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Historical Letter General J. B. Weaver, candidate ef the Greenback Party at tbe last eleotion for President of the United States, writes a deeply interesting historical letter te the editor or "The Rights of Man," pub llsbed at Salem, Ohio, from Newburyport, Massachusetts, and other places In that hlstorlo re gion. We make tbe following ex tras is: Newbubypobt, Juoe 22.—1n tbla town uf Newbury port, Gar rison was bora, snd bere tbey stint the doors of tbeir temples wben he wished to plead fur Liberty. Vertl} the world moves. I was auoorded better treatment. Wednesday morning.—Havejusi returned from a ride I eball ev.r remember. Drove within a short distance of the poet Whittler, anil waa within sight of tbe Summer resldenoe of Sir Edward Tnoruton, the British minister. But the slgbts which most Inter ested rue were of more ancient None. I visited tbe house In wblcb William Lloyd Garrison was born. I got out of tbs cairlage and rev erently took bold of tbe door posts. Tbe oast house beyond is where tha Immortal George Whitfield died. We nsit entered tbe grand •Id oburcb In wblch be preached, erected In 1750. I held tbe old Bible in my arms from whlob he read to bis entranced bearers tbe Word of Life. Tbe remains of tbis wondeiful servantof God lie burled lo a Vault just beneath the pulpit. I descended iuto bis tomb; and al though be bas bei-n buried for snare than on* hundred years, (since IT7OJ bis remains, tbouub ■ot embalmed, are ln a wonderful State of preservation. Some of the j|IIX surplice In whicb ba was """burled still eDsbrouds bis saored dost. Tbo coffin lies open, aqd tbere you look upon the bon.s aud dust of one wbo, wben living, waa tbe greatest pulpit orator ou earth; Indeed, it Is doubtful If bis equal has ever lived since. I laid my band softly and reverently upon the sainted head tbat preaobed over 18 009 sermons in a ministry of thirty-four year*. He died at tbe age ot flfty-six, having crested tbe Atlantic thirteen time* on his missions of mercy. Ia tbls town stands an old elm planted by Pike—author of Pike's Arithmetic—during tbe Revolu tion; saw ihe house In wbioh Jobn Adams, Robert Treat Payne and Rufus King studied law under Tbeopbolus Parsons. Just acr.ies tbe atreet, diagonally, stands tbe bouse lo which Jobn Adams tlr-t oourted tbe young lady whom he declared he loved to tbe latest day of bis life. Her parents would not allow ber to marry John, because, tbey said, *'he was uot rich, aud not muoh prospeot in life " Tbs young man carved out a pros peoVaud a fortune. Tbat same old aristocratic crust is thicker now and harder to break tbau It was at tbat day. But we will drill through It and by tbe crowbar ol truth we will uplift It. Tbe old Whitfield church ia tht sue in wblch tbe paraou raised ih< Company of soldiers for tbe Revo lutlonary service. Here is tht same old bejl thai rang tbat day. " And eery note Its ardor flung From off it, iubil.ut nos too„i.s Waa: War I war 11 w*r 111 In this pulpit tbe parson tlirsw back his surplice and exhibited tc his astonished auditors bis soldier', uniform and exolaimed, as tbe poet tells us— "Who dares cr me out with me In rUtDoii'a . ame I For ber to live, (or n r to die 1 A hundred La d. bun < np re lr, A bjttUiad voiojaaoswerod, II ill Illl' And you rtmemter how tbe cant log Berkley oiled— " • r«a-e. lr >itor, ops'* t Old's tempi- is tha uou.e cf p°ao*"l' 'i be otber sosw*. *d. '«ij;nota.>: Sine* uud I ■ witb our ilg te us cauls, 81. 101 et plaoes humour* Bis t*uipl*e s * onr forts and towers Tbat frown upon th* tyiaut loe I •" In tbie old chuic'i also is one o the famous "whispering galleries' of tbe world. You kuow they an never constructed purposely, bui discovered by accident. DanVebs, June2S — Had a grant meeting last nlgut. Tbe peoplt ssemid loth to leave tbe hall aftei tbe speech. They received tbi tro'h gladly. This Is another hie. torlospot. During ysaterday afternoon I - visited tbe blrtb-plaee of General Putnam; was in the room wb>r« be was horn; tbe immense old tlm bars and rough logs forming tbs frame-work of that old room were Ot witnesses of the birth of that rugged, rseolute charaottr. I saw there a ntoriar— log—io wbioh tbe Indiana used to pound their corn on tbla Very farm ln the days gone by. Here Is preserved also the quaint kitobsn outfit of the Put name. I am tbe guest of one of his decsndants during my slay lv tbe olty. He keeps up tbe reputa*. tion of the family, and, of course, lean ardent Greenbacker. This town, DaDvers, was formerly a part of old S*lem, aud bere witch craft had its origin. I saw the old "wlteb-house." More tban twen ty persons were punished with death under that terrible persecu tion. One of tbe persons accused made aueb a noble defense toat be ex Cited greatly the sympathy of the people, wben Mather exolaimed, "Tbe devil always appears as au . angel of light." This was enough to turn the tide of sympathy aud reeaon, and bigotry and prejudice held riot onoe more. la this town stands the house in Wbleb Margaret Nourte lived and now lies buried lv the docrysrd. Sbe was declared by some of ber neighbors to liave "tbe mark or a Witch" upon ber person, and al though greatly loved by all, she too waa executed. But let ua think no longer on tbis sad picture. It Is With heartfelt satisfaction tbat I speak before tbese staid old New England audiences. On this very ground tbeir ancestors laid broad and deep tbe foundations of tbe B-publio, but even tb. n with the wheat grew the lares, and now the ground has to be plowed afresh. Uncle Ham* farm is ever prone to grow up with thistles. »• Eternal ▼Igilaaoe Is ths price of liberty." The ... Crime of a Cripple. ▲ dlaprtoh from Darlington, ■oath Carolina, aays that a aerloa •f sicken lug aud diabolical crimes bad been committed at tbe Hymen phlalioa, node? oircumetanoea Be* «sUjr horrible, bat peculiar. Tbe> prominent figure in tbls affair Is Simuel White, a cripple, who. bss lost tbe use ot both his legs be low tbe knees. While's sister Is tbe wife of Raymond Thomas, an honest