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MILLIONS FOE DEFENSE. Bat Not Use Gent For Blackmail, is the Motto of the Total Wreck Company in Dealing With tbe Richmond Claim—The Other Side of the Important Mining Litigation. [Tucson Gitizen.i In Monday's issue of the Daily Citizen we published a statement of tbe suits that had beeu com menced against the Total Wreck Mining Company, calling in ques tion their title to the celeorateii Total Wreck mine, which has de veloped iuto oue of the largest bo anzas in the Territory. Although this is a civil suit it is attracting a great deal of atten tion, and its influence will be far reaching upon all the mining in terests of tbe Territory. It invol ves questions which capitalists at borne aud abroad want to have au tboritively settled—i. c., whether parties are secure lv the title to valuable property in Arizona. We are not disposed to favor need less litigation, but we do regard compromises which iuvolve princi ples as forming uuwise and danger ous precedents. It is unwise com promises made to secure unques tioned title witViout vexatious de lays of law-suits that has stimulat ed the jumping business to such an extent that it has seriously retard ed the development of our mines and kept out millions of dollars of capital that would now be opening up our rich mines and doubling and quadrupling our bullion out put. We therefore hope the prin ciples involved in this case may be judicially passed upon, that the public may know what to expect. A representative of the Citizen called upon Benjamin Morgan, at torney of the Total Wreck Compa ny, tp ascertain what they had to say of the pending litigation, and whether they bad any disposition to weaken. We could detect no signs of tbe latter, but every dispo sition was shown to push the mat ter to an issue. Iv order that our readers may uuderstgnd tbe case, we give a brief account of the locations which are the subject of the pros pective litigation: Tbe Total Wreck location was made in November, 1878, by Dil lon, Vail aud Harvey, consequent ly was not subject to relocation un der then existing laws for tbe pe riod of one year. In May, 18T9,1. D. Richmond, G. C. aud B. A. Hoskins, with James Vaugh as a guide, weut aud located the claim as the Richmond claim, and commenced work. As soon as Messrs. Dillon, Vail aud Harvey ascertained what was go ing on, they visited tbe claim and finding none of the parties there but tbe place where tbey had been at work, they wrote out and placed on the monument a notice that they claimed the mine and forbade _any more work. ~Tte Ricbmond claimants left at that time and have never returned or made any effort to return. They had, however, placed their location notice on record, and the Total Wreok people attempted to relieve themselves of that cloud upon their title, and commenced au action in the Distriot Court to quiet title. Tbe Richmond parties, through their attorney, James W. Gates, appeared in that astiou and filed an answer, settiug up title un der their location notice, ami also claiming tbe abandonment of the mine by the Total Wreck people. Tbis case came on regularly for trial, was tried, and upon testimo ny considered by tbeJudgeas suffi cient, a decree was entered quiet ing their title. Several mouths subsequent thereto, and witb tbis decree still in force and no step hevlug beeu taken.by the defend ants to disturb it, tbe Total Wreck Mining Company, of New York, purchased the property. The state ment that Oates was not their at torney, and did not appear for tbem, Is contradicted in the records, not only by his signature, as their attorney, to the pleadings, hut by bis affidavits. Aud the parties themselves treated and cousulted withbimas having charge of tbe esse. We also learn that the original locators of the Richmond claim bonded tbe property before tbe suit to one t». O. Smith, uf Missou ri, for the sum of $10,000, to be paid in ten months after the decis ion of tbe court establishing its title. It would appear that tbe bond is still in force, aud if in this suit tbe Richmond claim should be established, Mr. Smith can pay his $10,000 and take a mine Known to be worth millions. We suppose tbe Rescued from the Total Wreok Compauy, wbitjh has instituted tbis suit, chum by purohase directly from tbe origual locators of tbe Rhicbmoud cl >im. The Total Wreck Compauy assert that there is no possibility of tbe payment of a dollar towards a com promise, aud claim that if their title to tbe property is not a perfect one in law, then there Is no such thing as a peifect title in Arisona. They regret the litigation, but can not afford to'encourage this levy ing of contributions, so frequent In tbe mining sections of the country. The Total Wreck Company have expeuded upwards of $75,000 In the development of tho property, aud we hope as little delay as possible will be experieuced in the suits. The Territory cannot afford to have snch rich mines lying unproduct ive. Another Theory Busted. IDetrolt Free Presß.] A widow who was going to leave the city held au auction of her household effects yesterday, and everything went at prompt sale until little hut tho bedstead was left. Just before this was put up some of the women weut to spying around, and discovered that it waß infested with bedbugs. This fact was noised around until it came to the ears of the auctioneer, who mounted tbe box and said: "Words cannot express the poignancy of my sorrow over tbe base canard which has been put in circulation in tbis crowd. I have sold goods in tbis town for twenty nine long years, and this is the first instae.ee in which bugs have been permitted to step between me aud tbe purchasing public. Ladies and gentlemen, if there is a bug in or about that bedstead, X want to see him. I cannot and will not believe there Is. It would be a slander—a most foul slander on tbe charaoter of this worthy widow, who is about to remove to the State of Ohio." Being invited to step down and view toe bugs for himself he made an Inspection. They were there. Tbey were galloping In and out and up and down, and it was no use to dispute the fact. "Ladies and gentlemen," said tbe auctioneer as be resumed bis post, "I found bugs. I don't exact ly remembar the Latin name for them, hut they are there. And now let me talk to you as a friend. Bedbugs were not made for gaudy show, nor were they made for a life of ease. It is a law of nature that they should inhabit bedsteads. Tbey cau no