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THE RUSH CONTINUES.
Two Trainloads of Raymond Tourists Coming. NAMES OF THE TRAVELERS. A Mammoth Party Arrives in Towii Yesterday Morning—Traffic Notes. As stated in Tuesday . morning's Herald, two train-loads of Raymond & Whitcomb excursionists are on their way to this city and will arrive here on Tuesday next. Tlie travelers are all wealthy Easterners, and will remain here some time, one train-loud at first going to Las Angeles and the other to Coronado, a change around being made later on. A special advance copy of the names of the tourists was yesterday se cured by the Herald and their names are, therefore, here given. They left the Atlantic seaboard on February 20, and have made incidental visits to Cincinnati, Mammoth Cave, New Orleans (where they witnessed the Mardi Qraa Carni val), Galveston, San Antonio, El Paso, etc. Their names are: Mr Frank A Allen, Mrs. Frank A Allen, Cambridgeport, Mbsr; A F Atkins, New York; Mrs Osgood Bradley, Worchester, Mr P D Briggs, Mrs P I) Briggs, Cleve land, Ohio ; Miss A A Brown, Mr Henry Brown Mrs Henry Brown, Williamßport, Pa; Mrs W W Brown, Portland Me; W M Chamberlin, Mrs. W M Cha-nber lin, Lewiston, Mo; 0 D, MD, Cheney, Mrs OR Cheney, Haverhill, Mass; Eugene H Clapp,' Mrs Eugene H Clapp, Boston; Mrs Howell Cooper, Water town, N V; Chas E Cummings, Haver hill, Mass; Mias Sarah L Cutler, Brookline, Mass; William J Cutler, Mrs William J Cutler, Boston, Mass; Miss Edith Davis, Mr Joseph Davis, Mrs Joseph Davis, Miss Ruth Davis, Lynn, Mass; Mr. L. Dimock, Mrs. L. Dimock, Northampton, Mass; Miss J A Duffy, Marietta, Pa; Mr Wm H Dunbar, Mrs Wm H Dunbar, South Arlington, Mass; Mr Geo R Emerson, Mrs Geo B Emerson, Mr Jas W Fitch, Mrs Jag W Fitch, Boston; Miss E Germer, Mr Otto Gerraer, Miss O M Germer, Erie. Pa; Mr A W Gifford, Mrs A W Gifford, Miss Alice W Gifford, Master A E Gifford, Worcester, Mass; Mr E D Griswold, Mrs E D Griswold, Capt R B Crover, Brockton, Mass; Mr Abel G Haynes,Mrs Abel G Haynes,Mrs Harriet A Hill, Elbridge, New York; Mrs A A Hinds, Mr A W Hinds, West Boylston, Mass ;Mr and Mrs M L Hin man, Misß Blanche Hinman, Dunkirk, NY; Miss H 0 HuDgerford, Mr R X Hungerford, Watertown, N V; Miss Clara L Hunking, Mrs Sarah S Hunking, Haverhill, Mass; Mr S C Hutchinson, Lynn, Macs; Miss Marion H Jelly, Salem, Mass; Mr and Mrs H II Little, ' Master Hiram M Little, Master T Bas com Little, Cleveland, O; Mr and Mrs L Maynard, Maynard, Mass; Mr William Maynard, Worcester, Mass; Mr and Mrs Oliver H Moulton, Lowell, Mass; Mr and Mrs F J Parker, Miss Clara Parker, Boston, Mass; Mr and Mrs Charles D , Pecker, Lynn, Mass; Mr and Mrs Josiah 1 Pe»ry, Miss Anna L Perry, Webster, Mass; I Miss Amy C Plurnmer, Boston, Mr A O Putnam. Mrs A O Putnam, Fredonia, N , V; J P Quincy, Boston ; Mark B Reeves, Stacv Reeves, Mrs Stacy Reeves, Phila delphia; Wm A Ripley, Mrs Wm A Rip- 1 ley, Newark, Newark, NJ; C H Robin son, Worcester, Mass; J H Sessions, Mrs J H Sessions, Bristol, Conn; Mi*s L M Sission, Elbridge, N V; 1 E. T. Smith, Miss Gertrude Smith, Jesse Smith and Mrs. Jesse Smith, Worcester, ' Mass.; Miss F. Swan, Portland, Me.; Miss E. L. Sylvester, Hanover, Mass.; 1 Mrs. Don 8. Thompson, New Haven, Conn.; E. B. Tuttle and Mrs. E. B. Tut tle, Brooklyn; George W. Wadsworth 1 and Mrs. George W. Wadsworth, Boston ; W. B. Waldsworth, Worcester, Mass.; Mrs. Lottie L. Watson, Miss Fannie E. Watson, Rockford, 111.; Miss Eliza J. ' Whitaker, Holyoke, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Williamson, Boston; Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Young, Miss Agnes H. Young, Miss Elsie M. Young, Jamaico Plain, 1 Mass. The party