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DAILY HERALD.
EASTER SUNDAY.
Preparations For Observ
ing the Day.
HANDSOME DECORATIONS.
Programme of Services at some
of the Prominent Chnrches.
Profusion ot Flowers.
To-day ia Enter Sunday, and tbe
ohnrehes throughout tho city are decor
ated in a mariner that would be impossi
ble in any country bat S lUtheru.Culifor
■ia. AU day yesterday ladiei were
busily engaged in tbe different places of
worship, arranging in all sorts of beauti
ful shapes the wealth of flowers that
bad been liberally donated from the
many gardens of this city. It is not
going beyond the bounds of truth to
state that floral deoorntions insn Eastern
olty equal to those in Los Angeles to-day
would cost twenty-live thousand dollars
Here, where nature is so lavish iv
gift*, tbe cost is nothing. The music
arranged for the services at the various
oburches is most exoelleut. Below is
given a description of tho decorations »t
some of the churches and also tbe music
al exercises.
St. Paul's.
The Episcopal Church, St. Paul's, op
posile the Sixth-street Park, is most
elaborately trimmtd with flowers and
presents a most magnified t appearance.
This congregation has a standing Com
n ittec on Decoration, consisting of Mrs.
J. M, Elliott, Mrs. H. T. Lee,
lira. J. B. Dupuy, Mrs. Clacius, Mrs
McParland, Misses Susie Patton, Mary
Russell and Amy Sullivan. This com
mittee, assisted by a number of other
ladies, devoted the greater portion of
yesterday to beautifyiog tbe interior of
the church. Under the chancel window
is a bank of calla lilies and fan palms
The Credence table is filled with pink
aud cream roses with a border of white
, Bankshire roses. The chancel rail be ing
new aud extremely handsome is not
ornamented. The most magnificent piece
of decorating is on the Lectern. This
is covered entirely with different bued
roses, arranged with true artistic taste
by Miss Mary Russell. The pulpit is
decorated with bunches of calla lilies
aud marigolds tied with white satin rib
bon. Iv tbe center is a star of marigolds.
Miss Susie Patton exercised her exqui
site taste iv tho arrangement of tb.
altar. The font is surmounted by a
cross of choice roses, presented by Mr.
J. oi. Griffith. To the right of tbe aliai
is a cross of purple wild fl jwers aud a
of yellow marigolds. The hymn
board is trimmed with smilax and mar
guerites. Un tbe front of the organ is a
cress of white roses and a star of red
geraniums and Mies of the valley. All
of the memorial windows of the church
are most beautifully ornamented with
floral designs. Over the doors are arches
of cilia lillies and ivy, arranged by M>ss
Maude Sullivan and Mrs, Utl y Fol
lowing is (he programme of exercises foi
the morning service. In the evening a
Sunday School Festival will be given.
Professional Hymn 232 Sir A. Sullivan
Hymn 10J St. Albiru.
Easter Csnticle Cainidge in C
!2d Hayes in D
67th Hopkins in 6 flat
111 Crotch in D
To Denm Vanßoskerok in F
Jubilate Jicsson in F
FlrH Anthem, "Ye choirs and New
Jerusalem/ White
Mymu 101 Angelica
Bccoud Anthem from Handl's Oratorio
of the Messiah
Solo, "I kuow that My Redeemer Liv
eth" Mr. McKlernaa
Quartettes, Since by Man Came Dea h.
By Man also came the Resurrection
For as iv Adam all die
Even so lv Christ Mr. McKiernan.
Mr. Perry, Mr. Cohesd sud Mr. Maybiu
Hallelujah Chorus .. Alleid LF.McKlernan
M. B CHURCH SOUTH.
The ladies of Trinity Methodist Church
South have outdone themselves, aud tin
place is • scene cf bewildering loveli
ness. Back of the altar is a spherical
bank of orange blossoms, and in green
letters are the words: "E rth rijoices."
Above this bank is a huge cross of call.,
lilies and shove the cross is a star ol
green. Tbe altar and choir loft art
trisnmed with ivy and catlas. Iv front
of the organ is the sentiment: "He is
risen" in white rests. On one side of
the choir loft is a large harp, and on tbe
other a cross and crown composed of a
variety of flowers.
