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DAILY HERALD.
United States Signal Service.
BvetMjTt ol ooaervaHoNS taken at Lot Angoles,
OaJUoruia, April U, 1880, by the War De
partment:
Time.
Bar.
Ther
52 K
51 W
Maximum temperature, 01 minimum tem
perature, 52; rainfall past 24 hours. .15; total
rainfall for season, IS.OO.
PERSONAL.
Mr. John T. Gaffey left for the North
yesterday.
Justice Patterson will be a passenger
on the noon train to-day.
Justice Thornton will leave for the
North on the noon train to-day.
Mr. J. Polaski wended his way north
ward on the noon train yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ad. G. Russ, of San
Francisco, are at the Hollenbeck.
Mr. W. P. Haios, a prominent Eastern
railroad man, is at the Hollenbeck with
bis wife.
Lieutenant T. J. Clay has returned
from Santa Monica, and is again at the
Hollenbeck.
Mr. Chrence T. Higgins, a prominent
stockbreeder of Kexington, Ky., is at the
Hollenbeck.
Dr. G. Fitzgibbon and wife, of San
Francisco, came into town yesterday for
a pleasure trip, and are at the West
minster.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Atchison, tourist'
from Brisbane, Queensland, arrived in
the city last night, and are at the West
minster.
Mr. D. M. Fraser, editor of the Elsi
nore Transcript and cashier of the Elsi
nore Bank, is in the city. That is a
curious combination. Editor and banker!
They seem almost incompatible, yet with
Mr. Fraser it seems \~> be the right man
in the right place in both cases.
Mr. W. J. White, one of the delegates
to the International Typographical
Union from San Francisco, was in the
city yesterday, on his way to his home at
Golden, Col., where he will remain till
the meeting of the I. T. U., early in
June.
NEWS NOTES.
FermLu Mertaim, of Wilmington, is in
the county jail for twenty days for petii
larceny.
Chas. Mayer .and Frank Johnson got
into a fight in Requena street yesterday
evening, and were arrested.
Charles Maehl was tried yestsrday be
fore Justice Staunton for selling liquor
without a license and fined $10.
The Central Woman's Christian Tem
perance Unity will meet in Trinity M. E.
Church South, to-day at 2:30 p. m.
Frank McGovern, superintendent ot
the Dry Lake Mining and Milling Com
pany, is in town and will remain for a
few days.
Transfers of real estate yesterday
amounted to $75,913, and were 64 in
number. Of these 18 were for more
■than $1,000 each, and 19 were for nom
inal considerations.
The two men who pitched into C. A.
Sumner, the real estate agent, some time
ago, were fined $3 a piece in Justice
Taney's court yesterday.
The fourth lecture of the course on the
Millenium will be delivered this evening
by the Rev. T. W. Haakins at the
Presbyterian Church, corner of Fort and
Second streets, at 7:30 o'clock.
One of the members of the police
force found a valuable sealskin shopping
bag on the corner of First and Main
streets yesterday. It contained a letter
addressed to Bruce Adair, Monrovia.
F. P. Anderson wag brought to the
•County Jail several days ago for insanity.
He is not insane but very ill aad dying.
The authorities at the jail tried once or
twice to send him to the County Hospi
tal, but he would not go.
The Philharmonic Society will hold
its weekly rehearsal at Gardner's Music
Hall at 7:30 to-night. As the supply of
copies of the "Creation" owned by the
society are limited, and an additional
supply recently ordered not having ar
rived, all singers who possess copies of
this oratorio are requested to bring them
with them.
The charge against Attorney Grant of
attempting to persuade a witness to
leave the country came up yesterday be
fore Justice Savage and was set for trial
on April 16th. A jury was waived.
Grant declares that the charge is the
outgrowth of a personal spite entertained
against him by a member of Mr. Kel
ley's force in the District Attorney's
office.
> Depot Jottings.
The needed repairs on the roadbed at
Bowena have been completed.
Mr. A. M. Beale, Superintendent of the
Atlantic and Pacific road, with head
quarters at the Needles, ia in the city.
Another "swing around the circle"
will be given by the Santa Fe on Sun
day, and there promises to be a big at
tendance.
