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Advertised List. Letters remaining in the Los Angeles <Cel.) rostoffioe, July 13tli, 1881: LADISB' LIST. Adergo. Guadalupe Kent. Mrs Efi Beietinoff. Miss id Labory. Feienade Beinal, Maria Ada Lsleude. Air- & Brothtl. Airs Famiie Mariinea, Leon Ode Burks. Mrs 8 0 MoUbe Mrs Bonk. Mrs Lizale A Moiio, Mrs Mary Ohio l<o!a, till A Mul ahill. Miss A M Do' sod. G A. for Off er. Mrs anna Miss J Bsldy O ai.ing, Mrs N Elton. Mrs nucis D Oivei, airs UBJ »Orttes. Mrs »-tt E Parker, Mrs J S For.ter, Mrssf B -2 P«do es It.fuii) Gaud a. Mist . OSS Bo.s, Mrs (J Allison, Mia Ju . shun, Miss Lillian Ore. n, Mrs ula S Stephens. 11 A Guerrero, Maris B Summers, Mrs M Hew.it. Mrs X Va drz.Carmen lid > Uower, Mrs T C Walker, Migi M nuie Jarda, Miss Victoria Wolier, Mrs vvilliam Jordan, MrsCharl t Wilson, Mrs 0 Jones, Mrs Joanna Yorba, Mrs Julia D OIHTI.KMKN'S LIST. Ane'atague, F Mabei, Maria Aula WM Barnson, W M Ard.s, J L Warm.n. J N Baktr. Conrad Harris, J W Baker, Oeo Bendi i. Mr Ben on, <1 S Bincjosa, Kosario Benit >s. Albino Mi oh ns. Robt Brsuna, E Hit eiug, D X Bronson A Hovel, v Brottis, fm Jourd .n, F P Butler, J B Johu.on F P Oann.bc,l i yrus L. pes, J 8 Call gan, Jos Menu. t. L Ctmarg >, F Ma tin. R O Orawtoid, OP, for Maxwell B J J B Peers MoDonald John Barter, J M. for MoFaorten. rioley A ioa Jj Burgess Meade, F H Okappell, M l Miliir. Nicholas Ciron, 0 0 Momero, Go > Cole. N J Moreno. Aloino Comerford, P V Not ile. N Or,.sthwaite Jas later.-on. E0 'rowsvi Uert Pundtii, Jai L Oammecs Jno.f r Kii.s X Juo B WarrtU 1 odsea, Gland Dal as, J W Bay S ml Hmtili g, Jas Ninon-z. Martinez Davis, cadepe bhwomy. JnoF Dolby It W n so i. Plan!: Deuiov n Miehsal Sole,. Mr DnytaaotCo fnvd-r. it-! Sard. U Steisberger, J A JajT-TJ T-tsJos ""•Fnirchdd, B H Ta»lor, B H Fanner, Chaa T Tuber, Bobt F guerua, M. gucl W.yue, Die t t iul y. Jas T V eia enbach. Aug Flam gan. Jas T V\hi c, k M Flatter. X J Whi c, Wx! ter C Fn so , Jerome w> m , v N Qalui J Williams, WB Gsborsnm, Henry Voud, Jas Graham, Frank Yorba Jeam Gu rado, lelandro Ybarri, Andres Guayo, Guadalupe 1. It. DtTOIKLBKBOSn, P. M. A Dull Peasant [London Times.i An example of tbefnfluenoe of tbe Jews among Ihe ignorant Run alau peasantry, the following ehar aoterietio story was told to oie by a Jew, aod Is worth columns of ex planation: A peasant troes to a Jew ia aa adjoining village and asks for the loan uf a rouble to buy vodka. Tha Jew consents to lend tba rouble, but requires security and otters to take tbe peasant's fbeepekin coat in pawn The peas ant returns for his coat aud gives it to tbe Jew Id exchange for a rouble. Tbe latter, however, lends tbe rouble oa the security of the sbeep sklu only at tbe usual 100 per Oeut Interest, and tells tbe peasant thai when he comes toolstm his emit he must, pay back tho routile leut uud another rouble besides for the, loan. This tbe peasant understand*, anil goes away with the rnubie. Before be gets far away lbs Jew calls him back and says: "What an idint you are! Give ma baok now the rouble wbioh I have ju-t given you, as you will only spend it all In drluk, and will then have odlv one rouble lo pay me when yoa ootne for your coat." Tne peasant, completely tuken ln by this logic, gives buck the rouble and goes home to his friends. When be has told them what be bas done, someone exclaims: "How is it tbat you bring uothittu baok? You bring no money, no vodka, you still owe tbe Jew a rou ble, and you have lost your coat." Tbe dull peasant scratches his head and replies: '"I don't really know myself how It bas beeu done, but tbe Jew was pertectiy right in hie * calculations ." A Boy In a Cyclone. [From the Golden date J My eon, Verner A. House, wbtle on tbe road from Atchison laat weak, was riding with a gentleman on horseback about dusk Thursday evening, northeast of Emporia, when a great cyclone si ruck them. He drove ahead a few rods when he saw tbe man Whom be bad left but m fair moments before hilled by Ibe monster. The horse was knocked to tbe ground and killed. He rode to a hnu-e where some men bad gathered to get from the atoim, and while in ihs hou-e tbe roof waa taken off, hut none of the Inmates batmed. He then went to tbe barn for protection, but that was blown one way and another until he waa forced to fi mi protec tion in a gutter. He Bald the storm gathered in the heavens and looked like a great dark cloud in the shape of a funnel, with the small portion at tbe base, aud is the storm in creased It grew larger at tbe baae. He said trees, boards, eto , were fly ing In tbe air, and he had all tin could do to keep nut of their way. He said that what atruok and split tbe man in two looked like fire. The Hair of Adelaide Neilson A London correspondent under stands tbat Rear-Adrnlr tl Hon. H. Carr G'yn, wbo hae been apooint ed second In command ot the Chan nel Squadron, goes afloat at his own r-quest. Admiral Glyn will ba remembered as the gallant of ficer upon whom the actress, Miss Neilson. bestowed the bulk of her property. He la a profound admir er of the S age, and a generous sup porter of art. Popular In society, and In the enjoyment of all that Can make town life pleasant and enjoyable, why the gallant Ad miral should have sickened of fash ionable dilettantism Is exalting tbe ourloeity of society; Out tbe fact re mains, and the offlctr who exhibit ad over tbe oorpse of the celebrated actress an emotion which the Par isians did not believe possible in an Englishman, goes afloat at hi- per •anal request, and for reaaons of his own. When Napoleon I. came, after a aarlaa of victories, to visit annexed Belgium, be found, on entering Ghent, a triumphal arch erected by the guild of butchers, Inscribed: "The little buicheis of Ghent tn Napoleon the greai" (butcher). Tile deacon of tlie guild I.ad askel m clever nobleman (wbo loathed Napoleon) to write the inscription, tba sarcasm in which the worthy daaaoa did net detect. Surplus Stock of Grain in Cali fornia Ban Francisco, July 16, '81. Tbe Directors or tbe San Fran olsoo Product! Exchange, in pre senting tbia account of stock, de sire to tender their acknowledg ments to tbe gentlemen who have kindly and at considerable trouble, furnished the details from which tbe