NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING TOWNS
Pasadena's Big Columbus Cele
Warring Correspondents at Santa
Ana at it Again.
A Maccabee Entertainment at Pasadena.
No Vine Disease at Santa Ana.
Matter* at Redondo.
Pasadena, Oct. 20.—The celebration
of the 400 th anniversary of the diecovery
of America will be observed in the
Crown of the Valley in a manner fitting
to the greatness of the occasion.
It is only once in a lifetime that one
baa an opportunity to celebrate such an
event, and our citizens mean to make
tbe most of this one.
The committees which have had the
matter in hand have left nothing un
done that could add to the success of
the celebration. .
The exercises of the day will begin at
1-Stl when the procession will form on
Raymond avenue, south of Kansas street,
right resting on Kansas street.
The order ot the pr.cession will be as
C. C. Brown, Maishal.
Aids— Capt. A C. D-ake, W. J. Barcus.J. W.
Banb ry.Thad C Lowe, W. B. Rowland,
Joseph Lasnadra, Arturo Bandi
ni, W. H. Wright and
Drum and Bugle Corps.
Harkham Guards, Co. B, seventh Infantry, N.
John F. Godfrey Post, No. 03, G.A.R,
Phil. Kerney Camp. No. 7, 8. of V.
Wilson Grammar nnd High caool—Prof. J. D.
Graham in command.
"Columbus bef >r« the Q ie- v of Spsin."
Lincoln School-Prof. C. W. Houson In Com
"United states of Amerloa."
Garfield School— Prjf. A. L. Hamilton in Com
Independent Order of odd Fellows—John Rob
bins ln Command
Washington School—Pn>f L G. Brown in Com
Uniformed Rank, Knights of Pythtas—J. A.
Lurch in Command.
Grant School-Prof. W B. Frackelton in Com
Line of March—On Raymond avenue
to Union street; on Union street to Fair
Onks avenue; on Fair Oaks avenue to
Kansas street; On Kansas street to Da-
Lacy street; on DeLacy street to Color
ado street: on Colorado street to Los
Rubles avenue; counter march on Col
orado street to Marengo avenue; on Ma
rengo avenue to tabernacle
The exercises at the tabernacle will
commence immediately upon the arrival
of the procession at 2 o'clock.
The following programme will be car
Musi , band. _ _
Address by the president of the day, Hon. O.
Prayer, Key. J. W. Phelps.
Music, Red, White and Blue, Harmonla Quar
Oration. Prof. C. H. Keyes.
Solo, My Native Land, Prof. 0. W. Kyle.
Add ess, Key K. L C ngir.
Address Hon. L. A. Sheldon.
Address, Judge Waldo M York.
Music, selection, Harm.mi- Quartette.
Address, Key. O. D Crawford.
Address Rev. Wy lys Hall.
A-ldress, Mr. W. U. Masters.
" Music, Americ t, Harinonia Quartette and Au
Benediction, Rev. D. D. Hill.
M u>io, band.
A MACCABEE ENTERTAINMENT.
The Pasadena tent No. 1, Knights of
the Maccabees, will give one of their
popular entertainments Friday evening,
the 28th inst., at the tabernacle. This
was the first tent of this organization to
be established in the state. The mem
bership is increasing in a most satisfac
tory manner. Following is the pro
gramme to be rendered at the coming
Addre>B—Wei omc, J S Millß.
Piano ! vet—Poet and Peasant, (Frank yon
Suppe) Miss Coleman and Mrs. Vail.
Bong—Angel in the Window, (Tour) Miss LII
Banjo sextette—Selected, Misses I. M, Wind
helm, S E <llatt. B Rifenber. ck, Messrs. A.
A. Truce, L. V. Your g-worth, R. W Whom^.
Address-Good of the Order, Hon. F. B. Guth
rie, Los Angeles Tent No 2.
Song—Tha Silent Wor.d is Sleeping, (Dudley
Brck? Mr? Clap.i.
Ztth-rfolo—telected, Mrs. B»verance.
Recitation—Selected, Tom B mes.