The ostriches were safely removed yes
terday over the Los Angeles and Pacific
from Kenilworth to thair new quartet's at
Santa Monica.
The earnings of the Atlantic aud Pa
cific for the third week in March were
$50,234, an increase of $3,089 over the
corresponding period last year.
Invitations have been received by the
heads of the departments of the Southern
Pacific from Mr. Huntington to attend
Lis annual dinner, which is to be given
on Saturday evening at the I'alace Hotel.
The w. v. T. li. Bazaar.
The Rainbow Bazaar closed last night
with an excellent attendance, and was
as successfully conducted as on the pre
ceding nights. The feature of the even
ing was a spelling bee, which was the
means of producing a good deal of fun.
The bazaar has been as successful finan
cially as it has been artistically, and will
net nearly $1,000 for the Home.
Flower Festival.
On Friday and Saturday preparations
lor the ice cream booth will be made.
Helpers for that important department
will please be on hand at an early hoar
on those days. Arborvitse or flat cypress
wanted Friday and Saturday for that
booth, and a great deal of smilax for the
same throughout the festival. Please
come promptly to help, and oblige,
Mrs. J. C. Nkwton.
Children Cry CastoriaT
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD, fit I PAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1889
WRITS REFUSED.
.Timor*. Cnddr aud Sabtn Try
Habeaa Corpus aud Appeal.
Messrs. T. J. Caddy and Alejandro
Sabin applied yesterday morning to tbe
United States Circuit Court for writs of
habeas corpus. In his petition Mr.
Cuddy alleged that he was unjustly and
unlawfully detained and imprisoned by
D. It. Risler, United States Marshal, and
Jailor P. M. Darcy, contrary to the Con
stitution and laws of the United States ;
under and by virtue of a warrant of com
mitment, based upon a pretended judg
ment of the District Court of the Unite 1
States adjudging him guilty of contemp
of court, and Ecr>t»nciiig him to six
months'imprisonment in the County Jail
of Los Angeles county. The petition
then recites the entire proceeding in the
United States District Court, an account
of which was puhlisbed in tbe Herald
at the time it occurred. It closes by
claiming that the United States District
Court had no jurisdiction or authority,
legally, to try and sentence tho petitioner
in tbe manner and form set fort h ; First,
for the reason that the matters set out in
the judgment do not constitute any con
tempt of court as provided for in section
725 of the revised statutes of the United
States; second, for the reason that the
proceedings in the court were insufficient
to give tbe couit jurisdiction to proceed
to judgment in said matter; third, for the
reason that said judgment is void because
not based or founded upon any proceed
ings in due course of law, wherefore the
petitioner prayed that tbe court would
forthwith order tho writ of habeas corpus
to issue.
The petition of Sabin was similar in
form and based on the same grounds and
the attorneys for petitioners appeared be
fore Judge Ross and argued on behalf of
their clients. Judge Ross denied tbe i
petition and refused to order the writ to
issue. An appeal from this decision to
the Supreme Court of the United States
was then prepared and to-day Judge An
derson will go to Washington to present
the matter.
A New Tribe.
To-night a new tribe of the Improved
Order of Red Men will be established in
this city by the grand officers of the or
ganization. It is to be known as the
Cahuenga Tribe and will commence its
career with powerful patronage. The
ceremonies will commence at 8 p. m. in
the G. A. R. Hall on Main
street, and will be under the
direction of J. J. Burkley, of Sacramen
to, Great Sachem; W. S. Winn, of San
Francisco, Great Chief of Records, and
other high dignitaries. At the conclu
sion of the ceremonies a grand banquet
will be served at the Vienna Bakery, to
the visitors and members of the tribe.
I,o* Angeles %iewti.
"Los Angeles Illustrated" is the title
of a book of views taken about the city,
just issued by Stoll & Thayer. It is a
very handsome work, and what many
people have been wanting for sending to
people in the Kast. It contains over a
hundred views of the streets, buildings
and scenes in and about Los Angeles,
and is superior to anything of the kind
ever iseud here before.:
The lloij City.
