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THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD; SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1889.
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DAILY HERALD.
United States Signal Service.
01 "b«erv»tlo»« taken at 1
la, February 15, 18S9, by
Ttoe. ! Bar. j Ther j Iwd Velj g
8:07 a. m. 20.73! 40 j 30 B 1 Cloudy
Sr07v. M. 29.771 50 I 34 I W 16 iPtly "
naxirunro temperature. 55: minimum tem
-SP" 37.
Rainfall iluting pa«t 24 hours, .02.
Special Bulletin.
Signal Office. Los Angeles. Cal.,
February 15, 188!), 10:00 A. m.
A special message received trom the Chief
Signal Officer, announces a "cold wave" in
Nebraska: the temperature will fall about 20
degrees by 8 a. m., February 16th.
f ndlcatlous.
San Francisco, February 15.—Indications
for 24 hours for California—Local rains;
variable winds, generally westerly: continued
cool weather.
PERSONALS.
Mr. Gordon Blanding went to San
Francisco yesterday.
Mr. M. H. Newmark will go to San
Francisco this morning.
Hon. C. Mulholland, of Independence,
Inyo county, is at the Westminister.
A. J. Buckles, Grand Chancellor,
Knights of Pythias, will be in this city
on Monday, the 18th.
Mr. 8. T. Lewis and wife have re
turned from Santa Ana and Orange,
where they visited friends.
Mr. Thos. R. Bard, the well-known
capitalist of Hueneme, is in the city. He
has taken up quarters at the Westmin
ster.
Hon. Abbot Kinney, of Kinneloa, one
of the State Forest Commissioners, went
to San Francisco on yesterday morning's
train.
Elder Joseph Smith, eldest son of tbe
Prophet and Presidentof the Reorganized
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints has arrived in the city and is at
119 North Bunker Hill avenue.
Mr. W. B. King, formerly Master of
Transportation for the San Gabriel Val
ley Railroad, is in the city. He is now
engaged in supplying cable-car service to
towns in Oregon and Washington Terri
tory.
The Rev. John D. Easter, D. D., of
Jacksonville, 111., arrived in Los Angeles
by the Santa Fe yesterday, and is tbe
guest of the Rev. Mr. Haskins, of Christ
Church. Dr. Easter comes in response
to a call to take the rectorship of St.
Hilda's Hall at Glendale. He comes to
look over the ground before deciding to
Accept. He will officiate at Christ
Church on Thursday morning.
NEWS NOTES.
Workmen were engaged yesterday
ballasting the newly (constructed track on
the Pine-street route of the Southern
Pacific road.
Those who desire to have their names
upon the register so as to vote at the
coming election will have to register be
fore to-morrow night, when registration
will close.
Transfers of real estate yesterday
amounted to $185,370, and were 82 in
number. Of these 31.were for more than
$1,000 each, and 21 were for nominal
considerations.
Another of thoje popular gatherings of
the Illinois Association and its friends
will occur this evening at Masonic Hall,
No. 29 South Main street, beginning at
7:30. One of the best programmes of
the season will be presented.
The Los Angeles Boot and Shoe Com
pany has filed articles of incorporation.
The capital stock is $100,000, of which
$500 has been Subscribed. George Miner,
Julius Engmark, Thomas Shooter, Fred
Shooter and J. T. Cunieare thedirectors.
Eight more carloads of potatoes were
being unloaded at the Southern Pacific
depot yeßterday. They were shipped
here from the northern coast towns, and
Mr. Seylor states that the imports of this
vegetable during the past week amount
to twenty carloads.
Tbe following officers were elected at
the regular meeting of the Caledonian
Club last evening: President, J. O.
Maclean; Vice-President, John Spiers;
Treasurer, A. S. Macdonald; Recording
Secretary, M. Morrison; Financial Sec
retary, John McLennan; Financial Com
mittee, G. M. Crome, R. A. Williamson,
P. 8. McKenzie j Trustees, H. L. Mac
neil, Th. 8. Shaw, Wm. McLean; Phy
sician, Dr, Wm. D. Greene: Piper,
Gregor McDonald.
What {fir. Threlkeld Mai Done for
His Ward.
He succeeded in securing the appoint
ment of a Street Superintendent from
Boyle Heights.
He opposed the West sewer project,
whereby the city would have been
mulcted in a large sum for the benefit,
not of the whole people, but of a few
schemers.
He secured garbage wagons for the ac
commodation of the people on Boyle
Heights.
