Professor Hank*. Contributes a
A very interesting meeting was held
by the Microscopical Society at its rooms
on Salter street last night, Vice-Fresi
dent William Paysant presiding.
There was no special order for the
evening, and, after the transaction of the
routine business, Dr. O'Toole exhibited
a preparation from a cancerous tonsil,
the specimen having been obtained in an
operation a short time before the death
of the subject; also a demona of the
vault of the pharynx; also a section
through the oesophagus, and lastly the
ovaries of a young subject. The different
subjects were carefully examined by the
members, and a vote of thanks was ex
tended to Dr. O'Toole for his valuable
The most attractive and instructive
feature of tbe meeting was the presenta
tion by Professor Hanks of a piece of
diatomaceous earth, found recently on
the beach at Santa Monica by S. O.
Brown. Professor Hanks suggested to
him the advisability of searching for
specimens with the view of discovering
something similar to or a duplicate of
the "old Santa Monica," which has be
come so famous in the scientific world.
NATURE OF A DIATOM.
Diatomaceous earth is a pet subject
and the hobby of the veteran miero
scopist. A diatom is a single-celled
plant, bearing a Bingular relation to the
animal and even to the mineral king
dom, being considered by some as be
longing partly to the latter, and regarded
as a vegetable crystal, differing only
from minerals in having the power of
locomotion, and of multiplying through
separation. The study of diatomacea 1 is
most interesting. Their extreme and
varied beauty is a source of constant
pi iasure to the microscopist.
The beauty of diatoms consists in their
color, their general form or sculpture.
These delicate markings are seen under
tbe microscope to be processes, knobs,
bosses, concavities, ribs, groovings and
lines, so minute that the highest power
obtainable by the most skillful optician
is required to see them. There are more
than 4,000 distinct species of diatoms
which have been classified.
Of all diatomaceous earths, the one
which is the most famous, and contains
so many forms of beauty, is the " Santa
Monicaj" which was found by Thomas
B. Woodward, of the United States Coast
Survey in 1876.
It was found by itself, and there was
no other sign of a deposit of the earth in
the vicinity. The deposit from which it
came is not known. Slides of this mate
rial grace the cabinets of microscopistp
in all parts of the world, and it is prized
above gold. Search has been made in
different parts of the globe by scientists,
bat no rival or equal of the "Santa Mon
ic »'' has been found.
THE SPECIMEN INSPECTED.
The specimen presented by Professor
Hanks was submitted to microscopic in
spection, and the verdict seemed to be
that it was of great scientific value. The
scrapings of the earth examined were
an washed, and the powers used were not
sufficient to determine whether the spec
imen was a "Santa Monica" or not.
A number of the members discussed a
great number of resemblances, but were
unwilling to pronounce judgment on so
important a subject to the scientific
world without giving the specimen a de
tailed and scientific study.
It was decided to cut the specimens
into vertical sections and submit them to
a most thorough microscopic inspection.
If they in any way approach the "old
Santa Monica," parts of the specimen
'Will be sent to leading microscopical
societies of the East and Europe.—
rS. F. Call.
The specimen of earth here referred to
really came from Redondo Beach, where
a very extensive deposit of it has been
found by Mr. S. 0. Brown. Herald
readers will hear more of this at an early
date. —rEd. Herald.
Tke Exact Situation Begardlng the
Regarding the dispatch telegraphed to
the Herald to the effect that a syndicate
is about to commence operations with a
view to obtaining natnral gas near LO3
Angeles, it would appear that the whole
thing is the outcome of negotiations that
have been going on here for
three months past. About last
November an Eastern man appeared
in the city and Bet to work endeavoring
to get favorable propositions regarding
the obtaining of 20,000 acres of land in
Ventura and Los Angeles counties for the
purpose of drilling for oil. This must
not be confounded with the other propo
sition to bond the Puente property from
Mr. Lacey and his associates for
$700,000, which was an entirely
different project, and which, it is
announced, has fallen through. The
overtures which the arrival made were
in connection with wells in the district
handled by the Hutton syndicate, and in
connection with what transpired Mr.
Sutherland Hutton says that the matter
is still in ttatu quo. A proposition has
been made and is under consideration,
but as to the amount the
Herald's informant declined to speak.
