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FRIDAY AUG. 19.1881.
Herald Steam Printing House. Tbe radiates ot tbe Uiuu Steam prluMu,.' House for doing Job work are not gurpaaaed in California outside ot San p-ranclsoo and Sacramento. All work en t-usled to aa will be executed with neat ness and dispatch at the lowest living rats*. asrwiaa. sktick. Hereafter notloes of companies, socie ties, eburches, etc., will only be Inserted In tbe Hk*ai.d aa paid advertisements, We reserve, lor Places of Worship, a grat ia directory, whioh will appear every Sunday morning. THK impudence of the Nihilists in tbis country in presuming to ar reign Secretary Blame because he declined in advance of tbe raising of tho question in official form, to guarantee immunity from extradi tion to Hartman, after that miscre ant had publicly announced his participation in tbe plans for the assassination of the late Emperor Alexander 11. of Russia, passes all ordinary developments of cheek ss completely as does tbe swoop of tbe eagle the modest flight of the sparrow or katydid. Tbere is something of tbe nature of the Arctic Icicle in these fellows avail ing themselves of our cordial hoe lav pitallty and repaying it by essay ing to play the master. Just here we will say tbat tbe United States government ought not to surrender Hartman, odious as the fellow is, on any demand of the Russian gov ernment. However excited our people justly are at an attempt to assassinate the Chief Magistrate of the Republic—an attempt which, we regret to say, in view of later developments appsars by no means to bave been abortive—we should . atand by our traditions aud by those of all constitutional govern ments. We should at least equal, if not surpass, the manly example of Great Britain, when Napoleon 111. sought to force the surrender of tbe miscreants engaged in the Orsinl infernal machine plot, whieb nearly sent the adventurer of Ham into tbe other world. Great Britain bas always been con — elitent in tbis attitude. The first Napoleon, on a precisely identical case, attempted to force the extra dition of a man who bad confessed ly attempted his assassination, and be failed to make tbe free and con stitutional usages of Great Britain bend to bis imperious will. Lord Ertkine, though despising tbe criminal, lent tbe weight of his ir resistible eloquence beforo a jury, to re-asserting tbe honorable and anoient rlgbt of refuge. But, while we heartily concur in this spirit, and should be heartily sorry to see Mr. Blame yield our honor able pre-eminence as an asserter of the right of refuge and a disputant of monarchical pretensions, we bays a perfect right to take these inchoate or perfected assassins by the scruff of the neck and shake . tbem into a salutory respect for human, if not divine law. While centuries of oppression may to some extent condone the frantic act of an oppressed Russian, he will not be allowed to violate tbe sanct uary he bas found in this country by formulating theories justify ing assassination and carrying tbem Into effect under the safe regis of our laws and territory. It seems to us that Mr. Blame must have undergone some sort of intel lectual eclipse or he would have ambraoed the late happy occasion to write a splendid quasi-state paper on tbe issue presented. While we stand on the doctilne of surrendering nobody for political crimes of whatever character, we bare tbe right to deal with these marplots with exemplary severity. We have tbe right to let them know tbat their room is preferable to tbeir sompany; and, should they fail to respond to gentle and lawful admonitions, the American insti tution of a good coat of tar and feathers would not be amiss. Judoe Black's late paper on a passage of Mr. Jefferson Davis's book raises one very remarkable aapeot of tbe events which preced ed tbe wsr of the rebellion, aud as to which tbere has been an im mense amount of Republican hy pocrisy. A tremendous amount of party capital has been sought to be made because Mr. Buchanan, who, in tbe opinion of tbe writer, was One of tbe