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We Imve c ntury thel we huiie all Hume pt o
M> who ne etcrnall) hr*r]>liiK mv lln- ulrk
~*,..f '.Iriiiiiiiii'ra' will rend and relied
, . ey. hIJ ■ nt' - ' IhUVMI 61 IMM.pI,, who,
I .ut ll I, m ■ eertal .ti a.) a .trade
. I ii..-. w.ti I I "I |.
i nelr horror and declare that there r.n lie
line. *ood ahoiit hliu lv other wnrda.
ii.i metier hnw mtirh of . Kcntle.iiaii he eaaj
lie. tbe mere feet of hi. lielua * MMHI
il o. him forever
A Mule feet he me iimler otir ntnwrvn
t..hi thnt .how. Ju.t whet lliferiut! fuoll-h
ueaa It la 10 ■ Ii ■ a nine liy hi. look.
Hie other iley we were nothe « hlr.Kn mid
I. i.teru llllliul. rued. atartlltK on a -I
ttlp Ju.t In fruut of v. were Iwu w i'U
won't rail them ladle., for the, were of
I , .tribe of women who ere rcatlim mn
i i • enil alwaya know more than aii)l>..<l,,
.a, ..peel.if) ..I,.hi other people a lin.l
I.wllh them we. n poor, henpecked
l kin, men. who wa. pr. 1.at.1, the lm.
i i.l of .me uf them At « Mellon there am
~ tbe ear a nine looktue man. with a
I .i.c flat vallae lv eeeh hahd He wa. well
dreaaed, wore a ilu.fer. nml tool a «....d linn
..I In.c llif I. lie.nl .ml 11,1.1
h. lr, aud hi, face wa. lluriil, a. I. nlw.iy.
the nan. with men nl hu nl)lc 11, . 11. 1
hi neatl lv our illreetloti .ml aat ,uli,tly
II .11 lv one nl Hie fruit .eat. ami mm ,
i , .red readluK the paper
i lien the women ruiiimeui'eil.
.lid you .cc that Uanty driihilnoi loll'
I . 1 nuuiher utie.
Yea,"nald number two. "I || I lespl-.
t . -in. They X" arutllld like n pack of
yea an.] .In-) d.. hid 1 liliik tli.it . iiuem
I. ll] low, I wuilhll] I tnlal ..in of ■ ID il lulu
Row do yon kll v w he v a drum mar l
I ekly Inlorpii.cd tlie hen t k.-u Itu-Laml
Knot.' 11..w do I know ' - ."I ii.imlii'i
i. ."why I ran tell ' an fum. lea
'. v. Them thliiKN Ihiiy call grlpaacka llvt'a
'. .1 away. Thia lellnw lm, twn I Hue*.
II - Kilt A lilt lit N*lllplr, 111 ..lie ami 'I Mn
v l.koy bottle, and n park nl card, and a
a i.lie lot of tiii.ty picture, uf v. n nml h
« nle lot of letter, fr.iiu alri- ,i|.n..il.'
v ibtry In Ihe other (Ih, I pill lili poor
"How do ynu know he la married!"' van
Inured Ihe ftii-linml
"Know! Why them fellnwa have wive,
all over th ul.) Ihe) Jl 'In '»IH'h
t' '■uku'i'.'iV',' n'l'iii'-'.i'iel '"' ""■ hui lh">
~ uirnlly lin i I r wile nml ■ I
i' ddren ..If Ka,. - where, „,„| n„. pnm
tim hu i" lupporl .in nil. wnllethedrum
in TI. iinildlli "r.ioml Ihe i ilr> playlu'
Ye. ' aald numher twn, "yuu're 11.l rlalit,
limy utilhlur nil lie Hi tlie pen I llnry
I n'y'r lepr.ved -el Now. lunk .1
, „'f.llua a law im boa red ll la. 11l
I. ihe dtliik, a uiiarl ol whlak, • voiy d.i,
■ .» I|u ,1 knnu he a K"t n I,lk llnak 111 linrli
a Hum a ample cnaca. And did > nil ace lha
I nek he hml In how to lla wln.l, ll le In.
n ..I here we never aaw him bcfnrc'thc
auw, lie lini.neiie.l In klinw tlie ffGlttlc
n, .ll,nml knew 111. hllalticaa, anil we I In mil 111
II I K'iod ehiinee to put In mir ear. eapeotelll
nawe kIiUW It Waa In |U lie ii.ul.loH ntul
proliahly never liollee.l tile vlrtuinia feiinllea
lit nil, au piltlillK ou a awt'et allltle we leaned
forward mul ...Id
Udlra, I ace you km.v. antnuthlnl nf lha
v. .rid. liruiiiiiinr. me n lini.l ,et, men I
ihe) looked m iv n ummcni, mul Ihak
1.1 "Ye., .Ir; I hope you don't anaoclatc
"(Ih, im, madam, nut fur the wurld I live
ilnwii 111 KvAnavllle. mul dnwii tlu re the
penple wnll't wnlk nu the aame Hide nf Hie
atreet wllh Ilium Ht all " (lln. wna thia for
Klllfrum a fellow Hint Weill un Hie mini
vi lien ..Illy ai'Veuteeli mv] antral I lot Iwu
"Well, I'm al.d theytrent em n. Ihe) de
nerve duwu lv Kvnnavllle Ho ~,11 kiu.vv
thai wlilakey-faeeil teller up In frnnl "'
"Never aaw hliu before," an id ue wilh n
tmllilnl nlr, "l.ul I d 111,1 like lv piny n trick
nil lllill ami illlike hliu alii.W Hi. 11l Wlilak)'
I. Illca he a eiil 111 Ida valine.."
Oh, wouldn't Hint lie nice," anid mil',
"iinw enlllil v In il"
''Too Juat leave lltome," ue went un , "I II
i |.c lllill back here nml tell hi in Hml I vv.. In
'« •'" Oe'jll'l 'il"'"," ,"l'i, ,'k lu'c.u'ne hie. 'nml
o, ii 111. vallaea mul .hue. , on n 10l ol letter.
Inn u.r! lull to ~ii..i, you ii inn amaahel ha
al'eiled'ini'iimer "'l'li'ual.n! 'there lire lw'..
11. cc ChHallnli Indie. Imek I lie i c » lln W Hill tn
loot nt V"hi anmplea I think Hie) run balp
len,..i, llireil .|..u li In- ptiperntid nrnl.l.e.l
In. vall.ea mid iii line. He Ihrelv Imek
a mint, and while ,u.eliiin; Ihe mllaea anid
"l.ndlen, I Ihnlik ynu lur aeudllii| lur me
I ill n lulnlatnriil Mlllnr.l, nml uf enur-e I
,1 Ul't Kel miii'll anlHr). mul dnriiiK my amu
■mr raoatlon I try urj make a little tnonay
f. r my wife mul bevole. i.) worklni on oom
li.'anlnu [nr the A lliel lenii HI lile S. ieiet ) .Hull
il ' ynl any of II you like- nml lie
II rew 1.1,e1l In.(h vallaea. eoinpleiely tilled
will plea uf the llllile. from Urn elienpe-l
up tn Hie ill,-el) I ml one, llml nre ii-mill)
k ut on eaotar tablea
,I'linl the v ell .aid ue don't klmiv ; ue
111 urn lor l Iler .11 ,Ue dull. I ll mil 1., l.c
an .lulled Intl.! hen.led. I.ut we hud n kind,
■wool laallna ihai he bad khowu thorn vine
itnr Inee.i temnlea "Hull wm . I nl
WH)a lell " IKvnnnvllle .Inn,
Wheat I.oliih Oterluiid.
The Kniilheni I'.u ille Hiiilmnil ayu tlovel
Hie reeulnr trnliia, ll lllllllliel of apeelni. Lite
I'.in-tmill) onl. I he I iiiiiaiiurl.it I f vv I I
from the Sau Joaquin Valley In New in
lean. lur ahlpmel.l lv Knmpe p irlinll) ,„•
I'liilula for Ihe llirrmiaeil irnllle WTlhiti Hie
ItMl IWO Week, not lea- I hall MM tllll« nl
whent Imve I, taken llil.nmh. mid nl Hie
KlUeeli' • a",','f Krihi'iu'e .nhl"". Ihiu'l'l n
inilih na nu,. enaiiiei'iin luilnlle I linn Tlieaun
aaalward | n v star.
Coffee and Ice Cream Parlor
NO. 6 NORTH MAIN STREET.
Re* Coffee and Lunch In the city.
Private room, for Ud.ee.
Ct*:i and he wnvinced. Open dny and niifiit
A. JOHNSON, PROP'R
V. DOL, Proprietor,
DOWNEY BLOCK, - MAIN STREEI.
TtooelVM ailvc and serve, up every day tn.
«• *Mt KIHII, Uirlu.iiia: snl.K. Tl RH'>T «n.-
MR. UOI, l.theearltlai.e ~0,,,, i,.„,.„ of th...-, 1
.orated FROMAOK IK lllllK ahioh on!v 1.,
bad .1 thl, raMaunuiC
BPRING CHICKKNB, Just in Irom the ..eh.,
or iked In every atvle.
Tilt roauunuil In Loe ktmrnUm '« IVunonle .
Restaurant aud Oyster Parlors,
41 and 43 N. MAIN BT.
GREAT REDUCTION IN OTITERS.
Eastern G,\,U;rß, per 100. - . . H.w
Sumll Kaatern, raw or Mowed. 25 eta. per Sate
Unr« tttm, my My la, . (,o cent, per plat,-
Baltimore aeleeted Uv.ters, hi oenta per ou
U R, ,or Knd laiiiiliaa, where uieula
will mt eeriod the lie.tatjle.
•ler y lUlcb, I'roprit-tur.
Pearson's Dining Palace,
ROSE'S NKW lI'ILDMO,
(Opposite Bilker Clock.)
FIRST - CLASS RESTAURANT.
OYSTERS.N RVKUI BTYLK.
The heat the market aiord* at inndcr-i t* pr.CtH
Skillful Cook* and Paatry men. All the cakea
Mkl p't- mad* in thi- nUI .lit-hiM i:t M
the moat famous roaUiirai.Ui I ten Piaiwiaca
CALL AND IRS Fn'.l YOC K-NKLr".
