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■PHPAY SEPT. 8, 1878.
Herald Steam Printing House. . The Herni.i steam Printing House Is eat surpassed hi any Job Printing offlee *a ihe PaelSc Coast, outside ol San Fran elsoo. In (Belittles lor doing Job work »V>W prices, good work and expedition jsesjr be relied upon at this offlee. j sssa««»sss»ssss«sessi^™«^«s™s^i^i^ ... I i It wm nut the ability or personal I Mtgutiim of Dennis Kearney ' we»t«h gave bim his notoriety. He li mm*, neither. It was not hla energy Imt hla oratory. He has neither. R ; The lack of tact of his opponents haa been this roan's sole passport to power. If he had been let alone '(.' mm would never have made the align test impression even upon jf California politics, the most im | presslonable in the whole range of tha United States. In Sen Fran | OtMO Kearney waa arrested and re | •treated. There was always some t'' taw In the process; and, through II thaae flaws, he was discharged, i§j thua gaining an eclat which his J own unaided efforts would never | I hare given him. We have been 11 nauoh amused aa well as disgusted f | mt noticing that the marplot tactiea In dealing with Kearney have ex ' tended to tbe national Capital. I When Kearney stood on the steps ; of tbe Capitol at Washington the bum feeble and abortive interposi tion of authority which cbaracter | iMd hla Ban Francisco career was 1 rams rami The Washington cor \ p rjopeodant of the New York .Sun ft that tolls tbe story of Kearney's | advent on the Capitol steps: Tha throng wm well in bend when Kearney and bis private sec retary, Brown, stepped out on the lower piers of tbe broad flight of ■taps which lead up to tbe portico atea rotunda. The night was dark, driaaly, and ralay. There was a cheer aa Kearney appeared. From tha beginning the throng cheered at every turn. Capt. Blackford of the Capital Police, an organization al together distinct from the Metro politan Police, here stepped for ward and told Kearney he could not ba allowed to apeak. Blackford haa thirty men under him. He bad not a man there to support his or ders. No more ridiculous display lo behalf of law and order so-called could have been made. Kearney turned ou Blackford and aaked by wbat authority he prohibited his speaking. Kearney Meld this evening: "Be told me it was some parly by tha name of Clark." It waa Superintendent Clark, custodian of the national Capitol. Kearney retorted that he oame to apeak, and speak he would, uuless arrested, and turning to tbe throng lie aaked If he should go ou. Tbe throne yelled ita approval. There were scattering cheers for Kearney and Blackford. Blackford fell bark and did nothing. Tbe meeting waa organized and Kearney went on. Aa a matter of course there was not the slightest harm io tel ling Kearney speak. No navel waa Interrupted inconvenience caused to any man by bis speak ing. Like lueeciuga were n-p-at -1 edly held in tlie same place la -1 June when Cony i c.is was in pension, i addressed by meu much of Kear ney's way of thinking. fo-uUlit, | however, Kearney haa ihe satlsfac-i 11on, which he is not slow to ex press, tint only of apeak ing from j the Capitol steps, but of speaking in defiance of sucli rule as exists He spoke for one hour without In cident. What he said wni> similar to what he had said elsewhere. He had a little more lo say about Ilie Chines.., and made more fre quent allusion to Congress. Chat was all. Nor was he profane. Com pared with some of ills speeches, the discourse was moderate, but H followed closely in ihe track ot others he has made. iVilh equal Impartiality he apostrophized the and in which the Republican Senate and tbe cud in which the Deiuocntic House sits as sinks of iniquity. "If," he said, pointing up to the great iron dome above lllm, "the man lv the ru i does not hold his nose when he (toes over this dome, then may I be " and a shout from the crowd drown ed tbe last word. There were other local allusions, the most important being a denun ciation of tbe oontraet system aud one of the causes of a recent labor riot. Kearney declared that the government