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HER FELLOW PASSENGERS STARED. But the Huge Bug Crawling on Her Shoulder Waa a Pet One, Securely Tied. A fair haired girl of eighteen, with large blue eyes and a singularly attract ive face, furnished a heap of entertain ment for the passengers who were riding down town in a crowded car on the Bixth avenue elevated train Thursday morning. The jrirl boarded the train at the Twenty-eighth street station at D 'o'clock. She wore a gown of some plaid stuff in neat pattern. The waist was cut low at tho neck and held up at the shoulders by small silk straps. It was filled in about the throat with puffs Of snowy tulle that fitted tight around the neck. A neat leather satchel slung over her left shoulder with a strap com pleted her signtly attire. She had scarce ly stepped into the car when a gentle man caught sight of her pretty face, and rose instantly and with a low bow sur rendered his seat on one of the cross benches. Five minutes later everybody in the car was watching the girl with absorbed in terest. It wasn't on account of her win some face either. A large Brazilian bug, with a brilliant shell, that crawled slowly along the surface of the tulle puffing at her throat, had caught their eyes. Passengers near by quickly de tected that tha bug was fastened to the waist of her gown by a tiny gold chain. The bug climbed several times over the top of the puffing upon tho girl's white neck. The tickling caused by its feet apprised her of the fact, and each time she tenderly lifted the insect up and re placed it upon the tulle. She saw the passengers staring at fler in astonish ment, but paid no attention to their scrutiny. When the train reached Eighth street an elderly woman got on and sat down in a seat directly opposite the handsome girl. She caught sight of the Brazilian bug a minute or two later. It startled her so that she started up from her seat. Then, she stared around at the other pas sengers for a minute with a dazed look, Finally, unable longer to control her agitation, she got up, crossed the car and put her lips to the ear of the self possessed girl. "Excuse, me, miss," she exclaimed in an agitated whisper, "but you have a queer fly crawling on your dress." Many of the passeugers roared out right at the announcement, and the old lady blushed and sank back into her seat in confusion. The handsome giri smiled sweetly and looked at the old lady with quiet nonchalance. "Don't get nervous, madam," she said. "I know the bug is there. It can't get away;" and she caught it up aud let the tiny gold chain and manacles dangle an instant to show that the insect was a prisoner. A well dressed man who had been gazing at the girl for a long tir.7e turned to a reporter who sat beside him and said: "That's a common enough fad in India, where young women have a fancy for fastening pet Brazilian hups to their dresses, but it is the first time 1 ever saw the odd fashion copied in this city, at least in public. It's a mere Vrhim, and it might become a craze. Yov. can't tell about such things, you know." The pretty girl got off at the Battory place station, and tripping lightly down stairs to the street strolled through Battery park. Pedestrians stepped and turned about and stared after her, bnt no one spoke to her and she spoke to no one. Her bearing was ladylike, but she often smiled slightly at the surprise of those who passed her.—New York Sun. The Young Ideas. The following are some ansv.'ers from the examination papers of a class of schoolgirls between the ages of twelve and sixteen years: Lawn is a soft stuff made from the wool of the lawn, an animal in South America. It is also part of the flesh of the cow or sheep, tliß rib part. Shoddy is a drink made from a mixture of alo and sugar. It is the leather before it goes through the process of making into bopt3 and shoes, and for this reason is called shoddy. It is the flesh near the foot of any animal. It is a kind of whisky. Wincey vool off an animal which lives in America; the lamen is its name. Calico is a good heat conductor, because it catches fire very easily. If a print dress is dried outside it must be careful not to be left in the sun. Calendered means turned from one kind of species into another. It is things which are the shaptfof a calender, like our