Newspaper Page Text
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
WEDNESDAY MAY 20, 1874. ANOTHER HERALD PAMPHLET. The great demand for the Herald pamphlet makes it necessary for the Company to issue another 1,000 copies. They have been sent all over the United States, and to Europe, Eng land, Ireland, France, Germany aud other places. A CHANCE TO ADVERTISE. A limited number of advertise ments will be taken, to accompany the Pamplet, so that the reader can form a better idea of our city business and business men. APPLY SOON, As we will commence at once to com plete the Pamphlet. YOUR ADVERTISEMENT WILL RE READ By the emigrant before he starts, and on his way here; and when he arrives in this city, he will be acquainted with the persons whose advertisements he has thus become familiar with, and will at once trade with them. Advertise your farms, city lots, etc., in the herald pamphlet, and the purchaser will come here ready to buy of you. Railroad Prospects. However much we amy all condemn the policy of voting vast sums of the people's money to railroad corpora tions, and however strongly we may d i.ounce the arbitrary acts and the blighting extortions of railroad com panies, we all realize the one great fact that it is to railroads, and rail roads alone, we must look lor the speedy development of Southern Cali fornia. We all realize the power of the Southern Paciiic and the Texas Pacific for the accomplishment of this purpose. We know that these roads will do more to till our country with the hardy, industrious population we so much need, than any other one or a dozen steps that may be taken. The country is here. We have the soil and mineral wealth sufficient to support millions of people. Our climate is un surpassed. What we want is popula tion. The railroad will supply this great desideratum, and therefore we want the railroad. We do not care who builds or runs it. It is with pleasure that the people of Los Ange les valley receive any and all inform ation indicating the early commence ment of operations on tho Texas Paciiic :>r for th" sneedv comolotion of the w« tVI r Southern Pacific to this city. We no tice that the bonds of the Southern Pacific road are steadily advancing in the European market, and it is ru mored that if certain negotiations now pending for the sale of a large amount of these bonds are successful, the com pany will not discontinue operations at liukersfield, but will push tho road on to this point without delay. With the exception of a tunnel or two, the preparation for the road bed will not require a great deal of time ncr Incur extraordinary expense. The company realize tiie importance of completing the road at the earliest possible mo ment, and nothing but a want of funds has caused a suspension ot the work. The section extending the track to Bakersflaid will soon" be finished, and it is to be hoped the company will soon be in a condition to continue the work without interruption until it meets the road at San Eernando, and thus give Los Angeles valley a continuous line of railroad to San Erancisco. It has been said and wisely said, that San Francisco without a sensa tion is unhappy. If she finds herself unhappy she immediately proceeds to work herself into a blissful state of manufacturing a sensation. Of mur ders, single murders, double murders aud suicides she has had more than a feast of late. Tiie appetite for blood begun to pall. Something must be done. A change of dish was absolute ly necessary and an attack upon offi cials was decided upon. The Mayor and Chief of Police voted to ignore certain charges preferred against a couple of policeman, and for this a brace of the city papers abused and continue to abuse these two high olli ciais worse than pickpockets. The sensation was needed and must be had even if obtained ut the expense of, and by blasting tbe character of two of San Francisco's most worthy and re spectable citizens. The