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A SOUND OF WEEPING.
The Cronin Convicts Visited by Their Friends. THEIR SAD FATE CONDOLED, .Burke Alone Without Callers—Kunae Recovers His Spirits—They All Feel Hopeful. i Associated Press Dispatches to tbe Herald 1 Chicago, December 17.—There wee a Bound of weeping in the visitors' cage in the jail this morning. The friends of the four men yesterday convicted called on them and deplored their fate. Burke alone received no callers. He preserves the same careless demeanor he has ex hibitek since the trial began. Little Kiiii/. j had recovered his spirits. The fact is, all the prisoners, now that the suspense is over, are looking forward with hope to the possibility of a new trial. HERBAVKD RELATIVES. When the verdict was read yesterday afternoon, Dan Coughlin'a wife and little girl were sitting out in the main corridor of the Criminal Court building. Some one rushed into tbe corridor and called out the result. Mrs. Coughlin gasped, stood erect, shrieked and fell back into her chair. She buried her face in her hands and moaned wildly. The child, too, began to cry loudly. Mrs. Whalen, O'Sul livan's sister-in-law, was standing by and turned savagely upon the men who were silently watching Mrs. Coughlin. "Oh, you cutthroats, you tried your best to hang them, and now you hang around to gloat at us in our misery," she shouted, and then followed Mra. Coughlin into a private room, WILL NEVER 00 TO THE PEN. Kansas City, December 17.—Police Judge Boland, of this city, a member of the Clan-na Gael triangle, was inter viewed on the result of the Cronin trial last night. "Mark my words," he said, "Coughlin, O'Sullivan and Burke will never go to the penitentiary. They will get a second trial all right. I have no doubt of tbat. Kunze was innocent en tirely. The State has been on the wrong track all along, but the anti triangle Irishmen wanted blood and they must have it. They almost got what they wanted. They have hounded the prisoners to punishment. But they could not procure the conviction of Beggs. He was wholly innocent. The verdict is an outrage,but I am thankful that all the prisoners escaped the death penalty. It would be judicial murder to hang any of these men. They are all innocent." clan-ha-gael policemen booted out. Chicago, December 17.—Detectives John 3tift and M. J. Crowe and Patrol man Redmond McDonald, who testified in favor of Daniel Coughlin in the Cronin trial, received a notice of dismissal today from the force, "for conduct unbecoming an officer and for neglect of duty." "This is only a beginning of removals," said an officer today, "and from this time on you can look out for the removal ef Clan-na-Gael men and their sympa thizers daily." RUSSIAN INFLUENZA. Tltose are Genuine Cases of It In Mew York. NbwYork, December 17.—The eani tary inspector who investigated the re port that Russian influenza had arrived here, reported today to the Board of Health. The matter waß brought to the attention of the board by Dr. Lellman, who notified it that seven members of the family of Albert Vlamroth were suffer ing from what he believed to be Russian influent*. Toe inspector says the ages of those attacked range from fifty years to four years, all but two little children being over 21 years. No cause of at tack is apparent. None of the family have recently arrived from Europe or have associated or been thrown in con tact with recent arrivals, or any one suf fering from the disease, but certain ones recently received letters from Europe. The first case occurred December 11th. The first symptoms were sudden faint ness, chill and marked prostration ; then succeeded headache and a general feeling of malaria, followed by acute eoriza pharyngitis and slight laryngitis, winding up with bronchitis. An exam ination showed that the patients were about as sick as persons with a bad cold. The duration of the attack is two days and upwards. Health Officer Edson said he had no doubt it is real Russian influenza. A CRY FOR VENUEANCK. The Colfax Trasredy — Talk of Lynching- tbe murderer. Portland, Ore., December 17.