aod popular farmer. Yes terday morning wbile Thomas wss away, White, the cripple, having aeareted himself in tbe family man sion, went Into Mrs. Thomas's room, and looking tbe door, com mitted an outrage on the person of his sister, a lu>g •, well-!ormtd wo man, wbo made a desperate flgbt for her honor, but b«r inhuman brother overcame her. After ibe commission of tbe deed be began to fear ibe veugerfbeo of hie br nherln-law, snd tberelnre deoided to get tbe latter out of tbe way. He went down to the firm yard gate aod lay lo Walt for Thomas, wbo relumed last nlgbt. White from his ambush ln the road, tint a load of fine buokshot Into ttie unfortunate man's bead. S > oloae was he to bis victim tbat ihe shot tore his head into uorso ognizsble shreds, no I sotttersd tba brains about upon tbe leaves of tbe surrounding saplings. After this murder White crawl ed tff 10 tbe woods. This morning several BjtatS of oltlzens wetit iv eearob of bim, and to-day about 12 o'clock be was found hiding In v gum pond under some whortle berry bushes. Being called upon 10 suirsnder be laughed hiok de fiances and threatened to kill the Bret men who laid hands on b m. As tbe otEbers advanced ba begau tiring, and emptied thu* sis chain - b»rs of his revolver, but without eff o;. He was then oipture i, but not without g eat trouble. He is now In the Marion J til, but there is great talk of lyooblug him. NJEVV ADVJ£KTIBSSMENTB. THOMAS FARRALL, Lata of Sao Francisco, has opened a nrst>olaas Merchant Tailoring AT W7 MAiN srKSItT, Los Angelea He ia a orao;ic U tailor and cutter of 16 years years ex ueneaoe. kte bas out ta ha nous is Ei*. triad In saa Fraaols o. Hit term* are very reasonable. eberOall and see bim. auiDtf MONTANA MEAT MARKET. THE FIONBRR MARKET of this cl 144 MAIN ST., NH.VB FIRST. Keeps on band the best Beef, Veal, Pork. Mutton, Meats and all hinds of sausages. Meats doilvers i to all pttna of tbe olty. A. FtIANCK. mrlom Proprietor. THE SUN FOR 1381. Everybody reada THE bUV. In the ■ editions of tbis uewspape throughout the year to oome everybody will find: X. All tbe world's news, b.< presented tbat th* reader will g>-t tbe gr.atoi: amount of information With the lent ! profitable eipeuditure of. time and «/u -aight. THE oUN long agodisoovtired the gulden mean between rtdundaut fullness and anna isfaetory brevity, li. 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The People of the State of California send greeting to Oliver Devlllers, de fendant. You are hereby required to appear in an aotion brought against you by tbe above named plaintiff ln tbe superior Oourt of the State of California, lv and for tbe county of Los Angeles, and to an swer tbe complaint filed therein, wltbin ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of tbls summons —if served within tbls oounty; or, it served elsewhere, within thirty days—or Judgment by default will be taken against you sooording to tbe prayer of said com plaint. The satd action is brought to obtain a decree of this Court for tbe foreclosure of a certain mor gage described ln tbe said oomplaint, and executed by the said O. Devlllois ioO. Uraalue, on tht; 3d day ol October, 11-76, to secure the payment of a oertaln promissory note, made on tbe 3d day of October, 1876, by o. Devlllers, for the sum oi t3OJ gold coin, with interest at the rate ol t v A per oent per month irom date until paid, and payable to the said C. Graslde; that the premises conveyed by said mortgage may be sold, and tbe proceeds applied to the payment of 8300 gold coin, with Interest at tbe rate of \% percent per month Irom Ootober 3, 1876, and ior lo per cent as attorney's lees, as provided for in said mortgage, and costs o? suit; and In case such proceeds are not eumoient to pay the same, then to ob tain au exeoutlon against Bald defendant for the balance remaining due; and also tbat tbe defendant and an persons claim ing by, through or under him, may be barred aad foiecloaed of all right, title, olalm, lien, equity ot redemption and In terest in and to said mortgaged premises' and for other and further relief. Keiereuce Is had to complaint for par ticulars. * And you are hereby notified that If you fall lo appear and arswer the said com- Slaint, as above requited, the said plain. ■ will apply to the Oourt for the rellel demanded ln the said complaint. Given under my hand and tbe seal ol the Superior Court of the State of Call fo. nla, lv and for tue county of Los Ange. les, tbls 4th day of March, ln tbe year ol our Lord,one thousand eight hun dred and eighty-one. * ISeai.] A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By A. RiMPAU. ueputy. Endorsed: WALTER D. STEPHENSON, m3-3m Attorney for Plalntlfl. Administratrix's sale of Real Estate. V utioe is hereby given tbat lv pursn- A_\ ance of an order of tbe Superior Ooart of the ocunty of Los Angeles, btate of Cal ifornia, msds on the2(ttb day of June. A. D. 1881, ln tbe matter or tbe estate or Nicho las Quirolo, deceased, the undersigned, the administratrix of the estate of said deceased, will sell ut public auc tion, to the highest bidder, for cash ln gold coin of the United States, and subject to conflrmatiou by said su perior Court, on FRIDAY, THE 15th DAY OF JULY, 1881, At 12 o'clock it-, at tbe Spring street front oi tbe Court House, in the olty and county of Los Angeles, all the right, title, Interest and estate of the ssld Nicholas Qulrolo deceased, at the time or his deatu, and all the right, title and interest that the said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired other than or in addition to thai of the said Nicholas Quirolo at the time of his death, ln and to ull those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying and being in the said city and county ol Los Angeles, Btate or Calliornla, and bounded and described as follows, to wit: Ist. All tbat certain piece or parcel of land situated ln the elty and oounty ol Los Augeles. State of California, bound ed and described as follows, to wit: Bounded ou the west by Alameda street, oo the north by land of one Miller, ou the east by Lover's lane, aud on tbe south by said lane and tbe lands ol John M. Griffith and Thomas Dwyer, and be. mg the same property oonveyed to Nicholas Quirolo by deed of convey ance irom Maria Merced Tapla de Prud bomme dated January 18th, 1873, record ed ln Book No. 28 of Deeds, pages 434 ct seq., Keoords of Los Augeles. 