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Advertised List. Letter* remaining in the Lo* angelea (Cal.) roatoffioe, August lat. 1881: ladixs' list. Arbogaat, Mrs Fred Houghtin, Mra Mia- Abernathy, Mra R nic E Harnett, Mra A It King-ley, Mrs J H Beard, O lheresia Lazman. Mra Mary Bose. Miss D Marez.Mrs Fraociaca Brumbaugh, Mrs McVail, Mrs Anna D 11 Mosbcr, Misa Bessie Brown, MissLillie Olmstoad, Mra Castro, Miss .da Ortega, Mrs Dolores Clark, Miss Katie Quissda, Fau'ina.'or Cooper, Mrs Mary Mrs Befugia Carillo Cooper, Miaa Maggie Bicbards, Mi.n Nora Cooper, Miss Mamie Rogers, Miss Judith Oota, Mias Hclidad Rogers, Miss IVrrv Cota, Miss So ljaJ Boberts, Mrs Kitty Cox, Ida, for Mrs C Bcheuble,Mraßarbara W QUI Schmees, Miss O Dobioson. Mias B Sbobo, Mrs Q E Fletcher, Mrs A O Smith, Mrs P O Foyno, Miss M Sopent, Mrs Ba- Oarela, Mra F mona de Gates, Mrs Ceilia Sopere, Mrs Maria <> Sates, Mia. Fr.ociacaWoibei,Mica Lou sa i Gates. Mrs Ceilia Whipple Mrs Laura Graham. Mis. M V White, Mrs U C breen, Mra Chas Wilkinson,Mi's Mary Howard, Miss Mary V oaNTLKMEN'S LIST. Abell. J N Buttner, G A Agnallo, Frank Bo ward, L H Arohtrite, J Johnsou, J C Aaron. Arnolt, Kel y, James A Ba'dwiu, L M Kuff rl, Peter Balls, Theo L Kooking, Java: Brockway, Ira Leei er, F Buelna, Juan Lindner, Cbaa H Oarrasco, naftel Mat oney, Ber M Oarney.Oornelious F Martinea, Jesus Oou tnev, Joseph R MuFsli, J H Crawford, Dauirl F Moore, Hubert Denison, £B, 1 for Moreno, Matins E L Smith Myer, William TJ Dunnamoore, Wil- uli as Franaisco liam M Orquides, Autonio Deaiaon, E 0,1 for Payue, G M Frank Damn Patron. Frank Dins, Bioardo Poor, Mr Kcbsoigne, N Backer, Martiu Edwards, Chas H Redding O A Entyna, D H M Richmond, B C Felkin, Stephen Bojaß, David Fenen, Miguel Burner, Thomas Fierce, Winy H Byan, E B Fisher, Martin liykert, C Gardiner. .Thomas 2 Sanchea, Martin P Serren, Ltwis F Cranes, B Sweeney, Mr Gtn a, Thomas Swteuey, J F Gallmer, O T Bhi.ley, Clement C Gomes, Eharist~> 2 Bmit'i, S Harrison Gonzales, Andres Bpiucer, Htt Gonaalea, B B Stokes, E B Graham, DM,I tor Sue, Frank N G Lowell Yin ntr, Z B, 1 fur Graham, F B Eugene B Bioh- Grover, Barry ardaon Boristoy, Vincent Wall. J B If art, Jam** B Walters, John W Hay, J C Watson, A W Bixon, J E White, W 0 Hitohcook, Mr, 1 for Wil iam.on, W H Mrs M C Birdsell Wil'iamson, W G Wottell, Virgil LARGE LETTEIiS,, Fiaher 4 Co CHINESE LETTERS. Wong Tan t. B. DONXKLBSaOEB, P. M. The Flood at Bisbee A correspondent of tbe Tomb atone Nugget, writing from Blebee, telle of the flood at tbat place. -BJebee is situated in a narrow eaSen, there being only one street in the town, and consequently reoeived a "benefit." Tbe corres pondent says: At about 11 o'olook ou riutiuay a sheet of water, from two lo three feet In depth, came rusbing and roariug ejown half a dozen maun with nearly the velocity of light ning, carrying before it nearly every moveable obstacle; burros, pigs, boulders and trees, rushed through tbe town, oarrying fences, cabins, wagons, etc, and in fact everything In Its path, down tbe ravine, landing tbe whole business lv a pile near the wells. The miners suspended work, and turn ed out en masse, witb shovels, picks, etc, waded In tbe flood and removed, by great exertion, tbe boulders and trees, which, had it not been done, would have increas ed the damage, thereby retarding tbe progress being made by this oasnp. "Guilty." The jury rendered a verdict yes terday of "not guilty" in tbe case of Charles H. Gordon, who has been on trial tor tbe past four days for tbe killing of Maggie Bangs It was a case based entirely upon circumstantial evidence, and the question presented to the Jury was tbis: "Was it murder or suicide?" Tbe verdict of not guilty of course makes it the latter. It is reported tbat when tbe jury retired tbey were divided—eigbt for acquittal and four for conviction. Juat bow tbey became unanimous for acquit tal we are cot able to my.—San Diego Union. Tb* Ban Diego Union some time since gave estimate-measurement* ef en immense grape-vine at Wm. B. Filnn's pi nee, near tbe C»j >n valley. Since then this monster bee continued to grow until its ac cumulated weigbt of branch and fruit bas brought total destruction to one of tbe two large oak trees whloh aupported it, and almost de molished the domicli of Its owner. From Mr. Filnn's driver, wbo vis ited tbe Union office on Friday last, It is learned that the vine and its fruit has completely crushed tbe tree, tearing il out by the roots. Tbe size of this vine and the weigbt of grapes growing upon it may be estimated when we say tbat tbe oak tree thus prostrated, wbiob la perfectly sound, Is fully two and a half feet in diameter, and upward) of sixty feet in height, with cor responding spread of limbs and branches. Mr, Fllnn estimates tbat An tbat portion of tbe vine which , Qistroyed the tree there were fully ' Jhe tone of grspes. MONTANA MEAT MARKET. THE PIONEER MARKET or this tl 1M MAIN ST., NEAR FIRST. EMM on band tbe beat Beer, Veal, fork. Mutton, Halt Meat, and all kind, of Sausages. Meats deliver* J to ail nana of tie olty. A. FRANGK. narl-em Proprietor. OPENING OF THE Occidental Restaurant, No. 110 Mala Bt., Oar don a Block. Xba table will be furnished with the Met that ear. be procured In the market, MaejnUr meals, 36 et*. ■TIOS-CBEAM SALOON connected with th* restaurant. S*J«Vlm CHAS. WEN2EL. Proper. fc s iJ^S>Mr s asMßßWaMaSaantSasMv ***s**aa*a*aa*j*s*»*a*ssa*a**an NEW AD VERTIBEMENTB. VULCANIZED RUBBER. NllivV YUHH Rubber and Packing Co. The eldest and largest uiaautaorarers Ui Araerioa of Vuiottlimo.l Kubber K'abrlosja ADAPTED TU MECHANICAL PURPOSES. Invite the attention of all who are inter ested in tbe sals or nee of snob articles to tbo high standard quality and low prloes of tbeir various manufactures, comprising Machine Belting, Steam Packing, Leading Hose. Suction Hose, Car Springs, vVagon Springs, Billiard Cushions, Oraln Drill Tabes, etc. "TEST" HOSE, Made expressly for the use of Steam Fire Engines, and will stand a pressure of 