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Doing Development in Arizona. [Bulletin.! The aiining divideoils of Arizona this year are nearly as great as those of California. In all proba bility next year Arizona, iv the Salter of productive uiities, will •d all tbe other Btates anJ Terri tories Id the Uuion. It is by no meaqs certain tbat gold and silver mining will be tbe best-paying in dustries. Coal and copper may tarn out to be the must valuable minerals In the Territory. For a long time to pome the agricultural * resources of Arizona will hardli ne adequate for a homo supply. Ir rigation is a necessary condition uf •uocessful agriculture, and that Will only be possible In the vicini ty of rivers and creeks, lhe rainy ■eaaonsetloa mouth ago in that Territory, and tbe rainfall was so •udden and great that dams were carried away and the rivers ami roads broken up. If aridity Is one extreme, rain storms are some times another. Only a very few et tbe mines are paying- any profit as set iv Ariz una, but the number is proportionately as great as iv Califoruia or Nevada. A correspondent of the New York Tribune, writing from Ari zona, describes at length its min eral resources: "Strange as it may appear, cop per is at present the best paying interest In tbe Teriito.-y. The ex traordinary discoveries io the Mule Mountains little more than a year ago, tbe ease with which the ore oan be mined and fused, and the large per cent, of tbe metal obtain ed, bave wrought a temporary rev olntlon. A hutjte mass of ore was unfolded on tbe side of the moun tain overhanging what is known |b*>j Mule Pass, about thirty miies from Tombstone, and a reductlou furnace was built at a cost of $25, --000. Tbe other initiatory expenses did not exceed $15,000, aud the mine, now known as the Copper Queen, paid from the first. The mass of oro, for it can hardly he oalled a (rue fissure vein, appears to pass through the bowels of tbe mountain, and experts are unable to oouiecture the amount of metal •towed away, Tbe extensions of tbis mine and the surrouudlug claims make an equally flattering exhibit. The Copper Queen was •old In April to capitalists in New York and New England for $1,250, - 000, tbe heaviest mining transac tion that has yet taken place in the Territory. The Clirton Copper Company has been quietly reaping • harvest from its property in the southeast, but tbis discovery with ite satisfactory results gave a 11 ve ly impetus to copper mining, ami Within six months some finds of marvelous richness have beeu made in other districts. Iv Silver Salt, about forty miles southwest !"so»VTucson, copper, ore has beeu found *iv 'Immense quantities, yielding iv some instances a larger per cent of tbe metal than the mines of Mule Pass; anil between Tucson and Casa Oraude veins of copper bave beeu uncovered which threaten to rival those mentioned above. Copper is found all over the Territory by itself or in com bination witb other metals, and tbis universal prevalence will eventually depreciate tbis inter est." It is said tbat the cost ol the re duction of copper iv the mines of tbe Lake Superior country is ut S resent much less than iv Arizona, lut tbere is still one fact in favor of tbe latter. Exteusive deposits of coal have reoently beeu found, and much of tbis is said to be of tbe very best quality. There have been recent discoveries of vast coal fields in the Deer Creek Valley aud also in the vicinity of the Casu Grande. "The coal is of superior quality and mines beautifully. Hereto fore tbe copper companies have purchased their supplies of coks in San Francisco at an average cost wben delivered of $60 per ton. it oan readily be seen how great a re daction will be effected in working copper when this article of prime necessity oan be bad for from $10 to $20 per ton. Tbis, added to aheap transportation, which may possibly result from the railroad extension now In progress ami iv contemplation, may measurably dissipate the fears of ttie timid. Tbere is another clearly-detiued ap prehension among copper men. Silver Is seldom found iv Arizona ..unaccompanied by copper in some of Its numerous tortus, anil in pros pecting tbe cupper veins iv many instances rich silver teams have been encountered, which have given rise to the impressiou that the copper formatiou will not be permanent, but tbat it will gradu ally obaDge to silver ore as depth is attained." The same writer expresses the opinion that silver mining will, at er all, be the great iudustry of tbe country. Silver is found in every county in tbe Territory, and lv rock formations which defy geological science. And because the formations were unlike those which old miners had encountered In California and Nevada, they, for a time, underrated the resources of tbe Territory in this respect. It would be a singular turn of events If Arizona should be the greatest ■liver-producing country in the Union. But tbat is really what 0 Bam., stomach _ d a> *ITTE* S Malaria is an Unseen Vaporous j*elson, spreading disease and deal h In many localities, for which quinine is no genuine antidote, but for the effects of wbioh Be.tetter's Stomach Bitters is not only a thorough remedy, but a reliable preventive. To tbis fact there la an overwhelming array of testimony, ex tending over a period of thirty years. 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The Local Columns Will contain a oomplete resume ot local happenings and all matters of boms In terest. TERMS i DAILY HJCUALD. by mall.l year...»W 00 6 months,,. 600 i months,,. 250 Delivered la the City at 25 CENTS PER WEEK. THE WEEKLY HERALD ! Weekly 1 year by ma 11........ fa 1)0 a 6 months ito > " - 1 00 Payable Invariably In advance Joseph D. Lynch 1 LEGAL. Mortgage Sale. Execution No. 867. In the Superior Court of the County ol i Los Augelea,state of California. A. K. LOO V. is, plaintiff, ■ va. JOSEPHS. HUTCHINGS, et al., f Defendants. ] , Under and by virtue of a decreo of foreclosure- and order of sale entered lv the Superior Court of the rum, oi Los Angeles, State of California, on the 7lh day ol July, A.D 1881, aud a writ oi execution for the enforcement ol ludg meiit requlriug sale ol property under foreclosure of mortgage, Issued out of said Oourt, auneseu io said deuree and dated the ilth day or July, 1881, in thu auove entiltid actiou and lv favor ol A. R. Loomls, plaintiff, and against Jos* eph S. Hutchings, W. H. Thomas and ii. b. t'liomai, defendants, a certified cupy of which said decree of foreclosure, duTj attested under tlie seal oi said Conn, on the 11th day of Juiy, A, D. 1881, and de< llvered to me together with the writ an nexed thereto, on tho said lust men tloued day, wherby lam commanded to sell at public aucllon to the highest and best bidder for cash In U. S. goid coin the following and lv said uecree described real estate, 10-wit; The soutUern portion ot lot eleven (II) ot the 1 Hyman tract, of ihe Raucho sun Antouio, commencing at tbe soutkwesi coruerof lot eluveu ill) and rutiniug N 42 degrees east twenty-six 24-100 clnaus; theuce southB2%degrees east thlrty-foui 74-100 chaius; tueuce south 42 west twenty-two 82 100 chains to the northeast corner ot the school lot; theuce along tho Hue of said school house lot north eighty-two % degrees west ten <10j chalus to the northwest cor ner of said Mchoul house lot; thenceloutb 42 degrees west twelve 17-100 chains to i he southwest corner of said school house tot] t hence north 82% &*• grees west twenty-four chaius fa place of beginning, containing sixty-five acres of land, savlug and ex oeptlng therefrom that certain portion thereof couveyed by Joseph Hutchings to S. H. Murry by deed of date January 26,1670, recorded In book 11, page 421 oi deeds, of the records oi said couuty, ref erence being made to said deed and said record thereof for a more particular de sorption of said exeepted portion, to gether with .all tho water rights and privileges unto said laud belonging. Also, a portion of lot. (lOiteuof 1. Hy man tract of the Rancho San Antonio, being the northeast corner thereof, and desorlbed aa follows: Commencing al the northeast corner of lot (iv) ten and runulng south 42 degrees west and twelve 17-100 chalus; theuce north 82% degrees west (10; cbalns; thence north 42degiecs east twelve 17-100 chains; theuce south 82% degrees east (10) ten chains to place of beglunlng, containing ten acres of land, of a further and better descrip tion of said lotrelercnce is made t<* a map otsald 1. Hyman tract of the Ran cho san Anfonio, recorded In tho office of the County Recorder of Los Angeles county, in book of needs, page 219,logeth> er with all the water rights and privil eges thereuulo belonging. Also, forty shares of stock In the Sau Autouln Irri gating Company, dated Octobor 12,1875, standing on the books of said company tnthenameoi J. S. Hutchius mid en dorsed by him to plaintiff. Public notice is nereby give n that on WEDNESDAY, THE 3D DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1881, At twelve o'clock m. of said day, I will proceed to sell at tht Court House door, in the City and Count] of Los Augeles, State of California, at publio auction, to the highest aud best bid der, for cash in United States gold coin, tc satisfy said decree for principal and interest, attorney's fees, costs, and all accruing costs, all tbe above described real estate, or bo much thereof as may be uecodaary to satisfy said sums. Given under mv hand, this the 12th day of July, A. JLL 1881. WM. R. ROWLAND, Sheriff. By JAS. C. KAYS, Under Sheriff. CONSTABLES SALE. By virtue of an execution leaned out of Justice James A. Fisher's Court, of Los Augeles township, county or Los Ange les, State of California, daied the 11th day of August, 1881, lv a certain action wherein Wallace vVood worth and «. H. Molt, as plaintiffs, re covered Judgment against J. E heed, as defendant,i>u the 6;h day ot June, 1681, I have levied upon the- following de scribed pr party, to wit: All that certain real property situate In thecountyof Los Angeles, Stateoc Cali fornia,and more particularly described as follows, to-wit: The west half of the nnrtheastquarter of section oue, town ship two south, range fuuiteen west, S. B. M., coataiulug 80 acres of land. Notice is hereby given that on THURSDAY, THE Bth DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1881, Atl2o'clock M. of that day, In front of the Court House, on Spring Bireet, In the couuty of Los Angeles, 1 will sell all tbe right, title and luterest of said J. E. Reed, the said dtfendant, iv and to the above described property, at public auc tion, for cash in lawful money, to the highest and best, bidder, to satisfy said ex- cut ion and all costs. Da ted atLoa Angeies, the 13th day or August,lB3l. GEO. N. LOCKWOOD, nonstable. CONSTABLE'S SALE. By virtue of an execution issued out of Justice James A. Fisher's Court, of Los angeies township, couuty of Los Anne les, state of California, dated tbe lain nay oi August, 1881, In a certa n action wherein Wallace Woodworm and s H. Molt, as plaintiffs, recovered Judgment against J. K. Reed, the defendant there in, ou the 6th oay of June, 1881.1 have levied on the following described prop erty, to wit: all that certain real property Rituate In thecountyor Los Augeles, Siateof Cali fornia,and more particularly described as follows, to wit: The west half of the nortneast quarter of section one, town ship two Houth, rango fourteen west, S. B. M., containing 80 ucres of land. Notice is hereby given that on THURSDAY, THE Bth DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1881, At 12 o'clock M. of that day, In front of the Court House, ou Spring street, In tbe county of Los Augeles, I will sell ull the right, title and interest of suid J. E Reed, tbt said defeudunt, In and to the above described property at public auc tion, for cash in lawful money, to tbe highest aud best bidder, to satisfy said execution and ull costs. Dated at Los Angeles, the 13th day of August, 1881. GEO. N. LOCKWOOD, Constable. Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. Notice Is hereby given that iv pursu ance ol the order of the Superior Court of the county ot Los Angeies, State of Calliornia, made on the 6th day of Au gust, A. D. 1881, in the matter of the es- tate of Vacillo Jurado, deceased, the undersigned, admtnlsttator ol said es tate, will sell at private sale to tlie highest bidder ror cash, In one parcel and subject lo confirmation by said Su perior Court, on MONDAY, THE 29th DAY OF AUGUST, A. D, 1881, At 12 o'clock m ~ at No. | Mohr Bloex, Spring street, In the city of i, >s Angeles, county of Loa Angeles. State or Callior nia. All bids or oners to purchase 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 Caplstrano. All the right, title, Interest ami estate of the said de ceased at tbe time of hla death aud all tbe right, title aud lutereat tbat the said deceased has by operation of law or oth erwise acquired other than or in addi tion to that of the said testate at the time of nls death la aud to all that un divided one-half iH) of that lot or parcel of I mii sltaaie and lying in thesald city or Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, State of California: An undivided one half <X) of 9 18-100 acres of land.sßuate In the city of Los Angeles. State of Cali fornia, on the east side of Los Angeles river, bounded north by Chaparral street, west by tbe bed of Loa Angeles river, east by the line of said lot and Povla, and south hy Park's property, tbe same containing 4 acres. Said lands are unimproved. Terms and conditions of late—Cash; ten par cent, of purchase money to be paid when the bid la made on the day nj nale, the balance on confirmation of sale I by said SuperlorConrt. Daedat expense i of purchaser. I HENRY CHARLES, Administrator of the estate of Vacillio Jurado, deceased. AogaatMWl. aSld LEGAL. SUMMONS, In the Superior Court Of the State of California, In ft id for the County of Loa Angeles. Francisco Grazide, plaintiff, vs, Oliver Dcvi I lers, defendant. Action brought in the Superior Court of the State ol California, lv and for the county of Los Angeles, aud the com plaint filed in said couuty of Los Ange les, in the office of the Clerk of suid su perior Court. The People of the»Stato of California send greeting to Oliver Deviiiers, de fendant. Youareherpby required to appear In au action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in tho superior Courtof the State of California, iv and for the county of Los Angeles, and to an swer the complaint filed therein, within ten da>s (exclusive ol the day of service) alier the service on you of this summons —if served within this county; or, U served elsewhere, within thirty days—or judgment by default will be taken against you according to tbe prayer of said com plaint. The said action is brought to obtain a decreo of ihis Court for the foreclosure of a certain muragage described in tbe said complaint, and executed by the said o. Deviiiers io O. Grazide, on the 3J day ot October, 1*76, to secure the payment of a certain promissory vote, made on tbe 3d day ol Octoboi, 1876, by o. Deviiiers, lor the sum ol $300 gold coin, with luterest at the rale of i l ., per cent per month from date until paid, and paya bio to the said C. Grazide; that the premises couveyed by said mortgage may be sold aud the proceeds applied to the payment of $300 gold colu, with luterest at the rate of \% percent per mouth irom October 3,1870, and for lo per cent as attorney's lees, as provided for lv said mortgage, and costs o' suit; and in case such proceeds are not sufficient to pay the same, then to ob tain uu execution against said defoudant for the balance remaining due; aud also that the defendant and all persons claim lug by, through or under him, may be barred aad foreclosed of all right, title, claim, lien, equity of redemption and lu terest In aud to said mortgaged premises* and for other and further relief. Reference Is had to 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 plaiu tlfl will apply to the Court for the relief demanded In the Baid complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the Superior Court of the State of Cali fo.xiia, in and for tue oounty of Los Ange les, this 4th day of March, lv the year ot our Lord,oue thousand eight hun dred and eighty-one. LSeal.] A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By A. RIMPAU, Deputy. Endorsed: WALTER Dt STEPHENSON, mB-2m Attorney for Plaintiff. SUMMONS. Iv the Superior Court ,of 1 be State of Cal ifornia, lv aud for the county of Los Angeles. G. W. A. Pallet t, plaintiff, vs James A. Stewart and Settle Stewart, defendants. Action broughtln thesuperiorCourtof the State oi'California, lit and for the couuty of Los Angeles, and the complaint filed in said county of Los Angeles, in the of fice of the Oierfe of said Superior Courf. ThePeopleof the State of California send greeting to James A. Stewart and Bett ie Stewart, defendants: You are hereby required to appear in an actiou brought against you by the above named plaintiff tn the Superior Court of the State of Califoruia, lv and for the county of Los Angeles, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days—exclusive of the day of service—after the service on you of this summons—lfservedwltbln this county; or, if served elsewhere, within thirty days—or Judgment by default will be taktn aguinst you, accordlug to the prayer oi said complaint. The said notion is brought to recover a Judgment against the defendant James A. .