CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
THURSDAY MAY 21, 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 and
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.
As we will commence at once to com
plete the Pamphlet.
YOUR ADVERTISEMENT WILL BE 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 conio here
ready to buy of you.
Chief Cockrill of San Francisco
has reached that period in life when
his days are full of trouble. He was
elected Chief of the Police over Crow
ley, the incumbent, after a hard
light which no one save himself sup
posed he would win. The Chronicle
fought him through the campaign in
a mean personal way, and has con
tinued the same style of attack ever
since his election. Lately the Post,
which always whistles when the
Chronicle is going by a graveyard, has
joined in the attack, and echoes in the
evening what the Chronicle has howled
in the morning. The truth is that
Chief Cockrill is not the bad man
and inefficient officer his maligners
represent him to be. The head and
front of his offending is that he de
feated the candidate of a faction, and
that faction is using the Chronicle and
Post as tools to hound him, iv order to
get even. The Chronicle has always
been to a great extent under the con
trol of Crowley and his friends. The
ex-Chief has warm partizans holding
influential positions on that paper,
who set up jobs on Cockrill
that Charles DeYouno himself
does not see through or understand.
The moment the new Chief assumed
the duties of his affice, the old Chief's
agents manufactured the story that
the faro banks were re-opened. The
charge was false. It was pretty well
understood by those on the inside of
the light, that the games the Chronicle
found had not been closed during
Crowley's administration. The
Chronicle's attack on the gamblers
was not prompted by the moral prin
ciples of that paper's publishers, but
iv the interest of the Crowley fac
tion and against Chief Cockrill.
The war has been pushed against him
in every conceivable way by the
Chronicle, in its zeal to serve the ex-
Chief and his friends, and by the Post
in its devotion to the Chronicle. Im
proper men—men unfit for policemen
—have been placed on the force for the
sole purpose of injuring Cockrill.
These bad men have been paraded as
evidence of the Chiefs incapacity.
The whole difficulty is the work of a
faction struggling to reinstate itself in
power. The Chronicle and Post may
be the ignorant, but they are certainly
the pliant, tools of the Crowley fac
tion. Their position and purpose is so
well understood that neither of them
has a particle of influence against
Chief Cockrill with the respectable
members of all classes and denomina
tions of San Francisco.
Editors who do not Edit.
The San Francisco Examiner mis
interprets the Heradd when it says
we hold tl«at there are no honest edit
ors on the San Francisco journals.
The editor of the Herald is too well
acquainted with the gentlemen who
do up the second page noncommittal
ism of the metropolitan papers, and
has too high an opinion of their integ
rity and ability to give utterance to the
entiraent which tho Examiner places
in his mouth. There are a number
of able and honest writers on the Sau
Francisco press, but they have no in
dividuality as editors. They are the
hand organs of a set of men who have
no more sense than a Government
mule, and less honesty than a Digger
Indian's hound. They are set to grind
out certain tunes, and these tunes are
selected with especial reference to the
number of pennies they will drop into
the hat of the lazzarone who leases the
machine and owns the paper. Except,
perhaps, those of the Examiner, there
is not an editor in San Francisco who
dares write his own opinions on any
important issue of the day, or if he
does dare he does so with the certainty
staring him in the face that those
opinions will never find a place in his
employer's journal. Honest editors?
Ah, yes, there are plenty of them, but
they do not edit the "leading" San
Francisco dailies. It is"the venal ass
behind the throne who does the edit
ing. He trims his sails to catch every
breeze, no matter whether it blows
fresh and pure from the ocean's waves,
or comes pestilence laden from the
vaults of a charnal house. He does
not say we will endorse this because
it is right, and we will denounce that
because it is wrong. The only ques
tion with him is, Will it pay to do this
thing? Will it gain Us ft subscriber to
do that thing? It is to this, rind for
this the hired editors are made to trim
their editorials. Can editors so situ
ated edit newspapers—edit them hon
estly, candidly and fairly? As well
might we expect the caged lion to send
forth the clear, thunder-toned roar
with which he was wont to echo the
hills of his native wild.