—A spe cial from Colfax, Washington, gives the following particulars of yesterday's trag edy, in which Thomas Click, a farmer living in the northeastern part of Whit man county, was shot down in cold blood in front of the Oity Hall, where the Superior Conrt was in session, by Ben Blanton, a notorious character, who has figured in the courts quite a number of times: Click, in company with two neighbors, J. R. Bennett and Samuel Dobbs, was walking past the building, and had no sooner passed the hallway than Blanton stepped on the side walk, drew a revolver and fired, the shot striking his victim under the left arm, inflicting a wound from which he died in less than an hour. The mur derer then proceeded to empty the re maining loads of his pistol at Bennett and Dobbs, but fortunately doing them no injury. One of the balls passed through the front of Bennett's coat, and another through the sleeve of Dobbs' coat, merely scratching his wrist. Blanton was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Young, who arrived on .the scene imme diately after the fifth shot was fired, and was taken to the Oity Jail, where he is now confined. The three men whom he assaulted were the prosecuting wit nesses against Blanton, who was being tried before the Superior Court for an assault made upon Dobbs with a knife a few weeks ago. The deceased was a well-to-do and respected citizen, a man of family and about 30 years of age. His wife was in tne city at the time of tbe tragedy, and when taken to his side made a [strong and tearful appeal for the revenge of his death. Blanton is a bad citizen, an i it is said he killed a man in Oregon several years ago. He was at one time an inmate of the Oregon penitentiary. Public excitement has been at a high fever, and there is much talk of lynching. lutes-state Railways. Chicago, December 17.—The Interstate Commerce Railway Association met here today to consider the matter of the Union Pacific-Northwestern combination. The Rock Island and St. Paul had joined in a complaint to Chairman Walker, asking him to construe tha legality of the com fHE LOS AUGELES DAILY HfiKALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 18, 1889. bination unaer tne association agreement. He declined to do this except on ato o of the association, hence today's meet ing. All the lines were represented except the St. Louis and San Francisco. The matter was arcmed warmly, and finally referred tothe Chairman fer nves tigstlon and decision as to whether the agreement has been violated. He is to report to the New York meeting of Presi dents in January. THE ELECTRIC BPIT. A Toledo Painter Roasted an Elec tric Light Wires. Toledo, Ohio. Deoember 17.—This morning Robert Dalton, a painter, while at work, lost his footing and fell across two electric light wires. He was in stantly killed by the current. The body lay for an hour or so across the wires, which burned deep into his flash, from which smoke and a ■sickening stench arose. miners Killed. Danville, 111., December 17.—D. C. Potter and James Daggett were thia morning killed by falling slate in the Kelly mine at Grape creek. Calumet, Mich., December 17.—Three miners were blown to atoms by a pre mature blast in the Osceola mine last night, Ishpemins, Mich, December 17.