-ttewart lor the sum of $BttB M> iv gold coin, with inteiest tuereon at l., per cent, per mouth irom the2SKhday of No vember, 18Su, balance due plalutifTfrom said Stewart for money loaned May 1, 1878, and to foreclose a mortgage on block It, town of Downey, county of Los Au geles, state of California, given to secure *aid sum, aud which said mortgage is contained In nil'd made byJobu U. I owuey to plaintiff on the lKh day of Decernoer, lf*79, and which deed was madn to plaiutlll'at tbe request of said - its wart uud was intended aa a mortgage t> secure said sum, aud also to declare thecialmsof Bettie Stewart to said laud subject to said mortgage, and for costs of BUlt. Reference is had to complaint for par ticulars. Auu you are hereby notified that If you fail to appear and auswer tbe said com plaint as above required, the said plain tiff will apply to the court for the relief therein demauded. Given under my hand and the seal of the Superior Court of the Stale of Califor nia, lv and for the couuty of Los Angeles, ihis second day of July, in tue year of our Lord one ihousanu eight hundred und eighty one. I Scan] A. W. POTTS, Clerk. By A. UiMrAU, Deputy. GRAVES* CHAPMAN, Attorneys for Plaintiffs. Jy^2-2m Petitiou for Pardon. In the Superior Court of the county of Loa Augeles, titnte uf Califor nia. The People of the State of California, Plaintiff, vs. Hairy Holden and Fred Morris, Defendants. To Thomas U. Brown, District Attor ney of the county of Los Angeies, state ot California: Please lake uot ire that 11 Is the Intention of the undersigned to apply to His Excellency, George C. Per kins, Governor of I he state of California, lor tho pardon of Harry Holden and Frederick Morris, convicted In the Supe rior Com tof iho county of Los Augelts, state ot California, on tae ?— that is to say, tbe said Hurry Holden on the 11th day ol April, A. I>. 1881, and the said Frederick Morris ou the J2th day of April, A. D. 1881, ot tbe crime or burgla ry, and by said Court sentenced to Im prisonment in the state Prison of lhe state of California, and each of them lor the term of years, i espectlvely, to wit: the said Harry Holden lor the term of 3 years and the said Frederick Morris for the term of 2% years. Hi A. WATSON. STATE 07 CALIFORNIA, [ Oounty of Los Augeles. f A. J. King, being duly sworn, deposos and says he is a citizen of the United states and State of California, and over the ago of 21 years; that he served the foregoing nolioeouThomas B.Browu.Esq District Attorney of tho county of Los Angeles, state of California, by deliver ing to him a true copy thereof, nt his of fice, In said couuty, on the 2Sth day of June, A. D. 1881. A. J, KING. Subscribed and sworn to beloro me, this 28th day of June, I*Bl. fsoal.l A. W. POTTS, County Clerk and ex-oulcto Clerk o( thesuperiorCourtof Los Angeles couu ty, Cala. By E. H. Owen, Deputy. Je29 NOTIOI OF INTENTION TO BECOME SOLE TRADER. In the matter of the application of Mary Thoroughmau to become a solo trader. Notice is hereby given that I, Mary Thoroughman, wile of John Thorough man, resident n; lhe county of Los An geles, State of California, being desirous oTaval ling myself of the provisions of Title XII, Part 111, of the code or Civil Procedure, Intend to makoapplicatlon to the Superior Court of the stale of Califor nia, in una for tho county of Los Auge les, at lhe court-room of said Court, in said oounty anil stat«, on Monday, iho 3td day of August, 1881, at Hi a. m of that day, or as soou thereafter as the applica tion cau bo henrd, for a Judgment and order of said Superior Court authorizing me to carry on and transact business in my own name aud ou my own account as a sole trader. The nature of the business I propose to carry ou and conduct is that of selling milk, butter, chickens, eggs, hogs, a few cattle and horses, a small dairy busi ness and farming on asmalt scale. ' MARY THOROUGHMAN. Walteb D. Stephenson, Attorney for Petitioner. Jl4td Notice to Contractors. Plans and specifications for the build ing of the Xl Monte school house cau be seen at tbe office ot Kysor A Morgan un til the 20th day of August. Bids to be opened at l o'clock p. v. A. H. HOYT, KD STALLCUP, a7td J. W. BROADED. LEGAL. In the Superior Court Of the State of California, in aud for Lob Angeles county. Iv the matter of the estate of 1M„ , nan B. D. Wilson, decensetl. J rvo * ,oso * Notice is hereby given that Iv pursu ance ol two orders Ot the Superior Court ofthestato uf California, hi and lor boa Angoles couuty,one made on tho 6th day ol May, IBMJ. and the otherou the 15'h day oi November, 1880, In the matter of the estate of B. D. Wilson, decease-i, tho undersigned, tbe executors of said estate, will sell nt private hhlo, to tbe highest bidder,for cash in gold coin of lhe U tilled States, und subieet to confirmation by said superior Court, on or niter THURSDAY, THE ELEVENTH DAY OF AUGUST, 1881, AU the jinht, title, Interest and estate ot the said B. 1). Wilson, deceased, at tbe timeof his death, and all the right, title and I uterest that t he said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise, nc quhed oLher than or in addition to that of the said intestate ut the tlmo ol 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, Slate of California, bounded and decribed as follows, to wit: Vint— Lot tn, range 5, of the Alhambra tract, according to