NEWS FROM NEAR-BY CITIES.
Triumphant Democracy Will
Sweep Orange County. •
Redlands Is to Fittingly Celebrate
A Fire Yesterday at tde Infant 'Wonder
City-Santa Ana Gossip—Bedon
do Shipping; Motes.
Santa Ana, Oct. 18.—Politics in tbis
county is all one hears now. Tne cor
respondent of the Times from this city
is continuing to make himself ridicu
lous discussing political matters, and
has not recovered yet from the effects of
Billy Williama' speech. He does not
»ppßar to know any more about tbe po
litical situation than he does about
horse racing, and is always saying ab
The poor fellow ia worrying about the
disaffection in the Democratic party;
but where it is no one but the sleuth
hound of the Times eeema to know.
Bennett, the candidate for assembly
man ou the People's party ticket, and
who has received the endorsement of
the Democratic party, hae a fighting
chance. Welborn will carry Orange
county, for nearly every Prohibitionist
in the county will vote for him. Col
lins, the Irish preacher, has been pour
ing hot shot into Bowers' camp, and the
results are good for the Democrats.
Io county affaire, the Democracy is all
right. The Democracy of thia county do
not expect to elect every officer. The
boare of supervisors are now Democrat
ic. We have the assessor, and will elect
Theodore Lacy sheriff again. The county
clerkship will be a battle, for D. T.
Brock, the Republican nominee, ia an
able gentleman, well qualified for the
office, and will probably be elected, as
his opponent is not making much of a
fight. J. G. Scarborough, the Demo
cratic candidate for district attorney, is
a sure winner, as his opponent in a man
but little known and with no ability to
speak of. Goeppar, for treasurer, is
malting a strong fight, and is gaining
Strength every day. He stands a very
good chance of being elected, and should
be. Wm. H. Lehmann, the Democratic
nominee for tax collector, ia well known
and popular, and will have no trouble
defeating hia opponent, Mr. Freeman.
Finley will be elected aurveyor with
banda dwn.and Bowers is going to
have no trouble to get the recordership.
Thus it will be seen tbat the Republican
party will lose at least two offices, that
of tax collector and district attorney,
now held by their party, and probably
This talk about there being any dis
affection in the Democratic party in this
county, originates in tbe fertile brain of
tbe Times genius in tbis city, and is not
considered by any of the Republicans
A positive proof that the Democratic
party ia all right in this county is that
in every town the Democratic political
meetings are more largely attended than
thoae of any other party.
The People'a party cute no figure. It
is only a sideshow here, while the Pro
hibitionists will poll about their usual
Eev. G. E. Dye left for San Diego this
morning for a few days.
The Democrats of Santa Ana will take
a band and a large delegation to Tustin
tomorrow night, when Col. Olin Wel
born will address the meeting.
G. T. Drury visited Los Angeles to
Henry Neill and Wm. Ballestero, two
of Santa Ana'e business men got into an
altercation last night, and one round
wag fought, when the marshal appeared,
called time, and the fight a draw. Tbe
combatants will app-ar before Judge
Freeman tomorrow who will decide the
fight, and fine the men for not keeping
within tbe rules.
The Democrats held a rousing meeting
at Fullerton last night.
M. Hostler is having a neat residence
erected on his lot on Parton street.
Miss Arthur of Pasadena will organize
a dancing school here Thursday night.
The Santa Ana Gun club left this
morning for a two weeks' hunt.
The ez-confederatea will participate in
the Columbian celebration Friday.
The city library will be moved next
week from its preeent qnartera to plea
sant rooms in the Hewey block.
Yesterday afternoon a house occupied
by P. Goiter, at Yorba, and also a barn
were destroyed by fire. Drunken Mexi
cans caused the conflagration, and the
lose ia $2500.
Robert Dull has returned from a
week's visit to Tehachipe.
The board of city trustees met last
night and transacted the usual routine
Columbus day in Santa Ana will be a
holiday, obeerved by all our people.
