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AMERICANS WHO LIVE LONGEST.
Occupations That A ro Conducive, to I ■--.(;
•r Short Lives.
"What occupation tends most to pro
long life?" asked a reporter of the chief
mathematician for one of the great life
insurance companies.
"That is a difficult question," he re
plied. "I can only answer it by n fer
ring to the occupations of persons -wuose
lives are and have been insured by us.
Inasmuch as they number several hun
dreds of thousands they will afford a
pretty good basis from which to f'raw
conclusions on the subject. Aocor ling
to this evidence it appears that commer
cial travelers and agents live lciger
than men in any other kind of business
notwithstanding the hazards which at
tend transportation by rail and water.
Next to them come dentists, *teachers
and professors, including music teach
•Pß."
"And who after them?"
"Next to them in point of longevity
are hatters, clergymen and missionaries.
The last may occasionally furnish F ood
for the larder of untutored savages, but
they are a first class risk nevertheless.
Next come bankers and capitalists, who
seem to live just a trifle longer than
butchers and marketmen. Lawyers and
jewelers follow, and they are succeeded
on the list by merchants, peddlers, milk
men and pawnbrokers. Then come
gardeners, laborers, civil engineers and
canvassers. Perhaps the treatment
which canvassers are apt to receive in
the ordinary course of their business
shortens their lives."
"Where do newspaper men come in?"
"Oh, they don't live as long as any of
the people I have mentioned. Even book
keepers and bank cashiers, as well as
artists and architects, are ahead of them.
They come in next, with the printers,
physicians and gentlemen who are not
engaged in any active employment.
Then follow the apothecaries and pho
tographers, and after them in order bak
ers, oigar makers, real estate agents,
army officers and soldiers, liquor deal
ers, mariners and naval officers. Shortest
lived of all seem to be the auctioneers,
boarding house keepers, barbers and
drivers."
"Do you take into consideration the
question of a customer's occnpution in
granting a policy?"
"Not nnless it is more hazardous than
any of those I have mentioned, though
if we were in doubt about accepting the
man as a risk for other reasons, such a
point might turn the scale."—Washing
ton Star.
An Independent Gardener.
There must be something in garden
ins; that cultivates independence and
obstinacy. My old gardener, with his
one helper, and not a bit of glass on the
place save a modest hothouse or two,
was as great a tyrant as the swell Scotch
gardeners of my friends.
"Andy," I would say, "don't i>ut 'hose
doable anemones in the center bed this
year, and please don't sow double poppy
seed. They are such untidy flowers."
"Yes, ma'am."
With spring came the anemones; in
June, in a faraway corner, straggled up
the poppies.
"Andy, I thought I told you I did not
want those things."
"Did ye, ma'am? 'Deed an I thought
them poppies would be more beneficialer
in the corner of the wall like."
Poor old Andy! Ho never realized that
I wu an American, but would quash
many an argument of mine with:
"That's tho way they does in Ameri
ky. Isn't that more beneficialer?"
He had been in our country for a few
years and privately told me it was a
"bard place."—Kate Field's Washington.
The Greatest Natural Bridge.
Yon all know of the Natural bridge
in Virginia, and perhaps have heard
how the first president of the United
States, in the athletic vigor of his youth,
climbed up and carved his name high
on ita cliff. A very beautiful and pic
turesque spot it is, too; but many of
them would not begin to make one of
the Natural bridge in the western edge
of the Tonton basin, Arizona, in tho
game general region as Montezuma's
well and castle, but it is even less
known.
The Natural bridge of Pine creeL, Ari
zona, is to the world's natural bridges
what the Grand canyon of the Cc!orado
is to the world's chasms—the greatest,
the grandest, the most bewildering. It
is truly entitled to rank with tho great
natural wonders of the earth—as the
Natural bridge in Virginia is not. No
photograph can give more than a hint of
ita majesty; no combination of photo
graphs more than hint at it.—St. Nicho
las.
Irvlng's Ideal.
Mathews and I were one day looking
through an album and came across &
drawing of the back of a man.
"Lafontl" I cried.
Mathews cried out, "What do you
know about Laf ont '('
'Tve seen him act," I replied.
Mathews turned to me very quietly
and said, "To that man I owe all—l
built myself up on him!" The fact is,
when I was playing at the St. James,
after I had finished I would often drop
into the gallery of the Princess theater
and see the end of a French play. From
that gallery 1 saw an actor, which
caused me to say inwardly, "That's my
man." He was great. That actor was
Lafont. That is how I recognized him
in Mathew's album.—Henry Irving in
Strand Magazine.
German Thermometers.
In future Germans are to have the
thermometer of Celsius to tell them
how hot or cold it is. Until now Ber
lin has used that of Reaumur. It seems
a strange arrangement, or derangement,
that the English should use the ther
mometer of the German Fahrenheit,
while the Germans make use of the
Frenchman's Reaumur, and the French,
in their turn, have the Swedish Celsius.
The number of degrees corresponding
to the temperature of Fahrenheit are 15
Reaumur and 19 Celsius respectively.—
London Society.
A. Creat Need.
Apropos of the admission o£ woir.cn to
tho medical association, Sir Spencer Wells
consulted an American examiner on tbe
subject of professional women, and received
tbe following very smart reply: "Well,
sir, in our country we have a great many
female doctors, female journalists, female
preachers and females in all classes of
professions and trades, but what he want
is mure female women."—Argonaut.