ought lo employ men by tbe day. The usual denuncia tion of the press and John Sher man filled his speech, which had some brief reference to Hayes, but it was significant that this refer ence before a Washington audieuce made up of olerks drew no ap- Elauae. A brisk rain at 9 o'clock roke up the meeting, which closed without Inoldent. Oub local columns yesterday contained two gratifying announce ments. Capt. X inert* Informed us that the Los Angeles Company's well at the Sespe may at any mo ment turn out to be a veritable petroleum bonanza. From Mr. ft. C. MoPherson we learn that confi dence iv the San Fernando oil re gion ia so strong that capital lata in Ban Francisco have entered into an engagement to put up a new refin ery. We confeaa that it ia a Bource of keen regret to us that this refin ery Is not to be located in this city. If ihe judgment of all tha experts who have examined the San Fer tiatuilo region, including the eral neut geologist, Prof. Guuuing, may toe retted upon, that section 1b as redolent of petroleum as were ever Venaugn and Butler counties, in Pennsylvania. The manipulation of the crude oils of such a district would ba a big Iking for any city. Much "f the later growth of Cleve land waa entirely owing to Ihe es tablishment iv that city of oil re doeries. They have been a large factor, also, In the wealth of Phila delphia and Pittsburgh. They are, above all, manufacturing indus trial, which are what this section dk\&» beyond anylhiug else. Our Bang* groves, vineyards, flocks awd berda are sure to expand and Steeper. What we require is a IBrge operative class. | From the fact that Gen. But ler is making a talking campaign all over the East, we are Inclined to think that he has his strabismic •ye placed on a higher prise than the Governorship or Massachu setts. He la unquestionably aim ing to head tbe Greenback and National labor forces in the next Presidential election. The precise status or the Labor-Greenback party will be demonstrated In the approaching Congressional elec tions. It is utterly hope less for any bantling party to expect to command auy ma terial following if the Democracy ahall secure a majoi Ity of the next House of Representatives. While the Democratic party mlg lit lose the next House and yet elect the President, if they triumph In the Congressional eleotions their pos session of every department of the government is a matter of course. Ben Butler, with his private for tune of two million dollars, ac quired by bis shrewdness as a law yer, gravitates by an uncontrolla ble instinot to the leadership of tbe Workingmen and Greenbaokers. The only wonder Is that he failed to discover his natural affinity long ago. Probably his love for the laboring man datos trom the time when the Lowell bricklayer gave him a sound drubbing. From hate to love is a step no longer than that which separates the sublime from the ridiculous. The development of sentiment in the dilettanti and antl-corrup tlon leaders of tlie Republican party is quite interesting, of late. Take the attitude of George Wil liam Curtis, the editor of Harpers 1 Weekly, for Instance. Four weeks ago this elegant exponent of super floe Republican sentiment thought that if Grant were nominated by tbe Republican party tbe disinte gration of that organization was inevitable. Presto! change! The last number of Harpers' Weekly which arrived iv Los Angeles still thinks that Grant would be a bad candidate, hut that Grant, as a practical dictator, is preferable to tbe asceudancy of Ibe communistic element iv the United Stales. The elegant Curtis puts tbe proposition thus: "If, Indeed, we have come "to the end of the government and "the death struggle of society, let "us all unite and secure the order "that reigned iv Warsaw and de "maud a military dictatorship as "belter than anarchy." This is a humiliating confession from oue of the orgaus of the onoe powerful Rspublicau party! The editor of the Anaheim (ta zette is busy in,, himself witli Ihe labor of creating a tempest iv a tea pot, the wrrole agony and effort being founded ou the as<uiuptioii that we