The Oakland Transcript editor con
cludes that L"uttrell has made a first
class donkey of himself. A fellow
feeling makes us wondrous kind. One
touch of nature makes the whole
world kin. If Luttreld has done for
himself what nature did for the Tran
script man, there are two pair of long
ears where erstwhile there was but
Quite a number of small fry jour
nals are slinging mud at Governor
Booth, with all the vim of hired men
who are afraid they will not earn their
money. Meantime, the Governor im
itates the action of the moon when
the puppy barked at her—keep* right
along, as if nothing had happened.
Grant will support Minister WASH*
Bt'RNE for the Presidency. This an
nouncement would be a little more
explicit if Ulysses had named the
term, at which he would confer the
honor of his support. Perhaps the
present incumbent will hold on a few
Local Option went to the wall in
Santa Clara the other day. The lovers
of gin-slings still embrace their mis
tress, and celebrated their right to do
so by a public jubilee.
Notice is hereby given to the
qualified electors of Florence School
Oi-trict, County of Los Angeles, State of Cali
fornia, that as election will be held on the
12th day of June, 1871, at which time will be
submitted the question or voting a tax to
maintain a Public School in said District, aad
also to make repairs upon the School House
of said District. It will be necessary to raise
for these purposes the sum of Seven Hundred
Dollars, three hundred dollars for the pur
nose ol maintaining a free school, and lour
hundred dollars for repairs of the School
The polls will bo open at the Public School
House, between the hours oft p. m. and ti p.m.
of said 12th day of June, 1871.
Dated at Florence, this 20th day of May, IS"!.
WARREN H. MACE,
WILLIAM F. FAR IS,
my2l-3w District School Trustees.
IRRIGATING PUMP !
OF THE DAY.
MR. W. S. CLAPP HAVING LOCATED
permanently in Dos Angeles, will ut
tpnii to the business pertaining to tho
Wilcox Steam Water Lifter
For me In Los Angeles county. My patrons
will tind Mr. CLAi'i'to be a fair and honora
ble business man. Call and see him at his
residence on Fort street, near corner of Fifth.
San Francisco, May 17,1871. my2ltf
Certificate of Partnershin
OF TIIE FIRM OF COBLER & CO., Do
ing business In the City of Los Angeles,
County of Los Angeles, State of California.
We, the undersigned persons, hereby certify
that tiie above described Partnership is com
posed ofthe following persons and no others,
whose names and places of residence are as
Alphcus Cosier, Les Angeles City, California
Mary M. Shaw, Los Angeles City, California
In Witness Whereof, we have hereunto af
fixed our hands and seals ibis 2utli day of
ALPHEUS COBLER, [L. 8.1
my2l-lw MARY M.SHAW. [L. s. ]
[Successor to A. M. DODSON.]
Meat Market! !
No. 124 MAIN STREET,
rpilE BEST OF MEAT OF EVE- < qaaW
X ry variety, Fresh and Salted,con-iof 1
stantly on hand and delivered en or U\\w*?m
der to any part of thefClty. mygi-am
Three Furnished Houses To Let.
OF FOUR TO EIGHT ROOMS-FUR
nlshed to suit any customer, with all
conveniences for house-keeping If desired.
Price to suit. Apply to
S. H. SLAUGHT,
No. 43 Main street, Los Angeles, Cal.
At Lafayette Block. my2l-tf
TTIOR SALE—A LARGE LOT OF NEW
IJ Wagons of every description at VERY
LOW PRICES. Apply at ALISO SHOP.
my2l-lm v. (.KAMI.
THE HERALD PUBLISHING CO.,
Have now for sale Blank Forms for
"Certificates of Partnership,"
Prepared In legal form for complying With
the new law requiring partnerships to
File Certificates under penalty of Los
ing all their Property.