400 Kunds per square inoh. Officers of Fire ipartments requiring new hoae will find this much superior in strength and quality to any other. Solid Emery Vulcanite Wheels, A composition of Kubber and Emery, mak ing a very hard and uniform substance of the nature of stone throughout. These wheels for grinding and polishing metals, gumming mm, etc., are the most econom ical and effectivo tools that cm be used. 36 and 38 i.. h Itow, Naw York. JOHN H. OHELVEK, Treasurer. Prtoe Hats and further lulormatiou may be obtained by mail or otherwise, on appli cation. FARMERS, ATTENTION! Baker & Hamilton, 18 to 19 FRONT STREET, San Franolsoo. California* are bole Agents tor tha following well known AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Ohamplon Reaper and Mower* Genuine Buffalo Pitta Thresher; Balti Kami Wagon; J. I. Oaee's Celebrated Header*; Ames's Straw and Wood-Burning Engines] Star Moline Blows; Sweepstake and Eureka Gang Plows, Etc., Etc MANUFACTORY: Sweepstake Plow Oompany, HAJN LEANDRO, : : CAL Awarded tha Highest Medal at Vienna E. A H. T. 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The Editorial Column* will discus* all tin lopleeof th* day, while the Telegrams, By arrangemeuta uewly eneotad, will h< the rulleet and most exhaustive to be round In any paper of th* State, not be ing surpassed by thoa* of the SanFranoisoo dallies, The Local Columns H/ill contain a oomplew resume ot looal happenings and all matters ot bom* In terest £»AILY HERALdJ, by mall.l y*ar,..»lo 1)0 I months... 600 I months... si 60 Delivered In tb* City at 26 CENTS PER WEEK. THE WEEKLY HERALD! THEMS: Weekly 1 year by mai1....... 18 W " 8 month* I, i Ift • " 1 00 Payable Invariably in advance •Joseph D. Lynch rPBIaWHUB. LEGAL. SUMMONS. In the Superior Court Of the State of California, In a iq for tbe County of Loa Angelea. Francisco Greside, plaintiff, vs. Oliver Devillers, deiendant. Action brougutln the Superior Court of the State of California, In and for the county of Los Angeles, and the com plaint flled In said county of Los Ange les, lv tbe, office of the Clerk of said uu periorCourt. The People of the State of California send greeting to Oliver Devillers, de fendant. You are hereby required to appear In an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff In the superior Courtof the State of California, iv aad for the couuty of Los Angeleß, and to an swer the complaint filed therein, wHbin ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the Bertice on you of tbis summons —if served within this county; or, li served elsewhere, within thirty days—or Judgment by default will be taken against you aocording to the prayer of said com plaint. Tbe said action Is broueht to obtain a decree or this Court for the foreclosure of a certain mor gage described In the said complaint, and executed by tbe said O. Devillers 10C. Grastde, on theSdday ol October, i>76, to secure tbe payment of v oertaln promissory note, made on the 3d day of October, 1876, by O. Devillers, lor the sum oi MM gold coin, with interest at tbe rate of r 4 per cent per month from date until pa!d, and payable to the suid C. Grazlde; tbat tbe premises conveyed by said mortgage may be sold, aud lite proceeds nppited to the payment of $800 gold coin, with Interest at tbe rate of 1% per cent per mouth trom October;., 1878, and lor lo per cent as attorney's lees, as provided for in suid mortgage, and costs of suit; and in case such proceeds ure uot sufficient lo pay the same, then to ob tain au execution agalnsl ssld defendant for tbe balauce remaining due; auu also that the* riefeudaut and uf 1 persons claim ing by, through or under him.may be barred aad fuieelosed of all right, title, claim, ii. n, equity or redemption and irr terest in aud to ssid mortgaged premises' and forotberand further relief. Reiercnce is had to complaint for par ticulars. And you are hereby notified that if you fall to appear and arswer tbe said com plaint, as above required, the said plain tiff will apply to tbe Court for the rellel demanded in tbesaid complaint. Given uuder my haud and the seal of tbe Superior Court of the Stale of Cali fornia, in and fur tne county ot Los Ange les, this 4th day of March, in the year ot our Lord,one thousand eight hun dred and eighty-one. LSeal.l A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By A. RIMPAU. ueputy. Endorsed: WALTER D. STEPHENSON, mi-am Attorney for Plaintiff. Administratrix's dale of Real Estate. "\TOTIOE i 3 hereby Riven that in pur en j\ ance of an order of tbe Superior Court of the ccunty of Los Angeles, btate of Cal ifornia, madeon the 20th day of June. A. D. 1881, in the matter of tbe estate of Nicho las Quirolo, deceased, the undersigned, the administratrix of ttie estate of said deceased, will sell ut public auc tion, to the highest bidder, lor cash in gold colu of the United States, and subject to confirmation by said su perior Court, on FRIDAY, THE 15th DAY OF JULY, 1881, At 12 o'clock He, at the Spring street front o: the Court House, in tbe city and county of Los Angeles, all the right, title, interest aud estate of tbe said Nicholas Quirolo deceaoed, at tbe time of bis deatu, and all the right, title and lnterestthat the said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired other than or in addition to that uf the said Nicholas Quirolo at the time of his death, in and to ull those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying and being In the said city and county of Los Angeles, mate or California, and bounded and described as follows, to wit: Ist. All that certain piece or parcel of land situated iv the elty and couuty of Los Augeles, Stute of California, bound ed and described as follows, to wit: Bounded ou the west by Alameda street, on the uorth hy land of one Hitler, ou tbe east by Lover's lane, and on the south by said iane and ihe laudsol John M. Griffith and Thomas Dwyer, and be ing the sumo property conveyed to Nicholas Quirolo by deed of convey ance irom Maria Merced Tapia de Prud biimme dated January 16th, .878, record ed in Book No. 23 of Deeds, pages 414 et seq., Records ol Los Angeies. 