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AT THE CAPITAL.
Relief Voted for the Flood
The President Signs the
World's Fair Bill.
Contraband Chinamen Ordered Sent
Back to China.
The Military Commands to be Revised-
Gen. Miles to Go to New York and
Gen. Howard to Chicago.
Associated Press Dispatches. 1
Washington, April 25.—After minor
business this morning, the Senate re
sumed consideration of tho Railroad
Land Forfeiture bill. Call went on with
his argument in favor of his amendment
as to the forfeiture of railroad lands in
Pending further discussion, the Senate
took up and passed the House joint
resolution appropriating $150,000 to be
used by the Secretary of War for the
relief of the destitute persons in the
district overflowed by the Mississippi
river and its tributaries.
Consideration of the Land Forfeiture
bill was then resumed.
Call resumed his speech, but soon
stopped to make complaint that he had
but a few hearers. He said that if the
people could only look in and witness
the scene in the Senate chamber, they
would form an opinion that the day was
passing by when the Senators were of
any use in the government of the
country. He then resumed his argu
ment in explanation and advocacy of the
amendment offered by him in the in
terest of settlers on railroad lands in
George and Pasco also spoke, and the
bill went over without action until Mon
After the deliverance of eulogies on
the late Representative Gay, of Louis
iana, the Senate adjourned.
The committee on appropriations re
ported a joint resolution appropriating
$150,000 to enable the Secretary of War
to distribute rations for the relief of the
destitute people in the district over
flowed by the Mississippi, and tributar
By a vote of 160 to 100. the House
went into committee of the whole on the
Legislative Appropriation bill.
On motion of Savers, of Texas, an
amendment was adopted, providing that
hereafter every new application for ex
amination before the Civil Service Com
mission, shall be accompanied by a cer
tificate of an officer with an official seal
attached, of the county and State of
which applicant claims to be a citizen.
On motion of Cunnnings,of New York,
an amendment was adopted, providing
for the "actual" traveling expenses of
the commission, instead of the "neces
sary" traveling expenses provided in the
The appropriation for the office of the
Director of the Mint was taken up.
Without completing consideration, the
committee arose and the House took a
The President Signs the World's Fair
and Louisiana Relief Bills.
Washington, April 25.—The President
has signed the World's Fair bill.
The House committee on judiciary re
ported the Senate Anti-Trust bill, recom
mending its passage.
The President has sent to the Senate
the nomination of Jacob Schaen, to be
assistant appraiser of merchandise at
The President has signed the joint
resolution Congress passed today, ap
propriating $150,000 to enable the Secre
tary of War to distribute rations for the
relief of the destitute people in the dis
trict overflowed by the Mississippi river
and its tributaries.
Representative Bland, of Missouri,
lias introduced in the House a bill to
reduce taxes by placing on the free list
all imported goods exchanged in foreign
countries for farm products. Any defi
ciency of revenue caused shall be pro
vided for by levying an income tax upon
all incomes of two thousand dollars and
The Senate committee on Indian
affairs has favorably reported Vest's bill
to provide for the compulsory education
of Indian children. The bill makes it
the duty of the Secretary of the Interior
to establish an industrial boarding
school in every Indian reservation where
the population of adults exceeds 500.
The bill is not to apply to the five civil
ized tribes, nor the Osage Indians in
AT IINCLK SAM'S EXPENSE.
Nineteen Contraband Coolies Ordered
Conveyed Buck to China.
Washington, April 25. —Attorney-
General Miller informs the Treasury
Department that there are nineteen
Chinamen in the custody of the United
States Marshal of Washington, to be
tried for coming into the United States
in violation of the Chinese exclusion
act. He recommended, in accordance
with the suggestions of the Secretary of
State, that notwithstanding the pre
sumption that these Chinamen entered
the United States across the British
border, they be returned to China at the
Government's expense, for the reason
that the men could not be returned to
British territory without the payment
of a head tax of $50 each ; and they then
might probably again evade the
vigilance of the United States officers
and return to this country. Secretary
Windom adopted the recommendation,
and instructed the Collector of Customs
at Port Townsend to see that they are
returned to China in the most economi
cal way by sailing or other vessels,
bound direct for that country without
touching at any American port en route.
