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IN THE HIGHER COURTS.
Criminal* Beto c tbe Bar of tbe
Blind faoddea*.
Yesterday in Department 1, the case
of Felipe Chavez, charged with the mur
der of Charles Glass, was called for trial.
The attorney for the State moved a con
tinuance on the ground that a material
witness could not be found. The State's
Attorney filed an affidavit setting forth
that when Glass was killed he was struck
over the head several times with a large
bottle which Chavez took from the
hands of one John Hunter, that Hunter
saw Chavez do tbe killing, but that he
could not be found. Counsel for the
defense insisted on proceeding with the
trial, but the motion on the part of the
people waa granted.
The killing was done on the night
between November 24th and 25th, at the
Three-Mile house, near the city limits,
on the San Fernando road. It is just
before the road leading to Gassen's
slaughter house is reached going from the
city. It is not at Tropico, nor within
three miles of Tropico. Tropico is a tem
perance town and has no saloons in it,
nor near it.
The case ot John P. Goytino was called,
and his attorney asked for a continuance
on the ground that bis associate is not
in the city. It waa allowed to go over to
be reset. This is an old chestnut in the
criminal calendar. Goytino is charged
with forging the name of bis uncle,
Miguel Leonis, who was killed in the
San Fernando valley some months ago,
while on his way to his ranch. He was
ran over by a wagon. Leonis was a
Basque, and came from the French side
of the Pyrrenees, and not a Spaniard in
any sense.
information was filed in this court
charging Encarnacion Alvitre with burg
lary. The information alleges that
Alvitre entered the store of the Sanchez
Bros., at Los Nietos, with the intent of
taking goods, chattels, merchandise,
property, valuables of some sort there
from. The act was done January 18th,
not February.
In Judge Van Dyke's court the case of
W. H. Mills against the city, which in
volves the title to the north half of Sec
ond street west of Main, alone the Newell
block, was decided in favor of the city.
Mr. Mills is probably the only person in
the city who will question the correct
ness of the decision.
In the same court the case of Alvarado
against Nordholdt, of which the details
have been published heretofore, was de
cided in favor ot the defendant. It
involves the title to the property lying
along First street on the north side, be
tweeu Main and Los Angeles.
Judge Clark yesterday sustained the
demurrer in the case of Shamrock against
Shamrock. In the case William Sham
rock snes his wife Delia for a divorce on
the ground of desertion. She is not a
resident of this State. She filed a cross
complaint, to which nis attorneys de
murred on the ground of non-residence.
E. F. Bairo has secured a decree of
divorce from Mary F. Bairo on the
grounds of desertion.
In Department 1 the case of Carl
Browne,charged with extortion, came up.
J. Marion Brooks,the attorney for the de
fendant, came into court and withdrew
from the case. Messrs. Appel & Stevens
were appointed to defend tfio artist-editor.
Browne's bondsmen also drew off his
bonds, and he was given over to the
custody of the officers of the law. It
w»n not easy to learn why all this took
place, as all the parties were inclined to
be reticent. The new attorneys claimed
that their client would give a new bond
today.
John Banse, a native of Germany, was
admitted to citizanahip.
Charlie Kirbis, also a native of Ger
many, was also admitted to citizenship.
Geo. H. Niemeyer, who was some time
ago adjudged to pay $5,000 damages for
breach of promise to Miss Hoffman,
whom he was charged with seducing and
then casting off, was brought up on a
charge of not complying with the order
of the court. Tne Court Commissioner
will take testimony next Saturday.
Niemeyer claims that he is not able to
pay the damages.
In the case of Pico against Cohn a de
fault has been entered, because the de
fendant had failed to amend his com
plaint in time.
The Vine Disease.
The following letter from Knoxville
Will prove of intereat to ail who are
Studying the vine disease, which is doing
bo much damage to California:
Agricultural Experiment Station ]
of the University of Tennessee, [
Knoxville, January 2, 18 ( J0. J
Mr. R. Wheeler, Kingsburg, Fresno Co.,
Cal.:
My Dear Sir—Replying to your kind
favor of December 22d, I would say that
the grape leaves you enclosed were not
affected by either the downy or powdery
mildews. I find a fungus on them, how
ever, its dark-colored mycelium growing
abundantly in the interior tissues. Just
what it is I am unable to determine ;doubt
its being a parasite, but rather some
thing which is merely assisting in the
death or destruction of the leaf.
I send with this samples showing the
peronospera viticola, and also the fungus
of black rot.
I did not Ree the peronospera in Cali
fornia, when I was there during the early
days of October, 1887, nor have I ever
seen it on specimen leaves sent me from
the State.
