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Humphrey., which wo aaaume merely P ' ■ ■ M'licul.lu.tilpidity to allow the ear-marks of Ihe curporaliou to appear in the work of preparing it faro schedule. Whatever may be said as to their mctli. ud., the nun who control the trunapor tfttion system of CeiifornL have general ly beeu regarded aa sagacioua and far seeing persons. It would seem really incredible thai tbey would play into the bunds of ii vigilant and aggressive oppo sition by allowing tbe hands of tbeir employes to ligure nt any stage uf Ihe iI.V HERALD. 91ntfle Ooploß of tho Herald, G C*ntn. Herald Steam Printing HoniM. Tlio IlK'tAMi Miuflin I'linUni Hihim U not tar' )MH h| b* any Job Prititlnfr Offloe on th* Ptvclno Special Notice. ii. ii.ifi. t ii:.'.-. ■ of Oompanlaf, •oclallm, tthiircbu, etc., will only be mieited In thr Mmalv Mp»M a.lv.»ril'»..iiicnt» Wr rthrcrve, for I'liinri BronUnn Broc, No. 6 Union Hijuftre, fork City, an agetn. far the llkrald. It will Mnitaiitl) \w found on aale on their oountera tbt UtflUM htttW wM*mA pmpta ol the eH) of Im Anireli--. Tb" H»> (h-iin.|unnt tan I Urt* ami Mr A. I, Hotlinifflworth ll tbe HnnU Ann hKnnt oi mm i '-■ ought not lo be long before the citot faats iv Ibe aess should be known on authority. * Tuk furthcoming fair of the Sixth District Agricultural Society ought hi people uf I. i- Angeles city nud county shun M nert themselves lo the otmoat U only fur the MatOw that a Baeaberof oomuinnltle, in Southern Caltfarsia, no. tably Itiveraldo nnd I'usailona, have of latn years been on their metal, and have made quit, crcditublo display, thorn grumme has already been announced, Mid tbs premium, are »uoh aa ought lo rtiarante. Sol iport, We underatand that aa afrioaltoraJ programme, nW olng aterliug leßtalat, ia now leuug nr. rnnged, and that the large Uu k kaikV iugul Mr. Valla, OB th* corner of Kirat mid Loa Angelee streets, bee hum nn. h 11, i i t In- site for the horticultural nnd agrioaltaral display. We trust thai tiie pruuiiiims in this di partmenl of Ibe Pail will be aullicienlly LtTga tn it cilu i mululiou of our farmer., or. eharili.la and viuuvnidistH. The deal sion BOt In cruet a building specially fur (lv. ejection ought to leave a much larger stun than usual at the disposition ul Ihe vend awarding commitluca. Hut IbOre hi • nOOh higher incentive It is really beginning to look like bu mess up about tho f 'ajon Pent. The California Southern road talks as if It In tended to push through the mountains nnd reach over towards tbe Needles, iv order to form a connection ul that point with tht. Atlantic and Pacific. From an Incident telegraphed from tbo Colo rado, thu other day, we nre warranted In assuming that there ia no longer n David uml Jonathan-like amity existing between the Atlantic end Paolllo nml the Southern Paolflo, and the late activity of thu California Southern may bo due t i Eastern Inspiration. In view uf tbe largo representation of the Central and Southern Paoiilo Railways in the At lantic and Paolflo, however, it Is hardly .< table to expect an) very pro ged alienation between them, line thing, however, is certain, und that is that the spunky little Sun Diego road has a lull working party in the Held, anil avows its purpose and ability lo tunnel tho Cajon "Mountain. Time alone can toll whether or no this is v mere blaft". than either premiums or medals in tbe pride of locality. I'or sevcrul IBBsOIII past nur exhibits have by no meana reaoUa I Mm standard which they ought tv I.ii. Beta I. This was uudoubt eilly d«« tv v leak uf unity und SB tbe sii.Hiu in BBffit uf the former maniige lil.iit i. We hop, thul there will bu nn such lakeWßrnutHi ou the preMOl BBlioa, and that both the luauagiug oommUteai and tbs psoplswill respond with iinlni- tv tliisopjiurtunity of niaking v iplendid HOtlaaal display. It is a lit tle unfortunate Unit these fairs lire held at a sen .f the year which practical!) I'lllus Ml mn citrus fruita, hut ue hue such a raatraagl of products that we enn make a tuperb exhibit without Tin. Son i'l-aiiuisco Port has Interview ed tho Hon. Horace K. I'nge, n goiitb'tiian who, for ten yon™, represented the seen.l dlatrlot oi California in the United States Hone* ol Representative., and who was snowed under hv n Hood majority lor Bttdd in ,i district which tn'iliiiiirily gofts llepuhliemi by nearly four thousand. Though, one would sup p, , almost annihilated, Mr. Page ap pears to he undismayed nud pipes In i be most cheerful key about the prospects of tho llepul.li. Un party. Although die claiming btblg a prophet .ir tho sou ol a prophet, the ox-stage driver cheerily gives New York, Indiana and Ohio to thu Republicans, uinl predicts the elec tion ol v Uupulilieiin President with plenty of votes to spare. According tv Page the Republican parly la absolutely impeccable and brimming over with au eager patriotism, liy tho same authori ty the naughty 1 >emucraln aro solely ae. banted l.y a love of the •polls of offioe. To an inquiry froni ihe reporter us to whother In- had retired from public life, the ejcCongresamau replied, "not hy n long-shot.'' This is one of the truoel thins,* ho snid iv v long, und what must have proved to the reporter 1., 1.0 a we.iris, .toe ititorvie W. Mr l'agu did not retire from public life, but was per emptorily retired therefrom by tbe people. THE LATEST! [Special to the HattAUP by the VVeefWß Union