A KM V CHANGES.
Grlerson's Retirement Will Be Attended
by a Revision of Commands.
Washington, April 25.—1t is generally
expected that the death of Major-General
Crook will result in a change of the mili
tary division commands, but Secretary
Proctor said, today, no changes will be
made for at least two months. It is
understood that the date of tlie retire
ment of Brigadier-General Grierson, July
Bth, has been fixed for the rearrange
ment of the principal commands, and
the present plan contemplates the trans
fer of General Howard to Chicago, and
General Miles to New York, giving Gen
eral Stanley, Gibbon, Ruger, Meritt or
Brooks command of the division of the
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 26, 1890.
PRIESTS IN POLITICS.
Grave Charges Made Against Some of
the Clergy In Quebec.
Montreal, April 25.—The Conserva
tives make the charge that six priests
attended a caucus of the opposing party
the other evening, and a serious accusa
tion in consequence has been laid before
Archbishop Fabec against Abbe Redard,
the cure of St. Constant. The cure is
accused of having refused to give the
Easter communion to a number of par
ishioners because they opposed the can
didates at the municipal election in
which he was interested. The arch
bishop is saiil to have ordered
an inquiry. The abbe is very
active in politics. At the recent pro
vincial elections a numbor of his parish
oners say they gave him money which
they received as bribes to vote for the
Nationalist candidates, and which their
conscience w r ould not allow them to
keep. The abbe, it is stated, said noth
ing about it until made to appear in
court and put on the witness stand.
He has also a large number
of law suits against him. The
probabilities are that a great sensa
tion will be caused by the revelations
threatened by the conservative party,
and which will clearly show, as is gener
ally believed, that to a great extent the
elections in Quebec, are practically con
trolled by the clergy, and it is hinted,
usually for a money consideration.
MORAGO IS A FRAUD.
He Did Not Represent Chili at the Pan-
AVashington, April 25. —The Chilian
minister, Seiior Varas, desires to have it
known that the dispatck from Chicago,
giving the views of one Ansehno Morago,
who claims to have represented Chili at
the Pan-American conference, is the
utterance of a fraud. Morago, he says,
did not represent Chili, and has no re
lations with the Chilian legation or with
the Chilian representatives at the Pan-
THE HOUSE REPUBLICAN CAUCUS
BILL ORDERED REPORTED.
Bland Says It Is the Worst Bill Yet Pro
posed—He Will Offer His Free Coinage
Bill as a Counter Proposition.
Washington, April 25.—The House
committee on coinage, weights and
measures was today authorized, by a
strict party vote, to recommend the
Silver lull agreed upon in the caucus on
Wednesday night, in place of the modi
fled Windom Silver bill already reported
by the committee, when the latter is
taken up for consideration in the
During the session of the committee
Bland offered several amendments
which were rejected. The Democratic
members voted against the bill, because
it was a Republican caucus bill, and be
cause, as Bland said, it was the worst
bill from a silver standpoint that had
yet come before the committee. When
the substitute is offered in the House
Bland will present as a counter proposi
tif n his Free Coinage bill.
Petitions were presented in the Sen
ate today by Manderson, from citizens of
iSebraska, for the free coinage of silver,
and by Evarts, from 134 citizens of New
York city, for the same thing.
Ingalls presented a protest from citi
zens of Kansas against the passage of the
Windom Silver but.
PECULIARITY OF LA GRIPPE.
It Makes Sane People Crazy and Crazy
Boston, April 25. —A new phase of la
grippe's mysterious influence is just now
interesting the medical profession of
Massachusetts. Bad as it was in its
dreadful work, it has at the same time
wrought what seems a miracle at the
State insane hospital at Westboro. La
grippe swept through Westboro hos
pital, and, while some succumbed to its
ravages, seven not only recovered
their health, but their reason as
well. One female patient had been
in the hospital nine months. When
she became feverish her excited and in
coherent speeches left her, and she be
came rational. She was discharged as
recovered, and continues perfectly well.
This was her fifth attack of insanity.
