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Bottled Lightning. One of tbe most important dis coveries of the age has just occur red In the ascertainment of the fact that electrical energy cau be stored In such a way as to he capable of transportation and preservation, apparently without limit of dis tance or time. Tbe test of this was made by sending a box oontainlug a Faure battery, in which a million foot-pounds of energy had been stored; from Paris to London. This "box of electricity" was sent to the laboratory of Sir William Thomson, who. io a letter to tbe Times, completely puth at rest all doubts as to the real importance of the discovery, aud relates some of tbe results of the experiment. He says "the million foot-pounds kept in the box during its seventy-two hours' journey from Pari* to Glasgow was no ex aggeration. One of the Faure cells, after being discharged, was recharged again by its owu laboratory battery, and then left to Itself absolutely undisturbed for ten days. After tbat it yield ed to use two hundred and sixty thousand foot-pounds (or a little more than a quarter of a million). Tbls not only confirms M. Re> nler'i measurements, on the faith of which your correspondent's statements were made; it serves further to show that the waste of thestored energy by time is not great, and tbat for days or weeks, at all events, it may not be of practical moment." Sir William then discusses the various uses to wbieh this discovery can be put, and shows tbat it is destined to be utilized most speedily in tbe elec tric lighting of houses and steam ship', though it is capable of being applied to the most various uses. By employing tbe Faure acsumu- JetorUHWill be possible to guard "against all the accidents which the present method of generating elec tricity for Illuminating purposes are liable to. Sir William inci dentally shows that tbe new prin ciple may be used to great advan tage in surgery, for he Bays: "A few days ago my colleague, Profes •or George Buchanan, carried away from my laboratory one of tbe lead cells (weighing about eighteen pounds) in bis carriage, and by it ignited tbe thick platinum wire of a galvanic eeraseur and bloodlessly removed a ncevoid tumor from the tongue of a young boy in about a minute of time. The operation would bave occupied over ten min utes if performed by the ordinary chain eeraseur, as it must have been had the Faure cell not been available." But it is evideut that tbe storage of energy thus found possible must render a hnndred matter* possible which have hith erto been impracticable, and tbat it must solve an equal number of scientific problems which have ..hitherto baffled experiment. It is, 10 fact, one of the very greatest dis coveries of the century, and it is at present abeolutely impossible to say what it may lead to. She Could not Climb. Talking across miles of country rather increases Ihe liability to mistakes. At least one rannot know so well who he is talking with. The other day John F. Wallack, of the Western Union Telegraph Company, related a bit of hie experience. It oc curred during one of the night storms so frequent last Hummer. The violence of the wind bad de tached tbe trunk quadruplex wire used for New York business, and the testing instrument located the break at tbe first pole west of Lewlsville, Md. Mr. Wallack called upon the operator tbere, and ordered that the break be fixed. "Can't go out to-night; storm is too bad," was the reply. "Storm or no storm, the thing baa to be fixed." "Well, I've got no ladder." "Go out and climb the pole." Tbis somewhat testily. "I can't climb the pole." "What's tbe reason you can't?" Uanager's temper going fast. "I'm a woman." Mr. Wallack had forgotten, in tbe press of business, that Lewls ville had a female operator, but when reminded of il he hired two boys to attend it. "When a bank official furnishes a sworn statement of the assets and liabilities of his bank to tbe Bank Commissioners, as data on which they are to judge of Its solvency, and when the same official appears before tbe Board of Equalization and swears that in tbe case of bank building; and fixtures tbe sworn value In the hands of the Batik Commissioners is fictitious, what is tbe public to believe regarding tbe whole schedule of assets and liabilities? Are tbey also ficti tious?"— S. P. Post. D. DESMOND, 2 llf 2 n MOW READY, THE New Fall Style Dress Hats BffF 1 F4 h LT e HiT g S." haP<, • 1B 80F " r THOMAS FAR RALL, Late of San Francisco, has opened a Art t»c lass Merchant Tailoring BBTABLIBHMENT, AT MW MAIN BTREST, Loa Angeles He Is a practloal tailor and cutter o£ 16 year* years experience. He has out In DOU88 » East and In San Franols o. HU terms are yery reasonable. aVCall and ue him. aDl9tr OPENING OF THE Occidental Restaurant. Ho. 118 Main St., Cardona Block. The table will be furnished with tbe Met tnat oan be procured in the market. Kegnlar meals, 25 cts. Mr ICE-CBEAM SALOON connected With the restaurant. my4-lm CHAS. WENZEL, Prop'r. I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE MAGNIFICENT Hotel del Monte MONTEREY, Will be Kept Open the Year Round. AMONG THE ATTRACTIONS ARE: AN ELEGANT HOTEL, SPLENDID COMPANY, LOVELY SCENERY, DELIGHTFUL DRIVES, MAGNIYICENT GROVES A GARDENS, MUSIC AND DANCING, RIVER AND OCEAN FISHING, SURF AND WARM SALT WATER BATHING and INCOMPARA BLE WEATHER. ■nrXo person Bhould visit San Fran. Cisco without going to Del Monte, if for only one day. Tie BatMnc EstaMisMent 18 UNSURPASSED. Spacious Swimming Tank, (ISOzSO feet) For WARM SALT WATER PLUNGE AND SWIMMING BATHS. asrELEGANT ROOMS for Individual baths, with DOUCHE and SHOWER facilities. •WSPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS"*** arFUK BRIDAL PARTIES."