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WASHINGTON WIRINGS.
Sugar Men Before the Senate
Finance Committee.
CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS.
Reassertion of the Monroe Doctrine
Creates Considerable Dis
cussion.
(Associated i'roes Dismtcrtes u> the Hbbald.
Washington, January s.—Th* sub
committee of the Senate Finance Com
mittee to-day gave a hearing to a delega
tion interested in the sugar industry in
Louisiana. Mr. Dymond was the
speaker, and explained that the delega
tion came to ask that the sugar schedule
as proposed by the Senate Tariff bill be
modified, on the ground that fifty per
cent reduction in the duty on sugar
would ruin the sugar industry, not only
in the tropical cane of Louisiana, but
also the beet sugar industry of California
and the sorghum industry of Kansas.
The committee took a recess until 4 :30
this afternoon, when it heard arguments
from W. L. Parkinson, of Fort Scott,
Kansas, who appeared in behalf of the
sorghum industry of Kansas.
Parkinson and Representative Peters
spoke in behalf of the sorghum sugar
producers in Kansas, asserting that if
the sugar tariff was undisturbed, busi
ness would be greatly developed in the
immediate future. They objected to a
bounty because it was likeh to be of only
temporary duration.
Henry C. Minor and Henry McCall.ot
Louisiana, on behalf of the sugar planters
of that State, also spoke against the
bounty system, and pleaded to be left
under the" present conditions.
CALIFORNIANS COMING.
New York, January 5. —A Washington
special says Clans Spreckels will arrive
at Washington to-day. California Con
gressmen say that his coming has noth
ing to do with tbe question of the sugar
schedule in the Sena'e tariff bill. They
say he wants to talk with tbe Commis
sioner of Agriculture about beet rais
ing and beet sugar in this country.
Tbe Finance Committee was somewhat
annoyed to learn that a big delegation uf
California people engaged in sugar rais
ing are on their way East to see that tbe
proposed bounty legislation is enacted.
The committee have heard all the testi
mony they care for on the question.
The Democratic Senators are very bitter
in opposition to the proposed bounty and
insist that it is radically unconstitutional.
The Republicans of tho Finance Com
mittee are practically determined upon
this point, however, and they intend
that the duty shall be made to pay the
bounty. This bounty which they will
propose is not to continue for a definite
number of years, but to be announced
by executive proclamation until such
time as. tho amount ol sugar produced in
America shall equal half of tbe amount
of sugar imported, when it will cease, and
the duty increased to a point that will
make it practically prohibitive.
fi*tii:th congress.
The fflouroe Doctrine Discussed
Pro aud Con.
Washington, January 5. —In the Sen
ate to-day Sherman called up the joint
resolution reported by him yesterday
from the Committee on Foreign Rela
tions, declaring the sense of Congress in
relation to the connection of European
governments with any interoceanic canal
and asked that it be passed immediately.
A brief but very interesting diecussion
ensued. Sherman said the resolution
was but a reassertion of the Monroe doc
trine.
Teller said that the only objection he
had to the resolution was that it was un
timely. It should have been adopted
years ago, when the construction of the
Panama canal was begun.
Vest suggested that while favoring the
resolution, it was intended to have some
bearing in favor rjf the Nicaragua Canal
scheme, to which he was opposed.
Edmunds, the author of the resolution,
disclaimed having been influenced by
any such ideas.
Call opposed the resolution as calcu
lated to obstruct a great work of benefi
cence to mankind.
George regarded the resolution as a
very important and necessary step.
Reagan thought the resolution should
not be pressed to a vote to-day, but
should be considered and debated. Its
language, he said, was too broad and un
restricted, and claimed that it was an
unnecessary offense to France.
Gray coincided with the views ex
expressed by Reagan and said that the
Government of the United States should
not, without grave consideration, inter
pose an obstacle to work which would
advance the civilization of the world.
