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DAIIIT HERALD. United State* Strnal•Serirlce. Resort of obaervatloua taken at Los An- April M, '87, by War Departing rner. g , % c % tU U*> P M.: 30.04 i 59159 ■ 8 6 Clear IrWr.M, 29 99 1 06 i 52 , W ' _°' ear ■ax. temp.. 71.0; mln. temp , 47.0. The Illustrated Herald. A full supply of the A»npal Hiraips are now ou band. Newsdealera and others should avail themselves at once to send In their orders. No batter evidence of Bouth ern California's advantiges could be sent to Eastern friends. News Notes. There will be a delightful little social dance at the Nadean House this even- Work has he"> commenced on the three f hundred foot extension to the ■Southern Pacitio freight depot. Bishop Kip remains at Sau Gabriel, t ie guest of Mrs. Wilson, too ill for duty, but able to see a few friends. Word was received yesterday that Harry Mack, who is wanted here on a charge of resisting an officer, had been ©aptiired by SherifT Cunningham, of Stookton. A warrant was scut up by Sheriff Kays. Bishop Wingtield confirms for St. Augastic's Church, Santa Monioa, to day (Thorsday), at 11 a. m , and for the Church of the Epiphany, Daly Btreot, Ktst Los Angeles, this evening, at 7:30 o'clock. Mr. Simon Reiuhardt, of tho Depot Hotel, who has been seriously ill for some days pa t, has so far recovered that on yesterday he went out to the Ray mond Hotel, where he will remain for several days. On next Tuesday, the 68th anniver sary of the 1. 0. O. F. will be celebrated iv L* Augeles. There will be a grand street paiade with General John R. Mathews as tbe Marshal. At night a complimentary ball will ba given. A meeting of the property-owners of First street will be held on Saturday evening at the Council Chambers, to consider the proposition to widen that street. Mayor Workman, who an nounces the call, thinks that there should be a large attendance, as the matter is one of great importance. A free lecture on the "Historic saoiiuuteuts of France," with views of the same, will be delivered at the Los Angeles Conservatory of Mnsic, 406 South Main street, Friday evening, April 22d, by Mr. F. S. Reehrig. of Pasadena. All interested in art and architecture will l c welcome. It ia rumored that Professor J. H. Cornell, the fa nous composer and music teicher, of New York city, contemplates coming oat here to reside, with the in tention of instituting a conservatory for tbe advanced pupils in music. The well known reputation of the Professor is a sufficient guarantee of his success. He will leave many friends and pupils be hind bim. About a week ago Sam Stanley was arrested for being drunk and disorderly. He then swore tbat he would buy a pis tol and shoot tho next man who arrested bim. Last night he imbibed too much of tbe ardent and was arrested by Officer Morton on Los Angeles street. He bad the pistol, but he did not shoot. He was charged with being drunk and dis orderly and with carrying concealed weapons. An Eastern lady who is sojourning at Tustin wants to know how many d.fftr ent varieties of roses have been ou exhi bition at the Flower Festival. After ooiiciiltatiuu with the lady managers of the Flower Festival and particularly with Mrs. Day, who has charge of the Special Rose Bjoth, the Herald can state authoritatively that 131 different kinds of roses have been received. The lady can also inform her Eastern friend* that one bank of roses, that around the fountain, contained 80,000 blossoms. Last evening Dr. J. P. Widuey, Dean of the College of Medicine of tho Uni versity of Southern California, gave a delightful reception to tha Faculty and students of the college at his residence, 321 South Hill street. The evening was one of much pleasure and all enjoyed themselves lothefull. The entire faculty and the greater portion of Ihe students were present. The ladie3 fivored the guests with some excellent music and a sumputoui repast was served. Aside from being a splendid instructor, Dr. Widney understands thoroughly the art of.entertaining with ease and grace. Oscar Baer, who deals in poultry in the Spring s'.reet market, yesterday ex hibited an egg which for size should place Los Augeles hens iv the load. Os oar put three dozen hens, all of moder ate h'zp, in a coop. A short time after- Wards he saw in the middle of the coop a white object, which he thought was a fancy chimney top. Calling assistance he dragged the object forth and to his astonishment found it to be an egg and its temperature certainly showed