—Two men were instantly killed in the Cleve land mine this morning by the unex pected explosion of a blast. How to Cbauare tbe Constitution. Columbus, Ohio, December 17.—The Supreme Court today decided that the biennial election amendment to the con stitution of Ohio, which received a ma jority of votes cast on that proposition at the last election, was not legally adopted. This establishes the principle that to change the constitution a majority of all the votes cast at the general election must be in the affirmative. wblttler's Birthday. Boston, December 17. —Today was the 82d anniversary of the birth of the poet, Whittier. He is very feeble, and at his own request he was spared the fatigue of receiving the congratulations of his friends, who have been accustomed to visit him on thoeo occasions. Frank Woodruff's Case. Chicago, December 17. —It seems probable now that the indictment against Frank Woodruff, for complicity in the murder of Dr. Cronin, will not be pushed to trial, but that he will be tried for horse-stealing. Forty Horses Hnrned. Denver, December 17.—A Trinidad, Colorado, special says: The United States livery stable, with forty horses, was burned at 2 o'clock this morning. Loss, $30,000. Tbe Oilman mystery. Philadelphia, December 17. —The mystery surrounding the whereabouts of Banker Ditman is as deep as ever. Clerks are hard at work unraveling Ditman's complicated accounts, but will give no information as to the condition of his finances. Fatal Lamp Explosion. Louisville, Ky., December 17.—8y the explosion of a lamp last night Mrs. Chas. K. Tefer was fatally, and her three children seriously burned. One of them will not recover. In Canada. Chicago, December 17.—Mack, late Secretary of the Arcanum Building and Homestead Association, is missing with about $500 of the association's money. Mack is supposed to be in Canada. Foot Race in Modesto. Modesto, December 16. —A foot race for one hundred yards for $500 a side, took place this afternoon, between T. O Trive and John Phillips, of Turlock. It was won by Trive in ten seconds. Patches TRADE ]^»^^^^P,.' V,AR < md .Theßhas-A-VogeierCo* nl eod!2m SULLIVAN'S CLOAK AND SUIT HOUSE 113 South Spring St. Special Notice! Having determined to retire from busi ness in tbe city of Loa Angeles, we wil on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25th, in augurate a grand SACRIFICE SALE Of oor entire stock, con sis ting of the choicest goods ever shown on the Pacific Coast, and including all of oor fine im ported holiday novelties, for which onr order had been placed before contem plating this move. There will be abso lutely no reserve, as every article must be sold and no offer will be rejected, as we are determined to sell every garment in our stock by January Ist. Oall and see our goods, as now is the time for you to buy and this+is your opportunity. KELLY & LIEBES, Props. dAwed-fri-snn-lm BAZAK! T> AZARI For the Benefit of _D 11. PAUL'S HOSPITAL! Wednesday Afternoon and Kvenlag, Deo. 18th, In St. Paul's Hall on Olive street, between Fifth and Sixth. Tbere will be a Musical Programme ren dered by the best local talent. aiB lm miMCELLANROUS DR. PRICE'S CREAM BaJcing Powder Stands at the Mend For Purity, Strength and Effectiveness* The United States Government. 1889, The Canadian Government. 