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run Hkrai.d Steam Printing iousrc makes a specialty of Legal rlntlng. itriefs, Transcripts, etc., . rluted at low rates. Reduced Prices. I ofler my stock of doors, sashes, etc, at the following reduced pri ces: WINDOW SASH. Sxlll $1 35 !ixi_> 1 SO Wit 13 1 65 Uxl2 1 68 10x14 1 75 Klxlti 2 25 15x28 2 75 15x32 3 00 15x36 3 35 15x40 3 50 Other sizes iv pioportion. DOORS. 2.0x6.8x1 inch $1 00 3.6x6.6x1}, moulded 1 90 2.8x6.8x1* " 2 12 2.8x8.8x1* " 2 25 2.10x6.10x1J " 250 Sx7xlJ " 2 75 Every other size iv proportion. Also great reduction In paints, oils and glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles street, under the White House. B. Raphael. lvi sept 27 The Russian Electric Baths of R. Hughes and Wife are located at No. 15 Main street, opposite the Pico House. Gentleman and la- Ilea will be waited upou by persons >1 their own sex. uovl4tf The dry goods and novelty store of Charles Prager, at No. 5 Com mercial street, Is an attractive re sot tto the ladles of Loa Angeles. Mr. Prager has one of the most ex tensive and recherche stocks of goods ever brought to Los Angeles, and there Is absolutely nothing necessary to the feminine toilette which may not he found in his -tore. He bus been guided in his pu rebuses by a thorough knowledge of the requirements of this section, and the latest fashions and novel ties may be at all times inspected at No. 6 Commercial street. Give him • call. nii'7 Teutntia Saloon, 123 Main Street. The celebrated Fredericks nuroii Lager Beer will be, from his day, on draught and be kept all through the Summer months on ice. Hot lunch from 11 to 2 o'clock; .11 delicacies always on hand. Tony Faber, tny29lf Manager. A. T. McDonougii, late of 39 Spring street, has just opened the Acme of Fashion at No. 12, Tem ple street, where he will be pleased lo meet bis old customers and the publlo iv general, to whom, lis be fore, he guarantees the most sty lisli slid best littlug clothes lo be had in the city. Ladies' scissors and pen knives at Sutherland's gun store, 75 Maiu Street. liny 5 Notice. The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, Re iiuena street, near Main, opposite the Uuited States Hotel, are again opened to the ladies and will be carried on in a strictly respectable way, so tbat all ladies, with or Without esoorts, may feel at ease and receive prompt and respectful attention. Oysters in every style, ilhrlmps, tea, coffee, etc., constant ly >v hand. Joe Bayer. «Df,C The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co. bave made arrangements to receive Monthly cargoes of the famous Ph. But Brewing Company's export lager beers. These beers are made it Milwaukee and bottled by the Messrs. Stain ni dt Meyer. Tbe list of the cargoes arrived yester day, consisting of au entire load. The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co., through this arrangement, are enabled to oiler special advantages to purchasers. The first prizes were awarded to this Ph. Rest Ex port beer at the Centennial Expo ■itlnu, at the Wisconsin State Fair, held at Milwaukee, and at the luter-State Fair held at Chicago. Imai>r2l Guns, rifles and pistols at Suther land's gun store, 75 Main street. 1 McKenzie's. Wo to McKenzie's, 129 Main street, Ponet block, for the finest domestic and imported liquors aud ■rlnes, by the bottle or on draught. The purity of these wines and 11 --I'iors Is guaranteed,, and McKen (jti's boat of customers testify as to their merit, jsff Powder, shot and caps at Suther land* gun store, 75 Main street. 