mere go out under tbe barn and make a living than a dog can become an eagle and float through space. Tbe aversiou among you to tbis insect is found ed on false principles. His bite scarcely irritates the sleeper, but it cleanses aud purifies the blood. But for tbe bedbugs of thisoouutry, we would all have boils aud car buncles. They keep down warts. They cause moles to disappear. Give tbem a chance and tbey would remove corns without paiu. The great—" "Fifty cents!" called an old woman who remembered that sbe bad a remedy at borne. "Fiftycents! lam offered fifty cents for a $10 bedstead, and as I was going to say, tbe great Napo leon always asked for a bed with bugs in it. lam offered fifty cents, and yet Caspar had his bugs. I am —" "One dollar." "I am offered one dollar, and yet the poets or Greece immortalized the insects before you. This wid ow tells me that sbe has not had an acne or a pain since tbe first bug made its appearance. How many of you have read what Homer wrote of them? What was tbe fountain of Mozart's twelfth mass? And yet I—" "Two dollars." "And yet I hear only two dollars! Do you have headache? Are you h ill feted with giddiness? Do you have roaring in tbe ears?" "Three dollars!" "My friends, let me go borne and get my copy of 'Paradise Lost' and read to you one short chapter. What did Milton—" "Four dollars!" "Ah! I begin to see that art and culture are not uuknown to tbe audience. Did Alexander the Great have boils? Never, uot a one! And why?" "Five dollars!" "I am bid five dollars. I would like to quote one verse from a well known Latin poet, but time press es, and this bedstead is sold for five dollars, cash, on the nail. I will now direct your cultured attention to that cookotove with a cracked oven." VULCANIZED RUBBER. YORK Rubber and Packing Co. The alien and largest manufacturers hi America of Kubbor t ttUrios, ADAPTED TO MECHANICAL PURPOSES;. Invite the attention of ail who are inter, ested in the Bale or ÜBe of such articles to the high standard quality and low prices of their various manufactures, comprising Machine Belting, Steam Packing, Leading Hose, Suction Hose, Car Springs, Wagon Springs, Billiard Cushions, Grain Drill Tubes, eto. "TEST" HOSE. Made expressly for the use of Steam Fire Engines, and will stand a pressure of 400 Eounds per square inch. Officers of Fire lepartments requiring new hose will fdacJ this much superior in strength and quality to any other. Solid Emery Vulcanite W heels, A composition of Rubber and Emery, mak ing a very hard and uniform BUbstance of the nature of stone throughout. These wheels for grinding and polishing motalß, gumming saws, eto., are the moet econom ical and effective tools that oan be used. 38 and 38 Park Row. Maw York. JOHN H. OHEEVER, Treasurer. Price lints and further information may be obtained by mail or otherwise, on appli cation. VINE AND FRUIT GROWERS. To Raise Large Crops you must irrigate. To Irrigate successfully, yon mast hays the power that does not give oat when th« wind fails. Laaikotter & Churchman Bros, Hona-Powei'i Fibbuabt 13th. 1873.1 Never falls to supply more water than foot or five Windmills, even supposing yon have all the wind you want. It is also sultablo for running light machinery, such as Barley Crackers, Corn Shelters, Fanning Mills, drain Separators, or for Bawlng Wood. They are never failing, cannot get out of order, easily worked, substantial, and always give satis faction wherever they have been nsed. Ons horse can easily work two 6-inch pumps with a continuous flow of water. Force Pumps, from U.yoo to 10,000 calions par 1 our. WINDMILLS of all kinds manufactured to order Walls Bored, Windmills and Horse powers set In any part of the state, and re pairing or all kindi done. Manufacture] ana) lor sale by LAUVKOTTEB BUOH., Oar 10th and gaaramsmo Bts., 4ft JBJSv«m sf% Salary. J*"rn.n«nimifmn *n V 11II| J w,nte!l t° se " t'urHtaplcOfioosta OTJB OWN OOIiUMN. DAILY AND WEEKLY HERALD The Leading Paper OF Southern California. Will devote oolumnsto furthering the Interests of Los Angeles city and county and the Southern portion of the State. It Is the intention of the publisher to make THE HERALD A newspaper ol to* day, complete In all its details, and In every department Full and Reliable. Tbe Editorial columns will discuss all live toploaofth&day. whtio tbe Telegrams, By ai rangenieuls newly effeoted, will bt the fullest and most exhaustive to be id in any paper or the State, uot be irpassed by those Df tbeSanFranoisoo dallies- Tbe Local Columns Win oontaln a complete resume oi looal happenings and all matters ot borne in terest TERMS DAILY HERALD, by mall,l year...Blo 00 8 months... 600 1 months... 260 Delivered In the City at 25 €ENTS PER WEEK. THE WEEKLY HERALD 1 Weekly 1 year by matl..._ $3 00 " (months 1 up » " 1 00 ■ payable Invariably In advance Joseph D. Lynch PUHUSHK& LEGAL. SUMMONS. In tho Superior Court Of the State of California, lv a v for the County of Los Angeles. Francisco Graitde, plaintiff, vs. Oliver Devltlers, defendant. Action brought in the Superior Court of the State of California, lv and for the county of Los Angeles, and the com plaint filed in said county of Los Ange leß, lv tbe office of the Clerk of said su perior Court. The People of the State of California send greeting to Oliver Deviiiers, de fendant. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by tbe above named plaintiff in tbe superior Court of the State of California, In and for the county of Los Angeles, and to an swer the complaint filed therelu, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons —if served within this county; or, if served elsewhere, within thirty days—or judgment by default will be takeu ugtiiust you according to the pruyerof avid com plaint. The said action Is brought to obtain a decree of this Court for tbe foreclosure of a certain mortgage described in the said complaint, and executed by the said O. Deviiiers lo 0. Grazide, on the 3d day ol October, 1876, to secure the payment of a certain promissory note, made on tbe 3d day of October, 1876, by O. Deviiiers, for the sum of 'MOO gold coin, with Interest at the rate of 1% per cent per month from date until paid, and payable to the said C. Grazlde; that the premises conveyed by said mortgage may be sold, aud the proceeds applied to the payment of 9300 gold coin, with Interest at the rate of \% percent per month from October 3, 1876, and for 10 per cent as attorney's lees,as provided for in said mortgage, and costs of suit; and lv case such proceeds are not sufficient 10 pay the same, then to ob tain an execution against said defendant for the balance remaluing due; and also that the defendant and all persons claim ing by, through or under him, may be barred aad foreclosed of all right, title, claim, lien, equity of redemption and'n terest In and to said mortgaged premraps* and for other and farther relief. Reierence is had to complalut for par ticulars. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to uppeur and answer tbe said com plaint, as above required, tbe said plain tiff will apply to tbe Court for the relief demanded in the said complaint. Given under my hand aud the seal of the Superior Court of the State of Cali fornia, in and for tuecouuty of Los Ange les, this 4th day of March, lv tbe year of our Lord.one thousand eight hun dred and eighty-one. LSeal.l A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By A. RIM PA U. Deputy. Endorsed: WALTER D. STEPHENSON, mB-2m Attorney for Plaintiff. NOTICE. Application will bo made to (be Mayor aud Council of tbe City of Los Angeles, at tbe 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 and Charles Steru ot all the real proper ty bereaiter described: First—All that real property In the city ot Los Angeles, county of Los Ange les, State of Caliiornia, bounded and de scribed as iollows, viz; Commencing at a potut on the north side of tbe San Ga briel road at the east bank of zanja No. seven and runuiug thence along said north line of sau Gabriel road south til% degrees east 295 feet to the southern oorner of this tract, a bend in road; thence still along said north line of Sau Gabriel road north 61% degrees oast three hundred and eighty feet to tbe southern corner of lotot Maria Ygnacia Varela; thence along the divldiug line between the lots formerly owned by Jose Antonio Sanchez and lot of Maria Ygnacia Vare la north i.'6 degrees west 280 leet to the land formerly owned by Theodore Burs on the northwest bank of zanja No. sev en; thence aloug said northwest bank of zanja No. seven north 72 degrees east H8 5-10 feet to station four of tbe Hors tract; thence 63)6 degrees east 198 feet to station 5 ot the Bors tract; thence north 33% degrees east 310 8-10 feet to station 6 of the Bors tract; thence north 59% degrees east 66 feet lo station 7 of the Bors tract; theuce north 65% degrees east 205 9*lo leel to stiifcion 8 oi the Bors tract; thence north 69% de grees east 13) 9-10 feet to station 9of the Bors tract, in the fence of tbe land for merly owned by the widow Serrano; thence along said fence north 4 % degrees west3l7 5-10 feet to station ten of tbe Bors tract, hemic the northeast corner of this tract and to the iand of Louis Vigne; thence along tbe same south K.s ( 4 degiees west 1059 0-io feet to station 11 of the Bors tract; theuce down the east edge of the Los Angeles river south 14% degrees west 588 feet to station 12 of the Bors tract; thence south 3% degrees west 292 3-10 feet to station 13 eft' the Bors tract; thence south «7 degrees west 159 feet to station 14 of Bors tract; thence south 39% de grees east 130 feet to the point of begin ning, containing 21 69-100 acres, more or less, Second—All that real property iv the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Au geles, State of California, bounded and described as follows: Commencing at a point in the southeast Hue of the Mis sion road or road to San Gabriel, from which bears tbe southern corner of tbe picket fence of the Sanchez tract north 16 degrees east distant 78 feet and run ning thence along said southeast line of said road south 64% degrees west 75 feet toapointfrom which bears the north east corner of the junction of the San Gabriel and Sau Diego roads south 04% degrees west 112 feet distaut; thence Bouth 31% degrees east 75 feet; thence north 64% degrees east 75 feet; thence north 31% degrees west 75 feet to the place of beginning, heiug the lot some times known as the "Boarding-Blouse lot.*' Reference Is hereby made to petition, map and abstract of title on file with the undersigned, Clerk of said Council. Objectlous, If any there be, to the issu ance of such deed must be made in writing and nled at least one day before Bucb application with the undersigned. VV, W. ROBINSON, Clerk of the Council of the-Clty of Los Angeles. ■ Los Angeles, August Ist, A. D. 1831. Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. Notice Is hereby given that in pursu ance oi the order of the Superior Court of the county of Los Angeles, State of Caliiornla, made on the oth day of Au gust, A. D. 1881, in the matter of the es tate of Vaclllo Jurado, deceased, the undersigned, administiator ol said es tate, will «ell at private sale to the highest bidder for cash, in one parcel and subject to confirmation hy said Su perior Court, on MONDAY, THE 29tu DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1881, At 12 o'clock sr., at No. 8 Mohr Block, Spring street, iv the city of loh Angeles, county of Los Angeles, state of Califor nia. All bids or oners to Durchase must be in writing, addressed to S. Haley, at his office, as above stated, or to Henry Charles In person, at his residence in San Juan Caplstrauo. Ail the right, title, interest aud estate of the said de ceasedat tbe time of his death and all the right, title and interest that the said deceased has by operation of law or oth erwise acquired other than or in addi tion lo that of the said testate at the time of his death in and to all that un divided cue-half Ot) of that lot or parcel of land sitnate and lying in thesald city of Los Angeles, county of Loa Augeles, Slate of California: An undivided oue half (%) of 9 13-100 acres of land, sltuate ln the city of Los Angeles. State of Cali iornla; on the eait side of' Los Angeles river, bounded north by Chaparral street, west by the bed of Los Angeles river, east by the line ot said lot and Povla, aud south by Park'sproperty.the same containing 4 31%-100 acres. "Said lands are unimproved. Terms and conditions of sale—Cash;' ten percent, ot purchase money lo be paid when the bid Is made on the day of sale, the balance on confirmation of sale by said SuperlorCourt. Deed at expense of purchaser. HENRY CHARLES, Administrator of the estate of Vaoillio Jurado, deceased. August 8,1881. a9td 9£. DUFFY, Proprietor of the Kegel House, SANTA MONICA, Beg. to Inform the public that he apreads a FINE LUNCH and keep* EXCEL LENT LIQUORS. He