that it was freshly laid. This monstrous ex ample of what climate will do for a hen, weighed exactly a half pound, measured ten inches around the long way and eight inches around tbe middle. the lankkrsium mills. The reporter first visited the above mills, or it might be better to say, the office of the Los Angeles- Farming and Milling Compauy, and wbs pleasantly greeted by the manager of tho business, Mr. J. B. Lankeishim: "People had been figuring on a dry year, and wheat speculators bought up an immense amount of wheat for fn'.ure delivery, and aaw their way clear to get rich. Unfortunately for these weather proph ets, it rained, and a good crop of wheat is assured. These •bulls' have too much at stake to let the price of wheat de cline, and they are using every effort in their power lo keep it up uutd they can unload. A break is bound to come before many days, and when it does come aomebedy is sure to get hurt. This is merely a repetition of the "grain bag corner" of lust year, and the same men arc back of it. . "These mills arc now runnu g at their full capacity, 500 barrels per day. and we have plenty of sock on hand to keep up this run until the corner is broken, and we propose to coniinue running There are now 200,000 oentals of wheal iv Los Angeles county, left over from the last year's crop, and the mills are well stocked. The crop this year will be fully an average one and the acrefge is 125,000 acres. Of course the crop will not be so large as last year, as that of laot year was the largest crop of wheat ever harvested in Southern California. If the crop harvested this year only fulls short one third of what it was last year we will still have an average crop. At any rate you can safely state thot there is enough wheat en hand to carry us well iuto next your, and tho crop prom ises so well that we have no fears. "While the price of wheat at present is to a great extent speculative, those fellows who are trying to ooruer have succeeded in getting held of a lot of wheat, and this causes tho trouble. Oi course, if we hadn't wheat ou hand aud wheat assured we would have to follow the eximple of the millers in San Fran cisco, who buy from day to day, and either shut down or raise the price of flour. Fortunately, we have our own wheat, and our county raises so much . wheat that we aio not forced to any- I thing of that sort, and we will continue to run right straight along. ' "Birley U on the same footing as ' wheat, and tbe bulls are Irving to keep 1 ii elevated. The barley crop this year ' will be good, aud prices can't keep up." CAPITOL MILLING CO. I ► The reporter next visited the Cnpitol Milling Company, where he fouutl everything in full blust and not the slightest indication of a shut down. All was bustle and activity aud there seemed to be more flour turned out than a num ber of trucks and a freight train, in pro cess of being loaded, could carry off. Mr. J. Laew was found in his private office and in response to the inquiry of I the reporter sai i: "This does not look I much like shutting down. The fact is i we are now running at our fullest ca- I pacity and will continue to do so. We consider the rise ia wheat to a great extent a speculative measure but there is a stroug power behind the " corner if it be true, as stated, that the t Nevada bank is takicg a hand, and there 1 is no telling how long the high price of wheat will prevail. We have on hand \ stock enough to run us at our full cipac ity for five months yet, and considering , the immense amount of wheat still ltft iv this couuty 1 think there is no cauic for alarm. We Bhall run right along. If we had not stock ou hand we would be compsll d lo cease but we have Ihe stock. There are from 150, --000 to 200,000 centals of wheat in this county now, and the Ooming crop will be an average one." ' The mills in this city can and do make as good flour cs any mills iv the west. Oar wheat ia excellent; the mills hive the best improved machinery and all tho latest patent processes, and therefore, it is impossible to beat us on good flour. There will b9 no such thing as the mill of Los Angeles ceasing oper ations, aud you can so state." Head and Compare. Close to L R Angeles city lim'ta. Lots 10x160, for $10. Amidst magnificent in.