He has secured for Boyle and Brooklyn
Heights the following electric lights, viz:
One mast, 9,000 candle power, at corner
Brooklyn avenue and Cornwall street;
one mast, 3,000 candle power, at corner
Michigan and Savannah streets; one
mast, 3,000 candle power, at corner
Louisianna and Euclid avenues; one
3,000 candle power light on Boyle avenue,
near the deep ravine south of the Hol
lenbeck mansion; one 3,000 candle power
light at engine bouse on Virginia street,
and one 3,000 candle power light near St.
Louis and First streets.
He succeeded in having Prospect Park
surveyed, and then got an appropriation
not to exceed $300, with which to start
the work of improving Baid park.
He has introduced and passed through
the Council a resolution for a four (4)
•wheel hose wagon and 500 feet additional
hose for Boyle Heights.
He introduced and passed through the
Council a movement to have afoot bridge
across the river at Aliso street and a 3,000
candle-power light placed on same.
The foregoing are some of tbe things
Mr. Threlkeld has accomplished for Lin
ward during the six weeks he has been
in the Council.
It would be well for the people of the
Ninth Ward to unite without regard to
party and re-elect Mr. T., as he combines
energy, tact and determination in all his
official movements. The people of the
Ninth Ward should stand as a unit in the
re-election of Mr. Threlkeld, as he has
been tried and proven himself to be just
the man they need. Better not exchange
a certainty for an uncertainty.
*j!rand Free Opening.
There will be a free opening to-night
at the Harp and Shamrock saloon, No
24 Commercial street, corner of Wil
mington. Patbick Walsh.
-Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria;,
A JOINT ORGANIZATION.
The Reinlar .Tleettnsr of the South
ern California Board of Trade.
A meeting of delegates from the var
ious Boards of Trade and other similar
organizations in this section of the State
to complete the founding of the Southern
California Board of Trade took place in
the rooms of the Los Angeles Board
of Trade Thursday afternoon. The
following were present: East Lob
Angeles Board of Trade, James Hanley,
D. Guilbert Dexter, F. R. Willis; Los
Angeles Chamber of Commerce, Major
E. W. Jones, C. E. Day and W. E.
Hughos; Los Antreles Board of Trade,
F. Lambourn, W. J. Broderick, C. H.
Dunton; San Bernardino, K. F. Cun
ningham, and H. L. Drew; Elsinore, D.
M. Frazier; Santa Ana, W. S.Taylor,
R. J. Blee, N. Nicholsbure; Redlands,
W. E. Sibley; Alhambra, W. H. Whit
temore; Pasadena, Judge E. Knight,
Colonel Ray, Hon. W. U. Masters;
Orange, G. Si. Craddock.
Hon. W, H. Workman was elected
permanent President of {the organization
under the constitution which waß pre
pared by a committee appointed at the
last meeting. The other officers will be
chosen by the Executive Committee.
The greater part of the time of the
session was spent in the discussion of tbe
proposed constitution and the aims and
objects of the organization. It was the
general sentiment that the expenses at
the outset should be made as small as
possible, and in proportion to the means
of the sections represented. Many
schemes, such as a permanent exhibit in
Los Angeles, and a more organized effort
at inducing immigratiou were discussed,
but the general view seemed to be that
they had better be deferred until the
organization is in better shape.
The Southern California Board of
Trade is to be composed of various trade
organizations in the Southern part of the
State, represented by a delegate in the
Board of Directors. The next meeting
of the Board of Directors is called for the
7th of March, and will be held in Lob
Angeles.
Philharmonic illuslcale.
The fifth Philharmonic Musicale which
took place at Gardner's Music Hall,
Thursday night, was one of the most
successful monthly sociables this society
has given to its invited guests. The fol
lowing programme was rendered.:
Ma'e Quartette—"Annie Laurie"... Dudley Buck
Messrs Taylor, Hayes, Marble and May Din.
Alto horn solo— 'L'Eclair" Levy
Mr. 0. Gnase.
Contralto solo—"The Watcher" A. Geibel
Mrs. Wiseman.
Male duett—"Trust Her Not" Balfe
Messrs. Marble and Maybin
Soprano solo--"Frayer and Address to the Sea"
Reinecke
(From "Die Wilden Schware.')
Miss Bessie Marshall.
Cradle song (double quartette) Swarl
Grand Kinder—"Symphony" /(. Romberg
By Members of tho Society
Aye Maria Mendrlsshtu
(From the Loreley.)