Vocal Duet—select ed, Mrs. Clapp and Miss
Ziiheran-l Guitar—Selected, Messrs. A. Rup
pert an i Chas. Durey.
The concert given this evening at the
opera house by Miss Neally Stevens, as
sisted by the Pasadena Dramatic club,
drew one of the largest and most fash
ionable audiences of the season. Miss
Stevens played in her usual excellent
manner, while the comedy, Lend Me
Five Shillings, made a decided hit. A
more extended notice will be given in
The postoffice will be open tomorrow
between the hours of 9 and 10 a.m. and
4 and 6 p.m. only.
The O. A. R. has issued an invitation
for all old soldiers, whether they wore
the blue or the gray to join them in the
parade, on Columbus day.
The athletic club will hold a hand
ball tournament tomorrow forenoon.
Members should be on hand as some
lively report will be witnessed.
A Columbia social will be given at
Thomas hall, tomorrow evening, by the
young ladies of North Pasadena. Re
freshments will be served and a general
good time ie anticipated. A cordial in
vitation is extended to all.
THE CROWN VILLA; centrally located;
newly paper d and furn shed throughout;
lighted by electricity. First class only
COLUMBIA RESTAURANT East Colorado
street Brocway block. Conducted in firsi
class style. Moderate charges.
ELITE BILLIARD H»LL, 14 South Fair
Oaks avenue. Chas. Grimes, proprietor.
D. 8 BASstTT. I adies' and Geuts' Tonsorial
Parlors Lad «-b' hair cm ling, Curling and
shampooing. 5 Fast Colorado street
PASADENA BLACKSMITH SHOP, 48 Broad
way. ■ ;. i era I blacksmithing and woodwork.
Baudlemon & De Hay.
M'DONALD & BROOKS, real estate, loans,
and houses for rev.. Bargifns ln houses and
ranches. 7 East Colorado street.
SAMUEL WEIGHT, 109 East Colorado street,
leal estate. Pemi in claims a specialty. £m
.Kibyment furnished. Help -applied.
ARTHUR H. PALMER, D. D. ti. Dental
room«, Eldridge buildlna, Pasadena.
MERCANTILE LUNCH HOUSE, 32 South
Fa r Oaks avenue. Meals at all hours.
KEYSTONE LUNCH, '22 Honth Fair Oaks ave
nue. Mealß VOOk>d to order at aL hours.
W. 8 FAIRMaN, the pdnler house, rign and
carriage painting, paper hanging, ealsnmiuing
etc., corner Brondway and Kansas street.
OMAHA WAFFLE HOU-<E, 12 South Fair
Oaks avenue. Mealß at all hours. C. L. Berty,
THE BALMORAL, first-class in every depart
ment; rates $'J.riO per day and upward.
HOTEL GHEEN —Electric liuhts, steam heat
ed, hot and cold water, elevator, and all mod
ern imp oveuients.
THE PAINTER HOTEL, Pair Oaks and
Washington; flrsl-class family hotel.
LOS HOU E. corner Colorado
street and Dalai ey avenue; trsn lents, $i and
$1.50 per aay; first-class. P. Kieln, proprietor.
NORTH PABADENA RKHORT. fine wines,
liq 'ors and cigars, ti. R. Brown, proprietor
KHRCK HOFF-CUZNH R Mill and Lumber
Co., corner Broadway and Kansas street.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1892.
Correspondents Who Are at Odds-1.0- |
Santa Ana, Oct. 20—The intelli
gent (?) correspondent of the Los An
geles Times, and San Francisco Exam
iner ie bubbling over with anxiety about
Orange county vineyards. Why, he sent
down a letter to tbe Times in which he
told about infected vineyards in this
county, and after performing this great
mental exertion—for it was great to a
man of his ability—rested awhile. But,
his anxiety that the Times did not cir
culate enough to give the matter wide
spread attention, caused tbe correspond
ent great uneasiness, and 10, and behold,
we find a telegram in the San Francisco
Examiner of a recent date—a special
telegram from Santa Ana—conveying
the startling information that the vine
disease had made its appearance once
more in Orange county. Now this was
startling information. It was a great
scoop, and no newspaper man, unless
it was the correspondent of these papers
would have had enough judgment to
have known it would make such
excellent matters. But the question
that we would like answered is, why is
the correspondent so anxious to spread
thiß report, even admitting that it is
true? Does it help him? Certainly it
does the county no good.