OFFICIAL DRAWING
—or THE—
Louisiana State Lottery,
SINGLE NUMBER, CLASS "X,"
Drawn at New Orleans, Louisiana,
— ON —
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1892.
NO. PRIZE. NO. PRIZE. No. PRIZE.
35... 40 18 185.... 00 37,063 .. 60
55.... 200 18,301.... 40 37,098.. 40
107... 40 . 8,550... 101 37 100... 60
184 ... 40 8,701. .. 40 (7.2-0 ... 200
433.... 60 18,747... 40,17,349... 60
466. .. 40 18,758 ... 6o 17,414 ... 60
616.... 100 18,",96 ... 100 37,419.... 40
530... 40 18,8-6.... 40 37,436... 40
54t.... 40 18,899... 100 17,601.... 100
»»!.... 60 37 611... 100
678.... 6U 19.020... 40 37.689.... 60
705... 100 19,075... 40 (7.701. .. 100
7t>2 ... 4t 19,332 ... 300 17,718 ... 60
856.... 10b i0,35V... 200 17,777 ... 40
19 506 ... 100 17,807.... 200
1.101... 60 19,562... 40 17,811... 40
1,111... 40 19,5,2 ... 200 17,854.... 200
1,359. .. 4i 19 700 ... 300 K~3
1464 ... 60 i 9,725.... 40 38,0-0.... 100
1,054.... 40 19,830 .. 200 18,082.... 40
1,660. .. CO 19,880 ... 100 8,315 ... 100
1,815 .. 40 3-1,317 ... 40
1,846... 40 20,164.... 40 18,335... 40
1,876. .. 60 20,178 ... 200 18,390 ... 100
1,941... 100.10,191.... 60 18.542 ... 100
20,<73.... 4( 18,611.... 40
2,016 ... 101-20,807.... 40 18,698 ... 200
3,026.... 60 0,498. .. 40 »8,708.... 100
2,171... 4i 20,804.... 60 38,811... 60
2.i7i ... 201 20,927... CO 3<.811 ... 60
2,184... 60 20,958... 40 18.935... 40
2,370 ... 101 20,91)4.... 200 1K.H43... 40
2,4j2.... 60 (8 944.... 40
2,608... 60H.085.... 60 18,988... 40
2,644 ... 100 11,108.... 200
2. 93.... 40 21,184 ... 6< 19,162 ... 300
2,705.. 60 21,188.... 40 39,232... 40
v,713 ... 40 11,389... 4' 19,416.... 60
5t,,u1.... 100 21,570... 40 19,530... 40
2,762.... 100 21,628.... 40 19,622.... 100
21,732.. 5000 39 644 ... 60
3,006.... 61 21,746.... 60 39,741.... 40
3,1.78.... 100 21,764 ... 40 39,817.... 60
3.328.... 4t 21,773. .. 200 39 8*6... 2500
3499... 100 21,90(1.... 60 )9,832... 60
3,628 ... 100 21,915 ... 40
40,058... 40
4,129 ... 41 2,037. .. 4( 10,071.... 200
4,214 ... 0, 19,98.... 20' 10.112.... 100
4,238... -i -2,403... 4< 10,155... 40
4,3 ,0. .. 10. 13,454.... 201 40,2,14 60
4,287 .. 4k :2,475 . 6 40,370... 40
4 467 ... 100 .2,577 . 20001 40,375 ... 100
4,610.. . 40 22,593.... 6. 10,388.... 60
4,722 ... 40 22,766... 4' .0,4 40
4,796 ... 40 22,830.... 10i 0.471 ... 60
4, 5*02... 40 22 913.... 61 ti',489... 40
4,962.... 40 40,516 ... 100
4,987 ... 60 :3,158 ... 10< 10,670 ... 40
$1*8.... 4i 40,682.... 200
5,044 ... 40 23,317 ... 4( 40,764 ... 40
5,053.... 60 23,386 ... lOi 40,791.... 60
5,0 0.... 100 :3,563.... 4i t0,9t17 ... 40
5,091.... 100 23,613... 20i 40,932 ... 100
6,1.9.... 300 ;3,'i : 8....10<> 40,969 ... 40
5,2(8.... 100 J3.744.... 40
6,285.... 60 23,807... 40 11,059... 40
6,3i0... 60 >3,913. .. 4o 41,884..., 300
6,312.... 100 2J.952. .. 40 41.513.... 40
5, jy3. .. 201 23,977. .. 40 41,640 ... 100
~,663.... 60 11,749 ... 60
5, '<88 .. 10.24,147 ... 60 41,868.... 40
5,838 ... 40 24,336. .. 6o 41,908. .. 40
24 357.... 200
6,008 ... 10 24,375 ... 60 42,0=5 ... 60
6.048... 10 24,4.7.... 100 12,124... 40
6,4.79.... 6 24,472... 6(4,156... 60
0,176.. 40 24,580.... 60 42.23 .... 100
6,390. .. 4 24,621. .. 200 42,579. ... 40
0,405. .. 4 24 650.... 40 42 664.... 200
0, 45.. 4 24,852.... 40 42.69j.. . 60
6,606... 40 24,881.... 100 42,856... 60
6,716... 60
6,759.... 60 5,004. .. 6( 43,041.... 40
6, n01... 100 15,037.... 6 43,156... 60
6a07 ... 40 5,1>77... 4. 43 420.... 60
6,991 ... 40 5,080.... 4i 43,435 ... 40
