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DAMTHBRAIiIJ. United States signal Service. T*Wf ggl| IM7 rMIS 06 81 « |8W J g ear Tjß7 r.M 30.01 66 52 " 1 l |eltr . Max. temp., 8L0; mtn. temp , W-0. The Illustrated Herald. A lull supply of the Annual Heralds are now on baud. Newsdealers and others should avail themselves at once to send iv their orders. No better evldcnoe of South ern Calltornlas advantiges could be sent to Eastern friends. News Notes. Marguerite Granlllo, convicted 01 manslaughter, wtll be sentenced to-day. The oase of P. Ganee, oharged with embesilement, will come np before Judge Choney to day. No more of the escapes were captured yesterday, but the oflicerj are on the lookout for tbem. Harrington and Purcell, lately sen tenoed to San Quentin. left for that in stitution yesterday, in charge of Deputy Sheriff Cooney. The timber for the new bridge of the California Central railway over the Arroyo Seco is on the ground, and is .being framed for use. The old shanties on the oorner of first and Fort streets are bfiog removed and work will at once commence on ihe new B yson building. The great excursion to Gladstone ad vertised In the Herald will ttke place this morning. It will be a fast tram and make the trip in forty minutes. Mores and Aballo, two youngsters who were lately convicted of being en gaged in a burglary at Anaheim, will be sent to the Industrial Home to-day. The numerous fiiends of John laz xarevieh will regret to learn of his seri es illness. On Thursday his condition was Very dangerou", bnt yesterday bis symptoms were more favorable. There will be at the Citholic church of Our Lady of Angels on Sunday even ing, April 24th, 7:30 f. M., an Italian lecture for all the Italians living in and near Los Angeles. The Illinois Association bas postponed ita regular meeting to March 30th, on account of the Flower Festival. A mock trial and extra good time ia in preparation for next Saturday night. Domingo Ame»toy, the proprietor of tbe buildiDg ou tho corner of Requena and North Main street, opposite the U. 8. Hotel building, will ereot a fine busi ness block in place of the one-story edi fice that now occupies that place. Bishop Wingßeld left for Benicia yes terday, having confirnv.d threo classes and addressed crowded congregations at Pasadena, East Los Angeles and Santa Monica. He expressed himself aa aston ished at the rapidity with which Los Angeles is growing. The various towns between San Ber nards o and Los Angeles on tne line of the California Central propose to cele brate 'the opening of tbe line in tine style. The battery of the U. S. A. headquarters in this city will be used to fire a salute on the occasion. The spectacle of all the members ot the Los Angeles County Teachers' Insti tute and visiting educators, making about three hundred or more persons, being obliged to climb two long flights of stairs into a badly ventilated room to bold their meetings, was humiliating to the ladies and gentlemen in attendance. The anathemas of the members were load and long. On Sunday morning at 10 o'clock there -will be a celebration of tha feist of St. Vincent de Paul at tbe titular church on Grand avenue and Washington streets. Tbe choir, consisting of Mrs. O. W. Cbilds, Mrs. J. J. Schallert. Mr. Hannah and Mr. Schallert, will render parts of Haydn's aud Yon Weber's masses. They will be assisted by a flute, violin and 'cello. The offertory piece selected is the trio from "Attilla," by Verdi. I'rof. Knell will presido ot the organ. Personal Mention. E. W. Robbins, of New York, is at the Pico. Captain E. VV. Blaadel, of Oakland, is i n the city. Mrs. \V. G. Curti«, of Sin Francisco, is at the Depot hotel. jf. A. McKee and wife, of Cincinnati, Ohio, are at the Pico House. jrjon. Charles Maclay, of San Fernan do, was in tha city yesterday. H. J» Harrington and wife, of Greeley, Colorado, are at the Grand Central. A. Andrews nnd wife, of San Fran oisco, are visiting Los Angeles. J. George and Charles Blunter, of New York,'are at the Pico House. Mr. J. S. Keefer, of the Grand