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Crop Review. The following telegram waa sent from here a week ago to tbe San Francises Chronic!*. Since that time the weather has been unusu ally favorable for the ripening of t|B grain: The barley crop is vow more than half harvested, while the harvest ef the wheat crop is only fairly un e'er good way. Tbe weather has Bean all that oould have been de aired. No drying, scorching winds , bays arrested or shriveled the crop, bat 000 l weather and plenty of dew have enabled tbe grain to fill out to ■ a beautiful plumpness through a • laser, alow season ol ripening. The MUrest Is about two weeks behind ordtßary seasons, and tbis delay haOfceea of great advantage in per sVUhg ths flpenlug gralo. lhe aWilltJ 'of the grain, as far as nreshlng has proceeded, is very 1 las, much more uniform than last year and of a grade to command Batter rates than hays been ourrent tor ths past three years. The crop la tba northern and western por tions of ths oounty Is about two thlrds of a full crop, while in tbe soatherly portion a lack of rain ar rsstsd tbe growth- and caused much Of ths grain to be out for hay. That which remains will be not more ''Hum one-fourth of a crop In tbat section, while through the county Mearga the yield will be.one-half "or a full drop, of superior quality, atttwearth more money than auy ■Pasrtons crop ever gathered aioce gtVri-ralsiog bsoame a promineot . Ileswssfli In Los Angeles. The wheat crop or 76,000 aores •fit probably yield 1,126,000 bueb akt, trlklsa 60,000 acres of barley will *TlwaUastl,6oo,ooobushelß. Of tbs KrUy god wbeat.about 30,000 aores ha** been eat for hay, forwbiob a Una demand exists for Arlaona, KfW Mexico and Northern Texas ajhaat El Paso. Barley Is also be tag shipped to the same section In IHatll quaotltiee. A nalf-doaeu tearing mills will grind a large BBftlsn of tbe wheat in tbis coun ty, while tbe balance will be sent t* Great Britain by tbe vessels Wtr nearly due with coal and rail road iron. (torn is looking well a>ad tba fruit crop Is larger and batter than svsr. Alfalfa-growing, ■ Shsmi .making and hog raising are egaUnueily on the inorsase. New land is being constantly brought aadsr cultivation, and all orops IM* ready and rewarding mar ket. Tba agricultural and indus trial products of Los Angeles coun ty sure rapidly Increasing, and gen eral prosperity prevails among all The Drowning of Dr. Lyle A couple of ladies give to tbe IfcantaAna Herald the following *>8s)BBnt of the drowning of Dr. JLyle, whiob occurred at tbe La |Ui laat Sunday: "Dr. I>yle came down to tbe beach on Saturday evening and waa aa cheerful as usual, even more ao, romping and playing with bis Children. Early Huuday tnorniug ha and bla wife and little daughter prepared tbemeel veg for a bath. He Intended preaching ut 11 a. m, in tba school house, near by, hence the early bath—about 9a. m. Tbe water Was very cold, therefore hla wife went only into the surf, while he with the little girl went beyond. After giving the obiiil a good hath be brought her to the chore, and asked bis wife to go out with him. Sbe aald It was too cold, and tbat tbey had been In long enough. He tben turned round saying be would have m swim. Walking out to water up to hie arms, a swell coming in want over his bead, after wuicu be never arose. We could see him plainly, being above on tbe bank. He never struggled, but seemed to be floating under water. Ue re mained thus a few moments, after Wbjnh hewent to the bottom and farther to sea. We gave tbe alarm; hta wife not baviug noticed It as anon as we did. He was brought to •bore, and all possible means made use of to resuscitate him, but wit fl oat avail." ... of the Tucson Magazine. Tb* followior is a statement of tb* oontents of tbe Tucson msga •ln* on tbe day of tbe ez plosloe, tbe latter having oc •arred at 11 o'olook at nigbt. Tbe Toeson magaitne consisted of two **$*ntsi' In the one were contained a targe quantity of blasting caps; ta lb* otber: s Xievea kegs of gunpowder. JKlghty oans Dupont's sporting Seventeen thousand two hundred and fifty pounds Hercules powder. Twelve thousand pounds Vulcan powder. Four hundred pounds Giant I powder. Ulgbt thousand five hundred pounds Tonlte powder. Heresies, Vulcan and Qiant are nil dynamite (oltro glycerine) pow der*, a fotal of nearly 80,000 pounds of Mtro-glytmine powder. No wonder Tucson was thakeo from •eater to circumference. Bird Intelligence. (fteae the Ottawa, Km., Republican. | Oo« of the moat surprising ex ample* of animal or bird lutein fen** occurred in tbis city last evening. A lady was in tbe back part of Tier lot feeding little oblok •na from a dish filled with corn meal aod dough, when a brown thrash lit on the edge of tbe disb, peaked the lady's band, aad flying ; Mtto the air hovered over ber. Tbe lady resumed her feeding again, when th* tbrosh satled and peck ed bar hand. Several times the bird did tbesame thing, eaoh time dying off a short distance towards - a badge fence and tben returuiog. . Jnajaily the lady waa thoroughly interested In tbe bird's movements •ad eroee. As she did so tbe bird Whirled over ber several times aod S*W straight for the hedge. As th tady eootlooed to stand the bird , name beak again, flew to the hedge /»mmm rods away. Tble time the sad* followed, but every time sbe .ataaaad th* bird would come back, ; sahssl aroand and tben fly to a cer • tat* Spot In tb* hedge aod hover •JiwMsc. At laat the lady went Saß** *bo»eVblob the rTlrd'was of* ■taeatb* was surprised to hear a fMNs alssamUve ebtrrup, and exam ■V-VMft the spot, foaod a young _„a»atasai asaghl betweeo two branch opened it to let It fly, bnt it was too much exhausted. She tben took It and set It on a post, wben the old bird at ones oame and lit by its side; caressing It in an overjoyed manner. As tbe lady walked to the bouse the old bird flew toward her, boverlng over