61 43,488... 40
7,004.... 200 55.844 ... 20. 43,529 ... 60
7,090.... 40 25.393.... 3.1 43,058.... 40
7,147.... 60 5,4<9.... 41 43,670... 100
7,262... 40 15 76*.... 4 18,690.... 40
7,968.... 60 25,834... 40 43 765... 60
7,295 ... 6o :6,9d1.... 60 43,770. .. 60
7,2»9 ... 40 43 776 ... 60
7,3u0.... 40 26,041... 60i3,8i)8... 60
7,3(4... 40 26,179... 40 43.881.... 40
7,396.... 4o 26.207 ... 4<
7,468.. . 40 26363... 6044,004... 60
7,568.... 40 21388.... 100 44,399... 60
7,612... 40 26.538... 40 44,448... 60
7,759 ... 6o 26,583.... 40 44,487.... 40
7,797.... 40 :6,6 8 ... 200 44,585.... 200
7,9(9.... 100 26,633 ... 60 4(,635.... 60
7,948 ... 40 26,645... 40 44.718.... 40
7,092... 40 26,710.... 40 44,850.... 40
7,999.... 60 26,814... '(44878... 40
26,889 ... 60 44 909.... 40
8,253.... 60 i 6,893... 40 44,919... 40
8,305... 4u
8,314... 100 27,*81.... 60 15C03 ... 200
8,548.... 100 27,416.... 100 45,01:0... 40
8.602... 40 27,424... 60 45 112.... 40
8,610... 60 27.432 ... 60 15,155 ... 40
8,047... 100 27.564. . 40 45,21 •! ... 100
8,651.... 40 27.569... 60 45,400.... 60
8,728 ... 60 27,590. .. 40 45,476.. . 40
8,747... 60 27,722.... 40 i 5.520 ... 2500
8,749.... 200 27.790... 60 45.528... 40
8809 .. 300 27,823 ... CO 45.576 .. 40
8,811 ... 40 27 825 ... 40 45,591.... 200
8,873... 6027,951... 60 45,610.... 4<>
8,936.... 100 45 653... 60
28,032 ... 60 4.i,741.... 40
9022... 60 28,1(3... 60 45,608.... 200
9.024. .. 40 28.195 ... 40 45.821.... 200
9,137.... 100 28,218... 100
9,313.... 40 28,223... 40 16,095... 60
9, 85... 40 28,2*9.. . 300 (6,189 ... 40
9,471.. 6o 28,272.... 60 46,414... 40
9,;.34 .. 100 >8,567 ... 300411,445. . 1 •00
9.501... 40 28,570... 6 46,.68.... 40
9 651 ... 40 28 652 ... 4' 46 614.... co
9,709 .. 40 .'8,742... 6046,030 ... 40
9 774.. 100 28 900.... 100 46 675.... 60
9,851.... 100 28,901... 4046.820. .. 40
9 929.... 60 46,878.... 40
9977.... 100 0,044 ... 6040,980.... 40
9,984.... 60 :9,158.... 40
.9.220.... 40 47,088.... 100
10,076... 60 29,285... 6047.316... 40
10,108... 4 29,330... 4047,325.... 60
10,189.... 100 19,427.... 4047,389... 60
10.266 ... 60 29,49.» ... 100 47,527.. 40
10 472.... 40 29,817.... 40 47,595.... 40
10597.... 40 29,985.... 40 47 678... 40
10768.... 100 47,730.... 100
10777.... 40 30,116... 6047,769.... 40
10,819 ... 40 30.156.... 60|17,916.... 40
10,825.... 60 10,48 ... 2001
1089;,.... 4030435.... 4 148,043.... 40
10 967.... 60 3»,5i7 ... 100!48.v07.... 200
30,553.... 30048,275.... 60
11,665.... 40 30.7-7.... 6, 48,418.... 100
11,6.0 . 40 30,805 ... 100 ;8,472.... 40
11,766 ... 100 148,652 ... 60
11,112... 40 48,079.... 40
12 198 . 20( 11,163.... 60 48,711.... 100
12,466... 60 31,519.... 10041,859.... 60
12,4)4... 6(1 31,888.... 4048,913.... 40
12544 ... 200 31,604.... 40
12.000.... 4o 31,931.... 40 49,148.... 60
1< 877.... 4( 31,956.... 6049,293 ... 100
12,901... 200 49,318 ... 40
12,908.... 40 32,090.... 40 49,326.... 60
12,099.... 4(i;49.446.... 100
13,109.... 40 12,110 ... 60|4:> 572.... 40
13 202 ... 40 32 115 a00|49 775— 4
-13,237... 60 32.330... 40149,704.... 40
13,252.... 40 33,351r.. 40119,787.... 40
13.H89.... 60 32 550 ... 100149 828.... 40
13,895 ... 40 32.677 ... 6n149,9i>7.... 40
13,917 ... 60 32,687.. . 40119,977 ... 40
14.032 ... 40 33,071 ... 40 50 066 ... 100
14 099 ... 200 33,081... 40 50,099.... 40
14'4t>2.... 4033,176 ... 100 50,112.... 40
14503.... 10088,186.... 10050,158. . 100
14.600 ... 10088,388.... 40 50,270 ... 200
141748 ... 200 33 314 ... 40 50 332.... 40