said that Anaheim, In common with nearly all lowne in California juu now, is dull. Sun Francisco herself has uot beeu au execution to tins rule, aud even iv Los Angeies tfej li ivo claimed no exempli.vi from the common fate. We feel perfectly certain that no smsibie resident of Anaheim will put a wrong oousuuctiou on our perfectly good-humored and iuuo ceut remniks, and If tile editor of tbe Gazelle shall continue to be agitated,wiiiio wu shall deplore the event, iv view of our perfaut ina bility to prevent it, we shall h:tve to lie resigned. Postmaster General Key has arrived in Sun Francisco, and his trip, us marked out, includes Los Angeles. We shall be glad la us Mr. Key, especially us he has quit making the peculiar speeches which distinguished his swing around the circle with Mr. Hayes, oue year ago. Iv that pageant he played the erring Southern sinner with infinite bad taste, aud to the disgust of the mass of the Ameri can people. As a disorganize rof the Southern Democracy, Mr. Key has not proved a success. As a man and a tourist we shall be glad to see him in the Orange city. Large purchases of barley are being made in Los Angeles for Sac ramento account. The Grange Store, In this city, is now filling an order for live car-load*, of fifteen tons each, for Sacramento. Tbe agent of a San Franoisco firm says that ours ia the best barley he lias seen in the State outside of a por tion of the Sacramento valley. This is pleasant news for our farmers. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. (Mpeolal to the Herald by tbe Western Union Telegraph Company.l Pacific Coast News. San Francisco, Sept. 7th.—The citizei a' relief committee of Sacra mento to-day telegraphed $667 50 to tbe Governor of Louisiana, the same to tbe Governor of Missis sippi and $445 to the Governor of Tennessee, to be distributed by them for the benefit of yellow fever sufferers. atelier ■•aaaree-raetaaaeter Sea. eral Key's Meveaeeaw. San Francisco, Sept. 7th.—An oratorical and musical entertain ment ii being gotten up to come off some time next week tor tbe bane lit of the yellow fever sufferers. A number of prominent public speak er! will take part, speaking on such subjects aa they may them selves select. Tbe Treasurer of the relief oommlttee reports over $12, --000 thus far collected. Postmaster General Key and party to-day visited the Cliff House and Woodward's Gardens. This evening' thay will attend the Mechanics' Fair; to-morrow they will pasa tbe morning in Oakland, going to Belmont lv the afternoon aa guests of Senator Sharon, where tbey will remain over Sunday. Monday eveutng there will be a re ception at the Palace Hotel. Tues day tbe parly will go to Los Au geles, leaving that city for Yosem- Ite ou the 12th, returuing to San Francisco on the 18th to attend a banquet to be given that evening. On tbe 19th and 20th the party will attend the State Fair at Sacramen to, returning to San Francisco ou the 21st. On the 23d they will go to the Geysers and after that to Ore gou, visiting Virginia t'ity and Lake Tahoe ou their return East ward. A-eea*taaea»t« ana a l»l vuieetd. San Francisco, Sept 7th.— The Savage mining Company has lev led au asseaament of oue dollar per abare, delinquent October Btb. A dividend of one dollar per share has been levied by tbe Standard Miuiug Company, payable on the 12th. The Julia Mining Company have levied au assessment of one dollar per abare, delinquent at the office October 11th. aulelste ut m ss.alaol San Francisco, Sept. 7th.—Hi gtnln Cimia, a native of Spain, aged 38, a real estate agent by oc cupation, committed suicide to-day by taking cyanide of potassium. He baa recently been of unaound mind and attempted suicide by shooting himself iv the head. nhh rrataieiaea Markets. San Francisco, Sept 7.—Wheat dull and lower; shipping SI *7l@ $1 724; milling $1 70® 1 72}. Bar ley quiet; feed, coast, $I@2 05; bay $1 07J@1 10; brewing SI 17J@1 20; Chevalier choice SI 70@1 80. Corn, sales of new white SI 20; old do. held at SI 60@1 60. Rye sold at $1 30 to arrive; scarce. Hay, sales of fair wheat $12}; wheat and oat mixed $12. Potatoes, Cv (Toy's Cove SI Ss@l 45; other Kinds $I@l 26. t'evt-r t uulneullMU V «lll,itrer HarHS. Santa Barbara, Sept. 7th.