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LIGHTNING RODS. BettvkabL bureau ia Their Use—Daolt Stale! Taken In by an Agent. I'lalkot a BodFeddlar ln ti. Y. uuu. | "The use of lightning rods bas Increased steadily ever sinoe Frank lin dlsoovered tbeir usefulness. There are now three large factories, In Philadelphia, Chloago and St. Louis,whioh make all eorisof rode, and tbere are an almost infinite number of smaller concerns. We . manufacture a great deal for Mex ioo, South America aud tbe West Indies. Tn tbe latter country tbey want the best. I have bad to furn ish for these specially constructed points or tips, heavily plated witb platinum, whloh cost fifty dollars eaob. AU tbe tips are eupposed to be pointed with platinum or gold plated, but very often tbey are simply brass, or covered witb a yel low wash —that is tne sort whiob the peddlers very often sell. Good .ordinary tips are worth, manufac turers' prices, $1 to $2 eaob; iron rods about eight cents per foot; oop par rods from six to twenty cents; Insulators, or trimmings, at the rate of from ooe and one-half to two oenta up to fifteen cents per foot on tbe length of rod em filoyed. We do not send any Igbtulng-rods to Europe. The beet protected building iv New York, I think, is the new Union League olub bouse. Tbe ouurcb.ee of St. Leo and St. Bernard are also wellrodded. Tbe Cooper Institute Is well supplied with lightning rede, which were Intelligently prow video for in tbe original construc tion of tbe building by tbe making of a email well-hole, from the root to the ground, Inside of tbe edlfloe —Bear wbere tbe elevator now Is— through wbloh tbey run down. Tbe bast rodded private residence I know of Is tbat of Mr. Moses Tay lor, at Elberoo, near Long Brauob. It was a good thing for both tbe publio and the lightning-rod men when the discovery was made that lightning always went for angles and sharp projections of bulldtugs, so that rods Were required at each oorner to make tbe bouse really safe. Wbat with sections, four ground connections, rodded tips, etc., tbe bill for redding a bouse ongbt to be satisfactory to tbe man who makes it out, and the results Bight to satisfy tbe man who pays ' 4a. "A lightning-rod man came down to Unole Dan'l Drew once, With a note from some professor at the theological college that be was interested lv suggesting that tbe oollege should be rodded. 'What Will It cost?' asked Uncle Dan'l. •! eanoot say positively,' said tbe -swan, 'until I bave measured it, bat It may be as muoh as $400, or possibly, even $600 ' 'Oh! That's all right, go ahead,' said Uncle Dan'l, and be gave bim a written order. Tbe work was done aud tbe Mil waa sent for $1,900. Uncle Dan'l declared tbat he wouldn't pay It; tbat tbe man who took tbe order said It would be only $400 or •600. 'Ab!' replied the bland gen tleman wbo came to collect, 'we cannot be responsible for the mis takes aud bad judgment of our em ployes.' Uncle Dan'l ban to send a man to the oollege to see if they had actually put up as many feet of rod as tbey claimed. He found tba building overlaid with rods un til It looked as If It was ln a bigosge. That professor would not let him dig to aeoertain wbat the ground connections were, but he did pull up one ground rod on the sly, and found at tbe bottom of a deep bole eighteen feet of rod culled up. Un tie Dan'l eventually paid the bill, butT never heard of his buying any more lightning rods. "I never heard of a lightning rod man getting tbe worst of a Job ex cept In one ease, and I don't vouch fortbejruth or that. It is said "(Sat one of tbe craft drove up iv front of a fine, new and large bouse out West and told a man who was reading at tbe door tbat he ought to have lightning rodson bfs bouse. Tbs man aald be hadn't thought much about it. Tben tbe peddler aald: 'Have you any objections to my putting up a rod on tbis cor ner f* 'No,' said tbe man, 'I bave not,' And, as the peddler's wagou was right behind bim, tbe expert climber bad the rod up ln a few minutes. 'Now,' said be, 'that oorner Is safe,' addressing tbe yaetan. wbo was still reading, " *but*tbe lightning might come along and knock blank's delights •Utof ooe of tbe otber corners. Have you any objection ta my put ting up a rod on eaob of them? And tbe quiet reader looked up from bis paper and said he bad'nt any objeotion. Wben tbe Job was done tbe peddler presented tbe bill, •What's this?' said the man yawn ing and folding up his paper. 'Bill for tbe rods,' exclaimed the peddler.' 'Rods! I didn't order any rods I' 'Wby, certainly you did.' 'Not at all. I only said I had no objection to your putting rfaem up. And I hadn't. This Is tbe oonnty court bouse. I don't even live lv tbis oounty. Of oourse I bad no objection.' " A ... Murderer at Large. The Han ta Barbara Fret* nails upon Governor Perkins to offer a reward for the arrest of the man Brltton, (or the murder or Peter Collaon, at. Slequoc, on the 28d of Jane, say log: ''The murder waa entirely unexousable. liritton waa quarreling with Ahart, and drew a pistol tv shout liim. C-.liV.m Interfered, aod protested against th* aot. Brltton at once turned upon bim and fired twice, wound log him mortally. Tbe murderer .than armed himself and fled to the mountains. Several days later he returned to the same plaoe, and forcibly toot pos- MttloD of such food as he required. A abtrap-herder attempted to arrert btKt, and Brltton fired two shots at 2 blue, neither of which happened lo take effect. Brltton Is now cou ■Ml»a In tbe mouutalnoua region MMmt Siaquoo. Ue la well armed, Md la apparently determined to •all big Ufa aa dearly as possible. JKla crime is the more aggravated, « bsaaoio be killed a good man, ; Mad ooe who had always bean its frtond. Tbe murderer Is OOtnally terrorizing tbe ' SIs •noo region. Wbeoever be needs Matltlooal aoppllea of food he visile ayah* ebaep oaaap and help* hlm ,msU. ft la hardly probsbl* that be gJhWgW unleas^a^ suitable .