Mrs. F. A. Duy aud ladies of the Philharmonic
Chorus.
The best numbers of the evening were
Mrs. Wiseman's dramatic song, which
earned an encore, and Miss Marshall's
pathetic, classical "Wild Swan" selec
tion.
The Foy symphony, played by a dozen
male and female members ot the society,
under the direction of Professor Willhar
titz, called forth loud applause, it being
beautifully and effectively given. These
soirees are becoming features in the mu
sical and social world of Los Angeles,
and invitations to them are being eagerly
sought after.
Marriage License.
The following license to wed was
issued by the County Clerk yesterday:
Jesus Alvarez and Francisca Moreno,
both natives of Mexico.
PLUNDERERS' CLOTHING.
Rice's Plunder Store Company, 10
N. main Street.
Handsome business suit 4, ffi4 9S; regular price
$8.50,
English worsted and corkscrew, in blue and
brown suits, $5.9;*; regular price $12.50.
Sci.toh cheviot suits, $7.50, never said for
less than $14 00.
Fine imported worsted suits, $12.50 regnlar
price $18 00
Fine imported Prince Alboit suits, black and
fancy colors, $15; others ask $25 00 and
$30.00.
As we manufacture all our owu goods at 88
aud 90 Walker street, New York, don't you
think we can undersell all other stores in this
city who are compelled to buy from jobbers and
pay large profits, Plunder Store Co.,
19 N. Main Street.
The Lindley Block.
The abDve-named building is about com
pleted: it is located on Fort street, between
Fifth and Sixth streets; it consists of two
stories and is of brick, and will be used as a
business block. The architecture is modern,
and the structure is one of the most substantial
iv the city. Mr. K. B. Young that well known
and. popular gentleman, was the architect. All
of his work is always spoken of in the highest
of terms. Mr. Lindley deserves credit for
erecting such an elegant structure.
Grand Opening
Of the Headquarters Clothing House to-day at
209 North Main street, Downey Block Call for
bargains.
Everybody Uses Crown Flour.
Samples free at grocers.
Boys' and Children's Clothing
Now selling at 10 per cent, discount, at corner
Spring and First, Mollen, Bluett A Co.
Try the Monarch Paint,
The only absolutely pure lead, oil and zinc
paint in the city. For sale by J. M. Blackburn,
310 South Spring street.
Handsome women without religion rre the
flowers without i erfume. Smoke Grand R
publtc Cigarros and Buffos, they take the cake
for fragrance.
The Deestrict Skule, Turn Hall, February 19
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
The powder never varies. A model of pnrtts
and wholsomeness. More economical than the
ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in compe
tition with the multitudes of low test, short
weight, slum of phosphate powders. Sold ohly
111 CAKS, Royal Bakiho Powder Co., 106 Wall
st,N. Y. THE JOHNSON LOCKE MKRCAN
TILE GO., San Frsnclsco, Agents. cl 4 4m
Protest Against Vacating the Park
Dedication.
The West End Board of Trade, at its l
weekly meeting, adopted the following
preamble and resolution, as expressing
their opinion and wishes in regard to the
action of the City Council in petitioning
the Legislature to rescind the dedication
of Elysian Park for park purposes:
Wherkas, The Council of the City of
Los Angeles has adopted a resolution, re
questing the Legislature to pass an act
vacating the dedicatiou of Elysian Park
to public use for park purposes, there
fore,
Resolved, Thatjthe West Knd Board of
Trade enters its protest against the pass
age of any such act of the Legislature
which may deprive tbe people of the city
of the use as a park of all or any part of
the lands known as Elysian Park, it be
ing the only extensive piece of ground
(consisting of about 400 acres) within tbe
city limits dedicated to public use as a
park. The people of this city, by the
recent adoption of the new charter, ex
pressed in the most emphatic manner
their appreciation of the advantages of
such a park by incorporating in said
charter a clause making inviolate the
dedication of all park lands.
Resolved, That a copy of this preamble
and resolution be forwarded by the sec
retary to each of our Senators and As
semblymen in the Legislature, with a
request to them to use their influence to
deleat any action looking toward the
violation of the dedicatiou of said park
or any part thereof.
On Special Sale at Wlueburgh's.