Information herewith given has been collated. They regret to add tbat from a large number of points, which, al though of minor importance by themselves, might In the aggre gate amouut to considerable, tbey have been unable to get any re turns whatsoever. In all such in stances tbere bas been uo estimate included tv the subjoined report, and iv cases where there was a Urge discrepancy as to the quantity ou hand, as reported by two or more different parties, the Board has In variably favored the leaser esti mate, fha reports from tbe Bean districts are exceedingly meagre. l Jotq >ln, Stan i Mateo. SmU i lata Ob spo, * and Ban Diego 1981 ll_ HQ', EE PORT 3 OF 3RA.TN, ETC.. OR II AND. Lit Count et, Placer Counties , *lour io.'ii mi«.' W. H. Walker, Seoretary. Recently the (i >od Templars of the State of California held a camp in the redwood grove near Guerne ville, Sonoma coumy. So greatly pleased were they with the charm ing site that they resolved to pur chase the tract of land upon whioh they were encamped—some two hundred acres. The matter onus resolved upon, was soon accom plished The land bas been pur chasid and will at otioa tie laid out In avenues, parka, etc , for a perma nent Cempnig ground for the Oood Templars and similar organizations as well as tor tbe use of rellglohs societies. The onuntry round about la wild and romantic, and la pecu liarly fitted f>r the ua»e to whio 1 " It is tn be dedioated.— Alameda En einal. Now tbat vitriol-tbrowiug Is coming Into vogue In thisoountry, it m<y bp interesting lo recall that tin to 1831 maiming with such fluids was not puulshab'e in Eng land, the Judges have decided ln the great heap of their wisdom that the fl lid waa not a "weapon" and hence that a "wound" could not be inflicted therewith, a decision re minding one of the dictum of the railway guaid when Mr. Frank Buokland endeavored to Introduce a turtle Into a carriage: "Doga is doga, and cats la cats, but turtles la hinseckel" ABENOBOTH & ROOT MANUFACTURING OMFY BCANTJFAOTUHEBS of Root's W roaght Iron Seetio nai Safety Boilers, Specially Adapted to all Mining. Purpejaes. Can be packed ln Packages not ex ceeding 150 pounds weight, (or Mule or Overland Shipment. Mora than 78.000 Horae-Povt new in Uae. And highest award received from the United states Centennial Commission. XT-Send for Dloatrated Catalogue. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE: f»S CliflT »t, New York. Proposals for Painting. Sealed bids will be received by the City Biaid «t Kiueatloa tor palatini (oatside) ihe High school. P.lgblb Street school ami weary surest acb.ol tiulld luge. Al 1 bids r» be handed to W. L»cy at *' rat National Bank, by July 1* USi.' _ _ Walter lindley. Committee oa handing and Loe Angeles, July 8, UN. jgtd OPR. OWN COLUMN. DAILY AND WEEKLY HERALD The leading Paper OF Southern California. WUI devote columns to further me the Interests or Loa Angeles etty and eonnty and the Southern portion of the State. It • lathe Intention of tbe publisher to make ! > THE HERALD ' Answsuaperof the day, complete In all Its details, and In every department ! Poll and Reliable, The BdltorlaJL Columns will dlsoussall live loptsaofthe day. while the i Telegrams, I By arrangements newly eOeoted, will b» the fullest and most exhaustive to be round many paper of the Bute, not be- Ingsurpassedby those of the SanFranoleoo dallies. Tbe Looai Columns Will contain a complete resume ol local happenings and alt matters ot home ln. terest. " DAILY HE BALD, by mall.l year...tlO 00 6 mouths... 500 i months... 2 M Delivered In the City al 26 CENTS PER WEEK. ' TBLH 1 WEEKLY HERALD 11 i Weakly 1 year by mall.™.. woo c " emonths ........... Ino [ I I " 100 • I Payabla Invariably la advance \ \ 1 11 m t l I Joseph D. Lynch « PUBUBH£B, LEGAL. SUMMONS- In the Superior Court Of the State or CalifornK, In a for the County of Los Angeles. Freneisoo Qraiide. plaintiff, va, Oliver Davtllars, defendant. Action brougut in the Superior Court ■ of the State of California, In and for the , county of Los Angeles, and the com plaint filed in said oounty of Los Ange- . tea, In tue office of the Clerk of said hu- ' parlor Court. The People of the State of California send greeting to Oliver Devlllers, de fendant. You are hereby required to appear In an notion brought against you by the above named plaintiff in tbe superior Court of tne State of California, In and for the county of Lus Angeles, and to an- ' Hwer tho complaint tiled therein, within ten da>s (exclusive ol the day of service] ■ after the service on you of tbis suramins [ —if served within this oounty; or, li ' served elsewhere, within thirty days—or ■ Judgment by default will be taken against ' you according to tbe prayer of satd com- ' plaint. ' The satd action is brouitht to obtain a decree oi this Court lor the foreclosure of a certain mor guge described in tbe said oomplaiLt, an 1 executed by the said U. DeviifeiNioO.feraK.no, onthe3dday ol October, IK7B, to secure the payment of a certain piomlsiory note, made ou tbe 3d dayot Oi toner, 1876, by O. Devlllers, for I me sum 01 SWJ gold coin, with Interest • at the rale of 1%, per cent per month from date until paid, and payable to the said ■ C. Grazlde; that the premises conveyed by said mortgage may be sold, and the pruceod* applied to the payment of MO 1 gold coin, with Interest at the rate of i% 1 percent per mouth irom October s. iß"ti. i and lor lv per ceut as attorney's tees, as i provided for ln said mortgage, and costs 1 of suit; and In case BUch proceeds are 1 uot sufficient io pay the same, then to ob- 1 tain an execution avalnst sMd defendant for the balance remaining due; ana also that tbe defendant and all persons claim ing by, through or under him, may be barred aad fotecJosed of all right, title, claim, Hen, equity oi redemption and in terest ln and to taid mortguged premises l and for other and further relief. Keterenco is had to complaint for par- ■ tlculars. j And you are hereby notified that if you ■ fall lo appear and arswer tbe said com- i plaint, as above required, the said plain tiff will apply to the Court for the relict demanded in the said complaint. < Ulven under my hand and tbe seal ol 1 the Superior Court of the Stale ol Cali- ' fOtDia, in and for