is in charge of Mr. F. E. Ayerß of Boston, Mass; assisted by Mr. W. E. Wood, of Athol, Mass.; Mr. Geo. L. Stevenson, of Wenthrop, Mass., and Mr. Austin D. Paige of Lyndonviil, Vt. The sleeping accommodations are in charge of Messrs. George A. Morse, E. L. Correll, J. Crecy, R. E. Winsett, F. A. Tingley and R. L. Smith. A PHILLIPS PARTY. No one can deny that travel into ■Southern California ia remarkably good now, for the hotels are well ti lied and the railroad managers report flattering traffic returns. Yesterday morning a mammoth Phillips' party arrived in the city over the Southern Pacific and Union Pacific roads, the passengers traveling in the tourist cars equipped by Pullman, according to the agreement wilh the rail road companies named. The travelers were much delighted with the trip over the Sierras, and said it was a fitting passage-way to the glories of California. The names of tho excursionists are as follows. For Los Angeles—Miss A Junius, Geo Metz, Miss Coleman, Miss Christianson, Chicago, 111; E R Mar in, Sliaftbur>, Vt; Mrs Grasett, Miss M Grasett; Sim coe, Canada: U Dumond, Albany, N V; G J Alt, Scranton, Pa; L B Burgess and wife, Providence, R I; J S Cann and wife, John Cann, Hartford, Conn ; B F Patten and wife, Boston, Mass; G H Brown and wife, St Paul, Minn; John Averhiser, Cortland, N V; Geo H Simp eon, Buffalo, NY; Mrs J H Flood, Miss Flood, West field. N V; J P Hayes and Wife, Philadelphia, Pa. For San Francisco—Mrs. J. Walter, Jane Walter, Hugh Walter, Susie Wal ter, Boston, Mass.; A. W. Derbyshire, Lowell, Mass.; Mrs. W. Thompson, Jes sie Thompson, Denver, Col.; C. C. Al bright, Rochester, N. V.; M. W.-bber, Scranton, Pa.; F. J. Norris, Chicago, HI.; L. A. Schroeder, Brooklyn, N. V.; Mrs. Boyle, Miss Boyle, Kansas City, Mo.; Mr. Decot and wife, Lester V. De cot. Ernest Decot, Batavia, N. V.; J. Fisher and wife, Joseph Fisher, Chicago, 111.; J. Kirk, Boßton, Mass.; N. Span burgh, Albany, N. Y. For Pasadena—Mrs. E. 8. Stasey, Greenfield, Mass.; Fred Webber and wife, Boston. Mass. For San Diego— C Rice, Boston, Mass; F H Smith, Providence, RI; H L Tracy and wife, Oswego, N Y. For San Jose—Mrs M Sherwood, Miss AW Dresser, Miss L B Dresser, Chicago, 111; George Ellis and wife, Boßton, Mass; J B Bobbins and wife, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. For Saticoy—Mrs J Bsals, Miss Q Beals, Charles Beats, Brooklyn, N Y. For Fresno—Mif s C Kllis, Chicago. For Santa Barbara—W T Richardson and wife, Boston. For San Fernando—Mrs Dr Cutler, Miss Nina Cutler, Chicago. For Bakersfield—Mrs Tyler, Brooklyn, N. Y. THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1889 For Oakland—F J Cowan and wife, Bo ston. For Portland, Ore—J R Price and wife, Miss Price, New York ; George Pleassett, Philadelphia, Pa; T. P. Bowper, Bloom ington, 111; Miss Mary Huntz, Athol, Mass; B B Ladd and wife, Nova Scotia ; G H Brison, Miss Briaon, Elmira, N. V ; O H Cheney, Redding, Pa; Miss White house, Lynn, Mass; H C Wilcox and wife, Haverhill, Mass; B F Ellis,wife and shild, Skowbegan. Me. THE NEW ARRANGEMENT. The arrangement by which Messrs. Phillips now continue in the excursion business iB as follows: They charter from Pullman the number of cars they want for their parties and then issue lo their patrons the berth-checks, the Pull man rates being, of course, added to the prices of the tickets. By this system Phillips will get back into his old chan nel of business, and yesterday he started in on his advertising again. Ten thou sand books relating to the glories of Southern California are to be mailed; by him, during the next few days, to the principal cities East of the Rockies. NOTES. The Union Pacific Eent out an excur