3d. All that c ntatn lot of land situate In the city and county of Los Angeles, State of California, and descrloed as foiiowsi Commencing at tbe northwest oorner of upper Main and High streets, tnence northerly along the wosi line oi Upper Main street twenty-five feet to lot of P. Casuave; theuce westerly alung said lot forty-seveu reei; thenoe south erly, parallel with Upper Main street twenty-five feet lo High street; tbence easterly along High street forty-seven fe> t to point ot beginning. Saeb of said two parcels of land will be bold se, aratety. T«rms and conditions of sale: Cash in United States gold colu, ten per cent, oi puroha.-e money to be paid to the Ad ministratrix on the day of sale, balauoe on aonfitmat on of sale by said Superior Court. Deed at expense of purchaser. REFUGIO QUIRoLo. Administratrix of tbe estate of Nicholas Qu role, deceased. June 23d. 1881. Certificate of* Npeoiul -fax* tnerahip. Ttt's la to certify tbat the undersigned have formed a speolal partnersnlo, pur suant to tbe provisions of the Civil Code or the state uf California. That tbe name or firm under which such partnership Is to be conducted la "J. W. Bixby & Co." Tbat the general nature of the business to be transacted is raising and trading in cattle, sheep, horses and otber Block, in cluding wool raising, dairy business, pasturing animals auu all other business incidental to suoh general business. That the names of all the general and special partners are as follows: John W. H.xby, wbo resides in Los Angeles coun ty, S ate uf Calliornla; and Jotham B x by, who resides ln the same county and -state, eaob and both of wbom are tbe general partners; and Isalas W. Hell man, who res,des ln tbe city and county or Los Angeles, in said state, who is the special partner. i hat said Isalas W. Hellman bas con tributed tbe sum of t:iOG6 67-1001 six teen thousand six hundred and sixty-six 67-100 dollars as capital to the common stock, and as bis portion of the capital of said partnership. That tba principal plaoe of business or said partnership is and shall bs In said OoUutyof Los Angeles, State Of Callior nla. That tbe said partnership is to com ments on tbe llih day of July, A. D. 1881, and Is to terminate on the llth day oi July, A. D. 1889. Dated at Lo< Angeles, this 9tb day of July, A. D. 1881. JOHN W. B'XBY. JuTHAH BIXBY. ISAIAS W- HELLMAN. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1 . County or Los Angeles. J "• On the ninth day of July, one thous and eight hundred aud eighty-one, be* fore me, Geo. S. Pattoo.a isotary Public, in aod for said oounty. personally ap peared Jobn W. Blxt.y, Jotbam Bixby aud Isalas VV. Hellman,known to me to be tbe per-ocs described ln, wbose names are aubscrfbed toandwuoexeouted tbe foregoing instrument, and each of them duly acknowledged to me that he exe cuted the same. In witness whercol, 1 have hereunto set my hand and affixed my offlolal seal, at my office, in the said county of Los Angelea, tne day and year first above written. [seal I GEO. S. PAT TON, Notary Publio ln and for said county. In tlie Superior Court Of tbe county ef Los Angelea, State or California. In the matter of tbe estate of Trinidad Yorba, deceased. Notloe lg hereby given that I, as Clerk of said Court, bave, pursuant to law, set TUESIMY, JULY i»tb. 1881, at 10 a.m., al tbe Court hoom of said Court, ln tue Court House, city and county of Los An geles, Cel., as tbe time and place for proving tbe will of Trinidad Yorba, de ceased, and lor bearing the application of Marcus Yorba and B. A. Yorba for tbe issuance to them of letters testamentary, wben and where auy person Interested may appear aad eon test the same. Said bearing will bo bad at aald time and plaoe before tbo Hob. V. K. Howard, Judge of said Court, and the will above referred to Is now on (lie in my offloe. Dated July 7th, UU. ■Seal.) A. W. WTKL^ LEGAL, Delinquent Sale—Notloe. Los Angeles Mining and Smelting Com* pany—Looatlon of prlncipsl place of uuslnesa. Los Angeles, Los Angeles oounty .California—Location of works, Resting springs, Inyo county, Califor nia. NOTICE. — Tbere la delinquent upon the following desorlbed stock, on ac count of assessment No. 6, levied on the thirteenth day of May, 1681, tbe several amounts set opposite tbe names of tbe respective shareholders, as follows: No. No. N*-:ie. Cert. Shares. Am't. McKnlght.WJ 44 26 143 76 McKulgbt.W .1 61 M 5280 McKnlght.WJ 65 17 29 75 McKnlght.WJ. 78-™.. 32 66 00 McKnlght.WJ 131 32 56 00 Slauson, J S 10 . 250 437 60 slauson, 1 s 11 250 487 5u Slauson,JS 77 899 693 26 Slauson, JS _ 90. 1 ITS Slauson, JS „ 109_.„.„. 121 213 60 .Hlauson, JS 182 368 617 75 Slausoo.JS 157 88 1)626 Slauson, JS „|7S 7 12 25 Slauson, JS 177 5 8 76 Macnell.HL 47 10 17 60 Maonell.HL 48......... 10 17 60 Macnell.HL „.. 5K 60 87 60 Macnell.HL 74 8 1400 Macnell, H L 82 80 62 60 Macnell.HL A3. 9 16 75 Macneil. H L 13) 51 9i 00 Macnell.HL. 151 47 8226 Macnell.HL 18 „.. 5 876 Macnell, H L 150.... 714 1249 60 Macnell.HL 187 28 4026 Macneil. H L 188. 1765 3071 25 Beat. HK. fB 9g 5 875 Uardlner, W V 40 20 35i0 Gardiner, WP 49 20 85 00 Uardlner. W P 60 10 17 50 Uardlner, WP 79 22 38 50 Uardlner, WP 103 28 49 08 Uardlner, W P 112... . M 26 26 Gardiner, W P -.186 86 68 00 Elliott, JM 46 HI 17 60 Elliott, JM _. 76. 7 1225 Elliott, J M - 81 4 TOO Elliott. I M 106 3 0 25 Elliott, J M 186. 8 14 00 McFadden, James...l7o 729 1276 75 Blxby.Jotham 25 200 35000 Blxby.Jotham 26 200 360(0 Bixby, Jotham 28 :0i 359 00 Bxby,Jotham 67 196 341 23 Blxby.Jotham 84 888 87900 Blxby.Jotham tl 1 176 Blxby.Jotham 188 368 61400 Blxby.Jolham 176. 