survey thereof ma le by George Hauseu and recorded lv the jecords of Los Angeles county. Second—au undivided one.half of that certain tract ol land situated in salu county aud known as "Oak Knoll," said tract belug bounded on the north by lands of the Lake Vineyard Laud and Water Association; east by Homo tract; south by lands of Carter 4 Richardson, and west by lands ol Stonenian, 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," lv said Los Angeles county, and being: .Fractional lots 3 and 4, In range 2, con taining 5 acres. Lot 5, raugo 2, containing 5 acres. Lot 6, range 2, containing 2.4 acres. Lots 7 aud 8, range 2, containing 10 acres. Lots 7 and 8, rango 3, containing 10 acres. Lot 9, range 3, containing 5 acres. Lots 5 and 6, range 4, containing 7.4 acres. Lots 10, 11 and 12, range 4, containing 15 acres. Lots 5 and 0, rauge 5, containing 7.4 acres. Lots 10, 11 and 12, range 5, containlug 15 acres. Lot 6,range C, containing 2.4 acres. Terms and coudltion ot sale—Cash in gold coin of the United States. Deed at expense of tbe purchase. Bids or offers maybe made at any time after the first publication of this notice aud before the making oi thesale. All bidsoroffersmust be iv writing and delivered to the un dersigned, J. De Barth Shorb, personally, at his residence, near San Gabriel, Call fornla. Dated July 25th, 1881. J. DX BARTH BHOBB, MARUARKT S. WILSON, Executors ot the estate oi B. D.Wilson, deceased. Jy26td MORTGAGE SALE. Execution N0.982. In lhe Superior Courtof tho county of Los Angeles, State of California. Giacomo Tononl, administrator with tbe will annexed of the estate of Antonio Pelanoonl, deceased, plaintiff, vs. Harnon Benites, defendant. Under and by virtne of adeoree of fore closure aud order of sale en tered in the Superior Court of the county of Los Angeles, Stale of California, on the 11th day of August,A.D. lr*Bl, and a writ ol execution for the en forcement of Judgment requiring sale of property under foreclosure of mortgage, issued oui of said Court, annexed to said ' decree and dated the 16th day of August, A.D. 1881, lv the above entitled nation and ' iv favor of Giacomo Tononl, adminis trator with the will annexed of the es tate of Antonio Pelanconi, deceased, piuiui i JT, and against Hamou Beultes,de fendant, a certified copy of which said de oree oi foreclosure.duly attested under the seal of said court ou the 15th day ol August, A. D. 1881, aud dellveieil tome, together with the writ annexed there to, on the said last meutloncd day, whereby I am commanded tv sell at public auotion, to tho highest and 1 best bidder, for cash In United States ■ gold coin, the following and in said de- : oreedescrlbed real estate.to-wlt: Situate, lying and being in the city and couuty of L.os Angeles, Htato of Cal- ' lfbrnia, and bounded and particularly J described as follows, to wit: Lot 00x06 rest, NE corner of High and 1 Upper Main streets, bounded north hy lauds or Prlanconl, according to plat of t-urvey executed by A. F. Waidemar-ep- 1 te tuber, 1802, and part of lot set apart to said Kamou Renltes by Commissioners 1 in partition December 2, 1870, and by de- ' creeofthe Piobate Court of said ouuuty of Los Angeles in matter of the es- ' late of Juana Alvaradu de Silvan. Publlo notice is hereuy given that ou 1 WEDNESDAY, the 7th DAY of SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1881, "* , At 12 o'clock M. ot baid day, 1 will pro oeed to sell at the Court House door in tho city aud county of Los Angeles, State , of California, at public auction, to the i highest and beßt bidder for cash in U. H. i gold coin, to satisfy said decree for priuci- I pal, interest, costs aud all accruing costs, 1 all the above described real estate. Given under my hand, at Los Ange les, California, this idth day of August, 1 A. 1). 1881, WM. B. ROWLAND, Sheriff. Ujf JAB. C. KAYS, Undor Sheriff. Certificate of Co-Partnership KNOW ALL If EN BY THESE PRES ENTS, that we, Edouard Naud, residing in tho city of Los Augeles, county of Los ' Angeles, otto Q, Weyse, residing in the city of Lob Angeles, county of Loa An* geles, Rudolf G, Weyse, residing iv , the clfy of Loa Angeles, county ot Los Angeles, in the stale of California, do 1 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 purposeof carrying and eon- 1 ducting the business of wholesale and retail wine aud liquor dealers, in the city of Loa Angeles, county of Los Ange les, State of California, under tho ilrm name and stylo of NAUD, WEYSE A CO. That the principal place of business of said co-partnership Is situated in the city of Los Augeles, county of Los Angeles, and state aforesaid. That tbe names of all tbe persons in terested as partners In such business are above stated and signed hereto, and that such partnership will continuo aud be in force until further notice by us. In witness whereof we havo hereunto set our bauds aud seals, tbis first day of Noverabei, A. D, 1880. k. naud. [Seal.l OTTO G. WKYSE. [Seal.l R. G. WBYSE. LSeal.| STATE OF CALIFORNIA, 1 County or Los Angeles.} 83 On this second day_of August, in the 1 year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-one, before me, A. W. Potts, County Clerk and ex-officio Clerk of the Superior Court In and lor ' said county, personally appeared E, ' Nnud, otto G. Weyse and Rudolph G. ' Weyse, kuowu io me to be the persons whose names are .subscribed to the with in instrument, and severally acknowl edged to mo that they severally,exe- 1 cuted the same. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set 1 my hand and affixed the seal of said 1 Court, tho day and year in this certificate 1 first above written. (Seal) A. W. POTTS, Couuty Clerk and ex-offiolo Clerk of said ' superior Court, By GRIKFIN JOHNSTON, Deputy. 