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DAILY HERALD. tmtuo state, awwu aorvtco. ■moors oi observstioas taken at Loa Angeles, b3SS? April 8 1389. by the War De •arMsent: ■ Tt»«. Bar. wl Yel | 507 V~Z J995 56 53 NR 3 Cloudy fV-07 r*. 59 50 8W 11 li-'tCl'd M-Klrarm temperatare. 06 mlntmnm tern pecature. 35; rainfall past 24 hours. .02. Indication*. San Frakcisco, April B.—lndications for twenty-four hours for California—Local rains; southerly winds, slightly warmer. PERSONAL. Prof. R. H. Buell will leave for the north on this morning's train. Mrs. W. A. Clinton took her departure lor tde north on last night's train. Mr. Wm. Willard, a globe-trotter, from Warwick, England, is at the Arcade Hotel. Mr. Merick Reynolds, of the San Pedro Lumber Comyany, is in the city aa business. Miss Catherine W. Barnes and Mrs. H. I. Barnes, society ladies from Albany, N. V., are at the Nadeau. Messrs. (ray Barham and Hancock Banning returned yesterday from their trip to the Cone jo Ranch. '" Mr. Geo! H. Goul'3", one of the leading men of »anta Baroara, was in the city yesterday, and went East. Dr E. H. Van Winkle, a well-known medico of New York, accompanied by his wife, are at the Hollenbeck. W. M. McFadden and E. A. White, of Anaheim, are in San Francisco attend ing the Grand Lodge of the Order of Chosen Friends. lion. R- M. Widney and his son, Mr. R. G. Widney, left the city last night on their" way East, where they will make an extended tour. Mrs. Reuben Valentine, Miss C. Val entine and Miss A.G.Valentine, wealthy Pennsylvanians, arrived in town yester day and are at the Nadeau. Mr. J. M. Studebaker, the millionaire wagon maker of South Bend, Ind., who has been passing a vacation in the city, left for the North last night. Judge John B. Haskins, of New York, is back in the city again aft ir a short visit to Coronado Beach, ready to take another shy at the bunco men. He is at the Hollenbeck. Frank P. Kelly, the District Attorney, has been cod lined to his room with a dangerous abscess for about a week. Yesterday he was able to resume his place at his desk. ' fin'liT -. h Mr. Geo. Chambers, wife and two children, of Chicago, are taking in the city. They are guests of Landlord Reinhardt's new and handsomely fur nished Arcade Hotel. Judge S. C. Hastings, of San Francisco, is at the Hollenbeck in a precarious con dition of health. He came into the city several days ago. and was almost imme diately taken down with a severe attack of kidney trouble. The Judge is a man of about i<s years of age. He is the founder of the Hastings Law School in San Francisco, and is well known all over the coast as a jurist and a philan thropist. NEWS HOTKS. A part of the Nadeau Houbo lobby is being cut out for Capt C. A. Marriner. Mrs. Crow, wife of Mr. H. J. Crow, of Glendale, was buried last Sunday, hav ing died of heart disease. John Gadsworth pleaded guilty to bat tery in Justice Savage's court yesterday, and was fined fifteen dollars. The regular monthly meeting of the Chamber of Commerce will take place at their rooms on First street to-morrow afternoon. A hundered helpers are required at the Pavilion to-morrow by the Flower Festi val Society. They should be around with scissors, hammers and needles. Nicholas R. Busher and Louise E. Buaher, his wife, have petitioned the Superior Court for permission to adopt Grace Cora Petty, an 11-year-old girl. The Social Purity League of Los An geles will hold a mass meeting to-nig'.t at 7:30 o'clock, in the Central Baptist Church, corner South Hill and Tnird streets. In the Southern Pacific ticket office, on SpriDg street, can be seen some green tigs, picked on March 30'.h, at Araby, A. T. They are about the earliest on record. The ladies of the Central Baptist Church are making arrangements for a New England dinner, this week, Thurs day, at 118 West First sheet, in the Nadeau block. Transfers of real estate