2d. All tbat certain lot of land situate in the city and county of Los Angeles, Stale of Callforuia, and descrioed us follows: Commencing at tbo uorthwest oornerof upper Main and High streets, thence northerly along the west lino ol Upper Main Btreet twenty-live feet to lot of P. Casuave; theuco westerly along said lot forty-seven teet; theuce south erly, parallel with Upper Main sirect twenty-five feet to High street; theuce easterly along High street forty-seven feH to point ot beginning. Each of said two parcels of land will be sold separately. Tnrms and conditions of sale: Cash in United States gold colu, ten per cent, ot purchase money to be paid to tbe Ad ministratrix on the day of sale, balance onconfitmat on of sale by said Superior Court. Deed at expense of purobaser. REFUGIO QUIROLO. Administratrix of the estate of Nicholas Qmrole, deceased. June 22d, 1881. Certificate of Special PartucrMhlp. This Is to certify that tbe undersigned have formed a special partnersnlo, pur suant to the provisions of the Civli Code of the state of California. Tbat tbe name or firm under which suob partnership Is to be conducted is "J. W. Bixby & Co," Tbat the general nature of the business to be transacted Is raising and trading in cattle, sheep, horses and other Block, in cluding wool raising, dairy buelness, pasturing animals aud all other business incidental to such general business. That the names of all the general and special partners are as follows: Jobn W. Bixby, wbo resides in Los Angeles ooun ty, State of California; and Jotham U x by, wbo resides In tho same county and State, each and both of whom ure tlie general partners; and Isalas W. Hell man, who resides In the city and county of Los Angeles, in said State, who is the special partner. J hat said Isalas W. Hellman has con tributed the sum of ($10,6a0 07-100) six teen thousand six hundred und sixty-six 67-100 dollars as capital to the common stook, and as his portion of the capital of said partnership. That the principal place of business ol said partnership is and •hall be in said •ountyof Los Angeles, State of Califor nia. That the said partnership is to com mence on the IKb day of July, A. D. 1881, aud is to terminate on the Uth day of July, A. D. 1880. Dated at Los Angeles, this 9th day ol July, A. D. 1881. JOHN W. BIXBY. JOTHAM BIXBY. ISAIAS W. HELLMAN. $ STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I County of Los Angeles, j as * On tbe ninth day of July, one thous aud eight hundred and eighty-one, be fore me, Geo. s. Patten, a Notary Public, in and for said county, personally ap peared John W. Bixby, Jotham Bixby aud isalaßW. Hell man,known to me to be the persons described in, whose names are subscrlbedHo and who executed the foregoing Instrument, and each of them duly acknowledged .<> me that he exe cuted the same. In witness whereof, I bave hereunto set ray hand and affixed my official seal, at my offloe, in tbe said county of Los Angeles, the day and year first above written. [Seal.l GEO. S. PATTON, Notary Public in and for said county. In the Superior Court Of the county of Los Angelea, Btate of California. In the matter of the estate of Trinidad Yorba, deceased. Notice la bereby given that I, as Clerk of aald Court, have, uursuant to law, set TUESDAY, JULY 10th, 1881, at 10a.m., at tbe Court Room of said Court, In the Court House, city and county of Los An geles, Cal., as tbe time and place for proving the will of Trinidad Yorba, de oeased, and for hearing the application of Marcus Yorba and B. A. Yorba for the issuance to them of letters testamentary, wben and where any person Interested may appear aud contest tbe same. Said hearing will be had at said time and place before tbe Hon. V. E. Howard, Judgeof said Court, and the will above referred to ia now on file In my offloe. Dated July 7th,iBSi. IMl.] A. W. POTTS. _ ! Clerk. By E. H, Owaif, Deputy. j«MM LEGAL. Delinquent Sale—Notice. Los Angeles Mining and Smelting Com puny—Location ot principal place of oustness. Los Augeles, Los Angeles county .California—Location of works, Rnstlng Springs, Inyo county, Callfor uia. NOTICE. — There is delinquent upon the lollowiug described stock, on ac count of assessment No, 6, levied on the thirteenth day of May, 1881, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows: No. No. Na-iie. Cert. Shares. Am't. McKnight.WJ 44 25 $4375 McKulght.WJ 5t n 5260 McKnight.WJ 65 17 2i* 75 McKulght.WJ -78 ....... 32 66 00 McKnight.WJ 131 32 5600 Miuuson, J S 10 26» 437 60 slauson, Js 11 ?60 437 fiu Slauson, J S 77 309 60S 25 slauson, J s 90 1 I 76 Slauson, JH 109 12J 21360 slauson, J S 132 SU 817 75 Slauson, Js 167 88 11526 slauson, Js ..173......... 7 1225 Hiauson, J S 177 5 875 Maciiell.il L 47 10 1750 Macnell.HL t$ 10 17 50 Macnell.HL 5S 60 87 60 Macucil, a L 74 8 14n0 Macncll, fi L 82 80 5260 Macneil,HL *3 9 1575 Macuell.HL 13* 52 9>oo Macnell.HL 151 47 8225 Macnell.HL..: 18 5 876 Mitcueli, H L 185 711 1240 60 Macnell.HL 107 23 4023 Macnell. H L It* 1765 3071 25 Be.it. HK W 08 6 8 75 Gardiner, W p 46 20 35(0 Gardiner, W P 49 20 8500 Gardiner. W P bO H 17 60 Gardiner, W r* 79 22 3860 •Gardiner, WP 103 28 4900 Oardluer.WP U2..,; Is 26 25 Gardiner, W F lift 36 03 00 tUlllOtt, J M 45 lit 1760 Elliott, J M 75 7 1225 Elliott, J M 81 4 7 00 Elliott. I M 105 3 6 25 Elliott, J M ISH 8 14 00 McFadden, James...D6... 729 1276 75 BiXby.Joti.am 2a 200 350 00 Bixby,Jotham 26 200 85000 Bixby.Jotbaui 28 SOi 850 00 Bixby,Jotham 57 195 84i 25 Bixby, Jotham 84 33« 879 00 Bixby,Jotham 91 1 1 75 Bixby,Jotham 188 368 614 00 Bixby, Jot ham 175 5...... 8 75 Griffith, I M 29 100 175 00 Grin.th, J M 87 OGQ 87500 Griffith, J M 89 255 440 25 Griffith, 3 M 142. 191 334 25 Griffith, J M 179 41u 717 50 Ellis, C J lul 100 17500 Ellis, CJ 162 200. 