When in California, I spent three days
in Los Angeles, a week at Orange, an
other week in and about Napa valley,
San Francisco, etc.
The vine disease, so fatal in the region
south of Los Angeles, I saw at Napa
valley, where it had been known for
years, but had never been regarded as
serious. I venture no explanation of the
cause of this disease; Prof. Pierce may
get at the cause, he is having a good op
portunity to do so. To say that it is a
bacterial disease, and to demon
strate that it is, are two distinct propo
sitions.
The report on peach yellows can be
had by addressing the Secretary of
Agriculture, or Erwin F. Smith, Wash
ington, D. C.
I would be glad to receive from you
samples showing any unusual or diseased
appearance of the vine, and will be glad
to hear from you at any time.
Yours very truly,
F. Lamson Sceibner.
New Cases.
The San Pedro Lumber Company sues
Merick Reynolds and John A. Pirtle.
Reynolds's accounts being short as super
intendent of the company, he transferred
to the company 111 5-6 shares of the
company's stock, 101 shares of the L.
W. Blinn Water Company's stock, and
1,182 shares of the Russ Lumber and
Mill Company, to secure the company
agaiust loss. It is alleged that Reynolds
is indebted to the company in tbe sum
of $65,000. The suit is for an accounting
or other relief.
Miller Sheppard sues Daniel C. Cart
wright to foreclose a mortgage for $600.
Regina Woinahank sues Mrs. D. M.
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: TUESDAY MOKMNQ, FEBRUARY 25, 1890.
Johnson and others to recover certain
premises.
J. Downey Harvey sues Eugene Ger
main, as the administrator of A. M.
Lawrence, for $500 due on a note.
Solomon Hutton sues W. E. Rogers
and others to foreclose a mortgage for
$2,000.
THE CROSBY CASE.
Tbe Arraignment to Take Place
Today.
J. A. Crosby, the real estate agent
charged with the rape of Daisy French
and Annie Lindenfeldt, appeared before
Justice Austin yesterday afternoon for
arraignment. His counsel being engaged
in other cases, the court, by request, set
the hearing of testimony upon the ques
tion of reducing the bail for 4 o'clock p.
m., and subpoenas were issued by both
prosecution and defense for Annie Lin
denfeldt. At the appointed hour, how
ever, the subpoenas were returned un
served, the officers being unable to find
her. Crosby was taken into court again,
and Deputy District Attorney Phibbs
informed the Justice of the unsuccessful
efforts to produce Annie Lindenfeldt,
adding that if the court would continue
the hearing until 10 o'clock this morning
he would assure the presence of the
witness Daisy French, as she had already
left San Francisco for this city
in tbe custody of her father. The
defendant's counsel briefly addressed the
court, stating that he was satisfied from
what he had learned of the facts of the
case, that there was nothing in it, and
informed the court that his client was
unable to give any exorbitant amount of
bail- After giving the matter due con
sideration Justice Austin fixed the
amount of bail at $1,200, $800 in the first
case and $400 in the second, and ordered
the defendant to appear for examination
at 3 o'clock this afternoon. As Crosby
was unable to procure sureties for the
required amount of bonds, he was forced
to spend another night behind the bars
of the city jail.
In the account of the case published in
the Hera, v Sunday morning it was
stated that the men and girls drove to
the Arroyo Seco, where they spent sev
eral hours. Henry Weidmann, who is
conducting the Sycamore Grove in the
Arroyo Seco, states that they were not
at his place and that he has allowed
nothing of a disreputable character to
take place in the park siace he has had
it in control. The exact place the party
went is as yet unknown.
Tne Board of Supervisors.
The change in El Monte road came
before the board. General Mansfield
appeared for the protestants. A deed
from L. J. Rose for the new road in these
premises was presented and ordered
filed. The board determined to go out
and survey the situation at th j earliest
opportunity.
Action as to the Verdugo canon road
was postponed until March sth.
The hearing on a petition for a new
road district in Azuaa is set for the 7th of
March.
The report of the viewers in the widen
ing of Washington street was read, and
8. L. Kellar was examined as to the
amount of damages sustained by him for
the purpose. Mooney and Ksllar signed
a contract for the right of way over their
lands. It was ordered that the street be
widened to a width of eighty feet, that
the report of the viewers be adopted.
Deeds for the Sorenson's lane were pre
sented, and the lane declared a public
highway.
The printing of the school and road
district boundaries wa; awarded, the
road to the Express and tho other to the
Herald.
J. E. Barnes, Justice of the Peace of
San Jose, is granted leave of absence for
sixty days.
Tyler and Bryant presented a petition
for a ditch along their lands, which wa3
granted, the parties to keeD it clear.
