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FIRE AND POLICE. MATTERS CONSIDERED YESTER DAY BY THE TWO BOARDS. Shall Detectives Have Free Admittance to Places of Amusement?— Saloon Licenses Granted and Transferred—Disorderly Resorts Investigated. The board of police commissioners met in regular session yesterday after noon. The usual preliminaries having been dispensed with in order to expedite matters, the pay roll of the department for the current month, amounting to $6645, was approved. The chief reported that Ed. Perry, one of the proprietors of the Tivoli theater on Court street, had ordered two mem bers of the detective force, who were there on business, to leave the place; and he assed the board to instruct him as to the proper course to pursue in such an emergency. Mr. Collins thought that all officers •ought to pay their entrance fee to such places, so that they could stay there as long as they liked without interference. Mr. Lewis said that .there was no ques tion about the matter, and the chief ought to be instructed to notify his men to go wherever their duty called them; and Mr. Bryson concurred. Mr. Dexter thought a detective had a right to go anywhere unquestioned. Finally it was agreed to instruct the chief to bend his officers to such public .places as the performance of their duties shall require, and if admittance be refused to them, to pay their way and report such cases to the board. The chief having reported favorably on ■the application of Ernest Fleur, for a permit to obtain a license for a new sa loon at No. 404 Los Angeles street, the same was granted; as were also those of F. Conrad, at No. 520 North Alameda street, and Fr. Bevione, at No. 601 Up per Main street. In the matterof the complaints against the Alhambra saloon, at No. 414 North Main street, and the Philadelphia sa loon, at No. 410 North Main street, the following report from the chief was read: "The Alhambra saloon, No. 414 North Main street, is owned and managed by Mr. Gherkins; its Jpatrons are the "riif raff" of the city, prostitutes and pimps. Women waiters serve drinks to the audi ■ence in the back room, where a poor va riety performance is given free every night; this entertainment consists of singing, dancing, music, etc. More or less disturbances occur, the natural re sult of the mingling of such a class of people. "The old Philadelphia beer hall, No. 410 North Main street, formerly run by N. H. Vitalline, is now being "managed foy Amos Abbott and Joe Soto, a prize .fighter. They are using Vitalline's li cense. Both men are pimps, and their place is similar to the Alhambra, and has been running since the 10th instant without a license, except Vitalline's old one. Their performances include singing, dancing, music and boxing ex hibitions, and the audience is composed of the free and easy scum of society." After a brief discussion, the matter was laid over for one week on motion of Mr. Dexter, it being understood that 'licenses were not to be issued to either of the saloons for November, until the board had acted in the premises. The application of J. G. Copley, for a new license at No. 326 North Main street, •was granted. The application of J. H. Watson, for a transfer of the license for No. 1440 San Fernando street, formerly held by Wat son A Lewis, was granted. A petition was received from li. M. Widney on behalf of the ladies of the Chrysanthemum fair, asking for police service, as on former occasions, and sug gesting the name of Officer J. T. Conlay, who was on duty there last year. The matter was referred to the chief, with power to act. The matter of the charges preferred by Wells. Guthrie & Lee with regard to gambling was then taken up, and the two communications received at the last meeting were again read. After dis cussing the matter briefly, Mayor Haz ard's motion to the effect that inasmuch as Wells, Guthrie & Lee bad stated that •they were creditably informed that a banking game was being carried on in 'this city, they be requested to furnish *the board or chief of police with such information with regard to the same as may assist in the suppression of the evil, prevailed. Mr. Lewis called the attention of the board to the fact that there was a va cancy on the force, and moved that the board proceed to fill it immediately. Mayor Hazard moved as a substitute therefor, that as such action was unnec essary at the present time, the filling of the vacancy be postponed until after January 1, 1891. The motion having been seconded by Mr. Collins, the roll was called at tbe request of Mr. Lewis, and •as he alone voted negatively, it was so •ordered. The board then adjourned. fire Commissioner*. At the regular weekly meeting of the board of fire commissioners held yester day morning, in the mayor's office, there were present, J. Kuhrts, in