her,aud was ap parently twittering its gratitude. The lady watched the birds from the window until tbe little one re covered sufficiently to fly. MISCELLANEOUS. ABENDROTH & ROOT MANUFACTURING OMP'Y SaAMDTAOTCHEBS OP Root'B Wrought Iron Seotio oh! Safety Boilers, Specially Adapted to all Minimi Purpeeoe. Oan be packed in Packages not ex ceeding 160 pounds weight, for Mule or Overland Shipment. Mora than 70,000 Horae-Povt now In Use. And highest sward received froaOh* Unread States Oenamnlsl Commission. fOr*Send for illustrated Uatalogue. . utu r; and wakkhousb: BtS Cliff wi. is« w York. Item _ STOMACH _Sa? *ITTER S Feeble and Sickly Persons i Recover their vitality by pursuing a , coarse of Hosteiter's StomaoU Bitters, tne most popular lnvlgorant and altera tive medioitie In use. General debility, fever and ague, dyspepsia, constipation, raeumatiain aod otber maladies• are completely removed by It. Ask tbose wbo bave used it wbat it bas dona lor tnem. ■birFor sMAby all Druggists and Deal ers generally. NEW YORK BREWERY i LAUTN cV STECKER, (Successors to Chris. Henne) Proprietors The CLKAJiaST. PUREST and MOBI BRILLIANT UAOUK BEER South of San Francisco. Orders .or DRAUGHT or BOTTLEI BUUR promptly aMended to. The celebrated Beer from this Brewery denes competition In the State. mr6-tf PHILADELPHIA BREWERY! I). MAHLSTEDT, Proprietor. The purest and most delicious LASER BEEBmanuiactured la Southern Cali fornia. Orders tor Draught or Bottled Beer filled on short notice. OUR BEER IS NONPAREIL. lelt) Santa Monica Bakery. LOUIS EBINOER, proprietor of the Spring street Bakery, announces to the people of Santa Monica that he has es tablished a Bakery, where they can be supplied with BREAD, PIB3, CAKES AND CONFECTIONERY OF ALL KINDS. JcMtf Evergreen Laundry. was h i isra Called for and delivered to any part of the oity. by 4 J. Phillips, Adams 8 . Orders can be left at the book store o Mr. Sam Hellman. Spring BU olfti The American Colony. This new colony for Los Angeles coun ty Is now forming, to locate on the OERRITOB RANCH Fronting on Ban Pedro Bay. Partlea looking tor a desirable loeatwa to make hJmac should see these lands before pur chasing elsewhere. Parties san go ana see aba Colony tract and return tbo same day from Loa Angeles. Por further par ticulars apply to or aead stamp for OoU ft^Ay OAILY AND WEEKLY HERALD The Loading Paper OF Boutharn California. WW devote oolumns to farthering tba Interests of' Loa Angels* city aad oonnty and tba Southern perMon of th* Btau. It lathe intention of the pnblleher to make THE HERALD Anawepaper of the day, oompiat* ln all 11a details, and ln every department Full and Reliable. The Editorial Uolumna will dlaeusaall live toploaof tbe day, while the Telegrams, By arrangements newly effected, will be the fullest and moat exhaustive to be found ln any paper of tho State, not be ing surpassed by those of the SanFrandsoo dallies, The local Columns Will contain a complete resume of local happenings and all matters of homo In. tercet. DAILY HERALD, by mall,l year...llo 00 » months... 600 i months... 260 Delivered ln the Oily at 26 CENTS PER WEEK. THB WEEKLY HERALD! Weekly 1 year by mail...—. SgOO " S months 160 I " _M. 100 Payable invariably ln advance Joseph D. Lvnoh LEGAL. SUMMONS. In the Superior Court Of the State of California., ln a p for the Oounty of Los Angelee. Francisco Graatde, plaintiff, vs. Oliver Devillers, defendant. Aotion brought ln the Superior Court of tbe State of California, In and for the county of Loa Angelea, and the com plaint filed In aald oounty of Los Ange lea, ln the office of the Clerk of aald su perior Court. Tbe People of the Stale of California aend greeting to Oliver Devillers, de fendant. You are hereby required to appear ln an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff ln the Superior Court of the State of California, ln and (for the oounty of Los Angelea, and to an swer the complaint filed therein, within ten daya (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons —If served within this oounty; or, 11 served elsewhere, within thirty days—or Judgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of said com plaint. The aald action is brought to obtalu a decree of thla Court for the foreclosure of a certain mortgage described ln tbe said complaint, aad executed by tbe said o. Devillers 100. Oraslde, on tbe 3d day ol October, Ir-TS, to aecure the payment of a certain piomls jory note, made on tbe 3d day of October, 1876, by o. Devillers. for the sum oi 180J gold colu, with Interest at the rate of IK per oent per month from date until paid, and payable to the said C. Grazlde; that tbe promises conveyed by said mortgage may be sold, and the proceeds applied to the payment of SBOO gold ooin, with interest at the rate of \% percent per month from October 8, 1876. and lor 10 per cent as attorney's lees, aa provided for In said mortgage, and costs of suit; and in case such proceeds are not sufficient to pay the same, then to ob tain an execution against said defendant for the baiauce remaining due; and also that tbe defendant and all persons claim ing by, through or under him, may be barred aad foreclosed of all right, title, olalm, lien, equity or redemption and in terest ln and to said mortgaged premises* and for otber and further relief. Heierence la had to complaint for par ticulars. And you ore hereby notified that if you' fall to appear and arswer tbe Bald com plaint, as above required, the said plain tin will apply to tbe Court for the rellei • demanded In the said complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the Superior Court of the Stale or Oall fo. nla, ln and for tne oounty of Los Ange lea, this 4th day or March, ln the year of oar Lord,one thousand eight hun dred and eighty-one. I ISeal.] A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By A. KIMPAU. Deputy. . Endorsed: ' WALTER D. STEPHENSON, —8-2 