sion last night. Mr. Joe P. Crosby, one of Phillips & Co.'s popular exclusion managers, who came in yesterday with the party of tourists named above, is stopping at the Westminster. The last of the Sunset excursions is on t he road. Mr. William Burnham, the well known locomotive manipulator, accompanied by a party of friends, will leave New York to-day for the coast. THE LABOR EXCHANGE. A Change ot Quarter*;— What Has Uecu Done. The Free Labor Exchange was re moved yesterday from 148} i South Spring street to No. 9 Fort street, the change being made because the old quarters were hardly large enough to meet the rapidly increasing business. The new offices are nicely fitted up, there being a ladies' reception room and a reading room for the men, which con tains a large table where exchanges con tributed by the Herald and the Timet may always be found. There is also a secretary's office, where all those desir ing situations can register, and where all who want help of any kind can leave orders:. Mr. Fehnemann, the organizer of the bureau, states that tho good ac complished by it has exceeded the most sanguine expectations, while its import ance to the working classes has made its continuance a necessity. Since its open ing the rcoma have been crowded every day, and there have been registered for ; places 1,845 men and 370 women, of whom 304 have found employment, a , good showing for the first month's oper ations. Being now an established insti tution, orders are coming in freely for ] help of all descriptions, from both the city and country, and the field for good is constantly increasing. REFUSED HIS TICKET. A nig; Suit Hroaght Against the , Southern Pacific. A gentleman named Peter 8. Petersen ] is making a good deal of trouble for the : Southern Pacific just now. He left Los ' Augeles for Omaha last week with a first class ticket, which he claims he pur chased in the regular manner, but tbe conductor who has charge of the train . from Carlin to Wells, Nevada, evidently found something wrong with the paste board, for he refuse 1 to carry Mr. Peter son on it. That gentleman was there- 1 fore compelled to pay for the privilege j of remaining on the cars and when he \ reached Ogden, the terminus of the Cen tral Pacific, he was in a furious state of mind. As an outcome of the affair he has commenced suit against the company and has placed his damaages up in the i thousands, The ticket agents here made 1 a careful investigation yesterday of the records, but cannot find any entry whereby a ticket was issued to Petersen, neither is it recorded as a re turn pass. They state, therefore, that if he, as it is claimed, bought his ticket in this city, he got it from a scalper, and will have no chances for redress. Pullman Passengers. The following Pullman passengers left yesterday for San Francisco and the East- By the 1:20 p. m. train —Mr. Dearborn, Dr. Bulson, Mr. Peterson, Mrs. Bush, E. H. Sawyer, S. H. Taylor, Mrs. G. H. Mitchel, N. Frank, J. Ronehauee, G. E. Knapp, L. G. Wechsler, Mr. Van Dyke, Mrs. Cherteborough, T. R. Shannon, J. Reinhaus, C. H. Toneray, Mrs. Crockett, Mrs. Johnson, Mr. Smith, E. D. Ellis, Mr. Perry, Mr. Morgan, G. Koest, Mr. Alexander, Miss Benjamin. By the 10:30 p. v. train—Mr. Austnen, A, "B. Williams, Mr. Barnhardt, Mr. Barnes, Mr. Flashman, B. H. Breston, Mrs. Grant, L. H. Kellogg, M. Ricker, Mr. Ellson. Depot Jottings. The weather reports received yester day by the Southern Pacific showed "all fair," both north and south. Travel in and out of Los Angeles is in creasing rapidly. The San Francisco trains have to be frequently run in two sections. Three more orange specials went out last night, one north over tho