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NEWS OF THE CAPITAL
MOW WASHINGTON INTELLIGENCE
IS HANDLED.
Walter Wellman Write* Entertainingly
About the Men Who Serve the Great
Telegraphic New* Press Associations at
the Seat of the Nation.
ISpecuU Correspondence. |
Washington, May 81.—Every intelli
gent reader of newspapers carefully
watches the Washington news. It is
under the Capital City date line that he
looks for intelligence concerning Ihe gov
ernment, the proceedings of congress
and the doings and sayings of public
men. Whence comes this Washington
news? A large part of it is sent ont by
concerns known as press associations.
There are three of these news gather
ing machines—the Associated Press, the
United Press and the Press News asso
ciation. The first named is really a com
bination of three associations —the New
York, the Western and the Southern As
sociated Press. So valuable is member
ship in this association in some cities
that $250,000 is often named as the price
of a franchise. Membership in the
United Press is nearly as valuable. A
few years ago there waa but one press
association.
Now the United Press is as large and
powerful as the Associated Press was a
decade or so ago, and the Press News
association, though young, is rapidly
growing. ■ The press associations employ
scores of men in Washington. Every
possible source of information is covered
by a man specially or regularly assigned
thereto.
C. A. BOTNTO.V 1. j. WILDER. E. 11. HOOD.
D. R M'KXB.
A. J. CLARKE. C. B. HERII.UT.
ASSOCIATED PRESS.
These men, w T orking year after year in
one field, soon become-specialists. They
know every trick and turn of govern
mental affairs.
For instance, there is Mr. A. J. Clarke,
of the Associated Press. For a dozen
years his have been the eyes and ears
through which millions of readers all
over the world have seen and heard
what was going on in the treasury, war,
state, navy and other departments, nnd
at the executive mansion. He has had
the friendship of every president since
he took the assignment, and at the same
time has earned the praise of his supe
riors. He could not have done this
without extraordinary tact and rare
good judgment. What is here said of
Mr. Clarke, who has just returned from
the Pacific coast tour as a guest of the
president, is true of others. Jerome J
Wilber, a bright newspaper man from
Denver, is a specialist in the interior and
postoffice departments and the census
office.
C. H. Merillat, who came into the As
sociated Press service a few years ago as
an office boy, is now one of the most
efficient men on the staff. Readers who
want to see some of his work should look
at the supreme court reports, which
have been so admirable and accurate as
to elicit praise from Chief Justice Fuller
and one or two of his associates —note-
P. V. Ol OKAW.
JHCHARD OULAHAN. JOHN BOYLE.
UNITED PRESS.
worthy feats in view of the fact that no
scribe dare use pencil aud paper in tbe
presence of the august court.
Two other types of the department
specialist are John Boyle and Richard
Oulahan, of the United Press. Prob
ably Boyle could take Secretary Foster's
desk and manage the affairs of the treas
ury department, or make a success in
«ny other cabinet post in the down town
departments, so familiar is he with the
methods and the men, the history and
traditions of Uncle Sam's somewhat
complex executive organization. Dick
Oulahan, one of the younger newspaper
men, knows every nook and cranny of
the big Capitol, and almost all the men,
of whatever station or importance, who
infest it.
Mr. Oulahan has charge of the Capitol
for the United Press and E. M. Hood for
the Associated Press. This is a position
requiring ability, judgment, discretion.
There are 400 statesmen and countless
measures to watch. A score of com
mittees, perhaps, meet in one day, with
their deliberations more or less secret.
The proceedings of the two houses must
be carefully watched, as at the first sign
of "an incident" or sensation all the re
sources of thn staff must be employed,
without the loss of a second's time, in re
porting it.
So important is the work at the Capitol
that the Associated Press keeps there a
half dozen men. Hood, the chief, came
into the service as a messenger boy, and
was appointed to this post on the resig
nation of A. J. Halford —now a newspa
per publisher in Youngstown, O.—a few
months ago. Halford had as firm a grip
on the affairs of the big building as any
man could have, but his successor doea
not suffer by comparison. Hood excels
as a descriptive writer, and thousands of
men and women who read this letter
will be glad to be introduced to him as
the writer of the brilliant account of
President Harrison's inauguration sent
out by the Associated Press.