1 Joe Bayer, of Congress Hall, has tust received a consignment of 100 a lager beer. It is a su perb article and cannot be excelled at a draught beer. Oysters, ehrlmps, not aud cold lunches of all kinds, constantly on hand. Give him a oall. Comer Maiu and Re quena streets, opposite tbe U. S. Hotel. o9 Cartridges and ammunition of all kinds at Sutherland's gun store, 75 Main street. lmys A. McKE NZI £, DEALERJH Fine Wines & Liquors. H. & H. W. Catherwood's PHILADELPHIA Fine Old Whiskies rrom their aients, DICKSON, DeWOLF .». Co., Han Francisco; also, u|a Bourbon and Ryo Whiskies, Direct from Louisville, Kv.,by the Bottle pr gallon, at LOW PRICES. Genuine Sootgh and Irish Whitley, gngtith Alee «nd Porter. T HE SAM I*LE ROOM Is provided with the purest WINES, LIQUORS AND IM PORTED HAVANA CIGARS. BUNGAY AUG. 18, 187 a Herald Steam Printing House. The lucllltles of the llerai.o Steam Printing House for doing Job work are not surpassed In California outside of San Frauclsco and Sacramento. All work en trusted to us will bo exeouted with neat ness and dispatch nt tbe lowest living rates. NPEtfai. niirni.. Hereafter notices of couipiinles, socle tics, churches, e'.e., will only be Inserted In the II KiiAi.o ms paid advert Iscments, We reserve, for Places of Worship,* grat is directory, which will appenr every Sunday morning. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE U. S. ARMY. Division of Telegrams aud Reports for the henefltof Commerce and Agriculture. Report iif observations liiken at Lob An geles, Cal,, August 17, 1878. v m I ■ A. Uf. 'P. M. 8 W W Maximum TUormonifter, 8>. Minimum " GO. J. M. Frantz, Observer. CHURCH CHIMES. Catholic Cathedral. — Main street, below First. First Mass at Ba. m.; last mass, at 10 A. h. ; Catechism ut 2SO p. M.: vespers at 7 P. M. Old Catholic Church. — opposite the Plaza. First, massnt 5:30 A. m.: sec ond mass at 7 a.m.; last mass at 0 a. m ; Catechism ut 3 p. m.; vespers at 4 p. m. St. Athanaisius Episcopal Church. — Corner of Temple and New Ilish streets. Rev. Wm. H. Hill, Rector. Ser vices at 11 A, M. and 7:45 p.m. Sunday School at If. Seats free, and all cor dially Invited. Fort st. M. E. Church. — Rev. George S.Hlckey, Pastor. Preuchlng at 11 a. m.. an d 7p. H. Sabbath School at 1% p. m Class meeting Tuosday evening. Prayer meeting Thursday evening. Trinity M. E. Church SouTH.-Sprlng street, between First and Second. Rev. Millard Law, Pastor. Preaching every Sabbath at 11 a. m. nnd 7 p. M. Sun day School 0:30 a.m. Prayer meeting 7:15, every Wednesday evening. Baptist Church.—Spring street, be tween Fourth aud Finhstree s. services at II A. and 7 P. at. Sunday School directly after morning service Seats free, and the public are cordlallv Invited. Prayer meetings Thursday evenings. PRESBYTERIAN Chdrch.—Rev. T. M. Cunningham, I). D. Services at Good Templars l Hall, every Sunday ot II A. M. and 71, p. h. Sunday School Immediately alter uiorniug service. First Conoreoavionai. Church. — New High street. Rev. D. T. Packard, Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7p. *t. Sunday School at U%. All are cordially Invited. Unitarian Services — Union Hall, Spring street. Rev. John D.Wells, Min ister. Services every Sunday at 11 A. H. Sunday Schorl anornoon at 12:15. Seats free. All are cordially invited. Church of Christ.—Preaching lv the Court House by t tie Taster, John C Hay. at II a. M and 7p. M. Sunday School at 10 a. M. EVAhqemi'al Lutheran Church— Rev, A. Geyer, faster—Servlcea In Union Hall every Sunday at 10:30 A. H. and 7:30 P.M. Suuday School at 9:30 A. .«. LOCAL BREVITIES. The Spring and Sixth i-treet cars vow make regular trips on the Al ameda street track. Mr. G. A, Dobintou, Key. J. D, Wells being absent, will officiate at Ihe Unitarian services to duy. A gooil opporlunity is offered in our New Tosday, to any one With* lug to go into the bee business. We me indebted to our fiitiul Captain Jack Uatliwell fur v taste fully arranged bouqut of exquisite flowers. The Cemetery Committee of the I. O. O. j*., meet at Odd Fellows Hall at 2 o'clock this afternoon for the transaction of important busi ness Captain W. LI. A. Kidd is earn estly preparing himself for admis sion to Hie bar. He is now deeply Immersed in the mysteries of Blaokatone. The Partnership between Patrick Klne und Thomas McMalion, res taurant und saloon keeper- 1 , has been dissolved. For particulars see advertisement. Collector W. W. Bowers, of the port of Sau passed through Los Angeles yesterday, tn route for Sau Francisco. Hu will return on the Orizaba. The following additional sub scriptions to the Home Industrial Aid" Association have beeu