The public is surprised at the low price mwe
are asking for goods, and wonder how wo cau
doit. Profit is notour object; we have a large
Spring stock coming, aud must, make room for
it, aud lo v prices are goit g to do It,
For Friday, Saturday aud Monday:
A lot of ladies' waterproof gr,gamers, with
hood, such as others seil for $1 00, for 49 cents
each.
a lot ot V/i inch wide linen, shell pattern,
Torchon lace, at I cents a yard, (in 12 yurd
lots).
A lot of men's white unlaundered shirts, re
inforced all round, worked eyelets, perfect fit
ting, 49 cents each.
A lot of ladies' alligator, grain, nnd plain
leather be ts, with satchels attached (Vassar
style) black and tan, worth $1.00, for 29 cents
each.
A lot of ladles' purses li inch metal
front, at 9 cents each
A lot of ladies' long fancy striped hose, neat
patterns, at 10 cent* a pair.
A lot of gent's fancy striped merino shirts and
drawers, for 50 centß a suit, shirt and drawers
A lot of men's linen collars, all sizes, 9c.
each.
A lot of men's linen cuffs, 15c. a pair.
Aio'of men's celluloid collars, all styles and
sizes, 'tic each.
A lot good size, warm, well-filled bed com
forters, 09c. each
A lot of fancy-colored, corded-edge, all-silk
satin ribbons, 80, a yard
A lot of 46 inch wide, all-linen, unbleached
tsbie damßsk, 19c. a yard. It won't last long.
A lot of fancy-checked shirting cheviot. 9c. a
yard.
A lot of men's genuine E. i W. (Earl A Wil
son) cuffs, 29c apir.
A lot of oil-b died, inditro-blue prints, war
ranted fast in checks, figures and stripes, at 70
a yard.
A lot of men's linen finish, taped-border cam
bric handkerchiefs at tic. each.
Winkblroh's,
No. 209 Bouth Spring street, between Third
and Fourth streets.
Lookout for the name Wimeruruh's over the
door before going in.
Eve, Ear and Throat Diseases.
Dr. S. M. Slocum, lately associated with the
celebrated Or. Sadler, is now looted at No.
320 South Main street, "Moro Castle " Deaf
dess, noises in the ears, discharges from the
ears, catarrh and throat diseases, most success
fully treated. Operations on ihe eye skillfully
performed. Free consultation from 9a.m. to
sp. m.; Sundays, 12 m. to 2p. h.
Dr. Howard, Hrytou.Oonebrakc
Block.
Diseases of throat and lungs and of the ner
vous system successfully treated by the use of
oxyge • inhalations, nitrogen monoxide, ozone,
etc Hours, lv to 12, 2-5, 7-8. Telephone
1024. Bryson-Bouebrake Block.
Tne Best and I.lk litest Bread
Is made from Crown Flour.
CATARRH,
Throat Diseases, Bronchitis,
ASTHMA,
CONSUMPTION
Together with diseases of the
EYE, EAR AND HEART,
Successfully treated by
M. Hilton Williams.
M. D.. M. C. P. S. 0..
HOLIiENBECK BLOCK,
Cor, Snting and Second Sts., Los Angeles, Gal.
Consumption Can Be Cured.
This has been demonstrated in thousands
of cases treated by
I> It. W ■ I. 1,1 A M 9,
With his new system of medicated inhalations,
also the oxygen and compound oxygen treat
ment, combined with proper constitutional
remedies for the liver, stomach, blood, etc.
Probably no system of practice ever adopted
has been so universally successful as that in
troduced by Dr. Williams for the cure of
Catsrrh, Throat Diseases, Bronchitis, Asthma
und Consumption.
CATARRH.
Catarrh is often regarded by the patient as a
cold in the head, and hn often expresses his
astonishment at his remarkable tendency to
contr-ct a fre9h cold. Indeed, he declares he
is scarcely free from oue cold before he takes
another; and ',c is always exceedingly careful.
It is also a matter of surprise to him that the
cold always seems to settle in the head and
tnroat.
At times many of the symptoms of Catarrh
may seem to abite, and the patient is led to
hoje that the diseas" is about to wear off: but
another class of symptoms soon appear, and be
learns to bis horror tbat instead of recovery
from tbe disease it is somewhat changed In its
character aud has extended to the throat. A
sense of weariness is sometimes felt iv read
ing, speaking or sins in.-, hoarseness at ti.nes
occurs, a ensatlon of dryness Is sometimes el
iv the throat, or it appears that some foreign
substance, as, for instance, a hair, obstructed
the throat; there becomes a sense of languor
aud fatigue, the breath lessens upon a little
exertion, a short, hacking cough, a peculiar
sound in clearing tbe throat, a feeling as though
there was not room enough iv the ( best to
breathe; these aud other symptoms occur after
the disease bas made considerable progress.