The mechanical "City of Jerusalem,"
as exhibited at corner Main and Second
streets, is a marvel of art and historical
merit. It has an advantage over the fa
mous cycloramas of Gettysburg and like
works from the fact that the scenic work
is equally fine, but the characters are
all animated, and walk through the
streets and palaces as if living. The place
was well filled last night notwithstanding
the rain. It is well worth seeing.
The Hotel Arcadia at Santa Monica
will close on April 11th aud re-open on
June 15th for the summer.
J. W. Scott, Lessee.
Eye, Ear and Throat Diseases.
Dr. S. M. 81ocum, lately associated with the
celebrated Dr. Sadler, is now located at No.
320 South Main street, "Moro Castle." Deaf
ness, noises in the earß, discharges from the
earß, catarrh and throat diseases most success
fully treated. Operations on the eye skillfully
performed Free consultation from 12 «. to
5 r. M.; evenings, 8 to 9; Bundays,9A. a. to
2 p. v.
Sporting Goods.
Cal at Sportsmen Headquarters for your fish
ing supplies, just received. Ail kinds of sport
ing goods on band. Goods gaaranteedor money
refunded. All work neatly done end guaran
teed. H. Slotterbock, 111 North Main street,
Temple block.
Catalina Island.
Twenty-five varieties of fish.
Cohn's Pawnbroker Sale.
Auction of last twelve months' unredeemed
pledges of jewelry, diamonds, watches and
firearms is now going on at No 2)4 First street,
neßr Main street, every day and evening until
all are sold. L. B. Cohu, Pawnbroker.
Catalina Hotel is Enlarged,
A. fine table and excellent management
Consult Mrs. Dr. Wells.
Uterine aud rectal diseases trea'ed with skill
by her new painle's method. City reference:
from hopeless cases cared. 400 Fort street
comer Fifth.
Philadelphia Ice-Cream Factory,
12 North Spring street. Telephone, 303.
Santa Catalina Island
For a vacation; the bast iv the world. Hotel en
larged.
The "Sterllng"
Is the best 5-cent cigar in the world. Take no
other.
The Season at Catalina
Has began. Four boats per week; excursion
Sunday.
Finest Coffee and Waffles
At the Toast Foundry, 12 North Spring street.
Haamony cures neuralgia. 143 B. First at.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
I tie powder never varies. A model ol parity
snd wholsomenees. More economical than the
ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In com no
Utlpn with the mnltltadea of low teat, short
weight, slam of phosphate powders. Sold oklv
'? °ASt, Rotal Baking Powdib Co., 106 Wall
»V,N. t THE JOHNSON LOCEE MERCAN
nLE 00 , ban Irtuoiaoo. Agents. d4-im
miSCELLANEOUS.
twISo Chemicals.^
f, W.BAKER
Jfea & CGVS
Breakfast Cocoa
M \ ; jft Is absolutely pure
and it is soluble.
EBsaL J. JfIII > ncrease tnc °f
the powdered cocoa, various expe
m %% clients are employed, most of them
being based upon the action of some alkali, potash, soda or
even ammonia. Cocoa which has been prepared by one of
these chemical processes can usually be recognized at once
by the distinct alkaline reaction of the infusion in water.
W. Baker & Co.'s Breakfast Cocoa
is manufactured from the first stage to the last by perfect
mechanical processes, no chemical being used in
its preparation. By one of the most ingenious of these
mechanical processes the greatest degree of fineness is
secured without the sacrifice of the attractive and beautiful
red color which is characteristic of an absolutely pure and
natural cocoa.
W. Baker & Co., Dorchester, Mass.
$1000 REWARD
FOR ANY MINERAL FOUND IN THIS MEDICINE.
THE
GREAT SIERRA KIDNEY f LIVER CURE
Purifies and Enriches the Blood without Blotches.
Sure Cure for FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
Gives Life and Vigor to EVERY ORGAN.
Positively Cures all URINARY DISORDERS.
Sure Cure for DIABETES and BRIGHT'S DISEASE.
Never Fails to Cure Catarrh of STOMACH and BLADDER
Cures Burning, Smarting Pains in SMALL OF BACK.
DELIGHTFUL TO THE TASTE.
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SISXUEIA CHEMICAL 00.
OFFICE, 18 I'OST ST., SAN FKANCISCO, CAL.