secured: Messrs. Reaudry, Nadeau and Glib son $50 each aud Mr. Leake $25. It appears that Gabriel the rob. ber, who was killed on the Sun Vicente raucli on Friday morning, was shot In Ihe face and neck in stead of the back, as reported by us yesterday. The case of a until named Mitch ell, charged with petit iasceny, was partially heard before Judge Peel yesterday and continued until Monday to procure further evi dence. The irresistible Captain Jack goes down to Santa Monica to-day, where, we trust, the fates will be more propitious aud accord him an interview with the languishing Llllie B. lv the filial uhampionsliip game of base ball, ut Boyle Heights, yes terday afternoon, between the Ac ademy and Nameless Clubs, the latter won the game and with It the Liude silver ball. All members of I. O. O. F., in good staudiug are notified by ad vertisement iv our New To-Day, to meet at the Lodge at 2 P. M. today to attend tbe funeral of their lata brother, Lawrenge ii.h-i ~ Bishop Elder, the newly appoint ed Coadjutor to Archbishop Ale many of San Francisco, is an American, descended from one qf the oldest families of Baltimore and is a member of the order of St. Sulplce. A prisoner named Arzaga, serv ing out v sentence in the county Jail for petit larceny, being sick, en Friday was aMo wed to walk iv the jail yard for air and exercise. During the temporary absence of the Jailor I- <•■<•« • " The Bar Mitzvah of Xlaster Man uel Cohn, sou of Mr. and Mrs. I. Cohn, yesterday morning at the Synagogue, was a very interesting ceremony. The neophyte delivered his address in a most touching manner, many of tbe congregation being affected to tears. In the af ternoon tbero was a largely attended reception at tbe resi dence of tbe parents, corner of Fifth and Spring streets. Many presents were sent in lo Master Colin, some of them of considerable value. Notable among the gifts was the scroll, containing v copy of the Holy Law, with mountings In solid silver, an heir-loom from tbe liar Miizvah's grandfather, aud which was made nearly one hundred years ago. In common with tbe friends nf the family, we wish Master M.iuuel Cohu every happiness, spiritually and teni perally. Merrill Lodge No. 299, I. O. G. T., last evening elected tlie following delegates and alternates to tbe next session of the Grand Lodge of the States of California and Nevada: Delegates—Messrs. Jesse Yarnell, Julius Lyons, J. \V. Gillette, \V. D. Gould, John R. Briorly, John M. Dunsmonr, W. H. Lloyd, Mrs. J. W. Gillette, Mrs. W. D. Gould, Misses Marian Cuystile, and Mary Porter. Alternates—Messrs. A. C. Dnane, J. IL Blancburd, J. J. Ayers, S. H. Butterlltld, Misses N. Caystile, Lizzie Fisher, Nannie Straus, and Nannie White, aud Mrs. Belle Ingram. The session will be held at Vallejo, commenc ing on the first Tuesday in October, and lasting probably four days. By advertisement elsewhere it will be seen that "Wood's Last Sensation" will exhibit in this city on Saturday next, giving two per formances, afternoon and evening. The troupe comprises twenty-eigbt artists, all of whom stand at the bead of the profession iv their re spective specialties, including ac robatic feats, minstrelsy and vari ety performances. Tbe cavalcade will enter the city at 10 o'clock on Saturday morn ing and, preceded by the magnificent baud wagon, parade through tbe principal streets. The exhibition in all its parts will be one of the most novel and entertaining evergiven in Los Angeles. The Anaheim Gazette says that Mr. Paty, the teamster, between Anaheim aud Silverado, the new mining region, met with a severe accident on Thursday, com iug down from Silverado with a load of ore. He uses a trail wagon, and has oc casion to disconnect at times to get ovei bad places. Connecting again after one of these breaks, he was accidentally caught between the two wagons, and given a very pain ful squeeze. Though suffering con siderably, be was able to get down with his load, and we trust be may feel no protracted inconvenience fi o.n his mishap. Dr. H. H. Allen, BtV. M. W. Reed and Prof. Cox, of Indianapo lis, and Dr. W. P. Johnson and