A letter from Henry Wilson was read,
charging J. T. Haddox, Justice of the
Peace of El Monte, with dereliction of
duty in not holding court when prisoners
are arrested. The matter waß taken
under advisement.
A petition of B. F. Patterson to vacate
Eighth street in the Rancho San Rifael
will be heard February 28th.
A similar petition of M. D. and A. J.
Painter to vacate a portion of Mertin and
Kirkwood avenues is set for the same
day.
The same order was made as to a peti
tion of C. A. Tebbetts and others to va
cate streets in Pasadena.
The assessment of certain lands of the
Southern Pacific Railroad Company was
ordered stricken from tho books where
the lands are in contest between the
company and the Government.
The petition to declare the 9'Niell pri
vate rbnd passable for the public was
granted, O'Niell to keep it in repair.
The hearing concerning glandered
horses is set for February 28th.
Bids for the completion of the San
ford bridge will be received up to March
7th. A check for $500 must accompany
all bids.
March 12th is set for hearing the ap
plication concerning the Wilmington
avenue and Orange street extension,
the Clerk to notify all persons in in
terest.
marriage Licenses.
The following marriage licenses were
issued yesterday:
Z. Feilemyer, a native of Maryland, of
Baltimore, aged 37, to Florence P. Wil
liams, a native of Utah, of this city,
aged 27.
Frank W. Robinson, a native of New
Hampshire, of Philadelphia, aged 39, to
Alice R Nomer, a native of Pennsylva
nia, of New York, aged 36.
Emile H. Lemme, a native of lowa, of
San Francisco, aged 27, to Fannie M.
Ornmdiok, a native of California, of
Highland Park, aired 18.
George A. McCrary, a native of
California, of Santa Monica, aged 25, to
Sarah E. Jordan, a native of California,
of Santa Monica, aged 17.
Pullman Passengers.
The following passengers departed for
the north yesterday: J. J. Hogan,
W. A. Wiebold, Mrs. Burnet, Mrs. C.
W. Girdley, C. H. Duey, Mr. Higgins.
tor Male.
Fine, stylish, polished oak cart, made by E.
M. Bingham & Co., Home, N. V.; front and
back seat, carrying two to four light parsons;
height of wheel, 42 inches; height of body
from floor. 30 inches; length of shaft front of
bar, ti leet 2 inches; for small horse, 13 to IS
hands high; has been slightly used; is offered
at a bargain.
Hawlby, Kino & Co.,
Los Angeles and Requena streets.
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY—a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth
For sale by O. F. Heinzeman, 122 North Main
street.
Billings Is With Christopher
In the Ice cresnMind loe cream soda business
112 North Sprlnf street. Telephone 308.
Paints, oils and Glass,
Coiner Second and Main.
Auction Sale
Of fine household goods at No. 311 South
Grand avenue, near Third street, on
Wednesday, February 26rh, at 10 o'clock
a. m. The entire contents of the lower
story of the Layton residence, consisting
of one tine upright piano, one fine folding
bed, elegant bookcase, fine hall rack
tables, parlor set, lounges, chairs, mo
quette carpets, rugs, dishes, glassware
silverware, and in fact, everything on
said lower floor for sale without reserve •
goods nearly new.
Bkn. O Rhoades. Auctioneer.
DR. STEINHART'S
This great strengthening remedy and nerve
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NERVOUS Debility, Spermatorrhoea, Seminal
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Lassitude, Languor, Gloominess, Depression of
Spirits, Aversion to Society, Easy niscouraire
ment. Lack of Conßdence.Dulluess, Llstlessness,
Unfitness for Study or Business and finding
life a burden, Safeiy.Permanently and Private.y
Cured.
P KICKS—92.SO, in liquid o* "ill forsn.orflv*
time, tho quantity, $10. Address
DR. P. STBINHART,
Rooms T and 8, No. vm.v,. formerly
11 V„ Wen Firs street, Los
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Avoid unskillful pretenders. Poßßess this great
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mail, postpaid, concealed in plain wrapper. IlVaa.
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from tho National itlcdirul Association for
this PRIZE KSS.4V on NERVOUS aud
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of Assistant Physicians may lie consulted, confi
dentially, by mail or in person, at the office of
THE PEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
No. 4 BuinnchSt.,BoMton,Mnss.,towhomall
orders for books or letters for advice should be
directed as above.