1 au7 4w t Notice to Creditors!, I In the Superior Court of the county 1 of Lob Augelen, Htate of 1 California. i In the matter of the estate of EMILK 1 MARIN, Deceased.—Notice is hereby ] glveu hy the undersigned, admlnls- ' trator of the estate of Emlle Marin, ' deceased, to the creditors of and all per- 1 sons having claims against the said de- 1 ceased,to exhibit and present tbem ..with 1 the proper vouchers, within four months from and after the first publico, ! lion of tbla nofloe, to the said admin- j ißtrator at northwest- corner of Allso 1 and Alameda streets, in the olty of Los Angeles, Cal. Dated Loa Angeles, Cal., August 8,1861. JOSEPH BOIBSJCBANC, Administrator of the estate of Bmiie ■ Marin, a*cet*KU a*-.w \M i " ■iTMtfi lillffliljsaj. am ■n 1 LEGAL. Sale of Real Estate By Administrator with the will annexed. lv the Superior Courtof Los Ange les County, State of Califoruia. In the estate of Rosa Isabella D. Baldwlu. deceased. Notice Is hereby given that in pursu ance oi the ureter oi said superior Court of iho couuty of ixw Angeles, Slate of California, made on the (jm day of May, A. D. 1881, in the matter of the estate of Kosa Isabella liuldwiii, deceased, the undersigned, administrator with the will unucxeu oi said estate, will sell at private sain to the highest aud best bid der lor cash and subject to the confirm ation of suid Superior Court, uil the iiyh.l, line, luterest and estate of the said deceased at tho time of her death, and all the light, title aud mterest the said estate has, by operation of Jaw or otherwise, acquired other than or iv ad dition to (hat of tiie said deceased at tho tiiuw ol hur death in aud to those cerlalu lots, pieces, or tracts of land lying and being m the couuty ol Los Augeles, statu of California, and described us follows, 10 Witt Finii—Commencing at a forked willow tree about 6 inches through, marked s 15, lv black paint, which is situated near the bank of the zauja or Irrigating diten uud corresponds with and lv sta, 15 of a survey made in December, 1670, by H. Mi JohUhou of the irrigable fiat of tue RuucUo fjo.s Fella, reference to which Is hereby more particularly made; theuce, following the uieuuuer liuu oi said survey N \Y% degreos W one chain aud seventy-eight liuks; theuce N 4ti;Jidegrees E 2.75 chaius; theuce a 64 Si aeg rets E 1.75 chains: i hence N 82)fi deg rees E I,BsChains; thence N3% degrees W. 2.28 chains; thence jN ISM de grees W 0.5j chains; theuco N gSM de grees E 2.87 ohalns; thence JN] 37 l 4 degrees chaius lo station 2i ol Johnson's Survey; theuce IS 78: 4 degrees E 23.90 cuaius; thuncu is 10U degrees W 25.31 chaius; tueuce S 743 dogrees W 16.u0 chains; theuce N 6u degrees W 6.60 chains to thu point 01 bogiuuing the to tal aiea ol tho laud hereby conveyed being 04 s*loo acres uf laud. Second—Also the one-tilth Interest in aboutB 800 acres of tuat certalu tract ol lava situate, lying and being iv the county ot Law Angelea. Mtatooi OalUor uia, and more particularly described us follows, to wit: Commeuciug at the river of Lus Augeles, at uu oak tree, a land-mark Of the rancho called *'Provi deneia," near a lime ailu, uud running theuce southwesterly uioug the buuua ary line of aald Rancho La Providencia to the AHmo tree uf the uupulero; theuce easterly to tho "Aguage uo Mocovenga;" thenoe to a point in front ol the "Aguage del Saiicito;" theuce In auother slru.ght line passing directly through the Portesuela 10 the river ol Los Angeies; thence up the chaunel of lhe said river to the place ol beginning, tne laud hereby described being a pert Of the Rancho Dos Feliz, granted to Maug. Ygnaeio Verdugo by Munucl Micheltoreuti, JYlurcu 22, 1813, saving and -excepting Irom the last above described liact a. certain parcel oi laud described as lollows: Commencing aL a redwood stake in mouud of stones marked f. D. s. l, Ix 4 Inches lv diame ter and distant lo links from the ceuter Oi the Caual aud Reservoir Company's ditch aud ou north side of same, irom whicu point a live-oak tree about 4 feet iv diameter aud marked B. T. S. i. P. 0,, bears N ii% degrees E 277 chains dis tant; another live-oak ou opposite side 01 Reservoir Company's diich about feet in diameter, biased and murked R, T. JN. 2a. IP. !>,, bears s W/ a degrees E 2 2;l chains distant, aud is ou the west baua of a small gulch; ihenco running a low links to tho nurthward of Reservoir Company's ditch M 7b% degrees W0 22 cuaius to sandstone lock and stake marked S. 2, 3A lluks from center of ditch from which point a five-Oak tree about 2*6 teet in diameter near edge of diich bears JN I2)f dtgeees W 3.2 i chains dis tant, auother iive-oak about sumo nearaJN 37; 4 degieos VV about .j.oochtuus distaut ana b£j coruer of Jose Paco's a-jooe house beari jx 4u degrees E 4.47 chains uud is 1,08 cuaius long by 27 nuks wide; iisicauioie tree stands about cen tre 01 rear of uuuse uud is about 75 liuks distant irom house; auother large live oak on noun slue of duch and immedi ately ou edge ol same bears S 85 degrees E I*2Bohalna distant; tuence lulluwiug fteaexYOir and Uanai Company's ditch up Stream N 45jM degrees W 0.37 chaius lo v stake ib unks distaut from ceuter of diich and inuiked s. 3; thoueoN 88>i de giecs W 2.01 chai.is to a stake 27 nuks distant from center ol ditch and marked fc>,4; thenco S degrees rt 1.84 chains to n siake 27 links fioiu ceuter ol ditch and marked o. 0; thence N 64i4 degrees W 3.ua cuaius lo a su.ke 17 links irom ceuter of diicu aud murked s 0; theuce 1 JN s*4degje< s W 1.24 chains loa stake 11 Unasfrem center ul uiicu and marked s. , 7; thenoe N gtgidegrees w 2.02 ohalna to a siake 16 links Iroui center Ol ditch and , marked s. 8; thence a VA\i degrees E 4.58 cuaius to a stake 11 links iioiu ceuter of dltoh and maiked a. 9) theuce N2 de- , gi-i es W 6.18 chains to a stake distaut lv \ unksfrom ceutci of dtteUaud marked WW ' lv; theuce i\ degrees W 0.07 chains to a stake 33 links auui center ol dhoh uud marked et* 11, from wuich puint a live- ' oak tree Sleet in diameter on a, sidu 01 duch boars .