5 87S Griffith, I M 29 _ 100 176 00 Urlinth.JM 67 6«1 875 00 Unffllh, J M 89 266 446 26 Urimtb, J M 142 191 334 26 Orlffltb, J M 179 411 l 717 50 Ellis, C J lul 100 17500 Rills, C J 152 290 3-0 00 Ellis, O J 163 89 165 76 Ellis, CJ 171 26 4i50 Ellis, C J 180 S2 91 00 Ellis, CJ 181 6 8 76 Severance, Annie Crittenden 96 89 15676 Severance, Annie Crittenden 161 „.. 28 49 00 Crittenden, H 64 2uo 34000 Crittenden, H 110 74 129 s'l Crittenden, H 149 21 42 00 Crittenden. H 169 61 106 76 Morgan, H A 174 26 13 75 Elliott, J M.Trustee.lo4 II 192S Elliott. J M,Trustee. 145. .1 5 26 McFadden, James, Trustee 124 28 4900 McKadden, James, Trustee 148 9 IS 76 Ivison, HarrletteS... 126 120 210 00 Ivison, Harrlette 5..144 87 64 75 And in accordance with law and an or der of the Board of Directors made so many shares of each parcel of said slock as may be neoessary will be sold at pub. We auotion, at the offloe ol the compaoey Room 1 Temple Block, Los Angeles olty, California, ou Tuesday, the ainth (9th) uay of August, 1881, at the hour oi ten o'clock a h. ol said day, to pay said delin quent assessment, together with cost of advertising and expenses of sale. J. M. ELLlOTT.secretary. Office—Room 1 Temple Bleck; oity and oounty of Los Angeies, California. SUMMON*. In the Superior Court ,of the Btate of Cal ifornia, ln and for the county of Los Angeles. O. W. A. Pallett, plaintiff, vs James A. Stewart and Bettle Stewart, defendants. Action bronghtin tbeSuperiorCourtof the State of Calliornla, in and for the county of Los Angeles, and the complaint died 11. said county of Lob Angeles, in the of floe of the Clerk of said Superior Court. The People of tbe State of California send greeting to James A.Stewart and Bettie Stewart, defendants: You are hereby required to appear ln an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff ln the Superior Court of the State 01 California, in and for tbe county of Los Angeles, and 10 answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days—exclusive of the day of service—after the service ou you of tble summons—ifservedwithin this oounty; or, 11 served elsewhere, within thlny days—or Judgment by default will be taken against you, aocordlng to the prayer 01 said complaint. The said action Is brought to recover a judgment against tbe defendant James A. Stewart lor tbe sum or 6868 9s in gold coin, with lntei est thereon at IJ4 per cent, per month trqm tue 20th day 01' No vember, 183U, balance due plaintiff from said Stewart fur money loaned May 1, 1878, and to foreclose a mortgage on blook 2i, town of Downey, couuty of Los An geles, state of California, given to secure said sum, aud whioh Bald mortgage is contained ln a d.-cd made by John G. 1 owuey to plaintiff on the 9ih day of Deoember, 1*79, and which deed was made to plaintiff at the request of said - tewart and was Intended a. a mortgage to secure said sum, and also to declare tbeoialms or Battle Stewart to said land subject to said mortgage, and for costs of suit. Reference is bad to complaint for par ticulars. And you are hereby notified tbat If you fall to appear and answer tbe satd com plaint as above-required, the said plain tiff will apply to the court for the relief therein delnauded. Given under my hand aud tbe seal of the Superior Court of the State of Califor nia, ln and for the county of Los Angeles, ibis second day of July, ln the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred aud eighty one. [Seat.] A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By A. kxhfau, Deputy. GRAVES & CHAPMAN. Attorneys for Plaintiffs. jyi2-2m Petition for Pardon. Id tbe Superior Court of tbe couuty of Los Angeles, Htate of Califor nia. Tbe People of the State of Califoruia, Plaintiff, vs. Hairy Holden and Fred Morris, Defendants. To Thomas B. Brown, District Attor ney of the county of Los Angeles, Slate of California: Please take notice that it Is the intention of the undersigned to apply to His Excellency, George C. Per kins, Governor of the State of California, for tbe pardon of Harry Holden and Frederick Morris, convicted ln the Supe rior court of the oounty of Los Angeles, state ol California, on the 7—that Is to say, tbe said Harry Holden on the llth day of April, A. D. 1881, and the said Frederick Morris on the 12th day of April, A. D. 1881, or tbe erlme of burgla ry, and by said Court sentenced to Im prisonment ln the State Prison of tbe state of California, and each of tbem for the term of years, respectively, to wit: the said Harry Holden for the term of 8 years and tbe said Frederlok Morris for the term of 2% years. H. A. WATSON. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1 Oounty of Los Angeles. I A. J. King, being duly sworn, deposes and says he Is a citizen of the f nlted Stales and State of Callicrnla, and over the age of 21 years; tbat he served tbe foregoing notloe on Thomas B. Brown, Esq District Attorney of the county of Los Angeles, state of California, by deliver ing to him a true copy thereof, at his of floe, ln said oounty, on the 28th day of June, A. D. 1881. A. J. KING. Subscribed and sworn to belore me, this 28th day of June, 1881. Iseal.l A. W. POTTS, County Olerfc and ex-offiolo Clerk of the superior Court of Los Angeles ooun ty, Cain. By E. H.Owes, Deputy. Je29 Notice to Creditors. Estate of Jacob L. Wright, deceased.— Noiloe is hereby given by tbe under signed, executrix 01 the last will and tes tament of Jacob L. Wright, deceased, to tbe creditors of, and all persons having 01 alma against the aald deoeased, to ex hibit them, with the necessary vouch ers, within four months after the ant publication of this notloe, to the said ex ecutrix, at the offloe of her attorney. No. i« Temple Block, lo tbo olty of Loe An geles, in the eonnty of Los Angelea, State of Osdlfornlo. ere., of Taoob U Wright, de- LEGAL. In the Superior Court, Iv and for the County of Los An geles, State of California. In the matter of the estate of Oarmen p. de Charles, deceased. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY ORDER OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE. Henry Charles, the executor of the es tate of Carmen P. de Cbaries, deceased, having filed bis petition herein, praying for an order of sale of the real estate of said deeedem, for the purposes therein set fortb. It is therefore ordered by tbe Judge of said Court that all persons Interested in the estate of aaid deoeased appear be fore tbe satd Superior Court on TUESDAY, THE SECOND DAY OF A.UQUST, 1881, At 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said day, at the Court Room of SRld .superior Court, at the Court House, ln satd county of Los Angeies, to show cause why aa order should not be granted to tbe said Henry Charles, executor, to sell so much of tbe real estate of the said de ceased rat-men P. de Charles as sball be necessary. aad that a oopy of this order be pub lished at least three successive weeas In tbe Los Angeles Dally Herald, a news paper printed and published ln said county of Los Angeles. SEPULVEDA, Superior Judge. Dated July 12,1881. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Iv and for the County of Loe Au geles, Slate of California. In the matter of the estate or \ Vacllllo Jurado, deceased, f ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY OR DER OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE. Henry Charles, tne administrator of the estate of Vacllllo Jurado, ueceaaed, having filed hta petition herein praying for an order ot sale of tbe real estate ot said decedent, lor the purposes' therein set forth. It is therefore ordered by tbe Judge ol said Court, that all persons interested in the estate ol said deoeased appear before the said Superior Court on Tuesday, the 2d dayot August, A. D. 1881. at ten o'clook ln the forenoon of said daj*, at tbe court-room of said superior Court, at the Court House, ln the oounty ol Los Angeies, toshoweouse wbyan order should not be granted to the said Henry Charles, administrator, to sell so muoh of the real estate of the said deoeased as shall be necessary. And tbat a oopy of this order be pub lished at least three successive Weeks lo the Los Angeles Dally Herald, a news paper prlnteu and published in said coun ty ot Los Angeies. SEPULVEDA, Super'or Judge. Dated July 12th, 1881. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO BECOME SOLE TRADER. In the matter of the application 61 ; Mary Thoroughman to b too me a sole 1 trader. Notice is hereby given that T, Mary Thoroughman, wiie of Jobn Thorough man, resident or ihe oountyof Los An geles, Slate of California, being desirous of availing myself of the provisions of Title XII, Part ill, of tbe code of civil Procedure, intend to make application to the Superior Courtof the Htate of Califor nia, ln.and for tbe county ot Los Ange les, at the court-room of said Court, ln said county and StatA, on Monday, the 22d day of August, 1881, at 10 a. m of that day, or as soon thereafter as the applica tion can be heard, for a Judgment and order of said Superior Court authorising me to carry on and transact business ln my own name and on my own account as a soie trader. The nature of the business I propose to carry on and conduct is tbat ot selling milk, butter, chickens, eggs, hogs, a few cattle and horses, a small dairy busi ness and farming on a small scale. MARY THOROUGHMAN. Walter D. Stephenson, Attorney for Petitioner. jlitd In the Superior Court Of the State of California, in aud for Lob Angeles oounty. In the matter of the estate ofi«_ B.D. Wilson, deoeased. J No - im ' Notloe Is hereby given tbat In pursu ance ut two orders or the Superior Court of the State of California, in and ior Los Angeles oounty, one made on the 6th day of May, and the other on lhe 16 n day oi November, 1880, lv the matter of the estate of B. D. Wilson, deceased, tbe undersigned, tbe executors ot said estate, will sell at private sale, to the hlght-st bidder, for cash in gold coin or ihe United States, and eubieot to confirmation by said. Superior Court, on or after THURSDAY, THE ELEVENTH DAY OF AUGUST, 1881, AU tbe right, title, Interest and estale of the said B. D. Wilson, deoeased, at tbe time of his death, .and all the right, title and Interest that'thesald estate has, by operation or law or otherwise, ao qul.ed other tban or In addition to that of the said intestate at the time of his death, ln and to all those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate, ly ing and being ln tbe said county of Los Augeles, State of California, bounded and decribed as fallows, to wit: First—Lot 10, range 5, of tbe Albambra trsct. according to survey thereof male by ueorge Hansen and recorded ln the jecords of Los Angeles county. Second—a n undivided one-baff of that oertaln tract of land situated ln salu oounty and known as "Oak Knoll," said traot being bounded on the north by lands of tbe Lake Vineyard Land ana Water Association; east by Home traot; south by lands of carter A Richardson, and west by lands of Stoneman, contain ing one hundred and seventy (170) aore». Third—Also, the following lots of land situate in what is known as the "Albam bra tract," ln said Los Angeles county, and being: Fractional lots 8 and 4, ln range 2, eon tatntng 6 aores. Lot 6, range 2, containing 6 acres. Lot 6, range 2, containing 2.4 seres. Lots 7 and 8, range 2, containing 10 acres. Lots 7 and 8, range 3, containing 10 acres. Lot 9, range 3, oon taming a acres. Lots 5 and 6, range 4, containing 7.4 acres. Lots 10,11 aud 12, range 4, containing 16 acres. Lou 5 and 6, range 5, containing 7.4 acres. Lots 10,11 and 12, range 6, containing 15 acres. Lot 6, range 6, containing 2.4 acres. Terms and condition oi sale—Cash In gold coin of tbe United States. Deed at expense of the purchase. Bids or offers may be made at any time after the first publication of this notice and belore the making of the sale. AII bids or offers must be in writing and Delivered to the un dersigned. J. ue Barth Shorb, personally, at his resldenoe, near Han Gabriel, Call* for nia. * Dated July 26th, 1881. J. DE BaRTH SHORB, MAROARET 8. WILSON, Executors of tbe estate ot B. D.Wilson, deoeased. Jy2tftd Assignee's Notice of Sale L. W. KIRBY V 3. HIS CREDITORS. By virtue or an order of sale made by the Superior Court of tbe oounty of Loe Angeles, State of California,ln tbe