m Attorney for Plaintiff. SHERIFF'S BALK. No. 401. In tbe Superior Court of the county of Los Angeles, State of Califor nia. ANDRES BRIS WALTER, Plaintiff, 1 vs. 5 PIO PICO et al., Defendants. J Under and by virtue of an execution is sued out of the superior Court of the oounty of Los Angeles, State el Oallfor -1 nla, ou theatb day of June, A. D. 1881, to me directed and delivered on the said laat mentioned day, for a judgment rendered ln tbe said Superior Court on the sth day of May, A D. 1831, ln favor ol Andrea Brlswalter, plaintiff, and against Plo Pico, defendant, I have duly levied upon and shall on WEDNESDAY, THE 29th DAY Or? JUNE, A. D. 1881, At 12 o'clock x. or said day, proceed to sell, at the Court House door. In the city aud county or Los Angeles, State of Cal ifornia, at public auction, to the highest and beat bidder, for cash ln U. s. gold I ooln, to aatlaiy sold Judgment, with In terest and costs, and all accruing costs, the following described real estate, or so muoh thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said sums: All the rlgut, title and Interest of the defendant, Pico Pico, ln and to the fol lowing described property, to wit: All that certain tract or parcel of land, situ ate and lying ln Los Angeles city and oounty, State of Caliiornla, and described as follows: Commencing at the 8W corner of the land of Juan Davarede, in said city, said SW corner fronting on san Pedro street; thence S li% degreesiW 816*, yards more or less to a point on the south line of Los Angeles city, as fixed and described by the U. S. Patent issued to said city on the 4th August, i 875; thence easterly along said line 777% yards more or less to a ' point; thence north 2JH degrees east 876 yards mere or less to tbe south lino of a Washington street; thenoe westerly along tue line of said street 28.30 chains * to the N E corner of the land ol Davarede; thenoe south along the east line or said ■ Davarede 19 90 chains to SE corner of aame; thenoe N 7i% degrees W 8.00 chains to tbe place of beginning, being lots 4.6,6 and 7, of blook 7, and lot 7 of block A. of Hancook's survey of Dona tion lots. Given under my hand this 7th day of June, A. D. 1881. W. R. ROWLAND, Sheriff. By Jag. C. Kays, Under Sheriff. Administratrix's sale of ( Real Estate. •VTOTIOE ia hereby given that in parsu . _vl ance of an order of tbe Superior oourt ot the county of Loa Angeles, state of Cal ifornia, made on tbe 20th day of June, A. D. 1881, in tbe matter of tbe estate of Nicho las qulrolo, deceased, the undersigned, tbe administratrix of the estate of said deceased, will sell at public auc tion, to the highest bidder, for caah la gold coin of the United States, and subject te confirmation by said su perior Court, on FRIDAY, THE 16TH DAY OF JULY, 1881, At 12 o'clock at., at the Spring street front or the Court House, in the city and county of Loa Angeles, all the right, title, Interest and estate of the I said Nicholas Qulrolo deceased, at the time or his deatu, and all the right, title and interest I hat the said estate has, by I operation or law or otberwlse, acquired oiher than orln addition to that of the aald Niobolaa Qulrolo at the time of hla > death, ln and to all those certalu lota, pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying and being In the said oity and oounty of Loa Angeles, State or Caliiornla, and bounded and deacrlbed as follows, to Wit: Ist. All tbat oortain piece or paroel of land situated ln the elty and couaty of Los Angeles, State of California, bound ed and described as follows, to wit: Bounded on the west by Alameda street . on the north by land of one Sillier, on the east by Lover's lane, and on the south by said lane and the lands ol Jobn M. Griffith and Thomas Dwyer, and be ing the same property conveyed *to Nicholas Qulrolo by deed of convey ance Irom Maria Meroed Taplade Prud homme dated January 18th, 1873, record ed in Book No. 23 of Deeds, pages 414 et seq., Kecorda ol Loa Augeles. 2d. All tbat certain lot nf land situate ln the city and county of Los Angeles, State ot California, and descrloed as follows: Commencing at the northwest oorner of upper Main and High streets, tnence northerly along the west line ol Upper Main street twenty-five feet to lot of P, Casnave; thence westerly along said lot forty-seven feet; thence south erly, parallel with Upper Mala street twenty-five feet to High street; thenoe easterly along High street forty-seven feet to point ot beginning:. Bach of said two parcels of land will be sold separately. Terms and conditions of sale: Cash in United Slates gold coin, ten per cent, of parehaise money to be paid to the Ad ministratrix on the day of aale, baiauce on confirmation of sale by said Superior Co-rt. Deed at expense of purchaser. REFUGIO QUIROLO. Administratrix of tbe estate of Nicholas Qui role, deoeaaed. Jane «d, 1-81. IVotloo to Creditors. In tbe Superior Court of Los Ange les county, State of California. In the matter of the estate of MAT THEW KELLER, Deceased Notice la hereby given by the underaigned, execu tor of tue laat will and test ament of MATTHEW KELLER, deceased, to the creditors or and all per sons having claims against the aald de eeaeed.to exhibit them, with tba necessa ry vouchers, within tea months after tbe first publication of this notice, to the aald exaoutor, at bia plaoe of buslneaa. the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, la the elty of Los Angelea. county of Los Angeles, State of Cailfer- Uated May 14,1881. _ r M __ -aTO_l_fi|eij r^ LEGAL. . Delinquent Sale—Notloe. Los Angelea Mining and Smelting Com pany—Location of principal place of oualneas. Los Angeles, Loa Angelea county .California—Location of worka, Resting springs, Inyo county, Califor nia. . NOTICE.