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mittee in aid of the California midwinter
international exposition, waa taken up
Tbe bill authorizing the transfer to
San Francieco from Chicago of dutiable
goods on exhibition and of foreign em
The Lee Mantle case, involving tbe
right of a governor of a state to appoint
a eenator in oaae the legialature failed to
elect one, was taken np, and Vance and
George argued againat the right of ap
pointment in such cases.
After en executive eeaaion, the eenate
Most of tha Chairmanships Go to the
Washington, Aug. 21.—Speaker Crisp
this mowing announced the appoint
ment of the following chairmen of house
Ways and means—Willson, West Vir
Coinage, weights and measures—
Banking and currency—Springer, Illi
Foreign affairs — McCreary, Ken
Interesttste and foreign commerce-
Rivers and harbors — Blanch ard,
Louisiana. . .
Merchant marine and fisheries—Fitn
Agriculture— Hatch, Missouri.
Military affairs—Othwaite, Ohio.
Naval affairs—Cnmmings, New York.
Postoffioes and postroads—Henderson,
Public lands—Mcßea, Arkansas,,
Indian affaire—Holman, Indiana.
Territories —Wheeler, Alabama.
Railways and canals—Caterings, Mis
Private land claims—Pendleton, West
Manufactures—rage, RVhode Island.
Mine* and mining— Weadock, Mich
Public buildings and grounds—Rank
Pacific roads—Reilly, Pnnsylvania.
Levees and improvements of the Mis
sissippi rrVer—Allen, Mississippi.
Labor day—McGann, Illinois.
Militia—For man, Illinois.
Patents —Covent, New York.
Public buildings—Crain, Texas.
Literary—iFellowe, New York.
Civil service—De Forest, Connecticut.
Election of president and vice-presi
dent—Fitch, Slew York.
Ventilation and acoustics — Shell,
Alcoholic liquor traffic—English, New
Irrigation of arid lands—Cooper, In
Immigration and naturalization—Geia
enhainer, New Jersey.
Invalid pensions—Martin, Indiana.
Claims—Bonn, North Carolina.
War claims —Beltehoover, Pennsyl
District of Columbia—Heard, Mis
Revision of laws—Ellis, Kentucky,
Expenditures in departments as fol
State department—Lester, Virginia.
Treasury department—Baring, Wis
War department—Montgomery, Ken
Navy department—McMilHn, Ten
Poetoffice department—Oates, Ala
Department of justice—Dunphy, New
Department of agriculture—Edmunds,
The membership of tbe coinage com
mittee ia as follows: Bland, Miaaouri;
Tracy, New York; Kilgore, Texas;
Epea, Virginia; Stone, Kentucky;
Allen, Mississippi; Bankhead, Ala
bama ; Rayner, Missouri; Carter, Ohio;
Coffeen, Wyoming; McKeigban, Ne
braska; Stone, Pennsylvania; John
eon, North Dakota; Dingley,
Maine; Sweet, Idaho; Hagan, Iowa;
Aldrich, Illinois; Rawlina, Utah.
Waya and "means committee—Wilaon,
Weat Virginia; McMillin, Tennessee;
Kennel, Georgia; Montgomery, Ken
tucky; Whiting, Michigan; Cockran,
New York; Stevena, Massachusetts;
Bryan, Nebraska; Breckinridge, Arkan
sas; Bynnm, Indiana; Tarsney, Mis
souri; Reed, Maine; Burrows, Michi
gan ; Payne, New York; Dalzell, Penn
sylvania; Hopkins, Illinois; Gear,
Banking and currency—Springer,
Illinois, chairman; Sperry, Connecticut,
Cox, Tennessee; Cobb, Missouri; Cul
bertson, Texas; Ellis, Kentucky; Cobb,
Alabama; Warner, New York; John
eon, Ohio; Black, Georgia; Hall, Mia
eouri; Walker, Massachusetts; Broaina,
Pennsylvania; Henderson, Illinois;
Russell, Connecticut; Haugen, Wiscon
sin ; Johnson, Indiana.