yesterday amounted to $136,387, and were 86 in number. Of these 43 were for more than $1,000 each, and 18 were for nom inal considerations. T. H. Case, of San Francisco, an ex- Grand Master of the State Lodge, F. & A. M., and a brother of Mrs. I. E. Cohn, of this city, died at his home in the Bay City and was buried last Sunday. The cases of Rose, Hood, and John Doe, who are charged with having fraud ulently won at play from Judge Haskins, came up before Justice Lockwood yes terday morning. As the attorneys for the defense were engaged on another case in the Superior Court, a continuance was granted until this evening at 7 o'clock. A Mexican named Acavido swore out a ■'omplaint before the District Attorney against several of the band of gypsies now located down in the river bed, charging them with having stolen his horse. He says that he met several of the men in the city, and they offered to: make a trade with him. He went down to the camp to look at the horse they had to offer, and when he got there was informed that he had agreed to the trade. Ho was then pulled off his horse And driven out of the camp. Depot Jottings. General Manager Dan McCool left for Chicago yesterday according to pro gramme. Sells' circus is traveling in two spscial trains and will arrive in Los Angeles early on tbe morning; of the llth. Two ships carrying 8,000 tons of coal, and one vessel laden with tise, all for the Southern Pacific, arrived in San Pedro harbor yesterday. The Santa Monica train is now hauled by engine No. 354, the flyer that made the recent fast trip with General Super intendent Fillmore and General Johnny flaaseit, its conductor, is the happiest man on the road. Mr. H. A. Towne, brother to the gen eral manager of the Southern Pacific, and himself superintendent of the loco motive and car departments of the Minneapolis and St. Louis Railway, was in the city yesterday and went north on the noon train. * Persona wishing to improve their memories or strengthen thofr power of attentisn should •end to Prof. Loisette, 237 Fifth avenue, New York, for bis prospectus, post free, as advertised 4a another column. THE LOS AUGELES DAILY HERALD. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1889 THE SANTA MONICA HARBOR. A Stock. Company Formed for Its Opening. The Santa Monica Board of Trade sent down a~committee to confer with the Los Angoles Chamber of Commerce yes terday about the matter of the improve ment of the harbor at that place. A meeting was held in the rooms of the Chamber, at which were present from Santa Monica the Waters brothers, Mr. Lewis. Mr. Rweetzer, J. C. Morgan and Juan Carrillo. Major Jones and several members of the Chamber took part in the conference. The Santa Monica people stated that they had taken hold of the business of improving the harbor in good earnest. Subscriptions to the amount of $20,000 had been obtained from the citizens of Santa Monica, and no appeal had yet been made to the large land owners about the town. It was proposed t) build a pier 2,000 feet in length and to make other improvements, the expense of which would aggregate something like $35,000 or $40,000. It was believed that the Chamber of Commerce would sanction the movement, some ot the stock of the company which was to be formed for the purpose of controlling the harbor could be sold in this city. Tne matter was discussed at some length and it was finally decided to bring it up at the next regular meet ing of the Chamber, which will cake place to morrow. The Committee on Commerce, together with Major Jones, the President of the Chamber, will visit Santa Monica Wednesday and look tbe ground over preparatory to making a report on the subject. "FIVE PASSENGERS KILLED." Rumor of a Big Wreck on the Santa F<- Overland. It was reported on the streets late last night, on pretty good authority, that the Santa Fe overland train bound t j Los Angeles, and