Southern Pacific and Union Pacific, one East over the Sunset and one via the Santa Fe route. Mrs. Mosford Dead. The many friends of Colonel Mosford, the recently elected Superintendent of Streets, will hear with regret of the death of his wife at noon yesterday. Mrs. Mosford had a stroke of paralysis Borne time ago, from which she never entirely recovered, and which has been the means of bringing about her end. Wanted. The proprietors of florae A Abel's White Pine Balsam, would like to hear from any pur chaser of their medicine who has not found It to be the most efficient remedy for coughs, colds, whooping cough, croup or any lung difficulty that has ever been devised. Remem ber the name, Home & Abel's White Pine Bal sam. For sale by all druggists. Price, 25 cents and $1. Your Boy Can Look Well If you bring him to northwest corner Spring aud First and select a good, durable suit at a straight discount of 10 per cent. This is your opportunity. Mullen, Bluett <1 Co. Theo. Rapp, Wood Engraver, , No. 10 Court street, room 9. Satisfaction guaranteed. Reasonable prices. Crown Flour. Crown Flour. , Ask your grocer for It. Always reliable. Mullen, Mluett &. Co. Offer great inducements to purchasers of fine I clothing, etc , at corner Spring and First. There is no use in talking about a good cigar, ! the argument Is exhausted. Let us stand by the Grand Republic Clgarros. Staple i And fancy groceries: full stock. Seymour & Johnson Co. AUCTION SAXES. General Auction Mart. BEESON & RHOADES, AUCTION, Storage *™ Commission Peremptory Sales ot Now and Second-Hand Furniture WEDNESDAY, MARCH G, and SATURDAY, MARCH 9, At 10 a. si. and 2 p. m. Liberal cash advances made on consignments. Outside sales made on application. ÜBN O. RHOIDE;, Auctioneer. ja 5-tf Grand Auction Sale i OF PINE Furoiture tSHousehold Goods BEESON & RHOADES, Will sell at the corner of Fourth and Main streets, No. 295 8. Main, opposite the West minster Hotel, the entire contents of this 12 -room bouse, on THURSDAY, MARCH 7th, at 10 a. m., Consisting of fine Marble Top Bedroom Sets, Marble Top Tables, flue Upholstered Goods iv Parlor Sets and Easy Chairs, Bed Lounges, Caipots, Curtains, Pictures, Silverware, Dishes; also,one fine.large range,st'ives,and everyihing kepi in a first class dwelling. Sale positive. Ladies invited. HEN O. HnOADGS. Auctioneer. m4-4t* H. H. MATLOCK & SON, Auction and. Commission House, 144 SOUTH SPRING STREET, Will sell on Saturday, march 3d, at a P. M. New and Second Hand FURNITURE, Conslst'ng of handsome bedroom set of differ ent kinds, parlor sets, diulng-roum, bedroom, and kitchen furniture. Carpets, etc.; abou everything wanted for housekeeping. Musi and will bo sold without reserve to the highest bidder. J6-3m H. FI. MATLOCK, Auctioneer. AT AUOTION, The Carlton Hotel, Pasadena. Having received instructions to sell the con tents of the above house, we shall offer the en tire furniture at auction On THDHtIUAT, MARCH 7tb, Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. This hotel has long been known as tho most elegantly appointed house on the Coast, all the furniture, which was purchased direct from the mo6t reliable manufacturers in the Union, being both unique in its costliness and re cherche iv its design. It comprises some elegant Parlor Suites in velvet, plusb, silk and leather. There are Sofas, Lounges, Easy Chairs, Reclining Rockers, Tete-a-tete xables, etc., etc., all in tho latest styles, and •500 Worth of Rare and Expensive Lace Curtains. ALSO, PORTIERES, RUGS AND CARPETS. Bedroom sets in every conceivable wood and finish, with Bedding and Blankets of the finest qualities, while some of the China Wash Sets are exquisite works of