- Jrovements. See this to-day, at 10 .v. m. and t. m No. 2i West First street. Wicsen dauger & Bouiall. Excarslon to Gladstone to day. Just at Wink. Will buy your choice at the Ela Hills tract Wednesday, 27th of April, which C. A. Bum - ncr will sell at auction. Excursion of 40 minutes. To-day at 9.30 o'clock from the Southern California Land Co., Baker Block, to South Los Angeles. Lots 1100, half acre each, in Installments without interest. Excursion to Gladstone to-diy. Dr. (Morgan's Lecture* On Christian Evidences have been listened to by appreciative congregations. Those present have not fjiled to feel the force of his logic and able arguments. They have given the most fixed attention night after night and it is believed few have left the church without renewtu conviction that Christianity has for lis foundations the ver ities of eternal truth. The last lecture of the series Is given to-night in the same place, tbe Epl.copal Church ou Olive street. • The subjic, of the lecture to-night is Christianity nnd Science. It is to be pre eumed that those troubled with the very common supposition that Christianity and Scieuce do not agree will find themselves especially interested iv this lecture. Excur.ioa to Gladstone to-day. Burbanka. The streets and avenues In the town sites are fast approaching completion, tho hotel Is under progress, the sidetracks are in and all regular trains stop at this station. Water Is being piped as fast as the pipe can be de livered, and the substantial boom con tinues, there having been over twenty thousand dollars' worth of properly sold on yesterday. ROLAND REED. • 'Humbug-" at the Cirand Opera House. The repetition of Humbug at the Op era House last night by Roland Reed and his well selected company was as decided a success as was its first produc tion on the previous night. A well filled bouse enjoyed the fun of the piece at all points of its progress and were unstint ed in their approbation of the players. Patrice has caught tbe ear and eye of each of the habitues of the Grand, and she quite divides the honors with Mr. Reed wherever the role assigned her give 9 the opportunity. Reed [ia one of the best comedians that has appeared upon the stage of the theater in this city for many a long day. Humbug will be given once more to night, and then Cheek will take its plaoe for the remainder of the season. Frederick Warde, the tragedian, who appears in a well selected repertoire of favorite tragedies next week, is spoken of by the critical press of the country as a young artist of very deoided promise. Personal Mention. W. 8. Maxwell left for Ban Francisco yesterday. Mr. Edward W. Bernard and wife, of Holland, are at the Nadeau. The couple have been traveling a number of yean nnd bave now completed the> trip of a tour of the world. fine Healdence Late.' The wealth and fashion of tbe cily will build in tbe direction of the City Park and The New Pasadena Road Oooa rig ht through the Kla Hill -i met. For a wedding present a lot will be ablgln tnfnt for the son and heir. Auction by aanaar, Wednesday, Wth of April. tbe Kaya tract, which will be told atauc tlou Saturday, 2sd lnatant, at 10 o'clock by C. A. Bumner A Us. LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. A PHIL 21 , 1887. DRY SPARKLING CHAMPGNE CO. RISE IN WHEAT. Ant Immediate tloinmencciueut ot Hiistnens). The Dry SpirklluT Olumpigi c Compauy of Southorn California will be at home to day and commence the manufacture cf their well-known beverage In their new building, earner of St. John and Leroy streets. The structure Is a flue one. 150 x» feet, mid fully adequate to the demands of this onterprisinj company Yesterday Dr. Hamilton (Irltlin purchased tho shares of Naihauiel Colo and J. a Chadwlck, and the vacancies In the llonrd of Directors were filled by Clarcnec J. Richards and Ueorge L. Steams. Tuesday next the stockholders will meet and tho all.itlment ol shares will be distributed. B| present appearances the enterprise will bring fortune to those Inter ested in the loug needed home production of California champagne iv Its genuine ness and purity, which compares to the bes made in the United States, and in many re spects eclipses foreign brands, which cost extravagant prices, and are a standard In label only and not in quality. What Our Millers Think of It. WE WILL STILL HAVE FLOUR. ; 110 Much Wheat in Los Aiiffdcs County for Any Sau Francisco Corner to Affect Us. The Associated Press has been send ing telegrams throughout the country to the effect that tbe recent rise in the price of wheat has had the effect of causing the flouring mills in the State to shut down. Yesterday a Herald reporter visited the leoding millers of this city and ascertained that there is no immediate danger