Jlfl ill
QUATLArJTEED
ft "1 K'MU _ CAyJcuKE TOJ \
' • ATARRH
Ml EON y. MUD-CcVqroville cal.
HAVE YOU A COLD IN THE HEAD which does not get better? Have yon an excessive se
cretion of muens 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 diaudness of the head,
dryness or heat of the nose? Have yon lost all sense of smell? yonr breath foul? If to, yo»
have the Catarrh. Some have all these symptoms, others only a part.
California Cat-R-Cure
Restores the sense of tasto and smell, removes bad taste and unpleasant breath, resulting from
catarrh. Easy and pleasant to use. Follow direct io is and a enre is warranted by all druggist*.
RECOMMENDED.
CAPTAIN CHARLES L. DIMON, of New York City, formerly special agent of the Phoenli
and Home Insurance Company at Ban Francisco, Cal., says: "I had been troubled with Chronic
Catarrh for twenty years. A friend in Woodland. Cal., recommended your California CAT-K
-CURE. I procured a Jar. having but little faith in its curative properties; bnt I must say, after
nslng three Jars, I am cured of that disgusting disease. Inclosed find $5, for which send me
California CAT-R-CURE for some friends, who arj sufferers."
For Sale by C. H. fiance, 77 and 79 N. Spring St.; F. W. Hraun & Co.,
Wholesale Asrent*, I.os Aiiirclee. r„i.
RECEIVED AND NOW ON SALE AT
HARPER & REYNOLDS CO.
Carload of those celebrated wrought-iron Home Comfort Ranges; also Beveral car
loads of Cooking and Heating Stoves for Coal, Wood, Coal Oil and Gasoline
on hand.
A very fine assortment of Geo..Wostenholm's I XL and' Humason & Buckley's
Pockot Cutlery, American Carvers and Table Knives iv fine cases, slaotho*'
celebrated brands of Razors, "Progress," ' Bengal," and Wade & Batcher.
Complete stock of all kinds of Builders' Hardware and Mechanics' Tools always
on hand.
HARPER & RKYNOLD9 00.
48 and 80 North Main Street. mosm
3 Hedto/ric/ ® 3
PHOTOS. m— ■ * PHOTOS.
t7j"*"Realizingnthe stringency of the money market, I have rednoed the price of my
Photos from #5 to $3 per Dozen.
Having been ten years in business in Chicago, and three years in this city, I can guar
antee a flrat-claea photo, equal to the very best made, snd .nvite comparison with
higher price work. French, English and German spoken.
J. T. BERTRAND, 413 N. Mam at,, opp. Plaza.
Jn.3o-3m
K. H, HOWELL. B. L. ORAI6.
HOWELL & CRAIG,
IMPORTERS.
Wholesale -:- (xrocers,
32, 34 and 36 South Los Angeles Street,
? B , 0 «r„ o of„ N 7 0 7 1. 4, LOS ANGELES, CAL.
MASSAGE AND SWEDISH MOVEMENT (JUKE!
By C. STAFF KR, 837 South Spring- Street, 1 pupil of Dr. Douarlass Graham of
Boston. Also me'hod of Dr. George Hunerf juth of Llpiig used.
M A A dJf 18 ESPECIALLY BENEFICIAL FOR Ai.L NERVOUS TROUBLE, WRITER'S
fflSr22±ftJ*-*< Cramps, Weak Eyes, Female Weaknesses, Kidney, Throat aud Chest Trouble
often preventing Consumption. It has no equal f-r Paralysis and all Chonlc Diseases Rheu
r„' n S tl „ a , Neurftl s l a,,<"»'J Sciatica are cured by It. It is unexcelled for Torpid Liv-r Dyspepsia
Constipation and Convalescence from Fever and Surgical Operations. It is a m-thod of treat!
tgrgMljgg wh ° haTe thelr patlcuu '
Hygienic! Nourishing! Agreeable!
The Best on the Market.
miftCELLANEOCS).
RETIRING
FROM BUSINESS.
EAGLESONI tt,
50 North Spring St.
CLOSING OUT!
Still Greater Reductions!
SHIRTS,
UNDERWEAR,
HOSIERY,
NECKWEAR,
COLLARS
—AND—
CUFFS,
ETC., ETC.,
At a Sacrifice!