*ajaaaeayH that tho Osrmsr take law. Tbe desortption of the man, aa furnished by tbe fYsss reporter, : ta aa follows: Age, about thirty five; light complexion, reddlah mustache and Imperial, light cur ly balr; has a soar on hla rlgbt hand." MISCELLANEOUS. ABENDROTH « ROOT MANUFACTURING- OMP'Y i i Root's Wrought Iron Sectional Safety Boilers, Speoialiy Adapted to all Mlnlan Purpsje—■ Can be packed la Padkages aot ex ceedlng 160 pounds weight, for Mule or Overland Shipment. 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Force Pumps, from 3,000 to 10,000 gallons per 1 001. vrJCDaULtI of all kinds manufactured to order Wells Bored, Windmills sad Horse rowers set ln any part of the State, and re. C'ring of all kinds done, Manufactured and sale by LAUTKOTTBB 53 110.1 < or iirtb arm Maeramsuioßta.. Clover & Alfalfa SEPARATOR. The only machine mannfaotured Uxiaj ln the world having a Threshing and Hull ing Cylinder combined in one frame. Bend for a copy ot tho " Clover Loaf," containing much valuable information on the culture and harvesting of Clover and alfalfa. There are, to-day, over 4000 of these Justly celebrated Birdsell Clover Separators at work throughout the United States, and not one aa yet has ever failed to give entire satisfaction both t the Threshermen and Farmers. We guarantee our maohine in every re spect. From the first of Ajujust to the firs of November, 187s, we sold over SOO of these machines, and in not a single instance bays we beard one word of complaint either against tbe manner of their eoastruetfon ——iiminn n n_ Ms*! MtrtMMisi Co, OUR WN 6QIPMH. OAILY AND WEEKLY sa HERALD The leading Paper OF Southern California. Will devote columns to furthering the Interests of Los Angeles oity and oonnty aad the Southern portion of the State. It is the intention of the publish or to make ■ THE HERALD Aumpapnoi ih* day, complete lv all its details, and In every department Full and Reliable. The Bdltorlal Columns will disouas all live toploaof the day. while the telegrams, Bj arrangements newly effected, will h* tbe fullest and moat exhaustive to be fbund in any paper of the State, not be lug surpassed by those of tb c SanFranoisoo dallies. The Looal Columns ■ Will contain a oomplete resume ot looal happenings and all matters of home In. tereai. DAILY OBRALJV), by mall,l y«ar...»10 0 4 mouths... 51 i months... 21 26 CENTS PER WEEK THE WEEKLY HERALD Wsokly 1 year Dy moll _..i»C " • mouths ii I *> . 11 Payabls Invariably la advanoa Joseph O. Lvneh LEGAIi. SUMMONS* in the Superior Court Of the State of California, Id akj for tbe County of Los Angelea* Francisco Grailde. plaintiff, vs. Oliver Devillers. defendant. Action brought in tbe Superior Court of the Slate of California, la and for the oounty of Los Angeles, and tbe com plaint filed ln aald county of Lob Auge les, Id tne offloe of the Clerk of said su perior Court. The People of the State of California send greeting to Oliver Devillers, de fendant. You are hereby required to appear ln an aotion brought against you by the above named plaintiff ln the superior Oourt of tbe State of California, In aad for tbe county of Lob Angeles, and to an swer the complaint tiled therein, with in ten days (excluslve'of the day of service) after the service on you of tbis summons —If served witbln this oounty; or, li served elsewhere, witbln thirty days—or Judgment by default will betaken against you according to tbe prayer of Bald com plaint. The aald aotion Is brouaht to obtalu a decree of this Court for the foreclosure of a certain mo r gage described in tbe said complaint, ana executed by the said O. Devillers 10C. Oraalue, on the3<lday ol October, lr*7B, to secure the payment of a certain piomissory note, made on tbe 3d day of October, 1876, by O. Devillers, for the sum oi $30J gold colu, with Interest at the rate of per cent per month Irom date until paid, and payable lv the said C. Grazlde; that tbe premises conveyed ;by aaid mortgage may be sold, aud tbe proceeds applied to Uie payment of $SOO gold coin, with Interest at tbe rate of i% percent, per month from October 8, 1876, and lor 10 pel* cent as attorney's fees, as provided for ln said mortgage, aud oosts Of suit; and in oase such proceeds are not sufficient to pay the same, then to ob tain an exeoutlon against shid defendant for the balance remaining due; ana also that tbe defendant and all persons claim ing by, through or uuder him,may be barred aad foreclosed of all right, title, claim, Men, equity c\ .Redemption and In terest In and to said mortguged premises* and for otber and further relief. Keierence Is had to complaint for par ticulars. And you are hereby notified that if you fall to appear and answer tba said com ?ilalut, as above required, the aald plaln -10 will apply to the Court for the relial demanded ln the said complaint. (Uvea under my hand and the seal of the Superior Court of the State of Call fo.nla. In and for tue county or Los Ange les,, this 4th day of March, ln the year ot our Lord,une thousand eight hun dred and eighty-one. LSeai/] A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By A. HIMPAU. ueputy. Endorsed: WALTER D. STEPHENSON, inB-2m Attorney for Plaintiff. Administratrix's sale of Real Estate. NOTICE ia hereby given that m pursu ance of au order of tbe Superior Oourt cf ths canty of Los Augeles, state ot Cal ifornia, in ad i) on the 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 ot said deceased, will sell at public mic tion, to the highest bidder, for cash lo gold colu of tbe United States, and subject to confirmation by said .su perior Oourt, on FRIDAY, -THE 15th DAY OF JULY, 1881, At 11 o'clock >\. t at the Spring street front of the Court House, in the city and county of Los Angeles, all ths right, title, Interest and estate of tbe said Nicholas Qulrolo deceased, at the time of his deatn, and all the right, title aod interest (bat the said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired other than orin addition to that of tbe said Nicholas Qulrolo at the lime of his death. In and to all those certain lots pieces or parcel's of land, situate, lytni 'uud being in the said city and county o Los Angeles, state of Caliiornla, and bounded and described