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AT THE CAPITAL.
An Uneventful Day in the
Acrimonious Political Debate
in the Honse.
Southern Outrages Come in for Con •
Jayhawker Kelly Assumes to Speak for
the Postoffiee Department and Gets
Hauled Over the Coals.
Associated Press Dispatches. I
Washington, April 23.—1n the Senate
today the committee on foreign relations
reported back (in lieu of Reagan's bill
concerning tlie irrigation of arid lands
in the valley of the Kio Grande river) a
concurrent resolution recpuesting the
President to enter into negotiations with
Mexico on the subject. Adopted.
Chandler offered a resolution to incor
porate among the standing rules of the
Senate, one to expedite the taking of
votes and facilitating public business.
Referred to the committee on rules. It
provides for a procedure similar to that
in the House, to head off dilatory mo
tions, etc.; and also provides that the
presiding officer may cause to be entered
on the journal the names of Senators
present and not voting to make up a
Reagan spoke in support of his bill
repealing all the laws for the retirement
of army, navy and marine officers from
active service on pay.
The conference report on the bill pro
viding for a temporary government for
Oklahoma was agreed to —yeas 50, nays
5 (Butler, Cockrell, Pugh, Quay and
Vest). The bill now goes to the Presi
Among the bills passed were the fol
Senate bill for improving Arkansas
Senate bill appropriating $0,076 to re
imburse the State of Washington for the
expenses of its constitutional con
Senate bill amending and further ex
tending the benefits of the act of Feb
ruary 8, 1887, providing for the allot
ment of land in severalty to the Indians
on the various reservations, etc.
Senate bill providing for a commission
to determine the northern boundary
line of the Warm Springs Indian reser
vation in Oregon, and making an appro
Senate bill to create a customs district
of the Territory of Arizona.
Plumb gave notice that he would to
morrow ask the Senate to consider his
resolution as to the increase of silver
The Land Forfeiture bill was taken up,
and the Senate adjourned.
An Acrimonious Political Debate on
Washington, April 23. —In the House
today, Harmer, of Pennsylvania, pre
sented a memorial of the Manufacturers'
(Jlub of Philadelphia, in favor of prompt
action on tariff legislation which shall
check the importation of articles pro
duced by our own people. Referred.
The House went into committee of the j
whole on the Legislative Appropriation i
bill, the pending question being the j
motion to strike out the clause providing |
clerks for Senators. Lust, 85 to 87.
In speaking to a verbal amendment,
Kelly, of Kansas, replied to a remark by
Allen, of Mississippi, to the effect that
some newly-appointed postmasters in
Mississippi had moved their offices into
the country, by saying that he had
learned at the Postoffiee Depart
ment that in some places it had
been impossible for a Republican
postmaster to secure a location in town,
and he was obliged to go to the country.
He also read a letter from Postmaster
Finley, of Abbeville, stating that shortly
after "his appointment he was set upon
by a mob, led by a son of Congress
man Cothran, beaten with barbed wires
and ordered to leave town.
This provoked a heated political de
Enloe asked if Kelly wrote the letter
for the postmaster, and Kelly replied
that he had, because on account of tlie
beating received, Finley's arm is para
These statements were received with
much derisive laughter on the Demo
cratic side, which led Powell, of Illinois,
to remark that the gentlemen on the
other side thought it was funny to hear
accounts of murders and beatings with
Kelly proceeded to read from letters
of Southern postmasters to First Assist
ant Postmaster General Clarkson, com
plaining of outrages.
In the discussion which followed,
Tarsney asked about the litigation going
on between Kelly and his son against a
colored congregation in Fort Smith to
prevent the erection of a colored church
on the ground that it was a nuisance.
Kelly denied that there was any such
litigation, and said he did not own any
land in Arkansas.
Mcßae and Rogers, however, stated
that Kelly's son was involved in such
Allen, of Mississippi, said the gentle
man from Kansas seemed to be the rec
ognized mouth-piece of the Postoffiee
Department of the administration.