which should have reached here yesterday morning, was wrecked one night at Peach Springs, A. T., and that live passengers had been killed. Inquiries made by the Herald disclosed nothing further than the news that all along the California Southern it was believed the wreck as reported had taken place, but it could not be authenticated as the Atlantic and Pacific controls the only wire running from Mcjive to Albuquerque, and is noted for never allowing the news of any accident to leak out, if possible. At the Santa Fe offices here, all that could be found out was that the train referred to had been reported to them rs eighteen hours late, and that the operators on the road had wired of rumors of the disaster. Peach Springs, the scene of the reported catastrophe, is situated on the heavy grades ecst of the Needles, and is 109 miles from the Colorado River town. The Kauiry Came. The trial of Neil Ramsey, the San .Pedro saloon-keeper, who is charged with having committed an outrage on the person of little Mary Walters, con tinued yesterday in the Superior Court, Department No. 1. The defense closed its case at about 4 o'clock in the after noon.. An effort was made to show that the outrage was committed by another man. A number of witnesses were called to prove the previous good repu tation of the defendant. The case will go to the jury this morn ing after argument id heard. I in Wryeruian Cair. The case of the peiple against Arthur Weyerman, who is charged with the murder of his brother, Bjrnard, came ou for a second trial before Judge Mc- Kinley in Department No. (i, yesterday. This is the shooting affair which took place last August on the corner of Fort and Temple streets. The trial was con tinued for some time aud when at last it took place, the jury disagreed. , v On Special) Bale To-Uay at U'lne- ESB 3 ►>»■•" hu»|tli'B. .■v" Conlinustion of tbe great Bale of chain s at 6 cents a yard postponed to-aay owing to tbe in clement weather yesterday. A line of surah satins, at 25 cent*, a ytrd, in cream, scarlet, cardinal, orange aud light blue. A live of f.ue nun's veiling, at 15 cents a yard: cream, tan. pink, uavy and light blue. A Hue of pure linen torchon lace, two inches wide, shell design, 3 cents a yard, 12 yard lots only. A line of good quality silk plushes. 50 cents a yard, lti inches all colors and shades: others ask 75 cents a yard. A line of good size, striped Turkish bath towels, 12 cents each. A line of pure linen D'Oylies. at 25 cents a dozen, fringed aud checked aud all linen, for 25 ceuts a doz in. A line of ladies' fancy collars, ft cents each; l}»j inches htgh, pure linen, fast color, stitched border, all sjsjat; only 0 cents each. A line of indies' embroidered handkerchiefs, 10 centß; scolloped and embroidered in four corners, white aud colors, oniy 19 cents. A line of fancy border handerchiefs, 25 cents a whole dozen, printed in various pat terns, just the thing for children to lose. A line of Brussels net scarfing, 40 cents a yard. Cream pure silk, large dots, just right for over>kirts and scarfs. A line of black silk chantillv lace, 10 cents a yard: 2*4 inches wide and all silk for 10 cents. A line of white embroidery, six yards for ,25 certs: three inches wide, god patterns, 4> X cents a yard, worth 10 cents a yard. A line of very flue wide Oriental laces, 12 cents ayard; five inches wide, white and Beige, worth 35 cents a yard A line of ladles' Lisle vests, 33 cents each, in pint, blueaand ecru; silk embroidered neck, sleeves and bottoms, worth 75 cents, for 33 cents each. A line of checked summer silks, 40 cents a yard: pure silk, striped and checked, lilack and white checks, all sizes, 40 cents, worth 75 cents. A line of checked Nainsooks, 5 cents a yard Several sizes, just the thing for aprons, eic, 5 cents a yard. HUNTS' goods. A Hue of boys'white shirts, 43 cents each, reinforced laundered, worth 75 cents. A line of gents' wool tocks. 