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The Herald Steam Printing House makes a specialty of Legal I'riuting. Briefs, Transcripts, etc., printed at low rates. Reduced Prices. I oiler my stock of doors, sashes, etc., at the following reduced pri n es! WINDOW SASH. Sxll) $1 35 11x12 1 50 u xl3 1 65 11x12 1 65 IOxU 1 75 Hlxl(i 2 25 15x2* 2 75 16x82 3 00 15x38 3 35 I ox Id 3 50 Other sizes In proportion. DOORS. 1.0x8.6x1 inch $1 GO 3.6x6.6x11;, meulded 1 90 2.8x6.8x1* " 2 12 2.8x«.8x1J " 2 25 2.10x6.10x1 J " 250 Bx7xll " 2 75 Every other size In proportion. Also great reduction in paints, oils aud glass, at No. 28 Los Angeles street, under the White House. B. Raphael. Ini-sept27 The Russian Electric Baths of R. Hughes and Wife are located at No. 15 Main street, opposite the Pico House. Gentleman aud la dies will be waited upon by persons if their own sex. novHtf The dry goods and novelty store nf Charles Prager, at No. 5 Com mercial street, is an attructive re soit to the ladies of Los Augeles. Mr. Prager has one of the most ex tensive and recherche stocks of goods ever brought to Los Augeles, and there is absolutely nothing necessary to the feminine toilette which may not be found in his store. He has been guided iv his purchases by a thorough knowledge of the requirements of this section, and the latest fashions and novel tie* may be at all times inspected at No. 5 Commercial street. Give bimacaii. my* Beer has a Falatalniau effect, as Henry Weil, the brewer of the ; Philadelphia Brewery, will testify. * Good beer makes muscle and fat, and all the regular patrons of the Philadelphia Brewery are strong and healthy. It makes the sick well and the healthy stronger; physic is unnecessary and doctors || are pluyed out, if you use the Phil adelphia beer. Leave orders at the brewery or send them by mail. De • llvered free to any part of the cily. •ugM-tf. f A.T. McDonouoh, late of 39 I Spring street, lias just opened the Acme of Fashion at No. 12, Tern- I pie street, where he will be pleased 1 to meet his old customers and the 1 public iv general, to Whom, as he- I fore, lie guarantees the most stylish s and best fitting clothes to be bud j iv the city. Carving knives at Bulhsrland's, ■78 Main street. 2uiy7 ... Notioe. 4k The Ladies' Oyster Rooms, lie- Kvuena street, near Main, opposite Rfhe United States Hotel, are again ripened to the ladies aud will he f carried on iv a strictly respectable ' way, so that all ladies, with or * without escorts, may feel at ease and receive prompt anil respectful Attention. Oysters in every style, ► uhriinps, tea, ootlee, etc., constantly ? trahand. Joe Bayer. Etri 4 if The Messrs. Lips. Craigue & Co. bave made arrangements to receive *>BBonthly cargoes of the famous Ph. Bsst Brewing Company's export lager beers. These beers are made I»t Milwaukee and bottled by the Messrs. Hum in & Meyer. The first of the cargoes arrived yester f day, consisting of an entire load. ; The Messrs. Lips, Craigue & Co., . through this arrangement, are I enabled to offer special advantages to purchasers. The first prizes were awarded to this Ph. Best Ex ' port beer at the Centennial Expo sition, at the Wisconsin State Fair, Beid at Milwaukee, and at the * inter-State Fair held at Chioago. lmspt'2l Razorsof every make at Suther land's gun store, 75 Main street. 2 I Just Arrived. A shipment of Guinness' Extra * Stout, direct from Liverpool, in pints and quarts. Alex. Mckenzie. 1P127 Main stroet, Pouet building, fljos Angeles. au2l-tf f Fishing tackle and cutlery at Sutherlaud's gun store, 75 Main street. 2my7 I Joe Bayer, of Con fess Hall, has Inst received a coiisignmeut of 'fcooa lager beer. It is a su perb article and cannot be excelled a, a draught beer. Oysters, 'shrimps, hot and cold lunches of ail kinds, constantly on hand. Give him a call. Coruer Main and Re quena streets, opposite the U. S. Hotel. o9 - pheap prices at Sutherland's gun store, 75 Main street. 