8M)00 Ellis. CJ 153 89 155 7.1 Ellis, C J 171 26 4i50 Ellis, C J 180 52 91 00 EUIB, C J 181 6 8 76 Severance, Annie Crittenden 96 89 155 75 Severance, Auule Crittenden 151 28 49 00 Crittenden, H 64 2uo 88000 Crittenden, II 110 71 129 50 Crittenden, H 149 21 42 00 Crittenden. H 189 61 106 78 Morgan, H A 174 25 48 76 Elliott, J M,Trustee.io4 II 19 25 Elliott.J M,Trustee.l4s 3 526 McFadden, James, Trustee 124 28 49 00 McKadden, James, Trustee 148 9 15 75 Ivison, HarrletteS...l2o 120 210 OO lvlson.Harrieties.i44 87 64 75 And in accordance with law aud an or der of the Board of Directors made so many shares of each parcel of suid stock as may be necessary will be sold at pub lic auction, at tbe office of the company, Room 1 Temple Block, Los Angeles city, California, on Tuesday, the ninth (9th) day of August, 1881, at the hour or teu oviock a v. ot said day, to pay said delin quent assessment, together with cost of advertising and expenses ol sale. J. M. ELLlOTr.seeretajy. Office—Room 1 Temple Block, city and county of Los Angeles, California. SUMMONS. In the Superior Court ,of the State of Cal ifornia, in and for lhe county of Los Angeles. G. W. A. Pallett, plaintiff, vs James A. Stewart and Btttie Stewart, defendants. Action brought in tbosuperiorCourt of the State of California, iv and for the oounty of Loa Angeles, and tbe complaint hied In suid county of Los Angeles, in the of fice of the Clerk of said Superior Court. ThePeopleof tbe State of California send greeting to James A. Stewart und lift t it* Stewart, defendants: You aro bereby required to appear In an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in tbe Superior Court of the state of California, in and for the couuty of Los Angeles, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days—exclusive of lhe day of service—after tbe service on you of this summons—if served within this county; or, it served elsewhere, within thirty days—or Judgment by default wilt bu taken agaiust you, according to the prayer oi said complaint. The said action is brought to recover a Judgment against tbe defendant James A. Stewart lor the sum of $808 9s in gold coin, Willi inteicst tnereon at IJ4 per cent, per month trom the 291 b day of No vember, 1880, balance duo plaintiff from said btewart fur money loaned May 1, 1878, and tv foreclose a mortgage on block 2i. town of Downey, couniy of Los An geles, Htate of Call lor nia, given to secure said sum, aud which Baid mortgage is contained in a deed made by John U. Downey to plaintiff" on the 9th day of December, 1879, and which deed was made to plaintiff at the request of said -tewart and was intended as a mortgago to secure said sum, ami also to declare thcclalms of Betlle Stewart to said land subject to said mortgage, and for costs of suit. Reference is had to complaint for par ticulars. And you are hereby notified that if you fall to appear and answer the said com plaint as above required, the said plain tiff will apply to tho court for tbe relief therein demanded. Given under my hand and the seal of theSuperlor Court of the state of Califor nia, in and for the oounty uf Los Angeles, this second day of July, in tue year of our Lord one thousaud eight hundred aud eighty one. I Seat. I A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By A. uimpau, Deputy. GRAVES & CHAPMAN, Attorneys for Plaintiffs. Jy22-2m Petition for Pardon. In the Superior Court of the county of LfOJ Augelee, State of Califor nia. The People of the stato of California, Plaintiff, vs. Harry Holden and Fred Morris, Defendants. To Thomas B. Brown, District Attor ney of tbe county of Loa Angeies, Stato of California: Please take notico tbat it Is the intention of the undersigned to apply to His Excellency, George C. Per kins. Governor of tbe State of California, for tne pardon of Harry Holdeu anu Frederick Morris, convicted in the Supe rior Court of tbe county of Loa Angeles, State of California, on the ?—that Is to say, tbe said Harry Holden on the 11th day of April, A.D. 1881, and ths said Frederick Morris on the 12th day of April, A. D. 1881, of the crime of burgla ry, and by said Court sentenced to Im prisonment lv the State Prison of Ibe stato of California, and eacb of tbem for the term of years, respectively, to wit: tbe said Harry Holden for the term of 3 years and the said Frederick Morris for tbe term of 2% years. H. A. WATSON. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, l Oounty of Los An go lee. f BB A. J. Kin-, being duly sworn, deposes and says be la a citizen nf thel'nlted Stales and State of Calllcrnla, and over the nge ol 21 years; that he served the foregoing notloe onThoraaa 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, In aald oounty, on tbe 28tb day of June, A. D. 1881. A. J. KING. Subscribed and sworn to belore me, thU2Bih day of June, 1881. laeal.l A. W. POTTS, County Clerk aud <*-officio Oierk ol the superior Court of Los Angeles coun ty, Cain. By E. H.Owen, Deputy. J029 Notice to Creditors. Estate of Jacob L. Wright, deceased.— Notloe Is hereby given by the under signed, executrix oi tbe last will and tes tament of Jacob L. Wright, deoeased, to tbe creditors of, and ail persons having claims against tbe said deoeased, to ex hibit them, with the necessary Touch ers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said ex ecutrix, at tbe offloe of her attorney. No. 14 Temple Block, In tho olty of Los An gelea. In the county of Los Angelas, Stats, or California. Dated at Los Angeles, May 17,1881. ADA LINE WKIGHT, Exooutrlx, «tc., of Jacob L. Wright, d<* LEGAL. In the Superior Court, In and for the County of Los Au Seles, State of California. In the matter of the estate of Cnrmeu P. de Charles, deceased. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY ORDER OP SALE OF REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT UE MADE. Henry Charles, tho executor of the es tate of Carmen P. do Charles, deceased, having filed his petition herein, praying for an order of sale of the real esiate of said deeedeut, for tho purposes therein set forth. % It is thereforo ordered by tbe Judge of Baid Court that all persons lnteresied iv the estato of said deceased appear bo fore the said Superior Court on TUESDAY, THE SECOND DAY OE AUGUST, 1881, At 10 o'clock In the lorenoou of said day, at tbe Court Room of said Superior Court, ai tho Court House, In suid couuty of Los Augeles, to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said Henry Charleß, ezecuior, to sell so much of the real estate of the said de ceased carmen P. de Charles us shall bo necessary. ABd that a copy of this order bo pub llshed at least three successive weeks iv tho Los Augeles Dally Herald, a news paper printed aud published In said county of Los Augeles. SKPULVEUA, Superior Judge. Dated July 12,1881. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT" In aud for the County of Los An geles, Slate of California. Iv the matter of tbe estate ofl Vaclllio Jurado, deoeased. I ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY OR DER OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE. Henry Charles, tne administrator of the estate of Vaclllio Jurado, deceased, having filed his petition herein praying for an order ot suleof the real estate of said decedent, lor the purposes therein set forth. It Is therefore ordered by the Judge of said Court, that all persons Interested in tho estate oi said deceased appear before the suid Superior Court on Tuesday, the 2d day ol August, A, D. 1881. at teu o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court-room of said superior Coun, at the Court House, In the couniy of Los Angeles, to show cause whyanorder Bhould uot be granted to the said Henry Charles, administrator, to sell so much ol the real estate of the said deoeased as shall be necessary. And that a copy of this order bo pub lished at least three successive weeks lv tbe Los Augeles Daily Herald, a news paper printed und published In said couu ty ot Los Angeles. SEPULVEDA, Super'or Judge. Duted July 12th, 1881. NOTICE OK INTENTION TO BECOME SOLE TRADE It. In tho matter of tbe application of Mary Thoroughman to become a sole trader. Notice Is bereby given tbat I, Mary Thoroughraau, wlie of Jobn Thorough ill an , resident ot ibe county of loh An* geles. State of California, being desirous of availing myself of tbe provisions of Title XII, Part 111, of tbe code of civil Proof dure, Intend to make, application lo tbe superior Courtof tbe State of Califor nia, in ana lor tbe county oi Loh Ange ieß, at tbe court-room of said Court, In Baid county and Statn, on Monday, tbe 22d day of August, 1881, at 10 A. M ol tbat day, or as soon tbereaiter as the applica tions can be beard, for a Judgment and order of said Superior Court authorizing me to carry on and transact business in my own name aud on my own account as a sole trader. Tho nature of the business I propose to carry ou and conduct is tbat of selling milk, butter, chickens, egt;s, hoys, a few cattlo aud horses, a stnall dairy busi ness and farming un ft until scale. MAKY THOROUGH MAN. Walter D. stefhemson, Attorney for Petitioner. Jl4td In the Superior Court Of tbe Btate of California, in and for Los Angelea county. In the matter of the estate of l »»„ lA „n B. D. Wilson, deceased. WWt Notice Is hereby given that in pursu ance ol two orders of thu Superior Court of the State of California, in and tor Los Angeles county.one madeon the stn day ot May, 1880. and the other on tbe Isib day oi November, 1880, luthe matter of the estate of B. D, Wilson, deceased, the uudorslgned, the executors of said estate, will sell at private sale, to tbe highest bidder, for cash in goldcolnof lhe United Stales, and subiect to confirmation by Baid Superior Court, on or after THURSDAY, THE ELEVENTH DAY OF AUGUST, 1881, AU tbe right, title, interest and esta.ie of the said B. 1). WUson, deceased, at the time of his death, t and all the right, title and interest that tbesaid estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, ac qni.ed other tban or in addition to that of the said Intestate at tbo time of his death, In and to all those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land siiuato, ly ing and being in the said county of Los AuKeles, State of California, bounded and decrlbed as Culows, to wtt: First—Lot 10, range 5, of the Albambra tract, accord log lo survey thereor male by ceorge Hansen and recorded in the accords of Los Angeles county. Second—An undivided one*half of that certain tract ot land aituaied in said county aud known as "Oak Knoll," said tract being bounded on the north by lands of tbe Lake Vineyard Land and vVator Association: east by Home tract; south hy lauds of Carter & Eiohardson, and west by lands of Stoneman. contain ing one hundred and seventy (170) acres. Third—Also, tbe following lots of land, situate In what is known asthe"Albam bra tract," In said Los Angeles county, and being: Fractional lots 3 and 4. In range 2, con taining 5 acres. Lot 5, range 2, containing 5 acres. Lot 6, range 2, containing?. 4 acres. Lots 7 and 8, range 2, containing 10 acres. Lots 7 and 8, range 3, containing 10 acres. Lot 0, range 3, containing 5 acres. Lots 6 and 0, range 4, containing 7.4 acres. Lots 10,11 and 12, range 4, containing 15 acres. Lots 5 and 0, range 5, containing 7.4 acres. Lots 10,11 aud 12,rango 6, containing 15 acres. Lot 6,range 6, containing 2.4 acres. Terras and condition oi sale—Cash ia gold coin of the United States. Deed at expense of the purchase. Bids or offers maybe made at uuy time after the first publication of this notice and before the making oi tbe sale. All bids or offers must be in writing und aellvered to tbe un dersigned, J. Ue Bartb Shorb, personally, at his residence, near Sau Gabriel, Call, fornia. Dated July 25th, 1881. J. DE BARTH SHORB, MARGARET S. WILSON, Executors of tbe estate or B. D.Wilson, deceased. Jy2otd JXotleo to Otreditore. In the Superior Court of Loa Ange lea county, State of Callforuia. In tbe matter of tbe estate of MAT THEW KELLER, Deceased.—Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, execu tor of the last will and test ament of MATTHEW KELLER, deceased, to the creditors of aud all per sons having claims against the said de ceased ,to exhibit tbem, with tbe necessa ry vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of tbis notice, to the said executor, at his place of business, the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, In tbe elty of Los Angeles, oounty of Los Angeles, State of Califor nia. Dated May 14,1881. iSAIiS W. HELLMAN, Executor of tha last will and testa ment of Matthew Keller, deceased. mylft*4w Dissolution of Partnership. The St. Charles Barber Shop and Bath Rooms will benceiorth be conducted by the undersigned on bis own account, bis former partner, Mr. N. Keoh, having ri tlred from tho business. At LABONGE. Lo* Angels*, July U, MIL iWhlw LEGAL. Sale of Real Estate By Administrator with the will annexed. In tbe Superior Court of Los Ange les County, State of California. In the estate of Kosa Isabella D. Baldwin, deceased, Notice Is hereby given that in pursu ance oi the order o. said superior Court of the county of 1-os Angeles, tttalo ol Caliiomlu, made ou the thu day ol May, a. U. 1881, in thu matter of the estate ul' Hosa Isabella lialdwiu, deceased, the undersigned, administrator with the will uuuexed oi suid estute, will sell at private sale to the highest and best bid uor lor cash and subject to tho confirm ation ot said Superior Court, all the right, title, interest and esLitle of tho suid deceased at thu tlmo ul her death, and all the light, utle and interest the said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired otner than or in ad dition to that oi the said deceased at the timw oi her death lv and to those certain lots, pieces, or tracts ot lauu lying and being m the county ol Lot* Augeit-«, tttaio ot (jaiiiornia, and described as follows, to wil: l ust—Commencing at a forked willow treu about tt Inches through, marked W 15, lv black paint, which Is situated near the bunk oi the Zanja or Irrigating uitch und corresponds with and is Sla, 15 of v survey made in December, 11*70, by ii. Mi Johnson of lhe irrigable flat of mo Kancho JL.us jbuUz, reiereuce to which Is hereby more particularly made; theuce, lollowiug the ineanucr line 01 said (survey LH \S% degreos W one chain and seventy.eight ili>kn; thence JN 40^4degrees E 2.76 chains; theuce « 64)4 uegrees k 1.76 chain-: : hence JN 32fe deg rees E I.3dchain*; thence N '6% degrees W. I*2B chuius; theuce *n de grees w 9.5j ohains; theuce N 32y 4 de grees E 2.87 chums; thence in 87% degrees c 2.01 chuius (o siutiuu 2i oi John&on'a survey; thence in 78J4 dogreeH E 23.9(1 cuaius; .bunco s lo;4 degree* W 25.34 chains; tbcuco tt 74J4 degrees \V 10 ou chains; theuce N ou degrees W 8.00 Outuns tO the point OJ beginning the to tal aica oi the laud hereby conveyed being 04 5-luo acres id' luud. weeoud—Also tho one-tilth interest in abouid.BUoacte.-sOi that cerlaiu tract ol laud situate, lying uud being In the couuty oi ixw Augulea, .ntaiooi Califor nia, und more particularly described as follows, to wit; Cutninenclng at the river ol JLus Augeles, at uu oats tree, a laud-mark ot'tne runcho called '"jfrovi dencia," near a Uma ailu, and running iheuce southwesterly atoug tlie buuud ary live of said Hatioho Lv I'rovldencia to tho Aliso tree of the nopalero; theuce easterly to the ".\guugu de Moouveuga;" thence to a point iv itout of the "Aguuge uel ttauclto;" theucu in another stra.ght line passing directly through the Jforiez tieia to the river ot Auguics; theuco up the channel of the said river to the place oi beginning, tue luud hereby described being a purl of the Rauono Lou Folia, granted to Mange Yguaclo Verdugo by Mau uel Mieheitoreua Marcn 22, 1843, saviug aud excepting from the last übovu described tiact a ceriaiu parcel ol laud described us lollows; Commencing at a redwood stako iv mound vi stones marked i\ D. rt. 1, 4x4 iuches iv diame ter uud distant ly Uuks irom the ceuter oi the Cauul uud Heservoir Company's dltch'uud on north side of same, from whtcu point a live-ouk treu about 4 feet lv diameter aud marked B. T.tt. 1. i*. D. t bears » idfr degrees hi 277 chains dis tuut; uuotuor nve-oak uu opposite side 01 Heservoir Company's dl.en about leet in diameter, ulussed und marked ti, T. JN . 2 tt. 11*. U., bears tt otiJ- a degrees X 22y chains distant, aud is on tue west buna of a small gulch; Iheuce running a few Unas to the uurthwurd of Heservoir Company* dlLob XS 7B>» degrees VV 022 ouains to Nuudsloue ruck and slake marked ti, 2, ;i- liuks from center of uuch from whloh point a live oak tree about 2)ftleeliu uiaiueter near edge of ditch beats iN 411% digr.ees \V 3.2j chains uu taut, uuotuer uve-oak About same size beats IS 87?4degrees W about S.OUohains distant auu ofi coruer of Joati Paco's aione h juse nears IN 4u degrees V. 4.47 chaius and is 1.08 chains long by 27 links wide; as>camoie tree stauas about cen tre 01 rear nf hOUSOand is übout 7o links oisLuutiruin huUse; auoiher large live* oak on uoriu side of anu immedi ately ou edge of same bears ti &r> degrees Kl.ild chuius distuut; thence lollowtng Keseivoir aud ounut Compuuy's ditch up suoum JN '■ >; 4 degrees W 0.37 chs>iiib to a slake io links distant from center of duch and maiked t-i. 3; thciiceJN 88X de grees W 201 chains to a .stuko 27 uuks dm tan 1 from center ol ditch and marked M.4; theuco JS degrees rv 1.54 uhainn 10 a siuKe 27 links 1..-JU ceuter ol ditch and marked B, o; theuce JN oi' ■ degrees W B.UO ohams to a stuko 17 liuks irum center ol diicu uud maraed a 0; theuce IN o: 4 v- -jsv m \v 1.24 ohains toa stuke 11 Huh.', irom center ol dricu aud marked 7; inenoe JN U>J4 dtgrees W 2.o2chalus to a giaae 10 nuks Irum ceuter ot dilch uud marked o. 8; ihence M 13>£ dtgrees X 4.58 cuaius iti a sLake 11 liuks iioui ceuter ol ditch uud maiked >s. i); thence JS 2 de grees W 0.18 chains to asLuke distant 10 unks from Ceuiei of ditch aud marked H lo; thence IN 23>4 dt grees W 0.07 chains to a stake a3 liuks itQUk center oldiioh und muiked rt. 11, from which poiut v Uvo oak tree 2foeL iv diumeter ou inside of duch bears .