of a flour famine falling afoul of Los Angeles. This oouuty raites such excellent wheat and Ihe mills here produce such excel lent flour that oo rnerers of the staple product will have to confine thoir ef forts to Saa Francisoo and give us a wide berth. Better Accommodations. More Pullman palace cars are now arriv ing vfa the Santa Fe route, which are to bo used between Los Augeles and Kansas City to accommodate the increased travel east bound. This company is also running daily emigrant tourist oars direct from Los Angeles to Kansas City. Itcitd and compare. Close to l.ns ADgeles city limits. Lots oOxliiO, for *100. Amidst msgniflceut im provements. See this to-day, at 10 A a and 2 p.m. Ho. P5 West First street. Wicsen danger A Bonsall. Excursion to Gladstone to-day. John Wlelaud Brewing Vo. Of San Frar.clfco received dining ISSO first medals aud premiums for best "Bottled" and 'Draught Lager Beer" at Btac Fair, Sacramento, Mechanics' Fair, San Francisco, San Joaquin Fair, Stockton, aud Sixth Dis trict Fair, Los Augele*. This celebrated lager is for site at nearly all tho leading saloons of Los Angeles. Steineke & Brun lug, 3.*2 North Alameda street, are the so.c Agents aud llotilers. South Lis Angeles. This will be a beautiful addition to the city. It is ou a level with Miin street. No rivers to cross, uo hills or ravine:-: no long stretch of dtrert; no exile of your family until neighbors gather aroun J. Two lots of half an aero each will supjort a family comfortably. Obtain m ps from the South crn California Land Co., llaker Block. Start Una;, but True. Close to Los Augeles city limits. Lots StaUO feet, for '100. Amidst magnificent improvements'. Rich loam. Pure water. See this to-day, at 10 A. K. and 2P. at, Cor ner Spring and First streets. Wieseudauger & B usall. Excuision to Gladstone to-day. Only w j.ols I liauitt. South Los Angeles lots at IMS, half acres each. Maps at. salesroom of Southern Call fornia Land Co., Baker Block. Our own csrrieges at !>}i a. at daily. Camelline for picserving aud beautifying the complexion. White or pink. Price fifty cents. Absolute y Pure. This powdor never varies. A marvel of purity and wholesomeness. More econom ical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with tbe multitude of low test, slnrt weight, aium or phosphate powders. Sold only in can*. Hoyal Basing Powder Co., lOti Wall street, N. Y. mr9-lv IMPORTANT TO INVESTORS! Valuable Property LOW FIGUBES! Eighty acres choice land, two miles from the University; per acre $1350 Twenty acres fine damp land, on Western avenue; per acre 860 Forty acres—2o acres in fruit, soil sandy loam, ou Weste n avenue 12,000 Five acres iv Lick tract; choice prop erty, per aero 500 Ninety acres, tick trjet, in lots of 5, 10 aud 20 acres; per acre t;;."*i ami 400 Seventy acres in city limits, all sub divided into 316 lots; lots 50x140; I wide streets, 20-'oot alleys. At a great bargain. A chance to double investment. Twenty three acres, Marengo tract, Pasadena Fine tract for subdivision; at a bar gain Sixty-one feat on Spring st., with two : story building; now payiug good rate of interest, with prospect of large increase $87,000 Sixty feet ou Spring st.; a ti rat-clash Investment 25,0r0 Forty-nve feet on Spring St., with ' good building 76,000 i Sixty feet on Fort St.. 830 feet deep; 810,000 building; very near busi ness center; a No 1 inve'tment 40,000 Sixty feet in the best business block on Spring street 78,000 Fifty-four acres on Main street; fine property to subdivide 100,000 Forty-five thousand acres of land in the San Jacinto Valley; per acre . 15 I Four thousand acres choice agricul j tural land; per acre 12 50 f One hundred and twenty feet, corner I Pearl and Sixth streets 14,000 ' New houseand'ot, Thompsoustreet, i Ellis tract 4000 Five line lots in Ellis trsct; each 1000 Five hundred nnd sixty two acres land adjoining city limits; excel lent for subdivision; per acre 400 - One of the finest corner lots for a residence on Flgueroa street; a bargain Three lots. 180x190 to 20-foot alley, corner Flgueroa and Manhattan streets; elegant residence prop erty ; at a bargain — Two new hard-finished oottagea, one block from street cars, at a bargain. Several choice lots ou Flgueroa street at a bargain. Choice property on Washington street, near line of stroet cars, at a bargain. Choice acre tracts near city at a bargain. RUSSELL, COT& BRANDT, 31 West First street, New Los Anosi.ss National Bank Buildinb ! fle-tf 1 Excursion to Gladstone