14 888 ... 40 50,336.... 200
33.387.... 100 50 433.... 200
15072... 403352»»... 100 ■>'.516.... 40
15,171. .. 40 13.540 ... 100 50 538 ... 60
15.207-; 6. 33 591.... 4(1 50,541 60
1f.385 .. 4n133 771... 100 50 677 .. 60
15 454 ... 40 33 775 ... 200 50,760.... 100
15,4'»2 ... 40 33 794.... 60 50 859.... 60
15514 ... 60 33859.... 2 OdO 89-1 ... 40
15,701... 4- 33,910.... 4(> 50,909.... 60
15906... 60 33,929... 100
15,970 ... 6 51.264.... 40
34,015 ... 40 .1,383.... 40
16,036... 40 34,153.... 00 51,637.... 00
16,(>73.... 4034,282 ... 4051,580 ... 100
16.258 ... 4034.609.... 01- 51,697.... 60
16,274.... 40 34.624.... 100 51,743.... 100
10,301.... 60 14,776.... 40 51,700...'; 60
16,50.... 40 34,994.... 10051,793 ... 40
1017f5 40 51,910 ... 200
16,862... 60 35,003... 40
16,896.... 100 35,018... 6052,120... 40
35.132. .. 40 52,180 ... 60
17,109.... 60 35,139 ... 40 52,258 ... 100
17,239.... 40 15,277 ... 40 52,375 ... 40
(7,318.... 6035,288.... 6o 52,419.... 200
17,355.... 403>,315... 4-5.535... 200
17,409.... 01 (5,355 .. 60 52,->i>9.... 60
1",491.... 200 35, 58 ... 60 52.660 ... 60
17,492... 4035,783.... 60 52,672... 60
17,624.... 60 35 842 ... 200 52,725.... 40
17 638 ... 40 359>6.... 40 5i997.... 40
17,701... 40 35,960.... 40 ,
17,719....! 40 53,311... 100
17,956... 40 36,091... 40)3,737... 40
17,967.... 200 36,133.... 40 "'3,751... 40 .
36 206 ... 100 53,9»9.... 60
18 003 ... 40 36 269. .. 20
-18.051. .. 60 38,40)1 75,000 54 045.... 00 •
18,125.... 4036,454... 4054817... 40 1
18,169.... 60 36 541.... 40 54,'.;32 ... 60 1
36,950.... 40 36,722 ... 60 o 4,460 ... 40 I
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1892.
no. prize, no. prize No. Prize
54,586 40 69,598.... 40 83,928.... 200
69,027 ... 100 83,958.... 40
55,134... 40 69,7«>8 40
55,2 2... 40 0 ) 743.... 60 84,109.... 40
55,230... 4 69 751.. 300 84,193.... 40
55,320.... 100 6tt,t-44.... 00 84,377.10,000
35,351.... 100 69,f72... 100 84,42 1.... 40
55401 4069.909 ... 0084,447 ... 100
55,473 ... 200 69,915.... 200 84,504.... 60
55,571... 40 69,972... 60 -4,001... 40
55,572.... 40 81,6')3 ... 40
6\s9ti ... 00 70,033... 60 84.627... 40
55,701 ... 200 70.108.... 100 84,772 ... 100
56,89*.... 40 70,155... 100 84,921.... 40
55,957.... 40 70,246 ... 200
40 70,291.. 40 85,103.... 40
70365... 40 85,175... 40
56,055... 40 70,424 ... 100 85,371.... 00
56,061. .. 4)70,732 ... 4o 85,400.... 40
50.141... 40 70,849 ... 4C 85,458 ... 4<
56.300... 40 70.M18... 40 85,538... 00
56,319 ■■ 10) 70,870 ... 40 35 650... 60
5., 93 ... 40 65,675.... 40
56,433 .. 60 71.142 ... 60 -5,084.... 200
56521.... 200 71.559 ... 4) 85,691 ..1000
56,595 ... 100 /1634 ... 200 85,786.... 40
71,874.. . 300 85,801.... 40
67,300 ... 60 85,129. .. 100
57,309... 60 72 093... 40 85,880.... 40
57,378... 60 72,097... 4 100
67,560 ... 4i 72,187.... 6( 85,948.... 40
57,782.... 40 722 6 ... 40
57,800 .. 10< 72.315 ... 40 86,002 ... 00
57.919... 60 72,325... 60 86,013... 40
57,952... 40 72,398.... 40 86,202.... 60
72,619... 40 86 320... 60
58,084 ... 10) 72,692.... 60 86,325... 100
58,121 ... 20) 86,351.... 40
58.881... 40 73,191... 60 86,356.... 40
58,515.... 4173,193... 40 86,369... 40
58,081... 40 73.645.... 60186,377.... 00
58,603.. 100 , 3,570.... 4 86,403... 40
68,737... 4( 73,613... 60 86536.... 40
56,788 ... 204 -»,637.... 60|50,721 00
58,808 ... 60 73.678. .. 100|86 768.... 60
53.876... 40 73682... 60,86,795... 40
68,911. .. 40 73,707. .. 40188,832.... 40
58,980 ... 40 73906 ... 100!