— Five hundred dollars have been telegraphed to-day to tbe Memphis Howard Association as the first Installment. The lecture to-night will net about $60. Two ladies, Mrs. Whitney and Mrs. Mullett, have volunteered their services as nurses for the fever district, aud the railroad companies will pass them through. Mrs. Mullett will leave for Sau Francisco by steamer to-morrow and will start for Gren ada in about one week. Ulirny'e > uuinoutluu Gilroy, Sept. 7ib.— The collec tion of funds for tbe yellow fever relief fund has thus far resulted in obtainiug about $180, in addition to which Gilroy Lodge, A. O. U. VV., have sent $40. Au entertain ment will be given on Thursday, at which at least $160 more will be raised. E*rtli«jiirta,o set II .nun.>i.it conaijr. Pktalu.ua, Sept. 7th —A private dispatch received in this city this morning states that quite a severe earthquake occurred to the south ern portion of Hiimholdt entity yesterday, al 11 A M. The vibra tions were lrt.ni north to south. No damage is reported. .ffl..!tl»aT «'m,ii,, K»bbt-«l. Salt Lake, Sept. 7.—On Wed* ItesNiajf last a parly of seven men, mounted and well armed, came into the mining etimpof Cariboo, Idaho, 45 miles from Hoda Springs, where some 20 or 30 miners were at work on scattered tdaiins. They rubbed all of them in detail; also, a store at the camp, took ail tlie good horses, shot tlie poorest ones and left. They got $1600, mostly iv gold dust, ft oil] tlie miuers. It is supposed that this ia the same party that lately look up the rail on i tu. Union Pncitlc. Railroad at Medial its Bitw. h*«tee *iur.».«t t,y l*e)ewata, Salt Lake, Sept. 7th.—The Sal mon river, Idaho, stage was stop ped by Indians yesterday e"enlug near Birch vieek elation. The mail and everything else wag burned. The driver made bis es cape unit reached Sand Hole sta tion, uear Snake river, this morn ing. S..S limn atl a Strike. Nevada, Sept. 7th.—The report ed strike in Julia developed low grade ore, assaying only a few dol lars per ton. We ■ Kerne, Peruana! Portland, Sept. 7th.—The Citi zens' Committee to-day oonvassed for funds in aid of tbe yellow fever sufferers. In a few hours $4000 were obtained. Latest Eastern News. 1 t.iiruuuieui far lb« Mouiti. Washington, Sept. 7th.—One thousand dollars waa realized by tbe tournament here yesterday, which waa equally divided between Memphis, Grenada and New Or leans. Total reeer Mortality. Washington, Sept. 7.—The fol lowing is the report of Dr. Wood worth, of the Marine Hospital Ser vice, for a portien of the places In tbe infected yellow fever districts: New Orleans: During the week ending yeaterday at noon, there were 1732 cases of yellow fe ver and 520 deatha, making in all 4069 cases and 1335 deaths; during the 24 boura up to noon yesterday, there were 259 caaea and 61 deaths. Vlcksburg: 161 deatba, 40 or which occurred in the laat24 hours. Surgeon Keys telegraphs that tbe fever is on tbe increase and it is impossible to obtain accurate data. Qmm. Mtreeise Bead. New York, Sept. 7th.—General Sprague, of the United States Ar my, died to-night. New York, Sept. 7.—lt la stated that tbe ship Charles Dentils, now loading for San Franciaeo, has on board a large number of pianos and sewing machines abipped by Orvil Grant, who has lately been confined In the lunatic asylum at Trenton, N. J. niseis* Uebukeil. Phildelphia, Sept. 7lh.—Rose Eytluge, who offers her services for* benefit In thla city for tbe yellow fever sufferers, wrltea a let ter complaining of a member of the yellow fever fund committee who objected to raising funds by "play people." She says: "In a long experience as an actress this is tbe first instance I have met where a committee formed to do a work of charity turned its attention from ita legitimate work to insult an honorable profession." ■ »ir>utlciu> to Ins a Living. New York, September 7th.