Appropriations—Sayers, Texas, chair
man; Breckenridge, Kentucky'; Dock
ery, Miaaouri; Compton, Maryland;
O'Neill, Maaaachuaette; Livingston,
Georgiaj Washington, Tennessee; Rob
ertaon, Louisiana; Brookshire,lndiana;
Williams, Illinois; Coombs, New York;
Henderson, Iowa; Coggswell, Massa
chusetts ; Bingham, Penney Ivan ia ;
Dingley, Maine; Grout, Virginia; Can
Rivera and harbors—Blanchard, Lou
isiana, chairman; Oatchings, Missis
sippi; Lester, Georgia; Clarke, Ala
bama; Jones, Virginia; Page, Rhode
Island; Alderson, West Virginia; Cau
sey, Delaware; Caminetti, California;
McCulloch, Arkansas; Barnes, Wiscon
sin ; Henderson, Illinois; Hermann,
Oregon; Stephenson, Michigan; Hooker,
New York; Groavenor, Ohio; Reyburn,
Pensions—Moeee, Georgia, obairman;
Henderson, North Carolina; Jonea, Vir
ginia; Honk, Ohio; Snodgraßs, Ten
nessee; Taylor, Indiana; Lisle, Ken
tucky ; Clark, Missouri; Baker, Kansas;
Loudenslager, New Jersey; Lucas,
South Dakota; White, Ohio; Tawney,
Invalid pensions—Martin, Indiana,
chairman; Fyan,Missouri; Hare, Ohio;
McEltrick, Massachusetts; Baldwin,
Minnesotta; Grahan, New York; Mc-
Donald, Illinois; Erdman, Pennsyl
vania; Fielder, New Jersey; Taylor,
Tennessee; Pickler, South Dakota;
Lacey, Iowa; Apsley, Massachusetts;
Meiklejohn, Nebraska; Strong, Ohio.
Judiciary—Culberson, Texas, chair
man ; Oatee, Alabama; Stockdale, Mis
sissippi; Goodnight, Kentucky; Boat
ner, Louisiana; Lay ton, Ohio; Wolver
ton, Pennsylvania; Fellows, New York;
Lane, Illinois; Dailey, Texas; Terry,
Arkansas; Ray, New York; Power, Vir
ginia ; Brokerick, Kansas; W. A. Stone,
Pennsylvania; Updegraff, Iowa; Childa,
Poatoffices and postroads—Henderson,
North Carolina, chairman; Dunphy,
New York; Kyle, Mississippi; Hayes,
Iowa; Tnrpin, Alabama; Sipe, Penney!
vanla; Cabaniaa, Georgia; Burnea, Mia
aouri; Swaneon, Virginia: Caldwell,
Ohio; Wilaon, Washington; Loud, Cali
fornia; Smith, Illinois; Houk, Tennes
see; Gardiner, New Jersey ;Flynn,Okla
Agriculture—Hatch. Miaaouri, chair
man; Alexander, North Carolina; Shell,
South Carolina; Forman, Illinois;
Moses, Georgia; Capebart, West Vir
ginia; Sibley, Pennsylvania; Marshall,
Virginia; Schermerhorn, New York;
Williams, Miaaiaaippi; Simpaon, Kan
sas ; Funston, Kanaaa; Waugb, Indiana;
Funk, Illinois; Apsley, Massachusetts;
Harner, Nebraaka; Baker, New Hamp
shire; Flynn, Oklahoma.
Public landa—Mcßae, Arkanaae; Hall,
Minnesota; Crawford, North Crrolina;
Gresham, Texas; Somers, Wisconsin;
Latimer, South Carolina; Davis, Kan
sas ; Lacey, Iowa; Wagner, Pennsylva
nia, Moon, Michigan; Meiklejohn, Ne
braaka ; Ellia, Oregon; Smith, Arizona.
Public buildings and grounds—Bank
head, Alabama, chairman; Abbott, Tex
as ; McKaia, Maryland; Campbell, New
York; Bretz, Indiana; Cadmus, New
Jersey; Grady, North Carolina; Berry,
New York; Davis, Louisiana; Milliken,
Maine; Sweet, Idaho; Morse, Massachu
setts ; Wright, Pennaylvania; Weber,
New York; Meroer, Nebraska.
Pacific railroada—Reilly, Pennaylva
nia, chairman; Snodgraaa, Tennessee;
Boatner, Louisiana; Carntb, Kentucky;
Kyle,Miaaiaaippi; Lockwook,New York;
Weadock, Michigan; Bell. Texaa; Hen
drix, New York; Harrle, Kanaaa; Blair,
New Hampahire; Smith, Illinois; Pow
ers, Virginia; Hepburn, Iowa; Cooper,
Irrigation and landa—Cooper, Indi
ana, chairman ; Llale, Kentucky; Pas
chal 1, Texaa; Maguire,California; Rich
ardeon, Michigan; Pence, Colorado;
Newlanda, Nevada; Sweet, Idaho; Doo
little, Washington; Hart man, Mon
tana ; Tawney, Minnesota.