Mr. E. A. Corwin, of Philadelphia, are registered at the St. Charles Hotel. The party arrived here yesterday en route to the Santa Rita mines, Arizona. Prof. Cox, who Is State Geologist of Indiana, visits the Territory in the interest of science, tlie Rev. Mr. Reed for recreation, aud tlie other gentlemen, we be lieve, are interested iv the mines. They will remain here until Mon day, uud tl en resume their jour ney. About one hundred Workingnien assembled in (rout of the Court House, ou Main street, last night, to hear an address from the Rev. Mr. Taylor, of Ala metis. Tlie meeting was organized by electing Mr. Robert Hughes Chairman. He Introduced Mr. Taylor, who spoke for about an hour aud a half. Af ter the adjournment of the meeting Mr. Alfred Moore, President of the Greenback Cilib, announced that the Greenbackers would hold a meeting at the same place next Saturday evening. Mr. Jacohy, ot Downey Block, was up before Judge Pee! yesterday for violating tlie ordinance aguinst lighting fires on the street after dark. It was shown that Mr. Ja coby, as Boon as his attention was billed to the hid, that he was vio lating tlie law, extinguished the lire am), as no alarm had been 800.1114611, he was dismissed with an admonition to be ro >re careful iv future, The Yuma truiu failed to arrive yesterday on accouut of a cloud hurst ou the desert, ou Friday night, betweeu Mesquit and Mam moth Tanks stations. About two miles and a half of truck was washed out. A force of men was sent out from this end and oue from Yuma to repair tbe damage aud it was expeoted that the train would get through last night. This is the third wash out from the same cause that has occurred since (he Ist of July. Mr. C. Mason Kennle, Adjutant- General of the Grund Aimy of the Republic, who has biou visiting Los Angeles on bnsiuess oonuected With his offloe of Insurance Adjust er and who, during his stay regu larly instituted Frauk Bartlett Post, G. A. it., leaves for San Fran cisco to-day. The aunual meeting of the Los Angeles County Bible Society will be held this evening at 7} o'clock, at the Methodist church on Fort street. Briet addresses will be made by Rev. Drs. Cunningham and Hill of this city, aud Rev. John Thompson of Oakland,. The pub 119 oordially fuvitetl. The Masons to the number of about sixty will go to Anaheim to morrow (Monday) to assist It) the ceremony of laying the corner atone of the new school-house. The train will start from the Alameda street (old) depot at 10 o'clock A. M., sharp, city time. John Smith, charged before Judge Peel yesterday with selling liquor without a license, was discharged, Rambler, tbe prosecuting witness, over whose eye Smith lutd erected a mansard roof thourly before, failing to appear, ining shear/a and budding » at Sutherland's gu.i store, sin street. linys A Correction. Editor Herald: I deem it due to tbe S. P. B. R. Co. and myself to say tbat tbe charge made by the Yuma Expositor, and copied and commented upon editorially by the Express of this city, to the effect tbat I went to Yuma aud person ally conducted the city election held there ou Tuesday last, is un true in every particular. I was In Yuma on that day but remained at tho depot, where m.f. business was. I challenge any voter of Yuma to truthfully say tbat I either direotly or indirectly sought to influence his vote, or 1 hut 1 gave counsel, or did anything to effect tbe result of Baid election. The lilea.of au An geltfio manipulating an election with tbe thermometer ut 110°—in au ice box—ls an absurd absurdity. Yours, E. E. Hkwitt. Los Angeles, Aug. 17, 1878. Call Upon Mr. Palomares. A large aud enthusiastic meeting of the citizens of this place con vened nt tlie oflloe of J. B. Parkrr, E*q., on this date. J. B. Parker was chosen cliair raan and J. E. Me Co inus, Secre tary. The following resolutions were discussed and passed uuauiuiously: Retolved, That F. Palomares be requested to stand as a candidate for election to tbo office of Super visor of this district ut the ensuing election, to be beld September 4:b, 1878. Resolved, That a copy of the above resolutions, and the proceed ings of this meeting, be sent In K. Palomares and to the editors of the various pipers in Los Angeles city, for publication, J. E. McComas, Secretary. Pomona, Los Angelea oouuty, All,'. 