Every business house will be closed, and
the day will be one of general rejoicing.
A Small Fire—Preparation* to Celebrate
* ColumbtiH IJay.
Redlands, Oct. 18.—Tbe wooden, iron
loofed shed at the back of Hamilton's
brick building on State street, at the
corner one block east of Orange street,
caught fire at 10:30 this morning. The
main building ia a two-story structure,
occupied by families upstairs, and
Adams' furniture store below. The
wooden addition was used for a mattress
and repair shop, and was filled with up
holsterer's materials. The shed and
contents were entirely destroyed, and
the stock of furniture in front consider
ably smoked. The damage iB about
$1000. As the building is isolated, no
fears were had for the town, but the
brick structure had a narrow escape. It
ia supposed that a child, in play, carried
pome fire into the back yard, which
caused the damage. Both stock and
building were insured.
The 21st will be the biggest day Red
landa has yet seen. Every Redlander,
irrespective of age will be on deck, and
the way the committees are whooping
things is ajcaution. The teachers met
yesterday and arranged the balance of
the exercises. The interest taken by
all who have been called upon to assist,
haa been hearty and effectual. The
committees on decoration are A. H.
Pratt, J. Lee Burton and Charles E.
Trueedell, who have charge of the
streets and buildings, and Messrs. Sho
rey, Kingsbury, Drake and Baker, who
wiil attend to the decoration of tbe acad
emy of music. The committee on after
noon sports ia A. H. Pratt, James A.
Doyle and Frank C. Prescott, and the
programme provided is expected to in
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1802.
tereat everybody, either in the athletics
or the fun.
After the procession is formed and
routed, as explained by your correspon
dent in tbe Herald of the 14th ultimo,
the exercises at the school will be car
ried out out. Tbe programme ia most
In the afternoon beginning at 1 o'clock
a programme of athletic sports will be
had. All the events except the base
ball game, are for school children only,
and it is intended that all pupils intend
ing to enter the contests shall band in
tbeir names to their teachers the day
before so that the committee may ar
range more conveniently.
In the evening at the academy of
muaic more literary and musical exer
cises will be given.
A special motor takes some mueic
lovers to tbe Neally Stevena concert at
San Bernardino tonight.
Judge J. R. Aitken, of San Diego, is
in town on business pertaining to irri
Celebration of the Quadro-Centennlal of
America at Santa Barbara.
Santa Barbara, Oct. 17.—Yesterday
was a gala day at Sinta Barbara. The
fourth centennial of the diacovery of
America waß celebrated heie in a very
interesting and picturesque style, under
the auspices of the Santa Barbara His
torical Archi-confraternity and other ao
cietiee. It waa very appropriate that
the friara of the Santa Barbara mission
should have appeared prominently in
this celebration. Tbe mission was es
tablished and has been continued under
tbe authority of tbe Franciscan order,
and it was interesting to see tbe friara
in the same garb aa tbe friars of La Ra
bida, at Paloa, Spain, through the power
and influence of whose superior. Father
Juan Perez, Queen Isabella was induced
to fit out the expedition with which Co
lumbus made hia grand voyage of dis
After a procession, in which the mayor
of tbe city, Superior Judge Cope and
other officials, orphans of the asylum,
and several societies and citizens gener
ally of Santa Barbara participated, the
literary exercises were held in the
grand opera bou?e, a very large
building. There could not have been
less than four thousand people present.
The stage was set in a most attractive
scene. Ferdinand and Isabella were
seated on a canopied throne, surrounded
by courtiersin the 15th century dress, and
halberdiers in mail, whilst Columbus,
with the Indians he had brought from
America, appropriately coatumed, were
ranged in front and welcomed by the
Spanish monarchs. All the characters
were represented by girls and boys, and
their costumes and surroundings were
so appropriate to the period as to elicit
rapturous encomiums form all present.