The two preceding attacks had lasted
twenty-three and sixteen months each.
It appears possible that her mental
disease was cured by influenza. There
were six other recoveries due apparently
to the same cause.
WELCOMED TO TANGIER.
The Moors Received Consul Matthews
With Open Arms.
Tangier, April 25.—When Consul Mat
thews, the incoming United States rep
resentative, arrived here on board the
Alliance, a few days ago, he received a
remarkably cordial reception. Matthews
is an old resident in Tangier, and has
previously occupied the United States
consulate. His return, therefore, was
made the occasion of an ovation by the
many friends he made during his stay
Linden Park Races.
Linden Park, April 25. —Half mile—
Salisbury won, Blue Rock second, Hom
eopathy thirfl; time, 0 :50y 2 .
Six and a half furlongs—Kenwood
won, Architect second, Bessie K. third;
Mile and one-sixteenth —King Volt
won, Silleck second, Maggie V. filly
third; time, 1:53%.
Three-fourths mile —Young Duke won,
Glitter second, Esau third; time, 1:18%.
Five and one-half furlongs—Zulu won,
Moonstone second, Mattie Lorain third;
Mile —Sparling won, King Idle second,
Prodigal third ; time, I:47>£.
Five-eighths mile —Captain Wagner
won, Eclipse second, Terrifler third;
Should Bookstavar Be Impeached?
Albany, N. V., April 25. —The com
mittee to investigate Judge Bookstaver's
connection with the fraudulent Flack
divorce, in New York, made two reports
today. The majority find that the testi
mony is not sufficient to satisfy them
that Judge Bookstaver had guilty knowl
edge of conspiracy, or was merely crim
inally negligent in the discharge of his
duties. The others holds that he should
Thawed-Out Giant Powder.
Denver, April 25.—A Leadville special
says while a laborer employed on the
Rio Grande railway, near there, was
thawing out several sticks of giant
powder, an explosion occurred, which
threw several men some distance from
the works. One was killed, another
cannot live, and several others were
Use Siddall's Yeast Cakes.
WEST COAST NEWS.
More Chinese Cross Over
Some of Them Promptly Gath
ered in by the Officers.
Sarah Althea Terry Creates a Sen
sation at Fresno.
Horticulturalists Meet and Discuss Fruit
Prospects—The Pioneers Visit
Associated Press Dispatches. 1
San Diego, April 25.—General Coon
and a posse of ten constables had been
patrolling the frontier for three days,
watching a gang of Chinamen from
Lower California who made several at
tempts to cross. Last evening Coon
captured one white man and a wagon,
and later caught another white. Just
before daylight the Chinese made a rush
for United States soil. Several forded
the Tia Juana river; others rushed for
the hills. The officers captured six of
the Mongolians; the others are hidden
in the bush.
Soft-Rooted Fruits Seriously Damaged
by the Heavy Rains.
San Francisco, April 25. —At the meet
ing of the State Horticultural Society,
this afternoon, the subject of fruit pros
pects throughout the State was dis
cussed. It seemed to be the general
opinion that peaches, apricots, cherries,
and other soft-rooted fruits would be se
riously damaged by the heavy rains.
Leonard Coates read a paper on "Sum
mer Spraying of Deciduous Fruit Trees,"
and gave receipts for several washes for
An essay by Mr. Dwindle was read, in
which he took the ground that the pri
mary cause of "sour sap" was early rains
followed by warm weather. In this way
trees were kept soft when they should
J. A. Wilcox said in his opinion tlie
first thing necessary was to study the
sdil and ascertain how it should be
treated. All the lands in the Santa
Clara valley could not be treated the
same, and where hard pan lies compara
tively a few feet below the surface, it is
impossible to grow any and every kind
Other members discussed the subject
of "sour sap," and all agreed that the
only remedy was to cut the trees back.
"Cherries" and "The Marketing of
Small Fruits" were announced as the
subjects for the next meeting.
BLEW OUT THE GAS.
