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The Illustrated Herald.
A full SUPPIy Ot the ANXOAI- HSBALDS
.M-on hand. Newsdealers and other.
at once to .end In
££«d"- No better evidence of J ouU.
iraCalltornl.'. advance, could bo r-ut
to Kastern friends.
This owning at the Opera House the
commencement ex.roi.es of the H.gh
achooi will take place.
C O Brown was arrested yesterday
bail in the snm ot $<50.
John Cloys commenced suit m the
United Stales. District Court yesterday
.Uiuet the British ship J. * • lbroop to
recover $150 for wage..
Tho buying committee of the City
Council M meet to-morrow morning at
ioTclock to °°'" idßr 1Q lhe
plan for the new City Hall.
Geo W Hughes commenced suit in
the U. S. Circuit Court yesterday to
SS»C Cawthin -r,. of the
•lejunga ranch, worth P«'
Wm Franktl commenoed suit ia the
United States Di.tr.ot Court yesterdsy
attain.! tho Bark Klsinore to recover
f% famished it. master for suppl.es.
provisions, etc . .
Tho sale of K. M. Frink's subdivision
of tho Valeniuela traot last Saturday
was one of the largest on reoord, $67,350
worth of lota being sold within three
Z£n. L. M. Griaer 4; Co. conducted
The master of the ship Andora
Hied an answer in the United States
District Court yesterday in the case of
D W Weldt vs. the ship Andora to re
oo'vor for services performed as pilot in
entering the harbor of San Pedro.
The alarm from box « last night at
eight o'clock was tales. Some individ
ual opened the box and turned in the
leaving the key in tbe box. Some
punishment should be imposed upon
those who trifle with the fire alarm.
Tho examination and exhibition of
the pupils of the Arroyo Seco French
school will take placo to day. F.xamina
tion begins at 8 a m. and continues till
9 r, St., after which the exhibition com
menoes and will continue till 5:43 P. M.
Residents in the neighborhood of First
and Main streets complain about the
orowd of rough characters that contin
ually congregate about the corner. It is
said that ladies will sooner walk several
blocks around than pas. through the
The Real Estate Reporter is a new
oaadidate for publio favor in Los An
gelas, with J. E. Sutton as editor. A.
it will give a fuU report of all real estate
transactions in this county, it will be a
valuable publication and one which will
bo road with interest. '
Mrs. Casbio, tho accomplished wife of
John Casbio, of the Uoion Ice Company,
accompanied by her daughter, Miss
Maggie, is paying Los Angele. a visit.
Yesterday the ladies, accompanied by
Mr. Cashin, took a long drive lo Arcadia
and through all the interesting and beau
tiful parts of the San Gabriel Valley.
Mrs. Cashin ia greatly surprised at the
country and thinks what little she has
seen a veritable paradise. The ladies
will visit every point of intorett here and
in San Bernardino and San Diego coun
ties and then return to their home iv
Harry H. Castle, of San Francisco, is
in the city.
Mrs. J. Irvine, of San Francisco, U at
the St. Elmo.
Constable Aguirre is rusticating at the
E. Records and family are stopping at
the Long Beach.
H. V M Berry, of San Francisco, ia in
Loe Angeles on a business trip.
Barney Benjamin, of San Dif RO, spent
Sunday with his brother "Benny," the
Tribiui ' sporting editor.
B. F. Weston and family, of Oakland,
have been stopping for some time at the
Don Pedro Fossas, an old pioneer and
respected citizen of San Francisco, is in
the oily on » visit. Mr. Fossas has
large real estate interests in Los An
geles. His presence is on business and
pleasure combined, He is stopping at
We will flrat mention a line of crinkled
striped Seersuckers at 5c a yard. We can
not pan this Item without a few remarks,
thla llue of goods has never before been
placed on sale iv our house, and although
we hare '.WO yards, we cannot promise
that there will be one yard left after 10
o'clock. The. value of this material is i'/jc
And all linen checked towel at Sc and al
ways retailed at inc.
All our staudand prints at I '«o a rant.
An extra large size bath towel at 10c,
American sateens at 10ca yard, worth 15c
oft: |gf OOOOS OEP.YRTMI'.NT.