Immigration and naturalization—
Geiaaenheimer, New Jeraey, chairman;
Eppa, Virginia; Fyan, Miaaonri; Breck
ner, Wisconsin ; Davey, Louiaiana; Pae
chall, Texas; Maguire, California; Gil
iett, New York; Bartholdt, Miaaouri;
Wilson, Ohio; McDowell, Pennsylvania.
Private land claims—Pendleton, West
Virginia, chairman; Crawford. North
Carolina; Edmunds, Virginia; Flthian,
Illinois; Cockrell, Texas; Conn, In
diana; English, New Jersey; Hudson,
Kansas; Bell, Colorado; Funston, Kan
aaa ; Marvin, New York; Lucas, South
Dakota; Shaw, Wisconsin; Rawlina,
Minea and mining—Weadock, Michi
gan, chairman; Sipe, Pennaylvania;
Tate, Georgia; Skirt, Ohio; Richardson,
Michigan ; McDonald, Illinois; Cockrell,
Texas; Baker, Kansas; Stephenson,
Michigan; Shaw, Wisconsin; Newlande,
Nevada: Cousins, Iowa; Lilly, Pennayl
vania; Rawlins, Utah.
Territories—Wheeler, Alabama, chair
man: Kilgore, Texas; Branch, North
Carolina; Donovan,Ohio; Kribbs, Penn
sylvania ; Arnold, Miaaouri; Hunter.
Illinois; Simpaon, Kanaaa; Boen, Min
nesota ; Perkins, Iowa; Scranton, Penn
sylvania; .Lefevre. New York; Avery,
Michigan; Smith, Arizona; Joseph,
Thirty-two chairmanships go to the
aouth and 23 to the north, including the
four committees previously appointed—
rules, mileage, accounts and enrolled
A Statement Abont Attorney Van Leu-
vln'a Crooked Operations.
Washington, Aug. 21. —A statement
was given out today for publication by
Pension Commissioner Lockran in re
spect to the pending Van Leuven in
vestigation. It aaya in part:
"Van Leuven for many yeara haa
done a large penaion business, having
hia office at Lime Springe, lowa. Hia
clientage waa drawn from all over tbe
states of lowa and Minnesota, even from
remote parte of the country. In June
last, as the result of a preliminary in
vestigation, he was suspended by tbe
secretary of tbe interior from prac
tice before tbe department.
It waa clearly shown that for yeara he
supported claims which he prosecuted
by a highly developed and successful
system of dishonest practices—purchaae
of testimony, fraudulent preparation of
affidavits, bribery of sworn officials of
the government and wholeaale decep
tion of applicanta for pensiona, by
meana of which tbey were induced to
show their gratitude by the payment of
feee beyond tbe amounta allowed by tbe
law. It ia apparent tbat all the claima
allowed upon ex parte evidence fur
nished by Van Leuven must be investi
gated. Doubtless there are some cases
in which the temporary lobs of penaion
works a hardship to worthy men, but
no pains will be spared to ascertain
such caeca and make the period of sus
pension aa brief as possible.
He Was Not Consulted About His
Change of Chairmanships.
Washington, Aug. 21. —When aßked
for a statement as to the reasons which
impelled the speaker to depose him
from the chairmanship of the ways and
means committee, Springer eaid: "To
say I am surprised at my deposition
from the chairmanship of the ways and
means committee and appointment as
chairman of tbe committee on banking
and currency, is only a feeble expression
of the truth. I had no intimation from
the speaker whatever ac to hie failure to
reappoint me, or as to his intention to
make me chairman of the other com
mittee, I go from work which I have
given the best study of my life, to a
committee to the business of which I
have given but little attention hereto
fore. 1 know nothing of the motives of
tbe Bpeaker, or of the object he had in
view. He has assured me he desired to
do that which he thought best for tbe
country and Democratic party. I hope
he ia not mistaken, but opinions may
differ. Ido not care to make a further
statement at this time."
Minister Blount Still Aotiug In a Dual
Washington, Aug. 21.—With the ar
rival of Miniater Blount in Washington
within the next few days, diplomatic
business between the United States and
Hawaii will be conducted by Blount
and by Thurston, minister of the provi
sional government to this country.
Routine matters and communications
directed to the provisional government
from the state department will be
transmitted through Severance, United
States conenl-general at Honolulu.
Minister Blount is still invested with
tbe title and functions of commissioner,
and he will act in the dual capacity of
commissioner and miniater.
Tbe cruiser Philadelphia will arrive
at Honolulu about tbe middle of Sep
tember. The Yorktown arrived at Rio
de Janeiro Saturday and the Charleston
at Barbadoea yesterday. One of these
veaaela will be aent to represent tbe
United States in Samoa.