least useful and illustri ous of Democratio Presidents, ex pressed grave doubts of bis ability to eoeroe a sovereign State. As a ■Batter of fact, in his perplexity, which was probably conscientious, 1 Mr. Buohanan threw himself upou Congress and requested tbat body to take tbe bull by the horns. It is no less a matter of historical rec ord that the rapid retirement of tbe Senators and Representatives of the South, following the ordinances of secession of their several States, ,aMOB left tbe Congress of tbe United States overwhelmingly Republic- L an. Yet what did that body do, in I faoeof a Chief Magistrate who of- I fered to accept Its initiative, and f wbo did not care to assume tbe ' whole responsibility in an awful lhh|d|jnd unprecedented crisis ? Itslm ■KaW nothing. More than tbat, U slid not want to do anything. It : 4Uiy-aallyed and shtllj-ohallyed, Mont in and month out. It is now a matter of historical verity wbicb oannot bo successfully gainsaid tbat tbe Messrs. Lincoln, Seward, Chase, Tbad Stevens and Horace Greeley bad grave doubts—in fa - t most of them were in no doubt it all but took the affirmative in m g« ativing the proposition—as to whether, under tbe Constitution, the Federal government had the right to coerce a sovereign State. Mr. Lincoln himself was in a state of painful vacillation. Tbe artlole written by Horaoe Greeley, and published in the New York Trib une, uuder the title "Let Our Err ing Sisters Depart in Peace," ex- actly described tbe sentiment of nine-tenths of tbe Republican pol iticians aud statesmen at that crit ical conjuncture. Everything was doubt and uncertainty, and tbis is a phase of Mr. Buchanan's political career which cannot be truthfully or successfully assailed. It was not the old issue of nullification, which Geo. Jackson had so heroic ally and triumphantly met. Be tween thij two crises tbere was absolutely nothing iv common. Tbe truth Is tbat tbe Union would have been a thiug of tbe past had it not keen for the grand rally of the people in Union Square, New York, which followed the firing upon Fort Sumter. While the ex ultant people of South Carolina were jubilantly re-echoing tbe couplet, With mortar, Paixlian and petard, We tender old Abu our UeauitgarJ, The whole people of New York, ir respective of party, were assembled in one grand rally, pledging eternal fealty to tbe Union, The presetce at tbat meeting, and the speeches, of such meu as Samuel J. Tilden, John Van Buren, Horatio Sey mour and a host of other Demo crats, who believed in securing to tbe people of the South tbelr con stitutional rights, but who at tbe same time thought that tbe Union must and should be maintained, aloue made tbe preservation of tbe Republic, oue and indivisible, pos sible. The most offensive thing about the Republican party is tbe extent of its preteusions, ranging through morals, decency and patri otism. But hot all the vocifera tions of its numberless orators and Innumerable presses will succeed, ultimately, iv falsifying the facts of history. Already a great mass ■of facta and documents are secured to assist the veracious chrouicler of the war and tbe events leadiug up lo it, and the cloud of partizau misrepresentation will one day be dispelled. While it is fathionable with flippant Republicans to say that the Rebellion was a Dem ocratio war against the Union, It was iv truth a purely sectional war which had been fomeuted by the Gidtlingees, Uuaod lers, Greeleys, ai.d other lights ol the abolitionists, and the only thing which prevented the success of secession was the cordial and patriotlo action of the Democratic leaders and rnAeses at tbe critical moment. The war being over, Democrats North and South natu rally dropped back into tbeir old cordial advocacy of the constitu tional dootrines of Thomas Jeffer son. That was the new bond of union and nothing else. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. [Special to tbe Herald by tbe Western Union Telegraph Company. | PACIFIC COAST. STOCK. BBFORT. LAN KKANOIHCO STOCK ANII KX CHANUE BOARD. MOKNINO SESSION. Man FnANrisco, August 18. S4oOphlr, tt%, 6>4, 1200 Belcher, 8.25,3 21 '% 1375» v-vacia 13,131* 270 Mexican, We ISK. 13%, 13^, HO U4C, 7.7J*. iy„ W.i. 16%, lg'/, s T% SO 480 B A B, 12! i. 12?