as follows, to Wit: Ist. All tbat certain piece or parcel o land situated in the elty and couuty o Loa Augeles, Stafe of California, bound ed and described us follows, to wit Bounded on tbe west by AJumeda street ou the north by land of one Miller, m tbe east, ky Lover* lane, und on the south by said lane and ibe lauds ol Jobi M. Griffith and Thorn Dwyer, and be Ing the Hume property conveyed to Nicholas Quirolo by deed of convey ance irom Maria Merced lap) a de Prud homme dated January 18th, 1873, record ed ln Book No. 23 of Deeds, pages 434 c seq., Records of Los Angeies. fid. All tbat certain lot of land situate In the city and county ot Los Angeles State of California, and descrloed ai follows: Commencing at tbe north wes oorner of upper Main and High streets thence nortuerly along tbe west line o Upper Main street twenty-five feet lo lot of P. Casnave; ihence westerly ni> n\ ■aid lot forty-seven leet; thenoe south erly, parallel with Upper Main stree twenty-five feet to High street; thenoe easterly along High street forty-sbven fe»t to point oi beginning. Eaoh of said two pateels of land wil be sold separately. Terms and conditions of sale: Cash in United Slates gold coin, ten per cent, o purchase money to bo paid to the Ad 'ministratrix on the day of Bale, balance on con Hi mat on of sale by said Superlo Court* Deed at expense of purchaser. HE FUG 10 QUIKOLO. Administratrix of the estate of Nicholas Qui role, deceased. June Md, 1881. Certlfioate or Speoial JPttrtnorasliip. This Is to certify that tba undersigned have formed a special partnersulo, pur suant to the provisions of the Civil Code or the state uf California. That tbe namo or firm uuder which suoh partnership Is to bo conducted is **J. W. Bixby A co." That the general nature of the buainesa to be transacted Is raising and trading iv cattle, sheep, horses and other stock, in eluding wool raising, dairy business pasturing animals auu all otber bualnesi incidental to suoh general business. Tbat ibe names of all the general and special partners are as follows: John W Bixby, wbo resides In Los Angeles ootiD* ty, State of Caliiornla; and Jotham Bx by, who resides in tue same county anil State, eaob aud both of whom are tbe general partnera; und Isalas W. Hell man, wbo resides in the city and oounty of Los Augeles, ln said State, wbo is the special partner. J hat said la alas W. Hellman has con tributed the sum of <:10 6 G 07-100) six teen thousand six bundiedaud slxty-s*x 07-100 dollars as oapltal lo tbs common stock, aud as bis portion of tbe capita of said partnership. Tbat tbe principal plaoe of business o aald partnership is and shall be In aaid Couuty of Los Augeles, Stuteof CalUor nlu. That tbe said partnership is to com mence on the liih day of July, A. D. 1881, aud Is to terminate on the lltn day oi July, A. D. 18*1. Dated at Los Augeles, this ilth day ol July, A. D. 1881. JOHN W.B'XBY. JOTHAM BiXBY. fSAIAH W. HELLMAN. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, i County of Loa Angeles. J S3> On tbe ninth 'day of July, one thous and eight bundled and eighty-one, be fore me, Geo. S. Patton, a Notary Public, In and for aald couuty, personal!v ap peared John W. Blxhy, Jotbam Blxoy aud isalas VV. Helluian,knowntometobe the pernoas described ln, whose names are subscribed to and who executed tbe foregoing- instrument, and eaoh of them duly acknowledged to me that he exe cuted the same. In witness whereof, I have hereunto act my band and affixed my official seal, at my office, in the said county of Loa Angelea, toe day aud year first above written. f.tieal.l GEO. S. PATTON. Notary Public ln and for aald county. In the Superior Court Of the county of Los Augeles, State of California. In tbe matter of the estate of Trinidad Yorba, deceased. Notloe Is hereby given that I, as Clerk of said Court, have, uursuant to law, ac rrjEsoAY* july isib. isai, at iua.h. at the Court Room of aald Court, in me Court House, elty and oounty of Loa An galea, Cal., as the time and place fo proving tbe will of Trinidad Yurba.de ceased, and lor hearing the application of Marcus Yorba and B. A. Yorba for th issuance to them of lottera testamentary when and wbere any person Interests may appear and oon Us t ths same. Sal LEGAL. Delinquent Sale—Notloe. Los Angeles Mining and Smelting Com pany—Looation of prluolpsl plaoe of business. Los Angeles, Los Angelee county .California—Looation of works, ' Resting springe, Inyo oounty, Califor nia. NOTICE.—There Is delinquent upon the following desoribed stock, on ac count of assessment No. 8, levied on Ihe thirteenth day of May, 1881, tbe several ' amounts set opposite the names of ttie respective shareholders, as follows: No. No. Na ie. Cert. Shares, Ain't. MoKnlght,WJ 44. „ -26 $43 75 McKulgbt.WJ 61 80 6J50 MoKnlght, WJ 86 17 29 75 McKnlght, WJ 78 32 60 no McKulght. WJ 181 . 82 68 00 slHuson, J 8 ID 260 437 50 slauson, JS „ 11......... 250 437 oil Slauson, J S 77... 899 698 26 Slauson, JS ™ 90. 1 176 1 Slauson, J S _ 109. 122 213 60 , slauson,JS _ 182 853 817 76 , Slauson, J s .167 88 11526 Slauson, JS .173.. .. 7 12 25 , Slauson, J 8 _....177 5 876 Macneil.H L 47......... 10 17 60 Macuell.HL 48 10 17 50 , Maenetl.H L 68 50 87 60 Maonell.HL 74 8 1400 Maonell.HL 82 SO 5250 Macnell.H L S3 9 1575 Maonell.HL 131 52 »i 00 Maonell.HL 161 47 8 J 25 Macnell.H L 18 6 876 Maonell, H L IS6 714...... 1249 60 Macuell.HL 107 23 41 26 Maonell. H L ltlg „.1765 8071 25 Be.it. HK W 98 6. 8 76 Oardlner, W H 40 20 3610 Oardlner, W P 49 20 85 Ou (iardtner, W P 81) 10 17 50 Gardiner, W f 79... . 12 38 50 Oardlner, WP 103 28 49 00 Oardlner, W P 112 _.. I s * 28 26 Gardiner, W P.. 135 36 83 00 Killiott, J M 45 11l 17 50 Elliott, JM ...76. „. 7. 12 25 Elliott, J M 81 4 714) Klllntl. I M lns 3 6 26 Elllott.J M 188 . 8 14 01) McFadden, James...lTii „.. 729-.... 127576 Bixby,Jotbam 25 — 200 85000 Blxby.Jotham 28 200 85010 Blxby.Jotham ....28 !i0 850 00 Bixby,Jotham 57 196 841 2i Blxby.Jotham 84 838 87900 Blxby.Jotham. 91 1 175 1 Blxby.Jotham 188 388 81400 Blxby.Jotham 175 6 8 76 Griffith, I M 29 100 17600 Grlmth, J M 87 510 876 CO Onfflth, J M 89 266 44826 Orlffllb, J M 142........ 