25 cents; fine summer weight black English cashmere socks worth 75 cents. A line of white handkerchiefs, G conts; cord ed, taped border, good size, (> ceuts each. A line of fancy auaptnders, 15 onnts a psir; patent, braided ends, good webbing; regular prloe 25 cents. Our advertisement appears every other day and the salea continue, lour days. WiNruußcili's. 20!) South Spring St., bet. Third and Fourth Catalina Island. Twenty-five varieties of flab. To-Night is Ladies And gentlemen's night at the Natatorlum Exhibition commences at 7:45 Spectators free.No gent admitted without a lady. Suits for rent. Consult Mrs. Dr. Wells. Uterine aud rectal diseases treated with skill by her new painless method. City references from hopeless catoa cured. 400 Fort street. :orner Fifth. Cohn's Pawnbroker Sale Auction of last twelve months' unredeemed pled-es of jewelry, diamonds, watches and tlrenrma is now going on at No '£}._ First street, near Main street, every day and eveulng until all are sold. L. B. Conn, Pawnbroker. Santa Catalina Island For a vacation: tbe beat in the world. Hotel en larged. Philadelphia Ice-Cream Factory rmisneipnia . «:.»««« r.u i»r|, 12 North Spring street. Telephone, 303. The "sterling" s the best 5-cent cigar iv the world. Take no ither. The Season at Catalina Has begun. Pour boats per week; excursion Bun Jay. HE IS WATCHED NOW. That is the Way A. J. Lenox. Jr.. Attains His majority. A.J. Lenox, Jr., the youngest son of officer Lenox, of the "finest," yesterday became of age. His father, who is very fond of the boy, marked the auspicious and interesting occasion by presenting tje young man with a very handsome gold watch and chain, and the following affectionate letter: Los Ay.mi,-,, April 8, 1889. A. J. Lenox, Jr. It gives me great pleasure to present my paternal congratulations on this, your 21lt birthday, and in doing so to tender you as well the watch herewith enclosed as a token of affectionate regard. It is my hope, my son, that you may cherish this gift, not only in remem brance of the giver, but also as a remin der of the day upon which you assume the duties and responsibilities of a man and a citizen; and it is my further hope that you may discharge those duties manfully and with fidelity to all true and honor able things. As you look upon its dial and note the passage of the hours, re member, my boy, that time is money, that it is the essence of all success, the handmaid of all accomplishments, and that to him who is prompt in his en gagements and obligations will surely come pleasant rewards. Very truly, A. J. Lenox, Sr. Parade and Reception. A reception will be given to-night at 29}., South Spring street to the grand officers ard delezates of the A. O. U. W. and S. Kb. , and in honor of tbe event there will be a parade of the Select Knights and the A. O. U. W. members, which will start from Opera Hall and march to the Temple block, thence down Spring to Fourth street, thence to Main, to First, to Spring, to the hall. A Brake-Bod Broke. The .'! :i!0 r. m. train for Burbank, on the County Railroad, had a narrow escape from being wrecked at Rowena station on Sunday afternoon. One of the iron brake-rods underneath the coaches broke and dropped to the ground near a wash out that has not yet been fixed. The en gineer luckily brought the train to a standstill in short order and thus averted an imminent calamity. A New Judge. Judge J. B. Banning, of Wilmington, was in the city yesterday receiving the congratulations of numerous friends over the arrival at his home of a little judge, whose net weight at time of arrival was eleven pounds. If the youngster com bines the graces of the mother with the sterling qualities of the father he will be a paragon indeed. The llowsi'}' Avenue Bridge. Work is progressing very rapidly on the Downey avenue bridge and ten or twelve bents are