View Hotel, Monrovia, was in the city yes terday. C. W. Thompson and F. T. Sather land, prominent mining men of Nevada, are in the city. H. W. Griewold, Postmaster at Sail Fernando, was in the city yesterday. He ia making valuable improvements at that plaoe. Mr. Geo. M. Stowe, superintendent of tbe Inter-Ocean Cold Storago Campany at Riverside, was in the city yesterday. A cold storage establishment will be built in this city at an early day. Don't Touch Them. Juat eighteen months ago a gentleman riding on Grand avenue, near Washing - ton street, noticed two fearful mudholes reaching clear across what would other wise he a very beautiful street. He took the trouble to inform the Superintend ent of Streets of these obstructions to travel. Yesterday the same gentleman drove out Grand avenne, and there, like two old familiar friends, were the mod holes—no smaller, no larger, but just the same. It was like a wanderer re turning home and finding the old place unchanged. Lots bad been graded, houses built, and a magnificent college erected in the vicirity, bat no ruthless hand had assailed the mudholes. The Kcntleman leaves to day for a live years' trip, and he asks as a personal favor that Mr. Pike let the mudholes alone, as he wants to see some familiar object when he retnrns. His request will most certainly be granted, if some fellow on Grand avenue who has no romance in his soul, and who wants to tell his prop erty, does not assume the expense cf till ing op the old landmarks. To-day! To-day! Our carriage!, at 9:30 a. H., to South l,os An ■ales. Halt acre lota, »160. Map* at sales tooaa of tha Soathern California land Com w+mj, Ms Morth Malm attest, Baker Block. LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. A PHIL" 23 . 1887. Gladstone. Grand excursion over the San Gabriel Valley Railroad to Ulsd-tooe, tho heart ol the Astua, ou Thursday 2tst, Friday 22d, aud Saturday 2»J. Tiah.a leave the Downey avenue bridge at 9:fo a. M The run to Gladstone Is about an hour. Mr. Fuller will meet the visitors with carriages and show them the new town. The more you sec ol it tbe better you will like it. Train leaves Gladstone for Los Angeles at I p.m. rare, round trip, t1.26. Carriages free. 0"r Mary Ann was cured of cough by Red Star Cough Curo. Only a quarter. No opiates. '1 lie liigxest Tblnsr This week will bo the Kays auction. The knowing ones will get iv ou bedrock and reap tho benefit ol the Seventh-street cablo boom. Head C. A. Sumner's advertisement. Sale ot lots and acre trncts at Gladstone to day. Train leaveß at 9:80. In their New (lunrtors. C andall. Crow A 0". are now a! 13:! aud 135 West Firststrc?t, with fullliao of stoves, mantels and grates. Ghirardelll's eagle chocol.it is tbo most popular drink Iv the market CONSOLIDATION. Kln-ht Liars In tne California Ventral Railroad company. As announced yesterday tbe main ob ject of the visit of General Manager C. W Smith, of tbe Atchison, Topeka and Santa W and W. F. White, general manager of the same road, was for the purpose of consolidating tbe system in this Slate under the title of tho "Cali fornia Central Railroad Company." Iv order to effect this consolidation it was necessary to call meetings of tho stock holders of the different lines included in the system. In accordance with the call the stockholders in the Los Augeles and Sau Gabriel Valley, the Los Angeles and Tort Ballona, and Ihe San Bernardino and San Diego Companies met on Thurs d»y in this city, and yesterday the stock holders in the San Jacinto Valley, the San Bernardino and Los Angclis, the San Bernardino Valley, and tbe River side, Santa Ana and Los Angelea com panies met in San Bernardino. Today at San Diego the last company will hold its meeting, and lo morrow Mr. Btnllß and party will return this city. The lines to bo consolidated are known at present as follows: The San Bernardino and L-s Angeles Railroad, the San Jacinto Valley Railroad, the Lis Angeles and Port Ballona Railroad, Ihe San Diego Central Railroad, the Riverside, Sa >ta Ana and Los Angeles Railroad, the