2my7 A. McKE NZIE, DEALER IN fine Wines & Liquors. H. & H. W. Catherwood's PHILADELPHIA Fine Old Whiskies trom their agents, DICKSON, DeWOLF A Co., dan Francisco; ulso, Old Bourbon and Rye Whiskies, L.I mot from Louisville. Ky.,by the Bottle ■ .-rUallori.lttLONV r-HICEa. genuine Scotch and Irish Whiskey. English Ales and Porter. rjIESAMPLEItOOM Is provided with the purest LVINES, LTQUORS AND IM PORTED HAVANA CIGARS. tr ENGLISH ALE ON DRAUGHT. Pcnot's Building:, uln i.ireet, near Court, Los Angeles. WEDNESDAY AUG.^iTim Herald SI cam Printing House. The Incllltles of the Hkrald Steam Printing House for doing Job work arc not surpassed In California outside of San Francisco and Sacramento. All work en trusted to us wilt be executed with neat ness and dispatch at the lowest li\ing rates. NVKCIS.It NOTICE. Herenfter notices of companies, socie ties, churches, etc., will ouly be inserted in the Herai.p as paid advertisements. We reserve, for Places of Worship, a grat is directory, winch will appear every Sunday morning. WAR DEPARTMENT, SIGNAL SERVICE, U.S. ARMY. Division of Telegrams and Reports for the henefltof Commerce and Agriculture. Report.of observations taken at Los An geles, Cal., August|27, 1878. a ti 9 V s p h i s w III W A. it) P. 15 P. Maximum Thermometer, 77. M Inimum 41 59. J. M. Krantz, Observer. LOCAL BREVITIES. The camp meeting of the M. E. Church South will commence at the Azusa September 13th. Mr. Isaac Laukershim arrived from San Diego yesterday, and is registered ut the St. Charles. Billy Brewster bas been tendered a benefit, to take place at the Opera House next Saturday night. Lieut. W. Allen, with a detach ment of 36 soldiers, passed through Los Angeles yesterday eu route to Arizona. Officer Funk advertises iv our "New To-Day," for the owner of a pocket-book found by him yes terday. The September schedule of the Pacific Coast Steamship Company appears elsewhere in this morning's Herald. Wood's Last Sensation exhibited to un immense house at Downey lust night. To-night they show at Anaheim. In Judge Peel's Court yesterday, a C'hinamau was fined $10 for as saulting aunt her Mongolian and i n Uelault was sent up for ten days. Captaiu George A. Johnson, of the Pefiasquitas rauchn, Sau Diego county, passed through Los Ange les yesterday, eu route to San Fran cisco. The order restraining the city from using waler for street sprink ling, was dissolved in the District Court yesterday, and In the after noon, tin? pact! were busy laying the dust. One hundred und twenty tickets, including those taken hy members of the companies, will have to be sold to secure the Bremen against loss, in theirexcurMon to Anaheim next Sunday, In a row \\l Anaheim, AU Suu day, a Chinuinaji named Un Sin Ock ol the Qunng Chow Company, killed I,.nth Tuck, a countryman, of the Miv Yuoug Company. The murderet has not yet been ar rested. Mose Engel, ad ttgent for Wood's List Sensation, leaves foi Ventura and Santa Barbara to day. We commend him to our brethren of the press us a good bus iness man and a clever fellow gen erally. Miss Margaret Kern has bought out Moore's Lodging House on lhe comer of First and Wilmington streets and will OUDtIOUe to keep it in first class style. Wm. Moore will still he couuected with the house an manager. A continuance of custom is solicited. The regular monthly social of Merrill Lodge, [. O. G. T„ which was to have beeu given next Mon day evening, lias heou postpaned one week, in order not to interfere with tho.eutertainmeut of the Los Angeles Academy, which takes place ou Tuesday evening next. Iv our report of the last meeting of Council we statetl that Ira Car penter presented a petition asking that money expended in grading In front of his lots be refunded, jjt