LOS AISUELES HEKALD: TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1893
THE AIGUES MORTES MASSACRE
Italian Workingmen Glamoring
Anti-French Agitation Unabated in
the Italian Cities.
A Hostile Demonstration Agnlnst tbe
French Embassy In Borne —
Italy Kxpresses Kegret
Br tha Associated Pres..
Rons, Aug. 21. —Troubles growing ont
of tbe fighting between French and
Italian workingmen at Aiguea Mortea,
France, threaten to involve grave inter
national complications. Tbe popular
indignation of the ltaliana is finding
vent in demonstrations that are evident
ly to coerce the government into de
manding an apology from France
for the attack upon the Italians,
and the payment of indemnity
to compensate the familiea oi
thoae ltaliana killed. Riota directed
againat Frenchmen have occurred in
many provincial towns, and the situa
tion ia considered exceedingly grave.
The moat eerioua outbreak_>f popular
feeling againat the French occurred in
thia city late laat night, when a mob
attempted to burn tbe French embassy.
Some rioters carried cans of petroleum,
and did not hesitate to declare their
intention to use it in destroying tbe em
bassy. Tne authorities, however, bad
anticipated that an attack might be
attempted on tbe embassy, and a strong
foroe of troops waa detailed to guard tbe
building. The rioters, however, attempt
ed to carry out their threats of burn
ing the embassy, notwithstanding the
presence of the soldiers. The soldiers
charged upon them, but the mob held
their ground for a time and fought stub
bornly, and it waa not until eeveral
charges were made that they began to
retreat, fighting all the time. Forty
five rioters were arrested. Many of the
mob were wounded by sabers. Rioting
in the provincial towns was only quelled
by tbe use of troops, the police being
utterly powerless to handle the mob.
Further developments are anxiously
THE HIOTINO RENEWED.
Rome, Aug. 21. — Several hundred
workingmen tried to start anti-French
riots again late this afternoon, but were
dispersed by the police; eeveral were
wounded and many arrested. The
mayor haa ieaued a manifesto exhorting
the people to remain calm and truet the
government for satisfaction of their de
mands. Disorderly crowds ahouted in
the atreeta of the city thia evening. In
Genoa anti-French demonstrations
were in progress throughout the
evening. The rioters burned an
omnibus and many street booths.
In Naples several collisions be
tween the police and anti-French agita
tors have taken place thia evening.
People were marching in streams at 10
o'clock, ahouting ior vengeance on
ITALY EXPRESSES REGRET.
Paris, Au«. 21.— Signor Reseeman,
Italian minister, called upon Premier
Dupuy today and informed him of the
feeling aroused in Italy by the Aiguea
Mortea affair. At the same time he ex
pressed regret that euoh bitter anti-
French manifeatoea were issued in Italy,
and that the French consulate at Mes
sina had been attacked and injured by
the kaiser's sympathy.
Berlin, Aug. 21. —A report is current
that Emperor William has charged
Prince Henry of Prussia to express to
King Humbert of Italy hia sympathy in
connection with the Aiguea Mortes af
fair. The report has not been confirmed.
A Sweeping Trlnmph for the Preaent
Paris, Ang. 21.—Returna from yeater
day'a electlona have been received from
511 diatricts out of 584. The returns
ahow the election of 309 Republicans, 14
Conservative Rallies and 44 Conserve
tivea. Rebailota are necessary in 143
districts. The Republicans gained 40
seats and have loet none.
It is now known that re-ballots have
to be taken in 155 diatricts. The results
of the re-ballots will undoubtedly mostly
be favorable to the Republicans, whose
gains now reach a total of 03 Beats. The
majorities given the several ministers in
their respective districts aggregate 25,000
more than their combined majorities
when standing for election to the cham
ber in 1889.
In the last general election the Bou
langiets returned 35 members; yester
day they elected three.
The defeat of the Royalists ie causing
much significant comment, and it is
predicted it means tbe ultimate ex
tinction of that party. Departments
hitherto their strongholds have been
wrested from them by the Republicans,
who are juoilant.
London, Aug. 21.—Several news
papers have published thia classifica
tion of the results of the French elec
tions: Republicans, 312; Socialist-
Radicals and Socialists, 30; "The Ral
lied," 13; Conservatives, 52.
THE BLACK PLAGUE.