Annual Kealtl a A l'l«Miire Braort,
Until FliilM UM AMiF.I.KS,
laOtsbwaHora US' ttonJ -nt. AuK.lt.
rtolHtlll.. .- i.p.,ht Mat ada aad nun-
Mountain MrlniLw ■,„•,',.. !,..|'„.., . ||",
Tfeet* water.' .'...! .'.* , x'eei'l', Tlur
Rfe.lin.Uam. »err.l,..a and .li-oii.e. .if The
atom.cii. liver, kl'i 1 .
In, . . -, ~.v,v . M...|iral H-,p,
• CHA.LI> Xt -1\ . 1 .• rk of Hotel
.••Iron Well. PoatoHi, r oeißdAwtf
J. Pr»ool« telafeM to Inform her ptrptu
her OalKMf 1.1.901. fjoturdav, Octo-
MR,-n tt.cGr.ad Operwlaou*e I. i I.i: .- i .11
I. m. oeU lv.
MISI KI.I.ANKOI -a
TllO li «ln n
Land and Water Company
Are tract id land .llii.led In
Tomecula Valley, ln San Diego
■ MIHII) nwned l.y linn Juan Murrletla. i nn
talllllie lulirieeii ll nl. I .ere. nf mini
he.lii. ii altitude ..f ...... 11 111..ii-.iii.l
feel al, c the »< level Ihlalrui ..f land
lie. a ■ ll A', ■IM aoull.erl) Ir ultull
Ihe i llfomln -...illierii li.illroad run.
Hu : the entire leiitflli uf the Ir.et. The
a ' he valle) la formed uf aedllnelilnrv
.1, ll la n rleh. dark iualu, wllhuiit
. ur boulder-, nml c ,ii >„< c.all) lllhld.
ii . clay nr ndolie .oil nppenra. hut la full
1 v. l. aniline nt v. lit. Ii In.ld. Hie rainfall
I ana] |.re,enl, letklii* ur drylua, au that when
vnCnf "lhia '»nll"la'l"a
I ,'ln.el, oadarlyTofanpplrol water,and when
Illvate.l Ihe uu.laliire rl.ea lv Hie aurfaee,
duliia.wn) wllh the iieeea.ll) ul Irrlgatl'm
aim rntlraly, bal In en f n dry .ea.uli.
If IrrUalloii I, thoiltlbt M lie iieee-aary, all
Inexbauatible Supply of Water
ran he had hy alnklliK frum I Hi 10 leet. It
I. nl.u In Hie nrte.lni, >~-lt nnd nrtualmi wa
lac enll he en.II, iilitnlueil. The mean la
fiirmed uf Ulidulnlllia Intel- uf re.ldl-h e,.l
ured ...II ml>ed wuh .lei it,,..,.,) arnulle mi
Hie aurfaee. Willi i K I, ml. I nre ol clay lv
Iheaiihanll to hnhl Hie -lure There I, ~
Fine RunmnK Stream of Water
Wllh aevernl lirnneliea r iliik tlirnillh Hie
ranch... Ala vend Inn and wnrmaprlnu.,
lv.led Inrilu lretiienf pullilutiary illaenae.
Ilie.e a|alli«. will he I 111 pro Veil I in luedlHtely
ami Hie I'uiiipnuy dealitu luilldlliKn Imlel
nud rtillrund depni ,„, me luwii.lle Mt
The 1...M Will' |,c I,ul!! lw,',".t'..| le.'l'.'l'i'll'niul
•I he IHraoliira uf thi it Man linllata
nf Chlmiitu, dealmi tiuttlna v , ..11, ■ t,i,h,|-
IllK nil the troUnd lla aim in l|l Ie kbit).
There I. plumy uIK I 'ink vv I which Hall
h.. hml delivered ii the raiiebn nt Iruiu »i m
M.M per cord, and oummon luntlwr mm lw
delivered nl »£. per I boiianm I
The cllmnlc l> healthy. > lie r ml In not
run than || mllca frum ' I .at
nn.i ih mn hraaae inn- < .• purl
MM Uie nlinoa „ Willi m.rilllllK
elleet In, I 11,,, „|, In null ami
dry nud nlwuy, mild. ~ hill. ml nl«lit.
' \ '~ l,'e ilHi'Ve-.. l |'i.\.!'..| l .'\i',''i'ml'llmrii (l.ill
furiiln call aurpna- In luililrnl ml. nut nana
thia hunilllfnl dlalllel of I I. will, lla Warm
-prlnn-ul mineral utter, I alii I UK nil Iphtl r,
In,ll mul -...la. It, proM, elev.iHuii iihuvell.e
lea, pure, dry nud am.tie nlr, Willi heaUllflll
ncenery nil iiruiilid, can Inn cuiiflrln the na
nerllna thai na a heiillli re.ml II I it l.c
excelled, cpcclnlly fur i itnrrh, Ihmnl nml
it la the intenii.au ..r the Company, v noli
aa Hie laud I, alllnllvlded, lo aell 111 tricla
hulnatlafy nclin,!'-el'l'iem' ''i h. pie. vvil
he chiaallfed nccnldlliK In Ihe merit- ol the
proper!) One Ihlld lowu, halauee
GHARNOCK, MORRILL & Ri BINS, fl,
MIII.X All KM I M
p.rue,,ie-iiia' InlsriaaUin will nddreae
I MAH (,'IIAHNOOK.
I' ll 11,.a ".at, 1.0. AliKi'le-, Cnl.
RoomeMo. n .ml 13 Wlduey iti.u-k. (up
al lira) ITr-l -ire.. I. 'tween M nln nn.l Hprl t,«
W, h Hurl aSI IN, 101 l Cal., in
I I. '.Inn 1.11.1.. I eliieuulH, t'al.
WM. A. CONN,
San Bernarc , Cal,
Etc., Etc M
A SPLENDID WATtR POWER,
BEST of PASTURE LAND,
t'lniir.' llrotMl ll»ren
and Colts. Dir.
A Little Money will Secure Bar
IPHiY PtUuWHALLT. aapttil
Ocatn. i>« bH OOk-aAaaanT ao. t, Xl < T:
H.ddeltaalatad at the navium in Mn
atmle Hull, on the Tltiial THCHSIIAY nf each
.ninth. „i ;( o'clock r. a. SnJouniiiiK Knlghl
Earaplkr .11 aoral hUiiilliik are cnrdinlly Invite,!
attaCal li) onler of the X: ■C.
N, hM, aKlii n. am. II vrder
Los Angeles No. S3, K>
Stahal eonv ocutiotia . n .croud Ml IN DAY of eartt
ia>m)nuiiuiia in Koeal ntaiidiua
llyoelvrof SAMI'tX I'HAuEK, 11. I.
M. Levi, retar
Los Angeles Council No. 11, Roya,
and Select Masters, F. & A. M.
IliiLln. He -....... a— >~1.!., - nu tho 4th Mon
day nl onck month lit Maaonlc H ill, nt 7..10 r. a.
S..j,,uriiiiiK t.'.nniaiiiioiia in kih.l suiiiHuk art
Irtuejiiallv milled In attend.
It) urtlerut tin Th. m;.
> 11. I I XMXUIIAM. Illlllilll
I ▼ Vire held on Ihe tlnd IIONHAY of eiudi
uionlli al ;Mr. ». Meuila-r. ol I'oid.ipl,.. No.
'JO*.', (Hid aii ..Loiter Shtaotth in «,h.I Bl.inlin« ao
in onler ol Ihe W U
Los Angeles Lodge No. 35, I. 0. 0. ¥.
i&*'r- lL.in.«a in, .', Uo, bl Id on TllnHlll
of h k M ;:;«, aVU-1..
s.,|,.iiriiii. K brethren in aoon MAMHag ue ooniud
A SI, IDNAI.II, N. o.
1, i.. hau, r s.
American Legion of Honor.
Sar.iv i.oi'mii.. No u.i, in„.|„ l ,r,t and Third
I .lur! 11 I' ''" ""' ' ' *'
viai.ii k QnumiloiK nl -iv i TTIIOIIHI.
C O. Wiu,«a», ...treury. l ' '
K. of P.
Jnioi'ln'jl'a'.ome lIM t „',',"«'"t,eel" > '" > "
K. of P.
Olivi Loiai. No. M a«l flrnt and thlnl
Till ILShA.S in llu in,mil, ». ,1,1,1 1',.|;..„ .. u M
P. O. Uuikliiuf. Sojoiirinoe hnia'l,l. iiivitod,
W. a 11a.ii... K. of K. uni M, ' j.Mv
Los Angeles Lodge No. USB, K. of H.
Re|tular lueatlna-a ol the alio , c la.l K . .re hi.,
• '"'ty Wcdmaal.y e.iinut at 1,10 MaMtak 11.11
.•print mUM. Vuitinn n.oth, r„ are iMd.alij ,n
' inallo .ttoud. 11. a AI.VTIN
L O. 0. F.
Eagle Corps, N. O. 0.
i:«'»t''a -MoUntr* at the Armory, Oour
'it, I tuU; . ..; ,o, |, X ...
». II II KLSSItLL,
i Kini.aa rk.i Sanreant. Jem tl
'.'o-ifldence Fngine Cnmpany.
■~*sm--iwt mcr, month at ; tooeloek.
Rv order N. Ci.HKN. h,-ereuw
I tHY - <■- . i t |npiii!i . . gall,*. < iiiiii
t) f-nd other birdi. Ov«ui»«*ll. Agenu
I for IvinluuiN iucUN*to.>
t o«Hti UMBO* *\ «»'
LOS AXGELEB DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 4. 1884.
LIN KM OK TKAVKL.
SOOSAUa HKHK INS Ai i n , lianeral Atfenta
h IU A M Kits I.KAVIHAN Pit A NCISCI*
Knr Wrnnille. Silk, nnd llarrlahtire, Alaaka,
mul Nmialmii nnd New »e.tmlti-ler, H
CM advertlaed In S.u Kralielnen uewnpa
K„r .Tctorla, I'nrt 'lowuaend. Seattle, Taco
mn. ■ " ... and Olyuipla un Nov. 7,1/,,
a. and liec I, al 10 a. at
Knr A.n.rln nud I'i.rtlaiid, Nn. 4. 10. 15, 'JU,
r. nnd an. and llee. ft, al 111 A a.