191 884 26 Griffith, J M... 178 4111 717 50 Kills, OJ —IUI 100 17500 Kills, C J 152 290 3'o 00 Ellis, OJ 168 88 156 7i Kltls.OJ 171 . 26..... 4i50 Ellis OJ .....180 52 9100 Bills, CJ 181 5 8 76 Severance. Annie _ Crittenden 98 89 15575 Severance, Annie Crittenden 151 28 4900 Crittenden, H 64 2uo 3M)mi Crittenden, H .110 74 129 61 Crittenden, H J49 24 42 00 Crittenden.H 159 81 10876 Morgan, HA 174 26.;.... 43 76 Elliott, J M,Trustee.io4 H 1926 Elliott. JM.Trustee.l4s 3 5 26 MoFadden, James, Trustee 124 2« 49 00 McFadden, Jamea, Trustee 148 9 1575 Ivlson, HarrlelleS...llfB 120 210 00 lviaon, Harrietts 5..144 87 8470 And ln accordance with law and an or der of the Board of Directors made so many shares of each parcel or said stock as may be neoeasary will be sold at pub- Lie auotlon, at tbe office ot the company, Room 1 Temple Block, Los Angeles oity, California,uu Tuesday, the ninth (9th) day or August, 1881, at tbe hour ot tan ovrock a m. 01 said day, to pay said delin quent assessment, together with cost of advertising and expenses of sale. J. M. ELLIOT r. secretory. Office—Room 1 Temple Bleok, oity and oounty of Los Angeles, California. In the Superior Court Or the County of Loe Angeles, State of California. In lhe matter of the guardianship of William H. Haskln and Louis P. Hasklns, mlnoie. It appearing to this Court from the pe tition tins day presented and riled by Heury Haskln, the guardian of the per sona und estates of William H. Haskln and Louis P. Haskln, minors, praying for an order of sale of certain real estate belonging to bis said wards; that it would bebeu.noial to eaoh of said wards that such real estate should be sold: it Is hereby ordered tbat the next of kin of 1 he said wards, and al 1 persons In terested ln the said estate, appear before this Court, on MONDAY, THE 11TH DAY OF JULY, A. D. 1881. At 11 o'olook A. m. , at the oourt-room of this Court, at the Court House, in tbe oity and county ofLos Angeles, then and there to suosr cnu.se why an order should not be granted lor the sale or suoh estate. And it la further ordered that a copy of this order be published at leaat three successive weeks befora the said day ol hearing, In the Los Angeles Daily Her ald, a newspaper printed and published in said county of Lor Angeles. Dated June mb, 1881. V. E. HOWARD, Judge of the Superior Court, I.os Angeles county. 1 hereby certify the foregoing to be a full, true and correct copy oftheorlelnal order to show cause on petition to sell real estate in guardianship of Wm. H. Has kln et al,, minora, on file in my office, and that I bave carefully compar ed the same with the original. In witness whereof I have hereunto act my hand and affixed the seal of tbe Superior Court, this cth day ol June, 1881. ISeal. I A. W. POTTS, Oounty Clerk. By E. H. OWEN, Deputy. Jeotd Petition for Pardon. In tbe Superior Court of the oounty of Los Angeles, State of Califor nia. The People of the' Stale of California, Plaintiff, vs. Hairy Holden and Fred Morrla, Defendants, To Thomas B. Brown, 11,.strict Attor ney of the county ot Los Angeles, State of California: Please take notice tbat It is the Intention of the undersigned to apply to His Excellency, George C.Per kins, Governor or lhe Slate of California, for the pardon of Harry Holden and Frederick Morris, convicted ln the Supe rior Court of Ihe county of Loa Angeles, state ot California, ou the ?—that Is to say, tbe said Harry Holden on the lltb day of April, A. D. 1881, and the said Frederick Morris on the 12th day of April, A. D. 1881, of the orlme of burgla ry, and by said Oourt sentenced to Im prisonment ln the state Prison of tbe state of California, and eaoh of tbem for tbe term of years, respectively.to wit: the said Harry Holden for the term 01 8 years and tbe said Frederick ef orris for the term of 2% years. H. A. WATSON. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 7 „ County of Los Angelas, s A. J. Etna, being duly sworn, deposes and says he la a citixen of tbe Pnlled Stales aud State of CaliicrnVa* and over the age ol 21 years; that ha served the foregoing notloe onrhomas B-Browu.Esq Dlatrlot Attorney of the county of Loa Angelea, state of California, by deliver ing to him a true oopy thereof, at his of fice, in said county, on the 88tb dsy of June, A. D. 1881. A. J. KING. subscribed and sworn to before me, this 28th day or June, 1881. [seal.l A. W. POTTS, Connty Clerk and ex-efflelo Clerk of the superior Court of Los Angeles coun ty, Cala. By E. H.OWEN,Deputy. Je29 INotloe to CretiUora. In tbe Superior Court of Los Ange les oounty, State of California. In the matter of the estate of MAT THEW KELLER, Deceased.—Notioe la hereby given by the undersigned,' exeou tor of tbe last will and test ament of MATTHEW KELLER, deoeased, to the creditors of a.id all per sona having claims against tlie saidde oeased,to exhibit tbem, with th c nsosssa ry vouchers, within ten month s after ths first publication of thla notttee, to the aald exeoutor, at his plaoe of bnsinsss. the Farmers' and Bank of **^* ta » T fti3ua w Mater aw m %avV-aeeeVMßXa^eaaWßSaeßaV LEGAL. Mortgage Sale. Execution No. 810. 1 lv tbe Superior Court of' tbe couuty ' of Los Angeles, State of California. ( Edward Li. Muvlierry, Plain:ill, | Tl. Merced Abbott, alias Merced Garcia I , de Abbot, John Abbot, Salinas I . Abbot, William Abbot, Aaron Ab-1 t bot, Amos Abbot, Merced Abbot, as executrix of the last will and - . testament of William Abbot, de- . oeased, Meiced Abbot, daughter . of the above-named Meroed Ab- , bot, George Abbot, Catherine Ab- [ bot. Frank Abbot and the City , of Los Angeleß, defendants, j , TTNBERAND BY VIRTUE OF A | U decree of foreoloeure and order 01. , sale entered ln the (superior Cnun , of the county of Los Angeles, state , of Caliiornla, on the 18th day ol , May, A. I). 