** TERMS:~By the day. $J; by tho weak, 817.50; by the month, 87Q. CEORCE SCHONWALD. Jy2B-2w Manager. BTOSIACH A&t *ITTER S Malaria Is an Unseen Vaporous Poison, spreading disease aud death iv many localtties, for which quinine Is no genuine antidote, but for the effects of tvhich Hestettpr's Stomach Bitters is not ouiy a thorough remedy, but a reliable preventive. To this fact there Is au overwhelming array of testimony, ex tending over a period of thirty years. A.ll disorders of tbe liver, stomach and bowels are also conquered by the Bit ters. *VFor sale by all Druggists and Deal ers generally. , FARMERS, ATTENTION! ' Baker & Hamilton, j 13 to 19 FRONT STREET, \ Ban Franolsoo, California, [ Are Sole Agents for the following I well known i ' AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS i ( Champion Reaper and Mower; < Genuine Btilralo Pitts Thresher; Bain Farm Wagon; J. I. Case's Celebrated Headers; Ames's Straw and Wood-Burning Engines; Star Moline Plows; I Sweepstake and Eureka Gang Plows, Etc, Etc. MANUPACTORY: Sweepstake Plow Company, i j SAN LEANDRO, : : OAL OUR OWN COLUMN. DAILY AND WEEKLY HERALD The leading Paper OF Southern California. Will devote column, to farthering the interests of Lo. Angeles olty and county and the Southern portion of the State. It , is the intention of the publisher to make I THE HERALD • Anewspaper ot the day, complete In all Its details, and In every department 1 Full and Reliable, Tne Editorial Columns will dlsou.s all | live toplosof the day. while the Telegrams, By arrangements newly effected, will bt the fullest and most exhaustive to be ! found in any paper of the state, not be t lngsurpassed by those of the San Francisco i dailies. The Mscal Columns | Will contain a complete resume ot local happenings and all matters ot home in terest. I DAILY HERALD, by mall,l year...Bll) 00 , 6 months... 600 s months... 260 Delivered m the City at 25 GENTS PER WEEK. THE WEEKLY HERALD! in jam At ( 1 TERMS: Weekl* 1 year by ma 11...... |8 00 " 8 month. m j 60 8 " too 1 Payable invariably In advance Joseph D. Lvach ; * PUBLISHER. 1 L LEGAL. SUMMONS. In the Superior Court Of the Btate of California, in a. . for tbe County of Los Angeles. Francisco Grazide, plaintiff, vs, Oliver DevilUrs, defendant. Action brought.n the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for tho county of Los Augeles, and the com plaint filed in said oounty of Los Ange ies, in the office of the Clerk of said Su perior Court, The People of the State of California send greeting to Oliver Devillers, de fendant. You are hereby required to appear In an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the superior Courtof tne State of California, in and for the county of Los Angeles, and to an swer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service > after the service on you of this summons —if served within this county; or, ii served elsewhere, withiu thirty days—or Judgment by default will betaken against yon according to the prayer of said com plaint. The said action Is brought to obtain a decree of this Court for the foreclosure of a certain mortgage described in the said complaint, and executed by the said U. Devflleis toC. Grazide, on the 3d day ol October, 1(76, to secure the payment of a certain promissory note, made on the 3d day of October, 1876, by O. Devillers, lor the sum ot $300 gold coin, with interest at the rate of Y% per cent per month irom date until paid, and payable to the said C.Orazide; that the premises conveyed by said mortgage may be -old. and the prooeeds applied tv the payment of $300 gold coiu, with Interest at the rate of 1)4 percent per mouth (rom October ;t, 187U, and lor 10 per ceut as attorney's lees, as provided for in said mortgage, aud costs <>' suit; and iv case such proceeds are not sufficient Lo pay the same, t lien to ob tain an execution against shid defendant for the balauce remaiuiug due; ami also that the defendant and all persons claim ing by, through or under him, may be barred aad foieclosed of all right, title, claim, lien, equity of redemption aad in terest In and to said mortgaged premises* and for other and further relief. Kelereuce is had tv complaint for par ticulars. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said com plaint, as above required, the said plain tiff will apply to the Court for tho relief demanded in the said complaint. Given uuder my hand aud the seal of thoSuperior Court of the State oT Call* fo t nla, in and for tnecounty of Los Ange les, this 4th day of March, in the year of our Lord,oue thousand eight hun dred and eighty-one. LSeal.l a. W. potts, Clerk. By A. K'MPAU. Deputy. Endorsed: WALTER. D. STEPHENSON, iuB-2m Attorney for Plaintiff. Administratrix's sale of Real Estate. NOTICE is hereby given tliat in pursn ance of an order ol the Superior Cuurt of the county of Los Angoles, Htate of Cal ifornia, madeon the 2Qtn day of Jane, A. I_>. 1881, in the matter of the estato of Nicho las Quirolo, deceased, the undersigned, the administratrix of the estate of said deceased, will sell at public auc tion, to the highest bidder, for cash In gold coin of tho United States, and subject to confirmation by said .su perior Court, ou FRIDAY, THE 15tii DAY OF JULY, 1881, At 18 o'clock m., at the Spring street front of tha Court House, in the city and county of Los Angeies, ail tho right, title, interest and estate of the said Nicholas Quirolo deceaoed, at the lime of his death, and all the right, title and interest I hat the said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired oiher than or in addition to that of the said Nicholas Quirolo at the time of his death, in and to all those certain lots, pieces or parcels of laud, situate, lying and being lv the said city aud county of Lob Angeles, Btate of California, and bounded and described nn follows, to wit: Ist. All that certain piece or parcel of land situated in the city and couuty of Los Augeles, State of California, bound ed and described as follows, to wit: Bounded on the west by Alameda street, ou the north by land o( one Miller, on the east, by Lover's Jane, and on the south by said lane and the lands of Job n M. Griffith and. Thomas Dwyer, and be ing the same property conveyed to Nicholas Quirolo by deed of convey ance trom Maria Merced Tapla de Prud homme dated Jauuary 18th, 1873, record ed in Book No. 230f Deeds, pages 434 et seq., Kecords of Los Angeles. 