should have read, for grading the interjection of Second and Olive streets. Wo acknowledge the compli ment of an invitation to attend the First Anniversary Ball and Seventh Reception of the Stella Social Club, of Santa Ana. It will come off at Syca more Hall on Friday evening, September 6th. Tickets, includ ing supper, have been put at $2 50. Captain Bob Waterman—he who was known In early days as "Bully Waterman," and who brought the "Challenge" round the "Horn," was In Los Angeles yesterday. The green and salad days of his youth having passed away, Captain Wa terman solaces himself in his green old age with a fat Government berth. Long may he wave ! Loa Angeles people registered at San Francisco hotels Monday: W. McKee, T 8 Hall, Airs Lemau, A Solano, W S Maxwell, 0 H Bush, Mrs S VV Crajgue.J A Moerenhaut, L Licbtenberger, L Roeder, S Hellmau, H R Brown,J Bernstein, T H Smith aud wlfe.HK W Bent, T C Severance, J JSayer, Mis TJllman, Mrs Jones, Miss C Jones, Palace; J Meagher, R H Hewitt, H W Stoll, J Philllps.C E Herbert, R R Brown, F H Kimball, H Stevenson, Mrs D Newman, Mrs L Lehman, M M Qoodner, A t 'nliler and wife, Runs House; C C Lips, A W Hutton, Grand; E Lowentbal, J Long, Mrs D C Scott, Cosmopolitan; W A Bropby, H Kramer,.! Cri nun ins, International; Capt J E L Ballester, 0 E Miles, J H Parker, W H Perry, Miss Perry, C Herbert, A Solano, H R Brown, Lick House; R Stanley, Baldwin; EG Emeuet, American Exchange; D W MacLellan, G B Hopkins, Br MoGulre, Brooklyn; G E Long, Occidental. , Hannon vs. Palomares. Editor Herald: I see by the papers that certain parties In the Third Supervisorial District are de termined, by fair means or foul, to defeat for Supervisor J. C. Hannon, the present very efficient incum bent. From conversations held with several of the parties who op pose him, I find that there is inva riably a personal motive at the bottom. I believe there is not one voter in tho District opposed to Hannon from purely patriotic mo tives. A meeting was held at Pomona sometime since, and advertised in the Star, calling upon Pancho Palomares to oiler himself for the office. The transaction was seem ingly genuine and legitimate, yet it will not bear investigation. The "large and enthusiastic meeting" was nothing more than a very quiet afiair, gotten up by a few Re publicans for the purpose of put ting a second Democrat in the field to enable them to run in a man of their own. The name of the prime mover does not appear in the newspaper account, but the Chairman of tlio meetlug is a staunch Radical, and the Secretary was the Republican caudidate for Representative at the last election. This fact alone shows Ibe animus of the whole transaction, and any Democrat who allows himself to be prejudiced against J. C. Haunon by such transparent tricks is un worthy of the name. Now, a wortl to friend Pancho. If he allows himself to be used by well known enemies nf Ills party for the purpose of defeating one who, by tacit consent, at least, is the regular Democratic candidate, lie will show himself up in the light of a cat's paw, and can never again hope to be recognized by his party. Justice. Los Angeles, August 27, 1878. [The Herald does not bold it self responsible for the sentiments of correspondents.—EDlTOß.] Some Qualifications. The following graphic narrative appeared iv the Express of the other evening: There was to have been a wed ding at the Moruing Glory saloon, on Los Angeles street, the other evening. A certain gay and glori ous young hack driver, known as "Roxie," had become deeply en amored of a nymphe dv p>ave. He had proposed and had been accept ed, and there was nothing left to complete the happiness of the two except the tying of thesacred knot. It was arranged that this should take place at the aforementioned saloon on the evening in question. Previously, however, "Roxie" re