Morgan took the view that Congress
had no right to trammel the diplomatic
action of tbe Executive by the passage of
this joint resolution. If this idea was to
be expressed by Congress it should L>e
in the form of a concurrent resolution
Sherman treated the objection to the
form of the resolution as more technical
than important, but was willing to have
the resolution made a concurrent instead
of a joint resolution, although be thought
the latter a better form as binding the
three branches of the Government. He
would like to see all nations of the world
(but not governments) co-operate in tbe
work of the Panama canal. After further
discussion the resolution went over till
Monday and the Tariff bill was taken up.
Various minor amendments were of
fered to the next few sections, but were
all rejected by the usual party vote, and
when paragraph 336, referring to laces,
etc. was reached the Senate adjourned.
HOUSE PROCEEDINGS.
In the House the Committee on Indian
Affairs reported a bill to divide the Sioux
Indian reservation into separate reserva
tions. Placed on the calendar.
Reed, of Maine, called up his resolu
tion to abolish for the remainder of the
session, tbe call of States for the intro
duction of bills on the flist and third
Mondays of each month. On ordering
the previous question the vote stood,
yeas 98, nays 20. No quorum. A call of
the House was ordered. Quiet and in
dolence with some badinage followed.
Springer introduced a joint resolution
proposing a constitutional amendment
authorizing Congress to make a uniform
law of marriage and divorce. Referred.
Springer also moved a resolution di
recting the Sergeant-at-Arms to telegraph
absent members requesting them to re
turn cm Monday. Carried. Adjourned.
Capital Cnlllnaa.
Washington, January s.—The Depart
ment of State has received a dispatch
from Berlin, stating the order expelling
Louis B. Greenbtirst, a naturalised
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY 6. 1889.
An e-ican citizen, from Prussia, ha=
b un revoked at the instance of our
legation.
The President has directed the removal
of Alfred Lewis, Deputy Fifth Auditor of
the Treasury, for neglect and inattention
to i fficial duties.
There was transmitted to the House
to-day a letter from the Secretary of the
Interior in which he submits an estimate
'or the appropriation of $360,00J to be
immediately available to meet expense
n organizing and prosecuting the survey
of arid lands
This afternoon Seuator Plumb intro
duced a bill to create a Customs Com
mission and define its duties, which wai
referred to the Committee on Finance.
Its object is to establish a permanent
Oufioms Commission in the Treasury
Department, which shall make investi
gations respecting the working of the
tariff, and which shall furnish informa
tion thereon to Congress and others.
Investigations into the conduct of the
Supervising Architect's office by the Sen
ate sub-committee, began this morning
and was conducted in secret. It was
developed that Architect Freret h. *
awarded contracts for the preparation ot
plans for four or five buildings to archi
tects in Washington, and that the clerks
Hinployed in his office are working on
these plans out of office hours.
Senator Edmunds to day offered two
resolutions (which were agreed to) call
ing on the President for information as to
the Venezuelan awards and as to what
steps, if any, have been taken by the
United States Government to collect
monthly a quarter of the Caracas customs
receipts.
THE SKU'X HESKRVATION.
Knllroads Interested In Preventing
Its) Division.
Washington, January s.—The Com
mittee on Indian Affairs in its report ac
companying the bil! providing for the di
vision of the Sioux reservation, says: The
Sioux Indians are completely under the
control of a few arrogant and self-con
ceited chiefs, and the chiefs are largelj
under the control of the Northern Pacific
and Northwestern Railroad Companies
and a few avaricious white, or squaw
men, who with a few chiefs are reaping
large fortunes from the common property
of their own people. The Northern Pacific
Railroad Company as we are advised,
owns large amounts of real estate
in Dakota that it desires to sell at a
profitable figure, and if this bill should
become a law and thereby open up 11,
--000 000 acres to settlers at nominal fig
ures compared with prices they ask for
theirs, the maiket for their lands will be
cloned for many years to come; so there
will be a mighty power tooppesethe bill.