There had never been a time in the
history of the "G. O. P." when Southern
outrages were more necessary for the
purposes of that party. It had gone to
the wall on the tariff, was "busted"
higher than a kite on civil service, the
elections were going against it, and if it
could not carry the election on Southern
outrages, the chances of the "G. O. P."
were gone. He had in his desk a long
list of Kansas outrages, but would not
descend to that sort of debate.
Cot bran, of South Carolina, speak
ing of the Abbeville matter, said
after the war a Northern man was ap
pointed postmaster and served until
Arthur's term, when he died and bis
widow succeeded him. When this ad
ministration came in Finley tiled an ap
plication in which he misrepresented
and defamed the character of the post
mistress. There was a feeling of out
rage against him, and a number of
young men, including Cothran's son,
went to Finley's house one night and
made a demonstration, not for the pur
pose of doing him any harm. With a
guilty conscience he ran out of the back
door, and in jumping down broke bis
leg. The young men sent for a physician
and paid all the expenses.
Rogers, of Arkansas, called attention
to the fact that under leave to print,
Kelly had printed in the record vile cal
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1890.
umnies on the State of Arkansas, and
proceeded to score Kelly sharply. He
then read a long list of Kansas outrages,
a.id asked if it was not the fact that
Kelly should exercise his luminous in
tellect in home missions. In the course
of his remarks he bitterly assailed
"Hooker Jack" McClure, who had been
appointed to conduct a certain Govern
ment case in Arkansas.
Featherstone, of Arkansas, replied
sharply to Rogers, defending Judge Mc-
Clure and Powell Clayton. He (Feather
stone) was not here to defame Arkansas,
but it seemed to be a crime to tell tlie
truth. The party in power in Arkansas
rested its power not on the votes of an
honest majority, but on stuffed ballot
Pending further discussion, the com
mittee rose and the House adjourned.
Washington, April 23. —The members
of the late Pan-American conference,
now in Washington, went to Mount
Vernon today as guests of Secretary
The President today sent to the Sen
ate the nomination of Thomas B. Shan
non, of San Francisco, to be Receiver of
The Senate bill providing for the in
spection of meats for exportation, and
' prohibiting the importation of adulter
j ated food or drink, was acted upon
i favorably by the House committee on
| agriculture today.
The House committee on public build
! ings and grounds has authorized favor
able reports on the bill for a building
at Butte City, Mont., to cost $150,000.
THEY HAVE FOUND IT.
THE REPUBLICANS AT LAST AGREE
UPON A SILVER BILL.
i It is a Mongrel Measure Mostly in Harmony
With the Senate Caucus Measure—Sen
ator Teller Dissents From It.
Washington, April 23. —The Republi
cans of the House and Senate have
t agreed upon a basis for preparation of a
J silver bill. The agreement is in harmony
with the measure adopted by the Sanate
j caucus committee, with an important
The bill provides that the Secretary of
j the Treasury shall be directed to pur
chase from time to time silver bullion to
I the aggregate amount of 4,5U0,000
j ounces of pure silver in each month, at
| the market price thereof, not exceeding
one dollar for 371.25 grains of pure
silver, and issue in payment treasury
! notes of the United States, to be pre-
I pared by the Secretary, in such forms
and such denominations, (not less than
jsl or more than $1,000) as lie may pre
The treasury notes issued shall be re-
I deemable on demand in lawful money
by the United States Treasurer, and
when so redeemed may be reissued; but
Jno great er or less .amount of such notes
j shall be outstanding at any time than
, the cost of silver bullion then held in
the treasury, purchased by said notes.
! Provided, that upon the demand of the
j holder of any treasury notes thus pro
j vided for, the Secretary may 'exchange
i for such notes an amount of silver
bullion which will be equal in value at
the market price thereof, on the day of
exchange, to the amount of such notes.