Then it is a time when consumption is about to
begin its dreadful work. Up to This point the
progress of thedtsease may have been slow, and
the patient may in expressing his 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 be will "by
and by" recover But this delusion is the
grand error which has peopled our cemeteries
with cousumptive forms, as all forms of
catarrh end finally in consumption
Inhalations are applicable in all diseases of
the respiratory orgaus, but must be prepared
for each individual case as they severally re
quire.
By the employment of proper inhalation in
the form of medicated vapor (not steam or
spray) we are able to produce immediate and
direct action upoa the diseased surface in the
pharynx and nasal passages, foratr will find 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
prsctlce can use the remedies at home as well
as at our office, and which will cause no incon
venience or hindrance to business whatever
I have seen so many of these cases oured tbat
I do not consider any case hopeless unless both
lungs are seriously involved. Even then
the Inhalations aid us in dissolving the
mucus and in contracting and healing the cav
ities, which nothing else can do with the same
success
The very best references from those already
cared.
CONSULTATION FKKK
Those who desire to consult with me in regard
to their cases bad 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
Address
VI. HILTON WILLIAMB, M. D„
HOLLENBECK BLOCK,
Corner Second and Spring its., Los Angeles.
Office hours, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
la 3 6m
fTI IM!EI,L*NE»IIS.
CREAM S* ffl, Ǥ
\OWDIP EXTRACTS
Used by the United States Government. Endorsed by the heads of tne ureat univeisltl os
snd Public Food Analysts, as the Strougest, Purest and most Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream
Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum.Dr. Price's Delicious Flavoring
Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Rose, etc., do not eoutain Poisonous Oilsor
Chemicals.
PRICE B4KfNfi POWDER CO. New York. Chicago. St. Lonls.
tiows ;iu<t World!
& CO.,
233 N. lon Angeles St. Branch Stores at Pomona and San Bernardino,
NORWEGIAN STEEL PLOWS. BTRACUSE CHILLED PLOWS.
BUGGIES AT COST, AND VEHICLES OF ALL KINDSJTHE SAME.
We carry everything required by the Farmer and Orchardist. il lm
3 Ikfttaric/ ®3
PHOTOS. tgm 3 PHOTOS.
4T(*"Reali,:inK the stringency of the money market, I have reduced the price of my
Photos from $5 to 93 per Dozen.
Having been ten years in business in Chicago, and three years in this city, I can guar
antee a first-class photo, equal to the very best made, and invite comparison with
higher price work. French, English and German spoken.
J. T. BERTRAIMD, 413 N. Mam at., opp. Plaza,
j-.-iO-tlm
MOi. A •^T v rA the 0 NLY—I
\ 12 67 j>. OVSVcu tot\\
ATARRH
lA9IETINFMED-CqVQRQVILLE CAU
HAVE YOTJ A COLD IN THE HEAD which does not get better? Have you an excessive se
WeUon of mucus matter in the nasal passages? Are yon troubled by hawking, spitting, weak
and inflamed eyes, frequent soreness of the throat, ringing or roaring in the ears, more or lest
impairment of the hearing, loss of smell, memory impaired, dullness or diiziness of the head,
dryness or heat of the nose? Have you lost all sense of smell? your breath foul? If so, yos
havo the Catarrh. Some have all these symptoms, others only a part.
California Cat-R-Cure
Restores the sense of taste and smell, removes bad tasto and unpleasant breath, resulting from
oatarrh. Easy and pleasant to use. Follow directions and a cure Is warranted by all druggists.
RECOMMENDED.
CAPTAIN CHARLES L. DIMON, of New York City, formerly special agent of the Phoenix
and Home Insurance Company at San Francisco, Cal., says: "I had been troubled with Chronic
Catarrh for twenty years. A friend iv Woodland, Cal., recommended your California CAT-R
-CUKE. I procured a Jar, having but little faith in its curative properties; but I must say, after
using three Jars. I am cured of that disgusting disease. Inclosed iind $5, for which send me
California CAT-R-CURE for some friends, who are sufferers."
For Sale by C. H. Ranee, 77 and 79 IV. Spring St.; V. \v. Braun A Co.,
Wholesale Agents, I,ox Angeles, Oal.