FOR SALE AT TIIE
AFTER FILING YOUR CERTIF
ICATE OF PARTNERSHIP, YOU
MUST HAVE IT PUBLISHED IN
SOME NEWSPAPER FOR FOUR
WEEKS. HAVE IT PUBLISHED
IN THE HERALD.
L. A.. Sl I. R. It.
BOOKS FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS TO STOCK
In the la>h Angeles and Independence
Kallroad are now open at the ollice of tho
Secretary, No. 20 Downey Block.
F. P. F. TEMPLE, President.
By CnAs. A. Beank, Secretary. my2o-lw
NEW YORK WtW,
MAIN STREET, BELOW THIRD.
ALL KINDS OF
And PASTERT kept constantly ou hand.
Wedding Cakes a Specialty.
Delivery to any part of the city.
rny6-tf BUKHARD & EBINGER.
TltY LKON'H CIGAKS.
Five for 25 cents,
Folir for 25 cents,
Three for 25 cents,
Five for 50 cents,
GUARANTEED ALL OF GOOD
TOBACCO AND SMOKE
AT SAN FRANCISCO PRICES.
12J Cents each, or Efght for One Dollar,
Three for Fifty Cents.
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCOS
the largest assortment of any retail house
ami oheaperthan ever.
It ID I'll LEON,
Old Stund, opposite Wells, Fargo A Cos.
myl9-lm Main street.
We have Just received a Large and Kntlrc
NEW STOCK of
LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Punches & Cobblers Specialties!
.I. CAFPK, PROPRIETOR.
C*. E. GAHD, MANAGER, mylS-tf
SPRING ST., OPP. POSTOFFICE.
HANDSOME, CHEAP AND DURABLE
clothing made to order at the shortest
notice, and satisfaction guaranteed. Has Just
received a well selected stock of goods, which
he Is prepared to make up in the latest and
most approved fashions for Gentleiueu and
Youths. His assortment consists of
One trial at ADAM'S will prove thut his
stylish suits are unexceptional.
Leave your orders and you will get exactly
whut you want. mylotf
IS THE ONLY
FASHIONABLE TAILOR IN TOWN
MONEY TO LOAN.
T HAVE $2,000 PLACED IN MY
A hands to loan.
GEO. J. CJC AItKE,
Chambers: Gana n i. A McDaniel, Dow
ney Block. inyl3-tf
CASWELL & ELLIS
Have just received a large lot of elegant
Highly perfumed, from the celebrated estab
lishment of McKeone, Van Hagana A Co.'s,
Also a great variety of lias Soaps far
People wko have once tried these saaps will
USE NO OTHER,
And they are especially adapted ta the hard
water of Los Angeles, aplti-las
M. WHISLER. OIL. .lo.NB*.
WHISLER & CO.,
Opposite the Depot, deal in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
Dried aud Canned Frail,
Have for sale HAY,GRAIN and PRODUCE
of all kinds. gktods delivered teanv pnrt of
the ,city. m rut-u
FURNITURE FOR THE MILLION!
Next door to the 11 mux i. d Office,
Has constantly on hand an extensive stock of
And ererythlng in his line, which will bs
sold cheaper than the cheapest.
mytitf «IVE HIM A CALL.
MRS. H. COHN,
Dress and Cloak Maker,
AID I>KA I.XX IST
COR. SPRING AND TEMPLE STS.,
I .os Angeles, California.
The finest assortment of millinery aad
fancy goods of the latest New York and Paris
fashions kept constantly on hand.
All orders will be promptly filled at the
most reasonable rates. mylOtf
8. D. McLENNON
HAS REMOVED HIS GROCERY AND
Provision Store to the new building on
Commercial street, adjoining the Commercial
Restaurant, where he will be happy to serve
his numerous friends and patrons, myl-lm*
FOR SALE, TO LET. ETC.