18: h, 1878. COURT REPORTS I»t»lrl«.| Court SKI'UI.VKIU. I, Saturday, Aug. 17. Long vs. MlJler—By consent set for trial Monday, Aug. i>6t,li, at 10 A. M. Hinds vs. Gage et al.—Ordered that dtffudants have ten days from date hereof to lile statement and affidavit on motion for a new trial. County C art STEPHENS, J. Saturday, Aug. 17. People vs. M. J. Smith—Forgery. Given until Monday at 9 A. M. to plead. People vs. M. J. Smith—Same. A. KO'lUr, Guardian ad litem of John A. White, vs. T. D. Molt ami H. C. Wiley—On motion of de fense ess coutiuutd for the term and Jury discharged. People vs. T. Lynch—Assault with intent tn murder. Given un til Monday at 9 A. M. to plead. People vs. D. W. Gage, et. al.— Passed until Monday the lOtli at 10 A. K. t'rubale court. Estate of Michael Conrad, deceas ed—Final account heard and al lowed. Cenkling and Blaine's Opinion. [New York letter to the Cliioluuati I D< qulrer.] The morning on which I left New York for Saratoga I met Sen ator Fenton at lho Fifth Avenue hotel. "If you had been here ten min ute* ago," aald Kenton, "you'd have heard a good thiug between Blame and Conkling;." "What wan ii?" I asked. "Well, Blame aud Conkling met by accident, when Blame said to Conkling, jokingly: "I say, Coukling, what do you think we'd all better do this Fall — remain square Grant Republicans, Andy Johusonize with Hayes, or take a baud with the new Labor party witli Kearney aud General Butlei?" " Oh, I don't know," replied Conkling, looking very quizzical; "Ideu't know. The fact is, Blajne, I'm waiting to see Where tlie most ohlckens are going to roost. You know, Senator, that it's always bet ter to straddle tbe fence (ban to land in the'wrong; pa,d tire. How do you feel about it, Blaine'*' "Well," said Blame, us he blow ly rubbed his silver-grey whiskers, "I feel a good deal as my uood old mother felt mice before when I was about going into a political cam paign." "How was lhat?" asked Conk ling. "Well, Just before I wont iutn the political campaign of '56, I went to my good old mother aud asked her advice." "What stand shall I take, mothei?" I asked. "Well, James," she unswered slowly, "if you want to be sure to stand just right, you just stuud for liberty, and don't you lean cither way." "Blame," said Conkling, grasp iug the great straddler's hand, "let us both staud for liberty." "So they are both standing for liberty now, Senator?" I asked, "Yes, there's where Blame aud Conkling stand now, and neither of them, will leuu a hair toward Grant or Hayes, or Kearney aud Butler, until Ihe nominations for 1880 are out. You cau rest assured of that." Cards and Croquet. LBurltnztou Uawkeye ] Ouo (lay (his Summer we rode fifty miles iv a railway car, seated, behind four mou, wbo were play ing with those tivvft:l playthings of the d,evil—cards. They played eucre until they were tired of it. They played a little seven up, pe dro, and occasionally a trifle of poker. We never heard a dispute. Their burst! of merriment occa sionally at some unexpected play repeatedly drew our eyes from our book. They never quarreled, and never called names onoe. When we got oqt at our station we sat ut our window and watohed a party of young men and maidens play croquet. In fifteen minutes we saw two persons cheat suc cessfully. We heard the one player who did not cheat accused uf cheating five times. We heard four distinct, bitter quarrels. We heard a beautiful young girl tell two lies, aud a meek-looking young man three, aud finally we saw the yqumr girl throw her mal let against the fence so hard It frightened a hone, the other young I girl pounded her mallet so hard en the around that it knocked tbe buds off an apple tree; they both banged into the bouse at different doors, and the two young men looked sheepish and went oil" after a drink. Now, why Is this? Isn't croquet a good, moral game? A stock actor, recently inter viewed, said: "I