ceived from his lady-love a small purse, with which to defray the necessary wedding expenses, such as purchasing a suit of clothes, taking out a license, feeing a mag istrate, etc. All these things he did np to the letter of the law. When the appointed time arrived a considerable assemblage gathered in the room to see the thiiig dove, and Justice Traffbrd was ou hand to lend it the due form aud solem nity of the law. But the bride groom came not. The expectant bride was arrayed In her wed.line, costume and waited i.t;t too impa tiently for him, but she waited in yam. There was no Roxje. With a prime new suit of clothes upou bis person aud a superfluous mar riage license in his pocket, he had gone ou that bum whence no bride groom was ever known to return. Judge Traffbrd anil the compauy and the would-be bride were greatly disappointed We have beeu waited upon by the Roxie aforesaid, who begs us to say that the only portion of the foregoiug indictment to which he owns up is that which refers to the "bum," but he insists Unit tUo 'bum" antedated tiie whole trans action. He denies, with indigua tion, having been entrusted with any money whatever by the lady above refeired to. Returning so briety made Roxie change his mind about matrimony—simply that and nothing more. As Roxie's body has been pierced hy Apache bullets, und he was for years a gain lant mail carrier on the hazardous route between Ariiona anil New Mexico, we deem it only fair to give him the benefit of his indig nant disclaimer. It will be seen, by advertisement elsewhere, that the many friends of Mr. Valentine Mand propose to run that (rentieniau as a People's candidate (or Supervisor in the first Supervisorial District. They aunounoe that they support him— though many of tho promoters of his election are Republicans—be cause he Is a I borough farmer and an honest man. In view of tbe fact that Mr. Maud is a consistent Democrat, a man of ho.nor and ap proved probjty, the Democrats can not do hetter than endorse him and turn in and work heartily for his election. COURT REPORTS. District (!»llrl SEPViLVEDA, J. Tuesday, August 27t11. Alexander Weill vs. Norman C. Jones —Demurrer of Jones over ruled; 10 duys to answer. Carrilln vs. MoPhllllp—By con sent set for trial Saturday next, August 31st, at 9 A. M. Lothian & Co. vs. Pio Pico —Ten dayn additional time to defeoda nt to answer. Lucas vs. Pio Pico—Same action. Morris vs. Pio Pico—Same ac tion. Los Angeles City Mfater Com pany vs. Dos Angeles city et al — Ordered th:.t the'restraining order herein issued on the 24th of August bo modi lied as follows: The defend ants are permitted to use the water in dispute for the purpose of sprin kling the streets tonlay between the hours of 2 o'clock p. m. and 5 o'clock p. m. aud Irom to-morrow and uutil further orders of this Court, between and during the hours of 5 o'clock A. .v and 2 o'clock p. M. of eacli and every day. Hinds vs. Gage—Three days fur ther time given to serve aud file statement aud affidavit on motion for new trial. County Court STEPHENS, J. People vs. Benito C. Ybarra— Grand Inroeuy—Verdict of guilty as charged; sentence set for the 29th, at 9 A. m. People vs. Ramon Reyes—Grand larceny; verdict of guilty. Probate Court STEPHENS, J. Estate files—Continued until Tuesday, Sept. 3d, 1878. The Advantages of Short Hair. [Detroit Free press.) The boot-black with bis head shaved is not always an object of veneration, nor does the operation always enhance his personal beau ty. He feels this when it is too late, and he makes it a point to sit down beside bis fellow boot-black with long hair and urge him to share his misery. Wicked Jaok's shaven crown yesterday nodded with satisfaction as he caught sight of Little English at tbe Poßtofilce, and generously divided his quid of gum with the smaller boy, Jack