Telegraph Oonipany.] PACIFIC COAST riWIJIIfg HOUtll tftlMl Kuait. riUMXa, Sept. 10.The following In I hen to Oay. "' P " M ',v T R Bottrt, Sonorai MaroosK Wlliuri, aiotwjCol a«rd, 1) s Ai Mr. ll Bolt.. Km, It. Ward und wile, T baton*: Mm S Morton, Iliivrnin.rt, U| A W Porter, Oahlaßul I llarluug, Anaheim] geiby .1,,,,,.., Cariln, Kevi John Blaven, tn.nk CorndinT, I. A; Ota Metotire, Bl Pais) .1 11.I 1 . Scdnlle ud wife, Taoton, fpil.wAilf i PWr Strainer Orl*nbn. San Fmsasm, Sept. 10. Tho Orittbfi Mltod tin. morning, with the folio*tug passengers for Los Angeles: II M ('nut, Mrs .1 Not! lad two children, V llurlev, Mrs Hurley und child, Mrs ll A Doblneou, Mrs X A Brown, Mlsa X Roberteon, Mlwßmiley, A Robertson, N M Heywerd, Mrs I, W Perish nnd t.»o children, Miss 1, Mr Lollnn, Mis Wood nud son, Mrs Kings, busy, ti Westward, ITQ llalsteud, Mrs J J Roberta, Mrs Walker, Mrs C Charl to.,. M,s E A .siev. ns. Aeeneenbrenner, H i: .pp. ll .1 Brown, B !■' Jonee, wife nud mother, G T Nickel-sun ud wife, S M Williams, V 11 Steele, .1 1> Fisher, H Barthelow, Mum F (i (south, Miss A Wood, 11 W Corliss, llri; M Fenn, wife ami child. Mrs .1 V 81o»n, I, Berooe, II I Mull nml wile, 11 A Warner, All Wileon, •! B Rouen. A I'rnmiiicnt Lawyer Iseitfl (.ullltr. to Try Blertrlelty Per Mtreel i am San Kiiimim ii, Sept. 10. —George Berstow, ■ prominent lawyer in thia city I.igidatiuc, die.i vestcr.hiy ol cancel in Ihe stomach, aged'71 years. An attempt is going to he raedi to op erate the Wlealoti street railroad hy elec tricity. Ailiiilnnloh liny nt Mtoekton. BTOCKTOH, .Sept. 10. The Admission Day procou weeorei a mile in length. tt included the Mexican war veterans, members ol the Greud Army of the He. publlo, California Pioneers and other so cieties, together with all local organiza tions. Governor Stoneman wee present and made au mldresa. The Mint* •''air Nml trey, Bel KAMI mo, Sept. HI. The State Pair opened to-day under the most favor, able auspices: weather cool. The first race, three-quarter mile dash, was won by Premium, Ran nick saooad. Time 1:141, Tllonoß San Franolaco has "ulwuvh boen regarded aa a very tatitudlnarlan city, the thiuly disguised Infidelity which the Rev. Henry Ward Boecher preaches aeeuia uol to go down there very well Thia gentleman's connection with the pulpit, far some dozen yeara past, hnR been one of the acaudala of the age. While assuming to he n be liever as lo the whole body of christian morality, and while nominally accepting tbo divinity of Christ, he has been at pains, at some time during tho past de nude, to surrender in detail ell that he pretends to respect as v whole. He eeems to ho poated at the gates of the Christian citadel in urdei to betray it to iv enemies. Tbo really distinctive thing about hia lectures ntn 1 sermons is his insidious adulation ol wealth and mere materialism. His career as to sin cerity nnd manliness is iv very marked contrast with the Rev. Dr. Tyng, dr., und several other eminent Pcokestant olergymeu, who, on be ing convinced that Ihey could not conscientiously teach tho doctrines of Iho communions to which thej be longed, stepped down nud out, and sought congenial occupation iv secular pursuits, Tbe only honest mid down right characteristic which has been left to thia sometime Brooklyn paragon is bis avarice. The persistence with which he demands S3OO and upwards for hia nightly appearancu on the lyoeum stage is worth) ol v modern prima donna. Si xn.n - itane of our eeteemed con temporary, tbe Sun I'rHnciaco Sxaminer, conies to ua with something Uml mighl fairly celled v second edition of Ihe hlorey letter, although it la n fur more voluminous documcut. In addition, there waa a remarkable similarity be t wen *• handwriting ol Garfield ami that of tbe authot of th. Moray letter. TheMorrylcttTf.irg.iy. ii forgery it well-mcauiug p.-..!.:.. Then is no sucfa oorrespon.lcucc between Hursburgk'a chirograph) aud tin- baiulwiitlug on a ■pecirocn proof sheet. h> th. JfsOsmiMeT. Ia fad, tin re is no i. st in bianco whatever between the two hand writing!, tho similarity between the sig nature of flan. Sullivan and ths margin al notes being much greater. In tho simile of the letter from Mr. W. W. Stow the Examiner certainly succeeds In giving continuation of it* idea that Mr. L'.u*pcnter waa the choice,of the railway for Conmtiaeloner from tbe lirat district, although it la hardly fair to concln Ie . Ith i tbe lUilway Cotnpanyor that gsmttem in h) what might have been the voluntary ntterancei of Mr. Stow. There is this much to he aaid about tbia contribution of the A'.t<iinm<-r to nn al ready embittered controversy, lhat it at last gets down to details and tie da iv ar gument which, if based .m facls, haa some point aud purpose to it. The of the fare schedules proposed by the | majority of a Democratic lludway Com pleasuro by au othcial of the rail wuy, is one which admits of proof or disproof. It ought to he met at onco. tin the auppoaitiou that there was a corrupt C ■' lluntlnicloii liilrrvicnetl Hi' llcalee Uor»F)'i Ntati in j N't " \ ..ui„ Sept. 10.--Tbe attentiun ofc. I. Huntington rue calkd to the leharga made by Done; that he and Gould bad bought Stanley Mutthewa bis sent nn tiie Supreme bench, Hunt | iugton replied: "I recollect seeing such reference lo couoaotlon with Qarneld I and Mat thews. So far aa 1 am con eemlng it il utterly Inching in truth." Did yon ever have auy Oouveriarloa meal ul liatthewi to tin. Supreme I raiigcmenl. ngreeuient or hurgsiu or any thing of th.it kind hy which (inrfield ' promised to pluce Matthews or unv oth er person oa the Supreme DMak .