already in. The ap proach is finished on the west side and the first span over the tracks of the Cali fornia Southern has been completed. A large force of men are kept steadily at work. ACNTIK rGBFLEXED. "For heaven's sake, what docs your mother do to you children that makes you so hungry?" "Please, auntie, she gives us Joy's Vegetable Sarsnparilla and it's awful good." T. S. Milton of 511 Post street, San Francisco, writes: "I had been ailing for weeks with a disorder of the liver and kidneys. Finally my wife, becoming frightened, procured a bottle of 'The California Remedy'— Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparllla. It cured me right up. In fact did so much for mo that I sent for a half-dozen and gave it to my children, with the most satis factory results." Eye, Ear and Throat Diseases. Dr. S. M. Slocum, lately associated with the celebrated Dr. Sadler, Is now located at No. 320 South Main street, "Moro Castle." Deaf ness, noises In the ears, discharges from the ears, catarrh and throat diseases most success fully treated. Operations on the eye skillfully performed. Free consultation from 12 m. to 5 p. m .; evenings, 8 to 9; Bundays.9A. M. to 2 P. sr. Sporting Goods. Cal at Sportsmen Headquarters for your fish ing supplies, just received. All kinds of sport ing goods on band. Good?, guaranteed or money refunded. All work neatly done and guaran teed. H. Slottcrbeck, 111 North Main street, Temple block. Catalina Hotel Is Enlarged, A fine t ihle and excellent management : $30 a Year--What it Will Do. ' fTIHE UNION DEBENTURE BOND CO., OF BOSTON. MASS., C APITAL $500 000 WILL 1 1 invest this small amount (divided into quarterly, semi-annual" or annual payments) each ( year for ten years, and return $500 to you. payments), each This is at the rate of nearly 10 per cent, compound interest. ' trajSS. " Te yourmone y' Buy one or two bonds, and have $1,000 or more saved up in ' Call and get full Information at once. ; "WM. ALRICHB, Agent, ml ° 12m 131 S- Spring street, Lob Angeles Theatre Building. ■ 3 Ikittanc/ ®3 PHOTOS. „ ■ IZZJ PHOTOS. t stringency of the money market, I have reduced the price of my Photos from #5 to $3 per Dozen. «^ a t li n ! b « e l "i" yea f s ,n bu si«ess In Chicago, and three years In this oity, I can guar hl^er'prUe'-w'oVk 8 . V w.Yh J. T. BERTRAND, 413 N. Main st., opp. Plaza )»3Q-3m " MASSAGE AND SWEDISH MOVEMENT CURE! By C. STAPKFR, 837 South Sprtnsr Street, a pupil of Dr. Donglats Graham of Boston. Also method of Dr. George Huaerf jutn of Liptig used <,ran,m °» M A SSJ A drlil }. B KBPEl r ; . IALI ' V BENEFICIAL FOR ALL NERVOUS TROUBLE WRITER'S St StSSHa JCj <;ram P B . Weak Eyes, Femalo Weaknesbes, Kidney,Throst and Chest Tr/mt In often preventing Consumption. It has no equal for Paralysis aud all Ohoulc UU. aYe, Thn,?' matlsrn, Neuralgia and Sciatica are cured by It. II Is unexcelled for 22£t*X32 ,rom Fever and Surgical Operations. ItTs a m^th^'"H?'.!: Wh ° hiT6 thelr PatleDU ' welfare at'h l^. n»»san»»assßßßßßasaaaaa»mmmmmmmm^^—— * Ws22 1 ID " THE BEST OF BEVERAGES.' Made Instmtkj "Jerusalem" in Los Angeles. The celebrated Automatic City of Jerusalem, which has been a recognized success in all the Eastern cities, will be on exhibition in this place for a short seasou, at the northeast corner of Main and Second streets, commencing to-night at 7 o'clock. It represents the city as it appeared just before the crucifixion. It occupies over 000 equaro feet, and is built in marble and gold. The temples and palaces are built up in sections, and by means of machinery, hundreds of fig ures are made to walk through the streets and buildings, and the principal events of that time are represented by life-like moving people aud other charac ters. The San Diego Union says: "Nothing so grand, beiutiful and wonderful has ever visited this country." The admission is placed for the first week at 15 