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Dr. Gibbon's
623 Kearny Strain.
SwPL-Afiflte ' Oornor of Oommorcici
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tensively ln Europe' and inspected thoronghl;
the various hospitals there, obtaining « greal
deal of valuable information, whioh he is com
petent to impart to those in need of his servieee
The Dootor cures where others fall. Try Mn>
DR. GIBBON will make no charge onleso Im
effects a cure. Persons at a distance CURED AT
HOME. Al! commnnlcatlons strictly oonfldec
tlal. All letters answered in plain envelope".
Send ten dollars for a package of mediolm,
Call or write. Address DB. J. F. GIBBON, Be*
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flig G has given uniTer-
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tumjlt vra onlj by tilt , , _
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THRESHING GU I FIT
For Sale at a Great Bargain.
BRUNSON-PITTS' SEPARATOR, AMES' EN
GINE, JACKSON'S DERRICK AND
FEEDER.
A Complete Threihlng Outfit.
Apply at RANCH HOUSE on Laguna Ranch.
fel4 tf
Wagon Material, Hard Wooes
Iron, Steel,
HORSESHOES and NAILS,
Blacksmiths' Coal, Tooig, etc.
JOHN WIGMORE,
117 and 119 Angeles fit
M. Hopkins <S& Co,.
Undertakers and Embalmer.s
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
TELEPHONE NO. 209.
d7-tf 139 South Main Street.
GALLAGHER ft CUSSES,
Undertakers & Embaliners,
207 E. First St. Telephone 1030.
Cheap Rent. Low Prices. It win
parties reqni.ing undertakers' Roods to ex
amine our ttook before purchasing else-
Where. ja29-2m
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I A TMEIOPS CUT IN CARPETS!
~,E v„ l7'/JiJC i ,^?Pl l r Btore, w . l U ^o ld Rt once. We are going to close ont, and the public
will never get such prices on CARPETS again. We have not got the time to list the prices, but
If you will call you w4l soon be convinced that we mean business.
; 2? i b !s dr i Ve ft sn <i cla > »ne of TAPESTRY BRUSSELS CARPETB at 75 cents
a yard, sewed and laid. Same goods are selling in town today at *1.00.
.„ \tH ot 5 0D .Y BRU BBBLB CARPETS AND BORDERS. Amongst this line are
the best makes of goods, all patterns, at $1 00 a yard, sewed aud laid.
*i ,lsi) s?l °" renti , re I,n . e ,? f B MITHS- MOQUETTEB, to close out, at $1.50 per yard, sewed
and laid. All choice styles. All goods sold strictly for cash.
Lion's Carpet Store,
113 and 145 South Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
felA-lm
I
Having Purchased the Entire Stock of
FURNITURE
Of the Late Firm of
WALTON & WACHTEL
I offer the same to either dealers or private parties
AT LESS THAN ACTUAL COST
I have determined to close out the stock as soon as possible.
Intending purchasers will serve their interests by giving
me a call.
J. V. WACHTEL,
312, 314 AND 316 SOUTH SPRING STREET
f!7
Iff C.C.C. GROCERY,-& st.,
V Corner Fourth. '
RED FRONT.
,11 p fe^saM^*'
= SSe?« r °- Z
10db. Pail Armour's or Fairbanks' Lard. .85 Corn. flrst classquality.iOcper canVscans M
3-lb .. , *X foaPS-fierman Family or White Borax, 24 1.00
4 Packages Gloss or Corn Starch lis F » VOrIte ' 30 Jgg
& Pttl .7<» 01 Drip., gal can .65 40 Z. iosl Northernßeansl 00
Hld?yr^ COnd^ edM !. lk '2° B lT'"- : i 50 lbs' Boft Red'itose Klou?' lg
8 gys n ter 8 s eal R ° ck ' Pe "-«°" orßluePoint " Gem' 18
y .., ~ 100 Package Buckwheat or Cerealine. 20
All other goods in proportion. Prompt delivery to nil T>nrt« r>f th Q „i._ _ '
promptly attended to. No charge for packing" We sell for caK strietlv It OTd . er "
cash that we are enabled to offer these attractive prices strictly. It Is only by paying
fl ' 4m F. S. GILHAM, 359 South Spring; Street.
R. Stewart & Son, GROCERS,
Telephone 725. 531 & 533 S q rj TII SPRING/
OUR PRICE LIST.
]r Ik!' vl", n ry " ranu l" ed BBgar $1.00 17 lbs. Best Island Rice mi 00
n.n B tD / , fr uSusu 100 Smoked Finnan Haddies 9 V?
12 Cans Standard Corn 1.00 50 lb. sack Best Northern Flouri 25
}% tomatoes 100 Best Eastern Hams V«5
~ Btrinjr Beans 100 •' B. Bacon. ..Yf
10 , , We Fmlte 1.00 Ten lb. Tin Lard ll
,° , Table Apricots 1.00 Five " '• J?