1889, Reports AMMONIA in trie Royal Baking Powder, while Dr. Price's Cream is free from Alum and Am monia, and .oil drLig taints. FOR FAMILY AND MEDICINAL USE. withoutfACjiMiic ytf *\v*zit THE GKEAT APPETIZER Famous H. J. W. Old Bourbon and Rye Whiskey. ABSOLUTELY PURE-NO FUSEL OIL. A great relief to those troubled with Consumption, Dyspepsia. Debility, Malaria Chills and Fever, Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, etc. Price, $1.00 per quart bottle six bottles for $5.00. FOR SALE BY 8. H. Bobebts, agent for Monrovia, Cnl. Anselena Pharmacy, 1208 Temple st., oity. Geo. B. Hosin, agent lor PasadeDa, Cal. Tkm ple-ht. Debs Co., oor. Temple and Beaudry p. R. JonssoH, agent for Inglowoort, C 1. avenue, oity. H ■ i'JLSS Mn '• drug Bto,e • BtMlon B - ■"*»• R«o. Qukrie, 1224 South Main street, city. • Oab?b f nVkirirY hovlb TtrtM* £-. J Woolucott. Branch, 351 8. Spring, city. w«»n. * SSfSSL* .t „.,„ c - Liux - 48 Poutn s P rin< ! street . city. Warns * BUEhlkb. 143 East First St., city, rj r,Anx 447 Sinth Fort street Vitv (bralloh, • 421 Ka,t Flrst *^ * 1? Bo^pr^ st.,elty. H ad bice ' Lsk, 500 Sau Fernando St., city. DtB " 1,t ' " or ' Baymokd Hotel, Bast Pasadena. „ Blree «Vcur. A. H Brockamp 11 S Main st Matson&BßunN,eor.Fifth and Depot ttronnds. ID Yates lis'w Sixth street Peter Debeum, No. 8 East First st. The Aroade. 417 * Hotel MBTROPOLE, 7 Avalon, Catalina Island. Ed. keybbs. 23 N.Los Angeles street. The UKBIN & Buehler, 695 South Olive, Paar- Charepion Saloon. T maclsts. Ocean View Hotel. Bedondo Beach,Cal. V OUIS ™ E8 « BB . «■ 8 - Hotel Bar, city, a. Y. VmAL, agen for Asu.a, Cal. John agent for Downey, Cal. Felix Clavere oor. Commercial and Los An-V l "> aam * Milleb. agent for Santa Ana, Cal. geles us city L - Esselhubn, agent ior Yuma, Arizona Ter. Charlbs Fadbb, 213 and 215 Commorclal st , fe Both, 141 E. First St.. oity. r i tT -» , henry Qercke Shado Saloon. Boyle Heights. kkkoif & Schneider, 8 East First St., city. Chicaao Brewing Co., 128 Sonth Spring, oity. TROY LAUNDRY! WORKS: 571, 573, 575 IST. Main St. No. 46. MAU OFFICE: Under Lm Angeles National Bani, First and Spring Street n2ol3moe —————— man, who la kept busy an- #-» awertng inquiries concerning /A — f tbe Turkish, Electric Sulphur, fl f Jm\... ~M Medicated aad Complexion 1 \ ,tf unu. -— A Baths, at 1 r\<^ / Zs>- THE BAMMAM, I, .^^J^^J^^ml 124 S. Main St., Los Angeles, tor . (Kk »(IDSwW -^ir^o^KV^X 'he preservstlon ol health aud / . i_LlL„Lll"ar^rQ ,'' il\ the i are of disease. A luxury to / \frfli \ tourists and others who desire / 7 >w » inn 3m srnrn r*» \ \ health ahd cleanliness. Polite / t£r~~~ *?J( a'.tendanoe and superior acoom- //t > *™?f *•* \ raodatlons. / - yreyvrg T/fr°YlL gL g~*«Sf \ V Gentlemen's department open . r— i"'. 1 —'. -"—~^T , *'i? r^W Tm nißhtand day. Ladies'depart- **~W"Pfl>"lllMB™^^BlMrra"^«i._,STßTTir1 IIMB ™^^BlMrr a "^«i._,STBTTir meut from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Free W] HI wni»\ Mils*/ I 111 E sleeping acoommodations for I I 11 lEK%\\ I *h\ ?I ROYEB, M.D., Physician. *Ju' £ 1 C. 8. TRAPUAGEN Business 1 c I Manager. Call for our 30 page - - "^mJ Circular. dl 3 eodlm Buy Your Uoal From U'irat Hands. NEW MEXICO COAL COMPY Minors ana Wholesale and Retail Sealers In Gallon, Aetec, Sunshine, and Cerrillos coal. All kinds of coal constantly in stock, also Coke, Charcoal and Wood. We mine our own coal and handle it direct to the consumer. Ko middle-men. Full weights guaranteed. Positively the best domes tic coal in the market. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere. Vow is the time to contract your winter fuel. CHAS. A. MARRINER, Gen'l Manager. City Office, Hotel Nadeau. Telephone 855. Yard. Oorner Bast Firat street and Santa Fe avenue. Loa Angelas. Cal. rlB-tf &. H. HOWELL. -E. L. GKAltt. HOWELL & CRAIG-, IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE GROCERS, 32, 34 and 36 South Los Angeles Street, sk2a^ B °7#; LOS ANGELES, CAL. 417 tf BIEDICAL. DR. STEIN JfclA.