cents. Open daily, morning, evening and night. To Soldiers' HomeOand return to-day, over the Los Angeles and Pacific Rail way ; fare, fifty cents. Excursion at 2 p. X., returning at 4:30 P. m. Tickets at general office, 44 North Spring street, or at depot. When Baby was sick, we gave h»,r Castoria, When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, When she had Children, she gave them Castoria, Cure For Sick Headache. If you want a remedy for bllllousnesa, blotches and pimples on the face, and a sure cure for sick headache, call at C. H. Hance's, the Druggist, 79 North Spring street. Dr. Sunn's Liver Pills; only one lor a dose, sample free: fnll box 25 cents y POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tne powder never varies. A model of purity and wholfiomenosa. More economical than the ordinary kinds, aud cannot be sold in compe tttion with the multitudes of low test, short weight, slum of phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal Bakinb Powdeb Co., 106 Wall St.. N. Y. THK JOHNSON LOCKE MERCAN TILE 00.. Han Francisco. Aeents. da-4m London's Distinguished Dental Firm Writes regarding tne •^Ssssssassssn^ 93 snd 96 London Wall, E. C, j London, November 25,1888. I Gkntlkmen: We consider the Polisher well deserviug the notice of all who wish to preserve aud beautifythelrteeth.aud it may he described as the nc plus ultra of tooth brushes. GEORGE R. MATLAND. THOMAS C. MATLAND. AT ALL, DROtlfilSTs, Its Economy. Holder (imporisbable) 38 cents. Polishers only need be renewed, 18 (boxed) 25 cents. Dealers or mailed, mmsu* tn'Fiu CO., utlca, It. V. FOR ill ONLY! A PfKITiVF For LOST or FAILING MANHOOD: SriHIIIIt General anil NERVOUS DEBILITY; TP Weakness of Bodyand Mind: EffecU V KJ AvAJ of Errors or Exccsies in Old or Young. rinl.u,!. Noble "I AMKI.II> l.iil. 1!,-I,.ri.il. How lo In In nr. mid Str.ni;lhunnKAK,l. : .>DKVKl.or*r:iH ,1:1.1 \s ,v I'Ml I>. : lilllll. Al.~ .1 .Mj mnslira Himi: Nil ■. I'-IKM-Drnrsu In • say. IH l .nti-.llf>rr,„„j; Mm,.,, Tvrrllori...,, nnd r oroinn Innntrln. You ran urllu tbrm. Hoot., nUtnlaMtka, and proof, mailed VHAled) free. Addreta ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N. T. ja9 eodAwklv COCKLE'S ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS. The Great English Remedy. JPOR LIVER, BILE, INDIGESTION, ETO EToe from mercury; contains only pure VeMtablqi Ingredients. Agents, LANGLEV & MICHAELS. Han Francisco. 4«>ki Tl . WOOD AND LDHIBER YARDS. ciluTiiiri; LUMBER DEALERS, SAN PEDHO ST., NEAR SEVENTH. Am Belling lumber at the following prices, owing to the removal of the San Pedro-Street Railroad: Rough Oregon Pine. 820 OUt Hough Redwood, »20 M., No. I Humboldt Shingles, »2.25 M. Sun Lumber at aooordiugly iow prices. aslm P. O. Box. 1,235. Telephone, 178. "newhouse, Wagon Material, Hardwood, Iron, Steel, Blacksmiths* Coal and Tools, Cabinet Woods., etc. JOHN WIGMOE.E & 00. 13 and 15 south Los Angelss street. al tf sldhallert-ga n a h l lITIHIiR COMPANY. MAIN OmOI AMD YARD — Corner First and Alameda Streets, LOS ANGELES, CAL. BRANCH YARDS — East Los Angeles Lumber Yard, oor. Hoff aud Water streets. Washington-street Lumber Yard, cor. Washing ton street and Grand avenue. Oarvanza Lumber Yard. Garviv.ua. j 28tf I. A. Henderson President. J. R. Smurk Vice-Pres. and Treas, Wir. F. Marshall Secretary. southerFcauforn'ia LUMBER COMPANY. LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL. OfSoe and yard, 180 East First St., Los Angoleo ];i9-tf J. M Griffith. President. H. O. Stevenson, Vice-Pres. and Treas. T. E Nichols, Secy. E. L. Chandler, Hupt. J, M, GRIFFITH COMPANY, LUMBER DEALERS. And Manufacturers of Doors, Windows, Blinds, Stairs, Mill work of every description. 