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A CLUB TO TRUMP A HART.
The Cudgel Was Figured by Mayor Hazard's Logic. The State Attorney-General Appears in a Bad Light. Be Fall* to Explain His Uncalled-For Interference ln Local Affaire—Bl* Peculiar Keplle* to the Mayor'! Question*. If ever there was a man who, having had greatnesß suddenly thrust upon him, and a greatness for which he was in no wise responsible, that man is At torney-General Hart, whose christian name ia supposed to be that of the hero of Tippecanoe, who bequeathed his hat to the present chief magistrate of the United States. Don't suppose for a mo ment, however, that any heir-loom sombrero would fit the legal officer of Governor Markham's cabinet. Not a bit of It. The. bell-teazer of Thomas Jefferson would not suffice nor would the shako of Yon Moltke make a smoking cap for him. He really has got A BAD CASK OF ENLARGED CABEZA. By way of showing what a fool Benja min Franklin was, in adopting as his motto the four little words, "mind your own business," the attorney-general, on Monday, addressed to the mayor and city council, a letter, in which he in formed them that the issue of the $395, --009 of oity bonds for sewer building pur poses, waß wholly illegal, and warning them of the possibility of an injunction suit to restrain their issuance. The letter had about as much effect as a shower bath upon the dorsal feath ers of a full-grown Muscovy drake, for the council immediately passed the or dinance selling the bonds to Messrs. Blair A Co., of New York, who are among the leading financiers of Wall street, and employ the ablest lawyers in America to advise them with reference to investments of a like nature to the one in question. There could be no doubt but Blair & Cos. attorney had sufficiently apprised them of the consti tutionality of this issue of bonds, which they had bid off at a figure which has advertised our city all over tbe conti nent. AN UNWARRANTABLE INTERFERENCE. F The mayor, city attorney and council alike viewed this letter as an imperti nent proceeding, notwithstanding the high office of the writer. And the con sequence was that, on Tuesday morn ing, tbe mayor and city attorney ad dressed the following joint letter to the attorney-general: Los Angeles, Oct. 18, 1892. Hon. W. 11. H. Hart, Attorney-General; Str—Your communication of the 17th, addressed to the city council, in reference to the $395,000 outfall sewer bonds, was by that body referred to ua. All of the proceedinga in reference to the issuing of said bonds are in the rec ords of the city, in the city hall, and are open to your inspection; and we would be pleased to meet you at any time at our offices in the city hall, and to give you any information you may desire upon the subject. Very respectfully, Henry T. Hazard, Mayor. ' O. McFarland, Oity Attorney. Neither one of the two municipal offi cers whose signatures are appended tc the above letter ever dreamed of such a thing as the attorney-general's calling on the mayor after being subjected to such a snub as the above letter con tained. But, about 11:30 yesterday morning, in he walked, and the city at torney sent for Mayor Hazard, and the matter waa discussed in tbe city at torney's office, in a manner more spirited than deferential. THE POWER BEHIND THE THRONE. Nobody believed for a moment that the attorney-general had done thia thing of his own volition. Here he was, over 500 miles from his official desk, and interfering, without any apparent solici tation, in a municipal matter which was of the most vital import to the sanitary well-being of a large and rapidly grow ing city. With a very defective sewer age system, and the possibility of a visit from the Asiatic cholera in the early spring, there could be no doubt that every day of delay in the com pletion of this work was a day wasted. And hence the best wish ers of our city wero anxious to see the sewer completed aa early aa possible; and therefore the city officials could only regard thia proceeding aa arbitrary and unwarrantable. So the conversa tion opened something like this: "I am somewhat astonished, general," began Mayor Hazard, "that you should have made a matter of this importance the subject of a gratuitous attack, which yon have done unadvisedly, as you ad mit. What waa tbe motive for such. a course on your part?" AN EVASIVE ANSWER GIVEN. The attorney general cleared hia throat of an overnight cobweb or two and then replied that he had written the letter upon information received from a lead ing citizen of this place. "Will you kindly favor me with hia name?" asked the mayor. "No sir, it is not the custom of my office to divulge the informant's name. And, by the way, where was the neces sity of your giving publicity to my letter concerning the illegality of these bonds ?" was Mr. Hart's reply. "Simply because it does not pay us to conceal anything," replied the mayor. "The same secrecy which hedges about a portable attorney general's office, which you are carrying in your breechea pocket from one end of the state to the other, in refusing to give ub the name of tbia outraged citizen, does not apply to the administration of affairs in Loa An geles. What would have been said of our council and myself if, with such a letter as yours lying in my desk, we had gone to work and contracted a debt of $395,000?" All of a sudden the attorney general began to realize that he was getting very red in the face. The mayor continued: "Men would have asked