bodies. It means preserved with sugar. It m-iaiiß taking the dirt out of water. It means increased or getting heavier. It is a medicine or drug. It is boiling anything by means of steam. It means chewing the food well to make it fit to ente* the body. It means the sum of a whole for a certain period of time. —London Journal of Education. The Sport of Fortune. Inventors are proverbially the sport of fortune. A poor fellow of this class named Jobson was once a boarder in a house on Washington place, New York. He had invented a lot of clever things which were of no use to anybody, and he was very hard up. The landlady was a kindly soul and she did not press him for a long time, but at last his debt was so large and his hope of paying it so small that he vanished from 'be house. Two months later, in the middle of win ter, the man reappeared and begged shelter for' the night. In* his old room he committed suicide. At that very moment an advertisement appeared in a paper calling on Jobson by name to go west and claim his share of a relative's great fortune.—Exchange. A New Trick. 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Ladles wbo wish to economize in their footwear are finding this out. Caution.—W.L. Douglas'name and the price I* stamped on the bottom of each shoe; look for it when you buy. Bewareof dealers attempting to sub stitute other makes for them. Such substitutions are fraudulent and subject to prosecution by law for ob taining money under false pretences, w. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. Sold by L_. W. GODIN, lc4 North Spring Street ASSIGNEES SALE. PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE Su perior court of Los Angeles county, state of California, in the natter of E. 0. Glidden, an insolvent debtor, notice is hereby given that on Fridey, the 2rith day of October, 1892, at 10 o'clock a. m. of that day, at the auction rooms of Thos. B. Clark, No. 232 West First street, in the city of Los Angeles, I. the under signed assignee of the estate of said insolvent, will sell at public auction to tbe highest bid der, for cash in U. S. sold coin, all the real and personal property belonging to the estate of said insolvent, which is vested In me as such assignee, of which the following is a destrip tlon, to-wit: PERSONAL PROPERTY, Eight second-band sewing machines. REAL PROPERTY, First: The north half of east, half <E«> of farm lot No. 95, acctraing to a mac of the American Colony tract, now on record In the office of the county recorder of Los Angeles county, in book 19, pages 89 and 90 of miscel laneous records: said tract if land herein ae scribed containing five acres more or less, and being part of the Rancho Los Cerritos. Sub ject to a mortgage to Mary A. Glidden, datei July 30,1888, and r» corded in Vol. 181, page 304 of mortgages, records of Los Angeles coun ty; said mortgage also includes lot 18, block 2, of the Pioneer building Lot Association tract, in Fast Los Angeles, and was piven by Jr. C. Glid'en to Mary A Glidden, to secure a prom l»sory note for two thousand dollars, dated July 30,1888, payable on or before three years after daie with interest at ten per cent per an num. payable annually. Second: All the right, title and interest of E. G. Glidden, the a on said insolvent. In and to lot 18. block 2, ot the Pionetr Building Lot association tract, of East Los Anseles. accord ing to the map thereof, recorded in book 2, Eagcs 70 aud 71 of milc»llaneous records ol os Angeles county Subject lo the following Incumbrances, to wit: A mortgage to Mary A. Glidden. dated July 30,1888, and referred to above, a mortgage to S. 8. Chaffee, dated March 25, 1891, and recorded in the office of the county recorder of Los Angeles county, In vol. 296, page 19 of mortgages; ssid mortgage also in cludes lot 1, in block 2, of said Pioneer Build ing Lot association tract, and was given by E. C. G'.idden and Adele Maillot to said Chaffee to secure a promissory note for $1500 dated March 25,1891, payable January 1,1893, with interest at 13 per cent per annum, payable quarterly. Said lot 18, block 2, of the Pioneer Building Lot association tract, is also snbject to the rights of Mrs, Adele Maillot, acquired by vir tue of a deed from said E. C. Glidden to her, dated August 23, 1884, and recorded on the 15th day of June 1892, in vol. 790, page 226. of deed*, records oi Los Angeleß county; the same being a grant, bargain and sale deed and puiportlug to convey said last mentioned lot. Dated Oct. 20,1892. G. A. DOBINBON, Assignee of the estate of E. C. Glidden, an In solvent. 