am forty-one and have been ou tbe stage since I was sixteen. In the course of my pro fession I huve been murdered over four thousand times, I bave jumped over hundreds of preci pices, been marjlcd on au average over four times a week and fought twelve hundred duels. I usually drink out of golden goblets—that is, when I am a king; but in pri vate life I am as affable as an auc tioneer, as you insist on it, I'll (uke another cocktal l , with a little lemon in it." STOCK REPORT. «AN PRAMpHOO STOCK AMP 1 X OIIANCIH in 1 Aim. BA.lt KHANOIBOO. Aug. 17 Oplilr 11 OO&UK Contljecoo...6 00®7 OC HcKlran. ..23 V&nx ii Nevada..36 t)0®:)« f* * O lii , ,iv v n..v ntati 15 OOSjIBSi ll* II la (i i.|,i:)4 Bullion lu',*vle'< oalllurnta-.11 (Mr.vll 1 . Exchequer...6Tt(is6 (lv Suvaee 12!(&13 W) Overman....ls uixuiH 7 , Qhollar 37Kia>38 oo Justice 7 t.o®7it Oon Vl 9!f Dnion 27 OC®X7H H *N » fiC®l)4 Alts ..12 OOlgill'; luiiwn Point..»T,f*9!( lulls ItHMm OJ Jacket 16 taTOUM Belcher 11 uo@tox Kentu-k „-..«)« Lady Bryan 2 On Beg Bil 31 oo Huccur 1 40@1 CO Genuine Marriau's Burton Pale Ale on draught at McKenzie's. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Must, Will and Shall Give the Createst Bar gains Ever Known In Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Coods, Hats, Boots, Shoes, etc., etc., for the iext Thirty Days. Call Early, as you will find it to your greatest advan tage. H. MEYtSRSTEIN, 49 Main 3t., Under the Lafayette Hotel. JSMm WA NTS—LOST-FOUND. Wanted. A YOUNG) QI RL to do housework In a small family. Inquire at 111) Fort at eet, opposite M, E. Church. all st Situation Wanted, Hy a thoroughly experienced Bookkeep er and Accuuntunt, writes a good aud rapid hand, correct at figures, and not .ifrald of work, can furnish flrst-cla** references and testimonials. Address M it, care Herald otllce. alij Found—Ladies' Hose. A park age containing two pairs of white Hal brlggan and one pair of blue silk ladies' hose aud a bottle containing Kaii de Lys. 'ihe owner can recover the same lrom Chu-i. Zuluuf, at Brown's lies- ■ taurant. a 15 Partner Wanted Tn a welt established business, or will dispose of the whole business on satis factory terms, If dehlied. Address ft., j Heiald (fflcd. 1.8-lw PIANO. W \ NT ED TO RENT, with the prlvll oce oi purchase, A PIANO. Must be good toue and cheup. Address P. 0. box mil. i>7-3t FOR SALE—FOR RENT. 1 FOR RENT. FURNISH El> HOUSE of seven rooms, with or without ptntio, wllliln a block of the Poslolnoe. Apply nt Herald office. nio-lw | FOR KENT. A FUO.N 1' ROOM on Surlnt; street, op- j posltelhe Postofltce, aultuble lor ladles' 1 und children's underwear maker, or a inllllrcr. Apply nt the premises. als-lw TO RENT. A COTTAGE OF FOUH ROOMS, * Fully furnished with heddiug, furnlluro, 1 klte.tieu lurnlttire uud wetter, at No. I'M Mueim Vistn street, Los Angeles. Rent, $- f i per month, paynblt In advance. Ad- i dross G. \V. W.. Herald oidce- mr.Vtt ITOR WALK. j By the Lake Vineyard Land and Water Association, the best Orange and Semi* Tropical Fruit. Land in the State. Wat ef i light goes with tne land- Apply to the . 0if.03 of I*. Ueaudry, No. 81 New High St. apISU F. W. WOOD, Secretary. GREAT BARGAINS. FINE BUILDING LOTS ON HILL. STRKET, on Lhe installment plan, 815 a I month. Inquire ol MUS. J,. U ÜBJCR, v. J M • Spring street. aT-lm ~TO LOAN, $2,000, ()N GOOD COLLATERAL OR REAL ™ tfecurily. Apply to room No. 3, Mc- Donald Block, Main street. aull-lw to $1000 to Loan, AT THE STAR LOAN ANO BROKER OFFICE. Removed to No. «. COMMERCIAL ST. Will advance ou collaterals tl to tIOOO, on all kinds of personal property, audi aa watobes, Jewelry, diamonds, pistols, guns, etc. Gold, silver and U. S. Curren cy bought und sold. u,llll Rooms and Board. Qontletuei. nnd tbeir wlvei nnd single gents can be uccommoJuted with board and fine, large, front rooina, containing all modern conveniences und homooom forts, ut the KIMBALL MANSION, New High atreet, only one block from the Posloinoe and Court House, and commands a charming view of mountain and valley. JelStf Marster's Self-Regulating FEEDER FOB THRESHING! MACHINES, ta