Knr Kilreka, Areata and llunkton. ever)
PorPolal Arena, l.'iirTy'a Cuve. Mllle Kiver,
Whlte.li.iri. Meudinallin < Ily aud Noyu,
TIM! TABLI ( (»' NOrEMBtR:
i il\ -i s i
STKAMKHS. EI il i i i\\
Snnla Hoaa 'Oct M Nov. 1 Nov 3 Nov. I
Lot Ainielea Nov, i " 4, " li " »
ilrlmle" " ft " 7 " V " II
Kureka " 7 " « " HI " HI
j 1t,,.. " 10 " I'll " 11, " 111
1,.,, knielea " a " M " Ift " 1"
Oniaba U " 17. " In l " 21
Kureka 171 " 12' ,' 2U| " 22
SuilnKonn " 20 « Ml « Ml *a 20
orliahi " 3 " '-7, " -aliiec i
Kureka 27' " 22 1 " no. " 3
Suit. Kuan " IHn I ll.lt. 4 " o
1..,. Ana.le. IW 1 " 4 •• ftj " a
s.enmera Santa ituaa ami ilriinhn |0
I hi. .UK ii tn Sin DleflO, lea vI UK S ill Pedro nil
tlmiliileanf their arrlvala from San Fran
The Mania Roea aad Orlaaba onll nt snntu
Barbara nml Port Rarlord (Han i.ula (ii,i«p,,i
only, mi the mute tv nud fro... Sin ITII
Oarakaeonneot with sieejeri leave s p.
I. Ii depot, LOB AhKelea, na lulluwa Willi
S iiitn Kuan nml ilrla ihn, iluliiK unrtli, nt 111
o'clnek A. M.j K"liiK aoiilh. ut HI o uliick A.M.
Wllh l.ua AiiKelea mul Kureka, nU| iioiih.
Nt li) v cluck a m., railroad limo.
„ATUfcl OX* FAitil
KIIOM LM ANIiKI.I S
i n S in Kraml-eo lift 110
I rSOH san PBPSO WHAiiK
fo Soutarey and lanla Crua It ISO
Uaywfwa... & M 2
Hurl ll.irli.nl 10 ra) S
liavlnta 2 7
Siutn llnrhiiru 0 I
Sin llu tvonturn ii 4
Hnn lilcku ft 4
//Jjaya-I'liiiia of alouuicra Ctililun nt AlwOta
where bertßi nuiy in- keoaired
Knr Newport l.nndliiK. vl„ H intu I Tint, elc ,
freiabl atii.lliicra IcnvuSiii I'riilielaOo nliuill
every Iwu week., a. Udea nerve on the New
The I'liiupnny reaervea Ihe rli|hl tn cli»ii s e
.im .teameri or their day. uf aaiiiiiK
fyaJpaPor UuU. Of fmlKht aa aliuve or
All Important Points In Europe
H. MoLHLLiAN, : : : Agent.
HKKH'K Nu. ni'.itn tcltilst.,l..., Alli.'l'lea.
S. P. R R
Buuday, October 26th, 1884,
Trains leave and Hi due to arrivo at
X.<> 24 AIVGrBI.XI&
r uH DMTINATION. ( KROM.
C:iH) p. v Ooltou i P. ■
»UIO f m Colton " itt:t* a. m
|6180 Pi m Colton ,«:16 a. y,
tfiuu p. m. j Dtmiflfl k KxproM LlltO p. «
kUP.It \ Ka»t- ) Kiuiirmnt 7.00 a. m
p. m Xl P-»o ami Kiwi Ul* P. M<
LStM r. m. | Ban Kranoiaoo i Kxproaa. IttJ P. a
- n' a m. ( ttkoninotito. J Kiiiitfr'nt IlliP. m (
*J;»0 P. H. -v.i.i.i AM ami Anahtiiu. 1:10 A. M
» HA. M M.n.U Monlrrn tilt A. m
\4-M9, H.J SwiU Monica (SM P. Mi
*6:2Jp. M.l SanU Monica "4:fio p. v.
10:00 a. M.i WiLmliiKtou p. m
4:00 r. m. j Wilmington W.OO a. H.
iO.UO a. M.l Sau Pedro Utt p. m
4:00 P M.l S*n Pnlra .. »:00 a. v.
■Hun.iav.. tixixn-twl KSUiMiayn mih
T. H. GOODMAN.
General I .aaaei i|f i r and Tiokut Airunt.
A. IS. TOWNK,
K. K. HSWTCT,
Aaslelant Bui* rintoni lent. Loa Aineles.
CALIFORNIA SOUTHERN R. R.
DIRECT RAIL COMMUNICATION WITH
NATIONAL CITY AND SAN DIEGO.
On and alter Monday, February It, ItUM, traiim
of the California South.ni H.dln>a-t nohm aonlh
-vill leate .San lleruardinu daily, Sunday* ox-
OtpitaiL aa 1 l£>r. m., Colton or nn
arrival of l-jut-bound .Southern PMUIa train,
and lUvorHitieat t.lt> a. m., arriviinr at ban
DioKi' at 7:16 P. M.
(Joint, nortn, will leav* San I-Uito ut ii;4o A. M.
It,wrsnlc at TT£, arriving at Colton at iA'le. v .
and San lVrnardlno at 138 p. m.
■Thiol. I» i!«imu:iit.-. fanUi than San KranriM'o
Linn-. Pauton-ii-rii will Kiuetnuii tin (lOltoaixty
.tioj.viitn hv purt.tiiMinK their tickets of tho ait.nt
hofuro fiitornix tho cant.
OkhM iniinoi tiuii.. inaii.! with S. P. local to and
from Lou Aukoloh. PaiwoHifon* lo and IfQtn
tin- Ka*t will have Imt ahurt di-lay at
Colton. The altovo in National t'ilv tin.*,
For iiiforinatK.il fur frei W lit or lan J-lUn ut
.Vti. in ilahtortil.i SouiinTii iUilruait, Cidtou, ur
SuiKTintftident, anil (Jon. Pr and Vmh. Ajv't;
N Cal. MWI
Large Quuiililv of Land
6 DOLLARS PER ACRE
TRACTS OF 160 ACRES & MORE.
Lots 1081x171 tot, ... tvs.Tii Rowland
tttd WmMMUNI atrects, quarter of n
j milt) wt-at q| i t, ut >n. ~.■!..
Lot on Wfrnt (tiile of GaHJtM tttwt, Nit*
itmttfMl "i Mala, Mil 40 lo \¥> foot
alloy. Price. $400.
I Two lota HHUtlu'iiMt OOff I'irat ami
1 IVarl ativt-tt., ISOfMton IN url by |0A
ti fitm to l.'i foot iilley. Price f(*
botk, $;t. r »o.
j liH-'i acrni in I rtvvi-* i r.n l, near l)r-!
j anife, at from (Ji"> to fjmt Mf acre.
I ITOjiUttfietOu Olive Mmt, MVTnp !
j \<\v, at $1900 ta lot lor (H) feel front.
j 2l\ lot Loop k Meacrve tract I'o
Minnia, twenty acrt-s with comtaut
. n ■ • <i ot two incbea of witt> r,
unt,ern measurement, y.il-iing 'JtJ.OtlO
piloM each M bonra. 51440.
M. L. WICKS.
: 121 south roRT iranx lob
| MIrVTKLLANKOUS. MIBCKLLAfi KOUS.
Pacific Wagon Comp'y,
Ne. M VOKTII MAIN STREET,
Wholewile and Retail Dealer in Every Description ot
Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Wagons, Etc.
Manufactured!from Material Seasoned to Suit this Climate.
Call and Examine My Goods.
J. R. McMANIS, Manager.
Paper Box Manufacturer,
20 and 22 NORTH SPRING STREET.
All Work Done at San Francisco
il JIT sS I Iff ORE!
The New Colony on the California Southern It. It.,
Twenty Vile* South or Kiver.^lde,
I|M pr„v»l . (rro.t O.M .ixty 1nn,,., .vern«liiK thirty .rrn, »nd o.er one hunriml
town lull liav. has w.M. T|ic,uu,.,l. ..| tr.'i ■ have hm-n »ct ill or. tl.r.H .n,l h„.l»™ tniN mi.l
»tr.»U mdKl. Our lIHANIi AVI NI X, TK.N MILES 1.11.Yd; nur bnuitilul l»ko, lluw M It.
hIKh.Ht.UKr; our ile'lvhtlul iliiuh r. .... . ..r. he ~ ry a1,.it,.1i,..t .in,ual rolt.Ml .nil w.tcr
ImIHWM, ttct .-■.!. !........, , Willi Mild ri:n WrnM. one-thlnl .«ah »nu
1,.1..in, Ht H por 0.-nt. intnr,'.!, .-. rl.ilnl. iimk.' lh „ tin, l.rnt nfl.-.inir on the market. Knr circular,
an.l lurtiu r pir.ici.lirH , ~11 ~l„ nronrictoni. 11. lIK%LI*. Elsinor., (.'al.,-
JO. IKE. ORAIXAM, Hooiu« so aud 37 N„,!,-au lllta-k, Ixw I'ala
J.IiUII W]I.<'WI.I.IKU. El.lllore, C.I.
■ ■ h7 slotterbeck,
Sportsmen's Headquarters, Temple Block,
Opposite United States Hotel,
Healer in all KiiKll.b ami American Ute.it
in.provee! Treble.WolKo I —' *■ H , •■ • ■ -
AU,,, lateat improved KIKLKS
Chokc-boriiij; and Repairing of
Hue guna a apveiatty.
All work done in boat atyle, ttpeak
iug for it- elf and leaving no need
for eolf-praise. oiifl
THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE THE
SIERRA MADRE VILLA
For Comfort, a I'lunnt Home, <!00,1 living, I'ure Air and Sparkling- MounUln Water. The Pain.
of the Villa, »i Hi it. lu-.o .laflon for one hundred K ueati, la world-wide. Situated ou th.
i.t.i.i, aide, IKiHI leet above the »,*, in the mldat ol all
And overlooklrg the fine Hhii (inbrlel Vnllev, with due suites nt rooms, oontaining all modem coo
VetlfteMel with larga, ajiacioun vcrai.dna,' n beautiful lawn and the most genial climate under
ABOVE THE SEA FOGS.