On the stage were ranged tbe friars of the
mission, in their flowing garbs, alongside
of those who were to take the leading
part in the exercises, which were very
The programme embraced a very fine
opening address by Rev. James Vila;
historical readings upon the character
and exploits of Columbus by James C
Biddle, jr., and Capt. Walter Lord;
recitation and aria from Elijah, by
Leonard J. Robinson ; two vocal num
bers (very finely rendered) by Mra. M.
de loa Reyes Preßcott; music by a string
band, which waß greatly appreciated; a
poem in Spanish and a panegyric by
Don BenTio Gutierrez and F. de
Gutierrez ; a well-written oration on the
genius of the discovery of America, by
Edmund Burke; an eloquent address on
tbe Church and the American Republic,
by Jarrett T. Richards; an original
poem (reproduced elsewhere) by Col.
James J. Avers; an excellent, short and
snappy extemporaneous speech by
Father Reenelius, one of the Franciscan
friars, and impassioned closing remarks
by Rev. J. Cabelleria.
The entire programme was listened to
with maiked attention by the largest
audience tbat ever assembled within the
walls of the opera house, and the cele
bration waa voted an entire success
Preparations far a Democratic Display.
Redondo Beach, Oct. 18.—Elaborate
arrangements have been perfected by
the Democratic electors of this vicinity
to ensure a large turnout on Tuesday,
October 25th, the date fixed by the
county committee for a campaign meet
ing at Redondo Beach. In addition to
the speakers designated by Chairman
Laat, our local club has secured J.
Marion Brooks to deliver an address on
the occasion. The Walton Rink, of al
moßt unlimited capacity, has been se
cured as the place of meeting. The Re
dondo band will furnish fine music, and
will lead the procession, foimed by the
Cleveland and Stevenson club and oth
er Democratic citizens at the Foresters'
ball, in their march down Alameda
atreet to the rink. Good results may be
expected from the coming meeting.
The steamship Corona, from the
north, arrived in port at 1:45 a.m. to
day, landing 104 tons of merchandise
and 40 passengers for Redoido. She
proceeded south at 6 a. m., schedule
The steamer Santa Cruz, from the
rorth, with 60 tons of merchandise con
signed to I.os Angeles and interior
points, came into port at 2.30 p. m. to
Mr. R. H. Thompson, vice-president
of the Redondo Beach company, will de
part for San Francisco and other north
ern points tomorrow.
The lumhf'r traffic at Redondo wharf
Grows £*9fl£h Stops
Hair jjjMHQ Falling
B *ao AHB Makes
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Compound. I VVJIm ill Fabric
Cures .'/ felMffl 1,
Dandruff 1 WMI ll' Natun
Soothe , '/'. ; IjtßVt M ill Own
Cools "fj ) Remedy
And 1 1111 ' 1 " For
Stops (Trade Mark All
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Sold by Druggists, $1; six,ss. T-Vorth $5 a bottle
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Skookum Root Hair Grower Go.
aeems to be greatly on the increase
from month to month. Three lumber
cargoes now in port, and several more in
transit, destined for this place, will
keep the donkey engine actively em
ployed for some time to come.
Arrivals at Hotel Redondo are: Mar
garet Hassett, Sacramento; Katharine
Thornton, E. S. Talbot, W. A. Phillips,
San Francisco; W. H. Wright. Coinp
ton; Roger Wigfall, Santa Fe; H. C.
Dillon, S. V. Thompson, Los Angelee.
Arrivals at Ocean View bouse are:
Burton J. Hall, Page Richardson, Lob
Angeles; Levi Waters, Geo. Gilchrist,
Santa Ana; Russell Thompson, Carcin,
O.; John O Banks, Baltimore, Md.; W.
W. Gyerod, Buffalo, N. V.; C. E. Page.
Death of George Bancroft—Political and
Pomona, Oct. 18.—We learned of the
death today of Mr. George Bancroft, a
former resident of this place, at Santa
Monica. Mr. Bancroft was in the em
ploy of the Well's Fargo express during
his stay here, and will be remembered
by a great many Pomona people. Rev.
Adams, of St. Paul's Episcopal church,
this city, will condnct the obsequies.