Cholera's Awful Bsvtiei ln the Villages
London, Aug. 21.—The Daily Nowb
eenta medical commissioner to Hungary
to investigate the cholera. He reports
tbat in one little valley 205 persons were
seized, of whom 00 died since the 19th
instati'. At the town of Delatyn, in
Nadworna, 16 were seized on the 15th,
and all died. The inhabitants believed
that the doctor in attendance poisoned
his patients in order to stop the infec
tion. The commissioner concludes that
there is no doubt tbat the government
has concealed the existence of cholera in
Hungary for commercial reasons. Other
reports state that 2000 Italian navvies
working on a railway in Lemberg are
panic stricken owing to the death of 17
of their comrades from cholera.
AN INTERNATIONAL HERO.
A Status of Abraham Lincoln Unveiled
Edinburgh, Scotland, Aug. 21.—A
statue of Abraham Lincoln, erected as
a memorial to the Scottish-American
Boldiere in tbe American civil war, was
unveiled here today in the presence of
the municipal authorities, many distin
guished guests, a number of Americans
and a large crowd of residents of Edin
burgh, including the moat elite of the
town and people from the surrounding
I country. The atatue, which ia of
, bronze, stands upon a base of polished
' red granite. Upon tbe surface sits a
freed slave in bronze. Hia face ia up
turned to Lincoln, who holda in hie
right hand the emancipation proclama
tion. Several battle flags, alao in
bronze, lie beneath the outstretched
left hand of the slave. The monument
ia erected in a cemetery act apart for
the burial of Scottish-American soldiera.
The ceremony of unveiling waa impos
ing and of an international character,
the preaence of a large detachment of
tbe Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders,
and Princess Louise's regiment adding
strong features to the scene.
Gladstone Moves the Cloture.
London, Aug. 21.—1n the commons
today Gladstone moved the adoption of
a resolution, notice of which was given
Friday last, to apply the cloture to the
report stage of the borne rule bill on
Friday next. Joseph Chamberlain, the
Unioniat leader, then submitted hia
amendment, declaring tbat tbe govern
ment's proposal was calculated to de
grade the houee into a voting maohine,
depriving the Britiah majority of ita
constitutional rigbta, and ought there
fore to be withdrawn. After aome dis
cnaaion, the houae rejected the amend
ment by a vote of 200 to ICS.
ON A MAN HUNT.
A Mob Looking lor tbe Anther of a Dla-
Oakland, 111., Aug. 21.—A large crowd
of men are ont hunting Louis Myers,
who is wanted for a diabolical crime.
Last Friday he went to the house of a
neighbor named Will and assaulted Mra.
Will, aeriously injuring her. Shortly
after be met hia 11-year-old niece on the
road and asaaulted her. afterwarde
hanging her to a tree. She waa found
and cut down before life wae extinct,
bnt is not expected to live. After this
deed Myers returned home, beat hia
wife and one of bis children eeverely,
and then took to the woods, carrying
with him a rifle and revolvers, and
ordering his wife to send him provisions
that night. A posse has since been
hunting for him, and once or twice he
haa been sighted and shots exchanged,
tbe only result ao far being the slight
wounding of one of tbe posse.
DROWNED OR MURDERED.
A Mysterious Find Made by a Camping
Fresno, Aug. 21.—A camping party
just in from the west side reports a mys
terious find near the banks of Cold
slough, on the Jamea place, which con
sisted of a cart with a eingle'harneea. A
valise containing nnderclothee, a roll of
blankets and a quilt was tied in the bot
tom of the cart; also, an old raft was
tied to a tree near by. The leather was
rotten from exposure, and everything
bore the appearance of having been there
since last spring. Nothing was marked
so as to let'd to its identification. The
Mexicans in the vicinity said a stray
horse was on the ranges Boon after the
spring Hoods, but disappeared. The
supposition is that the owner was either
drowned or murdered.
Monmouth Park Races.
Monmouth Park, Aug. 21.—Track
Six furlongs—Stonenell won, Correc
tion second, Chesapeake third; time,
Mile and a furlong—Banquet won,
Sabin second; time, 1:57%. (Two
Four and a half iurlongß—Naham
won, Blackhawk aecond, Gordiue third;
sS*Tet» lu.lnnim— I Itimmio . wnn. Pei
rier Jonet second, Wormaer third ; time,
Mile and a aixteenth—Diablo won,
Mias Dixie aecond, Anna B third; time,
Six furlongs—Prig won. Terrapin sec
ond, Lajoya third; time 1:14, V
Saratoga, Aug. 21.—Track lair.
Five furlongs—Pirate King won, Why
Not second, Red Cross third; time,
Seven furlongs—Galindo won, High
land second, Racine third; time, 1:13 V
Five furlonga—Flirtation won. Prin
cess Himyara aecond, Strathflower
third; time, 1:05.