The fact of the matter is, that one
vineyard in all this county, containing
as much as two acres, is thought to be
infested with the vine disease. Tbe cut
tings, from which this vineyard exists,
came from San Jose, and perhaps were
Infected before being planted here. Who
Every other vineyard in this county
is healthy, and the vines are making
a rapid growth and doing well. Tbe vine
industiy of Orange county never looked
more prosperous or promising. Nearly
every winery here ran this eeason for
the first time since the vine disease made
its appearance some years ago. If the
correspondent, that is doing so much to
injure this county, would confine him
self more to facts, and less to the sweep
ing generalities to which he is wont
he might do a little good in the field
wherein he labors.
The Santa Ana correspondent of the
Times rays: "If that frisky newspaper
correspondent who Bends occasional let
ters to tbe Los Angeles Herald from
this place knew that a big head is no
more the evidence of brains than a
paper collar is of a shirt, he would prob
ably take a bint, and hie himself away
to some secluded spot, until at least
after November Bth."
Why, of course, brother, we
don't know the difference re
ferred to, but we do Inow
the difference between the actual state
of politics here and the twaddle that you
are constantly stirring up. Of course,
we don't credit you with having an orig
inal idea; never thought of such a
THE WELLS CASE.
A jury was secured in the Wells' case
yesterday, and the hearing of evidence
was commenced today. The little boy
wbo was assaulted was tbe first witness
called. He ie a bright looking lad, 16
years of age, and small for his years,
and told his story in a straight forward
manner. He testified that on the day
when he was assaulted —the 31st of last
May—he had gone to plow in an eight
acre lot with his brother, who is younger
than himself. Hie stepfather, Wells,
had given him a balky broncho horse to
plow with, and while fooling with the
mustang to try and get him to pull, he
lost a pin out of the plow. The un
natural stepfather came along, and when
he learned that tbe boy bad lost the pin
he said, "G—d d—n your soul, get to
h—l out of here, and go home!" The
boy started to go, and when about 10
feet off, Wells picked up a large stone
and throwing it struck the boy a terri
ble blow on the shoulder. The injury
was such tbat the wound has since been
opentd and 62 pieces of bone have been
taken out of the shoulder. The boy has
never been able to do anything since,
and will probably be a cripple for life.
He was. rigidly cross-examined, but his
evidence was not broken down.
Fred B. Sparks, a younger brother of
the lad assaulted, testified substantially
the same as hie brother.
Mrs. Manriquez was sworn and gave
testim;ny for the prosecution. The
case was continued until Saturday morn
ing at 10 a. m.
M. A. Foster, Judge Bacon and Dr.
Roan, of Capißtrano, are in town.
S Business will be generally suspended
tomorrow, white all will unite in cele
brating the discovery of America.
Miss Edith Connel has returned to
Pasadena, after a visit with relatives and
friends here |
Pumpkins are selling here for $2.50
Hon. Stephen Bowers will address the
Populites in this city Saturday night.
A pleasant reception wae tendered
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Galloway last night,
at their residence in this city, a large
number of friends being present.
The Jefferson club will give an enter
tainment Saturday in G. A. R. hail, at
which the following programme will be
Oration, Robert. Watt.
Music, K. H. Kubottom.
Voral solo, Miss Some Cook.
Oration, Allen Marks.
Music, oy quartette.
Declamation, Ray Inslev-
Declamation MUs Bheldon.
W. T. Clark's team ran away today,
demolishing the wagon and badly injur
ing one of the horses.
Work on the irrigating system for the
San Joaquin ranch is progressing rap
idly. Eighteen men are at work on the
A thousand pounds of smelt were
shipped from this city today.
The Santa Ana Democratic club met
tonight and made arrangements to give
Stephen M White a rousing reception
next Monday evening.