<i l»i Utah. UK,\\% '3 170 Exchequer, l 25 515 Cala, 1,06. 1.10 8u Seg Belcber. B I2lsS»vage, 8.50, 3.45, 1630 overman, 1.85, 8.40 1.40 620 Cou Va,2.30. 2.36 1085 AI la, 4.20, 4.30, 6uOChollar.2Bs, 2.9, i 4'/i 3,3.10 250 Occidental, 1.95, 785 Pol,,si, 3 40, 3.45, 2 3 60 425 Andes, 1.40,1.35 250 H * N, 4 CG, 4.30, 37j Scorpion, 1.70, 4 35 1.7S 1170 Jac»et,6, W„ By, 2fo Benton, SI s 90 100 U Bate, 3 380 Alpha, 4 60, t'/, OPEN BOARD—4.3O f. M. Con Virginia, 240 s; Sierra Nevada, HJ4b,l4 a, 13% b; >4exican, lv% s; Besi A Belcher, UU l>, 13% a; P0t0a1,,,.55 b, 3 40 a; Uulon, lIMb; Uonld A Hurry, 1% „; Rentun, Ib:v nll «r, 3a; Bndle, 9% s- Mono, 3 80a; Utah, tin b, 11* a; Alta 4U5 8 ; Bullion, 7nc b. 76 a; Keniuck,2.9o b,3a; A1ta.4.05 b, 4 0a; Excbeq ier, 1 s; Overman, 1.35 a; Scorpion. 1.7u b, 1.75 a; Hale A Noroross, 4 40 s; Cbollar, 2 90 s; HAN, 4.40 a; isavuge, 3.7 a h; Albion 1.85 b, 1.90 a; i-rown Pclui, 2 25 b; Ophlr 8?4b,7*; Bodle, 94 a: Andes, i 30 b; nc , idental, 1.00 a; Alpha, Julia, 4nc a: Oro, 45c b.suo al savage, 3.805; Ex chequer, 1% a; California, 1 b. PsMSBKSrs Honlb aa<l East. Fresno, Cal., Aug. 18 —The fol lowing Is the list of passengers for tbe South Bnd East on the train which passed this place at 5 P. M.: J Bumiller, Mrs R (Jalss, Mrs 8 r* Durhin, E Ayer, Mrs L Burns, Mrs ifi S Cabanls, F Woodruff and wife, A G Dickens, E H Baxter, A E Head, J G Lermnon and wife, J_,o- Angele-; W A Rowe, Prescott; B FPinkertou, El Paso. r»»e -T'ui inveasi^aiioa. San Francisco, August 18tb.— At the Mint investigation to-day tbe instructions of the government to Super! utendeuts of Mints, fixing tbe charges on inferior bullion, which counsel for Dodge claimed were the authority Dodge acted upon,were introduced. Counsel ac knowledged tbat mire recent changes had altered the rates, tut claimed tbat Dodge was author ized to act under the old schedule until tbe new one had been official ly received. Several employes of tbe Mint were examined aa to the amount of wastage in ooining and the expense entailed by defeotive casting of gold and silver. All ad mitted tbat there was a better re sult for tbe labor now than in June last. I Work ou in* Panama canal. Ban Francisco, August 18th.— H. B. Siaven baa just returned from Pauama autl reports that con tracts for building stations along tbe line of tbe caual are under way aud tbat many engineering par ties are in lhe field. Shipments of lumber from Han Francisco bave beeu recently made. Oue scboouer took down 1,000,000 feet, the steam er Granada ou her last trip took 800,000 feet and tbe Collma on ber last two trips took 800,000 feet. At Gaturn and Empire, on the Atlan tic side, heavy work is under way. Slaven & Co., wbo bold a contract for building houses at eacb station for tbe use of tbe laborers, are seudlng skilled workmen by every steamer. This firm bas ISO men ou the Isthmus. Tbe force at present employed in canal work proper, aside Irom tbe emrlneerlog parties, does not exceed 200 laborers. Pre liminary work is uot yet finished Tbe engineers have not established the Hue olear acres* the Isthmus, and do not know whether the open ing on tbe Pacific side will be made above or below Pauama. Ktrlhquitke h» Clumsier. Hollister, August 18th — Two violent shocks of earthquake oc curred here at 20 minutes before 8 last eveniug. Buildings were shaken with tremendous force. Held lor Murdrr. Tulare, August 18th.—William Green Phelps, a wood-chopper, was brought before Judge J. O. Love joy for preliminary examination on the charge of murder and was held to answer. Phelps was a chronic drinker and imagined tbat a Mexican had put strychnine In his coffee. He walked out with a shotgun to where the Mexican was at work and emptied one barrel into his body, killing him in stantly. m« Ratlrnsu Sl.aslloa lv Arlinus srarciu ol V.-actable; Bailer, ccc., ol Tucson. Tucson, August 18th.