| in conaideration of your finaueial "No: I Uml nslight uiapiaiutancewtth Mathews when lie was ussociat ' counsel for Tea Scott in tbo Texas I'acilic, with I which I was identilied. 1 then learned to respect his talents. I have not con tributed much money for campaign pur poses since tho war. 1 used to pay something for political purposes Ivfore that, hilt not sine . I do uot think there are any marked issues between the two political parties now except those al luded to iv the Scripture • Loaves and lishes.' Tho couseijuence is. that, of re rent years, I have done altout us much for tho Democratic party as for the Re publican. I hare not felt myse'i called upon to take much notice of these stutc auee 1 never paid attention to Horn tho ranch in New Mex ico, bul 1 am always glad to tell you what I know about such matters when it will do any good or set anybody right." ,» !»ovrl Walking Malrli CttIDAOO, Sept. 10. An in.ioration a/ai made huru to-day in thu walking mi i. h line by the .ilealpt uf William Kil/.ig, « laborer, 32 years old, I" inonnl » flight of forty live .tain tlime hundred limn, in tea hour, fur a wager. Kitsig began Ihe task at 7:45 thi. morning, MM matin MM trip one buinlroil time, iv the lint hour ami a half. At IIJO he hail climbed Ihe atsirwsy 17.> times, when ho stopped tor (linni-r. Hi displayed 1 ifcjPM of fatigue, hut claimed his ability to flflisk within tlif tiiiiu spueilied if not prw.uted by the police .tlotlilliK Mettled .. Ith I lie Mlonx. ClltOaOOl September 10.—Senators Dawes, Logan and Cameron, ol M Ma< nln Committee to consult with the Sioux rdnlive tv the proposed ('pulling of the Mob! Him hlliib k> sclthm. have reach ad this city oo th. return trip. They ~y thai untiling haa been d.mjltely set thitl; that they foVad that certain white nun in that country bad allVwad to. In. diunn tv bold fa.t to their reenratlun, as by doiai to, the? could foio. rheOovarn in mi ttu pay tli i-in it larger price than ie BOW proposed. Ac a etmserpie ice, the chiefs were non-committal ou nil subjects trbiob the DotnMlt.eewere empowered to talk »uf\ tbem about. Ilrutnlly llenten by a Hall}'. Hi '.w X, I ul.. Sept. 111. Thui mm- In. Edward t>, Cowan, oily editor of the Lead villa //. rahl, was brutally aaaault sdby Alderman Joy uf Ihateity. Tbe parties' arete diseassing local pnlitics, when Joy tunk exceptions l« 11 remark of I lowun's mid knocked him down. Then with drawn revolver he kept the orowd at hay and jumped un I'nwan's face with bin heavy I t. nud bilked and .tamped upuli it until idmnst uurucugnizublo. ( "wiiii «ill probably die. Joy eaaaped to Mm inuuntiiinM, (,'uwmi ie well-known in thu Went ac a brilliant young waiter nml ul excellent oharaole*. Toy ie a notorloni bully, keep) ■ lew dive, and ie absolutely devoid of character. Application lor InnpeetorN. Wamiivutiin, l>. C. Sept. 10.— The All.nip nnd Pacltlc liailroud (Company bus made applies! In the President for the appointment ol ihree commis sioners to Inspect luO mile, uf complet ail road in Arlaona, w«t af tke 11(H) mile pout. Oal, iii'.viiiii tciiiiittiMi. \\ iiuhnoton, Hept, 10.—lienl. Cot Montgomery Bryant, ul Iha Fourteenth Infantry, reoently tried by Court ifi r tinl ni s«n franc i»oo bus beeu acquitted. Sa Sieve t'aana ut Psanlaeala. Wasiiimiton, Sept. 10.—A telegram from I'.Maoola says. There have been o >w case, of yellow (aver nnd bo death), among the naeal tureen since last repnit. Ilie Unllum in Our lluil». W v iliM.ruv, Sept. 10. - The issue oi standard dollars for ihe weak ending Sept. ISth, 18S:i, wi'lu e'.V.M.HIW, against $4M,100 f..r the ourrct| ling period lint year. \ Blrty Crowd ef Hornini. Nuw Sobk, Sept. IU II 'alth Bfl utf Bsnb uya the Mormon smigrant. who arrived nn Saturday oa, ~| in.- fool. •si crowd, he had avi r elan i led. The Mm- ■ c.me i i the c burgs uf ■boot twenty ciders, ul tha head of whom trai Ktdaf !'■ r. tunas. Mterllug Kx.f llHliuc anil Stn.nl. Nkw Vobk, Boptember 10. Bar silver pur ounce, 1000 Hue, sl.ooj. Sterling bill., mi London, III) day., 81 S.M; do do, right draft, i4.M| C. s. 4J». ul 1801, b> tereat quarterly, 11.12(1 U. S. 4s. of 1907, iuterest quarterly, $1,121: V s. Is. 11)07, interaal quarterly, SI lllj V. S. i tcij: W I). Telegraph si;. llt-uvy ItamaKe by FrONl. BututA, N. V., Bapt 10. The (Ihciu iui|> Valley tobacco orop wan rtauTged 9100,000 l.y frost last night. The buck wheat nil.l corn wito ulsu damaged. AM rtlie I'oi 1 KealM Ifend l.i.|.|sv ili.k, (Ky.), Sept. II — Private dleputohee aunouuoa the death, nt Co liurg, 10-day, ol Mrs. Phillip Speed, of I,miaville. Mrs. Spaed ni mice of John Keats, tho colol.iute.l aad unfor tunate pool, an t Mother of n.l liter Speed, until recently nteneglng edi tor of the New York rVorld. The io niums will In. brought hero ior Inter t.'atnl ateaalt. SiKtNToN, Pit., Sept. K. Andrew Wiliianis, aged '.'2, playfully pointed v revolver ut tu. slater, uged is, thia after ii....n, wheu theplatol want oil', killing her iiiatumly. ■Tewa ti i until.