said: "It you bail them hair shaved off' you'd uever have the headache. Tf you keep it on you'll have the worst time uext fall you ever en dured." "I may be dead afore next fall," was the solemn reply. "If you was flghtia' and a bey grubbed them hair, you'd be a goner," continued Jack. "I alius leaves my head in a store when I fight," replied Eng lish, as he turned over his gum. "If you wasstealiu' apples from a tree you might get hung to the limbs by them very same hair. I've known o' hundreds o' jlst such cases, and it went bad witb every one of 'em." "I never eat apples—hate the very Bight of'em," was the answer. "'Spose your mam gets bold of them hair?" "She's off on a visit." "But how you'd look goin' to a funeral." "Never goes to fuuerals—hain't no handkercbeefs to wipe my eyes with." "Looks like more hot weather, aud how you will suffer." Wicked Jack sighed in despair, seemed to fall asleep a few min utes, and finally said: "Well, when you see me an 1 thirteen other shaved heads leadin' fourteen elephants in the circus procession next week, an' all the public cheertn' us and whoopin' up the lemonade and gum-drops, don't say I didn't come to ye as a friend." "Elephants!" echoed English. "Yes—reg'lar ole elephants." "And lead 'em all around and git tickets for the show?" "That's what we do." "And there's one for me ?" "There is one for thee—big feller with white eyes and an awful swing in his hind legs." Little English rose up without another word and made for a bar ber shop, aud Jack softly closed his eyes and murmured: "If ye can't strike the right chord with iove or money, try elephants," There Is a married woman named Ryersnn, living in West Hoboken, N. J., wbo haß given birth to twen ty-six children at eleven accouche ment*, namely, eight times twins, twice triplets, and once four at a birth. Property Transfers. VKOM J U US.) N , till, I.STTIC A Ol RMON'S THA St* SCRIPT OK KBCOaDB.AItt.UST tf7, 1878. CONVEYANCES. Eva Barlow, wife of L L Bartow, lo Geo X Porter and Chas Maclay— Lots 17, 18, blk 17; lots 4, 6, 6, 86, 37, 38, 89, 40, blk 120, San Fernando; 9550. John Osborne to W II Dewell—Lots 3 aud 4, Requena tract., city; S3OO et al. F P Howard, Caroline E Howard to Au gusta App—Lot 13, blk 56, Flower street, city; S4OO. i Pierre, FX Slm«m, by Sheriff, to A Cemte, Jr—Lot 10, blk 4, l J ryor tract, city, on execution; 8000. STOCK REPORT. han francisco srraeu and ex- OUAMSM BOARD. Sam Fbanoiico, Aug. 27. Opblr 4SX @ 43 B b B 19* Mexican .. 25 00@26% Jacket ao 9 to lOfcsJlOK Confidence B * B lumlll ', Mexican -a % U>lllornla...l2 00(0)11'. Otth 3t@2B S»v»Ke 13 00®12% 8 Nevada 40K Ohollar 37X®30 Do Bullion n\«<u Oon Va liVuitl'4 exchequer o '-vs,i> ! . H ii N 9xj@9fc 'Overman „31 Go®2l Point; 10 Halt mi Succor 3 is Jacket aou©t9*i union :igwu>4 Imperial. .1 i«n>i 00 UU 14@135. Julia ~145<@13 Lady Bryan 2®] o> Ken tuck **@B Caledonia 6Xr*» 9.5 Alpha I«H@iOI Justice 9 v<i>si. Belcher 12 J4@ta?« I KVBNINU SESSION. Bah Fhancisco, August 27. It A X Champion 2KS2K Eureka 41 Blk Hawk. .. .Ml 95 Jackson iy t Siting Bull 1 Belmont V,i<Stt Red Cloud IK Leopard S'4(B* 11 So Bodie 1 8I)@2 N89J19 lOKtatO'.-; M White 8 Manhattan. 7 Tip-Top 1 40 Q Prise ili&i S King 15 Navajo 1 s Hill tmSH star 1 30@1 10 Challenge _.IH®l 65 Hamburg 2 NY 1 9032 Hill Side :«i«4 Occidental I'.tjtl Hlghbridge 2mi<4 L Washn 13 Bodie Hi nts Con Washoe IAO Bechtel 1H(!»1 10 Midas 2W«uk McClinton 1 SO.et* Ward a mm'A H Tioga 'i'Aai 71l Scorpion 4Ji«i4 80 Summit skias N Con Va Bnlwer. 