The Villa bj Irom tan AiiKclea thirteen mile-. Train, leave dally lor San Gabriel Station
at H.iitl A. tt. and 2:110 r. M. VUt* «H tw all train. hA lIX OO I KH'TO. Kor timber
inforuiatioii ini|Uire by mail tn San (Inbriel NMofflce, or telephone direct tn the Villa to
W. P. ItIIOAIIKS, Manager WM. t:O(,SWE[.L, Proprietor dee 7
NO. 21 LOS ANGELES ST.
Doater in Stovee, Rnngea, Hardware, AgriotiUnral linplementa, Force and Li:t
Pumps, Rubber Hose. Crockery and (iiaaeware, Iron and ljead Pipe. Sole Agent
fin* the Superior Stoves and Ranges, manufactured by Brittgeft Reach Manufactur
ing Co., St. Ijonis, Mo. Manufacturer of Tin, Copper and Sheet Ironware and
Artesian Well Pipe. Plumbing In all it? branches done to order with neatness and
disr-atch. jy*2l tf
WHOLBSALH AND RETAIL
DEALER IN WINES
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
I'IKST STiail. BETWEEN SPRIN« AND Mliv.
T.OS AWTgEI.BB, OAI,. lebBli
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE OEOCRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY, WIU
SEE OY EXAMINING THIS MAP, THAT THE
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R y,
I <3elne the Great Centrnl Line, arTorO to travelers, by reason of Its unrivaled geo
| graphical position, the ahortost and beat route between the East. Northeast ana
Southeast, and the West, Northwest and Bouthwest.
It Is literally and strictly true, that its connections are all of ths principal line*
of road between the Atlantic and the Pacific.
By its main line nnd branches it reaches ChicaKO, Jollet, Peoria, Ottawa,
iLa Salle, Qeneseo, Molina and Rock Island, In Illinois . Davenport, Muscatine
; Washington, Keokuk, Knoxvllle, Oakaloosa, Fairfield, Dos Moines, West Liberty
j lowa City, Atlantic, Avoca, Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Center and Council Bluffs,
1 in lowa i Gallatin, Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, fn Missouri, and Leaven
-1 worth and Atchison ;n Kansas, and tha hundreds of cities, villages and town*
. intermediate. The
"GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE,"
A. I. I. familiarly called, offers to traveler, all the advantage, and comfort.
Incident to a smooth track, „afo bridge,., Union Depots Ft all connecting; point..
Fust Enpress Trains, composed of COMMODIOUS, WELL VENTILATED, WEL!
HEATED, FINELY UPHOLSTERED nnd ELEGANT DAY COACHES - a line of th
MOST MAGNIFICENT HORTON RECLINING CHAIR CARB ever built | PULLMAN'S
'ntest de.len.d and handsomest PALACE SLEEPING CARS, and DINING CARI
! that are acknowledged by press and people to be the FINEST RUN UPON ANY
I ROAD IN THE COUNTRY, and In which superior meals are served to trav.lar. al
! .he low rate of SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS EACH.
THREE TRAINS each wny between CHICAGO nnd the MISSOURI RIVER.
TWO TRAINS euch wny between CHICAGO and MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL.
via the lamous
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
A New and Direct Line, via Seneca and Knnkakee, has recently been opened,
I between Newport News, Richmond, Cincinnati, Indianapolis and La Fayette
md Council Bluffs, St. Paul, Minneanolls nnd inte.mediate points.
All Through P issengeie carried on Fnst Express Trains.
For more detailed Information, see Maps and Folders, which may be obtained, as
well as Tickets, at all principal Ticket Offices in the United States and Canada, or of
R. R. CABLE, L ST. JOHN,
WW Pmn 4. ««n'i Miinufca-, G.n'l TtPl * Pau'r A»"»
Far Hal,-, nnd foil In formalise api>t. le ►. w. Tl.nmp.on, Tta..
■ling Pt»».«nirer . >.i. si. Elasa Has*l, l.ns Angeles.
I • A.IU Knd" Bydn.7 cotU tor ml. to »r.i>. .1
I .11.60 (Mr ton, b\ th. cr led. K» b.rk Cord.,
j lb s dv. In Or-tobH.
LOS ANQELES GAS CO.
*ep?Uf (Hfloa Ho. 8 Sonora St.
The? firm of Carr e\ Thiimrmon U thia «l*y
diMMTM hy mutual MMMt. <ao M\
rbOUMM retlriuj. JJiO. tt. CAKK.
bao. M IUU-MfaoN
Lot Angela", OaJ., Oct. IL, ItMM nu. aw
HORSES FOR SALE.
Draft ami cirt hor*)* for nl« by Cmll Fran he
at Do -vnev City. The animate can be aeen on
c-ery -Sunday by partlea who dealre i.. |.nr
i I* < > IXI tl -I' OR R,
UNUCRTAKKHB AND EMBALUKRS,
H.vc n-uioveu to th.tr u.w.itoru, No. .7 .North
Burin. Km. M
lIOAKI. Oh -i! PKIIVIfIORR, I
Los AMOKLBft, Cal., October 3. U<*4 >
In thr Mutt* v/ thr kXkcUon Prttclamation.
Of motion uf H\iuvrv\nut oirnux it Ia
hereby ordered that there tM published, lv
•eeorisaes with s-ctb.n MUoftbc Polities]
l.'ode, aud for t h. period of ten day» next
before tha election heretmifter mentioned, a
cnp> of ihe Election Pr.Ndaiuatlon of th*
UovsmOff of this State, which said proclam*
llun Is lii word, aud figures following,to wit:
|TAU Of <: A LI FOKNIA. (
IX EC I I IVE WCFAH i M ENT. \
YOTK.K li* HEKEBY (iIVEN that a general
.> eleetiouwlll he held throughout th-Mute
of r H l!lur[iiH on Tueiduy, the fourth day of
November. A. I>. IHM, when the following
oHirer- will he elected, vl*.:
Klght Electors of President and Vice Presi
dent of the tutted Htates.
Six Kepre*>entr4tlves to the Congress of the
I'utled StHles, to l>e elected from the bib.*
1 One Kepresentatlve from tbe First Con
gresHhunil i-f-irlcl, cnuiprifdnir the Coumtes
of Del Norte, Humboldt. Trinity. Siskiyou,
Shasta, Modoc, l.assen. .'lurna*, Hlerra. Ie
hnnm, ColUMrt, Mendocino, Lslte, Hoiioniii,
2. Oue Represent itlve from the Second
"'ongressionitl Idntrlci,comprising ihe Coun
ties of liuttc, Sutter, Vuha, Nevada. I'lact r,
Xl I>orado, Ainmlor. C-iUverns s m Jomjiiin,
Stanislaus, Merced, Tuolumne, and Marl
... One Kepreseulatlve from the ThlrdCou
greswlotial IHstrtct, Comprising the Counties
Yolo, Mieramcnt.,, Solauo. Contra Costa,
Marin, nnd Alameda.
l ifue Kepresent itlve from the Fourth Con
grcM-lou-d I'lsli ici, eoiiiprlniug hII thnt por
tion of (he City and County of sbtn Francisco
described as follows, viz.: Commencing ut
the Intersection of Hryant Hi reel with the
waters of the Hay of B'iu Francisco, couMnu
llig thence aloiuf the center of Hryant Htreet
to the center of Seventh Htreet; thence along
the center of Seventh Street to the center of
Market Htreet. thence along the center of
Market Streel to the center of McAllister
Street. thence along ihe center of McAllister
Htreet to the center of Leavenworth Street;
thence along the center of Leavenworth
Street to the ceuterof Sutter Htreet; theuce
along the ceuterof Sutter Htreet to the center
of Hyde Htreet. thence along the center t*f
Hyde Htreet to the center of California Street:
thence along the center of California Htreet
tolls Intersection with the east ifue of the
City Cemetery . thence northerly In a direct
line tothe Waters nf the Pacific Ocean; thence
along tiie shore In an easterly direction to
the place of beginning, together with all the
Islands within the houudnrioN of the City
and County of Sau Francisco.
ft. One Representative from the Fifth Con
gressional |>i.,i r let, com],rising all that portion
of the City and County al s vi Kranelsco not
included In the Fourth Uougres-lonnl DU
trier, togcrher with the Counties of Sin Ma
leo, Htuta Cruz, and Santa Clara.
B. One Representative from the Sixth Con
gressional nistrici, comprising the Counties
of Hail Henlto, Moiiterev, Hau Luis Ohispo,
Santa Harharu, Ventura. Kern.Tulare, Fresno,
Alpine. Mono, Inyo, San Hemardluo, Los
Angeles, and Han Diego.
Slate Senators from the following Sena
First District, composed of the Count!*,* of
S in Diego and S in Heruardlno, one Senator.
Third District.composed of the Counties of
Ventura. S oil a liarhara, and B,m l.v is ul.i>.p. i,
Fifth District, composed of the Counties of
Maripoaa, Merced,aud HtaniNlaus, one Seua-
Seventh District, composed of the County
of Santa Clara, two Senators.
Ninth District, composed of that portion
of tlie City and Couuty of Siu Francisco
hounded and described as follows: Coin
uiencing at a point where the southerly line
nf the United Slates military reservation
known aa the "Presidio Reservation,'' inter
sects with the waters of tlie Pacilic Ocean;
thence meandering along the waters of said
ocenn and tlie water* of tim Ray
of Sin Francisco uortherly, Aster
Iv, aud southerly to a point where
Washington Street fnterspcta with said hay;
I hence westerly along-aid Washington Street
to Its intersection with First Avenue, thence
northerly along said avenue to its intersee
tlon with the southerly boundary line of
the said "Presidio Reservation y' thence
westerly and along the southerly boundary
Hue of snld "Presidio Reservation" to Its
intersection with the Pacific Ocean and the
point of beginning, two Senators.
Eleventh I Mm riet. composed of that portion
of the City and Comity of Sau Francisco
hounded and described as follows: Com
meuclug at a point ou the line of Market
Street where Fourth Street intersects with
said Market Street; theuce easterly along
said Market Street to the waters of the Hay
of Han Francisco; thence southerly and
southwesterly along tiie Hue of the waters
of said hay to a point, where Fourth Street
Intersects with said bay; thence northerly
along ihe line of said Fourth Street to the
point of beginning, l wo Senators.
