons desiring treatment by this system
of prac'lce can use tke remedy at home as
well as at our office, and which will oause
no Inconvenience or hindrance to business
whatever.
I bavo seen so many of these esses cured
that I do not consider any case hopeloss un
less the disease had advanced to the chest
sndtbat both lungs are ser ously Involved.
Even then the inhalations aid us in dissolv
ing the mucus and in contracting and heal
ing the cavities, which nothing else oan do
with the same success.
The very best references from those al
ready cured.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Tbose who desire to consult with me In
regard to their oases had better call at the
jfflce for consultation and examination,
DUt. if Impossible to do so, oan write for a
sopy ol my medloal treatise, oontainlng a
list of questions. Address
11. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D„
175 N. Nain St, Los Angeles, OaL Offlo
boors from »JO a tot p. a.

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