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AT THE CAPITAL.
Tlie House Wrestles With
Army Appropriat ions.
Objection Made to Furnishing
Beer to Soldiers.
The Senate Votes $6,200,000 for Gal
The House Naval Appropriations Bill
Completed—The Pathfinder Or
Associated Press Dispatches, i
Washwoton, March 29.—After busi
ness of minor importance, t<><lay, the
House went into committee oi the \\ dole
on the Army Appropriation bill.
Morse said the provision for an appro
priation of $1(M>,000 for canteens at the
poste, showed;that among the things to'
be sold at these posts, were beer and
light wines, and a Government beer sa
loon was to be connected with a library
and reading-room. He protested against
this as an outrage against temperance
and the Christian people of this country.
Morse's amendment that no alcoholic
liquors be sold to enlisted men in any
canteen was adopted, 52 to 45, many
Democrats who were opposed to the
proposition voting for it, in order that
there may be a yea and nay vote in the
Pending further action the committee
rose and the House adjourned.
In the Senate today, the bill for the
completion of the entrance to Galveston
liarbor, appropriating $0,200,000 in the
aggregate, but the expenditures of any
year not to exceed $1,000,000, was passed.
The conference report upon the (Irgent
Deficiency bill was agreed to.
On motion of Voorhees the Senate bill
appropriating $14,(175 for the purchase
of the Capron collection of Japanese
works of art, now in the National mu
seum, was passed.
In the discussion Hale satirized Voor
hees, for his advocacy of the measure, as
if it was on behalf of the farmers, whose
depressed condition he pictured last
The Pathfinder Matter.
Secretary Windom has been informed
_of the cas« of the schooner Pathfinder,
and will probably act in the matter this
afternoon, after consultation with the
President and Secretary Blame.
Later —Assistant Secretary Tichenor
has ordered the release of the Path
tinder, seized by the cutter Corwin.
Ttobt. Waugh, of lowa —Indian Agent
at the Uintah and Ouray agency, Utah.
Quiuby Vance—Receiver of Public
Moneys, at Las Cruces, New Mexico.
J. F. Russell—Register of the Land
Office, at Ceeur d'Alene, Idaho.
Postmasters —California: E. B.Smith,
Pomona; N. W. Moody, Fresno. Ne
vada: O. E. Bilkey, Elko. Washington:
F. E. Wiliamson, Pomeroy.
An Inoperative Uw.
The Collector of Customs at Portland,
Ore., recently inquired of the Treasury
Department if he would be justified,
under the act of September 13, 1888, in
landing three Chinese holding certifi
cates issued by the customs officers at
British Columbia, declaring them Chi
nese merchants. Assistant Secretary
Tichenor informed him that the law re
ferred to was inoperative, by reason of
the non-ratification of the treaty upon
which it should go into effect.
Navnl Appropriations Bill.
The House committee on naval affairs
has completed the Naval Appropriation
bill, carrying $22,151,523, which is $459,
--013 more than for the current year. The
bill provides for the construction of four
large, heavily armored, sea-going ves
sels, one to be built on the Pacific Coast
and one on tiie Gulf of Mexico or
waters tributary thereto, if it can be
built at a reasonable cost. There is an
item in the bill appropriating $65,000
for Mare Island.
The President has approved the bill
suspending the law requiring steamboats
to carry certain projectiles and guns or
The Pan-American Conference has
adopted the report of the committee on
A DAKOTAN'S CRIME.
He Stabs His Sons and Cuts His Wife's
Faulkton, S. D., March 20. —E. Eck
bardt, living fifteen miles northwest of
here, stabbed his two sons and cut his
wife's throat yesterday. He was under
bonds to answer the charge of attempt
to' kill a neighbor a week ago. His
family testified against him at the pre
liminary examination, and this incensed
him so that he undertook to kill them.
The injured still live.
No Wonder He's Sick.
Annapolis, Md., March 29.—The Leg
islative committee, which has found a
shortage of $127,000 in the accounts of
State Treasurer Archer, has not yet
completed its work. Some say the short
age will reach half a million. Archer is
still critically ill, and his wife and
daughter are prostrated by the develop
The Walnut Grove Company Sued.
Prescott, Ariz., March 29. —Some
fourteen citizens of Maricopa county
have commenced suits against the Wal
nut Grove Water Storage Company for
damages aggregating $93,000 for loss
occasioned by the breaking of the dam
and the consequent destruction of prop
A Murdered Body Fonnd.
Astoria, Ore., March 29.—The body of
Jens F. Frederickson, who, together with
his wife, was murdered about February
3d, near South Bend, Wash., was found
yesterday near his cabin. The body of
Mrs. Frederickson has not yet been
Sacuamento, March 29.—Owing to the
rain last night and today, and the
muddy condition of the grounds, the
game of baseball announced to take
place this afternoon between the Stuck
tons and Sacramentos was postponed.