tue oounty of Los Ange- 1 les, tbU 4th day of March, ln the > year ol our Lord.one thousand eight hun dred and eighty-one. ISeal.l A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By A. KIMPAU, peputy. Endorsed: WALTER D. STEPHENSON, mB-2m Attorney for Plaintiff. Administratrix's sale of Real Estate. \f OTifJii is hereby given that ln pursn ance of au ordtrr of tbe Superior Court ot the occnty ot Los Angeles, state of Cal ifornia, made on the 2(ttb day of June, A. D. 1881, lv the mailer of the estate or Nicho las Qulrolo, deceased, the undersigned, tbe admlmstratiix of the estate of aald deceased, will sell at public auc lion, to the highest bidder, for cash to gold coin of the United States, and tiubjeot to confirmation by said Su perior Court, on FKIDAY, THE 15th DAY OF JULY, 1881, At 12 o'clock m., at the Spring street front oi the Court House, ln the city and county of Los Angeles, all the right, title, lnteust and estate of the aMd Nicholas Qulrolo deceaoed, at the lime of his deatn, and all the right, title dud Interest i hat the said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired other than orln addition to that of the said Nlobolas Qulrolo at the time of his death, ln and to all those certain lots, pieces or parcels ot land, situate, lying und being lv the said city and oounty of Los Angeles, mate of California, and bounded and described as follows, to Wit: Ist All tbat certain piece or parcel of land situated in the city and county of Los Angeles, State of California, bound ed and desorlbed as follows, to wit: Bounded ou ihe west by Alameda street, oa the north by land of one Miller, ou the east by Ljver'a lane, and on the south by said lane and ihe lands of Jobn M. Griffith and Thomas Dwyer, and be ing the X"mo property conveyed to Nicholas Qmrolo by deed of convey* ance irom Maria Merced lapla de Prud homme dated January 18th, 1873, record ed ln Book No. 23 of Daeds, pages 4 H et seq., Hecords ol Los Auueies. 2d. All tbat certain lot of land sitU'Ue In the city and county oi Los Angeles, State of California, and descrioed as follows: Commencing at tbe northwest corner of upper Main and High streets, tnence nortnerly along the west lino oi Upper Main street twenty-five feet lo lot of Casnave; thence westerly along - said lot forty-seven feet; thence south- 1 erly, parallel with Upper Mala street < twenty-five, feet to High street; thence 1 easterly along High street forty-seven i fe* t to point ot begiuninkf. £aoh of said two parcels of land will 1 be r-oiu separately. i Tftrmsandcundiiionsof sale: Cash in 1 United States gold cutu, ten per cent, of i puroha-e money to be paid to the Ad- ' mlnUtratrix ou the day of sate, balance onconfl.im»t on of sale by said Superior Cowrt. Deed at expense of purcbaser. UEFtJOIO QUIROLO. Administratrix of the estate of Nicholas Qu<rol«, deceased. June 32d. 1881. I Certiacat© or Special > Pariuerrthip, This la to certify that the undersigned have lor mod a special partnersnlo, pur- i suant to the provisions of the Civil Code i of the st&ie of California. That tbe name or firm under which such partnership is to be conducted is M J. W. Bixby & Co. 1 ' Tbat tbe general nature ol the business to be transacted is raising and trading in cattle, sheep, horses and other stock, in cluding wool raising, dairy business, pasturlnganimals auu all other business incidental to suoh general business. Tbat the names of all the general and i special partners are as follows: John W. 1 Bixby, wbo resides In Los Angeles coun ty. State of California; and Jotham B x by, who resides in tbe same county and State, each aud both of whom are the general partners; and Isalas W. Hell- " man, who resides in the city and county of Los Angeles, ln said State, who is the special partner. i hat said Isalas W. Hellman has con. trlbuted the sum of (jUMhtJ 07-100) alx- t teen thousand six hundredaud sixty-s*x c 87-100 dollars as capital to ihe common 1 stock, and as his portion of the capital a of said partnership. I Thai tbe principal place of business of f said partnership is and shall be In said I County of Los Angeles, State of Callior- r via. I That the said partnership is to com- s menoe on tbe inh day of July, A. D. 1881, d and is to terminate ou the 11th dayot I July, A. D. 188 U. i Dated at Loi Angeles, this vth day of r July, A. D. 1881. t JOHN W.B'XBY. * JuTHAtt BiXBY. t HAIAS W. HHiLLMAN. t 8 . t STATE OF CALIFORNIA, ) „ County of Los Angeles, f " s ' Oil the ninth day of July, one thous- £ aud eight, hundred and eighty-one, be fore me, Geo. h. Pattoo.a Notary Public, In aud for said county, personally ap a peared John W. Bixny, jutbam Bixby 3 and inalas W. Hell man,known to me to be t the persons described In, whose names f< are subscribed to and who exeouted tbe i forrgoln* Instrument, and each of them t duly acknuwleuged to me lhat he cxc- I ou ted the same, a In witness whereof, I have hereunto J set my nana and affixed my official seal, si my office, ln the said county of Los Angeles, tue day aud year first above i writ ten. [seal 1 GEO. S. PATTON, Notary Public ln and for said county. f « ■ — ■ —- t In the Superior Court Of the county of Los Augelea, State or California. In the matter of the estate of Trinidad * Yorba, deceased. Notice is hereby given that I, as Clerk of said Court, have, orrsuant to taw. aei T I'UkhimY, JULY 19th. 1881, at 10 A.M., b at the Court Room of said Court, ln tne ti Court Mouse, city and county of Los An- a geles, Cat., as tbe time and place for d proving the will of Trinidad Yorba, de- « ceased, and for hearing tbe application o< of Marous Yorba and B, A. Yorba for the r issuance to them of letters testamentary, tt when and where any person Interested «i may ji upear and con teat the same. Said I hearing will bejiad at said Lime and L ulaos berore th*r Hon. V. h). Howard <i< Judge of s»id Cuar'. and the will aboT* a referred to is now on file In my office. Bated July 7th, 188 L .•Ml.) A. W. POTTS. * Olerav a Br K. H. owan, Deputy. jeMtd , / LEGAL. Delinquent Sale—Notloe. Los Angeles Mining and Smelting Com. pauy—Location or principal place of ouslnsss. Los Angeles, Los Angeles county .California—Location or works allL soring., Inyo oounty, Callfor. NOTICE.