2d. All that certain lot of land situate In the city and county of Los Angeles, Slate of California, and descrioed us follows: Commencing at tho northwest cornerof upper Main and High streets, thence northerly along the west line ol Upper Main street twenty-five feet to lot of P. Casnave; theuce westerly along said lot forty-seven feet; thence south erly, parallel with Upper Main street twenty-five feet to High street; thence easterly along High street forty-seven feet to point ol beginning. Each of said two parcels of land will be sold separately. Terms and conditions of sale: Cash In United Slates gold coin, ten por cent, of purchase money to bo paid to tho Ad ministratrix ou tiie day of sale, balance on continuation of sale by said Superior Court. Deed at expense of purchaser. REFUGIO QUIROLO. Administratrix or the estate of Nicholas Quirolo, deceased. June 22d, 1881. NOTICE. Application will bemade to the Mayor aud Council of the City of Los Angeles, at the session of said Council to be held the 6th day of August, 1881, for a quit claim deed from said city to L. J. hose und Charles Stern of all the real proper ty hereafter described: First—All that real property in the city ot Los Angeles, cmuty of Los Ange les, State of California, bounded and de scribed as follows, viz; Commencing at a point on the north side of tne San Gu briel road at tho east bank of zanja No. seven and running thence along said north line ol San Gabriel road south 61!4 degrees east 295 feet to the southern coiner of this tract, ft bend iv road; thence still along said north line of San Gabriel road north 61% degrees east three hundred and eighty feet 10 the southern corner of lotot Maria Ygnacla Varela; thence along the dividing line between the lots formerly owned by Jose Antonio Sanchez aud lot of Maria Ygnacla Vare la north 26 degrees west 280 feet to the land formerly owned by Theodore Bors on tbe northwest bank of zanja No. sev en; thence along said northwest bank of zanja No. seven north 72 degrees east 118 5-10 feet to station four of the Bors tract; thence 63)4 degrees east 195 feet to station 5 ot the Bors tract; tbenee north 88K degrees east 310 8-10 feet to station 0 of the Bors tract thence north 59>£ degrees east 66 feet to station 7of the bors tract; thence north 63X decrees east 205 0-10 feet to station 8 01 the Bors tract; thenco nortn 694 de grees east 13i 9*lo feet to station Oof the bors tract. In the fence of tbe land for merly owned by the widow Serrano; theuce along said fence north 4J$ degrees wesl3l7 6-10 feet to station ten of the Bors tract, being the northeast corner of this tract and to the laud of Louis Vlgne; thence along the same south 884 degi ees west 1050 9-1U feet to station 11 of the Bors tract; thence down the east edge ot the Loa Angeles river south 14 degrees west 588 feet to station 12 of the Bors tract; thence south 3J4 degrees west 292 3-10 feet to station 13 of the Bors tract; thence south H7 degrees west, 159 feet to station 14 of-Bors tract; thence south 39)$ de gnyomwt ISO feet to the point of beglu- PjfoP containing 21 69-100 acres, more or W jfebond—All that real property in tho city of Los Angeles, county of Los An gelea, State of California, bounded and desorlbed as follows: Commencing at. v point in tbo southeast lino of tbe Mis sion road or road to Sau Gabriel, from which bears the southern corner of the picket fence of the Sanchez tract north 16 degrees east distant 78 feet und run ning thence along said southeast line of said road souih 61% degrees west 75 feet to apolnt from which bears the north east corner of the Jnnctlon of the San Gabriel and San Diego roads south 64% degrees west 112 feet distant; thence south 31% degrees east 75 feet; theuce north 64% degrees east 75 feet; thence north 81% degrees west 75 feet to the place of beginning, being the lot some times known as the "Boardtng-Houso lot." Reference is hereby made to petition, map and abstract of title on file with the undersigned, Clerk ofsaid Council. Objections, If any there be, to the Issu ance of such deed must be made in writing and filed at least one day before *uch application with the undersigned. W, W. UOBINSON, Clerk of the Council of the City of Loa Angeles. Los Angeles, August Ist, A.D. 1881. 2fr pT o At home «>i>_H WdmiXJ Samples worth".tl, ret, STnroM A Co., Portland, Me, marlsd LEGAL. Mortgage Sale. Execution No. 867. In the Superior Court of the County ol Los Angeles,stato of California. A. R. LOOMIS, Plaintiff, 1 vs. JOSEPHS. HUTUHINGB, etal., f Defendants. } Under and by virtue of a decree 01 foreclosure and order of sale entered in the Superior Court of the county oi Los Angeles, State of California, on the 7th day of July, A.D, 1881, aud a writ of execution for the enforcement of ludg* ment requiring Bale ol property under foreclosure of mortgage, issued out of said Court, annexed to said decree aud dated thu 11th day of July, 1881, in tha auove entitled action and in favor of A. R. Loom is, plaintiff, and against Jos eph S. Hutching*), W. H. Thomas and H. B. TbOfiUtfi defendants, a certified copy ol which said decree of foreclosure, duly attested under the seal oi Maid Court, ou the Uth day of July, A.D. 1881, and