1881. and a writ ol , exeeuUon for the enforcement of Judg- t meat, requiring sale ol property under , foreclosure of mortgage. Issued out of , said Court, on the 20th day ol May, A. D. 1881, In the above entitled , aotion, and ln favorof Edward L. May- : berry. plalnUff, aod against Meroed Ab bot, alias Merced Garcia de Abbot, Jobn Abbot, Salinas Abbot, William Abbot, Aarou Abbot, Atuos Aboot, Merced Ab bot, as executrix of the last will and tes tament ol William Abbot, deoeased. Meroed Abbot, daughter of'the above named Meroed Abbot, George Abbot, Catherine Abbot, Frank Abbot and the , city ofLos Angeles, delendanls, a certified copy 01 whloh said deoree 01 foreclosure, , duly attested under tbe seal of said superior Court on the 20ih day of May, A. D. 1881, and delivered to me, together , with the writ annexed thereto, on the , aid day of May, A. D. 1881, whereby 1 am commanded to sell at publio auction, , to the highest and best bidder, tor cash In , United states gold coin, the following , and lv said deoree desoribed real estate, , to-wlt: , All that real property ln the oity of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, Stateof 1 California, bounded aud described aa fol lows, via: A lot oa the west side ot Main street, the boundaries of whloh are aa lollows: * Commencing at a point on the west »ide of Main atreet. being the northeast ' corner of a lot now or formerly of I. W. Hellman and formerly of the heirs of ' Juan Domingo, deoeased; ihence run ning north easterly along the said line ' of Main street slxty-flve feet, more or less, to lot formerly belonglog to F. Slg noret and afterwards paronasedof H. a*. Ttsohmaoker; tbence northwesterly along line of said aignoret lot to eastern line of New High street: thence southwesterly along line of New Hun street slxty-Sve leet, more or less, to lot of I. W. Hellman; thence southeasterly along lot of Hellman to the point ot be ginning. aecond—A lot bounded on the west by Main sireet and fronting thereon thirty six leet; on the north by a lot formerly owned by Plo Pico and on which the Pico House stands; on tbe east by San chea street and having a frontage there on of thlrty-slx feet, more or less, and on the south by a lot formerly owned by W.H. Perry and Wallace Woodworth, tbe lot hereoy described being tbe same lot on whloh stands what Is known as Merced Theatre building. Third—A lot bounded on the west by Main Btreet; on tbe north by lot former ly of W. H. Perry and Wallace Wood worth; on the east by Sanohea sireet, and on tbe south by lot now or foi merly of F. A. MaoDougal, having a froatage of to feet on Main Btreet and being same lot lormerly oooupled by William Abbot, since deoeased, aa a furniture store. Publio notice is hereoy gtvea that on WEDNESDAY, THE 15th DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1881, At 12 o'olock M. ot said day, I will pro ceed to sell at tho Oourt Mouse door in the oity and oonnty of Los Angeles, State of California, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder for oash in U. a. goldooin, to satisfy said deoree for princi pal and interest, attorneys' fees, coats and all accruing Oosts, all the above described real estate, or so muoh thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said rami, Attested under my hand, at tbe city and county of Loa Angeles, state of Cali fornia, this 33d day of May, A. D. 1881. WM. B. ROWLAND, Sheriff. By JAS. O. KAYS, Under Sheriff. To A.ll Whom It May Concern. Notloe is hereby given that the South ern Paolno Hall road Company, a corpo ration under tne lawa of California, will, on the first day of August, A. D. 1881, or as soon thereafter as the case may be heard, apply to the Board of supervisors of Los Angeles county, California, at Ihe offlee of aaid Board, ln the city of Los An geles, for a whan franchise along the westerly side of the estuary known as Wilmington oreek or slough, in said county of Los Angeles, commenclug for the same at the nui thorly ooundary line of the wharf franchise owned or ciaimed by Jotham Bixby, E.N. McDonald and Thomas B. Hayes, or their assigns, and running thenoe northerly one thousand feet to a point at or near the southerly bodndary line ot the lands owned or claimed by lhe Paclflo Coast Steamship Company, with a width of seventy-Ove feet, extending Irom the lands of tbe Southern Paclflo Railroad Company on the westerly side to or into the navigable waters of said Wilmington creek or slough on the easterly side. Socrnsan Pacific hailroau Company. By H. B. TJNDEKHII.L, Agent. Los Angeles, June 18,1881. Jl4-4W To A. 11 Whom It M.ay Concern. Notice is hereby giveu that the Paolnc Improvement Company, a corporation under lhe laws of the state of California, will, on the hrst day of August, 1881. or as soon thereafter as tbe taie may be heard, apply 10 the Board 01 Supervisors of Los Angeles county, California, at the office of said Board, lv tbe oily of Los Angeles, for a wharf franchise along the westerly side of the esiuary known as Wilmington creek or slough, ln said oounty of Los Angeles, commencing lor tbe same at the southerly boundary line of the wharf franohlso owned orolamied by Jotham Bixby, K.N. McDonald and Thos. B. Hayes or tbeir assigns, and run ning thence southerly one thousand feet, with a width of seventy-live feel, extend ing from the lands ofthe southern Paclflc Railroad Company on the westerly side to or lnlo the navigable waters of said Wilmington oreek or slough on the east erly side. Pacific Improvement Compam. By H. a. UNDEKHILL, Agent. Los t- ugeles, June 13,1881. J l*-4w Notice 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 Pnllip, auardlan 01 the above-named minora, G. O.Comp ton, Mary A. Gibson, Prosper PblHp, as administrator with the will an nexed of the estate of Maria Autonla Acevedo de Bon, deceased, and Jacques Levy, defendants. In pursuance ot an order and decree of the superior Conrlot the county of Loa Angelea, state of California, made ln the above-entitled acUon, dated the lath day of June, A. D. 1881, tbe undersigned, rei eree In partition, will sell at public auc tion, to tbe highest bidder, iv front of the Court House, on Spring street, ln the oity of Los Angeles, ln said oounty, on MONDAY, THE 11th DAY OF JULY, A. D. 1881, At II o'olook A. M., the following de scribed tract or parcel ot land, to wit: All thatoertaln real properly, situate ln tbe county of Los Angeles, State of Caliiornla, bounded and described as follows: Bounded on tho north by tbe souihern line of the land formerly be longing 10 or claimed by John urarf; on the east by Main street; oa the sooth by the line of land of Armanzo Allen; and un the west by tho land of O. E. Thorn sod X, M. Roas; being tbe easterly thir teen acres of tho north half of the north west quarter 01 the southeast quarter ol section seven (7), township two (2)soutb, range thirteen (IS) west, Han Bsrnardino Meridian. Teims of sale: Cash In gold coin of the United States, payable on confirmation of sale by said Couit, Deed at expense of purohaser. J. B. Bc6l"i'. Referee. Dated Los Angeles, Jane 17,1181. Jeuitd NOTICE. LEGAL. Sale of Real Estate iy Administrator with the will annexed. 