above entitled oanse, dated (Ist day of slay, 1881, wbereby I am commanded to sell certain property of L. W. Klrby, the above named Insolvent, notice is hereby given that on tbe SOfH DAY OF JULY, 1(81, At 12 o'clock m of said day, at tbe west, •m door of tbe Oourt House, Sprint street, olty and county of Los angeies 1 will sell at publio auotion, to tbe highest bidder lor oash, tbe right, title aod In terest of the said Insolvent, L. W. Klrby, ln and to the following desorlbed prop, erty: That certain lot of land situate In the town of Anaheim, county of Los Angeles, State or California, mora particularly de scribed as town lot (No. Ml number U of the town of Anaheim, as per map or the town of Anaheim on flu ln the oounty records of Los Angela, oounty, la tho us cordtr's onto* of said oounty, at tho olty and oounty Of Los Angola,, Oal. Dotod fin day of Ju.y. IMI. M,i ■ af. MKTBBRQ, LEGAL. Sale of Real Estate By Administrator with tbo will annexed. Id tbe Superior Courtof Los Ange la* County, State of California. in ta3 estate of Kosa Isabella D. Baldwin, deceased, Notloe is hereby given that iv pursu ance vi the order vi said auperior Court uf ihu county uf i os Angeies, atate ol Gaiiiorula, tuade ou thetJ li day of May, a. L>. itfiji, iv ihe matter oi the estate ol Kosa Isabella tJ. kin id win, deceased, the undersigned, administrator with tne WUI auuexed oi said estate, will sell at private stile lo tbo nlguest aud best bid uer lor oash aud subject to ihe con fli ui aLion oi said Superior Oourt, all the right, ilile, interest aud estate of the said deceased ai the time of her death, aud ail the light, title aud interest ihe said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired other thau or iv ad dition to that oi the .-aid deceased at the time oi her death iv aud to iuut>e oertaln lot-s, pieces, or trueia ot laud lying and belug iv tbe oounty ol Lob Angelas, mate oi uailioruia, and dosoribed as follows, to wit: First—Commencing at a forked willow tree about 5 luuUes turou.h, marked a 15, in blaok paiut, whioh lv situated ueur tue bauk vi lhe Zauju or Irrigating uUou aua oonespouda wub aud is Mia. 16 ufa survey uiuue m ueoeuiuer, 12170, by id. M. JohUbou of tue ltrigaole flat oi tuu Hauebo jUoh i-DiLz, reiereuoe to wuich in hereby mote particularly made; tueuce, iullowiug the meaauei line 01 suid survey ,\ t)>4 degrees >wove obaiu aud eeveuiy-elglu iluks; iheuce in 4oJ4degrees h. 2.75 cuutus; tuence tiih uegrees ti 1.76 chains; theueu IN i£iH ueg- K\i L- 1,85 chuiun; luenie N 3>i degrees YV. 2.23 uu.ti.-h, tueuce ti Id>4 do grees w 96.icnaius; theuce is' 32/ 4 ue gieea h. 2oi uuujuti, thence a 37 % degree* i- 2.61 chaiua to etutiou 21 ol Juuuaun'fi survey; iheuce in 7tJ>i degrees ki 24.t0 cuutus; iheeuoe a dtg>ees w Bd.B. e-naius; tueuoe 3 74>4 degrees Wib ci oUuinw; tneuoe JN tit; degrees Vv* 3OC c .itius to tue point oi be*;iuuing tbe to* tal aieu oi tbe laud hereby cuuvuyed beiug 64 6-10u uutea w f lauU. aecoud—Also lhe oae-hiih interest lv aboui3 60U wcioa oi luat oertalu. traot ol lauu biiuaie, lying uud beiug lv tht Oounty vi L.ua Augeles, .niato vi Ualiior *niu, audmuie paxtiuulaily uesorlbed at loiiowa, lo wit; Commenoing at tue river uf Low Augeles, ut au oaa tree, v latud*murk oi tue iuucUu called **lwVi« deucia," uear a limi aim, aud ruaniug tUeuuu bOUiUWeisterAy aioug tag buuua ary liueoi«aia rtuuebo JLa irrovideuala tv the Aiiao tree ol me uopetlero; tueuce easterly lo tue ue Mouoveuga;" thenoe to a point iv iiunt uf luo "Aguugc uel auucito," m auother sira gui live paaaiug uireoily thruugn ihe svoneiueia to the river oi Lot Augeies; theuoe up the ouannei Of tUe said river to tne place oj ueginulug, tue iaud heieoy ueaoribed being a part of tue Kauouo LuS r'uiiz, grauteu iv. Maug. Vgnaciu Verdugo by Mauuel inicheiLoreua JVJLarou 22, 1843, saviug auu eskceptiLig Xtom ihe last above described, i* act a cenaiu parcel ul laud described as loiiows; Commeucing at a xeUwoou stake lv muuua oi slouea marked f. U. ts. I, lz.i inoUes lv diame* ter aud ditstani lv tinfci irout the ceuiei oi the Oaual uuu tteaervoir Compauy'H ditcn aud on north Side of same, irom whicu puiut a l.ve-uak tree abuullfeui in uiaiueter aud uj urged B. i. a. i, i. v., beara LS uegrees L 277 cbalns dis taui; auutuei iAve*oait on opposite side 01 iicservoir Cumpuuy's dl cv about slj ieet lv d.amsiei', utugou auu marked b. T. IN. lU, li*. V., bears a bHy_ degrees X 22M chaiub distaut, aud is o u tue wesi baua of a small guich; iheuce ruuulLg a few Unas to the uebervulr (Jompuuy's ditcb is 75>£ degrees w 022 ouaius lo sandstoue ruck uud stake marked t.i. 2, &. iluks fruiuo nier olditch irom wbioh point a live v .k tree about 2J«leetln uiuuieter near edge of ditcb bears IN *2y_ ees W 0.2} cuains uio taul, another jive-uuk uoout buine size ueats IS 8/5-4 degrees W aoout distant anu cl eoruer ol Jose Paco's aaoue house tears is 4u degrees X 4.4; ohaius uud is 1.33 cuaius long by 21 units wide; as>camoie ir«e siauus about ceu- Lre oi rear vi' uoUae aud m utiout 7oliuas ulstaut irom huU»c; auoiber large live oak on uurtu siue of ditch auu iin mtdl - ateiy ou edge ut same beats a 65 degrees Lv I*9o ouaius, distaut; ibenoe loilowing KebeiVoir aud uauai company's uucu up stream JN degrees VV 3.3T ohaius io a stake 13 unas uisiaut irom center of ditoh aud mailed s. 8; thouce IS 38J4 de gtees vv 2 81 chaius to ix stuite 27 unks d'KLuni. frum cvuier ul ditch and marked 13,4; theuoo a dT* Uegrees tv J.&4 chains to a stuae 21 links Imm ceuti r vi ditoh aud marked a. o; theuce N 04>4 dtgter» VV 3.U3 cuaius to a su<ke 17 liuks irom oeuier of ditou aud maraed a o; tbeuco JN 6>*dt;gie « VV i.24 cuaius lou atake 11 Una,) irum ceuier vi uitcu aud maraeu a. 7; tueuce is d* grtva vv 2.u«t chaius to a stake 16 liuks Xroixi ceun t oi duch aud marked a. 8; thence is i<>hi d< giees kl 4.58 ouaius io a stuKO 11 iluko uuiu cuuur ol ditcn aud maiked » v; the.