—This ia the eighth day since we bave had any railway communication from the west. A traiu arrived from the east yesterday, having been four days oomiug from Deraiog. Trains departed this morning both for tbe east and west. Tbe latter will work its way along as well as pos sible and uo train will arrive from that diiectiou uutil it is through, which it ia believed will uot be lor several days yet. Heavy rains have fallen to-day iv both direc tions along tho line of the road, and the stluatiou will no doubt be still further complicated The supply of putatoes and other vegetables, fruits, butter aud eggs In the Tuoson market has become exhausted, aud these artioles now command fancy prices. lb, Nltnnlluu uu tlie HexIUMU Fruuior. Tombstone, A. T., August 18 — Nothing nn- been beard from (tie party of Americans wbo It ',' bare day before yeslerday to avenge tbe murdeis committed by Mexicans. Qeueral Adolfo Domingutz bas just arrived from Fronteras, Sono ra, where be holds tbe position of Aifjutuut undur General Jose F. Otero, now in command of the troops on tbe Mexican border. Au Epitaph reporter luteiviewed Gen. 1) 'UJiugut-z, who said: Our people bave been great suf ferers. We have lost many oill zeus killed aud much property sioleo. We are therefore taking active steps to protect our citizens aud repel tbe raiders. There are two hundred regulars, he-He tlie militia, on tbe line, and three forts aud supply ctmpa are to be estab lished at once. Every precaution will be taken to protect both our own citizens and such Americana as are engaged In legitimate indus tries witlim our lines. Reporter—Are you In Arizona on official business? General JDimingutz—l am. A part of my business was to pur chase supplies for the new forts. I turchased soma at Bisbee and i harleston aud will scud more from Tucson. I waut to talk witb the representative men of your cit ies auil also have an interview with your Governor and cnmmamliog General. I leave to-night for Tuc son and will go from tbere to Pres oott as soon as possible. Reporter—What will you pro pose to our chief officials? General—l hope to effect an ar rangement by wblch the most tborouKb, harmonious and efflaieut Co'operaliou may exist between the Amerioau and Mexioan troopß operating on tbe border. We cau only drive out these thieves and murderers by united action. We are uot only willing but anxious that such uuited aoiiou should ex -Ist. Reporter—Have American raid ers done much damage in your country recently? Gen.—Yes, allairs bave gradual ly beeu growing more and more desperate. It is estimated that, within the last mouth, mire tbau ten citizens linve been killed, aud upwards of $30,000 worth of prop eity taken. Reporter.—Are your people un der the Impression that this dispo sition to raid is general among the citizens of this section? Gen.—No. We believe that the American officials and tbe grett majority of your citiz -oa deprecate these sola of lawlessness, aud be lieving this, we bave courage to hope that hy united effort the out laws may be eurpressed, and au early adjustment of difficulties effected. Two companies of i lie sixth Cav alry have teen ordered from Camp Huacbuca to Camp Grant, the nearest post to tbe scene of trouble An Amencm just lv from Houora gives tbe following additional lu lormatiou: About a week ago a party of Americans, numbering about twentj-five, supposed to h, from rian Simon, made a raid In the vicinity of Bavispe, gathered up all loose stock tbey could fini aud started homewaid. Toe Mex icans organized a party, overtook the raiders and a flgbt ensued in which tbe Mexicans were defeated and eight of tbelr number killed. A courier was sent post-haste to Hen. Otero at Fronteras with full particulars of tbe raid. Gen. Otero at onoe ordered Capt. Carrillo witb bis company to tbe line where tbe raiders were expeoted to cross with tbelr pluuder. As tbe courier had ridden day and eight, Capt. Car rillo thought he must be some dis tance ahead of the raiders. It Is not impossible that the killing at Guadalupe Caflon might have been done by the Mexican regulars un- I dsr Capt. Carrillo, as tbey were beaded in tbat direction Carrillo bad about fifty men in bis com pany. raanix It.us. a csaisiasrlsn Ut.il. PHffiNix, August 18tb.