Mr. C. P. Johnson, of the Loa Angelea
Times, evidently did not wander into the
camp of the "enemy" Saturday evening,
for in speaking of tbe Democratic dem
onstration in tbe morning paper, of tbat
date, be says: "The principal speaker
was George S. Patton, who succeeded in
making our friends, tbe enemy feel as if
they had the only cause on earth." The
fact of the case is that Mr. Patton waa
unable to attend ac wae noted in tbe
Herald's report of the meeting.
The people, old and young, of the
Congregational church are to give a
paper carnival November 17th and 18th.
An interesting and unique entertain
ment is promised for each evening.
City Marshal John W. Lorbeer and
Deputy Sheriff F. O. Slanker have re
turned from a euccesaful hunt.
Will S. Hammer ppent the day in On
Mrs. J. W. Mustard, of Ontario, was
the guest of Mrs. Chas. Sears today.
The People's party speaker this even
ing wae the candidate for district attor
ney, H. C. Dillon, whose subject waa
the extravagant expenditures of the
Republicana in county matters.
Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong were visitors
in Lob Angelee today.
Ray Insley, of Santa Ana, waa in Po
The district attorney ia expected out
from Los Angeiee tomorrow, at which
time it wi 1 be decided what is to be
come of the disagreed jury case of "Jack
I. J. Man ley went to Loa Angeles on
the first train today. '
E. E, Cole comes out with a new
The Democratic club is alive ard
awake ; it has issued a call for a meeting
on Friday evening.
It is proposed that 40 or 50 acres of
land be bought and made into a race
track and ball ground. If any encour
agement is given steps will be taken to
form an association to carry out the
FIE3T NATIONAL BANK of Pomona, C.
Seaver, president; Stoddard Jess, cashier. Capi
tal paid up, $100,000; a general banking busi
C. C. ZILLKS & CO., manufacturing jewelers.
OLD PAPERS for sale at Thk Hbbald office.
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sional dose at intervals will forever after prevent
Jno. M. Cox, of 733 Turk Street, San Francisco,
writes; "I have beer, troubled with attacks of
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to three times a week. Some time ego I bought
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A. E. LITTLEBuTS
311 S. Spring St., Near Third,
Removed from 160 N. Main st,
A compete stock of Drug?, Chemicals, Toilet
Articles, Druggists' Sundries and Electrical In
struments always on band.
Prescriptions carefully prepared at modsrn
prices. 6-30 6m
NOTICE TO CREDITOR^
OF LOTJIB I.ICHTEVBER' ER, DB
JTj ceased. Notloe is hereby given by the un
dersigned, ex, cutrix of the last will and
tegument of Li uls Llchtenberger. deceased, to
the creditors of. and al persons having claim'
againut the said deceased, to exhibit them,
with the necessary vouchers, within ten
months after the first publication of this
notice, to tbe said cxc cutrix, at the office of A.
W. Huttem, attorney at law. in Temple block,
Lets Angeleß city, California, the tarn»; being
the plac- for the transaction of the b sinessof
said t*tote, In sad county of Los Angeles,
Dated L s Angeles, California, this 1." thday
of September, 1892.
MKB. EMILIE LIGHTEN BKF.GER,
Executrix of the last will snd testament of
Louis Llchtenberger, deceased. 0-16-5 w
PROPOSALS FOR WATER WHEELS.
BTW WILL BE RECEIVED UP TO NOV.
7th. by ihe Los Angeles City Water Co , for
one Pelt ai water wheel; also, one turbine
For Jpe Ideations, apply to the office of Los
Angeles City Water Co
10-12 14.t WM. MULHOLLAND, Supt.
fire ij X. —the woman who doesn't use
KLf*c *w Pearline; the woman who fails
> \ »r\ to have her servants use Pearl
y—w I tne. She fails to see what is
\ good for her; she fails to have
r I Y\ \ \ what is best for her.