Sacramento Union declines t> continue a controversy with the Stock ton Independent on tiie ground that it never courts the second kick from an ass. Once an ambitious young man started a magazine, and selected for his motto the words from Richelieu: "Men call me cruel; I'm not; I'm just." Edgar A. Poe said the motto was not complete; that it should read: "Men call me cruel; I'm not; I'm just —an ass." Evidently the Union has about the same opinion of the Inde pendent donkey. Tknnie C. Ceakein is coming; in fact, she is almost here; and, what is more and perhaps worse, Claelin mere is with her. This is a terrible story, but the worst is yet to be told. Mrs. Victoria Woodhull is soon to leave New York for California. "Can such things be, and overcome us like a Summer's cloud, without our special wonder?'' The San Joaquin and Tulare Nar row Gauge Railroad Company has been gathered to its fathers. It is dead —dead as old Mohley, who was as dead as a door nail—and the Treas urer has been directed to pay oil all indebtedness and divide the surplus pro rata among the stockholders. Important to Partnerships. A law was passed by the last Legis lature compelling all partnerships, Where the firm name does not show all the partners, to file a certificate of partnership. If a firm neglects this it cannot collect itsdebts. To accommo date the business community, the Hekald Pulishing Company have just printed a carefully prepared blank certificate in legal form, for Use in complying with the law. Comply with the law at once, and save low, The following is the law: Amendments of the Civil Code, en acted at the last session of the Legis lature, provide as follows: 2,466 —Except as otherwise provided in the next section, every partnership transacting business in this State un der a fictitious name, or a designation not showing the names of the persons interested as partners in such busi ness, must file with the Clerk of the county in which its principal place of business is situated, a certificate stat ing the names in lull of all the mem bers of such partnership, ami their places of residence, and publish the same once a week lor four successive weeks, in a newspaper published In the county, if there be one, and if there be none in such county, then in a newspaper published In an adjoining county. 1!,407 — A commercial or banking partnership, established and transact ing business iv a place Without the Utttted States, may, without filing the certificate or making tiie publication prescribed in the last section, use in this State the partnership name used by it there, although it be fictitious or do not show the names of the persons interested as partners in such business. 2,4oß—The certificate filed with the Clerk, as provided in Section :2,400, must be signed by tho partners and acknowledged before some oilicer au thorised to take the acknowledgement of conveyances of real property. Where the partnership is hereafter formed, the certificate must be filed, and the publication designated in that section must be made within one month after the formation of partnership, or within one month from the time designated in the agreement of its members lor the commencement ofthe partnership; where the partnership has been here tolore formed, the certificate must be filed and the publication maue Within six months after the passage of this act. Persons doing business as partners contrary to the provisions of this article, shall not maintain any action upon or on account of any con tracts made or transactions had in tiieir partnership name, iv any Court of this State, until they have first filed the certificate and m*ide the publica tion herein required. 2.469— On every change in the mem bers of a partnership transacting bus iness in this State under a fictitious name, or a designation which does not show the names of the persons inter ested as partners in its business, ex cept in the cases mentioned in Section 2,467, a new certificate must be filed with the County Clerk, aiid a new publication made, as required by tins article, on the formation of such part nership. 