I" AROE ORANGE AND LIME TREES
J for sale, two miles from Court House, on
Main srreet. The largest five-yearold Orange
trees ever offered for sale in this county. Also,
tive-year old Lime trees, and a few Orange
trees twelve-years old. MILTON THOMAS.
Los Angeles, Cel., May Ist 1874. ml-lm
WANTS LOST FOUND.
WANTED, MACHINE SEWING.
Gentlemen's shirts made In the latest
style and warranted to fit perfectly, by a lady
who has fvo years' experience as cutter In a
uentlemen's furnishing goods store In San
SHIRTS MADE FOR 91 50.
Also, ladles' and children's underclothing
neatly made, at
myiHia No. c, Beaudry Terrace.
BOOT & SHOE STORE.
Has Just opened a newand well-selected stack
BOOTS AND SHOES
That has ever been brought to this Market,
New York, Philadelphia and San Fran
cisco Custom-made Boots & Shoes,
Both Hand-Sewed nnd Screwed,
Ladies' Fine Button |Beot Balmorals,
Congress Gaiters and Slippers,
Also, the Finest Line of
Misses', Children's and Infants' Button
and Lace Shoes
That san be found In the City.
My long experience In the business enables
me to give my customers more satisfaction as
regards STYLE, QUALITY and PKICK tbaa
any other house in this city.
My old friends and the public In general are
respectfully Invited to call and examine my
Goods belore purchasing elsewhere, and I
guarantee they will be well satisfied, for I will
sell my fine goods for LESS MONEY than for
wkat they pay for common goods.
DO NOT FORGET THE PLACE I
Opposite Wells, Fargo A Co.,
SIGN OF BIG BLUE BOOT.
my II lm
15 r\ \\ r] 55
NOW 18 THE TIME
TO AVAIL TOURS Ml. VPS OF TUB
BT FUECHASIXQ TOTJB
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
O, 11. BUSH,
TO Mala Street,
AS I WILL START FOR THE
East about the 15th of May to purchase
a .Select Slock. I propose to make It Interest
ing for all my old customers, and add new
ones, by selling goods from this date, uutil
AT PRICES THAT WILL MAKE YOU
ALL FEEL GLAD.
W. B. TULLIB,
A prastlcal Watch Repairer and a No. 1
Engraver, will have charge of the store during
A Pleasure to Show Goods.
*Very thankful for past favors, I remain a
myl-tr C. 11. BUSH.
No. 3 Arcadia Block,
Loss Ansgelesa Street.
T WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF
JL my customers te the fact that I have Just
received a large ''stock or new goods, directly
imported, which I will sell for the next thirty
days at prices cheaper than the eheapesl.
My stock consists In part of 2,000 pieces nar
row print at 10 cents per yard.
500 pieces bleached domestle, 4-4, at 12V,
Also, ready made elothlng of the latest
Boots and shoes ofthe best quality, Califor
And every thing belonging to my line.
Please give me a call and examine the slock
for yourself JOSEPH COHN,
Next door to H. Newmark A Co.'s, Los An
geles street. mvttf
A DUNHAM A 80N'8
P I A IN O,
Vsirlvailed far Hweetneaa of feae aad
vclleaey of Touch.
PARTIES DESIROUS OF
chasing are Invited te give It sFTfin
thorough trial. Call at
OS Downey Block, epM-tf
•A SECOND HAND PIANO.
Addreaa, Bex Si, L*e A.«| M |>. <>.
WILLIAM BRAND, PROPRIETOR.
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FRBSH
and Salt Meats of the best quality.
Orders promptly attended to. Altso street,
second deor from the corner of Alsmedu.
WITTELSHOEFER & RAPHAEL
(FORMERLY C. RAPHAEL AND CO.),
REQUENA STREET, OPPOSITE U. S. HOTEL.
1 ?rii:sli<-ssi. and
AUXBNTai FOR THE
California Chemical Paint Company.
LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
PAINTERS AND COUNTRY DEALERS.