0 the Superior Court of Loe Ange les County, Btaie of California. n the estate of Kosa Isabella L>, ■ Baldwin, deceased. .Notloe is hereby given that la pursu iuoe 01 the urder 01 said superior Court if ihe county of l.os Angeies. State of Jalnorula, made on the B u u day uf May, v. l>. IHBL, 10 themaderof theestate of tosa Isabella jv. Baldwin, deoeaaed, the mUtJi signed, administrator with the viil annexed ol said estate, will sell et mvate suie to the highest aod best bid tor for cash and subject to iheoouuriu ktlou of said superior Oourt, all the ight, title, interest aud estate of the laid deceased at ihe time of her death, tnd all ihe right, title and Interest the mid estate has, by operation of law or ituerwise, acquired other thuu or in ad lillion to that ol the said deoeased at the ,ime 01 her death in and to Lhose oertaln .ots t pleoes, or tracts of land lying aud ?eing lv ihe oounty oi ix>s Angeit-s, utate >l uailiornia, aud described as follows, .0 wit: First—Commencing at a forked willow ,ree about b luchea through, marked 415, ln black jjuint, which Is situated uear the bauk oi the lanja or irrigating litcu and oonespouds widi uud is Hla. 15 ufa survey lu'sUc in uecemuer, 1870. oy H. M. Johnson uf tuo irrigable flai ol uu KuiicUo i-us jvelia, roiereuce to which is heruby more particularly maUc; theuce, lolloivlug the xueauuer line Of said Hurvey N i.';* degrees Wove jhalu aud »eveuiy-elsjht. liukn; theuce ft IoIJi degrees li ouams; LUeuee oeiH atsgiets X 1.76 chaius: thenoe j> am ueg recs jbl l.S6uhalut>; meace N 3% degrvua VV. 2.26 chains; theuce > lt>*4 de jgroea w 9flichains; thuuoe N '42.- 4 Ue ivn-n h, 2 Hi chains; theuctjjM 37>4 Uegrees 2.01 chaius to station IS ol JuUUnun's iUivey; thenoe in 7v< degiets £ ouaius; thttuce ti degiees w 20.&* jhalus; tueuce ti IV/i degrees VV 10 ou uhalus; lheuce N 0U uegrees W a6O 2uauis to ihe point oi bu;iuuiug the to tal aiea oi the laud hereby cunveyod beingol 6-H'o aores uf land. second—Also the outj-llith interest ln stboutji 800 aores oi tuat oei talu tract ol land situate, lying and being ln the sountyof i,os Augules, ..taio ol (Jallior aia, sua more particularly oesoilbedas Coliows, to wit: Commencing at the river of jLos Augeles, at an oan tree, v land-mark ol tue lancho called *'Provi itencia," near a liuue ailn t anU running thenoe southwesterly aioug the bound ary line ot tuid Kauoho La frovldeuola to the Aliso tree of the uopaluro; thtjuoe easterly to ihe ue Uocovenga/' theiiou to a point iv iiunt of itie •*Agudge uelttaucito;" thenou in another stra.gut line passing directly through ihe roriexueia io the river uf Los Augeies; thenoe up tht* ouaunei of the said river tv tho place oi oeginulng, tne lanU hereby desoribed being a part of ihe Kauono Iros Kens, grauted to Maug. Ygnaulo Verdugu hy Manuel Mlubeuureua Marc a 22, IHi-s. aaviug auU tutcepiiiig ftuui the iaai above deauribeU liaot a canalu paroai ol land desorioed as loliows; Commenoing at a redwouu siako iv mouud or stouee marked f. L>. a. 1, 4x4 Inohea lv diame ter aud d Ist aal Ii ilu&s truui theceuier 01 ihe Canal aud Xteaervoir ditch aud un noiih siue uf aame, irom whiou puiui a live-oak tree about 4 lent luulameier and marked B. X. ts.i. r. v., Ueur-. N augio, h h.,211 cuaius dis tant; anoiner nve-oak ou opposite side 01 Hebervuir Company's diicn abuui«H feei lv diameter, oiazad and marked b, T. IN. 2b. If. li., bears ti my v degrees E 22H chains distant, aud is uu. lue wtm bans, of a small gulch; luencu running v few Unas to the uurt,hward of lieservulr Company's ditch XS Toy+ degrees WUH. ouaius to eaudstoue rock aud siaku marked ti.% §2 links fromoouter of ditch tMmuk which point alive ouk tree abuut 2* leet iv uiameter near edge of ditch bears IN i 2y 9 VV 0.2> ohaius u;» -taut, another nvo-oak auuut came aiCe Dears jN VV auout .I.OOOUuium distant aua ci-. corner of Jose Pacu'tt ujuue house uears ,n 4o degrees E 4,4; ohauus aud is I.OH ouaius long hy 27 unka wide; as>camoie tree stauua anoutoeu tre oi rear of uouse and is about 76 links uistanlirum house; auother large live oak on north alueof Uiich auu luimedl atoly ou edtte oi same bears 05 degreea E 1.23 ohains distant; thenoe loUoWing item i voir and uaitaiComjyauy 'a uitou up stream N degrees W 0.07 ohains loa eluke 10 uuks ulstaut iroui center oi duch and matkudfc}. &l gtecs W2.olciiamu to a make 21 uuks distum. from center oi ditch aud uiuraeU theuorj tib 7y 4 degrees <v i.ci cu-.