Vv jrjf|i?li\\ yfe Without Pearline, wash
/ zir f/II ij \(\ rfyy m g cleaning is drudg
/ jf I L \ \ Jj/ -Mf cry and toil, and wear and
/ Ift \j Jr s tear ' anc * ru^*
( "y\ I nwi mf/ With it, there is no hard work,
v/f lr an< * no narm to tne nn est things ;
' there is little or no rubbing. Use
Pearline, and rest from your labor;
the rest of your labor—the hardest part —is done by Pearline.
J?q|-£_ The woman has fore-sight who refuses the imitations of Pearline offered
by peddlers and unscrupulous grocers, which they claim to be "same as
cjo-Kf- Pearline," or "as good as Pearline," IT'S FALSE—besides, Tearline
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J DE BARTH SHORB,
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
JTENRY B. BELT,
Tyy B. SCARBOROUGH,
FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR.
TJ C. DILLON,
DEMOCRATIC AND PEOPLE'S PARTY
R. C. GUIRADO,
J£ L. BIEWEKE,
QROVE 8. BARTHOLOMEW,
DEMOCRATIC AND PEOPLE'S PARTY
FOR SUPERVISOR FIFTH DISTRICT.
■jy/JV T. COLLINS,
FOR BUPEBVISOR SECOND DISTRICT.
QENERAL JOHN R. MATHEWS,
FOR STATE SENATOR,
Thirty-seventh Senator'al District.
iyj P. SNYDER,
Seventy-fifth Asserrbly District.
Beventy-thlrd Assembly District.
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
QOL. E. S. HEWITT,
FOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR.
-p B. COLVER.
Headiiuibtkbs Democratic >
county committee, >
Octobers, 1893. >
The following meetings are arranged to take
place at the precincts named ln I.os A nicies
cou ii t;, on the dates named, and to be addressed
by the following speakers:
Wednesday, October 10th, Whittier.—
County candidates aud Judge Quthrie and
Clarence A. MLler,
Thursday, October 20th, I it Beach.—
County candidates and C. F. Harris and W. A.
Friday, Ootober Slst, San Pedro.—
Connty candidates and T. E. Gibbon and M. E
Saturday, October aud. Wilmington.--
County candidates and Geo. W. Merrill and
Monday, October 34th, Santa Monica.-
County candidates and J. J. Ayers and Clar
ence A. Miller,
Tuesday, October 25th, Redondo —
County candidates and Abbot Kinney and
Wednesday, October 3Gth, Soldiers'
Home.—County candidates and Enoch Knight
and W. A. it yan.
Thursday, October 27th, Glendale,—
County caudicates 'and J. Marion Brooks and
C. F. Harris.
Friday, October 28th, San Fernando.—
County candidates and Judge Guthrie, A. L.
Sellg and Richard Dunnlgan.
Saturday, October 29th, Newhall.—
County candidates and W. J, Hunsacker and
M. L. Graff.
Monday, October 31st, Lancaster. -
County canaioates and J Marlon Brooks and
W. A. Ryan.
Tuesday, November Ist, l.o» Angeles—
County candidates and Geo. S. Patton, T. E.
Gibbon, J. De Berth Sborb and other speakers.
Addliional speakers will be assigned from
time to time by the State Anzi.lary Committee.
By order Democratic County Central Com
mittee. C. F. A. LAST,
HENRY P. WILSON, Chairman.
Regular Republican nomine* for
Election Tuesday. November 8,1892.
Regular Republican nominee for
(Second Supervisorial District).
Election Tuesday, November 8.1892.
JJOBT. N. BULLA,
Republican nominee for
A3BEMBLYMAN, 75TH DISTRICT,
Election, November 8,1892.
Regular Republican nominee for
COUNT 7 RECORDER.
Election Tuesday, November 8, lo'M.
egular Republican nominee for
Election Tuesday. November 8. 1802.
CERTIFICATE OF PARTNERSHIP.