The idea of the Pittsburg people boring
for natural gas is not entertained by the
oil men who say that although the gas is
certainly to be found about Los Angeles,
there is not enough pressure to make it
worth the handling. The Fairview gas
is probably the bast that has yet been
obtained, but after all it is
only marsh gas, and the prop
osition that was once mooted
of piping it to Los Angeles has long since
been abandoned. Near Florence a strike
was made some five or six years ago by
a rancher named Thomas, who has ever
since supplied his household require
ments with the gas obtained, but it is
only good enough for such a purpose,
and could not be developed to be of much
advantage to the community. In this
city, on the site of the New United
States Hotel another instance can be
given of the presence of the gas for
workmen employed by Mr. Mesmer
struck it when drilling for a well some
time ago, but it was not in sufficient
quantity to be of much use. When Pro
fessor Dephy, .the mining expert, was
interviewed by a Herald man some
time ago he spoke very enthusiastically
on the sub j set. He said that
there were large bodies of material
that could be tapped about Los
Angeles and hinted he was then making
negotiations with the Board of Trade of
this city with a view to making experi
mental borings. Messrs. Lacey, Hutton
and other oilmen who were seen by a
Herald man yesterday, all profess to
be in ignorance of the location of the
natural gas well, which, it is claimed,
the Pittsburg syndicate's representative
here is talking about, and say that until
tbe arrival of Mr. Ashburner here next
week nothing pertaining to the matter
can be made known.
Crop of 1888, at Seymour <fc Johnson Ccm
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1889
The Apportionment Jltdf by Sup
The County Superintendent of Schools
yesterday made the following, or second,
quarterly apportionment of School Funds
for the year ending June 30, 1889. The
money for this apportionment is derived
from the county taxes, and is known as
'the County School Fund. One teacher
is assigned to each school district for
every seventy census children, or frac
tion thereof equal to twenty, and the
sum of one hundred dollars is appor
tioned for each teacher so assigned:
Districts. Teachers. A int.
Alameda 8 $750
Alamltos 1 250
Altiambra 3 750
Aliso 1 250
Aloala 1 250
Anaheim 8 2,000
Antelope I 250
Artesia 3 750
Azusa 4 1.000
Anon City 2 500
Ballon* 2 500
Belvidere 1 250
Bloomfleld 1 250
Boa Dale 1 250
Bolsa Grande 2 500
Cahuenga 2 500
Central!* 1 250
CerrUoß 1 250
cienega 1 250
C'eirwuter 1 250
< old water 1 250
Compton 4 1,000
Crescenla 1 250
Delhi 1 250
Del Sur 1 250
Diamond 1 250
Downey 5 1,250
Daarte 2 500
Eagle Rock 1 250
Elizabeth Lake 1 250
El Modena 2 500
El Monte 3 750
Enterprise 1 250
Evergreen 3 750
Kelton 1 250
Florence 1 250
Fountain Valley 1 250
Fruitland 1 250
Fullerton 1 250
Garden Grove 2 500
Glcndora 2 500
Green Meadows 1 250
Harmony 2 500
Hifliland Park 2 500
Hud-on 1 250
Hyde Park 1 250
Ingle wood 1 250
Ivanhoe 1 250
La Canada 1 250
La Dow 4 1,000
Lsguna I 250
Lancaster 1 250
La Puente 2 500
Las Virgines 1 250
Laurel ... 1 250
Utile Lake 2 500
Long Beach 3 750
Los Angeles 157 30,250
Los Fella 1 250
LosNietos 2 500
Lugo 1 250
Monrovia 4 1,000
Morningßide 1 250
Mountain View 2 500
Newhall 1 250
New hope 1 250
Newport 2 500
New River 2 500
Norwalk 3 750
Ocean 1 250
Ocean View 1 250
Olive 2 500
Orange 0 1,500
Orangethorpe 1 250
Pacoima 1 250
Palmdale 1 250
Palomares 2 500
Pasadena 3 750
Pico 1 250
Placentia 2 500
Pomona city 13 3 250
Provldencia 1 250
Ranchito 3 750
Rivera 2 500
Rosedale 7 1,750
Rowland 3 750
San Antonio 2 500
San Dimas, 1 250
Sau Fernando 1 250
San FranciS'iuito 1 250
San Gabriel 4 1.000
San Jose 2 300
San Juan 2 500
San Pasqual 29 7,250
San Pedro 5 1,250
Santa Ana 14 3,500
Bauta Anita 3 750
Sauta Monica 0 1,500
Santa Suzana 1 250
Santiago 1 250
Savannah 2 500
Sepulveda 3 750
Silverado 1 250
Soledad 1 250
Bulphur Springs 1 250
Sycamore 4 1,000
Tajanta I 250
Tt junta 1 250
The Films 2 500
The Pass 1 250
Trabuco 1 250
Vermilion. 1 250
Vernon 4 1,000
Vinedale 1 250
Vim-laud 1 250
Westminster 2 500
Wilmington 4 1,000
Yorba 2 500
|Total, 433 $108,250
The following Pullman passengers left
yesterday for* San Francisco and the
By the I :30 r. it. train—Mr. Eddy,
Mr. Short, Mrs. F. C. Beacher, D. Liv
ingstone, C. H. Gardner, J. Koch, Mr.