Sau Bernardino Valley Railroad, the San Bernardino and San Diego Railroad and the Los Angeles aud San Gabriel Valley Railroad. lt is proposed to hold a celebration next week, when it is expected tbat the line betwoeu San Bernardino und this city will be opened. The last rail, when laid, will completo tho line be tween Kansas City and Los Angelee, and the occasion will be well worthy of a celebration. FUNERAL NOTICES ONE DOLLAR. LION-In this city, April s, I«JT. Jenny M. Lton. daughter of Gits pud Mary Lion, aged I years and 4 mouths. Funeral Sunday at 2:30 r. X., from the family residence, »« Hill street. San Francisco papers please copy. . sprat tt Another Democratic Vote. Yesterday Mr, Fclder Brown, one of tbe most popultr and enthusiastic young Democrats of Loa Angeles, attaiuel h.s majority and celebrated the event by civing a most delightful birthday paily at tbe family residence, No. 20 North Hope street. The eveninu was pleasant ly spent and the following young friends of Mr. Brown jjined iv most heartily wishing htm many returns of the h^ppy Emma Kittridge, M»ry Wick ershtm. Rose Osborne, Fannio Niabtl, Bessio Wiokersbam, Etta Smith, Mamie White, Daisy Vogel, Grace McDonald, ZalU Jones, Ella MorgaD, Idi Newktrk, lua Brown, Anita Brown. Messrs!. Gctz, Harry Williams, E lward Howard, Will Thornton, Chas. Vicke y, Chas. Scales Swayna Wickersham, George Wright, Will Russell, Willie Waste, Jerome Beebe and wife, Mr. I. Wickersham and wife, Johnnie Morgan, W. B. Stradlcy. The Nadeau Hop. Latt eveuiug a "social hop" was giv en at theNadeau House aud there were present a large number of the elite of Los Angeles. Iv honor of the occasion the dining room had been cleared aud the floor covered with canvass. In al most every available place choice flow ers were arranged and under the in fluence of ihe excellent musio the guests enjoyed themselves thoroughly, The festivities oommenoed abt v: nine o'clock and it was not until 12 o'clock tbat the medley was played. B.tween dances, ices and refreshments were daintily served and the fourteen numbers pa;; c 1 only too quickly. That tho occasion was so enj .yab!e was due to the efforts of Ed. E. Adams, H. M. G.llig, C. D. Baker, R. W. Burnham. W. JL. Growall, Gen. J. R. Mathews, C. R. Wagner and C. L. Fisher. The New City Hall. The Building Committee of the City Council met yeateacUy afternoon, Messrs. Frankenfield, Goss ami Jones, prasent. After considerable discussion it was decided to recommend to the Council that the Clark advertise for plans for one week for a building on tho lot or. Fort street, 180x165 feet; said building to cover asp ico of 140x140 feet. The plans will have to be in on or before June Ist, the Council reserving the right to reject all plans. A premium will be offered for tho best three •, lans present ed. Several other propositions have been handed in to the committee and they may come up for discission before the matter ia entirely fettled. "nrke's oo'ter strengthens and tonss the syaiein. Tho best malt liquor. Baleoflots and acre tracts at Gladstone to-day. Train leaves at 9:30. The enervation and lassitude of spring time are but indications of the sluggish ac tion of the blood, orerioaded with carbon ates accumulated by the use of heating food in winter. This condition may bo remedied by the use of Aycr's Sarsaparilia, the best blood pnrifler known. A Delicate Complexion. Charity covereth a multitude of sins, and so does a soft and youthful complexion. "If to her share some female errors fall Look in her laco and you'll lorgtt tbem all." Camelline is a hygenlo aud perfect beau tifler. A single t lal proves it. Camelline, white or pluk, price fifty cents. Sale of lots and acre tracts at Gladstone to-day. 1 rain leaves at 9.30. The flew Pasadena Road does right through the Bla Hill i tract. For a wedding present a lot will be a big in vestment for the son and heir. Auction by Bumaer, Wednesday, 27th of April. Henry Augustus is out again. St- Jacobs Oil cured bis rheumatism. Fifty cents. Quantity in medicine is no indication ol