-1 \i\t% degrees E6O linka dis- ' tau<; auother live ouk same size, same side of ditch- bears ta -i.v., degrees E ,a> links distaut; thence along ditch on hill side Oi 9H dug, tea W 0.30 chalus to v sLuke , 11 liuks from center of ditcn aud marked y. 12; thence iN 35>i dtgreea W 5.82 chains to Btaks 10 liuks from center of duch and maiked s. 13; thence is 4u% degrees W 5.03 cuains to a stake markt-d S. 14; tuence A 0!4 degrees E 14,03 cuaius to a \vliiow stump uiaaed uud marked with black paint». la; thenoe along ditch uud i edge 01 small swamp N U% degrees W 1.78 chaiust.i a stake fa links from ceuter of ■ duch and maraeu S. 10; theuco A in l 4 de- 1 grees E 2.75 chains to asLako 8 liuas irom 1 center Ol ditch and marked s. 17; thence 1 s 08% degrees E 1,76 cuaius to v stake ; uittiiiedi-,. 18, on c.is erly side of flood- j gatu; thenoe N 32> 8 decrees E i.Bschaius, t along cenioroi running water of ditch 1 and through a deep cut which crosses hill on poiui ol Whiob is located house of ii. Paco to stake marked a. 19; theuce N3J4 degrees W 2.28 chains to a stake ] maiked a, 20; thence N degrees W . 9.03 cuaius to v stako 20 links from center 01 uitch and maiked a. 21; thence N dogrees E 2.87 chains to a stako 18 links from ceutiu of ditch and marked biwggj theuceN 37% degrees h, 2.61 chaius to 1 Miv, ■ niarktd s. SfBj thence in 4% degrees W 4.47 chums to slake 25 liuas from ditch • and marked s. 24; tuence ti liy a degrees 1 W 4.15 chains lo a staae 15 links from 1 dilch aud marked s. 2o; theuce in ;isJ4de- i grees E s.chains tv v stake lo links 1 from center of dltoh and murked a, 2d" t theuceN w 2.82 chains to a 1 stake marked S. 27; theuce on side 01 hill betweeu ditch and road N de grees W 2.30 chains to stake on edge 01 road marked S. 28; thence N 32% de grees W 5.97 chains to stuke ou edge ol road and maikeds. 20; theuce N 20>- 4 de greos W 4.87 chaius to a stuko ou edge of 1 ditch uud marked s. 30; theuco a,ong edge of ditch M 33 degrees W 500 chalus to stake on onge of road and marked fc) 8l; theuce N 314 degrees W 4.01 chains to a stuku between road and ditch- and marked fc), 3J; theuce along Caual aud 1 Reservoir Compuuy's ditch IN 2J4 degrees j W 3.10 chains to a stake marked a. tt; t thence following meanders of river baulc 1 N 8314 degrees U 4.70 chums to a stako at ( head of deep wash and marked a. 34* 1 thence N 41% degrees E 3.61 chains to a < stake ou edge ol bank marked S 3i* 1 theuceN 25 degrees E 4.26 chains lo a stake on westerly side of zauja marked i S. 36; t hence N degrees E 10.00 chalus - to stake murked a. 37; theuce in 18 de- j grees E 1.07 chams to, a stake marked S, j 38. irom which point a willow tree mark, ed B. T.S. 88 P. L>. hears N degrees E 0:; liuks distaut; thence a 78)5 degrees E 12.70 chaius tostaku marked a. 31); theuce 1 S 24ii degrees M 7.04 chains to stake marked s, 40; thence a 7% degrees E 8.00 chains to stake murked s. 41; thence a 4 degrees \V 14.81 chains to stake marked S. 42; thenoe H degrees E 11.02 chains to stake marked S. 48; thence a 74 %, degrees E 1.1 l chains to oak post iv line ot willow fence maiked s. 44 P n • thence S. lO***' degrees W. 34.42 chaius along said willow fence to stake in line of fence and marked S. 45; t hence S. 16M degrees E. 15.15 chains to stake marked , S. 46; thenceS. 3\f% degrees K. 11.58 chains to stake marked a. 47; theuce a. tSh% de grees E. 6.86 chalus to stake marked s. 44; thence a.38 degrees E. 1a.37 chains to pest in line of willow lence ut Interseo t lou of said fence with L. A. C.W.W. Co's dttcb and marsed P. D. S. 49; thence S. 03% degrees W. 8 08. chains aloug five willow fence to stake murked S. 50; thence N. 77 degrees W. 59 chains to stake marked s 51; thence S. ' 58 degrees W. 6.86 chaius to stake , marked s. 62; thence S. 22% W. 14 60 chaius to stake marked 8. 63; thence S. degrees W. 10.13 chains to stake 4x4 inches In diameter In mound of stones and marked P. D. S. 1, the place of begin ning pud containing 323.82600 acres oi laud and belug the same tract of land within the exterior boundaries of which is included the 64 acre traot hereinbefore described, and all of said lands being within tbe exterior boundaries of the Rancho "Los Fellz" and forming a part thereof. Also, all the water rights, easements and servitudes to each of said dltter-mi tracts belonglug or lv any way apper taining. aald sale will be made on or after the 9th DAY of JULY, 1881. All bids or offers most ha lv writing and will be received at the offloe of JfeTAim rhUUp A Baldwin, Ho. 97 Mam L I _ . . .... -'..i-. . Ml - -"I NfrilfM. U LEGAL. street. Los Angeles olty, Cala., or may be delivered to the administrator peraonal ly.or filed withtheCierkof said superior Court, at any time after the first publica tion of this notice aud before the making of the sale. Terms and conditions of sale—Ten per cent, of the purchase money to be paid upou notice of acceptance of bid, balance on cofirmallon ol sale by said superior Court. Deed at expense of purchaser. Dated Los Angeles. Cal., May 6th, 1881. JOHN M. BALDWIN, Administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Kosa Isabella D. Baldwin, deceased. Eastman, Haley, King A liobarts, At torneys for the estate. Certificate of" Special I'll I-t Uol*Mlli|>. This Is to cortlfy that the undersigned haveiormed a special partnership, pur suant to the provisions of the Civil Code of