de livered to me together with the writ an nexed thereto, on thu said last men* turned day. whorby I am commanded to sell at public uuctiou to the highest and best biader for cash in U.S. gold coin thu following and In said decree described real estate, Lo-wit; The southern portion ol lot eleven (11) ol the 1 Hymau traot, of the Rancho sau Antonio, commencing at the southwest corner ol lot eleven (11) and running N 42 degrees east, twenty-six 24-luO chains; theuce southB2%degrees B«Mt thiiiy-loui 71-100 chains; thenoe south 4* degrees west tweuty-two 83*160 chains to tlie norlheastcornerol the school house toti thence along the line of said sehow house lot north eighty-two % degrees west ten (10) chains to the northwest co:* nor of said school house lot; i hence so uth 42 degrees west twelve 17-100 chains to iha soul b west corner of said school house lot; theuce north 82% de* grees wee t iweu ty -four chains t a place of beglnuing, containing sixty.five acres of land, saving ami ex cepting therefrom that certain portion thereof conveyed by Joseph Hutvhlngs to S. H. Marry hy deed of date January 1870, recorded In hook 14, page 424 Ol deeds, of the records of said county, ref erence being made to said deed and salii record thereof for a more particular de BOripUon of said excepted portion, to gether with all the water rights and privileges un to said laud belonging. Also, a portion of lot, (iOi ten of 1. Hy man tract of the Rancho Sau Antonio, being tho northeast corner thereof, and described as follows: eommeneinti al the northeast corner of lot (iv) ten and running south 42 dugreeswest and twelve 17-100 chains; thence north 82% degrees west (10/ chains; thence north 42 degiees east twelve 17-100 chains; thence south 82% decrees east (10) ten chains to place of beginning, containing ten acres of land. i< or a further and better descrip tion of said lot reference is made to a map of said I. Hyman tract of the Kan cho San Antonio, recorded iuthe office of the County Recorder of Los Angeles county, in book of needs, page 249, togeth er wltti all the water rights and privil eges thereunto belonging. Also, forty shares ofatook in the San Antonio Irri gating Company, dated October 12, 1875, standing on the books of said company tn the name of J. S. Hutch ins and en dorsed by him to plaintiff, Public notice is hereby given t hat on WEDNESDAY, THE 3d DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1881, At twelvo o'clock m, of said day, I will proceed to sell at th# Court House door, in the City antl Couniy of Loa Angeles, Stato of California, at public auction, to the highest and best bid der, for cash in United States gold coin, tc satisfy said decree for principal and interest, attorney's fees, costs, aud all accruing costs, all thu aboye described real estate, or bo much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy said sums. Given under mv hand, thil tho 12th day of July, A. D. 1881. WM. K. HOWL AN D, Sheriff, Hy JAS. C. KAYS, Under Sheriff. SUMMONS. In the Superior Court ,of the State of Cal iiornia, in and for tho county of Los Angeles. G. W. A. Pailett, plaintiff', vs James A. Stewart and Bettie Stewart, defendants. Action brought in theSuperiorCourtof the State of California, to and for the county of Los Angeles, aud the complaint hied Iti said county of Los Angeles, in tbe of fice of the Cleric ofsaid Superior Court. The People of the State uf California send greeting to James A.Stewart and Bettie Stewart, defendants: You are hereby required to appear lv an action brought against you by tho above named plaintiff in the Superior Courtof the State of California, in and for the county of Los Angeles, and to answer tho complaint filed therein, within ten days—exclusive of the day of service—after the service on jou of this summons—lf served within this county; or, if served elsewhere, within thirty days—or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer ol said complaint. The said action is brought to recovers judgment against tbo defendant James A. Stewart lor tho hum of $StiB 04 in gold coin, with interest thereon at 1% per cent, per mouth Irom the29thday of No vember, 1830, balance duo plain tiff from Bald (Stewart for money loaned May I, 1878, and to foreclose a moi tgayeon block 21, town of Downey, county of Los An geles, Slate of California, given to secure said sum, and which said mortgage is contained in a deed made by John 6. powney to plaintiff" on the Oth day of December, 1879, ami which deed was made to plaintilf at tho request of said Hie Wast and was intended as a mortgage to secure said sum, and also to declare tbeclaims of Bettie Stewart to said land BU bject to said mortgage, and for costs of suit. Reference Is had to complaint for par ticulars. And yon are hereby notified that If you fail to appear and answer the satd com plaiut as above required, the said plain tiff will apply lo the court for the relief therein demanded. Given under my hand and tbe seal of thesuperior Court of the state of Califor nia, in and for tbe county of Los Angeles, this second clay of July, In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty one. ISeai.] A. W. PUTTS, Clerk. By A. lixurAu, lioputy. GRAVES A CHAPMAN. Attorneys for Plaintiffs. jy22-2m Petition for Pardon* In the Superior Court of the county of Los Angeles, State <>f Califor nia. Tho People of the State of California. Plaintiff, ya, Harry Holden and Fred Morris, Defendants. To Thomas B. Brown, District Attor ney of tbe county of Los Augeles, state of California: Please take notice that it is the intention of the undersigned to apply to His Excellency, George C. Per kins, Governor of tbe State of California, for the pardon of Harry Holden and Frederick Morris, convicted In the Supe rior Court, of tho county of Loa Angeles, Htate ot California, ou the '.'