-There la delinquent upon the following described stock, on ao oount of assessment No. 6, levied on tbe thirteenth day of May, 1881, tbe several amounts set opposite the names of tbe respective shareholders, as lollows: _ No. No. J*& . Cert - Shares. Ain't McKnlght.WJ 44 „26 $4375 McKulght.WJ 61 81) 63 60 MoKnlght, W J 65 17 29 75 McKnlght.WJ 78. . 32 66 t 0 McKnlght.WJ 181 Si 59 00 slauson, J S 10, 2611 487 60 ■dauaon, t s U 250 437 5,, Slauson, J S 77 899 698 26 sluuson, J is ,0 1 1 75 Slauson, J s „ 109 _.. 12 ' 218 60 slauson, J S 182 „.. 868 617 76 .Slauson, Js 167 83 H5 25 Slauson, J H 178......... 7 12 26 Slauson,.7B 177 6 8 75 Maonell.HL 47 .... 10 17 50 Macnell.HL 48 10 17 60 Maonell.HL 5H 60 87 60 Maoooll, H-L 74 , 8 14 1)0 Macnell, HL 82. T. £0 62 60 Macnell.HL hS y 15 75 Maonell.HL 131 52 9. 00 Macnell.HL 161 47 8i 25 Macnell.HL 18 6 875 Maonell, H L 1«6 714 1249 60 Macnell.HL 107 23 4026 Macnell. H L l«j 1765 3071 25 Be.jt.HK w 98 6 8 75 Gardiner, Wl- 46 20 35 10 Gardiner, W P 49 20 35 00 Uardlner. W P 60 10 17 50 (iardluer, w H 7t> S3 88 611 uartiinoi-, w r 103 28 49 00 Uardiner, W P 112 Is 26 26 Uardlner, W P 185 38 6i 00 Elliott, J M 45 ill 17 50 Elliott, J M _.. 75. 7 12 23 Elliott, J M 81 4 71* Elliott, 1 M... 106 3 6 25 Elliott, J M 136 8 14 00 McFadden, James...lT6 729 1275 76 Bixby.Jotnam 25 200 350 00 Blxby.Jotham 26 200 360i0 Blxby.Jotham 28 SOi 36000 B xby,Jotham 57 I9S 341 25 Bixby,Jotham. 84 339 679 00 Blxby.Jotham 91 1 1 75 Blxby.Jotham I»8 368 614 00 Bixby, Jotham 176 6 8 76 Griffith, i M 29 ™ 100 176 mi Urlnilh, J M 67 sio 875 CO Unflltb, J M 88 255 446 25 (irlffllb, J M 142 191 314 25 Griffith, J M 179 41il 717 50 Ellis, C J lul 100 175 00 Kills, C J 152 2»0 8 0 00 Ellis, CJ 168 89 156 7i Ellis, 0 J 171 26 4 1 51 Ellis, C J 180 52 9> 00 Ellis, UJ 181 5 8 75 Severance, Annie Crittenden 96 89 159 75 severance, Annie Crittenden 161 28 49 00 Crittenden, H 64 2io 8-oon Crittenden, H 110 74 129 51 Critlenuea, H. 149 21 42 00 Crittenden. H 16S 61 106 76 Morgan, HA 174 25 43 75 Elliott, J M.Trustee.ilx II 19 25 Elliott.J M,Trustee.l43 3 526 McFadden, James, Trustee 124 28 49 00 McKadden, James, Trustee 148 9 . 15 75 lvison, HarnutieH...l26 120 210 00 Ivlson, Harriette M..144 87 64 75 And ln accordance witb law and an or der of tbe Board of Directors made ao many shares of eaoh parcel of said stock as may be necessary will be sold at puea, J-ic auction, at tbe odloe of tbe com pang*, Koom 1 Temple Block, Los Angeles city, California,ou Tuesday, tbe ninth (9tu) day of August, 1881, at the hour 01 ten o'clock Am. ot said day,to pay said delin quent assessment, together with cost of advertising and expenses of sale. J. M. tCLLlorr.secrotaiy. Office—Room 1 Temple Block, city and county of Los Angeles, California. In the Superior Court Of the County of Los Angeles, State of California. In the matter of the guardianship of William H. Haskln and Louis P. Haskins, minors. It appearing to this Court from tbe pe tition tbls day presented and filed by Henry Haskln, tbe guardian nf the per sons und estates of William H. Haskln aua Louis P. Haskln, minors, praying for an order of sale of certain real estate belonging to his said wards; that it. would he ben. fioial to eaoh of said wards that such real estate abould be sold: It Is hereby ordered that the next of kin of the said wards, and all persons in terested in tbe said estate, appear before this Court, on MONDAY, THE UTH DAY OF JULY, A. D. 1881, At 11 o'olook A. nr., at the court-room of this Court, at the Court Houae, in the oity aod oounty of Los Angeles, then and there to show oause why an older should not be granted for the sale of such estate. And it is further ordered that a copy of 1 tbls order be published at least three . successive weeks before the said day ol I hearing, iv tbe Los Angeles Dally Her- 1 aid, a newspaper printed and puollshed < in said county of Los Angeies, Dated June Oth, 1881. V. E. HOWARD, Judge otthe Superior Court, Los Angeles county, 1 hereby certify the foregoing to be a full, true and correct copy of tbe original . order to snow cause on petltlou to sell real 1 estate ln guardianship of Wm. H. Has kln et al., minors, on file in my office, and that 1 have carefully compar- 1 ed tbe same with the original. In witness whereof 1 have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the Superior Court, this oth day ol Jane, 1881. Itseal. 1 A. W. POTTS, County Clerk. By E.H.OWEN, Deputy. Jeotd Petition for Pardon. In tbe Superior Court of the oounty I of Los Angelas, State of Califor nia. Tbe People of the State of California, Plaintiff, vs. Hairy Holden and Fred Morris, Defendants. To Thomas B. Brown, District Attor ney of the county of Los Angeles, State 1 of California: please take notice that It is the intention of the undersigned to apply to His Excellency, Qeoige c. Per kins, Governor of thestateof California, for tbe pardon of Harry Holdeu anu , Frederick Morris, convicted in tbe Supe rlor Court of the county of Los Angel, s, f State ot California, on the 7—that is to say, the said Harry Holden on tbe lltb day of April, A. D. 1881. and tbe said Frederick Morris on the 12th day ol c April, A. D. 1881, of tbe crime of burgla- 1 ry, and by said Court sentenced to lm- c prlsonment in the state Prison of the C state of California, and each of them for I the term of years, respectively, to wit: f the said Harry Holden for the term ol I 3 years ami tbe said Frederick Morris for 1 the term of 2% years. 6 H. A WATSON. J STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1 M [ Oounty of Los Angelas, j J A. J. King, being duiy sworn, deposes v and says he Is a citizen of the t'nlted t States and State of Calltcrnia, and over 1 the age of 2i years; that he served the r foregoing notloe on Thomas B. Browu.Esq , nistrlot Attorney of tbe oounty of Los , Angele", tstate of Culiiornta, by deliver- t ing to htm a true copy thereof, at bis 01- t flee, ln said oounty, on the 28th dsy oi 1 June, A. D. 1881. A. J. KiNO. Subscribed and sworn to before me, 6 lhl»2Bth day of June, 1881. I [neal.l A. W. POTTS, ' County Clerk and ex-odolo Clerk of ' the superior Court of Los Angeles coun- ( ty, Cala. I By JS, H.Owen, Deputy. Je29 I S Notice to Ox-editors*. '. Id tbe Superior Court of Los Ange- . leseouuty, State of California. ' In the matter of Ihe estate of MAT THKW KELLER, Deceased.