±tT'& The Oldest Remedy of its kind on tne Pacific Coast. Caret infallibly and permanently sperma torrhoea, nightly emissions, lmpoteney, wast ing away of the private parts, exhausted vitality, depression of spirits and the many other diseases produced by abuses In youth, or excesses in matnrer years. This remedy has cured thousands when all others have failed. PRICES—B2.SO, in liqala <>' »tv torn, or nvt times the quantity, $10. Address DR. P. STKINHART, Booms 7 and 8, No. 115J4 West First street, Los anarele*. Cal. Omos Hoobs—9 A., v. to Br. v. Bandars— 10 to 1. All communications strictly confidential. DR. PRITCHARD, LATE OF CHICAGO, 205% SOUTH SPRING STREET, LOS ANGELES, CAL., Specialist of Chronic Diseases. An Entire New Flan of Treatment for the Care of Asthma, Bronchitis, Cancer, Chronic Constipa tion, Chronic Diarrheas, Malarial, Liver snd Stomach Troubles, Nervous Prostration, Neu ralgia, insomnia. Insanity, Paralysis, Head aches, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Hemorrhoids (Piles), Fistnla. Fisinro, Rectal Ulcer, etc. Aono, Eczema and all forms of Bkln Diseases. CONSULTATION FREE. Office Hours: 12 to 4. TELEPHONE, 400. 0024 1 No 6 San Pedro Street, LOS ANGELES. DR. "VV HIT X, Tbe celebrated PRIVATE and NERVOUS DISEASE DOCTOR continues to privately and successfully treat Gowokbhba, Gleet, Stricture. Varicocele, Ppermatobbhea, Loss op Sexual Power, Weakness and Catarrh at Neck of Bladder, Kidney Diseases and Nervous Dbuility. g3T UNNATURAL DISCHARGES promptly checked without hindrance to basi nets. BLOOD and SKIN DISEASES yield to Br. White's treatment after the failure of other doctors and patent medicines. BOTH SRXEB consult in BTBICT CON FIDBNCB. Don't waste money in Patent Mcd iclnes, catch penny "Free Prescriptions," Elec trie Belts snd other worthless trash. If economy and an ea i nest desire to regain health Is the object, Consult Dr. White, The old reliable Specialist. All medicines pre pared In private laboratory. OFFICES centrally located and private. Those at a distance may be Cubed at Home. DR. WHITE Is a regular graduate and the OLDEST PRIVATE DISEASE specialist in the city. Diplomas and Licenses hang In oflice, No. 6 San Pedro street. Private parlors. n2O-lm T(7THE UNyOBTUNATE. fflf'fk Oorner of Commercial, gH|lJMnmP|nSwßan Francisco, Cal. E» Sexual tad A mIS& TKLSi-mlus! Diseases, snob *^ m m\\mmmWs&ttW^ u Gonorrhea, Gleet. Syphlllsin all lltsforms.BemlnalWeak nets, Impotency and Lost Manhood permanent ly oared, Tho siok and afflicted thoald not fall to oall npon him. The Doctor hss traveled ex tensively In Europe' and Inspected thoroughly the various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of valuable lnfoimatlon, which he is com potent to impart to those in need of hli services The Doctor oures where others fall. Try him. CB. GIBBON will make no charge snloss he effects a cure. Persons at a distance ODBXD AT HOME. All commnnloatlone strlotly confiden tial. All letters answered In plain envelopes, Send ten dollars for s package of medicine. Call or write. Address BE. jTV. GIBBON, Baa 1957, San Francisco, Oal. Mention Los Angeles Hskald. 07-12 m Wonderful Cure of Mrs. J. HIBBARD, OF CANCER. This Is a true likeness of me >3s?m3g?*A. wearing artificial note snd upper Tip after a BLOOD ftiil'Hri'W *Wml DISEASE had consumed mj BET nose aud upper lip, roof of bbssT** - ** J»»UW 30 y mouth and palate, cured gr (sm_3ML.r by Hllibtirtl's Herb U liKtract. For tostlmon- ials, medicines snd all par 's. M tlculars, call or address A. \ /*""3H$ T. WILDER, sole wholesale AVI .- S agent wett of the Rocky at residence, 86 Bt, Los Angoles.Cal. Half aozen dblivebed fbbe on street car line by A. T. Wilder. Ask yonr druggist for It. $1 per bottle; 6 for $5.00. nstf s *' satisfaction In tha TO 5 dats/w cure of Gonorrhoea and » Gleet. 