the chair, and Messrs. Keefe, Lovell and Moore. A number of requisitions for supplies "needed in the department were ap proved, as was also the demand of W. F. Griggs, $367.50, for three fire alarm 'boxes. * The petition of Henry Scherer,foreman *of -Co. No. 4, for three weeks benefits on account of having been disabled, was read, and on motion of Mr. Keefe, the chief was authorized to allow him $30 from the relief fund. The ooard then adjourned. TO THE RAILROAD TRAINMEN. Get a Souvenir of Los Angeles Before You Go. The fine body of railroad trainmen, whose convention has been in session in this city for a week past, has attracted a great deal of attention. They will soon be returning to their eastern homes, and should not go without a copy of the Il lustrated Herald as a souvenir of their visit to the city of the angels. The book •contains articles on this section, and is profusely illustrated with cuts of build dngs, orange groves, mountain scenes, street scenes, etc. One of the subjects, most elaborately treated, is the railroads ■of this section. It costs only fifteen ■cents. To be had at the Herald office on Second street, west of Spring, or at <the newsdealers. It is forty-eight quarto pages, with sixty illustrations. Grant* Old War Hone. The horse that Gen. Grant used throughout his army experience ia still •live and not far from St Louis. The general made a present of the horse to Judge Long, an old friend of his and a gentleman well known in St. Louis. He TEE LOS ANGELES HERALD; THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1890. aept the horse for a long time, and when he began to get old and feeble he sent him to the old Sappington farm, not far from the city.—St. Louis Post-Dispatch. HE ONLY WANTED A SLAB. The Peculiarly Depressing Kffeet Flat Hunting Has on a Man. "I beg your pardon," said a cadaver ous and dejected looking man as he stopped me on Twenty-third street, "can you direct me to the tuorg .o?" "To the morgue?" taid 1, "why, yes," and I gave him the needful directions to find his way to that hotel where quiet people go, but sometimes make more trouble than noisy ones could do. "Look ing for a friend?" I asked, the journal istic sense coming to the front. "No," said he wearily. "Looking for peace, that is all." "Indeed?" "Yes," he replied, and the weight of grievous woe rested, it was evident, upon his souL "My wife is in the country," he said "A week or two ago she wrote me that as the public schools were about to begin soon we must get settled for the winter, and she wished that I would look up a pleasant flat for the winter. The rooms must be light and the neigh borhood good, and the rent not more than $50 per week. Of course she ex pected to have steam heat. She was not dead set on a hall boy, but had no ob jection to one. She utterly tabooed Harlem, would not of course think of living on a street that was made noisy and sooty by the elevated roads. Other wise she was ready to leave the selection to me, and she wanted me to exercise my own judgment largely in the picking outof our winter home. P. S.—lt ought to be handy to a good school, and I must be sure to see that malarious influences did not exist either in the flat or in the neighborhood. P. P. S.— It would be well to make inquiries regarding the cheapness and excellence of the neigh boring markets. Not that it made any difference to her what she ate, but I was such a glutton, and I could not work the market as if I were a million aire. "I accepted this easy commission with out a tremor," said the cadaverous man wearily. "I knew that the town was full of beautiful fiats, with all the con veniences and blessings that the heart of man could desire. I gathered a list of glorious apartments, all within five min utes' walk of heaven apparently, and with my wife's directions in my hat be gan my quest." "And did you succeed?" I asked, breath less with interest. "Succeed?" he answered dreamily. "Succeed? Yes, I have succeeded. I have been five weeks upon the quest, and I have succeeded. Where is the morgue? Ido not want a flat—l want a slab. A dark, malarious slab, miles from any schoolhouse, without a janitor or hall boy, with all the electric bells out of order, and with every tenant like me, lying down to peaceful dreams." "Poor man," said I, "I pity you, but do not blame you. For I—yes, I must confess it—l have been there myself."