«,iu> lv a stake 27 links iiuin oeuter ol ditch aud marked o. o; theuce JS* s>\ v 4 VV 3.00 chaius tv a stuke 17- iiuks irom oenter uf ditcu and marked & tf; theuo« IN G; 4 VV 1.24 euains toy stuke ii Unas from ceuter uf ditou and marked U. 7; tneuce IN 65% degrees \v 2.02 chains to a stake 46 liuka iruu* ceater ul ditoh uud murked n. 6; iheneo iN 16% degrees E 4.5e ouuiuh to a stake 11 liuke a win ceuter ol ditch and maiked a. 0; theuce N % de* grt.es W o.iB ohains tv a stake dlsiunt n unka from oeutei of diiouaud maiked b IU; thence IN 23 degrees VV 0.0/ chains tc a stake 33 links now oeuter uf di.eh and uiaikedn. U, from wuiun point a live oak tree 2feet la diameter ou Hi side ol duch bear* b 2uK degretg E 60 links dls Lam; anuther live oaa same vise, same Blue vi ulich, boars a D/ 4 uegrees E ut links distuut; tbenoa along diujh ou hill* aide in ay 4 degitee Wtr.iiO chains tons Lake 11 links from center of ditou aud marked tj. 12; theuce IN 85ft dtgteos n b.Bichains tostake 10 links-from center of ditou auu maiked m. 13; thence jn 4vy 4 aegrees VV u.tM ouaiua io a stake mariced b. li; tuence ft 9J4 degrees E li.Qi cualns tv v witiuw stump mazed aud marked with black paint a. 15; theneu aioug ditch auu edge of small swamp jN ty 4 uegroes W li7l chains tv a stake io links iroiu oeuteroi ditch and maraeu a. 10; thence IN 4<jy 4 de grees E 2.75 ohains tv a stake 8 links frum cenfrr vi unch and marked be 17; ihenoe b degrees E 1.76 ouaiua to a stake marked tU 18, ou e..s:erly side of floud gate; lheuce IN 82>4 Uetireea E l.Socbains, alung centeror ruuulug water of ditch auu turough a deep cut whloh crosse - hill on poiut of wnloh Is located house of H. Jf auu tostake marked fi. 18; thence degrees VV 228 chains tv a stake maiked o. 20; theuoa jN jo; 4 degrtos VV to a atake 20 liuks from cenlei ol uitoh and maikeu a 21; thenue in 2t-. 4 uegrees E 2.87 uhulns tv a stake J8 links fromuentiuuf ditch and marked bekal thenoe *N 37H degrees t. 201 chains lv stuke marktd ti. 28; thenoe is 4>4 degrees VV 4.47 ohains to stake 25 Unas f ■ uiu uitoh and marked ti. 24; tuence j> H>£ degrees VV 4.l6ohaius to a i-Uku ditch aud marked h. 20; thenuu XN ao>i de grees E 6.2 a chains to a stuke lOiiukS irom oenter oi ditch and maiked ti. 'Mi; thenoe N 11% degrees vv 2.62 cbalus to a slake marked b,2i; lheuce un side ol hlil between ditch and road in 12y 4 de grees VV 2.0 v ohaius to stuke on edgj oi road marked S. 2b; tueuoo jN 82>4 de grees W 6.07 chains to stuke on edge ul road and matked a. 29; thenoe JS 2ti>, de grees VV 4.87 ohaius.to a stake on eugeol duch auu marked ti. 81); thence a.ung edge of dttcu JN 88 degrees W 6OU chains tostake eh euge of road aod marked 8. 81; thenoe JN 844 degrees VV 4.04 chaius to a stake between road and ditch and marked ti.&i; thence along Canal auu HeservolrCumpauy's di en «n 2Hdeg<oes VV 8.10 ehalus to a stake marked ti. 8*; thenoe folluwlug meandeis of n ver bank N 83>4 degrees h 4.70 ohains to a stake at head of ueep wash aud marked 8.84; thenoe JN decrees E 3.01 chains to a stake on edge or bank marked S. 3>; ihence JN 26 uegrees E 4. 4 6 chains to a stake on westerly side of aauja maratd a, 86; tbence N 45> 4 degrees E 10.00 chuius to stake marked a. 87; theuce j> 18 de grees E 1.07 chaius to a stake marked ti. 88. irom wmoh point a willow tree mark* ed b, T. ti. 88 f. v. bears N \l>y 4 uegrees E 08links distant; theuce b 7aii degrees b, 12.70 ohains tostake marked a, ttV; tueuoe a 2i' 4 degrees ** 7.04 ebalns tv Btakt marked b, 40; thenn H a X% degrees h. B.ot ohains tv suite muiked b. 4t; tneuce a 4 degrees w 14.81 ohulus to stake marked 8. 42; thenoe ti iH4 degr«ea E ll.tt; ohains t'> stake marked 8. 48; lheuce b74% degiees E i.ii ebalns to oak po«i In lino oi willow fwnoe marked ti. 44 t JJ.: thenoe H. degrees VV. 84.42 obatnt aioug said wliluw fence tostake lv eluf of feuoe aud mai ked fcj. 45; ihence b. 15)4 degrees E. 16.10 chains lo stake market) S. 40; thence ti. HVt>i uegre.-s E. 11.58 Obatnt to stake marked a. 47; thence a. \&% de grees E. 0.66 cbalus to ftake marked ti 4i; thence a. 83 degrees K. U. 87 chains v pest in Hue of wliluw isuce ut intersec tion of said ft? nre With L. A. C. VV. W. Col duch and marsed V. i». 8. 40; tbence ti 03% degrees VV- 808 chains alung llvi wnlow feuoe to stake marked 8. 6u thenoe JN. 77 degiees VV. 69 c'lalut to stake markeu ti. 51; thence 8 58 degrees W. 0.80 chstns to stskt marked a. 62; tbence b. 22y 4 W. 14 6) ohains tostake marked 8. k3, tbeooe ti lite degrees W XO.lB ehalns to «tajto4xi inohea In diameter in mound of stonei and marked t, I>. a. l, iho place of beulu nlng and containing 828 82090 acres o laud and being the same tract of lane witbln tbe exterior boundaries of whiob Is Included tbe 84 acre tract herelnbefori deacrlbed, end all of aaid lands balni witbln lbe exterior boundaries ef tbt Ranoho "Los Dells" and forming a par thereof. Also, all the water rights, eaeemeoti and semlodes to aeon of said dlflarem timetii beioagUg er ia en? way appee [ M«t| mm Mm* •TfiAaM^eanat LEGAL. ' street, Los Angeles oity, Cala., or mij delivered to tbe administrator peraont iy, or filed with the Clerkof aaldsunarl Court, at aay time after the first public tion uftbls notice and before the mam., of tbe aale. Terms aud conditions of sale—Tan j cent, of the purchase money to be pt upon notice ol acoeptanoe of bid, bale. . on cotlrmailon ol hale by said super." Court. Deed at expense of pu rcnaser.' Dated Loa Angeles, Cal.. May Mb, Hi JoHk M. BALDWIN/ Administrator with tbe will annexed the estate of Kosa Isabella D. Baldwl deceased, Eastman, Haley, King at Robarts, A , torneya for Ihe estate. IWORTCACE SALE. Execution Mo. 7(7, In tbe Superior Court of tbe couui" of Los Augeles, State of California. Franolsoo araaide. Plaintiff, i ' vs. } Olivier Devillers, Defendant.) Under and by virtue of a deoree of for otosure and order of sale tared in tbe Superior Covfe of the couuty of Los Anjeles, State* California, on tbe 23d day of June, A. t 1:81, und a writ of exeoutlon for tbe ci; foroemenlof Judgment requiring sale 1 , properly under foreclosure of mortgag l issued out of said Court, annexed to aal decree and dated tne 24th day of Jnne,, D. 1881, in the above entiled aotion ai ln lavor or Francisco fireside, plat, tiff, and against Olivier Dcvi lers, deiendants, a certified oop of wbloh said deoree of foreoloeure, dv r attested under the seal of said Conn oi theaithday of June, A. D. 1811, and dt live red to me, together with tbe writ \p nexed thereto, on the 25th day of June A. D 1881, whereby 1 am commanded t: sell at publio auoiinn, to tbe highest an. best bidder, for oash in U. 8. sold ooln the following and in said deoree di., scribed real estate, to wit: Lot No. five (Si iv b.ocx six (fi) of tbl Aliso traot, aooordlng to L.eouvreur't