10 22 5t CERTIFICATE OP PARTNERSHIP I CERTIFY THAT I CONSTITUTE THE partnership, and am transacting the un dermentioned business in the city of Los An geles, In this 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. L HOOPER-INGLEDEW, Los Aufie.es, California. State of California, I County of Los Angeles, i On this 12th day of October, In the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two, be fore me, Jo c G. Kstudlllo, a notary public in and for the county of Los Angeles personally appeared F. I. Hooper-lngledew. known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to and » ho executed tbe within instrument, and he acknowledged to me that he executed the same. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my offi 'lal seal at mv office in the county of Los Angeles, the day and year in this certificate first above written. [SEAL] JOsE G. EBTUDILLO, Notary Public. Endorsed: Los Angeles county, California. Filed October 12, 1892. T. H. WARD, Clerk. By A. A. Bayi.ey, Depuiy. 10-13 28t STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE annual meeting of the stockholders 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 < ffice of the company, Bryson-Bonebrake building, corner Spring and Second streets, in the city and county of Los Angeleß, California, for the purpose of electing directors to serve for the ensuing year and the transaction of sucn other business as may come before the meeting 10-21 lit G. HOLTERHOFF, Jr., Secretary. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA RAILWAY COM pany—The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Southern California Railway company will be held at the office of the com- Sany, in the city of Los Angeles, on Thursday ovember 3,1892, at 11 o'clock a. m., to elect a board of directors for the ensuing yt ar and to transact such other business as may properly come before the meeting. FRANK H. vAT tee, Assistant secretary. Los Angeles, CsL.Oct. 18,1892. 16t LOS ANGELES HEBALD TUESDAY MOKNING, OCTOBER 25, 1892. Notice of Guardian's Sale of Real Estate. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN PUB snance of an order of the Snperlor Conrt of the County of Los Angeies, Stale of Califor nia, made on the 14th day of October, 1892, in the matter of tbe estatesof and guardianshipo( Albert A. Benton, Joi-lah H. Benton, Mabel H Benton, Harriet O. Benton, Edwin M. Benton, Flora J. Benton and Hnrlbert J. Benton. Hie undersigned, the guardian of the persons and estates ol said minors, will sell at private tale, to the highest bidder for cash in gold coin of tbe United States, and subject to con firmation by said snpeiior court, on or after Tuesday, the Ist day of November 1892, at ihe office of Charles Van Valkenburg, No. 138 South sprit g street, in tbe city of and county of Los Angeles, state of Cal ifornia, where offers or bids will be received, all the rlgbt. title and interest that the said min ors have in and to all those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate, lylus and being in the city of and county of Los Angeles, state of California, and described as follows, to wit: First—The uudlvided one-sixth (1-6) interest in lot 17 of the Arlington tract, aocording to map of said tract recorded In book 9 page 14, of miscellaneous records of Los Angeles coun ty, situate la the city of Los Angeles. Second—An undivided one-half (W) interest in lot 5, in block N of the town of Garvanza, Los Angeles county, according to the map re corded in book 9. pages 45 and 46 of miscella neous records of ssid county. Third—Also undivided one-half interest of lot 19 of block H of the Bonnie Brae tract, as per may thereof, recorded in book 9, page 85, miscellaneous records ot said county, being in the city and county aforesaid. Fourth—Also undivided V interest of lotsl 2, 3, 4,5. 6. 7, 8,9, 10, In block No. 9, of the New York tract, according to a map recorded in book 19, at pages 85 et seq., miscella neous records of said Los Angeles county. Terms and conditions of sale: Cash gold coin of the United states; ten per cent of the pur chase money to be paid on the acceptance of offer or bid, the balance on confirmation of sale by said superior court. Deed at expense of purch Ber October 15,1892 FRANCES M. BENTON, Guardian of the persons and estates of said minors. 