73,911 .. 100187,040.... 40
59,037 ... 40 73,988.... 200 87,226 ... 40
59,075 ... 40 87,267. . 60
59 182.... 6074,042... 100;37,409 ... 40
59,321.... 200 74,105... 40;37,513.... 100
59,581 ... 100 741 3 ... 40|87,503 ... 100
5:1691.... 40 74,197 ... 100|57,579.... 60
59.696 100 74,: 34 40!t7,681.. 100
59 739 ... 100 74,365... 40i57,593.... 60
59,861.... 100 74,3>-6 ... 4>!87.020.... 40
59,930 ... 60 74,375 ... 40 87,677 ... 200
74,433.... 40 87.7 6. .. 100
60,016 ... 100 74,620.... 40 i 7 875 40
60,034... 40 74,692... 40 67,988.... 200
60,046.... 40 74,735 ... 300
60,077 ... 10 88,057 ... 40
60,092 ... 40 75,007.... 4068,0ff3. .. 300
6J.152 ... 40 75,034.. . 100 88,281.... 40
60 194 ... 200 75,037 ... 40 88,409. . 60
00,278... 10075,057.... 100 88,412.... 40
60,451... 100 75,119... 408-.483... 40
60,501.... 300 75,153... 60 88,514.... 100
60,523.... 60 5,223 . . 100 88 543.... 40
00,657.... 100 75, 44.... 100 83,45 ... 40
00,851.... 40 75,v5».... 200 38,773.... 40
60,863.... 100 75,347.... 40 88,878.... 60
60,9u9.... 40 75,360.... 40
75 366... 60 39,222... 40
61,151.... 100 -\5.413.... 300 89,799.... 60
61,170... 40 75,461... 80 88,988.... 40
61, *23. .. 40 75,593 ... 40
61,435... 60 75,809.. 60 90,011... 40
01,446 ... 200 75 848. .. 100 90,210 ... KO
61,505 ... 100 75,859.... 40 90.433 ... 60
61,530... 40 75,863.... 60 90,489... 00
01,661... 0075,916 ... lOi 90,492 ... 40
61,500....10ut> 90,607... 40
61,815.... 40 76,0'%.... 60 90,615. .. 60
."6 051... 10 90,762.... 40
62,072.... 200 6,059 ... 60
62.234 ... 200176,1 2.... 4« 91,031.... 200
62,386... 100 70,194... 6091.002.... 40
02.418 ... 0 70,276.... 4091,077 ... 60
62.627.... 100 76,287... 4091,141... 40
62,850 ... 60 7.1.339 ... 6' 91,2n1.... 60
62. -94... 60 76.363.... 60 91,239.... 40
62,988.... 0076,3«6... 4091,335... 40
76,4 7.... 100 '1.411.... 40
63,114 ... 4( 76 471... 301 91, 30. .. 60
63,212 .. 100 76488... 40 91.481... 60
63,2 0. .. 40 76.502 ... 40 91,520.... 100
63,277 ... 4' 70,539.... 6091,533 ... 200
63,321... 6> 76,758 ... 40,9 ,880.... 40
.. 60 91,7u9 ... 60
63,609... 100 77,200.... fc'Oi
304 ... .30 77.4205. .. 40 92,050. .. 40
63,6 6.... 20( 77.259 ... 4092,148 ... 00
63,701.... 4. 77,424 ... 60 92.252 ... 200
63 7(2 ... 61 77,508.... 300 92,348.... 60
'53 958 ... 4- 77,579... 4092,454.... 40
63,997... 40 77.677.... 60 92.656... 60
77,769.... 60 92 644... 100
64,334.... 40 77,8 7... 0092,63... 40
04.396...1001) 77.872 ... 100 93,919.... 40
64,573 ... 101 77,9 7 ... 60|
64,591 ... 40 |93,370... 100
64650.... 40 78,102.... 60 93,- 03.... 40
64.748. .. 0) 78,1*6.... 60 93,001.... 40
64,708... 40 78.179... 40 93.677.... 100
64,772.... 40 78,188 ... 4')|93.655 ... 40
64,901... 40 8,260 ... 200 93 053. .. 200
... 1(0 78.3 8.... 100 93,898 ... 40
64.915... 40 78,321... 4093,910... 40
64 947... 40 78,362... 40 1
64,974.... 60 78,515.... 100 94,057.... 60
64,979.... 300 78,581.... 100 94,061.... 40
64,981.... 200 78,806... 10 .94,196 ... 60
78,822 ... 40 94,226.... 100
65.150.... 200 78,847... 60 14,375... 40
65,199.... 1(0 78,915 ... 10. >4,<17 ... 60
65,224.... 100 14,481.... 40
65.235 ... 100 79,243 ... 60 H4.623.... 100
05,259 ... 20' 79 3)"4... 40 94,801.... 40
65 305 ... 60 79 485.... 200 U
65,466 ... 6(> 79.489.... 10. 95,047. .. 100
85,514.... 6079666. .. 30 95,050.... 200
65581... 40 79650... 40 95,0'< 1.... 100
65714 ... 60790-9.... 20095 115.... 60
65,313... 40 79,325... 4"95,209.... 60
65,827. .. 60:79,833 ... 40 95,2-24 ... 100
65,884 ... 40l 95,393 ... 100
80 035 ... 200 95,483 ... 40
66,156... 40|3004t. .. 60 96,542.... 40
66.165 ... 100j80,047.... 100 95,590 ... 40
66.166 ... 100 80,226...: 60 95,6 0.... 100
00,2t>*.... 40 80.293.... 200 956i8.... 40
66,346 ... 10:> 80 649 . . 40 95,65.).... 200
66,366.... 40 80.784.... 1( 0 95,735.... 40
66,4 3 ... 60 80,815.... 4095,910.... 40
66,639..:. 60 80 826 ... 40
60,041.... 00 30,837.... 100 96.040. .. 200
06,66 i:... 40|30,896.... 40 96, 00.... 200
61,719.... 4080,9 6... 41.98,210... 100
66,791 ... 100:00,985.... 60 96,243.... 200
66 849 ... 2Oo| H6.275.... 40
66 925.... 200181,033.... 60 98.458.... 60