In this department we offer an [extraord
inary bargain. Our window contains a Hue
of diagonal shades at 15c a yard. They are
double fold and wool filling. Our usual
price for them is 25c a yard.
An all wool double fold nuu's veiling at
'25c a yard. Just 10 pieces in all.
Our entire stock ot summer silks at flea
yard. Assorted qualities aud wortli as
high as 75c a yard.
Our 51.35 grade of black gros grain dress
silk will be sold to-day atoßc a yard.
A cotton dress go ds, just the thing for
beach wear, 5c a yard, worth inc.
oca hosikuv MrAJtiMurt. »■'
Ladles solid colored hose, :'/ t c a psir,
Ladies fancy hose, extra quality, 10c v
pair, worth 20c.
Children's solid colored French ribbed
hose i :-'»c a pair, worth 25c.
Children's solid colored, ribbed hose 5 to
••;». at 5c a pair, worth 10c. «
Ladies Lisle thread hose, 25c a pair, worth
Ol'K t'NPBRWKAIt bt:t'ARTMENi.
Ladies muslin nightgowns, 25c, worth Ore.
Ladies heavy J, N. Corsets, 45c, worth 760.
Sail's health coisets 75c, worth Il.tS.
500 bone corsets, 9ac, worth 11.15.
Ladles Balbrlggan vests, silk hound and
silk stitched 25c, worth 50a.
Black s'.lk sun umbrellas 08c, worth SI.
Pungee silk parasols, lace trimmed and
lined |)75, worth 13.95.
Boy's knee pants 49c. worth 95c.
16 button length pure spuu silk gloves at
49c a pair. These goods have never been
sold for less than i 1.26 at the lowest. We
have just 60 pair. First come, first served.
Ladies gauntlet driving gloves at. 19c a
6 yard pieces of ruchlng Sfl a yard,
worth 10c. raorui iToaa,
Water piped to every lot.
Bale of (tuning, il uobdt.
Special sale of damaged dry goods at the
Boston Dry Goods Store, 71 aud 73 North
Spring street. Having made every satisfact
ory settlement with the insurance, uompauy
for tbe damage to my wholesale stock by
water at the late fire, I shall place on sale
at my retail store ou Wcduesday morning
.luue22d, the entire stook of wetgaods at
prices that will Insure au immediate sale.
These goods are dumaged by water only.
J. W. BOHINHON.
To-day—Wave Crest, the Nob Hill ol
Sale of goods damaged by late fire at Bos
ton d ry goods store. :
GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER.
(rank Avers Convicted of Kill-
Imsj Cowlee' Baby.
The case of Frank Ayers, obarged
with the murder of the Cowles baby,
came np for trial before Jadge Cbeney
yesterday morning. Tbe testimony of
fered was similar to that at the inquest
and at the preliminary examination.
Kx-Oilicei P. W. Deckman reported tbat
he had seen Frsnk \yers, after having a
tight with Pedro Garcia, strike at Mrs.
Cowles and bit the baby, which was in
her arms, on the left side of its head
and on its side. Pedro Garcia testified
that he did not see Ayers strike tbe
baby, bnt that Mrs. Cowles dropped it
daring the fracas. \V. G. Miller testi
fied that hs had witnessed the whole
fight, but had not seen Ayers strike the
baby. Defendant Frank Ayers testi
fied that he had not struck tbe baby,
and tbat he bad no trouble with Mrs.
Cowles on that day. Mrs, Cowles testi
fied that Ayers had not bit the baby,
and thought it died from injuries re
ceived while she was being dragged out
of the house by the officer. The jury
in the case, after deliberating for half
an' hour, returned a verdict finding
Frank Ayers guilty of manslaughter.
The Central Baptist Church.
On (he 14th of June the Central Bap
tist Church of Loa Angeles completed
the second year of its existeoee as a
oharoh. At the time of organization I
the membership numbered 18. Not one
of this number ever had been connected
with any religions body in this oity.
This chnroh did not spring "from the
root" of any one oburob, nut was the
result of a spontaneous union of Bap
tists from different psrls of tbe United
States. The present number is 156.
Most of the accessions, like the con
stituent members, brought their letters
from distant localities. The churoh
owns a valuable lot in the central por
tion of the oity, and at no distant day
expects to own its own hones of wor
Bee the flower farm, aud Judge how plants
arrow than. 1
L.OS ANGELES DAILY II EH A LP, JUNE 22, 1887.