—that Is to say, tbe said Harry Holden on the 11th day of April, A.D. 1881, and tho said Frederick Morris on the )2th day of April, A.D. 1881, Of the Crime Of burgla ry, and by said Court sentenced to im prisonment in the State Prison of the .state of California, and eacii of them for the terra of years, respectively, to wit: tbesaid Harry Holden for the term of 3 years and tbe said Frederick Morris for the term of V% years. H. A, WATSON. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, I County of Los Angelea. \ A' J. King, being duly sworn, deposes ahd says he is a citizen of the Putted States and State of California, and over the age ol 21 years; that ho served the foregoing notloe onThomas B.Browu.Esq. District Attornoy of the county of Los Angeles, Htate of California, by deliver ing to him a true copy thereof, at his of fice, in said county, on tho 281. b day of June, A. D. 1881. A. J. KING. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 28th day of June, 1881. rseal.f A. W. POTTS, County Clerk and ex-oQlclo Clerk of the superior Courtof Los Angeles coun ty, Cala. By E. H.Owen, Deputy. Je29 Notice to Creditors. Estate or Jacob L. Wright, deceased.— Notice is hereby given by tho under signed t executrix of tbe last will and tes tament of Jacob L. Wright, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to ex hibit them, with the necessary vouch, ers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the aald ex ecutrix, at the office of her attorney. No. 14 Temple Block, In the olty of Los An. geles, in the county of Los Angeles, State of California. 1 Dated at Los Angeles, May 17,1881. ADALINE WKIGHT, Executrix, etc, of Jacob L. Wright, da ceased. my!B-4w LEGAL. In the Superior Court, In and for tbe County of Los An gelee, State of California. In the matter of the estate of Carmen 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 Charles, deceased, having flled his petition herein, praying for an order of sale of the real estate of said deeedeni, for the purposes therein set forth. It Is therefore ordered by the Judge of said Court that alt persons interested In the estaLeof said deceased appear be fore the said Superior Court on TUESDAY, THE SECOND DAY" OF AUGUST, 1881, At 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the Court Room of said superior Court, at the Court House, In said county of Los Angeles, io show cause why an order should not begrauted to the said Henry Charles, executor, to sell so much of tlie real estate of tbe said de ceased carmen P. de Charles as shall be necessary. And thata copy of this order be pub lished ut least three successive weeks in the Los Angeles Daily Herald, a news paper printed and published in said county of Los Angeles. SEPULVEDA, Superior Judge. Dated July 12, 1881. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT In uud for tho County of Los An geies, Slate of California. In the matter ofthe estate of! Vaclllio Jurado, deceased. ( ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY OR DER OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE. Henry Charles, tne administrator of the estate ot Vaclllio Jurado, deceased, haviug filed his petition herein praying for an order of sate of the real estate of said decedent, lor the purposes therein set forth. It is therefore ordered by the Judge of nald CouM, that all persons Interested In tho estate ol said deceased appear before the said Superior Court on Tuesday, the 2d day ot August, A. D. 1881. at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court-room ofsaid Superior Court, at the Court House, in the couniy of Los Angeles, toshowcause why an order should not be granted to the said Henry Charles, administrator, to sell so much of the real estate of tbesaid deceased as shall be necessary. Aud that a copy of this order be pub lished at least three successive weeks in the l.os Angeles Daily Herald, a news paper printed and published iv said couu ty ol Los Augeles. SEPULVEDA, Sttper'or Judge. Dated July 12th, 1881. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO BECOME SOLE TRADER. Iv tho matter of the application of Mary Thoroughman to become a solo trader. Notice Is hereby given that I, Mary Thoroughman, wile of John Thorough man, resident or the county of Los An goles, State of California, being desirous of availing myself of the provisions of Title XII, Part ill, of the code of Civil Procedure, intend to make application to the Superior Courtof the Stato of Califor nia, in and for the county ot Los Ange les, at the court-room of said Court, in said county nnd State, on Monday, the 22d day of August, 1881, at 10 A. at, of that day, or ns soon thereafter as the applica tion can be heard, for a judgment und orderof said Superior Court authorizing me to carry on and transact business in my own name nud on my own account as a sole trader. The nature of the business I propose to carry on and conduct is that of selling milk, butter, chickens, egws, hogs, a few cuttle aud horses, a small dairy busi ness and farming on asmall scale. MAKY THOROUGHMAN. Walter 1). Stephenson, Attorney for Petitioner. jlttd in the Superior Court Of the Stato of California, in and for IjOB Angeles county. the matter of the estate of» Kn lMa B. D. Wilson, deceased. J wo * lUtiU * Notice Is hereby given that In pursu ance of two orders of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for Los Augeles county, one made on the sth day ot May. 1380. and the other on the 15lli day 01 November, 1880, in tbe matter of the estate of B. D. Wilson, deoeased, the undersigned, the executors of said estate, Will seii at private sale, tothe highest bidder, for cash in gold coin of Ihe United States, and subject to confirmation by said Superior