— Mrs. May Phillips, aged twenty, voluutarily confessed to the Jersey City authorities this morning that she had murdered her Aye months old child In order that she might more easily earn a living, but she bad had no peace of mind siuce aud so concluded to give herself up. She was locked up and an inquest held. MMMuide IkeuiklluiiM Fort Scott, Ks., Sept. 7.—The Masons here donate $120 for the yellow fever sufferers and the Grand Master has ordered the Grand Lodge of Kansas to donate (500. X.h I'a.ee nt Sletjj |>l,ls. Memphis, Sept. 7th.—Dr. R. W. Mitchell, medical director of the Howard Association, reports over 400 new cases discovered to-day and says, while wo need medical aid aud would welcome physicians who have had yellow fever, I cannot ad vise the unacclimated to come or remain. They will surely succumb in a few days and become an addi tional care. Several volunteer physicians and a number of nurses are now down with fever. Taeawail Ctennmllsniril. Cleveland, 0., Sept. ".—Hon. Amos Townsend, the present in cumbent, was renominated by ac clamation by tbe Republicans of the Twentieth Congressional Dis trict Convention in this city to day. Baeaaee ur tlie Yellow aeuargf. Memphis, Sept. 7th.—Fifty-four deaths are reported up to noon to day and 103 far the 24 hours ending at noon. New Orleans, Sept. "th.—lfc)W cases, 232; deaths, 77. Hickman, Ky., Sept. 7.—There were three new cases and two deaths reported to-day. Grenada, Miss., Sept. 7tb.—Dr. Warren Stone reports 96 new cases and 49 deaths during tbe week eudiug yesterday evening. Canton, Miss., Sept. 7.—During the fortnight that ended yesterday noou there were 172 cases aud 22 deaths, making in all ltO cases and 30-deatbs. There are 120 cases un der treatment, of which 16 occurred during the last 24 hours. Ocean Springs, Miss., Sept. 7.— During the week ending yesterday evening there were fifteen cases of yellow fever and five deaths. Memphis, Term. Sept. 7th.—The fever continues unabated and many active workers among the sick are being stricken down. A. J. Wheel er, Secretary of the Masonic Re lief Board, is dying. Four nurses in tbe employ of the Board have died and four others are sick. J. B. Cook, architect, and Mr. D. D. Sauuders are down with tbe fever. Rev. C. C. Parsons, rector of Grace Episcopal Church, died last night; also Mrs. Ann Phllmont and Frank Gates, son of Samuel L. Gates. Miss Mollie Gates is down with the fever. The physicians and nurses from Washington reported for duty to the Howard Association this morning. There is a pressing need for experienced nurses. Ten dol lars per day huve been vainly of fered for nurses and many of the sick iie in their rooms without proper attention owing to the ina bility of the relief association to supply the many calls for nurses. (•S'MSttwn for Ike Menu, Cairo, Ills, Sept. 7lb.—Tho en tertainment here last night, under Hie auspices of IbsKnlglita of the Mystic Kivw, ror the benefit of the yellow fever sufferers, netted $205, Waahiugtou, s.-pt. 7.—The Sec retary of Wui ui-d«y ismed orders to fuward two hundred blankets for il c i wo hundred children in St. Vim ant's Orphan Asylnui, 40 of whom are sick with yellow fever. Rilelgh, N C, Sept. 7.-The la dies Of the ten while church con ■rrgaliitui liars held a brilliant fes tival at tlie Oapltol grounds | agt evening. A Ire of leu cents was exacted from ail who entered the grounds. The total receipts were *65 which, with $115 previously collected, was forwarded for tbe relief of the yellow fever sufl'erers to-day. Fever ■>■ Hi. Vincent's 1,.rr.nl Aeyiatn. New Orleans, Bept. 7tb.— Col lector Smith to-day received a let ter from A. H. Isaacson, which stated that St. Vincent's Infant Asylum is in a very sad condition. Tbe Sisters of Chirity have two hundred infants of all nationalities in their charge and tbey sadly need food aud clothing, especially blankets. Yellow fever has gained an entrance into tbe Institution and forty of the little inmates are suf fering with tbe disease. Mr. Isaac son appeals to Collector Smith to correspond at once with the author ities at Washington and beseech them to authorize the Quarter master of this port to Isssue suita ble rations for thirty days and tbe necessary blankets toouver the sick innocents. Immediately after the receipt of the above Collector Smith sent the following telegram to Secretary McCrary: New Orleans, Sept. 7th. To the Secretary of War, Washing ton, D.C.: St. Vincent's Asylum has two hundred babies of all nationalities. Forty are sick with yellow fever and badly iv need of blankets. An urgent request is made that you furnish two hundred blankets for use at once. (Signed.) George L. Smith, Collector. European Cable News. Freuen Numb. Paris, Sept. 7th.