—Yester day afternoon a Mexican Darned Mootoya died from tbe effeots of a swim across Salt river, bursting a blood vessel. A Mexican woman uamed R« mona Gomez, died bere aged 104 years. Sbe was born in Obispo, Sooora. Au Indian outbreak ia expected to occur ou the Sau Carlos reserva tion, caused by the presouce of the women and children of Viotorio's band. EASTERN. Tlie K.hn Abuul tue Prfnldt-ut. Executive vlansion, Aug. 18 — 4:50 P M.—[Uuoffl Mai bulleiiu.] — I've I'resideut is quiet, and with the exception of experiencing con siderable pain from inflammation of the parotid gland, Is quite com fortable. Ue has taken koumiss at Intervals all day, and has re tained It. It is generally main tained by tbe surgeons that, the Ih fliinm itiou of the gluud is not. au alarming symptom. Chicago, Aug. 18th.—An Inter- Ocean's Washington special says: A sensation was ciussd by the official report that tlie President's parotid gland was Inflamed. It is not known yet to what extent this c implication will affect the o >se. Sime believe it denotes tbe forma tion of a new pus cavity or alseess py transference, wmoh may indi cate pjtemia. Tho parotid gland is the oue at the angle of tbe jaw, usually swelling iv mumps. Executive Mansion, Aug. 18th, —Dr. Buss, in response to au iiiiet rogatiou on the subject of the In flammatiou of t hu President's par otid gland, agrees with Dr. Ham ilton that it is no occasion for alarm, and that It is not an unusu al occurrence lv in cases where pa tients besoms greatly debilitated. He says it is uot an indication of of pyaemia or fever. Executive Mansion, Aug. 18tb. — 6:30 P. M —Tbe Presideut has done well uuriDg the day. He has taken uourishmeut by the mouth during this afturuooD, with evident relish and without subsequent nausea. Tnere is some rise oi tem perature, but his general condition is rather better tliau at thin time jresterdav. Pulse, 108; tempera ture, 100°; respiration, 18 D. VV. Bliss, And others. Washington, Aug. 18th.—Doc tors Bliss and Keyburu say there is no reason to regard the swelling of the patient's neck as foreboding serious results, or that It will in terfere with his leuovery. They say it indicates, if there is any pyaemia oouditlon of tbe blood, that it is passiug off, which they waut it to do. l'hey expect that a boil or small abscess will form there and suppurate. Bliss anil Beyburu say that the other bur geons agree that the Bwelling is not daugerous, and it causes no alarm. New York, Aug. 18th,—A ■ Washington special says: Dr. Bliss this morning,speaklog of the O in lltlon of the President's wound, said: "It is really surprising to see its progress. During tuiee days' starvation, while all the oth er conditions were at their worst, thu wouud has been at its best. Ii is a small matter to build upon, 2 teaspooufuls of beef lea, aud yet no one can tell how jiyfully 1 watcbed the result of the test of tbe stomach. lam almost certain we shall be able to nourish him naturally after to-day." Or. Bllas aud Hi** MsuiDsra i,r (be IPS ess, WaBHINCjTON, Aug. 18tb.— Tbe publication of an alleged extract from a letter written by Dr. Bliss to a friend in Chicago, in whloh be is quoted as saying tbat he holds no intercourse with newspaper cor respondent'), but tbat they insist upoa iuveuting conversations witb bim and concluding, "Don't tbiiik the President's surgeons and phj aiciaus are shallow tools because the press gaug here try to mate tbem out such," has been the sub ject of considerable commeut among the membeis of tbe press durlug the day, aud in order to ol - taiu the facts of the case the article _ was clipued from tbe morning paper aud sent to Dr. Bliss with lbe request tbat be should say in wi King whether or not he wrote tbe letter referred to. The re sponse Dr. Bliss returned is as lollows: Tbe paragraph In an entire fabri cation, and in only one of many false and cruel attacks upou me since I have occupied tbe posltiou nf surgeon in charge of tbe Presi deut. I have not, belore thought proper tv make any public denial of these heartleaa attacks upou n. character, and only now iv reply io your kind note of ihis date, be cause you seem to think it of sul flcieut Importauce to call my at tention to it. Very truly youre, 1). VV. Buss. FOREIGN. K»Kl*all l',»|f rrWNp.ela. London, August 16-,b.