where is thia letter that I dare not show? My word for it, sir, your letter then would have accom plished the very purpose for which it was written—and the fear on our part of disclosing it would have resulted in the injury of our credit abroad." PLACED UPON THE DEFENSIVE. The attorney general felt positively uncomfortable. Here be was, the lead ing prosecutor of the entire state, oc cupying the position of a counsel for de fense, with himself bb the defendant. Once having gained his advantage, the mayor did not propose to relax his grip. Seeing that the general did not attempt to parry hie home thruat, he resumed: "You don't mean to say, general, that LOS ANGELES HERALD THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1892. any private individual,to farther his own interest, has put up the money necessary to undertake these proceedings against the city?" "Well," stammered General Hart, "I want you to understand that they cost no money, co far as I am concerned." The mayor was not content to let the matter drop here, however. "Surely there is some motive, gen eral, for this singular procedure—some motive beyond the issue of these bonds and the protection of some property holders' interest; and having its credit assailed in this manner, the city ought to be apprised of such action, Its offi cials ought to know on whose complaint you have seen fit to do as you have done." The attorney general's reply was as vapid as most of his official acta, save tbat be affected ignorance of the underly ing motive aside from stopping the sale of the bonds. He said: "You will know who the man is when the case comes into court." "In most of such cases," said the mayor, drily,"the plaintiff is generally a figure-head." "Yes," added Mr. McFarland, "in such cases he is seldom, if ever the real party in interest; and the suit might be on trial for a year and not then disclose his identity." THE DEUS EX MACUINA. When further questioned upon the matter, the general admitted he had conversed with Col. J. H. Woodward. He said that the subject was one of gen eral discussion. "Haven't you discussed this matter with Mr. Stephen H. Mott or hia broth er?" asked the mayor. "N-no; I scarcely know him, and we have had no conversation about it." [Right here tbe Herald is compelled to ask a stay of proceedings. Mr. Nick ell, councilman from the First ward, says tbat General Hart told him that the information upon which he based bis letter to the mayor and council was received from Mr. S. H. Mott, so it be comes a question of veracity between Mr. Nickeli and the legal officer of tbe Btate cabinet; and so far as tbe people of Los Angeles, who have known Mr. Nickeli long aud favorably, are con cerned, the burden of proof reata upon tbe attorney-general.J "la it not a trifle singular," resumed the mayor, "that you, aa attorney-gener al of this state, should use your official position to declare illegal an issue of bonds, when our people are so in need of an outfall eewer as a sanitary meas ure?" HOW HE PUT HIS FOOT IN IT. "My letter has not declared that," re torted the general, testily. "I did not say the bonds were illegal, and your saying that shows you have not read it through." The mayor admitted he was dumb founded at the receipt of the letter, and did not give it as mature perusal as be would have done had be been less sur prised, but insisted that the letter did, in so many words, declare the issue of bonds to be illegal. "You should remember, general," said Mayor Hazard very calmly, "that our people have been at great expense to construct miles upon miles of an in ternal sewer system, and tbat, too, at a time when money was none too plenty, to provide for proper local drainage. This has coat half a million dollars, and these sewers now lie unused for want of an outfall connection, while our people are clamoring for one. What could your motive have been?" "You cannot cay I declared the bonds illegal," snapped Mr. Hart. THE LETTER READ. The mayor looked at the city attorney for a moment, and then said quietly: "Charley, hand me that paper." Mr. McFarland passed the paper con taining the letter over to the mayor, who handed it to the general. The latter gentleman then read it over slowly, and eaid that he waa sorry ; and further ad mitted that be did not know that hia letter had declared the bonda to be ille gal. Heßaid: "If this is the manner in which you treat my endeavors in your behalf, I might as well proceed with the suit." Mr. McFarland then inquired if he, in hi« official capacity, waa inclined to pre cipitate litigation, involving great issues of law law like this, on account of per sonal spite. The general replied that he was "not that kind of man," and took from the city attorney and mayor a memorandum of the various evila likely to accrue to the city from delays in the completion of a work so essential to the health of the city aa the outfall sewer. He then promised them that, before any action wae taken in the matter, they Bhould be duly apprised of the same by him. The interview, which had lasted about 50 minutes, then came to'an end. BOYS IN TROUBLE. They Stole From Cayuse Meyerg's Sheep Ranch. Constable Frank Deftly, of Rivera township, yesterday brought to the county jail Marcus Shinn, Houston Kline and Lewis Turner, who had been convicted on the previous day in Justice Paulß. Conant's court.of larceny. Kline, a boy of 15 years, was sentenced to three yeara in the Whittier reform school; Lewis Turner, to 200 days in the county jail, and Marcus Shinn. who had turned state's evidence, to 20 days in tbe county jail. The two former appealed, giving $250 bail each. The prisoners are charged with steal ing hides, blankets, clothing, etc., from the sheep ranch of "Cayuse" Meyers, near Old Los Nietos. A series of larce nies had been committed, covering a period of several weeks, and the matter waa stated to Constable Deftly, who learned that come of the plunder had been brought to Los Angelea and sold, and when some of the etolen clothing wae traced to the house of a well-known character near Norwalk, there waa evi dence of tbe clothing having been burned. Constable Deftly traced the men to Ventura, where they were arrested last Saturday and taken back to Rivera for trial. Keep Off' the Enemy. 