Mile, Iroquoia stakes— Dan Freland
won, Martyrdom second, Elizabeth
third; time, 1:48 V
Five furlongs—Patrolman won, Weaf
ler second, Tammany Hall third; time,
National League Games.
Philadelphia, Aug. 21.—The home
team lost tbe game on enora. Philadel
phia, 8; St. Louis, 9.
Baltimore, Aufe. 21.—LouiBville won
the game in tbe third inning. Baltimore,
9; Louisville, VI.
Brooklyn, Ang. 21.—The Reda hit
Stein hard. Briboklyn, 1; Cincinnati, 8.
New York, Aug. 21.—Ward's men hit
Cuppy heavily New York, 13; Cleve
Boston, Aijlg. 21.—Baseball game
Two Children Nonnested.
Boiss, Idaho, Aug. 21.—Near Middle
town today tfhe house of a family named
Brookshire,'lately from Missouri, was
burned. The children, aged 4 and 2,
perished. 'The mother left the house
for a short time and when she returned
she found the children suffocated on the
A Bad Negro Strung Up.
Leavenworth, Kan., Aug. 21.—Silaa
Wilson, known aa a bad negro, waa
found hanging to a tree 10 milea west of
this city this morning. He ia believed
to have been lynched. The coroner will
A Receiver Appointed.
Chicago, Aug. 21. —A receiver waa ap
pointed today for the Quirney & Gran
dal company, dealing in railroad Bup
ptieß. Asaeta, ♦135,000; Liabilities,
Very Marksd Results.—The term land
slide usually conveys intelligence of disaster,
wh rebymony are killed, but this time it is
used to indicate the enormous sales of Dr.
Miles' Restorative Nervine, a remedy that is
daily saving the lives of thousands who are
suffering from uervoua disorders. It cures pal
pitation, nervous prostration, headache, back
ache, isplual diseases, hysteria, ill effects of
spirits, confusion of mind, etc., and builds up
th.j body surprisingly. Brown & Maybury,
Cortland, N. V., say one patient used nervine
and gained 15 pounds of Oesh. Sold by C. H.
Hance, the druggist 177 N. Spring street, on a
guarantee. Get a book free.
For a good table wine.order our Sonoma
Zinf andel at 500 per gal. T. Vache & Co.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
The funeral parlora of Howry & Bre
eee, on South Broadway, are the fineat
on the coast.
Delegate Smith 111.
Washington, Ang. 21.—Delegate Mar
cus A. Smith of Arizona is seriously ill
at the hotel Cochrane with typhoid
With nerves unstrung and heads that ache
Wise women Bromo-fcieltzer take.
TROUBLE AT COMPTON.
A BAID ON THE CHINESE FRUIT
White Woikmaa Walt on Cook «a Lang
ley's Mongolians and Order Tham
to Depart—Tha Celestials
Special to the Herald
Comiton, Cal.. Aug. 21.—A gang of
Chinamen picking fruit at Compton for
Cook & Langley of Loa Angelea were
routed ont of their camp at 10 o'clock
tonight by a large crowd of white work
ingmen. Cook & Langley'b foreman ia
trying to make a settlement with the
workingmen, but no agreement haa been
made aa yet, and the Chinamen are
packing np tbeir tents preparatory to
leaving for the city tonight.
Work for 4000 Bands.
New York, Aug. 21.—The Havemeyer
sugar refinery at Williamsburg resumed
operations today, giving employment to
has been brought about by the
introduction of Cottolene, the
new vegetable shortening. The
discovery of this product, and the
demonstration of its remarkable
qualities, has attracted the widest
interest. Hitherto the common
shortening has been lard, or
indifferent gutter. Every one has
probably suffered occasional dis
comfort from lard-cooked food;
while it is well known that thous
ands are obliged to abstain entire
ly from everything of that kind.
To such people, Cottolene is of
peculiar value, widening as it
does, the range of what may be
eaten and enjoyed. Cottolene
is a cooking marvel. It combines
with the food-r-imparts to it a
tempting color, a delicate flavor,
and an appetizing crispness.
No trace of greasiness remains
to offend the taste, or disturb the
Cottolene is worthy of the
careful notice of all those who
value good food, of itself or for
its hygienic properties.
Sold by Leading Grocera.
Hade only by
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO.,
ST. LOUIS ana Chicago, New York.
Kamame Pink Oil
Cures all Pain, 25 cents a Bottle.
A Standard Remedy for Stomach, Liver,
Kidneys and Blood. 50 cents a Bottle.
Kamame Pink Pills
A Wonderful Nerve and Digestive
Kamame White Pills
The Great Bowel Regulator. 35 cents
a Box; both kinds in one box.