J. H. Collins delivered a Prohibition
speech before a large audience here last
A mute Recovers Speech
Alphonce Hemphling, of Summit township,
Butler county. Perm., made an affidavit that bis
,'Wclve-year-old son. wbo had had St. Vitus
Dance for twelve tears, lost bis speech, was
complete!; cured af er using three bottles of
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, and also re
covered his speech Thousands testify to won
derful cures from using it lor nervous diseases,
dyspepsia.n rv usdebtlitv, dullness, confusion
oi mlud, headache, etc. Four doses of this
Nervine cured Mrs W. E Burns, South Bend,
Ind., who had been suffering with constant
headache for three months. Trial bottle and
elegant book free ate. H. Hance.
Oar Home Brew.
MiOer & Zobeleln's Lager, fresh from the
brewery, on draught ln ail the principal sa
loons, delivered promptly in bo ties or
Office and Brewery, 444 Aliso St. Telephone 91
Conpe No. 4, Hack No. S3.
Stand corner Second and Spring streets from
ti p.m. 10 6 a.m. Telephone 273. Rates, 25c
per mile, one person, $1 per hou Bargains
can be made N. Kipp
Oar Prominent Physicians Recommend
John Wleland's and Fredericksburg Beer,
Both uneqnaled for quaUty, strength and parity
< olnmbns Day to Be Fittingly Observed.
To thee. Columbus,what a debt we owe!
Thou solved the problem of thy race's woe:
Gave homes and freedom to the patriot brave,
Whom o d-world tyrants gladly would enslave;
Gave te expatiiate man a virgin soli
Whose bounteous fruits reward the hand of
Raised his moral nature, widened his domain-
Made him bold in striving to reach a higher
To rea-h a nobler standard, a loftier height of
To set « godlike staturt as the model of man
[J. J. Ayers, in Los Angeles Hirald.]
Pomona, Oct. 20.—Tomorrow will be
Columbus day, the fourth centennial of
the discovery of America, and the prep
aration for a grand celebration in Pomo
na are now complete.
Beside the flag raising and patriotic
addresses and exercises, which are to
take up the morning's time at the dif
ferent schools as noted in yesterday's
Herald, a most attractive programme
has been arranged.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Graber and Mr.
ard Mrs. R. F. House went into Loa An
geles yesterday morning.
Dr. Reed, of Denver, Col., arrived in
Pomona today. Mention of Dr. Reed's
departure for Southern California to
make Pomona hie home, was made in
H. C. Dillon, the Democratic and Peo
ple's party candidate for district attor
ney, made and excellent address here
FIBBT NATIONAL BANK of Pomona, C.
Beaver, president; Stoddard Jess, cashier. Capi
tal paid up, $10J,00O; a general banking busi
C. C. ZILLKS & CO., manufacturing jewelers,
OLD PAPERS for sale at Trb Hebald office.
ADVERTISE ln the columns of The Herald.
A Fishing- Bee on Monday—Marino
Redondo, Oct. 20. —Ample prepara
tions are completed to accommodate at
least 600 fishers on the fishing bee occa
sion, next Sunday, October 23d. A
large number of prizes are contributed
by leading houses in Lob Angeles for the
best catch of the different varieties of
fish obtained in these waters.
Tbe steamer Casper, Captain Anfin
son, arrived in port this morning, with
a cargo of ties, consigned to the Wil
lamette Lumber company, Redondo.
Steamship Corona, Captain Hall, came
alongside at 12:30 p.m. from the south,
landing one horse from San Diego. She
proceeded north at 3 p.m., shipping
from Redondo 170 tons merchandise and
grain, and 29 passengers for San Fran
Schooner La Gironde, Captain Lun
wall, ie discharged of cargo, and will
clear this evening for Gray's harbor in
Arrivals at the Redonda are H. Nols
and wife, E. S. Talbot, W. A. Phillip,
Katherine Thornton, San Francisco; H.
C. Dillon, S. V. Thompson, Wm. L.
Levy, Los Angeles; W. H. Wright,
Compton; Geo. J. Ainsworth, city; H.