14(313 MngStar 4 4X<»'l feHl Syndicate 43*K Benton SM,®W4 Aurora T B Boyle 1 Smi May belle IK s Silver 5k Oriental IK9I 60 Vermont Belvedere 5@4 50 R 4 Ready 1)4 A Tried Remedy for Biliousness. Those who sutler from, disorder or in action of the liver will never get the up per b*ud of the unruly organ so long as they use such Irrational remedies as blue pill, calomel and podophyllin. But from the tried and popular medicine, Houtetler's Stomach Sitters, they may expect relief, with a certainly of obtain ing it. The infiueuce of the bitters upon the great biliary glands Is direct, power ful and speedily lelt. The relief afforded Is not spasmodic, but complete and per manent. The sallowmss of the skin, furred appearanco of the tongue. Indi gestion, eostiveness, headache, nausea, pains through the right side and shoul* iter, in factev«ry accompaniment of the obstinate complaint are' entirely aud promptly removed by a course of this in estimable meUic'ne, in behalf or which testimony Is constantly emanating trom every quarter and from all classes of so ciety. Genuine Marxian's Burton Pale Ale ou draught at McKenzie's. Spring eye needles (our own make) at Sutherland's guv store, 75 Main street. 2rny7 DIED. Deaths Published Qrsilii ft'uucral Notice*. One Dollar. HANNON—In this city, August 2"* th, John Charles Hnnnon, son of P. H. and Catherine Hannon, aged 11 months and 10 days. The funeral will take place from the residence of the parents, below Wash ington street, to-day (Wednesday) at 2 o'clock p. m. Friends and acquaint ances of the family are respectfully Invited to attend. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I . Must, Will and Shall i Give the Greatest Bar gains Ever Known in Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents' ! Furnishing Goods, Hats, ' Boots, Shoes, etc., etc., ; for the Next Thirty Days. i Call Early, as you will find i i it to your greatest advan* ! tage. H. MEYERSTEIN, 49 Main St., Under the Lafayette Hotel. j 27Urn WANTS—DOST—FOUND. Situation Wanted, By a man and wife, on a ranch: man do ing outside work on the ranch and the woman housework. Wages no object. The best of references given. Address H., Herald office. a27-lvr Wanted. A HOUSEKEEPER In a family. A middle-aged woman preferred. She should speak either Spanish or French. Address J. M. V., Herald office. a2S lw Wanted. A responsible party wants to rent a small house, ready furnished, suitable for gentleman and wife to keep house In. No double or part of house will answer. Apply at Herald office. a22lw Furnished House. WANTED-A nicely furnished house oi about four rooms, within convenient distance of the Court House. Address r., Herald office. a22tf FOR SALE—FOR RENT. FOR SALE CHEAP. Ono new two-seat SPRING WAGON and one new TOP BUGGY, with break. Enquire nt l.ankershim'a new mill, cor ner of Commercial and Alameda streets. o.d depot. a27.|m FOR SALE. A NICE TOP-BOGGY FOR SALE LOW.NEARLY NEW. Also, horses for hl/for sale, at WAKELY'S NEW STA BLES, Sanchez street, rear or Pico i House. a2atf FOR ~SALE. If\f\ STAND OF ITALIAN BEES, ' V/U «0 LANGSHOTT HIVES, und nee use ot ranch given for six months. Will be sold for one-third their value. Address Box No. 1141 P. O. alB-lw FOR RENI\ FURNISHED HOUSE of seven rooms, with or without piano, within a bloekof the Fostoffice. Apply at Herald office, alt-lw "Tor rent. A FP.ONT ROOM on Spring street, op- . posits the Postotßce, suitable lor ladles' ut*d children's underwear maker, or a ■"UUner. Apply nt the premises. als-l»- TO RENT. A COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS, Fully furnished with bedding, Inrniture, - kitchen furniture aad water, at No. 132 Kuena Vista street, Los Angeles. Kent, StfJ per month, payable in advance. Ad dress G. W. W.. Herald office- mrs-tf BUCKS FOR SALL , . i I have at my ranch, fourteen miles 1 north of Los Angeles, ou the Ventura road, SOO i.l'alidi MERINO BUCKS • for sale, which I otler at low figures. | a23-lm J. B. LANKEKSHIM. FOIi SALE. By toe Lake Vineyard Land und Water ! Association, the best Orange aud Hemt- Troplcal Fruit Land in the Htate. Watet right goes with tlio land Apply to tba offlce of I\ Beaudry, No. 