-co IN 2 de grees W 8.18 chains lo a auks diuiuutlO unks from ccuto. of dlnjuaud maiked a IU; tnence XS *3>, dtgrees W 8.0/ cuaius tv aaiake 83 liuks Aium center ul ai.oh und maitf.can.il, Horn wuicu puini v live ouk ueeSfeetiu diuxneter uu a, side ol duuh beurs a 2V!4 degre< a h. 60 iiuka dls tau<; anoiher live oo.a same sise, tau*v« siue ot uiton, bears a 43"* uegrees X ad links distaut; thenoe along Uiven ou Jui- Side >s deg.tO* W it. n> cbaiuM to a stake li liuks from couiot ul dtiuu uud murtfed b'. 12; iheuce jN iioy 4 d> greus h b.Hi chains to s.ake 18 iluks v 11. cjutor of diicu uuu Luaikeda.lB; tueuoe is 4u^ 4 uegrees W 't.i¥i cuains to a stake xuurkrd a. 14; tnence is Ma degrees E M.tid chains lo v wltiow stump oiusteu auu mara«d with blaok paint a. lo; thence a.ong ditch auu edge ol small swamp JN l*> 4 utgrees W 1.78 chaius iv v stuke loliUbs irom center ol duch uud marued a. 18; tueuoe J> de grees i£ 2.70 ohaius iv a siutfe 8 linns from center oi uucu and marked a* 17; theuoe a 0894 degrees H i.('o ouaius to a make inuiucd 18, on 0«g erly side of flood gate; theuce in 02y t degrees b_ l.Soohaius, uioug oeuier o: ruuulug water uf ditch uud turough a ueop cut wuloh nui ou poiut oi wuloh is located house of tt. Jfaco to staae iuars*.eu S. IU; tbence NSV* degrees W 223 ohMns lv a stuke maiked a. 20; iheuce JN io* degrees W 9.1,8 ouams to a stake 88 HuLts from oeuier oi uucu aud mailteu a Bt| iheuue is 21% uegrees L 2.87 ohaius to a siuke If Iluks fruuu uentie of ditch aud murtfeu 0 . m\ lhenoeNB7'< degrees tv 281 ohaius lv stuae mark, d a. B|j tbenoe IN u| d. grees W 4.47 ohains to stake 25 iiuss fiumuiioh aud maraed a. 24; Lueuue jn iIM degrees W4.lsohulus to a rtuae 15UuJc*from ditch aud maiked a. 25; theuoe JN 85>4de grees hi 6*Bo cu-u.s to v stake luuuaa irom oeuier oi uitou and maiked a. 88; theuce JN Ilk degrees w 3.82 ohaius tuu stake marked a. *v; theuoe on side ol hhi between ditch and roau IN i2'4 de grees W 2.00 chaius tv stake on edgj oi road maraed 1%. 28; tueuoe IN wkde grees W 6.V7 ohuius to suike on edge of road aud mat ked a . 20; theuoe N de- Srees W 4.87 chaius to a atake ou euge of uoh aud m*»rkt-d a. 80; thenoe a.oug edge of ditou in 33 degrees W 600 chains t > stake uu et.go ol loud aud luurfced S. 3i; theuoe N biy_ degrees VV 44)4 obalus to a stake between road aud dUch aud marked a, tii; tueuoe aioug Canal aud Heservolr Compauy's dl ou if* 2H degiees VV B.*o oualOß to a suae marked a, 83; theucu iullowiug meaudeia uinver baok JN 33H degrees r. 4.70 obams to a stake at bead of deep wasu und marked a. 84; tbenoe N 4Lii decrees £ 3.81 cuaius tv a staae ou edge oi bank marked @. 3i; thence N 25 uegrees E chains to a stake ou Westerly bide of sauja murfctd B. 38; iheuce N 4&H degrees £ 18.00 ohalns to stuke marked a. 87; theuoe jn 18 de grees H i.87 obalus to a stake marked 8, 33. irom wuioh poiut a willow uree mark* ed B. X.S. 38 f. v. bears N degrees £ j.. liuks distant; iheuoe a 78H dtgreei bi 18.70 chains to stake marked a. 88; tueuoe 3 24V*. degree* tv 7.84 cnalus lo stake marked a, 40; thenne a 7H degrees h. 8.00 ouaius to staae maiked a. 41; theuoe o 4 degrees W 14.84 ohaius to stake marked 3. 42; thenoe a 2% degn.es h. 11.02 ohaius t • stake marked a. 48; theuce 3 74*4 degiees X 1.11 oualoa to oak post iv lineoi willow Unoe marked a.44 P ii.; thence a. ictf degrees VV. 84.42 obalus itloug Bald willow fence to staae Id Hoe jf feuoe aud marked a. 45; thenoe a. 15k iegrees K. 15.15 chains to stake- marked i. 48; theuce a. A\Hi uegre»-N E. 11JSSohaius a. stake maraed a. 47; theuce a, acjtf do irees X 8.86 chaius tv stake marked a. li; theuoe a.BB degrees la. U. 37 ohalns to post tn lineoi willow isnoe at interseo lon of said fa nee with L. A. C. W. W. (Jo's inch and marsed k*. B. S. 48; tbenoe a. degrees V/. 803 ohalns along live tvuiow fence to stake marked 8. 50; nenoe N. 77 degrees W. 69 ohalns o stake marked a. 61; thence 8. >3 degrees VV- 889 chains tv stake narked a. 62; tbenoe a. 21% W. 14 50 mains to stake marked 8. h0; tbeooua. IJ4 degrees W 10-13 ouams toataae4i4 nobes In diameter in ruouud ol stones md marked f. n. m. l.the plaoe of beslii ilug and containing 828 3iiB9d acres uf and and belug ibe same irttot of land ntbln the exterior boundaries oi which a Included the 64 acre tract hereinbefore leserlbed, and all of said landa being villain the exterior boundaries of tbo Hanoho *'JLos t ells" and forming apart hereof. Also, all the water lights, easements md servitudes to each of said different racts belonging or ln any way appar* •lining. Maid sal* will he made on or after the 9TH DAY or JULY, 1681. AU hUs or offers matt he lv wrlUag LEGAL. street, Los Angeles olty, Cala., or may bo delivered to the administrator personal ly,or died wltb the Olerkof said Superior Court, at any time after tbe first publica tion of tbls notloe and before tbe making of the sale. Terms and conditions or sale—Ten per oent. of the purchase money to be paid upon notloe ot acceptance of bid, balance on ooflrmaiion oi sale by said superior Court. Deed at expense of purobaaer. Dated Los Angeles, Cal., May Oth, 1881. JoHS M. BALDWIN. Administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Kosa Isabella D. Baldwin, deceased. Eastman, Haley, King A Roberts, At torneys for the estate. Mortgage Sale. Execution No. 807. In the Superior Court of the Couuty of Los Angeles,state of California. A. R. LUOMIS, Plaintiff, 1 vs. ! JOSEPH B. HUTOHINGS, etal., f Defendanfs. J Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure and order of sale entered In the Superior Court or the county oi Los Angelea, State or California, on the 7th day ol July, A. D 1881, aud a writ oi exeoutlon for the enforcement of ludg ment requiring sale of property under foreclosure of mortgage, Issued out of said Court, annexed to said deoree and dated the llth day of July, 1881, ln tbe aoove entitled aotion and lv favor of A. R. Loomls, plaintiff, and against Jos eph S. Hutchlngs, W. H. Thomas and H. B.Thomas, defendants, a certified copy of whioh said deoree or foreclosure, duly attested under tbe seal or aald Court, on tbe llth day of July, A. D. 1881, and de livered to me together with the writ an nexed thereto, on the said laat men tioned day. wherby