The Secretary of the Treasury shall
coin such portion of the silver bullion
purchased under the provisions of the
act as may be necessary to provide for
the redemption of the treasury notes
provided for, and any gain or seigniorage
arising from such coinage shall be ac
counted for and paid into the treasury.
The silver bullion purchased under the
provisions of the act shall be subject to
t 1 requirements of the existing laws
and regulations of the mint service gov
erning the method of determining the
amount of pure silver contained and the
amount of charges or deduction, if any,
to be made.
So much of the act of February, 28,
1878, entitled "An act to authorize the
coinage of the standard silver dollar and
restore its legal tender character," as
requires the monthly purchase and
coinage of the same into silver dollars, of
not less than $2,000,000, nor more than
$4,000,000 worth of silver bullion, is
The act is to take effect thirty days
from and after its passage.
Senator Teller, of the Senate sub-com
mittee dissented. Later he said lie
would make an effort to secure free sil
ver coinage ; failing in that he would ac
cept the next best thing he could get.
When the measure came up in the Sen
ate he would move to make the certifi
cates legal tender.
Charleston, S. C, April 23. —News
has reached here of a riot among the
citizens of McCormick, S. C. A man
named Sturkey reported Druggist Cal
houn for selling whiskey on Sunday.
Druggist Calhoun shot the officer sent
to arrest him. Other citizens took a
hand and a general fight ensued, in
which several persons are said to have
been shot. P. B. Calhoun is the only
man known to have been fatally shot.
Chinese Smugglers Arrested.
Buffalo, April 23.—The United States
Customs Inspectors last night captured
three Chinese smugglers at the foot of
Hertel avenue, Black Rock. In their
possession was found several hundred
dollars' worth of opium. They had
crossed the river in a small boat and had
a wagon in waiting on this side. The
party landed from China at Vancouver
and traveled through Canada to Suspen
sion Bridge, from where they drove up
to Fort Erie. They were on their way
to New York.
A Cyclone ln Texas.
Austin, Tex., April 23.—The little
town of Kyle, twenty miles south of here,
was visited by a cyclone last night.
Many houses were overturned, several
were swept away and several persons
were injured. The destruction of fences
and growing crops is very great.
New York, April 23.—United States
District Attorney Edward, before the
committee on immigration today, testi
fied that the delinquency in prosecuting
immigration cases was due to the over
crowded condition of the calendar.
Excursionists at Fresno.
Fresno, April 23. —Ninety excursion
ists from Woodland, California, arrived
last night to investigate the culture and
curing of raisin grapes. The party was
shown through tho vineyards and colo
nies today by the Board of Trade.
Boodlers on Trial.
Denver, April 23.—The trial of Pub
lic Printers Collier and Cleveland and
Secretary of State Rice, on the charge
of conspiracy to defraud the State, be
gan today. The day was taken up in
securing a jury.
Meeting of the State Repub
The State Convention to Meet
Sacramento Selected as the Place of
The Body to Be Composed of 677 Dele
gates—Next Or. A. K. Encampment
to Be Held at Santa Cruz.
Associated Press Dispatches. 1
San Francisco. April 23.—The Repub
lican State central committee met this
afternoon to take the preliminary steps
for the opening of the campaign of 1890.
General W. H. Dimond presided. The
roll call showed fifty-nine members of
the main committee and sixteen mem
bers of the executive committee pres
The committee at once selected Aug
ust 12th as the date for holding the State
The representatives of*several cities
were allowed ten minutes in which to
give reasons why the State convention
should be held at the point they repre
sented, and Judge Short, of Fresno,
made an eloquent appeal for his town,
lie did not think Sacramento had any
right to have tlie convention. The Re
publicans should visit a new and enter
prising country, where their visit could
be highly appreciated.
Railroad Commissioner Abbott said he
admired Fresno for her enterprise and
San Jose for her beauty, but Sacramento
possessed better facilities than any other
town in the State for the convention.