-. I lo- tux, Sept. 11. A IttnM special ■ays: There oomes from Maine n well authentioatetj story tliut certain local Poinooratie lenders culled upon lllaino, ut Augusta, uml wire confidentially informed by bitn that in his (Blaiue'a) opinion, if Uaverttor But ler could secure n re-election in Massachusetts this year, ho would inevitably become the Hem..emtio aoirti nee lor president ami he sleeted. Bluiue added thai ho himself waa out of politics nud should, under noeironm slun. es, ho in the Held for the Prcai- I annals;ration afirlah *'iiiiiii'cn to Oatarla, OrTAVI \, Out.,. Sept. 10,—Rev. Father Blddona, Secretary of Cardinal Manning, to-day hud un Intersiew with Lowe, Sec retary ol" the Department of Agriculture, In reference to the iiiunigrutinu of chil dren from Ireland. 11.. asked tho (lov erument lo ullow a sum per capita for every child sent out under Cardinal Manttiog'a direclion. tiOwe, it is said, gave tho rev.rend gentleman to under stand that two dollars per child would, in nil probability, he allowed. Six hun dred already, through the exertion of Cardinal Manning nnd his secretary, have found homos in Cnnndathis season. FOREIGN. An Irtab lilitultaiy Head. Dublin, Sept. 11,—The Right Hon! Hugh Law, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, is dead. I ~.,....< till.! ,r ««Tall'N LoKlKjx, Sept. 10.—The I'uiia Itaua, in un editorial, ivrunimeniU that during EASTERN. tlif pending between Cha leimd Lftoour and Marquis Taeuf. the dispatch t>| iiinioi'iftmiiLs to Toiuiuin should be continued with unabated vigor. The Tinu*. commenting ou the above reeumiiwMidation, expresses a fear tlmt such notion night cause tho Chi nes* Government to think tbut Krunce ia ooly trying to gain time, and it might thwart the design by maidenly bring ing on hostilities. Thi ill W ttvi- uml t.urthtiuuUe Hay (ten Matter**. Sr. Thomas, Sept. 4. -There waa a tidal wave in the harbor August 27th, during which the water receded three times. A aharp earthquake tihoek was Felt at 10 o'clock the following night. August .JOth two shocks were felt al most simultaneously, the first being light the second severe. Considerable alarm was felt but no damage was done. The Haytfen revohttionista having bought the British steamer "Kider" dis patched her AugUßt 25th with fifteen exiles for Jamaica. On tiie 20th the vessel entered Jaemel feigning distress and was seized and sold at auction. Nrven Homiuiean exiles left on the 25th for Karbadoes with arms and ammuni tion, intending to proceed to Jacmet. The Captain of the vessel took ebar«e of the ainmuuition and landed the passen gers at Jamaica. Kurthtiuake at Muia. Lima, Sept. 10.— There was au unusu ally strong earthquake this morning ut 4:10, duration fifteen necomU. All ouiri at Affrnill. AoRAM, Sept. 10. There haa been no further outbreak and last night parsed quietly. A number of citizens offered tbeir services to assist in preserving or der. The announcement by the Gov ernment of the suspension of thu issuing of distress warrants for the payment ol taxes led to the partial pacification of the country. LOS ANGELES uaiLY HERALD, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 11. 1883. Relief for Javaurne UnfTeren-. Thk llaui k, Sept. 10.—Fifty-eight I thousanil guilders, sul>*cril><*d here, have lieen sent to Batavia for the relief of tha Mufferers by the volcanic emotion. It is exi:ected that au order will soon l*j ia-mea by the Datoh Government ex empting the population of Ilantaui and Ijampong from taxation for several < ompiim. Nt to Vlllard. Hkiu.in, Sept. 10.—The Tageehlatte says: Th« speech delivered hy Presi dent Villard, on completion of the North Pacific railway, on Saturday lust, will make a lasting impression on both sides of the Atlantic and adds: "Kuth here and there all agree in hoping such a brilliant undertaking may prosper." Horsford's Acid Phosphate S. ri. I'tirkoi, W«Ulngtoo. 0., laya: M WbIU ciosnng Lake Krie I gayti it to it gave hnnieillate relief." No frugrant wild flower of the heath lit sweeter than my Julia's *igh; No pearl in whiter than ber tetftb, Wblli her ioft lipa the roset dye, Pllf SI JZODONT in her deli«ht. It keeps those charms no pure ami bright. NEW TO-HAY. BDBLMAN Ar CO., Cigar Manufac turer., make tin Lest rissra and do till) lanri st obbhut trade In aouthern Calilornia. mybltf PARTNERSHIP, $150. Psrtnership in manufacturing husltias. for Halo. Inquire at Herald iittlce. It SITUATION WANTED Aa housekeeper by a lady Irom thu East; be.t oi references. Address W. W., Herald tsm. Ml] lw WANTED. A situation a. housekeeper by a yotu g woman of aX|Kirlun..r, widower preferred. Address M. T 8 , Herald ortloe. .oil lw WANTED. A aeui to take charge of a small pack train at Ivtu.piik Inquire of JAs. I lIAPE.V, at Lsnker .liiiu'a Milla, on Commercial street. sail Ut VINEVARDISTS, ANTENTION. yardl.t and wine maker AUUrc. Vi IN»?Si'aVl'k, Herald since, sell tit Masonic Notice. There will be a apodal inootltuc of Lo. v ja , Angele. Lodge, No. 42, F. at A. M., at )Bt Maaonie Hall, Spring atreet, on thi. I ruo.day)evening, at aocl.ick, lor work in ihe Firat Degree. All Master Mus.ni. lit gw.l -.landine are cordial ly Invited to I* present. Bt oilier of the W. M. It W. S. MiiUlli:, See Lapro.s X p, S4O REWARD. Lost on Monday afternoon, on Main .treet, be twoen tint Court House and the Cathedral, a lady', atiatn.lad gala watch, with chain ami pin attache i, pin enameled, with the letters "L. C. ' engra- ail tv It. I'he ttldei will r.c.