Court, on or after THURSDAY, THE ELEVENTH DAY OF AUGUST, 1881, All the right, title, interest and estate of the said B. D. Wilson, deceased, ut tbe time of his death, ,ttnd all the right, title and interest that tbesaid est ate has, by operation of law or otherwise, ac quiied other than or in addition to tbat of tbo said intestato at the time of bis death, in and to all I hose certain lots, pieces or parcels of land sit uate, ly ing and" being In the said county of Los Augeles, State of California, bounded and decribed as follows, lo wit: First— Lot 10, range 5, of tho Alhambra tract, according to survey thereof malo by tieorge Hansen and recorded lv tho accords of Los Angeles county. Second—An undivided one* half of that certain tract ot land situated in Bald county aud known as "Oak Knoll," said tract beiug bounded on the north by lands of tbe Lake Vineyard Land ami vVater Association; east by Home tract; smith by lauds of Carter & Richardson, and west by lands of Stoneman. contain ing ono hundred and seventy (170) acres. Third—Also, the following lots of land, Situate in what is known as the "Alham bra tract," in said Los Angeles county, and being: Fractional lots 3 and 4, iv range 2, con taining 5 acres. Lot 5, range 2, containing 5 acres. Lot 6, range 2, containing 2.4 acres. Lots 7 and 8, range 2, containing 10 acres. Lots 7 and 8, range 3, containing 10 acres. Lot 9, range 3, containing 5 acres. Lots 5 and 0, range 4, containing 7,4 acres. Lots 10,11 and r2, range 4, containlug 15 acres. Lots 6 and 6, range 5, containing 7.4 acres. Lots 10,11 and 12, range 5, containing 15 ncres. Lot 6,range 6,containing 2.4 acres. Terras and condition 01 sale—Cash in gold coin of the United States. Deed at expense of the purchase. Bids or offers maybe made at any time after the first publication of this notice and botore the malting ot thesale. All bids or offers must bo in writing and delivered to the un dersigned, J. Ue Barth Shorb, personally, iit his residence, near San Gabriel, Call, for nia, Dated July 25th, 1881. J. DE BARTH BHOBB. MARGARET 8. WILSON, Executors of the estato ot B. D.Wilson, deceased. Jy2(Jid School District Election Notice. Notice is hereby given tothe qualified electors of Little Lake School District of LoS Angeies couniy, State of California, that an election will be held in said school district, at which tbe question will be submitted to said qualified elect ors: Whether bonds shall be issued and sold for the purse of building a new school house in said district and for fur nishing the same. Said election will be held on Friday, the 12th day of August. A. D. 1881, at the school house, in said district. Henry Eaton, William Kyle and S. Foster have been appointed Judges to conduct said election. The polls will be open from 11 o'clock a. m. until 6 o'clock p. m. The amount of bonds proposed to be issued Is two thousand dollars: tbe de nomination of said bonds oue hundred dollars each; the rate of interest eight per cent, per annum; and the time ihe whole or any part of said bonds are to run la ten years, Bubject to the provis ions of section 1887 of the Politicaf Code, Los Nietos Township, July 18,1881. W. A. SWITZEK, W. W. ORR, WILLIAM RYLE, Trustees of Little Lake School District of Los Augeleaceunty. Jy2Haw-sw LEGAL. Sale of Real Estate By Administrator with tho will annexed. In the Superior Courtof Lob Ange les Couuty, Btate of California. In the estate of Rosa Isabella D. Baldwin, deceased. Notice 13 hereby given that in pursu ance oi the order 01 said Superior Court of iho county of Los Angeles, state of Caiuoinla, madeon the6tudayof May, A. D. 1881, in the mutter of the estato of Kosa Isabella v. Baldwin, deceased, the undersigned, administrator with tho will annexed oi said estate, will sell at private sale to tho highest uud best bid der lor cash aud subject to the confirm ation ol said Superior Court, all the right, title, interest and esuUe of the said deceased ut iho time of her death, and all the right, title aud lnierest tho said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired oLher than or in ad dition to that 01 tho said deoeased at the llinu 01 her death in and to Lhoso certain lots, pieces, or tracts of lund lying and being In tho county ol Los Angeles, state ol Caliiornia, aud described us follows, to wit: First—-Commencing at a forkod willow tree about 5 Inches through, marked Hls,in black paint, which lb situated near the bank ot tho zauja or irrigating uitch and corresponds wuh aud Is Sta. 15 of a survey made in December, 1870, by ti, M. Johnson of the irrigable flat of tne Rancho Lus Fella, reiereuce to which is hereby uioio particularly made; thence, lollowiug the meanuer line of said survey N 9% degrees W one chain and beyenty-eigbG liuks; theuce N 4b%degrees E U.io chains; tlienee rt6434 degrees E 1.75 chains: thenoe N 32)fi deg rees E I.Bschains; thence N3% degrees W. 2.28 chaii.s; thenoe JN I»J4 de grees W 9.s3chains; tbenee N $2y A de grees E 2.87 chains; thence is 37)4 degrees Hi 2.01 chains to station 2( oi Johnson's survey; thence is 784 degrees E 23.96 chains; theuco H 10)4 degiees W 25.34 chains; thenoe S 74% degrees W 10.ou ohains j theuce IS ou degrees VV" 8.60 cuaius to the point, ot beginning the to* tat uiea oi ' Vv lund hereby conveyed being 61 5-100 acres of land. Second—Also tlio one-fifth Interest in about 3.800 acres oi that certain tract ot lund Mtuate, lying and being in the county ol i_os Augeles, Htate Ol Calllor nia, and more particularly described as follows, to wit: Commencing at the river of Los Angeles, ai an oaa tiee, a iuu*l-murk of the rancho called *'Provi deneia," near v lime Kiln, und running thence bom hwesterly aioug the bound" ary line ol aald Kuucho La Providencia to the Aliso tree of the nopulero; theuce