Henry Hayes and Charles Hayes, fa
ther and son, are the Press Association
representatives on the floor of the senate
and house respectively. They sit near
the clerks, in front of the vice president
and the speaker, and report the proceed-
CHARLES HAVES, HOUSE REPORTER.
ings. How delicate their task is the
reader will understand when told that
they are expected to put in 1,000 or
1,200 or sometimes 1,500 words all that
is bright, important or interesting in a
whole day's grinding of the legislative
mill. Next winter, when you read the
telegraphed proceedings of the senate or
house, remember that one of the Hayeses
watched and listened for you six or eight
hours without rest, probably taking down
in shorthand six or eight thousand words,
and finally "boiling" this down to 1,500
that over your breakfast coffee you may
learn what congress is doing. ,
There are many other men connected
with the press associations in Washing
ton about whom I would like to write —
the men who laboriously and patiently
winnow the wheat from the chaff; but
1 must say a little something of th»
managers and office men. D. R. Mc,
Kee, agent of the Associated Press, is
one of the best known newspaper men
in the capitcl. He enjoys a princely
salary, owns oue of the finest houses in
the aristocratic section, has as his inti
mate friends the leading men of the day,
and is "in" high society; but he deserve?
it all, for he worked his way up. Twen
ty years ago he was a reporter in Cali
fornia. Then he came here as assistant
to "Father" Gobright, the first system
atic news gatherer the Capitol had. Mc
Kee is almost an ideal manager; he car,
plan a campaign and then see that it is
executed. His eye is on everything and
everybody.
C. A. Boynton, agent of the Western
Associated Press, has been twenty-one
years in the serv
ice. He is one
of those efficient,
never failing, re
sourceful work
ers who are con-
tent to do every
thing and let
some one else
have the credit
for it. He is never
so happy as when
saying a good
word for an asso-
date or helping
some young man
on a rough road. It is his pride that
he has been a newspaper man a quarter
of a century and has no enemy in the
profession.
P. V. DeGraw, Washington manager
of the United Press, is noted for his effi
ciency in the work of that great concern,
for his handsome face, his popularity
and his rare good nature. He graduated
into journalism from the telegraphic
desk. Years ago he was a lightning
operator, his record of 490 words in ten
minutes long standing unequaled. He
knows all the prominent public men,
and as a news gatherer and news man
ager has a remarkable record.
W. W. Burhans, night manager, is a
newspaper man of the good old school.
As telegrapher, reporter, correspondent
and news editor he has been a close ob
server of men and affairs at the capital
for twenty years. Grant, Hayes, Gar
field, Arthur and Cleveland have come
and gone, and with all their attendant
sensations and tragedies, in Burhans'
time. He has seen so much, written so
much, edited so much that his conscious
ness has become calloused; news of the
death of a president or the falling of the
Washington monument would not ac
celerate his pulse a beat a minute or
cause a shadow of change in his strong
face.
O. P. Austin, manager of the Press
News.is a phenomenal newspaper worker.
The Associated Press employs in winter
thirty men, including operators, and the
United Press fifteen or twenty. Austin
covers the same field •with two or three
young assistants. He is practically the
Press News bureau all by himself—he
and his bicycle. He sknrries from de-
O. P. AUSTIN, PRESS NEWS HUSTLER.
partment to department, sees everybody,
knows everything, misses nothing. State
department, White House, treasury, post
office, census office, interior department,
railway commission, house, senate, su
preme court are nothing for him to cover
in three or four hours. He can gather
and write more news than any other
worker here. Walter Wellman.
Well Merited PraUe.
In almost every neighborhood there
is some one or more persons whose lives
have been saved by Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, or who
have been cured of chronic diarrh«:a by
it. Such persons take special pleasure
in recommending the remedy to others.
The praise that follows the introduction
and use makes it very popular. 25 and
50 cent bottles for sale by C. F. Heinze
man, 222 North Main street.
Julius Wolter's Establishment.
Among the very best and most skilled watch
makers and manufacturing jewelers is Julius
Wolter. at 122 South Main street. He is a
pioneer in the business, and so well known is
his ability that the most delicate and compli
cated cases are placed in his shop.