Wise, Mr. Short, Mr, Maxman, Mr. H.
Foster, J, K. Nowland, Mr. Haron, Miss
A. Hope, Mr. Witnell, I. W. Hellman
Jr., P. C. Doake, F, A. Eastman, W.
Easton, Mi. Sabicbi, Mr. A. Eaton, F.
Hagerman, Mrs. Wilson, W. S. Arnold,
C. W. Mea.
By the 10:30 p. m. train—C. H. Mc-
Donell, A. L. Fret, E. S. Babcock Jr.,
E. K. Benchley, A. Sutro, D. McNeil,
At Plunder Store Company, 19 North
n nin street.
Wo have just received advance shipments
from our ficiory, 21 and 23 Walker street, New
York, a large and elegant l'ne of boys'and
children's clothing, aud to Introduce same we
will sel 1 at prices that defy any competition.
Compare these prices with others:
A lot of boy's blouse suits, blue and grey.
Sold everywhere for $1,50; our price, !)Bc.
A lot of boy's school suits, in fancy checks
and stripes. Sold everywhere for $2 25; our
price, $1 25.
A lot of boys' jersey suits, in grey, hrowD,
blue and mi. Regular price, $4 and $4.50; our
A lot of fine worsted suits, English worsted
and corkscrew, blue, brown and black. Sold
by others at $U and $7.50; ourprlces, $4 and
A lot of boys' kilt suits at $1, $1.50 and $2;
the cloth alone will cost you more.
A lot of English corkroy knee pants 75c.;
would b-i cheap at $1 25.
A lot of imported worsted pants $1; sold by
the trade for $1.75.
A lot of Union cassimere pants 25c.; cloth
alone cost more.
A lot of Oregon and Harris cassimere pants
50c; never sold for less than $1.50.
Remember we manufactuie our own goods,
so can give you prices that other dealers are
obliged to pay for same goods.
Plunder Stork Co.,
19 North Main street.
Dealers and Consumers of Beer
Will And it to thoir advantage to call on Phila
delphia Brewery, AUbo street, for tho best lager
or steam-beer, good ou draught for weeks at
lowest prices. Bottled lager $1.20 per dozen, if
bottles returned. Delivered to any part of the
olty. Telephone 91.
Gordan Bros., 22 South Sprint St.,
Artistic tailoring. The finest assortment of
suitings in the city.
Secure great bargain* at the auction sale of
furniture of the Pacific Furniture Co., 226, 228
and 230 South Main street.
At oost for thirty days. Lee X wan Slug, 206
South Spring street. jl3-lm
Good Health and Appetite
Always follow the continued use of Crown
Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica.
noiei arcaais, Bsuiainnoiim,
Open for the season. J. W. Scott, Lessee.
"Paint your buggy for $1," at Mathews.
Notary Public and Commissioner
For New York and Arizona, G. A. Dobinson
184 West Second street. Hollenbeck Block.
Everybody Uses Crown Flour.
ISamples1 Samples free at grocers.
Retiring From Business.