also give* a FINE MEAL foi SSe. The public are) cordially In Tiled to st T , him ajoall. jeau LEGAL. Mortgage Sale. Execution No. 867. In the Superior Court of the County ol Los Angeles, tsmte of California. A. It. LOOMIB, Plaintiff, 1 vs. 1 JOSEPH S. HUTCHINGS, etal., f Defendants, J Under and by virtue of a decree ol foreclosure and order of sale entered in the Superior Court of the county 01 Los Angeles, state of California, on the 7th day oi July, A. D. 1881, and a writ of execution for the enforcement of Judg ment requiring sale of property under foreclosure of mortgage, issued out of said Oourt, aunexed to said decree and dated the 11th day of July, 18b 1, in tbe above entitled action and iv favor of A. R. Loomis, nlaintiff, and against Jos eph S. Hutchings, W. H. Thomas and H. b.TbomaH, defendants, a certified copy of which said decree of foreclosure, duly attested under the seal of said Court, ou theltthday of July, A. D. 1881, and de livered tome together with the writ an nexed thereto, on the said last men tioned day. wherby I am commanded to sell ut publio auction to the hlghestand beat bidder for cash in U. S. gold coin the following and In said decree described real estate, Lo-wit; The southern portion of lot eleven (II) oithel Hyman tract, of the Itancho San Antonio, commencing at tbe southwest corner of lot eleven (11) and running N 42 degrees east twenty-six 24-100 chains; thence south degrees east thirty-four 74-100 chains; thence south 42 degrees west tweaty-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 ten (10) chains to tbe northwest cor ner of said school house lot; thencesouth 42 degrees west twelve 17-100 chains to 1 ha southwest corner of said school house lot; theuce north %2% de grees went twenty-four chntns to place of beginning, containing sixty-five acres of land, saving and ex cepting therefrom that certain portion thereof conveyed by Joseph Hutchings 1 to a. H. Murry by deed of date January 26., 1870, recorded in hook 14, page 421 01 deeds, of the records of said county, ref erence being made to said deed and said record thereof for a more particular de scription of said excepted portion, to gether with all the water rights and privileges unto said laud belonging. Also, a portion of lot (10) ten of 1. Hy man tract of the Rancho San Antonio, being the northeast corner thereof, and described as follows; Commendus at the northeast corner of lot (10) ten and running south 42 degrees west aud twelve 17-lUochains; thence north degrees west (10) chains; thence north 42degrees east twelve 17-100 chains; tbeuce south 82 J 4 degrees east (10) ten chains to place of beginning, containing ten acres of land, tor a farther aud better descrip tion of said lot reference is made te a map ofsaid I. Hymau tract (if the Ran cho San Antonio, recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Los Angeles cou uty, in book of deeds, page 2 19, toget her witn al I the water rights and privil eges thereunto belonging. Also, forty shares of stock in tbe San Antonio Irri gating Company, dated October 12, 1875, standing ou tbe books of said company Inthenameof J. S. Hutcbins and en dorsed by him to plaintiff. Public notice is hereby given that on WEDNESDAY, THE 3d DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1881, At twelve o'clock v. of Bald day, I will proceed to sell at th* Conrt House door, in the City and Count) of Los Angeles, State of California, at Sublio auction, to the highest and best bid er, for cash in United States gold coin, tc satisfy said decree for principal and interest, attorney's fees, costs, and all accruing costs, all tho aboye described roal estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said sums. Given under my hand, tliid the 12th day of July, A. D. 1881. WM. K. ROWLAND, Sheriff. By JAS. C. KAYS, Under Sheriff. In the Superior Court |Of the State of Cal ifornia, in and for the county of Lob Angeles. G. W. A. Pallett,plaintiff, vs James A. Stewart and Bettie Stewart, defendants. Action brought in theSuperiorCourtof the Str.te of California, in and for the county of Los Angeles, and the complaint filed In said county of Los Angeles, In the of fice of the Clerk of said Superior Court. The People of the State of California send greeting to James A.Stewart and Bettie Stewart, defendants: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in 'tie Superior Court of the State of California, In and for the couuty of Los Angeles, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within teu days—exclusive of the day of service—after the service on you of this summons—ifservedwlthin this county; or, if served elsewhere, within thlriy days—or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer ot said complaint. The said action Is brought to recover a judgment against the defendant James A. Stewart lor the sum or IBtfB 9i iv gold coin, with interest thereon at 1% per cent, per month troni the 29ih day of No vember, 18SU, balance duo plaintiff from said atewart for money loaued May 1, 1878, and to foreclose a mortgage ou block 21, town of Downey, county of Los An geles, State of California, given to secure said sum, and which said mortgage Is coutained in a deed made byJohu G. Downey to plaintiff on the 9th day of December, 1«79, and which deed was made to plaintiff at the request of said Stewart and was intended a*j a mortgage to secure said sum, and also to declare theclaims of Bettie Stewart to said land subject to said mortgage, and for costs of suit. Reference Is had lo complaint for par ticulars. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said com plaint as above required, tbe said plain tiff will apply to the court for the relief therein demanded. Given under my hand and the seal of thesuperlor Court of the state of Califor nia, in and for the county of Los Augeles, this second day of July, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty one. [Seai.] A. VV. POTTS, Clerk. By A. lumpac, Deputy. GRAVES & CHAPMAN, Attorneys for Plaintiffs. Jy22-2m Petition tor Pardon. In the Superior Court of the county of Los Angelea, State of Califor nia. The People of the State of California, Plaintiff, vs. Harry Holden and Fred Morris, Defendants. To Thomas B. Brown, District Attor ney of the County of Los Augeles, State of California: Please take nolioo that it Is the tuteutiou of the undersigned to apply to His Excellency, George C. Per kins, Governor of tbe Stateof California, for ibe pardon of Harry Holden and Frederick Morris, convicted in the Supe rior Court of the county of Los Angeles, State ol California, on the ?