Are the Cheapest us Well as the Best
in This Market $1 per Set.
KAMAMB REMEDIES Are For
Sale by Off & Vaughn, corner Spring
and Fourth sts., Heinzeman's Drug
Store, Main St., and All First-class
Furniture, Carpets, Etc.
MATLOCK & SEED, AUCTIONEERS, WILL
sell at salesroom, Nos. 420 and 4iB Bouth
Spring street, on Wednesday, August 23, at 10
a.m , tbe entire contents of a 12-room house
and one 5-room house, moved to the salesroom
for convenience of s»le, consisting of 8 bed
room suits ln oak, ash, walnut and cherry, hall
trees In oak and walnut, one extra fine; 1 side
board, chiffoniers, bed lounges and couches,
velvet, brustels and ingrain carpets, several
marble-top dreßsers, one extra large; cluster
leg extension table, several smaller ones, ren
ter tables and stands, tiro parlor suites, book
oases and writing desks ln oak, 2 gas cook
stoves, plusb, carpet and cane seat rockers,
dining and kitchen chairs, clipper, box and
wool maitresses and sprints, ti new: 10 piece
water sets, neccrattd; 5 beautiful hanging
lamps and lots of other good 3, dishes, glass
and tinware. Ttese goods were moved Irom
Buuker Hill avenue and Temple sireet. Sale
Positive. MATLOCav 4 REED,
A U CT I O N
FORNITDRE aud HOUSEHOLD GOOD*
XE. Cor. 30tu and Figueroa Sts.
MONDAY, AUtfUST 21, AT 10 A. M.
The entire contents of an 18-roomed house,
consisting of J. & 0. Fisher piano, one Regu
lator Clock, cost »300 elegant Bedroom Svtits
in Mabogany, Oat, Cherry, Antique Oak a id
sixteenth Century Fluikh, Center Tablep, Up
holster d Furniture, thr,e Wludsor Folding
Beds, Hair Mattresses, Betiding, Pillows, Cur
tains, Portiers, Fancy Ornaments, Large and
small Hues, Silverware, Dishes, Crockery,
Large French Range, etc.
Sale positive and without reserve.
THOS. B. CLaRK, Auctioneer.
8 20 em
BALD HEADS If
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_■_» harsh, brittle? Does it split at the ends? Hu It i'
WmU lifeless appearance? Docs it fall out when combed or I
mWm brushed ?Is It full of dandruff ? UoeTvour ? C
MKKm Is it dry or In a heated condition ? If tffese ar7some of S 0
JliiHllrMv J ,our6 y rn P tomsD e warned in time or you will become baid. • |
JKiSkookum Root Hair Grower I!
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l inkmHlLi I research. Knowledge ot tho diseases of tho hair and again ST! ■
vslsb*l£wmubTw er -V of how to treat tin m. "Skookum "contains neither mlnM«i«»Ts*Jir.; ■
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/ IvSMmM 111 IW" Keen the scalp clean, hoelthy, snd free from Irrttattne ernnM/m. wm a 1
3* / f'f ffiHmVili " I " y <u,r " r "K« lst cjanot supply you send dlreet to us, and we win fonrmi " I
■s \* WJ P«*au«7etorsS,THra2 J!
I;' iWW'f H\ the SKOOKUri ROOT HAIR OROWER ca. !■
,' "iSS&riet** 07 Bouth Fifth Avenue, New York. M. Tfm ! J
713 SOUTH MAIN ST. LOS ANGELES, CAL.
"SklMfal cure Increases longevity to the "Ingeniously locating diseases through Ihe
world." poise and excellent remedies are great tilaaa
ingsto the world."
For seven months I was treated by Aye different doctors, noneol whom stated what ay dlsaasa
was. During that time I Buffeted terribly, and continued to fall until 1 oecams a skeleton. Tor
the last three months I had to be dressed, fed and have my water drawn. Finally my feet,
limbs, hands and face beoatne swollen. I could not rise from a chair, and could scarcely walk
and was obliged to have my water drawn from 11 (teen to twenty times a day. My friends con
sidered I would not last many days. I then, three months ago, commenced treating with Dr.
Wong. The first dose of medicine completely relieved me, and since I have not been obliged to
resort to artificial means for relieving my bladder. In tiro days I was able to dress and feed my
self; ln ten days the swelling had left mo and I could walk aa well as for years before. I now
weigh as much as I ever did, and leol better than I nave felt for fifteen yeara lam 75 yeara old
and feel tiptop. Dr. Wong says I was aiUicted with one of the fourteen kinds of kidney dis
eases. VV. W. CUaNBY.