— New York Herald How a Painter Won a Wager. Often have sculptors and painters dis cussed the relative merits of sculpture and painting. A funny story is told of an artist who resented the disparaging comparisons made by a sculptor, and laid a wager that he could, within a given time, paint a picture which should display the human figure as completely as any sculptor could do. The wager was accepted, and upon the appointed day a painting was produced which ful filled all the conditions. It represented a warrior, his back to the spectator, bending over a sheet of water in the limpid surface of which was reflected his entire face and form. To the right a suit of polished armor hung and threw back a full length profile image, while a mirror performed a like office for the left side. The sculptor, of course, handed over the money staked, and the painter doubtless laid it out to great profit and advantage to himself and his friends in the approved "cakes and ale" of the period, after the generous manner of his kind.—New York Star. Self Made Men. Christopher Columbus was the eon of a weaver and also a weaver himself. Claude Lorraine was bred a pastry cook. Cervantes was a common soldier. Homer was the son of a farmer. Demosthenes was the son of a cutler. Oliver Crom well was the son of a brewer. Howard was an apprentice to a grocer. Frank lin was a journeyman printer and son of a tallow chandler and soap boiler. Daniel Defoe was a hosier and son of a butcher. Cardinal Wolsey was the son of a butch er. Lucian was the son of a maker of statuary. Virgil was the son of a porter. Horace was the son of a shopkeeper. 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This remedy has been prepared by the Reverend Pastor Eoenig, of Fort Wayne, Ind., for the past ten years, and is now prepared under his direc tion by the KOENIO MEDICINE CO., 50 Wilt UttUloa, cor. Clinton Ot., CHICAGO, ILL. SOLD BY DRUCCISTS. Price $1 per Bottle. 6 Bottles for 95. C. F. HEINZEMAN, Druggist and Chemist, 222 North Mair." reet. - - Los Angeles, Cal GRATEFUL—COMFORTING. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. •'By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavored beverage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills. It is by the judi cious use 01 such articles of diet that a constitu tion may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hun dreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to Rttaek wherever there is a weak point. 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I international] \ DICTIONARY J The Authentic " Unabridged," comprising the issues of 1864,79 and '84, copyrighted property of the undersigned, is now Thoroughly Re vised and Enlarged, and bears the name of Webster's International Dictionary. Editorial work upon this revision has been in progress for over 10 Years. Not less than One Hundred paid editorial laborers have been engaged upon it. Over 8300,000 expended in its preparation before the first copy was printed. Critical comparison with any other Dictionary is invited. GET THE BEST. G. St C. MERRIAM St CO., PnbUshers, Springfield, Mass., V. S. A. Sold by ail Booksellers. Illustrated pamphlet free. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE ANGLO NEVADA ASSURANCE CORPORA tion (a corporation), Plaintiff, vs. Laura M Nadeau, as executrix of the last wil and testament of Rcmi Nadeau, de ceased; Samuel B. Caswell, as executor of thi last will and testament of Hemi Xadeau.de ceased; Nadeau Vineyard Land Company, 1 corporation; Laura M. Nadeau, Joseph F Na deau, Mary R. Bell. James 11. Bell, Julia F Tilton, George A. Nadeau, M. A Powell, Con E Powell, Gertie A. White, William White Frances M. Eggleston. F. C. Garbutt. Loui Gottschnlk. C. K. Mackey, Secundo Guasti, Vi Sang, Jim Xi, Ah Sing and Ah Dew, partner doing business under the firm name nnd style of Jim Xi Co.. Defendants. Sheriff s sale No 12,720. Order of sale and decree of foreclosure anc sale. Cnder and by virtue of an order of sale and de cree of foreclosure and sale, issued out of thi Superior Court of the county of Los Angeles State of California, on the 21st day of October A. D. 1890, iv the above entitled action wherein Anglo Nevada Assurance Coiporntioi (a corporation), the above-named plaintiff, ob tttincd a judgment of decree and foreclosure and sale against Laura M. Nadeau et al.,de fendants, on the 9th day of October, A. D 1890, for the sum of $175,066.11 in gold coir of the United States, which said decree was 01 the 9th day of October, A.D. 1890, recorded ii judgment book 20 of said court, at page 283, 1 urn commanded to sell all those certain lots pieces or parcels of land, situate, Iving and be ing in the county of Los Angeles, B'iate of Call forma, and bounded and described as follows First: All that portion of the Herman tract in the Rancho San Antonio, bounded and de scribed us follows, to-wit: Commencing at a stake on the west boundary of the Rancho San Antonio, at the northwest corner of the Heyman tract, the same beinij also the southwest corner of lot one (1; of tht Chipley & Baker tract; and running thence along the northerly boundary of said Heymar tract, south S2 :1 . 