—Notice Is ' hereby given by the undersigned, execu- c tor of the last will and test- 1 ament of MATTHEW KELLEK, ' deceased, to the creditors of and all per- 1 cons having claims against the said de- 6 ceased,to exhibit them, with the neoessa- c ry vouchers, within ten monthe after the " first publication of this notloe, to the * .aid exeoutor, at his place of business. " ihe Farmers' and Merohants' Bank of Loe Angeles, In tbe olty at Los Angeles. J lonnty of Los Angeles, State ot Oatllor- H «L L MA S , I ExMQtor of tba laat will and tatttv 5 tment of Matthew Keller, deooaaad. t LfCGAL. In the Superior Court. Iv and for the County of Los An Kales, State or California. In the matter of tho estate of Carmeu p. de Charles, deceased. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY ORDER OP SALE OP RKAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE. Henry Charles, the executor of the es tate of Oarmen P. de Cnarles, deceived, having filed his petition herein, praying for an or.ter of sale of the real estate of said deeedenc, for the purposes therein set fortb. It Is therefore ordered by the Judge of said Court that all persons lnteres<ed In the estate of nald deceased appear be fore the satd Superior Court ou TUESDAY, THE SECOND DAY OB' AUGUST, 1881, At 10 o'clock In tbe forenoon of said day, at the Court Room of said Superior Court, ai the Court House, In said couutyof Los Angeles, to show oause why aa order should not be granted to the said H enry Charles, execmor, to sell so much of the real estate of tbe said de ceased carmen P. de Charles as shall be necessary. and that a copy or this order bo pub lished at least three successive weeks In tbe Los Angeles Dally Herald, a news paper printed and published In said oounty of Los Angeles. SKPULVEDA, Dated July 12, UBl. '* nperUU IN THE SUPErTOtTcC^rT" In and for tbe County of Los An geles, State of California, In the matter of the estate of) Vacllllo Jurado, deceased, f ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY OR DER OP SALE OP REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE. Henry Charles, the administrator of the estate ol VaciUio Jurado, deceased, having Hied bis petition herein praying for an order ot sale of the real estate ot satd decedent, lor the purposes therein set forth. It Is therefore ordered by the Judge of said Court, that all persons interested m the estate ol said deceased apnear before the said Superior Court on' Tuesday, the 2d day oi August, A. D. 1881. at ten o'clock in tbe forenoon of said day, at the court-room of said superior Cour,, at the Court House, in the county oi Los Angeies, to show cause wbyan order should not be granted to the said Henry Charles, administrator, to sell so much ot the real estate of the said deceased as shall be necessary. And that a copy of this order be pub lished at least three successive week* In the I os Angeles Daily Herald, a news paper prlnteu and published in said coun ty of Los Angeies. SEPULVEDA, Super'or Judge. Dated July 12th t lBBl. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO BECOME SOLE TRADER. In the matter of tbe application of Mary Thoroughman to become a sole trader. Notice is hereby given that T, Mary Tboroughman, wlie of Jobn Thorough man, resident or the couutyof i os An geles. State of California, being desirous oravailing myself of the provisions of Title XII, Part ill, of the code of Civil Proceduie, Intend to make application to the superior Court of the state of Califor nia, ln ana for the county of Los Ange ien, at Ihe court-room of satd Court, ln said county and StatA. on Monday, the 22d day or August, 1881, at 10 A. M ol tbat day, or as soon thereafter as the applica tion oan be heard, for a Judgment and order of satd Superior Court authorizing me to carry on und transact, business in my own name and on my own .account as a soie trader. The nature ot tbe business I propose to carry on and conduct is that of selling mils:, butter, chickens, eggs, hogs, a few cattle aud horses, a small dairy busi ness and farming on a smalt scale. MARY THOROUGH MAN. Walter D. Stephenson, Attorney for Petitioner. jlltd Notice of Sale in Partition H. W. Hellman, Plaintiff, vs. Charles Bon. alias Curios Hon, v minor, Pub lo Aoevedo, alias Pablo Bon, alias Pablo A. Lopez, a minor, Adele Bon, a minor, Prosper Pnillp, uuardlanoi the above-named minors, G. o. Oooap ton, Mary A. Gibson, Prosper Philip, as administrator with the will an nexed of tbe estate of Maria Autonia Acevedo de Bon, deceased, and Jacques Levy, defendants. In pursuance of an order and decree of the superior Conrt ol ihe county of Lou Angele*, state of California, made in the above-entitied action, dated the 16th duy of June, a. D. 1881, tbe undersigned, rei eree ln partition, will sell at public auc tion, to the highest bidder, in front ot tbe Court House, on Spring street, ln the city of Los Angeles, ln said county, on MONDAY, THE 11th BAY OF JULY, A. D. 1881, At 11 o'clock a. m., the following de scribed traot or parcel ol land, to wit: All that certain real property, situate ln tbe county of Los Angeles, State of Calliornla, bounded and described as follows. Bounded on the north by the southern line of the land formerly be longing to or claimed by John Gratf; on tbe east by Main street; on tbe south by the line of land of Armanzo Allen; and ou thewostbythe land of C. feJ. Thorn and E. M. Ross; being the easterly thir teen acres of the north half of the north west quarter oi the southeast quarter ol section seven (7), township two (2,soutb, range thirteen (iS) west. Ban Bernardino Meridian. Terms of sate: Cash ln gold coin of tbe United States, payable on confirmation of sale by said Couit. Deed at expense of purchaser. J. R. BOOTT, Referee. Dated Los Angeles, June 17,1881. jeistd MORTGAGE SALE. Execution No. 767. In tbe Superior Court of the county of Los Angeles, State of California. Franolsoo Orailde. rialuiitr,i vs. } Olivier Devlllers, Defendant.) Under and by virtue of a decree of fore closure ana order or sale en tered in tbe superior Court of tbe county of Los Angeles, State m California, on tbe 23d day-of June, A. D latt, and