easterly to the "Aguaga ue Moooveuga;" theuce to a point in liont of the " Aguage del Saucito;" thencs in another sua.gut lino passing directly through the Fortezuoia to the river of Los Augeles; theuco up the channel of the said river to tho place oi beginning, the land hereby described being a part of the Rancho Los Feliz, granted to Mang. Ygnucio Vordugo by Manuel Micheiloreuu March 22, 1843, saving and excepting from tho last above described tiact a certain parcel ot laud described us follows: Commencing at a redwood stake In mound of stones marked P. D. s. 1, 4x4 Inches in diame ter and distant It* liuks trom tho center of the Canal and heservoir Company's dilch and on north side of same, irom which point a live-oak tree about 4 feet in diameter and marked B. T. S. L P. D., bear* N 48% degrees E 277 chains dis taut; another nve-oak on opposite side 01 ReservoirCompauy's diich about iH feet in diameter, biased and marked ii, T. JN. 2S. IP. D., bears S 60y a degrees E 22y chains distuut, and is ou the west, banK of a .small gulch; iheuce running a. few liuks to the northward of Reservoir Company's ditch N 75)4 degrees W 622 Chains to sandstone rock uud Stake marked s. 2, Si links from center Of ditch from which point a live-oak tree übout 2*4 leet iv diuuieter near edge of dilch beardN degrees W 3.2 i chains dis tant, another live-oak -*;bout same size bears N 87% degress W auout 3.oociuuua distant and bE corner of Jose Paco's adobe house t.euis JN 4'J degrees E 4.47 chains and is 1.68 chains long by 27 links wide; a sycamore tree stands about cen tre ot rear of nouse and is about 76 links distant irom house; another large live oak on uortn side of ditch auu immedi ately on edge of same beat s S 65 degrees E I.23chains distant; thence lollowiug Resecvotr and Uanai Compauy's ditch up Stream N 45% degrees W 6.37 chaius to a stake iv units distant from center of ditch and marked w. 3; thence N 88)4 de grees W 2.61 chaius to a stako 27 uuks distant from center 01 ditch aud marked 5,4; iheuee degrees w 1.84 chains to v stake 27 links from center 01 ditch and marked s. o; thence N 54% dtgrees W 3.05 chains to a stake J7 liuks from center of ditch and mai ked s 6; thence N 5% degrees W 1.24 chains toa stake 11 Unas from center of ditch aud marked S. 7; theuco JN 68*4 degrees VV 2.02 chains to a slake 10 links from center of ditch and marked S. 8; theuce N 16% di grees E 4.58 euaius to a stake 11 liuks from ceuter of ditch and marked S. 9; thence N«2 de grees W 6.18 chains to a .stake distant 10 unks from center of ditch and marked & lv; theuce JN 28)4 dtgrees VV 0.07 chaius to a stake 83 links irom cent er oi diich and marked 18,11, from which point alive oak tree 3feet in diameter on fa} side of duch bears S 2!1% degrees E &0 links dia tani; another live oai£ same size, hame side of uitch, bears S 48)4 degrees E u0 links distant; theuco aioug ditch on hill side eh B>4 deques W U-30 chaius toa stake 11 links from Oeutei of ditcn and marked y. 12; iheuce JN 35% dtgrees W 5.82 chains to stake 10 links from center of duch and marked S. 13; ilieno-j N 4u% degiees W 5.03 chains to a slake marked y. 14; thetieu „n 9)4 degrees E 14.63 chains to a willow stump biased aud marked with black patntS. lo; Lhence along ditch and edge of small swamp N 9% degrees VV 1.78 chains to a stake 10 units Horn center of duch and marked S. 10; thenoe N 46% de grees E 2.75 chains to a stake 6 iluas from cenier 01 uuch and marked s. 17; thence a 08% degrees E 1.75 euaius to a stake marked s* 18, on easterly side of flood gate; thence JN 32>i degrees E I,Bschains, along cenier oi running water of dilch aud through a deep cut which crosses hill on poiul oi which is located house of K. Puco to stake marked S. 19; theuce N3)4 degrees W 2,28 chains to v stake marked s, 26; theuco JN 16!>4 degrees W* 9.i,3 chains to a stake 2li liuks from ceuter ol uitch and maiked 5.21; theuce N 22% degrees E 2.87 chaius to a SLake 18 links from centre of ditch and marked rs. 22; theuce N 37)4 degrees Jt) 2.61 chains to siake mark* d S. 23; theuco in 4)4 degrees W 4.47 chains to stake 25 links from ditch and marked s. 24; thence is 11% degrees W 4.15 chains to a stake 15 links from dilch and marked M. 25; thence JN 35>ide grees E b.iia chains to a stake lo links from center ot ditch and maiked s. 26; theuco N 11% degrees VV 2.32 chains to a stake marked 5,27; lhence on side ot hill between ditch and road N 12% de grees W 2.b9 chains to stake on edgd oi road marked &. 23; theuce N 32% de grees W 5.y7 chains to stiake on edge of road and maiked c. 20; thenoe N 20>i de grees W 4.87 chaius to a stako on edge of ditch aud murked s. 30; theuco moug edge of ditcn JN«3 degrees W 500 chains to stako wu eugo of road and marked S. 81; theuco N 3454 degrees W 4.04 chaius to a stake between road and ditch and marked S. 32; theuce aioug- Canal and ReservoirCompauy's ditcn Ei 2H degrees W 3.40 chaius to a stake marked y. S3; thence following meanders of river bank N 83)4 degrees hi 4.70 chains to a. stake at head of deep wash und murked y.34; ihence N 41% degrees E 3.61 chains to a stake on edge of bank marked S. 83; thence N 25 degiees E 4.20 chains to a stake on Westerly side of Battle, marittd S. 36; lhence N 45% degrees E 10.60 chains lo stake marked «. 37; thence N 18 de greesE 1.67 chains lo 11 stake marked S, as. irom which poiul a willow tree mark ed B. T.S. 38 P. d. bears N 41% degrees E 63 links distant; theuce S 78J4 degrees E 12.70 chains tostake markeds. 39; ihence s 24 & degrees hi 7.64 chains to stake marked S, 40; thenne S 7% degrees E 8.00 chaius to slake marked s. 41; thence » 4 degrees W 14.81 chains to stake marked S. 42; theuce 8 2% degrees E 11.62 chains to stake marked s. 43; theuce S 74% degiees E I.U chains to oak post in line of willow fvnoe marked 8. 