to-diy. ; cable. Here ia situated miSCKII.ANBOI'S. Joeßayer&Co's CALIFORNIA Wines and Brandies KENTUCKY WHISKIES The Finest and Purest in the Market, sWp-COME AND TRY THUM ihpohtiid I. IQUOHS. I Zlnfandel, Ulesllnar, Hock, GUTEDEL, PORT, SHERRY, ANGELICA, Muscat, Tokay, Etc. A 150,3 to 10 year-old Whisky for medicinal use. Tenuant's Ale, Ouinness' Porter, Finest French Brandies, Gin, Blackberry Wine, Blackberry Brandy, Cider, chant pague, etc. YOU CAN MAKE PURCHASES lly Ihe Kottlc, tiallon, Harrcl or Hosgahcnd. ALSO AGENTS FOR Peruvian Bitters! JOE BAYER & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS, 89 N. main Street, l.os Angeles. More Presents! WE HAVE RECEIVED ANOTHER LARGE INVOICE OF PRESENTS! To those who failed 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. Come early if you want an ELEGANT PRESENT —WITH ALI YOUR HOOTS AND SHOES. We have also received .another iuvoice of those splendid $2.75 Ladles' trench Kid Hulton Shoes. HEADQUARTERS Boot and Shoe House, 209 N. IVlalii St., Dowser Hlocli. FOR SALE, 100.000 Brick. At *li per 1000 if Applied for lm> mediately. At P. IIEAUnRY'*, aplotf Offica 201 New High St. iiEWIS BROS., SHOE UEILEBI. 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, •V Believe We are Exerclelus; True FlillantliropY. WE SELL NO GARVANZO REAL ESTATE fsT W»■ UIVI IT AW A V VK I, E ! -•»» Every purchaser will receive an equal opportuiiiiy to secure a lot for nothing. Our Boots and Shoes Are Marked in Plain Figures. WE HAVE BUT ONE PRICE, And wetre 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. mr22 6m ALHAMBRA TO THE FRONT. The Booming Suburb and the Equal of Pasadena! N~ow is the Time to Select a Home Site IN THE BEAUTIFUL DEL-GO-SHAR TRACT I Rig-lit at the Southern Pacific Railroad Station, And lacing Garfield Avenue, the splendid thoroughfare leading to the Kay. mond Hotel, on whioh 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 zones grow side by side, and where "health and plenty cheer the labor ing swain," and every one else so fortunate as there and enjoy its SALUBRIOUS CLIMATE and enchanting view 01 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 the enchanting San Gabriel Valley, only 7 miles from Los Augeloß, in easy driving dis tance, and the nearest stopping point for the Raymond Hotel tourist. gMT~ ! .v> CHOICE, LARGE! LOTS, covered with trees aud vines; Five Daily Trains each way: Mouutiin Water piped to every lot: well graded streets; near thes2s,ooo hotel and closs to schools and ennroUes. Prices low and terms easy. Call for plats and full particulars ou FRANCISCO, STUART & OKEY, Sole Agents, No. 120 WEST FIRST 5TREET.....?.... LOS ANGELES, CAL mrSltf WILL OPEN ON OR ABOUT MAY ioth, \\ South Spring Street (Nadeau Hotel), LOS ANGELES. apl7-rSm A Bargain in Cahuenga Lands. 200 Acres' of Cahuenga Foothill Land THREK JHI.Lr WKsf Ol' CITY I Mills, "With Fine View of City, Valley and Ocean ! £m*~ MICH SOIL, I PLENTY WATER ! NO FHONT ! fAI I PRICE PER ACRE, aU7ft. APPLY TO H. H. WILCOX & CO., 34 North Spring Street. spit—lm THE NEW UNDERTAKER. W. H. It ICHAH It g > .New Undertaking and Embalming Parlors, 10 West Sacand strott Beet goods and attention at reasonable J rices. Special facilities for caring or remains prior to shipment. lm*~ o "ice open day and night. Telephone 621. apl6 lm H.s.Hr&Co. stationers, PRINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS, BLANK-BOOK MANUFACTURERS, 215, SAN^RANCJSCO. SPECIU, ATTENTION TO Hunk Supplies, Stock Certificates BONDS, MAPS, VIEWS, Raisin Labels, and Labels of All Kinds, IeTsiIOW CAKUB.fH Address, for samples or estimates, W. A. VANOEBCOOK, Rkhiocht Aoknt, Nadeail House, toi Angelea, Cal. apl'2-lm | SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE AFFLICTED. M.HILTON WILLIAMS, M.1)., m. o. p. a. o , Continues to Treat all the Various DISEASES OF THE HEAD, THROAT AND CHEST, INCLUDING THE KYE, EAR AND HEART By His New and Complete System MEDICATED INHALATIONS, Combined With PROPER CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES FOR THE STOMACH, LIVER, BLOOD, ETC. Office, ITS North via in Slree i A few doors south of the new PostolEce! LOS ANGELES. ■ - - • CALIFORNIA BRONCHITIS. Acute llronchltla. This U en InUamctiou of the mucus membrane lining the Bronchial Tubes, aud is one of the most common of all ihe pul monary diteasM. It is a dangerous disease, as it prevents the oxygenation of the blood, and in many cases, particularly niter it passes into the chrontc stage, the subs'auee of the lungs