Every Dollar's Worth must be sold out
during the next few weeks.
Entire Stock and Fixtures
for sale as a whole.
EiCLESON I CO.
S
CATARRH^
THROAT DISEASES,
Bronchitis, Asthma,
CONSUMPTION
Together with diseases of the
EYE, EAR AND HEART,
ALSO DISEASES OF FEMALES,
Successfully treated by
M. HILTON WILLIAMS,
M D . M. C. P. 8. 0.,
HOLLENBECK BLOCK,
Corner Spring and Second Sts.
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Wearlr 100,000 Cases Treated.
All diseases of the respiratory organs treated
by the most improved medical inhalations and
the Compound Oxygen treatment, which has
such a world-wide reputation in lung and
nervous affections.
We take pleasure in announcing to the public
the fact that we have Introduced the COM
POUND OXYGEN TREATMENT with our sys
tem of the practice in the cure of Asthma, Bron
chitis, Consumption, Dyspepsia, Insomnia, tfore
Throat, catarrh. Rheumatism and Nervous
Prostration.
As is well known, oxygen is the life-giving
principle in the air we breathe and ozone in
the air Imparts that happy and buoyant feeling
after thunderstorms. Persons often require
more oxygen than is in tho air around them,
and cause doors and windows to be opened,
tear off collars, loosen the waist, and call for a
fan to displace the stifling and bring fresher
air or more oxygen. Tiaveiing ia done mainly
to resorts where the air contains more oxygen,
and mountains are ascended to breathe the
ozone, which is light and ascends from the
earth.
Oxygen and ozone are gases, and must be
stored up and used by Inhaling them. Our
apparatus for storing and giving these gases,
compounded with other suitable agents, la per
fect; and, although they are not a cure-all, yet
they are undoubtedly the greatest invention
made i a the last 20 years in any department of
medicine, and the results are truly wonderful.
Oxygen acts by purifying the blood, thereby i
increasing tho circulation, promotes absorp
tion, improves digestion and assimilation, in
creases the capability of the lungs, and acta as
a geatie stimulant to the nervous system.
Tho London, England, Lancet, very truthfully
says: "The Compound Oxygen treatment la the
greatest discovery of the Nineteenth Century." ]
Clergymen, statesmen, lawyers, doctors, aud all
classes indiscriminately, whenever It is intro
duced, botn use and recommend it.
I have seen so many cases ot lung diseases
cured that I do not consider any case hopeless
unless both lungs are seriously involved. Even
then the inhalations aid us in dissolving the
muens, and in contracting and healing the
cavities, which nothing else can do with the
same success.
The very belt references from those already ,
cured.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Those who desire to consnlt with me in re
gard to their oases had better call at my office
fur consultation and examination, but, if im
possible to do so can write for a copy of my
Medical Treatise, containing a list of questions.
Address
M. HILTON WILLIAMS, M. D„ !
hollenbeck: block.
Corner Second and Spring «v., Loa Ango es, Cal.
Office hours, from 0 a. k. tot r. a.
]a 8 6m
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of Los Angeles City and Coanty, and the
sonthern portion of the State.
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In Every Department
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its
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not being surpassed by those of the
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Contain a complete resume of Local Hap
penings and all matters of Home
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Ontario J. B. Moors.
Orange 8. Armor.
Anaheim Joseph Helmsen.
Santa Ana Geo. F. Briggs.
Banta Monica B. w. Saunders.
Bail Pedro N. 0. Anderson.
CaU T?alns B °"! h ° rD i X - E - NeWB Co -
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Tnscon, A. T I. 8. Mansfield.
Southern Pacific Trains E. 8. Dennisons.
Long Beach X. J. Pratt.
Ventura W. T. Spurlock.
Wilmington P. Barr.
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Monrovia J. J. Renaker
Azusa B. B. Nathan.
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Downey E. F. Scribner.
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Glendale train C. Wilkinson.
Alhambrs .P. B. Ell wood.
Colton Wood.Bros.
Oceans'de C. Baladlne.
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Soldiers' Home A. Rowan.
Salt Lake City C. H. Parsons.
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