81 New High St. aplstt F. W. WOOD, Secretary. GREAT BARGAINS. FINK BUILDING LOTS ON HILL STREET, on the Installment plau, Sl5 a ' month. Inquire or MRS. J. HU88R,220 i Hiring street. a7-lm ft lo" ll OOOto Loan, AT THE ft TAB LOAN AND BROKER OFFICE. Removed to No. 6 COMMERCIAL ST. , Will advunce ou collaterals $\taslooo, on all kinds of personal property,, micti as watcher,, jewelry, diamonds, pistol*, t guns, etc. Gold, silver and U. 8. Currei* ay bought and sold. ullU MISS BENGOUGH'S SCHOOL studies will be resuruod at Miss Beu gougu's Select School, No. 3 Second slreet, between Spring and Main, on MONDAY. September 2d Parents and others will please take notice. Los Angeles, AUS. 24,1H75. a27-lw California State Fair, FOB 1876. SACRAMENTO, Cal., Commencing MONDAY. September 16 und closing SATURDAY, Sept. 21. $50,000 CASH, TO BE DISTRIBUTED IN PREMIUMS. I The Exhibition will be divided Into Seven Departments, and the SOCIETY'S ' GOLD MEDAL to be awarded to the i most meritorious exhibition in oocb de , partment. Those desiring Premium Lists will please notlty the Secretary. The Largest Stock Show I AND MOST ATTRACTIVE : SPEED DISPLAY ! Ever offered by any Agricultural Society 1 In the United Slates. ' ATTRACTIVE MILITARY TOURNAMENT. I mw PUBLIC SALE OF THOROUGH . BRED STOCK ou Friday of the Fair. The Central Pacific Railroad and Steamers will carry articles to and from 1 the Fair FREE OF CHARGE. Wells, Fargo * Co.'s Express will de liver all packages FREE not weighing over twenty pounds. > Applications tor stalls at the Park and Space at the Pavilion should be made to j ROBERT BECK, Secretary, at once. ! Membership 15 Single Admission .to cts. MARCUB D. BORUCK, ■ President. ROBERT BECK. Secretary. a3ltd : . SAN PEDRO STREET. i b Property owners on both sides of San c Pedro street, from Mrs. Welnenank'e. on the west side and from A. Heller's on the ' east side, down to the olty limits are no 2 titled to appear bejore the Commission - era, at tho Council Rooms, at s o'clock p. ' a. oc WEDNESDAY, AugustMth. ? i JOSEPH HUHEIt, I mil 2t Secretary. NEW TO-DAY. AT THE "JE* STORE » JUST OPENING I AN INVOICE OF NEW T E -A- SI ALSO, V FINE ASHOHTMENT OF New Goods Direct from the East, CONSISTING OK Cordon <fc Dillworth's Fruits, do do Cranberry Sauce, in glass, do do Salad Dressing, do Larrabee's Cracknells, do Kindergarten, do Eastlakes, Alberts. BLUE POINT OYSTERS, FULL WEIGHT, THE FINEST OYSTERS IN THE MARKET. APPLE BUTTER, WALNUT AND MUSHROOM CATSUP, HAMBURG AALB, PICKLED EELS, DEVILED TONGUE, TURKEY, CHICKEN and HAM. Whittaker, Star, Ames, Durfee and Banner XX A. 3VI JS. EXTRA MILD BREAKFAST BACON. BOURBON ~W H I BKLE V For Invalids', Guaranteed a Choice and Pure Article, Selected Especially for Medicinal Purposes. COFFEE! COFFEE! COFFEE! FRESH ROASTED and Ground Every Day. MYERS <fe MENDELSON, 43 eEtra-d OO jßtoyjjQjgr St. SERGEANT-AT-ARMS. The undersigned begs leave to an nounce himself as a candidate for Ser geans-at-Arms of the Constitutional Con vention. AH.MILLER. Los Angeles, July 23, 1878, J24-t s2B Candidate for Supervisor. DON JOSE RUBIO announces himself , as a candidate for Supervisor ol the First District. He Is one of our oldest and most substantial citizens, and places himself before the voters of the District . as one who will caretully and honestly guard their interests. »2S-td FOR SUPERVISOR-FIRST DISTRICT. C. R. 11 IT BER announces himself a« a candidate for election as Member of the Board of Mupervlsors from the First Dis trict, the election to take place Wednes day, September 4th. a l?5" Candidate for Supervisor. J.C. HANNON aunounccs himself as a caudldate for re-election to tiie Board of Supervisors from the Third Dlstrlot— I the election to take place Wednesday, September 4th. allnl R. F. COLEMAN & SON, jPIAISOS <Sc organs. Agents for the celebrated PACKARD <fc TABOR ORGANS, GARDNER BROS, and other first-class PIANOS. Instru ments sold on The Installment Flan. PRICES and TERMS to suit the times. Headquarters at L. LEWIN m CO.'S STORE, Nos. 14 and 16 SPRING ST., Los Angeles. Jcfl-lm J. F. REDDING Will devote his attention to lhe slakking of Wells, Cesspools, Vaults, etc. •aS-Also. WHITEWASHING, HOUSE CLEANING and GENERAL JOBBING WORK. Orders may be leit at this office or with Jesse Butler, Main street. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Jy3-lm For Santa Monica. A COVERED CARRIAGE 18 NOW RUNNING DAILY BETWEEN Los Angeles & Santa Monica, ' Calling at the hotels at 7 each morning. FARE, FIFTY CENTS. ' e.o-1 inters can be left at the American Bakery. aStf J W.M.WILLIAMS. F. THOMPSON. W. M. WILLIAMS A Co., General Forwarding, Storage and Commission Merchants. 1 1 WAREHOUSE san Pedro it. depot. " OFFICE—Nos. 1 and 8, Downey Block, ~ with Thompson A Ellis. N. B.—We are prepared to make liber al loans on grain stored with us at ONE PEH CENT, per month. aVU* F. G. HANNA & CO., 173 MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES, SELL ALL KINDS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS. ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE D. M. Osborne & Co. Self-Binder, The Most Successful Machine on the Coast. The Lion Self-Dumping Hay Rake. Stover & Freeport Windmills, THE BEST in the WORLD PUMPS AND TANKS A BPECIALTY. ■ST DON'T FAIL TO CALL AND SEE US. SIMMONDS' i>fil>ol> Whisky Bas been foil ml a remedy tor INDIGES TION, DYSPEPSIA and NER VOUSNESS. It Id sovereign In Us eO'cacy for Medicinal & Family Purposes. The Medio it Faculty concur lv the judgment thai it is A PURE STIMULANT AND TONIC AND THE CONQUEROR OF DYSPEPSIA. None genuine unless labeled with the Hlgnature of Q. SIMMONDS, Sole Pro prietor, over the cork. PREUSS & SCHUMACHER, SOLE AGENTS FOR LOS ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY. Who will supply the trade at the same Erlce and terms that tbe goods can be ad from the proprietor, in San Fran cisco. aZI-lra BOILER MAKER. M I am vow prepared to do all kinds of Boiler Work and Repairing BOILERS promptly attended to and satisfaction guuranleed. A. DOHN. Joia-iiu P. O. Box. No. 2M. VETERINARY SURGEON. C. H . EDMONDS notifies tbe owners of horses and other stock tbat be baa opened an office at the PONY STABLES, No. IDS Mala street. Will treat the dis ease known as bloody murrain In cattle, andruarautse a cure. jylM-lm Picnic Grounds- SOCIETIES and private parties desir ing to secure picnic grounds would do well to consult tbe Messrs. EBERLE & BRO. f OF THK CITY GARDENS. These grounds have been prepared re gardless of expense and are provided with one of the largest and best dancing pavilions outside of Han Francisco. Arbors, Ten-pin Alleys, Swings, Hori zon iul Bars, Shooting Gallery, and In deed, everything necessary for the amusement of picnickers, and will be let cheaper than any other grounds In this vicinity. No improper persons will be admitted to the Gardens under any circumstances. Lunch can at all times be procured at the house. mO-tf Fire Insurance. Fire Association...of Philadelphia. Commercial of Ban Fraucisoo. Standard Fire and Marine of New Zealand Qleu'a Fails...of Glen's Falls, N.Y. security of New Haven Commonwealth ef Boston Manufacturers of Newark $25,000,000 POLICIES ISSUED HEBE. I 8. Moohi, 1 FRANK McOOY. AGENT. J Si.spi ing Hi.,central Block, Los Angeles. SST-NOTICE TO FARMERS.—Policies Issued on GRAIN, standing, cut, thresh ed or In sacks. aiO*lm NEW SALOON. QERMAIN PELLKQKIN. 152 MAIN ST., Corner of FIRST. The finest brands or Llqu.rs and Wtnss always on hand. FINE CIOAKM. Cold Lunch every day. 1 cordially Invlie my friends and the public to give am- a mil, and I promise tbem courteous treatment and prompt attention. GERMAIN PELLEOBIN, Jyie-lm Propieior.