The New Era,
No. 6 Conrt street. Fine wines and liquors of
all kinds. Ed Wenger, proprietor.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 17. 1891.
J
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count of enormous increase in special practice
in Southern California Dr. Liebig & Co., San
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Dr. Liebig & Co., proprietors of the Liebig
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Patients out of Los Angeles treated by corres
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IMPORTANT TO LADIES.
The lady surgeon of the Liebig World Dispen
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also personally perform all surgical operations
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at 123 South Main street. Los Angeles, Cal.
SUMMONS.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
State of California, in and for the ceunty of
Los Angeles.
Miguel Errecart, Plaintiff 1 ,, vs. William Nas
sen, defendant.
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 office of the clerk of said
superior court.
The people of the state of California send
greeting to William Nassen, defendant.
You are hereby required to appear in an ac
tion bl ought against you by the above named
plaintiH in the superior court of the state of
California, in and for Los Angeles county, and
toanswerthe complaint filed therein, within
ten days (exclusive of tbe 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
said complaint.
The said action is brought to recover the sum
of thirteen (11300) hundred dollars, with in
terest thereon from the day of June, 1889,
at the rate of 1 per cent, per month, due from
defendant to plaintiff' upon a certain promis
sory note set out and described in the com
plaint filed in this case, to which reference is
here made, and also far accruing interest, be
sides costs of suit and 5 per cent, additional
on principal us attorney's fees in this action,
and for costs of suit. Reference is had to com-.
plaint for particulars.
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 do
fault to be entered and will take judgment
against you for said sum of thirteen (?130()V
hundred dollars, interest as aforesaid, and
costs of suit.
Given under my hand and the seal of tho supe
rior courtof the stite of California, in and for
the county of Los Angeles, this 3d day of Decem
ber, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and ninety.
I Seal
J. M. MEREDITH, Clerk.
ByC. W. LOCKIIART, Deputy.
4-1 Wed i>t
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
LOSI OS ANGELES AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
j Company—Location of principal place of
business, Los Angeles city, California.
Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of
the Board of Directors held on the 13th day of
June, 1891, an assessment of five dollars per
share was levied upon tbe capital stock ißSued
of the corporation, payable immediately to
the secretary- at his office in S. W. Luitwieler's
building, on* the northeast corner of Requena
and Los Angeles streets, Los Angeles, California
All stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid oil the 15th day of Jnly, 1891,
Bhall become delinquent on that day, and all
stock upon which said delinquent assessment
shall not be paid op or before the Ist day of
August, 1891, shall be on that day sold (or so
much thereof as necessary) for the purpose of
collecting the delinquent assessment, toge'her
with cost of advertising and expenses of sale.
By order of the Board of Dtrectors.
6-i4 td F. E. FRANTZ, Secretary.
THAT HACKING COUGH can be quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it For
sale by Heinzeman, 222 V. Main, or Trout,
Sixth and Broadway.
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CALIFORNIA SEWER PIPEJ COM
PANY.
lOCATION OF PRINCIPAL PLACE OF
j business, city of Los Angeles, county of
Los Angeles, State of California.
Notice: There is delinquent upon tbefollow
lng described stock, on account of assessment
No. 3. levied on the 10th day of April, 1891, by
the California Sewer Pipe Company, the follow
ing amounts set opposite the names of the res
pective shareholders, as. follows:
Names of No. of No. of
Stockholders. Certifle'e. Shares. Amount.
C.A.Buckley 93 50 $1,000 00
Henry Schwartz 26 50 1,000 00
Alfred Todhunter 101 5 100 00
Alfred Todhunter 126 10 200 00
Alfred Todhunter 128 5 100 oo
John P. Moran 11 20 400 00
JohnP.Moran 15 30 tiOO 00
John P. Moran 84 19 380 00
JohnP.Moran 94 25 500(H)
JohnP.Moran 95 5 100 00
JohnP.Moran lit! 50 1,000 00
JohnP.Moran 117 50 1,000 OO
H. C. Witmer 90 100 2,000 00
H. C. Witmer 97 50 1,000 00
Mrs.KlizabethM.Ketch
am 119 35 500 00
And In accordance with the law and an order
of the board of directors of the California Sewer
Pipe Company, made at a meeting thereof held
on the 10th day of April, 1891, so many shares
of each parcel of said stock as may be necessary
will be sold, at the office of said company, No.