Eagleson & Co., of 50 North Spring
street, one of the largest manufacturers
and importers of men's furnishing goods,
shirts, etc., in the United States, are
about to close their business in this city.
They commenced business here over
two years ago, and their success was
such as to warrant their seeking a more
commodious place in which to transact
their constantly increased business, pro
vided such could be obtained at a fair
rental. Having failed in this, and hav
ing two stores and a factory in San Fran
cisco, they have decided to close and
transfer their business elsewhere. We
regret this, as the name of Eagleson &
Co. is known all over this southern coun
try. The entire stock is offered at a
Buggies and Spring Wagons.
Another carload of Clark buggies, all
the latest styles, just received. Also car
load Sweep axle Kacine delivery wagons,
just the thing for this market. Hawlky,
King & Co., dealers in farming imple
ments, buggies and wagons, Gti-70 North
Los Angeles street.
On Monday, February 11th, at 10 a. m.
sharp, corner Fort aud Second streets,
one fine family horse, harness and car
riage. Don't fail to attend. Ben O.
Los Angeles Business College and
English Training School, 38, 40 and 42
South Main street. D. B. Williams,
There will be a pluck from the old
birds on Monday," February lltn, at
Kenilworth Ostrich Farm, at 2 p. m.
"We've Got Them on the List."
New and second-hand stoves at Cass &
Renshaw's furniture store, 14 West Third
Mullen, Bluett & Co.,
Spring street, corner First, successors to Bluett
it Sullivan, the well known one-price fine cloth
iers, have marked down their entire stock of
Men's aud Hoy's Clothing and Furnishing
Goods from 10 to 88;V< per oent.
Answer This Question.
No 2. Why do so manypeople we see around
us seetn to prefer to sutler aud be made miser
able by Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness,
Loss of Appetite, Coming Up of the Food, Yol
low Skin, When for 75 couts we will sell then
Shlloh's Svstcm Vitaiizer, guaranteed to cure
them. Sold by C, F. Heinzeman.
Dr. Howard, Bryson-Bonebrake
Diseases of throat and lungs and of the ner
vous system successfully treated by the use of
Oxygen inhalations, nitrogen-monoxide, ozone,
etc Hours, 10 to 12, 2-5, 7-8. Telephone
1021. Bryson-Boaebrake Block.
E. Adam's, the Clothier,
15 South Spring street.
Our 75c. whits sbirt is the best
Onr 75c. white shirt is the best.
Our 750. white shirt is the best.
Our 75c. white shirt is the best.
Crown Flour. Crown Flour.
Ask your grocer for it. Always reliable
Go to S. M. Perry's
For anything you want in the way of gas fix
tures, plumbing goods, etc. No. 30 South Main
3t. Bath tnhs m «de to order.
Pasadena Loan Association
First Annual Exhibition
New Library Building,
February Bth to 18th Inclusive.
Under the Patronage of the
Pasadena Library Association.
Wm. F. Charming. J. Vandervoort.
C. F. Holder. L. C. Winston.
H. M Rust. B. Marshall Wotkyns.
The Exhibits will be classified under heads as
follows: Spanish and Mexican, Indian, Russian
and AlDßkan, Oriental, Antique aud Curious.and
Pottery. Collections of Puintings and Photo
graphs will be exhibited and departments for
the sale of Bon-Bous, Souvenirs and Flowers
Admission 50c, Commutation tickets at rate
of 25c. each admission.
Season tickets (not transferable) $5. 13 lm
Hotel Keepers, Attention!
THE HOTEL Del CAMPO AT ANAHEIM,
Is being furnished by the owners aud is offered
lor rent on very reasonable terms to a live and
experienced hotel keeper. The house is new,
well situated, and a large patronage is assured.
Full particulars will bo given by calling upon
AJaHEIM IMPROVEMENT COMPACT.
Tilj:o. B£IBER, President.