-lve thu above roa.r.lon tatinnliie the propem to H. litis. MONII.S il .T .Sl'tU.K. Mao, .treet, opposite the I. ». Hotel. sell St CARMELITA. Thiadeliglttful residence la now u|ieii lor board- Rooms Airy und spurious. An Excellent Table. TERMS REASONABLE, Apply lo .tikm, .ii:\v.\t: c CARS. Comer Colorado struct and Orallye UrovoAvonue, I'uMatteoa. selltl W. L. WILLS, M. D., Physician & Surgeon, Ofllce, '.'ll S, SPRINUST., ROF.DKII BLOCK. ONk. Hour:. I loll t s. and 1 to 3 and 7 to Sr. ». aelltf Try Bay is'VVrilhii, Tablets The bust for the money ever offered the trade. Call aad examine them. Also a fine line of Crane's Ladies' Note aud other line pftpm Litihtenber ger's new Block, First slreei. stll St FOR SALE. Lol 48, Watts' Subdivision | of Sun Rafael Itnneho, containing 20 acres. Also Lot 5, Same Tract, containing 10 HM No IrriKiition uerdedi Artesian Water above and below. Outside the Frost Belt; Can Raise Tomatoes and Beans the Entire Year. Located between the city and Pasadena. Frlre StPO per Acre, CM,, Apply to DR. T. 0. MARKS, (in the afternoon only.) No. 20 Water street. Find Loa Angeles. ■ell lw Proposals for Virgin Street Sewer. Notice i. hereby given that scaled proposals will lie reeeivcit In Hie lunletsigned Up to the meeting ef the Conned of t lie eit v of Lo. Angeles of September -t'.M, A. D, lssri.forlhe construction of tbs Vim ill Ml reel Mower. All projiosals olTered shall be accompanied by a cheek, payable to the order of tbe Mayor of the City of Los Angeles, and certified by a responsi ble'liunk in an amount of at least #UB.sl. Tbe Council reserves tbe right to reject any and all bids. Hy order of the Council of tbe city of Los An geles, at its meeting of t-eptemher Sth, lass. W. W. ROBINSON, Clark nf the Council of I lie city of Loa Angelas. Loa Angeles, September loth, A, D. IMS. 9.11 St Proposals for Pearl Street Sewer No. 1. Notiuf W hereby gifM that tssdad proposals will be received by tbe undr>r*i)fnod up to the meeting of the CoUircU of Ult City Of Los Angele:, of Septomber Ud, A. L>. ISB3, for the construe I'ciirl Stl.ef Mf ncr So. 1 All prtipOMals offeie 1 shall lie accompanied by a check, payable to the order of the Mayor of the City of Los Angelo-*, and ccrtiileii by a responsl bleilnink in SU amount of ut least Tlu, Cotiii. il res.irvt;.-* the right tfi reject any and all bids. By order of tbe Council of the city ot Los An geles, at its meeting of Sept. Sth, A. D. ISH3 W. W. ROBINSON, Olerk of tiie Council of the fit v of Los Angeles Los Angeles, September ltth, A. U. U&3 EIGHTY NEW LOTS. THE OUCHAED TRACT, BKTWKKN LOS ANOF-LlvM ANO SAIN PEIIB Sts., and Third and Fourth Sts. POMEROY & MILLS, j> t>7tf Comer Spring and Court Sts, FOR SALE. I'.oo n desirable residence iota, fronting on Buena Vista und New lii X li .treet., near Temple Al.o two choice lots in Last Loa Aligelel. ad joining the Presln terlan church. Apply st Kim hall Mansion, 1:<1 New High street. au2stt We will pay $10 reward for the arrest and convic tion of the person mutil ating the sample goods or show ivindons in front of our store. W. W. A S. A. Wiwkr. sc6 lm WANTS- LOST-FOUND. tt ANTED.• 0 A girl to dn cooking md housework. Apply to J '■ 8. Spring Street. se4 tf WANTED. A girl for general house work. Apply st No. 30H South Fort Street, between the hours of V sod 11 A. M. seltf SITUATION WANTED. By a young uisn who la s (food bookkeeper, a rapid snd fair writer, and who npeaks afid writes Knglish, French, German IMB Hpenhh. Apply at thi- ofllce. au24 FURNISHED ROOMS Wanted by a Professor of Music in exchange for Piano or organ leasoua. AddrtMw PKOFEHHOIt 8., P. O. Bo* HiSO. seOlw LOST, KEYS. On Thursday, September 6th, a bunch of live or ill keys, on ring. The Under will please return to the Herald office. seU 8t FOR BALB—FOB RENT. STORE ROOMS TO LET. Immlrti at No. 30 Aliso ■treet. Also furnished rooms, eeptt lw •100 WILL PURCHASE A manufacturing business and learn the trad*. Applvatu. J. sifHPfmtD'S Fruit Warehouse, on Pachoco .treet, close to Main. seB 3t FOR SALE. Lot* 1' and o, in Block 160/ Santa Monica. Prics«|3fiO. HUMPHREYS Jc MINTER, set) lm Santa Ana, Cat. FOR SALE. T. S. Palmer's rjubdivlslon of Block t*J, Kast Los Angelas Is now offered for sale In city lots. It Is without doubt tho finest location for residences in the city. One hundred ana eighty three feet on Downey Avenue, close to tbe electric light. A double row of trees all around, and frse from dust. SeeT. 8, PALM KB, No. 001 Downey Ars., East Los Angeles. set) lw TO LET. A cottage of Aye rooms, hall, bath room and pantry, In a desirable location. Enquire at Ho. 35 Charity street. sepO lw FOR RENT. A good house with three acres of land. A well of good water on the premises. On Tenth street, noar Psarl. Also, for sale, horse, wagon and harness. lnquir.tof MRi KIIEUIE, at No. 20 Wilming ton street, sett lm TO LIT. FINE LARUE STORES to let in Arcadia Block- Apply to lm JOSS KOBT. ft. BAKER. TO LEASE. The second story of a brick building, now In process ot erection; will contain about HO rooms, unliable fir a lodging house or hotel. Near the canter of inisineas. For particulars Inqutie of POMEROY <fc MILLS, au3 Jtf Court St., opposite the Court House. FOR SALE CHEAP. Two aoan team Horses. One heavy truck ing team; erne heavy lumber wagon; one express wagon and two sets of team harness. Apply soon to WASHBUKN BHDS', au7tf 1"V First St., opposite Nadeau Block. FOR SALE. Building lota in the Kerckhoff tract, fronting on Main and Los Angeles streets- Apply on the premises. m'ibtt BUSINESS FOR BALE. A s.mt.ll amount of Capitol will purchase an established hwdnsSS, OSOtrally located. Apply to 11. M. SMITH. je2Stf Over Fir.,; National Bank, Room 0. EMPTY WINE PIPES FOR SALE If applied for soon. KOHLER a FROHLINO, Seventh (Street, between Alameda and San Pedro i Streets. au.6 2w I FURNISHED BOOMS. Pleasantly located and neatly furnished, TO LET, SINGLE OB EN SUITE, Corner Fort and Franklin streets, oue block frjin I'ostoffloe. daitf FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD. Large rooms, with modern conveniences and nicely furnished, to let en suite or single with board. Situation unsurpassed for health and comfort and oi.ly a few steps from business KIMBALL MANSION, NKW lIIOH ST., NEAR TEMPLE. .1 FOB SALE, CHEAP. 