— To meet the wishes of tbe several Chambers of Commerce, tbe French aud Amer ican delegates to the conference on tbe commercial treaty will bold public meetings at Maoon, Lyons, Tours, Montpelier, Avig non aud Marseilles. The first meeting was held at Macon to-day. The ootton spinners of Northern Franoe have resolved not to work by gas light, in order to lessen tbe accumulation of stock. Waaia the i.iaee Eat leaded. Vienna, Sept. 7th.—Austria baa lnfovmed the Porte that it Is deslr able that the occupation shall ex tend to Metrovitza. This has In creased the difficulty of the nego tiations. r'lau.l.. i lleuewed. Vienna, Sep:. Till. — Fight log was renewed on Thursday at Do boj. The combatants engaged are estimated at 22,000. H'nr wl.ti Au.irla I Rome, Sept. 7.b. —Slgnor Ave ganzi, a Minister of War under tho Roman Republic of 1849, made a speeoh at Torre Magglore, urging preparation for war with Austria. Garibaldi has written a letter to the Popolo urgli g the same ques tion. Tli» Oeelluaftlun DIWeiIMJ Constantinople, Sept. 7th.— It is said in Russian military circles that, lv view of Ihe difficulty tbe Austrians meet Willi iv tlie occu pation of Bosuia, the force of 50,000 men fixed by the treaty of Berlin for Ihe occupation of Eastern Rou melia and Bulgaria is inadequate. An officer of high rank Bays the Russians had already decided to leave at least 100,000 tnops in these provinces. Bejuleloa* Ov*.r the Itelvase uf Beaia'ssj, Dublin, Sept. 7th.—There was great rejoicing at Mitchellstown, county Cork, on the news of tbe intended release of Condon. There was a general Illumination and the streets were thronged with a Jubilant crowd. The Nation says: England has released nearly the last of the Fenian prisoners with out having entitled herself to the slightest gratitude. The Irishman says: Condon will be released be cause he Is an American citizen. Had he been au Irishman only, without claims on the Gr<Kt Re public, he would have been banged. •Jaadldntea fur Hie Throne Bucharest, Sept. 7th.—Prluce Karogeoregeviob, the pretender to the Servian throne, and Gen. Ig natleft'are mentioned as possible candidates for the Bulgarian throne. Klnderpeai In Husaissls. Bucharest, Sept. 7th.— The rin derpest is rapidly extending throughout Roumanin. The au thorities neglect taking precautions to prevent its spread. SPECIAL NOTICES. Scroti, it HiMtiiiifiiiNiioa .lumm. "[ have tried tde Peruvian hybtjf, and the result fully sustains your prediction. It has made a new mau of me. Infused In to my system new vigor and energy. I am no longer tremulous and debilitated as when you last saw me, but stronger, heartier, and with a larger capacity for labor— at any tlmo during the last five years. Sold by all druggists, NEW TO-DAY. Carpenters Wanted. Carpenters desiring employment will ? lease apply to H. Cawte, Foreman of avlllon, or to L. M. Holt, secretary or the Southern California Horticultural Society, Hooin 5, Odd Fellows' Block. It WALTKH FRUIT DRYER CO. CAPITAL STOCK, $ I 00.OCO. Are now prepared to furnish THE WALTER FRUIT DRYER And sell SiATK aud COUNTY RIGHT* on very liberal terms. Fruitgrowers will Calf* noMii* tlifti A. Lusk A C**. and L#Uke ciiMMvifth & Co. are using the Walter Fm:t Uryer on i heir (aims hi San Jose, ami pronounce then the best fruit dryers itt»W In us.-. Price of Dry«rH,s3sotuB?oo Call at theoSlcj ~f ni kVMR iiiKA HAM and see ntirtiaj ol pile nui-in c. T. C WALTEIt, r»re.ldeul. J. H. MAYNARD, A oretery. wCemmunlcu'l.iiis .hou .1 '.