the only Feeder manufactured tb&t feed* without moving all the straw In a body, con sequently giving a more regular feed than it la possible to obtain with a draper feeder; It feeds tba whole length of tbe cylinder; It la saatly changed to toed fast or slow aa desired; I aavea tbe labor of two men and does not re quire an experienced tableman to feed it. The separator needs no alteration with tha t exception of the rotuuv.il of feed board to se cure it In position, aud does not have to he taken off when moving. It roqulrea but lit tle power to run it, and has no complicated i parts liable to got out of order. Its success . having been fully demonstrated, I cordially Invite all parties interested to call and Judge • of lta merit*. F<r full particular! addraaa I. J. MABBTKBB. Stockton, Oal. NEW TO-DAY. LOOK OUT! LOOK OUT! LOOK OUT i FOR BARGAINS AT THE IXL AUCTION CO., No. 9 Commercial St., Los Angeles. .Sliorifr O". Towney's Orders ABE TO SELL THE BAKKET7PT STOCK Of Messrs. M. Polk * Co., 06 Grand St., New York, to turn tho STOCK OP $40,000 WORTH j OjF j DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, INTO CASH IMMEDIATELY. This will be one of the Largest and Cheapest Sales that Has Ever Taken Place in California. .A. T THE LOW PRICES! "2"OTJ CA-IsT Q-HHT 18,000 yards Best American Print sc. per yard. 2500 yards White and Colored Piques, 80. per yard 5,000 dozen Warasutta Spool Cotton 25c. per doz. 5000 yarda slightly soiled Duck. 12} c per yard 8,000 yards Embroideries sc. per yard. Mosquito Net sc' per yard' 550 Straw Hats 25c. each. 5000 pair Lisle Thread Gloves 150. per pair' Meu's Cheviot Suits $4 50 each. Celebrated Beach Collars 12ic per box Casimer Pants $1 75 each. White Dress Shirts oOoeach' White Pique Vests „ 75c. each. Coats and Dusters 60e each' 1 Ladles' Balmoral Shoes $1 per pair. Men's Congress Gaiters tin par pair' Ladies' Elastic Gaiters $1 per pair. Boys' Congress Gaiters $1 25 per pair' Misses' Morocco Sboes $1 per pair. Men's Calf Boots $2 50 uer nalr' Misses' Calf Sboes 51 per pair. Men's Striped Socks 25c. per pair.' \|eS»Now fill thy purse witli money, and call nt once on the IXL COMPANY, No. 9 Commercial street. WHOLESALE DEALERS PLEASE CALL AT NINE A. M.*®* r 1 — NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. RAILROAD EXCURSION SAN FRANCISCO! 1 AN O A VIM!' TO Til IE 1 Mechanics' Fair ! , The flr-Jt excursion ever visiting Sun Frau'.-isco from Southern California will START FROM LOS ANGELES On FRIDAY, August 23,1878, , Palace Sleeping Cars J The train wl 1 leave- [*os Angeles on ! Frit in yat | (IS p. m.. rein ruing the follow* 1 lug Thursday, gtvinj the excursionists Five Days in San Francisco. PRICES OF FARE: SLEEPING CAR, to San Francisco and return 3-2 First-class passenger coacli IV . TICKETS can be obtained or It. It. HAINES, At the Western Union Telegraph office, , orof E. F. SPENCE. At Commercial Bank. ' One car load of passengers will ensure the success ol' the excursion, but not a less uumber. For further part lentars enquire of It. H. HEWITT, Manager. a2ld At tbe Herald Office, Los Angeles. "fob sale. CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS Near Orange and Santa Ana, Whioh were heretofore reserved by (liai se!! A Chapman, are now ottered for sale orrenl. mar-RAILROAD DEPOT VICKY CONVENIENT. Apply toCAPT.GLASSELL.In Temple Rlock, Lo» Angeles, or M. F. i'A HlCfc.it, Orange. U Kit i BOILER MAKER. I am now prepared to do all kinds of Boiler Work and Repairing BOILERS promptly attended to and satlsfuctlou guaranteed. A. DOKN, joi'Min P. O. Box. No. 250. WALTER FRUIT DRYER CO. CAP.TAL STQCK. • 100.000. Are now prepared to furnlah THE WALTER FRUIT DRYER And sell S i ATE aud COUNTY RIGHTS on very liberal terms. Fruit growers will take notice that A. 1 Luxk A (.'■>. aud Luke Hres*vieh A Co. I are using the Walter Fruit Dryer on their t mi ms hi Han Jose, and pronounce tbem • tbo best fruit dryers now In use, • Price of Dryers, $3 50 to $7 00 I Call at Iheoffloe of Til AYE R A OrtA- H A M. and ace model of this machine. ; T.C. WALTER, President. , J. H. MAYNARD, Seoretary. r aavcommunications should be ad* • dresaad to GEORUE A. WILLIAMS, Agent, ?