1 degrees east, two hundred and ninety-eight (308) chains and forty (40) links more or less, to the northeasterly corner of 10l sixteen 10) of said Heyman tract; thence soutli 42 decrees west, sixty-nine (09) chains and ninety-eight i9H, links to the southeasterly cor ner of lot fifteen tls) of said Heyman iract; thence north 82% degrees west two.2) chains and seventy-two (72; links; thence south 42 degrees west sixty-nine (69) chains and ninety eight (98) links to tlie southerly boundary of tlie said Heyman tract; thence along the same north 82 ' . degrees west one hundred and seventy-three (173) chains and forty-seven (47) links, more 01 less, to the south-easterly corner of the tract oi land described in agreement of C. E. White, et. al., to convey to M. R. Shields, recorded in book 42, page 382, of deeds, records of said Los Angeles county; thence north 9 degrees west, parallel with the easterly line of the right of wnv of the Los Angeles and San Pedro railroad thirty-five (35) chains and ninety-two (92) Hill's to the southerly line of the Los Angeles and Anaheim branch railroad; thence along the line of said railroad north 74-, degrees west, two (2) cbainsandseventy-flve (7o) links; thence north 70' a degrees west two (2) chains and eighty-five (85) links; tlience north 67 degrees west, two (2) chains and eighty-two (82) links; thence north 63' 4 degrees west, two (2) chains and ninety (90) links; thence north 59! j degrees west three (3) chains and seven (7) links;thence north fifty-five and one-half degrees west, two (2) chhins and ninety-three (93) links; thence uorth 51! 2 degrees west, three 3) chains;thence north 471- 2 degrees west three (3) chains and(2o] twenty links: thence north 45J4 degrees west one (1) chain and thirty-six (86) links to the inter section of said line of railroad with the western boundary of said Rancho San Antonio; and thence north seventy one (71) chains and seven ty two (72) links to the place of beginning, con taining 2777 acres of land, a little more or less; excepting therefrom that portion thereof now used and occupied by the Southern Pacific com pany for its railroad frcm Los Angeles to Santa Ana. Second—Commencing at a point on the north boundary of Section 22, Tp 2 south, Range 13 west. S B M, wheie the same is intersected by the west boundary of the Kancho San Antonio, and running thence south 30 degrees E alongsaid western boundary of the Rancho San Antonio (10) ten chains, a little more or less, to the north ern boundary of the second parcel of land alloted to O vV childs by the final decree of par tition entered April 19th, 1876, in the action of Childs vs. Chipley et al, being case numbei 2672 upon the register ol actions of the lute dis trict court of the seventeenth judicial dis trict of the State of California, thence along the same easterly fifty-one (51) chains and fourteen (14, links, a little more or less, to the westerly boundary of the Jose Maria Lug j tract; thence along the same north 1 degree west ten (10) chains, a little more or less, to the north boun dary of Section 23, Tp. 2 south, Range 13 west. S. B. M.; and thence along the same and the north boundary of Section 22 fifty-one isi; chains and eight (8) links to the place of begin ning; containing fifty-one and eleven one hun dredths (51.11) acres, more or less: excepting and reserving therefrom a strip twenty-five t 2s' feet wide along the norm fine thereof, ron yeyedtoJ.P Mann, for a roadway. Public notice is hereby given, that on Fri day, the 14th day of November, A. D. 1890, al 12 o'clock m. of that day, in front of the Court House door of the County of Los Angeles, on Spring street. I will, in obedience to said order ot sale, and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with interests and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder, for cash gold coin of the United States. Dated this 21st day of October, 1890. M. G. AGUIRRE, Sheriffof Los Angeles County. By A. M. Thornton. Under Sheriff. Graves, O'Melveny & Shankland, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 10-23-thurs 4t ALIAS SUMMONS. TN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF LOS ANGE JL les County, State of California. State Loan and Trust Company of Los Ange les, (a Corporation), plaintiff vs. John Ell wood Ellis, JohnE. Plater and George W. Woel per, defend nits. No. 13578. Action brought in the Superior Court of Los Angeles County, State of Califor nia, and the complaint filed in said county oi Los Angeles, iv the office of the Clerk of said Superior Court. The people of the Slate of California send greeting to John Ellwood Ellis, John E. Platei and George W. Woelper, defendants. You are hereby required to appear iv an ac tion brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the Superior Court of the county oi Los Angeles, State of California, and to answei