The Sund ty-school room is also hand
somely dccorati-d, one of tbe pleasing
features being a bat.k of flowers in » hicb
uere is a large nest made of flowers
This net will be filled with colored E s
tor eggs and they wili bo distributed to
the children. Ksv. W. B. Htradley will
deliver the sermon, and his subject will
b,e, '.Life, aud that more abuu luutly "
In the evening thero will be a grand
praise service, under the direction o
Mrs. W. E. B.'eson, of which the follow
■ag ia the programme:
String Quarte.te. > Haydn
Heine Quartette.
Hymn
Christ Out Passover 11. P. l).iuks
,n Trinity Choir.
Prayer
Vocal Solo—"Jerusalem" . Henry Parker
rV Mm. W E Beeson.
Scripture Reading .. Rev. W B. Stradley
Vio.iuceilo Solo—"Romania". Goltermanu
Mr. Louis Heine
Trio— "Saviour, Breath au Evening
,t Blessing" Sudds
'Mssdsmes Beeson, Book and Pomeroy.
Tenor Solo—' If With All Your Hearts"
From Elijah
Mr. Vlgneron.
Collection—"V'olfu Solo" Vleuxtemp6
Ml s L'sile Heine.
i>uott—"Jesus Saviour of My 50u1"...
. Centemri
Mr. Nay and Mrs. Beesou.
Hymn ■•
Contralto Solo—"Heaven Hath Shed a
Tear" Kccken
Mr. J. H. Book.
Praise Ye the Lord ... • • • •
Arranged from Lambillolte
I Trinity Choir.
Benediction.
Grand March Miss Minnie Hamilton
PIKST KNOLLSH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Spacial Easter services will be held by
this church, in their hall, at 25 North
Main sireet. The ladies of the church
deserve credit for the very handsome
floral displays. The music will include
special Easter chorals and anthems.
The pastor, Rev. C. VV. Heisler will
preach a special Easter sermon, after
which a number of new members will
be received and Holy Communion cele
brated. At 3P. M a children's Easter
eervioe will be held, consisting of music,
reoitations, bible readings, egg and oard
presentations.
FIRST PRBSBYTKBIAJf CHURCH.
The decorations of tbis church are not
lavish but tbe floral pieces are exquisite.
Tbe music will be splendid, as the fol
lowing programme shows: Prelude,
"LausDeo." Mrs. Valentine; "Easter
Anthem," Dudley Buck; solo, "Prinoe
of Life," Miss George; anthem, "Christ
tb* Lord is Risen;" duet. "VViih Cheer
ful Notes,"Prof Fiske ann" Miss George;
processional close. Mrs. Valentiue will
preside at the organ.
ST. TINOIMT'S CHURCn.
The new churoh has been made very
attractive for to-day's festival. The
decorstioDs add greatly to its already
handsome appearance. The high altar
presents a mass of lilies, and tbe figures
of the group surrounding the crucifix
•sem to arise out of m grove of palms j
LOS AXGrELES DAILY HEBALD. APBIL 10. 1887.
The aids altars are adorned with hun
dreds of delicate flowers and rioh oan
delabrae, all arranged with consummate
skill. Parts of Hayden's First and Seo
one! Masses will be rendered by tho reg
ular choir, Mrs. 0. W. Childs, soprsno;
Mrs. F. Sohallert, oontraltoj Mr. Hen
derson, teuor and Mr. F. F. Schallert,
basso. Prof. Knell presiding at the or
gan. To-day the ohoir will be augment
ed by Mr. B. Francisco, violin; Prof.
Lenzburg, flute; Prof. Elser, Claerionet;
Mr. Fouley, Cornet; Mr. Rutbard,
basso and Mr. Geumender, cello. The
i tiering piece will be Hummel's Alma, a
sola and quartette. '
The Solemu High Mass will commence
at 10 o'clock. Itwillbnsoug by Key.
L T. Landry, C. M. with Rev. J. J
Murray, C. M. and F. H. Antill, IX M.
a. deacon and sub-deacon. Rev. A. J.
Meyer, C. M., President of St. Vincent's
College, will preach the stiinon.
Division of Telegrams and Reports for the
benefit of Commerce and Agriculture. Re-
Son of observations taken at Los Augeles,
al., April 9, 1887:<
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The 4t lot! in Ihe San Gabriel Tract are
nearly all sold. A new sub-division will
soon be laid out, and no doubt they will go
ss rapidly as tbe others.