2.470— Every County Clerk must keep a register of the names of firms and persons mentioned in the certifi cates filed with him, pursuant to tliis article, entering in alphabetical order the name of every such partnership and of each partner therein. Elections this Year. This is a sort of off year on elections, yet 1874 is not entirely devoid of po litical interest. The pool will be suf ficiently stirred to unseat many mag nates and give many aspirants the fruition of their hopes. New elements will enter into the contest in many States, which will render results here tofore considered certain, sufficiently doubtful to invest the fight with more than ordinary interest, and call forth the full strength of those who seek the people's stewardship. The following, relative to elections and Senatorial terms will be of interest to those who read politics: Eighteen States elect Governors, thirty-five elect Representatives, aud twenty-five Legislatures elect Sena tors. The following named Senators' terms expire on the 4th of next March: Hagar of California, Buckingham of Connecticut, Bayard of Delaware, Gil bert of Florida, Pratt of Indiana, Ham lin of Maine, Suumner (dead) of Mas sachusetts, Hamilton of Maryland, Chandler of Michigan, Ramsey of Minnesota, Ames of Mississippi,Schurz of Missouri, Tipton of Nebraska, Stew art of Nevada, Stockton of New Jer sey, Kenton of New York, Thurman of Ohio, Scott of Pennsylvania, Sprague of Rhode Island, Brownlow of Tennessee, Flanagan of Texas, Ed munds of Vermont, Lewis of Virginia, Boreman of West Virginia and Car penter of Wisconsin. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CERTIFICATES (^PARTNERSHIP THE HERALD PUBLISHING CO., Have now for sule Blank Forms for "Certificates of Partnership," Pr-iarcl l:i legal form for complying w.th the new law re [uir.iig partnerships lo File Certificates under penalty of Los ing all their Property. FOR SAM-. AT THE ET.JBftAX«I) office. AFTER FILING YOUR CERTIF ICATE OF PARTNERSHIP, YOU MUST HAVE IT PUBLISHED IN SOME NEWSPAPER FOR FOUR WEEKS. HAVE IT PUBLISHED IN THE HERALD. JL. A.. 4fc I. 11. 11. BOOKS EOR BUBttCRIPTIONS TO STOCK in the Los Angeles and Independence Km 1 road are now open at the otlice of the Secretary, No. 30 Downey Block. E. P. F. TEMPLE, President. By CiIAS. A. ill am, Secretary. my2u-lw NEW ADVEFt MSEMENTS. Established 1859! TUYLEON'S OlC^VlitS. Five for 25 cents* Four for 25 cents, Three for 25 cents, Five for 50 cents, GUARANTEED ALL OF GOOD TOBACCO AND SMOKE FREELY. Havana Ci^.trss* AT SAN FRANCISCO PRICES, m Cents each, or Eight for One Dollar, Three for Fifty Cents. CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCOS the largest uaiorttneni of any retail house ami obeaper i baa ever. It A L VII LEON, ol<l Stand, opposite Walls, Fargo A Co's, myls-lm Mala street. GRAND RE-OPENING OP THE ORIENT SALOON. We have just received a Large and Entire NEW STOCK of LIQUORS & CIGARS. Punches & Cobblers Specialties! .r. CA.PPX3, PROPRIETOR. Gh lE. GrARD, MANAGER. niyl6-tf F. ADAM, TAIIuOR, SPRING ST., OPP. POSTOFFICE. TT ANDBOME, CHEAP AND DURABLE Jti clothing made to order at the shortest notice, and satisfaction guaranteed. Has just received a well selected slock of goods, Which lie Is prepared to make up in tlie latest and most approved fashion* for Gentlemen and Youths. His assortment consists of CLOTHS, COATINtiS, CASSIMEItEH, and VESTINOS One trial tit ADAM'S will prove that li its stylish suits are unexceptional. Leave your orders and you Will get exactly what you want. mylUtf FITZPATRICK IS THE ONLY FASHIONABLE TAILOR IN TOWN myia*u MONEY TO LOAN. 13 AYE $2,000 PLACED IN MY hands to loan. GEO. .J. CLARKE, BROKEIt. Cravbuw: Ganahl A McDaxxil, Dow ney Block. myl3-tf CASWELL & ELLIS Have just