The Northwestern Railroad Company,
running to Pierce on the Missouri river,
is interested, so we are advised, in
another road that runs around this
great reservation to the Black Hills,
and does all the carrying trade
for this vast section. To open up this
reservation would not only compel the
Northwestern Railroad to complete its
own line through to the Black Hills (a
thing they do not want to do), but will
force the Chicago, Milwaukee and St.
Paul and other competing lines through.
Thei efore they oppose the measure.
The Committee recommends that the
hi!! pass, and asks Congress to give these
Indians all the land they can use and
teach them that governments are not
created to support them but to protect
tfaem, and that like other people they
must work.
Our Native Silkworms.
Washington. January 5. —The Com
missioner ef Agriculture to-day trans
mitted to Congress a report by Joseph
Neumann on the wild native silkworm
of California. Neumann asked that the
appropriation of $2,500 made last year
to enable him to study this native silk
worm be to $25,000, as neces
sary to establish temporary observatory
stations wherever a good plant on which
the worm feeds exists iv quantities. He
predicts that by continuing the study it
will not be many years before this dis
covery of his of the native silkworm will
be one of the greatest blessings ever con
ferred upon the j>eople of the civilized
world.
All lovers of the delicacies of the table use
Ango'tura Bitters to secure s good digestion,
but the genuln. only, manufactured by Dr.
Siegert & Sous.
Glendale Seminary.
The Hotel Glendale, at Glendale, will
be opened in about two weeks as a
boarding school for girls, under the gov
ernment of the Episcopal Church, with
a full corps of teachers.
For admission and all other particulars
apply to Rev. Thomas W. Haskins, Rec
tor Christ Church, Episcopal Church,
room 13, 218W South SpriDg" street.
We are informed that hams of an in
ferior quality are being offered for sale
by certain merchants in this city, who
represent them to be genuine "Lilly"
hams. Do not be deceived; see that
every ham you buy is branded the
•Lilly."
There will be an installation of oflicers
for California Legend No. 1, 8. X., A. 0.
U. VV., on Monday evening at 7 :30 v. m.
All comrades invited. By order.
J. Hughes, Commander.
The agency of the Hotel delCorouado, corner
of Spring and Franklin street", presents a lively
appearance these fine winter days. Many call
ers are seeking information in regard to the
hotel or examining the charts to select rooms
from. But the hotel is so spacious with its 750
apartments that all applicants can rely upon
securing comfortable snd sunny rooms in this
the niußt commodious aud charming resort on
the Pacific Coast.
Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica.
This popular seaside resort will be opened
January 3rd. J. W. Scott, Lessee.
Latest designs in white, gold and silvtr
mouldings for picture framing. Chas
Bloane <fc Co 320 S. Spring street.
No Dyspepsia
When you us* Crown Flour.
Drifted Snow
California roller flour is tbe best. At Seymour
A Johnsou Co s, corner First and Fortstr.ets
Mahogany, walnut, Cherry
And ebony stains snd varni«tes, at P. H.
Mathews', Second, and Lo* Angeles.
The Best and Lightest Bread
Is made from down Floor.
Notary Public and Commissioner
For New York and Arizona, G. A. Dobinson
134 West Second street. Hollenbeck Blook.
Good Health and Appetite
Always follow the continued use of Crown
Flour.
St. Louis Lead, Eastern Oil
Aud painters' supplies, at Mathews'.
Crown Hour.
Why pay *1.00 when you can buy as good
forletß.
Cross-Eyes Straightened
Without the slightest danger by Dr. Slocum.
No. 320 South Main, "Moro Castle."
Crown Flour. Crown Flour
Ask your grocer for it Always reliable.
Seventy Aye dollar large residence lots on
M iteo and Santa aye. car line. W«i«( r iped
free. Callou U M Ames. X Main Si.
THE PARISIAN SUIT CO.
119 SOUTH SPRING STREET.
DO YOU WANT A
Plush Newmarket,
OR A
Plush Saeque, .
OR A
Plush Modjeska,
1 OR A
Plush Wrap,
Olt A
Plush Jacket?