CIICRCII OF OUR LADY OF ANCKLS.
Easter .Sunday will be celebrated at
'he old church in a most solemu manner.
A reporter saw the church last night,
md the three altars were beautifully
decorated. B-Bides the usual masses at
6, 8 and 9 o'clock, there will be a solemn
nigh mass at 10:30 a. m , v.h;-n Father
Peter will preach in Spanish, proviug
ihat the resurrection of Christ is a sign
of our future resurrection. The choir
will be from the Sisters' school, directed
by Professor Gardiner. At the mass at
8 o'clock A. M. the sermoa in English
will be preiohed by Rev. P. Smith.
Solemn vespers will be suug st 3 P. St.
Rev. Father Cesari, a very eloquer t
Italian priest, who converses fluently in
Italian, German and English, will de
liver another of his most brilliant Italian
sermons this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
His subject will be: "The Church the
Mother of Liberty." Considering that
bo has met with great success among his
countrymen here, a very large congrega
tion is fully expected. He is also very
entertaining, bei g of a lively, cheerful
and humorous disposition, and greatly
loved by all who know him.
THE CATHEDRAL.
The Sisters of Charity, assisted by
lady members of the congregation, yes
terday embellished the altar of tbe
grand cathedral with flowers and ie pre
sents a beautiful appearance. Pontifical
H'gh Mass will be celebrated at 10
o'clock this morning, wh<n Father Mor
gan will deliver the sermon. Following
is the musical programme:
A double quartette will sing the
Kyiie and Gloria by Gulman', The
Credo, Sanctus, Benedic'us, Agnus Dei
by Generali, Offertory, Region Coelis by
Lambilotte. Au orchestra composed of
the He ns quartette, • upplemented by two
cornets and two flutes, will accompany
the Mass. A. J. Sumtn, director, will
preside at the organ.
miSCELLANEOL .
More Presents!
WE HAVE RECEIVED ANOTHER LIRGE
INVOICE OF PRESENTS
To those who failed to receive their
presents during tbe past week we would
6ay that if you will come to us now we will
give you all your presents. Come early if
you want an
ELEGANT PRESENT
WITH ALL
YOUR BOOTS AND SHOES.
We have also received.another invoice of
those splendid
$2.75
Ladles* trench Kid Ifntton
Shoes.
HEADQUARTERS
Boot and Sboe House,
209 K. Main St., Downey Rlnctr.
News Notes.
To-morrow night the thirteenth an
null ball of the Ancient Order of Hiber
nians will take place at Tumverein Hail.
This will lie a delightful nffiir and the
committee in chaigc will spare no pains
to make everybody have a good time.
Mr. Arthur I! -ot, for the Los Angeles
Cement Works, is superintending the
construction of a cement pipe lino from
the artesian wells west of Compton to
the new colony of Gardena. The main
part of the line will hi of twenty-two
inch pipe.
Mt-.AI. K'TMK
orange!
THE
Gem of the Santa Ana Valley.
On Saturday Next, April 9th, at 1 P. M„
AT ORANGE, I SHALL OFFER FOR SALE
4
40-L O T S-40
Tlie C. Z.Culver Home and Hotel Tract.
These Choice Lots are in the same tract ac the new hotel,
THE PALMYRA,
Which ls approaching completion, and will be opened to the public about May Ist.
Owing to the location and the proximity of this property to the busi
ness portion of ORANGE, it is Vithout doubt the most desirable invest
ment yet presented in Orange.
NOT AN AUCTION SALENS
The sale will be conducted quietly, and fair prices put on the prop
erty, and the first applicant has tbe first choice.
TEIITIS EASY FOB CASH.
gSmf FOU GENERAL INFORMATION, CALL UPON
-A.. L. TEELE,
34 Nortli Spring Street, Los Angeles, California.
Following are the reports of the late
rainfall: Signal Service, 1.05; E. T.
Kubel, Temple street, 1.03; Southern
Pacific railroad freight depot, 1.08; O.
H. Bliss, Alameda street, 1 02; C Du
commun, 1.18. Mr. Ducominun gives
the fall for the season at 14 90.
The exercises nt the Synagogue yes
terday morning being the Bar Mitzvah
of Henry, the thirteen year old son ef
Mr. Eugene Germain. The youngster
did splendidly aud his address gave his
parents just cause for feeling proud of
their promising son.