10-16 2w__ NOTICE OP FOREpLOSURE SALE. SECURITY SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST Company, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. Thom as Meredith, John Wilde and J. F. Brossart, defendants Sheriff's sale—No. . 18,290. Order cf sale and decree of foreclosure and sale. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, issued out of the Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles, of the State of California, on the 6th day of October, A. D. 1892, in the above entitled action, where in Security Savings Bank and Trust Company, a corporation, the above named plaintiff, ob tained a judgment and decree of foreclosure , and sale against Thomas Meredith et al., de fendants, on the 6th day of October, A. D. 1892, for the sum of $10,462.53 dollars, gold coin of the United States, which said decree was, on the 6th day of October, A. D. 1892, recorded in judgment book 39 of said Court, at page 24,1 am commanded to sell in one par cel all those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate, lyiup and being in the county of Los Angeles, State of California, and bounded and described as follows: Ist. Lots four 14), five (5), six (6>, seven (7), to eighteen (18), inclusive, of block three (8); all of block fourteen (14), less lots eleven (11). and twelve (12): all of block two (2), less lot three (3); all of lot fifteen (15), less lots three (3), four (4), five (5), six (6); all of block six teen (16); the south one-half (SH) of block one (1); blocks thirty-five (35), thirty-six (36), thirty seven (37), thirty-eiaht (88), forty-tnree (43), and forty-four (44), all in tbe Le Mar's ad dition lo the town of A lost a, as per map of said Le Mar'a addition recorded in book 16, pages 75 and 76 ot Miscellaneous records of Los An i»-eles county, in Ihe county recorder's office. Also ten (10) acres of land, described as fol lows: The northeast one-fourth (N. E y t ) of the northeast one-fourth (N. E. U) of the southwest one-fourth (S. W. %) of section 29, township 1 N.. R9 W. 2d. Lots seven (7), eight (8), nine (9), ten (10), eleven (11) and twelve (12), of block I, of M. D. Painter's subdivision, recorded in book 18. tage 26, miscellaneous records of Los An geles county, California, being the north 53 acres of block "Q" of the subdivided lands of J. H. Painter and B. F. Ball, as recorded in book 4, p*ge 549, miscellaneous records of Los Angeleß county, California. 3d. The undivided one-heli interest in the following described property, lying and being in th c city and coui-ty ol Los Angeleß, Califor nia, and bounded and particularly described as followt, via: Buundedon tbe east by Upper Main street and having a front of twenty-one and one-half yards; on the north by an alley way, and being twenty-nine yards in depth: on the south by the property formerly belonging io Saint Ange and being twenty-nlLe yarns in depth, and on the west by the property of Sabichi and being twenty-one and one-half yards front, and being the same land heretofore conveyed by deed of date May 4, 1853, by Ygnacfo Dei Valle to Honoralo Penelon and Adrian Davoust, and recoided In recorder's office of Los Angeles county, in book No. 1 of deeds, page 377. To which reference is had. The alley way above mentioned is now called Bellevue avenue. 4th. Also, the following described personal property: Certificate No. 15, dated February 19, 1890, calling for 396% shares of the capital stock of the Alo>ta Water and Development company, standing upon the books of said com pany in the name or the defendant Thomas Meredith, issued by said Alosta Water and De velopment company. Together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging, or in any wise appertaining. Public notice 1b hereby given that, on Wednes day, the 2d day of November, A. D. 1892, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, In front of the Court house door of the County of Los Augeles, I will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above described property, to satisfy Baid judgment, with interest and costs, etc., to the higheßt and best bidder, for cash, gold coin of the v. 8. Dated this lith day of Octob?r, 1892. E. D. GIBSON, Sheriff of Los Angeles County. By F. C. Hannon, Deputy Sheriff. Graves. Omilvbny and Shanklasp, Atty's for plaintiff. 