We are Determined, We Must, and Snail Sell You!
We do not intend to pack one away and carry it over for
another season. You will pay us just what they cost us in
the East (buying them in quantities) no more or no less.
Remember, Only New and Stylish Goods.
Lister & Walker Flushes.
The Sun that Dims the Stars.
THE NEW HIGH-ARMED IMPROVED
Davis Vertical Feed Sewing Machine
OFFICE: 22 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
f . _
Head Office for the DAVIS SEWING MACHINE for Southern California. Every Davis Sewing
Machine warranted for 10 years. Sold on Easy Time Payments of $5 per mouth
at 22 South Mai a street, Los Angeles.
Awarded First Prize at Los Angeles Fair .1880 I First Prize for best and most durable Fam-
Culifornia State Fair, Sacramento . 1880 ily Sewing Machine, Los Angeles Fair. 1887
Downey Fair 1886 First Prize, Santa Barbara Fair 1888
Santa Barbara Fair 1886 First Prize, Pomological Fair, Los Angeles 1888
Silver Medal, San Francisco Mechanics' First Prize, AgriculturalFair.LosAngeles 18S8
Fair 1880 | jaltufri&sun tf
p«" to have » seil
¥ tt-iT Bfi *-N fi Riving satis faction, and a customer with Bron
- I J rvK WH. e>i t chitis says it is the only remedy that gives in
tS-JS. EH U Htant relief "-Seurki.l .t CoyKB, Druggists.
P Riverside, Cal.
v\VV/ m nPV N Hovp" * * ' ne P'eeßUre to inform yor.
l ; f*7 -I Ila " c that yonr preparations aro meetiat
1 '}&*'£-•' \ ) > EST with large Bales. ******* We hear
I ST J Nothing but praise
3«rc,Hl them."—Naacaweh & Co., Druggists, Visalio
That it will accomplish the end desired iv al
lilt- affections of the Throat and Langs and yon not
E^€P»lTr > ' TP" TT Tn\ TT-3E*l !tWI 11 ? nly w^ v not 06 without it yourset!,
£ \S\ uVJlIrt OfV'^M'"' 1 w,u ent will recommend it to others,
;!?2|^s*5 t -dLI AVI 1 thousands have done who have tried everythtnn
c * r\ O £i n n else !q Tai n, money is no object where health it
*M OMStJMPTTOf! Convince you
V"yi 4 i purchafe a remedy that wtil stand between ync
"fneo/the most dreaded of human ills.
V J Ur r - '- ) / U J. ''<;V V . ' Is prepared only by xhe ABIKTINK MEDICAI
> l v^'S£/ISES ,F THi\OA"' «T»F"CircnlarB sent tree, containing detailed
'^LunovS-Soi}on Ifym. a * SSlpfi "
For Sale by C. H. HANPE, 77 and 79 North Spring Street,
F. W. BRAUN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AGENTS. 88-I2m LOS ANGELES,
THE BEST
The IrteL
For sale at all firet-clasa coal yards. Ask for no other.
Greneral Office—6o9 East First Street- n29.g m
PACIFIC COAST AUE.NCY FOB
FRANK HENDERSON,
KALAMAZOO, MICH., Manufacturer of
Society Regalia, Costumes, Paraphernalia and Uniforms.
The Finest Goods in. the Market.
Give us a trial and you will have no cause to regret having done so.
F. 11. COY, Manager, 118 W. First St., Los Angeles.
P. O. BOX 3,191. d293m
ALL hXJU ttg OJSISrTS. "
The Chicago Manufacturing Jewelers' Association,
281 NORTH. MAIN STREET.
Thin exhibition consists of Roll, Oreiiie and Roman Gold Goods of our own make, sar.h ss
Rhine Stone Ear Drops, Lace Pins, Opera Chains, Bracelets, Lockets, lultl«l Pius. Cuff and
Collar Buttons. N-ck and Vest Chains, Sosrf Pins, Plain Band aud Bangle Rings, 80LIP
OOLD BaBY RINUS, Mexlean Oxydized Write Metal and Amber Hair and Breast Pins, aud
a thousand other useful and ornamental atticlesof JEWELRY too numerous to menUso.