The Carleton troupe closed their sea
sou last night to a very fine house. The
ever welcome Mikado was rendered, and
between the first and second acts Mr.
Carleton stmjj in I alian and in character
the "Matador" song, fr< m the opera of
Carmen. It waa a tiue effort aud greatly
appreciated.
People's Store.
To be sold Monday—3ii-inch double fold
cashmers, 20c a yard, in all the spring
shades—extr.i heuvy cloth for 20c a yarj
worth atleast 30c
To be add Monday—Printed Japanese
crape cloths, the latest novelty for summer
suns, taking the place of lawns and sateens
for summer d'o-ses, first invoice shown iv
Los Augeles; 20c a yard.
To be sold Monday—Combination dress
suitings, very ban Jsome aud elaborate ef
fects,Sti.as, *», $12.50 aud upwards v suit, in
en lees variety.
To oe sold Monday—Choice effects fn
velvets, silks, at Ins and dtess goods iv all
the v w spring shades and colors; call aud
see them.
To be sold Moulay:
Boys mixed straw hits 50c. worth 75c.
Boy* rnixod aud while straw h:its 25c,
worth sec.
This is a rare chance: mothers avail your
selves of the opportunity.
To be S"ld Mourtay:
Ladies' carpet slippers all sizes, 25c.
Children's UMMa riveted shoes, 5 to 8, 50c!.
Ladies' curacoa aud pebble feoat shoes,
tl 50 worth 1125.
llLad'es' French kid shoes,S2.7s worth 53.50
Iv this department we nail particular at
tention to toe eh ldren'n riveted shoes at
60c; they sre nn unprecedented bargain.
lv oir millinery dipartmeut we will offer
on Monday:
KoKo straw hats, trimmed with latfst
sh dcs of ribbons aud ganzes from ?3 up.
wards. We Will also otter au endless va
riety of cr pc de lis fancy pom poues. lips
and feathers, just received from New York
I hey include all the lste-lstyle j and shades
aud will be sold atbe 1-rook prices.
A few more of the bargains that we will
offer on Monday include.
Bleached muslin, J 8 of a yard vide, 20
yards for tl.
Hed comforts, full s'ze, 75c worth $1 25.
Dress ginghams s>:,c per yard. These
ginghams are not o.U styles carried over
from last season, but arc the choicest, new
est and most popular patterns and colors of
•Jue finest quality of American goods, such
as arc usually sold for Don't tall to
look at them.
People's Stor*.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
I purity and wholescmeness. More econom
ical than tbe ordinary kinds, and cannot be
•old in competition with tbe multitude of
low teat, short weight, amm or phosphate
powders. Sold only in cans. Royal,
Baeino Powdkb Co.. 106 Wall stroet, N. Y.
mrt-ly '
HOMES 1 MEADOW PARR COLONY.
FIVE. TUN AND TWENTY-ACRE tOTS, »75 PER ACRK—ONE THTRn pa an Mm
third in one year, oue-thlrd in two years. The finest fruit and i. B ei.w«
Los Angeles county. Every font under cultivation. Situated 16 mllM Vnmh j.™
Angeles and 4 miles northwst of Wilmington near tbe ocean. uln or Lo *
gtJT- FREE CARRIAGE from Wilmington, on arrival of mnrninu tmin t
Angeles, every Tuesday and Friday. For full information, call on or address ***
A. K. W A I,XKits, Wilmington Cal
Or Da LACY A MALCOLMSoN, Real Estate, Insurance Agents aud AueUonam I*.
' Temple street, Los Angeles. spl im
War Department Signal Service
United States Army.
MISCELLANEOUS.
LEADING ALL COMPETITORS
In the Hare for Trade,
JOE BAYER & CO.,
89 North ITlaln Street,
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND JOBBERS
IN
California Wines and Brandies
KENTUCKY WHISKIES,
IIfIPOUTED LIQUORS.
Zlnfandel, Rlesllnfr, Rock,
GUTEDEL, PORT, SHERRY, ANGELICA,
Muscat, Tokay, Etc
Also, 8 to 10 year-oldJWMsky for medicinal
nso. Tcnnant's' Ale, Guluness' PoHer,
Finest French Brendies, Gin, Blackberry
Wine, Blackberry Brandy, Cider, Cham
pagne, etc.