-1 2i>J4 degrees X &0 links dis tuin; unoiher live oak same size, same siue oi uitch, bears n degrees X ~v links distuut; thence along ditch on hill* side IH h; 4 degt tes W O.JO chains toa stake 11 links from center of diioh arid marked rt- 12; theuce JN 3by 4 dtgrees w bM chains 10 siuke 10 links lr>.>m Ojnter of ditcn and marked tt. 13; iheuce xN -U'U degrees W r».03 cuaius 10 a stake murktd .s. 14; thence fn 0!4 degrees i - 14.03 chulns to a widow stump ula/.ed and murked with black 16] thence aiong ditch and edge ol small swamp N H% degrees W 1.78 chuius lv a stuke in Unas irom ceuter of duch and inaraou ti. 10; theuce JN I'i 1 ., de grees 1£ 2.76 chains to a stake 8 ilnas from center 01 ouch und marked ». 17; ihence a bG% degrees li 1.76 cuaius to a stake mai aud ». 18, ou easterly side ol flood gate ; iiieuce JN degrees X 1.36 ohatns, along Own tor Ol ruuuiug wuior of dilch aud luruugh a deep cut whloh crosses mil on point ot wuich Is located houso of it. Jfaco to staau marked S. 10; thence degrees W 228 chaius to astake muiked o. 20; thence JN 10*4 degrees W U. 03 cuaius to a SLuke 20 links from ceuter oiuiion uud inaiktid B.Bij iheuce JN 21 ■ + degrees ia. 2.87 chuius to v stake J8 links from ceutru of ditch and marked b. 22; ihence N 61% degrees is, 201 ohulus to stuke marked tt. 23; thonco JS 4}i degrees W 4.47 chains to stuke 25 liuks iioiuaUcn aud marked ti, 21; theuco in 11% degrees W4.lsohulus to v rtuuo 15 links from ditch and marked tt. 25; theuce jn WM de grees Jb &.2a chains to a stake 10 liuks from center ol dilch and marked ti. 20; theuce IN" li£4 degrees VY 2.82 chains to a stake marked tt. 2?; thence on side of hill between dlLch und road M de grees W 2.39 chuius to stake on edge oi road marked tt. 28; thenoe N 32% de grees W 0.W7 clialua to stuke on edge ol road and maiked is. 211; thenceN 20> 4 de grees W 4.87 chaius to a stake ou edge ol duch aud marked b. 30; Ihenoou.ong edge of ditou JN 33 degrees VV sou chains tv stake on euge of road and murked S. 31; thenoe N degrees VV 4.01 chains to a stake beiweou road aud dlLch and murked tt. 8SI; lhence along Canal aud Heservoir Company's dUch 2), degrees W 3.10 chaius to a Btake marked v. 33; theuce following meanders of river bank N t.;;., degrees h. 4.70 chaint. to v stake at head of deep wash und marked tt. 84; thence N degroea E 3.01 chains to a Htaku on edge of bank marked S. 85; theuce N 25 degrees X 4.26 chaius toa stako ou westerly side of zanja marked tt. 86; thence N degrees E 10.UUch.alns 10 stake marked rt. 87; theuce N 18 de grees E l.U7ohuiuHto a stake marked ti, 38. irom which point a willow tree mark ed B. T.B. 38 l\ D. bears N 41J4 degrees E 03 links distant; theuce ti 78*5 degrees te. 12.7U chaius tostake marked tt. 3d; thence tt degrees h. 7.04 chains lo slake marked tt, 40; thenne tt 1% degrees E 8.00 ehalus to stuae maiked tt. 41; theuce a 4 degrees w 14.84 chains to stake marked 8. 42; thenoe .s degrees E 11.62 abalni t > slake marked S. 43; tbeuce tt7424 degress E 1.11 chains to oak post In liueot willow f«noe marked tt.44 PD,; thence tt. l"'., dtgrees vv. 34.42 chains along said willow fence tostake in line of fenoe aud marked tt. 45; lhence 8. Ib% degrees E. 15.15 chains to stake marked S. 46; theuce tt. 39>4 degrees E. 11.68 chains to stake marked rt. 47; theuoe ti. de grees E. 6.86 chuius to htako marked tt. 4rf; thence 8.38 degrees E. 12.37 chains to p«st in line of willow lence at lnterrieo tion ofsaid fence witb L. A. C.W.W*. Co's ditch and maraed t'. I>. ti. 40; thence tt. M% degrees W. 808 chains along live willow fence to stake marked S. 50; thenoe N. 77 degrees VV. 6t) chalna to slake marked 8. 61; thence S. 68 degrees W. O.SrJ chains lo stake marked tt. 62; tbunco tt. i\2% VV. 14.50 chains tostake marked 8. £3; thence tt. 'i 1 * degrees W 10.13 chains to siase 4x4 inches In diameter In mound ol stonea and marked f. U. ti, I, the place of begin ning and containlug 323.32890 acres ol laud and beiug the same traot of land within the exterior bouudarles ofwhioh Is lneluded the 64 acre tract hereinbefore described, aud all of said lands being within the exterior boundaries of the Kancho "Los JKeliz" and luriniug apart thereof. Also, all the water rights, easements and servitudes to each of said different tracts belonging or In any way apper taining. bald sale will be made on or after the 9TH DAY OY JULY, 1881. All bids or offers must be lv writing itUUSit, LEGAL. street, Los Angeles olty, Csla., or may be delivered to toe administrator personal ly.or filed with the Olerk of said Superior Court, at any time after tha first publica tion of this notice and before the making of the sale. Terms and conditions of sale—Ten per cent, of the purchase money to be paid upou notice ot acceptance of bid, balance on colli nmiion ol sale by said superior Court. Deed at expense of purchaser. Dated Los Augeles. Oal., May Uth, 1831. JOltrJ M. BALDWIN, Administrator with the will annexed of the estate orKosa Isabella D. Baldwin, deceased. Eastmau, Haley, King A Ho hurls, At torneys for tho estate. Mortgage Sale. ftieoullon No. bW. In the .Superior Court of the Couuty oi Los Angeles,Htate of California. A. H. LOOMIS. Plaintiff, I vs. I JOSEPH 8. HUTCHINOB, ot al., f Defendants. J Under and by virtue of a decree or foreclosure aud order of sale entered in the superior Court of the oounty oi Los Angeles, mute of California, oa the 7th duy of July, A.D. 1881, and a writ of execution for tbe enforcement of Judg ment requiring sale of property under foreclosure of mortgage. Issued out of said court, annexed lo said deoree aud dated the nth day or July, 1881, In tbs above entitled aotlon and In ravor of A. It. Loomls, plaintiff, and against Jos ef) h 8. Uutchlngs, VV. 11. Thomas and H. B. Thomas, defendants, a certified copy of which said deoree of foreclosure, duly attested under the seal of said Court, on the 11th day of July, A. D. 1881, and de livered to me together with the writ an nexed thereto, on the said last men tioned day, wherby I am commanded to sell at publlo auction