He promised that the expenses of the
convention would be borne by the
A number of other speeches were
made, and the roll was then called,
and resulted as follows: Sacramento j
50; San Jose, 19; Fresno, 12. Sacra
The committee then adopted the fol
lowing appointment of delegates : One
delegate-at-large for each county; one
for every 200 votes cast for Harrison,
and one for every fraction of two hundred
votes over one hundred votes. The con
vention will thus consist of 677 dele
A committee appointed for that pur
pose, prepared a formal call for the con
Col. Chamberlain, on behalf of the
Union League Club, invited the mem
bers of the State central committee to
attend a banquet at the rooms of the
club this evening. The committee then
G. A. It. SOCIETIES.
Next Department Encampment to be
Held at Santa Cruz.
San Jose, Cal., April 23. —The depart
ment encampment of the G. A. R. to
day selected the following delegates to
the national encampment at Boston in
August: N. D. Oyly, San Jose; A. E.
Leavitt, John H. Eustis, E. K. Alex
ander and H. F. Hobbart, San Fran
cisco ; C. A. Fuller, Marysville.
The vote on the next meeting place
of the encampment was: Santa Cruz,
166; San Diego, 107; Fresno, with
The W. R. C. met this morning and
elected the following officers: President,
R. Stanton Marshall, of Reno; senior
vice-president, Abbie E. Johnson,
Los Angeles; junior vice-presi
dent, Addie McDonald; treasurer,
Mary E. Furguson, of San Francisco;
chaplain, Mary C. McCleave, of Berke
ley ; executive board, Eliza Smith, Mary
McCleave, Lucy Huey, Henrietta Huck
nieyer; home association, Eliza Smith,
Lucy Huey, Fannie Edwards, Mary Mc-
Cleave, Helen Longdon.
ON THE TI'HF.
Yesterday's Events at Memphis and Lin
Memphis, April 23.—Half mile—Ben
March won, Linlithow second, Black
Knight third; time, 54.
Three-fourth of a mile —Mary K. won,
Mountain second, Venango third; time,
Mile and three-sixteenth—Hypocrite
won, Elvton second, Tom Stevens third;
Seven-eighths of a mile—Jess Arm
strong won, Hardee second, Bettina
third ; time, 1:35.
Mile—Mamie Fonso won, Carlton sec
ond, Jack Cocks third; time, 1:29.
Three-fourths of a mile—Skobeloft* won,
Leo Briebel second, Katie 8. third; time,
Linden Park, N. J., April 23.—Three
fourths mile—Salisbury won, St. John
second, Little Addie third; time, 1:16.
Five-eighths mile—CapLain Wagner
won, Stryke second, Emily Carter third;
Seven-eighths mile—Fordham won,
My Fellow second, The Doctor third;
Mile and one-eighth—Gray Dawn won,
Tristan second, Hamlet third; time,
Mile—Little Jim won, Maia second,
Superior third; time I:44J£.
Half mile—lnterest Colt won, Addie
L. second, Lizzie Scott second; time
London, April 23.—The city and su
burban handicap, fifteen starters, was
won by Reve D'Or.
Fatal Boiler Explosion.
Newcastle, Pa., April 23.—An explo
sion occurred at yEtna mills this morn
ing. Three men were killed and six
badly injured, two of whom will prob
ably die. While the men were working,
the flue end of a big boiler collapsed
with a deafening roar; in a moment the
place was drenched with steam. The
killed are George Klingensmith, John
Welsh and Johnny Murphy.
Sullivan Will Accept.
Boston, April 23.—John L. Sullivan
was asked last night what answer he
would make if the California athletic
club would agree to give a $20,000 purse
for a fight between himself and Jackson.
"Why, I'll accept the conditions and
fight him," was the champion's reply.
An Officer Beaten by Tough*.
St. Paul, April 23.—1n a fight with a
gang of toughs, Police Officer Peterson
was last night beaten until insensible,
but not before he had mortally wounded
one of his assailants. Peterson's recov
ery is considered doubtful.