1* LOTS IV BLOCK ol th. MOTT Trmct, on Pearl .nd Third .treat.; urine, raiifjing Irom • 175 to 3250. Terms easy. K. H. BENTLEY, so and 87 Temple Block, Los Angelas, Cai. MM VIVA MEXICO I ANNIVERSARY Mexican Independence I i.lli of September. GRAND PICNIC with usual attractions, at CITY GARDENS, GIR,A.Wr> 13 AT TURNVEREIN HALL, Under the auspices ol ths Young Spanish-Americans and Union Band. RECEPTION COMMITTEE: Judge V Sepulveds, Hon R F del Valla, lion 8 M Whlto, Col A W Potts, J Uowney Harvey, X F da Cell., Toman I'alnniares, \V R Rowland, James Howard, Joaa de la Luz Machado. FLOOR COMMITTEE : J M Obundo, Ed Melius, L Soto. GENERAL MANAGEMENT: J A Berry, V Bllderraln, E A De Camp P boming-uss, E Ilosnirn, M Velaeco. GOOD MUSIC AND GOOD TIME: e&ff" Ticket, on Hale Everywhere. aulOt.l GRAND BALL 73d Anniversary or tbe Independence of Mexico, TURNVEREIN HALL, September 17th, 1883. Committee of Arrangements, Hon. R. P. Dsl Vslle, J. O. eWwtlUo, Nicola. Covarrublae, Juan J. Forster, Albert Rimpsu. B. A. Yorba, A. W. Potts, C. E. Mile.. A. W. Ryan, kill. Powell, P. Pico, R. A. Ling, P. Ballade. s, Cellestlis, V. L. Sanctis., M. Hirlj.nn;. J. H. Sanchez, P. Daranette. Flour Mana.er-J. C. Keys. Aumlauslon to Hall (iildudtus Lady and Gentleman) ... .1 OO aultd AUCTION SALE. ON TIIE PREMISES, Sprluu Htreet, bet. stb & «tli, ON Wednesday, September 12th, 1883, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., . All tin- Furniture, aud Household and Kitchan Inrnit v iv ol IS rooina, eonaiatlns of Walnut and Ash Bedroom Seta, 16 Fancy Chalra, Wardrobes, Lounges, Carpets, Large Hange, Copper Boiler, Ku. l.tn and Lining Room Furniture, Silverware, Dl.has, etc. Sale positi\e and without reserve. NORTHCRAFTS a CLARK, se2td Auctioneers. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CARD OF ACKNOWLEDGMENT. Los AsoRLKs, Cal, Sspt. H, l Milbs Bsus., AfsnU I'lvbdlx and Home Insur IDM Companies OKNTLBSEi*: At the request ot Chas. Hmlth, Km\., of Downey City, 1 express ids high appreciation of your promptness In pay ing within five days aftsr ths fire ths Insurance policies held by him in your companies. Thin recognition is due you, for the policies of the compaiilss you represent constitute insurance which really Insures one against loss to the ex tent of the amount of tho Insurance on the prop erty destroyed. Yours truly, sep7 lw If. L. WICKS, Forces of a Sunbeam! LECTURE BY BISHOP H. W. WARREN, 0. D., IN TUB Fort St M, E. Church, MONDAY. HEPT. 10, ISSU. AT 7:«6 P. M. Proceeds to be Applied Building Fund of BRACE M. E CHURCH. tilmUsiiui SO Cent.. sepe It $10,000 in Premiums. THE FOURTH ANNUAL FAIR The Sixth District Agricultural ASSOCIATION will be bald at LOS ANGELES, OCTOBER BTHTO I3TH INCLUSIVE Kvery errati;;citiciu bus bei i imale for the llue.t exhibition avar given In tha State. The Baby Slum and Fifty Mile RttCC will be announced liereaftur, SPEED PROGRAMME. I tint liny Mo ml u.i . Ortober Ktli. No 1. Uistriet trotting, 2:4oclasfl. Pursei'lftU. No. t. District puuing, J ml nuts class. Purse No. B. District, rininiiig, (or v! ywir-olds, mile dash, Purse B'2<JO. No. 4, District running, free for all, mile dash. Purse WOO. Mrcond Iray Tucwday, October ttth Nc. f>. District trotting, 3 minute class. Purse No- 6. District Bb-ycle race, mile dash. Qold medal, fir it prize: silver modal, second prise. No. 7. Ten mile ruuning, free to all riders in the State, to ride one or more horses. Purse WOO. No. 8. District running, free for all graded horses, £ mlleaud repeat. Puns 1250. Third l>ay Wednesday, Oct. 10th. No w. District Trotting, 2:3oclais. Pursess(K>. No. 10, Ten Mile Lodioa' Knee, change horses each mile. mMBM free, Purse 9150. No. 11. Distrif t running, oue mile and repeat. Purse sjUt>o. Fourth l>ay Thursday. Oct. 11th. No. 12. District trotting, 2:45 class. Purse 8400. No. I'd. District trotting, for 2-year-old-., mile heats, best 2iu 9. Purse #2&0. No. 14. District running, for 2-year olds, 1 mile Purse sjBOO. If ten or more entries, *100 Fifth Bay Friday. October l*th. No. 15. District trotting, 2:35 class. Purse •MA No. 10. District running, for graded horses, ] mile dash. Purse *300. No. 17. Itunninv;, free for all, 2 mile dash. Purse 53.10 Sixth D*9 Saturday, Oct. 18th. No. lt(. District trotting, for 3'vuar-olds. Purse $300. No, W. Trotting, free for all. Purso IMO. .No. KO. Breeders' Stallion Kace; mile dash for 2-year-olds, weights to rule. Open to cedts of stallions entered. Entries for Stallions to close on September Ist: fee siOO. Cntrles for the race close September 16th. Open to tha world. Stal lions entered August 10th. A. J. Hutchlnsou'w Hock Hocking. D. Kelt-hard & Co.'s 'Hardwood, K. J. Baldwins Urimsted, K. J, Baldwin'a Ruther ford. No. 9L Novelty raco. two mile dash, froe for all; $3 )to winner of the first one-quarter mile; WiO to winner of Unit one-half mile: *&0 to win ner of fir* mile; 47b to winner of mile and cue half; 8125 to winner of the dash. Beeords made subnequent to September 1,1853, will not bar entries in 2:30 or 2:36 classes. Entries to above races to close with the Socre t;m on Saturday, September 18, 1883. F. J. BAHRETTO, President. E. A. DkCamk, Secretan. au2B Grave Stones. WHERE IS THE CHEAPEST PLACE TO BUY A GRAVE-STONE ? a —AT O'NEILL & GANSS, 14 Kast First Street. Wo are retiring from the business, and offer a large and beautiful assortment of finished work at cost. Call early and select, and remember we do uot employ any agents to charge you an extra 36 per cent. soO lm | J RANDOLPH HEADERS. MOWING MAT MIXES, HORSE RAKES, FARM WAGONS, SPRING WAGONS, HEADER TRUCKS, CARRIAGES & BOGSIES, (iieup Tor Cash ut REES&WIRSCHING'S, 123.125 and 127 Los Ansjele.i Streot, LOS ANOELES, t'AL. je2o 6m I i PORTLAND CEMENT, Reduced from •S.SS to S4.SS per Barrel. CEMENT PIPE -AT- Low Rates. APPLY To N. W. Stowell & Co., East Los Augeles. New Saloon. The Semi-Tropic. ~. Cluvs. KaU.il, ol tbs Pico House Saloon, will open a 1,i.1 class saloon at No. IT Soutb Spring Street, Two uoors south of tbe Nadeau Hotel. t.7 tt Express copy. NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. Our Bazaar • OURBTOCK | • w °r val - Is a free exhibition. Filled with Novelties jpj Our Bazaar Viiitora aro not ex e»ery desoriptlon, especially adapt.il for Praaento. peoted to purohaie, W. bar. prapu-ad yet everything i. for WE KEEP FOR CHILDREN . '™™ ™><>P'»<>'°' •ale. aud prlf'CS SBl A large assortment of TOVM situ KindergartenOoot]., Luuch »iiit»r» to th. «ity, , . . Pslls, Straps, Bag., ate. are marked in ' and hops oor coa plain flgures. hj FOR YOUNG MOTHERS M Ouratteudaatsare Thu finest selection of CIIILOHKVH CABRIAUKI9 will foal at liberty to _ ever olTered at prices looontsstsble. employed to answer bring all «tmn««r. to aiii.ue.tiousundde- FOR EXCURSIONISTS, m The best assorted Mock of Trunks, Valias., Ilasketi, FUhitig Tac- UUP D&Zd&T. so r lire goods aud _ kls; also Travelers'sundries, Combs, Brush.., Perfumery s i .sim, MM and Soap.- * nether they wish their uses. Do not UeJ fl \ FOR HOUSEKEEPERS. HH t» or not est a c o cm, at Don't neglect posting yourself in our prices on Plated Ware, Cut" I lery, Cabinet Ware, Toilet Articles, Picture Frames, Brio- i m a-Brao, etc. 23 ssJ fV 23 ITK If you are returning home yon wilt find a choice hhtl NTHR TTT hhi select ion of present, suitable for all ages, and at price. t^^" li UII 1 n * * to meet your puree, however full or empty it may be, NORTH MAIN [3 MESSING, BAUM & CO., MA I N STREET. Q McDonald Block, 23 N. Main St. Q STREET. AS UP GO Smiling Patrons through our Aisleways, As Down G-o Satisfied Purchasers towards our Doorway; AS ITT OO The ceaseless crowds through our entranceway. OUT C 3-0 Happy, smiling, Bargain-laden Fair Ones; on the sidewalk; in the street cars; at tea-time; while receiving friends; while making calls; at the theatre; at all times, in all places, 'tis said, so we are told, that this week and till further notice the PEOPLE'S STOKE will close out several lines of OXXOXGXI SILKS, In plain and High Fancies, at less than original in voice price. As we are large consumers, and buy and sell in great tjuantities, our Fall Trade was anxiously courted by the largest houses in the United States, and have purchased vastly in excess of our expectations, by reason of the gigantic reductions made to us on our Fall purchases. Therefore we are compelled to realize on our home stock, and will rid ourselves of current goods in order to have immediate use of our capital Those expecting to buy cheap Dress Goods can, during the next two weeks, get silks for the same outlay. People's Store OjMTJa iPRICE. THE SNUG. No. 4 S. MAIN STREET. (Nest door to CONFIDENCE ENGINE HOUSE.) HENEY, Formerly No. 10 Commercial St. BEST LIQUORS, BEER AND CIGARS. gaTCome aad see me. jMtf HENRY NORBOE, FREDERICKSBURQH ~ Lager Beer Hall, Cor. San Fernando & Sotelo Sts., JAKE li I, It KIN'S, Proprietor. A large consignment of thia faitiona beer has ar rived and will be constantly on draft. Large and fine assortment of Wines, Liquors & Cigars. Los Angeles Agency for tha Celebrated FREDERICKSBURGH LAGER BEER. Give us a Call. mlOlm CANN & KING Billiard Parlor and Saloon, No. 20 MANJ STREET. HOUSE FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT. Moat Improved patterns of Billiard Table. THE FINEST LIQUORS & CIGARS Always on hand. Give ua a call. a2lt O OIsTJIVTBIA Bicycles and Tricycles FOR SALE BY H. KERCKHOFF, Agent. Also parts of machines and sundries. 51S Main Street, or P. O. Box V 3. l-tf' Circulars and price lists on application. au2U lm FOR SALE. AN IMPROVED PLACE OF 161 Acres, with Water Riglit, situate in the Alhambra Tract, San Gabriel Valley. The improvements consist of A House of Four Rooms, and detached Kitchen, Stable, Corral, etc. Grounds planted with 400 Hearing Orange Trees. half budded, half seedling: six acres bearing illaue Elben Grapes, balance in deciduous fruits. Apples, Pears, Peaches, etc., all of the best varieties. Price, MI,SOO. Terms Easy. Apply to U. I" I Its IILL sel lm San Gabriel. Naud'sWarehouse WEYSE BROS. & CO., PROPRIETORS. Urain Stored 5 Lowest Bates Money advanced on Ware house BecelpU at 6 per cent. on sums of #1,0011 and up wards. JylS-lm O. WHITB, REAL ESTATE OFFCE, r.oom 49 Temple Block, OmisiTE Jiistius Lino's Coo.t at 8m Professor Louis Adams, Who has had twenty-seven years experience as a teacher, will Siva lessons in the French Laiitniage at hia otllce. No. 84 Baker Block, or at puplPa res idence, on moderate terms. References: Mr. Eueene Meyer, French Consul, Miss Stonemnn, J. M (Irlftlth. Mrs. Bishop Kip, G. A. Doblnsou, and many otasra. 