532 N. Alameda St., Lot Angeles. al-ti K.J4KCSiHOFF-Cir«r¥Kß Mill and Lumber Company. Wholcsalo and Retail Dealers in L TJ IE Til Yards at San Podro (Wharf), Los Angeles (Main offlco), Pomona, Pasadena, Puenta, La manda, Monrovia, Asusa, Glondora, Lords burg, Bureaus.. Planing Mills at Lot Angeles, Pomona. Mon rovia. n25-tf WesferaTiS Cor. Ninth and San Peuro Strata. LVHBKB of all class can bo had at this yard. ! a6-tf R. D. BOZKI.L. A. BOfKU. ROZELL BROS., —DBALBBS IN— Lamber and .Building Material. Yard corner Main and Jofferson Sts., Telephone No. 745. Los Angeles, Oal, J 15tf "PERRY, MOTT&TCirir Lumber Yards AND PLANING MILLS, N0.76 Commercial B;rmt al-t) WOOD AND COAL,. COAL. COAL. COAL. NOTICE. Now is tho time to lay in your supply of Coal. The hhip "Hilma" vow discharging 1500 « ONS English Coke and Welch "Anthracite Coal at Port of San Pedro for LOS ANGELES GAS COMPANY, Office, 295 North "Main Street, LOS ANGELES CITY. Wfll sell cheap on railroad track, this city, in order to make room for another cargo to arrive _ CALL AND GET QUOTATTONB. Wholesale and Retail. NEW MEXICO COAL, Screened Lump Coal, Delivered Loose. .81 1.00 In Sacks 12.00 Single Sacks, Delivered T6 " " at Yard SO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Coal and Wood Co., OFFICE: OOR. SECOND AND SPRING STS., Bryaon-Bonebrake Building (basemont), Telephone 315. CARLOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY. d2O 12m BRANCH OFFICE OF THE F. THOMAS PARISIAN Dyeiog aod Cleaning Works 160 rioutli Itlaln Street, Opposite Third : Los Angeles, Cal. Dyers and Finishers of all kinds of Fabrics. Ladies', Gents' aud Children's Clothing, and articles of every description Dyed and Cleaned at reasonable charges. CURTAINS AND BLANKETS DONE UP. SHELF GOODS A SPECIALTY. Central Office and Works, 27 Tenth St., San Francisco. ' MAKE NO MISTAKE! See that the wagon is marked tbe "F. THOMAS." s«tf waTto¥¥wachtel, Wholesale aud Retail Dealers In FURN IT URK OF ALL KINDS, At Lowest Possible Rates. 814, 816 and 818 Soutlt Spring; St., Bet. Third and Fourth Sts. m fJ-tf Storage and Commission. H. P. GREGORY & CO. 117 N. I.os Angeles St., Boilers, Engines, Steam Pumps, OTTO OAS ESitiINES, —AND — General Power Machinery. \ Agents for "HINKLE" PATENT PASSENGER \ AND FREIGHT ELEVATORS. Correspondence Solicited. mls 2r RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. wm t co, 50 North Spring St. Ileo's Furojshing Goods. Closing Out Sale GREAT RIICCTIONS! $25,000 Worth -OF UNDERWEAB, SHIRTS, HOSIERY, NECKWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS, ETC., ETC., At a Sacrifice! Every Dollar's Worth must be sold oat duriug the next few weeks. Not being able to find a much larger and more suitable store al a fair rental, we have decided to close out onr business as soon as possible, and will therefore sell our stock at a sacrifice. Entire Stock and Fixtures for sale as a whole. EAGLESON & CO. On the Influence of CQld —IN THK— Production of Disease* of the Lungs —AND ON THE— COMPARATIVE MERITS —or the— Different Plans of Treatment, BY M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D , M. C. P. 8. 0., specialist in diseases of tbe Head, Tbroat and Chest, including the Eye, Ear and Heart. The state of the atmosphere impresses itself directly on the mucous lining of the nasal pas sages, throat windpipe, bronchial tubes aud air-cells of the lungs. Budden changes in the temperature of the air are immediately felt over the whole of this extended surface. Coolness and humidity render the air irritating to the mucous membrane, irritation cuds in conges tion, and congestion is tbe first stage of inflam mation—the parent of all those chronic catarrh al affections of tbe nose, threat and bronohial tubes, which ultimately end in consumption. Nearly eighty per cent, of the esses of con sumption begin by congestion of the mucous membrane of the nasal passages, throat and bronchial tubes produced by colds. To that extent, therefore, consumption springs directly from tbe damp and changeable weather. It Is inflammatory and purely local in its