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Drink John Wieland or Fredericksburg lager beer, on tap at all flrst-oiuss places. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. PURE HEALTHFUL REFRESHING AGREEABLE Apollinaris "THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS." " Its long - continued and world - wide use attests its merit." NEW YORK MEDICAL JOURNAL, February 13th, i&yi. FIGUEROA STREET PAVEMENT. It Bobs Up in a Case in the Su preme Court. Postmaster Reed on Trial Charged With Embezzlement. Yesterday's Happenings ln the Courts. The Baker Damage Suit—Court Notes — New Cases Filed. The supreme court in bank yesterday made a somewhat unusual order in dis missing the appeal in the caae of Dorn and McKee against J. F. Crank, receiver of the Pacific Cable Railroad company of this city. By the order the court anticipates a possible refusal by Judge W. P. Wade, of the superior court, to grant the inter veners, Dorn and McKee, a hearing upon the question which induced them to appeal to the supreme court. The question brought up by Dorn and McKee, bondholders, of the cable com pany, before Judge Wade, was whether or not he should hold receivers' certifi cates issued to pay for the paving in tbe company's tracks, on Figueroa Btreet, subject to the lien of the bondholders. Receiver Crank petitioned Judge Wade to be allowed to let a contract for the paving, and issue receivers' certificates therelor. Dorn and McKee intervened, and moved that theee certificates should be declared subordinate and subsequent to th lien created by the trust deed, and the court denied the motion, where upon they appealed, and last week the supreme conrt rendered a decision, which, in effect, was that the appeal wbb premature. The order made yesterday, which was by Justice Paterson, Justices Harrison, Garoutte, McFarland and Sharpstein, concurring, was aB follows: "In a recent decision in this case we held that the application for a superse deas was premature, and upon that ground denied the motion. "Tbe correctness of the decision is conceded, and appellants consent that the appeal from the order may be dis missed, but are apprehensive that the court below may again refuse to give them a hearing, and deny their right to be beard in opposition to the issuance of receiver's certificates. We are asked, therefore, to so direct the court that they may be heard on the merita ofjany objection which they may make to fur ther proceedinga in the matter. "We do not deem it necesaary to make any order, except to dismiss the appeal; but, to prevent- any misunderstanding, it may be well to state tbat the inter veners are entitled to a hearing in the court below on the question whether re ceiver's certificates should be issued to pay for the proposed work. The motion to dismiss the appeal is granted." ROUTINE PROCEEDINGS. In department one, the judgment of the court below in tbe case of Miller et al. vs. Miller et a]., wae affirmed in a short opinion by Justice Garoutte, Jus tices Paterson and Harriaon concurring. The action was to quiet tbe title to cer tain land, based upon a tax title. Tbe cases of Hicks vs. Folka, San Diego Flume company ye. Chaae, and eetate of Argella ye. Stockton, etc , were ordered submitted upon briefe on file. In the caee of McConoughey vs. the city of San Diego, there were arguments Dy O. H. McConoughey for the appel lant and W, H. Fuller for respondent, and the cause was submitted. The cases of Grossman vs. Lesher and Grossman vs. Kennedy were argued by Bledsoe for appellant and Gregg for res pondent, and submitted. In department two the case of Mc- Donald vs. Drew et al., San Bernardino National bank va, Anderson et al., Scarf vb. Aldrich, Wilkes ye Tibbetta et al., were submitted upon briefs on file. The case of the Southern California railway company et al. vs. tbe Southern Pacific railway company wbb continued to be submitted pursuant to rule 3, pro viding for submission of printed points and authorities on file. The case of Roebling Bros. & Co. vs. the Bear Valley Irrigation company was argued by G. E Lapbam for appellant and Z. G. Peck for respondent, and sub mitted. The case of Warner vs. Warner was argued by H. C. Rolfe for appellant and submitted. MONEY ORDER FUNDS. Trial of.Postmaster Keed Charged With Kinbezzlement. The trial of Albert 8. Reed in the United States district court, under an indictment charging him with the em bezzlement of money order funds while postmaster at Carpentaria, took place yesterday, and lasted all day. There were quite a number of witnesses on both sides. The defendant was repre sented by M. E C. Munday, and the government by District Attorney Allen. The jury empaneled was as follows: Aaron Mason, Wm. H. Rorick, James 0. Hanna, Jacob Barringer, James F. Fos mir, A. B. Chapman, John S. Ward, Frank W. Sabichi, Elisha K. Green, George R. Shatto, Jabez Percival and Jos. A. Donato. The defendant was accused of taking $130 of the postoffice funds for bis own use, and the government had no diffi culty in showing that the money bad been taken. Reed, however, attempted to show tbat a deputy be had at the time, September 1891, Charles Curtis, waß the real violator of the law. Also, that as soon as he ascertained the short age, he telegraphed for a postoffice in- Posta&aster Foster of Lubee, He., writes that after the Grip, Hood's Sarsaparilla brought him out ol a feenle, uervouteondition, into complete strength and health. Hood's Pills have won high praise for their prompt and efficient yet easy action. tp'ctor and paid back the money him self. Curtis was tried on the charge some time ago and acquitted. The tes timony yesterday was to the effect that the deputy had immoral habits, and led a fast life, making it necessary for him to add dishonesty to the small salary he earned to keep up the expenses he was under. The case was given to the jnrv about 3 o'clock in the afternoon, and at a late hour they bad been unable to agree upon a verdict. The Baker Damage Suit. A 11*5 DBH.r oun. The trial of Mra. Baker'a $55,705.26 damage euit againet the Southern Cali fornia Railroad company for damages to the Laguna ranch by the floods of 1889, waa resumed before Judge Van Dyke yesterday morning. After the introduc tion of some documentary evidence, the plaintiff closed, and the introduction of testimony for the defence was begun. Tbis consisted, first, of the introduc tion of several documents by Judge Brunson, including a copy of the patent to tbe Laguna ranch from the govern ment, a deed of the city of Loa Angelea to the California Central Railway com pany, dated April 13, 1888, for iand for right of way, the conaideration being that the road should build a levee along the west bank of the river, from Macy street to a line south of First street, ac cording to specifications approved by the city surveyor; ah ordi nance approved by the city council December 22, 1886, providing for the construction of the levee by the River side, Santa Ana and Lob Angeies rail way company, afterwards taken in by the Southern California company; an ordinance approved March 2, 1887, changing the official bed of the river ac cording to Fred Eaton's survey, and a copy of a motion by Councilman Collins to adopt the recommendation of the board of public works, accepting the levee. Ex City Engineer Fred Eaton was ex amined at come length about the history of the lovee construction and changing of the official bed of the river, and al most all the remainder of the day was taken up in the examination of Charles W. Sanders, an engineer of the railroad company, in regard to the lines of the levee construction, lay of the land and the causes of the break below the levee, from the railroad company's stand point. As far as developed, the company's defense to tbe euit will be tbat it had a right to protect its property, owning the land up to the levee, and that it is not liable for any damage tbat accrued. The trial will be resumed this morning. Judge Shaw Declines. A habeae corpus proceeding was heard before Judge Shaw yesterday afternoon, out of tbe usual order. Justice of the Peace Newell, of Calabasas, issued a complaint against C. L. Van Sciever, of this city, charging him with battery. Yesterday morning Van Sciever was ar rested Justice Newell happening to be in town, Van Sciever applied to him to fix his bail, but tbe justice refused to do go. An application was then made to Judge Shaw by habeas corpus. He heard the testimony and declined to in terfere, stating tbat the bail could be fixed aa soon aa they reached Calabasas. ♦ Federal Supervisors. United States, Circuit Judge J. Mc- Kenna yeaterday appointed Judge Roae, of the district court, to open the circuit co urt for the appointment of federal su pervisors of the ensuing general election, in accordance with the United States statutes, and Judge Ross made an order declaring the circuit court open for that purpose. —. Court Notes. Edward Ehrlich, a native of Austria, wbb admitted to .citizenship by Judge Bmith. The divorce euit of J. H. Glinn vb. Mrs. L. Glinn wae called in Judge Mc- Kinley'e court yeeterday, and no one re eponding the caee waß passed. The plaintiff charges hie wife with deeertion. In Judge Wade's court the case of Geo. W. Pritchard, et al. vs. E. J. Dur rell et al., was ordered stricken from the calendar, it not being at issue. The act ion is to enjoin the execution of a judg ment upon certain land and the sale of the furniture of a hotel at La Crescenta Canada. In the cases of the West Lumber com pany and Willie vs. Jas. Mead et al., the defendant wae allowed by Judge Wade to pay into court $4™, the sum alleged by him to be due the contractor, subject to the further direction of the court. Judgment was ordered for plaintiff by Judge Wade, in the caee of the Blinn Lumber company vb. Michaels. In the foreclosure suit of J. M. Elliott vs. F. H. Barclay et al., Judge Van Dyke rendered judgment by default for plaintiff for $18,208 10 and $400 attor ney's fees. Judge Shaw continued the case of Sargent vs. Sargent, for the possession of a child, until October 31st. In the damage suit of I. L. Jones va. Dr. K. D. 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