I CERTIFY THAT I CONSTITUTE THE
p rtnershtp, and am transacting the un
dermentioned business in tbe ci'y of Loa An
geles, In thia s ate. Its principal place of busi
ness is Los Angeles, California. Its name Is
United States Fishing Company
The full names and respective places of resi
dence of all its members are signed hereto.
Dated, October 12, 1892.
F. I. H.IOPER-INGI.HDEW,
Los Ange es, California.
State of Cslifornia, j
County of Los Angeles,!
On this 12th day of October, in the year one
thousand eight, hundred and ninety two. be
fore me. Jo eG. Kstudlllo, a rotary public in
and for the county of L >s Angeles personally
appeared F. I. Hoo;>er-Ing'edew known to me
to be tbe person whose name is subscribed to
and <• ho executed tbe within instrument, and
he acknowledged to me that he execut. d the
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
hand aud affixed my offi lal seal at mv office
in the coumy of Lo' Angeles, the d<y and year
In this certiflcate first above written.
[SEAL] JOaE G. EBTUDILLO,
Endorsed: Los Angeles county, California.
Filed October 12, 1»»2. T. H. WARD. Clerk.
By A. A. Bayley, Depu-y. 10-13 28t
NOTICE TO PUMP MANUFACTURERS.—
Proposals will be received by the I os An
geles City Water Co. up to 3 p.m., December
6,1892, for one four-million gallon high duty
The purpose for which this engine Is to be
used is to pump water for domestic use to tbe
hill portion of the city of Log Angeles.
For specifications spply to
WM MUI.HOL 1 AND,
10 94w Supt Los Angelea City Water Co.
QCAUgUARTRng DEMOCRATIC CITY CINTRAI.)
I.os A*or its, Cal., Ootober 16,1892. J
In aeeordunce with a resolution passed by
the said committee ou the 10th day ol October,
!.* democratic t;lty Convention is hereby
called to meet at Turnveieln bu.l ln the city
of Los Angeles, on Tuesday.Ootober 281h,189<,
ai 10 o clock a. m , for the purpose of nominat
ing a full and complete municipal ticket to be
voted for at the ooming municipal electiou. to
be bold in the city of Lo B Angeles on the sth
day of December, 1892.
> he following is tne apportionment of dele
gates to tbe various pncincts, the names of
Judges, inspectors and clerks, aud places of
meeting for .he Democratic voters of the var
ious wards and precincts of said cily:
Ward 1 Precincte. Delegate!.
:: * 2 a
} 3 a
'1 4 5
Inspector, A. Oandlach.
Judge, t). M. Harden.
Cletk, Joseph Mesmer.
I', lung t l«ce: Office J. K. Yoakum, corner
Downey avenue and Truman streets.
„, . _ Prtclnots. Delegates.
Ward 2 ho A
" 2 40 ' 4
" 2 41 8
" 2 42 0
" 2 43 5
" 3 44 4
" 2 46 6
" 2 48 7
'• 2 47 4
Inspectoi, Thos. McCaffrey.
Judee, John Neary.
Clerk, Wm. Mead.
Polling place Northeast corner of Buena
Vista and 1 em pie streets.
Ward 3 S3 7
" 3 33 5
'■ 3 34 4
" 3 35 5
" 3 3fl 5
" 3 37 4
" 3 38 S
Inspector. J. H. Crawford.
Judge, T. F. Don hue.
Clerk. N. C. Bleusoe
Polling place: 50U South Spring street.
Ward 4 2S 6
" 4 29> 8
" 4 30 5
" 4 31 6
Inspector, *. M Davidson.
Judge, D. Boi tiler
Clerk. M. L P.»rcell».
Polling place: Ninth-street engine house.
Ward 5 20 4
' 6 27 6
Inspector. Fred Ilarkness.
Judee, John Osbnru.
Clerk, Jos. F Nnolle
Polling place: At Washington gardens.
Ward 6 23 3
H 6 24 4
" 6 25 «
Inspecor, Wm. Fitzgerald.
. Judge, J L, Van Kverj.
Clerk, Ed Smith.