For a Hotel.
Ike Heeling of ">< Conncll-A
The University Council met yesterday ,
kfterooon in the chapel of the new build- l
ing. After an Appropriate prayer by <
Dr. Breeee, Judge R. M. Widuey, Pros- j
idcnt of the Council, explained the ,
method in which.the financial affairs of i
the University are handled, and said '
that the great object was to carry the 1
education to the masses, so that home }
Influences might bo united and that all i
snight be given the advantage of the
higher educational facilities offered by
the various departments.
The President of the University, Rev.
M. M. Bovard, then delivered the an
nual address on the plane of the Uni- !
versity for promoting secondary educa
tion. Dr. Thompson was the next
speaker. Judge R. M. Widney
announced that ten-niiuute speeches
were in order. Professor Dickinson
followed. The speaker deprecated tbe
tendency of tbe time to put aside
the studies of Greek and Latin, and
to replaue them with olher studies. He
said that lireek and Latin were the sub
structure of all human learning.
"Why," said he, "when I was Dicken
son, and the diguitied Judge on the plat
form was plain Bob Widney, and we
w ere pounding a» ay at Homer and going
for Cicero, we were laying solid founda
tions, and in bim, at least, the training
shows." The spvaker referred to the
wonderful improvements of the last
twenty years in the methods of teaching,
and said tbat tbey at least equalled the
improvements in tbe arts and sciences.
"The direotors have informed me that I
have been elected curator of the museum.
I have one suggestion to make, tbat cu
rator be spelt, creator. Iv our museum we
have a stuffed snake skin, a pair of deer's
horns,sooo minerals.aboundiug hopesand
great expectations. I hereby call upon
overy Southern California ranchero,
every proprietor and every ii cipient
town builder to send iv specimens.
In our library'we have about '200 vol
umes of public documents, and not
mu"h else. We need 810,000 to put into
a 1 b ary, to buy bonks, aud uot old gov
ernment reports that have no more to
do with tbe education of young men
than Darwin's monkey lias with the man
in the moon. We want to give the
young man a refuge from those cotkinu
cares that mean the least when they
clatter the loudest.
Rev. Mr. Golburn, Presiding-Klder of
the San Diego district, next spoke en
couragingly and hopefully of the schools
in his county. He said that in a very
short time Sau Diego county will be a
Methodist empire. Prof. Sbrader of :he
chair of chemistry and physics said h ■>
department sadly needed implements,
having had this year only a wooden
toothpick and a jack-knife
Judge Widney theu called for reports
from tne schools of the various districts,
and Mr. Chase, of San Diego, one of the
gentlemen who made reports, in the
course of bis remarks said that the
greatest danger to our Republic is the
fact that the Bibie is being pushed out
of our schools.
The following officers were then elect
ed for the ensuing >ear: President,
Judge R. M. Widney; Vice President,
Mr. Chase, of San Diego; and Secretary,
Mr. Roberts. Mr. Bresee was appoint
ed by the President to deliver next
year's anuual address.
The linanoial report shows the Uni
versity to be rsry soh'Jly backed. There
is $100,000 in interest-bearing funds and
over $1,500,000 in bonds uot yet sold.
The alumr of the university on last
evening tendered a most delightful re
ception a', the residence of Or. binsa
baugu to the jraduatiug clast, which
consists of the following members:
Frank Sigler, Frank K. Robinson, Helen
P. Barnett, Fannie Tarr, Sadie Johnson,
Lily Markfr, Bertha Lindley. Jesse W.
Curtis, Lena S. Tufts, Rosa Harrison.
Miss Emma Sinsab .ugh entertained in
a most charming manner, and tbe oc:a
sion was one which will linger long in
the memory of the young graduates.
The beautiful residence waa decorated
with rare taste, aud the collation was
enjoyed by those present.
The Pacific Land improvement Company
hare platted and will soon place upon the
market this bewltohing sea-side resort.
Its beauty is known to Californlans as ex
ceeding anything on this coast A mag
nlfioeut hotel site on the bluff, IS feet
above the sea has been set apart. This
will be deeded to the companyor Individu
al who will enter Into contract to construct
within four months, a hotel to cost not less
than $50000.00. Tbe most costly bulfdlng
will secure this prise. Address Geo. H.