P. Tallwan, D. D., London, Eng.; Lv
Grows .Sfflßfci Slops
Hair rvWx Falling
Bald MviPffl Makes
Heads. fisMLIL The
Aud gfflEoflffflMt And
Strength rfyffi Glossy.
Contains /liaWMtSSsmA Crows
Or WjvLMiffH Will
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Vegetable / '? fk v« Ii t Delicate
Compound. f Wvmll || Fabric.
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Dandruff. . % f wßgfl I 1 Nature's
Soothes, (if mWm if i\ Own
Cools *\ mm- W J 1 Remedy
Aud ' 1111 * * m For
Steps (Trade Marl: Registered.) All
Itching » T » jrs Humors.
of HA X Is
The 11JT.I1V Kree
hr BBQWEB 3
Sold by Druggists, fl; six,ss. Worth $5 a bottle
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY THE
Skookum Root Hair Grower Co,
530 South Spring Street,
Will open their new undertaking parlors
about October 25th.
MANN'S ROME QUITTER
a Will cut Dry or Green
Bones, Meat, Gristle and aIL
Green Cut BONES will
double the number of
—will make them more fer
tile—will carry the hens
safely through the molting
period and put them in
condition to lay when ergs
command the highest price
and will dovelopc your
faster than, any
Feed Green Bones and
use Crcosozone to kill
the lice, and you will make
f) fitly per cent more profit.
Scud for Catalogue and
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THE GEfITLEMANo FHOQ» A, ' t °J^
. Our PBBFECTION STRINGS free with every boula.
U CLEAN. Dixt not BTAIN. PRKVENT3 STKICTI.KB.
Cures (.OKORKHffiA end GI.FET in On to i'ouu liars.
A QUICK fnr bIOOOBBBOU or WHITHS.
SoMtwall nnirnoisrs. fimttoar.r AddNMifbr JI r,n
UALYUOK MAXIiI'AC'IIJRINU CO.. LANCASTtfIt. oino
H. N Bile A Ron, agents. 20 8. Main st.
PEOPLE*! PARTY NOMINEES.
PEOPLE'S PARTY NOMINEE
FOR COUNCILMAN FIFTH WARD.
10-20 3r—lo 26 end td
egular Republican nominee for
Election Tuesday, November S, 1892.
NO FUSEL OIL
It la * remedy, a tonlo and not a bever
age. It stimulate" the circulation, tonri
up the life, purines Ihe blood, gives
brightness and health to women, strength
to men, and Is being endorsed by ph nl
tdm Bnnd the mure advnno-d thinkers,
ltiathebxst remedy f..r I'NEUMONIA.
Bear In mind thai Unify* Pure .Hull has
grown In popularity for yearn, that It Is
acknowledged as the only pureremxdy
of Its kind ou the mat k«t, that It contains
no fusel oil, and th ,t It Invariably bene
fit* all who intelligently use It. G.t It
from your druggist or grocer. S«nd for
TUB DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO.,
Rochester, N. Y.
IIEADQU A RTBRB DEMOCRATIC )
cocntt Committer, >
October 20, 1892. )
The following meetings are sriangtd to take
place at the precincts named iv Los Angeles
count}, on the dates named, and to be addressed
by the following speakers:
Friday, October 31st, San Pedro,—
County candidates and T. E. Sibbon and M. E
Saturday, October 33d, Ranchlto. —J. de
Barth Shorb and A. Orflla.
Saturday, October 33d, Wilmington.—
County candidates and Geo. W. Merrill and
Monday, October 24th, Santa Monica.—
County candidates and J. J. Ayers and Clar
ence A. Miller,
Tuesday, October 25th, Kedondo.—
County candidates and Abbot Kinney and
Wm. S. Creiwhton.
Wednesday, October 26th, Soldiers'
Home.—County candidates and Enoch Knight
and W. A. Byan.
Thnrsday, October 37th, Glendale,—
C. F. Harris and A. L. Selig.
Thnrsday, October 37th, Glendorn.—
Hon. H. B. Westerman and H. D. Cassidy.
Friday, October 28th, Ban Fernando.—
County candidates and Judge Guthrie, A. L.
Sellg and Richard Dunnigan.