(ISprlng street, l.o* Angelea. Principal ofßoe—4lB Callfoinia atreet, San Franclai-o. a»-2w For Santa Monica, A COVERED CARRIAGE IS NOW RUNNING DAILY BETWEEN Los Angeles & Santa Monica. Calling at tlie hotels nt 7 eacli morning. ( FARE, FIFTY CENTS. 1 avOrders can be left at the American Bakery. asir Fire Insurance. 1 Fire Association...of Philadelphia. ' Commercial of San Francisco. standard Fire and Mariue of New Zealand Glen's Falls...ot Gleu'g Falls, NY. Security of New Haven Commonwealth of Boston Manufacturers of Newark 5^r.5,525,000,000: POLICIES ISSUED HERE. WAt/lU s. Moouit, I FRANK Mr COY. -VUfcNT. I 3:1 Spring Si.. Central Block, Loa Angeles. MrNOIMK TO FARMERS. Policies issued on GRAIN, standing, cut, thresh - edoriuaacka. a.O-lm W. M. WILLIAM*. F. THOMPSON. W. M. WILLIAMS & Co., General Forwarding, Storage and Commission Merchants. WAREHOUSE—San p.dro st. depot. 1 FFICK-Noa. 1 nnd 8, Downey Block, With Thompson A Ellis. N. H.- We are prepared to make liber el loans un grain atored with ua at ONE PERCENT, per month. a»tf CONSIGNMENTS OF WHEAT And other cereals solicited. LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE. CHRISTY & WISE, 007 FRONT STREET, H)AN FRANCISCO, CAL. aul-dAw-lm Montana Meat Market. FkUELI Nd XX & FRANK, MHBY The best and tendereat Meat* la—lT* In tha market. None but the aVansm Prim oat Beef and Mutton aver to be found. Note th* add rase— Mon tana Meat Market. Main Street, near First. Lo* Angelas NEW YORK BREWERY PHIL. LAUTH (Successor to chria. Henna) Proprietor. Ths CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST BRILLIANT LAGER BEER Sontu of San Franclaeo. Order* ror DRAUGHT or COTTLKD 11..1.11 promptly attended to. The celebrated Beer from thla Brewery defies competition In th* State. mrft-tf PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, ON ALISO STREET. D. MAIILSTEDr PROPRIETOR. 33 -bLi J3J IR> Said by the barr*l, keg and hotlle, and > delivered lo any |>urt ol tbe city. R. F. COLEMAN & SON, JPIA3NOS & ORGANS. Agents for Ibe celebrated PACKARD et TABOR ORGANS, GARDNER BROS, aad otber flnt-clau PIANOS. Inttra meuta soldou The Installment Plan. PRICES and TERMS to tult th* Han, Headquarters at L. LEWIN * CO.'S STORE, Nos. 14 and if SPRING ST., Los Angeles. Jos-lm BOOKS, TOYS, FANCY GOODS, AND Musical Instruments, FOR THE HOLIDAYS, Can be found In — Immense Quantities AND AT Lowest Living Prices AT THE POPULAR STORE OF LOUIS LEWIN & CO. novitr Picnic Grounds- SOCIETIES and private parties desir ing to secure picnic grounds would do well to consult (be Messrs. EIIERLK <fc BRO., —or TUB— CITY GARDENS. Those grounds have been prepared re gardless of expense and are provide*! with one of tbe largest and beat dancing pavilions outside of San Frauclsco. Arbors, Ten-pin Alleys, Swings, Hori zontal Bars, Shooting Gallery, and la deed, everything necessary for the amusement of picnickers, and will be let cheaper than any otber grounds la this vicinity. No Improper persons will be admitted to the Hardens under any circumstances. Lunch can at all times be procured at the house. nta-tf AGRICULTURAL PARK. SOCIETIES, CHURCHES, CLUBS aad PRIVATE PARTIES will Sod It to their advantage to look at these beauti ful grounds before making arrangements elsewhere. For PIC-NIC GROUNDS It has no equal In the State. ' A NEW DANCINB PAVILION,' One of the largest In the State, Jott eoaai Ced. Fine groves, beautiful lawnf : c Ball grounds, Croquet ground*. ■ awlngs for families and children, hori zontal ban, In fact everything has been > built aud put In the finest order. No lime, trouble or expense baa been spared ' to make It the great pleasure resort of Loa Angelea Tlie finest drive out of the elly. SIMM Cars run to the grounds every al mlnntos for all Picknlcs, H.J.WOOD, nill-tf Proprietor. VETERINARY SURGEON. C. H. EDMONDS nutißea the owner* of horses and other atoek tbat ha tan i .penad an nfll.-e at the PON YST A BUM., I No. I* Main street. Will treat l»*4kv •as* known at bloody murrain In tttiav, and guarantee a cor*. JyM iBBr '