66,961... 4081.056... 4096,395.... 60
131,305... 40 96,901 ... 60
67,019 ... 100 81,480.... 100 90,942.... 40
67,171 ... 10081,493 ... 40
67,251.... 100j81,h84 ... 4097,111 ... 200
67,407.... 200,81,688.... 60 97,'2?0.... 40
67,441.... 2008 ,748 ... 300 97,420.... 60
07,457.... 40 81,818.... 100 97,438.... 100
67,5«6.... 100,81,959.... 4097,513... 6J
67,597.... 100! 97,708.... 300
07,643.... 100 82,013... 100 97,723.... 40
67 670.... 100 82,179.... 60 97.753.... 60
67,677 ... 60,82,232. .. 6097,735.... 100
67,8(4. .. 4082,358.... 300 97,838.... 00
07,859.... 40 88,878.... 2i>0[97.939.... 60
67,947.... 6082 538.... 001
67,966... 10082.618.... 60,98,036.... 40
,82,722... 4098,181.... 60
68,127... 40!«2,820.... 4098,279.... 00
08,183 ... 100 82,842.... 100 98,353 ... 40
08,248 ... 40j 98,372.... 200
08,365... 4083,069.... 4098,420.... 00
08,470.... 4'i|83,088 ... 300 93,485.... 60
68,538 ... 00i83.198.... 200 98,491... 40
08,570.... 100,33,296.... 4098,5 4 ... 200
68,960... 40183,416.... 300 98,778.... 60
83.422.... 200 98,802 ... 40
69,001... 60 3.1490.... 40 98,823 ... 40
69.048.... 40 83.588 ... 10:
09,089 ... 40 83,003.... 4099.002.... 40
69,147... 40 33.6-12.... 40 99,228... 100
69,/60.... 60 33,788.... 60 99,200.... 40
09.3-/0.... 60 3,795... 40 1)9,464.... 60
69,335... I'o 33 828.... 4o 99,516.... 40
69,349... 20 33,850.... 40 99,8>-0.... 100
69,408 ... 40 33,912 ... 100 99,991.... 40
APPROXIMATION PHIZES.
100 numbers from 30,356 to 30.450 Inclusive,
being 50 numbers on each side of the number
drawing the capital prize oi $75,000; $100.
lOOnumbers from 22,527 to 21,027 inclusive
being 50 numbers on each side of the number
drawing the capital prize of $ 0,000; $00.
100 numbers from 84 327 toB4 427 inclusive
being 50 numbers on each side of the number
drawing the capital ptizeof $10,000; $40.
TERMINAL PRIZES.
99!) numbers ending with 06, being the two
last figures of the number drawing tho capital
prize of $7\000; $*0.
999 numbers ending with 77, being the two
last figures of the number drawing the secoud
capital prize of $20,000; $.O.
Tbe subscribers having supervised the Single
Number Drawing, Class "K." LOUISIANA
STATE LOTTERY, hereby certify that the
above are the numbers which were this day
drawn from the 100,0>'0 placed in the wheel,
with the priz » corresponding to them.
Witness our hands at New Orleuns. La., this
Tuesday, October 11th, 1892.
<\ j. VIIJ.EfR,
Vice Q. T. Beauregard, absent.
J. A. KA"LY,
W.B. Cabkll,
Commissioners.
No. 36,406 draws capital prize, $75,000, sold
in New York and t idem n station. N, V.,
Washington. D. C., Chicago, 111 .md B ston
Muss No. 27,577 rraws second capital prize,
$20,000, sold in Havnna, Cuoa, New York, -..
*~ Franklin, La,, and Indianapolis. Ind. No.
84 377, draws third capital prize, $10,000, sold
ln Ashe»il c, N. C , Louver, Coo,, Oakland,
< al., and Boston, Mass No. 21 732 draws
fourth capital prize, $5,000, sold in W»»h
ioglon, D. C, and Went ' aklund, Cal. Nos.
39.826 and 45,520 d ew each 1)12500
The work of sending the official list to every
correspondent begins immediately after the
drawing and continues day and night until
completed. Should any of our patrons experi
ence any delay in receiving it, ltis owing to
their name" being among the Inst on the list.
CONTRACTORS AM) UUILDKHS.
CONRAD 80HJEKKR, GRANITE, BlTUMlN
oasaiiu asphalt paving. 237 W. First St.
9-1 U
political announcement!.
qaptTa?XTii^vukeY7~^
CANDIDATB FOB
MAYOR,
Bubjeot to the decision of the Democratic
City Convention.
H. WORKMAN,
CANDIDATE FOB
MAYOR,
Subject to tbe decision of the Democratic
City Convention
JJR. J. H. BRYANT,
•ANDIDATB FOB
MAYOR,
Subject to the decision of the Demooratio City
Convention,
JOHN L. O'BRYAN,
FOR COUNCILMAN
(Ninth Ward)
Subject to tha Derision ot tha Deraeeratie
City Convention.
J H. DOCKWEILER.
CANDIDATB FOB
CI. V ENGINEER,
Subject to the decision of the Democratic
City Convention.
QLARENOE A. MILLER,
CANDIDATE FOB
CITY ATTORNEY,
Subjeot to the decision of the Democratic City
Convention.
D. JOHNSON,
(Present Incumbent),
CANDIDATB FOB
CITY TREASURER,
Subject to the decision of the RepubllOßß City
Convention.