—Jauoes Catrd, uu emiueut agricultural au thority, writes that, but fur the late rams auii tbe dimluiabed tem perature, the harvest would have pruved equal to nearly tbe avaragr of the years pr<ceding 1874, bui mildew lias appeared uud will af fect lbe quality of tbe yield of the' later crops on two-thirds of tbe Wheatland. An average crop will be made up by the fineness iuqua - ity of tbe remaining third. £v»ii with that aid It will beteup>r cent below the old average. Heav.) cops are rare, the most of them oeiug thin but well beaded. There is too common evidence shown throughout the couutiy of dlmin irhed capital of tbe faimers by the ower scale of farming. We begin h irvest tbis year very bate of old st ick wheat in tbe couuiry. Oui snoual rt inurements are from 24 to 25 million quarters. When v. au tbe harvest year is completed we shall bays imported over 16 million quartere. Our own crop t ds year will probably yield 9, --530,000 quarters, so If weoau reckon u.i a foreign supply equal to tbat o 1880, aud at not much over the same price, we shall be safe. There is said to be an abundant barvesi in Russia, but In France tbe wbeai crop is supposed to be scanty. Our barley is tne best corn crop of tbe year.but it basnet ripened equally. Osts Is extremely deficient, espe cially in tbe southern counties. Hay Is fifty per.oent. deficient, but was generally got in In fine condi tion Mangolds and green crops are rapidly Improving and promise a tolerable yield. One of tbe best features of tbe reason bas been tbe fine weather for oleaDSlng tbe ground In spring and early sum mer, enabling farmers to rid much of their laud of accumulated weeds of the previous wet years, but they bave been heavily bit by losses of stock and sheep. Stock in great Britain during tbe last two years has been diminished hy over 12 per cent., there being a decrease of two million shepp and one mil lion lambs since 1879. WAN TH- ■ LOST—FO UND. Wanted. TO INVEST ABOUT $2000 IN A BUS INESS ALREADY ESTABLISHED. Address D., Heiald office. alg-U Wanted. A Nt'RSE QIRL, between lbe ages of 11 and MytarSl wages $10 per month. In quire at residence ot DR. J. KURTZ, buena Vista St. a! 6 Situations Wanted. Male and Female. German mau aud wife wants work on aranch, of would taae chaigeof a board ing house. Girl wants to do light housework In the country ulrl as saleslady. 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Baked Boston Beat.s and Brown Bread every day at SMITH'S COFFEE HOUSE,No. 8 COM MERCIAL STREET. Jy:-0 lm Board in a Private Family. Handsome double parlors, with board A few table boarders taken. Accommo dations ti st class. 198 Main Ktr-et, laLe French consulate. Ji23-lm MINES FOR MARES. The subscriber wishes to exchange several mining claims la the best locaii tien in Arizona lor first-class brood ' mare-. Aildiess, 1. W LOKl», jylTtf Los Angeles. BOARD and ROOMS. 206 SPRING ST. Private Boarding; Sunny Rooms, en suite or single, lurnUhed with all the comforts of an elegant private home; six minutes walk from the Postoffice. 93r Terms very reasonable. Jyl2-6m Help Wanted. Three' men. German or Swede, on a taiich; one mau who understands irri gation;: oue hoy to drive horses und make himself useful about n ranch; oue wmnan for general house work lv small family; two uirls lor light housework. 