received a large lot of elegant TOILET SOAPS, Highly perfumed, from the celebrated estab lishment of McKeone, Van Havana A Co.'s, Philadelphia. Also a great variety of line Soaps fer BARBERS USE, BATH-ROOMS, FINE LAUNDRY PURPOSES. Teople who have once tried these seaps will USE NO OTHER, And they are especially adapted to thf hard water of Los Angeles. »plli-lm M. WIIISI.Kit. GIL. JONES. WHISLER & CO., AT THE DEPOT STORE ; Opposite the Depot, deal in FLOUR. PROVISIONS, VEGETABLES, CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, Dried and Canned Fruit, Honey, Etc. Have for sale HAY,GRAIN and PRODUCE of all kinds. Goods delivered to any part of the .city. • mrl»-tl NEW YORK BAKERY; MAIN STREET, BELOW THIRD. ALL KINDS OF BREAD, CAKES, PIES, CRACKERS, And PASTERY kept constantly on hand. Wedding Cakes a Specialty. Delivery to any part ofthe city. myo-tf BUKHARD & EBINGER. SKINNER <St SMALL, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, I] EA lnjl'i KTI-'W AT LAFAYETTE HOTEL. Arc well known in Los Angeles as success ful buiidi rs, and refer for recommendation to all for ' Jioin they have done work. mylOtf FOR SALE, TO LET. ETC. " LARGE ORANGE AND LIME TREES for sale, two miles from Court House, on Main srreet. The largest flve-yoivrold Orange tree* ever offered for sale in tliis county. Also, live-year old Lime trees, and a few Orange trees twelve-years old. MILTON THOMAS. Los Angeles, Cal., May Ist 1874. ml-lm WANTS-LOST-FOU N D. ANTED—A .SITUATION AS COOK BY an old experienced hand. Rest refer ences given. Address, L. VAUNER, U. H. Hotel. my 17-31 ANY ONE HAVING A HORSE AND buggy, or two horses und a buggy, lo let for two weeks, will leave word ut this otlice. myl.V.'lt WANTED— A MAN AND WIFE, the man to understand the culture of the different fruits, und his wife to take charge ofthe house and uook for three or four persons und wash for one. The best of reference will be required. Address P. O. Lock-box No. 47, stating where and when parlies can lie seen. None but those capable of filling the positions need apply. mvl2-*lt WANTED, MACHINE SEWING. Gentlemen's shirts made in the latest style and warranted to fit perfectly, by a lady who has fve years' experience as cutter in a gentlemen's furnishing goods store in Han Francisco. SHIRTS MADE FOR Hi 50. Also, ladles' and children* underclothing neatly made, at myo-lm No. O, Boaudry Terrace. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. COSMOPOLITAN BOOT & SHOE STORE. Jw \«V °/' j NEW STORE! NEW GOODS! WILLIAM SLANEY Hun just opened si new'nnd well-selected stork of BOOTS AND SHOES THK HEST Thut has ever been brought to thtl Market, Consisting of New York, Philadelphia and San Fran cisco Custom-made Boots & Shoes, Both Hand-Sewed and Screwed, ALSO, Ladies' Fine Button 'Boot Balmorals, Congress Gaiters and Slippers, Al-o, tbe Finest Line of Misses', Children's and Infants' Button and Lace Shoes Tliat can be found iv tho City. My loriß experience in the business enables me to give my customers moreaaiUfttctlon us regards STYLE, QUALITY and PRICE than any oilier house iv this city. My old friends nnd the public in general are respectfully invited to call and examine my Goods belore purchasing elsewhere, and I guarantee they will be will sat tidied, for I Will sell my tine goods lor LESS MONEY than for what they pay for common goods. DO NOT FORGET THE PLACE! 