— MANVJFACTUEER OF—
Artificial Stone Paving,
Side Walks, Garden Walks, Cellar Floors and
Fronts done in the neatest manner.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Call at or address
519 Beaudry Aye., near Temple St.
(100 8. MAIN ST, foot of Third St,)
Buggies and Carriages, Ladies' Saddle Horses,
etc., always in Readiness for Careful
HoraesJßought and Sold, Boarded and Kept at
F. A. URBAN, Prop
Telephone 1(13 ' f e 6tf
BAN JPKDRO WINBK V,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
H. BOETTCHEK, cor. of San Pedro and
Jefferson sts , Los Angeles, Cal. fe7 2m
~GEO. W. COOKE & CO.,
Paper Dealers and Bookbinders,
109 North Los Angeles Street,
LOB ANGELES, CAL. j3M
in? CONQUERS PAIN.
Relieves and cures HEADACHE,
EHEUMATISM, Toothache, Sprains,
Sciatica, Lumbago. Burns and Scalds-
At Druggists ami Dealers.
THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO., Baltimore, MA
furniture and Carpet*.
WALTON & WACHTEL
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
OF ALL KINDS,
At Lowest Possible Bate*.
814, IMS and 818 South Spring Nt.,
f«-tf Bet Third »nd Fourth Sts.
piFTH ANNUAL FLOWER FESTIVAL.
The Managers of the Flower Festival Society
in preparing for their Festival of next April
oiler premiums as follows:
S 100 for the best display of Tropical Plants
' 8100 for the best original derlgn not here
tofore exhibited at any Festival in this city and
W5O for the second best design. Open to all
SIOO for the best kept booth aud SoOforthe
second best. Open to outside town*only.
They also offer SIOO for tbe best plan for
decorating the Festival Hall, including the ar
rangement of booths: reserving the right to re
ject any or all plans.
All applications for floor space and intentions
to compete for premiums must be made known
to the committee before February 1.
All competing plans must be entered by
Inquiry for particulars can be made by letter
to the committee, addressed to the Woman'j
Home, 25 East Fourth street, Los Angeles.
Committee—Mrs. B. P. Johnson, Mrs. C. W.
Blaißdell, Mrs. Melville Dozter.
By order of tho Committee.
d2oflO M M. FETTE, Rec. Bee.
Throat Diseases, Bronchitis,
Together with diseases of the
EYE, EAR AND HEAKT,
Successfully treated by
M. Hilton Williams,
M. D.. M. C. P. S. 0..
Cor. Smlngand Second Sts., Los Angeles, Cal.
Consumption Can Be Cured.
This has been demonstrated in thousands
of cases trentcd by
1» K. Wl LLIAIK,
With hi* new system of medicated inhalat'ons,
also the oxygen and compound oxygen treat
ment, combined with proper constitutional
remedies for the liver, stomach, blood, eta.
Probably no systam of practice ever adopted
has teen so universally successful as that in
troduced by Dr. Williams for the cure of
Catarrh, Throat Diseases, Bronchitis, Asthma
Catarrh is often regßrded by the patient as a
cold in the head, and he often expr s«csbls
astonishment nt hi* remarkable tendency to
contract a fresh cold. Indeed, he dec lares he
is scarcely free from one cold before he takes
another: and he is always exceedingly careful
It is also a matter of surprise to blm that the
cold always seems to settle in the head and
At times many of the symptoms of Catarrh
may seem to abate, and the patient is l a d to
hojc that the dlseas? is about to wear otT: but
another class of symptoms soon appear, and ho
learns to his horror that Instead of recovery
from the dise«se it is somewhat changed iv its
character aud hss extended to the throat. A
sense of weariness is tometimes feltin read
ing, speaking or singing, hoarseness at times
occurs, a • cnsatlon of dryness is sometimes ?eli
in the throat, or it appears that some foreign
substance, as. for instance, * hair, obstructed
the throat: there becomes a sense of languor
and fatigue, the breath lessens upon a littlo
exertion, a short, backing cough, a peculiar
sound in clearing the throat, a feeling as though
there was not room enough iv the chest to
breathe; these and other symptoms occur after
the disease has made considerable progress
Then it is a time when consumption is about to
begin its dreadful work. Up to ihis point the
progress of the disease may have been slow, and
the patient may in expressing bis confident
hope that it will ' wear off," declare that he has
had the catarrh for years and has not seemed to
become much worse, and trusts he will "by
and-by" recover. But this delusion is the
grand error which has peDpled our Cfmoteries
with consumptive forms, as all forms of
catarrh end Anally in consumption
Inhalations are applicable in all diseases of
the respiratory organs, but must he prepared
for each iudivldual case as they severally re
By the employment of proper inhalation In
the form of msdicated vapor (not steam or
spray) we are able to produce immediate and
direct aclion upon the diseased surface in the
pharynx and nasal passageG. for air will fmd its
way Into the most remote and intricate cavities,
where it Is Impossible to make fluid applica
tions. By these m ans every case can be cured
Persons desiring treatment by this system of
practice can use the remedies at home as well
as at our oflice, and which will cause uo incon
venience or hindrance to business whatever.