Fullcrton, President P.L.I. Co., room 21
Wilson Block, Los Angeles, Cal., or W. H.
Holabird.Gen. Agt., Santa Ana, Cal. tf
Street railway, and buildings to be built.
By a resolution passed by the Board of Di
rectors a street railway ia to be commenced
Immediately on Olive aveuue, aud com
pleted as soon as possible: also ten more
new buildings to be commenced and com
pleted as fast ss men and material can be
provided, as the demand lor buildiugs is
far in excess of the supply.
50 Acres, aVtaOO.
104 acres, $20,800. In city limits. See ad.
<j. W. Johuston and T E. Rowan.
• mo, asoo, anon i
On easy terms. Ela Rill's traot, iv city
Rattled inter Beer
Of Philadelphia Brewery, unsurpassed in
flavor and purity, delivered to any part of
the city at $1.20 per dozen. If bottles return
ed. Leavo orders at No. 49 N. Spring street
or telephone N0.91, to Philadelphia Brew
ery, 238 Ailso street.
The choice cheap acre property In the
Providenela Ranch, which will be offered
in the odd blocks st exiremely low prices
at the office of the company, No 12 South
Spring street, on Monday morning, June
Burbank ha. to-day the most steady
boom of any towu in lower California,
excepting Pasadena and Monrovia, which
it will soon rival. Call at the office, 12
South Spring street, and see if this state
ment is not verified.
To day' To-da> ! To-day To-day'
To-day! To-day! To-day!
Today! To-day! Today'
Today! To-day! Today'
Wave Crest Excursion'
Wave Crest Excursion'
Wave Crest Excursion!
# Save Hent.
Lot coxlso to rent for *l permonth for two
years; or five acres and four-room home
forSlO per month. Blacksmith shop for
S2.nO per month. See Chas. Victor Hall,
room 5, 41 South Spriug street. Lots for
$I'o each, very easy terms. Call to-day at 2
a, m .
Kan ('cam Ha all Hou.c.
Floating dressing rooms, stingaree proof
Best locatiou in the bay; close to railroad
depot. All modern improvements Boats
rented for fishing and other purposes.
MRS. F. Bl'll RLE, Proprietress.
Streets aud avenues all graded: water
pined to every lot. Ten houses and stoics
to be erected this month. Secure lots before
the rise at % rirst street. Wkiskndanuir
Sauta Monica. Grand concert every Sun
day. Meals, coM luncb.es and refreshments
of all kinds. Wieland s celebrated beer on
This powder never v.ries. A marvel
purity and wholesomeuess. More econom
ical than the ordinary kind., and cannot be
sold in competition with the multitude of
low teat, abort weight, amm or phosphate
powders. Som only in cans. royal
Baking Powiikb Co., 106 Wall street, N, Y.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The'only Optical Manufacturing Establlsh
ment lv Boutheru California,
Los Angeles Optical Institute,
ManofactuTDg and Scientific Opticians
Importers and Dealers In
Optical & Mathematical Instruments.
Adjusting of Spectacles and Eye Glasses,
and Grinding of Lenses to order our spe
cialty. Tbe most complicated cases of de
fective vision thoroughly diagnosed free of
Repairing- of All Kind. Done.
61 NORTH MAIN ST. P O. BOX NO. 104. j
je6lm I.OS A NUCLEI., CAI..
DlUl.t lllltt Of
Los Angeics, Pasadena and Vicinity,
THE STATEMENT HAVING BEEN ClR
culated that our Directory will not be
issued, we take this method of informing
our subscribers and the public that
HOOK WILL BE DELIVERED IN ABO IT I'
TEN DAYS, It has been carefully prepared
and compiled, and will be found the most
complete and reliable work of the charac
ter ever Issued in the county, containing a
perfect register of Societies, public and
pilvate, State, City and Couuty Officials,
and a greater number of names than any
other book; also, a reliable street guide and
a map of Los Angeles, compiled from the
latest surveys, free to our patrons.
W. ii. i.. (lORHAN, Publl.her.
je'-MMt OFFICE, IB North Main Streeet.