becomes seriously involved, giving rise to what is very propeil/called Kronchtal Consumption. In ihe acute form I'm re is n lense of tightness or pressure across tho chest, with considerable wheez ing. severe cough and expectoration. Thli. is at first R white glairy roue ib, which after a time becomes purulent. Tho paliert in some cases is obliged to sit up In bed, the oppression across the chest is so groat, the skin is clammy and prostration rapidly sets in, and in fatal cases there will be mutter ing delirium, coma and death. Chronic Bronchitis. Chronic Bronchitis is also au inflamma tion 01 the mucus membrane of bronchial tubes. But tnls form more often occurs later in life, When a cold settles ou the lungs the disease either cuds in bronoMtia or pneumonia. If it ends in bronchitis, it U9'ua:ly passes stfsss cold in the cites!. p»<i still the patient does not feel entireiv well. He feels tired and languid, and is Incapa ble of taking his usual amount of exercise, and experiences a ihortnaM of breach with moro or less warmth iv the palms of bis hands. Soon after this a cough .- ppears, ac companied by an expectoration of thick mucus, followed by a hectic Hush, loss of llesh and Ittenfih, and night swe its con tinue, when the patient assum?* all the ap pearance of having a genuine case or con sumption. But this is simply catarrh of the lungs, or chronic bronchitis. Iv the latter stages of the disease the mu cus membrane of the larger bronchial tubes 60lteus, while the smaller tubes and air cells of the lungs tbe mucus membrane be comes congested and Inflamed. There are uocivitles or tubercles In the luugs, but me.ely a wasting away of tbe larger bron chial tubes, and death takes place from ob struction of the bronchial tubes and air cells of tbe lungs. The patient dies from exhaustion and aud suffocation, being una ble to expectorate the mucus which accum ulates In the passage leading to tho lungs, which in some cases Is Sticky and small iv quantity, but more commonly copious, of a light straw or yellowish green. Oftentimes streaksof blood mate their appearance iv 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 ilearand frothy and is i ot uncom monly tbe case that the patient dies iv cue of these attacks Humid bronchitis (from humere, to be moist) is so called from tbe profuse quanti ty of watery secretions which comes from the air passages ot the lungs. At times it beoomes quite ropy, like the whits of nn egg. This form of disease usually attacks old people Dry bronchitis. This disease, the very opposite of the above, is a very commou 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 treacherous complaint. This is the most insidious of all pulmonary diseases. There may at first be a slight hacking cough, and au expectrra tion <>f a bluish while mucus. And herein lies the danger. This mucus Inhabiting the air cells of the lnogs, being difficult to raise, after it becomes solidified, perma nently obstructing portions of tbe lungs, causing shortness ol 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 and comes ou in paroxysms, and as the shortness of breath Increases, it almost assumes the character of asthma. The mucus mem brane also becomes more and more thick ened, which arises from the frequent fresh cold, and Ihe patient at Inst becomes fully aware of the terrible changes that have ta ken place, and the inevitable results that arc 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 the one we must allay the Irritation, while in the other we must stimulate a healthy action. This will convince us of the necessity of fully underftauding the system of medicat ed inhalations in the treatment of the vari ous diseases of tbe pulmonary organs, for when properly applied th re is no system of medicine to be compared to lt. Persons desiring treatment by this system of prae'lee can use the remedy at home as well as at our office, and which will cause no inoonveuience 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 the chest and that 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 can do with tbe same success. Tho very best reference! from those al ready oured. CONSULTATION FREE. Those who desire to consult with me in regard to their cases bad better call at the nflice for consultation and examination, but, if Impossible to do so, can write for a copy of my medical treatise, containing a Hat of questions. Address If. HILTON WILLIAMS. M. D., SUSN. Nain St. Loa Angelea, Cal. Offio , hours from 9:30 a m. to 4 p. m.