10-11 tn 4t Notice of Sale of Real Estate Under Execution! Sheriff's sale, No. 17,265. A Caldwell, plaintiff, vs. James C. Fanning, defendant. By virtue of writ oi posßeßelon issued out of the Superior Court of the county of Los Angeles, State of California, wherein A. Caldwell was plaintiff, and James C Fanning was de fendant, upon a judgment rendered the 30th day of September, A. D. 1892, for the sum of $•25.15 for costs, in lawful money of the United States, besides costs and interest, I have this day levied upon all the right, title, claim and interest of said defendant, James C. Fanning of, in and to the fallowing described real estate, situate in the county of Lob Angeles State of California, and bounded and described hs follows! Lot one (1) of the J. J. Bullisjltract according to the map recorded in book 3, pages 612 ana 613, miscellaneous records of.said county of Los Angeles. ►übllc notice 1b hereby giyen that I will, on Thursday, the 10th day of November, A. D. 1892, at 12 o'clock M. of that day, in front of the court house door of the county of Lob An f-eles, Broadway entrance, sell at public auction, or cash, lawful money of the United States, all the right, title, claim and interest of said de fendant, James C. Fanning, of, In and to the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise sufficient to sat isfy said Judgment, with Interest and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder. Dated this 15th day of October, 1892. E. D. GIBSON, Sheriff of Los Angeles county. By F. C. Hannon, Deputy Sheriff. J. F. Houx, Attorney for Plaintiff 10-18tu4t THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF THB children who have been admitted Into the Los Angeles Orphan asylum since the last pub lication : Whole orphan—Anna Martin. Half orphans—George and Clara Mathews, Mary Bushard, Helena Saabedra, Honorlnda and Rita de la Oca, Aurora and Lottie Cross, IsolaVasser, Lilly Bryant. Angela and Maria Nebbla, Eunice Bllflrger, Petra and Francisoa Garcia. Vicentia Valdez, Ella Gamblin, Oordon and Alice Booth, Rafaela Robles, Ida l-'chsffer, Sidonla Cameras, Adelalda, Manuela, Sylvesira and Ju.au Al tarn i rand a, Ida and JosepHine ' a rasco, Amelia I!vers, Antonia Saabedra, Amelia Chavez, Yuba Reed, Grace and Silvle Vaade venter, Bertba Morrißon and Mary Beaton October, 1802. SISTER JOSEPHINE. 1018 lot CHAS. BAUEg General Agent for Southern California for ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWING- ASSOCIATION. Keg and Bottled Beer delivered to any part of Southern California. Bottling department, 409 411 North Alameda street. This Celebrated Beer can always be found fresh on draught at The Eintracht saloon. 163 North Spring street, and Tbe Anheuser saloon 243 "outh Spring street. Telephone at the Bottling Works. 467; at Eintracht saloon, 316. All orders promptly at tended to, 7-14 lyr DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. J DE BARTH SHORB, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINER FOB COUNTY TREASURER. JJENRY BT ~BKLT, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEB FOR RECORDER. B. SCARBOROUGH, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR. JJ C. DILLON, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC AND PEOPLE'S PABTY NOMINEE FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. J\R. B. C. OUIBADO, BEGULAB DEMOCBATIC NOMINEE FOR CORONER. J£ L SMWEKE, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR CONSTABLE. P. RICHARDSON, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR CONSTABLE. QROVB S. BARTHOLOMEW, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC AND PEOPLE'S PARTY NOMINEE FOR TOWNSHIP JUSTICE. JAMES HANLBY, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SUPERVISOR FIFTH DISTRICT. jyj T. COLLINS, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEB FOR SUPEBVISOR SECOND DISTRICT. QENERAL JOHN R. MATHEWS, BEGULAB DEMOCBATIC NOMINEE FOR STATE SENATOR, Thirty-seventh Senatorial District |yj P. SNYDER, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR ASSEMBLYMAN, Seventy-fifth Assetrbly District. JpBANK