Telegrams remain uncalled for at the
Western Union Telegraph office, 17
North Main street, held for want of
proper address for the following persons:
Alex. MtGresr, Mrs. Clara Foliz, Dao'l
McCntdy, Mrs. C. L. Wells, A. 0. Col
lins, T. J. Meyers, V. C. Sanford. Peter
Aguirre, Julian B. Smith, J. W. Mo
Nulty, W. W. Oi erholser. Eugeue Bau
man, E. G. Snyder, Mrs. 1). Danielson,
H. M. Jameson, P. J. Keller anil L. C,
An Extra Day at the People's
Pure Water in Los Angeles.
I HAVE BEAUTIFUL LOTS roR SALE OS
One Block from the Horse Can, near trie Center ol Town; *
Loti High end Sightly at Less than Aore Prlcea.
XeOts S1 BO to 9300!
, . EACH ON EASY TERMS
OT An abundant supply of PURE WATER at high pressure laid in front of each
lot without extra charge The only traot now ou sale lv the city which commands a
bountiful supply of pure water. For maps aud free carriage, see
10 CO I XT STREET, KOORIs II AND 12. IMS 0t.11.15, CO..
H. MOSGROVE & CO.
CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION
To their new spring stookof READY-MADE
Wash Suits, at remarkably low price..
White Lawn Suits for S3.SO
White Emb'd Lawn Suits for *5.00
Percale Buits for «c.. r »<t
Cambric Suits for SA.OO
Satccu Suits from 537.30 to nIO.OO
Just opened, our new spriug stock of Jer
seys at uuusually low prices.
100 doz. all-wool coat-back Jer
seys, for tJl.OOeacu
75 doz. all-wool, coat back, taf
lor llnlshedjerseys, in black,
garnet, navy, seal-green,car
dinal and tan for tjl.SO each
The latest Eastern craze, the new seaside
Jersey, in all the leadlug color, in stripes
and checks, something very nobby and
entirely new. at SHS.SO each. These
goods to be had only from
H. MOSItROVE & CO.
Cloak and Suit House,
21 South Spring St.,
my'2l Adjoiuing the Nadeau Hotel
111 COIN 111
THE GOD THAT RILES THE UNIVERSE,
Aud whose power is most potently seen
at our establishment, where a little
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Buys a great deal of good, fine shoe
leather We are still driving those really
elegant Ladies' French Kid Button Shoes at
and we are raging in
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By selling Ladies' Goat Button Shoes at
81 25, and a little
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Only SI 75, will buy a Gents' Congress
Gaiter, aud only 50c worth of
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Will buy an lulaut's French Kid Button
Shoe at the only
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
209 N. MAIN STRKBT.
RIECKER, RUBER, MCCULLOCH & CO.
LIIBVEYING AND ENGINEERING BU
sl reau. Office, No. 25 Tumple Btreet.
H. O Box 4"l. Engineering, Surveying,
Draltiug and Blueprinting. je7—lm
$200 Per Acre in the City of Los Angeles.
104 Acres Improved Land at $200—One-half cash.
THIS BEAUTIFUL TRAOT lies on the proposed extension of Griffin avenue, and comprises the most
picturesque slopes facing the Arroyo Seco and the Pasadena road. It is all fenced; fine spring; large olive or
chard; 7000 eucalyptus trees; cotta c and stable. Near th« mains af the MOUNTAIN WATER, which can be
piped over the tract at very small expense. Magnificent graded Bite for a hotel. For sale entire. A rare chance
FIFTY AORES IN CITY LIMITS for $7500. Also, five lots in block which faces on Downey avenue. On
corner; fruit and ornamental trees j commanding view. A charming location for a residence—s lots for ifltOOO;
APPLY ON PREMISES TO
GEO. W. JOHNSTON", Downev .A-verme and AJta Street,
■C. SI. ROWAIV, 114 39sTor>tH Bprin« Street.
Niooll, the Tailor.
PANTS TO TO ORDER
No. 68 Ncnh Main Street, U. S. Hotel Building.
13 NADEAU BLOCK, SPRING STREET.
MENSKK. li MIX & AARON, Proprietor* ol The l.ace Houae,
extend a cordial Invitation to the LADIES of In. Angelea to Ball and Inspect
the ELEGANT LINE OF GOODS just opened at their new store.