A Lad Dies of Gas Asphyxiation at San
San Francisco, April 25. — Patrick
Flynn, a young lad who was found in an
unconscious condition in the room of a
lodging-house, from gas asphyxiation,
Wednesday forenoon, died this morning
in the City Receiving Hospital. He did
not regain consciousness at any time,
and it was not known how he came to l>e
asphyxiated. The landlady of the lodg
ing-house denies that the asphyxiation
was due to the shutting off of the gas
meter, and gives it as her belief that
Flynn was not accustomed to gas and
blew out the light when he retired.
AGAIN ON THE RAMPAGE.
Mrs. Sarah Althea Terry Threatens to
Shoot an Attorney at Fresno.
Fresno, Cal., April 25—Mrs. Sarah
Althea Terry appeared in the office of C.
G. Sayie, administrator of Judge Terry's
estate this morning, and demanded
some money. Sayle said there was none
on hand belonging to the estate. She
then went into the adjoining office of
N. C. Caldwell, who is attorney for the
administrator. Caldwell ejected her,
but she returned and broke a window.
Sayle left the office, and she followed,
threatening to shoot him.
The Pioneers at Sacramento.
Sacramento, April 25.—The excursion
of New England pioneers arrived here
this morning. They were shown about
the city by tlie members of the Sacra
mento society. The visitors were taken
to the capitol and Sutter's Fort, and
were banqueted at Pioneer hall. Presi
dent Lawson and Mayor Comstock
briefly welcomed the guests, and replies
were made by President Thomes and
Secretary Whittemore. Speeches were
also made by Judge N. Greene Curtis
and Secretary of State W. C. Hendricks.
Napa Iron Ore.
Napa, Cal., April 25.—An iron mine
has recently been discovered in Capelle
valley, this county, and preparations
are being made by the parties interested
to work the mine. It is. expected that
operations will begin in a few days. The
ore will be hauled to Napa, then shipped
to San Francisco, where the iron will be
Convicted of Stage Robbery.
San Francisco, April 25.—Frank
Williams was convicted in the United
States District Court, today, of robbing
the Placerville stage some" months ago.
The penalty fixed by the law is impri
sonment for life. Sentence was deferred.
Pittston, Pa., April 25.—An Austrian
detective is scouring the coal regions in
search of George Xapolski, wanted at
Varans, Austria, for murdering a wealthy
German named Thud, his wife, two
daughters and two servants.
First Cherries ln Market.
San Francisco, April 25.—The first
cherries in the market were received
from Vacaville this morning.
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MARSTOH REMEDY CO., 19 Park Puce. Net York.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE
of California, in and for the county of Los
F. C. Howes, plaintiff, vs. W. B. Slaughter,
William Storm and Simon Maier, assignee in
insolvency of William Storm, an insolvent
debtor, and Los Angeles National Bank, a cor
Action brought in the Superior Court of the
State of California, in and for the county of
Los Angeles, and the complaint filed in said
county of Los Angeles, in the oflice of the clerk
of said Superior Court.
The people of the State of California send
W. B. Slaughter, William Storm and Simon
Maier, assignee in insolvency of William Storm,
an insolvent debtor, and Los Angeles National
Hank, a corporation.
You are hereby required to appear in an ac
tion brought against you by Farmers and Mer
chants Bank of Los Angeles, a corporation, in
the Superior Court of the State of California, in
and for Los Angeles county (above named
plaintiff. F. C. Howes, having "been substituted
as plaintiff instead ol said corporation), and to
answer the complaint filed therein, within ten
days (exclusive of the day of service), after the
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 $6,000, 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 $"»00.000, divided into five thousand shares
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 l f
[seal] C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk.
w t, >? y F ' B ' Fan ning. Deputy Clerk
W. P.[Gardtncr, attorney for plaintiff.
THE LOS ANGELES ELECTRIC COMPANY,
location of principal place of business, Gi v
of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State oi
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
Sayment is made before, will be sold on the 2d
ax of June, A. D. 1890, to pay the delinquent
assessment, together with costs of advertising
and expenses of sale.
W. R. BLACKMAN, Secretary,
Office 218 North Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
GEO. W. COOKE & CO.,
PAPER DEALERS AND BOOKBINDERS,
309 North Cos Angeles Street. .
LOS ANGELES, CAL. al-tf