a writ of execution for tbe en forcement of Judgment requiring sale of properly under foreclosure of mortgage, i issued out of said Court, annexed to said 1 decree and dated tbe 24th day of June, a. D. 1881, ln tbe above entiled aotion and i Id lavor or Francisco Uraxtde, plain- ; tin*, and against Olivier Devil, i lera, deiendanta, a certified copy i of whtobsaid decree of foreclosure, duiy attested under tbe seat of said Court ou tlie24lhday of June, A. D. 1881, and de ilvered to me, together with ibe writ an- i nexed thereto, on tbe 25th day of June, i A. D IBBl.wbeieby lam commanded to I sell at public auction, to tbe highest hou i best bidder, for cash in U. 8. void coin, the following and ln said decree de. i sorlbed real estate, lowli: Lot, No. five |5j In block; six (0)of thi . Allso traot, according io Lecnuvreui'* subdivision of said tract, made In In ,W said lot having a front of flf.y (60) feet on A 1 iso street, and a depth oi one hnndreu and fifty (16 i) feet, being the same ioi conveyed to the said ullvler Devlllers bi Ferunn Fernandez by deed of dm, March Uth, 1878, reoorded in book 43 of deeds, i os Angeles county recoids. pagt > 228; above laud being situated tn tbe city i of Los Angeles, couuty ol 'Los Angelea Statoof California, fublic notice Is hereby given that on MONDAY, THE 18th DAY OF JULY, A. D. 1881, Ai 12 o'clock M or aald day, I will pro ceed to sell, at the Court bouse door, iv the city and county of I os Angeles, Stat, of ':alitornla, al public auction, to tbe 1 highest and best bidder for ossh In U. s I gold ooln, to satisfy said decree tor pnn- • clpal and interest, attorney's fees, tost*. ■ and all accruing costs, all the above de- i scribed real estate, or so much i hereof aa i may be necessary to satisfy aald sums. Given und-r my band, this 281b dayot ' June, A. o. 18*1. Ws.KKOlri.nKU. t Sheriff. I By T. 0. Kate. Under Sheriff. snarled i i i _ «.Oi Sale of Real Estate By Administrator with the wilt annoxed. In the Superior Courtof Loa Ange lea County, State Of California. In tho estate of itosa Isabella D, Baldwin, deceased. Notloe Is hereby given that in pursu uuou Oi the vrder 01 said (superior Court of iho county of Los Angb.es* state of Caliiuruiu, inadeon iheo-u dayot May, a. jj. 188., iv the matter of tho ••tale ol Kosa Isabella v. uuid win, deceased, the undeisigaad, udimuistrutur with the Will uuu*.xed oi gaud estate, Will sell at private sale to tue ulguest uud best bid uer lor cash ialU subject to the ouuflrin atiou 01 said Superior Court, ail tue right, iliie, interest uud estate of the said deceased at tho time of btruea.u, uud all Lhu light, title aud interest ihti said estate has, by operation of law or otuei wise, acquired other thau or in ad dittou tv that 01 tlie bald deoeased at tbe time oi her death in and to those oertaln lols, pieces, or tracts oi land lying and being iv the count* oi Cos Angen t>, state oi catiioruia, uud desorlbed us foliows. to wit: ' First—Commencing at a forked willow tree about t> iucjhj.. through, marked a 15, lv black paint, which is situated near tue bun*, vi thu zanju or irrigunng ultcn una corresponds wnh and is aia. 15 of v survey uiaue in Uecemuer, 1870, by id. Mi Johnson uf tho h riguble tl»i oi tue Haueho Cos i-onz, reiorenoe to wnich" is hereby more parlicuiarly ainUi;; , liuenoe, iullowiug the xueauner Un« oi said survey 0) 92£ degrees \v one ciiuiu uud oevuuLy.eighL tu.Ks; thence In 4uiJ4degrees E 2,' ib cuuius; tueuoe .^oifc, uegrets E 1.75 chains; thence IN 82)6 ueg revSJti I.3schalua; Liience NXW jlmMumm wi uuitinß, Lueilcu de grees vv 9bi analog] theuoe N &2y 4 de grees) c 2 ai ouaius; theuoe in b7% degrees H. 2.U1 CUUIUS l(J SIUtIOU 2j Ol JuUUaOU'H survey; thence in degie*.N X i&.vn Quaiaaj thoucct y ioji d*-gteei w So.si ouaius; tueuoe a 74>4 degrous WlB eu oiiuiut); theuce N UU degrees W 800 c .uiiis to inu point ol the to tal uiea oi the luud hereby conveyed being til 5-lCu acios .1 luud. second—Also tho ouu-mth Interest in about | 6AW aoi o* oi tuat oertaiu Lruct oi lund biiuuie, l>ing und being in tu*j cuuuty oi los -ututu oi Uuliior ma, aud mure par tjcularty uesoilbedas loliows, to wit: Commencing ut tue river of Loa Augeles, ut uu oa* tree, v ittiid-Luura oi luo iuuuhu ouilcd **Provi deuuia," iiour v liui'j uiln, aud ruuniug tuenuu bOiuiiWe-iLerly uiuug tue v .uuu tit j ljuts oi fcuiu Haueuo i-a Iriovidouoia Lo thu AilaO Lice of iliu uopdlero; tuuuoe easicriy lo the "..guage uo Mouuvetiga," liiii. C'j to v point iv liont of liih "Aguogu uei saucito;" tu«ue« iv another sua gut iiuo puabiug direoUy through Lhe roriejEueiu io iu< river oi Lo% Augeies; theuoe up the ouannd of tho said river to tuo piaoc oi ueginrring, tue luud heieuy ueooiibea btying a ptfrt of tho Rauouo Lius r'eiiz, gruuied lv Muug. Vgnacio Verdugo ixluuueJ MicheiLoreiia Marou 'ii, Itii-i. saving aud UAoepLiiig fioui tho la.-.L übuve described t.uct v oonuin puroel ol mud described aa luliows: Uouimenuing at a redwuuu siake iv muuud oi utoutia ruurked r, v. a. l, 4x4 iuohes iv drume- Lcr aud dietuiit It* iiuKs iroar the oeuier oi the Cauul uud boaorvoir Couipun>v ditch uud on noi'Lh siue of samu, irom whiou poiui a t,ve-oait tree üboui4fcoi lv ditiiLieier uud marked Li. 1. s. i. t\ v., bear. N 48>i degi«.s ki 277 ouaius dis tuui; uuoiuer nve-oak ou oppoSKe side 01 ttcservuir Company's di.en ituuut >}cj toet. iv d*atn,ttt«r, oiagcd uud maraed ts. X. is art. If. i >~ bears So 0 degrees X 2 in) ciluius dlSLant, uud is o.i me WtrSt. buna of a small guich; Iheuce running a, luw iiuas to tho ui.rt.uw.iia uf ueaervolr Compuu>'o ditich N 7o)» degrees v. osi Odulns lo sandaioue r u ck aud MLuku ruarked s. 2, &- liuks fromo -nisi- of uuch from which pomi. v live oak tree «boUb 2>3 i«t-t in near • ugu ot dlioh bears IN 42>ft d«g ees W 3.2) ouaius vi - Luui,auoiUer nvo-oak uuoui sumc sizo oearuiS VV j.tiucuarus diStUutana . l. ouruer of Josu Puoo's uiooe r ears in 4u de>,reeci £} 4.4 i chums and is l.r>B cuams long by 27 unks wide; v tree biuuus üboui ouu tre or rear of is auout 7oliuas uiatttni iiniu anUsei uuoiuer lurge live uuk on norm siueol' vi th auu luiiuudl- Lii eiy ou eufte oi same bcuis a On degrets M legtl cuains distuut; LUeuoe iullowiug UesciVolr uud uuiiui uliou up N degrees W 0.j7 Qnuiun to v stake itj nuks ursiaut irum center of di.eh and mvi ked ». 