100 STREET, Opposite Wells, Furgo A Co., SIGN OF BIG BLUE BOOT. my 15-3 m '\\ ?!" \\ rj~T~ IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. NOW IS THE TIME TO AVAIL TOUBSBLTXS OF Tlia GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY bt rosoßAusa tiur Watches, Clocks, Jewelry aim BILW ERWARB or <J. 11. BUSH, Main Street, AS I WILL START FOR THE East about the Utb of May lo purchase a .Select Sock. 1 propose to make it interest ing for all lay old customers, and add new ones, by sidling goods from this dale, until my return, AT PRICES THAT WILL MAKE YOU ALL FEEL GLAD. W. U. TULLII, A practical Watch Repairer ans a No. 1 Engraver, will bare charge of the store during my uosence. A Pleasure to Show Goods. Very thankful for past favors, I remain a public servant, myl-tf C\ 11. BUSH. GREAT BARGAINS AT JOSEPH COHIM'S, No. 3 Arcadia Block, Angclca Street. I WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF my customers to t lie fuel Hint 1 have Just received a largo stock of new goods, direi t)y imported, winch 1 will sell for the next thirty days at pr ccs cheaper than the cheapest. My stock consists in part of pieces nar row print ut lv cents per yard, "hJU pieces bleached domestic, 4-1, at cents. Also, ready made clothing of the latest style. ilwots and shoes ofthe best quality, Califor nia munulacture. And every thing belonging to my linn. Please give me ucall and exuminethe stock for yourself JOSEPH COHN, Next door to It. Ncwmurk & Co.'s, Los An geles street. mv9tf For Sale. A DUNHAM & SON'S I* I A. IS O , I urlvailed fbr Sweetness of Toae aud Delicacy of Touch. "OARTIES DESIROUS OF AT ckusing ure invited to give it until I tnorough trial. Cull at PHOTOGRAPHIC PARLORS, «5 Downey lllocU. apSI-tf "yy ANTED TO PURCHASR /A SECOND HAND PIANO- Address, Bex si. Las Angeles P. O. AL ISO MARKET. WILLIAM BRAND, PROPRIETOR. DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH and Hnlt Mouls of the bestquallly. Orders promptly attended to. Aliso street, second deor from tho corner of Alunicda, ap'-HMf MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. WITTELSHOEFER&T RAPHAEL (FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.), REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL DEAEERS IN I Hints, Oils, I Si'iiSihotsi. :sn Glass. AOENTi L'oit THK California Chemical Paint Company. jL.Ij3IHIIA.jLi INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS. BroUffllt Prices Down? t ii c IMPORTAITT, <>> MAirV ITBEET, UNDER LAFAYETTE HOTEL, WITHOUT A DOUBT THE CHEAPEST. STORE ON THE PACIFIC OAST. RECEIVE NEW GOODS 8 EVERY STEAMER HAVE TIIE REST MPSE OF Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, &c. IN THE CITY, Ladies' Balhriggan liose, L's cts. per nair; best quality of black velveteen, SI 25 per yard; line black silk, from $1 50to$-3 jieryarti; Japanese poplin,4s cts, per yard; tbe best line of grenadine, six yards for $1 00; damask towels, cl 25 per dozen; linen napkins, $1 37$ cts. per dozen; the best white shirts at II 00; linen hats for gents, 50 cts.; 1,000 pairs of best California shoes, $1 50. Also, a nice line of the very latest styles of ladies'linen suits, and thousands of other articles. Clo there early aud see all tbe pretty things before they ars sold. Guarantee Satisfaction to All. COME EVERYBODY AND SEE HOW CHEAP OOODS ARE SOLD AT THE NEW STOKE, IMPORTANT. CLABENDON" HOTEL, >l:iin Street, Eoh Anyel«a*. A First-class House - - J. A. BROWN, Proprietor. 111 X SLEEE P I N G APA 11 TMEXTI Are large and well ventilated, and In the best possible condition. THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET. No expense will he spared <<> make Ike Hotol equal te any on the Coast. a'JS-tf E. H. WORKMAN. WM. IL WORKMAN. WOEKMAN BROS. MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OP HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, WHIPS, SADDLERY WARE. Etc. A .HUD ASSORTMENT OF jL,ntlieH" ant] Gentlemen'm Trtiveliiifty Sutehels mi<l ValieseM ou Hand. FINE CARRIAGE, BUGGY, STAGE AND TEaM HARNESS AND SADDLES OF OUR OWN MANUFACTURE, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. WE ARE PREPARED TO OFFER GREAT ITX DUCEMENTS TO PURCHASERS. WmT REPAIRING PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO Come and see us at tbe sign of the RIG HORSE, 70 MAIN STREET, LOS A N(JELES, CA LIFORNIA. HARPER & LONG, wnoi.mALß an a RETAIL nsiLßna in Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS, COOKING AND HEATING STOVES. HARPER Ac LOT\G KEEP Till? LARGEST