CALL ON
JOB BAYER & CO.,
89 North Iflaln Street.
OT-Lowest Pr!oes and Free Delivery.
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
Peruvian Bitters!
JOE BAYER & CO.,
89 North Klaln street.
Mixlmum Thermometer, 6\o.
Minimum Thermometer, 45).0.
Rainfill past 24 hours, 1.06
San Gabriel Tract.
LBffH jjjggfcj WHOM DEALEnn.
A Home for Nothing!
TRUE PHILANTHROPY.
WHEN WE GIVE AWAY, ABSOLUTELY FREE,
Lots in Beautiful Garvanzo
So that the Fortunate Owner Can Have
A HOME IN AN EARTHLY PARADISE,
We Believe We are Exercleliia True Pullantliropy.
WE SELL, NO GARVANZO REAL, ESTATE
£MW WE UIVE IT AWAY FItEE! -f*3
Every purchaser will receive an equal opportunity to secure a lot for nothing.
Our Boots and Shoes Are Marked in Plain Figures.
WE HAVE BUT ONE PRICE,
And we are the only BOOT and SHOE HOUSE in California that is giving
away valuable real estate free.
Photographs of the Land Can Be Seen at Our Store.
LEWIS BROS.
Nos. 101 and 103 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles.
mr22flm
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.,
ft'os. 30 anil 35 North Spring Street, l.os Anzclcs, California.
mi" tm
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 I
Itlght at the Southern Pacific Railroad Station,
And facing 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 you have visited this
delightful locality, where all the fruits of the temperate and semi-tropic
/.ones grow side by side, and where "health and plenty cheer the labor
ing swain," and every one else so fortunate as to live 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 tbe name claims. There is no place like it; just enough
elevation to command a grand view up, down and across the enchanting
San Gabriel Valley, only 7 miles from Los Angeles, in easy driving dis
tance, and the nearest stopping point for the Raymond Hotel tourist.
ItW 150 CHOICE, LARGE LOTS, oovered with trees and vines; Five Daily Trains
each way; MounUin Water nlped to every lot; well graded streets; near the $25,000 hotel
and close to schools and churches. Prices low and terms easy. Call for plats aud full
particulars on
FRANCISCO, STUART & OKEY. Sole Agents, ;
No. 180 WEST FIRST STREET LOS ANGELES, CAL '
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Newcastle Fruit Land,
PLACER COUNTY.
PARTIES DESIRING TO PURCHASE
fruit land In Plucor county, lv the
neighborhood of Newcastle, will do well to
correspond with the undersigned, as he has
a arge number of improved and unim
proved farms, from 1 lo M acres, rsuglng
In price Iromll 4 per acre uo.
ROBERT JONES,
mrU-M Newcastle ,CaL
Excursions to the Sandwich Islands.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS,
Los Aogeles to Honolulu and return, ■ 185
9. H. WHITE,
Ticket Agent B. P. Co., tOfl N. Main Street,
ram im
SPECIAL NOTICE
TO THE AFFLICTED.
M.HILTON WILLIAMS,M.D.,
M. CP. 8.0,
Continues to Treat all t'ae Various
DISEASES OK THE HEAD, THROAT
AND CHEST,
INCLUDING THE EVE, EAR AND HEART
By Ills New aud Complete System of
MEDICATED INHALATIONS,
Combined With
PROPER. CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIK
FOB TUB
STOMACH, LIVER, BLOOD, ETC.
Office, 275 North main Stree
(A few doors south of the new Postoffice)
LOS ANGELES, - - ■ - CALIFORNIA
BRONCHITIS.
Acute llronchitle.
This i* sn iuflßmatlon of the mucus
membrane lining tbe rtronchla' Tubes, and
is one ot the most c mmon of all ihe pul
monary diseases. It is a iangerous disease,
ss it prevents tbe oxygenation of the blood,
and in many cases, particularly after it
pas-es Into the chronic stige, the subs'auce
of the lungs becomes serl.uily involved,
giving"rise to what is very properly called
Bronchial Consumption. In he acute form
tie re is a sense of tightness or pressure
across the chest, with considerable wheet
ing severe cough »nd expec oration. This
is at first a white glairy muc >s, which after
a time becomes purulent. The patient in
some cases is obliged to sit up in bed, the
oppression across the chest is so great, the
skin is c'ammy and pros'rattoa rapidly sets
In, and in fatal ca.es there will be mutter
ing delirium, coma and death.