art. The alning-room furniture is in antique oak, and induce* that MAGNIFICENT OAK SIDEBOARD, The envy of all the coast; besides some highly artistic Side Tables, leather-seated Chairs,elab orate Gas Fixtures and cut Glassware in various Bbapes, and a large assortment of Table Linen and Crockery. These will suit the most fa-tld ious private families, as well as high-class hotels and restaurauts. *1,500 Worth of Silverware, In which will be found center pieces, candel abra, tea urns and spirit kettles, besides a large assor.meut of kuives, forks aud spoons, many of which have never yet been used. In the kitchen nr-; collected sufhcieutdlshesanduten slis for 300 guests, with au extra large French Cooking Range, also a Bakery Outfit, complete, the whole Invoice figuring! over *>30,000. This includes the Office Furniture, large Safe.Hall Chairs.and sundry other articles, also the builer and pump All will be offered. Snch an opportunity to buy will never agaiu occur. The hotel will be open for inspection at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning, sale commencing next day. Ladles are especially invited. C. A. HI M M .It & CO., Auctioneers. 54 N. Main st., Los Angeles. m 6 2t LADIESt GRAND OPENING OF Spring and Summer MILLINERY —AT THE— " WONDER," 70 S. MAIN ST., Saturday, March 9th. ALL THE LATEST STYLES —IN— RIBBONS AND MILLINERY At Prices Lower Than Ever. MS lm NOW OPEN! LOS ANGELES NATATORIUM, The Swimming Bath. I Fort St., bet. Second ■ \ and Third sts., adjoin- V ing the new City Hall. A Q. NEW IMPROVE H SS MKNTS. CHANGE IN / ) MANAGEMENT. \ i Water changing con -1 il /?r stantlv. Basin, 30x84 feet, W"v being 2 feetdeepatone V Ik L. end and 12 st the other. YKa Water heated by steam. A new super heater /W has been added, where- I W by the water will be }Ja kept at an even ter n peratnre of 80 degrees fcr *S Open daily from 6 _ ~A. v. to 10 p. m. Satur —=2*=.. . days, 10 30 p. m. Sun ji^i s jNfilasfc' g^jrZ— , <las ' B ' wlll dose at ti 1/1 I / ' Prof. Albert Snnd ( I 1 I strome. of New York, a= q > ssj»sss**23K£****9 engaged as swim- T niing instructor. • f Ifn A courte of lessons Only $5. Admission, Including suits and towels—Adults, 25 cents; children. 20 cents; except Saturdays and Sudtys, wheu prices will be; Adults, 35 centsuchildren, 25 ceuts. Spectators free when not crowded. Plain hot and cold baths, 25 cents. Saturday mornings from 8 to 1 o clock, reserved exclusively for ladies. Every Tuesday evening, Ladles and Gentle men's Night. No gent admitted without a lady. McCALDIN & BETTS, Proprietors and Managers. 124-lm NOTIOE. THE LOB ANGELRB CITY WATER CO. ; wlllstrlotly enforce the following rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8 o'clock a. M. and 6 and 8 o'clock p. m. For a violation of tho abovo regulation the water will bo shut off and a fine of two dollars will ibe chargod oloru waW will be turned on gain, ' HOTEL VENDOME, SAN JOSE, CAL This new aud elegant bote) was opened for the reception of February 7,1859. San .lose Is one hour's ride from Sau Frauclsco, situated in the celebrated Banta Clara valley, a city having over 40.000 inhabitants. Thin hotel nan 225 ro una, aud Ist located in the center ot al2 acre park, "which has been under high cultivation for over twenty-five years. Steam hem iv all the halls, all rooms either steam heat or grates. Incandescent light through the house. Arc lights ou grounds. Otis elevator. Large music hall. Cl-eutiemen's billiard room aud club rooms, also ladles' billiard parlor. Every room has a special fire alarm. Fine livery and boarding stable in connection with house. Altog ther tho bes T . equipped and most modern hotel in California. Rates, $2.50 