These goods will be
Sold at the Inlform Price of 25 Cant* for each article.
Remember, we are advertising our goods, and therefore sell you $1 and $1.50 goods for 26V
in order to introduce them in this vicinity.
TWENTY THOUSAND ARTICLES IS THK LIMITED AMOTTUNT SOLD AT 250. EACH.
Ureat Bargains are offered In our 50c, Ml and SS Department*.
N. B. Great bargains offered in Solid Gold and Silver Watches, Diamonds, all kinds of
Mexican and Filigree Jewelry of every desoriDtion. Big bargains offered in Heavy Plated
Silverware, such as Knives, Forks, Table and Tea Spoons. Special bargains offered In the
newly discovered French Quartz Diamonds.
TO BE UIVEMt AWAY on flow Vear'a Bay. Each person purchasingM
woith of goods, is entitled toa FREE DRAWING in our "856 SET OF SILVEKWAaK,
which is on exhibition at our store
ALASKA CRYSTALINK SPECTACLES, the best SI Eye-Glasses and Spectacles on earth.
Have your eyes examined Free of charge by PROF. CHAS. HUGHES, Consulting Optician.
d! 2 cod
MOISTTOOMERY, GRANT <!t CO..
233 N. I.as Angeles Sc. Branch stores at Pomona aud Man Bernardino.
NORWEGIAN STEEL PLOWS. SYRACUSE CHILLED PLOWS.
BUGGIES AT COST, AND VEHICLES OF ALL KINDS THE SAME.
We carry everything required by the Farmer aud Orchardist jal 12tn
~ Wm. S. Allen,
3ii AND 34 S. SPKINfi ST.,
One of the Oldest Houses in the City, wl.l sell yon
FURNITU II 3£ d
anp C vVKPKTk^
TILL. THE FIRST WAV OF JAMAUY
AT A (JREATLY REDUCED PRICE!
Before stocktaking we are gointr to reduce our stock. Cash buyers have a picnic, dljf
WOOD AND LIIIUHEU V Alius.
NEW HOTTSF., "
Wagon Material, Hardwood,
Iron, Steel,
Blacksmiths' Coal and Tools.
Cabinet Woods, etc.
JOHN WIGSffORE & 00.
13 and It soutli I.o« Angoles Street.
)1U
SCHALLEKT -"GANAfIL
LIIDIBEB COMPANY.
MAIN OmCB ADD TABD —
Corner first and Alameda streets.
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
BRANCH YARDS—
East Los Augeles Lumber Yard, cor. Hoff and
Water streets.
Washington-street Lumber Yard, cor. Washing
ton street and Grand avenue.
Qarvanza Lumber Yard. Garvanza. 023 M
J. A. Henderson President,
J. R. 8* urr Vlce-Pres. and Treat
Wm.F. Marshall Secretary.
60U1HHRN CALIFORNIA
LUMBER COMPANY.
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL.
Office and yard, 180 East First St., Los Angeles.
dl9t.f
jTm otfith company,
LUMBER DEALERS,
Manufacturers of
Uoort, Windows, ICllnds, stairs.
STAIR-RAILS, BALLUBTKRS,
Newoll Posts and mill work of every descrlp
tlon, aud dealers In time, etc.
.133 N. Alameda St., Lsi Angeles.
jl-tf
KEBCKHOFF-CIJZIIEB
Mill and Lumber Company.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
LUM H 1C 111
Yards at San Pedro (Wharf), Los Augeles
(Main office), Pomona, Pasadena, Pnenta, La
manda, Monrovia, Azusa, Qlendora, Lords
burg, Burbauk.
Planing Mills at Los Angeles, Pomona, Mon
rovia. n25-tf
Western Lumber Co.
YARD:
Dor. Ninth and San Peuro Streets.