Bivera, Cal., August 39, 1800.
Hundreds of other testimonials are on file ln the doctor's offles which he haa received from
his numerous American patients, whom ho has cured from all manner of diseases.
LARUE AND COMMODIOUS ROOMd FOB THE ACCOMMODATION Of PATIaNTo. CONSUL
* HIGHLY IMPROVED
PIM Fil FOR SHI!
Containing 62 octet of land, all in high state of cultivation: cottage
house, hard-finished, of eeven rooms, bath and kitchen, together with
email cottage of three rooms for laborera: about four acres in bearing
Washington Navels; 5 acres English Walnuts; 6 acres Winter Ap-
Ples; two artesian wells; about 3000 feet service pips and hydrants,
irat-class corn, alfalfa and orange land; all fenced and cross-fenced.
Apply at once to
li M 114 N. Beaudry aye.. Los Angeles. Cal.
FOSMIR IRON WORKS
ot ah iviudsof rfMMasMMßmslmsß
4i6 and 430 ALPINE STREET 3 ™*^^
„_ Spader throwing Soil from tha Caataa
LQ9ANOia f l J 3 -^ 6M
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IMPORTING GROCER; 136! 138 S. Spring
Auction Sale i High-Bred Trotting Stock
yearnings, sired by Larco, record 2:28, out of mares oy Th » M ( g7oi, Lotd Bnssell
f16; 7 ), Hcho (402). Bonnie McGregor (J77d) Del Sur OOJ»). i ™ » ; Bex (8:Sl»<)i one
4U77 Romero (i:l9W>. Monroe Cfi ef (875). ° n « sl J_"° e u o ld, by Laroo (3:28); two flrat
O. A. POWELL, Manager.
E. W. NOYES. Auctioneer. »i5-ut
Over the wonderful Mount Lowe
Railway. Rubio Ctfion, Grand
Obaam. Tbalebaha Fal.s, the great
Cable Incline, Kcho Mountain—en
chanting moonlight views-
Beginning Saturday, Aug. 19
And Continuing Eyjry Evening for a Week.
Terminal trains leave Firs'.-street station at
0:30 pm. Lowlnski's lino orchestra, and dauc
lag every evening ln the Muslo Hall of Rublo
Pavilion. Illuminations every eveniug, 8-19 7t
D. G. PECK CO.,
140 N. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES.
->jEmbalming a SpecUltyJt--
FREX FROM ANY TRUST.
Always Open. Telephone 81.
pHICAGO AND THE WORLD'S
\J FAIR. Bend ten cents (silver) or twelve
cents in stamps for a Handy Pocket Guide to
t C Se g eat ekPMltlon; give. t»'«»»«°5 °
value to every visitor. Street Quid., Hotel
Prices, Cab Fare* Restaurant Ralea, etc. Da
tribes the hidden pitfall, for the unwary, and
bin* bow to keep out -th« '»-WJ;
pensabio companion to •« «■» *
windy city will be rent by mall, pott P»W.«n
receipt ol ten oeul a (ailver) or twelve eenuln
stamps. A«to% ifn . AWßD ,pQbll.har,
Ba64 6-30d63t w tr YW "- N - Y
EDWIN B LAKES LEE, M. U.
A U R I 8 T
ROOMS 10 and 17,
MfflFlStfflflQSs 242* 8. BROADWAY.
Notice to Whom it May Concern,
PAWNBROKERS' AUCTION BALI ACCORD
ing to law of unredeemed goM silver,
filled case and nickel watches, diamond and
gold oar t ings, breastpins, rings. .sleeve buttons,
collar buttons, silverware, gold-headedl oanas
and umbrellas, clocks, guitars, mandolins,
, violins banjos, pistols, guns, rifles, opera ana
field glasses, meroheum pipes and cigar hold
ers, overcoats, coats, pants aid vests, valises,
trunks, books, saddles, surveyors' inslrumentt,
drum« and musical lnitrnmen s, and all goods
nawned with me from July 1,1892, to January
1 1803, at No. I*3 North Main street.
L. B. COHN, Pawnbroker.
H. ETTLING. Aoctloneer. 8 HA 6m
CONSUMERS OF WATER FROM THE LOB
Angeles City Wster company plant are
hereby notified that If they permit any build.
Ing or street contractor to use water from their
bvdrants, unless such contractors show a per
mit from this company, their water will ha abut
off without further notice, and a penalty will
be charged tor suoh infraction of tha regula
tions before water will again be put on,
LOS ANGELES CITY WATER OOICpAMTi
610 8m ,