to $4.00 per day, transient. Satisfactory rates made with permanent guests. THEODOREJGITTINGS and FRED PRESBREY, Clerks. E. W. HOOT. » iiasrrr. MONTGOMERY. GRANT & CO.. 333 N. lon Angeles St. Braucb store* at Pomona and San Bernardino. NORWEGIAN STEEL PLOWS. SYRACUSE CHILLED PLOWB. BUGGIES AT COST, AND VEHICLES OF ALL KINDS THE SAME. We carry everything required by the Farmer and Orchartliat. ml 10m JOE POHBI THE TAILOR, Makes tha Best Fitting Clothes in the State at 25 per cent loss than any other Tailor on tha Pacific Coast. Suits made to f °rom er $25°? Pants made t Vrom r 6^? 203 Montgomery Street, 721 Market and 111. 1 & 1112 Market St. SAN FRANCISCO. 105,10? and 109 Santa Clara Street, SAN JOSE. 49 and 51 South Soring Street, and 263 North Main Street, LOS ANGELES. 1021 & 1023 Fonrth Street. SAN DIEGO, Over one thousand testimonials in California. HELLMAN, HAAS & CO.. Agents, LOS ANGELES. fll> 12m d&w E. C. NIEDT & CO., Manufacturers of and Dealers in Pure : Ground : Bone IF YOU WANT YOUR Chickens to Lay And be Healthy, feed them Crushed Bone and Bone Meal. OFFICE AND WAREROOM3— aa N. I.OS ANGELES ST. P. O. Box 1783. 117 lm Superfluous HAIR Removed FROM THE FACE BY ELECTROLYSIS ! Warts. Moles snd Tumors also removed by the same process without pain, injury or scar. Oflice: 237 S. Spring St. Hours: 10 a.m. to 1 P.M. E. HAMMOND CRISWOI.D, I*l. D. ml Om ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS. The (treat English Remedy. FOR LIVER, BILE, INDIGESTION, ETO. Free from mercury: contains only pnre Vegetable Ingredients. Agents, LAN3LKY A MICHAELS. San Francisco. a*Wktyl7 PATENTS. H. T. Hazard. James R. Townsend. HAZARD & TOWNSEND, SOLICITORS OF PATENTS AND ATTORNEYS IN PATENT OASES. Patents Reenter! In all countries; copyrights, trade marks and labels. Room 9, Downev hlook, Los Angeles. Cal. jalOtf HLSI'A|IKAIVT». James' Trf esta iTrant, Near the Old Santa Monica Depot, IN SANTA MONICA, li now reopened under tbe manegement of Mr. Emtle, formerly chief cook of the Campi Res taurant in Los angeles. Meals served in American, French and Italian Btyles at all hours. PRIVATE ROOMS FOR PARTIES AND! FAMILIES. Single meals, 25 and £0 centß. mC lm* No Chinese Employed! THE QUAKER RESTAURANT, Reopened at 140 S. Spring St. TOO ARK INVITED. MEALS. 25 CENTS. Heniored from 23 Temple street. W. H. TRIPP, Prop. m 5-lm IjUI.ICH'S - Restaurant and Oyster Parlors, 41 aud 43 Nortn Main Street. M> PRIVATE ROOMS upstairs for ladles and families, whore meals wiU be served in tht best style. flfif.f JKHRY lI,LIBB. Proprietor, A SUCCESSFUL CHANGE. "THE CLIFTON," At the corner of Fort and Temple sts.. under the new management, is now the bust private hotel In the city. The rooms, both single and en suite, are large, sunny and well lurnlshed, and it 3 table unequalled In the city. The kitchen isunder the direct managenieut of tho famous chef. F. De Russlc Smith, a conk of thirty-five years' experience, and lv that capacity has served both Urantand Garfield, has also been chief cook on Paid tie and Atlantic Ocean s'eamers, and was a chief in the Union Pacific dining car service for six years. Its convenience to business adds greatly to its popularity. Breakfast, 6:30 to 8:30; Lunch, 12 to 2; Dinner, 0 to S. Summer rates now in force. mG lm Tlie Only Kelluble Optical institute, 131-133 8. Spring St., L. A. Theater Bldg. THE LOS AN3ELES OPTICAL INSTITUTE, N. STRASSBURGER, SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN. Testingof eyes free. Grinding of lenses to order s specialty. No peddlers employed. 1 use my own name only. Absolute perfect fitting guar anteed where glasses are required. 