Polling place: Northeast corner Main and
Ward 7 17 5
'• 7 18 0
« 7 19 4
" 7 20 0
" 7 it •
" 7 22 6
Inspector, T. J. Cuddy.
Judge, J hn J. O'Brien.
Clerk, Kobert Rudolph.
Polling place: .-out..west corner of Fifth and
Ward 8 8 5
•• 8 9 6
" 8 10 5
" 8 11 4
" 8 12 5
" 8 13 4
" 8 14 5
'• 8 15 3
8 IS 4
Inspector, R. E. Lee.
Judge, W. H. Btiehler.
Clem, 0, B. Ouroian.
Polling p.sce: * crtheast corner of Turner
and Alameda streets.
WardS ft T
" 9.... U a
"9 7 4
Inspector, Harry L. White.
Judge, J P. Kogeis.
Cltrk, D. W. Hudson.
Polling place: Engine house, nearcornerof
Boyle avenue and > ast Second slreet
In accordance with the resolutions of tbe
Democratic City Central commit 'cc, the Dem
ocratic electors of the various precincts of the
city of Los Angtles « ill assemble at some suit
able place, to b- designated b>- a published no
tice by the member of the City Central com
mittee of the said precinct, calling said elector*
together for his said prec net, on Thursday, the
20tbdayofi ctober. 1P92, at 7:3 p m. At
said meeting, which shall close at 8:30 p. m.,
tbe said member ot the a. Id City Central com
mit teen shall preside, and some suitable person
sball be elected by stln electors, secretary of
said meeting, who shall lake down ihe name*
and residences of all persons voting at said
caucus piimary meeting, and shall c rtlfy th*
ame> of tbe delegates tbus elected to the sec
re ary ol the Democratic City Central commit
tee, whos'xall have tickets prepared, will the
names of said delegates, thus elect, d, printed
on the regu at t cket for each ward.
It Is further ordered, that a t rlmary election
be held on haturdry, October 22,189.', b tween
the hours of 2p. m snd <J p. m .to elect dele
gates to the Democratic city convention a*
'lhat the ticke.B to be used at s id primary
elect on «hal be printed "Regular Caucus
Democratic Ticket,'' with the name* of the
delegates selected by the various precincts.
Caucuses held un the 20th dsy of October,
1892, as hereinbefore staled: that tickets
printed otherwl c with such heading than
showing the caucus delectus for the various
pieciucts, shall be declared Irregular and void.
The numbers and boundaries of tbe various
precincts of said city, that shall govern He
S rlmary election, -hail >c the numbers and
our.daries oi said precincts as the same ap
peared and existed in December 1890
The quaiiflctlon o vote at Kit caucus and
primary election shall be that tbe vottr is a
Democrat: thst he will pledge him-elf to vote
the Democratic municipal ticket at the ensuing
municipal election: that be Is an elector
of the precinct or ward of which be applies to
vote, or would be an elector entitled to vote at
the municipal election to be held ou Decem
ber 5, t892.
'1 he judges. Inspectors snd clerks, are hereby
Instructed to return immediately upon said
primary election, to the secretary of
the said i>cm, emtio city central com
mittee, the polling list containing
the names of the per-ons voting at
tbe said primary e'ectlon, together with the
ballets used at said election, with a certificate
of the number of votes which each delegate
received; the said returns to be enclosed la a
good and substantial envelope.
Done by order of the Democratic city central
committee, this, the 15th day of October, 1892.
THOS. H. KELLKY,
Chairman of the Democratic city central com
J. H. MELVILL,
Secretary of the Democratic city central com
mittee. 10 Hi Id
Regular Republican nominee for
Thirty-seventh Senatorial District,
Election Tuesday, November 8,1892
JOHN C. C LINE,
Regular Republican nominee for
Election Tuesday, November 8,1892.
"pROWBRIDGE H. WARD,
Regular Republican nominee for
Election Tuesday, November 8,1892,
(Present City Auditor,)
Begular Republican nominee for
. Election Tuesday, November 8,1892.
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