Thirteenth District, composed of thnt por
tion of the City and County of H in Francisco
bounded and described as follows: Com
mencing at a point where the Point Lobos
Toll Koad produced In a direct lino westerly
Intersects with the waters of the Paclric
Ocenn him) running thence easterly along
said Point 1.0i.0s Toll Koad tothe point of Its
CMiiuectton with Geary Htreet; thence along
said Geary Street easterly to its intersection
with Lurkin Street; thence southerly ulong
said Larkin Street to the point of Intersection
with Markel Street; thence northeasterly
along said Market Street lo the point « in re
Kighth Street Intersects with said Market
Street; thence southeasterly along said
Kighth Streel to Its intersection wilh " Inn
nei Street; thence northeasterly along said
Channel Street to the point of Its Intersee
tion with Fourth Street; thence southeast
erly along said Fourth Street to the point of
its intersection with the Hay of Sin Fran
dsco; thence southerly along the line of the
watersof said hay to the point of Intersection
with the boundary line between Ihe City and
County of Han Francisco and the County oi
San Mateo with the waters of said bay.
thence westerly along said boundary line to
the point of Intersection with the Pacific
ocean; thence northerly along the line of
said ocean 10 the point of beginning, two
Fifteenth District, composed nf the Conn
ties of Contra Costa, and Marin, oue Sena
Seventeenth District,composed of theCoun
this of Tuolumne and Calaveras, oU Sena
Nineteenth District, composed of the Coun
ties of Solnuo and Voir,; Solnno, one Sena
tor, Solano Jointly with Yolo, one Senator.
Twenty-first District, composed of the
Couuty of Sonoma, one Senator.
Twenty-third District, composed of the
Counties of Xl Dorado and Alpine, ou Sena
Twenty-fifth District, composed of the
Counties, of Yuhn. and Hotter, nuo Senator.
Twenty seventh I>i-triet, composed of the
Counties of Mendocino, Hum'- Hdt, and Del
Norte, one Senator.
Twenty ninth District, cmpo ed nf the
Coiinilesof Colusa and thin , one Sena-
Also, members of the Assembly an follows:
1. The Counties of Del Norte aud Siskiyou,
2. That portion of the County of Hum
boldt comprising tlie Townships of Orlemis,
Klamath i'rinldad, Mad River, Union. Eu
reka, and Hucksport, one member.
t All that portion of Humboldt County
not Included in the Second Ansemhly Dis
trict, one member.
4. The Counties of Trinity and Shasta, one
5. T he Counti' l o' ModOC aud Lassen, one
<>. The Counties of Plumas and Sierra, oue
7. The County of Tehama, oue member,
8. That portion of the County of Hutte coin
prising all of Chicoand D'lyton Townships,
all of Oregon Township lying west of the
meridian line dividing ranges two and three
east, lv township., twenty mul twenty-one
north, Mount Diablo base and meridian ; ,dl
of Hamilton Township, except that part of
naid township lying east of tlie section
boundary lines of sections four, nine, and
sixteen, and north of sections twenty seven,
twenty-six, and twenty five, township nine
teen north, range three east, Mount Diablo
base and meridian, as hud down on the
official map of said Unite County, and all of
Gridley Township, in said county, as re
uently set oil from Hamilton 'Township by
the Hoard of Supervisors of said county,
y. All that portion of Hutte County not
included iv the Kighth Assembly District,
10. The County of Colusa, one member.
11. The County of Mendocino, one mem
12. The County of Like, • member.
IS, The Counties of Sutter uud Yuba, oue
H. All that portion of the County of No
vnd i comprising the Township- of Nevada,
Hlooinfieid. and Eureka, and the Preeinctsof
Cherokee and North Bab Juan, lv bridge
port Township, one member.
If*. All that portion of the County of Ne
vada not Included in the Fourteenth As
sembly District, one member. _
Hi. The County ol Placer, one member.
17. 'The County of Xl Dorado, one member.
IH. All that portion of the Counly ot Sicra
mento comprising the Firt and Third Wards
of Sacramento City, one member.
ty. Ail lhat portion of the County of Sacra
mento comprising tbe Second and Fourth
Wards of Hutu mento City, one member.
20. All that portion of Ihe Couuty of H icm
ineilto not included in the Eighteenth mid
Nineteenth Assembly Districts, one member.
HI, j lie Coin.ly of Yolo, one member.
22. 'Thu Count) of Napa, one member.
Ita. 'Thai portion of the County of Sonoma
comprising the townships of Cloverdale,
Wellington, Mendocino, Sill Point, Red
w I, bodega, and ocean, one member
•24. That portion of the County of Sonoma
comprising the Townships of Annally, S mta
Rosa, Knight s Valley, and Russian River.
-j. * All thai portion of the Couuty of Sonoma
not included in the. I went v (bird ami in.,,
Iv fouith A- biv Districts,oue member
liii. AH that portion of the County of Solano
comprising lowushipsof Vallejo and He
nicia, one member.
27, All thai portfoa of the County of Solano
ma included in the Twenty sixth Assembly
District, one member.
2*. Tiie County of Marin, one member.
2y. All rhal portion of the City and County
of Sm Francisco bounded „- follows Coin
meneing ar tiie point id intersect ion where
tbe center line ol Hryant <*> red Inter-eds the
wal.rsof Hay of San hraneisco, continuing
thence hIoiil: Ihe center of the following
named street-; Hryant to First, Fir-i to
Minna, Minna to Second. Second to Market.
Market to Kearney, Ki-arny to Sirr.tmcnto
Hteramellto (o the Maters of the Hay of Sail
Francisco, thence nU.Uu the shore to the
place of beginning, om member.
30. All thai portion of t.,e City and Counly
of s.tn Franci-< , b...„„|,.,j follows, Com
meneing at the Intersection ..f the center of
Hryaul and Kir-t -tr.-et>., continuing thence
along the center of |be following unified
streets Bryan) to i bittrd, i bird to Market,
Markel lo isec,ud, Second to Minna, Minna
inVrnhe/ I ' 1 ~" t " " 1 " 1 ' one
id. Ail thnt portion of the i Uy and Counly
of H.,n Trancisco bounded hs follows: Com
mencing at the inlerseetiou of S icrmnento
Street and the waters of Ihe Hay of Hnn Fran
cisco, continuing theuce along the center of
I lie follow jng Named streets S icramento to
Kearuv. Kearny lo Sutter, Sutter to Htocklon.
Stockton to Pacific, Pacific to the waters of
the buy ol Hau Francisco, thence along the
shore of said bay to the place of beglnulnf.
together with all the waters of the Hay of
Sin Francisco, and the Islands contained
tberefu situated withiu the boundaries of
the City and Couuty of San Frauaitoo, ouc
■g- AU that porti >v of the City aud County
of San Francisco bo mded as follows Com
meneing nt the Intersection of Pacific Street
and the witters of the Bay of S>n FrancDco,
c.uiluutng thence .long the center of the
n lowing named streets Pacific to Stork
""i. Stockton to Sutler. Sutler to Mason, Ma
?raP. < gN«i>.qf«> tothe waters Of the Hay
or hm, Francf-co, thence along the shore of
ul i nV.7L %n rr **<'l" <> to the place of
heal nn m one member.
of s.i li U,i[ . l " ,n 'he City nud County
of Han Iranclsco bounded as follows Com
.'lVeen Str^-,M ( iP olut of '"terseelfon of
:tl All tfiat portion of the City and County
"' H 111 rranclsco hounded i- follow- c nm "
ZZ U »..? L .i. ht ' IV*"*" " »' <ireenwieh
Street anil the wnters of ihe Hay of Sm
f-raiielsc., continuing thence along the cen
ler of the following named streets Green
wtch to Jones. Jonas to Sutter Su Ul . r tn
Hyde Hyde to lt ,e waters of the Hay of's v
Francisco, rhoncc along ihe shore of H «id bar
to ihe place of beginning, one membar.
3. r ». All lhat portion ol the City and County
of Hiu Francisco bounded as follows' Com
mencing at the intersection of the center of
Hryant aud 'Third Htreets.ejont i n v I na- then-,,
along the center of the following named
streets: Bryant to Fourth, Fourth to Market,
Market to Stockton, Stockton to Sutler, Sutter
to Kearny, Kearny to Market, Market to
Third. Third to Ihe place of beginning, one
:c. All that portion of the Clly and County
of Hau Francisco bounded »h follows: Com
mencing nt the Intersection of Fourth
aud Bryant Streets, thence along the
ceuterof the following named streets: Bry
ant lo Fifth, Fifth to Market. M uket to M i
sou, Mason to Sutter, Sutter to Stockton,
Htocklon to Markel, Market to Fourth, and
Fourth to place of beginning, one member.
K7. All that portion of the City and County
of Siu Francisco hounded as follows: Com
mencing at the Intersection of Fifth and
Bryant Streets, continuing llienre along the
cenler of tin- following named streets: Bry
ant to Hixth, Sixth to M irk el, M irket to Tay
lor. Taylor to Hotter, HnUer lo M isnti, Mason
to .Market, Market to Fifth, 1 Fifth tothe
place of beginning, one mem Iter.
H*. All that portion of the City and County
nf Sin Francisco bounded as follows: Com
mencing id the intersection of Sixth a id
Hmtnt Streets, continuing thence along t. c
( i nter >d the following named streets; Bry
ant to Seventh, Seventh lo Market. Market to
Mc Ulister. McAllister tn Le iveuworth, l.eav
enthworth to Sutter, Sutler to Tavlor, Taylor
to Markut. Market to Sixth, and Sixth to the
place of beginning, one member.
IW. AM thai portion of the City and County
of San Fninci.-cu bounded a- foihovs: Com
in. ii.'Nig at the intersection of Bryant and
Seventh Streets, continuing thence Hloug
the center of the following named streets
Bryant lo Kighth, Eighth to Market, M irket
to Larkin, Lurkin lo Sutter, Hutter to Leaven
worth, Leavenworth to McAllister, McAl
lister to Market, Market to Seventh, and Sev
enth to the f b.'dniihiL'. one member.