3\ thcuoo is t>a>4 de giees W 2 (ii chains to a slake 37 rinks • t » .v: froiu ot ditch uud muraed £j,4; theuo - fc* u7y 4 degrees *v i.e. cbaina to v stake 27 iiom ceult-r oi ditch uud marked a. 6; thence N 64>4 W 3.u0 cno-eus to a sifko 17 liuks nviur center of ditcu aud marked a ti; tueuoe IN oj4 deg.e c VV i.X4 t'OUlUb LO U ht..,ko li liua • 11 - .-ixi centOi' oi diteu aud marked ti. 7; tueuoe N vv Ii.UJ chuius lv a sLuke 10 linas iroru ceuttl oi ditch uud marked ts, 8; Uieuce jS a. grots vi i.bb ouuiuh io v btuke Xi Jluka irom ceut«rr oi dituh uud uiui ked v; thence IN 2 de grees W 0.18 chains lv asuke dlsiuut 19 unks from cculo. of dUohund muiked a iv; LUeuue in z'dy, degrees W u.o; uhumsto a stake 83 liuks irom corner oidi.oh und uruikLdrt. 11, froiri wnich point v live oak tree 2 feet iv diameter on reside of diLch bears n dtgrots E 60 links dis iuu>; unother live u«t& sauro sise, s>ame siue vi uttoU, bears a uegrces Jb! uO iiuks distuut; ibenoe uioug dttruh on hill side A »;-4 dtgftes W j.m uhuins tuu siuke H liuks fr'uixi oouioi ol diiuu aud marked ti- 12; theucti in a, r j;-4 dtgrees n o.BJ ohama lo SLuke iti links ii\ m oeuier of d»tcu uud marked w. 13; Lhouce m iufa degrees W .'•.93 Cuuius to a stake Jiiarir.t-d id. 14; inenuo ln Wa degrees E i i.Qi chains to v wlnow stump uiuzed and marked with bluck pa 1 in. o, la; ihenuo Uioug duoh uno edge 01 small swamp N 1% uegrees vV 1..8 chain.-) to a aLake to nubs irojoi comer of diich and muraeu s. IU; theuoe IN 4o^- 4 de grees E z.70 ohaius to v stake 8 Unas from cen>er 01 ducn and marked s. 17; meuoe -> bn% dog it en X i.lo ouaius to a stake muiaod o, 18, ou eas eriy side of flood gate; meuce N 3'iy a oegrees E I.Bochains, along center 01 ruuuiug wu.ur of ditch aud turough a deep cut wuloh crosbe-. mil ou point 01 wuioh is located house of tt. Pauo to stake marked .s. 19; thence N3J-4 degrees VV 228 chuln* to a I take marked o. H0; thence N degrees vv 9.oBouain» tv v SLuke 28 llnka from center oiuitcn uud maiked a Hi; iheuee in 2iw uegrees h. 2.87 ohulns tv a siuke J8 iiuks fruiir ceulie oi ditch and marked B*ggj ibenoe LH 31% degrees ft* 201 chums i v siuku m«rk> d S. z6, thence in 4>4 degrees VV 4.47 cuains to siuke 25 Unas fiuuiulioh aud muiked a. 2i\ inenoe in degrees W4.locUttius to a staae IS iinka from ditch uud marked «. 25; theuce jN aoude grees n. b.2j cU.iins to v siuku lv iiuaa irom center oi alien and maiked ti. 2<j theuoe .N 1 ifi degrees w 2.82 chains to v stake marked b.i<; theuceun side oi bill between ditch and rouo in JflV de grees w 2.o9chuiuu to stake on edgj 01 road marked S. *a; tueuoe IN |«| de grees VV 6.97 chains 10 strike on edge ol road and mai ked a. 29; iheuce N 2e> 4 de grees VV 4.87 ohaius lo a SLake ou euge ot dnoh aud muiktd fcj, 30; iheuoea.uiig eJge of ditou in 3i dtgrees W 600 chains tj stake on ci go vi load aud marked S. Xt; tbenoe N 3.14 degrees VV 4.01 chains ro v stake heLweeu road aud ditch auu marked y. ibenoe aioug Cunai auu tteoervolr company's dl ou tS 2}4deg<ees VV 3.r0 CUaiu.s to v stuae marked U. Bi', theuoe iullowiug meaudeis of r<Ver bank NB3V4dogreea r>. 4.«0 chains to a stake at aead ol deep wasii ut«d marked a 1.84; thence N decrees E 3.81 ouaius to v stake on edge of bank marked S- Hi; thence N 26 uegrees E x.-8 oltaius to a slake on westerly bide of zunju murktd si, 88; Ibenoe N degrees E 10.00 ohaius lv make marked ■~>. 87; thtjuue l> 18 de gieesE l.t7ohaiuH to a stake marke i H. 34. irom wuicn point a willow tree mark ed H. i 38 f. l>. bears N aft uegieea E iM links ulstunt; theuoe a 78J* degrees t\ .2.70 ohalns toSLake marked a. 39; lueuoe s 2V/ A degrees p, 7.84 cbaius to staki muiked a, 40; ihen«*-« a 7% degrees h.B 0u cuains to staae ma. ked a. 41; thence n i degrets W u. Bl ohaius tv siuke marked a. 42; ibenue a 2% degr.es r, il.ti onaius t > SLake maiked ti. 48; them c 4 d eg. ooi* E t.u on alts to oak poii lv line oi wlliuw f<.noo marked a. 44 P U.; thence ti. v H v. grees W. 84.42 ouulus aioug said wliluw fuuoe tosiaae iv line >t feuce aud mai ked a. 45, Lheuon a. legroes E. 15.16 chains io at«ke markrd a. 4d;theuceS. 39J4 uegreHH E 11.68chalnb (,o siake marked a. 47; iheuce a a> % do ajroes E. 8.b6 cUalus to t-take marked ti. 44J thet>oea.BB degrees E. U. 37 ohalns io p»sl in line oi wnlow lence ai inlerseo lon of said f m-e with L. A. O.W.vv. Co'a d'toh aud marked P. U. S. 49; thence ti. >W dugi ees W. 801 chum* slung tlvt wtilow fence to btake markt-d S- 6u; thence N. 77 degreen W. 6U cbalut to stake marked a 51; tnence ti. 58 degrees VV. ti Si ohaius to stMke marked a, 62; ttienoe a. tZ% VV. 14 6i> ■imniM to stake muiked S. fea, theuoe a 11degrees W 10.13 euums tastu*e4x4 inohesln diamcur in mouud ol siones • mi marked f. U. a. l.the piaoeof be A lu ulug and containing »28 3sfB9j aores ol luud and being ihe same traol of land witbln the exterior boundaries ol which Is Included the 84 acre traot hereinbefure desorlbed, and all of said lands being wltbio the exterior boundaries ol Lhe Kancho "Xstos frellz" and forming a pan thereof. Also, all the water rights, easements • ud servitudes tv each uf said dlttsrr-ni treots belongtog or lv any way apper taining. aald sale will be made on or after the 9TH DA* OF JULY, 1881. All bids or offers must be In writing I and will be received at the offloe of Messrs. FoilUp « Saldwin- No, « Mala LEGAL street, Los Angeles olty, Cal a., or may be aelivered to tbe administrator personal ly .or filed wltb the Clerk of said Superior Court, al any time after tbe first publica tion of tbls notice and before the making . of the sale. Tem,s aod conditions of sale—Ten per cent, of tbe purchase money lo be paid upon notice ot acoeptanoe of bid, balance ou codrmailon ol sale by said superior Court. Deed at expense of purchaser. Sated Los Angeles, Cel.. May nth, »8(fl. JOHN M. BALDWIN. , Administrator with the will annexed or the estate of itosa Isabella D. Baldwin, dtoeased. Basiman, Haley, King 4 Bobarta, At torneys for the estate. Mortgage Sale. Execution No. 867. In the Superior Court of the Oounty of Los Angeles,slate of California. A. It. LOOMIS, Plaintiff, | JOSEPH B. HUTCHINSS, etal., \ Defendants. J Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure and order of sale entered ln the Superior Court of the oounty oi Los Angeles, state of California, on the 7th day ol July, A.D 1881, aud a writ ot execution for the enforcement of ludg meut requiring sale of property under foreclosure ef mortgage, Issued out of said Court, annexed to eaid deoree and dated the 11th day of July, 1881, ln the uuove entitled action and lv favor of A. K. Loomls, plaintiff, aud against Jos eph S. Hutcblngs, w. H.Thomas and H. b. I noma-..defendants-s .