Friday, October 28th, Compton.—W. A,
Ryan and J. A. Ardis.
Friday, October 38th, La Manda Park.—
Abbot Kinney and J. VV*. Mitchell.
Saturday, October 39th, Puente.—Judge
J. R. Dupuy and Frank James.
Saturday, October 39th, Newhall.—
M. L. Graff and A L Selig.
Saturday, October 39th, Rivera.—Judge
F. B. Guthrie and J. A. Ardis,
Saturday, October 39th, San Pedro.—
W. A. Ryan an.*. P. J. Bolan.
Monday, October 31st,Calabasas.—Frank
James and J. A. Ardis.
Monday, October 31st, Lancaster.—
County cauoiaates and J. A. Ardis and J. Sim
Wednesday, November 3d, Pomona.—
W. A. Ryan aud J. W. Mitchell.
Wednesday, November 2d, Lordsburg.
—W. A. Harris and H D. Cassidy.
Thursday, November 3d, Bpadra.—J. A.
Ardis and other speakers.
Thursday November 3d, Wilmington.
—Judge F. B. Guthrie and J. Marlon Brocks.
Thursday, November 3d, Pasadena. —T.
L. Skinner and T B. Gibbon,
Friday, November 4th, Downey.—Hon.
W. B Westerman and Judge F. B Guthrie.
Friday, November lib, Whlttier.—R. 1.
Adiock and Judge J. R Dupuy.
Friday, November 4th, Banta Monica.—
Judge Enoch Knight and John VV. Mitchell.
Friday, November 4th, El Monte.—T. L.
Skinner and A. L. Selig.
Friday, November 4th, Redondo.—W. A.
Ryan and W. R. Burke.
Friday, October 21st, 7:30 p. m , Ninth
Ward.—At Korbel s hall. Speakers, Col. J. P.
Rogers, Frank G. Finlayson and others.
Monday, October 84th, Fourth and Fifth
Wards —Joint meeting at Washington Gar
dens. Gen. John R. Mathews, Jas. C. Kays and
Monday, Ootober 24th, 7:30 p. m„ First
Ward.—At Hayden's had. Frank G. Finlay
son, W. A. Ryan and others.
Thursday, October 37th, 7:30 p. m.,
Third Ward.—At South Spring street.
Gen. John R. Mathews, M. P. Snyder and
Friday, October 88th, at 7:30 p. in ,
Second Ward.—At 681 Upper Main street.
Gen. John R. Mathews, M. P. Snyder, and
Monday, October 31st, 7:30 p. m ,
Eigh h Ward.- it Lambourne and Turner's
hall. Frank G. Finlayson, Isadore B. Dock
weller and others.
Tuesday, November Ist, 7:30 p. in., Sev
enth Wai d. -At Opera-house hall. Gen. John
B. Mathews, Jai. C. Kays, F. G. Finlayson and
Saturday, November sth.—Grand mass
meeting of the city and county Democ acy at
Hazard's pavilion. Chairmen of the evening,
vice presidents and speakers will be announced
By order Democratic County Central Com
mittee. C. F. A. LAST,
HENRY P. WILSON, Chairman.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
annual meeting of tbe s.ockholders of the
Mexico Mining and Development Company
(a corporation) will be held at 10 o'clock a. m.
on.Tuesday, November 1, 1892, at the i fflce
of the company, Bryson-Bonebrake building,
corner Spring and Second streets, ia the city
and couuiy of L• s Angeles, California, for the
purpose of electing directors to serve for the
ensuing year and the transaction of such other
business as may come before the meeting
10-21 lit G. HOLTERHOFF, Jr., Secretary.
DR. WONG HIM.