RECEIVED AND NOW ON SALE AT
HARPER & REYNOLDS CO.
Carload of those celebrated wrought-iron Home Comfort Ranges; also several car
loads of Cooking and Heating Stoves for Coal, Wood, Coal Oil and Gasoline
on hand.
A very line assortment of Geo. Wostenholm's I X L and Hnmason & Buckley's
Pocket Cutlery, American Carvers and Table Knives in fine cases, alsotnoj
celebrated brands of Razors, "Progress," ''Bengal," and Wade & Butcher.
Complete stock of all kinds of Builders' Hardware and Mechanics' Tools always
on hand.
HARPER & REYNOLDS CO.
■48 and BO NpT'th Mwin Street mn.«
COAL. COAL. COAL.
South Field Wellington and Foreign Steam Coal.
Having established yards opposite the S. P R. R. freight depot on San Fernando street,
where a latge supply of the above coals are kept constantly on hand.
PRICE—SINGLE TON, $15; PER 100 LBS., 80c.; 10-TON LOTS, $13.50.
IN THE YARD.
HANCOCK BANISriILSTGr,
COAL 1)1 11 lit.
Office: Room 24, I.anfranco Building, 118 North IHaln Street.
TELEPHONE 36.
PASADENA TRANSFER CO., AGENTS. I WHOLESALE YARDS AT
PASADENA. I WILMINGTON, j2B 2m
CALLUP, NEW MEXICO, COAL.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
OH AS. A. MARRINEK, Oeneral Sales Agent.
Office and Yard. 607 East First Street
„ . . „ TELEPHONE 960.
Screened Lump Coal, Delivered Loose an eoperTon
Single Sack, in Yard ... ln BaCkB 12 Jg p " "
" ' Delivered ™s* c »
CAR LOTS A SPKCIALTY. f!o3m
"THE BEST OF BEVERAGES.'
&touxd'rlk)®lat(}
rtiiscm.i.ANEors.
RETIRING
FROM BUSINESS.
mm & co,
50 North Spring St.
Mi taishiDf Goods.
Closing Out Sale
' GREAT REDUCTIONS!
$25,000 Worth
—OF—
UNDERWEAR, SHOTS,
HOSIERY, NECKWEAR,
. COLLARS AND CUFFS,
ETC., ETC.,
At a Sacrifice I
Every Dollar's Worth must be sold out
during the next few weeks.
Not being able to find a mucb 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.
;
I
CATARRH,
ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS,
THROAT DISEASES
I —AND—
i CONSUMPTION
Successfully treated by
W. I. HOWARD, M. D„
Bryion.Bouebrake Block,
' SOUTH SPRING: STREET, COR. SECOND.
Oxvg-en is widely known for its life-giving
and vitalizing power; and inhalations of this
potent agent in its various forms, oxvsren>
! srae nitrogen-monoxide, peroxide
of hydrosren, ozone, etc.,combined with
medicated inhalations and specific internal rem
edies, constitute a treatment that is unrivaled
in its effects.
A Leading- New York Physlclan,
In speskingof the use of the mixed gaFses, says a
■ few weeks' treatment wfll 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 anyeause may be re
lieved, severe asthma not excepted, the treat
ment proving almost a specific; softening and
resorption of morbtd deposits of every char
acter, whether lymphous. tuberculous or can
cerous; habitual headaches and 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 in
somnia; invigoration of impaired or declining
virilk power, and, in a word, increased" mental
and physical vigor. Nor are these results
merely temporary, as from stimulation. They
are essentially permanent and substantial."
CONSULTATION FREE.
Hours—lo to 12, 2t05,7 to 8.
\V. I. AO WARD, HI. V.,
Rooms 13 and 14, Brvson-Bonebrake Block.
]a 24 lm
JOE POHEIM
THE TAILOR,
Makes the Best Fitting Clothes
in the State at 25 per cent less
than any other Tailor on tho
Pacifio Coast,
Suits made T0 F g O & ER $25°0
Pants made T V„oiff ß 6J!9
Street,
724 Market and lv,' & 1112 Market St
SAN FRAM'ISCO.
105, 107 and 109 Santa Clara Street,
SAN JOSE.
49 and 51 South Soring Street, and
203 North Mam Street,
LOS ANGELES.
1021 &1028 Fourth Street. SAN DIEGO.
BAKER IRON WORKS.
54:2-561 Buena Vista St..
Xios Angeles.
Adjoining Southern Pacific' Ground
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