•prtifi«H «..r>i. ..«-.v» uedree or foreclosure, duly attested under tbe seal oi said Court, on tbe 11th day or July, A. D. 18(1, and de livered to me together with the writ an nexed thereto, on the aald last men tioned day, wherby I am oummauded to sell ut publio auction to the highest and best bidder for cash in U. S.goid coin the i. llowlug and ln said decree desorlbed real estate, to-wit; The southern portion of lot eleven (111 ol tbe 1 H> man tract, of ihe Uaucbo San Antonio, commencing at tbe southwest corner of lot eleven (U) and ruuding N 42 degrees east, tweuty-elx 24-100 ohalns tbenoe south<2Hdegrees east ihlxiy-four 74-100 chains; tuenoe south 42 degrees west twenty-two 82 ISO chains to the northeast corner or the sohoul house lot; thence along the line of aald school huuse lot north eighty-two % degrees west ten dOi chains to the northwest cor ner of said school house lot: thence south 41 degiees west twelve 17-lOOchains to the southwest corner of said school bouse lot; thence north 82% de crees west twenty-four ohalns to place of beginning, containing v sixty-live aores of land, saving and ex cepting tbereirom tbat oertaln portion thereof conveyed by Joseph Hutohlogs to s. H. Murry by dead of date January 26, 187U, reo rded ln book 14, page 421 or deeds, of tbe records of aald county, ref erence being made to aald deed and said record thereoffor amore partloutar de. Fcriptlon of said exeepted portion, to gether with all the water rights and privileges unto said land belonging. also, a portion of lot (101 ten of I. Hy man tract of the Raocho Ban Antonio, being the northeast corner thereof, and desorlbed as follows: Commencing- at tbe northeast corner of lot (iuj ten and running south 42 degrees west and twelve 17 no chums; tnenee north IsM degrees west (io< cbaina; i hence north 42 degiees east twelve 17 100 ohalns; Ibenoe south HiV, degrees east <10J ten chains to place of beginning, containing ten acres of land, tor a farther and better descrip tion of said lot reference is made te a map of said I. M y man tract of the Ban oho San Antonio, reoorded ln the office of the Counly Hecorder of Loa Angeles county, ln hook of needs, page 219, toget her wltn all the water rights and privil eges thu-euuto belonging. Also, forty shares of etook ln tbe San Antonto Irri gating company, dated October 12,1878, standing on the books of said company tn tne name ot J. 8. Hutcblna and en dorsed oy bim to plaintiff. Publio notice ta hereby given that on WEDNESDAY, THE So DAY OP AUGUST, A. D. 1881, At twelve o'clock v. of said day, I will proceed to sell at tbe Oourt House door, in the Oity and County of Lee Augelee, State of California, at publio auction, to the highest and best bid der, for cash in United States gold ooln, to satisfy said decree lor principal aud interest, attorney's fees, costs, and all accruing costs, all the above described real estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said sums. oiven under my hand, this the 12th day ot July, A. JB 1881. WM. B. KOWLAND, Sheriff. By JAS. O. KA VS, Under sherltr. Assignee's Notice of Sale L. W. KIRBT VS. HIS CREDITORS. By virtue of an order or sale made by tbe Superior Court, of the County of Los Angeles, State of Callfornla.ln the above entitled cause, dated 81st day of May, 1881, whereby I am commanded to aell certalu property of L. W. Klrby, the above named Insolvent, notice is hereby given tbat on the SOTH DAY OP JULY, 1881, At 12 o'clook h of said day, at tbe west, crn door of the Court House. Spring street, city and county of Los Angelea 1 will sell at publio auction, to tbe highest bidder tor casb, the right, title and In terest of the said Insolvent, L. W. Klrby, ln and to the following described prop eriy: That certain lot of land situate ln the towu of Anaheim, county of Los Angelea, state of tal fornia, more particularly de scribed as town lot (Mo. 64) number 84 of tbe i own of Anaheim, as per map of the town of Anaheim on tile ln the eonnty records of Los Angeles counly, ln the He eotder's offloe of Bald county, at the olty and county of Los Angeles. Cal. Dated Bth day of Ju.y. 1881. M. MEYBERQ, Assignee of said insolvent estate. H. M. MITOHtcLL, JBtd Attjrney for Assignee. Notice to Creditors. Estate or Jacob L. Wright, deceased.— Notice is hereby given by the under signed, executrix oi the last will and tes tament of Jacob L. Wright, deceaaed, to tbe creditors of, and all persons having oiaims against the said deceased, to ex hibit them, with tbe necessary vorjb ers, within four months after the first publication of tbls notloe, to ihe said ex ecutrix, at tbe office of her attorney. No. 14 Temple Block, lo the olty of Loa An geles, ln the county of Los Angeles, State of California. Dated at Los Angeles, May 17,1881. aDaLINE WRIGHT. Exeautrlx, etc., or Jacob L. Wright, de ceased. myl«-4w MAYFIELD Water Elevator anil Pirifier. Pump audi Puriiler Combined,) PATENTED BEPTEMBKK 36, \» tkt IMM MAYFIELD WATER ML* EVAIOR, will make tbe Foulest Well or Cistern SWEET, PURE AND WHOLESOME, In ten days or leas time. It elevates water easier than any other levise. It never freesee. It never oerrodes. Ct has no wooden tubes to taint the water. U fills the bucket at the bottom of the wall or oiatern. It agitates the water by pass ing six gallons of air through It per minute, memoes Wiglsrs, Water Lioe and Water Bag ■to their proper elements. It will »ye Its price ouce every year in dispensing with the use of nauseous drugs taken into the system to remove the effect of impure water.by rendering the water pore, sweet snd wholesome. A ohild eight yean old oan, with ease, iraw water sufficient for the use ot a large afifty-loot well, for farther BROWNING rare ft CO.