248 South Broadway, In the city of Los Angeles,
county of Los Angeles, State of California, on
Monday, the Sth day of June 189 1, at 10
o'clock a. m., to pay such delinquent assess
ments thereon, together with costs of advertis
ing and expenses of sale.
May 21. 1891. S. H. MOTT,
Secretary of the California Sewer Pipe Cony
pany, No. 248 South Broadway, city "f t.os
Angeles, county of Los Angeles, Stale of Ca i
fornia.
Notice is hereby given: That by an order of
the Board of Directors of tbe California Sewer
Pipe Company passed at a meeting thereof held
on Monday, the Sth day of Jane, 1801, and
duly entered in the minutes of said mcetiuu.
the time for the sale of the stock mentioned in
the foregoing notice was extended to Saturday,
the 20th day of June, 1891, alio o'clock a. ni.,
at which time said sale will be mader at tlr*
place mentioned in the foregoing notice of
Dated June 8, S. H MOTT,
Secretary of the California Sewer Pipe Coin
pany. No. 248 South Broadway, city of Los
Angeles, county of Los Angeles, State of Cali
fornia. 6-9 td
NOTICE OF SALE.
NOTICE- IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
the 18th day of June, 1891, at 2 o'clock
p. m. of said day, seymour & Johnson Com
pany (a corporat'on) will sell, at public auction,
to the highest bidder for cash, at the office and
salesroom of Matlock & Reed, No. 150 South
Broadway, comer of Second street, in the city
of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, state of
California, one certain certificate of stock num
bered 561, issued by the Ventura Oil ConiDany,
a corporation, representing five hundred shares
of the capital stock of said Ventura Oil Com
pany, each share of the par value of five
dollars, the above descrii ed slock having been
pledged to said Seymour & Johnson Company
to secure the payment of an account of R. 11.
Peebles amounting to seventy-one and 02-100
dollars, due and payable on the first day of
October, 1890, with a credit on the same of
a payment />f five dollars made on the seven
teenth day of March. 1891, and also for the
cash paid on certain assessments on said stock
of date 3 and payments as follows to wit:
on the thirtieth day of October, IS9O, 25
dollars.
On the tenth day of December, 1890, 12%
dollars.
On the tenth day of February, 1801, 25
dollars.
On the thirteenth day of April, 1891, 50
dollars.
said stock will be sold at said time and plice
to realize the amount due for which said stock
is liable aud pledged, and the cost of advertis
ing and sale, or such largest amount thereof
that said sale to the highest bidder will realize.
SEYMOUR & JOHNSON COMPANY,
6-5 td Pledgee.
CERTIFICATE OF PARTNERSHIP.
WE CERTIFY THAT WE CONSTITUTE A
partnership, transacting business at the
city of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles,
state of California, under the firm name and
style of the American Fishing Co.
The full names and respective places of resi
dence of all its members are (Lined hereto.
Hated Los Angeles, Cal., May 19. ls:>l.
J. L DkJARNAIT. Los Angeles, Cal.
V. DOL, Los Angele», Cal.
State or California, j ,
County of Los Angeles.)
On this 19th day of May, In the year one
thousand eight hundred and ninety one, be
fore me, Friend E. Lacey, a Notary Public in
and for said county, residingtlierein.dtily com
missioned and s»orn, personally appeared J.
L. DeJarnatt and Victor Dol. known to me to
be the same persons described in, whose names
are subscribed to, and who executed the an
nexed instrument and acknowledged to me
that they executed the same.
In witness whereof, 1 have hereunto set mv
hand and affixed mv official seal, the day and
year in this certificate first above written.
fsEAL.I FRIEND E. LACEY, Notary Public.
5-20-weds 5t
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Los Angeles & Pacific Railway company; lo
cation of principal place of business, Los An
geles city, California
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of
the board of directors held on the 16th day of
May, 1891, an assessment of five dollars per
share was levied upon the capital stock issued
of the corporation, payable immediately to the
secretary at his office in 8. W. Lvi tweiler's
building, on the northeast corner of Requena
and Los Angeles streets, Los Angeles, Califor
nia.
All stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the 20th day of June, 1891,
shall become delinquent on that day, and all
stock upon which said delinquent assessment
shall not be paid on or before the 10th day of
July, 1891, shall be on that day sold (or so
much thereof as necessary) for the purpose of
collecting the delinquent assessment, together
with costof advertising and expenses of sale.
By order of the board of dtrectors.
5.19.ta F. K. Frantz, Secretary.
BONDS FOR SALE.
TN PURSUANCE TO A RESOLUTfON
1 passed by the directors of the Perris Irriga
tion district, at its June meeting, notice is
hereby given that sealed proposals will be re
ceived by said board at their office in Perris,
San Diego county, Cal .up to 10 o'clock a.m.,
July 7,1891, tor the purchase of its bonds to
the amount of one hundred thousand dollars.
For further lnformatiou address or call on H.
A. Plimpton, Secretary, Perris, Cal , or J W.
Nance. Palace Hotel, San Francisco.
By order of the Board of Directors Perris
Irrigation District.
m HA. PLIMPTON, Secretary.
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jul tf
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President. Secretary.
W. A. DRISCOLL,
Vice President and Treasurer.
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350 East First Street.
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pany, No. 151 South Hroadwav, until Wednes
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Broadway, between clxth and Seventh streets,
according to plans and specifications on file in
said office, on and after Monday, noon, June
15,1891.
Separate bids will be received for plumbing.
Party reserves the right to reject any or all
bids.
6-14 4t JOSEPH GILBERT.
FOR SUMMER!
OF ALL KINDS!
Fresh from the Water.
RECEIVED MORNING and EVENING.
SPRING CHICKENS!
Young: Domestic Ducks, THrkejs,
Lobsters, Mussels, Crabs,
.Shrimps, Oysters.
LOS ANGELES FISHING CO.,
Mott Market; Branch, Broadway Market.
Wholesale and Retell Dealers and Shippers
THE BEST IS CHEAPEST.
VERM SANTA~COU(iH SYRUP,
A sure cure for Bronchitis and Catarrh.
YERBA SANTA BLOOD PURIFIER
Will cleanse the blood and regulate your
system.
YBRHA SANTA HALVE will heal and cure
any sores, cuts or bruises, sold by all druggists.
J. MARX A. CO., Sole Proprietors
and Mfrs, 4M So Spring St., Los Angeles.
F. W. 11KAUN, Wholesale Agent.
Uuarai toe Cure* for Uenorabfltte, Chronic duct, lbin
n i;; t ' 311 ii'tiiicsund Lucorrhuiaol long stand.
: positivclvcui-eii from 6t014 days, SoldbvDriig.
Mf'Uonlv I' MII TIIKKXCALII'ORN'
HA lit: Kit ( it., !.<>* AilKClcn. 4»1.. 11.M.A.
fiic-c, iv. P. O. Box 56
F. W. DRAIIN & CO.,
5-24-3 m Wholesale Agents
WAGON MATERIAL,
HARD WOODS,
IRON. ST E E L
Horseshoes and Nails,
Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Etc.
JOHN WIOMOHK.
117 and 11U Mouth Los Angeles Btren
lul tf
Naud's Warehouse,
GRAIN, WOOL.,
—AND— ,
General Merchandise Warehouse.
ADVANCES MADE ON WOOL. mlVi tf
E. FLEUR,
Wholesale Wine and Liquor Merchant
404 and 406 N. Los Angeles St.
Telephone 224.
Family trade supplied. Goods deli vered loany
part of the city freo of charge. Orders tor the
country promptly attended to. Agency and depot
of Uncle Sam's wine vaults at Napa City, Cal.
12-31 ly
TENTS-,'
AWNINC-S, FLAGS, TRUCK. RAY AN«
WAGON COVERS.
A.W. SNA/AN FELDT,
11.1 K. Second Street.
Take Notice—l have removed from No. 202
East Second. 4-7-Um
UNITED STATES STABLE,
PETER CLOB, Proprietor.
Horses, Carriages and Saddle Horses To Let
All Kinds of Horses Bought and Sold.
Horses Boarded by the Day, Week or Montlh
Telephone 255.
N0.295 Flower street, Los Angeles, Cat
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