Belvidbbb, N. J., March 29. —An
alarming epidemic of diphtheria prevails 1
at East Stroudsburg, Pa. Deaths are oc
curring daily. The disease originated
from improper drainage.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1890.
Tlx- Recently Seized Schooners Not
San- Francisco, March 29.—Panama
advices oi March 15, state that the Col
ombian Government lias released the
-i I,ooners Pearl and Julian which were
seized last month on the San Bias coast
i for infringement of a custom* laws of the
| United States of Colombia, which re
-1 quires all vessels trading with the San
Bias Indians to procure clearance papers
at Carthagena and pay duty at
that port. Tin- Colombian Consul
at Mew York had evidently
forgotten the law, as he issued clearance
papers to tlie vessels to proceed direct to
(he San Bias coast. The Colombian
[ Government, on learning the circum
i Stances, released the vessels and for
warded an explanation to Washington.
The American Consul at Colon statee
that neither of the schooners carried an
j American register, the Pearl being an
English craft and the Julian carrying
the flag of San Dpmingo.
HOKIM r.LK BUTCHERY.
A Woman Murdered, Dismembered and
Disemboweled by Her Husband.
Leavenworth. Kan., March 29. — Yes
terday, in the Missouri river, was dis
covered the dead body of a woman. The
j body was disemboweled, both
! cut off, and a bullet wound was in the
j head. The body was identified as Mrs.
' Metman, the wife of a German painter.
I The dead woman's daughter said Iter
I father and mother quar/eled some time
j ago but made up. Sunday afternoon
I the mother went to a neighbor's to visit
and left there at 8 o'clock, saying she
was going home. That was the last
Been of her alive. Efforts to get a story
from her husband were unavailing, and
finally he was put under arrest. Sus
picion was aroused by his actions, and a
careful search of the premises showed a
trail of blood on the sidewalk opposite
A SATISFACTORY VERDICT.
The Windsor Murderer Found Guilty in
the First Degree.
Santa Rosa, Cal., March 29. —William
Bruggy, the Windsor murderer, was
found guilty last night of murder in the
first degree, without recommendation.
This is the second verdict of the kind
ever rendered in the county, and there
is considerable excitement over the
prospect of the hanging of one of the
most brutal murderers in the criminal
annals of the State. Bruggy, who had
been tantalizing his victim, Louison, for
several hours, went into a saloon and
waited for Louison to come in from the
; back door, when he placed the muzzle
j of a revolver at the back of his head and
! shot him dead. Louison was unarmed,
j and had made no demonstration.
KNOCKED IN THE HEAD.
' A Drunken Brawler meets the Fate He
Reno, Nev.. March 20. —Last evening
a drunken painter, recently from Cali
fornia, named William Harold, was
fatally injured by Charles Frisch, pro
prietor of the Pyramid saloon and lodg
ing house, by being struck on the head
with a beer mallet. Harold was creat
ing a disturbance and Frisch undertook
to put him out, but was met with strong
resistance and threats of shooting, when
the latter struck him a heavy blow with
a mallet, producing death in about ten
hours. The dead man was about 35
Kemi Chabot Dead.
San l-'iiAM'isce. March 29. — Remi
Chabot, a well-known capitalist, died at
i his appartments in the Baldwin hotel
j this afternoon, from kidney troubles.
The deceased was a native of Canada,
aged 02. He was interested in mining
in Nevada and California, owned a large
ranch in Washington and was one of the
largest stockholders in the Contra Costa
Water Company, of Oakland. He left a
i fortune estimated at several hundred
j thousand dollars.
Highbinders to Harder S;>ies.
New York, March 2.). —A local paper
' says the Chinese gamblers have made a
j contract with two highbinders to pay
$1,000 for the murder of any spies who
furnish evidence to the police. Ju Sing
I and Hule Kin, Christianized Mongoli
ans, who have been trying to break up
gambling, say they are aware of this
contract but are not alarmed.
Strengthening a Levee.
Sacramento, March 29.—The levee
above the town of Washington, Yolo
county, having threatened to break, the
Southern Pacific Railroad Company set
a large force of men to work to
strengthen the weak spot. Over sixty
carloads of broken granite has been
placed upon the levee.
Bridget Did Not Confess.
Washington, March 2!). —The police
authorities state there absolutely is no
truth in the story that Bridget Sweeny,
an old and trusted servant, had confessed
to having caused the recent lire at Sec
retary Tracy's house.
Gone to Canada.
Bay City, Mich., March 29. —William
Stewart, recorder of West Bay City, has
gone to Canada. The amount of his
shortage has not been determined, but
is supposed to be $3,000 or $4,000.
Editors Will Meet.
Sacramento, March 29.—The Central
and Northern California Press Associa
tion will meet in this city at the E. B.
Crocker art gallery, next Monday
Fatal Boiler Explosion.
Wheeling, W. Va., March 29. —By a
boiler explosion at the axle works in
South Wheeling today two men were
fatally and a dozen others seriously in
School Bonds Defeated. «.