the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the ser vice on you of this summons, if served within this couoty; or if served elsewhere, within thirty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer ol said complaint. The said action is brought to obtain a decree of this court ior the foreclosure of a mortgage described iv the said complaint, and executed by the said John Ellwood Ellis to said State Loan and Trust Company of ly s Angeles, a cor poration, dated April first, A. D. 1889, aud re corded in the office of the County Recorder oi said county of Los Angeles, at page 249 oi Book 207 of Mortgages on the third day of April, A. D. 1889, to secure the payment of that cer tain bond nude, executed and delivered by the said John Ellwood Ellis for the sum of $10,000, dated April 1 1889, payable two years aftei date, with interest from dste thereof, at the rate of twelve per c>-nt per annum, payable semi-annually, together with interest upon, the amount of said interest at the rate of twelve per cent per tnnum, from the respective dates at which said interest falls due, according to he terms and conditions of the bond and cou pons thereto attached (said bond and mortgage providing that the principal sum shall be due upon default in interest payment), that the premises conveyed by said mortgage may be sold, and the proceeds applied to the payment of the principal sum of $10,000 with interesl thereon at the rate of twelve per cent per an num from the Ist day of October, 1889, togethei with interest upon the said coupons from tneii respective dates of maturity at the rate of twelve per cent per annum, together with a sum equal to five per cent of amount found due as attorney fees for the foreclosure of saidmort gage and costs of suits, and in case such pro ceeds are not sufficient to pay the same, then to obtain a judgment and execution againsl said John Edwood Ellis for the Iml ance remaining due, and also that the defendants and all persons claiming by, through or under them, or cither of them may be barred and foreclosed of all right title,claim, lien, equity of redemption snd in terestinand to said mortgaged premises, and for other and further relief. Reference is had tocomplaiut for particulars. And you sre hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff' will apply tc the court for the relief demanded in the said complaint. Giveu under my hind and the seal of the Su perior Court of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, this 19th day of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun dred and ninety. Seal of said SuDerior Court. J. M. MEREDITH, Clerk, By D. E. Adams, Deputy. W. P. Gardiner, Esq., Attorney for plaintiff au27-Thur-10t PENNYROYAL WAFERS. f Prescription of a physician who tuts had a life long experience in it*# treating female diseases. Is used e3S\ monthly with perfect success by gf over 10,000 ladies. Pleasant, safe, *> effectual. Ladies ask your drug \ gist for Pennyroyal Wafers and take no substitute, or inclose post 3v£&S*\ age for sealed particulars. Bold by "**TP V an druggists, $1 per box. Address THK EUREKA CfHEfuTCAL CO., Detroit, Mice If. W. ELLIS <Se CO, DKUQGIBTS Sole Agents, 113 S. Spring St 13.1] YARD KerekhoffCuzner MILL AND LUMBER CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Main Office: LOS ANGELES. Wholesale Yard at SAN PEDRO. Branch Yards—Pomona, PasAdena, Lamanda, Azusa, Burbank. Planing Mills—Los Angeles and Pomona. Cargoes furnished to order. WESTERN LUMBER CO. YARD: Corner Ninth and Sau Pedro Streets. LUMBER of all classes can be had at this yard, mti tf J. M. Griffith, President. H. G. Stevenson, Vice-Pres. and Treas. T. E. Nichols, Secy. E. L. Chandler, Supt J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY, Lumber Dealers And Manufacturers of DOCitS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, STAIRS, Mill work of every description. 934 N. Alameda Street, Cos Angeles. jul tf PERRY, MOTT Sc GO'S LUMBER YARDS AND PLANING MILLS, No. 76 Commercial Street. jcl tf J. A. HENDERSON, "wM. F." MARSHALL, President. Secretary. J. P.. SMI'RR, Vice President and Treasurer. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LUMBER CO. 350 East First Street. 9- 19-5 m Los Angeles, California. H ADAMS BROS. DENTISTS. Removed to 20S N. Main St. opposite Temple Block, Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. FILLINGS. Gold fllling : , .