1 prescribe Hand KEs —— . lrcl safe lv recommend- il to a " sufCcrera - Wok n.t, HSRS * ••' • STONEB 8.0, m Ohlf'sr D.estur, II!. PRICE, 81.00. Belli by DruErlstf SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON:-: COAL. The best fnel for domestic and steam par poses is the B. F. Wellington coal, for ssle In quantities to salt by HANCOCK BANNING, Wholesale an* Retail Dealer In Coal, Wood and Charcoal. OFFICE: 109 North Main street, Los Angeles, TELEPHONE 36. Yard at Junction of flan Fernando and Railroad Streets. YABD TELEPHONE, 1047. dISAm r The famous Hovey Seed Store of Boston, and T)al!alila Hovey Nurseries oi Csm- X P 1,111 P bridge Mass., have beeu JLivllUUl V moved to East Pasadena, California, where tbe batlneas will be con ducted at Th * Baykoki) Flower VH M I IV AND Seed Store, all .1 siftl 0. H. Hovey. Manager, *J*-4m4MJ \J East Pasadena, Cat , . Send for complete csta di2 lm* wklOt lotas. 3 niWOKL,LANKO(ja. fiORDAI BROS. TEE MM TAILORS 22 SOUTH SPRING ST., Opposite tbe Nadeaa Hotel, LOS ANGELES. BRANCH OF SAN FRANCISCO. O F>ENI IST Or ....of 0ub..... Fall and Wiater Norelties ....1K.... Suitings and Trouserings I SUITS MADB TO ORDER ....AT.... Greatly Reduced Prices. Tha finest and largest stock of Woolens In the city te select from. Perfect fit snd best of workmanship guar anteed. se22 3m CLOTHING FOR THB HOLIDAYS! Comprising a] roost every thing for Gents, Boys and Children st Abernethy & Taft's, 19 South Spring Street, LOB ANGELES, OAL. d! 8 lm IMPORfANf —Arm- Worth : Investigation. We are making suits to order ef the Una Huddersfleld Worsteds for $25 which are worth $40. As the sale of these fine worsteds during the past three weeks hss prayed sach an Immense success In San Francisco, we con cluded to give the benefit to the public of Los Angeles, we have purchased $40,000 worth of these Huddersfleld worsteds and have added a large line of Kerseys and Heltons for over coats made to order, with fine silk linings, for $25 tt< $30, which would cost elsewhere at letst from $40 to $60. We have received from tha mill over 40 pieces of fine Trouserings, which we bought st an immense reduction, and we are now prepared to give our customers and tho public the benefit. These sre fine ALL WOOL goods at prices never before known in Los Angeles. Please call and examine the goods and be convinced of the bargains now offered for the holidays. Joe Poheim, The Tailor. rffi & 51 South Spring; St. n24 tf OPTICIANS AND JEWELEHs. THIS IS NOT OUR WAY. This is OUR WAY of fittinggissse We make the correct scientific adjusting ol glasses and frames oar specialty, and guar antee perfect fit. Testing of the eyes free. PACIFIC OPTICAL INSTITUTE NO. 18 SOUTH SPRING STREET, Don't forget the number. o3 7m The Los Angeles Optical Institute. N. STRASSBURGER, Scientific and Practical Optician, ox> REMOVED TO 109 N. MAIN STREET, Opposite New TT. 8. Hotel, dl 4 2m IT IS BETTER TO BUT AT COST snd be tare the article is as represented, than to take ohanoet on auction and selling out ooncerns. Ws have been here 15 years and Intend to stay; but we must re duce our stook, and to do so we will sell any article la our Une, consisting of Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Etc., A.T COST. Give as a oall and convince yourselves Los Angeles JEWELRY Manufactory. 112 North Spring Street. P3olm rKBUKHIOIt LIIIBE. GEO. W. COOKE ft CO., —WHOLESALE— Paper Dealers and BoolWoders, lee North Lm Angeles street, MM ANWMLBW. OAT . flltf C. F. HEINZEMAN, Druggist and Chemist, No. lit N. Statu St., Los Angeles, Ostl Press ripUoat oars tally oompomaded lay aa attM. otltf