—that is to say, the said Harry Holden on tbe 11th day ot April, A. D. 1881, and the 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 in the State Prison of the State of California, and each of tbem tor the term of years, respectively, to wit: thesald Harry Holden for the term of 3 years and the said Frederick Morris for the term of 2% years. H. A. WATSON. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, ) Oounty of Los Angelts. \ B A. J. King, being duly sworn, deposes and says he Is a citizen of the United States and State of California, and over the age of 21 years; that he served the foregoing noticeonThomas B.Brown,Esq. District Attornoy of the county of Los Angeles, state of California, by deliver ing to him a true copy thereof, at his of fice, in said county, on the 28th day of June, A. JJ. 1881. A. J. KING. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 28th day of June, 188). [Seal.l A. W. POTTS, County Clerk and ex-offlcio Clerk of the Superior Court of Los Angeles rmui t3 By E?H. Owes, Deputy. Je29 Notice to Creditors. Estate of Jacob L. Wright, deceased.— Nolice Is hereby given by the under signed, executrix ol the 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 tbe necessary vouch ers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said 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, Stats of California. Dated at Los Angeles, Hay 17,1881. AD ALINE WRIGHT, Executrix, etc., of Jacob L. Wright, as- ■ ceased. mylMw I LEGAL. In the Superior Court, In and for tbe County of Los An fi.e]e a i State of California. Id the matter of tiie 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 filed his petition herein, praying for au order of sale of tbe real estate of said deeedeut, for the purposes therein set fortb. It Is therefore ordered by tbe Judge of said Court that all persons Interested in the estate of 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, to show cause why an order should not be granted to tbe said Henry Charles, executor, to sell so much of the real estate of tbe said de ceased Carmen P. de Charles as shall be necessary. And that a copy of this order be pub lished at least three successive weeks in the Los Angeles Dally 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 and for tbe County of Los An geles, State of California. In the matter of the estate of) Vaoilllo Jurado, deceased, f ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY OR DER OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE. Henry Charles, the administrator of the estate of Vaclllto Jurado, deceased, having filed his petition herein praying for an order of sale of the real estate of said decedent, for the purposes therein set forth. It Is therefore ordered by the Judge of said Court, that all persons Interested In the estate of said deceased appear before the said Superior Court on Tuesday, the 2d day of August, A. D. 1831. at ten O'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court-room of Bald Superior Court, at the Court House, in the county of Los Angeles, to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said Henry Charles, administrator, to sell so much of the real estate of the said deceased as shall be necessary. And that a copy of this order be pub lished at least threo successive weeks in the Los Angeles Dally Herald, a news paper printed and published in said coun ty ol Los Angeles. SEPULVEDA, Superior Judge. Dated July 12th, 1881. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO BECOME SOLE TRADER. In the matter of the application of Mary Tboroughman to become a sole trader. Notice is hereby given that I, Mary Tboroughman, wlie of John Thorough man, resident of the county of Los An geles, State of California, being desirous of availing myself of the provisions of Title XII, Part ill, of tbe Code of Civil Procedure, intend to make application to the Superior Court of the State of Califor nia, in and for tbe county of Los Ange les, at the court-room of said Court, in said county and .state, on Monday, the 22d day of August, 1881, at 10 a. m. of that day, or as soon thereafter as the applica tion can be heard, for a Judgment and order of said Superior Court authorizing me to carry on and transact business in my own name and on my own account au a sole trader. The nature of the business I propose to carry on and conduct is that of selling milk, butter, chickens, eggs, hogs, a few cattle and horses, a small dairy busi ness and farming on a small scale. MARY THOROUGRMAN. Walter D. Stephenson, Attorney lor Petitioner. JUttl In the Superior Court Of the State of California. In aud for Los Angeles county. In the matter of the estate oi i v , , B. D. Wilson, deceased. j r *°' W6G ' Notice Is hereby given that la pursu ance of two orders of the Superior Court of the State of California, in aud for Los Augeles county, one made on the sth day of May, 1880. and tbe other on the 15th day ol November, 1880, in the matter of tbe estate of B. D. Wilson, deceased, the undersigned, tbe exeoutors of said estate, will sell at private sale, to the highest bidder, for cash In gold coin of the United States, and subject to confirmation by said Superior Court, on or alter THURSDAY, THE ELEVENTH DAY OF AUGUST, 1881, All the right, title, Interest and estate of the said B. D. Wilson, deceased, at tbe time of his death, .and all the right, title and interest t hat, .thesaid estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, ac quired other than or in addition to that of the said intestate at the time of his death, in and to all thosecertain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate, ly ing and being in the said county of Los Angeles, State of California, bounded and decribed as follows, to wit: First—Lot 10, range 5, of the Alhambra tract, according to survey thereof made by George Hansen and recorded in the jecords of Los Angeles county. Second—An undivided one-half of that certain traot of lind situated In saiu county and known as "Oak Knoll," said tract being bounded on the north by lands of the Lake Vineyard Land and Water Association' east by Home tract; south by lands of Carter A Richardson, and west by lands of Stone man, contain ing one hundred and seventy (170) acres. Third—Also, the following lots of land, situate In what is known as the "Al ham bra tract," in said Los Angeles