Chinese Physician and Surgeon, has resided ln
Loa Angeles seventeen (17) years. His reputa
tion as a thorough physician has been fully es
tablished and appreciated by many. Hlslarve
practice is sufficient proof of his ability and
The doctor graduated In the foremost colj
leges, also practiced in the largest hospitals o
Canton, China. The doctor speaks Spanish
OFFICE: New nnmber, 639: old number,
117 Upper Main street. P. O. box f«4, Sta
tion C. 12-17 tl
J DE BARTH SHORB,
for county treasurer.
jjknby~"b. belt. i
FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR ■
JJ C. DILLON,
DEMOCRATIC AND PEOPLE'S PARTY
jQR. B. C. GUIBADO,
J£ L. BIEWEKE,
IUH p. BICHABDSON,
Q.ROVE B. BARTHOLOMEW,
DEMOCRATIC AND PEOPLE'S PABTY
FOR SUPERVISOR FIFTH EI3TRICT.
FOB BUPEB VISOR SECOND DISTRICT.
QENERAL JOHN R. MATHEWS,
FOB STATE SENATOR,
Thirty-seventh Benator'al District,
jjj P. SNYDEB,
Beventy-flfth Assetrbly District.
JpRANK G. FINLAYSON,
Seventy-third Assembly District.
Tyj ARTIN C. MARcH. ~
* FOB COUNTY CLERK.
QOL. E. E. HEWITT,
FOB COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR.
jp B. COLVEB, .
Regular Republican nominee for
Election Tuesday. November 8,1892.
Regular Republican nominee for
(Second SupervUorlal District).
Election Tuesday, November 8.1892,
N. BULLA, ' '■
Bepublican nominee for
ASSEMBLYMAN, 79TH DISTRICT,
Election, November 8,1892.
Regular Bepublican nominee for
Election Tuesday, November 8, it»»a.
HIADO.UAB.TKHR DEMOCRATIC CITY CENTRAL)
Commit m, I
Los A mik kh, cal., October 15, 1892 >
In accordance with a lerolulion passed by
the faid committee on the 10th day of October,
lewa, a Democratic city Convention Is h.reby
called to meet at T uruveteln ha 1 ln the city
ol Log A ii veil s, on 1 uesday,October 26th, 1892,
a 10 o'clock a. m , lor the purpose ot nominat
ing a full and complete municipal ticket to be
voted for at the coming municipal election, to
be held in Ihe city of Log Angeles on the sth
day of December, 1892.
•i he following Is t ie apportionment of dele
gates to the various pr< oncts, the nameg of
Judges, Inspectors and clerks, and places of
meeting for be Democratic voters of the var
loug wards and precincts of said city:
~, . , Precincts. Delegates.
Ward 1 1 tj
'' } 2 8
\ a 6
'1 4 5
Inspector, A. Oundlach.
Judge, t!. M. Hayden.
Clerk, Joseph Mesmer.
P 1 Ingll.ee: Office J. K. Yoakum, corner
Downey aveuue and Truman streets,
■ , . J 1 Precincts. Delegates.
Ward 2 1,9 \
■' g 40 4
" 2 41 8
" 2 42. 5
" 2 43 5
" 2 44 4
" 2 45 6
" 2 46 7
" 2 47 4
Inspecioi, Tbos. McCaffrey,
Judge, John Neury.
Clerk, Wm Mead.
Polling place Northeast corner of Buena
Vista and 'temple streets.
Wards .-3 7
" 8 38 »
" 8 34 4
" 3 35 5
" 3 3fl 5
" 3 37 4
" 3 . 38 5
Inspector. J. H. Crawford.
Judge, T. F. Don hue.
Clerk. N. C. Bledsoe
Polling place: 006 South Spring street.
Ward 4 2S 6
" 4 20 8
" 4 30 •
" 4 31 6
Inspector, X M Davidson.
Judge, I). Ho illcr
Clerk, M. L P..rcclls.
Polling place: Ninth-street engine house.
WardS 26 4
• 5 27 6
Inspector. Fred Harkness.
Juane. John Osboru.
Clerk. Jos. F Nuelle
Polling place: At Washington gardens.
Word 6 23 8
" 6 24 4
" 6 25 6
Inspecor, Wm. Fitzgerald.
Judge, J L. Van aver;.
Clerk, Ed - niiili.
Polling place: Northeast corner Main an*
Ward 7 17 5
'• 7 18 8
" 7 19 4
'• 7 20 S
" 7 21 6
•' 7 22 6
Inspector, T. J. Cuddy.