— Tbere Is delinquent upon the following described stock, on ac count of aeaessment No. 8, levied on the thirteenth day of May, 1881, tbe several nmounta set opposite tbe names of the respecUve ahareholders, as follows: No. No. Na io. Cert. Shares. Am't. MoKnlght, WJ 44 26 $43 75 MoKnlght, WJ 64 80 62 50 MoKnlght, WJ 69 „. 17 29 74 McKnlght.WJ 78 32 68 00 McKnlgbt.WJ 181 82 66 00 Slauson, J8- 10 ™. 260 487 60 Slauaon, J s „ "",„ 250 487 5u Slauson, J S „ 77890 008 28 Slauson, JS _. SO 176 Slauson, J S _. 108.....™ 121 218 60 .slauaon, J 5...,.._ 132 _.. 868 617 76 Slauson, J 5... _157 88 H626 Slauaon, JS .178. 7 12 26 Hlauaon,JS 177 6 8 76 Macnell.ML 47 10 17 60 Maonell.HL 48.. . 10 17 60 Maonell.HL 68......... 50 87 60 Maonell.HL 74 .. 8-.... 14 U0 Macnell.H L 82 80 62 60 Macneil.H L 83 0 1676 Macnell.H L 184 62 9i 00 Maonell.HL. .....161 47 82V6 Macneil.H L liB „. 6 876 Muoneli, H L 186 714 1249 60 Macnell.H L 187 28 4026 Macnell. H L ™...lsB 1765 8071 26 Beut.HKw... 98 6. 8 76 Gardiner. W p 40 20 36 10 Oardlner, WP 49 20 86 00 Gardiner, WP 80......... 10 17 60 Gardiner, WP 79 S3 88 50 Gardiner, WP 103........ 28 40 00 Gardiner, WP 112 „.. I=. 28 25 Gardiner, W P 186 36 63 00 -IllOtl, J M 46 10 17 50 Elliott, J M... 76....™... 7 1225 Elliott, J M _ 81 4 7<U Elliott, I M 105 8 625 Elliott, J M _. 186 8 14(H) McFadden, James... i;ii 729. 127676 Blxby.Jotham 25 ..... 200 85000 Blxby.Jotham 28 200 36010 Bixby,Jotbam 28 £01 360 00 Bxby,Jotham 67 195 341 25 Blxby.Jotham 84 San 879 00 Blxby.Jotham , 91......... 1 175 Blxby.Jotham 188 368 814 00 Blxhy, Jotham 176 6 8 76 Griffith, I M 211......... 100 176 Ml Grlirilh, JM 67 6IC 875C0 Griffllh, J M 89 256 446 V 5 Grimib, J M .....142 191 334 S5 Griffith, J M 179 4111 717 CO kills, 0 J 111! 100 175 00 Rills, O J 152 200 3 OOi) Ellis, C J 163. 89 155 7i Ellis, CJ 171......... 26 4)51) Ellis, CJ ISO. 62 9100 Kills, CJ 181....™. 5 876 Severance, Annie Crittenden 96 89 15575 Severance, Annie Crittenden 151......... 28 4900 Crittenden, H 64 2uo 3M)oti Crittenden, H 110 74 128 50 Crittenden, B. 149 24 42 00 Crittenden. H 169. 81 106 76 Morgan, HA 174 25 4876 Elliott, J M,Trustee.lo4 II 19 25 Elliott. JM,Trustee. 145. 3 5 26 McFadden, James, Trustee 124 28 49 00 McFadden, James, Trustee 148. 9 16 76 Ivison, BarnetteS...l26 120 21000 Ivlson, Harrietts 5..144. , 87 64 76 And ln accordance wiih law and an or , der of the Board ot Directors made so many shares of each parcel of said atook as may be necessary will be sold at pub lio auction, at tbe office of the company, ' Room 1 Temple Block, Loa Angelea city, ' California, on Tuesday, the ninth (9th) i day of August, 1881, at the hour or ten o'clock A m. ol said day, to pay said delln ' quent assessment, together with cost of advertising and expenses of sale. J. M. ELLlOTT.secretary. Once—Room 1 Temple Bleok, oity and county of Los Angeles, California. In the Superior Court ' Of the county of Los Angeles, State of California. ' In the matter of the estate of Trinidad ' Yorba, deceased. Notloe is hereby given tbat I, as Clerk of said Court, have, pursuant to law, set . TUESDAY, JULY 19th, 1881, at 10 A.M., I at tbe Oourt Room of said Court, in tne Oourt House, elty and county of Los An geles, Cal., as tbe time and place for i proving tbe will of Trinidad Yorba, de i ceased, and lor hearing the application of Marcus Yorba and B. A. Yorba for the t issuance to themof letters testamentary, i wben and where any person interested ' may appear und contest the-name. Said i bearing will be bad at said time and - plaoe before the Hon. V. E. Howard, i Judgeof said Court, and the wilt above t referred to Is now on file ln my office, r Dated July 7th, 1881. ISeal.l A. W. POTTS, i Clerk. By E. H. Otis, Deputy. Je2itd I r ! ASSESSMENT NOTICE. ( Los Angeles Oil Company. -Location of principal place of business, Los Angeles, California. — Looation of works, Ventura county, California. ' Notice la hereby given that at a meet ing of tbe Board of Directors of tbla com pany held on tbe 10th day of May, 1881, an assessment (No, 14) of fifteen (l6o) cents per share was levied upon the : capital atock of the company, payable immediately, ln U. S. gold coin, to the Seoretary, at room No. 5, Temple Block, ' city of Los Angeles. And any stoca upon which this assess ■ ment remains unpaid ou Tuesday, the 2stb day of June, lnBi, will be delinquent and advertised fir sale at public auotion; and. unless payment is made before, will be sold on Tuesday, tbe 19th day of July, 1881, to pay delinquent assessments, costs of advertising and expenses of sale. W. J. NKELY. Secretary, No. 5, Temple Blook. Los Angeles, May 28, 1881. 4w In the Superior Court Of the County of Loa Angeles, State of California. In the matter of the guardianship of William H. Haskln and Louis P. llaskins, mlnois. It appearing to tbis Court from tbe pe tition tbie day presented and filed by Henry Haskln, the guardian of the per sons and estates of William H. Haskln and Louis P. Haskln, minora, praying for an order of aale of certain real estate belonging tohls said wards; tbat it would be ben. floial to eaoh of said wards that such real estate should be sold: It la hereby ordered that the next of klu of the said wards, and all persons In terested ln the aald estate, appear before this Oourt, on MONDAY, THE 11TH DAY OF JULY, A. D. 1881, . At 11 o'clook A. jr., at the court-room of this Court, at lbe Court House, in the city and county or Los Angeles, then and there to snow cause why an older should not be granted lor the sale or such estate. And It la further ordered that a oopy or thla order be published at leaat three successive weeks before the said day ol hearing, ln the Los Angeles Daily Her ald, a newspaper printed and punllshed in said county of Los Angeles. Dated June 6th, 1881. V. E. HOWARD, Judge olthe Superior Court, Los Angelea oounty. 