G. FINLAYSON, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEB FOR ASSEMBLYMAN, Seventy-third Assembly District. -jyjARTIN C. MARSH, BEGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SHERIFF. •ryILLIAM B. CULLEN, REGULAR democbatic nominee for county;clerk. qol. c. b. hewitt, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR. Jft 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 Tuesday, November 8,1892. J>OBT. N. BULLA, Republican nominee for ASSEMBLYMAN, 75TH DISTRICT, Election, November 8,1892. BRAY, Regular Republican nominee for / COUNTY BECOBDBB, Election Tuesday, November 8, lo»i«. J- POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. QAPT. A. F. MaCKEY, CANDIDATE FOB MAYOR, Subject to the deeiilon of the Democratic City Convention, -yjyrM. H. WORKMAN, CANDIDATE fob MAYOR, Subject to tbe decision of the Democratic City Convention J N. COCHRAN, CANDIDATE FOB COUNCILMAN NINTH WARD, Subject to tie decision of the Democratic City Con ye ntlon. 10-4 cod JJB. J. H. BRYANT, CANDIDATE FOB MAYOR, Subject to the decision of the Democratic Olty Convention. JOHN L. O'BRYAN, FOR COUNCILMAN (Ninth Ward) Subject to the Decision of the Democratic City Convention. J H. DOCKWEILER. CANDIDATE FOB CITY ENGINEER, Subject to the decision ot the Democratic Olty Convention. QLARENCE A MILLER, CANDIDATE FOB CITY ATTORNEY, Subject to the decision of the Democratic City Convention. D. JOHNSON, (Present Incumbent), CANDIDATE FOR OITY TREASURER, Subject to the decision of the Republican City Convention. 1 • J A. KELLY, CANDIDATE FOB CITY CLERK, Snbject to the decision of the Republican City Convention. JAMES E. FRICK, CANDIDATE FOB SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS Subject to the decision of the Democratl City Convention. -yy M. GARLAND, Auditor Pacific Railway Co. (cable), CANDIDATE FOB CITY AUDITOR, Subject to the decision of the Republican City Convention. JTi B, WILLIS, CANDIDATE FOR OITY ATTORNEY, Snbject to the decision of the Republican City Convention. JJUGH MULHOLLAND, CANDIDATE FOB COUNCILMAN SECOND WARD, Subject to the decision of the Democratic City Convention. JOHN CHANSLOR, (Of Anderson & Chanslor), Candidate for COUNCILMAN-lOUBTH WARD, Subject to the decision of the Democratic City Convention. QEORGE D. PESSELL, CANDIDATE FOB COUNCILMAN SIXTH WARD, Snbject to the decision of the Democratic City Convention. J T. BEARDEN, CANDIDATE FOB COUNCILMAN SIXTH WARD Snbject to the decision of the Democratic City Convention. » JJENRY BARTNING, CANDIDATE FOB COUNCILMAN —SIXTH WARD, Subject to the decision o* the Democratic Olty Convention. QHARLBB MCFARLAND, (Incnmbent.) CA NDIDATE FOR OITY ATTORNEY, Subject to the decision of the Republican City Convention. Yy ILLIAM CRAWFORD, CANDIDATE FOB CITY ATTORNEY, Subject to the decision of the Democratic Oity Convention. QHARLEB W. BEAMANS, CANDIDATE FOB COUNCILMAN (Second Ward), Snbject to- the decision of the Republican City Convention. DEMOCRATIC CITY CONVENTION. Hbadqtjaetkkh Democratic Citt Central i Committee, > Los A nukes. c»l., October 15, 1892. > In accordance with a resol'-'.lon passed by the said committee on the 10th day of October, 1894, a Democratic City Convention Is hereby called to meet at Turnverein bail, in the city oi Los Angeles, on Tueaday.October 26th, 1892, at 10 o clock a. m., 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 olty of Los Angeles on the sth day of December, 1892. The following is the apportionment ot dele gates to the various precincts, the names ot Judges, inspectors and clerks, and places of meeting for ihe Democratic voters of the var ious wards and precincts of said city: „, . , Precincts. Delegate!. Wardl x 6 J 2 8 } 3 5 "1 4 6 Inspector, A. Qundlach. Judge, O. M. Bayden. Clerk, Joseph Mesmer. Polling place: Office J. B. Yoakum, corner Downey avenue and Truman streets. „, , „ Precincts. Delegate*. Ward 2 HO 4 " 9 40 4 2 41 8 '* 2 UlnllllllltlMll 42 ft " 9 48 ft " 2 44 4 " 9 45 6 » 9 48 7 " 9 47 4 Inspector, Thos. McCaffrey, Judge, John Neary. Clerk, Wm. Mead. Polling place: Northeast corner of Bucna Vista and Temple streets. Precincts. Delegates. WardS 82 7 " S 33 5 •' 8 34 4 " 3 35 S " 8 36 5 " 3 37 4 " 3 i 38 5 Inspector. J. H. Crawford. Judge, T. F. Donahue. Clerk. N. C. Bledsoe. Polling place: 506 South Spring street. Precincts. Delegates. Ward 