I have seen so many of thc.e enses cured that
I do not consider any case hopelsss unless both
lungs are seriously involved Even then
the inhalations aid us iv dissolving the
m ucus and in contracting aud healing the cav
ities, which nothing else caa do with the same
The very best references from those already
Those who desire to consult with me la regard
to their cases hud better call at my office for
consultation and examination, but if impos
sible to do so, can write for a copy of my
Medical Treatise, containing a list of questions
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D.,
Corner Second and Spring sta„ Los Angeles.
Office hours, from 9a. If. to 4 p. m.
la 3 6m
THe Western Intelligence Office,
J. VI 1,1,H1T «V CO.,
Employment and Rental Bureau.
Business conducted on a strictly fair aud
Give us a call at S. SPRING ST. (Upstairs),
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Separate apartment for Ladles. }a 191 m
FRUIT TREES and
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GENERAL NURSERY STOCK,
■43-45 South Main Street.
ja23lm ANDREW T. GAREY, Proprietor,
O. B. FULLER & CO.,
(Successors to McLaln A Lehman.)
Pioneer Truck and Transfer Co.
No. 8 Market St., Lob Anuei.es, Cal.
Safe and Piano Moving. AH kind* of Truck Work
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Gonorrhoea and skin diseases treated and cured
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Diseases of Women a Specialty
CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY.
RECTAL ULCERATION, CATARRHAL CON
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TRACT poison the blood, interfcio with diges
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Removed to cor. Main'and Seventh street,
Robarts' block. d3O-3m
The above cm I 'ln \\ '. V'/|. ! ;ow ? L«r. Israels'
Dr. Owen ? [ ' le . V^ 11 attach
entlrely cut off the wearer so' de
sires. It lias disks in front anil
two in the hack front Yteu\ in addition to tbe
Germ an silvor pads as seen In tbe above cut.
With this Truss you pet a complete Owen's
oody battery, and the electric current can be
connected to or disconnected from tbe Truss at
auv moment. Many persons who are ruptured
are also our of heal til and are anxious to wear a
good iralvanic belt, hut this they can not do with
any of the old style of Trusses for the reason
they cau not wear two elastic bands about the
body at tho same time. The Israel Truss has
both on tbe saute clastic belt. Any Truss can be
made a good retainer, hut the wearer Is not satis
lied with this—bo wants a 1 russ that will not only
retain the ruptured part lv its place, but is cer
tain to make a permanent cure iv a reasonable
time. This the Israel Truss will do, as it Is not
only a perfect retainer, but by means of the
Eloetro-Calvanio IlolL carries a current of elec
tricity direct to tbe weakened parts. This no
other belt cau do. 'ibis is the ouly comhined
Electric Truss and Kelt ever made that Isused as
an Electric Halt or Klectrlc Truss, or both com
bined at the saino time. Dr. Israel's Truss,with
tho Owen Halvanic licit attachment, will cure
pcuuinentlr all curable cases uf HERNIA or
RUPTURE in thirty to ninety ilavs; I- light and
ilurablo, and does not Interfere with work or
mii-Inoss. For a lull description of I>r. Owen's
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TO THE UNFORTUNATE.
ness, Impotoncy and Lost Manhood permanent
ly cured. The sick and afflicted should not fall
to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex
tensively in Europe' and inspected thoroughly
the various hospitals there, obtaining a great
deal of valuable information, which he is com
petent to impart to those in need of his services.
The Doctor cures where others fail. Try him.
DR. GIBBON will make no charge unless he
affect* a cure. Persons at 9 distance CURED AT
HOME. All communications strictly confiden
tial. All letters answered in plain envelopes,
Send ten dollars for a package of medicine.