Eacee, Trlinniina;*, I miry Ooodn, Curtain*, and l,adle«\ Children's
and Infanti' made-up white good*,
jeO-tf THE LACE HOUSE.
FORD & IYER.
Office in 3t ' .mo Hotel, 249 North Main
street. ?. O. Box 1621. Buy, sell and handle
on commission choice real estate of every
descriptlou. Loans negotiated.
Lot 50x150 Cor. Main and Laurel 110,000
Cottage 5 ronms, Angelino st , near
Beaudry, 1 blk from Temple 2750
Lot on Pearl str.et, 50x292, near 10th,
West Bide SBCO
House of 9 rooms on Hill street, bet.
Nintn aud Tenth 10.5u0
Lot ou Turner street, nr. new depot . I.' v
Lot on Yale street, fire minutes' walk
from Postofßce 2000
Lot on Main (52 feet), Spriug (50 feet)
and Xi, it. (118 feet) streets; three
Lot corner Hill aud Carr sts., 100x150 5000
House I rooms, and lo: .5x200, Ninth
House 10 rooms, lot 120x150, corner
Main and Laurel streets 20,000
Lot cor. York street and Grand aye.,
Lot on Flower St.. nr. Pico, cheap. .. . 2100
Lot sOxl.'O, Alcantara Grove tract 750
Five lots ou Bt. John it, a bargain... 5000
Lot on Seventh street, nr. Graud aye g.a>
Lot on Main street, near Washing
ton. 62x108 40C0
Kit In Que lots j list off Main street, bet.
Walnut aye and Adams st., each... 600
Two lots on Court street, bet. Virginia
aud Ohio, each 600
Three lots on Brent st., 50x150 each,
150 feet irom Temple street, each 600
Lot on Temple at., near Beaudry.. . 2000
Two lots on ( arlyle Btreet, 51x152;^
Two lots on Pine st (De Cells traot),
near Main, west tide of street, each 1500
Two lots on Second street, t Mills &
Wicks' addition), each 2500
Lot on Court street, bet. Waters and
Patton sts., Installments. 450
Lot on Lovelace avenue (Park Villa
tract), 00x168 1150
Two lots Martin st. (Martin trt.). each 950
Lot on Vernon aye , Fairvlew tract .. 1800
Lot 25x200. Second street (Mills and
Wicks' addition) 2500
Bliss Tract lots, each 1200
Cottage. I rooms. Flower at., between
Eighth and Nioth 5300
Lot on Eleventh st, liOfeet front, near
Lot on Arnold at., near Lucas, 60 feet. 1600
Angelina Heights,Carroll avenue 2600
Lot on Nevada St., 2 fronts 2000
Two lots on Main St., near Washing
ton, per front foot 62.50
Lot on Main st, between York and
Walnut, per front foot 50 00
Lot on Maiu it, corner, per foot . 75.00
Lot ou Se\ enth street, corner Los Au
feles; BKII2. Largo bulldiug aud
laning Mill machlucry. Now rents
for SlS.i per month 16,000
Lot 6;ixlso.houso 7 rooms, Los Angeles
street, between Fifth and Sixth ... 10 000
Lot 50x140, Seventh street, near Los
Angeles street, per front foot 100
Lot corner Chestnut street aud liar
wlu avenue. 55x165, East Los An
geles,per front foot 800
2*14 acres, highly improved. Just off
of Washiugton street, per acre 1500
Lots iv the Goodwin tract, cheap.
Lots In the Keller tract, cheap.
Lots in East Los Angelos, cheap.
gW Kemember the place. I
FOasD A VI t i:sc,
249 North Main Street, i
Under St. Elmo Hotol. P. O. Box 1621. I
MAPS & PRICE-LIST
Which will be Ready Soon.
GEO. H. FULLKRTON, Ires.
W. H. HOLABIRD, Gen. Agt.
— koom si Wilson block, —
I os Angelea, Cal.
IN THIS CITY
Elegant Lines of Boots aud Shoes,
BEST AND MOST RELIABLE MAKES,
At less price than common trash has been
sold heretofore In this city.
THE STAR BOOT and SHOE HOUSE,
30 and 32 NORTH SPRING BTREET.