Who Brought I'rices l>own\*
X II E
OIV BfjtwlK STREET,
UNDER LAFAYETTE HOTEL,
WITHOUT A DOUBT
THE [CHEAPEST; STORE ON THE PACIFIC OAST.
RECEIVE NEW GOODS I EVERY STEAMER
HAVE THE BEST LINE OE
Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes &c.
lIS THE CITY.
Ladies' Balbriggan hose, 25 cts. per pair; best quality of black velveteen,
$1 25 per yard; fine black silk, from $1 50 to $3 per yard; Japanese poplin, 45 cts.
SHjr yard; the best line of grenadine, six yards for $1 00; damask towels,
il 25 per dbzen; linen napkins, $1 37* cts. per dozen; the best white shirts at
$1 00; linen hate 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 article!. Go there early and gee all the pretty
things before they are geld.
Guarantee Satisfaction to All.
COME EVERYBODY AND SEE HOW CHEAP GOODS ARE SOLD
AT TBI MIW STORE,
Main Streel, Log An •£«•!«»«.
A First-dass House • - J. A. BROWN. Proprietor.
XIIIC SLEEKPING fAIIT Al X M r I" W
Are large and well ventilated, and in the. best possible condition.
THE TABLE ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST OF THE MARKET.
No expeass will be spared te make the Hotel equal te any on the Coast. a2*Hf
E. H. WORKMAN. WM. H. WORKMAN.
MANUFACTURERS! AND IMPORTERS OF
HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, WHIPS,
SJLI3I>EETtY WABE, Etc.
A V»OI> ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' una Gentlcmcn'H Traveling liuffs, Satchels
and Valines* on Hand.
FINE CARRIAGE, BUGGY, STAGE AND TEaM HARNESS AND SADDLES
OF OUR OWN MANUFACTURE, CONSTANTLY OK HAND.
AYE ARE PREPARED TO OFFER GREAT lIV
DUCEMENTB TO PURCHASERS.
S»* REPAIRING PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO
Come and see us at tfce sign of the BIG HORSE, MAIN STREET,
HARPER & LONG,
WHOLMALK 151 RETAIL DBA I.IRA IV
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware,
FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS,
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES.
HARPER 4c LONG KEEP THK LARGEST
STOCK lIS LOS ANGELES OE THU
MOST VARIED GOODS
EVERY KIND OF
PLUMBING, ROOFING GAS FITTING AND JOBBING OF ALL KINDS
PROMPTLY AN n NEATLY EXECL'TaW AT LOW R A Test.
Rimembw the Address:
HARPER Ac LOWG,
1 MAIN STBEET. (Dawaay'a It I.ok I.oa A VUtl.Us.
GOOD FOR FARMERS
MADE BT TIIK
Kimball Manufacturing Co.,
Greatest Improvement of
No more walking in soft soil, ankle*
deep, all day alter an old harrow.
COME Aisiy SEE IT!
Saturdays—on the streets, same as a
Wagon; just change a lever or two,
aud presto ! from a Wagon it is a
Harrow, ready for its intended pur
Apply to the subscriber, at the
Clarendon Hotel, or Pioneer Stable,
by Ed. Dupuy, Main street.
AGENT FOR THE
KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO.
EAGLE HAY PRESS,
MADE BT THE
KIMBALL MANUFACTURING CO.
OF SAN FRANCISCO,
BO Is S3 PIIOPHIETOUS,
THESE PRESSES CHALLENGE
ALE HAY PRESSES NOW
IN USE ANYWHERE.
Ons of ths "Eagles," with lute Improve
CAN BE SEEN AT WORK
On the farm of Jerry Newell, about three
miles from the Court House.
All persons Interested will please (BBS v
look ut the Press.
SEE IT WORK.
ONE HUNDRED BALES DAILY.
Apply to the undersigned at t he
BT ED. DUPET, MAIN STREET.
m* L. DEWEY.