Chronic Bronchitis,
Chronic Bronchitis is also an inflamma
tion 01 the mucus in* mbrauc of bronchial
tubes. But tola form more often occurs
biter In life, Wheu a cold settles on the
luugs the disease either ends iv bronc His
or pneumonia. If it ends lv bronchitis, .t
usually passes off ~X a cold iv the chest, and
still the patient does not feel entirely well,
lie feels tired nnd languid, and is Incapa
ble of tsking his usual amount of exercise,
aud experiences « shortness of breath with
more or le-s warmth iv the palms of his
hands. Soon alter this a cough ppears, ac
companied by an exnecn ration of thick
mucus, followed by a hectic ilush, loss of
tlesli aud stsength, and night sweats con
tinue, when the patient assum sail the ap
pearance of having a genuiue case of con
sumption. But this is simp y catarrh of the
lungs, or chronic bronchitis.
1 . tho latter stages ot the disease the mu
cus membrane of the larger bronchial tubes
so tens, while tho smaller tubes and air
cells of theluogsthe mucus membrane be
comes congested aud iufl inied. There are
no c Titles or tubercles iv tne luugs, but
me.eiy a wasting away of tho larger bron
chial tubes, and death take* place 'rom ob
struciiou of tho bnuchial tubes and air
cells of the lungs. The patient dies from
exhaustion and and sull'oc-ttion, being una
ble to expectorate the mocus which accum
ulates in tha passage leading to toe lungs,
whicli in S'ime ca.-es Is s.icky and small in
quantity, but more comm uly copious, oi a
iigr t stiaw or yellowish greeu. Oftentimes
streaksof blond mase their appearance in
the mucus, and at times there Is a disagree
able smell. Persons thus afflicted are very
liuble to take cold, at which time the mucus
becomes lenr and frothy and is nt uuconi
laonly the case that the patient dies iv one
of th. se attack-.
Humid bronchitis (from hume r e, to be
moist) Is so c-illed from tho profuse quanti
ty of ivntery secretions which comes from
the air passages of the lungs. At times it
becomes quite ropy, like the white of an
egg. This form of disease usually attacks
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 this feacherous
complaint. This is ihe most insidious of all
pulmonary diseases. There may at first bo
a slight hacking cough, and sii expectora
tion of a hiu sh white mucus And herein
lies the danger. This mucus Inhabiting the
air cellß of the lnngs, heinr difficult to
laise, after It becomes solidified, perma
nently obstructing portions of the lungs,
causing shortness ol breath, and a feeling
of oppression on the chest, particularly af
ter meals or a slight exertion. After a time
tbe cough becomes more severe and comes
ou iv paroxysms, and as tho shortness of
breath iucrea-es, it almost assumes the
character of asthma. The mucus mem*
brave also becomes more and more thick
eued, which arises from tho frequent fresh
:o'd, aud the patient at last becomes fully
aware of the terrible changes that have ta
ken place, and the inevitable results that
»re sure to follow.
Inhibition Is the only system which will
euro these diseases and yet the treatment
if Ihe two forms arc entirely different. Iv
he one wemust a'lay the irritation, while
in the other we must stimulate a healthy
iction.
This will convince us of the necessity of
fully underftandlng the system of medicat
:a inhalations iv the treatment of the vart
lUS diseases of the pulmonary orgaus, for
vhon properly applied th re ls no system
if medicine tn be compared to It.
Persons desiring treatment by this system
if pracice can use the remedy at home as
veil as st our ofllce, and which will causo
10 mc nveulence or hindrance to business
whatever.
I have seen so many of these enses cured
hat I do not consider any case hopeless un
ess the disease had advanced to the chest
nd that both lungs are ser ously involved.
:ven then the inhalations aid us Indlssolv
ng the mucus and iv contracting a id heal
cig the cavities, which nothing else cau do
dtb the s une sucoess.
The very best references from those al
ready cured.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Those who desire to oonsult with me In
regard to their cases had better call at the
ofllce for consultation and examination,
but, if impossible to do so, can write for a
copy of my medical treatise, containing a
list of questions. Address
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D„
275 N. Naln St., Los Angeles, Cal. Offlo
hours from 9:80 a m. to 1 r. v.

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