• ad' dress;.tl lo UfcSOrUie, WILLIAMM, Agent, 89 Mprlng>-tr**t, 1,04 tngele*. Principal UIHM-4H Callfu.ula at net, .S»n Kraiiclb.'o ua-2w 11. DEWELL. M. A. TUTI'LE. OVKUL. A.N U FREIGHT and Co. DEWKLL 0* TUrfLE. No. 22 SPRING STREET, cor. of Market, All kinds of HAULING. MOVING FURNITURE, PIANOS, SAFES, eto , on reasonable terms. awleave orders at the freight Trans fer Office. sB-lf PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, ON ALTSO STREET. D. MAHLBTEDr PROPRIETOR. IO H I J±i _btL< Sold hy the barrel, keg and bottle, aud delivered to any pari, of tbe city. Jy2tf For Santa Monica. A COVERED CARRIAGE IS NOW RUNNING DAILY BETWEEN Los Angeles & Santa Monica, falling at the hotels at T oach morning. FARK, FIFTY CENTS. WOrders van be left at the American Bakery. ami NEW YORK BREWERY PHIL. LAUTH iftuoeessor 10 Chris. Ileunel Proprietor. The CLEAREST, PUREST and MOST Ultll.LlANT LAGER BEER South of Sau Frauoieeo. Or.teis tor DRAUGHT or iOTTLED b tK promptly attended to. Tbe celebrated Beer from this Brewery lefles eomoetitlon In tbe State. mrt-tf R. P. COLEMAN & SON, PIANOS Jc ORGANS. Agents for tbe celebrated PACKARD & TABOR ORGANS, GARDNER BROS, and other first-class PIANOS. Instra ments sold on ' The Installment Plan. PRICES and TERMS to suit the times. Headquarters at L. LEW IN * CO.'S STORE, Nos. 14 and 16 SPRING ST., Loa Angeles. Jefj-lm NEW TO-DAY. THE "IT STORE, LOS ANGELES, Sept. 3d, 1878. We take pleasure in announcing that our direct shipment of JAPAN TEAS from our agents at YOKOHAMA are now on hand, ex-steamship ''CHINA." These TEAS (as per our instructions) have been carefully selected in the most favorably known Tea Districts of Japan, especially for our trade. The firing was done under the personal supervision of our agent, who has been instructed to see that NO COLORING MATTER was used in the prepa ration of these Teas. No effort has been spared, and we feel safe in asserting that these are the Finest Teas ever offered in this market. We shall receive shipments monthly, and so ensure a constant supply of Fresh Teas, which in every instance will be fully up to the excellence of this lot for PURITY and FLAVOR. In order to protect consumers we have adopted the annexed TRADE <®*j|s> MARK, which will be found on all our high-grade Teas. Re ceiving our Teas direct from the producer, our customers arc saved the profits heretofore made first by the importer and then by the jobber. We are thus enabled to sell Fine Teas at prices which have been considered low for an or dinary article. The public are cordially invited to in spect this shipment, among which will be found some very curiously prepared Tea known as the "PIN LEAF," a Tea which is rarely allowed to leave Japan. We beg to call the attention of the trade to this invoice, as liberal inducements will be offered. Sample Packages Free to Any Address. MYERS & MENDELSON, 48 SLXidL SO JSp>rira.gr St. Now being erected by the SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTUAL SOCIETY, on Temple street, Los Angeles City, 1400 feet from the junction of Spring and Main street?, which la considered the center of business. The Pavilion lot has a frontage of 200 feci on Temple street and extends back to Sand street, n depth of 310 feet. The above cut represents the Temple street front. The Hand street front is reached by easy grade, with no statm. The Pavilou consists of a main hall, two stories high, wltha frontageol 70 feet, by a depth of 132 feet, with an annex 39x60 feet In the rear, to be devoted to the purposes of a mage, and annexes on each side 60x50 feet, two stories In height, one to be devoted to the pur* pososof v Machinery Hall and tbe other to an ArtQaliery. In the angles, In frontof these annexes, one-story apartments will be constructed 40x32 feet each, which will be 112x70 feet, aud, with the extensive galleries, will have «a seating capacity of 4.000. The Pavilion complete presents a frontage of 176 ieet by a depth of IGI. The main central ball Is now being built, and the wings will bo added as soon as the finances of the Society will permit. The Directors Intend to build only so far as they can pay, and are firmly resolved to incur no indebtedness. FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY WILL BE HELD AT THE NEW PAVILION, DURING THE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 1878. All Premiums will be paid in coin except when otherwise specified. Liberal Premiums are being offered in tbe following departments: First—Agricultural Implements. Vehicles, etc. Second—Textile Fabrics and materials from winch tbey are made. Third—Mechanical Products, Musical Instruments, etc. Fourth—Agricultural rroduets, Flowers, etc. Filth—Fruits, Fruit Trees. Kalstns, Wines and Brandies. sixth-Fine Arts. LOCAL DEPARTMENTS.