the State of California. That the name or firm under which suoh partnership Is to be conducted Is "J. W. Blxby A Co." Tbat the general nature of the business to be transacted Is raising and tradlug iv cattle, sheep, horses and other stock, in cluding wool raising, dairy business, pasturing animals aud all other business incidental to such general business. That the uames of all the general and special partners are as follows: John W. Bixby, who resides In Los Angeles ooun ty, State of California; and Jotham Blx by, who resides In the same county and State, each aud both of whom are tbe general partners; and Isalas W. Hell man, who resides In the city and county of Los Angeles, In said State, who is the. special partner. That said Isalas W. Hellmau has con tributed the sum of (816,666 67-100) 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 couuty or Los Angeles, State of Califor nia. That the said partnership Is to com mence on tbe 11th day of July, A. D. 1881, and Is to terminate on the 11th day of July, A. D. 1886. Dated at Los Angeles, this 9th day of July, A. D. 1881. JOHN W. BIXBY. JOTHAM BIXBY. ISAIAS W. HELLMAN. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, l„ County of Los Angeles.J On the ninth day of July, one thous and eight hundred and eighty-one, be fore me, Geo. S. Pattou, a Notary Public, In and for said county, personally ap peared John W. Bixby, Jotham Blxby aud Isalas W. Hellman,known to me to b« tho persons described in, whose names are subscribed to and who executed tbe foregoing Instrument, and each of them duly acknowledged to me tbat he exe cuted the same. Iv witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, at my ofllce, in the said county of Loa Angeles, the day and year first above writteu. [Seal.l GEO. 8. PATTON, Notary Public In and for said county. Executor's Sale of Real Estate. Notice Is hereby given that In pursu anoe of the order of the Superior Court of Los Angeles county, California, made on the Bth day of August, A. D. 1881, In the matter of the estate of Carmen P. da Charles, deceased, tbe undersigned, ex* ecntorof said estate, will sell at private sate to tho highest bidder for cash In one parcel aud subject to confirmation by said Superior Court, ou TUESDAY, THE 30th DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1881, At 12 o'closk m., at the office of S. Haley, No. 3, Mohr Block, Spring street, Los Angeles olty, coun ty of Los Angeles, California, or to lienry Charles personally at his resi dence, San Juan Caplstrano, in said Loa Angeles county, Cala., alt tbe right, ti tle, interest aud estate of tbe said testate at the time of ber death, and all tbe right title and interest that the said testate has by operation of law or other wise, acquired other than or in addition to that of the said testate at tbe tlmo of her death. In and to all that piece or parcel of laud situate, lying and being In the said county of Los Angelas and da scribed as follows, to wit: That 40 acre traot of land i n section 14, T8 S, range 8 Wof S B M, beginning 17 20 chains S 42 degrees E from the N W coruer (Station 2) of the Rancho Booa de la Playa, tbe same being the SE corner of this tract; thence w 80 rods to the S W corner of traot; thence N 80 rods to NW corner of tract; thenoe E 80 rods to NE corner of tract; thence 8 80 rods to tbe SE corner of tract, tbe point or begin ning, containing 40 acres of land. Terms and conditions of sale: Ten per cent.of thepurohase money to be paid to the executor on the day of sale: bal ance on confirmation of sale by said Su perior Court. Deed at expense of purchaser. HENRY CHARLES, Executor of estate of Carmen P. de Charles. nlo-Sw Notice to Creditors. Estate of F.P. FORST/ER, deceased.— Notice is hereby given by tbe under signed, administrator of the estate of F. i. Forster, deceased, to the creditors of, aud all persons having claims against thesald deceased,to exhibit them,with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of thla notice, to the said administrator, at the offices of Blcknell A White, Nos. 11,12 and 13, Temple Block, In the city and couuty of Los Angeles, California. Dated at Los Augeles, August ifr, 1881. M. A. FORBTER. Administrator of the estato of F. P. Forster, deceased. al9-4w Notice to Creditors. Estate of TRINIDAD YORBA, deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned, executors of the laat will and testament of Trinidad Yorba, deceased, lo the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them,with the neces sary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said executors, at the office of the County Auditor, in the city and county of Los Angeles, Cal. Dated at Lus Angeles, August 15th. 1881, B.A. YORBA and MARCOS YORBA, Executors of the lust will and testa ment of Trinidad Yorba, deceased. al6-4w Notice to Creditors. Estate of Helen Clark, deceased—No tice Is hereby given by the undersigned, administrator with the will annexed of tbe estate or Helen Clark, deoeaaed, to the creditors of and all persona 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 thesald ad ministrator, at his residence near the town of Orange, or to hia attorneys, Blck nell A White, Temple Block, Loa Ange les city, all In Loa Angeles county, Cal ifornia. Dated at Los Angeles, August 15,1881. M. A. PETERS, Administrator of the estate of Helen Olark, deceased, *uls-4w CORRUGATED IRON. For rootimg and siding of stores and other buildings whore a minimum amonnt of wood is desirable TO PREVENT LOSS BY FIRE. ■ IRON ROOF BUILDINGS AND FRAMES Designed, manufaetnred and erected In any part of tbe United States. Send for Circular and Prloe List WM. B, SCAIFK * CO. Offloe, No. 119 First Avenue, MUMUBS, FA. — - -• - ---- - '