early stage —quite as much so as inflammation of the eyes or quinsy of tbe throat, and must be treated In tbe same direct manuer. It Is a rule of medical practice, established by ages of experience, that every disease which is local—that is to say, has it* seat in any one organ or part of the body—requires for its cure 'ie direct application of the remedies to such or part. When this can be done, the disease is generally curable, and when it can not be done it is, if serious, generally fatal. The same mucous membrane is spread over the globe of the eye, lines the tear passage aud in ternal surface of tbe nose, covers the throat, passes down the windpipe, and becomes the lining of the delicate and innumerable air cells of the lungs. When cold produces inflamma tion of the eye iv one person and acute catarrh of the head in auother, the cause, tbe disesse and the membranes affected are alike in every respect. When cold produces a sore throat In one person and congestion of the lungs in another, there is no difference in the diseased action of the two eai c.», or in the principles of treatment required for their cure. It Is mu cous membrane that is involved in both cases. But many treat these similar diseases of same membrane widely different, and, as a conse quence, cure one and fail to cure theotber. For the eye they apply eyewashes and oint ments directly to the Inflamed parrs and are generally successful. In the nose is applied nothing to the diseased parts, and catarrh be comes seated and is thought to be incurable. For an inflamed throat they prescribe gargles and applications to tbe throat, and generally cure. For the same disease a little lower down —in the windpipe and bronchial tubes—they make no direct application, but dose the pa tient's stomach, and. as a consequence often fail to cure Would It not be foolish to pretend to cure an inflamed eye or a sore throat by dos ing the stomach? Well, it is just as great a mistako to treat catarrh and diseases of the air passages of the lungs by dosing the stomach alone. The fatality of lung diseases is not due, as many people suppose, to the mallgulty of their nature or the importance of their breathing organs. It is the inevitable result of pross neg lect of the means of cure within the reach of all. Properly treated by direct medication, lung diseases are as curable as other maladies. If any satisfactory result were attained by constitution treatment alone in lung cases—if they cured considerable proportion of such casos—it might reasonably be doubted whether the direct treatmentof inhalation could accom plish better results. But tHe fact is, they do but very little good. Even in hospitals, whore the diet, exercise and general habits, as well aa their medical treatment, are entirely under the oontrol of physicians, very few well defined diseases of the lungs can be shown to have been cured by tbe stomach treatment out of every thousand cases so treated. It has been so uni formly unsuccessful that most people have come to regard consumption as equivalent to the hand or'death! In giving it up, therefore, those having lung diseases abandon nothing, save the certainty of an earthly grave for a hope of life and health. Now, look at the results attained by the direct treatment of the lungs by inhalation In all ordinary casos of catarrh, bronchitis and aatmna, improvement immediately takes place, and they go on to complete cure.. In consump tion the disease Is more obstinate, but these cases ultimately get well. Even in desperate cases benefits always result from inhalations, and we can point to hundreds of such esses which were given over to die and pronounced hopeless, and yet recovered and are now living. These facts are easily certified to by thousands oi living witnesses at the present day. M. Hilton Williams, m. d., m. c. p. b.0., HOLLENBECK BLOCK, Corner Second sts., Los Angeles.