Death of Samuel F. Pleraon.
Philadelphia, April 23.—Samuel F.
Pierson, late commissioner for the trunk
lines at New York, who had been
seriously ill for several weeka, died here
WOLVES WERE PLENTY.
How Some Jayhawker Officials Plun
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Ulysses, Kan., April 23.—Connty
Clerk George W. Farp and County Com
missioners D. C. Sullivan, C. S. Green
and F. M. Lenbart, and J. D. Harbor,
0. A. Robinson and George Dougherty
have been arrested for swindling the
county. A bounty was offered by the
county for wolf scalps. It is charged
that the four citizens last mentioned
conspired with the County Clerk and
commissioners. One of them would pre
sent a bag of scalps, get his bounty, and
the bag would be put where it could be
stolen and again presented. This was
repeated till tlie county was swindled
out of $16,000, representing a quarter of
a million scalps.
A Farmer's Residence Burned.
Anaheim, April 23.—The residence of
L. W. Kirby, seven miles northeast of
Anaheim, was destroyed by fire yester
day morning. Loss, $2,000; insured.
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service on you of this summons, if served
within this county; or. If served elsewhere,
within thirty days, or judgment by default will
be taken against you according to the prayer of
The said action is brought to recover a judg
ment against defendant W. B. Slaughter for the
sum of one thousand dollars with interest
thereon from September 2d, 1889, at the rate of
ten per cent, per annum, alleged to be due
upon a certain promissory note executed by
defendants, W. B. Slaughter and William Storm,
on the 24th day of October, 1887, to Charles
Gassen, for the sum of ?(>,OOQ, with interest at
the rate of ten per cent, per annum, from No
vember sth, 1887: and for the further sum of
three hundred dollars, attorneys' fees, as in said
note provided; and for costs of this action.
That said sums be declared a lien upon the
stock pledged to secure the payment of said
note, said stock being in said complaint and
hereinafter described; that said stock, to-wit:
Certificate No. 54, for two hundred shares of
the capital stock of the American Valley Com
pany of New Mexico, standing upon the books
of the said corporation in the name of said W.
B. Slaughter, said corporation being a corpora
tion formed and existing under the laws of the
Territory of New Mexico, with a capital stock
of 1500,000, divided into five thousand shareß
of one hundred dollars each; which said certi
ficate was issued to the said William B. Slaugh
ter, on the Ist day of October, A. D. 1886, be
sold and the proceeds applied to the payment
of said sums; and for judgment and execution
against said defendant, W. B. Slaughter, for
any deficiency remaining; and also that said
defendants and all persons claiming under
them, be barred and foreclosed of all right,
claim or equity of redemption in said stock,
and for other and further relief as will more
fully appear by reference to the complaint on
And you are hereby notified that if you fail
to appear and answer the said complaint as
above required, the said plaintiff will cause
your default to be entered, and will apply to
the court for the relief demanded in the com
Given under my hand and the seal of the
Superior Court of the State of California, in and
for the county of Los Angeles, this 20th day of
[seal] C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk.
By F. B. Fanning, Deputy Clerk,
W. P.lGardiner, attorney for plaintiff.
TIIE LOS ANGELES ELECTRIC COMPANY,
location of principal place of business, City
of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State ol
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of
the directors held on the 15th day of April, A.
D. 1890, an assessment of fifty cents per share
was levied upon the capital stock of the cor
poration, payable immediately to the Secretary,
at the office of the corporation, Room 14, No.
218 North Main street, in the City of Los An
geles, California. Any stock upon which this
assessment shall remain unpaid on the 16th
day of May, A. D. 1890, will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction, and unless
payment is msdr before, will be sold on the 3d
daj oi June, A D. 1890, to pay the delinquent
ass. f-iueut. together with costs of advertising
and expenses of sale.
w R. B LAC KM AN, Secretary,
Office 218 North Main st., Los Angeles, Cal.