Throat Diseases. Bronchitis. Asthma
Together with diseases of the
Eye, Ear and Heart;
Successfully treated by
H. Hilton Williams, M.!)., M.C.P.S.O.
No. 275 ' Street,
A Few Doors South of the New Postoffice,
LOS ANGELES, OAL.
All diseases of the respiratory organs
treated by the most Improved Medicated
Inhalations, combined with propct const!
tutloual remedies for the liver, stomach,
Probably no 6ystem of practice ever
adopted hss been so universally succesi.ful
as that introduced by Dr. Williams for the
cure of Catarrh, Throat Diseases, Bron
chitis, Asthma aud Consumption.
Over "5,000 cases treated during the past
twenty years Kir some form of head, throat
or lung trouble.
To those who are afflicted with suy of the
OuYerOut fomis of Catarrh, we wouid say,
there is DO disease which presents a create
diversityof symptoms, none more
tntidioutaud daugoiousthan Nasal t atar.o,
eapeclal.y If complicated,as It almott always
is, even Irom its brst appearance, wlin au
affection ol the throat
From the uarliest symptoms (which ore
generally attributed to a "c ild In the head '
to the various ugly aud distressing stages
through wblch the disease passes, the pa
tlcnt is hopeiul of recovery, and rarely
gives It proper attention nu.ll certua
alarming s.raplono present themselves,de
noting anmtstikal'ly the rapid advance of
the malady to the luutrs. ludeed, so various
are the symptoms that the presence of ihe
disease la not always known or even sus
pected, until it has reached a sta: c difficult
to arrest. The disease may or mny not be at
tendeu by a discharge Irom the nostrils or
throat, but there la usually present a mor
bid secretion and a frequent disposition
(especially in the morning) to clear the
throat, aud the effort to do so is often,
though not always, attended by expectora
tion, there is a tensatiou of heaviness iv
the fioutnl part ot the Head, aud the braiu
sometimes sutlers to an extent produclui
headache, veriigo and coufusiou: it he
comes difficult tv think clearly, and to con
centrate the mind; the memory becomes
impaired snd the intellect enfeebled: de
spondency of spirit and au excitable condi
tion of the nervou> system. Such is the ef
fect of the disease, aud if to this train of
symptoms (which uot infrequently leads to
to Insanity or idiocy) we Hud many of the
tr ore loathsome physical effects, as estates,
or rottenness of the t ones of the fae ; and
head, a most offensive smell to the breath,
aud corrupt, morbid and poisonous -ecre
tious, destruction or the serious iujuryof
the sense of smell, heariux, sight and taste,
we have a catalogue of horrors v. hich would
lesd any person to make early and proper
efforts to eradicate the disease from the
system. Every case ol Catarrh Is curable if
Acute Bronchit- is an lurlammatlcn of
the mucous meiubrmo of the bronchia,
tuoes, and is one of the most common of
the pulmonary diseases. It ia a Uangsro .»
disease, as It prevents the oxygenation of
the blood, and in many cases, particularly
after it passes into the chronic stage,tire
substance of the luugs becomes serious
ly involved, giviug rise to what is very
properly called Bronchial Consumption,
lv iho acute form there is a sense of light
ness or pressure across the chest, with con
siderable wheezing, severe coughs and ex
pectoration. This is at first ft while slary
mucous, which, after a time, becomes par
ulent. The patient lv some cases is obliged
to sit up iv bed, the oppression across the
chest is so great, the .kin is clammy and
prostration lapidiy sets lv, and in fatal
cases there will be mu'terlngdclirium.eoma
Chronic Broucb.tis is also an inflatnma
tlon of the mucous membrane of tbe bron
chial tubes. Wheu a ooM settles on the
lungs the disease either ends in bronchitis
or pueumouia If It cuds lv bronchitis it
usually passes oil as a cold (> a theebeet,
aud still the patient docs not feel entirely
well. He feels tired and languid, and is In
capable of taking his usual amount of exer
cire. and txpeiiences a shortness of breath
with more or less warmth iv the palms of
his hands. Boou after this a cough appears,
accompanied by an expectoration of thick
mucu-, billowed by a luetic flush, lo9s of
rtesh and strength and night sweats cot.
tluue, wheu tbe patient assumes all the ap
pearances of having a genuine ease of con
sumption. But this is simply catarrh of tha
lungs or chronic bronchitis.