40. All that portion of the City and County
of Sm Francisco h .undedas follows; Com
menolng at Ihe intersection of Hryaul and
Eighth Slreets, continuing thence along Oo
center of the following named streets; Bry
ant to Eleventh, Eleventh to Market. Market
to Van Noss, Van Ness to Sutter, Hitter to
, Larkin, Larkin. to Market, Market lo Eighth
aud Kighth to the place of beginning, our
41. All that portion of the City and County
of San Francisco hounded H s follow-: Com
tneucing at the Intersection of Hyde Street
with the watersnf the Bay of San Francisco
continuing thence along the center of Hyde
Street to the center of California Street;
theuce along the center of California Street
lv a direct line to Its intersection with the
east line of the City Cemetery, thence north
erly in a direct line to the waters of the Pa
ciflc Ocean; thence along the shore In an
easterly direction to the place of beginning,
42. All that portion of the City and County
of Sau Francisco bounded as follows: Com
mencing ut the Intersection of Avenue H
and the waters of tbe Pacific Ocean, coniluu
lug theuce along the center of the following
named streets: Avenue B to First Avenue,
First Avenue to Turk Streel, Turk to Dcvisa
dero, Devlsadero to Kddy. Kddy lo Van Ne—
Van Ness to Suiter. Sutter to Hyde, Hyde to
California, California to the east Hue of the
City Cemetery: thence v .rtherly in a direct
line to the wnters of the Pacific ocean
theuce along the shore iv a westerly and
southerly direction to the place of "begin
ulug, together with the Ul anils known as the
Fnrallone Islands,one member.
4:t. All that portion of the City and Comity
' Of Han Franci-co bounded as follows: Com
mencing al the Intersection of Avenue Band
the waters of the Pacific Ocean, cootilining
; theuce along the center of the following
named streets: Avenue H to First Avenue,
First Avenue to Turk, Turk to Devi.-adero
Devisadeni to Eddy, Eddy to Van Ne-.-, Van
' Ness to Fell, Fell lo St myan, Stanyan to D, D
! tothe waters of the Pacific Ocean, thence
along the shore of said ocean to the place of
beginning, oue member.
44. All that portion of the City and County
of Siu Francisco bounded as follows. Com
meneing at Hie Intersection of Avenue D, and
tbe waters of the Pacific Ocean, coin inning
thence along the center of the following
, named streets: Avenue Dto St myan, Stan
van to Fell, Fell to Van Ne-, Van Ness to
Markel, Markel to Eleventh. Eleventh to
Channel, Channel to Harrison, Harrison to
Fourteenth, Fourteenth to Guerrero, Guer
rero to Eighteenth, thence along Eighteenth
to its westerly end, thence in a direct Hue
we-terly to an intersection of the eastern
limit uf X Htreet for Avenue), theuce along
X to the waters of the Pacific ocean, thence
northerly along the shore tn ihe place of be
ginning, oue member.
45. All that portion of the City and County
of Han Francisco bounded as follows: Com
mencing nl the intersection of Guerreroand
Fourteenth Streets, i (tuning thence along
the center of the following named streets
Fourteenth to Harrison, Harrison to Chan
ucl, Channel to Hryant, Hryant to Seventh,
Seventh to Missi-sippl, Mississippi lo Napa,
Nana to Twenieth, Twentieth lo Guerrero,
and Guerrero to the place of beginning, one
I. All thai portion of the City and County
of Han Francisco hounded .is follows: Com
mencing at the intersection nf Bryant Street
and the waters of the Hay of H tn Francisco,
thence continuing along tin- center of the
following named streets Bryant to Sev
enth, Sev nth to Mis-i-sippi, Mississippi to
Napa, Napa to the waters of the Bay of Sau
Francisco, and thence along the shore of
said bay to the place of beginning, one
47. AH that portion of the City and County
of San Francisco hounded as follows: Com
mencing at the Intersection of Ni pa Street
and the waters of the Bay of S in Francisco,
continuing thence along the ceuterof the
following nnmed slreets Napa to Howard,
Howard to Army, Army to Mission, thence
along tiie county road to it- intersection with
the boundary line dividing the Counties of
Han Francisco and Sin Mateo, thence along
said boundary Hue to its intersection with
the waters of the Bay of Hin Francisco,
thence along the shore of said bay to the
place of beginning, one member.
4H. All that portion of [be City ami County
of Han Francisco bounded as follows: Com
mencing at the intersection of X Street and
Ihe waters of the Pacilic Ocenn, continuing
thence along tin- center of the following
named streets: X to its ea-terly limit, thenco
in a direct line to the westerly end of Eigh
teenth, Eighteenth lo Guerrero. Guerrero to
Twentieth, ') wentieth to Howard, Howard to
Army, Army to Mission, (hence along the
county road to iv Intersection with the
boundary line dividing I lie Counties of San
Francisco and S in Mateo, thence along said
line to the w nters of the Pacific i tce.tu. tin nee
along tbe shore of said ocean t<> the place 01
beginning, one member.
iJ. Tbe County of Shi Mateo, one member.
!*). The County ~f S.uiln Cruz, one mem
(L All that portion of Alameda Couuty
comprising the I own-hips uf Murray and
Washington, and that certain portion of
Kden 'township within the Corporate limits
id the Town of Hay-ward., nud that portloO
of said Kden Township known hs Castro
Valley election precinct, described as fol
lows, to-wit: Commencing at a point where
the northerly Hue of tlie 'Town Haywards
is intersected by the dividing line between
Sin Lorenzo nud Castro Valley election pre
ducts, tnence along said dividing line of
said precincts to tne middle Hue of Shi
Lealid.ro Creek; thence easterly ami north
erly along the middle uf said creek to the
dividing line uf said counties to Us point of
Intersection with the dividing line of Eden
and Murray Townships abue-aid; thence
along -aid dividing line between Eden and
Murray Townships to the comer ol Kden
Murray, and Washington 1 uwi.ship-. (nence
wesi.-rly along the line dividing the lown
shipa of Washinglonand Eden ~, the middle
of them itainroad from H lyw ml- i hence
northerly along the middle oi - .id n.ad to
the soutucrly boundary line of tpe town of
Havwards and CistroYullcv election pre
ducts to tbe place of beginning, one im-m
:>2. All that portion of Alameda Countf
comprising sn much of Kden I uwii-hip ti
ls i.ot included in the Finy fir-t A--emhl>
District, and lhat portion of Hrooklyu Town
ship lying outside of the City ol oakl >ud,
ami nil ot Alamed i 'Township, one member.
XI. All that porilon of Ahnnad i County
comprising the S.xtb and Fourth Wards.-I
the City o| Oakland, de.,eri I us follows
hegnmiiig at the , in tbe westerly lln
nfthcHcvn.il. Uaid w here I he s .me is Inler
seeled by ienth Streel produced; thence
we-teily along-aid Iriilh Street lo Ada line
Street. I he nee thrrly along said Ada i I nr.
Streel to Ihe northerly line of Al-.nied i
Town-hip. thence easterly along said line of
Alamed i lownsiiip to where the same is
Inter eele.f hy Ihe dividing line between
Ihe -nd -ulli and Seventh Ward-. Ihence
re in ■ 1, along said dividing line to Ihe
point oi beginning, otic member.
54. All lhat portion of Alameda County
oomph-dug the First Ward of the Clly of
o .ki.ind, being all that portion of said "City
; ot Oakland lying wesl of Adallne Si reel.md
! all that portion of tbe County of Alameda,
being a portion of Oakland ioui.sbip, lying
outside of said City of Oakland, bound. .1 ns
follows: I oiumeiiriiig at thr intersection of
Ihe northern charter line of the City of Oak
land with the dividing line between Hay and
ieme-cal election precincts, thence north
erly along said dividing line to where It
inter-ects the southerly line between Berke
ley election precinct, rheuce westerly slung
-aid line of -aid Berkeley election precinct
tothe dividing line between Berkeley aud
West lierkeley election precincts. I hence
northerly along nald dividing line last
mv 1 to the southerly line of Ocean View
election precinct, thence easterly along said
last named line to the dlvidfng line between
Al imeda and Coiilra Costa Counties, thence
northwesterly and westerly along snld Ala
meda and Contra Costa boundary line of
Alameda County and the City and County of
Sm Francisco, thence southerly along said
la-i named boundary line to the said north
ern charier line of the City of Oakl Hid.
thence easterly along said last named line to
the point of beginning, one member.
,'m. All thai porti* f Alameda County
rompri-lng the Second and I bird Wards of
tb. ( ilv of Oakland, and bounded as fol
low- Commencing a' the I nlr r.-rr I ion of
the northern cli.mer line of the City ol
u.kl.nd wllh the enter Hue of Adallne
S reel thence southerly abaig sitd center
line o| Adallne Htreet to where tin-same Is
Intersected by tho center line of Tenth
street ibei.eeeasterly along shM cel.ler line
of Tenth Htreet tothe Center line of Broad
way thence uortherly along the center line
of Broadway to the dividing line between
the Second and Tilth Wards, thence easterly
along said dividing Hue la-l named to the
di\hliug line between the Second and Sev
enth Wards, thence northerly along said last
named Hue to the said northern charter line:
[hence westerly along sab) last named line
. to the point of hcgluulug, one member.
SA. All that portlpU of Alameda CounLy .
I comprising all of Oakland Tuwnahlp out I
aide ol the Clly of Oskland, and not lv
eluded in the Fitly (uiirth Aasemby I'l.i ;, ■
and all ol th. Clly of Oakland constituting
"•• Fifth and Seventh Ward., nut luelu led
lv the Fifty third. Fifty fourth snd Fifty flrih
\--einbl) Districts, miv- member.
87. Th* Couuty uf Contra Costa, ooe mem
.f». AU thkt portion of the County of Mm
Jo iqiiiu comprising tbe city of Stockton, one
.'»«. All that portion of Hau Joauuln Couuty
not included fn the Fifty-eighth fjUtrlcc nam
60. The County of Amador, one member
iii 1 he County of I alevnrss, oue member
62. The County of Tuolumne, one mem
-68. All that portion of the County of Santa
Clara comprising the Townships of Alina
den. Redwood. Fremont, Alvlsu, and Santa
Clara, one member.
lA. All thai portlou of the County ol H una
I'lara Comprising |l,e Cily of Sau Jose, OUe
B All that portlou of Santa Clara County
comprising Ihe Townships nf Mllpltaa Bur
net, and lillroy. mid all of tin, Township ul
sin j,eicept the City uf Hau Jose, one
60. The County oi Stanislaus, oue member.
67. Tbe Counties of Merced and Mariposa,
W. The Couuty of ri in Heliito one member.
o'J. The Counly of Mouterev, one member.