1 hereby certify the foregoing to be a full, true and correct oopy of the original order to show oause on petition to sell real estate In guardianship of Wm. H. Has kln et al., minors, on file ln my office, and that 1 have carefully com par ad tbe same with the original. In wltneas whersor I have hereunto set my hand and affixed tbe seal of tbe Superior Court, tbis 6th day ol June, 1881. ISeal. | A. W. POTTS, Oounty Clerk. By E. H. OWEN, Deputy. Jeetd Notloe to Creditors. Estate of Jacob L. Wright, deceased.— Notice is hereby given by the under signed , executrix oi the laat will and tes tament of Jacob L. Wright, deoeaaed, to the oredltors of, and all persona having olalma against the said deoeased, to ex hibit them, with the necessary vouch, era, within four months alter the Brat pablloailon of tbla notice, to ths aald ex eeiitnx, at the offloe of her attorney, Wo. i« Temple Block, to the elty ef Los as. gales, ta the county of Loa Angelea,state LEGAL. Mortgage Sale. Execution No. 810. In tbe Superior Court of tbe oounty of Loa Angelea, State of California. Edward L. Mayberry, Plaintiff, vs. Meroed Abbott, alias Merced Garcia de Abbot, John Abbot, Salinas Abbot, William Abbot, Aaron Ab bot, Amos Abbot, Meroed Abbot, as executrix of the last will and testament of William Abbot, de ceased, Meiced Abbot, daughter of the above-named Meroed Ab bot, George Abbot, Catherine Ab bot, Frank Abbot and the City of Los Angeles, defendants. j TTKBER AND BY VIRTUE OF A %J deoree of foreclosure and order ol Bale entered ln the Superior Court of the couaty of Los Angeles, state of California, on the 18th day of May, A. D. 1881, and a writ ol exeoutlou for the enforcement of Judg ment, requiring sale ol property under foreclosure of mortgage. Issued out of said Court, ou tbe 30th day ol May, A. X>. 1881, ln the above entitled action, and ln favoror Edward L. May berry, plaintiff, and against Meroed Ab bot, alias Meroed Garcia de Abbot, John Abbot, Salinas Abbot, William Abbot, Aaron Abbot, Amos Aboot, Merced Ab bot, as executrix or the last will and tes tament ol William Abbot, deoeased, Merced Abbot, daughter of the above named Merced Abbot, George Abbot, Catherine Abbot, Frank Abbot and tbe oity ol Los augeles, delendants, a certified copy ol which said decree of foreclosure, duly attested under the seal of said superior court on the 20th day or May, A. D. 1881, and delivered to me, togetber with the writ annexed thereto, on tbe 23d day of May, A. D. 1881, wbereby I am oommauded to sell at public auotlon, to ibe highest and best bidder, loroaan In United states gold coin, the following and ln said decree described real estate, to-wit: AU tbat real property ln the city nf Los Angeles, oounty or Los Angeles, state or California, bounded and described as fol lows, vis: A lot on the west side or Main street, the boundaries of which are aa lollows: Commencing at a point on tbe west aide of Main street, being tbe northeast i oorner of a lot now or formerly of I. W. ' Hellman and formerly of the heirs of 1 Juan Domingo, deoeased; thence run i ulna north easterly along the said line > of Main street sixty-five feet, more or i less, to lot formerly belonging to K.sig i noret and ailerwards purcnasedof 11. V. i Ttsohmaoker; thenoe northwesterly > along line of aald Slgnoret lot to eastern i line of New High street: theuce i southwesterly along line ot New Huh i street sixty-five feet, more or leas, to lot of I. W. Hellman; tnenoe southeasterly > along lot of Hellman to the point ol be ginning. * frecond—A lot bounded on tbe west by Main street and fronting thereon thirty six leet; on tbe north by a lot formerly . owned by Plo Pico and on which the ! Pioo House stands; on the east by San [ cbez street and having a frontage there . on of thirty-six feet, more or less, and on 1 the south by a lot formerly owned by . W,H. Perry and Wallace Woodwoith, the lot hereoy described being the same . lot on which stands what Is known as J Merced Theatre building, i Third —A lot bounded on the west by Main street; on the north by lot for_er ' lyor W. a. Perry and Wallace Wood -1 worth; on the east by Sanchea sireet, - and on tbe south by lot now or foi merly ' of F. A. MacDougal, having a frontage of 1 80 feet on Main atreet and being same lot • lormerly occupied by William Abbot, since deceased, as a furniture store. \ Publio notloe is hereoy given that on ' WEDNESDAY, THE 15th DAY , OF JUNE, A. D. 1881, At 12 o'clook M. ol said day, I will pro . ceed to sell at the Oourt House door in the oity and oounty of Los Angelas, State of California, at publio auction, to the highest and heat bidder for cash in U. H. ' gold coin, to satisfy said decree for princi pal and interest, attorneys' fees, costs and all accruing costs, all the above described 1 real estate, or so much thereof aa may be necessary to satisfy Bald soma. Attested under my hand, at the city and county of Lob Angeles, State of Cali , fornia, this 28d day of May, A. D. 1881. WM. B. BOWLAND, ) Sheriff. By JAS. C. KAYS, Under Sheriff. To A. 11 Whom it May Concern. Notice 1* hereby given that the South ern Paoifio Kallroad Company, a corpo i ration under tne laws ot California, will. 1 on the first day of August, A. D. 1881, or as soon thereafter as tne oaae may be heard, apply to tbe Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles county, California, at the office of said Board, in the city of Los An geles, for a wharf franchise along ihe westerly side of the estuary known as Wilmington creek or slough, ln r<ald county of Los Angeles, commencing for the same at the northerly ooundary line of the wharf frauoblse owned or Claimed by Jotham Bixby, E. N. MoDonald and Thomas B. Hayes, or their assigns, and running tbence northerly one thousand feet to a point at or near the soutberly boundary line ot tbe landa owned or claimed by lue Pacific Coast Steamship Company, with a width of seventy-live feet, extending Irom the lands of tbe Southern Paclflo Railroad Company on the westerly side to or Into the navigable weters of said Wilmington creek or slough on the