value. Ayer's Sarsaparilia is conceutrated and powerful; requires a smaller dose, and is more effective dose for dose, than any other sarsiparllla. It Is the best of all blood medicines. ■ To-day! To.duyl Our carriages, at 9:30 A, M., to South Los At geles. Half-sere lots, IIC.O. Maps at sales room of the S juthera California Land Com . pany, 244 Norlh Main street, Baker Block. Sale of lots snd acre traots at Gladstone to-day Train leaves at 9:30. I Just it Wink Will buy your choice at the Ela Hills tract Wednesday, 27th of April, which C. A. Sum ner will sell at auction. Fine If evidence Lots.' The wealth and fashion of the city will j build in the diroctlon of tbo City Park and the Seventh-street cable. Here is situated the Kays tract, which will be sold at auc tion Saturday, 23d instant, at 10 o'clock by C. A. Sumner & Co. Sale ol los and aore tracts at Gladstone to-day. Train leaves at 9:30. Rbirts made to order at Eagleson & Co.'s, 50 North Spring street. Startling- but True. Wills Point, Texas, December 1, 1885. Alter suffering for more thin three yesrs with disease of the throat and lunts, I got so iow last spring I was entirely unable to dornytblng, and my cough was so bad I scarcely slept any at night. My Druggist, Mr. H. F. Goodnight, sent me a trial bottle of DB BOSANKO'S COUGH AND LUNG SYBUP. I found relief, and after using six tl.oo bottles. I waa entirely cured. J M. WBLDBN. Sample bottle 5 cents at C. F. TO i INVESTORS! > Valuable Property ' AT LOW FIGURES! , Eighty acres choice laud, two -miles from the University; per acre $1300 Twenty acres fine damp land, on , Western avenue; per acre 860 Forty acres—lo acres In fruit, soil sandy loam, on Weste n avenue 12,000 five acres in Lick tract; choice prop erty; per acre 50k Ninety acres, Lick tr tct, in lots of 5, 10 and 20 acres; per acre KM and 400 - Seventy acres in city limits, all sub divided into 316 lots; lots 50x110; wide streets, 20-'ont alleys. At a f reat bargaiu. A chance to double nvestment . Twenty three acres, Marengo tract, Pasadena — ' Pine tract lor subdivision; at a bar gain — Sixty-one feet on Spring st., with two , story building; now paying good rate of interest, with prospect of large lnorease 187,000 [ Sixty feet on Spring st.; a first-class investment 26,00 1 Forty-five feet on Spring at., with I good building 75,00 C . Sixty feet on Fort St., 830 foetdecp; I »10,000 building; very near busi i ness center; aNo 1 iuve iment 40,000 81xty feet in tho best business block on Spring street 78,00.. Fifty-four acres on Main street; fine property to subdivide 100.0 CI Forty-five thousand acres of land lv the San Jacinto Valley; rcracre li Fonr thousand acres choice agricul tural land; per *icre .. a 12 50 One hundred and twenty feet, corner Pearl and Sixth streeta 14,000 5 New house and lot, Thompson street, Kills tract 4000 Five fine lots in F.Uls tr?ct; each ... 1000 Five hundred nnd sixty two acres I land adjoining city limits; excel lent for subdivision; per acre . 400 One of tbe flucst corner lots for a residence on Flgueroa street; a bargain - — Three lot«, 180x190 to 20-foot alley, corner Flgueroa and Manhattan streets; elegant residence prop erty; at a bargain Two new hard finish?d cottages, one block from street cars, at a bargain. Several choice lots ou Flgueroa street at a bargain. Choice proporty on Washington street, near line of street cars, at a bargain. Choice acre tracts near city at a bargain. RUSSELL, COT* BRANDT, 31 Wmi First street, Maw Los AMesus National Bans Bcildiho I fUMI * MISCKLI.ANKOI S. Joeßaycr&Co's CALIFORNIA Wines and Brandies' KENTUCKY WHISKIES ARB The Finest and Purest in the Market, flgP»OOktl AND TRY THEM '"^H IMFOKTI'D LIQUORS. Xlnfandel, Hlosllue;, Hock, GI'TEDF.L, PORT, SHERRY, ANGELICA, Muscat, Tokay, Ero. Also, 3 to 10 year-old Whisky for njedfeinr.; use. Tenuant's Ale, Guinness' Porter, Finest French Brandies, Gin, Blackborry Wine, Blackberry Brandy, Cider, Cham pagne, etc. DIED. Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity and wh.ilesomeuess. More econom ical than th" onlfiaty kind", an i cannot be sold iv competition with the multitude pf low test, short weight, ai»m or phosphate powders. Sold MU t* JAW* ROTAI. Basing Powder Co . 106 Wall fctrect, N. Y. mrO-ty ASK FOR THE BEST IN THE WORLD! M tNCFACTf'RED r.Y 3§3SS SAN FKANCIBUO. a pi s—Bm IMPORTANT YOU CAN MAKE PURCHASES Br the Bottle, Uallon, lsarrel or Hosgehcnd. ALSO AGENTS FOR Peruvian Bitters! JOE BAYER & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS, 80 !V. Main street, l.os Angeles. More Presents! WE HAVE RECEIVED ANOTHER LARGE INVOICE OF PREBENTSI To those who .'ailed to receive their presents during the past week we would say that if you will come to us now we will give you all your proscnts. Come early if you want an THE NEW UNDERTAKER. W. 11. It I C II I II II S' New Undertaking and Embalming Parlors, 10 West Second street Best goods and attention at reasonable prices. Special facilities for caring lor remains prior to shipment. aT«T~Oltiee open day and night. Telephone 624. aplO lm l.S.CiDGlier&co. SWIOHERS, PRINTERS, UT^fe ERB » BLANK-BOOK MANUFACTURERS, 215,217,219 BUBH BTREET, san^Amjjsco. BPECIAL ATTENTION TO Hank Supplies, Stock Certificates BONDS, HAPS, VIEWS, Raisin Labels, and Labels of All Kinds, Address, for samples or estimates, W. A. VANOEBCOOK, Bbsideht Aoknt, NadesH House, I.os Augeles, Cal, apl2-lm LEWI!) Hit ON., SHOE UEAI.ERS. A Home for Nothing! ■ L_ 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, Believe Wo are Exercising True Philanthropy-. WE SELL NO GARVANZO REAL ESTATE itw- wv. iiri it aw a v riiil 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 »vo re the only BOOT and SHOE HOUSE in California tbat 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. mrZl 6m 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 Illglit at the Southern Pacific Railroad Station, And lacing Garfield Avenue, the splendid thoroughfare leading to the Ray. raond Hotel, oa 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 zones grow side by side, and where " health and plenty cheer the labor ing swain," and every one else so fortunate as to livo there and enjoy its SALUBRIOUS CLIMATE and enchanting view of valley, and mountain. "DEL-GO-SHAR," which means place of plenty, tells tho 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 Angeles, in easy driving dis tance, and the nearest stopping point for the Raymond Hotel tourist. ELEGANT PRESENT —-WITH A LI YOUK BOOTS AND SHOES. have also received;anotber Invoice cf those splendid $2.75 Ladles' French Kid llntlou shoes. HEADQUARTERS Boot and Shoe House, 808 IV. Main St., Downey Block. FOR SALE, 100.000 Brick. At SB per 1000 if Applied for Im mediately. At P. BG4VDBDS, ap!6tf Office 201 New High St. ryi so CHOICE, LAROE LOTS, covored with trees aud vines; Five Daily Trains each way Mouotrin Waterptped to every lot; well graded streets; near the 425,000 hotel and close to schools and churches. Prices low aud terms easy. Call for plats and full particulars on FRANCISCO, STUART & OKEY, Sole Agents, No. 120 WEST FIRST STREET LOB ANGELES, CAL ■MUM WILL OPEN ON OR ABOUT MAY ioth, \\ South Spring Street (Nadeau Hotel), LOS ANGELES. J r o apl7—3m A Bargain in Cahuenga Lands. 200 Acres of Cahuenga Foothill Land THREE RULES WEST OF CITY I 111 ITS, With Fine View of City, Valley and Ocean I f oT-Kit II SOU. I PLBKTT WATER i NO I HOS I ! PRICE FEB AOBE, •!*». APPLY TO H. H. WILCOX & CO., 34 North Spring Street. ap!6— lm I CATARRH! Throat Diseases. Bronchitis. Asthma CONSUMPTION, Together with diseases cf Ilia Eye, Ear and Heart, Successfully fronted by M.Hilton Williams, M. D., M.C.P.S.O. No. 273 main Street, LOS ANGELES. - CALIFORNIA A few doors south ol the uew Poaiofflco. All diseases ol the respiratory organs treated by the most improved Medicated Inhalations, combined wilh proper consti tutional remedies for tbe liver, stomach, blood, etc. Probably no system of practiceever adopt ed haa been so universally sncee alul as tbat introduced by Dr. Williams lor tbe cure ol Catarrh, Throat Discascß, Bronohitts, Asthma»and Consumption. Over "5,000 cases treated duripg the past twenty years for some form of bead, tbroat or lung trouble. The following Is a sample of the hundreds of flalt'.riug testimonials giveu: Los Anorlks, Cal., Sept 24, 1S«. Dn. M. Hilion Williams: 1)k n SIR—I have beeu contemplating for some time past making a statement ol my case nnd the benefits I ha»e derived from your treatment, remembering how glad I would have been could I have seen some' thing ol the kind Irom a person iv tho clt7 to whom 1 could have referred when I brst came to Los Angeles from my homo iv New York Mate. I had b.en sufforlng forscvcral years with what various physicians In the East pro nounced ' chronic ulcerated laryngitis." I spent considerabe time at tbe Clifton Sani tarium, and employed the best medical skill I could Hud, all without any perma nent bcutfit, aud, as a last resort, our :am ly physicini rtcommecdeil Los Augeles For a time I Improved, and tnen I b ;gan to go backward, and all my former symptoms, returned. Through a medical Mond I was Induced to try your trea ment, which I did A .'gust 29,1581. I became very much dls:oaraged at this, but persevered, as I lei; nlmo-t des perate and kuew of uothlug c.s i to iurn to. Jdy thror.t trouble being aggrava:ctl by a 'njui stomach difficulty, mid? H very oMtiuate to deal with, But ftl last. nficV persevcrlnt! for o tltrlt; with th; use ol your remedies; 1 cobsldef I am permanently cured. If this will bo of any value to f!m, you are at perfect liberty to uso it; a'so to refer any oue to my mother, my husband, or myse! f. Very truly yoirs, MR). 1.1). WIL*?, b'll Olive St., Los Anjeles, Cal. Riverside, Oct 17, l?ff>. To tbe many testtnioulals won by Dr. Williams lt gives mo pleasure to adi my own to the list st h ghly iv his favor. For nearly two years I had , een suffering Irom throat and luns trouble, brought ou by ca tarrh. Had fled many remed'ei In the meantime, but found only temporary re lief. Alter two mouths' treatmout, pre scribed by Dr. William', my cough loft me altogether, and I now have no pain In my throat or lungs as formerly. I cannot speak 100 high'v of the benefits I have tec ived, and shall ever be grateful to oue who la worthy of tho highest recommendation. MIS) MINSIK II HARKH, River<tde, Cat. Fro-u Rev. L X P.-kc, r.'».. l-ic'aent A! blou College, Aiu.u. ( .:»-:h., -art.i pastor Central M. E. church, Detroit, Mich,and editor of the Christian Advocate : lm. WltMAni— I ear But: I am glad to add my testimony to tLe efficacy ol the treatment mv sou has n ceived. Iv tho iptlnfof 1>77, my sou, then at the age of twenty three, was suffering Irom a severs attack uf the bronchia' tubes and lungs, so as to be compelled to keep bis room, and tbe most of the limo ids bed. Witliiu the spice of two weeks he > xperienced about a dozeu hemorrhages, from which the ordinary remedie; afforded but temporary relief. I applied to you who supplied him with In haling medicines, which efftctert an imme diate arrest of tbe bleeding, and which has never occurred since bo began tho inhala tion. L X- FIiKS. From Rev. John Russell, formerly pastor ol the Sixteenth-street M. E. church, De troit. Mich., afterwards presiding elder of the Marquette district of tho M.chlgau con ference of the M. E. church: M. Hii.toh Williams, M D. Mv Dear Sir: Somewhat over a year ago my son, Wm. A. Busts!', tnen iv his 21at year.bad two violent a tacks of hemorrhage ol the lungs, none of which he his had since be began tbe use of your remedies, followed by ex'reme prostration aud nerv ous debility. Iv truth, to my judgment and to tbat of others weo kuew him Intimately, his symptoms indicated a rapid decltueand an early death by pulmonary consumption. But under your treatment he has so far re covered as to be able to labor as usual. I attribute his improved condition, under Qod. to your medioal skill and method of treating dleea es of this nature. With the elncerost prayer that God may render your professional service a blessing to many < tliers who arc s'mllarly attiiotert. I am Yours very Irulv. J_.'lN