J A, KELLY,
CANDIDATB FOB
CITY CLERK,
Subject to the decision of tbe RtpubllattD
Cltt Convention.
JAMES E. FRICK,
CANDIDATE FOB
SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS
Subject to the decisiou of the Democrat!
City Convention.
M. GARLAND, (
Auditor Pacific Railway Co. (oable),
CANDIDATE FOE
CITY AUDITOR,
rubjeet to the decision of the Republican
City Convention,
Jfl R. WILLIS,
CANDIDATE FOB
CITY ATTORNEY,
Subject to the decision of the Republican City
Convention.
JJUGH MVTLHOLLAtVD,
CANDIDATB FOB
COUNCILMAN SECOND WARD,
Subject to the decision of the Democratic City
Convention.
JOHN CHANBLOR,
(Of Andenon & Chanilor), Candidate for
COUNCILMAN —FOURTH WARD,
Subject to the decision of the Demooratio City
Convention,
QBORGX D. PESBELL,
CANDIDATB FOB
COUNCILMAN SIXTH WARD,
Subjeot to the decision of the Demooratio
City Convention,
J T. BEARDEN,
CANDIDATE FOB
COUNCILMAN SIXTH WARD,
3ubject to the decision of the Democratic
City Convention.
JJENKY BARTNING,
CANDIDATB FOB
COUNCILMAN—SIXTH WARD,
Bubject to the decision o" the Demooratlc City
Convention.
yyiLLLAM CRAWFORD,
CANDIDATE FOB
CITY ATTORNEY,
Subject to the decision of the Democratic
City Conventlou.
QHARLKS W. bUAMANS.
CANDIDATE FOB
COUNCILMAN (Second Ward),
Subject to tbe decision of the Republican
City convention.
MUPUKLICAN NOMINEES.
BRAY,
Regular Republican nominee for
COUNTY RECORDER.
Election Tuesday, November 8,1»92.
JABEZ BANBURY,
egular Republican nominee for
COUNTY TREASURER,
Election Tuesday, November 8,1892.
DEMOCRATIC SOHINBKB.
j^DR^AJ»iT^^HOSB^
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR COUNTY TREASURER,
JJKNRY B. BELT,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR RECORDER.
B. SUARBOROUGH,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR.
JJUGH J. SMITH,
CANDIDATE FOB
COUNCILMAN EIGHTH WARD,
Subject to tbe decision of tha Demooratlc City
Conyentlon. 10 8 eotl
JJ C. DILLON,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC AND PEOPLE'S PARTY
NOMINEE FOR
DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
J~}R. R. C. GUIRADO,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR CORONER.
J7-. L. BIEWEKE,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR CONSTABLE.
P. RICHARDSON,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR CONSTABLE.
QROVE 8. BARTHOLOMEW.
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC AND PEOPLE'i PARTY
NOMINEE FOR
TOWNSHIP JUSTICE.
JAMRB HANLttY,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR TOPERVISOK FIFTH EIBI ttICT.
T. COLLINS,
REGULAR
BEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR BUPEBV!SOR SECOND BMTRIOT.
Q.ENERAL JOHN R. MATHEWS,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR STATE SENATOR,
Thirty-seventh Senatorial District.
P. SNYDER^
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR ASSEMBLYMAN,
Seventy-fifth Aisenrbly District.
JJ»RANK G. FINLAYSON,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR AB9EMBLYMAN,
Seventy-third Assembly District.
jyjARTIM C. MARbH.
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR SHERIFF. t
■yy ILLIAM B. OULLEN,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR COUNTY CLERK.'
E. E. HEWITT,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR.
Jji B. OOLVER.
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR AUDITOR.
REPUBLICAN NOMINEES.
Regular Republican nominee for
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR,
Election Tuesday. November 8,1892.
W. FRANCISCO,
Regular Republican nominee for
SUPERVISOR
(Second Supervisorial District).
Election Toesday, November 8,1802.
N. BULLA,
Republican nominee for
ASSEMBLYMAN, 76TH DISTRICT,
Election, November 8,1880.
DEMOCRATIC
CITY CONVENTION.
HiADyI'ARTHUR DEMOCRATIC CITY CENTRAL)
Committee, }
Los Ami a as. Cal., October 15,1893. )
In accordance with a resolution passed by
i the said committee ou the 10th day of Ociober,
I 18J12, a Democratic City Convention Is hereby
called to meet at lurnvoieln bail, In the city
ol Los Angeles, on Tuesday.October 35th, 1893,
a. 10 or ock s, n., for the purpose of nominat
ing a full and complete municipal ticket to be
voted for at the coming municipal election, to
be held In the city of Los Angeles on the sth
day of December. 1893.
■i he following is tbe apportionment of dele
gates to the various pitcinets, the names of
Judges, Inspectors and clerks, and places of
meeting for ihe Democratic voters of the var
ious wards and preoincts of said olty:
Wardl Precincts. Delegates.
;; } ! 2 »
} 3 ft
" 1 4 ft
Inspector, A. Oundlaoh.
Judge, c. M. Harden.
Clerk, Joseph Mesmer.
Pi lling place: Ofßoe J. E. Yoakum, corner
Downey avenue and Truman streets.
Ward 3 Del T < "'
" 3 40 4
" 3 41 a
" 2 43 ft
" 3 43 ft
" 3 44 4
" 3 45 0
" 8 46 7
" 8 47 4
Inspector, Thos. McCaffrey.
Judge, John Nonry.