Judge, J bn J. O'Brien.
Clerk, Kobert Rudolph.
Polling place: Miutn west corner of Fifth and
Ward 8 8 5
"8 9 0
" 8 10 S
" 8 11 4
" 8 12 S
" 8 13 4
" 8 14 5
•• 8 15 3
•• 8 16 4
Inspector, R. E Lee.
Judge, W. H Buebler.
Oler-, C. B. Curoian.
Polling p ace: s-.rtheast corner of Turner
and AUmtda stree's.
Ward 9 6 7
" 9... 6 •
9 7 4
Inspector, Harry L. White.
Judge, J P. Rogeis.
Cl-rk, D. W. Hudson.
Poll ng place: Engine bouse, near cornerof
Boyle avenue and cast Second street.
In accotdar.ee with the resolutions of the
Democratic City Central commlpec, the Dem
ocratic electors of the various precincts ol tha
city of Los Angi leß "ill assemble at some suit
able place, to b> designated b a published no
tice by ihe member of the City Cmlral com
mit'ee oi the said pr>clnct. catling; gaid electors
to.ether lor big said prec net, on Thursday, tha
2< Hi day of' clober. ii-!lj. at 7:3 p m. At
said meeting, which shall close "t 8:30 p. m.,
tbe said member 01 the «■ id City Central com
mittee!* i-hali preside, and some suitable person
gball be el etc) by >»in electors, secretary of
said meeting, who shall take down Ihe names
and residences of all po'rons Voting a« said
caucus ptimary mectir p, an ! shall c rtlfy the
nines ot the delegati s tfcu el> ci«d to the sco
re ary ol the Demociatlu cuy Central commit
tee, who s'oall have tickets prepared wl h tha
names of said deleg-tes, ihns elected, printed
on I be regu a< t cket for each ward.
It is further ord> red, that a t rlmsry election
be held on -<aiurdry October 22,189 ', b tween
the hours of 2p. m end 6p. m .to elect dele
gates to tbe Democratic city contention as
'i hat the tiekeia 10 be used st s id primary
, elect on shal be printed "Regular Caucus
Democratic Ticket," wlih the names of tha
delegates selected by the various precincts.
Caucuses held un the 2oth day of October,
1892, as hereinbefore stated: that tickets
print',i ntherwi c with such heading than
showing the caucus delegates for the various
precincts, sh«U be declared irregular and void.
The numbers and boundaries of tbe various
precmcta of said cny, that shall g've, utfe
Ei iirnr. election, shall *c the numbers and
OU' ds.ries of said precincts as the same ap
peared and existed in December 1890
The quadflc-tlon to vote at ■■•ii caucus aud
primary election shall be tbat the votir is a
Derm eta : that he will pledge him-elf to vote
the Democratic municipal ticket at tbet usutng
municipal electio : that be is an elector
of the precinct or ward of which he apnlle* to
vote, or would be an elector entitled to vote at
the municipal election to be held on Decem
bers, iBt>2. •
1 he judges, lngpectors and clerks, are hereby
Instructed to relurn immediately upon said
primary election, to the secretary of
the said Democratic city central com
mit cc, the poling list containing
the names of the per-ons voting at
tbe said primary election, together with tha
ballots used at said election, with a certificate
of tbe number of votes which each delegate
received: the raid returns to be enclosed in a
good and sub-tantlal envelop.'.
Done by order of the Democratic city central
committee, tuls, the 15th day of Octob. r, 1892.
THO!!. H KELLKY,
Chairman of the Democratic city central com
J. H. MELVILL,
Secretary of the Democratic ci y central com
mit'ce. 10 16 td
Regular Republican nominee for
Thirty-seventh Senatorial District,
Election Tuesday, November 8, 1892
JOHN C. CLINE,
Regular Republican nominee for
Election Tuesday, November 8,1892.
rpROWBRIDGE H. WARD,
Regular Republican nominee for
Election Tuesi'ay, November 8,1892.
jj! RANK E. LOPEZ,
(Present City Auditor,)
Regular Republican nominee for
Election Tuesday, November 8,1892.
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