20 able bodied men, $1 26 per day. Cuambeimoid, Ueimnu or Spanish, German giiff.n general housewoifc. ChHmberm»ld hi a lodging house. one porter; 2 strong boys on a ranoh. No fee required in advance. Apply at J. B. QUINN'S Employment Office, 3 Temple street, Los Augeles. Branch office, 207 Camp street,Tucson, Arizona. au7tf FOR SALE—FOR RENT. FOR SALE Oil TO KENT. A COTTAGE OK FIVE ROOMS for sale or io icut, on Kill sr., near Fourth, s.nqulre of H. EDWARDS, Central Sta ble, spring street, opposite Court House. UIB-1W FOR SALE. A WELL-IMPROVED FARM OK 80 A'JRKS; two artesian wells; on-hard and vlnevar lof 20 acres. Inquire of A. W. HO ITS, County Clerk's office. m25-lw FOR RENT. •TPARMISQ LAND in Los Angeles county, In quantities to suit. TERM"—one-fourth of crop, In sacks, furnished by owner. Apply to superintendent Ssnta Anita Ranch, Los Augeles count v, Cal., or ad dress E. J. UaI.DWIN, Tbe Ba'owin, San Francisco, Cal. a9-lm FOR SALE. EIGHT ACRES of rich fruit and veg •tabl* land, four miles from LheCouil tiOtUfl of Los Angeles; house of 4 room* md pauLr>; welt, barn and eliic«*-n h'.u ; In the irrigating district,; title, U S patent; prior-, 1850; easy terms Ad ureas U. H. G , Herald ortite. a7-2w FURNISHED ROOMS, Pleasantly located nud neatly furnished, TO-LET, SINGLE OR EN SUITE, Corner Kort and Franklin streets, ont blook from Postoince. dSltf ro LET. NEWLY FURNISHEDSunny Rooms 1 at Nn. B FIRST sTKKKf, only a fea steps from the Poatofflce. nr.:! in rV==>,CAPITALISTS, notice thlslll "Wan. SH.K.MHO IN VKHTMENr in ■hv property is ofTered; will net 16 pel | oent. Call on C WHIIE, Je2s ullm Room 49, Temple block. Kimball Mansion. NEW HIGH ST.. LOS ANGELES, Cal . •arSPAOIOUS P\HLORS, Flue Suites, and Large single Sunny Rooms, oontatn- . mg all modern conveniences. i trriiK TABLE supplied with the best th" market affords. iwatr MRS. M. H. KIMBALL. Prop. . ftCC in 9n A WEEK lo agents. $11 . 999 10 911 "010 l FREE P. O) ! VTOEBHY. Aunsta Maine, sapurwi | L .U - Nl'W ADVERTISEMENTS. | COMOG! I COMING! i i * SHERMAN'S Educated r Horses — ANT>- SELECT FAMILY CIRCUS ! J. AC SHERMAN Proprietors C. SHERMAN Treasurer Los Angeles, Cor. Foit and First Sts., Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August Ho ill, 26th and 27th. El Monte, : August 291h ■ San Bernardino, A ugust 30 and 31. t PRONOUNCED BY BOTH THE Press and i no Publlo to be tbe Best in the World! ! 1 ttVEvery ant reoelved with dPa'entng applau.e! Uuuureds turned away every night! Look at Our Array of Talent! 2 CLOWES 2 MONS. AUUStTO and LUPROIL.. MISS KATIE CROSS, The moat daring Lady Rider in the World. MLLE. PAULINE, j QUEEN OF 1 THK AIR. 1 THE CtI.EBRATEh ; LUPROILS, THE LORELLO BROS., > KINGS of tbe AIR-SWING. AX A. X ADEL E H , Champion Acrobat, of America. . AUGUST SIEGRIBT, The Greatest TtOHT-HOPE PERFORM er now living. admission! 91.00 ! CIIILUKUN SOc. PAUL C. BLUM, Advance Agent. ICE! Opposition Ice Co's Office—COßNEß TURNER and ALAMEDA STS., or Heinzeman ft Ellis', No. 72 Main St. B*v--»rioe, as. PER POUND (a living and not a losing prloe). contracts will be kwpt to tne letter. JOHN F. SWEENEY, JI2IT Agent Mountain Ice Companies. FOR SALE. THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OFFER THE Los Angeles Infirmary AND GROUNDS FOR BALK. The grounds are highly Improved ana contain a large number of bearing or ange, lemon and deolduous fruit trees. For terms apply on the premises. Ja7if For santa Catalina. THE SCHOONER ROSITA Will take parties to Catalina Island for bathing. Parties eau oome direct to Han Pedro in their own conveyance and their teams can bo cared for In my pasture. Campers must bring their own provis ions and camping equipments. PASSAGE, round trip $4 Children half price. Sails from San Pedro Tuesdays, and Fridajs; returns on alternate days. For particular* write (o CAPT. GEORGE EDEN, Ban Pedro, Wilmington P.O., Cal. • raySdrtwsm THE HERALD PRINTING j HOUSE Has facilities for doing JOB WORKnotequaledin South ern California. Power and Job Presses run by steam se cure promptness and moder ate prices. Give this office a call and secure work at San Francisco Prices and of a Sar Francisco finish and style. SCARCE ODS-Books. Pnotoe, Ac. ««M. Pari* - aXwn«Ce.,C!avsaC«.lM, I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND OPENING OF A New Fancy Goods Store, 38 Spring St., bet. Court and First. o