—In order to give eaoh locality exhibiting products nt tho Fair ample credit for their productions, each town, neighborhood or school district applying for space will be uliowed a department of Its own, which will be properly designated, and will be as large as Is consistent with the capacity of the Hall and the applications for apace. This Is the largest Hall south of San Francisco In this State, and the prospects are good that the approaching Fair will be the largest ever held In Southern California, Tho Central Pacific Ra.lroad Company will transport all artioles exhibited at the Kalrover their respective routes FKEE OF CHARGE. Freight being paid on them to the *air will be returned upon re - shipment by the same owner and exhibition of eertiaeato of Secretary that tbe same has been exhibited. Wells, Fargo e> Co.'s Express Co. will carry free ofcharge all artlclea sent to the Fair for exhlblltoa not exceeding ten pounds In weight Ar rangements are being made with the steamship company to carry freight and passtugors at tho usual reductions, particulars of which will be published as soon as definite arrangements are completed. EXCURSION TRAINS nre being organized on all the roads centering at Los Angeles. These trains will carry passengers (to and from Los Angelesat less than half the regular rates, and ample time will be given excursions tv to visit the Fair and ex amine the city and county. The excursion train from the north will start rrom San Francisco. Particulars in regard |to tbe running of these trains will be made public at an early day. The Society will have In its Pavilion this year more space than any Fair ever before held In Southern California, and yet the applications for space are so much greater than ever before that thoae desiring to exhibit should lose no time In making a|. plications forspace lo the Superintendent. Towns and neighborhoods should take steps at once toseoure a creditable repre sentation of their respective localities. No charge is made for spaces or entries. Each exhibitor must hold. however, a Sea son Tleket, which will cost three dollars. Premium List and Rules and Regulations sent free on application to tbe Secretary. The Pavilion will be completed In time for folding or Fair at the day advertised. L. M. HOLT, Secretary. J. DeBARTH SHORB, President. sOtd M. H. KIMBALL, Superintendent. BOILER MAKER. I urn uuw prepared tv do all kind* of Boiler Work ano Repairing BOILERS promptly attended to aud satlsfaetlou guaranteed. A. DORN. Jol2lm. P. O. Box. No. 25"). Brewing Barley Wanted. Farmers having good brewing barley for sale will please Htat* nnmDer ot sacks and send sample to WILEY A MOKE HUUrt, Los Angeles. sB-3t FOB _S^LI_.E. CHOICE IRRIGABLE LANDS Near Orange and Santa Ana, Which were heretofore reserved by Glas iell 4 Chaoman, are now offered for sale or rent. sWRAILROAD DEPOT VERY CONVENIENT. . . ii Apply toCAPT.QLASSELL.In Temple Block, Los Angeles, or M. F. P ARKER, Jraliae. dlgtl Private Boarding House, No. 24, oor. Third and Hill ats.N eerBOARD BY THE DAY, WEEK OR HONTH. Terms Reasonable. o!2lf CONSIGNMENTS OF WHEAT Aud other cereals solicited. LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE. CHRISTY & WISE, 607 FRONT STREET, HAN FRANCISCO, CAL. . auß-dAw-lm VETERINARY SURGEON. C. H. EDMONDS notifies the owners of horses and other stock that be fj&s opened an office at tbe PONY STABLXS, No. 1,4(1 Main street. Will treat tbe dis ease kirown as bloody murrain In rattle, and guarantee a cure. Jy24-'m