KI'SBKLL. From Rev. B. t. Austin, A. M . B. D . Prlncip .l A ma Ladles' College, St. Thomas. O it.. M. Hilton Williams, M. D : My Dear sir:—la September last I con tracted a severe cold, which set.led upon my lungs, quite seriously affecting tho le.'t one. 1 had a very bad cough, accompanied by expectoration, Indicative of Pulmonary Phthisis. My strength decrea-ei and spir its sink very low, and when I nailed upon jou, I was in doubt whether any medical treatment would avail in my case Under your tre:.tment I have already recovered my wonted strength and health. My strength has Increased, mv cougb has ceased, and in every way 1 feel much ben efited by your treatment. You are at perfect liberty to use these statements as you pleise. P. F. Austin, Principal Alma Ladles' College, Su Thomss, gnu Rev. W. H. Poole, I). D, at present of De troit, Mich., but formerly of Toronto, and well known in tbe Methodist Cnurch through ut Ontario, says: DR. Williams—Dear Sir: During the past few years I have had many opportunities of hearing of the effects of your system of in halation upon persons afflicted with throat and lung trouble. A large number of per sons of my acqaintanee are strong In their commendation of the system, it had afford ed tbem help when from the use of other systems there seemed to be no help for tbem. If this will meet the ej eof any of ray friends lv Canada who may be bene fitted It will be to me a source oi pleasure Yours very truly. W. It. Poole, 427 Fourth Avenue, Detroit, Mich. Dr M. Hilton Williams: Sir:— Having bad some of the In halation System of treatment In my lamily, I am pleased to record my judgment lv it* favor for tbe treatment of diseases of the Head, Throat and Lungs, I am thoroughly conviuced with tbe medical fraternity that It Is tbo true method for direct and success ful treatment of Head, Tbroat and Lungs. J. W. German, Methodist Minister, of Petrol'ia.Ont., Nov. 17,1892. From Key. John A. Hoegii, pastor of the German Lutheran Trinity church, 377 Gratiot avenna. Detroit, Mich., whose dang'iter was anTloted with citarrh and cou- S lmntlon: Uk. M. Hilton Williams: Dear Sir—l take p'.oasure iv certifying to the cure of my eldest daughter, who, in 1871, was a irreat sufferer w'tli a disease ot the head, throat and lungs. Her catarrh had troubled her for some years, and to all appearance tbe disease had brought her near the grave. She had taken much med icine, but It proved to be of no avail. I confided her to your care. Thank God, through your rational and skillful treat ment, she was soon restored to wrfect health BKV. JOHN A. HUEGLI -377 Gratiot aye , Dotrolt, Mich Los Anoelrs, Cal,, Nov 20, ISBG. Miss clan Fooshee, who lives near the Templo-Rtreet reservoir, says: "When I be gna treatment with Dr. M. Hilton Williams, June 14,1881, the doctors said I was lv the second singe of consumption. They also io,l my relatives that I could not live long. I was very bad et that time, couahirg large quantities of pus from my lung where the cavity existed. As soon as I began treat ment with Dr. Williams 1 began to improve, and In a few months I entirely recovered my health, which has continued permanent lv every p<rticul«r, although it Is now over two yei.ru since I was treated by him " Persons desiring treatment by thla system of practice can use the remedies st home as well as at our offioe. and which will oause no 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 both lungs sre seriously Involved. Even then tbe Inhalations aid ua lv dissolv ing the mucus aud In contracting aod heal ing the cavities, which nothing else can do with the same success. The very best references from those al ready cured. CONSULTATION FREE. Those who desire to consult with me In regard to their cases had better call at the office for consultation and examination, but, if Impossible to do so, can write for a copy of my medical treatite, containing a list of questions. Address M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D., 276 N. Msln St. Los Angles, Oal. OAce hours from U:3O a m. to 4 r m.