114 12m RIaMCELLANEOtja. RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. WM & CO., 50 North Spring St. . Men's Furaishiog Goods. Closing Out Sale GREAT REDDCTIONS! $25,000 Worth —OF— DNDERWEAB, SHIRTS, HOSIERY, NECKWEAR, COLURS AND CUFFS, ETC., ETC., At a Sacrifice! 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 havo decided to close out our business as soon as possible, and will therefore sell our stock at a sacrifice. Entire Stock and Fixtures for sale as a whole. EAGLESON 4 CO. i CATARRH, Throat Diseases, Bronchitis. ASTHMA, CONSUMPTION Together with diseases ol the EYE, EAB AND HEART, Successfully treated by M. Hilton Williams, M. (>., M. CP. 8. 0.. HOLLENBECK BLOCK, Cor. Spring and Second Sts., Los Angeles, Cal. Consumption Can Be Cured. This has been demonstrated in thousands of cases treated by I> If. WILLIAMS. With his new system of medicated inhalations, also the oxygen and compound oxygen treat ment, cumbined with proper constitutional remedies for the liver, stomach, blood, etc. Probably no system of practice ever adopted has Leen so universally successful as that in troduced by Dr. Williams for the oure of Catarrh, Throat Diseases, Bronchitis, Asthma and Consumption. CATARRH. Catarrh is often regarded by the patient as a cold in the head, and he often expresses his astonishment at his remarkable tendency to contract a fresh cold. ludeed, he declares he is scarcely free from oue cold before he takes another; and he Is always exceedingly careful. It is also a matter of surprise to him that the cold always seems to settle in the head and throat. At times many of the symptoms of Catarrh may seem to abate, and the patient is led to hope that the disease is about to wear off; bat another class of symptoms toon appear, and he learns to his horror that instead of recovery from the disease it is somewhat changed in its character and has extended to the throat. A sense of weariness is sometimes felt In read ing, speaking or sins ing, hoarseness at times occurs, a >ensation of dryness Is sometimes felt iv the throat, or it appears that some foreign substance, as, for instance, a hair, obstructed the throat; tbere becomes a sense of languor and fatigue, the breath lessens upon a little exertion, a short, hacking cough, a peculiar sound in clearing the throat, a feeling as though there was not room enough lv 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 this point the progress of the disease 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 he will "by andby" recover. But this delusion is the grand error which has peopled our cemeteries with consumptive forms, as all forms of catarrh end nually in consumption Inhalations are applicable iv all diseases of the respiratory organs, 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 upon the diseased surface in the pharynx and nasal passages, for air will find Its way Into the most remote and intricate cavities, where it is Impossible to make fluid applica tions. By these means every case can be cured. Persons desiring treatment by this system of practice 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 cured that I do not consider any case hopeless unless both lungs are seriously involved. Even then the inhalations aid ns in dissolving the muens and in contracting and healing the cav ities, which nothing else can do with the same success The very best references from those already cured. CONSULTATION FREE. Those who desire to consult with me in regard to their cases had 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 M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D. f HOLLENBECK BLOCK, r Corner Second snd Spring sts., Los Angelas). Office hours, from 9 a . m . to 1 r. M.| Ja3 6m 3