L. PEISER & CO. Will open their store on July 23, with a lull and complete assortment of Fringes, Trimmings, Buttons, Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs and Underwear, ZEPHYR WORSTED, Woolen and Cotton Yarns, Worsted Embroideries, Canvas. Chenille, Floss, and All Articles Necessary for Fancy Work. In introducing; our firm to the public, of Los Angeles and vicinity we beg to inform thorn that we have been for the past eight years with tbe firm of Buyer & Reioh, of San Franclsoo, where we have made tbe re quisites of the business in which wears about to engage aspeoial study. Having made arrangements with San Franclsoo bouses, we are pre pared to take orders for auy article In our line that we may not bay* in stock, and deliver the same at a very short notioe. L. PEISER & CO., 38 Spring St. NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK OF Boots and Shoes. IW-The BEST and CHEAPEST at BENJAMIN'S SHOE STORE, 67 MAIN ST., Downey Block. JUST RECEIVED—42 Cases Boots, Shoes, Sandals and Slippers, From the Most Celebrated Eastern Manufacturers. The above, in addition to our stock of California made goods makes tbe Most Complete Stock and the Best to Saleot From south of San Frauolsoo. Ladies', Men's, Boys' ami Youth's, Misses' and Children's, In an Immense Variety of Styles aud at Prices LOWER than ever be fore sod in Los Angeles. Our aim Is to keep the Best and Cbeaneet Our motto, "Good value and low prices." An inspection of our stock and pric-s Is invited. IV. BENJAMIN J>2o «» MAIN h» A '.. Downey Blook I JX BURANCE IMPEBIAL FIBB INSOBAHOE OOMPAHY Of Loudon—lnstituted 1808. LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION Of London—Established in 1/30. BOBTHEBN 48S0RAH0E COMPANY Of London A Aberdeen—Established 183<l QOEEN IN SDK A NOT. COMPANY Of Liverpool-Established 18d7. WESTERN FIRE ADD MARINE INS. 00, Of California. WM. LACY, ACENT. nlPH . ir , B .u. 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK & uriuuis. j Under cosmopolitan Hotel. OHO. B. DRAKENFELD, JySltf Assistant Agent. TEL" ID SCHOOL OF THE Sisters of Charity WILL RE-OPEN ON Monday, Aug. 1. will find it advantageous to send their children promptly at the opening of tbe school term, as thereby all delay In classification will be avoid ed. JyliO Im MONTANA MEAT MARKET. THE PIONEER MARKET ol this cl 144 MAIN ST., NEAR FIRST. Keeps on hand the best Beef, Veal. Pora. Mutton, Halt Meats and all kinds of Sausages. Meats deliver*,! to all parte oftbeclty. A. FRANCK. mrl-em Proprietor. WILL RESUME STUDIES. ■ St. Vincent's College WILL RESUME STUDIES ON Monday, -A-Ufg-. 1. HOTEIiB. THE PICO HOUSE Is I\ow Open For the reception or gneau. All are Invited. FREE CARRIAGES to tbe house. ORIS WOLD A MARSH, "Mm Proprietors. COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, FIRST-CLASS. THE FINEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. HAMMEL A DKJSKER Prop's. This la the only reliably flrat class hotel, la situated In tbe center of tbe city of Loa Angeles, contains nearly a hundred spacious and airy rooms, newly furnished In the most comfortable stylo. Rooms in suites for families and parties on every floor, with hot and cold bat lis. THE TABLE- will always be tarnished with the beat supplies tbat can be pro curer! In the market. A FREE COACH is always on hand to carry guests to the home. No pains spared to make guest* com fortable in every way. A LARGE READING) ROOM open night and day. HENRY HAMMEL, mylTtf A. H. DENKER. ~ PACIFIC HOTEL" E. H. BOYD PROPRIETOR Passenger Eating Station. *ar All train* stop for meals. Parlor sitting room lor ladles and gentlemen asralting trains. LUNCHES PUT UP FOR PASSENGERS. Jy9-3m THE COMMERCIAL RESTAURANT- V. DOL, PROP'S, Downey Block, Main Bt. Receives alive and serves up every day tbe choicest FISH, Including SOLE. TURBOT aud SEA TROUT. MB, DoL Is the exolaalve oonalgn** of the celebrated rHOMAGE DE BRIE, which oan only be had at this restaurant SPRING CHICKENS, Justin from tbe ranches, cooked la every style. This Restaurant la Los Angeles'* Del monleo. myllf