44 P D.; thence S. 10% dtgrees \V. 34.42 chaius along said willow fence to slake lv line of fence aud marked 8. 45; lhence S. 15% degrees E.*15.15 chains to slake marked S. 46; thence S. 89% degrees E, 11.58 chains to stake marked h. 47; thence S, 80% de grees E. 6.85 chains to stuke marked S. 48; thenoe 8.38 degrees E. 1'i.37 ohains to pest in line 0/ willow teuce at intersec tion ofsaid fence wilh L. A. C. W.W. Go's ditch and maraed P. D. S. 49; thence S. 63% degrees W. 863 ohains along live wulow fence to stako marked S. 5o; thence N. 77 degrees W. 69 chains to stake marked S- 51; thence S. 58 degrees W. 6.88 chains to stake marked 8. 62; thenoe S. 22% W. 14.50 chains to stake marked S. 63; thence 8. 11)4 degrees W. 10.13 chains to stake 4x4 inches In diameter in mound ot stones and marked P, D. 8. I, tin- place of begin ning aud containing 323.32690 acres ol laud and being the same truct of laud within the exterior boundaries of which is included the 64 acre tract hereinbefore described,and all of said lands being within the exterior boundaries of the Hancbo "Los Feliz" and forming a part thereof. Also, all the water rights, easemeuts and servitudes to eaoh of said different tracts belonging or in any way apper taining. Said sale will be made on or after the 9TH DAY: OF JULY, 1881. All bids or offers must be lv writing And will bo received at the office of Messrs, Phillip * Baldwin, No, 67 Main iiilMM (nn LEG AII street, Los Angeles olty, Gala., or may be delivered tothe administrator personal ly ,or flied with the Clerk of said Superior Court, at any time after the first publica tion of this notice and before the making of the sale. Terms and conditions of sale—Ten per cent, of (he purchase money to be paid upon notice ol acceptance of bid, balance on cofirmatlon of sale by said (Superior Court. Deed at expense of purchaser. Dated Los Angeles, cal., May 6th, 1881. JOHN M. BALDWIN. Administrator with tbe will annexed of the estate of Kosa Isabella D. Baldwin, deceased. Eastman, Haley, King & Ro harts, At torney* for the estate. Cei'tiliecito oi" Special Partnership, This Is to certify that the undersigned have formed a special partnership, pur suant to the provisions of tho Clvti Code of the State of California. That the name or firm under which such partnership is to be conducted is "J. W. Bixby <& Co. 7 ' That the general nature of the business to be transacted is raising and tradlug in cattle, sheep, horses and other slock, in cluding wool raising, dairy business, pasturlnganimals and all other business incidental to such general business. That the names of all the general and special partners are as follows: John W. Bixby, who resides In Los Angeles ooun ty, Slate of California; and Jotham Bix by, who resides in the same county and State, each and both of whom are the general partners; and Isalas W. Hell mau, who resides in the city and oounty of Los Augeles, In said State, who is the special partner. That said Isalas W. Hellman has con tributed the sum of ($16,686 67-100) six teen thousand six hundred and sixty-six 67-100 dollars as capital to the common stock, aud as his portion of the oapltal of said partnership. That the principal place of business of Raid partnership is and shall be tn said county of Los Angeles, State of Califor nia. That the said partnership is to com mence on tbe 11th day of July, A. i). 1881, and is to terminate on the 11th day of July, A. D. 1880. Dated at Los Angeles, this oth day of July, A. D. 1881. JOHN W. BIXBY. JOTHAM BIXBY. ISAIAS W. HELLMAN. STATU Of 1 CALIFORNIA, t„. County of Los Angeles, f On the ninth day. of July, one thous and eight hundred and eighty-one, be fore me, Geo. S. Patton, a Notary Public, in and lor said county, personally ap peared John W. Bixby, Jotham Bixby aud isalas W- Hellman,knowntometobe the persons described In, whose names are subscribed to and who executed the . foregoing instrument, and eaoh or them duly acknowledged lo me that he exe cuted the same. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand aud affixed my official seal, at my office, iuthe said county of Los Angeles, tue day and year first above written. [Seal.! GEO. S. PATTON, Notary Public in and for said county. Assignee's Notice of Sale L. W. KIRBY VS. HIS CREDITORS. By virtue of an orderof sale made by tbe superior Court of the county of Los Angeles, State of California,iu the above entitled cause, dated 31st day of May, 1881, whereby I am commanded to sell certain property of L. W. Klrby, the above named insolvent, notice is hereby given that on the MOTH DAY OF JULY, 1881, At 12 o'clock m. of said day, at tbe west, crn door of the Court House, Spring street, city and county of Los Angeles, I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, the right, title and In terest of the said Insolvent, L. W. Klrby, in and to the following described prop erty: That certain lot of land situate in the town of Anaheim, county of Los Angeles, State of California, more particularly de scribed as town lot (No. 54) number 61 of the town of Anaheim, as per map of the town of Anaheim on file In tbe county records of Los Angeles county, In the Re corder's office of said county,at theclty and county of Los Angeles, Cal. Dated Bth day of Jmy, 1881. M. MEYBERG, Assignee of said insolvent estate. H. M. MiTCHFLL, JHtd Attorney for Assignee. July 80th, 1881,12 M. Tho anove sale is hereby postponed ud till Tuesday August 16. at 12 M. M. MEYBERG, Assignee, Ac. Dissolution of Partnership* The St, Charles Barber Shop and Bath Rooms will henceforth be conducted by the uuderslgned on his own account, his former partner, Mr. N. Recb, haviug re tired from the business. A; LABONGE. Los Angeles, July 21,1881. 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