county, and being: Fractional lots 8 and 4, lv range 2, con taining 6 acres. Lot 6, range 2, containlug 5 acres. Lot 8, range 2, containing 2.4 acres. Lots 7 and 8, rango 2, containlug 10 acres. Lots 7 aud 8, range 8, containing 10 acres. Lot 9, range 3, contaiulng 5 acres. Lots 5 and 8, range 4, containing 7.4 acres. Lots 10,11 aud 12, range 4, containing 15 acres. Lots 5 and 8, range 5, containing 7.4 acres. Lots 10,11 and 12, range 5, coutalalug 15 acres. Lot 6, range 6, containing 2.4 acres. Terms and condition o( sale—Cash in gold coin of the United States. Deed at expense of the purchase. Bids or offers may be made at any time after the first publication of this notice and before the making of thesale. All bids or offers must be in writing and delivered to the un dersigned, J. De Barth Shorb, personally, at his residence, near sau Gabriel, Call fornla. Dated July 25th, 1881. J. BE BARTH SHORB, MARGARET S. WILSON, I Executors of the estate of B. D.Wilson, (deceased. jy26td tVotioe to Creditorw. Iv the Superior Court of tbe county of Los Angeles, State of California. In the matter or the estate of KM ILK MARIN, Deceased.—Notice la hereby given by tho undersigned, adminis trator of tbe estate of Emile Marin, deceased, to the creditors of and all per sons having claims against the said de ceased, to exhibit and present them, with ; the proper vouchers, within four months from and after the first publica tion of tbis notice, to the said admin istrator at northwest corner of Allso and Alameda streets, in the city of Los Angeles, Cal. Dated Los Angeles, Cal., August 3,1881. JOSEPH BOIHMKKANC, Administrator of the estate of Emtio Marin, deceased. at-4w Notice to Contractors. Plans and specifications for the build ing of the El Monte- school house can be ■sen at the offlcs of Kysor A Morgan un til stasj 90th day of August, i Bids to ba opsned at 1 o'clock r. at. A- H. HOYT, fOTaWb, LEGAL. Sale of Real Estate By Administrator with the will annexed. Ia the Superior Court of Los Auge les County, State of California. In the estate of Rosa Isabella D. Baldwin, deceased. Notice Is hereby given that In pursu ance oi the order 01 said Superior Court of the county of Los Angeles, State of California, niado ou theOludayof May, A. I). 1881, iv the matter of the estate uf Uosa Isabella v. Baldwin, deceased, the undersigned, administrator with the will annexed of said estate, will sell at private sate to the highest and best bid der lor cash aud subject to the confirm ation of said Superior Court, all the right, title, Interest aud estate of the said deceased at the time of her death, and all tbe right, title and interest the said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, acquired other than or in ad dition to that of tho said deceased at the time of her death in and to those certain lots, pieces, or tracts of land lying and being in the county ol Los Augeles, State of Cuiliornla, aud described as follows, to wit: First—Commencing at a forked willow tree about 6 iuches through, marked 5 15, in black paint, which is situated near the bank of the zanja or Irrigating ditch and corresponds with and Is Sta. 15 of a survey made iv December, 1870, by H. M, Johnson of tbe irrigable fiat of the Kancho Los Fellz, reierence to which is hereby more particularly made; thence, lollowlug the meander line ot said survey N 0% degrees W one chain and seventy-eight links; thence N 46% degrees X 2.76 churns; thence S64\ degrees E 1.75 chains: thence N 32H deg reta E 1.35 chains; thence N3% degrees W. 2.28 chalus; thence a 16% de grees W 9.53 chains; thence N 82% de grees E 2.87 chains; theuceN 37% degrees 6 2.01 chains to station 23 of Johnson's survey; thence N 78% degrees E 23.90 chains; thence ft lu 1 ,., degrees W26.34 chaius; thenue S 74% degrees W 18.00 chalus; theuce N 00 degrees W 8.60 cuams to the point oi beginning the to tal aiea ol the luud hereby conveyed being 04 5-100 acre* of laud. Secoud—Also the oue-fifth Interest in about 3.800 acres of tuat certain tract ot land situate, lying and being lv the county oi .Los Angeles, tttato oi Califor nia, and more particularly described as follows, to wit: Commencing at the river of Los Angeles, at un oak tree, a land-mark ol the ranoho called *'Provi dencia," near a liuio Kiln, and running thence southwesterly along tbe bound ary line oi said Raucbo j_u Providencla to the Aliso tree of the uopalero; thence easterly to the "Aguage de Mocovenga;" theuce to a point in front of the "Aguage delSaucito;" theuco in unother straight line passing directly through the Porlezuela to the river of Los Augeles; thence up the channel of the said river 10 the place of beginning, the land hereby described being a part of the Kancho Los Fellz, granted lo Mang. Ygnacio Verdugo by Manuel Micheltoreua March 22, 1843, saving and excepting from the last above described tract a certain parcel ol land described as follows: Commencing at a redwood stake in mound of stones marked P. I>. s. 1, 4x4 Inches iv diame ter and distant 10 links from the center of the Canal aud Reservoir Company's ditch aud on uorth side of same, from which point a live-oak tree about 4 feet In diameter aud marked B. T. S. I. P. t>., bears N 43% degrees E 2.77 chains dis tant; another live-oak ou opposite side of Reservoir Company's ditch about 4* feet in diameter, blazed and marked B. T. N. 2S. IP. !>., bears S 66% degrees E 2.29 chaius distant, aud is on. the west bauk of a small gulch; lhence running a few links to the northward of Reservoir Compuny's ditch N 75% degrees W 0.22 cnains to sandstone rock and stake marked s. 2, 32 links from center of ditch from which point a live-oak tree about 2^lectin diameter near edge of ditch bears N 42% dtgeees W 3.2 i chaius dis tant, another live-oak about same size bears N 37% degrees VV about 3.00 chains distant anu bE corner of Jose Paco's aaobe house bears N 40 degrees E 4.47 chains and is 1.08 chains long by 21 links wide; a sycamore tree stands about cen tre oi rear of house and is about 75 links distant from house; anotber large live oak on north slue of ditch ana immedi ately ou edge of same hears ft 85 degrees E 1.23 chains distaut; thence following Reservoir and Uanal Company's ditch up stream N 45% degrees W 0.37 chains to a stake 10 links distant from center of ditch aud marked S. 3; theuceN 88)4 de grees W 2.01 chains to a stake 27 links distant from center ol ditch and marked H,4; theuceHs7J4 degrees W 1,84 chaius to a slake 27 links