|2.00 to $10.00 Gold alloy filling 1.50 to 5.00 White fillings for front teeth 1.00 to 2,00 Silver or amalgam fllling 1.00 CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK. Gold and porcelain crowns $ 5.00 to $10 00 Teeth with no plate 10.00 to 15.00 ARTIFICIAL TEETH. Gold plates, best grade $30.00 to $40.00 Silver plates, best grade $20.00 to 30.00 Rubber plates, best grade 10.00 Rubber plates, 2d grade 8.00 Rubber plates, 3d grade 6.00 EXTRACTING TEETH. With vitalized air or gas $1.00 With cocaine applied to gums 1.00 Regular extracting 50 Regulating and treating teeth and gums and all other operations known to dentistry at lowest prices. All work guaranteed. Office hours from Ba.m. to 5:30 p. m. Sundays 10 to 12 a. m. 4*6 T. WIESENDANGER, 50 BRYSON-BONEBRAKE BLOCK. (ELBVATOR.) The cheapest residence in Los Angeles, Main street, 10 rooms, two stories, only $3,250. The cheapest improved fruit ranch, 25 acres and water, only $3,500. House 7 rooms, barn, windmill and tank; lot 52J4 by 170, on Eighteenth street, $4000. A big, big bargain for $3250; new, modern two-story house. 10 rooms, Main street, near Twenty-ninth. T. WIESENDANGER, , 56 Bryson-Bonebrake Block (elevator). 10-22- lm NOTICE. TO THE HON. FRANK P. KELLY, ESQ., District Attorney of I,os Angeles County, State of California: Please take notice that I will on the 15th day of November, 1890, or as soon thereafter as the same may be heard, apply to the Governor of this State, in the manner provided by law, for a pardon of the crime of which I was con victed, towit: Man-slaughter, in the Superior ccurt of said Los Angeles County, on the 30th day of October, 1888: and for which I was sen tenced to nine years imprisonment in the State prison. Dated, October Bth, 1890. 10- 10-lm A. R. H. WOLFF. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Office of the ) Los Anoei.es City Water Company,> Los Angei.es, October 13, 1890. ) Notico is hereby given that the annual meet ing of the stockholders of the above company will be held on Monday. the 17th day 01 No vember, A.D. 1890, at 3:30 o'clock p m.,at the otiice of the company, on tne northwest corner of Marchessault and Alameda streets, Los Angeles City, for the purpose of electing Urustces for the year ensuiug. 8. H. MOTT, Secretary. City papers please copy. 10-14-td STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Office of the Crystal Springs ) Land and Water Company,> Los Angeles, October 13, 1890. ) Notice is hereby given that tbe annual meet ing of the stockholders of the above company will be held on Monday, the 17th day 01 No vember, A. D. 1890, at 3:30 o'clock p.m., at the office of the com pany, on the northwest cor ner of Marchessault and Alameda streets, Los Angeles city, for the purpose of electing di rectors for the year ensuing. 8. H. MOTT, Secretary. City papers please copy 10-14-td ASSESSOR. For Assessor, REFUGIO BILDERRAIN, Regular Democratic Nominee. For Assessor, F. E. GRAY, of Alhambra, Regular Republican Nominee. COUNTY RECORDER. For County Recorder, L. M. GRIDER, Of Downey, Regular Democratic Nominee. For Recorder, J. A. KELLY, Of Los Angeles city, Regular Republican Nominee. TREASURER. For County Treasurer, DR. JOSEPH KURTZ, Regular Democratic Nominee. DISTRICT ATTORNEY. For District Attoeney, M. E. C. MUNDAY, Of Los Angeles, Regular Democratic Nominee. qOItONKIL For Coroner, DR. H. NADEAU, Regular Democratic Nominee. For Coroner, DR. W. A. WELDON. Of San Pedro, Regular Republican Nominee. AUDITOR. For County Auditor, W. N. FORKER, Of Newhall, Regular Democratic Nominee. For Auditor, CONVERS HOWE, Regular Republican Nominee. BTATE SENATOR. For State Senator, From the Seventy-eighth Senatorial District, R. B. CARPENTER, Of Los Angeles. A SS KM It I, V, For Member of Assembly from the 77th As sembly District, GEN. JOHN R. MATTHEWS, Regular Democratic Nominee. For Member of the Assembly, from the 77th Assembly District WALTER S. MOORE, Regular Republican Nominee. CONSTABLE. For Constable, D. F. FINUCANE, Regular Democratic Nominee. For Los Angeles Township Constable, C. E. ROBERTS, Regular Democratic Nominee. Scratch your Ticket, and vote for H. G. WILSHIRE, Nationalist Nominee for Congress. "Let the producer have all his products." SUPERIOR JUDGE. For Superior Judge, B. N. SMITH, Regular Republican Nominee. SHERIFF. For Sheriff, ED. D. GIBSON, Of El Monte, Regular Democratic Nominee. For Sheriff, MARTIN AGUIRRE, Regular Republican Nominee. COUNTY CLERK. For County Clerk, W. U. MASTERS, Of Pasadena, Regular Democratic Nominee. For County Clerk, T. H. WARD, Regular Republican Nominee. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR^ For Public Administrator, WILLIAM S. WATERS, Regular Democratic Nominee, For Public Administrator, D. W. FIELD, Regular Republican Nominee. SURVEYOR. For County Surveyor, L. FRIEL, Of Redondo, Regular Democratic Nominee. SUPERVISOR. For Supervisor, 3rd SuDervisorial District, T. E. ROWAN, Regular Democratic Nominee. JUSTICE. For Township Justice, L. STANTON, Regular Republican Nominee. CITY JUSTICE. For City Justice of the Peace, R. W. READY, Democratic Nominee. For City Justice, H. C. AUSTIN, Regular Republican Nominee. For Citfy Justice, M. T. t)WENS, (Formerly Police Judge) Republics* Nominee.