easterly side. Southern pacific kai-roas Company. Hy H. B. UNU-hHIOL, Agent. Los Angeles, Jane 18,1881. Jl4-4W To -All Whom it May Concern. Notice Is hereby given that the Pacific Improvement Company, a corporation under the laws of the State of California, will, on the hrst day of August, 1881. or as soon thereafter as ihd case may be heard, apply to the Board oi Supervisors ol Los Angeles cuuty, California, at the . offloe of said Board, in tbe ciry of Los Angeies, for a wharf franchise along the westerly side of the esiuary known aa Wilmington creek or slough, ln said oounty of Los Angeles, commencing for the same at the southerly boundary line of tbe wharf franchise owned orolamled by Jotham Bixby, K.N. MoDonald and Tbos. B. Hayes or their assigns, and ruu ' ning I hence southerly one thousand feet, witn a width ofseventy-flve feet, extend ing from the lands of the southern Paolno Railroad Company on tbe westerly side to or Into the navigable waters of said Wilmington creek or slongn on the east erly side. faciFic Improvement Company-. By H. 11. UNDEKHILL, Agent. Los / -galea, June 18,1881. j 14-4W Notloe of Sale In Partition H. W. Hellman, Plaintiff, vs. Charles Bon, alias Carlos Bon, a minor, Pab lo Aoevedo, alias Pablo Bon, alias Pablo A. Lopez, a minor, Adele Bon, a minor. Prosper Pnilip, auardianot the above-namedmlnors,G. U.Cornp tou, Mary A. Gibson, Prosper Philip, as administrator with the will an nexed of tbe estate of Maria Antoula Aoevedo de Bon, deoeased, and Jacques Levy, defendants. In pursuance of au order and deoree of the superior Conrt ot ihe couuty of Los Angeles, stale of California, made In tbe above-entitled aoUon, dated the lath day of June, A. D. 1881, tbe undersigned, rei eree in partition, will sell at publio auc tion, to tbe highest bidder, ln front ol the Court House, on Spring street, ln the city of Los Angeles, ln said oounty, on MONDAY, THE 11th DAY OF JULY, A. D. 1881, At 11 o'clock A. «., the following de acrlbed Iraot or parcel oi land, to wit: All tbat certain real properly, situate ln tbe county of Los Angeles, State of Caliiornla, bounded and described as follows: Bounded on the north by the southern line of the land formerly be longing lo or claimed by John Graff; on tbe east by Main street; on the south by the line ol land of Armanso Allen; and on the weat by the land of 0. ul. Thorn andE. M. Rosa; being the easterly tblr teen aerea of the north half of tbe nortb. weat quarter ol tbe southeast quarter ol section seven (7), township two (2/aoutb, range thirteen (18) west, san Bernardino Meridian. Terms of sale: Cash ln gold coin of tbe United States, payable on confirmation ol sale by said Court. Deed at expense of purchaser. J. It. SCOTT. _, Referee. Dated Loa Angeles, June 17,1881. JelBtd IVOTIOJK. A meeting of the stockholders of the liEGAIi. Sale of Real Estate fly Administrator wUh the will annexed. la the Superior Court of Lob Ange lea Couuty, State of California. In the estate of Rosa Isabella D. Baldwin, deoeased. Notloe Is hereby given that lv pursu ance oi the urder oi said tiuperior Court of ihe county of I,oh Angeies, titate of Cuiiioruia, madeou theO.ii day ut May, A. D. 188 i, in the matter of ihu estate of Hosa Isabella ualdwiu, deceased, ihe undeisignad, administrator with tuo wilt auutioa ol said estate, will sell ut prlvaLe nam to the uigueat uud best bid uer lor cash uud uu bj eel to the confirm ation 01 said Superior Court, all the right, title, interest and estate of the said deceased at the time of her death, and all the right, title aud interest Lhe said estate bad, by operation'of law or otherwise, acquired other than or in ad dition to thai vi the bald dtceused at the lltuw 01 her death in and io those oertalu lots, pieces, or tractß oi land lying and being in Lhe count* ul Los Angei* -_~-ium ot cailioruia, aud described as follows. 10 wli: Jb'lrst—Commencing at a forked willow tree abont 6 inche* through, marked a 16, in black paint, which Is situated uear the bunk vi the xauju or Irrigating uiicn and corresponds wuh aud is tola. 16 of a survey made in Deceinher, 1870, by Id. M. Johnson uf the Irrigable flat uf me Kaucho Jl.os . vnz, reierence lo which is hereby more i<eiiicuiarly made; thenoe, loiiowlug the ineanuer line ot Bald survey iN 9)4 degrees w one chalu and oeveuty-elght links; Lheuce in degrees hi 2.75 ohuius; tuence ,o 6434 uegrees X 1.75 chains: theuce IN 32*4 uey rei- X 1.35 chalno; meme iN ;i>i degrees W. 2.2 A chaius; tuence Si lt>% de grees w0 6. chums; thenco N 32.4 de grees h, _ 87 chaius; ihence in 37J4 uegrees vi 2.(11 chains to station 23 ol Jounnon's survey; ihence in 78J4 degrees lv 28.9ti chains; thence S lu)4 degieea \y 25.81 euuius; luenca ti 74)4 degrees WlO uu chaius; ihence IS Ou degrees w 860 Cuams lo tne point oi beiiiuning tbe to tal aiea oi lhe laud hereby conveyed being 64 6-lOu aores uf laud. (Second—Also the one-tilth interest ln about _ 800 ttoioa vi tnut certain Lraot ut laud biiuuLe, l>lug und betug in tbe county oi lon Augeles, mIAH oi Uaiilor urn, Hud muie particularly -escribed as foliuwH, to wit: Coiuineuoing ut the river of jLos Augeles, at uu uhk tree, a laud-uiurk ol me luucbo cailed ,- jProvi douciu," neur a iimg ailn, aud runniug ihence *ouiii westerly uioug tne bjuuu ary lino oi taid ttauuho i.v lrrovldeucla to the Aliso tree of the uopalero; tuence easterly to Lhe "A guagu ue JVlocuvenga;" lhoi.ee lo a point lv li ont of tuu *' Agu<*ge uei tiauclto;" thence in another sira gut line passing directly through Lhe jfortexueia io the river oi Lo« Augeies; thence up the channel of the said river io the place oi beginning, tne land heieuy described being a part of tue Kuucuo i*os fells, granted, lo Jriang. Vgnauiu Verdugo by Manuel Micheiioreua Marcn 22, IHli savlug aud excepLiug from the lasi ' above described tract a certain paroei ul laud described as follows: Commencing at a redwood stake lv mound oi stouts . marked f. U. a. 1, 4x4 inches iv diaiue ler and distant 10 Uuks iroui the center ' oi lhe Canal and Heaervoir Company's ' ditch aud on north side of same, irom whicu point a live-oak tree about 4 feet in diameter aud marked B. T. ti. I. l\ v., bear* IS 43)4 uegrees tv 277 chains dis tant; anoiuer uve-uak uu oppusiie side • oi tteservoir Company's uieh uuuut > feel lv diameter, nla zed auu marked n. T. IS. 2 ti. 1 k*. V., bears M degrees £ E 2 2)1 chains distant, uud is »>.. Hie we.su bauk of a small gulch; lheuce runnlog a • few lin&s to the nurihwurdof Heservulr Company's dv. h IS 75> v degrees W0 22 cnaius to sandstoue ruck und sLake marked si, 2, o_ links of an uh from which poiuL a live o_k tree about 2>4 leet in uiauieter near cuge ot ditch bears in 42H a. g e».