*2 „ „ Oysters 1.00 Can Coal Oil or Gasoline .:. '.95
I .. nh h...r Bul T„ u i lOO Arbuckle Coffee oS
Z Libby's Corned Beef 40 Ten lb sack Meal hk
1 aeavySyrup... 1.00 Three cans Esgl'o or Elgin Mut.'so
JgMSfflU-syrup iBB gSfl™ Per£ectiou s
40 lbs. Best Northern Beans 1.00 Six H- Hand orMiicher Herringos
CHOICE BUTTER, EGGS AND POULTRY A SPECIALTY. f4 i m "
TWO CARLOADS OF RANGES
DAMAGED BY WATEB.
The range, were in awashout j-j had r*n. which ha, caused them
F. E. Browne's, 30 South Main St.
OPPOSITE MOTT MARKET. nl m
HOTEL ARCADIA!
SANTA MONICA.
This delightful Hotel is now open, and Tourists should not fail to give it a trial. Situated on the bluff overlooking the
ocean, the view is magnificent from ocean and land sides. GOOD SURF BATHING. Hot salt water baths. Fine drives
in the canyons and on the beach. The house has all modem conveniences; elevator, steam, etc. .
4 Trains per day each way. fl73m J. W. SCOTT, Lessee.
THE RAYMOND, EAST PASADENA'
Among the ©rang, Grove, of the beautiful San Gabriel Valley, eight mile, from Lorn Augelo.
I{ ou » manager (during tbe summer season manager of the Crawford House, White Mountains, N. H.)
worth your while a . day ' a we £ k i" , m< } l,th - , or the whole season, ther (ro out snd stay a few hours. It is well
features-especially the grand dSilw of flow//. £ .'i* V*?™* • »nd that view alone will well repay you, although there are many other interesting
scape gardener, formerly* of wh . lch , ?. re »™ under the charge of Mr. C. H. Hovey, tie celebrated land?
stay ihere must necessarily bei brie ? » a . S! aBS v . Tourls T tB visiting Los Angeles shcu'd mate a trip to Tho Raymond, even if their
who render the.choice!!of music[wfee e\ ™d« AngeTes aßd The K«J»m*<l by several lines of rallrcad. The orchestra
which ala T^^M V v^,n i^^ n^, b^ ci • f ni an T e:£ coUent starting-point for a drlte through the San Gabriel valley, In
f Interest. uaonei Mission chnioh, Hose's winery, Lucky Baldwin's stock faim.'.the Sleria Madre Villa, and many other places
r«s^eM, U o«^»nia!f and otbel a * ttet » can be obtained! byladdretslng O. B. Merrill, Manager of Tbe BayxDcrd, £«tf
, das am
RAMONA !
The Gem uf the Ban Gabriel VaUey.
Only Three Miles from city Una* af Lat
Angeles.
Property of San Gabriel Wine 00.
original Owners.
LOCATED AT SBOKB'H STATION,
On line of 8 P. B. B. and Ban Gabriel
Valley Bapid Transit B. 8.,
From 10 to 15 mlnnten to the Plata Las An.
gelos City. ' *"
OHEAPBBT BCSDBBAN TO WW LOTS.
VILLs. SITBB, OB
ACBBAQB PROPS* g,
rortJLAB TBBMS.
PTJBKBT SPRING WATER
Inexhamstlbleqnantlties guaranteed,
Apply at Office of
BAN GABBIEL WINE 00.,
Bamona, Los Angeles county, Oal.
j i• t Or to J. M.TIKKNAN. Bamona.
field
WELLINGTON:-: COAL.
The best fuel for domestic and steam pur
poses Is the 8. F. Wellington coal, for sale In
quantities to suit by
HANCOCK BANNING-.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Coil, Wood and Charcoal,
TELEPHONE 36.
HAVE REMOVED TO
130 W. Second Street.
Yard at Corner of New Main and Chavez Sts.,
adjoining the J. M. Griffith & Co.
lumber yard.
YABD TELEPHONE, 1047.
f!slm
FOR
AWNINGS, FLAGS,
TENTS!
Truck, Hay and Wagon Covers,
—GO TO—
A. W. SWANFELDT,
Corner of Seco-id and San Pedro sts. fl5 2m
TO WEAK WEN
Buffering from the effects of youthful errors, early!
decay, wasting weakness, lost manhood, etc, I will
send a valuable treatise (sealed) containing full
particulars for homo cure, FREE of charge. A 1
splendid medical work ; should be read by every!
man who Is nervous and debilitated. Address,]
Prof. F. C FOWLEB, Mooaus. Conn,,
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