1y24 lm Grand Military Ball. Monday, September loth, AT TTJRNVBKEIN BALL, Oivsn by the Kagle Carp., TICKETS, 11. sefttd*, ' NOTICE. All person, ars n-amed againat trusting my a Hit un any aocount, aa aha lis. voluntarily left no l ed und board F. HILTONBERO. To. sen. A. 1., September 1, IUU. H« 7t CALIFORNIA Confectionery, Restaurant and CANDY WORKS. Meal, at all Mourn lee "'ream al waya an 11 uml. L. BRENCKLB & CO., Props, No. 85 N. Main St., Loa Angeles. au27 lm PALACE HOTEL This house, occupy iw. an entire block In the canter of Han Francises, is tbe model hotel of the world. It has double the accommodation! of any othsr house In the city; is thoroughly fire and earthquake proof; and has five broad easy stair ways, and five elevators. Every room is extra hutfe, litchtamJ tuff. The syntem of ventilation Is perfect. A bath stud closst adjoin every room. Guests Entertained on either the American or European Plan. A restaurant is oonnectsd - ith the Hold, and is the finest in tbe uity. People from the interior of ths State visiting San Francisco, either for busines or pletnure, will find the Palaoe, centrally located aa It is, tbe plea.ante.it aud most economical Hotel In ths city. aetjtr JOHN SEDGWICK, Manager. Wells of Water. JACK BAIBLEY, The Champion U.-ii Borer of the Partite Coast, is attain in tbe field, prepared to sink artesian wells through soil, boulders or rock. Ills tools are the best ever mads in Loa Angeles, and all his work is fint-claas. He refers to Mr. L. J. Hose, J. K. I lot leu beck. Harper, Reynolds it Co.. and a hundred others for whom he has made wells without fall. IBs address will be at llArper, ;tcynolds & Co.'s. au il lm Boston Market Corner of Sth aad Marin. St.. All kind, ol Ireah meats, cancel meats, bam, Poultry, Butter and Eggs, FRESH FRUITB AMD VECETABLEB. Mast, kept treah In Refrigerator. All good, delivered Ire. aulotl C. O. OILLMORE, Proprietor. LUCIUS BAKER,C. E. 9LBVBYINO at ENGINEERING OFFICE A Normal School. P O. Box 1227. jelS lm TUTT'S PILLS TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, From these sources arise Utree Tourtlis oi be tllaeaees of tho human race. Theae lymptomeindicate theireUatenoe: Loss al (ppstlte, Bowel, costive, Wek Haad .che, fullnsaa altar eating, aversion to ii.rtloaa of nodjr ar mind, Bruotatlon »f food, IrritablUtv of tempar, I^v. H.art,Dots before tha eyas,hl«filr col ired tlrt.ie, COW.TIPATIOW7 and de nand the nse of a remedy that acU directly in tho Liver. AsaLlvermedtclneTUTT'S ntXS have no equal. Their action on the Kidneys und Hklnts also prompt; removing ill impurities through these three .ear enaera of th. .ystsm," producing Hppa Lite, sound digeatlon, regular stools, a ojaai iklnandavlgorousbody. TUTT'S PILL,* oause no nausea or griping nor interfere with dully work and are a perfect Mdl^Share^SebT^e^^ TUTT'S HAIR DYE. Grat Haib OB WiMBKMts Changed In Itantly to a Glosst Ulack by a single ar» plloatlon of thia Dtb. Sold by Druggist, or Bent by expreaa oareoelptofftl. OlBco, 44 Murray Street, New York. TUTT'S MANUAL Of UEtf Ut RECEIPTS FRU> JACOBY BEOS. Retail Department. After thia date we will poattlvaly SELL NO COODS ON CREDIT All parties indebted to us will please settle their WITHIN TWENTY DAYS, aa after that date collections will be enforead. J ACIOBY BROS. August 27, 18SS. sutStf H. FINNEY, SEARCHER OF RECORDS, Room A, - - Moms Block, NOTICE TO Water Consumers From mid attar to day consumers will plea** use tho city water tor sprinkling and irrigatinu purpoMn only during the evening, corameuciiig at 5:30 p. ft. , and ending at 7:80 a. m. By order of tha Hoard. 8. H. M©TT, Secretary. Loa Angeles, September 8,1883. sett lm MULES jm Im. Will tra cold at public auction, in «| tu. Court House, Hprtng atreet, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,1883, at 12 o'clock M., to the his heat bidder lor cash, a-pair ol FINE WORK MULES. now used at ths County Hospital. By order ol the Board ol Supervisors, .„C td *■ w - rXWTi, OUrk. Milling Association. If you want to borrow money, to be paid back In monthly Instalments, lor th* purpose of pay Ing off a mortgage on yonr home, or of bulrattig you a house, or il you want to secure a nous* and lot to be paid for in monthly pay melt ta, subscribe for a few shares of stock in .Savin** Vund and Buildiiitf Society of Loa Angela*. Or If you want to lay up a little each month out of your ears in its where it will b* aate and yield a better inter eat than any saving* bank, aubeoribe at once for For full information apply to E H. BENTLKY, Secretary, mySStt 80 and 87 Temple Block, Loa Angeles, Queen Chop House. Thia eitablkahment will be closed to-morrow for pennanftDt and important Improvements that will require a week to complete. After thai It will be open as usual day and night, and kept In the beat style. eellw J. UARITICB, Proprietor.