to the highest and best bidder for cash In U. 8. gold coin tha following and In said decree described real estate, to-wlt; The southern portion of lot eleven (111 ot the I Hyman tract, of the Kancho Baa Antonio, commenolng at the southwest corner of lot eleven (11) and running N 42 degrees east twenty-six 24-100 chains thence south 82% degrees east thirty-four 74-100 chains; thence south 42 degrees west twenty-two 82-100 chains to the northeast corner of the school house lot; thence along the line of said school house lot north eighty-two % degrees west teu |lU| cbains to the northwest cor ner oi said school house lot; thencssouth 42 degrees west twelve 17-100 chains to tba southwest corner of said school house lot; thence north H2% de grees west twenty-four chains ta place of beginning, containing sixty-five acres of land, saving and ex cepting therefrom that certain portion thereof conveyed by Joseph H inch lug. to 8. H. Muiry by deed of date January 26,1870, recorded In hook 14, page 421 oi deeds, of the records of said county, ref erence being made to said deed aud sard record thereof for a more particular de sorlptlon of said exeepted portion, to gether with all the water rights and privileges unto said land belonging. Also, a portion of lot (10) tan of I. Hy man tract of the Ranoho San Antonio, beiug the northeast corner thereof, and described as follows: Commencing at the northeast corner of lot (10) ten and running south 42 degrees west and twelvs 17-100 chains; thenoe north 82% degrees west (10) chains; thence north 42degress east twelve 17-100 chains; thence south 82% degrees eust (10) ten chains to place of begiunlng, containing ten acres of land. I! or a further and better descrip tion ot said lot reference is made te a map ofsaid I. Hyman tract of the Ran cho San Antonio, recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Los Angeles county, In book of aeeds, page 214, toget her Miriiuu the water rlgnts and privil eges thereunto belonging. Also, lorty shares ofstock in the San Antonio Irri gating Company, dated October 12,1876, standing on the books of said company in the name ot J. S. Hutcblns and en dorsed by blm to plaintiff. Public notice is hereby given that on WEDNESDAY, THE 3d DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1881, At twelve o'clock m. of said day, I will proceed to sell at th* Court House door, in the City and Count} of Los Angeles, Btate of California, at public auction, to tbe highest and best bid der, for cash in United States gold coin, tc satisfy said decree for principal and interest, attorney's lees, coßts, and all accruing costs, all tht, above described real estate, or so much thereof as may b<j necessary to satisfy said sums, Uiven under my hand, this the 12th day of July, A. I). 1881. WM. R. ROWLAND, Sherlft. Ky JAS, C. X .V Vs, Uuder Sheriff. School District Election Notloe. Notice Is hereby given to tbe qualified cleotors of Little Lake School District oi Los Angeies couuty. State of California, that au elcotiun will be held In said school district, at which the question will be submitted to said qualified elect ors: Whether bonds shall he issued and sold for the purse of building a new sohool bouse in said district and far fur nishing the same, suid eleotion will be held on Friday, tbe 12lh day of August, A. D. 1881, at tbs school house, in said district, Henry Eaton, William Ryla and 8. Foster have been appointed Jurlges to cominer said election. The polls will be open from 11 o'olock A. m. until 6 o'clock P. M. Ths amount of bonds proposed to be issued Is two thousand dollars; the de nomination ol sold bonds one hundred dollars eaoh; the rate of Interest eight per cent, per annum; and the time tbe whole or any part of said bonds are to run is teu years, subject to the provis ions of section 1887 ot the Political Code. Los Nietos Township, July 18,1881. W. A. BWITZBR, W. W. IiRR. WILLIAM RYLE, Trustees of Little Lake School District ol Los Angeles oounty, Jy2l-law-(W THE Bnrlinffton Weekly Mteye This paper, whiob is universally quoted may be had at any News Depot at 6 cents per copy. Annual subscription, post-paid, Agents ars wanted everywhere to take subscriptions and retain SO cents ia cash OD eacb annual subscriber. General Agents may send $1.28 per year. $1,000 IN THREE PREMIUM.. We will pay the agent tending ns tha lnrgest list of subscribers before Maroh 1, 1879, one tint elasa 7H octave, rosewood or walnut, NEW BOALE, UPRIGHT PIANO, full iron fra no, overstrung bast, thrsu unisons, patent improved agraffe bar ar rangement, Extba Rich, $860.00. This list to be at least 880 names. For the second list, not to be lets than 200 names, $100 in gold. For the third lilt, not to bs lest than 100 names, $60 in gold. For $18.00, at one time, we will sand ton copies one year, for $7.00, at one tine, we will lead tl ye copies one year. For three names and 16.00 we will send the Companion Scroll Saw and Drill, value $8.60, as a special premium. For five names and 810.00 we will tend the Companion Horoll Saw, Drill and Lithe, value (6.00, as a special premium, Address, HAWK EYE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Burlington, lews. VINE AND FRUITGROWERS. To Raise Large Crops you must irrigate, To Irrigate successfully, yon moat have tba power that doss not give out when the wind tails. blufkottar 4; Ghurchman Bret. Hom-Fow.i'■ piTimD rnacui lam. im.l Sever f.iiis to snpply mors water tban tout or five Windmills, even supposing yon have all the wind you want. It is also snltablo for running light machinery, such as Barley Crackers, Corn Snellen, Fanning Mills, Grain Separators, or for Sawing Wood, They ara never failing, cannot get out of order, easily worked, substantial, and always give tails taction wherever tbey bays been used. One Horse oan easily work two a. inch pumps witb . continuous flow of water. Forot tamos, from 8,000 to 10,000 gallon, par Lour. WINDMILLS of au kinds mtnnfMmrea to order Weill Bend, Windmills sad Bona. j^g^k^So^ LAWKOTtOB BBOS.,