Bakerbkielo, Cal., March 29. —An
election for the issuance of bonds for the
building of a new school house w-as held
today, and the bonds were defeated.
Earthquake in New Hampshire.
Contoocook, N. H., March 29. —A
slight earthquake was felt last night at
10 o'clock here and at several surround
ing towns. •
Grand Church Burned.
The Hague, March 29.—The Grand
church at Abeldoorn, adjacent to the
royal palace, burned today.
Liverpool Spring Cup.
Liverpool, March 29. —The Liverpool
spring cup, today, was won by Father
Over One Thousand Persons
Have been cured, it makes no difference what
is your disease. Kadam's Microbe Killer will
cure. Office, 109 V, S. Broadway.
R. B. Young, architect, has removed from
California Hank building to rooms 47, 48 and
49, new Wilson block, First and Spring Btreets.
Buggy robes and blankets at Foy's harness
shop, 217 Los Angeles street.
Children Cr_» for Pitcher's CastoriaJ
The Ex-Chancellor Departs
He Retires to His Country-Seat
The City Turns Out En Masse lo Hid
Marked Attentions Shown by the Old
Prince to Minister Phelps—Other
Berlin, March 29.—[Copyright, 1890,
by the New York Associated Press.]—
Prince Bismarck left Berlin for Frieder
ichsruhe, his country seat, today. Yes
| terday he visited the Imperial mausoleum
and placed a wfeath apon the coffin oi
i William I. Thousands of persons gath
ered in Wilhelmstrass and along the
route to the railway station. Bismarck
was greeted with stormy enthusiasm.
The windows of the houses in the vicin
ity were crowded with spectators. The
entire route was a sea of waving hand
kerchiefs. A number of other carriages
filled with friends and admirers closed
the procession. When the party arrived
at the station all the ministers, diplo
matic corps and court and state officials
were waiting to bid farewell to the
Prince, and there was a great mass of
people outside. Mountains of bouquets
for the Prince and Princess filled the
waiting-rooms. Bismarck, in a hearty
voice, bid all farewell, Phelps, the
American minister, and Yon Caprlvi
being among the few who got to shake
his hands. Many tears were shed, and
it was altogether an affecting scene. At
5:40 the train started amid renewed
cheering and singing.
Marked Distinction to Phelps.
In connection with the regard evinced
by Bismarck for Mr. Phelps, it is worthy
of note that on Tuesday last he denied
himself to all others and received Phelps
in private audience. The object of the
discussion excited much curiosity here.
Rumor says the Prince made a careful
statement of the recent events with a
view to the future.
The real history of the crisis is still
wrapped in mystery.
The appointment of Baron Bieberstein
as Foreign Secretary is regarded as defin
The Labor Conference Closed.
The final sitting of the labor confer
ence was made today. Minister Yon
Berlepsch made-a long address. He be
lieved the delegates had arrived at a de
cision which would form a basis and de
velop the idea of protecting and
securing the material and moral
welfare of the workingmen, and
had found a common stand
point for the solution of social questions
by individual Governments according to
their exceptional circumstances. In
conclusion the minister conveyed to the
delegates the Emperor s thanks for their
The conference then closed. Its decis
ions will soon be published. Many of
them have already been announced.
Others recommend the optional estab
lishment of courts of arbitration, and
the general observance of Sunday as a
holiday in all trades. Throughout the
j conference the Emperor treated the
I French plenipotentiary with marked
A British Steamer Lost—The City of
. Valparaiso, March 29. —It is learned
that the British steamer Gulf of Aden
foundered on the 12th instant, one hun
dred miles off' the coast. Forty of the
crew and forty-one passengers were
saved. It is not known if any perished.
London, March 29. —The steamer City
of Paris arrived oft' Crook Haven at 9 a.
m., with her machinery disabled. She
was being towed in by the steamer
Aldersgate from Galveston. She is ex
pected to reach Queenstown at 4 p. m.
Paris, March 29. —A French gunboat
was sunk at Rochefort, by collision with
NEW York, March 29.—Arrived: The
Trave, from Bremen.
Liverpool, March 29. —Arrived: The
Helvetia, from New York.
A Hlg Strike in Spain.
MADBLD, March 2!).—Forty thousand
employees in the factories in Catalonia
have struck. A conference is being held
with the eniployers with the view of an
adjustment of the differences. The
strikers are quiet.
A German Spy Captured.
Paris, March 29.—A German spy was
arrested at Epinal. Documents were
found on him showing that there exists
an organized system of espionage oi the
French forts and camps along the Franco-
Fatal Balloon Ascension.
Berlin, March 29.—Two officers and a
private made an experimental ascension
in a balloon in Posen. The balloon col
lapsed, and the. private was killed and
the officers badly hurt.
Stanley's Departure Fixed.
Cairo, March 25).—Stanley will sail for
England April 7tlr.
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I burned my arm severely in 1883,' which
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