STOC'li lIV LOS AxNifiELES OE Till! MOST VARIED GOODS* EVERY KIND OF Ilou«eliold l^iiniititre, l£itclien jFiirniture, liiipl*naeiit«. PLUMBING, ROOFING GAS FITTING AND JOBBING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY" AND NVATLY EXECUTES' AT LSW RAT AS, Remember th« A.ddraaMi Skz LONG, NO. I MAIN STREET, Don nay's Mloalc) L«S AN«KI.T». NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GOOD FOR FARMERS CALI WO IS MA HARROWS, MADE BY THE Kimball Manufacturing Co., SAN FRANCISCO. Greatest lmprovcme.it of the Age. No more walking in soft noil, ank'e deep, all day alter an old harrow. COME AND SEE IT! Saturdays—ou the streets, same as a Wagon; just change a lever or two, and presto ! from a Wagon it is a Harrow, ready for its intended pur pose. Apply to the subscriber, at the Clarendon Hotel, or Pioneer Stable, by Ed. Dupuy, Main street. L. DEAVEY, AGENT FOR THE KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO. my9-tf EAGLE HAY PRESS, MADE BT TUB KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO. OF SAN FRANCISCO, SOI, X J' Jl OI» HIK XOIt S. THESE PRESSES CHALLENGE ALL HAY PRESSES NOW IN USE ANYWHERE. One of the " Eagles," with late improve ments, CAN BE SEEN AT WORK On the farm of Jerry Newell, about three miles from the Court House. All persons interested will please tuke a look ut the Press. SEE IT WORK. ONE HUNDRED BALES DAILY. Apply to the undersigned ut the Clareudon Hotel, OK Til X 1 P I O N IC 1C 11 H T ..V 8 I < H2 S. BT ED. DUPEY, MAIN STREET, m. l. deweV. myiltf LUMBER AT REDUCED PRiCES — AT — Perry | Woodworth & Co.'s LUMHE R YARDS — A is' D — PLANING MILLS, No. I« Commercial street, near Rail road Depot. nii'JU-lf IT is MORE THAN IMPORTANT TO know thut Mendel Meyer, Proprietor of the VIENNA EXPOSITION STORE has just returned from (lie market with a complete assortment of goods: Vl yards American prints, $1 60. S yards White Rock and other brauds of hleuehed domestic lor $1 00. Ladies' Coxed Balmorals ut si %. Dress Goods, Chamhros and ull sorts of Spring Goods from )2'.,c per yard up. Gentle mens'Spring beaver suits from IS up and all other goods in proportion. You will tlnd it to your advantage to rail at MENDEL MEYER'S VIENNA EXPOSITION STORE, AT HEINSCH'S BLOCK, Cor. Los Angeles and Commercial Sts. ap2B-lmo SOMETHING NEW IV LOS ANGELES. I TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING MY friends und the public generally, thut 1 have engaged (me of the very bast W A T O II M A I£ E R S Direct from Switzerland, who will give thorough satisfaction. I'eisous having watches or clocks to repair will pleats give me a trial and judge for themselvi s. Also, Constantly on hand, li'i.ouo assoilcu articles, .or sule c heap, ..i C. PICOMMUJTB, CORNER MAIN AND COMMERCIAL STS. No. id, niyl-Otu PIONEER SADDLE AND HARNESS MAN U FACTORY. S. C. FOY Proprietor. J\STADLISIIED IN 1854. Importer, manufacturer, wholesale and re tail (fattier in all kinds ot Suddlery and Har ness. The best brands of Saddle, Harness and Sole Leather, always en hand und ler sale ut wholesale and retuil. -No. 17 Los A iiuch'n SStreeut, i.*»S ANOKIj:*, eAU B olMf FURNITURE FORJHE MILLION! H. NEWBAUER, SPRING STREET, Next door to the llskai.u Office, Has constantly on hand nn extensive stouk of FURNITURE, BEDDING AND WINDOW-SHADES, And everything in his line, which will ho sold cheaper than the cheapest, myetf GIVE HIM A CALK MRS. H. COHN, FASHIONABLE MILLINERY, Dress and Cloak Maker, AID DICAX.ait IV FANCY GOODS. COR. SPRING AND TEMPLE STS., Los Angeles, California. Tho finest assortment of millinery aud fancy goods of the latest New York und Paris fasfiloni kept constantly on hand. All orders will be promptly tilled at the most reasonuhle rates. mylOtf 8. D. McLENNON HAS UEMOVED HIS GROCERY AND Provision Htore to the new building on i oininerclal street,adjoining tho Commercial liestuurunt, where he will he happy to serve his numerous friends and patrons, myl-lm*