70. The ('utility of one member.
71. The County ol l ul ,re. one member.
72. i'he Counties of Aplilie,Mono,aud Inyo,
... c ounty of Haii Lull Oblapo, one
De 'r' Tl '» bounty of Baota Barbara, one mem
oiSnTembe;"'"" 6 * °' KerU "" d VentUr "'
I'on'tahled in\r t Town ff H''*
member 0 Connty a * n Boroardlno, oue
tO. I'he Couuty nr Sin Diego on. ,„ , ,
Al.o Judge, o/the iap^oSttSffftS
for the li.llo.vlne, 1,.. v i a .v" 111 ""d
111 each of the Countle. of Alpine,-Ama
dor. Unite, ('ilcvaras. Coulr. njfu
Inyo Kern, Lake, l.isseu, Marin, Mariposa'
Mention , Me...'.d. Modoe, Mouo.T|B&
ley, Napa, Nevada, Plicer Plumas Hin
Benin., Siu Bernardino, H in Die..., H.i'iLuia
dl.i-P". Hu, Mateo, Hiiira Barbara Smta
I'mz. Hlia.la. Mien ~ HUk-y,,,,, s .lan.'i, Slan-
Is.aus. lehnui i Trinity l„l ire. l oolti.„„..
\ entiira, and l olo,,ine Judge of I he Superior
Iv the Counties of Yuba and Suiter com
bined, one Judge of the Superior Court
In each ni tlie Couulles of Alamed i. Los
Angeles. 8 ier anient,,, Sin Joaquin, H luta
Clara, nml .Sonoma, two Judges of the Hu
In the Clly and County of Htn Francisco
four Judges oi the Soperior Court.
Also. 1,1 the said eleeiloii. .uiieudmeuta to
Ihe Cnstlltillou of Hiate. submltled by the
Legislature lit Us last regular session, aud at
lis liiat exlra session, uiinibered as herein
after specilie.J, will l.c volod upon by the
electors of said Htate, rlftd *
AMENDMENT No. I.
SkcrioN 19. lv any city where there are uo
public works owned and controlled by the
muulelpallly for supplying Ihe sam.' will,
; water or artificial lfgnt, any Individual or
auy company, duly lneorp,,r iie.l for such
purpose under mid by aulhorily of ihe I iws
of thia htate. shall, underlhedireeiluuof ll.e
superintendent of Streets, or other ollic-r io
eoutrol thereof, nnd under such general rot:
illations as the municipality may pres. nl„.
for damages, and Indimulty for damage
have the privilege of using the public Mr,-. !.
aud thoroughfares thereof, aud of laying
down pipes and conduit, therein, and cmr
lieetlons therewith, so far a. may be lie. <■-
: sary for Introducing iuto aud supplying .ucti
. city and 111 Inhabitants either wllh gas
light or other illuminating light or with
- fresh water for domestic and all other pur
' poses, ir on Ihe ooii,iitl,,n Unit ihe municipal
government shall have the right to regulate
the charges thereof.
' AMENDMENT NO. 2.
■ section 7. The Governor, Superintend
' cut of Public Instruction, and tne Prlncl
. l>"l»of the Slate Norm .1 Sc Is. shall en
atllute the State Board ol Education aud
shall compile, or cause to be compiled, and
! """pi a uniform series of tint boots for use
: '". "": ooiiimoii ~-! IslhroughouttheHlatc.
■ 1 he Htate Board may cause such 1.-xl book.
. when a.iopled to be priuled end published
by the Huperinleiidcut of Htate Printing „l
the Htate Printing offlce, and when so
I primed and published, lo be distributed
, and sold at the cost price of printing, pub
' llshiug, nud .Ilstrlbiiliig ihesHine lh.-text
, 1 ks so adopted shall c.iiilnoe in n,e not
less Hum four years; aud said Slate Hoard
shall perform such oilier duties Ms may be
1 prescribed by law. The Legislature .hail
; provide for a Board of Ediiritioii In each
eonuty lv the Slate. The County Superb,
lendeiit a v.l the County Hoards,,f E.I oration
shall have control of the examination of
' lechers and the granting nt teachers oer
' ntu ues within their respective Jurladic-
AMENDMENT NO. 3.
ART,, LE XIII.
SECTION!). A Hlulc Hoard of Equalization
tslstlug of one member from each l'.,ii'
grcssional lilslricl in this Slate, as the same
existed in eighteen hundred aud seventy
nine, shall be cleric.l by 11.c nil I fled eiecl
urs of their resj.ecMve districts, nt the gen
eral election to be held Hi Hie year one thou
sand eight hundred and eighty six, and al
c ich giiberiial.,nu: el, ci ion tne read,-r, who-e
term of olllce shall l,e f.-r four years who.c
duty ll shall be lo couuli/c ll.e laillatii.n
of the taxable properly in (lie several c i
ties of the Htate for Ihe purposes of t . xath.n
I'he Controller of Slate shall be ex ullicb, a
member of the Board I he Hoards of Su
pervisors of the sev„r,| „j,., „, ,| M . „, „,.
shall colistllMle Boards of Equalization for
their respective counties, whose duly ll
shall be lo equalize I )„■ . .ilunii.m of the tax
able property iv the county for the purpose
of taxation; pron.f.rf, H uch Slate
and County Boards of Equalisation
are hereby authorized aud em
pow. red ler such rules of notice as
the County Hoards may prescribe, as to the
county assessments, ..nil under such rules of
not cc as the si ne Hoard may prescribe as
to the action of the si He Board, to lncrea«e
or lower the entire assessment roll, or soy
ssmeiit contained therein, st, as tn equal
lze the asses,u...in .„ t |,,. properly , i ,|,„„|
in ..id assessmeui roll, and make the assess
ment conform lo ihe true value in money of
tbe properly « alu.'d In s il.l r.,11 urmM
r,f, that no Boartl of F..| lallzaib.n shall raise
any mortgage, dee.l ~f irust, c,nlr.ul, or
other obligation by which a debt I, secured,
money or solvent credits, above Ita face
value. The [.resent Htate Hoard of Euualiz ,
Hon shall continue In omee •mIIS their sue
cessor.. as herein provided for, shall be
elected and shall quality. The Legislature
shall have power to retllslrict tile Htate luto
four districts, as nearly equal in popul.tti.ui
as practlc ible, and t,» provide for tne elec
tl..ns of members of said Board of Equallz,
Each amendment shall be voted upon
separately from tne others, hy ballot, at the
next gener,! election, to he holden on lues
diy, the fourth day „f November, A D. lAS,
The billot. used st such elcitiui
ahall contain the words: "For the
Amendment No. I," or the words
"Against the Amendment No. I 'Pur the
Auieudmeut No. 2," or the word. "Agaiii-t
the Amendment No. 2;" "For Ihe Amend
incut No. »,•• or the word. 'Against t,,,.
Amendment No. 3." written or printed
Aud I do hereby offer a reward of one
hundred dollars for the arrest and ronvic
tb.u of iniy and every perv.ii violating any
"« "'" I'"" 1 " 1 ••< lit.' IV. I'm I, of the
Pen ,1 I ode. such rewards t., be p , 1,1 ~,,111
the total amo nr htt.-alter expended lor the
fiolV'.'r's'' rL '"°'" ! " " l 0 " urn 01 teu "'ousanil
In Icsliinony whereof, I. OeorgeHt.iuemau.
lolernor ~| ! I„. S[ ,te of r ,llf„ r ni ~ I, aye
hereunl.. set my i, „,.i , u „.,| , hl . , ire> ,
Seal of lln-SI He 1.. he allixed.at v,„ city of
Sicrainetito j'.ti this the flfleeth day of Sep
lember, A. I). IW4.
I'nos. L Thompson.
Secretary of State.
Statu California, j
I. lh"- I. lb,.nips..ii. Secretary of Slate ot
Hi.' St ,|,' of California, do hereby certify
that I have c iiellllly cunp ire.l the .inu.-x.'d
copy of Election Pr. .rl am illon Willi the orig
inal now ou llle 111 my .illlce. mid that the
siiitie is a correct I r i;i si-t-i|,t I here ir,un and
ot the whole thereof. Also, lhat this ailllieii
lo ill.vi Is In due form mid hy the proper
Witness my hand nud Ihe Great Heal ot
Slate, at olllce in Sacramento, California,
the tilth day ~[ September, A. II IXM.
[Heal ] THOH. L THOMPSON,
Secretary ol State.
By A. E. Siiatti'i a. Deputy.
Ibe Hoard of Snpervliora of Loa Angel,
county berehy give notice, pursuant to tile
proel .ni .tl f Uie Governor of the si ne
of California, Unit an election will be held
throughout 1,0. Angeles county on T ilcs.J i v
the 111. day of November, ISS4
The polls uiiist be opened at one hour af
ter sunrise on the morning of the election
and must he kept open until .onset of (hat
day, when the same mist be closed. At
which election tie qualified e.ectora
throughout the county f Los Angeles „ r ,. t„
vole for Ihe following ..lined officer., y| t .
one Kepresentalive to r..ngi.. . f,,r t!„.
Hlxth l.'oiigressloual District.
One member ot the Assembly f„ r the
Seventy sixth Assembly lllstrlt-l
One member of Ihe Assemble for the
Seventy seventh Assembly Ul lrich
One member of Ihe A- .tuhly for the
Seventy elghlll Assembly I' trlct.
Two Judge, ot the Super! r Court
A County Clerk,
A Tax Collector.
A District Attorney.
A Public Admlnistral r
A Cor. r
as follow, viz
t UTup«TlsOr for tha lir.t Supervisor Dl..- '
siipervlsor tor „. second Supervisor
ir . c SupervlK,rfor,l,elb,rdM„pervl K rDI,. ,
p . supervisor for v. FoarU, Supervisor
for thi Fifth Suparvlior Dl«
-_M Ma ' 1 ,hr »« '"f Ansheiro Town-
Tnwns'nV,""" "" **— '•"•»»»""". „
Town"," "' ' " ,0 ' R "»l« Ana '
Towi'i'-m'p'" '"• ' fflrB,n °" hrl "
IJu.lloesil Ihe Pesce for San J,,.e Town
zjusuresof the Pesce for Wilmington .