from center of ditch and marked s. 5; theuce N 61 % degrees W 3.05 chains to a stake 17 links irom center of ditch and marked S. 6; theuce N s%degiees W 1.24 chains to a stake 11 links from center oi ditch aud marked S. 7; thence N 03% degrees W 2.02 chains to a slake 16 links from center of ditch and marked s. 8; thence IS 13% degrees E 4.53 chains to a stake 11 links from center of ditch and marked a. 9; thence N2 de grees W tf.lB chains to a stake distant 19 links from center of ditch and marked S 10; thence N 23% degrees W 0.07 chains to a stake 33 links from center of ditch and marked H. 11, from which point a live oak tree 2 feet In diameter on E side of ditch bears a 29% degrees E 60 links dis tant; another live oak same size, same side of ditch, bears S 48% degrees E 60 links distant; theuce along diich ou hill side N 8% degrees W 9.30 chains to a stake 11 links from center of ditch aud marked H- 12; thence N 35% degrees W 5.82 chalus to slake 10 links Irom center of ditch and marked S. 13; thence N 40% degrees W 5.93 chains to a stake marked S. 14; thence N 9% degrees E 14.63 chains to a willow stump uiazed and marked with black paint s. 16; thence along ditch and edge of small swamp N 9% degrees W 1.78 chains to a slake 15 links from center of ditch and marked S. 16; thence N 46% de grees-E 2.75 chains to a stake 8 links from center oi ditch and marked S. 17; theuce S 68% degrees E 1.75 chains to a stake marked «. 18, on easterly side of flood gate; thence N 32% degrees X l,3sohains, along center of running water of ditch aud ihrough a deep cut which crosses hill on point of which is located house of K. Paco to stake marked S. 19; thence N3% degrees W 2.28 chains to a stake marked a. 20; thence N 16 k£ degrees VV 9.63 chains to a stake 26 links from center oi ditch aud marked 5.21; ihence N 22% degrees E 2.87 chaius to a stake 18 links from centre of ditch and marked ts. 22; thence N 87% degrees ta 2.61 chains to stake marked S. 23; thence JN 4% degrees W 4.47 chains to stake 25 links from ditch and_marked S. 24; thence N 11% degrees W 4:15 chalus to a stake 15 links from ditch and marked H. 25; thence N 35%de greesE5.25 chains to a stake 10 links from center of ditch aud marked 8. 26; thence N 11% degrees YV 2.82 chains to a stake marked S, 27; thence on side ol hill between ditch aud road N 12% de grees W 2.89 chains to stako ou edge of road marked S. 28; thence N 82% de grees W6.97 chains to stake on edge ol road and marked 8. 29; theuceN26% de grees W 4.87 chaius to a stake on edge of ditch aud marked S. 30; thence aiong edge of ditch N33 degrees W 6.00 chalus to stake on edge of road and marked S. 81; thence N 34% degrees VV 4.04 chains to a stake between road and ditch and marked S. 32; thence along Canal and Reservoir Company's ditch N 2H degrees W 8.40 chains to a stake marked H. 83; thence following meanders of river bank N 83% degrees E 4.70 chains to a stake at beau of deep wash and marked U. 34; thence N 41% degrees E 3.61 chains to a stake on edge of bank marked S. 35; theuceN 25 degrees E 4.26 chains to a stake ou westerly side of zanja marked S. 36; thence N 45% degrees E 10.00 chains to stake marked a. 87; theuce NlB de grees E 1.67 chains to a stake marked S, 38. from which point a willow tree mark ed B. T.S. 38 P. i). bears N 41% degrees E 63 links distaut; thence S 78 H degrees E 12.70 chains to stake marked S. 89; thence S 24% degrees X 7.64 chains to stake marked S, 40: theuce S 7% degrees E 8,00 chains to stake marked S. 41; thence 8 4 , degrees W 14.84 chains to stake marked S. 42; thence H 2% degrees E 11.62 chains to stake marked s. 43; thence S 74% degrees E 1.11 chains to oak post in lineot willow fence marked 8.44 F.D.; thence H. 10% degrees W. 34.42 chains along said willow fence to stake in line of fence and marked S. 45; thence S. 15% degrees E. 15.15 chains to stake marked S. 46; thence S. 89% degrees E. 11.58 chains to stake marked v. 47; thence S, 80% de grees E. 6.35 chains to stake marked S. 46; thence 5.38 degrees B. 12.37 chains to post In line of willow fence at intersec tion of said fence with L. A. C.W.W. Co's ditch and maraud P. I>. S. 48; thence S. 63% degrees VV. 8.08 chains along live wniow fence to stake marked S. 60; thence N. 77 degrees W. 59 chains ito stake marked S. 61; thence S. 68 degrees W. 6.86 chains to stake marked S. 62; thence S. 22% w. 14.50 chains to stake marked S. 83; thence S. ' 11% degrees W. 10.18 chains to slake 4x4 ' inches In diameter In mound of stones and marked P. D. 8. 1. tho place of begiu -1 ning and containing 323.32690 acres of 1 land and being the same traot of land within the exterior boundaries of which is Included the 64 acre tract hereinbefore described, and all ot said lands being 1 within the exterior boundaries of the Kancho "Lob Fellz" and forming a part thereof. Also, all the water rights, easements and servitudes to eaoh of said different tracts belonging or In any way apper taining. Bald sale will be made on or after the 9th DAY 07 JULY, 1881, All bids or offers mast be iv writing ana will be received at tbe oflloa of Messrs. Phillip* Baldwin, No, 07 Main LEGAL. J street, Los Angeles city, Gala., or may be delivered to the administrator personal ly ,or filed with the Clerk of said Superior Court, at any time after the first publica tion of this notice and before tbe making of the sale. Terms and conditions of sale—Ten per cent, of the purchase money to he paid upon notice of acceptance of bid, balance on coflrmatlon ol sale by said Superior COUrt. Deed at expense of purchaser. - Dated Los Angeles. Cal.. May 6th, 188K -j , , JOHN M. BALDWIN. Administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Rosa Isabella D. Baldwin, deceased. Eastman, Haley, King A Robarts, At torneys for the estate. Certificate or Special jPairtnex-slxip, This is to certify that the undersigned have formed a special partnership, pur-, suant to the provisions of the Civil Code of tbe State of California. That the name or firm under which such partnership Is to be conducted la "J. W. Btxby A Co." That the general nature of the business to be transacted Is raising and trading in cattle, sheep, horses aud other stook, ira eluding wool raising, dairy business, pasturing animals aud all other business incidental to such general business. That the names of all the general and special partners are as follows: John W. Blxby, who resides in Los Angeles coun ty, State of California; and Jotham Blx by, who resides In the same county and. State, each and both of whom are the! general partners; and Isalaa W. Hell-' man, who resides in the city and county of Los Angeles, iv said State, who is tbe special partner. *• That said Isaias W. Hellman has con tributed the sum of (816,666 07-100) six teen thousand six hundred and sixty-six. 67-100 dollars as capital to the common stock, and as his portion of the capital of said partnership. That the principal place of business or said partnership is and shall be in said county oi Los Angeles, State of Califor nia. 1 That the said partnership Is to com-/ mence on the Uth day of July, A. D. 188LT and is to terminate on the llth day of July, A. D. 1886. Dated at Los Angeles, this 9th day of* July, A. D. 1881. JOHNW.BIXBY. f JOTHAM BIXBY. f ISAIAS W. HELLMAN. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1 County or Los Augeles. j BS ' On the ninth day of July, one thous and eight hundred and eighty-one, be fore me, Qeo. s. Pat ton, a Notary Public, in and for said county, personally ap peared John W. Blxby, Jotham Blxby and IsaiasW. Hellman,known tometo b« the persons described lv, whose name* are subscribed to and who executed the foregoing instrument, and each of them duly acknowledged lo me that he exe cuted the same. Iv witness whereof, I have hereunto setmy hand and affixed my official seal, at my office, in the said county of Los Angeles, the day aud year first above written. [Seal.l GEO. S. PATTON, Notary Public in and for said county. Executor's Sale of Real Estate. Notice Is hereby shveu that in pursu-. ance of the order of the Superior Court of l Los Angeles county, California, made on the Bth day of August, A. D. 1881, in tht matter of the estate of Carmen P. d# Charles, deceased, the undersigned, ex ecutor of said estate, will sell at private sale to the highest bidder for cash In on* parcel and subject to confirmation by said Superior Court, on TUESDAY, THE 30th DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1881, At U o'cloak m. , at the office of S. Haley, No. 3, Mohr Blook, Spring street, Los Angeles city, coun ty of Los Angeles, California, or to Henry Charles personally at bis resi dence, San Juan Capistrano, in said Los Angeles county, Cala., all the right-, ti tle, interest and estate ot the said testate* at the time of her death, and all the right title and interest that the said testate has by operation of law or other wise, acquired other than or In addition to tbat ot the said testate at the time ot her death, In and to all thai piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being In' the said county of Los Angeles and de scribed as follows, to wit: That 40 acre tract of land in section 14, T6 8, range 8 W of S B M, beginning 17,20 chains S 42 degrees E from the NW corner (Station 2) or the Kauoho Boca de ' ra Playa, the same being tbe BE corner 1 of this tract; thence W 80 rods to the&W corner of tract; thence N 80 rods to NW corner of tract; thence E 80 rods to NE ' corner of tract; thence 8 80 rods to tbaJ SE corner of tract, tho point of begln-1 nl ug, containing 40 acres of land. \ Terms and conditions of sale: Ten per | cent, of the purchase money lo be paid to the executor on the day of sale; bal anceon confirmation of sale by said Su perior Court. Deed at expense of purchaser. HENKY CHARLES, Executor of estate of Carmen P. de Charles. alo-Sw Certificate of Co-Partnership KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES ENTS, that we, Edouard Naud, residing in the city of Los Angeles, county of Los • Angeles, Otto U- Weyse, residing In the city of Los Angeles, county of Loa An geles, Rudolf G. Weyse, residing lv the city of Los Angeles, county of Loa. Angeles, in the State of California, do j hereby certify and declare that we have organized and formed ourselves into a co-partnership, and we covenant and agree each with the other, to be co-part ners for the purpose of carrying and con ducting the business of wholesale and retail wine and liquor dealers, in tbe city of Los Angeles, county of Los Ange les, State of California, under the firm name and style of NAUD, WEYSE A CO. That the principal place of business of said co-partnership Is situated in tbeclty of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, and State aforesaid. That the names of all the persons in terested as partners in such business are above stated and signed hereto, and that such partnership will continue and be In force until further notice by us. In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals, this first day of November, A. D, 1880. E. NAUD. [Seal.l OTTO G. WEYSE. [Seal.l R. G. WBYSE. lSeal. | STATE OF CALIFORNIA, ) County or Los Angeles, j 88 On this second day.'of August, In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-one, before me, A. W. Potts, County Clerk aud ox-officio Clerk of tho Superior Court In and lor said county, personally appeared E. Naud, Otto G. Weyse and Rudolph G. Weyse, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the with in Instrument, and severally acknowl edged to me that they severally.exe cuted the same. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Court, the day and year In this certificate first above written. (Seal) A. W.POTTH, County Clerk and ex-offlclo Clerk of said Superior Court. By GRIKFIN JOHNSTON, Deputy. au7-4w Assignee's Notice of Sale L. W. KIRBY VS. HIS CREDITORS. By virtue of an order of sale made by the superior Court of the oounty of Los Angeles, State of California,in the above entitled cause, dated 81st day of May, 1881, whereby I am commanded to sell certain property of L. W. Kirby, the above named insolvent, notice is hereby given that on the 30TH DAY OF JULY, 1881, At 12 o'clock m. of said day, at tbe west* era 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. Kirby, in and to the following described prop erty: That certain lot of land situate In the towu of Anaheim, county ot Los Angeles, State or California, more particularly de scribed as town lot (No. 64) number 64 of the town of Anabelm, as per map of th c town of Anaheim on file in tbe county records of Los Angeles county, in tbe Re corder's office of said county, at tbe city and oounty of Los Angeles, Cel. Dated Bth day of July, 1881. • M. MEYBERG, Assignee of said Insolvent estate. H. M. MITCHELL, JBtd Attorney for Assignee. . , JulyWU, 1881,12 M. The above sale Is hereby postponed un tili Tuesday Aogast If, at 12 M. W. MXTBIBO, Assignee, etc.