Call or write. Address DE. J. F. GIBBON, Box
1957, San Francisco, Cal. ,
Mention Log Angeles Herald. dlO tf
A Speedy Cure Warranted.
DR. BELL'S GERMAN EXTRACT CUREB
all private syphilitic, urluary, skin and
blood diseases, female complaints, and all
such diseases as are brought about by indiscre
tion and excesses, $1. Dr. Bell's French Wash
cures all private diseaes, blood poison, old
sores aud ulcers.G. and G.,in two orthreedays,
sjll. No preparation on earth tqual to it. For
sale only at the Berlin Drug; More, 10.V..:
South Spring at., Los Angeles, Cal. jl-3m'
Big G has given unfver
jmm&va r „ S "' Ba tlBfactlon tne
mHs^ to b cure ol Gonorrhoea and
JW^VeTrfcoir.. 1 "™ G'ect. I prescribe itand
B&V ' feel safe in recommend-
BJ" 4 " l '*** |„g n to all sufferers.
j_ STOKER, M.D.,
Vk Clnoim»tl,l«a Decatur, Ml.
Sold by Druggists.
The Greatest Rheumatism Remedy on Reoordl
A. New Discovery.
C. H. Wobb was a cripple and suffered for yeani
II jKMUN Y,a Recent Dltcovery,Cured Him.
—FOR SALE ONLY AT—
143 EAST FIRST STREET,
SOLE AGENT FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Price, SI per Bottle. jalO lm
O. P. HBINZEMAN,
Druggist and Chemist,
No. 189 N. matin St., f.oi Angeles, Cal.
Prescriptions carefully compounded day or
mm & it,
50 North Spring St.
Men's Furaislig Goods.
Closing Out Sale
COLLARS AND CUFFS,
At a Sacrifice I
Every Dollar's Worth must be sold out
during the next few weeks.
Not being able to find a much larger
and more suitable store at a fair rental,
we have decided to close out our business
as soon as possible, and will therefore
sell our stock at a sacrifice.
EAGLESON £ CO.
Successfully treated by
W. I. HOWARD, M. D.,
SOUTH SPRING STREET, COR. SECOND.
Mxviren is widely known for its life-giving
and vitalizing power; and inhalations of this
potent agent in its various forms, oxygcn>
gum liltroireii-inonoxlde, peroxide
of hydrogen, ozone, etc.,combined with
medicated inhalationsand specific internal rem
edies, constitute a treatment that is unrivaled
in its effects.
A Leading New York Physician,
In speakingof tbe use of the mixed gasses, says a
few weeks' treatment will usually be followed by
"Increased activity of the digestive, assimilative
and excretory functions; hence follows relief
of chronic constipation and return of normal
appetite; dyspnoea from any cause may be re
lieved, severe asthma not excepted, the treat
merit proving almost a specific; softening and
resorption of morbid deposits of every char
acter, whether lymphous. tuberculous or can
cerous; habitual headaches aud neuralgias of
almost every form, even chronic sciatica cured
or materially alleviated; marked Increase in
the breathing capacity; progressive 'toning-up'
of the muscular and nervous systems; restora
tion of voice in some cases of nervous aphonia
and lost vocal power; removal of inveterate j'h
somnta; invigoration of impaired or declining
virile power, and, In a word, increased mental
and physical vigor. Nor are tbese results
merely temporary, as from stimulation. They
are essentially permanent aud substantial."
Hours—lo to 12, 2t05,7 to 8.
IV. I. HOW AUD, 31. D.,
Rooms 13 and 14, Bryson-Bonebrake Block,
Makes the Bast Filling Clothes
in tha State at 25 per cent less
than any other Tailor on tha
Suits made T0 FBO & ER $25-°?
Pants made t Vr r om er 6:2?
208 Montgomery Street,
734 Market and Ilk 1 & 1112 Market St.
105, 107 and 109 Santa Clara Street,
. 49 and 51 South Soring Street, and
263 North Main Street,
1021 & 1023 Fourth Street. SAN DIEGO.
BAKER IRON WORKS.
545-561 Buena Vista St.,
' Adjoining Southern Pacific; Ground
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