Towiiibip.J * I
*1" in justice ol Ihe Peace tor Ix,a An
geles lownsbip. Also one Justice of the
Peac forihe clly ol l.» Augelea and no.
J "s' ~f ihe Peace for each of the other
l.oi .shifts. Two Constables f ( ,r each
1, on..bib. Alao three Wster torn mission
sr. and ilue Water OverMer for .acb Wster
Dl iriot lv tha oounty.
And ll i. liereby ordered that the poll, be
opened for tl.e purposes set forth In tbe
foregoing prorlamatLiu, st the places herein
named and the following named persona are
berehy appoint.-.1 lu-pecliirs ami Judges ~f
Anaheim-At Anaheim 11..1ei. Tl lore
Klmpau, Inspector; A. Bailey, J. P. Zeyn.
1 ict.s \i Central school house; J. C.
Preston. Inspeelor; William Gulu, John
Artesia—Al Sell.ail House; W A. Camp
bell. Inspector. James flay, A. T. Corwln,
Cahuengs—At School Bouse: Thomaa
Smith. Inspector; A kublltlg, J. B. Millard,
Compton—Al Haylock's Hotel; HJ. Mayo,
Inspector; M. N. New mark, 11. G. Weston,
Clenegs—At Park Station! William Dry
den, Inspector; F. K. Slaughter. H. M. David
Duarte—At School House; L. Barnes, In
spector. A. Boddy, William Brown, Judges.
Downey—At Busters offlce; .Nullum Cs
ruthers, luspector: T. J. Kerns. C harlca Kel
El Monte-AI Dodsou s Hotel, J, C. Hau
uon, Inspector; Charles Soward, Geo. Doll
ins, Judgea. . ,
Elisabeth Lake—At School House: Louis
Mavetl. In.pector, lames neither, F. lltvorn,
Florence— At School House; J. F. Durrell.
'"•1 ,,,r ' O. W. Judeu. 0. A. Blakeslee,
Fountain Valley-At School House; Crlah
Mai (In, Inspector: L. G. Butler, Joseph M.
Garden lirove—At School House; J. D.
Price, Inspector. 11. w. Head, D. Webster,
Ltucaster—At Lancaster Hotel; Peter
Itlchards, Inspector; H. Hblrpser, Frank
Lang s—At Ling's Hotel: Johu Lang,ln
-I 1..r. X. Crlsc... I, F. Mitchell. Judges.
Los Nletos—At .School House; X M.Han
ford, luspector; T. L. Gooeh, C. C. Mason,
La Bnlloua—Al Hchool House; Anderson
Hose, liisiieetor; Jose D. Machado, J. O.
i Lamb, Judges.
i Las Vergenes—At Vejar's bouse; F. H.
. Alex in.l.lnspector; Uanion Vejsr, J. P.
I LOS ANGELES CITY.
First Prct'lucl-At Gherkin's saloon; W.
Devereux, Inspeelor; J. 11. Murphy. J. A.
Second Precinct —AL Depot Hotel; K. If.
Chapman, Inspeelor, J. H. Craig, James Vel
Third Precinct—At While House; 11. Malo
ney, luspector; W. 11. Nordhuldt, Deloa
Fourth Precinct—At Assessor s office; Johu
I Fl.ber Inspector; W alter, McGrath, W. J.
Fifth Precluct-At Conlldeiice Engine
' H i!' inspeelor, W. G. Kcrck
"""" W Wolt.kill.J tilee.
Sixth Preclnct-At t'uruverelii If all: J. L.
Morris, luspector: J. H. Blsnohard, Coiirud
' , b p r.»olnot-AI Martin & Keclicm
' J, „ "'"rS : l, ' ur > Moi'shsii, luspector, J. O.
"itZfi "»">'"«on.'jnd» ? c».
Eighth Preolnct-At Washlnt.iu Gardens;
, j. i Brown, Inspector; John Osborne, 11. C.
, Monte Vista—At School House; E. C. Par
' Judgi,"' PeC ""' ; v »ldez, J. S. Simpson,
Nuwporl-AI Newport store; J. D. oil, In
, speclor; F L. Sexlon, Sr., A. Cole, Judges.
Norwalk-At V.uces shop; M. O. Settle,
Sr. luspector; T. d. Sackett, S. G. Baker
, Now hall—At Southern Hotel: Joel 11 Tur
, ncr, Inspector; Chris. Learning, J. W. Ssun
L ders. Judges.
r Old Misalon-AtKaseyS store. T. A. Sau
, Chez. Inspector: John Temple, J. D. Dllrlec
Or.ugo—At Hotel: Thomas W. Hill, li..
; speclor. E. W. Squires, E. C. Parker, Judges
Pasadena—At Hchool House; W. T. Clapp
, Inspeelor; A o. Bristol, Edsou Turner
; P.IU.Uia-AI He haul llouso; J. E. McCains
I Mor; M. Corwln. William Armstrong,'
Havens—Al School House: James Kobert
-j J Inspector; John Bell, James o lleiily,
t San Pedro—At Phillips A Elseu's store; J.
~ H. Itrlerly. inspector; W. L. Banning,
] Elseu, Judges.
„ San Feruaiido-At Motrslfs store, John
Jenifer, luspector, Jacob Happ, H. W Grls
Sau Gabrlel-At Judge stouo's offlce, 8. L,
. J*Ph Inspector; Isaac Cooper, W. T. Slack,
Man Antonio -At School House, A. S. Gray.
, Inspector; William l.lggon, F. J. Barretto,
. Saula Ana—At Layman's Hotel. Henry
Nell, Inspector; Charles E. Berry, I '.plain
I Hpailra-At Kuboltom House, A. B. Cald
, well, Inapector; James Fryer, J Mutzker,
1 San Juin-At Hchool House; J. X Cong
. don, Inspector; H. G. Itoseubauiu Marco
I Santa Monica—At Sams Monica Hotel;
I George Boebm. Inspector; T. H. Mc.N'ally r:
c J. Vawter, Judges.
1 Sepulveda—At Silversllue's store- S. W
i While, Inspector: Johu W. Cook, Max Snee,
i T ustin-At Tusllu's store; 0. W. Wilcox,
f Inspector; W. B. Wall, James lilce, Ir
Vernon—At School House; H. Nolton, In
speelor. James Haddock, John Moore.
Westminster—Al School House; J. T. An
, dersou, Inspector; 8. O. Fiuloy, I . c. Hull.
> Wllmlngton-At itullroad Saloon; John
Kennedy, Inspector; A. Lewis, D, W.Alex
Yorba—At Sohool House; L. W. Klrby,
j Felipe Yorba, F. W. Ilalen,
• By order ot Ihe Board of Supervisors.
, A. W. Po f I H, Clerk.
; KKAL EHTATK AOKN'IU
r HOCSES RENTED. COLLECTIONS MADE.
W. A. CLINTON,
! (su.e„.s„r lo P. Philip.) healer la
,' RBAI. EST A. TJB
And Agent lor Fire, Life A Accident Inmranee,
< » < Oiiinieri'lal Mtreel, Lo. Angele., Ual
j H. C. OasHAl. Usoaes J. clash
[ GRAHAM & CLARKB.
! REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
' City and country property bought, sol I aasf
' Exchanged. Loan. n«goti»ted.
' O. J. CUrku, Noury Kunllo and Couveyanear
Otßoe 67 Spring St.. Lo, Ai geles C.I
J A F.iscHiui. O. A. Doaisara.
; DOBINSON & PAJBOHILD,
! RIAL ESTATE diINSURANCE BROKERS
No. 12 NORTH SPUING HTREET, LOS AM-
I OELES. WILCOI BLOCK.
; U W. DENNIS. 0. C. OOtnJ.
DENNIS A COOK
Real Estate, loan
. . AMI, ....
Relerenow- Lo. Ang«„.» N.tlon.l Bank! First
National Bank, Im Angeles Connty Bulk.
Have for -..lo City Property, lmpro.nl snd
ut,improved; Vineyards. Gr.pß.nd Fmlt L.nd.
K.nchea etc. oor.l, tf
w. a u.arout, a w . g. nusroao.
IV[ORFORD & .SON,
Real Estate Brokers,
MO. UV NORTH MPKIMW «T.,
fleueaa, Orange Orovea Vineyards,
Kanchos and Farma
FOR SALE AND TO LET.
Refer by parmlialon to
J. R. T.berm.n, Rx May.ir: Gen. George
Stonem.l,. lioi.ronr; John E Pl.tor Pre.t LA
loll.uy H.o.r ~,■„ lohn .«.„.11.-1,1, X .. Lieut
Oo>, r.jor. li H IL*k,T. Vi,„ ITi'stdetit I, A Coun.
ty Rank; J. [lellar.l, s.horb, Vitieulluri.t' E F
Speiioe, President Firs National Rmk- I w'
l/c lma.,. FMfM F .„„«,'. .„,| M.rch.e".
" aasf at
Frask c adahs. Kd v. aoam.
Real Estate Dealers and Moner Bniiers,
Offloe, No. SSs Pico House:
Iniprov*! and unimproved City and Country
r pern. Orang,, or.-hai.l., Vi,,ey.,,|, ,„j
H..t..'heH In Ihe l.'-.t Irs-alil.e, |„SouthernCsllfor
ma. " orrea,ioiidence sollcltasl.
No. 38S Pico House. N. Main St., Los Angeles. o.'
A RARE BARGAIN I
H. J. HTKVENBON offer, for sale
500 Acres of Ohoica Orchard and
Vineyard Land with
Abundance or Water and
At a Remarkably Low Price,
"sold within th. next lew daya
TITLE, UNITED STATES PATENT.
Ternu onl; half ca«b.
For location and maps of property inqulra at
ro..m 14, !>owner Rtoofe.on X idsy snd Ifeiurday
of tbla weak. ftU ttU
CAPITOL REFINING CO'
COOKING FAT I
Hade from Beef Fat A Olive Oil.
For sal. by the prlnotpel grosses.
OFFICE -8. L..,'.. ,z Allan t N