-s W 3.2) cuaius ui- 3 taut, auoiher uvc-ouk about same aiz j ■ bears XS 87;- 4 degree!* \V aoout d.OOeuaius i distant anu . i. comer of Jose jfaeo's , a love house Leurs jn 4U decrees E 4.4 i , chains und is 1.08 cuaius long by 27 units wide; as>eamote tree stauus unout cen tre ot rear of uouueuud is uOoul 7oiinas oistantirum bouse; auotner large live ' oak on norm siue of ditch auu luimedl- I ateiy ou eUy,u of same beai s a 6 t degrees t i_ I.23chains distant; thence loiiowmg lieisci voir and uanai un.cn up • stream JN 45% degrees VV 0.37 chain** lo a . stake 10 nuns distaut iroui ceuter ol ditoh and muii-ed ti, 3; th.uue N 83)4 de grees VV 2.01 chains tv a stuke 27 uuks d.isiuni. from center oi ditch and marked ti.4\ theuce S degrees tv 1.84 ch-ihn Loa siake 27 liuks tiom center oi ditch aud marked a. o; thence JN 54>4 d. gtee 3 VV 3.00 chains to a siake 17 links irom center of dttcu and marked H 0; tueuc_ jN W.tltiiie. .VV J. 24 chains toa stuke li liuaslrom center of ditch and markeu ti. 7; Lheuoe JN 6:>%digiees w 2.02 chains to ' a stake 10 links fro-u ceatt-roi ditch and ' marked a. b; ihence in a. gioes hi i.aa • cuaius to a stake 11 lluka uom ceuter ul ditch aud maiked a. U; the_ce jn 3 de -5 gr.es W 0.18 chaius to a suke dUtan 119 1 unksfrom cente. of dUcnand maiked a ! lv; lheuce JN _3>fc di grees VV 0.07 chains tv ' a stake 33 iiuks irom center vi di.oh and ' matked ». 11, from wumu puiui a liVc ' oak tree 2feet in diameter on reside ol 1 ditch bears a 2ti}£ degrees lv nO links dls- Htail another live oajk sauie size, *f>ttic slue ot uitch, bears t?i uegrees Lv cO liuks distaut; >henoe aioug ditch uu hill ' side in Hu degiies VV rf.iOchaius toa stake 11 links from ceutei of diiouaud inarited ; 12; theuce IN degrees w b.82 chains to stake 10 units center of daou auu maiked ti. 18; thenoe IN 4U>4 uegrees VV 1 .*..y;l cuaius to a st.ku inurktd ti. 14; ' tuence a degrees lv 14.03 cuams to v ' winuw stump uia_eo aud marked with black paint a. lo; thence aioug ditch auu ' edge uf small swamp JN utgrees vv 1,~.8 chaius lv a stake io iiuus irom oauter oi ditch and martteu ti. 10; tneuce v i<jy 4 de grees i_ 2.70 chains lv a stake b Unas from center oi unoh and marked a. 17; thence a 0834 degrees lv 1.75 euuius to a stake marked a. 18, ou side of flood gate; Lhence JN '62y a degrees lv l.Sochuius, alongoenteroi runniug wuter uf ditch aud turough a deep cut which crosse hill on point ol wuioh is located houtte Of n. I*aco to stake marked a. lit; thence l IS8)4 degrees W 228 chains to a btake maiked a. 20; thei.ee JN degrt.es VV , 9.03 cnains to a stake 23 iu.k- irom ceuter ofaitch and maikeu tijkf ■* ' f--"•»** . uegrees lv 2.87 chaius : jN Ha»l» from centie ol duch u(4d marked r_» 22] theuce IS degrees tv 201 chiiius to stake marked ti. _3; thence IN 4)4 degrees W 4.47 chains to stuke 26 nuns fiuiuulich aod marked ti. 24; luence 0t lift degrees VV 4.15 chaius io a htaae 16 Uuks from ditch aud marked a. 25; thence jn 30)ide greeslii6.2j chains to h stuke loiiukg irom center oi ditou aud maiked ti. 20, thence IS li? 4 degrees vv 2.02 chaius toa stake marked ti,2>; theuce ou side oi bill between ditch and roau in 124 de grees W 2.b0 chuiu.s t.j stuke on edg_ o> road marked Si. 28; Lheuoe is a_>4 de grees W 6.U7 chains to stuke on euge ol road and maiked a, 28; thence IS _o . de grees W 4.87 chains to a stake ou euge oi duch aud murked a. 80; tbence a.oug edge of dttcu JN 33 degrees W 600 chain* to stake en eugd uf load and marked ti It; tbence N 3iJ4 degrees VV 4.04 ouaius to a sta~ke betweeu road aud uttch auu marked ti. 3_; tnence along Cauai am Reservoir company's di on *S 2J4deg>«es W 8.10 ouaius io a stake marked a. 3j; ibeuce following meandeis of nver bauk NMU degrees 4.70 chain, to a stake at head of deep wash and marked ti. 84; thence N 41% lv 8.01 cuaius to a stake on edge or bank marked S. Si; ihence JN 25 uegrees X 4._6 c ,alns to a stake ou westerly side of sauja marked B. 36; ihence N 45)4 degrees E 10.00 ohalut lostake marked a. 87; theuce i» 18 de grees*; 1.07 chains to v stake marked a 38. irom which point a willow tree mark ed B. T.ti. 88 f. jj. bears N u<4 degrees E OH links distant; Lheuce a 78J| degrees h. 12.70 chains to siake marked a. 30; thenoe a 24!4 degrees hi 7.04 chains to atak. marked ti, 40; ihenne ti 1% degrees lv | On chains to stake maiked a. 41; ibeuce « 4 degreeh VV 14.84 chains lv stuke marked 8. 42; thence a 2% degrees to. \XM chains t » stake marked ti. 46; theue'e ti 74)4 degiees E 1.1 l ohalns to oak po*i tn line ot willow ff noe marked a. 41 1* IX] thence ti. u>*4 W. 64.42 chains aioug said willow fence to stake in line of fence aud marked ti. 45; lheuoe ti. lb% degrees lv. 15.15 chains to Btake markeu ti. 46; theuce ti. 39% degrees E. U. 58 chain*. to siake marked a. 47; thenoe a 8t.% de grees E. 0.86 chuius to btake marked ti. ii; tbence ti.BB degrees lv. 12.37 chains 10 pwst tv line of willow leuce ut intersec tion of said fdnce with h. A. O.W. W. Cob duch aud marsed f. I>. 6. 