4 28 5 " 4 29 8 '• 4 30 5 « 4 31 6 Inspector, 8. M. Davidson. Jndge, D. Botlller. Clerk, M. L. Parcells. Polling place: Ninth-street engine honse. Precincts. Delegate*, Wards 26 4 " 6 27 6 Inspector, Fred Harkness. Jndge, John Osborn. Clerk, Jos. F. Nuelle. Polling place: At Washington gardens. Precincts. Delegates. Ward 6 28 3 " 6 24 4 " 6 25 8 Inspector, Wm. Fitzgerald. Judge, J L. Van Hvery. Clerk, Ed Smith. Polling place: Northeast corner Main and Washington streets. Precincts. Delegates. Ward 7 17 5 " 7 18 6 " 7 19 4 '• 7 20 6 " 7 21 a " 7 22 6 Inspector, T. J. Cuddy. Judge, John J. O'Brien. Clerk, Robert Rudolph. Polling place: Soutnwest cornerof Fifth and Regent streets.' Precincts. Delegates. Ward 8 8 5 •• 8 0 6 « 8 10 S " 8 11 4 " 8 12 ft " 8 ... 13 4 « 8 14 ft •' 8 15 3 *' 8 16 4 Inspector, R. E. Lee. Judge, W. B. Buehler. Clerk, C. B. Carolan. Polling place: Northeast corner of Turner and Alameda streets. Precincts. Delegates. WardO ft 7 " 9 6 ft "» 7 4 Inspector, Harry L. White. Judge, J. P. Rogers. Clerk, D. W. Hudson. Polling place: Engine house, near cornerof Boyle avenue and East Second street. In accordance with the resolutions of the Democratic City Central committee, the Dem ocratic electors of the various precincts of the city of Los Angeles will assemble at some suit able place, to be designated by a published no tice by Ihe member of the City Central com mittee of tho said precinct, calling said electors together for his said precinct, on Thursday, the 20th day of l ctober 1892, at 7:30 p. m. At said meeting, which shall close at 8:30 p. m., the said member ol the s*id City Central com mitteee shall preside, and some suitable person shall be elected by ssld electors, secretary of said meeting, who shall take down the names and residences of sll persons voting at said caucus primary meeting, and shall certify the tames of the delegates thus elected to the sec re'ary of tbe Democratic City Central commit tee, whos'xall have tickets prepared with the names of said delegates, thus elected, printed on Ihe regu art cket for each ward. It is further ordered, that a primary election be held on Saturdry, October 22,1894, between the hours of 2 p. m. snd 6 p. m . to elect dele gates to the Democratic city convention aa hereinbefore named. 'that the tickets to be used at said primary election shall be printed "Regular Caucus Democratic Ticket,' with the names of the delegates selected by the various precincts. Caucuses held on the 20th day of October, 1892, as hereinbefore stated; that tickets printed otherwite with such beading than showing the caucus delegates for the various precincts, shall be declared irregular and void. The numbers and boundaries of the various precincts of said city, that shall govern tbe Primary election, shall be the numbers and onndaries of said precincts as the same ap peared and existed in December 1890. The qualification to vote at said caucus and Srimary election shall be that the voter is a emocrat: that he will pledge himself to vote the Democratic municipal ticket at the ensuing 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 ber-., 1892, The judges, Inspectors and clerks, are hereby Instructed to return immediately upon said primary election, to the secretary of the said Democratic city central com mittee, the polling list containing the names of the persons voting at the said primary election, together with the ballots used at said election, with a certificate of the number of votes which each delegate received; the said returns to be enclosed in a good and substantial envelope. Done by order of the Democratic city central committee, this, the 15th day of October, 1892. THOS. H. KELLEY, Chairman of the Democratic city central com mittee. J. H. MELVILL, Secretary of the Democratic city central com mittee. 10 16 td republican nominees. " " — Regular Republican nominee for STATE SENATOR, Thirty-seventh Senatorial District, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892 JOHN C. CLINE, Regular Republican nominee for SHERIFF, Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. rpBOWBBIDGE H. WARD, Regular Republican nominee for COUNTT CLERK. Election Tuesday, November 8,1892. JfiRANK E. LOPBZ, (Present City Auditor,) Regular Republican nominee for COUNTY AUDITOR, Election Tuesday, November 8,1893.