I am commanded to sell at publio auction to the highest and best bidder for cash In U.S.gold coin tbe ft llowu gaud In said decree desorlbed real estate, 10-wlt; Tbe southern portion of lot eleven (IU ol the 1 Hyman tract, of lhe Ranoho San Antonio, commencing at the southwest corner of lot eleven (11) and running N 43 degrees east twenty-six 84-100 ohalns; tue nee south 82)4 degrees east thirty-four 74-100 chains; tnence south 42 degrees weat twenty-two 82 100 ohalns to the northeast corner of the sohool house lot: thence along the line or said school huuse lot -north eighty-two X degrees west ten (10) chaius to the northwest cor ner of Said school house lot; tbenoe south 42 degrees west twelve 17-100 chains to tbe southwest corner of aald - sohool house lut; thence north S%H de grees west twenty-four ohalns to place of beginning, containing sixty-five aores of land, saving aad ex cepting tberelrom that oertaln portion thereof conveyed by Joseph Hutching* to s. H. Murry by deed of date January 28,1870, reoorded ln book 14, page alt ot deeds, of the reoords of satd county, ref erence being made to said deed and aald record thereof fur amore partloutar de scription of said excepted portion, to gether with all the water right* aad privileges unto aaid land belonging. Also, a portion of lot (10) ten of I. Hy man tract or the Rancho San Antonio, being the northeast oorner thereof, and desorlbed aa follows: Sommenolna at the northeast corner of lot (10) ten and running south 41 degrees west and twelve 17-luo chains; thence north 82M degreea west (10) ohalns; ihence north 42degree* east twelve 17-luo chains; tbenoe south »m degrees east (10) ten chains to place or beginning, containing ten aero* of land, tor a further and better deaorla tion of said lot reference Is mad* to a map of said I. Hyman treat of tho Baa cho San Antonio, recorded In the offloe of the County Recorder of Los Angele* county, In buok of coeds, page 2l»,togeth er with nil the water rights and privil eges thereunto belonging. Also, forty shares of stook In the San Antonio Irri gating Company, dated October 12,1876. stauding on the books of aald company In tue name ot J. S. Hutchlns ana en dorsed oy bim to plaintiff. Public notice la hereby given that on WEDNESDAY, THE So DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1881, At twelve o'olook at. of aaid day, X will proceed to sell at the Oourt Houae door, in the Olty and County of Los Angelea, State of California, at publio auotion, to the highest and ban bid der, for oash in United states gold coin, to satisfy said decree for principal and interest, attorney's fees, costs, sod all aocrumg costs, all tho above described real estate, or so mnou thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said sums. Uiven under my hand, this the 12th day of July, A. JJ. 1881. WM. R. ROWLAND, Sheriff. By JAS. O. KAYS, Under Sheriff. School District Election Notlee. ' Notloe is hereby given to the qualified eleotors of' Little Lake School District or L >s Angeies oounty,State of California, that an election will be held in said sohool distriot, at which tbe question will be submitted lo aald qualified eleot ors: Whether bonds sball belssued and so,d for toe purse of building a new school bouse ln satd distriot and for fur nishing tbe same. said election will be held on Friday, the ltth day of August, A. D. 18(1, at th* sohool house, ln said district, Henry Eaton, William Rjle and S. Poster bave been appointed Judges to conduot said eleotion. The polls will be open from 11 o'clook a. m. until 6 o'clook p. at. The am.-not or bonds proposed to be Issued Is two thousand dollars: tb* de nomination ot said bonda one hundred dollars eaob; the rate or interest eight per oent. per annum; and the time ibe whole or any part of said bonda are to run Is ten years, subject to the provis ions of section 1887 ol the Political Code. Los Nletoa Township, July 18,1881. W. A. SWITZBK. W. W. i RR, WILLIAM RYLE, Trustees of Little Lake School Distriot of Los Angeles oounty. Jy2l-law-8W Notice -to Cx-editora. Id tbe Superior Oourt of Log Ange les county, State of California. In tbe matter of the estate of MAT THEW KELLER, Deceased.—Notloe 1* hereby given by the undersigned, execu tor of the last will and test ament or matthkw Keller, deceased, to the creditors or and all per sons having claims against the said de ceased,i o exhibit them, with the necessa ry voucher*, within ten months after tbe „ first publication of this notloe, to ibe said exeoutor, at his place of business, ihe Farmer*' and Merchants' Beak or Los Angela*, in the olty of Loa Angela*, oounty of Los Angeles, State or Califor nia. Dated May 14,1881. IS A lIS W. HELLMAN, Executor or the laat will and testa ment ot Matthew Keller, deoeased. myU-4w ' Dissolution of Partnership. The St. cbaries Barber Shop and Bath Rooms will henoe orth be conducted by tne undersigned on hi* own account, his former partner, Mr. M. Beeh, having re tired from the business. A i LABONOE. Los Angeles, July 21,1881. JM-lw Barlinnton WeeUy Hawiep Tbls paper, whioh is universally quoted may be had at any News Depot at S oent* perotipy. Annual subscription, post-para. Agents are wanted everywhere to take subscriptions and retain 80 oent* in cash oa each annual subscriber. General Agents may send 81.25 per year. $1,000 IN THKEE PREMIUM*). We will pay the agent sanding us the largest list of subscribers before March 1, 18TU, one first class 7lt octave, row wood er walnut, NEW SCALE, UPRIGHT PIANO* full iron frame, overstrung bass, tasaa unisons, patent Improved agrafls bar ar rangement, Exxaa Jusa, $850.00. This list to be at least 880 names. For the second list, not to be less tban 200 names, 8100 in gold. for the third list, not to be less than 100 names, 880 in gold. For 818.00, at one time, we will send tan copies one year, If or $7.00, at one tine, we will tend fly* sjajaitj oae year. for tbree names and 88.00 ws will tend the Companion Scroll Saw and Drill, value 88.00, as * special premium. 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