subdivision of said traot, made in Uses said lot having a front of fifty (80) feetoT Aliso street and a depth of one hundret and flfiy (iti) feet, being the same lo conveyed to tbe said ullvler Devillers bli Fermln Fernandes by deed of dati March Mth, 187), recorded In book fit o deeds, Los Angeles oounty records, pfigt US; above land being situated ln tbe oil) i of Los Angeles, oounty of Los Angeles State of California. fublio notloe Is hereby given that on MONDAY, THE 18th DAY Of ? JULY, A. D. 1881, At 18 o'eloak st. of said day, I will pro f ceed to sell, at the court House door. In! the oity and county of Loa Angeles, Siatel of Oalitornla, at publio auotion, to tbjiei highest and best bidder for ossb in 0/stl gold coin, to satisfy said deoree lor Pnn3l cipul aud Interest, attorney's fees, aSJOMI] and all acorulng oosts, all tbe above atSM ..crlbed real estate, or ao much thereof as luay be neoeasary to satisfy said sums. Given uuder my band, tbla nam day ol June, A. D. 1881. War. B. ROWLaND, , Sheriff. By J. 0. Ktts. Under gbsrlff. Mortgage Sale. j h-xeouUon No. 887. J X 1 Iv the superior Oourt of tbe Oounty of' Los Angeles,state of California. j A. K. LOOMIS. Plalullll, > I JOSEPH 8. Hh7cHlNOB, etal., f *| Leltndanls. j I Under and by virtue of a deoree aii foreclosure and order uf sale entered la tbe Superior Oourt of the oouniy of Los Angeles, state of California, on lhe 7lh day oi July, A.D 1881, and a writ, oi exeoutlon for the enforcement of ladg ineut requiring sale ot property under 1 ' foreclosure of mortgage, issued oat or said Oourt, annexed to said decree auVj dated the 11 lb day of July, 18sl, tn tb 1 auove entitled action and lv favor oil A. K. Loumls, plaintiff, aud against Jos ephS. HutcningH, w. H. Tbomaa and H b. i'boma,. defendants, a certified oopy oi which said deoree of foreoloeure. duly uttostcd under '.bo seal oi said Oourt, ou. tbe nth day of Juiy, a. D. Mil, and de/ llvered to me together with tbe writ an nexed thereto, on the said laat men tioned day, wberb, I am commanded to sell ai publio auction to tbe highest and' best bluder for oaab in U. S.goid ooln tbe h llowlng and in aald decree deserlbed real estate, 10-wit; Tbe southern portion ot lot eleven (11) ol lbe 1 Hyman tract, of ihe Rancbo teas ' Antonio, commencing at tbe southwest corner of lot eleven (li) and ruamag N 48 degrees east twenty-six MM chains 1 tneuce souinB9Kdegrees east tblriy-four 71100 ohains; inence south 42 degrees ' west twenty-two 82-100 onalns to the nortbeaat oorner of tbe aeboel bouse lot; ° thenoe along tbe Una of eald sobooi hi,use lot north eighty-two w degrees west ten tlf); ebalns tv tba northwest ear ner of said school bouse lot; thenoe south 1 tl degiees west twelve 17-iei chains te the southwest corner of said aeboel house lot; tbsnse north UK de. grees west twenty-four ehalns le' place ef beginning, oontamlag sixty-five asrea oi land, saving aad ex cepting therefrom that certain portion : tbereof conveyed by Joseph htuiehlags • to s. H. Murry by deed of date January 2«, 1870, recorded ln book 14, page Ml of deeds, of the records of said oounty. ref -1 erence being made to aald deed and aald record ibereoffor a more partloaiar de. rorlptlon of said exeepted portion, to gether witb all tbe water rights aad privileges unto said land belonging. Also, a portion of lot (10) tea ef I. Hy man tract of the Banebo San Antonio, being tbe northeast oorner thereof, and desoribed as fellows: 6osomenolng at , the northeast corner of lot (io) ten aad . running south ii degress west and twtlve 17 no chains; thenoe north 82W degrees west (10) ehalns; ihenee north4Bdegrees east twelve 17100 chains; tbanea south 8«j degrees east (10) ten shales to plaoe of beginning, remaining ten aores of land, i'or a farther and better deaerip ; tion of said lot reference is made te a map ofsuld I. Hyman tract of tbs Ban cno sau Antonio, recorded la tba offloe* of ihe County Bteorder of Los Angeles oeuoty, ln book of needs, psge altogeth er with all the water rights aad privil eges thereumo belonging. Also, lorty shares orstook in the San Antonio Irri gating Company, dated ustober is, 1876, standing on the books of aald oompaay In tbe name ol J. 8. Hutcblns ana en dorsed oy bim to plaintiff, Publio noUeeia nerehy given that on WEDNESDAY, THE So DAY Ol? AUGUST, A. D. 1881, At twelve o'olook st. of said day, I will proceed to sell at the Oourt House door, in the Oity and Oounty of Las Angeles, State ol California, At publio aaotion, to the highest and best hid. der, for oash in United States gold oouk to satisfy said deoree for nrinoipel and interest, attorney's fees, oosts, and all aooruing costs, all the above desoribed real estate, or so muoh tbtreol as may be necessary to satisfy stid sums. (liven under my hand, this the Ulh dsy of July, A. 0. 1881. WM. R. ROWLAND,Sheriff. By JAS. 0. KAYS, Uuder Sberlir. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Los Angeles OU Company. ' Location of prlnoipal place of business, . Los Angeles, California. — Looation , of works, Ventura county, California. Notloe is hereby given that at a meet . ing of tbe Board of Directors of tbla oom i pany beld ou tbe loth day of May. i 18X1, an assessment (No. 141 of fifteen 1 (loo) cents per share waa levied upon the 1 oapltal stock of the company, payable . Immediately, in t). s. gold ooln, to tbe Secretary, at room No. 6, Temple Blook. 1 oity of Los Angeles. And any siocx upon wbloh tbis aesess -1 mem remains unpaid on Tuesday, tbe . a-u b day of June, 1881. will be delinquent * and arJrertlsed fir sale at public auotion; ; und. unless payment Is made before, will 1 be sold on Tuesday, the 181b day of July, . 1881 ,to pay delinquent assessments, costs i of advertising and expenses of sale. 1 W. J. NlCELY.Secretary, No. 8, Temple Blook. I Los Angeles, MayM, 1881. 4V Notloe to Creditors. [ Estate of Jaoob L. Wright, deoeaaed.- Notice la hereby given by the under ; signed, executrix 01 tbe laat will and tes tament of Jaoob L. Wright, deoeaaed.to f tbe creditors or, aad ah persons having pjs] ft ttm Kmtmm aS^ *