LUMBER AT REDUCED PRICES
— AT —
Perry j Wood worth & Co.'s
— AN I) —
Ne>. i« < •maierclal street, uour Hall
raad Depot. nir2o-tf
IT IS MORE THAN IMPORTANT 'IO
know that Mendel Meyer, Proprietor ot
the VIENNA EXPOSITION STOKE has jusl
returned from the market with a eomplele
assortment of goods:
12 yards American prints, SI 60
-8 yards White Rock and other braads ef
bleached domestic lor $1 00.
Ladies' foxed Balmoral* ut SI 2s.
Dress Goods, Cliumbros and ull sorts of
Spring Goods from 12% c per yard up. Gentle
inens*Spring beaver suits from is up and all
other goods in proportion.
You wilt And it to your advantage to call st
VIENNA EXPOSITION STORE,
AT HEINSCII'S BLOCK,
Cor. Los Angeles and Commercial Sts.
up2l-1 in o
I TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING MT
friends und the public generally, that
1 have engaged one of tbe rerv best
\V A. T C H Jtf A. I£ E It S
Direct from Switzerland, who will give
thorough satisfaction. Persons having
watches or clocks to repair will pleats give
me a trial and judge for themselvi s.
Also, constantly on hand, £>,OOU assoil»u
articles, for sule cheap, st
V. Dt< OMMI.Vfc,
CORNER MAI* AND COMMERCIAL STS.
No. SO, myl-Hiu
SADDLE AND HARNESS
S. C. FOY Proprietor.
ESTABLISHED IN 1854.
Importer, manufacturer, wholesale and re
tail dealer in ail kinds ol Haddlery and Har
The best brands of Saddle, Harness and
Sole Leather, always en hand uad far sule ut
wholesale snd retail.
Is l.os Streawt,
L*)S ANGELEW, wAL.
Application to Purchase un
der Act of 1866.
United Statks Land Office, )
Los Angeles, Cal., April 17, 1874. j
APPLICATION HAVING BEEN PILED
lv this office by Henry T. Hazard us
puichaser in good fuith for a valuable consid
eration, of lands excluded from thu tinul sur
vey of tho Pueblo of Los Angeles, California,
to be allowed to purchase under the provis
ions of the 7lb section of the act of July Kg,
ihtiU, the lollowlng described lands, to-wit:
Lots, 3, 4, 5 and ti of block 28, and lots I und 2
of block No. 27 of Hancock's survey ol lis
acres donation lots of the City of Ix>s Angeles
in township 2 south, range la nnd 14 west, S.ll.
M,, and bounded as follows: Commencing ul
v point on the north section 7, T2,
south, range 13 west; three chains east of coi
ner to sections 1,6, 7 and 12; thence north U2%
west seventy-four 88-100 to the northwest coi
ner of lot No. 2iu block 27; thence south 27%,
west eighteen 82-108 chains to tlie southwest
comer of said loi; thence south (52%, east
thirty-nine chains to the northwest corner of
mi ~, block a>; thence south 27%, west eight
een 82-100 chains to the southwest corner of
the same; thence south 62%, eust thirty-seven
14-100 chains to the southeast corner of lot*;
thence north 27%, east thirty-seven 44-lou
chains to the northeast corner of lota; thence
north U2%,west three chains to pluce ot begin
Notice Is hereby given that a hearing will
be had upon said application at the U. ti.
Land office In the City of Let Angeles, com
mencing on the 20th day of May, 1874, at II
o'clock, a. m„ at which time una pluce all
parties in interest will be allowed to intro
duce testimony and cross examine witness*s
touching the clam of said H. T. Hazard uudt r
Ihe provisions of suid act.
ALFRED JAMES, Register.
aplS-td .1. W. H AVEHS'I'ICK. ReeeHrer,
■XXTANTED-A SITUATION A 8 COOK BY
IT an old experienced hand. Best refer
ences given. Address, L. VAUNER, U. H.
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