Iv tbe later stage ot the disease the mucus
membrane of the larger bronchial tube
softens, while lv the smaller tubes and air
cells ot the lung? the mucus membrane be
comes congested aud lnflamnud. There
are no cavatles nor tuberoles iv the lungs,
but merely a wasting away of the larger
bronchial tubes, and death takes place
from obstruction of tho bronchial tubes and
air cells of tbe luugs. The patient dies
from exhaustion and suffocation, being
unable to expectorate the mucus whicu
accumulates in the passnge leading to the
lungs, which lv some ca"ses is sticky aud
small in quantity, but more commouly
copious, of a light straw or yellowish greeii.
Oftentimes streaks of blond make their ap
pearance in the mucus, and at times there
is a disagreeable smell. Persous thus af.
Uii v d are very liable to tak« a cold, at
which time the mucus becomes clear and
frothy, and it is not uncommonly tbe case
lhat the patient dies in oneof these attac*t
<JU IN 5 U IVI f 1 lOJN.
From consumers, "to waste awa.,'
usually applied to the advanced
The following are prominent symptom
In tbe first stage, and wherever any of them
exist a thorough examination should be
made, with a view to arresting the disease
as shown to exist: There Is usually a sense
of weariness upon a little exercise, a dispo
sltlon to remain passive and idle, despond
ency, often from no apparent cause, a pc
cuiiar sensitiveness to the effect of con
and a upon moving quickl
or descending a hill or stairs, a slight hack'
lng cough, with or without expectoration,
excitability upou slight occasions, flyin,
pains through the chest or back, or unde
tho shoulder blades. The symptoms ar»
more noticeable toward or duriug th
night, slight fever lv the afternoon, cob
feet or hands, or. iv many esses, b';ue livid
ity of the Hps and roots of the finger-nails.
Constitutional or tubercular consumption
is a cemmou form of lung disease. The
ptogress is slow, but if left to itself is no
less sure. It usually begins with a dry
cough. At first ttiese tubercles are exceed
ingly minute, the p.itieut not at all suspect
ing their presence. Gradually they develop
Into more active disease, aud ihen iollowi
the train of symptoms which leaves no
ioubt as to ita true character. Sometimes
sp'ttingof blood or slight streski in the
mucus is the first Indication of tubercular
lepodta, or it may be a chilly sensation iv
:be back, followed by more or less heat in
he palms of tbe bands, or an afternoon
lush on the cheeks. The slow and gradual
nrsads of this form of consumption leave
he stomach and appetite undisturbed for a
lonslderable time. Finally, however, hectic
'ever and night sweats supervene, preced
;d by diarrhoea. Then the loss of Ilesh aud
treugth becomes rapid, tha chest contracts,
he features sharpen, the eve attalus au uu
isual brilliancy aud the patient begins to
eallza that he Is iv the last stage of con-
Irmed constitutional consumption.
Inhalations are applicable to all disease
.jf the respiratory organs, Including catarrh,
throat diseases, astbmr, bronchitis, cou
sumptiou, and thcusandsof casus can be
cured by this mode of treatment wheu
nothing else can cure them.
We would particularly urge upon our
eastern friends the necessity of direct
medication—luhalatiou-as well as the
most favorable climatic influences, If you
wish to avoid the sad experience of hun
dreds of invalids who depend on the oll
mate alouc, as nine cases out of leu die lv
consequence of this very thing.
Persons desiring treatment by this tya.
tern of practice oan use the remedies at
home as well as at our office, aud which
will cause no iucouveulence or hindrance
to business whatever.
I have seen so mauy of these oases cured
that 1 do uot oouslder any case hopeless
unless both luugs are seriously involved
Kvon then tbe Inhalations aid us iv
disolviug the mucus aud in contracting
and bcaliug the cavities which nothing
else can do with the same success.
The very best references from those
< "V-.I I. I A ! lO\ Hil l .
Those who desire to consult with me In
retard to their cases had better call at thu
offloe for consultation and examination,
but, if Impossible to do so, can write for a
copy of my medical treaties, containing a
list of questions. Address,
Rl. HILTON WILLI A MS, Itl. D..
276 North Mala St., Los Angelea, Cal.
Office hours, from 3.,'H) a. v. to 4 r. St.