49; thenoe ti. 03% degrees W. 808 chains sloug live willow fence to stake marked S. 50; thenoe JN. 77 degrees W. S9 c'latnt to stake marked ti- 6l: thence 8 58 degrees W. H. 83 ohslna to marked ti. 62; theuce a. 22% VV. 14 61 chains to stake mvi ked S. id , theuce ti l-% degrees w 10.13 onains to stake 4x4 inches In diameter in mound ol stoneo and marked f. D. ti. l.the place of boj±lu nlng and containing 828 82tt9d acres oi laud and being the same tract of lanu within tbe exterior boundaries of which is Included the 64 acre tract hereinbefore described, aud all of said lands being wlibln the exterior boundaries ef the Ranoho "Los feiis" and forming a nart thereof. * Also, all the water rights, easements and servitudes to each of said different tracts belonging or lv any way apper taining. Maid sale will be made on or after tbe *TH DAY OV JULY, 1881. LBOAL, street, Loa Angele* etty Cala. ( or may be delivered to the administrator personal ly.or filed with the Clerk of saidtiuperlor Court, at any time after the first publica tion of this notice and before ihe making of the sate. Terms aod conditions of sale—Ten per cent, of tba purchase money to be paid upon notice of aeoeptanoe of bid, batanoe on conrmatlon of sale by said Superior Court, Deed at expense or purchaser. Dated Los Angeles, Cel., May 6th, 1881. JOHN M. BALDWIN, Administrator with tbe will annexed of 4 the estate of Rosa Isabella P. Baldwin, I deoeased Eastman, Haley, King * Roberts, At torneys for the estate. MORTGAGE SALE. Execution No. To 7. Ia tbe Superior Court of tbe county of Loa Angelea, State of California. Francisco Graalde, Plaintiff,) ye. I Olivier Devillers, Defendant.) Under and by virtue of a deoree of tore cloaure and order of aale en tered ln tbe superior Oourt of tbe county of Loe Angelee, State of Caliiornla, on tbe 28J day of June, A. D. 1.81, and a writ ol execution for the'en -101 cement of Judgment requiring ealeor property under foreoloeure or mortgage, issued out of said Court, annexed to aald decree and dated tbe 24th day of June! *. D. 1881. in tbe above entiled aotion and ln lavpr of Franolsoo (iraelde, plain tiff, aud against Olivier Devil lers, deicndants, a certified oopy or whiob said deoree of foreoloeure, duly attested under tbe seal oi aald Court on theMtbday of June, A. D. 18*1, aad de livered to me, together with tbe writ an nexed thereto,on tbe Kith day of June, A. D 1881, whereby lam commanded to i sell at publio auotlou, to tbe hlgbest and best bidder, for oash in U. S. void ooln, tbe following and ln said deoree de scribed real estate, to wli: Lot No. Aye (5; in blook six (6) of the Altso traot, aooordlng io Ltcouvraur's subdivision of said Iraet, made In MM, Bald lot having a front of flfiy (Ml feet on AUro Htreet. and a depth ot one hundred and flfiy (15 0 feet, being tbe lame lot conveyed to tbe aald ullvier Devlllera by Fermln Fernandez by deed of date Maroh Kth, 187 a, recorded In book 41 of deeds, i oi Angelea county records, page 328; iibove land being situated in tbe city or Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, mate of California. rublio notloe is hereby given that on MONDAY, THE 18th DAT OF JULY, A. D. 1881, At 12 o'clock H. or said day, I will pro ceed to sell, at the Court House door, In tbe city and county of Los Angeles, State of California, at publio auction, to the highest, and best bidder for cash ln O. S. gold coin, to satisfy said decree for prin cipal and Interest, attorney's fees, costs and till acorulng coats, all the above de- ' scribed real estate, or so much thereof ac s may be necessary to satisfy said sums. Given uudi-r my band, this 86th day ot June, A. U. 1881. Wat. B. ROWLAND. (Sheriff. By I. 0. Kaxa, Under Sheriff. Petition for Pardon. In tbe Superior Court of tbe county of Loa Angeles, State of Califor nia. The People of tho state of California, Plaintiff, vs. Hairy Holden and Fred Morris, Defendants. To Thomas B. Brown, District Attor ney or tbe county of Los Angeles, State ot California: Please take notice that It Is tbe intention of the underaigned to apply to His Excellency, George C. Per kins, Governor of the State of California, for tbe pardon of Harry Holdeu and Frederick Morris, convicted ln ths Supe rior Court of the county of Los Angeles, state oi California, on the t—thai la to say, tbe said Harry Holden on the 11th day or April, a. v. 1881, and the aald « Frederick Morrla on the 11th day of S April, a. d. 1881, of the crime of burgle- 1 ry, and by said Court sentenced to Im prisonment ln theMtate Prison of the mate of California, and each of them for tlie term or years, respectively.to wit: tlie said Harry Holden for tbe term of 8 years and tbe said Frederick Morrla for tbe term of 2% years. H. A. WATSON. STATE Ol? CALIFORNIA, T Oounty of Loa Angeles. ( A. J. Klna, being duly aworn, deposes and says be la a oltiaen of the rutted stuL-s and State of Callicrnla, and over the age ol 21 years; that be served the foregoing notloe on Thomas B.Browu.Eaq. Msirtct attorney of the county of Los Angele*, state or California, by deliver ing to him a true oopy thereof, at hie of floe, in said county, on the 88th day ef June, A. D. 1881. A. J. KING. Subscribed and aworn to before me, ttuV 28ih day of June, 1881. . r«eal.| A. W. POTTS, 'County Clerk and ex-ofaoio Clerk of the su perlor Court of Loa Angeles ooua ty, Cala. By K. H.Owen, Deputy. JeS* MAYFIELD Water Elevator and Purifier. (A Pump ami jPux-liler Combined,) PATENTED SEPTEMBER iie\ lb"* I. te 7jNT.fi JuM YPIELD WATER EL- EpAIOU, will make the Foulest Well or Cistern SWEET. PURE AND WHOLESOME, in ten days or less time. It olevntoa water easier than any otber devise. It never freezes. It never corrodes. It bas no wooden tubes to taint the water. It fills tbe bucket at the bottom of the well or cistorn. It agitates the water by pass ing six gallons ol air through it per minute, (tieluces Wiglem, WaterLioe and Water Bugs t° their proper elements. 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