LIMHKU of all class can be had at this yard.
d6-U
D. R. ROZELL. A. HUZKU..
ROZELL BROS.,
—DEALERS IN—
Lnmber and Building Material.
Yard corner Main aud Jefferson Sts.,
Telephone No. 745. Los Angeles, Cal,
dlstf
PERRY, MOTT & COS
Lumber Yards
AND PLANING MILLS,
N0.76 Commercial Street. jl-tf
Storage and Commission.
K. G. Weysk, Proprietor.
GRAIN, WOO I.
—AND—
General Merchandise Warehouse.
BtOBABK, COMMISSION AND INBPBAHCE.
Agents for all kinds of Agricultural Imple
ments. Wholesale and retail dealers in Im
ported and Domestic Wines, Brandies and
Whiskies. 634 to 666 Alameda street.
dlltf
WALTON 4WACHTEL
Wholesale and Retail Dealers lv
FURNITURE
OF ALL KINDS,
At Lowest. "PobhiVilh Kivt.«M>.
814, Sl6 and SIS Houtn Spring ««..
jS-tf Bet Third and Fourth Bra.
Fine Citrns Fruit Land!
WITH WATEB,
Will be given to parties desiring to plant either
citrus or deciduous fruit or vines, on favorable
terms. Address,
Cucamonga Land A lmp't Co.,
Room 7, No. 11 TemnleSt., Los Angeles, Cal
j3 lm
WOOD AND COAL.
Wholesale unci Retail.
WOOD,
COAL,
CHARCOAL,
COKE.
The above to be always had at the lowest
prices at
Southern California
Coal and Wood Co.'s Yard.
COX. JACKSON AND ALAMEDA STS.,
TKLF.rnoss 315.
Special inducements given to Betels,
Restaurants and the trade.
We are prepared to deliver Greta coal is
lots to suit at a low figure. d2O 12m
Coal, Coal!
The undersigned have several cargoes af
Wellington,
Greta,
Scotch Splint,
Wallsend
—AND—
COKE
Due and some discharging, in prepared Co sell
in CARLOAD LOTS su truck.
Liberal Illticount to the Trade.
Also has PORTLAND CEMENT, PIO [RON
aud FIRE BRICK for sale.
For further partlcnlars inquire of
J. J. MELLUS,
jstf a."Il Los AnzoleH Sti»e«4.
Now h the Time to
Purchase Coal.
To make room for cargoes of coal sow due,
the I.»s Angeles Gas Company offer for sale at
their yard, Aliso street, best hand 'picked
Australian Greta and Wallsend Coals at 513.50
PER TON, lntquantities of; not lees than tea
tons; $14 for single ton, and 75 cents per 100
lbs. in smaller lots.
LOS ANGELES GAS CO.
dlStf
NEWHALL BROS.,
SOUTH FIELD, WELLINGTON GOAL, 51<
PER TON DELIVERED.
WOOD, COKE, HAY, GRAIN AND MILL FEED .
Satisfaction guaranteed or money relunded.
11* WEST FIFTH ST.
Telephone 402. j4M
CARRIAUES AND WAtiON*.
RICHARDSON-KIIB
FINE CARRIAGES,
BUG-OIKS,
Sarin* and Farm Waironi
—AND— >
—AGRICULTURAL IMPI.EMEIITR.—
48 AND 50 N. Los A.NQEI.KH St..
Lob Anoxlks, Cal. j i-«f
¥(m fine"bug^iem
—AND—
CARRIAGES
—«0 TO—
H. GIEBE,
THK Fakm Ikflkmbnt D«ALB».
44 to 48 N. Los Angeles st., Los Angeles.
MANVFACTtIitINU JE WELERS.
8. conradT^
OPTICIAN,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
No. 16 South Main Street.
WATCHES, DIAMONDS. JEWELRY, ETC,
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Carefully Re
paired and Warranted. )al lm
Lace Curtains,
JUBT RECEIVED,
AT LION & SONS'.

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