Clerk, Wm. Mead.
Polling place: Northeast corner of Buena
Vista and Temple streets.
„, . m Precincts. Delegates.
WardS S3 7
" 8 33 5
" 3 34 4
3 35 ft
" 3 36 ft
" 3 37 4
, " 3 38 ft
Inspector, J. H. Crawford.
Judxe, M. Morn*.
Clerk, N. C. Bledsoe.
Polling place: Eureka stables, on West Fifth
street.
Precinct*. Delegate*.
Ward 4 33 5
" 4 29 8
" 4 30 5
" 4 31 6
Inspector, 8. M Davidson.
Judge, 0. Boiiller
Clerk. M. L Parcells.
Polling place: Ninth-street engine house.
Preoincts. Delegates.
WardS 26 4
" 6 27 «
Inspector. Fred liar knees.
Judee, John Osborn.
CUeik, Jos. F Nuelle.
Polling place: At Washington gardens.
Preoincts. Delegate*.
Ward 6 23 3
" 6 24 4
" 6, _ 26 6
Inspector, Wm. Fitzgerald,
Judge, J L. Van Every.
Clerk, Ed Smith.
Polling place: Northeast corner Main and
Washington streets.
Precinct*. Delegate*.
Ward 7 17 5
7 ns 0
" 7 19 4
•• 7 20 6
" 7 21 6
•< 7 22 6
Inspector. T. J. Cuddy. ,
Judge, Jihn J. O'Brien.
Clerk, Robert Rudolph.
Polling place: Boutliwcst corner of Fifth and
Regent streets.
Precincts. Delegate*.
Ward 8 8 5
•• 8 9 6
" 8 10 ft
" 8 11 4
" 8 12 ft
" 8 13 4
" 8 14 ft
" 8 15 3
" 8 16 4
Inspector, R. E. Lee.
Judge, w. 11. Buehler.
Clem, C. B. Carolan.
Polling pace: Northeast corner of Turner
and Alameda streets.
Precincts. Delegate*.
Ward 9 6 7
" 9.... 6 5
"9 7 4
Inspector, Harry L. White.
Juogf, J P. Rogets.
Clerk, D. W. Hudson.
Polling place: Engine house, near corner of
Boyle avenue and kast Second street.
In accordance with tbe resolutions of the
Democratic City Central committee, the Dem
nrratir electors of the various precincts of the
city of I.os Angeles will assemble at pome suit
able place, to be designated b-- a published no
tice by the member of tbe City Central com
mittee of the said precinct, calling said elector*
together lor his said prec'net, on Thursday, the
20th day of October. 1892, at 7:3" p. m. At
raid meeting, which sball close st 8:80 p.m.,
tbe said member ol the as Id City Central com
mitteee »hah preside, and some suitable person
shall be elected by tsio electors, secretary of
said meeting, who shall take down the names
and residences of all persr>hs voting at said
caucus primary meeting, and shall certify the
amea of tbe delegates tbus elected to the sec
re ary of the Democratic City Central commit
tee, who shall have tickets prepared with the
names of said delegates, thus elected, printed
on the regu art cket for each ward.
It is further ordered, tbat a primary election
be held on Haturdry, October 22,1892, bvtwoea
the hours of 2 p. m. and 6 p. m.. to elect dele
gates to the Democratic city convention ua
heielubefore named.
'1 hat tbe tickets to be used at ssld primary
election shall be printed "Regular Caucus
Democratic Ticket, 1 ' with the names of the
delegates selected by the various precincts.
Caucutes held ou tbe 20th day of October,
1892, as hereinbefore slated; that tickets
printed ot tier woe with such heading than
showing tbe caucus delegates for the various
precincts, shall be declared irregular and void.
The numbers and boundaries of the various
precinct* of said city, that shall govern tbe
Srimary election, shall le the numbers and
oundarles of said precincts a* the same ap
peared and existed in December 1890
The qualification to vote at said caucus and
grlmary election shall be that the voter 1* a
emccrat: that he will pledge himself to vote
the Democratic municipal ticket at theensuing
municipal election: that he is an elector
of the precinct or ward of which he applies to
vote, or would be an elector entitled to vote at
the municipal election to be held on Decem
bers, 1892.
'i he Judges, Inspectors and clerks, are hereby
Instructed to return Immediately upon said
primary election, to the secretary of
ibe said Democratic city central com
mittee, the polling list containing
the names of the persons voting at
tbe said primary election, together with the
ballots used at said election, with a certificate
of tbe number of votes which each delegate
received: the said returns to be enclosed in a
goud and substantial envelope.
Done by order of the Democratic city central
committee, this, Ihe 15th day of October, 1892.
THOS. H. KELLKY,
Chairman of the Democratic olty central com
niitiee.
J. H. MELVILL,
Secretary of the Democratic city central com
mittee. , 10 16-td
REPUBLICAN NOMINEES.
YyALTER^bT^OO^E^
Regular Republican nominee for
STATE SENATOR,
Thirty-seventh Senatorial, District,
Election Tuesday, November 8,1892
JOHN C. CLINK,
Regular Republican nomine* for
SHERIFF,
Election Tuesday, November 8,1892.
'jmOWBRIDGE H. WARD,
Regular Republican nominee for
COUNTY CLERK.
Election Tuesday, November 8,1893.
jyiRANK B. LOPEZ,
(Present City Auditor,)
Begular Republican nominee for
COONTY AUDITOR,
Election Tuesday, November 8,1898.

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